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K 2. The Salt Lkb Tfjbiinis? Fbiday Morstdstg-, Jaihtajry 22, 1904. 1
I I SHE WOULD BE FREE
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1 Serious Charges (Vlade by
i c , IVIrs. Heagren.
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! LEFT HER WHEN SHE WA.i ILL
I Charged With Beating Hrsr en
Hit Her on the Head With a Punch-
ing- Bag and Deserted Her for
I Another Woman.
The amended divorce complaint Med by
Alba L. Heagren nirainst Edward B.
Hongrcn. Ip the District court yesterday.
Is ono of tho most sensational paper.? o
; Its kind ever recorded In the cour.ts of
' this State. The crounds alleged In the
Ij, complaint ore cruel and Inhuman treat
s' i mcnt. and of 3iich a nature as to be
I almost Incredible of belief.
1 , Tho plaintiff alleges that she and the
1 defendant married In this city on Dc
B comber 14. 1501. and that for more than
I a year tho defendant has been guilty of
I extreme cruelty. During the Christmas
I holidays tho defendant Is alleged to have
1 told the plaintiff that If she received
1 nny presents from her parents or bro
I ihers or recognized them In any way, she
H could pack her things and go back lo
wL them, and threatened to eject her. "When
V 1 she, was weak and In a dellcato condl
H tlon nnd asked the defendant to get some
I coal for a fire, he Is alleged to have an-
swercd. "Xh In hell ain't there, nnd
Hi what In hell did I get you for, anyway?"
HI He Is charged with having struck her
1 over tho head with a punehlng-bag".
M moiv.lv to liuruIHnto hor: and that, while
I If In the presence of visitors and friends.
II to hnrass her, took her In his grasp and
II twisted her body In every possible shape.
J On nnother occasion she alleges that
0 she entreated him not to go to the then-
BiT-r- tm nnd followed him to the door with
I J'. their child in her arms, asking him to
Il-JJ kiss the bnbo before he went, and that
1 he brutnlly closed the door upon the
Kh plaintiff's arm. causing her grcnt pain.
J.l The plaintiff states that if her arm had
J rot been caught in the door. It would
I I have closed upon the baby's head.
'i In the month of July. 1903, when the
plaintiff and little child were both ill.
M1 the defendant Is charged with having
t gone to the racetrack, and remained
r a way until 10:30 o'clock at nlglit. Tho
KJ next morning, it is alleged, tho child
'V'l died, "and tho defendant, notwlthstand-
'1L Ins tle condition of plnlntlff's health, left
jrt her alone with their dead child from C
o'clock In the morning until 4 o'clock in
Uil lno afternoon of said day."
' lie Is charged with having refused to
,jr, speak to the plaintiff for days at a time,
,E md to have treated her In a churlish
!rl manner, offering no excuso for his ac-
, ' Mons: with having refused to send for
h a doctor when the plaintiff was seriously
i; 111, and to have thrown her out of bod
' i rnto the floor, greatly endangering her
J life. Another charge la "The defendant
L ' has neglected tho plnlntlff In the even-
' 1 Inff and has nought the society and en-
: 1 gaged himself In the entertainment of
another woman, namely. Miss Llllle An-
j derson:" and the plaintiff alleges that on
ii or about the ".'1st day of December. 1993.
! ind on or about the 30th day of Dccem-
'T hor, 1&03. the defendant represented to
i he plaintiff that he was going to his
1L 'odge. the Woodmen of the "World, but
'ff In ti-uth and In fact, on both the said
ft occasions, the defendant went out In the
9 , evening and met tho said Lllllo Andcr-
. ffln and took hr to the ploy In tho
fil ' Grand Theater, nnd on those occasions,
! A when the plaintiff remonstrated with tho
1 I1 defendant for his conduct In that re-
i pppct. he bos treated rnr with contempt
nnd has refused to tell her anything
jj .TbOut thf matter,
j f Thr plaintiff asks for permanent all-
I ,', nony In thp sum of $15 per month, and
. . that she be restored to her maiden name
'jl of Alba L. Fullmer.
Ij Jy TWO CONDEMNATION SUITS.
