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TntTBSOAT May 2 1890
Advertisements In this column 50centsper
Jlneeaoh insertion
The bath orzruesss on Salt Lakes popula
tion for AYJilch Tlie Herald offers a SLOG prize
received l > j tbc efiuens bureau yesterday shows
highest from 3oua 125006
Lowest from Moroni 31160
LADIES call at Hardy Young Cos and see
the Jlnc line of slippers cheap
DOXT fail to notice the advertisement of
cheap real estate in Cache valley
Brr your wines and liquors of the Bodega
fnnUy wine house 1U Conmercial street
WELLS FHGO Cos sbJDracnts yesterday
4U were Ore 50tt bullion 55400 Total 12
YOTJKG housekeepers attention Culmer
Bras are selling framed mirrors at cost of glass
only Bargains
1 McCORNiCK S Cos shipments yesterday
Hanauer bullion 3iSXj silver and lead ores
83J803 Total WittXl
TAKE your savings to the State Bank of
Utah and get 5 per cent per annum interest
I compounded quarterly
LADIES X2 shoes worth 8250 schocl shoes
8100 stylish an1 bold James Means S3 shoes
I at Spencer and KimbaUs 100 Main street
FIRST South street will be sprinkled to Thirs
tcentU East str cut ana South Temple east to N
street und thenc o north to the city cemetery oa
D ecoration day
Ion help wantc1 situations wanted rents
tor Kile IOST round eta see THE KUHALDS
special column inside age Employment ad
vertisements trce
i Tir anniversary of the birthday of the late
I Prcfciacnt Biigiiam Young occurs on Sunday
The day will l > celebrated by the Primary asso
I ciation with picnic
THE Dcscrct Shooting club will have their
bimr ntCv shooting match at Becks hot
bpn ts Frllay May 30 at 9 oclock sharp AU
shooters and lovers of this sport are inviiou
THERE arc messages at the Western Union
telegraph office for William A Myle J F
Mansfield DrTodd Mrs C H Lewis and Mr
a H Lewis G T Russell and John H Ledger
THE executive committee of the Democratic
club is out with an earnest request that all
Democratswill seeto It that their names are on
the registration list The house to house visits
will close this week and many Democrats have
not been registered
THE Deseret Telegraph company announce
the following reductions in tariffs to take effect
L on June 1 From Salt Lake to Logan Collln
ston and Mendon i cents from Logan to
Ogden 2 5 cents rn Kaysville 30 cents to
Woods Cross SO cents Syracuse 3 cents
I DR J J WEST the muchly married pill
roller was broughtdown from the penitentiary
j for trial yesterday but his case was not reached
I The doctor was taken for a spin around town
and during his ramble purchased a supply of
jews harps with which to while away the lonely
hours of his confinement
days temperture is as follows At 3 amSalt
Lake city CO helena 42 Fort Custer Jl Fort
AVashakle SO Rawllns 44 At 1 amSalt
Lake city 03 Ogden 79 Stockton 50 Blng
hum Logan Sif 01 Park city 05 Provo 72 Alta 3
JOHN MORRISSEY of Bingham was arrested
by Deputy Marshal Doyle yesterday on the
cuarge of attempting to rape a eleven year old
gui named McGee He was taken before Com
missioner Greeaman who set the examination
Ic r this afternoon and the defendant was re
leased upon giving a bond In the sum of 82UX
NEXT Tuesday there will be two match races
at the driving parlc between Starbucks Lady
May and A b Kendalls Kelly K This race
will be for a purse ot SlOOo Tho other will be
for a pure of 10 between Starbucks Big John
and t L Cliffs horse Busby In addition to
these there will probably be one or more trot
ling or running races
F N T7KAHB has received a pair of chamber
spaniels from Ottawa Canada They are very
rare and are the greatest retrievers ever pro
oucoU excelling the famous Chesapeake bay
dog They are pun white with lemon cars the
hair growing rather long Mr Urlaub Is going
to u = e them hunting on Spring lake which is
the best duel pond in the west Tnese prize
dogs cost their owner f 10
THE Salt Lake cricketers were at Washing
ton = quaic yesterday afternoon practicing and
gettaig the grounds ready for the contest with
me Cot nIe cleea on Miy 3D The game will
be called at 1 am and tne home team will be
composed of the following players J M
Jtobmson A I Mitchell It let W Fidkin
K Wheeler S Pots A Brown W A Card
well G Hazeldine T Oakcy IL McEwan
P Booth M S Morris
MANY gentleman 4n this city have recently
secured some fine specimens of blooded flogs
and the canine fanciers should have 1 oppor
tunity to esnibit their pets at the Deeret tall
A bench show would be a feature that would at
tract all the dog fanciers of the intermountain
country The bench show at the tristate fair
