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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, May 15, 1904, Last Edition, Section One, Image 3

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f eale ale and retail circle The banks prof profited profited rof ¬ 1
ited largely a 4s 4asbown shown by bytJle the daily dailyclearing dclivleering i
clearing Ieart for the weak In collections collectionsthere collectionsthere eoilectlonshere
there was a decided improvement con considerable CI cniciderable u ¬
siderable money mone being in circulation circulationdecidedly circulatiordfcidecl1 circulationdrcldedly i
decidedly dfcidecl1 more than the week before beforeInclement bet beoeInclement e eInclement
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the t he Ant week in thu this month prevent preventr pr prvettuch et II
r tluch < uch shearing consequently there WRit waalittle WRititUe wt wtiUle
little itUe wool Chipped lpped When coaiitin coaiitinbecame coniitOctecame j
became such that shearing ouId Iqd41M be becontinued betontinued I
continued wool was moved OVM in large largeriuan iaraeluantltlM largeiuantltles
riuan luantltlM titles and much money was wasplaced wa waiiaced
J placed aced in circulation circulationHack circulationOrden dreulationa
Hack a Onto Ord Tlagr ThItIn p d Ver VerIn 7wI
In I n retail circles the effect e ect wa w waa ch chthat suchthat uch uchthat
that back orders given weeks W ago agosubject NOsubject sgohubject
subject to order were released by tele telegraph tlegraph telerapb ¬
graph Wholesale dealers acted along alongthe aonlt aon aont
the t he same me lines linesAnother linesAnother linesAnother
Another cause for last weeks ac activity nctivlt act ¬
tivity tivlt t was the th e seasonable weather It Itpermitted Upermitted
permitted shopping and monr mOlt heldIn held heldin Id IdIn
in reserve for a favorable climatic con condition t eondition ft ftdition ¬ I
dition was released The warm weath weather w ¬
er 1 made de a demand ar r spring iprtnsummer and andsummer
summer goods which w was quite q sat satisfactory stbfactory f fIsfaetory ¬ I
isfactory isfactoryThe IsfaetoryThe
1 The local conditions colldittooftated fse re concisely conciselyMated eoikeiyEtated
Mated in the following foJJo report nil I rt toSrad toSradstreets to totreets t4 t4streets
streets In New York Cfti CIIF jpy F Fr F1r 9fafc
Jr 1r r superintendent perinte t sfvfhe at t be Salt 81ity take takeCity tjaketity
City ity branch branchBank branchBank branchHank
Bank deposit ahotr aIlO decidwf d In tnr InI InLI
LI r i ease aile attributed to liquidation 1Iq u uv 0 0wool ovojI
v wool ool paper Money maritet lIl t maIntains1aithy maintains maintainshealthy In Inhealtby
healthy tone and coUecttoris Imter ImterJobbers te teJobbers
Jobbers shipping baplt bit MUecdoIii orders nteQi omde h td d dfuture for forfuture r rfuture
future delivery HejtaU sale salealug Iea Iealug greas greasing r ¬ i
lug v < s sMat
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The real estate market was active activelust activelalt activeweek
lust week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The bright t days permitted inspec inspection Ineet ¬
t tion ion of property which had a stimu stimulatins stimulating u ulaHn
latins effect upon purchases The ex extra exIra I
tra large list of bull building permits in ineluding In Ineluding I
eluding houses stores and improve improvements I i inents
ments is a mute evidence that money moneyis
is comparatively more easy eM than some someweeks 80 someveeks ne neweeks
weeks ago and that it is being be1n put putinto putInto putInto
into real 1 estate tate in large amounts amountsThe amountaThe amountsThe
The demand for business property propertyin
in the vicinity of the two new pro proposed prop08e4 proposed ¬
posed depots was 8 steady while in inquiries Inquiries Inguinea ¬
quiries for residence1 tots ts and homes homestii I Iui
tii t I the east side of Main street were wereincreased werei I IIncreased
increased increasedThere i IncreasedThere ncreaaedThere >
There are few desirable empty lions houses hoasrturatIItaed ¬
e es < mitherfurnIsbed oither furnished or unfurnished for forrent forent forL
L rent ent and as the demand Is exceeding exceedingthe e ethE
I the supply I rents have been pushed up upa
a little littleAJTOTJLEU littleAJfnJIAao littleAXOTH
Weal Wealthy German oermi Kn Pleased With WithLocal Wit1l Wit1lLocal WithLocal
Local Possibilities PossibilitiesSalt
Salt Jale Lake City may have another anotherWewerjr anotberlltewery anotherI
Wewerjr I ewemy Ft De proposed Pi ° P ° eed promoters are areamt are8e arew
w 8e eh amt Hurbert D Dl Dli sch eliOf eliOft of ofwho
Mta iBiiSjSiiy > t who hoJMe hoJMetng have Javelug bMsfiJWejBd bMsfiJWejBding
lug aevettraaVs in te kaoyer cSjploJhlhg cSjploJhlhgover 7 ng ngover
over the local situation Before bay leaving IeaVt baylag ¬
lag t ng for San Francisco they y said d if ifthey ifthey ift
they t did not find a location which gave gavepromise gavepromise gaveprmIse
promise of more possibilities than this thisilty thisd thistity
ilty d I they would build here hereWhile he heWhile hereWhile
While in the ety the vMtors were wererntertained werefntfrtlnM wereutertahied
rntertained by George Olsen and H P HJytle PJ Plytle
Jytle J tle local representatives reeentative of oftbe the An AnJieuserBuach Anl1euaerBWICb AneuserBucb
JieuserBuach Brewing conWcnyot company of 8t 8tLouis St1tuia 8tLuis >
Louis LouisMr 1tuiaMr LuisMr
Mr Schuch is engaged e In the bop hopreisming bopraising p pnitdna
raising busIness on the banks of tbe tbeHhine tbeRhine
1 Rhine and Mr Dischs brewery over overlooks overlooks overlooks ¬
looks the historic stream They are aremen atenen I IJnen
men nen of means n and nd reputation and f fthey fthey fI
they I decide to build in Salt Lake City Cityuill Cltywill CityvilI
will erect e t a plant that will cost about about5oo bout
750000 750 It is their intention to im import import ml3xrt ¬
port their hops from Germany GermanyTOOK GermnyftOOX GermanyITOOX
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1 tod is IsThe Bearish BearishThe sesrlshThe
The stock and bond market was wa wasttt1e ai ailittle a a1tttJe
little sluggish during durin the week A few fewdeclines fewdedl fCWtleclle
declines dedl tleclle are re to be noticed due ue largely largelyti IaTJ 1arlyI ly lytl
ti I the usual US 1 aftermath of dividend pay paying pay1lg psyI ¬
ing I n g periods Profit taking was large largetne largeI
tne 1 ne earning eamiD being diverted to other otherhannels otltahanne otherthannels
hannels hanne The quotations at the close closef ctoetiC
tiC < > f business yesterday estenla were ad follows followsI
I 1 > eseret National bank 4C5 aM a aX 10 10tMl
