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Blue Mountains to a strange reservation
and led by Joseph made Weir phenomenal
Ii running fight with General Howard in 1877
After their defeat they were stationed on
Colvillo reservation near Spokane but they
f have never been content and take slowly to
I the customs of civilization
The Popes Condition
ISpeclal to TiE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YORK Jan 4Tne Heralds Paris
special says Day and night access to tho
bedroom of the Pope is denied to all but
two nuns a valet and a prelate of the papal I
entourage Tho servants and all but a few
of the most trusted prelates are not allowed j
to approach the sanctuary which is thus
thoroughly protected against indiscretion
These precautions are necessary for the 1
Pope Is spiritual head of millions of Catho
lics and the interests of the holy see are I
bound with thoso of many nations great
and small In the strict sense of the word
the holy father is not ill at present He
breathes easier digests well and takes
four light meals a day consisting of strong
bouillon made of beef veal and chicken
with rice and vegetables and a little Bor
deaux as accompaniment At frequent in
tervals throughout the day the Pope takes
a pastilo made of gin condensed meat
extract of camomile and cocoa and a min
ute admixture of phosphorus The holy
father gets up at 5 a in and attends to
work At C a m Monselgnor Angel his
private secretary enters his bedroom and
remains with him till 9 I a m when break
fast is served This is followed by a bene
diction by private audiences and a second
dejeuner preceded when possible by a
light siesta and short rido in a Sedan chair
or carriage in the gar lens hf > the Vatican
At 3 p m the Pope returns to his apart
ments and important audiences reserved
for cardinals and ambassadors begin By
5 oclock these are ended but as a rule
some high dignitary on more intimate
terms with the Pope than the rest remains
till 7 or S oclock for a chatand interchange
of ideas whIc are almost indispensible to
Leo XIILs physical health Toward S p
m the Pope retires to bod at
tended by a prelate and valet
who till lately was Francesco Minocheri a
celebrity This Minocheri who was SO
years old and had been attache to the per
son of Pius IX before his accession to the
potiticate died recently But though Leo
XIII is not il he is exhausted His mind
is still clear but he with
sti speaks wih evegrow
ing difficulty There is no truth in todays
orycsterdajs reports of his critical condi
tion Xomorrow they may be more trust
worthy for the life of the Pope hangs by a
thread His death when it comas will be
a calamity The present pontiff commands
the deference of Europe Every crowned
head bows to him He loves France and
has more than once recalled the members
of the triple alliance to their respect for
this country
The Pope Accepts Frances Terms
ROME Jan 4Count de Behaine the
French ambassador to the Vatican had an
interview today with the Pope They
came to complete accord regarding the fu
ture mutual policy The Pope accepted
Frances terms for conciliation including
the cessation of episcopal letters to the
archbishop of Aix and the suppression of
tho Catholic electoral catechisms
Retrenchment Necessary in Germany
BEELIN Jan 4A sensation has been
caused by the publication in Socialist
papers of a confidential circular sent by the
government to directors of the different
state railways The labor agitators make
political capital out of the circular which
they aver plainly shows the government is
inimical to the interests of the laboring
class The circular declares in effect the
present financial position is such as to
render necessary the adoption of a policy of
retrenchment and directors of state rail
ways are informed they must reduce the
wages of employees and dismiss all whose
services can possibly be dispensed with
Colonel fallen Is Mlselnc
DENVER Jan 4 Colonel Ballou the
lawyer from Providence R L connected
with the GravesBarnaby case is missing
He took the train for Chicago when the
verdict was rendered and probably arrived
there this morning
When seen by an Associated Press re
porter this afternoon Dr Graves emphati
cally reiterated his denial of having made
a confession He says Deputy Sheriff
Wilson came in and woke him up at half
past 3 in the morning and said he had just
come from District Attorney Stevens
that Stevens advised
Graves to make a
confession implicating Ballou saying it
would help him out Graves says he re
fused to make any statement Wilson
still maintains the doctor confessed but
Deputy Means refuses to talk on the sub
It is asserted a detective in the employ
of John H Conrad the late Mrs Barna
bys soninlaw is following Ballou in his
eastern trip No warrant for Ballous
eastrn trp Balous ar
rest has been issued but the grand jury is
now in seasion and it is asserted they are
examining the deputy sheriffs regarding
the alleged confession
Mrs Ballou is here and quite ill Dr
Graves wife has been out of her head
most of the time since the verdict was
rendered and was raving about the doctor
being hanged His mother bears it with
more fortitude
It Has been charged by the defense that
the jury was unduiy influenced during the
trial by having access to the daily papers
but the jurors strenuously deny this
When the grand jury adjourned at a late
