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14 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
plant h mm
Official Notice Served Upon
I Him by Commissioner
George D. Keyser.
TIME IS NOW. SHORT
Contractor Is Advised That
an Immediate Reply Is
jj Unless P. J. Moran removes his as-
1 phalt plant from City Creole canyon and
1 puts the ground it occupies In condition
a tor the creation of a public park within
I the next two weeks. Salt Lake City will
1 proceed to call upon Mr. Moran's bondB
I men to make good the consequent dam-
I tge to tlio city, which will bo appralfcd
i at 310,000. iho amount of tho bond,
j W'J en the city commission came Into
pov or a. year ago. Commissioner George
D. ICeyser of the department of parks
I e.ndf public property look tip the matter
uitf Mr. Moran the question of removing
I Xhr plant with the result that a con
S tract was made betweun the city and
i Moran whereby the latter wast to remove
5 l is property and lay out the around for a
public park by March J. 101S. Ia com
pensation for this scrvieo to tho city.
1 Moran was to have the prl ile.ee of re
! milnlnu In the canyon during 1912 and
I the further honor of having the park he
wrs to create named after him. lo wit,
B t, Aloran pari;. A bond of 510.000 way
B given b Moran to insure the provisions
o' t ic contract.
S Warning Is Issued.
B Yc-tc day Commissioner KeyKer. after
S learning that no step had been taken
a towards tho fulfillment of the contract.
5 addressed a letter to Mr. Moran warning
is him that he has but two weeks In which
to I'ecp his contract and. threatening to
crll on the hondemen If he dcfaultF. This
S t'le first time that the mutter of qult-
I t'nc Cily Creek canyon with the asphalt
I plant nas been put up squarely to Mr.
MiT.in. According to Commiasloner Key-
1 .pi, the letter Is In the form of an ul-
I tm-jiuni. It follows:
I I would call your attention to the
I outran which you made with Salt
City in February of last year,
lV which .you '.greed to remove your
jyr.nt and Us accessories from the
elt': property in City Creek can
yon by the 11 rat day of Jununry. J0U.
aid to Improve certain parts of said
.nyon in accordance with speclllca-
ons and blue prints contained in the
?uld contract, the details of which
i is unnecessary for mo to set forth
The improvements specified In this
lontract were to be completod by the
M-st day of March of this year. Thie
ili' to is now near at hand and noth
"g Tias been done by you either in
e way of removing your plant and
'ii;lldiirs from the canyon, or by way
of Improving the grounds under your
You are 'ully aware of the Impor
tance which 1 attached lo this con
trail ut the time of Us execution,
and I assure you that my sentiments
have not changed in the last year,
and that the city Is resolved that this
ntract should bo carried out to the
' understand that you have been
t'jscnl from Salt Lake City most of
l! i- time for the last eeveial months,
and r am slad to think that If you
h.H' been here tho work would he
rc.-inc its completion, by this time.
1 must Insist that you start the work
if removal and Improvement in tho
anyon al onre. You are now in de
ri"tt as to the time of removal of
our plant from the canyon and a
further default as lo the execution of
t' t Improvements specified In tho
ontract will noL be permitted.
1 have not notified the Utah Sav
ings & Trust company, which guar
anteed the performance of your con
tract, and shall not do so unless I
faM to receive- h satisfactory replv
from you to this communication,
within the next week.
GEORGE D. KEYS BR.
Commissioner of Parka and Public
II MILK IS FOUND
I BELOW STANDARD
1 Showing Made by Cafes' Is the
Poorest in Many
DC out of twelve samples of milk taken
jg from as many local cafes and tested by
K the bacteriological department of the
a hoard of health are found lo be below
W standard In butter fats, and eight of the
ft fame samples arc found to fall shori of
jf t'ie required amount of total solids. Tho
T, tests show tho poorest milk taken from
I the cafes by the health department in
many months. Tn two Instances the but-
E ter-l'at percentage falls as low as 1.0,
3 while the required standard Is 3.2 per
Jj ent. The standard for solids Is 12 per
y cent and the bacteria standard calls for
ft not moro than 500,000 bacteria. Follow-
u lnr arc tho test results:
1 Butter Bacteria
Rj Restaurants, fat. Solids. count.
12 Paris cafo 1.0 10. 5R -(0,000
V Fred & Percy's n.:; 11.81 100,000
K "Occidental S.3 16. S6 40,000
'' 'V.'.cha 3'4 -so 35oo
fc Wilson ' 2.5 11.20 -15,000
5 j'ova'j1 '""a's 11,35 r,,0
ScJ-mldt'e ..'..",'.'.' '.i'.'l 1267 40!000
I Chesapeake J.D 10. 5S .15,000
Jnvne" l' loo'o0
jj "Milk and crearn.
