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I ,,tmi l:n'C THE salt LAIvE page eleven H
Ksf4 ptV' R"ir screened
LFlarS if'tTan eastern
B -J 5 mantel.
de expensive chan
fiSrlS -un Sr rods on 2nd
0 S V1 rh Kround
BftSi W South dlKB
5.' K front
lt 80 . fine tor-
1 JIODEKN HJfjed brick
r.r.hv 1 finish.
F5S?ftm. extra large
fe-iind bacK stairway, two
t frori am' 1 on , r?
rcr""7- .V corners on North
I , plicated for
bMoom mod. .brick home,
p. - . " :; ,. -t
elt Tprinx, must go at
! c J J h- city for cash or
j A yiflliU , v :
, ; -,7.tt..-. renting ror
fJSth; close li
RSScottao. 7th South, near
Xta?o, ant offer.
I'SlV JOth South.
-", io rt.. citj b d
faj'nr. rlctr, M down. $1 . per
Ivy :sn south, dim
I ' INV. CO.
Lib' property on Btate street,
Kl lth Po.; at $225 per front
,Lirv sir-! nnw and getting
j r time. Good building site
r OF HOUSTON'S HOUSES.
lye (raire cottage 735 Poplar nr
r:v: (fii) Term
Htdllnf West and Ninth
'ry fHt. Low at JloOO
SpMJ4l. facing south, with good
rstttrt. Terms. tl20O
afertLn boms on :.th East drive.
I ft. fucln? west. Iawn and
fl nii l"n on same to buy-
K 11 ImJ of Mln Bt Oi t
Est cK and volley; small dwl
Moi; tF.-m J20O"
itira r'slJene.?. facing west 00
t,:'.u !ri fjo ,xS rods. Good
(Birr hOQW. A bargain. $3.rJ'"
I , SEE
i I NY. CO.
H 'Phones ft.
rl'RCHASED TWO REA1 Ti
ll Vtts on Znd st. between P and
front, - .ft lot, '-1 ixlO rods.
Lit nit ar.J make reasonable
nail record In building houses
thr)f Houses built by m. aio
ttt-tap. rtuily-m.Mj. , 1., -. .
IVlt South st. Phones Ml
51. I2T it pf;p. MONTH (IN-tw.-
buys a T-room L'-storv
N E b-nrh E L.. bath.
I b'jtlf. vlr.w. 0t s worth
MK. pwu.oo sarrlHce price,
1 S. Tribune. .117 :7
WCK. MODERN. WITH
st. N. E. location 20 minutes'
".fry terras; address twii
J . 1
11. Bargains in homes
P 4 Po, Mfirs. R. E Dr-pt .
Ff'n. 5: W. ?d So Tel 49:
H,0' 'jTh'e. AND 11TH
M:-Jt ia each, ri" down. $in
Tv1t;J!f: H' "- of ground.
taT1; c"Jrii runs; all well
K JJ.' home and a chance to
5-rf . 11 th e sold on
klLnr arr;it sacrifice
t ' F M PowHI. Mgr
Jsit all errora m title.
BSlttf'Hf.purcha0 or sale.
tndr Deseret Bunk
SMI W 2ND So7IF1h7.
felf ' HAVE
h irh 7iln'1 dolla'"' worth
Kt, 1 or control -x-
KS't" 'see l0"
J2'E Ik TATE. THAT8
laln, rod ball algnw
iB?:-; - rv,1" ,a''t"" Th" Tribune
Mlflaf. of business
K ' r n , cheaper per
!r'l tnls veh I". . it
B4, n4r H al kri b, u
nnr'' M 0 N tTj
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
REGE REALTY CO.
The- Regt. Re.iltv contpanv,
under the mnnnemt-nt of F
U Powell, doing business at
Suite U In the AVnJker Bank
Mankh.i: BulldlnK on ,'-.at S-r
ond South, conducts nenrrnl
t-ril f-statr- oftlca and handles a
la ge list ot rentals
In connection with thin thov
,ir- onf of the most prominent
hom builders In the , st Mi
Powf-ll Is an architectural su
perintendent of extensive ability
and experience, and Is a member
Of the lirn, of Warper - Powelli
arcblteou ;.nd engineers
The Reg rompnnv usu.'.IU
have from tlfteon to twentv
buildings under course of. Cpn
Btructlotl and their work can be
seen In all parts "f the oltV, ne
.f the features on Third South,
between Fifth and Sixth E:it,
the residence of Mr L. G.
Bemls. the IllnKliam mine op
erator, was designed nnd erect
ed by this firm.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
THE SFri I'.ITV A F1STP.ACT ( O
Salt Lake and T.mele rnunlv nbntraets
Atlas blk.. 30 V 2nd Hn. Tel. 2pn ul9C7
YOUNG man uiih N0O.O0 to spvtim.
can tnke manngernont aikI Interest In
ndvertlslns mi printing bualnesn paying
dr.uble the Investment first year Ad
dress Y 41 Tribune fUBflB
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list of Inventions wanted, finest publico
tlon Issued for free distribution. Contains
valuable Information regarding put'.u-'
trade marks nnd Copyrights how to ob
tain nnd pell them, 10n mechanical move,
liients, etc. Patents secured by uk ajlver
tised free In the patent record. Sample
copy fr c Address Ev.i n Wllkln a .'o..
retrlBtered ntlorneys, 500 F street, Wash
lr.gton, D. C. .1712
ARRANGEMENTS (AN BE MADE
nnd a contract entered into wltli the
United Slates Underwriting and Guaran
ty company whereby It contracts to pay
off the bonded Indebtedness of a company
at lis mnturlty. The payment of a
bonded indebtedness Is guaranteed by a
deposit in escrow under the control of a
trustee In trust of suftVlent cash or
bonds Issued by the United States Gov
ernment When your slocks or bonds are guaran
teed tn.-v are readily sold
UNITED STATES UNDERWRITING
709 Time bldg.,
Pittsburg. Pa ,1V2
SUNBL7RST AND ACCORDION
plentiog. Mrs. Jennens 47 E 1st So. b42
YOUTHS AND MEN'S f'LOTlflNO ON
easv pavrnent '.-t nam. vlth first pav-
ment. Tho Hub. 25 W. So. Temple bH74
MOVING AND STORAGE.
