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The Saizt JLake Tribtotei Saturday MomsmsTg? February 20, 1904. 9 j ' H
SuSSIFIED ADS ... 8
ATTENTION ALL. SIR
CAiutBied to attend the fu-
MKJffdi : Thomas Hlllx. at Odd
WW i o'clock Sunday.
till at 3 ocioc D0UGLASi
ilCrrJi0 Clty Tent N-
'VWcrrVTA LODGE NO. 3, F. AND
'it U Masonic hall flr.it Tues
Wkwi nf'cach month. Members of
WCf?Igfrclodge3 and sojourning breth-
'i gfv'KP SHERWOOD, W. M.
! PHILLIPS. Secretary.
V -TToDGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
difltri hSl, second Friday each
m&n ot slater lodges and so
'dlji iBSen 'nA0Rdoandn-
tajyij jrflWg. Secretary.
'ttfetl. tfiwAH LODGE NO 2. F AND
i Hchall. second Monday each
M Brs of sister lodges and so
n 1 wihrrn In pood standing In-
JAM E 9H BRO W N, TV. M.
j jfljgR DIEHL. Secrotary.
i lliJi" IrTn TEMPLE, A A. O. N. M
ncsday,of each month Ma-
at S p. mV All nobles sojuprn-
F JE "NINGS. Potentates
mgi lOXTS, Recorder.
-jfcrrCAMP w MEETS EVERT
1niNK?M3t at S o'clock In Knights of
UMila3, il Main street.
- W'lAUGENBUCKER, Consul
jwXuiilKB CIRCLE NO. -II MEETS
mav at I 0. 0. F. hall.
ife MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 10$
rt. Frlday ' at L ' F
1 &t!rEItfAL UNION OF AMERICaT"
!55SkBEEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
aWt-ikr at I. O 0. F tomplo.
T. E. HARPER.. F. M.
sifci, ODD FELLOWS.
Rlfrta jORBH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
id fourth Tuesdays, 8 p. m. I. O.
. - i!ff!i
" ; 1 LODGE NO. 1. EVERT
Tlgj jJij, 8 p. ra., I. 0. O. F. temple.
P$ HAKE NO, 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
FN L 0. 0. F. temple.
7: 15.LS' LODGE NO 2. EVERY MON
ffa,!. O. 0. F. hall.
i" SLST LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
JjJI iiT.Sp- m I, 0. O. F. temple
Htm EIPR1SE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
sin, $ p. nv, I O. O. F. temple.
.i ill 5LITT LODGE NO. 17, I. O. O. F.
01 lilwTtry Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
f 311F. tcrar4c. Visitors welcome.
TVff " B- D- HENDERSON, N. G.
UtmiU, Secretary. '
J E2AH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
al ft fel Every second and fourth Sat
tgjj fUp, m., L 0. O. F. temple.
LODGE "TD OF R ) NO. C
rjnt and third Saturday, 8 p. m.. 1.
ECU ,fu.nple. Rebekahs Invited.
m W KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
?Wa EILE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
ill' Kof P. hall. VA Main street. ,
KT MOUNTAIN LODGE NO 3. '
3 I VP evening. K. of P. hall.
WJ LKTHB LODGE N&. 5. EVERY
fJl jV.K. ofp hail.
iLN LODGE NO. 23 K OF P 1
JO j l?rLiiaturday evenhi' s o'eMit; i
US. ! H'JHTS OP THE M.VCCABEES.
AWES OP THE MACCABEES.
;l.?E HIVE NO 4
i KndhIrdTue3day,s p:
feKJF E5U3 N0- W. EVBR-2
Cu tijnA. 0. U. w. hall.
LTuldLa?.D?B N0- Fx FIRST
nll,7, AuerbMh buUdlng
gjOg1- POPLIN, Reg.
CTNOM, PHYSICAL CULTURE.
Pierce and Miss Davis.
-OR b'J?H0TL OF ORATORT.
fiiit'K g- Telephone 1SS7-Y. s225
ASfKiS ffiAi;S REASONABLE.
