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page twelve THE SAM? LAKE THTBUNE. Tuesday Corning, September 27, ujfl
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IE CHANGED HIS
Clarence Kenney Seeks
Stabbed Mrs. Mary Nicholas
With a Knife on the
22nd of July.
The Charge Was Roduced to Assault
"With Intent to Do Bodily
Clarence Kenney, Iho street car man
who slashed Mrs. Mary Nicholas with a
knlfo on July 22, appeared hoforo JudKC
Louis yesterday nnd changed his pica.
Ho was charged with assault with a dead
ly weapon with lntont to kill, and had
pleaded not guilty, but with tho consent
of tho the District Attorney ho was al
lowed by tho court to chango that plea
to one of guiltv of assault with intent to
do bodllv harm. He will appear before
Judgo Lbwls today at 10 o'clock and bo
1-1 I I I K -I --f-
-f Division No. 1 Judgo Hall.
Tn tho matter cf tho estuto and
4- guardianship of Thomas Bon M-
Brighton ct al., minors.
' Division No. 2 Judge Stowart.
' -f- O, S, L. It. R. company vs. John 4-
4- Ilnlllnc ot al.
4- Division No. 2 Judge Morso. -f
4- Livingston et al. vs. 'B. II. Schlct- 4-
4- tor. 4-
4- Division No. 3 Judgo Lowls.
4- State of Utah vs. Itobcrt Hatch.
4- CITT COURT.
4- Civil Division Judgo Tanner.
4- Boaman vs. Mnrgctts. 4-
4- Lund vs. Moses. 4-
I ALLEGED CRIMINALS PLEAD. '
A Number of Arraignments Before
Judge Lewis at Yesterday's Sitting.
Henry Martin was arraigned before
Judge Lewis In tho Criminal court yester
day on tho charge of grand larceny. He
Is charged with having stolen a watch,
worth $5, from tho person of George Sat
roso on August 20. He entered a plea of
not guilty, and his rasa was continued.
Three others were arraigned In the
Criminal court. In tho caso of the State
vs. Yeagcr, Attorney A. B. Sawyer with
drew from th'e defense, and Sorcn X.
Chrlstensen was entered as the defend
C. B. Farmnn, who Is charged with em-
beaziement. was given until Saturday to
I enter his plea. He stands accused of hnv-
lng embezzled JC0.C0 which belonged to tho
local of tho Cooks and Walters' union In
July, Farman was tho secretary and
trensiirer of the union.
Charles Johnson was the other to bo ar
raigned Ho Is charged with forgery. A
motion to quash the Indictment was mado
by his attorney on tho ground that ho
was not given a preliminary hearing.
Johnson Is accused of having forged the
name of Hans Nllson to a check for 0
on the First National bank of Murray,
and afterward cashing It at the Hub, a
store In Murray.
Tho motion to quash will be heard on
Saturday, and tho defendant was given
' until after that hearing to enter his plea.
I Court Notes.
The Jury In the case of Nichols vs.
Dally Reporter company retired yester
day and will return a sealed verdict this
L. V McPhcrson has brought suit In
the District court to foreclose a mortgngo
on the premises mortgaged to her by
Samuel B Cully and wife. The mortgage
was executed to cover the Indebtedness
on a promissory note given by tho de
fendants, and Joseph W. Tripp and wife,
who clnlm nn Interest In tho premises, are
made parties to the suit. ,
Margaret Davis was granted a divorce
from llownrd Davis by Judgo Hall yes
terday. The cose went by default and
the plaintiff stated that her husband de
serted her two months after they were
it.nrrled and has failed to support her
over since. They were married at Salt4
Lnke City on June 5, 1D02.
F W. Martin was awarded a decree In
Judge Lewis's court yesterday for S-IS.C3
from Wnl. R. WIghtman for electrical
Emily M, Kllpatrlck got a decrco of di
vorce from J. Benjamin Kllpatrlck in
Judge Hall's court yesterday. The
ground "was failure to provide. They
vcro married at Salt Lake City on Janu
ary 3, 1S03, and lived together until six
Judgo Lewis granted Emily F. Gant a.,
decree awarding hor $3,15 damages from
Orson L, H. Houghton. She was also
granted a permanent Injunction restrain
ing Houghton from shutting off tho water
in Washington avenuo and from erecting
any blinds or obstruction In front of
James W. Eardley got Judgment by de
fault yesterday In his suit to recover
60,25 from A. and Gerda M. Anderson.
John W Robinson, who la being sued by
his wife, Hetty Robinson, for a divorce,
was ordered by Judge Hall to pay $-10 a
month temporary alimony and $75 attor
ney's fees pending the hearing of tho
plaintiff s petition for permanent alimony.
