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j C = j 2 THE SALT LAKE L < KE HERALD FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1 1008 < 03
GREAT CR1W0 PRESENT PRESENTAT PRESENTAT PLThSENTI
I AT STAIT STATE FAIR AIR OPLNIN I G
fontlnueij from Pace One OneIfali Onea1fa1t
Ifali a 01 and sugar r ho hts t ts both of o which whichns w wn1 I
ns l evrybody V ry body knows km W are cultivated cultivatedhere calUYatedwre culUvatethere
here wre with ith th the greatest success The Thohojrs Theho Thehogs
hogs ho you u see 8 e lure1 lure1and and Ms Erwin ErwlnointI ET1Ilnjloirlti Erwinpoint
jloirlti point > ointI to Severn I r pens > ens ne of mammoth mammothrk mammothiilrk
iilrk rk rI < were all raised on alfalfa alfalfaand alfalfaalJ
and alJ i I < HJ uaar 1 ar beets beetsT et1 et1J
T hive been bet > n told that f f4 d of this thiscfcnnitcr thlSlci1MItr thhIl
cfcnnitcr Il T r makes the meat tough and andjtriDv an4HriD andrin
jtriDv HriD rin but Im ut the statement ts not cer correct cern cerr ¬
rect n r < t t rtih t 1 th hogs h when hen properly bred brednn bred1nd bredfl1
nn 1nd fl1 < 1 arid ar 1 < d for hive meat that is as asfinely ufinel anfiuI
finely finel Drained rtIfleL and ant as teA tellder r as the ther
r I > cs s FJ i the w south or any < tlfcer bereectton bereecttonufltry section sectionttu tton ttontJk
< > ttu Country ufltry wherecom is used u d al alst alt
st t r xclnsJvely xcl1 Jely I a ee nc n ex exSP Cxr
1 Ipflir SP for r sending 8 ndln away from the state stateho statef tatef
f ho l I products rduets eapecisjljr pSJ > in view or ortii orth oft
tii t f I t that with proper j poj opW management managementl arntgementiiIy
l cois 0 t only I cents a pound to raise raisehogs 8f rafeetiP e ehogs
hogs hjjK hjjKvtjarrie hl
hlfrie
vtjarrie frie rrie Nation NationErwin Xcklbited Xcklbitedft I1bftdErwin
ft Erwin in h prou proul I of bis bl stock His Hiadapet Hiscta Ri1U
U cta dapet p pt t Is I a a pi p lady that Ialx lahors lahorsun rs rster
un Ii TI ter r the I tu narnf f f Carrie Nation Nationarm Natioa
< arm a L i 111 1i not fat Just now but she sheweiifhw shehrb sh shviI
weiifhw viI hrb h in fl the neighborhood of 70 70pound 701pound 70fplund < >
pound Though Iss If 1s than 3 years old oldshe Jldhe oldtie
she he hi h s increaHd read the t he pig population populationto I
tn the extent of thirtystoc Ihlrty thirtythree thirtythreeof I Iof
of the number having haln developed into intoudult 1nt3athilt I Iudu1t
udult Rhouldcrs < and sides and hams hamsand hamsanl hamssmi
and n ip > tddllnjcp ddlln < to t say nothing of the theothoricltod theot
othoricltod ot hl 1Er rl I thin one thinks of in con connctiori connpUOTI conr
nctiori r t Or Or1r with pip j
Mr 1 1r r KrwifKmak Erwl uk a Specialty of OhIO OhIO1wportt Wo Woimported bIOhnportErl
imported ChestteVft Ch tUCk which be says sayshi yl ylw I
hi w I has ha found aHnrtoiany a y experiments experimentsto expt > rtmeDts rtmeDtsto
to t be the th best t breed Md for this country countryOther countryOther countrythr
Other thr breeders differ front Mr Erwin Brwinhowever ErwinhtRCr Erwinp
however p r and have exhlfciteftt exhlb4t t the fair fairto fairtJ fairt
to t show phi w their faith The Tb Agricultural Agriculturalcollege ArIcuItura1110g C1Jltural C1Jlturalcl1egt
college 110g has sent down froth Logan Logannome LoptliIomCJIplendld LoganAon1
iIomCJIplendld nome Aon1 splendid specimens of Tamorth TamorthTorkire TasnorthYork Tamorth7orktitre
York Torkire tllre and 1JoIaDCCbIu DOIa f o4an China pip D DO DO
O Hideout RId mJt of t Draper to represented toy toysrme brme bYme
srme < me Berkshire of clean pure strain strainand etrainnd 11
and nd fine fifl appearance JSee From the Streep Streepfr
fr r rancW ran h OentervHIe t tC Dtervllle are also Po PoThnsi
1 Thnsi hln
The manufacturing1 and nd liberal art artbullditiK arts 1IriIJbUlldlnll artsbuilding
building situated at the mate entrance entranceto
to f4 the fair Is first to attract attention attentionfrom at MteIItIOItfrom tto ttofrom
from the visitor Its IbIt716 lt atyto of avoid avdtlterture JeIterture avoidteetur
terture represents fcie ie famous faDaoafortreu ftpanleh ftpanlehfortress pnisktortreas
fortress Alhambra The exterior exteriororated te IIIorated dec decorated ¬
orated with a liberal display of nags of ofvarious CrtyarJoua cfvarloua
various design with Old Glory occupy OCCUPFIne occupying occupying
> ing conspicuous places on 0 or the dome domet cJomtlInterior domInterior
interior decoration d r4tloa WI W attractive attractivenot attractivew
t w not overdone the mainfeature mai xua nteatUr Be Bea De Deg be4gg
4gg g a series ert of festoon dj red whit whitand wldtend whitend
and nd green the feBtOOllaJt society oelors around aroundThe aroanclfh arQ arQthe
The fh building huffing hl h 1ng n Atom shields shieldscovered aldeidacoTered ahieldscovered
covered with the nationalolor nationalolorEducational natloaat natIona1Joiora natIona1JoioraIducatlonal ON ONXdueatioDal
Educational WarlwWiowm WarlwWiowmHere WatJoIikOWJLHere War1ohowafiere
Here are a displays f educational educationalwork educatloaalwork ednta1work
