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2 TIlE SALT LAKE HERALD Tal TTTTRSflAV SDAY JAN 26 9 1903 1
ANOTHER CASE CASEOF CASEOF 1 1OF
OF GRAFTING GRAFTINGMyriad
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Myriad Myri q of Charges Against ainit Consul ConsulGeneral ConsulI ConsulGeneral
General Goodnow GoodnowI GoodnowROTTEN j jROTTgN
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I ROTTEN CONSULAR COURT COURTv COURTACTION COURTACTION v 9URTI
ACTION WILL v L PROBABLY ROB BL BE BETAKEN BETAKEN BETAKEN
I TAKEN BY CONGRESS CONGRESSWashington CONURESWU5hlnt CONRES3wa1i1itozi
Washington WU5hlnt n Jan jan 25 Representative 25Reproontat1vobushes Representativehughes R pr05cntathchushes
hughes of New ew Jersey Jcrs F Introduced a res resolution resolution resolution ¬
olution in the hl house today tOda directins the thecommittee theQommlttee thecommittee
committee on the Judiciary to inquire inquireand Inquireand Inquireand
and rcoort whether the action of this thishouse thishouse thishouse
house Is requisite concerning the official ofCiclal1mlsconduet
misconduct of John Goodnow judge of I
the United States > consular consqlar court at
Shanghai China ami say sa whether wlicth r thfe thoSaid
Said Judge has been guilty of corrupt corruptconduct eorrurtconduct corruPtjunduct
conduct In office and whether the ad administration administration administration
ministration of his office of rice has resulted in I
injury Injur and wrongs to litigants in his
court courtThe courtThe courtThe I
The resolution is accompanied by bJ seven ¬
teen specifications The first charges charges111m
him with the embezzlement of S946 946 on Onarlous
various dates during the fiscal year ended
June 30 laOJ thesecond the second charges that he hemailed hemaned hemailed
mailed false accounts to the secretary of ofstate orItate ofstate
state ae a to moneys mone 8 received and cx cxcntJed ¬
pendedfor cntJed for jillesred court expenses < > > I the thethird tbethird thethird
third cnarces charges that he presented pree nted a false falseclaim falseclaim falseclaim
claim agraliwt aUIn t the United States to the thesecretary theS6Cretary thesecretiry
secretary of the treasury the fourth fourthcharge fourthchargM fourthcharg
charge embezzlement an n Nov 19 1903 of ofi
JW3 1 paid into the court by b the firm of
Andrews GeorgeS commission commls fon mer merchants mcro mercliants ¬
chants o to the house of Nee Chang Chnn Mow MowConspiracy 310wo 310wConspiracy
Co o
Conspiracy Charges ChargesThe
The fifth charges the appointment a > ointment of
George Aderby as ait expert accountant
in the tl1 case between the firms mentioned
in the iirecedliie charge cnnrthe the appointee
being asserted to be wholly Incompetent Incompetentami
and that the judge thereafter received receiveda
a perjured account from his appointee appointeethe appointeethe
the sixth charges conspiracy between betw the thejudge thejudge thejudge
judge Oeorge A Derby Derb marshal clerk clerkand clorkInd clerkfld
and fld crier 111 to the court Stephen p Barctici BarcticiInterpreter Bnrcllelintfrpreter Barchlciinterpreter
Interpreter of the court and messenger messengerto
to t < l the tii Chinese mixed court and one R RL RL itL
L Hazelton ta t defraud Maximilian Fran Franils FranlIs 1raflIS
ils Dzienk n J t subject of Germany > of 19 19mows 1914 1914mows A Amows
mows df land in value 72450 the seventh seventhcharges sev seventhcharges nth nthCllar
charges Cllar es that on March 23 3 1903 190 Mr 11 Good Goodnow Goodnow Goodnow ¬
now asoointod Hl > olnted a biased and prejudiced prejudicedHsecisor prejudicedRS8 Drejudicedsssesor
Hsecisor RS8 r in the case of I E Gillor GillorCo GlIlorr
Co 0 vs the e American c Trading I company compafithe
r atr
the eischth h charges c that on Sept pfo pfohe 20 1908 1908he 1992he
he unlawfully deprived J B Burke an anAmerican anmprlc anmericgn
American mprlc n citizen and nd attorney of record recordof r ord ordof
of lIfinne8 Minneapolis > OJls of his liberty IIb < > rh and appro appropriated appro11riKted appropriated ¬
priated Burkes property to his hl own use useand useand useand
and disbarred dl barnod Burke the ninth charges chargesoppression chargesopprCtlslon chargesoppreNlon
oppression and tyranny by means of in intimidation inthnldRtlon intimidation ¬
timidation and threats of criminal pros proarciition prosoj prosedition
edition through th U which IC there C was extorted extortedfrom e extortedfrom to tothin
from oj J 1 B Urk Burke rk 11374 1 being b a on onthird one onethird
third vested ve ted interest in the Chinese in indemnity intJomnit indemitity ¬
demnity tJomnit claim awarded George Warren WarrenTyrannical WarrenTyrannical VarrenTyrannical
Tyrannical Extortion ExtortionThe ExtortionThe
The tenth charges charg oppressive mid ty tyrannical t3orannical tyraiinicah ¬
rannical extwrtion of 250 tuels from fromThomas fromThomas fromThomas
Thomas It JeHrrmi and that Mr Good Goodnow Goolnow Ooo1tW ¬
now sought to persuade one 01 < > Rosenthal to tomat tohuth toiiietigste
mat huth iiietigste Ice t tl < criminal prosecution prOR < cutlon against againstJerigan nainstJprigan agtInstIerigan
Jerigan iti order to Injure the th kilters Inttllsgood Inttllsgoodname good poodname goodname
name tln 1h eleventh > le > l1th charges Chltr H that on Juno JunoISi Juneill
