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THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY vriTfcTrTmnr > Tr < T > oo I 891SIXTEEN PAGES
t THE HRRALD
I SALT LAX CITY UTAH
SUNDAY November 22 1891
4drtrlilnnmt m tIlil column 60 centtptr lint
gaefi imirlion
Forties removing from one place to another and
attiring paptrs changed should alwayi site fanner
at well at present address
TRAVELERS PROM SALT LAKE
Will find THE HEIUXB on all railroad trains in i
the wcst at the news stands In Denver Butte
Omaha Lesdville Portland Boise and all
other western cities Also at the P O News
company Chicago Brentanos Union square
i New York Palace HotelSan Francisco Chey
enne News Co Cheyenne and the Ebbltt house
Washington Headers of THE HEIULM who do
not nnd it offered for sale on the trains or other
pieces where it should be will confer a favor
by notifying us immediately
i mm mAW I
The CHRISTMAS HERALD
for 1891 is now Tinder way and will
be readyfor prompt delivery on the
approaching holiday It will be
handsomely bound lithographed
covers printed in several colors
and the front page will contain il
lustrations of the principal indus
tries of our territory The size of
each page will be almost uniform
with the daily It will besides
have a frontispiece ten by thirty
inches showing a view of Saltar
Lake City photographed from
Arsenal Hill and executed on
heavy paper by the photo gravure
process The contents of the
number will form a review of the
material progress of the city and
territory for the current year
Our mining real estate building
and general business advance
ment will be covered in readable
succint and complete form freedS
as much as possible from the dry
details of tables and statistical re
ports The number will embrace
besides many attractive literary
features including a prize story
and prize poem contributions
from several prominent citizens
of different shades of political
opinion on The Political Future
of Utah articles on The Import
of Christmas by several local
ministers of the leading denomina
tions and the ideas of well known
society ladies contributed overh
their signatures on social and art
topics Due attention will be
given to the progress of the prin
cipal cities and towns surrounding
as The illustrations will be
mainly devoted to the buildings be
gun or completed in the year 1891
The number as a whole therefore
will be a compact and convenient
history of our industrial commer
cial and political writ I
ten up to date and will form an
incomparable issue to send away
to friends interested in Utah and
the West
The edition will have a sworn
circulation of 15000 copies and
may be extended as the demand
justifies The price will be 25
cents per copy Dealers and L
agents will receive special rates
and are asked to hand in their or
j ders early Advertising rates fur
nished at the counting rooms
PPIZES FOR TIlE CHRISTMAS HER
ALD
The following prizes are of
fered by the publishers of the
CHRISTMAS HERALD 50
for the best Christmas story
length not to exceed 5000 words
25 for the best Christmas poem
length not to exceed 1500 words
S50 for the best article on the
following subject The One
i Thing Needful toAdvance Utahs
Prosperity Other special fea
tures will be announced hereafter
l All copy to be submitted not la
I ter than December 5th and to be
plainly and legibly written on one
1 t Bide of the paper only
ti i Address Editor of the Herald
Christmas matter Articles to
be signed by a nom de plume or
initial and a separate envelope for
warded containing the real name
of the writer and identifying his
or her article
EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT
I Drs Freeman Tibbits 164 MalnSt
Tho savings department of the State
Bank L of Utah solicits deposits in any sum
from Jl 1 upwards The bank has a nnid up
capital of 500000 Its directory is as fol
lows Heber J Grant president William
B Preston vicepresident Heber M
Wells cashier Joseph F Smith William
H Rowe Abraham H Cannon Spencer
Clawson Elias Morris Charles S Burton
Kephi W Clayton Frank Y Taylor P T
Farnsworth E M Woilor H A Woolloy
Send for copy of rules and regulations
UNION PACIFIC HOTEL
Opposite U P depot American and European
plan Si to 2W per aay SO to 10 per week
bpeclal to tourists and family parties
S BEN F WIUTTEMORE Propr
ROSES ETC
Roses every day and night in the week
