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f = 8 THE SALT TiATTFi HERAfLD SUNDAY 0 MARCH 0 1898
t Weather Today
i
Fair Warmer
Silver and Lead Quotations
The slvcr and lead quotations ester
day w re as follows
Bar silver 55i cents
r Lead brokers 350
r f Copper lake 5 casting 1OS7
ciorr CmC TON
e City Circulation of The Herald
lias been leased to Mr J O 3IcCrack
e Subscribers who do not receive
their papers promptly will confer a
favor if they make complaint to The
Herald counting room
All checks for city subscriptions
should bo made nayable to
J 6 MCBACKElf
City Circulator
If TOWN TALK
Mrs Turner J WIlcox of Spokane is a
guest of Mrs M B Sowles
f Friends of Mr O Berkhoel will be glad
to know that he is getting better and will
entirely recover
P L Breager is suffering with an at
f tack of pneumonia and has not been out
for three or four days
C P Diehl of the Eureka Democrat is
f in the city on his way to Kemmerer
I Wyo where he expects to establish a
t paper
Ir Emma Ellerbeck Faust who has
been conhnd to her bed for the past six
t g fe i
eerP
months at Mrs Ellerbecks her mother
r t i said to be in a dangerous condition
Yesterdays clearings were 244470 as
compared with 141S43 for the same day
r of last year The weeks clearings footed
ro l50uS77 against 945153 for the corre
sponding efd of 1897
r Mayor Clark yesterday approved the
official bond of Frank C Kelsey as city
t engineer fcucceedins himself The bond
is in the sum ot S5000 with A F Dore
k mus and Willard Young as sureties
t Mrs Phil Kllpple Is at home now after
undergoing a serious surgical operation
h at the Holy OURS hospital Her physi
r clan Dr K F Root bays after a few
weeks care she will soon be able to be
t ojt again
aJn
f The Harmony Glee club will furnish
part of thu music at the funeral services
f of the latE Elms Morris in the tabernacle
today 1 members are requested to meet
at the usual place at the usual time for
practice before the services
The report of the board of health for
the week shows 3 births and 1 deaths
exclusive of one body brought to the city
for interment Not a single case of in
fectious disease was reported but 1
contagious disease Hags are outstanding
representing 13 cases of scarlet fever and
4 cases of diphtheria
Frank teckstead of the firm of G F
frm
Frank Beckstead has returned from
Rock Springs Wyo where he mad a
sale to ivathbun Miles sheepmen of
Vintah county of 9000 head of sheep at 4
per head a very good price considering
all Conditions The firm owns several
bands of sheep in this county
The regular Saturday evening entertain
ments ot the Y M C A are increasing in
popular interest The attendance last
evening was unusually large and both
the entertainers and entertained reaped
a large measure of enjoyment and profit
able experience from the evenings in
formalities New and pleasurable features
will be presented weekly and it will be
strange indeed if the enthusiasm of the I
attendants is permitted to lag
Phil Margetts is confined to his room
from the effects of a fall which he sus
tained on Friday and while there is noth
ing alarming in his condition he is suf
fering a good deal from what appears to
be 1ntrnal injuries He was superin
tend iag some repairs at his old residence
on First West street and when in the
act of stepping off the porch to the lawn
tripped and fell headlong I was only
an elevation of a few feet and no bones
nerp broken but he was very severely
shaken up I
During the week the following building
permits were issued W F Wormley
corner Third South and Second East
brick terrace seven apartments 0
Soomon Brothers 515 West Third North
Street brick shoe factory SLW J A
HiuerbHch Capitol Hill brick cottage
sasi F Heath corner West Temple and
Tenth South frame ice house 1600 Mrs
t E T Shimmln rear lit Fourth East
street brick cottage 1600 C J Gustave
son 6 East Second South street brick
amount store 500 26950 five minor permits 950 Total
The Vtah state board of horticulture I
has just issued bulletin No 2 The topics
treated In the bulletin are Orchard
Disinfection Almonds in Utah Soils
and Location and Planting and Care
of Trees The bulletin also contains
pertinent recommendations on the tonics
treated Any orchardists or person in
terested In fruit growing may obtain a
copy free by applying to President I
Thomas Judd of St George Vice Presi
dent C H Blomsterbfrg of Provo See
retar J A Wright of Ogden or J p
Lake Sorenson county fruit tree inspector of Salt
Utah Commercial Savings Bank
General banking business interest I
paid on savings deposits F Armstrong °
president J E Jennings cashier 24
E 1st South street
CITIZENS COAL COMPANY
J Volstenholme
W treasurer
T R Ellerbeck president
B3 West Second South Tel 49 I
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The Keeley Institute I
For the cure of liquor opium and
cigarette habits The only Keeley In
stitute in the state Address lock box
a 4SO Salt Lake City
f 02 Ice
i Beware of slough ice Ask your phy
l sician or any of your neighbors how t
Jt compares with our Park City or dis
tilled water ice We
tied ice guarantee you a
prompt and satisfactory delivery Our
F solicitor will call on you Remember i
the red wagons Telephone 43 I
SALT LAKE ICE CO
J C LYNCH Manager
r
t Schneider Schneider < for meats at
Lannan s old stand
Dr E M Keysor dentist Auerbach
building rooms 200 and 201
buidln rtoms Specialty of
