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THE SALT XAKE TRIBUTE: "WHSHSSDAY MOBisXG, LdJEtCH 16, 104:. 5 IH
Kg , MICHAEL WOODS
ill SUES FOB $15,000
Elf I COITBT GAIiENDAR.
Cas89 Set for Today.
HtfH DISTRICT COURT.
H fHI 4- Division No. 1 Hon. W. C. 'Hall,
nH Charles Crano vs. Mary Judpro.
-4- J. U. Eldrcdgo. ,Jr., etc., vs. Thorn- -f
ns A. Vhalcs, etc.
PCJ 4- Division No. 2 Hon. S. W. Slow-
wt iv-f Oregon Short Lino Railroad com-
H Piny vn. William R. Jones ot nl.
; -f Division N'o. S-Hon. C. "IV. Morso,
KT 4: Jurt-
'j j i -f State ot Utah vs. Henry TTaddell.
HC I -- Division No. -1 Hon. T. D. Lewis. -V-f"
WfipJ ? -f- CITY COURT.
P?? Civil DlvUiOD Hon. H. S. Tanner.
HkJ -f- Judcp. -f
K, - 4- 10 n. m. Rogers vs. Kilcca.
B 1 " 2 p. m. Faulknir vs. Frolfland.
An action for $1C,000 damages was
B' r brought In Iho District court yesterday
B k by Michael "Woods against the Kem-
HFfi 8c, 1 merer Coal company. The above
tVl Hr amount Is asked for the loss of a leg
B ' tv ILI" alleged to have been caused by the
-itB 1 negligence of the defendant. The plaln-
, tiff claims that while in the employ of
.BB K lhc' defendant at Kcmmerer, Wye. he
-1 w was ordered, with three others, by de-
Kr ciMii fendant, to carry a heavy iron cylinder
BMrVM? and that- the otner3 let 11 fjU1' mashing
JMifHl tho feet, nncl lepa of the plaintiff. The
MRl vl vt defendant in charged with negligence
Win 1 ) In not ordering a sufficient number of
wBtU 'I nien t0 carry the cylinder, which is
BM f j claimed to have been too heavy for
WHBm Iv- ' only four men to handle.
WjaS w 3 The complaint sets out that the mls-
BSRW VV hfop occurred on April 21. 1G00, and that
ijBK'BLfcl seven days later it was found neces-
Htf Bn S Earj' 10 amnutat0 tne 'eft leg of the
IWl SUIT TO RECOVER
jj BO W, B PIECE OF REAL ESTATE
I inBiBr t 1 Cecelia Anderson brought suit In the
r'iuB 1 District court yesterday against Au-
I IBbB 1 J?ust Nelson to recover a piece of real
r$flB 1 estate alleged to be "held unlawfully by
'BML' thc defendant. The complaint sets out
BbS' that in 1S95 the plaintiff deeded the
?iBBB! property to one John J. Olson for a con-
'BV Rideratlon of S1000 and that the said
&-'--BBt (s Olson provide for the plaintiff during
ft-'lrv-4 her 1,fe- 11 is alleged that Olson died
'':ii9B4h and tlllt niE wife secured the deed to
ISiBM' I thc PrPerty and transferred tho same
t'SvBmmK M to the defendant, her f-on.
C&zSmFw 'Km Tt ,s a"ened that the defendant has
-&Wm '$m failed to live up to the agreement made
3sfiBB; Jm l3' Olson, and the plaintiff asks that
&X'wJfj ' the deed be declared void and the prop-
fiffi f M 3fw ert awarded to her.
i L'rAJlW Court Notes.
iiT-'iHi 1 In the case of Alexander StiefM
fl-'''''iBH ' against the Consolidated Railway and
;'jV;'' t wBHI Power company, which was concluded
rii'MBVIl before Judge Stewart yesterday, the
;Rv'liBBll Jur" returned a verdict In favor of the
::U&HlBHfl Plaintiff for $1000. The plaintiff sued to
'itiPVwBBai 'fecover damages for personal injuries
$tn BHHt nllcged to have been sustained through
HnL'BfBvil 1 ftegilgencc of the defendant,
imfktwnl " Jl'I 'U' Ch5'Kos of extreme cruelty arc made
EuT VtF J ln aomplalnt for divorce filed in thc
PaMt tr Wr!') Dlfitdot court yesterday by Nettie Wll-
bMf t 4 S son Ford against Philip H. Ford. The
BiBl plaintiff alleges that on several occn-
Bji' i slons tho defendant has struck her ln
jBStf ' A the chest and slapped her face, besides
, l'c calling her obscene and profane names.