ill 1908 Goodnow did unlawfully aid and andabet andabet andabet
abet the destruction d trUetion of public documents documentsbeing documentsbeing documentsbeing
being documents toum > nt in the case of G F Cur Curtis CurUs CurUs ¬
Us v v3 C Bolker In consemonce COn N1net of ofwhich ofwhilh olwhich
which the th sum of 00 was extorted from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th said s ld Curtis and paid to uaid Good Goodnow Goodnow Goodnow ¬
now the twelfth charges that Mr lr Good Goodnow Goodnow Good210W ¬
now has rendered false and J1d fraudulent fraudulentaccounts fraUdulentacounts frauduheniaccounts
accounts as to the rent paid for the theUnited thernlted thErnited
United States consular Jail for the sup support support ¬
port of United States prisoners for the thejailer thejalieT thEI I
jailer nnd for alleged doctors services servicestor servlclsfor servieefor I
for said prisoners > and that said Good Goodnow Goodnow Goodnow ¬
now has knowingly forwarded to the sec secretary 34Crelan seeretary ¬
retary of state false and fraudulent re returns returns returns ¬
turns of George A Derby D rbY marshal of tho thoUnited thol theiiiited
United l nlted States consular court courtFictitious courtFictitious courtFictitious
Fictitious Bill of Sale SaleThe SaleThe SaleThe
The thirteenth charges charg 8 that on Aug 15 5 511O
1900 Mr Goodnow falsely and knowing ¬
ly I certified < that property belonging to toforeigners tofor totoreigner
foreigners for ignCr8 was property pro pert belonging to a aritz aIUze a acitizen
ritz citizen IUze B > > of the United States in order as asit asIt n nit
it Is alleged solely to give gi saId property pro crty
the protection of the th American flag The Theproperty ThEI rheIHoperty
property la defined as the th Chineseowned Chineseownedsteamship chineseownedsteamship hlncscowncdJ I
J steamship < t < otmAhlp Klhngse and it is charged ollur etl that thatGood thatGoodnow thulGoodnow
Good Goodnow now extrfrted ext rled the sum of SS3B Ijj i for forrerordlne forfo felrecording
recording a fictitious t > S bill of < f sale hi 1 1for the thetransaction thctransactIon
fo pf JiII he hef
transaction nd the further f sum of Wl Wlfor E
for alleged shipping shh > llnR of a Chinese crew crewfor cr cre crefor > w wfor
for the ship the th > fourteenth fourt nth charge Is a aOuplicat a L Ldupi1cut
Ouplicat u of the t preceding save that it itrefers ii
1 refers to five f e other rhrrr Chinese e owned ooth oothiJ ships shipswhich shipIwhich iJ iJwhich iiI I
which new the American flag fIa during the theBoxer thoHoxer tia i iBoxer
Boxer uprising and all < l then were returned to totheir tothtlr tctheir
their former oWners o nerR for which it adds addsunlawful HdcJsunlawtul ald aldunlawtiii
unlawful service the th said Goodnow ex extorted extorted x xtorted ¬
torted money from the th Chinese firm firmBogus ctrmBogus firmBogus
Bogus Passports PassportsThe
The fifteenth fift th Chares a conspiracy conBoiriteymanufaetqje 1 1a tb tbmanufacture
manufacture a f aliens into citizens AZ of ofthe ol t tthe
the United State Kt in consideration o rat of large largesums Iargsums nr nrsums
sums of money the plan bclnz beln to Issue Issuebo Itsmcbotus isamhocus
bo hocus < u8 identification augers to be pre presented pr prsented rc rcsentcd ¬
sented by other parties to the conspiracy conspiracyto
to Minister Concer Com cr wlo issUed iss ed the pro proper proper proPer ¬
per passports Four Russian aliens one oneTurk onoTuk oniTurk
Turk and one German are named as re rerelvim reelin
relvim elin such nassrxirts Two alien aiienBhtlsh a aBritish nBritish 1
British subject and it German were reg
Istred at the United > d States S consulate > It ItIs 1tII It L Lis
II Is I alleged as citizens c1t1zf > ns of the United nlttd States StatesThe StatesoJ
The rht sixteenth charscs Jude Goodnow I
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with ilh appropriating to his hl own use us foes foescollected tc foescollected s sconec
collected conec tcd in settling th the estates of Ameri American An1crlun mcri mcriCan ¬
can un cltisehs who died at Shanghai and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making false returns thereof The seven seventeenth s seventeenth vcn vcnt ¬
teenth t e 1th charges that Judge Ju c Goodnow did didunlawfully didunlawlull3 didunlawfully
unlawfully and knowingly knowln take t3k jurisdic jurisdiction jurlsdlctJon jurlsdicLion ¬
Lion In tho castor George A t Derby and andione afl aflone
one R P Plant the th case beinc beln ttlablconl triable triableonly iriabictonly I
only onl before the United States ministerial ministerialcourt mlnls miniser1atcourt < rJar rJarcourt
court at Pekln the result rL5ultbelng being that Plant Plantwas Plantwas Plantwas
was sentenced to a Ions Ion term in prison prisonand prl prisonand o1T o1Tand
and it is believed he Is serving the same
in a California jail
The resolution charges that said Judge JudgeGoodnow JudgeGoodnow JudgeGoodnow
Goodnow Is incompetent Incom > tent to hold the of office offlce ¬ I
fice of federal judge ju ge that he has never
been admitted to practice pracu ce law before any anycourt anycourt anycourt
court In the United Suites Statt or elfcXvhere elfcXvhereand c1otvhereand 1scWhere 1scWhereand
and that he is not alawror alawrorAprotcst alaw Qr at atA
