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I : . l RECOMMENDED
I : Internrban Railway Is
I : Indorsed,
I !j; -f! flea! Estate Men Appeal to
H I' Ji the Mayor and City.
H ' Council.
I ill' Commercial Club Will Make Further
I iMfll'i Inquiries Ba fore Committing
I I Etself.
' flU' Unqualified indorsement oC 13. Mnh-
H f j ler's lnterurhan rnDwoy project was
H Slven by the Salt Lake Real ' Estate
H ' association at a meeetlng held yes-
H ' ! j k J terd'ay afternoon, iind the Mayor and
f c,tv Council were recommended to
H , i j I grant to the enterprise such franchise
H j j ' i ' ! as It may need for passage through the
H 1 I ! ')': ! business part of the city. It being un-
H j ) J 'I1 j:- derstood, however, that this rccom-
H! ' j 1 , i inendatlon applies only in the event that
' ! ," N , . traffic arrangements are not made with
I ( ' '''' h th'e TItnn LKnt & Rnllway company.
H MltH Hoard Will Investigate.
M i 'yti The Commercial club board of gov-
Hj , i , j j crnors also held a meeting, which
B, jc j :j iic ' wns called for the express purpose of
Hj I j j considering the Interurban railway
' VlVH proposition- While this body regarded
H iMV tlie enterPfise with favor, it decided
H . ' ! rfttf after a two and a half hours' session,
; v u during which the matter was- quite
' n thoroughly discussed, that no definite
l i " L "' action should be taken until further in-
H ,i ;i;j vestlgatlon could be made concerning
j'il I the reliability and good faith of the
H , '' it ! persons promoting the new road. It was
H 3 ". ;0 j desired that It be understood there was
HI i J1;.' no reflection upon Mr. Mahler In this
HI ": I decision, but only that) In a matter of
H' : so much Importance the board deemed
Hj j ,,r it wise to have all of the facts- in its
Hj , 1 ) ; ' jwsseaslon before making- any recom-
H- ' ' i ! mendatlon. The board adjourned for
HJ t,'lt'i one to give Itself time to obtain
HI I'Hrj.i ah of the facte.
H . ! fa 1 1 Real Estate Men Interested.
H i 1 $ 1 There was a full attendance nt the
Hi ! , ' ! meeting of the Real Estate association,
H , , '.-j.-i nnd the deepest interest was taken in
Hj , , js ' the railway project. Addresses of con-
H j yj :j slderable length, discussing the project
H f'i 1 au 'ts Phases, were made by Mr.
H ; ij j , I Mahler. Senator Reed Smoot and Judge
H t S. R. Thurman of Provo, and. most of
H t ,!v the assoclatlan members were heard.
' ,j. At the close of Ihe dhxmsslon a resolu-
' j'v i tlon favoring the enterprise was passed
Hi' i , j1 5 unanimously, and a committee of five
HSv '" t Avas aPI)ointetl to present the matter of
H !A a franchise to the Council and urge its
H $k- ' j" ? passage on behalf of the association.
H Hwl j This committee Is composed of J. W.
H 1 iWji' Houston, E. S. Darling, S. B. Tuttle, J.
H ', v"fc?r L. Perkes and Glen Miller. The re-
H '.iiSfV lullon Is as follows:
' ijjj j; Besolutlons Adopted.
, 1 lj ! Whereas, Mr. B. Mahler and associates
'j I have been and are Interested In promot-
' l a j 1 ing the lnterurhan rnllroad between Pay-
iislj i son on the south and IOgan on the north,
' K '. and franchises havo been granted In every
I '5 ! city and town through which the pro-
) i,r I posed line is to poas, with tho exception
j! i uf Salt Lake Pfty and Ogden, which cltle?
' ', will receive the most benefits from such
) . 1 4 line, and In order to keep tho franchises
' Tf! already granted In force In other cities,
V. r they must act Immediately, and after
, ; Jooklng Into the reliability of Mr. Mahler
I;; i and asoclntes. wo find that they have
ijv I demonstrated by their operations In other
; : ,i . i cities that they are reliable and wlh full-
f ! 4 nl their promises and build .such lino as
will bo for the benefit of Salt Lake City
) , jj and the other cities they pass through,
' '. !S ',, and recognizing that this would be of pttr
l ' !jf n tlcular benefit to the real estate people of
i. I 1 ' , j tho city, now therefore, be It
' M ! Resolved, That we the Real Estate as-
l i ; Iji eoclatlon of Salt Lake City and propcrty-
' ' ; : ownerB. pledu'e our heartv support to the
1 f 1 promotion of the enterprise and wo here-
1 ft' i bv recommend to the honorable Cltv Conn-
'' : ' J5 i ell and the Mayor of Salt Lake Cltv thnt
, ' , suitable franchises be granted to said pro-
1 : i posed road through the business part of
. the city.
, '.,'g "Water Meter Question.
