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pE THE SALT LAKE TIMES. TT ' 12 PAGES SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SAT UK DAY, JUNE 28, 1800. iTtAG-KS-NO. 2?.). MARRIED FOR ""IT IK MONEV. , Kuiurror Willifi T - a KII.I lu- - trstisatioii by v I- ..tierlaiu. rEKii. June' f" Special. Em-peror Williitm ..has ordered' tho court chamberlain to make n sifting inquiry iuto the c laims of seven ladies pre-seate-at court tv ho bear uoVile lilies, but whose pareuts liclong only to the frent financiers :iud not the nobility, noble husbands are said to Ir.ive married them for the sake of their money. The Emperor, who is a (treat upholder of tho principle of pedigree among tho aristocracy is opposed to misalliances for pecuniary motives, and has declared that ho "prefers re-ceiving honest civilians at court to pseudo-noble- s. Four of tho e en la-dies hao become countesses by their marriage, tho others baronesses. ffHAN BLAZES. i - Causing Death and" Prostration g the People of the Country. SS ENTIRELY SUSPENDED. sous, Especially Children. Are inking to the Heat, Which Is Siitiply Terriblo. Juno; 28. Extreme hot 'L's prevailed throughout and Iowa., for the days tho thenuo meter ranging a3 llKi in some places. Many ,uu and several deaths are re-,- in some places' business' is Today s hottest of 1,10 a,. The thermometer regis-.t- l ti a.m. and 5)5 at 11. Six m heat have occurred within j ioiir days NOV IM TAME CKIVtfH. The Cm lout Stale i.r ASalr That l.vi.i. in th t.uu. Slar Slate. Paws, 1V , June 2.-Th- e federal grand jury adj. turned today, after h.n ins? Iiecu in session two mouths. They Mate that tiny hale invvNlijated -- .'ti cases and have .u;ud Jul lulls. The report stales, aiuoiii; oilier thing-- : 'c have had many witnesses lis who claimed to know uothiug about the cases they were summoned in. which has foiTed u to tho conclusion tli.U they cither caused themselves to ho subpn'iiaed in ordrr to draw w itnoss fees from the government, or that the officers at whoso in-la- the pro cess wis procured were itcgli. gent in ascertaining tho tes-timony. Wo do tiiid through our assist-an- t district attorney thai the following named offense are not punishable un dor the I'nited States statutes, to wit: Forgery, swindling, cuiheiztoincut, .s-eduction, disKsitiou of mortgaged prop-.erly- , assault with intent to ripe, burg-lary in tho daytime, fi.iuilulently dis. posing of captured properly ley deputy marshals and other officials. W e believe from our investigations that morn than ono half of tho offenses committed In the Indian country originate from tho introduction of spirituous liipiors, hence we think that a rigid enforcement of tho liquor law i.s essential." WYOMING IS ADMITTED. Tlie Semite Bill Making n a gute Passed by a Strict 1'arty Vote. Washington, Juue 28,-- Thc bill for the admission of Wyoming was passed m the senate by a strict party vote, yeas, Sii; nays, 18. Tho first section of the bill is as fol-lows: Wyomiug is hercbv declared to be a state yf the, United States of Amer-ica; is hereby declared" aclniilled iuto tneCnionoii eiiual footiug with the original states iu all respects whatever, and that tho constitution which the people of Wyoming have formed for themselves be and the same is hereby accepted, ratified, and ountirmed." The second section gives the bound-aries. The third declares the State en-titled to one Representative in the Fifty-firs- t Congress. Tho other sections re-fer to public lands and provisions for schools, an agricultural college, peni-tentiary, insaue asylum, etc.; also, to circuit and district courts. '' The news of tho action of tho senate was received with great joy at Cheyenne, Evaustou and other cities throughout the territory. Bolls were mug, steam whistles screeched, cannons' roared, the people yelled themselves hoarse, and local orators gave vent to words of burning eloquence. The bill for the admission of Idaho was taken up and went over as "unfin-ished business" uutil Monday next. An Immense Meeting of Conservatives and Unionists at Crystal Palace