at Dwyers new preen houses ICG West g
North Temple street Telephone 3J7 i
ChRISTiAN SCIENCE LECTURES
Friday evening has been substituted for
Thursday In the lectures on The Bible in
the Line of Christian
Science Also
to
avoid the crowding of last Tuesday tho
Tuesday and Friday lectures will be given
at Metropolitan hotel parlors The Sun
day evening lectures will be as heretofore
at the largo Odd Fellows ball Main street i
If jou contemplate a change in your
books or oxpect to open a new sot January
1 do not fail to call at S5 and 86 Commer
cial and investigate the merits of my com
bination check system of accounts If you
desire to know something about it call at
Earls Furniture company Johnson Pratt
Co Utah Sugar company or Joseph
lmon Co where it has been in actual
use for from six months to a year and ask
their I opinion If you havent time to call
at tho office drop mo a postal and one of
my agents will see you
HARRY R BROWSE Accountant
S5 and SO Commercial block
Established 1SSS
WHAT A DOLLAR WILL DO
It will get you a Worlds Fair Transit S
Trust companys certificate that will when
mature rI r entitle you to a firstclass ticket to
Chicago I and return good for sixty days
meals i en route six days hotel accommoda
tions 1 in Chicago transfers from depots six
admissions to tho Columbian Exposition
A strong home company is behind it We
meet I all cuts in railroad rates and refund
your money if you wish to make your own
hotel accommodations in Chicago Ve I
challenge comparison with any company in
America W C Spence 09 E South Tem
ple street and C E Wantland 235 Main
street general agents Apply to them
their authorized subagents or at the prin
ciple ottice 2i25 Commercial block
THE WORLDS FAIR TRANSIT TRUST Co
DANCING ACADEMY O A R HALL
Thanksgiving matinee at 3 p m j select 1
ball at S p m J
THE BEST THING OUT
A Big Firms Announcement of Big Prizes For
Its Customers
Less than two years ago tho Western
S boa and Dry Goods Co organized and
I commenced doing business in the Hooper
EJ rodge block I No 51 and 53 Man
Btroot and from the start their stock has
been very inviting full and complete lines
being kept in their various departments
Tnelr prices are lov and uniform and their
methods or business being principally a
cash trade enabled them to compete suc
cessfully with the larger firms of the city
their growth and success havo been phe
nomenal and the demand for more space
with the large and increasing variety of
their stock have compelled them to greatly
enlarge their present spacious store by ad
I ding fifty feet making their present space
150 feet long by 40 feet wide including
II magnificent light of fifteen large
windows all of which is now completed
and ready for business affording the most
ttractive dry goods establishment iu Salt
Lake city The added space also gives
I arge roomy aisles clear of obstructions
and makes broad way reaching to every i
epartment t
One hundred electric lights will at onco
be placed through the entire premises
Their novel way of advertising this soa
son by giving every purchaser a chance to
obtain a handsome present is a drawing
ard and is also a proof of thoir willing
ness to share their profits with their
customers
A visit to this establishment should not
be forgotten
Tho following is a partial list of prizes
to bo given away soon after the Holidays
One plush coat valued at 5000
One black silk dress valued at S2500
One down quilt valued at 1500
One novelty hand bag valued at 5500
One handpainted Ian valued at 1500
One plush jacket valued at 3000
One 134 white blankets valued at 1600
Ono pair ladies shoes valued at 700
One silk muffler valued at 5500
One toilet case valued at 2000
TAKE NOTICE
Before permission will be granted for tho
use of public school buildings in this city
for any purpose application in writing
must be made by a responsible resident
in the ward in which it is proposed
to hold said meeting stating the object
thereof and must bo filed with the clerk
of tho board at least two days prior to the
holdinc of said meeting A fee of 3 for
each assemblage must be paid to the clerk
at tho time the application is filed to pay
expense of cleaning lighting and heating
tho rnnm
The applicant will be held personally re
sponsible for any damage dono to the
school property The use of tobacco and
liquor will not bo allowed The janitor
