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M THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1908. 3- .
H: : . 11 - I.
i UH COURSE
jbiim Temperature of 76
KgrecS Is Reached on
?B&SDAY'S TEMPERATURES. $
Lercury still continues on Its up
i)Burse. the maximum temperature
jEy twins' G degroes. It was partly
Etbroughout tho better part of
however, and a strong couth
Hrttalled. seemingly Indicative of
Ejfthe low barometric pressuro
KTwiuth plateau developed consld
BLre lut report, and another dls
HEanned over the north plateau
Btth Northwest territory. These
pcaused somo cloudiness and
Kl 'rains ever portions of Oregon
Bifa Columbia. A moderate baro
Crtfslon was also reported over
At!antlc coast, producing light
K' precipitation was reported
U region and upper Mississippi
HCf tho Pacific states and cen
Ethe barometric pressure was
Briempcraturo changes were
KP weather Is indicated for
Kftlrlay, o'wlng to tho low
Br this section.
Bj moteorologlcal record at the
t'of tho United States weather
Ktbs twenty-four hours ending
K was as follows:
Khire at 6 p. in., 72 degrees.
En'temperature, 76 degrees.
IKTteniperaturo, 4S degrees.
PKjpraiurc. G2 degrees, which is
of temperature bLhcq tho
JKe month, 4 degrees.
HKzited deficiency of temperature
Euary 1, 414 degrees.
Breclpltatlon slnco the first of
fHth, -none, which is .0'. of an
I Elated excess of precipitation
,SMry 1, 4.41 Inches.
Hk humidity at t p. m., 24 per
T. .'silNew Orleans C2
M 54 New York SG
WBr 46Norfolk PS
Vd .. .. G-i'Omaha 40
W, -10 Pittsburg 51
"TWHi 46Poca.telo 52
42lPortland. Or ... Rt,
;', 46'Rapld City SO
K, 22 St. Louis 44
1 Hefty '. . 1 ! 44iSa'n Francisco .. 50
AmBkIj fiSjSpokano &S
tl .... G4 1 Washington .. .. 44
1 'ATOSKY FILES
B f.AMBNDED COMPLAINT
1 1(31. Tatosky baa filed in tho
ffl (strict court an amended com
ordirorce from Henry Tato
.J which sbo alleges that Talosky
M dispose of or incumber their
3 in order to keep her from
101 .first complaint, Mrs. Tatosky
a. isk for alimony, but contented
t- rith a plea for a divorce and
i Icly of the only child. Arthur,
- is old. In the amended com
be asks that Tatosky be en
. -; rom disposing of tho property
'. ; reasonable provision for tho
of herself and hor child be
m t" of tho homestead. It is also
'( that Tatosky is capable of'
$20 a week as n. cicarmaker,
. T ;fevor since their marrince,
l90fi, in this city, he has
; : jprovide anything for her sup-
, jy, according to tho com-
(s treated his wife in a cruel
inraan manner ever sinco
5age, and has falsely accused
intortaining' a lover at their
. his absence. This was on Au
, 1908, it is Bet out, and Tatosky
;. :then told Mrs. Tatosky that
, 'not trust her out of his sight,
pil other occasions ho has false
fd her of infldelitj- it is re-
Wot Chronic Diarrhoea.
I fc in the army in 1S63 T was
k Kth chronic diarrhoea," says
itLj Felton of South Gibson, Pa.
jafcince tried many remedies, but
Kiy permanent relief, until Mr.
Hiles of this place persuaded
TRjChambcrlain's Colic, Cholera
IflKHoea Remedy, one bottle of
tiBped it at once." For sale by
ijSBj HA IE, GOODS.
33HP worth of ladies' hair goods
IMjBt'Iess thnn cost. This week
JfiB'AKE COSTUMING CO..
3ffl 207 South Stato street.
ijB? and Embalmer, has removed
eation. 43 South State.
rriers with horses, at Trib
J Circulation Dept.
THE PEAR ORCHARDS
Horticultural Inspector Says'
Orchard ists Must Get
Pear blight threatens the pear orch
ards of Salt Lake county, and unless a
united effort is made- to check - and
stamp it out thero is little hope of sav
ing tho pear trees, according to the
report of John P. Sorcnseu, horticultural
inspector, to tho county commissioners
for tho month of September.
