Newspaper Page Text
I SHIT AGAINST
I BagsJiaw Estate Asks
I for Damages,
Case Grows Out of the Ac
cidental Death of a
Hj Plaintiff Alleges That tlio Catas
trophe "Was Caused by Defective
Suit fcr $10,00Cr damages on account of
the death of Frederick Bagshaw, who was
killed on May 29. 1901. by an elevator ac
cldcnt In tho Dooly block, was brought In
tho District court yesterday against tho
Dooly block, a oorioratlon, by Harriott
Russell, administratrix of the estate of
"Was Night Watchman.
Bagshaw was employed as nlghtwatch
man In the Dooly block. It was his cus
torn at about hourly Intervals during the
night to ascend to th top lloor of tho
building. In tho west elevntor. then to
make a toi.r of the building on foot from
top to bottom, after having sen6 the cage
to tho basement. About 5 o'clock on the
morning of May 29 he ascended In the ele
valor to mako one of these regular tours
k of Inspection. He was accompanied by
Janitor Found the Body.
"When the elevator reached the top floor
i tho Janitor left tho elevator and started
to another part of the building. He had
gone only a few steps 'when he was at
tracted by a noise as of a body falling In
tho elevator cage. He turned to find that
Bagsbaw was not on tho floor, but that
the cage had descended and thnt tho door
to the shaft was open. He descended to
tho basement, to find Bagshaw's body ly
lng on the floor of the cage, his head and
shoulders badly crushed and bruised.
Caught by the Cage.
Tt was presumed that Bagshaw started
tho cage downward at the same llmo thnt
he attempted to step out on tho top floor,
that he miscalculated tho speed at which
he was descending and his head was
caught between the lattice work at the
top of the cage entrance and the edge of
tho lloor. crushing his head, and his body
then dropped to the iloor of tho cage.
Defective Machinery Alleged.
The complaint filed in the suit for dam
j ages alleges that the accident was caused
by the machinery and appliances con-
nected with the elevator having been do
j fectlve, faulty and out of repair, by reas-
on of which the elevator fell without fault
on the part of tho operator.
I SUES HER FATHER-IN-LAW.
2&.IS. Smith Says He Promised Her a
House and Lot.
Because Dr. Henry J. Smith attempted
to act the part of peacemaker between
his son, W. R. Smith, and the son's young
wife, who had sued him for divorce, the
doctor is himself defendant in a suit for
the recovery of J5000. with his daughler-ln-Iaw
as plaintiff. The case was on trial
yesterday before a jury in Judge Mortio'ts
court, and it promises to bo a long-drawn
Mrs. W R. Smith alleges that her father-in-law
promised her that if sho would
drop tho divorce proceedings against her
husband and resume marital relations
with him, he would provide her a homo
either In Salt Lake City or Murray. She
further alleges that sho performed her
part of the arrangement and that tho
elder Smith has ever since failed and re
fused to keep liLs promise In .regard to tho
home Sho accordingly asks the court to
render judgment In her favor for tho
amount which sho considers tho reasona
ble value, of a good home!'
The defense will hold that Inasmuch as
there was no agreement In writing con
cerning the transaction, which Involves
tho transfer of real estate, the alleged
verbal agreement would not be binding
upon cither of the parties.
The divorce suit brought by Mrs. Smith
against her hu?band way very sensational
In tho character of the allegations mado,
Ihr wife having charged, among other
thing, that her husband committed a
criminal assault upon her eight-year-old
I Mrs. Despain Asks Alimony.
That Frank P. Despain Is "lazy, shift
less and Indifferent," and although able
bodied and capable of earning a good liv
ing lor himself and family, has utterly
failed to provide for them in any way, Is
tho ground given by Margaret B. Despain
for releasing her from matrimonial tics.
Mr and Mrs. Despain were married in
November, 1J97, and have three children,
C'hurlcB Darrell. Clifford Frank and Irene
Murgcry. tho custody of whom Is asked
by the plaintiff. The defendant Is alleged
to own an Interest in part of section 12,
township 3 south of range 1 cast, and the
defendant demands' alimony, both tem
porary and permanent, and such other
relief aa the court may deem It equitable
Decree of foreclosure of mortgage was
rendered by Judge Hall In the case of
Walter Bryant against Sarah A. West Ct
al , the amount of the Judgment being J552,
The case as against the other defendants
" v.qh dismissed.
