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Bl2;i1firFDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1904. tl
' " THE SALT LAKE TKEBXnSTB. PAGS THrk WM
e, Jy Practice Without
JriD?i4 jreme Court Settles Long
an Standing Medico-Legal
r 1 ! Controversy.
rm ft)), ;
' 1 Case of Stato Vs. Hibbs Has
Carried Through All the
5 f TT-r
- ) 5 COUET CALENDAR.
Jj Gases Sot foT Today.
t SUPREME COURT.
( 'irvflU Llnlony vs. Salt Lako
j-Jlsara Joseph Openshaw.
Llll '-WuMDrkOn Rock company vs. Lo
"I ; Grand Young.
. ; DISTRICT COURT.
j vision No. 1 Judge Hall. -f
' -.j -Cwrglana P Dcgcnhart vs. Mary
j ; j strlngham et ol.
f -PiTiilon No 2 Judgo Stowart.
flh'j So court.
j Division No. 2 Judgo Morse
' ' So court -f
1 '. i Krislon No. 3 Judgo Lowls. -f;
-"' .1 -So court.
j CITY COURT.
' ' -sj jarfl division Judgo Tanner.
"J ! Brilns vs. Oldham.
ia JH f
: i! P. Hlbbs, the osteopath, may now
blJ profession without hindrance
s courts. The case against him
ieJ by tho State was yesterday dls
r the Supremo court. Tho ground
dismissal was tha:. In tho ;udg
tha court, It had no Jurisdiction,
fobs was prosecut-d for practlc
ictaa without a license. He va3
allty In tho City court and sub
o a nominal fine. A test enso
le out of tho matter and it was
to the District court. Judgo
itho heard tho case, decided tn
; the osteopaths, on tho ground
too not practice medicine or s;ir
1 therefore does not need to be
i by the Stato Board of Modi
alners. Osteopaths Are Elated.
He then appealed to the Supreme
1th the result as stated above.
D. N Straup represented tho
i3. all of whom, residing In
t highly elated over their victory,
ihr physicians and surgeons i:ro
le.ised, as It was at their insti
tit the prosecution was set on
dnst the osteopaths. Attorney
BreeJcn represented the State,
they Must Be Examined.
1 James Pitney, formerly a mcm
:e bar of tho Supreme court of
oulh Africa, was denied admlg
Ihe bar of Utah. The Supreme
Wed that it had no authority to
lawyer admission to the bar of
e unless he had been a member
it of some other State or Terrl
i Union, and that the fact of hl3
ractlccd In South Africa did not
lm to admission here unliss ho
ie examination In regular course,
i"i? now a citizen of tho United
id a resident in Salt Lake City.
Mlslclmen filed suit yesterday
Prank, Hoffmann to foreclose a
lortgage for J250, executed on his
a of the Stato vs. S. J. Kolley,
with forgery, was continued to
of the Supreme court calendar,
peal of G. Lavngnlno vs. James
et aL, was dismissed becauso tho
w not been made within tho
Med in the statute.
wR',fr'LmnentB wcro submitted in tho
41 X1 ,- th,.ntd w'ng Gold Mining com
J?If J ,T?- " 11Uam D. Clays and the case
m un under advisement.
1 ftvf caf?. of M u- Walker et al. vs.
. "rt rf? Mlnl"P company of Utah, iho
Z? tor confirmation of the salo of the
.SPriag3, Miss., March 24, 1903.
sbuilding railroads in Tennessee
Jve years ago a number of hands
fever and various forms of
trrT -ln diEcase3. I carried S. S. S.
hftrctKniSry and gave it to my hands
tocraufying results. Icaurccom
lj, 113 tne finest preparation for
chills and fever, as well as all
askm diseases. W.I.McGowan.
fiered greatly from Boils, which
creak out on different )arts of my
L.i"7 S. S. S. advertised and after
KUt, tUrec bottles I was cured,
!ielasUhrc years have had no
gaming yourS( S. S. probably ten
I it ,iIalia and blood troubles,
proved so good that I have con-
j'5.3mce "s"g it as a family
Kjg il s 3 pleasure for me torccom
JaiH i for tlle benefit of otliers
fcaeed,nFafirst rate blood purifier,
S for Malaria. F
ut', Ark. c. C. Hemingway.
