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p- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 13, 1910. 13
News of the Intermountain Region
K Weber County Beef growers Ob
R jeet to Unfair Treatment by
K ' Sugar Company.
If declare ABUSES HAVE
H BEEN LONG CONTINUED
BSee Wherein Proposed Sliding
It; Scale Will Operate Only
; for Factory.
fSpccial to The Tribune.
3 OGDEN. Dec. 12. That the boct
Blgrotveri; of Weber county are In the .JlghL
Rf'agalnst the Amalgamated Sugar company
Kiln dead earnest this year, and that there
Wgls going to be no backsliding or attacks
wof "cold feet" among the members of the
Hsbeetgrowers' organization, is apparent
B2fro!ii the tone of a statement Issued lo
dHv bv J. h. Robson. a prominent bcet
ggrower of the county. Mr. Robson says
H&that tI,? beet raisers have for a long
KEtlmc been unfairly dealt with by David
JiEccles and the Amalgamated Sugar coni
Uapany. and the organization of tho farm
Bsers all over the country is for the solo
Wfrpurposc of self-protection.
9& Denies Eccles Statement.
The statement of David Eecles. presl
frdent of the sugar company, several days
tago, to the effect that an agreement was
preached with tho farmers last March as
Ki-to the price to bo paid for beets in 1911,
9 Is denied by Mr. Robson. He cites the
B&ininute of the meetlnp held in the county
H,t building" to subslantiatc his statement
thal no agreement was made by the
H beetgrowers to sell their crop for 1911 at
&S4i75a ton, although that offer was rend
Bbby J8iiies Wothcrspoon for the sugar
B&Tompany at the meeting.
H- "If Mr. Eccles thought that s. solemn
Wfeagrpcment entered into by no one but
tf himself was so binding on the farmer.'-.
Hyffhy is he In a hurry to got them to sign I
K&up for 1911" pertinently Inquires Mr.
Bltobson. who says that acents of the
Bl8U8ar company have been out for more
Kfthnn a month trying to get contracts.
m Is Ono-Sided Affair,
ji Speaking for himself and other beel-Bfe-CTw'ers'
Robson says that the
threatened sliding scale to be paid by ill.
fr'conipanv for the 1912 beet crop will not
Bbft accepted, mainly because the com
HSpany will have the say as to the per
mff centage of susar found In each chemical
ftest and the farmers will have to accept
whatever. "lct the chemist's report, Is
rmanded them under the sliding scale con-
wM This sliding scale would not be so ob
.afjcctlonable. says Mr. Robson, If contracts
jswould he prepared which would bind thi
Kfsugar company as well as the bectgrower.
jK'But, Mr. Robson iisscrts, the terms of
Htitho contracts which the bcetgrowcrs arc
Kjftrequlrcd to sisn arc too one-Hided, and
fcjfavo the producer with very little to
fltf'do except gather his beets when told,
wdurrip them, when told, at the loading
Mplacps. and accopl wliatevcr the sugar
Scompany'H chemist may report regarding
Ktjie saccharine qualities of his beets.
SIWORK IS RESUMED ON
WATER MAIN EXTENSIONS
cGpecial to The Tribune.
X? OGDEN, Dec. 12. Some delay in the
K'ork of temporarily diverting the. enr
Krent of the- Weber river so that th'j
trenches for the wator main extension
Kroay be dug under the bd of the stream
KrWfis caused by the. rainstorms of the
Bila&t few days. Manager O. II. Klrcher
mcj the city waterworkK department to
Ktlay resumed the work with twenty-live
K! Tlial. portion of the pine line which will
MlC laid under the bed of the stream will
Kbe completed within the next week. Then
Kaho work of connecting with the city main
K&t Twenty-fourth strc"el and Wall avenue
Bwlll he undertalcfii. The refusal of I he
KHarrimnn lines to allow the pipe to be
Kl&ld on railroad property will necossi
Ktale a tunnel being run beneath tho new
frtlght depot for the pipe line, unless
ftonu; other agreement is reached In the
' About fiOOO feel of Hcnl -inch mains
havp boon pun-hated for the extension
KWiIch will be bum to West Ogden. where
Unere- arc now more than 100 houses mi
Ssuppliod wliii water und totally lacking
M" Are protection.
I (Do Lameter Must Pay.
ipial io The Tribune.
