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4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1909,
ICITY SEXTON'S REPORT
i BREATHES OPTIMISM
Receipts Are Over $8000 in
Excess of Expenditures
for the Year.
: City Sexton .Tolin E. Wiscomb's nn
:X nual report, handed to Mayor Brans-
ford- Friday, is marked "with optimism.
l Tho receipts for 190S aro $S000 in cx
i cess of tho expenditures. Hero is what
- Wiscomb saysi '
"It is gratifying to note the hand-
some increase in the rcccipta ior tuo
enre of lots, ulso the result derived
, from improving property. Hio total
receipts for 100S nro in excess of all
i prior administrations $S500. Ot this
increase, $4000 roproscnts a gain ior
tho caro of lots, $-1000 for the salo ot
lots and tbo remaininc $500 natural
causos. This signfics the public ap
- proval for improvomont."
The receipts wore $24,799.15, tho ex-
I3J. Wiscomb recommends tho crea
; tion of a cemetery fund for tho reason
that he boKeves moneys taken in for
cemetery purposes should be held in
reserve. Out of tho total rcceivod,
.?3391 has been placed in tho reserve
fund for perpetual maintenance of lots
- under this agreement, which tho balance
" has been put into- the. contingent fund.
Mr. Wiscomb says that a vault con
nected with his oflico is needed for tho
protection of the records. A largo
, vrater main running through the center
J, of the cemetery, a brick structure
adapted for use as a bain, workshop
and toolliousc arc also needed, tho re
. port says.
II POLICE COURT CASES
The case against J3. H. Xnglc, a IochI
sroccryman, alleged to havo sold a rabbit
unfit for human consumption to City Food
Inspector Frazlor, was continued at tbo
Friday afternoon session of tho police
court. Several witnesses both for the city
and tho defendant wero placed on tho
' stand. Giving of testimony was concluded
'. and the raise will bo argued Saturday
- morning at 0 o'clock.
Other cases at tho Friday afternoon
session of the court took but llltle alten
. t Ion of the court,
lulu J.Irown. a woman who tho police
suy has tho "dope" hubit, was sentenced
, to thirty dava in. jail for vagrancy. She
was found j,illty of begging.
t a 3
William St. John, arrested for violating
J the speed ordinance, was found guilty of
v driving an automobile at a fast rate of
speed on thu business utrocts and fined
I ' $5. He paid. w. II. Murch and 13. V.
I , Llngard. arrested on tho same churge, did
. not-appear In court und forfeited a bull
, .Joseph Hcnnesey will assist In repairing
I , roads for tho next forty days, as he was
' found guilty of being it vagrant.
I Inward and Outward.
The inward effects of humors arc
i , worse than t ho outward They weaken
-Jill the organs, inflame tho mucous mem
brane, cnuso catarrhal troubles, and en-
'lancer the whole system.
I 1 rood's Sarsapanlla eradicates all hu-
"nors and cures all their effects,
t It 's. tho ereat altorativo and tonic
i medicine whose merit has been every-
1 where established.
Accept no substitute.
i , Best Place to Beat,
I lvniefcl's Cafeteria, 117 So. Main St.
WORTH MIXING FOR KIDNEY
AND BLADDER AFFLICTIONS
Moro people succumb each year to
some form of kidnc3 trouble than any
other cause, Tho slightest form of kid
nc3 derangement often develops into
Bright 's kidney disenso, diabetes or
dropsy. When cither of these dia
eases is suspected tho sufferer should
at once seok the best medical attention
possible Consult only a good, first
There aro many of the losscr symp
toms of kidney trouble which cun bo
treated at homo is stutcd by u woll
known authority. For 8omo of these,
such as backache, pain in the region
of the kidneys, weak bladder, frequency
(especially at night), painful scalding
and other urinary troubles, try tho fol
lowing simple homo rem of y; Fluid .Ex
tract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Com
pound Kargon, one ounce; Compound
Syrup Sarsaparilla, thrco ounces. Theso
INAUGURAL BALL AND RECEPTION
TO BE HELD AT ODEON HALL ON JAN. 25
Arrangements for the coming inaugu
ral reception and ball in honor of Gov
ernor William Spry aro rapidly Hear
ing completion, and tho occasion bids
fair to bo a memorable one. All the
committees have- been appointed and are
hard at work perfecting details. A
meeting of all committees will bo hold
Sunday morning, at which reports will
be talked over and tho finishing touches
added. , ,,
The ball will be held in Odeon hall
on January 25 and already 2000 invita
tions, handsomely engraved, have been
sent out under the direction of .1. U.
