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I pKiDAYMOItOTSG, OCTOBER 28, ISOf. . THE SAXT LAKE TBIBTJNE. page eleven i
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V , rom0 to Ogden. opposite tho
lT w?Lt The celebrated Oatjrmoor
Uh I v.TITRAL LITHIA WATER, fl
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JDBLOSSER. J. L. BLOSSSR.
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O LTMrst Parlor. 2177 Washington avt
rgjl f OGDEN", UTAH.
1 , wish to buy or sell a tlckot
rlS W a BAKER, TUB OGDEN
STirr-r BROKER Only member of tho
2 Association In Ogden. 1S7 25th
W S vodc from the Union depot. Tele-
3, V Building Now County Jail.
Li to The Tribune.
in Ml HAM. OcL 27. The old county Jail
PEte torn down this week and con-
racUon work begun on the now county
I if It Is to bs built of red sandstone
. tn th wuare and finished In brick.
arenro'r.o prisoners at present a good
', tt to make the change.
Lcday funeral services were held over
. reroalns of Mrs. Loulso Grachl. who
5tt4 u tbe advanced age of S2 years. She
E-i among Uie early pioneers to this city
A Slate. Joseph and Lorenzo Graehl,
; ft of htr sons, of Butte. Mont., came
u HD nnd attended the services. Tho
' nls ml offerings were numerous and bcautl-
ft. Halloween ball is announced at tho
ademy of Music for Monday evening
t The candidates of both parties will
ertprcftntEd In burlesque costumes and
RADHg (Jollr time Is anticipated.
a A wit hs boon Instituted In the Dle-rrr-
rkl court against Erlgham by the Amor
Em, 4 na Brldgo company to recover S2G27 and
IX&v rtctst from November 1, IMC the
' Bount due for laying a steel pipe for the
oifcr plant Tho city acknowledges tho
(JU but the money haa to come from the
ixrt, which are not all In, so tho pay
' tent will have to be deferred.
RMidecls of the Bear River valley arc
a rj- My this week harvesting tholr sugar
. h'j. The crop Is reported to be excel-
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' Saturday nlcht the membprs of the
A" m It Growers' association will meet at
iLgh tt, courthouse and consider a proposl-
jfc Ita of buying a carload of coal for tho
waters of the association. It will be
ffct'S vinE f about ?1 on a ton and will be
m L t srat benefit to the members,
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f. -R .. Pcarse, Sr.. and daughter, Misa
'jg Irn Ptarse, of Amsterdam, N. Y.. are the
Kits this week of Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
D 02 fcrsi.
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A nOmber of our sheepmen have con
icted their wxt year's wool crop at
tHtbtttn cents per round and have re
IE. Wh the payment in advance.
I Sues for Payment on Goods.
"tail t0 Thfi Tribune.
. 1i PROVO. Oct 27-Pnul Jones & Co. bc-
in suit against Bowen brothers of Provo
CR,)G 5 the num of 55.17. said to bo due plaln-
j. Dl Cs for goods sold by defendant and not
1 kxA VC. Kern has petitioned the court
; la ?lvorce from Oliver T. Kern on the
i roimds of non-supporL Tho couple
vw" ,"arrl8d May. 1901. and have ono
tab fi S?u?,.reaiX ?ld' l,,e custwly of which
1Kb mouW desires,
2)ejl'ow,n marriage licenses were is-
rf?""5- Joficph A Woodhead. aged IS,
' 5 V0, 10 Sarah Rasmusscn. aged 17.
1 5 5ovo; H,ao Tomaa Massey, aged 31.
' 10 IIclcna Strong, aged 25, of
SSif1 Sf f. J- Knight vs. Provo, a
33r;'11 ot,h!s I'Qiior license was decided
??ihl ,f ) 10 ?Uy b' Jlldeo Booth yes
a? Ul0 temporary Injunction dls-
- "ifSemct!80 WI" b appCa,Cd 10 the
Sl IJ Pfrsons interested arc rc-
2 M t0 send In their names.
'L ttn1' suP'it'indeiit of the
,S" J Lt,V?n".lj Infirmary, brought In six
-J fife? ?fbcdK?nulhe ""Irmary faru . the
1 S ,Si ? hlcn whined, four pounds
JJ tt" lumeU th0 "ales at five
SRlvf t51.Is 11:6 Pr0T0 BPert for The Salt
' B bSwi"6' ni Wcat Center sireot.
