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r DESERET EVENING NEWS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1910
SERIOUS CHARGES
AINIST CHOATE
Is Accused of Having Betrayed
Confidence of His Clients
Jas R Watts and Wife
AND MANY OTHER OFFENSES
Linirges PrPMlitucI to Mrctlnn of
Aiiirrlnin llur Association ut
CIut t tal IIIIU Tcilll
Chuttiinoogu Tcnni Aug 31 law
yers altondlng1 the American liar uimo
clatlon imctlng here were astonished at
the publication In an ufturnoon flew >
papiT of the report that mitlonul
cJmrgcs had birun preferred inthu asoo
dalton against Jon 11 ChoitB cf Nutv
York former ambai widor to Orcut Urlt
All iigroo thut tho clmrca luive bIII
made ut Ituiat tulcu bofure III ineotIsg
ot th usfcoclatlun but most ot thu dlo
Katcs weru In Ignurtince of thulr l < it
bentutluil at todays ncKOion
CIcorKv W Chumluv uf 1UIIIItO on
the Hour of the Convention today an
niniii ej that hu had u iwtltlou to oftor
Trcildent Llbbcy replloJ that tho ptl
lion would be rvcoivml This p tltluii
which wall rt civ oil without being lead
In the convention conulnvd tno
charges against Mr Chouti prepuiiil
by Juntos H Watts of Now York City
The rlwrges have not been nrriteiitcfl
to the grievance committee In tad tho
f rlevame conunlttcv has had no mettin
here as there were no grlcvancea to
cvme fceforo them Hut two luombern
of the committee uro iirisent and they
1 have heard nothing of the alleged
t charges The inombern present aro
Krod Uhinanii of Kt Louis and aeorge
It Icek of Chicago
President Ubbry wan asktxl tonight
for stiLteniiiit III regard to tliu mutter
Ho replied
There Is no reiiBon for me dlscusKlngr
a this affair us there IH no such iiucstlou
I b < lore tho nsfoclatlon
Had tho thatgos been referred to tho
grlevnncM vommlttets no action could
havu been taken within n jvur
The charges ur that Mr Chontn hub
violated the contldence of his client
James It Watt and wlto that ho via
lafed canons of cthlc of the American
Dar aRioclatloii has been guilty of Ilv
rri and many offonneH in violation of
good morals fair dealings and hits
The Woman Alive
Inlur own best Interests as nxm
ns there la need will help her wliulc
system with the tonic nctlun of
BEECHAMS
PILLS
All women should rend Ilia special
directions with every box
Sold Crerr h r In bai lOe uul 25e
brought dUhnnnr and ll jruce upon tho
Atiivrtcun UHr association of Iho United
StutcH ut America
The first Ilnirsi him to do with tr
tnln litigation cntrutt to Mr Ohoate
and his asflstiiiitH In the firm ot Kvarls
Choalo ilonman of New York City
und In nn associate partnership with
Trcuchtell Cloveland
In 1S85 Wntts eiiipiRitl the llfn of
Bvnrtx Chouto K Hcniiian to bring Milt
lIunlmt Walter Woslon II lid Altnd
Wwton fonntr huslne ns > o < lntes tot
I SKOOOO dnmifrea Tills null wns tiled
The petition nllegoi that not long after
ward Mr Watts was In the office at i
Jlr thonto arid overheard by accident u I
converxatlon betwcon Mr Cliaite und
an attorney In which this attorney
rcpretentlng AVotton Hmtlurs cffciol
to Tremlwell Clovliind Ohontua tr nl
iittornny the sum ot J10000 to com
iromlte the ciiso > Ir Wntts now say
III his Dotltldti to tho bar association
that ho bollovos his law suit was sold
nit or thrown awn only nominal
aiiiiiKSM being granted tho rum In
act being 6 cant
Other chirgoa relate to an allexej
fronnful approprlutlon of SiLO collected
by tin llrm or Bvarts Choato lIen
> ian for M rtr James Vuttn and the
alleged wrongful retention of notes for
3000 ngnlnst col vent Parties pluce In
lie hands of Mr Chontos law firm for
olid t Ion In 1531 mid the failure of
Mr borates firm to bring Hull for S IS
COO iillegotl to havu been witingfully In
tho potosslon of AVnlter Weston In 1RS5
Mr Choitte IN ivlwo taxed with the nl >
leged fnllure or his firm to account for
about 1000 collected by a receiver for
tho sale of certain buslncsf
NO COMMENT TAOM CHOATB
HtOckbrldgo Mars AUF 31 PTiuer
Ambassador Joseph H Choato dccli neil
to day to comment on the cluirg qll
preferred against him by James R
WlttH before the American Unr associa
tion meeting
CHAKOKS NOT UNXPXTII
Nov York Aug 3t1I was known In
