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I .fAUVTVG DECEMBER 22, 1901
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, j paoe'ninm
J' jMITAVE TELEPHONB 111.
WjfAS (rtirine Bate Furnished on Application.
M7,rEn VANS- MOV
KbGEST IN COALVILLE
;"r p.. r.One nf the lar-
EaTf Hd ,n Cnfdv1" waa
'w:r of Thomas GH
Frl Birch from the
ssndav afternoon The
Cffljd Tho etands were
TLod with whlto crepe.
BL eit while the caskets wore
CKt'f:nncr.-. The speakers
ttVw fluff. Thomas Cop
Hjjjard nd T L Allcn
Lkott aged about 70 y ire,
E2r&; from un ft,fa' K "r
T Several weeks ago ho w is
H'ird scratched his hand
irV caused blood prison to
B'KiUered fo quickly
Rjfi'wu impossible to i-h. k
Kpci Sta dtaln as the rc"
lw"T JS an o!J resident of
There he made his home
Cfjlhtr of nine children, all
Hti'uJ J hls lf" 'llf', ut
tn)'vrr? aco. Ills remains
Ku frovo today to bt burled
HLcrter F H. Wright, whose
fcafic" I, will move from
Ku us his duties are:
HUtTfll rectrtiTi was tendered
HEisd family at the opera
ETdftt. which was attended by
MK3S- A fine program con
m pgp speeches, recital
w rendered, and then re
mt - rved. Afi rwards
Bns irdjlged in for several
UX" !".. f. hool wfi; pre.
Hena'Tr Smry of the Snow
KlifTra:l)ous.5 on Friday
lilt proceeds to be used for
tf (tt echools.
MAY SPOIL HOLIDAYS
' r-- :i -An -pM mlr .f
tt ' '-!' the holiday fejtlvl
P ef Glenwood. Two now
I or a pupil and the
'Fte. c! lbs r.'.d.l.c f h ..,1s At
iltUi bttoroj lueemry to quar
'"'! 1 Bell, whoso Mule
'- i-. and the horny of
wfcm 7 W Pches. the
arT asJ close the schools
ru,, hjy,. bj, ,,
J ctHe r,f persons Ii .
PS m the Uinta but did not
I h i praetlcally unchanged in
, JJ t-n four new rua
HLM- b'-" four r-erons hno
lw.'-4ri'"ln' Th' ' r.-lH . .,,
lJM b of ruoh a wrliue
OTf-j-thfr public mr 3 s-u r.-!
C?u' yuterday for rturb
r, rr' ! Tho , Ir-
"WUitr amusing Mr Kll. v
Mr old babjr of Mr. and
P Jweph ule-l (hi, week of
J Vr'' 1 " tho
TktrI fw"014 """'MM In
K r . "';vrr '". ''f
w J ho fall. to rally.
I Ei?,111" a,'d Mr. Bl-
' a.i,h u'c,,'ls "f cy-
tt1 trioyed t.. l.t.j, ,
Wi 5t Amcrlcan Fork
tt?Tiv bofth till, place.
W 3 will mako
. ,"or Judge Kclley.
Tithr: r" Fr,-
L rr-. , ,rR" a,li J,,t'ri
" - f:',r t,,dln 'Jrunk
TC. sh'1"" south
u?.11 hi2 1,31,8 that
r.i ""sr. of a
r.of - , thnre wa.n
' a" tht houeehold
itl''nr how good
M 0r how bad it is
ELECTION OF JUDGE
HOWELL IS CONTESTED
Splai to The "ft-lbune
OODBN, Hah. Dec 21.-Oudite Jamea Albert
Howell who ma him to the office at Dis
trict ju.i,r,. on the Republican ticket will luivc
to defend bin rlifht t-: the office Today Daniel
Mi er nici suit In oonteat, i immins that
Jurige Rolapp was legally electc.1 and that
HOWell I apparent majority nan secured by
The pap an were niod with Count) f-iork thi
morning and Attorneys Towers. Varlan and
Richards ropreacnt the proterinntn.
Judge MaRlnnls, E T. Ilulanlkl and A P.
Haywood arc attorn-jja for tho defence.
The oomplnlncnt nllcR.-a thnl can vaminK
I of Weber, Morgan nn,i nain c,inti.-.,
e-r. l In certifying to th- rcturnn of the Judpe
of eerthin and chars that had all votes
legally c m fr Judg.. Rolapp have been count
ed h M.utd 1 ted l- a rdurallty of rj)
Bribery, fraudulent voting ami nlmoet every
Old ih'it" "ii the criminal calendar Is churged
ofraliu.1 the Republicans.
