OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, April 06, 1890, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1890-04-06/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

T
ri
t
r
1t j ID SALT E J3ZEKAEJ SUNDAY APRIL 6 1890 I
TT 1
57LOTS AF t150 EACH wt
0
Commencing on Monday April7 Positively for One Week Only I
PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED EVERY WEEK FOR THE ENTIRE SEASON
For a Small Investment an Absolute Certain 500 Per Cent Profit
1
Call at 274 S Main Street near Clift Honse GREENES OFFICE II
For Full Particulars see Seventh Column Fourth Page of this Weeks Herald I
Whyvyill you suffer from indigestion and
dyspepsia 1 Simmons Liver Regulator is
pleasant and cures
Fans and parasols at SlaloM Bnos
OIl THE CARPETS
arc elegant at Dinwoodeys
WANTEUBID3
For plowing seeding and harrowing fifty
to one hundred acres of land into lucern
Apply to Fred H Auerbach
YOU CAN 31AKE MONEY
By buying lots in Lincoln Park on the
East bench slope Look it up
C E WANTLAXD 201 Main street
IVORY PATENT AND ROYAL GORGE
excel all other flours in quality Ask your
grocer fo it
Spencer Bywater Co have removed
to opposite the city ball where they are
prepared to do all kinds of tin work roof
ing guttering galvanized iron work etc
Kid gloves and silk gloves at
SIMON BROS
Childrens Aprons
New Line Childrens Coats
Childrens Dresses
Hand Hemstitched
Flouncings
The only line that will be shown
here this
Season
Stamped Linen
Latest Novel ties
in
Ribbons
Fancy Screens
Hosiery
Summer Corsets
t Fans
Handkerchiefs
Latest Neckwear
White Goods
Laces
Lisle and Silk Underwear
All Shrifts
We are showing goods in every depart
ment that cannot be seen in any other
house The Lace House
950 baby carriages at Dinwoodeys The
best and cheapest line ever shown in
Utah
Our stock of white goods the most com
plete ever shown in this citySDIOX
SIMON BROS
SALT LAKE MILL ELEVATOR COMPANY
handle all kinds of grain in carload lots
and guarantee to meet custom prices to
dealers
YOU CAN BUY
A brand new cabinet grand upright piano
for 350 by paying 25 down and S1U per
month until paid for By calling at the F
E Warren Mercantile Co music store No
10 East 2d South street you can be con
vinced of the above facts
SPECIAL SALE OF EASTER JJOVELTIES
at Ladies Bazaar Choice Needlework
Scott Auerbach block Room 44
Get your signs of Peterson a Brown 63
W 1st South St
t
SPECIAL CONFERENCE TRAINS
During conference the Utah Central will
run special trains between Ogden and Salt
Lake city The train will leave Ogden
daily at 740 am and arrive at Salt Lake
at 020 It will leave Salt Lake at C pm
I and arrive in Ogden at 730
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Call on Chas E Angell Second South
opopsite Cullen hotel Acreage a specialty
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
Fortysix feet business property on Main
street between Third and Fourth South
at 750 per foot Easy terms Apply to
J E BAMBEUGER
Tale a good sized puddle j
Fill it up with mud
Let a horses hooflet
Strike in it with a thud
Just as you are pasing
Then your bosom white
v Comes out polka dotted
And you long to fight
Smooth your little temper
To our laundry trot
Leave your garment with us
Well remove each spot
Thor STEAM LAUNDJIY
142 Main street
AUCTION AUCTION
Household goods on Monday April 7th at
10 oclock sharp at the residence of C B
Marldand No 457 East Second South
street opposte Twelfth ward meat market
Cherry bedroom sets line book case refrig
erator and antique extension table side
board large mirror handsome rockers and
couches cheffonier fine boJv Brussels
carpets toilets and wire cots fine heating
stoves commode hanging lamp table cut
lery crocicery tubs and wringers ten yards I
linoleum canned and bottled fruits center
tables and stands hall rack fifty feet hose I
and sixhole Van range
These goods arc all nearly now
J L DUUOIN Auctioneer
We have just listed one of the choicest
fiveacre tracts on the east drive Fronts
east is in perfect condition for platting
price reasonable and terms easy Bowman
4Si Lowd opera house building
PILES PILES
Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind Bleeding and Itching Piles
when all other Ointments have failed It
absorbs the tumors allays the itching at
once acts as a poultice gives instant relief
Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared only for piles and Itching of the pri
vate parts and nothing else Every box
