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. . PAQBTWteBVB - ' ' " - ' - - ' THE SALT T.ATTF, TTgrRTTNTTC. ffHUB SD AT M0E2OTG, OCTOBER 20 1Qn.jL .
I I IRS. ALLOT
I , BEGINS A SU11
Asks That Deed Be
I . Set Aside
;i Cemplaint Alleges No Con
, jl , sideration Was Ever
! '.rj: Paid.
jlj -Sensational Charges of Trickery and
! I v. Praud Are Mado Against
! , Ida Fitrgerald. s
.: f "
!? ; .-fM1 - . "
ii: COURT CALENDAR.
. ' J
Cases Set lor Today. .
-f- DISTRICT COURT. -f
4- Division No. l-Judere HaJI.
' -f Salt Lake Iirveatmont Co. ts.
'. Jobs N. Pox.
1 -f- Division No. 2 Judge Stewart) -f
, 4- No court. 4
, 4 Division No. 2 Judge Morae. 4
4- No court." 4
' 4 Division No. 3 Judgo Lewis. 4
,j 4- E. M, Went & Co. va. A. J.
, 4- Cronln 4-
4 CITr COURT.
4 Civil division Judge Tanner. 4
4- Schuergcr vs. Campbell Building 4
i, 4 Co.
I 4 Utah National bank vs. Hayw -f
. I 4- and Candland. 4
! 4 4- 4- 4: 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4 . 4
J Mrs. Josephine 'Allcock has tiled eult
against Ida Fitzgerald and Ruaael T.i.
Tracy to quiet title to the promlaea of
'! which ahe said she had been defrauded
about a month ago. She alleges In the
complaint that Mra. Ida Fitzgerald ob
tained the deed to the property "without
any compensation to her, and that Mrs,
i Fitzgerald had the deed recorded and
executed a mortgage on the property to
Russel Tracy for $500.
Ejected Mrs. Fitzgerald.
This la the sequel to a complaint filed
1, some time ago by lira. Fitzgerald
L claiming- that Airs. Allcock had vln-
III. lently ejected her from the premlsea
; 1 in question, which ahe claimed to have
I purchused from the plaintiff In the pres-
ii ent suit. Mrs. Allcock at the time al
leged, as she does Iiv the present suit,
that Mry. Fitzgerald obtained the deed
, from her by a trick, and never paid her
a cent of the 53000 "which was (o have
l! heen the price.
!' It Is claimed by Mrs, Allcock's rela
tions that she Is a very simple-minded
t V woman, and lias been the victim of slml-
v lar schemes before.
, j . The Charges Made.
! I . The complaint alleges that the de-
1 fendant procured and induced Mrs.
I , Allcock to execute the deed of convey-
Ii ance wltli intent to cheat and de-
, ,: fraud the plaintiff out of her land; that i
jj the defendant Is financially worthless,
I and that. the mortgage 011 the property
I j to Russel Tracy clouds her title to it.
I j Wherefore she prays that the deed be
I ' cancelled and that her title to the said
j ,( premises be quieted and Mre, Fitzgerald
' ' be forever barred from having" or claim-
! ing" any right or title to the premises,
and that the mortgage be declared void
II DIVORCED' AFTER 32 YEARS.
I !; Sarah C. Folsom. Is Released From
I ' Her Husband, "William B.
I 1 ; Judge Hall yesterday granted Sarah
j C. Folsom a degree of divorce from "WU-
1 j lla"1 33- Folsom on the grounds of
j 11 failure to support herself and their
! ; minor children. She was also awarded
j I alimony In the sum of ?10 a month. Thev
i were married at Salt Lake City in May
3S72. and' lived together for thirty-two
1 1 years.
1; On the same grounds Jenta Smith
1 Melton was awarded a decree of divorce
J from her husband, Henry Wood Melton
1 I with the custody of their one-month old
' daughter. This casa was' hurried
: through, as the complaint was onlv filed
, ! , the day before yesterday. The d'sfend-
j ant accepted service and waived the
!. legal delays and the case was tried at
Ml THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL.
. I! Few People Know How Useful It Is
, jt in Preserving" Health, and Beauty.
' , Nearly everybody knows that charcoal
1 . 1r the safest and most efficient dlalnfect-
b' ii' ant and purifier In nature, but few re all re
f ! Ho valuo when taken Into the human sya-
H tern for the same cleansing purpose
Charcoal Is a remedy that tho more vmi
take of it tho better; It la riot a drutr at
,1 all. but simply absorbs the gases and 1m.