In tho suit of Etta Pepin versus Alfred
Pepin, tiled In the District' court yester
day, the plaintiff asks that tho bonds of
matrimony be dissolved and that she bo
restored to her maiden name of Etta Cra
mer. The couple were married on Febru
ary L, J9C0. and tho defendant when last
heard from was In Denver. Failure to
provide Is tho ground given ' for applica
tion for divorce.
Decree for divorce In tho case of Hllma
Clays versus Mark H. Clays was signed
yesterday by Judge William C. Hall.
Tho will of Henry Reiser, deceased, was
admitted to probate' yesterday by Judge
Hall Albert Reiser. Margaritte V. B.
A money challenge
A money challenge
A money challenge
A money challenge
B Your crccrr returns ycur mosey If you don't lilea
H fcchilliDc't Uut,
larch in Parade
Chief Public Feature of Meeting of
Sovereign Grand Lodge in Snn
Francisco Takes Place.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept, S.-Tho Odd
Fellows' parade, tho chief public featilro
of the week's colcbratlon, which has been
coincident with tho meeting of tho sov
ereign grand lodge, took place today.
The lino was composed of fourteen di
visions and included many floats of at
tractive design. At the head of the col
umn was a platoon of mounted police,
followed by a detachment ft tho patri
archs militant, acting aa an escort to
Grand Slro John B. Goodwin and other
officers and representatives of the sov
ereign grand lodge. Then camo n strong
body of patriarchs militant, (indor com-v
mnnd of Gen. M. A. Ranoy. tho mem
bers of vJsltlng California cantons being
commanded by Brlg.-Gon. II. O. Brower.
There wcro tnreo regiments which vied
with each other In soldierly appearance
and precision of movement.
Features of tho Parade.
A iloat containing fifty Inmates of tho
Odd Fellows' orphan home attracted
much attention. Prominent features of
the parado wore drill corps from several
encampments and Rebekah lodges, whoso
lutrlcato evolutions wero loudly ap
plauded. The parade was reviewed In
front of the city hall by Grand Slro Good
win and other officers of the sovereign
grand lodge and tho grand encampment.
After the procession disbanded tho sov
ereign grand lodge convened In Nativo
S0119' hall and tin grand encampment of
California met In tho Odd Fe!low3' build
ing. Marcher Falls Dead.
As the parado was passing along Van
Ness avenue, E. A. Bauber, one of tho
marching men, dropped dead, presumably
of heart disease. He was a paymaster's
clerk at tho Mare Island navy yard and
resided at Vallejo.
Backache Is a kidney ache.
Kidneys aren't taking the poison out
of the blood.
Doan's Kidney Pills strengthen the
kidneys, help them to do their work
IRISH RACE DYING,
So Declares John Redmond, tho Irish
CHICAGO, Sept. 23. To an audience
of his countrymen that filled every seat
In the auditorium Jonn E. Redmond,
Irish Nationalist, uttered this warning:
"Our race is slipping from Its moor
ingsIt la dying. If we are passive and
inactive, Ireland will cease to be the
home of the Celt. There are more old
men and little children and fewer young
men and women In that island than In
any other country on earth. The death
of the, race can only be warded off by
acting in the living present. We must
not neglect an opportunity." ,
Then he made this prediction:
"Wc shall seize our opportunities. Ee
fore the oldest man In this audience Is
deadIreland will have won a good mea
sure of self-government."
Mr. Redmond declared he wanted to
take back to Ireland with him 550,000
subscribed by Irish-Americans, Fol
lowing his plea Chairman John F. Fin
erty announced that sympathetic Chi
cago Irishmen already had subscribed
Resolutions were adopted declaring
that the certain fixed and positive de
mand of the Irish people Is and for
ever shall be "Home rule for Ireland."
