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STEPS 10 BE BETAKE E TAKEN TO DETER DETERMINE DETERMINE DETBBb1INE ¬
MINE THEIR VLXDITT VLXDITTThare VALIDITY VALIDITYlhQre
4 4Tliure
Thare te h no n city ordinance providing provJdh1 provJdh1for providingor
for or the t roollactiqn rCOll eoflcu cUqn n and expenditure of ofPoll oroll oflTrnIl
Poll oll tuxtse according according to the dedtalon de deIonf l lon
f banded ban flown owntira > e tard t rayby ty by Judge H S STanner So Sorann STanner
Tanner rann r or f th the city court In the can canor canor caseof
or tho city c1t vs M M Johnson Johnsonintme The Thename Th ThHarne
name decision de lglon applies at > Plles to any other city cityor cityor cityor
or town In the state that has not enact enacted enacted ¬
ed d a new ordinance governing t the col collection colfctlon ¬
lection and expenditure or poll taxes taxessince taxt6Blnce taxesSInce
since 188 188In 18DiIn 18tiIn
In a gvzieral way the th decision means meansthat meanS1hat meanSthat
that every dollar collected by the city cIt cItror
for poll tax since 1S 18t8 8 was Illegally col collected io1j ol oll ¬
j lected l eted and It te s contended by man manthat mKni mKnithat manthat
that suit can be brought by the payer payerto
to have lave the same me refunded It Is not notknown notknown hOtkhiwi
known just ju t what hat the city Is J liable f rr tsrIn r rIn
In the way y of a ptwelble refund but butthe butthe butthe
the sum is roughly estimated e to be in inthe Inthe Iiithe
the nbfetibifrhood n hbdr1tood of Ofthe 52QWQ including
the taxes which have not an a yet been bcHcollected beencllccted besPI
I collected o1iei ted for this year yearSerious yearSerious yearSerious
Serious Phase Ph 80 of Case CaseThe Cnselhe CaseThe
The most important and serious seriousPhase seMouspha sehiolletha
Phase pha eor eof4lie of the case growing out of Judge JudgeTanners Jud JudJtnner JudgoTinnera
Tanners Jtnner decision ded lon is the effect upon tn tnroviaed tnrrl tflrcvised
roviaed rrl ed statutes of 1802 189 While the de decision declalon dcdebit ¬
debit does not directly affect them themit
it has raised ral the question as a to their theirvalidity theiraUdit theira1Idit
validity aUdit and adeci ndeeislon ion onqy iiy l y Judge Ju se Chas GhasW ChuV ChasIp
W V a orsfe In 4 g damage da age vase ase trledbe trledbefonFhfm tried be beforhtm
fonFhfm tor Jtlm last fall t ll was to the effect that thatthe thatthe thatthe I
the revtared rev statutes are null and void voidbeoauae voidbeuauee I
beoauae beoou e they th were never properly properlypassed properlypna properlyIaesd
passed pna ed That question is to be raised raisedvyjfchln raisedwl raisedwihln
wl vyjfchln ln the next few ew days by habeas habeascorpus hnbenscorpus habeascorpus
corpus proceedings proceedingsWhen procetdlnVhen proceedingsWhen
When The Herald published the story storyrelative storyvelatlve storyrelative
relative to the poll tax ordinance and andintimated andintimated andIntimated
intimated that the revised statutes stHtuteawere
1 1 were invalid and that also ovary city cityprisoner clUrl ct7prisoner
prisoner rl oner might be able to secure his hisfiwtoase hisr hisf3eIsase
r fiwtoase 8Iease upon habeas corpus proceed proceedings procedIngs proceedT
J > T ings a man In the theclt city Jail who is un under untier ¬
del a long sentence sent for certain certainattorneys certainAttorneys certaini
i attorneys and andemplo employed ed them to tolaktt tolakttts tak takhte take takep
p hte ts ca case e The application for release releaseon
on a writ of habeas corpus will be bemade be111ule
A made In the next ext few fewdnys days and tho thoquestion th thlUtlon tlip
p question involved in that action will willdfurmipe willdftmhw wilidtsnnire
dfurmipe the validity of the 1SOS re revised reJsed revised ¬
vised Jsed ordinance ordinanceIn uUnancenlhe
In nlhe the f face ce of the facts brought out outbeBpre outbf outhtreJudge
beBpre bf htreJudge rore Judge Morse last fall there Is IsA iaR Isa
A gcnaral nfJral impression among lawyers lawyersthroughout loW iawyerthroughout nI nIthro1l
throughout thro1l hout the city 1t3 thut the thhaboo6 thhaboo6corpus habeas habeascorpus habeaacorpus
corpus proceedings will knock out com completely completJ cornpietely ¬
pletely pletJ the revised ordinances of 188S 188SInvalidity 1505Invalidity 1SSinvalidityof
Invalidity of Ordinance OrdinanceThe
The law firm firm of Kinney Kinne Chriten Chritentinb Chritenj
