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t TIIE SiLT SAI T LAIrE L IE HER HFRITD TJD ATfRDAY Jt Ji1E E 24 2 1905 3
iTRACK i IS CLEAR CLEARFOR r
FOR GREAT CITY CITYHouston
HOUS Houston t 0 n Suit Against Water and amiSewer andSewer
Sewer Bonds Dies DiesBONDS DiesBOND
BONDS S WILL BE T TAKEN TAKENMAYOR KEN KENMAYOR
MAYOR MORRIS ANNOUNCES ANNOliNC SjflS SjflSPLANS t HIS HISPLANS
PLANS FOR THE FUTUREt FUTUREA FUTURECity FUTURE FUTURECity
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City Attorney Y C C D tp F j 7 a + terdi l tt ttset < Y YsCUled
sCUled set urd a rEl release of the sdit t or J JHouston J W WHouston
Houston and the Salt LakeItesliTsgtate LakeItesliTsgtatea LRke e l t te te8olli1tion
a ° 8olli1tion against StIlt Lake City CityLlfayor Cltytraor
traor Richard P Morris U rrls And other city eityoOklals cityofflelals
oOklals in which hleh the validity or thesierlal the thepe
sierlal pe < lal election of Jan J 1 its at tit which whichthe hkh hkhthp
the b issuance mane or 1 1ti0AI + 0 water a an an5fwt u userver
server > r bonds were authorized was at attukfd attcked
tukfd tukfdAllen tckedAllen
Allen T Sanfun1 flttorlte attorney for Hous Houston Houston
ton and the associatktn IItUOtl gave e to Judge JudgeDey JUdseIpy
Ipy a signed statement showing that tpatthe thatthe
the Putt had been Almndoned And would wouldnot wouldnot
not be revived This 8tat statement ttetlt Judge JudgeDp Judgehey
Dp hey forwarded to the officials of the tIKiMutual theiMutual
iMutual Lift Insunue Insur twe company of of1i ofyew
1i yew fw York the punha purchaser er u of the bonds bondsPouncihnan bondsouncilntan
Pouncihnan Hulon S pUs the llu Mutual llutual
tual Life Insurance corHpanys rfOpre reprerrttative rfOprerntatin
< rntatin In Salt Lake City < it received rtt hf > d atelegram R Rtlgram
telegram yesterday from one o of the of ofor offcers
fcers or the company instructing him himto himto
to send to the tOfnpanys main oilier H aypy HJp
ypy Jp of the supreme courts OIin opinion Ofl in inthe inthe
the friendly injunction suit of Dr DrGEOrg DrGeorge
George E Ellerbeek Eilerbe < k against Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City and others jn which the supreme supremeort supremecourt
court > ort will uphold the validity of thebonds the thebonds
bonds as soonn on as it is handed do down downThe n nThe
The official stenographer stenO ntpher of the au auyreme u uIrfme
Irfme court is engaged en ged in typewriting tYptrJUngtl
the tl > opinion and it may be given out outtoday outtoday
today Chief Justice Barteh is out of of1h ofthe
1h the city it and ag soon as he returns returnsthe retunlSth
the th opinion will he handed don He Hena Hemay
may na get back this Jlwrnins and he may mayl11ain mayremain
remain l11ain aWa away two or t three ree daysThe days daysrhe
The withdrawal nf the Houstonsuit Houston suit suits
5 rus to hap cleared away awa the lastobi last lastobtad
obtad obi fade to Hit prosecution of the water waterawl wateravid
awl sewer extension exttn ion projects saidMayor said saidIaor
Mayor Iaor Richard P Morris We e arc arcJroedin areproceeding
proceeding on the assumption that the
i a dston of the supreme court In the
JUf Ialerbet > rbetk k suit will prove entirely sat
istaetory to the officials of the Mutual
Life Insurance company and that as as1T1llth asmist
1T1llth mist h of the n10fWY as may be requiredavill requIred
1jIJ soon be available Ve are making
our plans accordingly aecordlnslRoddy accordinglyRodd
Roddy Rodd y yThe Gets 6000 6000Thr 6 000
The trial of the suit of James Rodh
