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THE Tf SALT LAKE LiRALD HERALD TUESDAY MARCH 13 1906 3
WESTERN PACifiC PACifiCR
j CAN5TGET MEN MENRail
Kailroad R Rail ± d Agents FO Forced to Search S C CI ii iiStates
I States Sta es East East of Rockies for forLaborers forLaborers forLaborers
1
Laborers LaborersGOOD LaborersGOOD LaborersGOOD
GOOD WAGESWILL WAGES WILL BE PAID PAIDV PAIDOROVILOE PAIDOROYILtE PAIDOROV1LE
V
OROVILOE AND OAKLAND ARE AREHEADQUARTERS AREHEADQUARTERS AREHEADQUARTERS
HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERSSan
San Francisco March 12 lThe The West Western Westem Vtern ¬
ern em Pacific Railway which Is now b b1ns bs bslng beIng
1ns built from Salt Lake to San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco is finding difficulty In obtaining obtainingmen obtainlnmen
men in California to do the work and andit andit andIt
it will be necessary to look to the stated statedeast stat stateast statesI
I east of the Rocky Ro ky mountains for a sup supply supply supply ¬
ply of labor The contractors who have haveundertaken haveundertaken haveundertaken
undertaken the qonstruction < < onstruotion of the road roadhave roadhave roadhave
have notified all agents of the Denver DenverRio DemerRio Detiver1Uo
Rio Grande Missouri Pacific Texas TexasPacific TexasPaclfie TexasPacific
Pacific and Wabash railroads that thatletters that1etters thatetters
letters of recommendation from them themwill themwill themwifl
will Insure positions for men presenting presentingthem presentingthem presentingthem
them at construction headquarters at atOroville atOrovUle atOroville
Oroville and Oakland OaklandCarpenters Oaklande OaklandCarpenters
e Carpenters masons millmen drillers drillersand drll1ersand drillersand
and ordinary laborers are required and andas andas andas
as the construction work will continue continuefor continuefor continuefor
for two years ears the men will be assured assuredof
of steady work for that p DQrlod DQrlodOrdinary DqrIodOrdiflary < jrlod jrlodOrdinary
Ordinary laborers will be paid from 2 2to 2to 2to
to 225 a day Carpenters masons and andother andother andother
other skilled laborers will be paid from
230 to 4 a day dayTOURISTS dayTOURISTS dayTOURISTS
TOURISTS VISIT SALT LAKE
Former General Consul in Russia RussiaDr RU5sJaDr RussIaDr
S
Dr J M Crawford In Party PartyA Partyparty
A party of eastern tourists will arrive arrivin arriveill
ill this city from the const this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing The party includes Dr J M Craw Crawford Cr8wford Crawford
ford former American consul general at aiSt atSt atSt
St Petersburg The visitors vlMte rs will spend a sday aday aday
day in seeing th tM city and will ill then pro proceed proreed proceed ¬
ceed on theirjourney their jOlrn Journey toward their th tr homes homesin homesin
in the east They the are traveling in a pri private Prlvate prisate ¬
vate car Panama pan ma under und r the personal personalsupervision personal8upervlion personalsupervision
supervision of S A Hutchlntion Hut hlnlOn man manager man8r manaer ¬
ager of the tourist department p rtment of the tlwt1ilon theInion
t1ilon 1 nion Pacific and Chicago Northwest Northwesttrn
t trn Hnea Ths 1h travelers left Chicago ChicagoFeb Chl ChlFeb ChicagoFeb
Feb 7 i going from that city lty directly to to11c toti
11c 1 ti h c cet5 98t t Since that date the men members menbers menbern ¬
bers of the th party have visited nearly nearlyovory nearlypry nearlyvpry
ovory pry city and resort in California From Fromthis Fromt1tis Fromthis
this city the th trip will be resumed to Colo Colombo Cololtlo Cob Cobtulo ¬
mbo ltlo Springs Dener and Chicago From Fromthat Fromthat Fromthat
that point the travelers will go to their theirrespective theirnspectlve their1t
respective 1t homes homesThe hornetsThe homesThe
The party includes Dr J M L Craw Crawford Crawford Crawfnrd ¬
ford Wife and daughter Gwendolyn of ofCincinnati otinfnnati ofIneinnati
Cincinnati 0 Mr r and Mrs William WilliamLiidsay WilliamLiidsay YimamIiJdsa
Liidsay IiJdsa of Milwaukee > WIs Mr md nd ndMrs ndMrs
Mrs 118 T I B Llndsa Llnd s of Minneapolis Minn MinnMr MinnMr lInn lInnIr
Mr Ir and Mr C H M 1 Aikens and War WarT Warer VarJfOr
T JfOr er Lewis wle Aikens of Ohio Mr and Mr MrT MNJohn MrsJohn
John HeIst of Chicago M1s 1 L B 1tur 1turT MurTqy
T Tqy y of Logansport Ind Mrs B 1 ft 1 Horn Hornof Hornr
of Sr r Chicago Mrs Arnold and daughter daughterof c1Au ltter ltterIf
of If West est Baden Ind Mrs D S Cros Crosffte CrosHte Crosite
ffte of Consiantine COn8 a1tinf Mich MI h Mrs IrS T JOBrien TO TOBrien
OBrien O Brien of Minneapolis Minn Miss Cora CoraTUndali CoraI CoreThiidali
TUndali I ndall of Eai Ea I Claire WIs Mr and andMrs andrr8 andMrs
Mrs rr8 Hutchinson and daughter r Marga MargaT
T t of Chicago Chlc o and L 1 H Peerman of ofLos ofLos ofLos
Los Angeles AngelesSUPPLIES An les lesSUPPLIES S
SUPPLIES ARE ARRIVING ARRIVINGWestern ARRIVINGWestern ARRIVINGWestern
Western Pacific Distributing Mate Material Material Matenat ¬
rial to Points In Nevada NevadaSevcn Nevadaeen NevadaSeven
