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f 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPT 10 1909 1909o
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HARRIMAN GREAT GREATfiNANCIAL GREATFINANCIAL
fiNANCIAL GIANT GIANTLifted
Lifted Himself to a Place PlaceAmong I
Among the Half Dozen DozenLeaders DozenfIE
fIE Leaders LeadersSON LeadersSoJ
SON OF A POOR CLERGYMAN CLERGYMANCOLDBLOODED CLERGYMANJ CLERGYMANCOLDBLOODED
J
COLDBLOODED AND DEVOID OF OFSENTIME OFSENTIMET
SENTIME T TNew
1
New York Sept tFrom aril man 1RaIIhood manhood
hood a eommandlng fiBUre In adenine adeninecircle a weziIng weziIngcircle
circle of Wall street aeUvttr It was In
1891 that Edward Henry Harriman Harrimangained Harrimangained
gained a foothold by which be lifted liftedhimself liftedhImeIf
himself from the numeroWi company of ofmoderately oCmoderately
moderately aucceatul ftnaaclenl to a aplace aplace
place amon among the halt dozen ftnancial ftnancialgiant flnanclalgiants
giant ot the country countryUnion countryUnion
Union Pacific stock was going bq bqginc begging
ginc and the road was the de despair pair of ofmany ofmany
many moneyed interests Harriman Harrimanbacked Harrimanr
r backed by Kuhn Loeb It Co and andStandard andStandard
Standard on Interests undertook Its re rehabilitaUon req
q habilitaUon Be secured a controlling controllingInterest
1 Interest reo reorganized 1sed the management managementnnd
and converted the bankrupt company companyInto companyI
I Into one of the best dividendpayers In Inthis Inc
c this rehabilitation and later when he hetook heJ
J took hold ot the Southern Pacific Bar Harriman Barrirnana
riman policy was one of lavish ex exendtture expenditure
endtture > which made the properties as asnear asiear
near ph physIcally aically perfect as possible The Thematter The2natter
matter of dividends was allowed to wait waitupon waitupon
upon their perfection perfectionStruggle perfectionStruggle
Struggle With Morgan MorganHarrlmans MorganHarrimans
Harrlmans most spectacular perform performance
ance was In 1901 when he struggled with withthe withthe
the Morgan and Hill interests for con controt on ontrol
trot of the Northern Pacific On May 9 9of 9of
of that year the historic Northern Pa Pacific Paelite
elite corner resulted In the stock of the thecompany thecompany
company going to 1000 At the show showdown showI
I down Harriman produced 78000000 7800000011n 78000000tin
11n tin stock out of a total of 155000000 155000000Hoever 155000000Eowever
Hoever the mnMorgan people held heldthe heldthe
the whip hand through a bylaw which whichermltted whichpermitted
permitted > the retirement of preferred preferredstock preferredstock
stock at any time Of his holdings 41 41i
000000 was preferred stock but Harri Harrii Harriman
i i man secured a eompromise and he and andsome andsome
some of his associates were elected to tothe tothe
the Northern Pacific directorate directorateHarriman directorateI
I Harriman made his debut as a rail ralli
L i road man In 183 when he became a di director dlrector
rector of the Illinois Central He was wasthen wasthen
then worth noooooo He formed a busi busiIne
1 Ine ness s alliance with Jacob H SchUr and andhis andhis
his Influence In Wall street grew rapid rapidIy
z Iy In 1894 he attempted to reorganize reorganizethe
the Erie railroad and was soundly BOundlywhipped soundlywhipped
whipped In a fight with the Morgan in interest
3 terest rndaunted be set about to tolearn tolearn
learn the railroad business In a way to tomake toi
i make him a master and BO equipped equippedhinwelt equippedhimself
himself for the successful undertaking undertaking1th
1 with the Union Pacific PacincSoft PacificSon
Soft of Poor Clergyman ClergymanMr
r Mr Harriman was born in Hemp Hempstead Hempstead
stead L L Feb 25 1848 the third son sonof sonof
of Rev Orlando Harriman jr rector of ofSt ofSt
St George Ep Episcopal lCOpal church at Hemp I Istead
r stead The youth who was to become a amultimillionaire
