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1 The Salt Laiee Tribxtotd: fkiday MoicstgsFebrijary 19, 1904. 11 n
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' society notices.
W f.fSaltLako City Tent No 2.
? r?r KOT10E. - WASATCH
1 t$0Mcr A m.. will hold a special
5 --2 rvrlday) evening, February
ftli ';Sk Woric on the E. A.
PFjff Masons cordially In-
h A J- LOWE. Socrotary.
jflj r- MABONB.
ol V 5 Vt Maaonlc hall first Tuea
.t '(' ,ph month. Members of
fi?J feerV sojourning breth-
1 iSjSffvK P SHERWOOD, W. M.
4:, $ , .r riULLIFS, Secretary.
Xrs 0f sister lodges and so
!PIH in i Eood standing In-
S' ptt Wfllipen ' a. BROWN. W. M.
JU r LOE. 6crtary
l rTTAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
S 5 v.mrIo hull, second Monday oaoh
v? KVtotn of clstor lodges and so- ,
tOlfeS JAMES H ROWN. W. M.
j ctOPHER DIEHL. Secretary,
St S p m All nobles sojuorn-
'K&ft F JENNINGS. Potentate, .
,. eROWN', Recorder.
M -ffOOPifEN OF THE WORLD.
! !?3ftt at 8 o'clock In Knights o
5 SB I Si fcLl. fH Main street,
tie RUSSELL. Ccr.s-l Commander,
ht i SETfMAN. Clerk.
fDBrKE CIRCLE NO -II MEETS
! ffttiiay at I. 0. O. F hall.
jrJI SR JtAPLE CIRCLE NO 10?
v k Frlday nlcht at L ' F'
fc! i .
k hi JATERN'AL UNION OF AMERICA.
n Monday at I 0. 0- F temple.
A. " T E. HARPER. F. M.
y il, HE5S, Secretary.
',jbd wi fourth Tuesdays, S p. ra. I. 0,
VTiH LODGE NO L EVERT
Vjfctfir, ( p, ra., I. 0. O. F. temple.
is! IjM. :
x ,'tthKllT LAKE NO, 2. EVERT FRIDAY,
lis H L 0. O. F. temple.
'.jJSttrM LODGE NO S. EVERY MON
mtt. p.. L 0 O. F. hall
ImVLkLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERT
j yrtift I p. p., I. O 0. F. temple.
'JliflTInPRIBE LODQE NO. 15, EVERT
. j''trwjlir' 1 P' m- 1 - O' F- temple.
ImELITT LODGE NO 17, I. O. O, F.
ISwTy Wt-ineiday night at 8 o'olook,
'rpO. T. Uaaj-Jo. Vloltora welcome,
j E, B. HENDERSON, N. Q.
. jfllCEmTH. Becretary.
i liillKAH NAOMI LODOE (D. OF
' mill Every second and fourth Sat-
Jfifl. P. m.. I. 0. O F. temple.
BgIUM LODGE CD OF R.) NO. 5.
TtMttod third Saturday, g p. m.. L
JCiy, ttaplc, Rebelcans Invited.
1 XMQHT3 OF PYTHIAS.
:j jwTIILI LODGE NO." EVERY
mii '.7. K of P hall, XI Matn street
MOUNTAIN LODOE NO. 3.
' F 'giay ovenlng. K, or P. hall.
' liH3,lHE, V0?0,? NO- 6- EVERY
wr, K. of P halL
fewLN LODGE NO. 23, EL OF P
' l78 0? THE MACCABEES.
ml m.-ait lakbtentIjoTT
jjra&C' L ' ' R halL vlBlUnc
fjJDJS OF THE MACCABEES.
!2sE??r.r,h!i? thlrd Tue3dRy' 8 P-
jfe' iW S1?.10- S7. EVERY
a- Q- U- W hall.
-R futsday, t p. A O. U. W.
101; Auwbach buUdJnc.
gSjIiBANlBR BROTHERHOOD OF
OPT AL CO., 260 MAIN.
gdrttoJl manuf, opuclana.
mA fehr!?0, TRENCH. GERMAN
do"e. 2S D. F. Walker. r!7CS
ryD 1IINB AND MILL
"V, MmKiors' P8 and rail of all
C So. 3rd AVat s215
' -1 feKTOlST FOR WOMEN.
. jm, M. D Constitution bile.