f crown and bridge work gold and sil
ver fillings
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L ITake Directory Men In Town
t Salt Lake City is now being visited
F f by some fakirs who claim YisIed
0 getting up a socalled business di
rectory of the
t reto city We hereby warn
T all our business men against the en
tire outfit I is a fake Do not sign
l a order for any kind of a directory
l unless i bears our name Respectfully
R L POLK CO
W P Cooper Manager
t Publishers Salt Lake = City DIrector
T Vogeler Wiedeman Commission Co
Grain Seeds Fruits and Produce
Write for samples and prices Salt
Lake City Utah
i Ask for Hewett Bros o Three Crow
Triple Flavoring Extracts For sale
sae
r by all grocers
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EXCURSION TO LOGAN
Thursday 24th Via Oregon Short
Line
Round trip only 250 Special train
400 p m returning after performance
Tickets good returning until March 27
French Pattern Eats and Bonnets
And the choicest and latest styles In
millinery of all kinds at Z C M 1
Spring opening bazar on Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday March 21 22
and 2
Notice to the Holder of Salt Lake i
County Warrants
All registered warrants dated after 1
January 1st 1S97 under registered num
ber 28643 are now payable
r STEPHEN H LYNCH
County Treasurer
Salt Lake City Utah March 21st
1898
S
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CASE OF H i N ree
I Dash of Humor In a Letter From
1 Dunbar
WRITTEN TO THURSTON
THE APPOINTMENT WOULD BEN
EFIT THE G O 1
Unfounded Rumor That Joseph Lipp
man Will Be a Candidate For Con
gress Waiting Whittemore
The Pratt Decision Not Espected
For Two Weeks John T Caines
Appointment
Senator Cannon announces that when
the nomination of McGrew comes be
fore the senate for confirmation he will
produce some documentary evidence
which will cause a sensation
Probably that will be the case and I
so it is doubtless as well to prepare the
public for something which will be mag
nified distorted and made to appear
as a great offense
I Senator Cannon reads all the en
dorsements which have been sent on
from here there will be among them a
letter from Chairman Dunbar to Sena
tor Thurston
When McGrew was seeking the ap
pointment of register of the land office
whom he had
he went to Mr Dunbar
known in Omaha and asked him to
sign a letter which he had written to
Senator Thurston The letter was not
such a communication as Dunbar felt
he could cheerfully append his name to
so he declined to sign and wrote a let
ter himself
The humorous portion of the epistle
alluded to is one sentence where Dun
bar waggishly predicts that the ap
pointment of McGrew would be a
benefit to tho Republican party
Mr Dunbar said yesterday that his
ability as a prophet was not to be
questioned That since McGrew had
been selected there had been unity in
Republican ranks and as a evi
dence he pointed out the fact that
Wesley K Walton and Judge Bishop
are hand in glove that Arthur L
Thomas and Jake Greenwald love each
other since the postoflice fight has been
fixed un that Dennis Eichnor C O
Whittemore Ritchie Cherrington and
the balance of the aspirants for the
attorneyship are dwelling together in
unity that Glen Miller and Arthur
Brown are both glad because the for
mer has been selected to disburse the i j
smaller postofflces throughout the state
to the exclusion < > f the latter
An attempt iill doubtless be made
to make a mountain out of a mole hill
and Dunbar will be accused of trying
to dictate the appointment of a gold
administration will be accused of baa
faith to the Democracy in endorsing 31
Republican and all that sort of thing
But well informed people and in fact I
those who never heard of the matter
before will at once appreciate the hu
mor of the situation II I I
I INDEPENDENT REPUBLICANS
Trying Hard to Find a Candidate For
I Congress
There is considerable speculation be
I ing indulged in concerning the candi
j I date for congress on the Independent
Republican ticket this fall and many
guesses are being ventured as to who
I will receive the empty honor of being
selected as a standard bearer The Mc
Kinley wing of the party will have no
difficulty whatever as it is all cut and
dried that Major General John Lu Tay
lor the hero of a hundred battles will
be selected with glad acclaim ten min
utes after the report of the committee
en resolutions shall have made its re
port to the convention
Of course Peekaboo Camp will not
be here to make the nominating speech
but what matters that when a conven
tion is all cocked and primed to rise
up en masse and shout long and loud
for the general
A rumor which has prevailed for some
time is to the effect that the nominee
will be no less a person than the very
worthy and esteemed chairman of the
Independent Republican committee
Hon Joseph Lippmaji I Is expected
when the convention assembled that
after the permanent officers have been
selected and the routine business trans
acted that this body will rise up Ike1 I
the gold wing and declaim vodlerouMy
for LIppman I is in fact a campaign
lie or joke for Joe isnt seeking the
honor
Hon C E Allen formerly member
of congress from this state is men
tioned but Mr Allen is out of politics
and will not run for the office So cir
cumstances may make necessary after
all the slogan LIppman reciprocity
protection free silver and anything
else in sight I
Waiting Whit I