X O tMl U I IHome 1Home 1SS
Home 1 Fire fo re Insurance Co Uitt Uittr JII JIItlah 1 00 00rtahSugarCo
r tlah rtahSugarCo tah Sugar r Co preferred 1 1Vih V Vliah
liah Sugar Co conunon 320 320Htate 32IDttate 3 0 0I
I Htate bank of Utah 14 1 1J 1400 W Wpseret
J pseret > Savings Bay bank 3MW 3MWyiors 010 010T to toior
T yiors ior ofls Savtqgs SsiIn Bank Tiin Ta t1 t1ltah < e 1SI 1SITtah 1 10
Ttah 1 ah NatlonaJ bank bankJrivo bsakJrtlo 31010 31010lrvo
Jrivo Com 1a ftvina op bank bank7hi ua i It ItThi 101hi
7hi Com it Savings bank bankThatcher bankjhatrher bankIhateher
Thatcher Bros Brm Banking Co Lwgan 114 114Jirst n4J 11410 11410J
Jirst J J rt National bank Ogden 2M 2MHocky 20410 20410Jtoeky 9t 9tJJoclcy
JJoclcy Mt Ben Tel Co Coill 100 W
3 > sviB vls ill Co II bank Farmington Fautont 17 17xdcn SI SIgden
t xdcn Savings baiut lt 14140 14140i 1
J i un oI Wavon aon A Machine Co pM p6Ln St 9 9on 0 0Wagon
n Wagon on Ie Machine Co von SI 51Jrflnont 7 f fCounty Sb Sb4Yreinont
Jrflnont County Sugar C tmal ItIO ItIOArnalg 2010inaig
Arnalg mal inaig Sugar Co preferred K lIZmal tt ttAmiig 10tThig
Amiig mal Sugar Su Co CoJdaho common 99 99Jiiifio 2010J
Jiiifio J iho Sugar Co W ItI IS ISlwiston 20I
lwiston I WMOU iston Sugar Co It 1010 08 08livo t6o
livo 1 uvo o Woolen Mills Co Cot fi 1010 1010k > t thurch
< hurch bonds bondE11I MW4 MW4n
4 11I > n Ry it Power Pow Co bonds boo SS SSU 10L 1 1
U C Railroad bonds bondsMimpter bOndumpter bondsumpter
umpter Valley Val railroad bonds boDdIIltah III IIIUtah
1 Utah tah Light A Power Pow r Co CoBank bonds bondsak Mt MtHank
ak akhank
Hank dealings yesterday and l lst st t week weekiiow weektho weekhow
tho how an tacrqase fl555 over the week k khut bibrmi bibrmibut h forfc forfci
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IIOJ MB8 MB8May 1 1Ja I
May Ja Iay 8 f 559 5G3O Kt 4 t rtfT rtfTta > 040 79j 79jMay 0 0i
May ta i M i 40171889 4s3m 711 SI 40448 40448May 4S4448Miy I
May 1 i 11 400 9M32S 26 2 563MO iGilDaJ iGilDaJt i z 512 512M J JMay
May M t 1 i iMay 4tft1i 51 5 445 445Na f7t f7tIay I
May Na Iay 13 Z ZMay ios 0 = il CM8lt CM8ltL
May L Ly li 31MKOC os SKK3 aaC8J aaC8JTtl oaii se sel S I ITtnls
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l ecneare ecneareBegin t 15020 138 81 81Becia 13Begin
Begin BeginThe Jui tv 7 7The raj
The W WMeNe A MsWea Lk epIa eospwilt eospwiltt1b will willIft
Ift t1b UP 9 y tomorrow tlih iInll iInllt inx
t 4 to t 51 ftfstr etrwt trt t Mr Netdan Nld the theiad thei
i lad of the eooeer oneeri was fortnerb fortnerbthe foriD one oneoi onethe <
oi the proprietors JIl JOT the NffdenJudson NffdenJudsonr N oJudaon denJudsonT
T J ii > r i IC company COID y on tVest 9eat Teinple street <
h ch recently changed chap pd hands ltallc ltallcng
ng r the fuse poSfbjBH s for another D9therlhIlNale
lhIlNale > h > Iesa1e l mie concern in this thclty city Mr Ne Net
t i 1 decided to open another catablista catablistaMt Ush
1 Mt A large stock of otood goods has been beenj
I j an 1 l chased and an men eo of experience have havetn
1 tn i i secured securedI <
114 NiLts NiLtsiId1ug
I llding peciUts lJtaS issued last week wem wemElisabeth eae eaeJ
S J r fellows fellowst1
t1 Elisabeth m betb Wilkes WilkesFourth Fourth Fourthtm
1 t 1Ne weeS First Fttroe e a4 beth bethtoe
roe addition j
lJtn N tm t 1 a V0ria Ort a Ivecasns Iv ooprt ooprtrick osurtmth 4 l
rick cottace Ml Mlt
1 t < r h L Prlce 8 WJiftr Vii if mth mthA elltla h hi
i brick eottege i 1 1
A < idweiu dwet l 10 9 Lincoln LtDeOlLivl araia a4 adtIui a4njii
Livl njii to hou house housek i ih i ik
k < Brown rear a North Northt Pint PintM
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tsgs u 10
8 Iottaer Loster = sr Lineele yan br 0 1
J Mt Donald 1t sr Milton avenue I
brk cottage eottageArnoldDjckjo 1
ArnoidDicluon Bros Third South i
between bet ween Second and Third T East Easbrick
brick house houseE
E E P Davis McCSeJlsJvd avenue aveaDeM aveaDecL
brick = cL cottage cottageMiss 1 1t I
Miss M Emily Hs HsJ Harrison rrir rear fN 434 NOrh i h
Setoe4 Wet t ftdm tri m lt eutg IiL +
J 5 K Benneit l flfleLt 17t 7i > D ereet Er < tl additions ddition J 1PII 1PIIDr JteDr > 3 I
Dr V F Jo Beer B r rear 225 3 Fourth Fourthstreet ooutlhHrett Fourthrtreet
street frame rame barn 900 900Sampson 90U
U < 1 Sampson Second East between betweenEhth
Eighth and Ninth South brick IIricz Ick IckcoItait I
COttAfltt COttAflttZ 10 10z
Z C T 1C I Drugcompany ni Drug c company P itt i 112 South I III
Mate II new front 4080 4080George 4011Oaeotlre 400Geofge
George B Nichols S7 West w Ftaarth PotkN10th i iN
N N10th rtb IL brick cottage cot MW MWJaj 100Jan
Jan J > M T Underwood rear r B7 1 Soatfi 8out1 outi outightli j japUt
Bfghth ghtli Vast brick eottag cottapTotal c ttags T tOM tOMTotal 100Total
Total 110 110Jehp
Bs l Xsivite Ttmnsfarm I
Jo Jehp V VsnLies LIen and ad wife to toLeoA LeoA
Jones J lot 1 Mock 1 73 13 plat C CB SM SMB
B a 1 Hubbard to J A Fritseh I It
tote 101 t 15 1 and M M block 1 1 East Easttol Cft t tA
to tol Avenue J addition i Jta 0Arnhew
Andrew A F ioue Harrington = at to ManUeJB ManUeJBBnagg 200mb 200mbBrajg >
Bnagg tots eta ta a and nd 14 1 1Weat 11 blockWest block V
West Grand View ViewHeiaryW ViewHenry v US USHenry
Henry HeiaryW W Taylor to William WlU WlUm WilliamBgam M MBqam
Bqam m section 0 township 2 Zge south southrange southtefljelst
range tefljelst ge least 1 1Katie 1Xatle IKatie
Katie Stuter to Mary Hannah Cook Cooksection CookaeeUon Cookaeetio
section aeetio M township 2 south rang n nB rangsIwest
1 Iwest west 1 1Sylvester
Sylvester B Ji James to = Ester Jane Janeroan i L Lron i
roan section 28 township I sou souraafftt soutp soutprag Ul1
1 rag 1 east eastAugust t 1 1AU IAugust
August 8t A Nodvall and adFB w4Cs s sChorle U
Charles E Foxsberg lot I t hlsek bIo bIoNptP
Msimbr tn of Womans Ooancil OoancilAtk CounoilAsk
Ask AH of Puiplt tn feWtric tnWerk tnwt
Wtric WtricW4Ui wtWIth
WIth the idea of otbavtq having a grand granddemonstration poandtIc grndde1lSnMrtIOn
demonstration tIc from the pulpit on tip tipquestion tltequelltloa t1eQUion i
question of fPlleee P 0ee ace and Arbitration Arbitrationwhich A 6trationwbI ArbOtratiotiwhich I
which wbI b shall stir ir the residents et f Salt SaltLate aaltLaJut MaltLaki
Late City to a realisation of the he Im Importance I Iportanee imppoflance ¬
portance of the work which the t th Wo Womens Womelita Womeds ¬
mens Peace committee is now carry carrying carryinj ¬
ing on the local al organisation Orgal atlon cUt acUwron uc ucOIl I
on the suggestion su of Mrs May Wright WrightSewaJl WlIahtBewail WrIghtSewail
Bewail chairman of the peace and ar arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
bitration committee of fjthe the National NationalCouncil NationalCOUncil NationalCouncil
