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. U TEE fcSA.LT LAKE TEL-BUNE, IKIOAY MORjS-INCt, FEBRUARY 16, jjXlg: .... M
MRS. ALTHEA WALKER
IS SUED FOR W
Action Is Brought at Seattle
by O. C. Nelson, Salt
Hj Lake Attorney.
ECHO OR FAMOUS CASE
Services Rendered Said to Be
Worth 550,000; Only
- S-100 Paid. -
' O. C. Nelson of Salt Lake, attorney
for Mrs. Atthca Walker in Iter defense
f the action brought to break the v.'ill
of her husband. YK R Walker, ycstcida.
hrouR'nl'.sult. .tsaint Mm Walker for
The action n'as filed In tlie Hoat
lie. Wash., court. In hi? complaint. Nel
.von .sets ui that he was successful 'n
winning Mr?. Walker's case for her. pro
curlnc for her $.'00,000. and' that he so?nt
ten months- of his lime on the case. He
fays ho. was paid only S400 for his scv -H
Ires and now want? the balance of SS0,-
noo. which ho says hi? efforts were
In .November. I? 10. .Mr?, Harsh Tanl
and ot.iirr daughters and sons of Y). F.
Walker by hi? first wife becran. an ni -tion
in the' district court of Slt l.a'.o
t bralc lb . will of their father. In
j that will Mr. Walker left nil of his
f n'operlv to lite second wife. Mr?. A.thea
.Walker. U ws alloired in the comnlalnt
'hat -Mr?. Altliea Waller induced her
burbpiid. lureimh means of uretendd
B H'lairvovani powers, lo cut off the chil
'drpn bv the first wife.
Proceedings in Contempt.
Hj Ore of the allocation? was that .Mrj.
' AUVa Walker was preparing to remove
1 a ast sun: In securities from I'lah and
an injunction way granted. When of
fleers attempted to serve pane:? In the
H . injunction proceedincs M;-o. Walker
conJd not bp found. It was ascertained
1 that site had fled to the state of Wash-
ln;ton. carryliijr with her in an r.titomo
bile a million dollars in securities.
Then it. developed that the district
court did not liavo full jurisdiction In
Hi case, inasmuch as l!ie larger pa-l
of the Walker esl.nie was In California.
j The stilt wa. therefore transferred to
H tho I'nited Stales coin-'.
.ludec John A. Marshall issued an ot
dcr directing; Mrs. Walker to snow cause
v.hy she should not be punished for con- I
tempt In removing the securities, as i
charted. Service was had upon Mrs.
Walker at Seattle. Lpon the hearing b
fore f'hnrJes Baldwin. designated by
.ludcre Marshall to take testimony. e i
dence was adduced !n yrcar. volume. The
hearlnpr occupied t?n days.
Commissioner Baldwin reported to
Judge Marsha'l. and the. court decided
that Mrs. Wall;?: was not in contempt.
Suit Finally Compromised.
.Meanwhile. Mr. Nelson had associated
Aith It i in. as cunnsl for Mrs. Walker.
PWers it Marion cans and Soren X.
"hrislfnfn. A munber of cross-bills,
demurrers and answers wore filed 'in Hie
court hero, and finally the whole m:U
ter was taken to the court in California.,
it befnp decided that proceedings ehoitld
be held in abeyance until the will wis
A. short time afiernflrdp a compromise
was effected and the contest was
dropped, all of the heiis lu.ving received
None of the oilier aliorncys for Mrs.
Walknr is a party to thn suit brought by
kelson Judge MarioneauK said last
nlht that he was not aware of the na
Jure of. the agreement- between Mrs.
Walker and Xclson, and therefore could
nive no further information on the sub-
I I CITY AND VICINITY j
C. S- SWAIN was arrested by Detect
ives W. C. Zeczc and IIurIi I,. Glenn
yesterday on a warrant charplnir viola
tion of the liouor ordinance. Swain, ho
operates a saloon jusl. west, of lh Her
ald hotel hulldiiu? on AVo;?t First' f-'outli
alrc'.-l. Is alleged to have sold lluuor af
THE A. O. of Y. SOCIETY of Granite
hiKh scliool was entertained Thursday
nlpht a I the home, of Chaac llich. H'hls
ontorlalnmcnt Was the lir?t of a. wcrles
to lv. given wckly at the homes of ,ihe
different memlx-rs. Cover? wcr" laid for
ten Five hundred and nolo were the
games of the evening.