; '1 The question of the adoption of water
. ''.r . nieters for the residence districts of the
t 1 fti 1 citj AVas also Lalen' UP hy thp asso-
1 J vijB I elation, and the consensus of opinion
tliat ll,e nlan would be detrimental
I ' . jj; Ii and Inimical to the best interests of the
I I ' 'i ifi I cltyi A memorlnl to the City Council,
i y : jjf 1) protesting against the adoption of the
' ) hj j meter system and giving a number of
1 " i if reasons for the opposition, was drafted
r !2 : and adopted. Among the reasons cited
, I j i if are that the adoption of meters will In
5 :t tir i 1 no wlse p0'0 the problem of Increasing
J ' : .-.? ? ! the city's water supply, but, on the
1 ',' IM 1 other hand, the cost of purchasing, In-
r i ' . stalling and maintaining the meters
t i ' ' ' iji? would in a short time total an amount
I J ' i !;". j 6ufllclcnt to purchase most of the water
1 v j ; 1 rights tributary to the city; that the
I ' j ,' ''M.5 meters now In use are wholly unre-
, liable, the reatllngs of many of them
If "r j ; vapj-lng from 200 to COO per cent from
y i j- ;) month to mopth, while the amount of
t l'' ' 3'i water consumed Is virtually unchanged:
i ) , t;vi thnt the USQ of meters would Inolte
' SU property owners to tho practice of a
I ' ' r Sil' degree of economy In the use of vn'ter
I ) ' IK -which would be ruinous to lawns and
j I J jf trees. thu Impairing the value of
' fali1 property, and that the system would
' W 1 1 ultimately be a great and useless burden
I J ' f I i upon the taxpayers,
j '-I B;, I The association pledges Its aid to the
j 1. ; .." J, j I Council to the extent of Us power in
' fy I ' ln 1raie oi Cnamerlain's Colic-,
If ' 11 f ' Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy.
"'Allow me 'to give you a few words
H , ., p In praise of Chamberlalp's Colic,
H ti' "; 1 1 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says
H A,," 'fjl'.r Ir- Jnn Hamlett of Eagle Pass, Tex.
H jj ' f "I suffered one week with bowel trouble
H U f ' an(l took all kinds of medicine without
I 5 ' ; lf',V without getting any relief, when my
H '.(' ' Mi "friend, Mr. C. Johnson, a merchant
H 111 ' i . f here, advised me to take this remedy.
I j,; , ;j7 ! After taking- one dose I felt greatly re
I i1' '' ' ' '' M lieved and when I had taken the" third
I '('I l doHe was cntlrely cured. I thank you
H ' J1 li.jt M fiom the bottom of my heart for put--I
i! ' t Ii ins th,s Z03-- remedy in the hands of.
H' ffl mankind." For 'sale by all leadinn
. " H i druggists. i
securing for the city an adequate supply
RE All ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Transfers of realty woro recorded yes
terday as follows: , TT
Joseph B. Morris to Ella M. Hod
Rcn. -arronty deed. 1 aero, section
35, township 1 south, range 1 east.?? KW
William N. Foster to William A.
Morrow, warranty deed, 41Vixl5
feet, lot 5. block 7S, plat A 2,000
David Hilton to James A. Hilton,
warranty deed. 2, acres in lot 0,
block CO, 10-ncro plat A 1
Mrs. Emma Dunlop to Julius Druk.
wurranty deed, lot C, Martin's sub
Samuel G Paul to Julius W. Druk,
warranty deed, lots 7 and S, Mar
tin's subdivision -50
Samuel Riser to Edward Laird,
.warranty deed, 2x10 rods north
west from southeast qf lot S, block
61. plat. C
John P. McOmlo to George Parker,
warranty deed. 120 squaro feet,
southwest from northeast section
7. township 2 south, rangn 1 east.. 2M
Fidelia Butler to Edward Laird,
warranty, deed, lots 10 and 11,
block 2, L. II. Rockwell's First
n. C. Hoffman to Lllllo Williams,
warranty deed, lots 3 and -1, block
Maryland subdivision 5
Samuol Doxoy to Archibald McFar
land, warranty deed, lots 15 and
1C, block 1, Dunford's subdivision.. G50
Mary McNeill to Joscpli Gorrlnge.
warranty deed, 10x131 fqt, lot 20,
block ,9 5-acro plat A 100
G. R. Bothwell ot al to Mary Mc
Neill. 40x131 feet, lot 20," block 0.
5-ucro pint A SO
Alex Dahl to Calob D. Brlnton. war
ranty deed, G acros. southeast
from section 23, township 2 south,
rango 1 west 2,500
Jano G. Freeze to Allco Wood,
warranty deed, 9150 square feet,
southeast from northwest quartor
sectlon 7, township 2 south, range v
1 east l-o
H P. Henderson to Llla Read,
warranty deed, 103x41.41 feet, lot
1. block T, plat B 3.M0
Llla Read to Mrs. Rhoda Guernsey,
warranty deed, 103x44.41 fcot, lot
1. block C2. plat B 4.000
Lorenzo Snow to Hattlo D. Young,
qult-clnlm deed, part of lot I,
block 12, 10-acro plat A 97
Henry C. Lanoy to C. Harmon ct
al.. quit-claim deed, part of lot 5,
block 9. plat A. Wilkes Bingham.. COO
G. T. Pual to R. S. Juackcnbush,
qult-clnlm deed, half Interest in (
lots 23 to. 32. block 1. Falrvlew.... 1
C. P. Barlow ot al to J. B F Pugs
ley, part of block 133. plat A 1
Matilda Knowles to E. L Huber.
warranty deed, lot 18 and east 19
fcot lot 19, block 1. Hunter's sub. .$ GOO
Joseph Wurzoll to U. J. Walsh, war
ranty deed, lota 1 to 15. block 1,
Thompson's addition 10
H. D. Folsom to Oregon Short Lino
Railroad company, wnrranty deed.
.75 acres in southeast quarter of
northeast quarter of section 23,
township 1 north, range 1 west .... 225
Christina Bird to same, warranty
deed, part northeat quarter of
northwest quarter of section 24,
township 2 south, range 1 west .... 200
Julius Druk. to Edward Laird, lots
C to S, Martin's subdivision C50
Hubbard Investment company to A.