It was explained that by "home rule"
was meant the vdatlng of the govern
ment of Ireland In a parliament assem
bled upon the soil of Ireland independ
ent of alien Influences.
AUTUMN LEAF EXCURSION
To Ogden, Sunday, Sept. 25.
A delightful trip through fruit-laden
orchards and the beautiful Ogden can
yon, which just at this time appears
at Its best. Special train leaves Salt
Lake 9:30 a. m. Returning, leaves Og
den,! S 00 p. m. Bicycles checked free.
Everybody invited. First-class meals at
the Hermitage. Fare to Ogden and re
turn 51.00. Stage up the canyon 40 cents.
Hade Idle by Fire.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 23. Fire in the Cnr
tlan Pepper Tobacco company's factory
today resulted in the destruction of prac
tically all the stock, oamapV tho oulldlng
and endangered the lives or chc 500 em
ployees. Loss, $CO,0C0. mostly by water.
LAST YELLOWSTONE EXCURSION
Via O. S. Li. Round trip only $49.50.
This rate covers all necessary rail and
stage transportation, and hotel expenses
beyond Monlda for seven days tour. See
agents for further particulars. City
Ticket Office, 201 Main St.
Central Coal & Coke Company, sole
retailers Rock Springs "Peacock" coal;
lump, nut, slack. OfTlces, 142 Main
street (temporary), 'Phone 81S, C6
West 2nd South, 'Phone SOS. Yard, 5th
South ancT 3rd West.
DEPUTY SHOT IN RIOT.
Strikers and Employees in Steel Mill
in a Fight.
PITTSBURG, Pa., Sept. 23. G. W.
Fldlar, a deputy, guarding the property
of the Pittsburg Steel company's plant
at Glassport, Pa,, was fatally shot In a
riot which broke out between twenty
live strikers and the same number of
men employed In the mill, and depu
ties. William Stewart and George Carl,
nonc-unlon men, employed In the plant,
were badly beaten with clubs and
stones before they were able to get ln
nlde the mill. There was an exchange
of from twenty-five to forty shots be
fore the deputies succeeded In scatter
ing the strikers.
The strike has been In progress for
several months, and trouble has arisen
a number of times.
Reiser and A G. Giaunuc were appointed
executors , without bonds, as provided in
tho will. Tho estate Is valued at ISOO0.
' Judgment by default for $1COO wan en
tered by Judge Hall In favor of the plain
tiff In the caso of Frank Hyde against tho
Park City Gold and Copper Mining com
pany. The action was brought to Tccpvor
on a promissory note.
Suit to quiet title to lot 1. block 2. Park
Place addition, was brought in the Dis
trict court by Roy Jones against David
You can never forget the
flavor. TREE TE:A has been
the popular flavor for years
r j R
T MMWl I T
U I IMPORTED BY bl
E : RlBiDISIBfcP p
A lkHA J) J Pi
GUNN RETAINS HiS FAT.
Regardless, However, Ho Must Pay
S20O Anti-Fat Cure.
CHICAGO. Sept. 2',. In spite of the
fact that he has gained In weight In
stead of getting thin, W. E. Gunn-must
pay 5200 to a "fat cure" company. Jus
tice Grant has told hlin he must meet
a promissory noto which he had given
to a "natural development system"
company several months ago in the
fond hope that he could by following its
course of treatment become a rlVal of
tho famed Hercules.
air. Gunn is large and fat. He tips
the scales at 2C5 pounds. During tho
warm weather of early June he thought
he would feel better If ho could loso
,some of his extra weight, and acquire
brawn in Its place. Seeing an adver
tisement In a newspaper, he decided to
test the system of a particular flesh
cure corporation which claimed to turn
out a Hercules offhand. To pay for
this treatment he signed a note for $200
and then started to follow Instructions.
At the end of a month he began to
doubt the truth of the development
company's claims. During the time he
had been under treatment he had
gained twelve pounds Jn weight, and
when he looked in the mirror he began
to wonder what Hercules did 'look like.
