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I Lawyer's Directory.
M For handy reference, Truth prints
jfj the list of Salt Lake's practicing
Ai lawyers, with their addresses. If any
Jl names are omitted, or If thero are any
jjfl errors In the list, corrections and ad-
I dltlons will bo made on receipt of noti-
Adams, Thos. 720 McCornlck Block.
W Anderson, J. R. 58 Hooper Block.
A' Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block.
U Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc1
HI Backman, G. H. 32 Main St.
M Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Blldg.
H Baldwin. Chas. 74 Com'l. Block,
aj Barker, F. E. 145 4th Street.
Barnes, A. It 212 S. Main.
1 1 Bennett & Blerer 1C3 S. Main.
I Bird, W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg.
Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach.
I Boswell. Wm. 401 McCornlck Block.
1 Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building,
ffl Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block.
1 Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker.
3b Boyd. C. W. C04 McCornlck Block.
(8 Bradley & RIschel 300 Atlas Block.
Ifi Braffet. M. P. 517 Dooly Block.
1 Bramel. W. H. 401 Auerbach Block
I1 Breeder. & Farnsworth 311 D. F.
Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block.
Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main.
Brown, H. C, 219-220 Atlas Block.
Browne, T. E. 26 Com'l. Block.
Buckle, G. C 502 McCornlck Block.
Cannon, Irvine & Snow 614 Temple
Casey, A. W. 95 Com'l. Block.
Cherry, A. N. 6 and 7 Eagle Block.
Chrlstensen, A. E. 34 Com'l Blk.
Chrlstensen, P. P. 34 Com'l Blk.
Chrlstensen. Sorcn X. 220 Atlaas Block.
Christy, J. W 224 Dooly.
Clark, F. H 402 McCornlck.
Clegg, Brlgham, 401 Auerbach Bldg.
Coad. J. C 17 Grape.
1 Collins, C. W 308 McCornlck Block.
I Darke, S. W. 508 Progress Blk.
J Darmer, J. E. 18 Com'l Blk.
1 Dey, C. C. 400 Auerbach Bldg.
J Dickson. Ellis, Ellis & Schulder 513
I DIehl, C. B. 14 fe 15 Com'l. Blk.
DInlnny, H. J. 85 Com'l Blk.
yM Duncan C. A. 201 Templeton.
'f Edler, A. B. 525 Atlas Blk.
i Evans & Evans 411 Atlas Blk.
""" Farnsworth, Lund & Truman 305
Fowler & Fowler 218 S. Main.
1 f Frlck & Edwards 615 McCornlck Blk.
Gatroll, Cyrus G., 419 D. F. Walker
1 Gilbert, Joseph 315 Const'n Blk.
Goodwin & Van Pelt 12-13 Com'l Blk.
l Gunter, W. T. 509 Progress.
I Halgh, D. M Murray.
I Hall, W. C 516 McCornlck.
Hall, W. R. 10 Eagle Blk.
Hamor, Wlllard 502 McCornlck.
Hamilton, J. M 31 Latimer Blk.
Hanson, Wlllard 317 D. F. Walker.
Harkness, R. B. 102 Keith Bldg.
Harrington & Sanford 129 D. F. Wal
ker. Hartley, R. G 112 Com'l Blk.
Harwood, D. V. 203 Scott-Strevell.
Hatteroth, W. H. Des. Ntl. Bk. Bldg.
Hempstead, D. B. 124 S. Main.
Henderson, Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar
retto, 504 McCornlck.
HIgglns & Senior 155 Keith Bldg.
Hlles, Ogden 400 Scott-Strevell.
Hoffman, Frank 72 Com'l Blk
Hoge, E. D. 52 Com'l Blk.
Hoppaugh, A. L. S'v Auerbach.
Howatt, Andrew I ..4 Keith Bldg.
Hurd & Wedgewood 112 Keith Bldg.
Hutchison, W. R 512 Atlas.
Ingebretsen, James 49 S. First So.
Jack, C. B 33 Com'l blk.
Johnson, Ben, Atlas Block.
! Jones, E. B 89 Com'l Blk.
Jones, N. V. 619 McCornlck.
