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TIMES, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 14, , 1890. 8 THE SALT LAKE SALT LAKE EYENING TIMES. The Tim L'olephone number is 481. The office tu ue Times is located at No. 12 Commercial street. General Delivery 80 a.m. 1o 610 p.m. Carriers' window :00 p.m. to 7:1)0 p.m. Bunday and Holiday hours... m. tu 1:00 i.m. Local me: in this oolnmn will be carried t 25 oents in u each insertion. MONDAY, APRIL 11. 181)0. Pabst Brewing Co! (Formerly PHILIP BEST,) il-w-tjkbe- ,. wis. Export, Bohemian, Hoffbrau and Select Blue BfSbon Keg and Bottled Beers shipped immediately upon order. THE FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED FREE DELIVERY! TELEPHONE 3651 B. K. BLOGH XCo., 15-1- 7 COMMERCIAL ST. ' ' Agents. Ml gSC0Tr Wo offer that fSPLENDID BUSINESS SITE, northeast corner of J; and North Temple streets, 115165 feet deep. PRICE, THREE HUNDRED COLLARS PER FRONT FOOT. And on Easy Terras. Beyond doubt this is the best purchase that be made, as this part of the city is looking up every day, Remember, is situated one block this side of the French Flats, costing $200,000, t erected at once, and only one block from the Zion's Savings bank build the land for which cost eighteen Hundred Dollars per front foot, CALL AND SEE DS BEFORE THE BARGAIN IS TAKEN. Hamm & Scott, Basement Walker Hou ,:I, S. JENSEfc mwm J Watclma.alser fc Tew?: fllf fM&i --A-lso A-gG-H't for Vi: f tor Bicycles. Be SOTIaX in tHe World. ' 22 E. 1st S. St Salt Laid The "north star" refrigerator is surpassed for cold, dimness and pn: of air; for sale only by the SaltL Hardware Co. e- - To Worklnginen and Employe! A Union Headquarters and L Exchange has been opened at mom Scott-Auerbac- h block, where all in: mation relative to the various t unions of this city will be funiisM workingmon, and whe're employers' be supplied with good men bylwv their orders there. By order of the Utah Federated Trades and Lu Council. 3t "North star" refrigerators art built on a scientific and common s plan, for sale only by the Salt L Hardware Co. VVorklnguien, Take Notice. You are cautioned against patw iug persons who handle cigars not N ing the Union label. By order of the Utah Feders Trades and Labor Council. Jim Jiggles' composition on the Thursday evening. The only reliable gasoline slow the Salt Lake Hardware Co. It will be a hard scramble for jc you do not go early and secure ; seats for Thursday 'night. '. Employers Needing Men. Auy employers wanting ret workmen should call at or send e to the Union Headquarters and L Exchange, where help will be furs; them free of charge. W. A. McKenzie, Mana UINTAH HOTEL, Commercial Street, on the Europem! This fine hotel, strictly first every respect is now oil'cring it: incuts to the local and traveling1 which cannot be excelled in the Central location. Restaurant in ncction for short orders at all hour French & The "North Star" sideboard r ators aro made of solid ash. lw1( carved, elegantly finished with ' plate mirrors, They aro very lve and better than 'any other si1 at the price on the market- - or only by the Salt Lake llaruw l'any. Shirts, collarsTandcufls finely j dried. Empire' Steam Laundry, mercial street. Telephone 4. Be sure and see tho gigglings Hardscrabble school. Dr. Lag gives a lecture on anatomy, with a fearful and wonderful skeleton, at the "Deestrict Skule." The boss hard-woo- d refrigerators at the Salt Lake Hardware Co. Jim Holrigglo's composition on the cow is wonderful for so small a boy. Don't fail to hear it, at the opera house llmrsday evening. Mechanics Wanting Employ"" All workmen' needing ciuploj will do well to call at the Headquarters," room 48 cn-bac-building. No fee is char?" anything. W. A. McKenzik, Man Hardscrabble is not graded. Pupils of all ages received Thursday evening. G oods called for and delivered. Em-pire Steam Laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 94. Skul1e'UttellUglj0y iU U,e "Deustrict Dou't forget the luniinatinf 1 star" refrigerators, at the M I Hardware Co. I Tho "north star" refrigerator never gets musty or sour after using, as it is filled with pure air imported direct from Peru; lor sale at the Salt Lake Hardware Co. To seo infant class at tho skule is worth the price of admission, The Salt Lako Liberal di"j and their new drum major. were out parading aud adverir"-Brow- &IIeffernan piano clu day evening. Messrs. Brown ft nan are enterprising young j men, and they deserve great cr