New York several wwks ngo that
charges ngnliiRt Joseph II Choate wcro
to be filed with the American liar osno
edition by Mr Wntts Home features
Wnttss complaint appeared In the
nowspnpcrs hare nt that time tgethfl1
with H statement by tho complainant
that ho Intended to press the matter
Watts Is a coma brokers and lives on
EUuten Island
FOR SCROFULA
S S S
NATUREs PERFECT CURE
The children ot blood tainted parentage Inherit a polluted circulation to
burden their oxistonco with disease and sullcrlag Swollen glands about
the neck weak eyes running sores and abscesses palo waxy complexions
and frail poorly developed systems aro the most usual ways in which tho
disease la manifested In somo cases the blood is so filled with the sarofu
bus germs that from birth life is made miserable with suffering while in
other cases it is hold in chock during young rigorous life but when tho
system begins to weaken especially after a spell of sickness tho ravages of
tbe disease will commence 8 S S la Naturosperfect cure for Scrofula
made entirely of healthful roots barbs aud barks a safe medicine for
young or old S 8 S goes into tho circulation and drives out all scrofu
lous matter and entirely removes tho cause It supplies tho blood with
the healthful properties it is in need of and la this way builds up weak
frail diseaseburdened persons nndmnkos them strong robust and healthy
S S 8 cures Scrofula bocauso it is the most perfect of aU blood purifiers
Book on the Blood and any medical advice free to all who write
f THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA
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4 Tho kind You Hnvo Always Bought niicl which has been
I t In Uso for over 3O years bas borne the slptmturo of
t nnd has been tnndo unilrr his per
tionnl 8iiOrlsIoti since Its infancy
u4 Allow no ono to cIecclvo you In this
All Counterfeits Imitations mHl Tustnlgotlll arc but
Experiments that trifle with and cmlniiKcr thn heixHh of
Infants and Children I2xpcricuco ujnluht Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is n harmless ptilistltiito for Castor Oil Pare
gone Drops nnd Soothing SjTups It Is Pleasant It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
xtniico Its npo Js its gunritnteo It destroys Worms
il nllnys rcvcrlshncss It euros Diarrhoea mill Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Ilntulcucy It assimilates tho Food regulates the
f Stomach mill Itowoli plvltifj healthy nnd natural sleep
Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend
CEF3U11ME CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
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The Kind You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
IHC cuuu 0 n UA eIt NCWO 01Tr
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GERMAN SOCIALIST
ATTACKS ROOSEVELT
Mcmhor of Gcrtnan IlrlcliitHK In In
lerniitloinil SiHlullit CoiiRrtwi CulN
Him 1Dlltloiil Driiiiuner
Copenhagen Aug1 31 Kormor Iresl
dent Itoosuvclt cumu III for a raking
Incidental to the dlscuaalon of unitmil
Itarlsm at todayu session of tho Inter
national Suclallnt congreiis Several
speakers turned their guns on Urn
American tlio most bitter attack be
ing made by George debour tv So
cialist member of the German reich
stag who described him OB a political
drummer
Anioni other thngg Herr Ixidcbour
said He hilLs forgotten that he ropro
Honty a democratic nation whosu oxUt
encc was due to a revolution Shame on
him for Joining tho British rulers
ugnlnst Kgyptlan patriots
On tho general subject of nntlmlll
tnrlsm FO many conflicting opinions
rtevriipofl thnt the congress was In a
constant turmoil The committee on
InUinational disarmament was unable
to agree
Mrs Jacob Wllmert Lincoln III
found her way back to perfect health
She writes I suffered with kidney
trouble and bllckllho und my appetite
was very poor nt times A tow weeks
ago I got Foley Kidney rills and gave
them a lair trial Thc gave mo
great relief no continued till now I
nm again In perfect health
tfchrnmm Tohn on Drug Co
WOODROW WILSON
ON CORPORATIONS I
They Do Xo Wrong but Inillrldiiala
Who Vfci Tlirin for ScIflMi and
