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THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1910 i
ppGALmH
t UNION LABEL
f o > s
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
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EDITORIAL ROOM
Bell Phone No 322
I Independent two rings56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Either phore one ring 56
RANDOM
m REFERENCES
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Call Allen pnonea 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Prlvato calls
R specialty Also prompt delivery of
fcaggago 112 25th
Married at Pocatello Miss Una AI
Jenkins of Ogden was Joined In mar
I rlago to Mr Edmund A Bryan of Stu
art Iowa Wedneslay at Pocatello I
Idado Rev Father Cyril Van Dcr
Uonckl of St Josephs Catholic church
officiated I
Got your Union Pacific and Oregon
Short Lino tickets at the office In tho
Opera Houoo Block Dont force your
self to stand In lino at tho Depot
For SnleOh mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
Visiting In Provo Avis Lees Is vis
iting friends in Provo
Advertisers must have their copy for
the Evening Standard the evening be
fore the day on which the advertise
ment Is to appear In order to Insuro
I publication
r Delicious pastry goods at Wards
I Always fresh Two stores Both
phones 279
Squire Coop En Route Home
Squire Coop arrived In Now York on
the steamship Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grosso on Sept G from his European
trip Ho spent n few days In ho
metropolis and left for OgJen Ho
Is expected to arrive early this week
WANTED Clean whlto rags at tho
Standard
100 loads dirt wanted at the Fair
Grounds Seo H M Rowe over tho
Standard office
Continued on Pago Seven
OOOOOQOOOOOOOOoO
O 0
O SPREAD OF THE 0 I
I O CHINESE TONG WAR 0
o 0
o Sacramento Cal Sept 10 0
o The murder of Yeo Wing 0
o member ot the On Yee Tong 0
o by two Chinamen last night 0
o is believed to mark the 0
o spreading of the long war that 0
o recently broke out in San Fran 0
o cisco lee was shot Jn tho 0
o back while smoking in front 0
o of his store in the Chinese 0
o quarter Two suspects mem 0
o bers of the On Yick Tong 0
o were arrested by the police 0
o early this morning 0
o 0
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SWAIN
Backache and Kidney
PILLS
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For kidney and bladder troubles
sciata rheumatic pains neuralgia
headache nervousness sleepless
ness that dragged down feeling
They act directly on the kidneys
and give almost instant relief be
cause they not only act as a tonic
but clean the kidney tissues of
impurities and expel the poison
from the system
I So marvelous and universal are
the results obtained that they are
fully guaranteed Every druggist
has them in 50c and 1 boxes If
not satisfactory your money back
Dont delaydont run the risk of
Brights disease Get a box today
I
If you have constipation indi
gestion torpid liver or any dis
ease of the stomach liver and
i bowels useSuJain fs Cannons
Vritc for free sample
Swain Medicine Co Irnc
Kansas City Mo
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GEO F CAVE OGDEN UTAH
CRIPPLED SHOE
SPECIALISTI
No matter what they look liko
you will get them back now
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Lr3eNs
In 15 minutes
OGDEN SHOE
REPAIR FACTORY
333 24th Street
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LADE
Successor to Allen Transfer Co
J C SLADE Lessee
VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
1 ONS PIANO FURNITURE AND
SAFE MOVING
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408 2Bth SL Both Phonos 321
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lEAD PENC
gtgLLfD IIM
Jackie on a Gunboat
Has Jugular Vein
Pierced a
New York Sept 10Tho stub of a
lead pencil was the weapon which
brought death lust night to Albert
Curren a Jackie on tho United States
gunboat Hancock Curren had obtain
ed a leave of absence to visit his sis I
ter In Brooklyn
In a saloon near her house last
night ho became engaged with John
Schmidt an acquaintance In a live
ly discussion as to the merits of the