the novel way of supplying g class pianos at $2 per week, w in between 5 and 8 p. m. and beautiful instruments, it will te-notome, and Brown & HeBn-ver-obliging. Join the club aP oue home to your family. $2 per week for a $500 iustni you can get it through the ciuo and no interest; they are tne Bro. instniments. guaranteed years. Office and warerooni -- mercial street. Salt Lake Novelty Manufacturing Company Knudson Bros. Proprietors. Tho above named firm has again resumed business after their loss by fire on Central street, January 8 last and are now prepared to do all kinds of gold, silver and mekle plating, also ox- - using, and all colors in French bronz-ing repairing in table ware aud h8 OIK1noveltT work, including no' seals, seal 'Fl01,Be oZrSr-badRe- fr "ty,1 city ami neatness and repairing done with dispatch. Refrigerators of the latest is. patterns, all sizes and prices, ai Lake Hardware Co. Are you going to skule night? ttV10 S2iabliC S'X"fme stove' Haliare It '"y at th Salt L"k TOO LATETcTcLAl7 WAXTED-- A BESPeLwBLF vnrve mercial Saving Tank builto ? 5 Com- - Lincoln Park Still leads. Look up its advs"1 fore buying lots in other adtli"1 C.E.Wa-t- . 201 Slam1- - WAISTS. If yon want help, If yon want to rent a hous If yon want to sell a lot. If yon want a situation, If yon want anything, Advertise in The Times "Want Column." CITY CIRCULATION. Tbh Times management is making every effort possible to have the papor delivered promptly and regularly in every part of tho city. Any com-plaint about the dolivory if sent to this office will be attended to at once. Friday's Hel Estate Transfers. J Busby to A E Busby, 4x10 rods lot 6 blook 36 pla H ' 80 D Houtz et al to C M Hammond et al, 13 rods bv 30 feet lot 3 block H6 plat A, First feoutb between North and Kant Temple 1 J Htarbuck to O A Harness, southeast one-hal- f section 81, township 1 north, range le " L D Kinney to V S Bascom, all of lot K) block 43, klnney & Gourleys inipr'vd Lplat M Schroll to S A Curtis, part of lot 3 block W7 plat A 3300 W 8 MeComick et al to B B Bitner et al 300 sq rods lot 7 block 10 plat K, Thir-teenth East bet Sixth and Seventh South HLA Ciilmer to J W YoungJIve-slxtb- a Interest In lot, ft, mining lode l,uui J H Brown to J 8 Young, all lot 31 blck 5 plat A, Went Lake tp iM C G Kimball to J O Kimball etal, 4x10 rods lot A blk W3 plat A 13 (1 St Clair to J M Uoodwiii et al. quarter section 38, township 1 n, range Iw 1 B Y Hampton et al to J Opennhawet al, lots 11 to 18 blk 1, Hampton's subdivl-Hlo- mn C A Harney et al to I J Starbuck. e quarter section 81), township 1 n, range le. L I) Dlimev to 1 ,1 Htarbuck, all lots 3, 7 and 10 block 33, Kinney & Gourley's plat 400 V E Barker et al to D M Schroll, WxU'i rods lot 3 blk 7 plat A - A H Mnvnn et al to J Fenwlch, all lot 14 blk 3. West Drive sub ',lu TMcEvoyetalto A 8 Kendall, all of lots Hi to block 10, City Park subdl-visio- n 1,,00 Elizabeth Smith et al to Rebecca 8 Ed- - wards, 3!axI0 rods, lot 6, block 71, plat 305 J H Brown et lii to J Cowley, all of lot 7 blk 4 plat A. West Lake tp " J II Brown to F Frontner, all lot 8 blk I plat A. West Lake tp la K A Suiith to Matilda Christcuseu, all lot u blk r, pint.I 3000 O F Culnier to H L A Culmer, lnt ill six mining cialms nOUO O F Taylor et al to J J Taylor et al, part lot" blk 77 plat A 1 J. ,1. Taylor et al. to Marv A. Kedlicld, part of lot block 77, Plat A 1 J. J. Taylor et al. to G. J. Taylor, partof lot 8. block 77. plat A 1 T. Hancock to Denver & Kio Grande Western Railway company, all of lot 8, section 83, township 1 north, range I west 35 O. Y. Peterson et al. toT. Morlnnneaux, 3x10 rods lot 9, block SB, plat D 2000 T. Morionneaux to Mrs. M. J. Young, 8 xtn rests lot 8. block Hft. plat D 2300 E. Heward to Itlo Grande Western Rail-wa-company, northwest quarter of section 1, township 4 south, range 1 West J. I. Shrech to Klo Grande Western Railway company, southeast quarter of section 4, township 3 south, range 1 east D. H. Wells to Klo Grande Western Railway company, southeast quarter of section 4, township 3 south, range 1 east 400 8. B. Westerfleld et al. to K. D. Swan, 40 x50 feet, lot 3. block 5S, plat A (Third South, between West and East Tern- - pie 17,000 W. Salbleld to G. Goussen, northeast quarter of section 33, township 1 south range I east A. H. Cannon et al. to J. A. Adams, northeast quarter of section ID, town-ship I north, range 1 west 4000 E. Heeuey et al, to L. Sanders, 4x7 rods lot 3: block 83, plat (1 8400 