Seven een carloads carlo ds of material l and sup supplies SupTIlles supr ¬
r plies have b been en received by the Weat Weatrn Weath
h I rn Pacific company at Vinnemueca WinnemuccaXev VinnemuecaT
T i Nov Ne At Palide thiee carloads carlo ds of ofhousehold of11ousehold ofp
p household goods and nd wagons billed to tothe tothe tothe
the Western Pacific have been be n re received reelved reelved ¬
elved Large tents complete with flies fliesand ftiesand fliesand
and floors are arriving at Winnemucca WinnemuccaThese WinnemuccaThese WinnemuccaThese
These tents will be used us d by engineers engineerswho englne engineerswho rs rswho
who will put the grade do stakes st kes in place placeand placeand placeand
and complete all final surveys through throughthat throughthat throughthat
that district The household goods and andwagons andwagons andwagons
wagons will be used by graders and andhaulers andbaUler andhaulers
haulers > > who will be set to work in the thenear the11car thenear
near future Over twentyfive house housetrnts housetfnts housetcnts
trnts have been received in all Ten T n of oftheee ofth ofthere
theee th e will be k kept pt at Winnemucca and anda
a dozen do en or o more have been sent to Car Carlin Carn CarThe Carun
lin n
linThese
These The preparations for the com comWithout comPiles cornPilesCured
Piles PilesCured PilesCuredWithout Cured CuredWithout
Without Knife or Instrument InstrumentSample InstrumentSample InstrumentSample
Sample Package Free So That We WeCan WeCan WeCan
Can Prove It to You YouEvery YouEvor YouI
I Every morning for over 30 O years I Inever JI1ever Tnever
never went to the toilet without fear fe r and andtrembling andtrembling nd ndtrembling
trembling and I never nt > er left it without
having suffered agonizing tortures torturesMany torturesMany
Many days I did rot dare go at all so somuch somU somrnIi
much mU < h did I dread th the terrible ordeal
These arc ar tip t l crict ad words of a sufferer
from pil pUOs s and wr h hear ar the sam thing
almost every da Tt Voice olce the senti sentiments sanUments sontimeats ¬
ments of hundreds h ndrPdl of If thousand tho anda of oth others othem th thers ¬
ers em In this thl country countr today too8 for it It i Cli Climated esUmated astImated ¬
mated that of every en ry ten persons w we e most
In church the street or the theater theatorseven thcatorSf theaterseven
seven Sf > en are affected with piles
Martyrs and n HH seedless dl M martyrs too
for since the tli discovery dl eover of the marvelous
Pyramid Pile cure no one noed sutfar sutfarone sUUIrone saLf1one
one moment longer There is now n6 n6excuse n nxcuse nexcuse
excuse for having piles pI 6 and if you con ¬
tinue to suffer from them you OU do not
deserve a particle of sympathy s consid considering considring considering ¬
ering the th chance we give you ou to prove It Itcost 1
to your o own n satl satisfaction fKctlon wholly free of ofost ofcost
cost ost to you youHere youHere ou ouHere
Here is a typical case Mr Benjamin
Shaw Postmaster of Bland New Ne Mexico Mexicofor
He had suffered from aggravated lilIes 1les
for years ears and was upon the eve > of a aserious aserIous aserious
serious surgical operation believing that
he had reached the limit and that the themeans themeans themeans
means of relief and cure Let us quote
His own words ord8 in his hi letter of Got SL II i
1905 L 5 I was irt great agony of mind and i
body In the meantime a gentleman told toldme toldme toldnie
me of the virtue of your Qur pyramid rem remedy remeds remedy ¬
edy I fortunately found it at a drug
store and by the next morning I did not
feel that an operation o ratlon was necessary necessaryand neeessaI neeessaIand necesSaryand
and In three days I was able to return
home and a complete core was accom accomplished accomplished accomplished ¬
plished to my th great satisfaction and the thftsurprise th thsurprise thesurprise
surprise of the physician physicianSend physiciKnSend physicianSend
Send today to the Pyramid Drug Dru DruCompan
I Company ISlS IS PyramId Building Mar Marshall Marhall ¬
I shall Mich 1 IIeh and get a sample package packageby pack g
by return mail and then go to your OUr drug driigJ drugst
1 L gist st and get t a box the prIce or which ig igW jglit
W lit J cts and get well without pain trouble troubleor I Icr
cr cutting cuttin I
mncemenfof merte mentof actual work through Ne Nevada Nevada Nevada ¬
vada on the Western Pacifics Paclfl fs line are aretaken aretaken aretaken
taken to mean that It will be but a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days before dirt is flying along the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western PacIfiers line through Nevada NevadaLIMITED NevadaLIMITED NevadaLIMITED
LIMITED IS DELAYED DELAYEDCar
Car Leaves Rails R ils at Crossing Near NearNinth NearNinth NearNinth
Ninth South Street StreetA
A car leaving the rails on a crossin crossinnear crossing crossingnear crossingnear
near Ninth South street delayed the thearrival theartlvaJ thearrival
arrival of the ChicagoLos Angeles lim limited limIted limited ¬