&Bm y. Sem' J.pS, and "a of all
Vir?MsL: em' So, 3rd VP3t. s213
BSrRh LAPIS' TAILOR-
w flrat cla93, 310
Qt cnrt.?.mm,S3,on charged.
ili to out if1?0183 8Cnt fey reK"
k Wttyoii tv,lJr"t,own Patrons. You
y u buy fromor sell to me.
j FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
1 7N20 RODS ON 2ND ST.; WILL out
1 up to suit builder Hill Invest Co., IK So
W. Tomplo. Tel. 905-K. '
CHEAP, OR WILL TRADE FOR CITV
real estate, a beautiful fann of 80 (acres on
Prove, rlvci- 3-room house, with other out"
buildings, fenced; owner anxious "o sell
Inquire at 2CS E. 7th So.
RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAr.K
llst of our real estate paper fifo at 0ffl
Harrington & Courtney! 15 w. 2nd o.
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
and loans. C. W. Miller & CoT. 112 w. 2nd
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKFi
loans. Ldw. M. Ashton. 207 Dcseret Nowa
'dc- . pH54
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE 1NVEST
ment Co. Real estate and loan brokers
51 Main street.
Ki?: WESTERFIELD. CS-O COM'L
blk. Houbcs. lots and buslrcss property.
GET IN LINE.
Tho Rcge Realty Co In signing con
tracts every day now for housen on small
payments, and you had bettor call and
arrange to buy a houBo before the sprinir
rush, as prices may rise. .
Wo also havo bargains in vacant and
Improved property In all parts of tho
town. Our lists arc new. and the prices
you antl wo can make tho terms to suit
Close In, 7-room rooming-house, 5325, A
good bargain, and rent Is reasonable.
REGE REALTY CO.,
o -rrr . c ? M- POWELL, Mgr.
No. 8 West Second South St.
Sulto 16 and 17, Walkor Bank Bldg. sl023
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT
New house, pressed brick, five rooms,
plumbing, cement walks In yard and
atrcet. electric lights: will rent for J20
per month. Price. J2000; $200 down, bal
nnce samo as rent. O. Engdahl. 321 So
Eighth West ,-2093
BRO WN' S IN TOWN SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes Insurance. No
11 E. 1st South. rl52a
See GODDARD, under Walker's bank.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bro3.. HD Main; red ball signs.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P R.
R. lands. E, J. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. ml837
Cannon & Cannon, 2 E. So. Temple.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. INS.
Hill Invest Co., 1D6 So. W. Temple. k6lS
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH. IF
taken at onco, 3 front lots on 2nd We3t,
near Paxton avc. Inquiro Angus Lam
bert at Lambert Paper Co., 51 W. S. Tom
plo, 'phono 3S5. s597
BEAUTIFUL 4-ROOM Pr! BRICK,
new, In rapidly growing part of city; 51500;
terms to suit.
5-room pr. brick, modern, oil finish, dry
cellar, 52200; 5250 cash, bal. eany.
Choice building lots on State st.
Choice building lots on 8th East, very
cheap and easy terms.
Hubbard Inv. Co., 78 W. 2nd So. s363
CO PER CENT DISCOUNT ON RAT
"tan rockers, ono week; terms, $1 on 510;
510 on 5100; no Interest. I. X. L. FurnltUro
and Carpet Installment House, 4S E. 2nd
WE ARE LOCATED NOW IN OUR
now store. 02 E. 2nd South, and havo In
stock the largest lino of new and second
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, ranges,
etc.. in the city Terms to suit. Ne
braska Furniture Co., C2 E. 2nd So. s330
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks, M. D., Constitution Idle.
ARE YOU SICK? CAN NOBODY
cure you? Then try the Spirit physicians;
they hfjJ throl: tr.s. C.Nmc and see me.
Mrs. W. Hcln, 33 W. 5th So. sll03
MOVING AND STORAGE.
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 655.