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS. MOV
Ing. 9torage and com'o'l hauling. 19 W.
1st So. 21K9-X u03
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.
moving, oacklnR and shipping Phone 515.
Office, and 12" S. W. Temple. hl&45
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
J. D. MUIR. 142 W. 2ND SO. BOTH
A ST. BERNARD DOG ANSWERS TO
the name of Muck, four white feet, White
face; will pay 135 reward leading to parti.-
taking him Address Z4M Bo Srd Baal
or I'honc Hl'.i-V
FOR QUICK WORK CALL UP
Keytlng it Anderson Plumbing Co..
130 N 1st West. Tel. teOC-K. xfl?l
MRS A C ANDREWS. SINGINO
teacher. Lampertl method Studio 184 Q
MOROCCO ANNOYS FRANCE.
Possible the Government May Occupy
PARIS. Dec. 24 -The crisis In Morocco
Is assuming a warlike aspect, leading tne
Government to consider all eventualities.
InrludliiR tho possibility and even the
probity of the occupation of a chain of
Bix or seven of th.- most important ports,
giving Franco control of the Moroccan
customs and communication with the out
er world Th! will not be definitely de
termined until the 8ultan responds to the
French demands for redress '1 he OCOU
p.ill. ,11 of port- I- o-.nt.Mnol t" !" ni'-'f'
eff,- :ve ti.an a naal demonstration at
the 1 r.lted Stales demonstration at Inn
Bier showed the .Moroccans are unmoved
unless a demonstration is accompanied
by coercion, even the seizor.- of pons
not bringing the Sultnn to terms.
France In able to send a military ex
,i dltlon from ,M- rla I'll - French troops
In Alererlu number FAOOO and thev nn
easllv increasable by 80,000, whereas the
Sultan's army does not exceed 3u00 men
Hi ev.-r Foieign Mlnist.-i I telcasse Is
moving oauilousU and still hopeful thnt
.-, ,,.sorl to Ton will be unheOeSSAr)
i-nre nlf.o I s heiilK taken to avoid the Snl
tnn's proclaiming a holy war which
would arouse tie- Mohammedan fanatics
Women Join the Strike.
NEW YORK. Dec. 24 Women to the
number of 860 employed by the mem
bers of the Cap Manufacturers' as
sociation have joined In the Strike
agalrrst tho open-shop riclnratlon of the
association. In all about 1800 or 1900
worker are now on strike nnd the fac
tories will remain Idle until next week
Whsn cap maker Will be offered work
on tho open-shop plan
More than 86,000 square inches of
white paint In front of Gregory's
cigar store, ji West First South.
SOUTH OMAHA, Doc. 24. -Cattle-Receipts
100; market unchanged Native
Bteers. 68.3606.10; cows and heifers $2 50
H . Western steers $S. 0034 7u. Texas
iiSi 2 WCMfc range cows nnd heifers.
1.4009.50; cannora. I1.60OB.80; styckers and
r'oder., 2 4ff4r.:i. calves. $2 ytfth 7Jt; hulls
stags, etc.. $1 760. u,
Hogs-Recolpts. 5,fino. market shade
, "env:'''. M.40M.6; mixed. $1.40
! light, ?4 4244 47i; pigs. M.OO4.40;
bulk of Bales, $4 4fi4 42;.
Shee Receipts, none market nomlnol
LV.?tnrly 'esterns. 84.96O5.40; wethers
1 "7 ...if. , ewes, S8.76i94.80; common end
stockers 82.GQO4.60rlambs, :..':''
KANSAS CITY,. I.e. - U -i attlo-Re-
ceipti i". market, irSchangWl nativo
l'21T n...'. , najb e cows and. heifers
li rpO5.00j Blockers aid feeders I2.00a74io
bulls. ,2vr,4 oft; calves; 83.0feo:5O;estern
st. .- .tfrvoii Western . ows $1 7. ,
Hogs-Receipts. 200; strong to 6c higher;
hoik of sales. U.&tH.fA; heaxj 4.50fif460
Packers, H lOfl 1 v.; pigs and llghl : ! i
BT? lOSEPH Mo., Dec 24 -rattle-Re.
eclpts, 78; market ateady; natives I8.6SO
6.60; COWS and half era JlT:.ft4 0f; stockers
and feeders 82.6O8.0n
Hogs Receipts. opened vc higher
closed with advance lost; light, -U 34 5-"
medium and heavy. 4.460M-0.
Sheep Receipts, none, demand Strong.
Financier's Review for Week.
NEW YORK ixv- 24 -The, Financier
says this week:
The statement of the associated hanks
of New York city tor the Week ending
December 84, was rather featureless, so
far as Important charges are concerned
It Is obvfoUS, however, that the report
of the affiliated Institutions failed to dis
close the teoetpis or interior money
which are floating this way, although
the statement was somewhat complicated
bv current export gold engagements
which aggregated. gnce the 0r6VlOoS HU-
urdayj about three minions of dollars
Preliminary estimates made the week's
g.'.ln In dish hv the hunks as high as two
011111011". but the clearing house report
gave the Increase ns only KW.Ono or alxuit
one. tenth tho earlier rallmntes There
WSS a moderate flsflPSSSS f 11,627,600 In
lor.ns, due to the cessation of netlv'llv on
the stock exchange, nnd tnls eecouirts for
the falling off of 82.002,000 In deposits.