If Hercules looked like that, he thought,
he did not want to resemble him. Fi
nally he became disgusted and gave up
the treatment, notifying his medical
advisers that they might as well tear
up his note, for he was not going to
Legal proceedings followed, and then
Mr. Gunn was ordered by the court to
meet the note.
"I don't mind losing the money," he
said, "but I did want to look like Hercules."
READ IT! READ IT! READ IT!
Those people living away from the
railroads in the Rocky mountains and
at great distances from Utah through
out the United States, who are Inter
ested in the exciting and history
making, anti-church domination cam
paign now under way in Mormon lands,
should subscribe for The Bait Lake
Semi-Weekly Tribune, at 51.60 per
year In advance.
EXCURSION TO OGDEN.
Via D. & B. G., Sunday, Sept. 25.
Fare 51.00 for the round trip. Special
train leaves Salt Lake 9.30 a. m. Re
turning, leaves Ogden S:00 p. m. Last
outing of the season. Everybody Invited.
Bicycles checked free. Fine road up tho
canyon for wheeling. First-class meals
at the Hermitage.
Rock Springs "Peacock"' Coal; lump,
nut, slack. Sold only by Central Coal &
.Coke Company. OfTlces, 112 Main street
(temporary). 'Phone. SIS: GC West 2nd
South, 'Phpne SOS. Yard 5th South and
Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf bear3
our label with tho crown. At all
grocers and nrst-class restaurants.
HAS HEAVY LIABILITIES.
Aultman Company at Canton Owes at
Least SI, 500,000.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 23.-Col. J.J. Sul
livan, president of tho Central National
bank of this city, who has been appointed
receiver of the Aultman company of Can
ton, O., cxtenslvo agricultural machinery
manufacturers, Teft for the latter city
yesterdav to take chargo rd the big plant.
It Is seated that tho liabilities of tho
Aultman company anj not less than 51,500,
000. Tho present trouble Is said to be duo
to the failure of the Cedar Rapids Supply
company of Cedar Rapids, la., recently.
Tho Iowa concern, according to the peti
tion. Is a largo creditor of tho Aultman
The failure of the Arctic Machine com
pany of Akron. O., with liabilities aggre
gating about S500.000, is said to havo re
sulted from the financial trouble of the
Aultman company. Tho latter concern
manufactured the machinery handled by
the Arctic company.
Would Have Strong Defense Fund.
CINCINNATI. Sept. 23. Tho various
committees having under consideration
for tho past four days the revision of the
constitution and rules of the International
Union of Carriage and Wagon-Workers,
reported to the seventh annual conven
tion today. Some of the more Important
changes provide for the creation . of a
strong defense fund; the -request for day
wages Instead of the piece price plan, and
lh establishment of a shorter work day.
American Steamer Seized.
VANCOUVER. B. C, Sept. 23. The
American steamer Alert of Bclllngham
and two largo scows, one of them loaded
with salmon and S100O worth of nets, wero
seized at Oyster creek. Vancouver Island,
by tho RUth, a Dominion Government
fisheries protection sloamqr Tho value of
the property seized Is about $15,001 Tho
authorities claim that the American boat
was poaching on fisheries.
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23.-Today'
statement of the treasury balances In the
general fund, exclusive of tho S130.O0O.0OC
In tho division of redemption, shows
Available cash balanco, $140,110,150, gold,
: M6 Main 5t.g-
Ostrich Plumes, ,
I Ribbons, Velvet
! ar the strong features this season
! OUR OSTRICH STOCK vns contracted for prior to the advance j
1 of 15 per cent to 20 per cent that occurred in April.
, RIBBONS! Whole hats aro made of them. Paris and Now York
; milliners are now using them more extensively than they have Spr
' many yenrs past.
r VELVETS in the light chiffon and Paeon effects, mako not only j
the hat but whole costume.
We are direct importers of theso goods. Bought them low when
: they wore at a standstill on the market.
Our customers receive the benoflt of this "lucky buying."
'As a 0
thero's nothing better Invigorating,
healthful, betiollcial. Women especially
THE BEEP, YOU LIKE.
a most wonderful tonic One or two
Tlossfuls each day will assist materially
In regaining lost strength. For convales
cents nothing equals it. Reputable phy
slclana Invariably rocommend Its uso In
Better order a case quarts or pints
Ono trlil convinces.
