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H 12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY M0RNI3STG-, MARCH 3, 1910. -J
I IV. G. H o in n e v Chosen lo Oflicc
of Exalted Ruler With
oi! I Opposition.
RAYDOULD IS RE-ELECTED
FOR EIGHTEENTH TERM
Past Exalted Ruler Collins Is
Ui veil Life Memhership: Also
Delegate to Detroit.
V C Romnc. a. prominent business
us. m. was unanimously elected exalted
ruler of ilio S;iU Lake lodge of Elks at
tut annual election held Wednesday night.
Mr Itomnoy succotds James W. Colllii'-.
W. G. ROMNEY.
I who Ij, just .losln :ni administration
wnkh was the must successful s-itioc the
3of)ge wuh organized.
There wttn a large attendance at Llic
Mining, nm .V.r. Collins ,-ind .Mr. Rom
nc wt re g.'ven cut Imslusllc ova lions.
Dr S. Ewing was chosen esteemed lead
f ii s- knight, to succeed A. t:. Mackenzie.
V. . Rcttilyon succeeds Dr. Ewing as
-teemed loyal knight- For esteemed
be mrlng knight. M. AV. Glbbs was the
unanimous choice. succeeding L. C. Kcl
l or the eighteenth tlmo A. W. Ray
hould was unanimously re-elected socre-
Hrv of the lodge. .Mr, Rnybould was
oik of the rounders of the Elks' lodge
Jn Rait Lake and has been secretary ever
tlnoi of this organization.
.I. W. Collins, the retiring exalted ruler.
an .'is chosen to represent Halt Lake lodge
at the next grand lodge meeting, to bo
ield In Detroit In .Inly. .lie was present
ed by the lodge with a life, membership
in tin- order. ,L C. Leury was selected as
alternate representative to the grand
lodge, C. M. Freed was re-elected truslee
for Hie three-year lerin, and John Shea
was chosen lylcr to succeed J. A. Plaee.
Following the election llto lodge, served
a buffet huieh to the members.
Hay and Grain.
To hit many friends and customers: I
nm again in business at 1J0 Wect Fir3t
South, under tho beading of C. II. Miller
Grain company, and assuro the same
courteous treatment as iu tho past.
I DICKER IX HORSEFLESH
TO BE HEARD IX COUNCIL
A petition was Hied with tho city re
corder Wednesday by Tom Koompln
a ."Icing' tho city to return to him ?C'J.
alleged to be the balance left after the
sale of si horse belonging to him which
v.us sold by the .city poundkeeper.
It Is set fort 1) that tin: animal was
turned over to the poundkeeper by .lames
J5. Biirford from whom Koompin pur
chased It. Me found that tho animal
-was "leaded"' and endeavored to return
it to Burford. who refused to accept It
find turned It over to the poundkeeper.
Koompln sued Burford for the amount
lie paid for the animal and was given
judgment for 51-10. Tho matter will be
referred to the city council next Monday
You may ny more, but you can't
boat the quality of a Lutigsdorf 10-t:eiit
cigar. .Sehramiu-.rohnsnn Drugs.
I "WOMAN IS ARRESTED
OX CHARGE OF ARSON
Mre. Lily Jenkins, wife of Walt Jen
kins a local saloon man, was arrested
by Patrolman Xevo Wednesday morning
nt 3. IK o'clock and taken to the police
sin t Ion, where )u- was charged with
arson. She Is alleged to have sprinkled
1 coal oil about the tloors of her residence
at 101 South West Tempi? tUrect and
then to have set tire to the place.
The rapid response of tho department
and the work of the. tlremen extinguished
the blaze before any damage had been
done. Th woman was later released
IHATCHTOWN WATERS WILL
IRRIGATE 2000 ACRES
At the meeting of the state hoard of
land, commissioners Wednesday the
board leased the waters of the ifatch
town reservoir In Millard county to a
number ot Riehiicld p.'i'sons who are in
terested In the I'lute canal and irriga
tion propeet. The lease runs for one
year .ind sufficient waters were leased
, to irrigate uboul. Ii0in acres of land.
The price charged for the water w.-ih
at tho rate of $1.50 an acre or land ir
rigated. The reservoir) Is now under
option to Rlehnold men. but the option
provides that the board mav lease the
waters for this year. The board will
meet again today.
Don't think less of your .system than
you do of your homo. Give" it a thor
ough demising-, too. Take. .Hood's Sttr-saparilla.
Alleged Clothes Thief.
T Rogers was arrested bv Dcputv
Sheriff Johnson. Wednesday night, and
taJun to -the county Jail, where he 'wan
( charged with petit larceny, lie Is al
leged to have stolen an overcoat and oth
i ci wearing apparel from G. T. Rurtop of
the Golden Rule saloon. Dcputv Sheriff
.Tohnoon found Rogers attempting to dis
pose of the clothing.
A private safe may hu routed in the
fire and burglar-proof vaults of tho
Bait Lake Security and Trust Company.
32 Up. Main street. 2.0() per year.
Ogden Wants Packard.
It ('. Packard, a trusty at the. r.ltv
t isl,:' wl Nv:ls arrested some time ago.
charged with stealing a nunbcr of ovor
B coats from various churches about the
H city, was arrested by Deputy Sheriffs
Corless and K!dluKton when he was en-t-n-lng
the poHtofllee Wednesday night,
lie Is wanted In Ogdcn on the charge
of forgei-j-, and Deputy Sheriff Murphv
of Wolier county arrived iu tills clly
Wednesday night, to take Packard back.
