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f THE EASTKRN UTAH ADVOCATK, THOTgDAY, JAW. 10, lOlft. PACJB BKVKK. jfl
Br to Or. Thome. Examl
Kd estimates free. Office
gknerclal and Barings Bank.
Hb, Price, Utah.
jMhc High Efficiency
Squalled For Storage.
m Will Not Slack.
Hit of Steaming and
Bndent Goal & Coke Go
iflnca, Kcnilworth, Utah
Mill Offices, NcwhouBc Uldp ,
jgBALT LAKE CITY.
i and Tide Wait
SFor No Alan
Hlownuui and uncertainty
ad trains ha formed in
rfeoplo tbo commendable habit
iSlntf Distance Telephone
ejthoy wnnn somothini; In n
yflj-'or rnto ask local exchange
3 k.hti:h.v ut.mi ti:m:
H piioni: co.
H Manufacturer of i
trick of All Kinds :
pProssod White and Uod) j!
JEnrda adjoining thu Don-
jjand Illo a rami o Itallroad ,
tejapany on tho south, threo ',
stock east of depot. Offlco
SJhouio, corner Mala and ,'
fifth stroots. (
MsttinuteH (ilvcn mul l'rlit-H -
Mounted On Applluitioii. ji
pXo. ito. :i l'hoim cix, ,
K 1'lllCi:, ITA1I.
I and :
Svorj thing Now, Neat and
Clean and tho Host tho
Markot Affords. -f
lomas Building, Price,:
Utah, Rooms, 25, 50,
I and 75c,
tTrado of tho Mining Camps f
I and Transients doneratly
SANZURA HIGASHI, :
OR OAIili FOIt A OAIUUAOK
i bo promptly unswored when
f you choose to make it. If yon
vt to catch a Tory erly train or
4 a Tory lata ono yoo can hato a
HONKER IJVKRY BARN
IV Oteea, Jr., Mgr., Price, Utah.
IV NOT AM
MAKK OUOUNDS AHOUND TIIK
tVOpemUon Hotwecn Owners and
Tenant Would D Much Towards
Changing Prvjit Condition
AImi Would Kidintico Value
No DLoao WlUiout ItublilHli.
Why was I lie back jurd etcr Invent
ed? Why need thero be a rear and u
front to n house? And why have most
(ionics two rears and no front? The
rear of a house was originally designed
na n plnco where coat was delivered,
whero wssto was removed and where
deliveries from tradesmen wcro inndc.
Hut in city bomct tho gnrbsgo and the
ashes so out tho front door, and deliv
eries aro tnndo there. In fact. It by
necessity has become the back door.
And what Is tbo back yard? Usually o
plnco for weeds to crow, a plsco for
rubbish to accumulate, n plsco to hang
out tho wash, a breeding plnco for mos
quitoes and flics and an eyesore to
about half the population ot tenants,
who day by diy, month after month,
have to look out upon It rV states
tho Title Insurance News.
If ever any one pays the cnalty for
a sin It Is the owner of real estate, res
idential property, who Is carrying tho
burden of tho back yard. How does tho
owner of such property pay tho pen
alty, and can ho escape It? Itesr rooms
bring less Income than street rooms be
cause of existing conditions. Yet why
not tnnko rear rooms front rooms and
correspondingly Increaso tho Income
from residential property?
Take, for cxnmplo, a block of houses
ntnnlng from one avenue to another.
Hacking up to each other thero aro
about thirty-four house, twenty feet In
width. Thero Is a stretch ot open land
between the two rows of houses about
700 feet long and approximately 100
tat us Imagine, If we enn, that the
owners of these seventy pieces of
A DMOI.ATK IIAI K YAIID.
iroH'i1y got their head together and
dotldod that they would place this
vacant spaco In tho lm nils of two or
threo or lite of their number as trus
tee for n xrlod of flvo joars, each
contributing ullUo to tho cost, and thnt
feud's Ik? torn down, rubbish clcnrttl
up and the plot turned Into n mlulu
turo mrL and playground-ln short,
thnt the rear of theso houses become
tho fntuL What would UtiHti? liuit
Inc tin- iiiiiiiIht of rooms facing Ihc
back jnrd us n bo lit tho stinm as thoM
fni'luu tho street and that thero Is n
different o In tho ruulnl Income of
about 'JO per tent. It would ln sufe In
nmtnino that by lutiMug Hiieh n change
tho lueoino of tho icnr nxtms fuchig
our IniHgliied miniature park would
bring In an iiiblllloual Income of 'Jii
per tent In excewfof their tuuul rental
tnltu- which on tho entire property
would show nil Increase of possibly
from 5 lo 10 kt rent.
