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S THE BALK W;AKE XRIBUSTE; MONDAY MOKJLNG-. JANUARY IS, 1904. Ij
I- AGAINST IT
Hello Bill" Company Has
MANAGER 'UNDER Aft RE ST
liaged Violation of Contract i
ompany Is a Good One, and Hrs
iPlayed to Four Large Audiences
in Salt Lake.
The "Hello Bill" Theatrical company
jsod its season with the performance
en In ihls city Saturday night, and
sterday Melville Kellogg, of the firm
Goodhue & Kellogg-, managers, was
:iint of four of the members of the
sbanded company, charging him with
Ing an absconding debtor. Kellogg
is taken before Judge Diehl, who held
in under 5200 bonds to appear In the
.MI division of the City court at 10
lock this morning to answer (o the
ACTORS PAID IX FULL.,
rhe actors admit that they were pnld
I full for their services up to and In
iding last night's performance, but
ry claim lo hold contracts which pro
be that they can not be discharged
lor lo the close of the -theatrical sca
k without two weeks' notice or two
ek.s' pay The arrested manager con
jds that he has the r!ghtto close tho
i&on at any time he pleases, without
ing required to give the two weeks'
tie? mentioned In tho contract.
PLAYED TO GOOD HOUSES.
Che disbanding of the company here
ne as a surprise to the public as well
to the actors, it having played to
iwdcd houses throughout its engage
nt at the Grand of three night pcr
mances and a Saturday matinee, and
s said that Its business has been gen
illy good on Its tour of the Pacific
ist. -Members of the company ex
An, hou-vcr, that the management
aino afflicted with cold feet on ac
mt of the outlook for bad business
the return trip East and, having
.ten well ahead at the game here,
Ided to hold to what It had by dis
ldlns and allowing tho actors to' make
lr own way back to New York as
t they might.
DEMAND "WAS TURNED DOWN,
'he first intimation the members of
company had that their engagement
s to be terminated here. It In said,
s when at the close of Saturday
ht's performance they were confront-
u. jjitutllii IWIJV.I1 iuiu IJCfll pusicu
the stage door giving them notice
t the sea?on had closed for the "Hello
1" company nnd directing Its mom
's to call on. thormahager "at 30 a. m.
terday for the week's salary which
s due them. They were paid the
:k's salary as promised, but when de
nd was made for the fulfillment of
two waeka' hotlcp clause of the
ilraet" they were turned down, it
3 then that four of the actors put
ir beads together and in the name
Frank Mostyn Kelly, one of their
'nber. brought the lcgal action against
r.agrr ICclioggfor a total of about
) hich they' claim to be due ac
ding to their contracts.
MANAGER SAYS "HOLD-UP."
Vhei Manager Kellogg was seen at
Kenyon hotel last evening he made
it of the .irtlon at law.
r have .no statement to make." he
1. "There is simply nothing to Jt
is not, a case of being stranded or
dishahdinsr the, company. I simply
'.' ITt to" close the season here, so far
the 'Hello BUI' company Is con
ned, which I had a perfect right to
The members of (he company were
aged simply for 'the season,' and
re "wns no stipulation as to"when
season would end. A great many
ipanjes which start out from New
k close their seasons on the Pacific
at and nothing is thought of it. Klaw
Erlaliger Just recently took one of
ir 'Ben Hur' companies off the road
houL notice, on account of the Iro
!s fire. Managers always reserve
right to close when they please and
:-re they please. I paid my people
ry edit I owed them. Six members
the company accepted the ."ituation
cefully, but these four thought they
a cli.iiu-o lo hold' me up for more
ney and concluded to make me all
trouble they could. "We shall ace
it the court says about it. 1 shall
nil to Chicago and may put on r.n-
?r play In a few weeks, but ft will
with an entirely new company."
ARE GOOD PEOPLE,
he ' Hello 13111" company was a very.
1 balanced aggregation of accom
hed actors which was well received
and many o the local theatrical
p.o- who yesterday became acquaint
uilh the , Ircumstances of the ills
dim nt wore- Inclined lo criticize
ur severely what they termed ihc
ust treatment which had been ac
1 d the plaers by the munagfmenl.
lie the member of the companv are
left wholly without moans, "there
ft w of llu-ni who have sufilcient to
y them to their headquarter in
York and to bo stranded so far
rt hoim in the mid-t of the regular
n without the prospect of another
agemcnt makes the situation appear
icr gloomy lo tht.m.
