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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, November 06, 1897, Image 8

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TiLii bAT iiiiii ti A 1A1 U l X ovuiij I HI7
Weather Today
Probably Light Snow Colder
Silver and Lead Quotations
Th silver and lead quotations yesterday
r as follows
Bat silver 57 cents
< ent
Lead brokers 375 exchange 387i
Copper 1OS744 casting 51025
The City Circulation of The Herald
n bee leased to Mr J O SlcCrack
e Subscribers who do not receive
their papers promptly will confer a
iavor Eerald if they make complaint to The
Icrld counting room
All checks for city subscriptions
should ba mad < payable to
City Circulator
Yesterday the small army of department
o rplo = ets of the city received their semi
monthly pay in cash
Arrangements are being inade by local
sportsmen for a big charity rabbit hunt
at Ccdar Valley on Thanksgiving day
Ycsordays bank clearances a report
ed by the Salt Lske clearing house
anountod to 5271100 a against JiSO555 for
the corresponding day of lust year
Hober J Grant lias sufficiently recovered
to drive < bout town every day though he
has rot resumed his business duties Ills
piUbicmn advises that he spend the winter
in 1 warmer climate
The funeral of Mere the Syearold
daugntcr of airs C H Skewes wM take
place tomorrow at 2 p m from the resi
dence of Mrs Ward mother of Mrs
Skewes at No 377 East Third South
A game of basket ball took place at the
Y 1 C A gymnasium last night between
the Y M C A team and the team of the
Salt Lake college The college boys had
their feelings hurt by a SQl of 3a to C
Rev Alfred H Henry is delivering 3 se
ries of sermons on Cnristan elm at
the First M 15 church The third of this
seri will be next Sunday morning on I
ation God Glorified in the Mystery of His Cre I
A marriage license was issued yesterday
to Frank P Despain aged 19 or Granite
and Margaret B Butter aged 18 of Salt
Lake City The groom being under age
his motiitr consented to the issuance of
tne license consnte
rue primary grade teachers of the coun
ty schools will hold a session at Superin
C by the Salt LaYke clearing house
Reading and Phonics will be treated
by Miss Holton and questions and discus
sion will follow
Tony Arnolds is mourning tho loss of a
large bay horse which now lies stiff and
could as the result of the pranks of a mis
chievous dog Frightened by the vocifer
ous barbing of a canine the horse made a
wild dash for the barn and by a fah
broke one of his hind legs in transit The
accident necessitated the shooting of the
Rev Clarence T Brown will give a series
Ties of lectures at the Congregational
church beginning tomorrow evening The
subject for thc series was suggested by
railroading The subject for tomorrow
evening will be Modern Speed and the
following Sunday Incidents of the Jour
ney An invitation to be present is ex
tended to all
William S Rice an exprivate in the
National Guard of Utah was arrested last
evening by Deputy Sheriff Levy on a war
rant sworn out by Captain l M H Lund
charging the unawiul removal and se
creting by Rice of 0 Springfield rifle be
longing to the state of Utah The ac
cused was released by Justice Sommer on
furnisr ng a bond in the sum of 2 to ap
pear for trial on Monday
The state land board was in session but
a short time yesterday An early ad
journment was taken to enable the com
mittee to devote the day to lurther con
siderat of the White MountalnBonne
vie contest matter I is expected that
the committee will submit Its findings and
recommendations at this mornings meet
ing The carload of metallic hUng oases
ordered some time ago arrived yesterday
and will be set up as soon as possible So
fast is the sates land business expanding
that thee cases became a necessity for
films the many documents and an adjoin
ing room will be used also to make more
suitable quarter for the board
Although but one week more remains
before taxes become delinquent County
Treasurer L nc has received scarcely a
tenth of this years levies aggregating
over l00000fl But the big rush of taxpayers
payer will come next week and on de
linquent day Monday the loth the heavi
est collections mainly from the big tax
payers will be recorded Yesterday Treas
urer Lynch accommodated the board of
education by paying over to its credit the
sum o S2o000 for tne first installment of
this ears tax This action was resolved
upon by the county treasurer before the
boards request came but the payment is
acceptable in that I cuts down the inter
estbearing overaraft of the city schools
to about 555000
Abstracts furnished titles Insured
and interest paid on deposits by Utah
Title Insurance and Trust company
106 Main street
e v
Utah Commercial and Savings Bank