I-e.enod reset ve requirements and the
K.iin in cash brought the excess reserve
up TOO,000 to J6.t47.226, or with the eiiml
nntlon of b.v .rmnem deposits to Si -
It Is s fair inference that with condi
tions continuing as at pr. sent the
chances for i.l.y decided hardening of
money rates are not yet In sight This
Is the season when funds begin to flow
to N w Y ak In larger volume although
as a matter of fact the average has been
Bolng on for n number Of weeks, owing
to the seeming superabundance of funds
a t intei lor centers.
In the annual review of banking con
ditions hi many r4tiea. furnished by bank
ing corporations to this paper and pub
lished this SrSSS S lone of optimism Is
rotice.ihie throughout ami the predic
tions are f,.,- a im,r.- -olive year in 19'.",
Industrially. commercially and OthSl
Vl in m has been exti.-i I. n. .1 durlnif
Jatfles A. Pollock A Co. bankers and
brokers G West Second South street fur
nish the following stock letter and gos
sip for the week:
SALT LAKE CITY. Utah, Dec. 24.- The
stock market this week oie-ned very Ir
regular, some specialties sh-jwlng con
slderable strength; but the general Hat
Inclined to weakness and dullness, with
trading very light and price fluctuating
within narrow Hmitp
As the week adanced this dullness be
came more and more pronounced, the
market a"si:mlng much of u holiday ap
pearance showing liltle haul sp.,! now
, and then In a few stocks, and Weakness
lrk oth is. with Frldu closing the Week I
ttadlng with a narrower range of values,
ami smaller sales, than has been wit
nesaed on ths stock exchange for some
months the total sales being onlj 281,4)00
shares for tho daj-.
Among the lndiistrlu is. Sugar was the
strongest feature In the Week's trading.
touching fL4ft, and although at the ClOSC
showing a reaction of 1'4 points, still
held a firm undertone
Among the railroad l.-s.i. Reading and
Rock Island have held tl.ejr own very
Will there being a good demand for both
with a noticeable absent f selling pres
sure in then- stocks as weii aa In tin- bal
anct of the list
Southern Pacific, it Is believed, will
have a dividend of 'i per cent next year;
this announcement causing that stock t.
advance rapidly to k.",'v. cents on Wednes
day last, hut Influenced by the apath)
of the general market It sagged off and
closed steady at 18 cents, with the foe.
Ing very confident thai higher prices will
be son In this stock, together with tie
other Pacifies the coming year.
Railway earnings are large and show
every evidence of increasing, the oops
ure good, and these Indlsputa bis tacts,
raken with the general proirperltj of the
country In till directions lead us to be
lieve thai condition as affsotlng the
stock market; remain unchanged and al
though distant rumblings of Mr law -son
ami his doings are lieard. we antici
pate very little if any. further eruptions
from this source, and after the first of
the year, when tho market has again
settled down to bUslninSS, (although there
will be occasional reactions and sol
hacks, we confidently expect a broader
and healthier market with prices steadi
ly advancing, and advise the purchase Ol
all good railroad shares on any substan
tial decllnt 1
The wh'-at market has been cry dull
but showol considerable st r. 111. t h, and a
grod advance over hist week's closing
prices. V'c look for a scalping market
In this as welt us in tne other cereals
for the time being, with no decided ten
dency cither way and would buy 011
sharp breaks taking smnll profits on ihe
Provisions ate holding VSTJ firm, ami
purchases on sharp reactions may prove
All exchanges slnnd adjourned until
Vuesday morning. December 27.
KEW TORN, bee. 21 The statement
-if averages of the clearing house banks
of this Olty for the Week shows
Loans . .' vft.067,48O.i!00
D. I.O-I.S l.'fi U'.'J
Increase u. hH.Mu
Legal tenders .S.tio.tjun
Increase . :s.,ji
Specie 210.1IC. M.i
Reserve required 2.3,52s, S75
Decrease 600 600
Surplus . 15.21 1 22 1
Increase i W.OOO
r s deposits -l.Ouo.OM
Now York Money.
NEW YORK. Dec. 24. Money on call
nominal; no loam Time loans io.min.ii.
sixtv days, nlnetj days o1"1 Mx months,
' t, ,, ,1 . per cent I ' Ime meri an tile papei .
p.. p, r cent Sterling exchange noml:
1, , I w ith actual t.n ! In hnnki 1 s' hills
u -.., K . ' lot demand, and at $4.-1.00
(S4S4 65 for slxty-daj bills Posted rates,
Ji.ibVt and 84.88 cbmroe'rclal bins, t AM
Closed at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Dee, 21 There will
bono marks) reports until TuoSdas De
cember 27 All exchanges adjourned ,Vrr
New York Butter.
(JEW 1TORK Doc, 24 -Butt r- i inn.
itreet prie s extra creamery. 2U -. ' .
Official ptlcei. eteamci, common to ex-
Oranges Go at
Markets So Busy They Have No
Time to Send, for Small
Orttnre are the only thlnft on th market
which rfltrr a chnno ond that It r rtrnp
of from (0 cent to a dollar a box Toter.1y
tho markvts were so huy selling things that
some of the amnller shipments. Just arrlvod,
wers allowed to remain at the depotr There
was no tlmo to arrn for their transfer or
to re-eolvo them. This wttsaapeclally the case
with tlio fluh market. Everywhere the mor
kets "report.vl a rTeiin wfp. lu To fhe ("hrlst
B1M rush of Mtrdiy Judging from ti.
amount onleroJ. neorij ftverybodv In Polt
Lake ought to dine royally tomorrow.
Hny, "train and Wruw -Oat straw, per bale,
Kt . nlfalfa. $10 JO i tltnothv. p.r ion. baled.
Ill 1 WbCkt, per bushel. Vf.Utl 1". orn per
CWl , 11.80491 K; corn, cmeked. Jl 3.'.':il to.
