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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SEMIWEEKLY SALT LAKE DECEMBER 3 1909 13
WITNESS IS PUT
THROUGH ORDEAl
Judge in Divorce Court Springs
a Surprise in a Case Be
fore Him
LETTERS ARE PRODUCED
FRED HERMANN MAY YET BE
CHARGED WITH PERJURY
Fred Hermann m bartender at Hotel
Wilson was put through an ordeal by
Judge C W Morse yesterday that
came near landing him behind the bars
of the county jail on a charge of per
jury As It was Hermann stuck to the
same story and Judge Morse will call
the matter to the attention of the coun
ty attorneys office to have a warrant
issued for the bartender charging per
jury
Hermann had brought suit against
his wife Kate Hermann for divorce
charging her with having deserted him
In July 1908 They wrte married in
Cleveland 0 on July 6 190 In the
flies of the suit Hermann had sworn
that he did nut know definitely where
Ills wife had gone but that his latest
information was that she was in Spo
kane So the service of summons
showed that the notice had been print
ed in Spokane Hermanns attorney got
the young man to this point when
Judge Morse took a hand
The court asked where he had been
married where his wifes sister lived
and if he had writen either to his wife
or 1 to her sister since his wife went
away Then Judgf Morse asked if Her
mann didnt know that his wife was
and had been living with her sister at
111 North Park street Toledo O Her
mann denied it all
Mr Bailiff have the etenographer
mark this letter and then take It to Mr
Hermann for identification said the
court
Judge Produces Letters
The letter was marked and shown to
the witness but he said he knew noth
ing about It had never seen it before
and did not know who had written it
Judge Morse produced eleven more let
irx had them marked and shown to
Hermann but he denied having writ
ten any of them Each was signed
Fred Hermann or Fred They were
written from a Fred Hermann bar I
tender at the Wilson hotel to Kitty
Hermann who was married in Cleve
land 0 on July o 1M4 and was then
visiting her sister with full knowledge
of her husband
Judge Morse Instructed the stenog
rapher to prepare a transcript of the
evidence at Dace to be submitted to the
county attorney for investigation
Judge Morse said after the trial and
after Hermann had hastened from the
ourt room that it was by the merest
chance that the letters had come into
his possession Some time ago a letter
us recd here directed to the dl
Vice Judge of Salt Lake It naturally
drifted dun to Judge Morae It was
from Mrs Fred Hermann at Toledo O
She said she understood that her hua
+ Kind had been granted a divorce from
hr > r som three months before and
asked fir I information as she had not
hlp1 i notified that the suit was pend
ing
ingJudge
i Judge Morse wrote her that a suit of
Frederii Hermann a amt Kate Her
mann was pending in the district court
and nave some of the claims of the
complaint
It didnt take long before a bulky let
ter wan received by Judge Morse from
Mrs Hermann containing a doaen let
ters a certified copy of the marriage
license and a history of tbe travels of
t hI Hermann since their marriage In
Oevflanrl until she left Salt Lake on
i December l90
BUILDING PERMITS
Building permits fjcreatlnjc 120600
wtr sued by Building Inspector A B
I Thrill i yesterday in three permits as fol
Ltrs
Hoffman Brothers 970 and 976 Fourth
I Kt < = t street fiveroom brick dwellings
t < ni each
George R Guthrie 7 11 First avenue
trrt siory apartment house 1S000
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A semiboarderless boarding
y huse is i not profitable ut may
i built up by classified adver
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Money Has Wings
Therefore Cage It
That is an easy thing to
say sometimes hard to
do
But
We will do it for you
With the first tendollar
purchase we will place
to your credit one dollar
with interest from Nov
ember 1st and 5 on
e all additional purchases
Mullett Clothing
i 1 Company
Half Block West fro y i Main
on 2nd South
T 1
Our Substantial Fur and Millinery
Sale at the bet t kt of the treason offers
an unparIMed opportunity for saving
All undisputed bargains at onethir
and oneHalf off the original price
MEHESYS 156 Main St
If therts some needed thing
youre waiting to buy at a bar