at Toledo was more extensively advertised
abroad than any other feature and the popu
larity of the Mew York bench shows shows
that the dog islnot without his friends
AXT one interested in the sick benefit funeral
aid and death beneficiary associations of the
United States can help make fhe statistics of
their organizations for the forthcoming census
mol complete and disseminate the knowledge
of the good work they are doing by sending the
names of such societies as they may know of
and the addresses of their principal officers to
Jtfr Charles A Jeaney special agent of the
eleventh census 53 William street New York
COMPLAINTS about the way the sprinkling of
the city is attended to in the outer districts arc
pouring Into Tim HERALD office thick and fast
Residents on Sixth South say the carts go up
one side of the street and down the other lea
lag a great gap of dust between twice as large
as the sprinkled space on Fifth East between
Sixth and Ninth South the complaint comes
that the carts visited them once a week ago and
that they were out that way again on Tuesday
but only sprinkled on one side of the road A
gentleman who has paid his sprinkling tax I
without getting any Benefit from it savs he
went to the city hal to protest but said none of
the officials would need him saying it was a
matter the mayor alone could attend to Mayor
Parsons will you attend t i
THE J B MoKean post will turn out and do
bonor to Memorial day There will also bo in
line the Sons of Veterans the Uniform Rank
of Odd Fellows the Womans Relief Corps
and probably the Denhalter Rifles They vill
leave the G A Rball at 0 a m and proceed to
Fort Douglas there t be met by Colonel Blunt
and troops From the fort they will proceed to
the military cemetery at which place will be
held the usual ceremonies and a salvo by the
battery Returning to the fort appropriate
music will be furnished by the Sixth Infantry
band The oration will be delivered by Colonel
Robertson of the Utah commission Aqua
ete under the leadership of F M Bishop
will render appropriate selections and Pos
Chaplain C L Libby will offer the prayer They
then proceed to Mount Olivet where the dedica
tion of the Maxwell monument will take place
invites all his old customers and the pub
lie BeneralV t cal and examine his fine
stock of furniture carpets linoleum baby
carriages refrigerators ete at his show
rooms in Calders music palace 45 W First
South street Telephone 21 S
Mr Halton artist at the ttxsatro cse
cutes orders for scenery forthcrtrct
The best in town Everybody vrill drin
it Watch our window Will star
shortly Jonssox PKATT Co 4S 1ain1
Real Estate Call Board
George A Mears offered 23 > xl63 feet
on South Temple street between West
Temple and First West street at 554250
per foot
A I D erge supplied the only want
Silver Meeting Tohbt
The silver meeting under the auspices of
the chamber of commerce will meet at the
federal court room tonight when the
friends of home production are expected to
show their colors As the
pending legisla
tion on the silver question will have a great
bearing on the prosperity of this territory
it is sincerely hoped that the business men
will not fail to attend
Utah State Banks Ms Buy
Among the transfers of today appears
the purchase of 135x105 feet lot 1 block
75 plat A by the State Bank of Utah
from the Salt Lake gas company the con
sideration being 40000
Are the Laundries to Combine
jSurt Burgert the man who effected a
combine of live of the leading laundries of
Toledo 0 is in the city and may try his
hand at a like scheme in this city By the
consolidation fort fve hands do tho work
that on the independent plan required
eignt three The exact figures are as
follows Toledo steam employed 25 tne
Pearl 23 the Buckeye 10 the Palace 1
and the Enterprise Sin all S3 The num
ber of hands now required to do the same
work is fort 1e
Salt Lake City Clearing House
Yesterdays clearings 324671 cash ba
ances 194793
The Transfers Made Yesterday
A J Hohnberg and wife to B Roberts
southeast quarter of section 25 town
ship 1 north range 1 Cstn 31000
J K Shaw and wife to L H Woodman
see all of lots 1 to 4 block Eat Morn
ingMo subdivision u 1000
J 1C Shaw and wife to J H Brown all
of lots > to 8 block I East Mornlngbide
subdivision u 1600
N C SorenSen ekal to 1 Nelson 3x10
rods lot C block 6 plat B 1800
L B Coates et n1 tb R S Briscoe all of
lot 1 block 3 Buena Vista 10 I
Z Bishop to T K Stevens 3x10 rods lot
4 block plat Dn 4800
W L Gibby et al to S E Bourr all of
lots 12 55 und 51 block 2 South Salt
Lake Salt20
M Woolf to G Ryan northeast quarter
