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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 20 1909 I
WORLDS SECRETS SECRETSNOT SECRETSa
a NOT All KNOWN KNOWNApostle
Apostle Whitney Explains the theFallibility theFallibility
Fallibility of Historical HistoricalWritings HistoricalWritings
Writings WritingsHEAVEN WritingsHEAVEN
HEAVEN AND HELL REAL REALPOINTS REALPOINTS
POINTS OUT DESTINY OF RIGHT RIGHTEOUS RIGHTEOUS
EOUS AND SINNERS SINNERSTbore
There are more things In heaven and andearth andearth
earth than ale dreamt of In roman lrumanrh1mophy romanfhlosophy
rh1mophy quoted Orson F Whitney at atHIt atth
HIt tabernacle ye yesterday terday afternoon re reI rep
I t ting the words which Shakell Shakeepeare ShakeepearencnIe re remie
mie Hamlet utter to his friend Horatio HoratioI
M I i Whitney referred to an editorial in infl1 inn
fl1 HtraldRepubUcan of Sept 1 12 en entitlfd entd
titlfd A TopiY Turvy World basing ht hton hts htsa
a dress on the thought in this editorial editorialking editorialking
king whether or not there was a big biguimw bigoI
oI uimw rme of information about this world worldti
ti t was still sealed sealedFrom sealedFrnm
From this editorial 111 Whitney read readHme read5me
Hme of tl the professors of Cornell unl unlr
v r rsty ity arE hunting for whatever may mayb
1 interesting in Alaska and have found foundthat foundthat
that much of the vf getable > product of oft oftn
t tn tropics once gr grV v in that sunforsuikn sunfor sunforkn
suikn < kn n country Preserved in rock and andr androal
r roal t there are palms and ferns and soft 110ftw
w id < 1 growths which never grow except exceptviler
viler the torrid beat prevails They Theyfay Theya
fay a it proves that tropical conditions conditionsonce
once prevaIled at Nome NomeTopsyTurvy NomeTopsyTurvy
TopsyTurvy World WorldThIS WorldThis
ThIS must be a topsyturvy world worldHow worldHow
How could the flora of the torrid zone zoneJlilVP zonehave
have been moved to the Arctic circle circleThtre circleThere
There is a problem which it will take takeornell taket
t ornell university Ii long time to ex oxI exrJrill
rJrill rJrilll5ome I in8ome in
l5ome men say the whole polar circle circlehrs
hrs 1 > 10 f evidence > of having at One time timebrn timeb
brn b en under the Immediate and Intense IntenseIniluence intenseiniluence
Iniluence of the sun Some have declared declareduntil declaredt
t rn until til very lately that if the north pole poleer poleever
ever er were discovered It would be found foundt
t to present conditions fav favorable rble to gentle gentleJnimal gentleanimal
animal < life And they were ere educated educatedmpn
mpn nv n too tooIs toois
Is there Ii big volume of informationabout information informationabout
about this old world stilt sealed Are Aref
w f people who inhabit the globe to find findpTntly findpr
pTntly pr sently that we know little or nothing nothinof nothingof
of its history 01 shan we ro through throughtc
tc the end with these disturbing evidences evidencesilrHl
and never get the truth about the verY verYt veryearth
t earth on which we live liveHistory liveHistory
History Insufficient InsufficientIr
Mr Ir Whitney said he was not prepared preparedt
t t outer into any geological diacu88lon rei re redlding
i dlding the subject of the editorial but but1r butlir
1r would undertake a spiritual dlscu discueslon discueslonoithe slon slont
oithe t the thought presented He said he had hadthinking hadbu
bu thinking that if no better record recordrIId recordrud
rIId have been made of the history of ofworld oft
t i world than that which man has made madef madefs
f fs himself It would be sadl sadly lacking in innUlaLY ina
nUlaLY a uracy and detail detailIn
In this connection the speaker related relatedfrtanfes relatedh
frtanfes h < ta wes where human testimony on In InII
II I Tits might differ widely although the theS
a turses S were honest in their attempts attemptst
t t tlll + I l what actually happened He said saidIt
It t Wa the same with newspaper reporters reportersnt
+ nt Div st of whom he gave credit for ability abilityI
I honesty of purpose in their business businessi
u i writing events as they happened Most Mostrprters Mostr
rprters r he said sought to give clear clearM
M d truthful accounts but bat back of their tbelrr
r r I trts rts was the policy of the paper which whichIlnught whichbrought
brought about the distortion or eUmlna eUmlnatin eliminati
tin ti m of facts which made the accounts un unrabIE unr
rabIE r able The same conditions were true truetr
tr history he said quoting Napoleon as ashlg aski
hlg ki the question What is history but butIt
n It WE agree that it shall be bei
i aid that Napoleon after his battles battlesunpagns battlesrupaigns
unpagns called his generals together togetherI
I th Iwir tr united opinion was what went wenti
i icn I it tug history Napoleons reports to towere towere
> were not always records of what whatr
1 l > happened but rather they Wf were werenrts > re reInts
Ints which Napoleon wished the pub pubt
t believe had happened Napoleon Napoleonaid
aid wu not above making mis mist