battleships of Germany and the Unit
ed States Schmidt declare Curren
struck him Schmidt said ho did not
realize that he held a load pencil in
his clenched hand when in resent
ing Currens attack ho struck back
The blow caught Curren on tho neck
and limo pencil pierced his jugular
vein
I BASEBALL RESULTS I
COLLEGE GAMES
Chicago 15 Mikado Club 1
SEATTLE Wash Sept The
University of Chicago baseball teum
won their first gave played with a
team composed entirely of Japanese
players today when they defeated
the Mikado Club of this city by a
score of 15 to 1 The Chicago team
will sail tomorrow on the Japanese
steamer Kalakura aru for Yokoha
ma Score 11 II E
Chicago 15 15 2
Mikado Club 1 1 C
Batteries G Roberts and Stein
becker Otnrl and Koyama
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Bocton 3 New York 1
NEW YORK Sept Illoston do
foated New York 3 to 1 Drulcke
held the visitors to three hits in eight
innings but two players whom ho
passed Score R II E
Boston 3 o 0
New York 1 7 2
Batteries Ferguson und Smith
Drulcke Crandall and Myers
Brooklyn 2 Philadelphia 3
PHILADELPHIA Sept 0 Phila
delphia won todays game from the
Brooklyn by scoring three ruus in
the fifth inning on two hits a base
on bullo an error by Stary and sac
riclfice fly Scoro II II K
Brooklyn 2 7 2
Philadelphia 5 0
BatteriesRucker Knclzer and
Bergen Ewing and Moran
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 1 New York 3
NEW YORK Sept 9New York
coupled a double and a single with
two errors and a wild pitch in the
ninth inning and defeated Washington
S to 1 Scoro U H E
vVachlnglon 1 S 2
New York 1 G 0
Batteries Gray and Alnsmlth
Caldwell Fisher Vaughan and Swee
ney
Cleveland 2 Detroit 5
Cleveland SepL 9Detrolt won
from Cleveland today 5 to 2 Detroit
took a winning lead In the third
when two out Fanwell Issued four
passes which with DelehantytS sin
gle and Crawfords double netted four
runs Score R II E
Cleveland 2 S 1
Petrolt 5 G 1
Batteries Fanwell Dcmotl and
and Donovan and Casey
Philadelphia 2 Boston 0
BOSTON Sept OjCoombs shut
out the locals today and Philadel
phia won its third straight game
from Boston 2 to 0 Score R H E
Philadelphia 2 4 1
Boston 0 G 1
tterlcsCoomb3 and Lapp Hunt
and Madden
Chicago and St Louis Split Third
DoubleHeader
ST LOUIS Sept DChicago and
St Louis split the third doublehead
er of tho series today Chicago won
the first game 8 to 1 and lost the
second 5 to 2 Scores
First game R H E
Chicago 8 11 0
St Louis 1 2 5
Batteries Walsh and Blocky Ray
and Kllllfer
Second game R II E
Chicago 2 9 3
St Louie > 6 8 2
Battorlofi White and Sullivan Nel
son and Stephens
COAST LEAGUE
At San Francisco San Francisco 1
Los Angeles 4 Batteries Stewart
Miller and Williams Delhi and Or
endorff
At Los Angeles Afternoon game
LOB Angolea 5 San Francisco 0
At SacramentoVernon Sacra
mento 0 Batteries Carson Brack
xnirldgc and Hogan Fitzgerald and La
Longs Afternoon game Vernon 3
Sacramento 2
At Oakland Morning game Port
land 1 Oakland 2 Batteries Steen
Gross and Fisher Lively and Thom
as Eleven Inning
WESTERN LEAGUE
t
At Wichita Wichita 0 SL Joseph
o
At OuHlha Omaha 4 Dos MoInes
o
No DanvurTopcka game It was
played during the last aeries at To
peka
At Sioux City Sioux City 1 Lin
coln 1
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At lliai1IeCoflllu1Jus 3 Louis
ville 6
At Toledo IndianapoliB 1 Toledo
7
At Milwaukee SL Paul 2 Milwau
kee it
keoAt Kanang City Minneapolis C
Kansas OIty8 J
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
AtTncoiaa Tacoma 1 Spokane 5
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At Vancouver Seattle 1 Vancou
ver 7
GREAT BATTER
IS SNODGRASS
By Sam Crane
New York Set SepL 9Frd
Snodgpuis the blunts is probably
tho liiQsL taJked about baseball 1ayqr
in the country today All this notori l
ety has come to the young Californian
rather suddenly and Is duo to his
being the leading battof of the two
big leagues the high fflvor that car
ries with It the additional prestige ot I
being tho premier swatter of tho
landNot I
Not a young player having his first
season as a regular on tho big league
team should have the ability as a
batter let alone tho temerity to cope