is warranted Sold by druggists or sbnt
by mail on receipt of price 50 cents and 1
per box
WILLIAMS MFO Co Props
Cleveland O
Sold by Z C M I Drug store
I I
FAlrqstroriJ T W Elltbe k o5Sfichads I
DJ QETORS j < PWMrttl5C 1 TKoyWdc qmg OHHardy I
L j BoLivrrobcrt5r f coM Cat1091 MECummcl1jS
I
1ft tahrnmerdal avingsanl II r I
5f tffI AJo Jt1500 i
C N R lBANJlG BJ15t55 I
fCCOUjJ15 OLJCI1ED
iI 5 R I
5J6iP tJ crot 4JY = J f2OOO OO I
ZUlYXUrtdhPd7of 4 < I
J 1f l A r
I flt JjJift JIvE 1
J 1L Cashier I I I
II I
You dont have to continue dosing with
Simmons Liver Regulator Often a little
cures effectually
THE BUS AND TRANSFER BUSINESS
of Salt Lake city is now conducted by the
Grant Bros company We meet all trains
and run to all hotels Best livery carriage
and horse service ORDER CARRIAGE FROM
OUR TRAIN MEN
Commencing Sunday March 16 Union
Pacific will put on Pullman dining cars to
run between Kansas City and Denver on
its new limited vestibuled train No 201
and 202 This train is the new joint be
tween Chicaco and Denver via Kansas
City running from Chicago to Kansas
City over the Chicago 8i Alton and from
Kansas City to Denver over the Union Pa
cific The dining cars are built and oper
ated by the Pullman company and have all
modern conveniences
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEMMOUNTAIN DIVI
SION
The following low rates will be in effect
from stations on the Union Pacific system
for conference travel to Salt Lake city and
return
FROM FROM
Green River 8 95 Opalun 8 jQ
Bryan 8 CO FossiLu 9 70
3ranger 7 75 Cokevilleuull 00
Carter 6 GO Ironton u 323
Piedmont 5 GO Rush Valley 2 85
Aspen 5 20 Cedar Fort 2 00
Hilliarduu 5 05 Ogden 1 50
Evanston 41 55 Hooper 1 25
Wasatch 4 10 Syracuse Junction 1 15
Castle Rock 3 75 Layton 1 00
Echo 3 10 aysvillo 0000 85
Coalvllle 3 o FaIniten 60
Park City 00 4 00 Centrev1l1eu 45
Weberuuu 2 Woods Cross 35
Petersonn 2 8Cermanla 30
Uintahu 1 80 Irancltlynun 30
Hot Springs 1 8jILmemlahlsu 40
Willardm 2 Junctlon 50
Brigham 2 35ISaudy 00 S
Collinstonu 3 15Draper 75
Mendonum 3 55LehLmmn 1 30
Logan 380 Lehi Junctionn 1 20
Smlthtieldu 4 10 American Fork 1 40
Richmonduu 4 3 PlefisantGrove 1 50
Franldinu 4 GojLake Viewuu 1 75
Preston 5 00 Provo 00 00 uu 2 00
Battle Creek 5 OJ Springvllle 2 15
Oxfordn 5 50 Spanish 1ork 235
McCammon 6 70 Benjamin 2 ro
Pocatello u 7 00 Payson 00 2 50
Blacltfootu 8 0 i Santaquin uuu 2 ro
Eagle Rock 9 J 65 Mona m 300
Market Lakcnl0 3C NcphLuu 3 50
Camas 2 Juab un 4 00
Beaver Gallon12 lIZ eamington 5 00
Montpelier 9 81 Oasis 6 DO I
Soda Springs 8 51 Iilford 00 13 50
Squaw Creek j 0 JI Frisco 0 ro
American Fallsu 8 G roooleu 1 25
Minidoka10 0 C termInus Utah
Kimimauul0 6 j Nevada 1 m
Shoshoneul1 Ii
Tickets will be on sale from April to 6
and will be good for return until April 12 i
inclusive T V PARKER
Gen Passgr Agent Salt Lake
T W LEE
Gen Passgr Agent Portland
C S MELLEN
General Traffic Manager
There will be a convention of the
Womans Suffrage association of Utah held
Thursday April 4 1890 in the Assembly
hall to commence at 2 oclock p m It is
particularly desired that every organization
throughout the territory be represented by
a delegate possible and if not by manu
script All interested in suffrage are cor
dially invited to beipresent
SARAH M KIJIBALL Prest
RACHEL EDWARDS Secy
CHENILLE CURTAINS
The finest chenille curtains ever brought
to this city are now at Dinwpodeya
Prescriptions a specialty at Crismon
Scarff Cos the drggsnsts Try them It
f
l
5x10 rods 8th E between 1st and 2d S with
15room 2story brick house closets bath
rooms hot and cold water only 16000 >
1x6 corner North Temple and 1st W 12000
10x10 corner 2d and O streets S72oO
4xlO 11th E between Brigham and 1st E
streets 5room brick house f 5600
5x10 North Temple between 8th and 9th W
only 2650
6lxl0 4th E between and Jth S 13500
2 < xlO 4tn S between 5th and 6th E 3200
5x10 corner 3d and R streets only 53230
0x30 corner 6th S and 12th E 816500
12f acres part of lot 7 all of 8 and 0 block
I fiveacre plat A 2ljO
SO acres N yt of section 25 T 1 SR2W
5S5 per acre
40 acres N E corner of section 30 Tt S R
1 W SSO per acre
40 acres N W corner of section 30 T 1 S R
1W lID per acre
1GO acres A 1 platting land near Utah Ne
vada railroad only J65 per acre 53000 balance
one year
120 acres section 14 T ISofR 2 W 100
per acre
SENIOR PITT
Real Estate Agents 68 Culrner Block
JOSLIN PARKS
Headquarters for Everything in the
line of
WATCH ES3
Diamonds Jewelry
