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u 2 DESERET EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1007
THE INSIDE OF
SAN FRANCISCO
Gentle Grafters Object to Being
Locked Up in Filthy
County Jail
MAKE PROTSET TO SHERIFF
Pelnm Meets Ills Own WorllCorll111
ItirloH In Great Demand Ills
conl Among Mulclniu
jnechl Corrcspondcncff
San Francisco July 2OW that the
county jail has been officially declared
by the board of health filthy beyond
compare the grafters nro more than
ever opposed tb Imperiling their health
by going there They Intend to reslnt
with tooth and toenail as well as with
legal advleo any attempt on the part ot
a rut prosecution Incarcerate them
In unsanitary hole Tho sheriff who
under any ordinary government would
keep the place In a partial state of
cleanllniss says that the wicked supar
vlsors did not give hint money enough
to get hot water and disinfectants The
latter gentlemen have been so busy try
Ing to give 150000 to the Spring Valley
Water company that they have treated
the charges of the sheriff with silent
contempt
SUFFE1U3D FRoM CHAIN STORM
Lawyer Delphln M Delmnij who I
conducting the defense In the case of
Louis Glass on trial for bribery Is well
versed In legal technicalities and the
nice distinctions in word shading but
he met his match the other day In wit
ness Michael Coffoy In u tilt between
attorney and witness sympathy Is us
ually with tho latter and he Is praised
If he can turn the tables on his per
sccutor Coffey Is one of the best known
hackmcn In the city and last fall In
J the great victory of tho plain people and
Abe Ituef over the rich he became a
supervisor In testifying In the Glass
case he said he took corporation money
with u clear conscience and when Del
mIlS pressed him too hard he said that
he might have been suffering from n
brainstorm when ho took It thus
using tho words tho lawyer coined In
the Thnw trial
MAY NEED SEVEIIAL
The other day Sup rlor Judge Lawlor
0 continued UO graft cases for lack ot
time to try them and as yet there Is
Immediate prospect of the grand
jury taking an ndjounncnt When the
experts of the new administration get
to work on the municipal books the
services of an additional grand jury
may bn needed
MANAGE TO STRUGGLE ALONG
The discovery or a headless body on
the ocean beach giving every Indica
tion of a crime committed several
months ago occupied the attention ot
tho local newspapers for a few days
and gave several chancn to drop all
mention of th graft prosecutions antI
I the rehabilitation of tho community by
a new administration The awful de
tails of the wreck of the Columbia
helped to 1111 In tho rest ot the week
and U will be Interesting to note wheth
er there will bo a return to clvlo re
I generation next week In tho mean
time we struggle along tho best we
can with tho aid of three cabinet minis
ters
RIDES ENLIVENED BY BOMBS
Secy of Commerce and Labor Oscar
Struuss hart gone and done what most
of us did long ago He has given up
tho car strike as being beyond his
power to settle He does not proposu
to Involve himself In tho local situa
tion which ho Is sure Is badly tangled
since his subordinate Charles I Nell
government commissioner of labor nun
not been able to do anything with It
The majority of our citizens are riding
on the cars with tho greatest of free
dom and security and an occasional
bomb or brick bat only livens up an
uneventful monotony
IRONICAL AND HOP13FUL
In thanking the police commissioners
for removing him on tho charge of In
subordination Police Captain Mooney
Vnll Ironical as well as hopeful that In
a few short wnekn some new conimla
L stoners would restore him In triumph
to the department The ttnderlol
1 gave a sigh of relief all the news How
u around of Moonpys dismissal and thu
t night resorts kept open later than usual
