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III 4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORWINg, JUNE 13, 1909. M
II BUSINESS HIKE,
j UI Lines Report an Excellent
J Demand for .Seasonable
H JUNE WEDDINGS ARE
H HELP TO CONDITIONS
H preparations for Trips to Pleas
H . ure Resorts Are Reflected
IB in Trade.
Iff "Everywhere arc indications oC the ar
ia rival of "the jzoort old summer time."
Iff with a corresponding demand for arti
mil elcs in all departments of ihe business
I it world which form a portion of the out-
fit-for the vacation season, or. for warm
;i weather affairs. Among dry goods deal-
3 crs, "Juno Weddings," is t.ho master
:! word, with tho statement, "graduation
time," a closo second in value as open
W sesame for tho purchase of glad gar-
M raonts thoroughly in keeping with the
if spirit of tho occasion.
I si "Trade is general," says the hard-
jji waro man, . "with a regular warm
J weather rush for ice cream freezers,
hammocks, tennis goods, fishing tackle
& and automobilo sui)plics." The rush
ii for rofrigcrators has swamped the mar-
M Tict and dealers have been unablo to
' supply- tho demand. The calls for gaso-
fl lino stoves and gas stoves is also in-
dieativo of tho timo of 3'car because
housewives refuse to swelter over red
hot kitchen ranges even for tho pre-
J pa ration of those jnuch prized biscuits
K& "lika mother used to make."
If!' In fact, every one is preparing for out
j of door life as is shown ly the quan
1 tity of paraphernalia pureliasod at all
' tho outfitting stores. Boats, tents, pack
I saddles and the like arc surely things
-. which form a portion of a vacation out
fit and these articles have sold in num
! bers which threatened a run on the
j market. Pishing lines, hooks, fishing
j -rods, fish baskets, kodak supplies, snd
f dies and even harness have formed si.
8 prominent portion of the trado during
i. tho week. Stores dealing in goods of
t that class havo been unusually busv and
there has been an unsatisfied call for
m additional salesmen . to assist tempo
II rarily in dispensing goods to purchas-
In Eegular lines.
In regular lines, paints ond oils. tin
Si ware, granito ware, kitchen sundries.!
jj shelf hardware, pipe and fitting3. lawn
2 mowers, and garden hose .have found
ready sale at all times, thus showing
that there has been no falling o(T in
ft general business and that most, of the
tj rush is due to tho recent warm weather
S and the usual preparations being made
f b3 people for tho summer season.
It has become almost, a truism to saj
f that trado is good in builders' supplies,
J but the activity in building lias kept
I this branch o trade at a white heat for
a several months. There appears no iin
Jy mediate intention of lotting up, but
1 rather a tendency to increase if any
C thing. Tn lino with this demand goes
1 also the call for house furnishing goods,
I furniture, carpets, nigs, draperies and
K the like, which can hardly be explained
I by tho season, since tins is tho timo
I when people havo completed the annual
5 house cleaning and begun to think of
5 other things.
Call for summer clothing has been
C largo. Weddings and graduations have
I stimulated the demand for light dresses
J for young ladies, and ribbons, and laces,
R vrith fancy hosiery and shoes to match
s havo been almost a feature of tho
week's trade. There has also been a
h great call for school pennants as a re-
LIFE OP A PIMPLE
Complexions are Oloarod and Pimples
Disappoar Overnight Without Troublo 1
Tho dispensers of poslam, a new akin
discovery, ask that notice bo given that
no ouo is urged to purchase it without
first obtaining an experimental pack
age. Hveryono who has tried it knows
that the firty-ceut box. on sale at, tho
F. .1. TIM1 Drug Co., and all drug stores,
is sufficient to cure the worst cases of
ec7.eina, whoro the surface alVeclod is
not loo large. The itching ceases on
first application. It will also euro ao.no.
totter, blotches, scaly scalp, hives, bar
ker -s and ever- other form of itch, in
cluding itching feel. Hoing Hosh-coiim-d
mid containing no grease, the presence
of poslnm on exposed sui'fnces, aueh as
the face and hands, is not perceptible.
Water and soap cannot bo used iu con
nection with it, as these irritate and
prolong skin troubles, sometimes oven
As to the experimental pack-age of
poslam. it can bo had free of charge
by mail of the Emergoiiov Laboratories.
3- West Twenty-fifth street. New York.
It alone is sufheient to clear the com
plexion overnight, and to rid tho face
of pimples in twenty-four hours. j
.suit of the eud of the term in edu
cational institutions. The demand for
tho usual array of pretty nicknacks for
ladies and young girls.' such as hand
bags, leather bolts and novelties of all
kinds has been usually large and thor
oughly in keeping with the season.
