THE SALT LAKE TIMES. "FRIDAY KVKNLNT,, MAY 0, 1690. ' saltlake!syening times. THE TIMKS' Telephone Number is 481 The office of Tub Timks is located at No. 13 ''Commercial street. Local mention in this column will be carried at ift cents per line each insert lmi. FBIDAY. MAY , 1800. CIVIL AM CRIMINAL CASKS. Two Alleged Home Thieve Arraigned and Held for Trial. This morning in the district court Judge Zane took tip the case of vaon Smyth agaiust Lawsou brothers, an at-ti- ou to recover 14H. claimed to bo duo as a balanco of 27 received by the defendants as the plaintifls' agent foi the sale of u )iece of property m lot i, block 20, rive-aer- plat A. Several witnesses were examined am tho rase will probably be concluded ' tins afternoon. John W. Randall and Cyrus Aaron who were indicted on tho charge, of stealing a horse und buggy from J . 1 l, a liveryman, on April 23. were ar-raigned and pleaded not guilty. Vf was held In $1000. It Is claimed that both were drunk when they engaged the conveyance and afterwards so d it in Bingham. Randall is said to have respectable people at Lincoln, Nob. In the old ease of Sarah J. Weaver against David Weaver, and in w hich a garnishee was issued a few weeks ago against Pickard, iv stay of exeiuition was granted and the bond fixed at U-00- Thirty davs' stay of execution was granted in tlie case of August Larsen against the .South (ialona Mining com-pany, in order that tho defendant might move for a new trial. COMINU EVENTS OF THE WEEK. THUKSDAY. California Opera company at the Orauil opera bouse. FRIDAY. California Opera company at the Grand. HallenandHartiu --Later On" at the Salt Lake theater. SATUKDAY. California Opera company at the Grand. "Later On-- ' at the Salt Lake theater. I1K C.SHl:l A CHECK. It was Fraudulent, Hut Noble Co. 8ued to Recover and Lt It. In the district court tho case of W. 1'. Noble & Co. against the Rio Graudo Western Railway company, judgmout was rendered in favor of the defend-ant. Noble & Co. sued to recover $ 10, w hich amount the plaintills claimed by reason of cashing a chock for a laborer. The facts showed that trie laborer bad been given a check for $'.) in payment for work. He raised it by tho annexa-tion of a little cipher to the "U" and a "ty" to the written nine on tho paper. Tho laborer .with tho chock purchased a $2.50 hat from Noble and was given in return $S7.50. Tho railroad people refused to recoguio the cheek when presented. Noble claimed that tho railroad had not taken proper caution In prevent fraud when tho check was issued, as it should have used a check punch on tho figures. Judge Zune held otherwise and said that tho plaintiff was careless in cashing a check for an unknown party. The plaintiff in the case of August Larson against the Smith Galena Min-ing company, an action brought to re cover $J0,0(M by reason of having a leg broken and mangled at the com-pany's works, was given judgment fcr $7.5)0 yesterday afternoon by" the jury which heard tho evidence in the case. TO BOOM BUSINESS We offer new attractions for the Spring trade. Attracts goods and attractive priced that tell their own tale of-- cheapness. A SMILE and A SQUARE DEAL FORALL KEEP THIS LIST OF PRICES IN- - YOUR MIND: Men's Nobby Cheviot Spring Suits, 5.50 each. Men's-Workin- g Pants,- - $1 a pair. - - ' Men's Nobby Spring Pants, $2 a pair. Men's French Flannel Overshirts, 50c each. Men's Unlaundried' Shirts, 45c each. Men's Drab Hats, 50c each. Men's 9-0- Blue Denim Overalls, 45c a pair. ' Men's 9-0- Z. Blue Denim Jumpers, 45c each. Men's Heavy Check Jumpers, 40c each. Boys' Shirt Waists, 15c each. Boys' Knee Pants, 25c a pair. Boys' Cheviot Suits, ages 4 to 12, $1.15 each Men's fine Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers, i2 thread, $1.25 a suit. S. J. Nafchaxi, 151 UVEalxi Street. Parlor suits, largest stock, at S. R. Marks & Co. Car load wool and hair mattresses at S. K. Marks & Co. . Irs. Whitney & Buclier'n Dental parlors next to Cullcn hotel. Dancing at the May festival for 14th $2 a ticket. Cheapest carpet, wall paper and fur-niture at S. R. Marks & Co. Hank Clearing:. The clearings of t lie associated banks today were $22,o'o'S, with a cash bal-ance of $1)0,257. The Salt Lake Snap Co. At the stockholders' meeting of the Salt Lake Soap Co., the following re-port was rend: RESOURCES. Real estate. bulldiiiKS, machinery. et 15.373 TH on hand l(i.:l a() Accounts lweiviilile 11. Hill 84 Stock in treasury I.') 00 liabilities. Bill" payable KI.ISHM raiiltal HtiK-- ft i.o Hi (m Dividend. In per rent S.SKHII Keservo