THE BROTHERHOOD of Locomotive
Firemen and lOnglnemen will Ivo a ball
tonight at Odcon hall. Tiie ball will be
under the tiusplccs of lodges N". J7S. 070
and S79, assisted by the Kail I,ake local
and Indies society. No. SD, an auxiliary
WORD WAS RECEIVED yesterday of
ihe death of II. C Gaw in San Francisco.
Mr, Gaw was formerly ;i resident of this
city. 7Te left here for tho Pacific coaat
.tbont two yenrw aco on account of HI
health. Ilr. Gaw w-tb an expert uecount
anl. MR. AND MRS. Thomas II, B.-cn-nan
left for Quebec,- Canada, Wednes
day to attend the funeral of Mr3,
Brennan's father, who died Tuesday
afternoon. Mr. Brennau is ;i well-known
conductor of ihc Denver & Pio Grande
ON THE GROUND that his wife de
serted him within three years after they
vers married. David Burt bepan suit in
the. Third dlntrlct court yesterday for
divorce from Charlotte Burt, They wore
. married In Ofjden. September 30, 1003.
WALTER J, BURTON gave a dinner
at tho Commercial club last evening: lo a
number of friends. An elnborato menu
was served In the private dlnins: room
of th. club between tho hours of G:S0 and
TO RECOVER 3935, alleged to be due
m on an open account, D. Wyer & Co. of
Tortland, Or., began an action in the
Third district court yesterday apalnst
L. J. Ivahn and the Kahn-Cooper Fruit
FUNERAL SERVICES for Mrs. Au-1
1 piiHta C. Nelson and her babe, who died
1 wJtli her at t l:c Judge-Mercy honpital i
Tuesday, will be held at the parlors of
j .Tosepli W. Taylor, umlertaker, this after- j
H noon at o'clock.
C, B. STEWART, secretary of the'
Utah State Woolgrowers aJwoclatlon, will
leave today for Washington, on business
connected with Ihc . sheep Industry of
Utah. He expects to be Konc a woek
to ten days.
MRS. ,J. GILMORE reported to tho po
lice yesterday that twenty sheep pelts, a
1 ':nlf hide and a cow hide had been stolen
1 from her stable at SUfi North Fifth West
street, Wednesday night.
MISS BLANCHE NEWCOMB of this
1 city left yesterday for Oakland. Cal.,
having received word lhal. her lather,
J. K. Xewconib. formerly of Salt Lake,
Is seriously 111 there.
ON THE GROUND that her husband
rlcsrrted her, Helen Graham Lesucur bc
H gau an action In the Third district court
yesterday afternoon for dlvprce from
Charles T. I,csueur.
THE MAXWELL-M'KEAN Corps, No.
1 ?. will give a joint card social with the
j Maxwcll-McICeay post. No. 1, tomorrow
H p evening. All othnr G. A. P.. organizations
H and friends are Invited.
W. S, ANDERSON, car service agent
" for thy Oregon Short Line, went to Port
H land yesterday on business
; Club Breakfast to Be Brilliant Event j
: Wit and Philosophy in the Addresses
Ladies' Literary Club Will En
tertain Members and Guests
at Hotel Utah.
THE breakfast of the LarltCo' Lit
rrary club at the Hotel Utah
. this morning- n J0:.".0 o'clock,
cclcbral hi;; ihc lhirty-lhird ;in
nivcrsary of tlie club, will bo :i larjro
atifl elaborate function. Tlie breakfast
will be served in Ihc ballroom of the
hotel and covers will be laid for about
200. including members of the club and
The affair has been arranged by the
entertainment committee of the club,
of which 31 rs. L. II. Parnswortli is
chairman, and no pains lia e boon
spared toward making tho annual club
entertainment a suc-cesF.
The comnif.ttec consists of the t'ol
lowing: .Mrs. Frank Aiulcrson. .Mrs.