McLean, lots 32 to 34. block 10,
Mill Creek church. Latter-day Saints
to J C Hamilton, part northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of sec
tion 5, township 2 south, rango 1
J. C. Hamilton to Mill Creek church.
Latter-day Saints, part lots 9 and
10. block C. ten-acre nlat A, etc ... 1
E. J. Wager to John Weir. Jr., war
ranty deed, lots 30 and 37. block 2,
etc., Perkins's adldtlon 5
A refining plant, costing $20,000, will bo
erected soon by Manngor Vogcler of tho
salt manufacturing company. He expects
to harvest 10,000 tonH of salt this season.
Best way to cure kidney trouble Is
to strengthen the kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly.
That's what Doan's Kidney Pills do.
0GBEN AND RETURN $1.00,
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, Sept. 25.
Grand Autumn Leaf excursion. Best
opportunity of the season to see the
canyon In Its autumn tinted foliage.
Special train leaves Salt Lake 9:30 a. m.
Returning, leaves Ogden S:00 p. m.
Central Codl & Coke Company, sole
retailers Rock Springs "Peacock" coal;
lump, nut, slack. OfTlces, 142 Main
street (temporary), 'Phone 818. 60
West 2nd South. 'Phone 808. Yard, 5th
South and 3rd West.
President Joseph F. Smith. President
Ahthon II, Lund and Elder Hyrum M.
Smith of the Mormon church havo Just
returned from a trjt through Southern
Utah, where they wont to attend confer
ences, jjolng ns far south a-5 St. Georgo
and a short dlotance into Arizona They
attended thirty m6etlngs In tho course of
Miss Jennie Halght left last night for a
visit of the fashion centers East, stop
ping at St. Louis cn route totake In tho
fair. Sho will return homc about Oc
Miss Emma Lucy Gates has decided to
Blvo a ooncort hero on October 10, assist
ed by tho Symphony orchestra, under tho
direction of Arthur Shepherd. Shi will
also glvo a concort In Provo before her
departure for .Now York.
A party of European tourists acrlvod
yesterday and registered at ,tln; Knuts
ford for a short stay of sightseeing. In
tho party are "F. H, Leo and T. II. Hartc
of Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Llllenfcld, Do
Orth. Dr. Ostertag. Mr. Leon, O. lloch,
R. Hoehl, C. Elscnlohr and C. Scherer
of Germany. I. Blsplnck. George Peck and
L. J. Schramm from Holland. They huvo
been through California and the Yellow
stone and aro now going to St. LouIb.
Tbos. W. Tulloch Is back from tho mines
at Marysvalo and at tho Knutsford.
D. V. Barkalow. tho railroad news man.
Is at the Knutsford.
J. Hartman Is In from Cheyenne on
business and at tho AVIlson.
H. C. Mooro of Mackay, Ida, Is at tho
John W. Dykens, the Wyoming cattle
man, Is at the Wilson from Evanston.
A. H. Horton of the Geological sur
vey Is a Kcnyon guest.
M. Becker, a tourist from Ecrlln who
was through the Yellowstone, Is a guest,
at tho Kenyon.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllc C. Hatch are re
ceiving congratulations on the birth of a
Leslie E. Dillingham of tho Mackay,
Ida., Telegraph, with his young brldo ar
rived from Illinois yesterday and Is at
J. A, Manhany of the San Francisco Ex
aminer and formerly a well-known news
paper man In Virginia City, Nov., during
the Comatock days, was In the city yes
terday i en routo homeward from tho
County Clerk James Is , progressing fa
vorably now and has' boon pronounced by
his physicians to bo well on the way
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Tho Paris Millinery Co.
Gorman Is in the Saddle.
NEW YORK, SopL 21. Senator Gorman
of Maryland today actlvolv took up his
duties' as adviser to tho "Democratic Na-1
: ' ' .
to Sell Booze.
Action Was Taken After a
Warm and Exciting
ITayor Morris "Vetoes Paving Reports
and Suggests a Solution, of the
Aftor action last night by tho City
Council, In passing Councilman Fcrn
strom's amendment to tho liquor ordl
nanco, the saloon men havo every reason
to bo pleased. Under tho ordlnanco as it
reads tho sale of liquor by a restaurant,
hotel, boarding or rooming-house, 13 for
bidden. Drug stores aro not allowed to
sell more than llvo Gallons without a
wholesale license, or less than a half
pint without a retailer's license. A man
ufacturer's llccnsa Is established at $150,
a retail dealer's at $300, a wholesaler's at
$250 and a druggist's at $100, every quar
ter. Disapproved by the Mayor.
A veto from tho Mayor on the report of
tho Council as a committee of the whole,
on the paving" of Brlgham street, was
also received and rend, although tho
reading was afterward stricken out as
being out of order. Mayor Morris's rea
son for vetoing tho plan was tho pro
vision for a waiver of damages. Without
that proviso, wrote tho Mayor, tho ac- ;
Hon of tho Council met with his ap
proval Ho said that some of those In
terested In the Improvement havo of
fered to furnish bonds for $50,000 to bo
held by tho Utah Savings & Trust com
pany, to indemnify the city against all
claims- Tho .Mayor recommended that
tho proviso be eliminated and the bond
accepted. Tho City Attorney was quoted
as saying that the bond afforded amplo
and abundant protection to tho city.
Asks Damages for a Runaway.
