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.! ' it 12 THE SALT LAKE TBIBTJNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1907. f
1 NOTED DOCTOR IS
I PLEASED WITH ""
B Makes an liispcetion of Medical
H Department and Expresses
H His Satisfaction.
SH 18 VISITING MEDICAL
! OOLLBGKS OF COUNTRY
mfffl Student Classes Arc Preparing
111 to Meet in a Unique Sing-
IH ing Contest.
Ill Dr. .M. J'. Colwell, secretary o tho
I rounr.il uu medical cdueattou of the
H A.inorican .Medical association, who in
mm making an annual inspection of tho
jH medical departments of Stale . univcrsi-
Wm ties in the lTuitod Statos, visited tho
Rjfl University of Utah Monday nftor-
mm iioou. He. expressed himself as highly
BH pleased with the work being done and
mm tliu nieu who were in charge, of the
mm medical work. This declaration, by
WM Dr. ColweJJ. means that students who
HH do their first two years of medical
IB work at the Tniversity of Utah will
II have no difficulty in en ferine and eon-
m tinuinp heir work at any of the mcdi-
jK i-al school;, inspected and controlled by
the American Medical association.
After making his isnpection of the
medical department.. Dr. Cnlwell spoke
R to the stud?nt?. He explained that the
H educational council of tho American
N Medical association is organised to
H maintain a high standard of efficiency
H i liroughoul the country, and to so assist, (
B and 'co operate in carrying on this
H work that the worh done shall be of
B such an order f liar, the student will bo
H well qualified for practice on leaving
I STUDENT3 TO VIE EACH
OTHER IN SANGEBFEST
A new fcutUrc will be introduced
into student life at the University
Thursday afternoon, when the students
who have done work in tho department
of chemistry during tho past four
years an .to meet with Dr. V. C.
h'baugh for- the fust. Sangorfcst?'
i ever held at tho school. The "Sanger-
fet" will be in the nature of a.
hinging contest between the four col
lege das-see. Each class will have a
number of special songs.
A committee will award the honors.
The judgment of tho commit too will be
much influenced by the manner in
which' the classes stag the song?. Al
ready the air around the University
auipus is full of a little melody, less,
harmony and much noise as a result: of
the preparations which the classes are
making for the contest.
IW He view Appears.
H . .The third number of (be Utah Kdu-
rational Review, the official organ of
HI the faculty of the University, of Utah.
Bj made its appearance Monday. The is-
j p:ie is attracting attention because
U there is no "academic" discussion of
9 football in the present, issue, and be-
IJ cause the "academic" discussion of
th? first issue caused a young insurrec-
gfl 1 ion around the University. The pres-
U :nt issue contains an article on the
H home library by I'rof. Howard Driggs.
BJ The smelter smoke problem is briefly
H "discussed and explained by Dr. W. C.
I Gowns to Have HockIr.
The senior class of the University
has placed its order for the caps and
gowns thai, will be worn by its mem
bers during commencement week. The
seniors will introduce, a new feature in
the gown this year by adding a hood,
which will be signilicenr of the depart
ment from which the student comes.
I WILL PAY NO MORE
I BOUNTIES THIS YEAR
The fund provided 153- the Logisla
H lure for paying bounties on 'wild aui-
BBJ mals. for the. present year is exhausted
H and Auditor Edwards has directed
Bj ("'ounry Clerks throughout the Stnto to
B dsseoutinuo the issuance of warrants
BJI for bounties. The last, Legislature np-
BJJ propria ted $20,000 for two years and
of this amount more than $9000 has
J been paid one to .date of I ho $10,000
Bj for ibis year.
Bj Of the extermination fund of $10,-
BJ 000 promised by the sheepmen,
fll only about $900 had come in to Do-
II cumber J, owing, it 'is said, to hard
I Dr. L. F. irunimer has reopened his
office at. stiito .123-1 2-1 in tho Mercantile
Annex, corner Third South and Main
MRS. DRUYER WISHES
TO MAKE INQUIRY
County Clerk Eldredge received tho
following letter Monday from Mrs. X
O. Druyer of Lcndville, Colo.:
"l.eadvillc .14 1907.
To Tho Probato Oourd of Salt Lake.
I wich To make a Tnquisry a Bout
a Mr, John B. Druyer That went to
Sanlt Lake Lately To a Tent his
Mothers Fund SJic Lives on state
streot ho cnulds her his sister But I
Do bclvo hnt.it. is his Bother But he
Ous owe Allimoncv for mer Then a
luvou vcarcs and f want To find out
if 1 can get hold of anv Proppurtv or
money. J would Like To find and if
IThare is a Will fn The Probato Court
from Miss Elizabeth Druyer To .John
P.. Druyer Plcaso Let me know -when
it is mature. T Beman KeSpoCtful.