':no .,f tlm men a.-cuj,ed In tho complaint la
' P Hooper. hom It lx allfre.l vas Influ
, nccl to f,,r Judge Howell upon promlae
Ol being given un apiolntmont by the Judge
1 Mr Ho.!pcr wua seen todav
and denied tho chnrgo abxolutcly
He admitted that ho had gone to Judg..
Howell un 1 asked him. In behalf of tho county
If he could dr. fom.-thlr.g for him In view of
the fact that th county had boon given noth
ing In tho county convention. Judgo HowHl
however, made him no promises, simply stating
that ho would be glad to givo the county some
thing providing they could prudu. a a nun
that wus qualified
Mr Hooper denies emphatically that lie re
celved any promln., from Judge Howell fr his
vote. Mr H.xper la one of the most proml
nenl of ih county ix-ilitlclane.
Judgi Maglnnlf. was olr Interviewed and
stated that ho had been retained by Judge
bul c.juld n-,t hoe where Judg.", Rolapp
could pof'lbly win anything by tho enntet
I' n.nke :,n dlfTereI;,-,.. wu.i he
Judge, 'whetlur they make their clnlm slick
or not Rolapp can't bo elected anyhow
It won t do them an good to oust Howell
becauso they can"t ilocl Rolapp If they do '
Frank Francis, cashier of tho Pacific hotol
at Green River. Is In town on his way to Poca
tollo. where ho has accepted u position with
the hotel company.
Judge Mafjnnle baa received a telegram
from Solicitor general Hoyt at Washington
congratulating him on his vlctorv before the
Pupnnie court ut Washington In 'the Johnson
.i Tho Ju'lgo lnLS alts been honored by a.
icqueat from the Clerk of tho United States
Bupremo court asking hltn for a loOil woid
brief of his argument for publication.
Miss Dili Pavev daughter of H C Pa
vey and A"llllnm A. Kahler of Salt Itkt-
aore married this evening at the brides
residence by Rev Mr Brown of the Epis
copal e lun ch. A ree-eptlon was held at
the Favey residence after the ceremony
and the bride and groom left for Ball
Lake, where they will make their future
Willis Brown of Chicago, national or
mnlzer of the antt-olRarotto league, spoke
to a packed house at the Orand Opera
house tonight. He took for his theme
"Tho Kvlls of tho Cigarette Habit. ' nnd
said that I was more a matter of popu
larity or stylo than anything else, end If
the) COUld make It unpopular it would
cease apd ho advocated tho organization
of antf-olgarette leagues to bring about
During the ln lie spoko in several of
the city schools along the same linos .ami
In Iho following Institutions ranches of
the league wore organized with the su
perintendents driven :
Madison school Duke King Louise
S w , 1 1 1
Grant school Herbert Tribe, Peail
I'lncreo school Verda Pingree. Floret
Deo school Reuben MMdleton. Iretta
Mound Fort scnool Griffin Marshall.
Central school Mariner F.rownlnp,
Washington Benjamin Burch, Flossie
A man named McLaughlin, representing
n prominent horse- company of Kansas
City Is In tho city selecting a site for tho
establishment of an agency In Ogden.
The concern will establish a distributing
agency here, employing a number of men
The Ogden Real Estate association held
th Ir regular monthly banquet nt the
Weber club today.
Mr Ia Bell traveling auditor of the
T'nlon Pacific hotels, was in the city to
day on an inspecting tour, and left to
night for Oregon.
The success of tho Lucln cut-off Is
proven by the fact that on January 1 all
of the engineering camps along the rout'
under tho charge of Chief Engineer
Marsh will bo close-ej. Mr. Marsh and hi?
force will leave for San Francisco on that
It Is announced tonight that the rail
road eating-house nt llontello. Ise on
the Southern Pacific, has been transferred
to tho supervision of F. E. Lewis, super
intendent of dining cars and hotels
the Union Pacific and Oregon Sh-rt
Line This announcement Is significant.
Inasmuch as it Indicates that Mr. Lewis
is eventually to have charge of all the
hotels along the Southern raclflc between
Ogden and Sacramento.
BOUNCED THIS GENTILE.
Defrauded Out of Nomination, Bolts
and Is Relieved of Cliairmanship.
Bpe Lai to The. Tribune
LOGAN, Ftah, Dec. 21 An ugly con
dition has been reported In the local Re--pt.Mloan
organization, of whlrh John W.
