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III J t II IISALT SALT LAKE CITY IfY UTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 lOo iiO 1
FIFTH IFTH AVENUE AVENUEelURDH 1 1l
l elURDH GimH R CH BURNED BURNEDOne SU RiNfD RiNfDOne
One o r the Host tost Richly ich1y Furnished FurnisliedEdifices FurnishedZifices
FUrniShedl
Edifices in the Country CountryFAMOUS
CoUIitryI I
I
4 FAMOUS FA S PAINTINGSRUINED PAINTINGSRUINEDNARROW PAINTING ED EDNARROW
NARROW ESCAPE OF ROCKEFEL ROCKEFELLERS ROCtEFELLERS ROCEFLLERS ¬
LERS HOME HOMENetfr HOMENew HOMENOL
New NOL York AugV gSt > Stir StirThomas Thomas ThomasEpiscopal ThomasEpISQopal
Episcopal church at mfth avenue avenue enue and anllFIftYthird
Fiftythird street one of the most mostrichly mostrIchly
richly furnished religious edifices In inAm
America Am rIca was wrecked by fire today
Within a block of the ruined ohurch ahurchare
are the homes of half a score of the thecountrys thecountljs
countrys wealthiest man On Fifty FItt FIttfourth
fourth street directly in the rear is the therity thecity
city residence of John D Rockefeller Rockefellerand
and neart nearby > y are the residences of VH
Ham Rockefeller H McK Twombley Twombl 3
Colonel J J McCook and nd the home of ortl1e
the late Daniel S Lamont The hotel hotelSt hofelSt
St Regis R gIs IB h scarcely S one block away awayand awayand
and scores of the finest City Ity homes In InAmerica Inmerlca
America are in the section of which which8t
St Thomas church was practically the thecenter thoenter
center The lire was confined to tho thochurch
church
Only a Mere Shell Left LeftDefeotive
Defeotive electric wiring is supposed supposedto
to have caused the fire Only a mere m re reshell
shell of stone walls was left standing standingand tandlnsand
and many valuable paintings and kn lbas lbasrellets hasreflefs has hasreliefs
reliefs were > ruined One bronze ronze bas basrelief basrelief 0 0relIef
relief called The Adoration of the
Cross and valued at 68000 was wastotally wastotally
totally destroyed d stroyed Two large paintings paintingsof
of The Resurrection and nd Christ
Healing the Sick were also burned
John La Farge executed the paintings paintingsand palnUiJgsand iTlntths
and the thttba bas relief W vog Vafrom jCrom rom Augustus Alugu August t s 0
St Gauden Sumptoious Sump ou3 altujc arid
chancol < hanc l furnishings Including a 2d 0
000 organ were destroyed by the fire fireRockefellers
Rockefellers House Escaped EscapedFor
For a time JOhn T hn D Rockefellers
home was In danger Firemen who whostood whostood I
stood with their hose lines in the win wine 0
e dows 0C Mr 1 Rockefellers Ro keteller8 home con confntrated 0
hI A fntrated the streams of water on the
V 6 foot stone tower of the church churchwhich churchwhich
which for a time threatened 1 to topple toppleover toppleOVer toppleover
over on the Rockefeller house owing to I
the Intense heat at tho towers owers base basej
t The church was closed clo ed for the sum sumtner summOl
j A mOl and has stoodon n Its present site
7 for fifty years and has bftan b on the I
theatre of some of Americas most m sI
brilliant weddings The Rev Ernest
M Stires is the pastor pastorThe pastorThe pastorThe
The residence of Dr W Seward Webb
was damaged by firemen who broke
Into the house in order to drag dra their theI
hose to an advantageous position positionCOBBAN positionc positionCOBBAN
c
COBBAN TAKES THE THESTAND THESTAND THESTAND
STAND IN DEFENSE DEFENSEHelena
Helena Mont Aug 8 SR R M Cob ¬
ban of Missoula lIls80ulaon on trial In the United
States court for subornation of per perjury perjury perjury ¬
f jury in connection with western Mon Montana lIontana ¬
tana timber land entries took to the th stand 1
today and denied he had kny any agree agreement ngreement ¬
ment with C L Grlswold the govern governments governments governmonts ¬
ments star witness to induce Inducopcople peoplfe S
to locate IQo te upon claims under agreement agreementto t tto
to sell to Cobban He admitted there therewas therewas thenwas
was an agreement that Griswold would wouldreceive wouldreceive I Ireceive
receive 5 cents per 1000 feet on tim timber timber ¬
ber secured by him Cobban said k he hi S
knew the locators would not be able ableto ableto S Sto
to handle the timber and would have haveto haveto S Sto
to sell to some rich corporation corporationSQUARE corporationSQUARE
13 13x
x SQUARE DEAL D DEALASKED DEALASKEDBY AL ASKEDBY ASKED ASKEDBY
BY GOVERNOR WRIGHT WRIGHTManila WRIGHTllanila WRIGH1Manila
Manila Aug S SSecrotary Secretary Taft was wastho wastho wa S Sthe
tho guest ruest of honor tonight at a ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet given by the combined chambers chambersof S Sof
of commerce at the Grand opera house houseCovers houseCovers houseCovers
Covers were w re laid for 500 guests The Theaddress Theaddress Th Thaddress
address of welcome was made by Coy Governor Go Goern Coyernor ¬
ernor ern or General Wright who said in part partIt partIt partIt
It may seem seem somewhat inappropriate inappropriatefor C Cfor
for me to say so tonight but gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men I think we have a right to ask askyou askyou asi asiyou
you for what our president calls cg1i a asquare asquare asquare
square deal Whether we wernare rnare are right rightfully rightfull rightfully ¬
fully full or wrQngfully hero Is not to be bediscussed bedlsoussed b e ediscuasod
discussed at this time but when the theAmerican theAmorican th e eAmerican
American people takes over oer the sover sovereignty 3Overelgnty soverelgnty ¬