will have charge of the building during the
tim it is used and see that it is safely
closed Tho committee reserve the right
to refuse an application if in their judg
ment it is an improper one
RUDOLPH ALrr
B G RATIJOULD
Joux N PIKH
ARTIIDU PKATT
Committee on sites and buildings of the
board of education
Incandescent lamps a fine stock at H
M Jones
AUCTION AUCTION
On Tuesday November 24th at 1030 n
m at No 340 West Third North the entire
contents of the bouse bedsteads bedding
dressers commodes bed lounge wardrobe
chairs lockers ingrain carpet cook and
heating stoves oil paintings laco curtains
dishes glass and tin ware a lot of tine
canned fruit and jelly and many other
things not mentioned M S MICK
Auctioneer
Grand Republican meeting Monday eve
niug November 23 at Sixteenth Ward
schoolhouse A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all
SIEUlAf K01ICE
To parentsBuy your boys suit and
overcoat at Goldsmith Sr Cos and by so
doing you will secure for them a beautiful
present to be givea away on Now Years
morning Seo advertisement
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The Physicians the
San FranciscQ Bo rdoiH f ltff Certify
u cROYAL BAKING POWDER
Pure HeaIthfu1 Highest SIreIIgtIfand Char ct tora
Facsimile of their original Report
We the members ofEhe BoarS Of Health of t11e Citiina
CountyOf San Franc isc 0 > cordially approve and recommend tits
Royal Baking Powder It is absolutely pure and iealthfnl eoapos1
0d oftha best ingredients of the Mgheststrei t3i < a character
1 In our judgment its impossibleto make a jraner or
etrorieerJLakins FowSsr toianjiiie Royaln x
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ASIONKES SALE
The stock of George W Davis agent
consisting of
Groceries
Flour
Crockerywaro
Provisions
Teas und coffees
Tobacco and cigars
Is now being
Offered at cost
By the assignee
Parties wanting bargains
Should call at on e
C SAK OME Assignee
Corner First South and West Temple
George Vine piano tuner Coalter S
Snolgrove company
FURS FURS IWll
Finofurs in stock and made to order
Cleaning repairing refitting of seal
sacques a specialty
MEUEST the Furrier 220 Main
AUCTION AUCTION
On Wednesday November 25 at 11 a m
No 557 South Main street Elegant Turk
ish parlor sot easy chairs antique oak
bookcase centre tables organ three Mo
quct and Other carpets fine hanging lamp
curtains and poles square baseburner cost
CO bedroom sots elegant cheflioneer lot of
bedding I elegant sideboard cost B150 ox
tension I table and chairs Singer sewing ma
chine I cabinet bronze figures lot of China
silver and glassware kitchen stove and
utensils garden hose etc etc
K A AKDKEWS Auctioneer
Books at auction and private sale Five
thousand volumes of standard and miscel
laneous works family and teachers Bibles
albums scientificmedical law mechanical
works art and rare works Auction at 7
p m 43 Main street
SPECIAL SALE
Household and stove furnituro for salo
at the Buckeye 121 Main
HARRY K BROWNES COMBINATION
Check system of accounts Highest award
Utah Exposition 1S91
THIRDSSASO
Students received and qualified In
double entry bookkeeping Only actual
practice Day or eyening
I HARRY R BROWNE Accountant
85 and SO Commercial block
Established 1SSS
Stephens 5 Schroeder attorneys have
removed from the Opera House block to
the Commercial block
Republican meeting at Sixteenth Ward
schoolhouse Monday evening November
23 Good speakers will be in attendance
Ladies especially invited
GUILTY
S S Dickinson Co have boon unani
mously found guilty in the first degree of
soiling the choicest meats of all kinds
Note the address 11 E Third South
Fe E WARREN MERCANTILE CO
Has recently been appointed Sho General Agents for the
WorldRenowned
STEINWAY PIANOS
FOR UTAH IDAHO AND WYOMING
Wo have ust received a completa stock of the New Styles and a cordial Invitation
Is extended to the public to call and examine them
Fo Ee WARREN MERCANTILE COg
7st West Second South Street
COALTER SNELGROVE GO
Are Now adding 1300 feet to their present Piano Show Room
and are therefore prepared to show you a Complete Line of
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An Experience of Thirtyfour years
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T YYf TI WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK
k npf I IL L4 WE HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES j actions enables us to be Beyond