to Discuss the Situation. . , - . DATS OF THE MINISTRY NUMBERED College Bred Chaps What the Pope is Considering Married Tor Money The Prince Has Gone. London, June 28. Special. A great meeting of conservatives and unionists was held today at the crystal palace which was secured for the pur-pose at'great expense. The demonstra-tion was tho largest held in Loudou this year with the possible exception of tho labor and radical gathering held early last mouth. The largu attend-ance was no doubt due to the fact that this being coronation day all business is practically suspended aud as the im-pression is general that the days of the ministry is numbered, many out of cur-iosity attended hoar the silnatiou dis-cussed by tho leaders of the party in power and not because of any sympathy with tho policy of Lord Salisbury. The majority however that tilled the great structure were enthusiastic supporters of the government and but little if any argument was necessary to con-vince them that the best in-terests of the country demand the retention of the Salisbury govern-ment in power. The principal speakers were Balfour, tho west secretary; Goschen, tho chancellor of the ex-chequer, aud Smith, the government leader in the house. There was really nothing new uttered by either of the orators, all of whom were received with cordial demonstrations of popular favor. The police of the govern-ment was ably defended. Glad-stone, who was charged with system- - doaniTs mmw. He Cwts Mixed Up Iu a Real Estate Boom and Plunders From His Employers. EMIGRATED TO SALT LAKE CITY. Tho Young Man Returned to the Scenes . of His Operations and He Pleads Guilty. Los AMiM.t.s, June 23. Special. Kdward W. Doaue, formerly book-keeper in tho Iais Angeles National Bauk, was brought before Judge Boss, in tho I'nited Slates district court, to plead under tho iudiotmeut for emlx'z-lenieii- l brought against him by the federal grand jury, Tho account of Doano's arrest at Salt Lake City a few days ago was published at tho time iu TiiK Timks. Siueo ho was brought back to tho oily ho has been iu the couuty jail. Tho particular offense for which ho has been indicted was the falsification of un entry In tho cash book of tho bank for JUTS, March 21. 1888, and false entries ou May lltth aud September 1st, 1888. The young man, seeing no chaneo to evade punishment for his crimo, de-cided to make no tight, but tako his medicine, and when ho was called yes-terday morning he pleaded guilty, Ho was considerably overcome by his sit-uation, but asked no clemency, neither did ho trv to excuse his nets. Judgolvoss deferred sentence for an hour, In order to investigate the cir-cumstances under which the defendant was placed. When passing sentence tho Court said that, while the oll'ense was a very serious one, there are cir-cumstances which justify tho imposi-tion of tho minimum tientonee, which is live years' imprisonment. Ho there-fore Bouteucod Doane to that length of I TH E row. IS COl UKKI u. It 1 a Subject luvulvtng Katlfflo" In Matri-monial Adteli-g-. Rome, June 28. Speeuil.J Tho pope has now under consideration the subject of a quarrel between the Hun-garian government aud the Catholic episcopate of that country. Tho law ou mixed marriages provides that tho sons shall follow the father's religion aud the daughters that of the mother. A decreo recently issued by tho govern-ment directs the priests who baptize tho childreu of mixed marriages to notify tho fact to tho clergymen of the other creed. This the Protestant clergymen are willing to do but the Catholic priests refuse to comply with tho order. hem ANinmi Tho Contest for the Choice ef the GoddiM it Liberty is Lively and WHO THE MANY CANDIDATES ARE, Personal Sketches of tho LaJ.f Who Hit Their Rtwpectue Admirers la The Great Race. Who nill be tht lucky young lad that will have the high honor and prout distinction of iinHniiiating the "1h-des- jt of I.iWrty" iu the grand Fourtii of July pageant! That's the prevalent .pit stion of the hour, and. like the darkey at a frelgh depot, who was delegated to deliver goat