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12 . THE Saxt Lasjb Fhiday Moranreo, May 20, 1904. 1
I BEST STABLE
II THE WEST
McCoy's the Site- for
Ex-Mayor Thompson and
John D. Murdoch Back
i Fireproof Two-Story Building, to
Cost $25,000, Jiud to Cover 165x
215 Feet of Ground.
WI T-A-T is to be tne nncst Hvery sta
f WW blcs m lho lnl01'mountam coun
( f y try. If "ot in the enllro West, is
; to bo built at once on the site
I of the McCoy st.ibles, In the rear of
the Cullen hotel on Second South street,
j by tho owners of tho property. ex
Mayor Ezra Thompson and James D.
Murdoch. The plans for the structure
have already been completed by Archi
tects J. A. Headlund & Co., and the
'work of wrecking1 the old buildings to
make room for the new one will be be
gun as soon as possible, not later than
j The new building, which will cost
$25,000, will be constructed of flre-proof
materials and will bo 165x215 feet, two
fitorles In height. It will have stall
room for 175 head of horses and car
riage rooms on both floors. There will
be a large office and sleeping rooms for
employees, and It will btj provided with
box stalls, elevators and all modern
conveniences. In fact, It will be as good
In every way as money can build, no
expense being spared to prdvlde every
convenience and equipment known to
the up-to-date Institution of this kind.
A valuable feature of the new stablea
will be that It will have entrances from
two streets, Second South on tho north
i and "West Temple on the west, Messrs.
Thompson and Murdoch having recent
ly acquired the ground which gives ac
cess to th6 stable property from West
Temple, as they now have access from
Second South. While occupying a po
sition In the middle of one of the city's
larg-e blocks, therefore, the barn's lo
cation, will be as good as though it
stood directly on one Of tho prominent
The Improvement is being made for
the present management of the McCoy
stables, who will continue the business
Embroidery sale at "Walker's, don't
J! miss it, You know what our embroidery
II sales arc.
I A Warning'.
To feel tired after exertion Is one thing;
to feel tired before Is another.
Don't say ihe latter Is laziness It lBn't;
but it's a sign that tho system lack3 vi
tality, Is running down, -and needs tho
tonic effect of Hood's Snrsaparllla.
It's a warning, too and sUftcrcrs Bhould
begin taking Hood's at once.
Buy a bottle today.
I FIRST IDAHO EXCURSION
' "Via Oregon Short Line,
Saturday, Juno 11. One fare for round
trip to principal northern Utah and
Idaho points. See agents for full par
ticulars regarding- limits, etc. City
ticket office, 201 Main street, Salt Lake.
ITINTIC AND RETURN, $2,00
Over the Famous Double Circle, Sun
day, May 22,
Special train leaves D. &. R. G. depot
at Salt Lake at S.30 a. m. A splendid
opportunity to view the great double
loop, the greatest engineering- feat in
the Rocky Mountain region.
I "Wall, Paper,
j Some elegant new decorations just
received. We are up to date with our
j orders. Our workmen are always the
beat, including paint and painters.
W. A. DUVALL,
Phone 1145 IC 121 W. Second South.
I COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS'
"Wednesday, Juno 1.
To Logan, via Oregon Short Line.
Special train 8 a. m. Round trip onlv
52.50. Return on any train of tho 2nd.
DENVER AND RETURN, $20,
Via D. & B. G., May 20-21.
Five days' transit limit In each direc
tion. Final limit June 1G. See any Rio
Grande agent, '
I Anaconda Copper Company Officials.
BUTTE, Mont., May 19, At a meet
ing of the stockholders of the Anaconda
Copper company at Anaconda today
seven new trustees were chosen for the
ensuing year, as follows H. H. Rog
ers, William Rockefeller, William L
Bull, E. C. Bogert, William C. Rocke
feller, W. W. Dixon and A. C. Burrage
An Open Letter.
