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II 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY OCT 16 1909
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SATURDAY SATURDAYThe
The BI BIEvery Big ig Shopping Day DayEvery Dayder
Every der y Department of Salt Lakes Lake9sGreat LakesGreat s sinducements
Great ReadytoWear eaYa ear Garment House HouseWill HotseWill
Will Offer Special and Attractive AttractiveInducements AttractiveInducements
inducements to Saturday aura y Shoppers ShoppersA I
i Saturday Suit Sale fl595 fl595u 1595 1595A
A Sale Out u of the e Ordinary
2000 2250 and 2500 Suits all cast into one lot at the above abovequoted aboAcquoted abovcquoted
quoted prices They come in the broadcloths cheviots broad wale walediagonal walediagonal ale alediagonal
diagonal and fancy mixtures The cut is the latest 42inch lengths lengthsand i
1 and full satin lined Skirt the new pleated model all the fall colors colorsas
as well as black being shown shownAn ShOYllAn shownAn
An Extraordinary Special 3 3895 3895FifQT = 95 95Fifty i
Fifty womens all wool ool kersey coats coatsa a regular regular1000 1000 garment garmentwill
will be placed on sale at 730 30 p n m h They come in the 45inch length lengthall
all wool ool kersey semifitting sizes from f1o11132 3234 32 34 and 36 colors brown brownnavy b1o brownnavy n nnavy
navy black tan This sale will ill crowd the department so youll youllhave youllhave youllhave
have to be on hand early earlyChildrens earlySaturday earlySaturdayAH
Saturday SaturdayAH AU Day Specials SpedalsChildrens I
Childrens dresses ages from 1 1to 1to 1to Young girls dresses ages from fromS
I to 4 made of the fancy dark darkcolored darkcolored larII S to 14 years in the fancy fancJTool fancywool I
colored flannelette at atFleece atns wool ool mixtures at at9B
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19 cents centsFleece ns nsFleece 9B cew cewBlack cents centsBIaeI
Fleece lined dressing sacques sacguesspecial sacquesall Black mercerized petticoats petticoatsspecial petticoatsspecial
all sizes special t at at atChildrens special Saturday at atS9
29 cents centsChihlrens centsChildrens S9 cents
Childrens coats ages from 1 to 150 long kimonos extra good goodquality goodquality
4 colors brown tan navy navyat quality material Saturday SaturdaJTat 3 3at
at atOne at
195 195One 9Sc 9ScLarge 95 95Barbge
One lot childrens bearskin bearskincoats bearsIdncoats bearskincoats Large brown coney fur llUlff aregular a aregular
coats ages from 1 to 4 years yearsregular yearsregular yearsregular regular 500 muff Saturday Satu1darspecial Saturdayspecial
regular 375 coats Saturday Saturdayat fI
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30 dozen 50c fourinhand ties I
3 for 100
300 pairs boys straight knee kneepants kneepants kneepants
pants worth up to 125 for
65 cents cents35c cents35c I I35c
35c mens cashmere sox
5 for 100 100Rowe 1010Rowe 100r
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HOME OF PRINCETON CLOTHES
117 11 7 South Main Street
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HAS MOVED MOVEDDirectly
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Poor PoorDigestion PoorDigestion
Digestion DigestionThis
This is one of the first signs of stom stomach stomach stomach ¬
ach weakness Distress after eating eatingsour
sour eructations sick headache bil bilious bilious bilious ¬
ious conditions are all indicative indicativethat
that it is the stomach that needsassistance needs needsassistance needsassistance
assistance Help it to regain health healthand healthand healthand
and strength by taking takingfor takingBEECHAMS takingBEECHAMS
BEECHAMS BEECHAMSPILLS BEECHAMSPOLLS
PILLS PILLSfor
for they are a stomach remedy that thatnever thatnever thatnever
never disappoints They act quick quickly ¬
ly and gently upon the digestive digestiveorgans digestiveorgans digestiveorgans
organs sweeten the contents of the thestomach thestomach thestomach
stomach carry off the disturbing disturbingelements disturbinge1emen disturbingelements
elements ts and establish healthy con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions of the liver and bile bileThe bileThe bileThe
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ening effects from Beechams Pills Pillsmake PilIsmake Pillsmake
make them a safe remedy remedythey remedytheyHelp remedytheyHelp they theyWeak
Help Weak WeakStomachs WeakStomachs WeakStomachs
