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M .THE SALT JUAJKJ3 TiOLBTJjSTE: TTEBXJSSDAY MOICsXK'Gb JATJAHT 27, 1904 5 III
od Mine Workers Again
GRESS FINISHES WORK
d CommHteos Proposition
, to Qperaters,
.. of 15 Cents Per Month in Addi-
Ition to Present 10 Cents Per
Capita for Strikers,
dfanapolls, Jan. 2C President John
Sell, Vice-President Lewis and Sec-ry-Trcasurer
Wilson of the United
ie-Workcrs have been re-cleclcd
Bout opposition, according to the
lltlof the convention, announced to
5 The full vote of the organization
Igfnot cast. Mitchell received 02,633
fs Lewis. 91.S10; Wilson, 91.S75.
Ie report of the scale committee was
pted. Indianapolis was selected for
inext national convention, a commit
Avas appointed to draft a memorial
Sonor of the Hai-wlck mine victims
fadjournment was taken until to
tfe United Wine-Workers practically
pleted their work by deciding on
abmonds to be made for the central
petltive field. The report of the
g committee asks the operators to
pn the run-of-mlne mining scale In
lour district??; that the absolute run
nine basis be adopted; that the dlf
intial of 7 cents in Illinois be estab-
!& In Indiana, where the differential
Ho 12 cents, and In Ohio and west
'ennsylvanin, where it ranges from
25 cents. There is aleo a demand
nlform wages for all outside labor
.nd uniform wages for inside la-
lline-Workers have authorized
vying of 15 cents a month in addl
to the present 10 cents per capita
or the support of strikes. Thiy ln
e will go into effect at once and on
sis of h membership of 200.000 In
standing should bring Into the na
1, treasury approximately $70,000 a.
'cVy pretty home wedding, attended
jMfcw of the intimate friends of the
Iftfand groom, was that of Miss Grucc
obs and Lieut. Sherman A. White.
3j-V. eolemn'.r.ed last evening at the
3pf tho brido b parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jyacoba Jtcv. Dr. Paden of the First
byterian church performed the eorc
iat S;30 o'clock. The bride, who was
tended wore a lovely gown of white
on made en traine. with an e::qi:islto
he of duchee6 lace. She wore a long
ffwll and carried a shower bouquet
white roses and lilies of the valley,
ftllarbeson of Fort Douglas was the
mnn. At the appointed hour an or-
Itr'a stationed hi the hall played the
ding march from "Lohengrin," and
j-brldc, leaning on tho arm of her
er, desconded the stairs. At the cn
ico to the parlor they wure met by the
Jm and his best man and advanced to
"bow window, where the Rev. Dr.
en awaited them., While tho yervicc
ijbcinp read tho orchestra played very
ly the Intermezzo from "Cavallcrla
fclcann," and as the last words were
sen, the wedding march by Mendcls-Fil-
A bank of palms formed a bacli
wd for tho bridal purty. while sua
Jed overhead was a beautiful boll of
to carnations and freezes, with ropes
isparajus plumosa forming a canopy
n chandelier to the bow window. On
pr aide of tho bank of palms were
wyaBc of American Beauty roses.
jM0. flowers also being used throughout
PWdccoratlon of the parlor In the
ling-room, whero seven small tables
4ap.,lald, tho decorations were all in pink
Rations, while the library was done cn
My In white Jn tho hall green alone
x' eecne a. bank of palms screen
K"tho musicians from view, while
ifcragun plumosa entwined the ban
Tier and chandelier. At the Informal
-Jlptlon following a number of the girl
iBifls of tho bride nssistcd. Lieut, and
I'KWhlte left on tho midnight train for
llcFrauolHco, and will sail from that
( 'on February 1st for "Manila, where
iptj Whlto Is stationed. Tho best
of nil their Salt Lako friends.
mc both are so well known, will fol
.wtacm to their far-away home.
XEdwln V Holmes cntcrtalnod at a
lES 'PPointcd dinner on Sunday.
"Which the decorations were In Arnerl
tenUy r02?s' antl covcrs were laid
ImPf; ' G- Clark has gono to Kansas
SBpit frionds. Ho will be away about
I A-G. Andrews' and Mrs. A, D.
it ',ln. win receive their friends liiforinnl
f lar aflernoon assisted by Mlsa
l- f l ' x
p. Wni to and dauKhter, Mrs. Holt,
il w ant sister of Lieut. Sherman A.
W leave today for their home In Xew
iW'r-?? P',ly of S,cn ls visiting
' l 'rlonds for a few days.
I?ftV; X ,CnerrJ" bas issued Invlta
4, jror a card party Saturday afternoon.
