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THE MORNING EXAMINEE: OGDEN, SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS CORRESPONDENTS (FROM AND STATE EXCHANGEE! UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, no mote beautiful and inviting agricultural region could he desired. Water la abundant, and generous crops e A can he raised by the line is now wiMim ten miles of Fain lew, and soon wtii reach that town, already connecting with Hues from Fallon. Messrs, dark, Ridge and ol hers have purchased a fine waifrom Fair-vieter supply about ihlrry and this necessary article will stem be running to the town through a pipe line now being constructed. Water si the present time s $2 a barrel in Fairview. r. trla-phon- go to the new region, out the shortage of the agent, H. D. gentlemen onto the way they met W. 11 Crossfield. who lift here, unknown to and while bound on the Webber and not has and Series IttweM This Stale and Idaha the company, last Sunday same mission. been heard from riser. at End, With Utahns tKa Ths end of the matter was lhat they Crossfield tcok the morning tiain Victors over the Union Farifir Sunday morn- pled their ismtes and staked off be waa in the new dlsirict .of Fairview the Salt Late. May 19. After a vigor-oml- ing. and told his friends that l FROM LAKER RETURNS the to day property now within the Nevada Hills 6 ALT Lake Salt to the at held debnt going contested That their properHe Mining company. GOLDFIELD. evening. return would Sunday Utah and laat ewaiag, gH Lake theater ty ia one of the best that the entire s awarded iha dectaioa over Idaho was not at hia lost of duty on Monday Salt Lake. May 1$. Tnat Goldfield officials of the rompany were S ate of Nevada contains is staled by by a vote of tiro to on. The crowd ; and the When the route agmt ar- j all who came tuna Fsirvisw. and Mr. has settled down in earnest for the acby notified. ahowed lie approval of the readrived here it was found that the safe Feerv is equ.-- l y enthusiastic regard- complishing of the comoifnilable task appending vigorously after ita ment-enet's rich Is d vault were locked and it was Wed-- , ing the propei y. Surrounding Fair-vir- of making her property and waa declaim the Although ing. Mr. Peery stated Friday, waa vouched for by Frank B. Cook, who work or and well tuned, the fact remain ' jrsday evening before the commenc-- I an enormous expanae of territory has been in that interesting camp for checking the office could e nut lhe ldahtiaaa only awnt down ed. which offer equally as good chances several weeks on mining Miriness. Mr. tenadtous a strugmost after defeat to This work has nt jet been com- mi Fairview itself, and so vast is this ! Cook state that the properties con gle. The debaterafroai thedlem State and the route agmt, while ad- ground that it will lake several years trlbuting ores to the market are too wen and la pleted hand, had their subjeot numerous to mention, and that ore is deltvetwd telling mitting to The Tribune correspondent for it to be thoroughly prospected. during the evening The greatest values of tha Nevada being sent out that averages in ralue this afternoon that a shortage existed, argument In a foreefttl Bismner. Hills compsny were encountered on $20, 0t0 each day in the seek. The latBut to tho credit of the Utahns, it was not prepared to state the amount. will what ia called Kagle's Nest posh, spec- est sensation in tbe district ia the Mot con-titthe ia that It shonage thought remains, tw at the elate ot the imen of orr hfctcg reported that will hawk property. the chose the agent thehr plan stood out hi slightly exreed $2.0o0. Front the lease on the Mohawk time, when there was a large run rents rlwbly high in silver. The bolder and stranger relief than did pay-dalodge has been rpened at intervals for ground sixty tons of ore is being shipdeparthat of tho Idahoans. Victory to last money business, to make his been here a lit- a distance of lied feet, and there la a ped daily, and this ore will average evening's eonteet wins the series for ture. Crossfield had made many streak within this ledge front eight to from $9 to $liK) a ton. The leaser exhad a over snd of tle out three year two her Utah, giving friends, who are pained to learn of hia eighteen Inches wide that will run pect within the month to raise this from $3'ioo to $5000 per ton. and bet- daily average up to 100 ions, and beinter-co- l leg-l- a downfall. Perhaps never ha an acsome ter. Six feet of the ledge will go as fore the end of the year they have evborn are man fools, Some as closed this dty U debate held in are as $40o g ton. The company ia ery reason to expect to have made a some and