that had eaten the t.14 upon whlrll the name ef the consignee vsas written, and en U'ttig mAed I j whom the animal belonged, adly mnr. mured, "I donti' know, you du' kuoiv. uoIhmIv dean' kuow," U a hart one to decide. It wan a bright aud hippy thought ou the part of tho committee choen to w led from tho rank of Salt Lake Clty'n bevy of beauty tho young Udr wb should bo the heroine o( the day we celebrate to the public to choose. The rvult of the foresight and good judgment of the , committee has precipitated lively and generous rivalry, and a contest aud bat . tie of UUloU that Is Indeed Inspiring. The content is tlrn all abnorbieg event, and 110 matter where one gne. Instead of the Mereotyped exchange of every dav clvllitie. the question U askest. "Who la your favorite for Goddmt of Liberty'' In the parlor and drawing room nothing else ia talked aliout. Fashion, stvle of gowua and bun net a give war to the "Goddess of LWwrty" fad. and it ! quietly hinted that young ladle who are not themelve In the apirtted lace are pooling their pin money and voting for their favorite friend or The rlety young nieit are also neglecting their aweet. hearts, and are going down lib-erally Into their pmket Jitiv ing TllK Tiwis eabaloitc ballot which have an expressive and mysteri-ous clmiiu of sureesa for the young lady for w hont they are deiosttel In tho llont and tongue tied receptacles! at the rhnmbrr of commerce. lulnes men and their eUrks are, a well, mised up lit the strife and from the dav It commenced extra edition of Tim Tiim have been run to supply the de-mand for the cabalistio ballots.. Thous-ands upon thousand of eitra papers hnve been purchased, and Immense or- - iters have ln:eu received for the edition of this day. There lurk In tre for the yotnijf lady receiving Tub Tixii cbalttio ballots, and it la confidently believed that when the vote are nmuied al I'J in. .M.mdny night there w.U b more of them than" from any other newspaer Iu the city. The plate of lodnv's Iswu will l 'preserved, and those w ho have not already left order for a supply eaa have their want lilted. Outwitted Her Father. Columbus, ludj Juiio 28. Frank Thomas, the ow'ner of two saloons in this city and 28 years of age, and very wealthy, eloped in the north-boun- d J., M. & I. train this morniug with Miss Ida McCray, the beautiful and highly educated daughter of Samuel McCrav, of this county. The enraged father missed his daughter from the breakfast table, and, suspecting that she hail fled' with the man he bitterly opposed, started in pursuit, but reach-ed the train too bite. The marriage of the young couple was performed in this city. They are now in Chicago. ' goxTliSriiVKB KNOWN. .nation Yvom the Signal Offleo Tor Weather. - - ,ije sweltering istiTON, June 28. The signal rubies the following special The present period of con- -' h temperature in middle Mis-ville- y is udprouedeuted for I Beginning with Friday, June 20, I temperattiro was ten degrees lomial. it has gradually risen ah aud 27th to nearly twenty ove. The maximum temper-- , ;iie past eight days have ex-!,- e highest ever known for au rind in June. The cause for urinal condition has been the hirh pressure iu the gulf re-- a almost stationary low pres-iitttii- e northwest. A Wry Tough Skull. Motm Cuv. S. IL, JuiioS. W.W. Weller, living about seven miles south-wes- t of this place, walked two miles to Dr. Clapp, to gel him to dress a wound in his head. The wouiul w as on the back part of his head. Afler taking out of his ekutl two or thieo inches square and several small pieces, the braiu was exposed and plainly visible to the eye, F.dgesof the woutided por-tion of tho skin were drawn together and stitched. In a short time he was walking arouud as If the wound w as a mere scratch. He said he was lying iu tho yard playing with tho children, wheii he commenced cutting kindling wood to start a tiro, mid In doing o the axe blade slipped from the handle aud struck him In the head, inllieiing a wound ns above related. Thtre ap-pears to bo a mysterv about the allair and no one Is satlslled