Illrgltlimito l > iiriMscs 10
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Chattanooga TVnn Aug 31 Wood
row Wilson president of Princeton unl
vnrslty addressed tho American Bar
association at Its annual convention In
this city today HIs subject was Tho
Lawyer aJJd tho Community and hu
fald III part
The life of the nation does not cen
ter now upon question of government
al structure or of the distribution of
governmental powers It centers upon
economlo question questions of the
very structure and operation of society
Itsclf of which government IB only the
Incident
Lawyers have been sucked Into the
maelstrom of tho now business system
of the country That system III highly
technical and highly speclallz Law
yers therefore have become expert In
rome special technical field Society
has lost Us onetime feeling for law
as tho bmls of lu peace Its progress
tIn prosperity
Meanwhile look at what legal ques
tions are to be nettled how mupemlom
they are how farroachlng and how
Impossible It will to to fvttlo them
without the advice of learned and ex
perienced lawyer
Corporations do not do wrong Indi
viduals do wrong tho Individuals who
direct and use them for selfish and lite
gttlmato purposes to the Injury of BO
clcty and tho serIous curtailment of pil
veto rights You cannot punish cor
porations Finos fall upon tho wrong
rfOnllUpOIl tho ntockholdern and the
customers rather than upon tho rnnn
who direct tho policy of tho business
It you dissolve the offending corpora
tion you throw groat undertakings out
of sear
In respext of the reaponslbllty which
the law Imposes In order to protect no
rloty Itself It Is Imperative that wo
ohoiild regard corporations as merely
igroups of Individuals from which It
may perhaps be harder to pick out
particular persons for punishment than
It Is to pick them out of th general
body of unnssoclated men but from
which It Is not nevertheless Imposslhls
to pick them out Thorn never wan a
time when the lawyers advice was
more needed than It Is now In the exi
gent procesiws of reform of tho busy
processes of legislation through which
we are passing
F AUGUSTUS HEINZE
ANNOUNCES HIS MARRIAGE
Now York Au r 31At n dinner
given tonlRht nt the WnldorfAiiBtoila
F UKiidtim Ilelnze the millionaire
copper man announced his marring
today to Mrs Bernice Henderson nn
Brtre The engagement cnn recently
puhllnlied
Thin was tho nnnounoemont
Mr F Augustus Helnro and Mrs
Denilce Golden Henderson vero mar
neil this afternoon nt Inn home of Her
K A Handel of Ilrooklyn who for
Inn II years wan n personal friend of
Mrs Henderson Mrs Cloldcn the
brides mother gave her away and Mr
Charles Wartleld of Ilutte Mont oil
clnted a5 best man
After the wedding tho party pro
reeded In an automobile to tho Wal
dorfAstoria where a weddlnp supper
wns served Only the Immediate fami
ly and a few of Mr Holmes western
friends were present at the ceremony
Only n few hours before ho vai mar
ried the American will say tomorrow
Heinz was served with n immmonn
end complaint In H suit of Mm Lillian
Hobart French lo recover 12SOOO In
bonds which she say that Helnze RIo
to her but refused to return when the
lonncd them to him during the unlc of
1107
1107Mrs French has Icured In the new
pnperx lately anl hni1 doclar repeat
edly that she and not Mrs Henderson
would be HelnzoH bilde
CHILD DROWNED
IN ICECREAM FREEZER
St lxuln Sept 1 Drowned In an Ice
cream freezer while neighbor were
searching for him the body of 2yem
old Harry Krumrle was found In the
rear of a drug store hers last night
The freezer waR of 10gMlon rapacity
und contained but five Inches of watcr
PRESIDENT TUFT LAYS
YI M GI AI CONERSTONE
At Satan > Which Ho Announce Will
Mo ili Summer Capital lit Any
Unto for Two Vcura More
HiSverly Man Aug 31 In laying
the cornerstone of tlio now V M C
A building hero today President Tlltt
IIII lou lctd thut Uevurly would con
IlniiK to bo tfio summer capital of the
country ut any rate for two yearn
more
Molvlllo AVoodbury who presided at
the ceremonies referred to tho
pitsldcnt HU llevorlys most dlxtln
Kiilshcil aummur hoarder
Tho big block of granite mea uriM
three by four feet unit no mortar had