1 and tho music of tho cafes was louder
than over The deposed captain hui
said some vary bitter things about
i Chief Dlnan and the latter demand
his head whether fricasseed or boiled
r It uns Immaterial to him Meanwhlli
t the other members the department
were not taking sides In the contro
versy and tho men were busy circulat
ing a petition asking for Increase In
pay to 120 a month
y DISCORD AMONG MUSICIANS
The Musicians union this week was
filled with dlicord over the dropping or
members who land forgotten to pay
their dues To make un for this du
ftcloncv It was decided lo revise ttm
HdKdulo of prices HO that hereafter In
j dlvlduuls or organizations wishing
I sweet harmony for their functions miiy
hfivq to pay more than ever The local
11 musicians of late have been kept bUllY
proving alibis There havo been nuiii
1 flrtus acouiAtlan tiled ngalnnt them by
UK striking carmen that they have
been riding on the boycotted earn of the
p United railway instead of paying tnku
ns much for the privilege of catching
SWEETS Milk
Chocolates are
made in refrigera
tion which gives the
same perfect blend
ing and even smooth
ness summer or win
ter
Sweet Catidy Co7
0
Mnmifjcltirlns Confectioner
pneumonia from patronizing the anti
quated busses ot the strikers
connuPTKW FOn FIVE YBAIIS
At tho recent lncluntrlil congress
Mayor Taylor had some forcible re
marks to make Among other things It5
saId Wo have had for the past five
years not only great corruption OB you
krow but we have had lawless meth
ods utter disrespect of law without
which a city cannot prosper Now It
shall be one of my most Imperative du
ties and t tnkc this occasion to say It
to restore the charter to do nothing
olllclally nor permit any officer to do
anything olllclully unless the charter
nuthorlzcB It Former Mayor James D
Iholan spoke briefly on ts interest of
the public the llilrt forty In labor dis
putes Ho Bald The public has a par
amount Interest In all labor disputes
hut Is given little consideration by the
other parties Strikes cause partial
paralysis and the public Is tho victim
Two thousand carmen strike and 200000
people suffer The total loss Inflicted
on merchants and others ty the car
strike runs Intothe millions Jt Is np
palllnff PLUTO
4
SOLDIERS EN ROUTE
fo Companies of TwentyNinth Tear
tiuIngs Up nl Dragon
Companies Cl and H of the Twenty
ninth Infantry arrived from Fort
Duchesne this morning ut 6 oclock 111
men and seven ulflcers strong The en
listed men lIre largely recruits Hook
Icsulls they are rudely termed and are
bolng kept practically In durance
vile during the day at the train which
Is scheduled to leave ut C p m for San
Francisco The commissioned and non
commissioned officers however and a
few of the old blinds arc nt liberty
to coma UI town whch opportunity Is
being Improved and a number of them
went up to Fort Douglas to visit The
bulk of the command IN hfllng held at
tho station because of the rlotuoa con
duct en route While at Dragon quite
a number of the men got drunk at the
local saloon there were three tights
and a number of other disturbances
This the commanding ofllcor did not
propose to havo repeated at Salt Lake
and then It was feared that If the men
were allowed to come up town and get
sectored over the city there would be
notching when they could bo rounded up
again and It appeared a dead moral
certainty that not a few never would
bo found So no chances were token
and a guard Is keeping the sohllors In
the Immediate vicinity of tho cars un
til the dcpartme
Tho other 10 companies of tho
Tuentyiilntli regiment at Fort Doug
las arc ready to march and will hike
down town tomorrow morning for the
last time en route to the special train
The entire command will he marched
aboard the transport Immediately on
reachlrg the dock at San Francisco
arid none of the men allowed to got up