OAts, per rwt lt.40Ol.IO; rollo.l ...-'
81. 1001 .48; barley. rolled. 81 35; flour,
bakers' tfo 1, U po; Hour, -trairh gradn. $2.40
gi t0 flour, hlch pstnt $2 8001 70 HMf
k-ruhani flour 5'12 70. cornmeal. tl 70r: no,
bran, ft 00 t.ran and shorts. II 10
Meats - Drenad bef per pound.
flrSSSSfl fu per poUDd 70! lre..d lomb .er
pound. 7e, dreAaed mutton, per pound, .
dressed hogs. Jc. live $4 on per ctvt mlnce-
Poultrj' Droased hens, I2c: broilers, per
pound. ISoj turkeys. 8Se
Fruits C alifornia gropes. 12.00; t'lah SpplSS.
per bushel. 11. 00. Idaho np.plas. I1.2S; ftantu
Paiila lemons per NjX. 11 OOOl.lO; baifnnos.
per bunch, f2.2K433.0O: cranberries. 19 Wri0.ft0
per barrel; dates, per pound t?ine: oranges,
per box. U.ntvgs cm
-ni' Beet fiigar. per rwt , f1 in; cane
'e;etahes CSJIfOnUa head lettuce per AOS .
4.V evstn plant, per dor. 4V, celery, per dox .
Mo, pnrsnlps per cvvt . $1 2'. yellow- onions,
per 100, 11 80; I egetnble marrow, per doi . 0fr;
red eabbage. per pound. .'S' swei.t jwitntorn
per rwt., 2 00. tjtab cabbage, per cwl., $1.7&,
potatoes, per ewt., :ac ; turnips, beets and enr
:.l, t.r ewt Jl !.". gr. en onions. per ,,.r
2c; pumpkins. do.. 11 86; t tah lettuce, Wc;
-nullllowrr. per pound. l.vj(12c
L'atrv Products Ratter. per pound. 880J
tho -. per pound. Ifci eggs per cose, $7 rtl
.76; comb honey, per crnie, $2.7n, BwaltSer
O8.S04 flour high patent $2 Mtf2 70: n-e. 12 80;
cheese, por pound lsc. Ilmburger rhe, per
r-f.und. lc. rram brick cheese, per pound. 17c,
ISdain cheese, per dol. , 812.00. -
Flsli Sabci-in. l.V; mountain trout. Mfo; hali
but. 12c; striped Imss. per pound. I6c sol..
per pound. 9e. flounders prr pound, fr; Cali
fornia smells, per pound. 12c. catfish, per
pound 12e; perch, per pound lOol lObStCfi
per pound, l"c: DJTStSla New York ce.unts, SI BO
per KO, selects, 12. ?i per gallon; Olympian
13.00 er gallon' I'romarty bloaters, per IOC,
13.(0: codfish, tOfte; smoked salmon, 10tH2V.
tsdnstl or rel snapper, I7r; blueflsh. 17r, ecre
basse, per dox , 25c. whlteflsh, lie; pompano.
Meats Prime rib. 17c; porterhouse, ISOMc
pork, lie, mutton-, hop. lOOlSs; legs. 12'jc
lamb, par pound. 12H91Sc; veal, 12g20c; veal
Poultry Dressed ben. 164fl8c; broilers l7tf
18c; turkeva. 25c; ducks. IXtjIOc; roast springs.
.--. trnl ducks, per pair, 80a mallards. 75c.
Fruits 1'tah apples, per peck, 3n-J40c. lem
ons, per do , 2U, oranges, per doi , 2S-Htflc ;
bananas, per doz . SDOSOc; pears three pound!
for 25c grapes iblaeki, per bask, t MUOtr;
f- ti.ecranates, per pound U pineapples each
.?)'! l.o ; grapefnilt. per dor.. 76c and up. itnn-
beriln I ( 'All f rtl I A I . per box. 2 V
egetables. New celery bunch, Sc; oyaler
planl, bunch. &c, parsnips peck, 20c. red cab
boge por pound. 6c; sweet .tatoes, per pound.
Sc; cauliflower, per pound. lrc; potntoes. per
leck. ?K . rnbbage. per pound, 3c; turnips,
per iKtck 2ec. green onions. 3v-. rarrots, per
peck, 20c; beets per perk. BBci lettuce, t-c
pumpkins 16c; Hubbard suunsh. lOmte; hot
bouse lettuce. ur bund;. 0.-. splnii' li, four
oundfl for LCc; allfornta French srtlrhokeH,
each. 10c; 1'lah Brussels sprouts, per pound,
lne; pin ias two p.un.U for .'V. I'nllfornbi
sirlngbi-ans, per pound, 15c..
Ilalry Prcnlucts Mullet, per pound, 30c
cheese lie , egg, p.-r dox . 30tf35r. fancy
cheese, per pound. 2fk-; comb honey, per comb,
lje; strained hnoy. ir pcund. I'j . Swim
cheese, ir pound, 40cj llmburger cheese, per
lound, 6K-: cream brick cheen-, '.-ic. Kdaui
chc-esc. each, $1.2f.
Fish Block bass, 3Sc; salmon. 17'-jc, moun
tain trout, 40c. halibut, 16ci striped bass. 8c;
Mm. klnac trout. LiV ; codfish, ltc; pTch. 12c;
sturgeon, Uai whltellsh. SQjpJ mountain her
ring 15c; lobster. H'-jc; select oysters, per
quart. 60c . barracuda, per pound, 88QS0C.
The direc t and short route ChlcSgO to
Cincinnati, mdana polls, Louisville,
t'cjlurnbus, and nil points i-.,utb Sleep
rs on trains leaving at night and parlor
cilts on clay truins. Ask agents of . uti
i . ting linos to .ell you tickets over the
Pennsylvania Short line? rlte George
T. Hull. D. A . 819 Seventeenth street.
Denver. Colo, for details.
Residence 'Phones 2.00
Per month. Individual lines. I'tah
1 1. dep. -in lent Telephone Co.