j 6 tinb Sen n handled ndJed the case la e for Johnson the thecitys theI
I citys cIty Interests lntese ts being looked uf ltter ter by bythe bythc bythe
the city lty attorney aLtorne George L Nyc and andhis andhJ andhis
hJ his assistants Commenting upon the theCH theftl theeast
CH east > < > yesterday Attorney Kinney said saidThis MidThis saidThia
This action was prosecuted under underchapter undec1ntpter
4 chapter 30 page 307 of the revised or orainanees orillauees orI
I ainanees of Salt Lake City 1882 lSD which whichwas whichWHM whichwas
was enacted to govern the collection collectionand COllecl10nnd collectionand
and nd expenditure of poll taxes This Thisordinance Thl Thlr Thbiordinance
r ordinance was wa passed JNl 8td under the au aurfp aLtp t tijtl
p ijtl jtiwrlty erl roth eC the fl 14 Jt ltrbt slniz f It as ast as4re1eLied
t 4re1eLied rfp led by b the tl1rgenetlll th geneftil miiltlripal 1 lYklpul cor corporation corroratiOij < Or Ororatlon ¬
poration act passed J18S1 = ed in 1838 1 8 Section SectionNo StlctlonNo SeetlonNo
No 206 eG of the revised revl ed statutes of 1 1891t 1891tali 19Mamended 9X 9Xas
as amended in 1901 contains eighty eightyeight eightyeight Ighl Ighlei
ei eight h sections giving the general pow powers lOWt ¬
t ers et of a L city to pass ordinances In Inih Inthft Inth
ih thft r old ld Charter Rrter there th throrere r l vere ere nljiety t l1et J See 1fecI SeeI ec ecOtlons
I Otlons t10n8 which 11l1h gave these powers includ including IncludinS Includtag ¬
inS section No 61 which gave the city citydirect citytllreet cityi
i direct power to paw an ordinance ordlnan to tolevy tole to1evy
levy le and collecUooll taxes taxesIn JJuesHln taxesIn
Hln In the th general en ral Incorporation act 11Ctliectlon actsection actsection
section No 64 was omitted from < the thepowers theIWrII thepowers
powers granted mnted to pities ftlpsln in the general generalIncorporation generalItlC01pOration gcnera gcneraIecorporatIon
Incorporation law and 1d there is l no pro provision provion provllon ¬
vision to b bfI found in any part of that thatact thatact thatact
act granting powers to cities to levy levyand lv lvand levyaiid
and collect poll taxes taxesRepealing taxesRepealing taxe8Repealing
Repealing Section of the Cause CauseThe CausJlu CauseV CauseThe
V The repealing section ect m of 0f4 the gen gendral aentWa gendaaI
dral Incorporation law section No NoIU NoIUrJsM 311 311revfsed 311i
i revfsed statutes st tutes of 1898 provides the thfespecial thtsp thespecial
special sp lal charters of all cities and towns townsin
in this state and all amendments amendmentsthoroto amendm amendmentsthorOL nUj nUjthor
thoroto thor t are hereby repealed The part partquoted partquoted partquoted
quoted above referred to the th power of ofth ofth ofUt
th oJty to pass an ordinance on or the thesubject thiubJect theubject
ubJect of poll tax ax b epealing the thecharter thehttrt4r thecharter
charter of the city ily under which th thordinance thordinance the theLL
LL ordinance was enacted and hence an annul annuled annuled
nul nuled d the ordinance in question As Ascounsel AScounl Ascounsel
counsel for plaintiff pl lntltT says in his brief briefUhe brl brII
1 I the legislature letl lature may annul an ordin ordinance ordlnJ ¬
J ance nee by taking away the tn power under underwhich underhlchtlJey underwhich
which hlchtlJey they were adopted adoptedAttorney adoptedA adoptedfltornu7
A Attorney rJ Kinney then t en went on to toexplain t txplaJn toIt
It explain fKo 1io conflicts conhltetabetween betwcon the stat statutes statutes 1t 1tlt ¬
utes lt jind nd the revised ordinances of ISM ISMhe 18MI
4 I the he h points in which have been pub publlsh pubUIh4tfl publlshetI
llsh UIh4tfl d several eral times tirp s before beforeCommenting beCoreQlftmenling beforeomntenting
< Commenting upon the th liability of tho thocity th thdt thiity
city dt ity for or the poll tarts already paid paidunder paidunder paidunder
under the ordinance a citizen said saidThere 5flJdThre saidThere
There is much doubt as to the cltya cltyaliability cltaJiablllty city cityJiablitty
liability to repay repn poll taxes Courts Courtshave CourtsIme Courtshave
have held In construing sections 26S4 26S4xnd 2834and S4 S4Hnd
and 3880 wIOof of r revised Ifed statutes and other othersections othertctron8 othersections
sections that only when taxes and 11 licenses 11nse 11tenses ¬
censes nse are paid under protest nrote t can ro rocovery rrCoery recovery
covery be enforced and then suit un to torooaver toover toTnever