Kalghn, M. M. 76 W. Second 8o.
Kane, Thos. 504 Progress Blk.
Kenner, S. A. 202 Templeton.
King. Burton & KI ig 62 Com'l Blk.
Kinney, C. S. 35 Com'l Bile
I.aney, H. S 17 Com'l Blk.
Largont, J. A. 16V Keith Bldg.
Lawrence & Shoup 305 Atlas Blk.
Laymou, T. is. 62 Com'l Blk.
Leatherwood, E. O. 16 Com'l Blk.
Leo & Sweet 427 D. F. Walker.
Lewis, Eugene 52 Com'l Blk.
Lewis S H 218 R Main
Lindsay, M. S. 202 Templeton'.
Little, W. W 14 & 15 Com'l Blk.
Loofbourow. F. C 70 Com'l Blk.
McCrea & Halgh, 21-2-3, Hooper Block.
McDowall, Samuel 12 Walker Bank
McGraw, F. A. 611 Atlas Blk.
McGurrln. F. T. 526 Atlas Blk.
McGurrln & Gustln Security Trust
McKay, Wm. 600 Progress.
McMasters, Alex. Des. News Annex.
Marks, C. E 116 Keith Bldg
Marshall & Royle 125 S". Main.
Merrltt, S. A. 511 Progress.
Miner, Aurellus 49 S. Main.
Miner James A. 312 Auerbach Bldg.
Moyle, J. H. 7 Des. Bk. Bldg.
Nielsen, C. M 208 Const'n Blk.
Nye, G. L. 413 Atlas Blk.
Olson, C. L. 401 Scott-Strevell.
Orem, F. M 213 D. F. Walker.
Pardee, J. D. 6 Eaglo Blk.
Parson, C. C 608 Dooly.
Patterson & Moyer 105 Com'l Blk.
Pearson. C. E. 161 S. Main.
T3. J. PIthov 406 Doolv Blk.
Porter. R. B. 312 Auerbach.
Powers, J. N 250 Com'l Club Bldg.
Powers & Marloneaux, Eagle Blk.
Price, C. Stanley, Hooper Block.
Rawlins, J. L. 409 Scott-Strevell.
Reed, Christopher Atlas Blk.
Richards, D. B. 311 D. F. Walker.
Richards. Richards & Ferry 502 Mc
Cornlck. RIter, W. D. 102 Keith Blk.
Rives, Henry 418 D. F. Walker.
Rogers & Street 317 D. F. Walker.
Ryckman & Sawyer 308 Progress.
Sanborn, R. S 35 Com'l Blk.
Sawyer, A. B. 314 Progress.
Sheckell. N. J. 405 Auerbach.
H. O. Shepard, 120 Com'l Block.
Dana T. Smith, 120-3 Com'l Block.
Smith, J. F. 74 Hooper Blk.
Smith & Putnam, 20 Com'l Blk.
Snow. A. E. 419 D. F. Walker.
Snyder & Wight 126 Keith Blk.
Sonnedecker. N. W. 607 Progress.
Stephens & Smith. 312 Auerbach Bldg.
Stephens, C. W. L. 401 Auerbach.
Stewart & Stewart 509 McCornlck.
Sullivan & Barnes 422 D. F. Walker.
Sutherland, A. G. 76 W. Second So.
Sutherland, Van Cott & Allison. Kieth
Tanner & Tanner. 516-16 Templeton.
Tatlock, E. W. 213 Dooly Blk.
Taylor. A. V. 315 Dooly.
Thomas, J. M. Eaglo Block.
Thomas & Maycock 201 Des. News
Thompson, E. D. R. 415 Progress.
Thompson & Gibson 47 Com'l Blk
Twomey & Twomey 97 Com'l Blk.
Van Cott, Ray 7 Des. Natl. Bk. Bldg.
Van Meter, Joseph 509 Progress.
Varlan. C. S 425 Atlas.
Wallace, Jr., G. Y. 105 Keith Bldg
Walton, E. A. 95 Com'l Blk.
Warner & Davis 80, 81, 82 Com'l Blk.
Weber, A. J. 526 Atlas.