multimillionaire knew no luxuries and andworked andworked I
worked hard for the little education he hereceived hereceived
received At 1 16 he found employment employmentas
as an errand boy In a brokers office in inall InWall
Wall all street He developed Into an as astute astute
tute lad always looking for a chance chanceto
to better himself and in 1810 before he hewas hewas
was 23 years old be had bought a eat seaton eaton
on the New York stock exchange and andpaid andpaid
paid for it with 0000 he made In spec speculation speculation
ulation ulationHe
He learned his elementary lessons In Infinance infinance
finance In the school of Jim Fisk Jay JayGould JayGould
Gould and Commodore Vanderbilt and andem andemerged
em emerged ed a broker on his own account accountdevoid accountdevoid
devoid of sentiment In business This Thiswas Thisr
r was shown when he ousted from the thepresidency thepresMency
presidency of the Illinois Central rail railroad railroad
road Stuyvesant Fish a man 3ho 3hoprobably vhoprobably
probably had done as much to help Bar Harri Barriman
ri riman man on his career as any other man mannow mannow
now living and who had years before beforemade beforemade
made him vice president of the road roadWhen roadWhen
When the Insurance scandals of 1905 1905broke 1905broke
broke out Harriman was a director of ofthe ofthe
the Equitable Life assurance society societyof
of which his friend James H Hen en Hyde Hydeowned HydeOWflOd
owned a controlling stock Interest Bar Harriman Barriman
riman was Hydes closest adviser in the thefight thefight
fight to dl dlsplaee plaee Hyde and many have bavesaid haveI
I said the result might have been differ different differI different
ent had Hyde not turned upon Harri Harriman Harriman
man and charged him with being an anenemy anenemy
enemy in the guise > of a friend friendWhen friendWhen
When Thomas F Ryan turned up a acouple acouple
I couple of months later as the owner of ofthe ofl
l the Equitable Harriman said he was wasdisappointed wasdisappointed
disappointed and admitted before the theAnn theArmstrong
Ann Armstrong tron Investigation committee that thathe thathe
he had expected to buy It for himself
Business Absorbed Him HimOutside
I IOutside
Outside of his business Harriman Harrimanfound Harrimanfound
found time or cared for ltttle but his hisfamily hisF
family and a single hObby the building buildingof
of a great estate The metamorphosis metamorphosisof
of his place at Arden from a rock rockcountr rocky rockycountry
country forest Jpto a kIngs park and andpalaee andpalace
palace 18 well known The work is still stillunftnlshed stillunfinished
F unfinished unftnlshedIr
Mr Ir Harriman married Miss Mary MaryAverill MaryAverlll
Averill of Rochester N Y Five chil children children
dren were born three girls and two twoboys
00 00The boys boysThe
The eldest daughter Is the wife of ofRobert ofm
m Robert 1 L Gerry BOn of Commodore EI EIbrldse Eli
i bridge T Gerry The second daughter daughterIs
Is Mary and the third Carol The eldest eldestson eldestson
son Walter A venU Is just out ot col college cciU
U legs and Is learning the railroad busi business busiless
ness The younge youngest t Roland is 14 years yearsold yearsold
old and stilt In school schoolUTAH schoolUTAH
UTAH INDIAN VETERAN VETERANDIES VETERANDIES
DIES IN THE EAST
SpecIal to The H raldRepublfcan HraldRepubllcancston raldRepublfcanB
B 8ton Sept epL tGeneral Frank C CAMIUItroDI Cz
z Armstrong a former noted Indian fighter fighterand fighterr
r and Confederate leader Is dead at his hisIumm
I Iumm umaer r borne In Bar Harbor He was washorn wasI
I horn in 183 at the Choctaw agency In Inlian Inthan
than Territory and after graduating from fromHoly fromHoly
Holy Cross college became an Indian Indianfighter Indianfighter
fighter For bravery In an Indian en encounter eni
i counter he was appointed to a United UnltfdState8 UnitedStates
States army lieutenancy and fought In InTtah InUtah
Utah with General Johnston When hen the theCiU thejvIi