fund .tie IA) 83 The election of directors resulted as follows: W. H. Remington,- president and director; J. II. White, vice presi-dent and director; G. F. Culmer, treas-urer and director; Ansel N. Badger, secretary and director; Henry Hay-war-director. Ansel N. Badgeii, Sec'y. May 8, 1W0. Dr. M I. G. Inman Electro-Therapeut- Vapor Balk Treatment of all Female and Chronic Diseases a Specialty, Omen Houus 9 to la a.m. to 5 p.m. DR. J. C. HARRIS Has concluded his lectures at tlie SALT LAKE THEATER, Hut will remain in the ell y until SUNDAY,MAY 1M. He can be consulted daily at the C-ulle- Hotel, Between the Hours of 9 a.m. and 10 r CONSULTATIONS AEE FEU May Festival, St. Paul's Guild. 4 K ' To be Held opera at the Mayl4 house Admission, (per couple) $2.00, GRAND OPERA HOUSE W. J.: BURGESS, - Manager. I THURSDAY A EVE M6HTS I May( The California Opera Ci. In two great productions of the latest aadw succesHiul of all comic operas, THURSDAY. SATU"WI,!, FRIDAY. SATURDAY SATURDAY f. MATINEE. bMJi- - ANA (said s C Augmented OrrhW 1P J U Kew and CatvhJ Ufll Sale of Seats opensat 40 Wednesday-Us- ual M'lle Hhea Next Week. Cutting and lilting of ladies and chil-dren's suits by S. T. Taylor's system at room 44 Wasatch Block'. Reduced. I. C. Corsets from $2.75 lo $1.75, W. C. C, No. 000, $2.50 to $1.50. Pongee, $4.50 to $2.75. The Lace House. . 5000 baby carriages at S. R. Marks & Co. Ladies don't fail to see the new mil-linery just arrived from the east at Mrs. W. H. Fox's parlors in the Crane building. SALT LAKE TKEATEI CHAS. 8. BURTON, Man"' Friday 9-- 1 &tft "I Wouldn't Miss It for Nine DolW HAilENl Screamer I ART IThe Comediasj :i Anil their Famous Companyjn('pJn,?S ,' agement of Mr Harry Musical Farce Gouieiw v 1 1 1 Later fljj The Entrancing Gavotte, t, 'i ,, The Gorgeous Mexican EaSfatingDanMgincent 'J A Bouquet J'. ..- i : ' A bargain 2jxUI rods between Fourth aud Fifth, on "1" street. City water, fruit, and near lo the electric car. Price, $2300, reasonable terms. In-quire room 45, Wasatch building. 251 South Main Street. Ladies Bazaar. ARTISTIC NEEDLEWORK. Removed lo 333 8. Main Street Choice line of Piano Covers, Table Covers, Toilet Sets. Opera Bags, Sofa Pillows, Hand Bags Bureau and Sideboard Scarfs, Silk Drapes, Cen- ter Piecesand Daylies' Summer Cor-sets, Swiss Embroidered Aorons, Rnching, Ribbon and Zephyr, Wash Silks, Linens and all kinds of mater- ials. Stamping Done : Lessons Uiven Sffebster. AWebster. SALT LAZE TEANSFEECfI pATTEN & (it.KNN. PROPS. ALL OR promptly attended to; loeal frrtKht i specialty: furniture moved with cam US wett First South street. " 0ffl,:e' Ladies, if you want a perfect gem of an opera bonnet, call on the New York Milliner, 44 Wasatch building elevator. An arm is a valuable member of the body. A biakemau lost his right arm while in the discharge of his duty. He sued the Boston & Albany railroad ami got a verdict iu his favor of JIS.OOO. lolin I.. Knorketl In. A tine line of whisky and cigars at the old Utah & Nevada depot. Lnuch stand iu connection with the saloon. CITV CIKCIXATIOX. The Tjmbh management is mulling every ef-fort possible to huve the paier promptly unit regularly delivered in every pint of tho city, Any complaint about the delivery if neat to this ofllce will be attended to at once. DID HE miW. Pretty Myrtla Wellington Said to Have iBeen Abducted by a Brewer's Agent. THEY DE0VE AWAY IH THE DAEK. The Young Woman's Mystcrous Disap-pearance And the Arrest of the Supposed Kidnapper. Pretty Myrtle Wellington, a charm-ing young society blonde of Ninth East (street, litis boon abducted, it in asserted by the. girl's mother. Tor the )nst two weeks she has been missing and her whereabouts is a mys-tery. One dark night sho was taken away from her home in a hank, and has not been seen or heard of since. Chief of Police Young and Detective Franks were notified of the strange and peculiar disappearance of Miss Welling-ton, but after working on the ease for a fortnight with their forces, could get no clue to the mysterious departure of tho young woman. Miss Welington had no reason to run away or leave her home as her surroundings were pleasant and agree-able. Her mother soon came to the conclusion that her daughter hail been abducted. Her suspicions were aroused on account of her refusing to let Henry Holl'heinier, agent of the Anheuscr-Busc- h Brewing association, pay atten-tion to tlie young woman. Finding that the police and detectives could not fer-ret out the case, Mrs. Wellington laid the facts before tho grand jury mid that body indicted