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l-PAVMQTG'SEPTEMBER2G'190f-' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. page eh , , .fl
-aPA'v ...t sell At once: thoy
"HS&t toS monthly. Seo
s5mK. 11th East, for $200:
& Sco mo for
jio?ERdH2rofm' houses on
tw.i ie i. "i j st3. Honest
Ir- irf.?nnrlcc A7 McKellar
honest Prlcc' JV- alSG5
inn hand right now.
Tyrt "L! so East. 5-room.
lflf Va terms only 200.
Jy' AS? ami only J2C00.
te?'s homo, large .-r-
rIT estate inv. co..
JEjjhlaln; rod ball signs.
'KifTnBAl. ESTATE AND
JisVconfl South Bt.
A-fujll 'fclepbono Co Inq. g
Lm aab. 3:185
TMERN BRICK. 4 RMS.,
tellar. close In, on east side,
v., wccllmt location. ?1250; lot
Vth Emit. J240O.
r. Managers R. E. Dept.
gfflo, 02 W 2nd So. Teh
fmC BUY OR SELL,
acted the fact that
rralcjt all errors In title.
ra dtall of purrhaso or sale,
iHfr Abstract Qo.. Inc.
lit So., under Doscrct Ba.ik.
rTVlE BARGAINS. U. P. R,
Itl Wills, 15 V. 2nd So. mI837
jILL SELL 20 LOTS AT $100
joints Pr month, no Interest;
L 7:i beautiful lots are located
end's, of the 6th East drive, be
er!; pirk. Jusl above 12th South,
itas'M countrj You can make
e-e sroflt on these lots at once.
iC'tixe to mako a small invost
y jw t'lgr money. Think of It,
suth. $19 cash. 5 per month on
tiixa, as they won't last long
: J. Utffcs, S10 Atlas block. al522
13 THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
;Lf! or speculation; then? la
c U a advance soon. We havo
til parts of the city, and sell
stir terras. Don't fall to sco us.
lifcTMtmtnt Co.. TS W. 2nd So.
ill MODERN BRICK. NEW.
rj Jed, S. JI200
jDrieni blck., E. 2nd So., J30C0.
itftk.. S. E J24M
itv-itm brick. E. Waterloo, $1900
itrfcfc, J15C0. ilCO cash, $15 per
i r3-c brick, 1500; $250 cash,
W Investment Co., 7S W. 2nd So.
EKE REALTY COMPANY.
IK isi 17. Over Walker's Bank.
(J Pho-es ISv-k
frjiC-room modern, lot 5x5 rods,
Itf lam, located on an avenuo
I: East anil Cnd South. Very cheap
;:I-BMJ. Small cash payment,
ztezt We?t 2nd North, $1503.
Ward brick, new. 6th East,
jad. frame. Sth E and Sth So.
Jlrlclc cement basement, 11th So.
teie a 7-rcom pressed brick,
ircd'm, on .Sth East, near 7th
Pi nit you. The best bargain
w: mro J30. easy terms,
j F M. H3WELL, Manager.
CA.V MAKE $2ton IN A SHORT
m bur the iioom mod. 2-story
-K on 3rd East near 12th
,y 1 acre of ground, for $-1000.
r -1,2? t0 "u"d It just a
Hiiu-ais' c,an mako reasonable
for a ncat 5 or C-room
b mFr, onLr tnc nnest rcsl
j"N i Trcod, floors to match. On
L:!.r;n,ai":)0m modern brick cot-;te-H
' S.l8 for cooking, etc.
ft all under inwn. The
unnt-claai repair and the price.
SaT?fcL.cot,aB on P st..
vtry cheap nt $2230.
lat,1So'h. an up-to-f.
residence, with every
Mwtt n maUc vcry
SSScl?.?111 Soulh' beautiful,
jjwck cottage. J18W. $G cash.
fefe;10 "shts, water
ft pcr month, on
lv ,,n k.Q3t. $11(0
Wif,0" tho corner 4th
jj 13 cjt. 2 or -1 lota;, will sell
Ut U Vcst 1st South st Both
f1 18 alley. Good. WCst side lo
;i tlSO.00. '
Lo5,?n 7th West, near
rv1TctTitI sh Pa'mcnl, easy
He In Waterloo dls
L() cah oh,.!U!t and cth a"d
P low mt'e inty mon'ly pay-
' no.w. "
5' RKASTATE INV. CO..
0R-. TiFlrT AND 3RD
W.SSL" th South.
