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DESERET EVENING AJSWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1911 5
jUR BROWN
fOUND GUILTY
Teller of Commer
Paying
a
former
Convict
I Bank
clal National
ed for Third Time
WAS A WINNER
INVESTMENT
Share With
S1ncL al 5190 a
JWIIjhl allll It
I fOCtIho f tolJrlr
gold for 7SO
n wD formerly wing teller
Ar tornmenui Rma National bank < was
the r Porgery Tuesday bi a
o
J planet guilty T 11 jrwlef court after
Jd +
m during the
I Twice
hour
Are n
oeml car came before the
Jliri
the
e Tr JtruoTlons and the reading
irntrurttnow
nlrue
i our Mr vrdlct could be
V
l > of re s uses who de
< eLmnr
de
judge Iti ra who e
n
i r7l lhoau p Ji larei that the case
aIPult
b
n Brown was chant
npvmati
ln IhfirsmC the name of A M
j I uh trKiIC m flr to three certificates
I 11 charged III
lrr enp pc axe also
iI nl > l n < t II forK d
suslegwas belong
the
° hII the iase was belnc
I r Aur Fred C Xoof
n
n
t i q med that the lhar e
p r t I a iid M dismissed and
i pyrrat M make Its fight ford
car
n 1110 and count
C < II h uttering at forged In
p J nl that
h tn third time
of forgery
ia IT mlctd forgi
m id
tnrgrd instruments Ho
01 t run ioig
u ghee f urging tie name of
u i I litre hoiks amounting
I I u in Tho case went to
P uirt tIe and each time
1e Ir rr 4 1h use Is now pend
I a I t i trM Brnnn Invested the
rr ir tie ureil on the threo checks
Main iiiio5 mininff stock He
I i j ° i a viiii r ir the stock As
3 arrested the stock
tlar UM
an + in reel It anon jumped to J7W
ca
I p ad Irrom sold It Is under
JMOOO the
a arug up about on
I DM itoLIUt 1 SImI
If > o I all Win Hail Ounrrcl With
Partner fctt rnoueli for Salve
lr hiv i yearn std of Murray
A < HI It a < laniace In Judge
I I l noel Tuesday by a Jury
hq p rtnr Ray Holm
nrpnd li m ir HIP fate about a year
t Th right rc ultxl from an ar
t IHM in which HMm wanted to go
hint IIhaw went and opened
iir drug Blnrf where they wore
K <
s IT TNnn the druffirl who
the right wee made a de
n In with Hnlm hi the null for
I M Th suit was dlmnlMcd a alntt
hgrnr
4IRLI OITS NO WAOKS
vn F W S hula a miner re
T i frin hid Blat 10 n In Chicago
n tutual 1W7 he put in a bill of
i i for KW c mrnlnut the Waaatch
I
th VlnnK ompany The companj
used ti Allow the claim and Kohul
itinht mil which teas lidded TUM
av In thelt court Judge Whitnker
fixil hn nilm and rendered judc
sm fnr the rompany While Hchule
ft in the eat the mine was cloiwd
n And ahuli > had been Uncharged
I r the vimpany until tile mine opened
IT win
gimp bY drop the offenilve dls
Ip cauwd by Nasal Calarrh fallii
m the back of the nose Into the
ai ceiling up an Inflammation
nt u likely to mean Chronlo Bron
his The most satisfactory rom
for TaMrrh In Elys Cream Halm
nrd the tIIf that follows even the
firet application ran not be told In
nat
vrriii Pont suffer a day longer
from the dtxnomfort of Naaal Cat
arrh ream naim ta Mid by nJl drug
hte for rl cent or mAiled by Ely
n h
Brothert 5 1 Warren Street New York
J
ROOM BURGLARIZED
E r rviwior and Nick Pulo reld
In C at the NuholM hotel reported to
tiro polK thlc
morning that their room
a entered uwlay night amt ctoti
II tafuol fll 90 mohon The pOlloe
een gown It good dMMlpUon Of the
mainj articlre xnd are at work
on
the caw
tire A private end h safe my be rented In the I
tourrharproof
Mlt Lake vaults of the
Security Trust Co 3U
1I11n tel
no l r year
NEZ PERCE GOES DRY
IP In Xu Penn
f rounly Idaho a
few days aai the
Indiana
he suppo rf to
a lot or poor IlfJI0ranl deluded
rfalur mad alter whisky turned In
and by their
vote1 aunt
Nat
Pare
county Inter then hat
their WIthout
ate tho
county
would have
tome
wet ut 1 Wiston the
tot ii In the Inracest
0111 county llhkh ls enl1l
up or whiles
large went wet by It
maJority
tory IIr the Bill this county vic
dry drYII send I wlitou
