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THE SALT JLAK1D LA t HERALD WJJ W1IThESDAY lmESlJA l < 2SUAr JUNE 22 2 1904
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Jane brwes bds were w re la evidence to the thecounty tIaeeoUD tec4MJnty
county eoUD darks u office yesterday 7 During Duringtbe Duringthe ItII
the tar ata ametea accompanied by their theirprospective theirrrteetln theirprospecdY
prospective basbsjtds 11 procured marriage marriagelieen mrringellceJleis
lieen lieenIt llceJleis llceJleisIt
It was w a coincidence which caused com comment comlQent cornrnit ¬
ment te tIM office that not one of the tbecoup theeoupi thecoupua
coup coupua was w married fa i the building buildingTh buildIncTht buildingThi
Th < record was established td last year yearbou yearboth J Jabouc
abouc both the th middle of June when twenty twentypi twen twenf twentytiix
f pi tiix ix x couple applied for < and received 11 11censes 11f 11tenseg
censes f < nae Yesterday y was w the > first day this thismonth thismonth thIsmonth
month that tbe June H83 3 record has hastome ha haome baciome
tome ome anywhere ywhe near being approached approachedUnless approacbedEnleu approachedUnIes
Unless there is a rush in the marriage marriagelicense marriageJieenee marriagelicense
license business between now ow and July 1 ltlua 1this 1thie
this month will go down In the annals annalsof annala4f
of the county clerk clerks office as apoor a one onein
in Cupids line of business The first firsttwo flnntwo firatI
I two weeks In the month IaODthtiely saw compara comparatively cparaiivtIy ¬
tively few licenses taken out It wept 1 1from
from bad to worse e until yesterday when
there was a jump jumpName jumpof jumpNa
Na Name of the Bridal TeJrs NnThe PskThe TeJrsThe
The licenses issued y yesterday yeeterd y were ere as
follows followsJsis fiUowsIt
Jsis It e K Bergman n Sast lutJon29 ast Jordan Jordn29
Elizabeth H Owen Bast st Jordan 3
J Jd dJard ward Moore Salt Lake City catyI 27 7 7el1e
Xelle el1e Pinkerton Baltlike City City1111am 25
Avuiiam illiana Hansen Mt M Pleasant t 23
iueUa I uefl Ellison on Nenhf N Neqh4 bt 19 19I
I lcnnaxt B K Pearson West WestJprdan Jprdan 30
Rosalind Glover Lent JS5
Orson W Wright Mill 1I1 Creek Vre tt 2
Zina Hansen Sugar 19
l tPr fro HUldwaJl jr Salt Lake City CIt 23
affvtew ie c m =
Itaiph lIph lUtben l dt t Lake City ty 1
Marguerite Margut > rlte Stevens Salt Lake City
LVJ L Wright Coalville CoalvilleRuth CoalvUleRuth CualvilleRuth ft
Ruth M Irf Oviatt Farmlngton Farll FarmtngtonamuM nlfton nlftonamuet
Samuel Kirkman Salt Lake City 36
Gwyendolen G Vennette Kent Waah26
Thorns A A Lowry Lowry8aJt Salt alt Lake City 23 23rah 238arah
Sarah rah E Spry pnr Salt Lake City CIt 21
William D Cummings w Wilford 23
Laura Adams Layton hM
J JlIn JIi hn B I Ericsson Murray u 29
Marg Marguerite tierite Obenand Murray 2t J
Thomas 1 iOma B B Redmond Salt Lake Citya City 29
Klira L I Hunter Salt Lake City K KIt
1 4 Arthur J 1 BIshop Salt lake Ciq City29
I I11e Ua E Rich Bait It Lake City City11rom 29
Jivrum 1 I S rum A A Christensen Salt Lake CityZJ
Mary A Birkinabaw Salt Lake City38 City 18
Jaineu Jam > A Fishburn Brigham City Cltyt1 27
Martha Boden Callan Brigham City2 City 14
James Jam B Thompson Salt Lake City CityJI 29
Phoebe R Hay Salt Lake City Ifi
George D Casto Salina SaUnaAnna 25
Anna Wilbelmaon St Paul Minn25 Mtnn 2
A August uauat A HJorth jr Salt Lake City CltyJ5 25
Charlotte Neibaur Salt Lake City CityI City29 M
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N NElARRANSEMENTS NElARRANSEMENTSI E A ARRANGEMENTS ARRANGEMENTSInformtWwi ARRANGEMENTSInfornisiu
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InformtWwi Inf fr Teachers Often Oftenin
in 1 Letter by W J JKtrr JKerr 1 1Krr
Kerr KtrrPresident KerrPr
t President Pr m a Kerr of the AcriepK AT el eltural J Jtural
tural colitis director and state Ittateor manager managerof naer naerof
of the National Educational association associationfur
fur Utah UthhaS has issued a circular letter to totht tothe tot
the t h teachers of the state relative to the theassociation theSiociatloa thettsociailon
association meet1n meeting this month month in St StLouis 8tlui StLu
Louis Lu uI Theaddress The iLddle8a contains valuable in infrraatioa infnrmattOR j
1 frraatioa rmation for those who are contem contemplating coDtem coDtemlatlQir contemilatlng ¬
plating atCsedsBg t 4tie ucsrtnn of teat
bly JOV 0 It readn Iiv ds asiro aaMIou vIIO > wsT
0V TItthe ru the Teachers of Utah I
The fortythird annual meetingof meetiUJ of the th thational
National ational Educational association wfll be
heist in St Louis June 27 f to July 1 1 VSL
Fiftyfive < jftyfJve teachers teacbe from Utah attended at
the meetings mee of the association at Boston
last Ja t year It is estimated ued that at toast
2 200 > JO fvhi will w bvear I be present at the St Louis meet
lI1 inKs
should arrange to s sDeIIiW lit litast
J jast ast two weeks in St Louis Tl T6ere Tha regu