CiU jvIi war opened he threw hi his lot with withthe withthe
the Confederacy and for brilliant work workIn
1 In II the Alabama and MIssissippi cam campliglUl camjalgns
pliglUl became came a hTi brigadier adler general Aft AftI Aftcr
cr I the war he became an Indian inspec inspector
tor torBOYS torBOYS
BOYS OF MURRAY CAUGHT CAUGHTSTEALING CAUGHTSTEALINGWATERMELONS
STEALING STEALINGWATERMELONS STEALINGWATERMELONSL WATERMELONS WATERMELONSYesterday
L Yesterday morning three youngsters of
Murray were taken before G M Mum Mumford Mumford I
ford probation officer charged with pll pllfrt p0ferlng
frt ferlng the watermelon garden of A Brad Bradford Bradford
ford They made three visits Their last lastS
8 ttempt wu their undoing They are aU aUplaced anplaced
placed on probation probationSEPTEMBER probationr
r
SEPTEMBER 16 16YELLOWSTONE 16YELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCUR EXCURSION EXCURSION
SION SIONVIa SIONVia
VIa Oregon Short Line U52S for com compleu coinplet
pleu th fiv1ay Y tour including rail an4 an4stag an anstag
stag transportation and eeOIIImoda aecoinmodatoni eeOIIImodatlolW
toni d L Lrtc1ass tjass hotels City Tlck Ticket TicketOfihr t tom
om Ofihr 1 Iain stnt Phones 2 O OTlr
L
Tlr fo ntra1 oal Coke ornpany compmnyhas I
hu lTif IT i no chang in thl 1rip of ofRock OfRock
t1 1 and 13 tU I IIt
Rock i rzs S Edling rlIingIt
It at b7 15 per ton tonrrand tonGrand
Grand ball Vandamere Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynignt
night
VICE PRESIDfNlHfADS PRESIDENT PRESIDENTHEADSRAILROAD
HfADS HEADSRAILROAD HEADSRAILROADR RAILROAD RAILROADR
R S Lovett Takes Charge of ofthe ofthe
the Big Harriman Or Organization Orci
ganization ganizationABILITY ci an ization izationABILITY
ABILITY IS UNQUESTIONED UNQUESTIONEDGENERAL l lGENERAL
GENERAL COUNSEL IS NOT A ASTRANGER ASTRANGER
STRANGER IN UTAH UTAHR
R S Lovett commonly known as asJudp asJudge
Judge Lovett Is now at the head of the theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman organization as first vice vicepresident vicepresident
president of the Union Pacific railroad railroadand railroadand
and several other of the large compa companies conipaflies
flies In the Harriman combination and andhe andhe
he Is also general eneral counsel for the Har Harriman Harriman
riman Interests On the general plan planof
of organization of the Union Pacific and andother andother
other Harriman roads the bylaws pro provide provide
vide that the stockholders at their an annual annual
nual meetings shall elect boards of di directo dlrectoe
recto rectoe and that the directors shall elect electthe eiectthe
the oftlcers from among their number numberThe numberThe
The bylaws also provide that the dl dlrect dlrectors
rect rectors rs shall have the power of filling all allvacancies allvacancies
vacancies in the list of officers officersR
R S Lovett was elected first vicepresident Vice Vicepresident
president of the Harriman companies companiesat
at the death of William D Cornish last lastyear lastyear
year and previous to that time he had hadbeen hadbeen
been general counoI tlun 11 to the Harriman
Robert 5 Lovett Lovettlines Lovettlines
lines a position to whkh h ho > had sue succeeded suecorded
corded Mr r Cornish a few years before beforewhen fore forewhen
when Mr Ir Cornish took the position of offlrIt offirst
first vice president of the Union Pacific Pacificand Pacificand
and other lines Mr Cornish was well wellknown wellknown
known In Salt It Lake where he had hadmade hadmade
made many friends on his occasional occasionalvisits occasionalvisits
visits here Mr Loett however is not notas notas
as well known In Salt Lake but those thosewho thosewho
who hue been In any way associated associatedwith
with him speak of him as a man of ex exceHent excelletit
ceHent ecutie and legal ability abilityr
Mr r Lovetts last visit to Salt Lake Lakewas Lakewas
was at the time of the hearing of the thecase thecase