rooaver over Illegally 11Ial1 collected taxes or orHranses orfreJl orlhejtses
Hranses freJl ell must be commenced within the thet thetime
t time me allowed by statute of limitation limitationsection limitation5etz limitationssection
section 5etz Jon 3380 revised revJ l statutes statutesLIBEL statuteSUIT tatutetii
i LIBEL SUIT AGAIN AIN GOES IIP IIPSecond UFSecond UPSecond
Second Change ChangeofVenue of Venue Takes it itDistrict to toDistrict 5 5District
District Court CourtA Courtsecond
A second change of venue was taken takenypstorday takenstorda takenj
j ypstorday storda morning in the NyeCottrell NyeCottrellFornstrom NyeCottrelll NyeCottrl1Fornstrom
Fornstrom l case when Judge H S Tan Tanner Tan1er Taner ¬
ner er of the city court granted the mo motion molon meion ¬
lon to certify the e ease se up to the crim criminal crimInal crimtual ¬
inal division of the thed1strIctcourt district < court It ItIs ItIs itis
Is the first time in the history of the theBtate theala thestate
state ala tf that an n attempt has ha ever suc sucoKsfulty sucfllrulty suessfulty
oKsfulty fllrulty been made de to have a criminal criminalpreliminary erhnJhnlpNUmlnary erlininalpreliminary
preliminary hearing held In the die district dllStrlrt dietilet ¬
trict court Judge O W V Powers Powersattorney PowcnJattorney Powersattorney
attorney for the defendants took ex exreptionv e eeptlolW etcI
I reptionv to the course of proceedings proceedingsAfter profeedlnrAftlr proceedingsAfter
After the case cn had been disposed dlpo d of he heald heaid
2 aid the wholematter whole matter Is clearly Illegal Illegaland 1Uega1and illegaland
and that l11 lt It will be b a very simple legal legalproposition I iegaIproposition al alpropo
proposition propo lUon to thj ttuaw w the whole raise raiseout rMSeout easeout
out of court when hen it comes up before beforeJudge beforeJudge beforeJudge
Judge Charles W V Morse this fall fallWhen faUVhfn fallWhen
When the case was w 1Ut called at q i l oclock oclockIounty odocloonty oclockounty
Iounty Attorney George Westervelt Westerveltmoved Westerveitl VestercIt1TlO4d
l moved that the cas case be sent back to toJudge toTudgf toJudge
Judge Chris DieM Dl hr for hearing contend contending contending contendbig ¬
ing that the transfer to Judge Tanner Tannerhad TanJorhadben Tannerhad
had hadben been Improperly granted Attor Attorneys Attornps Attorneys ¬
neys Powers and Straup opposed the themotion themolion8ft themotion
motion molion8ft saying ng they were re perfectly sat satisfied satJ5fi satisfied ¬
isfied J5fi with the condition of affairs affairsCounty arralrsCounty affairsCounty
County AttorneyWestervelt Attorney Vetltervelt mage mn mne < je th thfurther ihg ihgfurther h hturthc
further > r contention that the transfer transferhad tr transferhad 8fer 8ferhad
had not been made on a change of ofvnue ornue ofvenue
venue nue but b t on a change of Judges JudgesAfter judgeAfter judgesAfter
After Judge Tanner bad said ho howould heJ
J would like very much to transfer the thecase lheR theRSC
case R RSC but could not do so on the argu arguinents ar arguinnth U U1ntnls
inents submitted County Count Attorney AttorneyWcstervclt Attorneyesterclt AttorneyWestervelt
Wcstervclt asked for a change of venue venueto venueto venueto
to the dfarICt di rICt court o urt on onthe the ground that thatJudge thatTulgl thatJutlge4FniTer
Judge Jutlge4FniTer > Tanrrt r has an interest Int rest in theC the thecase thecase
case C < l8 is J prejudiced and biased biasedThe blnsedTh biasedi
i The Th affidavit was argued at length tengthby lengthby 1enghby
by Attorneys Attorna Powers and Straup At Atthflr Attbrlr Attheir
their conclusion Judge Tanner said saidThisTB sldTJ1I saidL
L ThisTB TJ1I ThlS1thefirst g thefirst the first time I have cvbr cvbrhad evorbad ever everhad
had a case of oCthls this kind before me but butin butIn butIn
in evid14 > vldl itfcjP of the facts ta ts set forth in the theaffidavit theRmdavJttt theamdav1vr
affidavit RmdavJttt < lo i t not feel eel that I could try trythe trytb
j the tb ca ease c an an4 < t I will therefore make an anorder anorder anorder
order cauBK caUI IS arejiorl of Q the proceed proceedings PloceedInJuotv Woceedings ¬
ings InJuotv uotw this time to be made and andturn andturn andturn
turn the t case over to toM the district districtrourt dlstrktourt districtenurt
rourt
A 15000 15 OOODamng Damage Suit SuitTniin Sqitf
1 k I Tniin K K Brovh httrf1 hWitlrouJht fironght JIltt JIlttralnl u iit t tea