In tho caso of John R. Norrls, bank
rupt, Judge Marshall handed down an
opinion yesterday In which he orders
that, tho petition- of the creditor to review
tho order of tho referee be dismissed and
that the petition of the receiver bo al
lowed nnd cause remanded to tho referee
with direction to allow the claim of tho
Mutual Life Insurance company for rent
froih March ISth to May Bth at a rato of
J5 per month
Charles Peterson, a farmer of South
Jordan, filed his petition to bn adjudged
a bankrupt September 25. Hin liabilities
aro stated as $C90G.C5. and hl3 assotH 1509.
Hj bought 'and sold close is our
fl Don't care who knows it.
H Yonr tracer returns your moruy if you don't lit
H Schilling's But.
i Foil Douglas
Target Tiring Will Bo Completed
Thoro This Week Post Im
provements. The additional target practice now
going on at Fort Douglas In order to
complete the records of t.He troops for
the ensuing year will come to a close
this week. Companies 13, F nnd L
have completed their firing, the last
man of F company having llred Satur
day evening; company G went on the
target for practice Monday morning,
and will finish Wednesday, after which
those men of company II who have not
yet fired for record, will go to tho range.
The special target practice has boon
very good, romo excellent records hav
ing been made. After the competition
of the practice firing It Is probable that
work toward tho Improvement of the
range will begin, In order to finish the
work before cold weather sots In.
The buildings and grounds of Fort
Douglas are now undergoing somo
much needed Improvements. The Adju
tant's oltlce is being given a thor
ough overhauling and renovation, the
interior of nil the rooms In thlo building
being cnlclmined and otherwise Im
proved. After the Interior has been re
paired the olllce will be supplied with
new furniture of the latest mddcl, and
when comploto tho Adjutant nnd com
manding officer will have commodious
apartments for tho coming winter
The driveways and sidewalks are be
ing replaced where needed, and several
new fences are being constructed.
Companies F and L will return this
afternoon from their practice, march to
Cottonwood canyon. The organizations
have been out since Monday morning,
and have been given instructions for
servlco In tho field.
Beginning the first: of Octobor It Is
more than probable that the troops at
tho post will lay aside their khaki ser
vlco uniforms to don tho bluo for the
coming winter. It had been tho hope of
the men recently returned from the
Orient that the olive drab would be
Issued them, hut tho new uniform will
not be forthcoming for some little time
yet. The Philippine veterans have al
ready begun to feel tho effects of their
long stay In the Islands on these chilly
nights, and the coming of the heavy
blue uniform Is being hailed with delight.
Burdett's Vanilla Extract
Is the btfst. The grocers know It. In
sist on having Burnett's. It Is for your
food. Pure and wholesome.
JAP TALKS OF WAR.
Employee of Japanese War Depart
ment Stops in Salt Lako City.
K. Iwaya of Toklo, Japan, Is regis
tered at the Grand Pacific. Mr. Iwaya
Is on his way from the fair at St. Louis
to his home, and stopped hero en route,
in order to see the city.
"I came to America this last time
In April," said Mr. Iwaya. "On tho
way over I was accompanied by n
Japanese member of the House of
Lords, who was on his way to Harvard.
Together we made a lour of the coun
try that lasted until July, when I left
him and went to St. Louis, where I
have since been.
"I was at the Japanese exhibits and
building a great part of the time, but
T managed to see much of the fair, and
I think It one of the most wonderful
exhibitions of the world.
"When I return home I shall go back
to my desk In the War department. I
have been on leave In this country
since March, and It Is time I returned
to Jupan. I was educated by my coun
try In America, and I feel that my first
duty is to her.
"Was I here for the Government?
Certainly not. No. sir; I was not here
securing arms or ammunition, al
though your papers in this country
have printed that story about mo many
times. I work In the War, not In the
Oidnunce department, and besides that
fact, Japan can care for her soldiers
and her honor without calling on other
countries to violate the International
"I believe confidently that Japan will
win In her struggle. The Intense
patriotism of her people, her great re
sources, and the friendship of the
world will do much, and I think that
It will not be long before the Czar sues
for peace. Look what we have done
to him so far! Beaten him at every
"Even should our country fall, but
we will not, we will not be crushed. I
formerly objected to the use of the ex
pression 'Yankees of the Orient." but
since my Inst trip I am proud of the
title, you Yankees are the greatest
people on earth."
Mr. Iwaya will leave for San Fran
SICKNESS IS INCREASING.
Typhoid, Scarlot Fever and Diph
theria Reported to Department.
Three cases of typhoid wcro reported to
tho Board of Health yesterday. Ono was
tho Infant daughter of Antonio Bozona.
helper at tho Holy Cross hospital; others
wore Arthur G. James, aged 17, of 1093
Third street; Charles W. Bennett, a tra
veling man staying at the Grand Pacific
One caso of scarlet fever was reported;
Eldred R. Bcckslcnd, aged 1C, son of
Frank Beckstead of 209 South Thirteenth
Two cases of diphtheria: Madeline
Griffs, aged IV years, of No. 3 Bcllovuc
place; Bertie and Irene Sanders, aged C
and 9 respectively, children of W. C. San
ders, 952 Lincoln avenue.
' SMITH GIVES BOND,
Alleged Mail Thief Waived Examina
tion and Is Bound Over.