IS. HIE GRANTED
DEGREE OF DIVORCE
Proves That Hushand Was In
solent and III-Trcated Her
Mngglo II- Miller was granted a divorce
by Judge .Morse Wednesday from Charles
II. Miller on the ground of cruelly. Tho
case was contested by Miller and the.
testimony was somewhat sensational.
Mrs. Miller lestlilcd that they were mar
ried In this city on November ISIM.
find that when her latest child was born
her husband refused to come Into the
room while she wns sick and refused
even to look at the child until about sl.s
weeks after the birth. She alto suld that
for several months prior to the birth' of
the child her husband treated her In an
insolent manner and icfused to speak to
She said that he desertad her on .May
J.t, if)0S. and did not return home until
June .'!(, Hull!, and that during his ab
sence of thirteen tnonthn he visited their
home onlv three times. When b- did
return, she d:elared. he promised to
"treat her right." but that on September
10 last be called her vile names and
threatened to 'smaah her face, so she
would cany the marks to her grave." Mo
alto loli! her at the same time that he
had never loved tier and would have been
well oiT If he had never met her.
.Miller put in an answer and cross-
omplalnt In which he charged his wife
with cruelly, lie declnied on the wit
ness stand that sue had treated him
cruelly ever sjiue the year lt02 and that
she was Hied of married life and did not
want to have anything to do with him.
lie also said that she wrongfully ac
cused him "f intldollly.
Judge .Morse decided ! grant Mrs.
Miller a divorce. She was also grunted
the custody of their "(he children, was
.-.warded th? home and furniture ami al
lowed ?I2 a week as alimony anil an ad
ditional attorney s fee of $1 30. The de
fendant will be rectified to pay off the
incumbrance on the home.
Koatly for Opening of Highland rark.
Tho coming c.f nood weather will sec
the u'i'eatcst development work on a
nou sulali vision lliat Salt Lake has wit
nessed in iiuin.v vqars. if mil iu its en
tire historv. '
Kimball & l? ielumls. land merchants,
have already Ijefjun operations, pre
paring Highland Park. I lie beautiful
ucw residence district tor the openinc
Already applications are coininjr in
for lioinesites in Holland Park and all
indications point to a strong demand
for property in the newly annexed sec
Ilijzhland Park is southeast. It .joins
tho Sujrar House district 0n Eleventh
East, just below Twelfth South.
Nine o'clock Closing Notice.
Sail Lake City. I'tah. March : 1910.
After having given the subject of earlv
closing full consideration. the under
signed stores have decided to close at
I' o'clock' on Saturday evenings.
K. AfKUPAOII & BriO.
L. & ,. fOII.V.
PA IIIS MILLIKICRY CO.
KIOITII-U'BK 1 KX CQ.
Park Board Consulted hy Com
mittee Representing Associa
tion: Rids for Concessions.
A committee from the rublle Play
grounds association met with the city
board of park commissioners Wednesday
afternoon in the office of City Recorder
Ben S. Rives and discussed the matter of
playgrounds in Liberty and Pioneer parks
with tho commission.
The committee was composed of Miss
Kate Williams, Mrs. Fitzgerald. George
V. Wallace anil A. W. Wort If, They asked
thai h. portion of botli parks be set aside
by t lie commission as a public playground
for the children of the city.
The park commission' is favorable to
tho playground at Liberty park, but did
not decide upon what portion of the park
would be set aside for that purpose.
definite action was taken iu regard to
the Pioneer park playground.
The commission decided ,to advertise
for bids on all the concessions at Liberty
park for ihls year. Bids will be asked
for concessions collectively and also for
separate bids on each concession. The
date of tho opening of the bids has not
Foley's Kidney Jfcnicdv will euro
nn- caso of Kidney or Bladder trou
ble that is not beyoud tho reach of
medicine. No medicine can do more.
Bojiinuimr March .1. tho Sanders
Grander Floral company will occupy
iemporan- quarters at. oS West Third
South sheet while their present quar
ters are being- remodeled.
"The stars Incline, but do not compel."
Thursday, March 3, 19 10.
Now pleasures for the seeker wall. '
And women's ways arc smooth and
On this fi2nd day of the year. Venus Is
stationary in the zodiac. The astrological
indications arc good for love a'ffalrs, for
tune in amusement and recreation, and
luck In entertaining or giving entertain
Tidiness and neatness in dress or work
should prove beneficial.
Shop-keepers and soles-people will do
well 1o push the promise ot this day. The
! aspect or Venus Is held to be go'od ror
all who cater to women and especially
dry goods merchants, mllllnern, jewelers,
florists. perfumers, dressmakers and
Xex: week's lunation occurring with
tin; luminaries culminating almost exact
ly, while Mars and Uurnnim arc In scx
tlle. Indicates nMrologically that there
may be clashlnga between nations, "a
flJshlng as of swords and the sounding
or great horns."