Tho blight has been looked after, ho
fur.thor reports, and iH under fair con
trol in tho districts wbcfo the orchard
ists gave heed to and followed tho in
structions of tho inspectors from his
offlco. Tho apple scab, prevalent iu tho
east, has also mado its appearance in
the orchards of Utah this year, and un
less a war of extermination is waged
against it this year there will bo an
enormous falling off in apples and pears
Mr. Sorensen 6ays he has traversed
tho county, visiting tho loading orch
ards with his deputies, and has col
lected tho choicest samples of fruit for
exhibition at the coming stato fair, in
suring Salt Lake county an escclleut
exhibit along this lino. His report to
tho county commissioners, submitted
In tho month of September the deputy
Inspectors worked a total of eighty-eight
days, and vlsltod SO orchards, gathering
statistics of trees and fruit, but we can
only report that the fruit crop Is very
heavy all over tho county, and where It
has been sprayed and properly attended
to It is in a moat excellent condition.
Apples and pears average from 75 per
cent to 90 per cent frco from worms, In
Tho so-called applo scab, very preva
lent in the oast, has made its appcarnnco
this year, and will havo to bo strongly
fought next year, or else there will be
great loss in apples and pears.
The pear blight has also been looked
after and Is under fair control In tho dis
tricts whore the people have given heed
and obeyed the instructions of tho In
spectors. It Is now beginning to bo better under
stood that a united effort Is necessary to
keep the pear blight In check, and every
on having pear trees Is commencing to
watch for the disease and report the ap
pearance of tho same, not only In his
own. but In all neighboring orchards.
This Is becoming absolutely necessary If
wo shall have any hope of saving our
pear trees; otherwise It will go with us
as In somo of tho other counties where
tho blight has been neglected; their pear
orchards are dead, and acres of trees
have been pulled out by the roots.
f IN SALT LAKE THEATERS. 4-
X GRAND THEATER "Tho Cow- ?
boy Ranger," by tho Pelzer
Stock company. Evening, S:i5. n
X ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
f. vaudeville. JUatlnee, 2;15. Even- 4
4- lng. S:15. v
4- LYRIC THEATER Camcraphone. -r
4. Talking moving picture's. AlatI-
j- nee, 2. Evening, 7:30. -J.
-i- ' I--!---' I
The new "Hans and Nix" will hardly
be recognized by Its old friends when It
appears at the Salt Lake Theater Satur
day afternoon and night. Tho comedy
has been supplied with an almost entire
ly now outfit of fetching features. Among
them arc pretty girls, clever comedians,
new songs, new dances, and one of the
strongest lists of people ever engaged for
farce comedy Dixon and Bernard, the
celebrated comedians and America's best
stage Germans, play the principal roles,
which Is a guarantee that the perform
ance will be of a most ludicrous na
Today Is the last opportunity to hear
Patrick Henry's celebrated speech. The
cameraphone at the Now Lyric hat? been
portraying that patriot and reproducing
his stirring words all week, and after to
night the programme will be changed.
The Australian dances have pleased big
crowds, too. and Manager Clark reports
that there has been general appreciation
of his especial effort to please, as re
flected In the receipt's at the box offlco.
As It Is society night at the Orpheum
capacity business Is looked for. Those
who have not seen the Okuras. the Im
perial Japanese balancers, will miss a
genuine treat. Then there are Mr. and
Mrs, Erwln Connelly, who present that
delightful sketch by Sir W. S. Gilbert,
entitled "Sweethearts," and five other
The presentation of "The Cowboy
Ranger" at the Grand will close with the
Eerformancc Saturday night. There will
0 the regular bargain matinee tomor
row afternoon besides the presentation
of tho piece tonight. Next week promises
to make history for tho popular Second
South street house, for. beginning Thurs
day evening of the wck, thero will be
presented the play that has since the be
ginning of the present theatrical season
set New York In a furore of excitement
and created comment from one end of
the coumry to the other. "The Devil,"
the clever problem play from the pen of
Franz Molnar, a foreigner.
BeW8 tlfl Uib Kind You Have Always Bought
INFERNAL MACHINE ?
NO; BOX OP APPLES
The 5uppo5ed infernal devico deliv
ered to Mayor John S. Bransford at
the City and County buildin- Thursday
proved to be not only a particularly
inoffensivo but au especially luscious
box of fruit, to wit: a box of apple,
from an, ndmirine friend who is an
orchardist in Parley's canvoii.
Upon his arrival at his ofhco Thurs
day morning the Mayor soucht out tho
'fnfornal device" underneath tho
stairway, where timid hands had
placed it Wednesday, and 60on removed
the scare that the appearance of tho
sinislcr looking box had thrown over
tho joint building upon its arrival
thero Wednesday. From then on for
the remainder of tho day footsteno
wore much heavier and there were not
eo mauy pinched and scared counte
nances as were seen Wednesday,
BIG FOUR COUNTY FAIR !