gain yon bare a clirert objert in
reading the ads If its a reason
able want want advertising will
auimly it
r DESKY
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Deskys Colossal Sale of Clothing
Furnishings and Hats I I
Mens and Young Mens This Daring Sale Like a Bugle Call Sum Mens and Young Mens
Suits mons the Thrifty From All Over the State All 200 Trousers 250 and 300 >
Regular I value 750 Trousers f Deskys
Deskys sale price 495 Its an event to electrify all lovers of bona sale
value 1000 1 49
Regular fide bargains and this shall I be must beam price a
Deskys sale price 605 All 350 to 430 Trou
sale
anti will pronounced the greatest
Regular I value 1250 ers Deskys
Desk Ts sale price 895 in the history of this well known establish sale price 0i2 69
Regular value 1500 ment No matter what the loss the command All 500 to 700 Trous
Deskys sale price 995 mand has gone forth to FORCE OUT THE ers Deskys
Regular value 1800 ENTIRE STOCK AND LET THE PROF sale price < 3 69
Pesky sale price 1195 ITS GO TO THE WINDS Corduroys included in
Regular alue 2000 this sale
Deskys sale price 1395 A Sale of This Size and Magnitude
Regular Deskys value sale price 2250 1495 Can Only I B e Carried Out by Desk Y Hundreds Hats of dozens of
Regular value 2500 of the the latest styles and
Its the clothing sensation year
r Deskys sale price 1595 r 7 t shapes Wet must sell
Ys just stop and think over 5700 Suits and
Regular value 2750 em they must go and
f Overcoats to select from Varieties as vast
will
at these
Deskys sale price 1795 go prices
Regular value 3000 f as your fancies Every garment of the All 200 and 250 Hat
Deskys sale price 1895 highest quality and backed with our guar Deskys sale 1
149
Regular value 3250 antee that insures satisfaction or your price
Deskys sale price 1995 money back All 300 and 3 50 Hat
Regular value 3500 These clothes are manufactured especially for us by Deskys sale 1 QCJ
j Deskys sale price 2195 Americas Foremost Clothes Builders and are the price a 30
All 400 Hats Desk
ky
A large variety of stouts products from the fashion centers of the world The f400
slims I doublebreasted patterns and styles are designed by the highest sala sale 2 35
n ad ried experts the fabrics are produced from the looms price
1 singlebreasted sta
5O d
Oaps 50 90 discount
pIe blacks and blue I of the worlds best foreign and domestic mills
serges The furnishing goods department is simply cram Shirts
1 jammed with the finest and most complete stock a 75c Shirts Deskys
stock that will meet with the approval of the critical sale price 39c
Underwear dresser Weve priced these goods lower than any 100 Shirts Des kYS
40c Underwear 15c merchant ever dared offer sale price 55c
The Underwear 390 Nothing less than our determination not to carry 125 and 150 Shirts f
10Q Und nail 55c over a dollars worth of winter stock could induoa JIUMfrTOaggrice 79c
125 Underwear 70c so great a sacrifice No other cause could impal so 175 and ffcflD Shirts
150 Underwear 95c strenuous an effort There is no parallel to the op Deskys sale price 115
175 Underwear 105 portunities this sale offers to the publicyou get the 225 and 250 Shirts
250 Underwear 139 biggest of your life Deskys sale price 135
Mens and Young Mens Mens and Young Mens
Overcoats and CASH III CAS H III CASH Overcoats and
Raincoats Raincoats
IS THE BATTLE CRY
value 750
Regular Regular value 2250
Deskys sale price 496 f HENCE TO PROFIT BID GOODBYE Deskys sale price 1495
I Regular value 1000 Regular value 2500
Deskys sale price 695 Deskys sale price 1595
Regular value 1250 Regular value 2750
Deskys sale price 895 Deskys sale price 1795
Regular value 1500 205 10 Regular value 3000
D sale 995 Deskys sale price 1895
Pesky price So Main St t es E 2nd So
Regular value 1800 Y Regular value 3250
Deskys sale price 1195 Deskys sale price 1995
Regular value 2000 Salt Lake City Regular value 3500
Deskys sale price 1395 Deskys sale price 2195
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Your Boy
Ask your doctor how often he pre
scribes an alcoholic stimulant for
children He will probably Very
very rarely Ask him how often he
prescribes a tonic for them He will
probably answer Very very fre
quently Ayers Sarsaparilla is a
strong tonicentirely free fromalcobol
No stimulation No alcohol hail Ark
