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.-eSP-VY MOHT- PECEMBEB 20, 1904. THE SALT LAKE TEIEUinS. KCGE ELEVTSW jl
ift ieey Was
1 1 done.
iHe Had to Have Pres
3j ents For His
JiL consisting of n Juaiping
ffcund Nursery Book. Was
JBjhjcn.who says he's "polng on"
JmTy. lole Christmas presents for
IKVitetfis 'act cvenlnc-and went
flr saw 1,lm lKty cents 'lt
ir prwete with. But it takes
iV to t lo town ami back from
2RU wrd and forty cents docs
yft ir "a-JionP three sisters ami two
IB. not when bft wtints 10 ,,c
sihe temptation of tho heavy
flK-jtai was too much for him.
IWir vv3,kcr 1,1 a woU-known
WbL itoro turned tlie sobbing: boy
jBjjKs policeman. And now Willie
jB J,, appear today In Judge
!;BL-n -lone with drunks, women
B lj-o acd the other shifty-eyed
.vRsa ever)" day In tho prison-
town vesterday afternoon
tvr0 bigger boys They went
Main street They stared In
I. H rate plass windows, and Wllllo
hMi ,y fl cents many times 1-In
i'lK tti nlfkcl he needed to ride homo
Kilt rocket so he'd be sure not to
T 6e looked at ble dolls nnd
HBJd!f4 toys until Ids head swam
iJKjTjtosr to make 40 cents do the
JWnrested All His Capital.
tT rant Into one of the stores
3 irere attentive when It came
t tcaptlMff articles. The first
Be knew he had Invested his
i tti very last cent IIo Rot a
tee ar.d a box of paints. That
lur lest ho could do. Tho Mo-
for his youngrer brother.
a.tlrtsn,a blgffer picture book
t clerk tried to press on him,
cost 5) cents The paints wero
as he wanted to get either,
ice one .of those bitter dlsap
lt of childhood, and some ono
old they nro the bitterest wo
ir. His money was cone, In
It hardest kind of economizing.
i still remained the threo little
Be couldn't go back homo with-
for them. Tears, came to
udhte under Hp was trembling,
tte blseer boys was slipping
i tank beneath his loose blouse,
rfcim do It and the bigger boy
it tbe younpster.
Heard Evil Counsel.
;uf h&ok somcthln'." paid tho
:ls weren't paying any more at
jtheanow They had forgotten
sjnwp as soon as their money
laH. Willie stood irresolute,
e. Don't bo a Frald Cat." aid
i toy, lie too wore a loose
He look Willie's parcels, the
( clerk had elvon him with n
bta he had parted with his last
a. He gtowed these away as he
Uh tho others. Then "Willlo
at V2s crowded and no one no
iBltlsfleire In knickerbockers.
k?en trembled as ho slowly
iteplng-Jack away from the toy
It wis one of those jumpini;
Jt co across the floor when you
acp. He had thought of getting
til why sister, but had aban
iKffvrhcn he found it cost half
aos- he had- It. and the lust for
uonhlra. He was atlll fcar-
srd his Angers trembled as
W out for a bright-colored doll
fas:?. He hid this beneath his
peakred Eldest Slater.
Jrf essy and he wormed his way
counter He got a pretty eov
' Wjdic labeled "Kurserv Non
S Kolug to give that to his
She was In the third reader
-?-.wou,d llko 11 began
toward tho door, whither
if? j "i1" cone some moments
afvJl5!12. ,mn b-v 1,10 shoulder
tta half around. Above him
term of the floor-walker. He
an men and righteous wrath
lutaini0!?' realur. He pointed
ktSS l at tho corner of
ajT "ad slid from bolilnd the
4 Walker Got Hini.
E S'U bT lhlt-" 1,0 aaked, and
& JJJH1 MtU(on fclt a" tbo
ft2fJi0wJLlnan fec,s whtn
bir., ila. crime- H stammered
IhMPlo the boy's ear and
tKr . 910 front door. AVomcn
mand polntc.1 with their Tar"
ktln l and 111110 children
t ffi0utb3. Ho saw all this
So fhr'11",? Mason was
'tti-ir'.Vte Policeman, who
as to tho?,nlhl,n t0 Jal1 and
scifeer IS! MhUKnt wliat his fath
Unt nnay v,'llcn U,V "earfl
!M w h li Uiat th0 olnor
tM&h. hcn he ousht of this
Come for Him.