l 1 The couple were married May 17. 1S93,
HfSB ' 'j at Evanston, "Wyo., and have two chll-
; dren. The wife asks for the custody of
B , 1 the minors and for alimony in the sum
HB A , of $25 per month
!GIST OF POLITICAL GOSSIP
" want to say to you that thc dls
cliiinier of ex-Senator Rawlins that ho Is
not n Mormon, was a body blow to tho
church here," remarked an observant cit
Izon. "The former Senator has consldera
Mo following ln this State, as everyone
knows, and coming at the time when tho
church Is hcvlng ail sorts of troubles, tho
public disclaimer has ospecial slgnln
CounHlnian Black has put It onto the
City Attorney to explain how subordi
nates of tho several departments of tho
t-Ity may bo held to be "officers" when
there !s no ordinance denning their duties
or providing for their bonds or official
tcrniM. If tho City Attorney can find law
that will cover this point to tho satisfac
tion of any falr-mlndul man it Is sold
that tho Republican members of thc Coun-,
til will no longer vote to prevent tho
Mayor from discharging the city's em
ployees and tilling the vacancies.
But there Is no one, not steeped ln par
tisanship, who will maintain that tho law
was ever intended to hold that men who
have no official tenure or who aro merely
litborera under the department chiefs, are
In any ncnse "officers."
It Is reported that thc Republican mem
bora of tho Council will again offer to
compromise tho patronago question. It Is
J fcincercly hoped that Mayor Morris will
break away from some of his Ill-timed
advisors and meet thc majorltv of the
Council as It Is becoming lils office.
Neither of tho opposing forces should at-
tempt to force on thc other offensive or
Incompetent appointees. There are plenty
; of good men and none but the best pos
',1 slble should bo presented. If Mayor Mor
1 rls will take a sober look at thc situation
for a few hours, and the Republicans will
J concede him the rights duo hirn, the en
Jj tiro matter of patronago may bo ngreed
f on by tho date of the next mctlng. The
& Republicans should not grant anvthlng
l beyond tho limit of fairness. The Mavor
I should not demand it. Good men should
not bo discharged bocauao they are Re.
I publicans and their places should not be
demanded of them for others becauso
I thy arc partisans of the Mayor. Thorc
I should bo a weeding out of the least ef
I licknt and the appointment to tho vncan
I cics only of reputable and competent
I lSvcrybodjMs jiow demanding that the
I Councilman Preoce has given no reason
for his refusal to bo further bound by thc
I Rf publican caucus. Under the ch cum
1 Htanccs he has left himself in a light not
I no favorable as Councilman Nouhausen.
wliu also has broken tho rule. In thin that
I thc latter explained In a noto to tho cau
1 ens members that ho thought It his duty
I to vote for one of tho Mayor's appointees.
1 He 3ald emphatically that ho would not
I concede the Mayor everything. Couucll
1 man Preeco merely announced that ho
H Under tho circumstances this action of
m Councilman Prceco Is open to mlscon-
structlon, and soino aro saying that as a
M Mormon member ho has decided to stand
B with the Mormon Mayor This statement
B is denied by hJs Gentilo friends. They
B sav ho means only to dicllno to bo fur
H tlii r controlled by the agreement to op
M jvoso the Mayor's nppolntmcnts on a strict
vi party oasis so long as the Mayor pursuo
trl his t"$Hcy to discharge Republicans re
ar! gardltfes of their (Illness and appoint his
vj friends Irrespective of their unfitness.