town A special guard at the post to
night will keep the fainthearted ones
from deserting or attempting to como
down town for n final drink
The battalion sergeant major from
Fort Duchesne stated his belief today
that tho post there would bo abandoned
In the not distant future ns there Is
itally no occasion for It any longer as
the Indians inn remain In tho country
lire peacefully Inclined and the tough
ones that wanted to create trouble
lire nt Fort Mcade TherQ Is however
n strong effort being made by the In
habitants of that section to continue I
the maintenance of the post because of
the custom and trade brought by tho
stationing of troops there M troop of
tilt Fifth cavalry Is there now but It
wont remain long The sergeant major
judged from what wits said by Gen
eral Bell that he will recommend the
abandonment Fort Duchesne
MISS LIVINGSTONILLI
4
Member of IJIK Frankcnllcld Com
pany Stricken With Aijicnllclllf
Miss Mabel Livingstone who played
at the Grand theater during ho early
summer with the Laura Frankcnfleld
company WUII taken suddenly and ser
iously 111 last evening with what Is
thought to bo appendicitis She Is at
her rooms In tho Heron hotel under
the care of a physician and today
hopes arc entertained that she may not
have to submit to an operation
Mien Livingstone Is under contract
to plug at St Marks church for na
Indefinite period She has also en
gaged with Mr Harry Lolghton to sing
at the ntovlng picture performances
which begin tomorrow evening ut tho
remodeled old Thirteenth ward school
house Owing to Miss Livingstones Ill
ness other arrangements will haN to
be made for the present
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f Look in
I tomorrows paper
1 for our big sale
j announcement
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171 aOlJlU JiUN STHmZf
MANAGER OF GRAND HOME
Mf mid Mr Arrlilo M Con Return
Ironl tho liw
Manager A M Cox of tho Grand
theater accompanied by Mrs Cox ar
rived last evening from tha cost whith
er ho has been for a period ot two
months or more TJio trip was taken
for business and pleasure combined
find wan entirely successful from both
standpoints
Mr Cox reports that splendid book
InKS have been made for tho Grand
covering tho entire coming season It
Writ proposed to open tho years work
on Aug 18 with the Boston opera
company but It now looks as though
the commencement would bo mado on
Aug 11 with the appearance of tho
panic company for a period of two
vcoks rather than one week Tho
house hoj been undergoing n thorough
repairing and renovation during tho
past nix weeks
RAILROAD NEWS I
DEATH OF WILLIAM JONES
111111 Mnri Drugged by n Train Sue
climbs to InnilyMs tIle Heart
William Stark Jones the young man
who was severely Injured at Layton
tour or live weeks ago by being dragged
by a train succumbed jcstctday at the
I DS hospital to paralysis of the
heart He was progressing very well
and was considered as having practi
cally recovered from hIs wounds when
he was seized with paralysis of tho
heart and passed away Deceased was
only 18 years old and was a bright
young man lie had attended the Agri
cultural college at Logan for tho Ictst
three years and was Intending taking
up his fourth year ut the University
He wos talented as an artist au was
making rapid progress Ills deutn will
prove a great shock to his relatives and
trlends
Tho remains will be shipped to the
young mans former home In BrIgham
City today
CACHE COAL HATE REDUCED
Oregon Short Lino MiiUth Cut to Ono
Dollar n Ton
The Short Line freight department
reduced the coal rule from Ogden Into
Cache valley to il u reduction of 120
after a conference yesterday after
noon with a committee from tho north
on the coal situation The committed
consisted of E W Hoblnson Melvin
Baliun H Uullcn Jr John A lIen
drlckson and Jtimcs Larson Thesj