case against the express companies companiesbrought companiesbrought
brought before the interstate commerce commercecommission commercecommission
commission b by the merchant of Boise BoiseMr BoiseMr
Mr Lovett was in charge of the defense defenseat
at the Salt Lake hearing and in this thisinstance thisInstance
instance pitted against a young atton attonney attorney
ney of Boise the decision was In favor favorof
of the Boise merchants merchantsP
P L Williams local attorney for the theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman interests said yesterday that thatMr thatMr
Mr Lovett was a man who commanded commandedthe
the respect and admiration of his aS80 aS80elates assoelates
elates and was regarded as a business businessman businessman
man of excellent poise and ability
Well Regulated Machine MachineIn
In the administration of the affairs of ofthe ofthe
the Harriman lines details have been beenleft beenleft
left almost entirely to subordinates and andthe andthe
the organization has been that of a per perfectly perfedily
fectly regulated machine Mr Harri Harriman Harriman
man has seldom been bothered with the thesmaller thesmaller
smaller affaire but In the big questions questionsof
of policy extension retrenchment or orcombination orcombination
combination E H Harriman has been beenthe beenthe
the absolute czar of his system and his hisword hisword
word has been final and absolute as it itcame Itcame
came from his position of chairman of ofthe ofthe
the executive committee of the board of ofd1rectors ofdirectors
directors This committee In addition additionto
to the chairman consists of R S Lov Lovett Lovett
ett Henry C Frick Frank A Vander Vanderlip
lip and Marvin Hughitt and the dut dutof duties dutiesof
of the other members of the board of ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors consisted mainly In me meeting meetingoccasionally ting tingoccasionally
occasionally to ratify formally the ac actions acHens
Hens of the executive committee committeeLocal committeeLocal
Local officials of the Harriman lines lineswould lineswould
would express no opinion as to whether whetheror
or not R S Lovett would be elected electedpresident electedpresident
president of th the cempanles of which he heis heis
is first vice president and will be acting actingpresident actingpresident
president until the vacancies are flied ftnedby fliedby
by the directors It Is known however howeverthat howeverthat
that the general belief among the 001 001tals offidais
dais and employes of the Harriman Harrimancorporations Harrimancorporations
corporations in Utah is that the annual annualreport annualreport
report soon to be issued will be signed signedby
by Robert S Lovett as president
LONDON NEWSPAPERS NEWSPAPERSTALK
TALK OF HARRIMAN HARRIMANLondon
London Sept 9E II Harriman Harrimandeath Ilarrimanjideath
death 18 made the leading feature of many manyof
of the London newapa newspapers rs which print printportraits printportraits
portraits and long articles of his career
The news of his death came too late to togather togather
gather the opinions of British financial financialmacnates financialmagnates
magnates but the general opinion in
financial circles is that the disturbance disturbanceof
of the stock market here will b be only
temporary and slight some even think
Ing that there may be an upwlfl reac
tion in prices pricesTbere pricesThere
There has been a gradual dwindling of ofmarket ofmarket
market value during Mr Harriman UI UIneu illness
ness and as the speculative commitments
In American securities have been yery
small I in London the effect ol hill death
baa been largely discounted
Today however ill the concluding day
ot the fortnlgbtly settlement and many
rumors are a afloat oat of difficulties m the
Amrican market owing to the NCent
decline In prices > tl According to one onemor nf nfmor
mor it Ls assert asserted that a European syn
dlcate is bt being > lng formed to sipper pport prices
According to another bi big GPelAfr are