! twisted th1.m .?1 ,0 rcach tho
trailed, it 'n the rounds
h" win a,ni1 took lilm
laafaco tho bar of jus-
S'satime to remem
Wne to forget: it is tea
Member your joys
ffiMX yur sorrows.
j Bh' Til
9mi$. VATTvr "MO
f Tribune's Ogden Bureau 1
5 486 WASHINGTON A VS. TELEPHONE 111. H
H AdvortlsliiB Batw S'nmlshed on Application. M
AT THE HTEALY HOTEli.
When you come to Ogdcn, opposite the
Union depot Tho celebrated Ostermoor
felt mattressen In every room. Bamplo
roomn nnd cafo in connection.
naturaxi i,rrnTA water. 3
'Slakes ovorythliift Good." 3
F. J. Klcsel & Co.. Ogdon.
Klcgcr & I.lndlcj'. Bait Lake. Din- U
D!D NOT VISIT OGDEN
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dee. 19. Prince FU8hlmlfand party
passed through Ocdcn tills mornlne en route
to San Francisco. Accompanying him was
Sntto, grand minister of tho Fushlml house
hold. E. Tcrrln and "Vllllam0"Donnoll were today
sentenced lo thirty days each on tho rock plla
Deputy Sherlrt C. B. Mooro of Elko county,
Nevada, has arrived in Otrden to tnlto med
Xels ChrlBtenKen was nrralBned beforo Judge
IJowell tolay on tho charge of adulter'- Tno
defendant was hound over to tho District court,
Articles of Incorporation of the Ogden
Broa.' comivany were filed with tho County
Clerk today. The objects of the company sire
tho carrylne on of a general mercantile husl
nesB. Tho Incorporators arc; JJ. Offden, presi
dent nnd treasurer; Edward Coodalc. vice
president; "W. M. Goodale, secretary; and they,
with A. M. Ocdon and N. J. Goodale, aro
the directors. The company Is Incorporated
for $25,030. dK'Ided Into shares of tho JIM each.
Tho Rlvcrdnlo Amusement company lllcd
articles of lncorioratlon with tho County Clerk
today. Tho company Is capitalized for JS500.
John T. Byboo U president. "William Stratton
vlce-presldcint, E. li. Parsons secretary. A. A.
Bingham treasurer, and these, with Sanford
concern aro to conduct amusements, entertain
ments, dances, shows, etc.
J ud co Maglnnls hns received word that the
Supremo Court of tho United States, In tho
caso of Johnson vs. the Union Paclflo Rail
way company, hod held that all cars must be
equipped with uniform automatic coupler.
This is a vlctorv for Juilo ILaglnnls and tho
caso is remanded back for new trial.
The Ladles' Democratic club of Ogden has
passed rcsblutlons memorialising the United
States Senate- to correct tho phraseology of tho
projKWod Territorial bill for the admission of
Arizona. Oklahoma, Now Mexico and Indian
Territory- They protest against tho classifi
cation of women with tho 'illiterate." the
"weak-minded" und the "criminal.' They feci
that tho paseace of tho bill In Ur present
form would Ins an Insult to tho women of
America. Tho resolutions were forwarded to
Senator Bevcrldge at "Washington.
Tho funeral of John Shipley will bo held
A. E. McKcnzIe. ox-nntlonal vice-president
of tho Travelers' Protective Association of
America, arrived In Ogden tonight from Port
land, whero ho, with several other national
officer of tho association, held a conference
with the Lewis and Clnrk exposition commit
tee with regard to an exhibit at tho coming
It is Uio Intention of the association to erect
a building at Portland similar lo tho ono
at the SL Louis fair. Tho object la to adver
tlso tho "Westorn country. Tho association
has about 25.000 members and is organised In
thirty-two States of tho Union Mr. McKenzIo
has .been appointed to organlzo tho traveling
men of Utah and will take up tho woik im
mediately. Tho obJccU of tho association are
to secure a moro favorable transportation rate
for commercial travelers on tho line of the
universal mllengo ticket nnd to promote all
other issues looking to tho gcnernl welfare of
tho traveling public.