Another week has closed and still
stlj
there is nothing in sight concerning the
selection of Whittemore But the
preparations for war still go on de
spite the fact that all Utah is gaping in
expectation Public opinion is becom
ing aroused and if the president does
not make an appointment soon there
is going to be a protest from the peo I
pie of this state They will arise as I
one person and demand to know why
the executive persists in buying can I
non when Utah wants an appointment
made why he continues to purchase I
projectiles when he Is aware that j
Whittemore is down at the seat of 1
government waiting to see what is go
ing to happen
I J T Caines Appointment
Apropos of the appointment of John
I T Caine to he superintendent of water
I works gentlemen were yesterday call
ing attention to the following declara
tion in the nonpartisan address Its
I the citys business should be handled
i by men of approved fitness and ex
j perience Its servants and employees
I should be selected for these qualllica
quallca
i tons and no other Mr Caines long
I experience as a pipe layer and valve
1repairer is mentioned as the quallfica
tion that probably commended him to
I Mayor Clark for this appointment
The Pratt Decision
I Is stated unofficially of course
that the decision In the case of Arthur
Pratt will not be handed down by the
supreme court for two weeks In the
meantime the council will wrestle with
the case of Mr Pratts fatherinlaw
of who waterworks has been appointed superintendent
WALKERS STORE
Millinery Opening
Visitors to the millinery opening
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday are
invited to step into the basement for a
look at our magnificent exhibit of rare
oriental rugs curtains and spring cari
nets as well as to note the many im
provements for public comfort just
completed in this portion of store
o a
Millinery Opening
French pattern hats and bonnets and
all the latest novelties of the season
Monday and Tuesday BOWRING March 21 CO and 2
116 South Main
For One Week Only
165 boys wool cheviot knee pants
suits in dark blue and black colors
ages from C to 15 regular 300 at 1S9
F AUERBACH BRO
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DI I fORfClOSURf SUIT
CONTINENTAL MARKET PROP
EBTY TO BE SOLD
Trust Deed Given to Secure a Loan
of 825000 Payable On Ja 5
1897 Default Was Made I Interest
terest After July 5 1897
The old Continental Market property
at the corner of First South and West
Temple streets is to be sold under
foreclosure of a trust deed on April 1
The trust deed was given on Jan 5
1894 by the Continental Market com
pany Jennings Bros Investment com
pany William C Jennings Martha H
Jennings Priscilla T Jennings Maye
C J Farlow Sidney K Hooper and
Alice Hooper now Alice Hooper Pal
mer to Charles W Welsh of Philadel
phia trustee to secure the payment of
a promissory note for 25000 signed by
the parties who executed the deed and
payable to John J Tyler of Philadel
phia on Jan 5 1S97
The defendants the makers of the
note agreed to pay the taxes but fail
ed to do so for the year 1897 and the
premises were sold for the taxes and
the tax certificate was purchased by
the holder of the note I is then al
leged that the principal note of 25000
together with the interest thereon
since July 5 1S97 is due and payable
and remains wholly unpaid hence the
foreclosure proceedings
The property Is described as part of
lots 7 and 8 block 6S plat A Salt Lake
City survey and includes what is now
the Continental boarding house and sa
loon aId also Christensens dancing
academy I i is not redeemed it will
probably b sold for the amount of the
trust deed Interest and costs United
sale States Marshal Miller will make the
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The case of Mike Scott charged with
having cut out the eye of John O Gott
hard was called in police court yes
terday Quite awhile was taken up in I
examining witnesses but the case was
not finished when court adjourned so
I went over until Monday I is al
leged that Scott who is a colored man
was in a saloon and heard a remark
that Gotthard made which was not
very complimentary to the colored
race and when Gotthard left the sa
loon Scott followed him On the street
some words were had and Scott pulled
a razor and slashed the white man with
i one of the blows striking him in the
eye necessitating its removal Attor
ney Van Cott prosecuted the case
while Attorney Root appeared for the
defense i
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W Cooper came to grief yesterday
evening I is alleged that he was In I
front of the Salt Lake theatre offering
two seats for sale at an advanced I
price A gentleman who was near and I
did not believe in allowing people to i
speculate on theatre tickets called on
Officer Seigfus to arrest him Cooper
was taken to the police station where
the charge of violating the ticket selling
ing ordinance was placed against him t
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The patrol wagon and an officer were
called to Reilleys saloon on Main street
last evening When the officer ar
rived he was told that young Holden
OConner had just assaulted two boys
in the saloon and made his escape from
the place Not long after another
message from the same place said that
Holden had been back and repeated
his act OConner was not to be seen
so no arrest was made
J > e v >