t ks is of that kind in reporting hisj hisjtrillllphs his histriumphs
trillllphs or defeats defeatsTii
T Tii Bible itself XI Whitney said was wasn
n 0 I a fragment of ancient history and andIi
r Ii l nonk of Mormon was avowedly only onlybridgment onlya
a bridgment Although these were only onlyll1ents
1 iguients ll1ents he said the Mormons ac acd
d < 1 them as the word and work of ofr
r 10 far as correctly translated and andI
w I might r + ight the able writer of the editorial editorialT
T 1IT i r > d to ask the question Or shall shallm
m 1 gll through to the end with these dls dlst
t l in irg evidences and never get the truth trutitr
i r the very ear earth h on which we live UveNewspapers liveNewspapers
Newspapers Wilful Error ErrorIking
eking 1 from his PEnJOnalexperlence personalexperlenceti
ti 1 Whitney hitnEY said the best source of in infrllJtion
1 frllJtion for historian was the docu docunts docuI
I its published at the time but even event
t were not infallible Newspapers he heI heowing
I I owing to the rush of their pubU publipion pubUIim
Iim and the impossibility of confirm confirmlib
lib mac every ery feature were sometimes Inac Inaciiatt
iiatt rate but the only just cause for comicint com comof
icint of this condition was when the thefIJI theri
fIJI takes were made wilfully wUfullall
1 all example Mr Whitney said he her
1 r ad recently an account of the murder
Joseph Smith which said the mur murI
I r TJS rs were some of the church leaders
brethren h < tJIrtn who disguised themselves by
ila ijaKfnlng kening their faces Then he reviewed reviewedi
ti i Lptount of the affair at the Carthage Carthageiil
iil 11 written by the late John Hay Mc Mc7iw1ys
hllilys secretary of state fixing the re reibllity reusibility
ibllity on a mob under the glli guise e or orf
f iuia J 1 t ia and led ed by Col Levi Williams
Mr Whitney related an Instance while
J lr < was writing the history of Utah when whenf
a f pioneer asserted that he had brought
thl i first cow across the plains This cow
tilt pioneer said wu the only one which whichas which whichas
as brought with the original band and
h h + produced a memorandum written some someIUS somears
IUS later as a evidence Mr Whitney said
1 consulted the dally journals written by bye
p historians of the party which showed
1 herr were 143 men three women two
iildren i i 1ren and a number of animals Including in
duding 19 cows cowse cowslie
lie e do not know enough to judge each eachotl1Pr eachother
other and there Is only one Being who whon
n judge us and who can be just IUI IUIpJl astroll
troll pJl as merciful and thank God It is ist
t His bar that we must all finally ap
1 laT ir said Mr Whitney
TI The passages In the Book of RevelaUops RevelaUopsrating Revelatfopar
rating r tting to the vision of John 00 the Isle Isle1atmos
f 1atmos Pat nros were read and Interpreted ac
ding to the Mormon belief Mr 1 Whit WhltJ
J Y said the seven seals on the Book of
Ji t e > referred to by John were meant to
fprs r presnt < > nt the seven ages s of the the world worldn
n r 1000 years each and his belief Uef was
that this world was on the eve of the
dawning of the last last great periOd or the
JlJlIlnnium when God should reign in
f tIJth t h and peace and rllrbteouauea should
vrspread v the world He said some of
t things predicted for this era had al ald al1v
d d 1v y taken place placeGospel placeGospel
Gospel of Church ChurchIC
17ir IC gospel of the church was not simply
gospet 1el of salvation but it was a gospel IospelJ gospelsaltation
J xaltation and he
believed that all ex exTing
Ting a Very ery few would eventually be
d < 1 these ff few > W being the lIOns of per perI perwho
I who could not repent of r their Bins sinsexplaining
1 explaining the Mormon belief of the
Tld of salvation Mr Whitney said the
l it id + f that ollfhalf of the world would wouldsled wouldsaved
sled and the other half consigned to
frnal t rnal damnation was a manmade doc
trinfr tn or rather promulgated by the devil devilor
fur or it strikes < despair to the hearts of men
t contemplate mt mplat that view viewIII
III ii My Fathers house are many man
fns and I IJ to prepare a place for
c a 1 that wh re > J am there ye may be
also 3 quoted MI Whitney This
prophecy ht said bOre out the Mormon
1 1li hf f that there were several degrees degreesof
of + f salvation orrspondlng in brilliancy
t to that of th sun the moon and the
Mars taT The a rJ lf < stial glory which meant meantlirOlsslOn
lirOlsslOn to the actual presence of God
L e said was TPl reserved < erved for those who com
corn 1111 iir d with ith God Gols plan of salvation as
understood I erstood 1JY th the Mormon church here herej
n j earth The terrestrial glory or heaveR heaveRl
tet l that attained by those who reeefved
their salvation In the life to come and
t the Ill celestial heaven was for those who whoid whoad
id been thrust into hell and after
wards w rds releaser releaserHavrn releasedleaven
leaven and hell he said were condi
t tons 118 O of i mans mind heaven being beingIlr
t Ilr aere > rf > Joel dwells 3d hell where here God
