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PAGEForaiBEW THE SALT LAKE TBIBTLSTE. batcbdat momtoo, October il
I tee She -Wants a
Mrs. Anna Sandstrom Files
Suit in District
Making- Garden, Milking Cows and
Keeping1 House Were Among Her
Cases Set for Todny.
No netllnff. -f
D1STPJCT COURT. -f
Division No. 1. Judge Hall.
f- DIvlplon No. 2. Judgo Stewart.
Resetting of enses. -f-Division
No 2. Juduo Morse.
-f Roccrv vs. Utah Savings & Trust
-f company. .
Division No. 2. Judgo Lewis.
-f I-aw nnd motion call. -f-
-f Civil Division Judge Tanner.
-f No court.
IR Because she was "compelled to do
II the work of a hired man," as she com-
I plain?, Mrs. Anna Sandstrom wishes a
I divorce from her husband. Gustof L.
I Sandstrom. The complaint was filed
I in the District court 3'esterday.
She complains of cruel treatment on
the part of her husband, which caused
great bodily Injury and great mental
distress. Mrs. Sandstrom'o complaint
Had Many Duties.
V "That at the time of raid marriage
the plaintiff went to the home of de-
dendant and did and performed the
-work of keeping house, tending and
making garden, milking a cow and
caring for It. and generally doing the
work of a hired man, without complaint,
until she became in a delicate condition
through sraid marriage, and was there
by rendered physically unable to do
Must Work or Move.
t When she was rendered unable, Mrs.
Sandstrom says she was ordered by her
husband to do the work or quit his
, homo. She says that when, on account
of her ill health, she was only able to
do the work indifferently, she was np-
braided and scolded to that extent that
i life with her husband was unbearable.
She soys that notwithstanding her
, condition Sandstrom wilfully neglected
to provide her with the common neces
, sarles of life in the way of medicine
and clothing. For all this sh6 prays for
a divorce and the right to resume hen
maiden name, Anna E. C. Rive.
I Is ADMITTED.
Soutli African Lawyer Is Competent
I to Practice in Utah Courts.
I Edward James Pithey, lato 0f South
Africa, way yesterday admitted by order
I of the Supremo court to procMco law at
the bar of tho State of It a', Frank
Pierce and George F. Goodwin, tho com
mittee appointed by tho court to oxamlno
applicants for ndmlsslon to tho bar. mado
a report that they had examined Mr.
Plthoy aud found that ho had all the
necessary qualifications for a lawyer.
Thereupon the Suprome court mado an
order that Mr. Plthoy bo admitted to bo
an attorney and counselor-at-Iaw at the
bar of the court.
An application by E. A. Walton for a
writ of certiorari in tho case of Dr J
Beatle vs. Samuel C. Bailey, By water &
Groo. garnishee, and tho Hon. S. W
Stewart, Judge of tho Third Judicial dls
tri?i' Ya.? tl1:on undcr dvlsomont
The following cases were taken under
advscment: Tho Oregon Short Line
Railway company vs Moylan C. Fox
j "8Aec' and F. W. Haydcr. and John T.'
' Whlto vs. Century Gold Mining & Mill
K' Court Notes.
TiieUs? ot. Healh Ii'-'8. vs. tho Mayor
and Chief of Police, ..r Salt LaUo c,ty
was finally settled yesterday. Judgo Hall
dismissed tho action when the case was
In tho case of Dcgenhart vs. String
amud,J1ail yS.t?rlay gave a decree
for tho plaintiff. Tho suit was brought
to have the defendant evicted from prtTm
!f.M',nv,tct t0 t,,n. by tnc Plaintiff, of
which tho lease had expired,
1 If there vvtre any tea to be
' had that is better than Tree
Tea-it would be selected
HI or Tree Tea,
I T T
I R I R
t M t
H IMPORTED BY t 8
e uraw i p
n SAH FRAHCiSCO.
A L hf pounOI J fa
l III" .IJ.JM , , .
f WEATHER RECORD!
Weather for todny Fair.
Yeaterdny'a record at the local office of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature. 70 dog.; minimum
temperature, 42 dcg. ; moan temperature,
GO dog., which is 3 deg. above the normnl.