Aprotcst A against thoretentionof tho rel tIon or Judge
Goodnow signed by b twenty twcnt American rca residents r ridenls ¬
idents of China Is madepart of the reso resolution resolution ¬
lution lutionPlsos lutionPhos lutionPisos
Plsos Cure for Consumption also alsocures al50cures alsocures
cures coughs colds sore iuftgs 25c 25cBULLDOG 25cBULLDOG I
BULLDOG IS BANISHEDCanine BANISHED B BANISHEEiCanine NIS 1 1Canine I
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Canine Policeman Po1ic man Tabooed TabQoedCpuncil TabQoedCpuncilCommi TabooedCpunoilCommittee Council CouncilCommittee
Committee Commi ee Favors Taxing Trad Trading Trading Trading ¬
ing Stamp Dealers 600 600Official 600Official 6OOOfficial
Official Dog Catcher Hugo Hotter ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared before the council committee on onmarkets onmarkets onmarkets
markets last night in response to a asummons usummons asummons
summons to explain why he has used usedor u3edor
or permitted the use of a vicious bull bulldos bulldog bulldog
dog in catching and impounding other otherdogs otherdogs otherdogs
dogs He tried to convince the mem members members mombers ¬
bers of the th committee Councilman CouncilmanBlack CouncJlmenBlack CouncilmenBlack
Black Hartenstein and Wood that the thedog thedog thedog
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dog used Is a a mildmannered beast beastwithout beastwithout beastwithout
without pedigree or viciousness But Buthis Buthis Buthis
his statements did not in the opinion opinionof
of the members of the committee justi justify justify ¬
fy the brutal exhibitions which his ne negro negro negro ¬
gro assistants have been giving in the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public streets of the city cit during the thepast thePast thepast
past six or eight months and they told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him he must dispense with the bulldog bulldogand bulldogand bulldogand
and resort to some more humane meth method methcd nethied ¬
od of dog catching it I he wanted to re retain retain vutam ¬
tain tam his job He promised to do so soChief soChief soChief
Chief W V J Lynch urged the mem members members members ¬
bers of the committee on police and andprisons andprisonJ andprisons
prisons last night to bring brin in a report reportto
to the council at its Usnext next meeting add addI addIn addbig
I big In twenty patrolmen to the present po police poHee police ¬
lice force He presented a L compilation compilationof
of statistics showing the population of ofa ofa ofa j
a dozen cities ranging from 55000 to to
90000 population and the number of ofmembers offnembers ofiembers
members and cost of running the police policedepartments policedepartments policedepartments
departments of the same These fig figures tlgures figuzes ¬
ures show that Salt Lake City has a asmaller asmaller asmaller
smaller police force w4iich w lch Is run runcheaper runcheaper runcheaper
cheaper than any other city of its class classin
in the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The members nf mbers of the committee an announced announced announced ¬
nounced themselves as in favor of add adding addInJ adding ¬
ing ten men to the force but deferred deferredtaking deferredtaklnS deferredtakIng
taking definite action upon the request requestuntil requestuntil requestuntil
until after a a conference with Mayor MayorMorris Mayorlorlls MayorMorris
Morris which will take place today todayTrading todayTrading todayTrading
Trading Stamp License LicenseThe LicenseThe LicenseThe
The council committee on municipal municipallaws municip1laws munieipnllaws
laws met last night n ht and decided to tomake tomake tomake
make a favorable report on the ordi ordinance ordinance orditiance ¬
nance imposing a tax upon trading tradingstamp tradingstamp tradingstamp
stamp companies The ordinance pro provides IJroI provides ¬
I vides videsSection 1 1I
Section 1 Xo o person f rson shall ball engage in I
the trading stamp business or deliver lIver any anygoods UJ1 UJ1soods naygoods
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goods wares merchandise money mon > y or orother orother orother
other property or grant any concession concessionprivilege concessionprivilege
privilege or preference pr fcrne in any way upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
I the presentation pr entatlon or in the redemption ot otany otun otany
any un trading stamp coupon upon ticket or orother orI orother
other device sold given or otherwise is issued IsRued issued ¬
sued by b any an other person in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
I with or In consideration of the sale ex exchange exchange cxchange ¬
change or disposition of any goods wares waresmerchandise waresmcrhandlsc waresmerchandise
merchandise or other property proJ > rty without withoutfirst withouttirst withoutfirst
first procuring a license as hereinafter hereinafterprovided herelnafterprovided hereinafterprovided
provided providedSec providedSel providedSee
Sec 2 Persons required to pay 1Q a license licenseunder icel1soI
under the provisions rovfsion s of section 1 of this thisordinance j
ordinance shall each pay PU 609 per fumum fumumThe nnun iflfluflThe I
The licenses hereby fixed shall be In ad addition addition adlitton ¬
