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4 BETTERMENTS FOR FORFIRE I
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One Of f the beat known Jtao 11 lnawrakee insunibee I menIn men menIn menin
In the west George H Moore w v wswem wswemmanager ern ernmanager Jt1 Jt1maJlfgeI
manager of the Liverpool and L London LondonGmbe LOdonGlobe i > n nGlobe
Gmbe Globe has been looking over Sat SaitLakes SatLakes SatLakes
Lakes fire fighting facilities and In Inspecting 111spectli 1nspectiag ¬
specting the local agency At il the e asnclutlon con conclusion CSneluston ¬
clusion of bis work Mr Moore ocr was wasasked wasasked WSasked
asked what hat be thought of the citys cltysfire citysfire citysfire
fire department H BeK1UI He was afcw al asked llkedto ked kedto
to make suggestions for Improvements ImprovementsIn IDlprcJvem nts ntsIn
In reply he said saidI saidHI
HI I have spent part of my time withyour withyour with withyour
your new chief of the fire departnvnt departnvntair
air Bywater aad found in him a man manof manof m n nof
of unusual ability In his parUealir parUealirbranch parUeuhrbranet partknlWbranct
branch of the work one who 11 < Is trying trytnffto
to divorce politics from hi h hlt depart department department department ¬
ment In order to make it efficient eIDue t and andto aMto wt wtto
to best serve the interests of the city cityThis cityThis cityThis
This in my opinion Is the any true trueivay trueWay trueway
Way to run a depertn department Ut of ties thl Uv s kind 1dftdIn kindin kindin
in order to maintain discipline and se secure e ecure secure ¬
cure good work o out < of your men Cahf CahfBywater CfBywater gale f fBywater
Bywater seems to have his whele soul soulin sonlin 8101In
in iris work and if the htti fcttiaefia t n of c Sal SalLake SaLake SalLake
Lake will give ve him proper 8 snliort iort ort T Tfeel Ttei1 Tfeel
feel sure be will In put his department departmentin
in such a condition that th tbeity tbeitySalt city Lf LfSalt f fSalt
Salt Lake will point with pride ic l tt their thirtIre theirfire ir irfire
fire department depart ent In the near future fiunreIdore futureIdore UtlIe UtlIe1rrore
Idore Apparatus Required BequiredYour RequiredYOtir RequiredYour
Your department is good as afar a1Iftrit far as asit asit
it goes but it to very deficient Y 101 101Ytow > u unow dhoer
now have only one first class aa emone aaone tiDe tiDeone
one second clasp 01 and one thin t1P e cone eone eone
one good hook and ladder track arl arlan ar1an ar I Ian
an old one out of repair one chemical chemicalengine c chemicalengine emiulengine
engine which is stationed ttio d outride ouZa de of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the business district also one list listclass nrsiclass t tclass
class hose e wagon and about 15MK feet feetof fretor feetof
of hose Considering the size of r i > alt altI altLake tltLake
I Lake > ake and the large area to cwtr co u ite itecrty ttecrty t1ecity
crty should without delay purchaac purc not notless nollege notless
less than tha three first class engineer en t two twoadditional twcoaddiUoual twoaddiUonal
additional Lose wagons and should in increase increase increase ¬
crease the t number of men te proiierlv prnperleman proiierlvman pmlJerlman
man the theMUfte same I would also suggest suggestan srggee3t srggee3tan
an addttonal a UGnal chemical engine b o pwr pwrrhaeeci purhaae porch
ch rhaeeci in order to properly prove p1I the thebusiness thei thebustnese
i business e district A new station sgluIbe sioulJ sioulJbe 1uUbe
be built on the southeast side it l the thecity thc1ty thectty
city and possibly po one at the no la 1 end etedfor endfor endfor
for the new apparatus when pur purchased prchasM p1erchased ¬
chased Additional AddlUo 81 hose would alao al o b brequired brequired 02 02required =
required The council should at t once oncehave on onhave oncehave <
have all dead ends of pipe connected connectedup cc n nneet t tup i iup
up so as to insure proper ctrcnlat crt1I1ILtftiso on onalso walso
also place as early as povatbk bIo tw twstandard twt8Ddard i istamherd
standard hydrants hY ru l in the center I of ofblocks 6fbloeu Ofblocks
blocks conxifscted with a six inei inc1Wire sac i nMhx nMhxWire 3aai 3aaiWire
Wire Inspector rnspe or Needed WeededI
I think the city should authorize authoriseChief authorizeCnlef autbMlzeC1mf
Chief Bywater to employ a competent competentman compet competertntan rt rtman
man to devote all of hu time to t In Inepecting inspeeUnr inspecting
epecting electric wiring and to see ac that thaall thatall thanall
all work wtr is done in a nrst ft cbu ciman cimanner man manner JRaftllt ¬
ner r in buildings that come 1IDC under th thcjty thcJly the thecity
city ordinance You have at t the th pres present resent present ¬
ent time a great deal of poor electric electricwiring electricwiring ric ricwIrlft1
