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H! ( 14 .. . : THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 14. 1910. 1
I! ! LYEAR'S 11 JMK
;' PUREFDflfl LINES
v? j City Com nifssfoiier Frazier Suh-
1 v j - ft ' niifs fis Annual Report to
, ' ' Mayor Pransford.
1 -.V' DEVOTES MUCH ATTENTION
, , TO TJIB BUTTER SITUATION
I; i j -J-.-
J Declares -Tlisit1 Vast Deal nl! Iii-
s f - J4 ierior Grades Have Been
Sold for Pure Article.
, , . Walter J. Frazier, city food and Hairy
I " commissioner, has si hnilttcd bis annual
' -i ' report to flavor John S. Bransford. Ir.
ICrazier reviews f.Iic work of liis dcp.'frt-
t ? . In'ont. l'or (ia 3-0:1 r and rives in detail
j , ! ,no inspections made and llio .results of
I . tile, administration of the oflico in gen-
f I :v- 'oral.
S ;. What. 1 consider the greatest factor
j ( -t'l. " ' in enforcing; l.ho pwro food law.," suyt;
j . -MV. Fraxier,, "-as llio united support.
"f.thc public- press. Without, such sup-
y';- port I am afraid that what; little I difl
j ' . ' would have proved a failure, for I. tlnd,
-' all 'things considered, that violators of
f - ' Iho ptiro food laws arc more afraid of
"public opinion tliau auv other ouc
I 1 ... thfur."
J -y , Jn reference to oysters, Mr. FraKicr
j calls attention to a new government rule
, , io which local dealers must; of necessity
conform.. On this point tho report. sfl3s:
j ; . "After May 1, .IflJD, ihc government
: . , will prosecute all offenders doing an in
i torslato business who do uot ship their
; . ' . oysters in scaled containers, and not in
open tubs, as formerly, and no shucked
' i ! - ovi.tors. fit which water has boon added;
.cither direct! v or in the form of melted
j ice. That will thoroughly dispose of tho
( . . .' oyster proposition."
j. ".. -Eggs and Butter.
' I v "Touching tho subject of cgps, Fra-
i . .7cr says:
v J. ' 'There -should bo sqmo way to meet
i i th'o ojjjr question, so that the public eels
i v,' "'hat t pays fon This office will in
t : ilu near t'niuro make a test case in the.
' j '.cotirls aud possibly a solution, ofthnniat-
, icV c,an "bo. olihiined. Stonigo eggs be
f ' - iiifr" sold for fresh oirir.s i- no doubt, a
I, ( irmiu. ami i no mercjnni, siiouki no prog-
, t - er.utrd who soils as fresh eggs, oggs that
j f . ho"' kuo.ws, by the price ho pays per
1 J t ' case, are not fresh ram-h oggs.
j . Timely ooinmnu? js made on the. but-
I ; ' ' -tot uuosiion My ?Jr. Ji'ra-ier.
' i . yfTttcvQ havo-'b' on .brrgc quantities of
j ' I . ''H.ipoor grado of better sold-on this
( c -V ''lu.(!kcj,V,, hf- pay "i,ho;)ast summer,
f .. -(' '; ;6ur'.c'ainniissioher f has? corresponded
,' t "' . ... with .authorities on the b'u't.lcr question
j , '. a"nd (he- consonsns of opinion seems to
r V be' fha't- it is moro a mat lor of education
i f ,t- among" tho producers than any law ou
X . . the subject, coulfl do. r
i , ''ff we could change the milk ordi-
, i , nanfte so that, all producers of cream who
( ' " ship io this market would be. compelled
I j to plat'e their dairies in such a condi-
' lion that they would score nut loss than
. fift y "points, and then cdncaic tho farm-
i !" verc how to take care of tho creain-.be-
f ' r -foro shipping t hj same to marjie.1, so as
r , lo keop tho lactic acid not over thirty
.'per. cent of fhe'a.'i(liiy wlion delivered
i . . Jo the fal'ory.in niy . opinion wo would
! X ' 1. have a .be'ttev grade of batter ou 'the
I'f lr ; HigU Prices, .irr-Salt lake: J
i) i p i There 'an bo 710 doubt,-,in t hc-pftbliii
I . lufnd.Iiut. tha"t-tliev" are'Tpayiiig for Unit -
A - tor Jioro" in '!?all fako :.Cy (4ft conts
5 per- poimd a present tiirl, t his price
' J , V being ti'n c'ofJi.s "aboyo Chicago's high.
! ,st;qiiolalion. fortluvbest gradn'of but-
, j s . . ; lor), wlii'if,.e.trag au'd firsts aro riuotTjd
1 '. at on flic eastern mnjkots. extras .scoring
I ; uiiety-ihrce poriifs- or. higher nnd'iirsls
1 scoring I'iglu v-seven points or higher. -
' ' j ' . ;5Tliif5 ollicf, had' the city HiemisL
S z lost hom butter shipped to this citv
' i i" .November, !)()..' from Ypsilanti.
j "Mich:. L!i 1-?, cents a pound the xu'vl
j I "est bcintr made in 'April. KIOp. wJiich
J . sliowwl tin- butter was swnct and good,
I I and of rirst-cjahs- quality. Inmsatislled
,i : that the greater bulk of butter sold
1 ' . r -i oh liis niarlcot would not score duriii"
i - summer months over nighty points, antl
j would be classed on life eastern markets
v as iliirds and in omo instances as
.-fourths,- to wit,: Fourths shall be
j a grade "below thirds and may consist, of
t promiscuous lots. ' iriairJ may be nfl'
, flavored, and stroug'ou .tops and sides,
j '. -ncjdy.', 1101 required to draw a. full
I ' trior, -olor. ' may be irregular.-'.Salt,-
. ' high, light, "or irregular. 4 Package.' "any
' Jcind of package mentioned at timo-of
1 t . . sale.
I'f Import Packing Stock,
i . 'U has bnon the custom in the past
i . - ,' to, 'ship 'packing slock' butter heio,
J ' . ' .which, butter, is classltierl as to being an v
1 uhule .nr qualify shove grnasj;. ancl
; packed in all kinds of packages, worked
over with sweet buttermilk,, to give tho
fau)0 a uice ' flavor, and sold as good
1- creamery butter on thi marker. Such
1 butler in a fev. days would be so strong
I - that., it would bo impossible to eat the
...same. This butler is o'nlv good for
" , cooking- purpohos, and worth from ten
I ,.fo twenty-live ce.nlu per pound, retail,
'. -according to the quality."