Lfe11 ranch rnV In,Vt;BtlBate.
bo house, barnfl,
uSfckken mnClty PrPorty,
!lyUW, rtlnch. completely
Bn?'' tVU l n" 1C, nice
iff ,caEh. bal. S10 mo
RSymcnS nt- bet- 'l" and
POR SALE BEAL ESTATE.
rnYU, WA.NT A FINB HOME, 7
IZ J? modorn house, large lots, lino or
chard, lawns, cement walkn, call at first
house Bouth of nth South, cast eldo of 5th
su uniy a23&0
n'cniV iP?1" ON STATE STREET,
near Salt Palaco. Address T 40, Tribune!
WALTER J. MBEKS.
310 ATLAS BLOCK-
cjwfiJ11'3 beautiful homo at CG7
South Eighth East. It has 7 rooms and re
ception hall, clcgnnt basement undor the
whole house: the doors and windows are
stono capped top and bottom; It has ele
gant mantel, bath, tollot, ol. lights, large
lot with extra drlvo on side, nlcoly fenced;
built for a home, but owner left for Cal
ifornia. Will sell this beautiful cottago
for the small sum of $3203. only $C00 cash;
uai. $) per mo. Interest only 0 pcr cent.
L2t8.- bc,ow Liberty park $100; $10
cash; $o pcr mo.; no Interest; no taxes.
6-room modern frame, largo lot, 6th
East, 6th So. $2S00,
BcautJfui corner, Cth E, 6th So.. C rms.;
barn; nice lot; fine shade and lawns, only
Think of this 9-room modern brick, Sth
East, 3rd South, cement walks, Iron fence,
lawns, bnsemont. mantels, bath, toilet, c,
i.. only $3000. Don't lojl mo you don't want
to buy when euch snaps are presented.
Lots $100. Easy torms, Gth East, no In
terest, no taxes.
Cornor, 4Vxl0. 3rd East, only $4100; finest
m town for terrace; sewer, etc.
Corner 5th East, C:c6, for terrace, $000.
1st South. 6x112, onlv S-3100; terrace or
3x7, vacant lot on Cth So., $1000.
Lots below Liberty park $100. Double
Come, wnko up! Get In the movement.
Terrace. 2nd East. 3 houses, fine corner,
only $3M0. Big Interest-payer.
Terrace on 4th East, 4 compartments,
corner, sewer, cement walks, strictly mod
ern brick, a. beauty, only $12.5(0. Big In
terest. Don't build when you can buy
Fine new brick, Cth South, $5000.
Modern brick, N. E., $2200.
5-room runtlc, fine lot, 3rd West, only
7 per cent money to loan,
WALTER J. MEEICS.
310 Atlas block. a2C3?
The bargains I offered last week
nre gradually disappearing be
cause customera havo found them
to be real. Todny it will pay you
to look at these places:
Framo cottage at S. E. cor, of
So. Temple and Sth W. Lot 3x7V
rods. Large shade trees. city
Rustic house of 4 r stone foun
dation, water, lot 25 feet by 6 rod3
to 12 alley. N. E. cor. First
South and 7th W JS50.
Cheap building lots
COxl37 feet to 16-foot alloy. First
South, near Sth W., $500; $25 cash,
bal. $10 per month.
Look at vacant cor., l3t So. and
7th W. I can make price attrac
tive. Just the place for drug or
grocery business. Also sultabio
Building lots In southeast at
prices HARD TO BEAT.
Edward M. Ashton, 301 News
Sec Goddard, under Walker's bank.
NOW BUILDING. 2ND SO., 11TH E..
elegant modern 7 and 9-room houses, with
basement rooms complete; oak and oil
finish throughout: bnrgaln prices; easy
terms R. E. McConaughy, No. C03 Auer
bach blk. aS7
4-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, FLOWING
well. barn. 37 Fulmer ave.. cor 7th W.
YOUNG & FOWLER HAVE- MOVED:
now located In the new baetuent nt 32
ainln street, orpnalto Z. C. M. I. zU23
ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lake and Tooelo county abstracts.
Atlas blk.. 3C W. 2nd So. Tel. 290. ul92T
G. II. BACKMAN HAS REMOVED TO
basement 24 South Main at. Bail 'j hone
2-S44-Y.; Ind . 091. aUGl
Improved Order of Rd Men.
Washakie tribe No. 1 met Monday even
ing, but did not confor the adoption de
gree, as anticipated. Tho Pocahontases
Invaded the hunting grounds of the chiefs
and captured them all. Venison and corn
In plenty were provided and a social time
was indulged In. Music and recitations
formed part of the programme. The af
fair was a complete surprise to the trlbo
and was heartily appreciated. This even
ing tho council fire -will bo kindled at the
eighth run In regular form.