in trouble A feeling of anxiety there
fore prevails prevailLThe prevailsThe
The Central Coal C Coke ke company
hall made no change In the price Of
Rock Springs coal and Is still selling
It at 5 575 7i per ton tonGO tonGO
GO TO YELLOWSTONE PARK PARKFI PARKFIRST
FI FIRST RST CLASS CLASSRpt CLASSSept
Rpt lit 1 via Ia Oregon Short Line Only
4j 425 5 fM complete fiveday tour wit witlmmdations with withL
lmmdations L mrrodatjon at the five large park
htI this rate Including rail and andstage andstage
stage expenses City TIcket Office 201 Ol
Main street streetHam streetHan
J
Ham Han jn paints signs Both phones
HARRIMAN lOVED lOVEDBY LOVEDBY
BY ASSOCIATES ASSOCIAnSVice
Vice President Calvin of the theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific Talks of ofDead ofDead
Dead Chief ChiefSan
San lirancI8CO Sept LEdwanl H HHarriman HHarriman
Harriman was the greatest raflroad raflroadIenlU8 raifroadgenius
genius the country ever has produced producedand
and per personally onally he was a lovable char character character
acter He was little understood by the thepubliCo thepublic
public publiCoSUh publicSuch
Such was the tribute paid by E E ECalvin Ecalvin
Calvin vice president and general generalmanager generalmanager
manager of the Southern Pacific to his hislate hislate
late chief chiefHjirrlman chiefHrrfman
Hjirrlman was well loved by the themen themen
men who were associated with him as ashis ashis
his subordinates In the railroad world worldlr worldMr
Mr lr Calvin continued He studied the thecharacteristics thecharacteristics
characteristics of his officials and andwhen andwhen
when satisfied with them they had his hlBfuUest hisfullest
fullest confidence confidenceBecaulle confidenceBecause
Because of Harrimans genius for fororganization forOrganization
organization I think his death will wnlhave willhave
have comparatively little effect on th thcarrying the thecarrying
carrying out of his plans for the 1m 1mprovement Improvement
provement of the roadS under his con control control
trol All big undertakings in the w west westmapped llf llfmapped
mapped out by him were considered consideredand
and planned In detail and I believe belieyethey believethey
they will be carried out by his asso associates associates
ciates without the slightest interrup interruption
tion tionAs As to who will succeed harriman I Ihave Ihave
have no official Information JuliusKruttacbnhtt Julius JuliusKruttsclmltt
Kruttsclmltt and J C Stubb always alwaBhave alwayshave
have been closely in touch with Harrl Harrlmans Harrimans
mans plans and so far aa 7J I know knowthey knowthey
they will continue to executeethe de details details
tails tailsGfNIUS tailsGENIUS
GENIUS PROVES PROVfSRI PROVESREINCARNATION
RI REINCARNATION REINCARNATIONHarriman CARNAlmNHarriman
Harriman May Have Been a aMerchant aMerchant
Merchant of Rome Says SaysLecturer SaysLecturer
Lecturer Last Night NightSpeaking NightSpeaking
Speaking on The Memory of Past PastBirtLs PastBirths
Births at the library hall C Jinarajadasa Jinara JinarajadaFa
jadaFa of Clon remarked remarkedherever remarkedWherever
Wherever a man shows unusual unusualability unusualability
ability while young he is a proof 0 0rtinearnation of ofreinarnation
rtinearnation If a man like Harriman Harrimanbefore Harrimanbefore
before he is 22 2 has already made hit hitmark 1I 1Imark
mark the only reasonable explanation explanationof
of his ability Is that Ie developed It Itduring Itduring
during a previous life on earth Harri Harriman Harriman
man might have been one of the big bigmerchants bigmerchants
merchants of Rome men that con controlled eontrolied
trolled the grain output of a dozen dozenlargE dozenlarge
largE provinces in the Roman empire empireOn
On the theory of reincarnation you can canexplain canexplain
explain genius geniusNapoleon geniusNapoleon
Napoleon may well have been Han Hannibal Hannibal
nibal Lincoln is like Om of the He Hebrew Hebrew
brew prophets reincarnated There is isIs isis