Accumulated excess of teniperaturo
slnco the first of tho month, i'l deg.
Accumulated excess of tcmporaturc slnco
January 1, 22 dec.
Total precipitation from C p, m. to 0
p. m.. none.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since tho first of the month. .22 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco January 1, 2.70 Inches.
Abilene ....EOIIIes City CG
Ashovlllo ., 70Modena (a
Atlanta 7C Montgomery .. ..S-i
Bismarck CSMoorhcad C2
Bolso CO New Orleans 2
Boston -ICNew York Ii2
Buffalo Norfolk w
Cairo CSNorthllold -10
Calgary Gl North Platte 72
Charleston GG Oklahoma 7i
Chicago Bl Omaha c?
Cincinnati rG Phoenix EG
Denver Gl Pittsburg GO
Detroit &2 Portland 70
Dodge .. CGUnpid City GO
Dnlutli Gi Roseburg as
Elklns W St. Louis Gl
El Paso S2St. Paul ft
Golveston SO S. Ste. Mario 50
Grand Junction ..GISan Francisco ...G3
Havre GO Santa Fe GO
Helena GIScranton 48
Huron WSpoltnno CO
Jacksonville .- . .70 Swift Current CO
Kami oops .. .....W Victoria GO
Kansas City 70 Washington 51
Knoxvlllo 72 Wlnnemucca .. ..G2
Lander 53 Winnipeg Gl
Llttlo Rock 72 Yuma SS
Lqs Angeles SS
Backache Is a kidney ache.
Kidneys aren't taking the poison out
of the blood.
Doan'a Kidney Pills strengthen the
kidneys, help them to do. their work
WE NEVER MISSTATE
FACTS OR MISREPRESENT
By Arriving at St. Louis In the Morn
ing You Gain One Full Day at the
Leave Salt Lake at 7 a. m. via the O.
S. L., U.' P. and Wabash and arrive at
St. Louis 7.15 a. m. the second morn
ing. 47 hours and 15 minutes actual run
Our competitors, leaving here the
same morning, arrive at St. Louis ln
the evening, 10 vhours and 16 minutes
longer on the road.
Returning, the Wabash leaves S'
Louis 7:30 p. m. (permitting all duy at
the Fair), reaches Omaha the next
morning, connecting with the Union
Pacific "Overland Limited," arriving at
Salt Lake next afternoon at 4:20 p. m.
40 hours and B0 minutes actual running
time, with a through sleeper In both
directions, without change, between
Salt Lake and the World's Fair
Grounds or Union Depojt. St. Louie.
Our competitors, leaving St. Louis
same evening, arrive here ln the morn
ing, 15 hours and 10 minutes longer on
Examine the official Guide and verify
For rates and sleeping enr reserva
tions call at 201 Main street, Salt Lako
LOW RATES EAST.
Via Denver & Rio Grande. '
St. Louis and return $12.50
Chicago and return HIM
Chicago and return via St- Louis.. fl7!c0
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. $43.75
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and '
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Transit
limit ten days ln each direction. Stop
overs allowed. Through sleepers to St.
Loula without change. Choice of routes.
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
With sound-proof booths. Telephone
building. State street, city.
UTAH DAT AT WORLD'S FAIR.
Special rate for this occasion via Ore
gon Short Line and Union Pacific.
Dates of sale Oct. lGth and 17th. City
Ticket Office 201 Main St.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. Whit
aker & Dallay, manufacturers,
EXCURSIONS EAST f
Via Oregon Short Line. !
SL Louis and return $42.50 1
Chicago and return 4750
Chicago and return via St. Louis.'. 47,'so ''
SL Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75 I
Through Pullman sleepers via Union '
Pacific and Wabash llnea.
Tickets on Fale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars. I
City Ticket Office 201 Main St. !
MEN BEHIND THE GUN.