Otilno 120 and iS S, W- Tomple. hlW3
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH. TRADE
or terms Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co., 4S E. 2d So.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groshell, sales agent, No. 221 Main st
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always in stock. n!5S0
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR: PAR
ticulars at 24 E. So. Temple. rl273
MISS GERTRUDE DUNLAP. ORGAN
ist and Baritone Vocalist, New Castle.
Wyo.. will he open for engagement Janu
ary 2, 1SW. Denomination of church no
objection, and up-to-dato scrvico guar
I RENTED, REPAIRED. EXCHANGED.
F. I. Carter, 3rd So. Cor. W. Templo; tel.
H0-z. ' U-
NEW OR 2KD-HAND, CASH, TRADE
or terms. Surcnaon-Stoutt Co., iS B. 2nd
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
ofilce. 25 Eagle blk. 2nd iloor. dlOW
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND, FRENCH, GERMAN
Typewriting done. 220 D. F. Walker. rl(2G
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
W A. DUVALL, 12J W. 2ND SO., TEL.
N'o 1115-k. Our new paper la arriving
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST.
CQ5-G Scott-Strovcll bldg. 'Phono 18&-Y.
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO.. 2C0 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
WHERE TO STOP.
TTNCOLN HOUSE. 68 E 1ST SOUTH.
200 Sorns; rates; 25 and 35 cents, .1316
THE CLAYTON: ROOMS $2.00 TO
wock, 216 So. Stato Bt. nlw
ROOMS AND BOARD, Jl DAY UP:
weekly rates. 270 Weat bo, Sample, rl01
UTAH WILL BE
SOME 'OF ST. LOUTS FAIR PLANS
FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF
Tho Eastern Press Bureau of tho
world's fair Is advised that S. T. Whlta
kcr, director-general of tho Utah world's
fair commission, has announced somo apo
dal features for Utah's participation,
Utah proposes to bring to tho fair 230
singers of tho famous Tabernaclo choir
to give a concert on Utah day. October
20th, and at other times. Mr, Whltakor
nas conferred with tho authorities of tho
bureau pf music regarding a series of
recitals In Festival hall by J. J. McClcl
lan. organist of tho Tabernacle at SulL
Tho Utah commls olsnhas appointed a
committee of two of Its members to bring
?Ht..the world's fair attendance from
Utah. Recognizing the educational valuo
of tho fair, exposition excursions will bo
run every two weeks, carrying mcmbora
of the oung Mon's and Young Women's
Improvement associations of Utah to St.
Loula over the Union Pacific and tho Wa
bash and returning via tho Missouri Pa
cific and tho Denver & Rio Grande. They
estimate that 20.000 visitors will bo
brought to the fair In this way.
Tho Utah commission has appointed a
for toe prominent ladles of tho State to
have charge, for stated periods, of the
State building, to presldo at functions
tnero and to act as hostesses.
Special sale today of pianos; 3 of our
5400 Instruments at 5176. Cash or time
CLAYTON MUSIC CO.. 109 Main st.
WHO SHALL ASSESS
For the purpose of determining
whether the County Assessor or the
State Board of EnuallznUnn linj lm
power to assess the property of the
Utah Light and Railway company the
City Attorney yesterdnj- filed a petition
for a writ of prohibition directed
against the County Assessor and the
State Eoard of Equalization In tho State
Supreme court. The question as to
whether the county or the State has the
authority to levy on this class of prop
erty was brought up when the Utah
Light and Power company merged with
the Consolidated Railway and Power
company. A9 per request of County As
sessor Ben R. Eldrcdgc, the County At
torney rendered an opinion in which It
was held that the statute under which
the State assessed the street railway
and like property is unconstitutional
and that the power belongs with the
The title of the case Instituted by City
Attorney Dey Is- the State of Utah ex.
rel. Salt Lake City vs. Benjamin R.