Tho local lodgca of tho KnlEhts of Pythias
tonight entertained about 100 of tho Knights
from Salt Lake and Murray. Jt has been
tho custom of the Ogden lodges to entertain
the grnnd lodge otTlcera each year, but this
year they extondeO the Invitation to tho mem
bers of tho Salt Luke and Murray lodges, and
about ICO accopled tho Invitation. A ban
quet was served, presided over by Grand
Chnneellor W. R. White of Salt Lalcc. and
toasts wero responded to by Supremo Prclato
Famsworth, Supremo Representative Corlrw.
Supremo Representative Gardner. Past Grand
Chancellor Jennings, Grand Maotcr-at-Arms
Sanford. Grand Inner Guard Lcalherwood.
Grand Prolate Johnson, Grand Keeper of Rec
ords and Seals "Wardley and others.
Cot. Brownlco of tho uniform rank of
Murray woa present, with sixteen men. In uni
form, and entertained tho Knights with a
drill. After tho exercises In tho hnll were
over the guwits partook of a magnificent lunch
rerved by tho Falstaff. The commltteo In
chargo of tho arrangements comprised Chan
cellor Commnnder Robinson. Vice-Chancellor
Dellamore, Vice-Chancellor Roynolds and
Tho City Council met tonight nnd accepted
tho ordinance of Kuchlor Bros, of tho Ogden
Street Cleaning company for tho erection of
waste-paper boxes" along tho streets of tho
city. The compnny is to pay 5300 a year for
Tho npcclal water commlttoe nsked further
time to report, stating that It would mcot
u train next wcok. when It would consider the
proposition of lousing tho clty3 water right
to tho present wator company, nnd also tho
fmnchlso which Is now before tho Council.
Mr. Emmott was tho father of a resolution
Instructing tho Street Supervlwr lo repair
tho streets In aewcr district No. 9 nnd
to withhold tho cost of such repairs from
tho amount duo Contractor Kelsey, us his con
tract provided that ho should loavo tho strcotu
in as good condition ns ho found thorn. Prosl-.
dont Carr nuggostcd that tho city employees
all be paid this wooV. an they need tho
money for tho holidays. This wsb adopted.
Mr. Emmctt introduced a notlco of Intention
to open Thirty-second etroct from Washing
ton to Jefferson avenues, which was adopted.
Payrolls amounting to 51170.02 were orderod
Via Oregon Short Lint.
Tickets on sale December 23, 2-1. 25
and 31, 1901. and January 1. 1005. Final
limit January X City Ticket office, 201
Main street See agents.
Quarantined for Wnoopinp Cough.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
AMERICAN FORK, Dec. 10. Ron Andor
bon'o family law been quarantined for a caao
of whooping-cough, whllo tho family of Ben
jamin Conder Is quarantined for a caso of
DEATHS OF ONE DAY.
PORTSMOUTH, O., Dec. 19, L,orcnzo
Dow McIClnnlc. aged ii years, who had his
funoral sermon preached in l0fl. dlod hero
today. Ton thousand people attended tho
funeral services, which were held eight
years ago In a grove near here.
PEORIA, ll., Doc 10. Martin Kingman,
president of the Kingman Plow company,
and one of tho best-known men In the
Middle AVest, died in this city tonight,
aged CS years. He leaves an estate valued
Peace With Railway Telegraphers.
MONTREAL, Dec. 1.0. The Canndlan
Traffic railway offlcIalB announce that
.they have come to an amlcablo agree
ment -with thrs Order of Railway Tcleg
raphcru, -which desired certain changes
iu the pcliedule,
PARK C5TY I
TRIBUNE BUREAU, ;
B 24 N. Main Street Telopbon 75.
IIIBMIH II 1 I II I I 17
Jack Pitzgibbons Itfes at Park.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
PARK CITY. Dec. ID. John R. Fltzglbbons,
well known here In the camp, died nt his
homo this forenoon of pneumonia, after an ill
ness of about two weeks. Mr. Fltzglbbonn
leaves a wlfo and two small children. IIo
wna a member of Pari: City lodgo No. 731,
li. P. O. E.
The funoral of the lato Joseph W. Sharp,
who died of pneumonia on Saturday, was held
from the Catholic church this nfttjrnoon. Ttov.