' 3 !?riftt,S.ICK? CAN NOBODT
f 1 l&-lr lhc Spirit phyalclans:
Ogf gthcs;mo an3cea
jjA: ND STORAGE.
Cfc'JSacHiv; aj;d STORAGE CO..
riMaild,WpPtal!. 'Phono M5.
Thp two-year-old child of Mrn. Mar
pare t Elleworth swallowed a quantltv of
laudanum at Murray yesterday and 'will
probably dlo from the effects of the druir.
Mrs. Elleworth la vlsltlnp at tho homo of
hor mother. Mrs, Noll McMillan. Tho
family was ensapod yesterday In cleaning
out a pantry, when a bottlo conialnlnB
laudanum was occldontallv placed within
reach of the chllcL The little fellow found
tho botUo whon no ono happened to bo
noticing him and nwallowed a portion of
tho contents. Medical aid wan summoned
at onco anil everylhlnp possible was done
for the boy, but It was believed last nlcht
that ho could not recover.
Mv-c-Sn,M 1l.(Ld lat,e yent,,rday aftornoon.
Mm. Ellsworth, who lives at Lowlstop.
Ida. had come to Murray only Inst Sun
day to visit hor mother, who Is 111.
Record your bad debts with us. Wo
may collect It; If we don't It'a on record
nnd It stays Merchants Protective
association. Scientific collectors st bad
debto. Top floor Commercial Block
Francis G Luke. General Manager
"Some people don't like us."
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE.
7X20 RODS ON 2ND ST-; WILL PFT
up to suit builder HIH Invest Co., 1M s
. Temple. Tel. 905-K. nl2g
CHEAP. OR WILL TRADE FOR CITY
real fstato, a beautiful farm of 0 acres on
Prpvo river 3-room house, with other out
bulldlnfrs. fenced; owner anxious to sell
Inquire at 2SS E. 7th So. eVoi
iii? ?CHE8' , PAKMS. ACREAGE. B1Q
list of our real estate paper fruc at ofllce.
Harrlncton Courtnoy! ID W. 2nd So
OUR BUSINESS JS REAL ESTATE
and loans. C. W, Miller & Co., 112 W '2nd
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKES
loans. Edw. M. Ashton, 207 Deseret Newa
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
ment Co. Real estate nnd loan brokers.
51 Main street.
& B. WFSTERFIELD. 6S-E3 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and buslress property.
GET IN LINE.
Tho, Rcrc Realty Co. Is signing contracts-every
day now for houses on small
payments, and you had hotter call and
nrranco to buy a houso before the. spring
rush, as prices may rise.
We also Have barcalns In vacant and
Improved property In all parts of the
town. Our lists are now. and the prlcos
rlcht, and we can make tho torras to suit
Close In, 7-room rooming-house. $325. A
pood bargain, and rent Is reasonable.
REGE REALTY CO..
F. M POWELL. Mcr.
No. S West Second South SL
Suite 16 and 17. Walker Bank Bide. sl023
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
New house, pressed brick, five rooms,
plumblne. cement walks . In . yard and
street, electrlo lights; will rent for J20
per month Price, $2000", J200 down, bal
nnco laaio as rent. O. EncdahU 321 So
Elchth West r200S
BROWN'S IN TOWN-SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes Insurance. No
11 E. 1st South. rl52a
Geo GODDARD, under Walker's bank
WE SELL REAL ESTATE, THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros.. 13 Main; rod ball slcns.
RKAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R lands, E J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. mlM7
REAL 'ESTATE, MONEY TO LOAN.
Cannon & Cannon, H E. So. Temple.
THE HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
1 acre choice land south of city, $200.00.
4-room house, brick, newly built, JHEO.00;
4-room house, good lot, J975.00; monthly
The IIono Tru3t 5: Savings Co., G-8 W.
1st South St. j-2472
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. IN3.
Hill Invest Co . 1E8 So. W. Temple. kqs
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH, IF
taken at once, 3 front lota on 2nd West,
near Paxton ave. Inquire Ancu3 Lam
bert at Lambert Paper Co.. CI W. S. Tem
ple. 'phono 385. s597
BEAUTIFUL 4-ROOM PR. BRICK,
new, In rapidly growing- part of city; $1K);
termH to suit.
G-room pr. brick, modern, oil finish, dry
cellar. $2200; S25Q cash, bal. easy.
Choice building lots on State St.
Choice bulldlns lots on Sth East, very
cheap and oasy terms.