Is little doubt that Emerson was a aGreek aGreek
Greek philosopher in his last life lifeTonight lifeTonight
Tonight Mr Jinarajadasa speaks on onThe onThe
The Brotherhood of Rplfgions RplfgionsHARRIMANS RliionsS RliionsIIARRIMANSGREAT
S
HARRIMANS IIARRIMANSGREAT GREAT WORK WORKUndertook WOR WORUndertook
Undertook Task of Building Up the theUnion theUnion
Union Pacific When Well Up Upin Upin
in Years YearsNew YearsNew
New York Sept 9The great achieve achievement achievement
ment of Mr Harrtmans career as a afinancier afinancier
financier and railroad mana manar r was the therehabilitation therehabilitation
rehabilitation of the Union Pacific rall7 rall7way rail railway
way system Mr Harriman undertook undertookthis
this herculean task wh when n he Ie was wasnearly wasnearly
nearly 50 years ears of age and after he had hadonce hadonce
once practically retired from business businessOther businessOther
Other financiers had failed signally to toput toput
put these properties on a paying basis basisbut basisbut
but Mr lr Harriman following th the reor reorganization reorganisation
ganization of the Union Pacific In 18117 18117began 1897began
began a systematic plan to place the theproperUes theproperties
properties in the bet possible cOndition cOnditionfor
for their maintenance at a high stand standanI standard
anI of efficiency It was his Policy to tokeep tokeep
keep his railroads In the best workable workablecondition workablecondition
condition confident that sooner or later laterthe laterthe
the question of dividends would take takecare takecare
care of itself luelfTo itselfTo
To the task he had undertaken Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman
Harriman gave unfiagglngindu unflagging industry industryand tr trand
and It was his constant work that thatbrdught thatbrdught
brdught on the final breakdown in his bishealth hishealth
health Stomach trouble developed developedmore
more than a year ago and medical medicaltreatment medicaltreatment
treatment gave no relief This sum summer summer
mer be went to Europe to consult the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest specialists there but he was wasnot wasnot
not benefited benefitedOn
On his return to this country he went wentat
at once to his magnificent country home homeat
at Arden where death occurred occurredSpecial occurredS occurredSpecial
S
Special Sale SaleDairy SaleDairy
Dairy ompany complete equIpment equIpmentestabUshed equipmentestablished
established trade for sale subject to tocourts tocourts
courts orders Gco E Ford Receiver
919520 Bo Boton ton Building
OffiCIAL WORD WORDRECEIVED bVORDRECEIVED
RECEIVED HERE HfRfw
w H Bancroft General Man Manager Manager
ager of Oregon Short Line LineReceives LineReceives
Receives Sad News Newsmdal News1flcIal
mdal word of the d desh h of E H HHarriman HHarriman
Harriman was flashed over the wires wiresof
of the entire Harriman railroad system systemwithin systemwithin
within a few minutes after thc railroad railroadwlaarcl railroadwIzard
wIzard passed away A telegram to tow
tw w H Bancroft Harrimans chief lieu lieutent lieutent
tent in Utah and general manager of ofthe ofthe
the Oregon Short Line said simply elmplyE
E H Harriman died at 330 this aft afternoon afternoon
ernoon R S LOVETT LOVETTThis LOVETTThis
This was received at Mr Bancrofts Bancroftsomce Bancroftsoffice
office at lf5 p m while Mr Bancroft Bancroftwas
was at lUQcheonvand the Information Informationwas
0
was telephoned to him at the Alta Altaclub Altaclub
club Mr Bancroft came to his office officeimmediately officeimmediately
immediately After sending a number numberof
of telegrams Mr Bancroft was closet closeted
ed with P L Williams general attor attorney attorney
ney for the Oregon Short Line for forBOrne forsome
BOrne time timeMr thneMr
Mr Bancroft was greatly affected by
the news of MnHarrlmans Mn Harrimans d death deathEver 8th 8thEver
Ever since Mr Harrimans late illness illnessMr ilihessMr
Mr Bancroft has kept in close touch touchwith touchwith
