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I = rHE I1E SALT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY S TLRD41 JULY 9 190 1904 5
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CLIMBING CLI BNGFAST BNGFASTStru FAST FASTStructure
4 4Structure
Structure Stru ture Erected Nearly to tothe toihe toThe
the Second Story StoryFINE StoryFINE StoryFINE
FINE BUILDING IS PLANNED PLANNEDRENTAL PLANNEDr PLANNEDRENTAL PLANNEDNTAL
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RENTAL NTAL OF BOOMS TO FUBNISH FUBNISHCONSIDERABLE PUNISKCONSIDFmkRLB
1 1CONSIDERAJ3LE
CONSIDERABLE BEVEtfTJE BEVEtfTJEThe avE UE UEThe
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The Y M L C A A A buikling bDildIn on ontJte the cor corner corn4Cr forer ¬
ner er t ef f State Stat and First Sooth SOQthhas streets streetshas aeetZhas
has already reached a stag where v ere it itcommands itcommands itij
ij commands the tft attention of all who whothat pass passthat passthat
that way W especially strangers in the thecity thecity th thcity
city The superstructure 8U t1lre is 1 rapidly rapidlyclimbing ipldIii
i climbing up to the second s con4 story under underthe underthe underthe
the manipulation manlp hrtton of an army of work workmen workmen worknon ¬ I
men Secretary Oscar L 1 Cox of the theassociation tbeaa theaaocIatIon
association aa who has been working and andplanning andpla1trHngo andplann4ng
planning for this building bulldI g for the past pasteighteen pMteighteen pstT
T eighteen months is naturally enthusl enthuslastie en onthuMantic sI sIasUe
antic over the progress now being made madeand madeand madeand
and Is looking forward to the time timewhen tlmawhen timewheti
when the home of his association will wiUbe wWbe willbe
be ready for occupancy occupancyAlready occupancyAlredy occupancyAlready
Already a good idea of the beauty of ofthe orthe ofthe
the coming building can be obtained obtainedvith obtainedwith obtainedw1th
with its dark red re brk k and gray stone stonetrimmings nteetrimminge
1
trimmings The main entrance on onState onState onState
State street of massive blocks of gray graystone graystone grayetone
stone will be as a handsome hand ome as a anything anythingof
of the kind In the city ity The steel beams beamsand beamsand beamsand
and outer walls areheavy are heavy enough ough for fora forit fora
a sevenstory sev ftatory building butld and it is the plan planultimately planulUmately planultimately
ultimately to carry it to that height heightAt heightAt
At this time but three t ree stories and the thebasement thebasement thebasement
basement will be completed colD1 This will willcost wJ1lC05t willcost
cost including the ground and furni furniture furniture furniture ¬
ture 140000 14 It will be an ideal home homefor homefor
for a Y M C A A supplied PItHed with shower showerTurkish showerTurklek showerT
T Turkish and a I plunge bathS a complete completegymnasium completegmnaatum completegymnasium
gymnasium lockers for men and boys boyswell 008well boyswell
well equipped workshops reading readingrooms readingrooms I
rooms roo game rooms class rooms for fornight fornight
night Fehool a buffet a barber shop shopa
a fine auditorium audltorlumand a and all the accesso accessories aeeeseorifS aecemories ¬
ries offth modern Y Ss L C A room roomT I
T It Ig the Intention of the builders to
have hay the place ready for the Y M C 1 1A
A In one ol 1t year 8r from now Money to
insurethe complete success of the un ¬
dertaking has been subscribed and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when completed eom leted > It will 111 be superior r to tomost tomost tomost
most of the theY Y M C A buildings In that
the best part of it will not be given over
to stone stor8IlDd stor and nd offices o Only the rooms roomsto
fTl the upper story will be wiLed and
the e only to members of the associa associaare
9 tionW tiou Zor SleepIng qNUtments partmen Them Tbeseare Themare
are expected ected to yield in the neighbor ¬ 1
hood Or 4 4 4IS M a year in rentals and this tA tAwill
will go far toward the support of the
institution institutionOFFICES IntItutoOFFICESTOBE
II sa T TOFFICES
OFFICES OFFICESTOBE TO BE FINE FINERio FINERio FINERio
Rio Grande Will WIHFIx Fix Up Dooly DooJyBlock DoolyBlock DoolyBlock
Block Headquarters HeadquartersLavishly Headquarterslavishly HeadquartersLavishly
Lavishly LavishlyThe
The Tb uptown offices of cee of th the Rte Grande Ora de
Western are to be completely overhauled overhauledrefitted Civerbau1eClrefitted overhauledrefitted
refitted and refurnished at once Ida 5tawas Idawas Thiswa
was wa the announcement AII nt made yesCecdmy 7fSt nla
by b Major S K K Hooper After Ute dwagv dwagvis
is completed aaya ys the major the Rio RioGrande RioGrands I
Grande will have the finest offices in inSalt inSalt
1 Salt Lake Another room in the th rear Is Isroom Iste IsI
I te h tMI tilt to be used 8i a store storeroom storeroom
room room to make room for offices officeain in the theiront thefrout thefront
front Then Th the front rooms are to tort tre trerearranged berearranged
rt rearranged = and beautified in many ways waysThe wtE wtEThe
The major argues that with the U com commaadiBs comma cornmandtig
maadiBs ma corner occupied occu ied by the Rio RJoGrande 1UoGraDde Riorande
Grande fronting on Second SfJC ftd Sovth th and aadVest aacIVest andVest
Vest Temple in the Dooly btoek there thereis
is no rea r reasoe an why the oftice ahovld hi not notbe DOtbe notbe
be made mad as attractive as money and good goodtaste goodtaste
taste tast will make maket It The work ot trans transformation tra
formation will begin this morning IDOIJdDgRailrood inotningI j jHailroad
I Hailroad Notes NotesO
O P Wheeler who is i khi in the city from fromKentacky tramKentuek fromkentucky
kentucky gives gty out the statement that thatan thatn thatSn