Hubbard Invt. Co.. 78 W. 2nd So. s9K3
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
when you can cet tho Bluo Point Pcr
fecto for the oune price, made by Whlt
aker & Dallas, and sold by dealers every
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
I will tell you what you aro. Smoko
Chesterfield Cigars. 2 for 25c. s215
RED SANDSTONE, $10.00 PER CORD
Brown Stone Co., No. 11 E. 1st So,, ground
PIERPONT SCHOOL; COMMERCIAL
club bide. Miss Pierce and Miss Davis.
BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY.
Tcmpleton bide Telephone 1337-Y. s225
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating. Mrs. Jcnr.ens. 47 E, 1st So. m!13
RENTED, REPAIRED, EXCHANGED.
F I. Carter, 3rd So. Cor. W. Templo; tel.
NEW OR 2STD-HAND, CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sornsen-ioutt Co.. 4S B. 2nd
PAINTINO AND PAPERH ANQING.
W. A. DUVALL, 121 W. 2ND SO., TEL.
No 1145-k. Our new papor Is arrivlnK
m PER CENT DISCOUNT ON RAT-
an rockers, one week; terms, $1 on $10;
$10 on $100; no interest. I. X. L Furniture
and Carpet Installment House, -IS E. 2nd
WB ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
new store. 62 E. 2nd South, and have In
stock tho largest line of new and second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
pfo In the city, Terms to suit. Ne-bra-ka
! Furnlturo ' Co., C2 E. 2nd So. D36
qpiDLER BROS., LADIES' TAILOR
inn specialty; Ali work first class. 310
Main sL su"
THE ORPHEUS CLUB
SCORES A SUCCESS
Delightful Musical Pr ogramme Rendered by This Popular
Organization, Assisted by Some of the
City's Best Artists.
Tho Orpheus club, ,-whloh for jv number
of years has been a favorite musical or
ganisation In this city, scored another
succosa last evening In the concert given
at the Elks' club. An audience which filled
ovcry part of the large hall greeted the
olub and tho other musicians who assisted
In the altogether delightful programme.
Although heard many times In Salt Lako,
the Orphous club never sang better than
ast nlsht. and never has their singing
been moro enthusiastically received. Their
numbers included "Scrado to Juanlta"
Uoubertl); an Indian serenade, "Minno-nana-
(Loring), and that stirring chorus,
The Sword of Ferrara." For encores
they gave Ncvln's beautiful littlo "Mighty
Lak a Roso" and "Love Is a Sickness."
Assisting tho Orpheus club wcro Miss
Begrid Pcdernon, whose well-trained con
tralto voice was heard to excellent advan
tacp In the Arietta from "Dlnorah" (Mev
erbeer), "Love'tj Eternity" and "Mavour
neen, tho second number being given
with especially good effect. The Euterpe
quartctto. including the Misses Emily Lar-
OF GOOD OLD SONGS
Last evening tho First s Presbyterian
church was filled with music lovers, tho
occasion being the ballad recital given by
Mrs, A. D. Mclvln, and an evening of gen
ulno delight It was. Mrs. Mclvln scleotcd
groups of oliarming old ballads from tho
Scotch, Irish and English songs and ren
dered each in a truly artistic way. The
dramatic ability of tho singer was per
haps best shown In the over popular
"Robin Adair," tho sweetness and perfect
control of tho voice in "The Last Rose of
Summor" and "Annie Laurlo," and tho
rich, sympathetic quality In that beautiful
old ballad. "Tho Land o' thp Leal." Mr.
Skelton playing the obllgato for the lat
ter. "Katy'a Letter" was evidently tho
favorite with tho audience, and well It
Mayor Morris has como up standing
against a stone wall In his effort to so
ouro a private socrot.'iry at tho oxponso of
tho city. Although he was successful In
having a resolution passed by the Coun
cil on February 15th, which provided that'
In tho interest of economy to tho city his
clork act as clerk of tho Board of Public
Works, he has awakened to tho fact that
the office of Mayor's clork cannot be cre
ated by a slmpltf resolution. The resolu
tion did rot give tho name of the clerk,
and thoro is no such office as Mayor's
clerk recognized by the ordinances. If a
Mayor deems It necessary to havo a clerk
or prlvato sccrotary It Is up to him to hire
ono and pay him out of his own pocket.