lar work of the association a will be de deoiod lie lieulfd asotd
oiod mainly to the general and depart ¬
ment meetings for which programmes p
have iut he1V ve been ht prepared with special t reI >
PQ cncf < to the various school 1lte systems of ofdtt ofdttttttl tiif
irtmt < > rtnt countries n as a exemplified S pI inthe in the
ttttl ttttln ttttlbl2 bl2
educational exhibit to the Palace of t Ed t ¬
ucation The week following the con eGatIltion eonkrltion ¬
vention will be t devoted to the study of
th educational and other exhibits under
ih I h > guidance of special s assistants who
will wi II be in attendance that week only to
hid National Educational > ssocfa soa4Jon fon n
members mmbe All meetings of the conven conn ¬
tion ti n will be held on the exposition
pnunda in close proximity to the tbedlt dlf di
itint exhibits exhibitsUt exhibitsl
Ut l diiced d IC hotel rates and special l admla allmJsn
i hlfl j n concescfona LOR51OflS to the exposition eQ have haveiii haresecured
n secured for JDelPbeN ot the Nation NOoDii
iii ii d Educational association la order OtdSttO OtdSttOure to tos toture
s ture > < ure these concessions concee lons teachers should oUld oUldIdln
itiin Idln their membership certificates ceyticatesini ceyticatesinindiately lcarte im a amjiatdy
nudiateiy upon their arrivaJt tn St Louis
Members I > mbfra of thereception the reception committee coall ttee will willuipt will1IIPd willuIt
uipt teachers at the railway stations stationsHiil stationsiender tatloR8f
f Hiil i render If > nder any assistance desired Mesa 11 111shlp
1 ershlp > ish Ip registration regf etratlon and assignment DIDeat to toi tr trTommodati toC
C < i < > mmodati3 > na will be made at theSt the St
Louis I uis Music 1c hall corner of Olive aau aM
Fourteenth t = b bt streets tse or at the e three tb tbIiI Ttir Ttirentrances aln alntn
tn entrances trances to t the exposition grounds or orn orHt
n IiI the town hall er the hotel The la I ISIJt Inaith
eidf Inn within Vie e grounds groundsAfter groundsAfter
After careful Intestigation neatIgatIon ttcatlOl1 the head beatQlIarLrs heedcuarLra ¬
quarters hotel The Inside Inn beauti beauti1i
fil fuy located to a forest on the highest highestgrounds bJ bJpmuds hlghmgruflds
grounds of tbe exposition inclosure and andthe andth
the th h Christian Endeavor hotel OB Oak
laja avenue near the entrance on the theFiuh tbet theuth
Fiuh t uth side of the tbeexP exposition Mduon < grounds are arei re
i oonynended These e hotels have acl aclmodations a amoria amudations
modations moria Hon for between 8W 8 and andpuests findUfst8 nd ndguts
guts Ufst8 National Educational asaocta asaoctair
ir J11t J > mbers are given a rate of H 1 a day for forr torrom forrom
r rom 10 m or tl aa a day for roam and meal
rur f h If < > are many other good 00d hotels and andute aidikiite
ikiite W ute tt > boarding houses that give 1ve ve spe spejj 1Ip p8 p8NatlatiI
t11 r4 jj National Educatl Educational asaoeiat asaoeiatT asoqtaUon asoqtaUonr4 t1on t1onT
T 1 National Educational Educa opal association aociat
1 < iiiarters will be in the th Mrasejurt attei state stateThe
> i JIg g The Th Utah headquarters win be beth
f th h Utah state building located Bear Bearfiside lIeUt
t fiside Inn Inntive Innt InnVP
tive VP t member p frecn fre Utah wilt meet meett
t tin t th 1 headquarters Tuesday at i30 p pm pmr m miu mI
> r iu I i Durpoae of selecting el lnlr a member of oft ofh
i tu h Dominating committee oemmitteeKiiiiroad committeeu m1ttee m1tteeHilroad
Kiiiiroad u road rates from fie Utah for the Na
1 f la I ICducatieaal association are the theii theas
ii > as theaacBosttion the ezpouitlon tlon rates rat advecticed ad adIh
iv i Ih tht railway railwa companies pan1N Information Informationsirui Intormatlolat
t Ii sirui re1 r si regarding ardlu rate may be obtained
l fIn m fl the local udwt UCU agents agentaW
W J j KERR KERRInnr
ixr Innr tor and andSt9e State te Manager of f the H NE NEtfrUtak > E Elr
tfrUtak fr lr < Utah taIL
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fSTAElUSHED JSB4 JSB4ONE THE THENINTH 5 NINTH
DAY OF OFThe OFS
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The 0 Greatest Price Slashing SlashingThis f
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This Great Store Ever Had Starts This Morning and It It is safe to say that in the theeight i ieiht
S eight days that have passed more firstclass merchandise hasbeen hu distributed
ONE J N E PRICE P PRI R I c E TD AL ALL L N D among amongthe
= NEVER EV E RUN UNDEWSaLD C f flS D L D the people of Utah at Ba Bargain aln Prices than was ever known bolO befortflTHIS I ITHIS t
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THIS GREAT T CLEARING SALE SALE SALEMeans
Mea Means s the Greatest Saving to the Laborer as well as to the Capitalist and thousands have taken takenvantage ad
J vantage of this rare opportunity during the past eight days Thousands have already been benefited