OGDEN'. Dec. 12 By a decision being
jrepared for the records. District Judge
(towiill has decided that Edward 11. De
iftiuietcr must pay to the Bankers' Re
rve .(c company , three promissory
Lotcf' wk he gave to secure the pay
lent of an nunual premium on an In-.
SUravcft policy. p Lamotor set up the
wca tJiut he was under ago" at. the time
lli'MiMes wc-ic signed and for that roii
eotHip rould not he" held responsible. The
court holds that us Dc Lamalcr held the
Poilrlrs issued to him until recently,
jvneh they were lost by his attorney, he
waived his release from the contract, on
c pIpji of being a minor when they
i Browning Gets Patent.
'Peciai to The Tribune.
OfiDEN' Dec. 12. J. A. Browning, of
ii Jefferson avouue. a nenhow of John
'rownliip. the Inventor of Browning au
omtttic firearms, has received loll err,
Hi i " L '-omblnatlon pocket tool,
fnicli can be carried In the vest pocket.
le instrument can be used as a cork
crew, can opener, seretv driver, finger
'ail cutter, and in a number of other use
ui ways, according to the patentee, Mr.
gowning sayH he expects to placo the
nventlon on the market in a short lime.
ie also has several other Inventions upon
"nlch he Is working.
I Irrigation Officers
cclal to The Tribune.
?GDEN. Dec. 12. Countv Clerk Samuel
was notified this afternoon of tho
ntlon of officers for the I luutsvllle Ir
latlon asHoclatlon for the next year,
ie officers elected at a, recent meeting
the : stockholders held-at lluulsvllle.
Albert H. Garner, president: John
Slorcton. vice president; C. C. Wangs
f.r1 treasurer; A. P. Ronstrom. secre-rJ-
These, with Krances Bincham and
t(ir Johanscn. compose the directorate.
People of open mind having
.1M3rtKht'7 Disease o: having friends
iBho have, can hear of something
9H? J-"eir advantage if they will
'.?mpy St . San Fran-'. sco. Cal, Help.
d5et lisl nrniierl free.
1 ' 'i i
Permanent Office, 364 24th Street. Both Phonos 664. Office HourB 8 a. m.
to 10:30 a.m.; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
MAYOR HIS BETTER
Declares Company Is Rendering
Poor Service, Indeed, and
Vetoes Its Claim.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. I'J. Scoring the lighting
service furnished Ogden city by the Utah,
Light &. Railway company,' Mayor Glass
man tonight returned a -bill. for $1000. Is
in favor of the company with his veto
and with tho recommendation that tho
city advertise for bids at once for an
adequate lighting aervicc for the city.
The mayor says that Ogden city has
been paying for a 1200 candle power arc
light, when, as a matter of fact, only
100 candle power "Ilckcrs" have been
furnished by the company. Tho electric
current used by Salt Lake City Is trans
mitted through Ogden, and the .mayor
says there Is no reason why the city
should not bo given much better service.
Ho declarod that Ogden Is more poorly
lighted than any city In the west of Its
Tho communication was referred to tho
light committee and the city attorney,
which will hold a special meeting Wed
nesday evening for a discussion of the
An agreement with the Ogden Union
Depot & Railway company with refer
ence to the respective rights of the com
pany and Ogden city lo Twenty-fourth
street was submitted by tho city attor
ney. Among other things the agreement
sets forth that neither party waives any
of Its rights to the use of the street as
provided for under a franchiso allowed
the Harrlman Interests for the erection
of the Twenty-fourth street viaduct a
year ago- City Attorney De Vine declared
that In his opinion the council has no
power to deed away its rights to any
public thoroughfare. The proposed agree
ment was referred to tho city attorney
and the mayor for execution.
To escape the necessity of tunneling
under tho new freight depot for the
waterworks extension to west Ogden it
is probable that the pipe lino will be
laid on the south side of the depot with
out objection from the railroad com
pany. Mayor Classman submitted a recom
mendation for the appointment of an as
sistant deputy sanitary inspector, whose
duties .shall be lo inspect tho milk sup
ply of Ogden city. He declared that the
records show that four cases of con
tagious diseases resulted from impure
milk sold In Ogden city. The recommen
dation was adopted and tho employment
of a deputy was authorized at a salary
of not more than $3 day.
