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Hfjjf page TEtt TDEEE SALT LAiCG THIBIJXE. Sunday momsixg, xotember i3 190v
II CASE SPOILED
1 1 Supreme Coprt Gives
Finds for the Appellee in
I the Case of English
I In vs. Openshaw.
I BUira English Fails in Hor Attempt
I 'I I to Gain Title to Residence
i I A decision quieting title to the home-
J i itead 'of Andrew English was yester-
jij f day handed down by Justice Bartch of
;1 J the Supreme court. Eliza English, his
J daughter, brought suit in the District
court against her brother-in-law, Jo-
' Mph Openshaw, for the property. In
' this case the decision of the lower
i court went against her, but she ap-
pealed the case, losing again. Opcn-
! ohnw and his two brothers-in-law,
(j ons of the late Mr. and Mrs. English,
if ii , bought together In 1881, each paying
f J one-third, a home for the old Mr. and
I'l Mrs. English, wherein they could pass
' the rest of their days. At their death
' J the property was quit-claimed to the
j j daughter, and consequently, a short
i i time after, shebrought suit against
j Openshaw, her father's son-in-law, for
' the property. In replying, Openshaw
!l I asserted that he owned one-third of the
I t property and had never given It to An-
t drew English, but had simply allowed
j him to use It during his life. A letter
U written him by Eliza English. In which
H ahe acknowledged that he owned a
share of the home, was th,en brought
' I In as evidence.
IB The plalntUT brought suit for the
r II property on the ground that the statute
I f of limitations had run against Open-
l.j1 haw, but the lower court held this to
1 be no valid argument, Inasmucli as her
I y, i letter to Openshaw had been written
I ; less than four years ago and Openshaw
I I J ; had, since the death of English, spent
I !j ? considerable money making repairs on
I j ' the house. Both of the English broth-
I l1 ora have refrained from taking part In
I ' ( the court proceedings.
I ;j Monday in tho Courts.
I ' Judge Stewart yesterday continued
I ' all his law and motion cases until Sat-
I 'ij, urday, November 19. Tomorrow there
I'll will be a final hearing In the suit of
r J, H. Bailey et al against Yowell &
I , Frank, Judge Morse, a'fter hearing a
1 1 , number of law and motion cases, ex-
I I cused his Jury until November 21.
i ' t Judge Hall will tomorrow hear the
I ' Jlnal statements of the attorneys in the
I j . suit of W. C. A. Smoot et al against the
I town of Forest Dale. Dr. A. W. John-
I I ton and A. Gemmlll will appear before
I ! Judge Iiewls tomorrow and will prob-
I v ' ably be dismissed, as Gemmlll has
I i' ' married Mary Baer, the girl the men
Ibi, 1 were accused of performing a crlml-
I nol operation upon,
I j Court Notes.
I i J Charles Sandall was lined J10 by Jus-
I 1 tlco Ryder of Mill Creek Friday .ifter-
I ; ; noon. Sandall 1b tho man whom Dop-
I i uty SherlflC Cowan arrested for frlght-
I cnlnr his wife and children by his ugly
J v ! I conduct while drunk Thursday night. Ilo
I UvD near Murray.
'! TCId Bray, the Second South rosaurant
I ! man who was arrested for assault on the
I City Sealer of Weights and Mensures, lll
I be tried before Justice Tanner Wednes-
I ' i day. Bray's attorney may demand a
I ' I Jury trial,
t Charles Farrau, the portrait-enlarging
4 j man who was arrested recently, will bo
' t tried Tueaday afternoon on the charge of
f ; reslstlnsr hu officer.
' Justice Tanner Is to hold court In place
h' ( ; of Police Judge DIehl Tuesday.
' , I Ada Moss was grunted a decree of dl-
' vorcu from George F. Mous yostorday by
. ' Judge Hall on the cround of failure Co
i j provide. The couple were married at
I j lake Point, March 1C. 1508. 'and -have two
fj toys. The complaint was filed two days
M , before tho divorce was secured. The
H weman xuU tho children and 1ms her
f maiden numo of Ada Hammond restored
v'j tc her.