of section 2 township r south rango 1
cast 3000
W R Collins et al to Eliza 1 Snell
hal of lots 14 to 10 block 1 Lako View 1
subdivision aw
W D Parry to G r Wilson all of lots
2U to 33 block 3 Ontario subdivision 923
J Squires and wife to H Keiser et at 9x
2 rods lot 6 block 34 plat F 100
H J Faust jr et al to S B Young jr c
all lot 4 block2 Dundee Place 2
J Moxfield et al to R Moxfleld south
east quarter section 2 township 2
south range 1 east 3
R Moxfleld et al to G T Odell southeast
quarter na n section 27 township 2 south 2n
L F Kullak to P P Pratt jr all lots Z
to 2 block 2 Archer Kullak subdi
vision 200
Salt Lake City Gas company to the State
Bank of Utah 13bxl65 feet lot 1 block
75 plat A 40000
J W Beatle et al to the State Bank of
Utah 10x20 rods lot 1 block 75 plat A 8000
Mary E Croxall et al to the State Bank
of Utah lOxSO rods lot 1 block7j plat A 8000
E Brain and wife to Mary B Brain 7x3
rods lot 2 block 39 plat D 1
F G Biglow and wife to J Wade blocks
3 and 4 section 9 township 1 south
range 1 eastu h 32195
Total S
Real estate and financial agents basement
Walker house Sole agents for nonresi
dents Business and acre property cheaper
than can be had clsowhere Call and see
us before buying
By the Midland Investment Company 177
Main Street
5 lots in Inglewood 165x160 fe t half
cash 2500
Corner 6tli B and 2d S lOl xllSJ feet
house S 20000
Corner 4th E and 2d S x7Xrods fine
house 25000
per Corner foot 4th W and 2 < S 165x99 f et 225
20 acres in blocks 6 and 7 fiveacre plat
C 15000 I
240 acres within the city limits See this I
Nothing like it on the market
Dinwcodey has a large stock of linoleum
at Calders ffissio store
Light flannel suiting for the seashore at
Geo W Eigolhardts70 W Second South
Bids will be received by the undersigned
until the lh day of June 1890 at the bank
of McCornick < 5 = Co for the purchase of
blocks 1 to 10 inclusive excepting block S
of the Warm springs subdivision in North
Salt Lake The said blocks containing
exclusive of streets about twentyfive
acres in all also the waters of the hot sul
phur springs near the premises and the
right to convey the waters across other
lands The whole to be sold as one prop
erty Terms onethird cash balance on
mortgage payable in one and two years
interest S per cent per annum Maps can
be seen and full details ascertained at the
office of Simon Bamberger No 120 Alain
street The Company reserves the right
to reject any and all bids
JosiAn BAJINETT Secretary
Lots in South Lawn at old prices
Brighton is now virtualy the only suburb
that Salt Lake city bas Edwin W Sen
The boom has struck Manti and now is
the time to secure business property be
fore prices are high Apply t
LNo 40 Centre street Provo Utah
South Lawn Burton Groesbeck Co
agents t
Real Estate Central Park lots a specialty
GO West Second South street Salt Lake
Utah S
city Uth
Bathing suits 1 bathing suits i Our line
of bathing suits for ladies and gentlemen is
the finest i the city
S 142 Main street
John C Cutler Bro agents Provo
Deseret Woolen mills have removed tern
porarily to No 78 West First South street
cast of Herald building
All kinds of woolen goods Gents suits
made t order from our celebrated cassi
meres spring styles just received from the
mills S
Knudson Brothers Gold silver and
nickel plating by the dynamo process
Watches jewelry etc replated and re
paired Manufacturers of seal presses steel
and rubber stamps Factory 61 E Third
Summer coats and vests We are show
ing the largest line in fancy flannel
mohair alpaca cashmere pongee silk
blue and white sQrfo coats and vests
BvsTMinsuAJL MEl Co
t 143 Main street
South Lawn is on the Rapid Transit t
West side rapid transit company buids
to Brighton in ninety days Edwin W
I F < U Sfj504
You can get a gents suit mado t order
I from our ccleorateil homemade cassimer
I at Jonx C CUTEK Bro No 7S W
First South street
I Peterson Brown signs scenery etc
G W 1st South SL
Pongee silk surah silk in all shades and
I silk mixed negligee shirts in stock or to
I order Leave your orders early with
I BsTMutsuAxi MEn CO
I 142 Main St
Have your silfcacd alpaca ulsters made i
by Alfred H Cohn the ladies tailor 83 J3
Second South S
Lowest prices in summer shoes and slip
pers Opposite Salt Lake theatre Look
for name and number
We are sole Cent for this butter and
we guarantee if to be the best in the mar I
ket Try it
Sole Agents Ogden Creamery Butter
Just arrived fine line summer suitings
Geo W Engeihardt 70 W Second South
Car screen doors at bedrock prices at
Angel Bros
Dr Hand the great medical electrician