George Keyser was given a hearing
in police court yesterday on the charge j
of battery alleged to have been com
mitted upon his wife He was found
guilty and fined S20
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G H Byron was < fined 5 for wearing I
a jag on the streets i i
FORESTRY ASSOCIATION I
I
Interesting Meeting Held Yesterday
Afternoon I This City i
The Utah Forestry association held a I
very important meeting yesterday after i
noon at the office of the superintendent of U I
public instruction There was a good at p
tendance with Dr John R Park presid
ing and Dr C A Whiting at the sec I
retarys desk A number of Interesting
matters were brought up and discussed
Prof Roylance spoke at length upon the I
great benefit that had accrued to the
state through the legislation 1 secured at
the last session o the state legislature
notably sl in the prevention of bWce cutting i i I
of Christmas trees on the public domain
Mr M ChrIstopherson declared that it
was his observation that the planting of I
forest trees had decreased during the last I
yew years
The following resolutions were adopted
Resolved That the association use its
efforts to work up an interest in a forest <
ry commission to Inquire into the con J
dition of the forests In the mountains of
our state and to secure the creation of 1
such a commission I and an creaton Hon I i
for the same by the next nl legislature I
Resolved That It b the sense of this
lI ta dtv hgf
association that in view of the import
ance of forest culture and the preserva
tion of forests in our state the Interests
of our citizens demand the giving of com
prshenslvc I and practical instruction in i
F
forestry in the Agricultural college I and in
the state university <
Dr Faust P P Christensen and Rich
ard Kletting were appointed a committee I
to induco the mayor and city council to i
beautify by planting tries etc on the old i >
Fort Square I
The following committee was appointed i
on information and publication Messrs >
ChrIstensen Klettlng1 and Christopher I I
son i
In The healthy meeting discussion consumed and about adjourned two hours to
meat again on Tuesday April 5 at 5 p m i
at the same place at which meeting all t
educators of the state and others Inter
ested in forestry are Invited to be present
At this meeting officers will be elected
I Marriage = LIcenses
I During the week the following marriage
licenses were Issued by the county clerk I
I of S T Lrke county
Parley Wright Salt Lake Cit 20
I Dora Irlmley Salt Lake City IS
Homer Stall Salt Lake City 25
Louisa Bnrcy Salt Lake City IS
Alfred Christensen Sandy 21
Alice Uuineld Sandy lu
Lewis Knight Croyden 21
Mabel E Huntington Salt Lake City23
vul = I curry Salt Lake City13
Sado Millard Carson City Net < Ti
Ernest Gibson Murray 21
Martha Graham Murray 19
hI1c t
I James Ilcaly Salt Lake City 35
Alice Falrciough Salt Lake City 33
Henry H Hunt Salt Lake City 211
Henl n E Feathorstone Salt I Lake
I City 2
Horton B Draper Aspen Colo 33 i
Ruth l AVayman Aspen Colo 2H
I I James Wilkinson East Mill Creelc2l
I Elizabeth C Boyce Mill Creek20
Asper Bracken Mercur 27
Addle Crookston Mercur 19
Alex G Robertson Sandy 32
Mary R TrIpp Sandy 3
Herman T Hofellng I Murray 27 I
Lizzie Loatham Murray is I I
Heber Shulsen Vest Jordan 23
Llllle Burgon Salt Lake City 17
John Dean Deep Creek 44
Sue Alexander Deep Creek 47
William S Rlgby Salt Lake Cilyr
Agnes W Hodson Coalville 27
I George R Garbett Salt Lake City23
Leah Jensen Salt Lake City 22
John Hood Salt Lake City a O
Margaret Strang ScoQeld 23
I William Charles Salt Lake City 45
Sarah Hughes Salt Lake City 2S
I SPEC EXCURSION TO LOGAN
Thursday March 24th
I Special train will leave Oregon Short
Line depot 400 P in Kousil trip only
250 Tickets good returning until Sun I
day 27th
2ith
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i IN 1f RAILWAY CICLES
WilUBe Considerable Building In
IdahoThis Year
ABIGJ CANNON COMING
WILL BE SHIPPED TOUGH
SAT LAXE TO FRISCO
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The Monster Weighs Eightynine
Tons Superintendent Agler
Leaves For Oakland On Tuesay
Nest n Excursion to Logan
Calvin Back Fm Butte Notes
According to the Boise Statesman
the state of Idaho is going to have
considerable railroad building this year
That papersays anent the Snake River
I Railroad company which recently filed
articles with the secretary of state
I that It is an Oregon Railway Navi
gation sch the and that the officials
of the road are behind it The original
plan was to build from Pomeroy
Wash to Lewiston Ida but the later
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JAMES AGLER I
From a Photo Taken For The Herald
By Thomas of Ogden I
details Indicate I will be from Pome
roy to Lewiston the O R N having
a line from Pomeroy to Rlparia I
will be about 73 miles in length This
action on the part of the O R N is
said to have been precipitated by the
activity of the Northern Pacific on its
extension from Genesee to Lewiston
The place is in the enter of a rich
grain trade and I does some business
with mining camps I is understood
the road will be pushed vigorously
The Issue of 500000 i bonds for the
cOnstruction of the Moscow Eastern
road has been Heated and this road
will be built An eastern syndicate
has furnished the capital according
to those interested The work of con
structing the Hne will begin on July 1
This road penetrates a region covered