with his state-meu- t. LOCATED IN TWO STATES. Texas auu Arkanm Share Equally Iu a Fedttral Court House. Washington. June 38. Special. The contract for building the federal court house and postofllce at Texar-kaua- , Ark., was awarded today, l or this structure $100,000 was appropri-ated some timo ago, and $8f00 was ex-pended iu the purchase of ueccessary ground. The building is to bo erected across the state line, oue-hal- f lu Texas and the other half in Arkansas. Tho federal court room and the postollico will bo on the Arkansas side, w hile a rostoflioe and other federal o 111 ces will hoid down tho Texas side. Sentenced to Hung in August. Vic'Ksbuisg, Miss., June 28 Frank C, Kearney, who was convicted of the murder of Joseph Fossett, jr., several months since, was brought into court today aud sentenced bv Judge J. D. Gilland to' be hanged Thursday, August 7, 181)0. Tho counsel for the prisoner filed exceptions and gave immediate notice of their intention to take an ap- - peal to the supremo court, which does not meet until October. If the supreme court affirms the sentence, another day will have to be set for the execution. I'llt'bed It Out lb Window. Lkavknwohth. Kas June if. Four Y.M.C.A. young meu of this city, who have been holding meetings at Lnn.slng. while walking to Aaunwjrtli on tho Santa F track this morning discovered beside the track a b.ibv wrapped in a sheet. The child Is a ioy ono or two dav old and is still alive. The suppo. sition is that some one aboard the train pitched tho infant out through a win-dow. AIH ANO PROSTRATION. li's Terrible Suffering From the Kays of Old Sol. vxati, June 28. The heat con-i'h- e signal service thermometer ,tl ii today at 10 o'clock. There riifrom three to six prostrations iv, about of them flic most marked effect is the d death rate of children. Of ijht deaths reported yesterday s were of childreu under two age! i'.it increased. At 1 o'clock it degrees hotter than at the same stenlaj. Herman Lockman, brewer, was prostrated ruing aud is unconscious. Opened by the Gallant Sixty-Nint- h, New York, June 28. Special. The New York state camp of instruc-tion, near Peekskill, was today formally opened for the season by the gallant 0i)th regiment, which took possession of it for one week. Numerous improve-ments have been made since last sea-son, among them being the new mess halL. built of iron imd granite, aud the enlargement of the old parade ground. Milwaukee Swelters. ackee, Juno 28. This is the day of the season. The ther-ra-t 11 a. iu. registered !)2 early this morning the utrol teams have been kept busy Hiding to casos of prostration. f fatality has thus far been re-but there are no cases that 'may itally. THE GREAT BEAUTY CONTEST. i A POLLS CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT, JUNE 30. Vote Early and Often For Your FavorKe. l May tle Prettiest Girl Win ! H Hurrah For the Goddess of Liberty! l PROCURE YOUR BALLOTS AT THE TIMES OFFICE. y f . 1 Y I : K ballot, ; Kor Goddess of Libert y, J lily i, . rn Niislarnaturesre. ' 1 So wore than one : ..ulrmi. Ai.yly 0 Haineoneaelihal; o.nb VolB. T: -- u bo voted f.ji. lolwiilbfullowcd ; o M Hijli Old Thermometer. ui'ous, June 28. At 11:00 a. :!icnnonieter registered 8(5 in the Carpenters, bricklayers and iliorers have not been working iy for three days. No one has ostratod. Wil l. UK UtTI tR THAN Arrangement for the Wueee of the Ue-er-l: ipoltlin tinlngtially On. The board of directors of the Deseret Agricultural uud Manufacturing society is iiuii'tly but energetically at work to make the ep Million to be held in this city October a an occasion worthy of the magnitude, wealth ami resources of Utah territory. The different commit-tee are working like beavers jireiuirinff a premium list which In itself will prove a great attraction for the exhibi-tors, and the varied branche of the slock growing and iiiatinfaeliirlii Indus-tries which will bo represented. orkon tho south wing niul main building Is being pushed to comnletion with nil poshihlo haste, under tlie suiienUion of the building committee, and w hen