Mr. foolishness high limply quire dramatically at last evening's. J. W. is a tunnel at the base of the record as far as Goldfield leasing operclass Of buncoed. the latter driving rebuttal final Hedger was making hie of peak, and this will tap tha vein at ations go. Mr. Cook states that on this f.rc ths Utahn?. Tho eoniticisrionallty Jurists, who ts mourning ths lass lease thirty-fivfeet of shipping ore of ths plan proposed by the affirma- $72.50, besides some Jewelry, of whirh great depth. Laker have been opened up. snd developIs another Salt a fleeced Roy was should Ridge he wandering gipsy before ly hand, waa It agreed tive, The gipsy called at who has been letnarkahly successful ments are showing in improvement in t enter Into ths discussion. The last Monday. wanted to tell his in Fairview. He was on the ground rery way. and home ihesr Juelefa' la speeches however, Idahoans, The 8t. Ivea, long suffered to remain him of her pow- early, and should he desire It, Mr. convince To fortuue. would Utahs deprive plan alleged that is producing ore with of some could clean at be showed him trlrks she states, ers up of contract Peery of the right Gold-fielcapitalists all the of an liberality a hia half million must least on she To work ths their use of spell possessions. magic. the five and deiv them the CombinaFrom proposition. was R. Walker made J. this The purruled ol his money have money. city recently Mr. Hedger promptly property. tion the owners of the Ish theae arguments out, declaring that to disappear and the woman told him chased a property known as ths Gold- lease property are ore of a very rich shipping afteren Is unand all the would of it return it Wednesday that Slipper, opinion the capitalists would be protected no district in Nevada There ia quality. 4 who over have noon this that o'clock. gone at ground der the constitution. where the leasing system Is so much When the hour came and the money it la one of nrignlflcent promise. It In Mr. Price Instantly arose and stab evidence a It is in Goldfield, and It ed his objection to this declaration, appeared not, the man awakened to the is stated freely that the Nevada Hills is one method of opening up a propSenvein runs been had this buncoed, lie that mentionhe fact not group. through had Idaho declaring tbit Mr. went to the eatant county attorney ator Nixon and George Wingfield were erty or of keeping an old one moving ed the word constitutionality. whirh waa on the ground enrly, with their repre- sucresfully that is is mtdlly given Hedgea retort sd that be would leave It and awore out a warrant as searched for by those not of the hands the Into had sheriff., A sentatives, and their ground Is consid- owners of whsther as to put they to the fudges property. of of in one ths the resumwoman ered the dietrirt. test And then description answering not inferred as much. From the Bllzssrd Mr. Cook heard the gipsy was located In Coaiviljc yesAnother 8ak Latksr to whom the most ing quickly, hs added: news. MaJ. Stanton "Honorable Judges, we wih to pro- terday. Jueieft went to the county ramp owes much, although much of havingencouraging a uncovered hugs body of millIdenIf ran him has seat from this morning and he the fortune Len afforded test against the use of these cherts on This mine is ore this ing property. be held for the camp, is F. A. Virtue, who has the Inasmuch as :he Idaho debaters hsvs tify the woman, she will of Goldfield, and five miles east located Fair-viedistinction of being the pioneer of not read what they contala or pieced trial. In x region that heretofore has seMr. Virtue has disposed of is them so rhst we could reed tliein." cured very little attention. The BillBALT LAKERS MADE RICH. many claims of promise for substantia Mr. Price Instantly Jumped to hla iard developments, however, are atretains Insisted still and and sums, many propersecured recognition feet, tracting considerable attention to tha that Utah should here slated her ob- Fairview Mining District Will Maks ties of great merit. K. McCarrick of region. The Great Bend has baan Men. Rich Owners la Land has who Lake "How Balt another Many reaped t jection earlier in the evening. down to the levuJ, at some substantial rewards for the faith which could we object!' demanded Mr. Hedgcompany Is cross-cuttin-g the point Ths That ths Tribune says: camp he reposed in Fairview properties. er. "when we did not know that tho the vrln. As they see drifting on gentlemen were going to make an Im- of Fairview, Kev., will maks million- John Donlan. formerly of Balt Lake, the level, the management of several groups of the Great Bend proper use of the charts?" With this aires out of four Salt Lakers, posi- hae