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! FRIDAY MORNING, JULY S, 1904. ' , j H
'ffHE SAM? li&gHS TREBTOTEi I H
18 TEST RIGHTS
J ff OSTEOPATHS
I Case of A; i. Hibbs
4 ir Adviseiaent
?H Plaintiff Urges Violation of
Statute Regarding Prac
tica of ftfledicine.
' Defendant Sots Up Clnim That Prnc
!; - tlce Is, Not Thnt of Modiolne
Btj, i or Surgery.
After hanging fire for two yean? the
rlf ease of the State vs. A. P. Hibbs, In
.Mlvolvlne the right of osteopaths to
rractlec their method of healing- In
Utah, was called In Judge Morse's court
INS , yesterday, argued and taken under ad
visement. mf.' It it? a test case brought for the pur-rose-
of determining the legal status of
alia Hie osteopathic practitioners. Their
school began to practice In tho State
M in 1002. The regular physicians 1m
hlij ' mediately raised the point that they
j . had no right to undertako tho healing
of diseases without passing an examl
nation ad securing a diploma fronv the
'ijai j State Medical Board.
j Contention of Osteopaths.
M I The , osteopaths- replied that. they did
Sji I not come under the law because they
practiced neither medicine or surgery.
jf, I They admitted that they could not pass
an examination in materia medlca,
therapeutics or surgery because they
B ( did not believe in such agencies and
Ml j had not studied them. To settle the
tiaj t question A. P. Hibbs, one of tho local
oiteopaths, Invited arrest and prom
3 toed to make a test of the law. An
$ ' information was llled by District At
jlj torney Dennis Elchnor, but before the
Hj case came to trial the Legislature con
51 veiled and an effort was made to sct
m Ue the controversy by the enactment of
H a new law.
W The bitterness with which the mat
9 ter vas fought before the Legislative
committee and on the floor of the
, Houso has not yet been forgotten. The
"Jj . bill Introduced by the osteopaths pro
ty,' vided for a special State board to ex
fl: . "amine and license osteopaths. The
,8! regular physicians combatted the prop
Si! oiitlon fiercely, insisting that the os-
'', teopaths should be compelled to show
their proficiency In medicine and sur
! eery before being permitted to prac-
tlce. Near tho end of the session the
'A bill was defeated by a close vote and
the osteopaths were left in their origi
ns nal position.
f ; Case Slumbers for Year.
;i . For more than a year the case of the
' w Stale vs. Hibbs was allowed to slum-
Mfl her In the records of the District At-
W torney's office, but lately the regular
j physicians, have taken the matter up
j with District Attorney Smith. He had
i -.1 the case docketed In Judge Morse's
l 1 court, and it came on for trial yester--j
. day. A statement of facts was agreed
: upon and the defense moved that the
I . defendant be discharged.
The complaint against Hibbs charges
fa : that on April 8, 1902. he gave ostco-
j ; palhlc treatment to Thomas Adams and
? accepted a fee of 52 for his service,
j j This Is alleged to be in violation of law,
f i the defendant not having a certificate
i Arom the State Board of Medical Ex
aminers, entitling him to give such
! The whole matter seems to rest upon
the Interpretation given to Sec. 1735 of
' the Revised Statutes, which, in part,
: is as follows:
i,1 "Practicing Medicine Defined. Any
.r perron rhnll be regarded as practicing
;l medicine within the meaning of this
V title, who shall treat, operate upon or
; C prescribe for any physical ailment of
, another for a fee, or who shall hold
; t. himself out by means of signs, cards,
. advertisements or otherwise as a phy-
elelan or surgeon "
T. Contention of Defense.
" D. K. Straup of the law firm of Pow-
t' ere, Straup & Llppman, representing the
i defendant, argued that the defendant
, , did not come within the law; that he
I WQs not practicing medicine or sur-
jl eery within the meaning of the stat
r ute, and that he did not hold himself
W out to bo a doctor of medicine or a
jfkO Bareeon. It was agreed in the state-
& ment of facts that the defendant was
9 i graduate of the American School of
X Osteopathy at KIrksville, Mo., and that
he only advertised himself as an os-
b teopath, it was aleo agreed that the
. t defendant treated Thomas Adams on
. April S, 1S02,. and accepted a fee.
t District Attorney Bonner X. Smith
. I contended In his argument that the
practice of osteopathy was Included In
the statute relative to the practice of
: K medicine, and that the qualifications of
osteopaths must be determined by the
f State Board of Medical Examiners and
a, that osteopaths must obtain certificates
from the board entitling them to prac-
K tlce In this State.
hi" 'rno nueslon Is considered very lm-
; By Portant, as there are aJready five os-
I? Uop-aths practicing in this city. It
w ""0 nas come bearing upon the future
K. of the practice of Christian Science in
fc. J-ne- treatment of disease In this city.