with such famous slugger and cham
pion hitters as Plans Wagner Ty
Cobb and Larry Lajoie was so sur
prising that fandom the world over
was dazed at first whon the new bat
ting phoiiom flashed over tho base
ball firmament When It was seen
though lhat the now applicant for
the batting Supremacy was not a I
mere flash of temporary brilliancy but
gave promise of becoming a fixed
star It dawned on the baseball pub
lie that the youthful aspirant was
worth being considered as a real con
tender with the famous stars who
had procedod him and who were
thought to have a mortgage on the
tallest batting averages that were
possible
Baseball has been full of surpris
es tills season and Snodgrnss rapid
rise to fame Is only filling out the
quota of startling sensations of tho
year of 1910
And there will bo more
Snodgrass docs not give the least
evidence of becoming a busted
phenom that bnno of so many bril
liant youngsters who have promised
do much and done so little whon the
CI ucla I test arrived Snodgrass has
nerve and confidence two most es
sential qualities to enable him to
hold his own If not to do oven bet
ter than his present high record
Combined with nerve and confidence
ho has youth and strength on his aide
a good eye tho ability to judge dis
tance and a snap wrist movement to I
his swing at the ball that has always
brought forth the best results In bai
ting
Fielders canuot lay for Snodgrass
with any degree of certainly Ito line
the happy faculty of hitting em
where they aint BO happily ex
pressed by Willie Keeler In answer
to the quostlon propounded to him
What makes a good hitter
Snodgrass la Just as liable to place
a sizzling liner to right as he Is to
uting the ball to left or to center
lie hits either a high or low ball with
apparently equal once but his sure t
hits and the most deadly arc made
from inballs around his shins t hat
he ahooU past third base or In the
left field direction with unstopablo
speed
Those are called by him shin skin
ners and they aro surely woll name 1
and forcibly and well express the al
most incredible swiftness with which
they are propelled off his bat
No pitchers as yet this season have
been able to head the young bats
man off Some of tho twirlers have
struck him out but as he has al
ways come back with a safe drive
that proves no pitcher has anything
on him Snodgrads just dotes on
southpaws and righthand pitchers
do not seem to bother him much
more
Just now the young batting phenom
leads Ty Cobb his nearest rival for
the premier honors and the ownership
of tho auto to be given to the best
batter of the two big leagues hy
more than 25 points In pprcehtaq1
Snodgras prcsen avernp is about
405 wIllie Cobbs Is around 380 The
jouthful Giant too for the last throe
weeks has averaged nearly a hit In
every two limes at bat and that
shows tho remarkable pace ho is set
ting When the Giants go on their
next trip he may fall off a hit but
heretofore this season ho hail batted
iiflly as well on the road as at home
The rules under which the auto is
to bo presented require that a play
er to be entitled to a chance to
have his batting average considered
must have been at bat at least 350
times Snodgrass has at present time
ortly had a few more than 200 times
up but as the Giants have still ovor
f 0 more games to play there Is lit
tle doubt of his being able to quali
fy
Snodgrass was engaged by Manager
McGraw as a catcher while tho GianJ
wore on a spring training trip to Los
Angeles Cal where the youngster
was playing with a local college team
That was four years ago No chance
presented Itself for Suodgrass to bo
come a regular catcher but he was
held nevertheless and McGraws
judgment of the youngster i llity
was not misplaced
MANY DWORCE
MATTERS ARD
Judge Morse Grants Decrees to Wives
Who Found Themselves
Unhappy
Salt Lake Sept 1aBertha E
Ilaynos told District Judge Morse
Friday afternoon that John R Haynes
flew Into a passion when she told
him that he should pay his sonIn
law money he owed him rni t
oned to kill her The court gave her
a divorce and the custody of four
children The couple were marred
at Sedalla Kan Tanuaw 20 issn
Ada Wiseman said that William