Mis. J. C. Druyer, 123 Iv 4 si."
I COMMITTEE AT WORK
The committee of nine which was
appointed to prepare an address to the
country and CongrcsB, sotting forth the
Konse of the convention held recent
Iv at the Commercial club, and em
bodying suggestions for the relief of
the financial stringency, and especially
for the coinage of additional silver
11101103-, WU hold a meeting some dav
this week. The members of the com
mittee have been working on thu mat
ter, and. by the end of tho week, it is
expected the address will bo in .such
chnno that it may be discussed in open
lift SUNSET PHOTOGRAPHS
RIB Make nice Christmas presents. Call
WmU "1 see oar sunsets and mountain
WkM scenery. Harry Shiplcr, Commercial
BE Plytogrdphcr, 151 Main.
MRS. ANNA BRADLEY
COMING TO SALT LAKE
It Is Reported That She Will
Leave Washington Some
Time This Week.
Mrs. Anna Bradley, recently ac
quitted b3 a jury in Washington,
D. C, of tho chnrgc of murdering
former United States Senator Arthur
Brown, will lcavo Washington for
Salt Lako some time this week.
This was tho information received
here Monday night bv Judge O. W.
Powers. Mrs. Bradley's counsel during
her trial. Widls, Hoover & Wells, the.
Washington attorneys associated with
Judge Powers in the trial of the murdor
case, wired Iho Judge the information
concerning Mrs. Bradley's probable
There is httlo question but that it
has been ncccssar3' for Mrs. Brndlo to
work as much as nossihlo in Washing
ton since tho trial, as her means are
known to bo exhausted. Several stories
have been printed relativo to hor
efforts to go to work. It will probably
bo Fridnx- or Saturday before Mrs.
Bradlc3' arrives here. It may possibly
be Mondny of next week, as it is not
known for sure just fho da3' upon
which she will leave Washington. Slio
will slay with relatives while here, and
may go lo Goldfluld Inter. The two
children will bn with her.
Mrs. Hradlo' is coming to take steps
toward breaking the will left b- Arthur
Brown, in which he expressly stated
that; Mrs. Brady's two children should
not share in his estate. Judge Powers
has expressed himself as of the opinion
that this will can be broken and the
two boys given a share in the estate,
it is believed that Mts. Bradley has
fully determined to trv and break the
TRIES TO END LIFE
Of TAKING POISON
Would-Bc Suicide Who Wants
"to Rest" Swallows Large
Dose of Morphine.
Kanny Hourlyshall. J 18 West South
Tempi-?, took morphine Monday night and
fonplit tho police and a. phyatclnn for
forty-Ilvo minutes to prevent them fiom
relieving her suffer-Intr. SI10 .would Rivo
no rooson for her altenipf to commit sui
cide except that slii wanted "to rest."
She Is the wifo of Rd irou.lvshall, wlio
recently came (o Halt I.nke from Gold
field, where Ik; conducted a restaurant.
A "out a weolc aco h purchased the
American Cafe. 62 West South Terhplc.
His wife had worked ar the restaurant
nil day and returning to hor room about
1 o clock look morphine. The poison was
purchased the day hoforo upon tho ploa
that she was nddleted to the us? of the
drug. The woman Is out of danger.
Motion pictures, illustrated songs
orcheslm music, and a bowl of Brau
ning's delicious chili con earne, all for
10 cents. How's that'.' Main street,
opposite Walker's store. Come
BREE0EN EXPLAINS HIS
POSITION ON TAX MATTER
Attorney-General Breeden says he
was done, an injustice in the matter of
''S alleged agreement, with Lawrence
& Bobcrtson. regarding tho corpora
tion tax. It was stated that Mr.
Breedon has agreed that no suits should
be filed against any corporation until
the constitutionality of ihc (a- -was
finally passed upon by Hie Supreme
courL but he says this was error. What
ho did agree to, he says, was that,
with the. consent of the Secrelnry of
btate. he would not attempt to en
force payment against any of Iho 108
companies represented bv Lawrence it
Bobcrtson, pending a final determina
tion. Gov. Cutler said Monday that so
far as he was concerned he" would not
grant immunity to anv corporation
which failed to pay tho tax. His idea
is that the corporations should obey
the Inw. and if it. .is determined that
tho law is unconstitutional, the monev
paid on tho tax will be refunded. After
January 15 no corporation will be per
mitted to pa3' the tax without, adding
the $100 fino for failure fo pay before
Exceptional Saving Opportunities
Thai, come jus); nl the right tinio.
Don't fail to attend the half-price sale
this week. Mehcsy, tho Furrier.
