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l t'AOE twelve THE SALT LKKE TEJJSUWE. mvusoAr kobhiko, octoberioq flj
I TALKED OVER
Real Estate Men Mi
Association Will Ascertain
the Best Terms for City
Interest in tho Bureau of Informa
tlon Increases nnd Business Hon
I The question of extending aid to B.
lUnhler and his associates In the mat
ter of securing a franchise for tho
passage through the city of their pro?
posed Interurban railroad line was the
principal subject of discussion at yes
terday's bi-weekly meeting of the Real
The meeting was largely attended and
every member took part In the discus
sion, The consensus of opinion was
that (he association should as a body
exert every effort to aid an enterprise
so plainly calculated to advance the
material Interests of tho city and the
State, not losing sight of the fact,
however, that certain concessions are
duo tho city. It was decided that In
vestigations would be made to ascer
tain the best possible terms on which
the required franchise should be grant
ed, In Justice to all parties concerned,
the Idea being that there should be no
unwarranted delay In building the road
In the event that a franchise Is grant
ed. The committee appointed at tho
last previous meeting was continued
for the purpose of making these inves
tigations, and a special meeting of the
association was called for next Wednes
day at S p. m. to be held at the bureau
Interest In the association's bureau of
Information Is Increasing and business
men, mining men and manufacturers
are displaying a creditable disposition
to co-operate with the real cstato men
in their efforts to advertise the re
sources and advantages of the city and
IB COMMEBCIAI CLUB PUZZLED.
I Does Not Know How to Celebrate
1 Completion of Railroad,
il The interurban railroad proposition,
the advance In the price of coal and the
I best manner of celebrating the comple-
tlon of the San Pedro, Los Angeles &
Salt Lake railroad were subjects which
:S enlisted the earnest attention of the
I board of governors of the Commercial
M club at its meeting held yesterday. No
S really definite action was taken upon
n any of these matters. A committee of
yM three was appointed to wrestle with the
coal proposition, plans for an appro-
t prlate celebration of the accompllsh-
'JS ment of the clty'e closer connection with
'M the Pacific coaei are awaiting the reeult
w of correspondence with the Los Angeles
lI chamber of commerce, and tho lnterur-
1 ban railroad Is given a provisional In-
9 Members of the board confess that as
jj yet they have no well defined Idea as to
fl the best way of celebrating the comple-
tlon of the Salt Lake Route. The plan
fl of having some sort of exercises at the
meeetlng place in the desert appears to
H ome to be the most appropriate, al-
though others contend that such an Im-
M portant event calls for some sort of a
H blowout In which the entire city could
9 Join. It la hoped that something defi-
H nlte may be evolved when the rjeople
from the other end of the line arc heard
M The following resolution was adopted
M by the board:
To tho Honorable president and Mem-
M "bora City County, Salt Lake City. Gen-
tlomen: The board of governors of the
Ifl Commercial club respectfully represents to
m your honorable body that It has made a
OH careful examination of the subjeot of
HI interurban railways, with relation to the
m benefits derived from their operation by
ijW municipalities in which they lixtst.
M As a result of this Investigation, which
NB extended over a period of several weeks
Sj and embraced all tho Interests Involved.
m we are firmly of tho opinion that such
m enterprises, when completed and In com-
M mission, are produotlvo o great good to
HI tho trado of towns nnd cities Into and
U through which their lines run. 'Choir op-
jyj eratlon tends to facilitate and lncreaso
M travel between contiguous communities.
iH thus bringing the nconle Into closer busi
ness and social relations; Inducrs a de
sirable extonslon of building districts, and
In many obvious ways Is of great utll
ltv. The correctness of these conclusions is
demonstrated by the cxprlonee of many
Eastern cities where Intorurban railways
have been In existence for many yuais,
and where they are now regarded by tho
people as necessities.
There is now pending before your hon
orable body a petition by one Ti. Mahler
for a franchlso for a right-of-way over
certain streets of thin city to be used by
t an Interurban railway having for Its ter
mini the towns of Logan and Payson.
Tho projector of this enterprise has al
ready secured franchises from all the In
termediate cities except Ostdcn.