been up road when the president took
tin tho silver trowel Ha worked In
Bllcnre for nearly live minutes and
then with reddened face looked up
mill laughingly Inquired
AVhorea tim mason Wheres my
bona
Kveryono lauglnul and the mason
stepped forward Ho gave some direc
tion but did not otter to relieve the
chief intiKlnratti of the trowel and
Mr Taft resumed hIs job When he
had applied the last of the cement
th mason smoothed oft the edges and
the stone won lowered
Tho irretildcnt helped awing tho
granite block on tho foundation and
the crowd applauded vociferously
In hla speech Mr raft said
It Is a great pleasure for me to take
part IM the dcdluntlon of a building
which I believe sincerely will bo to
the comfort the welfare and tho
building up of good character In the
young men of Beverly I do not know
hoV If happened but It has fiitlcn to
my lot to take part In the dedication
of bulMlriKi like this tho world over
I began In Dayton Ohio I went to
Omaha and then to Seattle and then
to Slmnchil than to Hongkong and
then to Manila and now I have wune
around to Beverly and It Is evidence
of tho universal usefulness of the
Young Mens Christian attoclntlon
that It In well adnptcd to the better
mont of no different communities as
those I have mentioned It serves a
great many purposes but the one that
Impresses me ns tho moat Useful Is
tile furnishing of a Christian club to
young men at a time when the devil Is
very near and will get them If ho can
It In In their Idlo moments that they
contract the habit that lead them
downward and It Is In their leisure
that they can make their character
what It ought to be
T look forward to the usefulness of
the Young Mnnn Christian association
of Beverly with a great deal of hope
fulness with a great deal of Interest
because I hope to spend at any rate
two more of my summers here
5
WHEX Mrmrr wrvs
When the medicine you take cures
your disease tones up your system
and make you feel better stronger
and more vigorous than before That
Is what Foley Kldnoy Pills do for
you In all cases of backache heart
ache nervousness loss of appetite
sleeplessness and general weakness
that In caused by any disorder of the
kidneys or bladder SchrammJohn
son Drug Co
On a few moe days In which to
hear Ferullos Great Band at Saltalr
TWQ Grand Concerts Dally
O TT MTTyTRU ORAIX CO
Hay Grain aid Coal 110 W lit
So Bell Phone 1262 Ind 1404
Alexander Optlcil Co now 29 E 3d So
Stories of Success
II IL KOHLSAAT
It Is a far cry
0 from being a news
boy on the streets of
Chicago to owner
ship of tho great
Chicago Record
I Herald newspaper
e Shut with u deter
1 mination that would
1 not bo denied anal
3 courage beyond his
I 4 years Mr II H
I Kohlnaat pioneer In
7 the bakerylunch
business became the breadwinner of
tho family at an age when most boys
are preparing for lifes battle at
school
Perseverance resolute and deter
mined has been the guiding star In
Mr Kohlnoats career
Earnest energetic and of un
swerving Integrity ho has never de
viated from the course he believed
to bo right
Most of the worlds successful men
had to struggle In early boyhood
Nearly all of them saved their
money
No matter how little It was possible
to rave they paved that little
Tho tree of fortune takes root with
tho opening of a savings account
One dollar IK enough to start you
with this bank
Start now you will never have a
better tlmo to begin
tJTAII SAVINGS TRUST CO
235 Main Street
t In tlio Huslncss Heart
Ill write
you a check
Do you know the feeling
of satisfaction given by
the right to say these
words
The young man who is
prepared to say Ill
write you a check is
more independent than
his associates who is com
pelled to say Wait
please I forgot you when
1 was paid and my money
just trickled away from
me Likewise the young
man with the bank ac
count is more respected
and having shown better
business capacity he is
much more likely to be
given advancement
Young men who have
not yet opened a bank ac
count but who wish to do
so are invited to talk the
proposition over with one
of our officers
The National
Copper Bank
131IJ8 FOR TIMOTHY HAY ALPAL
TA AND KTltAXV
Hid will received ut the office of the