work from many of the Mhicattonal 1 t naI ht httitutlons 1 1Iftltatlons inritutlons
titutlons of f the state worM of art artand artand artand
and manufactured article that speak speaki speakwel1 speakWell
i well for Utahs progress progrnThe progressThe I IThe
The State Agricultural A lcu1tural opUege liege exhibit exhibitocntalca exhibitOCIitaln exhibitocfltaIfl
ocntalca 11 a large number of articles articlesfrom articlesft00 articlesfP
from fP ° e the th > various departments depa eats of Its Itswortc UJIwOltt itsweek
week that are of unusual Interest InterestTie CfNttt CfNtttTlke et etThe
Tie progress in the th wofdwork w work done doneby doneby doneby
by ttUients tudent from crude Mpfinnlng nniDp to toflniabeti toftniltaed toj
j flniabeti articles that wouimbe w be a credit creditto
to a highclass furniture ujfcbUahment ujfcbUahmentspeaks llabment llabmentIJV UshmentIpeaa
speaks IJV Ipeaa well w ll for the thoroughness tim hneM of the theinstructors t the1netPctra e etne
instructors tne tfrs and the application a lIcation of the thestud thetud thestudits
stud studits tud tt8 1J An oak rolltop roll op desk six feet feetIon feeton feetlon
Ion on Lad valued at f1I m 7iJ the t work of A AF AF AF
F D4hte atl is deserving d demet4n W t special men mentlon ment menUon
tlon t Ion The blacksmitpr blackemlt and carpertter carpertterwork earpeaterwork earpetitervk
work 4re re eTtensi ext flslr OVluding chIding plain and andJJJH aadfA andIs
JJJH fA lesirns V Vdepartmdbt
departmdbt dpart t are samples samplesulfTning samplesI samplesr1intg
< ulfTning I C with patchekVaymbolR patcM 00111 of ofonomy ofonomy ofT
T onomy followed by plain articles of ofdress ofd ofcc
cc d dress rE1 and extending to intricate de designs deIn deigna ¬
signs In of laces and embroidery Them Themfire TherrII
fire II rf r4 also textile studies of silk linen linenlotton linencotton linencotton
cotton and woolen fabrics fabricsA
o A Food Museum 3CueumIn u eWD eWDIn
In the th culinary ullna department are arecanned ateR arecstneI
canned R n ne I preserved p rf erved and pickled fruits a af af ac
f < od museum showing the relative relativeMI relativeYalue
MI Yalue r lues I ue of f table I a ble articles and a series of ofnnu ott1nu ofTLnuq
a
nnu < < for meals from the most frugal frugalt
t < > hi hIgh II i teas In the agricultural de deTartm de deTtrtnwilt deiartn
Tartm Ttrtnwilt in are ar object lessons of grains grainsKfuwti ATaIMrnWtJ grainszruwt
Kfuwti by dry dr farming fruits showing showingthe
the advantages from spraying and for forrK torA forbrought
A rK frops rp < brought from foreign arid aridcount1 aridunth aridunt1and
count1 unth unt1and ics and with which hlch tests are be bein being betng
in ing mide at the experimental farm farmThis farmfhll
0 This is a a department which no pro provre proresah proressi
vre resah sif farmer mechanic or Industri Industrious ¬
ous Ill 15 aid a 1 ambitious housewife can af afford afford atford ¬
ford In t neglect nf1lectwbeu when visiting the fair fairManual fairManual fairThe
Manual Trailing Bxhibitt BxhibittThe hhibttaTh
The Th xhibits from other > r educational educationalIrstltiMons educational1rst1trim ucat1onallrOtltliIHl
IrstltiMons mark in an emphatic emphaticmanr emphaticHI
manr HI n r r th h > effectiveness > ss of modern modernmeth modernllIfth moderniiith
meth < of o instruction and their re repult reflult reu1t
pult u1t Thp rtv r > are the products of man rnani manwork
i a il ti 1 niu IJIJi work including designsin designsinwiSod d1I design n fn fnWI inW
wiSod WI d i mil 11 1 Mpedle lP dle work from simple ef efforn effor effor i
forn for > Tuifhed d products of complex complexdeftlgft compleXC complexdesigft
C deftlgft Thre are aft picture map re relief 1lief rtlif
lief maj ma maau4 1141rnetho4a methods of manufac manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
ture showing 8howln an aa evolution of im
4
A complete list of otthe the exhibitors 6t6ttors of ofcattle ofcattle ofcattle
cattle horses sheep ah ep and swine sne fol ¬
lows lowsList
L List t of Stock eek k BxWbrfer BxWbrferHorses xhfbs xhfbsHrse rir rirHor
Horses Hor es James T Hanson Haasonutpam HaasonutpamIty Brigham Brighamity Igham
< ity Daniel Wo WOIItenhoIQl tenholm 8pir 8pirbrothers pelr pelrbrother
brothers Jonathan R Re e Wt3i W I RWd RWdR itddR d dR
R D Millet A J 1 Pendleton Jfivana JfivanaBros li J JiiOL vaDS vaDSB
Bros B R O Smith mUh W D DJ BJJUtsoii BJJUtsoiiJ UIq
J D Mansfield JauftddA A F TannerJrlL Tanner E O Oi 9 0Johnston
J Johnston bnstoa J James RaE F J JCry CJIK8IOI CJIK8IOIefT
i Cry C H Thompson H W V Brown JprownMrs Browllira BrownMrs
Mrs H W Brown E K A Ertpp Ab Atb AbMlt Abbait >
b bait t A Hasard John R Wmder W C CWinder CWlllder CWinder
Winder John C Allen P1fO Ttfeiaas Wim Wimmer Wimmer Wiminer
mer John J obn McCoy Fred Fr pifeglisnian pifeglisnianand = fJl8man fJl8manaDd dhmanai
and ai James Devine Tlne Salt te lIlIerW W L LPugmire Ltnlre I IPugmire
Pugmire tnlre Garden City A 1 1 Bttrnnam BttrnnamWoods BUrnhamWood BiflhamWogIs
Woods Cross H M Pearson P Jtendy JtendyMoroni aandYi andY andYMoroni
Moroni stone tone Lynne Orson S Taylor 1raylorHarrJsviHe Taylorf TaylorHarrtsvilie