located at 253 South West Temple street
without doubt a medical electrician in
every sense of the word The doctors I
mode of the administration of electricity is I
different to any that has over been intro
duced in the intermountain country and
as Dr Haud is curing thousands of so
ale < incurables with electricity alone
something thai has never been done in this
country before i is an evident fact that
h thoroughly understands the therapeutic
use of electricity in all its branches Dr
Hand chares you nothing for his services
until after you are cured and no cure no
Sorenson Carlquist have jus treceived
a car load of elegant refrigerators and in
vite the public t call and examine goods
Illustrated catalogue and lowest prices
Visit the wine vaults of Summit vine
yard 213 Main
I want to make known what Dr David
Kennedys Favorite Remedy has done for
me I was taken sick one year ago with
hat one doctor said was overflow of the
gal and another ulcers of the liver
They thought I could not live My
mother persuaded me to try Favorite Rem
edy and 1 did My health was never bet
tee than i is today and my weight is 140
pounds Favorite Remedy saved my life
ana I cannot praise it enough
For sale by Z C M I drug deparment
pay highest price for hay grain and pro
duce Goods delivered promptly at lowest
prices and satisfaction guaranteed No 50
W First South J
We make a specialty of custommade
shirt of every description guaranteed
W Ud Main S t
Free carriages will be in waiting to
convoy you ta any part of Brighton i you
take the 1 oclock train on the Utah
Nevada Railway Edwin W Senior
We have a firstclass rock quarry to
lease from which shipments are now being
made Lease will include derricks and all
necessary mae inery Ouarry in excellent
condition and the market for rock first
class For full particulars apply to J Bol
ton Co room ii D aft building
Depot Summit vineyard Napa county
Cal 213 Main
Dining room and kitchen refrigerators
atDinvoodey in Calders music store
The regular meeting of the Bricklayers
and Masons International Union No 1 of
Utah will be held Saturday May 31 ISO
at 3 p m in the K of P hall
By order of tho board of directors
Lots in Brighton can be had for a short
time in installments of 51 11 per week or
S3 per month watch Brighton Edwin
W Senior J
Look out for South Lawn i
Popular styles in hats bonnets toques
flowers ribbons etc New goods con
stantly arriving
Families supplied with old California
wines 213 Main
S F Ball Co opposite Z C M I We
have lately added our establishment an
exhaust fan which is constantly running
The result is ourdinihg room is delightfully
cool and pleasanta Our lunch ffom 12 to 4
p m and short order is pronounced first
class We also have all kinds of cakes
pastry milk bread New England home
made Boston brown graham bread cand
ies cream soda i0 cream in any quantity
Fresh cream
Look at Central Park State road and
Thirteenth South 5
Dinwoodey is in Calders music store with
u very fine line oftbaby carriages
The free drawing for lots in Brighton is
postponed to June 10th Tickets can be had
gratis by calling at our office in Brighton
Edwin W Senior
Depot Summit vineyard Napa county
Cal 213 Main
Lace House
this ween
Will be offered extra
values in the following goods
Hosiery Department
Ladies Crescent Black 333 and 50c
Childrens < 25 and 33c I
Glove Dept
5button scalloped top ic
S inch pure silk Mitts 25c
8inch Suede Gloves 100
Underwear Dept
Ladies Ribbed Vests 25c
Ladies fancy SUe
We do not keep low grade
goods as other houses but
do have better values at
corresponding prices t
Brighton Brighton Brighton Brighton
Brighton Senior Brighton Brighton Edwin W
Full line imported fancy flannel just re
ceived at
Solo agents No 175 and 177
S Main street
Visit the wine vaults or Summit vine
yard I 213 Main
We have tho sole agency for tho
Brooklyn Knitting Cos bathing suits
blouses and lawn tennis shirts they are
the finest and most durable in the market
142 Main street
Madame Bradleys dressmaking parlors
83 Canon road Salt Lake city
See Peterson Brown for signs
Under McCornicks bank Long resi
dence in Salt Lake A number of desirable
properties for sale See mine
Our street car line is now being built
and is to be finished in 90 days wxJ there
fore offer to the public lots in this growing
suburb Brighton for a limited time only
in installments of 1 per week or 5 per
month without interest We will give
to every buyer of lots in Brigton a written
guarantee that this car line shall be in full
operation on or before the first day of De
cember or to refund all money paid us with