HUXTSVILLE TO REMAIN
IN PROHIBITION COLUMN
Special (o The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec. VS. Huntsvillo Is to re
main dry. At least the little disincorpor
ated city will harbor no open saloon
within Jts former corporate limits. The
Weber county commissioners at the reg
ular meeting this morning unanimously
denied tho petition of Mokcn Olsen for
a licenfc to run a saloon. Olsen pre
sented a petition for the license several
weeks ago. The petition was signed by
a number of Huntsvillo residents, bul.
no action was taken by the county board
until a contrary petition signed by Bishop
.lohn Halls and a number of other tax
payers was prepared. This petition was
presented to the commissioners this
It appearing lo the board dial the
majority of tho taxpayers of that sec
tion arc opposed to the sale of liquor,
Olsen's request for a license was re
fused. Accompanying the petition presented
by Bishop Halls and others was a rec
ommendation that the county employ a
special deputy sheriff whose duly It shall
he to prevent acts of hoodlumlsm and
rowdyism which frequently occur at
Huntsvlllc. This was laid over for one
An opinion from County Attorney Jon
son regarding a claim from W. G. Wil
son for 5U0 .said lo be due for water
used by the county in Ogden canyon
was so vague and indefinite that the
commissioners refused to tako any a--lion
on the claim until a, supplemental
opinion Is received from the attorney, to
whom the matter was again referred.
PerBonal Injury Suit On,
Special to The Tribune.
OGD1SN. Dee. 1. Injuries received by
a falling boulder In the mine of the Dia
mond Coal & Coke company of Evanston.
Wyo.. form the basis of a damage suit
for ?5000 being heard before .Judge Howell
and a Jury in the district court.
While Lindslrom was working in the
company's mine nt Oakley his legs and
feet were badly crushed by heavy falling
rock, according lo his statements on the
witness stand .this afternoon. The coal
company is charged wllh negligence In
not properly limbering the placo where
the miners were at work. Conlrlbutory
negligence Is the plea of the cowl coni
pnnv. The case was not completed this
afternoon at the hour of adjournment.
Steal Baby's Bank.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN. Dee. 1-'. During the absence
of tho family burglars entered tho resi
dence of J. A. Rollo. 'J237 Adams avenue,
and after ransacking the house got away
with two watches, a child's savings hank
nnd other articles valued at ?S0. When
members of the family returned about S
o'clock the burglars were still In the
house; They made their escape by
breaking through a window. Two wood
chisels, which they had used In forcing
an entrance to the house, and a revolver
were dropped whon the burglars mado
their hasty escape.
Motion t0 Strike Out.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Dee. I'J, Mrs. Mary Baxter
has filed a motion to strike out portions
of the answer and cross-eomplulnl of
Wllllnm A. Baxter, whom she is suing
for divorce. Mrs. Baxter charged her
husband with cruelty and unfaithfulness,
naming Susanna Duffln as a co-respondent.
Tho motion llled today t-ays that
Baxter's answer and crops-eoniplamt
contain matters over which the district
court has no Jurisdiction and should not
be allowed to remain In the pleadings.
Johnson Homo Entorcd.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 12. By means of a skele
ton key burglars entered (he home of
W, JI. Johnson, H7r Twonty-llrsl street,
last night and got away with a gold
watch, gold locket, a pair of opera
glasses -and other articles valued at $150.
The Johnson family was at church when
the robbery occurred. The disordered ap
pearance of the rooms Indicated Uiut the
burglars had gone about their work In
a systematic manner.
Licenao to Wed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dee, I'J. A license to marr.v
was Issued by the countv clerk l hit; af
ternoon to Alexandef J. Hull of Indian
apolis, Ind,. and May E. Carter of,
Kansas City. Mo.
SUBMIT REPORTS ON
Officials of Industrial and Deaf
and Blind Schools Re
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 12. Biennial reports
from the secretary and superintendent of
the State Industrial school were sub
mitted to the board of trustees at a meet
ing this afternoon, 'ho reports show
that the Institution under the manage
ment of Superintendent. E. G. Gowans has
made much improvement over that of
former years, both In the financial man
agement and the methods used In the
handling of delinquent boys and girls
sent to the Institution.
The appropriation for the Industrial
school two years ago was $100,000 and
the cost of maintaining the Institution
has been kept well within the appropria
tion, something like 510.000 less having
been expended for the feforma.tory during
the parft two years than for any similar
lime within Us existence.