VI' matter was taken under advlse-
ment by Judge Morse, who will render
R a decision the latter part of next week.
j SECTION HAND KILLED
BY RIO GRANDE TRAIN
i Nicolas Tsnkoulas. a laborer on tho scc-
; "on for the Itlo Grande, was killed by
f; Irain So. 10. tho Sanpeto valley local,
early ycBtcrday morninc r.ar Murray.
tfT. wbllc working on tho section Tsakoulas
W attempted to cross the track Just as tho
uM Halin came along, urJ wao struck by tho
WX Clno and almost Instn.! ktllnd. The
If n. . ns Wero lkpn in charco by tho local
If T?i..ok.?,?cJ,ety- The funeral will not take
lfj ?i ,i? 1,11 Contanllna Taakoutati. a brother
or the dead man, can urrlvo from Chljago,
If File Incorporation Papers.
' rir.l!c,,c? if. incorporation of the "Weutern
ti m 'd.l'ub 'tilling corr.winy. orgcr.lrcrl In
T nr ,ucLZ' wc,' ,,lcd yts:.i.'ay n the office I
I oi me County Clerk. The purposes yf the
company arc act out to '.: to conJuct tho
printing and publishing of newspapers,
porlodlcals und books, to'Oth-Jr with every
variety ot Job p-!ntf.ir Tho crmpany Is
capitalized at 4--tt). aivid-Jd Into W-o tliarc?
of stock of the imr value .f 11 cat-U. Tlie
officers arc: W D. S, Hji ilninn. prcsl
dent; D. A, Markcl, vlcc-prsldenU cad
John T. Nnttress secretary and treasurer.
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried rcme.-7, Mrs
Wlnelow's Soothing Syrup has been
used fon over fifty years by millions of
mothers' for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
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Cases Set for Today.
A- Division No. 1 Judge Hall.
-J- Probato calondar.
Division No, 2-Judgo Stewart.
-f No setting. .
4- Division No. a Judge Morse. -
Division No. 4 Judgo Lewis.
-f No court. .
4- CITY COURT.
- Civil Dlvlalon-Iudge Tanner.
-f- 10 a."m. "Wagner & Picker vs. St -f
4- Clair. .
"f -f 4 4 A- -4- 4 4- 4
Saddle Sutton alleges In a complaint
filed In the District court yesterday thnt
ohe was Injured In alighting from a street
car and asks for J1OC0 damages from the
Utah Light nnd Railway company. Tho
plalntlfT claims that on Juno 1. 1S0I, while
slopping from a First street car at tho
crossing of O street tho car was started
before she had been Klvon time to alight
and that sho was "thrown to tho ground
with great forco and vlolcnco. The plaint
iff sulfcred a sprained wrist and was oth
erwise bruised and claims that she was
rendered unfit to follow her usual occu
pation. David Hoggan asks Judgment for $10,000
from tho Utah Light and Railway com
pany for personal Injuries In a complaint
filed In the District court vesterday. Tho
plaintiff alleges that In attempting to get
aboard ono of tho street cars of tho de
fendant company he was thrown violently '
against tho car and seriously Injured.
Hoggan alleges that tho motorman start
ed tho car without signal from tho con
ductor and without giving tho plaintiff
any warning. Tho accident is alleged to
have occurred on Juno 17. 1902, on Tenth
Bast between Third and Fourth South
District Judge Stewart granted a de
cree of dlvorco yesterday to Annlo S. Salt
zcr from Andrew Saltzcr on the ground of
neglect The couplo woro married March
3. 1900, at Blackfoot, Ida. Tho plaintiff
is restored to her maiden name of Annlo
Suit to foreclose a Hen wns llled In the
District court yesterday by tho Miller
Cahoon company ngalnst Lars P. Lar
son. Tho plaintiff claims J-KM.70 to be duo
for materials furnished the defendants In
tho construction of a dwelling-house.
Judgment in favor of tho plaintiff was
renderod by District Judgo Morso yester
day In tho case of Charles A. Hansen vs.
the Utah Light and Railway company.
Kidneys out of order, that's all.
Doan's Kidney Pills are the sure
At any drug store.
Bctts. girl to Mr. and Mrs. Georgo 'W., 330
South Seventh East. July G.