DJ1i11 U Our Reputation for Fair Dealing is Unassailable Competition
i f We Cater to the Wants of All Classes
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LOCAL LYRICS
Crisp and Condensed News of General
Interest and Import
sALt kinds of coal at Elierbecks a
T R ELLEUBECKS coal office49 E First So
ELEGANT suits and overcoats at BartonCo
DR WnrGilT has
First South removed toNo 52 East
14 DUNFOHns E birstSouth are selling their 5175 shoe at 5150
a
IIIns LONGS body will be shipped to Wichita
Kansas on
MondayS
INSURE in the
Home
Grant Co Fire of Utah H J
agents with
State bank a
NEW styles or fall and winter
from the suiUngs just
Provo mills at CUtlers Main up
EIx the
ladies
are
now
seventeen worrying over the
puzzleit
beats Sweet sixteen
I week GHEAT only removal sale of trimmed hats this
at Mme
Lambs 16 Main street
DESSICATED cocoanut 23
the cents per pound at
Eclipse
Grocery Co 52 E First South a
TUOSE ladles and boys
waists all wool homemade
Main arC just the thing at Cutlers No 36
a
A rrAansoaiz
AJiDSJIE souvenir given
can of staple candies away with every
JaS McDonald
company ° nM Candy
a
IN the Third district
court yesterday John F
lJplequist a native of Sweden
to citizenship > WaS admitted
F q7mAMPNY offers at his
2211 South Mam closing out sale
street every piece of
dress
goods
at
cost We have a big stock
t A LICENSE was granted to C E Wilson aged
thirtyeight
and Eliza
Brown
aged fortysix
to
marry at the
down
going
of the
terday sun on yes
TnE ladies of the Christian church
ranging for a Thanksgiving are ar
dinner
which will
be
given at the
Telluride
Third South street building No 20 East
oramental Zioss Savings Bank and Trust company loan
auxiliary banks for homes Inter
cst 5 per cent Wllford Woodruff
on president
George Q Cannon
vice president
THE fire alarm at S30 last
cause by a blaze in the cellar evening was
of
Pitts Drug the Uodbe
ErU8L company The loss
t > will not
ed ex
ceed Mtw the main damage
being by water
THE Worlds
s Fair Transit and Trust
arc beginning their company
work
arm tCg 1Ine Preparatory to
most of the population taking
or Utah
to the
Worlds
lair An announcement
column appears in another
II
THE funeral of the late Mrs J F
Jack
wife
of the city recorder who died on Friday
noon will be held at the family after
1J5 East Seventh residence No
South
clock this afternoan at 2
THE funeral of William Skewes
who
died
suddenly In this city November
place from his lato residence 132 18 will take
East Second
South
outh
today at 11 am Friends
inited to attend respectfully
THE first car of the Popperton
Place
Douglas and Fort
road was run out
trips over the yesterday and made
trw Rapid Transit line to T htreet
where
the new road
begins
The
and a credit to the company car is a daisy i
JAMES B MCKCAN post G A R will have a I
sociable
at Grand
Army hall on Monday niiiht
All honorably discharged soldiers with
wives or best girls are invited to participate their
pr
Camp fare will be furnished dW h a soldiers
welcome
H M CIJGGETT who
bing William was charged with rob
Burnes of SSJ had
a hearing in
the
police court
tC yesterday It
appeared that
Claggett had merely taken charge of Burnes i
money because the latter was helplessly drunk
and he was discharged
OBSERVER SALISBURYS report yesterdays
temperature is as follows
At 530
Tal 1 a mSalt
n < Vi ucjeuue oj Denver 44
14 Helena
is
Miles City 12 Lander 34 At
1153
Salt a m
Lake 42
Bingham
Ogden 41
40 Provo 41 Stockton 43 Logan
THE Lyceum will hold its
t the parlors of the Hotel Templeton regular meeting in
on Tuesday
eenin
vening next The
meeting will be deoted
a short to
ac miscellaneous programme and the final
c consideration
and adoption of the revised
stitution and bylaws of the society All con
mem
bers
ars
are requested to be present
THE altogether unprecedented demand
Americanized for the
Encyclopedia Britannica
has ex
hausted the supply of the half morocco edition
and
several parties who
were to have been
sup
plied yesterday were necessarily missed Their
indulgence is asked until the receipt of the
next
supply dally expected from Chicago
TUE festive burglar paid his respects to Chief
Justice Zane on Friday night The
his judge and
hb family were at dinner when the crook
boldly entered the front door and swiped
overcoat In the an
oc pocket of which was a purse