Father Galllgan officiating. Tho funeral cer
vices of John R. Donohuo will bo conducted
at the samo place tomorrow afternoon.
s Mrs. W. S. Hill and children loft this af
ternoon for Pocatcllo, Ida., whero they will
mako their future home. Mr. 11111 Is already
located there, engaged in tho laundry business.
Will Administer an Estate.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Dec 10 John P. Joud has mado
application lo tho District court to bo ap
pointed executor of tho estate of Elizabeth
Joud Jones, who died December 18 at Lnko
Shore. Sho leaves an estate valued nt about
Dr. Fred Dunn of BInnchard, la., has ap- 1
piled for loticra of administration on tho es
tate or Augustus Cox of Sprlngvllle, who died
November 13 and leaves nn estate valued at
Tho following marriage licenses wero Issued
today. John "W. Lewis, aged C3, of Cleveland,
to Roselta Chllde. aged C3, of Sprlngvlllo;
Oliver S. Chllds. aged 27, of Sprlngvllle. to,
Lillian Jones, aged 20, of Spanish Fork.
John Richards, aged 15; Charles Richards,
aged 13. nnd Cornelius McRcvoy, aged 1G, wero
arrested by Sheriff Harmon of Utuh county
at Logan on Sunday. The boys stolo $200
from Sain Rlchnrds, tho fnther of tho two
Richards boys, and decamped with tho money
nnd, from all accounts, had a groat tltno.
Tho following notices of loeatlon wero filed
upon today V "W. Bnum et al., locating tho
Damn lode; Charles Loll, tho Luck)' Bill.
Provo mining district; Orrln Elmer ot al , lo
cating tho Black Cock Nos. 1 and 2. situated
Born, to Mr. and Mr. "Wllford Holdaway, a
.bor; also, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. David T
'NelEon and a girl to Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Holt.
A complaint han boon filed against Thomas
Beddoei, offed 12, of Salem, charging him
with Incorrlglblo nnd vicious conduct.
Special lo Tho Trlbuno.
LOGAN, Dec 10. Tho Cacho Commercial
"club la now a reality. At thu last mooting
tho constitution nnd bylaws woro adopted.
Thcro aro soventy-flvo mcmbora and others
whoso names aro promised. Tho organisation
holds within Its folds many ot tho most suc
cessful and progrcsslvo business men ot Logan
and it expects to draw to lUolf this ciass of
men from nil tho surrounding towns In tho
valley., Tho governing board consists ot fif
teen men. B. F. Rlter is tho president and
Frederick Scholoo the secretary.
A chlldrca's mualcale will le given In tho
tabernaclo on "Wednesday night, under tho
auspices of tho public schools.
A. F. Nowbcrgor Is to move from Locan to
IOgan's now Ice-rink 4o completed and to
night was thrown open lo tho public, frco of
cost, and henco was largely patronized. Tho
rink Incloses a square 100x200 Tcet and is
lighted by lamps. Iirlgham Pypcr Is at tho
hend of tho concern.
Cacho valley has two condonsed milk fac
tories, ono nt Logan, tho other at Richmond,
nnd both aro doing well, absorbing as they
do all tho surplus milk, for which they pay
tho ieoplo $L25 ier cwt. Tho product la In
largo demand, shipments having been madu
lo the Orient, and orders nro now walling from
both China and Japan.
and save a fit of sickness by having
Beecham's Pills in the house and
taking one when you first notice
anything going wrong. You will
feel well, look well and keep well
if you will learn to use
Sold Everywhere in boxes 10c. and 25a
Tea drinkers the world over
Know a good tea, and that
tea is Tree Tea. !
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BAH FRANCISCO. . Tl
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TREE TEA HAS STOOD THIS TEST)
"BEST OP THE GOOD 0NE1B.W
Guaranteed to Ro Absolutely Puxo
Hewlett IBros. Co.
f TODAY L I
ITHE GREAT 'M
3 $1,000 IN PREMIUMS TO if
' f THE CHRISTMAS 1 iH
I BUYERS. 11
II With all purchases to tho amount of $2.00 we give a lll
I 1 solid silvor article worth 75c.