H GOV, WELLS AT HOME.
iH Wot Wait for the Other "Utah
iH Delegates to the Live-Stock
iHtx Hcber M. V.'cIIh returned l.ini
lHit omi the Oregon Short Line, anil
lwidcra F J llnKi'nbnrth of lhr Uvc
lHk association Is expected today. Tho
lH of the Utah dolfgatloii to the National
-Slnck ay.ioclatlon meeting In Porl
iH will co to San KhmicIkco and then
.r lo Salt Lake ovur the Southern Pa-
lI'V. "Wills said he had hail :i very
iHsimL lrii unit had enjoyed the conven
very much, but he did not cue to
iH merit upon the work, dune by tho cat-iHt-n
nor prognosticate rcsuKU for Utah,
iH.h an expected to be of considerable
English Trainers Who Won Thousands in 1903.
(3 BLACKWELL. ' nrrISL''
RUSSIAN PEASANT RULE
Draft of Code Under Czar's
S8ME OF THE FEATURES
Peasant Classes Must Romain
Separate From Othars.
Nobility Will Select Representatives
on Committees, Which Are to Put
New Law Into Operation.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 17. Minister of the
Interior Plcvnc has completed the draft
of tho peasant code, or schemo for tho
peasant reforms ordered In the Czar's re
cent manifesto and It will probnbly bo
j-cnt to the local committees throughout
tho cniplro within a few days.
Mombcra of the nobility In each province
and district will be allowed to elect repre
sentatives on those committees, but the
Jicmstvos (or elective provincial assem
blies composed of landed proprietors and
rflirnsnnt.nlll'nK nf fllf nrllunuu nml imne.
ants) will bo appointed by tho Govornors.
The committees will be allowed freedom
to discuss the project and propose any
changes therein, except on three points
which the Emperor baa reserved from dis
cussion, namely, that the peasant class
must remain entirely separate legally from
tho other classes: that the commune Is to
remain untouched by legislation and that
the peasant lands are to remain inaliena
ble. These points stamp the forthcoming
legislation ns conservative In the main,
but the present chaos & so great and po
much room is left for the arbitrary con
duct of tho pollco and the local represen
tatives of the Ministry of' tho Interior, aa
well as of tho peasant courts and admin
Iclratlvc machinery and their commune
town meetings, that the Liberals declare
any codification would bo In tho lino of
The ministerial project proposes to re
tain the system of corporal punishment,
but the Emperor did not include this
among the matters not subject to change.
Tho Emperor regards the preservation of
the peasant class. . the retention of the
economic commune and the inalienability
of the peasunt land as necessary for tho
protection of the peasants from exploitation.
VOLTAIRE A CHURCH BUILBER
Judge Kinp Corrects Some Popular
Fallacies Concerning the Great
Vollaicc was a deist and not an atheist,
as preachers . picture him, according to
the statements of Judge V. II Klng
last night in his lecture on tlic famous
French author at Unitey church, on Sec
ond East between First and Second South
stree.ttv He not only believed in a God.
the speaker asserted, but built edifices of
worship for the peasants and encouraged
The lecture was lucid, intenselv Inter
esting and InsUncUve. Many of tho pop
ular conceptions and beliefs concerning
the great author were shattered during
the course of Judge KIiik'k remarks.
"Voltahv was butler than his ase In !
mora Is." he, said. ."AW cannot judgo a
man who lived at his 'lime bv the high
standards of iiioi-.i)h which are now ob
served. He slruek at superstition and
priestcraft and not at Christlanilv. lie
pleaded" for liberty nf conscience iind of
thought and ubhorred hypocrisy. Ills dy
ing word, wore. "I love my friends, do
not lmto my enemies and detest supersti
Following the address several musical
selections were rendered. Judge King
was frequently Inl-rrupted with applauso ,
during the lecture.
Alberta Gallalln optnii a thrteTKlghU
cnsagem.mL this evonlng at the Salt Uike
Theater in Ibsen's famous pbiv. "Ghouls."
Nelse Kriclison comes to Die Grand the-at-r
tonlghi Ton lialf the week, with "Yon
Yonsf.n." one of the best of the Swedish
Red Man Slain by Train.