L ,' purities always present in the stomach
1 I ' and Intestines and carries them out of th
Ii' Charcoal sweetens tho breath after
1 , smoking, drinking or after eating onlona
!. and other odorous vegetables. on3
": Charcoal effectually clears and Improves
1 , j tho complexion. It whitens tho teeth nnS
1 f further acts as a natural and eminently
1 j ! safe cathartic.
!! It absorbs tho injurious gases which
collect in the stomach and bowels- it din
ji Infects the mouth and throat from f hi
1 V poison of catarrh. rora lho
1 ! All druggists sell charcoal in ono form
l or another, but probably the best charcoal
ond the moat for tho money Is In StuartB
' Charcoal Lozenges- they are composed n?
the nneat powdered, Willow charcol! ar?d
I I other harmless antiseptics In tablet form
L ! or rather in the form of large, pleasant
jil tisUng lozenges, the charcoal belnsr rnlv
j with honey.
H The dally use of these lozenges win
tell in a .much improved conflUon ofSthe
( general , health, bettor complexion, swer
breath and purer blood, and tho beautvof
'" It la, that no possible harm can resiiiif
from their continued use. but on thocon
trary, great benefit. " ino con-
vA ?.uffa, Physician In speaking of the
benefits of charcoal, says: "r advin.
! Stuart's Cliarcoal Lozenges to all paUentS
it suffering from gas In atomach and bowebf
,! and to clear the complexion and purlfr thZ
breath, mouth and throat; I also belle!
the liver Id greatly benefited by tho daliv
t-ae of them; they cost but 25 cents a box
at drug stores, and although In some sense
H,. a Patcnt preparation, yet I believe I ret
more and better charcoal In Stuart'
H Charcoal lozenges than in any of the or
dlnary charcoal lablotB." or'
Andrew Robson,, who will appear with Jane Corcoran in "Pretty
I'AffBT," at the Salt Lake Theatre.
once. The plaintiff got ?C0 alimony at
the rate of ?6 a month.
Nina Is One Too Many for Him.
Cruelty and adultery are the charges
made against Mrs. Nina Wood bv her
husband. Rolla A. Wood. He filed suit
for dlvorco in tho District court yester
day. Ho alleges thut 011 or about the 6th
of April, his wife committed adul
tery with one Peter Johnson, and also
with divers other persons whose names
ara unknown to the plaintiff. Besides
this, he complains that Mrs. Wood has
caused him great mental dllrvsa since
their marriage by her cruel treatment of
him; that she drove hlin from their home
and used Insolent nnd profane and vile
language towards him, and became and
remained violontly angry with her Iuim
bnnd without Jimt cause or provocation.
He alfo makes the charge thut his wife
consorted with disreputable persons In
dlareputuble purls of Suit Lake City dur
ing the months of March and April In 1
They wore married In Los Angeles In
Supreme Court Adjourns for Term.
The Supreme court adjourned yesterday
for the term until January 3. The term
was to have continued until October 20.
but the court came to the conclusion yes
terday that It would bo beat to close
the session at once. The reason for this
Is the coming retirement of Chief Justice
Baskln. Thorn la a great deal of busi
ness already beforo the court, and as
there Is not much time to finish It up
before the end of the year and the re
tirement of the Chjef Justice. It was"
thought advisable to wait until the new
Justice comes to the bench before any
more business Is taken up.
Court Notes. , ,
Attorney-General Broeden spent. yester
day In Tooele, where he went to take,
part In the defense of a case'' brought
against State Sheep "Inspector Jesse M:
Smith for the alleged unlawful Impound
ing of sheep. A number of fine legal
polntB are Involved In the ease and Uiol
outcome of the trial will be of Interest
to citizens us well as to the sheepmen
of the State.
Judgo Hall made an order for the sale
of the property Involved In the case of
Florence Y. Brastow vs George B Bras
tow and George U. Brastow as adminis
trator of the estate of ICatherlne Bras
tow deceased This Is a suit for divorce
on the ground of failure to support. One
third of the proceeds of the eale. In or
dered to be deposited with tho Clerk of
the Court. The defendants In tho' suit
had a one-third Interest In the estate of
the late Katherlne Brastow, which con
sists of some property In Salt Lake. The
plaintiff heard that her husband was go
ing to have the property sold, which
would have made the Judgment which
1 she might have obtained afterward In
effectual Judge Lewis yesterday granted Judg
ment by default to I. N. Parker In his
suit against Peter Fransdcn J. W. Seelv
and James ir. WllcoK for 9W, and JI1.60
Via Oregon Short Line.
St, Louis and return
Chicago and return 47:50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
ench week. See agents for particulars.