1
j With strength and onoo
I tHey olvc y plcoso
i TWO HORSE
OVERALLS
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MADE DY
LEVI STRAUSS CO
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Wiseman got dnmk beat her and
I threatened to kill her too and she
also was given a divorce The mar
riage took placo at Toledo 0 May
IS 1901
Herman W Home has a bad tem
per often abused his wife and onco
throw a book at her while she was
111 In bed and sho was given a de
cree the custody of two children and
GO attorney fees and costs They
wore married bore In August of 1S99
Horne Is a civil engineer
The following olher Intorlociitorj
decrees were granted Mary B from
Stanley E Simmons desertion maid
en naipo of Schafer
Fanny B from Elmer L Bachlol
nonsupport
John Bontcod said that hp does not
earn enough pay Emma C Bentrod
and the six children RO n month
temporary alimony and 25 attorney
foes so he was ordered to pay at
torney fees only and given until next
month to pay half of these Bunlrod
said that he saw IDs wife hugging an
other man through a window one
night John was restrained from go
Ing to the womans house and creat
ing disturbances but may call at rea
sonable intervals
John Lawless charged with cou
tempt for failure to pay Ethel Lawless
alimony said that ho had brokon a
leg and sprained a knee and an anklo
He admitted that he tasted liquor
onco In a while but was discharged
Andrew P Powell ordered to show
why he shouldnt pay Della Powell
X30 a month temporary alimony and
25 attorney fees said that the om
an had forced him to marry her and
that they had never lived together
He was ordered to pay the alimony
and 25 attorney fees when he makes
answer to his wifes charged This is
another Farmlnglon mistake
The following final decrees were
granted Nellie W from John F Mc
Conaughy Maiy E from Sidney J
Lancaster Ida S from Joseph W
Sloan and Mary A from Joseph
Mack
RAilROA MEN
ORGANIZE CLUB
Salt Lako Sept 10Local railroad
traffic men effected a permbanont or
ganization at a meeting held Friday
night at tho Commercial club It
will he known as the Salt Lake City
Transportation club and will bo com
posed of 1C5 chartei members Con
stitution and bylaws wore adopted
and officers for the ensuing year were
elected
The entire list of officers submitted
by the nominating committee was ap
proved the following being elected
President W F Yeo traveling pas
senger agent of tho Pennsylvania
linos vice presidents D R Gray dis
trict freight agent of tho Oregon
Short Line J A Foley Commercial
agent of the Illinois Central C J
McNItt auditor of the Oregon Short
Line 11 E aVn Housen superintend
ent of the Salt Lake Route J C
Dane general superintendent of the
Denver S Rio Grande treasurer Ira
H Lewis assistant cashier of tho
Denver h Rio Grande secretary J
W Ellingson contracting freight
agent of the Salt Lake Route
Tho constitution and bylaws pro
vide that any employe of a transpor I
tatlon company residing in Salt Lake
City may be admitted as a resident I
member Traffic men of the outside
I
will be admitted aajijonresldent memo
hers It was unanimously decided that
all newspaper men are eligible to
honorary membership
The board of directors of the now
club consists of the following One
year term R F Nelson and T H
Dewey twoyear term W C Howe
and L J Kevos threevear term E
ll Erwin and J H Davis
According to the constitution and
bylaws the object of the club is to
promote good fellowship and person
al acquaintanceship among the mem
bers and to acquire knowledge from
a series of lectures and discussions
and also to promote a closer relation
ship between the public and transpor
tation companies
Thc board of governors of the new
club will consist of all the officers
with tho exception of the secretary
who shall also act as secretary of tho
board
win INVSTIGAH
I
ms SONS DEATH
I
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The fatal accident in which W S
Lochhead was killed when the auto
mobile of Jacob Jensen ran Into the I
ditch and collapsed on Tuesday aft
ernoon develops a now phase
Mr George Lochhcad Sr father
of the deceased lyet > terday issued ai