Henry Hof.heiiner and Clarence Eberly on tho charge of ab-duction for vile purposes Both of l li..iisi t lie men were arrcsieu night by a deputy United States marshal.' and taken before Commis-sioner (ireeninan, who held a brief, late session of court iu order to let Hid indicted parlies give bond for their appearance today. Hoffhei-me- r was arrested in the Walker house liar and Klierly was found in a lodge room. Ho is an Odd Fellow, it is claimed. The former furnished bonds in the sum of $1000 for his appearance this ufternoon. Bechtol & Sands of the Walker house are his sureties. Eberly gave bonds iu $500 with W. P. Rowe as bondsman. The couiplaintant, of course, is Mrs. Wellington, who claims that about two weeks ago Ilotthcinier und Eberly ab-ducted her daughter from home. It appeal's that Hoffheiinel' has been pay-ing considerable attention to Myrtle against the wishes of the young girl's mother. It is said that' Mrs. Welling-ton told the brewer's agent that she did not want him keeping company wit.v her daughter, lie discontinued his visits but his friend Eberly called at the Wellington house a fortnight ago. He inquired for Miss Wellington and after a few words with her, she left tho house hatless and without wraps. ' They got into a hack that was standing at the curb in wailing. The vehicle was driven away rapidi.v ilnd no more has been seen of" the young woman. As Eberly and lloffhei'mcr were friends suspicion pointed to Eberly as the plotter of the scheme to get the girl, and that is the reason that Mrs. Wel-lington caused the pair to be indicted. Hoffheiiner admits his acquaintance with Miss Wellington, and has known that she has been absent from homo for some time, but he asserts in strong lair gnage that ho is innocent of being im-plicated in the abduction case, lie de-clined to have nylhing'to sny about the ease this afternoon, but his friends intimate that the story of abduction is simply, a blackmailing scheme. They seem to think that if the young woman left her home iu a hack sfio did so with her own consent, as sho would not have accompanied Hackman Eberly to his vehicle unless she knew what was up. The case was set for preliminary hearing at 2 o'clock this afternoon e Judge Greenman and both defend-ants with their attorney Judpe Powers were ready to tro to trial. '1 tie nrose- - cntion was evidently diliatory in pre-paring for the hearing as Deputy Dis-trict Attorney Critchlow came into court and asked if the case hail been set. He was informed that it hud, and then said ho could not go to trial as he was not ready with his witnesses. The case will be heard Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. DICKINSON IS Wm. He Issues An Ultimatum to the Conduc-tors of the Union Pacifio Which They DEOLAEE THEY WILL NOT ACCEPT. Other Eailroad News of Intorest to the People on the Various ' Lines. The Union Pacilie conductors re-ceived General Manager Dickenson's reply to their ultimatum last Saturday, but have not as yet had an opportunity to act upon it. If the terms offered by him are accepted, the proposed great meeting Juno 2d with t Holcomb will not bo held, lint there is a disposition not to decide the matter dutinitely until after the Rochester con-vention, which meets next Tuesday. The conductors asked for an increase in Wages. This has been refused. They also asked for less mileage. Mr. Dickenson grants four extra crews, two on tho main line between Omaha and Cheyenne, and t wo on the Kansas Pa-cilie division between Kansas City and Denver. The conductors wanted the pay of the branch road men raised from $;K) to $100 a month. This was denied. As to the matter of ligh engine runs, Mr. Dickenson agreed to send out a conductor or brakeman who had passed the proper examination for a conductor and givo them the pay of a conductor whenever it was necessary to have a pilot. "There are engineers on the road," wivs Mr. Dickenson, "who can take a light engine over their district as well without n pilot as with one." Tho ultimatum demanded a con-ductor aud, at least, one brakeman be sent out with every train. This, Mr. Dickenson informs them, is a matter resting with the management. It is only in cases where officers, sometimes, go on a special, that neither conductors nor brakeinen are needed. Then the roadmaster aud engineer can attend to tlie business. In its appeal on demands, the commit-tee calls attention to rules that govern the employes on the Iowa lines. "I would bo perfectly willing," de-clares tho general manager, "to fashion the schedule after that