SCHOOL MUDDLE IS
GROWING IN INTEREST
Sie.. inl to The Tribune
LOGAN. Dec. 24. An nterest!ng situation Is
developing hero relative to the public school
management At tho recent election on the
7th Inst, ono of the trustees chosen wus l.o
renzo Benson Mr Benson has been Identi
fied with the schools of Logon either aa
truste... ,,( jnnlloi for ihe past nine v . n r.
having scred four years on the board and
the pust five yeais an Janitor of the Wood
ruff school building, and in ach capacity
glvlog goiMl satlnfu. tlon The Contmversv
grows from an ambltbin on the part of Mr
Benson to hold Ihe position of trustee nnd at
the sarno time hold his place as Junllot
One of th parties to the contention holds
that this Is both undlgnlllvd arnl unfair, sub
ordinating tho teachers io Ihe Janitor and giv
ing ths Janitor a voice In determining his
own salary, and nl tho pa mo time receiving
t.vo t.alorles from thfl imbllc school funds
Another ground of fintenllon, n In. II n(l
In an article published In the l-ognn Mepubll
can by "Cortex." Is Benson s use of uueton
sbl" methods In securing hi own nomination
and election, and which led Jobn W Marr.tt
to boll t,he. ticket, throwing . all bis force,
ngsln-l B-n.-.on on election day. thui bringing
uon himself the wroth of the city eOnunll
tee end his depoHltlon n cltv rbulrman.
What the outcome of this affair will be no
ono pretends to say. the matter being wholly
In the hands of the new board of trustees,
composed .f two Demoorsta and three Repub
licans, Benson being nlllcl I., the lalo-r Ono
of the new board avers that bo will never
snpiHirl iinv employ..- who ha- s vote In de
termining the scale of his own salary, and
the l,ogan Journal contends that. In It Oppo
sition to Benson s alleged ambition. It has the
sympathy Of the public on Its sld... It state,,
the cose thus ' The Journal does not Intl
mato that Mi. Benson would not perform
fully and satisfactorily his duties either ns
Janitor or trustee But It does claim that It
Is upheld by'ffenoral public opinion In the H..
svrllon thai the combination of Offices referred
to Is anomalous. Incongruous. Indelicate l.n-
proper. contrary to the host interests of ths
public serVlce, and should Bot be tolerated
Government Is Slow Pay.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo Dec. 24 C.en
Linus B Sherman of tola city. pot depart
ment couimonder of the O. A. R. for Colo
raCo and Wyoming, today received srarrani
f .i 't W for a debt which the ic.vernment
has owed him for forty years. It was n war
settlement wurrnnt for his servant's clothing
ii I low in for th.' month of March I lit, R h'.-ti
l pnld ne it result f s readJUHtmnnt of i lalmx
upon which Oen Bhennaa receiver T". sev
eral years ago.
Started Horse Meat Diet.
PARIS. Dec. 24 The statue of Oen. De-
roll who IntrodUOSd the uso of horse m.'Ot.
n unv e il". 1 In the nlHUgbtei -houso quarter
today with Impresslvo ceremonies
tra. 17fil"Vic; do held common to extra. 2
o:.o Stat.- dairy, common to extra, Wh
i -h ese - r nchanged
Eggs ynchansrsd, i
FOR J. H. YOUNG
Rio Grande Employees
Thirty-Second Degree Ma
sonic Emblem for For
Went to th? Lawrence Home. Where
Engineer Bywater Made Speech
to General Superintendent.
General Superintendent Joseph II
Young of the Colorado & Southern ar
rived In the city yesterday morning and
all day was busily engaged in visiting
friends about the general offices. Last
evening n number of his former associates,
and employees of the Rio Grande Western
Went to the residence of Henry W. Law
rence where Mr. nnd Mrs. Young are
guests fol- the holidays, and Knglneer M -water
acting ns spokesman, Mr. Young
was presented on behalf Of employees of
all departments of the Rio fj rends :'-n.i
degree Masonic watch charm, which N
one of the most beautiful designs f ihe
kind ever seen In this country. It has the
ii-inii insignls and is set with twenty-four
fine diamonds. The charm is the work ..r
Boyd Park of this cltv ami Is n handsome
piece of work In nebllilon to lis grent
value At th- same time Mrs Young wa
presented with a carafe of ruby glass,
covered with silver.
That the tokens were aprsciatsd goes
without saying hut Mr Bywater, a
brother Mason and n railroad associate of
Mr Young's for years, made a very tact
ful speech and Mr. Young tried to re
spond although he was so surprised and
pleased I hat ils speech Is not reported
It WSS B combination Christmas gift
and a remembrance- of one who has left
the road with the host wishes of the em
ployees, and the event was one to be re
membered by all who were present A
social hour passed following the presentation.
GOULD ENGINEERS IN CHARGE
Western Pacific Men All Former Em
ployees on One of His Roads.
That the engineers on the Western PacCc
or- all Gould men Is becoming generally known
to railroad people Virgil el Jtogue. who has
ever been Gould's consulting engineer. Is the
consulting engineer for the Western Fa. Iflc
nnd the chief engineer n QeuigS L Dlllman
who Io s great friend of Bogui- The as
sistant ehb f engineer I A W K. ddle. nn
other Bogus man. nnd the division engineer
Is B F. House, who In Well remeinbereel here
J. A. Si SSH "ho formerly worked with Ihe
Short Una Is locating engineer, and down
the Hat ran be picked nut men who bSVa
tlBIS und again been In the field for Guld
The surveys arc- being worked up In Han Fran
. . nnd something will be done toward start
ing work right after the opening of the 10111
New Standard Time Card.
In the l?uanre of the i 'hrl trims -day tlmo
card of th.. Suit I-akc division, effucllve L';0l
. njl. Just past. Is distributed the flret ar.l
to be printed under the new standard for all
llanlman loads A contract has been entered
Into between the railroads and the Tribune
Job Printing company for publishing oil work
ing UnWCarda of the Salt IJIke division
Southern Pacific, t'tab division I'nlon Pacific
and all divisions of the. Oregon Sheit I. lne.