wiring which should be overhauled over 1tfd I Imight tmight Imight
might say in ttis connection tat t iieor iieorelectric IlfHrlectrio leoorelectric
electric wiring causes more fUed i See d than thint thanalmost tbJt
t almost any otter or one > e hazard that we wehave wehave wehave
have in our business bustliemThe buIdnetieTIte businessThe
The Salt Lake water suy wzto 1 y is isvery isYeop isvery
very deficient at the present pre ent ura bui buiI bu buI buI
I understand un that the may mayor w and nd city citycouncil dUcouncil citycouncil
council have now under un er coneoxraticn coneoxraticnImprovements co conetacratienimprovements atJcn atJcn1mproveme
Improvements 1t which will give your city citya
a first class gravity system which will willgive WIngive wiltgive
give ample supply supplyfor for fire and domestic domesticpurposes d Hanseaticpurposes mestic mesticPUIJKIHL
purposes While V1I1I this thJscoaw contemplated contemplatedimprovement cowteeesatedimprovement lte lteimprovement
improvement will cost co t a argp Mini nl nlJnCD or ornot E Esnaney4dtla
snaney4dtla JnCD t eesear + t i slluyuld slluyuldnot uld uldnot
not be delayed ftd L Under nder the prfseat prfseatsystem I Iu Dt ntsystem DtYstem
system the UeIeB8Ure pressure varies irom iromtwentyfive tiomtwentyft trountwentyfive
twentyfive to MO pounds Chief C f Bwater Br Brwater B Bwater
water and myself tested the prtesure prtesurein
in a number of different leas kkaJvr kkaJvramong at attars attarsamong J JanlO
among anlO others on the state university universitygrounds uuivt1IIltYcrounc universitygrounds
grounds l where we e found only nb twenty twentyfive twentylive
five flv pounds OU This goes t tj show w if thestate the the5tatedoaB tMtt
state 5tatedoaB tt doq dOtJiDOt s not provide e for f forhtloWll or it ice own flee fleefire fl flproteetloh Ikeproteetloh
proteetloh by pulling In a ibt class elaStIre classthe
fire pump and purchasing sufficient sufficienthose wt aufllcmnthose knt knthose
hose to reach the different buikiiags budCm its itsproperty Itsproperty itsproperty
property will burn to the th grvurU grvurUshould gtvurlshould ur urshould
should a fire start the Salt lc Lak city Olrjrfire cityfire t1 t1fire
fire department de being hetn zOO o far away awaywould awaywosld Y
would ovid beof oC verylittle veITUtUeCJaI serrice serriceChief serrlrcClllef
CJaI Chief Bywater called my particular particularattention plirtlcularaUeatlon particularatetrtlon
attention to the fact that since he has hasbeen baBbeea hasbeen
been in office he is trying to prevent preventfires preventfires preventfires
fires by compelling nn merchants n reha1lta haats te Iekeep tekeep tekeep
keep boxjep bGX 3 and amlrubbish rubbish out of alley altoywaya alleyway alleyways
way and back yards realising that thatshould thatsluld thatslauld
should a lire get a good start in the thecongested tileCOnted thecongeted
congested district he would be power powerless power1eeato powerstop ¬
less 1eeato to stop it with the limited facili facilities fadliT ¬
T ties now faratoned faratonedI
HI I think if the citizens of your citytrill city citywin
win 1 back him up in this good work workIt workIt
It win save taem t a large amount nt of ofmoney ofmoney I
money DIODe 111 m time timeChief timeChief
111Chief
Chief Bywaters Views ViewsFlre ViewsFire ViewsFire
Fire Chief Bywater when asked askedabout ukedabout askedabout
about the recommendations made by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Moore said he heartily approved approvedthem approvedtRe approvedthem
them themI tRe
tReI
I I have been working workl along the tin tinealaid UIM8Jald tinlaid
laid down by Mr Moore oore for torme tormetime some sometime seinetime
time time he went on Even urea en before I be became be becae became ¬
came eMef of the department I recog recognised 1eCOCniud recosnized ¬
nised the necessity nee for improved fire lirefighting flrefighting fireghtlns
fighting facilities It was on MY sayrecommendation MY1ecomotendatJon myrecommendation
recommendation made while I was em employed e eployed employed ¬
ployed by the Z C M I L 1 that Are lirehydrants flrehydrants ArehydMUlts
hydrants were put in there thereAn theeAn thereAn
An inspector of wiring is par particularly JMUt particularly ¬
ticularly t ieuJarl desirable bIe I am satisfied that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more Ores are caused by defectivewiring defective detectivewiring defectivewiring
wiring for electric lights ad and 4 power powerthan powerthan powerthan
than for any other reason Many of ofthem ofthem f fcautions
them could be prevented It proper Xe Xerautlons piecautians
cautions were taken Every EvelJPmeIation recom recommendation recoamrneiulation ¬
mendation made by Sir Moore te 18 in indeed ind Indeed
d deed worthy of thoughtful consldera conslderaUon conehtenbon cotnslderation