Silk Pajamas, Silk Night Robes. Hose
and Neckwear neatly boxed for Christ
mas. W. E. .FIFE CO.,
Brown, Terr- & Woodruff Co.
COLORED PEOPLE HONOR
THE GREAT POET, WHITTJER
The colored peoplo celebrated with
appropriate literary exercises the cen
tonnry of the birth of iho. great
humanitarian and poet of freedom,
John Grecnlcaf Whittier, .Monday
night. Tho Rev. Daniol Arthur Brown
of the First Baptist church delivered
the principal address. The subject of
his address was, "Tho Meaning of
Freedom. The Rev. John W. Morris
of the A. M. Iv. church conducted tho
devotional exorcises. A brief int.ro-ductorj-
addresa was given by Pastor
Allen on tho "New England Aboli
tionists." Thero were also several
papers relating to the life of Whittier,
besides a number of recitations and np.
propriate musical selections.
Delinquent Sale Begins,
Treasurer Groesbcolc received S12.3P0.37
Monduy in delinquent taxes. Tho sale
nf property began Monday afternoon but
only a few sales were made. Tho Treas
urer Ih Riving delinquents cvnrv possible
opportunity to pay up before soiling their
Isn't It About Tinio
that shabb3' Toilet Set of vour friend's
was replaced by a new one? What is
in better taste than one in cbonv
F. J. HILL DRUG CO..
"Tho Never-Substitutora." '
Visit Branning s novel Chili Parlors
on Main, opposite Walker's store. La
dies cspcciully invited.
lfji 111111 or
"Tip" Relcher Says Sullivan's
"Pal" Is Notorious Half
POLICK SCATTER NEWS
OF REWARD BROADCAST
Owen Denies Acquaintance With
New Suspect, and Remains
Mysterious as has been the presence of
a third person In the hold-up of the Al
bany bar. Saturday morning, by .loo Sul
livan and John Owens, who are supposed
to liav; shot and killed Patrolman Charles
S. Ford, while making their escape, tho
police believe tboy liavo at lnut discov
ered the identity of the man, and elalnj
ho Is known In all the Western Status
na "Garcln. the Moxican porch climber."
Owens has maintained that the third
man was a stranger to him, hut he Judged
from bin appearance that lie was a mu
latto. "Tip" Holcher. the bartendor ar
rested hi a rniil on the Kimball house,
has enlightened the police regarding Gar
cia. Mo said he is a half-breed Mexican-Chinese
and an cx -convict, having
put in secon years al Canon City, Colo.
Garcia, according lo Holcher, came to
Salt Lake about tho 1st of November,
nnd boga.11 operations. J Us method was
lo hide In Belcher's house during tho
day, sleeping or rending novels, and steal
out at night. Making a pallet on the
floor, putting one gun under his pillow,
and keeping anqthcr by his side. Garcia,
when pleeplng, was nlways armed In case
of a surprise.
Belcher declares be was afraid of Gar
cia and that was why he let him stay in
his rooms. JIc said further that Garcia
and Sullivan had met for the first time
th? day after Sullivan was released from
the. Slate prison, a -,veok ago Inst Mon
day. Garcia With Sullivan.
The police have discovered jewelry in
pawnshops which 1ms been traced to Gar
cia, and Identified by pumons whose
houses and rooms were plundered by
Ihieves operating in the manner of Jhe
half-bieed porch climber. They are. con
fident that he and Sullivan are attempt
ins: to escape together
Monday the police were kept busy run
ning down falso tips on Sullivan, lie was
reported to have been seen In a half
dozen different places, and Iho officers
to make sure that no opportunity to cap
ture hhn would be let slide, ran down
Clrcularn have been issued, advertis
ing Iho reward and gi Ing a minute de
scription of the outlaw. These ore being
distributed all over tho country. Chief
Pitt says he Is sure the police will get
Sullivan, because overy train leaving the
cliv is searched by I he officers and the
authorities In every large city have been
notified to look out for him.
Owens lias steadily refused to make a
full confession. He says that he war,
merely tho "lookout" in the anair at the
Albany bar und that Sullivan and tho
third man did tho work. lie denies Unit
he was acquainted with Garcia, and has
persisted in describing lilm as a negro.
The police have telegraphed to Canon
City for a full history of Garcla's record.
When the Doctor Calls
and leaves a prescription 3011 wish it
filled In a hurry. Telephone us that
wo may send for it, compound and re
turn jt to vou promptly.
F. Jl HFLL DRUG CO..
"The Tscver Substitutors. "
Where purity is superior 10 nil else.
