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4 The SaXiT Lake Tmbme! Sunday Mokntg, Febru-Aiiy 21. 1904. Sl
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I! NASH VS. NASH
: IN DISTRICT COURT
Revelations as to the Unfortunate
' 2omestic Entanglements of Woll-
' Known Salt Lako People.
divorce case of. Sarah L. Nash vs. Al
bert H. Nash, former postmaster and
member o the lant Legislature, which
was up before Judge Morse In the Dls
y trict court yesterday. The plaintiff
broke down once -while on- the stand and
gave way to sobbing. She testified to
infidelity of her husband; said she had
I lain unuor trees ail nignt 10 wuicu unii,
said Bhc had struck him over the shoul
der with a heavy umbrella and he had
pulled a revolver upon her. To help
matters along the attorneys Indulged
in unseemly tilts and W. H. King, rcp
1 resenting Mrs. Nash, was once called
2 down by the court in no equivocal
The plaintiff is represented by Attor
neys "V. JI. King and J. W. Burton, and
, Nash by C. S. Varlan. Mrs. Nash is a
? largo striking-looking woman of the
, brunette type; her husband is a small,
restless man with blue eyes and a shin
ing buld head.
The plaintiff testified that she had
" taken in sewing and gone out washing
at different times during the sixteen I
, , years of their married life to eecure tho
t- common necessaries of life. Sho" told of
' 1 her husband taking other women out to
j i restaurants and spending money upon
j them while for moilths at a time he
. I contributed nothing toward her support.
At times the defendant became so
t worked up that he could not restrain
' himself and exclaimed: "It's a lie; It's
1 a damn lie!" referring to statements
( made by his wife. Once ho was called
1, down by the court and told that his
' time for testifying would come later.
His attorney once turned to him and
told him to keep quiet, adding "I wish
you were out of here."
IAiiurney vanan aiiemptea to snow
that his client had been dependent upon
politics for a livelihood at all times since
theJr marriage, but the plaintiff declared
that he had not. She said there was no
politics connected with his securing the
postmastershlp. Sho said Mr. Benton
was postmaster but decided that ho
wanted to be United States Marshal,
and merely by accident Mr. Nash got
the position. The attorney asked why
she had worked to defeat him in his
legislative aspirations last fall and she
t said because ho was "unfit."
, "When did you discover that he was
"About two weejes after wo were mar
ried." "Why did you not opposo his appoint
ment as postmaster then?"
, "Because I loved him then, and- did
not want to protest against him."
The witness went on to say that she
had been comnelledr to do sfwlnc nnri
I washing to earn a living while her hus
band was drawing a salary., of $300 a
month as postmaster.
"He never treated me as a husband
should," and the woman could not re
strain her tears. She lifted her veil and
i sobbed In her handkerchief.
; During their married life she said her
husband had left her so many times' and
, come back again that she could not
count them Referring to one time when
he had gone away, sho stated he had
gone saying he could get accommoda
tions elsewhere for less money and took
The plaintiff accused her husband of
intimacy with one Mrs. Little, and said
that he had told her that the woman
was his sweetheart and that he wanted
to marry her. She said that he had told
her he loved Mrs. Little and that he" had
been intimate wtih her and would over
throw his wife to marry her.
She had ran after her husband, she
said, and struck him with her umbrella.
He jumped high in the air, and then
, went along with her, trying all 'the time
to get away, and saying he loved Mrs.
Little. Mrs. Nash testified that he
finally pulled a revolver and threatened
to- blow her brains out. "I Jumped at
him then and he turned and ran."
On erflRS-PYnnilnoHnn, Mi ,..U
I, ...7" '.-:Aaimiiauon' me witness tea
tilled that her husband had been Inti
mate with Mrs. Little; that she had re
mained under a tree all one night in
1 the month of July to assure "herself of
her husband's Infidelity. She said she
I 'j stayed out many nights watching
. the movements of the defendant . and
' had not left her vigil until 4, 5 or 6
I o'clock in the morning,
I m 11 9, exf ccted that the testimony of
, the defendant when he takes the stand
plaintiff. When adjournment was taken
yesterday afternoon the case was con
tinued until Monday morning, February
I FROM MISS JOHNSEN '
TO MRS. JOHNSON
Emma Johnsen, who changed one let
ter in her name by marrying Charles
Johnson in this city on the 7th of Au
gust lastf yesterday filed suit for di
vorce, on the ground of cruelly, in the
District court. The couple have been
ii J1.,,1 ,urrny' at which place the
plaintiff alleges that she was compelled
to enter a saloon and take her husband
therefrom. It Is claimed that on this
occasion he handled her roughly and
ill-treated her. and at divers other
times called her indecent names. The
defendant is charged with habitual in
temperance. The plaintiff asks to be
restored 10 her maiden name.