I Oregon Short Lino After Terminal
' It Two condemnation 3iilta were brought
1 1,1. sn the District court ycsteiday by the
' Oregon Short Line Railroad company,
' 1 which desires to hnvo certain property
L condemned lor its use In enlarging Its
i j terminal facilities In this city. Tho de-
' fondants In the first suit are Sarah Ann
11 SaiUon. Lorenzo D. Kinney. Charles G.
' Ootirlay. John M. Moor", Eugene G. St.
', h f lair- and James A. Lott. and their prop-
i 31 orty Is described as all of the south half
mi of blook C3, Kinney & Gourlny's improved
I V city plat.
I ft The defendants named "in the second
i V .suit are Joseph J. Sncll. Eliza M. Snell,
i fj. Salt Lake City. Philip Modcr. George F.
I Bragg and Robert Smyth. The property
Ii owned by these defendants, which tho
i V plaintiffs ask to have condemned, la let
f1 U. 15 and 16, block 1, Lake View subdi-
j! MRS. ANSTEE SET FREE.
V Husband Claims He Was Forced by
j r! an Officer to Marry.
J,, Hattic Chose Anstce was granted a dc-
i sf crce of dlvorco from Fred J. Anstec on tho
Jj ground of. falluro to provide with the
' r necessaries of life by Judge Hall In tho
Vj District court yesterday. The suit was
fr brought some time ago, and a sensational
answer- and cross-complaint was filed by
r I the defendant. Anstce alleged that Dctec-
I ' B tlvc George Chase had coerced him Into
J7 marrying his daughter. Uc said thai
1 J j Phase had threatened his life unless ho
-narried the girl, and that he married her
for fear that tho alleged threat would be
f. carried out. The defendant, however, did
. c-iv not contest the suit In court, The parties
? were married In this city on December 12,
I Hi Court ITotes.
M Judgment for $163) and costs was ren-
u derd by Judge Hall In the District court
1 3 ; yesterdav n the case of Waller Tj. Prlco
ijif vs. the Consilldated RaMway and Power'
IJ In the cas; of the National Eank of the
fy Republic against the Shoebrldgo Bonanza
m, Alining company. Judgment was rendered
if In favor of the plaintiff for $1.20 In the
"l District court yesterday.
! V William W- Clark brought suit In tho
' A Dtetrlcl court yesterday against Elmer B.
. 7J Jones and Charles D Rooklldgo to re
iff cover Judgment In the sum of 2zt) for ser-
fii; vlcen alleged to have been rendered lu 8e-
4J. rurlng a" valuable mining speculation for
. n defendarita, out of which they realized
' '18, n.fJ3.
rf Albert T. Fletcher, a contractor and car-
J r "enter of Salt X,ake Ct made appllca-
V . Hon yesterday for a' decreis of bankruptcy.
I'ja w-Ith HabllJtlea at 51tSL?5; assets, J17C3. and
ill xempt assets of 5110D.93. Most of the
I iff debts are promissory notes secured bv
,jrj mortgage on real ectate, of which Mr,
1f Fletcher slated that ho owns ?1GI0 worth.
'.X A Guaranteed Cure for Files.
Hj Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protrud-
f Ing Piles Your druggist will refund
s money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to
. j! cure you In $ to H days. &)c,
Stage Fire Extinguisher.
New York. Jan. 20. Slncp Ihe Iroquois theater fire In Chicago Oscar Hnm
merstein has been at work perfecting a device which he believes will make fires
on theater slaves Impossible. lie ha3 had consultations with Mayor McCIellon
and FIro Chief Hayes, and has patented the apparatus.
The Idea In brief 1b to deluge every part of the stage completely and suddenl
from water pipes, which will take the place of the gridiron way up under the
roof. The water will come from two Immense tanks on the roof, from which It
will flow in torrents upon the turning of a wheel or the pulling of a chain on the
stage upon the first Intimation of fire.
PUPILS MOVE UPWARD
Mid-Year Graduates Headed
far High School.
BRIGHT BOYS AND -GIRLS
Good Crop Is Turned Gut at
Classes and Closing1 Programmes at
the Union and Bryant This
Tho mid-year graduates from the eighth
grade In the Lincoln, Union and Bryant
schools will hold exercises In tjiclr respec
tive buildings today. - The exorcises In the
Lincoln school will be held at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon, at the. Bryant and at the
Union at 1-20 o'clock in tho afternoon. The
programme and list of graduates of the
Lincoln school were published In yester
day morning's paper. Those of the other
two schools arc as follows: " K
PROGRAMME OF BRYANT SCHOOL.