In which damages lIUHa amounting to tfi iiOee iiOeewere OO OOWrc
were asked a against alnst the Diamond Coal Coaltnke
Ckf company for I Injury njll 1 to the health healthof I Iof
of th the plaintiff was as finished in Judge Judgcoloit
F this loit division of the district court last lastrht
rht 1i ht the jUr joss returning a verdict br
nhiclt hil1 the plaintiff was W awarded a juds
mnt m nt for 61OIt Roddy claimed hls heartand heart heartn
n and ul lungs were injured h by inha1i inhaling poi poisonous pot5t1ne1IS
sonous eases aes while Ht work In the d de
fondants mine In May 1la I ICourt 1906 1906Court
Court Notes NotesSuperintendent NotesSuperintendent
Superintendent or Streets S M 1 T
Seddon is setting re ready d to bring suits suitsagainst uit uitagainst
against sixty clti citizens ns who have failed
to pa pay their poll tax The papers have
ln prep prepared red and are arereadv read for tHins
jn the cIty courtJanett court courtJanett
Janett Hay has h begun un suit in tIle dis
hict court for divorce from James
Jla Nay to whom she was as married at Salt alt
Lake July 17 XES 1859 She alleges that
Ile 1 has failed to provide her with ith th the thelie
lie 1 Cssaries > 5 < arIfs of Jif life and asks the court eourtto courtto
to require the defendant to pay h her herattorney < r rnttotney
attorney 166 and to the IH her > r S a aJtonth arttonth
Jtonth as alimony alimonyBpnjamin alimonyBenjamin
Benjamin Winchester begun two ae aetloTiS
tloTiS in the district court yesterday tor to tor
r over damages for injury done to hi hirops his hiscrops
crops < trees and health by fumes from fromfim fromsmelters
smelters fim < JtCn In one of the suits against
the Ptah Consolidated Mining comIrvy com comr
Irvy r l lY damages aggr aggregating ting 19U are areR5kfd areasked
asked The other suit is against the
riiited TTnitt > d States Smelting company and
is for 1001 1001Ellen 16x4Ellen
Ellen Merrill applied to the probate
division of the district court yesterday esterda
for appointment as guardian of Virgil Virgil1rErrf1J
Merrill and William V JJlam A Merrill minors
for petition recites that their estate estateimsist estatec
c imsist ot 5000 in cash paid as a
judgment b by the Oregon Short Line
R n1ilroa ulroad company on account of their
i Itim tim for damages a ac < Ul the > heirs of their their1tthcr
fithtr Riltain iiJiani A Merrill deceased
I 1Ica
I Local Ica Briefs rte S SIERD I IDERD
DERD PLACED OX FILEThfi deed
transferring the Keogh KeoghWright right hospitalp hospital hospitalnptrty I
p nptrty from 1Cells ells Fargo Co to G
R J Jones ones was as placed Iaced on rt record < Old yestfr i I
day The consideration was as 19800 + The Theti
dtl ti it was made some time AgO through 1
A A n01Kr Robertson RobertsonFTER IOn IOnFTJR
FTJR A COXVEXTJOXAn invitate inita inita11nn
te 11nn n was wired ysttnlK hy Governor Governori i
ii i hit C Cutler t to the National 4 food foodIZads
IZads s convention On now V in n session I at t rort rortLcud I
Jtlcl Ore to hold Its next session 4ion in inSa1t i
Sit Lake I kf Clt City > Tb Th4k4egatea t from rom rth Ptahll
11 endeavor to brin bring the connnuon connnuonlr l
1 lr re
reETS I
ETS AXOTIIIn FIFTHw PIPrH J T ill alr I I1l
r i 1l pllrc purchased h yftttmay another one onefifth
fifth interest nt < nSt in the lot faSt of the Sani Saniirim Sanit
irim t rinm on the north hie of tt Third South
1 + w en OII Maui and VfSt T4 Temple > nl struts strutsci strMtTi
Ti THi p5I aid i w was JII yUSA This gives hps hpsir i i3r
ir l lIallran thnfiftm of the prr pr p r rt I