purchased Is bending every entively, and no one ran tell hor many claims for which he could secure a ergy upon developing the mine rather the Incident closed. The question debated follows: "Re- more in addition. Is the positive as- round sum should hs wish to dispose than extracting ores at this time. solved. That laws should he passed surance of D. II. Peery, i ha prominent of his holdings. Fairview is distinctTha Keane lease on the Great Bend business undertaking Utah and Nevada mining man, who has ly a Salt Lake camp. Compelling Is gelling into soma very fine ore, pickFair-viefrom to Mr. Some Ben of retnrnsd time sent this an which beeures control city ago Industry just Peery ed samples of which have given essays to sell its products at renaonabls Although very few weeks will Dl Luce Into Fairview to pick up prop- that exceed any heretofore encountercover doths spaa of Fslrvfews life, It erties, which he was sucesssful in ed in the entire district. While in the prices and without discrimination. It being agfeed, first, that the discus- today Is the center of opportunity for ing, securing a group next to the fam-ou- q state, Mr. Cook visited the Round sion shall be confined to ths one rem- the prospector snd investor. Ths four Wingfield property. While no Mountain district, and on the Loftus ft edy proposed by the affirmative; sec- who are especially fortunate in the work has been done on the property as Davis territory saw some ore taken out ond, that the constitutionality of the camp era Salt Lakers and they are yet, tt Is one in which the owners have that Is easily calculated to set the plan proposed shall not enter into ths W. H. Clark, J. I). Hodxon, J. A. Kirby the utmost confidence. Ths Peery-Luc- e average man mad after the yellow metand Roy Hidge. syndicate sold the control of this al. question. About ths first of last February group to Goldfield snd Eastern capiEXPRESS AGENT AT PARK SHORT John D. Hodaon left this dty for talists, who have Incorporated the ANNIE SORENSON DEAD. Goldfield, for ths purpose of meeting J. same under the name of the Kagle's Welle-FargA. Kirby, the two intending to look H. D, Croasfield Leaves Mining company. Whlla Bright and Popular ..Yeung Woman over some Goldfield properly. While In Fairview on the last visit Mr. Passes to Groat Beyond, People In ths Hole. walking along rile main street of Oohk Peery purchased several additional the' past field they met W. H. Clark, who Im- properties on Wrstgate mountain 'Park City, Slay IS.-- For Salt Lake, May II. Tho News says: . few days the auditing department of parted to them the Information of about five miles from ths town of Miss Annie Sorenson, whq for several Wetls-FarSsome In values has rich found very being Express comimny the years was a popular employe of the Z. On the way to Fairview, in the vi- C. M. I., been checking up the Park City office a new district then unknown. Mr. passed to the great beyond for mads these Clark Mr. of finding arrangements cinity of Fallon. of the company with Peary states that this morning after an JHnese of several month. Lung trouble was the primary cause of the young women's untimely death. She was the daughter at the late Martin and Annie Sorenson. Sbo wss ST years of age and resided in the Ninth ward practically .all bar Hie. Miss Sorenson was of a bright and sunny disposition and was extremely popular among her many friends. She was taken HI shout a year ago and the management of Z. C. M. L snt her to California in the hope that the balmy climate would restore her usual good health. For a time ahe seemed to get better but there was a change for the worse recently which resulted as stated. The funeral will bp held tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock from the Ninth ward meeting house. The remains will be at the residence of B. F. Thorn-ber378 East Fifth Houth street, tomorrow from II a. m. until 1 p. mv where friends of the deceased may see her countenance for the last time. UTAH WINNER OF BIG DEBATE. jr ept-n-- : I y vie-kHe- e old-tim- e d rim-bera- d 200-foo- 120-fo- Nesi-Fairvle- o Fair-view- DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That modern experiments have demonstrated beyond a question lhat there is no fuel equal to a Life Insurance Policy for heat- ing a widows cottage? 