elgnty of a people without their con consent consent consent ¬
sent they will get a square doal dealIt doalo
f o
1 S It to only nly t tn sn cents round oun trip to toSaltalr toSataJr t
Saltalr Aug 2 2BIDS 9 9BIDS 9BIDS
BIDS FOR IRRIGATION WORK WORKSpecial WORKSpecial WORKSpeeIl
Special to the Herald HeraldWashington HeraJdV Hea1dWashington
Washington V hillgton D C Aug 8 8Bids 8Bidswill BJds BJdswill S Swill
will b be opened at Billing Mont MontSept MontSept MontSept
Sept S for th the construction of a dam damon damon dat n no
o on the Shoahone Sbo none irrigation project in inWyoming I a
r F Wyoming The day following bids for forthe forthe to r rthe
the Coroett Cor tt tunnel on the main canal canalon canalon cane ii iion 1
on this iliA same project will be op opend opendSopt nd ndSept 1 1Sept
Sept 26 bids will be opened at Mont Montrose Montrose Monirose
rose Colorado fo rthe completion of ofthe ofthe C r rthe r
the Qunnison tunnel of the Uncom Uncompahgrc Uncompahgr I Ipkthgrf
pahgrc project in western Colorado ColoradoT
T H Sherrard chief of the division divisionof a aof i
of forest t erice who Js J tnsp Inspecting ctfng ctfn g j
timber cuttings in forest r reserveswill reserves servQJiwlll serQ I IV i
V will spend the month of August la laWyoming InWomlng I
Wyoming WyomingWOMAN WomlngWOMAN Wyomingf
f WOMAN ACCUSED ACCUSEO OF OFPOISONING OFPOISONING OFPOISONING
POISONING HUSBAND HUSBANDSeattle D DSeattle
Seattle Wash Aug 8 8Mrs Mrs Min Minnie Minnie 5 5rUe ¬
nie Burke is In the city < Jail accused aceu accuse ed d I
by her husband Michael Burke with withattempting withattempting wit h hattempting d
attempting to poison him last night t
Burke is in a serious condition The Thehusband Thehusband TI ie iehusband
husband alleges that his ht wife gave gavehim gavehIm ga e ehim
him strychnine with the purpose of f
killing him to get his hi money The Thewomnn TheWoman TI so sowoman
Woman said she was administering administeringmedicine admInisteringmedicine adinlnisterlii a amedicine
medicine for asthma asthmaLIGHTHOUSE asthmaLIGHTHOUSE
asthma11II
11II 11IILIGHTHOUSE
LIGHTHOUSE CAPTURED CAPTUREDTokio CAPTUREDToRlo CAPTUREDToklo
Tokio Aug 8 1110 u m mThe TJi navy na y
department dep rtment announces that a force orce of ofJapaneae ofJapane sf > f
Japanese e landed land d at Port Imperator 160 160miles 150miles ii iimiles sfo Q
miles south of Kastri bay Siberia and andcaptured andcaptured at I Icaptured ri u
captured < e lighthouse keeper but re released re1eased r 0 0leased ¬
leased him and allowed d him to ontinu ontinuhis ontinihis ntln1his
his duty dut The lighthouse guards fled fledinland fledinland lh lhinland
inland without making any resistance resistanceWhen reslstanceWhen 0 0When J
When the Japanese JaDan > > first landed at atKastri atKa atKastri t
Kastri Ka tri bay they captured two tw bronze bronzeeightrent bronzeelghteentinder bron se seeightuertin a
elghteentinder eightrent in < ter gun < with which the thefleeing thefle U so sofleeing a
fleeing fle ln Russians wore W > f bombarded bombardedI bombardedheBa
heBa heBagive
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hrf Mellins Fopd and andmothers
he sleeps tl1 morning How many
mothers can say this of their babies
If your baby does do s not no sleep well it itj itl
j l may be that he b is IS not properly fed r d
A poorly nourished
baby is a poor poorV
V wi sleeper Mellins Food babies are areFeedtotf
good sleepers Our book the
Feeding FeedJn of Infants lnfanu sent free of char ch charge chargefma Care r rMELLINS
1 fma U1a Food 1e the he 0 onty N L
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wl which ch received the Grand5p9
the hlJtkestQw highestaward rd orthe LoUldan Grand Prize
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OtD O LD DOMINION DOMINIONREPUBLICANS DO M I N ION IONREPUBLICA
> REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSConvention S SConvention
Convention C Almost Exclusively E clusively clusivelyWhite a aWhite
White Mans Meeting MeetingCHEERS
CHEERS Q HERS FOR ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTADDRESS
ADDRESS A RESS D DELIVERED I BY Y SECRE SECRETARY
TARY SHAW SHAWRo
Roancfke Ro n ke Va Aug 8 80 8One One e of the thelargest thelargest
1 largest la rgest Republican conventions In the thenlstory
history h istory of Virginia met met here h hdrOtoday f t6da today to I InQmlnate
J nominate n a full state ticket Between
1 1200 1 200 and 1400 delegates were w re present presentIt
J It is almost exclusively a white < mans mansmeeting ans ansmeetfpg
meeting m there thQrebaing being very few ew negroes negroesin
1 in Il L the hall hallJ J JJ 0 0J
J 0 0Luclan Lucian Cleaves the temporary tempornrchairman
chairman c < pleaded for harmony and andasked
asked a for a square deal at the polls pollsEery
1 Every E very mention of President Roosevelts Rooseveltsname RooseveltaI
t name n ame was wildly cheered Committees Committeeswere
I were w ere appointed and a recess was taken takenuntil
t until u ntil 8 oclock this evening
Congressman Campbell Slemp the theonly
c only o nly Republican conprossman conrossman from fromVirginia
Virginia r 1rginf was Introduce to the conven convention convention convenion ¬
1 tion t ion tonight and he in 1111 turn introduced IntroducedSecretary
Secretary S of the Treasury Leslie M MShaw MShaw Tv Tvhaw
J Shaw S who had been invited to coiiie coiiieto conieto coniOo
to t o Roanoke to address the convention conventionJlr
Jlr M r Shaw was as greeted with a storm stormof stormor
c of 0 1 cheers He spoke In part as fol follows folows ol ollows
lows l ows