Tho Commercial club respectfully bogs
to go on record before your honorable
ldy as being earnestly desirous of en
couraging all enterprises having for their
object the wclfaro and development of
tho community, tho Installation of which
will add to the tax revenues of the Stato
Wo therefore take the liberty of recom
mending that the petition referred to
herein be granted, with such modifica
tions, limitations and assurances ai; will,
In tho Judgment of your honorable body,
insure the construction and operation
within n reasonable period of the said
Interurban railway between the termini
horx)lnbeforo named. Respectfully sub
mitted. BOARD OF GOVERNORS COMMER.
By J. E, Dooly, President pro tern.
J. W. Houston. Secretary.
A meeting of the Commercial club's
M Take a little more care
II about tea; it's worth' it.
I In evtry packe of Schilling, Bt T I. .
MB hookku Haw To Mak Good T.
committee on public improvements and
parks will be held at the club) at noon
today. Several Important questions re
lating to municipal Improvements are
to be considered and a full attendance
Is dcDlrcd. The personnel of tho com
mittee Is n3 follows: Spencer Claweon,
J. A. Clayton, George L. Nyc, J. E.
Dooly, S. C. Ewing, W. J. Halloran,
George P. Holman, P. T, Huddart, J. B.
Cos-griff, J. D. Murdock. J. D. Rcavla,
A. Rlchter, George W. Snow, Ezra
Thompson, H. G. Whitney.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Olof D. Olsen lo.Potor M. Anderson,
warranty deed, ExlO rods southeast
from 10 rods south of northwest
corner of lot 5, block 21, plat F....4 4,010
W R. Williams to Albert Prcoce,
warranty deed, 10x24 rods north
cast from 21 roda cast of south
west corner of lot 2. blook 14, plat
Thomas B. Jones to Sarah J. Jen
kins, 90 x22 feet northeast from GSV
feet east of southwest corner lot 2,
block K, plat C O0
H. S. Wills to Mary Molloy, war
ranty deed, lot -15 and east halt
lot 44. block 3. Lincoln Park ICO
Domlnlnck Conta to Peter .Berlin,
half Interest 19xl3.1G rods In section
27, township 1 south, range 3 west,
Same to same, part section 27, town
ship 1 south, range 2 west 1
Peter Bertln to Ellz. Conta, same.. 1
Aaron Keysor to Sarah J. Wilson,
warranty deed. 35 feet by 7fc rods
In lot 1. block 22. plat D 5.S0O
Ell Gresson tod John N. Courtney
et al, qult-clnlm'dccd, part section
11. township 1 north, rango 2 west. . 1
IMMUNE FROM FEVER.
Fort Worth Has Dipping Plant to
FORT WORTH, Tex., Oct. 5. Prof. Os
tertag of the Veterinary Jlyglcnlc insti
tute of Berlin, Germany, an author of
world-wide reputation In the sanitary
science of meat Inspection has boon a vis
itor at tho stockyards In company with
Dr. A. E. Pehuko of Milwaukee, who Is
co.nnccted with the buoaru of animal In
dustry. The professor canto to Fort Worth
especially to witness tho operation of the
only dipping plant In the world whore
cattle are rendered Immune from tho nt-
tacks of tho fever ticks boophllus annu
latus. Prof. Oslertag expressed himself as
highly delighted with the result of the
dipping operations and was especially as
tonished at tho cheapness of the process
Prof. Oetcrtag left for Kansas City and
Chicago, where he will continue his In
vestigation Into tho methods In voguo In
American packing-houses In tho prepara
tion of meat for domestic and foreign use.
j WEATHER RECORD, j
Weather for Today Partly cloudy.
Yesterday's record at tho local office of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, S3 dog.; mini
mum temperature CO deg., mean tempera
ture. CO deg., which Is S deg. above the
Accumulated excess of temperature
since the tlrst of tho month, 28 deg.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 273 deg.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to C p.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
sinco the first Of tho month, .21 Inch.
Accumulated deficiency of prcclpltatloD
since January 1. 7S Inch
Abilene 90Modcna 78
Ashevlllc 70Montgomcry SS
Atlanta 73Moorhcad 15
Bismarck 38 New Orleans
Boise &JNow York 00
Boston , 52 Norfolk Gl
Buffalo CONorthfiold SI
Cairo 78 North Platte S3
Calgary 23 Oklahoma SS
Charleston 76 Omaha SS
Chicago 72 Phoenix : 93
Cincinnati TGPIttsburg 70
Denver .....SOPocatollo 76
Dotrolt CSPortland 74
Dodge SOIloscburg SO
Duluth 4SSt. Louis ...7a
Elklns 74St. Paul 02
El Paso SASalt Lake ...79
Galveston SO San Francisco 73
Grand Junction ..SO Santa Fn 70
Havro 42Scranton C2
Helena IG Spokane CO
Jacksonville 82 Swift Current ....40
Kansas City 81 Victoria 02
Knoxrillo S2 Washington C4
Lander 76 Winnomucca SO
Little Rock 74 Winnipeg 40
Los Angeles 71 Yuma 90
Miles City 4?