ry also sni
ILia
report that
some of iu
white
CUI
the right of KtP cillaewu will contest
th
alodmc In towns the county to 10M the
HINTS ON THE CENSUS
1iuara III QIfftII1
XIII III HUlIl1wr
elon11111 ht lirld In ohlIIIO
Dlreur E D
Durnd
ot the Cenw
bas
a I
leaned the
following
Wachingtvn appyl from
regarding snawenag IIf
yurtlonp
put by enumralurl
during The fnumprlttln ot the POIKllaUon
a
eenlu
of the United
llwsy 8la4
pr ante
chiefly the numerous dllrlculUq
meat thaI apprehlnlon ot slarge ale
Itro lueitlon alIn to the nllnulI
laution legal will eau IneH
IWou lon entanglement or 1ft
Conacyuencee
IIId Property a to tllelr porton
In
st u der1Y which order 10 quIet auch
IOIOVNI would unloea
rmaui IIUIcnl affect the coming
April 15
nerd the
au venu bulWlu
pnpar d tnp iu
oUbJnlned
IIItDt brief ett
to rllv to the decennial
origin purpose Deu
It and uses
hould f Itlllph
lore 10 those olllllt RISIN
lion green the ocernpd thaI Inforna
ilk c 0atla rnumeraors Is held by
u
bureau
In the
ldenee with strktat 011
bl Ih Informante r tel the Identity
LJI r t the hruu ac rJlllrd by the
Iy Ilu and nrnandll
Iw of
the
roltoi Htolos
I h r tot It 10
n V lk opid that
nee in clergy
jih i tc hllll tparh
unl nlhet
I publkepilltd
I
nn in
n f nln1 with
h rL 10 11Th Pll t
IM IOIi
ios win hr h1I1111 per
are hf1IvM
tn
entertattt
nnrl plnl r
inlon
or the
14th pniUM the ioul
raising IhI1 to
I 0 I gig full lOlIp
nunrud rt T
1ahPIS
I lire IH
Inrt d In pih
speak of h
q ho4
hllrrll and
JIt k
iW o
I ttlLII
lai llls about It t
a
m
Fifty Years
the Standard
DrPRICES
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
Made from Grapes i
Makes the food of
superior healthfulness
and finest quality M
I I
MEXICAN BEET SUGAR
COMPANY ORGANIZED
Sr11 Salt TnUo Iu < lnr > i lea HIII
11lt1l1Irs 1trtwcrto Krcct
1ntlorv In llrtMilillc
8 veral Halt I kcm have become In
torented In the Mexican loot sugar
liroposltlon from which they expect to
obtain big results from a nnanclal
point of view A company ha been
organized with omcen in the Utah
Savings TruK company In lhla city
to handle the business of the concern
unions the nluable p scflloni of
which III a concemlon from the Mexi
can Government and from each elate
and territory thereof permitting the
company to erect beet sugar plants In
any portion of the republic they ebonite
The grant has been slRnnd l > y all the
nwnmary olUdalu of both central and
state jnnrrnments and required JSSrtO
In revenue stamps to make tho docu
ments legal Tile grant extends over
K x > rlod of IS years and U In fact per
petual and under Itll conditions all
machinery material steel etc re
quired by the comi ny for the ron
Htruttlon of Its plants will be udmlttml
to the country free of duty The com
panys property And securities are ex
empt from taxation during the life
of the concession except the govern
ment stamp tax
Tho climate and soil of Mexico are
peculiarly adapted to the culture of
huger beets and us there Jn scarcely
any winter It Is said crops may bit
planted every month and the factories
kept running every day In the year If
necessary The bt which are said
to grow without Irrigation yield from
10 to 30 tons per acre and contain a
higher pcrcontnirn of saccharine mat
ter than the roots of either American
or Germany I > ilx > r conditions are oleo
favorable to the cultivation of the
sugar beets as the laborers work day
after day and live contentedly on Mo
per day In sold
The company expects to erect Its first
factory near the City of Mexico and
a numb of sites are now being con
sidered There Is a home market for
two or three factories of 500 tons dally
capacity and the product It In claimed
awry be shipped at a profit owing to
the low coot of production
The officers of the company are an
follows M II Walker president
L C Tlioresen vice pr Nild6nt W Mont
