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I V ; The Salt Hajke Tbibtots.1 Wednesday MonisxisG-, .Mauch 9, 1904. . 5
I: MRS. NASH WILL
I GET A DIVORCE
"But tho Outlook for Alimony is Not
Bright as Nash Has But 90
Cents Borrowed Money.
j ;f . COUE.T CAIiENDAK.
f " Coses Set for Today.
-t- DISTRICT COURT. -f
Division No. 1 Hon. W. C. Hall,
4- Judge. Con. Jefferson G. & C. Ml- -f
4- ning Co. vs. Hugh L. Bcrjlcy ct al.
-f District No, 2 Hon. S. W. Stew- -f
.art. Judge. Alex Stlefol vs. Con.
-f Railway and Power Co.
I '4- Division No. 3-Hon. C. V. Morse.
f-' Judge. Sarah L, Nash vs. Albert -f-
-- H. Nash.
rf Division No. -1 Hon. T. D. Lewis.
'rf- Judge. Union and Jordan Irrlga-
tlon Co. vs. Richards Irrigation Co.; -f
4- Job Whlto vs. Century Gold Mining
4- CITY COURT.
-j- Civil division Hon. II. S. Tanner,
, 4' Judge. 10 a. m., Steffoy vs. Pratt; 4-
'4- 2 p. m.. Parsley vs. Boyes. 4
I ' 'if 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-4-4- 4- 4- 4
I Tho sensational features In the separate
j "Snaintenanco and divorce suit of Sarah L.
(Nash vs. Albert II. Nash were all elim
inated yesterday with tho Ming of an
jiunended complaint by the plaintiff, in
, '-which she merely charges her husband
j with non-support and asks for a decrco of
U divorce, togother with alimony In a sum
It 'not less than J50 per month. The com-
11 plaint was filed as tho result of an agrco-
ll rnent. in which it was decided to leave out
Bfc all the charges of desertion, cruelty and
US infidelity that were made In the former
jttjBffi complaint asking for separate malntc-
twm' B i The defendant was placed nnon tho
mWM H i stand and testified as to his llnanclal con-
IH V j idltlon. With tho exception of somo real
jB 'estate Mr. Nash claims to be practically
il'jHUE 'destitute Ho said ho was unable to find
MAK suitable employment owing to a partial
doafness, and that all the money he had
iH Mil? '"was 90 cents, which he had borrowod. Tho
WEr- ril; real estate mentioned consists of seven
flw J -lots about three miles west of the city.
:9El& as JTwo witnesses were placed upon the stand
iHHtlli' anJ testified that tho lots were not worth
Hs4B' morr than 525 each at tho present time.
jH "Witnesses for the plaintiff will be exam-
WfHF Dm ined this morning in relation to the valuu
'of, tho property. Tho case was continued
Wmf '.until today in order that tho court could
fK- 15 m have more testimony upon which to decide
yWi s tho question of alimony. Thero is no
MB 1,1 X A doubt as to the plaintiff being awarded
j x 1 m the decree of divorce.
J J GEORGE B. SHOWELL
If WANTS HIS INSURANCE.
I 1 The "Wllllamsburgh City Fire Insurance
31 company of Brooklyn, N, Y., is the de-
i fendant In a suit yesterday transferred to
'j the Federal court. George W. Showcll
j of Box Elder county Is the plaintiff and
1 peeks to collect $-1200 alleged to be duo
f as fire lnsuranco on his residence and barn,
i which were destroyed on May 19. 1903.
Showcll avers In tho complaint that he
' W" if-fi 'carried Insurance for the abovo amount
4 H Aft "on his property and tho Insurance com-
f 1 , ftany now refuses to pay up as stipulated
r tho contract.
'fcjfeA In Its answer tlie Willlamsburgh com-"
3 1?Y J pany declares that Showcll made false rep-
i1 j mf resentations as to the valuation of his
J I ft ' property when he was Insured, and that ho
4if' "nn a'so mnd falso representations as to
( ifl j the amount of the damage caused by flro
WiM I Tnc suIt was or'K'nnlly "led In tho Dls-
' tl4 trlct court in Box Elder county, but was
MP I T transferred upon motion of the defendant.
