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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, June 12, 1904, Business Section, Page 13, Image 13',
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n I in Business.
industrial Development Is
i1 Keeping Paco With Rapid
Growth of City.
,ernmental Work in the Rcclama
0n of Arid land Promises Much
of Benefit to Utnh.
USINESS in retail lines, especially
' clothing and dry goods, showed
decided Improvement In Salt Lake
City lest week, according to Brad--t's
always conservative summary
lrade conditions Wholesale trans-.
on9 were also of a satisfactory
racier. Crop prospects are reported
!cnt, money firm and collections
'addition to tlie very favorable con-
W Editions thus set forth. It may be added
J.J ffllhat the industrial and building slt
H ffcatlon, the outlook for the continued
TBrapId Browlh of the city, has never
Ci'iRbfen more promising. While there is
Hno marked activity In unimproved real
S'R(jtate. the demand for a lot with a
-'froodern home upon It seems? insatiable.
frHKnnd In consequence of this demand
J H.Searl- every one who owns a vacant
Blot In a favorable location is either
..JiLIM!nc nr mnklncr nl.'lllH tO build.
, t fe Causes for Development.
illl I The reasons for th,s cP,dcmIc of lm
' - ' Sprovcment are every week becoming
A a more potent and urgent. The gap In
QJIjj the Ssn Pedro railroad, the closing of
I which will give Salt Lake City close
A communication with a Pacific port, is
4 I becoming rapidly narrower. "Work on
rfbS the Moffat line, which Is to open a
I new, rich territory close to this city,
u, Si l progressing favorably. The Oregon
Ueift I Short Line Is pushing work on Its new
7 I yards and shops, the completion of
fl 'which means that active construction
of a creditable union depot for the city
DIV vivlll be begun. Last, but by no means
J fill, f.UM, prospects for early operations on
'A 2 the two great Government irrigation
2 iprojfects which are to transform "Utah's
Srji? f "three principal " valleys into veritable
. M Bsrdere, arc almost dally becoming
j Reclamation "Work.
ta The Utah lake and Jordan river Im
m ,1 provement project will undoubtedly be
1? ! Pushed well toward consummation by
T f the visit of Morris Blen. head of the
11 i legal department of the Government
fn reclamation Fervlce. who Is here to
nBjnskc a personal lnnprtlon and advise
It-JM'Aith the local committee which has In
'lY- barce the arranging of a plan of ne
fowy foliation between the Government and
yBf the water-users. Mr. Blen even be
:lKMort: coming here wan quite well ac
(jcaKiijnainted with the situation In a gen
allfial way, and his Investigations thU9
JR' flr ave on'-' served to strengthen his
aH! filth In and encouragement of the
inwiiB. project. He has already expressed the
,K- op'nlon that on account of the absence
Jjp.f speculative Interests In the existing
r? canal companies there will be no legal
. -1 , obstacle In the way of the Government
? $ dealing with the organizations' as they
i 5 now exist a feature which will greatly
tlrapllfy the work of the general com
mW ,y mlttee and hasten the closing- of the
? r.tcessary agreement between the pnr
SmJI t. ties at lntt-reat.
!51 Jj Vast Governmental Improvement.
i So far as the Government Is eon
Km s cerned, It la displaying every' possible
mm j Inclination to push Its part of the
mm f. work on both the Utah lake project
mU i and the larger project which afTect9 the
mm Jlirw great valleyn. It only remains
' lor the people who are to be directly
$m wneflted to get together in the matter
J making the preliminary deals with
$ the Government for the work to be
WM i cone, and they are now displaying- a
A "mniendable disposition to do this as
f J promptly as possible.
j The two irrigation projects will make
: l'M e the intensified cultivation of a
Q i illlon acres of highly productive lands
.! " :! now only about one-third of
2n f v.3 .area 18 cultivated In a more or
II I s Indifferent manner. The farms
I s tos brought In would of themselves
l i,po,rl a cllJ' of Salt Lale City's pret
3 il,flz ln addition to this most re
Jit T ,f3 lasting of nil Industrie?. Salt
'.rtl 1 if ,bas 118 vcrv extensive mining In
'4ry,,4a,?,d Is getting the railroads to
SofK . . lhe nianufacturlnsr and com
ln""1 center whlch ,ta commanding
1 i-SSf1110" demands that It should be.
