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jV THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 20, 1909. 7 I
1 1 ABIS1TS llllill
1;: tint Says He Threw II at ltod-
m j ' post to Break H and It
Ml: WJFIE WENT OUT BUGGY
P ;, HIDING WITH OTHER MBX
3 I And When He Remonstrated,
IJB She Told Him She Would
5g Do as .She Pleased.
"Silt' In nn answer filed in J lie district
h court Tuesday, Albert Hobinson takes
Ml issue with Elcnnora Uoliinson, in regard
'SSi ; to his alleged cruel treatment of her.
s ; : 'I'ho answer is a Ic-finlliy one and (ionics
1 in detail all of tin; charges made against
nfi!; l,ini. Ho denies that ho used vile
bjw "J"l profane lnn.nno towards her or
mSS ,,l!lt ,u cvor 'ls5!U,ltoI UIU knocked
3$ hr down or kirked her.
'ilk ' 1 Jit- Author denies that he over threat-
IfflK 1 i rued to kill her or timtlic threw a
fltSC razor at her or enr. her with it. In
Hi & fxplaininy the razor incident mentioned
! f in his wife's eoniplnim, liobinson claims
'jEE i Unit he was shaving himself in .lulv ot
1 : this year and lhat the razor cut. him.
i ' Bceomin-i angered because he cut him-
ffm ' snlf, he threw the razor against the
aS; bed post -.villi the intention of breaking
itra ; it. and it glanced from the post, and
i struck his wife, cutting her dress bo
low the knee, but not injuring- her in
. the lnsf.
'jUgi Robinson denies that; he ever nc-
SH ' cuscd his wifo of unchastily, but alleges
iSr.1' that she frequently went out buggv
'ami 1 riding with other men against his will
jljyl and when he remonstrated with hor for
;! so doing she replied that she would go
Icm! ; ' out with other nieu whenever she
ftg I pleased.
licS8 Driven Prom Home.
rjlS i ' As to leaving her at "home when she
was ill, he declares that he was com-
tllSffi polled to go out at nights many times
iljtjt : 10 avid quarrels wiih his wife as she
ff i : was possessed of a cross, hateful and
0snj t quarrelsome disposition. Ho ackuowl-
r'enua .'. odges staying away from home several
tfiSi "avs h"1 sa3's tllat' hc so because
his wife left home and refused to re
turn to him. Jfc denies cnipluilioally
,rw i 1,1:11 " 5s an fibIe-l)odied man and has
idfu'i- failed to support his wife. To the con-
newts' lrary, he declares Jjo has lung trouble
' and" is under the doctor's care most
aai- ; time. As to his earning capacity
tht ' lie declares that he 011I3- cams $1.25 a
TcSc ; Jf-V nnl denies that he has $'300 or
l'Tt3 ' 'nv u'r s,mi 'n 'ie bank. Fa eon-
hm: elusion he asks that his wife's com-
"S plaint for divorce be dismissed.
ijftjl Have .you read "Lights and Shadows
'jiM.V formouism"? Perhaps prejudice
-ilSt iirevents vour securing this book, " IT
afM IS NOT ABUSIVE. It is an analytical
-y I and logical study of Mormouism and
f prevailing- conditions in Utah. You
owe it !.o yourself to read this book.
nif 1r,c0 Voy s:il by all newsdeal-
lfi8:T ers and at Tho Tribune ollice Sent
.Jrf postpaid upon receipt of price.