.Kioiv11"? d0vcrlea attended to
KSm T 'nB,ar,nl Prompt delivery and
Tho inHmcn .Persons wishing to
ri &Wtst deiiWy Trlhune only caa ha.v
to their homei.
SS"cSnSS?.Sf1V0 a Woll-Bnlanoecl
b?JPle rb3cct 10 BiIius attacks,
KderVUr lrom Stomachic dis-
lUth Jr5,?anlic succe and genuine
' BTthe fLrI0f the'f excellence lies
e. ?ltt&d rtfnSI?. 0 contine its al-
ff KHftH'S PSLLS
ii S lSnn!lleJr rePution for keep-
GdiG0d HeaUh ai5.
... JjHW'S PILLS
J. S. SCXpcnencc ough many
i. W,nBo, I0c.and26c.
WELL-KNOWN OGDEN MAN
DROWNS IN ALASKAN RIVER
Special to Tho Tribune
OGDEN, Oct. 27. Claud B, Ives received
a telegram from Seattle tonight which
said that a cablegram had Just been re
ceived here from Valder., Alaska, an
nouncing the death of his brother William
B Ives by drowning. No particulars
were glvon. Mr. Ives has wired north in
an endeavor to ascertain the particulars
of his brother's death.
Bruco Ives, as he was familiarly called,
was SO years old. Ho was born at Inde
pendence, Kan., and Is tho Bon of Mr. and
Mrs, Norman H. Ives, and has resided In
Ogden off and on for about fifteen years.
Ho was widely known here and was very
popular with all who knew him. For two
years he was In tho grocery business in
this city, selling out about a year ago
and starting for Alaska. During the In
tervening time he has been on tho coast,
leaving a short time ago for Alaska. The
last letter recelvod from htm camo from
Seattle and announced that he was going
North. He did not say whero, but It was
presumed that ho was going to Join his
brother in the Alaskan Interior.
The Working Men's Republican club
advertised a big rally for tonight, but tho
size of tho demonstration exceeded all ex
pectations Tho biggest thing In evidence
at tho meeting was a barrel of beer, a
keg of Old Crow and a few boxes of
cigars. The fonnor two were exhausted
and seemed to be tho most popular things
In the house The political complexion of
tho gathering was cosmopolitan In the ex
treme. If thero was nny party on earth
that was not represented it was not ap
parent. As the numbers present Visited
the refreshment booths, so their hilarity
grow and it finally reached such a stago
that It was necessary for police officers
to quiet them. Tho programme consisted
of songs and speeches and tho crowd was
still celebrating at midnight
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Manager Joe Woods and his string of
fighters, Aurelio and Mouro Herrcra,
Morris Thompson and KJd Harman left
today for Milwaukee, where Aurelio Iler
rera Is to light Morris Saycrs next month.
The hello girls of tho two telephone sys
tems were the guests of Manager Grant
tonight at the performance of "A Run
Sheriff Mcrr of Summit county was In
town tonight looking for the thieves who
burglarized a storo at Coalville last night.
Tho Republicans held a smoker at their
headquarters tonight, nddrcssed by Judge
Adee Capl. Hulanlskl and Mayor Glas
mann. During tho course of miscellaneous
talks a Socialist in the audience chal
lenged some of tho speakers' statements
and the meeting was enlivened by a. little
argument between the two. which was
finally settled by Mr. Hulanlskl calling for
tho next number on the programme
The canning season In Weber county
virtually is closed. The farmers this
year have received more money for their
tomatoes than for any year past, and
the output of tho factories has about all
been disposed of. The average yield this
year Is about sixteen tons to the acre
and the average price, IS per ton, or $12$
J. C. Nye has returned from a visit to
the SL Louis world's fair.