I'.r. rrett was the head Mr Barrett Is ft
n ember or the School Board of Trustee!
hie term of office expiring with the pres
ent month Recently ho was a candidate
f,,r re-election, but wan defeated by Lo
renso Benson) Janitor of the Woodruff
I'flii.ul Mr Barret! attributed his defeat
to Benson's packing of the Fourth ward
primary and severely re.sented it, prom
ising retaliation at tho polls on the sev
This threat. It is alleged, Mr Barrett
put into execution on election day, work
ing with might and main for Benson's de
feat Benson was elected and Barrett
was denounced in a succeeding issue of
the Logan Republican, as a traitor to Ids
ttust, and his release from the chairman
ship of the city c mlttee n is. d rnanded
The committee since bns met and i;'r-
rett was asked to voluntarily retire This
he promptly decllnt-d to do and defied
removal He lu lst.-d pe would hold the.
hiiirmanshlp to the expiration of his
Itiis brought thi crisis, the committee
r,ting nnuntmi for the chairman's
deposition, at the same tune appointing
George Cole as successor and adopting
' Resolved That Inasmuch as John W
Barret) desired his chair during th late
schorl eledtlon and de-voted his efforts
t . el, 1' .it 'he R. pvililli-an ticket, thus
throwing himself liable for contempt and
trvlng to bring division In the party, we.
the tndersigned district chairmen, de
clare the position of Republican city
chairman vacant and appoint George Cole
Chairman of the Republican City commlt
te Ferdinand Jacobsen. H H H iwk. fi.
J A Tarns t. H H. Campbell Al Colo
I . i Be n n, Albert Benson, Fred
Bcholei m j Andreas '
Mr Barrett Is obdurate and It Is said
the end is not yet Barrett Is a Gentile.
Many Salt Ulke friends were Interested
in the marriage, of Miss Mabel Dsjlard
and LeleUt, Nelson lOmpey Marg.tts.
which took place, last evening In tho
Episcopal church at Seattle. Lieut, and
Mrs. MargettB will make their home In
ARE NOT PARTIAL.
Schools Offered to Other Denomina
tionsOne Minister Accepted.
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK Utah, Pec :i.-Goorgo
r-unnlngham. one of tho trustees of tho Ameri
cas Fork District school stated vesterday that
although tho ochool bulld.ngs had been used
''reiuM.n0 .fr lho Purpose of conducting
religion classes' for yean, past they hat
US he mnmhoro the Presby
se, rT(h .Kf 'hu C 'or similar pur
RoT t,7Z th" tru,' having granted to
IhZ nrtMi M.r0 nt tho PreebJtcrlan church
'hl . Ic ,n 11 RST. Dr Moore having
U,e Pre? ,Vn fr "hl T a time
rid JI k' , r lanr?. '""durt.d olaasei in the i ,
et schools Mnall ,r Mooro won calb-d t
nroJl n'nr pan Then tho trustees volun-
m;"':,"1 to tho use ,.f R, ,
themT far V ' " "0t ,r
tft,V rVate? '.hat ,f hsioiu doctrlaea
were to be- taught In th., district KhOOll that
th0 tIor,mon b"t other n-iigk.us de
pomlna Upna should be allowed the game prlvi-
ths district schools of this place. Ha said that
us! or",n lhKI't ,th Mormons made the mo,t
use of the schcsjlrooms here was because they
M.h.r0 "nMU I" this line of reious
teaching than was other denominations.
ONE OF BRIGHAM'S BAND.
Death of One of the First Mormons to
Enter Salt Lake Valley
Special to The Tribune.
PLBASANT GROVE. Dec. :i.-One of
the first four members of the original
band of pioneers that lsito,i salt Lake
valley In 1S47 died hero this afternoon He
was John S. tJleason Mr Olonnon and
three others -ntere.i the nliey on July
23. is-it, one day in advance of the main
0- .;on Me w. then a rugged young
man of 28 years. His home has' h-on
I tah since. Ho was born In New York
Jnnuar 12 lM'-, and as therefore n his
The death of Mr. Gleason. the second
during the present year of those who are
survivors of the pioneer band of Utah
leave- the mirrjWr of survivors but four
teen They ate C A. Smoot. : .-e
W. Brown T P ClOWSJrd. F B Dew, ..
1- :ia. P Decker, . P Eastman, i'.,r,'
rad Klelnman, John ' Norton A P
Shumway, J. W. Stewart, s H 'Marble
Horace Thornton, v. p ance un.i l o
rvnzo S. Young
Nuisanco to Bo Abated.