tUih Htate Pair Association 45 West
South Temple Htre t Siall Iak City for
approximately 40 tons of haled Timothy
liny 33 tons of baled Alfalfa and itO
hides of Straw to bo delivered at Ilia
State KaJr Grounds on or before Batur
day Oct let 1510 All bids will bo open
ed Saturday 5511 301 WO at noon Tbo
Artoclittlon reserves the right to reject
any rind all bId
UtAH HTATU FAIB ABSOCIATION
HORACE H ENSIGN Secretary
Aug 24 1310
NOTICE OF BTOCIUIOLUKKS
MlilJTING
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meetlnr of the stockholders lOt Utah
Products Company < a corporation Is
hereby called and will bo held at the of
fice of the company at Murray City
Utah at 2 oclock on Thursday the 15th
day of September 1910 for the purpose
of votIng on the propositions first to
amend Article t of the Articles of In
corporation by decreasing the capital
stock from two hundred thousand shares
to fifty thousand shares second to
amend Article 8 of the Articles of Incor
poration by changing the time of the an
nual meeting of tho stockholders from
tho second Tuesday In October to tho
second Tuesday In February In each year
By amendingsnld Articles 6 and 8 so that
said Articles shall read as follows or In
such other manner as may be agred up
on bY the stockholders at said meeting
towill
ARTICLE a
The limit of capital stock of said com
pany shall bo tiNY tnousand dollars
clSoOCO divided Into fifty thousand
shares of nonassessabln stock of the
par value of one dollar tlOO per share
ARTICLE 8
The annual meeting of the stockholders
shall be held at the general office of the
company at 10 oclock nm on the second
Tuesday In February of each year
And to transact such other business
as may lawfully come noforo said meet
ing
V O MILLER President
JO L nilOWN Secretary
Dated Aug 10th 1310
First publication Aug 25 1910
u
XOTICK
finecUI Stockholders Meeting of the
PARK CITY MINING AND POWER CO
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Iirk
City Mining and Power Company will ba
held at tho principal offtc of the com
pany Room X3 Sharon Ilulldlng Halt
take City on the Utli day of September
1910 at 12 oclock noon for the purpose
of considering and acting upon a propo
sition to sell the entire property and as
sets of the company and for tho trans
action of any and all business In connec
lion therewith that may properly como
before aid meeting
S W ILATTPrealllent
President
THOS H PAULL
Secretary
Aug no 1910
NOTICE TO COXTUACTOltS
The undersigned Mayor and City Coun
cil of Mitntl Sanpete County Utah will
receive bid up to 230 oclock p m Sept
5 1910 for the erection of u Public LI
brAry BuildIng
Plans and specifications may bO found
at the office of Watkins Birch archi
tects Vermont Building Salt Lake City
also at tha office of the City Recorder
ManU Utah Each bid must be accom
panied with a certified check of B per cent
of the amount thereof as a guarantee
that the accepted bidder will enter Into
contract and give an approved bond
within five days after sold work Is award
ed otherwise the amount to bll forfeited
to aid city
The said council will meet In the City
Hall at Mantl at the time and dte afore
said and publicly open and read all bids
The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids
By order of the Council
W n LomiY Mayor
pi JL lE
CHRISTEN AXELSUN
Recorder
EXECUTORS SALE
Notice Is hereby given that In pursu
ance of the plo > vlalonll of the will or
Crlsmoii deceased late of boat
Cleorgo
Lake County Utah and of the provisions
sub
of the probate code the undersigned
jest to confirmation by the Third District
sell at
trict Court of this State will
private sale to the highest bidder for
and
cash all of the right title Interest
estate of the said dcccHncd at the time
of his dnath and also all the right title
and Interest that his estate nan since
acquired In and to the following des
stock
crlbed mining claims and corporate
the Interest In each claim to be sold be
ing respectively as hereinafter set forth
10wlt
t0Tho salvation Lode Mining Claim an
undivided U interest and The Hercu es
Lode Mining Claim an undivided U In
terest both of the aforesaid claIms be