Jj EOR ARTHUR BROWN.
yJt . il Still another continuance In the case
mm Afl of the State against Arthur Brown
kmmMk charged with adultery, was granted by
mWC jS Judge Morse in the District court yestcr
mmT d day. The time for the defendant to plead
kmb 14 ' waB set for next Monday. March Mth, bv
MT- i -which time It Is expected the Supremo
t court will have passed upon tho petition
1 )Vl for rehearing on tho writ of prohibition,
,f which was denied by tho Appellate courL
kW Ti County Attorney wcsterclt protested In
km' l vain again the postponement of tho case.
km 1 5 The date now set for the former Son-
H, ' J tor to plead la that fixed for the passing
ff, C2 ot fentenco upon Mrs. Anna M. Bradlev,
V' who pleaded guilty to the crimes charged
;A against Arthur Brown. There la llttlo
H' f likelihood that she will be sentenced until
H ; f b after Brown has been tried.
j jjiu Court Notes.
tmJi- r?rl i Suit for divorce was begun In the DIs-
H-l -'sA 4rJct court yesterday by Francis Brown
hWLVI 'against Aim Brown, who Is charged with
Ill'j having deserted tho plaintiff in February,
AStjjTy 1W3. The parties Intermarried In tills city
H on May 7. 1690. The plalntllt asks for gen-
Jr fL er'a, relief and for costs.
Hj yWi In the District court Judge Lewis vester-
U Uif day granted a decree of divorce to "Minnie
H L SI O'Brien from Timothy J O'Brien on the
I Wi y grounds of habitual drunkennesB and cru
t; I eIt'' Tne two children of tho couple, who
! x I vcrc marrlc-d In November. 1S95. were given
U' t Into tho caro of the plaintiff. Tho defond-
! fL ant has been ordgred to pay permanent all
mi, 15 J. mony. to the plaintiff in tho sum of J10 per
r U; ' month.
I i COULTER, OF 0GDEN,
I 1 GOES TO WEST POINT
t H. G. Coulter of Ogden passed the
""Hj best examination In the tests recently
3H held by Slate Suixirlntendent Nelson
J hM for appointment lo "West Point. The
fkm appointment is to be made by Senator
Smoot, and report of the result of the
-y& examination was made to him yester-
.9 day. The Ogden boy received the hlgh-
:w est grades 6f the four applicants for the
m appointment, and, in fact, passed a
fij most creditable examination. Mr. Nel
, ' boh Is of the opinion thai he will have
1 iim no trouble In passing the final examlna-
fJM tlon to be held at Fort Lropan, Colo., on
H Mr. Coulter is 17 years of ace and is
HI the son of Dr. C. 12. and Mrs. Mary G.
MM Coulter of Ogden. He passed a rigid
' M T physical examination before taking the
J mental tests.
L 1 WIND-UP OF CRIPPLE
ki CREEK STRIKE CASES.
CRIPPLE CREEK. Colo.. March S.
1 All cases against the union miners
j charged with different train dernlllngs
IPSE ' the Vindicator mine disaster and other
IfyKfiy offenses, have been nolled on the re-
ifr-tln quest of District Attorney Trowbridge,
njfUm before Judge Lewis.
M" The caee against Charles H. McKln-
HB?4i -fiey, who confessed to complicity in the
wJ attempted train wrecking, has not been
- I dismissed, and will come up on March
r r?M 18th. He testified that he was with Spe-
AeA1 clal AKeilL Beclcman and uttempted to
JuSfll derail a Florence &. Cripple Creek nas-
S 'el . senger train which was loaded lth
'jfim! tinlon and non-union men.
SIST OF POLITICAL GOSSIP
Governor Wells Is" not intending to let
the Impression go out that If Senator
Reed Smoot Is unseated, he will attempt
to succeed to the place. He says he does
not want to go to the Senate by the
A prominent democrat, when told
that M. E. Mulvey had been elected
chairman of the combined city and
county Democratic committee and that
C. M. Jackson had been appointed sec
retary of the committee Instcud of A.
H. Tarbct, an previously announced,
fairly burned tho air with his swear
words. "I suppose that the only thing
that a Democrat can do ,ln Utah who
has any respect for the party in gen
eral is to go down to the Jordan river
early some morning and drown him
self." The Board of Corrections will select
a warden for the State prison this
forenoon. The names that will likely
go before the board ere: Dr, A. C.