Adam Snydex, Agt, 276 S. Itlain St.
Fred KrugBreiving (Eo.
Omaha's Model Brewery,
Telcphono 1061 Y. SALT LAKE
is especially valuable during the sum
mer 6eason, when outdoor occupations
and sports are most in order.
GRASS STAINS, MUD STAlNS and
yield to it, and it 13 particularly agree
able when used in the bath after vio
ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
vAiutviYjkMfjMii ii 1 mi 11 1 mill 11 mil
Neldeii-Judson Drug Co
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. ?
CIGARS A SPECIALTY. ?
IPOSTOFFICE BOS 370. i
' Edw. C Smith, President.
John P. Cobb, Vice-President and t
F. L. Pearl, Secretary.
II. A. Knowlcs, Treasurer. g
tfijj'jJim.Mi YOUNG. MIDDLE
S rW5r M AGED AND ELDEIl
a S 1 i LY. If you are ooxual-
Pi 1 i FSa 1 IV weak, no matter
S I I Era V from what cause; un
Fl Rn 1 ft - developed; have otrlc
WissiKaES ture. varicocele, otc,
MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro
you No drug3 or electricity; 750,000 cured
and devolopecL 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
freo booklot Sent 3oalcd. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmet, 1113 Tabor
block. IDenvcr. Colo.
I Astonish- I
jj Is aroused at once when
one sees our stock of !jj
J rings. I
I There aro over two thou- j
c sand, and we can fit any Jf
Ij finger and purse. '
I THE LAST OF I
And yet some of you .
I haven't bought "That
' Good Coal." You'll want 5,
jg it in a hurry some of i
I theso days.
' BAMBERGER I
I 161 MEIGHN ST.
I u-s-A- 1
Scott's Santai -Pepsin Gapsuls,
ft POSITIVE CURE
SXK '! the UlCHUor and DlMucd Kid
1 tiers. HO CURE HO PAT. Cam
IXiiJi?; V Hiqulckly bd permanently tbr
ri'A fJlTroret cateo of Gonorrhoea
kfyt Jgrs nand Glevt, no mttcr of hoc
vVtTS&Pv r lonff standing. Absolutely
jw?t3&,I liarmlcM Sold by drusiristf
?fe f Vrlco ?1.(0. or by mall, pest-
mmdM SAHTAL-PEPSIN CO
yfs BclleJootflloo. Ohio
J II ILL DRUG CO , Salt Lake City
i No Other Store Gives ValuesSuchisOurZ ThaTparnTo to
s larity. Read on and Benefit Your Purse. M "
LHST DRY OF TH:
E? "Worth of S. & H. Trading Stamps (U -d
aOU With Each Cash Purchase of . j5 iLOlftj!
' When you get these stamps you get cash. They are worth moneJJp
I you, and there are millions back of them. Sperry & Hutchinson jfBJ
i Now York City) stamps are" known all over the United States and reKt
. sent the highest forms of premiums obtainable. AU over the country peoMit)
1 are clamoring for these stamps, and hero they are brought to your iXtl
door for the asking.
! Prices Lowered for ThSs Special Salejl
A big collection of 10c, 12Ve, and 15c line Swiss handkojhlefs
with lace corners, fancy embroidered corners, and all lace
trimmed edges, all hemstitched and well Jlnlshed, for Saturday.. OV
SILK NBeKTSEsT Jpj
The latest long silk string four-ln-hnnds, to be used with the J Em?"
j new turn-overs, regular price 25c, Just in, Saturday only lljBej
HOSIERY SPIHL, " if
Ladles' heavy cotton ribbed 'top hose, for fall wear, made of" CfijBa
combed yarn with double heels and toes, regular 20p grade .JajK
Men's fine Maco yarn black half hose that sell regularly ntTj
20c per pair loB
NEW TURPS-OVERS. jp
Beautifully embroidered buttonhole turn-over collars, fresh Bb
shipment Just received, 35c and 50c qualities, for rftj
, Special Sale of Scarfs and Si!ies.,ffi
Fine cut-out work and embroidered doilies, 6 and 8 inches gmT
square "or round, regular 10c and 15c qualities, for 5."