BIDS IRHOII, HEARTBURN, GflS
10 HEAOAOHE FROM BAD STOMACH.
Your Out-of-Order Stomach
Feels Fine Five Minutes
After Taking a Little
There would not be a case of indi
gestion here if readers who are subject
to Stomach trouble know the tremen
dous anti-forincnt and digestivo virtue
'ontaiiK'd in Diappjisin. This harmless
oroparal ion will digest a heavy meal
without the slightest fuss or discom
fort, and relievo the sourest, acid stom
ach in five minutes, besides overcoming
all foul, Nauseous odors from the
Ask your pharmacist to show youjthti
formula plainly printed on each 50-cent
case of Papc s ' JViupcpsin, then you will
readily understand why this promptly
cures Indigestion and removes such
Dope From, the Police Court
i , " """
Without any loss or time, all of Hie
eases on the docket wore disposed of In
Judge Bowman's court Tuesday morn
ing, tbose charged with vagrancy and
those charged with drunkenness hciiuc
discharged after the conn had heard the
evidence in the various cases. .
When the case of John Taylor, charged
with disturbing the pence, came before
tho .court. Taylor pleaded not guilty, and
tln hearing of his case was set for Oc
tober -S. ills bail was lixed at $."i0.
Albert Lowe and Charles Williams were
two negroes who wore caught lighting
011 Commercial avenue Monday night
They looked tho part, and after listening
to their futile attempts to strengthen
their position Judge Bowman set the
hearing of their eases for October US and
required ball In the amount of 523 each.
Thomas Moser pleaded not guilty to
the charge of battery. According to the
complaint. Thomas Moser assaulted and
battered the person of Charles Xewson,
residing at MS West Third North street
Xcwson says that ho was attacked as he
was on his. way home, accompanied by
his young $oa, and alleges that Thomas
Moser was one of the party assaulting
him. The hearing of the case of Moser
was set for October t!9 and his bnll fixed
in the sum of $100. I
1 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
J The high school athletic association will
meet this week and the result of the dif
ferent class elections for class directors
will be officially announced. Jt will be
tho tlrst meeting of the year under the
The senior class boys met Tuesday
noon and elected Mercer tout as the se
nior athletic director. Stout was vice
president last year, and also football man
ager. The Junior boys met and elected
Bob Wilson as a director.
The cadet battalion will" be under the
direction of Capl. Walter Gaby the re
mainder of the week, as Captain Webb
will not return from his eastern trip un
til next Sunday. Gaby has been doing j
efficient work. Compauj 13 is the only
oompans without all Its officers It is
ft jf, jjjP
S l I Onbf life itself I
j!!" 1 can compare withfeg i
iif I the Victrola. JWf 1
8,1 tx It is the newest and great- fe ) ll
':ntHj B est a musical instru- Ajp25- r J50 H
aioJf! . ments. It marks the highest SJ if
ctft f point of perfection ever reached H
irstSi 1 n any milsical instrument. M
1 Second only in importance to A new style Vicfcrola Wi
IfnAii a the inven- viroiaxir.$i2s M
il froulf .i ' ' . - - . . . T. m
lc S ' 4 tion oi the Victor itself. m
3B 1 rk Tc sotindino--board construe- m
i istM f tlon within the instrument (an p
iftf'nfj 1 7 si cxcusivc an(i patented jp
i'nfej y -rrgglj) VicCrolo, feature) reflects g
Ji.u I pfe and amplifies the tone- 1
si 1 fcrt witu wndcrfui i
rltiM 1 J W 3 I Scc and 1lcar t,1c Vicirola at the
pslu'3 yA fA Jdj0r j l nearest Victor dealer's. g
h'V U ' Writc for wmplclc catalogue
PlVnBS: m 11 1 ? Hi 3 of Vidrolas md over 3000 Victor I
'ood if' - li urI J Records. New Victor Records arc sf
fM 1 i!?!! on sale at all dealers on the 28th of
l ti Hi cachmomli.
i!4 I if1,! Victor Talking Machine Co.