an n eastern tern firm has the contract ef c for fornishln tarnishing furnIching
nishln nishing MfM 11 S snail horses monthly mom f fer ferttl er erthe r rthe
the ttl use of the Japanese J anoy an > n the th war warwith wrwith warwith
with Huente R Large numbers of small 1dII1lbersM smallhorses lomtllh
h horses rs s suitable for 4r111Jta army rmjr use e Mr Wheel Wheeler ¬
er says are now being shipped eat t from fromIdaho froMIdaho frornIdaho
Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe
IdahoThe The Rio Rto Grande brought an excursion of offjOIj ofI
I 509 5 members of the M L I A A from Oejd 0 eRtltentay Odeayeterdy n nvesterday
vesterday on a special train Jh Ih excur excursionists exear5iolU excursionists ¬
sionists ts spent the day at SfclUir SfclUirFiftytwo 9ltalrFiftytwo SaitsirFiftytwo
Fiftytwo San Francisco Francl tourists win winreach wmreach willreach
reach the city on pn Sunday en n their th r way wayto WRJto
to 1 the Worlds orlds fair over the Rb Grande GrandeThey GraDdeThey GrandsThey
They will spend Sunday in Salt Lake LakeTrnvling Lak LakTralin LakeTrviling
Trnvling Freight Agent Ytindt of the theRock tlteRock theRock
Rock Island is home from his vacation vacationat
at Pacific Grove Cal CalH CaLH al alH
H C Bush traffic rau manager of the theColorado tMCol theColor3do
Colorado Col rado Midland accompanied by Me Mewife IllSwit hiswife
wife arrived arriH d in the city hi private vas tIe car carlast earJast carlast
last night nightGeneral 1ithtI igtit igtitA
I A General Agent A nt Warren or the Santa anta Fe Feie Fejl Feis
ie in ih ht northwest on a business but netta trip tripTh tItpTh tripTb
Th Northwestern te now supplied with withsora withsom 1 110lt
sora of C the most beautiful raU railroad d ad advertising advertsing ¬ 1
vertising frtsin matter seen n in the cIty for a along aoo along
long oo timr One booklet entitled entitledLakt The TheLake
Lakt > and Summer Resorts l of the North Northwest Northw8t NorthT ¬ I
T west is a work of art richly UiHetrated UiHetratedand Wuatratodand
and well supplied with large maps It Itis Itj
is j a description of the northwest nortb W1Itrate4l1 country countryMimMCOtm c untry untryMamaeota
MimMCOtm and Wisconsin wtce 8iD especially and astdof atadof
of the many resorts and am fishing grounds groundsAnother groundsAnother I IAnother
Another booklet is descriptive of the theBlack theBlack theBlack
Black Hills country It sine IU G is well I Il Illustrated 11luatrated Itlustrated ¬
lustrated Both oontain nta n much Informa Information Jntwmatioa taformalion ¬
lion of value to tourists touristsSTARTLES touristse touristsSTAFLESSEHGEANTS
e I8 I8STAlfrLES
STARTLES STAFLESSEHGEANTS STAFLESSEHGEANTSStorekeeper SERGEANT SERGEANTStorekeeper SERGEANTStorekeeper
Storekeeper Exettas Officials Wonder Wonderin
in Beportijig Burglary BurglaryMust BurglaryMust BurglaryMustheve
Must Mustheve have been a centipede said ssidthe ssidtheleak the thedesk theeak
desk eak secs cqreaat aNt at police headquarters y yea yeatcrdaJ yesterdi s stcrdajr
terdi tcrdajr moraine when w c Bonnard of the theModel theModel I
Model Cleaning < company reported that thattunctecs
t burtar tunctecs MdV entered hit estabUsbment estabUsbmenti I
1 i no n41 carried 5jj Away y a dOUR pairs of trous trouson truesra
rs 1 1 addlUon on to the trooeers toe toeburgJan tbehurtlars thehurgiara
burgJan awo also secured a number of Costa ooatsand ooataand Costaand I
and vasts vastsThe ytsThe rostaThe
The clothing is valued at over Jiee JfO En Entrance EnI ¬ I
trance 1 ranee was secured through a window w ndow at atthe att
the t he raw of the store by means ef a ajimmy aJimmy
jimmy 1 mmy The window fastenings had been Veenjirted MeRjJJ1ed beenpiiedqfi
jirted jJJ1eds piiedqfi piiedqfiLOSES ofiC ofiCLOSES
s
jJJ1edLOSES
LOSES CHECK FOR 72 72C
C P Mitehell Mi eU Eeports Xep rts Loon to t Police PoliceHeadquarters PoliceJIeadquarters PoflceBeadquarters
Headquarters HeadquartersC
C T Mitchell notified pOllee headquar headquarters 1tea 1teaterti quar quartrs ¬
ters yeater yeJtaedK7 ay afternoon afterao on etllat tbat he had d lost losta
a cheek for D 72 on a Murray electric car
Mr Mitchell M tch n prefaced his petition for tori as assistarto asItac
sistarto i Itac ta tilf with a declaration taat be was wasprepared wasJrtaTd wanprepared
prepared to lick the whole force If the thecheck tbehecit thecheck
check were < not recovered recoveredMitchell neOftftdXi1rh recoveredMfthell
Mitchell Xi1rh < 11 admitted that he had been beenslightly teensiptiy beensligbtv
slightly intoxicated when he missed II the thepaper tbepaper thepaper
paper and has a theory that it was taken takenfrom taJt taJtIfb akenrem
from rem him by some fellow jmasearw jmasearwi p peeeengttuPasnw e eSf
I i Sf SfUPRISING g gUPBISENTG >
UPRISING uPasnwLondon PEASBD PEASBDIxmdon PEARED14OUden
London July 8 8ACCOIdtngto Accordhis to a spe special special apecial ¬
cial dispatch from Vienna ienrulPoIlsh Polish pa papers itapen paitem ¬
pen item report that the governor gweral gweralof
of Warsaw ha has asked permission nnJal to toplace tQplace toplace
place Russian Poland in the minor minorstate minorstate minorstate
state of siege i as otherwise it Will ll be beimpossible beimpossible beImpossible
impossible for him to prevent an up uprising ¬
rising of the disaffected popelatiou popelatiouBrain poJMIladoDr popeiatlonBrain
r > JI JIBrain
Brain Workers WorkersQrape Workersuse
use useGrape I IGrape
Grape QrapeTheres = Nuts NutsTheres NutsTheres
Theres a Reason ReasonGet 1 1j 1Get 1Get j
Get the little book Dole bu 1 Th The toad oad tA tATaJlviUe tAti teollvUle
W TaJlviUe lamWt Jf ieieh cSMh eaeu jjackago
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EXAMINE EXAMfNE8ROP EXAMfNE8ROPON 6ROPSON 6ROPS 5ROPSON
ON THE DESERT DESERTT