Council of Women haft ha invited the theclergymen thee1erlYtP theclergymen
clergymen n e t this cityiaall city state stat statto stattos41reE t to toaddrese toef
addrese ef their th ir congregations upon upontbe upontbeabove the theabove theshovetopic
above shovetopic topic The aid of t the miniatry miniatryof min minof
of whatever denomination is being beln SQ solictted SQItcIte4 sqIlcited
lictted for Sunday nnda x May SS SSMrs 10Mrs
Mrs 111 SewaU8 communication to Mrs MrsRuth InRuth MrsRuth
Ruth M Fox has been heartily en endorsed endonee endoreed ¬
dorsed by the local peace women It Itfollows IttOUOWIII Itfollows
follows followsMy followsty I IMy
My ty Dear Coworker CoworkerYou You may remem remember ¬
bar that atthe executive of the National NationalCouncil
Council in February 1 notified the execu executive executmve
tive that on account t ef the pressure of I
work which I was under in preparation preparationi
for the qunquennlal at t BerlIn It would wouldbe wodbe J
be quite impossible for me to do the thework thework
work necessary n ry for the organisation orlPUlDa Oa of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the annual demonstration In behalf of ofpeace ofpeace ofpeace
peace and arbitration on May 18 11 1 and a I Iasked IUk Isked
asked Uk that you should eject someone to toattend toat toattond
attend at fJDd to this work this year or or that you youfchould youhhoud ou ouIohould
fchould appoint a committee of three to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become responsible for the arrange arrangements arranpreents arrangemnents ¬
ments Although my m report was ap approved a aved appteved
proved ved no action was taken and as I Igave Igave
gave notice my own time has been pre preoccupied preoccupied peeoccupied ¬
occupied which rendered the annual dem demonstration demntra dentonstratlon ¬
onstration ntra on an Impossibility ImpossibilityAfter ImpoSlllbUityAfter ImpossibilityAfter
After serious SErI s consideration I have de decided deoI4ed deo4ed ¬
cided to recommend to y you 00 u the postpone postponement po ptpnemoot
moot of the edelllOutratiqa demonstration until October OctoberBesidas OctoberBH OctoberBesid0
Besidas BH tM reason which I have haeJLlreadr havelreadygiven already alreadygiveniner
giveniner given r Is another which coaunends coaunendsthis comsedcthis ds dse8
this cmire e8 tpe The thirteenth international internationalcongress Internatlooalcoa Internationalcongress
congress a in behalf of peace and arbitration arbitrationit
it I to convene in Boston the first week of ofOctober ofOCtober ofOctober
October It IB intended to make of this thisa
a great event The most distinguished distinguishedpeace dlstiqutabedpeace
peace workers wo n from abroad will be bebrought behroucht bebrought
brought over ov r to speak at this congress congr I Iam Iam Iam
am one of the committee of arrange arrangeipents arrancelIlent arrangempents
ipents and ad at the first meeting of the thecommittee thelttee theeMumIttes
committee lttee held m New N Turk on Feb 13ItY1UI 13 13It 13it
It ItY1UI was decided to arrange for subsidiary subsidiarycongresses subsidiarycongresses
congresses es to follow this thl congress in va various various vanone ¬
rious none parts of our country There will willat willat 11l 11lat
at that time be so many of the most dls dlstinguighed dietaguished
tinguighed tnui hed workers worke in behalf of the cause causehere cau causehere e ehere
here that we shall be able to obtain obtainspeakers obtain8PfIren obtainspeakers I
speakers who will arouse a great t inter interest Interl Interoct ¬
est l and It seems to me that tbtU If w we e can canorganize canor n norganize
organize or anl the demonstration demon tratioD so that In all allparts allparts allparts
parts of the country on the day that the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace congress opens In Boston there may
be a demonstration in behalf of peace and andarbitration andarbtuatlon andarbitration
arbitration all over the land it will willverv b bvery be bevery
very effective effectiveI ect1ve
I do n nt t at all recommend lIUQend that luLt thI thIdemonstration this
demonstration shall be subject to toclaanp thlll a achange achange
change of date from year to year and od 1 1advise Iadvlot
advise the change of date so far as I now nowsee nowsee
see for f i this year ear only and I am not wlll wlllmg wWt9 willIng
mg t9 cut loose from the tradition which whichwa whlcbwe whichwa
wa have already ai e established tabllll ed which will willpreserve willpNHrve Wiltprseerve
preserve May 18 as a day sacred to this thiscause tblllcau thiscause
cause e I therefore aleo recommendthat recommendthatthroughout recommend that tbattbroqboqt thatthroughout
throughout the country clergymen etergyn11 shall shallbe shallbe
be asked to present p sent the subject of peace peaceand
and nd arbitration to their congregations eoncretratlonae4tber
either on the Sunday preceding or on that thatfollowing tbtfollowing thatfollowing
following May JIIa 18 11 which this year falls fallson fallaon fallson
on a WfldftftdaI Wednesday WednesdayI
I therefore write to you as a member of ofmy atDIY ofmy
my committee asking < you to take whatner whatever what whatever ¬
ever steps you think proper to secure securethis ecuretbJe securethis
this service from clergymen not only of ofyour ofOur ofyour
your own community but ut in all of the thecommunities tbeconltles tecomsulnitlem
communities when the organisation organisationwhich organlaUonwblehyoU organisetionwhich
which wblehyoU you represent may hafe any work workera worktbrou1a workera
era through whom you OU may reach the theclergy tbeeIerirY theclergy
clergy 1 should then like to have you youannounce younnounce ou ounounce
announce nounce in the th organ of your associa association amouiatlen ¬
tion 0 and also through whatever avenues avenuesare avenuesare avenuesare
are open to you oU by y means of the th press pressthe pressthe
the substance of this communication with withthe withtlae withthe
the reasons for suggesting 8U eaUq the change changeNot
Not only to my own work in behalf of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the approaching quinquennial so heavy
that I cannot undertake it but many ny of ofthe oftlM ofthe
the women upon whom we rely every evsryyear everyto everyyear
year to help execute the plans that are areformed areed areformed
formed ed by our committee will also be begoing be0ID8 begoing
going 0ID8 over to Berlin 8frUnTriJat Trusting that you youmay youmay youmay
may approve this suggestion sad be ac active soliv e ettve ¬
tive liv Jn helping to carry out the plan with withrespect withpct withrespect
respect to both the work in May and in