Young. Arthur Piatt. John Q. Cannon,
Andrew Burt. Charles Wllcken and
George B. Squlrcu. Not all of these arc
avowed candidates, but it Is understood
that their friends are busy in present
ing their names to the appointing
It is proposed to increase the salary
of the President of the United States to
$75,000 :i year, The great expense to
which a President must go to maintain
the dignity of the ofllce, it is said, de
ters many a poor man from getting' into
the national game. If the salary Is In
creased It Is supposed that the Demo
crats will have no difllculty finding
plenty Qt' available material with which
to construct a national ticket. But at
present there Is no "really good Demo
crat" who can afford to undertake the
There are more than a score of uses
for a political club, It is said, but the
most effective service is rendered In
putting candidates on the sick list.
Since Mayor Morris has been assured
that he is not to be kidnaped he ap
pears to be in a better frame of mind.
It wns a close call for him. and he Is
more than thankful to the News' sleuth
reporter for giving him warning- In time
to fortify himself.
The Herald recently said that In the
matter of making appointments that
"Tho Mayor has the whip hand." May
bo so, but he does not seem to be able
to understand what to do with it.
Councilman Fernstrom announced to
the Council Monday night that Health
Commissioner Stewart Is "trying to be
the whole thing." Is it possible that the
Third ward member has become
A clumsy attempt was made by some
of the Democratic members of the
Council to put President Hewlett In tho
hole on the labor question, but tho play
miscarried. It becomes more and more
evident (that President Hewlett Is not
made of the stuff that the Democratic
members seemed to think him to be.
He is not only able to meet their tactics
and frustrate them on all occasions,
but he Is so adroit in his manner that
those who are most discomfited have
no cause for personal resentment.
Councilman Fernstrom attempted to
bulldose the President Monday night,
but ho was eaylly routed.
Mayor Morris may never recognize
that h.e.. has met nig Waterloo in' Presi
dent Hewlett and other Republican
members of the Council. Some persons
are politically so obtuse that they can
not see a condition until it runs ovjer
them. Mayor Morris is laying himself
open to the suspicion that he Is In that
class. He has been given to understand
on at least four occasions that he can
not overrun the Republican majority
of the Council. He continues to stand
bc-foro them as the high priest and
executioner. He moves the wand that
has been placed in his Impotent hand by
those of his privy council, but it Is
without magic. He Is not "It." He re
fuses to be anything less. He might
have been able long ago to pay half of.
his campaign debts. He declined to
liquidate until he could pay in full. He
refuses to be a part of the city govern
ment. He wills to be the top, side and
bottom, and now he finds himself
floundering about in a sea of self-con-celt,
helpless and naked before his
There is really some-thing pathetic in
this affair of Mayor Morris's. He prob
ably would bo fair with the Council
majority If he were permitted to hew
out his own course. He doubtlessly
knows that he cannot accomplish his
ends so lqng as he pursues the course
he is now following. It is madness with
out the semblance of method. He
in badly, shamefully advised. He is
being led a wild-goose chase with
no possible chance for the game. No
man for a moment will concede that the
Mayor has any ixjsstbk show of ac
complishing his ends without the as
sistance of the majority of the Council.
And there is no one that will hold that
men of the character of the Republican
members will permit the over-weening
policy of the Mayor to triumph. It
would be to ytultlfy themselves in the
eyes of their constituents.
The Republican members of the
Council are not made of that stuff.
Mayor Morris should not further
daily with them.
He should cease to taunt them with
obnoxious nominations. His course in
the matter of the clerkship of the Board
of Health Is unpardonable. Council
cannot and will not respect the
executive so long as he Haunts ouch
things in their faces.
What would the Senate of the United
States think of a President that would
on every possible occasion send to that
body for confirmation an appointment
that he had absolute knowledge of It
being personally offensive to the Sen
ate and which he was certain would not
be Indorsed? Would that Senate not
feel that a personal affront were In
tended? ti a
If Mayor Morris Is acting in this
patronage matter In his own right
and without tho force of strong politi
cal pressure, he deserves to be taken,
aside by some of the level-headed men
of his party- and taught a few lessons
F. E. McGurrin Tells a Denver Paper
What He Thinks of the Smoot
F. E. McGurrin of this city stopped 'In
Denver on his way home from the East,
and gave a warm interview to the Denver
"In thlB and otner countries." said he,
"people gonorally think only of polygamy
when thero arises a discussion as to tho
merits of tho Mormon church. But that
Is not the chief evil of this organization.
The Mormons aro deep Into politics. If
they would only keep their hands off tho
elections It would be all right. As It Is,
the3' hold tho balauco of power In Utah.