1 ea ralnl rt the lh Tinlic T1I1Uc11nS1JQChI Mining Develop >
ment company coat1 cornp r1i ct 1 al to rKxivef roePfit6ffiP roePfit6ffiPI sEtiffi sEtiffian4
an4 an i costs of action attionfor for injuries > s alleged allegedto aBeedto
to have been b be 4n ° n received rc td in the under underground tndergrond ndQ ndQgTOJJ1d
ground MorkJngs of the company oh ohJan obJan onJan
Jan 18 1803 12O At the time Brown I3rownwaa I3rownwaaa was wasa 1tS 1tSa
a 4bpv IhpVdliir p41 ldr fr in b a tunnel and av aver6j averat3iii1 m thai Lt
he was compelled tp f t work In an untlm untlmberad unUri1bered untithbered
bered portion of the bore While at atwork atwork atwork
work ft portion of theroof fell feUlnIn feUlnInjUrl inln inlnJurlng ininjuring
Jurlng jUrl g him badly badlyDistrict bad badDistrict badlyDistrict
District Court Notes NotesG
G T 1 Jasoug has brought suit in the thedistrict thctrlct thetitrict
district trlct court against Hannah Jasous Jasousand Jasousand TasousI1d
and I1d the Fidelity Deposit company of ofNosy orN ofN04y
Nosy N York to recover 6567 damages damagesThe dumagGaThe s sTh
The Th action is the outgrowth of an at attavhment atobmnt attbment
tavhment suit brought agulnst plain plaintiff plaintift plaintiff ¬
tiff earlier itt the year which was do docfdeVl docdid docidd
cfdeVl in his hlstavor favor wheri hen the case came cameto cameto cameto
to trial Jdsous asks 3970 damages damagesfrom damu damuCrom damagesfrom
from Hannah Jasous and tS97 9T from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Fidelity Deposit D po lt company companyJohn comptlnyTol1n companyJohn
John H Tomlinson surviving part partner partner partncr ¬
ner of the firm of A M I Lewis ewis wl3 Co Coof Coo Coof
of o Chicago Chlc go has brought suit > > ult against againstJ
J H I Moses Mea e to recover Sl978i8 alleged allegedto a1ie a1ieto
to be due on a big contract Involving Involvingcotton Involvingcotton
cotton cottonH I
H Evans has brought suit for or divorce divorcefrom divorcefrom divorcefrom
from Janctte Evans on the grounds of ofdesertion ofdt1on ofdstIon
desertion The couple were married l in inthis Inthis inthis
this city on Jan 21 1 1897 The wife wifeclaims tvlfeclaims vICcclalm8
claims her husband hUBb nd deserted her in inFebruary InFebruary InFebruary
February 1902 1902SHOT iO2SHOT
0 aD 0 0SHOT
SHOT THROUGH THROUGHTUE THE HAND HANDPrivate HANDPrivate HANDPrivate
Private Dix Meets With Accident Accident on onFort onFort onPort
Fort Target T rget Range RangePrivate RangePrhale RangePrivte
Private Dlx a recruit in the Twelfth TwelfthInfantry Twlfthlnfahtty Twelfthlnfahtry
Infantry at Fort Douglas DouJrlasmet met with a apainful ulHlJntul apainful
painful though not serious accident on onthetarget onthe onthe
thetarget the target range yesterday afternoon afternoonA
A cartridge exploded and a piece of the theshell thesheU theshell
shell went through his hl hand handThe handTh handThe
The Th soldiers went out early earl in the theafternoon tllcafltornoon theafternoon
afternoon for the regular dally target targetpractice talgetprRctlee targetpractice
practice Dl Dlx was a new hand and an Inhandling in inhandling Inhandling
handling hi cartridges In some WILY wayexploded WILYexplqded wiLyexplQded
explqded one of them thempremtturel thempremtturelTh prematurely prematurelyThe prematurelyThesbell
The Th Thesbell shell burst and threw splinters in ineverydlrectldn IneIdh1 IneverydIrttlOn
everydlrectldn eIdh1 t1 I1 A portion IM > rUOn of the braSs bra braSsstruck braflfistruek 8 8struek
struek his hand and passed through the thee thefleshy
I fleshy e hy part of it The soldier was uaStnken uaStnkento taken takento
to the post hospital immediately and andthe andthe andthe
the surgeon major attended him It Itwas Ita Itw
was w a found that the wound was not a ai aserfbus aseribus
i serious one oneIN oneIN
0 eo eoIN
IN POLICE CIRCLES CIRCLESBecause CIRCLESB CIRCLESBecause
Because B us of a faulty compluinC complulntL Louis LouisBorg LouisBorg ul3 ul3Bor
Borg Bor and his two sons were yesterday yesterdaydischarged yesterdaydischarged
discharged before Judge Diehl Borg Borgwas B4
was W arrested last week by Deputy DeputySheriff DeputySheri
Sheriff f Sharp on the charge of resist resisting r slst slstIng ¬
ing an ofilccr Sharp had gone to the theform thefarm I
form farm of Louis Borg near Murray to toserve toserve
serve an attachment upon some live livestock Shestok livestok
stok Borg and his two ons resisted resistedthe re resistedthe latcd