these improvements are perfected the fueili-lie- s for exhibitors will be greatly In-creased. Mr. Fred Simons, chairman of the committee on exhibits, has received many inqHirtunt letters that have proven of Incalculable aid to them lu carrying out their arduous ilulii.'S from Charles Crane, president of the litnh Wool Growers' association, Hen H F.ldredge, K. J, Conrad. F.liner Tavlor, William Ashworth. Judge Judd. W. W. I'.rown-ing- , and other. The exhibition should uul only l a territorial show." remarked Mr. Simons to Tin: Timis representative this morning, "but should be made the great iiiteruioiiiitaiii exposition for the different slates mid ten dories adjoin-ing US. Our city by virtue id lis local-ity is the center for all the country sur-rounding us for n distance of ."it'll miles iu evcrv directioo. lialever woik Is undertaken should always bo eanied out with thiil thought before n, end success Is bound to ci oh 11 every effort made for the growth and prosperity of the clly and territory." nil Strokes in Minneapolis. ui'oi.is. Juno 28. Tho hot r of the past three days -- coutiu-'veral cases of sunstroke are ''' H'mlrlc k's Monument. isapoms, lud., June 28 Ar-ul- s are about perfected for the lid of the Hendricks monument of July. Indications are that ill be an immense attendance. 'v Campbell, of Ohio, Governor New 1 ork, and Gover Francis, "iiri, will be jiresent with their A large, number of civic and !' organizations will participate 'lcmonstralions, including tho 'lulls from Chicago, St. Louis. 'Hi, Louisville, and other cit- - Making Trouble. rox.Kan., June 28 Grand Chief y Howard and Grand Couditc-- f the order of railway conduc-- 1 T T. ShiUei'y, grand organ-:- l bi'otlicrhooii of railwav train-"ve- d iu this city today and held session with the grievance com-- the Atchison, Topeka aud eiailroad. There is consider-itisfactio- n at present nmo'ig """i'u of the road, they claiming recent new schedule of wages .lule appearing to bo an ad-:,'- n reality a reduction on the : Trouble is feared unless the accedes to the demands which "l'l'cpariugtonmke. alieally otning kgislati on was to the reporte.1 dissensions 111 the c. b net to the from defeat on tho lice 1 government had be eu intr bill . Jronl preparations o for insuring the demonstration, as the tory lea s i necessary to do somet hu.g a e un- - un their party and to .stiinuiaiblood which has been absent oni'tl.c sittings very frc-pi- o n Uy lale 1 n order to put a slop to I n no their forces with the Zon ing general elect.onthe plan t monster meeting to be f. .ilnvedT.ya scries of local gatherings was resorted to. ! MORNING TELEGRAMS CONDENSED The temperature at St. Louis yester-day was about 100. Four deaths and many prostrations were reported. Sarah Bernhardt was compelled to stop suddenly in the second act of "Jean of Arc "last night, owing to faiutness and loss of voice. The house committee on pensions has decided to report the bill granting a pension of $10 per mouth to tho widow of General Crook. The house passed 105 private pension bills, and the speaker announced the appointment of Conger, Walker and Uland as conferrees on the silver bill. Dispatches from all parts of Wiscon-sin report suffering from heat, the ther-mometer raugiug from 1)0 to 100 at dif-ferent points'. In Milwaukee there were three deaths yesterday. President Palmer, of the World's Columbian committee, advised the ex-ecutive committee of tho National live stock association to ask for 200 acres upou the exhibition grounds for the live stock display. Robbers entered the house of Charles Decker, a well-to-d- citizen at Seneca, 111. Decker was coulined to his bed with a broken bone, the vcsult of an accident. The robbers attacked and Leal him and his mother into insensi-bility. ' It is feared both will die. - News has just come from Cheycuuo airency that Jules Senninal. the agency interpreter, has killed a Cheyenne I Senninal surrendered to Major Carroll, but; the Indians demand his re-turn and threaten to take him away. s three troops of cavalry are 111 the vicinity, there