City TicketOffice 201 Main St.
I WEATHER RECORD t
Weather for Today Fair: warmer
Yesterday's record at the local office of
the weatner bureau
Maximum tcmporaturc. 6L degrees; min
imum temperature, 32 degrees: mean tem
perature. -16 degrees, which Is 5 decrees
below the normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
sinco tho first of tho month. 14 degrees
Accumulated excess- of- tcmpcraturo
since January 1, 6 degrees.
Total precipitation from 6 p, m. to C d
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since the first of the month, ,S Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco January 1, 2.76 Inches.
Ablleno 80 Lo Angeles S2
Ashevllle 76 Miles City . (fl
Atlanta. VCModcna r
Bismarck Montgomery K
Boston TCMoorhead ....... 5"
Buffalo 62 New Orleans SO
Cairo , 78Now York 78
Calgary .... 4S Norfolk 7a
Charleston "BNorthtleld f
Chicago 78 North Platte .".'.' 44
Cincinnati .. ..... ?0Oklahoma S2
Denver 74 Omaha C4
Detroit 74 Phoenix SO
Dodge GOPlttsburg 7s
Duluth 54 Portland 66T
El Paso t5 Rapid Citjv.. .is
Galveston ... fOSt. Louis 75
Grand Junction... cost. Paul .. k-
gavre 60S. Sle. Marie.'.".".'.'." 63.
Helena oOSan Francisco 70
Huron ...... ...... fiOSanta Fo 4s
Jacksonville 7dScranton 7
Kumloops 62Spokane . fii
Kansas City 76Swift Current 60
Knoxvlllc TfiU-ashlngton S3
TM"??erW; UWlnnemucca 60
Little Rock 7S Winnipeg &s
Educators of Deaf Confer.
ST. LOUIS Oct in.-At tho congress
of heads of Schools for the Deaf today
a paper wis read by v. Wilkinson of.
Berkeley, Cal.. on "Advantages and Dis
advantages of Day Schools,"
Two ways to deal: (i) let
the buyer look-out for her
self; (2) look-out for her.
There is no middle way.
Your xrocer 'Curoi yocr nwity if you doo't Uka
I HAPPENINSS ABAD
WALMliR C.ASTLK. Oct. 13. Lady Cur
zon Is progressing so favorably tint t here
after only one bulletin will be given out
CHEFOO. Oct. 19. Nothing new con
cernliiK the operations at Port Arthur
leached Chefoo today.
LONDON. Oct. 19. A. Hart McKeo and
I tMrs. Hugh Tevls passed through London
last week on their way to Egypt- Tho
latter Informed a friend In London that
alio had no Intention or getting married
ROME. Oct. 19. Several bishops of
North Italy, including Cardinal Ferrari,
archbishop of Milan, and a close .friend
of the Pope, have petitioned him person
ally to consider whether the moment has
not arrived to allow Catholics to partici
pate in the general elections.
KORSOER Island of Zealand. Den
mark. Oct. 10. The Russiun Baltic licet.
coiiBlHlIng of fifteen battleships and
cruisers, seven torpedo boats and four
colliers, has traversed the great belt, go
VIENNA, Oct. I'J.-Otto Taussig, who
absconded October 11 at about the time
his brother Victor, head of the firm of
S. TausKlg & Co.. committed suicide. ha
been arrested" In the Canary Islands. Otto
Is 1 barged with carrying off ttlO.OOO of the
Elegantly appolnte'd rooms,
Single or ensulte,
With or without bath.
Winter rates now effective.
American or European.
j Mlssionaiy Society Closes Meeting.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 19 -The final session
of the American Chiietian Missionary so
ciety was hold today In Music hall. The
feature was a meotlng of the business
men from all parts of tho country who
are members of tho Christian church and
united In missionary work. The topic of
discussion was financial questions.
To amateur photographers. An ex
pert Velox worker will -give a demon
stration of the working of Velox pa
per Thursday, October 20. from 2 to 5
and 7 to 9 p. m at the Salt Lake Photo
Supply Co., 4 East Third South.
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 19. Todav's state
ment of tho treasury balances In the
genernl fund, exclusive of tho flGO.CCO.0tO
gold reserve In the division of redemption,
shows: Avnllablo cash balances, 5117.479 -16S;
Young & Fowler have mpved. Now
located in tho new basement at 32 Main
street, opposite Z. C. M. I.
One Wife Too Many.