Ogden, September 110 and October 1,
I 2 and 3. lied need rates via Oregon
Short Line, Tickets on sale September
'28 to October 3: limit, October 5.' Seo
agents for further particulars. City
ticket office. 201 Main street.
Philip K. Dern has moved from '31.13.
Gth S. to 1352 H. 11th 15. Leave ordera
for paiuling aL Culmcr'e paint store.
SELECT YOUR PIANO C ;
: TODAY OR TOMORROW
CLAYTON PAYNES SALE i
If it Is a $250 Style We Will Return Yon $157.
1 ? If a 3350 Siyle We Will Retnm You $132. if
Ha $450 Style We Will Return You :
$188. Others at Propor
, ACT QUICKLY AND RECEIVE BENEFITS :.
JOIN THE THRONG THAT ATTENDS THIS SALE DAILY. A
: ' POSITIVE CLOSING OUT OF OUR LARGE STOCK OF . ..;
t., ( THE VERY BEST MAKES AT PRICES EVEN . ' -T
LESS THAN ASKED YOU FOR THE .'.
:: , ' CHEAP KINDS AT OTHER .'-'y' '
STORES. . UVC
. . . .
$10 Cash Sends One Home $5, $6, $7, $8 to $10 Monthly Pays for It, ' t,
or Other Terms to Suit. Be Alive to Your Interests and -f.-
H . Secure One of These Great Bargains. Open Even- .
J ' ; " ings. 109 South Main Street. '. 1 -
w ' . .
. The purchase of a high grade piano A thoroughly reliable upright, ma- ;. . , '.'
nt this sale at a saving to you of $125 hogan3-, latest sfyle; other stores , . .
j ' to S2o0, is worth more to you than f". . "
the promise of a million dollars worth A handsome $275 upriKht. English
" J of blue sky next winter or spring. cak case, for only $127. Same '
Hero are tho pianos, makes known stylo in mahogany $136
and used for manj' years, the names of A unique stylo mahogany uprigljt,
which arc household words, their value perfect beauty, worth $300, Rocs
long established, marked in plain figures rx, . ' ' ",' ' " , '
. h, .... . . 1 . . , ., Choice of several mahogany and
at about half the prices at which they Frcueh walnut uprights, fine -formerly
sold. makes, latest st3'lcs, plain or
There is no doubt of it, an opportunity carved panels, worth and always
like this is a wind-fall to piano buyers. e.U atf' -vou,rs for on' -1SS
.- Great things happen but once, and wo Choice of five mahogany and Eng.
h 11 lisii oak uprights, same make a3
are very sure an opportunity like this above, worth and always sell at
will never happen again. $350, cut to only t $213
. It is an easy matter to buy a $250 Choico of three exceptionally hand- ' ,
piano for $250 or a $500 piano" for $500 ,somc high grado upriglits, ma- " - '
, , , , , , hoganj' and rrench walnut cas-
any .old time, but here you have tho inS( Jno better p5anos mad(Ji aJ.
opportunity to buy these samo pianos ways sell at $375, cut to only. ..$247 ' '
.. s at a saving of $125 to $250. Choice of three elegant $400 up
In other words, the same grade of rights, different makes, one a
4 piano that will cost you $250 at any Colonial style', ouo with bcauti-
, . Tii4.ii- i- fully carved panels, only $263
other store can bo had at this sale for . . ' , ' -J, ,
0 Choico of a number of tho very v-
$11-. best nnd highest grade uprights,
Do you doubt it 7 in mahogany, rosewood, English ' ,
Come and see oak" and fancy walnut cases, tho .
The same grade of piano that costs greatest bargain ever offered I in ' ... '
x ' , , pianos, regular prices $4o0, $4o, .
' you $32u at any other storo can bo $500 and $550, cut to $2S2, $297, -
had at this sale for only $192. $312, $337 to $37S
Do you doubt it? No matter whnt you maj- want, in an
Come and see. instrument, whether it be a grand or .
mi e upright, a used upright, square piano
The same grade of piano that costs Q wc h(?'rc forl vou
you $375 nt any other storo can be had au,i nj fa about half the price 'yon
at this sale for only $247. expected' to pav; some day.
I)o you doubt it? SQUARE PIANOS ORGANS.