- Mr. Frazier -quotes from a report
I 'made by tho bnreau of animal iudustr-
.of J,ho govornmcitl affecting tho dairy
t -mariufac.ture, which article was pub-
, , ' lishod in Tho Tribunrs abouC two 'wotJks
v ) ago.. -Tho article condemns the, cim-
J tralizalion of the dairy business, and
I .vdeplores the system whercbv the, small
I t crcamoricA aro ahsorbed by" tho trusts,
it f . To Ohaugo Ordinance.
I' . ' -Mr.- Frazicr coutiuues: "Thijl d-
,-parfntout indorses overy word above
L , quoted, and "believes in changing tho
1 inilk ordinaucc so that this ollice' can
give thp tiamo attention to the dairies
I Mipplymg cream and butter to this
.market as wo are now doing under thu
I 1 ' inilk. ordinance, so that tho creameries
1 am compelled, to grade all cream, and
I; Dav lor tho same according! v.
It ".At tho -Xiresent lime tho svslcm
I ; seoms" to iavor the careless au'd -In-1
1 J "ditferpnt farmer, who Vec-hes the uno
I 4 ' Trio(wFpr cream as his more cner-
, . gdirWUrqlher. Tho one keeping tho
. ,n.ild,y.4Jpwu below ;io per cent, while
1 vH1", (fArcss fellow's cream goes as
1 .. lngluft 90 per eont acidity when re-
D 1 l '..-;eiveo,Ht the factories, the covers llv-
I , ;:-!i,"S-,lu,ll directions and tho cream 'is
R ) W fairLrTiojling over tho ides'o tho cans
I I ."'!htj stuft-Jieing totally unfit to be made
I . V; '-jiiito tbultnr. -
I . Must T3o .Change.
1 '" . 'l'1, the city makes "this
1 . " chnngO wjll tJie citizens rccoii'o '"value
"or the-lngh and exorbitant, iiriees Lluir
1 ; arc -.'now paying for butter, and w'e
recommend the. changing of the
H ordinauco.'m as to allow onO extra ili-
1 V' spc.Otorv a-iid at least .Ol) - contingent
l i!l,ld,'Tl,J'! 1,0 "ecRsary to carry out
) tho pVo;;isifljW. of- tlm change, I) e'oro.
l0 butforirpply of;Ralt,Lace.wiH' bu
. improve 1a -any great exi en :" . -
' f' ' Vv ,-0"-' ill0WotIt ":l-.-vVrago..
REALTY HEN IB USE
In .Supplying Jn formation as io
1 the City's Growth and
PIECE OF LITERATURE
Association Rusy Preparing a
.. New Issue of liooklels Wifh
Dala of City.
Mayor .lohn R. Bransfovd 's annual
message to the city council will bo used
1)3 tho Salt Lake Real Estate associa
tion as ono of its best pieces of litera
ture, giving information rogarding the
growth and prospects for Salt Lake.
This 1 message, which outlines tho
growth of tho" city "under American
administration of its affairs, and
strongly adocates a continuance of the
policy of progress of the last four
years, is regarded by the real estate
men of tho city as a valuablo document
to furnish in reply to tho many re
quests received daily for information
regarding Salt Lako'and its opportuni
ties. .licn.iamin S. Uives, city recorder,
furnished a supply of copies of the
nicssago to tho. Real Estate association
Thursday aceoMpaniod by tho follow
1 City Recorder's 'Communication.
'T. L. TVrkcs. Secretary of the Salt
Lake Ileal Estate Association.
"Dear Sir: "Pum sending you sev
eral copies of Mayor John S. Brans
ford V annua message, submitted to
the honorable city council at. its first
meeting of the incoming administra
tion. I "Realizing tho great factor your as
sociation has .been to mako a 'Greater
Salt Lake," and, aa the mayor's mes
sage deals in these matters largely. I
thought it timely to send you tiicso
copies to bo used in any manner that,
would tend to carry out what we aro
all so earnestly striving for, 200,000 in
1912. -Very trulv vours.
"BEN S. itTVES.
"City Uceorder. "
Among the other letters of general
interest received by tho Real Estate
association Thursday was one from F.
L. Huston, secretary of tho newly
organized . Ilea I Estate association of
Tdaho Falls. Mr. Tfustou says he has
been informed of the great efficiency
of the Salt; Lake association, and asks
for copies of the by-laws and constitu
tion and regulations of the local asso
ciation. Scattlo, Too.
In another letter received bv Mr.
Pcrkes Thursday, F. P. Hall of Seattle
aske'for literature regarding Sail Lake
and Utah. ,
. The local Ileal Estate association is
proparing a hot.- issue, of booklets, giv
ing information, regarding the ad
vantages of thef city, which will bo
ready for distribution within the. next
few weeks'. This booklet will surpass
any previous issue of literature of tho
kind that has been prepared since tho
organization was formed.
E. R. WREELON
, GENERAL CONTRACTING
In all its branches,
031 .Tudgo Pddg.
Bell ijt300. Tnd. 1027.
Tribunc-Reportor Printing 'Co.,
60 "West 2nd South strcot. Phono 718.
Kodak Picturos Finished.
Mail your films to us. Salt Lako
(Photo Supply Co., 177 Main street. Ex
clusive photo dealers.
Men's $1S, .20. 22..10 Suits. 11.7.1.
A. 11. ORABHE CO.. 220 Down Main.
score of the dairies on my first visit
was found ' to bo 32 .per cent. The
average score found on. my second in
spection, was -17, tho increase per cent
over tho firja scoring being 50 per cent,
and the amount expended for better
sanitary -conditions :it tho milk plants
and dairies for 1909. which by tho first
ot next. .Tunc will amount, to at last
$100,000, is at present $7.1,000. ' '
"Value of Scoring.
"To the consuming public." savs
Mr. Frazicr, "milk from dairies scor
ing hotween sixty and eighty points is
worth' S cents per quart," and from
dairies- scoring eighty-live to ninety
luuiin miu up. mc consumers got
theiT mlk cheap, even .if they pny
as high as 1.1 .cents per quart, for it is
an expensive proposition to produco
milk in Ahich the bacterial count will j
run less than 10:000 bacteria to each
fifteen drops of milk."
