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THE SALT LAKE HERALD RALD SATiRDAY SATI RDAY JCLY 2 1904 190
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FOR MORE FRUIT FRUITI FRUITNative FRUITNative
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peaes and apricot shovM soon IIO It be on onthe 0Itthe oathe
the MM nnsiThe The same aaiae is true of native nativegrown nativegrown atIYegrow
grown blackberries All blackberries bJac thus thusfar tll tllfar thusfar
far have have come direct from California CaliforniaUtah CaJitomlLVtalt CaliforNaUtah
Utah new potatoes wftl m be quoted a little littlelowor littleIow littlelower
lower Iow < J by y retailers this wording on nc They Theymay Theymay 1IIe 1IIemaJ
may now be had at 3fe J 3y cent cen per Jft PJIIIIdwhi perwhich pound poundwhich
which whi is only IT a little higher i aber ber than is being beinga Wacuk bdngasked
a uk asked k d itor old spuds spudsDatry spudaDctry pucIaDaIl7
Dctry products and meats eats remain r eashr the thesame Uteasa therace
same asa Yesterday Yesterday was 1 reported a aone qpriet qprietone flUletone
one thromrbout all lines uaeoRetaH ueetaII linesRetch
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NEVADA JiBV ADA MINING MAN DEAD DEADSan DEADSan DBADSao
San Francisco July 1 IThomas Thomas H HCole HCole HCole
Cole a well II known mining man died diedsuddenly diedsuddenly diedsuddenly
suddenly at his residence here late last lastnight 1a8tt lastnight
night t from heart failure Mr Cole came camebare cameh camehart
bare h Ie from New York in the early days daysattracted dJ8ttraeted daysattracted
attracted by the discoveries of gold goldand goldand goldand
and was one of the pioneers into Nevada Ne Nevada Nea4la ¬
vada a4la He was president pre ldent of the Bul Bullion Bullloa Bullion ¬ I
lion Waller and Julia Mining compa companies compan coenpanice ¬
nice n and was largely interested Intere ted in the themining the1JIIaJIIc theinlaias
mining interests of Virginia Vj 1a City CityHEAL CityRBAL CityREAL
HEAL BSTATB TRANSFERS TRANSFERSOlive
Olive B 1L Argall to John S Cox et ailot al allot a1lot ¬
R C 300 300Joseph 3OJJoaepb 300Joseph
lot X 1 block plat
Joseph C Gaboon and wife to to Alfred AlfredJ AIfr AIfreectioft Alfred AlfredJ
J Plume Piu section 13 township towe I p 2 2outa ztIOUtII 3south
south outa range 1 west i iHarrison 110 110Har 31d 31dHarrbop
Har Harrison J 1 Rivers to Abbfe Fsea F Kiv Kivof
sea part of lots and 4 block blo 38 38Anna
= 1 1A 1tRobert
Anna A Baa M I sbJaidsto SbJeI Shields Shieldscon s to tRobert BobertcV It C Aiiw Aiiwncm AIMIer AIMIeron
con on Iot 4 I block i 1 Ehrlcks subfll subfllUUm au1lcllWOft subdiWon
Won 2H 2HJuf 31PJuasho ItII ItIIMcDonald
Juf Juasho C C McDonald McDonald to Alice B 3c 3cDraaM McDeBaId tc tcDeald
DraaM lot 3 block 2 i1 plat B and andother aIMIotber
other proPaVMAItIU property 1 1laiAHKlAGB 1xAE1t1AGE
laiAHKlAGB MAItIU AGB LICENSES LICENSESZtaMT LtaHNSBSJQer LjOEN SBS SBSF
F ZtaMT treer w Cox Livingston3iU Livingston xnt t 27 273toy ZOMay r1ay
May ay Kern Superior 2 Nell NellJ < h 2 2JotaK 24 24John
JotaK J John It Danimore Lehi AIL 22 22I 2 2IxrauaB
I IxrauaB L + oalia uUa Smith Lehi l i XI XICharlesOlson 7 37Chudee > 1 1CINIrte
CharlesOlson CINIrte Otaoa I oa Park City CltTGusta sty styIda 3Z 3ZMa
Ma Gustason Gusta on Park City tT tTc tTThe a 5so aThe
so soThe c
The Leopard LeopardW Leep LeopardWould rd rdW
Would W M b tpe to hard lock lids kind ki ofweatber of ofweather orwtIter
weather b but rt it ia easy for you to tocbanse tocbaDP tochange
change your spots if they happen to tobe toon tobe
be on your fcortcrj A Beent sale at atBROWN atoat
oat 0 store storeBROWN
BROWN 0BROWN TERRY Jfc WOODRUFF CO COIff COtel CO1N
tel Main street streetFOURTH streetCD streetFOURTH
CD CDFOURTH
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION EXCURSIONHalf
Half rates to all points on SALT SALTLAKE SALTLAKE SALTLAKE
LAKE ROUTE ROUTETickets ROrETldlettl ROUTETickets
Tickets on sale ale July Jul 2 3 and 4 limit limitfor limit10r limitfor
for return July 5 6Genuine 5Genuine 5Genuine
Genuine GenuineCarters GenuineCarters GenuineCarters
Carters Carters Little Liver Pills PillsMust PillsMust PillsM
Must M ist Bear Signature of ofSBS ofsBS ofyjO