41 It is unfortunate that Councilman
duct publicly since It affords thc oppor
tunity for all sorts of stories about his
President Hewlett of thc Council and
Councilman Martin attempted to Induce
tho members to pass tho South Fourth
Bast street improvement resolution over
thc Mavor's veto, but the Democrats
stood Ko'lldly with thc 'Mayor and tho
ncceswarv two-thirds vole could not be
mustered It Is said by many that the
Democratic members have determined to
sustain thc Mayor In all such things re
gardless of tho nature of thc contest. And
for this attempting to givo an Improve
ment matter a partisan deduction, tho
Democrats aro being criticised by mem
bars of their own iarty.
Thc "guttersnipe" endorsed tho Mormon
church and charges It with selling Its
political Influence, both In tho samo
breath. It may be Inferred that tho de
fense Is paid for nt eo much per line, and
tho suggestion about "business" Is a mat
ter of sour grapes. It would seem that
this samo "guttersnipe" has not been
"fixed" ln all of Its departments. Its edi
torial endorsements nro strictly out of
harmony with Itii approved specials The
ono approves of the pollrltw of the church
and tho other (In tho Brlgham City mud
dle, for Instance), deplores the Insuffera
ble condition of affairs up there. Tilings
look as though thc "guttersnipe" haj riot
been receiving Its usual contribution from
tlio Mormon propagandists lalelv. Tt is
growing faint-hearted for lack of funds.
Judge McDowell, in the meeting of tho
citizens who aro protesting against thc
imputations of the president ot the Mor
mon church, declared Monday night that
partisan politics in Utah Is a sham. He
said that It had become so notoriously
apparent that no man could secure public
favors without the endorsement of tho
church that he had refrained from taking
part in political conventions for a long
tlmo. He ridiculed tho efforts of the Re
publicans or tho Democrats trying to ef
fect an organization here. Thc finger of
tho priesthood is In overythlng, ho said,
and it would continue to control until tho
peoplo of Utah, who are filled with the
truo American spirit, rise as a body and
throw off the baneful influence i
The manner ln which the sentiments of
Judge McDowell wore received showed
that tho big audlcnco felt that he was
speaking on a subject- with which he is
Up at Brlgham City the danco hall mud
dle hao spilt the Mormon population as it
was ncv?r known before. The Indepen
dent element has refused to obey the com
mands of the notorious President Kelly
and there Is open revolt. Reports that i
have ccme from Brigham City show that
the church's interference ln the business I
of many of the prominent citizens has .
aroused a protest thai Is almost as
healthy as that now being sent to "Wash- 1
Ington by tho Gentilo citizens of Salt i
Lake City. I
Now that Congress has taken a sharp
stick and has gone after Mr. Brlstow, tho
postal reformer has told the President
that ho did not writo but "a small part"
of tho planders on tho members of Con
gress. But he signed and circulated thorn.
Mo perhaps intended to tell tho Indignant
members and the President that he did
not know that Congress "was loaded."
The Sennto committee has announced
lhat it will not resume the Smoot Inquiry
for several weeks, but thero Is a certainty I
that tho country will havo plenty to talk i
about ln tho meantime. I
Thc record that don't come off till
they pay. Lota of peoplo read our
MERCHANTS' PROTECTOR, J
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G Luke, General Manager.
"Somo people don't like ua."
GASH FOR SUPPORT
OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Second, Apportionment of School Mo
ney Made "by Superintendent
B. W. Ashton.
Tho second apportionment of school '
monoy for Salt Lako county was made
yosterday by County Supcrlntendnnt B.