During the month there will be an ap
pllcullnuof several Important planets to
ward each other that Is of such a nature
as usually afreets tho stability of the
earth. According to the calculations,
this threatens earthquake shocks be
tween -HO and 120 degrees west longi
tude. India. South Africa, ICnuland and Ger
many suffer throughout the month from
afflicting configurations, in which war
like Mars plays a decided part, suggest
ing dangers of war. and more particu
larly labor troubles, rebellion, anarchist
plots and opposition to government.
Herbal lore marks this day as good for
valerian, carrots, savory, oats, olive,
parsley, licorice, endive, dill and parsnips
The time Is propitious for hiring men.
Persons with this birth-date are under,
signs that often cause a lack of self-'
esteem and make their subjects under
Children arc born under nspects today
that make for very strong dislikes but
happily temper that trait often by con-rcnin-j
scnlullly utul kindliness.
Takes Prisoner Out of State in
Spite of Writ of Habeas
DEPENDANT IS CHARGED
WITH CHIME AT EVANSTON
Attorneys Will Invoke Aid of
Law for Protection of
From all indications. Sheriff Jonathan
Jones of Hvanston. Wyb.. has succeeded
ln getting away with George Thomas
this lime and has avoided the service of
habeas corpus papers upon him. In all
probability, the shorln" Is safe in Wyo
ming r.ith his prisoner, but he had a clos-s
call, as Weber & Olson, the attorneys for
Thomas, secured a. writ of habeas corpus
from the district court Wednesday ami
had the officers at Wasatch. Utah, stop
the train at that point and make a
search for the sheriff and bis prisoner in
order to serve the writ upon ihe officer.
The train una stopped for eight minutes
while the search was being made, b-it ;
the sheriff ami his prisoner were not '
M is believed that Jones knew that a
writ of habeas corpus would be issued
and instead if taking the Gnion Pacific
train direct to Kvnnslou. he went ai'iuiul
by way of PocuioIIk and thus outwitted
the attorneys and officer? of this slate.
Charged Willi Embezzlement.
Tboiras was a i rested here a week ago
upon a charge of embezzlement alleged
to have ben committed in lCvanston.
When Sheriff Jones came for him. Thomas
waived requisition and consented to go
back with the officer. They started, but
pot only as far as Ogo'en when the ho
beus corpus papers were served and tho
returnerl io this city. Thomas wna or
dered discharged by Judge Lewis of the
district court, but later was re-arrested
upon the same charge. This time Sheriff
.loues brought the necessary papers with
l.lin and succeeded In getting away with
The attorneys for Thomas say that
Sheriff Mones knew that writ of habeas
corpus would be Issued araln and that he
has simply avoided the" serving of the
To Invoke Law.
It Is the inKutiou of the attorneys to
seek the aid of the statutes of this state
which declare that an officer who know
ingly attempts to avoid Ihe service of a
writ of habeas corpus upon him for the
release of a prisoner in bis charge shall
forfeit to such prisoner the sum of SKOfiO
and shall also be .subject to Imprisonment.
It Is probable that Immediate action will
be taken against Sheriff Jones upon that
It is also asserted by the friends of
Thomas In this cliy that the complaint
against him was Issued because of a
personal grudge which some one in liv
anstoii had against hi in.
IRS. HUTTALL AGAIN -
ASES FOR DIVORCE
Wife Not Daunted hy Derision
of 7udgc Morse iii Previ
ous Art ion.
Although she was denied a divorce
from her husband by Judge .Morse with
in the past month. Annie Irene Xuttall
tiled another action for divorce In the
district court Wednesday against John
T. .Vuttall (,ui the grounds of cruelty, in
lidellty and non-support.
At Hie former trial of the case Mrs.
Xuttall charged her husband with cruel
ty and nnn-suppurl. and her husband
charged her with cruelijand with keep
ing company wjih other men.
On cross-examination Mrs. Xuttall was
asked to give the name of a man with
whom she had been associating. She re
ruscd to do s after the court instructed
her to nuswer the question and her case
was dismissed, and tin action proceeded
upon the cro.ss-complaln of her husband.
At the conclusion uf tho testimony,
Judge Morse dismissed the cross-complaint
also and gave both the young folks
a few words of advice. Mrs. Nut tall is
a manicure and is pretty. Her husband
Is an employe of the Utah Light and
Mrs. Xuttall iu iter now action charges
her husband with frequenting houses of
Ill-fame and with striking "her In the
face last June when she tried to defend
their child from her husband's cruelty.
She also charges him with making false
charges against her as to Improper con
duct with other men, and also with full
ure to support.
J. H. KENT
Room G2.1, . Newhousc Bldg.
DECLARES 0GDEN COURT
IS ILLEGAL INSTITUTION
Alleging that the law creating the mu
nicipal court at Ogden Is null and void
and that tho judge of that court acted
without authority when lie bound Michael
J Ryan over to the district court upon
the charge of assault with intent to com
mit robbery. Ryan filed a petition In the
supreme court Wednesday for a writ of
Ryan is now in the county jail at
Ogden and alleges that he Is unlawfully
held a prisoner by Sheriff P.. B. Wilson
of -Weber county because the law creat
ing the municipal court is null aiftl void,
and Judge Murphy had no authority in
law to bind him over to the district court.
The supreme court Issued the writ of
habeas corpus which directs the sheriff
of Weber county to bring Ryan before
the court on March !I tint! show by what
uulhority he is holding him a prisoner.