Read, girl to Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter E.t 725
Fourth street, July r,
Hcdrlck. girl to R. II. and Pearle, 271
"West Second South. Tuly 4.
Love, Stephen Rus3ell. aged 15, 2127 South
Seventh East. Julv "..
Hcnnlfor. Skldlc Dudley, ngeJ G3, 241 South
Third East, July 5
Samway, John J., aged 1. IIS East Third
South, July 5.
Sur6os, John, aged 23. St. Mark's hospital,
"Woodburry. Albert, agod 1, 201 West Sixth
North, July 4.
O jQtm JS T OE.IA.
Bears tho si Kind You Hara Alivajs Bough)
Decision of Chicago Court in tho
troquois Fire Sottle3 Many
CHICAGO, July 7. Litigation to the
probable aggregate total of $3,000,000
has been discouraged by a ruling of
Judge Holdom, In the Superior court, to
the effect that the city of Chicago was
not liable In any degree for the Iroquois
theater fire. A suit by Eva Catherine
Gibson for $15,000 damages because of a
broken arm and an Injured spine was
the case decided. Sixty other sultH are
pending and had the decision been
against the city hundreds of other ac
tions probably would have been tiled.
The opinion was on the city's demur
rer to the averment that the theater
was a public nuisance nnd that the mu
nicipality was liable because of the de
reliction of Its otilcers In Issuing a li
cense before the theater had .compiled
with the ordinances. But even had the
playhouse been a nuisance in the legal
meaning of that word tho city still
would not have been liable.
NEW SCHEME Of
Thrifty Blackmailer Is
Watches Lawns Watered
Hours During Prohibited
Threatens Arrest and Compromises
by Taking Half What tho
Fino "Would Be.
Some busy and ingenious, but unau
thorized person In the northeastern
part of the city Is giving tho wator de
partment a bad namo and, at the same
time, reaping a harvest of coin, by col
lecting blackmail from water user3.
His method Is to watch the lawns un
til he detects a hose working overtime
or during prohibited hours. Then he
calls on the householder and speaks
after this fashion: v
"I am from the water department and
I find that you have been violating the
law by using wator when you had no
right to. You must go to the City hall
Does Not See Credentials.
Made cowardly by the possession of a
guilty conscious, the householder, fre
quently a lady, does not think to de
mand credentials. Visions of the patrol
wagon, iron bars and the gaping crowd
in police court present themselves and
the offender pleads for leniency. The
"officer of the water department" is
obdurate. He Is sorry, but a stern sense
of duty compels hlrh to enforce the law.
"Is there no way in which tho matter
can be settled out gf court?" cries the
guilty party In despair.
The "otllclal" pondors a moment
"Well, It might be fixed up. The fine
In court would be $10 at the very least,
but It would be a shame to take a lady
to tlnrhall. It Is not strictly regular, of
course, but If the party will pay over
Takes the Five.
In several instances tho $5 has been
paid and the "official" has gone down
to "make it right" with the Judge. It
Is a difficult matter to find how often
the scheme has been worked for tho
reason that persons who have violated
the water ordinance do not care to ex
pose their own delinquencies, but there
is reason to believe that tho self-constituted
Inspector finds "water graft"
safer and more profitable than the fake
assessment which was practiced so suc
cessfully by a cunning thief a year ago.
The victims of the game go as far
as they dare In denouncing the cor
ruption of the water department and
the superintendent Is therefore doubly
anxious to run down the rascal who Is
doing the blackmnlnlng act.
Safeguard tho Children.
Notwithstanding all that Is done by
boards of health and charitably In
clined persons, the death rate among
small children Is very high during the
hot weathor of the summer months in
the large cities. There Is not probably
one case of bowel complaint In a hun
dred, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. Frank Rlggs of FrankllnvUle, N. Y.,
In speaking of this remedy said: "I
have found It expedient to have a sup
ply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy on hand. It has been
a family safeguard and while especially
beneficial to children, It is equally good
In adult cases. I recommend it cheer
fully and without reservation." For
sale by all leading druggists.
For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
lotto Lyngberg and Miss Carrie Lea
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now at 417 to 421 Constitution bulld
Ing; 'phone 2093-X.
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. O.
box 905. 'Phono Beesley Music Co.
Wasatch Summer Resort.
Particulars write Alklre, Wasatch
hotel, via Snndy, or corr.e see.
Chaffee Visits Montana Posts.
BILLINGS, Mont, July 7. Gen.
