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14: The SirliAKB Tribune; Thursday MoRarare, April 7, 1904. ' ' I-
CANNOT KEEP HIS HANDS OFF
OTHER PEOPLE'S PROPERTY
ISAM GrEcn, WHO IS NOW IN
THE COUNTY JAIL, HAS A BAD
POLICE RECORD HAS BEEN
JN THE COURTS MANY TIMES
'&' VARIOUS CHARGES, AND
HAS SPENT MUCH TIME IN
On? of the most striking; examples of
habitual wrong-doer In the police
'tajinols of this city Is Sam Grice, now
confined at the county Jail awaiting
trial on the charge of grand larceny.
With tho exception of a half dozen men
who are hopeless drunkards, perhaps
there is.no name that has appeared on
the'Iqcal police register with more regu
larity than that of Grice during tho
past ten years. The offenses charged
range- all the way from drunkenness
to burglary, and a brief glimpse at the
record of arrests yesterday showed "that
since 1S91 Grice has been in the tolls no
less than a dozen times. During this
period ho has served a three years' sen
tence In the Utah State penitentiary
and a number of lesser terms in the
city and county Jails.
I Mania for Hides.
Sam Grlcc's forte Is petty larceny.
He seems to have a mania for pur
loining hides, pelts, tools and har
nesses. In the past year he has been
arrested at least oncf- on each of the
above charges, although the police have
failed several times to secure convic
tions. Only recently Grice escaped from
the clutches of the law on a faulty
complaint, and so successful han he
been In evading justice that the officers
are now ofXerlng to wager that he will
not be convicted this time.
Record of Arrests.
The first time that the name, Sam
Grice, appears on the local regleter of
arrests Is under the date May 7. 1S91.
At that time he was convicted of petty
Jarceny and given ninety days In the
On November 12. 1S95, Grice was con
victed and sentenced to a term of three
years In the State prison.
On May 10, 1901. he was taken in on
the charge of being drunk and resisting'
and officer, was convicted and given
September 2S, 1902, he was arrested
on the charge of petty larceny, but the
State failed to make out a case.
May 20. 1903, he was again arrested
on the charge of petty larceny by Scrgt.
Roberts, and on June 1st he was
arrested on tho same charge by Detec
tives Chase and Raleigh.
On June 17th of the same year Grice
was given ten days on the charge of
being drunk. July 1st he was arrested
for art assault, but the case was dis
missed. On February 17th of this year he was
taken In and charged with petty lar
ceny, but escaped through a faulty
complaint. Eight days later he was
arrested on a charge of having received
stolen goods, and again the officers
failed to secure a conviction.
On Monday last Grice was arrested
by the Sheriff's force for stealing hides.
He will probably be charged with grand
larceny and attempted burglary.
Grice Is 48 year? old and English
by birth. He Is a stone mason by
trade, which fact is probably the rea
son that he has in times past shown an
irresistible desire, to appropriate stone
The impulse to pteal is so strong in
him that he can not overcome It even
Mhile in jail. According to Sol Kimball,
tho man has at various times made
trouble in the city bastlle by purloining
the effects of other prisoners.
It Is a noticeable fact that almost
ftvery time Grice has been brought in
to court, he has entered a plea of not
Scrofula la a bad thing to inherit or ac
quire, but there Is this about It Hood's
Sarsaparllla completely cures even the
I AT HOME ONCE MORE.
In our new warerooms at 51 and 53
South Main street. Our line of pianos
and organs Is second to none in Utah.
Our prices are right and terms easy.
Our Iatchstrlng Is always out. Van
sant and Chamberlain, 51 and 53 South
I LETTERS FROM ENGLAND
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
State Superintendent o,f Schools A. C.
Nelson is in receipt of another batch
of letters from the school children of
England for distribution among the
pupils in the schools of this State.