gentlemen also visited the Utah Fuel
company riiid Rio Grande ofticcs whero
they Were assured such help as could
c bo extended would bu forthcoming
There was formerly a Joint rate be
tween the D It G and the Short
LIne on Interchange of coal shipments
but this wag discontinued two yeaia
ago because of somo disagreement
and has not been renewed In conse
quence of lack of harmony It cost 395
to ship coal from Pleasant Vulley to
Logan which made It prohibitive as
the rate from Wyoming points to La
gan was 2 only But the short e
of coal has made It necessary for the
Cacho valley people to look to other
places than Wyoming for coal and they
are trying to bring Utah coal In there
Logan needs five cars of coal a dtiy
but Is getting only that number In u
week The trouble Is luck ot miners
nut so many have gone to Nevada to
dig for gold The railroad people say
the thing to do Is to make It an object
for men to go to work In the toil mines
and then coal will be 1m il
ICE GANGS AT OGDEN
Tho passing through Ogden of train
land nftor trainload of fruit from Cal
ifornia going cast Is making a great
amount of work for men In Icing the
cars The records of tim cars passing
through Ogden Is between 60 and 75
dally These have to nil be reIced
there The railroad supply of Ice which
war stored there was exhausted some
time ago aTid now tho company Is
shipping fccvera carloads every day
from TJvanston Wyo to be used on the
rains A force of over 20 men Is kept
busy attending tothia work
NEARING OGDEN
HnniborRcr Ilond letting Itcmly to
Knter Junction Clij
tllmon Ilamberger of the Salt Lake
Ogden Railway company spent yes
terday In Ogden In the Interest of his
line He went to the foot of Thirtieth
strict and made a careful Inspection
of the roadbed that has been practi
cally completed to tho Weber river Ho
It satisfied with tho work so far nc
compllphed and hopes to soon havo tho
mutt romploicd Into Ogden connect
ing the twn cities with another rail
road A temporary foot bridge haa
boon pwtal over tho river for the use
of the workmen who are to put In a
largo concictc span for the trains to
pass ovei It will not tako long now
to complote the entlro line
n F Nevlns commercial agent of
tho Rio Grande Western Is out on the
road on a business trip
C P Prultt traveling freight agent
of theC M St P returned from
a trip to Idaho this morning
J G Doolittle general agent ot the
Rock Island Frisco lines In this city
has gnu to Denver on n business trip
Harry Younrernmn traveling freight
agent of tho Rock IslandFilsco lines
Is down with a touch of typhoid fever
His wife Is clik with the same dl8e o
nt the hospital
W J Thomas city ticket agent of
the Salt Lake Route who has been III
with typhoid fever for more than tin no
weeks has passed the crisis and In now
on his way to recovery
Chief Engineer Wm Ashton of the
Oregon Short Line who was painfully
Injured several days ago In an accident
In Idaho Is recovering from his Injurlm
and It Is expected will noon bo about
again
A Rex house party comprising GO
people loft lor tha east this morning
over the Rio OinnJc The party has
just returned flout a trip to tho Yol
lowslono and wan under the supervis
ion of Mr Yerax
The Southern Incllc Is ngaln crcd
Itcil with makng preliminary surveys
for nil extension of tho Nevada Cal
llfornto road from Un southern ter
minus at Kcflei4 Nov to Mojnva ISO
mlh This would give the H 1 > a
shorter line to Los AngclCH than Its
present coast connections
C 0 Whltteinoro vice incident of
thin Lee Vegas Tnnopah roud was In
town yciitimlny afternoon nod said
his road would bo completed Into Gold
Hold noxt fall which will largely aug
ment the local popimttoi A ratio of
truck fa being laid ciich diy
General Manager W II Uanoraft of
tho Oregon Short Line nccompanU by
Surgeon 0 II Pinkerton aro out on n