Come and secv , ,
When we decided to close out this , A sood square piano S1.
magnificent stock of fine makes we at j A better one, only S20
the same time decided to cut prices to And another S2fi
a point that would leave nothing to A good organ S10
chance, to eliminate every doubt about Another, 15 stops $15
the quick salo of every instrument. Another, high top S2U
Many of them are marked so low Anothor, good as new $25
that they are going at a positivo loss, Now whon you can secure good iu
but wc must sell them and sell them ' struinonts at such prices, is there any
quiekb'. excuse for j-our children to be without;
The fact that so many peonlo aro music? Come in and got one for them.
daily patronizing this salo is the best Their pocket i-liangc will meet the pay- .-.
evidence that quality, together with ex- merits, onlv $2 or $3 mouthly.
trcmcly low cut prices aud easy terms, ... '
aro to bo had here. Out-ol-Towu Bujcrs. .
Do you need a piano? Many out-of-town people have patron-
.! If so, is it not to your interest to ized this salo. You know, we ship in-
' secure the most for 3'our money? struuients anywhere, and guarantee per- '
Visit this sale. feet satisfaction or no sale. Send "
Get here as early as possible. your order and secure one of these great ''i
Uprights at $.".". bargains. Easy payments.
b Uprights at $S5 and $110. Store is open every evening lo ac-
Iieiiicinber. tho terms are made to commodate those unable to call during
please you in every way. the day
CLAYTON-DAYNES MUSIC COMPANY.
Union Men, Attention
Wo sell Unton-.Mado Clothes. Union
Made Trousers, Union-Made Shoes,
Union-Made Hats. Unlon-Mado Shirts,
1 Union-Made Collars, Unlon-Mado
Ties, Union-Made Suspender, Unlon
Mndc Overalls and Jumper.
In tact. everything; you neod
Union Made. Goods tho best. Prices
46 East Plrst South.
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO TFIE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
We are now in our
51 East Third So.
W. B. Rushmer
It 's all in the posing
Scott, is a fmc photographer, j
For 18 years he studied posing, j
lighting and shading. Tic made
reputation for one of Salt
Lake's best known men. Now he
is in business for himself. His
pictures of women nnd chil
dren are gems.
1 """ baby album
25 E. THIRD SOUTH.
Id THE HEART OF
Lo xAmgele j Cal
and up Sffi $ol,50op
FIRST CLASS & STRICTLY MODERN
FREE AUTO BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
I TILE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE I
CO. OF AMERICA.
Incorporated ns a Stock Company by
the Stato of New Jersey.
Homo Office. Newark, N. J,
Life Insurance for men, women and
children J. M. Johncon, Supt., Dooly
Block. Hyrum Bnlrd, Mgr. (Ord.
Dept.), Tribune Bldn.
GoojI Coal" I
, Tho demand for
CLEAR CREEK Coal ia
phenomenal. Will con
sider ourselves fortunato ;
if tho mines produco suf
ficient for our needs this
161 MEIGHN ST.
U. S. A.
All the World's
J Don't make a mistake In buying
for there are kinds mado lo kcII 0
0 and kinds mndo for perfect ahav- '
Intr. We refer to the ft
O "EUDERS DOLLAR SAFETY
9 Thoro Is no question about those J
razors. They contain ten bladca
ami If after purchasing a rasor you
e do not llko It, bring It back and
9 your monuy will bo returned. J
DAYTON DRUG CO,
"mi South and State Sts.
IE M OF HB I I
Miss Frances Williams of the Keith-O'Brien store '
takes first place; Miss Ruth Bradson and Miss 'M
Florence Hadley are next in line. Circulation
department working overtime on account of im
mense amount of business coming in.
Miss Francos Williams of the Keith O'Brien store advances to
first place today and leads all the other candidates by nearly five fl
thousand votes. Miss "Williams is making a splendid race, and tvilL . -H
no doubt keep up the reputution of the big establishment she works- 'H
for by keeping up among the le.aders.
Miss Euth Bradson -who holds the second place, and Miss Flor-
ence Hadley, who is a close third, are both very aggressive workers. '
When business gets slow in one field they branch out and work the
small towns where there arc no candidates. ;H
The new offer of 1000 extra votes on new three months' paid-in- 'H
advance subscriptions was a very popular move, and every candidate
is taking advantage of it. The entire circulation force are kept busy.
checking up reports' and adding the new names to the list. H
WHO THEY ARE AND HOW THEY STAND.