CHICAGO Oct. 19.-F. B. r.irrott as- I
slstont superintendent of a prominent life
Insurance company, was arrested here to
day on a warrant charging- blgamv. It Is
charged that a packngo of goods directed
to Porrott's second wife fell Into tho hands
of Mrs Parrot No 1 nnd led to tho dls- I
covcry of Pnrrott's nllcgoU double life
CHOKING CATARRH CURED
Mr. Caswell Says, "Hyomei Cured
Me-" Your Money Back If It Does
Not Cure You.
"Use Hyomei and be cured of ca
tarrh," is what all who have tried it
for that disease say to their friends.
, O. S. Caswell of North MIddleboro,
Mass., writes: "Hyomei has relieved
me from a choking catarrhal trouble
and cleared "by head. I am glad to rec
ommend it to my friends." ,
It is the easiest thing In the world to
stop catarrh or a catarrhal cold at its
beginning if you use Hyomei. Just
breathe the health-giving, balsamic air
for a, few minutes and your catarrh will
In this and neighboring towns, thero
are hundreds that can testify to the re
markable powers of Hyomei to cure ca
tarrh. Many of the staunchest friends
of this remedy began Its use with little
hope that they would be cured, but as
F. C. Schramm offered to refund tho
money If it did not benefit, they decided
to try it on that plan, and were toon I
restored to health.
for'infants and Children.
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUn CO1PNV, 7T MUKfllkV OTnCCT. NC YOHK CITY.
j Will Place On Larg Lot, of
! v ON SALE.' l
Ii .We hare received very large shipments too late for early I
y trade, and we will give some wonderful bargains to our cud- I
Eg turners. Handsome Velvet, Broadcloth and Gents' Suitings in J
M this lot at
I $1730 to $50 - i
j : One Sperial lol of Smart Hats
V $2.00 to $5.00 ' j
TYe have the only correct Toggery, such as Ladies' Belts,
Lace Collars and OofTs, and all the Finishing Touches that go j
. with Ladies' Smart Dress. . jj
: Call and see the correct' Dress for Women. 3
:k3 ' u
II At I jjj EMajua
: I Barton's J-J2nT
j $3.00 is a popular price to pay for jj
" I . hat. At this price we give you all I
the style, g-ood looks and good service
EssaKSSBaEsssafa that it's possible to get into a hat.
WE SELL THE VERY BEST $3 HATS
B We don't know of a better one, neither does any one else. Come ;
here for your hat. Your winter underwear, suit or overcoat is here. '
J ONE-PRICE, 45-47 MAIN.
!TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
have decided to be married. Will the hus-
I band who is waiting for me somewhere in the
"Encircling Qood" kindly come and claim me
I without needless delay. I
I ' Address, MISS PHILURA,
I , x Pare A. R. Derge & Co.,
I t Leading Booksellers, 1
I , If th burnt offerings of the ancients had been I
$ Cressida cigars tho gods would have granted every-one t
"Tbf 'them everlas'ting blessings. !
f- RIEGEB. & I1INDLEY, I
"Tho "Wniskey Merchants."
i Buy $3 Waists From this Lot gfej
j Ttarsday Only as jlxjl,
J'& About 250 walstA All this season-. W
I i fSsJMg latest raaterlals- yl8 and colors. p I,
? i SM nel' albatross, wool serge, T I
I t W''-' checked and Oxford mixed iWced ? 1'
? " TSp A5-1 elt' "waistingy and cashmere; tucfc Bi
i VJVIa shirred and pleated off eels. Coma t Krl 1
l JS? black, navy, cardinal, rose, roval.broV-. fsoisi:
1 ! WuAva light blue. pink, pale green and varklt L Hip
I COmb U" folors- Youi" P'ck of the
I A GREAT SUCCESS 1S0UR REMARKABLE SALEOF I
MILL-ENDS 5 DOMESTICS'
ALL SHORT LOOM. REMNANTS OF FLANNELETTES. OlUxt 1$
AND SWANSDOWN FLANNELS, CAIBRICS. PERCALES. MUSLW
; : GINGnAMS, DOMET FLANNELS, TOWELING S, AVAISTINGS fc
' IMMENSE COLLECTION, LENGTHS 1 TO 10 YARDS. ' 'U ul i
At lA Under Regular Prices
Can be had if you beginRg
now. Don't wait till tMgj
last minute. Other pcA
pie obtain money ME
. old bills why shoulda'tK,
you? We can't collcciEV
o them if you don't tuiaBjJ
them in. Try W
i Merchants9 Protective Ass'n.p
Srienlinc qollectors of Bad Debts for Everybody. 3 Pc
FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. nt
Offices: Top Floor Commsrcial Block
Some People Don't Like I's. Kbi
LOOK FOR OUR NEXT 1
! 241 MMN STREET
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