containing some money Just then the burglar
accidentally banged the door bell and this
brought his operations to a sudden close
THE gospel meeting of the Young Mens
Christian association this afternoon at 4 oclock
will be led by Colonel James Fail man The
colonel Is an excellent Bible
student and takes i
delight in lorwarding all lines of Christian i
work He is an artist of celebrity
recently
from Helena
Mont
and
expects soon to intro
duce himself to the art students of Salt Lake
cityTUE
TUE public and
particularly the
public will do country
well to note an advertisement
from the insurance firm of Heber J Grant A
Co in this issue of THE HERALD warning in
surers against the fraudulent conduct of
cer
tain
canvassers who were engaged for the
American of Philadelphia but who are turning
its business over to other companies Insur
ance is of no account if it doesnt insure
THE longlookedfor house warming of the
Union Pacific hotel Is at last announced by the
proprietor B F Whittemore His friends will I
rally once again on Thanksgiving evening
Thursday next and he pledges them an old I
time reunion Ben says all friends will be wel
come without further invitation and THE
HERALD force acknowledges an invitation to
be there Bens reputation as a host Is unex
celled In the west and his entertaining
powers
will be put to a big toot
THE announcement of THE HERALDS annual
Christmas number is made today and will
without doubt be received with pleasure by the
public wnich has so generously welcomed
and
sustained the venture in years past The num
ber this year will be unusually attractive and
will be considerably larger in form than last
Christmas It will have a handsome litho
graphic cover and a feature will bo a photo
gravine frontispiece of Salt Lake city Paper
and covers for exactly 150CO copies nave been
ordered and the number will be increased if I
necessary THE CHRISTMAS HERALD has come
to be one of the institutions of the city and
territory and the inquiries already received
show that Its coming this year is waited for
with as much interest as ever
BENOH AND BAR
Judge Loolbourow Still Working
on His Report
THE CIIOKCH CASE FINDINGS
The JarrfgConklln Peoples Suit Against the
Halt Lake City Railroad Company
Condemnation Proceedings
Master in Chancery Loofbourow loaves
for the east tomorrow and will be
gone a
couple of weeks On his return he will re
sumo work on his report with regard to the
disposition to be made of the esoheated
fund He will file his report with the su
preme court early In January
THE FINDINGS NOT FILED
It was expected that the findings in
the church cases would be filed in court
yesterday but they have not yet been com
pleted United States Attorney Varian is
working on them and they will bo pre
sented sometime this week
I
Suit Against the City Railroad I
Roland H Conklin and Samuel M I
Jarvis the Kansas City capital
ists yesterday brought suit in the
Third district court against the Salt
Lake City Railway company Francis
Armstrong W P Read A W McCune
R C Chambers Spencer Clawson and J
S Wells The suit is brought to secure tho
appointment of a receiver and in their
complaint the plaintiffs set up that they suo
for themselves in behalf of all other parties
who may choose to come in as parties to
the action That on January 20 1S72 its
capital stock was 180000 divided into
aOOO shares to be issued at the rato of
20000 per mile for each mile of single
track of railway constructed which at that
timo was not to exceed nine miles
In ISiS the articles of incorporation
were amended and also in ISjJ at
vhich time the capital stock was in
creased to 1000000 divided into 20000
shares to be issued at the rate of 20000
per mile for each mile of single track
Since tho date last named no other amend
ment has boon made to its charter and be
ginning with July 24 1SS9 the plaintiffs
have from time to time purchased 23s9
shares 216 47 shares being held by Jarvis
IS Conklin 200 shares by Priscilla Jarvis
1057 shares by Samuel M Jarvis and
10 57 shares by Roland C Conklin Plain
tiffs set up that the company in violation
of the charter is
operating beyond tho city
limits that the number miles is two and
a quarter that the cost of construction was
25000 that there was no necessity for it
that it was through territory that the com
pany noHn know was not profitable that it has