Eldredge, County Assessor of Salt Lake
county, and the State Board of Equali
zation. The petition sets out that Coun
ty Assessor Eldredge. under the direc
tion of the County Attorney, Intends to
assess all property owned by railroad,
street railway, car depot, telegraph and
telephone companies, and the net pro
ceeds of mines, situated In Salt Lake
county. Such an assessment is set out
to be In direct violation of the statutes
which provide that the assessment on
the above-described property must be
made by the State Board of Equaliza
tion; that If permitted to make such as
sessment the revenues of the city will
be Imperiled. It Is therefore asked that
a writ of prohibition be Issued prohibit
ing the County Assessor and other coun
ty oillcers from making the assessment
on the property of these companies.
Both the City Attorney and County
Attorney Westervelt requested that the
court determine the matter as- soon as
possible. The hearing of the petition
has been taken under advisement by the
Humors of all kinds are prolific of
worse troubles. They may be entirely e.-
Eclled by a thorough coutbo of Hood's
Not How Cheap Rut How Good
Blue Point Perfcctos.
Utah's Favorltu Cigar.
Special sale today of pianos; 3 of our
5-100 Instruments at 5175. Cash or time.
CLAYTON MUSIC CO., 109 Main st.
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 5;45 p. m.
Record your bad debts with us. Wo
may collect it; if we don't it's on record
and it stays. Merchants' Protective
association, Scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial Block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some peoplo don't like us."
James Edgar Is Doing- Well.
Thcro was a mistake na to tho Identity
of Jumes Edgar, the lad arrested for
sicoplng In the Oregon Short Lino sand
houso a few nights ago. who was said to
have been connected with tho attempt to
week a Saltalr train. The young train
wrecker, it was learned, was Walter and
not James Edgar, This correction 13
cheerfully made, as James Edgnr Is now
at homo and showing a disposition to for
sake his vagabond ways.
Getting up at night, too frequont urina
tion during the day aro cured by Oregon
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN
"Tho Right Road"
Between Omaha, Council Bluffs and
St. Paul. Minneapolis, Dubuque and Chi
cago. Equipment right; service right;
time right; It's all right. For Informa
tion address F. A. Starkweather, Gen.
Agt., 5S West 2nd South street. Salt
Special sale today of pianos; 3 of our
400 Instruments at 5175. Cash or time.
CLAYTON MUSIC CO., 109 Main St.
Bad debts recorded with us are saved.
The records won't come off till they pay.
Merchants' Protective association,
scientific collectors of bad debts. Top
floor Commercial block, Francis G.
Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
RED SANDSTONE. 510.00 PER CORD
Brown Stono Co., No. 11 E, lit So., ground
Assumes the Right to Cut All City
Employees Off tho Payroll, and Is
Upheld by City Attorney.
Mayor Morris has given formal notlco
that ho Is In the- njht with the City
Council on tho matter of appointments
"to tho finish." Ho yesterday sent a com
munication to tho heads of tho various
city departments," directing attention to
an opinion from City Attomoy Dey to vho
effect that tho Mayor has tho right, under
tho Stato law, to appoint all subordinates
under tho appolntivo heads of depart
ments, and notifylnff the officials that no
moro payrolls will bo approved by him
unless tho subordlnato aro appointed by
him. In other words, ho nssumes tho
right to declare all positions vacant In
thcao departments and to withhold pay
from all oxcopt his own appolnteeo. Thoro
aro about eighty employees who are af
fected by this order of tha Mayor.
Tho opinion of City Attorney Dey. upon
whloh the Mayor bases his right to mako
the appointments, la as follows:
Salt Lako City, Utah. Feb. 18, 1904.
Hon. Richard P. Morris, Mayor: Dear
Sir: In tho matter of omployces of ap
polntivo offlcero, I beg to call your atten
tion to chapter 81. page 121, of the Laws of
Utah. 1S32-, which amends section 211 of
tho Revised Statutes, 1S93, and as amend
ed to read as followa:
"The Mayor, by and with the advice and
consent of tho Council, may appoint all
appointive officers and agents that may
bo provided by law or ordinance, and. in
llko manner 1111 all 'acanclcs among the
samo, oxcopt as otherwise provided by
law; provided, that elective officers shall
havo tho sole right to appoint all their
deputies and assistants, who shall bo con
firmed by tho City Council."