C 25c embroidered muslin and cut-out work and point do luxe doll-,,,!?!
j ies, 12 inches square, round or fancy pointed patterns, Saturday. -3Bt"
18s54 scarfs and 32x32 shams and table covers, in the new
Swiss muslin, beautifully and heavily embroidered, the 50c kind,
for Saturday, each ' "wi'
j The Grandest Stock of Cfiitdreo's Coajr
I Anywhere in this country; styles and quantities to meet ani
demand. We direct attention to TWO SPECIAL JjjK
I SATURDAY VALUES. Choice of both styles. . -qpiCp
Children's Coats for Children's Coats form
Ages 2, 3, 4, 5- .Ages 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, imz
I Of fancy castor and whlto check Camel's hair 3-4 coat of blt.l
cloth sateen lined and Interlined. brown, green and red. turn-over cCM1
: frii!ScCd,''"lti;nlI.,r-0oV.eorlhCOS fr -a Trent tHuned wUh lrJ'I
braid. These, if they were not straps of cloth, gold and black braK?
I bought nt a special reduction, would and brass buttons. Would sell elsjBw
I sell for 53 95. where for $1.50 1'
WATCH WORK. ENGRAVING
Sr.yA DIAMOND -' ra
fl Wo manufacture everything In H
3 special Jowclry designs, mako over M
i old Jewelry or buy It for old cold.
ffl Keep In stock OpaK Rubles, Dla- .j
a monds, Sapphires, Jewelry, Silver A
i Watches. Chaln.s., Rings, Brooches. u
jj etc. Wato'u luakinK'- A
259 SO. MAIN ST.
Our $20 Suits Arc
1 and cannot bo duplicated for doul!
' tho moncv. They are well trlnum
' and hand-stayed Tho halrclo
: and canvas aro well shrunk uefo
T.VE ARE ORIGINATORS
; of popular-price merchant tailoria
I The WesSerra Tailor
' 1C0 South Main St
I Wo keep all garments madol
us In repair, free of charge, f
I Wine of Carchii was the best medicine for Mrs. Hunter. K
XMMw wh "Wine of Cardui cures disordered menstruation, bearing down K
PyVSSQv Mi pains, leucorrhcea and nervousness. Mr
Isn't that good enough for any woman? B
1 (fcIvf fwO I G t0 your druggist today and call for a bottle of "Wine of Cardui K
'wTyA W v MAQtF and e offers ycm arytrung' else tell him'Wine of Cardui is K
Wt MM )J good enough for you. TaKe the medicine to your home K
Awl InC SAK Kakael' Cal, December 1, 190S.
bJI V fFTull V m Win f Cardui ha3 Provon a reafc blessing to mo. I was in very dclicato health when I
I 7 M I y W oxpected to become a mother, and dreaded tho results, but my mother-in-law advised mo to tako
Ml -JJJy A fti Wne o Cardui, as it had restored her to fine health. I took it for four months before childbirth and
W)i 7 yllEffl found my health improvo day by day. AVhcn, my little daughter camo I had hardly any pain at all, a
Sk ' N. vfW lovely, healthy child, all a iond mother's heart could wish for.
(MP Wine f Cardui rcstorcd mo quickly and within two weeks I was up, feeling better and K
Ja stronger than I had felt for years. I do all my own housework, never feel weary or cross and am H.
no more nervous as I used to bo, and enjoy my borne and family as only a healthy and well K
flf fe1- jrTffjtra woman can. V. K;
M SSP 1 Sivo a11 tho Praisc t0 Wine ot Cardui, for it is the only modicine I took, and although my
lid wl doctor tried to get mo to take other medicine during the timo I laid la
4 I iff fo A Wna. ffl bed after haby camo, I told him that Wine of Cardui was good enough ? 0 K
HIIOvJ for mo and would, tako nothing else. UUk ttt WM
I ' 'Mi