your doctor about Ayers Sarsaparilla as a
Ionic for the J C A7er Co
young
Low lt Maea
EitablUhad 1879
An Inhalation for
Whoopingcough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
Diphtheria Catarrh
Cretolene Is a Boon to Asthmatics
Does U not seem more effect i e to breathe In a
remedy for diseases of the breathing organ than
to take the remedy into the stomach
Cresolcne cure because the air rendered
itrongly antiseptic is carried over the < Jjeaed
urlaee with every breath girin < prolonged and
constant treatment It is JBTalaabla to mothers
with email children
Those of a Con is SferP
sumptive Tendency U1drJ
will and immediate relief
from Coagta or inflamed
Condition of the throat
ALL DRUGGISTS
v
SetM1 postal for de
scripts e Booklet ay
VapoCresolpno Co
ISO Fulton Street
New York
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The Little
Things
About a jewelry tore are often
sadly neglected when they are real
ly the moat Important We KU
particular attention to small mat
fere such as the proper wrapping
of packages neat jewelry boxes tar I
the manner in which your selei < > <
is engraved These are some of tl 1
little things that make a Christina
present appreciated or otherwise
Come in now and avoid the rust t
which comes with the last few
weeks Give us a chance to please
you and we will make good
BubbardDenn Co
JBWELEBS
59 Blast Third SUI
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WIVES LOST BY
FIVE ERRING MEN
Tales of Cruelty and NonSup
port Bring Decrees for Sev
eral Women
NO NEW GOWN FOR A YEAR
PLAINTIFF WAS NOT ALLOWED
TO REPLENISH WARDROBE
Tales of erring unkind and even brutal
husbands were told to Judge C W Morse
yesterday afternoon at the regular week
ly divorce matinee Six decrees were
grafted and several other cases heard
The court room was crowded with would
be divorcee or witnesses and there were
more attorneys on hand than for several
months before It was a great day for de
fault divorces and actions to show cause
for nonpayment of alimony The session
lasted from 2 oclock until nearly 5
Ella S Rounds completed her testimony
alleging nonsupport against William S
Rounds She said he did not provide
clothes for her for a year before he left
her Mrs Rounds said her husband told
her one night that his wages had bern
cut to 50 i a month and that she had bet
ter go back to visit her relatives for a
few months She said that instead of her
husbands salary being cut it was in
creased The decree was granted
Humor and pathos were commingled in
the case of May HenU against Earl W
Henti Mrs Henti cried softly while
testifying how Earl had married her here
on May 10 1909 and had then deserted
I her on May 21 refusing to live with her
longer or support her Her little 5
monthsold boy William Walter Hentz i
was noisily expressing his disgust at legal
methods when big Peter Johnson court
bailiff lumbered up to the mother and
took the child away The baby had been
giving the stenographer trouble as he
could not well hear the answers
Boy Likes Officer
The little fellow immediately became
quiet Johnson kept the child until the
mother had finished testifying and the
little fellow did not care much about go
ing back to ills mother Mrs Hentz re
ceived a decree custody of the child and
10 a month Her maiden name of Mae
Carr was restored
Nettie Herman wearing deep mourn
ing said that her husband Harry E Her
man had beaten her and had treated her
cruelly in other ways since their mar
riage here on November 16 1904 There is
one child 4 years old of which the
mother was granted custody
Mary Ucman received a divorce from
John reman whom she married in Lead
Vile Colo on May 16 1902 They have
three children two of whom are in St
Anns orphanage here kept by the father
and the other is with Mrs Ucman in
Bingham Mrs Ucman was given cus
tody of the Baby and the other two will
be left in the orphanage to be cared for
by the father
Desertion was charged and proven by
Harry S Brownlee against his wife Hat
tie whom he married here on December
Jt Wl Brownlee told the court of the
desertion of his wife six years ago He
received a decree
Harry A Brown worked only six
months during the four years of his mar
ried life according to his wife Lydia A
Brown who was granted a divorce Thy
were married in Salt Lake on March 29
1906 and have on child She said he had