I GIVES LEG BAIL, i
I BUT IS RETAKEN
Benjamin P. Price Sprints Away
9 Prom Officers After Arrest.
but Is Captured.
Bnjamln P. Price. 25 years of age, a
j macnlnlBt by tnidc, but a foot-racer by
1 opporlunitj', wno arreHtcd ystcrday
u afternoon by Deputy Sheriff Frd A.
2 ISIUb, on a charge of removing hid pur
g Honal effects from the reHldenco of Henry
3 P. McCartle, 363 North Th'.-d West street.
d without settling his board bill.
J As he emerged from a saloon ?l ',i3
U -South 31aln street, in company with tho
i oftlcer. Price recognized an opportunity
i to sprint. Not waiting for the prcllm
t inaries of getting off the mark In np
V proved ashion, and anticipating the
" possible pop of a pistol, Pnni iped up
laln strcot and wefat on Socoud South
street, and throuich the new Orpheum
theater building. Hs wan puruel and
i cornered in a tin shop on West Temple
street by Patrolman Leon Mayhue
Deputv Sheriff Sanford Hedge and Po
lice Sergeant Tom Slmpi-on, The re
mainder of the Journey to tVc onuty Jail
waa made In the police auto patrol.
Price Wears His Joke Hat
i ' -J$
Salt Laker Visits Cardiff
Dock al Cardiff Will Be
Noted in History
The forcgoinpj picture was taken at
tan dock at. Cardiff", "Wales, which vill
bo noted in liislory for all limo to
come for two ijreal, cvenis. It was
from this doclc tbat Captain Scott
sailed from C?rcat Britain lo discover
the south pole and afterward lost bis
life. Tt was also at this dock that "Fred
V. Price lauded in Cardiff after a
thirty years' residence in Salt "Lake.
At this dock Fred Price was wel
comed back to Wales by Alfred B.
Bichards, special envoy of the Prince
of Wales. Mr. Bichards was a former
schoolmate of xFred Price, and at the
arrival of the fMaurctania the two old
comrades fell into each other s amis. j
Fred Price is shown iu the picture
weniinc the marvelous chapeau pre
sented to him by admiring Stilt Lake
friends just before his doparturo for)
RELATING TO SIGNS
City Commission Takes Ac
tion in Order to Forestall J
Possible Litigation. j
To lorestall possible litigation over
tho electric 'aipu board controversy the
city commissioners passed an amend
ment to the present building ordiuance
yesterday afternoon under which, a
bond is required for every sign of any
sort suspended over the sidewalk or
streets in tho business district. Only
roof signs are exempt.
This ordinance has boen included
among tho book of revised ordinances,
which have not yot boen finally acted
upon. To meet the emergency arising
out of the protests of several local
business men against putting up a bond,
while the ordinance does not call for
one, tho commissioners decided to tako
the proposed ordinance from the book
and pass it at once as an emergency
Soon after the first of the year the
building inspector, on instruction from
the commission, issued a general call
to all ownors of signs, ordering them
to make application for permission to
maintain their signs. Theso applica
tions were made conditional upon the
' filing of a voud varying from Si 000 to
$10,000. Manv protests have boon re
ceived since the ordor went forth and
tho possibility of tho city bein;j suod
Tho ordinance passed yesterday be
comes effootive February 15, "after
which no signscan be maintained with
out a bond.
Tho commissioners put a definite
quietus yesterday on the importunings
of thoae enterprising persona who havo
been attempting for the 'past several
months to Boll tho city sites for pub
lic markets and convention halls. Such
an offer from A. Bichtor, pronosing
that the city purchase for .$75,000" prop
erty on Second East between Third and
Fourth South streets, was ordered filed,
with tho comment that the city is not
in the market for real estate for such
purposes and has no intention for the
present at least of establishing a pub
lic market or building a convention
Because .March is a windy month the
Intermountain Automobile Show asso
ciation will havo to file a .5000 bond
with tho city if it oreetfl a temporary
electric sin across Main street at
First South street during he automo
bile show next month The permit for
the ?ign was granted Mterda wtli
such a rovision.
UTAH ELECTRIC CLUB
Electricians of Salt Lake Will
Give Unique Entertain
ment in This City.