hour this morning it was learned nothing
had beery done in regard to indicting Bal
Dr Graves caused a surprise tonight by
stating Ballou hd come to him Saturday
night last and told him he was going to
leave town because he was afraid of being
I nrrssted if he stayed any longer When
the doclor gave this information he sud
denly became reticent and nothing further
could be learned from him
Nothing Seen of Ballon In Chicago
CHICAGO Jan 4 Nothing has been seen
I here of Colonel Ballou the lawyer con
nected with the GravesBarnaby case who
disappeared from Denver and went to
Conrad Will Follow Ballou
ST Louis Jan 4A special dispatch
from Denver says John Conrad witness
for the state in the GravesBarnaby case
speaking of Colonel Ballous flight today I
said Although Ballou fled it is as easy
to bring him back as it was for him to dis
appear I will follow him to the utmost
parts of the world
The grand jury meets today when Bat
lous flight will be considered It is ex
pected that he will be indicted in the next
few days
Suit to Cancel n Contract
CHICAGO Jan 4W T B Reed filed a
bill in the circuit court to cancel a contract
mado September 21 ISJl with James P
McCarthy of San Francisco to sell the
latter twenty acres of land in ehe north
west part of the city for 110000 payments
to be made in installments November
1S91 McCarthy failed to mako the firs
payment but the contract of sale is re
corded which constituted a cloud on com
plainants title which the court is asked to 1
remove This Is the tract of land formerly
owned by the spirituasts who prospected
thereon for oil but only struck water
A Syndicate Buying Type Foundries I
BUFFALO N Y Jan 4 Charlton M
Lyman of the firm of Lyman Sons typo
and electrotype foundries tonight related
the story of a big deal in which an En
glish syndicate has invested 525000000 to
30000000 This syndicate has bought al
the type foundries in the United States
There are four in Now York four in Chi
I cago one in Buffalo one in i
Cleveland two each in St Louis
Cincinnati San Francisco Philadelphia
c and one in Baltimore A few of the snfallc
foundries may be moved south and west
and some of them may bo closed The <
option expires January 31 and the agents
of the syndicate are vigorously at work
I The company is to be called the American
Typo Foundry company
I A Car Goes Down an Embankment
LOUISVILLE Jan 4The 107 train of
tbe Kentucky Ea Indiana Bridge company
W roundinc a curve was derailed at i
Nineteeth street and ran off the bridge
Th lost car fell from a trestle thirtyfive
feet nigh Conductor Mahon was killed
and Pacoon a passenger injured The
cause is unknown
Got a Passenger Train Through
YOAKUM Tex Jan 4fhe San Antonio
Arkansas Pass railway got one passen
ger trein through today I carried a
guard of fifty men The strikers arc still
confident of ultimate success
4 George Francis Sclirleber Dead
PEILADELIHIA Jan 4George Francis
Schrieber a prominent photographer of
this city well known throughout the
United States as a photographer of fine
cattle and noted horses died yesterday of
Unsatisfactory Test of Curved Armor
BETHLEHEM Pn Jan o0wing to the
unsatisfactory tests at Indian Head Thurs
day last of curved armor plate to be used
for the barbettes ot the cruiser Monterey
the Bethlehem Iron company has been in
structed by the navy department to sus
t pend work for the present on all curved
I armor plates for the Monterey
J W Clark Dead
I BOSTON Jan 4J W Clark oxpresi
dent of the Boston and Montana and
J Tamarack mining companies is dead
Plenty E Titus Co Failed
I NEW YOUK Jan 4The failed firm of
Henry E Titus Co is found to have
5000 assets and S2000UO debts
I A Powerful Glass Trust to be Formed
PITTSBUKG Jan 4A Wheeling W Va
I special says Preliminary steps were
taken today in the formation of a power
ful glass combine to oppose tho United
t States Glass company Tho combined cap
ital will b < s in the neighborhood of four
million The projectors object is to pro
I i tect small concerns against the methods of
I the United States Glass trust
China Places an Order with the llarlln Co
I NEW HAVEN Conn Jan 4The Chinese
ambassador to the United States with two
secretaries and an interpreter arrived in
this city at noon today from Washington
The party visited the Marlin Repeating
Arms companys factory It is understood
the minister placed a large order for rifles
but beyond acknowledging the fact officers
refuse to discuss the matter
An Early Adjournment of Congress Possible
WASHINGTON Jan 4The Post tomor
row will say The statement published
some time ago to the effect that leading
Democrats are desirous of bringing the
present session to a speedy adjournment
will receive corroboration in an amend
meat to the rules which will be offered by
Representative McCreary of Kentucky
Governor McCreary believes all the appro
priations ought to be reported to the House
within the first eighty days of the long and
the first forty days of the short session so
they can receive speedy consideration and
thus insure an early adjournment His
amendment is made applicable to all ses
sions of Congress
An effort will probably be made during
the present session to admit Oklahoma to
statehood An official of the government
who recently made a tour of inspection
there comes back to Washington with an
enthusiastic account of the growth and advancement