Mrs. Alia Costello was today granted
a divorce from Frank Costello. The hus
band Is given the custody of the minor
Judge Rolapp will hold a session of tho
District court at Farmlngton beginning
today and lasting until November 1.
It is reported that II M. Allen, district
superintendent of tho Pullman company,
has been promoted to the district super
Intendency at Denver. Mr. Allen dis
claims all knowledge of the matter
BtaiD tho Tl10 Kind Yoo Hare Always Bougfr
Pullman 0b3orvation Cars
Are still being operated between Ogden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains in daylight. Diverse
route tickets cost no more. See that
j ticket reads at least ono way via Col-
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
DEVELOPING OLD MILLER
MINE INTO FINE PROPERTY
Special to The Tribune
AMERICAN FORK, Oct. 27. The Wyo
ming lease on the old Miller mine has
proved to be ono of the most valuable
pieces of property In tho American Fork
canyon, Gcorgo and Francis Tyng, East
ern men, aro tho operators. The miners
discovered the vast body of oro near an
old drift which had been made by tho old
Miller pcoplo about thirty years ago. It
appears that thero would bo at least 200
tons of good shipping ore Every avail
able team In this vicinity was put to work
freighting the oro from 4hc canyon to
the cars nt this place At present there
are twelve teams engaged In freighting
the ore. For this $5 per ton. is paid for
fifteen miles' distance At present tho
company has shipped two cars of oro to
th smelters and haa on the dump nearly
2000 sacks awaiting transportation.
Tho Pittsburg mine, tho owners of
which are some prominent Salt Lako
mining men. Is also a bright and promis
ing canyon mine The ore Is of a good
Judge Baskin of Salt Lako came down
thlB morning und In company with
Charles D. Hanks of this plnco left for
the canyon mines. While gono they will
Inspect the Goodsell mlno. of which Judge
Baskin Is tho principal owner, as well as
other mining property which the Judge
is Interested in.
John H. Wooton of this place Republi
can candidate for tho. State Legislature,
and Harrv H. ClulY of Provo held a rally
In Lake View last evening. The school
house was filled to overflowing.
A report reached hero today of the se
rious injur of Samuel Kcams of this
placo In a Bingham mine Mr. Kcarns
was crushed by some heavy rock falling
on him. Ho was taken to tho Salt Lako
Raymond Singleton of Los Angeles, Cal.,
came hero yesterday for a visit as tho
guest of his brother, Leo Singleton. Ho
expects to make his future home in Utah,
possibly in American Fork-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ovard and family
of this plnco left here last evening for
Preston, Idaho, whero Mr. Ovard haB pur
chased a home. Mr. Ovard sold his
place here to John Rasmunson of Draper,
Utah, for $1100.
A prominent Democrat here closed a
hot yesterday that tho new American
party would poll more than 4000 votes In
tho State. He Is on the lookout for more
of. such money.
I PARK CITY j
' TEZBUNE BUPJ3ATJ, 1
IB W N. Main Street Tclcpnono 7i 3
MllrfWPit nl'i HWIMIII II IW II II Mlihi
VOLUNTEER FIREMEN TALK
OVER NEW FIRE ENGINES
Special to The- Tribune
PARK CITY, Oct 27. Thero was a large
attendance at tho regular meeting of tho
volunteer firemen at tho city hall last
evening. The chief busJnoss was to hear
and to recolvo the report of the commit
tee appointed about two months ago to
look Into tho matter of purchasing now
chemicals. This committee consisted of
J. M. Lockhart, L. E. Hubbard and J. H
Widdlson, and. they recommended tho
purchnne of-three forty-gallon chemicals,
costing $750. to bo used Instead of tho large
chemical now in use The same commit
tee was authorized to bring the matter
before tho City Council at Its next reg
ular meeting. Some few desired still to
uso the largo chemical and to recom
mend that tho city purehaso two horses
and keep them in readiness to be used
Virtually all present agreed that this was
the best plan, but tho majority woro of
tho opinion that at present the city wan
not in a financial Condition to take such
action. If tho City. Council acts favora
bly upon this recommendation, tho tire
men will give a balj. tho net proceeds to
be applied toward the purchase of the
Norman Jeff, who came hero a few days
ago, died of pneumonia quite suddenly
yesterday afternoon. Jeff came here from
British Columbia and secured work at tho
Daly West, where he worked a shift and
a half. Night before last he was not feel
ing well nnd walked down town, a dis
tance of two and a half miles, to procuro
some medicine He got a proscription
filled at Rosevcar's drug store and re
turned to tho mine. Yesterday morning
he was found to be much worse, and Dr.