interest Our main offices are located at
Brighton where you will find courteous
clerks to show you all over the grounds
The train leaves the Utah Nevada vail
way every day at 1 oclock p m for Brigh
ton returning to Salt Lake city at 4
oclock Fare for the round trip 15 cents
Branch office at 47 and 43 Culmer block
where full particulars can be had on ap
plication EDWIN W SENIOR
Have the largest and best selected stock of
pianos and organs in Utah Prices low
Wo have just received twentyfive hunr
dred different pieces of new and popula3
sheet music which we will sell at 15 cent
per copy Call and seo us at 32 Main street
Get your signs of Peterson Brown 63
W 1st South St
Of the various BaMag Powders as
show actual tests by late
U8 S Government Chemist
Prof E G Love
Cubic Inches
NAME Leavening Gas per Or
ROYAL Absolutely pure 1274 I
Rtunfords Phosphate when fresh 1225 J
Riimfords Phosphate old 327
Hanfords None Such when fresh 1216
HanfordsMone Such not fresh 8435
Charm Alum Powder 1169
Clevelands 1108
Sea Foam 1079
Czar 1088
Dr Prices 1026
Snow Flake Groffs St Paul 1O188
Lewiss Condensed 982
Congress Yeast 975
Pearl 932
C E Andrews Cos contains alum 7817
Heckers 925
Gillets 842
Government Ciiesuists9 Reports
C The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and whole
some ingredients It does not contain either alum or phosphates
or other injurious substances EDWARD G LOVE Ph Dn
The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and
most reliable baking powder offered to the public
h The Royal Baking Powder is purest i quality and highest
i strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge
War McMuRTRiE Ph D
All Alum Baking Powders no matter how high then
strength are to be avoided a dangerous Phosphate and
tartaric acid powders liberate their gas too freely or under
climatic changes suffer deterioration I
Leaving May 31 Fares lower than ever
Tickets good for six months For full par
ticulars apply or write to W C Spence or
W A Rossiter Box B Salt Lake city
Gentlemen who have following books
from my office will please return them at
once and oblige War McKAT
Bishops Grim Pro volume 1
Cooleys Blackstone volume 1
High on Receivers 1 volume
Bliss on Code Pleading 1 volume
Perry on Trusts 2 volumes
Call and see our list before you buy Its
A 1 for business residence and acreage
for platting No 62 south Main Street
Keepjyour eye on South Lawn t
The best housekeeper knows that
the cleanest and most economical
fuel she can find in this market
is the genuine Weber coal I
does not make the amount of soot that
other coals do which is a great convenience
coas geat
venience and saves t the clean housewife
a wonderful lot of annoyance it retains heat
longer than any other semibituminous
coal sold in Salt Lake It is a home product
therefore for these and many other rea
sons it should be used by all The Home
Coal company are the proprietors and
operators of the mines at Coalvilie and
keep constantly on hand a supply in this
city Dont forget their new quarters in
the elegant building of the Utah Commer
mercial and Savings hank No 22 East
First South street
The Deseret Savings Bank
The attention of those desiring t open
savings accounts is called to the Deseret
Savings Bank which allows interest on do
posits at the rate of 5 per cent per annum
compounded quarterly Money to loan on
approved real estate security Its officers
are as follows
JOHN SIP President
E A SMITH Cashier
I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm on my
son for rheumatism He had been unable
to work for over twelve months and was
unable to walk to school until after I used
the Pain Balm on him He has since been
walking one and a half miles and back to
school every day for about two months
11 D Pusser merchant Gibraltar Union
county N C
For sale by drug department Z C M I
That many diseases prevail in the spring
and summer Head them off by taking
Garfield Tea Z C M L drug depart
ment Samples free
Leave orders for the Salt Lake City
Brewing companys lager beer at the fol
lowing places Wilson Sc Busbys Delmon
ico bar Nos 55 and 57 East Second South
St P T Nystroms corner Commercial
and First South Sts and Fountain beer
WE havo the sole agency for the Miller
and Christy derby hats They havo no
142 Main Street
Easter via U P R R 21 am 710al
Easter via R G W655 pm 93am
Easter through pouch
DenverandAspen740am 60pm
Wester 103 am 900pm
am 710 nm
103 am am
Ogden 00 pm
O den 70pm 60pm
Nor and Northwest 70 pm 40 pm
Park nm 110am
Cty lC3 ar 71t am
Park City 40 am
pm 610 nm
Souter 5 pm 61 am