vancement of Oklahoma
I is learned from an authoritative source
an effort will be made to repeal the disability
ability pension law and adopt in its place a
per > diem service pension bill
Representative Blanchard says the river
and harbor bill will be ready to bo presented
sented by March
George T McDonnell Arrested
PirrsBuno Jan oGeorge T Mc
Connell treasurer of the Modern Building
and Loan association and a well known
notary public and real estate agent was
arrested this afternoon on a charge of em
bezzlement preferred by Dr R 11 Sands
a director of the concern The shortage is
said to be 10000
Sentenced to Be Electrocuted
NEW YORK Jan Murderers Mclll
vane and Trezeva were sentenced today to
> e electrocuted during the week beginning
February S
Chicago Board of Trade Elections
CHICAGO Jan 4The vote cast today in
the eleftion of officers for the Chicago
board of trade exceeded any iu the history
of the organization The fight was mainly
on the president Jerome G Steever the
regular nominee being defeated by the
opposition candidate Charles B Harnill
bj a majority of 185 For second vice
president the only other contested office
H A Chandler it was announced de
feated Michael Cudahy by two votes The
contest was so close a recount was or
dered No sharply defined principle was
at stake but the impression existed the
opposition ticket would not frown upon
houses wishing to send information to cus
tomers by private wire Following were
elected without opposition First vice
president James T Rawleigh directory
Thomas A Wright Lloyd J Smith chair
man of the appeal committee William T
Baker arbitrator John R Hodson and
I William R Nash
The Troop Ship Tyne Overdue
LO Dos Jan 4The troop ship Tyne
from Halifax with 50 men is nine days
overdue There is much anxiety
Sir George Biddellairy at on e time
British royal astrotomer is dead
A Grand Duke Disguised as a Peasant
LONDON Jan 4The Standards St
Petersburg correspondent reported Grand
Duke Sergius disguised as a peasant in
order to discover the truth about the al
leged difficulties in the purchase of broad
had a squabble with a baker and was
thrown into the street by policemen who
severely hurt him and were about to ar
rest him when he revealed his identity
suicide whereupon three police officers committed
Flour for Famished Kussians
MINNEAPOLIS Jan 4Thc llourmen of
Washington D C have contributed a car
load of flour to the Russian famine cargo
being secured by tho AarUiiccstcm Micr
So far contributions to this fund amount to
I 1500000 pounds and are sent in to tho
XorUiwcslcrn Miller from the millers and
flourmeu of Iowa Indiana Illinois Kan
sas Kentucky Maryland District Co
lumbia Micnigan Pennsylvania South
Dakota Texas Virginia Wisconsin Min
nesota Missouri Nebraska New York
North Dakota and Ohio
Murder and Arson
CHICAGO Jan 4Last night a house oc
cupied by Charles Oleson a milk dealer
of this city was seen to be on fire After
the flames was extinguished the body of
Oleson apparently suffocated was found
This morning nu examination was made
and several deep knife wounds were found
in the back He evidently was murdered i
by some unknown person who set fire to I
the house to cover his crime
I Bcv Thomas D Skinner Dead I
CHICAGO Jan 4Rev Thomas D Skin
ner professor of divinity at McCormick
theological seminary died today of pneu I
monia He was about seventy years old
and leaves one daughter I
John Hard wicks Arm Blown On
EUREKA Utah Jan 4rSpecial tele
gram to THE HERALD I IJohn Hardwck
owner of the Datnflcaro mine this after
noon went into the shaft to look after a
missed hole when the blast exploded and
blew off his left arm at tho elbow and filled
his face full of rook His eyes will be
The Eevolt In Pahan r
LONDON Jan 4 Advices from Pehang
the capital of the state of that name on the
Malay peninsula show the rising among
the natives which began there December 4
last has become general The British res
idents and Sultan with strong force oi
Malaya have gone to suppress the revolt
The Gas Finds Attract Wide At
Purchases of Real Estate Made on Account of
ItThe Keeley Institute Jlovine
Into the Grtrilo House
The news that natural gas has been found
in Salt Lake is spreading in all directions
and is getting to bebe talk of the country
Inquiries are constantly being made either
by letter or in person Just now several
gentiemen from Montana are looking over
the city and quietly purchasing real estate
in North Salt Lake near the gas finds I
present and prospective One of them
learned yesterday that H P Mason the
lumber dealer owned some land in that
direction and he promptly sought him out
and bought i paying cash therefor Sev
eral other deals small as yet have been re
ported and real estate men with an eye to
the future claim that this is but the be
ginning of a revival of a legitimate boom
R M Kennedy and H W Watson of
Denver have been attracted here by the
gas discoveries and yesterday made a pur
chase of several hundred acres of land
and they intend to proceed at once to drill
for the article
The American Natural Gas company
have placed 0000 shares on the markat at
50 cents a share for a development fund
to be used in sinking at the most eligible
points on their lands
The Salt Lake Natural Gas company
Kerric Benson Whittimore et al have
capitalized at S25000J and will begin drill
ing on the primises just north of the stock