Silverware Fancy Goods and HoYelties
A New and Elegant Line of
Gorta Sterling Silverware
In Fancy and Table Pieces Just received
We carry a line of goods that are not carried
by any other house Dont fail to see them We
buy direct from the manufacturers Jh not from
the jobbers saving our customers one profit
Clocks Bronzes Gold and SllverheadedCanes
Plated Silverwaref the finest ever displayed in
the west
We have lately added a line of the Celebrated
ELECTRIC RAZORS AND SCISSORS with
and without Cases which make an Elegant
Birthday Present Give us a call and see for
yourselves
Agents for the PATEK PHILIPPE CO
WATCH
SpeciaLAttention Paid to Orders by Hail
1o s LxAI1J STREET
Q
I
p
INCORPORATED
Sign Writers Painters Honse Decorators
AND DEALERS IN
Wall Paper Painters Supplies
107 E First South Street
Opposite City Hall Salt Lake City Utah
Telephone No 433 ESTIMATES FURNISHED
THE WASATCH
PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Best Grades of Roller Process
Flour
TJRANDS HIGH PATENT AND STRAIGHT
Jj Grades all warranted as good as any
made in Utah
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid tor Good
°
Telephone to tho Mills 103 Office 45 East
First South Street
IUxdE 8 to OO
f
r 0
i
PIONEER i
Patent Roller Mills
MANUFACTURERS OF j
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
BRANDS
mEIk I1ILtc5x
Wiici WIeEtt L
3cL1Er No 1
We warn all our customers to be sure that P
they get our flour as some unscrupulous persons
are trying to imitate our brands particular
that ol Bakers No1 All our brands have tha
design of a gold medal and the name ol Ella
Morris appears on every sack
ELIAS MORRIS Proprietor
REMOVAL SALE
I
Wall Paper and Decorations
at cost for 30 days New goods J
and elegant Patterns at Morris I
Shop north of Herald
I
231
21x1O 3room brick stabe
iuy house Cowing well
ill
229
4tIxlO 6room brick Sixth
South Eighth West 3500
1250 cash
5x10 S street corner Fourth
1003
t
Utah Foundry Machine Co
Succesors to R Croft Sons
Iron and Brass Castings
ETC ETC ETC
WROUGHT IRON MD CAST FENCING
Builders Ironware
Mining and Smelting Machinery
RAILROAD ORK
137 f South Temple St Salt Lake City
SA LEVY
Manufacturer the celebrated brand Cigars
THE F OUS
And Other Brands Factory and Salesroom
171 173 S Main St Salt Lake City UT
I
d I
1
Bevare o XI21J tatJO1
NOTICE
TIHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE INCONNEC
THE with their business opened a firstclasS
Livery Feed and Sale Stable
AT THE
UNION PACIFIC DEPOT LEHI
and can furnish all kinds of conveyances nigh
and day
HORSES AND MARES FOR SALE
at reasonable prices Carriages carrying pas
sengers connect with all trains on the Union
Pacific and Rio Grande Western
PEOPLES COOPERATIVE INSTITUN
Dealers in General Merchandise Lehi Utah Co
J B KEYSOR
g
Z
a
crI
Vegetable Vapor and Vitalized Air Given tal
the Painless Extraction of Teeth
Dental Work In All Branches done in th
Shortest Possible Time Prices Keasonabk
and the Best of Work Guaranteed
Dental Parlors In tho ScottAuerbacb build
log Jfln ntrppf First FloorRooms 1 2 and a
PARK CITY PICKINGS
The Coming Performance of the
Deestrict Schule
THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING
trh6 UarrowGuace Will Be Running Into
Park City Before Sunday Next
lGeneral Notes
Some hard york is being done by the
Tcbolars of the Deestrict Schule getting
hings in shape for the grand opening in
he Park Opera house next Wednesday
The piece is one of the funniest handled by
amateurs and our local participants intend
to keep up its reputation in that line The
following IF the programme and names of
jcholars cJ
MORNING SESSION
Song Twenty Years Ago by Ichabod
Philander Veale
Street scene Going to School
Roll call
Song by school
Exercises by A B C class
Recitation Geography
Singing by the school
Recitation Grammar
Spelling
Instrumental music
Nooning
Instrumental music
AFTERNOON SESSION
Song by the school
Reception of school committee
Address of welcome by Polly Jane
Sharp
Composition by Mehitable Arabella
Whitehead
Recitation by Johnny Bunyan Dennis
Song by Pocahontas Hiawatha Cun
ningham and Josephine Jemaha Streator
Declamation by Henry Ward Beecher
Sperry
Dialogue by Glory Ann Latham and
Willie Luther Calvin Boyd
Declamation by Gabriel Hannibal White
head
Recitationby Cynthia Greatsinger Hayt
Poetical Address Mehitable Arabella
WbJtehead
Remarks by School Board
RciBarks by School Master
Plnvinir soncr Auld Lane Sync
Scho ol Master Webster Bismarck Bea
