OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, March 15, 1892, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1892-03-15/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

d
6 c
e
R THE SALT LAKE HERALD r TUESDAY MARCH 15 1892
CHINESE IERCIIAITS l
A Commercial Domicile Not For
feited by Temporary Absence
THE SUPREME COURT SO DECIDES
Tho Senate Considers tho Behrlnj Sea Ques
tion A Messace From the Presi
dent on the Subject
WASIIIXGTOX March HLou Ou Beu i
can remain in the United States Tho
supremo court of the United States this
morning reversed the decision of the
United States circuit court for tbe North
ern district of California vhich ordered
that he be deported from the Unit 3d States
and returned to China Lou Ou Beu
is a Chinese merchant of Portland Orc
who went to China on a visit and when he
returned to San Francisco was refused
permission to remain in the states because
ho failed to seuro tho certificate of identification
fication required by the Chinese restriction
Et to be obtained from the Chinese
government by merchants and others com
SE to tho United States The United
States courts in California affiirming the
legality of the commissioners action Lou
brought the matter here on habeas
corpus proceedings The court In its
opinion says it is of its opinion it was not
intended that a commercial domicile bo
forfeited by temporary absence at the
domicile of origin nor that resident
merchants should bo subjected to the loss
ol the rights guaranteed by treaty if they
failed to produce from the domicile of
origin that evidence which residence in
the domiciio of choice may have rendered
it difficult if not impossible to obtain As
i
Lou is unofficially restrained of his
liberty the court instructed the lower
court to reverse the judgment and dis
charge him from custody
The Behrlnc Sea Jaestion the Senate
WASHINGTON March HThe Senate In
executive session today spent an hour in
the discussion of the Bearing sea question
The matter came before the Senate in the
snaps of a message from the President in
reply to a resolution requesting further
information as to the effect of pelagic seal
Ing The President sent extracts from the
official reports of the Behring sea commis
sioners showing contrary to Lord Salis
burys statement the British commission
ers had conceded that seals had diminished
in number by the hand of man which of
course meant largely through tho acts of
poachers in killing seals at sea The mes
and Sher
sage was laid before the Senate
man moved its reference to the commit
tee on foreign relations but Senators
wished to hear the extracts enclosed
by the President and defeated the motion
The matter was read in full then followed
u debate very similar in character to those
which 1 occurred last week The point of
difference was to be seen in the strength
shown by the sentiment favorable to the
protection of the claimed rights of the
United States in Bohring sea by all the
resources of the governmeut pending arbi
tration Short speeches were made by Sherman
Butler and Morgan of the committee on
foreign relations and by Platt White and
others The papers were referred to the
committee on foreign relations
An editorial article in the London Times
of March 2 on Behring sea question has
excited considerable comment at the state
department The article is based upon the
news published in London of the decision
of thw supremo court in the Sayward case
und the signature of the Behring sea arbi
tration treaty In the editorial the follow
ing language is used It is understood
that as an award cannot be given before
the opening of the next sealing season it
will be necessary to renew the modus
vivendl for another year
This declaration was made one day after
Lord Salisbury had through the British
minister in tnis city notified Secretary
Blame the modus Vivendi would not bo re
newed but before that fact was made pub
licThe
The House committee on reform In the
civil service has agreed to report favorably
a bill to exclude political influence in the em
ployment of laborers under the authority I
of the United Status
Canada Interested in Esqulmault
LONDON March HIn the commons to
I day the financial secretary of the war
office Broderick stated he had reason to
believe Canada was interesting herself in
the defenses of Esquimault and was confident
dent the work was now to be carried out
Activity at Mare liland Navy Yard
SAN FKANCISCO March HThe same
activity prevailing at Mare Island during
the discussion of Chilian affairs is again
revived by reason of the Bearing sea con
troversy ana it is apparent tho government
proposes to send north immediately all the
available ton vessels on the Pacific coas t sta
The New Chilian Ministry
WASHINGTON March 14 Sefior Montt
Chilian minister received a cable message
Irom Santiago Chili today announcing
the formation of the new ministry as fol
lows Juan Castellon minister of foreign
affairs Eduardo Matte minister of In
terior Gaspar Torro minister of justice
Jorge Rissco minister of industry Au
gustin Edwards minister of tho treasury
Luis Barrios minister of war
General Grant assistant secretary of
war was taken ill today and is not able to