Southern closed pouch Mi
for rco and beyond 1010 am 25pm
Bngham CaSon and Vest
Jordan 4 20 pm 64 am
Tooele County 345 pm 710 am
Alta and Wasatch6SOnm 610am
General Delivery 80 am to o pm
Carriers Window u 60 pm to 70 pm
SundayandholdayhoursI2o m to 10 pm
It i foolish to save the little that Sozo
dont costs and suffer what will result in
bad teath and large payments to dentists
Place a bottle of it on the toilet use live
drops only of it after eating cleanse the
mouth and show your wisdom
3x10 rods East Brigham street between
Eighth and Ninth Five room house No
802 barn fruit and city water Inquire
of owner room 4 Valley house cottage
50000 firstclass red front 100000 second
class red front and 50000 common brick
for sale at the old reliable red brick yard
East Bountiful by James Green
South Lawn is within quick reach f
Wanted to know the whereabouts of Nel
Johnson A I Svanson and Johanes Svan
son who emigrated from Malma Sweden
to Utah about twentyfive years ago Ad
dress Advertiser Herald office
Dinwoodey has come to the front again
with quite an assortment of furniture and
carpets in Calders music store
carpet Caders l
Dont forget that we have removed to 57
East Second South St
Arcade restaurant 11 30 till 2 daily
Drs Whitney and Buchers dental parlors
lors next to Cullen hotel
Pongee silk mohair linen flannel and
various other kinds at
142 Main St
l V propositions Irom land owners for about
one hundred acres of land with sufficient water
right on which we will build our packing house
cold storage plant and stock yards costing
about 5150000 Any land offered must be access
ble by railroad switch Propositions must be i
writing and will bo received up to June I 18
33 West First South street
SALT LAKE Crrr Utah May 31890
And are now in operation and ready to receive
your orders Patronize n Home Industry
Lithographers BlaDkuook Maters Printers and General Stationers
Elegant Work at Reasonable Prices
WT VST VAWf OXX333PS ivrcaxasatser
No 11 W First South Street
55 Main 81 AT THE AS O GNEE SALE 65 Main 81
Our entire stock of 10000 pieces every shade every width from the narrowest to the SPE Our entire line of Trimmed Millinery and Shapes consists as follows Bonnets Flats
widest Sash Ribbon Gros Grain MoirelB Plain with Plique and Satin Edge Faile Francaise I AL Rocklands Queen of Sharon Caesar Marie Antoinette Genosee La Franedieres Ashlanders and
Satin Velvet We can positively show you the most enormous stock that ever was put on sale I OF the very latest Gondoliers Hats trimmed in Gauze and Flowers in Tips Plumes and Ribbon
before All to go and Trimmed in every style At this special sale to be sold
At OCets oiatiI l Dota Millinery and Ribbons At SO Cents 00 the X > o10LS
55 Main Street I At the Assignee Sale of the Bernheimer Levy Stock i 55 Main Street i <
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Crystal Ice Cream and Cheese
Factory Wants t Locate
Letter from President Lett t the Real Estate
eSnlt Lake to Have I Writeup
in the New York Word
Secretary Gillespie is receiving a heavy
the advertisements run
mail in response to advertisement
ning in the eastern papers
One of these came from a capitalist who
is anxious to secure gypsum property for
the manufacture of a line of plaster of
paris that is extensively used in the new
plaster > for buildings I the gypsum land
can be Imd at reasonable figures the party
promises to Invest 15000 capital and give
employment to from twentyfive to forty
A more important inquiry comes from an
astern syndicate that is establishing crys
tal ice plants throughout the country Hay
ing read the article which appeared in
THE HniiALi > about the scarcity and high
price of ice in this market they
were induced to write Mr Gillespie
for the full particulars of the situation
The crystal or artificial ico is made of condensed
II densed steam giving a product that is
chemical pure which can be manufac
tured at a cost Hto less than the price of I
cutting nnd storing natural ice The same I
parties also propose to start in connection
with their icu plant a cream and cheese
factory and to make io cream ices and al
ht other products of cream and ice In
connection with the above they desire to
operate a cold storajro house The com I
ination is certainly a good one and would
md Salt Lake one 01 the best places in the
country for suck an enterprise
Stranger at Exchange
Some of our enterprising real estate men
were noticed yesterday on the streets with
a Mr Moose wending their way towards
the real estate rorchange The gentlemen
were very demonstrative in their anxiety