Special to The Tribune.
l tah Dec ti A nuisance of long
standing, against which frequent protest has
bi.v-n heard Is being abated nt present here It
Im the practice of country people, coming Into
town for trade of tvlng their tennis nnvwhere
along Main stret. to trct-s. poles, tie rings,
etc . creating not only a filthy condition, but
Often endangering life by stampede and run
away. The City e ouncll has taken this matter In
hand and tie posts and railing are now being
placed on two sides of the tabernacle square,
whoic all teams will have to be hitched.
The department of musk of tho Rrlgham
Young college last night gave the first of a
Hcrleo of entertainments at lho college under
he management of Miss Lillian ejllver Miss
e diver la an accomplished and enthusiastic In
structor who Is bringing this department rap
Idly to the foro
A glove and tanning factorv Is being erected
here, the purposo being to handle all hides of
the local market and manufacture gloves to
meet the demand of the farming population.
Roomers Lost Their Clothing.
Special to Tho Tribune.
ROF.INSOV Ftah. Dec. 21 -About 8
o'clock this evening fire broko out in
Dlckerson's boarding-house and within an
hour the building was a ruin Mr Dlck
erson and family were out calling at the
time nnd no one was at home When
the fire' was discovered It hael made so
much headway that It was beyond con
trol Nearly all of the roomers" lost their
clothing and personal effects and noth
ing but a couple of bed-room sets w- re
saved. Mr Crltchlow. while endeavor
ing to remove some of the furniture, was
oxercomo with smoke and had to be car
ried out Ho will recover. The loss Is
estimated at about $1000, about half of
which was covered b Insurance. The
fire Is supposed to have originated In tho
City and Neighborhood
JAMES COOK, Junius Cook and An
drew Burt were bound over to the Dis
trict court yesterday by Judge Dlehl on
the charge of robbing Matthew Jarls of
J27 last Saturday night. Jarvls has Iden
tified the men as those who knocked him
down, choked him and went through his
pockets on West Fourth South.
A LEAKING gas pipe caused an Incip
ient blaze in Auerbach's stoic rut Main
street, letween First and BSCOnd South
streets, early yesterday afternoon. The
gas had gathered between the second and
third floors and when plumbers lit a
candle to find the leak the space was for
a short time filled with flame. A chem
ical stream extinguished tho blaze
MISS RACHAEL HI P. BARD was v. s
terday elect ! by the girls of the normal
department to bo their representative on
the executive committee of the Women's
flub of the Fnlversity of Utah." Tim
executive board, as completed, consists
, i the following members: Vlyglnla Buah,
Hazel Stevens, Elsh Ward, HSlvlna Brln
on and Etachaol Hubbard This commit
tee. acting In conjunction with the com
mittee of Salt Lake women, will devlsei
mi ins for raising funds for the proposed
Women's building nt the university
MRS. FRED A ELLIS, one of the wit
r,,!.. before the Committee on Privi
leges and Elections, returned yesterday
front Washington. Elders George Rey-
nolds nnd John Nicholson, who traveled
ever the some route aa Mrs Kills as far
as Chicago, were also expected to return
last night. ...
HAZEL rice five-yearold daughter
of George Rico of 611 West First South
i,,, Qiphtherls Laura Williams, aged 10,
.if isfl K hi i ei baa ai lolold.
THE members of the Training school at
the university paid n profitable visit to
the weather office yesterday afternoon.
i ,,. Hyatt explained the operations of tht
bureau in n fascinating and vivid man
,,, i ,md the students felt well repaid for
their visit. ...
REPORT came to police h -adqu eriet s.
yesterdaj that Robert Amos had taken
twelve pli-'N to m.irki t about B week ag'
mil -'.nee thai time neither Amos nor the
wine have been sighted The pigs be-
lotigid to William Morgan of this oitj
Lumber for the Philippines.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Dec 21. -Rids were
aoened this afternoon In the local united
states army quartermaster's office for
1800000 feet of lumber to b used in the
construction of barrae-ks and other build
S In the Phllli.pli,. - TI." t Paul X
Tacoma I nnd" r . .i.i. ih WOS the lowest
bidder, at 9 per thousand feet.
President Hadley Makes Complaint.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Dec 21 A sen
of six months in Jail was Imposed
,,,.,, or, Chartt G Porter, the R?oury.
M ,an man ai tested on Complaint of
PreVieient Hndloy of Yale unlversltj
There were six counts against Porter,
including begging Idl ii and trailing
f,'.,m pl.oc to place without lawful pur-nose.
Cotton Men Refuse Arbitration.