CIVIL SERVICE PLACES
' FOR ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES
The government civil service commis
sion announces the following examina
tions for government service.
Sclentitlc assistant in basket-willow
culture: salary SOOO a year. Examina
tion March '.'ti-IIO.
Scientist In soil survey finale) There
will be no examination except the filling
out of applications furnished by the de
partment of agriculture not later than
April ii. Tho xilnry for tho position Is
?325o a. year.
Mechanical draftsman In the ordnance
bureau The salary will be from $J00 to
$1200 a year, tho examination to bo held
March 2!i, .".0 and SI.
Clerk-draftsman To till three vacan
cies, two at 51 per diem and the other
at 51200 a year. The examination will
be held March 20 and SO.
John Fnrrington, the well-known liv
co'innn, announces to the public that
he has purchased t he cut ire st.-ck and
business of the Home Carriage com.
puny, at 21S .South First Wost street,
and will have tho finest lino of carriages
aud liht livery in the city.
Carriages and lijjht livery. Phones 81,
This Will Be a
$ Very Swell Affair
Committees having in charge the
v- arrangcmciita for the General Con- y
nor memorial, which will be held
nt the Auditorium on tho evening v
of March 17. held a meeting lust
night In which it wtw decided to -
mrike lhat banquet one of the most
! entcrtulnlng political affairs ever -!
-V held In this city.
March 17 la ihe anniversary ol tho -I-.
birth of ihe founder of Fori Douglas
I- and General P. 13. Connor Is de.
v servcdlv characterized as Utah's r
:- llrst distinguished American clil- -
J. IJcsldes a sumptuous spread of
;- good things, mere will be a speech- -I
J. making and musical programme that -
will be especially enjoyable, und -
4- everv patriotic man and woman In j-
Sail Lake City. Utah, und sur
v rounding states will be cordially In- v
V vltcd to attend.
v .The comniltteo on programme ox- v
pects to depart materially from the -j-old-time
lines of entertainment by -I-Introducing
some now! features and -I--r
surprises which will bo long remem- -
v bored bv all who participate. 4
-I- The banquet jlckela will sell for -I-.J.
SI each. The capacity of tho Au-I-
dltorlur.j Is limited to about 700. -
The tickets may be procured from -
v the Woman's- American club, the
: Ladles' Auxiliary, at the several de
v partmenl stores of tho clly and at -I-I-
the business offices of Th6 Tribune -I-aud
the Telegram and reservations -j-should
be inad: at the earliest date 4
i City and Neighborhood
TII12 UlCrjl LAR meeting of the Jewish
Hollef society will be held today (Thurs
day) In the B. 13. rooms at l':u0 p. m,
SALT LA Kli bank clearings Wednes
day v.'frc $1.000. GOi'.Srt, as compared with
$0!iu.Ti;!.rC for the corresponding day last
Pl'ilCPARATIOXS to attack tho forests
of telephone and telegraph poles In
Slate. Second South aittl Third South
streets are being made by tho companies.
J. H. FOWLIiR was arrested, by Depu
ty Shcrirr Corlcss Wednesday night and
taken to ihe county Jail on a. warrant
charging htm with failure to provide for
bis minor children.
THE GO AUD OF PUBLIC WORKS
will hold Us rocular meeting Friday
evening, at which roullno business will
be transacted. There are no bids to be
opened' at the meeting.
THE SUPREME COURT has practical
ly completed the hearing- of cases for
the February term and has adjourned
until March 15. al which tlmo a case
specially yet will be argued.
A MEETING of the buildings and
grounds committer of the city board of
education will bo hold Friday afternoon
in the clerk's office to consider tho re
newal of lusuiance policies on school
JULIAN II. YOUNG of Salt Lake, a
former theatrical man. has lllcd a peti
tion In the federal court asking to bo
adjudged a voluntary bankrupt. Voung
gives his liabilities at $101)7.77 and his as
sets at $25.
L'TAII. S AID In Inducing congress to
establish a forest reserve in the While
mountains Is sought In a letter received
yesterday by the local chamber of com
merce from the board of trade of Marl
ANDREW ANDERSON was arrested
by Patrolman Duvander Wednesday night
and taken to tho police station, where lie
was charged with petit larceny, lie Is
wild to have stolen "0 from au acquaint
ance JUDGE RITCHIE of the district court
on Wednesday rendered .a decree dissolv
ing the corporation known as the Mon
arch Liquor company. The company was
Incorporated on Scntombcr IS. lt'OT, and
was capitalized ai ?."000.
EARL L. PETERS, a real estate man
of Denver, applied for help to Ihe police
station Wednesday morning, to locate. If
possible, his son, Arthur Peters, who lort
his home in Denver on December -0 and
who Is paid to have come to this citj.
A COMPLAINT was issued by the
county attorney Wednesday ' against R.
Yasuda and S. Kataka. charging them
with assault with a; deadly weapon. It Is
allnged that they made an assault upon
George Leslie with a knife, on Febru
NOTICE has been received by Gover
nor Spry from the general land oftlco at
Washington or the approval by tho gov
ernment of two selections of land made
by the state In the Salt Lake district.
One tract contains SI 15.5:2 acres and the
other C. 153.11 acres. v
MEMBERS of the furnishings and
building committees of the Commercial
club visited Ihe new building Wednes
day afternoon, reporting excellent prog
ress on the Interior finish. Tho largo
bahqucl. hall will be ready Tor the deco
rators within two weeks.