ited in the Oregon Short Line depot depotan
an hour yesterday afternoon The lim limited lImlted limited ¬
ited is scheduled to reach the local de depot depot depot ¬
pot at 525 p m but it was nearly 630 630p
p m before the train put in an ap appearance appearance appearanee ¬
pearance The Garfield work train fol following following following ¬
lowing the limited was also held an anhour anhour anhour
hour Many of the workmen on the thelatter thelatter theplatter
latter train came up town from Ninth NinthSouth NinthSouth NinthSouth
South street on street cats The dining diningoar diningcarr
oar of the limited was brought into the thedepot thedopot thedepot
depot ahead of the train trainAFTER trainAFTER trainAFTER
AFTER CONFERENCE BUSINESS BUSINESSSanpete BUSINESSSanpete BUSINESSSanpete
Sanpete Valley Railroad Puts on onThrough onThrough onThrough
Through Trains TrainsThe TrainsThe TrainsThe
The Sanpete Valley ailroad will nm nmspecials nmspeciaIs runspecials
specials during th the coming conferenot conferenotseason conf renoe renoeson renntseason
season son to make connections with the Salt SaltLake SAltLak1 SaltLake
Lake Route trains arriving in Salt Lake Lakeat
at 120 p m A fight has been started startedover startedoer startedover
over the th quick schedule Instituted In the thevalley thealle thera1iey
valley alle last year ear which covers ext et exnrese exnreseand res resand restl restland
and perishable freight loaded at Mantl Mantlnt
nt 730 a m and delivered In Salt Lake Lakein Lakein Lakein
in the afternoon afternoonGeneral afternoonG afternoonGmeral
General G nerft1 Agent Horning was making up uphis uphis uphis
his schedule yesterday aiming at com competitive competitive cornpetitlve ¬
petitive action and a lively tug of oCwnr oCwnrtor war wartor warbr
tor the business in that territory is an anticipated anUcJpoted antielpated ¬
ticipated
Railroad Notes NotesS
S C I Rhoades traveling traveJln passenger passengergant passpn passengeregost er er8gQJ1t
gant of th the St Paul at Denver was wasin wasIn wasin
in S Slt It Lake yesterday yesterdayH yestard y yH
H T Dwyer D Gr superintendent of tele telegraph tQhgraph tehegraph ¬
graph of the th Salt Lake Route was a arailroad Qrailroad arailroad
railroad visitor in Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayA ostordayA
A Nason Russell excursion passed passedthrough pns passedthrough etl etlthrough
through Salt Lake yesterday est rda en route routeto rout routto
to the oast Thers were about thirty thlrt
tourists In the party partyThe partrho partyThe
The mining excursion to Eureka Eur ka Sun Sunday Sunday ¬
day d over the Rio Grande took 306 06 peo people people ¬
ple to that camp The trip was made madevnfler matteutHIer madeun4er
vnfler the supervision of Harry Cuph CuphIng CUflhIng CwhIng
Ing
General Agent Phil P Hitchcock of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Wabash ab sh at Denver was in town yes yestardav yestorday S Sterdft
tardav Every tim time Phil drops in lo loRallroad hooal
0111 button vendors do big business nlong nlongRaIJroad niongRailroad
Railroad Row RowThrough Ro RoThrough RowThrough
Through trains from the Ut east were werethrown w werethrown r rthrown
thrown behind time yesterday by the thesnowstorms thesnowstorm thesnOwstorms
snowstorms raging r ging In Wyoming A foot footof footof footof
of snow covered the tracks been be Oma Omaha OmaIt Oniuha ¬
ha It Neb and Evanston yesterday yesterdayGeneral yesterdayGeneral esterdH1General
General Agent C A Walker of the theChicago theChl theChicago
Chicago Chl ago Northwestern Northw tern is I on a weeks wteksget weksg weeksget
get g t acquainted trio to Ely Tonopnh Tonopnhand Tonopehand 1onolMthand
and other points in Nevada This terri territory territory terntory ¬
tory was w s added to Mr lr Walkers division divisionrecently divisionrec divisionrecently
recently recentlyT rec ntly ntlyr
r H Benton of St Louis brother of ofColonel orColonel ofColonel
Colonel I A Benton of the Rio Grandcs Grandcsdaughter Grandcsrger Grandcspaseerger
paseerger rger department in this city was in inSnJt innt
SnJt nt Lake yesterday tn route to Los Aneits An Anetes
etes where he will meet his wife and andaaUtMer anddaughter
daughter daughterA
A persistent but unconfirmed rumor has hasit basit hasit
it that the Rocky Mountain Btll Tele Telephone Tclehope Telephore ¬
phone hope company is trying to make ar arrangements Ilrra srrangeslents ¬
rangements ra em nt5 with 1th the tit Salt Lake Route Routeto Routeto
to string wires from rom this city to Los LosAngeles LpgAngeles Ln LnAngeles
Angeles over the railroad ccmpanys companyspoles ccmpanyspoles ccmpanyspoles
poles Local officials of both companies companiessay cOl1paniessa
say sa the matter Is merely morel a matter of oftalk oftalk oftalk
talk talkS
REAL ESTATE ESTATETRANSFERS ESTATETRANSFERSMary TRANSFERS TRANSFERSMary
S
Mary Ann Brown et t al 1 to Charles CharlesLee ChArlesLe CharlesLee
Lee Le part lot 4 block 7S 7 7L plat C CS 1600 1600Thomas 1800Thomas 100Thomas
Thomas F Honells to Western Pa P Pnc Prifle i irHflc