Ret,1., ''csi sores, dark or yellow
iptoa st debilitv Qre somi: of the
Lg r this miserable disease.
' interacts and rcmo'es from the
m blood all impuri-
i i flR, $1 an builds up the
L entire system. It is
m fek guaranteed a pure-
m v vcRetable rcme-
li IS YiA y-Write for mcd-
m hJu L Wl advice or auy
W Kff special iufonna
iSWlft c tion about case.
""iSpcDiflo Company, Atlanta, Ga-
Propose New Canon on
Marriage and Divorce
Two Eeports Presented the Episcopal
can Convention and Argument
HOSTON, Oct. 11. The proposed now
canon on marriage and divorce was "or.
Ihe order paper for discussion when the
triennial general conference of the
Ep'pcopal church resumed Its sec
slons today. The committee In charge
a, proPose(1 new canon on man-lags
and divorce submitted a lengthy report
through Its chairman, Rev. Dr. F r
SX0"1501'1 of Memphis, Tenn.
rJt pr?scnt canon on the question
permits f ho remarriage of the lnnor-nt
person in a divorce case wherein a de
cree was issued by the civil courts on
he ground of infidelity. There has been
com;Idernble dissatisfaction over this
canon, many clergymen favoring a law
to prevent the remarriage of any di
vorced person while the former partner
s living. The majority of the commit
tee appointed at the last convention to
report on the subject favored this Idea.
n.y , recpmmonded the following
What Majority Recommends.
hnL rLm,',stor of thls church shall
52 .W10 c?Vflc to tloubt whether a
Ei? loslrous of being admitted to holy
eomm,7J.i0r i(i conwflrmatlon or to the holy
communion has been married otherwise
th" w?,rd of Gotl rtntl Hsclpllne of
rorniv&Ch ?llow- s,,ch minister, before
US i? su5.h Persn to theso oidlnances.
mi I TCt40TA tho case t0 tne Wshop for hla
Bouij Judgment thereupon; provided,
howovor that no minister shall, In any
Tll 1 .' tho.sncramcnts to a pcnltont
person In Immediate danger of death, nor
;5L?"niy Person wlo shall solemnly aver
mat ho or she was the Innocent party In
a divorce for tho cause of adultory.
ISO minister shall solemnize a marriago
between any two persona unless, by In
quiry, he shall hnvo satisfied himself that
neither person has been or Is tho husband
pr tho wife of any other person then liv
ing, from whom ho or alio has been di
vorced for any causo arising after mar
riage. If any question shall arise under this
canon in a dioceae or mlsslonarv Jurisdic
tion in which there is no bishop, such
questions shall be referred to some bishop
to be designated by tho standing cqmmlt
tcc. and tho bishop to whom such ques
tions have been reforred shall thereupon
make Inquiry In such manner as ho shall
deem expedient and shall deliver his Judg
ment in, the premises.
Views of Minority.
A minority report was presented as
Questions touching the fact of anv case
arising under this canon shnll bo deter
mined by tho record of tho civil court
which adjudged or decreed the divorce, a
copy of which, under tho seal of said
court, shall be furnished the minister re
quested to solemnize tho marriage.
The effect of the minority report, if
adopted, would be to leave unchanged
that part of the old canon permitting
marriage of the Innocent person In a
case of Infidelity. The minority, how
ever, desired to provide for greater safe
guards In the shape of civil court testi
mony, which "Innocent persons" who
have been divorced desire to be remar
ried. Debate Is Begun.
After some debate it was voted to
consider the proposed amendment pro
hibiting the remarriage of divorced per
sons, and argument against the amend
ment was opened.
After two hours debate the commit
tee arose and was given permission to
take up the matter later in the week.