AN INVITATION has been received by
Governor Spry from the Mdab Commer
cial club to visit that, section of the
3tate and Investigate the need of a bridge
across the Grand river In that locality.
It Is also asked that other state officers
accompany the governor on his visit.
GOV. WILLIAM SPRY has received a
communication from Dr. Max Lcdcrer, au
eminent criminologist, asking for copies
of tho laws of this state relating to the
care of criminals. Dr. Lcdcrer will deliv
er an address at the International Prison
congress, which meets in Washington
FRED SCIIULDER. tho miner who
seriously injured while walking from
Bingham to Murray. Sunday night, by
falling from a trestle of the Denver iV:
Illo Grande railroad, Is reported to have
a small chance for recovery- His spine
was fractured by the fall, llo is iu a
ANOTHER LETTER has been re
ceived by relatives in this city from
State Superintendent of Schools A. C.
Nelson saying that he is Improving fast
and will be able to return home within
n few weeks. Mr. Nelson underwent an
operation for cancer recently in the Pres
byterian hospital at Chicago.
THE REPORT of the criminal division
of tho city court for the month of Feb
ruary shows the total receipts to be $559.
as compared with $.".06.50 for February,
100S, and $r,S0.2." for February. l?09.
There were etO cases handled during the
mouth, of which 112 were charges of
drunkenness. 170 of vagrancy and the re
mainder were miscellaneous charges.
DAVID KEITH and Frank Daly were
the principal witnesses In the hearing of
the Silver King Consolidated Mining
company against tho Silver King Coali
tion Mines company before Kxamlner
Christy. Wednesday. Mr. Keith tcstliled
regarding tho operations In the Parsons
slope and Mr. Daly, foreman of tho Silver
King Coalition mine, detailed the work
COM PLAINTS wore filed In the United
States court Wednesday against the Den
ver & Ttlo Grande railroad and the Ore
gon Short Lino company, charging them
with violations of Ihe safety appliance
law. Tho complaints allege that grab
Irons and coupling levers were not used
on locomotives, and It Is also averred
that a proper coupling pin wus not used
In one instance.
DORA MARTIN., the nlno-ycar-old
daughter of Mntt Martin of Castle Val
ley, was successfully operated upon at
tho Groves L. D. S. hospital Wednesday
morning to restore her speech, and Is
said to be recovering. The child was
thrown from a horse near her father's
ranch a few days ago: the fall resulted In
a fractured skull, and the loss of tho
A COMPLAINT was Issued bv County
Attorney Job P. Lyon, Wednesday,
against Frank Kclley. charging him with
obtaining money under false pretenses.
It Is alleged that Kollcy passed a worth
less check for $11 on Mrs. W. R. Mc
Comb. January 22. The check was
drawn on the Utah (National bank and
was signed by a person supposed to be
Implicated with KcIIey In the transaction.
When the check was presented at the
bank it was found that the signer had
no account there.
JOHN MURPHY was nrrcstol Wednes
day morning on Richards street at 7
SCOT! AT LIBERTY
ON H CORPUS
Judge Leu is Grants Alleged Em
bezzler Freedom Upon '
POLICE COMPLAINT AND
WARRANT ARE DEFECTIVE
May Be Rearrested on Charge
'of Being Fugitive From
Otis II. Scott was released by .Tudgo
Lewis of the district court Wednesday
upon a. writ, of habeas corpus.
Scott was arrested by the police de
partment several days ago upon tele
graphic advice from San Bernardino, Cul.,
to the effect that ho was wanted there
for embezzlement. It Is alleged that he.
embezzled a pair of diamond earrings
valued at 32000. tho property of Mrs. A.
B. Ma renin of that clly.
A petition for a writ of habeas corpus
was tiled Wednesday by Scott's attorneys,
Harry J. Robinson and Leslie J. Alter,
and although the police department got
wind of the matter In lime to issue a
complaint against Scott charging him
with being a fugitive from Justice. Judge
Lewis granted the writ of habeas corpus
and discharged Scott on tho ground that
the complaint against him and tho war
rant upon which he was arrested wero
Scott asserts (hat Mrs. Maroan gave
hhn the diamonds after having them
made Into a scarfpln and a ring for him.
The attorneys for Scott agreed to pro
duce him in court whenever wanted for
this charge, and upon that understanding
the police department has permitted him
to go at liberty.
B. R. WHEELON
Ju all ila branches,
6..1 Judge Bldtr.
Dell 5600. hid. 1027.
Kodak Pictures Finished.
Mail your films to us. Salt Lake
Photo Snppb' Co., ITTMaiu street. Ex
clusive photo dealers
Burton Coal aud Lumber Co. will
movo their nptow'n oflico lo their yards,
551 South 3rd West street, on March'
1. 1010- Phor--. S03.
New Wall Paper and Picturo Store,
Our new 1010 stock, which is uow in,
is the newest, largest and most complete
ever shown iu this city. Wc arc now
located in our beautiful largo new
store at ll AEain street. Gcorgo W.
Khort, & Co.
WOMAN'S LEAGUE HAS
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Hope Expressed That Member
ship Be Enlarged in Order
to Gain Privileges.