I dition to any an other licenses that may be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid by the person affected affectedSec arcecteSec affectedSec
Sec 3 i Any ny person pen < on violating vlolatJn any pro provisions provisions ¬
visions of this ordinance shall hulI bo doomed doomedguilty dQcmcQgullt duemeaguilty
I guilty of a misdemeanor misdemeanorSee
See 4 J This ordinance shall take effect effectupon etrectUI effectUpOII
upon UI > OU approval approvalTha apPJoalThu approvalThu
Thu committee uomn tloe on sewers last ast night nightinstructed nihtinstructed nightinstructed
instructed the city engineer to bring in inan inan iiian
an estimate oatii ate to the 1th council Monday Mondaynight lIonda3111gnl Mondayiiight
night of the cost of lowering 10werin the 1h seer sevverin seerin sewerIn
in First street between E and F Fstreets Fstreets Fstreets
streets This section of sewer has been beenfound bee beefound beenfound
found to be b one foot too high and andproperty andproperly andproperty
property owners along the street are areunable areunaLble areunable
unable to make connections with it in inconsequence Inconsequence inconsequence
consequence consequenceThe consequenceThe consequenceThe
The members of the committee on onpubliiygrQunds onpubllOgr onpubiIogrqunds
publiiygrQunds publlOgr < lunds will iIl visit Liberty park parktday parkt
tday t da day r for the purpose of inspecting the thelake thelake theIak
lake Iak in the park with a view Iew to enlarg enlarging enlarging enlarglag ¬
ing It They hey will 111 be accompanied cc mpanled by byCity byCity byCity
City Engineer George Ge tgl W V Utter who whowill whowlU whoviil
will plans of the proposed
prepare en eniargement enlargement i ilargement
largement largementj largementPHELPS
I9i I9iPHELPS
j PHELPS MUST EXPLAIN EXPLAINI EXPLAINPortland
I Portland Jan 25 25Carl Carl Phelps Ph lpg the sec secretary secretary ¬
retary of the th > federal grand jury who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen V
been missing mlssln since Friday Ft1 < < 1IlY last put in his hisI hisappearance
I appearancetoday appearance today explaining that he had hadi hadbeen
i I been sick He was ordered to appear ap eur be toefore before
fore the th grand jury jur tomorrow to explain explainhis explainhis explainhis
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geiis gesome gtVsoiricthoide fu ch dholce iqe sel selections seIEi ii0 1S s iii iiisoft inV 1i 1iI i
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V I soft bosom shirts at 95 cents centseach centseach centsV centseach
V each not one of which h1Ch cost costless costless costless V
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V tfNothing < Nothing N othingvrong wrong wrongwith with vit1 the theshirts theshirts
I shirts but the price TwoJ Two Twomonths Tw Twmonths
J months hence you yo wouldnt wouldnthesitate wp wpuldnthesitatetopay ldnt ldntt
t hesitate hesitatetopay to pay irj f2 tio ti 200 200for 200 V I
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s SITES rrES DESERET DESER ET BANK BANKDepositor BANKDCpo NK NKDepositor
Depositor DCpo ior Says S ys Her Safety Deposit Deposit1Wx
V Box Was Opened and Money Moneyand M tt ney neyand neyV
V and andewels Jewels Were Stolen StolenAlice StolenAlice
Alice Walker wants wnn t5 the district districtcouit districtcouitto court courtto couito
to t o compel tile Deseret National bank to tomake tothake
make good to her a loss she sustained sustainedthrough sustainedhr6ugh
through t confiding confldin money and diamonds diamondsto I
to t o its custody custod custodIn
In the th petition filed fil d by 1 her in the theoffice theOffictof theOffiC
V office Offictof OffiC of the he cLerk of r the district court courtyesterdayshe courtYCBterday courtyceterday
yesterdayshe YCBterday she alleges thaton that onTune on June 30
3001 1 901 she rented h safety saret deposit de psit box of ofthe oCthe ofhe
the t he bank and subsequently deposited depositedtherein depositedtherein depositedherein
therein t 795 together with three large largediamonds largedIamonds largediamonds
diamonds and a large numberof email 6malldiamonds emaildiamOnds
diamonds all of thevalue of54SO or 480 and andthat andthat andhat
that t on March lI it rch 17 1904 190 the thebox box was wasopened was0Jtned
opened by b some one unknown to her herand herand
and the money and jewels stolen She Shek Sheautos
autos k for judgment for 51195 119 and costs co ts tsof I
of suit suitTWO
TWO PERSONS INSANE INSANEIn
In I l the Case of Clint Ainsworth His HisWife HisWife
Wife Tries to Defend Him HimWith HimWith HimWith
With an Axe AxeAddie AxeAddie
Addie M Dunn 24 years of age and andresiding nndresiding
residing at 28 North Second West street streetwas streetwas
was tried yesterday before Judge Jud e Arm Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong on the charge of insanity und undwas nndwas
was ordered committed to the state statemental I
mental hospital at Provo The testi testimony testimony ¬
mony showed that she was confined in inthe Inthe
the mental hospital at Blackfoot Ida Idafor Idnfor
for a year but was discharged front frontthat fromthat
that institution as cured It was also alsoshown alsoshown
shown that she tried to set fire to a ahouse ahOUSe
house in this city in which she was liv living liVing ¬
ing and that at timee she showed showddhomicidal showd110mlcldal