Head About to Burst From Severe
"I had a severe bilious attack and
felt like my head was about to burst
when I got hold of a free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. I took a dose of them after sup
per and next day felt like a new man,
and havo been feeling happy ever
since," says Mr. J. W. Smith of Juliff,
Texas. For biliousness, stomach trou
bles and constipation these Tablets
have no equal. Price 25 cents. For
Bale by all leading druggists.
Fifty of Largest Offices Show Increase
in Receipts in September.
WASHINGTON, Oct ll.-The gross pos
tal receipts for September, HXM, ns com
pared with the receipts for 1903, at the
fifty largest po3tofflces in tho United
States show a total of J5,X6.0CD. a net In
crease of J3D7.3JO, or over 7 per cent. The
largest Increase was almost SO per cent, at
Dayton. O. There were four decreases,
viz: Three per cent at Louisville, Ky., I
per cent at Philadelphia; almost 6 per
cent at Providence, and 'J per cent at Don
Moines, la. The 1 ecclpts at New York and
Chicago each increased approximately 8
SOLDIERS' DEPOSIT BOOK.
Legislation to Protect Enlisted Men
WASHINGTON. Oct, 1L Brlg.-Gen. F.
S, Rodgc, paymaster-genoral of tho army,
in his annual reports, recommends legis
lation, if possible, to tho end that soldiers"
deposit books should not bo sold, pledged,
assigned or transferred except after a
discharge and when accompanied by tho
soldier's final statement, ind that such
disposition shall be maae 1 military of
fense, for which tho soldier may be re
tained In the service for trial. He recom
mends that the publications of a soldier s
deposit book by any persons as security
for a loan to the soldiers during the period
of hie service shall work a forfeiture or
Trophy to Be Contested For.
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct. 11 A -llvor
cun valued at $1500. has been offered by
Georgo St. John Sheffield as a permanent
trophy to be contested for each year by
crcwo representing the freshman class
and In tho academic and scientific depart
mcntfl in Yale.
nronertv In litigation, consisting of somo
stocks ami mining claims, was granted
yesterday by JUdGO Hall.
Judgo Morse udjourncd court yestcrduy
until Friday. '
The case of V. A. Nelson vs. the Tltnh
Can 1 Mining company was ordered traiLn
?,prnd o the United States Circuit court.
Ti" su t is one to recover 820. W for tho
death of one McCandlc. of whoso estato
Nelson s administrator. Tho deceased
was killed whllo In the employ of tho de
fendant. c ti Miles was granted a decree of til
vocc fVom his wlfo7 Juliet Miles, by Judge
TTaii veotcrday They were married In
ll3. T?ranclsco In 1807 and June. 1502.
Mars Mfics dencned th pi -.tiff and has
not 'boea near him since.
Is a Beeuofu! tafry
Edward H. Airis Sells Mil!
Creek Property for Large
Mrs. Holmes Will Spend Mnny Thou
sands in Improvements Nomi
nal Consideration "Was S20.
One of the largest real estate deals
of tho year1 was consummated yester
day by the Messrs. Tuttle Bros, of this
city by which Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes
becomes tho owner of the beautiful
Alrls summer home near East Mill
creek, known as "Oakwood." The
property is one of the most picturesque
and best Improved in this part of the
country and people who are familiar
with country homes in places where
they are numerous, say there Is no
more beautiful spot anywhere than the
seven acres Just purchased by Mrs.
Holmes from Edward H. Alrls.
Near the Mountains.
The property is situated three miles
southeast of the penitentiary In the
shadow of the Wasatch range. Mill
creek Hows through it, forming a fine
lake and fish pond, with several pic
turesque looking cataracts. About one
half of the grounds is laid out In vel
vety lawns, with fine shade trees, ar
bors, shrubbery and flowers; the other
half is set out In fruit trees, berries
and garden. There are two houses on
the property, one a line country home,
the other a smaller one for the con
venience of servants. Broad walks and
drives mnke all parts of the arounds
easily accessible. Another important
feature Is the electric plant on the
grounds, Mill creek furnishing the
"Will Make Improvements.