Total 9S,)1 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE A Lively Session of the Board Held at the Office of Secretary Montgom-ery This Morning. A VEEY GOOD SHOWING MADE. More Property Wanted Than Offered Money Plenty Building Boom-ing Notes Etc. Of the sixty-fou- r members of the real estate exchange twenty-fou- r met to do business at 11 :!t0 today. Tho meeting was a hummer and those who were ab-sent missed a good thing. The ex-change is organized to stay and every-body should attend. The business this morning M as of a most promising character; there were more wants than oilers. One gentleman desired a corner near Fourth South on Fifth Fast NMxlbTj or 105x100, on which to put up a building at ouee. Tho property must be a corner. Tho demand was supplied by a corner on Fourth South and Fourth East. Another oiler was made of a corner on Sceond South and Fifth East. A demand for a pieeo of property on North Fifth South west of Seventh East was also listed. Tho property must bo a corner about !Jx7 rods. Ono dealer wanted a 041x100. on Third South and Sixtli East. This was supplied. Another wanted a small house on North Temple and First West, at a cost not to exceed $5000. This also was sup-plied. J. T. Donnellan offered $12,000 at 10 per cent for two years. Tho exchange as a whole was greatly pleased at this as it indicates that plenty of money is to bo had. Another member said ho wanted a house on North Temple and First North. Ho did not get it but probably will. II. 13. Cole submitted a plan to estab-lish an exchange rental agency providing tho exchange would assist him in tho matter. This was favorably considered and will doubt-less bo a good thing. Mr. Colo will transact all business of that character thus affording the other members a chance to get rid of a bothersome mat-ter. At present the business is so di-vided that no money can bo made out of rents. Under tho head of offers was the fol-lowing: Lot 4, block 107, plat I), be-tween Eighth aud I streets, $1000; cash $3000, balanco in ono year. This offer brought up a discussion as to how long it held good. It was de-cided that all offers should hold only for tho meeting at which they were made, unless specially ordered. Saturday's transfers footed up to $110,000 in round numbers, being a slight increase over tho previous days. It is , believed that the sales will greatly increaso during tho coming week. Some of tho deals nitido were of considerable magnitude, among them being tho following: Lots 15 and 10, block 8, plat A. Westlake ad-dition, $10,000. F. V. Little was the purchaser. A piece of property iu lot 8, block 2S, plat F, sold for $12,000 to II. A. McRoe. Several other good sales were also made. lSuilding is looking up, work having begun on tho $350,000 building of Kel-se- y & Gillespie. , Tho East sidu hotel is waiting for material aud other build-ing interests are being rapidly pushed. Saturday's Real Estate Transfers. J J Dunyon et al to A Dunyon. north-east quarter of section 8, township 4 s, range lw 1 J W Dunvon et al to .1 J Dunyon. north-west quarter of section ID, township 4 s. range 1 w 1 J U Kimball and wife to A J Ross, MxlO rods lot fi block Wl plat A 25,000 A M Coulter to J S Bond, 10 rods x 4'i'i feet, lot 9 block 15 plat A 2100 W O Orglll et al to F Ooalter. northeast quurter section IS, township 3 s, range le 300 J Jensen and wife to F Coulter, north-east quarter of section IS, township 3 s, range 1 e 885 J S Splllett and wife to J K Walker, northeast quarter section 15, township 8 s, range t e 10,000 L L Archer et al to D A Shlley et. al. all lots a and 45 block 8, Archer & Kullak su,b..d........ ...... 600 Tl U T 111. ..'. u.,.iif..n u. township I it. range 1 w 18,000 J H Hrowu and wife In A A Kin, all lot block 14 plat A. West Luketown.... 17 J O McAllister to J W H Roberts, south east quarter section 34, township Ss, ' range I w 1000 P Larson and wife to A G Bast, WixSO rods lu section al, township 1 s, range M w 1350 J. If. l.inck to K. W. Little, all lot 13, block 14. five acre plat A 10,000 J H Brown et al to D Dnncomb. all lots 15 and 16, block 8, plat A, Westlake town 25 J H Wbalou to I Langlon, all of lots 33 and 33, block .'IS.., .... 300 A J Varnoy to A II Parsons, 3! jxlO rods, lot 1. block HI, plat D 1500 G 11 Phillips and wife to,I P Phillips, . all of lots 31 and 31, block 37, plat H, Westlake town 150 J i I Ihown et. al to G H Phillips, all of lots. 'II and 31, township 1 south, range 3 west 10U0 A Thorstod to A A Jones. 