Thousands are aresinging singing the praise of F Auerbach A erbach Bro Why not you Take a look at our Show Win ¬
dows see how the prices have been wrecked the reductions are proportionate in every Department t
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FOR THIS GREAT CLEARING IS THE WONDER OF THE YEAR YEARITS YEARniij1To i
f fITS
ITS niij1To UP TO irjtj YOU 7rLiE THE DOORS OPEN AT 9 OCLOCK THIS MORNING i
K k OF P HOLDING HOLDINGANNUAL HOLDINGANNUAL HOLDINGANNUAL
ANNUAL CONCLAVE CONCLAVEP CONCLAVEDesatu
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P Pius rII if Stats StailTHEY
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THEY HOLD A STREET PARADE PARADEXUBCTTOV PAlA iE iEm1ICftO
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PytbiaA Knight X from aJI over the thesUte uealate
sUte came cam into the city early ead7dr yester yesterday ¬
day morning w to attead their tlle raanuaJ annual eee eee8km 1Ie8Ioa seeelan
8km All day long Ion they were we seen up upand lipand upand
and down de the main street reae reaeold renewingold renewing renewingold
old acquaintances and greeting tl friends friends9he ftieDd8anAual Mends1tip
9he annual grand 4oog ge seeolon fthe
Blnigats Km5 tB of Pythias was opened yester yesterday ye yesterday ler lery ¬ I
day y morning rn lf in Castle ball at 10 10oiiBck 1 1G 19
oiiBck 1leck 77X
G A Ani1ty Asyentyfive >
JBeventyfive syentyfive ni1ty ftve member repreaentwg repteeent tg
tile twentyone lodges in the state statewere statewere t te tewere
were present pre ent H N Standisb Standi Standichance1Jor graJQd graJQdchancellor gruidchancellor
chancellor presiding Te TtleJpomliqr morning morningsession uiornffigeeuNhi
session was devoted to the examina examinatton amlntUon assnilndtion
tton of credentialir and in forn tog ng a apermanent apermanent apermanent
permanent organization organizationAt organizationMtheattgr1io
At Mtheattgr1io ueaft the afternoon Jloo6re aesaioB sa4oreprt reports Ftf from fromvaeieue fromvarious
various oamflutt eemittesweeooa4and lItMitt eewerHvea4 we aad aBdcuaaed din dincussed
cussed Some new legislation in re re
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H K aTUDISK TAJf DISH BAJfD C1U1fCJIIiLOL
gard 554 to the relation of the separate
lodges to the grand lodge was adopted adoptedThis adoptedThta adoptedThis
This morning mlng tbe lodge will proceed proceedto
to the election of officers It is con conceded conceded conceded ¬
ceded that W R White aNl asSistant bult attorney at gttorney
torney general will be elected without withoutopposition withoutopp withoutopposition
opposition opp to succeed H N Standish StandishMi
Mi grand rand cbancetlor The leading can candidates candidates candidates
didates for vice chancellor are C C J J
If McNitt cNitt of Salt Lake aad J 3 M Beatie Beatieof BeatIaof
of Scofield now grand prelate pr late C W WCorfield wCodk WCorAsid >
Codk Corfield Id i Ja expected to be elected electedgrand el eld eleen eleengrand
grand d prelate Iate and W H Young grand
r egcnsqar egcnsqarLmat
Laat t evening jft knights formed in
line and beaded by the t th State ta Band of
Utah marched march d to the ball hailA i iA IA
A picked team entertained en the mem ¬
bers with wi J an eranpliflfetUoa qtl of O t tTd d lrd
degree e rank woril Wor ork Three membere ben wet
initiated initiatedAfter initiatedAfter InitiatedAfter
After the initiation a banquet I enquetwu enquetwudheld was
dheld held to which over OV 3ft members sat t town
1 down downSuaa own
ownDlAD a
AL DlAD TZ P48 P48Suasa
Suaa T Stnolctna 8 mJdns and husband Ia to toa4e 1
a4e ie e Anderson tot 3 3 bloekAft block 34 34Alien 24AIe < 1
Alien Aft AIe T f i HJJey Rile ieT 10 Mary iiU Jane Jait afte e COP COPgrove Cosgrove It
grove lot 5 block 32 plat AJP A Aanc
1Vancee anc De Jroot to JOhn L King i
Iota 18 1 and 1 19 block 2 2 Maiu Jif e1n and
State street subdivision J t
Luoius L Woodruft et al 1 to Ella 8
Spars lot Iot8 8 Meek b1oc rl plat F 5 M 2419
William J ifenzics to o Belle Mc UIIj
Cary ReedaM part of lot 7 block
12 4 plat F ii 2500
D Dtvld < ivi 11 < i A Anderson and wife tte to Kate
E Siiu S 11 r lot 7 block U 13 plat J 1 40 < V
Fr O 1 i ii < Aha t Lsngton to t WUl1a1I wUH ii
O Foora section on 7 U > vasbtr vasbtrsouth pbl pblauuth t tfiOulb
south iane lanpt 1 east lffiO
Mamie E Wright right and ii d husband to
Peter Fay Fa lot 3 block 3 2 Hamp
tons subdivision Hubdil ion lUOO I
Joseph Booth and wife to Elizabeth
W V Wapsiaff YH Sltlff lot 1 4 block Iti 1 j jdat jdatB > at atpart
B I
1 F T i f 1 rn f i i I Ipart I
part oi 4 J t > j1 i L i
F M i Teeta and wife to Lo Erd Erdmann Erdmaan Erdmann
mann lots 36 3 to t 40 inclusive i block
S I Lincoln LI ln Park 800 11
Carrie M Sorensen S renstn et t at to Carl
F Olsen Iota 10 nd d 1L 11 bloejt bl ek 3 3
Davis Pharp aid Strnper ad
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OPIUM JOINT RAIDED RAIDEDSix
Six White men enAre ei Are Arrested ArrestedWh Arrest ArrestWhIh ArrestdWMI