Bnrdsley was summoned. Tho latter pro
nounced the . case to be pneumonia and
recommended the patient's removal to tho
hospital. Accordingly, a team was sent
for and the sick man started, but beforo
the Daly-Judge mlno was reached tho man
was dead. Tho body was taken to Rich
ardson's undertaking parlors, where It la
being held until word can bo received
from the dead man's relatives In British
Dr. and Mrs. McEnery returned to Salt
Lake City yesterday afternoon, after a
plea?ant visit In the camp.
"ft O ft
Mrs. A. A. Plko and children arc visit
ing relatives and friends In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Gomcr Thomns of Salt
Lake were In the camp yesterday, tho
guest3 of their son.
County Superintendent of Schools Boy
den of Coalvlllo c&mc up yesterday and
Is wpending the remainder of the week vis
iting tho schools of Park City and Par
E. W. Berry and Dan B. Shields wont
over to Woodland this evening on a cam
The Diamond Nimrod people are at
present busy bnlllng tho water from the
old West Ontario shaft, this being done
merely as an experiment' to ascertain
whether the condition of affairs will Jus
tify working In that shaft.
The new trestle nt tho Wabash has just
been completed and the track Is now be
ing laid thereon. This trestle extends
across the road and will enable tho com
pany to extend Its dump. Otherwise
there Is nothing new to report on this
property. The usual work Is done, but
there have been no now developments for
Virtually all of the water Is now out
of the West Qulncy and tomorrow or next
day the work of digging the shaft from
the OXl level will begin. Tho new pump
now situated on that lovel easily keeps
the water from the shaft, so that In future
no trouble will be experienced from that
source. During the winter the work at
this property will bo pushed forward with
all possible speed. While some drifting
will bo done op the COO. St is not the in
tention of .those In charge to do much of
this kind of work until the S0O level Is
Change in the Cool Business.
Special to The Tribune.
PAYSON, Oct. 27. The coal business
which has been conducted here for sev
eral years by Samuel Douglass has- been
purchased by Charles C. F. Dixon.
Jesse Miles and James Craven have bo
gun tho orcction of a brick blacksmith
shop on Depot street. Tho building will
be 2Sx50 feet
A wedding reception was given last
evening at the home of Mrs. Robert
Smith In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
C. Done who were married a fow weeks
ago In tho Salt Lake temple After their
marriage they traveled with Lowe's Mad
ison Square Theater company for somo
tlmo and only recently returned to Pay
son. Only tho Immediate families woro in
attendance and a pleasant evening was
spent with games, music and a delicious
wedding supper. Many presents wero
brought by tho guests.
Dr. W. A. Wade has boon appointed
quarantlno physician for this end of Utah
A ft ft
Dr. Beitty of the State Board of Health
Is down from Salt Lake looking Into tho
cnuBe df so much typhoid which exists In
Goshen. About twenty cases aro reported
Prof- J. J. McClellan arrived here yes
terday from his Eastern trip. In which ho
took In St. Louis and the fair. Kansaa
City, Chicago, Now Orleans and Denver.
Ho returned to Salt Lako in tho after
noon, accompanied by Mm McClellan and
tho babies, who have bcn ht?ro visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. S. Douglass sovcrol
"I rather like to meet
this fellow," said
Golden Gate, "It's so
easy to make him see
stars and planets, too.
Nothlnd does with G6LDEN GATE
COFFEE but sotlafnctlon. No
prizes --jio coupons no crockery.
1 end 2 lb. oroms-lliinl tins,
rtever sold In bulk.