FALL RIVER. Mass:, Dec. 21 The Fall
River cotton manufacturer have r. locte I
the proposition for arbitration by the Na
tional t Ivb Fcderotlon. submlttcl by the
textile council and ratified yesterday by
mass meetings of live; unions.
til QUAN CHAN
NOW A PRISONEB
Family Also Under
Came Into the Country Se
cretly Over Canadian
Special Agent of Immigration Bureau
Is Sent Out to Investigate
Chin Quan Chan, former "Mayor of
Chinatown, nnd for i-everal vears one of
the best-known and most Influential Ce
lestials in this part of the country, was
yesterday arrested on authority from
tho Bureau of Immigration at Washing
ton on tho charge of being unlawfully In
this country The telegram directing
that Chin Quan Chan be arrested was
received bv Chinese Inspector James Mo
Cabe. who. with J. T. Longley went Im
mediate to the ofllce of Pnlted Btates
Commissioner Twomey and swore to the
complaint. A warrant was Issued, placed
In the hands of Chief l nlted State
1 1 pnt Marshal P H Smyth, who located
Chin In Plum allej and placed him under
"Whole Family Included.
'A curious feature of the order from
Washington was that not only Chin Quan
Chan be pined under arrest, but that
his alleged wife Jung Tu Ting, and two
children "nin Kin Chee, aged ?.. and Chee
ning. uged ti or 7 months, be also arrested
In accordance with the order, complaints
were alpo sworn to charging these thre
with the same offense ns that placed
against the man In the case, and they
were arrested at tho same time.
Shortly after 0 O'clock, Deputy Smvth
with his prisoners, appeared at the office
of Commissioner Twomev. where a pre
liminary hearing was hold At the con
clusion of the hearing Chin Quan Chan
wns released under ball of $1V1. and Jung
Tu Ylng on JCOO. P W Mitdun and Jo
seph E. Calne are the bondsmen, the
monev having been deposited In tho Ftah
Commsrclsl A Savings bank by Chi
nese friends of the prisoners The- hear
ing Is set for January 20 In Judge
An Interesting Case.
The case of Chin Quan Chan Is an In
teresting one. and Is likely to prove one
Of the most Import tint that has ever been
tiled here, from the fact that a special
agent of the Immigration Bureau will be
s nt here to thoroughly Investigate It.
For several years nrlor to I he Intter
part of 1!02 or the earlv part e.f 1!C Chin
Q(fan Chan WSS a resident Of this city
and was known .th the Mayor of China
town. In this capacity he acted as an
Intermediary between his people and the
Ame i leans, and was Influential with both
In addition to having an Interest in a
merchandise stabllshmcnt. CliTn also pro
sldeel over a gambling den. and paid a
monthly license of $25 to the city for the
Returned to China.
Some time In the winter of 1S02-3. Chin
decided to return to his native country,
and bade good-bye to his frlenel- here
Nothing whs heard of him for several
months, when Inquiries ''ame from the
Immigration agent at Port Townsend to
Frilled State? Marshal Jloywuod concern
ing one Chin Quan Chan, who had ar
rlveel from China nnd was seeking to land
at that port On Information furnished
by Marshal Heywood the Immigration
ofilci r .d Port Townsend ordered that the
Celestial be deported. Thereupon e'hln
Ouan appealed to the Secretary of tho
Treasury, then the last court of ap
peal for Chlne-se Immigrants but the de
cision of the Immigration officer ai Port
Townsend wa Upheld, anel chin Quan
was taken back to his native country.
Btck in Plum Alley.
Two weeks ngo the Celestial returned to
his obi haunts In Plum alley, and the
('hit, ,ve Immigration agent here was no
tified bj Chief Deputy Smyth of the
I nlted States Marshal's ofllce. Inspector
McCabe communicated with tlx no nt In
charge e.f the port through which Chin
pained admission Into this country from
Canada No answer has yet been re
ceived. Th" Information 00 which the ar
rest was made was forwarded to tho de
partment at Washington by the- Immigra
tion ofiUers at Port Townse-nd
It Is known that Chin was allowed to
land at some port In British Columbia
under the Canadian law which permits
of the tending of chinamen op a payment
of $0 to the Immigration agent Tho
euellon however, which has not boon
settled is how he came Intej the- United
States. When an as ted yesterday chin
claimed that he came here only on a busl
nc'Ss trip, but before coming ho had made
arrangements through some of his chi
nes" friends to secure the. place formerly
run by him ns a gambling den and the
statement h him that he came only e,n
a visit Is not credited by some of those
who have had elenllngs with him In tho
Has Prominent Friends.