leave bed Overwork is the cause
Rebels in Paihan
LODO March 14 Advices from Sing
apore show the rebels in Paihang have
again assumed tho offensive The rebels
were recently reported as being gradually
hemmed in by superior force I seems
however the troopa were on 1 mission for
Orangkiah leader of the rebels who is said
to be under the protection of Dato Kiah of
Jellei the great Paihang chief at the head
of a portion of big old followers has cap
tured the station at Luboktruk A number
of rifles fell into the hands of the rebels
One European was captured and subsequently
quently released I
gales of Trotter
LEXINGTON Ky March HAt the horse
sales today Pocahontas Prince by Poca
hontas Boy brought 500
Cedrio by Red Wilkes 6
Campbells Electioneer 217 was sold
to I J Conway Dwyer Hill stock farm
Lexington for 15100
The Alliance Goes Aground
IT SAN FEASCISCO March 14 Among the
Oceanics passengers today were E E
Stevens and George B Mitchell two Now
I York attorneys who have been making a
bicycle tour of the world While In Turkey
they were arrested as spies and kept in
Jail thirtysix hours When the Oceanica
started out from her moorings in Yoko
hama harbor Rear Admiral Harmony or
dered the Alliance toaccompany her a short
distance au a courtesy t Rear Admiral I
Belknap who was on tho Oceanic The
Alliance went stern on to the breakwater i
being built at the entrance t the harbor
and stuck fast As the Oceanic steamed
r
away a barge and three tugs were trying
to pull tho Alliance off but apparently
were not succeeding When spoken to
about the matter Admiral Belknap con
EL fined himself to the assertion that he
thought the Alliance would be gotten off
Other passengers of the Oceanic say they
think that her back was undoubtedly
broken when tho tide wont out
11 Mnrletta Co May Hare Receiver
I LONDON March HIt is reported that a
U receiver will be appointed for the financial
houso of Murieita Co limited which
L 1 has been In trouble a long time
ij The Javanese Elections
YOKOHAMA March 14 Elections for
J members of tbo Japanese Diet are practi
2 t
catty finished but the exact result is un
known The elections were distinguished
by riots and assaults there having been
twenty persons killed and 140 wounded
I is reported the president of the privy
council has resigned Only about three
fourths of the legal voters exercised their
right and voted The papers ascribe this
chiefly to fearu of violence General
charges of bribery and intimidation have
been made in sections and in one precinct
the ballot box was surreptitiously made
way with
February 20 Admiral Belknap retired
as commander of the United States Asiatic
squadron and was succeeded by Rear
Admiral Harmon
Shanghai advices state that Oscar
Sjarborg has been sentenced by tho mixed
court to wear a coupuo in public A
caugue is similar to the English stock
Jlelbournu Ran Stock For Pale
CHICAGO March HA Topeka Nan
special says Two companies claiming to
have Rainmaker Melbournes secret have
been formed Thoy offer to sell the secret
at the rate of 2503 per county or will fur
nish one to Uvo inches of rain at the rate
of 5COO per county They have men at
work in the dry regions of California and
Arizona and claim to have produced one
and 1 half inches of rain at Pixley Cal
I I Coins to Swim Niagara Rapids I
LOCKPORT N Y March 14 William J
Davis of Australia ie en route to this
county for the purpose of swimming
through the Niagara rapids in an ordinary
bathing suit
Hawaiian Matters
HONOLULU March HTho supreme
court of Hawaii has been petitioned to
vacate the elections of Nobles Cummins
Williams Newman Eva and Peterson
who were returned on the Liberal ticket
the petition alleging the ballots were im
properly printed
Queen Liliuokalaui gave a reception to
Admiral Brown nod tho officers of the
cruiser San Francisco March 3
Geargo Lucas exchief of tho Honolulu
fire department died March 1 aged 72 He
came to Honolulu in ISoG His father was
one of the English guards placed over
Napoleon when the latter was banished to
St Helena
I
Confirmations
WASHINGTON Marchsl4 Judges of pro
bate UtahIsaac Burton Uintab county
James McGarry Beaver county
Daniel Page Iron county
G C Yeile Millard county
Lars P Edholm Morgan county
W A Kelly Oregon commissioner for
the district of Alaska
TH PRESS CLUB
Tho members of the Press club held an
cub
interesting meeting at their rooms in the
Central block on Sunday Mr Glass rep
resenting Georgo W Cable was present
but as dates could not be obtained at the
theatre there was no occasion for the club
to consider the proposition with regard to
having Mr Cable appear under its auspices
The committeemen were overwhelmed
with unsolicited courtesies from the bust
nens men yesterday and if the generosity
exhibited continues the club rooms will
soon be the most attractive in the city C
R Savage presented the organization with a
pair of beautiful photographs of Utah
scenery handsomely framed and these
svill adorn tho walls in a day or two Joslin
Park presented a clock which
will be an ornament to the rooms and
Margetts Bros sent down a pair of elegant
ink stands and other things which made
Secretary Hanson smile all over Sains