It Is expected that Mohawk tribe No. 5,
now In process of organization, will bo
duly Instituted In a few days with a largo
Degree of Pocahontas.
Waneta council No. 1 meets next
Wednesday evening at S o'clock at L O.
O. F. hall, Market ctrect.
Odd Fellows Notes.
Salt Lake lodgo No. 2 conferred tho
second degree on two candidates last Fri
day night. . ...
Saturday night the two Rcbekah lodges,
the Naomi and tho Miriam, entertained
beautifully In honor of tho thirty-first
anniversary of the organization of tho
Brother Wilson of Salt Lake lodge No.
2. who llvos at Eighth West and First
South, met with a sad bereavement In
the death of hla wlfo last Wednesday.
Tho funeral services woro held Friday,
at which a lorec coucourso of friends
woro in attendance. Tho Moral offerings
woro very beautiful. Tho speakers wore
Dr. Plnkerton and Judge S. W. Dart
Millie Williams sang "Daddy," and a
duct was rendered by Emily Larson and
Oauirrh Encampment No. 1 will meet
tomorrow night at their hall, Odd Fel
lows temple. It la hoped that tho can
didate for the golden rule degrco may bo
ready and present as tho one for the
patriarchal degree Is out of the city. Tho
degree staff should be presont.
G. A. R.
James B McKean. post No. 1, meets In
Its hall, 21 "West First South, tomorrow
night and the officers hopo that thcro will
,bo as largo an atlendanco as at tho pre
vious meeting and that the session v. ill
be made equally interesting.
Ladies of tho Maccabees.
Salt Lake City hlvo No. 4 hold regular
review la3t Tuesday overling and wel
comed back some of the members who
have boon away on Hummer visits. Thtj
ladies of the hlvo served ico cream and
cake and all had a royal good time.
Tho social season for Utah lodge No.
3CT, Fraternal Brotherhood. will be
ushered In by n card party to be ghen
at Electrical Workcrsr hall on 1-rlday
j Tribune's Ogden Bureau
H C486 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111.
Advertising -Bates FuraiBhed on Application. 1
i AT THE HEaLT SCTSL. ' '
WTficn you come to Ogden, opposite ho
Union depot The celebrated Onterrooor
Mt mattrcBBra In every room. Sample
rooms and caf In ccnnnctlon.
HONEYS' TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT.
'Phone 622-Z, 2403 Washington Ave.
' RHAL ESTATE
At Healy House afe.
Under new management First claps in
every respect. Courteous treatment.
Lunches put up to order.
J. JENSEN z CO.. PROP.
I DRiNK""-' "'Tlr
NATURAL LITHIA WATER 1
"Makes everything Good." H
F. J Klcscl & Co.. Ogden.
Rlegcr & Llndley. Salt Lake. Dls- U
The only first-class liquor storo In the
city. You can't miss It. Display of ducks
B. F. LIVINGSTON. Proprietor.
242 25th street- Ogden, Utah.
? jgcicn s nncBt cafe Lemp'a beer oa 5
? draught 2J25 Washington Ave. )
I I.REDOM A PATT1SON Propn
U. BLOSSER. J. L. BLOSSfcU
, THE GRYSTRL
our thirst Parlor. 2-577 Washington ave
night, October 7. The committee on ar
rangements Is hard at work and tho suc
cess of tho party Is assured. After this
party the lodgo -will resume Its social
gatherings twice a month, tho samo as
last year and a very enjoyabte time is
expected this winter by all of Its mom
Dogreo of Honor.
Degree of Honor circles arc anticipating
with pleasiiro tho opening of the fall
campaign, which will bo ushered In Tues
day evening next with ono of those card
soclafs for which tho ladles of Star of
tho West lodges aro so Justly famous.
The Royal Hlghlandsrs will entertain
their friends tonlzht nt Federation of
Labor building, hall No. 1. An Interesting
programme, consisting of speeches, songs.
music, otc, has been prepared Many
members of tho order will greot their
friends dressed in full Scotch costumes
Other attractions will be the dancing of
the "Highland Fling" and the telling of
fortunes by a Scotch lady who knows
how. No admission fee will be charged.
o s ci? o s2. :e jI .
Boara tta lha YOll HfllB AhvajS B03gr
Blgnataro J? - SJ ry-,t-lg.
WEATHER RECORD .