Chin Quan has many friends among
both Celestials nnd Americans In this
city, arid at the time ho was held nt Port
Townsend the influence of some of Utah's
most prominent citizens was brought to
bear to secure his release and entrance
Into this country
ADVERSED THE OPAL.
Mining Controversy Will Be Heard in
United States Couit.
Tapers wero yesterday filed In tho United
Srtntis court In the case of tho United States
Mining company against Anna M Lowe,
widow of the late C.eorgo A Lowe In the
complaint It Is alleged by plaintiff, which Is a
company Incorporated under the laws of
Maine, that the company ..un a minim? claim
In the West Mountain Mining dlstrlot known
a.s the Mineral Zone Bxtenalon mining claim,
that th; defendant, Mrs. jOWO, men., an ad
joining clnlm. the Opal, and 'hat In February
last defendant caused her claim to be so gur
veyed eis to cross upon and overlap claim of
plaintiff Iater. It I set forth In tho rum
plolnl. defendant tiled field notes and diagrams
and applied for patent In the 1 nlte.) States
land offi. . , and by M doing wTongfully and
unlawfully alleged that she won and Is the
owner of the whole of the alleged Opal mlnlni;
claim, embraced within the said Mineral Zono
Bstenalon mining i Lalm
At the tine. plnlntlfT filed a protest In Iho
land office and proceedings hm. b.-en stayed
to await the determination by a court of com
petent Jurisdiction of the right Of ownership
and Kissesslnn to said premises. Tho parcel
of ground In controversy Is valevtd at $:'W0.
IMckson. Kills. Kills & Srhulder uro the at
torneys for the plaintiff
MRS CROSBY'S CHARGES.
Says Her Husband Is a Brute, and
She Wants a Divorce.
Cruelty nnd Inhumanity nre charged against
Toylor Crosby by bis wife. Kmlly Crosby. Mrs
Crosby started u edt for SiVoree in tho District
cvuii yesterday. Judge Hail Issued un lnjunc
fC) Don't Forget
fejjj You Can
Good Reliable Goods at
Lowest Possible Prices.
Every Article Guaranteed.
SAL SICKLE, The Jeweler
75 East Second South St., Between
Commercial and State Streets.
j3 Chrfcimas in the 8
Surprise mamma and com- Cfc
p te the buth-room furnishings fc?
and appliances for the Xmas jl
3P si-iimiiii ,,ii want a Thermom. - Ja3
JO ter -" to uk- spemges. anj
a price long and small handle A
n l.ru th rubber sponge some WK
l Castile soap rough bath yS
towels meillcatc paper and a MB
v thousand other little things you V
only think of when need jsa
them and haven't got them
V(H Tins Is th" proper season fm
buying things y.m would oth.-r-
Orueh! & FranKen, S
5 Southeast Corner IZ&la and id j
Third South Streets, Salt
M Lake City. H
XMAS APPLE i
Tou will want apples for Xmas, and
here is your chsnce to get good ones at
exceedingly low prices.
p. -t P.-nilouei- ar.l fl
1 elmont i i It sjj BOX
Best King, Rt - --tk j OS
cheek Pippin and SffxH'L-,-
Spltsenberg M D0A
fib .20 v i
p. st nine Pearmlne wfc. v ,
and Kentut k red sjJTj J8 dOa
i k apples
Carload of fine Oregon apples Just Ir.
The new Federal building sidewalk
nasi been laid, making a clear way to
our store for Xmns shoppers, where all
orders for Xmas delicacies will receive
South Side Grocery,
'Phones 807. 374 SO. MAIN.
tlon, restraining the defendant from taking
his children out of the slato aDd beyond the
Jurisdiction of the court.
Crosby Is a sheephardar They were married
at St. ileorge In February lWlL'. The cruelly
which Mrs. Crosby alleges consisted of the de
fendant charging her with Infidelity. Ho also.
It Is alleged, threatened to kill le-r. has kept
hor children awuy frean her. has fulled to gup.
port her for tho jiast throo years and has de
aerted her. The plaintiff says that eTrosby has
been Kullly of habitual drunkenness.
Mra. Crosby says that In July. 19eU, her hus
band charged her at e'allente. Nov . with un
chostlty; that he was accustomed to apply to
fo r. in the presence "f her children, all kinds
of vile epithets and that ho knew that the oc
cupations that ho brought against hor wero
false She says that ho threatened. In cose
she commenced an action for divorce, to take
th'lr Ihr-e minor .hlldten out "f the -tat.- and
b. .,nd the jurisdiction of th- I'tah courts To
prevent this. Judge Hall Issued tho restraining
I'Ulntlff asks for a divorce, for the custody
c, c tho throo children and feT permanent alimony
Bather Sues Sriltair Company.