Chief among the petitions that came
before tho Council last night were thoso
of Julius Hauorbach, Hansena Hauer
bach and Martha Aim, being claims for
damages. That of Julius Hauerbach was
a claim for JC000, tho othor two for $2500
aploce. Tho petitions sta'ted that tho
man was driving a buggy with the ladles
In It and that tho largo rocks In tho
middle of Peach street, down which they
were driving, caused tho horso to run
away. From Oak street to tho Intersec
tion of Main street thoro Is a very steep
grade, with a fall of about thirty fcot In
100. At the Intersection of Peach and
Oak strcots thero Is a ravine, which en
tails great danger for any one driving
down who docs not know the locality
well. It was 8:45 p. m. on tho 19th of
August when the accident occurred. Tho
buggy was overturned nnd tho occupants
thrown out, after which tho animal
bolted and smashed tho trap. Tho peti
tions state that tho officers of Salt Lako
City havo known of tho stato of those
streets for some tlme( and havo Uikcn
no steps to alter the existing conditions.
Cemetery Wants Relief.
Councilman Tuddenham advocated tho
petition of tho Brlgham Young Ceme
tery association, asking for a remission
of $751 assessment for laying down an
asphalt paving on First street. Tho trus
tees said that the Interest from the fund
was barely sufficient to'properly caro for
tho grounds Tuddenham moved for an
appropriation to covor tho amount, and
tho matter was referred to tho commit
tee. Some time ago a deed to certain prop
erty was ordered delivered to Uranz
Holnzo upon payment of $27 3S, which
sum was supposed to be tho amount of
taxes for which the land was sold to tho
city m 1S92. A subsequent Investigation
showed that tho taxes had boon paid on
tho land prior totho sale, and that tho
sale for taxes had been a mistake. The
City Attorney recommended that the City
Treasurer and Recorder be directed to de
liver the deed to Mr. Helnze. The mat
ter was icferred to tho commltte2.
Offer Asphalt for Sale.
Petitions were received from the Union
OH and Asphalt company, offering for
sale somo asphalt claims, fifteen miles
from the tormlniis of the Uintah railroad,
of 100 acres each, in which they claimed
that the vein was from ten to thirty foot
thick; from Fred L. Wood and others
calling attention to tho stable at loO West
First South, sottlntf out that tit was a
menace to public health, an offense to
public dccejLcy and a menace to liio and
property; from Robert SioKor. Jr., asking
tho Council to examine a amoko con
sumer, which ho said was In operation at
the Oquirrh school, and which could bo
put In the city boiler at a cost of $00.
These petitions wero ordered filed and
referred to the committees.
Lively argument was heard between
Councllmen Hobday and Barnes over tho
proposal to construct a speedway In Lib
erty park. Tho mattcif camo up on a
petition of the Real Estate association,
and has already been postponed for sev
eral months. It was decided last night to
hold It oyer until the beginning of
MPlugs" on the Speedway.
Councilman Barnes objected, because,
he said, It would be ground upon which
only fast horses would bo allowed. "If
I go down there with my old plug they
won't let me on. Thoro aro only about
fifty pcoplo In town with roally fast
"Well," said Councilman Hobday, "I'vo
been down In tho park and scon Coun
cilman Barnes with his old plug making
as good speed as any of thorn. And I
wactt to tell you that I expect to go
down on the speedway with my old plug,
and I want to seo who's going to make
mo act off."
Councilman Fernstrom armounnccd that
he opposed tho proposal, as did Coun
cilman A. J. Davis. It was decided to
hold It over until March, when the dis
cussion would bo more seasonable.
A letter was received from tho City
Engineer, recommending that a strip, of
land be bought from Sldnoy Clawson for
$150 for tho straightening out of Canyon
road. Tho matter was referred to tho
Hobday Was Deserted.
Over tho liquor bills there was no little
bltternoss. Councilman Hobday said that
,ho and Councilman' Hartcn3teln had spent
tho be3t part of thrcti days with tho help
of the City Attorney In drawing up his
substitute ordlnanco. When it camo down
to voting, tho former was deserted by hlu
Tho matter camo up on a motion of
Councilman Fernstroryto pass his amend
ment to the existing ordinance Then
Councilman Hobday camo forward with
his substitute bill. This provided that
any hotel, boardlng-houso or restaurant
keeper who had any kind of booths on his
premises should bo compelled to pay ac
cordingly for his license. The Ucchso for
this class wns to be on tho same scale
as that for a Baloon, $1200 a year. Res
taurants, etc., without booths,' would
hav to pay, a llccnso of. ?400 ft . year.
Oty and Neighborhood j
THE LADIES AID SOCIETY of tho
Hirst Baptist church has postponed Its
mooting, owing to tho Union missionary
meeting of the First and Eant SIdo
churches at Uio homo of Mrs, C. O. Va
ness, 6S3 Third street, Soptombcr 22, at
2. SO o'clock. Mrs. J. G. Simmons, a re
turned missionary from India will bo tho
spoolcor, and Mrs. A. D. Mclvln too vo
calist. EDWIN KBNYON, tho ton-year-old boy
whoao dlBappearanco throe days ago led
his father to think ho had boon kidnaped,
was found In Bountiful, whither ho
had gone of his own accord, and was
brought homo yesterday.
JESSIE WILLIAMS, colored, was tried
In tho City court yesterday on the charge
of petit larceny, but Judge Dlohl re
sorved his decision until today. It Is al
legod that tho girl, when a trusty In tho
city Jail, violated tho confidence reposed
in nor by stealing a revolver from tho
desk of Jailor Kimball, Sho was sus
pected as soon as tho gun was found to
bo missing and sho subsequently told con
flicting stories about what becamo of tho
weapon. It Is believed, however, that
she passed It to a colored admirer on tho
outsldo of tho Jail.
THE REPORT of tho Homo Finding as
sociation on the children's bcnotlt glvon
a fow nights ago al tho First Methodist
church shows tho not returns to bo over
TWO TYPHOID cases and ono of scar
lot fovor "woro roported to tho Board of
Health; yesterday. The former aro Mrs
T. R. Sundbcrg of -115 Fourth street and
Robert Buckon cf 570 South State. Tho
scarlet fever patient Is Zaldcl Dunning,
aged 1C, daughter of Mrs. Dunning of 1
THE regular Thursday organ recital
will bo given at tho- Tabernacle today at
5:20, Prof. McClellan having returned from
his trip to Denver.