Under this provision, In my opinion, it
Is your special prerogative and duty not
only to appoint, subject to confirmation
by the Council, all tho appointive officers
provided by law or tho ordinances of this
city, but also to appoint in tho depart
ments of appolntivo officers, all tho depu
ties and agents provided for by the ordi
nances of Salt Lake City, subject to con
firmation or approval of the Council. This
includes, in my Judgment, all employees
In each appolntivo department, who are
regular employees. In other words,, all
employees oxcept In cases whero tem
porary or emergency employees aro au
thorized and permitted to bo employed by
the head of such department.
In ro Engineering department, I find no
authority or provision mado for any em
ployee slnco tlia Revised Ordinances be
came effective. As the law now stands,
so far as tho Engineer's offlco is con
cerned, only tho Engineer is entitled to
pay; no assistants are provided for and
no omergency provisions mado In .respect
to that department.
In ro sexton of City cemetery, since tho
Revised Ordinances bocamo effective
there Is no authority for any employees
whatsoever, and tho soxtlon, only, is en
titled to pay.
In ro superintendent of waterworks, by
tho Revised Ordinances It appears that
tho superintendent of waterworks may
appoint, subject to confirmation by tho
Council, certain named assistants and em
ployees, to have the salaries specified
therein I am constrained to advice you
that In view of chapter 81 of tho laws of
1S09, In so far as the superintendent of
waterworks Is given tho power to appoint
such assistants, tho ordinance is Illegal.
Tho power to nppolnl by the laws of tills
State, rests exclusively In tho Mayor, sub
ject to the approval of tho Council. In
case of the positions named and the sal
aries mentioned. If they havo boon filled
and the duties performed, th employees
aro entitled to tho compensation named,
but you have the power to fill the posi
tions in tho future.
Thero Is also a provfslon In the ordi
nances respecting that department, giving
the superintendent power to appoint cer
tain employees therein named, and such
other us the necessity of his office may
'demand, In such numbers and at such
compensation as the City Council mav
authorize. If, as above stated, any of
them are regular employees, not merely
tentative for emergency purposes, tho ap
pointment should Ixj exorcises by you, and
not by the superintendent.
In ro land and water commissioner, the
ordinances do not specify or fix the com
pensation of any deputies. When such
deputies an; properly provided for by the
Council and their salaries fixed, their ap
pointment will Ho with tho Muvor, until
then authority Is lacking, and no authori
ty for paying them.
As to regular employees In appointive
departments, I think they should be au
thorized In advance, and compensation
fixed by the Council by ordinance. When
this Is done the Mayor should appoint, and
the Council act upon the appointment.
The practleo of tho heads of appolnt
ivo departments employing rcgulas assist
ants and then sending In a pavrool to be
approved by the Council and Mayor la Ir
regular and unauthorized, for tho reason
that tho compensation of such omployces
should be llxed by ordinance and tho ap
pointments made by the Mayor. Yours
respectfully. CHARLES C. DEY.
Hotel Halls. Plensant and comforta
ble, reasonable. 3rd So. and State.
AT THE HOTELS.
Arrivals at tho Cullen yesterday wore:
W. W. Southworth and wife, Lohl; Mrs.
Chevalls, Spokano; E. Salllsbury, Oscar
Johnson, David Chamberlln, Provo; L. L.
Merrlmnn, Chlcago;Mrs. A. E. Force. Em
ma L. Maddlson, Miss Allco Scovllle, Miss
Nclllo Percsall. Miss Codelin Green, Mlsa
E. Force, S. E Force, Jr., I. P. Yeney
and wife, A. D. Tobiu. M. N. Holleroth.
Denver; A. A. Gast, Akron. Ind. ; O. N.