given her nothing during the last year
or more and that she had received sup
port from the county friend and rela
tives She said her husband is In the
city but would not support her She re
ceived a citM rer and custody of the child
DEBATING L LEAGUE
SCHEDULE IS OUT
Question Dates of Contests
and Rules Made Public by
the Committee
Tbe final agreement concerning the
Utah State Debating league has been
drawn up The league to comp sad of the
following schools
Brigham High school Eureka High
school Granite High school Park City
High school Salt Lake High school Col
legiate Institute of Salt Lake Gordon
aradeny Ogden High school Rowland
hall and Weber academy
The question for the UM aeries of de I
bates preliminary semifinal and final
is Resolved that tariff should be im
posea for revenue oniy
The schedule of debates fpr 1910 is as
folio s
Preliminary series March 19
Affirmative Negative
a Brigham H SvsWeber academy
b Collegiate vsliureka US
c Gordon vsHowland Hall
4 Salt Lake H SvPark City H S
e Ogden H 8 vs Granite II S
First semifinal series April 16
Affirmative Negative
f Winner of avsWinner of ib
g Winner of cvsWlnner of d
Second semifinal series May is
Affirmative Negative
e Winner of fvsWinner of e
Final championship debate May 22
Affirmative Negative
Winner of < h > sWloner of g
The final championship debate will take
place at the University of Utah the day
of the interscholastic track meet in
every 4ebat > except the final debate the
affirmative is th entertaining school and
the negative Is the visiting school De
bating teams chall consist of three mem
bers boys girls and an alternative
The personnel wf a team may be changed
between debate Debates must b ap
proved by their < principals Two weeks
before any debate the debaters must be
named
The entertaining school shall make all
arrangements receive door receipts and
meet all local expenses the traveling ex
penses of three members and the stopover
expenses of the visiting i team for not more
than thirtysix hours and including only
ono night The names of three judges
shall be submitted to the visiting team
ten days before the debate The list of
judges shall number ten from which
three shall be chosen by the visiting
team The main speeches shall be lim
ited to ten minutes and rebuttals to five
minute
Professor R W Reynolds chairman
of the debating club will supply coaches
on request
The Salt Lake High school has already
begun its preparations Among those
who expert to try for the team are Wil
liam Noble Rydanch Laura Lovendale
Ernest gale Paul Ray Irving Noall Ar
thur Doran Taylor Chamberlain Tom
mie H sper Emmet Purviance and A
Backman
TWO TRAINS ANNULLED
ON ACCOUNT OF STORM
Westbound trains Nos 1 and 5 on the
Denver = RIo Grande were annulled yes
terday on account of a blockade in Colo
rado A train came through from Grand
Function but neither of the two through
trains got west of Glenwood In the ab
sence of definite information Denver
RIo Grande officials believe that the
storm is the cause of the blockade
WILL BEET PULP I
INJURE THE FISHI I
State Chemist Is Asked to Ana
lyze Refuse from Sugar
Factories
The dispute of rather long standing
between superintendents of sugar fac
tories and fishermen in reference to
whether refuse from sugar beet pulp
running into streams tends to drive
away or kill fish will be settled within
two or three days Last night State
Fish Commissioner Fred W Chambers
turned samples of the refuse over to
State Chemist Herman Harms for anal
ysis The result will be watched with
keen interest
It has been argued by fishermen attn
such as are interested in tilling streams
with lueclous trout for the benefit of
the angler that pulp particles from
the sugar beet permitted to drift into
streams effect fish similar to sawdust
from sawmills
In most states where interest Is I
i shown in the preservation of its fish I
eries there is strict taw against per
mitting sawdust to enter streams But
It is the claim of superintendents of
sugar beet factories that particles of
sugar beet pulp are beneficial to fish
instead of being injurious and they
have frequently explained to the fish
commisrioner that there has been an
increase instead of decrease Of nsh in
such sections of streams where beet
pulp has been permitted to settle
A week ago complaints began to
