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I i8 THE SALT TAITFS HERALD SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1893 g
SALT LAKE HERALD
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
I 1 BY THE HERALD PUI5 WISHING 0
TUTU OCR COXPLIXENTSl
Ever regular advertising patron of
THE S L1 LAKE DAY HERALD will by
calling at the counting room be given a
serviceable and handsome present
BRIEF AND BREEZY
REGISTER
REGISTER RegIster Register
Clothesline thieves are getting in their
work just now
DONT fail to register I is the last
chance The office closes tonight
THE registration office closes tonight
Bee that your name is on tho list
TJTS only case disposed of in the police
court yesterday was that of Blanch Evans
who was fined 850 for prostitution
JOHN EOBINSON who was shot three
tines JOH by his brotherinlaw on Wednes
day was resting more easily yesterday
and Dr Plummer has strong hopes of his j
recovery
JUDGE GOODWIN will arrive home to
morrow and it is whispered that his re i
morow turn will be followed by a lively caucus of
three gentlemen which is scheduled to i
be held in the Tribune office
THE infant daughter of William and
Mary Elizabeth Garbett died yesterday of
cholera infantum aged 2 years 2 months
ana 16 days The funeral will be held at
the family residence 336 North Eighth
West street tomorrow at 2 p m
THE body of Darcey who made the
murderous assault upon Robinson and
then turned bio pistol upon himself with
fatal effect was buried last evening iu the I
City cemetery Robinson consenting that
the interment should be made l his bur I
ial lot
AN entertainment was given at the
Latterday Saints college by the stu
dents society last evening the pro
gramme including a song by Miss Ruby
Clawson a lecture on tbe epistle to the
Colossians by J M Sjodahl and 1 recitation
tion by Miss Alice Rich
JAMES WALKER a wellknown patent
rights salesman who has resided in this
city for four years died yesterday of
typhoid fever The deceased was 36 years
of age and has relatives in Colorado but
none in this city The funeral will take
place from Evans undertaking establish
ment on State street today
EMMA P daughter of William R and
Emma H Adkins died at her parents
residence 374 Fourth street this city
yesterday aged 15 years and 10 months
iuueral services will be held in the
Twentieth ward meeting house on Sun
day at 1130 a m Friends of the family
respectfully invited to attend Inter
ment in the City cemetery
YEsTERDAY afternoon a stray coyote
was found wandorinir about in the rear
of the Freed Furniture companys store
and a bull dog evidently taking the
coyote for a canine went out for a fight
and got it The battle was a desperate
one but the dog had all the best of it
and was doing the coyote up in fine shape
when one of the men from the store
ended the fray by putting a bullet into
the coyote
AT 630 last evening two line men were
repairing wires at the corner of Sixth
West and Second South streets near tho
Rio Grande Western depot when they
took hold of a live wire and received a
Bnock which threw them to the ground
Dr Marshall wno chanced to be passing
gave them his attention and found that
they were seriously injured although
their hands were burned somewhat
IN its attack on Deputy Registrar Gush
ing yesterday the Tribune stated that
while that gent an might be a success
as an agitator a dire failure as an
organizer br JLU i point out any in
stance In wI ii Mr v < hing had failed
Certainly > not in U3 organization of
the Federau 1 Traues which until re
cently has it pn a suctas nor in the or
ganization of K ding Trades con
gress and several 01 the associations con
nected with it The whole trouble is that
Mr Gushing is not the sort of a man to
be bulldozed by Liberal heelers
AMONG other matters the grand jury
yesterday held an investigation for the
purpose of finding out how the reporters
get information concerning the proceed I
ings which take place within the grand
jury room and are able to announce from
time to time when Indictments are found
THE HERALD and Tribune reporters were
put on the stand but little information
was elicited It can however be stated
most positively that none of the grand
jurors have violated their oath by giving
nay reporter any information regarding
their actions
AT 6 a m yesterday the thermometer
registered 5 at noon 66 and at 6 t m
46 the maximum temperature being 69
and the minimum 46 Observer Salisburys
forecast fur 3 hours ending at 6 pm
today is Showers followad by clearing
weather Saturday cooler high southerly
winds shifting to northwesterly Frost
probable on Sunday morning The ob
servers comparative report for yes
terday was as follows 8 a mSaIt
Lake 5Sj Baker City 46j Cheyenne
52 Helena 4 Miles City 5 Wlnne
mucca 6 Idaho Falls 52 10 a m
Salt Lake 53 Bingham 60 Ogden 6
Logan 55 Park Clty5 Provo 60
PKISONEES will be released from the
penitentiary next month as follows C
M Maupin Third district sentenced to
two years for grand larceny will be re
leased Oct 1 J A Ransom Third dis
trict sentenced t two years for burg
lary will be released on Oct 1 Thomas
Todd First district sentenced to five
years for manslaughter will be released
Oct 30 Thomas Atwood fornication
Third district sentenced to six months