Schutz, Kommerer, Wyo,; John McSor
loy. M. H. Henncssy. If. Sherrlll, Park
City; G A. Lund, Helper; C, J. Wagoner,
A. C. Dlnglo. Pocatcllo: J. W, Clyde, W.
R Earl and wife, Hcbcr; Julias Sultaln,
San Francisco; Ed Hade, manager basket
ball team, Charles L. Richards, Henry
Rose, Davo Gourley, Earnest Greonwodd,
Morgan Adams, Roy Passey, Provo,
At tho Now Wilson European the arriv
als woro: D. Grclnetz. J. W. Langdon,
Donvor; E. G. Rowe, Chicago; Miss Maud
Austin, Idaho Falls; J. D. Stack, Eureka,
Utah; M. M. Warnor, Provo; Frank Moon,
San Francisco. Georgo Ames. Bingham;
C. Chrlstonscn, MantI; F. H. Johnson.
Boise; R. W. Sloan, Evanston, Wyo.;
James Rcld, Bozoman, Mont; Thomas
Laughncy, Ogden; R. A. Steele, Bozo
man, Mont; William F, Smith, Mountain
Home. Ida.; W. R. Scbree, Cold well, Ida,,
M. Abramson, I. C. Simons. Miss Ida Si
mons. Montpcllcr, Ida.: J. H. McLennan,
San Francisco; Mrs. E. M. Canthornc,
New York; S. M. Lowls. Manhattan,
Mont.; William McCord. Provo; Moroni
Hclner, Morgan; Mrs. Barrett, Miss Huttlrt
Barrett, Green River, Wyo., N. 3. Ncll
son. F. C. Jensen, Mount Pleasant; Prof.
J. P. Woodhavc, Denver: W. P. Coppov.
Castlo Gate, F. A. Wllmoth and wife.
Chicago; Frank A. Werner, Gustavo Wer
ner, Lincoln Carr, Los Angeles; AV, Nlv'n,
Minneapolis. Minn.; C. Borgordlng, Bel
grade Minn.; C. S. Field, Georgo Lu
beck, San Frnnclsco; A. L, Park. Kansas
City; W. Hoddy. Park City: J. H. Gard
ner, M, M. Ingnlls, Walter L. Webb Lc
hl; Miss Florence Burton, Vernal, J m
Cause, Ogden; J. E. Bcrgh, Bingham; w'
C. Brooker,, Price; A. M. Norton, M. E
Jennings. Bingham; L. C, Daugherty, St"
Louis; Moscah Evans, T. H. Garland
"Wo havo moved to No, 12 West Third
South. "Will bt glad to meet our old
friends and customers in our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
1. N. Lewis, Prop,
WAR SPIRIT IS
ATTORNEYS SMITH AND HAN
SON CAME NEAR WANTING. .
TO FIGHT IN COURT.
Deputy Sheriff Butler spoiled what,
might not havo boon a fight In tho crimi
nal division of the City court yesterday
"You're a liar!" said Assistant County
Attorney Dana Smith, as ho startod
around tho tablo toward Attorney WII
lard Hanson. He paused In front of tho
pollco officer in attendance on tho court,
but tho pollcoman w.13 a sport and 31 ado
no movo to stop him. Ho was on tho
last turn when Mr. Butler barred his
Aftor assuring himself that Butler had
tho situation woll In hand, Mr. Hanson
said defiantly, "1 might nay tho samo of
Judge Dlehl thrcatc-ned to fine both law
yers for contempt, but apologies were
raodo and the Incident was closed. It
began over tho question of the bond
given by Orson Hudson for his appear
ance in the District court to answer tho
charge of obtaining monoy under falso
pretenses. Mr. Smith objected to tho
continuance of the bond, on tho ground
that the bondsman, Lv R. Rogers, was
an attorney In the case. Mr. Hanson de
clared that the objection was raised In
order to force his client to get out and
hustle a now bond.
"It Is not a fact," said Mr. Smith.
"It 13 a fact." retorted Hanson.