Chorus "Now the Music Soundeth"
Inez Van Sant, nccompanlst.
Piano duet "Comedy Overture"
Mrytle Brain and Merle Lynch.
Webster va. Ciay ,
Ada Ferguson and Waldo Midglev
Chorus Lullaby from "Ermlnlc.
Quarrel Scene from Julius Caesar
., John Hancock and Herbert Ross
Recitation. ."Prior to Ml&s Belle's Ap
pearance" Vera Rich
Piano solo "Tho Spinning Wheel"
Inez Van Sant.
Presentation of certificates
B. S Young of Board of Education
Vocal duet "When Life i Brightest"
Margaret Harris and Mamio Oakason.
Names of graduates Leonora Nuttcll.
Incs Nebcker, Walter Nielsen, Mabel
Parry, James Palmar, Edna Rich, John
Rldd, Wllford Rlncr. John Sproat. Mar
garet Simpson, George Schluter. Mervlu
Schlutcr. Edna Sorensen, Llua Tlmpson.
Nellie Teakle, Mamie-Thomas, Margaret
Taylor. Gay Vance. Cecelia "Wardrop.
Leda. Wallace, Lurda Woollcy, Letter
Wallace. Andrew "Wisslng. JSllzabeth Wil
liams, Alice Wcblcry. Ellen Bocker, Ra
chel Bauman. Hazel Bailman, Violet
Bath, Ethel Ball, Annabcll Bocker. Earl
Coombs. Thomas Coath. Ethel Ind Cook.
I-aura Dwycr, Carrlo Emmerston. Lynn
Fairbanks, Ruth Fernslrom. Nettle Gray,
Ethel Goodyear, Jnmes Holladay. Ethel
Hayward, lfettlo Hoslam, Margaret Har
rison, Thomas Harmon, Annie Jacobsen,
"William Langton, Emma Lake, Clara
Maughan, Frank McKcan.
PROGRAMME OF UNION SCHOOL.
.Leila Tlmpson and Leda Wallace
Claso Prophecy Linda Woolcj-
Quartettc. "Down "Whero tho Cotton
Eugene Hallady, Will Langton, Lester
Wallace, James Palmer.
Address... Prln. Eaton of the High School
Solo, "Good-bye Is Not Farewell"
Vocal duct. "The Guiding Star"....
. Alice Webley nnd Nellie Ttaklo
Address .Superintendent Chrlstonsr-n
Song and chorus, "Red. White and
Blue" Laura Diyycr and Class
Nnracs of graduates Edna Alley, Clara
May Bush, Kathorlno Barnett. Harold C.
Bates, Alice R. Bennett. Garnet Buckle,
Raymond E. Eoos. Ralph H. Brough. El
sie F Brown. Myrtle Brain, Edward R.
Calllster, Ralnh Camomile. Harold M.
Gaboon. Bert Drlscoll, Arthur Ellis. Mar
garet Hazel Ellis. Edward L. Egll. Ed
mund Pnul Evans. Stlvy Engllman. IIi?d
vlg Charlotte Esterblom. Addle Fletcher.
Erma Fenton. Ada L. Ferguson, Emily
Feverycar. Evoo F. Gllaon. Hugh L.
Glenn. Jr.. Emory M. Hedges. Margaret
Harris. Lulu Franc Harr. Ethol May Har
vey. Charles Hines. John H. Hancock,
Katlo Jones. Frank Lathrop, John Lau
rltson. .Merle Lynch. Louise Lelpslgor,
Kuthleen Helen McCooey. Maude May
Mealey. Katlo J. Marron, Jack Miller, Em
erson McDonald, Bessie S. Noslon. Llllle
Odd, Pettronalla M. Oblad. Dagmar. M.