the officer and stampeded the th cattle cattleTheywere cattlThcnwcle cattleTlieywcre
Theywere arrested but wore yesterday yesterdaydlsmisSfd yesterdaydll yesterdaytlIaniIst
dlsmisSfd dll 11llJ8td d upon motion of the defend defendants defendant defendants ¬
ants ant attorney claiming chllmln a faulty ftlull com comlllatnt comltlahlt conthtliLlilt
lllatnt The be motion was wa as sustained tl by byJudge byUdC byJudge
Judge UdC Diehl and the prisoners prl ners released releasedAlice relea1ledAIJee releasedAliee
Alice AIJee SpriggK finished a thirty th rty days dayssentence dayssentence dayssentence
sentence In the county Jail yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning and celebrated her freedom by bygetting bygettIng bygetting
getting Intoxicated She was not only onlydrunk onlydrunlt onlydrunk
drunk but Very er boisterous and abusive abusivetowards abl abusivetowards lve
towards Ofllccr 01sen who made th tharrest the thearr thearreL 1
arrest arr L Bhe was charged with being beingdrunk beln belndrunk beingdrunk
drunk nnd disturbing dltutbI the l1 Ocace lcllCean and andWHI andWill l lWUIprObabl
Will WUIprObabl probably neturn aet rn to the thelOunt county jail jailtoday jailtoday
today for another month monthRichard InOnthItlehard in8nthltIcbKrd
Richard Gray went intO Dolly War Warners Warnecs nr nrner ¬
ners ner > > resort on Commercial street iJ t taitIntoxhiuted to ton i ialJntmctltl
alJntmctltl aitIntoxhiuted n intoxkHited ed corjdltibn CO cordIt1bn dl lbn 4n uJ l brutally brutallytfsifa brutall brutallfsnJted I
tfsifa lt fsnJted ujted ppe of tp tie inniat < < for or fidmfi fidmfifaiicied s m mra mfsii1d
faiicied ra cl d grjevarice gr n anctl ife fe was wad arreSted arreit d bj11 bj11dinner bt1mvtr b bOiRer
dinner mvtr Seager and was lined 10 I in the thepoUca i ipolice i iklf
police klf court yesterday fternoon fternoonGepege j jGeprge I IGeprge
Geprge Benson BansonW AV C Jacobson and andJuius i iJulius
Julius Tu lu Jacobgort coMton were arrested alrest yestor yestrday J Jday
day da hornpon aternooa by b Ofllccji OI1lct Lincoln fpr fprflghflng fQrfighting fQ fQlighting 11 11da
fighting Vf W C Jacobson and Benson Bensonhad Densonhad I3ens I3enshad
had an altercation a1ttn tlQ over ov r nqme trivial trivialmatter tr trLvialmatter vhl 1 1maUer
matter and engaged in a k fight Jacob JacobSon J JatobSon b1 b1son
Son was rapidly being worsted wh when whenhis n nhis I
his brother rother who could not stand to see seeaycifing Beea seea
aycifing a yhfng fmg brnricliof b ricli ot the ther family rnlly treeso tree treeroughly s i iroughly
roughly r Ugbly trimmed took a hand The Tl1CJaco TheJacobsons I j
Jacobsons Jaco ons had Benson very jnueh t6 t6th t ttb tbtbs
th tbs bad when Officer Lincoln happened happenedalong happenedalong
along a onS and teok the trio to jail jailBECITAL jailse jailo jailRECITAL I
se seRECITAL o
RECITAL AT TABERNACLE TABERNACLEThe
The Tt programme selected for the reg regular reg regular ¬ i iular
ular organ recital in the tabernacle at at5H at11i4h1s
5H 11i4h1s llifs afternoon is its follows followsExcerpts followsEx followsBxCerpts
Excerpts Ex erpts from the Concert Fan Fantasia Fanla Fantsstt ¬
tasia la l on the tune Hanovr Hano
HanovtwLeniare
Lemare Lemarea
a Gondoliers Nevln Nevlnb NolnAdagio Nevintb
tb b > Adagio front Third Organ So Sonata Sonata Sot ¬
nata 1 Guikitant Guikitantp
t p An Old OIdMeiod Melody Melodya oo 0 0a
a a At Thy Sweet Voice from fromSameon fromSamson fromSamson
Samson et DcIilaSaintSaens DcIilaSaintSaensb Delila Saln SalntSaens SalntSaensb tS ells ellsI
b I > Ave Maria arl Faure FaureMrs FaureMrs FaureMrS
Mrs G denev erfeva JenningsBaker JannlngsBakerAllagretto JenningsBakerUAUegrCtto JenningsBakerAllegretto
Allegretto Wolstenholme WolstenholmeSelection WoistenholineSelection VolitenholmeSeleeUon
Selection Apollo Male ule Quartette QuartetteMarch QuartetteIarch QuartetteMarch
March MarchThis MarchThis IarchThl
This Thl will be the theh18t last appearance of ofthe orU1e ofthe
the Apollo quartette in Salt Luke LukeLeader LukeLMocr LakeL1er
Leader Boman Johnson leaves shortly shojtl shojtlfor
for the cast eastfo fx fu > make arrangements for fortl forthe forthe
tl the e nppearance appearance of his hl singers there thereiEVI thereII thereLEVIWITK
II lImP 0 0tEVI
iEVI LEVIWITK WITH THE LEPERS IEPEKSHonolulu LEPERSHonoluiu LEPERSHonolnlu
Honolulu July 3 3tA A number of pCt people pCtpIe pOOpie ¬
pIe at the leper settlement on the island islandof