October I am with kindest regards regardsVery
Very sincerely yours yoursMAT yoursMAT ours oursKAY
We heartily endorse the reconimenda reconimendatkm recomendaUot
tkm proposed by Mrs II May Wright SewaJl SewaJlia ewliIn wall wallWM
ia tfee 141 foregoing and take ake great pleasure pleasurefn
fn Q Inviting II JI minister mlntt of f whatever wbatev de denomination deaHdaatiee doaomlastlea ¬
nomination throughout lIun romhout t the > city cityto and stats statsto stateto
to present nt to their respective reepectJveon congrcea congrceaHMW conregaISbas
HMW on Sunday clay May Ka 22 this all aDtant uspdr tmaporlant
tant subject Peace and Arbitration ArbitraionRe0ectfully
Respectfully Betl eettullyBLIU Re0ectfullyELMINA RespectfullyBLMfNA
Presidency Y L 1 M I L A ARUTH 0BeTH LvTh
RUTH vTh M FOX FOXChairman FOXCrman FOXChairman
Chairman Poses Committee CommitteeITppiil caueeit
it 4
ITppiil t CNtnaral Jaaras P PiM Penroses >
s Md iM th Military IMva rl rlTile DrivsThe
To Tile Penrose J Drive was named for forGeneral forGeMral forGenral
General William H Penrose of the tllth tllthtntantrtJae Mtfc 11thIantry
Infantry tntantrtJae the last but one of that regi regiment reelraent regimont ¬
mont to command Fort Douglas What Whata
a splendid epModldftaure figure gure he h was and what whatteller a asoldier asuldber
soldier teller he was He knew no more of offear offear offear
fear than the lion does he would fight fightbusssaw Ohta ght ghta
a busssaw and give eiYeit it the first cut cutHe cutBe cutHe
He carried d his country1 OOUD fiag through throughthe throuchthe throughthe
the hell of a hundred battles of the re rebellion re rebellion yehellIon ¬
bellion bellionAfter bellionAfter hellIonAfter
After the war i ip the greatIndian greatIndiancampaign great I Icampa Ipdian Ipdiancampaign
campaign campa of C8 and f 0 on the plains plainsof n nof
of Kansas he fought the allied Coman Comanehe comanehe Couchsite
ehe Kiowa Cheyenne and Arapahoe Arapahoetribes Arapahoebell Arapahoetgbes
tribes bell to a standstill tan sUII Buffalo Bill was washis WIIhis washis
his chief of scouts in those days and andmany admany andmany
many a time have I seen the general generalwith pneralwith generalwith
with the th longhaired and otherwise pie picturesque plcUift pieturesque ¬
turesque Uift que Bill at the head be ofhia march marching marchI marchlag
lag I command commandAh
Ah me how I tempus does fugit Salt SaltLake Saltwas SaltLk
Lake was a village lh i v and nd I was wasonly W Wb waaoIy
only b just ust a boy on oft A the tb Buffalo BuffaloB 8utraloNow Buffaloaage
B ange Now Salt Lake is a city and andIam aHdJam td tdI
Jam I am getting Into the sere and yellow yellowleaf yellowaf ellow ellowt
leaf af t and nd the General Ge having written writtenvis writtenDame writtenN
N vis name high on the roll of honor honorhas honorentared honorhas
has entered bis silent tent on fames famesimmortal famestaI famestortI
immortal tortI taI camping ground But I IHamad Ithe Inkmed
Hamad the Penrose Drive for him and andto andto andto
to that soon to be perpetuated in Mac Mactidm Ma Mam Madaw
tidm m ani un lined lint > d with trees and parks parksIk parkto parkslie
Ik lie to tuutit of the > brave old general will willding willeline willcling
ding through all enduring time timeA timeA
1 1JUl
Who WI needs the money to buy an auto automobile automobile automobIle ¬
mobile has a choice h if corner in popper poppertii POPPEfjj popportfl
tii which t hii lit uiil m I sell Make aitiuiry iLaur iLaur3t UIuirt1f
jf the puppertou man at 75 5 West Sec iiend 5ccid
tfnd nd South
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tHHH 4 + + I4 + + H + H HH + + + + + + H + + + H + + H + H + H + + + + + + + + + t
Woman 0fubs +
T HE Anal b1 An meeting tiDl ending the year yearfor yearI 1 1for
THE I I for the Ladies Literary club was washeld washeld washeld
held Friday Pl1cIa and although purely purelyof
of a business nature was not lacking lackingin
in irfterest t Following the election of ofofficer ofolIkers
officer the result of which was pub published pubUehed pubIlebed ¬
lished yesterday the reports from the thevarious thevarious
various officers for the thet past year ear were wereread werereact wereread
read and reports rep rw of oft the progress of ofthe
the various sections lI8C on8wen given All of the thereports thertporta thereports
reports showed wed a satisfactory factory condi condition condiLien ¬
Lien of the t club that of the treasurer treasurerhino7 tleUUrerIIDpOrt treasurerheiDi
heiDi ot pccfH ecI import in that it re recorded TeciOr4ed recorded ¬
corded the t wiping oUt of the entire entiretneaff entiretid ntlreaD
tid btediseap tneaff a the club O hatt house The TheTeport I IstSbns
aD stSbns a SPOt compiled by Mrs MrsF J Jr
F J 1 Fahlan t was 1ras as filled with clever cteverpointsanti I Iand InIn
pointsanti nIn and suggestions suggestionsI tona
I The programme committee for the thenext theat thent
next at year submitted through the chair chairman chairSIan ¬
man SIan Mrs W A Nejden the be pro profnumne proe promnle
fnumne mnle e which acb was amended and andadapted andbJ
by the club as follows followsSept f llow llowpt llows llowsSept
Sept pt Inaugural tIDa al day Presidents Presidentsaddress Pretd Presidentsaddress dent denta6rIlMB
address reports music social socialSept BOCIaISept socialSept
Sept 10What What t Does the th Modern ModernWoman
Woman Read Miss iI Jeasup J sup My Fa Favorite Favorite Pavorite ¬
vorite Novelist and His H B Bet t Book BookMiss BookMiss
Miss II OoddaH OoddaHSept Godda GoddaSept GOddr4Sept
Sept 3 IOPnRdeat Presidents Say ay y Business BusinessOct
Oct 14 I4In In charge of Browning sec sectk ecOct seelion
tk lion > n
lionOct Oct nOct lJlaltboun 2 Halfhours with tit Our Wan Wanderers Wanderers Wandeters ¬
derers Mrs III Eugene Lewis Mrs X J C CE CE CB
E King Mrs Graham Putnam PutnamNov PutnamNov PutnamNov
Nov 11 llFe4eratioa Federation day ay Reports Reportsfrom Reporttlfrom Reportsfrom
from delegates dele tq to general ral and state statefederation tate tatefederation tatefederation
federation meetings Un liveminute 1tvemtn j i re reports r rporta yeports ¬
ports from president and chairman cbal L of ofstate of8tate ofstate
state federation committee committeeNov committeeNov committeeNov
Nov 26 2iVottatre Voltaire W H HDec King KingDec KingDec
Dec 9 1111 In charge of home and an edu education education u ucation ¬
cation section Is Woman Mans Equal Equalas
as an n Educator Mrs iii A B Gibson GibsonIf on onIf
If Only One Can Have a College Collegeeducation Collegeucation
education ucation Which Should It Be BeBoy BeBoyerGkl BeBoyma Boy Boyor I
or erGkl Girl Mrs Hutchinsen en Ethics in InHome InHome
Home and School Miss iii Qualtrough QualtroughI I