IS STRICKEN OEAO
IN MIDST OF WQBK
Aged Photographer Succumbs to
Sudden Stroke of Apo
plexy. I I3T111U Sainsbury, The veteran pho
tographer of Salt Lake, died of apo
plex3 Monday forenoon at tho estab
lishment of the Salt Lako Photo Supply
company, where he was employed. The
shock occurred about fl:30 o'clock. Mr.
Sainsbury had juat come out of the
dark room with "a plate that he had de
veloped and. holding it up to the light,
remarked that it might be "a little
ovcrdovelopcd." As he turned toward
the dark room he fell dead to tho floor.
Dr. Bowers was hastily summoned and
said that death was due to the burst
ing of a blood vessel in the head. Ex
cept for a slight headache from which
ho had been sufl'cring sinco Saturday,
Sainsbury was in apparent good health.
The bod3" was talcon to an undertak
ing parlor, but no arrangements have
yet. been mado for the funeral. As
Mrs. Sainsbury is not well, some fenr
is foil for tho effect of tho ncvs on
Mr. Sainsbury was born in Ports
mouth, England, 1853. He camo to
this countr3 about thirty yoars ago
with his father. Tho family settled
at Springville. For fifteen years ho
was connected with the establishment
of C. F,. Savago, and later formed a
number of partnerships with photo
graphers.' He has occupied his present,
position for the past three years. He
is survived by a widow and five chil
dren, the 3-ouiigc.st of whom is 11 3cars
Salt Lako Photo Supply Co.
Kodaks and kodak finishing. 142
PAI PROF. GABDIFF
Oily Judge Decides That U"
Instructor Is Entitled to Dif
ference in Salary.
Judge W'hitaker rendered his declMon.
Monday. In the case of Prof. 1. D. Car
diff against Prof. R. V. Chamberlain, the
plaintiff and defendant both being pro
fessors in the Cniverslty of Utah.
Professor Cardiff sued Professor Cham
berlain for S-iO!, alleging that Professor
Chamberlain had offered him a position
here at from 2000 to 52200 a year, anri
I hat he was only able to secure a. posi
tion paying him UJ50 when he came to
Salt Lake. Judgment was rendered in
favor of the plaintiff for srtoO.
FOR S AJjE BILLIARD AND POOL
A lot of billiard nnd pool fable
equipment from Redman Van and
Storage coinpanv's warehouse fire: also
lot: of cigar and drug at ore show oases.
The .f. P. Paulson company, 170 West
Second South 3trc,ct.
Special Sale Framed Pictures.
Midgley-P.odcl Co.. 33 E. First South.
This Waterworks System of Ours f
T (INSTALLMENT No. 3) T
r Tt may be interesting to know thai, the largest brewery in Sail f
-l Lake has been unying for water under the instructions of Superintendent -r
v Uines on an estimated consumption, because, as is claimed, tho rearrange- S
I menf, of the water mains intcrlored with the workings of the meter. But, as J
-f in the case of tho Rio Grando Railwav company, a meter wa.s again in- f
I stalled a few weeks ago, after Tho Tribuuo began to investigate these v
! things. f
I- This brcwon is 1)3' far the greatest in the mountain Wesl. It ships r
I beer In- the carload to surrounding towns, ft supplies perhaps half the f
r beer in the city, and beer drinkers say 'there is no bettor beer on earth." I
r There, is an ice plant in connection, which also con8unn6 much water. I-
r If there is ouo institution that, needs more wafer than an-ico factory, v
I it is a brcwerv. There is a tremendous amount, used in beer-making, r
I and millions of gallons arc needed to w.ish the kegs and barrels and
i bottles. A brewciw is fairly soaked with water. "
r This particular brewery paid for water used (estimated number of -5
I- gallons) but $fio in .rune, $73.30 in July, $75 in August, and for September, !
!- October and November. ."r322.-10. or a total for six months of $53;). 30. f
-I- The monthly average is but $85. SS, or at this rate for tho year, $1030.50. r
I- The Salt Lake Tribune pays more than half this amount. Think of -
-r- a newspaper using half as much water as a big brcwen-, ice plant, and 4
I bottling works! " .j,
! Tho Tribune docs not pa3 more than it, should, either. r
Some persons will want to know win a meter could not have been
used at this brewery, even if thero vasa rearrangement of the water -I
mains. Tho supply was not. shut olf, aud a meter can bo placed whero
4 there is a water main, can it not? .j,
I- A mistake was mado by tho moter reader, it, is alleged, in tho case
I of Hewlett Bros., a year ago. The November, 1900, charge was $1.50.
I while that for December was $S.20. That is quite an institution, ' and
-5- doubtlessly used considerable water. The charge of $8.20 for one month f
'V would seem reasonable, and ordmari' nothing would be Ihought of !-
f- such n charge. .