The Utah Electric club, composed of
prominent men of the electric industry
in this city and atato, is proparing for
a great electric show that will eclipse
anything of its kind witnessed in the
west. Although no definite date has
been decided upon, the event will prob
ably take placo in tho kite summer or
The matter was discussed at some
length at yesterday's regular weekly
luncheon and banquet of the club, at
tended by more than 100 members and
guests at the Commercial club. The
feature of the programme was an in
teresting address, delivered by At
torney A. J3. Irvine on the subject,
"Engineering Contracts and Specif i
caTious." Following this address the matter of
the electric show was generally dis
cussed and was unanimously decided
upon as of practical, business and edu
cational value to the industry and the
public at large.
Last year ixn electric show was of
fered by the Sons of Jove, which club
has now been "virtually absorbed by
the newly-organized "Utah Electric club.
Tho wonderful exhibitions of the devel
opment of electricity and the part is
is playing on an increasing scale in tho
world of business and science and mod
ern civilization, as displayed at that
time, will becomo dim in tho blaze of
the show planned for this year, declare
Committees to prepare for the event
and handle the vust details will bo
appointed in the near future, when
complete plans will be announced.
Physicians Named for Five Saii
. itary Districts ; Big Con
tract Is Awarded.
Health officers for five of the six
sanitary districts of the county woro
appointed by tho county commissioners
Those named are as follows: District
1, Dr. C. C. Snyder, Dr. F. E. Cham
berlain and Dr. W. 2sT. Pugh: district
2, not filled; district H, Dr. John Hos
mor, Midvalo; district. 4. Dr. F. E.
St rati p, Bingham; district 5, Dr. D. L.
Barnard. Garfield; district G, Dr. O. B.
The commissioners also awarded the
contract for the construction of the su
perintendent's homo and nurses' dormi
tory for the county infirmarv hospital
to August Budine on his bid of $1S,000.
This was tho lowest bid received.
Plans for the building have been com
pleted by J. A. TEeadlund. architect,
nnd work is to begin at once.
COMMITTEES TO WORK
ON CONVENTION PLANS
Tentativo selection of committees to
pronare for the convention of the Sn
tlonal Education association next sum
mer was mode by the executive com
mute; at Its llrst nmctlnpr, hold yester
day in the offlco of Superintendent D.
M. Cliristensen. Thn committee or
ganized, with .Superintendent Chrl.HtAn
Hen 'ik chairman, and outlined Its course
of action. Another meeting will Tie held
at 0 o'clock this morning In the super
intendent's office, at which the various
committees will he appointed.
Members of the executive committee,
as appointed by the board of education
last Tuesday nllit. are: D. H. Chrls
tcinson; J. T, Kingsbury, president of the
l'nlvenilty or Utah; A. C Nelxon. state
Kupevintenrlont of puMlr Instruction: Mrs.
-T Oorh.im. prHldnt o" the federated
women' r'ubf and Charles Tng- of tho
Meeting Is Held at Which
Radical Changes in Law
H. S. JOSEPH PRESIDES
Proposal Is lo Reduce Salaries
and Increase' the Num
ber of Members.
Radical changes In the commission form
of government In cities of the first and
second classes were, discussed last night
at a. meeting of prominent Salt Lake Tic
publlcana and the members of the legis
lature from Salt Lake and Weber coun
ties In thy court room of Judge ID. A.
Rogers at tho city and county building.
Tho plan which will apply both to .Salt
Lake and Ogden is lo elect one commis
sioner from each of the five municipal
wards and a mayor at largo, tho mayor
to have general supervision of the city
government and the veto power. Each
commissioner Is to have a department
of tho city government over which
ho la to have charge and the mayor
Is to have general supervision over
all departments. The offices of city
treasurer, city attorney and city recorder
are to bo mudo elective Instead of ap
pointive, as at present.
Harry S. Joseph presided at the meet
ing and George Wilson acted as secre
tary. All of the Salt Lake and, Weber
county members of the lower house and
Senators Kolly, Craltr, Ferry and Rldc
out were at the meeting. There were
also several members of the Republican
city and executive committees and other
prominent Republicans at the meeting.
Two Bills Considered.
The meeting considered both the
Barnes bill, now pending In the house,
and the Craig bill, now before the sen
ate. Several amendments to these bills
wero proposed and discussed, but no
agreement reached. An effort will bo
made to amalgamate the I wo bills and
agree on a measure that will be satis
factory to tho people of all of the cities
which arc reached by tho bill.
The Barnes bill iu its original form
was optional with the people and pro
vided for a special election before the bill
became effective. It was practically
agreed to eliminate this feature and make
tho form of government mandatory.
The recall feature of the bill will prob
ably also be eliminated. It was sug
gested that the governor Is strongly op
posed to the recall and would probably
veto the measure If it contained that pro
vision. To obviate the necessity of a re
call, the term of the mayor and com
missioners are made two years that there
may bo frequont cloctionn. Under the
proposed plan, the terms of tho present
city officers will be terminated on the
first Monday In January next and the
first election under the now act will take
place next fall.