Itoss Fork, Ida.. Jan. IT. It. O. Spender,
a half-breed Yakima Indian, was htrm-U
by a freight train huro at o'clock last
night and seriously Injured. Ills ho.Tie Is
at Fort Slmcoe. 'Wash., and he vaa vis
iting the Indians of this redtrvation.
Klnp of Denmark Recovers.
Gmundeii. Austria. Jim. 17 King
Chrlstiun of Denmark, who Is now re
stored to health, left for Copenhagen to
day accompanied by his daughter, the
Uuehc-sa or Cumberland, and hlx non
Prlnci" TY.ildernar. j
Xew York, Jan. 17. Successful English trainers, as a rule, found 1!j03 a i
banner year so far a winnings for their stables were concerned. That mav
have been partially duo to Hie fact that the American horses which were on
Hit other side of tho Atlantic In the last season did not take kindly to the Eng
lish weather, which was at ils worst.
The most successful trainer in Kngland last seaaon was G. Blackwcll. of
Lagrange House. Newmarket. The horses which he had In charge won
Another trainer, also fioni Xewninrkct, A. J. Gilbert, of Green Lodge
finished the season with ?en.G.-,o to the credit of the horses he had in charge.
i. Fallen, of Fefheravon. won ?ii0.2.13.
- 1 " -
I WELL-SEASQNED HOB0.
I Harry Root Stopped a Ketchup Dot
tle With His Face, and Was
Harry Root, a hop flpnd,. presented a
horrifying sight when he emerged from
f the Famous restaurant on Commercial
street Saturday night with a peeled nose
and one sido of his face completely cov
' ercd with blood and ketchup. Officer
Fursler thought when ho first saw the
man that some one bad started lo flay
him alive and the . policeman would 'not
have been surprised to seo him drop dead
at his feet. Hut it developed that a '
ketchup bottle had been broken on Roofs
nose and the contents of Hie bottle emp
tied on bin face.
Root had applied at the back door of
tho restaurant for a handout.
"I have fed seven or eight of you fel
lows already today," said the cook, "and
1 think I'll pats you up."
"Well, youse hain't fed mo and T fink
I'll stand pal." was Root's aggravating
reply, as he Marled down the lino of eas
terners seated at tho lunch counter and
proceeded to panhandle them. When the
cook saw what the vag was doing ho
picked up the first thing at band, which
happened to be a ketchup bottle, and
shied It at the Intruder.
"If that don't hold you I'll give you one
out of tho Jraw," remarked the cook, an
he picked up a butcher knife anil started
from behind the counter. Hut Root had
seen his adversary's bond and refused to
slay with his ante. "Clubs l.i trumps
iitTJLin," he sighed sadly when lie met the
officer Just outside the door, "but all I
wants Is a so.ua re deal. See?"
Had the ketchup bottle taken Root
sfluuroly on the head Instead of strlklnc
the tip of his nose he would have been
laid out cold.
CANNON TO THE FRONT.
Tho Brigadier-General Is Still Look
ing for Trouble Over Evictions
I3rij:.-Gcn. John Q. Cannon. In com
mand of the troops In the Carbon county
coal fields, returned to. tho front ' yester
day, after spending a day In-the city. In
his report lo Adjt.-Gen. Hurton It was de
clared that conditions were peaceable in
the strike region and that no trouble had
occurred up to this time.
At Scofield. however, It is said that an
outbreak may occur at any time It ia
neutral ground and not owned by the com
pany and the strikers assert that they
w ill remain there as long as they please.
The company owns a few houses at that
iace anil evictions will begin there -toda.
The olllzens. It Is Said, fear trouble when
tho men are driven from their homes.
Gen. Burton staled last nlnht that If no
trouble or' violence occurred during tin;
v eck the' Slate troops would be recalled.
The evictions at Scofield will continue our- ;
iug tho week and if at the end of that
time no outbreak has occurred an oiilei
will be issued recalling the militia.
UNDER COVER OF 6UNS. j
Two Suspected Safe Crackers Run
Down in Kansas by Band of
Farmers and Citizens.