Stomachs StomachsIn
In Boxes Box with full direcdoat10e direction clire tioDl lOc and 25c Sc
Teachers Excursion to Ogden OgdenSaturday OgdenSaturday OgdenSaturday
Saturday Oct 16 via Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line Round trip 100 Special train trainwill trainwill trainwill
will leave Salt Lake 9 a m returning returningleave returningleave returningleave
leave Ogden 730 pi p m Regular trains trainsmay trainsmay trainsmay
may also be used returning
Rowe Kelly KellyHave KellyHave KellyHave
Have moved across the street to
117 Main St StNext StNext StNext
Next to Western Arms Sporting
Goods company companyTeachers companyT companyTeachers companyTeachers
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Teachers Excursion to Ogden OgdenSaturday OgdenSaturday OgdenSaturday
Saturday Oct 16 via Oregon Short
Line Round trip 100 Special train trainwill trainwUl trainwill
will leave Salt Lake D a m returning
leave Ogden 730 p m Regular trains trainsmay trainsmay trainsmay
may also be used returning
Its worth your while to remember rememberthat
that Piper Heldsieck Held sieck chewing tobacco tobacconas
nas always been regarded the criterion criterionof
of excellence
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I Hundreds of Delighted Customers are aretifying Daily al Tes Testifying es
tifying 1 In that a the e Payment Way a is the theAnd Only nWay nWayi Way WayAnd
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1 2 the best ever We make no unpleasant unpleasantinvestigations unpleasantinvestigations unpleasanto
investigations o ask for no security securityWE securityWETRUST securityWEt WE WETRUST i
t I TRUST YOU YOUand and want your name on onour onour onI
I + our books Our terms are more than thanliberal thanliberalwe thani
i + liberal liberalwe we ask merely for a small pay payment payment ¬
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And you select from splendid lines of the newest and finest garments made madefor for men and women Values Valuesin
in every instance will compare in our favor with the assortments on Main Street StreetWomens StreetVOIllenS StreetWomens
Womens T new ne Y fall faIll110tlels models in long tp coats ts + at r 800 to 3500 3500Womens 3500T I IVolllells
W Womens T omens 7 neatest tailored d suits in newest autumn r styles st 1Ies t at r x14 14 to x45 x45Mens 45 45Liens 45Mens
Mens suits and overcoats tailored by b 3 3styles l master m ster hands and representing New Yorks best beststyles beststyles
styles at 1500 up upWomens upYomens sTomens
Womens jackets firs f as waists hats and petticoats in the newest and handsomest va varieties Varietiesall ¬ J Jrietiesall
I I rieties rietiesall all priced the Western Y esterll way waylower war lower than elsewhere
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reading at the office of the Character CharacterBuilder iBuilder i iBuilder
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tell the supplier Salt TaKe > PhJi PhJiSupply PhtSupply Phnsupply >
Supply Co 142 Main street
The Theof JrheExceptional Pv PvtxCol
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Equipment Equipmentof
of the California Fig Syrup Co and the thescientific tbescientific thescientific
scientific attainments of its chemists have haverendered haerendered haverendered
rendered possible the production of Syrup Syrupof
of Figs and Elixir of Senna in all of its itsexcellence itsexcellence
excellence by obtaining the pure medic medicinal medicinal medicinal ¬
inal principles of plants known to act most mostbeneficially mostbeneficially I
beneficially and combining them most mostskillfully mostskillfully mostskillfully
skillfully in the right proportions with withits withits withits
its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of ofCalifornia ofCalifornia ofCalifornia
California FigsAs Figs FigsAs FigsAs
As there is only one genuine Syrup of ofFigs ofFigs ofFigs
Figs and Elixir of Senna and as the gen genuine genuine genuine ¬
uine is manufactured by an original originalmethod originalmethod originalmethod
method known to the California Fig Syrup SyrupCo S TUp TUpCo
Co only it is always necessary neceSI ry to buy the thegenuine thegenuine thegenuine
genuine to get its beneficial effects effectsA
A knowledge of the above facts enables enablesone
one to decline imitations or to return them themif
if upon viewing the package packagefhe the e full name nameof nameof nameof