with his condition and was greatly greatlyrelieved greatlyrelieved
relieved at the favorable reports con concerning concernlng
cerning him Wedne Wednesday day On receipt of ofthe ofthe
the information yesterday that MrHarriman Mr MrHarriman
Harriman was dead Mr Ir Bancroft sent senta
a dozen telegrams of condolence to tomembers tomembers
members of the family and others im immediately immediately
mediately connected with the bUfn bUfnatfairs buslnesaffairs
affairs of the great railroad magnate macnateWill magnateWill
Will Make Statement StatementMr
Mr M Bancroft yesterday denied him himself himself
self to newspaper men who sought soughtstatements soughtstatements
statements from him He explained explainedthat xplalnedthat
that the shock of Mr Ir Harrimans Harrimansdeath Harrimansdeath
death had unnerved him and that he hewas hewas
was in no condition of mind yesterday yesterdayto
to talk on the subject at all Within a afew afew
few days he has promised to make a astatement astatement
statement statementAssistant statementAssistant
Assistant Superintendent R E Hunt Huntof
of the Utah LIght 01 Railway company companwhich companywhich
which companyis owned by Harriman Harrimaninterests Harrimaninterests
interests was in consultation with Mr MrBancroft MrBancroft
Bancroft a few minute yesterday aft afternOOn at t ternoon
ernOOn Mr Hunt said that he did not notcare notcare
care to make any statement cencern cencernIng cencernIng
Ing Mr Harrimans death at the pres present present
ent time Whether the death of Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman
Harriman Is likely to affect the pro progressive progressive
gressive policies that he had inculcated inculcatedInto
Into the management ot the street rail railwa railway
wa way system In Salt Lake Mr Hunt Huntsaid Huntsaid
said he was not prepared to state stateSince stateSince
Since Harrimans control of the sys system systern
tem It has been built up and improved improvedconstantly improvedconstantly
constantly and the opinion Is that thc thcpolldes thepolicies
policies of progression wilt 11I be con continued continned
tinned tinuedThe tinnedThe
The Central Coal Ie Coke company
las made no change In the price of ofRock ofRock
Rock Springs coal and ill still selling It Itat I Iat
at 675 per tr ton tonMrs tonMrs
Mrs Winsloys Winslows Soothing Syrup Syrupball
ball been used for YEARS oy M lIT I I III IIIof i iof
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN CHILDREWHILE CHILDRENWHILE
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT PERFECTELCCESS PERFECTSUCCESS
SUCCESS It SVOTHES the CHILD CHILDSOFTENS CHiLLSOFTENS
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all allPAIN altPAIN
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is th thbest thbest
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by byDruggists byDruggists
Druggists in every part of the world orld He Hesure liesure
sure and ask for Mrs Wlnslows Sooth Soothing Soothing
ing Syrup and take no other kind kindTwentyfive kindTwentyfive
Twentyfive cents a bottle GUARAlo GUARAloTEED GUARATEED
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG DRUGACT DRUGACT
ACT June 1906 SERIAL l t LM LMi0O >
lld i0O
UNION DENTAL CO
212 MAIN STREET STREETHONEST STREETHONEST
HONEST WORK WORKHONEST WORKHONEST
HONEST PRICES PRICESPainleS9 PRICESPainless
Painless extraction ot teeth or orno orno
no pay All work guaranteed guaranteedCoolest guaranteedCoolest
Coolest office In the city
Electric r at each chair chairREMEMBER chairREMEMBER
REMEMBER US USWe USWe
We Treat Y Yiu u Right RightHOTELS RightHOTELS
HOTELS AND RESORTS RESORTSBRIGHTON RESORTSBR
BRIGHTON BR KHTO N HOTEL HOTELSILVER H 01 EL ELSILVER
SILVER LAKE UTAH UTAHMost UTAHMost
Most Beautiful Spot In Utah
Now ODen ODenDally OnenDaily
Dally stage le leaves ves 8ugar ular House at 739 739a
a m arrives Brighton 1 p m Leaves
Brighton at fJJ p m arrIves Sugar
HouS1 8 p m mThrft mThree
Three > relllYs or hO horss J En route routlSEATTLE routeSEATTLE