In Salt Lnke. CO per cent of the popula
tion are Gentiles, but the church swings
every , election the way tho leaders com
mand. Tho word goes down the line from
tho president to tho apostles and the bish
ops. At 12 o'clock on election day If neces
sary the Mormons can frame up to carry
"But among tho Mormons there Is, per
haps, a less degree of Immorality than can
bo found oleewhere. I bollevc, however,
that the younger element In the church
Is losing interest in tho old teachings.
Many of thorn do not care particularly to
be ldentlilcd with tho organization. Such
as turn their backs upon the church aro
ostracized and for that reason many re
main In the church who do not want
to bo In.
"A Russian who comes to this country
without taking out his naturalization pa-
gers has no more right to be a United
tates Senator than Reed Bmoot. Smoot'G
allcirianco to tho church is greater than
to hl3 country. No great objection has
been raised In Salt Lako to the old Mor
mons llvintr with tholr plural wives. Thev
don't deny It. for If they did they would
cast a reflection upon the legitimacy of
"If a Mormon Is to be admitted to the
United States Sonate, Imagine tho possi
bilities. At the present time the Mor
mons have a good grip upon tho political
machinery of Idaho. They are invading
wostern Wyoming. New Mexico and Ari
zona. Supposing that they should eventu
ally land twelve Senators In the United
States Senate. These men would vote as
a unit upon all things and have tho bal
ance of power In tholr hnndn. Thev be
lieve that they are to rule the earth". If
Smoot Is admitted, then tho next United
States Senator from Utah will be a Mor
mon and Mormon Senators from other
States will go to the Senate."
In ofiicial courtesy. If he acts under
pressure too strong to be personally re
sisted, his party should go to his rescue.
In the spirit of a Republican member
of the Council. "Let Mayor Morris show
that he Is willing to put the matter of
appointments on the basis of principle,
and stop pending In appointments for
the Council to confirm that are per
sonally objectionable, and we will meet
him on the same footing that is in keep
ing with his ofllce. Unless he does this
ho can never have Ihe Council's re
spect." The latest phase of the Board of
Health clerkship muddle Is that Health
Commissioner Stewart han notified the
Mayor's appointee that he is persona
non gratia in the health department,
and tho combination of the safe has
been changed that Jackson cannot have
access to the books and documents. Dr.
Stewart holds that until Council
confirms an appointment that the
duties of the clerk will be performed by
Sanitary Inspector Margetts. Jackson
has filed" a written protest, but Dr.
Stewart is only giving the Mayor's ap
pointee the laugh.
Dr. Stewart Insists that there Is no
possible show for Jackson's confirma
tion, and he holds that ho would be re
creant to his trust if he permitted
the health department to be turned
over to a man who is In no legal sense
warranted to take charge. If Coun
cil had not passed on the Mayor's ap
pointment, then the Health Commis
sioner feels that he would not be upheld
In locking the Mayor's appointee out,
but now the Council has said by Its
vote In three or four meetings that it
will not approve of the Mayor's nomi
nation, Dr. Stewart feels that the only
proper thing for him to do Is to refuse
Jackson access to the records of the
And Dr. Stewart Is right.
Tlie concluding paragraph of Mayor
Morrls'y message to the Council, In the
face of his conduct toward the Council
for the past four weeks, reads very
much like he were attempting to win
the Council on false pretense. "We
want more people to come and live with
us," he wrote, "and invest their money
here, and to this end it is my earnest
desire that we work in harmony, etc"
The first thing Mayor Morris did fol
lowing this was to try to discharge an
unpleasant campaign obligation by
foisting on the city a character that is
obnoxious to the majority of the Coun
cil and to the apparent disgust of the
majority of the people as well. And
what makes the Mayor's overture the
more ridiculous is the fact that he con
tinues to flaunt the same unsavory per
sonage in the faces of the Council, even
when on three occasions he hns been
assured that his action Is nothing short
of an insult, "Harmony!" Bah!
LIGHT CUT OFF BY
The Salt Lake valley and surrounding
country was visited by a severe elecrlc
al storm last night It rained, snowed
and blowed and lightning flashes were
followed by peals of clapping thunder.
Tho heavily charged atmosphere af
fected the light and car wires and the
city was threatened with darkness. For
the length of half an hour early In the
evcnlnc: the lights- were all out and
the cars were at a standstill owing to a
short circuit of the power wires be
tween tho stockyards and Kaysvillo.
Another short circuit occurred at Pro
vo, but was overcome without any great
loas of time and did not materially af
fect the power plants.
