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g 9Q THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
I REALTY BUSINESS
Opening of Auerbach Store
! and ftew Car Line Have
I Promise of Trolley Service
I Southeast of City Is In-
3 Tivo ineidont of the past trcck had
n marked cfloct for tho betterment of
'5, fho local real catato market and Trill
5nct as an impetus to tho business for
several ivcoks to come, it is thought.
One vrnn tbo actual opening of tho ncrr
3 Auerbach department Etorc, markinc to
in Jar?o extent tho bopinnin of a sec
fond roUul district in tho city. Tho
other vras the opening of tho nevr l'lt
gironth East car line, which brinps
J much valnablo suburban property into
acIomt touch with tho city, thereby
J;uldiu? to its valuo and increasing the
& demand for lots.
5 Two big doalors in downtown prop
erty roport semral inquirios for busi
Hnes sites along Broadway and Stato
KHtrects in tho vicinity of tho new dc
Spnrtmonl store. It is sid on good au
Sthority that one bi-j deal whereby a
large retail houce now on Jd"uin stroct
&nll rust its fortune with Iho pioneers
gof the new district, is noorinc comple
3, Value have been risiiip steadily in
ithc suburban districts to tho southeast
of tho citv under tho promido of ptrcot
fenr service. 7aet week this promise
gbecume reality and allies jumped
z, 'l'hi uncertainties of autumn
gwcalhrr have i-husocI an epidemic
Sol' inlluonza and Cory.a aecord
ig to the Health Department.
1 II especially altccLs persons or
a advanced ftge and men and wom
fi(:i whovo constitutions have prc
pviowsly been weakened.
A It is known by lassitude, shiv
goinjfs, weigh I in the head, sneez
iiig. watery eyes, obslruction of
Inostril, followed by cough,
jtltoaiveneas au;l sore throat, pajus
Sand Morcness of limbs, loss o' ap
lpHit g U not whf-n th boJy ! hot. but
jHvhn .1 l coollnc ttwl It is most u-
m Pr. Humphreys' " Seven t,v
isrvpir' preoccupies the system.
S proven Us nnjl . breaks up ihp Cold.
S All Druggists -or. or mailed.
J HnnJplii.rK llomiHi. Mcdtcfno Co.. Cor.
iWl'ilam mmI Ann Street. New York.
Forest Dale Annexation Valuable To City
As Well as to the New Territory Involved
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MAP SHOWING NPW TERRITORY ANNEXED TO SALT LAKE OITY BY THE OITY COMMISSIONERS.
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accordingly. Dealers bavinp ofFormga
in the locality served by tho new car
lino report brisk demand for lots, many
of the buyers having plans for the
immediate construction of homes ot tho
hotter sort. Men who buy to hold their
property as an investment also are
turning their attention to the southeast
section as never before.
Effect of Election.
The past week maintained tho hih
average for gonoral trado that has
charartcrir-cd tho entiro autumn eea.
3on, though no big deals aro rcportd
on tho market. All dealers roport sat
isfactory business, some totaling their
pales for tho week higher than lor two
Though tho political campaign has
missed with but slight harmful effect
lo tho real estate business, most or
Iho dealers aro looking with rohef to
ward election day. They sav the best
trading of the year is apt to bo en
countered between election day and -December
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I Tho Miowstorm of last week, whilo
hampering operations toinporariry, 'ao
not stifliciently heavy to put a. stop
tn th ostcnsivo building activity that
is bi'ing maintained steadily in all parts
of the citv. Another montli of fairly
decent weather is looked forwnrd to
bv builders and contractors in which
to either complete their undertakings
or to cct thorn into suitable shape for
Van Nov Ruilwny Ncwb company of
."pMiM-ourl filed an niuondmcnl to Its artl
Hes cliunglii? tho name to the Van Noy
Uiillnay & Ncwa coinpiuiy.
Health Board Report.