Secretary Shaws Speech SpeechSecretary SpeechSecretary
Secretary Shaw made some reference referenceto
to t o selfgovernment saying that when this thisrepublic thisr
republic r pubUc was launched the world was die I
i trustful t tl of the experiment Many ManY be be ¬
1 lieved l he sftid that personalambition personalambitionwould persohfi ambition ambitionwould ambitionould
would w ould override statesmanship They be
lidved Jl ved that revolution would follow revo ¬
lution i They did not believe It would be bepossible Jepossible beossible 0
possible p ossible for men to walk side by side to tothe tofhe
j the polls and deposit opposing ballots and
I then t each demand for the other the samo samoprotection samoplot
1 protection plot p rlon and the same honesty honest oC count countthat countthat
that t h ho claimed for himself It was
doubted d df < If defeated candidates and de defitted detted deatod
j fitted f atod pasties would peacefully acquiesce
in I n results Tho experiment has been In Inprocess Inprocess inrocess
process p rocess of trial and development in this thiscountry thisountry
country < C for something over iOU 00 years dur dunog
Ing l og which period the machinery has some ¬
j t times craaked but it has not given way waynd
And a nd It never will so long as we keep our oureads
heads headsMy bladsulIy h eads
ulIy My appeal to you and through youto youtoevery you ou to toeery tovery
ev every e voter oter of Virginia is that you so sovote 80ri soote
vote ri v ote e as H to conserve C the peace and Integ n ¬
rity r ity of the commonwealth ri n e lrgai and nt the bast b5stnterests t
Interests I of every eV ry other citizen All I ask asks
is i < s that the he elector be if not as great greatcertainly greatcertainly greata
certainly as a conscientious and as truo a e ealesman
tr talesman t at the polls as he demands his hisrepresentative hisnnreset1tatlve
representative r to be In the halls Of legis legisatlon ¬
lation l
0
Greatness of Virginia VirginiaThe
The secretary touched upon the growth growthand growthand L
and development of the United States Statoaand 5tot08and Statesand
and of Virginias resources Concerning
Virginia he said saidVfrs1nla saidVirginia
Virginia is a great state Virginia Is Isrich I
rich r ich In resources rich in history hJstor rich in Inblood hiblood
blood and at one time she was as the rich richest richest ¬
est of all the states in statesmanship st tesriultt hlp If Ifher Ifher
IIS
her h er wealth of statesmanship has been lass lassnoticeable lessnoticeable S
noticeable in recent years lars than in pre previous preIous pnevious ¬
vious periods let me assure you ou that it itia 11 11s
ia i s because greater stress has been laid laidon JaldOn laidI
on factional politics than upon the wise wisesolution wisesolution wiseL I
solution of public questions If Virginia VlrJinlaas L
has as not maintained her prestige 1 it is isbecause jsbecauso Is IsI S
because factional devotion to traditions traditionshas traditionshas traditionshas I
has supplanted that thoughtful consider consldertlon considerktlon consideration ¬
ation I tlon of public questions which marked markedthe markedthe
the careers of the fathers Virginians Virginianshavo VirginiarnS I
havo remained loyal 1o al stockholders stockh lders in the thegreat theJreat th S
great corporation their representatives representativeshave 3
have appeared on the board of directors directorsbut directorsbut directorsbut
but they have not been adequately rep represented represented represented ¬
resented on the executive committee I IInvit IInvit
Invit I them back to their appropriate appropriateDhct appropriatniece
place Hmonir imn leaders of thought and lead Icadars
ore of action actionNo actionNo actionNo
No Criticism of Individuals IndividualsPlease IndividualsPIeR1Ie
I Please do not misunderstand me mebning I Ibring Ibrln i
bring brln no criticism < ot individual citizens citizensI citiz cltizepsr tt
I 1 bring no criticism of the the0membe members of ofthe orl c cthe r
the l opposite PP party As good men Ine as ever eve
edPP ltepg Ifi sIne s sbreathed
lived ed as patriotic IIC citizens s as ever everbreathed
breathed as good business men as I have haveever haoever havii S
ever known and as good friends asv as asnow I Inow Inow i
now cherish disagree with me politically poUtlcal1I
I am not speaking of the spirit or the thepatriotism tb tbpatriotism
patriotism or the statesmanship even of ofand orIndividuals 0
0t
Individuals I speak only or the spirit spiritand spin spinand t
and the statesmanship of parties partiesSpeaks partiesSpeaks partiesSpeaks
Speaks For His Party PartySpeaking PartySpeaking PartySpeaking
Speaking along general gener J lines the sec secretary 500retar secretary ¬
retary retar then said saidThe saidrhe saidrise
The spirit of the last half century ws wsRepublican wasn wi wiRepublican
Republican n IHlbUcan It was progressive The Thespirit ThBSpirit Tb TbC
spirit of the t e twentieth century will ill be beRepublican beRepublican b bnepublican C
Republican J it will be progressive Judg Judl1ng Tudglag ¬
lag the future by the past there is red reasojj r redsoj Cl ClIIQD
sojj to doubt that the communities most mostIn mostIn sacs sacsin
In harmony with the spirit of the century centurywilt cent centugwill tY tYwfU
wilt gather mostly a rich harvest of pros progress prosrC88 prostees ¬
tees I come to preach tho gospel of ofAmerican ofAmerican 0 0American
American progress and to teach these theseprinciples theseprinciples theeprinciples
principles and spirits which have made us uswhat ushat U Uwhat