berry < k Johnson gave City Editor Taysum
of TUE HERALD carte blanche in their pho
tograph gallery and the result was a selec
tion of half a hundred photos of notables
and beauties which will go far towards
making the club rooms attractive Per
haps the most generous donor was E C
Coffin who sent over big refrigerator
4
The boys on the police force aro prepar
ing to show their regard for tho press gang
by making the club a handsome present
Sergeant Donovan is at the head of the
scheme
C
George E Blair is an enthusiastic mem
ber With such hustlers as George tho
success of the club is assured
I
A little entertainment will soon be given
in the club rooms to formerly open them
and one of the features will be I speed
type writing exhibition by F E McGurrin
who has no equal probably no rival in the
world
Treasurer LIppman was happy yesterday
too Tho cash kept rolling in on him until
he went home
Mrs Sarah Rodgers Sloan THE HER
ALDS society editress and one of the lady
members left for El Paso on Sunday even
ing to be absent about three weeks
TT
The book cases will be in in a day or two
and then the work of collecting a library
will be commenced
The furnishing of tho rooms will be com
pleted this week and then visiting news
i paper men are expected to make them their
I headquarters whilo sojourning here
A SUGGESTION
Wo wish to make a suggestion to persons
troubled with rheumatism Try a few ap
plications of Chamberlains pain balm If
that does not bring relief dampen a piece
of flannel with the pain balm and bind iton
over the seat of pain The first application
is almost sure to relieve the pain and by its
continued use many severe cases have been
cured 50cent bottles for sale by Z C11 I
drug department
Mrs Crawford will use her own magnifi
cent piano Etruria atBeotnoven recitals
We are hesdquarterc for fancy groceries
S ROGERS Co
Arruicated EureJmCrc
The finest of lotions for chapped hands
and lips rough skin pimples tan etc
Makes tho skin soft white and smooth
druggist Elegantly perfumed Only 25 cents at
TINTIC
The best way to get to Eureka the Tin
tic mining district is via the Rio Grande
Western railway Through train leaves
Salt Lake at 4 p m arrives at Eureka 710
pm
pmDo
Do you eat
If not why not
Eat the best
The best is Rood enough
Dew Drop canned goods are the best
ROGERS Co
NEW SERVICE
Commencing March 5 the Rio Grande
Western inaugurated a new firstclass
sleeping car service The new car runs
from Oeden and Salt Lake through to Chi
cago without change
The Beethoven recitals will be given by
Mrs Jeannette W Crawford at the Metro
politan parlors
Finest Teas Best Rogers Coffee Co
MME LABS MILLINERY RECEPTION
In response to the many inquiries of tho
ladies this city Mme Lamb announces
her reception to be given Thursday March
M at her elegant parlors 55 Main street
Ladies should avail themselves of this op
portunity to see the finest display of
French pattern hats and bonnets ever
shown I America A cordial invitation
extended to all Hour 2 to 5 and 7 to 9
p m
THE BURLINGTON ROUTE
When going east select the popular route
the Burlington Two daily vestibule
trains from Denver with dining and chair
cars and Pullman sleepers attached for
Chicago Peoria St Louis Kansas City
8t Joseph Atchison and all points cast
A iOLlOi
In the NIapEraTvill insure sweetreposo
i H J QUANT 1t Co Agents
WE DONJT WANT TO MOVE THAT HARDWARE
FR01 THE LoI4E BIOCK
We want you vto move it and i you will visit the sale you will be surprised to find what a little money will pay for in tho way of convenient and useful things for the kitchen
510000 VORTH OF HARDVARE
Is not thrown on the market avery day as Hardware differs from all other lines in that its value is not much changed b3 time or circumstances and this stock is clean well
assorted filled with the very choicest goods from the best manufacturers The prices are marked in plain figures and We pledge our business faith to you that every item
represents a bargain E2T REMEMBEH THIS SALE CLOSES SATURDAY MARCH 19
Housewives should carefully inspect this stock Builders will be wise to go over tho Housetrimming Hardware Mechanics should now provide themselves with
the tools they will need this summer Cooks will find mauy serviceable things for their work Lawn Mowers Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Stoves Carving Sets
Table Cutlery Pocket Cutlery Tinware Graniteware Rakes Hces Shovels Gasoline Stoves are a few of the seasonable goods we propose to sacrifice
No I bunkum no Mrs Jarleys Waxworks Smoke Sale but
F A BONA FIDE BANRRUPT BARGAIN OFFERING r
THAT WILL SUIT YOU DOWN TO THE GROUND
s o Xv nvs 1 BLOCK STATE STREErr
IOL1E
Dont get this location confused with our better known Main Street Establishment
I E Co COFFIN HARDWARE COTlP ANY
1 I r Sid obsOifl
CURES
UISES9
OST BBTfS
IN t 1 LAMMATION 1S
AND ALL
HURTS AND BLLS
OF MJN 1ND BETSTU
F R 1ING
Increased Yield Increa
SUPPOSE Y
And Make use of the Latest Xml ron
GEORGE
I Carries a Full Stock In his warehouses
Latest the Best the Most Modern LaborS
Enquiry and Inspection
I AGE
Schuttler Wagons Buckeye Mowers a
Schutter Waooni
Binders Solid Comfort Suly Plows Gard
City Clipper Plows Crown Mowers Brad