TWO prisoners wore brought to the
Stato prison yesterday by Sheriff Bailey
of Ogden. They are up for robbery. Jo
seph Turner for ftvo years and Thomas
Doyle for one.
HANNAH AND STELLA M'MANN,
girls 17 and 15 years old, respectively, woro
taken Into custody by tho police yester
day on account of Immoral practices. Tho
girls' paronts live nt Sandy. The younger
of tho two was already under bond to an
swer to tho charge of Incorrigibility, nnd
Bho was turned ovor to tho Sheriff. Sho
Is said to bo a fit candidate for tho reform
TYPHOID Is rampant In Logan, caused.
It Is thought, by tho water- Inspector
Robert Woodard returned from tho north
yesterday with samples of tho water from
prlvato wells. He reports thirty cases of
A COMMITTEE consisting of MaJ. R.
W. Young. Capt. B. H Wells. Gen. John
Q Cannon and Attorney N. V. Jones,
with Gov. Wells as chairman, met In tho
lntter's office yesterday morning to dis
cuss moans of commemorating tho Nau
A DINNER will bo given by Mr. Jack
son this evening In honor of his friend,
W. A. Wallace of Chicago. Covers will
bo laid for ton guests. Tho parties arc
colored and the function will be In the na
ture of an Emancipation day banquet.
THE meeting of the history section of
the Woman's Literary club, which was to
have ben hold today, has been postponed
until September 20.
BY MISTAKE Mrs. P. M. M.. Harper
of tho "Rest" rooming-house, took bi
chloride of mercury antlcoptlc tablots
Tuesday night. Instead of cough loz
enges which sho intended taking. On
her way home' from tho theater sho pur
chased the tablets through an unaccount
able mistake. As soon as sho swallowed
tho drug, sho experienced great pain,
whereupon she telephoned tho druggist
from whom sho secured the tablots. Ho
at cneo sent a doctor. After using a
stomach pump, Mrs. Harper was soon
out of danger. The fault was not tho
druggist's, as the package wn.s plainly
labeled ."poison "
Tho one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
Rock Springs "Peacock"' Coal; lump,
nut. slack. Sold only by Central Coal &
Coke Company. OAlces. M2 Main 9treet
(temporary). 'Phone. SIS; GG West 2nd
South, 'Phone SOS. Yard 5th South and
The drug storo clause was practically tho
samo as In Fcrnstrom's bill.
Objections of Fernstrom.
The objection, raised by Fernstrom and
Barnes, which llnally killed this ordi
nance, was that It did not urohlblt wo
men nnd minors from entering the booths
and taking liquor there. There was a
clauso which placed the restaurant with
booths under tho .same police regulations
as saloons. Councilman Hobday h?l
been under tho Impression from what
City Attorney Dey had told him that that
clause would regulate that matter. But
whbn tho City Attorney was called In ho
said that there was nothing In the bill
to prevent women frdm being' served In
Hobday Makes a Confession.
During this discussion many Interesting
facts cume to light. Councilman Hob
day, for ope, said that he was In favor
of allowing saloonkeepers to bo open for
two or three hours on Sunday. He
placed himself on record as saying that
lie went nnd took a drink on Sunday
whenever ho felt, like It. and had on sev
eral occasions met spmo. of the other
Councilman Black could not understand
why they should wish to suppress ono
evil and foster another. "If we aro go
ing to havo morality, for God's sake, let
us havo IL"
Ho criticised tho suppression of drink
ing In restaurants when the gambling
houses aro running openly "because wo
nocd the money."
Black finally amended Fernatrom's bill
by a clause forblddlnar any ono having
wlnorooms or booths In his place. Tho
ordlnanco was then passed.
Upon a suspension of tho rules tho
Council took up tho matter of the Brig
ham street Improvement. An amend
ment was offered by Councilman Fern
strom and afterwards adopted, striking
out tho proviso at tho end of the report
and substituting tho Mayor's plan.
Two' Sidewalk Assessments.
Two ordinances were, passed confirming
assessments, These wero for sidewalk
extensions 72 and 2, on tho north side
of North Temple street, betwnon State
and East Temple streets, and on the west
sldo of Stato srtect. between North Tem
plo and First North strcetw. In sidewalk
districts Nos. 19 and 27, and on both sides
of McClelland avenue, from First South
street to Socond South street. In sidewalk
district No. 23. 1
It was announced that there will bo a
meeting of the water commltteo on
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock to hear
the propositions of the owners of tho
lakes up Cottonwood canyon.
Tho Council adjourned until Tuesday
Central Coal (ft Coke Company, sole
retallerw Rock Springs "Peacock" coal;
lump, nut, slack. Offices, 142 Main
street (temporary), 'Phone SIS. 6G
West 2nd South, 'Phone SOS. Yard, 5th
South and 3rd West.
"Wall Paper Clearance Salq.
Wo are closing out at reduced prices
our odde and enda of all kinds, and now
is your opportunity of getting srtyllsh
decorated rooms at a low cost.
yr. a. duvaltj.
f .Both, 'phonea, . 124 .W. 2nd Sp,
V r ' 1 ' ' "J "3- -i
But Colored People "Will Observe
Emancipation Day in Grand
Celobratlon of Emancipation day by tho
colored residents of the city, on account
of tho Republican County convention
having been set for the 22d, has been
postponed until Septombor 27. It is pur
posed to have on that day tho greatest
celebration of Abraham Lincoln's impor
tant act that has over been hold in bait
Lako. Thero will bo a parade In tho
forenoon, a programme of speaking, sing
ing and recitations, to b hold In Feder
ation hall In tho afternoon, and a grand
ball at tho same placo In tho ovenlng.