General banking business pays 5 per
cent on posits F Armstrong pres
P W Madten vicepres J E Jen
nings cashier 24 Q E 1st South street
Castle Gate lump 450 Caste Gate
nut winter quarters lump and nut
5425 and anthracite all sizes 950 de
P V Coal Co
OfSce 73 Main st D J Sharp agent
telephone 429
Ellerbeck Goal Company
Office 160 South Main Phone 20
The Keeley Institute
For the treatment of Liquor Mor
phine and Tobacco Habits No 17
Grape street First North Correspond
ence strictly canfdental
Dr > E M Ke ser ha relocated In the
Auerbach building secoad floor Rooms
JOO201 162 Main = street
High Grade Furs Only
Modern styles artistic workmanship
MEHESY the Furrier Knutsford
C 4
Every whale bas its barnacle Ev
erv success has imitators We have
hosts of them The Famous are the
standards they are winners
= I
D E 31 Keyser dentist has new
and elegant parlors in the Auerbach
building 162 Main street Rooms 200
Choice XXXX Alaska Sealskins
London dyed on hand Garments of
all styles made of skins of your OWn
selection at eastern prices and sold
with a guarantee that guarantees fit
and satisfaction warranted
ilEHESY the Furrier Knutsford
Today at Walkers
Is changeable silk taffeta day beau
tiful color combinations firstclass
quality the yard 69c Today only
I 2 c
Crescent Patent Flour
Makes whitest bread o
l Today at Walkers
Is changeable silk taffeta day beau
tiful color combinations firstclass
quality the yard 69c Today only
o 0
Of Interest to ths Ladies
Old fur garments made new upto
L date styles at most reasonable charges
MEHESY the a Furrier Knutsford
His Future Blasted
South Bend Ind Nov 4 John W
Talbott 3 prominent young attorney
or this city was arrested last night on
T a charge of receiving stolen goods and
r held under bond
Klondike BeavEr and Sable
In latest Parisian novelties and jackets
in tock
liEHESY the Furrier Knutsford
Ponderous University Football Team j
Goes Down to Defeat
The University Men Were Not I It I
at Any Time Sprague Did Vali
ant Service With I Big Right
FootThe Y M C A Athletes
Will Contest With the Provo
I Team This Afternoon I
The University football team which
was once stalwart and potent and last
year even wore a few fading laurels is
now hiding in its tents debilitated and
shattered Yesterday the widegirthed
giants of the Varsity met 1 slim youths
of the Collegiate institute and were
walloped so seriously that they could
hardly be recognized now by their best
Six 1o four was the extent of their
undoing by the Collegiate boys When I
the two teams formed their skirmish
line the men of the university looked I
so gigantic that some one suggested
calling for the police to prevent the I
wholesale blotting out of the callow
young institute athletes Then the two I
Singular Circumstance Connected
With n Fire Last Night
About 9 oclock last night the fire i
department was called out to a house I
on State street between Third and
Fourth South streets The blaze
proved to be in the back part of the
house and had made its way between
the inner and outer walls of the build
i 1
iIl tV
columns went together and everyone I j
I waS surprised to see the towering forms
of the university men fall down with a i
whack without advancing a foot
Only one thing was needed to com
pletely shut out the big men from scor
ing This was a foot The particular
foot was attached to the leg of Sprague
the ful back and while he did not dis
cover that he had it during the first
half it did valiant service towards the
end and carried the youths safely out
of danger every time it came in con
cussion with the bal
The university tried the experiment
of putting Reiser in as full back a
position in which his success was about
as phenomenal as a Klondike gold
digger would achieve in writing an epic
poem or reproducing sculptural master
pieces He did not punt very often and
then he did it only under the most
pressing and urgent persuasion but
when he did the effect was so startling
that all playing was suspended until
the bal stopped Each time the oval
would career straight in the air going
through dizzying controtions as if in
great agony and then with a few
desperate lunges drop down within a
radius of two yards from where it
started Undoubtedly these kicks were
the hit of the afternoon and though
the university lost about ten yards ev
ery time one of them vas tried even the
friends of the red and white called for
I more of them
Hyde did some rather clever line
I bucking but as he had no interference
except when Stringfellow or Hedger
occasionally came to his aid five yards
was the farthest point to which he could
carry the tancomplesioncd oval
Hedger and Hyde did most of the
tackling for the varsity and String
fellow created awful havoc at center
where he tossed the forms of the Col