Salaries will be Teduced to some ex
tent, the salary of a mayor of a city of
the first class to be 53600 and mayor of
a socoud class to be J1S0O. Tho bond
of the cily treasurer Is not to exceed
$350,000, In any event. The bond of the
mayor and of each commissioner is to
Changes will be made in the bills to
conform to the suggestions mado at tho
meeting and the amended hills will he
considered at. another meeting to be held
some time next week. The bills will also
be discussed next Monday forenoon at
a special meeting of tho senato commit
tee on county and municipal corporations.
CIGARETTES IT 1
PROM BANQUET IH
Elimination Is the Result of
Action Taken by Miss
Lucy Van Cott.
There will be no oigareites on tho menu
of tho "prom" banquet to be given by
tho University of Utah sorority girls.
They may havo their Turkish decora
tions, their Turkish delicacies nnd ovon
their Turkish coBtomes If they desire,
but as for those cork-tlppcd cylindrical
mediums of gradual self-destruction, they
are emphatically and irrevocably ta
boo. Not that the girls desired to smoke the
cigarettes dear, no! The boys aro to
attend the l'eto and It was merely In
tended to provide all tho comforts of a i
dinner for young cut-nps. But this did
not suit Miss Lucy Van Cott, dean of the
university women. She summoned tho
committee on arrangements and Manager
Summer and expressed her disapproval.
And so, to repeat, there are not going to
be any cigarettes on the menu. Perhaps
the lads will smoke, but If they do It
wlll bo their wn tubes of nicotine.
This sorority event will be a feature
of this evening's Junior prom at the
Hotel Utah. Instead of refreshments all
evening, there will be two supper tablea,
one set during the eleventh and tho other
during tho fifteenth dance. Theso dances
are divided Into three parts, so that it
will be possible to serve all present dur
ing the two. "Besides theae two supper
tables, the fraternity and sorority rooms
will furnish punch and other dainties
during the entire evening.
The prom committee spent all day yes
terday nnd will work again today, so that
If things go well the dance will be be
gun promptly at 9 o'clock this evening
and will continue until 2 In the morn
ing. At 9 o'clock the concert will begin. The
McClellan orchestra will bo used for the
concert and tho dancing. No ragtlmo
will bo played.
After tho concert, about 9:20, the grand
march will begin. The march will be
headed by the patrons, who are Governor
and Mrs. William Spry, 'resident and
Mrs. J. T. Kingsbury. Mayor and Mrs.
Samuel Park. Lieutenant and Mrs. M. M
Nelly and Mr. and Mm. W. N. Williams.
The faculty, the prom committee and the
other guests will follow In tho order
AGAIN GOES OVER
The capltol commission met again yes
terday afternoon, but the contract for the
building was not signed, nor was a su
perintendent of building and grounds ap
pointed. It wa announced that this
would probably be done Saturday or Mon
day. No action was taken on the pro
test of the Master Builders exchange.
Matter5 leading up to the signing of
the contract were disposed of yesterday.
The session whs comparatively brief,
tfeforo the contrail Is signed, numerous
blue prints among the plans have to bo
'EDDIE' OK BED
Said to Be Wanted -in Con
nection With Murder of
Woman at Bingham.
IS WELL KNOWN IN CITY
J. C. Meyers, Held on Sus
picion, Says -His Damaging
Statements Were Jokes.
" Eddio ' ' Cox, who formerly Uvea" iu
tho southeastern part of tho city, is
tho quarry sought by an cxtonsivo po
lice dragnet as tho result of his
suspected connection with tho murder
of Ethol Williams in Bingham Decem
ber 10, 1012.
Whcni TJetoctivc William Zccse re
turned Wednesday night from Poca
tollo with J. C. ("Jack") Moyers,
who bad been arrested there for
suspected connection with the murder,
he informed Chief of Police Grant that
Co.v had escaped tho police in Pocatollo
and had taken a train for Butte, Mont.
That city was telegraphed yesterday
by tho local police 'department to be
on tho lookout for tho mun.
Cox is well known in this city on ac
count of his nrrost last summer on a
chargo of assault with a deadly
weapon and his subsequent incarcera
tion in the county ja.il.
Chief Grant, yesterday had a talk
with Moyors in the city jail, and the
lattor admitted that he had mado re
marks concerning the murder while ho
was smoking opium hi a loca.l house.
Meyers, however, paid that his admis
sions at that time to the effect that ho
had participated iu the murder woro
made only in josl, and wen: due to tho
influence of the drug which he was
Atoyors is said to have also admitted
that no was in Salt Lake City for sev
eral days following tho murder.