Eldredgo, Jr.. chairman of tho invita-
lion committee, a no rocupuuu nm uo
from S:30 to 9:30 o'clock and will bo
followed by dancing. The banquet will
bo served during tho intermission.
Tho various committees which have
the bnll in charge and who will meet
tomorrow morning are:
Exccutivo Committee Gcorgo 13.
Squires, chairman; Lieutonant A. O.
Seaman, secretary: J. TJ. Eldredgo, Jr.;
E. II. Callister, John D. Spencer. D.
W. Tatloek, John James, C. A. Glazier,
General E. N. Wedgwood, Colonel A.
B. Kesslcr, General Samuel C. Park and
Reception Committee Heber M.
Wells, chairman; Mr. and Mrs. John S.
Bransford, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCor
nick, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas B. Cutler,
Mr. and Mrs. Trod J. Kiescl, Mr. and
Mrs. P. P. Christensen, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Love, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher S.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Widtsoc,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Newhouse, Mr.
and Mrs. M. II. Walker. Mr. and Mrs.
David Keith, Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Sleaier, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Knox, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Burton. Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Smith. Mr, and Mrs. Ed. E. Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Joseph, Mr. and
Mrs. John M, Haves, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur L. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Gates. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Loose, Mr
and Mrs. W. J. Halloran. Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Varian, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Price, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse W. Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. King, Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley K. Walton. Mr. and Mrs.
John Dern, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Zane
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McGurrin. Mr. and
Mrs. George A. Black, Mr. and Mrs
William H. King, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
P. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. James II. Moyle
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mont Ferrv. Mr. and
Mrs A. B. Irvine. Mr. and Mrs. A. R
Cainc. Mr. and Mrs. Will G. Farrell,
Mr. and Mrs, Jnmes Christiansen, Mr.
Friends Every Yearl
We'll soon count you among them,
It's just a matter of time. More and B
fm more housewives are giving up the old
m, sfcyle high-priced, Trustrmade Baking
rs Thousands are turning to
LwJsj j? One trial does it. You'll never go bS
&&tf,!y sPe.akfc0 your grocer. Lighter, sweeter JF
WWm an8' or money refunded. Far bet- jT
liPrrM ter Costs much less. You won't B
pM seiffve ifc m you try for your" gmr
wiUcjSfeteJLS 0anCea or Ccn ta jmT
I ' J The Brandwin Salel
Continued One Week
I -v Longer
H Jan. 11 to Jan. 16, Inclusive I
H I . Without reserve and regardless of values, every ' S
H - tnmmed and imtrimmed hat in this establishment 3
H i will he sold at one-half ofe the regular price i
H f i nT,Ji?rleelvi11 conclude the ANNUAL HALF- I
m OFF SALE AT BRANDWIN'S, in order to dose
H I out the remainder of the fall and winter stock he- I
HI orG maiting spring purchases. I
H .An offering of the greatest values at the lowest I
Pncc ever Slven a sale of miJlineiy in this city. I
I . Brandwin! s
I I South Main Street I
simple ingredients aro hnrmless and
can bo obtained at any good proscrip
tion pharmacy and any one can mix
thorn by shaking well iii a bottle. Tho
doso for adults is a teaspoonful after
each meal and again at bedtime.
There is no more effectivo remedy
known to relievo all forms of rheuma
tism, becauso it acts directly upon tho
kidneys and blood. It cleans the
clogged up pores iu tho kidneys so they
can Hit or and strain from tho blood
tho poisonous uric acid and wasto mat
ter which if not eliminated remain in
the blood, decompose nnd sottle about
tho joints and muscular tissues, causing
the untold suffering and deformity of
Backacho is naturo's signal notifying
tho sufferor that tho kidneys aro not
acting properly. "Tnko caro. of your
kidneys," is now the physician's ad
vice to his patients.
and Mrs. John C. Sharp, Mrs. Ann D.