legiate youths around like sheaths
Sprague did some of the best punting
that has been seen here this year and
his gyrations as full back were very
The Collegiate boys made the first
touchdown task which
a occupied only
about five minutes This was done
by Willis and the goal was easily
kicked by Sprague
After the giants increased their ardor
and slowly and steadily pushed the
youths back until Hyde went over for
their only touchdown As the west goal j
post had been obliterated by some j I
small boys the oval was carried to the 1
other end for the goal kick and it was j I
here that the Varsity men showed their I
greatness to be something that no
painters brush can reproduce The j
ball was placed squarely on the ground
by the Quarter back and just as
Reiser was making ready for one of his
aweinspiring kicks a Collegiate youth
jumped on the ball and quoted the rule
which saith that as soon as a ball
touches dust or mud or whatever the
campus is composed of i is in play
This robbed the perspiring giants of a
chance for a goal although a goal kick
by Reiser was not considered or im
pending probability The game lasted
about ten minutes longer during which
little Jones on a double pass fought his
way through a 20 yard run Two min
utes after the referees whistle scream
ed time no giant was visible on the I
The line UP was as follows
Collegiate University
Johnson 1 e Hedger
Jensen 1 t Wallace
Willey 1 gGatehouso
Foote c Stringfellow I
F Willis r g Pearson
Graham 1 t Smith
Hauerbachr e Anderson
Murphy q b Jones
Willis 1 h Hyde
Bernard 1 h Reynolds
Sprague f b Riser
They Will Meet Today on the Uni
versity Gridiron
The Y M C A athletes will contest i
with the Provo team this afternoon at I
330 on the University campus This 1
will be the first time the gladiators of
Provo have been seen here since last
year and among local admirers of
football great interest centers in the
approaching game
The Y jM C A has undergone some
sifting since their recent contest with
the University men Harry Roberts
who returned here lately with football
honors gained in California will take
Latimers place at full back Short
has been billed for left guard and
Bookwalter will do service at right end
The Provo men have the advantage
of greater weight than the local team
but as the Y 1 C A are in better
form than they have been before this
season the admirers of the athletes
expect them to hold their own
Three oolicemen and several specials
will be on bind to keep the crowd from
swarming over the field
The line tinwill be
Thome 1 e Bogge
Johansen1 t Smith
Ewell 1 g Short
judd c Augustus
Andersonr g Clayburn
Le Tevre 1 t Dykman
Cox Capt 1 eBookwalter
WTaduppsq b 1 Cross
Larsen t h Allen
Filleup 1 h Porter
Otteson f b Roberts
Hughes Willis
Astlund Johnson
Adams Knowlton
ling I was found necessary to tear
f some of the boards on the outside
in order to reach the flames This was
I done and the file quickly extinguished
by the chemical engine There was one
peculiar circumstance about it that
I was noticed at the time The back
door was open and a trunk was stand
ing in the middle of the floor with the
contents of it thrown out as if it had
been rifled I is thought that possi
bly the house had been burglarized
and either accidentally or intentional
the effects had been set afire From
the trunk the flames spread to the
wall and worked their way inside but
were extinguished before much dam
age was done
John Thomas Arrested For Fraudu
lently Obtaining Goods
John Thomas was arrested yesterday
on a charge of obtaining goods under
false pretenses I appears that a man
named Adams who had come to the
city from Bingham went to a State
street dealer and purchased a pair of
springs for his wagon He did not
take the goods with him but said
he would call and take them away In
the meantime it is alleged Thomas
found out that the springs were in the
store and succeeded in setting them
by giving the clerk the impression
that Adams had sent for them
Thomas it is charged then sold the
springs and when the matter was in
vestigated and the facts brought out
he was arrested
Still Quite Sick But I Condition
Shows Improvement
Mayor Glendinning who has been
very sick for the past few days vas
reported by Dr Dalby his physician
as being somewhat improved last night
but he is still a very sick man His
ailment is gastroenteritis
Real Estate Transfers
Abstracts of instruments flled with the
recorder Nov 5 1S97 compiled by the Se
curity Abstract company
S B SiNner to George W Wilder
lots 1 3 5 and 7 block Ingle
wood 150
James W Whitney to George W
Wilder lots 1 3 5 and 7 block
Inglewood 150
William H ODonn to Augustine
Kendall part lot 1 block 56 plat
A so
William H Walker to James L
Walker part of section S township