Again, this resolution was Introduced In
tho faco of an existing ordinance provld-
AT THE HOTELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Cullen hotel
were: Rlslmrd Luxcn, Rifle. Colo.; S. F.
Whltnoy, San Francisco. J. Bourgard and
wife. Bingham; W. W. Soulhwlck, F. E.
Baxter, Lchl; L. Taylor, L. W. Sheeta.
George Wertwlck, A. C. Dlnglo. Ogden;
L B. -Mercer, Boise: W. K. Murdock,
Stockton; E. II. Gllng and wife. Oak Riv
er. Mo.; J. J. Bolton, Manitoba; C. H.
Lufkln. Butte, W. A. McKlnney, Park
City; W. C Barden, Battle Creek, Mich.;
G. S. Masker, Frank B. Hule, Kansas
City; J. C, Boyd. A. G. G. Wilson. Bing
ham; R. J. Hutchlngs, F. S. Ingalls. S. L.
Lugus, Lehl; Ed Stephens, J. B. Aldrlch.
Denver; J. F. Chldcster, W. E. Fife. Pnn
KUltch; M. P. Burke, American Falls; Wil
liam D. Livingston, Mnntl.
Arrivals at the New Wilson European
yesterday were: E. J. Murphy, St. Paul;
William Wilcox and wife. L'. P. Wells.
New York; J. llartman. Cheyenne; O. L.
Becker, Henry II. Rolapp. W. L. Allison,
Ogden; E. L. Doduo, Grand Haven; M. L.
Cooper, Baltimore; E. B. Johnson and
wife, Denver; H. G. H. Wray. London; S.
A Bent, Dcs Moines; Jamci? Drydon, Lo
gan; il. L. OfltroJider. J. G. Conrad, C. E.
Haven and wife, Chicago; Mrs. M. J.
Schaal and family. E. C. Lachncr. Toledo;
N. S. Nlelson, F. C. Jensen, Mt. Plextsant;
J. 11. Heron, M. D , Leadvillc.
BULL FIGHT , '.
At Ogden, Feb. 22nd
A scientific exhibition of Spanish
bull-fight, Ogden, at baseball park.
Train leaves Rio Grande depot 10:50 a,
m. Returning:-leaves Ogden 6:45 p. m.
Record your bad debts with -ns. We
may collect it; if we don't it's on record
and it stays. Merchants' Protective
association, Scientific collectors of bad
dtbto. Top floor Commercial Block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like ue."
DIED AT HOLY CROSS
Thomas II. Hills, for many years an
employeo of tho Waterworks department
of this city, died at tho Holy Cross hos
pital yesterday morning. Ho was token
suddenly ill Monday night and v.'ao oper
ated upon for appendicitis. He was una
blo to rally from the uhock of the opera
tion and passed away ycutrday.. Hllla
was well known In Salt Lako and had a
largo number of friends here. Ho came to
the citv from England at an early ago
and lived hero all his life.. He ,was 33
vears of ago" and leaves a wife and six
children. The deceased was a incmber of
tho order of Maccabees. Announcement
of tho funeral will bo made later.
When tho Century Owl has laid its
ccch nnd their young shall have died
of old age. It will still be on our records,
if he don't pay. Merchants' Protective
association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block,
Francis G Luke, General Manager.
"Some peoplo don't like ub."
Fare ?1 00 for the round trip via tho
Rio Grande. Leave Salt Lake 1050 a, i
m. Everybody Invited.
sen, Marguerite Harlcy. Lcland Clayton
and Aura Rogers, gave two rtno numbers,
"Loch Lomond" (Maccy) and tho "Lulla
by" by Mozart, and as an encore for the
first numbor that popular humorous se
lection. "The Tack ,r Miss Emily Larsen'a
sweet soprano voico was unusually pleas
ing In the solo, "Leila's Song," by Suppe,
Miss Esther Allen playing the beautiful
violin obllgato. Arthur Pederscn, always
a popular favorite, was accorded an ova
tion at tho end of his first number, "Rus
sian Airs" (Wlenlawski). and In response
to the enccre gave the "Sercnado" by Moz
kowsky. "Who Treads the Path of Duty"
(Mozart), sung by Willard Squires, was
one of the gems of the evening, and In re
sponse to vociferous demands, Mr. Squires
A. H Peabody wa3 the director of the
Orpheus club, nnd tho accompanists of thn
evening were Prof. Anton Pederscn nnd
Dr. W C. Ebaugh.