9nmamuammummmm L. HERRICK, JOHN State Manager Des Moines Life Insurance Co. R.eed Hotel Building. BINGHAM JUNCTION BUILDING Fire Breaks Out In the Night and Threatens Business District Salt Lake. May 19. A special to the News from Bingham Junction says: A fire broke out here at 1:45 o'clock this morning which for a time threatened to end disastrously for the business section of Bingham. The alarm was quickly spread, and despite the fart that the hour was when most residents were asleep in (heir homes, a generous turnout responded, and men went to work with hurkets. wet suib.s and axes and fought the fire for two hours. It was finally put out about 4 oclock this morning, and through heroic work it wa r on fined to the building in which It broke out. Three places of business wrre in the building. and they were all destroyed. Thry were the Green Bar saloon, a restaurant owned by Mrs. Hill and a barber shop conducted by j. McDonald. The loss by the fire will amount to several thousand dollars. SALTAIR f TURNED OVER. Beach and Railroad Now in Hands of New Owners. IHT Superior to other beers. B perial Experimental station for brewing industries of the world place Budweiser at the top of the ladder. Try it Now. The only place in town where it is found on draught is at the all Diamond Saloon D. A. SMYTH, Proprietor 240 BURNED. Twenty-fift- h street, where the palms grow. Salt. Ikr. May 19. The News says: Tbe formal transfer of the Salt Lake ft lvOs Angeles railway and the Sslrnir Beach company took place today. The new owners held a meeting this mArn-insnd elected the following officer for the two rompanie: Salt Ijtke ft IjOs Angeles railway X. V. Clayton, president; C. IV. Nib-fevice president snd director: Jos. Nelson, treasurer and director: J. E. Langford, director; I. A. Clayton, secretary; Joel Nibley. director. Saltair Beach compsnjr C. W. Nib-ley- . president and director: X. TV. Clayton, vire president and director; Joseph H. Nelson, treasurer and director; I. A. Clayton, secretary and director; J. K. Langford, director; Joel Nib-ledirector; Jacob Morits, director. MAY 29, 1WWL must in time depreciaTe. for, like the out of a bin. the drawing of daily drain upon the ore reserves will eventually deplete them. Thus, the beet of propenie. become in time a worked out mine, and it passes into history becomes a has been. While there is not tbe slightest doubt that the Silver King mine has yet a long lease of life and that it will continue to be an important producer from the camp of Park City for a good many years to come, yet the indications point very strongly thst this great producer, which ha paid out to its shareholders during its existence more than $19.000t0i0. has seen its palmiest days and that it must follow the road of the Illustrious Ontario, which has a record of haring paid more than $14.0i0,0u0 in dividends, when It erased to be rated as one of the great mines of the country. The Crescent and Daly were also reckoned as big mines in Park City, and the day waa when the Daly West was clawed as a much greater mine than it is today. The stock of the Silver King company once sold on the market as high as $s0 a share, while today $25 was bid for It and $39 asked; the stork at the Ontario company in the days when silver was worth per ounce, sold at a figure many times higher than it is north now; iu fact there is practically no market for it at the present time. Daly West ones sold up to around $6 a share, but such Inroads have been made on its richer ore bodies that its present market value Is around $16 or $17 a share. But the fortunate thing for Park City, as well as other camps. Is that new mines are constantly being developed to take the place of those flat have begun to wane. During the past year the Daly Judge and Little TTTil have made notable advances and ths best opinion is that they have not yet reached the seqlth of their greatness. If It shall prove true, as many conservative mining snd business men believe, that the Bllver King has passed its acnith forever, and that hereafter it wui produce ores snd values far less than heretofore, there will be much regret in Utah and Saif Lake, for which this splendid mins has dons so much. Salt Lake, May 19. The News ays: The recent behavior of ' Silver King stock is only one more demonstration of the fact that there cornea an end to tho painty days of all mine. Proper ties which may be considered to be valued at millions of dollars today, Are Never Without in Pe-ru-- na the Home for Catarrhal Diseases. $1-2- B. D. FOSS. 110 B. E. tk street, Minneapolis, Minn writes! 