Weather for Today Fair. , !
Yesterday's record at tho local office of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, G7 deg ; mini
mum temperature. KJ deg ; mean temper
ature. CO deg., which is 1 deg. below the
normal. . A .
Accumulated excess of temperature
slnco the first of tho month, 90 deg.
Accumulated excess of temperature
slnco January 1, 7 deg.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to o p.
m , -03 Inch. , , ...
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of the month. .03 inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1. 2.71 inches.
R. J. HYATT. Local Forcastor,
Rock Springs "Peacock" Coal,
Lump, nut. slack. Sold only by Central
Coal & Coke Company. Offices. 142 Main
street (temporary). 'Phone, SIS; GG
West 2nd South, 'Phone SOS. Yard, Gth
South and 3rd West.
NERVOUS, HEAVY MARKET.
Due to Absence of Enough Business
to Sustain Quotations.
LONDON, Sept. 25. The recent im
provement in affairs on tho stock ex
change continued early In tho wcok, bu
In tho later days, apparently without
opcclal reason beyond the desire- to re
alizo profits, tho markot again became
heavy and norvous. Probably tho real
reason was merely tho absence of enough
business to BUBtaln tho market.
Americans woro especially Irregular and
unsettled and declines were very limit
ed, recent advances being followed by a
rather strong reaction In consequmice of
tho statements that crop Improvements
have been overestimated, and on tho ad
vance In tho value of money In New
Ora" Saturday, however, prices rallied
somewhat and the market genorally was
"For several years my -wife was
troubled wltn rrnat physicians called
sick headache of a very severe charac
ter. She doctored -with several emi
nent physicians and at a great expense,
only to grow worse until sho was un
able to do any kind of work. About a
year ago she began taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
today weighs more than ehe ever did
before and la real well," says Mr.
George E. Wright of .New London, New
York. For sale by all leading druggists.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Utah, SepU 25,-Mrs, Jano Kap,
aged 49, died at her homo on West Thirty
fifth street, today of heart trouble. Tho
funeral will bo hold from tho First ward
meetlng-houao at 2 o'clock Tuesday aft
Tho Spanish War veterans met In tho
City hall today and elected tho following
officers: V. Chamberlain. Captain; C.
Boylo First lieutenant; W. G. Hampton,
William D. Stokes, aged 16, died at Clin
ton, Davis county, today of typhoid fever.
Tho funeral will be conducted from tho
Clinton meeting-house nt 2 o'clock this
The Utah Independent Tolephono com
pany Is busy putting In tolophoncs and
expects to havo tho, system In operation
two weeks from tomorrow morning.
Myrtle Cragxm died nt PleaBant View
this aftornoon.- Tho funeral will be hold
Tho rumor that Bishop Stowart had
withdrawn from tho raco for Countv Com
missioner to become a candidate- for tho
Legislature Is denied by tho bishop.
L. B. Best and wlfo have returned from
an extended visit to California.
Tho pollco today rounded up and arrest
ed eleven hoboes In tho brush albng the
LITTLE GIRL KICKED
IN FACE Y COLT
Special to The Tribune.
EPHRAIM, Sept. 25. Tho little five-year-old
girl of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Chris
tenson met with a serious accident yes
terday by being kicked in the faco by a
colt Sho was driving the animal from
the yard. The force of tho blow broko
her Jaw bono and cut a gash In the llcsh
that required four stitches to clo3o up;
also knocked out two of her teeth. Dr.
Jenson was called in and dressed the
wound. Tho little patient Is getting along
as nicely as possible.
Jens Anderson, an old resident of this
city, died rTt his home In this city yester
day. The cause of his death was a general
breakdown, caused by old age. Deceased
was born In Viele Amt. Denmark. Funer
al was held from the family residence to
day. . A number of the people from tho ranks
of the Salvation Army held a rcvlv.-ri
mooting, which caused quite a stir, on
Main street laat night.
Will Have Nov Quarters.
Special to Tho Tribune,
AMERICAN FORK, Sopt 25. The
framo building known as tho pavilion,
wc3t of the irarrlngton school building, is
being turned into a mechanics room for
the boys' manual training department,
Alpine, six miles north ol this place,
bears tho distinction of having been tho
smallest city ever Incorporated In the
United States. It was Incorporated forty
years ago. with about twenty-five fam
A very peculiar burglarizing sensation
was created at tho home of David Mc
Danlel during Friday evening. The famllv
had retired and along about 11 o'clock Mc
Danlol awoko with a smothering sensa
tion. In time to sco some man at the foot
of tho bed trying to suffocate him with a
peculiar gas. McDanlel Immediately
jumped out of bed and ran outside to get
revived by the fresh air.