There are seventeen letters in all and
they will be distributed among the pu-
plls of Utah and, Sanpete counties. Th.i
Tetters were written by boys and glr's
ranging in age frdm 11 to 14 years, and
pupils in the seventh standard, which
corresponds to the eighth grade here.
The letters, on the whole, are descrip
tive, and the correspondence should give
the pupils of this State information at
first hand of England and an Insight
Into the methods of school work in
that country. The letters are from
pupils attending the schools of iBrom
ley. Peckham, Balham, Tooling, Cam
berwcll and other suburbs of London.
A perusal of the letters discloses the
.fact that the pupils there are somewhat
advanced over those in this country.
French, physiology and other studies
being taken up in the grades there
.that are not taught here until the pupil
reaches the high schools. '
In addition to the studies ordinarily
taught here, the scholars, the English
pupils term themselves, take up scrip
ture, science, geometry, physiology, lan
guages and drawing In the "standards."
They also are taught to swim at schooi
and to cook, ecw and sing, with man
ual training for the boys. The writers
all refer to electric cars as trams or
tramways. . .
CALIFORNIA STARTS ITS
EXHIBIT TO ST. LOUIS '
-SACRAMENTO, April 6. Several
hundred people gathered at the depot
todny to witness the departure of a
1 train-load r.t six cars of Sacramento
Valley proOucts for the St. Louis fair.
The train was dlspattned by the Sac
ramcnto Valley Development assoula
B tlon, and speeches were made by W. S
B Green, the president; Mayor W. J. Has
BBM sett, Joseph Steffjcns, president of the
B Chamber of Commerce, and M. J; Dill
H iuan, chairman of the Board of Super
FOR A UTAH BOY
Jack Hume Sprung1 a Surprise . on
Berkeley by Taking- the 120
and 220 Hurdles.
"Jack" Hume, formerly a prominent
athlete at the University of Utah, is
now winning a name for himself iu
California athletics. Tn a recent track
meet betwewen Berkeley and Tomona
Hume sprang the surprise of the day
by defeating the famous Berkeley ath
letes In the 120 and 220 hurdles, and
thereby scoring more than half , the
points made by Pomona. In the 120
hurdles the Berkeley athletes took
things rather easy and loafed right up
to the finish. Hume watched for his
chance and. catching the Berkeley men
off their guard, suddenly dashed out
for an easy victory. The Berkeley
rooters looked upon the affair as an
accident and did not believe that Hume
could repeat the trick in the 220 hur-'
dies. But he was equal to the occasior.
and won out again in fine shape. The
race was a swift one from beginning to
end, but Hume's old-time pluck and
"stlcktultiveness " enabled him to keep
up his wonderful speed to the very
finish. The official lime for the last
event. 220 hurdles, was 0.23 1-5. Hume
also won third place in the broad
The Utah boy la said to have com
pletely captivated the Berkeley crowd
and after the meet they hustled him
off for a private talk and induced him
to promise to enter Berkeley next
Hume was a great favorite at the
University and Is well remembered be
cause of the active part which he took
in school athletics. Tie was Utah's fast
est man on the half-mile and shared
honors with Jimmy Wade on the mile.
While at the University he did some
little work on the hurdles, but centered
most all his practice on the sprints, be
lieving that he could do more with
In addition to his track work, Hume
engaged considerably In amateur bi
cycle races. He first came into promi
nence by winning first place !n a M. I.
A. road race. Later ho did some lit
tle riding at the Salt Palace, but never
trained enough to show what he really
could do if he had been in good condition.
NEW BUSINESS BLOCK
FOR WEST SOUTH TEMPLE
A real estate transaction was closed
esterday which means much for the
future of West South Temple.
Perry S. Heath closed the purchase
of the southeast corner of South Tem
ple and First West streets. Three lots
are Involved In the transaction. The
corner lot was purchased of Capt Sam
uel Paul, the second lot to the east and
adjoining was purchased from J. M.
Jenson, the Brlgham Cfty banker, and
the third and adjoining lot on the east
was purchased from Dr. Samuel Allen
of this city.