7 ili?.VrllMr or 11)0 little friends of Depslo
k lx-ero fntRnd at the homo of
wiuT.? ,the, ot,lcr la spent a
6 Canies "fternoou In playing varl-
j" ffi ,ri',e ot, fr,c-J8 1 Slt Lake
Vor i,w"ri ImercHtcd In the mar-
m JLi .( 1,,,00k l'lneo ycstcrdiiy afcer-
7 uT t , hcT of bride's mother,
C h?Jc? he 'mn,0"y 't o'clock lli
II Th "'Intlvcs and Intimate
i r hl-' 1,ri,lp. who wore a stylish
flKv L,.r y'stcr, Miss Iiura Lewis.
WmnJi0"nQ' 1,1 P,nV: "tPe de chine.
JiR SSSii0,ls an.lll,? mnW of honor
1iKrraVri,K-, ,T'codoro Lewis, a
of llir bride, gave her away.
2tW.iL At, t'f'r!?m.9"V a luncheon was
rMftl fl; "'!' Craig leaving at 5
lMrni i !.u,'i fr1 for a month
(!n n , ld0 ,,K w11 known both here
tKn Jff",',1 she formerly lived.
aaas one of tho best known educators
of tho Stale, and has for some time 'been
connected with the public schools of this
city. The proom Is the popular traveling
freight agent of the Oregon Short Line
and has a host of friends who will wish
for the young couple the greatest happi
ness. "The Miyse.v Florence and Alice Cunning
ham will entertain at cards on Friday
afternoon at their home on First street.
Members of the Third Street Card club
.will meet today with Mrs. Footc.
Invitations have been Issued by the
First Year society of tho University for
a dance at tho Museum building next Fri
day veiling. Mrs. J. T. Kingsbury, airs.
Harvey Holmes, Mrs. Byron Cummlngf.
Mrn. William M. Stewart and Mrs. George
M. Marshall will be the chaperons.
The 1904 City Directory.
Polk's Salt Lake City Directory for
1901 is about ready for press. Secre
taries of societies, clubs, etc.. postor3
of churches and all others Interested
are requested to write, or call at the
Directory office at once in order to In
sure correct insertion of their informa
tion. W. P. COOPKR, Sec. and Mgr.
C17-C20 Dooly building.
I Ono Greek, two negroes, two Hebrews,
a Hawaiian, an Irishman and a colored
Spaniard llgurcd f In the cases bofore
Dlchl's Bar yesterday afternoon.
William Geloulus, tho Greek; Rose
Johnson, American, and Max and Joo
Sad Her, Hebrews, were tried for lighting
and disturbing the peace of Franklin -avenue
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. .
George Campbell, colored, testified that
they heard a scrap In progress in the ad
joining house, which Is occupied by Gelou
lus and the Johnson woman. Miss John
son testified that Joe Sadllor came to her
house and demanded possession of the
"Ho pushed open tho door against mo
and I hauled off and smashed him; I ad
mit to that," she said. "Then he kicked
mo in a very bad place. If you want mo
to. Judge, I can show you "
"NTo, no!" exclaimed his Honor, motion
ing to tho bailiff as the witness made cer
tain ominous movement!1'.
John Blair, the colored Spaniard from
Jamaica, was present during some of the
excitement and testified that Miss John
son had Sadlier down and was beating
him In approved stylo before the police
Sadlier likewise testified that the wo
man had him down and that he waa
yelling bloody murder and calling on
Blair to save his life. Ho said ho went
to the house looking for his brother and
said nothing about furniture. Tho wo
man, ho claimed, dragged him Inside and
began to pummel him without an pre
Judge Dlehl decided that the affair was
merely ono of the amenities peculiar to
Franklin avenue society and released tho
nuartette. with a warning to avoid fur
ther performances of a similar nature.
There, was a young man from. Hawaii,
' Nihu" was the name of tho bawall.
When he got thirty days
For his vagabond ways
He chuckled with evident jawail.
A charitable Impulse got It. Morrlssey
into trouble Ho had Just been released
from jail, where he had served ten daya
for assault, when he walked back Into the
Jail yard and threw a dlmo through the
window for onu of his companions to uar
In buying tobacco. lie was detected In
th act by tho Chief, who had hm re
jugged on th; charge of trespass. Judge
Dlehl decided that his motive was not
criminal and let him go.
When the name of James Haley was
called a deep sllcnco hung over the court
room. Haley was not present.
Too arresting officer explained that he
had locked the prisoner In the lower corri
dor of the Jail and that Haley, being
familiar with the architecture of the
building through his former tenancy, had
gono out through the kitchen door as the
front door was being locked.