1 wian to congratulate you on your xnadicint, Parana. I have bees a sufferer with catarrh of the stomach for over two years, but sines 1 have commenced to taka yonr remedy I have been steadily Improving untifnow I can safely any I feel no mors of my old trouble, and as a matter of course, 1 will always hsvs a good word fox FOUND DEAD Sudden End to ths Life of Georgs Dean in City Creak Canyon. D. Salt Lake, May 19. The News says: Death rame with startling suddenness last night to George D. Dean of the Second municipal war This morning his lifeless body was found at the brick tank In City Creek canyon, where he was employed as tankman. - Tbe cause of death la not known, though It Is belirved that it was due to natural causes and occurred while Dean was sleeping, though a spoon and glass with a mysterious sediment were found In the front room. It was a muddy white in color and Is being held pending an Investigation by the cot one r. Tbe body wss brought down the canyon today In the patrol wagon and taken to the home of the deceased, An official 967 West Second South. Inquiry into the cause of death has been instituted and arrangements are being made to bold the funeral Some time to morrow. Interment Is to he st Mt. Olivet at an hour yet to be declfled time been employed as night tankman ht the brick tank. He goes on duty at 11 o'clock. Last night In came up ths canyon early and reported for work st B. The man on duty before thst hour was F. C. Peterson. Mr. Peterson tells ms thst Dean came along singing and happy and was apparently in the best at spirits. Whan I went to work this morning I noticed something quite unusual. The lanterns were burning In the house. I went to the door and called out laughingly that he had better get up sad not sleep so long as the city would soon be without water. I got no reply and thought it was still stranger. Then I went to the bed and he looked natural enough, but when 1 felt of his hands and body 1 found they were very cold. It took only a minute to discover he was dead. Then I went to the telephone and notified all concerned, Including the police, cor oner, undertaker and family. "I think, continued Cspt. Berry, that be died a natural death, but there was one thing I dont understand, and that is the presence in the front room of a spoon snd glass with a dark, muddy sediment In them. I am holding them for the coroner. They may contain the leavings of a dose of medicine and they may contain something else. Of course It may be poison, but I don't know. An analysis will determine that. I have never seen or known him to use a glass In.thL manner or to take medicine of any kind. Still he may have dona so. Dean was 62 years of age and a Grand Army veteran, with a member ship in the McKean post, of this city. He was horn in Massachusetts and had been in the employ of tbe Rio Grande railroad company as machinist for nineteen year. He served one term In the cKy council, being elected from the Second municipal ward, and his term expired on tho 1st of January last. Then he accepted a position un der the American party administration s tankman and was filling that place when the summons came. His only relative here Is his aged wife, who Is overwhelmed with grief st the sudden ness of his death. Hon. F. J. Hewlett, former president of the city council, of which Mr. Dean was a member, has callsd a meeting of all the members of that body it 4 o'clock this afternoon in the council chamber. At this meeting arrangements will be made for the old council to attend the funeral of Mr. Dean in Resolutions of respect and a body. condolence will be adopted. THIRTEEN MONTHS FOR UTAH LAWYER. Judge Marshall Impose! That Penalty of Legislature. on Salt Lake. May 1$. The News says Judge Marshall of the federal court today passed sentence on R. B. Shepard, lawyer, book dealer and of the Utah legislature, for sendliterature ing lewd md obscene through the United States mails The penalty inflicted was thirteen months on each of two counts. The sentences, however, run concurrently. The case has been a notorious one for months. Much of It has been of that character that It could only be referred to In general terms The forenoon, being the time for the parsing of sentenre. the court room was filled with prominent lawyers and friends of the accused. All listened with rapt attention to tha proceedings and there stillness when was an almost death-lik- e Judge Marshall spoke the words that told the fate of Mr. 8bepsrd. The penalty Imposed wa. as stated, thirteen months on each count. The maximum penalty under the law. Is five years' Imprisonment or a fins of $3,001), I And that In my ease Peruna day, and have gained ten pounds. I took your Parana accord lng to directions, and the result waa more than I expected. I can now breaths with ease, and alao my cough la stopped. I had it fur six months before I took down wttn the grip. MI took no other npdlcine but Peruna and It accomplished all. You told m In your first letter that Parana would curs ms snd it has. Peruna. recommend It to all my friends.1 Mrs Magdalena Winkler, Route 4, Westminster, Md., writes! "I thank you very much for your advice. 