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350 Farmers Visit Juab County CountyStation CountySt CountyStation
Station St tion to Investigate InvestigateENTHUSIASTIC InvestigateENTHUSIASTIC investigateENTHUSIASTIC
ENTHUSIASTIC OVER OVE RESULTS RESULTSMANY RESUlTSMANY RESULTSI RESULTStANY
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MANY WILL PLANT ON ABID ABIDIiAND A1tIDLAND A1ThLAND
LAND ISIS TPATT TPATTThree ALL ALLi ALLTJt
4 4Thme i
Three TJt e hunaVed a and fifty termers from fromJtMb fromJosh rom romJuab
Josh aeuHty C 1I ty and vicinity toak t ek an exeur exeurstou excursion ceursloe
sloe to Nephi N Wednesday to vMt It IttvoEti IttvoEtiSftU fftv invistifttft stl stlt
SftU fttft t kite oxnmlne the Uaestate state artiLfilnn arlttlkrm arkl farm 10 located 10cat4td 10caid ¬
cated thore thoreThis thoreThIs thorTh1
This Th1 farm arz of forty acres is aae of ofthat six sixthat IVthat
that have been established hed d IR the dif different different dirferent ¬
ferent sections aectj of the state as a result of ofan ofaa ofnit
an appropriation of 12960 by the last histlegislature last1egt lastlegisIatre
legislature 1egt This fond was gives gIV A to tne tneofficers tn tno thOOt1crs
officers o rs of the state agricultural college collegeto
to be used In experimenting on 01 the possi possibility possIbOlty p0301bility ¬
bility of rAising successfully succes ulty cropS cr on the thearid Uteark thearid
arid sea which comprises atfeettnths or orthe orthe orthe
the area of the state stateAll stateAll statsAll
All Farms Are Successful SuccessfulProfessor SuccessfulProlfl88Ol SuccessfulProfessor
Professor J L Widtsoo who wta was In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the city yesterday ye said saidAU saidAU
AU six of the thenIUI farms which were es 8IiitabU6hed Cstabilohed i itabttehed
tabttehed last fall have proven successful successfulfar slnl slnlrar
far beyond our most sanguine expecta expectations OXHtctatiOn cxpectations ¬
tions tionsThe tiOn1he tionsThe
The farmers arrived at 11 oclock and andwere andwere andwere
were escorted over the tb farm by Professor ProfessorWkltape ProfessorHe ProfessorWidt
Wkltape Widt He explained the various pro procesacC Jtrothat proeesat
eesat cesacC that had been adopted in planting plantingand plantingand plantingand
and cultivating e the many different kinds kindsof kindsof kindsof
of crops which they were testing While Whilethe VhUethe ThIIcthe
the majority of the experiments exp < luents had hadproven hadproven hadproven
proven a success there was now and then thena
a failure He made an address add in which whichhe whichhe hlch hlchhe
he gave reasons and methods by b which whichI whichthey whichthey
I they were able to do what was waahttherto waahtthertosupposed hitherto hithertosupposed hithertosuPlOsed
supposed impossible Impo etbJralstng raising crops on oni onde8eTt ondesert
i desert tend without water He spoke also alsoI alsoof alsoof
I of some mistakes that had been made in ini ina ina
i a few Instances on certain kinds khulRo of pro produce prodtteC produce ¬
duce He explained ut t length the pond possibilities pondhIllUes ¬
bilities of desert agriculture the t c suc successes suceeeses suc0505O5 ¬
cesses they had achieved and the th mis mistakes mistakes mistakee ¬
takes that had been made and what they theyhoped theyhoped theyhoped
hoped to accomplish in the future futureParmers futureFarmers futurerarmers
Farmers Became Enthusiastic EnthusiasticProfessor EnthusiasticProfell8Or BathusiastieProfessor
Professor Wldtsoe said In my entire entireexpsrtoaea enUreex entireexpsrfeece
expsrtoaea ex 8 during the last fifteen years yearsre earJ earJI
I haft re never seen as enthusiastic e and andinterested andInterested andinterested
interested gathering as that hed yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day dayI dayTIte
I The farmers rrm rs many of them doubting doubtingThomases doubUngTho doubtingThomassa
Thomases Tho were simply wild over tl the the4f1 thedemonstration e edemonstration
demonstration 4f1 > I naver D er saw aw w rotn who whoapparently whoaplNrently whoapparently
apparently were more interested in any anysubject anYsubject anYsubject
subject in ray life Many said that this thisfall tbisfall thisfail
fall they would try the espeFjnent e Jnent on onthen ontladr Ontheir
then owrtiarnts owsarms and I believe that a few fewwore fewmore fewmore
more meetings fnca like this will wake the thefarmers thefarMeIS thefarmers
farmers of Utah up to The he possibilities possibilitiesbefore cSMibIUtJesberore possibilitiesbefore
before them m To those who have the thecourage thecou thecourage
cou courage e of their convictions and who whowill whowill whowill
will start out on this line of farming a afortune afortvne afortune
fortune many man times over la 1 n in waiting waitingMany waitingMany tlng tlngMaey
Many of the excursionists expressed the theopinion theopit theopinion
opinion oR that the crops on the farm were werenot werenot werenot
not only further advanced adn eed > But were werehealthier werehealthier werehealthier
healthier and more vigorous then hcm any anythey anyUu anythey
they Uu y had 4 seen on irrigated farms farmsInstitute farmsInstitute farmsInstitute
Institute Held HeldIn ReIdIn
In the evening at the city clt baa a farm farmers farmers farmera ¬
ers institute was held heldThe heWThe heldThe
The State Agricultural college appro approted approPdated approp
Pdated p ated ted recently Uii6 5I9 for the purpose lJOSe ofholding of ofIng ofh
h holding Ing these institutes or conventions ot otfarmers 01farmers offarmers
farmers in the different counties c c untes This Thiswas ThisWU Thiswas
was one of those assemblies Over S0l S0lfarmers J 3farmers
farmers armers were present A discussion 1 uSfion of offarm 01farm offarm