Ferry treasurer Ieter Porter secre
tary Buinner Merrlck general man
ager It Is capitalized for SZOOOGOO M
It Walker W Mont Kerry and Dun
can MacVlchln compose the executive
committee There are a number of
other Ulahns Interested In the com
pany
5
Maggie Tout at the Salt Lake Thea
ter Friday night Dont forget It
o
STORES AGREE TO CLOSE
Nearly Thirty llaMMiniriit I1t i
To Shut Doort Knrlv Siitunlnv
Between K any JO of the leading fur
nlvhlng stores of the city have agreed
10 the rrniutst of the clerks to close at
6 oclock the first live days of the week
and at V oclock Saturday night
Spurred on by the success of this effort
fort now the clerks are going on a
campaign to Induce If possible the
dry goods storm to tall In line To
further the movement the tug system
will bo brought Into play and today
35000 tags are being distributed by a
do en of the salesnompn about the
business street and the man or om
an who escapes them la K rare excep
Ion The tag read I shop before <
oclock Saturday Do your The oth
er side reads Do your shopping be
fore 6 oclock Saturday and help the
women clerks To defray the expense °
a grand ball will hr given by the clerka
of the city at Haltalr on Krlday March
Ii ttvcrylKKlr la Invited
Maggie Tout at the Salt Lake Thc
tel rVlday night Dont forget It
COMEDY MARATHON
Uliutv Sheriff mid UMIIIKI llrform
School Hoy Hun u Inliiuo Itnor
Deputy Sheriff John Coolies and ttd
die Knox lIed 10 years did a near
Mnratliot Tuesday afternoon Knox
escaped from the state Industrial school
and has a year yet to serve Conies
wan after Knox and when they mt
on the street Knox began to run In the
direction uf Murray Cor less took after
him and for a mile they aprinUd down
State streft
nut were pretty well winded by this
tines and a truce was agreed upon
The deputive and the fugitive sat down
o irnl stash 60 yards apart After a
breuthiiiK spn Knox blandly asked
Ir MU ready
surest thing you know replied
nrllss Then they sprinted for anther
other mile Knox maintaining a safe
rail Anothoi rest was agreed upon
and Un there vas annular mile rare
ly thN IltA the uae Knox had set
began to ten on hint but i disc was
icchnZ u K llu taught Knox Riul
t
uggesld tn it tin ra IMI k to town
btu Km > x ii M iiiea ma raid the
< trwtcar would be gwHl enough for
him Th youth was taken back to
Ogden today
I PROSPERING WELLSVILLE
I llllnni Mnrrin Due of the Tutu sue I
Iliilldcr An OnllinMli Itmxirr
More progress was shown and
mnre building and Improvement took
Dlsss In WellFVllle last year than In
any year since J have lived In the
town and I have been there 41 years
now said 1lllam Murray one of
Cache valleys mo t successful dry
farmers Tuesday There mere built
numerous dwellings and other ftruo
lures and noel the people am erecting
a new bank block The spirit of Im
pmnrrn nt has tnVen hold of the citi
zens and they fool the pine justlflmi
twIIIt built up for they Iwllova It Is one
of tw bent towns In the whole valle
The Mwton Is a little benkwnrd of what
It Is hem In Salt Lake valley The
farmers are now nut In their alfalfa
MoMs breaking up for sugar beets We
Pave found the value of rotation of
erotic A flew punted four or five
years to lucerne then broken up and
planted to beets will give us five years
of heavy beet crops Then It will b
turned back to alfalfa again for sev
eral ftvnjwin and then planted to iKwts
airsln Wells lies average beet yield
le t3 tons tn the acre which U a high
average There are many Instanom
whore m small tracts as much as M
anti X tons to Ute acre hitvo boon pro
duced We find ties sugar beet grown
In small trants where tho farmer can
have the help of his children in weeding
Any topping pays best of anything A
12 or 14yaarold child will outstrip
many a man In tit beet field Many of
Its are finding dry farming In CUcb