yards in a few days
The Citizens Natural Gas company or
ganized last Saturday night will file arti
cles in alew days and press work as rap
idly as possible Prof Luckenbach is it
the city representing a party of Pennsyl
vania capitalists They are said to have
secured several tracts of gas land within
threo soon miles of the city and will begin work
Postal Noies
The revenue of the postoffice for the
quarter ending December 31 last exceeded
the receipts of the preceding quarter by
The box office rents are pouring in at a
lively rate
The boys are not sorry that the holiday
rush is over
The Kcpley Institute
The Keeley institute will move into the
building formerly known us the Gardo
house next Saturday An inventorv of
furniture etc is now baing taken and the
opening will take place on Monday tlu
llth inst l H Harris manager and Dr
A L Groves the physician will arrive
here on Friday Mr Simon Bamberger
will tute remove his headquarters to the insti
Yesterdays Real Estate Transfers
John W Power and wife to Lee Cham
lain lots 16 and IT in Cone Roberts
addition 3500
Arzella W Symons to James Stirling
part of lot 4 block 24 plat B Salt Luke
city survey i lCOO
Samuel Kohl and wife to Anna Belle
Dixon lots in Buena Vista addition 1550
United States of America to Char es Ken
net part of section 2 a township II m
h n a
UUU 0 n uo
Thomas A Olsen to Sander Sanderson
part of lot S block 4 1 plat B Salt Lake
city survey 1200
Robert J Topping ct ux to Samuel E 20
Vance lots in Norwood placen u CCO
William H Beck to A C Butler et al
part of lot 5 block s plat B bait Lake
city 3000
survey u n n 30
Oliver B Greene to Mary Hoggan part of
4 block i 61 re plat D Salt Lake city sur I
vey hn 0 0 1850
George M Cannen and wife to Frederick
VVyss and wife property in Forest Dale 550
Charles E Monro to T J Nolton prop
erty Brighton plat Cu 0
Nephi P Herward and wife to David p
Rldeout jr part of section 31 township
lsoutl t 1 cast 800
David O dcout to Carl F Hendrickson
part of section 3 township 3 i south 1
east u no
Ralph Zwlckey and wife to Thomas Mor
gan lots in Ouray placeo 0 255
Ralph Zwickey and wife to W H James
lots in Ouray placco u tf >
Total 8H1SO
Total nUT T 0 u
Abstracts of title to real estate situateg
in Salt Lake county neatly accurately and
promptly furnished by the county re
Commencing January 1 the Eli flyer
over the Rio Grande Western railway will
leave Salt Lake city at 850 n m arriving
in Ogden at 10 a m leaves Ogden at 450
p m arrives Salt Lake at 600 p m
The Union Pacific is the short line to al
points east Through car service din in I
car service and fastest time Remember
the Union Pacific Ticket office 201 Main
street I
Commencing January 1 the Rio Grande
Westerns Eli flyer will leave Salt Lake at
850 am arriving at Ogden at 10am
The Pacific mail leaves Salt Lake at 1212
p m and the fast express at 1220 am
taking three fast and splendid trains for
Ogden and the west via the Rio Grande
Western S
Passengers taking the Union Pacific
line from Salt Lake at 7 am for the east
can get breakfast on dining cars out of
Ogden at S am
Messrs Nelson Lawson have bought
the immense stock of drugs chemicals
patent medicines toilet articles and holiday
day goods in the Palace drug store and
formerly owned by H B Younger Son
The entire stock must be closed out within
the next sixty days and will be sold at
cost The prescription department is in
the exclusive charge of n thorough chemist
and registered pharmacist of fifteen years
experience Prescriptions will be i
Prescrlpton wi accur
ately compounded and sold at the actual
coat of the drug notua
S No 2u7 South Main street
The decoctions served to the thirsty and
worm at the Occidental
wlrm Occdental are delicious pure
and suplrlor FirstclEBs wines liquor
beer ales and cigars Family lquor
cgars Famiy supplies v
s picialyAmm
S AUER Munrnr Proprietor
Best of wines liquors and cigars Fami
ly supplies a specialty Give him scall at
42 First South cal
Are you bilious constipated or troubled
with jaundice sick headache bad taste in
mouth foul breath coated tongue dyspep
sia indigestion hot dry skIn pain in back
and between the shoulders chills and
fever ate I you have any of these symp
toms your liver is out o order and your
blood il slowly being poIsoned because
your livar does not act proporly Horblna
will cure any disorder of the liver stomach
orbowels It has no equal as a liver med
icine Price 75 cent Free trial bottles
IL V 1 a M 1 drug deao otte
Delicate women who complain of a tired
feeling pains in the back and loins desire
to sleep dizzness painful or suppressed I
menstruation will find m Oregon Kidney
Tea a faithful friend T can be relied upon I
in every instance to give immediate relief
from kidney and urinary troubles Thou
sands of omen are suffering every day
from some disorder of the kidney or liver
who might be perraently cured by using
Oregon Kidney Tea
A aims 1 ilkJS ilftt PILl
Itching Piles are known by moisture Ilka
perspiration causing intense itching when
warm This form M well 1 Blind Elect
lug and protruding yield at mica to Dr
Bosankoa Pile tffeme < iy wnich acts di
rectly on the part affected absorbs
tumors allays Itching and effect
tumorl ichIng etect a perma
neat sure SOc druggists or mail circulars
lars free Dr Bosanko 229 Aroh St Phil
adelphia Bwt Pa Sold by Z C M I Drug