bon UoniChief bonIChlef
tionChief
Chief Bywter r announces that tile tbeimprovements tile1mlXOTemeatiJ theimpeoveants >
improvements at the central station stationwhich stattorwht stationwhich
wht which h are now spins on under ais di direction dir direction ¬
r rection tlon will soon be completed com te4 te4they Whenthey When Whenthey
they are arft finished 1sbM the chemical engine enginewill eag1newlU enginewill
will be brought from the west side ai e to tothe tothe tothe
the central station where it te badly badlyneeded badlyneedeiJ badlyneeded
needed needeiJliVELY
LIVELY 70 70Eight 70night 70Bight
Eight mood ooa Makes Young of the theAged theApd theAged
Aged AgedWhen Apd11t AgedWien
When 11t one te lively and a hard worker workerat
at h thm t I age there is i something s interest interesting Jnte1tinl Intereating ¬
ing to tell and the Princeton lady who whohas whohas whohas
has passed this mkrktxplaia ontrfe explains how her herwotiderful 1aerworderful herroc
wotiderful roc derful health is due to the food she sheeat sheeat sheeats
eats eat eatup
eatsI
1 ILm past seventy years of age aDd aDdup andup
up to five years ago suffered terriWy terriWywitl terrtltl7witt terrtbiywatt
watt chronic stomach trouble heart heartdisease 1IeartdtHuf heartdiseafe
disease and ws generally as Weak ax axyou aaou asyou
you ou w ill find sick old women ca f 8fc At Atthe Attw Atthat
tw the > t time Um I began n to use Gntse e Nut Nutfood Nuwfood Nutsfood
food and from the th very first it began beganto D Dto
to build me up Soon I came to a con condition condltl conditlon ¬
dition n of perf perfect t 4 health because I can canalWKys CADaJWRt canalways
always digest this food rind it Ia t full fnRA tunof fullof
A of nourishment All my heart and andS andtoinad andstomachh
S stotnach troubles troiftli B are gone I seen seengained 88011a3led soongahied
gained between 1 15 and 20 i pounds ds and andhave Iudhaye andhave
have never lost it it I can new do a ahard ahard ahard
hard days d ys workCertainly workCertain work workCertainly
Certainly Certain 1 the t is the greatest t food I Iever tever Iever
ever struck It gave me strength and andambition andambition andambition
ambition and courage urage and I try W do doall doall doall
all the good I can telling temn JeO people re what trtiatit
it has done for me Many Alan of my n neigh neighbors fgt fgtbons
buM use u it and rre rc doing doln fine llneI ne neI
I 1 bad the t grip U te latter part of the thelowly theinter thewinter
inter and for four we weeks k8 ate sibso sibsoltiteely bso
lowly 1 ly nothing noU agbut but Grape Nuts and andcaohe andcame andcame
came out of the sickness nicely nicel That Thatwill Tbatwill Thatwill
will show you how strong and sturdy sturdyI
I am Truly it Is wonderful wltd ul feed to todo todo todo
do such things fc for Qr r one of my age ageName ageName ageName
Name gen g en by Possum PQS UlD Co Battle BattleCreek BattJeCre BatUeCre
Creek Cre + Mich MichDeliciou MichDelicioul MichDeliciou
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Strawberry season 8 closed with doO doors of ofretail etreta ofretail
retail stores of Salt Lake last nigh Jli
While the season Ii ason has tea 8 now poled it Sots Sotsnot doe does doesnot >
not neclessaril necMsarily mean that it will be It Ira IraPossible Imto lmpossible
Possible to obtain the berries at all dur ¬
ing the earning week These will aWl be
ar few stragglers for sale sai but b t they will
Probably i8 ci cithe be overripe or nearly tastetesea tastetes
ea a the berries es s sed M during durIR th the w week k
Just past were of a poor quality and many
restaurants taarant cut them off f the menu in fa f fr ra raVOl
vorpt VOl nffrrnla California blackberries or > r Utah Utahraepb Ut Utlatter U Ulatter
raepb e r7l es esTh
Th latter may be had during the next nextm
t tea a days at a reasonable nable tl figure Ure varying Taryagmere varyingmere
m mere re or lass J as the weather allows ship sblpptog shipping
ping pt g Cantaloupes the Texas and Gaiira Call ¬
fornia ra a varieties yarIoU are much in demand demandThey
They have improved in flavor during the thepast thepa8t thepeat
past weak k Watermelons Watermelons have been par parUeuUrJy parUoularly
UeuUrJy firm and ripe this year and andshould andshould andshould
should noon be dropping tb t a lower wer iig iigupe I IUN Iagure
upe California anrieotf and andpellehes peaches wHI wHIweakfi villdrop HI HIdrop
drop sooner 01 later during the next two twow twoweeks
weeks w ks depending upon the arrival of the thenativegrown thenatJvegroD thenativegrown
nativegrown fruit fruitAn fruitAll fruitAn
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ported in all Hnes Lamb k rather high highat hJshat highat
at present as is chicken keD Tomorrow may
bring some ehaages for the better irf the thehousewifes thehoutiewttes thehousewifes