farm topics and rational methods in inwestern inwestern Inwesterti
western cultivation of the soil oU was wasteiej Ira Ifatenej Iratet1el
tenej to Irrigation with ILk the liirited 1iIIi water watersupply waterapply wateruppty
supply in Juab county was one of the thesubjects tken thesubjects
subjects n jecbl discussed The ways and ant means meansof JR98 meansof S Sof
of using to the best advantage advan advauigget2r ge the th limited limitedsupply limitedsupply limitedsupply
supply was wfiS a topic gone into at length lengthREAD lecgtl1CD iengthREADAND
CD CDREAD
READ READAND AND THEN LEAVE LEAVEVisiting LEAVEVisiting LEAVEVisiting
Visiting Couple Study Menu Careful Carefully Carefully Carefully ¬
ly and Then Retire RetireIt
It was plain enough that they weretourl8ts weretourists were weretourists
tourists It was equally plain that thatthey thattbey thatthey
they were weItodoi The husband husbandwore husbandwore
wore ore a Panama th the wife wore a shirt shirtwaist shirtwal8t Shirtwaist
waist that was far front cheap ch p It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was figured out that they had left a ahalf ahalf
half section of land behind them in inKansas InICaneas f fKatteas
Kansas or Nebraska and were on their theirfirst theirftrst theirheat
first trip to the coast although they theycould theycould theycould
could not he b less than 60 apiece apieceThey apieceThey apIeceThey
They stepped into a popular restau restaurant restaurant restaurant ¬
rant on Main fain street and the woman se secured secured socured ¬
cured a menu card from one of the thewaiters thewaJters thewaiters
waiters Over this card the couple bent benttheir benttheir benttheir
their heads in earnest consultation that thatlasted thatlasted
lasted not lees than five minutes The Theindex TheIndex TheIndex
index finger of the good wife ran down downthe downthe downthe
the list and the performance perf nnance was waspjunuctuated waspunuctuated waspunuctuated
punuctuated with many positive shakes shakesof
of the head headIt headIt headIt
It wag not difficult to figure out that thatft thatIt
It was the price list that was under underdiscussion underdlacua8ion underdiscussion
discussion It was not difficult to to Im 1mglue 1stagine Imagine ¬ I
agine that the couple coupJefrom from Kansas Kansaswere Kansaswere Kansaswere
were opposed to exchanging the price priceof priceot priceof
of three bushels of oats for a a beefsteak beefsteakor bee steak steakor
or the price of two dozen eggs for a afiish adish adish
dish of raspberries raspberriesWhen rasbarrIesWhen
When the conference came to an end endthe endthe
the menu card was laid upon the table tableas
as though A J were a delicate piece of offe1cabrac ofbrleabrac
fe1cabrac b the tourists passed to the thefront thefront thefront
front of the restaurant bought a loaf loafof 10afof loafof
of bread and a dozen cookies and andpassed andpa andpassed
passed pa out into the street streetSENATOR streetcI streetSENATOR
cI II IISENAlOR
SENATOR SENAlOR CLARK COMING COMINGHeand COMINGJIeand COMINGEeand
Heand B C Kerens Exuected ected in City CityNext CityNext
I Next Week WeekUnited WeekUnUed WeekUnited
United States Senator William A AClark AClark AClark
Clark of Butte Mont is expected to toarrive toarrive toarrive
arrive in the city next week He will willbe willhe willbe
be accompanied by Richard C Kerens Kerensof Kerensof Kere s sof
of St Louis Lou Wo o who also is heavily
interested in the San Pedro Los An Angdes AngeIes Anee
gdes ee Salt Lake railroad railroadIt
It was stated yesterday that It is isthe isthe Isthe
the intention of Senator Clark and andMr andMr andM4
Mr Kerens to make a a trip of inspec inspection In Inspertion pec pection ¬
tion over the formers line as far south southas
as the road has been completed oom ted Upon Upontheir Upont Upontheir
their return N Ux Salt Lake CIty they theywm theywm theywill
wm proceed to Los Angeles over o r the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific iVhere her a directors directorsmeetfag dirootorsmeetbg directorsmeeting
meeting is to tobe be held nest ne t week weekBEAT weekREAL weeka weekREAL
a
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TKANSPERSJoe I IJoe
Joe Jo Borrl and wife to August UCU8t West WestMan Westman
Man 0 sections 3 i and 22 = township
1 north range 2 west ieatAugust 42J M
August Westman W flStman to Babetta Burr
let 7 Week 31 X plat C CAugust s 2iOO eo
August Westman V to Babetta Burri Burrilots BurriIota BurntIots
lots IS ead 1 11 block 2 a Terrace
Heights HeightsJobanuab 260
Johannah Brixen and husband to toIrfuiis toLouIs
LouIs C Mortensen lot I 5 block blockcre blockl
l 11 5eere cre plat A i I
Peter Moore to George Geo Saxton see section seetIoa seetion ¬
tion 22 2Z township 1 south range 1 1east 1fOot 1east
east 1 1Ralph 1Rarph 1Ralph
Ralph Jenkins and wile to George GeorgeW Geotew rge rgeW
W Jenkins len1d1J section 4 4 township townshIpsouth 3 3south
south range t east eastJames eastJames J JReber
James hw W Burkmsnaw t w and wife wii to toBebecker i t tRebecker
Bebecker Reber A A JenWns lots 2 3 3 3ad 4 4and 4and
and 6 L S S Ssndy ndy Station plat piatHUbbord 475 475Hubtard 4i3HubtlArd
Hubtard Investment company to M MA MLewis hiLewis
A Lewis et aL tots 14 and 13 13block U Ublock 3 3block
block 7 Oakley 5 5William 5WUlIa SWLIIla
William WUlIa J Wille WU and wife w to George GeorgeA GOrsA
A Passefl lot 1 1 block 5 plat D 1 1aTAEBIAGE 1cao 1A1kBIAGB
cao caoMAR
MAR aTAEBIAGE AGE LICENSES LICENSESGdwari LICENSESEdwat LICENSESEdward
Edward < J 1 Roseveur Park City Clt3s Clt3sNorman 1tyBertha 2S 2SBertha
Bertha Norman Park City CityO CityOJa Ky KyJames 20 20James
Ja James D Plekai Salt It Lake City Clt7Sadl CitySadie Z Z3adi
3adi Sadie BUHngsley Sago Ida 2s 2sWBNT 2Sa 2SwmlT
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WBNT BROKE ON WHEAT VHKATSt WHEATSt