homicidal tendencies tendenciesClint tendenciesClint
Clint Ainsworth aged 4Q 41 years a adriver adrler
driver by b occupation o and residing rcsidin at
389 89 F street was also tried on the same samecharge samecharge samecharge
charge and was ordered committed to totfie totoe tothe
toe same institution ins tution When two depu deputy deputy deputy ¬
ty sheriffs went to his home on Tues Tuesday Tuesclay Tue Tueclay ¬
clay to take him into custody his wife wifeseized wItaseIzed wifeseized
seized an ax and ordered them to de depart
They The succeeded in effecting his hiscapture hiscapture V
capture without sustaining any wounds woundsor
or bruises V
VV VVSEEKS
SEEKS DAMAGES DAMAGESConductor DAMAG DAMAGESConductor S SConducor
Conductor of Traction Company Says SaysHe SaysHe SaysHe
He Is Permanently Injured InjuredS
S S i W V Beck is suing the Utah Light LightRailway LihtRailway LightRailway
Railway company in the district court courtfor courtfot
for 01 5200 damages amages for personal injuries injuriesHe injuriesHe injuriesHe
He alleges In his petition that on July
25 1904 while In the service of the de defendant defendant defendant ¬
fendant company as a conductor he hetook hetook hetook
took hold of the trolley rope of a car caron ca caon caron
on South Temple street between Fifth Fifthand Fifthand Fifthand
and Sixth streets in order to guide guidethe guidethe uide uidethe
the trolley to the wire wireWhile wireWIllie
While thus engaged the car gave a alurch alurch alurch I
lurch and he was thrown against the therailing theralliuJ therailijig
railing of the car and injured internal internally InternalI ¬
ly He claims that his injuries are arepEl areiflaflent
pEl manent
V VSUES
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SUES FOR FOR PROMISSORY NOTES ISfOTESSmall NOTESSmall F1OTESSmall
Small Amount of Interest Paid PaidPlaintiffs PaidPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Want Principal PrincipalGeorge PrincipalGeorge I
George H Snelgrove yesterday began begansuit begansuit begansuit V
suit against Alma Hague and Charles CharlesL CharlesV
L Hyde to collect on a promissory note notefor notefor notefor V 1
for 2500 5UO given by the defendants and andJ andJ andJ
J R Hickman on March 15 1895 duel duelon due dueOlt I
on or before the expiration of two twoyears twoYe twoyeara
years Ye Ts It is alleged that the defendants defendantshave defendantshaye defendantshaye
haye paid 5400 400 as interest and that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is now dae from them 447670 447670with 44i670with V
with interest at 8 per por cent from Jan V VV
15 1905 1005Snelgrove 1905Snelgrove 1905Snelgrove
Snelgrove also brought an action actionagainst actionagainst actionagainst I
against Nels E and Emma Youngberg Youngbergon
on a promissory J > romi ory note dated June 1 189S 1805on V j jon
on which there is alleged to be due
1094 and interest at 8 per u r cent from fromthat fr m mthat V
that date less 30 paid asJritercfit as hitercat Thc IThcplainUfCalso Thcplaintiff t
plaintiff plainUfCalso also asks judgment t for 100inj 100injaddition lO 100 flheV up upaddition ln lnaddition V
addition to the amount claimed to be bepaid bCV j jpaid
paid to his attorney for Ws sorvicesini sorvicesinibringing sorvices sorvicesin sorvicesinbringing In InbrlnIt V
bringing brlnIt the suit sui suitCourt t tCourt j jCourt
Court Notes NotesJoseph N tes tesJoseph
Joseph Butcher filed fiJ d a petition yes yesteiday Jcstel yesteiday V
teiday tel day In the office of the clerk of the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court In which l1ich he asks that thattribunal i itribunal
thatt
tribunal to divorce him from Carrie CarrieButcher CarrieButcher CarrieButcher t
Butcher on the ground of desertion dcserU desertionThey1wcre
They TheYlcre were married in Salt Lake Aug Augiz
15 1895 She abandoned him Jan 1
1905 1905The The NeldenJudson Drug company is issuing iss issuing I
suing s ing George H Fennemore in the dis district district ¬
trict court to collect 157495 with withCereal In Interest l ¬ V
Cereal t rest at 8 per cent from July 1 19J3 193 193on lo3on 1
on a promissory note dated Oct 31 i1He
1899 He also wants to collect 6142D 6142Dalleged 61421alleged I Ialleged
alleged to be due us balance on a bill billof billof I Iof
of goods sold the defendant defendantC i iG
C E Dugger is on trial before Judge JudgeArmstrong TudgeArmstrong j I
Armstrong and a jury on the charge of 1 1being j
being criminally intimate with Britten Brittenna < <
na a Susie e Daughters n girl under the t tage
age of consent The girl and her par parents parents I
ents jMr and Mrs Irs E J T Daughters Daughtersgave Daughtersgave
gave testimony going to sustain t > the thetimoiiy thecharge thecharge
charge while the defendant In his tea teatirnoiiy t
timoiiy denied deni d it Several letters writ l I Iten I
ten tenb by him to Mr Daughters and others otherswhile otherswhile otherswhile
while in jail were pre Introduced in ovi1 ovi1dence cvi cvidenee
dence by District Attorney Loofbourow Loofbourowlienry Loofbourowienry j
Henry S Bell received judgment judgmcntfor for for2S75 for9STh
2S75 yesterday against the Annie AnnieLaurie AnnieLluric AnnieLaurie
Laurie Mining company for Opcrmanent Opcrmanentjnjuri O2 permanent permanentinjurie permanentinjuri