what hat we are and which will carry carr us to toyet toet t tyet
yet et higher planes and grander achieve achievements achle achlemenls achieveI ¬
meats whenever under God the brain brainof brlnof bratof I
of the south and the brain of the north norththe norththe norththe
the brain of i the east and the brain of ofibe ofjbe
ibe west shall be allied for affirmative arflrmalhecclamation afflrmatiVcclamation C
Acclamation cclamation and no portion of f our corn cornAnon common cornmos
Anon country lount shall be longer held to its itsParty J18negaUe it
negaUe traditions which tend only to toeta t tetard 0
eta etard rd
0
Party Principles PrinciplesAnd
And now my m friends what are these theseprinciples tl1acrinclples thesprinciples C
principles that divide parties The paT parties paTties
ties separate primarily on questions patv of ofpolitical o v
political economy Every Industrious citl citlzen clt1Zir citizsr 1
zen i both a producer and a consumer consumerThe consumarI r rThe
The I dominant omlllaneEr party appeals PP to toth the e pro preducer
ducer It tells him that t the th thq ques question q ¬
tion of great greatest t importance to him is the theprice thonrloe tb tbI 0
price at which hs h diSDoaos aI osQS of hi his produels pvcduets pro products I ¬
ducts ivhrfther thoisfe tJl thO S1l Jr products l1Ucts bo bolal101 bolal101or labor lithe r ror
or the results of labor The opposition oppositionj opposiUoperty
p perty rtv r = romtee rnmt the American A erJcan consumer cotJaumerthe
the best market in the world inwhich In which to tobuy tobuy t 0
buy The Republican Epub1tca n lpsirty p pa rtpt y promisedthe mlself be beproducer S
producer the best market in the world in inwhich InwhioJl I Iwhios a
which to s se sell sellHigh l lHigh 1 1High
High Tariff the Thing ThingGentlemen ThingGnUemen ThingGenUemen
Gentlemen w we cannot have both Our Ourpolitical OurpoUtical Oc Ocpoliucai
political opponents opJOne ts may promise hhcbpriced highI hitch hitchpriced
priced labor an and < l chea cheal preducts hlgh hlghprieetl hlghprlcel highd I
prieetl wheat Theat and cheap broad highpriced highpricedcattle highpricedRUle d
cattle and cheaD chea meat but they make makethese makethese rushI a
these proms premises s without possibility of ful fulflUment I Iuiiisnent I
fliiment Whenever they have put their theirpolicies thea theapolicies
policies i operation o > we have had the thech tbeChe tI 0 0cheap
ch Che cheap ap products of labor la bor fqr fq the products productsof s sir
of obeaoor 301 foreign labor have found our ourmarkets ourmu ot otmarkbts ir
markets mu t8 in superabundance su But cheap cheapjjrdau oheapvro oboe oboepr
jjrdau vro pr dtlcts lfcts cts at labor mean cheap chen labor laborCheap laborCheap
Cheap factory product carries as a con concornltant cOncomitant coscomitant
comitant curse low wages for the artisan artisanand artisanand artisaiand
and Ift waes 8 = 08 for the artisan means meanscurtailed meanscurtailed 3
curtailed consumption co umtfon of farm products productsCurtailed productsCurtailed productCurtailed S 5S i
Curtailed consumption of farm products productsresaK productsresult is isresofte s
result In a t redaction ted ctfon In F the th price there thereof thereor therof ¬
of while a reduction in prices means loss lossto lossto Jo Joto
to theproducer th the producer of clothes cJoth > of furniture of otcar ifcars
car car of bulldlnz materials and every everyrIWaa eves evesothea
othen article of o rural a consumption AH A AtItle
rIWaa 10a 10ao
this la s but a name a for o stagnation l f i ipanic and as id idpanic ii
panic which whl h has marked every experiment exporImcntwith it itwith t
with tariff for revenue only from the bc bcginning beginnL1J b C CginnIng
ginning o ot our history untn npw npwDiamonds npwDlamonds nptvDiamonds
Diamonds For the People P Peopiedisastrous ople opleThe
The disastrous < results r u1t8 of free trade trsc Ia e
have not followed each and every eVQr oxperi oxperlment 1 1ment
ment with free trade because they were we re e
desired by b the m men n who advooaiad tho thomeasures thomea U Umeasures 0
measures mea ures who produced them but because becausethe bec beeau beeauthe use usethe e
the mesisures were unwise however sr er
learned however patriotic und nd however hO bower Qv8r Qv8r11OI1esl er r
honest fhe men were who enacted them
C A few years ago 90019 diamond diamondmerchants dlnmondmerchdnts d i
merchants in New York YOkstIglcstpd suggested that thi t
If uncut diamonds were put ut on the free fri se e
list and the duty retained on out dia diamonds diamonds di dimends ¬
monds they would omploy diamond cut cu ¬
tens to out them In this country Uncut Unc Lit 5
diamoada wor therefore placed plac on the th 100 e
free lint and K 10 u Dr r cent ad valorem duty dutywaH dul ty y
was placed on cut diamonds unset and 60 60pur 00 00pOl 60pun 0
pun cent placed on set et stonn What Whatthe I 1s 1sthe 2
the result There are now 20W diamond diamondcutters diamondcutters diasnorcutters
cutters Jn thiscountry tbls country getting g ttJn big wages wag 155
for it IB I a delicate thing to out dia diamonds dlrtmonds dl a amonds ¬
monds and they earned in the > aggregate aggregateseveral aggregutc8voral aggregu aggreguSeveral
several million dollars What becomes of i ithisit
this thlIt it is all spent pentmost most of it wisely
We are a codependent co people When Vhenpros Vlu Vluprosperity
prosperity pros > t rlty blosses our shores the labor laborer laboor ¬
or and tho employer of labor the far ta tamen ¬
mer and the consumer of farm products