At the stale school for the deaf and
blind a meeting of the trustees war. also
held today, when similar reports from
the officials- were submitted. The ap
propriation of $70,000 made by the state
legislature for this school two years ago,
lias met the demands at tho institution,
but Superintendent F. M. Driggs thinks
that a larger appropriation should he
made by the legislature at Its next ses
sion. Botli reports will be embodied In recom
mendations from the trustee hoards and
submitted to Governor Spry by Decem
ber 15. for whatever action or recommen
dation he may deem proper In addressing
his message to the state legislature.
Police Find Evidence,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Dec. 12. What tho officers he
.Heve to be positive evidence against
Christ Wagner and Harvey Martin, who
are charged with the theft of two grips
belonging to C. E. LInd of Bellingham,
Wash., was obtained by tlie police today
when a part of the stolen property was
found In their room at a local lodging
house. A number of bogus checks were
als-o found among the personal property
of the two men. Wagner was convicted
of potty larceny and sentenced to six
months in the city Jail. His partner Is
being held on a charge of carrying con
ALLEGED HORSE THIEF
ARRESTED AT MOAB
Special to The Tribune.
MOAB. Dee. 12. J. V. Coy", alias Joe
Lewis, was arrested here yesterday by
Sheriff W. J. Bliss on a charge of hav
ing stolen a team and wagon at Mlners
vllle, Beaver county, from Ernest Rob
ber of that place. Coyle was on his
way to tho Bluff oil fields and whon ar
rested was camped, together with two
other men. about two miles from Moab.
Coyle had aroused suspicion at Green
River, and when It was learned there
that he had stolen the team and wagon
and was passing through this section.
Cook immediately wired to the sheriff
here to hold him Deputy Sheriff Cox of
Beaver county came In Thursday, to
gether with Ernest Rebber, who owns
the stolen property, and Coyle was taken
back to Beaver county, where he will
a wall trial for the offense.
According to Rebber's story, it de
veloped that himself. Coyle and several
other men wero working at a mine In
the neighborhood of Mineravllle and that
they had sent Coyle to the town for a
load of supplies. Coyle failed lo return,
and after waiting a week they set out
to hunt for him, finally locating him
SALT LAKE ARTISAN
WOUNDED AT BOISE
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE. Ida.. Dec. 12. Edward Smith, a
Salt Lake stonecutter, was shot cariy
Sunday morning. In front of the Owyhco
hotel. lie says ho was under the influ
ence of liquor at tho lime ho was shot
and does not know the circumstances, but
he believes that he was held up. The
report of the revolver was heard by tho
people In the neighborhood of the hotel
and In the house next door where Smith
was rooming. They ran out and carried
the wounded man Into the hotel, where
his wounds were cared for. He Is now In
St. Luke's hospital. The bullot entered
tho leg, and while the wound Is painful, It
Is not regarded as dangerous.
Fruit-Growing at Wcstwator.
Special to The Tribune.
MOAB, Dee. 12, The petition of T. C.
and George S. Henry of Westwater. ask
ing for the granting of an irrigation dis
trict at Wnstwaicr, was granted by tho
board of county commissioners in session
here today. The Henrys represent tho
Henrylyn Orchards company of West
waler, which has several thousand acres
In fruit trees there. Their land Is sltu
ladc on the banks of the Grand rlvor,
and the company is at present construct
ing an eight-mile gravity ditch whlyh
will take water from the Grand to irri
gate the tract. This land Is widely
known for Its richness and several large
companies have operated it in the past
four years. About 5200.000 has already
been expended In Improvements.
Ladies' Bazar at Euroka.
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, Dee. 12. The Ladles of tho
Altar society of St. Patrick's Catholic
church will open a bazar tomorrow morn-
Ing which will Inst unlit lrrlday evening.
Elaborate preparations are being made
and it Is expected that the bazar will be
a great success. In addition to the
usual booths which go with an affair
of this kind there will he an entortaln
ment each evening, which will be fol
lowed by an oyster supper. Many visi
tors are expected from Salt Lake City
and neighboring towns.
Boy Fractures His Skull.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Dec. 12. Frank Thomas, the
12-year-old son of Mrs. Tcnule. Thomas,
while out In (he mountains after Christ
mas trees Saturday, fell Off from a cliff,
fracturing his skull In two places. Tho
boy was brought to town by his com
panions and taken to the Provo general
hospital,, whero an operation was per
formed and the fracture, reduced. Today
he Is resting fairly well and the attend
ing physician statca that he. will prob
Want a Molasses Mill.