t t It has a frontage of iSt is fat and andi I
1 + rt deep deep1XVITh 1 p plXITI
lXITI fIU TEACHERSAt a ape apeal J <
aT meting of tf the contlftitttt 111 teach teachers ah ahJld
ers and Jld school Rork ork of the hoard of edi edic dH dHiinn
c iinn + irn y yesterday terdy it WAS decided to in int
t th the Nuti National md Educational association associationt I
t hold its Amutl meeting ting In Jnl July 19116 ISaSalt I
Salt Lake Pity it A committee f mitt enm nm I
1 d 1 of Iathoihah Thomas I D Ii ins hnsh i
h t nwn and Mi Miss 8 Rosalie PolIk was a a ap
1 intN1 intr to convey the invitation to th j js
s < xiatlnn I IIAnRY iIARRY
IAnRY IX IJoHITh marriage of JIt J I IRIIn
It Russell of the Mm cAmposing OICin room nf The 111 < f
Ili 31 rid a and Miss Christie Fox of r Jhi JhiThu wn wnt
t mnizwt Thu Thursday a at the th honw of th thlr thFTi
lr FTi joi i grandparents in Lrili in the prf s sr <
1 r fir t Oltl only the relative and a f iw im imJ1 imp1
J1 Iiat > it ftiem IS 6 The ceremony en > lIIOny was as per perrated Pfrnn
nn rated bv lilsbop HD Andrew Field fotcl Mrs MrsTu Ir Irr11 <
r11 11 h hat been a popular sin sing r In the thfrnac ther >
r rnac rnacle at Ltbl and her asodtt s in intl
tl + hair were present to give n her a ro royal royalr
t nil t1ff ff when hen 8M and the groom m started tartMtr >
r R Salt < iTt Lake Xr awl Jrs YrsRusseli Ru n will will1n willrttak I
1n rttak < I t ti hir ir home In Salt I lakc k CityIEATII City
DE IEATII TH 0 OF AX OLD RESIDEJT RESIDEJTni RESJDE RESJDErd 1
rd wa was rffdv received t ttyday da announ announcing < n the thedn thes
s dden dn death of Xn Mary Mar Uesworth Uesworthwidow iepworthwidow
widow of o the lat late Thomas Hepworth H worth aged agedears a avaf
vaf ears > < The d deceased was as a resident residentJ
J Y this city it for the be past st Ciftythrft years yearsituving fant fant11iinli
11iinli arrln arrived d here In in U 1II5it + SZ She bad been beensj betnMninl
sj Mninl uding the pant st year ear at 1 Los a Angeles Angelesin AnfOl AnfOlIn
In which hich place pla her death occurred urrtd The Theremains Thprtmains
remains will be brought here b re for or inter interJrnt interrc
Jrnt rc nt bv her dauJPhters daughtersMiss iss Lk1e Hfp Hfpnrth Hepr
nrth r rth lnd Mrs F Cobb Besides the thptVn thetar
tar above mentioned she he leaves a fam fami
i 1 of five daughters and two sons sonsllrs n nJn
llrs Jn P Olstn OlsenMrs Irs C Cobb obb Mrs E Autt A AJ
utt J ft Mfrs rf4 J G KUnk Mrs ors F Blftzalhel Blftzalhel1ld Bletzacheravid
avid James and Jopph Hepworth HepworthRAY
4 its itsRAY
RAY BAGSHAW IS ARRESTED ARRESTEDCharged ARRESTEDCharged
Charged With Selling Livery Horse Horseand Horseand
and Rig RigHay RigTray
Hay BageliW BMg l waa 8 arrested last night nightb nightrc
rc b Deputy Sheriff Ike Emery for steal steals stea1Y
Y iJ ing g a horse and buggy from Kimballs KimballsiH Kimballslivery
livery iH > n stable IUKl selling it in BountifulThe Bountiful Bountifulfh
The fh > outfit was recOvered yesterday inTountiful in inBountiful
Bountiful and Bagsbaw returned retumt > d toalt to toaJt
alt Lake last night and wu arrested arrestedA arrestedcomplaint
A complaint charging hi him with grand smndlaneu grandIarceay
laneu will be tiled toda today
PfACE BROODS BROODSAMONG
AMONG SOLDIERS SOLDIERSN
N National tional Guard M Matters tters in in Much Bet Better n t tter
ter Condition ConditionLINE Co nditio n nLINE
LINE OFFICERS WILL STAYA STAY STAYDJUT
A DJUT T r GENERAL GENE AL GEOGHE GEOGHEGAN GEOGHEGAN
GAN popuLAR WITH BOYS BOYSi