Tho description of Meyers is said to
tally exactly with that given to the
husband of the murdered woman by a
friend of the latter in Bingham. 'Tho
polico department refused, however, to
divulgo the name of the latter, but in
dicated that thoro may be developments-
within a few days.
Today the husband will Journey ao
Bingham, where ho will confer with
Deputy Sheriff Otto Wltbock and the
woman who gave the description of the
supposed slayers of Mrs. WllllamH. It la
expected also that she and several other
Bingham residents will be brought to
Salt Lake to Identify Meyers.
Sheriff Smith last night admitted that
he had a photograph of Cox, but. refused
to admit that the man was wanted In
connection with the Williams murder.
"We know Just where he is," said the
sheriff, "and if we decido that we want
him it wilt only bo a matter of hours be
fore he will be placed under arrest."
I Detective Zceso yesterday held a con
ference with the sheriff a"nd related to
him his experiences in Pocatollo preced
ing the arrcat of Meyers. Detective
Zcose said that Meyers had admitted hav
ing had provioufi trouble; that ho had
"been In Salt Lake Immediately follow
In? the WllllamB murder; that he had
said In an opium den that he and a pal
had murdered the woman In order to rob
her. Meyers protested to Zeese also that
the remark had been only a Joko-
No charge has as yot been placed
against Meyers, but it Is said that If he Is
Identified today by the Bingham witnesses
he will be Immediately charged with
murder In tho first doroe. It Is expected
that tho husband of the murdered woman
will be the complaining witness.
ADMIT THEIR GUILT
Feathers and blood, found on their
clothing, led to the arrest of L. C, At
'wood, 37 years of age, and John Orsell,
33. on a charge of chicken stealing,
shortly after 1 o'clock this morning. Mo
torcycle Patrolmen James Woodard and
W. H. Hendrlckson made the arrests.
A citizen, who saw two men carrying
some chickens called tho polico station,
and tho motorcycle men took up the
trail, tracking the fugitives to the home
of Atwood, between Flr3t and Second
West on Fourth North street. They ware
reluctantly admitted by Atwood. and
found first the tell-talo feathers and then
three chickens, still warm and bleeding,
hlddon. under a pile of sacks In a clothes
closet. The men admitted that the
chickens had been stolen, the officers
say. It was afterward learned by the
arresting "policemen tliut the fowls had
been taken from the hencoop of C. E.
Pace, Z'10 Wall street.
Atwood was arrested for chicken steal
ing on December 26. last. At the time,
sixty-Ave chickens were found in his
barn, and a plant for preparing tho fowls
for market was discovered there He
was sentenced to serve sixty days tho
city Jail, but tho sentence was suspended
because of his having- a large family of
children In need of his support.
SUIT OF CLOTHES
CAUSE OF DISPUTE
"Half a loaf lo better than no bread,"
but the notion of half a suit of clothes
did not appeal to J. Grconblat, who
rushed Into police headquarters yesterday
and asked for protection from L. Trig
gar. Under Greenblat's arm was a bun
dle containing a suit of clothes. Ho
complained that ho had been trailed so
persistently by Trlggar for two days that
he had not had time to try on tho suit.
Before the explanation was finished Trig
gar arrived and laid claim to half tho
Acting the role of Solomon, Inspector
Carl A. Carlson proceeded to solve the
problem. Calling up Mrs. Jacob Kahn.
from whom the suit bad been obtained by
Greenblat while the two men were en
gaged In a campaign of begging old
clothes, the Inspector asked her whom
she meant should huve the suit- She
promptly answered that she meant It for
the man to whom she had given It. Trig
gar Insisted that the suit was half his
because the venture had been a partner
phlp affair, inspector Carlson released
first Greenblat and then Trlggar, giving
the man with tho suit half an hour tho
SIX WOMEN ACT
runral services for Hazel C. SUlor WaUon.
una tiled at her liom. 273 (lentnr ntrcot- Monday!
cru held at tho funoral dispel of O'Dounull
Co. yoi!t?rily momlriK nt 11 o'clock. Tho Nov.
P. A. SlmpVIn conducted tho fccrvlee. which wan
under tho nuxptcoi of tho Ludlt of the Mcca
bt. Jin. Llzslc Thorn Kdwitnl untie "Beau
tiful Itlo or Soraowhore." "Some Swpit Da" nnd
"Sonio Tlmi) W Will ITndcratind." Shr. win
pitted b;- t mixed qiiirttto that Joined In tho
Sir woman ot th Woodbine clrclo No. 11 of tha
Women of Woodcraft actd is pnllbearerr, and
tha ervicM at tho grave were under the uptvs
of the circle. Interment was In Jit. Oltrel comti-t7.