40xS0 rods, section Xi, township 1 south, rango 3 west. 1000 Ann Hart to W E Pack, jr., SxlOrods, lot 4. block 73, pint D 3000 K Morris et al. to Utah Mattress Mima-fac- t tiring company, lot 3, section 35, township 3 south, range west 5000 S 1 flawson et al. to 11 A Partridge, all or lot (I. block 43. ten acre plat A I L P Kelsey to T J Dorses, lots I and 5, block 1, Kelsey & Gillespie's subdivi-sion 1350 A S Moss et at. to J II Moss, lot 1, block 33. Garden City plat U 500 J G Kelt and wife to D Yeursley, S.8 rods, lot 7. block 51, nlat 0 3300 Elizabeth Nelliaur to N Nelbaur, all her right ill A. Ncibaur's estate 1000 F S Kenistrom to A J Dahlqulst, all of lot 16, block OS, Kinney & Gourlay's improved plat 300 C E Webb, jr.. to A T Webb, of lot 7, block S7. plat !.... 3500 O Groshell to A Fullmer, nil of lot 3), block 7, Muscarine subdivision 300 A M cannon et nl. to M It Wyker, all of lots, block 4. plat J 3tW0 A M Cannon to L Kail, all of lot 4, block 4. plat J 300 A M Cannon to R F Hanua, all of lot 3, block 4. plat .1 MlSOO T 8 MogeusUin U H A McRoa. part of lot 3. block 3S. plat F, Tenth East, be-tween Second and Third South 13.000 G M Scott, mayor, to J W Stevens, nil of lot 13. block IS, plat A 16 T H Woodbury and wife to E B McLel- - land. 3'5xW rods, lot 8. block 31. plat A 1,000 N Kasmnssen et a I. to J W Carrigan et al., 3x1'.. rods, lot block 14. plat B.. 600 N E Davis to L G Rowen, all of lots U to 13. North Inglcwood 1,800 E II Peirce aud wife to J T Dounellau, all ol lots II to ir. block 1, Park View addition 9,500 G Bagley to T lhi'- -' y. northwest quar-ter section 33, i asblp 3 south, range least 1 J H Grifllths ot ai. toT Bagleg, north-west quarter section. 33. township 3 south, range I east 5 J H Griffiths et al. to.) Lyon, northwest quarter section :id, township 3 south, range 1 east 6 J J Dunvon to J W Dunyon. northwest quarter section 13, towhship 4 south, range 1 west ! J J Dunyon to Louisa J Dunyon. south-west quarter section 7, township 4 south, range 1 nest 1 Total tnt.m COMING EVENTS OK THE WEEK. TUESDAY. City Council. Miss Ida Zenoma Gray's elocutionary enter-tainment at Salt Lake t heater. I Annual convention of Christian Endeavor societies. WEDNESDAY. " A Night Oft," by tie Daly company, Salt Lake theater. Open meeting of carpenters in Temple of Honor hall. THURSDAY. "An Arabian Night," by the Daly company, Bait Lake theater, FRIDAY. Prof. Younger's Exhibition and ball, Salt Lake theater. A NE W I'OWEB COMPANY. It Files Articles of Incorporation for the Purpose of Doing Business at Ogden. The Ogden Tower company is a new corporation with a capital stock of $250,-00- whicli liled articles of incorpora-tion with .Secretary Sells this morning. Tho new power company will do business in Ogden, and is organized for an existence of lifty years. Tho pur-pors- e of tho company as indicated by its natno is to furnish motive power for propelling all kinds of machinery for manufacturing and industrial pursuits. It will also build, equip and operate electric street railways, maintain elec-tric light machinery, and other things. Tho incorporators aro Clifton E. Mayno, O. D. Banks, J. J. Sullivan and E. M. Allison, jr. The articles also set forth the manner in which elections of tho company are to bo held, how the directors shall be chosen and tho like. ready to vouch that the "Deestrict Skulo" is the most mirth-provokin- g thing extant. Active preparations are now in prog- ress for one of the most interesting and amusing performances ever given by local talent or by professionals for that matter. The entertainment is to bo aciven under tho auspices of St. Mark's sruild, and will be presented at the opera Thursday, April 17. The company will iucludo a largo number of prominent people, aud those who have attended .the rehearsals aud survived the fun are toipimest. A Circular Prom Pekin Calling for Fi-nancial Aid and Assistance ed in Salt Lake, WILL FIGHT THE EXCLUSION BILL. A System of Eetaliation on the Part of the Celestials to he Adopted if the Measure Becomes a Law, Tho proposed Chinese exclusion bill is causing great commotion among the celestials not only in America but in the Fowery Kingdom. The Chinese papers are full of articles relating to tho matter aud aro urging tho Mon-golians in chargo of tho government to see to it that American residents in China bo treated as are Chinese in the United States. Nor is all. An organization has been formed iu China looking to