I CHARGED "WITH
B. P Armstrong and P. A. Sorenson
are charged with having attempted to
make an Illegal assessment on the stock
of the Nephl Mining company. In a
complaint filed agalnBt them and tho
above company by F. W. Lamb, R. C
Elackett and Harry Foote in the Dis
trict court yesterday. The above plafii
:L llcfc'e tnat Ulov arc directors of
the Nephl Mining company and tho
owners of more than 200,000 shares of
its capital stock. The defendants and
other stockholders are said to own
about 100,000 shares, while the remain
ing 100.000 shares remain In the treas
ury unissued. The plaintiffs protested
against tho levying 0f any assessment
And voted against It. It is claimed that
the defendants now threaten- to sell the
stock for the alleged pretencd assess
ment, and it Is asked that a restraining
order be Issued against them.
1 Judge Lewis yesterday rendered
i!I-JB2J?e.nt ln vor of th Plaintiffs for
5G0I.6O In the case of Isaac Woolf et al.
vs. H. H. Cooper.
1 In to cases of the Deseret National
bank vs. Berry Hampton and the Utah
Commercial bank vs. William Davidson
et al. and vs. P. j. Reld et al., Judge
Stewart yesterday entered default
udemen.ts. lR fayer p ye RaIptwrg
FIVE CONVICTS ARE
GIVEN FULL PARDON
C. L. Maxwell, tho prisoner who aid
ed tho guards at the State prison at the
time of the Jail-break last October, and
four other convicts were granted par
dons by tho Stale Board of Pardons ut
its regular monthly meeting yesterday.
Maxwell's sentence was commuted to
one day at tho last meeting of the
board, but tho man doBired a full par
don with his liberty to remove tho
stigma attached to losing his citizen
ship. The other four prisoners receiving
clemency at the hands of the board
were George Phillip Trunkhlll, serving
ono year for burglary; Andrew Marx,
six months for illegal voting; John H.
Lee, Jr., six years for burglary; Wil
liam H. GIrard, six months for obtain
ing money under falso pretenses.
The application of Harry T. Duke,
serving four years for embezzlement,
HALF A THOUSAND
SLAIN. IN BATTLE
Albanians Meet 'With. Severe Re
verses in Conflict With, tho
SALONICA, Feb. 20. Another
battle ocourred ' between the in-
surgent Albanians in north Al-
bania and the Turkish troops
Fobruary 19th. The Albanians 4-
were beaten, losing 600 men killed -f
or wounded. The Truks also lost
Shemshl Pasha, who was In
command of the Turks at DIa- -f '
kova, has been superseded owing
to tho Sultan's displeasure at his -f
unduly severe treatment of tho
Morris Abrahamson, Montpoller, Ida....2S
Ida Simons, Montpoller, Ida 13
Camlllo Paumlc. Salt Lako City 2i
Elna Lundgron, Salt Lako City 22
Alex Hougall, Eureka 31
Hilma Frlnan, Eureka 19
Victor Johnson, Eureka 25
Ida Anderson, Eureka , is
Thomas Parkinson, Portland, Or 33
Dora Crook, Bait Lako City 30
John L. Lamoreaux, Ogden 24
Lucy Marriott, Marrlottsvlllo 23
Albert E. Taylor. Salt Lako City.. .24
Dora Brlnton. Big Cottonwood 23
William M. Sholton. Ft Douglas S
Selroa A. L. Llderburgh, Salt Lake.... 23
was continued until next meeting. The
following cases were all continued ono
month: Fory C. Hcrron, ono year,
adultery; Frederick von Falkonstoln,
one year, forgery, applfcatipn for com
mutation; Wesley Thomas, four years,
burglary; Robert Lister and Robert
Watson, five years each, highway rob
bery. Tho last two prisoners were sent
up from Ogden. After their conviction
they received 5500 from England and
retained Attorney Lesalngor of Ogden
to prosecute an appeal of their case to
tho Supremo court. It is understood
that Mr. Lessinger has received ,the
necessary money to make the appeal,
but has neglected to do so. The attor
ney, together with certain Weber coun
ty officials, will be subpoenaed to ap
pear before the Board of Pardons next
The applications for pardon of Fred
Engleke, serving one year for burglary,
and John Burt, Jr., ten months for
felony, were denied.