pour into the office of the fish cominit
loner that refuse from the sugar fac
tories In Cache valley wa seriously
damaging the trout streams in that
section and urging that a special or
der be Issued prohibiting the practice
of allowing beet pulp particles to be
dumped into the fishing streams There
has been doubt in the mind of the
fish commissioner that sugar beet pulp
has been injurious to fish but on the
other hand beneficial and yesterday
he secured a sample of the common
refuse from the sugar beet factories
at Ogden which he immediately turned
over to the state chemist
A similar dispute brought forth vig
orous analysis and presentation of the
ories in Colorado several years ago
UTAH EXHIBIT HAS
BROUGHT MANY LETTERS
<
Good results of the Ut 1I exhibit at the
United States Lund and Irrigation con
gress in Chicago have already begun to
manifest themselves In letters received
during the last few days from men in
the middle west asking for Information
regarding Utah In each letter it Is stat
ed that the Utah exhibit attracted the
men and they wanted further details
PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
BOARD GETS VERDICT
A verdict of 35494 was rendered in the
federal court yesterday ill favor of the
Presbyterian board of home missions in
the suit against J W Barrett The case
has ben before Judge Page Morris for
th last t week The church organization
sued n > hire < t < > r for a little over 34400
alleging tliaC a church building at Logan
had not been erected according to speci i
fililt ijll
MAN JAILED FOR I
REFUSIIG TO PAY
Teamster Declares He Will Rot
In Jail Before Paying
Alimony
All right Ill go to jail And Ill
rot there before I pay any alimony to
my wife
Samuel V Pitta a teamster of 360
Vest Seventh South street so declared
as he was being taken out of the court
room of Judge C W Morse yesterday
afternoon during the divorce hearing
And as he passed his former wife
Mrs Louie Pitts he laughingly touched
his hand to his lips and threw her a
kissPitts
Pitts had been brought before Judge
Morse to show cause why he should
not be punished for having failed to
pay his wife alimony of 15 a month
which went with the divorce to her
issued by Judge George G Armstrong
on July 23 There was really 65 due
the divorced wife but Pitts had taken
care of one of the children and thus
UI was deducted
Pitts admitted to Judge Morse that
he had the money with which to pay
the court order to his divorced wife
that he owned property in Salt Lake
and had refuted to make any settle
ment When Judge Morse found him
In contempt of court and ordered him
lent to Jail Pitts said he would rot
there before he would pay The or
der of Judge Morse is that PiUs re
main in jail until he pay tue MO due
his former wife
A similar case came before the dis
trict court a short time ago when Ed
ward D Bartlett refused to pay ali
mony to his divorced wife and was
sent to jail by Judge Ritchie Bart
lett said he would rot there before
paying the money but after more than
100 days in tht county jail he thought
better of It and paid the money
0
TO APPOINT CADET
Examinations Will Be Held by State
Superintendent
Examinations will be held in the office
of A C Nelson state superintendent of
public instruction in the city and county
building on December 90 and H for the
appointment of a cadet to the naval acad
emy at Annapolis Senator Reed Smoot
has the appointing of a cadet from Utah
next year and the appointment will be
based chiefly upon the examinations o
be held In the office of the superinten
ent of schools
Examinations In the past for both An
napolis and West Point hav brought out
many contestants among young men I
chiefly High school students anti it s
believed 1 that there will be a large num I
ber of young men who will try for the
cadetship at the examination this month
COL BENTON RETURNS
FROM CALIFORNIA TRIP
Colonel I A Benton city > <
ha 1 t
agent of the Denver ft Rio Grand r 1
road baa Just returned from a + aat
In Los Angeles Mr Benton says Ir 1
joyed every minute of the time i
away He did not go to Ban Fran is i
nor did he see any of the Western 1
clflc officials except T M Schuina
the manager of that road Colonel B < m
aid he had not learned of any ap > < i
menta except the one already pubhM

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