with white pine and it is stated that
2000000000 feet of the same can be
cut and marketed in Shoshone and La
tah counties while there can be sold
5000000000 feet of other kinds I
A BIG GUN
Will Pass Through This City to the
Coast
A big cannon is coming through this
city in a short time via the Rio
Grande Western A dispatch received
yesterday says that government gun
weighing S9 tons passed through Den
ver yesterday en route for the Pacific
coast where the same will be mounted
on the defenses of San Francisco
Haste is being made as the officials
want the same delivered at once This
will be a chance for fhe warlike Salt
Laker to see something great in the
I
gun line and If the monster goes
through the city in the day time there
will be large crowds gather to look at I
it I was loaded by the Pennsylvania
from the Bethlehem works I
SUPERINTENDENT AGLEB
Will LeaveFor California On Tues
day Next
James Agler late superintendent of
the eastern division of the Southern
Pacific who has recently been appoint
ed to the position of superintendent of
the Oakland division leaves for that
place with his family on Tuesday next
The position is next to that of general
superintendent of the road and pays
7500 per annum Mr Aglers succes
sor John M Wood formerly superin
tendent of the Shasta division arrived
In Ogden Friday
Notes and Personals
C H Erwin agent of the O R N
it Colfax Wash Is in the city
W C McBride general agent of the
Rio Grande Western at Butte is in the
lty visiting old friends
There was no rush yesterday to sell
ots upon which to locate the new
tfagner Palace Car shops
General Superintendent Calvin of the
Short Line has returned from Butte
ivhere he attended the meeting of the
Butte Car Service association
Charlie Burke came in yesterday I
ivith 29 cars of stock which he brought
rom Reno Nov and which go east I
Iver the Denver Rio Grande
J W Kirk representing the World
Ralhvay Publishing company of Chi
cago Is in the city In the Interest of
Kirkmans Science of Hallways a I
new publication that readily finds favor
with all railroaders Mr Kirk will
al ralroades wI re
main in Salt Lake several days
The Oregon Short Line has arranged
for an excursion to Logan on the 24th
the event being the visit of the Salt I
Lake Opera company to that place
Tickets will be sold at 250 for the I
round trip and will be good returning
until Sunday the 27th The special
however will return to this city at the
conclusion of the performance
The SaidPasha company will visit I
Provo on Saturday next and the Rio
Grande Western will run an excursion
from Sal Lake i Is the intention to
extend a special rate to Lehi and Amer I
ican Fork parties who desire to take
in the Salt Lake
Lke companys big suc I
cess at Provo and they will be taken
up on the way down by the opera train
and returned to their homes with the
ompany after the performance Man
ager Jones says he Is confident the
business popular organization will do a rushing
OPERA EZCUKSION To LOGAN
Via Oregon Short Line Thurs
day 24th
Special train will leave Oregon Short
Line depot 400 1 m and returning
will leave Logan after performance
Rate 5250 round trip Tickets good re
turnlnpr Sunday 2jtl
F M Bishop has removed his assay
I office 1 15C South West Temple
I Spring Millinery Opening at I
ZCiI
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday
I March 21 22 and 23 I
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i OIIES IMPEMETS OF YF1
CARBON COUNTY PEOPLE TO AN
NIHILATE BANDITS
May Be the Bobbers Roost Gang
They Are After Although Pros
pective Train Bobbers A Also
Mentioned
I seems that the people of Price are
about to make war upon the bandits j I
who infest Carbon county A few days j I
ago Sheriff Allred of Price came to j i
I Salt Lake and went to the Salt Lake
Hardware company and asked to see
a good revolver The clerk took out I
several guns and while showing them
to the sheriff he asked why he wanted
the pistol The sheriff replied that he
had some bad characters at Price to
deal with and needed a good gun
gn
Mired went on to say that he thought
I i probable he would later order some
rifles and ammunition and have them
sent to Price a there were some train
robbers near there whom he thought
were beginning operations and he
wished to get ready to kill or capture
the whole band The sheriff having
picked out a satisfactory weapon left
I the store taking the weanon with him
after presenting a letter of introduc
of tion Price to the store from Attorney Warf
On Friday the Salt Lake Hardware
company received an order from Sher
iff Allred to ship at pnce five rifles
with 1000 rounds of ammunition for
same to Price Utah Accordingly
four Winchesters and one Savage rifle
with the required amount of ammuni
tion were shipped immediately to
the sheriff Just what the plans are
concerning the use of the rides is not
definitely known but in all probability
there is some scheme on foot to make
a raid on the rendezvous of the gaug
of outlaws who have been infesting that
part of the country for several years
The story told by the sheriff about
the train robbers was probably only a
blind the real object being kept a
secret As far as can be learned there
has been no trouble with train rob
bers in the vicinity of Price but the
depredations of the famous Robbers
Roost gang have been numerous
Coming a it does so soon after the
conference of the governors of Colo