rifle nc Railway R llw company part p rt lot ii iiblock s sblock i iblock
block 40 plat C CLilile 1SW 1SWLlllie 1 1LUlie
Llllie Poll I to Warren Leiclisenrinc Leiclisenrinclots Leichsenrlntt31t
lots lot < fl etc e block 15 Capitol Hfll Hflladdition HflIaddition
addition tt31t n ne nJohn 1 1John iJohn
John Mlllen to Lottie ttie A Ladd part partlot partlot I Ilot
lot t block 16 plat Iet A AAnha a76tt a76ttAnna 7i1I 7i1IAnlft
Anna S Helm to E Jarman John Johnson JohnBon John50fl ¬
son land section 11 township 1 1south 1south 1south
south range 2 west 1 1James 1Tames 1 1James
James H Russell to Sarah SArahGres A AGraves AOrnves
Graves land s f set1on tion 6 township townshipsouth
2 south range nm 8 1 east 1 1Rhoda 1Rhoda IRitoda
Rhoda Ellen Russell Graves et al alto alto alto
to Sarah A Graves > s land section seeUonG
G township 3 south range 1 east 1 1Charles 1Charles 1Charles
Charles Longsvm to toZettah Zellah Long Longson LOIISI8On Longson
son lots 14 etc block 7 5acp 5acpplat 5acrp 5acrpplat 5acrpiatC
plat piatC piatCLena C CLena CLena
Lena Wood to Charles N Nelson Nelsonlot Neimlot Nelsonlot
lot 25 block 4 t East Waterloo 10 10L 10L 10L
L W Snow to G F Buschmalin Buschmalinlot
lot 10 block 1 Snows Sno s subdivision 200 300Ann 200Ann 200Ann
Ann Bliz Coombs to Samuel Rle Rlebn RI RIben Riehen
bn part lot 4 block blo k 16 plat F 1 1Sarah 1Serah 1Sarah
Sarah Dangerfield Dan rfleld to Ralph Riftben Riftbenlot Ri9benot Itiebenlot
lot ot 4 block 16 pUt p1 tt F FKaren SIR SIRKaren EH5Karen
Karen Jullanson to RrJell Itnl ltr e1I lI C Jell Jensn JellfJn JonSen
sn part lot 7 block 44 < < 16acre 16acreplat JeAcreplat 10acreplatA
plat platA platAWilma A 1 1Wtlma 1Wl1ma
Wilma Stern to Edward E ward Popper Popperpart Popperrt Popperpert
part rt lot 3 block 81 1 plat A AWilliam 25MI 25MIWilliam fOa fOalIltun
William lIltun R R Wilson Vil n to Edward B BWicks BWicks BVicks
Wicks lots 1 and 2 block 6 Pop Poplar PoplAt Popbar ¬
lAt Grove GroveJohanna w wJohanna iij iijJohanna
Johanna Frlta Christenscn to BXlen BXlenJ ben UenT benJ
J T Mann lot 1 block 18 5acrc 5acrcplat 5acrcmT 5acreptA
AViHiam plat mT ptA ptAW9hIiam A Story Sl t to Oscar S 3r Engdahl Engdahllots Engdahllots i d ili 3100 3100AViHiam 3100lots
lots 1 and 1 block 50 0 plat B 7S75 7S75L 7mL 76L
L W Snow Sno to Archer Mwade lots lotsM Jotsetc
M 1 etc Snow Snowsubdhlsion subdivision subdivisionne 210 210ne 210ne
ne McCallahan IcC Jltthfln to William Wat Watrous Watroes rltt rlttrous
rous part p rt lot 7 block bl k 20 0 pInt B BBethel 2530 2530Bocieti 2 2Bodn
Bethel C Jensen to Frederick Doo DooKerd Dooerd Doeerd
Kerd erd lots 3S etc block bl k 11 Forest ForestDal ForestDale ForestDale
Dale DaleLhia LWH LWHLikila lt II IILMUa
Likila Y Merrill to Josiah Barnett Barnettnltiam Barnett1rt Barnettiart
1rt lot 2 block ro plat A 11 11IUiam 1LiN 1LiNtlliIam
nltiam T Earls to Frank Kutsch Kutschke Kut 1T 1Tke
ke land section lion 25 township 2 2south 2south 2south
south range 1 east eastCARLIST 26 26CARL1ST lmD lmDCAR
CARL1ST CAR IST MOVEMENT MOVEMENTMadrid MOV MOVEMENTMadrid M ENT ENTMadrid
Madrid IVJarcn 12 I2An An incipient incipientCarlist InciplgntCarUst IncipientCarlist
Carlist movement is reported to have havebroken havebroken havebroken
broken out in Catalonia The authori authorities 8uthorlties authorlties ¬
ties have taken steps to suppress the theoutbreak th thoutbreak theoutbreak
outbreak
TO ATTACK TH THJUVENILE THE THEJUIENILE
JUVENILE COURT COURTMen
Men Sent to Jail by Judge JudgeBrown JudgeBrownApply Bro BroApply own ownS
S Apply for Writs of Habeas HabeasCorpus HabeasCorpus EabeasCorpus
Corpus CorpusSAY CorpusSAY CorpusSAY S
I
SAY HE HAS NO POWER POWERONE
ONE MAY BE CHARGED WITH WITHMORE WITHMORE WITHMORE
MORE SERIOUS OFFENSE OFFENSEThe
0
The jurisdiction of the juvenire court courtand courtand courtand
and prob probably bl7 its right to existence will willbe wmbe willbe
be tested In two habeas corpus actions actionswhich actionswbich actionswhich
which were flied in the district court courtyesterday courtYe5terday courtyesterday
yesterday Arguments in the cases will willbo willbe willbe
be hoard before Judge Lewis at 730 730oclock 730oclock 730oclock
oclock this evening
The he applicants for fo the writs of habeas habeascorpus habeascorpu habeascorpus
corpus are Al Miller recently floor man manager maner manager ¬
ager er at the Utalma Park dancing pa pavilion pavilion pavihon ¬
vilion and Carl Baughman a friend
Both were recently committed to the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county jail by b Judg Jud Willis Brown of the
Juvenile court after they had conferred conr c d
to acts which contributed d to the de delinquency delinquency dolinquency ¬
linquency of a 17yearold girl Both Bothare Bothare Bothare
are grown men menIn menIn menIn
In their applications upp1i at1ons for writs of ha habeas habeas habess ¬
beas corpus both men assert that Judge JudgeBrown JUdgeBrown JudgeBrown
Brown was without jurisdiction to pun punish puttish pullish ¬
ish them It is said however that in inthe Intbe Inthe
the argument their attorney will con contend contend on ontend ¬