Tail not UP ff 1101 Id and heaven were
also places fJ dl u COftdftlon8 COftdftlon8Girls candltiotaGirls
Girls Wanted WantedTwenty WantedTwenty
Twenty pirla wanted at Sweet Candy
11 East Ftr First t South SouUPlo1
+ 5 5Pioneer
Plo1 Pioneer cer Roofing RoofingFurnished RoofingFurnished
Furnished 11 C1rJ t rd llaranttd t tLAMBERT by
LAMBERT PAPER P Co
OPINION IS BUT BUTHISTORY BUTHISTORYOF
HISTORY Of CASE CASfCity
City Attorney Will Give Council CouncilJust CouncilJust
Just What Is Re Requested Requested
quested questedTO
TO CONSIDER FRANCHISE FRANCHISEBODY
BODY MAY TURN DEAF EAR TO TOPLEA TOPLEA
PLEA OF PEOPLE PEOPLEWheft PEOPLEWhen
When the city counen goes into HB HBslon Session
slon tonight a few of the BOlons will willbe wUlbe
be surprised at the opinion from City CityAttorney CityAttorney
Attorney H J Dinlnny regarding the theslot theslot
slot machines This was asked by the thecouncil thecouncil
council last Monday onda night through a aresolution aresolution
resolution introduced by Councilman F FS FS
S Fernstrom The council thought it itwould itwould
would get something In the shape of ofan ofan
an opinion from the city attorneybut attorneybuthe attorney but buthe
he has sent in just what they asked askedfor askedfor
for and nothing more moreIt moreIt
It isnt an opinion at all said saidDininny saidDininny
Dininny yesterday The council didnt didntask didntask
ask me for any and I hvent given giventhem giventhem
them one My letter to the council is israther Israther
rather long and gives a history of the theslot theslot
slot machine CAsesJust what they theycalled theycalled
called for They asked if the ruling rulingof
of Justice of the Peace Stanley Hanksoverruled Hanks Hanksoverruled
overruled that of Judge Armstrong Armstrongand
and of course I will tell them that It Itdoes itdoes
does not But It Isnt an opinion opinionsimply opinionsimply
simply a history of the case caseCouncilman caseCouncilman
Councilman Fernstri1 thinks he is isgOing isgoing
gOing to get an opinhlll from the city cityattorney cityattorney
attorney regarding thE matter The Thecouncilman Thecouncilman
councilman from the Third aid yes yelterday yesterday
terday that much of his tight in the thefuture thefuture
future on the slot machine CASes de depended depended
pended upon the letter from the city cityattorney cityattorney
attorney If the city attorney attor Y says the theslot theslot
slot machines are being run contrary contraryto
to the law Mr Fernstroilt 88 the theletter theletter
letter will be sent to the chief or police po police
lice It he can send It there If not notthen notthen
then he will1o will go after the city attorney attorneyFranchise attorneyFranchise
Franchise May Appear AppearThe AppearThe
The vetoed franchise of the Oregon OregonShort Oregontort
Short Line will come before the coun council council
cil again tonight It was passed last lastMonday lastMonday
Monday night but vetoed by Mayor MayorJohn MayorJohn
John S Bransford because the fran franchise franchise
chise as written In the city attorneys attorneysoffice attorneysoffice
office does not coincIde with the blue blueprint blueprint
print submitted by the railroad com company company
pany and approved by the city The Thecouncil Thecouncil
council will probably uphold the mayor mayorin
in the matter and send the franchise franchiseback franchiseback
back to the city attorney to be drawn drawnup
up anew and framed according to the theblueprint theblueprint
blueprint blueprintIn
In spite of the many claims from residents res resIdents
Idents near Tenth South and Eighth EighthWest EighthWest
West streets it is likely that the cit citcoul city citycouncil
coul council cU will turn a deaf ear to these If Ifthey ifthey
they are brought out tonight The Theclaims Theclaims
claims committee does not care to ap approve approve
prove any of them t though all of f last the theclaimants
claimants put In an appearance appearanceThursday ast astThursday
Thursday night on the matter The Theclaims Theclaims
claims are a result of the breaking breakingof
of the thin north wall of the Tenth TenthSouth TenthSouth
South street canal which was con constructed constructed
structed by the city several years ago agoTteo agoTLe
Tteo bank broke with the floods or orlast oflast
last spring and the residents and prop property property
erty owners in that neighborhood suf suffered suffered
fered badly as a result They want wantaome wantsome
some mone money for their damages and andalso andalso
also ask that the city build up the thenorth thenorth
north bank of the canal to guard guardagainst guardagainst
against a recurrence of the floods next nextspring nextspring
spring It is claimed that suits will willbe willbe
be filed against the city in case the thecouncil thecouncil
council refuses to pay any of the claims claimseo claimsOFFICERS
eo eoOffICERS
OffICERS CHOSEN CHOSENBY
BY BNAIISRAEl BNAIISRAElRabbi
Rabbi Charles J Freund Is IsElected IsElected
Elected and Directors DirectorsAre
Are Named NamedThe
The congregation of Temple Bnai BnaiIsrael BnaiIsrael
Israel In accordance with custom long 10ngestablished longestablished