Rakes Daisy RaUes Bradly Sulky Plows J
pmwall Potato Planter Superior Press Gr
Drills Planet Junior Horse Hoes Beet Cu
vators and Garden Tools Clarks Cutaway I
rows Triple Harrows Adjustable Harroi
Baker Perfect Steel i orb A ire Baling W
and Bale Tie Dederick Perpetual Hay t
Wool Presses
And in the line of Fine Vehicles offers u n
Importation of Columbus Bugpics Carrla
and Phaotons in their Latest and most popu
deafens besides u large stock now on hand T
I on tho way from the fallowing factories Say
There is no danger from whooping cough
i when Chamberlains cough remedy is
freely given It liquifies the tough ten
acious mucus and aids in its expectoration
It also lessens the severity and frequency
I of the paroxysms of coughing and insures
a speedy recovery There is not the least
danger in giving it to children or babies a
it contains no injurious substance 50cenS
bottles for sale by Z C M I drug depart
ment
I
The largest and finest stock of Fancy
I I Groceries at Rogers Cos
I Do you eat
I not why not
Eat the best
The best is good enough
Dow Drop canned goods arc tbe best
4 ROGERS 8 Co
SILVER EROS ION WORK
No 149 West North Temple
i o PR CE
I DELICIOUS
FIavorin
Flavorins
Extracts
AT1JRL FRUIT FVORS
Vanilla 01 perfect purity
I I
i Lemon or great strength
Oran
Sd If Eoonom In their usa
Almond i
Ros ocr J Flavor as delicately
end deliciously as the fresh fruit
MADE EASY
sed Profits Lighter Labor
lu TRY IT ONCE
I
ements in the Lino of Fanning Machinery
A LOWI
i In SALT LAKE CITY AND OGDCNASD LOGAN tha
wing Faring Implements and Cordially Inritea
NT FOR
nd Scoville Troy Carriage Works Haydcck
Ion Bros Gate City Carriage Co Standard Bugey
icy Co Gay Sons and many others comprising
is every desirable style of Buggy Cart Surrey or
Cer
iln Carriage They are well worth looking at and 1
Iti would be vory well pleased to have you call
ar bhould I you want Machinery 011 carry in stock
v I Ames Steam engines and Boilers Lane Saw
lie Mills Lane ahlngie Mills J I Caso Threshers
nd i Horse Powers and Saw Mills J I Case Trac
tion Engines LeHel Turbine Wheels and Ea
ew glees Planers Moulders and oilier Wood
gas Working Machinery
far CataOKue upon application Enquiries a
nd swered Promptly
era I
er II I
DAVID JAMES i COa
Tinner Plumbers
lAS AND STEAM FITTERSj
DBA JRS IN
iiimhk Haiwial 1 Pumps Pipes and Fittings
Stoam Heating Supplies Tin and IroQ Roofing
I Galvaniied iron Cornice Guttering Garden ROII
I and Lawn Sprinklers Water Fitteys Bte
O a 62 d IN STRE i T
d
ΒΌ
CRll1IAL MATTERS
Wood Indicted For Maintaining
I a Nuisance Acquitted
A PLEASANT GREEN RAPE CASE
J W Worn a School Teacher on Trial For
Ravishing One of Ills PapiU Police
Court Proceedings Etc
The trial of the case of Zoo Wood in
dicted with William Sbowell on the charge
of maintaining a nuisance at the mouth of
Bingham canon was concluded in tho
Third aistnct court yesterday afternoon
and after being out about three hours the
jury returned a verdict of not guilty I
TUCKETT PLEADS GUILTY
Henry Tuckett who was arrested a short
time aco on the charge of unlawful cohab
itation entered a plea of guilty and sen
tence was set for April 4
A PLEASANT GREEN RAPE CASE
The case of J W Worff charged with
ravishing Mamie Auer then camo up for
trial Arthur Brown defending and F B t
Stephens prosecuting
This is a very unsavory scandal and
created a big sensation at tho time of its I
occurrence According the opening state
ment of Mr Stephens it appeared that
the defendaat was formerly the village
schoolmaster at Pleasant Green a quiet
little town west of this city Mamie Auer II
an attractive country girl of 18 was a
pupil at the institution of learning over
which Worff presided and he paid her
some little presided On September 25 I
last he brought here to this city to attend
the circus leaving early in tho morning
After coming hero he took her to the i
Ensign houso on Commercial street and
there committed the offense charged Mr
Stephens said that Miss Auer was a green I
country girl and the strange surroundings i
and circumstances perhaps caused her to
remain silent
Mrs Auer the mother of the girl and a
kindly looking woman was the first wit
ness Sho testified to Mamie coming to
town with the schoolmaster and said that
for some nights thereafter the girl seemed
ill in both mind and body A few days
later Mainio confessed to what had taken
place and afterwards the witness went to
Worff and charged him with having taken
improper liberties with the girl At first
ho denied It but finally admitted that it
was true asserting however that he had
not used force
Dr R B Pratt who examined Miss
Auer after tho alleged assault testified to
the result of her examination
Miss Mamie Auer testified that she camo
to this city with Worff as alleged and be
ing unfamiliar with the streets went with
him to the Ensign house at his sugges
tion and went to a room on the second
floor Then the defendant made the
loor
assault and though she resisted with all
her power he accomplished his purpose
After a long crossexamination by Mr
Brown the witness was excused and the
trial was continued until this morning
KAVANAUGH FOUND GUiLTY
William Kavanaugh formerly a bar