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PLANS FOR THESUMMER THESUMMERRow
Row Roosevelt Will Spend Ks Vacation Vacation Va Vacation ¬
cation cationNew cationN cationNew
New N < w York July 5 Arransements 3Arrangementshave Arransementsnave
have been made at Oyster Bay for forPresident forPresident forPresident
President Roosevelts executive ofr9ceIn office officei
i in tae same quarters quarttnJhe he occupied ied last lastsummer 1811tSV1I1IDfl lastsummer
summer The he rooms are In a business busteesablock bus1Des3hleck businessblock
block ef tae t e town and there t the presi president president i iI ¬
dent will ill transact aH official efficf l business businessduring businessduring businessduring
I during the stay at Ms summer home homeDirect homeDirect homeDirect
Direct telegraphic communication will willbe willi m mbe
i be maintained with Washington Wa1JhlngtonI WashingtonPlans
I Plans have been made to give the theprecedent thepresident theI
precedent a reception welcoming him himname himheme himhome
I home name when he arrives at Oyster Bay Baythis Baythis Baythis
this evening e ning The streets Have ben bdeadecoratol bendecorated
decorated and the school hool children chi dren from frommiles frommiles frommiles
I miles around will gather ath children at a the rail railway 11111way raftway ¬
way station where wh re they will greet the thepresidential th thj thepresiiknttal
presidential pre > it1 ntial party I rty with songs And AndI andYi
j I v arias Yi g of Sags
EK K is ISQuiEr ISQuiErIN QUIETIN QUIET QUI1ETIN
IN TRADE TRADECIRQLES TRADECIRQLESBusiness CIRCLES CIRCLESBusiness
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Busi Business ness Hesitating Until Nom Nomnations NomInations Nomenations
nations Are Mad IVladeCOLLECTIONS MadCOllECTIONS MadeT
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The near approach ap h of the Fourth of ofJuly ofJUly ofJuly
July and the rnee meeting t tDemocfetk this wee week Of the theDemocratic theDemoeIUk
Democratic natWnsU aJ convention with withthe withthe withuncertainties
the uncertainties of that body relative relativeto rotativto
to a presidential nomination n n have had hadtheir lAdtheir i4idtheir
their effect on business Not only in inSeJt inSalt 10Salt
Salt Lake City and Utah t 1 has tht thtvolume th thvolume thelvolume
volume been small sma but similar far condtlons cond conditions condUons ¬
tions are said by the mercantile mercantileagencies mercaJltileagencies mercantileagencies
agencies to exist e st in the east and west westnorth weetnorth westtnorth
north and south southThe sobthThe sohtbThe
The vcholesaieliusiness wbolE6leb s is not as dull dullas dullas dullas
as the retail l maintaining a satisfac satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
tory volume volu The retailers were doing doinga
a better business a month ago than thanthey thanthey thanthey
they are now with but slight chances chancesof taneesof
of an improvement in the immediate immediatefuture immediatefuture Immediatefuture
future futureCollections futureCellecUons futureCollections
Collections are reported fair There Thereseems Thereseems Thereseems
seems to be an indtatation on the part partof partof partof
of the wage earner Just at present to toget toget toget
get out of debt With that end In Inview Inview inview
view money is not as stringent as asmight asmight asmight
might be suppose supposeThe suppoel suppoelThe
The local representative of Bradstreets Brad Bradstreets Bradstreets
streets yesterday sent tbe following fjjllowlnsreport tJ followingreport 110wlugrepbrt
report to New York headquarters headquartersVliolesale headquartersWholesale he d1uartars d1uartarsWholesaJe
Wholesale business maintains asatisfactory a asattefactocy asatlsfactoQ
satisfactory volume Retailers report reporttrade reporttrade reporttrade
trade quiet with 1th InclinaUan R to dullness dullnessGalleetiens dullnessCe1leetlens dutineasCollections
Collections improving improvingTVTATTg ImprovingMANY improvingMANY
MANY PIVIPBNPS DIVIDENDSPAID DIVIDENDSPAIDStock BATT BATTStock >
Stock and Bond Market Market is Conse Consequently Oonsequently Ooasequently ¬
quently Fair FairIn FairIn FairIn
In Salt Lake City trade Inbtocks in stocks and andbonds andbonds andbonds
bonds is fair perhaps better than in inthe inthe inthe
the average avera city owing to leavy divi dixidend dividend dividend
dend payments of mines and bi big min mining mining mining ¬
ing company payrolls payrollsThe payroll6The payrollsThe
The Utah Sugar company paid its
1 13 per cent preferred dividend yester yesterday yes yesterday ter terdsy ¬
day while e the following companies pay paydividends paydh1dends paydividends
dividends In July The Home Fire FireInsurance FireInsurance FireInsurance
Insurance company 2 per cent Deseret DeseretNational DeseretN1ttional DeseretNational