Following the musical programme re
frcshmento were served and tho larco
number of guests wandered at will
through the clubhouse and found enjoy
ment In playing cards, billiards or In
might havo been for It was given in the ,
slnger'B best 3tylc. Among tho other
numbers given wcro "Ye Bnnka and
Braes," "Within a Mile o' Edlnboro'
Toun," "Como Back to Erin," "Tho Lit
tlo Hero," "Let Mo Dream Again," "Bon
nie Sweet Bessie" and "Auld Lang Syne,"
ovory one of which was most heartily re
ceived by tho audience,
Mrs Mclvln wae assisted bv Mr. Skel
ton, who gave "Concerto In D" (De Ber
lot) In his well-known splendid style; and
by tho Chrlstcnsen String quartette, who
played the "Allegro Vivace Assal-Quar-telt
15" (Mozart). "Poco Adagio Cantn
bllo from Kaiser Quartette" (Haydn),
and ns an encoro to tho first number, tho
sweet nnd tondcr "To a Wild Rose."
Miss Hattio Wlshard added much to tho
enjoyment of tho several numbers by her
very excellent accompaniments.
ROUGH ON JOHNSON
AND MAYOR MORRIS
! ing that the City Recorder shall act as
clerk of tho Board of Publlo Works, and
passed without repealing that ordinance,
in putting the resolution through, tho
Mayor showed that he would tramplo over
City Recorder Crltchlow's office Juat as
quickly as that of tho Board of Health In
the appointment of Clerk Jackson.
Jt would be illegal to glvo Mayor Morris
a clerk at the expense of tho city, nnd ho
wouid be the only beneficiary of tho econ
omy suggested by him. It would be no
economy to tho city.
It Is understood that at tho meeting of
three of the members of tho now Board
of Public Works hold In tho Mayor's of
fice on Februury 10th, L. C. Johnson, tho
Mayor's secretary, noted as clerk. Tho
meeting was Illegal 33 wns also tho reso
lution, understood to havo been passed,
which directed the City Recorder to turn
over tho books and records of tho board
to Mr. Johnson.
FARMERS' INSTITUTE AT
NAMPA A SUCCESS
Attendance Largo and Results Satis
factory Business Block Ready
(Special to The Tribune.)
NAMPA, Ida., Feb. lS.-The farmors' In
stitute which has Just closed n two-days'
sossiun had the Jargost attendance that
It has had for years. There were many
prominent visitors from othor parta of
tho Stato. Among those present wcro
MesBra. Grant Whitney of Payette, A. E.
Gipson of Caldwell, Dr. C. B. Piatt of
Marsh, A. B. McPherson of Bolso and
Profs. Burd, Aldrloh and Judeon of tho
Idaho Stato university at Moscow.
Tho Scales block on FlnH Blroet Is com
pleted. It Is a handsome two-story, pressed
brick front building, 60x70 feet in area.
Tho ground floor conBlBlH of two stores,
occupied by tho Schultz bakery and tho
Robb Clothing company. Th" second
story will bo UHed as offices by the Idaho
Northern and B N. & O. railway com
panies, generally known ns tho Dowey
railroads. City Attorney Estabrook will
also havo his Jaw offices In tho block.
Cholco farm landa and city property are
In great demand and there are no empty
houses In Nampo.
There aro a. number of former residents
of Ohio who live In Nampa. Thoy consider
the death of Senator Ifanna an Irre
parable loss to the cntiro country.
Along: tho Lemhi.
(Special to The Tribune.)
JUNCTION. Ida., Feb. 18. Snow fell
durluar tho recent storm over the entire
county. It reached a depth of 11 Inches
at Salmon, S Inches at Fort Lemhi and
nbout 2 Inches at Junction.
Runchmen in the valley are getting
stock through the winter In excellent con
dition, ua the winter pauturd has been
open until the last etorm.
Upper Lemhi has attended conslderablo
attention In the way of mining tho past
Bfjiion. In the old Tex ca;np the Gil
moro Mining company Tiaa sv wonderful
showing of Jead and ullver ore; It mines
about 1000 sacks a week, which finds a
good market in Salt Lako. Tho company
has kept teaniH on tho road all winter,
carrying the oro to tho railroad, F. G
Luner of DuBola, Pa., lu general manager
and ha proved himself worthy of the
position. Against the propheoles of a
great many, he constructed a threc-mllt
flume from Meadow Lake, and has plenty
of running water at tho mlno during tho
Superintendent E. M Yeardan of tha
Loranl agency In spending a month's vo
cation with his father In Dillon, Mont.