of any road they decide to select. It would be largely in the company's favor, because, as a whole, we pay our trainmen bigger salaries than any western road. There may be a few instances in which pas-senger conductors get a little more, but there is not a line that pays its brake-me- n aud baggagemen as much. "As to the question of overtime, we never had a ruling on that subject. I made one. In substance it is that a man's time begins from the moment his train is marked to go out. All the time ho puts in over twelve hours will bo considered extra at tho rate of 12 miles an hour aud three cents a mile on tho basis of 100 miles, and lifteen hours over that limit ten miles an hour." The couduclors also wanted the extra time rated at ten miles an hour, but Mr. Dickeuson could not agree with them. Tlie general manager feels that these demands were more than his company could stand. Ho concedes that the mileage was largo. It has been reduced, "but I could not," says Mr. Dickenson, "consent to roduco mileage and at the samo time raise tlie pay. They cannot accuse mo of treating them unfairly. I do not blamo them for frying to get more pay, but if they fail there should be no disposition to accuse nio of not acting perfectly fair aud friendly with them iu tho matter from beginning to und " WANTS. If you want help, If you want to rent a house, If you want to sell a lot, If you want a situation, If you want anything, Advertise in Th b Timks "Want Column," A New limine Street. To tub Editor ok Thk Times: If you had told any resident of Salt Lake cit v three years ago that West South Temple street would in a few years be one of our best business streets, you would have been laughed at and called 11 crank. No one need visit that locality today, however, and fail to notice the business and trallie done there. Few people understand the courage and bus-iness enterprise it takes to open up a new street. A little over three years ago three young men leased a piece of ground just west of the old council house corner and erected two stores, in which the businesses of shooniakiugaiid harboring were carried on. Now we have the "Paragon boot and shoe store; Jos. A. West, real estate and employ-ment office; the 'Temple barber shop; S. K. Marks & Co.. furniture ware- - house; Marks & Knowlden, real estate dealers; Elias Morris, two stores of marble and mantle furniture; Spry it Co.. tailor shop; J. H. Parry, "Little World" printing establishments, with the prospects of a dozen more stores in the near future. Thus Salt Lake City grows. OM.00KKH. LOCAL BREVITIES. The polieo department will have its ;: new patrol wagon tho early part of next week. Tho new street sprinklers will lie placed into service as soon as the streets become dusty. Frank Bowman and Miss Margaret Conrad were married last evening at tho rosidoucoof Rev. J. B. Thrall. Schaefer and Ives the great billiard-Ists- , will give exhibition games at tlie Cullcn hotel tomorrow and Monday. Don't whitewash kalsomino your walls and ceilings with any of the twenty beautiful tints of Diamond wall finish at Culmer Bros. Tlin T.;kn.,l l.anrl lma cnmn'ml n now bandmaster, O. F. Zimmerman of Kan-sas City. The band will play at Car-Hel- d Beach on Sunday next. At the First Presbyterian church to-night Mrs. Bailey,' president of the Utah Woman's Christian Temperauco Union will speak on temperance. Tho mineral receipts yesterday wore ' as follows: Wells, Fargo & Co.. bullion $4790; ore. $8430; total, $1:1,220. T. R. Jones & Co., silver bars, $4100; ores, $5800; total, $9900. Tbe find of lithographic stone men-- , tioued in The Timks a few days ago promises to develop into a first-clas- s industry. The stone is said to be equal to any of the German product. The advertising fund which will bo expended with Lord & Thomas of Chi-cago who will expend $10,000 in adver-tising iu 0000 newspapers is growing. Five thousand dollars has already been collected. Dr. (L B. V. Simpson, has re-cently been appointed surgeon exam-iner of prisoners for Salt Lako City. Another appointment will soon bo made. The board of examiners will bo in session here in a fow days. At the Western Union telegraph ollieo there are tho following unclaimed mes-sages: F. Greene, Cora Wilson, C. C. Aslior, Vj. Cronin, Fred Pel ham, Joe Maccano, Will D. Leonard, Burney Sipe, care of Thomas Homer, li. G". Ekis. I Work iu an old lime kiln near tho , Hot Springs has been resumed after ' having been closed down the past three I years. People residing in the vicinity ' of tho kiln are making a protest