A. A, Smith waB released pending tho
next session of the United States grand
Jury on $1000 bonds yesterday afternoon.
Smith waived preliminary examination on
tho charge of rilling tho United Slates
mails, and tho bonds were furnished a
short time later. The matter camo up be
fore United States Commissioner Twomey
Smith was arrested Sunday by Postal In
spector Sharp nnd Detectives Raleigh and
Chase. His bonds were signed by B. E.
Cragcr and Walter H. Dayton.
Quick. Justice Overtook
Introduced a "Lady Friend"
Into His Own
When His Socrot Was Out tho Guilty
Pair "Wero Sovoroly and Propor
' ly Punished.
Captured Just on the ovo of olopement
with Georgo Leonard, Annlo Williams
made a confession to Dotectlvo Richard
Shannon Inst ovoning whoso dotallo
sound too strnngo to bo truo. Tho ar
rest was mado aftor tho dotectlvo suc
ceeded In separating tho Injured wlfo
from tho Williams woman and the two
brothers of Mrs. Leonard from tho orr
Ing husband For n tlmo tho Leonard
home, near tho corner of Ninth South
and Third East, was a sccno of swift,
though rough Justice.
Wife Took in Sewing. '
As admitted by tho Williams woman,
nnd corroborated by Mrs. Leonard, this
Is tho story of tho strango llason: Leo
nard Is a plumbor. For thrco weeks ru
ccntly ho was away from homo. Ho told
his wlfo he had been at work at tho
Salt Palace Sho bclloved him. Shan
non subsequently learned that ho had
been occupying a room with Annlo Wil
liams, whllo Mrs. Leonard took In sew
ing to support tho family.
Unablo to longor support tho Williams
woman, Leonard sent nor to his home,
Thoro aho told Mrs. Leonard that her
name was also Leonard that hor hus
band was a cousin of Georgo .Leonard,
and that this husband and sho had quar
reled. Annlo Williams went on to toll
Mrs. Leonard that sho wanted tho good
offices of tho latter's husband to patch
up poaco In hor own domestic difficulty.
So when Leonard camo homo Mrs. Leo
nard Introduced him to Annlo Williams,
little dreaming how well tho two al
ready U'jew ono another.
Offered a Homfe.
After sho had told her story "Mrs.
Leonard" informed hor oslenslblo
cofisln-ln-law that sho must go up town
to get a room.
"Do not do that," said he, "stay with
us." And Annlo Williams accepted tho
Invitation, though with upparent reluc
tance. The real Mrs. .Leonard thought her
husband and his protty young "rolatlyj
by marriage" Iwscamo too quickly ac
quainted. Hor suspicions aroused, sho
stayed awake nights What sho learned
caused hor to mMco complaint at pollco
headquarters. Shannon was detailed on
tho case. Ho watched tho Leonard house
for live nights. Last ovenlng Leonard,
himself, suspecting trouble, mudo ar
rangements to elope with Annlo Wil
liams. Shannon. In older to wutch tho
movements of the pair, notified Mrs.
Leonard's two brothers and Mi's.
Trouble Finds Leonard.
This trio and tho detectlvo watched
things closoly. Early In tho ovenlng
Leonard was seen by the detective com
ing by a back way to his house. Ho
entered, and then troublo began to find
him. AVhen Shannon got Into tho house
Leonard's brothers-in-law had him down
on the bed and wero giving him a beating
that may bo described as terrific. At tho
samo tlmo Mrs Leonard had the pseudo
"Mrs Leonard" In a corner of tho kitch
en, and varied pummollng with hair pull
ing Between rescuing the man and tho
woman the detootlvo had his hands full.
At pollco headquarters Annlo Williams
admitted her relations with Leonard. Tho
man and woman will be arraigned on tho
charge of adultery.
CUT RATES TO THE EAST,
furnished by Groshell's Ticket Office.
Until further notice we will furnish
eastbound excursion tickets at greatly
reduced rates. Remember the place,
221 Main St. ESTABLISHED 17
YEARS. F. II. GROSHELL, Manager.
Tho American Party Drum Corps.
Flfer? and drummers wanted, only
those who can play wanted, to enroll
their names tonight at 7 p, m. at 217
Atlas Blk. J. J. HEFFERNAN.
MAN .OF (VI ANY TITLES.
Mr. Donne of New Zealand Is Going
Homo From the Fair.
T. Edward Donne of Now Zealand was
at tho Kenyon yesterday. Mr. Donfio Is
representing his country at the Louisiana
Purchase exposition and has a batch of
other titles, among thorn being Secretary
of the Now Zealand Government Depart
ment of Industries and Commerce, Super
intendent of the Government Department
of Tourist and Health Resorts and secre
tary for New Zealand for the commercial
Intelligence department of the British
Board of Trade.
"The world at largo knows very little of
New Zealand," said Mr, Donno yester
day, "yet we think we havo one of tho
finest little Islands that ever existed Our
climate la Ideal; our crops are plentiful,
and our people happy. Taxc3 aro light
and It Is easy to till tho soil, while labor
Is very cheap, What moro could any
right-thinking man want?