Bad debts recorded with us aro saved.
The recordn won't come off till they pay.
Merchants' Protcctlvo association,
scientific collectors of bad debts. Top
floor Commercial block. Francis G.
Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
BIG DRY GOODS STORE
GUTTED BY FLAMES
ASHTABULA. O., Feb. IS. Firo whloh
started In tho dry goods store of H. L,
Morrison's Sons this afternoon and which
destroyed the dry goods stock of that con-
corn, caused a Joss of $125,000. Nelghbpr
ing buildings occuplod by tho Globo
Clothing company and tho postoffico were
MAYOR MORRIS WILL
NOW FORCE THE ISSUE
Refu3es to Sign the Payrolls of City Employees,, and Appeals
to the City Attorney for an Opinion to
I ' Sustain Him.
The payrolls of tho employees In all of,
tho city departments havo been hold up
by Mayor Morris, who refuses to sign
them oh tho ground that the positions aro
not being lawfully .filled. Although Mayor
Morri3 'says ho Is holding up all o tho
payrolls It Is understood that only thoao
o( the Engineering and Comctcry depart
ments, together with a part of tho Water
work and Land and Water offices arc tho
ones ho rofmes to audit.
In tho stand taken tho Mayor is rely
ing upon chapter HI of tho Stato laws of
1813, referring to the nppointmont of offi
cers and assistants, which rends as fol
lows. "Tho Mayor, by and with the ad
vice and consent of the Council, may ap
point all appointive officers and agents
that may bo provided for by law or ordi
nance, and. In Hko manner, fill all va-
R. G. KERENS GOES
OVER SAN PEDRO
Vice-President of the Salt Lake Routo
Drops in and Starts Over
A brief and pomewhat mysterious
visit to this city yesterday of R. C.
Kerens of St. Louis, vice-president of
the Salt Lake, Los Angeles & San Pedro
railroad, is occasioning not a little
speculation In railroad circles ao to what
Mr. Kercn arrived In the city at 8:30
o'clock yesterday morning over the Ore
gon Short Line In his private car "Rain
bow." Immediately upon his arrival
a special train was made up, consist
ing, of General Manager Wells's private
car, Mr. Kerens'B car and a baggage
car, and within an hour the two rail
road magnates wore being carried
southward, bound for Callc-ntes.
Mr. Kerens, during his brief stay in
the city, did not leave his car, and he
stated ponltively that there was noth
ing to give out. It Is believed In some
quarters that tho vice-preoldent has
been etlrrlng up the more speedy con
struction of the San Pedro road and has
himself gone down to Inspect the work
and learn why more rapid progress is
not being- made. Another rumor is that
the trip la made for the purpose of put
ting through a big: mining' deal in Pioche
It was given out that tho party is to
return to Sa.lt Lake Saturday nighL
PLAN TO CARVE ZION
INTO FOUR STAKES
The first definite step looking to the
proposed division of Snlt Lake stake
into four stakes of Zion was made yes
terday, when the first presidency of
the Mormon church issued a notice to
all members of the priesthood residing
in wards 1 to 10 and 31 and 33, com
prising the southeastern part of the
city, to meet in the Assembly hall on
the evening of February 23rd to transact
the preliminary business of organizing
those wards Into a new stake. The
same notice calls for a meeting of all
Saints residing in the same district,
on the evening of February 2Cth, to
complete the organization, which will
Include the election of a stake presi
dency and high council. Thiy order
will be followed from week to week un
til all four of the proposed new stakes
shall have been duly organized, tho
stakes to bo acted upon in the follow
ing order: First, wuthenstern division;
second, southwestern division; third,
northwestern division; fourth, north
eastern division. This menna that the
organization of the new stakoo will be
effected before the April conference.
IF DIOGENES GAME
TO SALT LAKE CITY
Diogenes Dr. Senbright of Park City
found an honest woman In Salt Lake
City without the aid of a lantern. The
woman in question is the one who sells
newspnpers on the White House hotel
corner. The doctor left the hotel in u
great hurry Wednesday, to catch a
train, and as he passed the newslady
he grabbed a newspaper and handed
her what he supposed was a nickel
When he reached the train he had occa
sion to take account of cash on hand
and discovered that he was short a ?5
gold piece. Upon his arrival home ho
wrote to Clerk Phillips of tho hotel,
telling him of his lose" and how ho be
lieved he lost It. The clerk interviewed
the newspaper woman and she promptly
produced the gold piece, which she had
found among her nickels. Sho was re
warded with a CO-cent piece for her
Hotel Halls. Pleasant and comforta- I
ble, reasonable. 3rd So. and State, I
COURTING DEATH BY
FOOLING WITH PISTOL
Olarenco Saunders of Weiser, Idaho,
Shoots Himsolf While Hand
ling a Revolver.