New typo ha been purchase.! by the mll
rosds und the cards will hereafter be uniform
The only hunge In the new card Is In No. 1,
which leaves lgd'-n at 3:35 p. m In place of
3:40 p, in
Chnnge All Around.
One rullrouder yesterday, after tuklng a pull
at u t 'iirisiuiHs cigar, delivered blwaall of
ibis prognostication w n Bancroft win go
to San Fnmctsco. to bo aucceeje.l her by
K Buekingbum: B B alvln win stay at
Portland, us ho bus already made such s
Co I r.-curd. F. 1 Mun.oii will come to s.itt
LAfcS us general superintendent. G. ll I'ltn-
tead goes up to the i.inho division and n
V lb nder.-in luku the Monlnnu UIvIhIoii "
As nothing official Is announced, guesses
will continue until the changes ure settled.
Block System of Train Dispatching.
IflBSOULA, Mont.. Dec. 24 It is an
nounced h.-re that the Northern Pacific
management is preparing td install the
block system Of truln dispatching all along
Hs system The system Is already In
operation on sections of the line and Is
said to have proved very satisfactory.
The travel from Ihe city yesterday was Immense-Over
300 ticket were told at Ihe depot for
Hlo Grande .No 10 jeslerday.
Ben Nevlns has gone to I 'allfornta to pass
the holldas w th his family
The usual remembrance were featured of th
day In general and local offices.
The general offices will le closed todav and
tomorrow, next Sundoy and New Year's day
H W Kdgerton Is coming Io the city a-s
traveling man for C. A. Walker of the North-
W. B. Throgmorlon succeeds Traveling
Freight Agent Greene on the Colorado Mid
land. General Supei Intemlent A. E. Welby of the
nto Grand Western was expected to return
to ihe olty last v sninS
The Pnlt ljke Route hod a big day v. ith
Salt Lakers returning home for the holidays
and others i oinlng to the city from the outside
General Manager n K. Wells of the Salt
like Route In bock front h's huMn trip to
Denver lie confirms Ihe report that H. K
Van HoUBSn will become the superintendent
of tl. I'tah division Mr Van It , men was
formerly a superintendent of the Oregon Short
I. lne and I'nlon I'm Iflc ond Is well known
hen, At nrenent he Ik In charge of the Copper
licit at Bingham.
$10,000 NAME FOR TOWN.
Thttt Sum Bequeathed by Woman to
Perpetuate "Cushmau "
il RKKNKI RLD, Mass. Dec 24 Ten
thousand dollars awaits the town which
will adopt the name Of Cushman R the
death ut Saicm of Mi j Anns Cushman,
aldos of the late Lleut.-Go Henry w.
t"i shtnan. formerly of Bernardstown, this
nmouni of money held In trusl got a to
Bernardstown if H takes the name of
In i ;.xc Hern.ll'.lptow ll f.ills Io avail It.
self of tlio 111. Ml v hii Massac huset ts
town of mors than ioto may bav. ths
mOOOy under the sunie conditions. In the
i vent ..f the failure Ot S Massachusetts
town to take the money In tiv.- years th.
offer Is op.-n io any town of 10(0 In the
Rock Springs, umberland. Castle
Oate and Clear Creek coal. Mason Coal
Co., 78 "W 2nd South. 'Phone 1? ,
f 1 1 i !-.;p
Tribune's Ogden Bureau
fislSO WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. I V''
Ad-rerrtlstng Rate Vnrnlahed on Application. j
1 j i i
AT THE HE ALT HOTEL.
When you corns to Ogden. opposite the
Union depot The celebrated Osterrooor
felt mattresses In every room. Bampla
rooms and cafe In connection.
NATURAL LITHIA WATER.
"Makes everything Good."
F. J. K.ese1 & Co.. Ogden
Rlegor LIndley. Salt Lake. Distributers
HUNTERS KILL THREE
Special 10 The Tribune
BJPHRAlaf, Dee 84 Dr. Otto Nicinon.
I.ourlt-. nnd .fen i- Nle!on and Arthur IfOT
tenxen retu.n.-d borne Tfterdoy fre.m Wayne
COUnty, where they have sfnl tlie past few
i..k in hunting The company brought with
them 3'W ducks.
Ah In Anderson rum.- borne from Wyoming
vent-rdov to pvnd the bolldavs v lth his folks.
Benjamin .Tenon com home from Sweet.
Ida . on Thursday.
Miss Stella BrlokBOn of Gunnison Is tsltlnf
lelstlv-es In Ihls city.
Chnrlesi Strong ond wife came dnw n from
Salt tik yaatarday and win visit h"r a
few days with relative and friends.
Nbls r-tr CbriatenaSB. on of Fphralm s
and DSI V.n..wn rlt!7..-ns died at his
hone Wednesday nfter a brief Illness from
pleurlaj Osc eased vf.s bom in T.ir. s-''gn.
Iljirrlng Ami I'enmnrk. ih..I.t 11 13.'.. He
am to this country In 1'T and csrne directly
to ihls city.
Arthur Ann-' ri: r. turned from Lof.ln yes
terdav cirvnld Jenson of Rexhurg Ma.. Is ldflng
frbnds Rnd relatives here during Christmas
Mrs, Murrav Larann or Sugar City. Ida . is
cl.ltlng friends an1 ..-litlves In this city She
will remain here . - j : II .prlng
Mr los.-h I ci r I i v nnd family of Stifitlv
side will spend Christmas with her parents
In thh. Itv
TAPPED TITHING SAFE,
Some Ungodly Man Makes a Good
Haul at Lchl.