i HarrJsviHe Harr Jlle James > I H Larking Larkin Tay Tayloriville Tavlorivltie
f loriville lo > J H Larkin Ka Kalsvilie KalsvilieJa1lft8 sville svilleJames
James Dansie Rivtrtonr W HStout HStoutHoliday HStoutHol1dll HStoutI
I Holiday Hol1dll John C < apson Mill Creek GreekI CreekJames CreekJames
James Bess Grader GraJt r A J Uieteon UieteonDraper Ji illsonDraper bJon bJonDrapt
Draper > r T H and H H Smith lx Logan Longan14rs LoganMrs gan ganMrs
I Mrs M Handiey Handl y Ogden Alma Mil Milliard Hilliard Hiihard ¬
liard Srrrtthfleld John H Seeley SeeleyMount SeeleyMount SeeleYMount
Mount Pleasant William Lawson LawsonHunter law80nt LawsonHunter
t Hunter M P Bowen Quet > t Johnson JohnsonIceland JohnsonLeland
leland Livestock IIt 8tock company corn pan y Spanish SpanishFork SpanishFork
Fork James Dansie Riverton Pat PatRyan PatRYan PatRyan
Ryan Forest Dale DaleCattle Daleattic
Cattle Arthur T Clark lark James JamesSolomon JamesSolomon
Solomon J Curson John H Whit2 Whit2fagent Whttagent Ttlt Ttltagent
agent Island land Improvement company companyGeorge companyGeorge
George M Cannon annon Thomas W Jen Jennings Jennlng8 Jennings ¬
nings John R R Winder Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LkCity
City W W White ParadbeJoseph ParadbeJosephBarker Paradise Joeeph JoeephRarktr
Barker Ogden N H Barker BarkrOgdefl BarkrOgdeflJ rOsden Ogden OgdenJfR
JfR J R B Allen ft Bros Draper Stikn Jb H HSeeley H8Hley HSefley
Seeley Mount Pleasant PleasantSheep PleutSheep PleaaaiatSheep
Sheep and swine D O Rldeout RI4eoutJr RI4eoutJrDraPEr Jr JrDraper irDrapr
Draper W D Candland Mount Pleas Pleasant P1eJant Pleasant ¬
ant Streeper T Bros Centerviller CentervUleJohn CentervUleJohnH John JohnH
H Seeley Mount Pleasant J JR R Al Allen AIItD Allen ¬
len it Bros Draper lames ames F Jensen JensenhMount Jen JensenMount en enMount
hMount Mount Pleasant George Bleak C I II JO
I O Erwin Abbott tt Ha Hard ard Salt Lake LakeCiry LakuCity Lakeity
City ity >
CityTtHo ityrbe The judging Jud of art litb I tbefH the H i p pkWill pkWillbci < 4 4The W111 W111hA will
hA h hnii n toilv
MANY INTERESTING nNG THINGS I SHOWN SHOWNIN >
IN LIBERAL I ARTS B BUILDING IL lNG
provements in making flntahed prod products products products ¬
ucts of iron wood and flneD inen TbS dis display dlsay diiplay ¬
play as a whole to entertataiag ltg his historical hl hlt histo4cal ¬
t torical rtcal and instructive The children childrenalso childrenalso childrenalso
also demonstrate by their efforts that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the coming eomln generation in drawing drawingpainting drawtnJfltntlDA drawingpainting
painting and ornamental designs de lgn will willbe wIlbe Willbe
be in advance of the efforts of today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The University of Utah Is portrayed portrayedby
by a series of photographic views viewsshowing viewsflhowln viewSshowing
showing its buildings buUdiintlWlojr buUdiintlWlojrtheeqqlpmeatof intrk Interlojt ylw ylwthe IsW5 IsW5t
the theeqqlpmeatof t he equipmentof equipment of the ln Intldtulle tftttl H and andthe andthe
the work of otft it students studentsSilk studentsSilk tu4entSnkIndu
Silk SnkIndu Industry try Displayed DisplayedAn Di Displ4redAn pWyed pWyedAn
An industrial and educational com combination mblDatton cornbination ¬
bination that attract attention atte is the theexhibit theexhibit theexhibit
exhibit of the Utah silk commission commissionlarger commlulonlarger commissionlarger
larger than ever before Every Ever step stepof stepof stepof
of the industry is shown frOnt cocoon cocoonto
t to finished articles and contributors contributorsrepresent contributorsrepresent ra rarepreaent
represent work in that industry from fromLogan fromLopn frontLogan
Logan to Kanab and nearly every everycounty everycounty everycounty
county in the state Washington coun county county consty ¬
ty makes an especially attractive show showing anowIng sho sholug ¬
ing In dried fruits and nuts under the thodirection tb tbdlr thedb
direction dlr db ± t1on of the veteran horticulturist horticulturistThomas horUculturiatTJIonIu hortcuIturIstTbomu
Thomas Judd of St George There are areshown Je Je8hoWD azeshown
shown sixteen varieties of grapeo in including Including Including ¬
cluding three thr kinds of raisins 1 8 There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are also almonds pomegranates pomesra tes figg figgand ft8aer gs gsand
and aer UngliHh 1 nall h walnuts showing that thatUtahs thatUtah thatUtahs
Utahs Utah Dixie will soon be a strong strongcompetitor gtronccompetitor strongcompetitor
competitor of California for the inter intermountain In Intermountain ter termountain
mountain trade tradePine tradeFine tradeS tradeFine
S Fine Art Specimens SpecimensIn
In the art department 4 ent are repre represented r represeated re reented ¬
seated the products of the well known knownartists kndW1iartlst kndWnartists
artists of the state and ahdof of 11 11of number numberof
of candidates for recognition ltlOA11l In Uwlr Uwlrrespective thetrrespective titoirrespective
respective department departmentThe departmeDtsThe
The north wall of the large room is iswell 18 18ell Iswell