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It WI was auAeti W IHH Iced yesterday that the 1i line lineefficers te tettfflCt
ttfflCt efficers of 0 the tJt nattonal national aaard rd 8C Utah UtahnroMd LtahRid
nroMd Rid diet iletgn n in II body Th The crl crisis crisisla t8 t8ht
ht the or erpaglzation zaUon h has u > evidently 1 paseed paseedanti led ledthlllJ8
anti thlllJ8 seeated to be in a Ii pacific COn COndltl condltk
dltl n yesterday The expreJ expressions IOf1s of ofRY ofmsiny
msiny RY of the line officers were that with withtbe withthe
the ap appointment Qlnt tftlt of J Joseph b GeuJhegan as asadjutant
adjutant general the difficulties would w0111dIMtfH wouldswe
IMtfH bE adjtuted Thf They Jt predict dlet that theguisl the thel1NtIII
l1NtIII will be ft erstablished + tabllsu d on a firmer firmermlf firmerbasis
basis mlf aid nd that progress will be made at atonce atOnce
once in the enlistment I tmeht or men Many or orthe ofthe
the ° ftktrli are In favor of the abolish abolishJIHflt abolishrptetnt
JIHflt of the office of brigadier g general generalaftid heml hemltd
aftid td Ifelieve lie thAt at present the guard lIard is isdetidNlh istier
detidNlh tier idtrlly tQhtILv Governor John C CCuUer CCutler
Cutler said the DO9IUon would not befluted be
fluted until the enlistment strength or the thepard theguard
guard fkmndd de itA it
A movement nowm nt was i started last year e r tocombine to torotttt
combine rotttt f > th the ottk offices or btiadfer general generaladjutAnt generalslid
slid adjutAnt general ehtr J but the recom recomJRfII1 remmhsetwlation
JRfII1 hsetwlation Ation ws not acted on by the leg
illat1tn The future of the guard now
has ha t the t earnest > attention of an the line lineornn lineofficers
officers and solte Ift of them said < aid last lastnl lastnight
night nl t that they would give gl their Om
h4 I bted I IG Ie IDont
+ support to Adjutant GeneralGeoghegan General
Geoghegan Geoghegant G
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t Dont ForgetV Forget
w V A Duvall when you OU want fine wan wallpaper wanpaper
paper 110 W Second South SouthBETTER SouthBETTER
BETTER TIMES FOR DRIVERS DRIVERSChief DRIVERSChief
Chief Lynch Appoints Mounted Police PoliceFor PoliceFor
For LibertyPark Liberty LibertyPark
Park ParkThe ParkThe
The mounted nMHtotfIJ offtrf1S o of the th pollM fo force forcehave e elavc
have lavc been detailed > tI on Sundays and holidays holi holidkS
days to to protect t e drivers on the Lib Librt Ltberty
erty rt park speedway Orders were wlrp i issued issuedlast sued suedlast
last night by Chlf Chief > of Polke William illiam J JIynehto 1 1I
I Iynehto ch to strictly stritI > enforce th the driving or ordinance ordinance
dinance around the th lRrk The offenders oCenderso
of o the city ordinance will be > arrested and andfitted
fitted the maximum penalty penaltDuring penaltyDaring I
During the summer months this has hasbeen
been R source of many complaints and anumber a anumber
number or serious runaways have oc occurred occurred
curred from reckless driving The park J
is generally crowded on Sunday after atfrnoons afternoons
noons and the fast driving ordinance ordinancewill ordinancewill
will also hf enforced
100 100FOUND
FOUND FOUNDBy
By the Paul Hammer Jr Advertising Ad Adert
vertising ert slnt Agency AglncyWe AgencyWe
We collected itWe it itVe
We Ve can collect someror some for you OU It ifyou ItU
you U turn them in When others otherswould otherswould
would quit we we commence We Wec Ve VeI
c oiled He < > t more and adverti advertise se more moretban morethan
than any collection agency in inthe inthe