Uncle Sam's Gunners on New York 1
Break World's Record. 1
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14. News was j
brought to this city by the gunboat Ben- S
nlngton that Rear-Admiral C. F. Good- '2
rich's flagship, the New York, during her F
target practice last month In Magdalcna I
bay, Mexico, broke the world's record for r
flrlngHlght-inch guns, making the great- t
est scores, based on tlmo nnd accuracy J
ever made with guns of this caliber cither I
In our own or nny other naw. I
1 NOTABLE DEAD OF Jj j
lender company, died today.
CHICAGO. Oct. L. Joslyn who n
was Assistant Sccrclary of the In leri o? A
under President Arthur, is T dead at 3
Woodstock, 111. Ho sorvod In the CUM a
war as captain and was at various limes 3
a member of tho Illinois Legislature. 4
Court Legalizes Absence. fj
permission to be allowed to take th0 Sa?d S
minor outside the Suite of California Al- S
though tho child Is already 011 f. way C
to Luropc with its mother "ho court IS
Majority of House of Deputies Epis
copal Convention Decides
BOSTON. Oct. 14. Tho proposed amend
ment to the divorce canon was defeated
In the house of deputies of tho Episcopal
general convention today, irifty-ilvo dio
ceses voted ln favor, forty -live ugalnBt
nnd sixteen divided upon the -lucstlon of
Its adoption, and as the sixteen divided
dioceses are counted In the negative tho
amendment failed of a majority and was
lost. Tho vole by dioceses 0:1 the iu"S
ilon of adopting the amendment bicod.
Clerical deputies. CO yeas, 1 nays, 10 di
vided; lay deputies. IS yeas, 2t nays, C di
Pacific States Against Chango.
Practically the entire strength of tho
Middle Western States, the stronghold of
the high church party, declared for the
proposed reform, but tho Pacific State
and a number of the Southern States
voted ngalnst a change of the present
canon. Tho diocese of New York opposed
tho amendment, while that of Pennsyl
vania favored It In New England. Ver
mont, New Hampshire and western
Massachusetts voted for a change, as did
the lay deputies from Rhode Island The
clorlcal deputies from Maine favored the
amendment, but tho votes of Connecticut
and Massachusetts were cast in the nega
tive. Tho Issue whs not a party one, al
though the whole strength of tho high
church Xorco.s was given to the reform
movement. The presidt-nt of the house of
deputies. Rev. W. II. McKIm of Washing
ton, voted for the old canon, although
the clerical vote of his diocese supported
the proposed change.
What Amendment Proposed.
Tho amendment sought to prevent the
remarriage of divorced persons by clergy
men of tho denomination. Whllo tho
house of bishops may yet act on the mat
ter. It Is certain that no change will bo
made by the present convention.
The present law of the church, which
has been In operation since 1859. allows the
remarriage of tho Innocent party to a
divorce granted for Infidelity, At several
conventions attempts have been made to
repeal tlits law. and when a vote was
taken today by the house of deputies, sit
ting as a committee of the whole, on tho
question of reporting the proposed amend
ment to the house Itself, the reformers
wore successful by a vote of 211 to 191,
nnd this voto was regarded as represent
ing the actual strength of tho contending
Royal Bread Is pure; every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At all
grocers and flrat-class restaurants.
My Lady of j
the North I f
5f The new romance by the
author of n .When Wilderness ;
Was Kinft" is read'. j
9 It Is the love-story of a I
dashing Southern officer and 1
is even belter than Mr. Par-
rish's first book.
5 As!; your bookseller for it
whenever you are prepared l
to give up everything else to f
read it. Once fairly started t
you are lost to all outside I
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Good set of teeth. S5.00.
Gold fillings, Jl 00. S
Sliver fillings, C0c to S1.00, r
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All work dono by operator of ex- a
perience and ability ' !
IF YOU WANT THE BEST f
dental work for tho lowest prices f
YOU ARE LOOKING FOR US,
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Boston Dental Parlors j L
12C Main Streot. I
Hours, 8'00 to C.30; Sunday, 10 j
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VOGELER SEED & PRODUCE CO., '
Distributers of UTAH'S BEST ?