Dec 30 Presidents 3OPr4eident day Business BusinessJan BuaI BuaIIan BusinessJan
Jan 13 Tennyaona Enoch Arden Ardenread ldenTead Ardenread
read by Mrs C E Richards with mu musical musical musIcal ¬
sical accompaniment composed by byRichard byRichard byRichard
Richard Strauss Stra and played by Mrs Xres MrsAgnes
Agnes es Osborne Osborneevents Oabo Oaboc OsbornEian
c 1n 7In ICbaJp of tile current currentevents cUrrentevents
events and current c nt literature section sectionHelen sectionHelen sectionHelen
Helen Keller Kel1ernd sud nd Her Rei Works Worka1tJa Worka1tJaEd1 Worksiaita Mi MiEdith
Edith Ed1 L Woodmanaeej W an eeJ The Valle Value of ofIndividuality ofaUty ofIadua1ity
Individuality aUty 4n 44 Uteraturek Mrf Mn F Fd Fb PCe1sey
d Ce1sey Ce1seyrob eisey fr frFeb
Feb b 10 lo 1OThackersy Thackeray Rev RevCarver femes olalD8Carver femesCarver
Carver Ogden Uniform Marriage and andDivorce andDivorce andDivorce
Divorce Lawsi Laws Mrs 3eorge < eorge Carl Carlton Carto Carlotong
ton to
Feb 17 tiBreakfut tiBreakfutFeb Breakfast BreakfastFeb
Feb 24 24uGlimpaea Glimpses of Modern Ger German German Oarman ¬ I
man Literature Rev William Fish FishSuderman nhSl FishSuderman i
Suderman Sl ajtd td Hauptmann Mrs MrsWilliam lraWilliam MrsWilliam
William Jennings JenningsMarch leon leonlarcb JenningsMarch
March 10 1otbe The Relation of Civics Civicsto Clvtcato Civicsto
to Ethics thies Mrs II L E Hail up Pro Pro1 >
Courts New Methods of ofCharitable ofCharitable
Charitable Work Are They Practi Practical Practleal Practicci ¬
cal T Mrs McMahon McMahonMarch McJ MeMahonMarch boa
March 24 41n In charge cbar of history sec section see seetion ¬
tion Discoveries Dt In the Land of ofGoshen ofGoehen ofGoehen
Goehen Mrs Little The Work of the theAmerican theAinrIean
American Expedition in Old Baby Babylonia BabyMrL BabyIoa1 ¬
lonia Mrs J H Brown BrownMarch Bro BrownMarch n narch
March 3 3Debate Debate Which brings bringsmore brlnpmore bringsmore
more happiness to a married woman womanmoney womanmoney I
money mon y or or love Mrs H HW W Brown BrownCADETS BrownCADETS
Local Lodge to Visit Provo Next XeoctMontk NextMontkwitk
Montk Montkwitk cmth Wltk a Sand SandMuch an4luch BendMuch
Much interest jnt rest is being bel aroused in the tbecadet thecadet
cadet battalion of thelsb the High school 1 ove ovethe oYethe
the prospects of a cadet encampment encampmentThis ellCampmt encampmentThis > nt ntThis
This proposition was wa spoken en of some time timeago
1 ago It is suggested that the cadets cadetsgo eadet eadetgo
go Into camp for a period of five days daysr daysbeginning
beginning e nmng r the Tuesday after the close of ofEchooL otschool
school EchooLAt schoolAt
At a meeting of the battalion ttalfOl1 s report repoitwas reportwas
was received and a committee appointed appointedto
to look into it recommending r that the thecadets thecad thecadats
cadets cad ta go Into camp at Lagoon Senator SenatorSimon SenatorSlmoo SenatorSimon
Simon Bairberger BaIC rpr has promised proll lIed transpor transportation t trnsportatlon rl nspor ¬
tatlon for the cadets and their baggage baggagebesides ban83ebesides baggagebesides
besides use of the tb camp and parade paradeground paradeJPOund paradeground
ground From the national guard the thecommittee the4Omltt theconimittec
committee secured permission to u utents usq usqtents e etents
tents cooking utensils and other camp campequipment campequlpmfnt campequIpment
equipment belonging to tb tblll stat With Withthis Vltbthlll Viththis
this donated the only remaining expense expenseis
is the commissary supplier The com committee comMittee cornalttee ¬
mittee recommends mendal that this expense be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid by b a fee of tM 26 from aeh eh cadet cadetIt
It is contended the knowledge and ex experience expert expemlenco ¬
perience pert DCC to be gained alon alohaC the military JDllltarYline ntilitarylines militarylines
lines during the t b camp life would greatly greatlyoverbalance greatlyoverbalance Uy Uyoverbalance
overbalance that gained m one years yearsdrilling year yeardrllllDtr yearsdrilling
drilling at school IICh The camp will wUlford ajao nX nXford afford
ford many new and interesting experi experiences ex exfnce experlenees ¬
ences encesStrict fnceStrict eneesStrict
Strict military rule will be observed observedwhile ob6erve4wblle observedwhile
while on that tour of duty and every everything everything ¬
thing will be conducted in I the beet man manner mannet ¬
nero The camp will be COllI commanded oded by one oneof oneof oneof
of the most srofieieat eteat military instructors instructorsin
in the stoW stat r It Is expected that pro professor ro rofetlsor rofetsor ¬
fessor Eaton will be present nt most of the thetime tbetime thetime
time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The cadets look forward to this outing outingwith outingwith outingwith
with much expectation They expect to tomake tomake tomake
make it a success u and hope that their theirflrat theirfirst theirfirst
first annual encampment will be followed followedout
out each succeeding su eetftna year Detailed ar arrangements AtlIUICemeots ccrangements ¬
rangements are under way and plans are arebeing arebelD arebeIng
being drawn for the camp campKaTbi c cXaYM campWaybs
KaTbi KaTbiMaybe XaYM XaYMKay WaybsMaybe
Maybe Kay you havent vent notiqei noti fit 1tor 1torbavtnc Itorhaving or orhaving
having noticed it Itou you wont admit d1 lt it itbut it itbut Itbut
but the fact is i Just the same that the thenortheast thenortt thenorthobst
northeast portion north of Bflgham uBtIa1uunand Bflghamand Bflghamand
and east t of P is coming righr rllEttrln in as asa asa asa
a popular and highclass home quarter ouarterAnd quarterAnd quarterAnd
And maybe you ou havent noticed it Itor Itorhavlnl Itorhaving or orhaving
having noticed it Itwont wont admit it Jtbut but it itis itta ItIs
is a fact also just the same thatyXbout thatyXboutall tbat thatbout thatboutall ut utall
all ofthe of the vacant ground 1d left up there thereis
is in popperton We have popperton poppertonand
and parts of it are for sale e to the right rightkind rightkind rightkind
kind ef r people peo p ° e at the right kind of ofprices ofprcetf ofprices
prices and i0on n the thetttrbt tight kind of ofterms ofte ofterms
terms te The popperton man lives day daytimes daytimes ¬
times at 75 West Second South at atnight atn1ht atnight
night he lives in popperton 7011 oU can cansee canlee
see him either place pl pLojpe or t get t him bl by byphone bypb byphone
phone pb ne In the telephone book he is iscalled iscalled Iscalled
called E I L Colborn but his rejil and andtrue andtrue andtrue
true name is I E F Col Colborn ColbornX ColbornS ColbornMistaken born bornJClstaJcea