SBS FAOfflMILE yjO ffiXlLE WRAPPER wwr > BBLOW SSLOWTerr BBLOWTrrrr BBLowTer
Terr Ter small an ana and as easy easyto CUTto easyto
to take as sugar sugariTTL
It sagaFOR FOR HEADACHE HEAOACHEFOR HEADACHEFOR
CARTERS FOR DIZZIKESS DIZZIKESSFOR DUZINESSITTLE DlIIliifSSFOR
ITTLE iTTL FOR BlUOUSHESS BlUOUSHESSFOR
FOR TORPID LIVERPI LIVER LIVERFOB LIVERPILI
I V E R
PILI PI LiS S FOR COHTIPATlDIt COHTIPATlDItFOR
FOB IE SALLOW SKIM SKIMFOR SlUMFO RFOft
FOR FO THE THECOMPLEXIDR THECOMPLEXIDRI COMPLEXION COMPLEXIONGgcUZYS
GgcUZYS unur YST YSTJ wa war
J I Pme T e
r
HAVE SERVED THEIR TIMETwelve TIME TIMETwelve TIMETwelve
Twelve Prisoners Prlson to be e Released R leased This TEisSTonth T1 This7donthth iS iSMonth
Month by Warden Pratt PrattTwelve 17attTwelv PrattTwelve
Twelve prisoners are to be discharged dischargedfrom dlsebar dlsebarfrom dischargedfrom
from the Utah state penitentiary this thismonth Unsmonth Uismonth
month A Mat of the men me giving the thetime thetime thetime
time of a their Incarceration and crime crrmefor crimefor e efor
for which they were committed comIt wits wrisyesterday witsyesterday ds dsyetltelda
yesterday furnished Sheriff C Frank FrankEmery FrankEmery FrankEmery
Emery fey Warden Pratt Since he has hasbeen hRabeen hasbeen
been at the head of that Institution InstitutionWarden JD tftJtan tftJtanWarden m mWarden
Warden Pratt has made madeft it a practice practiceto
to notify the tbesherlfg sheriffs of ti ttts tr state eachmouth each eachmonth achBlonth
month who was to be released re daring daringthe daringthe tfUin tfUinthe
the succeeding eedlbg month The foilowcg foilowcgis oIloyil1Is
is the list yesterday fcreisheJ SheriffEmery Sheriff SheriffEmery ui uiEmery < <
Emery EmeryL
L A Jensen No 1RS sentenced jleatecEdtrom seate sentencedfrom + ced cedfrom
from Third judicial district oct coivtcrime coc octcrime t tcrime
crime comnritted felony committed committedJan nmmjaedan
Jan an 39 MW term of f senticr tl six aoLCmont sixmonths x xmonths
months mont term expires esplr July 2 2George 2e 2George
George e Powers 153 Second dish dltllet dltlletfelOn letfelony tot totfelony
felony felOn J Juts ty 231909 D I far six years JS term termexpires termt termexpires
t e expires J Ires July JulyM JubliIherty my 2 2M
M Flaherty ty 1535 1 Second dfertYft dt8tctgnmd dst dfertYftgrand et etgrand
grand larceny Sept 135 J for or one oneyear oneyear ano anoyear
year term r expires July JulyWUIIant JlyWUllAm July JulyWilliam
William Rowland L5W 1 L i3 3J Seeo Second id d dtrict dtriet s strict
trict forgery for ery Sept 1 WB fur N Nyear ine ineyear 0110 0110Year
year term expires Jtrty S SI SEbner 3Ebner
I Ebner Evans 1341 1 1 Second districtforgery district districtforgery dJ tn t tforaer
forgery Sept 5 IStJ for one vent ventterm yearterm att atttenn
term expires July 5 5i 5O 5George
i George O e Lafferty 1544 Second die dieyear dhMet district
Met forgery sept 1 11 1113 for one oneyear JI1eyeu
year term expires Expl Juy J y yAlbert 1 tAlbert 1Albert
Albert ZweifeT 1912 1tl Fourth ou th dfetiiot distrltthousebreaking dfetiiothouaebreaking diet la lahousebreaking
housebreaking Feb 12 I 1981 i for six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months term expires expl July J ly 13 13E 11E 13E
E C Draper 1351 Seventh district districtattempted d1atrktattempted districtattempted
attempted felony Sept 13 IfOl for forfonr fotfour forfour
four years term expires July 14 14James HJames 14James
James Goss 1550 Fourth districtburglary district districtburglary dlstrJetburglary
burglary July 1 ISfJ for fifteen fifteenmonths fifteenmonths fifteenmonths
months term expires July 17 17William 17William 17William
William Evans 154 154S Third district districtfelony dletrlctfelony districtfelony
felony Sept 22 1913 for one year yearterm yearterm ear earterm
term expires July TubF 35 5F 35F
F J Wilson Wll on 147 Second districtburglary district districtburglary dlslrktbu
burglary bu Juy Aug A 2S S llO 1 3 for two years yearsterm ye yeterm yearsterm
term expires July 28 28S 21S 28S
S Manwarren L506 Second districtforgery district dlstrlc4forgeJ districtforgery
forgery May ay 13 188 for eighteen eighteenmonths eighteenmontu eighteenmonths