The best salvo in the world for cuts
bruIses sore ulcers salt rheum fever
sores totter chapped hands chilblains
corns and all skin eruptions and positively I
cures piles or no pay required It is gaur
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or I
money refunded Price 25 cent per box I
For sac by A C SmIth So Company
But a true beautifier being the only pre
paration sold under a positive guarantee of
1000 tint it contains not a grain or fraction
thereof of poisonous or deleterious sub
stance Indorsed by the most celebrated
artistes of the lyric and dramatic stage
recommended by eminent physicians and
pronounced harmless by leading cbeut
I Wisdoms Famous Robertine
Mr John C Goodwin a carpenter ot
Danville Ill writes About two weeks
ago a heavy saw log foil upon my foot very
badly crushing it so that 1 was unable to
walk at all I sent for a bottle of Ballarda
Snow Liniment and kept my foot well
I saturated with lt I is now two weeks
since this happened and my foot is nearly
w ell and I am at work Had I not used
Snow Liniment I should have been laid up
at least months For healing Wounds
Sprains Sores and Bruises it has no equal
No Inflammation can exist where Snow Lint
meat is used You can use this letter
Beware of all white Liniments substituted
tuted for Snow Liniment There is ns
Liniment like Ballards Snow Liniment
Sold by Z C ISL I drug department 5
n PR Ct s
Vanilla Of perfect purity
Lemon I Of great strength
Orn J strengh
Sd If Economy In their use
Almond f
Rose OtC4 Flavor ao delicately
and deliciously as the fresh fruit
Patent Roller Mills
BrandsHigh Patent and Straight Grade
All warranted as good as any mado in Utah
The Highest Cash Price Paid tor Good Wheat
I TLtr Pins
I stimulate tho torpid liver strengthen the
I digestive organs regulate the bowels and
are unequaled as an
I AntiBilious Medicine
ElcKnntlystisnrconted Dososmall Price
1 25 cents OHicc 39 i 41 lark Place N Y
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One Hundred and Fifty People In the Mines
Through the Colil Weather
Mr C K Westover one of the owners of
the Red Jacket and several other mining
claims at La Plata arrived in Ogden Satur
day after a three days journey down from
the mines on snow shoes
Tho snow at La Plata is very deep and
all work is i stopped except in those mines
where shafts have been put down In the
La Plata mine tunnels about eisht feet in
width are being made in three different di
rections A heavy body of ore was struck
in the tunnel at the fifty fOOL level and it
is the intention to sink it another fifty
The La Plata is working flf tytwo men
and tons of ore are being put out on the
dump and in the ore houses
The Sunrise is showing up splendidly
and six men are at work
The Red Jacket keeps five men constantly
at work and the large ore house is almost
tilled with the raw products ready to be
shipped to a smelter
The Lostsheep is working four men and
the Heller six end both are showing up
The weather at La Plata has been ex
tremely cold and the thermometer has
ranged from 10 to 32 degrees below zero
On Christmas morning it was l below
Mr Westover thinks all told there are
about a hundred and fifty people in camp
Several families are there and dances
furnish amusement several times a week
Everyone has enjoyed excellent health and
no sickness whatever has been reported
On his way down to Ogden Mr West
over counted twentyfive snowslides the
most of which were in Middle fork The
Ogden road is completely blockaded
but Billy Wilson who has the contract for
hauling ore from several of tho mines to
Ogden expects to make an attempt to open
it up this week The snow did not drift so
badly on the Logan road owing to the south
winds and it was broken through Tuesday
A Visit From Chief RamsayPersonl and
Hon D G Ramsay acting grand chief
of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers ar
rived in this city last night from California
where he has been laboring for several
days past in behalf of the order and sue
ceedeo in settling in a very satisfactory
manner the difficulty between the South
ern Pacific system and its operators
Ibo gentleman will leave for Texas to
morrow whither he goes to investigate the
existing differencts with tho San Antonio
S Oransas Pass railroad and its elegraph
Mr Ramsay is about twentyseven
years of age and is unmarred
Ho was representative to the thirtysev I
enth Illinois legislature from St Clai
county and made an enviable reputation as
a parliamentarian The gentleman is a
practicing attorney and is at present a resI
dent of St Louis Mo whore he figure
conspicuously Besides this he is a thirty
second degree Mason and represents over
20100 telegraph operators who are mem
bers of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers
Personal and General
The Hot Springs railway will reach
Bountiful Wednesday night
The Union Pacific carried a largo crowd
to Ogden last night to Bee Peter Jacksons
Mr Joseph Brinker assumed his post
yesterday as assistant freight agent to S
H Babcock at the Rio Grande Western
The sale of tickets over the Union Pacific
to Provo yesterday indicated a large at
endanco at the opening of the Brigham
Young academy
Owing to the action recently taken by
the grand jury with reference to the
matter it is announced that tne Rio
Grande Western will no longer haul the
garbage of the city to Bingham cafion