Wengor, D. H. 68 Com'l Blk.
Whltaker, J. J. 315 City & Co. Bldg.
White, W. R. 312 D. F. Walker Build
ing. Whlttemore & Chorrlngton 401 Mc
Cornlck. Wllley & Dole 107 Auerbach.
Williams, P. L. 522 Des. News Annex.
Young, R. W. Des. News Annex.
Young & Moyle Des. Natl Bk. Bldg.
Zano & Strlngfellow 9-10 Des. Ntl.
MISS NORA GLEASON
TEACHER OF MUSIC
STUDIO PHONE 189-1
131 E. FIRST SO. ,w
THE COMMON ENEMY.
Hon. William Spry, chnlrman of the
Republican state committee, was a
visitor at the city committee rooms
Friday Inst and encouraged tho boys
immensely by his expressions of con
fidence and words of good cheer.
When asked what ho thought tho
chances wero of success, ho looked
around him, evidently intent upon siz
ing up tho situation from behind the
footlights, and with a smilo of satis
faction replied: "There nro no signs
of defeat here, and I so no reason
why you should not win this light
with hands down. Thorough organ
ization and absoluto conlldenco
will hold tho votes that' aro nat
urally yours, and that Is all you want.
Silt Lnko City Is nnturally Republi
can by nn overwhelming majority,
and it is only by somo extraordinary
blunder or omission on our part that
the Democrats ever havo or over can
hope to win nn election in Salt Lako.
However, thero Is an extraordinary
condition existing In this campaign
for which loyal Republicans aro not
responsible, but which thoy aro com
pelled to stand for, that makes the
fight net only unique but difficult. Be
cause of tho peculiarly unpopular and
vengeful nature of tho third party tac
tics, they havo earned for themselves
tho unenviable position of common
enemy, to tho extent that citizens of
all classes, Irrespective of politics, aro
arrayed against them. This makes It M
exceptionally difficult for tho Rcpubli- fl
cans, inasmuch as tho political cle- M
incut now recognized as tho common M
enemy wns once heforo defeated by a H
resort to Democratic candidates. At H
that time, however, thero was no H
other recourse for thoso who felt that H
a rebuke was in order. It Is different M
this fail, Republicans havo a ticket en- H
tlrcly frco from the taint of bosslsm H
and they havo tho votes to elect It. H
i'ho surest way to defeat tho common H
enemy is for Republicans to veto tho H
Republican ticket; if thoy do, tho M
election is won. Tho Democratic H
ticket cannot bo elected without Re- H
publican votes, even though ovory H
Democrat now training with tho Mav M
crick party wero to conio back into M
tho fold. M
"Defeat tho 'American' party this H
fall by tho election of tho Republican H
candidates, and my opinion Is that you H
will hear nothing more from them; H
defeat them by the election of tho H
Democratic ticket, and tho rout will H
only bo temporary, you will havo tho M
fight nil over again nnd with your
own forces weakened." B
A Sermon on Happiness. H
Happiness Is hero to-day and gone H
to-morrow, nnd mighty few folks get H
enough out of It while It's loafing H
'round to last 'em a day after it gets M
out of .sight. Atlanta Constitution. M
THE REAL REASONS WHY THE H
"AMERICAN" PARTY WAS H
STARTED AND IS CAR- H
RIED ALONG. M
1. Tom Kearns wanted to be re- H
elected Senator against the wishes of H
the people. President Smith of the H
Mormon church refused to help him, H
turned a deaf ear to Tom's pleading H
and Tom's threats had no effect what- H
ever on Mr. Smith except to make him H
more determined not to help Tom and H
not to get Into politics. M
2. President Joseph F. Smith of fJ V
the Mormon chuch prevented ex-Sena H
,-cm tor Cannon from "skinning", the H
"Jf church out of $250,000 on the church's ,V H
M ? Issue of bonds. ', -M
.' 3. Ex-Senators Kearns and Cannon -i'' H
want revenge. That's all. ; JH
"THE GIRL FROM KAY'S17 I
The Original New York Company which made fl
a tremendous hit in New York M
Wednesday and Thursday Eve., October 25-6 I
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