At the meeting of the American Wom
an's league, held at tho home of Mrs.
B. BonnOniort on South Temple street
Wednesday, thero was a large attend
ance. The election of officers resulted:
Mrs. C. S. Kinney, president: Mrs. A. V.
Taylor, vice president. Mrs. L. S. Dcanc,
recording secretary: Mrs. Margaret Zane
Wllcher, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Corey Albrllton, treasurer: Mrs. D. N.
Stranp. auditor. Thoso elected on the
board of directors; wore Mrs. Allen T.
Snnford. Mrs. B. Bonnemort. Miv. Anna
L. Young. Mrs. Nellie Bowman. Mrs. C.
ID, Allen. Mrs. Cornelia Johnson. Mrs.
William Tibbals. Mrs. Helen Kimball and
Mrs. D. S. Whltclcy.
Twenty-eight members were present at
the meeting ami a great many people
who were not members, but who are
greatly Interested In tho league. There arc
about seventy-live members altogether
now and It Is hoped that many more
will join In the near future.
Tho seventy-live members aro now en
titled to a $1000 clubhouse, but they don't
want a small house when, with 200 mem
bers, they can receive a $lo.00o clubhouse
with all modern conveniences.
There are. of course, special induce
ments to paid-up members, such as that
one of them may send a subscription to
any class A magazine and receive credit
of 50 per cent, and when members have
received credit on their slip amounting
to $25 they receive a builder's note,
which will be put on Interest at 1 per
cent a year and increases I per cent'
each year until It bus reached 10 per
cent, when the money Is returned with
the accrued Interest.
A yearly endowment fund is also
given to all members of the league. All
correspondence courses are open to
league members, and after the niemhers
can take a league examination tlmv are
entitled to Individual instruction in the
university at University City.
There need be no hesitancy on the
part of expectant members, as Mr. Kin
ney of this city has thoroughly investi
gated tho proposition from a. legal point
and has found that It Is genuine. Mr.
Lewis, founder of the league. Is a man
or high standing and one who can well
be trusted. The hope Is expressed that
many more members will join In tho near
future. Mrs. Coroy Albrltton. 771 ICast
South Temple, will supply all information.
To Forccloso Mortgage.
Suit was tiled in tho district court
Wednesday by Zlon's Co-operalive Home
Building and Real Esjate company
ngalnsi Annie Stnndish and 11. N. Stand
ish to foreclose a mortgage upon
a part of lot I. block :v., plat B, Salt
Lake City survey. Tho mortgage was
executed on May 24, 1000, to sccuro the
payment of a promissory note for SUB.
Judgment is asked for tho full amount of
the note, together with Interest, and
also for $50 as attorney fees.
You may nay nioro, but von can't,
boat, the mmlity of a Laufsdo'rf lO-cottt
cigar. SchrnmnwJolmson Drugs.
o'clock-, minus bis hat, coat, trousers,
socks, and other necessary articles of
wearing apparel. When the case was re
ported to tho police, the patrol wagon
was sent for Murphy and lie was wrapped
in a blanket and taken to tho station.
He told the police thut hu did not re
member where ho had been sleeping and
could not find his clothing. He did not
know how he came to be on the street.
FRED MILTON was arrested by Depu
ty Sheriff Steele Wednesday night and
taken to tho county Jail charged with
obtaining money under false pretenses
He passed a worthless check on his land
lady In payment for board and. after re
ceiving the change, left his room Tuesday
night, it is alleged.
SlACFi ipiLT-ON. Hlstcr-In.-law of
E. . Kelly of tho firm of Rowe Kelly
rcccntl arrived from southern California
whore she has made her homo the past
year. She expects to visit in Salt Lake
for sonic time. Mrs. Dillon was formcr
y from Now York City, but says she
ikr-s the west so much that tho cast hus
lost Its charm for her.
IN FALU1! TREE
William Melntyro Is Knocked
From Ladder hy Impact of
While at work topping; trees at the
residence of Elin3 Smith. HO Seventh
South street. William Mclntyrc. G5 years
of age. fell lo the ground, striking with
such force that his neck was broken.
Death followed Immediately. Tho acci
dent occurred Wednesday morning ax ,1X
o'clock. The body was taken to tho
undertaking rooms of O'DonncII & Co.
Melnt.vre, who had been In Salt Lake
City manv years and who had been em
ployed as a gardener, began a Job of
topping the trccB In front, of the resi
dence of Mr. Smith Wednesday morn
ing. After sawing off a heavy limb
while standing on a twenty-fool ladder.
Melntyro attempted lo push the limb out
of his way, when It fell upon him aud
threw him lo tho ground. ,
The police department was notified at
once, but before tho arrival of the patrol
wagon Mclntyrc died. He Is survived
by two sons and a widow, who live at
lur; Fifth Kast street
The Sanders-Granger Floral Co.,
Now occupying temporary quartora
al. oS West Third South, will, until fur
Ihor notice, sell all varieties ot carna
tions a I 7"c a dozen.
THREE DENY CHARGES
BROUGHT AGAINST THEM
A plea of not guilty was, entered by
Bert Ranco in Judge Lewis's court Wed
nesday to Ihe charge of assault with a
deadly weapon. Ranco Is a bartender
and Is charged with assaulting his wire.