"I am doing what I can to make my
country known to America and Ameri
cans. We have many Americans In Now
Zealand, and they all like their adopted
country. There Is plenty of room for for
eign capital and tho New Zealand Board
of Trade Is offering special Inducements
to -outIdo capital to come there."
Has Sold a Pilo of Chamberlain's
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for more than twenty years,
and it has given entire satisfaction. I
havo sold a pllo of It, and can recom
mend It highly. Joseph McElhlney, Lin
ton, la. You will find this remedy a
good friend wheif troubled with a cough
or cold. It ulways .affords quick relief
and 1b pleasant to take. For sale by all
Honors Thrust on,
Ib Vice-President of the University,
but Without tho
Dr. Joseph F. Merrill, principal of
of the Stdlo School of Mines and pro
fosHor of physics, has been appointed
b' the hoard of regents to act in Presi
dent Kingsbury's placo In caso of his
absence. This action was taken last
Bprlng, whon Vice-President J. B. To
ronto resigned as vice-president, after
having hold the ofilco for nearly a
quarter of a century. At this meeting
tho office was practically abolished,
hut all of Its dutlos wero placed upon
It Is also undorstood that tho power
of President Kingsbury was consider
ably Increased at this meeting and that
hereaftor ho will not bo retarded In
making deslrnblo changes by any for
rrulltles. The recent promotion of Dr. Merrill
1b a deserved rocognltlor. of his work
aB principal of tho State School of
Mines, which has mado great progress
under his direction. Dr. Morrill has a
brilliant record as a student. Ho was
graduated from tho normal school of
tho University of Utah In 1SS9 and re
colvod tho degree of bachelor of sclenco
from Michigan In 1803. Ho did special
work In physics at tho University of
Chicago during tho summers of 1S94,
1S0C and 1S07. He held a fellowship at
Johns HopklnB university during 189S
1800 and was gruduatod with honors
from that institution with a degreo of
doctor of philosophy In 1SQD.
Kldneytf out of order. that'B all.
Doan's Kidney Pills aro tho suro
At any drug Htdro.
WANTED A MONOPOLY.
Grafters Did "Not Want Their Victim
to Spend His Monoy.
According to M. E. Marvel, Tom Haz
zard and two companions assaulted him
bocauso they woro Interrupted In llceclng
Georgo Monroo, a Montana man. Monroo
was spending his money as fast as ho
could, but It would Doom from Marvol's
story that this was not swttt enough to
suit his new friends. Anyway, Marvel
appeared at an lnopportuno tlmo and got
brutally beaten In conBequcnco,
It happened this way, according to Mar
vel. Monroo was spending his money
with Hazzard and two unknowns whon tho
crowd decided to take an automobllo ride.
Thoy phoned tho Salt Lako Auto com
pany and Marvel was sent out with a
machine. When the end of the rldo camo,
Hazzard objected to Monroo paying tho
bill charged, and during tho argument
Marvel way knocked down and badly
beaten. Patrolmen Johnstono and Brown
wont to tho Harmony saloon, where tho
trouble took place, but Hazzard and tho
other two Salt Lako men had vanished.
Tho Montana stranger was found very
drunk, and was taken to headquarters to
Hazzard Is known to tho pollco as a
man with nn evil reputation, nnd tho offi
cers aro Inclined to bollcvo Marvel's
story that this man was trying to get
Monroo to part with as much of his
money ns possible Just before the trouble,
and that thoy scorned unwilling to let him
part with any to anyono elso than themselves.
Back From the Uintah Reserve.
S. T. Morse, ono of tho surveyors on
gaged In laying out. the land In tho Uin
tah reservation. Is at tho Wilson hotel.
Mr. Morse has boon In tho Uintah coun
try slnco early splrng and Is thoroughly
familiar with that country.
"A part of tho reservation will make
rich farming country," said Mr. Morso
last night, "but thoro Is much of It that
is mountainous Tho part that my part
ner and I have been laying off Is too
mountainous for farming and I should
say that at loast two-thirds, and possibly
three-fourths of It Is too rocky to bo
good farming country. Tho balanco of
the land will bo good. A part is drained
bv good natural streams and Irrigation
will make splendid farms out of tho balance."
MEET OF ENGINEERS.
Fate of Utah. Lako Reservoir Scheme
Will Soon Be Decided
N. IT. Savage. G. Y. Wisner and W.
IT. Sanders, consulting engineers In the
Government reclamation service, ar
rived In the city last night from Den
ver, and will be in session today and
inobably the greater part of the week
for the purpose of passing upon the
Utah lake and Jordan river improve
ment project. Prof. Swendsen, engineer
in charge of the Utah work, has all tho
required data nnd Information In proper
form and ready for reference, and the
proposition will be considered In all Its
The board of consulting engineers Is
virtually the court of last resort In Irri
gation matters, Us recommendations be
ing followed by final action on the part
of the chief engineer. The meeting is,
therefore, one of great Importance in
that It will determine finally whether
the Government will, upon proper action
being taken by the water -usars, take
up actual construction' work on tho
Utah lake project.