valley more profitable than the Irrigat
ed farm and the work is so much re
duced We average JO to 2S bushels
winter wheat to the acre and I have
had spring sown wheat yield 30 bushels
on my dry farm This farm Is a mite
and a half southwest of the town and
It la giving me much more satisfactory
returns than an Irrigated form
I
WORKING ALL THE TIME
W JnlitiMiii Kills Time In Washing
ton I > C by ArreMlne Saloon Man
Chief special officer William B
Johnson of Salt Lake head of the
Unlit State commisslcm for the sup
tiremhin of the sale of liquor among
Indians has ben detained nearly two
weeks In Washington on business He
knot happy unless active Ho while
there he recently created pretty much
of u sensation by arresting a sat < ion
Xe pec of the cai ttal for idling liquor
to an Indian The Indian was Simeon
llnlloweil of the Qmahas who went to
Washington to see the Indian commis
sion and Incidentally went out to take
In tho sights of the great city When
the Indian found hlnuratf next day lie
was minus his IIMSO check which he
hads4giied over to Thomas F Sulllvaii
a saloonkeeper to liquidate his little
130 one night tblll and rich I < > was
MO much of a dead sport that when
he turned over the check ho told Sul
livan with a magnificent wave of this
hand to keep the change And Sul
livan did Hut the Indian came to In
time to appeal In the greet white
father and payment was stopped and
fUilllvsn nabbed by Pussyfoot John
son when In the act of attempting t >
ch the check The minimum setain
Is M days In jail and Silo fine the
maximum two years and IMO fine
TRAGIC FATE OF MINER
Numnplew IroiMTlor Falls Into an
Ibtlnct Volcnmi 1111 Inrbldci1
John IUialloii one of the original
ilscovern of JarWdpe tells the tory
nf the traffic death of another name
tea seeker after gold About two
weeks atfo three companions left rump
on a pmsiwctlnK trip out Into the high
mountains not far from the tented city
The now had drifted deep In the ra
vine and many craggy points wrn
built up high with white snow caps
Tne men were warned to be careful
The three miners had been out for
some hours when they came to the
edge of a great extinct orator near the
tops of the mountain A snow comb
had crusted about the edge of the pro
clpltoita sides One of the INn agalual
the strong advice of the other two
cautiously approorlxxl the edge to an
down Into the depths As he did so
the comb of snow gave way and down
he went He disappeared A suddenly
as If the earth had swallowed him up
said Mr Kscsllon He has never been
seen nor heard of sine A man was
lowered Nip feet over the precipice with
the hopes of discovering the body
mueht on some sharp emg Hut rte
w < ui drawn back without having found
trace of the missing miner Vhoii the
now molls In the spring the body will
lirobatoly 1M found and It may bo 1SW
foot below the rim nf the crater down
near drat Fork where It Is now prob
phly coer d under tons nf ice and
now
a
mcit son ron SILK
Delivered heap ar 4th West between
First and Second South
MUCKRAKING
ON PAGIFIGS
Magazine Starts Series of Historical
I
torical Articles on Espee
And Union Pacific
COLOSSAL FORTUNES MADE
sidelight of Tiinclj Inlerel III Hip
Incv of the iouriiinoil Inuge
riillon on Itnllronil Berger
< spo < id to The News
New York March 11ln the light of
tb sorrnmnCi prosecution against
tip merger of tile Union PaclBc und
I in suiiiorn IsolBc railway companies
cur jni l b > Charles Mward Russell
m ill fit thcomlng April humber of I
Ii inpton mainline entitled The
tat Mll iinatro MIII purporting ti
i Id tint real history of the Paoiflo
> b in or rmlntads and the nrat fr
j rum Lust out of them la timely Mr
K I uarrderiaee too building of
11 + r r ntnil IMrtfic now the ftojlli TI
1 in as the greatest ateal Her p er
j tcI UIK n the LBlted States tv
t nni nt
II hargot that the four projector