against the smoke emanating from it. The electric light company will soon have an additional now plant. It is claimed that the local company has just closed a $20,000 contract with the Thompson-Housto- n pooploforthe plant which will have a capacity for 2,500 lights. Robert Young, representing E. B. Freston & Co. of Chicago is iu the city endeavoring to dispose of a Preston aerial hook and ladder truck. A rep-resentative of another firm is expected in a few days and it is likely that a test trial will bo arranged. Mrs. Bailey, territorial president of the W. C. T. U., will give an address on ipninprnnnii p.t l.lm VroHrtvtnvinii f'lui,",li this eveniug at 8 o'clock. A temper-ance meeting for children will be held on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the same place, at which a Loyal Le-gion will oo organized. Tho county teachers institute will hold a session tomorrow. The follow-ing is the programmo: 1. Tho National Educational association at St. Paul Prof. J. II. Paul. 2. When is system benoficial and when hurtful in school room work Mr. J. H. Moroton. 3. Pestclozzo and his leading educational principles Miss Rachael Edwards. With the county clork the following marriage licenses have been tiled: Daniel O. Doan, aged 23, of Ogden, and Idary Ann Casey, agad 20; of Slater-villc- ; Alfred Rordamo, aged 27, and Gertrude Alice Buckeride, aged 25, both of Salt Lake; Christophor llinks, aged 25, and Maude L, Cook, aged 25, also of Salt Lako. There were two small fires last night. At 6 o'clock a lot of telegraph poles near the Union Pacific coal sheds wero discovered to be on fire. An alarm was sent in, and tho burning poles were soon extinguished. Shortly after mid-night a second alarm was turned in, and an old rookery near tho corner of Second South and First East streets was found to bo ablazo. Damages in both instances were very slight. A Normal Heliiiol. To thk Euitoii ok Thk Timks: The plan of starting a normal school pre-sented in Thk 1'imks of Monday is a little late in making its appearance Such a plan has already been discussed and it is proposed to open such a school the coming year in connection with the Salt Lake Seminary. The advantages this institution has to offer are many, and they are worthy of careful consid-eration. Tho property at present is worth $100,000 and will probably enhance greatly in valuo soon. To add some-thing to this amount is a much more feasible nlan than to start barehanded and be obliged to raise this sum in ad-dition to the balance needed to estab-lish such a school. The school building is new and has seating capacity for !!00 students. The rooms are large, airy, aud well lighted. There Is also a boarding hall which, in connection with the seminary building, will accommodate 50 board-ing students. The, location is central and easily accessible from all parts of the city. Plan's can be perfected for opening this department in these buildings in tlie fall, while tho delay that may at-tend the selection of grounds and erec-tion of buildings for a new organiza-tion may givo opportunity for some other ciiy to secure the initiative. With l liu pledge of a few thousand dollars for present needs and the use of present buildings till their capacity is outgrown by the school and a laud do-nation for it, future location in some purl of the city the liuaucial strength would be assured. Prof. Baxter, principal of the semi-nary, is an educator of largo experience in tlie best schools of the east ami has done more or less institute work. In the event of opening a normal school he also expects soon to publish some school text books. Noi.mal School; - Mrs. Christy Is in receipt of new Flower Toques of beautiful design aud work, which are bound to please. ( 'all early and make vour selection at No. ill W. 1st South Street. Worklngmeti Who wish to build a house and have, their own home, should call on E. B. Wicks, 252 S. Main, and get his terms. HOISKKEEPKRS'GUIDK. A. Complete Mat or Snlt Lake Itetail Pricea Corrected Daily. BKKK Sirloin, iiat,lb ,l.ia) Ribs. " " Rump " " Il5 Porter House oteak .a) Sirloin " " lrxfSO ToiiKiies, each , fiO Kidneys " ,1" LA Ml -- Quarter, fore 1(f l.a5 Quarter, html l.ayfi l.fiO MUTTON Let,', Hi IS Shoulder, " 18' i Chops. " VJi7',i I'OKK-Irfi- in, roast, lh 15 Chops und steaks " .I,1) 1'iilieled. " .IS VKAL Hhoukler, roast, lh 1S'15 Loin. " " l Cutlets, lb i .'JO SAUSAIIK-Coium- ou, Hi All pork " Meat, " 13V4 bologna. " A'Jl'i HA lh Cut, half, lb . .18 Cut. sllres. II) Sfi FRESH FISH Halibut, lb aft Salmon. ' .a) Flounders. " .'M Mai kiuac Trout, " .' . Shad. " Jh Smells, " SO M ISTKM.AN euuk. Chickens, lb 8) Turkeys. " . Bacon, salt, lb .W.J Hutter. fresh creamery .K KKKs, doz .a I Potatoes, old. 00 lb 1.3ft Potatoes, new California, lb .l'J'i Meets, peck 'JO Turnips, SO lb 1.35 Cabbage, new. California, lb .10 Cauiitlower. new California, lb .30 Ureen Peas. California, lb .13'$ StriiiR Beans. " 30 Asparaitns. native. 