ing situated In tho Rush Valley Mining
District Tooelo County Utah
The Ruby an undivided 1M Interest
Tho Rubber an undivided 110 Interest
The Nevada an undivided 16 Interest
The Niger an undivided 15 Interest
The Ogden an undivided 14 Interest
The Mayflower an undivided 1172 In
to rest
The mack Jack an undivided 11S In
terest
The Black JRck Wedge an undivided
1E Interest
The mack Dragon an undivided 1140
Interest
The Last Chance an undivided 3V16W
Interest
All of tho claims hereinbefore last men
tinned lining situated In the Fish Springs
Mining District Utah also one thousand
shares In the Miners Dream Mining Com
pany a corporation
35 shares In Utah Mining Co a cor
poration
lOM shares In Ely Kuby 11111 Mining
Co a corporation
6000 shares in Western Pacific Mining
Co a corporation
tl6 sharen In Dora Mine a corporation
100 shares In Ada Consolidated Mining
Company a corporation
400 shares In The Alpha Gold Min
ing Company a corporation
Written bids for either any or all of
the aforesaid properties will bo received
at the office of D S Spencer Room No
104 Deseret News Uldg Salt lAke City
Utah on or before tho 10th day of Sep
tember 1910
This undersigned reserves the right to
reject any or all bids
JfAIlY L T CRI8MON
DANIEL S SPENCER
KENNETH A CRIflMON
Executors of the Will of George Crlsmon
Decnaaed
I
COAL WANTED
Th undersigned will receive bids up
to Monday Sept 12 1910 at 12 oclock
noon for furnishing coal to the public
school of Hail Lake City for tho school
year I9UMM1
rids are desired on mint slack mine
run pea and lump coal delivered at the
buildings us required
Each bidder must designate the kind
and grade of coal he proposes to furnish
Price to be per ton of two thousand
pounds
Each bidder will be required to deposit
with his bid a certified check for TOO
payable to the Board of Education
The successful bidder will be required
to enter Into contract and furnish bond
In the sum of t5OW00
The hoard reserves the right to reject
any and nil bids
UOAIID OF EDUCATION
By L P JUDD Cleric
PROBATE AJ dUAIUIANRIITP
rnonATENOTICES
NOTICES
Consult County Clerk or respective sign
ore for further Information
IN Tim DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District County of Salt
Lake State of Utah W J Burke Plain
tiff against the Crescent Manufacturing
Co n corporation Defendant Notice
Notice hearing of petition for confirma
tion of sale of assets to the creditors of
the Crescent Manufacturing Company
Please take notice that on Wednesday
the 4th day of August A D 1910 at the
hour of 10 oclock am thereof before
the Honorable George O Armstrong
Judge of said Court at his Court room
In the City and County Building In Salt
Lake City Utah the hearing of the petI
tion for confirmation of the sale of as
sets wll ba had
Tours very truly
J J SNIDER Receiver
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preserves and beautifies the
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17m MARK OPAGtIAPAT
Bar Pins
In goht silver and platinum set
wltli semiprecious or precious
stones are tho lending jewelry
stlo this year
Our atock Includes tho moder
ate priced ones BH well mr tho
delicately designed expensive
platinum pieces If you see thorn
you will want one Come and
look
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Utah and Wyoming
Coal
Exclusive Agent
KEMMEHEn dUNN
QUEALY ROCK SPRINGS
Coal Then you want It
Office 160 Be Main Street
Yards 8th So and 2nd West
P J MORAN General Manager
T J OBHIKN Qcnl Sales Act
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for men and wo
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Installment Co
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Our superior products of
laundering treated by our
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out In every particular hence
QUALITY shown
TROY LAUNDRY
THE LAUNDRY OF QUAUTT
Sloth FhonM IM IM MAIN HT
au
Scorching Summer Days
Will Dave Ne Terror
if youll keep pure cool air circu
lating continually in your office
and in your home by means of
An Electric Fan
They are made in types and sizes
to suit every requirement of the
business office factory or the home