Features of tho parado will bo an 1m
monso jtailyho tilled with colored school
Children, members of thq Ladles Pro
gressive club and tho Booker T. Waohing
ton Culturo clubln carriages, and floats
representing the progress of tho colored
raco sinco Its emancipation. Thoro will
also bo an emancipation queen, the per
son who Is to fill this position being
chosen by a voting contest, which is to
closo next Saturday night. The contest
ants aro Mrs, W. D. Powell, Mrs. llolloy,
Miss Edith Williams, Miss Alllo Allison,
Miss Sarah Barnott, Mlso Edwards and
Miss Slgnora Benjamin. A dozen hand
s'omo prizes will bo given away at tho
Officers who havo tho affair In charge
aro II. H. Voss, marshal of tho parado;
W. W. Taylor, orator of tho day; P. H.
Robinson, chairman of tho celebration.
ADDRESSED THE STUDENTS.
General Convocation of the Universi
ty Attendants Held Yesterday.
Yesterday, for tho first tlmo during tho
present school year, tho students at tho
unlvorslty met In a gonoral student -body
to bo instructed In the rules and regula
tions of tho school. In tho absence of
President Kingsbury tho meeting was
presided over by Dr. Merrill, who wel
comed tho students In behalf of the fac
ulty back to the school. Ho cautioned
tho students against excesses and urged
them to do tholr part as members of tho
school In supporting all of its Institutions.
He especially advocated that the studcnUj
pay duo altontlon to their athletic train-1
lug and held It to bo their duty to sup
port Coach Maddock and tho football
Tho editor of tho Chronicle thon made a
vigorous speech urging tho students not
only to support. tho paper, but to patron
ize Its advertisers. Durlnp the afternoon
forty now students subscribed for tho pa
per and beforo another week overy stu
dent In tho school will havo done like
wise. Coach Maddock was then called. for and,
amid shouts and cheers, he look tho
stand and made a short but enthusiastic
address to the students. Ho urged all
tho big fellows to get out and assist In
making a good team and a winning team.
FRAV10LA IS GAME.
Will Continue to Loop-the-Loop,
Fravlola, the (loop artist, who was
Injured during a performance at the Salt
Palace Tuesday night, was able to leave
her room yesterdny, and she gamely as
serts that she will continue making her
perilous ride9. The womnn bore numer
ous cuts and bruises that testified
to the severe fall she received, but she
wao able to go on again last night.
"Happy" Zarrow. Fravlola's husband,
and a famous loop rider, has contracted
a "leap-the-gap"' apparatus at the Salt
Palace, and from now on will give ex
hibitions. Zarrow became famous sev
eral years ago by riding a bicycle down
the White House steps at Washington,
Mrs. "Workman Laid to Rest.
At tho Thirteenth ward assembly room
lmpredslvo funeral services were held
over the remains of Mrs. Sarah E. Work
man, wife of Capt. W. G. Workman, who,
for so many years has been connected
with the fire department of this city,
Tuesday afternoon. Tho services wero
coiducted by Counselor Charles A. John
son of the Thirteenth ward bishopric.
Tho music was appropriate to tho occa
sion and was feelingly rendered. Tho
opening selection was "I Need Theo
Every Hour" by tho ward choir. Prof.
Charles Kent sang "Somo Sweet Day,
Bye and Bye." Miss Lottie Owon sang
the solo, "Rest for the Weary." Mr. Jo
seph Poll rendered "The Beautiful City."
Tho closing piece was a quartetto cbm
posed of Messrs. Joseph Poll and Alvln
C. Owen Miss Lottlo Owen and Mrs.
Maria Winder. Impressive and consoling
remarks, all testifying to tho worth of
the deceased, were made b3" James Pea
cock, Reuben Simpson. James White,
Malcolm L. Butler. James Devlnc, A.
Milton Musser and Charles A. Johnson,
At tho conclusion of tho services tho
funeral procession was formed and pro
ceeded to the City cemetery, whore tho
duartotte sang "We Shall Meet Beyond
tho River," after which all that was mor
tal of Sarah E. Lyon Workman was con
signed to Mother earth Reuben Simp
son dedicated tho grave.
The floral offerings were numerous and
elaborate, tho principal pieces being a
maltcso cross from tho flro department,
a crescent and star from tho telephone
employees, a large wreath from tho A. O
U. W. and a broken wheel from tho family.
Lecturo on Sweden.
Dr. P. P. Waldenstrom, the noted Swed
ish clergyman, will lecturo In tho Swed
ish Luthoran church tonight on "Sweden."
I. O. O. F. Funeral Notice.
Officers and members . of Salt Lako
lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F, aro requested
to attend tho funeral of Mrs. Mary A
Wilson, wlfo of Andrew J. Wilson and
sister of John W, Sugden, Friday,' Sop
tember 23, 1901, at 2 p. m , at the resi
dence, No. S77 W. 1st So. st. Visiting
brothers and Rebekahs Invited.
s. r. Mcdonald, n.- g
:; ...AMUSEMENTS... j
"For Hor Sake," a Russian drama, will
be presented at the Grand tonight.
The salo for "The Tenderfoot," which
will be at tho Salt Lake Theater next
Monday and Tuesday nights, 'begins to
morrow. The announcement has been mado that
an autumn season of grand opera, with
a full company frbm tho San Carlo The
ater. Naples, will bo given at the Covcnt
Garden, and it appears that Miss Alice
Nlolsen will be tho chief soprano of tho
company, says a London dispatch.