the wheie belc world If this sounds soundsbi soundsbigstep
I bigstep bi n and think and youll youllagree oulJ oulJagrec
agree wire right Weve e been beenr beengrea
grea r dg n twelve years
A JJers JJersCherry I
Cherr Cherry PectoralDoctors Pectoral PectoralDoctors
Doctors have used it for over oversixty overSixty
sixty years years We are willing willinganxious willinganxious
anxious that you youshould should ask askyourpwn askyour
yourpwn your own doctor about your yourusing Y Yusing our
using it for coughs colds coldsbronchttls coldsbronchitis
bronchitis JC 1 t qerC era eraLowen
Lowell M MKINGFISH bias biasConsidered I
KINGFISH GOMES IN INby
Considered by Many to be Equal to toTroutRefrigerator toTrout
TroutRefrigerator Trout Refri g gfly erator Cars Heav
fly Laden Due TodayKingfish Today TodayKingf
Kingf Kingfish sh had d the call In tIe local localmarkets
m markets < < rkets yesterda yesterday and that tooth toothsome toothsome
some figq froutthe coast round rfad rfadbuyers ready readybuyers
buyers buyers at 1716 17 cents per er pound Thf They TheyWere > Y Yere
Were ere Veauliea > and among authorities autboritiepn authoritieson
on pn sea fQ food d they are conshere consheresuperior considered consideredsuperior
superior to the trout thus far offered offeredon > d don
on the hotel and restaurant tablesThey tables
They were ere plump and dainty and tht thtma they theymay
ma may have the advantage In the mar
kets for the next week or to twoPerch
Perch were also conspicuous in the the10Ctil thelocal
local stalls staUs yesterday semn selling at 15 15cents 1 1cents
cents per pound The oriering offerin g hef hffIHd 1 + d in ina
a a Jar large way ay to relieve the strain on onthe onthe
the other demands and fOr th the re
ina mainder Bider of the sulft91er perch will be befoand
foAnd in n plenty PlentyThe
The fruit and ve veaetabltr etablemarkds markets con continued conthiued
tinued flS they have been for the pa past pastweek f fweek
week the only noticeable change > being bingin
in the intro introduction uttion or Utah currants CUlT8ntsThese currantsThese
These are selling at the pate ate of three threbaskpls threebaskets
baskets for Z5 i cents Tile cantaloupe cantaloupeset 8ntaloupset >
set forth ye yesterday ter a was small in size sizeand sizeand
and riot Quite up to the mark The Thewatermelons Thewatermelons
watermelons were superior to any anythus anythus
thus far presented presentedToday presentedToday
Today there will be a fJe fresh b supply 9f 9fal1 ntall
all the good thin things s that go toward towardmak1ng towardsmaking
making the Sunda Sunday dinner a joy and andfrom andfrom
from morning until night the dealers dealersanticipate
anticipate a raid equal to that which whihismh whichis
ismh is mhde e at t the theb bai ain counters It Itwas
was was said last evening that at least leastthree
three refrigerator cars wilL arrive her hertbis here herethis
this morning laden with the best of ofthe ofthe
the produce of the Pacific coast coa t and andfrom aJ1dfrom
from the east there will be four r rfriger re refrigeratorears >
friger frigeratorears tor Tars filled with the products productsof produCof
of the paqking houses JlousesSalt housesSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co SuppliesDevnd Supplies SuppliesDe
De Devnd 1d Finishing FinishingMain Iain and 3d So SoMUSIC SoMUSIC
MUSIC AND DRAMA DRAMADora DRAMADora
Dora Thorne will be given at the
Grand theatre b1 the Bittnr company
this afternoon and for the last time to tonigbL tonight
night
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THE THEMERCHANTS THESCIENTIFIC