REFUSED TO QUASH RETURN.
Mine-Workers Will Have to Stand
Trial in Damage Suit.
TRINIDAD, Colo., Oct. 5 In the Dis
trict court today Judge Northcutt dented
the motion to quash the return to the
summons in the case of the Victor Fuel
company vs. tho United Mine-Workers of.
America for JS5.000 damages for Interfer
ing with the plaintiff's business during tho
miners strike, which was called last fall
and-13 still In progress ,In this district
The defendants have now exhausted every
means to prevent a trial, and the case will
be heard at the January term of court.
NOTABLE DEAD 0FDAY t
4 H H H M H I I ! I II I M I I I
TACOMA. Wash., Oct, 5. Joseph S.
Moody of the Moody Mercantile company
was put In force at tho Jollct plant of the
been ailing for several weeks with cirrho
sis of tho liver.
NEW YORK", Oct. 5. John Howard, a
descendant of ono of the earliest Ameri
can colonists and wh6 claimed to traco
his lineage back to the early English
Kings, Is dead from Injuries received In
being run down by a truck on upper
Broadway. His body lay In the hospital
morgue for several hotirs without being
In Memory of Bartholdi.
NEW YORK, Oct. 5. By order of the
War department, flags on the Statue of
Liberty and tho buildings on Bedloe's
Island and on tho Statue of Liberty steam
boat. Falcon, were half-masted today out
of respect for Bartholdi, tho French
sculptor, who designed tho statue, and
Who died In Pariw yesterday.
Senator Hoar's Successor.
BOSTON. Oct, 0, Gov. Bates today au
thorized a denial of the statement pub
lished from Worcester today that he had
decided to appoint Attorney-General
Moody to succeed tho late Senator Hoar.
Gow Bales said ho had not yet made up
his mind In the matter.
Will Not Go Upon Stage.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 5.-Mrs. Florence
Maybrlck has written to her attorneys
horo positively denying report" that sho
Intended appearing on tho stage.
Missionary Ship Reported.
SINGAPORE. Straits Settlements. Oct.
B. The American missionary ship Morn
t iis Star has arrived herr
Capture Mormons i
Surprise tho Men Whilo on Hunting
Trip in Sierra Madro Moun
CHIHUAHUA, Mexico, Oct. u. News
lias been received here from Coloma,
Dublan, one of the two Mormon colonics
In the northwestern, part of this State,
of tho capture and subfquent escape of
several young Mormons who fell Into
the hands of the Apache Indians.
Surprised by Apacbcu.
The young men loft tho cplony for a
hunting trip In tho Sierra Macbrc moun
tains. On tho second day they wore sur
prised by a band of Apaches. Tho In
dians covered the young men with their
guna and made them prisoners. The
party then started on a march which
lasted two days, when they arrived at
the Apache village In the neart of the
' Held for Hansom.
The chief informed the Mormons that
they wero being held for ransom and of
fered them liberty If they could produce
?15,000 in silver There being no other
alternative, the young men wrote a note
to their relatives In Coloma Dublan, re
questing that they Intrust the bearers
with that amount.
Succood in Escaping.
They were then left with a guard,
from whose vigilance they succeeded In
escaping after having been at the In
dian camp five days. The captives were
pursued by the Indians, but succeeded
In evading recapture and reached the
Mormon settlement In a weak, footsore
and in nn exhausted condition.
The note that they had sent their rela
tives has not yet been presented by the
One Containing Ten Tons Molten
Metal Chases Trolley Car.
NEW YORK, Oct. 5 A ten-ton roll
ing blast furnace filled with hot Iron
used for the welding of the Joints of
trolley tracks was the cause of an ex
citing ride for a carload of people In
Newark, N. J. The furnace became un
manageable on the top of a srtcep hill
and started down with rapidly Increas
ing headway In the wake of a trolley
car bound toward tho center of the city.