St Louts July 8 SThe The suspension of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Thyson Commission company was wasanneofloed wasannouaoed wasannounced
announced on the floor of the Mer Merchants Merchants Merchants ¬
chants exchange e nge today rJhe firm had hadsold hadMId hadsold
sold a large lar amount of wheat for forTuly forTulydell July Julydelivery Julydelivery
delivery dell for customers several of whom whomfailed whomfaDed whomfailed
failed to margin their deals and the thecomnlssion thecom1Rl8slon thecommission
commission company companyhad had to suspend suspendTiTftS suspend1t
1t 1t1C
TiTftS z MAYBBICKO EELEASB EELEASBLondon RFTFA FTBAZELondon E ELoacJon
London July S SThe The Associated Press Presslearns Presslearns Presslearns
learns definitely de nitely that Mrs Irs Florence FlorenceMaybriek FlorenceMaybriek FlorenceMaybniek
Maybriek will lIlbe be released rele se as an ap ordi ordinary ordlnary ordinary ¬
nary prisoner on ticket of leave be between between between ¬
tween new and Aug1 AUg 14 1 The authori authorities authorities authorties ¬
ties hate a e no Intention of otgnontin gnmting her a afre asdron afree
free padron but dWinsgt N IJmnost npLoserestrictions Jmnose any t i iTtttl
restrictions Ttttl < tlonJ on Mrs SfaylriBfc f yllfRlk after altpBhr afterher terJ terJher
her arrival in Anie Anuesaasj
tJ
NOW NGWISTHE IS THE TIMETO TIMETO TIME TIMETO
TO CAN FRUITS FRUITSGooseberries FRUITSGooseberries FRUITSGooseberries
Gooseberries Raspberries and andCherries andCherries andCherries
Cherries at TheirBest TheirBestTOMATOES Their TheirBestTOMATOES Best BestI BestTOMATOE
I
TOMATOES HAVE BEEN EEtIPOOR EEtIPOORBETTER POOR POORSETTEE POORe POORBETTER
e
BETTER GRADBE GBADEBXBCTED ECTED FROM FROMf FROMTEXA ROLTEXA
f
TEXA TODAY TODAYHousewives TODAY41Io TODAYH0ewIves
+
Housewives 1Io who w wish JY h to put up any anygooseberries anygeessborIos n ngeesebooiea
gooseberries are recommended to do so sonew soRWO 30new
new as the dealers de hrs say 7 this fruit is at atpresent atpreteRt atpresent
present at its best The tarn oxheart oxheartcherries ox oxheertherrl hart hartherrlec
cherries herrl dropped dro ped to I cents yesterday
This is about as low as they will get so soit soit sot
it t M I an excellent time to can them Or Ordinary Ordly Ordisary ¬
dinary pie sherries went uy u yesterday yesterdayfrom yesterdayfrom yesterdayfront
from 6 to 8 13 cents and the other othernietles va varieties varieties ¬
rieties will probably be higher before beforelong before1oDg bemnrelong
long Raspberries are coming very Plan plentifully plenptlf1ilJ Plantifutly ¬
tifully tlf1ilJ and grocer advise that next week weekwill weekwIn weekwift
will be the proper time Um to preserve them themTomatoes themTomat themTomatoes
Tomatoes Tomat have be beid r of an Inferior Inferiorgrade Inieriorgrade Inferiorgrade
grade bet b t a carload of better ones will willprobably WllIPrebbly willPrbsblv
probably be on sale today The home libraegrown lfnmcrown homegrown
grown variety will likely be ripe in a few fewlys fewdays fOtVeays
days eaysCocoamita lys lysCoeoanuts
Coeoanuts Co oanJta which whlehWweout were out cf market marketfor marketfor marketfor
for a short time til are re now on sale a agalA agalAYesterdays alA alAYesterdays t1 t1Yesterdays
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25 Wi g <
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Idaho trout ate e to ttc per pound poundBlack poundBlack
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Salmon 1Zc per perHallbutJic podrei podreiHalibut poendHalibut
Halibut HallbutJic HallbutJicStriped JSc JScStriped hSeStnIpedbase2Gc
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WhItZish Whlt sft 20c 20cMackinaw
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Sturgeon SturgeoaSoJes Sturgeose Ifte IfteSoles
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Smelts 1 JScner pound poundFresh poundFresh
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Crabs Cr ba Sc to Me c eaehRed eaeh eahfled
Red snapper 28c P per r pound poundShrimps poundShrimps poundShrimps
Shrimps 4dc perpouBd perpouBdPoultry per perpoundPOultry pauQd pauQdPoultry
Poultry PoultryHens PoultryHem POultryHens
Hens live We 4c dressed dres ed lie per per poundSpring pound poundSpring poufldSpring
Spring chickens dressed 3tp 1 1Broilers pound poundBroilers UndBroilers
Broilers frozen ro1e 25c c per pound poundDairy pMfndDairy poundDairy
Dairy Products ProductsButter ProductsButter ProductsButter
Butter creamery 9 3 Yk c to 25c c per perp perpound perpoundranch pound poundranch und undranch
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Cheese Utah cream l c te 20c 2O per perpound perpound perpound
pound eastern teCl 12fec 1 limburger 20 Im Imported Imported 1stported ¬
ported Swiss 30c brick brlekHoney brickHoney JKc JKcHoney
Honey comb ISo box strained 25c per perpint perpint perpint
pint pintS
Vegetables WegetalilesPotatoes Vegetab1esPotat VegetablesPotatoes
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Potatoes es new Utah 4dc per peck peckCabbage 1cckCabbaJe peckCabbage
Cabbage Utah 5c c per r pound poundCucumbers puvndCeumbers pudCncumbers
Cucumbers ic each eachRadishes eachRadfslte8 eachRadishes
Radishes 1 24e Mr r bunch bunchCauliflower punchCauliflower hunchCauliflower
Cauliflower Utah lc per pound poundRhubarb poundRhubarb pOUfl pOUflRhubarb
Rhubarb 2c per pound poundTomatoes poundrnatoes und undTOtnatoes
Tomatoes Texan T xac lOc to 12C per pound pounaWax poundax pOunWax
Wax ax beans Sc per pound poundTurnps poundTurntps poundTurnps
Turnps 2c per bunch banchTourgr bunchTOUTg bunchYoung
Young beets 2c c to 3 l3c per bunch bunchParsley bunchParsley bunchParsley
Parsley 5c per bunchPeas bunch bunchPeas bUDekPeas
Peas Sc to 3 38c c per pack packCarrots t9CkCarrots peckCarrots