of Molokal who ar not afflicted with withthe witht withthe
the t disease dllen were recently recentl granted per permlsaion permtsslon permission
mission to leave their place of virtual virtualconilnement virtualcon4nement virtualeonh1nrnent
conilnement A few availed themselves themselvcsof them eJvol eJvolOr
of the opportunity to visit Honolulu Honoluluond Honolulupnd Honolulupnd
pnd various pla pl places < OIos s but others have haveprMwnted hn hnPiYMn haveprssenteda
prMwnted PiYMn ted a petition asking permission permissionto
to remain on Molokai The territorial territorialauthorities territorialauthorltle territorialauthoritIes
authorities are carefully carefull scrutinizing scrutinizingthe < rutlnlzlnJthe
the records of the petitioners and will willgrant willgrant 1J1 1J1rant
grant rant the requests to those who are areproven arelrOVen areproven
proven of good character characterTWO characterTWO
0 0TWO
TWO LIVES LOST LOSTOld LOSTOld LOSTOld
Old Orchard Mass Iass July 30 IOThe 30TheSeit IOTheR The TheSea
Sea R View at t Old Orchard was destroyed destroyedby
by flre today toc y and two wdlnen guests guestsMrs guestsMrs ue8t ue8tJtlns
Mrs Phelan Phel n Martin and Mrs E Ste Stevens Steens Steens ¬
vens ens both of Eiast ast Graton arc missing missingLiter mJlngL missingLater
Liter L tr the body of one was ItS found in the theruins th thluJn8 theruins
ruins It was so o badly burned as to tomake tomake tomake
make recognition impossible impos lble The value valueof valuof valueof
of the property > was small smallVEEDICTOF smallatI smallVERDICT
atI atIVERDICT
VEEDICTOF VERDICT OF GUILTY GUILTYColorado GUILTYI GUILTYColorado
Colorado Spring Colo July 38 30At 30Attsr = At Atter Att
I ter t r being bin out seventeen hours the Jury JuryInthe julYIn juryInthe
Inthe In tile case against Chief of Police Poll King Kingand Kingand Kingand
and Detective Joel T l Atkinson Atkin n charged chargedI
I I vith secreting w1tne witnesses I < s f pnti tnd so v pro prot prothctlng
1 looting t tlng a criminal < brought in a ver verlk verI verdiet
diet lk t of n guilty gu my today The defense deCm deCmmo defensemoved
1 moved mo d for a new trial trialRepulsive trialClC trialRepulsive
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Repulsive Features FeaturesBlackheads Featurest PeaturesBlackhoads
Blackheads pimples greasy faces facesand facesd facesand
t and d muddy complexions which are so soqommon soornmon soOinmon
qommon among women especially girls girlsat girlsI girlsat
I at = t a i certain t rl ln ag a age destroying beauty
disfiguring and an l making repulsive fen leatures ¬
tures tureshlch which would uld otherwise appear at attractive attracthe attractive ¬
tractive and refined re n d indicate that the theivqr theIv theIvqg
ivqr Iv t is out of order An occasional occasionaldosb ocCWSlonadoso Occasionaldose
dose of Herbine will 111 cleanse the bow bowels bowIs boweI ¬
els eI Is rogulato the liver and so establish establisha
a leor lW healthy complexior compt > xlor 500 at atthe1 atthc atthe
thc Z C M I drug department departmentNo departmente1Ce
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No street hacks at Farringtons FarringtonsI FarringtonsPOP FarringtonsPOPuLAR
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Many Inquiries Concerning Favorite FavoriteNorth FnvoritcNorth PavoriteNorth
North Pacific Coast Resort ResortMany ResortMan ResortMany
Many Man Utah people pOlespent spent thlr vaca vacattoh vl vacation cu cu1Ion
ttoh last year at It North Long Beach Beachi BeachWash BeachWash
i Wash reached by the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLlrioand ShortLine
Line Llrioand and the Oregon Or on Railroad Navi Navigation Navlation Navigatlon ¬
gation ation company From Portland th thT thlT the theT
T J T Potter Potl r queen of river boats Is Istaken Istaken istaken
taken and 100 miles of the lower Co Columbia Columbla Columbla ¬
lumbla river rlv r are enjoyed Rates Rat s most mostrsasonable mostreason mostrasonitble
rsasonable reason ble at all North Beach places placesF placisFor placesFor
F For r particulars and 190 1903 summer book bookH bookcan bookdali
can H at city cll ticket office 201 Main S SGvt St Stj StTI
TI lfi a Gvt Opvt Reports Reportspjr Reporlsfl eportso1Rox4fBakIng
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Eppingers Made no Entry En ry on onStubs onStu onStubs
Stubs Stu s of qfChecks qfChecksBOOKKEEPER Checks ChecksBOOKKEEPER Checkst ChecksBOQKKEEPER