Mr. Frazicr touches on the new
.laboratory for testing, milk by tho
microscopical .process, and hvh "Wo
ar.o in-such a condition for "doing the
work that, we hope a recurrence of lapfc
year's epidemic of typhoid tyver, which
thorn, is no doubt was caused through
tho milk supply, will nob occur again."
-Al)out Ice Plants.
Under tho heading of ice plants, the
roport says: "There am sovon ire
plants and two artificial plants supply
ing Salt Lake City with ice. Thv
wero inspected, aud all tho samples
taken for analysis were found iu vcrv
cood condition, tho ico meeting all of
the lyquircments of tho Salt Lake
"On account of the-excessive heat
and increased. population there was a
shortage of ice in' Salt Luke Citv in
August, of last year. . This had some
thing to do with tho tcuipcraturo of the
milk sold during the months of August
and September, and also tho tempera
ture clause of (he milk ordinance not
becoming effective until October 1,
1909, was no doubt the cause of so
much sickness among the children, for
thoso iwo months."
Salt Lake Has Pure Wator.
Tho report hnys flip 'water supply of
Salt Lake--C'il.y. by frequent tests taken:
aud analyzed by the city chemist is
shown to bo "of tho very best quality
. Five hundred" aud sixteen articles
were analyzed during tho vcar, and"
fll,i places visited aud 'inspocted.
Articles ol food condemned numbered
li.bOlj do dozen eggs and 2;ijt gallons
01 nunc wore also condemned.
in the matter.- of prosecutions, the
department secured convictions in all
except one case, The total amount of
fines imposed was" $147p. The', amount
?L-J''-U1!KC1 JPr lk permits was
f','-'Ajl; .nnl nine- ico permits brought
1-1.. 'I his makes. a total amount nf re
ceipts of $2297.10. .The total of- dis
bursements wan .i;27G$.Ob. - '
The eoininissioner ji!,kg that the milk
ordinance )o changed that- his salary
he. fixed at jpljino a, year, and that he
,bir allowed two depulie,"instcad pf-ouirf
t J " r r
ROOD IN TIE ISO
iSalfr Laker Who Witnessed It
iSIioot From Canyon Says It
T. R. FJTZftERALD TALKS
OF TJIE GREAT DISASTER
Millions of Dollars in Property
Gone. Several Lives Ust
antl Ranchmen Ruined.
"Such a. Hood of water T never saw
in my life, ami I hope I. may never soo
the like again. J did not believe it
possible that so much havoc could be
wrought by water." The sponker'was
T. II. Fitzgerald, a well-known citizen
of Salt Lake, and he was talking to
The Tribune Thursday evening. Mr.
Fitzgerold had just rulurned home from
Moapa, coming homo via Los An
geles and Sun I'iaiVcisco. Continuing,
Mr. Fitzgerald said:
" Tuesday evening, December 28, Dr.
.1. M. Dart and 1 left Salt Lake for
Moapa to look over the landed inter
ests which we aro interested in there.
Tho weather was pleasant when we
reached Moapa, although from Lyon
down to the mouth of the Meadow Val
ley wash canyon it was unusually
coio. uiuisiiay aiicruoon a cmnnoic
wind began blowing, and Friday there
was considerable water coming down
"Saturday morning wo were at Lo
gan, in the lower pan. of tho Meadow:
Valle3' wash, and we startod io drivo
to Moapa. "We had a spanking pair of
mules, ami we made good timo up to
the wash. "We stopped at the. little
town a boil I noon, and were there ad
vised that a flood was coming down
the wash, which was a fearful one,
and that wo had better take to the
Tlood Roaches Moapa.
"Saturday evening the lloud struck
tho region we were in at Moapa;
Tho sight was appalling. There was a
wall of water as high as an ordinary
house, and it swept everything before
it. Nothing could resist the advance
of that, onrushing llood. Debris of all
I kinds was brought down with the flood,
and the right-of-way of the Salt Lake
liouto through the Meadow Valley
wash was entirely obliterated. There
is nothing left of it.
"When 1" fell von that there are box
cars, railroad bridges, sections of rails
tastened to the ties that are now
eighteen miles awav from where, tho
railroad track was. it will give vou an
idea of the awfulness of the flood. But
these evidences of the flood are seen,
and there can be no question about it.
M'ho railroad is completely destroyed
tor many, many miles absolutely
wiped off tho earth; nothing to in
dicate that there ever was a track or
Ranches arc Ruined.
"In the lower valley alfalfa fields
are covered with muck two feet in
depth, absolutely mining the fields and
desdoyiug nil vegetation in tho rcgiou
above Logan and St. Thomas. Tho
vegetable crop is ruined. The upper
P:f! "I" the Meadow Valley is uot hurt.
'ihc financial loss will aggro"ato
millions of dollars, ami when liill" re
ports frdm points" up tho canvon aro
received it will be found that 'the loss
or 1110 wi)j bo heavy, j p:iu- one eorr-o
lion ting down the river, but it was im
possible to rescue, it.
Had Narrow Escape.
"On (ho ranch of Joseph Per he a
hired man aud Mr. Porkos started on
horseback across the farm to a. nei-di-uor-s
only a few rods distant, and
they, Avere caught; by the flood, thvjr
horses drowned, and they clung to trees
until rescued later.
"On the ranch of Mr. Wells tho
wavos which boat around his homo
were over five feci high, and a neigh
bor ranchman of Mr. "Wells had $3000
worth of cattle drowned. The Cannon
Brothers of Salt Lake, who own a
ranch along the river, had 100 head of
hogs swept away.
Stcpl Bridges. Bend Liko Reeds.
"The steel bridges which the railroad
has constructed and "which it was be
lieved would withstand. almost, anythin"
were picked up, and tossed about like
feathers and were twisted and bent as
casilv as if they had been wire.
fL:isl vear there was shipped from
Aloapii IBii cars of cantaloupes and-n0
car. loads of Jottuce and asparagus aud
other, garden truck. This year nono
will be slapped, for there will bo no
way to get out. Just, now in tho upper
valley wlior'e. them was no damage done,
there ar0 tons of asparagus now about;
ready for, market 'and in a-week or two
lot I uce will bn ready, but it will have
lo be thrown away, as there is no way
Io t,hip it out nor will there hp for
some time- 1 tell you that Salt Lake
people- do not rtlalizn Trhat a "real, ca
lamity to ' Salt Lake City is the. ,10.
struct ion of Ihc Salt Lake road through
Drove Pifty Milos.