well ell covered with paintings pain tI crayon crayonpen crayonpen crayonpen
pen work colored photographs deco decorative d dratlve decerative ¬
rative china art pottery pott ry tapestry tap try and andburnt andburnt antiburnt
burnt woodwork much of which pos possesses poaseues possessea ¬
sesses high merit and will furnish dif difficult dlfftcultpro diffieultprobIesn ¬
ficult ftcultpro fieultprobIesn problems lQuf for the a awarcUKJCJces awarcUKJCJcesto award warding Judges Judgesto
to solve Among those represented re Dt cl tin tinder fl finder 1 1der ¬
der these classifications are Willis A AAdams AAdame AAdams
Adams H L A ACulmer Culmer M M Young YoungL Tou TouL
L A Ramsey lIUIey E H Eastmond EastmondGeorge EutmonclGeorge EantinondGeorge
George Maaek Miss Kate teJ Wells We Mrt MrtE > MtsE5 IB IBE
E E5 P Snyder Miss Maye Crane Miss MissCaroline MI MIaroline 1 1Caroline
Caroline Harrison Mrs Will McDon McDonald lIcDonaJd McDonaid ¬
aid and Miss 141 Arta Banta BantaLadies BantaLadies BantaLadles
Ladies Paaey Work WorkThe WorkThe WorkThe
The north half of the west side idf of ofthe orthe ofthe
the building bulldt is I occupied by a profusion profusionof n nof
of ladies fancy work including laces lacesembroideries leellpmbrolderlell lacesembroideries
embroideries drawn rawn work quilts sofa sofapillows sofaplli sofaplllowii
plli pillows wB1n in quantity ntlty and design suffi sufficient 811mcItnt euflldent ¬
dent to t draw dra a large number nwfabtt of ad admirers admlrer adlnirers ¬
mirers mlrerAt lnirersAt y f J JAt
At the front of the buUHImr bd buIJdI II under underth underthe underThe
the th supervision don of John Sharp stale staleilsh stawIlgh statezIsh
ilsh commissioner are sixteen tanks in inwhich illwhleh InwhIch
which are to be found every eye manner mannerof
of fish that thrives in Utah utah waters watersThis waterThis watersThis
This exhibit occupies a jBonunandlng jBonunandlngposition eanmandI eanmandIposition ndlDC ndlDCpoaItion
position and few of the visitors nee n nled ne nebet
led to stop and admire adl re the show Ib nat lbthe Ibthe
the t e selection I tlou are ate bass baa graylings troi troiherring t0tof t tot
ot malay 1dnle l luck ucken rs ca caPinountn caPinountnherring j aoWIt h1 h1htrrln
herring htrrln < chubs gold Ml ftIrIa ftIrIaand salainaader 1IamSltdSiand salainaaderand
and frogs S
FRUIT DISPtApEST DISP1 HEST ON RECORDBOTH J JBgT
S BOTH BgT AS TO QUALITY AND AN D QUANTITY
Th mit nd t riisplay 11I play of the Utah State StateS Btatefair J JfAir
S fair r i 11 j < t surpasses both in quan quantity qusntity ¬ I Itlty
tity Mi 11 I quality ality that of any previous previousyoar PreviousYfar previousyear
year Par P of 0 f the exhibit is Shown in inihe
5 ihe 1 Ihe he naiii Tlrt r i II fir Ir r building but ut the greater greaterpart grsaterpart attr attrpart
part f the 11 dlspltfy dls WY is 1 II made in InHorti InHortiUltULj Horti Hortiulturi Hortiultur
ulturi hall vIl just erected north of th thmain thmain I IH1aln
main Mosition osition itiOfl fcalidJng IdIq proper Pf oper and andhere an1lre
here Te i fnitt dikfitay was tastefully tastefullyrran ta tefuH tefuHPfran I
rran < < l on plates p1a Iaths andabdvelJ and ablves ah ves mak making makig ¬
ing 1 ng a I iy attractive showing IiIbodn Som Somhan SomhanJ Somean
han hanJ an < > nor I noUcfible in inthe the exhib exhibitors exhlbI0r8C111 exhiblnra ¬
itors I0r8C111 n if n Ir f the th older ierOflei ones O dropping dropplnji I
i > ft a ar 1 vvivirjfer ger ines cn 8 taking their theirpiace theiraCe
place li I is i notablt thStsome thi Ome of the thebest thlhelt thebest
best ii j in the hall CQBM9 com from dis districts dlltrlct di dit ¬
tricts t rit fiich I i were considered n nIdered ed a few fewj fewpanr fewpaT5
j pars nrn as I worthless The peach peachwpple pfachl pfachlHpple peachapple
apple I a md nd plum exhibit of L LHemAiy LI LlienU
HemAiy J lienU < m41 l t > Granger over Jordan Jordanfrom Jordanfrom
from siit dt I Jkp ike and the apples of ofWiniii ofVIRIt ofW1nI
Winiii IF Miller if r Syracuse on the theshore thefI theshore
shore fI horet > t p < i reSt rfa t Salt al t lake in Davis Daviscounty Da Davisouflt Is Isrounty
county ouflt second so > cond to none in the thehail thehall th thhali
hail That ri uh h fine tIn > fruits can be begrown beruJl begrO1
grown ruJl in U 01 > l Ii < unpromiiiln localities localitiesvas
vas a5 ImUiil Ir lh d i surprise irpris to many any and is isnnoth1 Isknotb isanoth
nnoth1 f p of o the productiveness productivenesS
S of t Utah Ut h s is when intelligently irri irrigated Irrlgated irrigtted ¬
gated nd iitivated ated and the fruit kept keptfree keptfrpf keptfr
free fr from fi rn n 11tq I m and an diseases dl by b mod modfn modrn
fn 0 ni JThod thods ht I f prying and dlsinfect dlsinfectTK disinfectirg > ct cttrK
trK TK q1 1be 11I1 < i Itwer4iaI > I r nial < ial apple grown rown In Inlioth inloth inS
S loth these th IieS f oi Itharcl 1 < har haris ls were of such fine finenjallly fineI fineWalLy
< njallly with withorf ithrf jrf t freedtoni fr l from fromftT fromt frometT4
< etT4 ftT an t InI nit rrounif a IInir ninth larvae t as to toxrlt toI toe1t