From the Chapin, S. C, News: Early
in the spring my wife and I were taken
with diarrhoea and so severe were the
pains that we called a physician who
prescribed for us, but his medicines
failed to glvo any relief. A friend who
had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on
hand gave each of us a dose and we at
ence ,felt the effects. I procured a bot
tie and before using the entire con
tents we wero entirely cured. It Is a
wonderful remedy and should bo found
In every household. H. C. Bailey, Edl
tor. This remedy is for sale by all
M"ffTHAT Is your natno, my pretty
If "It's Mrs. Parrot, sir," she sold,
"What were you doing, my
"Licking a pollccmnn, sir," sho said. i
"Why did you do that, my pretty maid?1'
"Because I was drunk, kind Judge," she
"I'll lino you thirty, my pretty mold!"
"I haven't got It, kind Judge," she Snld. I
"Then your face Is your fortune, my i
"No. It's my misfortune, air," she said. 1
Ed Murtlo pleaded guilty to Intoxication
and got the usual thirty duys. After being
out twenty-four hours ho enmo to the sta
tion and naked to bo locked up.
"Why didn't you wait till the officers
nrrested you?" asked the desk sergeant.
"Bcgorra, an' thoy wuz afther brlnpln'
mo In In a br-r-rowcry wagon tho Inst
toime 01 wu2 arrlstcdl'
"That Was appropriate, wasn't It? What
nro you kicking nbbut?"
"Sure, an' do Ol luk lolkn a men thot
wud drink bcer7" demanded Murtlc. "Not
whollo tharc's any whlskhy In town."
Alex MacKay wna too tall for the rail
Around the Commercial block stairs.
The crowd gave a yell ns the old fellow
And the women folks uttered their
On the hard lloor ho lit, but he wasn't hurt
When a cop took the old man In.
MacKay, who Ib tho oldest Inebriate In
Salt Lako City, being over 80. was drunk
when ho fell In tho Commercial block
basement. The court ent him bnck to I
Jail .for thirty days In order that ho may
bo bared for and protected from the re
sults of his 6wn vicious habits.
Tho cases agalnnt William Bonny. Percy
Van Patton and Tom Smith, Charged with
tntlcitig Nina Jones, Grate HaWorth and
another girl h-to on evil resort, were
Called, and tho court said he had satisfied
GERBER ON THE STAND
IN HIS OWN DEFENSE
A. E. Gerber took the stand yester
day afternoon In his' own behalf In the
felony ca.se being proeecuted against
him in the District court. Five wit
nesses were examined by the State,
and among these was a. sister of the
girl, Annie Estell, whom Gerber Is
charged with having assaulted and
abused on March 2 of last year. After
the State had rested Its cas?e the de
fendant was placed upon the Btand by
his attorneys. Assistant County Attor
ney Dana T. Smith was called In yes
terday to assist In the prosecution. The
defendant Is represented by Attorneys'
Harrington and Sanford. The case will
go to the jury some time today.
In Supremo Court.
Two cases were argued and sub
mitted in the- Supreme court yesterday.
In the case Of Harry Lawrence, ap
pellant, Vs. Patrick J Ward, ct al., C.
S. Patterson- argued for the- appellant
and J. E. Lippman argued In reply. W.
H. Dickson presented the argument for
the respondent In thovca?e of William
H. Felkner et al., appellant, vs. John
E. Dooly, in which petition for a re
hearing was filed by the defendant. The
appellant was represented by Frank
Pierce, who argued against the motion
for a rehearing.
Cases Set for Today.
Division No. 1 Judge Halt.
f Division No. 2 Judge Stewart.
E. L. Mcintosh vs. Utah Light
and Power company.
Division No. 3 Judge Morse. -f
State vs. A. E. Gerber.
Division No. 4 Judge Lewis.
No court. -f
Civil dlvblon Judgo Tanner. -f
2 p. m., Thompson vs. Powell. -f-
Two divorce actions w.ere commenced
In the District court yesterday. Jessie
K. Bennett charges her husband, John
J. Bennett, with falling to support her,
and In addition to a decree of divorce
asks to be restored to her maiden name
of Jessie K. Clarka. Tho parties were
married at Mt. Idaho, Ida., on No
vember 5, 1900. Desertion and non-Bup-port
are tho grounds upon which
Evelyn May Jennings asks- for a decree
of divorce from Harry Lester Jennings,
The couple intermarried at Farmlngton
June 7, 1901. The plaintiff peeks- permis
sion to resume her maiden name- of
Evelyn May Spoor.