tend that the lack of Jurisdiction arises arisesfrom arisesfrom arisesfrom
from the unconstitutionally of the law lawcreating1 lawcreating lawcreatIng
creating the juvenile court Judge Hew Hcwell Hewell lIcwall
ell of the Second S Cond district court has up ¬
held tho constitutionality of the juvenile juvenilecourt juvcnUecourt juvenilecourt
court act but the question has never neverbeen ntverbcan neverbeen
been passed upon by the th state 5t8 te supreme supremecourt ruprcrreeourt suprcnecourt
court and it may go there whichever whicheverway whlch er erway
way Judge Lewis decides it itIn itIn itIn
In the event Miller is dischargtd dlscharit d a amuch amuch amuCh
much more serious charge may be filed filedagainst filMa fliedagainst
against a tlinst him In th district court based basedon btlsudon banishon
on his confession conf sslon to Judgo Brown In Infact Inct Infct
fact ct the more serious charge may be befiled bef1tod beflIed
filed against him regardless of his son sentence scntenc sontence ¬
tence by Judge Brown He received six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months and Baugliman thirty days In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the county jail The girl in the case casewag casewas casevas
wag sent ent to the th state Industrial school schoolat s hoQl hoQlat
at Ogden OgdenERNEST OgdenERNES OgdenERNEST
ERNEST BROWN IS SUED SUEDHis SUEDHis SUEDHis
His Wife Asks That He Be Com Compelled Comp ¬
pelled p lled to Support Her HerBrn Hermrh Herl0rn
Brn < t Brown was sued for s separate sepRNltortlntnance separatenainteance pnrato pnratorrRlnteruuice
rrRlnteruuice by his wife Carlotta M MBrown 11Brown I I3rown
Brown yesterday ve terday In her complaint Mrs MrsBrown MrsBrOWl MrsErowp
Brown charges c 1ar e that her husband recently recentlyrefused tfccutlyrerusld recentlyrefused
refused to hrve h hrv v an operation performed performedupon perCormedtlpon performedupon
upon her although althou h advised advIs d by h the fain family fainily ¬
ily physician pb siclan that it was necessary that thatlie thath thatlie
lie h has told her that ho no longer loves lovesher lovesbel lovesher
her that th t he neclects n l ts her and that he hespends hespends e eends
spends ends most of his time in bowling al alleys allevs ¬
levs and other places of amusement amusementMrs amusementI amusementMrs
Mrs I Brown alleges that her husband husbandis
is seeking to dispose of 2800 shares of ofstock ortock oftsek
stock which he owns in the VincentNott VincentNottShoe
Shoe 8h e company and that he intends to tol toleave
l leave ave e the state tatf if ho does dispose of it itShe ItShe it itShe
She demands 40 a month alimony and andpsks and5ks andssks
psks 5ks that her husband hUEllb nd be restrained from fromdisposing lromdisposing fromdisposing
disposing of th the slock until her case can canbe oonbe canbe
be heard he r The couple were married in inS InSalt inSalt
S Salt lt Lake June S 1887 89 17 They have one onechild on onchild onechild
child childA
A temporary restraining order was is issued issued Issued ¬
sued as prayed pra for by b the wife and andmade andJIhHIe andide
made returnable before Judge Morse MorseMarch MorSeIarch MorseMarch
March 12 1 at B oclock p m mCourt mCourt inV
V Court Notes NotesJudge NotesJ1Id NotesJedge
Judge J1Id Armstrong Ar tro is in Summit county countyhok1ln countyholding i iholding
holding hok1ln court und nd Judge Ritchie is in inTooele inTO InTQobe
Tooele TO le county for the same purpose purposeGaorgtf purpn purpnGeorS purposeGeorge
George Tucker who alleges that he hewas hewas liewas
was struck by b an engine in the yards yardsof nls nlsor
of th the Colorado Southern Railway com company comNLny cornpany ¬
pany Feb 11 1995 l5t began suit against againstthe ngainstthe againstthe
the company tomp n yesterday ye terday for 10000 l0 dam damagpa damal5P damag
agpa ag e H He was employed in the yards ar s at atthe IIImea attile
the time timeMatt time1Ia1t timeMatt
Matt Martinson began suit against the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Consolidated Mining company yes yesterday yesterday es estetda ¬
terday tetda for for1iOOO 15009 damages d mag S for alleged per peronal peral pert4nal
onal al Injuries He was a tlmbormim in inthe inthe Inthe
the employ of the iompany and alleges allegesthat allegesthat tIlcgesthat
that he was a permanently injured Injur 1 by fall fallIng fallIng fallhig
Ing rock Aug 14 last lastSHOSHONE lastv lastSHOSHOr lastSHOSHONE
v
SHOSHONE E OPENING OPENINGWILL OPENINGWILL OPENINGWILL
WILL BE POSTPONED POSTPONEDSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington March 12 12Chairman 12ChairmanIAeev 19ChairmanLeeey Chairman ChairmanLMey
LMey of the house public lands com committee committ cornmittee ¬
mittee mitt e today Introduced a joint rosolu resolution rosolutlon rosolution ¬
tion which was submitted by the sec secretary secretan seeretary ¬
retary of the interior to postpone the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the Shoshone reservation reservationuntil reservationuntil reservationuntil
