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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, April 05, 1914, Page 10, Image 10',
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HI 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1914.
I mm IS PLEDGED
TO PUBLICITY FUND
But $3 Separates the "Army"
and "Navy" in Race for
Total Yesterday Is $2326;
List of Subscribers Is An
nounced by Chairmen.
Subscriptions reported yes
terday . S 2,326 00
Previously reported 8,677 88
Total to dato Sll.003.88
A large majority of the "business
Interests of the city are still to bo
solicited by tlio joint advertising
committee. The campaign continues
with added impetus Monday.
Subscriptions to dato represent
those of 130 firms, companies and
individuals, making a general aver
age of more than $81 each.
Three dollars separates the Army and
Navy of the joint advertising fund cam
paign. The total signed subscriptions to date
to the fund destined to put Salt Lake
and Utah on the niup amount to $11,-
1 003. Five thousand five hundred and
three dollars ivas collected by the army
division of the campaigners, under
command of General Charles Tyng. A
total of $5500 is claimed, -without dis
pute, by Commodore P.. P. Redman, tho
dashing executive ofiicer of the navy,
which is otherwise the Eotary club.
The navy has not passed the rival
force at any stage of the campaign, the
army, which i& composed of the main
force of tho .-joint advertising fund com
mittoo.. having maintained a fair lead
all tho way. Yesterday's margin of
$3 is the nearest the navy campaigners
havo got, but Commodore J?edmnu free
ly predicts that his force -will go away
in the lead tho coming week.
Big Gains Reported.
Biggest gains yet wore reported at
yesterdaj'-'s meeting of tho publicity
fund campaigners. .Not the least of the
enthusiasm was supplied when W. F.
Jensen announced that E. J. Ulrica of
Colorado Springs, president of the Utah
Tec & Storage company of Salt Lake,
had increased the subscription of his
companj' from $1S0 to $600 a year
such was his beliof in tho need of wide
advertising for Salt Lake and Utah and
his confidence of the beneficial returns
to his own business.
3Ir. Ulrich is now in the city, being
-a guest at tho Hotel Utah, and in ask
ing Air. Jensen to increase his subscrip
tion ho observed that tho presont pub
licity fund campaign is the biggest
thing Salt Lake City is doing.
Mr. Ulrich gavo threo important rca
Bono for increasing his subscription,
which ho did voluntarily. His reasons
T believe that my business inter
ests will get a direct benefit from
tho joint advertising fund.
I believe that tho buildiup up of
this community will indirectly ben
efit my business.
I believe that this money is going
to be prnporli' and effective' ex
ponded. Subscriptions Increased. j
In making tho announcement in bo
half of Mr. Ulrich, Mr. J ensen said the
Jensen Creamery company would iri
creaso its subscription to the fund from
$180 to $300 a year. William Bowen
announced a lni-go subscription from
tho Crauo company and said the master
plumberB of the city had voted to sub
scribe to the fund. Royal V. l)aynes
reported that tho music stores and
I piano houses were coming forward with
Altogether it was the biggest day
yet of the campaign. The total for the
day was $2326.
Jay T. Harris scut in a subscription
for $10 a month, snying ho would in
crease it to $25 a month if tho total
fund gnes over $10,000.
"Tell him to have his money read.
TVo'ro going to do it," said several
"I'll tell him not to wait, but to send
it right in," replied Chairman Tyng,
"because we'ro going to get that $'10,
000 and then somo
"It is choering to havo a man like
Mr. Ulrich, and voluntarily, mind you.
increase his subscription' continued
Mr. Tyng. "His reasons for doing so
apply "to overyone direct benefits, in
direct benefits through the upbuilding
of tho community and belief that the
monev will be properly expended.
the campaign and more than $11,000
has been pledged to tde .joint advertis
ing fund by 130 subscribers. This is
an average of $S1.61 apiece, which is
very" remarkable and immensely satis
factory to mo."
There will bo no let-up of the cam
paign. Members of the committee are
anxious to mnko tho coming week far
eelipso tho past ono in the amount of
money subscribed. Daily meetings of
the general committee will be held, be
ginning at 12:15 o'clock noon, in the
Commercial club aud lasting ".-just an
List of Subscriptions.