injurie received while working in the themine themine theisilne
mine Bell Ue claimed that th t the ground groundwhere groundwhcre groundwhere
where he was as working orklnJ was dangerous dangerousand
and the roof caved in injuring him for forlife forHfe forlfe
life It was further stated in the com complaint complaint cornpiaint ¬
plaint that the foreman of the mine had hadbeen hadbten hadbeen
been informed that the tunnel was wa dan dangerous danE dangerous ¬
gerous E > r us and that he ordered Bell to con continue continue contilluc ¬
tinue working workln there thereModern thereo theretttodern
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Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G DOYle I
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REAL REf ESTATE TRANSFERSi TRANSFERSElwood 1RANSFERSElwood TRANSFERS rRANSFERSlwood
Elwood i Mead all to O F Peterson PetQ on lot
30 0 block 1 West W ost Drive subdivi subdivision subdhisiol1 ¬
sion sionElwood 5
Elwood Mead to O F Patqrspu P tOrll lots
13 1 II and 35 West Drive subdivi subdivision aubiflvlslots JubahlJ Jubahlnh ¬
Joseph J slots sionJoseph slotsJoseph nh Easton si Robertson ii b ri ftotr to t wnilam ttlhIath I m Ii IiAyfett
Aylett Ayfett part of section f S 5 townShip
2 south range 1 west w wB
E A Batoman to Hober CAylett CAylettpart C Ayiett Ayiettpart ylctt ylcttpart
part of section 25 township 2 south southrange southranJc southrange
range 1 west westViilIam COO 00
William 11IIam B Bennett and wife to IIc
ber C Aylett part of section s atlon2 25
township 2 south range 1 west 25
E B Wicks to Jacob A Brunkin Brunkinshaw Brunkjnshaw
shaw lot 22 2 2 block 4 South Lawn Lawnaddition Lawni Lawnaddition I
addition addition3larie j
Marle Bohn to Olof Bohn i part jJ of ofsection ofSection I
section 12 township 2 fcouth I range
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Robert Rob rt G Roscamn ROBC m1 and wife to I
Louis Berets lot 5 block 54 1 plaUB plat 3500 3500MARRIAGE i500e i500MARRIAGE 500 I
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Elbert T Brown Salt Lake City Clt 125 S
Helen Larson Murray lIumt 23 5
Samuel E Jrffkson Mill Crdek ruck ok 25
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Washington ashhuton D C Jan 23 2Ic1aho Idaho post postmasters postm postmasters ¬
masters m sters have been bc < n appointed a polutcd as fpllows
William ilJlam E Jones Shelley Sh > IIc BingMnni coun ¬
ty t vice Iec W R Jones Jon 8 resigned Mary 1131 15
Noilsort N lJson Irwin Blngham county count vice lee Sa Sarah Sarah Serah ¬
rah A Fawson resigned resignedThe rtslgncdThe resignedThe
The Colonels Waterloo WaterlooColonei WaterlooC WaterlooCdionel
Colonei C lonei John M Fuller F uller Uer of Honey
Grove Tex nearly met his Waterloo Waterlooro
from ro Liver Llv r and Kidney trOuble tr ublc In Ina Inarecent a arecent arecent
recent letter he says lI T T was tUJ nearly arlY
dead 6f these complalnt and a d although
I tried my m family doctor he did dk me no nogood noIood nogood
good so I got t 50c boUMo 01t ofypurgreat ofypurgreatEICtrlc ypur great greatElectric greatElectric
Electric Bitters whlcjv whih cured cUr d me I Iocnsidcr ICnslder Iensider
ocnsidcr them the thebest niest medicine n dlctn on onearth onearth onearth
earth and thank God who gave g e you Iho lhoknowJcd thOknolvJedge
knowJcd knowledge J to make them Sold and
guarantseu guaninf d 6 to > cure eur Dyspepsia Di pfpsia Bliiou BliiouOjnL Billpus
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ASKS SCHETTLERABOUT SCHETTLER SCBETTLLRABOUT 1 1ABOUT
ABOUT DEPOSIT DEPOSITTimothy
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Timothy T Hall Wants a Note Trans TraisV j jaction
V action Explained j
I i iPAYMENT
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PAYMENT P IS IN INQUESTION QUESTION QUESTIONCOUNTY QUESTIONATTORNEY I
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COUNTY C ATTORNEY MAY 3E 3EAGAIN 3EI 3EIAGAIN 3E1AGAIN i
AGAIN ASKED TO ACT V VAccording 1 1
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According to Timothy Hall he will triflgive trillive
give g ive B H Schettlcr until noon today toda to tomake toI toake I
1 make m ake a satisfactory explanation of a acertain aertain
certain c deposit < which he claims was I Imade
i made ade in the defunct bank last fall If IfMr i
lrr Schettler dLCS ea not give i the right i ixplanation
explanation e Mr Hall will lay la the mat matter matt matOr ¬ I
tq ter t Or r before the th county attorney and re request request rcuest ¬
quest q tC uest that t at drastic measures be taken to tocompel tocompel toompel
compel C an accounting accountingv
c v Mr 11 Hall says that he sold ld a certain certainpiece ccrtamplcce certainiece I
piece p iece of property to a than nan by the uam uamof uaU1or iiarnf
of o f Reed for 43750 or this amount Mr MrReed MrReed I
Reed paid him 5300 300 last summer and andave I I13e
gave g ave his note for the balance Some i
time t later he says that the purchaser purchaserInformed purchascrInformed purchasernformed
Informed I him that he had placed S100 S100to 100 100to 100o
to t o his Halls credit in Schettlers Schettlersbank Schettierrankt
bank b ankt But Mr Hall says that when whenhe whene
he l Ie e asked Mr Schettler about it the lat latter latter laten ¬
ter t en said that there had been no such suchransaction