"The doctor and' T drove from Moapa.
fn Las Vegas-, a distance of fifty miles,
All along tho Meadow' river is scattered
the -wreckage of the flood. Pcoplo who
have lived in that region for years can
not recall nnything like, this'flood: in
fact, it is believed that nothing liko
it was ever kuown before.
"Thero are a great many peoplo in
the lower valley, farmers and ranchmen,
who arc absolutely ruined bv tho flood.
"The Salt Lake Route 'will never
again bo constructed through the Mead
ow Valley wash ennvon. Thero is no
likelihood of another flood like this
one sweeping the canyon in many ve.'irs
to come, and 'ct a quick lhaw 1'ikV. the
one of "December "1 and January 1
mighty canso another equally as groat
as this. No. one. of course, enn tell,
but the fall of snow packed down in
the range is greater than over before
""Wo came home from Los" A'e,rno ,'n
a round-about "way, using tho Tonopah
Tidewater railway part of the way, the
Salt Lnko Route part of the way and
then the- Southern Pacific, from Los'
-'Angeles to Sau Francisco aud thence to
Salt Lake. - .
Was Terrible Experience
""While it. was an experience it was
tho kind of an experience i neVor want
to go through', again. The roar of that
awful wall', of water" which we could
hear when it was (en milos away T
J shall inner forget. And when tho wave
cainc iu sight it was apjallhig. It can
not be. described. Yoh. I am glad to
get home." -
Geofgo F. BuKch,',:l
Public accountant, - . auditor..' syitcma
tizer. Room 122 Judge, isldg.' Oflico
phones: Tnd., .1770; P.illt:Maiu 7S.'J; Res.
-phone, Hell, Main 207S. - ..-'.
1 Tarry J. Robinson, attorney .at law,
00-1-5 Judgc.Bldg. Thouca 3270 and 1000.
- , y .
BURGLARS LOOT HOUSE
OF ARTHUR GROXFOBD
Jewelry and Other Property to
the Value of $1000
BiiBlars entered the rcshlenco or Aitliur
Croxforl. u tiro inmirnnco aujutftor, at
7S0 South XJnth East, strce.t, Wednoaday
evening-, whllo the mcmbcra of tho Crox
forJ family won attending a card party,
nnd carried away money, jewelry and!
other property valued at $1000. JiUnince
was cfTcctca by bronklriK In a. rear door.
When IWr. Cro.xford reached his homo
shortly after midnight lie found tho Iioumo
In a state of upheaval. The robbers had
ransacked tht promises from collar to
garret, carrying oft silverware. tapoHtrlcs,
hIIIch, jewelry, and $100 In cash, besides
aomo gold nugget?.
The thlftvos were, e.vldontlv experienced
In their work, for the search" of the irein
lnes was most systematic. They nnist
have consumed the greater part of nn
hour In going through the bonne, and
must liuvt? had xoine kind of a vehicle
in waiting to carry oft' the plunder.
bcarfplns. brcrialpbis. a gold watch, en
graved silverware-, dollies and cxpensivo
llnon were removed from tho house by
the burglars. In fact, there wn scarcely
nnything of unusual value- left iti the
house, except tho furniture.
Sherirr Joseph Sharp and Chief of Po
lico riarlow were notlil-d of the ImrgUuy
Thursday morning und men from both
offices wore detailed on ttic case. Up
to it late hour Thursday night no arreala
hud been made.
A private safe may bo rented in the
fire and burglar-proof vaults of the
Salt Lnko Security and Trust cpany.
32 up Main slro'- 2.Zo per year.
City and Neighborhood
MRS. JW. M. CHARLTON" of the Chart
ton bhop left yesterday lor New York
on a purchasing trip.
AT TRK SERVICES at Temple B'nai
lsrai-1 at S o'clock this evening Kubbl
I-rounds discoui.se will be. "Have the
Jews a Mission?"
THli RAST SIDI3 BKAXCfl" of the
guild 01 Si. Marks cathedral will hold a.
eakc.salo at Walker's store, all day Sat
urday, January 13.
SALT LAK.Ii BANK CLKAUINGS yes
terday amounted to UA l.7t'. Hi. aa com
pared with Jl.Oi-.SOo.G;! for the corres
ponding day of Inst year.
FUNERAL SERVICES over the body of
Mrs. Myra Schmidt were held at'O'Don
ncll's undertaking establishment Thurs
day afternoon. The body will be Interred
at Slreator, III.
CONGREGATION MONTEFJORK will
hold regular Sabbath evening services at
S o'clock this (Friday) evening. Rabbi
Hevosh will preach on "The Young aud
LL RAG.V?. a soldier, charged with
desertion, was arrested by Sergeant
Bcrkstcad and Patrolman Phillips Thurs
day afternoon and will be turned over to
the Fort Douglas authorities Friday
A MEETING of the slato board or edu
cation will ho hold next Mondav morning
at 10 o'clock In the office of Stnto Super
iutcn.Jlnt of Schools A. (,'. Nelson for the
purpose uf selecting library books to bo
WALTER MINER, a negro, wanted In
Ogden on .1 charge of having looted a
room in lho.Rccd hold, wa.s u nested by
Dotcctivc Joy riuwrAfllhursdrty afternoon,
lb; will be lui-iied'JAflJi; to an Ogdcn offi
cer Friday. w
DEAN CCMMINGS of tho fniverslty
or I.- tab, will d. -II ver an address al tho
homo of Mr.. Edwin Kimball, 12-1 Fourth
Last street, Saturday evening at s
o'clock. The address will deal with "Dean
Cummlngs's rocaut exploration tour.
THE WESTERN TOIVNSITE COM
PANY filed an amendment to its articles
01 incorporation with the countv clerk
Thursday, by which its capital stork is
Increased from sio.OOi) to ."..(toi). divided
into .shares of the par value of ?1 each.