keeper for Hirschler Si Co who was ar
reseed recently on the charge of stealing
some cigars from his employers was tried
before Commissioner Greenman yesterday
and was found guilty Sentence was de
ferred until this morning
I was at first thought by some that this
was a case of persecution rather than
prosecution but the testimony adduced
yesterday showed that an injustice had
been done Mr Hirschler whose part in I
the transaction is above criticism Kava
naugh has many friends who are sorry
that ho stands in the position he does but
his guilt has now been established and ho
must take theconsequenees
A FORNICATION CASE I
When Deputy Marshal Charles Good I
sell went to Ogden a few days ago to land
Cecil Cooper in the reform school he ar
rested a man named JD Lull on the charge
of fornication Lull was taken to Provo
where he pleaded guilty and a fine of 50
was imposed upon him The prisoner was
unable to pay this and the deputy marshal
returned with him to this city and Lull is
now in the penitentiary
Police Court
In the police court yesterday Barney
Nasa was sent up for twenty days for
stealing a bar of iron from Higgson Cos
tool chest
A similar fate overtook William Wed
lake who in a fit of drunken rage drew a
knife on Charles Knudson in a Second
South street saloon on Saturday night
E A Lewis entered a plea of not guilty
to the charge of stealing a pair of shoes
from Dunfords and he will bo tried for
petit larceny this morning
A quartette of drunks were fined 5 each
D Alexander was arrested yesterday on
tho charge of assault Ho will have a hear
ing today
All Quiet at Eureka I
I Deputy Marshals Cannon and Dyer re
turned yesterday from Eureka where they I
went on account pi the trouble between the
railway companies They report that
everything is quiet now although Deputies
Glenn and Goodsol as well us the deputies
from Provo remain on the ground to pre
vent recurrence of the difficulty
Held asa Witness
Kate Houtz with whom Nicholas is al
leged to have committed adultery was
talen in custody yesterday ana required
to give a bond of 1000 before Commis
sioner Greenman to secure her attendance
as a witness
winessA
A SINGULAR CASE
Two Men Arrested on tho Charge of
Fornication
A few days ago a waman named Mrs
Dorsey was arrested by the police on the
statement of a man that she with some
male companions had broken into a house
in tho northeastern part of the city Tho
woman was intoxicated at tho time but
when she had sobered up sufficiently to
make a statement she said that her com
panion and herself had gone to the house in
question to attend a surprise party As
the man ot the house was out they pushed
in the door and after having a good tmeI I
all came out considerably under tho
influence of liquor this explanation hay
ing been verified tho woman was released
and has since gone west Yesterday tho
party who caused her arrest saw I C
eagle and Li U Crouch on the street and
recognizing them as tho men who wore
with the woman had them arrested on the
charge of fornication although she is a I
married woman Last night Deputy
Marshal Dyer took the men before com
missioner Greenman who fixed their bonds
at 5UO to secure their appearance when
wanted The men could not find sureties
suretes
and went to the county jail Beagle is n
printer and is well known here But little
could bo learned about tie affair Jast night
but when the details come out the case
may stand in a different ligLt
For Disturbing the Peace
On Saturday night some young men
were celebrating a birthday of one of their
number at a house near the corner of
Seventh South and Seventh East and to
add to tho enjoyment a keg of beer was
brought in Tho young men all got some
what hilarious and a neighbor yesterday
swore to a complaint before Commissioner
Norrell charging them with disturbing the
peace The men were arrested last nigh
by Deputy Marshal Will Good el and tho
commissioner released them upon their
own recognizance pntii today I
AJIGEST SALES ON RECORD
of any preparation for tho skin are those
of Eureka Cream Merit always wins and
the people appreciate a good thing There
is nothing better made for chapped hence
rough skin pimples salt rheum etc
Only 25 cents at druggists C
THE MEDICAL FEAST
Doctor Fosters Sad Lack of
Courtesy
HE I PROVES HIMSELF EASE BOOB
The Menu and the Programme of the Society
at the Walker House
Last Night
Some time since the Salt Lake Medical
society had presented to it an exaggerated
case of varicose veins A HERALD reporter II
happened to bo present and reported the
case just as it occurred to him as a layman 1
and as it was commented upon by the fac
ulty I is a wellknown fact that the prac
tice of medicine is not an exact but an ex
perimental science in which many good
men go under as victims of the experi
ments Something too much of truth
touched rather harshly the cuticles of the
M Ds in the report of the case alluded to
and instead of treating it in a broad and
sensible way the executive Dr Foster a
man afraid to tell his own name for public
use like the amphibious crocodile let down
the valve over his snakelike eye to the
truth
Aught or all of the report regarding the