National bank 3 per cent State bank bankcent bankper
2 per cent ZIons Sayings bank S per perc percent
cent c nt Rocky Rock Montairt Bell Telephonecompany Telephone Telephonecompany Tel phone phonecompany
company lit 1 1 per cent ConsolidatedWagon Consolidated ConsolidatedWagon ConsolidatedWagon
Wagon Machine company lay 1 per percent percent percent
cent Amalgamated Sugar companypreferred company companypreferred companypreferred
preferred 1 1114 per cent Provo Com Commercial Commerci81 Corrmercial ¬
mercial Savings bank blL k 2 per cent centLehi centLehi centLehi
Lehi Commercial Savings bank 1 1per I1h I1hJ 3pear
per J Qr cent First FJrntNaUonal National bank cf cfggtien c cQgden ofOgden
ggtien Ogden 3 per cent Thatcher Brothers Brothersankins BrothersBanking Brothersflanking
Banking ankins company Logan 2 2per per cent centSalt centSaU centSalt
Salt Lake City Railroad bonds 3 per percent percent percent
cent and Mormon church bonds 3 3per 3per 3per
per cent centThe centThe centThe
The reports from the beet fields all allover allover allover
over Utah Uta are promising for this seasone sea seasons seasons ¬
sons beet crop and encouraging re reports re reports reports ¬
ports are now coming from the beet beetfields beetfields beetfields
fields of Idaho where it was thought thoughtsome thougttsome thoughtsome
some damage might have resulted resultedfrom resultedtrom resultedfrom
from the late lat spring This years agri agricultural aoncultural agricultural ¬
cultural outlook for all kinds of farm farmproducts farmproducts farmproducts
products is bright In Utah UtahDesoret UtahDesont UtahDeseret
Desoret National bank ba k W 4277 G6 G6Z fIGZ G Gz
Z C M I I IHome 162 50 50Home
Home Firs Insurance In rttnce company 14t 14tJJtah 14 14jJtalt > S Of
Utah Sugar company preferred 3Common 3 35 35Common
Common t 105 105State 10Stase Og OgState
State Bank of L Utah tah 144 14400 14400Deseret 00 00Deseret 00Deseret
Deseret Savings bank 2 35 00 00Zlons 00Zions 00Zions I
Zions Savings Bank Trust Co 14000 14000ITtah 140 14009Ttah 00 00rtah
ITtah National bank Jt l f2 eo eoProvo 0Provo 0 0Provo
Provo Commercial Y Saving = bank 133 00 00Lehi 00Lehi I IL
Lehi L lli Commercial Savings bank IK 00 00Thatcher 00Thatcher I IThatclter
Thatcher Bros Banking CoC eoLoga1t Co Logan LoganFirst 115 11500 11500FIrst 11 00 00First
First National bank QId een < den 29T50 29T50Rocky iJ1j IiO IiORocky 00Rocky
Rocky Mtn Mm Bell TeL Co SOW SOWDarts 80 80110Davis ro roD
Darts D vls County bank Farmhtgton Farml W7 10700 10700Ogden OQ OQOgden 00Ogden
Ogden Savings bank 14 1It 1400 1400Gon CO COCo roCoJt
CoJt Co rWM W M Co preterred 3150 3150Common it 1 50 50Conunon 0 0Common
Common ConunonFremont CommonFremont IS Xj
Fremont Ccunty Sugar S agar gar company 10 10Amal Oo OoAmal OAmal
Amal Sugar SlI ar Co preferred 9158 9158Common 9150Coml 9110Common
Common Ol tI CQ CQIdaho fjQIdaho 00Idaho
Idaho Sugar company t 10 10Lewiston 1010 1010Lewiston 1010Lewlston 10 10Provo
Lewiston Sugar conipany h 1000 1000Provo It i 00 00PlOVO
Provo Woolen Mills company eo 117 4508 4648Mormon 450810nn0n 4508Mormon
Mormon church bonds 3 3Con 11 11Con litke
Con Ry Power C Co boas 80 80Salt 10Salt
Salt Lake ke keSumpter City B R bjonds Ml MlSumpter
Sumpter Valley Valle railroad railroadUta d WS WSUtah 10Utah
Utah Ca Co Light Light Power Co bonds bODdaJ JC JCRTJAT 1M3t 1M3tREAL
REAL ESTATE QUIET QUIETAgents QUIETAgents QUIETAgents
J
Agents Have Been en Too Busy on the thePicnic thePicnic thePicnic
Picnic Picnicmarket PicnicTItere PicnicThere
There was little dQlpg dot g fa Ute a real estateems estate estatemarket
market last week The realty men seem seemthe spentthe nt nttHe
the fore part arranging arra gtS for their outing outingand outingaad outingand
and recuperating recupefa ng from its effects the re remainder 18 18JDaIder rersainder ¬
mainder of the week weekThey weekThey weekThey
They fe r feet I much encouraged e over t te to tocult re re5vlt tenit
nit of their outing at Saltah and make maketbe mfake mfaketile makethe
tile prediction that the succeeding few fewmonths j fewmonths eW eWmonths
months will witness s a harv harvest t in sales les as asa asa asa
a direct dirfftresult result of the agitation of Salt SaltLake saltLake SaltLake
Lake City real estate estateBank estateBank estateBank
Bank Clearings ClearingsThe
The Salt Lake bunk clearings for the theweek thewk theweek
week dosing doSI yesterday with comparative comparativestatements comp8JtiV4tstatemeDts comparativestatements
statements of last year are as fellows teftows1fIt g ws wsj
1fIt 1963June 1ta 1taTIlDe
j TIlDe ne U 4 8ire496 M tt l 4ii H1G4 47S 47SJane ro i3m roJwae
Jwae m ae 2 2Jun ZIt1i6 if ifT
Jane T 3 3K9K 317 3liWlN iW ifU9780 ifU9780Jllae 91lrei J67 J67ToUls
June 0 tf1e4 4 > N ei 4 5AG7 ais a aJ1dy
Judy 1 58 t8I Wl II 44 4g1 4g1July e f2 f2July