1 If you prefer a fancy hand-made Basket, we givo one jfl IH
worth 75c. g
! 1 With all purchases to the amount of SI. 00 we give a i jH
i selection worth 25c from our immense stock of j
I I games. j jH
I To Trading Stamp Collectors we give S5.00 in stamps
a i with, every $1.00 purchase. jc
I SPECIAL SALE OF If H
I I TOYS and GAMES WM
IS BARTLING'S jj I
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! ' ' ANYBODY CAN AFFORD TO HAVE A
j " WHILE THIS SALE LASTS ... j
fust tKe Rest of This Week And This Sacrifice'
I "to Our Landlord Will Be Over, Once and for All j
I ( I
I When the doors of this establishment close next Saturday night, the greatest piano
sale of the century will have ended All previous records for piano selling in Salt Lake
I have been smashed. All previous low prices have been undercut many, many dol-
lars The news has spread wide and far, and people from all over Utah have availed 1
! themselves of this opportunity, i
Seize lis Chance, Ooo't Let St Escape i
l . a
I Think what an immense saving this sale means on the price of a standard instru- I
ment I As to terms why, you can make them just to suit you not us There's
I just about a third reduction on every piano in the house and the PRICES ARE j
; AS LOW AS $152.50. ' j
t ' Come Tomorrow If You Possibly Can
! I Give us an opportunity to convince you how cheap a good piano can be had this week.
l Several hundred people in Utah did so last week. Why not you this week? J
j mm TALKINfi HAGHINES9 BAND fiND STISSi "--7" I
Late Sheet Music W8TRyMnT, MD MUSICAL HER- '"XTr
j One -Half and 20 Buying Until You !
j per Cent Off GHANDSSI F ERY KIND AT TRE- Have Been Here... !
j CarsteEsee A AesE Company j
I Temple of Music s,Coe5?!1ffi)compy 74 Main Street j
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Ilainond South Temple Sto.,
Salt lako City.
JOSEPH F. SSnTH. President.
"WILLTLA.M B. PRESTON. VlciPresJdentJ
5. BURTON, Cashier.
HENHT T. 1TEWAN, Acst. Cashier.
&EITF.71AT, BAXTKING- I3USINi:S3
Accounts Solicited. Spoclal attention ta 'H
country trade. Corrcspondonco Invited.
J. B. COSOBTFF. E. "W. "WILSON. 11
President. Cashier. H
OPEN AN ACCOUNT "WITH
Commercial National Bank. 'M
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined !
With Entorprln;. 'H
J. J. Daly. "W. P. Noble. Vlco-prcoldonts. IH
A. H.'PBABODT, Acst. Canhlar. fIH
WEILS, FARSO S CO. BANK
Salt LaJco City. TJtah.
Tho Oldest and Etronpest Uank In TJtah.
BurplU3 ...Q4.X75.QOi tM
Undivided proflto )
Tranoncts a general banklnc bmilness,
.domoetlo and fore I an. IH
Direct connections with banin In all
principal cltleo of the world.
Drafts, l on all
Letters of Credit, V prominent 'H
Tolofrraphlc Transfers. J cities.
DepoElts received subject to check.
II Li, MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Can hi or,
ESTABLISHED 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST,
G. DTT& &
The Mercantile Agency. 'jM
QEOROE RUST, General 29Jvrcr,
Ut:, Id.-be ar.A VTyomlns-. H
Office In Progress bide-. Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. S200.CO0.00. 'H
WALKER BROTHERS, I
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
ZEstabltshed 1K9. Incorporated 1SQ3.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JESEEET NATIONAL BANS, Mt
UNITED STATER DEPOSITARY.
talt Lake city. Utah.
Capital, 9500,000 Surplus, ?250,000
L. S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, B. S. HILLS. JH
Cashier. Asst. Cashier. Il
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF H
U. S DEPOSITARY. IH
FRANK KNOX President
JAilES A. MURRAY Vice-President
W F. ADAMS,- Caahler
CAPITA PAID IN. 304,000.
Banking In all Us branches transacted.
Exchango drawn on the principal cities.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME -DEPOSITS.
jcCOBNICS & CO.,
Bankers - H
Sdt Lako City, "D'tah. j
ESTA2LISHED 187a tit
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SVrlto today. R C. Emmet, 233 Tabor
block, Denver, Colo.
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Sf Shopping easy.