case was inspired by good feeling and that
it gave any offense was a source of wonder
to every man with the slichtest sense of
humor who read the article
Last night the Walker house furnished
a feed to the Salt Lako doctors The
Walker never furnished a better bill of
fare to a better cause I takes a long time
to acquire a practice and many is the doc
tor who goes hungry while waiting for
patients to come knocking at his door
A HEIULD reporter in professional capac
ity went to the Walker to report the ban
quet where doctors of high and low degree
were being fed at the societys expense
The individual whom the society martyr
ized itself by making its president Mr
Foster oblivious to even self respect an
unknown factor to him requested mae re
porter to leave the hall stating that be had
authority to demand it
Who Mr Faster was or what his official
position was the HERALD man was totally
ignorant of and therefore asked the indi
vidual posing as a disciple of zEsculaplus
his name
A natural cowardice combined with a
sense of guilt caused the man Foster to
REFUSE TO GIVE HIS NAME
whereupon THE HERALD was telephoned
the true state of affairs regarding the po
sition of Doctor Foster
Such a stand might well have been ex
pected from a quacic or adispenser of com
pound cathartic pills under a patented I
name but from a man who is posing
as a gentleman and a practitioner
it was rather unlocked for How I
ever a note was written to that
courteous gentleman Dr Maclean and alI I
the information desired was furnished
Comparisons are of course odious but
anyone who runs may read the difference
between a Maclean pulsing with courtesy
and intelligence and a Foster
THE HERALD has no desire to reflect on
those gentlemen who were unaware of
Doctor Fosters discourtesy nor does it I
think that they like he feared that its re
porter came hoping to find a vacant plate I
and thus shorten the percentage of food
prepared for the takers of the Hippocratic
oathOutside of Doctor Fosters unpardonable
rudeness the banquet was a sucess but
then in the doctors ignorance lies his
pardon and his training among corpses tits
him fully for the brutal part ho played
last night
Following is the
MUSU AND PROGRAMME
Oysters on the half shell Syreae
SOUPS
Consomme Achilla Green Turtle Pluiarque
visit
Dare of Salmon ala Henry IV
Pommes Duchesse
lions DOEDVKE
Celery Olives
IlEfEVE
Filet of Beef Larde a la Balzac
Petite Pois Franoais
ENTREES
Diamond Back Terrapin on Caleb Doctoral
Vol au Vent of Sweetbreads a U Foster
Asparagus Diane
Claret Punch au Nectar
v GAME
Quails sur eanape Voltaire
SALAD
Lettuce Barcarole
nysSeiiT
Omelette Soulllco au Turban
Brie Cheee Koquefort Cheese
Bre Cafe Noir
Not all on books their criticism waste
The genius of a dish some justly taste
And eat their way to fame
Address By the President
Titles of honor add not to his worth I
Who is an honor to his ttle
Introduction of 1 oabtmasterBy the President
Now sits expectation in the air I
Bow by Toastmuster nnDr Lorin Hall
He scratched his ear tho bio resource I
To which embarrassed people ljuve recourse I I
Our Society Dr J H Hamilton i
Thus far our fortune keeps an onward course
Ant we are graced with wreaths of victory
Poom 0 l > r Jonuon
A great deal my dear Hose depends
On having clever bards tar friends
The Ogden Society Dr Brick
Wo pile for kindred natures
To mingle with our own
Physic Past and Present Dr U Worthington
Physician mend or end us
Secundem artem but although we sneer
In healthwhen sick we cal them to attend us
Without the least piopenslty to jeer
TUE GUESTS
Following are those who were present I
Dr McAchrau city Dr Gregor Dr Wil
son Dr LeCompte Park City Dr Daly I
Dr Maclean Lr Heron Dr Marshall
Dr Wilcox Dr Whitney Dr Bascom Dr i
Hughes Dr Root Dr A C Ewing Dr S
Ewing Dr Plummer Dr Silver Dr T
B Beatty city Dr Pike Provo Dr
Fowler Dr Hall Dr Poster city Dr
Brock gden i Dr Bower Dr Fisher Dr
Benedict Dr Lyon Dr Richards Uy
Dr Snow Logan Dr Niios Dr King
Dr Worthington Dr Witcher Dr Snarp
Dr Pfoutz city Dr Hughes Coulvillo
Dr Linusay Heber Dr Kendall Fort
DouRiaas Dr Millison city Dr Shons
Provo Dr Thorn Dr MUspaugb Dr
Wright city Dr Cumpoll Sundy
Society Notes
The Womans society gave a most de
lightful entertainment at the Metropolitan
hall lent night in thfl interest of sweet
charity Just what the individual case
was that the proceeds were to bo devoted
to the ladies were too charitable to toll
but sufficient to know that the case was a
good one The Womans society is founded
on the principle of charity and when it
sends forth u notice that there is to bo an
invitation
entertainment everybody who gets an
vitation responds
Last nights programme was an excop
Lionally good one Miss Snyder and Mrs j
Whitney surpassing themselves At the
conclusion of tho programme the ladies
served refreshments of a most enjoyable
kindFollowing is the programme
Song The Maid and the Butterfly DAlbert
Miss Lincoln
Recitation The Little Hero uuu
om u uhmlrS HeroMrs W H Whitney
Song The Daisy n1iss Snyder
Vccil selection Salve liezinaElena
Mrs Dr Plummer
Recitation A Hundred Yeats
1 u e YeatsJohnny Wiscomb
The Purim Bull
The Purim ball at the new Odd Fellows