I- Attention was called to the increase, and it was conceded by the
-r water department that, an error had been made. As a consequence fho r
J- Hewlett, Bros.' meter wa.s not visited, the records show, a singlo tinio f
'I' this year! Just waiting to catch up with that $S20, and the surprising !
i thing is, that even the $S.20 was not paid in! .j.
! These tiro samples of the first-class management of this waterworks f
1- system of ours. There are others. Sonic even more remarkable. !
r Another brewery man is accorded favors wholh out of keeping 4
with the law and common sense, while, others, similarly situated, track f
Die laws and rules to the letter. For instance, lie owns an up-town hall !
r fo be specific, Harmony hall. Th'w hall, though on a separate meter,
f and, of course, an altogether different, business wholl3 apart from the b
brewery is granted tho same rate as the brewen. Tho law would com- v
f pel him to pay the lO-cent rate on the amount consumed in the hall, but
f ho pays, instead, for J11I3- Gl'j cents per 1000 gallons, and in October
I- 3 9-10 cents per 1000 gallons. Tho brewery onh paid $32.70 in July and
$34.5)5 in October. It is a big brewery, too. "4.
The Keith building paid for July $25.00, and $3!M5 in October. 4
And yet the motor records show a vastly greater amount of water con-
4- sumcil by the browe than the Keith building.
I If the samo privilege were extended 10 David Keith that there is 4-
to tho owner of the Jrisher brewer that of pa3ing for all of his 4
water at the rate given that particular property of his that uses tho largest 4
n- quantity di.'icrimi nation could not bo charged. The brewery, in July is $
r reported to have used but 10,051 gallons daily. Tho rate paid was (31 J cents 4
5- The ordinance, however, fixes the rate for 10,000 and less than" 1 1 000
-v- daily at 9S-10 cents. The meter record for October showed that this 4-
r brewery used 33,2-15 gallons daily. Tho legal rate is 4 7-10 cents, but J-
-r the water department charged but, 3!)-1() cents. j,
f- One of the big livery stables, Farrington s, where an average of -'
I- fiflv horses are kept and a score of vehicles washed daily, was charged
.but, $2.25 for water in July and $15.75 in October. This, Too. on a meter
r basis! The largest stable in the city-, McCoy's, having an average of 4 !
'b 14.1) horses and more, than half that number of vehicles to be washed
'r paid $22.30 in July and tho same amount in October. The meter .stopped 4-
at 7S00 gallons daily both months. Another Jivorv. with an averngo
J- of ninety horses., paid an average of $2-1.58 per month; and still another 4
' Avith but, seveuty horses, paid an average of $34.SS por month. It is -is 4
! diflicult to reconcile ihese meter readings as it is lo reconcile the rates
-r- It coBt one big concern $130.55 for using J,352,8S0 gallons of water
4 during July. August, September and October while another paid but
4- $S0L45 for the same period for using 22,08(1.040 gallons. The difference
4- in the rate is but one-half a mill per 1000 gallons. Neither paid one-haif :-
4- as much as should have been paid.
4 . . .
BLOWS OUT BRAINS
Murray Bartender Ends Life
Despairing Over Love of
SPEAKS TO FRIEND
AND PULLS TRIGGER
Unrequited Affection Drives Ex
Soldier Young Man to
Despondent over the unhappy ending of
a love affair with a girl in tho East. Jack
Wright, 27 - yearn old and known as
"Blackle." a bartender in the Denver sa
loon at Murray, shot himself In the head
with a .'15-callber revolver at 9f45 o'clock
Monday night, dying Instantly.
The suicide was committed In the Den
ver. Jack Samuelson. tho night bartend
er, was lying on one of the billiard tables
In the saloon. 111. when Wright entered.
Tho latter asked Samucluon how ho felt,
and, as SamuelHon replied, ho heard
Wright go in back of the bar. An In
stant later the 'orty-ilvo" roared, and
Samuelson rushed to tho bar lo find
Wright on the floor, dead.
The revolver had bcon bold clone to
the right temple, and tho bullet, passing
through the head, had come, out just be
low the left car and crashed through the
glass window Just on tho opposite 3ido
of the saloon. Wright's body was re
moved to Banks's undertaking establish
ment. The suicide was the culmination of a
love affair between Wright and sonic girl
in the East. Several tiincn of late Wright
had talked rather incoherently to his
friends of having trouble with a woman,
and. Monday afternoon, ho showed several
persons who camo into the Denver a pic
ture of a child about 3 years old, and
claimed to bo Its father, lie had never
shown the picture before.
The suicide was premeditated, for early
in the- evening Wright lold his roonimato,
Dave Searcy, that ho wa.s "going to do
away with himself." Ho attended bar
during the day at tho Denver, and seemed
to be in particularly good spirits Mon
day. Ho drank very little.