Wh WhIh SekiJIItheDd SekiJIItheDdI SmOking the Dead Deadly DeadlyDrii ¬
ly I lyDriiAs yDrute yDrutethe Draft DraftAs
As As the result re f a raid made JD last night
by Deputies Cowan Cn wteele teele Sharp harp Booth Boothand Boothand
and Edwards on a noose at 22S East BaatI
I Third South street slij stl > 1 men mi were ar arand Ui
i rusted all uDder the Influence of opt opium
I and taken to tbe county Jail
The men en who were taken Into Rto custody
were E O Miller F M Wells William
I Andrews Jim Williams Jin J JI Jarbert and
i Frank F Barnes Barn Miller and Well it
is alleged leced are the proprietors of the the1be th
letat otet t
The place has beea under police ous ousoa
melon for several wahs Under dine
tJ9n oa of Sheriff Emery who bad received receivedTAKES
I a tip that the opium den en was as running Jal in
fll1l blast the raid was u made
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TAKES TAKESFRECH FREHeH FREi H lEA LEAVE LEAVESUpii LEAVErivIige YE YEcu
cu Priu rivIige w Wauia PriIIoJIer PrisosarSIiii
SUpii 8U Away JW n JaiL JaiLJessie JaU3e JaiLJes
Jessie Jes le Davis I a younp youn woman Wo n ptiaoner
at the county jail made her escape about
J 9 > oclock ocJoekla last t night from the ante room j
in which she was temporarily confined
and was not apprehended ended until several i
hours later when she was w taken into
custody eustod by Detectives Detecti yea Qiaee and Burt BU rt
The woman wfmte Wh only 1 ML 1 years of age j
was arrested Moftday K y afternoon and was
committed to the tJa county jail yesterday i
by Judge DIehl awaiting aal the result of her I
preliminary heaifng on a grand larceny I
chargeLast ctarge ctargeLast charge I
Last night while th tM attaches of the theeounty >
county jail were busy with the fumigating
process s which is being in If used to disinfect dh Infect
the prisoners pr lOners quarters g rters the fair pri prisoner prisonerwalked prisonerwalked oner
I walked lked out I She was wa arrested in the
Railroad Exchange 3T lit West South Tem Temple Ternpie ¬
ple street streetDeputy
J Deputy flheriff Butler became greater greaterexercised greatlYlelCl8eld grea4Veaereed
exercised when Jbe he missed her and fat
lewed ed her but she be was as apprehended apprehendedshortly apprehendedshortly prehen ed
lelCl8eld shortly after atterhfll Ida departure departureWOILDS clepartult
t WORLDS F FAIR Aft AftVia i EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
I Via Denver Den 4k 110 tto 0 Omide OmideTo OnacleTo
To St Ismta and return return4229 um I42M M
I 1 To Chlagb and retoni retis p 4710 47
To St Louis and return retirn via Chi Chidago ChiaJO i
dago or vice verse V ersage1I3ngd a > 11 SO 50r8el 09 09SeUtftffvdates
SeUtftffvdates r8el fttr dat tez Tuesday Tsedayand and an Friday Frl of ofeach ofweek teieach
each week Stopovers allowed Final Finallimit Finalt yjtilimit
limit t sixty 4ays > frpm 4a 4 4ae e of sale Pull Pullman PulJIIIaJa Pullman
man and tourist t url8t sleepers tbrough to St t
Low without change Choice Cb ce of ofroutes ofrotea ofeontis
routes rotea flee any D 1 R Q agent agentWMi DLfDAl agentRRIDI
WMi fDAl VEIL FALLS FALLSAND FALLSAND FALLSANDRETURN
AND ANDRETURN BETURH 125 125Via t 125Via 25 25Yta
Via D 4 Jt G Sunday June 26 26JMagnif 26agnitjelit 26Magniti
JMagnif agnitjelit ent sentry Dazzling vat wat4 < r rfsiis rfti
fsiis f Routing cataravi atnuwcappeumountains atnuwcappeu riuwrappedmountains luwca luwcaJDoUntains
mountains Beautiful wild flowers flowersSpeckled flowersSpeckJed
Speckled cl ed beauties beauU leaping and playing
in the sunlight delight the heart ht art of the thesportive thesportive thesportive
sportive fisherman Firstclass truut truutand trnutand trutarjd
and chick eticken n dinners strvej rvej at rpper rpperFadh 1rlperad lpperS
Fadh ad lesurt < svrtt < t rcusonablt r onail late rat l I LuVt LuVtLa 1avdt ave aveilt S
ilt Lak La s a 1 m 1L lietuuiii l e4 luU Itvt
Upper Fans 310 p m and 9 p m mPftOYO mPROYO rnPROVO
PROVO CANYON CANYONAND CANYONAND CANYONANDRETURN
AND ANDRETURN RETURN 125 125Via 125Via 125vu
Via vu B B O GSUMSy fctttday June 26 26Leave 26Loave 6 6Leave
Leave Salt Lake 8 a a tn Returning
leave Upper Falls 310 p m and 8 p pm pm pTn
m Fishing for the fishermen Scenery
for naturelovers Good time for ev everyboiy e etrybldy evtry
eryboiy try body
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DEALERS REPORT REPORTA
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NowSiible NowSiibleSUPPLY Now GW 9iablSUPPLY Stable StableSUPPLYAHD
SUPPLY SUPPLYAHD AND DEMAND TALLY TALLYRS TAL TALLYVTJEM Y
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Betail market quotations quota 08t held firm and andaccordrag 1
according acconlhtcto to Iqcal dealers the tii prices oa oafrntts 011b ORftUIts
frntts and d vegetable b will re1 remain stable stableJor stahietoe t te
toe t 01 lbs Sbe re r t of the week The demand mhnd Jt and andMpjtfy 94 945MIY
Mpjtfy eIt arnb1dIng are hiding well t1PUMiif t1PUMiifhr Weth feUMK atp tfr tfrmeJoas