until Aug 15 Lacey expects his com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee to report favorably upon the theresolution theresolutIon theresolution
resolution Wednesday and that it will willbe willbe willbe
be passed past d by the house immediately immediatelythereafter hnmediatelythereafter immediatelythereafter
thereafter thereafterLand thereafterLand thereafterLand
Land Commissioner W A Richards Richardswas Richardsw
was w in the Baltimore Ohio wreck wreckyosterday wreclyootordK wreckyesterday
yesterday in which several wore Wore killed killedand kiJIedand killedand
and nineteen persons Injured Richards RichardsWRS
wes 1t5 en route to Chicago and was un uninjured unihjUred uninjured ¬
injured
fA A BREAD WINNER WINNERA
A lot purchased in Smelter City the thenexv thenew thenew
new addition at Garfield Is bound to todouble todoub todouble
double doub e your money in sixty days daysPrices dasPrices daysPnl
Prices Pnl es of lots SiO 80 to 125 125SMELTER 125SMELTER 125SMELTER
SMELTER CITY TOWNSITE CO COSelling COSelling COSelling
Selling Agents Ag rtts rttsJOt
JOt D F Walker Walk r Bldg BldgrBell BldgBell BldgBell
Bell phone 116 5
L I THE MARCH LIONS DILEMMA I
He Doesnt Know Whether to Let the Lamb Into the State or Not NotMartin NotMartin NotMartin
Martin W Roylance Ro lance who drew the accompanying accompan Ing cartoon is the sixteen sixteenyearold sixteenyearold sixteenyearold
yearold son of former Mayor William M Roylance He was born in Spring
vllle me and has been living in inProvo Provo for the past six years since his father fathermoved fathermoed fatherinoved
moved here He completed the eighth grade course of study In the district districtschools distrIct9ChOOls diStrictschools
schools last year and Is now a student in the B Y U high school He de ¬
lights in drawing and has devoted some time to it for two or three years yearsas yearsas yearsas
as a pastime but has had no Instruction Instruct on except that given giv n in drawing in inthe inthe Inthe
the district distrIct schools scUo ls Young Roylance Q is an au energetic young fellow fdnd l hd of ofathletic otathletic ofathletic
athletic sports and is a good g a student
NEW NEWPOTATOES NEWPOTATOESAREOFFERED POTATOES POTATOESARE
ARE AREOFFERED AREOFFEREDCalifornia OFFERED OFFEREDCalifornia
California Also Sends SendsSup Supply ly of Cab Cabbage Cabag Cabliage ¬
bage liage ag and d Cauli Cauliflower Can1iflower Cauliflower ¬
flower flowerCHICKENS flowerCHICKENS flowerCHICKENS
CHICKENS ARE SCARCE SGARCrUTAH SCARCEUTAH SCARCEUTAH
UTAH EGGS EGQS NOW SUPPLYING SUPPLYINGTHE SUPPtVINGTHE SUPPLYINGS
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THE LOCAL DEMAND DEMANDCalifornia DEMANDCalifornia DEMANDCailforufa
California new potatoes were offered offeredyosterday offoredyosterdnJ offeredhrosterday
yosterday on the local markets The price pricewas pricewas pricewas
was quoted at 10 cents por pound but In Inspite inspite Inspite
spite of this the supply was W S sold out It Itwas ItWIS Itwas
was the biggest treat offered by the deal dealers dealers dealera ¬
ers and it Is safe to say that now pota potatoes potatoes pOtstoes ¬
toes and cream gravy avy will be a delicacy dellcacvtoday
today for dinner The supply Is limited
but within the next few days the market marketwill marketwltl marketwill
will be loaded and the price rlce will drop
Besides potatoes California supplied the themarket themarket themarket
market with a fresh lot of cabbage caul cauliflower caulIflower RulIflower ¬
iflower and lettuce which found ready readysales readysaJes readysales
sales salesChickens saJesChickens salesChickens
Chickens were W re scarce yesterday and it
Is probable that the price will be ad advanced advr1ed advanced ¬
vanced if the market Is not relieved in a
day or two Hens were quoted at 18 and
10 cents per pound and springs sold for
19 and 20 0 cents per pound A few tame tameducks tameducks tameducks
ducks were to be had at 20 cents per perpound perpound perpound
pound Utah fresh eggs are now supply SllpplIng
Ing th the market m8rk t and but eastern storage storageeggs storageeggs storageeggs
eggs are in stock The market stiffened stiffenedyesterday stiffenedyesterday sUffonedyesterday
yesterday In wholesale prices but the pre prevailing prevailing provalling ¬
vailing price was 500 per case Eggs are areretailing areretailing areretailing
retailing for 30 cents per dozen dozenHay dozenHo dozenHay
Hay Ho Grain and Flour FIOurAlfalta Alfalfa 70c per percwt percwt percwt
cwt timothy baled 85c per cwt wheat wheatper wheatper wheatper
per cwt 160 corn per cwt 130 com comcracked comcracled corncracked
cracked 140 140b oats per cwt J1SO 1SO oats oatsrolled oa oarolled oatsrolled
rolled 195 barley arley rolled 160 BakerH BakerHNo BaklrsNo BakorsNo
No 1 flour 200 OO straight stral ht grade 220 220high 2 2hiSt 20hich
high patent 240 rye 2 200 9 gralmm Tahllm flour flourshorts
200 cornmeal 200 00 bran t10 bran an anshorts and andshorts
shorts 110 110Meats 110MeatsPrime 110MeatsPrlme
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20c pork 12 to ITe mutton chops 12V 12Vto 1 1to l21to