months term expires July Julyr JulyLOSES 2i 2iLOSES 21LOSES
r
LOSES VEHICLE AND PLANTS PLANTSMrs
Mrs C Steiner Thinks L P HolcombHas Holcomb HolcombHas HolcombHas
Has Taken Both BothMrs BothMrs BothMrs
Mrs C Steiner florist 85 East Third ThirdSouth ThirdSouth ThirdSouth
South street yesterday e terday invoked the as ¬
sistance of County Attorney J J Whit Whitaker WbUaker Whitaker
aker and Sheriff C Frank Emery to locate lo locate 10cate ¬
cate L P Holcomb whom she accuses accusesof
of stealing a horse and wagon a cart cartload ¬ i iload I Iload
load of potted P9tt flowers and a second lot lotof lotof lotof
of flowers owers shipped to him at Eurekaby Eureka Eurekaby Eurekaby
by express Detectives have been beenplaced beenplaced beenpdaoed
placed on the case caseAccording caseAccocdlng caseAccording
According to the story related to the theofficials theofllcials theofficials
officials yesterday by Mrs Steiner she sheis sheIs sheis
is a 8 widow with a mortgage upon her herplace berplace herplace
place About a month ago she employed employedHoloemb employedHoloomb employedHolcomb
Holoemb His services were secured to tosell tosell tosell
sell a sufficient number of flowers to topay topay topay
pay the interest on the mortgage Mrs MrsSteiner MrsStetner MrsSteiner
Steiner owned a horse and wagon and andconceived andconceived andconceived
conceived the idea that it would be a aprofitable aprofitable aprofitable
profitable stroke in business for Hol Holcomb Holcomb Hotcomb ¬
comb to peddle potted plants through throughout ¬
out the county and neighboring towns townsAbout townsbout townsAbout
About bout four weeks ago a o Mrs Steiner Steinerloaded Steinerloaded
loaded the wagon w on with potted plants plantsfrom plantsfrom plantsfrom I I
from her greenhouse e and started Holcomb Hol Holcomb Holcomb ¬
comb on his way Nothing was heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfrom
from him for about two weeks when a aletter aJetter aletter
letter was received from him at Eure Eureka Eureka Eureka ¬
ka He said business had been goodthat good goodthat goodtbt
that he had made lots of money and andasked andasked andasked
asked for more flowers flowersHaving flowerHavlng flowersHaving
Having implicit faith in Holcomb HolcombMrs HolcombMrs 1
Mrs Steiner says she sent him about aboutW aboutworth
W worth of flowers by express A lit little little littie ¬
tle more than two weeks have passed passedsince passedsince passedsince
since then Not having heard from fromHolcomb fromHolcomb fromHolcomb
Holcomb Mrs Steiner grew suspicious suspiciousand
and yesterday stated her case to Coun County County County ¬
ty Attorney Whitaker and Sheriff Em Einery Emery Emery
ery eryEureka
Eureka officers were at once notified notifiedto no fted ftedto
to look for Holcomb HolcombNEWMAN Holcombe HolcombNEVMAN HolcombNEWMAN
e
NEWMAN PLEADS GUILTYJudge GUILTY GUILTYJudge GUILTYJudge
Judge Horse Gives Him Nine MonthsFor Months Months3Tor I IFor
For Housebreaking HousebreakingOtto
Otto Newman was yesterday sen sentenced sentenced sentenced ¬
tenced to nine months in the Utah state stateI statepenltentJry statepenitentiary
I penitentiary by Judge Morse in n the thecriminal thecriminal thecriminal
criminal division of the district court courton courton courton
on the charge of housebreaking hou ebreaklng and andburglary andbu andburglary
burglary bu When arraigned Newman Newmanwithdrew Newmanwithdrew Newmanwithdrew
withdrew his former plea of not notguilty notguilty notguilty
guilty and said he was guilty of the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime crimeThree crimeTbree crimeThree
Three months m tJJs were given William Ulam
Riley who pleaded guilty of petit lar larceny larceny tarcony ¬
ceny He will spend the next ninety ninetyaays ninetycla7fi
days in the county jail Aquilia W
Teager Y r was arraigned on the charge of ofassault ora ofassault
assault a sauJt with intent to commit robbery robberyand robberyand robberyand
and was given until Tuesday July 5 to toenter toenter toenter
enter his pleaFINANCES plea pleaFINANCES
o CD 0 0FINANCES
FINANCES OF STATE
Treasurer J F D Dixon Reports yS127 S127 = 127
13942 in the Treasury
Thereare There are W27M942 12114 in the state treas treasury treasury treasure ¬