Lj. . The National Bank of the Republic has
! j ! commenced suit against S. M. Williams,
if C. W. Lalnsr and Iiobort Forrester t
! recover on a JIM note executed August
-t H and iayablo October 3, with interest
! l i ftt 12 per cent. Tho first two borrowed
f ' tho monoy and It. Forrester Indorsed tli
i , note. One payment, amounting to
f t IH5.12, lias been made on the note, lcov-
' " ' Ins u balanco duo of J252.12. Tho paper
i , ; was protested October 3. The note is
ji : secured by lrt.O sharoa In tho Gardenia
i ; -1-and and Water company.
:( ' Suit for divorce was commenced yes-
; tcrday by James H. Leyland against
1 Ruth "Elena Leyland on tho irround of
dbortlon. The couple were married July
! l ; , ln, and less than threo monllis after-
I, ji i wards, tho Husband saj's, his wife loft
j, ; him.
j i Judgo Hall yesterday ordered Andrew
t I Anderson to pay hi? divorced wife, Ollno
J Anderson, alimony tip to December 1. or
si ; be committed to Jail until tho further
I j order of tho court. Tho coupb; were dl-
' f i vorced In July and tho husband has paid
I ' neither tho September, October nor Nd-
j, vember alimony
I ; v Tho .11. IJ. Colo company secured a
Judgment yostorday against John B.
j loung amounting to $1H3.7S. Tho amount
I i was due on a note for ?71S.S0 with
' ; Interest and J100 attorney fea.
14 '. A. S. Zimmerman, manacor of Hold's
' P"""1. "?a f,lcd 3U,t ngalnst Frederick
4 : Heath, the former owner of the Salt Pal-
f ; "co'.v.to J"ocovcr; for services rondorcd
i' ; b' tho band at tho resort during tho last
I!; MISSING MAN LOCATED.
J , Former Millionaire of Michigan I3
;jj I Found In Vancouver.
i VANCOUVER, B. C. Nov. li-Dr. Nell
J i S. Phelps of Battlo Creek-, Mich., tho scl-
J enlist and former millionaire, who mys-
J ! terloiiHly disappeared a year ago, haa been
ill I quietly living in .Vancouver nearly tho
whole of that time under the name of Pr
i i Fluid,
ti ; "Is Identity was dlscovorod by a pul-
llshed photograph In a Chicago p8r and
J i he suddenly disappeared.
, J Murderor Given Twenty-Five Years.
Ii PORTLAND.' Nov. H.-Charles Y. Wal-
U ton, convicted of highway robbery and
Rf j assault with Intent to kill upon a police
(. oincer. was today sentenced to serve ?
1 i yearB in the penltentlar-. Walton Is but
I IS years of ago.
Two Wives Hover
'Twixt Love and My
Both Faced a Man Who Bore
Suggestive Name for a
NEW YORK, Nov. 12. "He's a de
ceitful thing, hut then he Is so nice I
can't help loving him."
"Of course, he Is wicked; but he was
always a dear boy to me."
"Still, ho ought to be punished."
"Of course, he ought to be locked
Two wives, hovering betweon love
and duty, faced the disconsolate and
thoroughly cowed Louts Mormonstcln,
he of the suggestivo name, In Essex
Market court. Wedded to both, he had
dexterously and by splendid foot work, 1
kept them In Ignorance of his duplicity
until stern fate tripped him up and
landed him, beaten and bleeding, be
hind the bars on a charge of bigamy.
And then, their hearts moved to pity,
the two women hesitated. Duty tri
umphed. Both preferred charges
against the husband and Magistrate
Pool held him In $2000 for bigamy and
tacked on an additional $500 on the
charge of abandoning wife No. 1 nnd
his five small children.