fbe he merchant and the banker all prosper prosperAt prosperAt 0
= 0 At the conclusion of Mr Shawa ad adtlress a
dress the convention adjourned until unt 11 11tomorrow
tomorrow when the committee on reso resolutions reso reso1utlons r si silutions ¬
lutions will report reportFINAL reportFINAL
0 FINAL JUDGMENT JUDGMENTCaracas JUDGMENTC JUDGIVIENTCaracas
Caracas C raca < Venezuela Vene u61a Aug 7 7D De e
ijayed in transmission transmlssIonTho Tho federal federal0tmH feder a aOoutdf
0tmH Ooutdf of t cassation today on appeal PIJo1 t gave gavea grive grivea gii 0 0a
a final judgmqnt confirming the dlsso
lc Jutlon cOiir V otvtba ot OthQBUIflh1t0flCOatraCt OthQBUIflh1t0flCOatraCtcOiir e i HamtUon 1111 o contract C O t with 1th
SULTRINESS S MAKES GREAr DISCGMFOpT DISCGMFOpTMERCURY DiSCMFQj1MERCURY T TMERCURY
0 MERCURY RISES IN SALT LAKE lAK LAKETO ErO TO 96 DEGREES oEtlR EES
0 Hot sultry weather weathermade made Salt Lake Lakea
a sticky st1ck spot allday rillda tll da yesterdaj esteda The 1h 1hatternoon
afternoon af in spiteiof clouds clouds cloudrwhich which which man mantied nan nantIed
t tied tIe tIeIn d the sunmuch sun much of the tb time was wasIntenselYdlsagreca1le was
tii
iic ii intensely IntenselYdlsagreca1le In Inca disagreeable the more so be beo
c cause ca use pf Qfi f finedust c dust which sifted throughndows through
cawI windows wI ndows and Into clothing clothingThe
The mercury rose In the weather weatherbureau
bureau bu buin reau thermometer to 96 96degTeC5 degrees dur dUIYjn
ing jn inte g > the early af atternbon ternoon The mmimum mtnimumtemperature rntnlmummperature
tedi temperature te was 65 degrees But this thisdid thisd
did di d not represent the actual conditions conditionsby cofiditiona I
b by a a good deal dealThose dealThose dealThose
Those who walked the streets wiped wipedperspiring1 wIpedPerspIrIng wipejjrspiring
PerspIrIng pe pein faces and Idoked wearily we rllY up upinto P Pinto upto
into in insa to the faces of their friends friendsIts friendsIte
Its the hottest day weye had they theysaid theysaId theyid
said sa id to one another And it was wasso wassor so o ofar
far fa r as discomfort Is concerned concernedThe
The humidity was great Depression Depressioncame Depres9oncame Depressionme
came ca me over everyone who had to move moveabout moveabout movebout
about a the men who sat in office build buildgs
t Ings la gs had that feeding of being shut tip tipIn tspan
In an oven which makes ones nerves nervesthrob nervesrob
t throb th rob as fast as his pulses pulsesOn pulsesOn pulSesOn
On the main streets and in the rest residence re restence l ldence ¬
c dence d ence district an Impalpable dust was wasin wasthe
j in the air It had settled on the shade shadetrees shadetrees shadeees
trees tr ees until their leaves were wer grey greygreen groygreen greyreen
green g reen It lay in the long grass beside besidethe besidethe besidee
the th e pavements and those who left th thwalks the UtAwalks thealks
v walks w alks stirred it up in little clouds It Itsifted rt rtsitted Tifted
s sifted si fted Into houses and settled on the thepersons th thpersons theersons
persons p r of residents untU1ts until its grit drove drovemen drovemen droveen
men m en and women wild wildThe wildThe lId lIdThe
The sprinkling wagons were w re out But Butthey Butthey Buthey
j they t had time to make up The rest restMETEOROLOGICAL restMETEOROLOGICAL restMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYestcrda REPORTtcrdays
Yesterdays Yestcrda Y tcrdays s Record at the Local Of Office Offic Offic ¬
0 fice fic of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum Bureauaxlmum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature 06 degrees mini minimum minimum minium ¬
1 mum m um temperature 63 degrees degre s metm tem temperature temperature ternerature ¬
perature p erature SO decrees de ees which is 5 degrees degreesabove degreesabove degreesbove
above a the normal normalAccumulated normalAccumUlated normalAocumuiated
Accumulated excess of deficiency of oftemoeraturd ottemnoratur ofemperature
temoeraturd t since the first of the month monthnone monthnone monthone
none noneAccumulated noneAccumulated n one oneAccumulated
Accumulated excess of temperature temperaturesince tempotaturesince temperatureince
since s Jan 1 300 degrees degreesTotal dogreesrotal degreesTotal
Total precipitation from 6 a a m no to toPA tous 6 6p
p m none noneAccumulated noneAccumulated
PA Accumulated u ted deficiency defl lency of precipitation precipitationsinco i
sinco e > the first of the month 16 1 Inoh InohAccumulated InohAccumulated toolsAoeumuhtted
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation precipitationsince preolpltationslnoo preoipltattoflince
since s the first of January anuary 38 inch inchPROPOSE inchROPOSEDRASTIC
0 0PROPOSE
PROPOSE P ROPOSEDRASTIC DRASTIC REMEDY REMEDYAmerican REMEDYAmerican REMEDYmericali
American A Bar Association Committee CommitteeTavors CommitteeFavors CommitteeFavors
Favors Federal Supervision of ofInsurance ofInsurance ofInsurance
Insurance InsuranceOmaha InsuranceOmaha InsuranceOmaha
Omaha Neb Aug 8 SRalph Ralph WBreckenridge W WBreckenrldge V VBreckenridge
Breckenridge of Omaha chairman of ofthe othe athe
the t he committee on insurance of tIll thoAmerican tIllAmcrl theAmerican
American Amcrl an Bar association asso lation has com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted the report of the committee committeewhich committeewhich committeewhich
which is to be presented to the th annual annualconvention annualconvontion annualonvonUoa
convention c at Narragansett pier which whichwill whichwl11 whichwill