"W. Ashton. Tho amount apportlonod was
fW.SSS.SP, which, with tho first apportion
ment of $f.3G1.03. makes thc total for tho
year J100.259.42. Of tho second apportion
ment made yesterday, 329,028.03 Is given to
tho Salt Lako City schools and .the re
mainder Is apportioned to tho school dis
tricts of tho county, at 31.7G per capita,
21 West Jordan , 3 -179.50
22 Draper 6D3.23
2C Union ..: 4SS.&7
2t Murray 474.2.1
T5 Murray 1.3&5.50
2 Murray 3W.0O j
27 East Jordan 52.75
IS Big Cottonwood 493.25
23 Sugar a,OI3.2f.
30 Mill Creel: 348.25
31 Mill Creek 41C.C0
32 Brighton 92.75
33 East Mill Creek 2C2.0J
31 Herrlman 1C0.O)
35 South Jordan 399. 00
3D Mill Creek 025.00
37 Big Cottonwood 1S9.W
2S-Tnylorsvlllo ; 439.25
39 Mill Creek 245.00
' 40 Farmers' 1.C32.7G
I 41 Sandy 969.50
1 42 Granite 155.75
43 Bingham 4C2.00
I 44 Rlverton 37.00
I 4& Granger 357.50
, 47 Pleasant Green 210.00
I 4S North Point C9.50
50 Huntor 208.
53 Brighton 50.75
65 Mountain Dell 36.75
57 Butlervllle 210.01
59 Granger 1S2.0O
Gt Bluff Dale 173.25
04 South Taylorsvlllo 250.75
03 Bingham 201,75
C7 Crescent 30$. 00
SANTA FE ACCUSED
Now Mexico Coal Company Files Suit
Agninst Railroad For Heavy
' DENVER, March 15. A special to
the News from Las Vegas, N. M., says:
One of the most important civil suits
In the history of this Territory. Involv
ing half a million dollars, has been filed
ln the United Btates court by tho Cal
edonia Coal company of Gallup.
The company sues the Atchison, To
peka & Santa Fe company, the Santa
Fe Paclllc company, the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company and the American
Fuel company for $400,000 damages, 5i0,
000 attorneys' fees and costs, for al
leged violation of the United Statea
statute to protect trade and commerce
against unlawful restraints and monop
olies, and also the statute regulating In
terstate commerce and trade.
More specifically, the Santa Fe Is
charged with discriminating In its rates
in favor of the Colorado Fuel and Iron
IN OLD MEXICO
Spocial to Thcr Tribune.
CHIHUAHUA, Mex:f March 15. Tho
ClUhuahua & Pacific railway, the mi
ning road In operation between this city
and Mlnaca, a distance of 124 miles, Is
jto be extended to a connection with the
Kansas City, Mexico & Orient railway,
now ln coureo of construction in this
state. The extension avIH open up a
I rich mineral section. It was deter-
mined upon during the visit to this city
of Grant B. Schley of New York, presl-
I dent of the road, and ex-Senator E. O.
I Wolcott of Colorado. Senator Wolcott
is interested with Mr. Schley In 3ilvcr,
lead and zinc properties in this state.
Chief Engineer Ashton of the Short
Line Is in Chicago attending the con
vention of the American Railway Engi
neering association. He is expected
back by the end of tho week.
The Salt Lake Route has extended Its
track to a point fifty-nine miles south of
Calicntes, and work Is progressing rap
idly. It 1b expected that they -will
reach "W'abba, on the Muddy river, by
i April 1st.
A. 0 .CHARLTON
GETS A BOOST
PORTLAND, Or., March 15. Though no
dellnltc information has been received, it,
is gonorally understood that A. D. Charl
ton, neolslant genoral passenger agent of
thc Northern Pacific, will succeed Gen
eral Paeflongor Agent Charles 9. Feo of
the same road, when Mr, Feo succeeds. ID.
O. McCormlck, who has been appointed
assistant traffic director of tho Harrlman
Mr. Charlton Is tho oldest assistant gen
eral pasnongor agent of tho lino, and dur
ing his twenty yoars of service hns manl-lc-nted
ability in directing tho Northern
Pacific's traffic affairs on the Pacific
GETS A GOOD MAN
J. F. Shaughnessy of Fort Worth
Mndo Assistant Superintendent
of Salt Lake Division.
J. F. Shaughnessy hns been appoint
ed asslstunt superintendent of the Salt
Lake division of tho Southern Pacific,
vice TV. A. McGovern, who was recent
ly promoted to tho position of superin
tendent of the Los Angeles division.
Mr. Shaughnessy arrived In Ogden yes
terday to assume his duties and will
spend a few days getting acquainted
with his duties before proceeding to
"Wadsworth, -where ho 1b to make his
Mr. Shaughnessy come3 from Fort
"Worth, Tex., -where he has been train
master for the Denver City & Fort
File It Record It
"We will do tho rest tho record don't
come off till he pays.