Before leaving for the East, Mrs.
Holmes expressed a determination to
spend many thousands of dollars upon
"Oakwood" to make it one of tho Ideal
country homes in this or any other re
gion. Additional Improvements will be
begun early in the coming spring, plans
having been made before Col. and Mrs.
Holmes left the city. It Is the inten
tion of the new owner to spend tho
summers at "Oakwood," where she will
entertain on an elaborate scale, and
where house pnrtles of friends from
this city and elsewhere will gather
during the summer months.
Twenty Dollars Is Named.
Twenty dollars was the consideration
named in the deal Tuttle Bros, would
give no further Information as to the
real amount Involved In the transac
tion, but said it was one of the largest
deals of the year.
Dears tho 0 a Voa Hare Always BOUfitJ
The American party's county ticket
will surely win If every supporter will
register on Wednesday.
Republicans Meet at Pleasant Grove.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PLEASANT GROVE. Oct. 11. Repub
licans held a rally In Clark's opcra-houso
last evening. Jacob Evans, one of tho
spcakcis. was absent, not having re
turned from St. Louis, consequently tho
burden of remarks fell upon Georgo B.
Squires of Salt Lake.
Chairman Westphall called tho moot
ing to order and introduced A. B. Walk
er, candidate for County Commissioner,
who spoke for a few moments, eulogizing
President Uoosovclt as an ablo and pro
Chairman Westphall reminded tho vot
ers not to forget to register.
Mr Squires spoke for a short tlmo only
on the tariff and questions of national
American Party Growing in Ogdon.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 11. Tho American party
Is rapidly growing stronger in Ogden,
and bots aro now being offorod nB to tho
number of votes tho new parly will poll
In Wobcr county. Today ono woll-known
politician offorod to bet $1(0 that tho
American ticket would poll moro than
COO votes In Oyden and later offered to
bet that their voto would exceed 1000 In
Wobcr county. This latter proposition
virtually means that tho American ticket
must get at least EtO votes in tho city.
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appetite and energy,
w Aaheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
VSS( St. Louie. U.S.A.
ViflSfl l' "I SJglBW World's Fair Visitors are cordially Invited to visit
Jyjy th0 Anheuocr"Buoch Bcvcry
Thoroughly equipped and in com
plete order. Location most central
nnd convenient to all places of In
terest. EUROPEAN PLAN.
Your patronogo Is EOlicltod.
B. I.. IiL BATES,
WE NEVER MISSTATE
FACTS OR MISREPRESENT
By Arriving at St. Louis in the Morn
ing You Gain One Full Day at tho
Leave Salt Lake at 7 a. m. via the O.
S. L U. P. and Wabash and arrive at
St. Louis 7:16 a. m. the second morn
ing. 17 hours and 15 minutes actual run
Our competitors, leaving here the
same morning, arrive at St. Louis In
the evening, 10 hours and -16 minutes
longer on the road.
Returning, the Wabash leaves S'
Louis 7:30 p m. (permitting all dav at
the Fair), reaches Omaha tho next
morning, connecting with the Union
Pacific "Overland Limited," arriving at
Salt Lake next afternoon at 4:20 p. m.,
45 hours and 60 minutes actual running
time, with a through sleeper in both
directions, without change, between
Salt Lake and the World's Fuir
Grounds or Union Depot, St. Louis.
Our competitors, leaving St. Louis
same evening, arrive here in tho morn
ing, 16 hours and 10 minutes longer on
Examine the ofllclal Guide nnd verify
For rates and sleeping car reserva
tions call at 201 Main street, Salt Lake
ORGANIZEAMERICAN CLUB. "
Opponents of Church Influence and
Smootism Get Together at Eureka.
Special to Tho Tribune
EUREKA, Oct. 11. A number of citi
zens met hero tonight and organized a
branch of tho new American party. The
call had previously boon Issued and tho
meotlng was called to order by II. F.