ury according to the June report of State SUtteofW7
Treasurer J D Dixon to State Auditor
Charles S TIIS Tin ey Y The balaJ1C6 on hand bandY
Xay Y 31 was 215I96J8 I96K The receipts revel is dur
ing June Were af194 making a total totalof totalof
ofW7 of 311761143 W4i The June disbursements ag f
SS vegated srze7VJI 7 7 leaving the balancf balance of
ii27U142 tll IlUI4 C on hand July l L The disbulsements disburse disbursements ¬
ments last month were we as follows followsGeneral foIlowGeneral followsGeneral
General fund account tlOs7l4S SM57W 75
State district school fund 67T k 6I 6IPublic
Public buildings lands 1a d principal 1436 eo 0
Institution for tb the blind 1 nnc lands lan Jnprlndpal te teprincipal
principal UeeOW l1ft u1O0 ee eeR 99Reservoir
Reservoir R nojr lands principal 3519 253 a Ii W 00
Deaf and dumb asylum later laterprlnGpal lands landsprincipal l ods I I Iprtnqipal
principal 4 4611 4611School M 9 9School I
School of mines Jll lJI lands Ian principal 4Mb 04 04State 69
State school acboollandll lands principal SM 50 5 M
State normal school lands 1aR landsciao s prhi prhicipal trIRripaI
ciao GII GIIA < HX > W ie1Sricultural WAgrfcultural
Agrfcultural A tural college co feutde prim principal 1MInc1pa1 ¬
cipal 1 59011ertu SJMM SJMMReforM sM sMRefOlWl
ReforM ertu school Mats principal pr paLIIiiS MiH It to toRedenptioti toR 0ORedeasptlos
Redenptioti R fund 1II tavosted M ta taschoai IIIacIIoeI In Inschool
school bonds if1113I1 if1113I1Total I 90 m mTotal IITotal
Total RA4 i 4The 4 4The < < 1t 1tThe
The balances m the v various ri rletls s funds July
1 are as follows fonowsState rono ronoState followsState
State 4 district 8trlet scho school I fw f1IIMI 4 e00 5 OS7 i08 i08General W WGeneral nGeneral
General fund i5 i5Trust 1S 15c 15cT 8 43 43Trust
Trust T fund t m l 41 41Suspwi 4tSuspense IIspene
Suspense e account unt Stl StlSheep 8lSheep of ofSheep
Sheep iiuwecttoB twaA 3 3W 321617 321617Redemption W 17 17Redemption 17Redemption
Redemption fund 11168 M 1CI 65 31 31State 31State
State school BCbo > oIlaD lands S6 S6rniverstty d 06 e4 941niveruty e4rnivenlty I
rniverstty lands fund f 43tt 4 43NAgricultural 7X 7XAgricultural 71Itural
Agricultural Itural college 7K 4J 43Public U Ui I IPublic
i Public buildings 79dT 7 7t 7 7Reservoir
t Reservoir i4 1411 1411InSane B 34 34lns 4 4Insane
Insane lns ne asylum tUIlu aaylanpSchool l 67 it II IIScbool 1 1School
School of off MUMS ninea r rI 7e 7eheat
I T heat > af f and dumb I IReform 17 17Ref l7Reform
Reform Ref school fIC ooI TK 9 9Normal Silo ifNormal
Normal lo school flS 1RInstitution ft ftInrtitotian fitInlltltutba
Institution for the Mind 17W 1 1Kine M MMiners 31alines
Miners Kine hospital hospitalTotal JaoepitalTotal 111171 111171r 111171Total
Total r 12Tl 1i tal1 it itA K KA 8 8A
A memorandum to the report says the theSMi033a theM8S3R the3e28i1
SMi033a M8S3R of district school bonds draw drawing drawing ¬
ing S per cent Interest are en 9 hand be being beIDs betug ¬
IDs an investment of the redemption redemptionfund r redemptionfund emptton
fund fundFOURTH fundFOURTH fundFOURTH
I
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION EXCURSIONHalf
Half rates to all points poln on SALT SALTLAKE SALTLAXE SALTLAZE
LAKE ROUTE ROUTETickets ROUTE1Ieket8 ROUTETickets
Tickets on sale July 2 S tat1 IJjl 4 limit limitfor limitfor limitfor
for return July 5 6HALF 5HALF 5HALF
HALF RATE EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia S SVia
Via D E 1L G July 2 3 and 4 4The 4The
The Denver Rio Grande offers a arate arate arate I
rate of one fare for th the round trip be between between between ¬
tween any two stations on the line in inUtah InUtalt InUtah
Utah on above dates final limit July 5 SSee 5See 5See
See agent for particulars particularsEXCURSION particularsEXCURSION particularsEXCURSION
EXCURSION RATES RATESVia
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St Louis and return yZip yZipChicago 4210 4210Chicago 4i 4iChicago
Chicago and return a t 4750Chicago 4750 4750Chicago 415Chi
Chicago Chi o and return via St Louis 5000 5000St 5000St OoaSt
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Transit limit llm t tin days In Ine each h dir direc direction c ctfon ctfon ¬