of the California Fig Syrup Co is not found foundprinted foundprinted
printed on the front thereof
Today Being w Saturday Saturdayof M +
We Want to o Remind You Youof
of the fact that this store is better prepared to take care car of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your wants in a shoe way than any other store in the city cityNot cityNot citrNot
Not only have we the biggest and best popularpriced shoe shoestock shJestock sh3estock
stock in the middle west but we have a big light airy room roomand roomand roomand
and can comfortably seat large crowds and have plenty of ofsalesmen ofsalesmen ofsalesmen
salesmen to wait on you promptly and pleasantly We sell pop popular popular popular ¬
ular shoes at popular prices and that means shoes not so high highin
in price as to yield the manufacturer and dealer an axorbitant ex exorbitant X Xorbitant ¬
orbitant profit and not so low in price as to mean shoddy shoddyjust shoddyjust shoddySpecialize
just simply good shoes at fair prices We specialize on wo womens womens wemens ¬
mens shoes at 195 245 and 285 and mens shoes at 285and 285 235and 285and
and 335 In fact for every member of the family we have a apleasing apleasing apleasing
pleasing shoe at a pleasing price See the revolving window windowdisplay windowdisplay windowdisplay
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Yours Shoely ShoelyNEW ShoelyHIRSCnfiIAN Shoel Y YRsdnrANTHE
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at a t bargain prices pricesMens prices1tlens pricesMens
Mens and boys Suits Overcoats and Furnishings for Fall and Winter wear wearat wearatcut at atcut
cut prices hires In all allPeoples departments we offer goods at special prices pricesnri pricesThe
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Two divorces were granted by Judge JudgeC J dge dgeC
C W Morse yesterday afternoon and andone andone andone
one divorce was handed handed out by Judgo JudgoGeorge JudgeGeorge JudgoGorge
George G Armstrong Arm trong In the morning morningNonalie morning1onalle morningNonalie
Nonalie Molyneaux told Judge Morse Morsethat MorseI Morsethat
that her husband Harry B Molyneauxchemist Molyneaux Molyneauxchemist Molyneauxchemist
chemist at the SmithBailey Drug company com company compan ¬
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pany pan had not supported her for six sixyears sixyears sixyears
years and she had kept herself on onmoney onmoney onmoney
money she made as a dressmaker The Thedefault Thedefault Thedefault
default of the husband was entered enteredand
and the divorce granted They were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married In Denver on Dec 3 1896 and andhave andhave andhave
have one child a son 10 years old who whowas whowas whowas
was given to the care of the mother
Sarah Emma Eyler didnt want to
leave her children in the east and come comeout comeout comeout
out here to live with Charles Frederick FrederickEyler FrederlclEyler FrederickEyler
Eyler so Judge Morse gave Eyler a di divorce divorce divorce ¬
vorce yesterday esterda They hey were married marriednear
near Clarksburg Pa on July 12 1879and 1879 1879and
I and have one child who Is now with withthe withthe withthe
the mother Eyler agreed to give 12 12a l i2a
a month for the support of tl tIe e child childEyler childEyler childEyler
I Eyler said he sent money mane to his wife wifeto
to come out here to live with him but butshe butshe butshe
she kept the money and refused to tocome tocome tocome
come comeIn comeIn comeIn
In the morning Jessie M Freeland Freelandreceived Freelandreceived Freelandreceived
received a divorce from I E Freeland Freelandwhom Freelandwhom Freelandwhom
whom she married on Dec 31 1895 at
Ames Ia She said her husband had
failed to provide for her O C Beebe Beebewas Beebewas Beebewas
was a witness for Mrs Freeland She Shealso Shealso Shealso
also received her maiden name of Jessie
Maxwell MaxwellDaniel
Daniel H Morton was on hand to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer the order to show cause why
he should not turn over two pigs to tohis tohis
his wife as a result of a recent ruling
I of Judge JIor Morse = e but the case was con conI ¬
tinued a week Morton was allowed allowedto
I to sell his vegetables which had been beentied beentied beentied
tied up by b a restraining I order orderI
CHARLES GOOD APPEALS APPEALSObjects APPEALSObjects APPEALSObjects