The wcoHly rrport of the city heaJth
dcpiirtnK'iit show a total of thirty-two
Mrtlin. s-rvctitvon nialen and fifteen fc
niair. There were twenty df.itlu, twclvo
male and olslit females. During the wek
llipn wr rjppOrted Klxty-one cacB of
rontiiKlouH and infectious dlscasrs con
atjttliiR of fifteen smallpox, three dlph
thTln, two Kcarlft fevor, thlrty-nlnc
muial(.n and two chlckcnpox.
Material Increase in Really
Values Is Expected as
THE recent annexation of the oast
orn portion of Forest Dnlo has
added vory materially to Salt
Lako'a area. The now territory,
Fituatcd betwocn Twelfth and Thir
teenth South and. Ninth East and High
land park drivo, brings into tho city
some very valuablo land- Tho action
now pondfing to annox tho western half
of Forost "Dale, thoroby bringing into
tho city all territory east of Fifth East
nnd as far south as Thirteenth South,
is tho natural result, of tho recent action
of tho commissioners.
Forest Dale is logically ono district,
and to divido it would put tho school
houso in ono portion and tho larger pop
ulation in the other. Thoro scorns to bo
little doubt that tho ontiro district will
soon bo within municipal jurisdiction.
Members of tho country club aro well
pleased with tho official action of tho
commissioners as tho club buildings and
grounds on Ninth East aro now within
tho city limits. Tho new change from
county to city property -will no doubt
add a vory material increase lo the
value of all land includod. in tho district.
Kimball & Richards, land merchants,
who have some extensive holding in
tho newly annoxod territory, anticipate
a sharp stiffening of prices in tho dis
trict. Plat B, Highland Park and Glen
wood subdivision aro in tho now terri
tory, while Homefiold Acres, tho now
acreago tract, is just across tho street
from tho proposed now city limits.
Cash Prize Offered.
A cash prize of 525 has been offered bv
Gardner .t Adams to lt student who
makca the best record In tho salesman
plilp class at tho Tonne; Icon's Christian
association. Each student In this year's
claps will lie graded according to his ap
plication, advancement and attendance
Tho falfsmanship class will open 3Tbn
day cvenlnp at 8 o'clock with a lecture
by C. F. Adams of -Gardner fc Adams.
This lecture Is free to any person Inter
ested in salesmanship.
FEATURE OF WEEK
Begins Establishment of New
and Greater Retail Section
for Salt Lake.
The feature of tho week in the local
retail world was the opening of tho
Auerbach company 'h magnificent new
department storo on tho corner for
merly occupied bv the once-famous
Tvnulsford hotel, at State streot and!
Broadway. Tho new storo opened Hb
doors promptly at 1 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, and throughout tho after
noon and ovouing hundreds of shop
pers inspected tho new ontcrpriso.
oponly expressing their approval and
confidonce in its succoss.
No longer doubt is expressed that
the Auerbach move has bogun tho es
tablishment of a new and greater retail
center in the business section of Salt'
Lake. With tho Auerbach storo
opened in the now location, Keith
O'Brien's preparing to rcmovo to the
now structuro on tho southwest corner
of State street and Broadway, and un
usual building activity all along what
will be kuown as tho "White Way."
there is ovory reason to believe that
the predictions of those who have
placed their money and faith in the
new center- will be realized.
A significant fact in connection with
the movement is that it offers in
disputable evidence of the business
growth and expansion of Salt Lako.
Only a few years ago, Main street was
tho ono big business thoroughfare of
the city for retail firms, and no other
location was considered practical.
Todaj- new thoroughfares of trade
aro forming in every direction, and
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. - This is just the kind of an offering .
I .4 Midview properties present. There A F6W WOPuS AdOUI IUIuVIBW
' are only 598 of these properties. They U mjr w
s ' : ' range from 50x140 foot business lots - y nflSB WfflO RWOW
to tracts of I 1-4 to 15 acres, and one James A. Melville, Land Expert.