Not Inking Into consldorntlou the
IncrisiKed liinmie. would lint audi prop
erties nlwujs tlnd occupants In prefer
ence lo others that could not offer this
nttrnctlto feature? Would wo not be
providing mi Ideal playground for the
children, Inking tlieni from the streets
with Its dangers? Would not such re
treats afford comfort, afternoons and
ctcnlngs, to the occupants of tho room
men mid women who must pass the
greater part of their summers In the
Tho average summer population In
the secuty houses docs not fall far
short of 1,000 persons. Ily renting a
portion of the space for tbo privilege
of scnlng Ice cream and soda fountain
drinks there would be suQlclent In
come from tho privilege to more than
pay for tbo upkeep of tho plot
Any step tlisC will help make city
life moro attractive will help to main
tain values Docs not this suggestion
offer n remedy for one of the causes
of decreasing Incomo from rooming
properties In certain cities?
Flawsr Bsdtcksd Windows.
Hero is an idea which could be adapt
ed to tho beautifying of towns with
great advantago. The municipality ot
Paris offers prizes for the most at
tractive window decorations by using
blooming plants, thero belug several
classes In which competitors may
strive that Is. single windows, whole
house fronts and the fronts of mercan
Complete line of blank books.
Advocate Publishing Co. AdvU
t THF. TREES AtONQ OUR J '
! ! A pamphlet Issusd by the P- Z
' etal psrk commission of Chicago t
) plvss the following pointers I
about the planting of street
' treeei J
Treee are tJt whan nursery I
; Treee transplanted from the T
. , woods should be eeedllnge. i
" A tree two Inches in diameter T
meseiired one foot from the I
, , ground Is large enough. i
Trees should hsve a cempsct t
; root system, straight main trunk I
. . and well balanced top.
The lower branches should be t
'.'. trimmed to height of eeven I
feet from the ground. T
Trees should be free of fungus T
','. and Ineeet dleeaeee. X
Tree holee should be Isrger T
) thsn required by the root eye- I
. tern. J
Treee should bo plsnted with T
','. ss Urge a root system ss poeel- I
; Prevent drying, eunburn or T
! freeilng of exposed roots. X
Plsnt the tree at the ssme
I depth and oxpoeure ss It former- I
a ly etood.
Trim off all torn and broken J
) reote and branehee with sharp I
.. pruner before planting.
Plant no treee cloeer than J
) ! twenty-five feet.
Arrange the roots to spread -i
; naturally In loots soil.
', Tamp the eoll well about the , ,
; Water the young tree freely, )
. ! eepeclally during June, July and , .
Augutt, with one or two thor- ;
ough waterlnge each week. '
Keep the soil cultivated around
' young trees. )
A servleesbte and etrong tree ! ,
- gusrd should be pieced around
J the tree. J
m m a , ij AAASiA4A4iA1i4A44-ISi
WAY IN CALIFORNIA
Project to Illuminate One Hundred ar
Fifty Mllte of Boulevard Under Way.
Tbo Intercity commission of eighteen,
composed of six representative each
from Pasndena. South Pasadena and
Alhnmbrs. has Inaugurated ono of the
mostt ambitious boulevard lighting
projects yet undertaken anywhere.
When the plan becomes a reality the
line highways which connect Los An
geles with tho three cities mentioned
will bo Illuminated throughout their
entire twenty miles of length with a
modern lighting system of the orna
mental typo. Tho section which In
cludes Albnmbra, more than six miles
In length, has already been voted, and
mpld progress In securing slguntures to
lietlllons for the ottior sections appearo
to Insure tho early completion of tho
When other localities heard of the
project they took It up with cntlnul
num. with the result Hint In the l-nn
kershlm mid Vim Nuys ilMrlrt to the
northwest of Is Angeles n similar
lighted way extending about twenty
miles hns nlrendy U-cn ordered, and tho
leoplo of tho progressive beach city of
Venire are working for a lighted boule
vard from I.os Angeles to their com
munlty Htlll more striking Is the in
ilorsemeut of tho lighted way by the
representatives of tho eighteen cities
fonnlnir the Han (labrlel valley inter
city commission. Indeed. It now seems
likely that In thu not ery dlstnnt fu
ture n ejittcm of nenrly 1.7) miles of re
cently Improved Ismlcvnrtts will bo pro
Tided with splendid electroliers, thus
giving tu the visitors and residents In
southern California exceptional facili
ties for highway travel by day and
TO CLEAN UP GROCERIES.
No Cats, No Chlckene, No Files, to De
Allowed In Chicago Storee.