Aside from going over the very com
plete surveys and estimates In the office
of Prof. Swendsen, the board will visit
the lake during the week and go over
the line of river Improvement, In order
to gain visual knowledge of the physi
cal conditions to aid Its members in
confirming the various details.
There is apparently little doubt that
very soon after tho meeting of the board
the Irrigation proposition will be in
form for the organization of the water
users' association, whose function shall
be to deal with the Government In the
matter of contracting for tho work to
Tho work of placing tho hardwood finish
in the Emcry-llolmea apartment hou60
Is In progress. It Is expected to have
tho houso ready for tonants In Novem
ber Excavation for tho new Herald building
wns begun yesterday and the sldawalk
was fenced in In front of tho site to give
room for building operations.
Bank clearings yesterday amounted to
J574.CW.C0, ns against W7.079.S2 for tho cor
responding day of last year.
Wall Paper Clearance Solo.
We are closing out at reduced prices
our odds and ends of all kinds, and now
Is your opportunity of getting stylish
decorated rooms at a low cost.
W. A. DUVALL,
Both 'phones, A21 W. 2nd So.
Trio of Burglars
!s Gathered k
Polica Beliovo Thoy Havo Bad Men
Responsible for Recent Rob
beries. In tho arrest of James Baxtor, Thomas
Leonard and Frank Raymond by Dotcct
ives Chaso and Raleigh tho pollco bcllovo
they havo tho threo men responsible for
half a dozen recent burglaries and a se
ries of room robberies. Tho trio, all cx
convlota, aro known as bad men. Burns
and Baxtor havo tho reputation of being
gun mon nnd desperate at that.
For a week past all throo prlsonorB havo
beon undor close espionage but It was
lmposslblo at any ono tlmo to got all of
them togothor. More than that, things
wcro In such shapo until yesterday that
tho arrest of any ono would have resulted
In tho othor two making a hurried oscapo
from tho city. As a result the two de
tectives have playel a waiting game, with
tho result that oarly this morning tho last
of tho crowd was booked at hcadquartors.
During tho past month or elx wcoks a
sorles of room robberies. Interpolated
with an occasional burglary, have beon
going on, Tho work was such that tho
police know skilled crooks wero busy In
tho city. And tho assault of a night
watchman, which camo hard on tho heels
of ono of theso burglaries, that of tho
Union saloon on Second South, showed
tho officers that their men wero desper
ate. All this knowledge waB mado posltlvo
when Chaso and' Raleigh learned whom
thoy wcro after. Burns and Raymond
aro 9ald to bo cx-convlcta, tho one from
Montana and the other from Salom, Or.
The lattor has lust completed serving tlmo
for a series ol similar crimes committed
In Oregon. Both ho and Raymond aro
known among crooks as clever men with
elthor nlppora or Jimmy.
Ab to Baxtor, his reputation Is that of
a "gun man." Ho Is said to bo not only
a burglar but a highway robber. Ho Is
also reputed to have done tlmo In Penn
oylvanla, from which State ho recently
eamo West. Ho Is accused of having
been tho leador of tho gang and of hav
ing disposed of most of tho plunder.
Tho room robborlcs In question havo
been committed by means of skeleton
koys and nippers, by which last named
instruments keys already In lock3 woro
turned from tho outside
Burns and Raymond woro arrested yes- i
terday during tJie day. Baxtor was not
found until early this morning, when tho
detectives, after many hours' wait, cap
Burns Is said to havo already announced
his Intention to plead guilty to tho chargo
of burglary If only he bo ablo to get a
comparatively light sentence.
Tity and Ne
THE COLORED peoplo of this city
will today colobrato Emancipation day.
A parade will bo In evidence at 3 o'clock
through tho principal streets, being led
by Grand Marshal IT. II. Voss, mount
ed, with Miss Allle Allison ns queen, at
tended by her maids of honor. Carriages
will follow, In which will bo pictures of
famous statesmen, and also vohlcles con
taining tho prominent colored men of the
city. W. W. Taylor will dellvor an ora
tion at tho Fedoratlon of Labor hall at
2 o'clock. September 22 was Emancipa
tion day. but tho celebration was post
poned bocauso of tho Republican County
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY of tho
First Congregatlonnl church will meet
Tuesday, September 27, at 1 p. m., at
JOSEPH SIEGEL and wlfo of Butte.
Mont , who have been In tho city for
several days, leave this morning for the
World's fair at St. Louis.
THE Young Men's Mutual Improvement
association of the Pioneer stake will glvo
socials next Friday night In the re
spective wards. Refreshments will bo
served and manuals distributed from
which will bo given the lessons for Octo
THE Ministerial association held Its
meotlng yitsterday morning, at which tho
scientific Idea that tho world was mado
In seven ages Instead of seven days was
discussed in a paper given by Rev. R.