20-acre tract. Says: "The resources of the Uintah
I By an unique selling plan, the lots and Valley are unsurpassed by any sec-
1 ? tracts are all classed as properties and tin m Utah." j
' S0ld at the same uniform price. ' W. W. Armstrong, Pres. National ;
j :The VALUE of the smallest lot is Copper Bank Says: "In my judgment
J t .100, and the tracts range in value to tn Uintah Valley will show more
I as high as .S3000. Over two-thirds of gain than any other section of the
' foese properties are now sold. So you United States."
? will have to act quickly if you are. The Honorable William Spry, Gov-
' going to share in this dividend pro- ernor of the State of Utah, says: "The
ducer. The present price of these Uintah country has an exceedingly
properties is S'?5 each for three -prop- bright future. I look for a phenom-
j erties or less, 60 each for four prop- enal development."
The Town of Midview
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Stato street is becoming lined with
hoiuo of the largest retail firms of the
"ity, to say nothing of other business
structures that are going up. Tho most
pronounced development at the pres
ent time in this respect is cast on
Broadway and within n wide radius of
that street's intersection with State,
although business streets are upbuild
ing in every direction.
Another evidence that tho Salt Lake
retail house or dealer is not wasting
lime or money in husincst hero, is soon
in the many improvements going on
on all sides to provide facilities for
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201-202 Felt Building Phone Wagfe-
bicner and better operations.
Tho week proved satisfactory in
ovorv respect to the merchants, and
tho volume of trado exceeded .substan
tially that of tho preceding seven
days, lorgclv on account of tho advent
of colder weather and Tuesday's hard
snowstorm, which sent many nhoppors
flying after winter goods. Retail trade
is expected to pick up right along
from now until tho big holiday rush.
("ash sales maintained an oven bettor
percentage than usual as compared with
charge sales and rolloctions wero good.
THE WANT AD CHANGES ARE
Cheap, forceful, reliable Thousands
read them ovory day.
Qui-k loans male on tX
l'ul'rtlm; loans. Kju)
Riitf-s ahvavH n.ft ..Tf. Jy
funds -miKeiiurnUy no dtUnftlO
Tuttle Brothers CoX;3
150 Muln St. (Eastern 0Htl;
I These have purchased!;
A prominent Salt A laborer said: K2
I Lake lawyer said: Here my gar(lcn products, mybemaiw
I JI want this fine land to-provide my son poultrv will give me independence.
I M;ith l,sefulT a,,,d Profitable summer em- Hulc j., bc wcU protocted
H plovment. I also like its excellent close- ' , .,, , i.JB,fl
I in location. I believe it will prove a our little cottage will bc our own.
good investment." garclcnfrwill require only my spare tnMp i-
A mail carrier said: . consider this a turning point in myfljj
1 ''On this choice tract I can raise my own 'B
I living in my spare time. My family All agreed ft1
fl can live in the pure country atmosphere, iJBm
I and I. will still be close to my work." thai Homefiold Acres is the best garden
1 A lady nurse Said: judgment by investing. People in all wPj
1 "Mere 1 can make my home where the in- nnd conditions of life have purchased. Bjgi
1 come from my garden and chickens wilj all thal closG.in landbievW
I help me to independence. I know my in- ,T . ' vnTT tn IBl'
I vestment will be safe -iud sure " V 1S YOU to act. w'
A farmer said: Choice half-acres,
"l am delighted with my half-acre pur- $640 tO 740 eaW
J try home all in one. WMya ramiwntni "'eluding graded streets, eemwil vlflM
H enjoy the freedom of the country and yet ' shade trees, irrigating water w3j
I the very best quality. My garden will Only 1 3 tO S 1 5 Cash 'Mfc
n vegetables and fruits for the nearby mar- nd a like amount eacli month. tvKpX;
1 ket at top prices." ' Location 5t!li Hast and 13th South. Wft,'
I T consider this the best savings bank in- Tf rtin -fncf 5pp US MoflL!
vestment which it is possible for me lo " S going last. eeUS in Wfy
Kimball & Richards m