2 south range 1 east 100
Joseph Hepworth to Emma Cobb
part Grabbers P O addition 500
I Adam Duncan to Ann V Proctor
part lot 2 block 1C plat B 400
Far ngton Savings bank to Peter S
Condie part of section 0 township
2 south range 1 west 2150
Jonas H Erickson et 0 to David O
Mackey part of section 1 town
ship 2 south range 2 west 20
William B Thomas to W A Crane
plat lots 2 and 3 block 9 Harriman City 556
Free of Charge to Sufferers
Cut this out and take it to your drug
gist and get a sample bottle free of
Dr Kings New Discovery for Con
sumption Coughs and Colds They do
not ask you to buy before trying This
will show you the great merits of this
truly wonderful remedy and show you
what can be accomplished by the regu
lar size bottle This is no experiment
and would be disastrous to the pro
prietors did they not know it would
invariably cure Many of the best
physicians are now using it In their
practice with great results and are
relying on i in most severe cases It
is guaranteed Trial bottles free at Z
C II I drug store Regular size CO
cents and 1
The Cannon Ball
The Cannon Ball saloon will for
mally open this evening I Is located
at No 40 East Second South street in
the Harmon block The proprietors
are Angus I Cannon jr J Wesley
Duckworth and Oscar Asmussen
DuckwOIth Oscr cen Os
car Asmussen and Joe Riley are the
mixers and the whisky sold is eight
years old The people are invited to
Applicants For Positions Must Un
dergo a Physical Examination
The Western Association Suit of
Robert C Carr and Others Against
the Union Pacific The Kansas
Branch Latest by Wire Local
A circular to heads of departments
of the Short Line has been issued requiring
quiring that all applicants for posi
tons except section laborers undergo
a physical examination by one of the
companys physicians before being
placed on the railroads payrolls The
order specifically includes clerks en
gineers firemen trainmen and mechanics
chanics and is operative on and after
Nov 15
Succeed Kent O Keyes In the Short
I is announced that the St Paul
road will change the situation of its
Salt Lake office from its present quar
ters to a more commodious location on
he ground floor of the Short Line
building The change will be made on
or about the first of next month Some
additions to the present office equip
ment will also be made Kent O
Keyes now chief cleric of the local
freight office of the Short Line hav
ing resigned to take effect Nov 20
and will on that date be made travel
ing freight and passenger agent of the
St Paul Mr Key < s place with the
Short Line will be given to the present
revising clerk of Mr Keyes of nee Wil
Ham Blood A general promotion from
the minor positions to fill the vacan
cies thus caused will also be in order
Claude Williams Mr Downings pres
ent assistant is to be made contracting
Budget of Railroad ITews From the
Windy City
Chicago Nov 5The Western Pas
senger association will in a few days
close its arrangements with the Atlantic
antic steamship < companies for the
handling of the immigrant traffic en
tering at the port of New York They
nave now secured the consent of alI
of the western roads that the business
shall be handled and routed through
the immigrant clearinghouse associa
tion in New York and in a few days a
committee appointed today by the ex
ecutive committee of the association
will leave for New York to make final
arrangements for the handling of the
business The committee consists of
Chairman Caldwell and W F White
who is chairman of the executive cjm
The meeting of the Western Passen
ger association for theipurpose of con
sidering the withdrawal of the exces
sive commissions in the territory of
the association and the use of short
line rates on roundabout business has
adjourned without taking any action
I considered the matters very careful
I ly but came to the conclusion that it
would be unable to adjust matters un
til after the settlementof the affairs
of the Union Pacific and of the Union
Pacific Denver Gulf
The Chicago Milwaukee St Paul
and the Rock Island roads
are worry
ing over the probable action of the
new owners of the Union Pacific re
garding their right to use the big
bridge between Council Bluffs and
I Omaha They are fearful that the new
owners will talte the stand that they
are not bound by the contracts of the
old organization and will make an ef
fort to shut them out of Omaha and
at least demand from them an in
creased rental for the right to cross
the bridge In the latter event it is
likely that there will be the tallest sort
of a fight as both roads declare that
they have contracts and will make
I every effort to hold the management
of the Union Pacific to them
Suit of R C Carr et al Against the
Union Pacific Receivers
St Paul Minn Nov 5Judge San