J. A. Folg'er SL Co.
ICst&bllshczl half a Century
Satx Franciuco ,
I FRIDAY 22 SATURDAY I I
THE ONLY DAYS , .
a It will be to your interest to read these bargains They are almost pi
S like buying silver dollars for fifty cents. f j
H Scrub Brushes, flj j rUSlleS' a
I regular for jtSSl the pure quality jjj
8C 241 MAIN STREET 5c I
Ink writing tablets, the Tegular 3c g-t Wash boilers, copper bottom, number Clothes pins, -well made and finished g- 1 'V''l
kind, two for D V 7 or 8j at this markable price- 1 dozei1 I , J !
caS?.!0?!?.""d.S? 3d Painted cuspidores, special value. . Qtf 1 j! I
Children's Underskirts and drawers ff. 8-Quart dish pans, a nico size . . . . 1 3 (fc I ! 1
from 10c to ZdH' - I
Wasll Boards, full size, a sure bargain, Bowl pitcher,, large rolled edge I Nf H
Saxony Yarn, black, white and col- g (f. 23c regular, for ; bowl, fancy shape pitcher, S1.35 reg- r g- ffl j 'H
ors, each O & ular yjC I
Shetland floss, best quality, allow rf. C ( Mop handles, can use any old thing tA 1
colors OW H ilLv in them to clean the floor llV'
Mennen's talcum powder, 1 box to il H - Iarge size dinner plates, excellent s rf.
I each customer 14 Yellow Baking Dishes, the Biggest Bar- quality, to close them out V V , 1 I
I ' gain we ever offered, 17c regular, only " I H
1 Cake Turners, good quality, enamel 1,4. Ey 'FH
I handles Z3-G New and stylish, veiling, per yard . . ,j WM
m A ft" w?LJ Cashmere dress goods, all solid col- ' '
ffl Toilet paper in rolls, only T" Jr fe ors, full width, per yard v J0v ('
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UTAH VISITORS AT THE
ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR
Special to The Tribune.
ST. LOUIS, Oct 27. Following are the
names of the Utahns who have visited
and registered at the Utah State building.
World's fair, for the week ending October
October 15 Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Taylor,
Emma Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. II, L, Tay
lor, Miss N. A. Williams. J. J. Daynes,
Jr., John J. McClellan, A. R. Ludnlg. C.
D. Hahn. John Weston, Samuel Weston,
Mrs. Addle Day. Mrs. N. J. Hcnnllt, Mrs.
P. A. Hurtly, Mrs. Mary D. Currle. Ma
rlon Skinner. Murray Conley. Mrs. M. J.
Conloy, William J Conley, A. C. Hatch,
Katie Hatch. Mrs. Thomas Clotworthy,
L. Hyltono, E. J. Thornc. M. D.; Miss M.
Palmer, J. A. Bcattle. C. T. Bellemere,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S- Holmes, Josephine Cul
bertson, Joseph Culbertson, Mrs. S K.
Bush, B. A. Berntsen, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Dunscall, Mr. and Mrs F. E. Hlgson.
Evangellno HofTman. W. W. Babcock.
October 17 Archie Watklns, Ernest
Watklns, N. K. Nelson, Orson Mannarn
lng, Earnest Toone, Mrs. E. P. LoCompte,
Mrs. H Wells. Margaret Dee, Florence
Dee, Thomas Dee. Mrs. H. F. Hapgood.
J. C. Carrlgan, Joseph E. Dennis, F. T.
Collins. J. B Ferguson. Walter F. John
son. II. W. G Williams. William G. Castro.
Mrs. J. T. Rlttor, Russel Lowry. Mr and
Mrs. O- H. Hewlett. Hyrum Nellson, Wil
liam C Neff, Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Tay
lor, Mr. and Mrs. James Mack, Wanda
Mack. Ada Mack, Mamlo M. Flshburn,
Fannie Mack. Orpha Adams. Thomas J.
Longlcy, R P. Platts, Harry L. Sommer
vlllo, Mrs. Ella A. Squires, Edyth Eller
beck, B. A. Tralley. Elizabeth M. Cos
grlff. John Watson. L. H. Holbrook. Miss
Graco Ferguson, Mrs. J. B. Ferguson, O.