Carrots 2 1i hmch Bunches Dch Se SeLeltHce iieLeltuce ScLettuce
Lettuce Utah I bunches for ac 5 Cali California California Calfornia ¬
fornia 5c per bunch bunchSpinach bunchSplnam bunchSpinach
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Celery io per bunch bunchPeppers bunchPeppers bunchPeppers
Peppers green 40 40c < per POSed pouadStrawberries pouDdFruits POSedFru1ts
Fruits FruitsSta Fru1tsStrawberries
Strawberries Sta wberries 10 l to to 32c 2cbx 2cbxRaspberries br berRaspberries brRa5pberries
Raspberries red S Ileper 1hr per box black blackMe blackItc
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Blackberries Utah lie per box boxCantaJouoes boxCantaJounes boxCantalounes
CantaJouoes California a lie c to tec C each eachPlums eachPlume eachPlums
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Gooseberries S l3c < to l lie c per Tjeuad TjeuadLemons 1t8undLemons noundLemons
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Cherries oxhearts Me per pound pie pieS
S l3c black tartarian lie JScOranges 1icOranges lieOranges
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SOc navels 25c ic c to SOc 50cCurrants 00cCurrants SOcCurrants
Currants Tifec box boxBananas boxBananak x xBananaS
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Cocoanutv CocOanvt ICe to tic 5c each eachWatermelons 5CbWatermetons ch chWatermefons
Watermelons Texas 4Ie 4l te Sc iicPeacJteS ScFeacltes icPeaches
Peaches 5 to lc 1 c per pound poundApricots poundApricots poundApricots
Apricots Me per pound poundGrain nd ndGrain
Grain GrainBran GrainBran GrainBran
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Com S1T9 l per hundred hundredOats lwOOredOats hundredOats
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Wheal Wh uie 11 to n ue L J per bushel bushelBarley busheLBuleY busheLBarley
Barley feed 51 IiOj IJO J i oiled iolledBaled oiledBaled UIt UItBaled
Baled Hay and Straw StrawAlfalfa strawAIta1l StrawAJfalfs
Alfalfa f 12 per ton tonTimothy tORTimothy tonTimothy
Timothy Ii 17 per ton tonStraw tonStraw 4 4Straw
Straw tie per bale baleHigh baleFlour baleflour
Flour FlourHIgh flourHighs
High patent SO 12SOStraight S0 S0Straight I IStratgbt
Straight gaide e e 36 36Bakers 61 61akern 6iakcrs
Bakers KeTl No 1 JtoO JtoOCroup 25GC1II 2ScICroup
C1II C1IICroup
Croup CroupIs
Is a violent inflammation n of the tb mu mucous mucous urncons
cous membrane of the windpipe which whichsometimes whichsometimes whichsometimes
sometimes extends tp to the larynx and andbroncblal andbroncbIal andbronchial
bronchial tubes and is one of the most mostdangerous mostdangerous mostdangerous
dangerous diseases of children It al almost almost a amost ¬
most always conies on In the night nightGive nightGive nightGive
Give frequent small doses of Ballards BallardsHorehound BallardsHorehound BallardsHorehound
Horehound Syrup and apply BallanTs BallanTsSnow BallarosSnow BalladisSnow
Snow Liniment externally to the throat throat2Sc throatic throat2c
2Sc Sflc 00 1W 1 Sold by Z C M I L drug drugdepartment drugdepartment drugdepartment
department departmentFISHERMEN departmentFISHERMENSEXCURSION
11 IIiII IIiIIFISHERMENS =
FISHERMEN FISHERMENSEXCURSION FISHERMENSEXCURSIONTo EXCURSION EXCURSIONTo
To Provo Canyon CanyonVia Via D B BLeave G GLeave GLeave
Leave Salt Lake Saturday 500 p m mReturning mReturning inReturning
Returning leave Upper Falls 1 alls 310 p m mand mand inand
and 960 9OOp p m Sunday or 310 > p m mMonday mMonday inMonday
Monday SM ot for the round trip Take Takeyour Taketour Takeyour
your tour family fam y to Upper Falls Resort the theprettiest theprettiest theprettiest
prettiest place in Utah First class classmeate classmeaJs classmeals
meals Trout and chicken dinners dinnersCheerfully dinnersII dinnersOhedrfuily
II e eOhoSrlully
Cheerfully Recommended Por Eheu Eheumatisni Rheumatism Eheuulatisut
matisni matisniO
O G Higher Danville DL writes writesDae writesDee writesDec
Dee 2 1091 About two years ago I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was laid up for four months with rheu rheumatism rheumatism rhesmatism ¬
matism I triad Baliards Snow Lini Linimenl LinIment Linimast
mast one bottle cured me I can cancheerfully cancMe cancheefully
cheerfully cMe fully recommend it t to all suffering sufferingfrom sUfferingfrom stiffeningfrom
from theaffliction the amieUon 25c Soc LTO Sold Soldby Soldby Soldby
by Z C M I drug department departnrentMUNYON
3 IcIil1yoFTAUtS MUNYON MUNYONTALKS
TALKS TO VJOr WOmENO Eit
Monyoas WitehHazel WikhHazalC Soap o p is isekin a aekin
ekin food and andvitalizer vitalizcr It nouri nourisiin nourishes the tbesiin theskin
siin jest ust as much as food nouri nourition nourishes the theb thebody
b body XW It pnta evc every pore into a healthy healthycondition healthycondition
condition assists Nature aturo in throwing off offpoisons offpoisons
poisons from the body allays inflamm1t inflamm1ttion inflannnnLion ¬
tion cools cools soothes and anti heala all irritated irritatedparts irritatedparts irritatedparts
parts It cures chapped hands and lips lipsand lipsand lipsand
and all nlllorms forma of ofch chaffing No soap no nolotionno nolotioDno noIotionno
lotionno Trash ever made will so quickly quicklylittle quicldyquiet quicklyquiet
quiet a b1by babysnffering snffering with prickly heat heator heator
or any form of rash S Munyons Witch WitchHazel WitchHazel
Hazel SoaJ I Itssoothing soot1 ng effect upon the thelittle thelitUo
little ones is almost instantaneous I Iwant Iwantesery want wantevery wanteV
every eV ry person troubled with hives or who whois whois whois
is tormented by any itching to bathe bathewith bathewith bathewith
with MunyonaWitchHazetgoap Mnnyons WitchH WitchHazel Soap using usinjrjraleraghotEStheekin
jraleraghotEStheekin fer as hot hotastheckin Bthe skin can bear Belief BeliefrnUPto