Men's goods, such as suits, straw hats,
light weight underwear and shoos havo
all sold well, although tho masculine
part of the population inclines slightly
more to tho purchase of outing goods
at this time of tho 3car.
Koports of financial conditions iu all
sections of tho inter-mountain country
are especially encouraging, it is said.
There is every indication that busi
ness will continue as good as it is
at present and that there ma- possibly
bo an improvement even over the pres
ent exceptionally good conditions. Col
lections are excellent in both city and
country districts. Building improve
ments in all sections of the city and the
extensive spreading out of the , popu
lation to outlvinrr sections has oniisrvl
demand for money on good security,
which lias .stimulated general financial
conditions in a large degree.
Farmers and sheep men report affairs
in lino shape. Tho beet industry is said
to be in a better condition financially
than at any period in its hisforv. The
call for investment securities in the
citv has been strong during the week
and many of the stocks havo sold at
t Following are the latest quotations
lor stocks and bonds on the local mar
ket: Stocks and Bonds.
Amalgamated Sugar Co.. pfd is on
Amalgamated Sugar Co., com 190.00
names Banking Co., Kaysvllle H5.00
Con. Wagon & Machine- Co ut 00
Continental National hunk 125.00
Deseiet National bank -203.00
Desorei Savings bank COO.OO
Davis Co. hank, Parmlngton .... HO.OO
First National hank. Ogdcn 0S. 00
First National hank. Murray 110. 0C
First National hank. Logan ,200. Of
Home Fire Insurance Co...' "CP 00
II. J. Grant & Co
Lewlston Sugar Co 17 30
National Bank of tho Hepubllc 152.011
Nepal National bank . .120. 00
Ogden Savings bank , -75 oo
Plngrce National hank. Ogden 20n".CD-
Provo Com. & Savings bank mo 00
Rocky Mt. Bell Tel. Co s$ 00
Suit Lake Security &.'ni'ust Co H0.00;
State Bunk of Utah' Q0
State Bank of Brlghaiu City ISO.'oO
Sugar City Townslte Co 102 00
Thatcher Jiros. Banking Co.. Logan lSo'.Ot)
tTtah Banking Co., Lehl ,t A. Fork. 150. 0C
rtah-Iiluho Sugar Co., pfd 9. 05
Ctah-Idaho Sugar Co.. com 2 flu
Utah. County Light & Power Co.. lit"
Utah Hotel Co 100. Oil
Utah National bank 121.00
Utah Savings & Trust Co 112,00
Walker Bros., hankers 250.no
Western Loan & Savings Co IOC. on
Zlons Savings Bank &. Trust Co.. 460.00
Z. C. M. I 20i5.00
V.. C. Homo Bldg. ic 11. 15. Co., pfd 1.00
Z. C. Home Bidg. & R. E. Co.. com 1.00
Salt Lake City Railroad 10.1t
Sumptor Valley Railroad lOf.i
Utah County Light and Power Co 102
Utah Sugar Co lflp.i
' lyPROVEMENT Sill
ey m Bfpaai
Confusions and Infectious Dis
eases Show a Material
The contagious and infectious dis
ease situation in Salt Lake Cily shows'
a material improvement, in the weekly
report of tho board of health submitted
Saturday. Contagious and infectious
diseases dropped from forty-four canes
for the previous week to thirl.y-i'ivo
for the week just ended. Whooping
cough fell off u cases, ehiekoiipo. i!,
and smallpox and scarlet, fever, 1 each.
The thirty-five cases of contagious
and infectious diseases reported Cor
tlte week ending Saturday wore dis
tributed as follows: Smallpox. 1-1;
scarlet fever. M; diphtheria, -I; chlck
enpox, 2; whooping cough. 1.
Seven houses arc left, under quaran
tine on account of diphtheria, 157 on. ac
count of scarlet fever and 7 011 ac
count of smallpox, while 17 enscs of
the last named contagion remain ..at
the isolation hospital.
Births outnumbered deaths two to
one, with eight to spare. Th'ore wore
5S birt lis and 2 deaths. Of the births,
.'!'J were boys and 20 girls. Of the
deaths. 12 were males and females.
Three bodies were brought hero for
via O. S. Ij. lTan.il special low ratcs to
northern Utah and Idaho points, with
long limits. See agents for rates and
further particulars". CITV TICKET
OFF1CH, 201 MA l.T STRKKT.
The' following companies incorpor
The East Prince Consolidated Min
ing company of this city, taking over
In part payment of the capital stock
of $50,000, which is divided into o00.