the protec-tion of those who have come here to live. A circular was recently issued to tho Chinese residents of tho United States aud Canada, copies of which have been received here. One of these was yesterday posted on a tea store a few doors below The Times office and was eagerly perused by the China-men. Although the document is in Chiucso ' characters a re-porter succeeded iu obtaining a translation which is as follows: "To all childrcu of China iu the land of tho United States resident, greeting by Hop Wall Le. Wung Ling Kong, Hop Kee, llop Woh Kee, Ah Ling, board of rules, society of Protection of the Child-ren of tho Siin. We learn great regret congress United States America bill to Chinese exclude propose. That Chi-nese will keep out. Society Protection Children like not that idea and wish all Cinnamon help bill not become a law. All children take money send Quing Seng Teng Washington so cau help friend Chi amen defeat bill. Not like Chinamen kept out America. American come China, welcome lie. Stay China long as please, but now American not wanted. Him go out liuist. All children Amer-ica in say must, Chinamen him stay in America elso American stay him not in China. Then American congress not sav Chinaman him go. llated Pekin, China, in vear of Sun 12,000 by Hop Wah Lee, Wing Lung Kung, Hop Kee, Ah Ling." TJjh import of this circular is plain. Ths Chinese mean retaliation and in the event of the pending exclusion bill pass-ing, will in all .probability insist upon all Americans residing in China leaving, They, however, manifest an intention to try and prevent the passage of the bill by fighting it 'with money, and hence call for subscriptions. Quong Sing Teng,. tho party referred to in the circular is an old at .ache of tho legation at Washington, and a man thoroughly conversant with the methods of Ameri-can legislation. He has the matter in charge and doubtless ho will receive large sums of money. Salt Lake City can present a curious coincidence. About the hour that Con-gressman Randall died in Washington, a sou was born to a family of that name in this city. LA1IOK NOTES. L'nlon Headquarters and Labor Exchange Established. Tho project mentioned a few days since in The Times, of establishing a Union headquarters and a labor ex-change has culminated today iu an office being opened at room 48, Scott-Auerbac- h block. The business is con-ducted under the supervision of the Utah Federated Trades and Labor Council, and will embrace one delegate from each of the trade unions of the city. These delegates will see to all the business connected with their own unions and will make it a point to find work for their men when in need of it, and employers will be asked to call at tho "headquarters" whenever they may require help. The office will be in charge of Mr. W. A. McKenzie, who will also represent the carpenter's union here, and he will make it a point to keep the offtco open all day for the accommodation of em-ployers and employes. No fee is to be charged either party, and as no expense attends the business, , this labor ex-change must bo very highly appre-ciated, as employers can depend on be-ing supplied with reliable mechanics at all times, free. ' An open meeting of Local union, No. 489, of the United Brotherhood of Car-penters and Joiners of America, will be held iu the Temple of Honor hall Wed-nesday evening, April 16, 1890, at 7:30 o'clock. Good speakers aro expected to be on hand to discuss the situation respecting the need of an advance iu wages and a reduction of tho hours of labor in the carpenter trade of Salt Lake City. Every carpenter in the city is invited to come and learn something to their advantage. The fee for joining the union will bo raised from $3.50 to $5 after May 1st next. A Musical Entertainment. New York, April 14. Special. A reception and musical entertainment iu aid of the Pect memorial fund, was given today under the auspices of the Empire State association of deaf mutes. LOCAL BREVITIES. ' Bodega Family Wino house, 10 Com-mercial street. Nectar bourhan and Nectar rye, niuo years old, one dollar per quart bottle. A meeting of the James B.'McKeun post G. A. ft . will be held tonight at grand army headquarters. The Rev. Jones of Omaha, has arrived in this city, and will in future occupy the pulpit of the First M. E. church. The directors of the chamber of coin-nierc- o will hold a meeting tomorrow night at whicli many matters of im-portance will lie considered. August Bullcnkamp, captain