hall last night was a great success The
ball was under tho auspices of the Hebrew
society in honor of the deliverance of the
nation from the schemes of Haman which
naton
is celebrated on the 14th or 15th of Adar of
the Jewish calendar
The ball was largely ateended by the
elite of the Jewish society of this city some I
of the prettiest costumes of the season
being worn by the ladies many of whom
are among tho handsomest in the city
A DESPERATE AFFAIR 1
Hughey McCartney Stabbed by
Mark Howard at Silver
The Men Quarreled Over a Game of Billiards
low II in Jail His Victim
in the Hospital
There was a desperate cutting scrape it
Silver City near Eureka on Saturday in
which one man was desperately wounded
I seems that Mark Howard and Hughoy
McCartney were engaged in a game of
billiards on Saturday evening when
Howard took offense at something said by
McCartney and a quarrel ensued Before
the men could be separated Howard bad
drawn a knife and slashed McCartney in a
frightful manner When peace was re
stored it was found that the latter had one
cut on the right side fourteen inches long
and another ugly wound on the head
II which extended clear down across the
neck to the jaw The unfortunate mans
clothing was saturated with blood and it
was feared he would die before proper I
medical assistance could bo obtained but
after his injuries had been attended to he
was brought to the city and arrived here
alive on Sunday He was at once con
veyed to the Holy Cross hospital and the
physicians have hopes that he will recover
Sheriff Henroid promptly arrested How
ard who is now safely behind the bars in
Juab county jai
McCartney is well known here and in
Colorado and his career has been an inter
esting one He want to Aspen in early
days and located mining property wnich
he afterwards sold for 530000 or 40000
Then he decided to quit mining and open n
faro bank For a time fortune smiled upon
him but he finally went broke He came
to Salt Lake about two years ago and after I
gambling awhile went down to Eureka
and again engaged in mining with consider
able success He was not quarrelsome
and although nervy never posed as a
I bad man
THE NIAGARA WINS
Judge Anderson Decides Against
the Old Jordan
The Niagara People are Jubilant and Will
Proceed With the Erection of
Works Au Appeal
The long expected decision in the case of
the Old Jordan vs the Niagara was an
nounced yesterday This was one of the
most important mining suits over tried
here involving as it did the title to some
of the most valuable ground in Bingham
I estimated to be worth upwards of a million
dollars Tho plaintiff claimed that tho Red
Warrior the most valuable part of the do
fendants property overlapped the Old
Jordan lines The trial commenced before
Judge Anderson a few months ago and oc
cupied several weeks The plaintiff made
out a strong case at first but the defense
broke it down by showing that the lines of
the Red Warrior were thirtyfive feet north
of the survey lines as claimed by the Old
Jordan company and this was supple
mented by showing over seven years ad
verse possession by the defendant
The Old Jordans side of the controversy
was most ably conducted by Marshall
Bennett Bradley and P L Williams
r while the defense was equally well repre
sented by Arthur Brown W H Dickson
nd V Hall
and W C Hal
Iiuiie Anderson yesterday simply said
that the case had been tried by piecemeal I
and circumstances had arisen to prevent I
him from writing his opinion so tbat ut I
that time he would simply announce that
I he found the issues for the defendant and
all injunctions and restraining orders
were dissolved I
This decision will have an important
effect on the mining industry of Bingham
as the Niagara people propose to push the
work in tho mines and to erect mills and
works without aelay The company is
backed by such men as Dr Palen of Philadelphia
adelphia and with the local affairs in the
hands of so thorough a mining man as
Colonel Treweek there is no doubt but I
that the decision will soon have its effect
In all probability Prof Holaen will take
nn appeal and the litigation may bu carried
on for some time yet
A FISH SPRINGS CASUALTY
C W Terry Dragged t Death bv I Team
at That Mace
On the morning of March 7th C W
Terry in company with Billy Avery left
Deep Creek Terry intending to go to Salt
Lake City About 3 p m the same day I
Terrys team was seen at a distance of
about two miles from E W Tripps ranch I
at Willow Springs apparently running I
away A Mr Scbofield working at Mr
Bagleys ranch near by took charge of the
team unhitched it and immediately
mounted a saddle horse and started on the
back track to see what he could discover
He met E W Tripp and George Crismon
and another Mr Tripp who questioned
Avery where Terry was Avery seemed
to be coming out of a drunken stupor and
knew nothing of Terry nor where ho hat
icen him last only he thought Terry was
in the wagon at Six Mile springs saying
be fell from tho wagon at or near that
point and he Avery had helped him into
the wagon Terry having hurt his nose
quite badly Avery claimed to know noth
ing more of Terry nor how he nuusetf pot
out of the wagon or where Mr Sehofield