meJoas the hr Texas variety still tiU whosMwle whosMwleat e eat
at lb to t9 l JIper per doeflwhj do n whi wbiQtI h U a ajSEPOtY guaranty ty
that they thewiul will 11 not retaM Ie lower than n eo eocents G Gcents
cents ceu apiece iqit ce at least during d the presentweek present presentweek t tw twm
week weekAsparagus w weekAhpraim
Asparagus will soon be out of the mar market sr srke ¬
ket k ke entirely TIle Httle fitti left left has a apinched aplikhed
pl pinched Hint the night before4iook eIOOk that thatmakes thatmakes t tItk8Olaewbat
makes tk Itk8Olaewbat somewhat of a stayer staT on ondlen ondMlern the thedealers
dealers bands 1 Utah b cabbage to sow sowsefttag ao aot1ylower nowuehtnidt
uehtnidt sefttag at a sMghtly gbtly t1ylower tower Qgnre He Hewho aeW Bewbo
who W would Ud d enjoy enJoYnow a boqed b dinner WaxJ WaxJnow ma ma110W
now purchase pu hu the native aatiV4tbneheadfl1er cabhegea cabhegeathree cub9
three tbneheadfl1er heada tor 2 Z cents There f3fk itUW
California cabbage left on ODttae the market marketReferring
Referring to the rumor that mutton muttonand mutt8and muttonand
and veal were to drop materially I a local localbutcher loddbutelter Localbutcher
butcher stated ed that there was w no o change changeBeef c anpa
a tile prieM the former standing at I to
15 eepta per pound aINIthe and the latter at t 1
to 9 cents Cite I t baas still Wl retails at
35 een cents per pound
Yesterdays quotations quott1onaJIe
JIe Beef Ite 1to30eperIL to 20c per pauaa
Veal Veatprtae prime 12 m6 to t te e
Mutton Mutou8cto23c Mutou8cto23cPseb 8c to 15e 15eFeSt
FeSt Pseb e MB Itt to Ue
S Spring lambs lam front owrWsr j hisd hisdquarter
quarter fLM fLMDressad a aIe
Dressad lamb fte U K lamb chop chopBtfsjhw
Ie IeBeI Btfsjhw hares ttve beaIe liv ItJl ei pqe perj te teSack
Sack sek ha bps Kc per pou pout poaaO c cLt
temioB t Lt ITttc c per pound poundlie feN posn
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Officers to Give Gold Medal ts tsrational titional t tNational
rational tional Guard Member MembsrMaking Memberlkking
5 Making Highest Score ScortAt
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At the call of Brigadier General Cannon Cannonfifteen
fifteen of the officers met last evening eveningat eveDi eveDiat
at the armory to lay plans for the sum sumJBeI ¬
mers JBeI practice It was voted that the of
fi ficeis e should meet at Fort JtortDoUlllu Douglas at 9 9oclock 9vclock 9oclock
oclock next Sunday morning gnd shoot shootover shooteveI
over the fort range e The ofiicers of the
fort have offered to give any needed need das as assistance ass4pjsnce ¬
sistance taftce or instruction Instructionrue
The rue practice shooting will be under the thethis then
direction n of Captain 3 D Ford After
this preliminary meet tile officers will willmeet
meet and fix the dates and make all ar arra0gments arrangments r rnt8
ra0gments nt8 for the regular target prac ¬
tics Colonel J 7 A Greenewald has h of ¬
tend a gold medal to the members membe mak makthe
I log the highest leverage age score of the sea seahe 1Ieafh seaaop i
aop The fh he question of < an annual encam encamwas encampment encampmentwas leDt
was then discussed ed It was reported tha
the prospects prg pects were good for a portion at
least of the regiment at Fort Douglas Douglasmeeting Douglasmeeting
meeting m eUug with them th It was finally voted votedthat votedthat otedthat
that the officers should meet m et the gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor and his staff afed with tbem tltf1It tbe make makedeflnJte
definite arrangements If possible as to tothe tnthe tothe
the date toe place and other matters neces necessajr neceSto
sajr to holding the encampment eJlealDpmenLLECTURE cmpmentLECTURE j jLECTUfTE
LECTURE MMPARSIFAL tHf PARSIF PARS IFAL IFALroteuuor ALJ ALJProlor i iProfessor
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Professor A A AA1IIIUeDce A Stanley Addrsss AddrsssS ft ilil ililAudience
S Audience in tabernacle tabernacleAcombination trabemacl4CO bsrnacle4coination
4CO Acombination Aation of circumstances Ci rcU1 stances nade I
leet frt1ra last night nirhtbv by Professor er A A A I
y bead of fte rtment o 29UStC ste steat
at a t the University of Michigan anmuch anmuchof much H5 H5of It5 It5f
of o f a success tb than n It might have been b en enThat
That Professor Stanley is familiar with
his subject and well w lI qualified to sneak sneakon lipeakon
oq on o n the theWqnerlan Wagnerian themes there can be no noquestion noqueatlOJl nouestion
question q but the tabernacle was not notadapted notadapted notdapted
adapted a to ther therrequirements the requirements of the thespeaker tbespeaker thepeaker
speaker s and the beauty utyof of the lines was WIYfrequently wasrequently
frequently f lost to his listeners intense Inten Intent
though t h their Interest might be
Beginning with a a discussion of the theentaUon re recent rPeit ¬
cent c eit presentation entaUon of Parsifal apart apartr