transaction t and of course there was no nosuch noBuch nouch
such 8 uch entry en the books of the bank bankMr bankMr bankMr
V Mr Hall sought Mr Reed to whombe whomie whom
he l ie had returned the note at the time of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he alleged payment but Mr Reed said saidhe saidhe saide
he h e could not find the paper However Howeverhe
he h e told Mr Hall that on a certain occa occasion occason occaba ¬
sion son a ba he had taken the note to the bank bankand bankand banknd
and a nd had asked for a receipt but Mr ltrSchettler MrSchettlen
Schettler said it wasnt necessary He Hepersisted Hepersisted
j persisted and finally the banker wrote wrotean wrotean wrotean
an acknowledgment on the back of the thenote th thnotc thenote
note noteTesterday notcYesterday noteYesterday
Yesterday Mr Ir Reed found Mr Hall Halland HalJI Ha11and
and restored the th muchsoughtfor muchsou htror note noteas noteas I Ias
as evidence that the money had been beendeposited beendeposited beendeposited
deposited Mr 11 Hall says that Mr MrReeds MrReeds Ir I
Reeds statement is true and that the thematter thematter I
matter is now up to Mr Schettler to toexplain toexplain I Iexplain
explain
V VKimball
Kimball Is I Sorry SorryJ
J Golden Kimball feels aggrieved aggrievedover aggrievedover
over the report of Tils Sunday evening eveningermon eveningermon veningermon
ermon published In yesterdays Her Herald Herald Heraid ¬
ald He says that thelanguage the language of the thereport thereport thereport
report does not fairly represent repr ent his Ut Utterances tttterances t tterances ¬
terances and that persons not present presentare
are re e apt to make m ke wrong inferences from fromthe
the published account accountHc He admits that thatlie thathe thathe
he did speak of financial embarrass embarrassments embarrassments embarrassfilentS ¬
ments but did so in a general way waymaking waymaking i
making no reference to Mr Schettler Schettlerfurther Schettlerfurther Schettlerfurther
further than to say sayIt sayIt sayIt
It Is Brother Schettlcrs turn today toda todaIt
It may Ina be yours or mine tomorrow tomorrowAs I
As regards the reference reerenc to President PresidentJoseph PresidentJocph PresidentJoseph
Joseph F Smith or Apostle F M 1 Ly Lynian Lyman Lynian
nian he says that he did not use their theirnames theirnames theirnames
names at all but that what he did say saywas sa saywas o owas
was about the necessity of people hav having havIng haylag ¬
ing a testimony te limcny for themselves them eles and andhot andhot andhot
hot living on borrowed borrow d light and nd re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked that if all had such a testi testimony testimony testimolzythey ¬
mony molzythey thes would not be moved by bywhat bywhat bywhat
what ybccurred ccurred before senate commit committees commftteespt committees ¬
tees teespt pr other bodies bodiesOther bodiesOther bodiesOther
Other persons who were there Vqay s ay The TheHerald TheHeralq TheHeraI4
Herald Heralq quoted Qted Mr Kimball accurately accuratelyAttorney accuratelyAttQrney accuratelyAttorn
Attorney Attorn r G W V Moyer saysthat says that he hewishes hewIshes hewishes
wishes the Schettler depositors dis distinetly distinctly distinctiy
tinetly to understand ut1 erstand that he did not notattend notattend notattend
attend their meeting on Tuesday night nightfor nIghtfOr nightfor
for the purpose purp se of trying to influence influencethem InfiuelJcthem influencethenl
them so that they would hire him to go gothrough go gothrough goV
through the Schettler bank books He Hesays Hesays V
says s s that he attended the meeting meeUn to tooblige toob1i tooblige
oblige ob1i E a number of the creditors who whoare whoar whoare
are ar his clients clientsTO clientsTO
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TO CUBE A COLD TN ONE DAY DAYTake DAYTake DAYTake
Take Laxative Bronto ot 1 Quinine Tablets Tabletsfails TabletsAll ablets abletsAU
AU drug drugIsta Js rtJpd the mopcy it It itfails
fails 10 to curb E W Groves signature signaturefson signat signatareeach re rer
V fson r on each box 2th 5 h hGOLD > V VGOLD Q QGOLD
GOLD FOR PARIS PARISNew
New ew York Jan Ja 25 2iTh The following gold goldexports I
exports to Paris tomorrow arc announced announcedLazard
Lazard Frercs 535000 OOO bars un and nd < l 51500WX > jl I Icoin
coin oin National City Clt bank 500000 coin I IAn
An additional engagement of 750000 7 OOOO in ingold V I Igold
gold coin by Goldman Sachs Co was wasannQunced wasannounced j
announced later in the day This cold soldalso j
also will be shipped shlppellto to Paris tomorrow tomorrowl tomorrow19Dm
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m And got it It really dont make makeany makeany makeany
any difference to o the grocer grocerbut grocerbutm but sjj sjjI
m s I notice it doe make a grea greaS great greatV greatEi xf xfl l > V V I
Ei S deal of difference with my Ii l lbread 0bread > 1 1bread
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WRECK MAKES FISH SCARCE SCARCEShipments SCARCEShipments SCARCEShipments
Shipments from the Coast are Tied upOn up uptm upon
On Southern Pacific PacificThe PacificThe PaciftcThe
The fish market suffered yesttitJay y tu c ay on onaccount ontccount OnacCOURt
account of ot the wreck on the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPuclCIc SouthernPacific