July 4271 14 SQt SQtTotAk 44616P9Zi04bt5 <
Totals TotalsIncreaae ToUlsIncrease Zi04bt5 iOUISS M I5CS 12313 ll 374 374Clever t tIDC
Increase IDC alie S4i0866l S4i0866lIDED L
0 0RAIDED
RAIDED RA RAClever IDED A GAMBLING DEN DENClever
Clever Piece of o Work by b New York YorkOSceitf YorkOjftceM YoreNew
OSceitf OSceitfNew OjftceMNew
New York J July iy fter 2 2 After choking chokingthe chokingthe chokingthe
into submission and andthree andtaklDJ andtaking
the doorkeeper cJoork r
taking taklDJ hiS keys a police captain and andthree andthree
three detectives accompliefced aceo pUeltecl an un unusual unusual unusual ¬
In InWest inVeet InWest
usual raid on a gamblmgc house
West Thirtyfourth Tbirtyfourw street slr t Three atr atrtendants at atnts attxndants
tendants nts and four players were cap captured cptured captured ¬
tured The house had been under Police po poillde po poIl
lice Il e guard several sev ral weeks Finally the thecaptain thecaptain thecaptain
captain moved his guard from viewand view viewand viewand
and the protfHetere were reassured reassuredTaking re IIuredTaklJlg reassuredTaking
Taking three trusted men the captainrdnng captain captainramg eaptaiqntng
ramg the basement door bell and was wasanswered W wasanswered 9 9anawered
answered by a negro doorman He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was seized and throttled while a gag gagwas gagwaS sagwas
was slipped Into h IVsJl10Uth its > s mouth and handcuffs hand handcuffs haDdeufrs ¬
cuffs slapped over his wrists Then Thenwith Thenwhit Thenwith
with keys taken from > the prisoners prisonerspocket prlsonerspecket prisonerspacket
pocket the police carefully opened openedthree openedtbree openedthree
three steel doors and made their way wayto wayro wayto
to the upper floors floorsSo boarsSe oors
So avietty Iy had the work been done donethat donethat donethat
that the raiders n ra stood fa the darkened darkenedhall darkenedhaU darkenedhall
hall several minutes and witnessed the thegames thegames thegames
games In operation The officers om ers stepped steppedInto teppeJInto steppedinto
Into the brilliantly lighted rooms and andplaced andplaced andplaced
placed ever every one there thereunder under jarrest jarrestThe arrestThe arrest arrestThe
The raid n d was the most successful sacexsfuIhere sacexsfuIhereIn here herela hereIn
In some time timeGBSAO timeGIGAT timeGREAT
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GREAT POWSB S SLos SmrEME SmrEMELos
Los Angeles C Cal U July i ° Ksrn liver liverwas rherwas riverwas
was harnessed 1tan1 to Los Angeles A eJes yester yesterdy yester4aJ yesterday
dy The biggest single installment installmentof J nment nmentof
of power ever hooked on to the elec electric electric elitetric ¬
tric system QSt m of the city was connected connectedby
by the completion of the cables en of the thecompany thecompauy thecompany
company which fetch the energy of
10006 10 horses from a source over 100 100miles 100mnes 100miles
miles away awayThere awayThere awayThere
There are 199 isi miles of wire which whichweigh whichwelgJt whichweigh
weigh half halfa A a pound P tlrHI to the foot mak jnaking making making
ing Its entire weJsJit w wqi it L400 tons The Thewires Thewires Thewires
wires are held to the poles by 24000 in insulators Insulaters insulators ¬
sulators the largest ever used in Cali California Calif Callfornin ¬
fornia forniaI f fornin forninTWO r ia
ac acTtlO
I TWO YOUNG lIEN DROWNED DROWNEDRed
Red Bluff CaL July 2 2W1mam William Bar Barry Barry Barry ¬
ry and William J Orr two students atudentsat atudentsatSt at atSt atSt
St Sernards college of Rochester N NY NY NY
Y came to this county to spend their theirvacation theirvncation theirvacation
vacation and yesterday both weredrowned weredrowned were weredrowned
drowned while swimming in Thomas Thomascroek Thomaseek Thomascoek
croek a few miles east of l the town of ofPaskenta ofP ofPaskenta
Paskenta P kent The bathes of both the theyoung theag theyoung
young ag men were reooveredlate reoov recovered redclAte late yes ybst yesfferday ytsyafter
fferday t y yafter afternoon eon Orr lifts S 30 sh years yea of ofage otage ofage
age and hteCompanion his companion Ry6ars t nb athls athlsju his hisjunior hisJunior
junior ju tor Both oih the young mennadbeen mennadbeensmftytas men badtbeen badtbeensrtia31D hadbeenstidy1ng
smftytas for the priesthood
SALE ORDEREDBY ORDEREDBY
BY THE COURT COURTShipbuilding COURTShUilding COURTr COURTShipbuilding
r thJ thJRocls
Shipbuilding Company C mpany on the theRocks theRocks
Rocks RocksT RocksMORTGAGED RocksMORTGAGED
S
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M MORTGAGED RTGAGED FOR 26000000 26000000COTJST 26000000I 26000000COURT 26000000COURT
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COURT ALSO FIXES MINIMUM 3HNI3OTICSAJQE MINIMUMSALE xtENThIUitSAFE