auou tmuy lU55lJS tnat a meeting was
held in April 1S91 which plaintiffs askod
to be adjourned until May at which time
A W McCune Walter P Read R C
Chambers and Spencer Clawson were in the
control and refused to puss upon the request
ot plaintiffs that in so doing and in the sub
sequent election they became parties to
the conspiracy and plan for the conduct of
the said corporation to its
contrary charter
and powers and to the wrong and damage
of tho interests of the plaintiffs aforesaid
That since the action of the board of direc
tors has been without the knowledge
or
coasenf of the plaintiffs for the benent of
themselves and against the plaintiffs that
McCune Chambers Armstrong Clawson
and Read have
conspired together
to
man
a ge the affairs of the company to the injury
of plaintiffs and have permitted the liabili
ties of the company to increase to the pres
ent amount of 34000 that heretofore it
was voted to issue bonds in the amount of
SOOOOOO the same to be secured by a first
mortgage upon the property of the com
pany that to provide for the largely in
creasing expenses caused by the building
and operation of extensions borrowed 100
000 depositing as collateral 400000 of
bonds that said indebtedness matured
August 29 last and being unable to raise
the money arranged with the bank that
they might have 100000 of tho 400000 of
bonds released on payment of 50000 of
said 100000 indebtedness and thereupon
the directors obtained 550000 from another
bank the same maturing January 10 Ib92
and deposited collateral 100000 of bonds
leaving the other 300030 with the first
bank as collateral security for tile payment
of 35000 remaining unpaid of the 50000
indebtedness which is due upon demand
that said company under its present man
agement is not able to make payment of the
35000 and the 400000 bonds of the com
pany are in jeopardy and if placed upon
the market to bo sold as collateral would
necessarily be sold at a sacrifice and the
property lost to shareholders Plaintiffs
further set up that tho company has
been greatly mismanaged that the
companys property has been neglected
that the expenses are increased to an
enormous extent that the books show that
during May 1S90 the earnings of the road
were 61472705 and the operating expenses
951318 making the net earnings 521347
while during May 1S91 tho earnings were
2180990 the operating expenses 51740314
and the net earnings only Si40070 that
during the four months from April 1 1890
to July 31 1S90 the total earnings were
0628920 j and during the same period in
Ib91 SSOS210 an increase of 2179290
while the operating expenses in 1890 for
tile lour months wore si oai ana in
1891 7151735 making the net earnings for
tho four months in
1890 2o10900 as
against 810504 for tho same period in 1891
a decrease of 1150531 notwithstanding
there was an increase in the gross earn
logs in 1S91 over the earnings of 1S90 of
219
Wherefore plaintiffs ask the appointment
of a receiver who shall be instructed by the
court to save tile loss of the S400000 bonds
held as security for SS5000 indebtedness
etc
Condemnation Proceedings
Suit was brought in the Third district
court yesterday by Park City corporation
vs Eliza Nelson and the Ontario Silver
Mining company The plaintiff sets up
that it desires to appropriate and have con
demned to public use for a street a strip of
land in order to furnish the inhabitants
of the city with a convenient route to the
cemetery Each of the defendants claim
an interest in tho strip and this suit is
brought to hiivo the land condemned and
dedicated to public use
I W 1 Snyder is the attorney for the
plaintiff
I CAUTION I I
The public is cautioned against certain
canvassers for lIre insurance who obtained
credentials from this firm with the full
understanding that they were to canvas
for policies in tho American Fire Irsur
once company of Philadelphia represented
in Utah by us Since obtaining these cre
dentials several of the canvassers have
presented them to secure business on tho
strength of our name and then written the
policies for other insurance companies We
desire to warn our friends that
THE AMERICAN OF PHILADELPHIA
is the only company represented by us
which issues policies on farm property for
a term of five years
HEBEB J GRANT Co
General Insurance Agents Office with
State Bank of Utah
ALMOST A ROW