S I I W CM 1
unlly M i tew li uc ontf VHor 1 iJV
llohss.il ' slttW Other aly! $$
i f from 510 uP.
tf I CioIa XVI. Of oua7tcrcaoak. .S300 WiWMf
fell 1 SSrf-f 4wBC,oW
er!! Carstensen I Iisl
k '': DISTEIBUTERS i
ifl VICTOR TAlKfflG MACHINES MP MECOSPS
IJj 01.00 down and $1.00 per week buys the Victor. ;
J We "11 Py any of the records advertised on
M ms Pa-Q whether you purchase or not,
e Go-j L 75-77 Wo Seeond South St. I '
cL 360M t ' !
symptoms as Heart hum, a fcclintr like
a lump ot lead in tho stoma ih. Botching
of Gas and Kructa lions of nndiccstcd
food, water brash, Nausea, Headache.
BilliousncHs and many other bad symp
toms; and. besides, you will not need
laxatives to keep your stomach, liver
and intestines clean and fresh.
If vour Stomach is sour and full of
gas or your food doesn't digest, and
your meals don't seem to At, wiry not
get a fiO-coiit case from vour druggist
and milky life worth living.' Absolute
relief from Stomach misery and per
fect digestion of anything you eat is
sure to follow live minutes after, and.
besides, one case is sufficient to euro a
whole family of such trouble.
Sureb', a "harmless, inexpensive pre
paration like .Diapepsiu, which will fil
wavs, either at daytime or during night,
relieve your stomach misery and digest
your meals, is about as handv and valu
able a thing as you could have in the
?Clok Barker, George Damns and Gust
Spiilotopolos wore accused of buttery anci
pleaded not guilty to the charges. They
will tell their troubles to the court No
vember 1 and. in the meantime, they
will remain as guests of the city, unlesw
thev can each furnish bail to the amount
One bundled and fifty days was the
prize drawn by Callentano Tongre. who
Wits accused of stealing a bolt of silk
from the Auerbneb store a few days ago.
Durliic the hearing of the ease Toiigp.
attempted to show the court that he was
drunk when he stole the silk, but .ludge
Bowman stated that drunkenness was no
I excuse for crime.
Oorgo .lepson insists that, he wants a
trial by Jury. He- is charged with dis
turbing the peace and, according to the
arresting of fleer, he was. While under
the Intluenee ot too much liquor Jepsou
wandered into the Portland Coffee house
on XJost Second South street and, aftr
looking things over, began to amuse him
self by tossing the pis around the room
and sailing, the pic tins into the middle
of the street. Weary of testing his mus
cular development on light objects, he
picked up the cash register and tossed
it at the head of one of the waiters who
was trying to prevent him from doing any
in need of a second lieutenant. The ap
pointment will not be made until next
The members of the "II" club ar ex
pected to meet this week and arrange for
the reception of the football players, who
have recently won their athletic letter.
The junior class members will meet
this week and hear a report of the class
executive committee, which has charge
of the coming dance. The date has not
as yet been selected, but it probably will
be held after the Ogden game.
Before the close of the week "Dad"
Convlll will meet with the class football
managers and arrange for the class
championship football series. Only the
two upper classes have teams on the
flHd. so Convlll will make an effort to
organize a sophomore and freshman team.
It is a plan of the athletic association
to give the students of the school a
financial' account of each game. It. S.
Mc-Nieee. who is treasurer, will publish
In tho football number of tho school pa
per the money made from the Granite
game The association is at present out
I of debt and has a sinking fund.
The commercial department, which or-
1 ganized a short time ago, will meet this
week and decide upon an emblem. A pin
probably will be selected.
1 The Red and Blnck staff is again at
work reading proof for the next issu'.-.
which will come out next "Wednesday
noon. Tho paper will not be less than
sixty-four pages and possibly an addition
will be made If the students continue to
hand in work as they hae done the past
two days. The Issue will be twice as large
as any of the issues In previous years.
Several stories have been received for
the story contest, and as many as pos
sible will be printed.
It is nbout time for the high school
congress to come to life. It was the lend
ing organization of the school last year
and great good was derived from it. Only
students of the junior and senior clgssr-s
an- eligible for membership. It is pos
sible for thr- membership to reach 1U0.