Ono of Miss Nielsen's moat ambitious
efforts will bo mado In ono of Puccini's
operas. "La Bohemo," In which sho will
sing the exacting rolo of Mlml PInson
Sho will also undortake tho parts of
VIolotto In "Traviata." Gllda in "Rlgolet
to" and Rosini In tho "Barber of Se
ville." Much interest Is takon gcnorally
In tho undertaking-, for London has not
had an autumn season of 'opera for ten
years past, when tho lato sir Augustus
Harris madfr tho attempt
t-J ' u
Ml May fSave
Attorney Gives Mrs. Fitzgerald's
Sido of Controversy in tho
Attorney Will F. Wanlcsa, who Is look
ing after tho Interests of Mrs. Ida Fitz
gerald In her suit against Mrs. Josephlno
Allcock, pronounces tho defendant's story
that she turned over a deed to hor prop
erty without receiving tho money from
Mrs. Fitzgerald, absurd.
"Wo can show," said Mr. Wanlcss yes
terday, "that Mrs, Fitzgerald had posses
sion of tho place for ten days and that
there was tho best of feeling botween hor
and Mrs. Allcock. Why, Mrs. Allcock
evon gave her daughter Marie Into Mrs.
Fitzgerald's keeping, and the child was
sent to school as 'Mario Fltzgornld.' Wo
will show where Mrs. Fitzgerald got tho
money and that It was paid over to Mrs.
"Tho' fact Is that a wiser head suggest
ed tho scheme by which the defendant
proposes to sell her houso and keep It,
too. We are now getting to the bottom
of tbo scheme and -.thoro will be somo
sonsatlonal developments beforo tho caso
Cases Set for Today.
-f- Division No. 1 Judgo Hall. -f
-f Mabel Hass Hughes vs. David -f
-f Division No. 2 Judgo Morso.
-j- Division No. 2 Judgo Stewart.
-f C. A Nichols vs. Dally Reporter -j-
-H Mrs. W. R. Smith vs. Henry J.
Division No. 3 Judge Lewis.
-f H. Christcnsen vs. David Reed -f-
et al. '
CITX COURT. -f-
4- Civil Division Judgo Tanner. 4-
-f No court. --
4- 4- 4- -M-M-; 4-
"Wife Fears for Her Life.
Ethel Harrington nsks for a divorce
from Fred Harrington on tho grounds
of cruelty and falluro to support. Sho
alleges that on September 0 the defend
ant threatened to kill her and called hor
hnrsh names. She says also that at vari
ous tlmca ho has used thrcdtenfng lan
guage toward her. For tho last five
months, Mrs. Harrington complains, sho
has been sick and compelled to go to a
hospital In Salt Lako and pay her own
expenses with tho help of her parents.
Sho asks for a decree of divorce and ali
mony. They wero married at Morrison,
111., on August 25, 1900.
Libel Suit Is Re-Tried.
Nichols vs. Dally Reporter company Is
now having Its second hearing bofore a
Jury In Judgo Stewart's court. This Is a
libel suit brought by the plaintiff to re
cover 53000 damaccs. He got a verdict
for $1000 in the first trial.
The defendant company was charged
with having printed libelous statements
on cards Issued by tho company and
circulated among tho members of tho
Typographical union at the tlnie when
Nichols was a candldato for the office
of delegate to the national convention of
his union In Washington, D. C. Tho de
fondant mado a motion for a now trial,
which was granted and this Is now In
Mayberry Hearing Postponed.
Tho unavoidable absence of Drs. Odell
and Mayo from the Mayberry Insanity
hearing, which was to havo been held
bofore Judge Morso In tho Third District
court Inst evening, resulted In a post
ponement of the caso until next Mon
day night, September 26.
Mrs. Mayberry was present and ap
peared to be perfectly composed and
sano. Whon asked by her attornoys if
she favored an adjournment to tho said
dato, she replied: "It Is Immaterial to
A largo number of witnesses wero pres
ent, and many others who are Interested
in tho case. Thoy waited patiently for
nearly an hour and were visibly disap
pointed when tho court announced that It
wns too lato to undertake a hearing, and
suggested an adjournment.
Tho Jury In tho case of Honry M. Pear
son vs. John Howo failed to agree dn a
verdict, and was dismissed at 5 o'clock
last evening, by Judge Morso, .with In
structions to report this morning. The
suit Is for JC0, alleged to bo duo as com
mission on a real estate deal.
Tho Central Coal & Coko company of
Missouri filed a complaint yesterday
against tho Young Brothers company
The caso grows out of that of Oldham vs
loung Brothers and concerns the samo
premises, at iS Main street.
The Jury In tho case of Kunkel vs.
Utah Lumber company, which was a6
cuscd by the plaintiff of removing his
house, returned a verdict vesterday In
favor of the defendant.
On tho motion of defendant's attorney
the caso of A. H. Rock ot al., vs. Arthur
Murphy was dismissed yesterday by
Judge Lewis. It was to recover $1S,500
on the ground that Murphy, by false
representations, had Induced tho plnlntlffs
to convey to him certain mining claims.
They said that he had told them he was
going to organlzo a company to work
the claims, that ho had not done so and
had no Intention of carrying out his
promises. The caso was dismissed on the
ground of no cause o action.
Owing to tho Ropubllcan county con
vention thero will bo no session of the
civil division of tho city court until next
Expert piano tuner and repairer P o
box 905. 'Phone Cnrstensen & Anson
EXCURSIONS EAST ,
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return 5.J2 50
Chicago and return " 4750
Chicago and return via St. Louis!! 4760
SL Louis and return via Chicago 4S 75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
oaS W?!V See aeents for particulars.
