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IL THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1908. 3 ilflH
BSLden again takes the lead in the big contest. Mrs. D. E. BL comes down from Ogden with a bunch of over forty tliou-jBh-otes. lh's' Gleason is the Avifc of Dan Oleasou. one of the fB most popular passenger conductors on the Denver & Jtio railroad, who runs between Ogden and Grand Junction. Mis.'t L Williams, of the Keith-0 ?J3rieu store, also makes a sensational Ky. She advances from sixteenth place to second place, cast Hfcrsisly thousand votes. t WHO THEY ARE AND HOW THEY STAND. Mfl.i. Gleasou, Ogden, Utah '. .215,920 fences Williams, KeiUi-CVBrien's store !. 210,385 Rgertrade Shearer, 145. Thompson's court 190,120 HLth Bradson, Ogden 189,130 Little, rear 724 South Fourth East.". . 1SG.130 Korence Hadley, Gil East Fifth South .175,960 Korothy Sorenson, 415 South Main street. 174.220 Hp3 Sheets, 115 South Eleventh East' 173,245 pzie Fitzgerald, Bingham, Utah 171,360 pBasche, Pocatello, Ida 170,125 Etie Swift, Boise, Ida 168.140 Eose Broberg. 167 North "West Temple 165,365 Murphy, 406 East Third' South 151.285 Rchamberlaiu, 454 East Brigham 7 148,165 Hfts Michaels, rear 530 East. Third South 14S.139 Eskillicorn, Milford, Utah 145,435 Hfces Johnston, 1172 Emerson avenue 141.380 Htance Mcintosh, Montpelier, Ida 141.125 K'oric StalLings, 35S East Fifth South 131,260 Hothy Perkins, 36S East Sixth South 126,185 j Bali Odekirk, Vernal, Utah 7. 125,130 i TfEzie Erldiam, Auerbach store 120,140 ' JKtmeda Gudmunson. Logan. Utah 119,460 lyBuiette Henriksen, 225 Brigham street.'. ' 11S.345 Carter, Idaho Falls, Ida 118,135 SjHia Foreman, Paris Millinery store, city: 118,130 ifKaReid, 309 Herald building 115,3S0 .AonsL. Davis, St. Anthony. Ida 11,140 i ;plliceiit Lee, 417 South Sixth East 113.390 ! injEanita Foote, 62 West Fourth South 112.260 TTfcOy Petersen. Twin Falls, Ida 110.265 --sy Pattinson, No. 1 Hawks court 106,420 1 Walker, Park City, Utah. 105,230 j itMrgaret McNichols, 328 West First South , 93,130 ! TrRanita Morrison, 760 Lake street 912S5 i5KB. Hardie, 120 West Fourth South 88,130 .Aomas Himstreet, Caliente, Nev T S5.115 Maud Allen, Corinne, Utah...-. S2.190 j iW. Swenson, 409 Eighth avenue..'..- 73.130! rtJmry Hatala, Rock Springs. Wyo 62,130 '. Mid Anthony, 917 Euclid avenue 58.130 .. .S'elah Bacon, Eureka, Utah 52,220 aSM i Brown, rear 258 East Third South 42,365 ilie Laudie, Provo ' ..... . 42,135 Davidson. Box 42. Goldfield. Nev 39,220 Shelly, 125 South Eleventh East. '. ! 38.165 m. Gilbert, No. 2 Kendall square. : 33.160 wk Findersen, 662 South Main street.' 31.245 fee Conway, Stockton . . v 21,360 Arms, Salt Lake Photo Supply 12.990 (OR TO ATTEND t FAIR AT1 OGDEN 23i cr John C. Cutler aud staff -will 16 opening of iho Bi'k Four 5r, Tvhich will bo held at 0- Peek betjinnins "Wednesday, xffit f 30, and lasting four days. Iu i-tho request ot the mnnace t fcje lie fair. -- ' veraor and his party tvill Ogden over tho Oregon Short It30 Wednesday morning, the a 7 of the fair, nnd arrive at 1 lion City at 10:20. There 1 -be mot by the Ocden high 1 yflla and a. company of tho ft i piari and, headed bv a brass jMPTch to the fair grounds Davis, Box Elder and Morcran R'1 participate in tho Big 1PMPANY WINS i j It OUT IN DAMAGE SUIT & Railway- company 1 l'' ,M2ioi K' P- ifadsen against ritiff damages for personal iu 1 W it to liavo 1)0011 sustained VZ thrown from the defendant car on Seventh East street lutt38ouih Al)ril 13. 