will be held August 23 to 25 2 The re report report yeport
I port makes five sj s szeciflc > eclflc clfic recommenda recommendai
i i ions t as follows follo s sLegislation 0 0Legislation
1 I Legislation by congress providing for forthe forthe forhe
i the t supervision of Insurance the re repeal re1eal repeal ¬
peal of all valued ppllcy laws a uni uniform uniConn uniorm ¬
0 form f orm fire policy the term of which will willbe wIUbe willbe
be specifically spe lfically defined tho repeal of all allretaliatory allretaliatory allretaliatory
retaliatory tax laws and stricter In Incorporation IrcorporaUoll incorporation
I corporation laws in the several severalstates severalslates severalstatesas
states statesas as they the affect the creation of in insurance Insurance insurance ¬
surance companies and a general generalstatute generalstatute generalstatute
statute prohibiting the use of the malls mallsto mansto mallso
to t o all persons associations or corpora corporations corporation corPorations ¬
tions tion transacting the business of in insurance in8urnnce inaurance
surance in disregard of state or federal federalregulations federalI federalregulations
regulations regulationsPresident regulationsPresident 0
I President Roosevelt is quoted as hav havirig havf hayng
0 irig I ng said tothe to the committee that he Is Isvision Isvery isvery
j f r very much In favor of federal super superislon supervision
vision of o insurance insuranceV
W V R Vance of Virginia a member memberof
of the committee is expqcted to present presenta
a minority mlnorft > report in which he will dif differ dlffer dirter ¬
fer with the th committee not on its gen general general ¬ I Ieral
eral findings but on the proposition propositionthat propositionthat
I that there is i no constitutional obstacle obstacleexistirig obstacleexistirfg
existing to the inauguration inaugur tIon ot federal federalsupervision fdernlsupervisIon fdderasupervision
1 supervision of the insurance nsurauce business businessI I
j I Dr E M Keysors Method of o Filling Fillingteeth Fillingteeth Fillin Fillinteeth
teeth Is painless 162 Main aln street Auerbach Auer Auerbach Auerbach
bach Bide Phones B 1120K Ind U7 117Dr U7ell U7Dr
ell ellDr
Dr W F Carver champion shot of ofthe ofthe ol olthe
the world fancy shooting exhibition at atSaltalr atSaUalr a aSaltair
Saltalr 4SO today free freeI freeC freeDoctor
C
I Doctor Root has removed his office officeto officeto ofliceI S
to the Keith block 242 4 South Main MainRUN Mainlet MainRUJ I
let letRUN
RUN ON DENVER BANK BANKDepositors BANKDepositors
Depositors of a Savings Institution InstitutionLose InstitutionLose InstitutioiLose I
Lose Confidence ConficIenceT Ten n Per Cent Centi
1 i Rule Enforced EnforcedDenver EnforcedDenver EnforcedDenver
Denver Aug1 Au 8 SFollowlng Following dissen dissensions dissensions dieselsalone ¬
sions among the stockholders and andrumors andruinors an anrumors
rumors ruinors arising therefrom a run was wasmade Wagmade wsemade
made on the Denver Savings bank to today today today ¬
day by depositors deposlt > rs who wished to with withdraw withdraw ¬
draw their money After the first fit fitteen fi fiteen fitteen
teen minutes of business Vice President PresidentF
F P Jones who was in charge of the thebank thebank th thbank
bank announced that depositors could couldwithdraw couldwithdraw coubwithdraw
withdraw at onceonly once only 10 per cent of oftheir ortheir o otheir
their deposits this rule being per permitted permitted permltted ¬ I
mitted by the law Mr Jones said the thebank thebank th
bank was in good condition and the 10 10per 10per 1 1per
per cent rule was put 1 ut in force for the theprotection theprotection th thprotection
protection of the public J A Ull 1 UI UIpresident
i I president of tho bank and L A Im ImI Imboden
I I boden the heaviest stockholders were weresaid wereI wersaid
I said to be in Kansas City today todayFour todayFour
I Four time in the last year y ar there therehave there therehave therhave
have been chances made In the of ofj official
j ficlal staff of the bank and it is be believed beI beIleved ¬
lieved that the depositors loss of confi confidence confidence confidencc ¬
I dence In the institution is partly due dueto dueto du duto
to these frequent changes The last laststatement laststatement las lasstatement
statement of the condition of the bank banlemilde
t r i i made m de on July 3 showed deposits de > oslts of o o2O94f58
2094958 cash c8 h on hand and in other otherI otherbanlts othebanks
banks 86384 time loans and die diecounts
I counts 1185695 bonds and stocks stocksj
320232 and demand loans 199554 199554Kansas 199D 1995ICansas 1 1Iansas
Kansas City Mo Aug 8 81 J A AHm J JHIll i
Hill president of the Denver Savings Savlngebanle
bank and I L A Imboden a stock stockh91der stochholder
holder were hereyesterday here yesterday but they the
left last night Ight for St Louis LouisSTEAMER LouisSTEAM
0
0 0STEAMER
STEAMER STEAM ER ASHORE ASHOREMackinaw
Mackinaw City Mich Aug 8 8Th 8ThUnited 8TIsUnited Th L
United States steamer Dorothea the thetraining thutraining Ui Uitraining
training ship of the Illinois naval re reserve leservo r rservo ¬
servo which hlch Is on her annual cruise cruisewent cruIsewent it itwent
went ashore early today tod y at Old Point Pointlfucklnaw Poli PoliMackinaw
Mackinaw The steamer Is heavily heavlh heavlhlisted
listed to starboard and Is thought to be beb t C Cbadly
badly b dI3 damaged The Dorothea Doro hca Is lying lyingwltbin lyin g gwithin
within 150 feet of tho beach beaohI beaohSAID beachSAID