Alfred Silvester. Salt Lako 25
Agnes Soroiiscn. Salt Lako 21
SI H. Hlffginbotham, Salt Lako 22
Leah Lent, Payson 20
Gcorgo F, Baldwin, Fort Douglas 39
Annlo Malln, 8alt Lako 32
Wllford Rynearson, Woodland 2i
Suslo Meoks, Clrclovlllo 20
Talman J. Thurbcr, Salt Lako .....20
Mary E. Stoors, Salt Lako 19
Frank Berta, Salt Lake ,23
Poallna Cerus, Salt Lake ..21
Doraoy Herr, Salt Lake City ..... 25
Edna Lypn, Salt Lake City 22
Mike Tlochncr, Eureka 23
Lllllc Ockandor, Santuqln 19
Walter E. Dunn, Salt Lake City 2C
Crissio Ekstedt, Salt Lako City 20
H. D. Goodyear, Salt Lako City 33
Mary E. Bullock, Salt Lako City ....30
LouIb Porteku, Bingham Junction 22
Johanna Porko, Bingham Junction ....IS
David C. Shupo, North Ogden 20
Sophia Matthew, Salt Lake City 22
Angus Clltt. Park City 21
Beatrice Johns, Pork City 19
Albert Mcdvldek. Murray 37
j-jiuvj inibBi muiriiy
Chris Riley. Pocatello, Ida 1....22
Llzzlo Presturlch, Moroni 22
Joshua L. Summcrhays, Forest Dalo ...24
Mary Bennlon, Tayloravlllo 23
John Conrad, Salt Lako City 23
Ida Kasermann, Bait Lako City 23
Adolph T. Juhlln, Salt Lako City 40
Annlo S. Chrlstcnsen, Salt Lako City.. So
William J. Jacklln, American Fork ....27
Blanche Beckstoad, Salt Lako City... IS
Andrus M. WIsdadt, Sandy 69
Maria C. Peterson, East Jordan -1G
Edward M. De Crangton, Salt Lako Cltj-23 I
Ellen M. Brock, Salt Lake City 27
Georgo M. White, Mill Creek 34 (
Cora B. Collins, Salt Lako City 33
Three Killed in Powder Explosion.
PATERSON, N. J.. Feb. 20. An ex
plosion at the Laflin & Rand powder
mtlls at Wayne, seven miles from here,
today, caused the death of three men.
The mills were wrecked
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j Wojuderfel Shoe Values That You
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For Men's Shoes 1
w j! , ,JT 111 ho:Si calf and kangaroo calf.J ks,
JLa.ciies WeaF hand welt Eole3 any size- 1 &
In all sizes, hand, turn and. hand .
welt soles, vici Md and patent-kid . rM'jjfy yt rt'c
uppers, FRENCH, OTJUAIT and QyjS .' P
MILITANT heels, S3.00 and MaimliW m,
3.50 values. 238 and 240 Main st 'Phono 695. ' :tor'
I When received for treat- SMP
mont. When discharged cured. 3& years after treatment. !,tt
i . THE BOY OPIUM EATER
; Llttlo Jasper Holloway was brought to tho Keeloy Institute for tho treat- Wll
fnont of tho Opium habit. His father and mother have both been using ttfff.J
g Tho mother says that when Jasper was bcrn ho suffered so that sho gavo ' v8-1
him soothing syrup' until it ceasod to havo any effict. and then for somo Pkfi
time she gave him Opium dissolved; but as ho grow older his system craved J&
g Xor It In a different form, and then oho commenced to glvo it to him In pills, Si irfii-
ft gradually increasing tho dose until ho was taking from twonty-ono to twon- S' fZ
ty-elght grains of Opium per day. 5S' f1
.l.I1.0,1' !?0 c;imo t0 th0 Inatituto ho was oxtremoly weak, ncn-ous, havins S
0 but llttlo to say to any one. L fjjfs
He was emaciated and covered with sores and weighed only EO pounds, ft?
g In four -weeks i ho gained 12, pounds, with clear skin, bright eyes, and a S; 'Ikt
$ food" anPUt0' BloPfc wo11 and refused to take anything but wholesomo '
0 I-Io is a bright boy, and celebrated his ninth birthday whllo undor treat- S
ment, and says no ono will over glvo him that stuff again.
0 I desire Dr. Keeloy to havo this evidence of his groat work, although ob- 8': Sf
?,ci7! nro raHcd aSuto th0 otor iety It may glvo tho boy. It might look !
0 ungrateful to rofuso tho request, for whero would our dear child now bo but ! irol
0 for tho Ivcoley treatmont. Very probably not here ;
g (Signed.) MRS. 1,1. M. HOLLOWAY. S- !b j
1 THE KEELEY INSTITUTE 1 g
I For the Cure of Drunkenness and Drug Addictions 3$
Lock Box 480. Si jI
334 W. So. Temple St. Salt Lake City, U tah
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