Following is a list of tho firms and
companies which havo thus far sub
scribed to the .-joint advertising fund
and whoso signed cards have been
turned in at tho general" committee's
headquarters, Commercial club publicity
bureau. The list does not include the
four Salt Lako newspapers and other
periodicals, which have contributed
much space and support to the cam
paign. Hotel Utah, Seeing 'Salt Lake
company, Giesy-Walker company, Jcn
seu Creamery company, Hancock Bros.,
WIZARD OF THE WASATCH WEEK
What it means to Salt Lake City.
Salt Lako Photo Supply company, Utah
Photo Materials company, Scott studio,
Hollnrd Photo company, Olson & Grif
fiths, Photo Arts company, Amundson
studio, H. H. Hays, Wylio Way com
pany, Liberty studio, C. R. "A 11 red.
Coombs Drug company, Pallas, Price &
Richardson, Clover Leaf dairy, S. L.
Harris, John Held, Smith-Faus Drug
company, Western Moline Plow com
pany, Dr. R. R. Hampton, Houso of
Hopper, E. O. Lindgron, J. B. Flatow,
Jewelry Manufacturing & Engraving
company, Hubbard Denn Jewelry com
pany, w. M. McConahay. O. L. Eliason,
1 Jensen & Sons, John F. Boos, A. A. To-
bias, E. J. Leiff, T. W. Ireland, Con
sumers' Ico company, Utah Ice & Stor
age company, Redman Moving & Stor
age company, E. F. Hanna, F. J. Fab
ian, Eli L. Prico, Portland Cement com
pany, Halloran-Judgo Loan & Trust
company, Western Optical company, H,
O. Jensen, Columbian Optical company,
N. M. Long company. Modern Home
Builders company, Strovcll-Paterson
Hardware- company, Salt Lake Hard
ware company, Florsheim Shoe com
panv, Monroe studio, Salt Lake Stamp
company, Allis-Chalmcrs company, Rich
mond Machinery company, tairbanks,
Morse & Co., American Stoker company,
Brown, Terry & Woodruff company,
American Linen Supply company, Pans
Millinory company, L. & A. Colin, Aucr
bach company, A. Ncumeyer, Houston
Real Estate & Investment company,
Alex E. Carr, Georgo M. Cannon com
pany, Peterson RealEslato company, A.
Kichter, Kimball & Richards, Hubbard
Investment company, Bctillyon Home
Builders, company, Aflhton-Jenkins com
pany, Abo Mceking. Jr., C. F. Jennings,
Dayton Drug company, Utah .Fuel com
pany, Keith - O 'Brien c o m p n n y,
Schramrn-JohnHon, Willcs-Hornc Drug
company, E. B. wicks, Utah Light &
Railway company, Alkiro-Smith Aulo
compauv, A. O. Whitmore, Randall
Dodti Auto company, Bertram Motor
Supply company, Hampton Coal com
pany. Central Coal & Coke company,
Woodruff-Sheets-Morris Coal comjmny,
Jeremy Grain & Fuel company, West
ern Fuel company. Fischer-Kittle Cnal
company, Marsh Coal company, Citi
zens'' Coal company, Bamberger Coal
company. W. A. Dnvall. Acme White
Lead & Paint works, W. Birkouf, C, W.
Primroso, Dayncs Jewelry company, W.
D. Mathis & Co., A, M. Surbaugh, Stein
& Goldstein, Schubach Brothers. O. J.
Schaar, the Arrow Press. "Rose Printing
company, Consolidated Salt & Rot'ininf
company. Walkover Shoo store, Will G.
Farrell, Salt Lako Cabinet & Fixture
company. W. L. Wothorbee, American
Fixturo company, G. A. S. Express &
Transfer companv. Salt Lake Transfor
company, Utah Billposting company, O.
11. Snvaire companv, .T. A. DcBouzek,
Salt Lake Mining Review, Fulton mar
ket. Sparks-Eitc Gundy rompanv, Otto
heimer company, Union Paper Box com
pany, Callaway, Hoock & Francis. Salt
Lake Mattress comrjany, Utah Soap
company. Merchants' Candy companv,
George W. Ehcrt companv, Crano com
pany, Merrill-Koyscr company, S, Erick-son.
Fine Boy Arrives.