Groesbock, Maud May Babeock, Mrs.
Edna L. Smith, Ina Smith. Mrs. Eliza
beth Bounemort and Eraelino B. Wells.
Invitation Committee J. U. Eld
redgo, Jr., chairman; Colonel A. B.
Kessler, Gcorgo D. Pyper, Colonel H.
M. H. Lund. Horace E. Peory, Frank L.
Fishburn, C. R. Hollingsworth, W. D.
Sutton, W. W. Armstrong. JnmoB' P.
Driscoll, W. F. Knox, Charles A. Quig
ley, Fred C. Graham, John D. Spencor,
C. A. Glazier, Ivor Ajax, Joseph Odell,
Angus T. Wright. L. R. Anderson, W.
D. Livingston, T. C. Callister, Jamos M.
Peterson, Mrs. D. C. Eichnor.
Floor Committee Major W. G. Wil
liams, Mnjpr Fred Kammcrman. Captain
Freeman Bassett, Captain W. C. Webb,
Captain E. LeRoy Bourne, Captain C.
Salt Lake Statistics
i 1 ,
J. E. Jones, 400 Hazel court, boy.
Arllo L. Pack, 1217 lola avenue, boy. I
Ether M. Davy. 1061 South Eighth J
Walter Blakcmore, St. Mark's hospital, '
Charles Pcttlt, 450 North Twelfth
J. William Worlhcn, 1425 Eleventh
Vern Baxter. S.')2 Seventh East; bron
chitis; uced 17 days.
Leo Wo, Little Cottonwood canyon;
accident In Bnowsllde; aged 27. d
Evelyn Rose, 2163 Seventh East; pre- I
mature birth; aged 1 day. B
John T. Pope of Salt Lako and Sarah
E. Lyon of Ogden.
Real Estato Trausfors.
Lcander Goctschues et al to Joan
na Melton, lot 10, block 2, Hamp
ton, subdivision, and other prop- 6
erty ? 2,250 0
J. A. Campbell to Ashton-Jcnklns 1
Co.. lots 19 and 20, block 5, View
Henry R. Smith to Sophia B. Pe
terson, lot 3. block 9, plat F 350
Eagle Merc. Co. to Louis W. Har
ris, lot 1. -block 33. 10-acro plat A 1,200
Thomas Marnano nnd wife to Ma- d
rle Venz. lot 8. block 2, plat E. . 1,500
Harry I. Myers and wife to Allco
I. Bowcrman, lot J, block 19,
plat G 5,200
D. C. Kimball and wife ct al to W.
B. Richards, Jr, lots 13 and 14,
College Heights 10
W. B. Richards, Jr.. to F. B. Wood
bury, lots 13 and 14, College
Caroline A. Johanson to N. C. A
Christiansen, section 21, township
21 north, range 2 west 1
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
A great deal of work Is being done by
the students of tho Junior and senior gt
classes, as the lnterclass debates will d"
soon commence. The debates will no
doubt bo very Interesting this year, owing
to tho fact that a trophy cup will be given
to the winning class. Tho trophy was
presented to the school by the class of '07,
and Is causing considerable rivalry be
tween students of tho two classes. Tho m
Junior class Is tho Ilrst to begin prepara- y
tlon for the big debato and It commenced
Friday afternoon, when tho question:
"Resolved, That Postal Savings Banks
Should Bo Established ,ln the United
States," was discussed Those on the af
firmative were Lara Lovendale and Marie
Ross, and those on the negative were Loa
Chrlstc and Beatrice King. The decision
was rendered in favor of tho affirmative.
Saturday evening the high Bchool gym
will be a scene of merrymaking, as the 2
"09 class of the commercial department 5
will give n dancing party, followed by a q
banouet. The social Is an Invitation af
fair and commences at S:30.
Prof. Harwood of the art department
has made a collection of the best work
that has been done by the students for
the past few years, and will decorate the
walls and office of tho main building. Tho
work that was exhibited at the state fair
Is still In the studio nnd will remain there
for some time.
Ernest Qualle, who has had chargo of
all Junior class debates, has made known
his Intentions of entering the preliminary
tryouus for tho Junior team.