will be released on Oct 9 Elizabeth
4 Keilsen adultery Third district sen
tenced to one month will be released on
Oct 18 Susan Tullidge Third district
adultery Oct 21 one month will be released
21Lge
Large stock imported and domestic
woolens Buckle Son Tailors
Abstracts furnished titles insured and
5 per cent paid on deposits by Utah Title
Insurance and Trust Co 160 Main street
Every voter Wl10 bas moved from one
precinct to another since the last election
eec
tion should see that he i transferred
on the registration lists
ONLY THREE LEFT
JForty Stalls Rented in the Continental
lark tJ
Forty out of the fortythree stalls in the
Continental market have been rented
The remaining three stalls will bo re i
served for choice lines
The opening will take place on Satur
day at 9 am and the grand band con
certs will begin at 10 a m and 7 p m
WALT P JENNINGS Manager
1 East First South street
Burn coal from the Old Church Mine
Rio Grande Western Santa Fe Route
The only line running through sleepers
from Ogden and Salt ijake to Chicago
without change Train leaves Rio Grande
Western depot 740 p m Ticket office
1 West Second South street
Provo Mills Woolen Goods
Wholesale and retail at Cutlers 3
Main street
WESTERN LOAN AND SATING S CO
Pays Six Per Cent Interest
Francis Armstrong president James
J5 Jennings prcidentl Cum
omngs treasurer Clarence Grange sec
retary 7ataes A Chute assistant secretary
tary P W MadBeru We desire to have
you call investigate our plan Cor
5 respondence with out of town parties solicited
prtie
licited James E Jennings Cashier
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Dont let the last opportunity go by
Register today
Walker Rouse
Salt Lake city Utah American or Euro
pean plan Hates 2 and f3 per day
BECHTOL SANDS
Props Hotel Dept
CLOTH and trimmings by the yard
Buckle Son Tuilors 2 S Main street
The registration office will close to
night Every voter should sac that
his name is on the list Register
Order your fall and winter suits at C
W Huhls 73 West Second South
15c buys 0 good meal at the Bon Ton
108 W First South
ZIOIfS SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO
was established in 1873 and is the oldest
savings bank in Utah It has more de
posits than all other banks in Utah com
bined Five per cent interest is paid
compouuded 4 times a year
WILFORD WOODRUFF President
GEO1 CANNON Cashier
roil SALE CHEAP
A fine old sweat tone violin Apply at
once at this office
I you like a clean and well cooked
mea call at Mercantile Dining Par
lor 207 State street Oysters in every
style
The Mrmltou Hotel
tor New management reduced rates eleva
0
Highest of a inlLeavening PowerLatest U S Govt Report
Dyal 8k
2 Power
AZSOLUTE1i PR
1 When pain and anguish ring the brow
A ministering angel thouBromo
Seltzer 1
Mme Lambs Reception <
Ladies
remember
Mme Lambs
reception
Will be event the grandest
of the season
Remember the date Tuesday October 3
Hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p m
Notice to the Public
Mr James Hilton who for tho past
twenty years has been in the employ of
the late firm of Auer Murphy has
gone into business for himself and will
open up on Saturday morning the old
Continental bar where he will be pleased
I to see his old friends and as many new
ones Everything will be firstclass and
extent home industry patronized to the fullest
M KOPP
Hasremoved to 257 Main street
Mens sack suits to order from Provo
mills all wool Kersey for 21 at 36 East
Temple street John C Cutler Bro
Go To
Dr Bischof dentist 142 Main at Best set
of teeth 10 warranted Teeth extracted
experience or filled without pain f 1 Twelve years
Paul
Will buy sell or trade secondhand fur
niture 209 State street
o
Eveay testimonial regarding Hoods Sarsaparilla
parilla Is an honest unpurohused statement of
what this medicine has actually done 53
Try Gallachers oysterloaf Merchants
lunch at Arcade Restaurant
HEADING HAS THE ONLY FRESH
Stock of Flower and Garden Seeds
Emporium Corner and 2d E and 2 S
The Mauitou Hotel
Hotol
New management reduced rates eleva
tor
119O7OeOa
Kept At lie In Insurance Premium
Since the Organization
OF THE
HOME
OF
UTAH
Capital 250000
Assets 34OOOO
Surplus 50000
HBER GRAIIT CO GenI Agents
60 Main Street
Coal
Rock Springs Nut J450
Lump 550
Phone Weber Nut 450
I 1jUl11 Lump 550
Old Church Lump 5 g il
88 Castle Gate P V 523
MILLER MILLER
3 W Second South
UT
BABY
CARRIAGBSa
1
At 360 480 675 1025
1400 These and all others at
LESS THAN COST
H BINOOBEY n Y
Furniture Co
H
7 I S3CHARDU T O WEBBER
PrE VlC9Pre
a 1 BAcrntAir Secy k Treas
Tug Securit Act Com > ay
Office inDeseret National Bank Bldj
Telephone 14 Salt Lake City Utah
BUT ROBINSON BROS
3aSllOES3
MADE AT HOME OF LEATHER
Factory 64 Richard Street
STORE 49 Wet First 8oQth4
IllS 1M11R1AbllffluiSS
The Archduke of Austria Ar
rived Here Yesterday
HE IS TRAVELING INCOGNITO
Two Dukes and a Baron Accompany
Him
The Party Drove About the City for Three
Hours Lineage of the Heir Presump
tive to the Throne of Austria
Railway Notes
The lowering skies of Salt Lake yester
day frowned on royalty in the person of
his imperial highness the Archduke of
Austria who came in on the Union
Pacific train at 10 am and left on the
Rio Grande Western express at 750 pm