consfieid Short
Scholfrs Polly Jane Sbarp Matilda
Melviny Wilson Samantha Ann Veale
Lynthia Greatsinger Hayt Thankful Trip
linda Ferry Josephine Jerusha Streator
Caroline Clarissa Allen Jomsha Debora
Street Marl ha Prudence Lindsay Dorothy
Melandy Sperry Charity Melissa Tuthill
Mehitable Arabella Whitehead Glory Ann
Latham Pocahontas Kaiwatha Cunning
ham Betsy Delilah Payne Keturah Boun
tiful Williamson Johnny Bunyan Dennis
Isaac Watts Payne Henry Ward Beecher
Sperry Michael McGinty Hayt Willie
Luther Calvin Boyd Gabriel Hannibal
Whitehead Jonathan Fernando Bader
Samson Hercules Lindsay Nebuchadnez
tep Demasthenes Street Abraham Aris
tarchus Perry Jedediah Augustus Liddey
COUNCIL MEETING
The regular meeting of the City council
was held Wednesday evening April2 with
Iayor Newell and Aldermen Berry
Thompson Rogers Kimball and Pearson
present
Minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved
The following bills were read and refer
red to the committee on claims and ac
punts
Pay roll city ofIlcersu S 5S300
Pay rollstreets alleys and bridgcs 273 75
shields Bros streetsalleys and bridges 150
r H Rogers streets alleys and bridges n 7C
P waterworks uuuu 3393
KL B Vnsonh 5000
L Simonmeals to prisoners 18 5
tV H Bennet expense prisoners 250
E KImball coal 28 JO
Totalu n 00 oo 5100353
The reports of the treasurer recorder
police justice and city marshal were pre
sented and referred to the committee on
finance The treasurers report was as fol
lows
To balance on hand March I 18JJ8 99C3 45
Licenses collected 304000
Police justice deposit 12000
City taxes collected 31 S3
Rent 2000
Total h13181 38 I
Paid warrants 870 83
Balance on lined April 1890n 51230450
The recorders report was similar to the
above but showing disbursements as fol
lows
Streets alleys and bridges S 161 00
ity officers 559 00
Fire and water S3 92
Indigent nhn 15 00
Total 773 92
The city marshals report was as fol
lows The total number of arrests for
the month was eighteen of which number
thirteen having paid their fines in cash to
the police justice were discharged four
tvorkcd out their fines and one case is un
tried
The police justices report showed that
jevcntecn cases were tried twelve for
Irunkenncss one for keeping a house of
Jlfame two for obscene language and two
or battery The fines assessed amounted
jo lol of which 120 was paid in cash and
25 1511 labor
The petition of O E Lawrence for re
late on liquor license was read and refer
cd to committee on license who reported
J avoidably and the petition was granted I
Petition of AT McKcndrick for rebate
> f 5 On unused license was not allowed
A communication from Sturges Bryant
ivil engineers was read asking instruc
ions as to the time they should commence
sxamining sources of water supplyete and
m motion the recorder was instructed to
lotify the gentlemen that the city was not
et ready to work and could not say when
hey would be ready
= A communication from the Salt Lake
Novelty company as to numbering the
louses of the city was read and laid on the
able indefinitely
The committee on fire and water pre
jented a written recommendation that the
ity purchase 1000 feet of hose hook and
adder truck one dozen rubber coats and
ne dozen firemens hats
On motion the committee was instructed
i
1
to prepare an estimate of probable cost and
report at next meeting Committee on
streets alleys and bridges asked for more
time to report on petition of G A Brown
to number houses
Committee on claims and accounts re
ported favorably on all bills referred to
them and on motion the1oport was adopted
and warrants ordered drawn Committee
on finance reported favorably on monthly
reports referred to them and en motion the
report was adopted On motion the com
mittee on city property were instructed to
purchase a horse and cart for city use I
Meeting then adjourned
GENERAL NOTES
The Park City Light Heat and Power
company annual meeting of stockholders
was held at Wilson Snyders office Thurs
day afternoon and the following board of
directors was elected Barney Riley E
C Williamson M H Quirk W G Rob
son and D C McLaughlin At the direc
tors meeting Barney Riley was elected
president E C Williamson vicepresi
dent and W G Robson treasurer No
secretary was elected Nearly all the stock
was represented and the meeting was har
monious throughout
Mud Mud 1 Mud
The New West and Catholic schools had
vacations during the last week
JM Wilmans was back in town this