low ,,teT are of the reasons why
! rni.iLrikf City li' growing and must
jj i wntinue to grow, and why there lo no
" iS"1 t0 anticipate a dull season ln
J r COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
' 1 r TO HAVE PJEW HOME
. -gg L During the present year the buildings
mW-W the Collegiate Institute, near the
j K,r?t Presbyterian church on Second
- i- WjL li 8lreel be sold nnd the pro
KeCds wlU be lnvostcd ln a new build
' R'nS on the Westminster college grounds
' WI&mu 'eventh East and Eleventh
Kiu 8!r"ts- The new building, which
Mfbv- tl about 535.00. will be occupied
lRlhvi? Preparatory department of
' f Jiti .nCHJ.Ul1,1,ne i8 erocted Collegi
11 I 'n,Btltute will remain where It Is.
HlMerinn qtJlle weW lcrou-n. the Presby
S&?cle,ty' 7Mch controlH both the
eollfcSieu.,nst,lute aml Westminster
mmmtoZT,ch eventually are to be
'JJJHmi ua und2r the name of the latter
HbnnSVC ,"'n,,RWe 1,1 a f years a
jflilHta for rut,(?n of a vcry fi"e bulld
W1 Wot ibu 7estm,nstor colleS- A portion
?Rio buiM bcq"C8t ' already being used
coUeS Ka hand30me and commodious
A In i?PteI on Eleventh East street,
' 'Ihl cf, ?tan.?? weat of thc campus.
V-J - lus't rTn"1 w,n be cmpletcd in Au-
,uai wid, until lb is needed for collego 1
use. will be occupied by the Third
With the building of the preparatory
school building, which has Just been
decided upon by the board, a very good
start will have been made on the group
of magnificent buildings which Is to be
assembled on the extensive and sight
ly grounds of Westminster college.
WILL BUILD HIM A
HOME IN SALT LAKE
Alex D. Moffat, superintendent of the
Ontario mine at Park City, Is about to
have built for himself and family a
handsome home in this city, its location
being on Fourth South street, between
Second and Third East The house
will contain eight rooms and will be
constructed of red pressed brick, with
stone trimmings. The principal rooms
of the first floor will be finished In hard
wood. The building will be provided
with a hot-water heating plant and all
other Improvements required to make
it a model modern house. Its cost will
be about $5000. The pla.ns are being
prepared by Architects J. A. Headlund
SECOND SALE MADE
AT GOOD ADVANCE
Another deal of thc Scott-Strevcll
six-story office building on Main street
was virtually conmrmmated' yesterday
when the Strcvcll-PaterEon Hardware
company assigned to L. H. Farnsworth
the option on the property, received by
It from the Salisbury company, of
which O. J. Salisbury Is president. The
building was sold a few weeks ago by
the Scott-Strevell Hardware company
to the Salisbury company for a con
sideration of 565,000, and soon after
ward an option for a return sale to
the original owner was given. It Is
this option which Is now assigned to
Mr. Farnsworth, who Is acting for an
other person, a well-known capitalist
of this city. The sum of $10,000 was
paid yesterday for the option and the
remainder of the purchase price, which
in this instance is $75,000, will be paid
some day during the present week,
when the deal will be finally closed.
The building Is regarded as one of
the best-paying Investment properties
ln the city,
NEW STRUCTURES BUILDING.
New buildings are In course of con
struction or have Just been completed
for stockholders of the Union Savings
and Investment company as follows,
with cost and location: Sophia Hyde,
Fifth South and Seventh East, $1300;
Albert J. Hackwell, $1100; Roscoe W.
Eardley, Foster avenue. $1500; Joseph
R. Squires, Sixth South and Seventh
East, $1300; Malcolm MacDuff, $600;
Charles M. Lees, Fifth West between
Fourth and Fifth North. $1500; Martha
Hartman, Lincoln avenue, $1900; Elliot
N. Jordon, Sprlngvllle, Utah. $350; Ida
H. Brown, Third street between G and
H, $2100; Clarence Lees. Fifth West
street between Fourth and Fifth North,
$1500; F. M. SIddoway, GU South Fourth
East street, $1500; G. A. Linden, 1400
Windsor avenue. $1400; J. E. King,
Princeton avenue, $1800; Julius F.
Gertsch, Princeton avenue. $1500; Wal
lace Boden. Foster avenue, $1500; B. J.
Wilpon. 910 Washington street, $1200;
G. R. Shelton. Valarla avenue, $1300.
The new gent's furnishing house of
the L. G. Ransohoff company was
opened to the public yesterday.