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San Francisco July Jtil SO 30Receiver ORec Receiver lVer in inBankruptcy inBankruptcy inBankruptcy
Bankruptcy M J Green lodity con continued continued continued ¬
tinued his investigations InvesUgil on Into the af a atfairs j jfairs Italrs
fairs of the late firm af EpplngeV ICpplng r Co CoFred CoFred i iFred
Fred A Mitchell lI1tc J1 formerly rorDl ry bookkeep botkkeeper j
er for the firm testified tettifd that Jacob Ep Eppingor Bppinger I
pingor had torn checks out of the check cheekbook i
book without making makJn any note in the thestub thestub I
stub of otthe the check book This he said suldhad Stldhaa saidhad
had gone on for a period covering coverln eight eightor I
or nine nl nifl teyenr years and when tie had called calledthe calledUle calledthe
the attention of the senior member memb rof of ofthe i itho 1thotlrni
the thotlrni IhTii to the matter Jacob had not nottold Izottold j
told him not to mak any entry entryChecks j
Checks OhectsTorn Torn Up UpI J
I could not tell fur or what amounts amounts amountsthe I Ithe I
the checks were made out said the thewltnesK th thewItne f
wltnesK wItne until nUI they were returned from fromthe frol11the frontthe
the bank Paid Joe JueEPvlntel Epplnger son of
Mr lr Epplnger took the th checks from me meand nhand m mand
and for tote them up The ohecks were i idrawn idrawnln
drawn drawnln In this t1t manner rriaun about twice a amouth i imonth imortth
month The only way 0 the books could couldb i ibo
bo b made to balance bu1ltft e wus by taking the th thebalance j I
balance of the bank and putting in inwrong infong ii iiITong
wrong fong figures Gure at t t1e h bottom of the col columns columus i iumns
umns umnsA umusA j
A G Platt the certified eiu ed accountant accountantwho accountantWho j
who han experted expert d the books of the Cc c cunct efuflet i ifunct
funct unct firm > tetftifted te8tJA t6 t thlj t condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bocks He said Sl d that the discrep discrepancy dislrepancy discrepaney ¬
ancy in the footings amounted to 234 2344W 34
4W This difference e he 11 said repre represented represented represeated ¬
sented amounts drawn out and andnot not en entered entared enbred ¬
bred in the books Nc trial balances balanceshe
he saidt said had been taken in many in instances Instftnces instances ¬
stances stancesP
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P E Bowles was the next witness witnessHe i iHe fHe
He is the th manager tnana r of the American Na National NaUonal Natinned ¬
tinned bank and acted in connection connectionwith connectionwlth connectionwith
with the Bank of Monterey as against againstthe agaln againstthe t I
the other creditors of the defunct finn flrmGrew finnGrew firmGrew
Grew Suspicious SuspiciousHe
He stated that he had grown fearful of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the condition of things In the Pacific Pacificcoaut Pdcmecoa Paetficcoast
coast coa t warehouse on u1 May 2 and had hadsent hadsent hadsent
sent Inspector Biirker 31 rker to Crockett to toget toget I Iset
get a report on the grain there thereThe thererhe thereThe
The report of Burker he said was wasfar wasCar wasfar
far from reassurtfcg He H declared that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there wa was a shortage of grain raln both as asto asto asto
to quality and quantity J Then Mr MrBowles MrBowles MrBowles
Bowles sent for Herman Hern ar Kppinger and andasked undalSked andasked
asked him him to take up his loans The Thelatter Thelatter I
latter wore as a < 4 follows One for or 1 lOO 1i5G0one 500 500one
one for 12000 another for 14000 and anda I
a fourth fourthfOI for 17590 17590After 17500Arter i75O0After
After several consultations cO IJllloUons and con considerable considerable ¬ I
siderable delay Hwman H man Eppinger gave gavetwo gavetwo
two orders to Bowie and G P Me MeNear JlcNcar McNear I
Near oneof one or the diretcors of the bank bankfor hankfor 1 1for
for the grain in the Pacific coast ware warehouse warfhouse warehoua >
house houa supposed ppoqed tQ bo coyered by b their theirloans theirloans I Iloons
loans Atferward Atft > rward he wrtit to his of ofa oflice j
lice and a Ki returned rCturn with additional SP SPcurlty S socurity
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curlty curltil1 In iutlie the th shape of notes aggregat aggregatfng aggregatfng
fng f fngThe n1 588 < W WThe
The hearing will be resumed next nextMonday j