tfon final limit sixty days pa Ticketsifon Ticketsifonsale Tickc I ke ion fonsate ionsate
sate Tuesdays and am Fridays Fridas J each ach week weeki weekTicket9 wcekITickets
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BOUND BOUND TO TOKILL KILL HER HERChicago HERChicago j i iChicago
Chicago Man Shoots s oots His Landlady I Ito J 1 1to
to DeathChicago Death DeathChicago
Chicago July 1 1After After Killing his hisformer hi hiformer hisformer
former landlady Mrs Annie Wada Waclawisk WactKwl8k Wadawiek
wisk Stephen Waeclavik has been beenpursued beenpursuecl beenpursued IE
pursued for blocks by fc fare fureiraea > reisne and anarescued andrescued andrescued
rescued after being badly bruised a athe uthe athe
the conflictThe conflict conflictThe eon4ictThe
The man lived at Mrs Waclawisits Waclawisitsuntil WaclawisX s suntil
until a few weeks ago when the woman womanforced womanforced womanforced
forced him 1ri m to leave because becau of intern lntemperanee I Iperance J i
perance He knocked at the door Iwt Iwtnight lc t tnight t tI
I night and when the woman opened openedhe it ithe I
he rushed into the vestibule libule and drew drewate drewhis drewhis
his revolver re r and fired twice Both Bothbullets Boasbvliets Bot Botk t
bullets struck k the woman in the right rightarm rightarm rightarm
arm She ran to the kitchen sloutingfor shouting slouUJato j jfor
for to l help A boarder board saw WaclavOc WaclavOcshoot Waelavlzsboot ac1a ac1aaga1i1
shoot again The bullet struck l1l < k Mrs MrsWadawisk MrsWaclawisk lrtL lrtLvaclaWisk
Wadawisk Just below the ri r tht thtshoulder ht htshoulder
shoulder MoulderThe shoulderThe shoulderThe I
The woman leaped against a screen screenof 8Tpeftor screenof
of an open window it gave wav and andshe andshe
she be fell eight feet to the ground round dyl dylg dylg2bortJy dy g gshortly oshortly
shortly afterward afterwardThe aftftWrdTtae afterwardThe I
The assailant as a aJrt rushed m hed oat of the frost frortdoor fror frostdoor t td
door d or still holding the revolver A Ascore Aseore Ascore
score of men saw him and pursued pursuedTheir pursuedI pursuedTheir
Their number was increased ur utrhundreds unl unlhundreds urhundreds
hundreds mostly mot > Uy foreigners oCeI had Joined Joinedthe joinedthe joinedthe
I the chase They had la purrountfed rrrounietlWaclavik purrountfedWaclavik Urroun ro roVKelavik
Waclavik when the police came cameMrs cameMrs cameMrs
Mrs Walawisk was 27 r years old anc ancleft anCleft antleft
left a husband and two children one qnean oneait IK IKall
all infant infantGASOLINE InfantGASOLINE
eGl eGlGASOLINE
GASOLINE LAUNCH EXPLODED EXPLODEDTwo
Two Prominent Society Men Badly BadlyHurt BadlyHurt BadlyHurt
Hurt HurtMinneapolis HurtlinneapoUs HurtMinneapolis
Minneapolis July Julyi i L ITwo 1Two Two Minneap Minneapolis MlnneopoUs Minneapolis ¬
olis men received probably fatal in injuries Injuries injuries ¬
juries and five other persons pel1O S were serlously se seriously serJously ¬
riously injured in an explosion of a agasoline agasoline agasoline
gasoline launch The Eleanor at Ton Tonjured t tka
II IIka
ka baY Lake lIinnetonka The in injured I IJured
jured juredGeorge juredGeorge JuredGeorge
George Christian probably fatally fatallyGeorge fataJl fataJlGeorge fatallyGeorge
George Upton probably prob ly fatally fatallyHarry fatallyHarry fatallyHarry
Harry Merriman burned 1HJ Id badly badlyMrs badlyMrs adIy adIyIrs
Mrs Irs W P Devereau leg broken and andburned Andburned andburned
burned burnedMrs burnedXnI burnedMrs
Mrs Harry Merriman badly dly burned burnedHarry burnedHarry burnedHarry
Harry Merriman Jr slightly burned burnedPrudence BurnedPrudence burnedPrudence
Prudence Merriman slightly burned burnedMr burnedMr I
Mr Christian was entertaining a aparty aparty aparty
party of six grown persons and two twochildren tocl i ichildren
children cl ktren and his boat was headed for forthe forthe I
the bay when the explosion occurred occurredIt
It was caused by a leak in the gaso gasoline gasoline gasoline ¬
line tank tan and the boat was wrecked wreckedIt
It is due only to the fact that a num number numbel numher ¬ I
her and rowboats were in
the bay that the party escaped deathHUBu death deathHTJBx
HTJBx IN A COLLISION COLLISIONBattle COLLISIONBattle COLLISIONBattle