Scientific Collectors of Dad Debts."
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luko, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
Russia Buys Barley.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15. A deal
for 5000 tons of barley has been closed
here with agents of the Russian Gov
ernment for the use of Russian troops
in the field. Both Russian and Japa
nese agents have been negotiating In
this market for some time pasc.
Truth Never Dodges
N' Matter Who Shoots . ;
- Try lo fool ourselves as vrc will, drowning Nature's warnings by telling erich other
' ' ' , . : in loud tones "nonsense, Coffee don't hurt," way down deep somewhere we know better,
'. . , t ' - ' " ' don't we? Science has proved that coffee contains deadly drugs, and all around us we
V ' . see sallow nervous, dyspeptic, short-winded coffee cranks. They "don't know the
.V cause," but they keep on drinkiDg coffee.
rilPIrP UfllQ PvfVltfrl lhat a fGW ten5Ponfnls 0 f stl,n cofree n a frog, bird or small animal-would
CaaU BTXW r A U V CU probably kill an infant, too. Also, proved that the poisonous drug,' Caffein (in coffee)
directly attacks the heart, kidneys and stomach, and wrecks the nerves.
If fitfVn'f Kill QflUltS 0lltrigllt' for vre S at it by degrees (weak in youth and stronger later on), and
AL jLPJM J SIM t become so permeated with it that the nervous and vital power is reduced, but still it's
hammer, hammer, hammer and slug, slug, slug at thc nerves and organs until fixed dis
ease of some form results very few escape entirely.
ff Yffclfl UCfHmjjy tfIFm C0ff0C ficnd eutirel2" free from disease? There are thousands who. cannot get life insur-
juo i on jTkiiow jm on accounfc of Coiree Heai.t alone. Thaeg jUBt one reason of m(myvhy emiucnt
physicians interdict coffee in all cases and prescribe in its place the food-drink.
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u , r When boiled full 15 minutes Postum has the deep, dark seal brown color, is heavy
t v-.; with food value and nourishment a sure rebuilder. especially where coffee has .been ' ',
. ;, . 'doing damage. It is not as bitter as coffee; some (a great many) like it better, and soma ; '
" ' not so well. However, it does wonderful things. ''')
'. Ten days' trial of well-made Postum in place of coffee will give any coffee drinker
'' an id(?a o how sound, strong, sturdy bodies and clear, keen brains can be made out of ' "
the worst coffee wreck. . ;
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u,: i ' Thmk It Over
. s fook for the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in each pkg. ' ,
A NeW Wrinkle (No: 12.) , ,: '5 j H
Fricassco of Dried Beef. j
1 cupfol Sliced Star dried Bcof (chopped lino) " 1 il
1 tablcspoonfnl bottor ,! you. ! IH
IjpintmlLk . JH
.m One-fourth tcaspoonfol Armour's Extract of Eoof. j' n ll
Molttbobntterinmilkinchaunfrdisb. Add thoEztracfi ' V " 'H
of Bcof and tho dried beof; cook abont flvo minutos.
13oat tho CSK3, add slowly, and stir antil tho Banco Is . '
thick. Sorvooa toavt or fried broad. ! H
Above fa taken from edition de luxe "Culinary Wr'.nk!e"((utn ' ' 1 M
out) which will be bent postpaid to any addresB on receipt of I j il
a metal cap from jar of Armour's Extract of Beef. ' j '
Arwouk & Company, Chicago. j
of Beef ' I
The Best Extract of the 'Best 'Beef "' I
ONE. PRICE. TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD 1 1
Spring Business Started in with a Big Hurrah in H
! CLOAK AND SUIT DEPT. L 1
I And wo intend to keep it up. We are not only strong ln prices, but in I-"- I
styles. Each frarment was selected with care, and here aro special g t '
Items explaining tho littleness ofour prices: I
Buys a most Bu"s one of !
attractive 01 the latest j I
suit of the pjz fancy mix- ! ! I
new 1904 yjjjf ;KpT tures in . H
style. spring suit j j 9
I these new PlM fabrics i j m
spring suits. M&M unexcelled. f, tM
made of aiaj m$$$m , r. !