TtnmiTinra bowels Jr
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crackors or toast. j
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out) which will be sent postpaid to any address on receipt oi ;
a metal cap from jar of Armour's Extract of Beef.
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O'CLOCK AT. A BAR...., 3
Dress Goods Depaifnt.
THURSDAY FROM 0 TO 32 A. M.
BROKEN LOT CO pieces of Dress
Goods, consisting of Brllllantlncs,
Avmurcs, Knlcker Suitings and Pop
lins, suitable for Suits, Skirts and
Children's Dresses. Tn all colors of
blues, gray, green, tan, brown and
red. Must be closed out in this sale
regular price 45 and 60c. For threo
hours only, at, QZBr
LIMIT 10 yards to a customer.
Our Shoe Department.
0 TO 32 A. M.
THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10.
LACE AND BUTTON, EXTENSION
SOLES SPLENDID VALUE AT
$1.75-3 HOURS (Jj ftn
SPECIAL PRICE P1.JU-
LADIES' RUBBERS. Wo
Gents' Furnishing Dept.
THURSDAY MORNING FROM 0 TO
12. GENTS' COTTON HOSE In
blnck nnd tan colors, regular 15c and
20c values, for three lfS
hours only SALE PRICE.. &VL
Thursday Afternoon H
2 to 5 O'clock. I H
75 pieces of colored taffeta silk -will bo I ll
placed on sale Thursday afternoon 1 '1
for three hours only; this Is an un- i kmrnm
heard of sacrifice of now, crisp laf- f i km
feta silks, our regular Eoc and $1.0) 1 , WmwM
quality, right at the opening of tho tH
cason, to those who now or mav I 1 iH
later on require a good quail ty of M ' 'H
, taffeta silk for underskirts, dres lln- 1 ! fMmm
lngs, ruffllngs, shirt waists, etc., wo I , fkmmmm
will say, now is your chanco to Mocnro 1 m
them at a bargain, during this special 1
sacrifice sale. Remember, for threo 9 Mmm
hourB only, our S5c and 51J quality i fkwMm
of taffeta silk. Thursday aitemoon H i ll
from 2 to 5 o'clock, at. 1 mmm
per yard . OtjC J i IH
A Trade Enticer S j
FOR THURSDAY AFTERNOON 1 ' IH
FROM 2 TO 5 O'CLOCK. IN OUR 1 I iH
White Goods Dept.' 1 IH
A bargain far and beyond the best yoa 1 I -H
could reasonably expect. 2500 yards U 1
FINE "WHITE INDIA LINON, 40 I
inches wide, very sheer and highly 9 J mmm
Hnished, good value at 25c, for threes a I HjIjH
hours limit 10 yards to 1 lijlH
a customer, at, a yard,., JIOC I li llllj
CIoaK Department. H
TIIURSDAT AFTERNOON, 2 TO-, LLX
Another Petticoat j
WE ARE DETERMINED TO MAKE I fH
FOR 19W1TE NL,Y PETTICOAa? ijH
This number Is 209, made, of heavy 1 I
quality mercerized eatcen. umbrella f ' illH
flounce, hemaied bottom, trimmed with f
two bias ruffles. JL50 Is the regular & i illjH
price. Thursday, 2 p. m. rf I ' iil
your opportunity, at each.. 51.VJU , llll
THURSDAY, 2 TO & O'CLOCK,
SALE SPECIAL. j H
Fancy Hose Supporters H
25 dozen fancy frilled clastic sido hoso 'ijilH
supporters far ladles; come In black, i ijljH
pink, blue, cardinal and yellow; thov j I iiH
arc thc best 25c grado; on sale for j tijijiJ
three hours, at, 1 'HIH
pair EOC I mmm
Our Shoe Department. rjH
2 UNTIL 5 P. M., THURSDAY AFT- IlljH
ERNOON. MVRCH lOTfL H
Misses' Kid and Box i mmmW
LACE ONLY AND VERY" DRESSY. (ijilfl
sizes 11 to 2, SPLENDID VALUE I 'IIH
LADIES' RUBBERS, f1Kn I . 'IjH
ALL KINDS - I iH
Boys' Clothing Dept. ; H
rHURSDAY AFTERNOON FROM 3 S i
TO 5 O'CLOCK. BOYS' THREE- ' jijijH
PIECE KNEE PANT SUITS, In wool PH
mixtures, neatly tailored, aea 3 to K j , liiiH
years, regular J4 and J5 values. H
pale price for go n tz mmm
THREE HOURS ONLY.... -.3 . WM