2 lbs .35 Onions, native, doxeu hunches .50 Lettuce, native, " heads .50 Celery, bunch .15 Spinach, native, lh .I3' Tomatoes. California, lb .35 Radishes. 3 bunches i . .10 Mushrooms, lh .35 Oranges, navels, doz 5(Kr?,1.00 Oranges, other kinds, doz 3n70 Lemons, doz , ,40 Pine Apples, each .50 Bananas, doz .50 Strawberries. California, box 2535 Cherries. California, lb .35 Pieplant, native. 3 lbs .35 I'ickels. native. In vinegar, quart.... .30' Olives, California, iu bulk, quart .50 SALT LAKE LIVE STOCK MARKET. STEF.RS-Li- vo weight, lb f .3(a3'-- SHEEP-Weth- ers, each 5(5,6 AMUSEMENTS. "SAID PASHA" AT THE GRAND Tlio California Opera company opcnuil their brief suuson of tluvu niglils unil a matinee last evening at the (iruiiil before a large, brilliant ami appreciative aiulient'i!. The piceo is mirth-provokin- from the start, and the interest does not Hag from begin-ning to end. Tho music, is of that light and frothy character, so desirable iu warm weather, and which cre-ates enthusiasm by the vivacity which it inspires. Miss Marchi's is a voice of considerable merit in the clearness of its lone aud the condition of its timbre; but it lacks in sympathetic tenderness of expression and fulls off iu volume. The lady is a good actress, dresses her characters splendidly and makes up eharniingly. rrank Viilerga sang his music in a very good tenor. His acting, however, wanted that force and nerve so neces- - oiu.y lu mo niuri-s- ui uuuiu; i'ihu u. AH usual, Mr. McWiule saug and ucted in good form, aud he looked the character to perfection. Fred. Lcuuox and his shadow, Stanley Felch, wero very funny, especially the latter, who kept his audiences iu convulsions simply by his antics. In tho second act, where she first appears, Miss Ada Seiners came into instant favor. She possesses a line voice and is a good actress. Her singing created a sense of satisfaction at oueo, and sho was made the recipient of several Mr. Frillman's basso solo was enthusiastically encored, and his acting wos good. As a whole "Said Pasha" was a grand success. The scenery the costumes and the cleverness of the ar-rangement all combined to this end, and those who witnessed it wero thor-oughly pleased. The chorus of tho opera, mid it is nearly all chorus, was especially good, anil tho accompani-ment was all that could be wishedfor. "Said Pasha" will be repealed this and tomorrow evenings and at the Satuduy mulinue. SALT LAriE THEATEll. Tonight and tomorrow evening tho Hallen iVs Hart combination will hold tho boards at tho Salt Lake theater in a new musical farce comedy called "Later On." Tho feature of tho performance will be tho appearance of Mr. llailon, who is a great favorite in the oast. THE t'HOUAL KEHEAKSAL. It is about determined that the festi-val of the Choral society will occur Thursday and Friday, May 2!Hh and 30th. Last evening the Miserere from "Trovalore" and tho "Hallelujah cho-rus" were rehearsed in good style, and the singers gave evidence of being able to give a good account of themselves when the festival comes off. LADIKS' MUSICAL. Professor Krousc will give a concert, under tlie auspices of the Ladies' Mu-sical society, next Tuesday evening. An orcheslry of twenty-liv- e 'performer will add to the novelty of the occasion. SI NPAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL. Mrs. Libbv's sunday school class will give a sociable this evening in the ves-try of the First Methodist Episcopal church. Tho entertainment will music and a literary programme, after which ice cream and cake will be served by the young ladies of (he school. The class has grown from live to thirty-liv- e members within the past year, and it is for the purpose of furnishing neces-sary seating capacity and other accom-modations that the benefit will be given. An admission of ten cents will be charged, and those who partake of the refreshments will be charged 15 cents additional. Notice. Leave orders for the Salt Lake City Brewing Co's. lager beer at the follow-ing places: Wilsou & Busby's, o bar, Nos. 5(5 and 57 Ji. Second South street. P. 