Battle Creek Mich July 1 IIn In a aresreud aresreud arearend
resreud collision between a local and anda
a limited train on the Jackson BattleCreek Battle BattleCreek BattleCreek
Creek Traction railway today three threemen threemen threemen
men were seriously injured injur d and a score scoreof scoreof scoreof
of persons were badly shaken up and andbruised andbruised andbruised
bruised bruisedA
A I L Spitzer of Toledo vice president presidentof
of the road suffered both legs broken brokenand brokenand brokenand
and injured internally internallyMotorman internallyMotorman internallyMotorman
Motorman G I Kelly both legs 1eg bro broken broken broken ¬
ken injured internally internallyE
E E Wilson a clerk at the Battle BattleCreek BattleCreek BattleCreek
Creek sonitarlum leg le broken brokenAmong brok brokAmong brokenAmong
Among the score of paseengers who whothough whothough whothough
though slightly injured were able to toresume toresume toresume
resume their journey were Alex A ABray ABray
Bray of Highland Cal and Wert Mc McLane McLane rc rcLane
Lane of Stockton Cal CalItTJBDEB CnlIIiP CalMURDER
IIiP IIiPMURDER
MURDER AND SUICIDE SUICIDENew SUICIDENew SUICIDENew
New York July 1 1Aficr Aficr a se sNtAr sNtArtion serration ar artion
tion of a year rer and a half Lester Mayformerly May Mayformerly 1a 1aformerly
formerly connected with a bo BioaWyn BioaWynnewspaper bloJh1nnewspaper Klyn Klynnewspaper
newspaper has killed his wife and an I com committed committed om ¬
mitted suicide at Ocean Grove 1 v J JMrs JMrs
Mrs May had been living with S er ermother ermother r rmother
mother and was walking toward towa d her herhome herhome herhome
home with her 4yearold cnild wrhcu wrhcughe wh whrushe t1 t1e
she e encountered her husband husbandWords husb husbdWords 1d 1dVords
Words were exchanged Muy lY tjuii tjuiidenly uuidenly uc ucdenl
denly denl drew a a pistol and fired the bullet bulletpiercing tlIetpierclng tclletpiercing
piercing his wifes head He thn thnturned tltfflturned thznturned
turned the weapon on himself pinning plucinsthe pinningthe plllclntt
the tt e barrel in his opened mouth Both Bothdied Bothdied Lothdied
died instantly Mays parents who Be Beside c cside eside ¬
side in Brooklyn receatly disowned disownedtheir di disownedtheir wned wnedtheir
their son on account of his irregular irregularhabits ilTesulahabits irregularhabits
habits habitsCHANDLER habitsCIIANDLER habitsCHANDLER
CHANDLER WAS ACQUITTED ACQUITTEDCentral ACQUL1JJa1Central ACQUITTEDCentral
Central City Colo July 1 13 J JChandler 1 1Chandler T TChandler
Chandler former flnanicial sec eta ta taot tart tartof ry ryof
of the Idaho Springs Miners 1ners union a abranch clbranch abranch
branch of the Western Federation 11 of ofMiners oft oflltners
Miners was today acQUitted by a j Jury JlOoof Juryof Jry Jryof
t of the charge of arson art al it ialicoiis ialicoiismischief 1ahc aic1Smischief ° nls nlsmischief
mischief in connection with the UI l yna ynamfting ylarnftiog yaarmating
mating of the transformer house hou at the theSun theI theSun
Sun and Moon IO < in mine in July 193 His Histrial Hibtrial HIstrial
I trial began on June 22 2 Five other othermen othermen othermen
men are awaiting trial on th the < same saraecharge samecharge clrnecIoRI1e
charge At a previous trial on a acharge acharge acharge
charge of conspiracy in connection connectionwith tOnnectionwith connectionwith
with the Sun and Moon explosion explosionChandler explosionChandler explosionChandler
Chandler and a a number of other mem members members mewhers
bers of the Idaho Springs union were wereacquitted w wereacquitted re reacquitted
acquitted acquittedCOAL acquittedCOAL
II SIP SIPCOAL
COAL MINE BOSS ASSAULTED ASSAULTEDTrinidad ASSAULTEDTrinidad ASSAULTEDTrinidad
Trinidad Colo July L LT T i iMitchell C CMitchell
Mitchell superintendent of the Fran Francisco Francisco Frandeco ¬
cisco and La Belle coal mines owned owne ownebv ownerby
Rocky Mountain Fuel corm > any
at Jerryville three and onehalf miles mieswest mileswest >
west of Trinidad was beaten b < teft over thehead the thehead theohead
head and cut with a knife by two t < o men menat merat ter terat
at Jerryville His unconscious form was wasplaced W3Splaced wasplaced