established held its annual election at ata ata
a meeting yesterday at the Temple TempleBnai TempleBnai
Bnai Israel in Fourth East street be between between
tween Second and Third South st streets streetsRabbi ts tsRabbi
Rabbi Charles J Freund was reelected reelectedfor
for a term of two years beginning in inDec inDecember
Dec December mber of this year yearIn yearIn
In addition to the election of Rabbi RabbiFreund RabbiFreund
Freund the following other officers officerswere officerswere
were elected by the congregation to toserve toserve
serve during t tjte e ensuing year ear Henry HenryCohn HenryCoin
Coin president William Graupe GraupeJacob GraupeJacob
Jacob Kahn David Spitz Dr Theodore TheodoreMeyerS TheodoreMeyers
MeyerS H Barnett Leon Sweet di directors directors
rectors rectorsThe rectorsThe
The annual elections of Jewish congre congregations congregations
gations are always held immediately fol following following
lowing Rosh Hashona the Jewish New NewYear NewYear
Year and the election yesterday was wasin wasin
in keeping with that custom customYom customYom
Yom KIpper the Jewish day of atone atonement atonement
ment begins Friday night at 6 oclock oclockand oclockand
and extends until Saturday night at 6 6oclock 6oclock
oclock This Is the time of memorial memorialservices memorialservices
services for the dead No fires will be bekindled bekindled
kindled In Jewish households during duringthat duringthat
that time and the day will be religious religiously
ly observed with all 11 its accustomed accustomedIJOlemnity accustomedsolemnity
solemnity T e spirit of forgiveness will willprevaIl willprevail
prevaIl and he new year will be com commenced cornmenced
menced anew anewDRILL anewDRILL
DRILL FOR LIVING FLAG FLAGChildren FLAGChildren
Children to Meet for First Rehearsal RehearsalThIs RehearsalThis
ThIs Afternoon AfternoonChildren AfternoonChildren
Children who are to take part in the theliving theliving
living flag sJ spectacle < < tacle in honor of the thevisit thevisit
visit of Prf President > sldent William H Taft next nextSunday nextSunday
Sunday will meet for their first drill drillsince drillsince
since G A R week In the Assembly Assemblyhall
hall in the Tabernacle grounds this after afternoon afternoon
noon at 4 oclock The committee In Incharge incharge
charge Is composed of Supervisors John JohnS
S Welch and William A VetzeU and andProbation andProbation
Probation Officer Alma Clayton The Thehour Thehour
hour set will enable the children to have havejust havejust
just about time enough to get horne from fromBChooL fromschool
school colle t their dresses stars flap flapand flagsand
and other articles used In this spectacle spectacleand
and then get to the hall It Is probable probableanother probableanother
another meeting of the children will be beheld beheld
held later in the week to make final finalplana finalplans
plans for the exhibition at Brigham and andB andB
B streets next Sunday morning morningMAY morningMAY
MAY OPEN CONDUIT BIDS BIDSBoard BIDSBoard
Board of Public Works Will Make MakeAnother MakeAnother
Another Effort EffortAnother EffortAnother
Another effort will be made today to tohold tohold
hold a meeting of the board of public pubHcworks publicworks
works to open bids for the concrete con condults conduits
dults to cover the intersections of North NorthTemple NorthTemple
Temple street with West Temple First FirstWest FirstWest
West and Second Vest streets streetsTho streetsThe
The conduits will be a part of the proposed pro propolled
polled conduit from State street to the theJordan theJordan
Jordan river to carry off the City creek creekwater creekwater
water Two bids have been receivedfrom received receivedfrom
from Zerbe k Walker and from McKay McKayI McKayRead
I Read two local con contractors contractorsTwo ctors ctorsTwo
Two efforts have alreadY been made madeto
to hold a meeting for the purpose of open openin openIng
in Ing the bid bids and It Is believed that the thethird thethird
third time will 111 work the charm Themeeting The Themeeting
meeting may be held today and again againIt
It may not be held until next Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight
night
Take a little trIp today in inanswer inanswer
answer to a want adand it may mayb4 maybe
b4 > a lucky day for you youCASTOR youCASTOR
CASTOR IA IAFor A AFor
For Infants and Children ChildrenThe Children1he
The Kind You Have Always Bought BoughtBears
Bears the theSignature theSignature
Signature of
THIRD WARDTO WARDTOGO
GO REPUBLICAN RtPUBLICANDemocrats
Democrats See Failure Ahead Aheadand Aheadand
and Will Scarcely Be Bein Bein
in Fight FightCOUNCILMEN I ICOUNCILMEN I
COUNCILMEN FAILURES FAILURESFIGHT
FIGHT IN WARD CONVENTION CONVENTIONPREVENTS CONVENTIONPREVENTS
PREVENTS UNITED ACTION ACTIONIndications ACTIONIndications
Indications are that the Third munici municipal municipal
pal ward which returned a handsome handsomeRepublican handsomeRepublican
Republican majority at the county election elec election
tion last fall will continue in the Re RepublIcan Republican