'J'. Nystroms, corner Commercial and First South streets, aud Fountain Beer Hall, Main street. Jacob Moritz. Ladies take the elevator to the third floor of the Wasatch Block for lirst-clas- s dressmaking. iraud Milliard Exhibition. By Jacob Schaefer, the wizard of billiards anil champion of the world, and Fia ik C. Ives, the young Napoleon of billiards, at the Cullen hotel, Satur-day tveuing, May 10, and Monday evening, May 12, commencing at 8 o'clock p. in. Reserved seats for sale at Culleu hotel. Railway Note and Personals. Rolling stock for the opening of Gar-field beach on May 15, is being sent in. The company expects a good big crowd and wants all the cars it can get hold of. The management of the Union Pacific has just lot tho contracts for building 181 locomotives, lifteen of which are to bo cloven eight-wheele-sixteen narrow gauge consolidation and eighty-nin- e Ot this order, sevpnty-on- o locomotives go to tho Rhodo'lsland Locomotive works, thirty-on- e to tho Baldwin Locomotive works and twenty-nin- e to the Cooke Locomo-tive company. This is a much needed increase in the rolling stock. The Continental. This hotel is the recognized head-ipiarte-for commercial men and tour-ists. Centrally located, it is furnished with everything pertaining to a tirst-clas- s hotel. For rooms at any time ad-dress (i. S. Holmes, Manager Continental hotel. Ladies who want perfect fitting suits have them cut by no other system than S. T. Taylor's, at room 44 Wasatch Block. FIRE ALARM BOXES. Kire alarm keys are in the possession of policemen, and citizens resid-ing near the signal boxes. The key is simply inser ted and turned. To locate a lire count the number of strikes. Example: An alarm is turned in from box 314: the bell will strike The alarm will he struck lour times. ALAliM boxes: 17 Cor. Second North and Center streets. 13 Cor. East Temple and So. Temple streets. 13 Cor. East Temple and First South streets. 14 Cor. East Temple and Second South streets 15 Cor. East Temple and Third South streets or. East Temple and Second South s 41 Cor. South Temple and First East streets. 43-- or. South Temple and C streets. 48 Cor. South Temple and J streets. 51 Cor. Second and A streets. 53 Cor. Third and V streets. 31 Cor. First East and Second South streets. 33 Cor. First East and Third South streets. 34 Cor. Fourth East aud First South streets. 35 Cor. Fourth East and Third South streets. ..il;"r- - ""rth East and Fifth South street. '?"i;"r- - Elrst So,lth aiui Seventh East streets. JH Cor. Third South and Seventh East streets. 1- ?lrst Sm,,n antl W. Temple streets. S?i"r-,,con- So,Ith ana w- - Temple streets. Cor. Third South and W. Temple street. AT--t,or. Second South and Second W. streets. o7.r5;01'- - North aud Second West streets. Sir-4?- '1'' lrst So"th and Third West streets. Yi" Vilf South and Third West streets. m1"'1" East Temple, between South temple and First South streets. 133Diuwoo'l6y'B store. First South, between J4c1. Miina I.Wt,Ht Temple streets. Tannery. Fourth North, be- tween First and Second West streets. Office of Chikf of Fikb Department I I hereby February 37. I8WI. f ana locationcertify that the above numeration of the alarm boxes are correct. C. K. Stanton. ..JTe , of Department You Clin See "Jerusalem." This great masterpiece which has been on exhibition in this city for tho last three weeks, slill draws crowds of deligntod visitors to tho pavilion oppo-site tho Tribune ollieo. fco greater ex-hibition of fine mechanical skill, beauti-ful scenic display and historical detail has ever been seen in this or any other country. The "City of Jerusalem" as shown 'is a marvel of ingenuity, and no one can look upon it without being amazed at tho remarkable skill of the one man builder in tho persou of J. B. Miller of Warsaw, Ills. The exhibition will be open tonight uulil 10 o'clock. Tomorrow from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m., Saturday special rates of ten cents will be established for all children. Take, your little ones to seo this most beauti-ful object lesson. AT THE HOTELS. Arrivals registered during the twelve hours ending at 2 p. m. today, Mktuopoutan A Pettlnger and T H Edlev, w ife and two daughters. Napa, Cal.: Chance McKeudrick, Park City; Charles K Bliss, Chi-cago. Uintah HotkiMc and Mrs J E Bacon, Waukesha, Wis.: Mrs J S Warrloch, Miss May. Frank W Shaw. Minneapolis: S A Lscock, W H Elwood. Kansas Cltv: Mr and Mrs S M Pulson. Taconm. Wash.: W S Cash, Phtla.; l)r aud Mrs V N Loomts. Birmingham. Conn.; Wm Mei'arroll, Ottumwa, Iowa; A Lechtu. Suscarora; W h Van Edclralh, Provo. ContinkntaiJ T Davis. Green