DOG 1 ROLE OF
Great Intelligence Is Shown
by "Whiskers,'' an
"Whiskers" is probably the only dog
In the world that plays ihe rolo of an au
tomobile horn. Ho Is an Airedale terrier,
belonging to A. A. Clark, a contractor,
with offices at 10 South 1'ourtn WiH
street. Perched on the front of hla own
er's car, tho dog is a familiar eight to
the pedestrians of Salt Lake, many of
whom have, on occasion, been warned
of the approach of the nutomobllo by
the ceaseless barking of the dog.
H "Whiskers" hadn't been named two
years aeo, when he was a "puppy, and
before he became a Eclf-operatlng sub
stitute for a honk-honk attachment to
an automobile, he might have had sonio
nam" less suggestive of his personal ap
pearance and more so of hla vocation,
such at "Tool -toot." Tho dog Is never
caught away from the machine, and never
Is out of his official position on tho front
of the loft mudguard, when the car is
in motion, unless it is going backward.
"Whiskers" is a progressive. He objects
to tho reverse engine operation, and al
ways waits until the car starts ahead
before leaping lo hla perch. Then he
becomes the guardian of the heedless pe
destrian, baying his warning of a com
ing danger at whomsoever obstructs the
way, and giving his attention strictly
to watching tho track straight ahead.
When he was young, "Whiskers" had
a brown bear for a playmate. Then he
doubtless dreamed of llfo In the wilds,
with lots of bear tracks to Investigate,
but Fomcone poisoned tho bear, which
was liopt li tho back yard of the Clark
home, and Ihe dog transferred his affec
tions to the automobile. He can be in
duced to Totrlcve ducks, but prefers his?
chosen activity. He was not trained to
the task, but took the work upon him
self, just as he appointed 'himself guar
dian of the car at oil times when his
master is absent. Always when Mr.
Clark leaves tho car. "Whiskers" clam
bers back Into tho driver's scat, and sits
behind the steorlng sear until the en
gine Is cranked for further travel.
CITY AND VICINITY
MISS EVANGELINE BOOTH will lec
ture In Salt .Lake City nebruary ''. the
title of her talk to be "My Father." She
will spenk In the First Presbyterian
church, and local officers of tho army
will endeavor to have her introduced at
the mooting by Governor Spry. Miss
Booth is making a tour across the con
tinent and is stopping in the larger cities
D. H. CHRISTENSEN, city superin
tendent of schools, will leavo at noon to
day for the east, to be gone three weeks.
He will attend the convention of the
superintendent' division of tho N. E. A.
at Philadelphia. Februajy 20, and will
visit In many of tho largo r cities going
D. H. BLOSSOM, city engineer, yester
day sent to the city commission the name
of T. McOwen to bo appointed as a com
puter In the engineering department to
succeed A. T. Brown, resigned. Mr. Mc
Owen has been engaged at a salary of
5110 a month, subjoct to tho approval of
TO QUIET TITLE to 160 acres of land
described as part of section 32, township
2 south, rango 1 west. Salt Iako meridian,
George Romncy filed suit In the district
court yesterday against G-. D. Gardner,
administrator of the estate of Archibald
THE TWENTY-SECOND anniversary
of the organization of Miriam Rebekah
lodge No. 5 will bo celebrated at the time
of the regular meeting of the order Sat
urday night. Thoro will be a short pro
gramme and an address by tho Rev. P.
THE ANNUAL dinner of the First
Methodist Episcopal church was served
In the basement of the church Wcdnos- I
day night to about 200 members. An
interesting programme was rendcrod and
the dinner was reported to bo a success
In every way.
M. B. GROESBECK of Murray reported
to the police of Stilt 'Lake yesterday that
he was held up and robbed of his watch,
valued at $75, and of ?4 In cash, by two
armed men, in Murray, Wednesday night.
Ho suspected that ono of tho men was a
NOT CONTENT with a three-year
lease from the city on a gravel pit site
on the northeast bench, the Langton Lime
& Cement company yesterday offered to
purchase the ton-acre tract from the city
for $500. j
THE WILL of Ernosc A. Bigelow, who
died in Salt Lake February 1. was admit
ted to probate In the district court yes
terday. Fred M. Bigelow asks for letters
of administration. He Is the only heir
to tho estate, which Is valued at 3400.
TRIAL OF THE suit brought by Car
mine Hirabelli against Max Daniels to
recover 1500 for alleged assault with a
pair of shears in Daniels's tailor 3hop
began before a jury In Judge T. D.