The members of tho football team hold
a short meeting Friday noon and docldod
that u dcCv-atlon scheme should be
thought out by Monday, when another
meeting will bo held. Everything Indi
cates that the dance will he a big suc
cess; cvnn the sale of tickets, as early as
It Is, Is encouraging,
At a recent meeting of tho athletic di
rectors, the class records of the basketball
players were looked over and a very sur
prising fact whs discovered, Of the nine
students that are now on tho team, onlv
two arc eligible to play. Although tho
majority arc but a few hours behind, thov
must get to work before they aro nllowed
p continue playing. This Is the first case
this year that any athletes of tho school
w?m?m ?ir hcMnd ,thal thc,r connection
with the team was In doubt.
Friday afternoon many anxious students
were relieved, as tho report cards for tho
fourth month were given out. This gives
the students a chance to find out t iVir
standing In class work for the first semes
ter, as the last regular week has passed!
Students who will graduate from tho
grade schools at the midyear wore visit ng
l he high school -Friday afternoon with
their principals and teachers Th ".entire
afternoon was spent In going around the
class rooms. Tho object was to IntVest
as many students as possible I mu
school work, In order that a large per
centage will enter In tho different coursee
ArlleloK of Incorporation of the Spencer
Lumber company of Ogden were file wUh
the Bocrctary of statu Friday. The canltai
stock is 1100.000. divided Into 2000 shared
valued at ?50 a share. Hiram Sp n
The cut flower depart- j W S S6 Jf
dEast aisle Main store. n,Aa 22 East aisle Main store L I
Phono: Independent 227; Ball KSCHJUTOB 24 owlc' 1
. call- all department. I J I
I Fifty handsome coatsSaturday xh pricedl
Women's and misses' sizes a splendid assortment, consisting of tan coverts, IL i
J black, blue and green broadcloth, and fancy mixtures. Values are very excellent W
J at regular prices $12.50 to $45.00 each choose Saturday while they last at H
U only $6.25 to $22.50. U
I Furs selling at half prices entire stock. M
This splendid clearance embraces our entire stock Fur coats, muffs and neck pieces, all going at half the 1 S
regular prices a rare stock finest selected furs all in the very .latest models. fi p
Ready-to-wear section. . Firgfc floorAnnci U g
New bullet me8n lae for trimming underwear Thp Crrpnt clonmnrn vnlo 4i f
L the very latest thing in trimmings-shown here for X n & GUT Clearance Sale in OUT I
dm the first time Dainty and effective One-fourth to "Men's COmer" 1 1 v
3-inch widths Prices 6c, 10c, 121-2c and 15c the . . , , . I
yard Center aisle. See display in window. dimimshmg stocks indicate the effec-1 g
g " tiveness of the reductions we are offering this week-1 S
( Saturday means much in the ASW
children s department SSJftSfflSa X IJf 5 1
A clearance, quick and complete is necessary' sale i
a Girls' coats, children's barskin coats, boys' caps, 7frn 01- flo , . . . , , J ;,S
ft? boys' overcoats, reefers and suits at way below regu- 75c 0utmg flannel mSht shirts' to close 48c i S
lar Items like these compel purchasing. 50c ribbd underwear ,the garment 42c J S
Girls' coats Pull length models-Splendid line, including kor- 50c hose, special 3 pairs for $1.00 (g
scys,, meltons and fancy mixtures, color combinations include 50c quality neckwear, choose at 3 for $1 00
i ai;;r ;;rr!:!:" wf:00.to.$9-00: $6.95 g-s a spleff asortment' choioe: : ' : :$L85 W
I . , v ?2-00 shirts, many styles, choice $1 4H i -
I AU other gorls' coats at one-fourth off. Entire line of fancy suspenders ftt ' ' J .