L. D. Freed of the Freed Furniture
and Carpet company left yesterday for
an extended visit to the Eastern mar
kets. A "horseless carriage," constructed
entirely of tinware and other house
hold utensils, has attracted a great
deal of attention In one of the show
windows of the Keith-O'Brien store. It
Is very Ingeniously constructed and Is
a very fair counterfeit of a real devil
Building permits Issued during tho
L. H. Hanchett, Third and Second
streets, modern two-story brlck.$ 9,000
Lorenzo Snow, Seventh, between
K and L, brick cottage 900
Mrs. Harry Hilton, Sixth South
and Third West, frame addition 350
C. M. Woodle, rear 125 South
State, brick addition 150
D. L. Blyth. 317 West Seventh
South, frame store building.... GOO
Mrs. Bowman, Pear, east of Cen
ter street, frame addition 1,200
Charles Seyboldt, 19 East Third
South, brick 150
C. H. Ltnck, agent Ford hotel, al
Mrs. Anna Kolltz, Utahna park,
candy stand 100
C. L. Berry, North Main, between
First and Second North, modern
W. H. Rauch, 160 Laremle street,
frame addition 400
Samuel Ryser, Seventh West, be
tween First and Second West,
modern brick 2.500
IL W. Boden, Foster avenue,
brick cottage 1,500
R. W. Eardley, 850 Foster ave
nue, brick cottage 1,450
A. H. Snow, C, near Second
street, modern brick 4,000
Mrs. F. M. SIddoway, 644 South
Fourth East, brick cottage .... 1,500
Thomas D. Nlsbet, Cannon street,
between Ninth and Tenth WeBt,
brick cottage 800
William G. Ehlert, No. 7 Fair
mount avenue, brick cottage.... 1,000
William G. Ehlert, No. 7 Fair
mount avenue, brick cottage .. 900
Notes of some of the building opera
tions In charge of Contractor J. Don
nan Reavls are as follows:
Mrs. Anna S. McKcnna Is building
for investment a five-room modern
cottage at 14 Bellevue avenue, to cost
Brick work Is about finished on the
cottage home of Joseph W. Warburton,
on Seventh East street, between Ninth
and Tenth South.
The new $3000-resldence of Lorenzo
Jensen, on J street, between Fifth and
Sixth streets, is almost enclosed-
Robert M. Burt has moved Into his
new home on Wellington avenue.
William Rlshel Is occupying IiIb new
cottage at Ninth East and Eighth
Two new four-room cottages have
been completed at 451 Main street,
rear, for Olive Oltree and William Pow.
John McCaffery will soon occupy his
new residence at 12 Goodhue avenue.
The new cottage of Mrs. Julia Bren
nan, on Fifth West street, between
Fourth and T-ifth South, costing $2300,
Is receiving' the roof. '
George Anderson is building a four
room cottage, to coBt $1500, at Seventh
West and Clover streets.
Joseph Powers' new six-room resi
dence at Seventh and I streets, cost
ing $3500. is receiving thc Inside finish
George Bcntley is building a fine five
room cottage on Sixth East Btrcet, be
tween Eighth and Ninth South, to cost
Efforts to Get
ffloyer Out of Jail
Application for a Rehearing in Case
of Labor Leader Is Made
DENVER, June 11. An application
for a rehearing ln the case of
Charles H. Moyer, president of
the Western Federation of Mi
ners, who Is a military prisoner at
Tcllurldc and whose petition for re
lease on a writ of habeas corpus was
denied by the Supreme court last Mon
day, was made by Attorney E. F. Rich
ardson ln the Supreme court today. In
his application Mr. Richardson cites
the fourth, fifth, sixth and fourteenth
amendments to the Constitution of the
United States, and claims that the de
cision of the court allows the military
arm of the Government to hold Moyer,
ln violation of the terms of thc Federal
SPECIAL LARGE DIAMOND SALE.
(2 to 3 Carat Stones.)
Monday from 2 to G p. m. I will offer
the above at prices that cannot be du
plicated again. W. W. HALL,
Beautiful Castilla Springs
Hotel now open. Rates $2 per day
and up. Table d'hote meals, 50 cents.
Popular-price cafe. Special rates to
families and parties. For excursions
and further Information address J.
Myers, 57 South State. U. F. Vail,
AT THE HOTELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Cullen
hotel were; M. E. Pettlnger, London;
George Budsall, J. H. Eastman, R. H.
Eastman, Sydney; Mrs. Bertie Crow,
Jopiin, Mo.: Mi-s. F. C. Sandlsh, Wilkes
barre. Pa.; Lois L. Shardlow, Brook
lyn; Phrone Powell, Mrs. A. Colter,
Ella P. Colter, Cincinnati; Bernlce Oli
ver, Ethel Ven Crooks, New Orleans,
Eugene Stevens. Lcadvllle; G. S. Hayes
and family, Silver Lake; J. A. Mans
field and family, StookervIIle. O.; F.