Gear, tho former Democratic Mayor of
Eureka. Mr. Gear outlined tho work
of tho now party In Utah.
James Crelehton wns then chosen ns
president of tho organization, which is
to bo known as tho American club of
Eureka. II. F. Gear wa3 choson vlco
prcsldont. James Mills, secretary, and
II M. Esan. treasurer. A committee,
consisting of C. F. Splllman, J. E.
O'Brlon. H. F. Genr, Kent Harper and
Harrv Earl, was chosen to draw up a
preamble, which the members present
signed. This will bo circulated to sucuro
tho signatures of other prospective mem
bers who could not bo present at to
Whllo It is too late for tho now party
in Eureka to put up a local ticket, mem
bers propose to assist the Stato organiza
tion in every way possible, and will also
try to secure woll-known spwikers for
meetings during tho campaign. Thero
are a great many pcoplo In Eureka and
other camps of Tlntlc who aro heartily
In favor of tho now movement and the
party will start out with a largo mem
bership. : I
A BSMTES OF 'MEMJE
ms m SUBSTITUTE
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple Sta.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITTL President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vice-President.
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cannier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invi-f
J. D, CosgTlIT, Pres. E W. Wilson. Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble. Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Pcabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO &C0. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Undivided profits )
Transacts a gonoral banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks to all
principal cities of the world.
Drafts, ) On ah
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic Trnnsforc. J cities,
Deposits received subject to check.
IL L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 1E0 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, Genoral Manager.
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office in Progress bldg., Salt Lake City.
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Established 1S50. In-corporate 03.
Transact a Gonoral Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah,
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, $250,000
I,. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. a YOUNG, E. S. HILLS,
Cashlor. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent,
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX ....President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vioe-Presldent
W. F. ADAMS Cashlor
CAPITAL PAID IN. J300.000.
Bonking; 1n all lis branches transacted,
Exchajigo drawn on tho principal 6IU03
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jyjcCORNICK & CO,
Salt Lako City, UtolSi,
FAIR VISITORS :
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Out of town folks and others '
will profit by looking Into this
Range proposition. We have n
few Acorn Ranges we are soiling j
at cost, Just to make floor space.
Come In and save tho 520.
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I t0 g t0 hardwarG
X yCCwm sore for because we ;
jj 'jp v when it comes to prices, I
I T20 J!jyJ always in the lead. Bet-
' Ctl er fouv heater now ;
i au bave the full season's "
AC) l,se of it. We catry the ;
Buck; there's none better
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ig TJ1TTIL OCTOBER 15TH. K
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) $15.00 teeth for 13.00. H2
Our $3.W for JS.00.
Gold fillings. 51.00. p
K Silver nillngs, DOc to $1.0).
i Guaranteed PAINLESS ex-
traction, 50c. t?
ft All work dono by operator of 1;
A experience and ability. ft1
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Hcadquirtora for mining mon una stock
man. t3 A DAY AND UP.
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given with every salo.
v We carry Aquarium Globes and ,
i nil kinds of Fish Food. j
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Cor. 2nd So. and State St. 3 1 ll
i Ask to sec our freo directory of I i jf
S trained nurses. j I 4 H
If You've , H
Feet TroMleSj , H
Com to Us. ; , H
We've got just the kind of shoes fl
for your particular feet. Jusrt the
right length, just the correct I jl
width, just the right sort of in- I H
step arch that your feet reciulre. , !
FI'lTING FEET IS OUR BUSINESS. , jH
Ben Davis, Prest. Aaron Levitt, Secy tJ
23S and 240 Main. Both 'Phones 605 j H
Neldes-Judsoo Drug Co 1 j
WHOLESALE 'DRUGGISTS, , f , H
CIGARS A SPECIALTY. , jl
POSTOFFICE BOS 370. jH
dw. C. Smith, President. ) iH
I John P. Cobb, Vlcc-PrcHldcnt and il
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1 F Ii. Pearl. Secretary. H
J It. A Knowlcs, Trcnaurcr. lH