on reaching the upper road about half a
mile from where Avery was accosted
found a broken trace and 0 snort distance
further found the dead body of Terry
still warm and some blood running from
his mouth and nose apparently having
bean dragged some distauce and to all ap
pearances been kicked to death by the
horses He had fallen out of the wagon
aud his feet and legs hud been
DRAGGING ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE STEPS
He lay in the road between the center I
and the wagon track with his head in the j
same direction the team had traveled with I
the left arm extending above his hear
There were mauy bruises on his head
some on his face and several on his body
and limbs A few feet from where he had
fallen out we found his compass next his I
spectacles then hs check boolt and a i I
memoranda book Thirtyfive paces from I
where we could discover the first drug I
mark was a bottle half lull of bitters and
an assayers bucker Seventy yards
farther on lay tho body showing it had I
been dragged about one hundred and five
yards At or near where the bottle and
and bucker lay was the appearance of a
man having fallen from the wagon and
walked in passing within ten feet of the
body Those wore Averys tracks When
Avery was found he had both his and
Terrys hat and one of Terrys overshoes
claiming to know nothing as to how or
where he got them
Next morning the inquest was held con
ducted by Jonn W Morohouse commis
sioner The jurors names were W J
Lund Meshach Pitt and Charles Crotts
After nesses hearing the evidence of all the wit
TiE JURY RENDERED A VERDICT
that there was no evidence of tbe fact
that Mr Terry was an assayer from
Eureka Tintic Ho worked in this place
last April aud May for Chipman Grant
assaying for them he carried his assay
outfit with him through the different min
ing camps He had in his pocket when
found 550 in money and a bank check book
of the bank at Eureka owned by Mr Rice
showing the last check having been drawn
last Monday Billy Avery claims that
Terry himself and others were drinking
heavily before leaving Deep Creek that
Terry asked him to accompany him which
he did intending to part with Terry on the
divide eight miles from Deep Creek and
walk from there to Clifton about four
miles Avery says after arriving at the
forks of the road Terry insisted on accom
panying him to Willow Springs which he
consented to do both becoming so much
intoxicated that neither knew what was
transpiring The acting coroner John W
Morehouse had as decent a burial as tho
circumstances permittedGEORGE
GEORGE CRISIION
FISU SPRINGS March Ifc92
PREVENTION IS BETTER
Than cure and those who are subject to
rheumatism can prevent attacks by keep
ing the blood pure and free from the acid
which causes the disease For this purpose
Hoods Sarsaparilla is used by thousands
with great success it i the best blood
purifier
Constipation is caused by loss of the per
istaltic action of the bowels Hoods Pills
restore this action and invigorate the
liver 20
PERSONAL MENTION
MRS TOSA HYLANDGIUSWOIIJ wife or Dr
Hector Grswold leaves tonight with her two
months her old
chil ron to spend several at
tome in Lexington Missouri
MR Jons HOYDEN and family ot Coalvillo
return homo today Mr Boyden is the Y
known enrolling clerk ot the House which posi
tion he has filled for several sessions No more
competent man for the place could bo found In
the territory and the work of the session was
materially expedited by his kindly aid at
needed Intervals
JUDGE HENDERSON and William A Klnuoy
went south to attend court in the Blue Jay min
ing case yesterday at Milford
K G CARPENTER of Denver the nephew ot
the famous South CarolinaCalifornia Senator
came from his late homo yesterday to settle in
Salt Lake and go into business
MR JOSEPH JUDD and wife turned to Monti
on Sunday after a pleasant sojourn with friends
in the citv As one of the executive force
i of the legislative Hone Mr Judd proved
a most efficient officer end rendered
good service to nis constituents in many
j matters of legislation He is a sterling Demo
crat of sago brush clays
A FIELD a prominent Omaha man is at the
Continental
JAMES M STRUCK ot Kansas City is at the
Continental
T M ABBOTT of Denver a prominent
capitalist u at the Continental
FRANK SHIRES of San Francisco Is at the
Walker house
1 HE following doctors are stopping at the
Walker house G W Shore Provo W R
Pie Provo L W Snow Logan E P Mc
Carthy Ogden L R Rhodes Ogden D M
Wilcox fcunnlngton
DAVE KErn of Park City is at the Cullen
JOHN PArE ot Park City is a guest of the
Cullen Ho is the most prominent contractor
in the Park
DR P LECOiiPTE of Park City is at the
Cullen
JOSEPH HATCH the miner and merchant of
labor C ty is at the Cullen
Mil and Mrs G W Thatcher jr of Logan
who have been spending their honeymoon on
the coast are in Salt Lake en route home
H C WHITE and wife of New York are In
the city visiting Mrs Whites parents Mr and
Mrs S P ieasdel
HERBERT PKMBHOKE Is up from San Fran
cisco for a few days visiting friends and attend
ing to business Mr Pembroke Is manager of
Crockers Railroad Gazetteer
HAVE your watch repaired by J H Leyson
icuiary itt Mam street

xml | txt