Suit for iZlrio has been brought agaJnst
I he Saltalr Peach company Jeri'mlah
I.angford Is also made defendant hank
Kennedy Poo is the plaintiff in the suit.
He had his foot cut one day last sum
mer bv u piece eif tin
I lain tiff claims that the compnn. nnd
Longford as esses, mulntnlneel a bnthlnu
resort at Saltalr They there operated a
number of bath houses They invited the'
public to come there anel use the bath
houses. Plaintiff claims that It was the
dots of the i ompaiiv to ki p the water
ir.-,. from all Injurious substsnces. Tho
public used the water and was entitled to
be protected by the company. While
getting into the water he trod on a piece
of tin. Ills right foot was badly em
lie was damage.! In lho sum of JiSOOO and
had a doctor's bill of S5,
S. Dunsinarc filed an answer In tho
IMstrlct court yesterday In the xuit
brought against him by A K Kale i-li
over an election bet. Raleigh and one
William i lays maele a bet about the elec
tion of Sheriff Emery. Dunsmore was
I he stakeholder Raleigh had bet Clnva
that his brother. Joe Kulelgh, the Ameri
can party candidate, would receive moi
votes in ningham district si than Km-
, i .. Dunsmore says that he turned the
money, $75 a side, over to Clays on No-
vember u as Clays had won the bet
lie di tiles that Kali lull demanded the )..
turn of the money deposited by him. lie
asks that the actiem he dismissed with
coats. The answer does not In any wg
Not a minute should b lost when a
i htld stlOWS symptoms of croup. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon
ns tho child becomes hoarv, or even
after the croupy cough appears, Will
prevent the attack. It never fall, und
Is pleasant to lake-. For aale by all
I Coupled With Money Saving for Xmai
Shopper on Sato
TODAY THURSDAY j
DECORATED CHINA PLATES REDUCED
20c plates ft-inch shte, floral iao. I AH the 75c and BBc plates flae
and gold decorations . gJSJB . tt to JVVi
35c cake plates, handsomely 0lrfe All the $1.25 and $1 W plates Qft.fr
decorated, cut to . .. J anj piacques rut to .. . ..
Quadruple Plated Ware at Tremendous Reductions
sugars creanurs or drinking 1 Qgtyc
I'ji to (2.00 pickle castors and cracker QArfg
jars at ....... v 7UVlB
4-ploeo ten sets, consisting of pot sugar. creamer a n.l spoonliolder ST Q
regular price $4..V. today ...
Purses "and Sags Reduced
5tV e-haln purses, either silver or gold JIT", lo "Peggy" bags In variety
i d, on white 23cts of styles and colors, $1,25
$1 ..i v.rlt bags, "poggv from Paris' $1.00 silk opera bags, rich figured
Style. In all Sftrf-t slllts- linMl1 throughout, 4RftS
colors JVvW . ,,).,., only vvo
These $1 Gold FSated Frames I
' ifv5 Florentine pattern, of durable archi- J
' tectural metal, heavily gold plated, Bl Bft
. ayVni v' in not tarrush
Fancy Baskets framed 1 brush and
J PICTURES COMB SET5 L
26c to padded work I $2.75. beautiful antique H
. , , Big showing of pretty Ivor: brush and comb y
baskets in all colors, rib- pictures, were 25c Sterling sliver 1
! bOn drawn, cut to- 35c. only- EftE? I
IOC 15c $1.50
j TO THE LADIES:
Do you know the nicest and most suitable
present you can give your father, husband,
I brother or sweetheart for Xmas is a pair of
BANISTER'S SHOES for dress or business
I wear? We have nine styles for 1905 to select
from. All styles, shapes and leathers. We will
give a fit or refund money after Xmas. Price fj
$5.00 per pair. See our window.
THE MOORE SHOE CO ,
258 South Main Street.
eluclelate the enigmatical ctomplaint filed
by Raleigh s attorneys.
Out of respect for tho late Juelge Loof.
bourow, Jurge Morse adjourned court yes
ti rdoy morning. Attorney S C. Patter
son got up and Informi d the court offl-
clally of judge Loofbourow'e death M
moved that, owing to tho respect every-
ne had for the deceased, the court ad
journ for the day and attend the funeral
i in tl url's own motion. Judge Morse
appointed a committee to draft resolu
Hons of respect Attorneys Andrew HOW
at, S. C Patterson and Parley L Wil
liam w. re appointed on the committee.