Anna Ranee, with a stove shaker on
Richard Head was also arraigned be
fore Judge Lewis upon the charge of at
tempting to aid L. L. Driskell to eseapo
from the county .la II on February 12
and pleaded not guilty. Driskell was
being held upon the charge of murdering
Special Orricer C C. Riley last fall,
and It is alleged that Head passed live
hack-saws lis lo him so that ho might
saw his way out.
Robert Glonson entered a plea of not
guilty to tho charge of burglary Iu the
third degree. He is charged with' rob
bing tho home of Grovcr Hanson at
Murray on January 2.
A private safe may bo rented in the
firo and burglar-proof vaults of tho
Salt Lake J'Jceuril.y and Trust Company,
o'2 Tip. Maiu street, $2.00 po.r year.
Tribuno-Rcportcr Printing Co.,
6G West 2nd South street. Phono 71S.
Dr. A. Scott Chapman, dentist, has
removed to rooms 134-5 Mercantile An
nex, over Walker's Store.
Dr. J. W. Gray,
Veterinary surgeon and dentist, moved
to L'.'IS South First West.' Both phones
TWO PEDESTRIANS ARE
VICTIMS OF BOBBERS
Highwaymen Hold Up and Rob
F. W. Minister and D. M.
Highwaymen held up and robbed F.
W. Minister and D. M. Curran, resid
ing at the Palmer hotel. Wednesday night
al 10:.10 o'clock at the corner of E street
and Sixth avenue and got away with $11
in cash and a gold watch. The high
waymen failed to seo a diamond ring
on the linger of Minister when he put
his hands up at their command. The
pollco were Immediately notified of the
robbery and furnished with 11 descrip
tion of the men. and a number of plain
clothes, men were detailed on the case.
Minister and curran were on their way
to visit a friend and us they neared the
corner or 13 street and Sixth avenue,
Curran asked Minister Tor a match. Mini
ster and Curran both saw tho two high
waymen standing near Ihe corner, and
when they were about, to pass tho taller
or the two strangers called to Curran.
Curran turned, thinking he was about
to get a match, when the man pointed
a gun al, his bead and told him lo throw
up his hands-. While the taller or the
two men held the gun his partner did the
A private safe may bo rentod iu the
firn and burglar-pniol" vaults of tho
Salt Lake Security and Trust. Company,
"2 Tjp. Main street, $2.00 per vonr.
FRANCIS LYMAN SUED
FOR VALUE OF DIVIDENDS
Alleging that Francis M". Lyman. ArP.
failed to deliver stock In tho Millard
Land aud Irrigation company which he
purchased and has retained tho slock
In his possession and collected nil of the
dividends upon it, Edward Krehbiel tiled
an action in the district court Wcdne
foa,1?,sl L-vma asking Judgment for
$-'02.s.i.9, the amount of dividends claimed
to have been collected. It Is alleged
that Lyman sold 10.0U0 shares of the
stock to Krehbiel on August ,TL loos'
and the latter gave his natc for J2."00,
which was also signed by Joseph Kim
ball, m payment for tho stock, but that
Lyman railed to deliver the stock to him
cU-');3 'cc'ved dividends amotuiting to
?202S.;. on tho stock.
It Is alleged that tho stock is now
worthless and Krehbiel wants judgment
for the amount of tho dividends.
BOY'S FOOT IS CRUSHED
BY WHEELS OF ENGINE
Holl Cooper, t; years of age, rcsldlng
at 01 West outli Temple street. whllS
F-V,1",-1111 -upber of playmates at
V.r.1 oat aiKl kecoi'd South streets
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, fell
from an Oregon Short Lino engine on
which he wus riding. Hi.s left foot was
run over and seriously crushed. He was
removed to the Groves L. D. S. hospital'
where he was said to be resting easy
Wednesday night. '
According to Cooper's playmates, tho
bpys dared him to Jump aboard the 011
R,,c.VTi'hl(:h,,1c luu I'finialncd on un
til the engine was .moving too rapidly
r. i "! ,10. J"P off. When he attempted
tp alight he missed his footing and fell,
the wheels passing over his lett root.
Information Is Defective
Tho case of the state .against Joseph
,.r ii ; ch!"cl with falling to sup
port his four minor children, was dis
missed In Judgo Lewis's court Wcdncs-
'EE bc?a"so a, vofoct 1110 informa
tion. A jury had been sworn to try tho
S..,an1, th0 .Joking or testimony had
begun when the attorney for Fowler
moved the dismissal of the case on the
ground stated. Tho motion was granted
and 1-owlcr was released.
Franchises Are Considered.
The county commissioners on Wednes
day Informully discussed tho applica
tions of the. Utah County Light and
Power company for nn electric light
franchise In tho county and of Lo
Orande Young for an Intcrurban fran
chise on Twenty-first Bust street la
Lig (.ottonwood. No definite action was
taken In either matter und both will
i again be considered.