Martin Hansen brought suit In the
District court yesterday against the
Utah Consolidated Mining company to
recover damages In the sum of $1452.50
for alleged destructions to his crops
from the smoke and. gases from the de
P. H. Lannan and the Salt Lake
Tribune Publishing cqmriany are made
defendants In t suit to quiet title to a
certain piece of property, filed In the
District court yesterday by Herman
Hill. The property In question consists
of a strip 2" rods wide by 115 feet long
in lot 4, block C9, plat A, Salt Lake City
survey. The plaintiff asks for a
temporary and permanent Injunction
against the defendants from using a
part of the land as a right of way.
Through With Spring Planting.
Special to Tho Tribune.
IDAHO FALLS. Ida., May IS.-Tho
farmers are nearly through with their
cprlng planting. Early planting Is up and
looking fine. There la Borne fear that
thoro will not be moisture enough In the
ground to start tho lato grain.
A largo acreage was planted to sugar
beets. The beets were put In carllor than
last year, and tho ground prepared In
much better shape, The average crop
should bo much larger than last.
Well-Known Railroader Dying.,-
COLORADO SPRINGS,1 Colo., May
19. Word has been received In this
city that S. D. Johnson, a former well
known railroad and hotel man of Colo
rado, is dying in Mexico, supposedly
from injuries received in a railroad
wreck. He was employed by the Mexi
can Central railroad as a conductor.
California Crop Outlook Bright.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 19, A series of
reports from- over the Stato which appear
In the Call this morning Bhow a bright
outlook for the various crops in Callfor-nh-
hlmsolf that the girls had Insisted on be
ing on t Iced. The boys wore lined J5 each
and the Klrl.s wero discharged, on motion
of the City Attorney.
Wllllnm M. Best, tho Indian lighter, was
called as a wltncsB against John Smith, a
railroad man charged with carrying con
"Have lived bore since MS," said Best.
"This man was In the saloon nnd he tmld
If wo would come outside he -vvould break
our necks. I thought to myself, 'JIo can't
do that "
1 "Never mind what you thought. What
did he do?"
"He pulled a gun. and I thought to my
self, there Is going to bo trouble, Tho
bartender took the pain away from him
and Bomooue l it him with a gun. I think.
It was the porter. Anyway, ho bled llko
"Was he Insensible?"
"I don't know whether ho was Insensi
ble. Thoy carried hlrrf out,"
"Who sent for tho wagon?"
"Johnny Irvln, thot used to be on the
Utah Central. 1'vo known him ever since
he was a boy."
Tho bartender of tho Cosmopolitan sa
loon on West Second South testified that
Smith had asked him to shake dice and
had two drinks of port wine. Smith then
pulled a revolver and pointed It at the bar
tender. Tho bartender said that ho got
his own gun out of the drawer and said
"Don't you do anything, or I keel you!"'
He then took Smith's gun away from
him, threw out the cartridges and hit him
ncroBS tho faco with the weapon. Officer
Cllvo took Smith to the station In tho
patrol wagon and he romalned unconscious
for three hours.
Tho prisoner's eyo was bndly cut and
swollen to three times IIb natural ezc Ho
said that ho left homo about midnight to
get a glass of wine and remembered noth
ing more Ho wus positive that ho had no
revolver on his prson when he loft home.
Ho was still dizzy, and It was ovldent that
his eye needed prompt medical attention.
Tho court suspected foul play and ordered
WILL BE OBSERVED
Dr. Clark Unable to Come, and Ova
tion. Will Bo Delivered by
Dr. H. J. Talbot.
REV. DR. C. 13. CLARK,. superintend
ent of tho Black Hills mission of
tho M. E. church, writes to his
brother, Department Commander
Frank H. Clark, that on account of Illness
he will not bo able to deliver tho Memorial
day address In this city, ns had been an
nounced. In view of this Dr. II. J. Talbot,
superintendent of the Utah mission Of tho
M. E. church, has consented to deliver tho
address at Mt. OllvoL
Aside from tho exercises at tho ceme
tery, the observance of Decoration day,
under tho auspices cf the Grand Army
of the Republic, will include I ho parade,
which will movo from Main street at 9:30
a. m., and in which the old soldiers, tho
Philippine voternns, tho troops at Fort
Douglas, tho Utah National Guard, tho
cadets of All Hallows college and probably
those of tho high echool, will participate.