J. C. Daly. Mrs. W. II. Ferguson, Mr.--.
Robert; Hampton. Mrs. Jieatricc Oppcu
hcitnor. Miss Ethel' Paul, Mrs. 11. K.
Macmillau, Mrs. V, .. Shealy, Mr..
John Rcel. Mrs. .1. II. McMillan and
Mrs. GIodii Miller.
The toasts following the breakfast
promise to bo ifmib'uallv bright, and
pleasing. Mrs .1, C. Wccter' wiJl be
toastinistTCSS and toasts will be given
bv Mrs. 13, B. Critehlow, president of
the club; Mr. A. .1, Oorham, president
of tho State Federation of Women's
clubs; Mrs. W. V. Adams, Mrs. Howard
8. hstowe. Miss Jessie ,1. Mnxwell and
Mrs. Ira D. Wines.
ACCUSE NEWTON OF j
Charged with fMslurbinc lhw pracc of
Chief of Police B. F. Grant. William
Newton, n police-court attorney, was ar
rested as be came down the stairs from
the police court yesterday afternoon. He
was booked at the desk srrccant'3 office
and released under $I0Q bail.
"That's a lot of peace. ?10U worth,"
remarked Newton, as he uhoved the
money through the. wire wlrkt. "Seems
to me somebody ha over appraised the
value of lvjs mental composure."
Attorn Newton appeared 'at tho po
lice station Wednesday night following
the - arrest of several women, and at
tempted to get thorn out on "hall. Upon
being told that $3n0 ball would be re
quired for each woman, Newton Is said
to have pi own very angry and -to ha.ve
begun cursing Chief Grant and other
membcr3 of the denartmenl. Me was
ordered from the office of the llen'ten
ants of police and yesterday, morning a
complaint, was issued charging him with
disturbing the peace- The warrant for
bis arrest was nerved Just after he. had
completed his dally police court practice.
RECEIVES WORD THAT '
HUSBAND IS -SAFE
Mrs. n. l -.Fowler of Perth Am boy,
N. J who Is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Richard Savage, at I0M Third avenue,
was filled with apprehension yesterday
when' she learned "of -the wreck on the
Pennsylvania railroad, near Warrior's
. nidge. Mrs. Fowler understood that her
husband was upon the wrecked train and
feared that he was Injured, or killed.
Later she received a telegram from Mr.
Fowler, bearing the good news that he
was alive and well.
REPORT ON INCOMES
All corporations that do not hav ,v
report of their net Incomes for the year
of 101 1 to the office of the collector of
internal revenue on or before March 1.
1012. will bp liable to a specific penalty
of from $1000 to J10.000. A large num
ber paid fines last year and many others
1 compromised. A mistaken Idea seems
lo prevail t'nat. the corporations whose
net Incomes do not exceed $5000 do not
have to make this roport. All must re
port, although tbos? whoso incomes do
not efceped fi000 do not have to paj reve
ARRANGE FOB GREAT
Directors of State' Fair Say
Pavilion Is Improvement
For the. purpose of bringing the classi
fication of horse3 and cattle up to the
standard adopted by the American Asso
clallon of Fairs and lCxposltiona, B. F.
Ucdman second vice president of the
I'tah State Fair association and super
visor of the horse department, and Di
rector C. G. Gndncy of Corlnne. super
visor of Hie cattle department, were In
.conference with Secretary Horace S. Kn
idgn 'yesterday. At the next meeting of
the board of directors It .will be recom
mended that the number of premiums be
Increased and (hat a number of changes
In the rules and In respect to ages be
'made to conform with the rules nnd ages
adopted by the American Association of
Fairs and Inhibitions.
"Indications point to the largest nnd
Pest exhibit Ibis year over held in Utah,"
.said Mr. Kcdmaii. "Our display of live
stock has outgrown the outaldo show
ring and preparations ought to be made
for the construction of a pavilion and an
arena- ' Utah Is now the onlv one of the
big fair states which door, not have a
pavilion. We fail In half the. purpose
of our exhibits because of the disad
vantages under which we display our
livestock. The night livestock display Ik
the greatest attraction at fairs where
there is a proper place for display.