HERMAN "WEISS filed suit in Iho dis
trict court Thursday acalnst Gcorgo
"Weiss to recover S.lrt. no alleged to be duo
for services rendered between AiirusI -and
.December tf. RiO'i. and nls-o $115.7$
alleged to bo duo for money loaned In tho
THE FIFTH ANNUAL junior promen
ade will be held this evening in (he uni
verslty gymnasuim. Tho grand inarch
will begin at 0 o'clock and will be Jed by
Governor Spry, with Iho members of thu
board of regents aud the faculty immedi
A PETITION has been filed with Cllv
Recorder Jiivcs by Theodora Paulos.- ask
ing the city council to give him ihc ex
clusive right to sell candy ami refresh
ments at Liberty park ibis coming rea
son on terms to bo agreed upon between
hint aud the city.
THE RIGt"LAR monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. U. will be held at tho homo
of Mrs. E- E. Shepard. V.hl Third East.
Friday. January 11. at 2:.".0 p. m. The
union will- he entertained by Mrs. Shep
ard and Mi Sellwood. It will be a
Purity" meeting. Everybody interested
THE LADIES OP CONGREGATION
MONTEFIORE have organized an Auxil-
.... j iu .,,,.- n,ihv,ii,-. wnieuvs ciccieu:
Miss A. Levy, president; Mrs. II. Love,
vice president: Mi. I T. Eckstein, treas
urer:. Miss Landsman, necretaiy; Mcs
dauies Sliaplro. Nathan and Block,
A PRETTY MUSICAL COMEDY. "The
Sub." was given Thursday evening In
Fnrmcis' ward amusement- l&ill. The performance-
was In tho nature- of a fare
well benefit for, Janips CanUcton. Moses
Cowley and. Frnilk MeMaslor. who will
leave soon on a. mission for tho Mor
AT THE RESIDENCE of Bishop Wil
liam McMillan. .'MS North Fifth West
street, Thursday evening, at. C:30 o'clocK,
George. Appedallo and Miss Sarah Ann
Brown wcro married. Bishop McMillan'
officiating. The couple-will make their
home Jn Salt Lake.
MAYOR JOHN S. BRANSFORD had a
heart-to-heart taJk with The members of
tho police department Thursday morn
ing at headquarters, giving the members
of tho force some advice, of a fatherly
nature. At the conclusion of the meet
ing, the mayor shook hands with each
man 011 the force.
VISITORS from Logan yesterday said
the coal situation- in Cache county had
ifc-sumed the proportions of a real famine
and no fuel was to he found In the vards
of any of tho dealers at Logan, !ll jtr
jirtld that only two' carloads of coal have
been delivered In Logan iu tho last week
and these lasted only a few minutes.
' ELMER HOLDAAVAY and W. A. Max
field, prominent dairymen of Utah coun
ty, were in the city Thuiday aifd paid
a visit to City Pood and Dairy f'ommlfa
nloiier Walter Fraaler. Mr." Moidawny Is
connected -with the. Union dalrv and '.Mr.
iMaxriehl with Iho Maxfiold Dairy com
pany, both of which arc shippers to Salt
JLM KOLLAS. proprietor or n gro
cery alore on West Second South htreet.
was aricKli'd '('''uriiday .lafleriiooi) .-jimI
probably will be, chai-ged -tvl(h having
purchased properly which he knew had
been stolen. It is alleged (hat Kotlas '
has been: purr-husing goods- sloten bv a
delivery boy from ".Mary J. Hardin. "hia
A PETITION for letter of administra
tion of the estate of Janice Gleasou wan
filed in tho probate division of the dis
trict court Thursday by Mve. Rae Olca
ion. Gleasou died last mouth, leaving an
csiato eonsh?tJng of real properly. valued'
at $1200 and personal property or the
value of ?lnno. Tho widow and one sou
ure the .only heir:?. .
'.MAXWELL POST No o, G. A. R.. .-.nil
the Ijadlwi or flu Rellel corps will have
A public. Installation' of, OfleCiv at thr
Oijd Fellows luill on the' evening or Sat
urday, Ja.iiuarj; JS. Qoijinidcs am cor
dially invited to bo prucuL A Special
rctiucst Is made fur the attendance or the,
-. . .
After Plight of Year Raicivich
Is Arrested at Lakeside
ADMITS SHOOTING, HUT r
PLEADS SELF DEFENSE
Evades Attendants and jMakes
Narrow .Escape From
Following n flight of moro than a year.
In which time he was constantly sought
by tho sheriffs force, Trlvum Raicivich,
an Auslrian". accused of tho murder of
Bicon Plassich at Utngham. February 10.
iOOn. Tns captured by Deputy ShcrirY
Johi Forbes early Thursday morning al
Raicivich admits having killed Plassich.
following a quarrel, but claims that he
shot In self-defense and used his vic
tim's revolver. He alleges Unit It was in
tho struggle for possession of the weapon
Ihat Plassich was killed.
Following tho shooting. Raicivich fled
to .Nevodu. win r; b was located In a
houpilal. having met with an accident
to his right eye while mining. Defore ho
could he taken Into custody he escaped
from the hospital attendants and disap
peared. He Was located :i. frxw rlnv nrn
at Ogdcn. but before an officer arrived
bo left the. Juliet Ion clly nnd crossed the
Lucln cutoif. stopping at Lakeside. Depu
ty I-orbes followed and after a spirited
chase. landed his man early Thursday
Rulclvleh made, a statement regarding
Hie shooting. Thursday to Sheriff Sharp
In which he claims ih.-u ho was in fear
of his life when he killed Plassich. The
prisoner will be arraigned on a charge
Men's JS. $20, $22.i50 Suits. $11.73.
A. If. CItAliBE CO., 220 Down Main.
"The stars Incline, but do not compel.".
Friday, January H, 1910.
Planets of love and. war Imbue
.Mankind with will and power now.
,..mm.,r aV'? Nla,s ar0 in boncflo aspect
with the. Moon on this day and shine
combined for love and courage
onus rules today for 'harmonious,
temperate- and fortunato vibrations, and
the influence Is toward pleasure, hap
piness and love.
Persons of artistic and musical tal
ents should benefit today and feci new
and fruitful power.
There is favor for efforts to beautify
the person or surroundings today and
women should -have unusual influence.