FLOUR, mado by tho Farmers' i
Union Roller Mills. Smithflold. I &
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HAIR BALSAM M
bX'iyT) Jii Clcaci and tMiitiric tho hilt MH
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tf)w"w Thiri Novor 5"nlli to Eostoro Oray UM
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l S ipHErE are few people who doubt Wine of Cardui AviU cure female vkiic
piMimM I No one doubts it who has tried it. But Wine of Cardui not only cures sickness, g ffl
B'SafSiS but prwent-? sickness. It is the medicine for every woman to take. Tnousands A fjt
I llSiHl (fell of womcn who do not complain of any serious sickness, often feel tired and worn T I jjj IS
1 1 out ater their dutics not only in cannff for their home, but ai work in the business NyfefcwJ? I M
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U Wi Wfi$lu W. Vine of Cardui reinforces tired out women's strength and makes them fit for ; I
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I !A VMltfir V is an invigorating tonic that is beneficial at any time. " C.' i U
M 1 la "ou should keep a bottle of Wine of Cardui in your home. f ryf-lf u ft
'i Wk m, J n I i
fflv Securo a $1.00 Bottlo of Wsna of Cardui from yowr fJruggrst today. 4, L $ 0
jfarly Clearance Sale of Fiee J
i A HATS
BEGINS SATURDAY MORNING, CONTINUING MONDAY r
5 AND TUESDAY, 17th nnd 18th
L All Imported patterns up to S-10 00. All Suits. Hats, Turbans, up to $10 i
reduced r reduced ' I
42 t0 $75 i
i All domestic patterns up to $25.00, All Velvet Toques, Turbans, up to y
I reduced & $7.50. reduced (rn 3
1 to 5I5 to $5.00 s
S All domestic patterns up to $15.00 Any Street Hat. trimmed or un- 3
; reduced trimmed, on a felt shape, wool or i
4 to IIO fur. during rt
this sale $3.00 h
SEE OUR $1 50 CLOTH HATS T O MATCH SUITS. ALL COLORS. !
; At , ! FiirsiisSiisigs
: HSrtOIS S : Tho important pnrt of a man's outfit
S" . Js his "Furnishings." It's tho protty
lOrSo I Ue' the nCat Shlrt' the correct collr
H ; and the right hosiery that does moro
y v ; than anything else to distinguish n
B..Ljinm.i iiu-i- .i'.-.IT7 man as a good dresser.
Everything that's correct, smart and right is found In our Fur
ONEPRICE, 45-47 MAIN.
Photo Supply Co.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Eodnks, Supplies, Finishing
3rd So. and Main St.
Mffs SanfaS-Pepsin Capsules
10. A POSITIVE CURE
y to" Uln.ldcrtnd DlwoseU KM-
mi21 Rqiilchly and Permanently tl
Mh it Wworat cwi of Conorrhoyj;
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Vr-pl& I hQrnilcei, Sold b7 flracdlat
SPTI,E SAHTAL-PEPSIN GO-
Wt 7iUcloatQlco. Ohio
J. HILL DRUO CO.. Salt Lnke City.
' AESQIVTELV PURE
As Smooth I
! As Silk
SCHRAMM'S THEATRICAL :
COLD CREAI Is the most perfect C
food for the skin under tho climatic
conditions which arc j)revclont ln : I
this ultltude. It is soothing and :
healing to chapped, hands and faco ,
j and docs not clog the pores of the C .
1 akin. On -account of Its perfect
j purity it Is a mnssago cream of
J exceptional tiuallty nnd Instantly y I
I heals all roughness and soreness I
caused by wind or sun. Three :
sizes, 25, E0 and 75 cent Jars. ;
SJvm. NATTCLTSSa:aSS I
H 61, 63, 65 MAIN STREET. B !
j! our Honolulu t
OFFICE IS J.e?