O ASTQ R I A
I Real Estate News
Negotiations are being carried on for
the ereriion of one of the largest apart
ment houses undertaken In Salt Lake
City during tho year, the nw building
to lie located on tho west side of the
Hly. between Second and Third West,
on property owned l.y lk: Jennings nnd
wife. The pre.senl plans, which will In
clude the rebuilding of the Jennings home
and the building of an apartnmnt house ,
hi the rear, will Involve the expenditure
01 between ?."i0.0ft0 and SGn.ooo.
Reports from the Jluhbnrd Investment
company nhow the sale of four buildliiK
ots In Webb & I'etterson's addition, at
I bird bast and Tenth South, u. iron
tana parties. Alex Smith of this city
also purchased a four-room pressed brici;
houKe on Tenth West, opposite, lh. Oak
Eight modern cottages, involving an
rpenditiire of about. $20,000 are behv
erected by Air::. Jano Thomas Harlow In
tin- rein- o. lu-r residence on North Tem
( . V
With the rapid approach to completion
of the new Fisher building on West Tein
plo street, between Fhl and Second
South, plans have been prepared for tin
opening ot the n-nv European hotel In
Hie upper floors of the building on Janu
ary If. The hotel will contain 12H rooms
seventy-live of which will bo provided
with baths. There will be a telephone
system connected with everv room, and
everything about tho building will bo
ilreproot nnd thoroughly up to dato.
Kurniture has been ordered for the
building from the cast, bv the Kieed
I'uiniiure. company to ihe value of so -con
. Albert Ilaxen. a prominent mining
and business man of Mammoth, will have
tho management of the hotel.
A:i excellent example of the manner in
which property here increases In value Is
s'lown from a sale of property recently
n the west side of Main struct, between
Fourth and Fifth South streets. The
property was purchased in tS!S bv A
SMfer, a wealthy St. Louis brewer, for
a little over ?7000. The' recent purchase
wuk made by J. W. Sklmmr for 310.000.
Only a short time afterward the prop
erty was again sold by Mr. Skinner to Al
bert Perkins of Marquette. Mich., for
t. i i
Attention of members of the Salt Lake
Ueal Estate association Is- again called
i the meeting of the assoriutlon ;jt
Commercial club Wednesday afternoon,
le-glnnlng at 12:r0, when a number of
important business matters will bo
brought and the customary luncheon
Tribune Want Ads.
Udl Main C2U0. independent 3G0
NEEDLES or YOUR SEWING MACHINE j
Realizing that mauy of our customers have .found it impossible to secure a perfect or cor-
MTgi cziz lect' necc or lc'r machine we have installed in our Notion Section the ftff?K
Jujp Bo.yc Rotary Needle case, which is a guarantee that we supply our customers jmff
CrrJJ) with the best; needle possible to bin-. v f4
?'?TY I Tlie 'Roye neeclle nas a dQQP groove and burnished eye, is polished smooth as
rvfrn ? glass and does not break the thread; it fits any machine on the American Jufe
AJ'' fe market.. This tube of needles for y mr machine is 10c. mJB'
. j " . also carry in stock the )3oye Shuttle which fits all machines, 10c.
Jjtfm There is not a belt machine made that we cannot fit with a Boye Brand iMvi
Wfi Black Non-Slipping Belt, 25c. , 6
&. AUTOMATIC TIL "Boye" V
W NEEDLE THREADER ' IfT" ft
r, , m 1 1 Threader M
bimple. durable, automatic, made of steel, highly fflLj -i
Jn nickel plated, and is in fact one of the most valuable oi
SUl1 all attachments, 25c. s patchtco "fffiP;, HlFB
? r rcB. ii 'oo, - dcc. i 'oa P
.y Let the threader do all the work and save vour simple, durable, automatic V
vintt ' " Jt threads any needle itself even in the dark. a
IifJOt eves ' ulost valuable of all attachments. "Tct
QM nb J ' No twiatinir. bitine or cuttlne thread. rtfJHa
X FALL GLOVES T
V Evcrytking tkat is new in kid and
Ifffi R'p' falric gloves for fall and winter JcHfe
jly wear. Every pair rignt in style,
rft fr ' Tll'e best $L25 T Glove on 1,110 market.