Paula, Kan.. Jan. 17. Two men. giving I
their names as Charles Carney, aged ."J. I
of St. I'aul, Minn., and Thomas Hurei-s. I
aged It", of Rutto, Mnnl.. who aie sus
pected of atlonpling to rob tho Rank rf
Cleveland, Mo., and of blowing open a
safe In the Missouri, Kansas Texas sta
tion with idtro-Kl.veerlne, wrecking the
safe and ilu; Interior of tin; station of
Louiaburg last night, were .surrounded and
captured near here today by a posse of
i' farmers and members of tho Anll
Moisrihlef association, who had been on
their trail since da light.
Several shots were tired before the men
surrendered. Xo one was hurl. Tho men
bad In their possession revolvers, ahimu
I nlllon and nltro-glyeerlne.
Cache County Receives Apportion
ment of tho State Fund Logan
Educator Called to St. Louis.
I.ogau, Jan. 1". County Superintendent
George M. Thomson today received JIU,
7 ICS", tho same being Cache county's ap
lKirtlonment of thu S'JUI.SIS.'-T; of State
school funcl3 recontly apportioned by
Statu Superintendent A. C. Nelson. School
pcpulutlon, -IG'Jl; per capital J3.37. No ap
portionment wns made to Alto school dls. k
trlct, they having forfeited their rltht U'jJvJ
year by not holding school.
Logan City received 57213.52 at the s:u '
i ate for a school population of 209.
Prof. X a Thomas, one of Lognu"i
ynung nnd prominent educators, left the
rhy today for SI. Louis, where he lias ;n--cepted
a position as analytical chemist
with one of the largest chemical manu
facturing establishments In tho l'nlte.1 i
States. Prof. Thomas rccoUcd an early I
education In the public schools and Iho I
Agricultural college of Utah. He then
held the position of principal of the Ren- i
son school, one of our large central
schools, fur several years. Later, desir- '
Ing to further his education, he left for i
Ilarvaml college, where he spent three I
years in his chosen profession, that of
chemistry, taking his bachelor's degree
last June. Logan Is extremely sorry to
lose Mr. Thomas, but all Join in one ac
cord In congratulating hni on his good
fortune and wish him ee-s- josslblo success.
LAKES llSaflB sl&CURTAIHa'i
Three Nights and Matinee
In Ibsen's Widely
"Tho Greatest Work of the Greatest
Living Dramatist." New York Sun.
Direction of GEORGE IT. I3RENNAN.
Prices Night. l!dc to fl.50. Matinee
Carrlaoea may he order -d for 10:1".
I" Once in a while you find a man S
who haf used "That Good Coal-' S
and yet has gone to some other k ;
place to deal. This simply shows P
thct while we do the best we k 1
can b people, we can't always E
hold all the business In town, B
5 even on so good a proposition as fv !
j "That Good Coal." R
I -lei I ;
a Meighn St. 1 j
g Succsssor to Pleasant Valley j
e Coal Company. E. j
The Arithmetic j
j of it is this :
A teasot for S10, will last, 3
3 mnybe, 2 years; cost per year, i
! S5. A teasst for S25 will last,
j probably, 25 years; cost per jj
i year, $1. ij
We could sell you either one, j
but our policy is to furnish re- 1
j liable goods nt reasonable prices.
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
J"v:v.'.TTJ.".VAIirt.i.liVl-. JAM.'. J.w.J n m j
picture Framing ;
!at Popular Prices. :
American Wall Paper Co. .
j: 6 E. THIRD SOUTH.
CARPJiNTKa CONTRACTOR, fj) ,
'Phone 10M-Z. ffl I
H F. WILLIAMS, W J
ir.'' e. ?Nr so. cj ,
All kinds o' woodwork. Including H 1
ery thing from the making or models B I
.ind patums to repalrinc or building 3 1
i liinose a j
PAT! ICRX-M VKER RKPAIRINO H I
BEIVLX AND MIRRV 5K
20? Auerliach Ruliding SH
O filer Tl ,V.- Re IV VJA-7,
m lake mw
KENYQN HOTBIL, j
California and i3acnn TtVtrjyt,
E Offend your good judgment or botray your confidence by ch , lj
I 100 PER CENT PROFIT I
j As some houses do that tve know of; it's a practice that io f0ii
only by tho fakir, nnd tho dealer who is tAking- advantage of
j long acquaintance. Tho long polo reaches tho persimmons. Ctlty
j IT'S HAND-TAILORED CLOTHES 'f
LIVE AND LET LIVE PROFITS 1
Your money back for the asking way of doing' business ti
b making us new friends cvci-y day.