"I have seen times when the breeders
of horses in Utah had as much an fnO.000
worth of hor3en on exhibit and there
have not been more than fifteen persons
there to wltnoss the judgments, at which
them would be hundreds if there were
comfortable seato and a pavilion."
a am mr i
ZIOIM DEMOCRATS TO
Gathering Is for the Purpose
of Discussing- County
In Hue with their declaration .that t'nev
can "come back." and In order to make
a beginning. Democrats of the city will
hold a meeting this evening at tho law
offices of Moyle Van f'olt for the
purpose of discussing mutters pertaining
lo Iho eomnc campacn.
J. A. Young, chairman of the Demo
cratic county committee, said yesterday
lhal the meeting had been called for the
main purpose of discussing organisation.
It haa been a lone time, he said, since
a meeting Had beep held and It is tho
desire to canva the situation with re
spect to organizing a committee of
strong workers that -an be depended noon
lo go into tho contest with the intention
It Is udorstood that only the true-blue
Democrat will bo considered In connec
tion with appointments on the commit
START CAMPAIGN FOR
The ncwly-apnolntcd membership com
mittee of the Commercial club held its
first session of the year yesterday after
noon in the gold room of t'nc club build
ing. Ways and means to increase the
club's enrollment of members by at least
300 najnes between now and July wero
. Chairman Wesley King presided. Only
five members of the committee wero ab
sent, being unable lo attend on account
of other cncage.incnts previously made.
"W. W. Armstrong, president of the club;
Secretary Joseph 1.0. Calne. Chairman
King and others made appropriate ad
dresses. Their remarks were enthusi
astically received, and those present
unanimously pledged themselves to heart"
co-operation in a rousing membership
campaign. The meeting was adjourned
.to Monday, when a further discussion of
the campaign plans will be taken up.
USE PRIVATE DRINKING
CUPS WHEN TRAVELING
Since the first day of this month, when
the regulation of the state board of
health prohibiting (he use of public
drinking cups on trains and In depots
and school buildings In I'tah, went into
effect, many persons have discovered tho
seriousness of belntr wlt'nout private cups
when traveling. Many are under the
impression that the use of the public
cups Is prohibited in all public build
ings, but the regulation applies only to
railroad trains, railroad stations, public
or private schools and state, educational
Institutions of UtaJo.
Jordan Lodge Elects.
Jordan lodge of Perfection No. 'J, An
cient and -Accepted Scottish Rite Masons,
elected officers lost night for tho ensu
ing year as follows: D, U. Harding,
venerable mn-Mer; G. K. Ycarsley. senior
wiirden: R. R Gibson, Junior warden; W.
G. Churches, orator: C II. Ulanchard.
I almoner: Christopher Dlclil, secretary;
I A. S. .Chapman, treasurer.
HARDY DJUFIES AS
Governor's Secretary Shows
.Big Italian Door in Most
John K. - I lardy, secretary to Governor
William Spry, had a thrilling experience
yesterday with a demented Italian who
has haunted tho governor's ante-room
for several weeks, Insisting upon telling
the state executive of some fancied
grievance. Governor Spry had given the
man several hearings, but the foreigner
was unable to explain himself and was
classed with tho collection of "cranka"
who-annoy public officials.
Secretary Hardy found it necessary
several weeks a.go forcibly to eject tlie
big Italian from his office, hut the man
returned yesterday and renewed his de
mands for an instant, audience with the
governor. Ho grew boisterous nnd pro
fane in his demands, and the doughty
secretary of Utah's c:ecullvo made a de
termined rush for the Intruder. The lat
ter hastily retired before tho onslaught,
but was arrested, and lodged In tho city
jaJJ pending- an examination Into his
I Meanwhile a report had spread that au
anarchist had made an attempt on the
governor's life, and the office force was
kept busy during the day denying the
The Italian, Plio Guide by name, Is
being hold for examination, wlille the
friends of Secretary Hurdy are ready to
groom him as n future "white hope."