publIcan ranks at the coming city elec election election
tion The contest in this ward during duringthe
the city election will be between the theAmerican theAmerican
American party and the Republican Republlcanparty Republicanparty
party with every indication of Repub RepublIcan Repubilcan
lIcan success successThe successThe
The Democrats have hitherto always alwayselected alwayselected
elected their candidates for council councilfrom councilfrom
from this ward but this year ear they are arehopele58ly arehopelessly
hopelessly out of the fight Inthe In the mass masward massward
ward convention caned to nominate the thecandidates thecandidates
candidates for the council so much bit bitterness bitterness
terness was engendered that there Is Isnow isnow
now no possibility of united action by bythat bythat
that that party After two candidates had hadbeen hadn
been n nominated by the convention the theremnants theremnants
remnants of the Democratic ward ma machine machine
chine were dissatisfied and finallyforced finally finallyforced
forced the convention to accept their theircandidates theircandidates
candidates and to reject the candidate candidatewho
who was legally chosen by them themThe themThe
The fight has not yet been settled settledand settledand
and the Insurgent Democrats in this thisward thisward
ward wlll carry the controversy to the thecourts thecourts
courts and whichever side loses is sure sureto sureto
to bolt boltThe boltThe
The Democratic candidates in the city citycouncIl citycouncil
councIl from this ward have been un unsatisfactory unsatisfactory
satisfactory to the people of the ward wardincluding wardincluding
including the Democrats In spite of the thefact thefact
fact that all three Democratic members membersof
of the councIl from the Third ward wardhave wardhave
have been voting with the American Americanmajority Americanmajority
majority they have been unable to do doanything doanything
anything for the ward they represent representThousands representThousands
Thousands of dollars were spent ex extravaganfly extravagantly
travaganfly in the alleged Improvement Improvementof
of the drains on the west side and par particularl particularly
ticularl in the Third ward and yet last lastspring lastspring
spring the water was higher than ever everin everIn
in the yards of the residents of this thisward thisward
ward
Fernstrom Bolts BoltsCouncilman BoltsCouncilman
Councilman F S Fernstrom for years yearsthe enrs enrsthe
the Democratic ward leader foreseeing foreseeingthe
the dissolution of the Democratic par party party
ty has bolted to the Citizens party partyCouncilman partyCouncilman
Councilman John Holley after beIng de defeated defeated
feated for the renomination to the coun councIl councii
cIl on the Democratic ticket finally cap captured captured
tured it and is now retaining a precar precarIous precarious
Ious hold on the ticket though at any anytime anytime
time he may be taken off b by the courts courtsCouncilman courtsCouncilman
Councilman H T Cowburn was a dis disastrous disastrous
astrous experiment In the council and in inrunning inrunning
running for the renomination receivedonly received receivedonly
only five votes During his term In the thecouncil thecouncil
council he was a member of the AmericanMoran Ameri AmericanMoran
canMoran coterie He was the sole solemember solemember
member of the minority who voted for forthe forthe
the confirmation of George Sheets ap appointment appointment
pointment as chief of detectives and hIs hIsvote hisvote
vote was the deciding one Had it not notbeen notbeen
been for Cowburn the hero of the theIcWhlrter theMcWhirter
IcWhlrter robbery would never have havebeen havebeen
been reinstated on the police force forceThe forceThe
The Citizens ticket too is unsatisfac unsatisfactory unsatisfactory
tory G A Bachman who heads the thecouncilmanIc thecouncilmanie
councilmanIc ticket of the Citizens party partyin
in this ward has been at various times timesa
a Dem Democrat rat a Republican and now a amember amember
member of the Citizens party partytn
tn a quiet way the AmerIc Americans ns have haveben havebren
ben working hard to c capture this ward wardat
at the coming election They are plan planning planning
ning on nominating B A Ridd and andDaniel andDaniel
Daniel Vol3tenholme for the council counciland counciland
and are hoping that the Democratic and andCitizens andCitizens
Citizens tlck ticket t will poll enough votes votesto
to enable them to elect their candidates candidatesfrom
from this ward The voters of the theThird theThird
Third however realizes that a vote for foreither foreither
either the Citizens or the Democratic Democraticticket Democraticticket
ticket means a vote for the Americans Americcinsand
and they will unite in voting the Repub Republican Republican
lican ticket ticketThere ticketThere
There are a number of candidates candidatesspoken candidatesspoken
spoken of for the Republican nomina nominations nominations
tions from the Third any of whom is ismuch ismuch
much stronger than the candidates of ofthe ofthe