Mistaken Mantity MantityHow I4ssttityHow
How on earth do the Smiths hereand here hereand hereand
and eaewh elsewhere re get along al witnov wi whtbq santa eonfnaton eDtuIII santasion
aton Men III en of my name canHt cai There Therehave Thereave Therehave
have ave been only onl two of us here hereaa hereaaurn an anurn
urn and an forn ornbut but we got otwWre4 gotmpIxedup mixed mixedup
up from the start The 1U urn ws wfps Dr DrX Drt Drz
X L and nd the orn was w and I Is me meBefore meBefore meBefore
Before the doctor came e I was known knownby known1tF knownby
by the name my mother m motmpr r gave ve me with withwhich withwbela withwhcb
which I got aJo Jons pretty good 004 but butwhen butwben butwhen
when he arrived his name was fastened fastenedto
to me and an I have not been able to toshake to8bake toshake
shake It t off 0 After a short rt and lurid luridcareer luridcareer luridcareer
career the doctor r sough oughtgreener greener fields fieldsand fteldsand fleldsand
and pastures new but Jkepthle 1 kept hto hi name nameall aameall nameall
all right and 1 fa save my I soul out I cant cantget eDtlet ut utgetridofit
get getridofit getridofitThat rid of IL ItTbat s
That is why wll t tKIt1 say If you 701 ghoold > > t lop iaPpen loppen hap happen ¬
pen to want Information by telephone telephoneabout te1sphOneabout bOne bOneabout
about poppelt4tutban poppert4o than which whichno hleb thee ia iano isno
no more II11tre lovely hjwc place in all aJ the theworlo tbeworl theworhyou
worlo worl worhyou > Vou ou wul w find that I am doing tq
business under un4ertbe tbe doctors name E L Lwith LWith Lwith
with a urn urnU in the last edition of the theRocky theRocky theRocky
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone dire directory direttory diretory ¬
tory but the name is followed by the thewords theword thewords
words popperton place which indi indicates indicates ledcatee ¬
cates that it itos means me Anyway Anywaywhats Anywaywbat Anywaywhats
whats the difference uA A rose by any anyother anyother anyother
other name would smell as sweet sweetSome sweetaoae
4 en enMoe
Some ue re location locationThere LooatiGDtlThere LocationsThere
There are come beautiful corners In Inpopperton InP inIxpperton
popperton P so located as that whatever whatevermay whateverma whatevermay
may ma b bt the future improvements improvementsaround itnovemenwaou3d n 1Oement 1Oementarouaacl
around them the view viewlot lot of city valley valleyand vUI vUIand vaHhand
and lake from them can 1 never te e shut shutoff abutoff shutoff <
off In the good time coming COm ng of Salt SaltLakes SaltLakes SaltLakes
Lakes great reat expansion these locations locationswill locationswill locationswill
will command almost any any price you put putupon putupon putupon
upon them Why dont some bf you youthoroughbreds youthoroughbr youthoroughbrc1s
thoroughbreds s who shim ur intend to toshine tonine toshine
shine in tbe social 400 put these lo locations locations locatlons ¬
cations in your your pile as against the day daywhen daywhen daywhen
when by having them and nd living upon uponthem upontbf uponthem
them tbf > m you will Ul awaken tho tl1 ti envy of ofevery ofeery ofevery
every isser and nd want to be In the theloial tbe10oa1 theboal
loial social IIOC al world worldYou woridYou r rYou
You Hadnt 11t nt be 1 afraid afraidyou you wont lose loseyour lo louur loseyur
your uur money mun r Sail aL Lake is i going right righton rigbtOn
on On and you are ar only one of the multi multitude mulUtcde multitde ¬
tude that will ill live Ii bee beep
p > T
Mrs Dale Mrs Joel Priest Mrs MrsRichie M MRichie UlUchte
Richie Miss Sowles Miss Yardtey Uti Utisic Jif Muplc
I Ie
sic e and social socialApril eoclalApril socialApril
April 14 ItReading Reading of original ori iualorl iualorlApril < jstories torlesApril
April 2t In > ebjBOrg ciatgeof of tourist touti section 1fe tMd sectionJpa4
JapaA the Sunrise Sulirl e King KlnriQUaof KIng4mm m ef thet thetFar the therat thePar
Far East at Dr W M Paden PadeitMay T
May 11 l1Ann 11Annual Annual at meeting Reports of ofofficers ofoCftcers ofodicers
officers and chairmen and election electionThe electionThe electionC
C C C CThe
The committee which prepared prepar 4 the theprogramine theOpaJD4lle theprogrampie
programine consists of Mrs W A Jfel Jfeld el elden eIden
d den n chairman Mrs F S Fen FetoJt ton Mrs MiwJohn JP1e1tn MrsJobnRted
John JobnRted Reed R Mrs Keysor Key Of Mrs MrsW W H HBints HBints HBlntz
Bints Mrs 18 A T Vollmer and Mrs MrsRichardson IrsRIcbar480n MrsRichardson
as asProfessor 4 4Profe J JProfessor
Professor Or Alice P Norton of the tbeUnt tbeUntvelJllty Uni University Ijitiveralty ¬
versity of Chicago who ho comes here IMreaa IMreaaa a aa as asa
a special lecturer Jectu r in household househ lJ econom economics ec economIce GlJ GlJlea ¬
ics for the State Commoner Institute I riU Ulte t fa fawellknown 1wellknown twellknown
wellknown among club cl b women womenthrougout WOpteDthrouarout womenthrougout
througout the country She is one of 4lthe ofthe Ofthe
the foremost workers along the line oiT oiTdomestic 0domeatic atdomestic
domestic arts and sciences and half halftaken h htakel1 hc hctaken
taken an active part in establishing establishingof
of kitchen garden and domestic eel ecience Sience eelence
ence courses e in some of the large e cities citiesShe clUett8Mt citiesShe
She 8Mt > is to give a series of lectures on onthe ontbe onthe
the educational l work of the home and andthe an antbe andthe
the schooLThe school schoolThe
The Reviewers club ciubheI4 held the t e last l 10 at athome atJIo athome
home day of the present year last lastMonday lalltXonday lastMonday
Monday with Mrs R C Woodruff The Theafternoon Thealternoon Theafternoon
afternoon was splendidly filled the thespecial t tapeetal thespecial
special topic of the time being a review reviewof
of Order No 11 by Mrs J C Royle RoyleSeveral ftoJlSeveral floybeSeveral
Several fine musical numbers numbe were t ere giv givAndrews ctven glven
en b Jdrs A D Melvin and Mrs A G GA 0Anrews
Andrews A r and aleo by Mrs W S Loom LoomIs IootPI
Is and Miss K Blanche Kimball The ThemeeUnc tat tatmeeting lastmeeting
meeting will be held a weak from Mon Monday londay Menday ¬
day and will be devoted lo to the elsjc elsjctton election elaclion
lion of officer and business businessAt bualneBSAt
At the regular lar meeting of the tb Unity Unityclub Unityclub nuy nuyclub
club tomorrow evening Rabbi Rev Reynolds ReJold Revfolds > ¬
folds old will 111 speak on The Recent RecentGrowth eeentGrowth RecentGrowth
Growth and Probable Future lutureof of 3ecc Getrmany Oetmany < 3eccmany
many Socialism Mrs William WUU n H HFish HWh HFish