SALE PRICE PHICfETrenton lItIOEf PRICETrenton
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6 6Trenton
Trenton N J July 2 2Judge Judge Lanning Lan Lannins Lann1ng
nins signed a final decree in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States circuit court today ordering a asale
sale e of theUnUfed theUnit d States Shipbuilding Shipbuildingcompany Shipbuildingcompany Shipbuildingcompany
company in the foreclosure proceed proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ings Instituted by the Mercantile Trust Trustcompany Trustcompany Trustcompany
company and the New York Security SecurityTrust SecuritYTrust SecurityTrust
Trust company The two mortgages mortgagesheld mortgagesheld mortgagesheld
held by them are for SISOWQOO and
10000000 respectively Accompanying Accompanyingthe
the decree he filed an order dismissing dismissingthe
the appeal of Mrs Ida E Wood of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York nfho asked to be admitted admittedas
as a party defendant that she might mightattack mightattack mightattack
attack the validity of the mortgages mortgageswith mortgageswith mortgageswith
with a view vI I w wof of entering a preference preferenceclaim preferenceclaim preferenceclaim
claim over o r the rights of the other bond bondholders bondholders bondholders ¬
holders She holds holds 5200600 of bonds bondsThe bondsfor bondstor
for V h she paid Id 116000 116000The 106000The
The total amount due on the mort mortgage mortgage mortgage ¬
gage held h ld by the Mercantile Trust Trustcompany Trustcompany Trustcompany
company as trustee for the bondhold bondholders ¬
ers is 1G4 1li3162 1li3162On 16313162On 3162 3162On
On that of theNew the New York Security Securityrust SecurityTrust SecurityTrust
Trust rust company 510705943 510705943Cannot 1070 i0706943Cannot 3 3Cannot
Cannot Sell For or LessIn LesSIn Less LessIn
In his decree Judge tanning also alsofixed alsofbed alsofixed
fixed the minimum amount which the thereceiver thereceher thereceiver
receiver Is authorized to accept for the theproperties theproperties theproperties
properties of the underlying companies companiesIn
In the trust These amounts are as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows Three hundred h ndred thousand shares sharesof
of the Bethlehem Steel company com pan 57 7
500000 Union Iron Works California
1400000 Hyde Windlass company companyMaine companyMaine companyMaine
Maine 125000 l OOO Bath Iron Works lim limited IImfled Smted ¬
fled Maine 5360000 Crescent Ship ShipYard ShipYard ShipYard
Yard company New Jersey 512i090 512i090Samuel L1iOOOSamuel 125000Samuel
Samuel L Moore Sons company companyNew companyNew companyNew
New Jersey Je ey l 175086 Eastern Ship Shipbuilding Shipbuilding Shipbuilding ¬
building company cO pany Connecticut l2o
000 Harlan Holllngsworth company companyDelaware companyDeIaware companyDelaware
Delaware 550800 Canda Manufac Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing ¬
turing company 520609 200000patent patent rights rightsgood rightsgood rightsgood
good will book account and contracts
550000 50000 Mortgaged property of the followine fol following followln ¬
lowing companies Union Iron Works
300000 Hyde Windlass company 100 <
000 Bath Iron Works 40000 Crescent CrescentShip CrescentShip CrescentShip
Ship Yards y s company 57iOOO Saz Samuel S fuel uel L LMoore Lloore I IMoore
Moore Sons company 530009 East Eastern Eastern Eastem ¬
ern Shipbuilding company 2fl000 2fl000Harlan 28000HarJan 0000Harlan
Harlan Hollingsworth company
5135000 5135000The 125000 135000The 125000The
The shipbuilding company Is ordered orderedby orderedby
by the decree to turn over the total totalamount totalamount totalamount
amount due on the two mortgages mortgageswithin mortsagellmth mortgageswithin
within mth n ten days on the default of ofwhich orwhioh ofwhich
which the receiver Is authorized to ad advertise advertise advertise ¬
vertise and proceed with the sale saleHOLDUP saleellS saleliOLDUP
ellS ellSHOLDUP
HOLDUP AND MURDER MURDERBaring MURDERDaring MURDERDaring
Daring Raid of a Resort in inBillings inBillings inBillings
Billings BillingsButte BillingsButte BillingsButte
Butte Butte Mont Iont July july2A Z 2A A Miner spe special special special ¬
cial from Billings Says SaysSergeant S nays naysSergeadt y1 t tSersea
Sergeant Sersea t of Poly Robert J Hanna HannaTWIS Hannawas Hannawas
was instantly killed by two holdupsthis holdups holdupsthis holdupsthis
this morning while he was attemptingCo attempting
Co capture ca ture them Sheriff George Hub Hubbard H Hubbard b bbard
bard was shot through the hand The Theshooting Theshooting Theshooting
shooting followed the holdup of the theOwl theOwl he heOwl
Owl saloon and gambling resort at atabout atabout atabout
about 1 oclock when about twelve men menwere menwere menwere
were compelled to throw up their theirhands theirhands theirhands