the other parties Among the Republl Republicans
cans mentioned for the council from fromthis fromthis
this ward are Thomas A Call1ster and andE andE
E F Parry ParryWOMNS ParryNOMENS
WOMNS CLUBS CLUBSPLAN CLUBSPLANViELCOME
PLAN PLANViELCOME PLANViELCOMEMembers WHCOM WHCOMMembers
Members Arranging to Enter Entertain Entertain
tain Delegates to State StateConvention StateConvention
Convention ConventionWomens
Womens clubs of the city affiliated affiliatedwith affiliatedwith
with the State Federation of Vomens Womensclubs Vomensclubs
clubs the state convention of which will willbe ill illbe
be held here Oct 7 8 and 9 are making makingpreparations makingpreparations
preparations for the entertainment of the thedelegates thedelegates
delegates from outside cities and towns townsFor townsFor
For the most part the clubs have been beentaking beentaking
taking a vacation during the summer summermontbs summermonths
months and the early part of September Septemberbut
but are now out with announcements of ofthe ofthe
the commencement of the fall and winter wintersessUms wintersessions
sessions Special meetings are also to be becalled becalled
called for the purpose of arranging plans plaftlof plansof
of entertainment for the visiting dele delegates delegates
gates to the state convention conventionThe
The executive committee of the Womens Womensleague Womensleague
league will meet today at the apartments apartmentsof
of Mrs C H McMahon president of the tht3league theleague
league in the Caithne88 apartments At Atthat Atthat
that meeting the work for the ensuing ensuingseaaon ensuingseason
season will be outlined and plans for the theentertainment theentertainment
entertainment of visiting delegate wlll be bediscU88ed bediscussed
discussed Informally InformallyThe
The Womens omen league Is a purely philan philanthropic philanthropic
thropic organization and various matters matterswill matterswill
will be taken up In e endeavor to im improve improve
prove local conditions wherever philan philanthropy phllanthropy
thropy plays its part partItoyal partItoynl
Itoyal Stale Brand Depot DcpotOpen DepotOpen
Open every morning Entrance on onToil onThir1
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Stomach Heartburn Sick Headache HeadacheDiarrhoea HeadacheDiarrhoea
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a nickIe nice t in in hand an and an youin you youin
in storewho store o could wish vlishfor wish4it4ir
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Advance sale of ofnew ofnew
new fall styles stylesFor
For r men and an women womenTwo womenTwo
r Two days onlyMonday and Tuesday TuesdayThe
The seasons best models in womens tailored suits suitscut suitscutstrictly < ut utstrictly
strictly a la mode and finished in the very best mannermany mannermanydirect
1 i direct copies from imported modelsothers designed by N New NewYorks eWl eWlYorks
Yorks greatest ladies tailorsand each one a splendid value at ata
a third to a half more than were askingSelect Monday and andTuesday andTuesday
Tuesday during this great sale at at1250to1550
1250 1250to1550 1250to1550Long to 1550 1550Long
Long cOats in the very handsomest designs for fallthe new newalmost newalmost
almost tightfitting backthe proper lengthsthe finest fabrics fabricsthe
the most popular shadesin fact the thebest
best values ever offered in Salt Lake at 8 to toA 12 l lA
A rare collection of autumns prettiest trimmed hatspriced a athird athird
third to a half lower than youll find the same qualities priced pricodby
t I84o b by T Main street millinersChoose sir t mllhne s ose
g at 3 to torlIen 7 50 50Mens
rlIen 5 suitsfull line of new new fall modelsall styles stylesl
all l patternsPriced at ce low
12 to 15 15And
And from these splendid offers as well as from our entire stock you youselect
select make a small deposit then pay only 1
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1 a week4 week4our a month monthAll
All our customers agree that The payment way is the only way wayWestern wayWestern
Western Outfit Co
266 State Street Opposite Knutsford Knutsfordb KnutsfordNew
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The dread of drugs operations and other disagreeable means used so socommonly sok
k commonly in the treatment of disease has been the means of causing causinghundreds causingyc
hundreds of women to decide to suffer In silence rather than submit to tothe toe
yc e < < f the things that are distasteful to th them themSuch m mSuch
Such a course Is not at all natural A person who suffers should shouldseek
4 seek relief even though the cure Is for the time not exactly agreeable agreeableA
x iM A scientific discovery of comparatively recent date however removes removesall
x ° all necessity for or sUbmitting to either drugs or instruments In i n the cure of ofthe ofs
s a the majority of diseases diseasesChiropractic diseasesa
a Y f Chiropractic is a natural cure and when once the principles are ex explained exlamed
plained lamed to ou the effectiveness of the treatments will be at once appar appsrx apparent
+ x t eat Without taking medicine of any kind without submitting to any anysort