DOCTORS LEAVE TO
STUDY JN THE EAST
Dr. Ross Anderson, formerly of the
Central Utah hospital of Mount Pleas
ant, but now of Salt Dake Citv, and Dr
W. T. Haslcn of Lehi will leave this
evening to do post-graduate work at
Johns Hopkins hospital In Baltimore.
Md. Dr. Anderson will take special work
in surgery and clinical pathology, nnd
Dr. llaslon will devote his attention to
clinical diagnosis . and tho diseases of
women and children. Tho doctors ex
pect to bo gone several months and will
attend a number of clinics in tho larger
AS HIS ASSAILANT
Olaf Vordntrom won Identlefld bv Wil
liam Ttusscll ycBterday as one of the
highwaymen who beat him into uncon
sciousness a week ago and robbed him
of a 1300 diamond ring and 57 In cash.
Russell called at. the police station and
readily picked out Nordstrom from the
"rowd of prisoners. NTordstrom. who was
recently released from tho oountv jail
after serving six months for robbcrv,
was arrested Tuesday night on complaint
of a man who told the police ho had seen
Nordstrom "strong arm" a drunken map
on Commercial street Ills alleged lc
i tlm in that case has not been found.
OR. SAMUEL 6. PAUL
to -Reappointment Is Fi
SPRAGUE HIS ASSISTANT
On Final Vole Health Com
missioner Is Re-Elected
The loiig-eoiiiinued opposition to the
reappointment of Dr. Samuel 0. l'aul
a health commissioner of Salt Lake
fit v wa overcome vesterday at an ex
ecutive Fcssion of the city commission
anil ni. an open meeting, held on ad
journment of the secret session, lie was
re-clocto.d bv nn unanimous vote lo 1lie
position he 'has held for the past two
voai-f. His assistant, Dr. II. M. bpraguc,
also was re-electeil n was Dr. .'. W,
Fisher, a member of the health board.
Dr. Clarence Snow was selected as the
fourth member, while . Mayor biiniuel
'. Park as commissioner, of public sale
tv rounds out the membership.
With the appointment of Dr. Fan to
head the department of public health,
the citv commission has virtually com
pleted its list of selections of men to
sorvo under the new administration.
While" Dr. Paul was the choice of l'.yor
Park for reappointment, opposition
earlv developed i" the commission to
his selection and the matter has been
deferred from day to day until the is-1
sue was forced csterdav by the city
executive. , ,1
Opponents to Dr. Paul were eonf rented
at the secret session by the doctor him
self and were asked' to state in bis
presence tbeir objections to bis reap
pointment. This sil nation was brought
about during the regular meeting y?s-lerda'-'
of rhp city commission. Tn the
midst of the proceedings a ''recess"
was declared and the commissioners
retired to Mayor Park's private office.
Dr. Paul was summoned and the doors
kept tichtlv closed for au hour.
Vote Is Unanimous.
At the expiration of this period, the
commissioners returned lo the council
chamber, the meeting was again called
to order and tho matter disposed of in
record time and wihoutr-a dissenting
Ma vor Park firt introduced an ordi
nance reorganising tlie board of health
along thc.sanie lines provided in exist
ing laws and then introduced a resolu
tion naming Drs. Paul. Pprngue. Pisher
and SnOw and the commissioner of pub
lic safetv (himself) as members of the
board of health. P.orh passed unani
mously. The salaries of Hie members of the
health department arc unchanged. Dr.
Paul drawing .l:000 a year and Dr.
Hprague $1200. in addition lo $-5 a
month each for expenses. Dr. Kishe
ninl Dr. Snow are. to be paid $5 each
for each meeting Ihcy attend, while
the mayor-commissioner serves without
None of the members of the. com
mission would state what had occurred
in the star chamber session, nor tell
what: pressure was brought to bear on
the commissioners opposing Dr. Paul
to cause them to withdraw their oppo
sition. Cumraings Is Appointed.
A. F. Cumniings, a resident of the
Sugar House ward, was appointed yes
terday by the commission foreman of
water supply, lands and canals, taking
up the dutios formerly discharged by
Frank Matthews, land and water com
missioner. Mr, Cuinmings was highly
recommended to the commission. ILis
salary will be .$110 a month.