I xrlt e1t < favoiabl a blp comment These Theseif
hf h if ils < nil a II un undubtedly < Hibtedly be drawn drawni I Ifrom
from m i in I making 1 1tahH tabs exhibit at the thei
5 i l S i I I ins l s exposition expositionIndividual t XJlI c ositi ltill fl flIndividual i iIndlvid1la
Individual I Exhibits Exhibitsfm I Ienl
fm itition > S iUon iofl for ii i prises on the best bestn
< i 5 n = piy pi i f fruits ti < j all ji kinds iniludinR iniludinRcipfaranre IndudingJf I
Jf i 1 cipfaranre j i rf P bein being Hade by byn
1 F > iiKnvvay C Granger ranger n and S R Wr WriiKnvvay Wri j j1tJtJ
1tJtJ S g i View Viewompetitore iow iowh pw I
Thl h ompetitore for or the largest dis disi di dirJa
S rJa TidY i S HI 1 1 bf b ht + > st qunlity of apples uro a t c X Xmson NI I IH
H I JIJII J mson < on fl Prov Pro rith ith seventeen va vaL a it I Ihtlc
htlc t i L Hemeray UemJ a V Granger twen twenW twenk ¬
k J i W V5 H Miller Iill > r Syracuse six Xn
n S 1 rl dUeF dUeFI tles tlesirgest
I irgest vaiiy a i and best Mt quality qualityi
I S I i lies Ite thest u competing John JohnJranlte Jobnt Johnanit
t Jranlte anit > vii 1 eleven varieties varietiesw arletwi
3 i II 1 w Irag ragan n iu ii with fifteen fifteenThese fifteengrowers > n nXilll
Xilll These TI p f growers grow with Wllttam WllttamXiis wauaamh
h Kr rf Xiis Zju T fruit ranch of Sandy SandyHcinrnway
11 1 Hcinrnway Im nway are the only com comMir comj
j Mir t riaest ti1 t quality of peaches peachesiurs
o iurs 11 for 1 th h largetut and best bestor MItJ beatLi
Li J d or pturs Pt rII are N B Johnson j jr jn
r
n
Provo with six Ix kinds L Hemenway
Gran Granger er ten varieties and S W Cra Cimgun Crag1n Cragun
gun of View Vie six kinds kindsThe IdnrtThe kindsThe
The display d llp1 of grapes unfortunately unfortunatelyvas
vas as very pry limited although the crop cropthroughouf cropthroughour cropthroughout
throughout the th state is both excellenr excellenrand e1 ezeellenrnd < eJlenr eJlenrnd
and < nd abundant The only competitors competitorsfor I
for the < prizes tor the best variety and andfinest aDdflrt8t andfinest
finest quality of grapes Is i James Judd Juddof tUddof udd uddof
of St George whoso display of Dixies Dixiesgrapes Dlxiesraptll Dixiesgrapes
grapes would win 11 a prize in any com comletltfon COU1I
letltfon I Mr Judds entire exhibit of ofnixie ofDlxl ofriXle
nixie fruits attracted marked atten attention attention attention ¬
tion Besides ldl an attractive display of ofgrapes o oraJ ograper
grapes raJ i of the Flame Tokay Musca Muscatflle MuscatfIlf MuacatI1e
tflle Thompsons Thlfnp ofl Seedlers Muscat of ofAlexandra orA ofAlexandra
Alexandra A 77lack Prince Mission Missionhelle MlplonLady MissionLady
Lady Dnnln Downing Rlak Hamburg la larnnf isabelle
belle Fersagus and other varieties varietiesMr
Mr r JtMrVp Ju1d display di play embraced figs p cured curedIn UretJIn
In various styles pomegranates al almondK almondf alinond
mondK in great g ftt variety English wal walnuts walnuts walnuts ¬
nuts und sundried apples peaches peachesand peachelund peachesand
and tipricots it of as fine quality as was wasever wasever
ever shown in this thi market The dis display dlspa disploy ¬ j
play pa or nrDixle Dixie raisin In itJa 4hIv fclv exhibit exhibittis nldbtta
tis a t also a isu IOII very pry fine fln The display ls lawelt laweltworthy > rell rellworthy er erworth
worthy worth the sweepstakes It will 111 cer certlnly celHnly certinly
tlnly win winTh winThprp ninS
S Th Thprp > re are but two competitors lom eUtors for forthe fo1thp tOtthe
the larger lart > r plum an and < i prune prize prizethouKh prizetll10ujith prizesthough
though the season does do > not favor a avery Afry avery
very fry large > variety arlet Following are com competitors comJWtlttlJo cornpetitrs ¬
petitors for the finest quality beet dis display dlspia display ¬
play pia am anll largest laJI > tlt variety of plums ana anflprunes andprunis
prunes prU11 S K W Cragun and L Hem Hemenwty Htrnnf Hemenny
enwty nf The first NIt named showed the theo theotII thenb I
o otII ilj > 1l IJctlon < > < tir > n tf f gulneef guln Nakes NakttIK A AKe kK
Ke K > f Kiverton I comprte for best qual qualify qual1t ¬
ify 1t 1 of f prunes prunesFor prun prunFor runos runosFor
For th ho best hf t thirty thirt ayples plR any va variety Tarifty variety ¬
riety the cumi UItIietitiII etition > > is spirited spiritedThose spiritedThose plritfdThoif
Those competing ar ° M B B Johnson JohnsonIi
Ii I Hemenway Hfmfn1a W H Miller Dr John JohnT
T 1 White of f Granirpr David K Hen Hendry Hendl Hen1t
dry dl of Welluville plllnme and Niels rhristenffn rhristenffnrt fhrt8ten fhrt8tenIe PhrIsteneef
Ie > rt f Fountain Green Sanpete county countyFor
For th thp < > flno flnt t quality of jteaches l ahE not nots
10 I ss s than threo thr > kinds the following followinggrowers rolltlwln rolltlwlnIJrQwell folluwInnrowers
growers are a competing Charles Char Sin 8tnfrltton 81npteton Sineton
frltton eton tynne > Box Elder county Join Joiintr JO JoinSoyee ft fty
tr Soyee y < < e Granite William Kraack of ofSandy ofSnndy ofnndy
Sandy Peter N Garff of Draper DraperThomas OralrThm2 DraperThomas