hands The robbers contented them themsalvos themsalves
salvos 185 with taking all of the cash in insight Insight insight
sight on the tables tabl amounting to tothe toabQut toabqut
abQut 2000 OOQ A blVU g bier ler In the rea of ofthe ofthe
the saloon hearing h i g the corm command of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the robbers slippedurat through a rear reardoor reardoor reardoor
door and notified the police One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the robbers accomplices was captured capturedPosses capturedPosses capturedPosses
Posses are now in pursuit of the two twoescaped twoescaped twoescaped
escaped robbers robbersATJ1O robbersOCJ robbersAU1O
OCJ OCJAU1
ATJ1O HIT TfJ THE TRAIN TRAT2New TRAilfNew TRAINNew
New York July 2 2Two Two women and anda
a manoccupants man occupants of an automobile automobilewhich automobilewhich automobilewhich
which crashed into a Brighton n Beach Beachmotor Beachmotor Beaehmotor
motor train at Oeean Parkway early earlytoday earbtoday earlyytoday
today werebadly were badly hurt The women womenmay womenmay womenmay
may die The injured Edward Scho Schoteel Schoteal Schotee1
teal Irene Schayne Laura ODonnell ODonnellThe ODonnellThe ODonnellThe
The train into which hlch the machine machinecrashed m mdohlnecrashed dJine dJinecrashed
crashed was filled with passengers passengersbound paMe1ersbound paseeibersbound
bound home from Coney Island The Thecrowd Thecrowd Thecrowd
crowd became greatly excited and andthe andthetrain the thetrain thetrain
train was nearly emptied of its load in ina ina ina
a few minutes The members of the theautomobile theautomobile theautomobile
automobile party were thrown head headlong 1eadlong headlong ¬
long to the board surface rface of the boule boulevard DouIeard ¬
boule vard ard The women sustainedfractured sustainedfracturedskulls sustained fractured fracturedskulls fracturedskulls
skulls and at the hospital to which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they were hastily carried it was feared fearedthey fearedthey fearedthey
they would not recover Schoteel hoteel who whohandled whohandled vhohandled
handled the automobile was not seri seriously serioUsly seriously ¬
ously injured injuredSON injuredTTLFD
C2I C2IsON
SONWilliamsport SON yTTTTm Tpn MOTHER SAVED SAVEDWilliamsport SAVEDVilliunsport
Williamsport Pa July 2Struck 2 Struck by bythe byth bythe
the th flying body of her Syearold son sonwho sonI sonwho
who was immediately killed by an ex express expre express ¬
I press s train Mrs Alva Williamson es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped the fate of her boy boyMrs boyMrs boyMrs
Mrs Williamson and her son were on onthe onthe onthe
the way to visit Mrs Williamsons Williamsonsmother wmstuIIeOnsmother Walliameonsmother
mother and were walking on the track trackThey trackrhe trackThey
They rhe stepped from in front of an anap anappreaching ap approaching approaching ¬
proaching freight train and did not see seethe feethe seethe
the swiftrunning wIft runnln express The he boy boywas beywas boywas
was ahead His body was thrown back backwith backTith backwith
with great violence vlolenceanel and knocked his hismother blsmother hismother
mother off the track Mrs Williamsons Williamsonsmother WnllalmOlt3Imother Williamsonsmother
Imother mother saw the 1J e accident from a win window window ¬
r dow of her home homeCUTTING homeCUTTING
homeIIIIt
IIIIt IIIItCUTTIliG
CUTTING DOWN D WJJT BTPDNSEChicago HSPENSIS HSPENSISChicago EXPENSEEChlCtlgo
Chicago July 2 2Nearl Nearly 1400 em employes employes employes ¬
ployes of f the Pullman companyJiave companyJiavebeen company have havebeen
been b n laid off at the Pullman P lIman car shopsAll Shops shopAH ShopsAU
AH trades are affected Officiate of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company assert that it is necessary to tocut tocut tocut
cut down expenses and that die nrders orderson nrdersI
on hand do not require so large a force forcej tor forceDIED ce
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Chicago Chlca Chicago July 2Daniel 2 Daniel E Brush Brushpresident BrulJbI Brushpresident
president of the tb livestockcominlEalon livestockcominlEalonfirm livestock commiSsIon commiSsIonfirm
I firm of Brush Son Hough H h company company companyI
I land I and a charter member of the board of oftrade oftradE oftrade
trade > has died of heart h art failure in a abilliard aI abilliard
billiard halL He was 75 years sold old Mr MrBrush 11rBrush MrBrush
Brush was stricken while playing bil billiards bUHards billiards ¬
I liards A physician was summoned summonedbut summonedbut
but Mr Brush died di before his arrival arrivalHOME anivaIl arrivalHOME
HOME l OAIE BEAUTY BEAUTYIS IS HOME ROMECOMFORT HOMECOMFORT HOMECOMFORT
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