The request of the local federation
of labor that the union scale of wages
bo ptiid to all employees of the city
was disregarded when the reappoint
ment of A. B. Pitts, plumber in. the
waterworks departmcut. was made. The
salary of .this employee continues at
$.100 "a month, instead of $5.(10 a day.
the union scale. Jt is claimod that the
employee Trill "net more money each
month from the "flat" rate than is
paid day wages for the actual time
employed. .1 TV. Ahem is named
plumber's assistant in the same de
partment.. Walter Cromc, poundkecper, is an
other employ oo of the former adminis
tration to lose his position under the
commission. He was relieved from
duty yesterday and ( F. Christ onsen
appointed in his place.
Protest Against Market.
Protest against, tho renewal of I be
permit- for farm erg to maintain a pub
lie market on Second West street, be
tween First, South and South Temple,
was made by S. F. Fcnton of 65 North
Second West street, who threatened in
junction proceedings if tho privilege
Application of ,,ho Warm Springs
company for extension of the saloon
limits to include that locality was re
ferred to the eotumissiouer of public
safot' and the commissioner of parks
aud public property.
An appropriation of $'25 to pav for
tho cleaning and revarnishiug of a por
trait of Brigham Young in .the com
mission chamber was mndo, Jl. N. Vie
lart being given tho contract for doing
A petition 'from the University of
Utah was received, repeating its appli
cation for use of the city's conduits
in bringing water from the enlivens .to
m,"KatR 10 university's property,
.this was referred to the water department.
To Erect Big- Sign.
.F. Auerbaeh & Bros, were finally
given pormissiou to complete their tem
porary sign on the roof of the Knuts-J
ford block by filing n $1.0,000 indem
nity bond. Commiseiouer Keyser op.
posed the granAiug of the' permit.
With the adjournment of yestordav's
sesaiou, the commissioner's next regular
meeting is scheduled for Moudnv evon
iug at S o'clock.
The raombor8 o the city commission
spent yesterday afternoon in automo
bile rides about the citv. jn response
to au invitation of the' Utah Light. &
Railway company, the mayor and otber
coniniissionors entered automobiles pro.
vided by- tho compauy and wore taken
for a ride about tho stroeta of tho
pity Inspection of the changes made
in the. streets bv Iho Ninth East street
extension wero looked into, after which
the pnrty looked into grndo changes
;to be made in other streets.
LOVE AND N
Representatives of qjS
cial Club Traffic bS
Home From Eaa ,W
BELIEVE UTAH WLLJI
Matter to Be Argued M
Premc Court of uM
Stales Feb. 19, jS
.. stepi,,., ii. Lov, an,, n.
president and Mccctan. 'SM
the Commeieial i-ini itnV
cast, where the,- We,u l0
member., of u,o Im-ru lB
commission eeriuln ,l,,1e.' f IB
and Hhori-I,!n,l f
ncal before the l-mleu
u aiiMit win, the co;nmii'?'M
the express rate .-ase n 0n,cS
Both official vttM
upon the outcome of V i,
Pend wither San Ia, ;
numoer Gf nw f,d n.jip?.'"-lM
not Include l..n:.rc ih J'iM
went into cu'cci bv
vull.i? ,pe.-, !:(,,; t M
ca.e situation. Mr! uJ',;,a'
"Whe the traffic " urAa,'', .
ushf foe reduce, raiA foB
asked for a line of rim
and fion. point., on i,. T 'M
, UlssiHHippI VlveV;, to UV
This was dour- ijCiau... ? ..JjB
i hat ;tho railroads orvri.