The ground Is about 130 feet on South
Temple by 75 feet in depth and Is sur
rounded by a ten-foot private alley
way. The lot is on what will be the
near side of the business center for
those who go to ' or go from the new
Union Station. It is understood that
Mr. Heath Immediately will begin the
construction of a business block upon
FIXING THE GRADE
FOR NORTH MAIN
Plan in Hand to Add Very Greatly to
' tho Valuo of Capital Hill
Men and teams began work yesterday
removing earth from th? contemplated
put on North Main street which is
.eventually to give an easier grade from
the business part of the city to the
capitol grounds on Capitol hill. While
"the street grade for this Improvement
has not been permanently established.
It is certain that a cut of considerable
"depth will have to be made, and at
present the street departmi-nt Is sim
ply taking out material which Is neodi-d
for the grading of North Temple and
.First North streets. The work recoin
jnended by Engineer Kclsey on North
.Main , contemplated a cut of the maxi
mum depth of about fourteen feet, with
a fill which would reduce the hea y
part of the Capitol hill grade to about
S ptr rent In the main, there being only
a very short dlstanre ih which til
grnfle would reach 10 per cent. This
would be a considerable Improvement
oer tho Slate street grado and would
prove a. great benefit to Capitol hill
property in general. The street-ear
company Is ready to extend its .Main
street line to the capitol grounds as
soon as the Improvement is mndp, it
is understood, and the hill would at
once become an accessible portion Of
the city. Property owr.cr3 affected by
(lie proposed change of the street
grade are not yet a unit on the delay's
of the improvement, however, and the
street committee of the City Council
will hold a meeting next Saturday io
hear complaints from the objectors.
City Engineer Snow will also present
n report on the engineering features of
the proposition at this meeting, and it
Is hoped to arrive at some definite con
clusion in regard to the establishment
of the grade.
'"While some property would un
doubtedly be damaged by the change of
grade at the outset," said a prominent
Capitol hill owner yesterday, "1 believe
that in the end all property would be
benefited. It is an improvement which
must be made In the Interest of the
whole city, and I have no doubt that
the matter of damages can be ad
justed In this connection we can re
call that when the grading of State
street, from First South to South Tem
ple, was first proposed some of , the
property owners thought they would
be irreparably damaged; but It was the
making of the street and It Is safe to
say that there is not an owner affected
who could today be Induced to sign a
petition to go back to the old grade."
WILL MEET TODAY
Determined to Know Why Beef on
the Hoof Is Low, While
Meat Is High.
Utah stockmen, awakened by evil
conditions which they believe reduce
unnecessarily the profits of their in
dustry, are about to Inaugurate an ac
tive campaign looking to the correction
of those evils. A Joint meeting of the
Utah Woolgrowers' association and the
Utah Cattlemen's association will be
held today In the city ,and county
building with a" view of uniting the two
interests in the movement for better
"The principal object of our meeting
together at this time," said John H.
White,, president of the Cattlemen's as
sociation, "is to start an Inquiry for
the purpose of ascertaining. If possible,
why the prices of live stock should be
so low and the prices of meat po high.
In other words, there Is too great a dis
parity between the pricey of meat on
the hoof and on tho block. The con
sumer Is being held up on the one hand.
It appears, and the meat grower Is get
ting the worst of It on the other. We
want to find out why and how this is
done, and then apply (the remedy, If
there Is one. Other matters which I
cannot well forecast will be brought
before tho meeting, but they will all
be closely related to this central ob
ject. It Is our desire to get in line vlth
the national movement for the better
ment of stockgrowing conditions?, and
In the event that the two naturally
allied Interests of Utah can get to
gether properly wc shall elect delegates
to attend the National Livestock con
vention to be held In Denver on May
the property, a building with seven
business rooms on South Temple and
an apartment-house above, with en
trance to the latter on First West
street. J. Donnan Reavls Is, working
upon plans and specifications for the
building and Is the agent for the prop
erty. The sale of this property to Mr.