The charge was a simple eas of va
Kianty. and the court ls in hopes that
Haley continued bis llight beyond the city
FOR BATTLE OF WORDS
Colorado and Utah WiH Strive
All arrangements for a conjoint de
bate between the University of Utah
, and the Colorado College- of Colorado
Springs have been completed and the
two schools will meet here on tho 22nd
of April. The visitors were given the
privilege 'of selecting a question and
have submitted tho following one: "'Re
solved, that the adjudication of dis
putes between employers and employees
should be made a part of the regular
administration of Justice. Granted,
that special courts with appropriate
rules of procedure may be established
If necessary. Granted, that labor unions
may be required to incorporate if neces
sary." According to tho agreement there will
be three contestants on each side, and
the judges of the conten will be se
lected by the visitors from nine names
submitted by the locale. With these ex
ceptions the debate will be governed1 by
the rules governing all college debates.
In accordance with these rules the
locals were given the privilege of llrst
choice", and they have decided to de
fend the affirmative side of the question.
It Is the opinion of a number of Uni
versity professors that this Is the
hardest question that has ever been
submitted to the local school In a con
tent of this kind, and they say that it
speaks well for the rank of the Colo
rado school. It Is hard because it will
require good, sound, logic coming al
most entirely from the student and not
from magazines and various other
books, for of all that has been written
on the labor problem very little has
been written on this particular phase
of it. The restrictions governing this
question make It somewhat, theoretical,
but nevertheless very interesting. It Is
a question worthy of consideration.
The question was announced at the
University and caused no little com
ment, especially among the members of
the debating club.
Dnn Alexander, president of the
University Debating association, reports
that more than twenty students have
already signified their intention of
entering the preliminary contest, and
that the- number is steadily increasing.
The first preliminary contest will be
held on February 10th, whe-n about six
or eight of the best contestants will be
selected. A final contest will be held
on the- following Friday, when the com
mittee will choose the championship
Getting up nt night, too frequent urina
tion during tho day aro cured by Oregon
6GBEN AND RETURN 1.00.
Woodmen of the World Excursion.
Special traln leaves the Rio Grande
depot 7:30 p. m.. Jan. 27th. Returning
leaves Ogdcn after the ball. Everybody
We have moved to No. 32 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers la our now loca
tion. On account of cheap rent wo will
be able to give our patrons the' benofit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheapei than over.
-TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE.
I. N. Lwls. Prop,
Washington, Jan. 2C Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the
general fund, exclusive of the $130,000 -000
gold reserve in the division of re
demption, shows: Available cash bal
ance. $227,017,300, gold. $83,115,033.
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The Importations for the Year 1903 of v
GREATER, fey nearly 20,000 cases
ifeaa the importers ns of
any oiker Ssraad.
S The Extra Dry of the superb new vintage now arriving ))
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235 SO. jVEAIU ST.
"B. 0. Box 082. Salt Lako Citj 1
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t Yard find office. 3S1 "W. l'lfth South. ;
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ia when uiy notlco wa oallod to your Winoof CRrdui. I folt that itwas only n w.-tsto of time and money tolry it but to t jSrJsV. &f.
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prnlse of your modlcinc wlwn you knovs- til that it Iim WWiwffi jto
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Jifrs. Allen maile a conBervatirc statement when 5010 Uiat flooding spells threatened to end
g lier life. Every woman should know that Hooding i not checked is sure death. It is nothing niore nor J il
le33 than (he escaping of tho life blood front tho body bleeding to death. Consumption is not so terrible j m' , fStifct- &m MMa
as this awful calamity when it has gotten beyond control. 1 f ft i5v ?SiKH
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S. spring goods, we are inohes wide, the bestj Thursday afternoon Sj
compelled to sell our that lo made, to retail at from 2 to 6 o'clock
ENTIRE STOCK of La- S2.40 a bolt Thursday 10-4 Mottled Gray ftj
dies' Dreuslng- Sacaucs afternoon from 2 to 5 Blankets with protty H
and Klmonaa at lees than o'clock, for 3 hours only, borders, well napped, g IH
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derdown and flannelette mer, at. per bolt pairs, that s all: bo H
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Suits and overcoats, all ?1G and 516.00 ir r IH
values at IU.UU H
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i All $22.50 and ?25 values " (r nn
! at . 500 H
J 33 1-2 per cent discount on all woolen underwear.
; Manhattan and Monarch' Shirts, large sizes, values up to rr-ff- '
g ?2.oo. at , 95 r j j! H
5 Sale of fancy and woolen hosiery 3oc values at 25c; 50 values at 33c; j''
S 75 values at 50c; $1.00 values at 65c. J '
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