is not much danger of this'. Wallers, the man sentenced to be shot by the Mexican judge at Paso del Norte, lias been allowed au appeal to tho supreme court of the sl ate ot a, Mexico, as has also O Lattgh-liu- . the other American, .sentence! to are held 111 ten vents. Tlie prisoners the military barracks, pending a de-cision. Charles Seymour, in a fit of jealous frenzv. battered the head of Chailes Harding at Manchester Center, t.. with a ilati'-on- , and likewise attacked his wife with the same missle. Sey-mour then severed tho windpipe of his kniie. and in-flicted d son with a wounds upon himself. The par-ties will all die. A letter from Lieut. Tioduian says Uganda is a land of waste. Everywhere are seen skeletons and corpses of murder by burning and "fry other horrible metnod. MaTiomet Bica'ssemand three companions were Bavomoys for the murder of a German merchant eight years ago The Arabs have gone into umveisal mourning as a mark of resentment. There is no little dissatisfaction m the census of the Denver over the way been taken. Comp aiuts are city has and it is believed that hS the negligence of the enuraer-ator- s of the city has been cheated out 000 to 25.000 PeP'e- - , GOiVe?nZ together with SdPens'. will call a meeting; and organ-ize for the purpose gone over again. .assembled in the Over 20 000 people but n.t re con. n ,)t on, 1:, schoolhouse. but on wave o.: even- - Evrresident made rSlren the subject of the "blfS of the government .0 the soldiers. time in (he county jail of Los Angeles countv. lie believed the ends of jus-tice would be satisfied by the seiilenee. This is the longest term for which any one has over been sentenced for con-finement iu the county jail. The was taken to his new quarters and entered upon his long punishment. oaiieis now !W years of age. Ho endeavored to make restitution to the bank, as far as ho could, for the money oiiibez.led from it. He leaunyd of his father's death I ho day uflcr his arrest. The cider Mr. iioane was a missionary to the Caroline Islands, In the Pacific ocean, lloaiie's downfall is due to 1111 endeavor to make money loo fast dur-ing the boom. Jle undertook more than he could accomplish, and, when he went behind, endeavored to bridge over his dillicultics by stealing from his employers. WHY THE DOCTOR KILLED. A Claim Set up that Ills Victims "i!auutd Him." Raleigh, N. C June 28.- -At Wrightsville yesterday a fireman on the Seacoast railroad was shot by Dr. J (i nner, a white man from Cartcrel countv, who was a fisherman at Wrightsville. The murder was entirely without provocation. Just before its commission Garner was sittiug on a: hand car on a si.le track, w ith miihket iu his hands. The Seacoast train came in and stopped iu front of Garner. He raised his gun aud without a word fired at Hill who was standing on the engine. Aheavvload of buckshot tore Hill e2s to "pieces aud he soon bled to death-Hil- l did not know Garner and the men had never even spoken to each other. The shooting caused great excitement and it was with much difficulty that a jar 'e party of excursionists were d from Ivuehiug Garney. I he; latter tried to shoot the man who ar-- ; rested him. but w as tied and taken to Wilmington, lie MM the police that he shot Hill in wlf defense because t!i j latter had "haunted him." It Is stated that a fireman on another engine, had made Garner angry by telling bun to, j keep off the railway tracks. KACK TKOl III.ES. There Is Trouble Between South Carolina Whiles and Illaek. Cot-- I MULS. S. C. June 28.-T- herc is trouble between the races near Baiu-bcr- ir in Barnwell county. Jt was n on Saturday. A party of negroes took a boat bclongisg to a white man and went fishing. When they returned Iho negroes were set upon by the whites and one of the white men was injured. Two nights ago Kobert Kearso and a number of his friends went to the house of the negro, who appeared to bo the leader of tho parly. The negroes were crouched in ambush near the house evidently expecting an attack, and lircd upon the whiles, eight of whom were wounded, but none dangerous. 