weeks tinning Hit ut Island Inrk thu
guests of S W l cclesMr Eccleii
owns a largo tract of Innil near Yol
IdWHtonc paik on the Bonth fork of the
Hnakc rlvor and within the tract lini
liujto llihlnK prosurvoi which are salil
to bo unexcelled in the country
PERSONALS
L K Dnyje of Murray hAN gone to
thu IAclllc to a it for a sew wooks
ylslt
T A Rohlnion flit Oklahoma real
estate dealer U vl ltlng with friends
In thlll city
Dr M D iBgrcan leaves today for
u weeks nulling trip on flue atraw
berry river In Iliituh county nlong
with a few frl1ndll
t
MORE OAR EQUIPMENT
Street Ilnlluny Company ItccclTen n
Consignment of Holllng Stock
Not a week passes without It being
made more anti more apparent that
the Utah Light Hallway company In
engaged In some very big doings
Nino rDlons ballast cars completing
an order for 16 word received this
morning from Aurora Ills and pulled
up street In a single train the most
Imposing sight of tho kind ever seen
in town
nut then that Is a small fraction ot
tho rolling stock that IH cqmlng In
cluded in uij iew motive power are
three new electric locomotives being
built by the HaldwlnWcstlnghouse
makers for the tUah LUht t Railway
company each weighing 30 tons and
of 240 horsepower at a cost each of
8000 Tho general model Is the same
ns that of tho present electric loco
motive Tho Utah Light t Hallway
company under the new ownership la
having no trouble In gcttlri practic
ally everything wants and rooul
rttlonH antI orders ire being filled
without delay
LATE LOCALS J
Mrs Welts ImproAiil Mrs Hcbor
M Wells Is able to bo out on the pnrch
ot her residence
CiOArmor Goes IIliiiiK dov Cut
ler Is enjoying a much needed rest on
a fishing trip today
Commit nnlcacherTho com
mittee on teachers and school work
will meet in tho office of President O
W Moylo ot the board of education
Friday noon
After Ijonsr separation AttyClen
Brecdon Was pleased and astonished
this noon as John Judd who knew
him in Santa Vc In 1870 walked Into
his office unexpectedly They had
not seen each other in all this tlmo
Artlelcs rileil Copies of the ar
ticles of incorporation and bylaws ot
tho Washington Fire Insurance com
pany of Seattle worn filed with the
secretary of state this morning U U
Hlskey Is appointed local agent
Dental COM Hobbcxl Spmo time
during last night a miscreant smashed
the display caB of the Union Denial
company on lower Main street and
made way with tho contents teeth
gold etc amounting to about J50
Slolo Orlp IVom St ElnwA guest
at tho St Elmo rooming homo re
ported to the police today that a grip
containing wearing apparel had been
purloined from that place There is
no clue to the thief
Young Calilcr nt Home Verner
Calder son of Samuel Calder of this
city has so far recovered from tho
wound In his foot occasioned by acci
dental dlscharage of a gun that he
li able to be removed from tint L D
S hospital to his home
Hank CivirlngtToda58 local bank
clearings amounted to Jl09300970 as
against 67172007 for the sumo day
lost year The months clearings
amounted to 3114303136 as against
2030449338 for tho month of July
1900 an Increase of 10838B3708
Kansas Merchant H rlC W
Sjmns and wlfo of Atchison Kan
nro visiting In Salt Lake guests at
tho Kmitsford Mr Symns Is one of
the foremost merchants of the Kansas
city and b the head of tho mercantile
company bearing his name In this
city
Vinuoo Legion at Wnmlmncre All
the members of the association are In
vited to attend tho outing at Wanda
mere hold on Friday Aug 2 Meet
at 4 oclock bring lunch and wear
badges Call on William Sanders or
William Brown at Z C M I and get
n ticket for admission free
Money for Speculation Local bunk
Ing men report today a strong de
mand for money to be used In mining
speculations Some people are so In
tent on this that they are ready to
mortgage their homes to raise money