exclusive statement to the Standard
In which ho asserts that he intends
to Investigate the accident and its
entices to determine If possible where i
to place tho blame It there Is any
blame to placo censuring Mr W K I I
Sanderson who was a passenger in
the illfated car for not notifying
him or the deceaaels wHo and ba
bies of the accident and criticising
the sheriffs office for omitting to
notify the family officially that duch
an accident had occurred
To this end the elder Lochhead uas
had a coroners Jury impanolel an I
it is expected that the jury with
County Attorney Jensen as presiding
outer will examine the body this
morning before It Is removed from
the undertaking establishment in
which It lies and Immediately begin
I their Investigation and deliberations
of the cade
Mr Lochhead declares that neither
I the county physician nor any repre
sentative of the sheriffs office anti
tied him personally of the death of h
on and that the coroners Inquest
which will convene this morning I I
was willed on his request whereat >
It should have been Impaneled Iminn I
dlately after the accident
He wishes the public to understand
that his son William was not on a
J joy ride but that he wa making
I
I a trip of a purely business nature
I to the Utah Hot Springs and that I
j his boy was not a drinker of Intoxi
I cants as some people have sup
posed
I lie censures W E Sanderson bit
Inrly for falling to notify him as fa
ther and Mrs W S Loohhead as
wife of tub unfortunate accident Im
I mediately after It occurred Instead
of allowing the don and husband to
I die alone with Strangers and away i
i from his loved ones 1
He asserts that Mrs Fife In whose
house ftnilochben died aftar
JP IIk Valley C2lllYs file oppofftaiRily seeke1l I
Ttaere are Ojpp r IDllffi ii es for flue i 31irner 9 1h1e rru t I
IrOWeIr 21ll1l1l ihmWe ore We are e g now i
80 Acre t ° ll Farms and
Sub lrrigaied Dry Farms
In
t
Park Iz If ij I
ar aey
7 = = I =
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HIDl tine Fam < OH Ite Elder Grata aed Fralt Bell
I
To the man who is alive to the opportunities we can in type and we think every per
portunities of the day the opening of this son who goes with us looking for a farm
immense tract of land in the beautiful or fruitland opportunity will select one
Park Valley will be an event of great im or more of our 80acre tracts and buy it
portance The available farm land in the then and there
west is more valuable e The undeveloped
every year
Excursions from
Ogden and all points
developed land is practically
gone Cheap
between Salt Lake and Brigham will be
land propositions are fast passing But
conducted Sept 20 returning Sept 22
here is an opportunity to buy land in one
and Sept 27 returning Sept 20 The
of the richest most fertile valleys in all
excursions will run to Kelton and auto
the west at but little
prices higher than
and other conveyances will be provided to
you would pay if you took up government
take to Park
you Valley only twelve
land miles away Ample accommodations have j I
Park Valley is already a fruit and been provided at Kelton and Park Val
grain producing section of considerable ley to entertain all who go Come with +
importance There are two thriving pros us Select your land now Selections may
perous towns in the valley and the many I bo made and first payments made at any
farms and ranches are yielding abundant time The last big sale day will be at I J
returns to their owners The land we now Salt Lake October 8th Prices and terms
offer for sale has been held by private in are as follows i
terests and has not been available for de Fruit lands 6120 acres at 1260 per
velopment until now It is equal in every acre 250 per acre down and tho bal
way to the land adjoining it that is now ance in five yearly payments of 200 each
occupied and under cultivation with interest at 7 per cent
If you will come with us on one of Subirrigated Dry Farm lands 7240
the excursions we have planned you will acres at 976 per acre 175 per acre
see Park Valley in the midst of its harvest down and tho balance in five yearly pay
season The things you will see will tell ments of 160 each with interest at 7