r Y sort of an operation without interference In any way with your buslne buslnear bu ainese ainesear
ar pleasure except the time you spend here and without inconvenience of ofany off
f s r any kind you may be cured of any nervous disorder stomach liver or orkidney orkidney
kidney trouble paralysis rheumatism female troubles or any similar aimllardisorders similardisorders
disorders disordersNow disordersNow
Now If you are a sufferer you should certainly be willing to put a few mInutes of your our time agalnet the same sameampunt me meampunt
ampunt of Mrs Pickards time for a free examination and consultation It may mean the prolonging of your life lifeand lifeand
and If you take the treatments It will certainly result in the removal of the cause of your suffering sufferingOffice sufferingOfllce
Office Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 dally dallyMRS dailyMRS
MRS Gel B H PICKARD
21718 HERALD BUILDING
The Boston Dental Parlors ParlorshaTe
haTe moved to their Dew permanent location nt 10 Main st over the theCkristcaen theChristensen
Christensen Shoe Co 8 doom north of old IO location t10D Ve offer for ao days daysspecial da7apeela
special prices na foUowa foUowaWhalebone followatWhalebone
Whalebone Set of Teeth 700 700Llabteat 700Lightest
Lightest and Strangest Plate Made MadeSolid MadeSolid
Solid Gold Crown 450 450DUR 450DUUDG
DUR DUUDG G JUNE WE WILL GIVE ONE GOLD FILLING FREE WITII WITIIEACH WiTIEACH
EACH SET OF TEETH ORDEREDHONEST ORDERED ORDEREDHONEST
HONEST WORK REASONABLE PRICES PRICESAINLESS PRICESPAINLESS
PAINLESS EXTRACTING EXTIUCTINGOffl
Offl Office open evenings and Sundays SUDllaTIlc
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anoi an Tobacco Habits HabitsPRICE HabitsPRICE
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Neamans NeamansMonoxide 8 8Monoxide
Monoxide MonoxideTooth
Tooth Powder Powderand
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Can 00 bought at present at thefollowing the thefollowing
following stores atoruDoull storesDoull
Doull Drug Ce CeGodbePitta 4 4GodbePitta
GodbePitta Drug Ce CeHIll CeHill
HIll Drug Co CoHaUlday CoHalliday
HaUlday Drug Co CoF CoF
F C hnunm S Dna Drug Stove 5t8l8Smith StoveSmith
Smith Drug Co CoSmithBailey CoSmithBailey
SmithBailey SmithBaileyDrug
Drug Co CoWholesale CoWholesale
Wholesale Diatributers DiatributersIMware DistributersBeware
Beware of Substitution aDd Substl Substttutors Substltutors
tutors tutorsUNION tutorsUNION
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212 MAIN STREET STREETHONEST STREETHONEST
HONEST WORK WORKHONEST WORKHONEST
HONEST PRICES PRICESPainless
Painless extraction of teEth Of OfBO oeno
BO pay AU work guaranteed cuarateedCoo1eet guaranteedCoolest
Coolest office In the city
EIMtrle l at each chair chafrREMEM5ER chairREMEMBER
REMEMBER US USWe l lWe
We Treat You ou Right RightSMITHS RightFAMOUS
SMITHS SMITHSIJAJlOUS
FAMOUS WHITE DOva DOvaFLOUR DOVHFLOUR
FLOUR FLOURMAKES
MAKES A A BIG LOAF LOAllE7 LOAFEasy
E7 to Bake BakeqUBEi BakeRUBEN
RUBEN 011 THE VALLEY FOUR povaMILL FOURMILL
MILL MILLFor MILLFor
For All Kinds MIll Staff StaffMILL StaffMILL
MILL AND OFFICE OFFICE3rd
3rd West and and 8th So Sts StsPhones StsPhones
Phones Bell 3450 Ind 82 82INFORMATION
f fINFORMATION
INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS BIDDERSSEALED BIDDERSSEALED
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE THterection THEerection
erection rd a state fish hatchery and anibrick andbrick
brick c cottage ttage to be erected at Spring SpringCreek SpringCreek
Creek between Sprlngville and Prove ProveUtah ProveUtah
Utah will be received at the office of ofthe ofthe
the state game and fish commissioner commissionerSalt
Salt Lake City Utah until Septem September
ber 21 190 at 5 6pm 6pmAll p m mAll
All proposals must be enclosed in inseaed inseared
seared envelopes marked Proposal for forState torState
State State Fish Hatchery and Brick Cottage Cot Cottage
tage and tbe these again enclosed in an another another
other envelope and addres addressed ed to the tbfoffice theoffice >
office of the state fish and game corn COI1lmlloner 1
missioner Plan and specifications speciflcatiQncan
can be seen at the stat flab and game gamecommluloners gamecommissioners
commissioners office Dooly block blockfifth W Wfifth
fifth floor floorEach floorEach
Each bid Is to be signed by the ex executlve executive
ecutlve officer of the firm or corpora corparation corporation
tion submitting it and the full ad address address
dress of each firm or corporation sub submitting submitting
mitting a bid shall accompany the theI thesame
same sameNo sameNo
I No chance or ex explanations lanatlon of bids bidsshall bidsshall
shall be allowed aftr after they are sub submitted submitted
mitted nor will any suggestions of H Hchange achange
change or modification be considered consideredThe
The right Js re reserved ened to reject any anyand anyyand
and all bids bidsTransfers bidsTransfers
Transfers of contract are prohibited prohiblttdand
and no portion of the work shall bf bfsublet hesublet