Hiver' Wv.; Leo Heyman, New York: D Gamuian and Wil-liam H Young. San Diego; Munson D Alwater, Hloomliurteu, Ills., Charles E Sammond. Mil-waukee; Fred Ballon. New York: George T Hu If an. St Louis; J II Sinclair, manager for Rhea: H P Wheeler. Butte; D Daily. Denver; Miss Baker, Boston; George A Po'nttns. Co-lumbia City. Indiana: William Gelder, Glen-woo- Springs ; B E Henach, Chicago. Tiik Citi.i.kn Henry Shields. Park Cltv: Dr. S Allen Potter aud Mrs A P Bulger. Boston: W J Trophagcn. Ohio; Peter Hurvev, San Francisco; Howard Potter and wife. Cranston H Potter and wife, James Brown Potter and daughter. Misses Grace and Bertha Potter and Ashton Potter. New York: E B Radahaugh aud 'wife, Huntington, Ind: H Low. New York ; C B Aldrlch and wife. Seattle: p H Hochstetter, Omaha ; Edwin Davenport, Boston. Wai.kku House G M Kougeand son. Gen-eva, Switzerland; J A Bidwell. San Bernar-dino; George H Eaton and wife. Lawrence. Mass: OT Miller. Des Moiues: doe Hart. Miss Mollie Fuller, and Miss Annie Lewis of the Hallen & Hart company; C C M mixer. Chicago: ,1 N Blye and Mrs H C Blve. New York: B Frank Clapp. Philadelphia; I) T MeNlel, Ind : William Moller. V D Herthel and .1 Werner, wife and three children. New Yok; K A Colmrn, Chicago: V Washburn, Omaha; S M Kimyon and wife, San Francisco; C B Gold-smith, Cincinnati. Special Offer. I am authorized to offer, for a few days, S2ixl65 ft. on corner Fifth and I, with brick house four rooms, closet, hall, cellar, city water etc., for $4500. J. F. Jack, 235 S. Main street. Notice to Contractors. Bids for messenger service between tho postollice ami tho railway stations in this city will be received at the post-ollice ui to noon of Saturday, May 17th. The mails must be curried iii regulation wagons. Information ami blanks d on application at tho postollice. PEKSONAL. A. Keyset" and family will go east to-morrow morning. C J. S. Forney, recently from Marshall-town- , la., is here looking for a location for a mercantile business. Miss Ella Kote entertained a party of friends tit her residence last evening on Sixth South street. "Progressive hearts" was the amusement, and at the conclusion of the game refreshments were served. I). T. McNeil, of Kokoino, Indiana, is registered at the Walker House. Mr. McNeil is an old-tim- e friend of both members of the firm of Davis & Strin-ger, who will take occasion to make his visit to Salt Lake a pleasant one. Mr. McNeil is the representative of the Reeves Wood Split Pulley company, of Columbus, Indiana. " M. J. Silvia, a prominent mining man of Lake City, Colorado, and largely in mining in that slate, is in the city on important mining business. He is here to examine certain mines iu the vicinity of Tintic. He has just returned from an interesting trip lo Central America, where he carefully examined the gold fields of Niearara-gua- . fleeting. The carpenters' union No. 4N! will meet iu the K.P. hall on Saturday even-ing at 8 o'clock. My order of the com-mittee. J. M". Conxeks, Sec'y. Closing Out Sale or Hose ami Sprinklers. An outfit including 50 feet comp. hose and eouplitig and sprinkling nozzle, $4.50. Substituting standard hose, $0.25; white cotton hose, $7.75; best aceoua hose, $8.25. . A sprinkling stand and nozzle only $1.35. Salt Lake Construction Co., til First East street. A MoIher-ln-l,a'- s Trouble. Agnes Laurenz, an old German wo-man was lined $5 and costs this morning in Judge (ireenman's court for assault-ing a domestic by the name of (iustina Ken,. The complainant was August Jaeschke, a of Mrs. Laurenz. Jaeschke is a (ieutile, while the old wo-man is a Mormon, and as the latter has always been opposed to Jaeschke as a on account of their religion, she has beeu trying, it is claimed to gel her daughter away from him. While they were quarreling over the back yard fence the domestic' came out and interfered in some way, and Mrs. Laurenz gave her a beating with a broom. Wanted "Special agent"' for Utah, to repre-sent the Kansas Mutual Life Insurance Co. Guarantee salary to right mail. Call on or address B. H. Mann, mana-ger, 21 and 22, Culmer block. Salt Lake City. Investors, Attention. Why should you loan your money at 10 per cent when you can make ; per cent iu buying leu choice lots ;l:ix 140 feet each on Seventh West and Seventh South streets. Rapid transit line building past. For full particulars address owner, P. O. Box No. m Wanted. All kinds of second-han- d household goods at Etchisou &, Webers, 157 S. First East street. Ladies, don't fail to vit.it the New-Yor- Milliuery, 43 Wasatch building.