born of the United States circuit court
had before him today in chambers the
suit of Robert C Carr et ai against
the receivers of the Union Pacific Rail
way company a petition for a prelim
I inary injunction to restrain the sale of
the granted lands of the Denver Pacific
Railway and Telegraph company
whose line runs some 106 miles from
I Denver to Cheyenne
In I860 the Denver Pacific Railway
Telegraph company had a contract
I with William Evans of Colorado well
remembered a a governor of that
I state by which contract he was to have
all the lands in excess of 800000 acres
The land was mortgaged to secure frt
mortgage bonds The decree of fore
closure provides for the sale of all the
granted lands t pay the mortagees
The complainants are the heirs of
Evans and claim of the granted lands
there is an excess of 800000 acres and
that the sale ought not to be held un
til the excess is determined and the
excess set apart
The respondents claim that there is no
excess and that the matter ought not
I be opened after sleeping years I
was understood in Union Pacific circles
that Mortimer Taylor of Topeka the
counsel for the complainants proposed
to stop the sale of the line of the Den
ver Pacific Railroad and Telegraph
company but on the contrary he asks
I no more than an order prohibiting the
sale of granted lands
j Charles Bloodsmith of Topeka repre
i Sets the Sage and Gould trustees
Judge W R Kelly of Omaha and Wil
I lard Teller of Denver renresent the
Union Pacific company and its receiv
I I ers The injunction was denied
I J Pierpont Morgan Forming a Syn
j dicate to Buy I In
Chicago Nov 5Between now and r
Dec 16 the date of the sale of the
Kansas Pacific railroad which has
seemingly been abandoned by the
I Union Pacific reorganization committee
it is will be
j I a syndicate I reported wi
i formed with Pierpont Morgan at its
head to buy the road for the use of the
Chicago Alton This road has a
traffic contract with the Kansas Pacific
similar to the one the Chicago
Northwestern has with the Union Pa
cific and it has found the Kansas Pa
cific almost indispensible as an outlet
from Kansas City to Denver The Al
ton has offered to lease it from the
syndicate which is to secure it at the
foreclosure sale and 9perate i agree
ing to pay the actual net earnings to
the owners of the property
The Altons offer it is understood is
being favorably considered The Van
derbilts aT said to be anxious that the
roa < i should come under the control of
the Alton as the latter is practically
the connection of the Vanderbilt lines
from Chicago and St Louis to Kansas
Yellow Fever Scare
I San Francisco Nov 5Te Southern
Pacific companys Sunset route to New
I Orleans which has been badly crippled
for some weeks past on account of the
yellow fever scare will be reopened for
through business today A plan is now
under consideration to run two limited
rains east of EJ Paso one making the
trip to Chicago by way of the Texas
Pacific St Louis Iron Mountain
Southern and the Chicago Alton
roads and the other to New Orleans
over the Sunset route
Suit Against the Southern Railway
Atlanta Ga Nov 5The demurrer
of the Southern railway to the petition
to an injunction filed by Bluethenthal
t Bicktrt to compel it to haul the
firms goods to the state of South Car
lina was overruled by Judge Pardee
in the United States circuit court to
day The attorneys for the railway
were informed that if they stood on
heir demurrer the mandatory injunc
ion would be issued
The case will be heard o its merits I
next Wednesday additional time be
ing allowed the defendant in order to
answer the serious charges of the bil
The Bluthenthal Bickert company i
have filed an amendment stipulating
the action of the firm against the com I
pany exceeds 75000
Railway Notes
W H Hancock freight claim agent
of the Union Pacific at Omaha is a
visitor to Salt Lake
A large excursion will be run to and
from Utah county points and this city
his morning by the Short Line The
abject of the excursion is to bring in
the crowd from Utah county which
will attend the football game today be
tween the Y M C A and Provo
Ore containing gold at the rate of
2000 to the ton is exposed in the win
dow of the Union Pacific offices The
precious stuff comes from the new
strike in Grand Encampment H M
Clay of tha Union Pacific says that he
will receive a lot more of the ore next
week Grand Encampment is situated
in Wyoming about 45 miles from Fort
Steele and 60 miles from Rawlins The
rate for transportation is 1690
The excessive commission paid to
passenger agents in order to secure
Business by the transcontinental rail
roads has been a bugbear for a long
time to both the railroad companies and
the traveling public in the opinion of