Special to The Tribune,
ORANGEVILLE. Dec. 12 The people
of Castledalc and Huntington are talking
over the proposition of Installing a mo
lasses mill the coming season, lo bo cen
trally located between Iho two towns.
Several citizens have been tulked to re
garding the matter and have promised to
plant tin acre apiece In order to promote
the Industry It ban been fully demon
strated that the cane can be raised hero
IN VEHICLE OASES
Council Can't Give Police Chief
Power to Let Taxicabs Stand
The belief 1c expressed that Assistant
City Attorney P. J. Daly lc trying to
jolly somebody. Recently thero appeared
at the office, of the city attorney a com
munication from Ben S. Rives, city re
corder. The communication went on to
say that the committee on municipal
laws. In a report to the council, has
recommended as follows:
"In the matter of report No. 63 from
the chief of police, asking the council
to correct section 17, bill 103, passed July
26, 1910, by crossing out and correcting
samo to read as follows:
" 'It shall be unlawful for any driver
of any vehlclo which is for hire, to per
mit such vehicle to stand upon tho streeta
of Salt Lake City within the 'restricted
district, without llrst obtaining tho per
mission of the chief of police;' and stat
ing that a recent decision of the city
court makes this section null and void.
We recommend that the city attorney
draft amendments accordingly, with pro
vision that In no case shall hucIi vehicles
be permitted to stand closer together than
Assistant. City Attorney Daly makes
the following observations:
"Section 47 of the ordinance as origi
nally drawn In this office did not provide
'obtaining the consent of tho chief of
police;' that provision was added and Is
objectionable In both the original and tho
proposed amendment, as neither tho chief
of police, city council, nor state legis
lature has power to authorize the use of
a public street, nor grant any rlghl
which will materially Interfere with or
impair the rights of the public.
"The original ordinance as drawn in
this office simply provided that, a licensed
vehicle may not remain in front of any
place of business without the consent of
the tenant of such place. Is it not rea
sonable to assume that tho occupant of
a place of business would suffor greater
Injury than tho public, should the chief
of police permit a licensed vehicle to re
main In front of a place of business
against tho will and without tho consent
of the occupant?
"The proposed change Is further ob
jectionable In this: There Is no restricted
district provided In the ordinance
"Tho city council cannot glvo the chief
of pollco authority to do that which
neither the legislature nor the council has
tho right to do.
"It Is the first time in the history of
Anglo-Saxon Jurisprudence that a ruling
of a police court has been taken as de
cision of the la.w In any given case.
"For the reasons given we submit that
that part of the section as to permis
sion emanating from the chief of pollco
should be repealed, or the whole left as
It Is until such time as a court of su
perior jurisdiction shall dcclaro the law
on the subject." j
The communication was referred to tho
municipal laws committee.
EPHRAIM PIONEER DEAD;
JENS P. ANDERSON, AGED 86
Special to The Tribune.
EPHRAIM. Dec. 12. Yesterday Jens P.
Anderson, another of the pioneers of this
city, was called to the great beyond after
an Illness of only three weeks, at the
ripe old age of S(.
Mr. Anderson was born in Denmark,
He became a miller, then was In the
army. He Joined the Mormon church In
1852 and came to Utah a few months
later, crossing the plains In an ox train
under Captain Olsen, arriving In Sail
Lake City In tho year ISol. He came
early to Ibis city and assisted in the
building of tho fort, and later took an
active part In the Black Hawk war. In
1SR2 he removed to Glenwood and was
among the llrst settlers. He built a home
there, but was later driven out by tho
Indians, losing everything. He returned
lo Ephralm In lSGB nnd engaged In farm
ing, which he continued until his death.
Survey for Bridge at Moab".
Special lo Tho Tribune.
MOAB. Dec. 11. At a meeting or the
Moab Commercial club held here last
night a new directorate for the ensuing
year was elected. Alnong other Import
ant, matters transacted at tho meeting
was the appointment of a committee to
arrange for a survey of the several pro
posed points for the bridge which Is con
templated will be put across Grand river
here and to make soundings of the depth
of the stream In these places prior to
asking the state legislature this winter
for an appropriation for tho bridge. The
survey will be started at once. Robert
Woodruff " of Green River, who made the
survey of the Green River bridge which
was recently, dedicated at Green River,
will probably have charge of the work.