bat of Walker Ems and Fyler Co in Their
New Store Rooms Last Night
AtG30 oclock last evening the magnificent
cent new store room of Walker Bros
ana Fyler company corner of Main and
Third South streets was thrown open to
the public the occasion of their first grand
opening in their new house From that
time until 1 oclock there was a mass of
people surging through the great room
while the sidewalk in front and side wero
I packed as the crowd gazed upon the beauti
fully furnished and decorated show win
dows Tl e Denlmlter Rifle band of twenty
pieces was present and gave a promenade
concert nine numbers being rendered
A description of the magnificent store
room has been given in TIE HERALD so it
will suffice to say that no handsomer or
more elegantly appointed dry goods house
call be found west of Chicago than theirs
Last night under the brilliant illumination
of arc and incandescent lights with the
immense throng of people constantly pass
ing through with ihc handsome fittings
and furnishings and the beautiful display
of goods on counter shelves and rack it
was a kaleidoscopic picture beautiful in
the extreme
The large show windows on the Third
South and Main street sides Of the building
were gorgeous in their trimming Indeed
one could not see more elegantly trimmed
windows in any city of the country The
display of shoes in one window tbe trim
ming being the work of Mr Frank Draper
was exceedingly handsome the show piece
being There was an old woman who lived
in a shoe The show of gents furnishing
gOOds seen in another window the work of
T B W Pearson was exceptional
fine and showed remarkably good taste in
arrangement A lifesize figure of Buf
shown alo Bill stood guard over the articles
The other window on First South was
a marvel of beauty The church pipe organ I
made of silks velvets spool cotton brass
work draperies flowers and fans It was
a work of art and reflected great credit on
the designer Mr J H Beifuss who also
executed i as also all the other windows
on > the Main street side Then came the
balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet the
balcony being made of handkerchiefs I
while reposing near by in an elegant cradle
cascaded with laces was the sleeping baby
Next was shown a beautiful fountain made
of laces and then came a model of the
groat Brooklyn bridge mado oi spool
cotton laces tincel and fringes while the
last window snowed a stairway of carpets
draperies and China silks The windows
were the admiration of all and Mr Beifuss
received many warm congratulations on
his work
The Walker Bros Fyler Co are to be
congratulated as also the manager Mr
Fyler for giving the citizens of Salt Lake
and Utah such a magnificent establish
ment the equal of which it would be dif
cult to find anywhere n
Public Installation of Officers of Post
Last evening G A R post No5 held at
lumbers bal a public installation or
officers for the post for the ensuing term
There was a largo attendance of the I
veterans and their friends Speeches were
made by Comrades Dr E J Milllron M
M Kaighn and Dr hut Music and recita
tions wers given during the eveninc and
substantial refreshments were served by
he ladies
Post No5 during the past year has in
creased its membership about 40 per cent
The members in good standing now num
ber about sixty and a project is on foot for
the formation of a ladies auxiliary which
judging by the enthusiasm displayed will
be an undoubted success
The officers of the post installed last
evening by Past Commander Page were
as follows Post commander J S Lang
ston senior vicecommander Elias Price
junior vicecommander 11 M Burd quartermaster
termaster tvaighn J FDailey adjutant M M
A Grand Lsap War Ball and Fine
A committee of six consisting of Lulu
Bryan Sadie Broadhead Tettie Hague
Miss Jones Miss Sorenson and Neva
Booth gave a grand leap year ball in the
county court houso New Years night
which was a grand success socially Mr
and Mrs A N McCune W P Read and
daughter wero down frain Salt Lake city
and all the society people of Nephi were
present Much credit is due the ladies for
tho manner in which the ball was con
Sleign riding is the leading pastime at
present JUAn
Adam Port Charged with Threat
ening to Kill Discharged
A Bold Theft Burelars and Ulnldsup Still at
WorkCharles ThIedes CaseThe I
Adam Port the German butcher who
was arrested on Saturday night for threat
ening to kill Charles Hadden was examined
before Commissioner Moyer yesterday I
seems that Port had been working for
Hadden and the latter alleges that the
German tried to entice his wife away from
him and when he protested against this
conduct Port threatened to cut his heart
out The testimony adduced showed that
there was some foundation to the charges
but not sufficient to warrant him in binding
the defendant over and Port was accord
ingly discharged
A Bold Theft
On Saturday afternoon a lady from the
country purchased a fine suit of clothes
and placing it in her wagon drove UD
Broadway where she had business to
trausact While she was in one of the
stores in that tborougfare some daring
thief stole the suit of clothes as well as
some other articles and escaped
It Did Not Work
The murderous holdups are still with us
and if the reports of their doings have not
been so numerous of late as before it is
probably due to the fact that the citizens
have realized that it is a waste of time to