000 shares of ten cents each, of which
IflO.OOS shares are treasury stock, East
Prince mining claims No's. 1 to 5) in
clusive in the Ely mining district, Lin
coln county, Xev. Lorenzo Durbnno,
Pioche. Nev., president: Daniel Sulli
vnn, Pioche, vice president; W. M.
Nichols, Pioche. secretary and treas
urer: Peter Targhetta anil .T oh 11 Soren
of this cit, additional directors.
The Majestic Amusement company of
this city, taking over tho Majestic
'moving picturo theater at First South
and State streets, capitalization, SoOOO,
in SOO shares, of $10 each, all sub
scribed: .1. A. Greenewald, president:
Harry Revier, vice president; Ford
Strouse, secretary and treasurer; A. Ij.
Jlrattain and Bessie Kovier, additional
The Trent Wilson Film exchange
of this city-.-, to furnish films for mov
ing pictuj-OK shows; capitalization, .20,
000? divifcul into as many shares.v of
$1 a pirjio: all subscribed; Max Flor
ence, president; 11. II. Butler, vice pres
ident; C. If. Wells, secretary and treas
urer: John Kern and Soren X. Chris
tensen. additional directors. The com
pany takes over the Trout & Wilson
Film exchange in the Brooks Arcade.
The Little Mitt Gold Mining com
pany of this city, taking over the
Inly Xos. 1, 2 and o and the Gray Eagle
mining claims iu the Draper mining
district, this county, in payment of the
capitalisation of $100,000, which is di
vided into 1.000.000 shares of $10 each;
Samuel A. King, president; Charles It.
Bates, vice president ;nnl treasurer; C.
II. Wilson, secretary; F. J'. McNeill
and F. L. La Grange, additional directors.
I HAS MORE THAN ORDINARY MERIT 1
I I PIP else surely cou not foave enjoyed pyfoSic
I Wlli confidence for over 56 years. It is abso- j
I I JSi lutely pore and whoiesomme and compounded
9 frm thse ingredients recognized by medical
I J 3-utlor'lt'ies as being he best for ailments of the
I I SfeoSea Stomacri Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. These j
I I aS sou' convince every such sufferer that j
H I lii'r8 S worV f a r a'- restore the
H 1 HSSp appetite, aid digestion, and prevent such ailments I
H I Hfi Heartburn, Flatulency HeadacSie, Ends- j
I gesfcion, Cosfcivcness, Biliousness, Sleep-
H I il'P Sessness, Female ills, Cramps, Diarrhoea,
H hmSmJ and Malaria. Try a bottle today.
I ni p a -n THE GENUBNE j
U MiUer & Arfclim- Drug Mi: S. B. Palmer, of
H C f $n7l Illin0iS1' S yB sale by all 1 Blmira, N. Y., writes, "I
H write: We have sold Druggists 6rocers or'Geu. have sold your Hostetter's
H I your Bitters for over 40 cral Dealcrs and hag onr Stomach Bitters for 34
1 years, and have never had private Stamp over the neck I years and it has always
I a complaint as to its 1 of bottle. Refuse all substi- B given satisfaction to my
1 merit." I tutcs or imitatioiiR. customers.'7
H I CONVALESCENTS WILL FIND THE BITTERS SPLENDID FOR RESTORING STRENGTH
H WHBiiiiWf-tfrtCT3gEgawMCTmwyLiii-j-ii i MM,3Mn'TTrrmTrmaMiiKncDnii i n humb h u
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of your consideration ? Is it not a significant fact too that M
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perts, for it contains no alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-forming drugs, and no agent enters into it J H
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tion for the cure of exactly the, same ailments for which this world-famed medicine is advised. 9
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Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. I
It's foolish often dangerous to accept a substitute of unknown composition in place of this time-tried
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Salt Lake Statistics
Frank Lambourne, 531 Sixth tivomie,
ltobcrt M. Wlihcrspoon, 23S Wast Third
W. 13. Coulnm, SG.1 East Second South,
Wilbur Jordan. 7(5 G street, boy.
i.ovcit P. Wilson. ISO U streot. Klrl.
Jlugh A. Whytock, 2U3 l-'Jfth Kust, boy.
Lurllo Hontrlco I.undquist. 5TD Fifth
avoniu: burns; aged Juno 11.
Alnrarut 10. Huliocl. Ml Kast Second
South: dlphtliorla; aged Juno 11.
Thomas 13. Jones, St. Marks hospital;
nephritis; aged 71: Juno 10.
livi'lyn Maddox Bowrs, Portland, Or.;
starlet fever: aped 0: April 8.