rnUPto immediate MTINYON MTINYONld MUNY MtJNYOld 1
> ld everywhere cvcryw ere Prio Pricol5 15 cents
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SAY SAYEMPlOYMENT SAYEMPlOYMENTSCHEME EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENTSCHEME EM PWYMENfSCHEMES
SCHEME SCHEMES IS FAKE FAKEPolice FAKEPolice FAKEPOIic
Police Take an Agent Into IntoCustody IntoCustody IntoCustody1
Custody CustodyDONS Custodyri Custody1DOS
DONS ri GUISE OF OFw WORKING WORKINGJ lORKINGrw
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J w WI STACEY STA ACCUSED OP OPtTBATTDTOBHT OFTRA OPEEAUDVLBNT
tTBATTDTOBHT TRA ULERT DEALS V VJ VJ VC VJ
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J W Yo Stacey was arrested last night nightby uJghtby nightby
by Officer Seager on a charge 1 iifDb iifDbLathing C Ob Obtaining h htalnlng ¬
Lathing money under false pretenses pretensesThe pieWn pretanse5The es esThe
The object given by the police oHce te th thbreaking the thebreaking thebreaking
breaking up u of the practice of defraud defraudIng defraudingorklngmen defraudIng
Ing ingorklngmen nvorkingmen by false promises of ofpositions ofpositions ofpositions
positions Staceys S ace1s arrest was as th the he re result result resuIt ¬
sult of a visit by the policeman t to his hisplace hiSplace hIsplace
place of business 69 6 East Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street in response to the fol following iQllowinz fqllowing ¬
lowing advertisement advertisementTen
Ten teamsters wanted for San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco transportation furnished Cli
60 East Fourth South street between be betweonand ee 2 2and 2and
and 5 p m today todayOfficer tOOa tOOaOfficer todayOfficer
Officer Seager in plain clothes re responded responded responded ¬
sponded about 6 oclock last night ight He Heinquired Heinquired Heinquired
inquired the terms and as he expected expectedwag
wag as asked to deposit 1 as an evidence evidenceof
of good faith Stacey was to furnish furnishhim furnishhim furnishhim
him transportation within twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours twentyfourhours
hours Upon Staceys demand forcoin forcointhe fofcointhe foro4nthe
the officer took him in charge chargeIn
In speaking of the arrest last night nightChief nightChief
Chief of Police Lynch stated statedI
I have little doubt but that there therehas fhErehas thdiehas
has been much faking by these theseso thesesocalled so socalled socalled
called employment agents I under underi understand understand
i stand thatthe that the man now under unde arjest arjesti azresihas
i has been successful suece tul in securing men menIn menin menIn
In response to his advertisement advertisementWhen advertlsem advertisementWhen nt ntVhen
When asked jf the police were In Inpossession inpossession Inpossession
possession of information bearing di directly directi direetly ¬
rectly recti upon Staceys alleged fraudulent fraudulentoperations fraudulentoperatl fraudulentoperations
operations operatl ns Chief Lynch said Well Wellhe Wellhe Wellhe
he was taken in charge so I guess guessthere guessthere guessthere
there were good grounds ounds all right
In Staceys clothes were W re found a
black Mackmssk mask a fake detectives badge badgeand badgeand badgeanti
and other incriminating evidence evidenceBaseball evidenceCleaQ evidenceBaseball
CleaQ CleaQBa
Baseball Ba eball Players and Poot Racers RacersLouis ItacersLouis BacersLouis
Louis J Kruger exchampion long tang l ng
distance foot racer of Germany German and
Holland writes Oct 27 mi Curing
my t trajning of
eight weeks foot races racesnow
at Salt Lake City in April Jast last I used
Balfards Snow now Liniment to my m great ¬
est satisfaction Therefore I highly
recommend Snow Liniment to all who
are troubled with sprains bruises or
rheumatism 26c 2iie Me 100 bottle
Sold by > Z C M 1 I drug department departmentT
T T
WAISTS WAISTSSO wAIsfs wAIsfs5OrOO
5000 SO OO for 2500
2500 for f r 1250
1500 for 750
1000 for 500
500 for 250
250 for 125
125 for 63
+ + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t4 + + + i + + + + + ft + f + t + 1t 1tWalk + + + + +
i 4 Walk Walkers rs Store Stortt +
t + + 4 4i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t tIi
i Gir GirFrocks Girls Colored ored Was Wasto Wash WashFrocks WashFrocks +
Ii Frocks Up to 7 for forA for2 for2A for2 for2A
+ A goodly g odly sized ized lot of dresses dressesthe the last of our special invoice All pretty every one a new style and andfabrics andfabrics 4 4fabrics +
+ + fabrics of ot this summer Chambrays percales and d lawns Different colors in plain and the striped and anaed + f ffigured
+ 4 figured tired ed effects Mostly sailor and Russian styles smartly t1y trimmed For girls of 6 to 12 years yearsWere yea 1 1Were + +
+ Were 3 up to 7 each until untili untilclosing +
4 +
i closing time choice choice2 coice2r 2 2i t ttt
i tt r K + V + + + + + fj 4 + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i ir + + + + + + + + + o + + + + 4 4S
r S Boys oys5 350 3SoWash Wash Trousers TrousersISb TrousersISbMade ISc IScMade
+ +
4 Made of white wbiteduck duck and striped galatea Sizes 4 to 8 years Sell regularly at 35c Saturday all day until unUlclosing untilclosing
+ closing time at atAnight Anight nIght 15c a pair pairTT pairt pairtWonens +
t + TT + + T + T + T + T + TT + + T + TTTTTTl + + + + + + + I + + 11 + + I + I + f I + + + + I + i + + i + I + I + + k kC + + + + I + i + + + = + + + + + + + + + + +
tWonens + orriens Linen LnenSkrts Skirts C up up to 3 for I9B I9Bf 195t 195tMade +
+ f Made of tan and natural color linen Un en in n several of the new seasons styles stylestucks tucks embroidered bands bandsbox bandsbox 4 4box +
+ box plaiting or side plaits All 2iO 250275 375 and 3 skirts Saturday alTday all day until closing time at nighferchoosa nightchoosQat +