varIous railroad officials Plans and
combinations to limit the ticket agents
rake off have been considered and tried
at various times but some one com
pany by secretly violating these agree
ments has always managed to nullify
all efforts toward ameliorating the evil
A combination has now been formed
between all the transMissouri railways
except the Great Northern and North
era Pacific to materially lessen the unearned
earned increment of the ticket agents
Whereas formerly for instance an
agent received 55 commission on the
sale of a ticket from Ogden to the Missouri
souri river his compensation is now
reduced to 150 with proportionate divisions
vIsions on business to intermediate
points The two excepted companies
are expected to join the movement in
a few days The new order of things is
operative from Nov 1
The Most Conspicuous Figure I the I
Wild Days at Dodge City When
He Filled the Office of Sheriff
Bat Masterson one of the most noted
characters in the west arrived lure
yesterday on his way home to Denver
from a trip through the northwest
Bat is now simply a sporting man
but his life during the border days
was a most eventful one During the
Indian war of 1S74 he was a govern
ment scout under General Miles and
was sheriff of Ford county Kansas
when Dodge City was the wildest town
in all the west It was at this period
that Judge Colborn was city attorney
of the town and both had thrilling ex
periences enough to fill abook Sins
terson was a dead shot and has killed
more men in equal contests than any
other individual in the country The
combats were in every case forced upon
him by the desperadoes who had run
the place and his record is 26 killed
During his entire career he has never
been arrested but twice and then upon
trifling charges
Masterson is a quiet genial man of
stocky build There is nothing about
him to suggest the innumerable adven
tures he has been through and only
with his cronies does he ever talk of
the old days
In 1880 Masterson abandoned the
frontier and took up sporting Strange
to say he has generally been on the
losing side too He was one of Jake
Kilrains backers in his battle with Sul
livan and has figured prominently as a
J promoterof sporting events ever since
You cant care consumption but you
can avoid i and cure every other form
of throat or lung trouble by the use of
One Minute Cough Cure A C Smith
C D Swift 142 Main
Utah Receives a Bakers Dozen of
A private letter received from
George D Pyper commissioner in
charge of the Utah exhibit at the Cen
tennial exposition in Nashville states
that the great affair went out in a
blaze of glory on Oct 31 The crowds
were enormous up to the final date
and the enterprise has been a success
in a financial sense as well as in every
Mr Pyper is still engaged in boxing
up the Utah exhibit prior to sending
it back home and is besieged by
southern farmers who want his sam
ples of grain and potatoes for seed
He states that the Utah exhibit has
been awarded a gold medal for vari
ety and diversity of products as well
as beauty of installation Utah also
receives 12 other medals one of which
goes to the Utah Sugar company for
its display of sugar
Mr Pyper expects to arrive here
about the 12th inst when he will make
his final report to the commissioners
appointed by Governor Wells to take
charge of the Nashville exhibit Judge
Judd being the chairman Mr Pyper
expects to reach home in time to as
sume the tenor role in the Chimes of
Normandy with the Salt Lake Opera
Disfigurement for life by burns or
scalds may be avoided by using De
Witts Witch Hazel Salve the great
remedy for piles and for all kinds of
sores and skin troubles A C Smith
C D Swift 142 Main
To the Public
The undersigned begs to advise you
that he has today been appointed resi
dent agent for Salt Lake City and
vicinity of the German Alliance In
surance Association of New York
This is strictly an American institu
tion and is second strongest of all I
AmeUcaii fire insurance companies I
has assets of nearly eight million dol
lars and a net surplus over l liabil
ities of 3400000 Prompt and careful
attention will be given to all business
A share of your patronage is solicited
RespectfullyELMER I I
No 9 West Second South street
Salt Lake City Nov d 5 1S7 I I
Today at Walkers
Is changeable silk taffeta day beau
tiful color combinations fnatclass
quality the yard 69c Today only I
Some Talk of a AntiSectarian
Movement For This
Voting Will Be With the Old Style
Tickets City Council Will Meet
Monday to Canvass the Retu
MayorElect Clarks Cabinet
Gradually a the echoes of Tuesdays
municipal election are fading away dis
tant rumblings are heard indicating the
approach of the school board election
which will occur on Wednesday Dec
1 L For this once the good old fashioned