s is the habit with personages of blue
blood when on their pilgrimages he has
assumed for the nonce the name of Count
Artstetten and pretends to be traveling
incognito in spite of the fact that news
papers all over the country have heralded
his arrival He is accompanied by Counts
Wumbrand and Clam the Baron Irnhoff
and two officers of the Austrian army all
of whom are boon companions of his
After his arrival on the steamer Em
press of China he and his friends enjoyed
some good deer shooting in British Co
lumbia and afterwards were taken by
way of the Oregon Short Line up the
I beautiful Columbia river and allowed to
view the grand scenery which there pre
sents itself After that the party was
whisked over the bleak lava beds of
Idaho and at last were taken to the
Yellowstone Park through which they
went on the regular schedule Their
wonderment of course was provoked
by this garden spot of wonders and they
came away pleased with their
trip Yesterday in spite of I
the rain a hasty view of this city was
taken in a drive of three hours length
After leaving here the oeautiful Pullman
private car Mascot which was put
at the disposal of the party will be taken
directly to Colorado Springs over the
Western and Rio Grande Here a stop of
one day will be made and then the party
will go on to Chicago and New York
maKing stops at the principal cities on
the way and from Kcw York take 0
steamer lor home
A HEHAUD scribe went down to
the car Mascot yesterday after
noon and found the royal visitor
and his friends at dinner He after
wards succeeded in gaining the car of the
private secretary to his royal highness
but an audience with tho august peraon
age in whom all interest centers was de
nied However a fleeting glimpse of
this scion of the house of HapsburgLath
aringia showed that he is a tall hand
some man of about the age of thirty He
bears well the honors of a house that can
wel
trace its lineage back to 1099 when the
counts of Hapsburg were first heard
from The house of Hapsburg has fur
nished reigning families for Germany
Spain anJ Austria The particular
branch from which he derives his preten
sions was formed by the marriage of
Maria Theresa in 1745 to Count Francis
of Latharingia
Of course the prince of the royal blood
will see much to surprise and let us hope
shock him in Democratic America but
Amerca
will receive his share of adulation when
wi
he reaches the more populous cities of
the east when a monied aristocracy has
grown up and where blue blood is wor
shipped However an article from Town
TOpiC heretofore quoted seems to cast
doubts on the warmth of his reception
I reads as follows
His Royal Highness Prince Ferdinand
dEste duke of Austria heirnresumptive
to the throne of Austria and the latest
royal foreigner to arrive in America with
the expectation of being made a social
lion of has arrived at a particularly in
opportune time to succeed He has no
doubt heard of the reception given the
Maharajah the Spanish duke and other
scions of nobility and accordingly
packed up his royal purple wardrobe and
took passage on the steamship Empress
of China which landed him Victoria
He of course started at once across the
continent but before be gets to the homo
of American fashion I fear he will find he
has arrived between two seasons and
that those he expected to entertain him
are themselves taking a vacation from ar
duous social duties The visitoris really
of more importance from a social point of
view than any of the titled foreigners who
have preceded him and I imagine there
would be far more pleasure in entertain
ing him than a maharajah who considers
every woman a possible addition to his
string of wives But since a majority of
summer homes have been closed and city
houses have not yet been opened his
royal highness will probably have to be
content with the hospitality of a hotel
clubs and loccasional visits to the metropolitan
1 Coupling Pins
R J O OEielly of the Pullman com I
pany is in town
A E Welby is expected tomorrow on
his return from the coast trip
J F Wells traveling freight agent of
the Western is back from his trip to the
fair and to Canada
Six cars of the passengers who were
compelled to go to the coast by the north
ern route on account of the Santa Fe
washouts passed through last night over
the Western
John H Dewey jr is holding flown
the desk of the chief clerk of the West
erns freight department in the absence
of G W Cushing who went to Chicago
with Mr Babcock
AX OPEN lETTER
Mr Hinkley Superintendent Rapid Transit
Company
DEAR SIR On coming home with some
friends from south on State street we de
sired transfers east on Seventh South and
received them all right On alighting on
the corner there was no car in sight aud
it being cold for ladies we started to walk
slowly east on Seventh South the car
overtaking us just two blocks from State
On presenting transfers we were taken
by surprise by a haughty domineering
conductor who refused to accept them
We have been patrons of your road for a
long time and have spent considerable
money in traveling on it and consider
the act referred to an insult The Salt
Lake compan3s car passes within half a
block of our residences and we
have never heard of such actionsby I
that company Therefore in behalf of