SEATTLE W WASHINGTON WASHINGTONHotel ASmNGTONotel
Hotel Savoy woy woyConcrete I IConcrete e
Concrete steel and marble In heart heartof
of city 210 rooms 135 baths Eng English English
lish Grill 100 up
Only a GOOD whiskey would be made for
52 years without varying varyingIf
If you would try it you would know why whywe
we never wanted to change the fine distinctive distinctiveflavor distinctiveflavor
flavor and perfect purity of ofa ofW
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change or money refunded if not as represented Every Everyraor Everyrazor
razor honed and cet et ready for use We bought away under underregular
1 regular values we are selling them at lowest price ever evernamed
I ikiii4 named for such quality qualityAlso qualityj
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Finest strop In the world hones and polishes a razor to the thekeenest thekeenest
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have priced them at 97c for this quick closing sale saleSEND sateSEND
SEND IN YOUR MAIL ORDERS for Razors or Strops with 10 cents postage A careful selection will be made If IfIt ifIt
It proves unsatisfactory we refund the money moneySHAVING I
SUA SHAVING VING REQUISITES REQUISITESExtra
Extra special reduced prices on shaving materials during the great sample razor sale
t Shaving Powders Powders25c
25 25c Rexall Violet Talcum 15e 15e25c 15c25c
25c Colgates Violet Talcum 15c 15c25c 15eri
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Shaving Soaps SoapsWilliams
Williams Shaving Soap 5e 5eColgates 5cColgates
Colgates Shaving Soap 5c 5crmours 5cArmours
Armours rmours Shaving Stick 17c
SAVE THE DIFFERENCE DIFFERENCEAt i iAt
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CONSULTATIONS AND EX EXAIINATIONS EXAMINATIONS
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MRS G B L H PICKARD
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Moses Thatcher VIc President PresidentElias PresidentEllas
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14 S Hills John R Barnes John C Cut Cutler CutSicr
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25c 25cIugs DIugs 170 17050e 17o5Oc
50e Mugs 34c 34cShaving 34eShaving
Shaving Lotions LotionsImported
Imported Bay Rum 75c full pint pintsale pintsale
sale price 45c 45cFull 45cFull
Full pint Dickinsons Witch Hazel 15 15per 15per
per cent alcohol 300 300Rexall 35cRexaIl
Rexall Shaving Lotion the best after aftershaving aftershaving
shaving preparation on the market marketregubr marketregular
regular 300 sale price 25c 25cShaving 25cShaving
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25c Dore Toilet Cream 17c 17c25c 17c25c
25c Ideal Lotion 17c 17c50c 17e50c
50c Dore Almond and Benzoin Cream 38c
September 10 and 11 11Last 1 1 1Last
Last Two Days on Which the Low Excursion ExcursionRates ExcursionRates
Rates to the East are On Sale SaleThe
The ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM offers the best and most mostluxurious mostluxurious
luxurious service to all Eastern astern Points Three trains trainsa
a day to Chicago Cliicagothree three trains a da day to Kansas City CityThe CityThe
The ROCKY MOUNTAIN LIMITED is the Train de deLuxe deLuxe
Luxe to Chicago affording barber valet to press gar garments garments
ments stenographer whose services are gratuitous daily dailynewspapers dailynewspapers
newspapers telegraphic stock market and baseball score scorereports scorereports
reports library magazines writing facilities unique uniquebuffetlihraryobservation uniquebuffetlibraryobservation
buffetlihraryobservation car drawing room sleeping sleepingcars
cars mission style dining cars Equipment electric electriclighted electriclighted
lighted and specially ventilated Direct connection east eastbound eastbound
bound at Englewood or in Chicago proper with several severaleastern severaleastern
eastern flyers to Atlantic < seaboard seaboardFor
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