report these thingo at police headquarters
Late on Saturday night exPoliceman An
drew Smith was wendIng his way home
ward and when on Sixth West between
First and Second East a couplo of thugs
were about to attack him when Mr Smith
allowed them to gaze down the muzzle of a
revolver and then ordered them to get
They got
In Trouble Once ore
One William D Keller who has a pretty
black record is in trouble again He was
arrested yesterday by Officer Jenkins on
the 175 charge of stealing a meal ticket worth
One More Burglary
Late on Saturday night the residence of
Mrs C Y Cannon in tho southwestern
part of the city was entered by a burglar
cash who succetded in getting away with 815 in
Thicrtos Case
The case of Charles Thinde charged
with assaulting Olof Nord on Christmas
day will be decided by Commissioner
Pratt this morning
The Counterfeiters
The examination of Gibson et a1 on the
charge of having counterfeit money in
their possession will be held before Com
missioner Greenman this morning
Counterfeiter Sprague Arraigned
and Pleads Guilty
Thompson to Be Arraigned This Morning
Both Men Will Be Brought Back
to Salt Sake
The following special in regard to
Counterfeiters Sprague and Thompson was
received from Denver last night
DEXVEH Colo Jan orSpecial telegram
to TIt HEUAIDP D Sprague was ar
arraigned this afternoon before United
States Commissioner Hinsdale on com
plaint of Hugh L Glenn of Salt Lake
charging him with passing counterfeit
money He pleaded not guilty and waived
examination His bonds were fixed at
55000 Assistant United States Attorney
Rodes will ask Judgo Hallott for an order
of removal in the morning and if it is
granted the officers will start with him to
morrow night The case against F H
Thompson charged with having counter
feit money in his possession will be taken
up in the morning He will be returned to
Salt Lake
Old Hickory was a Democrat in life and
it isnt fair to connect tim in death with
anything else While he was still in the
flesh fie was maligned and traduced as few
men ever havo been but nothing quite so
mean has been suggested about him as that
he was aught but a straightout fighting
sevendaysintheweek Democrat without
an alias wherever he might have been
And just like Jackson so was the peerless
Jefierson libelled and pilloried as a dema
gogue and litreserver What a glorious
example these two inflexible heroesfor
n hna 10 n loa n naA
u u v uuu
than warhave set for Democrats to fol
low in spite of any aspersions and defama
tions that may be cast upon them Very
properly the Democratic celebration of I
Andrew Jackson will embrace three sub
jects his Life by Judge Judd Jeffersons
Life by Judge Henderson and Democracy
by Judge Rhodes of Ogden Let every
Democrat who is anxious to know some
thing of the stuff that genuine Democracy
is made of come and listen
t tt
Under a calm surface there is consider
able agitation and perturbation of spirit in
the Liberal party The bosses are hard at
work making up a slate that shall be
thrust down the throat of the convention
when it meets but the slato is brittle and
breaks easily R N Baskin H W Law
h n u
rence W P isoblo and J K Gillespio are
considered in the order named as the
most available timber for the mayorltyCP
Mason having peremptorily declined Few
of tho present officials will be renomInated
and the distribution of the other placss will
depend upon the choice for the head of the
ticket J
In Vandercook however the Liberal I
party has a mighty elephant on its hands
What to do with him it does not know
When the exwarden whispered his sala
cious story about Marshal Parsons into the
willing ear of Colonel Nelson it was tacitly
understood that he was to have as a re
ward the nomination for chief of police
But tho sequel was disastrous and snowed up
Vandercooks inefficiency and recklessness
Still that was not hIs fault He did the
best he could and being out of a job he
should not be sacrificed now Thats the
status of the notorious informer today
t t t
Meanwhile tho police department Is jog
ging along in the same impotent rut as of
old Feeble from inanition inert from
weariness it is As an example it Is but
necessary to mention one of its latest ex
ploits or failure of i The Kentucky
liquor store is located on the most promi
nent corntr in Salt Lake I adjoins an
allnight drug store Carriages have their
stand in the immediate vicinity and belated
pedestrians pass there incessantly
When a policeman yearns for a confiden
tial talk the corner of Second South and I j
ic o c
Main street is the place where he can get
it And yet in that identical neighbor
hood and in the store named three burg
lars made themselves as free as if they
owned it and would have lugged off Its
contents had it not been for Mr John
Strickley tho proprietor who happened to
pass by and detect that which the experienced
enced eye of the officer on beat there abso
lutely failed to see I is a pretty state of
affairs to comtemplate No wonder oven
the preachers rebel
By tho way when did the city council
pass an ordinance converting the patrol
wagon into a furniture van for the freo use
of officers and throwing in the driver for
good measure While everything is pos
sible under tho present administration it
is not possible that such an ordinance
should have been passed without TiE
HERALD knowing of it But the wagon and