the public and your patrons we de
nounce the proceeding described and
would further say that the conductor on
that car No 9 1115 p m should be
censured Hoping dear sir that you will
inform us as to why you refuse to honor
your own trausfers we are respectfully
I PATRON
AUDSEMEKTS
KIELAKITEY
Katie Emmett is a winsome little
actress who can act better than she can
singj and sing better than she can dance
That she is well known and well liked in
Salt Lake was clearly evidenced by the
hearty reception accorded her when she
made her first appearance last evening at
the SaitLake theatre in the first act of
her new play Killarney Miss Em
mett belongs that class of little actresses
who always struggle through dire
poverty for three acts and then come In
for a fortune and an estate in the fourth
to the great delight of her many friends
before and behind the footjights the
hearts of whom she has completely
captured by her bright eyes and smile
her sweet songs and her loving heart
Such a vole had Miss Emmett
last night and she filled it well Her
singing doesnt pretend to much from 8
o
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musical standpoint but i is very taking
and pleasing from the chic and the smiles
which accompany it At the end of one
song a couple of handsome boquets were
handed over the footlights and smilingly
acknowledged Miss Emmett cannot
dance and she recognizes this by only at
tempting once
Andrew Mack is one of the sweetest
ballad singers on the stage today His
voice is a very high clear tenor His
singing last night was enthusiastically
encored As an actor Mr Mack only
partially filled the bill but when he ap
peared as a stopgap or stage wait in
the third act he delivered a monologue
which made his stock as an actor go up
one hundred per cent F J Battln
played the faithful servant with honor
and strength Elizabeth Leslie as Judith
I Kavanaugh was entirely incapable of
interpreting the part of the designing
woman Little Ruby Leslie as the
precocious child was good The minor
support acceptable
Of the play nothing can be said in praise
save that there are many witty lines The
story is as old as the Irish drama There
is nothing original in it However it is
no worse than dozensof similar plays and
answered its purpose well i e to fur
nish Miss Emmett a fitting vehicle to dis
play her talents
The settings of the play were very good
One or two of the drop curtains are gems
In each of these were pictured roads that
made every wheelman in the house envi
ous of the Irish boys The Devils pool
however with the leap for life was dis
appointing
The house was crowded the rainy night
notwithstanding and the theatregoera
got what they went for laughed at and
applauded it and went home happy
Killarney goes again tonight
The billing for A Nutmeg Match
which is due at the theatre Monday even
ing is adorning the bill boards The ad
vance sale has started out handsomely
WONDERLAND
This is childrens day at this place oi
amusement and a programme especially
intended to delight both the old and the
young will be given
This resort io very popular with the
little ones and the management insure
perfect comfort and safety to the young
people attending even though they are
unattended with an escort
I Safe Sure and Speedy
No external remedy ever yet devised has
I so fully and unquestionably met these
three prime conditions as successfully as
Ailcocks Portia Plasters They are safe
because they contain no deleterious drugs
and are manufactured upon scientific
principles of medicine They are sure
because nothing goes into them exceptin
gradients which are exactly adapted to
the purposes for which a plaster is re
quired They are speedy in their action
because their medicinal qualities go right
to their work of relieving pain and re
storing the natural and healthy pertorm
ance of the functions of muscles nerves
and skin Do not be deceived by misrep
resentation Ask for Allcocks and let
no solicitation or explanation induce you
to accept a substitute
PERSONAL ITEMS
L GEE of Tooele is at the Morgan
P C HAYS of Ogden is at tho Tsmple
tonE
E J KEAHNES of Gunnison is in
town
J P MITCHNEB of Stockton is at the I
Walker
HARRY STEVENS of Ogden is at the
Cullen
Knutsford M B WHITNEY of Provo is at the
MR AND MRS GEORGE H WOOD went
to Springville last evening
MR AND MRS CHARLES COOPER have
returned from their bridal tour
F H KNOWLTON and B A McMillan
are Ogdenites quartered at the Walker
MRS L SPENCER came down from
Park City last evening She is at the
Cullen
IKE COLEMAN came up from Salina on
last evenings train and put up at the
Walker
F C GRAFTON is in from the prosper
ous city of Butte Molt He is at the 1
Templeton
MRS E EGAN and John Butter came
in from Bingham yesterday They are at
the Cullen
J W HAMJI is back from his trip to
Denver and is again seen in the Knuts
ford corridors
W A FRAILEY S G Frailey and
James Quirk are in from Stockton They
are at the Cullen I
S O NIELSEN of Fairview came in
on last nights train As usual he is reg
istered at the Walker
W F NELSON is down from the Junc
tion city taking in the sights of the cap
ito He is tit the Walker
A CHARACTERISTIC autograph on the
Morgan register shows that Edwin Dix
has come in from Plain City