r IM mail Collls p Ituntlnfton Lc
m d Stanford Mark Hopkins and
1 uil < i rker divided among th
UH In itj < k land giants from the
K < > < rninont govern mom bonds and
iinN whkn the government guarsii
IOM I and donations from tsJIfornU
Mlle the sum of JHrtKWnoo for
whl < h they did not pay one cent Th
total of the government subsidy hin
Huntlngton by clever Inbb Ing at
front fiiicivss Mr Kursell declares was
0000000
410VKD 8IURUA8 TUIRTT MII < B8
Hour tbe figures were Juggled to turn
most of this Immense subsidy Into the
pockets of the four promoters Is ex
plained by Mr Resell as follows The
bill provided that the government
should Issue to the road 1000 0 pr ent
bonds tor every mile In valley or
level land IIIAM In bonds for every
mile In the foothills 1st090 In bond
and for every mile In the mountains
14K0 In bonds Mr Russell allgee
that the company charged the govern
ment at the mountain rate 1000 a
mil on M mile of level or newly
larch ground near Xscmmonto and rat
the foothill rate UOAO a mile for
m nv miles of level building In the
valley east of the glerras
This says Mr lusll Is the
origin of the familiar dying In Cali
fornia that the Central Isrlrto was the
strongest corporation ID the world because
cause It had moved the Sierra Notads
mountains 30 mile It not only mad
these charge but collected for thorn
although Mr Judah the engineer re
fuepd In assent to the transaction
Abating nothing of admiration
says Mr Itull speaking of th < com
plot Ion of the road fr the physical
performance it Is ime now to relket
that It was also a monstrom triumph
of greed fraud and corruption that It
might hav boon had at a fraction of It
t to the public and that It might
vry easily have l open s Messing In
stead of a blight to that rich aonntry
of which It HS ecstatically called the
Gateway
For the pat wa quickly rinsed and
before It appeared the grim figure ff
rollls P Huntington ono hand holding
the key and the other stretched nut
taking toll The physical figure of
Huntington Is no longer there but the
gateway remains rlneed and bfor It
are Ida lUttM > OfII still busily taking
toll
SIX IIINDREn MIUIOXS
How much do you think T
From the day the gale was erected
and closed down to the present year
first Mr Huntington and his associates I
and then their successors have taken
amt dlvMed more than m04Q0M In un
just tolls all from the people of the
lrnlted States who so kindly erected
the gate across their own highway i
In the course nf his article Mr RUM i
sell de orM > s vivfcllv the race for a I
junction between Iht tentnl Parlfl
and the Union Pacific the roads no
attempting to merge
The act of 1M4 he ways had au
thorized the Central Itocinc to build
eastward to a junction with the Union
Pacific wherever that might be At
first the four partners had assumed this
junction would be far to the eastward
allowing thorn good mileage and many
fat bonds hut the swift advance of the
tnlon Pacific began to annoy them and j
by 1M7 lhee were thoroughly alarmed
The Union Pacific was approaching the
mountains If It should thread them
first the Central Pacific would lose the
fattest part of Its contract with the
government also the bt of the joint
haul when thus roads should be united
I
There ensiu > d the maddest chapter in
all railroad history The two made I
entered Into fc race tearing Into the
work before them rrirdlss of any
question of cost working day and night
with relay Bangs
It was the wild romance of railroad
building Winter cam on time terrIble
Sierra winter with Its phenomenal snow
falls but to the worlds amazement the
work never stopped In the dead of
winter rails machinery cart elrn
locomotives In ptees were dragg
hundreds of miles on wagons tnur <
Inc roads heavy and badly made
threatened with Imminent disaster
from the snowslides and the storms