1 he ncirroes then fled. Joe Glover, sup-posed to have been in the party, has since been captured and severely whip-- but will not tell where his friends Lie. Itis expected that if those who in the shooting will took an active part be arrested there will be further trouble. xx mo tiik vol o i.Auir.e a nr. rlr IMngMvr ot Halt Lake Who Are I lli tiodilM of Liberty Hr, The young l.olies who are being Toted fur are the pick of Halt Lake beanty. Tin. Tln lth it usual enterprise, this afternoon present lis reader with pen picture of the fair rjndid.itiS; XI l I I LA Ol SK. who has up to the present been leading the list, is a duughler of M.igmi Ol.ten. She Is one of the uiomt prominent of the young society ladies of the and U an accomplished iiitiiel.irt, MwaOlsen is rather alsive the medium tigur aud move with a peculiar RTa-- e atl h r ow n. She ha short, wavy golden hair, and Is ly many thought to Ui the most Is autiful girl fn the city. IIIsS inn. M AU tstrit is a leader lu the younger sneiefy ef the city. She is slitfhily below the nimliiim height, and has a oiost beautiful figure. She lias short, blondu hiir, and deep blue eyes. VIIsS II1SMK SAt'I.I H. is one of the prettiest young ladiea In the city. Sh is typical blonde, with a wealth of beautiful bur. She grad-uated at St. Mary' academy at yer, iiss kahi: luui'iv. is a m litn voutig Udy with 1 li4rmilig ligurii Vhelia IwaUtiOd long Ujhl brown hair, bd a i hainoiig f.ti e, Her eyr are a deep blue, and she is often nen-- ! tioiied as the nnl beautiful of Sjlt l,ake young o buds. She U imlv lifti cu year idd. ,h Ilirdia 14 atteuding the e.db gia! institute. Miss MA! U Xl Utll.l. Is a slender gra:efl young Inly with a charming fj and beautiful tig'irw. Mm ha a wealth of tU h brown hair which fills lie low her waist. She U also one of the mort popular of the --bud." xiiss jc t rie i r.t r i one of the most popular youoa ladle In society circle. bh t. a daughter of li C.Jelt president of the lU-a- l Lstale Kxchsiige. Mis. Lett ha-- fair brown hair, biue eye and a petite graceful lignre, iiisis trcr ttrxtif. . U anntfu r proaiiuent social lewler. 5h is rather tail with full graceful fijfiire. . Hr eompieiiou U wonderfully (air. Hh ha rlear blue eye aud strtkiajf clase.n-a- J feature. Kiss HtSr-l- ALff i another of t!w bud. She Ls a fracefnl young lady, with uort, wary auburn curls and fair regular featuris. She i 3 daughter of Hudolph AIS, the well known gTo.r. mii er.sui w itar I fretpaently spoken of aA one of the most beautiful young Lwlie in the tltv. She 1 a typical blnnde. witbdeep blueeyea. she i tail, with wilfowly fcgure. She is a prominent member of M. Mark' Kpis-optt- l ehurch, and a dauaur ef j4jor Vlike. Mfs LIZIB (iBOESBCCK is one of the niit strikingly beautiful young ladies ef lt Lake. She gTadt. ated st tha llcss ret tiaiverstty two years: ' i? and has since been a ackaowt-eljf- d belle ia uppr vvai circlt The Treaty Sigued. I. T June 28. The "as mail,, with the Pottawatio-'la.V- . They receive their land in and $100,000 in money. If it bat tho government has not cr the $110,000 returned from 'the Kansas land of the tribe, "is to be added to the a'jove Ibe tribe is to take its allot-'"'t- b of Little river. The time ;a allotments is limited to Feb- - On the lleanrrado's Trail. I'.eathk K. Neb.. June 8, A farmer living ten miles south of here reported this morning the stealing of a horse from his place last night, aud on learn-ing that Wortman, the desperado who committed the deadly assault on hi jailer, had escaped, at once accurately described Wortman. and is tmsitivc h is the fellorr who stole his horse. Won nun has not been apprehended, but it is expected he w ill Iw. - - - I'AtiK i irv M.Vt. Paiik Cur, June '.'H..