SUNDAY brought the first snowfall to
Wasatch poaks, and a frost to Modena.
The weather bureau promises cold and
showers for the present.
J. ITAYNIH, the colored man who stood
off the police forco with a big gun a few
days ago, was arraigned beforo Judgo
Dlehl yesterday. He waived examination
and was lound over for trial on tho
charge of assault with a deadly weapon
with Intent to do great bodily harm.
THE congregation B'nal Israel Is now
looking for a successor to Rabbi Reynolds,
who leaves with his family today for
Chicago to study medicine and surgery.
Rabbi Reynolds Is one of tho most ablo
and scholarly divines in Salt Lake, and
his departure will be regretted, not only
by tho persons of his own faith, but bv
hundreds of other denominations who
have listened with pleasure and profit to
his instructlvo lectures His successor
will bo chosen by tho directors of tho
temple, tho choice being mado after sat
isfactory trials. It Is said that a rabbi
from Montana will fill Mr. Reynolds's
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
Arthur I. Street, .a newspaper man,
well known In Salt Lako, Is In the city
on his way from tho East to San Fran
cisco, J. H. Ryckman, tho attorney. Is down
from Evanston, Wyo.. for a fbw days.
Mrs. Clara Drlggs, of Michigan, Is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. E. C. DoGrass, on F
State Convention of the American
Party of Utah.
There will be held a mass convention
of the American party of Utah at the
Grand theater, Salt Lake City, Utah,
Friday ovenlng, September 30, 1904, at
8 o'clock p. m, for the purpose of nom
inating candidates for the following
State officers. Governor, Secretary of
State, State Treasurer, State Auditor,
Attorney-General, State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Representative
to the fifty-ninth Congress, and for
such other business as may lawfully
come before the convention.
All citizens of Utah, without regard
to religious belief or political affilia
tions, who believe that tho time has
come to redeem Utah from tho domin
ation of the priesthood of the. Mormon
church, and who desire to make of Utah
an American State, are invited to at
tend and participate In the convention.
By order of the State Central Com
mittee. WILLARD F. SNYDER.
P. J. DALY, Secretary.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Sept. 23, 1901.
Tho American Party Drum Corps.
FIfers and drummers wanted, only
those who can play wanted, to enroll
their names tonlghL at 7 p. m. at 217
Atlas Blk. J. J. HEFFERNAN,
SALT LAKE THEATREr-"Tho Ten
derfoot," a musical comedy In thrco acts,
by Richard Carlo and H. L. Ilcnrtz.
GRAND THEATRE "Tho Convlct'o
Daughter," a melodrama in fivo acts.
It Is tho mission of "Tho Tenderfoot"
to portray llfo In tho Far West as It In
not To do this It employs soldiers and
glrl3. cowboys and girls, Mexicans and
girls, Indians and girls. With theso and
a professor, a gambler and a Chinaman,
It succeeds In its purpose.
It Ib unique In another respect. It vio
lates a rule that musical comedies have
been strictly observing out here for some
time. It has a leading singer who can
sing Miss Carrlngton. who takes tho
part of tho most Important lady In the
collection, has a voice that enables her
to disregard a custom and glvo an audl
onco real pleasure whon Bho since. Sho
was horo last sonson ns tho soprano of
tho .Shay company. If wc aro not mis
taken sho wol2h8 moro than sho did
then, which may bo due to bettor sus
tenance than ono could reasonably hopo
for as a member of the Shay company.
Miss Carrlngton expresses In her sing
ing tho fcollngs of a young woman who
owns a ranch. At a military masquerade
nhj Is kissed by a coarse man, a member
of tho Texas Ranscrs. Sho becomes
very, very angry, as a good girl should,
and goes away, denouncing tho Rangers,
nnd declaring thnt sho would rathor
marry a hoggar than ono of them. Tho
Colonel determines to havo revenge, Ho
follows hor In tho disguise of a cowboy,
for tho purpose of marrying hor him
self. Presently, tho lovoly, but Indignant
lady is In tho center of tho stago You
hear a volco outside, and somothlng tells
you that n tenor Is coming. Your fears
aro realized Ho Is a tonor with ono of
thoso extremely enrnest voices. It Is nn
admlrablo voico for tho expression of
ferocity, but being a tenor ho uecs It
chiefly for the expression of lovo.
This tenor Is tho colonel In dlsgulso. Tho
heiress, not suspecting tho deception,
woos him and Is accepted. They aro
married. Then Bho appears to bo dis
pleased with him. It Is not apparent
why. Porhaps ho sang a tender song
to her and sho thought It a scolding. His
truo chnracter Is rovaaled. Sho finds
that Instead of being a gentleman and a
cowboy ho Is nothing but an officer. Sho
spurn3 him. Ho goes away to light In
dians. Sho dlBgulscs herself In tight
fitting men's clothos nnd follows him.