with which to speculate Bankers ero
refusing to advance moneys when
U Is found that homes arc being of
fered as collateral
John I Menteln Home John P
Mtakln tho fraternal evangelist
returned homo last evening after an
absence from Utah for nine months
past Mr Meakln has boon filling n
lecture tour throughout the east dur
ing which ho has been tolling his audi
ences that Utah Is not so black as Is
painted by some Ho reports having
enjoyed a splendid tlmo and being
glad to return homo once moro
Xew Mining Comimii Articles of
Incorporation of tho Seven Troughs
Daisy Mining company were flied this
afternoon with the county clerk The
company Is capitalized for JldUOOou
divided Into shares of tho value of 1
coch The dlrectora of tho now com
pany are Van D Spalding W J
Craig Brig T Cannon Jacob Evans
K II Alrls rIme company owns
four claims In Seven Troughs district
Humboldt county Nov
J UH Membcra AdmliUtl Tho fol
lowing local college graduates wera
chosen ut tho recent meeting of Inn
coinmlttea on admissions to member
ship In tho University club V B
Clark M D University of Michigan
1606 n P Colotnnn M E Colorado
School of Mines 1903 Ed Copley II
A Kansas State university 1900 Hur
old p Fabian B A Yale 1907 F F
Stclgmcycr 11 ft University of Chi
cago 1907
Uncle From Old MticoJ A Cun
nlngium is back from old Mexico
with encouraging reports of success
In sugar cane operation In thu utah
of Kan Luis Potosi Ho bay tho re
public Is becoming rapidly American
feed with Invj4tors Hocking In there
from the north In largo numbers At
rumpleD the hotel thoro was loaded
to tho gtlaids with guests sleeping
III hall cotf and women sleeping In
c tin Irs In thu parlors
riflh Vnrd at Wnntluiiure On
Friday next Aug 2 the peoplo of tlio
Fifth ward will Join In a grand ro
unIon at wnndarnoru A line piogrum
of sports has been arranged Including
a guino of banuball between married
and single men niece of dllteiont kinds
ami contents In boating dancing roller
shutting find bowling tho winners of
these tu bo awarded suitable prizes
Tluno will also bo piles for till larg
est family on tho graundv tho oldest
couple and tho eldest lady and gent
The exercises will begin shortly lifter
noon mid contlnuo till remainder of time
dny All residents of the ward anil
their fi lends art cordially Invited nut
inomlHcd n good tlmo
TODAYS MONEY MARKET
NVw York I uiItlClnsp I rl Hill
mu uurmui i lie impel Bln Iwr cent
Hlcrllnj ixel mnuigu > cniy ullli jIll mmmi I
lin lnox In In suites hull is it t IN7 tp
Jb705 for Icniiiiil nnil nt IHlul
JHi70 fur HO din lilllHj roiniiicrilnl
IIIlN lHaiiIH8
liar uII tar IIJJ
AtiYlcail dolliri nl
OouriiUHnt liiyJ slciulyt rnllroart
iMiniln liriBuliir 4
iliinoy on call Jlrwur 8I iicr
cvnti rulliiff rulo 34 ilutlni JIll JI
OlltltXI I 1 us i
Tlnii loiuii firm i no IlnII IJii 00
tlatt1 atil inuiilliD u per cent
MANAGER QUIGLEYS RETURN
KoportH n Khurtiiitc or Workmen In
Xcnrly < bii LlncH
Manager C A Qulgloy of tho StuJc
uakcr company has returned from an
nbsencu of several weeks In tho caSt
llo reports It la simply Inuiosslhle for
nmnufiiclurcrn to Hit their orders with
any degree ot promptness particular
ly In the lines of manufacture In which
tIme Btudobnkfrra arc engaged At tho
South Bond factories theN are usu
ally 3600 hands employed but tlicie is a
constant shortage or 200 to 2W hands
dwlll to competing concerns entlcIHtf
their employes away with ofCdrs of bet
ter pay The Studcbalcors tIre very
short at present of trimmers so that I
ciniiitB are liolng sent all over to pick
up workmen In this special line where
they can bo found Mr Qulgloy Muted
his belief that the Missouri Valley
tarmorl will not bo able lo harvest
their crops owing to the shortage in
hell
I
CHIEF OF POLICE HAYES
l 1eul of KaiiMis City Vollco Force Will
Do Dismissed