rado Wyoming and Utah it is thought
probable that this movement on the
part of Carbon county may have some
connection with it At any rate ac
cording to Sheriff Allreds statement
the rifles were ordered so that they
might be used to wipe out a gang of
rpbbers
AI1 DEALS 8Y y M Kl PARSONS
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UTAH MAN OWNS 22000 HEAD
OF CATTLE
II I I
Selling 4000 Head to a Denver Firm
No More Big Herds Will Be
Seen In Utah
Special to The Herald
Denver Colo March 13 Among the
big cattlemen in the city yesterday was
M K Parsons of Salt Lake City one
of the largest operators in the wet
Mr Parsons was here for the purpose
of discussing a deal with Keeler
Dake viho are trying to purchase a
I herd of about 4000 head from Mr Par I
sons The cattle In question are in
Oregon where Mr Parsons has been
buying heavily lately and the deal
will probably go through though noth
ing regarding i was made public lately
Mr Parsons has also been buying
heavily and admits that he now has on
hand about 22000 head of cattle most
of which he proposes to resell within
the coming year During the last few
weeks he purchased about 14COO head
In Oregon and Nevada and about 8000
in the Texas Panhandle
I hardly know how I came to get S
many cattle said Mr Parsons yester
day I certainly looked as though
cattle were too high but I kept buying
hero and ther until I was in deep and
now I am as big a bull as any of them
Cattle are scarcer In Utah than any
place I know of Just now With the I
exception of one herd of 6000 or 7000 I
head I know of no herds over 1000 head
Incize They are all gone scattered I
cleaned up and the big herds will never
be seen again in Utah Out in Oregon
and Nevada the cattle are in splendid
condition but they are scarce and high I
as they are anywhere c
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IJJsPUsI s OFiiSiF1i1TUM NDS n
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JUDGE KING WILL BE GIVEN A
HARING
Indian School For St George Whit
temore Is Certain Condition of
Utah National Banks
Special to The Herald
Washington March Representa
tive King has arranged with the house
conferees on the Indian appropriation I
bill for a hearing net week In oppo
sition to any plan of disposing of the
mineral lands on the Uncompahgre res
ervation except by public entry with
preference rights to those who made
locations years ago before the bound
aries of the reservation were ascer
tained
CONDITION OF UTAH BANKS
Comptroller of the Currency Dawes
today made public an abstract of re
ports of the condition Feb 18 of the
1 national banks in Utah I shows that
since the date of the last report Dec
15 the reserve held has decreased from
3764 per cent to 3493 per cent The
total resources have decreased from
57093901 to 6705173 Loans and dis
counts decreased from 52573598 to 2
535430 Reserve decreased from 1403
642 to 1201150 of which gold holdings
decreased from 653376 to 672853 De
G0766S posits decreased from 3935342 to 3
SCHOOL FOR ST GEORGE
The Indian commissioner told Judge I
King today that he will establish at
once an Indian school at St George The
buildings and improvements for the
Indians are to be constructed soon
C O Whittemore who arrived here 1
today departs tomorrow for Chicago
He thinks his appointment is certain
and will follow within a few days
An original pension of S6 per month Is
granted Ross E Rex of Salt Lake City
APRIL FOOL CYANIDE THEFT
Dan Mandich a De Lamar Merchant
Arrested For the Offense
Special to The Herald
Pioche March 19 Deputy Sheriff
Frank Walker arrived here Thursday
night from Parowan with C F Green
who was charged with stealing 1200
worth of cyanides frpm the April Fool
mill and selling them to Dan Mandich
a merchant of this place When con
fronted with Green Mandich said he
was not the man of whom he bought
the cyanides Green was discharged
and Mandich was accused vlth the
theft placed under arrest and his pre
liminary examination Will take place
next Wednesday
CHASING IDAHO CONVICTS
Will Be a Desperate Battle If They
Are Bounded Tip
Special to The HeraKU
Boise Ida March 19The five con
victs who escaped from the Idaho pjeni
tentlary yesterday are still at large
The chase has assumed sensational
proportions All the runaways are
thought now to be armed and a des
perate conflict Is expected If they are
rounded up
An Outlaw Wounded
Price Advocate Reliable Information
comes from Lower Crossing of a
wounded man passing through that
I place bound in the direction of the
Robbers Roost on March 10 accom
panied by Joe Walker The party came
In from Vernal country and after a two
hours rest continued their journey
southward into the San Rafael coun
try The wounded man was In a crit
ical condition and had to tee lifted from
his mount There was two gun shot
wounds in the left leg near the knee
which had shattered the bones badly
beside a wound in the body near the
left shoulder The party was making
forced marches for their Roost where it
is said they have a surgeon
It is very probable that this party
was wounded during the skirmish in
Browns Park last week and escaped
without being seen by the officers
I WANTED
l
GOOD GIRL for general housework co
washing yt 249 East First South
FIVE OR TENhors power engine 21
West Third South
GOOD washer and ironer for Tuesdays
and Thursdays S7C South West Temple
street
SAMPLE DISTRIBUTORSEvery