They meet. Ho protends that ho does
not know hor. They fight a duel with
pistolB which ho has had loaded with
blank cartridges. Ho falls at tho first
shot. Then sho knows sho loves him and
coaxes him back to life.
What Is there In all this about a ten
dorfoot? Why, Prof. Pottlbone, who has
arrived from Boston to bo tho comedian
of the occasion. Is the tenderfoot.. Philip
H. Ryley, as this professor. Is amusing
nnd has somo assistance In tho fun-making
Tho chorus Is strong, graceful and well
trained. And thoro is in tho dancing
much to please.
"Tho Convict's Daughtor," now on at
the Grand theater, Is a story of- a tramp
who has a ready tongue and a past. Ho
Is recognized by a villain as an escaped
convict and tho villain forces him to
palm himself off ns tho long-lost father
of tho heroine. Tho tramp does so and
in tho third act finds that ho really Is tho
girl's father, and from then on ho acts
tho other way; that Is, as a father Is sup
nosed to act.
Tho part of tho unfortunate tramp is
well taken throughout by Frank Beal and
ho gets tho sympathy of tho audlenco
from start to finish- Tho villain is such
a nice villain, with such lino riding clothes
and frock coats, that It seems a shamo to
hiss him. But every tlmo he came on
after tho second act tho gallery fairly
went wild with hisses, nnd ho seemed to
feel quite badly about It, too.
Where the villain Is hissed tho tramp,
tho girl and her lover are warmly ap
plauded, and tills goes on until the close.
Tho play Is like all of thcB molodramas,
everything going with tho villain and
against tho good folks until tho final end
ing, which is. of course, quite a happy
ono. The cast Is evenly balanced and
tho whole presentation Is well given. Ono
scene, that of tho Kentucky homo, Is very
pretty, the house lwlng exactly like an
old mansion of tho section, Clara Loulso
Chapman and May Sargent are two very
pretty girls, and next to Mr. Beal in good
work come Charles C. Bnrtllng, tho
I villain. Frederick Monley, the old banker,
and Raymond Wells', the young lover. The
play will be given tonight and twice to
morrow. i r
Tonight tho closing performance of "Tho
Tenderfoot" will be given.
Tho sale for the Frank Daniels engage
ment begins today.
Tomorrow afternoon and night "A Tex
as Steer" will be at the Salt Lako the
ater. George Frederic Hlnton, representing
Sousa's band, was in the city yesterday,
making arrangements for tho nppcar
ance of tho band here this winter. No
definite dales havo been set, but Mr.
Hlnton stated that It was probablo the
band would appear here for a sorles of
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. Q.
box 905. 'Phono Carstensen & Anson
Will Train Letter Carriers.
The board of trustees of Franklin col
lege at Rochester. N. Y., has decided to
train 150 candidates for tho civil sorvlco
examination for mall cartiors and clerks
free. Applicants must bo between tho
ages of IS and 43 years and must measure
at least 5 foot 4 Inches In height. They
must havo some knowledge of reading,
writing, arithmetic and spoiling. Appli
cations must bo In candldato's own hand
writing. The winners will bo decided by
a test examination.
FED HIM GRAPES.
Mrs. Nicholas Forgives Clarence Kin
ney for His Assault on Her
Clarence Kinney and Mrs. Mary Nich
olas mado peace laat evening at the
county Jail and now It Is announced that
Kinney will retract tho stories ho has told
about tho woman, into whoso houso he,
broko July 22. This wns ono of the con
ditions to the truco which came as a
sequel to Kinney's assault on tho woman
He pleaded guilty yesterday to the assault
with Intent to do bodily harm and Is now
awaiting sentence. . (
Witnesses Hay that tho reconciliation In
the Jailor's office was not slow by any
means. Kinney held tho ladv's hand
while sho fed him grapes. And that was
only an Incident In the proceedings. Now
Kinney says that ho was wrong In mak
ing the statements he did about Mrs
Nicholas, but this statement comes only
at second-hand and is open to correction
or substantiation at tho hands of Mr
Democrats Will Feed Everybody.
Frco beof, talk and music wjll be dis
pensed by the Democrats at tho Salt Pal
ace this afternoon The affair will be
gin at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon ajid
will continue Intormlttontly until 10
0 clock at night Meat, bread, pickles
and napkins will be served thrice during
tho day at 4, G and S Judgo C. E. Mc
Laughlin of California will bo the chief
orator Local Democratic lights will as
sist him in disseminating tho doctrlno of
tho untcrrlfied. Music will bo supplied by
tho Democratic quartette. Tho meat
speeches and songs will bo free, but
those who attend will bo separated from
a ground chargo of 10 cents at tho gate.
Fresh Eastern Concord grapes, 25c
per basket. "Phone orders J. M. Butler
grocer, 210 State. Fresh stock
Was Conducted by cij
Physician fVlayo anK
Dr. Odell. M
Letters Written by the 7oj8fj
Her Daughter Are Unfit
Judgo Morso began tho cxamlnf I
Mrs. Morj' Ann Mayberry last Jj
tho criminal court, for Insanity! Itt
Mayberry Is said to bo subject t i
lently Insfine spells and tho oxam
Is being mado at tho Instigation"? '
formor husband, A. P. Mayberry 1 V
Drs. H. N. Mayo and T, G
ducted the examination, Dr. May" kl
lnlng Mrs. Mayborry. Tho dofendai '
tho first witness, and seemed I?