The National Guard will accompany tho
old soldiers to tho cemeteries to assist in
decorating tho graves of tho heroes.
Tho memorial exercises at tho schools
of tho city will bo hold on Friday, May 20.
Those at tho west sldo high school will bo
held at 9 a. m. on that day. Instead of
In tho afternoon, as before announced.
Tho speakers at this school will be Mrs.
W. H. Jones for the W. R. C Frank II.
Clark for the G. A. R-, and W. D. Rltcr
for the Society of the Army of the Philip
pines. McKean post, G. A. R., will hold a me
morial scrvlco In Its hall in tho Jennings
block on Tuesday evening, May 21, at
which tho Rev. Dr. Plnkcrton will mako
the principal address. All American sol
diers and veterans arc Invited to attend
WEATHER RECORD. -
Weather for today, unsettled; probably
Yesterday's record at the local office of
the weather bureau:
Maximum temperature. 70 degrees; mini
mum temperature,- 46 degrees; moan tem
perature, &S degrees, which Is 2 degrees
below the normal.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since the first of the month, 2 degrees.
Accumulated excess . of temperature
slnco January 1, 17 degrees.
,Total precipitation from C p. m. to G
p m., trace.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
olnco the ilrst of the month, .37 Inch
Accumulated excess of temperature
since the first of January, 3.23 Inches.
Tv mpTi -
6 3 ?
Placft. B g S. o
q a 4
: o S
Denver J $t) 44 J .OOlPt. cloudy.
Grand Junction.! G I &8 I ,00Clear.
.Helena Cl 48 .OSlRaln.
Pocatcllo I (S 44 .OOlPt. cloudy.
Modena 78 40 .00Cloudy.
R. J, HYATT, Section Director.
Kansas City 70
Los Angolcu C-S
Omaha ,. CS
San Francisco C2
Spokane , f8
St LouIh C6
St. Paul GO
Raymond Harrington, Salt Lake Cltv,..22
Ethel Cottrell, Sugar House 22
Strong, boy to Clarence T. and Ruby, 572
South Fourth East, May C.
Klrkwood, boy to Israel and Ruby, 50
East Third South. May S.
Pederson. girl to Mons and Matilda, 1C0
East Eleventh South, May 12.
Erown. boy to Elando and Mary, 321 Pax
ton avenue. Muy 17.
Hoggan. Alexander, aged 44, SU Mark's
hoanltal, May 17
Newcola, Andrew, aged 2G, Keogh-Wrlght
hospital, May 14
Salnc, Murlc, aged 20, St, .Mark's hospital,
Oberg, Charles P., aged 59, 1007 South
Third West, May 16,
Minn., tells how woman's monthly suffering
may be quickly and permanently relieved by
Lydia E Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound
"Dear ILrs. Pinkham: I have never before given my endorse
ment for any medicine, but Lytlia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Com
pound has added so much to my life and happiness that I feel like
making an exception in thus case. For two years every month I would
have two days oi severe pain and could find no relief, but one day when
visiting a friend I run across Jjydia U. Pinkham'fc Vegetable Com
pound, she had used it with tho best results and advised me to try it.
I found that it worked wondors with mo; I now experience no pain and
only had to use a few bottles to bring about this wonderful change. I
use it occasionally now when I am exceptionally tired or worn out."
Miss Alice M. Sinrrr, 804 Third Ave., South Minneapolis, Minru, Chair
man Executive Committee Minneapolis Study Club.
Beauty and strength in women vanish early in life because of
monthly pain or some menstrual irregularity. Many suffer silently
and sco their best gifts fado away. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound helps women preserve roundness of form and
freshness of faco because it makes their entire female organism
healthy. It carries women safely through the various natural
crises and is the safeguard of woman's health.
Tho truth about this great medicine is told in tho letters from
women published in this paper constantly.