up the contention of waw
in oppoln? icduicd rat4 tr,B
Why Chicago Was Selected M
"('hicaao was eck,i , JJB
cause It ,s loeated 1000 iinlt
Atlantic ,eal,1?a-d S,1' ?'M
;atcd S00 miles cut of he f&M
hoard. The h,-e.i JW.l. !,
lea ve no opportunity for a W.-'.-jM
titloii aisiiment. tn
"In its petition to Hi intwrVfM
meree commission. ti, biivi, Tifl
a numoer of iprefyily fiMM H
llv and class rato. 4f', .-.VTtM
before the commission, cotiWIM
an a"t amending IV Ion;
'Iause of Hie eonimMc" lV jTlB
way as fo put upon I', ca'nail
den of inaKIh? a nhowins tefoit&fl
inls.-ion befor- bdn; allontf to :B
more for a short haul t'nn !r S
haul. ' A'B
1 his mouclu n ur. camr,t biB
case. There eclated awut"i5T?H
inodity rates in effc.-t frraj JI
point x to the Pacllle bast OulH
the traffic bureau 5c1pcI?.J vaH
tl for lienor rats. wWlh
sion's rulinjr come, glinj salt'fjH
duced rates. Ui. railroad
hrouirht an injunction fccaJnn.UH
lowance of certain rate?. TlTB
was hoard beroie the comra;iTiB
lat October. At the same t!cjH
Injunctions In hiicIi case is tbl
SpoK-aii" and Phoenix rate ns 9
similar proceeding; before th cwH
Taken to Supreme Court 9
" The court refu??il lo nnt ti
junction In lh Sal; like aKH
granted the Injunctions in
cases, because of the fact tint ikH
cases v,rro based on w istalH
Pacific. a3 different lattng fronj tH
ly defim-d bash: of the fait i-bM
"The carriers then took awil.B
the ilecisiou of I lie coramint ,'H
.-anyln the c;ie to the xip.H
The hoarlns will take jilac FebnaH
If the supreme court sustains t'tH
nf the conmivrce court, the H
injunction will not stjunl. 7.t iH
that in.addilion to liwto htsctiiiM
alrcadv' in effete slue JnsjiM
Salt T.ake will be offers! tlie alaH
of a number of nw rates !
portance to the community."
Poth .Mr. Love and Mr. McQaJfjM
that tho express late iucrifca wB
progressed sufficiently far tu W'!H
proper comment. They icmiImB
business conditions In sucli v't!f5B
capo. N'hw York and WaihlssVjB
pcared to be sreatly' Impart'ed lM
to the belief that a rcvlnl piM
postponed only by tlie unc?rUoi
sltuat Ion. Xl
WILL GIVE CONCERN
ON ST. PATRICK'S
The annual St Patricks .B
from all Indlcatloiw. will f, fslB
and linancial success. fsc,Y,H
be pivon In the old his or ic 9H
at-r. Five Jiundred cIiH'lrn-jn2B
200 bnlne from the Kcarw--- "lm
plumage. n,n, wiiH
Manv beautirul dances nU "JH
one. the Killaritey ilance.
girls: the others, t ie CofWWftM
bv fifty little girls. ad S
by twenty-five youni; gld.
"iTchearsab are helJ on SituWB
Mary's cathedra '""ii.-S oB
more children will bJ&.'
Anions the clever chil ""StfB
Dolly ChrJtenseii. Ejolyn
Marpuerlte Taylor. Tl'f" jfl
will bo r,l,,,n"- I iw
reader; Mw. Cprlnne gfa3m
Ilarlc IIuKheF. lwrpljt , TM
baritone; V. K. Sn'ltn.- i!tM
cert will be siven "nlcr IBg
Jliss Nora Glcason, -"JK
ticth infantry at ort gf
rested by .Uetectivts tjw n jp
and I!ert Scapcr "ijijWB
of embezzlement and
under fnlsn PwPIIfC. vJllK
AccordlnK to t Ic pom 0jifl
collected se' 'll" ,j V4 '(wKi
fraudulent methods and
desert his lK$&0!
from the PhHIppluW- odMk
ourod the --VSC'' SS and fJK
dry at: Fort r"J Ul0 cogJK
thorized collector joi w
is accused of appropr 'caiIlSelJB
collected. He ' n'! spverl 1M
talnlngr money from ml WfT
the. rcpflinent tlnus)K
?t reels have been cw Wwcjfi-K?
erected over th ixlfmt
ntreet to Trote?lv. toll n4 tK
work on the main j IK,
been coinPleJ- fr-nieW.H&
raiddlj- on the tr ed f
ncs. ''".ffto arrive b'rttfjH(
Stone wrk ".early "" I SLW
Workmen of ilea n we.
busy on ln " .vsB"