Thomas B B Holim of View VI w and I IHemenway L Lmenway iliemenway
Hemenway menway of Granger compete fOmlt > tp for th thtr7f thi thiprl7 tinpr1z
prl7 tr7f for or best bp < t quality of peaches hon ghownat honat
at the ti l fair fairFor lirFor S
For the finest fln t quality of apples not notM not1C55
less M than three > kinds thirty thlrt of each eachthere eachuf eachre
there r re several If > pra I new competitors competitorsviz Iompt > tltora tltoraIz
viz vl Iz Mrs r G F F5 Smith mlth of Murray W WJ WT
J T 15 Wright right of < oalvilUr oalville 4 A 4 HJ Hiyken Hiykenlooper ken kenlooper
looper of Corinne be wB all W Crfe i
uo 511 sun AS We R Hitter N a Ti Jqhis Jobniet and andFor andLa Dd Ddi Dderie
La For Vemezvww erie the beet thirty peaches aches any 5 va vartety ia iamty a aI
i I rtety E P ConA Condon > n et f Wittard Charles CharlesBhtfclrtrHt Charl Charli Charlesof
i BhtfclrtrHt of l Iymor rnrr 1 L Heinenwtty Hf ft ftGranger rfGrangpr of4iraner
Granger and Thomas B Helim of View Viewwere ViewWere
were the competitors competitorsThe
I The competitors tw forUtt u finest t anal analIty qualI QU1ity i
Ity of pears pe ara are Peter pe t er K Gortf Ga of ofDraper OfDrapr
I Draper Dra J S W Cragun C un of View Joseph Jfo9evM or JosephM
M Smith ot o Draper I L Hemenway Hemenwaycompetitor BetnenwayC eenwykrIes 1
t C krIes StDet 5iagfretoaasd l v vJames
James Harwood or Laid S is lhe uss onl onlI Ott 3 3competitor
I competitor for the prize for the be best besttwentynve bee5twentyfive lt I Itwentyfive I
twentyfive pond of Bn English liah walnuts walnutsThe walnutfI walnutsThe
I The Utah Sugar companys comp n Bear Riv River Rher ¬ i
er valley display dl play of orcHard and farm farmpioduct farmptoduct farmptoducts
pioduct exhibited to t Wow the great greatdiversity greatdwenlty grea greadiversity
diversity of crops that section fI tion of north northern Dort h ¬
I I ern Utah can grow II wttl u > success is one oneof oneof
t of the strongest competitors for the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand sweepstake price pr of ott80 f 160 i for the thebest thebeet thebest
best and most artistic display of Utah Utahproducts Utahproducts Utahproducts
products of any description la the ex exposition expoSition cvposition ¬
position building The company shown shownan
an Immense variety of fruit which in includes ineludes ¬
I dudes a very creditable showing of ap apples aptt applea ¬
tt pin peaches pears plums prunes prunesgrapes prunesgrapes prunesgrapes
grapes quinces twentyseven twebUtnenvartetietl twebUtnenvartetietlall varieties varietiesall
all told only those shown which are in inseason inseason
season 8 IIOD Were some of the th apples pears pearsand p ara araand pearsand
and plums shown in competition they theywould theywould theywould
would give some of the fruit displays displaysa
a bard rub for t the e prizes for best quat quality quatlty quatity ¬
ity and display Their line display of offruit offruit offruit
fruit in glass Jars is entered enteretllor lor one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the individual prizes prizesIn
In connection with the fruit exhibit exhibitthe eshlbltthe exhibitthe
the unique display of the experiment experimentstation experimentstation experimentStation
station orchard is a Most striking and andinstructive andInstructive andinstructive
instructive one being made to show in ina in ina ina
a practical way the value of spraying
A large glass s tray full of apples bears bearsthis bearsthis bearsthis
this comprehensive comprebf > nslve legend 1 n4 Spraying Sprayingpays SprayingP4S Sprayingpays
pays Number of sound applec aes 711 711S8
88 15 per cent Number of wormy ap apples apples applea ¬
ples H Nli 11 45 4 per wrL rt Sprayed ray twice twlcwith twl twlwith twicewith
with parts green one onepouacI pound to o 150 gal gallons gallons gaiIons ¬
lons no lime used Cost per p r tree I Ccents Ierrts Icents
cents per pt r acre C50 50 The apple trees treesfrom treeS treeSfrom
from which the apples shown were weretaken weretabD werotaken
taken bote little but wormy troll last lastyear lutyear lastyear
year In a nearby case ca e is shown the thecodling thec theccdUng
codling c moth in its various stages of ofIopmeut
development developmentThe Iopmeut IopmeutThe
The lady students ts of the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agriculturalco AgriculturalcoJlge
college co ge sent flown a fine display dJ pJay of fruit fruitput fruJtPUt fruitput
put in glass Jars showing ahow J35 3 varieties varietiesof v Uea Ueaof
of fruit and Jellies put up in a most mostattractive mostattractive mostattractive
attractive manner The exhibit Is made madeto madeto madeto
to show the practical value of the train training tralnift1r trainlag ¬
lag given hi n the domestic arts departme departmeat depart department ¬
meat me t of the Agricultural A college where whereis
is a taught not only the tb chemistry and andart andart andart
art of cooking but all branches of
housework hou ework needlework etc etcFor etcFor etcFor
For the best display di8pJayand and largest 1a t va variety variety varacty ¬
riety of fruit in jaw the following la ladies ladJes Iadies ¬