ioned way of voting will be in vogue
There will be no Australian ballot und
voting in 52 districts but instead the
electors will use a old style ballot and I
envelope and the voting will be done
in one place in each of the fire precincts
cincts or municipal wards of the city
But the particular method of ballot
ing and conducting the election does not
interest the people so much as the an
ticipated platform pledges of the pout
cal parties or nonparties that will
nominate candidates for election to the
board The personnel of the candidates
is also a matter to which attaches in
creasing interest and discussion Suc
cessors to all the present ten members
of the school board will be elected and
onehalf the number will hold for the
long term and the other five one from
each ward will serve for the short
time of one year
From yesterdays street talk it is
quite probable that a move will be made
to call a mass convention to place in
nomination an antisectarian and anti
star chamber ticket representative of
Republican Democratic and independ
ent Mormon elements I was reasoned
by several citizens yesterday that the
occasion was ripening for such a
move considering the general unsatis
factory result of Tuesdays election
Others believed that a union of forces
would be necessary on the lines indi
cated to negative the anticipated effort
of the famous nonpartisan committee
of 23 While many deplore the nece
sity of carrying the fight into the school
board election it is generally conceded
that the end will justify the means
The end in view is the maintaining and
advancing of the high standard of efficiency
ciency in the public schools consistent
with the greatest possible economy Ind
the lightest tax burden upon the peo
pleTe developments of the next few
days anent the school election cam
paign will be a matter of absorbing in
Assuming that John Clark will be
declared by the board of canvassers to I
be the duly elected mayor of Salt Lake
City and that he will not be deprived of
his seat by the termination of a suc
eessfu contest or otherwise appoint
ments to the superintendence and
chiefships of the various city depart
m nts will be in order early in Jan
uary Leaving out the question of con
firmation of the mayors nominations
by the city council the list of appoint
ments submitted by the mayor will not
very materially from the following
Chief of Police Thomas Dobson or
Arthur Pratt
Fire ChiefJames Devine
Street SuperviFor Arthur Pratt Al
fred Solomon or William G Phillips
Superintendent of Waterworks < n
T Caine
Watermaster H Wilcken or Jo
seph Warburton
Health Commissioner Theodore
Saiar InspectorJames C Wat
sonCity Engineer Willard Young
Chairman Board of Public Works
W W Riter
Sexton James W Ure
Park Keeper Ortherus P Pratt
Building InspectorHugh Watson
Clerk of Board of Health David S
Emery or Johanna Sprague
Of course the first question to b de
termined is the fixing of salaries in
keeping with Councilman Romneys
idea of retrenchment When this bridge
is safely crossed appointments will fol
low and after the heads of depart
ments take hold there will be a host
of places for firemen policemen clerks
deputies janitors gardeners and labor
ers of all kinds
The canvass will be commenced on
Monday next at noon the city council
under the law meeting at that hour
for the purpose
Treasurer Chipmans Report For tho
Month of October
State Treasurer Chiuman has com
pleted his report for the month of Oc
tober which shows as follows I
Receipts 18450 10
Balance on hand Sept 1 23295 12
Total 41745 22
State warrants redeemed
General fund account10591 SO
University land account 100 00
State district school fund ac
count 873 48
Balance on hand Oct 31 1S97 30171 94
Total 41745 22
Balance in fund Oct 31
State district school fund ac
count 0176 92
General fund account 12467 23
State school fund account 2167 26
Agricultural College account
University land fund accounts 9360 46
Total 30171 24
Nervous people find relief by en
riching their blood with Hoods Saran
poriHa which is the one true blood
purifier and nerve tonic
l 3J > o
The Hawes Engraving Co 72 West
Temple Stro t
We are now located Jt the above
number with a complete clant for
maknl half tone engravings zinc etch
ings and all kinds of cclor block Write
cs for your samples orders and prices bet oro placing
Over the Mountains in A tm I
on an Observation Car is a grand trip I
The only Observation Car running to j r i
New York leaves Chicago Union Sta I I
tion daily at 530 pm on the Pennsyl
vania Limited and crosses the ro
mantic Alleghenies at the highest point
above sea level where the scenery is
sublime Find out about it from H
R Dering A G P Agt 21S South
Clark St Chicago
SKEWE3 In this city Nov 5 Merle