A Fnriiiture Mans Heavy Shipments Arouse
the Police
P W Madsen narrowly escaped a row
with the city hall officials the other day
The sidewalk in front of his premises was
wellnigh blockaded with newly arriving
folding beds centre tables and hall racks
and the police gave him twentyfour hours i
to clear the obstructions away Mr Mad
sen put a force of men on but in twenty
four hours there was still a big part of the
heavy shipment outside Then the t Leo
was extended four hours and by gigantean
efforts the big stock was placed inside the
stores whero it is now on exhibition and
I where the public is invited to call and in
spect
THE DEMOCRAT AHEAD
Professor Hlrschlncr Had a Grievance and the
Court Made Him Pay For lo
Somo little excitement was created in
German circles on Thursday when Prof
Hirsching appeared before Commissioner
Greenman and asked for a warrant to issue
against Mr Reichelt the editor of the Utah
Free Press and that he be compelled to
answer to a charge of assault
It seems the professor was the former
owner of this paper and for some reasons
best known to himsef sold and conveyed
the same to the party ho proposed to make
defendant While ho owned the papor it
Vail condnctcd on quasi Liberal principles
but after JMr Reichelt assumed command
in was swung out as Democratic in poli
ticsNot
Not being satisfied with thin and other
I improvements in tho paper the professor
addressed a faultfinding and dictatorial
letter to the editor
On Thursday the parties met by chance
at the postoftice when Mr Reicholt called
for au explanation and suggested that an
adjournment be had to somo convenient
place where the differences might be set
led To this tns professor demurred
whereupon Mr Reichelt asserted that the
complainant was a contemptible fellow a
disgrace to Utah and a scoundreland that
ho would settle the matter at sometime in
ho future These remarks were accom
panied by a shake of the forefinger of the
right hand and this caused the courts to besought
sought out by the professor
Two settings having been made of the
cause and no witness for the prosecution
being found the court taxed the costs
against the defendant in order to clear the
docket and thus avoided much crushing of
English by the aggrieved party I
THE GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS
The Blesslnca Utah Has Enjoyed Daring
lie Year
Governor Thomas yesterday issued tho
following Thanksgiving proclamation
To the People of the Territory of Utah
We have enjoyed a year ol peace and plenty
The tics whicn unite us to our neighbors of the
surrounding states and territories have been
strengthened by social and business inter
course and the yield or our agricultural minim
and otucr industries nave been most bountiful
I therefore respectfully recommend that on
Thursday November 21i 18Jl the day desig
nated by the President of the United States in
he usual places worship thanks bs given to
Divine Providence who has blessed our lives
and territory and especially recommend that
the day b3 marked by a desire on the part of
all to make brighter the homes of those who
may need our sympathy and support
In testimony hereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the great seal of the terri
tory to be affixed
Done at Salt Lalco city Utah this 21st day of
November AD Ic9l
AKTiiuit L THOMAS Governor
By the governor
ELIJAU SELLS Secretary of Territory
A NEW CHURCH
The Christian Congregation Tiles Artlfcies of
Incorporation
The articles of incorporation of tho First
Christian church were filed with tho clerk
of the Third District court yesterday the
incorporators being C L Matthews W A
Wright Hattie Arehart Judie Williams
Marry Taggart Mary Post Beulah
Matthews Rose Allen H J Matthews J
W Ruder A S Post Martin Hastings
and R D Winters
The officers of the church are R D
Winters president W A Wright vice
president H J Matthews secretary
Martin Hastings treasurer
The objects of the corporation are re
ligions social educational and charitable
but not for pecuniary profit religious in
holding to living preaching and teaching
among nen the religion of our Lord and
Saior Jesus Christ as giren to man in
the word of God the Holy Bible social
and educational as a means of and aids
and helps to the better accomplishment of
said religIous object

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