Louis married his first wife five years
ago. They lived Indifferently happy to- '
gether until two days ago, when the
husband began to display the most
marked affection for his npouse. He
had met, wooed and married Annie
Morganstcln, the wedding- taking place
on Saturday night at No. 8C Lewis
street, amid great rejoicing. Toward
the end of tho celebration, Louis sud
denly remembered an Important busi
ness engagement, and hurried off to
keep It. Fifteen minutes later he was
with his first wife. He remained an
hour, and then pleading early work,
left her, going back to wife No. 2, with
whom he breakfasted gleefully, return
ing to wife No. 1 at C o'clock, and sur
prising her by the warmth of his greet
ing. At 7 he was back with wife No. 2, at
S he rejoined wife No. 1, again show
ering1 upon her lavish affection, and at
12 he was once more at the side of wife
"Wife's Suspicions Aroused,
In the meantime the suspicions of the
first wife had been aroused.
"What Is It," she mused, "that has
caused him to l$vc me ho much so sud
denly?" Instinct took hor to Lewis
street, nnd seeing her husband enter
No. SC, she waited a few minutes and
then followed him In.
Within she found the wedding festi
val again In full swing. For the first
five minutes the two wives battled to
gether, but explanations were soon
Thereupon both wives fell upon the
husband. When they were exhausted,
the relatives of the new bride took up
the task and finally Mormonstcln wan
tossed Into the front room, the door
locked and the police were called In.
Louis had nothing to say In court
yesterday. But he looked relieved
when he was led out of the sight of his
HURT IN QUEER ACCIDENT.
j Four Mon Injured, One of Whom Will
NEW YORK, Nov. 12. Four men,
I one of whom probably will die, were In
jured today In an extraordinary acci
dent caused by an automobile truck In
East Fourteenth street. A corrugated
Iron canopy extended over the sidewalk
In front of the Dewey theater, was
knocked down by a truck which crashed
Into one of the upright posts. The can
opy weighed four or five tons and was
covered with incandescent lights. Per
sons who had stopped to observe the
antics of the truck, which appeamd to
have got out of the chauffeur's control,
were caught In the crash.
Hundreds of men quickly gathered
. around the wreckago and exerting their
1 united strength raised It a couple of
feet. The weight was too great and
they let It fall back to the sidewalk.
John Faber, one of tho men beneath,
was struck by a piece of Iron when the
roof fell back and his injuries were
At the second attempt It was turned
over and four men were rescued. All
hod broken limbs or were badly bruised.
Faber's skull appeared to have been
crushed and one of his legs was bro
ken. The men In charge of the truck were
Another B,ussian Loan.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 12. It Is un
derstood that arrangements have been
practically completed for the floating of
a loan of $250,000,030 In Berlin, of which
German banks have underwritten three
(luarters and Holland banks the remainder.
New Commander of Vladivostok.
VLADIVOSTOK. Nov. 12. Rear Ad
miral Grevet- newly appointed command
er of the port, has arrived hero.
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M ufacturo all kinds of .whlT
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I J j.--... , ,, Sjx Tri p!atcd Dinner Kniws $2.25 I
$1 J ifl " i 'lx ra atec 'mmr Forks, $3.00
Adjkj Six Extra Plated Table Spoons, $3.00 J
II I wobth of jx Extra pjated yea spoonS) $1 .50 1
I OflpSQ One Extra Plated Butter Knife, .75
j ! 4""aw One Extra Plated Sugar Spoon, .50 I
,11 VPD Siandsome Display Case, $1.50 JI
ji roE 26 Pieces, regular price . . . $12.50 I
ill ! iKl 5o ; Every piece guaranteed by gff3! M
I ! ! us, and sold in sets as above, 1 Jf , S
I I j complete, for per set ... . M
These Sets are on display in our show windows and will
: be sold Monday Morning at 9 o'clock. 9
There are two designs, both new and handsome, and a ip
choice will be given as long as they last. 2
26 Pieces of Silver For $7.509 Means Less w
Than 30c for each piece and a Siandsome M
J j Case For Nofhmg. j
I . . T those vho know the value of Rogers Silver it wilj be k
needless to say more, and to those' who do not know the
I - value, we would suggest immediate investigation. The K
I value we give may never be again offered, and the oppor- - K
I tunity is a rare one, M
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Satisfied. I i J ffi
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