Mrs. Bello Nlsh of California, who has
been spending tho summer in American
Fork as the guesl of her sister, Mrs. John
Campbell, will leave for hor home Wednes
Miss Lily Cunningham, a compositor of
tho Cltlzon, Is still very 111 with an ad
vanced case of typhoid fever.
Joseph L, Dunkloy will move hl3 family
to Salt Lako City, where ho has nccopted
a position with tho San Pedro. Los An
geles & Salt Lake railway of that city.
Georgo Tyng. who has a bond and lcaso
on tho old Kalamazoo property, oxpects to
be able to operato during tho entiro
Edwin Barratt, who has been out in
eastern Utah making a final disposition of
his sheep, Is back homo again.
Rev. Wlldman Murphy of tho Presby
terian chuich Is spending a month In the
East, visiting tho World's, fair and other
points of Interest.
Mrs, Thomas Chlpman left for St. Louis
today to visit tho fair.
C. L. Joy and Dr. Alantlc ChrlsteiiBen
will leave during tho week for St. Louis
to sec the bis fair.
Alex Nichols of ICanab, Utah, formerly
an early settler of American Fork, Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William S Robin
son. Since Mr. Nichols left hero, a good
many years ago, he has become almost to
tally blind, and he la endeavoring to se
cure soma assistance to restore his sight.
Thomas J, Chlpman and Reuben Chlp
man'a shipment of shocp completed the
.sixth trnlnload of sheep that American
Fork sheepmen havo sent to the' Eastern
packers this season.
John M. Miller and son, Bort, will lcavo
Tuesday for St. Louis to visit tho fair.
Pioneer Dies at Logan.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Utah. Sept- 2G. Mrs. F. F.
Peterson of this city, an old-timer and a
pioneer, died at her homo last evening at
10 o'clock. Mrs, Putcrson was C7 years
old and had been a sufferer from brain
troubles for several years. Sho came to
this country' In 1SCI and has been ono of
Logan's mo3t respected mothers. Her hus
bnnd and five children (four boys and ono
girl), survive her.
0BJZCT TO STRIKE POLICY.
Italian. Government Won't Convoke
Parliament at Request of Deputies.
ROME, Sept. 25. A committee of tho
Left, representing Socialist, Republican
and Radical members of the Chamber of
Deputies, presented to tho Prcgldcnt of
tho body a petition asking that Parlia
ment be convoked for the purpose of dis
cussing tho policy pursued by tho Govern
ment In connection with tho general
The President of tho Chamber ropllod
to tho petition that ho was not authorized
to roconvoko Parliament, but would pass
the request of tho committee to tho cx
ccutlvo authorities. It Is gonerally believed
that tho request will not bo granted, but
that Parliament will bo reopened, as cus
tomary, at the end of November.
' oine; " "I
j)ay's Happenings in UthJ
UTAH VISITORS TO THE
ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR
Special to Tho Tribune,
ST LOUIS, Sept. 25. Following Is a
list of names of Utah visitors 'at the
world's fair registered at tho Utah State
building from' September 12 to Septcmocr
September 12 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reovcs,
Eugene Reevos, Edward D. La Comple,
Nlcl Gardner, Ruben Gardner, G. M.
Bartch, H. A. Hansen, Mrs. Lena Vin
cent Stelhl, A, B. Patton. Susie Rasmus
sen, A. B. Kennedy and wife, A. Ernest
Wallace and wife. F. E. Baxter, I. Blair
Evans, A. L. White, Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Hampton, M. R. Hampton, Roy Rudolph,
Mrs. Joseph Baker, Dellla Gardner, Olive
Bartch, Rae Bartch, D. C. McCrcady, Miss
Dottle Vincent. William C. Mabry. Annie
Maync Mabry, Mrs, J, B. Quinn, Mrs.
R. C. Easton. Nan Clawson, Morris Beck,
Mrs. B. Y. Hampton, Mrs. Teenle Brown,
Edith Rudolph, J. O Rudolph and wife,
Edna Gardner, Joseph Baker. E. A. Par
sons. Will R. Reilly, F Easton, Julia
CuSlcn, Harold B. Lamb. John B. Qulnn.
Adolph L. White, A. L. Scovllle, A. L.
Scptomber 13 Mr. and Mrs. Ji M. Smith.