"You're a liar!" shouted the Assistant
County Attorney, and the excitement
Albert Sopcr, an old gentleman with
Brlghaaicsque whiskers, was tho com
plaining witness. He testified that "Bro
thor" Hudson had pretended to havo pur
chased 1000 head of sheep for him In
Idaho In July, 19CC. In consideration of
the purchase, Mr. Soper testified, he paid
Hudson 52000. In tho fall of the samo year,
he continued, "Brother" Hudson confessed
to him that he had not bought any sheep
and proposed to work" for Soper and turn
over half his wages until tho 53000 waH
mado good. Notwithstanding his griev
ance against tho defendant, the old gen
tleman Invariably alluded to him as ' bro
ther." Sopor's wife and daughtor-ln-law both
testified to the conversation In which Hud
son admitted that ho had. not Invested In
any sheep. Tho defense Introduced no
testimony,' and merely asked that the
ball bond bo continued, which was done.
LACE HOUSE IS
Frank Knox Secures the Stock and
Fixtures on His Bid of
The reception of sealed bids for the
Lace House assets, which were opened
yesterday, resulted In the sale of the
stock of goods and fixtures to Frank
Knox, president of the National Bank
of the Republic,' for $28,750. The pur
chase includes the lease of the building
in which tho business was conducted
and where the stock and fixtures yet
remain, the lease running to September
1, 190C. The Invoice and appraised val
ue of the assets was 554, OuO for the
stock, 510,000 for tlie fixtures and 515.000
for the books accounts. Trustee Hls
key has not yet disposed of the ac
counts. In the event that these are re
alized upon on the same basis as the
stock and fixtures, the creditors will
bo paid close to GO per cent on their
Mr, Knox has not decided what dispo
sition he will make of his purchase.
He Is considering several offers for the
stock of goods, but he may conclude to
put In a inanuger, replenish the stock
and reopen the place for business. This
will probably be determined within a
"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
association, scientific, collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
$195 Shoe j
j Valises j
j Interest . S
238 and 240 Main st. 'Phono 695.
A LIVELY TIME
With the plumbing Is unnecessary If you
will let us look aftor your work In that
lino. Wo do not Ioavo a Job half riono and
things don't happen to tho householdor
that makes him want to kill tho plumber.
We aro first-class plumbvra
IN EVERY RESPECT
But one. Our bills nre so omall that peo
plo think of tho old-tlmo charges with
malico in tholr hearts.
I. JVL HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 East First Houth- Tolophono 712.
The World's Greatest
Affects Every Age and
The Only Sure Cure is
If there Tfcro not another external
pkln disease known, eczema would be a
vufQcient Infliction on mankind. It per
vides all classes, and descends impar
ls ly through generations. "While somo
. e constantly enveloped In It, others
havo It confined to small patches In the
cars, on tho scalp, on the breast, on tho
palms of the hinds, on tho limbs, etc.,
but everywhere ita dlatlnctivo feature is
a small watery blister, which discharges
an acrid fluid, causing heat, Inflamma
tion, and Intense itching, scaling and
Tho Cuticura treatment Is at once
agreeable, speedy, economical and com
prehensive. Bathe the affected parts
freely with hot water and Cuticura
Soap, to cleanse tho surface of crusts
and scales, and softon tho thickened
cntlcle. Dry, without hard rnbblng,
and apply Cuticura Ointment to allay
itching, Irritation and Inflammation,
and soothe and heal, and, lastly, taVo
Cuticura Resolvent, or Pills, to cool and
cleanse tho blood. This treatment af
fords Instant relief, permits rest and
sleep in the severest farms of eczema
and other ltchlnc, burning and scaly
humours, and points to a speedy, per
manent and economical enre of tor
turing, disflgnrlng humours, eczemas,
rashes aud inflammations, from Infancy
to age, when all other remedies and the
best physicians fail.