Kanong dtj July Jl Thoro was t son
sntlonal turn hero today In thu police
InvlUlfnOI when Chief John Haytii
whom dov Folk recently charged with
IrreRUlarltlfis want ordered t appear bo
fore time board of polled conunJESlonirs
and annwor clirugcx of ale cornip
ion The Wm this
ton hearing bo had atter
noon
As a full of tho hearing It Is tlll
Chief Hnycca will b dlsmliwd Bonlor
Cuf i John Branham probably will b
named l acting chief until sum other
man can bo aeilnitcly determined UI >
for that lton Hayes hunt been ctner
for 10 Nlr
Tho cnucts aftalnHt him will Involve his
son a lawyer whom ho Is alleged to
h ave aided In n police court ease rime
cneo vms that of a man arrested for
rap Young 1tayom was lotnlnod by Ute
prisoner as nttonipy Ole of the plop
pal Witnesses against the prisoner was
1 police officer whom I Is alleged Chief
Hayes sent out of town to prevent ills
testifyinfr at tho trial As a result of this
act Young Hayes It will be charged
gained his suit and the defendant was dis
charged Chief Hayes denies any com
plicity In the case
I WEATHER REPORT I
Hecord at tho local office of tho United
States weather bureau for the 21 hours
endlnc nt C a m today
Temperature at 6 n m 69 degrees rtiax
Imum 9 minimum 6 mean s which
Is 4 degrees above normal
Prlclpitatlon slnco llrst of month 10
Inch which Is 8 Inch below the normal
Accumulated excess elncu Jan 1 317
Inehn
Helatjvo humidity at 6 n mi 38 per
cent
FOnGCASTS TILL 0 P M THURSDAY
Local forecast for Salt Lake City unit
v Ielnlt
Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday
with local thundershowers
Jt J uVATl
Section Director
TODAYS TKMPEllVTDIlE
eam S
Tam J
S a m J t
9itm T JW
10 n m bU
1 a m t > 1
12m 8
1 p m m
YESTI HIM YS KECOItl
Highest ill
Lowest W
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
REAtESTATI
YESTEUDAYS
Mars I Coo and husband to B IS
Johnson all of south t of lot 8
block 9 CapltIAenuoIWIUon7
Edwin II Coo to same all ot lot 7
part of lot 8 block C Capitol Ave
nun addition 1VM >
Kells J Hendrlckfcon and wife to
Ileber O Dearie lot 8 block i Itur
al subdivision 10
n
Ustato o Elizabeth Bouck deceased
to John 1 Illllcr part of lot 4
block 9 plat A 3200
J It Bonrtle and wife to Edna J
Greene lots 50 31 33 mid 3 Avon
dale park 2W
Frank J Couloton to Andrew Ham
uelson part lot 4 block 78 plat D 10
Utah Nursery to C 1 Bchottler lots
31 etc block 3 Geneva place iWJ
A H Crowther Hnrah J C Hock
ett par lot 4 block 13 plat C S
M S H Dvaiis to Alva O Knowlcs
part lot 8 hlQClv 16 pliU A 1000
Chambers Estate to Cliarloso W
Nunn part lot 7 block r plat A 7JO
A C nwliip to M A Dyo part lot
7 block IIS plat A 10
Mary F L Orooge to I Cline
part of lot 9 block 1 Hampton
subdivision 3 < XO
t
BOSTON COPPER MARKET
Balnklala SJ S ΒΌ 8V 8 > 8 saleS
80S
SOn c 2GY 26 4 2S 4 2554 sales
630ning closed 14U < flG
B Coaln 24Vi 21 Vi 2394 23 sales
ssoI 1 closed 16W
C M 4th 40 39 sails 600
Cop Range 77 7 1 76VS 76Y
pales GIG
C Ely 9W OV4 n < 9 > J sales 600
D W 1CM 15 15 15 sales 670
E n 87i 9 Si 9 sales 270
n Davis Daly 12 12 1 1 sale
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ales 1253
Nov Con closed 13014
Nov Utah 4ft 4T4i 4 ITS sales
CKS
CKSNlphslng S 8 1 Si PU calca
16
Trinity 21U Zltf 20 20 rales 945
ND 799i 7Wi 78 78 sales 989
United Copper 0th oift H 01T4
hales 75
U S B com m 48i 48 489iJ
lialetf 39
Do IM I3U 43tt 4 43 sales 60
Utah Con44V4 414 43i Hi sulet
17C9 l
m C A lCCj 156 104 161 saleS
NI3V YORK STOCKS
tooUtah Nowhouse 111 1 I5H Uli sales
Utah Copper 28 28 2S 28 sales
Tennessee Copper 37 3T1 37i 3
sales
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There is imitation but th
quality of McDonalds Dutch
Chocolates has never been
equalled I
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30 cents nnil 00 cents tlio half njitl pound
Time Extended
Until August 17