When he entered iho saloon at 9:45
o'clock in tho evening ho appeared ra
tional. "I was lying 011 the billiard table,
feeling pretty sick, when Wright came
In. and I didn't turn over to look at
him." said Sumuelson, the night bartend
or. Monday night. "I heard, htm go be
hind the bar. and a moment later the
bullet from the forty-live' went through
the window across from me."
Wright had a good many friends in
Murray. He ciimc to that place from
Bingham Canyon about a year ago. llo
has been employed at tho Denver most
of the time since. Me was rooming with
Searcy at the Bock rooming house.
After the body had been taken to tho
morgue it was found that Wright had
previously been in the T'nltcd States
army. Tie had In his pocket discharge
from tho Twenty-sixth United Statos In
fantry, dated July J4, Jlio.l. Me also enr
rled a card In the miners" union of Mec
It Is understood that the dead man has
relatives In Canada, and every effort Is
being mado to locate- them at once.
THE BUSINESS HEART
We have moved inlo our new
building, No. 235 Main street,
Salt. Lake City. Wo especially'
invite you to open a new ac
count with us. We accept de
posits subject to check, and
have launched upon a thorough,
commercial banking business.
We also con,tinuo to pay 4 per
cent per annum upon "savings
deposits accepting thorn as
low as ono dollar, and welcom
ing the small depositor as well
as the large. We also continue
fo do a general Irust business,
which includes acting as ad
ministrator, executor, guardian,
trustee, receiver, and in any
fiduciary capacity at a mini
mum cost. We also continue
fo issuo surety bonds for an3
legitimate purpose. We have
our own abstract records and
continue to make the most afc
ctirato and complete abstracts
in the cit3. Wo invito special
attention lo our safety deposit
vaults, and solicit tho pafron
. age of thoso desiring perfect
sccuritx' for their valuables.
These vaults are the best pro
tected from fire and burglars
of any in the West.
If you are not prepared to do
bnsiuess with us, cull anyway
and inspect our new and'eom
UTAH SAVINGS AND TBUST
No. 235 Maiu streot.
In tho Business Heart of the
Branning's unique new Chili Parlor
opens Wedncsdaj, December 18, at
315 South Main, opposite Walker's
store. Ivcat as a pin. Up-lo-dato and
ahead of the times. Orchestra and mo
GOES TO INVESTIGATE
9 WORK OF YOUNG VANDALS
G. Brown, chief probation officer of the
Juvenile court of Salt Lake county, vis
ited Sandy, Monday, to invostigato the ac
tion of fourteen boys who entered tho
new school building at that place and
virtually wrecked tho interior.
Mr. Brown has addressed letters to the
parents of the hoys and will visit Sandy
again tills week to ascertain what has
been done In the matter.
The funeral services of Brother
Charles S. Ford will be held in the
Elks' club house Tucada3, the 17th
inst., at 2 o'clock p. m. AH members
of the order arc requested to attend.
W. P. COOPER, Exalted .Ruler.
By A. W. Raybonld, Socy.
Knights of Pythias.
The funeral of Brother Charles S.
Ford will be held Tucsda3. Doc. 17!
1907, at 2 p. m., from the Elks' club.
011 State street.
All membors of Bockj- Mountain
I lodge No. 3, Knights of Pythias, and
I visiting brothers are requested to at
tend. S. N. RANDOLPH, C. C.
Havo You Ordered
Vour Christmas candies yet? We havo 1
Huylcr's, Lownc3-s, Allcgrctti ;s and I
Townsend's glace fruits, tn from one
to live-pound packages, boxes and
baskets. Telephone today.
"Whero the Cars Stop."
' McCoy's Stables.
Carriages and light livery. Phones 81. J
TIHBV IS BOARDER
Files Answer in Suit Brought
for Damages on Man's
St. Mark's hospital filed an answer
in the Third District: court Monday to
tho $25,000 action rcceiitl3' instituted
against it by Jennie Knowles Timby
and Elmor Knowlos Timb', to recover
for tho death of Linus W. Timby, who
was killed by .iun'piK from a lourth
fitory window of the hospital .Inly 14,
.100, whilo in a delirium from the ef
fects of typhoid fever. In the com
plaint, negligence was charged upon
the pari, of the hospital authorities for
permitting Timby to romaiu in a room
with nn unbnrred window.
In tho answer it is set, out that Mr.