Objects to Fine of 50 for Pure Food FoodLaw FoodLaw FoodLaw
Law Violation ViolationTwo
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Two appeals from the criminal court
division of the city court reached the theThird theThird theThird
Third district court yesterday yesterl1 One Onewas Onewas Onewas
was the case of Claude Shafer who whowas whowas whowas
was fined 25 on Oct 6 by Judge J M MBowman MBowman MBowman
Bowman for battery upon Frank Fehr Fehrenbach Fehrenbach Fehrenbach
enbach The other was the 60 fine fineassessed fineassessed fineassessed
assessed against Charles Good for vio violation violation violation ¬
lation of the pure food ordinances ordinancesTranscripts ordinancesTranscripts ordinancesTranscripts
Transcripts of three cases were also alsoreceied alsoreceived alsoreceived
received They are In regard to toC C C CAndrews CAndrew CAndrews
Andrews held under 2000 bondson bonds on a acharge acharg acharge
charge of embezzling from the Klein KleinFruit KleinFruit KleinFruit
Fruit company while he was local localagent localagent
agent E Mackmuller and George Col Collins Collins Collins ¬
lins both charged with burglary In Inthe Inthe
the third degree and held under bonds bondsof
I of 500 each Mackmuller and Collins Collinsare
are ar both charged with having entered
the room of Mrs Samuel Cox in a arooming arooming arooming
rooming house at 34 East First South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street on Oct 4
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SON DEFENDS MOTHER MOTHERFather
Father Accuses Youth of Using UsingAbusive UsingAbusive UsingAbusive
Abusive Language LanguageJohn
John Mangus Oberg the son C J JOberg JOberg TOberg
Oberg the father and Mrs Manda MandaOberg MandaOberg MandaOberg
Oberg the mother appeared in the topective re reppective repecthe
ppective roles of defendant prosecuting prosecutingwitness prosecutingwitness prosecutingwitness
witness and witness for the defense in ina ina ina
a police court hearing yesterday yesterdayThe
The boy was charged char ed with using vile vilelanguage vilelanguage vilelanguage
language He admitted he had remon remonstrated remonstrated remonstrated ¬
strated when his father attempted to tobeat tobeat tobeat
beat Mrs Oberg ObergMrs ObergMrs ObergMrs
Mrs Obergs testimony cleared up the thepuzzling thepuzzling thepuzzling
puzzling case She said her husband husbandhad
had driven his son from the house and andthat andthat andthat
that when she attempted to give the theyouth t theyouth e eouth
youth outh a dollar Oberg had threatened her herlife herlife herlife
life The case was then dismissed dismissedMrs
j Mrs Oberg exhibited scars which she shesaid shesaid
said s she > he had received recei from rom her husband
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ACCUSED BY DAUGHTER DAUGHTERParoled
Paroled From Prison Edward Syphus SyphusIs
Is In Police Court CourtEdward CourtEdward CourtEdward
Edward Syphug who attempted to tomurder tomurder tomurder
murder his daughter as she lay nursing
her 6monthsold babe last March and andwho andwho andwho
who was recently paroled from the state stateprison stateprison
I prison was in police court yesterday aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon on a charge of battery It Is al alleged alleged ¬
l leged that Syphus is persecuting his hisdaughter hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter because she had him sent to tothe tothe
the state prison His case was continued continuedone
one week
STEWART OBJECTS TOFLOW TO TOFLOW TOFLOW
I FLOW FROM FROM LAUNDRY LAUNDRYIn
In a letter to the city council filed filedyesterday tiledesterday fliedyesterday
yesterday with the city cft recorder Dr DrM DrI DrM
M I R Stewart city health commission commissioner ¬
er objects to the flow of soapsuds and andwater andwater andwater
water over the sidewalk in front and andat andat andat
at the side of the Royal laundry plant planton
on State street between Sixth South Southand Southand Southand
and Seventh South streets The laun laundry laundr laundry ¬
dry dr was given a permit by the council councilsome councilsome councilsome
some time ago to pump its sewage sewagewater sewagewater sewagewater
water north Into the sewer at Sixth SixthSouth SixthSouth SixthSouth
South street until It could connect with withthe withthe withthe
the State street sewer Dr Stewart Stewartnow
now claims this is impractical and asks asksthe asksthe asksthe