Miss Frances Williams, Keith-O'Brien's store ....235,440
Miss Ruth Bradson, Ogden , 230,580
Miss Florence Hadley, 647 East Fifth South 230,120
Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald, Bingham, Utah .. 229,165 J
Miss Pattic Swift, Boise, Ida . ....220,460 -H
Mrs. D. B. Gleason, Ogden, Utah ... ...220,190
Miss Mae Busch, Pocatello, Ida -.; . . . .219,360
Miss Gertrude Shearer, 145 Thompson's court 215.1S0 .H
Miss Klea Sheets, 115 South Eleventh East 215,160
Miss Nessie Skillicorn, Milford, Utah 210,385 'H
Mrs. A. H. Little, rear 724 South Fourth East 205,420
Miss Dorothy Sorcnson, 415 South Main street , 188,360
Miss Louise Broberg, 167 North West Temple 175,590
Miss Constance Mcintosh, Montpelier, Ida ....170.140
Miss Grace Murphy, 406 East Third South ; . . . ... .168,340
Miss Sarah Odekirk, Vernal, Utah , .! ....165,130
Miss Bertha Michaels, rear 530 East Third South 161.200
Mrs. Lee Chamberlain, 454 East Brigham 160,590 fl
Miss Frances Johnston, 1172 Emerson avenue 158,190
Miss Marjorie Stallings, 358 East Fifth South 148,135 fM
Miss Dorothy Perkins, 36S East Sixth South. .-. ... ... .141.300 jM
Mrs. Lizzie Kirkham, Auerbach store 141,230
Miss Daisy Pattinson, No. 1 Hawks court 135.130
Miss Edna Foreman, Paris Millinery store, city 130,180 tjH
Miss Annette Henriksen, 225 Brigham street 125,130
Miss Alameda Gudmunson, Logan. Utah.., 124,390 'H
Miss Mona L. Davis, St. Anthony. Ida .122.740
Miss Veda Reid, 309 Herald building.." 122,160 f
Miss Juanita Foote, 62 West Fourth South 121,890
Miss Millicent, Lee, 417 South Sixth East 121,395 H
Mrs. H. B. Carter. Idaho Falls. Ida 121,340 ".H
Mr. J. J. Walker. Park City, Utah 115,580 tjl
Miss Emily Petersen, Twin Falls, Ida 110.265
Miss Margaret McNichols. 32S West First South 104,360
Mrs. M. B. Hardie. 120 West Fourth South 9S.190 ' WM
Miss Juanita Morrison, 760 Lake street 95.360 4
Mr. Thomas Himstrcer. Caliente, Nev 91,380'
Miss Maud Allen, Corinne. Utah 85,175 Jl
Mrs. A. W. Swens'on, 409 Eighth avenue 75,490 rl
Mrs. David Anthony, 917 Euclid avenue 65.SS0
Miss Mary I.atala, Pock Springs, Wyo 62,130 -H
Miss Buelah Bacon, Eureka, Utah 52.220
Mrs. Dora Brown, rear 253 East Third South 48,560 Nl
Miss May Shelly.' 125 South Eleventh East 45,120 -H
Miss Lillie Laudic, Provo 42,135 NH
Dorolhy T. Davidson, Box 42, Goldfield, Nev 39.2?0
Mrs. IT. N. Gilbert, No. 2 Kendall square 3S.460
Miss Elsie Findorsen, 662 South Main street 34,775 ;H
Miss Jessie Conway, Stockton 2.1.300 IH
Miss Mary Arms. Salt Lake Photo Supply 12,990 jH
RATE TES BY THE MONTH.
I T& a m? a Attend to the Slightest Decay. I .H
hut v n mvjjjivvtt means n (llaonlered stomacb. a stomach H iH
I out of order means poor health. Prompt B .H
I attention to a decayed tooth by having It I H
I vr rn filled properly means a perfect sex of I 'H
I W (4Tk IP GoOiuhB toelh for tImc- lf ,0 latu t0 savo ft 1 '1
H lyali JLVQll. t00lh wo CJin bridge In a new one which I M
B will have the appearance and permanency I "'iiH
B of n nalnral tooth. Silver fllllnics. Tiio; H 'iiH
I sold lllllngs. $1.50 nnd up. All work guar- 1 'M
I antecd for 15 years. H jjH
1 OUR METHODS OF OPERA- - I fiH
I tion are absolutely Modern Painless Dentists I -iH
I PAINLESS. Or. R. Sabln. Mgr. 275 Main Street. fi
I Noxt Door to Druehl & Frankcn. B -w-iiB
Ask your dealer for FT" -M
Royal Bread. H
(Absolutely pure I iMixS I k
and wholesome. J W J
Shipped everywhere. I HP I
Royal Baking Co. mis iblon. J