of the, MoriU Hussars, was last night pre-sented with a handsome gold cane by a Dumber of his German friends. Tho funeral of Mrs. I). H. Morey, tho lady who died so unexpectedly lit the Cuflen hotel Friday morning, will take placo today. The'husband of tho un-fortunate woman is now in Salt Lake. A drunken Chinaman was run over yesterday afternoon at the intersection of Second South and Main streets. Tho Mongolian was not injured, as tho horses were going at a slow rate of speed. By an unfortunato error in the ar-ticle of Colonel Margotts in Saturday's issue tho word President appeared as old in sneaking of Brigham Young. In-stead of "old Brigham Young" it should havo read "President Young." . An exciting runaway occurred this morning at 8 o'clock down First South street. It was a double team attached to a carriage, and ns tho horses turued tho corner at tho Valley house a wheel of tho vehiclo was wrenched off on the raiiway track. Tho driver was also in-jured. The Liberal band has a new leader. C. A. Jones has retired from that posi-tion, and now Major Kent is tho leader temporarily until ho or some one else is appointed permanently. When tho , directors of the board nioot the Sunday concert question will bo settled. On May 1st tho stonecutters and plas-terers of Salt Lake City will ask for tho inauguration of tho eight-hou- r move-ment. The stonecutters want a 50 cents per hour rate for an eight-hou- r day, and the plasterers ask lor almost the name thing, vi.: $5 for a ton-hou- r day. Tonight the thirty-nin- e workingmon that signified their intention of becom-ing members of tho Hodearriers and Laborers' Union two weeks ago, will be initiated at the temple of honor hall. Any ono that is drawing wages or a salary, and is not a member of any local union, can become a member. David Owens, an aged pauper and a paralytic, was found lying near Fol-som- 's lumber yard yesterday, having fallen over an embankment. Ho was picked up and sent to St. Mary's hos-pital. It is claimed that tho Ogden po-lice gave him a ticket for this city and put him on a train that brought him here. ' Tho military order of. tho loyal legion will hold a meeting tomorrow night, in their executive hall. It is tho t wenty-tift- anniversary of the organ-ization of the order, and will be cele-brated iu Philadelphia and other cities , where tho order has been organized. There are but about, twenty members of the order in Salt Lake and they tire not organized, but they will got together and celebrate the 'anniversary. Friends of Joseph Fisher, a private in the Sixth infantry, who deyerled a few yours ago with a companion named Smith, and who together with the latter stole a team of horses, and who are now doing three years each, will ask President Harrison to pardon Fisher. . Smith was sent to prison for one year and then got three years for deseriion. Fisher's three years in the pen are up iu May, and unless the president par-dou- s him he wH also get a three years' dose at Leavenworth. What, shall I do to be saved? asked John of his wife Mary Ellen, and as she was well posted in worldly affairs she told John to go to the Bodega and buy the Monogram Wines so noted for their purity and strength, aud when ho got thero ho saw how lino their Nectar Whiskies we, so ho sent Mary Ellen to her neighbor,. Mrs, Murphv, an she in turn told Mrs. Schmidt and so last Sat-urday they were all together saunter-ing homeward with their baskets lilled .with Monogram Ports, Slienied, An-gelicas, Muscatelles so good and pure at' CO cents per quart bottle; and of course there was no telling how many bottles of Nectar Rye they had for their old hubbies. Ladies and geullemen, remember the Bodega. 19 Commercial street. The seeoud annual convention of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor in Utah will bo held on Tues-day. The convention will hold an after-noon session at the First Cougi etioual church at 2 o'clock, when short ad-dresses will bo made. A children's meeting will be held at the same place at 4 p. m., with a crayon talk by Miss " Hattie E. Turner and an address by Rev. Dr. Clark. At 7:20 an cuing meeting will be held at the M odist church. The music will be ! by a chorus choir of fity voices, with special selections by a double male quartette. ' Dr. Clark, who organized tho lirst Soci-ety of Christian Endeavor nine years . ago, will deliver the address. All are especially invited to attend this Tues-day evening meeting. TO C'ROMH