Inclinations to extravagance in dresn
or enjoyment may bc greatly increased
m this period 'and It will be necessary
to curb and inodorato such desires
Adventurous ' impulses, daring cnter
Pi'ise and martial or belligerent acts
arc likely to be prevalent today. Com
bative, energetic men will need to exercise-
self-control and prudence. Jf reck
lessness be avoided, the martial, fearless
tendencies of the period will greatly
boncnt great plans and undertakings
nnd Instill freshening, wholesome vigor
even Inlo routine duties.
Choleric persons. howovor. will be all
loo pi one to firhl and attack. They
must combat, ihls clement, for there is
a naming warning against quarrel and
s trite today.
,,, " jriin.inc. sign.
Milliners, dressmakers, drv goods mer
chants, salespeople, caterers, perfumers,
hairdressers and florists should bc 011
tho alert io meet the demands.
There is a good sign for surgery
medicine and chemistry, Indl. UIng that
the ill and the a flicked should find aid
and alleviation from consultation-or new
methods of 'cure a
Mars benefits all who handle sharp
tools or instruments, fuc aud m..vhlnes,
as well as those who wear uniforms.
Insignia, distinctive, garb of any' kind
or badges of oftice.
Thero Is a, good sign for hiring wo
Over the household (he sign Is good
for brewing, distilling, preserving or
anything connected with -ilsh.
Persons with today for birthdatc arc
likely to benefit -most during tho twelve
month If they cultivate initiative and ac
tivily. The signs over children born today are
for "success through public channels."
Carriages and light livery. Phones 81.
Sons and Daughters of Veterans, and the
Spanish War Veterans.
ADJUTANT GENERAL 10. A. WEDG
WOOD, Brigadier S. A. Park and Col. II.
M. l-l. Lund of the N. t!. IT. have been
appointed a board of cxaniinera to ex
amine the retiring regimental oiflceiv.
This is done with a view to giving them
regular commissions before tin- formal
acceptance, or their resignations, which
will cIofc tlelr connection with the
PRESIDENT JOHN A. STEWART of
tho International League for Higliwav
Improvement, formerly tho Natlona'l
Itoads association, has sent Governor
Spry an urgent Invitation to be present
at the annual convention of the league
in St. Augustine. Fla. The official announcement-
containing tho data of the
convention lins not been received by tho
A. FORMAL REQUEST has been smt
o.vGovornor Spry to X,ogan W. Page,
the- government good roads expert at
Washington, to send a practical road
maker to the good roads convention here
January" 2R-28, who will be nsked to de
liver addresses on scientific- road-making
and instruct local engineers on that
subject. It may.be that Mr. Page will
J. EDWARD" TAYLOR, slate horticul
tural Inspector, lectured at Ephraim
Thursday afternoon boforo. the Sanpete
I County Agricultural society. Ho will
speak again today 011 methods of fruit
growing. Mr. Taylor attended tho Colo
rado fruitgrowers' convention and opposi
tion at Denver Inst week and his lec
ture included a review of the proceed
ings at the Colorado mooting-.
THE T7TA1I STATE HOARD OF
DENTAL EXAMINERS met in regular
senil-aiiminl session Thursday nlgfii in
the office of pr. A. " r Wherrv. M j
Malonoy. F. 15. Morgan. L. A. Ptrvan W"'
G. ituckonbrud and A. W. Ileltfcr wcro
the applicant for admission to the dental
profession, whoso examinations were ac
cepted and to whom licenses 'will shortly
be Issued. No other business except the
usual routine form came before, the
THE EXAMINATION of tho four ap
plicants for. appointment 10 the XavaJ
academy at Annapdlls was concluded
)'uneso!iy and the.. papers are now
the hands oi State Superintendent of
Schools Nelson, Prof. 'J. T. Kingsbury of
in--- h!-ji.w3 01 L-iau ami t;itv Super
intendent uf Schools n. II. Chrlstoiiscn
rot- grading. They will moot Saturday
and complete their work and announce
the namo ot the successful candidate and
J.;S. NEWRERRY. one of the fore
most men in the grocery business hi L0s
Angeles, will speak to i-ctnll merchant
manufacturers, and Jobbers In the h,.ij
on the seconjl 'r por of the Jeunlng
block, on West First South, near Main,
tills. tlTldayi evening. Mr. Newberry l
a man .of wlde-'und practical business cv
peneneo , and he address on the buslueks
sitiiatioiitinKl.lts- prospedV io uV to be
or interest and value. - . uu
TO 6E ENLARGED,
Capaeity Will Be Doubled, at
Cost of Something Like
SUGAR HOUSE TO BE
TAKEN INTO THE CITY
Second West and Fifth East to
Be Paved, and More Firemen
to Be Added. '
The first meeting of the committees, of
the new city council Thursday was ,a
busy one. and considerable Important
buslncs? was transacted. '
The council met as a coiiunillc of the
whole with Mayor Brausford find dis
cussed the proposition of enlarging the
surplus canal, which leaves die Jordan
rivet- about Twelfth South street and
runs northwesterly toward tho lake. It
was decided to spend S2.1.000 in ithls Im
provement, and work will begin-ua soon
At present tho canal is -about thirty
feet wide and four feet deep, and it is
proposed to widen It to mly-llvo feet
and made it at least seven feet deep,
so thru tho capacity will be about dou
bled. Notices will be sent to the Salt
Lake Route, Western Pacific and Salt
air -railroads requiring them to take
:il once 10 wiucn incir urmges
over tho canal.
The municipal laws committee decided
to report favorably upon the petition of
Klmbuli & Richards and other property
owners in Sugar House, for the annexa
tion of that territory to the citv. The
city attorney was Instructed to draw up
tho annexation ordinance, to be submit-,
ted to the council Monday night for
passage, and tho petitioners are required
to give a bond ot $7500 to guarantee
that the streets iu the new territory
will be brought to grade
Change in Route.