Lewis's division of tho district court yes
terday. HARRY LOUKAS and William R. .Tet
ter were placed on trial In tho United
States district court yesterdav on white
slave charges. They are accused of In
ducing young- women to go to McGill,
New, for immoral pifrposes.
NO DIVORCE matinee will be held in
tho district court this afternoon, owing
lo the absence of Judge C W.vMorac. who
is holding court in Tooele. The ontiro
calendar has been continued ono week.
JAMES COLLAS, convicted of failure
to provide for a minor child, waa or
dered to pay 51 a week for oilo vear to
his child by Judge F. C. Loofbourow In
tho district court yesterday.
C, B. STEWART, secretary of the Utah
Woolgrowers association, yostordav re
ported the addition to hiu famllv "of a
twelve-pound boy, born at the Holy Cross
hospital yesterday morning.
MEMBERS OF THE Utah Manufactur
ers association held a mooting In the
Vermont building yesterday evening and
transacted business of a routine na
ture. A CONFEDERATE bank note of S.1
denomination was yesterday added to tho
collection In the Deseret museum by Wll
llwn J. Silver of Salt Lake City.
THE SALT LAKE chapter of tho
American Institute of Banking met In
regular class session at the Commercial
club last night.
JOHN D. SPENCER addressed a meet
ing of Insurance men nt tho Commercial
club last night on the subject of sales
manship. THE REGULAR-monthly luncheon and
meeting of tho Salt Lake Ad club took
place at the Commercial club yestor
day. CHARGING FAILURE to provide. Clara
Richardson yesterday Jllcd sdlt In the dis
trict court for divorce from .Tohn.S. Smith.
Dies of Heart Failure.
Asnci Johnron nalrd. CI years of bro, mlfct
of 11. II Bilrd of tlio AllliincB Investment com- ;
p-my, tiled nt her homo, uS3 Third Hist street,
yestoriJsy of licnrt failure. i
.Mrs. HilriJ wan Ixmi In Kilen, ner Osdeti. ;
Juno 10, U7S. Sho Is turvlvoJ by her huibnn'l. t
a son Ilobert. n?nd S. ,i i!niiKi(or Klorcnco. used '
10. living la thin city, nnd by otlipr rolatlxo. j
Including lier mother, living In Kdcn. Tim body
It nt tlio undcrtiikln: rooms of Josnpli W'lUUm
Taylor. 20 South WcaI Tumplo trc?t. It will !
bo r.otit to Ofrilen for burial.
Fine dental office, furniture, rut,',
linoleum mid all appliances for saJ
vory eheap. Will soli all or part, (nil
218 Kcarns bids, or phono Was. PI52.
DAUGHTER SHOES I
Girl Horribly Burned Whjj
Stepfather Throws Pot ol
Boiling Water. 9
REFUSES TO COMPLAll
Police Respond and Find M
body lo Make Chargesjj
Reporter Hears .Tale, 1
In a fnrloua family quarrel at his hoi
Sul West Third North strecL yesterJ
afternoon. Harry AVIlllam Bra
teamster, threw a pot of boiling vri,
and potatoes ovftr the head of hla at
daughter, Margaret, aged 10. Tha t
was terribly scalded about ths
face, 3houldors and arms. Bcforo i
lapsing sho new at Brooks and ncratcl
his eyes, forehead and nose, flajin- i
with her nall3. '
Tho police were summoned, but tot
no arrest as the girl dwllned to aw
out a complaint. Brooks's Injuries w
slight. Neighbors nttractrl by
screams of Mrs. Brooks and th sir 'i
into tho houso Immcdlatolv after '::
scalding, and hostilities were nusnm
unti last night, when the wife aR
band attempted simultaneously to 5
an account of the row. Dr C IL nl
shaw had attended MIs Brooks anali
rer-overcd sufficiently to toll a km
thai on one occasion her stepfather tS
her out of tho house. cilu'-nni
No Peace in Family. j
According to both Mr. and Mr?. Bra
thoro haa been no poaco In the fan
for many years When a Tribune re
Hcnlative called last night the Injw
girl lay on a cot. suffering Intense m
lno mother and atcpfathor danounfl
each other she accusing him of brutaS
and ho declaring that she whh a coriM
torment. The word liar was frixiucnt
the conversation and their anger seraB
sufficient to cause another hand-to-hM
encounter had It not been for tho vcM
enva of tho stranger ttm
They both agreed that their fight yM
over the children. Brooks Is English-9
she German. Both hav0 been mS
rlcd beforo and both express regret oV
tho loss of their previous mata. Bmm
has two sons by his first wife and SB
Btooks has two daughters bv her IB
husband. There Is on child, a boy
5, the result of the present matrlmoiB
union. Both arc deeply attached to"B
little lad and it is said he Is peverB
clement of contention. Margaret B
John, the 17-year-old son of BrooksB
the tlrst marriage, arc the principal sB
Jccts of tho clashes-
Fight Begins in Kitchen. M
Unfortunately It was in the lritcB
that yesterday's battle was begun. ?B
Brooks was cooking potatoes for B
evening meal. Brooks said It was B
an Installment of a row which begarB
January when ho gave his son Joh9
dime to spend on amusement. The uuM
tlon of whether John was treated befl
than Margaret or vice versa was unB
debate. The discussion waxed how
and hotter, Margaret assisting her moBl
cr In vituperation, for Mrs. BroolM
English is broken and she frequoiB
finds It difficult to utter her thouB
satisfactorily in the heat of passion. TjM
Is how they told the Bloty to tIleB
Brooks Tho wife picked up tha ptiB
first to hit mo. vB
Mrs. B. Yce, because he said hB
was going to knock the teeth of MsB
garot out He boats her When shV
was 14 years old lie threw her froP
the house out. B
Brooksi You're a liar; I -dldnm
throw her out.