week He left for San Francisco Friday
morning
Police Justice Hayt was down to Ogden
Thursday
David Keith spent Thursday in Salt
Lake
E E Baker national organizer of the
Patriotic Order of Sons of America is in
town in the interests of that order and has
secured enough names for a camp which
will be instituted as soon as the necessary
arrangements can be made
Regular trains will be running over the
Utah Central between Salt Lake and Park
City next week The new road will be
welcomed to Park City with delight The
usual expression heard is What a bless
ing The change from four hours to two
hours in going to Salt Lake is deligntful
even to think of Judging from the town
talk the little road is going to be well pat
ronized
Prof McNiel the dancing master gives
a grand opening ball on Tuesday evening
Tickets are out for the concert and ball
to be given by the Daughters of Rebekkah
on Friday April 25 the seventyfirst
anniversary of Odd Fellowship
John Doddy a resident of the Park for
fourteen yearsdied Thursday night from
a stroke of apoplexy He was stricken
nearly a month ago and has barely lived
since then Nothing could be done to save
him He left a daughter and sister living
at the Park who with all that knew him
will miss his familiar figure and jolly
pleasant countenance He will be buried
Sunday
Only one victim was up before Judge
Hayt this week Cause drunkenness
fine 5
There were five deaths in the Park dur
ing the month of March
E H Bird was in the Park again this
week
The different mines will pay off their em
ployees during the coming week
Dan Morris Sullivan and the Kitty
from Cork company are booked at the
opera house on the 17 and IS
Fred Warde in the Mountebank
played Tuesday night to one of the largest
houses seen in the Park Jor a long time
General satisfaction was given and Warde
will always have a hearty welcome in Park
City
A thief entered millinery shop of Mrs
Keegan on Wednesday night and stole
eleven trimmed hats valued at 90 One
was afterwards found near the depot No
trace of the thief has been discovered An
overcoat was also stolen from Skoogs
lodging house and has not been found
There were no ore shipments this week
M Shaughnessy is expected in the
Park every day to renew operations on the
Glencoe property in Blue Ledge district
Trade in the East
The money markets of the interior arc
fairly supplied easier at Boston and Phila
delphia without much pressure to place
commercial paper steady at Chicago and
a little closer at Cleveland but all other
points report sufficient for the present de
mand which is generally but moderate
At New York 3M per cent has been the
ruling rate on call and treasury disburse
ments exceeding by 3800000 the receipts
for the week have dispersed anxiety
After the settlements of April 1st the sup
plies are now expected toincrease and ad
viqes as to foreign money markets are also
favorable Exports of merchandise for
four weeks from New York have ex
ceeded those of the same weeks last year
by 5 per cent and while foreign exchange
has risen to a shade above par the tone of
the stock market indicates less selling on
foreign account The average price of rail
road stocks has improved about 40 cents
per share notwithstanding great dulness
and absence of speculative interest
It can hardly be said that the industrial
situation has improved through something
like a rally in the iron market is reported at
Philadelphia But a speculative block of
100000 tons said to be held by a leading
lirm in the copper trade is hanging over
the pig iron market and at the same time
prices of Alabama and Virginia iron are
weaker Southern No 1 being offered at
1775 and Northern at 1850 Pittsburg
also notes a further fall of 25 to 50 cents
per ton and prices of manufactured pro
ducts are weakening there Lower quota
tions are made for rails at the east below
I j
3450 being named and bar iron is pressed
downward by offerings of western mils
Suspension of some hint glass works a
forced by scarcity of English soda asu
The anthracite coal combination no longer
pretends to control prices but limits the
output for April to 2000000 tons The
sales of wool in New York and at Phila
delphia show no improvement but at Bos
ton manufacturers appear to be increasing
their purchases No improvement is seen
in woolen goods and sales of cottons are
such as are usual at this season
There are wellknown circumstances
waich account for much of the uncertainty
in business A proposal to chance duties