A "Blind Pig" Drunk.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Dec. 12. A stranger giving
his name as Jack Lister was arrested nnd
taken to the city jail Saturday night on
a charge of Intoxication. When asked
where he got his whisky Lister said a
man gave it to him at the depot, but It
was evident from his talk that ho had
visited 'blind pigs." Tho man was taken
before Judge Noon in police court this
morning and was sentenced to serve fif
teen days In the city Jail, in view of tho
fact that there are so many of this class
of cases coming bef6rc the court Judge
aN'ooh look occasion to instruct the city
marshal, who is ex-offlclo bailee of the
police court, to not accept less than $1."
as ball for drunks hereafter.
Vincent Agreos to Quit.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Dec. 12. In addition to the
5100 paid by Henry Vincent on four
couuts of Illegal liquor soiling, which has
been compromised on the basis of S100
In each case, Vincent has agreed to milt
the business and put up a bond in the
sum of $3 000 not to be caught any more.
When the cases were called this morn
ing Vincent had but one bondsman, and
the prosecution Insisting on two, the
greater part of the day was taken 14) In
the search for another bondsman. The
matter was finally settled, however, when
Thomas Vincent, father of the defend
ant, and John Bestolmeycr qualified as
sureties, the $100 was paid and the "blind
pig" litigation closed as far as Vincent
Beat Sugar Crop Was Good.
Special to The Tribune.
CEN'TERFIELD. Dec. 12. The farmers
In thin vicinity ate rejoicing over the line
rain storm which has been visiting them
during the past few days, and they are
also rejoicing over the season's crop. The
sugar beet crop has turned out better
than was anticipated, nearly for.ty cars
having been shipped to tho Lohl factory
from the new switch.
To Open the Postal Barik.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Dec. 12. Postmaster James
Clove will leave here Tuesday for Wash
ington. D. C. to confer with tho postal
department officials and receive instruc
tions in relation lo tho. United Stales
postal savings bank to be established In
connection with the Provo poslofflce Jan
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C'hiveland, O. SCIIIRAMM. JOHNSON,
DRUGS, FIVE STORES.
Sea and Land to
Become a Bride
True to her pledge made two years ago
In far-off England that sho would marry
her sweetheart before Christmas day of
1010. Miss Ruth Anderson, Monday, be
came the bride of Joseph Johnson. The
wedding ceremony wa.s performed by the
Rev. P. A. Slmpkln. pator of Phillips's
Congregational church, at 12:30 o'clock.
The bride lb a boautiful, fair-haired
lassie, und In the days of their childhood
Mr. Johnson and the Utile lady becamo
sweethearts In their home town of MllN
thorpc, Westmoreland. When they grew
older their love strengthened apace, and
then they plighted their troth.
Two years ago Mr. Johnson, who was
then at Mlllthorpe. obtained from his
sweetheart a promise that sho would
como to America, and become his wife
before tho day of the Nativity should
como In 11)10. In accordance with that
promise Miss Anderson set sail from tho
old country on a great steamship and
she arrived In Salt Lake Saturday. The
J Journey by sea and land was long and
tedious, because the fair traveler was
Impatient for the hour when she should
meet her lover. The happiness of the
reunion may bo more easily Imagined,
than described. '
Mr. and Mr3, Johnson. will remain In
Salt Lake a few days,- then they will go
to' Bingham, where they will make their
home. Mr. Johnson Is a valued omployo
of the Utah Copper company at Bingham.
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Co.. Des Moines. Ia with your name
and address plainly on the back, and
they will forward you a free sample
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Sold by all dealers.
Electric Shock Fatal.
STOCKTON. Cal., Dec. 12. Eckley
Hall, a contractor, was electrocuted In
his home laxt night while endeavoring to
turn on an electric light. Ho had
started to shavo and had taken hold of
a water faucet before he reached the
switch on the electric light. As he
touched the switch a circuit was formed
and the resultant shock caused almost
iGAfcDNEF DAIL.V -STOKE NjEWj t
Weather Forecast for Today: Fair. S
A Mans Christmas
I- HRISTMAS time fiiids us all united with one purpose
in view to make another happy. To please the re-
cipient should be our desire, though personally we ,might
I prefer something different. Men appreciate useful gifts.