where both sexes JG thousand Inclose
stamped envelope for reply Acme Imp
Co Philadelphia
INSURANCE THAT Is insurance
thats what we always furnish and Is
what sensible people desire Ensign El
der lire underwriters 432 Atlas block
A MALE STENOGRAPHER Address
Box 60 Herald
FIRSTCLASS salesmen capable of sell
Ing best retail rnerchbnts Good position
for right parties Address Eastern Mfg
Co Manhattan building ChIcago
LADYONE LADY to mal or super
Intend distribution of circulars In each
town of United States and Canada good
pay permanent employment Address
lr M Summers Notre Dame Ind
AGENTSJS3S dally selling nickel
plated Brilliant gaslight burners Fits
all kerosene lamps gives beautiful bright
gaslight no wick no chimney no smoke
cheapest light known Free sample 0 74
Enterprise Mfg Co Cincinnati O
LADIES to learn drafting free Joy
Fashion Co 3 Main street
RESPECTABLE LADIES to learn the
complete art of dress cutting at the
Standard Dress Cutting Academy 32S
Main street also respectable teachers
wanted to take charge of schools In this
and adjoining states Salary or commis
I sion as desired Dont forget the number
3 In the same block with Walker Bros
dry goods store We have no canvassers
for this system so beware of frauds and
gllbtongued agents Ladies are cordially
Invited to call and examine our work
SECONDHAND FURNITURE at 207
m State street Goods sold on easy pay
ments 31 Webber
J100 PER MONTH Whv be poor or
hard up when an intelligent lady or gen
tleman can get a light easy position all
or part time paying 10 per month A
World Mfg Co 3 Cincinnati Ohio Per
manent Write for a place
Help Wanted Female
LADIES send me date of your birth
I lock of hair I will predict your future
in love family business money and
health give you pen picture of future hus
band wife or sweetheart affinity and give
you book telling how to read peoples
minds influence them to love or obey you
I postpaid 10 cents silver Or I will
send all above with Now Marriage Guide
volume of Female Secrets and Dream
Book for 2 cents Prof B B Argp box
1207 Boston Mass
FOR KENT
FIRSTCLASS FARM 17 acres J E
Wesley 22S East Sixth South
A THOROUGHLY modern sevenroom
twostory brick dwelling sewer connec
tion Enquire 233 West Fifth South
FOUR splendidly furnished rooms
strictly modern bath closets pantry hot
and cold water sewer connection 727
East First South street
SOUTH of Liberty park lot about 110s
133 feet barn and flowing well suitable
for gardening Inquire at No iba East
First South street
SROOM HOUSE strictly modern every
way nice lawn Enquire 617 McCornfck
block
FURNISHED HOUSE six rooms
bath electric light at 161 C Enquire at
72 North State street for key
HOUSES all prices kinds and loca I
tions furnished and unfurnshed the
only complete list Tuttle Pfou I
FOR SALE
SEE TUTTLE BROS about I I
THREE fresh cows or trade for fat
Amos Ninth North one block south of
copper plant
HOMES JSOO to 35X50 all parts of city
100 down and no to 3 per month Tuttle
Bros 149 Main
NEARLY NEW sewing machine to
trade for ladys gold watch Call 1120
Second street
PHAETON in good condition reason I
able at No 1173 East First South
BILLIARD TABLES hotel furniture
silverware cooking utensils dishes etc
Great bargains at the Templ ton
SEE TUTTLE BROS about I
0 ROLLS WALL PAPER 40 pat
terns this week lOc per double roll
Ebert Norling 32C State street
OR TRADE for closeIn property not
too heavily encumbered clear lots on
West Second South Address P O box
636 J ijt
Books Stationery office supplies Mime
ograph supplies TeL 474 Margetts Bros I
SEE TUTTLE BROS about I I
FINE CONFECTIONERY business on
Second First South South street Enquire at 72 East I
Auction Sale
On Monday March 21 43 East Sixth
South I will sell oak bedroom suite willow
low parlor suite bedstead springs mat
tresses carpets rugs dining room and
kitchen furniture Charter Oak cook and
heating stove tine wardrobe Wheeler
Wilson sewing machine and lots of useful
things W D CLINE I
Auctioneer Ofllce 370 Main street I
Auction Sale
On Tuesday March 2 at 432 West Sec 1
ond South at 1030 I Will sell oak bedroom
suite springs mattresses pillows com I
forts sheets spread brussels and ingrain I
carets rockers chairs tine Turkish
couch cost 75 lamps dishes cook and
heating stove 75 jars fruits and preserves
and lot of useful things W D CLINE
Auctioneer Office 3 Main street
Auction Auction
On Monday March 21 at 1030 a m
sharp No c South Third West street
oak bedroom set springs mattresses r
couch fine velvet carpet linoleum oak I
wardrobe square base burner sewing
machine cost 70 tables chairs clocks I
dishes and graniteware kitchen untenslls
washing machine etc etc nslsl
K A ANDREWS Auctioneer
I
Also on Wednesday March 23 at 1020 I
a m No CO East First South street I
wI sell the furniture of Mrs G D Har
ris consisting o tine moquet and other I
carpets tine bedroom ets springs and
bedding extension and center tables I
rockers and pair fine bedlounge dishes
Utchen uiensils etc etc I
K A ANDREWS Auctioneer I
1 b o
CLAIRVOYANTS
MAZIE Palmist 332 Main street
MADAME BELL has returned from
Chicago She will tell your entire Jfe
Prices 1 and upward 2oS Main street
rooms 1 and Z
MRS P FONTYN clairvoyant and
I trance medium sittings daily spiritual
I meetings every Sunday and Thursday at
S p m Admission lO Mrs M C Tripp
magnetic pie healer 2S7 South West Tem
MIND READING and clairvoyant tells