on any article whether it be wise or un
wise has a tendency to arrest the disposi
tion to trade on one side or the other and
the tariff bill about to be reported at Wash
ington will alter the conditions in a great
number of trades The artificial control of
output or prices by any combination has
the same influence wherever it is believed
that the power of control is strained and
may soon collapse The great increase in
number of such combinations within the
past two years affects many trades and
during the week a change of 50000 tons in
the estimated production of beet sugar has
caused a decline of threesixteenths of a
cent in foreign markets for raw sugar and
a still greater decline New York both in
raw and refined Within a more limited
sphere the apprehension of losses result I
ing from tho mild weather affects some
trades But these causes are not of a per
manent nature and the volume of trade J
nevertheless in progress has never been
surpassed at this season i
The business failures occurring through
out the country during the last seven days
as reported to R G Dun Co number
for the United States 217 and for Canada
20 or a total of 233 failures as compared
with 255 last week and 252 the week previ I
ous to the last For the corresponding
week of last year the figures were 240
representing 204 failures in the United
States and 36 in the Dominion of Canada
UNIYERSITY REGENTS
The First Meeting of the New
Board Yesterday
DR PARK ELECTED PRESIDENT
The Committees Appointed and ByLaws
Outlining the Future Policy are
Adopted
The new board of regents of the Deseret
university met yesterday Dr Park was
reelected president of the faculty and sec
retary of the board and the following com
mittees were appointed
Executive Harkness Sharp Donnellan
Building Dooly Hills Stewart
Financial Auerbach Donnellan Dooly J
Advisory Donnellan Sharp Marshall
TIlE BYLAWS
I The following resolution and bylaws
i were adopted
I Resolved That the following bylaws are
adoptPd but they or any of them may be
repealed amended or substitutes provided
or other and further bylaws adopted at
any stated or special meeting of the board
and the executive committee between
meetings of the board may adopt further
rules and regulations not inconsistent with
these bylaws which shall be in torce
until disapproved by the board
MEETINGS
There shall annually be four stated
meetings of the board of regents held in
Salt Lake city towit One on the second
Monday of January April July and Oc
tober at 2 oclock pm for which no notice
is necessary but it is the duty of the sec
retary at least ten days prior to each
meeting to mail to each member of the
board a notice thereof directed to his post
office address
Special meetings may be called by the
secretary by the direction of the chancel
lor or request of any three members of
the board of which notice shall be given
as aforesaid
II QUORUM
Six members of the board and the chan
cellor or any seven members shall consti
tute a quorum for the transaction of busi
ness and questions before the board may
be decided by a majority vote of those pres
ent if there be a quorum present
IU COMMITTEES
The chancellor shall appoint the follow
committees An executive committee to
consist of Ihe chancellor and two other
members of the board a building commit
tee of three of its members a financial
committee of three of its members an ad
visory committee of three members of the
board
IVEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Between stated meetings of the board the
executive committee shall exercise the
powers of the board in the management
and direction of the business and affairs of
the university in conformity to the law
and the bylaws and general plans of the
board A majority shall bea quorum and
exercise the powers of the committee but
notice of its meetings shall be given to all
its members unless in case of absence
from Salt Lake city inability or vacancy
The chairman shall call meetings when nec
essary and he may give in the name of the
university notes or other obligations for
monies negotiated by the financial commit
tee to carry on the business of the univer
sity
The committee shall keep minutes of its
proceedings a nd deliver them signed by
the chairman to the secretary who shall
record them in the record of the proceed
ings of the board
VBUIL DING COMMITTEE
The appropriationsfor buildings shall
be expended by the building committee It