Fish will discuss dJ c1lB8 the literature literatureof of the thepresent Utepre thepresent
present ent day speaking speakl especially e IY of Sud Sudderman Sudd Sudderman
derman d man and Hauptman and Mrs Ag Agnes Irna Agnes ¬
nes Osborne will have charge char e of the themusic themUlde themusic
music from tro Richard Straus StrausThe SrauBThe
0 0Tue
The last meeting of the year for the theWasstch tbeteta theWastch
Wasstch teta Literary circle will be held heldTuesday heldTuesday I ITaeeda
Tuesday Taeeda afternoon at the home of o Mrs MrsLina MrsLina MrsLina
Lina Williams A book review will be begiven begiven begiven
given by byXr Mrs Byron Cummings and nd a ageneral apReral ageneral
general discussion will follow followThe followThe
0 0The
The hous6 decoration section of the theLadies f fLadiea ILadlea
Ladies Literary Lite club will hold another anotbermeetJnc anothermeeting
meeting May 25 Mrs 8 F Fenton will willve willgive
give ve a paper on uTran Transcontinental TranscontinentalArchitecture TranseonjnentalArchltecthre con ental entalArehltecUtre
Architecture in America AmericaThe U UThe
00 00The
The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Pioneerswill Pioneerswill Pioneerswill
will hold their regular meeting Tues Tuesday T Tday Tuesday ¬
day May M at the home of Mrs X W WN WN T TN
N Williams WilliamsTh WilliamsTAt
C 0 0Tli
Th TAt Daughter of the Revolution wlfr wlfrm 111 111ID4et ililnet
ID4et m et tomorrow afternoon with Mrs MrsLucy IrsUley MrsLacy
Lucy W Smith SmithThe SmltbThe SmithC
C C C CThe
The P E O society will meet next nextSaturday nextSaturda cc1 cc1Saturday
Saturday Saturda at the home of Mrs A J JGorham lGorham JOorham
High m k School Boy SoyaAnanIng Arranging to toSpend toSpe toSpend
Spend Spe Fire iy Days at Logan LoganThe LoganThe
The local Elks are making ma tlnc arrange arrangements arraagements arrangemonte 1
ments to attend in a body the annual annualconvention annualconentlon annualconvention
convention of state lodges to be held heldthe heldthe
the middle of next month at Provo Tile Tnepresent Tilet Thepresent I
present t intention is 1 to go south t on a aspecial aspecial
special = train which Wc may y Include cl coaches coachesfrom cochesfrom Ohe Ohefrom
from Ogden n and other points further furthernaMK furtherTIII furthernj
naMK nj TIII VimBait dllillt 1t Jaimijy lJrt Gln ty bucks have havebast baves havedene
dene s on the prle to be uffenod for the theapt8nnc
1 bast appearing and finest t uniform dnltonnI lodge lodgehjT
hjT I 10 the Elks parade That means the thelocal theloiml 6ci 6ciIotal
local boys bo will wear a uniform They TheywHl Thtywlli Theywilt
wilt be bebeajed beaded by a band presumably presumablyHekTs prt8U1U presumablyhelds ly
HekTs and do a little serenadingwhile serenadingwhilein ererudJos acre adingwklle adingwklleIn w le leIn
in that city cityThe eft eftTile cityrho
The executive committee of the Provo Provoledge PrtWoI Provolodge
ledge I c having the convention entertain entertainment entertainMent entertainmont ¬
ment and amusement in charge will willmeet WI WIJlHtt w114 w114elect
meet at 11 oclock this thl morning morningnumber A Anumber 4 4number
number of local I Elks will attend Not Notonly 1100 1100only Noonly
only to learn what Is going BOln on but t tIcpd tO tOlead f flend
lend a helping hand in the matter of ar arranging argI arringIng
ranging gI minor details detailsAn detailseffort detailsn
An n effort is to be made by the Provo ProvoBlks Pr Promoks o oto
Blks = ks to secure attendance noM lodges in inIdaho InIdaho
Idaho 1 ho Colorado and Wyoming The raiH raiHroads rail railroad raIlroads
roads have agreed to t make a special rte rtefor ratsfor I Itor
for the occasion o caelon and it is anticipated anticipatedthat anttclpat1 anttclpat1that anticipatedthat
that Elks from the noighboring common commonwealths commonJ commonJwealths commonwealths
wealths will take advantage of f the lo loW r rfare
fare to visit Provo participate In the thefestivities I Ife Ifestivities
festivities fe tlvttles of the tlt occasion and make Dl e it itone itone
one of the most successful 2Iucee eful fraternat fraternalgsthertnm fraternattbenD fraternatgehedngs
gsthertnm tbenD ever held in ttah ttanThere ItahThere ttahThere I
There is already considerable talk rela relative relatlve relative ¬
tive to which city shall have the honor of ofentertaining ofentertaining ofentertaining
entertaining the Elks In 1906 19 Ogden Ogdenfeels Ogdenfeels II
feels that she is I entitled to it and is isworking IIIN iswbrking
working N hard to get the reunion She Shewas 8htwasPloves Shewas
was wasPloves Proves most formidable opponent opponentwhen opponentwhen I
when the organization wan perfected in inthis Inbla inthis
this city clt last year Park City and Eu Eureka Eureka Euielia ¬
reka are a also after the honor and prom promhie promto promlas
las to give 1ve vc Ogden a haru fight before beforethe beforetile beforethe
the contest t is settled UJed by ballot ballotOOOOOQOOQOCXDOOOOOOOOOOOO ballotooooooooocxxxOOOOOOOOOO ballotcoooooooooccooooooooco
o 0
0 Eo Homt aomAgstn Again O OO
0 The popperton popp rton man has returned 0 OO
0 from the far east He is loaded Q QO a I
O with information about New Fort 0 ODouglas 0Q I
8 Q Douglas Do g and nd the plan of the gov 0 0 Oernment 0ernment
0 ernment to park aU around pop 0 OO 0o
O perton and make the Penrose e Q QO 0o
O Drive the swell treelined brook Q QO 0o
O bordered thoroughfare to the gar ar O OO 0o
O rIsen Over this drive lightning 0 OO 0o
O legged horses e are to draw the gay 0 OO 0o
O equipages e8 of the future and arado O OO
O cheffoniers are to propel the au autooI u O Otoiaobile
0 toiaobile tooI Go and see the popper poppero Q
Q ton man His Hi palatial office is at ato O
O 75 West Second South street He lieg O Ois
8 is almost always in and is a good Cooddeal gooddeal O Odeal
deal better than he look looks Really O OO 0o
O you U will like Ukebim him And d then be beQ Q
O can tell teUyou you all about popperton O
0 arid the rapidly rapl maturing mator plan toQ toQO to tomake
O 3 make that sightly latI healthful 10 10o loQ loQO
O cality the fittest ftttestplace place in Salt Lake Lakeo Q QO
O to live liveoooooooooooooooc O OOPOPOOCXXDCXXXXOOOOOOOOOD
400 400Pho
Th The Xrorlasting Jating Truth TruthDeny TruthDeny th thDeny
Deny it itdl8pute dispute It Itscoff scoff at it itlir1Je itlir1Jeagatnat itargeagainst rgue rgueagainst
against it Itshut shut your eyes to it itit if you youwHl YOuwRl YOUwill
will but the unalterable imperishable imperishableuncontradictable Imper1ahable1InCOntracliciable Imperishableuncontradictable
uncontradictable fact i IItbat that as sure surea sureas
as a Salt La Lasyllable Lalfr t to be to the verylut verylutIiable very laM laMsyllable