Mrs. C. Kleinschrodt, Morrison, 111., says:
"Df.au Mrs. Pixkuam: I have suffered ever
' iiMmif 6ulce thirteen years of age with my menses.
JMmUmvL hv wero irrogular and very painful. I
kMv doctored a great deal but received no benefit,
waij' pjO "A friend advised mo to try Lydia E.
Wffl' n fP$T Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I
0yft W? dduS ancl after taking a few bottles of it, I foimd
flflwJTM W ff1" relief,
wjtfl f "Menstruation is now regular and without
Wk J l?am- am CNjoying better health than I havo
lfirv for sometime."
' )ulmTni)l "S-v How is it possible for us to make it plainer
Jliiilll I V that Lydia E.Pinkliam's Vegetable Com-
I)' J 1 pound will positively help all sick women ?
I All women arc constituted alike, rich and poor,
high and low, all suffer from tho same organic
troubles. Surely, no ono can wish to remain, weak
and sickly, discouraged with life and without hope for tho future, when proof
is so uumistakablc that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
cure monthly suffering all womb and ovarian troubles, and all the ills
peculiar to women.
F ffl fll FORFEIT if wo cannot forthwith produce tho orlelnril lottora and algnntaroa ol
Vk'niflHBHflJ abovo testimonials, whloa will prove their absolute genuineness
Cj9ljfiy)(jfU Lydi E. I'lnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mail.
G ARNER DAIL ORE NEWS. I
f One dollar has become an exceedingly popular price for H
I negligee shirts in this store. i
Men who formerly had the 1.50 habit, I
.Are now saving the extra 50 cents . I
9- Without sacrificing an' of the style or shift quality. -j
You may do the same.
a Our 1.00 line shows nil the very latest creations, the same R
( as shown in all the high-priced makes. 1
Price. J, P GARDNER) Main St? j
j THE QUALITY STOBB.
P WINE of (
FOR WOM EN
i'T an on ons I
H Wc enj'0y thc distincon of roanu- l! j
H wSL facturing the most delicious com- I
US IV binations to be found in high-grade H
111 llPiliilii confectionery. Have you tried some H p
H SK rK f 0ur sPcia,t-ies sncu as Chocolate H P
m fi JppMraPg? Foam, ZaZa-Bar, Opera Bar, Nut H
PI Wff Txaf and DruSS",st stick Candy? K
H M They're made perfect by the J. G.
HI & McDonald Candy company. H
Jjf GET JBOSY
An Obliging Auctioneer If
Will "knock down" our splendid stock of Dia-
monds, Jewelry, Watches, Silverware, Cut Glass, p
etc., etc., at the 143 Main St. store, May 19th f
j to 31st, 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. No made-for-auc-
j tion goods, all are our regular high standard ar- j
tides, honestly selling at auction prices.
I On June 1st we open our magnificent Jew- j
elry Palace, 270 Main Street. j
LYON & C&5 , THE JEWELERS. I
B , i
I SUPERB FURNISHINGS
trA FOR- FASTIDIOUS MEN &
,5 --- You will find In our shop tho most j
i??u" uj7J! exclusive and newest creations In
Sn men's smart wear beautiful neck- 25i
fen K&V W wear, fancy hosiery, fancy vests,
" 7 iManhattan shirts, underwear, belte,
4 f walking sticks, correct collars for Jgi
$pg Sktf0C? j summer wear, straw and Panama Jjggfjf
jl hats, and everything-to make a well- jfar,
$Jjjs5 J dressed man.
WU Caterers to Man Who
3 jlpjP ' Know. L
I X Will Gray & Br. SSt I
Uid8r the Electric Sign "Gray's." e
THAW 3 ' " j
The Sand is the Smoker's jj? J
M. j Yesterday wns tomorrow
S&l may he but toda y la the
.tim0 t0 comraonco U3int;
6JJ$L Tou tako ho risk It's all
mJCl ours your money bnck If It
wTjjW don't suit.
A posltlvn una permanent cure for 'M
rtrunkeuncM and the op dUeoK;
Tbero la no publicity no sickness. I1"
iratcd as privately n3 at tbelrn homej
The KccJy Inatttuts. SJi Tf. & iniim J(
Halt 19 City, Utah, Ml