Helf-poHBesscd throughout her exi p
tlon, standing the cross-cxamlnafi 'f
District Attorney Benner X, Smill t
perfect composuro, savo when thl (l-
of Mr Mayberry was mentioned k'
sho became excited and her volcojj l"
In making tho answers. &
Letters in Evidence. t :
Letters purporting to have been &
by Mrs Mayberry. ono of vhlch w ,v
knowledged by her. and all of whlel f
identified by Mr. Mayberrv, were1 it1-
duced ns evidence. In one of th 2,
tho 10-year-old daughter of Mrs,; .
berry, tho languago in which Mr SR
berry was referred to was too v U
utterance, the writer calling hlra nj "
ablo names, and accusing him of u -L
able crimes. In this letter to hcri '
tor Mr. Mayborr Is called, among f
things, a "damned cur." Mrs. Ma
acknowledged this letter and ata Y.
the stand that she meant Just wh r
said and gave ns a reason for wrltln fit
to a young girl, that she wants V
daughter to know Just what Uni ?,
man her father was.
Dr. Bascom Called. - gt
Dr. IT. S. Bascom was colled u ft
stand to testify regarding Mrs:T,
berry'fl mental condition, and state l
ho had recommended her removal I
sanitarium in 101. Miss Clara Col S
principal of the Rowland School for
testified that Lovcta Mayberry hac a
a student nt the school until Sepf A
D of this year, when she was con f
to ask that sho be removed on a it
of the language used by Mrs. Jto iL
when cnlllng there. 4 tl
The- hearing wns continued! i"
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, "w
STATE FAIR AND CONFEB1
Eeduccd Rates. '
Will be made via the Oregon Shprl '
and U. P. lines west of Green.Jj
Tickets on sale from Ogden and!
mediate points October 3rd to 9ttij- f
s-Ive; good for return until Oclobei &
From Green River to Ogden and!,
mediate points October 3rd to Sth?
slve; limited to October 12th.
points. October 3rd to Sth, Hml t
October 15th. See agents for fui
tleulars. 4 m.
Corner Third South and Stai
The management of the Hotels
announce the completion of Nej
nex, which will allow the accom;
tlon of many more guests. The
has been renovated throughout. '
single and en suite American aai
ropean. Inquire for ratio, E
Records Don't Come OH)M
Till they pay. Merchants' PrqlB?
Assn. Rating Books for Salt La&M
Ogden City. Park City, BoI3JWei
Honolulu City, tell -
The American Party Drum CoB,f
Flters and drummers wantedJ
those who can play wanted, toJM
their names tonight at 7 p, nufm.
Atlasj-Blk. J. J. HEFFERNAK:
Central Coal and Coke Compr
Sole retailers Rock Springs "P"Hf
coal; lump, nut, slack. Offices. 14 Wl
street (temporary), 'phone SIS.
2nd South, 'phone SOS. Yard, othMP
and 3rd West. .SBs,
LONG ON PANTS. I
Negro With Irish ITome Vor
Clever Dodge on the ClothlM
Suspected of clever shoplifting!
wholesale scale, Georgo Kelly. Hi
was arrested yesterday morning
tecUvo Raleigh and Sergt. Hempw
though the man maintains he to,
cent tho officers havo strong
against him. among which nrc
pairs of trousers sold to ono pawn
According to the police Kcl If OK
In thlB manner: He would enter .
lng storo and ask to try on a K J
breeches. Ho did this after loom
several pairs. When he took MCK
pairs to try them on, he would ; r
with one of them on his pereoa ,
scrlbo the alterations needed.
Meantime In trying on the c otw
man had wrapped one Pair of" fc
about his waist. & Jer) S
leave the store. In this anf
sldd to havo looted a number oft i.
town counters. i J11
WAS BALD SIX "Jt'ZAjW
three Months of the No-w ScI
Treatment Restored His HajMjtL
Baldness Is caused by dandruff.iM
Is caused by a germ. Kill the
It Is almost certain that hair "jJMjJ"
again, If tho follicle has not oe3JJt
destroyed. Nels Peterson of UlfPi
Mont., says: "I had been bnld
and had tried all kinds of c"y?j-.
rlthout any benefit whatever. """HvJBk
Horplcldc. November 1C. 1SS9. I "SJB?
lng Herplclde, and In three moninsm
growth of hair covered my n?MHh
pletely." Ask your druggist """irJH
Everybody can havo Iux"r,2LviSC
hnlr, If Herplclde Is used 'SiiSC
Take no substitute. Sold by Icaammm
gists. Bond 10c. In stamps for 8Miim
Xho Herplclde Co.. Ooirolt. iUclu