desk bracket oscillating ceil
ing exhaust Tho first cost is
moderate and the operating ex
pense very small
UTAH LIGHT
RAILWAY CO
Electricity for Everything
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Better broad at
bettor biscuits
bettor pastries
when White t
Fawn Flour is
used
ASK YOUR GROCER 6
Denver Rio Grande R R
TIME TAllER
in Krrect June mh 1910
DEPART UA1LV
Provo Jluntl mid ilary vnle 7JO ROI
Illnglmm anti Mlilvale Sfw nm
Denver Chicago triad yHt 810 am
1ark City 8J am
Ogden uixl Inlerincdliite Iohiti 1025 am
Oftdcn and Hun KrancUcu 145 pm
Ogden Han FrnnuUco und Port
land 115 pm
Ogden tinn Krunclnco and Port
land 260 pm
Mlc1vnle and nlnElmm 260 pm f
Denver Chicago und Hunt 40u pm
Irovo Tlntlo and Intermediate
Points BC pm
OKtlcn luiil Intermedia Points 610 pm
Denver Chicago and Ka > t 110 pm
Urund Junction and Intermediate
points 73 > pm t
Ogden Han Krtmclsco and Port
land 1150 pm i
ARIUVH DAILY
Ogden Ban FrancIsco and Port
Ogden land anti Intermediate Point 1000 800 am nm m a
Provo Tlntlo ann Intermediate I
Point I
I03 am
ninRlmm mid Mltlvnle 1050am
Denver Chicago mid last 130 pm i
Ogden and Intermediate Point US pm
Denver Clilcngo und Kast IM pm
Urund Junction and Intcrmcd
uta points 230 pm
Ogdun and Ban Prnnclaco 313 pm
Park CIty 600 i ra
lllliKham anti Mldvale 141 om
Irovo Mantl Marysvule hIther 601 pm
Ogden San Francisco and Iort
land I 700 pm
Denver Chicago and Rest II i5 pm
Ugden Han Iranclsco and Tort
land 710 pm I
National Bank of the Republic
U 8 DEPOSITORY
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A MURRAY Vie PnxddMit
W F EARL Ctuihl r
K A CULBKRT60NAMt CashIer
Optuu and Surplus Mt6oo8o
A thoroughly modern Mvfaira de
pitrtrovnt conducted la eoitnnctlon I
with this bank Safety deposit bot
for vant
McCornick Co l
BANKERS I
SALT LAKE crrTurH i
Established im
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Continental National Bank I i
Capital 25000000
Every branch of a modern bnnU 1
J E Coegrlff Prcs W T Xobll I
VleoPres T IV Iloycr Cashier I
The Utah National Bank i
SALT LAKE CITY
Capital and Surplus IMOOMot l
Accounts of Banks Corporations
Firms and Indlvdusjs Invited 4 per
coat on Sayings Deposits
W S MeCornlclt Prest R T Dad I
5cr Cashier T R Cutler VIes
Prrrti C II Wells Aest Casftlar I
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Deseret National t
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Bank
Salt Lake City Utah j
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY J
Capital 50000000 1
Surplus 50000000 1
OFFICHHS
L S HILLS President
JOHN C CUTLUn Vice President
II a ONO Cashier
K 8 IIIIIS Asit Cashier
L W BUIITON AM Cashier
DIRECTORS
John n Barnes W W ruler
A W Oirl on feorffe Rorar y
John C Cutler Heed Sraoot
David Hecles John C Sharp
U B Hills II O Whltner
W II McIntyre It D 11111
I Francis M Lyman
Safety Ir > o lt flexes for Rent
TIE DESERET SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS
W W Rlter President Gears
Romney Vice Iresldont Kllai A
Smith Cnshlcr L H Hills John R
Barnes John C Cutler Davie Eo
olos A W Carlson Ceo BuUxr
lanrt Reed f nt w f James C W
Nlbley A Ivlns
4 per cent I > > nit pUll cm savings
R G Dun Co
an OFFICES
The Mercantile Agency i
George Rust General Maaepr J IIII I
Nevada Utah sad W3rti
OC5e In Procrms lldg 8at Ja
City Utah
Merchants Bank
277 MAIN
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H P CLARK Pru6 alt
JOHN J DALT Vice PnxsMvnt
A H PEA BODY Vice PT sla nt
W H SHSARKAN Cuhl t
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Utah Comracrcla
Savings Bank J
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WM F ARMSTROeOP4tnt
BYRON QROO 0MWac
Commercial Banking lo all tu
nrncb Four per cent Interest pM
on savIngs deposits
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
I The State Bank
HH = = of Utah
HALT UAKE ClTf UTAH
B tabllsh d In taO
Solicits account of Bonks Mnni
and Individuals and extend to cus
tomers every ruuMoaM eourteir
and facility
JOSEPH F RMITJIrr14ent
ANTHON II LUNDVie President
H J ORANTVlce President
CHARLES 8 DURTONCamlr
H T MePWANAnt Cishter
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