rrtseat and futurt gives names and In
Itltls correctly tui Dora Randolph Tl
South State street up stairs rooms t
rail Z Price ISo
BUSINESS CHANCES
150000 Our last seasons average was
more than JlCOOOO per month Do you
want to make your surplus dollars make
dolan for you I so write for particu
partcu
lars Conden Co Boon block Coving
ton Ky
JIM INVESTED enables you to Join en
terprise now yielding 150 per cent monthly
No stack or Klondike scheme Safe prac
tical success David Sloane 110 St Paul
I street Baltimore Md
MON EY TO LOAN
S100000 TO LOX C 7 and s per cent
Advance mon y to build can pay part t
all at option no delay P J Conway Co
HOME MONEY no delays favorable
Cavorblo
terms on real estate stocks bonds or
personal security C L Rood Masonic
building upstairs Salt Lake City
I LOAN only my own money No com
mission no eastern company no third
I party no trust deed no mortgage tax
I no attorneys fee Special options Russel
L Tracy 49 Commercial block Russe
MGURRIN fi CO SS West Second
South have money to lend at low Sonl
rte
Privilege of part payment at any time
ON CITY or farm property notes in
surance policies etc notes mortgages
bough Elmer Darling 9 West Second
South
WARMING VENTILATING
P J MORAN STEAM AND HOT
water heating and ventilating apparatus
Vo 79 Wee Second South apPu
PLUMB1ANu TIN WORK I
THE DAVID JAMES CO plumbing and
cornice work No f Main street
STEAM HEATING
E G HARRIS with tho David James
Co steam and hot water heating No 67
Main street f
SOCIETIES
Mt Moriah Lodge No 2 will hold a
special tomorrow Monday evening at
7JO oclock sharp Work In EC A
degree Masons qualified Invited
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Secretary
UTAH CHAPTER NO1 R A M
Stated convocations held on the frt M
Wednesday In each month at Masonic
hal at 730 p m Sojourning companions
are cordiclly Invited to compnol
WM P GRANT M E H P
M C PHILLIPS Secretary
ARGENTA LODGE NO 3 A F AND
A M 1 leth communications held at
Masonic hall the first Tuesday in each
month Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren in good standing are >
cordially invited to attend
WM T DALBY W M
M C PHILLIPS Secretary
MT MORIAH LODGE NO 2 A F and
A t Regular communications held at
Masonic hall the second Monday of eacb
month Members of sister lodges and
brethren in good standing
sojourning stnding ars
cordially Invited to attend
A C STATEN W M
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Secretary
AOUW
TEMPLE LODGE NO 1 meets every
Friday evening in the Auerbach building
Main street C E STOKES M W
Eagle Gate Lodge No 10 meets every
Wednesday night at the Odd Fellows
temple on Market street Gee W Bar
row M W
Salt Lake Valley Lodge No 1 meets
even Thursday evening at the Gladstone
building Main street
an G W MOWER M W
PERSONAL
MARRIAGE PAPER
Best published FREE
J W GUNNELS Toledo Ohio
HAPPY MARRIAGES made through
Western Corresponding olub Denver
Colo Send your description with 10 cents
WATCH CLUB 0 per week no lot
tery everyone gets a 3300 vatch Par
ticulars of J H Miles 332 Main street
LESSONS IN FRENCH by the sim
plest and most effective system of teach
ing Apply by letter to Phillippe Leuba
B South Seventh West City
LADIES my monthly regulator never I
falls trial box 10 cents r B Rowan
Milwaukee WIs
I
i A DIES Chichesters English Pennyroyal pnis
B Duzaow CraEj ire the Best 14 Kfttiblt
t
TJ o ota ss 5 a pnki nsf
ta I4s 1 5TTt by Ratur At
fa 10 Mal
CbTchester Cec RetuMok Usda Pa
WIN YOUR IDEAL New method Ad
vice free Occult Co Wx H SS Sta M
Chicago
MISCELLANEOUS
ALL KINDS scavenger work done by
the new City Scavenger company 221
East Eighth South street
SCHLITZ MALT EXTRACT a food a
tonic 2OU a dozen The Kentucky
Liquor Co 1 E Second South agrees
Umbrellas and Parasols i
Covered and repaired M Meyer 135 East i
First South east of City hal
Cash Register
NATIONAL CASH Registers Oscar
Groshell Sole Agent Utah 2 Main 1
BLIND What a horrible sensation you
experienced when yoj looked upon that
unfortunate man and realized his deplor
unfortunate anE g It
able condition Ever thought of yourself
thought that by yoU persistent careless
ness you micht some day have the same
affliction Unless by accident blindness I
always comes one way by neglect Eyes I
become come you strain them they be
come weaker you continue your careless i
ness at last It Is too late your case Is
hopeless no help no cure Come in to
day Well examine and tell you Just I
what Is needed free Then if you like
well supply you We also will tell you I
If an oculist is needed f
ALE I AT
Practical and Graduate Optician 172 Main
street II I I
PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 1
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ATTORNEYS
RICHARD W YOUNG
AttorneyatLaw i
2C Main RClf xy Lake City i
MARSHALL ROYLE HEMPSTEAD
ROYL
Thomas Marshall Jonathan C Royle
j
David B Hempstead attorneysatlaw
Offices over Wells Fargo Cos bank I
WILLIAM D RITER
AttorneyatLaw I
Room 30 Hooper Block Salt Lake City J
S R Thurman J H Hurd
J 1 Rawlins E I Wedswod II
Rawllns Thurman Hurd WwTgwood k
ATTORNEYSATLAW t
Offices Hooper Building Utah Salt Lake City
IE A WILSOND O WILLEY Jl
WILSON WILLEY
AttorneysatLaw Hooper Block Salt
Lake City
DENTISTS
DR J B KEYSOR
Dental Parlors 210 Main street First door
north of Walker House
HAPPY HOUR DENTAL CO 46 W
12nd So Appointments by mail solicited

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