A Hjstemntle effort to obtain clean
and tuitiltnry groceries Is to bo made
by the Chlrngu Clean I'ood club. Tho
object of I ho organization Is tu enforce
elennlliKSM In iielghlHirhooil stores.
Some of the tenets of the club are:
No cats to ho allowed In grocery
No chickens to be kept In cnitm on
Htnres hating Illo to be blacklisted
No horse blankets to be kept In de
Kterj thing to be kept off the door
and uwrylhlng lo tm kept covered
The Cleanest Town.
The cleanest town In the world Is
snld to bo Hroek, In Holland. It Is
only it few miles from tho capital and
hns been famous for Its cleanliness
from time Immemorial, It Is also
uotablo on account of the fanciful
style of ltc houses and yards and gar
dens and streets. The people tbougb
only peasants, are well to do, and all
feel a pride In their town. It seems
to bo tbo first business of their lives
to keep their houses freshly painted,
their ganteus In perfect order and
their yards and streets as clean as a
parlor. No carta are allowed In the
streets and no cattle, though the rais
ing of stock and the making of butter
and cheese are their occupations.
Clvlo Educstlon by Losflets.
An excellent plan of arousing Interest
In civic matters among the member
ship of commercial organizations and
throughout the community generally
has been Inaugurated by tbo llangor
chamber of rommerco of Hangor, Me.
This consists In the Issuing of occa
sional leaflets of a size that will tit In
an ordinary small envelope and distrib
uting the through the tnatla and otherwise.
i Kentucky Liquor House? j
' At the Old Lowcnstcln Bulletins: I
J Harry Qesas, Prop. I
I; LARGEST MAIL ORDER LIQUOR I
HOUSE WEST OF DENVER. I
!; miiMnviNti list is a hampi.k ok oimi piuchh IS
!; itoi'imoN and itvi: wiiihkiix winks. Ifl
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, Pull Quart . xx ,.,lrt ju, la5 J, M
, Old Cmw tl.0 Hherry .. - HO l.M
! Old Taylor . 1.30 Muscnt .ft() 1.1W S wM
, TtUny .. ... ,7 a.00
lnr IIisNik I .no Angcllcn no 1.1M (
i' Hunii) Hniok I.!W li Claret - 'M .0.
i v . .. , . ... AsflT Iliirjruiuly .no I.JS5 jl
,; .elMH llnmk 1.00 (jW Zltu-nnd'l M I&1 ;
(luckcnlieliiirr l.!W W'JJU MIIAVAUKKC AND HT. IIUIH ! )H
(! Uinmllan Club . 1.7.1 fJ4F IMHTTMIIf I.AOlIU DKKItH. .H
'! Kcmtucky Crystal I.!!ft KSl Ia.rgo l'er ;fl
.... . re3 Hlzo Dos.
i Wlncliratrr Club .w- I.S lludwclwr S .11(1 SIMM) ,'
! Miiuiii i.oo Imips iw a.no ? .
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, lllatk ami Wlilto Hoolcli 1.7rt UM, WlUo nni, nll, ,.in B(, ., HJM
' IHH Puro Ornln Alcohol 1.00 I I Wagner, Knit lko .. ,UO 3.00 m IH
i , ltniwn tttout -. .) '-'.(Ml ,' H
, Ornisi llrnndy 1.00 Ksli WnU-r in l.Ofl ,! tlH
, Hlackberry Ilrnndy .7.1 MlncnU Water .- ,'M 2.00 H
KXP1UUW PAID ON FOUIt QUAUT8 OH OVKIt ON AM. WlIIBKIKfl AND WINI- IN UTAH. J I i
; FREE DELIVERY r j
Plnone 1S3. Price, Utah. J jH
PnNi-diiK Irrlgntlon or Iirwo Tract
lit Colorado nml L'IaIi.
Dlspatchi-H from Grand Junction,
toll of a largo IrrlRatlon schomo In
Colorado and Utah, by which two
hundred thousand acres ot land In
Dolorco county aro to bo irrigated
by a 10,000,000 hydro-olcotrlo power
plant to bo located n tow miles
Uoo Dolorco ou tho Doloroo rlvor.
This plant will bo oporntod In con-
riectlon with tho gonontl achomo of
cvntrnllzntlon of electric power
plants In Western Colorado. Tho
land to bo irrigated oxtimds north
ot tho southern limit of Paradox
Valley and Including thu nouUionst
vrn part ot Utah.