Many Companies Attach pj
to Returns to Iuterjl
WILL JOIN IN APPEAbm
TO FEDERAL SUPREMeI
Believed Numerous Vm
tions Will Follow if iM
of Law Is Observed
The validity of the excise larfl
provides for a tax of'one per ceal
the net income abovo SoOOO'jJ
tions may bo tested in th? '3
court of the United States. -"3
Ifcporta from a majority o'ftfl
poratious in Utah, Idaho and'jl
havo been received 1)3 TJ IL'B
collector of internal rovcuuoB
district. Attached to iiiauy'rjH
ports arc protests, rt is
Iicvcd that, somo uorporatxoiH
without tho assistance of tlietH
potations involved, will carrji
(0 the supremo court aud scH
Tho district presided ovcrijM
Callistcr includes Utah, Jdabo!B
tana. Tho nioiiev does not La9
paid in before .Juno 1, but r'ofl
tho net proceeds of the diffefl
porations must be in the hau9
internal collector's ol'firc fH
.Marc 1 1 1.
Subject to Plues, xfl
The law provides that anjfl
quctits aro subject to a finciB
$100U to $10,000. There hns H
siderablo discussjon rcgardiw
right of the collector to maj9
the busiucss done by different
rations during thp year. Thnj
ing communication recn.ivciM
Washington by Air. CallistcrvS
Many communications hav M
ccived at this office making!
as to how the returns of corfl
Joint stock companies, assocIaH
Insurance companies, made qsh
under the provisions of tho ciH
tax law (section I.'S of the tarS
August 5. 1000). were lo bo hS
the office of the oonnnlssfoneH
tornal revenue, and whether OtjH
were to be open to general Insfl
Tho law. paragraph 1;. on tliH
is as follows: rfl
"i5. When the asfctsmont afl
made, as provided in this s&
returns, together with any ecl
thereof which may have heenfl
the commissioner, shall he tile
oflicc of the commissioner offil
revenue, and shall constitute pull
ords and be open to inspection wi
Request for InspcctlonTD
Congress: appropriated Sl00,00!frj
into effect the provisions ofjB
L'nder general utatutcs no portlofl
appropriation Is available for
District of Columbia. The rctfl
not bo open to geneial insne.ctl
District of Columbia wlthoutB
pcudliurc. of a substantia) KiimlH
If. therefore, .it was the IntetlH
grcss lo make these returnsH
general inspection, It will bo S
for It to appropriate a sum ,'m
to cover tho necessary expense
this is done this bureau rulerl
returny made under this law an
handled just as returns madi
other internal revenue statutes!
Any person, therefore, other tr
taxpayer making the return, or )
appointed agent or attorney, whod
to sec such return :ii.ill make'
application tu the secretary of th
ury, who in his discretion wj
a proper showing of catue, appro
request. A request thin approve!
then be presented to the comm
of Internal revenue, who v,i th
permit the return in question toil
by I he applicant, upon such c';
I as the secretary or the. treasu
have Imposed. -ROYAL
CHARLES D. NOR
Acting Secretary or the Tri
CITY TREASURER MAKE
REPORT FOR FEB!
According to the report of Citj
urer Gideon Snyder for the n
February there was a balance'!
lil.SO in the various general' 1
the city at the close of the moh
balance Is distributed among th
as follows: $
Contingent, 5IS7.5S5.0S: water
and irrigation. $2-t0'i.76. dollclt.'jji
works, $47S.rj.f..". dciielt: streets a
walks. S'J0.aut.ni;, deficit: poxse:
drains. $HS2; library, S12 P66-73: t
tcrest fund, 5(529.32; bond slnkin,
In the special funds were bi
amounting to $4S0,7N.fil. Jn the
Includod $272,705.27. still loft in the
bond Issue and S40.7S0.23 rcraaJntn;
tho sower bond Issue.
SNEAK-THIEVES OBTAIN J
MANY SUITS OF CM
A. F. l.aComp and G. G.
ported lo the police Wednesday
their rooms at tho Touralnp ndm
been entered by sneak thlcvoesj
time Tuesday evening and that ,m
valued at S1G0 had been stolen
clothing consisted of one blue
brown suit, one light summer
black eravenette overcoat, onom
cravonctlc overcoat and a few wk
The thieves also stole one OR
suit case, containing other arJJJ
wearing apparel and deeda to VWm
A private safe mav be renUS
fire and burglar-proof vaitlUW
Salt Lake Security and Trust (0
32 Up. arum street, $2.00 per
AGENTS MAY CONTINlW
TO WRITE INSW
For tho Information of insuNK
panics and their agents, the stW"
ance department announces (j
agents whose names have beca.j
regularly by the companies fflBtt
surance year beginning 'arc"iBthi
allowed to continue writlnfgl
ponding the preparation and ;
tho new licenses. Jb?'!
The work of preparing theMWjfl
will require some time, ondMjj
necessary for the agents or tnjMti(
to await this action. jMV
Boy Falls Under WaS!
George Boucher, 6 years of
ing at -IS West Third Souij2.'
under the rear wheels of a V. gBffA
turc van Wednesday night. 1JVT
2:10 West Second South streetpy
seriously Injured. The lad 'W0
to the oflico of Dr. W. F
Ids injuries wero attended,
he was taken to his homcA-
was attempting to climb ntflM ,
end of tho van when ho feu- ,KS'
GiVe Drill and DaiyJL1
The Royal Highlanders and tH
of the Maccabees gave an-MgJH
drill in their lodge room In
F. hall Wednesday evening njftMt '
ence of more than 300 P,wn'MN
Ing tho evolution':, a muslrali;
was rendered, and later the fMPfjL
journed to the lower lloor. j'lSMM!
was continued until 12 0 c,oClJ.i