WOOL. VBJfB. Mmffi or richness and , M
B (TUN SERGES &-Mk durability. They ' H
AND CHEVIOT. lfMlWM ure madc in tho - I H
aN THE PRE- JmWkWW popular Eton style. H
r , TXT S.3y.fi23WS "vv,th Wouse effect H
VAILING ETO iMm Twdy lined with i
STYLES. JgSaSJ taffeta rJlk. j
Z A MONTH fl r ! ,
MEDICINES FR.EE 0
FOR ALL CATARRHAL CHRONIC DISEASES. p.. 1 j
C3 This Speolal Roto Appllos to All H
Until Furthar Notice 8 '
WE ALSO CURE cnnr, SLscas" vof th,e 'kV I
ffi?r5 Ear, Noso, Throat, rS a
&ri Lunirs, Stomaoh. Kidneys and Liver and DIscaacs of "V.fyttT 1 i
Vomcn Nervous and f rlvute Diseases. raj'. I !
In AH Private Diseases of Men, to Show Our Good Fivith and Skill, we ar H
Alwaya Willing to Wait For Our Fee Vnlil a Cure is Effected. i
Contncted Disorders Wliat M Wealctiess " Is and. YAIUCOC5LE-
Bo saro jonr ouro Is Hnu W Ctirft 1 . .3
our i3tlenu ha crrer treatment that cnro II
had u relopso afurr go colltxa "Weitness" In mon is morrir ownplotslr. lnTali- ff i
bolnr dlwjharifod ft t. symptom or chrunlo lnOamraatloa In Kate our mu.notf. It a ;
1 ; ourod. and wo euro in tho nrotato alund, brouk'lit ou by oarly 19 too only thoroocnly D
I Una tlavc than tho or- diMilpulou or br tho Improper tceot- ?5 enii ,:n,?6n, for H
dlnarr rorms ot treat- menv or umo contraotol dHcftso. A l0M li0a0 bclue cm- U j
mom require. coinplot and radical curv la, thurororo. P'orcd. n
a quoailoa ot rcitorlnz the prostate n (
gland to ltk normal stttc, iind this wo 1 tt
SredflC BlOOd Poison aecompU.h prompUr and complotz-ly Spr.rnia torrhoeu,
opcunt biuuu r-uiauu. wituout tho uto or Internal remedies. Strlctore. l'lle-
' No danserona mlnoralt Our treatment li a local one entirely. Jjont Diajaliood! 1
I to drivo the Tlruj to It li orlirlnal and selonUnc, and hau Hyttrocolo, 8oml.
IJUo Interior, but harm- been proven aUolutoly oDecllvo by nul W:iUuesa. 1 I :.!
!1 o a . blood-cleudor thousands ot teiu. Wu aro conrlncd uCc, nro ulao
romedlet, that remove that by no other methods can full and nmon.T t-ko dl- i
tho Uji polaouoni purmanvnt rettoratlon of atrunjrlh xlA rnsei "vo cur '
taint. YlBor bo aaeompUihed. to atay corvtU 1 ,j
HOME CURES BY VI AIL.
I I Tf 9 make a spoclalty of eurlna patlontt by mall. Wo hdvo ourod thotiwvmJi -who cato D ; 1
j naTer ttcon uv personaUy. ir you are atnictifd and cannot call, write ua Xor ndrtco wid freo symp- (J
torn blanks and we trlU gladly ndTlie you ret'urtllnr your cato, frco or uharfto. k '
t Offloo lioura: 8 a. in. to 6 p. m.; Kronlnaa.7 to 3; Sundays and Holidays 10 a. m. to 11. u 1
' DRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 60W'gcS:u,3h, f
I mji i n i ii mil in-t ii TTnr i n i m iTTimrrTm ttt-ti 11 " ' i linn ml .
t tA mflllon matches overy day start the fires that 9 ii i
H start tho smoko from Cressida Cigar3. w i',1
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; aud in all leathers. B ' 9
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