N B ADSIT manager of the Brown
Palace hotel of Denver is enjoying the
hospitality of the Knutsford
W P McCALTHAY and Mrs Emma
Johnson are in from the beautiful town
of Vernal They are at the Walker
MRS ISABELLE PLUMMER of American
can Fork is visiting the capital She is
stopping during her visit at the Morgan
MR AND MRS C O FARNSWORTH left
for Illinois last evening They will visit
their daughter in Bloomington and send
some time at the Worlds fair
ANDY BRIXEN and wife and daughter
will leave for the east tomorrow New
York is their objective point and they
will visit Chicago enroute They will
remain in the east during the winter
H S HORNLEIN 0 F Washburn and
wife Miss 1 jI Gulls Miss Irene Rich
ardson and Miss Ada Richardson of Sac
ramento and E T Kendall of San
Francisco are Californians at the Walker
FRANK PETERS Frank Ambrose Harry
Jacobson Al Wilson Thomas Massen
gale Miss Carrie McCullough Miss
Stella Barr and Miss Bessie Leslie are
memoers of the Katie Emmett company
at the Morgan
KATIE EMIT Harry Williams and
wife Herbert Sackett and Andrew Mack
of the Killarney company are basking
under the sunny smiles of Clerk Palmer
of the Templeton
V your watch repaired by J H
Leyson company 128 Main street
CHARLES ARNUP ON TRIAL
Difficulty Impaneling 8 Jury
inthe Case
ARTE FLiT IS ACQUITTED
Mrs Millie Cook Kejsor Granted a
Divorce
Tho Registration Cases Will Be Heard To
day Tho Law and Motion Calendar
A Receiver Asked for the Salt
Lake Building Association
W J Davis one of the trio indicted
for burglariiing the residence of May
nard Bixby on South Seventh East street
in May last was brought up for trial in
the Third district court yesterday before
Judge Zane but on motion of the prose
cution the case against him was dis
missed on the ground that the evidence
against him was not sufficient to convict
The trial of Arte Flint on the same
charge was then proceeded with Assist
ant District Attorney Howat prosecuted
and Judge Powers defended
Mrs Flint a good looking young wo
man was in court and occupied a seat by
her husband It transpired that Flint
was a blacksmith and had worked at his
trade in St Louis Denver Chicago and
finally at Salt Lake He roomed with his
wife at the old Continental hotel and it
appeared that the stolen goods had been
taken to Flints room by Carter who was
found guilty of burglary the previous
day
dayJudge Powers made an emotional speech
to the jury in which reference was largely
made to the celebrated Pickwick case as
narrated by Dickens
Mrs Flint wept copiously during tho
progress of the trial and her tears may
have had a molifying effect on the jury
for after a short time spent in delibera
I tion they returned a verdict of not guilty
TH ARNUP CASE
Difficulty to Got a Jury to Try the SInyor
of the Chinaman
Charles Arnup the 17yearold boy in
dicted for murder in the second de
gree by the grand jury was put on trial
yesterday afternoon
The specific charge against Arnup was
that he struck a Chinaman named Wong
QuongKem with a stone on July 3 and
that the said blow caused the death of
Kem The Chinaman was a fruit
pedler aged about 60 and was following
his vocation in the neighborhood of Ninth
East and Third South streets when it is
alleged that Arnup pelted him with I
stones one of the missiles striking Kem
I
behind the ear rendering him uncon
scious for a time When he came to he
wept to a doctor and had the wound
dressed after which he proceeded home
and nothing more was heard of him until
three days after when he died The
coroner held an inquest at which it was
developed that death was caused by the
blow which had partly severed the jugu
lar vein Arnup had his preliminary ex
amination before Justice Gee and was
bound over to the grand jury
A good deal of difficulty was experi
enced in impaneling jury to try this
case Some juror confessed to an un
friendly feeling towards the Chinese and
oue C S Nichols said he would not be
lieve a Chinaman under oath Mr
Nichols was excused for the balance of
the term and so were J B Rawlins
Adam Paul and L C Crook
The prosecution made seven peremptory
challenges and the defense five and when
the court rose there were only eleven jury
men in the box The defense can yet
make ten more peremptory challenges
and tho prosecution has three so i both
I sides exercise their fullrights it may be
noon today before the jury is completed
A special venire was issued for twelve ad
ditional jurors for today and twelve for
Monday morning
I is understood the defense will claim
for Arnup that he acted in selfdefense
and that the particular stone which
proved fatal was thrown as the Chinaman
was rushing at Arnup with a knife when
his progress was suddpnly arrested by the
missile
F
Several of tho compatriots of the dead
man are witnesses in the case From
ii
present appearances the case will be hotly
contested on both sides
Stolen Property Restored II
In the case of the People vs C W
Ladd who one day this week was sen
tenced to three years imprisonment for
stealing a quantity of bullion from his
employers the Daly Mining company of
Park City an application was made to
the court and granted for an order to
turn the property over to the lawful
owners
Juror and Witnesses Fined
W G Ewer a petit juror was fined 5