Heath was made by Taylor Bros., real
estate atrenls. and S. O. Wing.
Titore SaSsisnH& for
It lm a M&itei ofSHfemltfo '
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Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Emerald Alining Company. Principal ,
office and place of general business, 100
West Second South street, Salt Lako City,
Notice is horeby given that a stock
holders' mooting of tho Emerald Mining
toihpany has been called, to be held at
the place of the general business of said
corporation, No. ICO West Second South
street, in Salt Lako City, Utah, on Satur
day, tho 16th Jay of April, 1301. at tho
hour of seven, o'clock p. m. (the regular
annual stockholders' meeting not having
been held, for the purpose of electing offi
cers of .;ald corporation. Including a
board of directors, and for tho transac
tion of such other business as would reg
ularly como before the annual stockhold
er' meeting, and for the further purpose
of amending the articles of incorporation
ir. the following particulars, to wit: First
By adding a clauso to article VIII.
thereof to provide for tho adjournment
of any stockholders' meeting, from tlmo
to time, by tho stockholders present
whatever the amount of stock represented
Second By adding to said articles of
incorporation an article numbered XV
to provide for tho lovying. notice, collec
tion and payment of assessments on Its
capital slock, notwithstanding thero be
stock purchased by tho corporation for
delinquent assessment In tho treasury un
disposed of. and notwithstanding a pre
lous assessment, or a portion thereof
remains unpaid, nnd permitting such as
sessments to bo made payable In install
ments, and the sale of the stock to pay
any d:llnquent installment or accumulated
delinquent installments of such assess
ment. J. E. OGLESBT,
Office 1C0 West Second South Street.
Salt Lake Cltv. Utah. tim
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
Notice Is hereby given that there will
be a meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Blnghatn-New Ilaven Copper & Gold Mi
ning company, a Utah corporation. In the
office of said company. No 307 McCornlck
building. Salt Lako City, Utah, on Satur
day. April 20. 1901, at 3 o'clock p m. of
aid day, for the purpose of ratifying tho
action of tho board of .directors of said
company In authorizing said company to
Issue two hundred thousand dollars of
six per cent gold bonds, to bo dated Juno
1. 1901. and payable five years after date
and In giving a mortgage or trust deed
upon all of Its property to sccuro said
bonds and Interest; and to transact uch
other business as may como bofore said
The stockholders arc earnestly urged to
be present at tho meeting.
BING HAM-NEW HAVEN COPPER &
GOI,D MINING CO.
By Louis E. Stoddard, President.
Thomas W. Farnani. Secretarv.
Dated Salt Lake City, Utah, "this SOth
day of March. 1901. t2C3S
ASSESSMENT NO. 11.
Galena Mine Corporation. Principal
piacc of business, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of tho board of directors of Galena mine,
held at Salt Lako City, Utah, on the 2nd
day of April, 1901, an assessment of 2 cents
per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation IsHiicd and out
standing, payablo Immediately to E. H.
Mead, secretary of the company, at his
office. C17 McCornlck building, Salt Lake
City. Utah. Any stock upon which this
.assessment may remain unpaid on the 7th
of May, 1901, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment is made bforo. will be
hold on the ?3th day of May. I90L 10 a
in., to pay tho delinquent assessments
thereon, togothor with tho costs of adver
tising and expense of sale.
I u513. K. 11. MEAD. Secretary.
! HOTEL KNUTSFORD,
New and elegant In all Its appointments,
2C0 roomr, single or en suite, 61 rooms with
bap G. S. Holmes, Proprietor .
j . MR. CHARLES H. JOHNSON.
WM. J. LYNCH
Resident Agent, No. 502 Progress Building,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
For the year ending December" 31; 1903, ot
the condition of tho .
Rochester German Insurance!