Timby emploed his own physician and
a private nurse und that ho wits taken
to the fourth-story room at his own
request, in order that he could be
alone. It also is set out that tho hos
pital authorities had nothing whatever
to do with tho cam of tho patient after
he was taken to the room in question,
and that his physician and nurse, at.
all limes exercised the skill, care and
nursing demanded In his condition. Tt.
further is alleged that Mr. Timln-'s
death whs the result of mischance or
accident, which could not. have been
reasonably expected by his attendants.
Mrs. Thomas Weir's new book of
verse is now on sale at, Callahan's.
Salt Lako Photo Supply Co,, 142
HEBELY SHORES OPIUM
II HIS 01 DOMICILE
Negro Offers Unique Excuse for
Indulging in the "Hop"
W. Blackburn, who is also a "black
man," denied that ho ran an opium
don in the American house annex,, al
though he admitted to Judge Diohl
that he sometimes smoked a little
"hop" his own room. His case was
continued until Tuesday at 2 o'clock.
A. G. Nottingham, charged with va
grancy, and ono of the men caught
in the raid of the Ajnerican house Sun
day )uight, told tho court ho was a
hard-working man nnd all ho over did
out of the way was to go to Black
burn's Toom aiid nmoko opium. Not
tingham's testimon3 was voluntoered.
Job Smith, who was haled into Po
licfi court for sleeping in tho Oregon
Short Line yards, tola Judgo Diehl, in
a mixture of little English and much
Bohemian, that ho had "walked from
Ogden to Salt Lake looking for work.
His honor Beached the courtroom for au
inf.erprotor, and, finding none, -labored,
himself to make Smith understand that
tho court was willing to discharge him
if he would keep on walking and look
for work outsido of Salt Lake. Smith
isaid he was willing.
Derelict Is Discharged.
Joseph Sadler was before Judge Diehl
Monda3 afternoon and pleaded guilty
to stealing a package of tigs, valued
nt 10 cents, front a stand on Market
Bow. Owing lo tho presence of his
wife, who told tho court that her hus
band had never been able to work
since he was in a railroad wreck pome
two rears ago, and that- she was doing
all she could to support him aud two
children, Sadler was dismissed on prom
ising that ho would never repeat tho
"Vag" Gets Lodging.
Thomas Dillon, a healthy-appearing
"vag " was sentenced to thirty days
in jail. Bay Kent, an .18-year-old bov,
accused of vagranc3'. was released bv
tho court on his own recognizance, to
appear before Judgo Diohl Tuesday aft
ernoon and reoeivo his sentence Joo
Aron, charged with vagrancy, and ar
rested whilo asleep in the tfaglo Gate
saloon, told the court that, he wasa
working man and had a job. Tho
court released him on his own rccog-.
nizanco to appear Tuesday afternoon,
as Judgo Diehl desired to look into
A BEAL ART.
The art of bread baking has
Tcached the height of perfec
tion in our bakery the clean
est bakery that we know an3--thing
about, aud we'vo scon
a lot of them at home and
Wo make H0y.1l bread in a
dozen varieties, each ono the
best of its kind to bo had,
our latest product beinir
ROVANUT, which you can
get of an dealer and which
is gaining daily in popular fa
vor. The B0y.1l label is on
every loaf. but. the tasto of the
broad will tell you where it
comes from without the label.
ROYAL BAKING COMPANY.
TEACHERS NOT TO
RECEIVE "PIN" MONEY
Teachers who attend tho State Insti
tute at Provo. early In January, will not
be paid as they worn In January 0f tho
present year, when the Institute was held
ut pgden. Tim Institute will bo held
during tho Christmas vacation and the
action taken last January will not bo
HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES
Via Oregon Short Lino, Decern bor 10th
and 20th Round trip to- Denver,
( olorado Springs, and Pueblo, $19 75.
to Omaha or Kansas Citv. asa 00 to
San Francisco direct, $33.'o0'; to 'Los
Angeles, via San Francisco, $42.00.
Tickets good thirty days. City Ticket
Office, 201 Main street.
Tlie Extraordinary Price
Cutting at Mehesy's this week will
enable, every lady to wear furs. Evor--thmg
at half-price. Knutsford hotel
and Treasurer, f
Three Servants of Sail t'l
Beam $700 AdiiihJ
early Compensation. ?