1007. The nQmKp Morris L. Ititchio's di V"1 Kf Third district court ron , uj".ne or tho street railway j tiPjMftUl,W morning. aiadsen J SI8 complaint that as ho was flrt!nBiRT from 1110 car the mo vWwonly started up and threw iP.,8trcct with such force as . tJlMl Jha,tcr the left 1P and J MjjKjyMo r him. iPTION BOARD , IPIMS THE FREE LIST tef L : iiilMt c,lurches went off the jAIai.h0,final session of the EL 0ard of waterworks Sat--Wjnon, as had been untici jE.tutting off of theso insti- jflBt,r,nK a considerable in rfffWE!SHg to tho city through the water department, but Superinten dent Thomas Ifobda- was not able to give tho figures with nnv degroc of ac curacy Saturday afternoon. Tho ses sion Saturday afternoon wound up the business for tho September term, and there will be no further meetings until : next vcar. - Prof. Frank Parsons Dies. I BOSTON. Sept. 26. Prof. Frank Par- ! sons; prominent as lawyer, educator j and author, died at his' home in this1 city today, aged 03 .years. I Tribune Want Ads. ' Bell phone 5201. Tnd. phone 3(50-3-13. j I' I Sweet's " j Society Chocolates Have a. Rich j True Flavor - Exquisitely 1 .Blended. A Perfect Delight J MADE IN SALT LAIB j ujlj TRIBUNE'S $5,090 GOLD J tfwhls Ballot is Good lor 10 Voles jp olwP,aced in Ballot Box Before Oct. 1, 19 D8. -elj TRIBUNE'S $5,090 GOLD i(k ,0 C0NTEST lH j -The Tiny Tads oi" great rcnowu Have come to visit in our town, And every iveek they -will appear . B ; ,. . Upon this space that vre have here. ' I ; '.. To do their clever little stunts t With Boojiims andctUrabrellaphants And Kangaroosters and ICaboks ; , And strange Bazoo'ks and Jabbenvocks 3 j . And all that weird and jumbled nit'ss ' 1 j - Of beasls from the Bewildemess. I S ; You ask us Avhy Ave get these Tads 1 To do their frolics in our ads? I 9 - "Well, first of all they catch your eye, i , B. And nest our offerings you spy, I I Then, just to try us once, you come y 7 (The rest is simple as a sum) v l I Once come, you'll ten times come again, I , Small profits multiplied by ten, ' 1 Good deals which bring you o'er and o'er, I To help yourself and help our store. ' ' And now, we pray you, watch this space I ? "With pleasure written on your face, 1 So we may know that goodly check 3 , Demanded by Gustave Verbeek lLs not been altogether lost H A SMILE PROM YOU repays our cost! j I We are now ready to show you correct models in Suits and I Overcoats, Fall and Winter, with everything else to accompany i i them, in pleasing styles and prices. j ( j ' 132 AND 134 SOUTH MAIK 0 t I I ' TAMi AND I RATES: ,T00upUp. RATES BY THE MONTH. j WEEK-ENB SPECIAL On Saturdays and Sundays only we will sell I At S ccnfls"straighl WE SELL THEM REGULARLY 3 FOR 25c. Limit 50 Cigars to a customer. "We want our smoking friends to try this treat. THE BUSY CORNER Smith Drup Co. Open all uibt. Order Phones -13C0. cgu.:BJgtJgJ.U-A-aJ'..r.,.w.j,uin !t.AijJ?iir.i..JJiJ--i.i u..,.i.-4Hj-mtijHLmtJ,Jxi l CLEAN FUEL OBDBE IT NOW I Bell Phone 955. Independent 137. 219 MAIN STREET. DRINK IDAN-HA NATURAL LITHIA WATER. "Makei Everythlno Good." F. J. Klosol & Co.. Onden. Rleflor & Llndley. Salt Lake, Dlatrlbutora. li l ' ' '- If You Investigate Tho roflultfl wo obtain from our SOFT WATER PROCESS, we predict you will at onco bocomo a patron. It's a groat savor of llnon. TROY LAUNDRY, "THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY." oth phonos 1?2. 166 Main St. TEIBUNE WANT ADS BEING-RESULTS J This week we will put on sale a ' ' j I I number of Shirt Waist Boxes, They j - I are nicely made and are covered in j II Japanese Mallaye They are, twenty j j - j eight incites lsm fifteen Incites wide j 1-1 J and thirteen incites deep, &Mk .AQ I I 'I I Special price . . . . . JL0 j j j Couch ,01C "We offer a Karpen Couch in the best imitation jffi ja f ggg I ll leather, thirty inches wide. Made with Karpen W kj C " ' 'liB i Bros. Guaranteed Steel Constructed Frame. Our M ' t iB j regularpiice is $25. Special thisweek J1L j Pfs "1 l j There is the best value ever offered in a Brass Bed. jffokjBi f l:4 ? The pillars are two inches; that is the big size, M ! not one inch like the old style. It is the best brass 8gL H m ! 11 j and the best lacquer. It will not tarnish. Look B j i : j at other Beds, then come and see the one for Kjgp JSL H ' j, ; : .H j Oer new stock of lace curtains Is in. j il I The biggest line we have ever shown, j fitfB j Special all the week, 25 discount j '''SfB I' All of oar mew goods are in and wc have the 9 Hjjfl largest and toesS selected stock we have ever j E'lfl had. Y011 are welcome whether LOOKING ml 9 or BUYIMG.