Special to The Tribune
LEHI Dec. ;i The general tithing cfflce
was entered Mm lime last evening, the pcafe
blown open and the contents stolen In the
safe was about 73 In gold 40 In silver, I2J0
In coupon books on the several loe-al stores
and several hundred dollars In checks The
burglars left the checks on the table, took
the gold und coupon books, but evidently be
came frightened before finding the silver,
which was lyln ..n the floor.
None of the neighbors heard any sound and
the first learned of tho robbery wa. when
Bishop. Stoker the local tithing clerk for the
four wards, entered his ofrice this morning
.in. I found Ihe door of his safe lying on
several sa. ks of oats and tho safe's contents
n. altered about Ihe room. Some hold to the
opinion that ll wus the work of local crooks,
..wing to the fact that local people would Junt
n.ov expe. t to find large ums on hand be
cause this Is the season when tho saints are
getUlDg their tithing Mr Stoker had de
pOatted neitrly all his funds In the bank lata In
The crooks entered through a back door,
bored a hole through the toi Of the safe,
u ie I Inserted it tin tube through which they
pOUred an amount of blac k powder Into the
Interior of the safe.
To break the fall of the door and also to
muffle the noise, evernl sacks of grain were
pin, ad on and about th safe, and -the neat
ness with which It wus all executed would
bud to the belief that professionals did the
SON'S DISTRESSING FIND.
Crazed by Financial Loss, the Father
Hangs Himself in a Granary.
Si c . lul to The Tribune
Bit -1 1 K I KLD Dec M. Il was a dlstieuslng
tight ;h.n greeted one of the sons of J Peter
'lirlstensen of R-dmonJ Wednesday evening
Just about dark. The father had not been
noticed around the place since about in o'clock
In the forSOOOn and. as he bn.l shown a slight
nei - i unbalance daring lbs rust two r.k
It was deeided to main n search for him
on going Into the granary the son was hor
rifled IO Sea his fathaf banging by a small
.old from a rafter his feot on the lloor and
his knees almost touching It He was dead
when discovered and had been dead, apparent
i , f .i ...niu hours.
The son. being a grown young man. cut
the .old und let Ills futhct- down, and nutltlc-d
the family of bis discovery.
Mi Chriateaaan lost all his money a few
years ago In sheep and since then has brooded
over It He was never able to recover finan
cially and th fact so preyed upon hUpydhol.
about two weeks llgo. ll e.is l.itl,. l 1,.1 III.
mind was becoming affected He had grown
oup. despondent He Indicated no suicidal
thoughto. however, and his rash act wa u
complete surprise to his family He was tW
veors of uge and lenves a wife and seven gBOWfl
children. Ho moved to Redmond a few veors
ago from Mantl uul nl thit Mum was quit..
w oil -to-dc
PLEAD NOT GUILTY
Special to The Tribune.
COAIsVIXiLBh Dec. 2i. Judge Thomas D
lewls was out fr..rn Salt Lake yesterday and
held a short seMon of Dlstrlrt court. The
main business transacted ivpi In probate casu,
several orders decrees, etc , being made.
Thomas Moore and Joe WUSOD were ar
raigned and pleaded not guilty to the charge,
of robbery. These ore the men who broke
Int.. the pe. pie's M-ioinlUe company's slore
hern several months ago.
Mrs Kate Wllford was granted a divorce
from William Wllford 6n th ground of de
An order was made foe thlrty-flve Jurors to
he drawn, returnable February 13, and. Cpurt
adjourned to January ?7
Samuel Fsddles was tendered a birth. luv
parly last evening by hl family. In honor of
his rjrd onnlvcrsary All of hl children nnd
gi nndc-hl Idi en but one w ere present, and ot 6
o Clock on elaborate supper was served, after
which th evening was ipnt in singing songs
recitations socdol chat etc. Mr Fuddles was
prccentd with n beautiful, large leather rock-Inj-chalr
by his children
Good Results Follow
Special to Tho Tribune
LBKJ, Dec 24 -Th district school trustees
of Alpine have served notice on the local
church puthorlll thot the schoolhouse must
not In future b used for 'religion rlas" pur-
poaes I win ' remembered thai th.- district
trustees ones fought a most cxpnlv law
suit because of allowing th school building
to be used for dances So with lhat expe
rience ils a guide the trustees propose to
follow out the suggestion of thy Suite Sup.u In
t end. -tit und use the sch-vdhooars fcr school
Residence 'Phones $2.00
Per mo nth individual Hues. Utah
I Independent Telephone Coi
ARRESTED CHARGED WITH j I
MISUSING POSTAL CARD I
Fpeeini to The Tribune. J
OGDEN, Dec 34 -Deputy Cnlted States H I
Marshal Smythe came to Ogden last evening ij
nnd arrested Frank Comer, a performer at II
one of the local vaudeville theatrs, on ths
chargss of violating the. mDlI laws Comer n
wn tukeri before I'nited St.ilen i"ommlBlonr
Moloney, pleaded g illty to tl.e charge and was j
placed under g 1 0 bonds which he famished i I
He le accused of h.tvlng sent a postol-card '
through th malls to a firm In Colorado. In
which. It Is alleged, he cast disrespect upon
n-e addressee Mr Comer called upon The
Tribune today and stated that he had made
a contract wMh a vaudeville house In Colo
rado Springs and that the concern attempted
to cheat him out of a portion of his salary
Frilling to get what was coming to him, comof f
wrote a card to W. P. Skinner, mnnager of
tlm Lmplro theater at Colorado Springs the
concern in question, which he sdelresssd s.s j
To this esperalOn upon hi honesty Skinner
took exception and complained to the postal ,
Mr t omer put up a enrh bond und closed
his engagement nt the Ctnhna th'-ater to
night and loft for Butte He I summoned
to appear before the Federal grand Jury' dur-
Ing th second week In April H
A marriage licen.e ahM today Isansd tO Ds-
t Id M Bennett of Indianapolis and Josephine
Williams of Ogden.