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONSCIENTIFIC
SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS DEBTSFRANCIS DEBTSFRANCIS
FRANCIS G LUKE General Manager Salt Lake City CityTop CityTop
Top Floor Commercial Block Some People Dont Like Us Usanderson Userson
anderson erson Insurance nsurance Agency AgencyHUGH ens ensHUGH
HUGH ANDERSON Pres Est ttshed hed pRR FRANK A K POE Secy
168 Gouth Main St Salt Lake City CityP City CityP
P O BOX977 Box 977 TelePhone19S Telephone 195 195Fire
INSURANCEI
FIre Life and Rccdent RcctdentAetna
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Aetna of Hartford 14949520 14949520Firemans
FIremans Fund or Californi 5202 0Z5S7 0Z5S7Alltanc gi giAlUanc
AlUanc of England 52686133 52686133FlankUn 52686153Franklin
Franklin Fire of Philadelphia 3f98371 3f 9377
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When you bu buy a Weber t > ber or Everett EverettPiano EverettPiano
Piano you ou pay for what you get and aminLthing andnt
nLthing nt thing more When you pay more than thani thanour
our prices i < your money goes to support supportout P
out i of date Jie methods th in8OS in8OSm in8OSCOJ1duct and a name m We Weconduct
conduct a modern Piano business setJint sseIlingat setJintat
at the lowest prices and on f8S easy terms termsCarstensen ter ns nsCarstensen
Carstensen P Anson Co Incorporated IncorporatedTemple IncorporatedTemple
Temple of Music 74 Main street streetTt1C streetThe
The Famon Shoe for Women WomenViNCENTNOTT
VINCENTNOTT SHOE CO
110 MAIN STREET
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Cuba has made it possible P ossible for us to put P Pve ut tencent tobacco into a afivecent
fi fivecent ve cent cigar c ig b bte ar as the du duty on Cuban tobacco was reduced when whenthe whe n
the treaty trea was > signed signedIt sig rl red redIt
It was the new tariff that made this quality q uali tY of cigar ci g gfar ar buyable buyablear
far ar five fiv e cents and that is 15 why wn Y we g gYou gave av e it this name n am e N Ney e r Tariff TariffYou
You cant forget for g guntil et the name nameNewTariff New Tariff But dont w wait ft ftQ1iti1
until you ou forget Vie told you ou that it was a tencent c cigar ar for five fivecentS fivecents
centS Smoke cone one now n a w and Joull s pay a anue T five nue cents for your Y Yci our next nextcigar new t
cigar ci ar instead of ten t n cents
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Stickneys C New Tariff Ciga is S2 pro pronuct uct of all tbemoder tit titthat riodesa processes I Ithat
that can be applied to the prep preparation ation of tobacco for smoking smokingAnd smo hg
And more The processes rocesses of cultivating and curing tobacco are being beingsystematically beirhss g
s systematically Y Ydared stematicall Y develo develop P ed d and Impovement im P rovement in one e way or another is pro proccd
dared ccd every day C process s in the rlpe ripening 1in and blending bl ni g of f thefragrant the thefragrant
fragrant leaf have beer so recc1t1y invented that the New Tariff Cigar Cigaris CIgaIis
is the first rst to embody their results It is a rich even luxurious and andsatlsfying andsatis
satlsfying satis fY irz g smoke 1
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It is s a Sale Alike o Unprecedented l eceel n ed in i Magnitude l lat r u and 1 liberality Lo e a y yPrices
Prices rnarked arked down hrou hroughout hout the tl e e entire tire s store or and crowds cov ds are crowding cr di ag agin
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