to instil in Mr Moose the prospects of
largo returns C investments made within
he next few days The judgment and
ability of the gentlemen having charge of
the stranger is believed t have been sufi
ient to induce him to do the handsome
thing for Salt Lake Great credit is due
to the three real estate men referred to
When opposite one of the prominent sa
loons on Second South Mr Moosfe made a I
bee line for refreshments but one of the
three known for his high moral standing
in the community protested and Mr
Moose was steered direct to the real estate
exchange rooms Mr Moose will be res
ent on call today at 11 30 and will be glad
to meet all the real estate fraternity and no
doubt make known some of his wants
Letter from President Lett
DBXVEH May 201S90
Gentlemen of the Salt Lake Real Estate Ex
I have been doing much talking here for
our Salt Lake city The health o my
daughter las precluded me doing what I
hope to do before my return
There is but one opinion in regard to Salt
Lakes possibilities vet almost invariably
when J talk folks will say How about
Ogden l I think we should have a special
telegram every few days with something
about Salt Lake mentioning new hotels
progress of street car lines city hal court
house everything that transpires As it
s we scarcely ceo tie name of Salt Lake
Speak of the lak excursions You cannot
be at a loss to motion something
We have n more lively exchange than
Denver though they are trying to add to
their interest
Wishing the exchange great success as
well as every individual member and
hoping to be with you soon I am a believer
in Zion Yours H C LETT
Real Estate Notes
The silver meeting at the federal court
on Monday night should not be forgotten
The building known as Morgans college
eastof Tan HEKVLD is beinir torn down to
make room ior a modern business struc
Some enterprising men propose to meet
a long felt want by opening a beer gar
den here and have invested o003 in Titling
up the grounds nartu of Grant Bros sta
bles They expect to open tomorrow
Mr Baon representing the New York
nOd yesterday received a t JGO check
from memb rd ol the roal estate exchange
for a column writeup He leaves today
for Colorado Springs and will return to
thccity in August Mr Bacon made moro
friends than monej and ttcy will anxiously
await his return
The Salt Lake Stock exchange wijl be
opened on WctJnedsij next with grand
banquet Already the stock of a large
number of mining and other corporations
has been listed and the success of the ex
change seems assured Its inauguration
rill give a HOW mpetrs to mining in tlis
section and will aid tuvatly in the develop
ment of the mining industry
I Tre Suit Lake Lithographic and Publish
lug company the first of its kind ever I
known in Salt Lake announces in todays
lERAin thatit is ready for business As j I
it numbers among its stockholders many
of the bankers and several business men of
the town it starts out with an assured
patronage I employs ten or twelve men
three of whom are artists and the presses
are at work in the Jennings building
formerly where the located Z C M 1 shoe factory a I
The Finest Ever Witnessed in
This 01 Any Other Country
The Fourth of July Committees Bent on Giving
the Greatest Show SEen
on Earth
iA blazo of glory is tame feeble and inef
fectual in describing the matchless splendor of
the constellations of pyrotechnics that are to
be let loose in this city on the Fourth of July
Several of tin set pieces will be a carnival in
themselves and contain enough powder to blow
up a smallsized city should it have the pre
sumption to get in their path across tho
The streets will be arched with rainbows of
red light while the mountain peaks will vomit
forth great streams of volcanic are
This is not bombast but a lame description
of what will actually be seen in this city on
Independence day
At the meeting of tho Fourth of July com
mittee held at the chamber of commerce rooms
Mr Culmer chairman of the committee on fire
works reported that they had received numer
ous propositions from the leading dealers in
Fourth of July festivities but that a proposition
of one of the llrms was so liberal guaranteeing
their display to excel any ever made in this
country that they accepted it Jlr Culmcr
said that not long since he witnessed a display
made by this lirm at the Crystal Palace Lon
don and they assured him that the
pieces they would supply for this city
would be much finer and as a whol
more effective than any ever given In Europe
here will be thirtyone set pieces occupying