Pacific Only a few fc varieties were to be behad behad behad
had but the shipments from the east and andnorthwest andnorthwest andnorthwest
northwest arrived Small assignments of ofhalibut orhaUbut ofhalibut
halibut and salmon came In from the Co Columbia Coumhla COtmh ¬
lumbia tmh and there were a few eastern easterncatfish easterncatfish easterncatfish
catfish Striped bass arc scarce and the thetJcalcr5 thedealers
dealers have been unable for tonic time tlmtto timeto
to secure enough to supply the market marketPoultry marketPoultr
Poultry Poultr remajns re fns plentiful but the prices pricesarc
arc steady stad aSd d them is not likely to bo boa bea bOa
a change < in the quotations at present presentFlour pr presentFlour sent sentFlour
Flour declined yesterday 20 cents a hun hundred ¬
fired The prices were er fixed lx d at the meet meeting meetIn meeting ¬
ing In of the Salt Lake produce exchange exchangedred exchanscHigh
High patent Is Quote at 270 per hun hundred bundred
dred straight grade rude at 250 50 and bakers bakersNo bakers3o
No 1 at 2lSO The roms arc overstocked overstockedand
and trading has been beendull dull during the past pastfow pastfew pastfew
few months There seems to be plenty of ofmllllm ormUlJn ofmillirur
mllllm wheat on hand and the millers millerssay mllorthlY millerssay
say they have enough in stbck St Ck to carry cart cartthem
them over for fo some some time Corn and antlchopped andcho andchopped
chopped cho > pld corn om dropned drQl > d 10 cents per hun hundred hundroo hunfired ¬
fired and is now selling lilng for 140 The new newschedule no nogchedul newschedule
schedule of reduced re < tucl > d freight rntes caused causedcrnslderabla causctlC1 causcUcnsldersbla
crnslderabla C1 corn to be shipped Into tiie tiiemarket tu tumakat tuemarket
market and nd it is on this accouoi accou ± that thatthe thatthC thatthe
the prlco was lowered loweredTho loweredIhe loweredThe
The fruit and vegetable market was wasquiet wasLuiet waSquiet
quiet yesterday and no changes > were wcromade WCNmade weremade
made madeBAli
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You cant ca 7tmakQ mako sweet butter In a fool foolaliurn fonI1turn fouluhurn
aliurn Evnry farmer 1I ls s wife knows this thisYour thisYour
Your stomach churns and digests the thefood thefood thefood
food you cat and if foul torpid or out of oforder otorder oforder
order your whole system ttem suffers from
blood poisoning iou ou will have foul
breath coated tongue bad taste poor poorappctitfl poorappetite Spoorappetitd
appetite and a whole train of disagree disagreeable disagreeablo disagreeable ¬
able symptoms Dr Piercos Golden GoldenMedical GoldenModical GoldenMedical
Medical Discovery DIscov tY which Is not a bever beverage beverage hoverage ¬
age composed of whisky or alcohol being ooingentirely beingentirely
entirely free from intoxicants is a great greatregulator Featregulator < 1t 1tro
regulator ro TUlttor < and Invigorator of the Stom fetomach Stomach Stomach
ach Liver and Bowels BowolsAbout BowosAbout
About ft yeas yea aco a o I Was Ill with blood pol pOlsonlng pcisoning
sonlne writes Miss Eveline Louis of 33
Walter Street Buffalo N Y I had what whatseemed wbatseemed whatseemed
seemed to be bea a small cold sore on my lip It ItJ
became very yer angry In appearance and bcffah bcffahtb
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tb spread 5prsdunttI unttl ft nearly iW covered rie my face I Itras Iwas
was a frightful slht and could uld not go out outside ontsld6 outside ¬
side the house because uso of ofmy my appearance a x > eumco I Iused Iused Iused
used a blood medicine which did not give givemo givemo
mo any relief reHfThen Then I began be an to tako your yourGolden yourGolden yourGolden
Golden Medical Discovery I was greatly
benefited with the first bottle and after tak takIne takinC taktag
inC tho second bottle was completely cured curedThe turedTho
The crlsl eryslpelatous elatous eruption disappeared and andmy andmy andmy
my blood was cleansed My M complexion is iscloar Iscloar iscloar
cloar and fresh and I have felt better this thisyear thisonr
year onr than I did for some time before Dr DrPiercos DrPierces DrPiercos
Piercos Golden Medical Discovery Is 1 cer certainly c ir irtainly r rtalnly ¬
tainly a most remarkable r medicine medicineDont medicineDont medicineDont
Dont accept a substitute for fora a medicine amedicinewhich medicinewhich mediciriewhich
which performs such cures and which has hasa
a uniformly successful record of nearly
forty years years to its it credit Its an insult to toyour toyour toyour
your intelligence for a dealer to try by byoverpersuasion byoverpersuasion
overpersuasion to palm off upon you in inits inits inits
its stead some somGinferlor inferior article with no norecord norecord norecord
record to back ba k it up You Y 1L know what whatyou whatyou whatyou
you want it Is his business to meet that thatwant thatwant thatwant
want
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PJ3aILlJU The Peoples Common
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THURSDAT 10 to 12 OCLOCK OCLOCKNever OCLOCKNever OCLOCKNever
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shown in this lot at each eaeh12I V V12c
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