dies are competing for the prizes of offervd off offen4
fervd f riti Mrs E C Bailey of Caklers
Salt Lake county Mrs J C Whalen of
Coriune Cotl ne Mrs John P Sdrsenaen en 883 13
Sixth street Salt Lake City Each dis display display diaplay ¬
play is a large and creditable one tne em ¬
bracing an Immense variety of fruit
that certainly look good enough to toeat toeat toeat
eat from any table In the land landGOOD landGOOD landGOOD
GOOD POULTRY SHOW SHOWExhibit SHOWExhibit I IExhibit
Exhibit Large and Comprehen Comprehensive ¬
sive Except E ce as to the th Turkey TurkeyWhich TurkeyWhichisMissitjg
Which WhlchlsMlssmg WhlchlsMlssmgThe IsMissfrig IsMissfrigThe I
The pottliry Poultry exhibit exhibit exhlbitinciudes Includes a Targe Targeand lbrgeana ge
and t scofnpreh COPI couprebenaive Iw nslve ve representation reprenta repre tatt of ofthe ofthe ofthe II
the feathered tribe and takes in an anc anccaalol ancaeloia oc occastonal
castonal caalol BeJgr B Belgian I1Jan n hare The pigeon pigeonfamily pigeonfamily i u I
family predominates in numbers num r8 vari variety var varety ¬
ety and attractiveness L Plain chickens chickenshowever chickenshowever chickenshowever I
however are not a scarcity and some someof i iof j
of these have pedigrees and extra extrafeathers extraathers extrafathers
feathers athers that entitle them to admission admissioninto dml dmiaslonInto slon slonInto
into the most m t select circles clr cir les There are arealso aredlso
also present ducks and geese 5 and a a few fewguinea j jguinea iplOd
guinea hens The national favorite the theturkey j
turkey is conspicuous con plC1IOUS by its absence ab absenceTheexhiblt ence i iTheexhibit iTheexhlblt
Theexhibit as awhole WD is sgo1 goOfl one i ian If ias1a
an as1a frtmf f pte the noise e that t voms romgs P from tro rorn thepOuItr the thepoultry theP6Ur
poultry building b lldng th tb tbrbirfs birdstmi 1rdatJih tMnic c It lCthe lCther the tbeut
Ireatest r ut show on earth tt The gfme QlDehlcke ggmechicke j jchicken
chicken hlcke hurls out challenges the t elNul elNultam ban j i itam
tam asserts a his importance the guinea guineahen gmneahes guineahen
hen chatters and the doves coo in Ingrand a agrand fI fIgrand
grand chorus chorusThe choruaTbe chorusThe
The names of tb t the exhibitors fthIbltOJllfow fthIbltOJllfowtheir follow followtheir folwtheir
their residence being Salt Sal t Lake except exceptwhere exceptWAeIe exceptwhere
where other addresses a eee are e gITeD gITeDD lven iveflLi lvenD
D F Duncan George Ge rge I Bleak leak Tanning
Brothers Maurice J McQrath Adam AdamEarl aIREarl AdamEarl
Earl RWd Brothers BmraC ra C CJ Adams AdamsJ T TJ
J Seddon F FP P SedtJwiH Sed H H Penoock PenoockF PeRDOCkF
F p Soper William Bedeker Harold HaroldBates iroiBate okl
Bates J W Bird A Son So J Solomon SolomonS SoroinonAlfred SolOmonAlfred
Alfred Betta Lewis C DWI DUncall Charl CharlS Charles CharlesS
S Rigby Char Charles J Truanp 3B C Els Elswood EIIawood El Elwood
wood A O J Hayward Harold S Mar Martin Martin Martin ¬
tin tin Brook ranch James Paul W y C CWoodruff CWoodruft CWoodruff
Woodruff Harold D Young oung K C CChamberlain CChamberlain CChamberlain
Chamberlain Robert Graham Gra JrabamMurray JrabamMurrayH am Murray MurrayH
H H Rowe Will White Roy KG kl More Moreton Moreton ore oreRIchard
ton Richard G Winter Wlnt r John 3Gb G Davis DavisEmil Da DavisEmil vis visEmU
Emil Hasler Mt Pleasant Samuer SamuerPowell Smuc1Powell uef uefPowell
Powell Lewis Iew Brooks BroIisCG C CGRvQ8te4t CGRvQ8te4tFrederick G Runstedt ThnwtedtFrederick RunstedtFrederick
Frederick Burgen BurgenC Centerville Leon LeonUtter LeonUtter LeonUtter
Utter F D Heath James E Evans EvansRichard EvansRJehard EvansRkthard
Richard J RoWneota Ai A 4 e Spears SpearsGronaway SpearsGronaway SpearsGronaway
Gronaway Perry Theo Lovendale Dale DaleSmith 1aieSmith
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Smith Young Joseph H Haslam Em Eramet Emmet Emmet
met Dalton DaltonBUSINESS DaltonI DaltonBUSINESSEXHIBITS
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Many Firms Make Mak Creditable CreditableShowing CtedftableShowing CreditableShowing
Showing of the industries industriesThey IndustriesTheyH IndustriesThey
They TheyH Have KveCreated KveCreatedThe ve Created Cre t d dThe
The individual and business bua Arm dis dlsplay displays j jplay
play take up a considerable part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the floor space in the main building b buildingand Uding I Iand
and they generally do credit to those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who designed them t m The Utah Sugar Sugarcompanys Sugarcompanys
companys exhibit is i Las k show in itself itselfIt j
It has a large square with oanopied top topon topon
on which is a beehive and arounjl a arow it are area j ja
a number of bees ingeniously arranged arrange i iin
in a thin gauze gau which gives a decidedly decidedlypleasing decidedlypleasing
pleasing effect While the e exhibit shows showsevery j jvery
very stage of sugar making from beet beetseed beetaee beetseed
seed to the granulated gaanu 4 product ready readyfor readyfor i ifor
for market mar et yet the primary intent of ort ofthe