-Sp- e. ial cor-respondence. JD. C. McLaughlin Ulu Salt Lake. U. C. ( luiuibers U lii Parkciiy. f. K. Waiitlaii'l, Salt Lake's live real crIhI" agent, spent th day iu Park. C. A. Short Is the day In Zion. J. C. Head and Alexander MiGn gor Iclt this morning for Hangor, Maine. M. Woolf and sou of Salt Lake re turned home last evening 011 the Cen-tral. W. L. Piekard and wife and Mis. K. II. Clute of Salt Lake were in Park yes-terday sight seeing. William Dunbar, hydraulic eiitfiiiccr for the National Tube Works at Chi-cago, bin Park on businc. J. L. Osborn received one car of furn-iture aud Johnnie Diem one car id brick by the Union Pacific railroad. The postollice newsstand has received a neighing machine. It's one of the drop-- a nieklc in the slot apparatuses. H F. Nelson, freight solicitor r the Missouri Pacific r.i.lway, with head-ipnirte- r at halt Lake, wa In Park yes. tcrday looking np buslne for hi. road. The L'lah Central has completed its platform, and although having no depot a yt, it will make it much more con-venient for the traveling public Footpads held up a Chinaman ebe to the Marsae office last evening, and succeeiled in getting nine dotlai and sixty cent In money from the Celes-tial's pockets. The ore shipment todav were: Ihi-tari- 5Mi" ponmU; laly." oo pounds. For the week-Ontari- :V 4.V0Hund.4; Daly, 11'. po'iods. May-flower comeiitrate. tt.loo potinfs; Cre-eii- t ctmceutrale. 4fS.iV) pounds.; Hte arrivals: V. J. Wheeler. Oma-ha; Ike New, S. Mrjer. Chicago; . If Simmoii, San francis-j- ; J. G. Moore, K. J. MK.re St. Imis; Craw-ford A Lavender, Boston: I homas Pa-trick Henry V Grecu. I. E Want bind, K F. Nelson. Mrs K. It. lute, Mr.. W. L Piikrd, W. Pi krd, tdl Lako. COIXEtiE BKEO CHAPS. Williams' College Students O.splar-The- ir Larnin Before Varents and Wends. Williamswbt. Mass., June 28. ISpecial.-T- he ninety-sixt-con. u.cuce-men- l exercises of Williams' college began tonight with the Graves on.e speaking by six members of the sen or class in the Congregational church. Tomorrow morning Adoniram Jmlson Gordon of Boston will address the Mills Young Men's Chr.stiaii association. At 3 o'clock the baccalaureate sermon will bo delivered by President Carter, aud this will be followed by the out-door prayer meeting at thJ'"iUa; monument in Mission offers a list of 5 somewhat frorr,th , reg-ula- r routine. In place of he usua class-da- the Alumni are to have next distinctively their own day and theJnew Mark Hopkins memorial building is to be dedicated. On!? Fourteen Ounces. "On--, w. Va., June 28. Little '"'tis. Hie renowned Mason City ; ""-'- today of brain feves. Tho j's months old, healthy, and "rnied. yet the greatest weight '"ained was two and one-hal- f "birth the midget weighed rlea ounces. The parents were ''medium size. The child has eat curiosity. Ilrt.ke l;er Nrek. Pi.okia. III., Jun- - i. The coroner's jury reached a verdict today iu the quest ou the body of Katie Sheehaii, the young girl who was found dead in the river a week ajro, after a boat excur-sion. Thev found that she came to her death bv having her neck broken by parties iiuk.."Wii to the jury. A re-ward of loo has le-e- offered for infor-mation regarding her slayers. 11 Worship CntU Tomorrow. fHiRLEs, Mo., June 28. Spec-J- c mission board of the Scott fi'mtion met in the Baptist ;'?"-- to hoid auniversary ser--' ch will not conclude until to- -' ''Veiling. - - Ancient OrWer of Hibernians. Sr. Lon.s. June ancient order of Hibernians are hold-ing their annual reunion at the fair Speeches were delivered b S of the most prominent iu the slate, and resolutions were adopted approving the policy of arnell and Gladstone, bitterly denoun-cin- e the Balfour regime in Ireland, and pledging ho support of the organi-zation to the Irish people. Indians Charged With Murder. Paws. Tex.. June 28 Jackson Billy. Kli Baldwin, Goodwin Mackenzie. Wal-lace Jefferson and Jimpson Davenport, all full blood Choctaw Indians, were brought here by Deputy .Marshals Lada and Bohemian for the murder of IMack hrein. at Davenport. I.T.. Salur-.la- y night. I hev were all arrested near itlie weiieof the tillng. An examining trial viill lie held tomorrow. Keiinnip, Ready to Die. X. Y., June 28.-W- hen aeinmler was told what his he he shrugged his slioul-- .' 'faiith-am- i said: "Well, if be touched off bv electricity nt's over the bettor. I'm '..".'"ihoiikevinit. for I guess the !"?bt."