JORDAN. The West Slilo Kapld Transit Company Or-ganized and Olltcers Elected. The West Side Rapid transit Railway company lias been organized, directors and officers elected. A meeting of tho gentlemen interested iu tho construc-tion of the electric railway for the other side of Jordan river was held at the office of Edwin Senior, iu the Culmer block. J. G. Jacobs was elected chairman of the temporary organization and M. F. St ur-ges was chosen secretary, who stated the purpose of the meeting. Articles of incorporation of tho new company were read and finally adopted. Tho next business in orderjwas the dis-posal of tho stock, and tho following named gentlemen are the subscribers: J, G. Jacobs, 40 shares; Edwurd W. Senior, 100; J. D. Shafer, 100; Henry Haynes, 40; F. Beyle, 40; B. A. M. Froi-seti- i, 40; F. Senior. 40; E. F. Jones, 40; J. II. Brown, ' 40; M. F. Sturges, 40; A. S. Clark, 40; R. Porter, 40; Ralph Zwicky, 20; James F. Marshall, 40; T. A. Davis, 40; A. J. Diitton, 40; A. G. Bast, 40; J. McKeage, 20. The amount of the capital stock is $20,000, of which 10 per cent has already been paid. The election of a board of seven di-rectors resulted in the selection of tho following gentlemen: T. A. Davis, Ed. W. Senior, F. Boyle, J. G. Jacobs, B. A. M Froiseth, Ralph Zwieky and James F. Marshall. This concluded tho business of tho stockholders, where-upon tho meeting adjourned. The new board of directors was then called to order, aud tho following off-icers were duly elected for the ensuing year: T. A. Davis, president; J. G. Jacobs, B. A. M. Froi-seth, secretary, and Ed. W. Senior, treasurer.' The secretary was thou placed under bonds of $500 and the treasurer $25,000. The west side people cau now con-gratulate themselves on soon having an electric railway system. STRANGE AND ERRATIC Doings of a Man Who ig Known In Salt Lake. Sr. Paul, Minn., April 14. Walter Lorraine's (alias Thomas H. Lithgow-late- , who was arrested for failure to pay his bill at the Ryan) real name is Thomas L. Sate, and outside of his ex-cellent family connection, his many swindling schemes have made him fa-mous. His father was a Yankee, whose adventurous spirit, when young,' led him to foreign climes and he amassed a largo fortune in shipping. He met a beautiful Spanish girl of pure Castiliau blood, and married her after a romantic series of adventures to outwit the family and church. This lady was Sale's mother and from her he obtained his Spanish address and appearance. He inherited from his father con-siderable means, but quickly went through it. He was then thrown on his own resources, for his dead parent, knowing his failing, had left most of his fortune to his eldest son. Thomas fell in love shortly after his father's death with a Boston girl,, not his equal, socially, aud the family uever reeog-nize- d her. This wife he took to New York and has had three children by her. Finally his elder brother, who was in San Domingo in tho sugar business, sent for Sate and offered him nn intir. est in the business, which was accepted gladly, for it gave him a chance to get away from his wife, whom he was tir-ing of. It appears that he and his brother subsequently quarreled, aud Sate returned to the United States, whore ho resumed his sensational and erratic career. Sunday Services. ; Elder Wm. Spry was tho first speaker at the tabernacle yesterday, his theme being tho duties of the members of tho church in spreading the gospel. Abrain Cannon discussed on the subject of heathen conversion. When a man knew nothing of the divine law ho would not be condemned for his ignor-ance, but if he, after being told, refused to obey tho councils of wisdom ho would surely bo lost, The remarks of Mr. Cannon wero very able in their character. Charles Ellis delivered a lecture on the four cardinal points of Morniouism at the federal court room last night. In two weeks Mr. Ellis will lecture on the "Sunday Newspaper" cither in the court room or opera house. At tho First Presbyterian church last night a uuion meeting was held prepar-atory to the convention of tho Young People's Socioty of Christian Endeavor which commences tomorrow night. St. Mark's boy choir visited tiie peni-tentiary yesterday afternoon in com-pany with Rector Putnam and Miss Prout, their directors, to hold religious services. Tho Y. M. C. A. held a gospel meet-ing in the federal court room yesterday. There wero nearly 100 young raeu present. CUT HIS THROAT. A Swede Commits Sulolde With a Knlte and