THIS WEEK 35 DISCOUNT . 9
I ON OUR. ENTIRE STOCK. 1
217 S. Main S'U
OODBIE-Pim EUaJO G& 9& ZsJa CSty. Utah, Jntj. M
I u Belter Than fj
If Quinine9' Si
I Ur Walter's laxative Cold i
Tablets do nil the Rood Hint qui- F
I nine does without the disagree- i
tf.M aiile etTecta. head noises, otc. f!Q
The iirst flose relieves the head-
af he. fever, congestion and Htuf- Gfl
r fmes which usually accompanv jij i
Mfl ifdils and la grippe. The cure 4
peedlly follow.1. One or two ;
d-ifir.s will break up n Cold or GW J
fft. firippe. it's a splendid proven- ;jc 1
43 tive as well ns a trusted cure. 4S 1
K. Box 25c. 5
Bruehl & FranKen, '
Southeast Corner IVIain and '
Third South Streets, Salt
AGENTS FOR LIQUOZONE. 3ji 1
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
& POSBTBVE GURK
rV n of th Uladder and DUwl
' - il KIdneya. No ours no p.T.
ftr??,v!a Oz-n, qnlctljr nd Pcrn-.-
i;'tti-,i ly nontly ih wont "ia-ej o
VVi X W OonnrrhOrcttilKKH,
H JCfX r no ratttorof hoirloaif tia.
V$51?r la-. Abaolctelr hkznxl. '
Yv I e'd b ltsirlti. PTioo
irfr-" 81 00 OT bJ" mail, L03t-'aid.
WaWHS SAHTAL-PEPS1H CO.,
'igij crLLXFONTAItlS OHIO.
F. J. HILL, DRUG CO.. Salt Lake CiCr.
f WHEN YOU WANT
1 TO BUY OR. SELL
I REAL ESTATE I
Thero's a reaaon why 7
I should se
IB HOME PROVIDER, J
78 "West Second South.
At the Sign: "Whose Roof II
Over Your j
Jetv el ry . tM
Lowest pnce In tho city Ujum
I have a reputation for Y
expert watch and jewelry MI
SAL SICKLE, H
75 Yj Second South St j'tfl
Bat. Com'I and State St
ON ALL CAR LINE3. M
Try It The Next Time Yl
Go Up. 'M
8. C BNG. Proprietor 9
Hradquarlsru for mining men
men. RATES $2 A DAY ANT) UPJB
I A BIG CRASH IN SHIRT PRICES . -4!
I JMS1 "'wntory. Fouinl oiuwlvs ,veislo,Ur.,l on men's sHirls. Tho order 1ms gone out: Move them quid:. Tost nnd lM
prbfil arc not consKlfi'pil. Values run tssf tw
X THl-, $IM), l.2r. :in(l.J?1.r,0. Choice : -
. X See show Avintlow for tlisph.y. Sliir nnd sofl bosom. With and' wiMiouV Vo'lIaVs. ' M
t A DELAYED SHIPMENT OF FALL AND WINTER. ODD PANTS JUST ARRIVED !
' X BEHK THEYO-- "-'l0li0 PaHen,s- Tl,p "'.tiiurac-iiirerfl sny .ell ll.em, even at a loss, nil Hop than ship then. bade. P0 J
X ,t,r nnC;'2'l Wi!.ei!.l,ice :50; ''c- $:;-00' sa,e P" 52 .23: reg. $3.50, sale price ?2.G5: re-. 4.00, sale price ?::.00; 9
X i-eff. o. 00, sale price :!.io; vog. 15.00, sale price d. DO. Etc e4c f
X CHipKE'S ODD KXKID PANTS BALK. AlMvool. Ke. Toe and $1.00 values. Your choice 5Qp. lffl
X Men s, boys and children s waters everything reduced 2r, percent ak
I lar priees300 T cl,i,(,m) suis and overcosijls. Prices cut from one-fourth to one-hnlf oiT rcgii- W
t . THfis SALE WILL POSITIVELY LAST BUT ONE WEEK, iW
X . At the. prices we name the goods will liardlv last that lou" ' IK;
. J R.OWE (& KELLY CO., 132 MAIN I