I
SAID IT ITW WAS AS ROT UROTRopnQke ROTRoan
Hoanoke Roan ke Va V Augv AuSS 8 SSqcretary Secretary l r tary of ofthe
the Treasury Tr asury Shaw who Is Is1 In 1 Hoanoko Hoanokoe Ro noli nolito
to address the Republican state con conventloji conv corventlail
ventloji v ntlQ when shown a apispatch dispatch from fromNew fro froNew
New York ok in which it wnsstated ItS stated the theecretary tI tIheeretarl
secretary had quit q lt President Roose Roosevelts f fvOlts
volts cabinet to enter the field as a apresIdentlnl
presidential candidate said tho state 5tatcmant statimeat Ia IapresIdential
meat was 4th the th s merest rot rotCan rotCn rotCan
i =
Can Iou Use UseA UseA Useof
A GGOD fl OQSrit Set SetBRAINS
1 1of
of ofBR41NS ofWMINS
BRAINS BRAINSContain WMINSCrap 1 1CapeNuts
CapeNuts Crap Nuts NutsContain 1 1Contain i
Contain the food foodelements foodclements foodelements
elements that tend directly
0 to rebuild tho brain
tl they th y ey got goCe goCeinller earlier rl1er in theWeek the theneekhad Week had h dgiVen dgiVenthe siven siventhe iVdU iVdUe
tl the th e dust too good rood a chance ch 1ce This Thf dis discomfort dIscomfort dismfort ¬
comfort co mfort which came along with the theheatand theheat theats
heatand heat he ats an and sultriness sultrlnessWlll will remain along alongwith alongwith alongth
w with wi th the present water scarcity Prob Probably Probabb Probly ¬
ai ably ab abfo ly next summer s mmer will not see It Itfor Ittor Itr
f for fo < r then the city will nih ViUhaveadequate ViUhaveadequatewater have adequate adequatewater adequateter
w water wa ter supply But yesterday It rasped raspednerves raspednerves raspedrves
n nerves ne < rves and kept people on edge until untillong untillong untilng
lo long ng after coolness cooine had begun td t steal stealalons stealalonz stealonsr
a alons al onsr behind dusk
i
SNOW QUITS QUITSCOMPANY COMPANY COMPANYi
0 i oS r rLeaves fiI fiILeavcB >
Leaves 0Leaves Union Savings Savi 9s Trust TrustStatement TrustStatement TrustStatement
Statement Is Submitted SubmittedThe
The stockholders and directors of the theUnion theUnion theUnion
Union Savings and Trust company yes yesterday ye8teroay yesterday
terday received the resignation of A AH AH AH
H Snow who has been serving as see secretary seeretary seeretary ¬
retary of the company B H Roberts Robertspresident Robertspresid RobertspresidOnt
president presid nt of otthe the corporation corpora Ion retains retains his hisconnection isiscOnnection is isconnection
connection with it itA itA
A 4 statement of the companys finan financial financial finanvial ¬
cial affairs a1Tal w was s rendered by Charles CharlesSmith CharlesSmith
Smith its accountant It showed howe 1 161
10824 assets and the liabilities 146
54280 80 The balance is undivided profits profitsand profitsand
land and reserve und rundVice undVlcePresldent
VlcePresldent Vice President D J Williams WilUamsand and pl plOTecton DIxector 5l 5lrector
rector Ci C BI D Harding Ha ngmad mad made < s a statement statementrEgarding t tQrntmt tQrntmtr
1 rjjjsfardlng r di ng the report rcportthat that the tlt f td frirner mest 1t1 yl yhle yhlePreidento viac viacPresident e epresident
president Preidento O G Sho Snow v and Secretary Secre A
S Snow Snowhad had unloaded cheap chea real < estate > fate
I i onthe on the stockholders They Thc sold a a differ difference
1 I ence of opinion existed whether the for formr for1n
I mr 1n r administration of the
I company comn n was wasentitled wasentitled
entitled to certain margins on real na1 estate estatejust estateand
I and that efforts are being made to ad i
just this difference differencei
differenceIISi
0 IISi e
i 0 Modern Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate moderateDric prices George G Doyle
Co 2U State strict 1 ibone bone 162 162Salt 162f 1625a1t 162Salt
f
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies SUI SuppliesDee > Ue3 Ue3Dev
Dev hnd FJc Piehirsg zhlnc < Main and 3d So f
0 1 REAL RE L ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSH
H ° JT 1 Talbott TaIbo ta PeUor Pe1 g A Sarou Sarouplat Serea2t
0 2t lI part Gf tote l i bln block R P i at A 31000 4tili0
Eardley R Rngiytq ngl tei B BarthOlomew r let m w
Cal1glU pdrt rt 0 01 1ot itit 1 b1ck feR 17 17T 17pIat
plat AJohzf A rr 1 1lotS
Johif T Helm htittt tb I Leo > o Nester St r j P part rt rt of ofiotI2 r
lotS block 10 tenacre teIl a < re plat < t A 700 00
John A Smith to t Clara CluaSh Shearer Shearerpart Shearerpart Urer Urerpart I
part of lot S 8 block 17 plat Iat A AAnu lrio 1110Ano
Ann M C Ovnnen hnen to Jens J ns Olsc OlscA lots lotsand I
S and 3f i4 block 10 Forest Dale 1
Nancy Nan y A Byler to Thomas rhomn R Cut Cuthtt Cutlet j I
let htt part of tot 32 block Sft O Big
Field survey 66S7
Annie ARn e Engtahl Eng ahl to toM Mutual tu81 Realty Realtycompany Realtycompany
company O lot 1 block SS S6 8 ptet D Do lttu lttunew
o peaotu AOW svq UQJI uojJ J T r fa fanew a anew
new residence 377 South Seventh street streetBoth st streetBoLl t tBoth
Both telephones at old office and home
Salt Saitlake lake CONTINUATION OF fO OUR JIi BOSTON BOSTONSTOCK
STOCK TEMPTATION STOCK i iAn 0 I
0
An event in the heh history story of shoe 0 sales that has never be before ¬ 0 I
fore been in Salt Lake Two
equaled 1n mammoth stock stocksour t i iour
our Boston and Salt Lake stores stor s combined omb ned quoted and on onsale onsale
sale at prices that the average SHOE DEALER PAYS PAYSFOR PAYSFO
I FOR FO HIS FOOTWEAR FOOTWEARIn 0 0
0 In spite spite of the extra force employed empl yed for this sale last weeks weeksbusiness weeksbusiness 0