George A. Smith and wife. S. F. Fenton
and wife. Burgess Young, Mrs. J-Iyrum
Lemmon, Mrs. E. F. Hanna and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Morris, Ida Mor
ris, J. F. Ruggs, wife and son. E. Bailey
and wife. Francis W. Klrkham. C. D.
Buckholder, Glen Miller, Wilford Wood
ruff, Joseph Geoghegan. Emms Douglas,
Miss Alice" Morehouse, E. F. Hanna, L.
W. Shurtllff and wife. John W. Shurtllff,
Edith Smith. L. E. Post. James W. R
Hurst. Eva Jennings, E. Mehesy. Jr.;
Mrs. Edward Mehcsy. Jr.; A. D. Hewlett.
Mrs. C. S. Six, W. C. Parkinson. Samuel
R. Parkinson. Annie D. Watson. Dr. and
Mrs. A. C. Ewlng, N. L. Smith, E A.
Smith, Jr.; Abraham J. Gold.
September 14 Mrs. J. F. Dunn, Mr. and
Mrs. George C. Lambert. Miss Sarah Mc
Lelland. Dr. and Mrs. C D. Coulter. E.
H. McBeth, L D, Brooks, W. R. Smith.
Mrs. Waller Marx. Mrs. Ed Wcrthclmer,
J W. Shand, J. W. Hozcman, Angela
Hlnney. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stayner,
J. H. Hamlin and wife. Clarence J.
Dresser Edyth Mudgott, James II. Roylc,
D. M. McKee. J. V. Cluff. George- A.
Cravens. Mr. and Mrs. Jow Couton. Ldna
Dunn, Mrs. T. A. Starrh, C. O. Bedford.
A. J. Pfefrer, E. M. Friedman, Mrs. John
II. Rena, Mrs. Maggie II. Rena. Mrs. L.
J. Brown. J. W Rooker. C B. Jenkins.
September 15 T Owlngs Shcckoll. W. II.
Blntz. Jr.; R. E. Waugh, Joseph S. Boll,
Mrs. Rudolph Dumbeck and son, Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Reed, Jr.; Francis
Fritsch, A. W. Allen, Paula Schulte, Ella
Schulte. Mr. and Mrs. John Pingrce. Mr.
and Mrs. B. Heymanson, Edith R. Reed,
Elsie Hansen, J. E. Allen. George E.
Hemphill, Parley P. Taylor, Mary Hod
son. Leon I. Watters. John E. Hansen.
Nannah M. Hansen. Mrs. Helen lTitsch
Penncr. Clara M. Hackney. Dale H.
Parke. Roe Duke. J. M. Turner. Thomas
Crook. Mrs. Marie Hunter, Martha Schlicf,
Eleanore Schllof, J. W. Nelson. Mrs.
George Mueller, W. C. Parke. J. E- M.
Mullen, Isaac E. Carlson, J. G. Cum
mlngs. W. O. Williams and wife. Mrs.
William R. Hutchinson, William Ross
Hutchinson. Mrs. Henry M. Bond, C. A.
Qalncs, Hulda Fritsch, Ike Alexander.
Daniel Alexandor, James Turner. C. H.
Bishop Henry Austin. Jean Hutchinson,
Leo Bamberger. Mr. and Mra. M. Peter
son. George L. Russell.
September 10 Samuel F. Whltaker. Miss
Florence Gwllllams. Mr. and Mrs E D
Hurlbcrt, Joe Hall and wlfo, P. D. Pet
erson. Mrs. Wagner. Ernest C. Foulger.
Mr and Mrs. A. Heaston. Miss Mona
Hcaston. Dr. Charles E Tolhurst, Mrs. A.
T Wright, Miss Margaret McElroy. Mrs.
Kate Farmer. Mrs Joe S- Taylor P.
Peterson and wife. G. H. Tribe. Mrs. G.
II, Tribe, Mabel Tribe. Mr. and Mrs. S.
F. Johnson. Mrh Daniel Hamer. C. An
gus Wright. Mrs. Kathcrlno Kennedy.
Miss Merle. Lynch. Mrs. W. J. Lynch.
Fred W. Hodson. N. L. Nelson. Mrs. Net
tle Smith, Mrs, S- c. Sherrlll.
September 17-John E. Butler, J. A. But
ler. Mr. and Mrs. W. T Vincent, Miss
Mildred Vincent. Miss Grace Vincent.
Master Ross Vincent. Martha A. Robert
son A. E. Wallace and wife. Mrs. A. B.