EolJ throotViout th world. Catleura nttotrcot, lAt
(In form ot CbceoliU Cot1 PM, S5. pr tUI at jmy,
Olntinnt.i.. 8op 25c. Dt;U London. IT Chirttr
houM Sq.i 1'itli. A Ka dr Ia I'iIii Boston, 1.T7 Colambu
ATr. l'ttr Lnir Ic Chtm Corp, foJ Prortttort.
aE-Kccd for " Uow to Cut Liztrni-"
Mwj'v.wmvzpsrn ii hp 1 mmm w u
W L. M. Bcaven. P. H. Murry. B
f Annlo B. Murry. B
Trio of U
$ Treat Successfully all Chronic B
ft Diseases. C
y 303 Auerbach Building
3 Office Tel 1110-Y. Res. 1030-Y. H
h.Y.'Aiiw wag) mtmjimatBam
LAKEl llfclll HEcURtnJN-8'3 '
3 Didbts ana 2 matinees I
Beginning niondav matinee ' H
Tebruary 22 . H
Messrs. Sam S. Shubcrt and Nixon &
Zimmerman's Gorgeously Beautiful IH
Not a vulgar line or sucgcsllvo costumo
in the production, IH
42J times at Casino Theater, Now York. '
Two years in London.
The best, largest and most expensive
company in America. I iH
Prices: EOc to 5LE0. Wednesday Matinee: 1 ;H
35c to 51.00. 'H
I SPECIAL SALE J
I TODAY .
$400 for $175 ? I
Cash or Time. I
Clayton Music Co, I ll
Successors to Calder's Sons Co.
I Everything Musical , H
T J NTON ASSAY OlfFICE,
If. S. SXNAUEK, HftaaW!. ( jJ
Removed to JS2 South "W. Tempi. IH
SAMPLES BY MAIL. AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attention. Analytical lH
-work & specialty. Send for prico list. i H
JW. OtTRRTK, ASSATER, IH
W. 3rd Booth, Salt lAteOty; IH
j Here Are Some RecordBreaking Values H
...For Today's Shopping... I
j ' No Time Limit ,on These-They Will Be Sold All L :H
I Day Until the Entire Lots Are Disposed Of.
ANOTHER GREAT JEWELRY SALE VIOLETTE "
! The entire clean-up of a local 'll
; Jewelry dealer's stock, including TAIB CT CAAD Jl
J belt pins, buckles, sash pins, flUflLLI 3lil
brooches, sleeve link.9, collar H
j pins, shirt waist seta, etc., etc., Delicately scented violet soap- (ll
' In gold, silver and oxidized fin- three cakes In a box 25c la tlite
ishes; values up to 75c choice regular price today (Saturday), IH
while they last in a11 day.
j at iUJfr per box
' ladies' Drawers New Spring Waistings H
j See tho handsome white waist- IH
' Ladles' fine drawers In- two dlf- lngs Just received, highly mer- H
e fercnt styles; some with fine cerized, all beautiful new de- H
embroidery insertion and edge; signs; small and medium llgures, H
I others with fine tucks and deep dots, etc. The regular price . H
I hem. Choice of these will be GOc today it?f I H
two styles today at... -br (Saturday), per yard.. ODr i
HIGH-GRADE 50c and $1 00 Ladies H
i TABLE DAMASK St nit '
"We are going to drop one of our Jus received by express ono more
i . ii . . . . , lot of 35 dozen sample neck- hH
$1.5 lines of table damask, six pieces for ladles, Including silk
i patterns In all, and In- order to and lace stocks, turn-overs, au- lll
close it out quickly we will tomobile ties and collars with H
throw it on our counters bows attached. I IH
Saturday at, (C, or 51.00 grades go ccff Ml
j per yard 5 at . 5?
Si-size napkins to match C jw GOc grades go HSZ(t ll
above, per dozen O" at '"OT ' M
' WAISTS that sold from $2.00 to $5.75 or
j to be closed out ll
I You will find many amazing values in this ,H
I ...Great Saturday Waist Sale... il
f At such a cut price you can afford to buy several, even to be re- i IH
a served for next season's wear. a I H
U Come in both light weight and heavy weight materials, such as I , H
I white and colored vcstlngo, cheviots, mercerized and flcccc-llncd cottons I H
B and dark colored wool cheviots, wool granlto cloths, Persian stripes, Han- I IH
I nelsj, etc., etc., all colors, some slightly soiled, all sizes, but more of the 1 jH
1 larger sizes. I
1 STORE CLOSED MONDAY WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. f I
1 OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK. jH