S (The Gardner Store has a magnificent assortment of Christ- I
mas merchandise, designed especially for Men and Boys. J
i J COMBINATION SETS. f
Hi mm H Jhr ffi 7B Combination sets consisting 4
J EHSIsH 8 Jy 3g5JF fancy suspenders, arm bands J
W Tu" and garters, in neat carton,. 50c, j
7 Linen handkerchiefs iu plain
iV Wool niufflers, 50c to $1.50. Silk
f mO SbaWl mufflcrs' $3 t0 $T c
I nPMik'' w8sMl EATH EOBES- I
f li!B n ea' earment for gift pur- $
I T0?eE" ur assorincri s large.
Ij jP Something everj- man would
l BIS ffi jH ' 1 appreciate. Nothing .better for $
1 mv& m wwFWi h tnoso "svll wlsb t0 c'lv0 sorac"
m P p H tf'Jjj t'DC excGPonaHy Prices.
, ki . 0 literal Essasflnsma,
filing mm fctf Muss Mm svOTiise
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Twelve more days
before THE DAY j
. i or you might
i make it a r
Universal . )) '
Mukea tea making easy. '"'--- ' '-:nkinc health". Von ft
plncc tho tea leaves in tho ton ball, which is then drawn up into I
Iho cover and hold thero bv jl lack. Fill tho "Ot with frc.ihly it
boiled water, lower tho lea 'ball inlo it, and after threo or-four !
minttlca raLe and secure it into the cover a rain. Tho result is
norfoct tea. w-tli evervthine good left in and everything harm- fj(
ful left out. .
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OTHER .UGGESTIONS. ill
I SALT LAKE HARDWARE COMPANY 42 SECOND ToUTH. j
. loSie Seowcroff & Sons Co.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
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HATS, CAP3, SHOES and RUBBER GOODS
We carry by far the largest exclusive wholesale stock ol
the above lines between Omaha and San Francisco. If you
want prompt shipments, send us your mail order.
FECK At 85S South Twelfth Wost ll
Htroct, December 11, 1910, of pnoumonlu. IH
bvelfnc Lr.. dHURhtcr of John H. and IH
Nellie Ferry Peck, aged 11 months and flll
14 days. Funeral Hcrvlccu tndav (Tnea-. H
day) at 1 p. m. at the Poplar Grovo fll
ward meeting' house; Friends aro in- flH
vlted to attend. Interment In City ccmo- IH
CRANE At Bingham Canyon. Utah. De- BH
comber 10, 1910, L. E. Crane, aged 60 BH
yearn: Remains will be shipped from BHJ
O'Donnoll & Co.'s parlors today (Tucs- fliH
day) to Sit. Loula, Mo., for tlnal inter- IHYftl
ment. St' IiuIk papCrn please copy. flBI
FITZGERALD Funeral scrvicca over BlHH
the remains of William E. Fitzgerald,
who died in this city. December 3, 1910, uBVaVi
will be held from O'Donnoll & Co.'s QBYftYi
chapel Wednesday,' December 14, at 2 S
p. m. Interment In Mount Calvary ccme- H
M'CON'NELTL Tho funeral of Myron SIIbbI
Ralph MrConnell, aou of Mr. and Mrs. QBbBh
Ralph S. McConnell. will be held at the flflBBBl
residence. 34ti West Fifth North street, ftfaYflB
Wedneudny, Doc-ember li, at 10 a, m.
Interment. Mt. Olivet. slBVfl
EBSR W. HALT,. UNDERTAKER AND HftYfl
embalmer, 164 S. West Temple. Pnm RBaflal
THE QUALTROUGH-AIiLCOTT CO., IbVAV
offorlnET a modem residence for funeral iBHHl
purposes. Phones 3358. 544 Main st. r2053 IbI
M. E. COLEMAN. EMBALMER AND flKYfl
undertaker. 838 East 2nd South. Ben BRVH
phono SS66. Tnd. 1933. r633 IH
MONUMENTS. TOMBSTONES '
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R. Hil
McKenzle. Display yards 422 So. State. IIH
BRiAL VAULTS H
ROYAL CEMENT BUR1AX VAULTS
?ut in on four hours' notice; coat from 89HHl
, . to $50. Ind. 32S7. Bell 525. hgS38 jfji
214 E. 2d So. Both phones 37. b297 ilH
HUDDART FLORAL CO,. OPPOSITE 111
Grand theater. Phones 106, Cut flow- IlHvl
ero and funeral designs. nl623 SBI
HOBDAY & WRAY. FLORISTS. 247 SO. 111
State. Both phones 3472. t!23 H
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SUITE 204 McINTYRE BLDG..