the council to change Its former order orderto
to get rid of the soapy water on the thesidewalk thesidewalk thesidewalk
sidewalk
SPECIALTAX SPECIAL TAX COLLECTORS COLLECTORSSERVE COLLECTORSSERVE COLLECTORSSERVE
SERVE WITHOUT PAY PAYAs
As a means of making It easier for the thetaxpayers thetaxpnyers thetaxpayers
taxpayers of the south end of the coun county county county ¬
ty to pay their taxes the county com commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
missioners yesterday appointed W W WWilson WNilson V VWilson
Wilson at Sandy and Leo Winder at atMurray atMurray atMurray
Murray as special tax collectors at the theInstance theInstance theinstance
Instance of County Treasurer JohnA JohnAGroesbeck John A AGroesbeck AGroesbeck
Groesbeck The men will serve with without without without ¬
out pay Both Wilson and Winder work workIn
In banks at the two towns and are now nowempowered nowempowered nowempowered
empowered to receive taxes and receipt receiptfor
for them
BOARD OF CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONSMEETS CORRECTIONSMEETS CORRECTIONSMEETS
MEETS AT PENITENTIARY PENITENTIARYMembers
Members of the state board of cor corrections correctlns corrections ¬
rections held their annual meeting Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day afternoon at the state penitentiary
two members of the board Governor
William Spry SPl and Attorney S W V Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art being present the third member
Dr B B Pfoutz being at Seattle
The accounts of the institution for forthe forthe forthe
the month were passed upon and the themembers themembers themembers
members attended to other routine
business nothing outside of this rou ¬
tine being taken up
COMMISSIONERS WILL WILLHEAR WILLHEAR WILLHEAR
HEAR SALOON CASE CASEThis
This morning at 10 oclock the coun ¬
t1 commissioners will listen to friends friendsand trlendsand friendsand
and enemies of George Bess and his hissaloon hisRloon hissaloon
saloon at Twelfth South and West Tem Temple Temple Temmpie ¬
ple streets There have been numerous numerousprotests numerousprotests numerousprotests
protests against n alnst the granting of a li license license license ¬
cense to Bess while other petitions petitionscirculated petitionscirculated petitionscirculated
circulated by b Bess and his friends ask
that the saloon be established there
The commissioners have asked all In ¬
terested to appear this morning
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1908TAXJHSTRIBUTION 1908TAXJHSTRIBUTIONTotal 1908 TAX DISTRIBUTION DISTRIBUTIONTotal
Total of 1608448 Paid Into the theVarious theVarious theVarious
Various Funds FundsThe FundsTh FundsThe
The Th last distribution of the tax re redemptions rtdemptlons redemptions ¬
demptions from the 1908 taxes was made madeyesterday madeesterda madeyesterday
yesterday esterda by b County Auditor Frank FrankHeginbotham FranlHeglnbotham FrankHegtnbotham <
Heginbotham covering collections from fromApril fromAprIl fromApril
April 1 to Sept 30 and completes the thework thework thework
work for the year in distributions There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was a total of 1608448 paid out to the theseveral thesevernl theseveral
several funds as follows followsState followsState followsState
State 225571 state schools 135339county 135339 135330county 135339count
I county count 367141 county schools 1 I
12776 Salt Lake City Clt 429945 4 45 Salt SaltLake SaItLake SaltLake
Lake City Cit schools 390184 Jordan Jordanschool Jordanschool Jordanschool
school 29908 Sandy City 293 Gran Granite GranIte Granite ¬
ite schools 70960 Forest Dale town
4407 Murray schools 5370 Murray MurrayCity MurrayCity IurrayCity
City 2254 total 1608448
ACQUITTED OF BUYING BUYINGGOVERNMENT BUYINGGOVERNMENT BUYINGGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT BLANKETS BLANKETSUnited
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United States Commissioner Charles CharlesBaldwin CharlesBaldwin CharlesBaldwin
Baldwin Friday heard the case of the theUnited thpUnited theUnited
United States against Edward Jenkins Jenkinscharged Jenkinschargoed Jenkinscharged
charged with purchasing two army armyblankets arm armblankets armyblankets
blankets the property of the govern government government overn i iment <
ment from a soldier at Fort Douglas DouglasJenkins DouglasJenkins I
Jenkins was dismissed

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