II rrj j ffs- aiC cxclusivcJ?clling agents in Salt Lake tijbs
Vgk Fownes' Gloves' jT
ffiB wf I Dogmar and La Tosca. a handsome pique
'ixWf 13"'Sr glV(i in ,jlack whlte aml al1 llie latcst snadcs 103'
-A. 1 li of red, brown, blue, pink, apricot, reseda, ame-
V .. thyst, tan, gray, poarl and green, $1.75 and $2. A..
Eeynier Clievrette Tanne Gloves Valliere's Suede Gloves j(M
JL A fine pique with four rows, Paris point We liave lhem the black- stainless
IM stitching, and two clasps, in black, white suc, he only black suede that will not
IVul , ,. ' , , . n. stain the hands or dress; .nh not harden w m
V and the shades oi tan, $2.00. . (1)rougll perspiration or Iose theil. coloC ID
jvh Ireland Brothers' Gloves 2'2'
W We have these fine street gloves in all Children's Gloves- Wffi
.. . ,. s , r , one and two clasp, from the small- ivJJJ
qualities ot cape and mocba, in two clasp csfc size up. white brown Z
and six button, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00. . lnd Havana, $1.00, $1.35.
DaiBty Neckwear j Bargain Basement Specials
5 . , , i i i-i i Men 's, women 's and children 's black and tan r
irf Aseot tics in white and colored; special, i,0sc. extra ood value, for irjc tl
I ffijp 20c and three for 50c. rja,3i-,s' crocheted vests (extra sizes) iju'crmlc
Box niching three yards in a box; spe- j .0ci: fvcsls (ysUisV Vdc 'sracio HUD
cial, 50c a box. ' Children's white wool pants aud vests, sizes'o A
jy . to S, tine value, each , r9c fnT
(KrffJ Fancy lace collars with bows and iabotS; ' Ladies' flannelette and vclour short kimonos, Goc (jfjfrB.
flu ) o-' i p .-i- ' values, each irc- rYlfn
Y- oOC values tor JOC. : Ladies' Cheviot dress skirts, blaclc, navy and lVJL
. . , ,, ,. , VT, , , ; brown, all sizes, special each ".$1.50
bancy tab collars, slightly soiled ; valuos : T 7. , TTr7 7 i
up to 50c; special, 10c. ! Ladies' White and Colored :rL
jm Shirt Waists fl K
TjaniP? ll nnrllrrhi-r-a i Boanlil'til white embroidered waists and colored AS
UdUlW XidllUiCrCIlierS madras cloth, special, each 50c
tr 7 ... i n i p i i , . , 2000 yards handsomo embroideries, 10c and P
mVL lmlial handkerchiefs sheer and dainty; I2i(.c crado. yard he Tffe
Tuil snecial 5c each " Children's white lawn and colored wash dresses, 4f i
1 ' half price. W-'
LaJyi WU1C1 Y t0 Be &
( j aut to Make an Oriental Rug? r
J loV y$ lllaan ias een cousidormg the aclvisabili-
-Vr SpS, f.v opening a class in Oriental rag making a fad IW
vvta iuthccast- a.