Tho rating books for the lslandj l flf
are being delivered. We are collect- p
lng bad debts over there. "Wo col- f
lected recently $35 for J D. Hag. ,' -ai
man, the tailor of. Salt Lake City. , .J.3
It was an old bill; he thought It lost
"We are offering for $1500 an lntercs f:
in the Honolulu businees for rale . tT
to a capable man or woman to take
charge of the business there as 1 A
manager, with guaranteed salary r
and results. Our Boise City office
Is managed by Mrs A W Long to
Miss Lemmon, now of Honolulu,
organized and established the Idaho 5
business, as well as the Honolulu m
business. As each branch becomes
thoroughly established wo open new
offlcea The Los Angeles office will
H be naxt to bo opened, and the association will gradually be extended, ' K
j covering San Francisco. Portland, Seattle and other points. All of the 1 f
i business for these points Is now handled through our otaoclate offices. To $
j the right person this is an excellent opportunity to get an established Bi
income ln a permanent business in one of the richest and most natural h
I V garden spots of the Western world- The Islands are the renting place sT
for all the entire Oriental trade and tourist travel, and every one who .(
I I hoc ever been there sings their praises. Commercially they otnr.d
!- in the direct path with all Western progress, and Join naturally &
In the future wealth of the Philippine, Japanese and Chinese J
I trade, that all the Western railroads aro now striving so hard ' fl
f to capture and control. All our offices are under my general : iVi
supervision and direction, nnd aro conducted upon the same systematic j ;S
i plan that has built up the Salt Lake City business during the past cloven jm
I and a half years. M
r If you have bad debts you want collected, sec us any time. If you i
f want to Join us In our progress and buy ah interest in the Honolulu !q
r buslnera, see us at once. This Is the only opening we will have until the I it
Los Angeles business Is ready. y
I MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ISS1 I
t FRANCIS G. LUKE, Genl. Mgr. L iG1
i Scientific collectors of bad dob ts.
'l Publishers of credit rating books, reporters of how peoplo pay. 'I'j,
,d General offices top floor Commercial BIk., Salt Lake City. 9 u
, I Idnho offices. Union block, Boise City. ,(tr
j. HavaiLm offices, Progress block, Honolulu City, 2S associate office I !s:
t Some people don't like us. j rib
PSlS JS? tHIFand cure l&mK $
KrtJ&3ijr JZA noa Limux troubles. Aathm.i Stnmnrh 1 i v.. KttsriViiA
Wit ' V'. S?1110 Complaint Chronlo D'joabc. or ti?HVi oi
-iv3 on ind Children. Ucari DlVewe Vb?1 V fiJ&UV
4 S(J? Sterility. Kiciou. Spina TYouble Sklr ?nu 5?
lS-J YJL SUW- JDmnln. etc.. and aU Norvoui AiJ,, rA
SmTT&M an00af1rhva,,dU,3t?1:J" ol men. to chow our Mftffi i
,or 0Ur '"a until, 0 cure is edecSed. dil o. w. ihos. ;
LTo'jIm" WEAK MKMl VARICOCELE. j
tborouKlx. Not ouo of a A !
our pailont.1 hrm cvor 1 n "' wr"- - Abtolutelr polnlosi gi.
H uVJ m rnlapno nnor fV .il. ..... . . - treatment tbat ituti v
ourod. nnd wo cs.-o lu f'Si??? of.ouronlo Infl&mraatlo.n In Kato our netboa It t'
leu Otna than tho or- dTMpnMnn"1."'1, rouKton by early 1 tbo only thoroccM; P
! dlnary forma of treat- mrf or "y tho 'mpropcr treat- eclontlOc treatment for rfc
raont require. cmnUt- S n? ontrotoa disease. A tnl"" Jlwi'o tclnj ca W
tS.tairlo? hJi h'.J0 ll i: "iB'nal oolcntUlc Vn, : Stricture. Vl h &
! tSuw P 60nou8 gcraanoni roitorutlon of atrerirt nni nlno nmonff tUo dl. !k
Wfc vlcorbo accorapllihea- " aaA seufcet. wo can to A?
' ' rftiiy cured. ,Sf
KOms CURES BY via ir
n 11 - - Mi
Matches, 1 doz. box 1n
rnp;cks,a.:::;:::;;:Lc Bcr:Gloves t 1
TorchoaLaco.;. " B1 Muslin 7c
Meat Platters .. Bowl a Pitcher 95c f
Buy Your Tinware. Graniteware and Dishes from Us.
mnffhl till H-' 1 ftWHH -UYHrf LLaar