Chlklreu,s berfln cf in good range of colors-Sizes one to $2.00 quahty men's gloves, Special ' $1 45 J
f six years Values $3.o0 to A A r cn ,.. , , ' x-'ulfH
t& Choose at only $LlV $150 luallty men's gloves, the pair ggc wl
$ Boys' caps, yachting style, heavy weight of blue serge and East aisle-Main store. frjjg
. , broadcloth Good leather sweat band patent leather visors Z. " ' fep
0 to00: 59c Saturday specials from the fg
Another splendid assortment of boys' wool caps, in full line of CirQQery SeCtlOn
i miXGd PatternsWoh to 85c each- Fine quaIity opaque shades36 inches CfjBg
. Gh01ce worth 65c each-Saturday special 2C f
In consequence of the extra heavy selling in the Same grade of opaque shades, 38 inches wide aa I Wi
boys 'overcoat stock the last two weeks, the sizes worth 80c each Saturday special ' otfC S
c,uiibofityof thVraillil3g.00atS rdf ?d f- d'ito tt. yard I
4 ' First floor-Annex. Drapery BecUonpir3t floorback Annfix
& Saturday 9 a great blanket day at Walker's W.
Entire stock of St. Mary's blankets-splendid reductions on other fine wool blankets and cotton sheet ifcl
blankets These few quotations show why it will be wise to come Saturday M
& White gray and tan cotton blankets-Worth J aa White, gray and tan cotton blankets-Worth $1.50 A flP ffi
1.2o the pair-Saturday special the pair-Saturday special $ 25 JE?
1 f e, gray and tan cotton blankets-Worth J r Fine gray wool blankets Worth $o.75 the pair" i'aa fS
$1.9o the pair Saturday special l.cfV Saturday special . S4.00 2'
St. Marj''s fine wool blankets, white or gray (ft Rp gt. Irarv'; finp rrnnl v.ianvA4.R , 1 1 -SiS
Worth $6.00 tbo pair-Saturday special $4.75 VoS $6.00
Is president, L. 13. Spencor vice-president,
Alex Walker secretary and C. H. Klrchor
treasurer. Those, with A. L. Brewer and
J. I.. Carlnon form th directorate.
The Pluto Mining'. Milling and Smelting
company, Incorporated under the laws ot
Illinois, notltied tho secretary of state
Friday of Intention to enter the Utah
Held, lau.ic Jennings Is named as local
MgL'nt, with headquarters in this city. The
capitalization Is $100,000.
DENVER AND RETURN, $22.50
Via D. & E. G. R. It., Jan. 10-17,
Century Printing Co,,
Salt Lake's .Printers, 105-107 Souta
West Temple. Heat work at fair
S, D. Bvano,
Undertaker and Kmbalmc, has removed
to new location. 4S Sout Statp,
EMMA GOLDMAN AND
COMPANION IN JAIL
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15. Emma
Goldman, tho anarchist leader, and Dr.
Ben Rcitnian, who culls himsolf "King
of iho Hoboes," who wore arrested at
the Victory theater last nipht and
charged withiconspiracy to inuitc a riot,
were arraigned before Polico Judgo
Dcasy today. They had remained in
'il51 JLchh ,bcin ""Wc to furnish
the .1i000 bnil demanded of each. Their
attorney asked the judgo to reduce this
amount to $10. but tho request was re
fused and tho hcariug continued until
In her coll at tho city prison today,
hjmmn Goldman received the news of,
tho death of her aged father in Roches
ter, ?. 1., without exhibiting any
emotion. , J
Men Are Critical When 1
I They Buy Havana Cigars I
J The quality, the shape, the color, all are taken into considera- 1
tion. We arc in a position to serve our customers with abso- 1
I lutcly the best. Have you seen our "new idea Humidor?" It's I
the only one in town. At our new store, the finest in the West I
139 South Main St. j
I BRANCH STORES 14 East 1st So.; 50 East 1st So. 1 1
I" EVERYBODY'S MONEY ill
maynowsS'ort'hemf fr a" f tho "owlng firms and individual,. W
c,niSa? fisjn: S!?!ns and 5mcU,ni? 7& '
cE. C. McGnrry, Hfe Insurance agent, ! fH
We will collect some for -.; ir nd bo" c,ly'
T4 1U ' yU tUrn ,n -vour claims. IW
JKM?"ave Association I
Lak0 ,c'y. Utah. Franc?, V L." C?""iepclal National Bank Blttfl i .
A Month TheRcgalWay
Phone. Bell Bx. 39. Jndn ,
For Drunkenness and the OpjWl Jf
- no puMlcUJ