P L Cinh and Sr.rah S Anderson both of
i .g len, were today groined a license to mam.
One of the most terrlfle snowstorms ever
seen In i ig'l-n valley was w itnessed today. H
Residents IS the valley report that snow to
the depth of one foot on th level feu there.
As predicted in The Tribune. Superintendent.
F H bSWil Is to hav rhorgn Of th railroad
hotels along th" Southrn Pacific between Cig. I
den and Sacramento. The order was IssueM
irlar giving Mr Lewis absolute charge of all
the company hotelg along the Horilman roads.
Heber Scowcroft wos the recipient of s very J
fir... punchbowl which was presented to htm
by employ sea of tho firm of John Bcowcroft A
Sons today as a token of their estem and H
A.r,r. l.iil.n of bis many acts of kindness and
consideration toward his fellow-workers, cfffJaH
At the close of the business dsy the em- H
ploy ess d sembled in the general ofnees, where
Mr I.crf-khea1. acting as spokejmton. made th
presentation In a r iw we-chosn remark.
Mr. BOO WC IO ft his voire husky with enro
ll. .n. aeSeptad the gift and expressed his ken
appreciation of 'his action on the part of his
employee That he was donplv touched was H
evidenced bv hts remarks which teemed with I
WOrdi of praise for Iho conscientious manner
In which his employees had dlschorged thlr
duties during the past year and tho expres
sion of his ho;, -o th.T the aamn feeling of
conatdaration tOWard each .aher which haa nl-
wavs i baract erlzesj the employees of thla In-
stltutlon might continue unabated during their
se-. rnl terms of employment
WILL GIVE BANQUET AND
DANCE FOR EMPLOYEES
Special to The Tribune.
I F.HI Dec 24 The I'tah Sugar company
will end this sea-con's run on January 1. On B
Iho 4th tho company will under to Its em
ployees a free banquet and ball The ncces
sary committers have been selected and ar
hard at work.
QaOrgt 11 Smith Jr. and Miss Christie
Sharp will bo murrled next week.
Mr nnd Mrs. C. K. Wade of North Ogden
ore spending a fortnight with Mrs James
Henry Hall of lJi Grande. Or . ts spending
a few days in lhl on nls way to spend a
couples of years In Germany and Switzerland.
Miss rul Evans of Mayroth. Canada. Is
spending Christmas with friends In Iehl.
Mrs Charles Taylor of Rexburg. Ida., It In
L-hl for the holidays.
George A. Ilucklng. who came down from
Mugrath. Cana.la. to remain until the weather
rises above the zero mark, stales that the pH
farmers have planted an Immense acreage of
fall grain for the coming season. In fact.
they have planted mora shout ulrendy than
wu planted l-.dh In the full and spring- for SlfJJfJJ
last season The drought during the past sum
iiu i Io no means disheartened the farmers In
Mr and Mrs. William McOmle of Sugar
City, Ida . are spending iho Yuletldo with
LaShl frleihJ Mr McOmle- who Is a large
OWner In the Sugar City cash store, reports . I
business aa booming In the Sugar district of
Flljah Larkln and Mrs Sarah T. Evans of
Ogden are In Ix-hl for tho holidays.
Kendall & CO. have received notice that they
have been granted the highest award for their
kaolin claj exhibit and thai tbe prize would PS
soon be sent The clay beds are locaterl In
the- south . nd of I'clar vall.-j und have ben
Uactd extensiv ,-ij in the local market for tho
manufactuiv of firebrick.
VERY SUDDEN DEATH
OF A YOUNG MOTHER
Special to Tho Tribune.
A MF.RH 'AN FORK Dec ?4 Mrs. Warren
c. Boley gave birth to a baby one weok ago Fcfcfcffl
and was doing exceptionally well when, with
out a moment's warning she said everything
was getting dark and tell over Into the arms
of the attending nurse Her husband was
summoned, but she died before h reached h.
side. The attending plivslrlan stated that her
sudden death was due to a bursted blood VSS
sel near the heart. Mrs. Boley was formerly
Mi-.. Myrtle Mac kuy of Salt Lake City. fjH
A basketball game was ployed here last eve
nlng In the Apollo hall between the Brlgham
Toung University team of Prove a-nd the senior
team c.f American Fork, resulting In a vie
t.,rv for the Itrlghum Young university team
bv a Basra Of -T to ". The Provo center was
tlio star player
The piano and organ repairer who departed
with $5 belonging to Ifja. Vf. S Robinson last
Thursdsy was taken In by Deputy Marshal vJJJgV
Ingersoll unci, when Informed what might be
th. c,iieiuc s of bin net, in very anxious PBBBBB
to go bock and finish his Job. which finally iH
he was permitted to do.
BARNES-KING MINE SOLD.
New York Capitalists Snid to Have
Given SI. 200.000 for It.
GREAT FALLS, ftfontg Dec. 21 It is HH
reported here that tho Barnes-King rain
at Kendall will be sold within a few days
to New 1 ork capitalists for fLIW.OOO An
option on the property has been given,
noil it is said that the deal Is practically
certain to go through. It Is said that
Charles W Gates Is one of tho Investors.
Rubber Tire Makers Sued.
CINCINNATI. l""r :4 Eleven mbbr-tlrs
rranuforturltig concerns, comprising the so-
i ailed rubber-tire c.-mblits. were made ds- JH
fen.lants in the United States court todav bv iH
a suit filed by the Mulf-rd Ruhoer-TIre com- c-VJBJSJ
yanv of Atlanta, Oa. The suit Is ror lUmagSS flSH
und.r the Shennsn ontl-trust law. the plolntllT
olalmlng the defendants sva injured ths
company " business to the extent of H.8M
Th- suit l for M.inO. three times the amount
of the damages. In accordance with th Sher
Don't Use a Fourth of a "Phono.
Individual lines In residences. $2 per
month. Tttih Independent Telephone
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