Carl WatKou Bowers. Portland, Or.;
scarlet fi'vr; apod ; April 16.
Eva Parkur, St. Murks hospital; nortlc
roKtirKltatlon; aged 30; June S.
He.rbert Alfred Ltooiehor. -'21 South
First West; measles; aged 1: June 11.
Charles 1 lendrlckson. BliiKlmin Can
yon; accident; aged 32; June 10.
J. II. Hales ond Ghana K. Brondbcnt of
Alexander Clyde Crawford nnd Jcnplo
Vllalo Romney of Salt Lake City.
Herbert Earnest Wilson of Spanish
Fork and Katie Cook of Eureka.
E. T.e Hoy Meeham and Sara Jnno Bco
lar of Salt Lake City. -
Harry J. Mines and Clara J. Tovnsond
of Salt Lake City.
Jeso Harris and Chloo Lay ton of Lay
ton. Con Jones of Salt Lake City nrui Au
gusta Carlson of Pleasant Grove.
James M. Flaherty and Bertha Wilson
of Salt Lake City.
Edwin L. Jones and Amy A. Butler
Charles Brunell and Violet Shipley of
Building permits for the week endlne:
Saturday almost reached the 5200,000
mark. Twenty-four permits. cnHin for
a total expenditure of 5UM5.000, were Is
sued by Building Inspector A. B. Hlrth.
This raises the total number of permits
for tho expired part of tho month to
forty-live and' the agpreKaiod expendi
ture they call for to ? 150.000. which Ih
52f.5.'J00 in exccsB or tho permits for tho
whole of tho corresponding month of
Monday was tho banner day of the
week for permits, teji permits for $172,
700 being Issued Tho rest of (he week
whs ay follows: Tuesduy. two permits,
for ?2000: 'Wednesday, three permits, for
$5500; Thursday, one permit, for ?2200;
Friday, live permits, for ?CG00; Saturday,
three permit, for SU200, as follows:
T. M. Snell. addition brick dwell
ing. 337 Eleventh East street.... 5 .200
13. n. Phelps, live-room, brick
dwelling. 177 II street 2,g00
William W. Eil wards, two-story.
7-room brick dwelling, Sll Soutn 1
West Tumple street 3;5Q0 J
Heal Estate Transfers.
Carrie A. Smith el a I. lo C. S.
Swain et !.. lot 3. block 2S,
Plat D -. 5 1.
Josephine Tlinrberg to O. Bowdon,
lot 2. block 27. plat E 10
Salt Lake Security and Tru3t Co.
to Louis Strohoner, lot 3, block
35, plat A 5,000
Bosalla Holgncz to Clayton Adams,
lots 11 nnd 12, block 3, Jordan
Henry B. Elder to .Tamos A. Peter
son, lot 2. block 70. plat C 2,100
Albert Benson to Oler Olson, part
lot 10, section 30, township 2
south, range 1 west l.SOO
Aol Benson and wlfo to Olef Ol
son, part section 31, township 2
south, range 1 east 1
Lavlnda P. Wclhe to James W.
Dansio, section 32. township 3
south, range 1 west 2G2.50
William Madsen and wlfo to W.
A. Morrow, lot JS, block 1, Pitts
subdivision 23. plat. C 250
Draper Commercial Co. to Hyrnni
B. Clark, part block 10, Draper
O. Bourbon to Josophlno "UMnborg,
lotK 2, 3 and I, Burr Oak addl-
, Uon 30
J. A. Frltsch to Fannie M. Edgar,
lot 12, block 2, Capitol avenue ad
NophI J. Hanson ot al. to Granito
Tin. Co., lot 12, block 17, 5-acre
Pint, A 575
Meholas Treloar and wife to Mary
H. Penrose, part lot 10, block 21,
10-acre piat A io
J- S. Sampson and wlfo to Albert
C. Evans, lots -13 and !), block 2,
Lyndalo . 5
T. F. Day ond wlfo to J. J. Fen
ton, lot 2G, subdivision block 10,
Plat C io
Harmon Cutler and wife to ,T. D.
Todd, lots -12. -13 and 11, block 5,
Perkins Grand View 750
Salt Lake Security and Trust Co.
to KImhall Ss Richards, lots 51,
00, 71, 75, and Hollywood tract.. 10
Following is the scliorlulo of subjects
for tho teachers' examination, to ho
hold at tho Lal'ayeUo school Monday
and Tuesday next:
Monday, English grammar 9 a. m.
lo 10:30 a. m.
United States liistorv 10:30 a. m. lo
Writing 1 p. m. to 2:30 p. m.