In connection with this undortak
Ing n railroad lino will bo run
through FarinltiKton. N- M north
through tho land to bo opvnod up
us far na Paradox Valley, making
connection on tho south with tho
Atchison, Topekn and Bant a Ko In
Now Moxlco. i:. P. Illploy ot Chi
cago, proatdont of thu Atohlson, To
pokn nnd ftnntn I'o systom, In also
president of tho Irrigation lompuuy
which will Install tho Doloroa proj
ect. l'rvd .. 1. lions of Donver la tho
onglneer In chnrgo of tho work unil
ho la also conmctod with tho Utah
Power nnd Light company, tho now
$40,000,000 corporation whlcji Is sc
ouring control ot so many of tho
(dectrlc plants of tho Wost,
CHItONIO CONSTIPATION CUIKH.
"Flvo yonrs nco I had the worst
care of chronic constipation I aver
knew of nnd Chamberlain's Stout
uh nnd I.Ivor Tablets curod me,"
writes B. V. Fish, Hrooklyn, Mich.
For salo by nil dealors - Advt
Hy breakfasting hero. Tho
boat monls In tho city with
exceptionally good sorvlco, to
your order, from 25 conts up,
Lunchoon and dinner nt pop
Aro steam heatod, cloan and
sanitary and wo think tho
very best in Kastern Utah.
CIobo to all trains and euosta
gavo taxlcab and other ox
porvacs. Under Now Managoment. Op
posite Donvor and Hlo
Orando Dopot . . . Prlcoo
that all may afford.
THE' TAVERN CAFE
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HLh dally drink, nml ono of Urn lie- ' it- H
rftr-JSA "It0 niorn, jicrfect tho Ihst, tikes ' ', H
IiHMCH gristti-r Km iiiitrlmeiit anil tonle '
111 OUR "OLD GERMAN m
VBHeJH the iiighcBt J i i J
HhJI romblnes thowi disdrnbln ' jf
TVssHHsVeV'EUj liitlet mid Mitir)lng to Uio upp- H
irtlul4r 2. hj gtsfW. Tim tery nitlunt of "Obi (ienniui J H
U jsIsBsS 1 I-nger" n-nders It it fntorltn !' ( H
Vj1 U OTsVjl el otorjuhcrr. Doctors nvoinnieiul i H
!' 2 J?iTVs"2B Order n cjimi KmIii) fnuu our 'Sm
!: 8iSl?SsH Salt Lake City i; 'M
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jfCtJjHH - " lxer nuiko iui ? H
ni:nam:s cold h.vap
cittppi.i:i tiii: dccks
I Ktwi feathers mid tio iKiwor to
fly furnished no Monp from tho
rocont cold wnttii, according to n,
atatomont inado by Fnyl W. Cham
bore, stato fish nnd gamo commis
sioner. Atthuugh skeptics havo
rldlouled tho Idoa, Chambora do
claroH In all sincerity that thous
ands of ducks aro caught fast in
tho loo on tho small streams nnd
small ponds of Utah.
A ovldonco of tho truth of his
atatomonts, Chambora cites a report
rocolvod from Warden Ooorge Par-
Sur of Woods Cross. In that vl
nlty, according to tho roport, fully
flvo hundred ducks woro llboratod
from their ley prisons recently by
tho gamo wardon nnd assistants.
According to Chambers that con
dition exists In othor parts of tho
atato. Instructions have boon Ih
suod to doputlcti to visit all ducJc
grounds whoro tho birds might bo
caught In thu loo nnd 11 bora to Uiom.
In tlio opinion of tho gamo com
mlwdoner tho ducka got into, tho
sludh tco and woro frozon fast bo
foro thoy wore a warn ot tho ho veri
ty ot tho woathor.
Crystal Hrook Whisky Quakor
Maid Hye- tho two host ever JOld
In Prlco only by J. II. Forrostor at
the "Q. V." Ask for these popular
The Elite Bar j I
Notliliig liandled but the llsssl
ory bct liiiiiiifl
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IHTUHN HUUIIH mid -ssH
ICKV WI2HT CIGAIIH. -. -'H
Klght jcar old Cedar llnKik , ' M
i Ilotirbon and eight year old i' ' "M
t' Mount Vcnion Ityo served ex- '-illllllH
tliulvely otvr Uds bar, jM
A share of tho iwttronogo 'i I Vk
of Uio public solicited. Phono , ' I ) SM
ISO nnd tte will deliver Uio ' IsLsH
: CHARLES AVERILL j
R. W. CROCKETT & CO. I
rmi:, i'late ouna and steam IsbsH
noiLEn iNsuiuNcia H
lUXU, ESTATlt AND IVOANB. jH
"WE'LL GO YOUK BONDS," iiH