Bottle of Whiskey. Miles Lundberg, a Swedo 85 years of age, committed suicide yesterday by cutting his throat with a pocket knife, and died last night at 9 o'clock at St Mark's hospital. Lundberg attempted suicide in a closet at tho northwest corner of Liberty park. His home was at Park City and it is said that he was a miner by occupation. No reason is given, for tho man taking his own life, but just a few minutes be-fore lie plunged the, dagger-lik- e blade of his jack kuifo into his throat he had taken a drink of whisky which had beeu gotten at a neighboring saloon. TJio police seem to think that if Lundberg had been a little more patient that ho would have died without having to cut his own throat. Some of tho liquor was left iu a bottlo and everybody was afraid to touch it. ; ' It is supposed that Lundberg lay in the closet at least two hours in an in-sensible condition before ho was dis-covered. The police were summoned aud in au ambtilaneo the dying man was removed to, 'St. Marks hospital where Dr. Hall was called and sewed up the gash. In tho afternoon the sur-geo- u thought thero wero hopes of the would-b- e suicide's recovery, but ho died at 9 o'clock. Lundberg was very ordinarily and commonly dressed. He leave a purse containing a $10 bill, a few silver coins and a silver watch. The remains are now in tho hospital dead house awaiting the action of the coroner. HAS TO GIVE VP HIS WIVES. At Least One Polygninist Will not he With Them for Six Months. James Latham, a polygamist, was given six months imprisonment and lined tho costs of tho prosecution of his case, this morning in tho federal court. He had previously pleaded guilty to tho charge of having a plural wife, and Judge Zane imposed tho sentence. Latham resides in tho Sixth ward and the specific charge against him was un-lawful cohabitation. His attorney asked tho court for mercy, saying that he had never been guilty of any other felony. v In pronouncing sentence tho court asked Latham if ho intended in future to live in accordance with tho laws of the United States, and inquired if he had anything to say. "No sir, I guess my lawyer has said all that is necessary, but I will try to live up to tho laws as much as my prin-ciples will admit." "How many wives havo you?" asked the court. "Two," was tho reply. "When were you married to them?" "I was wedded to my first wife in 1855, and to tho second in 1882. I have lived with them until the past year, and havo four children by the seeoud." "Have you any menus." "None except a homo for each of my families." "If you are unable to say that you will not respect the laws of this coun-try, I will havo to give you tho full ex-tent of tho law for imprisonment, and you will also stand committed until the cost of the prosecution is paid." And the Mormon was takeu to prison. ABEKNATHY & UR.VNDES, BO W. Third South St. Offer for sale: 6x8 corner on Seventh South, house, $5500. 5x9 on 2d E, Oth South, brick house 4 rooms, $0700. 8x10, house 5 rooms, line orchard, plenty water, close in, $4500. 6x10 Oth South, $6000; $1000 cash, bal-ance to suit purchaser. 5x10 on 1st near S. 5 room house, water and orchard, $3500. 4x6 4th S, E 8d, houses, cheap. 2JxO 4th st. house 4 rooms, $4000. SJxlO 6th S, near Main, 8 room frame house, bath room and closets. A bar-gain. 30 A, F. Bench, $1000 per acre. 10 A milo west of Jordan river S $1500. 47 A 7 miles S, finely improved, water right from both Cottouwoods, easy terms, $300 per acre. Call and examine our list. Remember the place 26 west Third South. They Were Living Together. John Thompson aud Mrs. J. C. Eg-bert will be given a preliminary hear-ing tomorrow afternoon before Com-missioner Morrell. Both are charged with adultery aud unlawful cohabita-tion. Mrs. Egbert deserted her hus-band last February to live with Thomp-son. William Thompson, jr. caused their arrest. They are now under bonds. The Or'snd Hull Ion Output. The total ore and bullion output for the week ending April 12 was as fol-lows: Twelve curs bullion, 820,398 pounds; 6 cars lead, 167,920 pounds; 9 cars of copper matt. 230,540 pounds; 81 cars silver and lead ore, 2,978.180 pounds. Total 108 cars, 3,098,044 pouud. WU1 Entertuiu Excursionists. In relation to tho proposed summer excursions the members of the chamber of comnierco and the real estate ex-change will meet some time tomorrow as a conference committee to determiue upon some plau for excursions and the entertainment of those who come here from the east.