daughter of Charles H and Clara F
Funeral on Surday at 2 p m from the
residence of Mr Ward No 377 East
Third South
THE DAVID JAMES CO plumbag and
cornice work No 67 Main clreet
MARK SPENCER W Richards street
All kinds of tin and sheet iron work
nth East HOUSEORK 2
hA BARBER APPLY Templeton barber
Brigham GS E
A GIRL for house work one who can
cook Apply 5o North State street c
SITUATION by flrstclass miller to take
entire charge of mill of mier
rels arge mi from 50 to 200 bar
f capacity Can guarantee satisfaction
In batee
particular Also can guarantee
the to run most a mill money the for Asa its it wi gurntee make Hnve
mlllej of all my life and a now 43 years
age and sIngle Address
Addes box 2U Sal
mon City Ida l Sl
hoartj THE GENII for
hor and rooms block and half
roms south
of PO 3oO hal s
30 South West Temple street
FOUR ROOMS and pantry 3 Apple 5t V
light THREE 1 C rom closets etc for
lgt housekeeping 345 S 7th East
GODSIZE STORE with steam
heat Fire Office v o 24 Main street Apply at steam
43 HOUSES only complete list new
houses every day Tuttlo Bros 143 Main
street 14 a
MODERN HOUSE 21 West North Tem
pIe Enquire upstairs Mrs N01t Te
1 Ca
yon road Enquire next door north
Pleaaanton Kendall square just on West
Temple two blocks south of P O
A NATIONAL cash register on small
monthly payments Address K K Herald
32xS6 FEET within 0 feet of city and
county building J225 Fine cottage east
on car line city water 1200 SIM down
and S12 per month inclusive of interest
Call and see us Tuttle Bros 140 Main
J500 to 10000 to loan at low Interest No
mortgage tax A L Jacobs general In
surance agent 403 Progress building
lliil r Viele 401 McCornick Block
street have eastern money to loan at low
ate three to five years on Salt Lake
residence property cOQ in
I AT G per cent interest oa improved city
I property Wicks 75 State 4
MGURKIX CO 3 West Second
I South have money t lend at low r te
Privilege of part payment at any time
ON IMPROVED property Harris
Wilson 15 West Second South I
ON MORTGAGES delay no com
mission no attorneys fee no trust dee
Russel L Tracy 4 Commercial block
ON CIT or farm property notes in
surance policies etc notes mortgages
boujrht South Elmer Darling 3 West Second
I X L on front leg Return to 52S North
Second West and be rewarded
52S North
I X L on front leg Return to 52
Second West and b rewarded
Eagle Gate Lodge No 10 meets every
Wednesday nigh at the Odd Fellows
temple on Market street Jacob Miller
Salt Lake Valley Lodge No 12 meets
every Thursday evening at the Gladstone I
building Main street J
I A M Regular communications held at
Masonic hal the second Monday of each
I month Members of sister lodges and
sojourning brethren in good standing ara
cordially invited to attend
water heating and ventilating apparatus
No 79 West Second South
MRS A AUTH Clairvoyant and Trance
Medium 24 West luxd South
MIND READING and clairvoyant tells
present and future gives names and in
itials correctly etc Dora Randolph 7 A
South State street up stairs rooms 2
and 3
hot water heating No 67 Main street
WILD GAME prairie chickens pheasants
ants mountain grouse and sage hens at
Utah Poultry Co
HORSES PASTURED and wintered at
the old Crismon farm Address i E 2nd
South or J D Muir corner Tenth Eat
and Twelfth South
tonic S7 00 a dozen The Kentucky
LtqUOr Co 13 E Second South agents
Umbrellas and Parasols M
Covered and repaired M Meyer 135 East
First South east of City hal
I The Japanese Bamboo Company
I ARTISTIC bamboo furniture made to
I order Chair bottoms made In rattan
I AH work sunrnnteed first class and at
I I low prices 221 State street
1 Astrology
PROF A C C PFUHL Scientific Astrologer
triope author of Astrological Chart
cats horoscope of past and future tells
vour adaptation and diagnoses your d1s
your adaptaton
ease 232 South Main street third floor
I George W Jones
I Kaiiroai ticket brokerage215 Man strest
Salt Lake tcket Ciy and 302 23th street Ogden
i i Utah Excursion rates to all points
I i baggage checked tickets bought sold
1 Rnd exchanged
i L C Red
Teacher of the cornet and Bad Instru
1 c o and for Band
tments Composer Arranger B
Orchestra Studio No W Main street
aitd Or sta StdIO a stet
Lake Cflty Utato
I I Sat Le Uta
T Tr RavTvns JrH Hurd
q Y Tfijurman E A WeJgwood
Rawivas Thurmond Hurd Wedgwood
Offices Hooper building Salt Lalto City
Attorneys at Law Hooper Block Salt J
Lake City 4
Rooms 2 to I Eaglo block Salt Laka
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
n oms 7 to H Deseret National banlr
2nd So Appointments by mall solicited
years experience W B Rushmer manufacturing
ufacturing optician 4 West Second South
atreet Eyes examined for glasses fre
Special lenses ground to fit the eye 1r

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