Monda Monday when Jacob Kppinger l will be bexhiied i ixainined
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Cuticura CuticuraGrateful CuticuraGrateful
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Grateful Mother Cannot Expre ExpreHer Express ExpressHer EpressHer
Her Heartfelt H artfelt Thanks ThanksMy ThanksI
I U My son became becameamicted afflicted with eczo eczoma eczema
ma at the age of three monta monthsand and I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was sorely sor ly perplexed I went wentto to see seeseveral Beeseveraldoctora seeseveral
several severaldoctora doctors about aboutit it but buttheydid they did him himno himno I II Ino I
no good so I tried the Cuticura Berne Bernedies Romedies I
dies according ac ording to directions and began beganto
to notice J10 i 6 a rapid cure So pleased pleasedwas pleasedWa3 pleasedwas
was Iivith I the success SucceSs that I continued continuedand
I and now I am so grateful to the Cuti Cuticura Cuticurs I Icurn
curs Kemcytfies Rem Ues that I cannot express expressmy expressmy I Ii
i my heartfelt thanks He is now tvo twoyears tvoyears tvoyears
years old and all cured with no sign signof sIgnof algaof
of the disease dlsetl returning rctu ng Great thankS thankSto
to the Cuticura Remedies RemediesFeb RemediesFeb I
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GOmETE TREATMENT 100 100For 100ForTorturingDlsflgurlng
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For ForTorturingDlsflgurlng Torturing Disfiguring I Humours HumoursFrom HumourFrom u
1 From Pimples to Scrofula ScrofulaFrom ScrofulaI ScrofulaFrom
From Infancy to Age AgeThe AgeThe AgeThe
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The agonizing itching and burning burningof
of the skin as in eczema the frightful frightfulscaling frIghtfulscaling frightfulscahind
scaling as in psoriasis the loss of ofhnir ofhnirand othairand hair hairand
and crusting of the scalp as in scalled scalledhead scaJledhead scalIedbead
head the facial faclaldlsO disfigurement dIsf1urement urement as in inpimples inpimpl inpimpiCs
pimples pimpl s and andrinwonn ringworm the awful suf suffering Buffering suffaring ¬
fering of Infants and anxiety of worn wornoat wornout wornout
out parents as in milk crust tetter tetterand tetterand tatterand
and salt rheum all demand a remedy remedyof
of almost superhuman virtues to sue successfully 5DCCCBsfully sueceasfully ¬
cessfully cope with them That Cuti Cuticura Cutlcura Cuticurs ¬
cura Soap Olntmgnt and Pills are such suchstands suchstands suchstands
stands proven beyond all doubt No Nostatement
I statement Is made regarding them that thatis thatIs
is not justified by the strongest evi evidence evIdence cvideuce ¬
I dence The purity and sweetness tho thopower thopower thepower
power to afford Immediate relief the thecertainty thecertainty thecertainty
certainty of 0 speedy and permanent cure curethe curethe curethe
the absolute safety and great tat economy
havemide have m mdc dc them the standard skin cures curesand curesand curesand
and humour remedies of the civilized civilizedworld cIvlllzedWorld civilizedworld
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A brewery as clean as your kitchen the utensils as clean cleanTne cleanThe I ITic
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The beer aged for months until thoroughly fermented so soit soit soit
it will not cause biliousnessThe biliousness biliousnessThe j jThe
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The success of our Business is based on Actual Values ValuesIf
If you youe ate going to buy a diamond it will pay you to t get our ourprices ourprices ourprices
prices before bef < re purchasing elsewhere elsewhereLow elsewhereJow elsewhereLow
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t f the inducements now are areextraordinary areI
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5 and and6 6 sorts this week weekTEETft weekUNION weekUNION
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Gold crowns 22k 500 500Bridge 500Bridge 500Bridge
Bridge work per tooth 500 500Gold 500Gold 500Gold
Gold fillings 100 and up upAll upAll
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Is Positively the Only Dental Firm Firmthat Firmthat Pirmthat
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JOSEPH F 1 SMITH President
WILLIAM B PRESTON Vice PreaUteatr
CHARLES S BURTOK CasHier CashierHENRY
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