Pedagogics 2 p. 111. to 3:30 p. in.
Spelling 3:30 p. m. to 4;30 p. m.
Tuesday, arithmetic 9 a.' m. to 10:30
Geography 10:30 a. m. to 32 m.
Jioading 1 p, m, to 2:30 p. m.
ri'siology 2:30 p. in. to 3:45 p. m.
BELIEVE "BLACK HAND"
BEHIND BOMB OUTRAGE
MONTEREY, Mexico, June 12. In-
vnutitfiitions hv tho tinlieo nf Hio Vw.m.U
HIGH CLARNCES j
SOME MONTHS AGO WE. CONCEIVED THE IDEA OF BUILDING A GROUP OF MEDIUM-SIZED HOUSES 'If
AS THEY SHOULD EE BUELT WITH THE SAME SCRUPULOUS CARE," THE SAME ATTENTION TO DE- 1
TAIL, AND IN ALL RESPECTS IN THE SAME MANNER AS A $50,000 OR 5100,000 RESIDENCE IS CON- Wt
STRUCTED A THING WHICH HAS NEVER HERETOFORE BEEN DONE IN THIS CITY. Jf
THE RECOGNITION WHICH OUR EFFORTS HAVE RECEIVED HAS BEEN VERY FLATTERING. J
FOUR OF THE HOUSES ARE SOLD If
THREE OTHERS ARE NOW HEARING COMPLETION. WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THOSE WHO ARE fflf
INTERESTED IN A BETTER CLASS OF HOME TO THESE. WE VENTURE TO SAY THEY WILL SUIT THE Wt
Here is one :
PRICE $8500. m
The above is a 10-room houso, with two bathrooms, finished throughout in QUARTER-SAWED WHITE 0K AND
Constructed under constant supervision of architect. JK
ON 13TH EAST AT 4TH -SOUTH ST.
One 6-Room House Left for $5750 W
No. 12 E. Second South St. jit
throwing of a fow days ago lead them
to tho belief that the "Black Hand"
was concerned in the affair, and more
than thirty arrests have been made
Followiug tho arrest of Juan Fcrrino,
who throw a bomb into the law othVo
of Loon Floras Flores himself has been
arrested and is held in iail. A gen
eral round-up of suspects has nlso been
mado by tho police. The affair has
created a sensation.
I On Sale ' 'Monday," TiiUday'
and Wednesday. 1
Boys' all wool suits In the latest I
designs and nobbiest styles for 1
A few of our prices:
$4.50 suits $3.60
$3.50 suits 52.59
53.00 suits -. 52.17
i $2.00 suits $1.38
I P'lr ,,10lto: A sauaro deal for
I The Popular Clothing Co., I
I 322 South Main.
Wrffl S?1?' wtlh BItia RJbbo.
Til SW nko n lter. But f roir V .
-iv. ill " " " 1 H ..ui, ,i, , m.n.ii!TBBSaBj
MONEY COLLECTED. ' W
Nlm''tP.COnt,y C0,,eSl1 money for all of tho following clients. Koad tho list.' Sji
it. i kAWsron of le.'"' 0,10 of tIlc ropresentn 5250. collected from a' ;mWLf
party In Old roxlco. 1L had been owln,' for nearly ten voars- MR
1 OranKovIllo Co-op. Oranpevllle. Utah. jHl
B.J. "rt & C'o., Mothjna, Utah. Agii
S Carter's' League Cj-elo Store, Cltv iOT&. 1B5
I Dr. C. II. Sollor, TSvanston, U'yo". SlfS ClSat. 'IsRt
Rocky Mountain Bell Tel. Co.. City NgTj ISESt!
A. J. Williams. Jr., Sandy, Utah. 'Slag i MSiSei lsH9
Mrs. Rose Lyman, S9 E. Ihid So., City. tSsJSSsi iHI
Jaincs Grocery Co, City. 'IBS
I S. Dickinson,' Gi'ceGSO1 E?2ml So., T HH
jfR-dIdr. Cprlnno, Utah. flSS , IK
,,."!vrr Jn Jiour c,lni,m,s aill wo will collect some for vou. Wo collect !norolHj
J.A.iiflMm honi08t de,.)ts thlin ny collection ogenev In the world. Wo dls1l3Mt
covered that red streaks of honesty exist In everybody. tltlBl
MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, WLWk
... Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts, rooms 77. 78. 82. 33, 94. 07. 98. 9? JiSjHH
100. Commercial National Bank BTdg. Salt Lake City. Utah. Francis G. Luk K
Gen 1 Mngr. "Some People Don't Like Us." AM j
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