syllable Iiable of Recorded time the greatest greatestcity toft toftelur
city of thev intermountaln thelDtennountalli vest rest just justso Justso I
so s pUre re will popperton be the most mo mostfaihlonable t
fasktonabie tbe most beautiful bea Uiul the themeat tl1emcIIt themacat
meat healthful bealtbtuland and foot for foot fQOttbe fQOttbebJe fqotthemoat the themoat
moat valuable bJe residence portion of Salt SaltLake SaltI41le
Lake 14 I41le Location to tlon view building restrie restrietkHM ri I It1oss1go
tkHM t1oss1go goo air government nearby im impravomeuts mlpr
pravomeuts pr VOOmilz tato to cost e a million muttCan4 and div diven dl dlen dlvera
en and sundry other things th too nu numerous DU1MIOU numorons ¬
morons to mention mentionaU all guarantee rntee it itReasonable itprIce I IResaonsW
Reasonable prices and good terms nns are areoffered areoffered I Ioffered
offered yoti o By B and ancIbye bye 70 you will bay bayWhy Ita ItaWhy buyWhy
Why not now Coming events east easttheir coOttheIr t ttheir
their shadows before beforeooooooqooocooopoooooooop
O ooooooqooocooopoooooooop arptsjal XaQoa OO8 OO8o 0 0P
P Adjusted Oiled and Proof TetO > I Io
O Send O OP i
P The planets in their splendor may y Q 0o
P cease to troop the t he skies f fP P > I Io
P The setting sun forget to give the 0 OO
O clouds el its wondrous dyes 0 CP
0 The Tb moon her guiding hand nsajf ma X Xo O OO
O take from tides that ebb and 4 O OP
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beat oxygen o n producers The protest processa
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No Matter How Large They Are or in What WhatTown WDatTown Whata WhatTown
Town City State or Territory TenitoryIf
t C 1 rm1i If I 1 did not ho know I could collect your bill I certainly W onld not 1M b paying out mo money to advtts advttsIke d c l
4 i Ike ke k vadreds ed of satisfied tided clients that are axec continu continua11y tinullj llj talking tlkiA fornae throughout the eosatrj e08AtryW this ad l it sure e b bfloar i Wbf WbfrMd
rMd MiliM l teCHlr < Mir ofice oceIJ for collection and I Iciu am JUst as a sure 1iJureto sureto to collect these claim el a4 Make ke r 7 im 1 eaMinliMsiati eaMinliMsiatithereoB eui II r I NU1I NU1IthOCOOflf I Ithere
thereoB thereoBf there thOCOOflf D Dff
ff f 1 laCTajpfeise l i if w10Lt10e because t I want jour claims for forcollectioD collection My At y ability to make collections where all tMn th H haT bare Aiitesl hu huenabled JIuebled hacenabled
enabled n MC e to toIuild build up the largeet eoUeeti coltection n business b lIineH in the worJdWJ worjd worjdi
i t i14WM7 VW WJ J no not list li t 7 Jour ° ttr aecouD accounts co nta 8 among Il many hat will be listed lis t d and collected as a a remIt ef thIs aLT For efevroi e1gs y asgg asggi at atI
I i hare been making collections for hundreds of people in every Cler Y section of the covntrj mad I am ccaIt c ni < < sit that I IcolectioDs tax s Btari Btaricollections k kcollections
collections for you youThis youTlits I IThiS
This bnsinew btul is iJlo is no side de iscne iune with wit1t1IiI i ii We V e do not ell r reaJ eal estate e tte write 1Iri j insunuce tu t nor or lou MSSHJ hot we aatkhtt hi hidebts bsJdebta
debts regardless r rdleM of lodge politics or OlrIUkieB r reIiIn lkin < We re collect bad baddebts debts and aD41aUkiact all al1kindi klaoj of account uts ad 1e l ta of thesm LI LIbit8fncM tc Its ItVatffce sot sotbusiness
bit8fncM business
We expect to coned twice ag nyaceDtI ny aecoas Dotes aDd judgments this year as we did during 1 1EleTen IJOLEleven
Eleven years of continued aette Tirttro1ls e experience rieDee e omh in contact with all JIU manner of coudithms yo prali4i prali4iand uae uaeaDd
aDd hAs prepared me for eoUediDC our aegoants out aDd baDdIin g Jour business better than any other eoIledor in teef teefI tance tanceKleren
I EeT Kleren n1ean years ago thi this institution wu MFnized by 100 merchants in thin city I have been t1ut Geeral aner of it itince
atffce June Sth Oi 1893 We Ve now occupy fire rooms on the top floor Ao lb or of the th Commercial National tloD Bank Building h ave fie e special specialreprosentatiTes eeial eeialreprtsentatFres
reprosentatiTes ra1 > ttie throughout the entire United States with our 011 r own offices at Boise Boi Ctty I u and Sxiololu a1u Qtj Hawaii HawaiiTerritory llaw BawaijTemtory i iTe
Territory Te ioryal and yet we feel that we have only commenced We pay commissions commissi ns to everybod eve who O ho Juts puts us on to deaifteats dea t All in inforiaadon information
formation strictly tnCtl confidential confidentialOur con condentialOur dentlalOur
Our sheoess has been entirely due d du to the results ts of good hard conscientious work wo otf o our part mild uirasil appweiaitfom appweiaitfomtherefor appte pp gou goutherefor
therefor on the part of our patrons patronsHere patronsHere patronsHere
Here Are Some SomeGood Good Dollars DollarsCollected
Collected from Some Bad Debts
1 587110 587110Wul1eNd 371OO 371OOWe 71OOWe
We Wul1eNd odlected 37100 for Mrs AUee Aheeikscaion Aheeikscaionah itea < B4 kkt1 ht < w wSalt t tlWc
Salt ah Ii eq 141 I k oorotjr Utah This claim was eell elisted Btetl hy us in I Ir
36 3 jftqr as11 itfjBthcr r with t3710 3710 attorneys fees T TS49OOO
49000 S49OOOWe 49000y 49000We
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We collected OOO 49aoo for B BtK K BIo Bloch 4 ISOO foIfhotesl foIfhoteslLiquor WbOIOSAIO WbOIOSAIOI h 1 1from
Liquor I Dealers Ie from an eight ciahteaH yearld aotejb iejJM everybody everybodypi hJy hJyl
pi l Jto o pllect Wlf w collected il iD i tbmweek th4s We told them tIIemeoJI tenia
a Q3j eoJI 4 they ggv t bu JIeir Ir Credit iti Creditiili
i t iili jew14iL Wogot 1 it just t I 1
l We e collected another debt for B K Bloch 4 Co COt COtbac amount amounting amoantB
> bac B to 30000 It wasnt so 0 easy It took tookua us tgfo o jean of ofhard oftchtiDg ofq
q = hard igbting and we had five lawsuits o over er it It v w s in inc11 a aj at
c11 j 4 nent tDt t when wn it came to us The firms firm attorna > ha4 failedoeoIJeet failedoeoUeet failed failedio
> oeoIJeet io eoQect it We got the money moneyS855OO
85500 S855OOWc 85500W
Wc W collected eo ted 50000 50000 also aL o 8OO 8 rOO 00 for or George Q Cannon CannonSons Canonb
b Sons Co It was a very bad debt Tin 1JeaI 1JeaU65 7 7S2650O ysS
S2650O S2650OWe U65 U65We 26500We
We collected g 651 5j for Martin Nadrf Nadel the CkHhier CkHhierMSome erSome OIotbrSonie
Some people bopt dont like us
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Rooms Rooms 117 H8 118 119 124 and nd 125 Commercial National Bank ank Building Ba ldlng i I
Sail SitiaIC AaKe L e City Utah U S So A A
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