and costs by Judge Zane for being ab
sent without sufficient excuse Otto
Johnson and Fred Brown two absent
witnesses were brought in under attach
ment and fined 5 eachand costs
BEFORE JUDGE BARTCU
The Registration Cases Will Be Argued
Today
There was a good atendance in Judge
Bartchs branch of the Third district
court yesterday morning as it was under
stood his honor would pass on the cases
of Thornton and Righter against Reg
istrar Walden The appearance of At
torneys Judd Dickson and L Grande
Young for the defense was entered His
honor granted a temporary restraining
order in the first case and in both cases
order was issued to Dhow cause by consent
of counsel and the hearing set for 10
oclock this morning
Another of the Same
On the heels of this came another case
of mandamus proceedings against Regis
trar Waldon brought by John Otto
LaMer I is similar in all respects to the
one brought yesterday by Righter and I
cases the hearing was set for today as in other
I
3JRS KEYSOB GETS A DIVORCE
NonSupport tho Grounds on Which I Is
Granted
The divorcecase of Millie CookKeysor
vs Jas B Keysor came on before Judge
Bartch Mrs Keysor a young lady of
very modest and prepossesing appear
ance was examined by her attorney Mr
Moyle She stated that her husband was
a dentist in this city and enjoyed a
lucrative practice but had utterly failed
at any time to contribute anything to her
support although amply able to do so
Mrs Clara Eliza Sflell mother of the
plaintiff corroborated the statements of
Mrs Keysor and the defendant failing to
put in an appearance his honor granted
the divorce and flOO attorneys fees No
alimony was asked for
Joined the Union
Fred Trimmer an Australian now a
resident of Salt Lake city was admitted
to citizenship
LAW AND MOTION
The Cases Heard and Disposed of Yes
terdny
No law and motion cases will be heard to
day asitis expected the arguments in the
registration cases will occupy the whole
day Thehearing on the law and motion
calendar will be resumed on Monday
morning commencing with case num
ber 72 j
Thecases disposedof under the head of
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law and mot n yesterday were follows
United States vs H G McMillan
clerk of the Third district court in which
the plaintiffs claim that Mr McMillan
should turn over to the United States
about 70 fees collected by him At
torney Dickson forthedefendant claimed
that the sum in question was territorial
fees and that the government had no
right to it The demurrer to the com
plaint was argued and submitted
H J Richards vs Elias Moiris suit
dismissed by consent
GeorgelF AdklnsTS James O Gale de
murrer to complaint overruled twenty
days to answer
Charles B Taylor vs Salt Lake Fort
Douglas Railway company demurrer to
complaint overruled and ten days to an
swer
Pioneer Savings and Loan company vs
H P Mason al demurrer to amended
crosscomplaint argued and submitted
Mason Co vs Louis C Mortensen
demurrer to complaint argued and over
ruled thirty days to answer
Harriet E Burt vs John B Gaboon et
al demurrer to amended complaint
argued and submitted
W H Groesbeck vs F E uoughton
et 01 demurrer to complaint submitted
without argument
George J Thomas vs JamesJ Glendin
ning demurrer to complaint argued and
submitted
North American Savings Loan and
Building association vs Lulu N Byers
demurrer to complaint overruled
Ellen Reese va Nephi Reese et al
order to show cause set for Oct 2
Parker and Depue vs William Burke et
al demurrer to cross complaint of
Supert Bros and Cahoon Hains Com
pany argued and submitted demurrer to
cross complaint of Fangberg and Erdman
sustained and twenty days to answer
Missouri Glass Oompany vs C M
Freed demurrer by consent withdrawn
twenty days to answer
C C Gregory VB Simon J Weigel
demurrer withdrawn
Elizabeth Bernheisel vsMartin Fassell
motion to retax costs stricken from tho
calendar
James Fairclough vs Salt Lake city
motion for a new trial overruled
Old Jordan Galena Mining Com
pany vs Niagara Mining Company de
murrer withdrawn
Simon Hay vs A Eldridge demurrr
sustained and twenty days to answer I
John C Patten vs E B Hanson de I
murrer to second amended complaint
overruled and ten days to answer II
Joseph Dederichs vs Salt Lake city
Railway Company demurrer to amended
complaint overruled and ten days to
answer
J R Pritchitt et al vs Bingham Can
yon Mining Company demurrer to
amended complaint sustained and thirty
days allowed to amend
F P Pascoe vs A E Groves et al
demurrer to amended complaint sus
tained and ten days to amend
C C Larson vs Everett E Howe dis
appeal missed appellant having failed to docket
W Smith et al vs Henry W Walsen
et nl demurrer to complaint withdrawn
and twenty days allowed to answer
SUITS BECJUN
Application for a lieceiver for the Salt
Lake Building Association
William Anderson has commenced suit
in the Third district court against the
Salt Lake Loan and Building association
On his own behalf and on behalf of all
stockholders of the said association the
plaintiff alleges that the corporation by
its board of directors and officers maae
otcers
excessive loans on property and
that the securities of the associa
tion are not worth more than
half their face value and that the value