H XJ V q Abloom and Persian yams or silks can be supplied :
fl TJic little Persian girl who made Oriental rugs in the window would be
t he instructoi'. , jvj
q Mr. Ourt'alian will be pleased to have an expression on the subject W$
from yon. '
jjln the meantime his big two-weeks' sn'lc is under headway-. The prices on Oriental Itnts
Rugs are emphatically lowered. The largest stock in the inter-mountain west, flmj
- . j
l SW- T0 L00K STYLISH YOU MUST WEAR
I UP-TO-DATE CLOTHES.
i IflFMi HlV0 everybody, rich or poor; by our modern i
i afcg credit cyst em. the opjiort unity to wear the newest, up
t flw&rf" Sf lo (me styles in Ladies' licndy-f.o-Wear Garments and J
a WSnBTP( 'on's Clothinc- Wo ofTer them lo von on casv puy- ;
?V3l ments. 1 00 a week or $4.00 a mout'h. This way of t
gifuiSSi hnvinir Clot Inner has found favor with thousands! It I
should appeal to you. Wc ofl'er to sell you on credit S
j at cash prices r
The PIsFcaisflle Installment
Modem Credit System. No. 71 West 2nd So. St. ;
USED THE WORLD QVEfZ TO CURE A GOLD IPS ONE DAY
Always remember the full name Look J lJf
lor this signature on every box 25c
Just Received I
S ' 1
For Sale g
500 ORIENTAL j
( Have also Fish Moss,
Fish Globes and Fish
I FoocI' r
I DAYT0S D2DS CO, 1 1 :
Cor. 2nd South and Stato St
ROWE & KELLY
Have movod ncross tho strcot, to. j
117 MAIN STBEET,
Xexfc to the Western Arms & Sporting
Cloods Compauy. ( J
!Are An Asset
to any man nowadays to young
er nieu especially. It pays .to be
well dressed, because first impres
sions count for a great deal in the
Let us demonstrate tliis fact to
you on your fall order.
Suits and overcoats made- to 1
$20.00 to $45.00 j
Leek & Sioecto j
223 BROOKS ARCADE.
f GODBE-PITTS DRD6 CoTl
I Has everything that is Qual- 8j
1 ity at Lowest CUT RATE I
I PRICES. I
I Try ordering by either e
phone (140), day or night,
1 and we will deliver your f
orders promptly and satis-
"GODBE - PITTS " I
I The Old lettable Quality S
I Store. I
- 101 So. Main. 1
Has moved five doors j
I south. New number is j
118 South Main. We j
welcome you as an in-
tended purchaser or j
J J.LIW 'nil UJUIWI 1
Salt Lake Theatre SJyt.
WEEK SSg."5 OCTOBER 25
Matinees Wednesday and SaLurday.
Scat Sale Tomorrow.
First Tlmo Hero
A GENTLEMAN FEOM
A Comedy of Washington Life.
Prices: Evening SOc lo 51.50. Mat
inees 25c to ?1.00.
B0U1 plioncs CSC9.
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:16
EVERY EVENING 8:15
Ilyams and Mclntyrc. Rose Koyal.
Hayes and Johnson.
Cunnlnglinm and Marlon.
Tho Do Hnnciia Quartette.
Barry nnd Mnlvers, John TVclU
The Klnodromo Orpheum Orchestra
Matinee prices 15c. 25c, 50c: oven
Inc prices 25c. COc. 75c.
CHAS. A. SELLON"
"The Cat and I
tiie Fiddle" I
Matinee Today, 2:10. I
Tonight, 8:15. H
Next Week "A Knight for a Day." H
Seats Now Scllintr. il
The Grarad sg;VoS,,8,ar j 1
Tonight nncl All This Veek, H
WILLARD MACK STOCK CO.,
Including Miss Blanche Douglas, H
In Anotii'-r Splendid Bclnsco jfl
Prod net Jon. . H
"The Heart of Maryland" M
Superbly Stnycl Splendidly Actod. H
WE KEEP UP THE STANDARD. H
nebular Chani! Pi "ps ISvcnlnj.,
25c. Tiic. 75r. latln- Wednesday
and Saturday, 2c 50c.
NEXT WEEK Magnificent revival
of "MONTE CP.ISTO.1' H
THE BIG SUCCESS. I
Prices: 23c. 50c. 75c. Matinees Thurs-
3ay nnd Saturday. All seats reserved jH
!5c and 50c.
Starting Friday' ' EAST LYIINTE. ' ' H