driver are nevertheless employed in that
Judge McBride is in the city and ho is
looking finely too He left Salt Lake on
account of his poor health and he seems to
have found it Whether his recent expe
rience before the Republican national
committee has contributed thereto or
whether the excoriation of the organ of
Annie Prindlo has strengthened him wo
do not know but we do kno v that Judge
McBride is all right
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Here is a classification of the genus
Liar as made by Parley L Williams First
degree a liar second degree a dd liar
third degree a mining expert That beats
Mark Twains definition of the fool two to
ilajor Erb Entertains Reurceentctlves of the
Local Papers
All important events should be inaugu
rated with due ceremony The breaking
of ground for great railroad lines the lay
ing of corner stones for public buildings
the launching of ship have become almost
chestnuts in the observance
It is proper to no6 that thus early in the
new year the well known host of that
famous hostlery the Walker house has
made a new departure in the manner of
conducting the cuisine and brought this
feature more prominently to the front
A short time ago Major Erb decided up
on an innovation which was nothing less
than the converting of the reading room of
the Walker house into an elegant cafe
The genial gentleman also decided to in
augurate the opening of this pleasant fea
ture by entertaining a fnw of the represen
tatives of the local press at a banquet
which was given last evening
The guests found the rooms fairly trans
formed by the addition of tapestries flow
ers snowy linen and all that goes to make
up an attractive dining ball
The tables wero spread across the room
at the east end and shortly before b
Oclock the moulders of public opinion
gathered around it with the Major ot the
head Then followed a banquet fit for the
gods which came on m nine courses to the
cheery pop of champaigne corks
These invited were G C Cline R J
Jessup Eleanor GrouchYoung unavoid
ably absent of the Tnbune J E Hanson
and D J Brown of the ficws A B Grea
son and W S Wills ot the Time E G
Ivins J R Letcner and Sara Rodgers
Sloan who was compelled to leave early
At the end of the repast the Havanas
wore passed around and speech making ton
limited extent was indulged in
The first toast offered was Our host
and to this Mr Ivins of TIIE RECALL J
responded in terms most appreciative and
Mr Cline of the Tribune answered to
The formations before us in a purely
geological strain following the dips angles
and spurs of the menu with the maizy skill
of an expert under crossexamination
Mr Browne of the JYeics discharged I
his duty with a grace that would
have done credit to Chauncy Depew
and introduced his colleague Mr Hanson
who responded to the sentiment Our call
ing Mr Greason of the Times closed the
round of the papers by a reference to the
fact that nothing was out of joint
The absent ones were remembered by
Mr Letcher of Tim HERALD who noted
with regret the turned glasses and inclined
chairs at the places intended for the lady
representatives as well as of the old boys
who would have been with them but for
the early hour at which the banquet was
held Tne last toast Good Night was drank
standing and with a cordial farewell the
company dispersed The following was
time menu
son Pi
Consomme Royal Cream ol Asparagus nov
Boiled Salmon a la Hollandaise Boiled Span
ish Mackerel Maitre dHotel Pommes
Petits Bouchees a la Heine
Chicken Saute Marenso
Croquettes of Spusuetii a la Romaine
Apple Charlotte Ceieatine
Prime Rib of Beef au Jus
Stuffed Turkey Cranberry Sauce
Corned Beef Ham Beef Tongue
Mashed Potatoes Baked Sweet Potatoes
Spinach with Eggs
Stewed Celery a la Cream
< DEsSnr
Cocoanut Puddin Apple Pie Mince Pie
Vanilla Ice Cieam Assorted Cekes
Tea Milk Coffee
Emllo Lavelye Dead
PARIS Jan 4 The influenza has taken
another distinguished victim in Emilo
Louis Victor do Lavelayo the noted Bel
gian writer on political economy hose
death at Liege was announced yesterday
Canadian Pacific Differentials
CHICAGO Jan 4The Canadian Pacific
railway put into effect today a series of
differentials on San Francisco freight busi
ness From Chicago and Milwaukee com
mon points differentials are as follows
First class ITJ c second i4c third
12c fourth and fifth lOc A and B 8c
C 7c D and 4 5c On all rates of 120 or
under tho differential Is Be per 100 pounds
Rates on Mississippi territory points
through which traffic from any Chicago
common point passes In reaching St Paul
will not bo higher than the differential
rate frau Chicago When the commodity s
rate la the same as the regular class rate
the same differential rato will apply when i
not the same class the rate next below
will apply
A Chinaman Ordered Returned to Mexico
WASHINGTON Jan 4The United States
commissioner at Deming N M recently
decided country whence he came In the
case of a Chinaman who entered the coun
try from Mexico was Mexico and ordered
his return to that country
Silver Purchases
WASHINGTON Jan 4The amount of
silver offered to the treasury department
today asgregated 2025000 ounces The
amount purchased was 564000 ounces as
follows 64000 ounces at 95 100000
ounces at 9510 200000 ounces at 9520
100000 ounces at 9523 100000 ounces at

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