Chaffee arrived here last night, where
he was mot by Capt Thomas Swabe,
constructing quartermaeter at 'Fort
Gen. Chaffee Is on a tour of inspection
of Western forts. He will go to Fort .
McKenzIe by a special train this morning.
ll PI (b 3 5y household, for without
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a'r3 Fzffk HI 8fV weet the picturo of mother and baba,
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ill hIeI' StM ever 9 EO f danger and suffering that
6he looks forward to tho hour when she shall
feci the exquisite thrill' of motherhood with indescribable dniad and
fear. Every woman ohould know that the danger, pain, and horror
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j But it needs some help.
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S freshing. The skin is constant-
ly clogging with impurities.
I This soap will cleanso it of all
I of thorn. A box containing
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Salt Lak Slty.
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la to buy whnre you can buy tho beet
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Clockfl cheaper than you can buy them In
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TIME TABLE. ' M H
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G9lPFB RETURNING '
6ALT LAKE ARRIVE SALT mml
g ? n' 1. 12:30 p. ra. ) Ymm
No. j. 2:00 p.m. No. S. 3:30 p.m. ;V mm
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1' p m- No- 7. 6:30 p. rru ,' H fmM
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No. 12. 7:00 p. m. No. 11. 8:S0 p. m. i mm
No. 14, S:00 p, m. No. 13, 10;CO p. m. . , mm
No. 16, 0:C0 p. m. No. 15. 11:45 p. m. 1
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP :5 ' , , IH
CENTS. I - W
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 9:30. , 'H
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINB 5 'I
TO ST. LOUIS. ! H
Through car, Salt Lako City to St. i
Loula and Kansas- City. Only ono change 1mm
to Now York, Buffalo and principal polnu imW
East low rales for summor travel. . mw
Especial attention to ladlea and call. mmm
TourLat slocpera through to Chicago, mwm
Boston and other polnta without chanse,
Two trains dally. . ' ; mm
Inqulro at ticket office, 102 Dooly block, ; mm
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheer. I mm
fully given H C. TCWNSEND. 1 mm
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St. mm
Loula, Mo. ! MM
In effect June si 1901. '' fM
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. I ' - MM
No. 10 For Bingham, Hobcr, i j
Provo and Mary? vale 8:00 o.ro. '.' Mm
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a.m. . MM
No. 6 For Dcnvor and East b:S0 a.m. , Mm
No. 5 For Ogden nnd Weat 10.C0 a.m.' MM
No, 1 For Ogden and Veat 1:45 p.m. f 1 ' MM
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:15 p.m. ' MM
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka 5:CO p.m. MM
No. 11 For Ogden and local pta.. 6:05 p.m. i ! 'MM
No. 4 For Denver and East 8:05 p.m. i l ' MM
No. 3 For Ojrden and West 11 -CG a.m. , f MM
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. F MM
No. C--From Ogdon and the East 8:40 a.m. r v MM
No. 12 From Ogden and local ptal0:25 a.m. ? MM
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. .10:CO a.m. nfiiiiH
No. 6 B'rom Donver and Eaat... 10:40 a.m. 'rtfl
No. 1 From Dcnvor und Haet... 1.S5 p.m. ' 4
No. t From Ogden and West.... 3:05 p.m. , 'Jl
No. Utl From Park City 5:15 p.m. (
No. 8 From Blngbam, Honor, , fMMt
Provo and Marysvalc 6:00 p.m. " yMMm
No. 4 From Ogden andtho Weat 7:55 p.m. f mMm
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:45 p.m. I lH
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 atop at In. mMm
ternjeaote joints. MMM
Ticket office, Dooly Block, ' MMM
'Phono 205. i mm
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P. If. ' MM
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ASSAYER, i lv '
I 7 W. 3rd South. Salt Lake City. j 1 l w jk
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Our Sleeping Cars are j mM
I The Coolest Possible, j t'm
They have been equipped for the service to St. Lonis, and I 1 ' ;
i here are none more comfortable or better ventilated. In the M ''Ml
I Standards the upholstering is plush; in the Tourists' it is rat- 1 ', I : jH
tan. Let me know which you prefer either is good, and ffl 1 , J
either is at your command. The Tourist is the cheaper of the ' '
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i K5I7nti Write today and I will give you. full 'H I ' .i v mmW
I BfrSi details by return mail. "Ml j j
!pj:yi R. P. HESLEw, uoheral A gent, gl ! i' 1 '
sfjfllS 79 W" SEC0N:D SOUT:e ST- I' ''
Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 Jjj
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