to The lambs 16 I to 20CT 2Od veal IS to 20c 20cpork 20cpork 00 00pork
pork loins 13c 13cPoultry IdePoul iScPoultryDressed
Poultry Poul PoultryDressed Dreseed Dr S8cd hens h ns 19c springs springs20o
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keys 2c 26cj geese 23c c squabs 23c 23cFish 23cFlsh 23eFishSalmon
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ibut 15c striped bass 25c codfish The IBcshad 1 Theshad c cshad
shad 15c whitefish 20c c sturgeon I7c I7ccatfish l lcatfish l7ccatfish
catfish lie barracuda 17c flounders flounders15c
lie rock cod 12 12yc c soles lc crabs 25 to to85c to35c
85c 3 c each sea bass 15c kingfish The New NewYork N NowYork w wYork
York counts 25c 2 c per dozen blue points points30c polnt30c poInts30c
30c per dozen oysters 50 0 to 80c per can canlobsters canlobsters canlobsters
lobsters 20c per pound shrimps 20c c per porquart perquart perquart
quart fresh mackerel The red snapper snapper20c snapperOe snapper20c
20c Oe trout private ponds I5c each eachFruits eochFruit eucliFruitaLemons
Fruits FruitaLemons Lomons per dozen do en 25 5 to tooranges 3k 3koranges 3koranges
oranges 20 2 to 40c 41 bananas 20 to 25c prr prrdozen prrdozn prrdozen
dozen pressed figs 10 to 15c per package packagegrape packagrgrape packagegrape
grape fruit 40 to We pineapples sOc each eachcccoanuts eachcccoanuls eachcccoanuts
cccoanuts lOc apples tlCO 200 per jer box boxVegetables boxVegetablesNew boxVegetablesNew
Vegetables VegetablesNew New potatoes IDe per perpound prpound perpound
pound California cabbage 5c per pound poundcauliflower Poulidcauliflower OUhd OUhdcauliflower
cauliflower lOc per head celery lery 5e C p pr prbunch IJrhunch r rbunch
bunch lettuce 6 to lOc per bunch arM arMchpkes artchpltcs artichpkcs
chpkes lc each parsnips 5c per bunch bunchcucumbers bUnthcucumbers bunchcucumbers
cucumbers 20c Oc each dry onions 5c ptr porpound ptrpoundi ptrpound
pound turnips 30c par peck spinach in inper 111per Inper
per pound beets 5c per p r pound aspara asparagus asparagUB asparagus ¬
gus 25c per poundDairy pound poundDairy S SDairy
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per er pound dairy butter butt 1 2ic per pound poundwiss poundSwiss poundSwiss
Swiss wiss cheese ch 40c por pound limburg hImburrzhecese II IIhteesc v veheeese
eheeese 9c 0c per pound cream brick brickcheese brIckch brickcheese
cheese ch 25c ± Sc c Edam cheese 125 12 L23caeh > each Utah Utahfrc 1tahfrt rtahfrcah
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Wholesale Market MarketThe MarketThe MarketThe
The wholesale market has been steady steadyfor steadyfor steadyfor
for the past week and few changes have havebeon haveblon haveboon
boon made Th The market 19ket on flour Ta In strong strongand strongand trogand
and no changes in Inthe he quotations are an anticipated al1ticipated au auUcipated ¬
ticipated Considerable wheat is on the themarket themBrkot themarket
market but the tn price is firm and tin tindealers th thdealers thdealers
dealers are able to dispose of it as fast fastas fastas I Ias
as it is shipped to the market marketThe marketThQ marketThe
The produce market mark t is in good shape shapeChickens shafJPChickeps shapeChicketis
Chickens have been rather scarce but the thequotations thequotations I Iquotations
quotations have not been affected a fected The Themarket Th Thmarket Themarket
market stiffened on eggs yesterday esterda and andthe andthe I Ithe
the price moved from n 5 to 586 it The Theprice rheprice rueprice
price dropped back l ck again however to toper 5 5per j jper
per case caseHay ctlS ctlSHay cItheHay
Hay Grain and Flour l lourAIratra Alfalfa 1300 1300timothy 1300Urtlotht 1300timothy
timothy Urtlotht per ton baled 1600 wheat per percwt pc percwt > r rcwt
cwt 130 corn per cwt 126 corn corncracked corncrack corncracked
cracked crack d 130 oats 170 rolled oats 18 18bftrly lKbttrlfy lgbhrloy
bftrly rolled 1W Bakers No 1 flour
170 straight grade 190 high paten
210 10 rye 2SQ i4J 0 graham flour 130 OO con conmeal cornmeal conmeal
meal 5200 200 bran sic ic bran and shorts shortsSiOO shortsSi00
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pound ge geese se 30c squabs tic ticMeats Ie IelIeatsDressed c cMeatsDressed
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S610 6 dressed veal per pound 9c 9 ½ c dress dresshogs dr dresshogs p phogs
hogs 9c live p per r cwt 485 pork Ork loin loinlie lom11c boinlie
lie mutton 9c per pound ound lambs lOc 10 p IW IWpound pt ptpound r rpound
pound poundFish poundFishS
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but 13c striped bass 17c soles 12Vc 12 c red redrock re rerock rcdrock
rock cod 13c flounders I2 12c i ½ c sturgeon sturgeon15c sturgeo15c
15c fresh mackerel The California Californiasmelts Callfornilsm Californhtsmelts
smelts sm lts lie western codfish lao J pom pomdozen pompano pornpano
pano 18c pike 2Oa black bass 24c brook brooktrout brooktrout
trout 12c each shad 13c crabs 3 1 p per perdozen < r rdozen
dozen lobsters 17c kingfish 15c red redsnappers r rsnappers redsnappers
snappers The 15cbananas TheFntittsLemous I