HIGH PRICES PAID
Talk about the present hIP cot of
living listen to this
Food foi men and fodder for the
horses reached fabulous prides Gala
WH sold by the pound at II to ti
rents hay was 100 a ton and ofite
limps Silo for team the anImatorS
paid ill end SI4 a day
In April IN they were alma
within sight of the enemy lines Be
lore them was Njden the goal of the
race In the great valley between tile
Rocky and the Misers Nevada ran era
In the fury of competition both compa
nies far overshot the mark The felon
Padre had Its graders IM miles west
of Ogden the Central Pacific had Its
advance line 49 mike > beyond Its track
layer Only the Iron actually put Into
position counted In the race
On the last day 10 miles were laid
on April III they struck the Union
Pacific line > 1 miles west of Qfden
and May Ib they drove the golden spike
that cemented the two roads The
Union Patlfk had won by U mile
Hutaequently tile Central ladle
bought of the Union PatilC at a Mffk
price the overlapping road s
Mr Russell also gives some Interest
IIIK petvonal studies of the four men
back of the Central Pacific the Big
Four aa they came to be known
Huntlncton the dominating spirit tow
erinc head and shoulder above the
others In ability and force Hopkins
the man of account and business sys
tem Ieland Stanford the politician nf
the roup and ropker the practical
railroad constructor
The artll Is the first of a series
upon tile history of the Southern Pa
cific
Maggie Tout at the Malt lk THea
ter rrlda night Dont forget It
TOQUERV UTAH
Walter H Mack has been appointed
agent for The Deseret News and Ctmtch
puMtcatlon In Toqurv1lle In lIMe of
John Bally resigned Patrons of The
Sew will kindly renew their msbacrip
tums with htm If any are tn need of
hurch work etc orders given to him
will receive prompt attention
r
WAM PAPUIt IIAHOMXS
Ort assortment of patterns t
en conceivable style sad coloring
at He U and 2ie Dee our Im
mense line of domestic and Imported
art papers
OKO W EBERT R CO
41 Main
Goo Plumbing Pays
J W Dudley 410 So 5th B Bell
S012X
GitRlt1IYLHEw3i
Weather Forecast Fair Tonight
and Thursday
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About
Fine
c Shirts
For Spring
When you buy s Shirt you
not only want one that will fit
c
I but you want It to satisfy you
ln pattern
Of course there are people
who are never pleased just the
II thing they have In mind has
I never yt been designed not
that anyone knows of
The Gardner exposition of
1 mart styles and femur pattern
offocts for Spring is so thor
niitlilt oniploto that little could
ter done to improvr II
New Pattern SI to S3 M
t 7r DA1 i r
i 5 On
Hunts Perfect
Free t i I
Baking School
Daily Until further Notice I
Unitarian Hall
138 2ND EAST
Tn addition to using Hunts Pcrfcrt Huklnc Pimilrr and Kilnulfc
wr use llu lcrN lllRli Patent 1lour n home proberand lliiKr it llli
Jnn the duly furl for Gael HaWIni
flaking commences pmmpth at 2 uoloi each day and to net
full benefit of these lectures be on time
Everything Baked is Served to
Those Present
WEDNESDAY BAKING
Angel food rake 1iult Pockitts BUcult
THURSDAY BAKING
White Loaf Cake American Apple Cake Marble Cookies
FRIDAY BAKING
fold Loaf tak Currant Drop rake Biscuit
SATURDAY BAKING
J mn I rrom inke Cheoic Straws Raisin ilufflns
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This week Friday and Saturday J
the Subway
T If T C
Big TieUp bale i
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1000 pairs Mens Shoes fJ
1 E2 95 1
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high and low cut Regular price f i
250 to 350 Jf
See Show Windows j1 f 1 t
Mullett Clothing Co I
Half Block Vest from Main on Second SouthEaster I I II
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Millinery I I
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