(Spoclnl to Tho Tribune.)
WEISER, Ida., Fob. IS. About S:30
o'clock this morning Clarenco Saunders, a
young man about IS yoars of age, who
Uvea with tho family of James Montgom
ery, about thrco miles from Wolsor. shot
himsolf accidentally with a revolver.
Ho was handling tho weapon when it
went off. The ball entered the left breast, I
going through tho left lung. lodging Just D
under tho skin at a point below tho left D
shoulder blade. Tho wound Is a very gc- 1
rious ono nnd tho chances for recovery
aro against him.
When the Century Owl has laid its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age, it will still be on our records,
If he don't pay. Merchants' Protective i
association, scientific collectors of bad ;
debts. Top floor Commercial block. I
Francis G. Luke, General Manager. '
'Somo peoplo don't like us." "
canics among tho same, except as other
wise provided by law; provided, that elec
tive officers shall havo tho sole right to
appoint all their deputies and assistants,
who shall be conflrmod by tho City Coun
cil," The Mayor consulted with City Attor
noy Dey upon tho matter yesterday after
noon, and although ho stated he had not
received a formal opinion upon tho Inter
pretation of tho statute, said that tho
opinion would uphold him In tho conclu
This may be only a bluff on his Honor's
part to bring the Republican Councllmcn
around to a confirmation of his appoint
ments or it may bo his Intention to at
tempt to deprive tho employees of tho
city of their salaries. If tho latter bo the
case It is said that he wilj be mado de
. fondant in a number of Injunction suits
within the next wcok, which will result
In having tho Juggling with the laws put.
to an end by order of the courts.
Owing to tho unusual demand for mati
nee tickets for "Unole -Tom's Cabin," the
management of tho Grand has decided, to
give an extra matinoo at 3 o'clock this
aftornoon to accommodato tho people
This will be In addition to tho regular
Saturday afternoon mntlncc.
Tho packed houso at the Grand last
night demonstrated that "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" lias lost none of Its fascination
over tho passing of tho years. Tho pathos
and touching sentiment of tho old play
wcro admirably doplctcd by Stetson's
company. The part of Little Eva could
hardly be better filled than by Little Gro
tn, and Will Warden, who takes the rolo
of Uncle Tom, is not to bo discounted.
Tho realistic acting of Georgo Fowler In
tho part of Simon Legreo moro than onco
brought forth hisses from tho audience
as ho flogged Uncle Tom.
Tho cake walk pcrformanco and buck
nnd wing dancing by the members of tho
Lady Crcolo nnd Lono Star quartettes
was especially good.
Matinoo this afternoon at 3 o'clock. In
addition to the Saturday matlneo at 2;1G.
Tho play will also bo presented tonight
and tomorrow night
Tho University Dramatic club will pre
sont at the Salt Lako Theater thlB evening
"A Scrap of Paper," with a cast which Is
said to be a superior ono.
Tho salo begins at tho Salt Lako Theater
today for tho engagement of "A Chinese
Honeymoon," which opens with a matlneo
Tho seat salo begins today for Gus Sun's
minstrels, which will bo at the Grand the
ater the first half of next weok, beginning
with a Monday matinee.
The plays to be presented by Florenco
Roberts during her engagement next week
will bo "Tho Frisky Mrs. Johnson" and
JUMPS THE TRACK
Union Paciflo train No. 1, tho westbound
flyer, reached Salt Lako live hours late
yesterday, ay the result of an accident In
Wyoming, but nono of the passengers or
truln crew were Injured.
.burly In tho morning train No. 101, tho
wesioound fast mail, Conductor "William
Storoy, and Engineer Gustoft In charge,
jumped tno tracK near Bluer Creek sta
tion in tho Red deserL Four cars luft tha
rails, but no ono was injured. Tho acci
dent was caused by a upreadlng ot tlio
rulls. Tratnc was uelayed several houra
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