from f r its traditional environment and in inviolation invi9IaUon Inolat4unof
violation v olat4unof of the wishes of Wagner Pro Pronley Pro Proensor
fII t ensor Ian1e nley Y Jayea crave a brief talk showing
PJp PJpY
that th thet29ereuthas t BaVretrth Hias was the natural and proper properplacet
placet pJa p lace for the great work needing an art artcentre artcenUe artentss
centre c of its own The story of Parsifal Parsifalfollowed PartlnaltPUo1fed PaiSifalppowed
l followed in brief outline Accompanying Accom Accompaflytflthis nylng
this were some stereopticon views show showing shOwIrlaln showag ¬
ing t ag the main characters In th thed thedLa the drama dramaLater
Later La the speaker took up the acts of the thegs theObe thera29
d ra29 Obe etaby y one ad read from the writ wratof writags
J ags gs of Wagner while Professor J JcClellan J JcC1 IMcleflan
cClellan cC1 and Willard Weihe W lh interpreted interpretedby
by b y means of the music the various themes themesTbe the theTh themesThe
The Th Megan i and violin ylol l number of the Good GoodridaV I IF
F Friddy ridaV music 5ic was one apl splendid adid Ud selection selectionAt I IAt
At the close of the lecture an informal informalnn Informalruetlon
ruetlon nn n was we tendered Professor l Stanley Stanleymusto StanleIty Stanleyy
Ity b y o musto 0 committee of the Corn Ceramerclal cemll CornmeVclal
merclal stub bo A fine m mfurnished musical pr programme programmewa4 e ew
w wa4 furnished furnil hed by Fred Graham GrahamGraham Wulard WulardWeihe WillardWethe
Weihe a and Jibs Aptba Berkhoel rkboel Mr MrGiahaas MrGtahm
Graham sang n two numbers All For ForYou ForY ForYou
You Y by > y DTiareiot and A Song of ofWeep ofmep of1ep
Weep S 1ep Mr Wefhee selection tlon was a asonata a80nata aonata
sonata s byBeethoven by Beethoven and Misg 1I 18 Berkboel Berkhoelsang Berkboela BerkbOelnug
sang s a selection from tro Mignon and In InSummertime InSUlDmerUaaett
Summertime SummertimeProfessor B ummertiaae ummertiaaeProfessor I
Professor r Stanley made a brief address addressexpressing addresag addresslcin9alng
expressing e g his admiration of the modern modernvirtue JDOderDot moderntrtde
virtue v ev trtde of energy ergy and force and speaking speakingespecially fPMldl11a11y speaklflnpaclally
especially e paclally 1a11y well of the Utah pupils with withbom wwhQa withwhom
whom bom he had come into contact About Abouta AbouthUndred
a a hundred guetts u ts enjoyed the event eYefttPUMPING eventPUWING
PUMPING OUT A DRUNK DRUNKww DRUNKJletJaodof
ww i Xetbodof Xethoi if CHvin G4vI Comfort to teIntoxicated toIntoxteated toIntagleatad
Intoxicated Han HanA ZenA
A new ne method of insuring against any I
bad after effects of a sprel spre was given givena
a successful cceiafu1 trial at the police D lLca station stationlast taUonDkbt stationest
last l est night It is simple and should have haveren havebeen
been thought of bag ago It Is implyre imply SIWPIYrenqvip
ren re renqvip tyvin = il the oauae osupeDr
Dr C t M Br Benedict t was w summoned suna ned to t tOolka
p olka headquarters shortly after atterT t oclock 0 oclockf k kto
to t o minister ter to an apparently poisoned pti80fted1ft poisonednaL
maih 1ft i The medico set up his stomach stomachamp stomachpup
Ifb pup u amp apparatus tU8 and proceeded to work workih workThe I
The ih poison was pumped p ped out to the theexteat I
extent of several ev ral quarts It deveLopedater developed developedlater v
later l that the contents ts of the man man1IeN MnsstoiMek mans mansatomsfh I
atomsfh were composed 184 chieflyof cbfly I of ofiau8rumentJ spir spirttUB 9irrn
iau8rumentJ l ttUB rn frumenU and mineral water waterIIOO AS ASsoon A Aman
soon IIOO as the doctor bad quit pumping the tbetieftt tMJll8tJt thepatient
patient tieftt announced that be feU tel much muchttejp machbett4f ueb uebbett
bett bett4f ttejp He H had a a narrow escape from frombeing fTombeIn hornbsing
being booked book bo as asI dnmk dnmkUffO di3nkS di3nkWO
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ocrats a split the Harrisonforces nominat nominatMr neftllDttaa nominatS
taa L s Mr Willis C Stone 8t and the Hopkins Hopkinsgdtlon Hopkinstion S
fa f gdtlon tion naming Tit Thomas mas McGrath
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of Sweden SwedenDeceased SwedenDeceased wsen wsenDeceased
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Woodmen of the World and the Paint Painters Painters Paintere ¬
ers union unuer whose auspices he will willbe wil1be willbe
be buried Notice of funeral later laterINVALIDS laterNo
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give your baby Mellins Food FoodIfelHns FoodMellin FoodMellins
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RISK 25 CENTS TO TOWIN TOWIN TOWINOVER
WIN WINOVER OVER 6000 6000Every 6000BYeIJ 6000Every
Every Ticket Purchased to Sattair Sattairfor kltIrfor Saltairfor
for Baal IBrtate Day Wednesday WednesdayJune WmeMqI Wdnse WdnseJun