W. Cole and son, Goshen: H. L..Bat$s,
New Zealand; A. S. Ripe, Dillon, Mont;
J. A. Bush, New York; A. G. G. Wilson.
Bingham; Agnes Austin and brother,
Lehl; David Delton, C. T. Bates, Gar
land; B. Crocker, E. S. Miller, Pueblo;
O. B. Duxter, Alamoso, Colo.; Charles
Kllngston and wife, Bingham; R. E.
Laycock, Grlnapa, Miss.; Mrs. J. A.
Robinson, Clear Lake, Utah, C. V.
Chipplnger, Miss K. M. Landls, Penn
sylvania; W. L. Eddy, Brlgham; Orsen
Bla(r and wife, Spring City; J. F. Brad
shaw, Canada; E. Pike, J. W. Larson,
J. R. Duff us. Clifton, O.; R. W.
Shrowdy, W. M. McCully, J. W. Davis.
Ogden; J. H. Marriott, Nevada; R. H.
Rlchanlon. Ely. Nev.; G. M. Leary, Wel
lington, N. D.; D. Brlggs and son, Den
ver; Jay Lewis and wife, Lake, Ind.;
James E. Addlcott and wife, New Orleans.
Must Pay Heavily for Accident.
BOSTON, June 11. An award of
$18,500 for the loss of an eye has been
secured in the Superior court by Miss
Bessie Dresser of Standlsh, Me. While
she was a passenger on a railway train
near Taunton a piece of metal fell from
the tender of an engine, broke the
window and destroyed the sight of one
eye. Allegations that the engine-tender
was In an unsafe condition were upheld
by the Jury.
ALL TEACHERS KNOW WHAT?
That the Burlington Route Is the best
line to St Louis, Chicago. Omaha, Kan
sas City and all points East We have
through car service to all these points.
Call or write for particulars, R. F. Nes
len, Genl. Agt, 79 We3t 2nd South St
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
Fare $1.25 for the round Leave
Salt Lake 8 a. m. Returning leave Cas
tilla 3:G2 p. m Good hotel accommo
dations. Plenty of shade In thc can
yon. Baseball and other sports. A
nice outing for everybody.
ACCUSED OF ROBBING
Robbery will no doubt be the charge
placed todav against Arthur Tew, who
was arrested last night by Police Of
ficer Selgfus. When searched at the
station Tew had three checks ln hla
possession, aggregating about $10, that
belonged to the Utah Stovo and Hard
ware company. Investigation by the
officers developed the fact that the
checks had been stolen from the post
office ln this city. The Utah Stove and
Hardware company's box had been
broken open and the police believe that
Tew Is the guilty party. A charge of
robbery will probably be lodged
against him today.
SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR-
It Can Only Be Had Where There Ij
Any man or woman who w&nts coft,
rloaay hair must be free of dandruff,
which causes falling- hair. Since It has
become known that dandruff is a germ
diseaae, the old hair preparations that
were mostly RcnJp lrritanto, have been
abandoned, and the public, barbers and
doctoru Included, have taken to URlni:
Newbro's Herplcidc. thc only hair prep
aration that kills the dandruff 6erm. 10.
Dodd, Dickinson, N. IX, navu: "Herpi
clde not only cleanses the scalp from dan
druff and provonta the hair fulling out
but promotes a new urowth. Horplcldo
keopo my hair very glossy. Sold by lead
, Ing druKRlato. Bend 10c. In stamps for
namplo to yho Herplcldo Co., Detroit,
I'ffj pgapigi rpkgi RSgi PSsPSI PtSl FpSI FK W 111
mmm WMwml Mli MM mm mM Mm Mi l
fjlOne" Week Special Removal SaielB
I NEW YORK CASH STORE I I
Carpenter work delays our moving another week. It is also Iffll
cents! our intention to reduce our stock, even at a loss, rather than mZzA
attempt to crowd our new quarter. PPjff f fl
m GREAT DISCOUNTS - - H II
gg IN EVERY DEPARTMENT DRY GOODS, LADIES' I SB
WEAR, MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES '. 1 Igl H
if As an extra buying inducement we offer for one week com- s I Kl2- II !!