you a much more convincing story than per cent
HH Y illl are RIDlfteIre fietrJl9 w rffe for OlUlIr Hree
llt1Il ftJrate tt ookHe 1rnl 1 unnn roiormaHiion
PACIF LAND WATER COo
LOGAN lU1rAlHI
being carried there after the accident
I
dent beseeched Sanderson almost
hysterically to Immediately notify the
boyd mother and wife of his condi
tion but that for some reason un
known to him the request was re i
fused
J W Pld
Mr Locbhcad gives Dr I
cock considerable praise for the quick
espouse ho made to the hurry rail
to attend tho dying man The doc
tor when called by Mr Jensen hesi
tated about coming saying that he
had six patlcnu waiting in his of
fice for treatment but when he was
1
urged to hasten and the nature of
the need explained ho dismissed his
office patients and made tho run to
the North Ogden house in ten min
utes
Mr Lochhead did not know of the
accident until G20 oclock two hours
and ton minutes after thc smashup
when the body was belng carried
rom the scene of the mishap to an
undertaking establishment In the city
Ho assorts that he boa been cruelly
Ignored In the whole matter and de
sires tho reading public to under
stand some of tho circumstances The
Investigation of the coroners Jury
he considers his duo as an American
citizen and ho asserts that he In
tends to obtain his rights in this mat
ter at least
He assured us that he can produce
I signed statements from witnesses to
the accident and people who observe
the machine as It proceeded toward
the Springs that will establish the
fact that tho lawful speed wad ex
ceeded
I Mr Lochhead does not wish to ma
lign Mr Jenson who drovo the car
at the Ume of tho accident but de
I clares that he Intends to exercise
1 the right of a parent in asking how
and why when one of his children
Is killed
Mr Jenson when seen last night
appeared much Improved In hlo con
dition His left shoulder Is still very
sore from the shakoup ho received
There are three patches of akin torn
from his limbs and the broken lib
gives him a little trouble but he Is
progressing dO nicely that he expects
to bo out in a day or two more He
sat up several times yesterday and
experienced no serious results ex
cept that the natural soreness and
tired feeling caused trouble
His chest was to have been ban
daged yesterday In order to help the
healing of the broken rib but owing
to some Inflammation above the bro
ken bone It was determined to post
pone the operation until today
= u NIV I E R SI IR W OF u T H
SALT LAME CITY g UTAH
T le lIe i od t PllDb ic SC Hj System of tah
The School of Arts and
4 tfl ftlllls
ts UwJI9 Sciences the State Nor
mal School or lie School of Education the
State School of lines and a School of Medi
cine aro embraced by the University of Utah
I
33 rrntrn ° lrii 1 Ii 8 Including the Department
I
tw U tJ nDCa lU partment of Law
f which ii part of the School of Arts and
Sciences
II 25 AmH rtRn 81fb Many of them grad
UUt3h IWDl9U uates of tho great
l 1St Univnitt s or this country and Europe
t 1879 nRJl lrnla Including the Summer
h lh 9ufi of 1910 With the
children of the Training School more than
2200 young people received instruction in the
University buildings lust year
86OO9 Q1I D IrnM Hrn8 Etnbraccs
9 t W t B Uri U 10 brick
and stone buildings 92 acres of grounds and
other University property
150000 laboratory Equipment I
Most of the apparatus machinery and tools
etc arc new and of the very best
G thiatoI Women arc aa + M
ED uca ona tiittod to all departments
I 1
payments The Dean of Women looks after
the welfare of the young women students
Strg isC Not That us go some away of
to school when students come from the East
and the Vest the North and tho South and the
far countries of the earth to attend the Univer
sity of Utah 1
F2JBfnffPBSQlH Registration of students
CililHblLflflGaid September 15th 16th
and 17th Registration fee 1000 after the
17th 1200 Regular work begins September
19th Inquire of local agents for railroad rates
Catalog Picture Bulletin and complete infor
mation sent free upon request
I Address University of Utah Salt Lake City Utah I
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