The same committee also had up for
consideration tho petition of the Salt
Lake t Los Angeles Railway company
for a franchise to run iis Saltair cars
up to Main street. A change in the
route was agreed upon. Tho cars will
run along North Temple slrcet 10 Main
street and thence south to First South
Insteid of to South Temple, as first
asked by the company On First South
they will then run west to First West
a.nd then north to North Temple, and
l1!cn.,Vk't 10 vlah West Instead of
Eighth West, as originally asked, then
south to South Temple and then west to
the city limits over the company's pres
ent track. Arrangements will be made
to use tho Utah Light and Railway com
pany 3 track on Main street, so that a
third track will not be required. The
committee will take a trip of inspection
over the proposed route Saturday after
noon at 2 o clock, before making a final
report on the franchise.
Several important improvements were
decided upon bC- the eommitlco on en
gineer ng and sewerage. It Instructed
ir,c.rJity r("?0l'(i lo advertise notice ot
intention of paving Second AVest street
with asphalt from South Temple strce
arm ?Pril,'ss- jThis improvement
when completed, will make a splendid
drIvow.ijWnt to the springs and will be
oo?Veat '-nt- l traffic to and from
.T!lf..c.om,T,,.WPn.,a,so -'"dborlzcd the ro
o? r?vin Ta-mfrl ,noUco of "'tantlon
?i rv?r J'itll Kust street from Thin!
to Mn I h Sout.lt street, and or laying :,
cement sldewajlc "on the east side of Can -yon
road irom Second to Third avenue
The boa nl of public works as rIvci
a dig by tho -finance cnnunittc- which
rccominended the adcJfon of a resoiu
lion, lij A. .L Dnvlsf request ng Ihc
V? 10 the ruiicll for its -
av,1th rcfrms of contracts 10 bo used
v. uju -uoaru ior tiio year on naviug
w"&trt,I,t" ."rb ff " id
waterworks . .c'lnns ona. Tlij resolution
further statcV that no oonLractJ isha I be
executed by the board untl? iho Suest
piled' wlihUr,Cn ln thIs ,cs1cct is com-
n-ilsnCg.a.',nrC.nim,"i,V0rt recommended tho
passage of tho ordinance ncreasing tl n
salary of tho mayor's priv-ato seeret-irv
from 5100 p, 5ir,0 a mo it , udcrred
h G naia?lc I''idlug for the increisc
in ihc salaries of Ihc health commit
woiici; and members of the 1 ,. Uml n u tro
departmen a to the comm ttce v f, Pci'u
in'eef M;o!1,:!ay.!'1,POrt,0m,1Ct- oh "vft
n,Mf1nirso,lllIc"1 hy lr Hnll. providing
that all nionoy received from the "a In .If
el ty lands sli.nll be placed in a
fund to be u.sed for providing parki "?u?i
? for the roSdoifta i
couimifleeaiJ orAvMa fi!otJ b' "io flilSnco
Must Pay for Water.
,.T; J." l01-an will be rcouired In Ihc fu
ture to pay the city ?f,r) a munth for
cirvWpo-,1HOcl :,t ,,is asplwl" Plant f?,,
S Stran-e c?"?,0"- ,TI,is,c "boit
oj. ftu-ange t Maguire. who bavi u,,.
contract for paving" Third Soutl sireet
asking permission lo locate their asnlnk
mixer in City Creek canvon niA.
month for the use of the citv J .?.?
wnue on that subject. It aVridofl to im
Moran. SHm rM'nt upon flvH
In accordance with tli'e .suggestion of
tui?'?fn Dransror, In his aim wf message
tho license committee rc-omniniidcr It frit
he city attomey be Instruct ul to ,lVaw
up an ordinance crefiling a license de
partment of the city wlileh will haw
charge of assessing all licenses now mid
c?nse cx.ctlns lie water tax II
Tho committee also recommended tho
bvnc?afe,of I'r a?PlntnTents m 2
by City Auditor Alff of the employees 1,1
tho- license department of his office , "
follows: F. R Kimball, deputy ' l?Cen"n
wev?V ,T" KsMinri bokl eep"r
pecors.V00d and B!ack' HcenseVi-'
. Tho fire department of the 0!tv will ho
increased from sixty-four to sevenly-fo ?
membera to provide for the new "ire sta
tipn on Eighth West and E sWr
The action will b0 Uikon upon rccS
mendatton of the fire committee; It was
also decided lo appropriate S700 f o r r , r
chnslng equipment for the new staton
l-ormer Assistant Fire Chief w c:
hnn,ai" so,,,t ln a PiMon asking thai
he bo placed on a pension or given e ...
I Ploymem by the city. The petition Stated
that he had spent twenty-four veurs in
the department and had received nume
pna injuries in the service of 9 -
J , nc was released from his ret-'
Hon for political reasons- aboui K."
years ago. Since that time he has -in A
L'VlrrV.m- ""P.P01"1'"' m.s .family and
he is of the opinion that the citv shot d
reward him for faithful services by giv
ing him a pension or employment The
fire committee, however coiiiri ( n
things In the An.ne nni flr W'
man. and decided to fllo his petition
The wn erworks committee decided
that the city did not care to iiiri..:
the ni.ooo gallons of m ., oi T
Rett.t E. Dudley, which nmAlm S llZ
I.arl-s canyon conduit, so her pmnoi
Hon to sell was filed. 1'ioposl-
A meeting or the sanitary ..timmhi
was held hi the orflce of iho hcalit . ?
partmept Thursday afternoon - t llu 0,'
tin miocil,.!. rr ,u.-. ..'""."'' Which
clerk of the -boanl o hlVhL, ,u
dercd. Nothing was do c ho wove "'in
thai, matter, so who will be ti e nmV ,1 . 1 1
remains undecided. 0 no crk
That Garbage Qucstiou.
The committee also consider n.
ylwihiiity or giving lhoSm SLrtoy'in1!: "
lug away the city garbage to the q 7
Lake & Los Angeles railtvrwi ),. ..
to the Lambed,- Whlci' n 1v'.,,I,,r
tbe contract. The nnitt Ys, t- Jl
location for Mm garbage di .,m .