Boy Phenomenal to Remain Here
in Salt Lake and Treat All the
Sick and Afflicted Who Como
to See Him Charges Will Be
for Cost of Medicine Only to
Complete a Cure in Each
Case
Cancers tumors and gallstones re
moved without
knife No blood no
pain Hundreds or testimonials file
In office to provo tho Day Phenomen
al s healing power Ono thousand
dollars to back statements that all ten
tlmonlals and cures are genuine
Tho 1st of August was to bo the
Int Jay of tho Hoy Phenomcnals lib
oral offer to treAt the sick for a small
nominal sum of montiy But owing to
tho large crowd that wore unablo to
sco tho boy doctor tho tlmo has boon
extended until Aug 17 leen
Wo havo all along given facts
said tho great FerDon yesterday as
1
he wended his way through tho
crowds of patients of tho noy Phe
nomenal In tho Windsor hotel No
225 Main street but there still are
persons who demand that they make
good our claims
Hardly a day has passed but that
we publish tho names of mon and
women living In thli city and known
to thousands of citizens who have
been relieved and benefited by the
marvelous methods of tho
lrelols Boy Phe
nlmcnal
Hardly 1 day has passed but that
orme now evidence of tho skill of tho
Hoy Phenomenal has been made
known I seems that there Is a cer
ale class always ready to yell eel
and quack but never tako tho pains
cither to Investigate or to provo their
assertions
win Iost siooo
I stand roady with 1000 If any
ono can prove that tho testimonials
wo presont aro anything but genuine
Not only ought this to bo suftlolont to
close the yawping mouths of tho
knockers but It ought to convince
ethers that I mean business straight
honest sincere business
I stands to reason that If I pub
pul
lished fako testimonials gave also
names Inl addresses that I would
soon be found out could not tako
n chance like that And I would
not
notThe
The Groat FerDon expressed his
determination today of staying In Salt
Lako City and with the Boy Phenom
enal continue to administer to the sick
and suffering Each night sees greater
crowds at Second South and Second
West streets to learn of the wonderful
works of tho Boy Phenomenal onlerrul
tho good dono by the remedies of the
great ForDon tl0
Men and woman living In this city
for year their names and addresses
known to hundreds of persona are
praising tho Boy Phenomenal to their
filends and acquaintances and In
many Instances submitting written tes
timonials entirety without solicitation
Tho names and addresses of these
men and women have boon published
from tlmo to time These persons can
be seen nt their homes or places of
work and nro willing to tell by word
of mouth of the good done them by
tho Boy Phenomenal
All I want Is tf treatment hon
said Oct Investigation and square dOlin
irroat
PerDon
Rall lut FerDol today
rest will boar out what wo claim b 5
will set mo right In tho winds I
tain persons who doubt mlns ot cer
Faith In Hoy Phenomenal
That Hundreds of men xL
and children believe In tho and Worn0
nay
nomenal and In tho to Per Phe
evident In tho patient Ferpon I1
crowd
waite upon tho former llth
erect
These people havo faith In the lay
of tho Boy ralh Works
Phenomenal Worl
not b
Iii sas they must believe but beCua
their friends and acquaintances
rolatlve have been boncntnd and
have seen with their benellie nfl
nomonal wonderful work of tho Boy eNs Phe the
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WOOLLUV this city July io
ct
Mmicont woollcy aged 30015 1
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months tl
The funeral was held today
3 at 2 p m at the residence 53 SOoth
iitgllth West street
Olivet slret Interment In lii
It E Evaim Florist 0
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TOMORROW i
It will contain something that demands immediate
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