has power to employ and discharge at
pleasure an architect to prepare plans
and specifications advertise for bids for
materials and work accept bids and make
contracts within the limit of the appro
priations and it shall be the duty of the
committee as far as possible to procure
materials and let work by contract to the
lowest responsible bidder All contracts
with bidders shall be in writing signed in
the name of the university by the chair
man of the committee and when praticable
with complete specifications annexed and
made part of the contracts The com
I mittee may require security from con
tractors performance and exercise a
general discretion in all matters of detail
o
VI FINANCIAL COMMITTED
The financial committee shall negotiate
loans and provide moneys for the mainten
ance of the university and carrying on its
i business until appropriations or other rev
enues are available Also make and report
to the board or executive committee rules
providing a system or method for purchas
ing supplies and things needed for the uni
versity in its various departments for
rendering auditing and paying accounts
and claims in such manner that each ac
count claim or paymentjpay be made from
the proper fund and show from what fund
it is payable and has been paid The com
mittee shall also in a general way inquire
into the sources of revenue and ways and
manner of expenditure and from time to
time advise with and report to the board
or the executive committee regarding the
financial condition of the university
VII ADVISORY COMMITTEE
It shall be the duty of the committee to
advise with the president and faculty in
regard to the admission of pupils examin
ations classification courses of instruc
tion rules and regulations for the conduct
of the university and concerning any
matters of difference arising among the
pupils or between members of the faculty
and to hear complaints and from time to
time as may be thought necessary report
to the board or executive committee and
make such recommendations as to the com
mittee may seem proper
VIII SECRETARY
The secretary shall give notice of and
attend all stated and special meetings of
the board keep a record of the transac
tions of the board and its executive com
mittee have the custody of the records
documents contracts books and papers of
the university perform the duties pro
scribed by the board or executive com
mittee respecting keeping auditing and
paying accounts and claims > superintend
the printing and distribution of documents
and reports and generally render such ser
I
vices and perform such duties as pertain
to the office of secretary of a corporation
and such as may be required by the board
or executive committee
IX PRESIDENT OF THE FACULTY
The president of the faculty shall have
the general direction and supervision of
instruction and of the grounds and build
ings He shall select and recommend for
employment teachers a librarian
curator custodian register janitor and
such instructors and employees as may be
necessary and prescribe the duties of each
within the limits of his employment and
make rules and regulations for the con
duct department and discipline of pupils
and when requested consult with the
board or any of its committees in regard to
the business and affairs of the university
XTREASURER
All the increase of the university shall
be paid to the treasurer who shall pay out
the same on checks drawn in the manner
I
to be provided by the board or executive
committee and the treasurer shall keep
the funds m such a manner as to show the
amount deposited to the credit of and
drawn from each separate fund and the
executive committee shall furnish the
treasurer with a statement of the several
accounts to which funds are to be depos
ited The executive committee shall recom
mend to the governor the amount ol ad
ditional bond which should be required of
the treasurer and fix the amount as
I nearly as may be at onehalf of the esti
mated income of the university for the two
years succeeding his election
I
XIATTORNEY
An attorney shall be appointed by the
board or the executive committee and he
shall be the legal adviser of the university
and on request draw or furnish forms for
contracts made for the university or any of
its committees with teachers contractors
and persons furnishing supplies material
or furniture or other things needed or re
quired and generally act as the counsel of
the university the board and its commit
tees

xml | txt