placed on the electric el tric railroad and he hewould hewould hewould
would ln have j aYe been killed by the incom incoming iuming intomies ¬
ing car r had he not regained conscious consciousness consciousness ¬
ness and crawled from the track before be before bffore ¬
fore the car arrived He says he would wouldbe woultlbe wouldbe
be able to recognize his assailant assaHantshould 88S8Hantshould assailantshould
should they be captured capturedTBXBD capturedGill capturedTRIED
Gill GillTRIED
TRIED TO WRECK THE JLH K ORGAN ORGANSt
St Louis Mo July 1 IIt It is learned learnedthat learnedthat 1 1that
that an attempt has been made to towreck towreck towreck
wreck the big organ the largest In the theworld theworld theworld
world In Festival hall at the Worlds Worldsfair Worldsfair Vorldsfair
fair by edtlin editing the secondary bellows bellowsThis bellowsThis bellowsThis
This will ojn not affect the working of the theorgan theorgll theorgan
organ which can be operated with the theprimary theprimary theprimary
primary bellows bellowsAs bellowsAs
As a result of this attempt of van vandalism vandalism vandalism ¬
dalism the company that is buildingthe building buildingthe buildn buildntile
the organ which is only partially fin finished finjsftecl finfished
fished will hereafter exclude from the thestage thestage thestage
stage all except those tho e employed in the theconstruction theconstrtction theconstriction
construction of the instrument instrumentMEN instrumentMEN instrumentMEN
MEN PAID FOR GUARDS GUARDSOuray GUAltDSOuray GUARDSOuray
Ouray Colo July 1 1Most Most Iost of the themen ° 20 20men J0 J0men
men thrown out of work by the shut shutdown shutdoVou shutdown ¬
down on the he Smuggler Union mines at atTelluride atTelluride atTelluride
Telluride departed from San Juan Juancounty Juancounty
county today One of the departing departingmen I
men claimed that the nonunion men menwere menere menwere
were ere assessed a dollar a montn by b tJ tbmine the themine
managers for the maintenance of ofthe oftte ofthe
the guards ard8 who were ere protecting prot tinJ iher themand iherand iherand
and that a vigorous protest had bee beemade beemade beemade
made against the assessment assessmentLOW assessmentLOW
1111 1111lOW > >
LOW RATE EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via D K G July 2 23 3 and 4 4One 4One 4One
One fare for the round trip between betweenany betwecnany betweenany
any two stations on the line in Utah UtahFinal UthFtnal UtahFinal
Final limit July 5 See agent for par particulars partleu1ars particulars ¬
ticulars
CIS CISExquistte
Exquisite Hosiery HosieryIn
In light n ht weight w ht effects of exclusive exctu lve de designs designs designs ¬
signs is found In endless variety at our ourstore ourstore ourstore
store And by the way we have a aSScent a31cent I
SScent sale on you might m lIt like to know knowabout knowabout I
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BROWN TERRY = WOODRUFF CO I
166 16 Main Iain street streetWORLDS a
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Via Denver Rio Grande GrandeTo GrandeTo
To St Louis and return return34 4250 4250T i50Ter 50 50Tft
T Tft Chlaso Chi and return 4750 4750To 4750To I ITo
To St Louis and return via Chi Cliicage Chicago Chicago ¬
cago or vice versa 5000 5000Selling 5000Selling SOooSelling
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each week Stopovers allowed Finallimit Final Finallimit FInallimit
limit sixty days from date of sale Pull Pullman PuUman Pullman ¬
man and tourist sleepers through to St StLouis StI StLouis
Louis without change Choice of ofroutes ofroutes I Iroutes
routes See any D R G agent agentThe agentIII agentThe
I III IIIThe
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the year You can decide it easily aft aftejr nfter aftseelns
er erti seeing Ing the Panamas we have > In Instock instock
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as we know youll find the values much big bigger bigger
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as a these indicate the importance of your yourpresencetheyre yourpresencetheyre
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skirt to match silk covered but buttons buttoner buttons ¬