The motorman put on full speed, but
the ma33 of Iron and fire gained steadi
ly. When It seemed that a disastrous
collision was inevitable the car crow
and ten passengers, several of whom
were women, held a hurried consultation
and decided that the only chance to
save their lives was In Jumping. Sev
eral leaped off, but the crew and two
women who had fainted remained
After the race had gone on for a quar
ter of a mile with the furnace steadily
gaining, the runaway machine swerved
and struck an oncoming car. The col
lision was terrific, but although the
front of tho car was demolished, the
passengers escaped serious Injury.
LOW RATES EAST.
Via Denver & Klo Grande.
St. Louis and return J42.GO
Chicago and return $-17.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. $17.00
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. $48.75
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Transit
limit ten days In each direction. Stop
overs allowed. Through slecporo to St.
Louis without change. Choice of routes.
Bad Tenants Evicted
and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association Francis G. Luke,
Genernl Manager, Top Floor Commer
Obstinate cases of Cancrum Oris have
x:on relieved after three or four app'.lca
lompletc cure has been offected vlthin a
vcek from thrco applications a day. It 13 a
I'onderful dentifrice. Nothing to equal It.
CLEANSES. MEALS, PRESERVES.
3 FORMS: UQUID, POWDER, PASTE.
I Gold Fish I
I Given Away 1 1
t With every 53.00 purchase. Coupon ?
,i given with every sale. Cj
ti We carry Aouarlum Globe3 and i
J all kinds of Fish Food.
! Payios Drag Co, i
Cor. Lnd So. nnd State St. h
ci Ask to boo our free directory of pj
trained nurses. n
Now nnd cIvkuiU In atl Its appointments.
KO rooms. Bjnclo or on suite, Ci roomo with
bath. O. 8 Holmes. Proprietor.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah.
" In tho matter of tho cstato of Wm. A.
Torkulla, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Andrew Mlllor, admin
istrator of tho estate of Wm. A. Tor
kulla, deceased, .praying for tho settle
ment of final account of said adminis
trator and for. the distribution of the resi
due of said estate to the persons enti
tled, has been set for hearing on Friday,
tho 2lr.t day of October. A. D, 100-1. at 10
o'clock a. in., at the county courthouse.
In the courtroom of said court, In Salt
Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Wltnoss tho clerk of snld court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 6th day of
October, A. D. 1DOI,
(Seal), JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
N. J. Sheckoll. Attorney. b509
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Peter Van Houtcn. deceased.
Creditors will present claims with vouch
ors to tho undersigned at No. 397' McCor
nlck building. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
or before tho tenth day of February, A.
MARY JOSEPHINE VAN IIOUTEN,
Administratrix of tho Estate of Potcr Van
Henderson. Pierce, Crltchlow fc Bar
Date of first publication, October 5, A. D.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court. In and for Salt Lake county, Stato
of Utah. Department No. 1.
In tho matter of the cstato of F. L.
Oswald, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Ellis E. Oswald, pray
ing for tho admission to probato of a
certain document, purporting to be tho
, last will and testament of F. L. Oswald,
deceased, and for the granting of letters
testamentary to herself, has been et for
hearing on Friday, tho 21st day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1901. at ten o'clock a. m..
at tho county courthouse, in the court
room of said court, in Salt Lake City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this Gth day of
October, A. D. 1901.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk
William II. Bird and C L. Olsen, At
lornoys for Petitioner. bolO
I Q S 8 l
I pafervs?!aw 1. Stands for "Somo people don't j?
0 SbSB fNS--like us'" It,s n fftct' nnd there'3 5
1 SrSr no use heating1 aronnd the bush $
I BvvLv W about it. Wo Collect Bad Dobts t
I vSP-- J' 7 from Dead Beats. There may
a lr como a time vhon we will bo 5
C Sewk Jr awarded a prize at the Stato fair R
i 1 for thB .Dest oshibit of Bad
H Debts Collected; if so you want $
t pMj S to como ftncl seo the exhibit. ,5
f X fj& e guarantee- an exhibit
jTSffii'. 'Pt5i " will interest tho most
SfPv yf ' languid and cause smiles of ap-
i t5 , , probation to ripple over foce3 1
i Z that haven't rippled for years. c
sir Hero's a sample of a few wo
j 'ZWM jp? collected last week: 1
'l WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED S
$125.00 $64.00 f
If In cold last week for William last week for W. J. Robinson of ?j
I Klrkup of Franklin, Ida. It was an Grantavllle. It was an old debt four- fj
I old torn and battered note, had to be teen years of age. Had two jults In ;t
J pinned to Itself. court over this, and won both.