68 MAIN ST. m
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THfcJ ffl
United States for the district of Utah. wIH
In the matter or Charles M Lumm, lllfl
bankrupt. In bankruptcy. No. 1429.
Petition for discharge. (H
To the Honorable John A- Marshall. llBa
judge of the district court of the rflBfl
United States for the district of Utah:
Churls M. Lumm. of Salt Lake City.' In JIH
the county of Salt Lake and state of Utah,
In said district, respectfully represents C
that on the 18th day of July, last ii'lH
past, he wns duly adjudged bankrupt uu- ftpll
dcr the acts of congress relating to bank- kSHb
ruptcy. that he has duly surrendered Till v4iHa
I1I3 property and rights of property, and 91Bb
has fully complied with All. the require- imIBj
ments of said nets and of the orders of eMsBa
the court touching his bankruptcy. SiSH
Wherefore he prays that he may be i&tffl
docreed by the court to have a full dls- cViH
charge from all debts provable against l&f&Hl
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex- iPcH
cept such debts as are excepted by law Ml it Hi
from, such discharge. H1H
Dated this 29th day of September. A. D. BgjlH
CHARLES M. LUMM. Bankrupt fill
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON. 22
District of Utah. ffi
On this 12th day of December. A. D. ffi '
1910. on reading the forcgolng'petltlon. it SI
Is ordered by the court that a hearing- be &
had upon the same on the 31st day of m
December. A; D. 1910. before said court fSj
at Salt Lake City, In said district, at l
10. o'clock In Hie forenoon; and that w
notice thereof bo published In The Salt iE(
Lake Tribune, a newspaper printed in 3J) I
said district, and that all known credl- Slf ;
toi-3 and other persons in Interest may ml
uppcar at the said time and place and Ma
snow cause, if any they have, why tho Sill
prayer of the said iietltloncr should not
oe granted. QBl
And It is further ordered by tho court W?M
that the clerk shall send by mail to all (J
Known creditors copies of said petition Bill
and this order, addressed to them at their j2li
places of residence as stated. S)w
Witness the Honorable John A. Mar- tR
linll, judge of the said district court, and mm
the ecal thereof, at Salt Lake City. In mm
said district on Iho 12th day of Deem- ma
bcr, A. D. 1910. B$I
Attest: JEItROLD R. LETCHER. Ml
(Seal or court) Clerk. fljIJ
By Margaret B. Conncll. Deputy Clerk. jSJfJ
Denver & Rio GrandeTimeTabJe J
Depart Dally. (In effect June 19. 1910.) Sjjl
Provo. Mantl and Marysvale.. 7:50 ? ax. 11
Bingham and MIdvala S-.00 a. m. WV
Denver. Chicago and cast.... 8;10 a. m. RjS
Park City 8:20 a. m. WjS
Ogden and Intermediate points. 10:25 a. m. mm
Ogden and San Francisco.... 1:45 r- m. fflB
Ogden, San Francisco and Port- (AE
land 2:25 p m. Hjl
Mldvnle and Bingham 2:50 p. m. Wm
Denver. Chicago and cast 4:05 p. m. ffl I
Provo. Tlntlc and inter, points 5:05 p. m. Wi I
Ogden and Intermediate points 6:10 p. m. m
Denver. Chicago and east,... 7:10 p. m. 11!
Grand June, and Inter points. 7:20 p. m. m
Ogden. San Francisco and Port- Mj
land 11:30 p. m. m
Arriv: Dally. m!
Ogden. San Francisco and Port- 'Jgj
land S:00 a. rru LJ
Ogden and Intermediate points. 10:00 a, m. k$
Provo. Tlntlc and inter, points. 10:20 a. m. Krl
Bingham and Midvale 10:50 a. m. m
Denver, Chicago and cast.... 1:30 p. m. Nm
Ogden and Intermediate points 1:45 p, m. MM
Denver, Chicago a-nd east...... 2:15 p. m. 1 if
Grand June, nnd Inter, points.- 2:30 p. m.
Ogden and San Francisco.... 3:55 p. m. Bwjj
Park City 5:t'0 p. m. HPS
Bingham and Midvale 5:45 p. 111. 6 ja
Provo. Mantl, Marysvale. He- l m
bcr 0:05 p. ti. jj, 1(1
Ogden. San Francisco and Port- mm
land 7:0n ... rn. mm
Denver, Chicago and east 11:15 p. m. MW,
Ogden. San Francisco and Port- jgH
land 7:10 o. m. gf
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