Gibson. Mrs. Sidney D. Evans. Miss Helen
D Evans. Rose H Evans, R. B. Porter
and wife. Mrs. H E. Dcardorrf Cather
ine M. Dougnll, Emma Dougall. Maud N
Nelson. Florence Cooper. Henry String
ham. Fannie B. Stringham, Miss Hazel
Vcrnle. Mrs. D. IT. Peery. Miss Louiso
Pecry? J, Athol Rawlins, J. B Thomp
son. George E James. Mrs Nelson A.
Ronsohoff. N. A. Ransohoff. Mrs, .II. S.
Young. Georgia Young, Hattle White, .
T Burton. O. R. Merldllh. Jr.; Mrs. O
R. iSlth. John Stoker. Ray B West.
Harold Amos. Augusta Amos. alter P..
Andrew. Aleck R. Thomas, H. A Oak
on G. J. Barthel, Eugene Lewis. David
Eec'los. Mrs. Ellen Eccles, Eva B. Tomp
kins. Foster J. Curtis.
Court Held nt Coalville.
Special to Tho Tribune.
COALVILLE, Sept. 25.-Judge Samuel
W. Stewart camo out from Salt Lake Fri
day and held a session of tho District
court, and the following buslnoss. among
other things, was transacted:
State of Utah vs. John Wcstrnark; prls.
oner arraigned and pleaded not guilty
This Is the man who nhot and killed
Charles Hcggland at Park City some
weeks ago and who Is now awaiting trial
on the charge of manslaughter. Ills trial
was set for October 20.
W W Armstrong vs. California Mining
company; default entered against E P.
Walker. M. S. AschhelrA and Samuel
A venire was made for thlrty-flvo jurors,
returnable October 17.
Mrs. Epsy J- Collins was granted a de
cree of divorce froin Henry J. Collins.
John Haddow. a coal miner employed at
Grass Creek, was qulto badly Injured yos
tcrdav bv rock falling on him. Ho was In
a room and the rock fell from the roof
His body was badly bruised, but It Is
thought "no bones were broken. Ho will
not bev able to go to work again for sev
eral days, howover.
The American Party Drum Corps.
Flfers and drummers wanted, only
those who can play wanted, to enroll
their names tonight at 7 p. rn. at 217
Atlas Elk. J. J. HEFFERNAN,
Bad Luck Poor Health Suicide.
PRESCOTT, Ariz., Sept. 25. Ben Hull,
who arrived hero a few month3 ago from
Chicago, committed suicide some tlmo last
night In a sandhouse In the railroad yards
by shooting himself through the head. Ho
loft a note Having that, on account of bad
luck and poor health, ho had decided to
IS YOUR COAT DUSTYP
Zou Probably Have tho Whito Scan
of Dandruff on It.
If your coat or shoulders have a whlta
dixit "upon It tho chances aro that It li
from dandruff. The only way to perma
nent!;' cure dandruff la to remove tho
cause, vhlrh la a germ. Ncwbro's Uerol
clde kills tho germ. Every toilet table
eh on hi liavi xuch a h.ilr-drcaslng that
contains alee the deatroyer of the dan
druff and hah facing germ. It stops all
Irritation, kecpt the- sculp sweet, pure
und wholesome. Remember that some
thing claimed to bb 'lust as good," wll!
not do the work of 'iiulnc Herplcldc.
8old by loading druggists. Send 10c In
stamps for samplo to The Herplcido Co.,
Detroit, Mich. 1
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I PARK CITY
I TRIBUNE BUREAU, 1
h m N. Main Street. Telephone- 75. n
OLD SOLDIEnS ENTERTAIN
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Special to ThoTrlbune.
PARK CITY, Sept. 25. Friday evening
the local lodgo of Woodmen of tho World
were entertained In tho I. O. O. F, hall by
the members of Hancock post of G. A. R.
Several months ago tho Woodmen pre
sented the old soldiers a beautiful Ameri
can Hag, and tho entertainment was a sort
of reciprocation to show the Appreciation
of tho G. A. R. members for the gift.
B. M. Sperry, as- tonstmaslcr of the
evening, delivered a short but Interesting
and patriotic address to those present.
Short speeches were also made by Com
rades Fuelling. Gulliver and others, whllo
on tho part of the AVoodmcn, Joe Green
ough and Frank Lako made excellent
A slxteen-months-old ohild of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Donohue died Friday evening,
after an Illness of several days.
There seems to be a tendency to re
nowed activity In mining intcrcats In
Thayno's canyon. The Comstock has
started up its mill and at present Is put
ting through ten or twelve tons pcr day
of ore that Is running about $37 pcr ton.