sublet without written permls rmission rmissionfrom ln lnfrom
from the aforesaid commlsaloners commissioners of office offlee
flee or his duly autitorlsed arch architect architectReasonable Itect ItectReaBOnable
Reasonable grounds for supposing
that any bidder if intere interested ted In an anway any anyway
way In more than ODe proposal will willbe willbe
be sufficient cause for the rejection rejectionof
of all proposals In which he ia Inte inteieeted Inteested
ested eetedEach estedEach
Each proposal must be accompanied
by a certified check on some well we 11
known bank payable to the order ot
State Game and Fish Commissioner > r
for the sum of five per cent of the theamount theamount
amount of the bid s submitted The Theamount Theamount
amount called for In said check shall
be forfeited to the State of Utah It
the proposal is accepted and the work workawarded workawarded
awarded and the bidder fails to enter
into a contract according to the tern ternof termof
of his proposal within six days after afttbeing afterbeing
being notified The checks submitttt submittttwith submittedwith
with the bids will bit returned to tiit tiitrespEtive ti e erespective >
respective bidders after the execution executionof
of the contract by the successful bid
d der derIf L
If the bidder to whom the first firstaward firstaward
award If made falls to eater into a acontract acontract
contract as herein provided then th thaward thaward
award may be annulled and the con
tract let to the next most deslrahlo deslrahlobidder
bidder and such bidder shall be required re required
quired to fulfil ever every stipulation em
braced herein as if he were the orig
loal party to whom the contract was wasawarded
8 warded awardedBefore wardedBefore
Before pre presenting entlng hi his proposal each
bidder ill required either personally or
through his authorized representative
to visit the ground and thoroughly acquaint ac acquaint
quaint himself with the exulting con condlUoos conditiochh
dlUoos dlUoosBach
ditiochh
Bach bidder will stipulate In his hisbid hisbid
bid the time In which 1M can com comp r rplete
p plete ete the work as time a well wellC08t as ascost
cost will be an essential element in indetermining ii iidetermining
determining WhOM bid shall be ac accepted accepted
cepted ceptedThe ceptedThe
The above instructions are to he heomtrued heenatrued
omtrued with and made a part or orthe ofthe
the contract contractNoteSparate contractNoteSeparate
NoteSparate bids will be received receivedfor
for a brick cottage according to toplane toplans
plane and specifications In connec connection connection
tion with bid bn the these e specifications speclflcatiolsII
II and d this plan which is Ii twomillion twomillioncapacity twomillionncapacity
capacity hatchery hatcheryAl80 hatcheryAlso
Also for the same brick cottage and andpre andpresent
pre present ent plans of hatchery enlarged t tfour to tofour
four millions capacity by making the thebundh thebuilding
bundh building ninetyone feet lOll long Instead inteadof
of fiftyone feet the same condltion condltiontouch eonditionstruth
touch as windows doors ceiling roof
floor etc shall exist as are Shown on onplaR onplan
plan
Assessment No7 No7SHEBA No 7 7SHgBA
SHEBA GOLD AND SILVER MINING MININGCompany nNI G GCompan1
Company of Utah PrIncipal place of ofbu ofbusiness
bu business tMUo Salt Lake City Utah Eastern EasternOr
01 branch office Houghton MichNotice Mich MichNotice
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting meetingof J
of the board of directors of the Sheba ShebaGold ShebaOeid
Gold and Stint MinIng company held On Onthe onthe
the 27th d1 of August 19Q9 assessment asse88mentNo
No 7 of five 5 cents per share was waslevied waslevied
levied upon the capital stock of the coron cor corporation
poration Immdonediately on issued and outstanding payable payablimmediatelY
immediatelY to the secretary of the com company company
pany at the office of the company 43 43Judge 3 3Judlfe
Judge building Salt Lake City Utah or orat orat
at the eastern or branch office of the thecompany thecompany
company at Houghton MIch at the op opfloe
floe of the stockholders as to either elthenplace eitherplace
place of payment Any stock upon which whichtbis whichthis +
this aaee assessment sment may remain unpaid OTi OTiThursday onThursday
Thursday the with < < Ith day of September lOO9 lOO9will 9U9will
will be delinquent and advertised for sale saieat saleat
at public auction and unless payment i imade is ismade
made before will be sold on Thursday
th the 11th day of October 1909 at 10 a m mat mat
at the office pf r the company at Salt Lake LakeCity Lakeqty
City Utah to pay the delinquent assess auessment assessment
ment thereon together with the costs of ofI ofadvertising
advertising f50 cents for each certificate certificateadvertiied ertiHc t 16 16advertised
I advertised and eXp expenses ngs of salE salEBy saleBy
By order or the board of directors directorsERNEST directorsERNEST
ERNEST J DtBE Sl Secretary reta17
Houl Hougton tton ltD ldich h a

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