I mencing tomorrow I pjjj
mmri it & ff ( Worth of American Sav-) 1 1 ff pfi ilil
H $5. i"S SUmps With . Xl 22 if
S T' ( Every ) Hrpr- I j
I Two Thousand Samples of Men's Underwear, Hose, b?0J Wi 1H
I Shirts and Suspenders at Actual Wholesale Prices. 1 HP
m i w- bartung. prp- j m ii
HS3 HiH BP ESS IP13 1KP II
Eiffel Ilil! mkm iiif Sla ISia wMIM i!y eHIH 11 tl
I Clothes To Keep You Cool j i
I And especially built for the hot-season purpose. Sacks with li nings and without, but all with the hair-cloth front and padded f
1 shoulders. Comfort in feeling, dignity in appearance, distinc tion in style, completeness in fit, backed by supreme quality 'M:J
1 what more can any man ask or the most notable custom tailo r give? To purchase Stein-Bloch smart clothes at a common- ' "jH
I sense cost is an opportunity. 'H
Jagjs t Two-Picce Suits ... $10 to $20 j
"J51f F Three-Piece Suits . . $10 to $30 j j 1
IJ3il4?t New Arrivals in Men's Straw Gi n (he 1 1
' "m Men's Negligee Shirts, $1 to $3.50
---Sf bj7 Men's night shirts, pajamas, half hose, underwear, neck- il'l
iC8Pv 'ptj' wear and everything in thc furnishing goods line. iir'l
I'Mfm''' At this tore you will find the correct styles at right
ijfH uJT Ss" ftV prices. We have no old, shop-worn goods to show you. ,
NIC0L & CRABBE CO. I
MAIN STREET. i jj H
READY! ARE YOU? Pa0 S-SnHPtV
You will be when you read the big ad. on 1 u
THE GREATEST CLEARING SALE WE'VE EVER HELD.
Starts Monday at 9 o'clock.
P. HUERBHeH & BRO.
Yesterday's record ut thc local office of
Iho weuthcr bureau:
Maximum temperature. GO degrees: mini
mum temperature. 40 dCkTeoa; mean tem
perature 6S decrees, which Is G degrees be
low the normal,
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since the first of thc month. 31 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 2-1 degrees.
Total precipitation from J p. m. to 0 p.
Accumulated rtcnclency of precipitation
since thc first of tho month. .15 Inch.
Accumulated cncchb of precipitation
slnco tho 1st of January, 1.09 Inches.
Temperature at Other Points.
Kansas City ;
Ixs Angeles '
Miles City S
Rapid City SS
San Francisco w
Spokano .. CO
St. Louis i
St, Puul ,s
The Keystone Express.
The popular low-fare train on Pcnn
aylvanla llnea leaves Chicago dally at
10:05 a. m., and has coaches and sleep
ers, Chicago to New York, without
change, for all classes of passengers.
Ask for tickets reading over the Pan
Handle route. For full information call
on or address George T. Hull, D. A.
Penn lines, Denver, Colo. Fare on this
train as low aa via any other line.
Purchasing Agent Designated.
WASHINGTON, June 11. President
Roosevelt today announced the ap
pointment of W. E. Cochrane, now ,
chief Inspector, to be purchasing agent
of the Postoftlce department, an office
created at the last session of Congress.
Tho appointment takes effect July 1.
The salary of the office Is $6000 per
Teachers for Logan Schools.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. June 11 Thc Board of Edu
cation met last evening In regular session.
Propositions to teach were made to tho
following: John D. Spolrs, Parley 13. Pet
erson, Charles E. Lindsay, C. T. Hirst.
Amy Fonnesbock. Mlnnlo Potorson, Agnes
Hansen. Mable Holiaday, Ida H. Potor
son and Rose LHJenqulst.
V. H. Apperlcy was tendered thc posi
tion of principal o the .Woodruff school.
FREE TO MEN l
f$ men w'll ve,,y few exceptions l l
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yhll through life. Many have abused this Ifiliil!
Jrir grand privilege and through dissipation fS& i
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jHwk-oSV ildcnce, can't face thc slightest dim- if'l&i Mmm
EHhL iTW. culty, have drains, losses, lmpotency, t
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DR. T. N. SANDEN, 997 Markot St., San Francisco. jfjjj
nnd Ariel F. Cardon was tendered the po
sition In the Ucnson school.
Pacific Const Dental Congress.
PORTLAND, Or., June 11. A com
mittee trom tho Washington Stato
Dental society is in attendance at the pljfhl
sessions of tho Oregon State Dental m I'M r
association, which are being held hero lH!i7Vi !l
this week, to arrange for a dental con- h!,ID
gress during the Lewis and Clark fair WiY UH
next year, to be known as the Lewis i-lTn I
and Clark congroas. U(J j