M. F. Iba, nsrent for The Tribune tn
Garfield, Is flouring that he can soon dis
pense with tho services of at least one
carrier since tho arrival of a twelve
pound boy In his home yesterday. Both
Mrs. Iba and baby are getting- along
TO MEET IP
Gather at WeslMf
I'lie ririh annual maetljjB?!
be hold Wednesday, April IMu
minster Presbyterian ,.lBK
and afternoon Sna
In connexion with thP coiM
will be a yomie peoKriBS
bank buW fflyVW
per will be served : at th ,K
Tbe missionary society
gin at lO::to a m. FotfowlJRi
gramme for tb0 morning B2K
Orsan prelude . . xrSfcft
Corresponding secretary ,
Secretary of literature KW
Secretary of Fr(:edman.""i5
Secretary of Sunday schoVlWj
Socretary of children' ' VtuX
Report or trVasuVe'r". vmtt'
Vocal solo ..SIra"TBEi
Devotional half hour..7.',Bl
At the afternoon ineetindB
neherd will deliver a S
Vision and the Taslt." MraHt
lead devotional servlco aniLt
Folkrod will render a violW?
session will conclude with tHL
officers and reports of conM!?
Funeral services for Mrs. jflL
50 years of age. who dled"E(
residence. 1950 Beck streat,T
a long Illness, will be hold
third ward chapel Monday sB.;
o'clock. Interment will be lBp
ful cemetery. Mrs. Burns iXfl
her husband, Joseph Burft
Charles T. Burns of this tXv'r
Eesidence and Factory 2450 Walnut Avenue.-'
CARL F. BUEHPl
Cement Contractor and Manufacturer of ?
Phone Hyland 1189. Salt Lake Cfit
The Tribune Is the Recognized Want-Ad j
If You Want Dry Goods, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Dry Goods Store. If You Want Groceries, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Grocery 9
Wm If You Want Clothin& Redeem Security Vouchers at the Clothing Store. If You Want Meats, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Meat Market M
P If You Want Shoes, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Shoe Store. If You Want Hardware, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Hardware Store, 1M
IgGB&l If You Want Furniture, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Furniture Store. If You Want Drugs, Redeem Security Vouchers at the Druggist's. - 9
S , SECURITY VOUCHERS WILL BUY ANYTHING UNDER THE SUN ' fl
131 c Sik i Seit?r V?uchei? wherever you trade. Do not confuse Security Vouchers with any other plan. Security Vouchers are the only profit sharing plan in
;!gj bait Lake City having a definite purchasing power. The following are a few of the progressive merchants who give and redeem Security Vouchers. Others will W
be added daily. Ask for them wherever you trade. tS
allipis Walker Bros. Department Store. Willumsen Cash Store, Grocer. The Owl Drug Co. Hamilton Grocery. Robison Drug Co. jB
?PQ0k Gardner & Adams Co., Clothing and Furnishings. Witherspoon Drug Co. W. Pickering, Grocer. W. H. Dayton Drug Co - Frazier's Grocery. Wt
Martin Coal Co. Witherspoon Drug Co. Hoggan & Pitts, Groceries and Meats. Gallivan-Conlon Co Groceries ' Whitworth's Drug Co., Both Store.
izBtfil Palace Meat Market. The Union Produce Co. Rostan Drug Co. F. P. Sherwood Druggist ' The Gorillthos Grocery and Meat Co. B
Coombs Drug Co .v.. Granite Drug Co. Hixson's Grocery. West Side Pharmacy ' V - v Waterloo Pharmacy.
Hodgert's Market. ""v ;)yt&: Bernstein's Family Liquor Store. Boyle Drug Co. Hoover Druff Co ' i ' Vermillion Pharmacy.
Sixth Avenue Drug Co. r-Hjn-v 26th Ward Market. F. M. Baer, Grocer and Meats! ' O. J. Yost, Grocer Murray City Pharmacy. -H
S. G. Saxman & Co., Grocers, Lloyd Drug Co. Acme Pharmacy. The Lion Drug Store Jacobson Grocery Co. !
. T. Hudson, Grocer.
1 KEEP THE DOLLARS AT HOME 1
The McKelvey Co.'s Security Merchandise Voucher Plan is the only one distinctly a Salt Lake plan for Salt Lake merchants and Salt Lake people. If you are W
t&k' insist on Security Vouchers. They are the only ones having an undisputed value. ifl
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