+ at 1195 195 >
+ 4
I 1 A
t Mens 1 Underwear = 80c 80cBrown 80cBrown j jBrown
+
+ Brown balbriggan balbniggannbfrts shirts and drawers neatly neatlyfinished neatlyfinished neatlyfinished
finished an extra value v lue at i 1 a suit Saturday Saturdayf Saturdaynight Sattirdaynight
+
+ f night 630 until 930reduced to to80c SOc a suit 4
+ 4
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JOWNS
15000 for 7500 7500for
10000 for 5000 5000for
7500 for 3750 3750for
5000 for f r 2500 2500for
4000 400030QO for 2000 2000for 209030QO 200030QO
30QO for 1500 1500for
2500 for 1250
Splendid Lots of Womens Vom ns Col Collars Collars CoIlars =
lars 25c 25 and 35c Kinds for 15c 15cZonen ISeLinen +
Linen hemstitched collars cream and white Tvliitelace whitelace +
lace stock collars fancy collars of many kinds Mndssome 4 +
some up to 50c each but mostly 25c and 35c regu regular regular +
lar all one priced for Saturday night 630 till tillclosing tinclosing 4 +
closing time 15c each +
4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4
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BigCle Big Oearonce rance Sale Begins at 9 O O9dock O9dockon clock
2 OFf on ON VRY ARTICl
SILK AND MOhAIR MOUAIRSUIRT MOhAIRsiirnj
SHIRT WAIST SUITS
5000 for 2500
4000 for 2000 20 OO
3000 for 1500
2000 for r 1000
1500 for 750 750toOO 750iaoo
1000 for 500
All Our OurNeckwear OurNovelties OurNoeities
Novelties NoveltiesNeckwear NoeitiesNeckwear
Neckwear NeckwearHats NeckwearBelts NeckwearBelts
Belts BeltsJewery BeltsJewelry
Jewelry JeweryHats JewelryHats
HatsPetticoats HatsPetticoats Hats HatsPetticoats
Petticoats PetticoatsWalking PetticoatsWalking PetticoatsWalking
Walking Skirts Skirtsand SkirtsDress
and andDress aodDress
Dress Skirts
Hamiltons Hamilto Sale 216 J Main M1i1 St
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I THIS IS NOT A SELL SELLBUT i I II I IBUT
BUT BUTA BUTAGENUINE A ANE AGENUINE = =
GENUINE NE SAL SALX SALE SItIEON i it t
X + t ON REFRIGERATORS A few fewHammocks Cewt
t left of the Celebrated Illinois Auto unok A At
k t MaUl We ate selling Fruit Jars Jarst 1
1 Hammocks Gasoline Stoves and andIce aR4Ice
1 Ice Cream FreeZe cheaper than thanUIAJLWJ thanr
r > 4 UIAJLWJ anybody else CTCT In u the w city tj if i JV JVdont you 70Udont youdozft
dont bciieve as is ccmc me and m see seeKING ee eeX 4 4fKING
fKING KING HARDW HARIIWARE HARIIWARESTOVE AR l lI I
4 STOVE lid U 8thThe I Yr 1
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X t The Old Reliable Stand StandPhone StandPhone7 StandPhone
+ Phone Phone7 748 48Either Either Line LineOF Linev LineTU LineTUESTATE +
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TU TUESTATE ST A IE BANK BANKOf
OF UTAH UTAHCorner UTAHC UTAHCorner
Corner C rner MaUl and South Tethple TethpleStreets Teuiplestreets TenipleStreets
Streets Salt Lake City CityJOSEPH CityJOSEPH Cit7JOSEPH
JOSEPH F SMITH SMtTHPrurdent SMtTHPrurdentLJtAM President PresidentWILIAAM PrtsidentWILLIAM
WILLIAM LJtAM B PRESTON Vice VI e President PresidentCHARLESS Presld PresidentCHARLESS nt ntCHARLESH
CHARLESS BURTON Cashier CashierHENRY CashierREoRYT CaehierHENRY
HENRY T WEWXN UEW AN Asst Cashier CashierAccounts CashJ r r6ENERJLBANKING r r3ENERALBANKING
6ENERJLBANKING 3ENERALBANKINGAceeunts BUst G s scaeunts
Accounts Solicited < S eclaraltentldnf ec1111 Rtt nt1dU to tocountry toCOunuy tocouniry
country trade Correspondeticc lcvite4L InVIte
+
Feather Dusters Half Priced Pricedv PricedOstrich PricedOstrich
+ v Ostrich feather dusters large sizes that sell sellat sellat sellat
+ at SI 1 up to S3 2 each Saturday all day dayHALF dayHALFTRESE dayflATPTBESE HAUT HAUTf
+ f THESE PRICES
Saturday Night Special Price Reductions
+
25c and 35c Shirt Waist SetsISc SetsIScPearl Sets = ISc IScIearl
Pearl oxidized and gold plate waist sets sets vari varions Various varioils +
oils patterns sold at 25c and 35c 35 Saturday all day day15c dsy15c 4 4I
I 15c +
IF YOU WANT CASH GASHFOR CASHFOR CASHFOR
FOR YOUR YOURBAD YOURBAD YOURBAD
BAD DEBTS DfiBTSGET DEBTSWE D1BTSWE
WE CAN GET IT ITNo
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in what town townciL3 city state or terri territory territory terntory ¬
tory toryIf toryIf
toryJf If wo wodtd did net know we could col collect colle cc cc1et ¬
lect le t your bills we certainly would wouldnot wouldBOt wouldnot
not be paying out money to ad advertise adycrtJ8e advertise ¬
vertise vertiseWe ycrtJ8eVe vertiseWe
We Ve advertise adOertfsebecaus because we want wantyour wantyour rantyour
your claims for collection Our Ourability OuraltlHtv Ourability
ability to make collections where whereall whereaU
all others have failed fall d has enabled enabledMS
MS to build up the largest collection collectionbusiness collectionbu collectionbusiness
business bu lness in the world worldThis worleThis orIn orInThis
This ad Is sure to bring brin many manyclaims manylms manyclaims
claims lms to our offices for collection collectionand cOJlectionand tOllectiOnand
and we are just as sure ure to collect collectthese collecttJtese ollectthese
these claims and make money in incommissions Incommissions incommissions
commissions thereon
MERCHANTS M PROTECTIVE I ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONScientific 9
Scientific k Collectors of t Debts Publishers of Credit Records of Delinquent DelinquentDebtors telinquestDebtors i
Debtors D btors who can < but reftwe to pay their Just debts and consequently < un unwarthy unworthy unwarthy
warthy of trust and confidence REPORTERS of How People pay ay their theirEstablished thclrblils theirbfls
blils blilsEstablis bflsEstablished Established Establis hed 11 years Representatives everywhere e Offices O ffIe es Top Floor FloorCommercial FloorCommercial
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