June I 80 Gives i You a ato Chans Chansto Chnsin
to Win Big PigIn 1 Priae PriaeIn 1IrtIn
In order rder der t te make e R Rl al Estate Day at
Baltair June 29 a grand success the seem ¬
bees of the Salt Bal t Lake Real Estate assp aesoelation
elation along with ItII other public spirited
citizens have donated over 95090 5900 tNJO fn < fnestate J4IIa1 al alnOtate
estate and other valuable lle commoditiuU <
to be given ven away as prisM
I Each scent round trip trtpttcllet ticket purchases
to Baltair for Real Estate Association IaUoa Day
at Saltair June 39 will include a coupon couponentitling ceuponentitling II
entitling nttttl the holder to one chance to win w wi
i overSfOs9 ever worth of valuable primes Those
holding the lucky number will draw the
I greatest list of prises ever offered > in
Utah UtahYou UtahYou UtahYou
You can purchase as many y tickets aa
desired de 1fed at the uniform u price of X cents centseach ceatBeach centseach
each and thus thu8f if you buy individually or
form a club to buy S S1O
M tickets for JZJe w you have tea chances
to win J5flW J5flWtickets I Itickets
29 tickets 5 for Stt 41 you have 9 chances
to win 60 GIt GIttowi >
towikt 90 tickets kt for or fl 754 35 ou have y 90 0 chances
to towi win 9MM 41t S
40 tickets for H0 290 yen have ve 41 chances
to win I59W I59Wtickets
6 O tickets for J1iIt 1229 t r yon have Ye S 9i chances
to win 23000 5 i S
75 tickets ttc et8 for 17 1878 m you ha bIv > e to chances
to win i800 3i oa oaMO
MO tickets for fctt Spi yon 7 1Ia have MO chances
to win S6000 S6000S
S Wintickeb tickets for IHLOO 29 you yo ha have MO
chances to win 5009 5009sue se
sue tickets for H3 11529 0 you have fle szire 900 309S
S chances cI to win em 4
fUUI 9i3 j you 7O nave have 005
I S chances to win IMOB t se S
1060 rickets tot 305129 you on have 1 1 1510 00
chances to win S30M 001
So great is tIM array of prim that dubs
are already being formed d to buy large
Mocks of otUekEta tickets and individuals arc
sending in heavy hu orders ordersTHE ordersTHE ordersTHE
THE PRIZES
Here is a partial list of prima already
donated donatedSalt donatedSaJt donatedSalt
Salt Lake Real Be Estate association 17
lots In Wahoo Audltioa AtidJUoayalue value 1710
Houstop Hou to Real Estate Investment
company two lots la Boulevard Addi ¬
tion vatect va vaTuttle tJ09 N
Tuttle Brev B 1 lot In Arlington on Heights
value valueV 100 100V
V It P HJskey W 3 lots In hll4aelt Ldraeh ft S Glass 0
mans Subdivision Subdl value 291t 800
S B Milner M1ln I lots Brightons Brl htoa < Addition
150 11 59
59J
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dltion 8t 909A M01 M01fiaol
B AM A IL Proiseth 1 S S
fiaol fiaolW 100 Jet Prgput PulE Pa Paw
W J i Hslloran one 011 tot South 80 3out raIn
street f75 175 175F 71 S Ssi
si F D CUlt c n two twoHubblrd lota IoI Deslcjrj Additfon AdditfonHubbard 4ddltIoaInOak
Hubbard Invetmet oompaay two t tots ta
In InOak Oakley 400
O OF F ceterson Peterson lot 4 t btoek Lake
Brpese fM M9 M9Home
Home Trust 4b Savings company i S y one S lot
in Irvin = Uk ark fISt 1
Bothwell sV McConaugby qtay three tots i
Brighton Addition pO OIL
Thomas Homer lots 2241 Homer Rumors Sub ¬
division divisionUomer 109 M
Homer Abstract company round trip
get ticket berth and meals to Worlds fair fairJ
100 lS
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100J J 1 Donnan Reavis cash ce to boy or girl
under 15 years yellu making greatest eatest number
of words W rda from the expression ex n Whose
Roof is Over Your Head SSfc
DeWitt B B Lowe cash prize to holder of
certain coupon number er said number to
be drawn on Real Estate day by a com ¬
mittee of two twoHomer 5 1
Homer Abstract company free ab ¬
streets to 17 lots In Wahoo Addition Addi on I 191
Salt Lake Abstract company pany free ab ¬
stracts to all other prize tots sue 150
James K Shaw round trip ticket to
Loa Lo Angeles over first San Pedro train to
City of Angels 50
Charles Johnson n round trip to Denver
over Moffatt road on first train 50
Stringer It c Co agree to pay holder of
Denver ticket over Moffatt road pro ¬
vided same cannot be used in three years
In u cash O 30 also set of pIa plans and nd speci ¬
fications for feurroom house hou US 15
Walter J Meeks donates cost of re ¬
5e cording rding all deeds 4 to lots given as prima prisesM
5eII
M H Walker 30 acres farming f land
near Walker Wal terse 50
Realty company to person peii n guessing Inc
nearest to attendance on Real Estate
day dayw day235 35 35A S
A W Smith person ho holding certain
couo number 10 10set 10
set Jerry Langford LaBafordtvloBOD tifo season tickets to toGeorge
Saltair N 40 C
George W Peck Peck110 lItO MO accident policy in
Fidelity 4 Casualty compauy Jy > 130
Grand total taI to date 29141
MAJJNER 1fNJtR OF DRAWING DBA WING
To insure absolutetalrne88 absolute fairness in the man ¬
nor D r of drawing price numbers Mayor
Richard P Morris of P Halt Lake Cltv hAa ha
n appointed to take of t th the
drawing
The winning coupons will be drawn by