E. Brannlng, C. W. Corfield.
October 18 James M. Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Windsor. Mrs, J. C. Lynch.
Mrs. Ezra Thompson, A. II. Snow, Min
nie L. Snow, Dr. Joseph S. Richards, Da
vid N. Murdock, Joseph I. Richards. Mr.
and Mrs. James Hoglc. Miss Ella Mnntor,
James A. Hoglc. Mark B. Clark. Miss
Leigh Block, William Coleman. Thomas
Clotworthy. Georgo E. Romney. Mrs. M.
J. Lewis, Lester M. Lambert Chester Y.
Clawson. Mr. and Mrs. John Connors, Mr.
and Mrs. W, D. Wcdcll. Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo D. Woollcy. W. H. Kearney. Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Williams, Sarah Wil
liams, W. IL Jamls, Sidney Seville. D. D.
Moffat. Georgo Sessions, W. E. Fcrrcbce.
M. D ; CI. P. Cassey, Frank M. Drlggs,
Mrs. Maud S. Drlggs. Mr. and Mrs. Cleav
er. Clydo Willis. Rctta Allen. Goorge W.
Bodle. Dr. Int Lyons, F. A. Clayton, Mrs.
F. A. Clayton. Ambros Clayton, Mrs. A.
M. Illnklcv. Mrs. E. E. Hlnkley. H. W.
October 10-M. E. Dallon. W. C. Brad
ford. Laura A. Nichols. Lola Fowler. A.
E, Peck, Mrs. S. S. Seaman. Joaophlno
Seaman, J. E. Davenport. O. C. Jones, R.
H. Thomas, W. P. Hayes. J. O. Duke. J.
A. Morgan, Jarnes T. McKeown. Clare
Rivers. J. M. Turner, Mrs. J. T. Tob
dcll. Mr. and Mrs. W. H Ecclcs, William
T. Hawkins, Mrs. Joseph E. Doty. Mr
and Mrs. T. G. Sawyer, E. E. Slcgel. M. E.
Dallon, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Elurly. Mar
garet McCoifcy, Thomas C. Palmer,
Frederick Crook. Nells Mayer, Royal J
Murdock, Mrs, Anna E. Henry. Mrs. B.
T. Livingston, B. T. Livingston, T R.
Livingston. T E. Hlgson. Mrs. J. J. Lent.
October 19 Maude Bond. H. A. Whltte
more, Arthur Trees, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Kyes, Nymphas C. Murdock. S. M. Mur
dock, Elizabeth Condon
October 20-(Utah Day) W. C. Price
Mrs. Nina Kent Evans, N. T. EddlnKflcld.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Home, Lillian Home.
P. D. Nolson, Mrs. C L. Kemmer, G. A.
Lyon, C. T. MIddleton. Sarah G. Bogga,
Mrs. N. N. Olson, Miss Lena Moore. Mrs.
Rodnov P. Badger. Miss Loulso Young,
Mrs. II. O. Young. Jay Young, A. J. Kirk,
Mrs. Lydla. Mr. Hyrum Ball. Gcorgo Hall.
J. M. Westwood, May W. Westwood, C.
M. Brown, John L. Pcrrv, T W. Plnkcr
ton, J. R. Cooper. Mr and Mrs. Gcorgo
M. Nolnn, T. C. Morris, J. L. Blosaer, E.
C. Olson, J. C. Gasourg Fred J, Hill, T.
M. Hill, James McGhlre Jr., G. L. MId
dleton, Gcorgo Ira Hcrrlck, E, T. Woolley,
Lorenzo Stohl. Vlnnlo Stohl. Lowls A.
Merrill, Efflo Merrill, Hyrum Balrd. Mr. 1
ind Mrs. Lt Holbrook, Mrs. Georgu W.
Pope, Miss Suslo Miles, Robert C. Mitch
ell, Jennie Mitchell, A. J. ilolmquist, Mr.
and Mns Alma D. Katz. Mrs. K. W.
Smith, Miss Pearl Weller. V. P Wells.