Orlob, Gronway Paxry, Dorothy Partridge,
George Peterson. Nellie Roslna Qulnn,
Bernard D. RohlUng, Alonzo Romney,
Herbert S. Robs. Vera Rich, Davy Rog
awskv. Alice M. Shepherd, Martha Smith,
John M. Tuckfleld, Fannie M. Taylor. Al
bert R. Unger, Inez M. Van Sant. Bessie
YVorthcn, Frank Whitney, Jack William
son, Eva Wilkinson, Edith Woolley, Min
nie Williams. Retta Young. Isabella Zen
ger, Olga Peterson, Frances Gilberg, Ma
bel Iimbounic, Dolores Pierce, Mamie
Oakason, Annlo Crowe.
BANGER FROM THE EAST.
People Fear Importation, of Typhoid
Fever From Leadvillo, Whero
nn Epidemic Exists.
It Is feared that travelery will bring
typhoid fever to Salt Lake from Lcad
ville. Colo., where an epidemic is
raging, there being over r00 cases at
the present time. Claude E. Cooper,
secretary of the State Board of Health
of Cblorado, has made a thorough in
fpcctlon of the water supply of Lead
vllle and thinks it Is contaminated.
There Is no doubt about the diagnosis
of tho disease. A source of danger to
the border towns Is the Arkansas river,
which Is likely to become contam
inated. The situation Is serious, as the
disease Is spreading rapidly.
Slifi Likes Good Tools.
Paul Nolun of tho Rio Grande freight
olllce had si laughable experience yes
terday wltHi a nervy woman on a
street car. He had a peculiar pair of
relssors which lie exhibited, and the
woman'who ?at across the way reached
over and .said: "Le me sec those." Mn
Nolan accomodated her, and after an
inspection of Ihem she put them In her
bap-. He waited a decent length of
time and askcid for their return, hut
she did not give them up, even at the
third request. He got them, however,
by talcing them.
Not Bancroft's Daughters,
The Omaha Bee circulated a -?tory
this week about Mr. Bancroft's two
daughters buying mining stock from a
man in Omaha wlille waiting in their
father's oflice, and then selling It at a
good price. Mr. Bancroft has no
daughters, and the two nieces who live
with his family are not In Omaha, so
the Joke Is on the Bee as much as on
J. H. Waters has been elected prcsi- :
dent of the Denver & Southwestern and
Its eubsldlnry companies operating In
the Cripple Creek district, and will be
expected to put the road on Its feet
agitin. The stock has touched hottom,
but It Is thought a receivership can be
averted. Ninety-seven per cent of the
bonds has been deposited In favor of
tho reorganization plan.
jjj ' jjj - s er nture to love
pure. The critical ordeal trough which the expectant mother must
pass, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger
that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
the coming event that it is cafely passed without any danger. This
great and wonderful
remedy i6 always
of women through ' wmrm
the trying crisis without suffering. m
Jit n , or l50 txwfc. eas tAlTrfnrt formation Ht AtfO ft&ffi)
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Tbs Badfield; Regulator Co., Atlanta, fes. & 2 tm&tZt its
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.f 1 ho way of merchandise. The after inventory clearance is to rid the store of all winter stocks. Look out on the mountains ''
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Dress Goods have discouuts of 33, 25, 15 Some splendid Corsets reduced. J
X PSH. CENT OFF. Dressing Sacques ai.d Lounging Robes markej
I Special lots of Dress Gooda HALF PR.1CE
X OR. NEA.R. TO IT. CI - cr - , , 1, &
X Shoes and SIippor3 at quick clearance Dric; h1
I w4w Drapery Stuffs, Carpets, Rugs have gooX' ft
Extraordinary reductions on a number of spe- price reductions.
:: cial lines of Wash Fabrics. mHWHmmHmHmHm &
j Embroidery Remnants LESS THAN HALF AH tnmd MiIlinery..-25 PER CENT OFFJ 'f
X df ifB? ' Girls' Dresses and Boys' Reefer OvercoatW su
t jrlH-12' HALF PRICE. i
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X TAKEN OFF REGULAR PRICES. Men's Winter Undgrwear at, THIRD ANDj
Special lot of Walking Skirts NEARLY HALF OFF. f;: g
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t i j f . , Belts, Purses, Chatelaine Bags HALF PRICED &
I Am ONE HAL S Cat8-ONE Retsf Tle &f 8aHyhaIf prg
t Special lot. of Women's Suits, $J2.50 up to -hM-w-H--m mimim t'Ht4WHmfmw
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