two hours a single piece covering 6000 square
feet This firm is anxious to advertise itself in
the west and to secure the prestige of the name
of Salt Lake made a reduction of onehalf on its
I regular prices besides a large donation in
money towards the general fund The total
cost will be between fifteen thousand and six
teen thousand dollars
George Arbogast chairman of the finance
committee reported that a larger fund than
ever before would be raised and that they were
meeting with most phenomenal success having
already raised 0 and that Mr Kelsey as
sured him that he would raise 1000 among the
real estate men I never saw a better feeling
where the business men were ready and willing
to subscribe so liberally I do not doubt but
that wo will get all the money that
we will need t meet the large expenses
and i the city council comes to our rescue it
will be one of the largest ever collected for a
like occasion I am satisfied from the enthu
siasm I have met that the Fourth will be a glo
rious success We are going to take in
everybody and let no guilty man escape
The Liberal drum corps said they were to go
to Ogden for the entire week but were ready to
modify that and return to Salt Lake on the
Fourth i the price was satisfactory
Mr Stanton reported that the leader of the
Gatlin band wanted 12 for twenty pieces
He said he thought i was an imposition for
them to go to Ogden when they were wanted at
homeI us moved and carried that Major Stanton
call on the bands to infuse them with patriot
ism and local pride
Messrs Burton Burgess and Stephens to
get up a car of state carrying children repre
senting the different states singing national
airs and highly developed Goddess of Liberty
Mr Sleater of the trades unions said there
appeared to be a misunderstanding from the
first Over two weeks ago a committee of their
number was appointed and awaited on the
secretary of the chamber of commerce and the
first thing they saw the names of the Fourth
of July committee and they were left out in the
cold The secretary treated them very
iMr Sleater thought that the trades were
anxious to make i a general demonstration an
Ideal demonstration but they were not treated
as they should have been
On tie start they would have been anxious to
act but this created considerable confusion The
trades unions at Ogden had invited them to join
them on the Fourth and it might be they would
Here President Simon said with much
feeling that the committee through an over
sight had failed to give them the representation
that they deserved but that i stood ready and
invited them to name a man from tho union for
every committee and i they thought that their
interests were in Ogden and not in Sal Lake
they had better go there We all recognize the
fact that tie laboring men are tho backbone
and slnewof the community and are willing to
give them all the representation they want
After some more discussion Mr Cowls said
that he was sorry the thing occurred as he did
not believe there was any slight intended but
simply a misunderstanding
The representatives of labor after letting the
chammerof commerce know that they were
not running after recognition but simply de
sired such a representation as a body
of 10000 men were entitled to left with
assurances that they would do what they could
to harmonize the unions and bring about a great
trades parade and pageant
H C Lett wag appointed to fill a vacancy on
the executive committee and Leonard Hardy
was appointed on the programme and parade
committee A Hanauer was added to the com
mittee on music and H G Whitney made its
temporary chairman in the absence of Mr
Evans Colonel Page was appointed grand
marshal with power to select from
Judge E A mil asked what committee
would be expected to extend invitations to or
ganizations and individuals expecting to par
ticipate in the parade I was decided that this
be done by the cnmmittee on invitation
On motion it was resolved that this commit
tee be instructed to extend to all civic military
and kindred organizations and to business
houses and business men whom it is desired to
have participate in the parade a special and
personal invitation to be represented in the pa
rade and to take an active part in maKing the
parade a success
Among the trades who will participate in the
parade Mr Culmer said the galvenIzed iron
works will prepare a very large float and that
the Studebaker works and the Denhalter soda
works would come to the front in great shape
The committees adjourned to meet Tuesday
night June

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