D. H. Andrew, Hazel Anderson, Ella Pals
ley, Mary Ross. Mrs. Jones. Mrs A E
Walker, Mrs. J. R Walker, J. R. Walker.
Miss Margaret Walker. Mrs. B. Frazler.
Roe Frazlcr. Roy T. Savage. Mr. and
Mrs. Dynford. H. A. Whltmore. Mrs. J.
Gresels. Etta GIIIIs. Peter Glllls. L. A.
Ryan, C. T. Robertson, Loulso Young.
Mrs. T. F. Farrell. Ethel Farrcll. Lola
Farrell. E. Laird. Fred G- Billings, D. H.
Andrees, B. B. Sandldge, Hnttle Stahn.
M. Libll. Nathan Offer. Mrs. Wltcher
Jones, Lillian Foulgcr, Loulso Kimball,
October 21 M. Cleave, Joseph Brock
bank. E. S. Post. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Knudson. Mr. und Mrs W. O. Knudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Goggln. George W. Lucas,
Dr. and Mrs. G S. Gnrdon and daughter.
MIs3 Florence Clayton. Mrs. T. W. Pin
kerton. Mrs. A. C. Ewing. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Offer. Mrs. James Cooper, J. C.
Barthel, II. L. McIIan, James Glenn, A.
October 22 Hugh B. Brown, Albert Zo
bcll. Arthur Roblson. William H. Halgh,
William Ncelcy. V. P. Wooton. Jons Carl
son. W. B. Nobb, Manl Nobb, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Kgan, J. S. Farley. Kato Pear
son. Mable Olivia Zubo, Thomas M. Os
man. Mrs. W. C. Schrage. Mrs. Bert Sea
boldt William GIddlngs, C. F. Murphy,
LealTo W. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Gibson. Mrs. Henry G. Hess. L. IC Slew
art. R. G. Cannon. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. 11.
Haron, George P. Casey, Miss Laura Wil
son. Mrs. Anna Russell, Marqulno Nobb,
Joshua Flnllnson. Jesse Anderson, J. Gil
bert Bushwell Wallace Stark. Lena Fow
lcw, Newell Bceman. Edma B. Dayton.
LOW RATES EAST.
Via Denver & Hio Grande.
St. Louis and return 542.50
Chicago and return 47.60
Chicago and return via St. Louis., 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Transit
limit ten days In each direction. Stop
overs allowed. Through sleepers to St
Louis without change. Choice of routes
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SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 27. Van Cullen
Jones, a newspaper man, well known In
Now York, Is dead In this city of pneu
monia, aged 51 years.
Cooks in two minutes
A delicious and
Valuable coupon in every package. See
catalogue of premium at jour grocer,
or we will mail one free on request.
Pacific Corenl Association
ly J, P. fan Seeks;
Had a Lease on the St.
James Hotel Dining
Room. Building Was Torn Down by Unique
Amusement Company to Make
Room for a Theater.
Suit has boon brought In tho District
court by J. P. Gunn against W. P. Gour
loy and -the Unlquo Amusoment com
pany, who are building a vaudovlllo the
ater on tho site of tho St. James hotel
on Main strcot.
Mr. Gunn had a leaso on the dining
room In the hotel. When tho lease of tho
hotel was transferred ho refused to move,
saying that he had the leaso and was go
ing to abldo by his rights. As ho would
not movo tho contractors went on with
the work and took the roof off the build
ing. After this he was compollod to move or
give his guests al fresco meals Very few
of them thought this would bo a. real
plcnlo even If It woro In the open air,
so ho moved any way. Now ho seeks to
recover S15W damages.
Says Husband Is a Drunkard.
Habitual drunkenness on the part of J.
L. Wilson Is alloged by his wife. Sophronla
Ij. Wilson, as a ground for a divorce In a
suit filed In tho District court yesterday.