Saltair road w?,s rathoV'n h ' fn! U!"
t Ion sis it . was atUflrsL Vn oBC,? '
eatc the. dump on the present rttv ,in. lo"
lug ground. . rhis was Considered &T&v
Smilell Satisfied M
V Ifbf ?UmCll9
Hclnrii WMuUUBcn. tJieK
vcrsatilo ftptl"rcd In -SalL'-Esjlg
years. sionrcssed to mor
a score bJt when ojtp.M Yfmi
Sheriff W1'- Sharp a'Hff
Sheriff IiCir' Tluirtdajyi W
addition -fcil0u whlclW"
clusively 3Slc4" Tlio TrlbtirA i
day inorflifl .'''wsen aanJlfk'-iE:.
he had &hlcH, ot niany;"!'
tlons. rasM. ii loose liny: .11
col n. H etf.Me dctalla. of.'iaKa
ous robb4ii' t a trace 'd'fifP!
raysmcntfJR inilnsly V4cftJclW'
narrallvOjK re Muu the-fLf
LocnliioIiifll'K are p(iSlr
who iprtl ivStuil howasuiMl
approir-rt snflle hwwOfF
difneii'.ljpd ,lcpfrinccd lnEll
a casli di' cUng a midWdMt'i;
PlaJ" tlpU'TroTb rTgm)
vooft wltiroiirig the neleiihr
or tell HttKWWt there ,
stteillns luiyi ' --Mr
Mullntfitolc hccauEc ho erfLt'
.c:V- ched to his iwBii
aids, n-aicd a tlsilcd
he tol d utdight gallon hMB-t
fihr,.Hrlfes noi-HC bcldijaKl
M. M.,i.hr oflurrav. ThO a1B-
!?y'SOv?V x German faneWf
fim H ri :iV rooe oUt frodRf i
state isT ?C "l'aU '0t' tfmlv
I Jcucco Thefts. 7cE
tlty ofJodiay. !,ooso hay wiK
an SpurlOjd a otuintiKit
IcfhWXl R ChrLstmnatl
that li iHHh 8lc,Sl1- inmS
anu nqcei somobes, TheB"t5i
whins cV'3 utola number otWiZ
r, h pa,';c orl, store andJBK
fiesn jpjf ciincy. Wlfa!
larder rHeted ) neIghborrcK
roosts Juldhfrer. ' ne,eau0TB
nave cj ,nc. at-Hs
K.3 f'o'Jwhat wamc-dTBite
tbn nd ''Gorman ,I)Sm
they ure w?ro tsinofr, wUg&
liutu:eMoU 0at crfnj!
even hilt h n dmile;, lus
..- nt i brayarlboiiL hn-K
sme(gCi cIyM haj, nbtM
aslM remorserul "hls' $m
"5l-Confession A, the lnBe
kvoA L su 'P'' Nefl.liuihaMflfcfc
f, J .CJr, O-i'Mtlon.-vwiily a'pBS
s From GodTaniilyUtv
$ . ite wj:nrl pTiSf
w!bl elli 'J-- S,lvn 01V forW
while i German an MiB: !
is not !geneniti, itus Iic'Vwk
one t1rici;Imi,,iai wosf C .
one aujh far' he hsdeticd'dMlnr
at tho b of local t.6nt.sJ 'ocKJt
Suites -tie more tha a
went ,lfroni New k to"BL
ton. Tend lived (herTfOr abME!
to haltfe by way ortallfornWc
though Set-lares he W noME
the -roiH traveled. IjL- bcliMSI
lutvo ojfd In. Los Ale." IfMa"
Franeislforc coming b SaliK
Atnon robb'-rles ifwhlcrMilJ
haiisen tsod Thiirsd.-i.-frightflB(
follow-In urglarlx.iug tt Salt vW!r
grocery L burglariah, AlbeiH
son's ihce jn Wai'U, ML
b?rw; cfdle from MM. CN"
of Murinrness and Inohe'Miiift
loose h.-'Jed Jmy. sleigj and
otner les. Mulhann
Henry Migust Blank! WhoBfw
near ElH South and ncondM?2
of complin u number t thefB?2
plunder jlnred al MullAisch'lBSf
west r011 't ,carKfj
Doputcrlrrs Andrev Sro'lfc
oam ivif searched u, MuIKS1
premiscsrsda.v for ad :IoriaK?l!
dec amia a number rot4M
whips btiii'.'i barn. .MiorrVNS
to coiitjjuantlly of sll rwa: (")
which 1 Rlanke said HrnsBMn
near lliman'.k housv -vikl'-SMM
ocated, se5iich will I ,bHt
A pn-afe may "bo rVitedikfc'
6re andar-proof vaulb ViBi7i
Salt Lalnrity and Truti cplB?Vi
32 up ADrcet, $2.00 pgrjyewMM1
1 iwo rRorimFig
Year's salary KcptBoH
6ont,ofit onl.y as yon qHH
ablotvo some part? 'pfBS
If o'end of tbo yearijHB
liaviii it all, you'IiwKftJ
nierdncd 3-our board 'pJ
. -Mpn and women "baBHl
theiraries hero evlnKH
moiiv'fl3' paj- all VQ&KS
taryases by cliock;; aJIS,5
let yanco accumulatoiF!
A account is notrsl2Hi
n coPrp- I- is a belpBi
tliosavb a desire to
alicalip - world ' andi stflHP 1
ip bipor themselves,. IBVi
JJnan on a BaIaiK
shoul0 a bank accounK5ii
We jou (o depositybllMfy"
salaii 'liis bnnk. '
SAVINGS AND Iti-L
r.iin Street. '!HrVL
lousiness Heart. BA
Men 's- .-t;i20. .S.oO O :ooatH5
A. Jl.Vj? CO.. '220 DowtrMSgl
out. and JJumitlce will trrBfe
duce the to locate the dUjKf
pronei1 c:ist- ol" the -'BL
river. I . Slllf
Former lmai lartiu apMkfb
Thursday f,r 'ds private cjdHhit
as an arcT' Jr submit tud nIaoBQ
P'.'clficatiV 1,10 n,'w ltol'?jHll34
fort siatl.' recommended ;(HftL
uiayor In Hl PlIBPS
vldcs foi- -slx stations locuJUaWC
dcr the sf Inti-rcsectloim.acMt.
and -First LS'-'cond and ThlrdB
-strccus. -i lions for mci
located 0- ,r 6j?9Bi!m
Uioso fo,ijIt"ii,fh,. tvJSRS
fifteclf 'f 'uf uidon.s, and' j'BK
wainilnrtj? "'t J,s?ljfiB2
st once i',,-inoiiibers uf tliJBjJJ
ell .( y'tb the p ariF.;ltBJfSf