1. The name and location of tho.com
pnny.Rochcslcr German Insurance J
Company. Rochester. N. T. -J
.2. Name of president, Hon. Frederick
3. Name of secretary, H. F. Atwood.
I. The amount of its capital . i
stock Is 5 . 200,000.00
6. The amount of Its capital '
stock paid up Is 200,000.0!)
C. The amount of ' Its assets
are 1,605, CSS. 71
7. The amount of , its liabill-'
ties (Including capital) '
S. The amount of Its incomo
during the preceding cal
endar year LQ-6.9S9.93
9 The amount of Its expen
ditures during the pre
ceding calendar year "902,713 31
10. The amount of losses paid
during the preceding cal
endar year 425,905.07 1
11. The amount of risks writ
ten during the year 110.C29.2tO On
12. Tho amount of risks In
force at the end of tho
yav 117,6Ci3, 123.00
State of Utah,
OITlco of the Secretary oft State as.
T, James T. Hammond. Secretarv of
Stato of the State of Utah, do hercbv
certify that the above named Insurance
company has tiled in my offico a detailed
statement of Its condition, from which thE
foregoing statement has been prenareil
and that the said company has In ali
other respects complied with the lawn of
the Stato relating to Insurance f
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the great sm! Sf
the State of Utah, this nineteenth da?
of February, A. D. 1901. an
lScal ' Secretary of state.
It's the Salt
sWftfrtq) Salt Lake City.
NOTICE IS GIVEN THatTT
lng of the members Vf ti r5!PET
Alllancc of Salt Lake City ttm 9ltj2enn'
by called to be held on Wedn' ,s herc
13, 1901. at 8 o'clock In th eveniSa' APr
day, nt Bamberger's hoU N "& i sa'd
Main street. Salt Lake Cltv Il3 suth
Tho object nnd purposes of
arc as follows. OI SJ,d meeting
First To hear the report of
appointed at the organization m.rn,uees
December 17, 1903. "on m-'etlng 0
Second At said meetlnr
presented to tho members of ti,ro ?'m ho
zens' All ancc of Salt ako fMtfin,(1 Cltl.
the question as to whether 0 fevUtah.
Cltlzons' Alliance shall lncorn!Iot.lne said
tho provisions of sections ?j?0rat? Under
the Revised StatutcS o mLL of
amendments thereof. tan JSOS. and
Thlrd-To consider such oiim- ,
as may properly como beforn S bualncss
THE CITIZENS' ALLlANPhccUng
LAKE CITY, UTA1L ANCL F SALT!
By order of Its ExecutJvo rv, '
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ertonh F'E OF THE PROP-
NHyi i Oirden. Utah.- . , K
to a ml?iihorub Klvon that pursuant
of the ntlono0f the Board of Director
panv ti?sdeVi S,ivver P,P nnd' Cla' com" I
tlon wlii tJ;nt r?iproperty of sald corPf?- I
hhrhen i ibi, sold At public auction to th
S fbI,dde,r for cash at. tho offico and
TwentvfnibV?lness of the . corporation at
fi r " strect Pacific avenue
1S& 5; Vla,h; on the COUi day of April.
Raiat 1 0 clock p. m.
tato K,Pn0Port' consists of the rcnl -
nllnnnT1113'1135-, machinery, tools and an-
cori2pt?iiconsUtul,nP the plant of said
wltreP Qt Osdcn. Utah, together
boni o 0 Btock of sewer pipe or. hand and M
For ,nln of tho corporation. ll
scrinMourtiie Particulars and for de- J I)
tn i, on T tho property to bo sold apply fjL
cornnlMndersincd. at the office, of tho --P
MR&n at Ogden. Utah. V '
oldnE0RT NEILL. President. L
v? ,cw:S P1"0 ftnd Clay Company. k
Onh P' pORTBRFIELD, Sccrotary. IB
W ,sS.wcr Pipe and Clay Company. !
Dated Ogdcn City, Utah, March 25, If