of their shares will decrease as fast aa
said securities are realized upon and that
the association is insolvent that in many
cases the excessive loans were made to
members of the board of directors Other
irregularities are alleged wherefore the
plaintiff that a receiver be
prays ap
pointed by the court to wind up the af
fairs of the company and hold the assets
for distribution among the stockholders
after tho liabilities are paid to creditors
other than stockholders and also that the
agents officers and employees of the asso
ciation be restrained from continuing in
business the management of the said associations
For Building Material
James W Stevens began suit against
Samuel E Woodmansee etal yesterday
in tho Third district court to collect
38984 on an assigned account for build
ing material furnished and asking that
said amount be adjudged a len on the
premises of the defendant Woodmansee
Probate Court
Orders were made in tho probate court
yesterday by Judge Blair as follows
Guardianship of H C Shurtliff minor
Oct 13 set to hear guardians account
Estate of Frank Crocker continued un
til Oct 6
Guardianship of Hans Jacob Jensen
minor continued until Oct 4
Estate of Matthew Condon final ac
count allowed and final discharge of
special administrator made Mrs Cath
erine Gulls appointed administratrix on
filing a bond in the sum of 250 order of
publication of notice t creditors made
COMMISSIONERS AND JUSTICES
Freda Pullman sues Sheriff BlcOueen for
Damages
The demi monde were well represented
in Justice Keslers office when the case of
Freda Pullman vs Sheriff McQueen came
up for trial yesterday in which Miss Pull
man sued for the return of certain wearing
apparel a silver toilet set an album and
other articles valued at a total of 125
and alleged to have been wrongfully
seized by Deputy Sheriff OBrien and for
damages intho sum of 150 The ar
ticles in question wore levied upon on a
judgment granted by justice Hall in fa
vor of Helen Smith alias Helen Blazes
against Freda Pullman The defense
claimed that the articles in question were
exempt from execution The articles
were produced in court and Justice Kes
ler made a critical examination of them
His honor took the case under advisement
and today will render his decision at 2 oclock
Fraudulent Transfer
Justice Hall gave judgment yesterday
in favor of the plaintiff in the cae of
William Boyle vs Edward Ray holding
that a fraudulent transfer of certain
property towit a wagon harness etc
valued at 35 had beenmade and ordered
that the same be returned to the plaintiff
The Color Line
Miss J F Drake and Miss Ruth Shelly
two colored ladies have commenced suit
in Justice Keslers court to recover
29999for damages from the Salt Lake
Sanitarium association becanse the asso
ciation refushed to allow the plaintiffs to
bathe in their bath house The only I
reason why they were denied being on
account of their color Attorneys Somers
and Kroeger are for the plaintiffs
JUSTICE AT SOUTH JORDAN
A School Teacher Wanted in That Pre
cinct
Attorney G A Burgonhas commenced
suit on behalf of A Dalton in United
States CommissionerPratts against
Justice of the Peace Oliver and Deputy
Constable Becksiead of South Jordan to
recover a quantity of grain valued at
110 alleged to have been unlawfully con
verted and for 29999 damages
The facts i they are established show
the strange way in which legal affairs
are conducted in South Jordan precinct
I appears that George W Bills a
butcher commenced an action before
Justice Oliver to collect 2640 alleged to
bo due for meat supplied Whilst the
suit was pending Bills made an affidavit
setting forth that Dalton was about to
dispose of his property insuch a manner
aa to evade the payment of the account
due Bills and the justice issued an at
tachment order upon which the deputy
constable seized and took away about
110 worth of grain belonging to Dalton
and a horse The latter was however
returned
It afterwards appeared it is alleged
that the original summons was illegal
and was not properly served The at
tachment was also illegal In fact every
thing about the proceedings was illegal
The parties however held on to and are
still holding the grain The documents
are drawn up in I very illiterate manner
and demonstrate the fact i nothing more
that the legal luminaries in South Jordan
are badly in want of a schoolmaster
TOLD ON THE QUIET
Some Stories Now Being Circulated By
Those Who Should Know
That was a neat piece of sarcasm on the
part of Mr Mackintosh when at the
conclusion of the reading of Mr Con
kilns declination he remarked J C
Conklin per O W Powers That the
letter was dictated by Powers there is not
the slightest doubt in the minds of any
body who read it and i the typewriter of
the exleader were to be placed on oath
the fact could probably be proven I am
real sorry for Mr Conklin He is a man
for whom f have always had a great deal
of respect he has or had large property
interests in the city and territory and the I
acceptance of the nomination for recorder
at the hands of the leading men
in the community certainly could
not have reflected adversely upon the
gentleman Rather should he have considered
senteman
sidered it an honor that is very rarely be I
stowed Itwas offered not because Mr