1 WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED
$35.00 $76.00 I
d rnr. r .,, , ,,, , Inst week for Jacob Aures trom a ;
t nl .C,i h Ar n f mun In Oklahoma, Tho man was f.
1 ?00m an ,0m a 8,615 0Ut his friend years ago and Aures loaned
K- nan' him tho money.
I WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED $
$20.05 $115.20 I
5 loet week for Castlolon Bros., for last week for Tho Murray Mercan-
T a grocery bill seventeen years old. tllo Co.. from v. man who went Into V
I The man that paid It saya he'll bankruptcy. We had two nghts In !,
j hlro ua when he has a hard case court over this, but wo won m both J
a to tight and wants to win It. courts. f
i- Docs anybody owe you? Do you wont tho money? If so write or call I
u on us. If wo did not know wo could collect your bills wo would not bo
W spending 1000 this year for advertising. This ad will bring us Bad Debts 3
SB to collect. Wo will collect them and mako commissions thereon. j
9 Don't think your bills are too bad but send them In,
I Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Publishers of Credit Rating Books,
fi Reporters of how people pay.
3 Home Offices, Top Floor Commercial Block. g
a FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. '!
i "Somp People Don't Like Us."
I . Prepare For it P
1 ..W drives. L
1 f::P TERFIELD" READY-TO-WEAK SUITS, that are B
H .f0S'i 1hree Srades hiSher than any others in the city, all WU-
ffl 0- hand made, ?20 to 40. ' Kil
m SIrWm - Also lhe larsest variclT of high-grade uk. K
P " W fi0iMmymYji nosierr Slllvta Hat Gloves, Hand.
I i' kerchiefs, Pajamas and 2s"ight Robes, House Coats WtrJv
I 1 S!. Mffimffi House Robes, Bath Robes, Canes, Umbrellas, Xcck
1 1 M'S wear, Scarf Pins, Cuff Buttons, Watch Fobs, Collars
j , and Cuffs. A pleasure to show our merchandise.
Utah State Fair
Roe Horse Racing
DR. CARVER IN TRICK AND
AUSTIN SISTERS IN WONDER
FUL. AERIAL ACTS.
"CUPID" AND "POWDER FACE,"
FAMOUS DIVING .HORSES.
GREAT SPIRAL TOWER and Phil
Green's Globa Act, with Magnificent
Fireworks at NIpht.
GORGEOUS ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN.
ON THE MIDWAY.
The Electric Theater, Old Plantation,
Statue Turned to Life. Giant Octopus,
Loop-tho-Loop, Junip-the-Gap, Merry-Go-Round,
High Dive from 80-foot Plat
form Into 2V Feet of Water.
$5.00 Worth of Genuine Enjoyment for
Chlldrcn3 day tomorrow, Friday. Ad
mission, 10c. Attractions, 1 p. m. to 10
"THE BIGGEST EVER."
I AstEits- I
f nielli . , I
S Is aroused nt once V7hen fl
ft one sees our stock of w
. rings. h
There are over two thou- 5j
I -sand, and wo can fit any iy
I finger nnd purse. p
' ' 1
CHILDREN ARE j
And dull by teachers and pnrcnts. j
oftlmcs for no other reason than
I that their eyes are not as tho eyc3
of other children. Parents take a
grave responsibility upon them
selves when they neglect the signs
of defective eyesight. We make no
charge for examination and never
recommend glasses where they aro
Jno. Daynes & Sons
20 Main St.
I. I I I .1. l,n
Nelden-Judsoa Drng Co 1
CIGARS A SPECIALTY. 3
POSTOFFICE BOX 370. S
Edw. C. Smith, President.
John P. Cobb. Vice-President and 9
F. L. Pearl, Secretary. m
H. A Knowlcs, Treasurer. 5j
,J tils '
Mil mJB 1 1 i !l
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!! FOR CONreRENOWlSh
City Buyers as We!! as Out-of- 1 1
- Town People Will Be Treated to
Some Great Suit aad Coai Values ; g
Our liandsome mixtures, cheviots and gent's cloth tailor ; ,
made suits will be placed ilt ;
$10.00, $14,00, $1150 up to $35.00
Long coats', short coats and swell top coats in all the new j
materials, will range from
$10.00 to $25.00 1 1