Mrs. Wilson states In her complaint that
owing to his habit of being Intoxicated
her husband has become a burden to her,
Is wholly unable to Bupport himself and
Is unfit to have the caro and custody of
tholr threo minor children. She also al
leges that ho has failed and rofuscd to
provide her and those threo children with
the common necessaries of life Where
fore she asks for a dlvorco, permanent
alimony and tho caro and custody of all
Robert A. Green, a teamster of Murray,
vestcrday filed a petition in bankruptcy In
the United States court. His liabilities
aro placed at JSSS.15 and the assets at
?500. Tho latter consist of household .fur
nlturo und personal property, which are
Tho case of Chin Wing, set for hoarlng
in United Stntcs Commissioner Twomey's
office yesterday afternoon, has boon con
tinued until November 10. Chin Wing,
who plendcd not guilty, was rcprenonted
by H. .E. Twomoy, who nsktfd for a con
tlnuanco of tho case to the dato named, In
order to enable his client to secure some '
depositions from San Francisco. TIik 1
Chinaman was returned to the county Jail
to await his hearing.
Complaint for divorce has been filed by
Llda Beach against her husband. D. E.
Bench, on the ground of desertion and !
failure to support. They were married In
Ogden November 17. 1P03, and tho plaintiff I 'M
states In her complaint that he husband :
left the State on the 20th of the same j
month three dnys after they had been i
married. Sho complains that he has not
furnished her with any of the necessaries
of life and that she has been compelled .
to work to support herself.
In tho civil division of tho City court
Judgo Tanner will hear tho following IB
cases today: Clayton Music company vs.
Phillips. Utah Nutlonal bank vs. Hayes
& Candland. Hill vs. Robinson. !
Judgo Lewis found issues for tho df
fendnnt yesterday in the case of Bell vs. j
Fisher. This was the suit In which tho '
plulntlffs asked for damages for their
buggies, which were Injured through the JM
collapse of the barn due, they alleged, .to .
the fault of the defendants.
A decree of divorce was granted Nina 1
M. Kidder by Judge Stewart yesterday.
She was married to Frank B. Kidder nt
Nowcastle. Wyo., on October 29, 1S10. She l
complained that ho had deserted her and i '
ailed to provide either for her or her , (
child. She was also allowed the custody t .
of their minor child and permitted to re- . fM
sume her maiden name of Nina Mix. ' i VM
Annie A. Gav was granted a docrec of ,
divorce from her husband, William P. i
Gay, by Judgo Stewart yesterday, on the i j
ground of failure to provide. They were
married in Salt Lako City on April S. 1S0. ( ! ,
Tho plaintiff claimed that never since that v 1 '
dato had the defendant provided her with
any of the necessities of life She Is per
mlttcd to resume her maiden name of An- ,
ulo Arrowsmlth. j
Paul Ehlort was granted a decree of
divorce from his wife, Barbara F. Ehlcrt. ,
by Judge Stewart yesterday, on tho
ground of desertion. Thoy were married
at Plattsmouth, Neb., on February 31,
Judge Hall roturned at noon yesterday ' H
from Coalvlllo, whero he has been hold- (
Ing court. Ho took up tho case of Joseph :
P. Brockbank vs. the Albion Mining com- J jH
panv. This Is a suit to quiet tltlo to a
mining claim, which the plaintiff claims I
that ho owns and which he says tho do
fendant company has encroached upon. 1 jH
Judgo Lewis gave judgment yesterday ;
for the plaintiff in the case of Stlllmnu ,
vs. the Century Gold Mining company. , l
The suit was to recover $773.25 for money
which the defendant borrowed from tho
Judge Hall will today conclude the hear- i .
lng of the case of Joeph Brockbank vs.
tho Albion Mining company. Judgo Lewis
will to- the suit of Ernest M. Fowler vs.
Alma B. Chrlstonuen.
Judge Parker Is Home. r
ESOPUS, N. Y.. Oct. 27. Judge Parker' Ij
reached home from New York this after- j IH
noon and started In at onco to prepare a ! 1
speech to be delivered tomorrow to a. . H
delegation of Democrats from Orango '
county. I 'M
Will Sail for America, .
LONDON. Oct 27. Archbishop Aglus., '
tho papal delegato to thn Philippine l3l- i 'M
onds. will sail for the United States on. I
November l. It
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careful about it ?
Is it worth-while to be so' I : IH
careless of money. ' i'IH
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