Mrs. B. Well, will you let me teB
my story, and you can toll yours.
Brooks Go on and tell it, but tB
the truth If you can. ,K
Mrs. B. And he grabbed tho pcm.
and dumped it over her head.
Brooks I had lo defend myBelH
they wore both after me. Tvo boaj
nagged nearly to death. She nagW
me about John. She nags mo mornA
Ing, noon and nlsht. When
asleep, she wakes mo up to nau
My first wife and I were married B
teen or sixteen years and we novaj;
had one quarrel. There is her PB
ture on tho wall. With this one t
erythlng Is all right for her glrif, buM;
she's always after John.
Mrs. B- ift Is not so. I do avoir
thing I can for John. I have worke.
for him and for you. I am from mw
family away. They are In Germanj
I have nobody. You take advantajm"
of me. I have no one to help tn. -m?
Reporter How Ions: have you bMJ
married? Li -jBfc
Brooks Six years to this one-M7
years of hell. ,r'JBJ
Mrs. B. He never did like MaTj'
ret. He beats her. . . 3K
Brooks Wasn't she .allowed to uu
a trip to Germany? Why dlfl.yjBc
have to go to Germany a worKiai
girl lo Germany? j,Br
Mrs. B Yes. sho works or JBl
living. Tt was her own money.
want her money. imL
Brooks I don't fWU
Mrs. B. You do. . .Wj
Brooks Doesn't Joan spend bw
own monoy, too? You don t give nW
anything, either. mJB
Mrs. B. I do; I work (or Wm-W
work for you all.
Girl Makes Charge.
With divers expletives and much
tempor than tho type can show', toe J
change of vorbiago contlnu w. i
Brooks was called to the dorv,niPl
husband went on to enumerate fli'jji
ances. it was then tbat the woo,
girl lifted her bead from the Tmow.W
accused hor stepfather of hrowtaC
out of tho house when she VVM?
He mado an emphatic di7WJ
Brooks returned and the quwTW-,t
tween the two wan renewed. B&
Mounted Patrolmen Crowthcr -WW ijW"
yurs and Driver Sullivan refPonJi
the call for the pol ce. Tl W
could. find no one In the houie Mk
to sign a complaint. -m.
Water Applications Made.
Several applications oper1Jfc
made at the office of CftjM
stale engineer, yesterday. Bg'BL1
Slaugh of Vernal desires a sUg
an unnamed wash In ntah coum,g
W. Curry of Myton JfJg,
Jamcsr E- Hcwctt of E"tefri,inJ
He nry Uurgos's spring.
county; Moroni S. McAffee. mp
Duchesne from Bock creek.
county, an.l Albert Plooscr. J r"ffwt)
chesno from Duchesne river,
The United Slate- civile. gMfc
slon has nnnounccd cx-un", eert
general clerk in the depart '"eerapejlW
a.sHlstant in Pcl1m,Ktlcat derK
nd accounting and 'j?!"Cnniml1.
the Interstate coin nwru c ectirE,
Complete Informal lo i can do the K
tho money order dllsion 9
Idaho Is Prosperous. rm
William T. Jack. Jron l
of Cassia. Ida., Is InrtW ill a( trim
ncss trip. He salcl ycslrnlM grTC
"m JrtBiio was niakiiira ta
and building up niPMjS he
townr. Tin bold at rec"K,
.which was destroyed by m,
'will oon be rebuilt j H j