City Ticket Ofllce 201 Main St.
Shirt "Waist Sale.
J3.00 on the $1.00 In Green Trading
stamps given with each purchase of a
silk, mohair, O.xford, zyphyr and lawn
waists. Prices cut in half; $1.00 v no
g.0 $4.00 and $5.00 each.' Vale Sep
2Gth and week. 1
R. K. THOMAS DRY GOODS CO.
. Corner Third South and ptato.
The management of the Hotel Halle,
announce the completion of New An-'
nex, which will allow the accommoda
tion of many more guests. The hottl
has been renovated throughout. Rooms
single and cn suite. American and Eu!
ropegn, Inquire- for rater .
Master Dy Jj
Landladies and Mis3J
Played Ping pongl
"Mother Rescued Bet OffsnJffi
Orphans' Homo ajM
It Is surprising what Irof;
baby boy can occailoa
had adapted himself i0 th 7 '
of tho SL Ann's orphana $
enjoyment, and was allov.lnciv
to become a thing 0f the
lack of compunction which ct."
childhood. Eva Dye ap?
her offspring, and protest htr
of any deslro to desert tho
Not only was she Indlgnaat fc
suspicious. "It's simply a' j
adopt my child away froai J?
Had an Interesting
It seems to bo a case ot S,
about nothing." Tho little m
years old, who is tho centra
an nterestlng time while It k
mother has beon selling rellrfiT
tlons for some time in an 5
or icss unsuccessful, t0 nabiM
the pamphlets being Ihcso 1L
rollgious order of street chmM
Life Boat." When this
In sufficient returns, sha wajij
tho Salvation Army, whocc-rt
has frequently attended. Frta
counts the woman had littt ,
and lc3 food u
Last Monday she procured s.
ns nurse for a woman, and. W
youns baby with airs. El f
door to the Sanitarium on
where she has beon rooming fort
two weeks, sho went outlotir
seoms she asked Mrs. RrantsS
child about half an hour. orea
understood, and when the Etfi
no appearance at the end of 3
Mrs. Ryan lccamo alarmed, a
another hour, and then dedw't
for tho mother. ' "
Offered to Keep It
Sho had heard that Era Djt 1
room at tho Main street rccst
There sho went, and leairadita
Williams, daughter of tfa pxms
Williams, that the mother ht&a
there. Across tho hall ca ttr
fioor, is tho Salt Lako Mlsiin
tor for the Poor, presided ow h
Andrews and wife. Mrs. Atdrtni
to caro for tho child until Ja
came back, or ovea to keep (torsi
Leaving the boy In the claw
Ryan took tho car to Uw raidi
Bishop Scanlan, whore she oxlS
fears that something had hffs
tho mother of the boy He tiri
to go back and get the chttiia
him until the next clay and liuj
mother mado no appcaraaci, !'
givo her a note to the St Am'h
ago. where the child would t a
until the return of tho mothi:. 1
Fitted "With New Clotihj
In tho meantlmo. Mrs. Andrtn!
ken tho child to tho shops vhn
hearing tho pitiful talc of tit &
of tho Infant, the kind hearuJ-'
kcepors had fitted hlra Trlth cte
child really needed tne:a,sotkS
this case did somo good, 6vecL'8
of the entire truth, ea tt &
returned to Mrs Ryan, ska
prised at his changed appearua.
tho child needed the thlcu
sho said. i
According to accounts, the Kti
broken-hearted over the puMidT
affair. She disliked accepting rial
help. "She's too proud." said
"It almost killed hor to hsTf
think she would desert the pi
camo back after twenty-four sw
sho was fearful that sora4 om rt
adopt tho boy. If the mlsiM 1 "
has done an thing for ber, Itta
looks bv the paper like tr a
child for several days, but thtya
It a few hours. She Is pretty sw
child, although I think It a
enough clothes, and she U too pj
accept anv. She told me she ra
her llfo for tho boy."
"Tho child ought to.,1 P1?
from her. anyhow. salu I Mia
"sh; doesn't treat it right las
abuses It. but It isn'.t true ik3
sorting It. The mission has glrs!
Impression " j
And Mrs. Andrews of the a&
that she Is trying to help tt-j
who. seems to bo In a destltu
In tho meantime, strcaras "
hearted women aro cllmblnf
at the mission with the
or finding a home for the supN
pnken child. Eva Dye told w
to tho Salvation Army, a
are endeavoring to got tho ston,
ened out Tho commotion u
quarters has not yet died. WJ ?
it. will soon, and tho bab j
memory left of the day
posed desertion caused a seas-
. AN UNCLAIMED CROJ
Police Think Brown Hns
Cannot Locate It ;
Efforts mado by the police J
an escaped convict tho W
day made such a uPSttt f
cape from Patrolman Jai
far proved unsucctesM"
doubt that the name of Jor
en by him. Is an alto aw
littlo doubt that he b a ' i4rt
his utter disregard of tnc
going to show that he , nn fc s
arrest almost worse tha""1 tt
bears: quite a rcsnblance
of ono of tho convicts i w g
San Quontln. but he d f iD0(i
tho description He is oflUt
arms and on various pan
that he should bo compa re
Identify If ho -has 1 been n
tho design of a cross '
length tattooed on hisj .m.
CUT RATES TO THE E!
FurniBhcd by Grosbell s .
Until further notice ,
eastbound excursion f y
reduced rates. Egi!5j
221 Main SL .HEli
YEARS. F. H. GRUV- j
Tuesday. Wednesday an "i
The Paris Milliners Ce. j