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FOR THE WINDUP IN OUR OURSILK OURHundreds
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Hundreds of yards of this season seasonstyles aeasonstyles seasonstyles
styles and anJcolors colors in dark and andlight andlight andlight
light grounSs nobby designs suit suitable suitable suitable ¬
able for entire gowns WD8 waist wnl t andseparate and andseparate J1d J1dseparate
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gilt braid very elegant and styl stylish st stIsb stylIrh ¬
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44inches wide in all the late tateshade springMhades spring springshades
shades including Includi g cream and btack bladvalue btackvalue blaekvalue
value L2 125 only a yard yardSSe yard88e yardi yardFOR
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fiLOV D rARTMfNT rARTMfNTLadies
Ladies 24inch full elbow lengths lengthspure lengthspure lengthspure
pure silk gloves In black or white whiteall whiteII whiteall
all II sizes never retailed for less lessthea lessthan ess essthaa
than L51 1 15 a pair sale price priceFOR price75c priceFOR
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this slaughter peryard peryardFOR peryard20c peryard20c
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San Francisco Chicago st 825 a II
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For Ogden Portland Butte Sa SaFrancisco San SanFrafhisco SanFranfsco
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For Ogden Cache Valley Den DenFor Denver Denver
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Traffic Manager ManagerD
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phone 250
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For Provo Lehl Fairfield FalrfleldMercur FairfieldMercur
Mercur Valley Nephi and Sanpeta 72ft 138 Z3 Z3ror l08 l08or a a m m
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Stockton Mammoth Eurs cflfl 801 2 0 0For am Q m
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= and GarScld cf Beach BeachDaly y1 tm tmDaQy
DaQy DaQyDally DanyDily DalyDaily
Dally Pullman Buffet Buff t Sleeping Car CarService CrService CarService
Service between Salt Lake City and Mil M1ford Milford WIford
ford Modena and Caltentss CaltentssDirect CatIa1nfUDirect CaltentesDirect
Direct stage connection onnec on for all mining mlnlasdistricts tnlnIDCdistricts miningdistricts
districts In southern Utah and Nevada NevadaCity Neva4City NevadaCity
City Ticket Office 291 Main Sweet SwoetTelephone 5UOetTelephone SweetTelephone
Telephone 260 260E 250E 260E
E W GILLETT Gen Pass Agent AgentJ
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CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEInEffect TABLEInEirect TABLEInEffect
InEffect June 8th 1904 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE 1904DAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITiTNo CITYNo CITYNo
No 6 for Denver and East SH > AJL AJLNo AMNo2 M MNo
No No2 2 for Denver and East 3u 3 3as rj rjNo tc rNo tcNo
No 4 for Denver and East 805 S P11No P11 PJLNo PiLNo
No 11 for Ogden and local 10 < a1 point nt 6 5If > > PM PMNo PMNo
No 10 for Bingham Heber Provo Pro Provo ¬
vo and Maryavale 809 AM AMNo AMNo8 AMNo
No No8 8 for Provo and Eureka Eureka o9 i te PM PMNo PMNo PMl
l No 3 for Ogden and West Westll5 36 AMNo AM AMNo AMNo
No 1 for Ogden and West 145 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 5 for Ojdcn O Ogden en and West M50 AM AMNo AMNo
No 102 for l Park = ark City 815 AM AMART AMt AMABEIVE
t ARRIVE ART T V H SALT SALLABS LAXE TtATTP CITY CITYNo 0lIYNo1 J1TXNo
No No1 12 from Ogden and local localpoints locapoilits localpoints
points 1025 AMNo AM AMNo AMNo5
No No5 5 from Denver and East 1840 AM AMNo AMNo AMNo1
No No1 1 from Denver and East 146 PM PMNo PMNo3 PMNo
No No3 3 from Denver and East EastU 1145 P34 P5LNo P34No PMNo
No 9 from Bingham Jleber JleberProvo leber ieberProvo leberProvo
Provo and Marysvaie 600 PM PMNo PMNo
No No6 6 from Ogden and West 840 AMNo A AM M MNo
No No2 2 froa Ogden and West 3 3ii 6 PM PMNo PKNo PMNo
No 4 from O Ogsn r sn n and West 755 PM PMNo P1LNo PMI
No 7 from Eureka Eu ka and Provo1800 AMI AM AMNo AMNo
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