the t effort is to show ho the performance performanceiI j
of the th soil of the Bear River valley valleywhich valleywhich valleywhich
which is Irrigated by the thelOlpr sugar igar com companys cornpanYJI ¬
panys sytem The collection lIee tlon contains containsapples containsarples contaInsatles
apples peaches peaps and grapes grapthone grapeshoney > j jhoney
honey hone sCrghum s grains and grasses n nsquash itquaah asquash
squash weighing 18 1 pounds and third thirdciop tbhdClOP thirdcrop
ClOP alfalfa four feet high highHewlett highHewlett highHewlett
Hewlett Brothers company as usual uualhave usualhave I Ihave
have a unique and attractive showing showingwith showingwith howln howlnwith
with their extracts spices baking pow powder powder i ider
der ciders and soda water The design designis
is that of a Holland windmill on top topof topof j
of which are three crowns the trad tradmark tradmark tradnark
mark of their baking powder and andabove andabove andabove
above these a large eagle The Ion Ionarms lonv lonvarms I Iarmll
arms of the wheel beel are lighted by elec electrical electrical dectrical ¬
trical lamps and the wheel w ee itself i iturned Jturned is isturned
turned by y an electrical motor from fromwithin fromWithin fromwithin
within the pyramidal structure and un under Under Un4cr ¬
der the motor is a hole in the wail waiiwIere j
vbere iere samples of their wares are dis dispensed dispensed diepensed I
pensed without the penny which was wasdemanded wasdemanded wasdemanded
demanded of Simple Simon who visited visiteda I Ia
a similar gathering so long 10 ago Around Aroundthe Aroundthe Aroundthe
the pyramid is an imitation lawn with withminiature yitnminiature wltnminiature
miniature trees numerous plants and anda
a sign lIn admonishing the crowd to keep keepoff keepoff keepOw t
off the grass gra8IIOther grassOther grassOther
Other exhibits are the R Stejizel Fur Furcompany Furcompany
company and Mehesy lIebe y the furrier with withfurs withfurs withfurs I
furs and curios in almost endless va variety variety a ¬
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riety rlet The former firm rm also shows a alive j
live cub bear bearEdward bearEdward bearEdward
Edward Gaby has a collection e cf cfHuff etlIttff J
Huff rugs rugsJ rugsJ I
J P Paulson Pauleondlaplay displays oflfce fixtures SatureaC j
C P Madsen ad n has aeetyiene a anctyl ne gas ap apparatuses alparatuse apparatusea ¬
paratuses the Daynes Dan Mttstc K sI company companya
a large line of instruments apd the theJohnson theJohnson theJohnson
Johnson company has photographs ph and andsouvenirs andoufnlrl andSouvenirs
souvenirs souvenirsJohn oufnlrlJohn SouvenirsJohn
John Beck Son have a large largeeonount largeeDWlnt largeamount
amount of many kinds of honey with witha wit witfew
a few samples of beeswax for variety <
Z C M i I shows a large collection of ofshoes at0ftI ofstoes
shoes 0ftI overalls and other clothing madj ma maIa main >
to their factory factor Cutler Brothers Brotbe rep re reIt ret j
M rscntthg pnttn pnting the Pnfro woolen mMlft 64 dl I Iflllnnel iV44r
V44r y flannels mens met l suitings bkmkefi bWaftkefc I
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hosiery wool batting and woven wovenshawls wovenshawls
shawls shawlsH
H L I Grin 0 and A L Brewer of ofOgden orOgden ofOgden
Ogden the Faust Creamery company companyand comp compand UlY UlYPd
and C P HatctMMon show creanferr creanferrproducts creeryproducts r rproducts
products and machinery maehintr The Salt Lake LakeSaddlery LakeSaddiery
Saddlery company and J G Read ReadBros ReadBros
Bros of Ogden have ha vt an attractive line lineof lineof lineof
of harness
HONEY EXHIBIT EXHIBITOiw
One > of the t mostdistinctive most distinctive and ordinal
ca11a < asi laniava > iav in the exposition building is I the
hones mxhihU Af John H Back A Son Senof Sonof SOnof
of n w West wt Third North street Salt
rak > City Their disolavs embraced 1
dozen iara iar of extracted e tra tedbony honey of various variousalies varkuSsizes uiUS uiUSalses
sizes and an design as a well ell as comb honey honeyshowln h honeyshowLn nt > y yIIh
showln IIh owLn the different difffr > nt varities aritle of flower floweraect fiowprJae flowere
aect Jae e tr r to fine advan advai4age ife e as wll 11 as tR tRlye ue ueaa thebeeWjt
beeWjt aa and other D DSOdPCtS ct of the apiary
Aft Itftttf ffreive h lye frsture f > tura at tJs t thdzhibtt Exhibit was wasn washive
n hive of live 1iv b hP5 es working workln on the well wellfilleil weiifilled
I filled combs pf f hone Sid by side are aretteo aretlan
I tteo shown a modern mo trn uatented hive with witheverv withPVfr withevery
every convenient accessory iieces IT and the old oWf oldI oldfsehiot
f fIlShIODfld fsehiot 8h on d straw hive the only way to get getth getth t tuy
th < b betisy uy tMv from which was to destroy the thebAA theheeL e ear8
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both comb and extracted honey but the theexhibit
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and comolete as to win admiration from fromeverv fromev1I from44
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