Mayor Morris and the lucky numbers will
he announced June 30 in all of the Salt
Lake papers pape
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Bear in mind no matter where you live
I you can ca participate in this great prize
giving contest and holders of coupon
S tickets are not obliged d to be present p ent at
j Saltair on the day of the drawing d rawtog in
order to win the prime S SYou
You can buy as many tickets as you Ii
desire and by special arrangement the
duplicate coupons will be detached from
sill tickets tl < kets sold and deposited for you in
the receptacle rec4 ptale from which the prima rtJe are
drawn on June 29 by Mayor Morris
Thomas W V Partridge member of the
Suit < ait Lake
Real Estate Association room roomwen
j tommerclai mm rdal bloek P O box 21 267 has
hees wen appointed < pnjnted chairman of oft the commit < ¬
tee oi I tkkats kk etl and orders for ticket tickets can
V > addressed 3ddn aod ed to him Orders should ia
variably iJ ria b1 bo uecoir ttClHnp > ninid n nid itd by remittance r
Tickets will alo all o be ft fur r salo aai ak at if the of 0 ¬
fires of f all members mf > mber of the Salt Lake
Real Estate Association As ciation at aU drug
5tor tores torc fijfijr stores and all buain business S8
plaof throughout t hru hout Salt Lake City Cit
Even dollar derived from the sale of
tickets will go into hit the treasury treasur of the
calt It Lake > Real Estate E tate Association 8ol ution to be beLI
us und ti as LI v < a fund to adxnrtise ad 111 ertlse Salt l lake ak
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I This is the Way ia We Collect CollectBad Bad Debts
Widows loan money to friends and andmetfcnea endontetlm I
rl ontetlm metfcnea Lose nearly n every dollar they theyve QleyTe
have ve In the world worldGrocers worldGroceill worldGrocers
Grocers and butchers doctors and andbkers j i
bankers the large eat stores storesand etoreaand
and 941 all of the smaller stores s lose hun hu hudnda hundred ¬
dreds and sometimes metlm thousands of dot dollars 401Jr dotlars ¬
lars every eYe year in trusting trust those they
believe honest Hundreds leave their theirbills theirbUlauDpatd theirhills
bUlauDpatd bills unpaid and the merchants bank bankers banke bankera ¬
ers e widows landlords doctors and all allm alltum allclasses
classes m turn them to us for collection
are all nonefet nonefetf honetltb due and andowlDg aZiOowing
f owing Some of these bills bU are hard to tocollect toC4tllect tocellec
collect Some people intentionally intentionallyavoid tntenti lntentioisllyavoid a11y a11yavoid
avoid paying We employ a great greatmany peatmany greatmany
many people to assist us us but we need needmore neMIIJQIe needmore
more help 1p Weneed W4 Wi need the help heot of every everyman everyJPa
man and an woman and every bright boy boyin boyIn boyIn
in the state of Utah to assist 1st us in the thej thecoDectlon thecollection
j collection of these claims Almrst Almrtevery Mntrtevery Almrsti
i every person on knows of some other per person person ¬
son against < whom we have bills tlla for col collection c COLleetlon l lIectton ¬
lection and know where w re they are lo located located loeated ¬
cated and what whatdoinc doing We will pay payany peyanyone payany
any anyone one for information that will help helpus htJpcollect helptie
us collect from them
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Catch a Dollar on ii the Will WiifAnd WIi WIiAnd
And pat it In one of our Home Savings SavingsBanks SavingsBeaks I
Banks We will make it work for you youwhite youwhile 011 011whUe
white you sleep We pay 4 per cent on onAny onan onany
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tet any one not even to the party f r rwhom rwere rwkern
whom we were are collecting It is 1 a matt matttbAt t r rthed I
tbAt concerns you and us and pertain pertainto perla i I
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and pay liberally liberallyfor for the same as fa faas f faas M i ireaulta
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write to us This ftl proportion propo to good gonitoday goitoday goodtoday
today tomorrow and at all 31 tinvu tinvuHere Urn UrnHeie tIniMere
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sue with us We have been in it eleven elevenyears elelyears eleveLyears
years We collect bad debts all over overthe o er erthe
the world Our offices extend end endUtah frotn frotnUtah frri frriUtah
Utah to Honolulu We have twenty twemyeight tWflltyefcht twentyeight
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we earn on collections we make pay paysfor payfor payfor
for it all and leaves us s a > bandsonv bandsonvprofit bandsomfPIOftt handsonproilt I
profit Our success in the past has hasbeen hagbeen hasbeen
been due to bard conheienUous work workon workon workon
on our part and earnest 1DeIIt appreciation appreciationon
on the part of our patrons patroesDoes patronsDoes
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