The resolutions will be placed on the min
utes of the court.
Judge Hall granted Bert B Ferris a
divorce from Uraco B Ferris yesterday.
les.Tilon was the ground for the ai tlon.
Tin v were married In Sanborn, La., In
Judgment for the defendants was ob
tain..! In Judge Hall's court yesterday In
tho case of Joseph P. Megeath et al..
vs. 11. It Col" and the 11. B. Cole com.
pany Plaintiffs brought suit for an ac
counting as to certain suras In the treas
ury of the company. The funds wore ob
i lined by the sale of eighty shares of its
Stick Plaintiffs claimed that $:Vit was
due them The court finds that that sum
Is not due them. Megeath has $s.(tJ com
ing to him and each of the other plaintiffs
iwenlv cents apiece.
Senator Shoup's Son Here.
Walter Shoup. youngest son of ex
Senator Shoup. is a well-known lawyer
In Salt Uike Citv. He has llv.d here .. v. r
-inc. l.MXJ. In which year he graduated
from the law schexd at Yale. He is now
a mi mber of the iirm f Lawrence &
Shoup I- lug 0 partner qf tleorge' N Law
rence He was assistant City Attorney
under George L. Nye in i:02-3.
Mr. Shoup was born In Salmon City,
Ida . w bare th Shouns lived before mov
ing to Hois. He is the youngest of three
sons of Senator Shoup. He was summoned
to hie father's bedside and will remain
there until after the funeral.
S. ii it.ir Shoup used tO make frequent
trips to Salt Pik" dt op Iciflpess. lb
was unite well known here, being a great
frl nd of Y . F. James.
New Ocean Steamship Line
COPENHAGEN. Dec. 21 It Is said that
, steamship e-ompan composed of Nor
wegians and Americans will soon bo ln
. , i pointed with a capital of $2,500,000. It
Li the purpose of the incorporators to
. pi rate a line of steamships between
pi rij of Sw.d.'ti and Norway and New
York, starting with three ships of 0,nrt0
Commissioner of Mines and Minerals
ST LOUIS, Dec. 21 A telegram from
I r 1 ei . el i P.n, u'.-om .pblc 1 1 sur ,.r
of Washington. D. C, accepting the po
sltlon of Commissioner of Mines and Min
eral! it the Lewis nnd ( lark exposition.
I '..ii land. r was t.al.r, r.celved at the
L,ewls and Clark headquarters on the
World's f ilr sr.'iinds
Was Syveton Assassinated P
PAHis. Dec 21 M Byvaton, father of
tho lato Deputv Syvcton, todav made a
formal complaint to the crlmlnul court
that his son hail been the victim of ati
assassination. Tho accused person was
not specifically named, as the examining
magistrate I? to make a specific charge
after tin Investigation of the complaint.
Work of the Bed Cross.
(Correspondence of the Associated Press
MUKDEN, Nov. 21. A report on the
work of the Red Cross in the Northeast
ern district has been submitted by
During the month of October 10,691
sick were treated Of these. aO 9S per
cent were only slightly 111 and 10.02 per
cent seriously sick. A little over 53 pet
cent of the sick recovercel under treat
ment. The others were Invalided or
transferred to other hospitals
Less than 1 per cent tlle-d
The figures relating to the woundeel
are conflicting and uncertain, but It ap
pears the ratio of shot and shell wounds
to cold steel was about 2.15 to 1.
Sevastopol Badly Disabled.
TOKIO. Dec. 21 Admiral Togo, who
has personally made a series of obser
vations of the Russian battleship
Sevastopol, telegraphs to the Navy de
partment expressing the opinion tha,.
the Sevastopol is badly disabled
Great weight Is attached to Togo's
personal observations r;nd opinion in
slanceel by the fact that when the Rus
sian battleship Petiopuvlovsk was
Et'tik Togo was one of the few officers
of the entire Japanese Meet whose eye
caught the vision of speedy disaster.
Governor Stands by the Czar.
ST. PETERSBURG. Dec 21. The
Governor of MOSCOW has officially con
demned the resolution of the Moscow
town council December 13 advocating
popular control of the government and
f re. ilom of the press and of meeting On
Instructions from Interior Minister
Bvlatopolk-Mirsky, City captain Go
llsyn hns elernanded an official explana
tion of why questions outside of Its
competency were discussed by the town
SSOLUETT, f EABOOY & CO., I