1 can safely say thst Peruna and Manalin have saved my life. When 1 wrote to you tho first time, asking yonr advice, my. condition wss so poor thst 1 did not expect to live through tha winter, but now I am perfectly healthy. 1 cannot praise yonr medicine enough snd'I reoommend It to Is a I am now at work every flash builder. 1 1 sm'seventy-tbrs- s years oldjand caa attend to my work and business usual. Mrs. Theone Mlkkelsoa, Brigham City, Utah, writes : I wish to thank yon for all ths goos Parana has dons ms. 1 am mllreJy Ire from ths cough which used to bether ms so much every winter. My kidneys srs also In good condi tlon, and I fssl stronger and batter all over. For all these others.' I give ths credit to n busiT. T. Mark! and, a your excellent medness man of Cincinnati, O., writes from icine, Parana. I am pleased to recoin $100 Woadbnrn A vs., as follows: mend It to everybody . Vat a number of years requests have come to ms from a Rrvhed Formula. be given asllght laxative qualmultitude of grateful friends, urging that have been experimenting with a laxative addition for qnits a length of ity. Iand now teal gratified to announce to the friends of thst I have intime, a quality In the medicine which, in my opinion, can only un corporated suoh n beneficial character. base Gs B. B. IIabthax, U. D well-know- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru--na wall-know- upon. Capt. C. R. Berry, who found the body, said: "Ur. Deag has for some g ARE THE PALMY DAYS OF THE SILVER KING GONE? THE OID FOLKS AT HOME THE MODERN BICYCLE r 'v t r f v, The Iver Johnson Truss Frame Come and see It, We sell it 4 for service. Unequalled foe quality. Unsurpassed - ( $5 yean on the mulct. Sacked by reputation and capital. . The Name IVER JOllNSON Stands lor and STABILITY? RELIABILITY Cjydeent an HoDcst'tYicc,' we have it. If you want an Honest Prices ranrfa from ZW ftgy $2900 to $50.00 until you have seen tbe 1906 Ivia Jomnon. 351 Twenty -fourth Street or both, in the discretion of the court. Ther is no minimum penalty fixed by the statutes so It will he seen thst the defendant did not fare so badly at the hands of the ceurt . as some of his friends had feared. A motion for a new trial was strongly argued by S. P. Armstrong, one of the oountel for the defendant. The court overruled the motion, after which Judge O. W. Powers spoke for the accused. He spoke briefly, but earnestly and eloquently, asking that leniency be shown to Mr. Shepard for the character he had bed all his life. If deserving of punishment, Judge Powers thought thst his client had already received all the chastisement that he merited. . Tho sentence mentioned was then pronounced by Judge Marshall. While apparently feeling keenly the I tuition. Mr. Shepard did not display visible emotion, and shortly after the words of the court had been uttered thst fixed the penalty for the offense of which the accused had been pronounced guilty, the latter left the building in company with his attorneys and a number of friends. Counsel for Mr. Bhepsrd state that they will appeal the case to the higher court. They hsve ten days in which to file a bond of $3,000. upon which action the case will go to the supreme court, tbe defendant In the meantime being at liberty on the bond as it now stands. STUDYING BLEEPING SICKNESS. Prof. Robert Koch, Berlin. May-19- . who returned to 'equatorial Africa in March, ia order to continue the stody March, in order to continue the study of tropical-diseases- , has writtsn-to-tlt- s Berlin MedicarSorlety sayingithat he has become so .interested In his fur ther researches, especially In connection with the sleeping sickness thst he will not return to Germany for years and, therefore, he has resigned the presidency of the society. SHOCKS IN ALABAMA. 1. A shock supBrims. Ala., May In posed to be an earthquake occurred toearly county, Marengo Myrtlewood. a day. The tren.or lasted about halfthe minute and woke the residents of town. No dam'ige was done. . DAVITT BUFFERS RELAPSE. Dsvitt. Its Dublin', May suffered a relapse and a prominent surgeon has bees callsd Jn consultat tion. OOOOOOOOOOOpO UNION LABOR BANK. Chicago. May 19. The Commonwealth Trust ft Savings bank. Chicagos first Union Labor banking Institution, opened Its doors today. Hie bank Is organized tinder the law cf Arizona and has an authorized capital of $2j000,906 divided into shares of $5 each. This capitalization has been reduced to goOO.OOO. ha'f of which has been subscribed for. The managing officers of the bank are practlca'l bankers snd men of long experience. The board of directors Is com-- . posed of r.cn who are prominent In the labor world.