Conklin had any particular pull not
because he had at any time been 1 regis f
trar and piled up voters that never ex
isted not because he had done his party
good service but because it was gener
ally believed that the gentleman was in
terested in the prosperity and good name
of the community which he has so long
resided and because of the fact further
that it was thought he would do credit to
the city
That he should have been so ungrateful
I do not say ungentlomanly to in
dite such a letter is a surprise to all
who have known him and all
are those who say than even
now he regrets that he lie
tend to the advice of a certain man
who has lately removed to the Eagle
block I he does not regret i now he
certainly will when the hypnotic effects
have worn off
of the son of Michigan have of
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Conklin should have remembered that
there is a time in the affairs of men that
taken at the flood leads on to fortune
also that there is a time when not ta
ken at the flood mud is the result All
Conklins true friends are sorry to note
Conklns has listened to the voice of the
Liberal Mephistopheles Mr ConElin
will yet view the case C in the same way
Pat Moran is very quiet these daysbutit
is understood that he has at least one eye
upon the possibility of being returned to
the legislative council next year The
newspaper legisiatve who had a great deal of
fun at Pats expense two years ago will
from Ire
be very sorry if the gentleman
r land should be laid on C the shelf
I is given out on very good authority
that Harry McCallum and Louis Hyams
will not run a registration train this yearS
Jo Galigher is said to be burnishing up
his torch and trimming the wick prepara
tory to making his muchvaunted parade
up Main street as the only Liberal left
in the city Joe has been left so
often of late that this will be no new ex
perience for him
Samuel Peterkin Armstrong the pres
ent secretary of the Liberal city commit
tee has been promised the position of city
attorney it is said in case there should
be enough of the rule and ruin gang left
to carry the Liberal ticket Sam would
look well dealing out legal lore to Bill
Showell Jake Gfeenwald and others of
Soowel
the same kidney who will compose the
next city council in caso 01 I ijioerai victory
tory
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I was at breakfast the other morning
when a knock came at the door The
noise was made by a rather welldressed
young man who asked I he might have
something to eat His appearance inter
ested me and I invited him in Some
what surprised that such a man should
bo reduced to such a strait I applied the
interviewing pump with this result He
said he had jnst arrived from the north
west that he had seen upon the streets
in the saloons hotels and business
houses notices to the effect that many
men could find work in this city When
he reached Pocatello on his way here he
was met fav a man who told him that he
would at once be furnished smith work
upon application to Liberal headquarters
here On the strength of this he had
made his way here as best he could ex
pecting that he would bo able to find em
ployment
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I asked him whether he did not know
that the whole scheme was a political
trick He replied that he did not and he
had been given to understand that his
position would be permanent adding
that he had talked to many others who
had thsame idea and were heading this
way just as fast as possible
probably this is one of the reasons why
my Liberal friendsare so anxious that
the names of dummy voters should
be kept upon the registration books
DR FELL
THE COAL FUND BENEFIT
A Letter from Mayor Bnskin to the J
Stock Company
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The following letter from Mayor
Baskin regarding the recent engagement
of the Salt Lake Stock company will be
read with interest
MAYORS OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY SEPT 25 1S93
Messrs Charles H Collins Manager Salt Lake
Stock company ana Charles H Burton
Manager Salt Lake Theatre
GENTLEMEN am today in receipt of
13275 being the pro rata per centage as
agreed upon between ns for the coal fund
benefit tendered by yourselves and asso
ciates during the presentation of the
Two Orphans
The proceeds are much larger than I
anticipated they would be Your idea
that the coal be not distributed until the
extreme cold weather sets in Is a good
one and I will follow your wishes in the
matter
The worthy poor to whom I will be able
to furnish the sixty or seventy loads of
coal will 1 am sure appreciate your
charity I am yours truly
R N BASKIN Mayor
STRUCK A LiVE WIRE
A Horse Belonging to Rich Bros Killed
Instantly
During the wind storm which prevailed
yesterday a telephone wire was blown
down and fell across a street railway
wire near the corner of Fifth West and
South Temple streets Shortly after
wards two men in the employ of Rich
Bros the butchers drove down the
street in a delivery cart and the horse
struck the wire which of course was
alive and the shock killed the animal
almost instantly The men had close
call but were not injured

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