FroILaLemoM pqr box a50 50 to tOO tOObananas 1 00 00bananaS
bananas per Pviper er bl1U hunli l1 s25o > 260 to 100 oranges orangespet orangesper
per boic b C 250 ro to 160 160dates bO apples 1i 173 to tJOO tJOOdates 100 100dates
dates 9c iC per pound cocoanuts per sack
5700 700 700Vegetable 700VegetablesGreefl Vegetables VegetablesGreefl > sGrecn Green onions M 30c per perdoaen pt perdozen > r rdozen
dozen cauliflower per pound 4c Utah Utahdry Utahdry Gtahdry
dry onions per cwt 200 OO garlic 20c eel cclen eelerv j jerv
erv per dozen 100 new potatoes latocs Sc Sccauliflower SccauUnower Sccauliflower
cauliflower 260 2 O per cwt cucumbers cucumbersSI
SI 175 75 per dozen rhubarb lOc lOci artichokes artichokesOOc artlc okes okes00c
OOc per dozen California w lettuce Joc per perdozen perdozen
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Dairy Da ry Products Pr ductsCreamer Creamery butter 2e 2edairy 3icdairy 2cdaire
dairy butter 20c Oc cheeso per pound ISc IScSwellzer lScSweitzer ISeSweitser
Swellzer cheese ISc limberger oheese oheeseISc oheesetSc olieeseiSe
ISc cream brick cheese 18c Utah Ut b fresh freshQKgs Cr 5h 5hli
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CONVICT KILLED KILLEDCheyenne KILLEDCheyenne KILLEDCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo W o March 12 12Logan 12LoganBtilssard 12LoganBilssard Logan LoganBltesard
Bltesard a fugitive convict convi t was shot shotand shotand shotand
and killed today by Sheriff John Owen Owenof Owel1of Oweurof
of Newcastle N wcastIe Wyo one mile mUesouth south of ofKimball ofKlmbal1 ofKimball
Kimball Neb when resisting capture captureBlissard capturBlissard captureBlissard <
Blissard who was 19 years enrs old was waswounded waswounded waswounded
wounded several weeks ago while cn cndeavorlng endeavoring
deavoring to toes escape ape with stolen horses horsesHe horsesHe J JHe
He escaped sca cd froril front the deputies when be being beIng being ¬
ing taken to the penitentiary penitentiaryDRASTIC penitentiaryDRASTIC penitentiaryDRASTIC
DRASTIC MEASURES TAKEN TAKENVladivostok TAKENYladl TAKENVladivostok
Vladivostok Yladl ostob March 12 12Govornor 12GovornorMislehenko 12GovernorMitehenko Governor GovernorMistChenko
MistChenko has discharged every em employe employe employe ¬
ploye of the Usurri railroad including includingDirector includingDIrector includingDirector
Director Harvat arvat who participated In Inthe Inthe inthe
the recent strike and ordered that they theybe theybe theybe
be expelled from the Amur province provincenever provincencver provincenever
never to return returnUNTIL returnDONT returnDONT
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UNTIL YOURE SICK SICKBefore SICKBerore SICKBefore
Before getting a bottle of Hostellers HostellersStomach lIosteltErsStomach IIostetterStomach
Stomach Bitters Get It today tod y and by bytaking tytaldng hytaking
taking a dose before meals keep well welland wellan welland
and an hearty heart This is the secret of the thegood thegood thegood
good health of thousands of persons personsKOSTETTERS personsHOSTETTERS
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published the following followingI 7 7ON
I ON M MARCH 5th 1906 WE HAD 0000 10000TELEPHONE 1 0000TELEPHONE 0000p
p TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS IN SALT LAKE LAKEThat LAKEThat LAKEThat
That the public may no longer be deceived by PADDED LISTS and
FIGTIIIUUS FICTI I bUS numbers of ALLEGED telephone subscribers we make makethe the
twlowing
5 Offer to toPay Pay 19000 Cash CashSaid
Said sum to be divided between SaltLake Free Kindergarten Associa ¬
tion and any three additional charities selected by a committee of five fivechosen fivechosen fivechosen
chosen by GOVERNOR JOHN C CUTLER and MAYOR EZRA EZRATHOMP THOMP THOMPwUINi
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IF I1 The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone TelephoneCompany Company proves to the sails sat s
ii faction f ction of the said Committee that it had on March 51906 5 1906 on its
books 10000 BONAFIDE BONA FIDE FlDEtelephone telephone subscribers within the corporate
limits of Salt Lake City each having a Bell telephone installed or under undercontract undercontract undercontract
contract to be installed exclusive of telephones ordered out where
Independents have been put in inThe inThe inThe
The Condition Conditionbeing
being that the th said Bell companyshall company shall pay 500 to the said charities charitiesrfc
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The money goes goes to a good cause cau se Our check is ready readyGUESS
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and crutch and hop around ar und like a a boy boyI bo boI
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cently and jump over a a chair to show me methat methat meii
that he was w s young again againHow againHow againI againHow
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them at first that Is what they th y have lost lostwhen lostwhen lostwhen
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