Just as soon as the steam hoist, which la
now in process of construction. Is com
pleted, the dally output will be greatly in
creased. The California has levied ah as
sessment of 6 cents per share, which will
enable the company to reduce its debt
sufficiently to justify tho beginning of
more nctlvo development work. It Is the
Intention of the manager. W. I. Snyder,
to take charge of this work himself and
to push it forward during tho coming win
ter. At the Silver Bell the outlook, wo arc
Informed, is brighter than it has ever
been, .and while an yet progress is q ilti'
slow, there Is such progress being
made as enables the owners to feel great
t a o
W. A. Adams left for a visit to tho
World's fair and to be present at tho
meeting of the Photographers' Associa
tion of America, which will convene In St.
Louis, He will bo Joined later by Mt3.
Adams and the two will return about tho
last of October.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dodge left this
morning for n visit of two weeks with rel
atives and friends In Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hurlbut have returned
from a three weeks' visit at the St. Louis
Park City ore shipments: Daly West.
2.711.000: Silver King. 1.23C.SC0; Ontario.
413,000; Kearns-Keith, 321,000. total. 4,711,3f0.
0 0 0
Word has been received in the Park that
H. F. Quint, formerly connected with tho
Park City Metal company, has been ap
pointed general agent of the United States
for Dr. Campbell's magnetic ore-separating
machine, and that he will soon leavo
his homo In Boston for Utah, where ho
will spend some time in introducing hla
machine In. the various mining camps of
is the drink, if you make it
right: good tea, of course.
And it costs a third of a
cent a cup.
Your grocer rc.urrj your nwr.ey if you don't lilea
p ' 1
Is aroused at once -when f
V one sees our stock of k
rings. ' e
I There are over two thou- 8,
f sand, and wo can fit any K
finger and purse.
We collect bills In such a b
SW manner as to nlvc no offenso iff
f to the debtor and conae- !w
JpJ qucntly no loss of patronago a
im to our client. We would like vf
31' to have overy business man
m In Salt Lake City and Utah ?
YM Investigate our system of M
collecting. Wo want to Im- &i
tii prees It on all that wo col- &
'Ji, lect current accounts aa well w
)R ao bad debts.
1 JOHN J. WALLACE & CO.,
ij Offices. top floor D. F
s Walker Bldg. 'Phono 1CC9-K:
& Ind. 'phone. 10CO. SALT &
LAKE CITY. Reference. ffi
3v Walkor Bros.' Bank. XuA
I Until' J I
gc Wo will make our regular $15.00 13 1 , 1 Tissfl
U teeth for $5.00, WA h.j ; J
Ej Our $-$.00 for $5.00. 4j j J j j
p Beautiful 22-k tf F m ill. '
k j old Crowns for Jp'O ; jj , lM
Gold fillings. $1.00. . 91. !;'.. 'H
K Silver fillings. COc to $1.00. M 1
P . Guaranteed PAINLESS c-x- I . ii I
p; traction, EOc. I
p. All work dono by operator ot, EE . 'j; '
W. experience and ability. M j 1
K IF YOU WANT THE BEST M
ffl dental work for tho lowest
jg prices, YOU ARE LOOKING D3 '
W FOR US, nl ,
BOSTON DENTAL 1 - - I
120 Main Street. !
f flours, 81SO to C.30; Sunday, j
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j ' GOOD UPRIGHT '
j PIANO I
! Clayton Music Co, ; '; j I
i LEADING MUSIC DEALERS. 1
I STEINWAY DEALERS. j
C 1 1 IH
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$ Closing out picturo I' sssssssl
b sale. Every pic- ; ; "'K
I -Litre framed ani it Lsfl
unf ramcd must be V 4 h JH
I sold at any price.
1G4 Main. I
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SALT LAKE I ; f
Photo Supply Co.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
PHOTO MATERIALS. jjjj
Hodaks, Supplies, Pinishing p
J and Developing. :L: jH
3rd So. and Main St. . iH
It's as important to have a well j ,
fitting frame as a correct lens. Wo j- ' iisssssssi
carry the right sort and know how l' 1 '1
to fit them. I j ji j 'H
I 'Phone 65 for the correct time. 1 ' 1 'ItsssssH
WHEN IN LOGAN STOP AT NEW. li 1
TrEMNT HOTEL. f:
A firct-clasa hotol 101 commercial JM
travelers. One-half block east oC H
Tbutcher'o Bank. H
MRS. WILCOX, Proprietor, LH
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