" " I
The three ordinances. incrM,. !
ailar.es of the City Reeo 1
and Treasurer from $1300
.rear were called up
Monday evening's aSI0
Council. Tho ordinam-c. JJ3
Pending 31J1C0 last Octobnr n S
the fact that City At I
-lvrl the CouciAt"
ordnance3 tl3 t0 'Wiiy-j
$50 a month and t 1
Attorney Doy that h
ion. 1.1 oilico could no VS
the incrcaso aud thev .i r'v
The .vote on the on U'uV
evening, was unanimous '
Trader & Co. ordinances .
connection with the "newM
keeping accounts, which wHl tS?
operation tho first of l?o PBt
ref erred lo the Committee 2?
pal Laws and tho (Mtv Aii Ilti
ordinances provide that all ,T
tho Treasurer's office bo Lnn
and that balances be P?
dcr tho new system it V n j' 1
lo ascertain tile Saot In'5 ?J Jg
tho various funds at the clf,. A"
day s business and rSpotSi
to tho Auditor by the Trier "I
Payment ou Sewer. ' i
Councilman Black introduce , 1
ntion providing that James Kin2
be Pa,d $20 387 on account 0f 3
the intercepting sewer, tho amS?
ncr 7o per cent of the lo por S
held upon his contract tL r, -will
tab Savings and Trust conpurfl
the i necessary consent and waim "'
Chief, of Police Tom D. Pit ?U
permission to appoint from one tot
extra policemen. between uowarJ J
ary 1, , at. salaries of .flO a for riS
C hief Charles T. Vail of fho fiJ
partmciif announcod that lift ffi
inoved O. IMtengill for the S
the service. JI,fi action was if A
Spencer fTuwson aslcc.l that iL m
for of paving Broadway be ixt3
lor six months, adding "that fa dm
erty owners had not been able fo m
upon Iho mutter. Ft was ordered tj
fho street bo paved at once. S
The matter of the payment of H2J
the nmount of a judgment imrdl
Mrs. Abboline Barnes against tl eri
was referred to the CommitfcVi
Public Grounds. Tho sum in mmU
is for a boiler at the TCnnri Sprii
over which thero was a disputs. i
The Board of Public Works submit
an estimate in favor of Jarr.ei Kt
nody for ?13,S6S.fjD for work on the i
tercopting sewer. Approved. y
Chief of Police Tom Pitt adriied t
Council tha tho had refused to spprj
tho application of the Thil Zanj Bit
ing com pan - for a liquor licence at
Richards street, becauso there ii
skating rink for women and chilii
at 51 Richards Ktrecl. I?efcrrd to t
Committee on Licenses. fi
Tie also announced the followire i
poinfments: George F. White, Rt
Jones and TVilliani Good3ell as sped
policemen, without pay from the til
Confirmed. Tho Chief nlso anEoat
the revocation of the appointment,'
Cou Haley as special policeman fori
Denver Bio Grande conipanj. A
Inspection of WatsrvrorkJ. j
City Eugnieer Kelsov adviffd A
Council that the inspection of tie fl
provcmentB receulv completed at U
Utah lake pumping plant vcs!d'l
made December 23. A special In
over tho Bio Grnnde will leave tie ei
at S:30 a. m. aud luncheon uD
served at the. Lehi Commervisl t
Members of the present Council, 25 w
us tho new. Council, are invilel. T
communication was filed. 5
The Cit3 Engineer recommended u
a gas engine be used at the pompi
plant of the intercepting sewer itMjj
of a gasolino engine. The. Utah .1
and Coke cotnpaii3 olTcrs to furauil
as follows: Ninot3' cents per ttcra
cubic feet for tho first L'000 feel;;
cents for tho next 20.000 feel, aed(
cents for all over 22,000; in eiee
100,000 feet, (10 cents per thoiMiNM
furred to the Committee on Finiace.
City Auditor Alff transrrutW I fj
rolls for tho various dcpartrnfDtt,
gregating $10,822.01. Approved.
The City Auditor asked that
bo transferred from tho street 1?
to cover the city's portion of p
extension No. 20. Approved. ,
Tho City Auditor reported lie J
lowing estimates: Hruiley nf
eighth and final estimate for. pBFi
tension No. 2(3, $3912.53; .ton.
estimate for sewer tns,0VnJ
in favor of Davis. Ilenser i
$59-10. 04. Approved j1
Quarters Soiling in Now York City m
12 and 13 Cents Each.
The season of sensations h uM
in Hill blast, especially a '"J
Drug Corner, where I n mcf PT W
in many numbers steals tbMByj
glass to greet the senses, me fU-TM
ticc is next door south.
CHARGE MURRAY W03IAX J
Mir. Mary .Smith of SSm
our, trouble. lU-ccntly It aa e
the good poople rneqM
subscription to dlsHiar n flT
upon Iho proparty of Mi. J wn
bet. Mr. Smith was one ,tej
tors, and Is Paid lo hiiAf jtffM
which she is now c tarped m , ( JK
Mrs. Smith pleads t A
entered and the money stolen- am
Hand Painted China SaU .11
By Mrs. Josephine X$$iM
Third South. Sale every nficm
til Christmas. ;M
BOOK SALE. .
10 per cent reduction on a
Moon 's Book store, 200 -Msw