0 business taxed us to the limit > More salespeople have been beenadded beenaddedt
0 T added how however which will enable 0
evert us to more satisfactorily satisfactorilytake J
0 take care of the customers custo rs that will crowd our store this week weekIn I
T WE
ADVISE I I IEARLY
EARLY SHOPPING I I i
a I
ladies RandSewed Oxfords Our Exclusive Mens Department I Iall
In all the new styles tt B and toe shapes Vici Kid Kidand Ifi i
Affords iorus us more room for Lor our Ladies and Chil Childrens
and ¬
Patent Colt Skinuppers Sknl uppers French Cuban mili military mIlItarJ ¬
tary and low I ow heels in all sizes up to 350 3 50 values valnes drens dren s stock and also enables us s to more thoroughly t
0 take care of our immense Immense Mens trade Yon must mustTisit I
I 150 5 a Pair 0 visit this department to fully appreciate itMore it itlore 0
More lore lyfi ore v than lllufll 25 nJ Styles Stves Jiya 3 3L Toe i U Shanes Shapes JElCsJfv3 Mens 350 Oxfords Oxfor v vOf s and Shoes ShotsOfLadies 0 0Ofitadies
Of OfLadies Ladies handWelt andw t and handturn sole Oxfords OxfordsBluchers Handsewed Hands w d doles soles Russia Tan Box Calf CalfVelour Velour VelourGalf VelouBInchers 0
Bluchers and Gibson Ties champagne brow the thepopular Calf Calfand and Vici lel Kid y uppers also best grade Sea Island IslandDuck Islandpopular Islandpopular
popular shades of tan t n also black YiciKid Tici Kid and Pat Patent ¬ Duck Oxfords and Shoes cool and comfortable foot footwear footI ¬
I ent nt Colt Skin in all heels 350 and 400 values wear for these hot days daysLADIES 0
I 1
200 a Pair 200 a Pair I i
I i
LADIES HIGH HIGHGRADE HIG MENS HIGH HIGHGRADE I i I i I
GRADE MID MIDSUMMER ¬ I
GRADE FOOT FOOTWEAR ¬ I
SUMMER FOOT FOOTWEAR ¬ I
WEAR Oxfords Oxfordsand i I II
WEAR sold I
reg regularly ¬ I IuJarIy
ularly at up to and Shoes lace laceand
500 a pair pairlight and Blucher Blucherstyle Bln her I
light medium mediumand style all leath leathers ¬ t tand
and heavy hand handsewed ers all colors colorsmany colorssewed S
sewed soles Ox Oxfords ¬ many lines up to
fords Bluchers Bluchersand
500 values valuesswagger
and lld Gibson Ties Tiesin I
in In all sizes SIzes all allleathers swagger toe toeshapes i 1
I 0 leathers all allcolors shapes and pat patterns patcolors patcolors ¬ I
colors colors 0 terns ternsINFANTS 0 U
I 250 2 50 a Pair 250 a Pair PairINFANTS I I IJ IlN
J
INFANTS lN SOFT SOLE O SHOES SHOESand 0 u i iand
and r Moccasins o c ns up to t 75c 75cvalues 35 CT 0 S Boys OS and anu Youths I OUttiS Shoes Shoesvalues noes noesvalues
values all colors a pair pairSILK I 0
0 0 In I n Box B oxn Calf C If and anICl d Vici r Kid I up uppers uppars ¬
0 0 O all sizes 200 and 0 0SILK
pers 150
SILK AND RIBBON LACES CES all allcolors n 4 I t fl 250
values
a pair pairDAVIS pairI
I grades colors regular 25c 2t > c i and nd 35c 35cgrades 3acgrades 3 15 C b1 IS 0 0 I IBOYS 0 0grades
0 0 0 BOYS AND YOUTHS TENNIS TENNISAND TEN HS
0 DAVIS DA T IS MONEY lION Y B BACK K POLISH POLISHall flbT 1 AND GYMNASIUM SHOES up 50 CIS S SS
1 5 CTS to 100 100 values a all sIzes sizes sizesDAVIS I Iall
S all allshade25csize shades 25c size SIze IJ J I I 0
0 SHOE TREES saves your snoes snoesvand
DAVIS MONEY BACK REVERSI REVERSIBLE ¬ 0 0 0 vand andkeepsthem and keeps them in their nat natural natBLE ¬ 0 0
0 25c BLE quality FELT SHOE BRUSHES BRUSHES25c 15 0 CIS CISSHOE C T to uralshap j ural 125 shape values v lnes three pair styles Styl S np iip25c 50 C T S I Io IDA I
o
DA VI S A V SnOES SnOESi
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DRUNKENNEss CUBED CUBEDposltive CUREDA CUBEDdrun
A posltive JUve d
drunltenness drun and Permanent cure tor torSouth to ZozThere
the et
oPum dl dIsease5 dIsease5treated > e
There is no publklt ubli It
no 0 sickness sicknessIs LatHes
treated 81 JirjateJy private1 F as at
th their ir own
homes Is The Keel
IU3t1tute
South tM W West e s t tAn
Temple
Salt Lake City Utah UtahAn Utahe
0 An Ordinance OrdinanceAX OrdinanceORDINANCE
AX A ORDINANCE
LEVYING A T4V T
Up i o u property abutU abutting both
Upo hProPerty on o ho Sid
o urt urth South atN street > et between betw We W Tcm
aJul SeouIM BaIIt tr
H1seat treet on boll o outh
01 S Iftnd betw
So uth and n Fifth fth South Ourl1
Sothg htt atnJets stree
in
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thg thgSa
tlCtM Noe IS and t t fr 1 iie he
Jljn
o f proldlnc tor the
gradisig nltiin Lsrbing llbln <
pavtns thereof thereofT e es al a ti I IBe
s Sa SaS Saby Salt Be lt i T Lake tt ordained r City ± d dTby Tby Utah hr the le l < uv lYtOuncii r t0 SOUflCII 0 0ttt 0 0ection
Section S ttt ection n 1 That said < ouncil does
h hr
r rnt
b by Ie levy a tax and provl provi1 1 fr the atI aes
mde mtnt m eat < nt nti2m i2m upon tJe the real 1 P propn Prty hereinafter herein t
described d de scribed
abutting on ith I i h side of ofpleand f
Ie ourth O South
street b + W w5 Q W est Tlrn r
Ie 14 pleand 0 and Se 5 Seeo Ht d East street st streetses tO and on h a 1
sId sIdSo Ws es of Stat tree tre t bo tst
betweMi tw JFoNtn YO o t n ndhl
South So Sot uth and Fifth ftll South strwtoTjn at trta reta jn pax i
pa paCff <
dhl WstrkUi t trfrt HOB M and n l In Halt 1 Ld LdorT k
Ci 0 0This
Ctty Cff eftor ir Utah UuihThte
orT This ugc ta to leerleel kd 1 to Jfrmy the rxivn
of orhi grading curMug eU1tl < with Ih concrtt risrh risrhg H
ing hi hist g Mipt e of c cecb cb to J h rtrtaforted htlltGN d
ffL st ei ban bars un > aM aa UM paving with as as1h > ph
ajtpkalt a t pavement nt to to 5 nlnet ntnetswo > fwo i
t et t wide bween b twirn curb el nj rbs mM porritm port i ii
IIId aid trtreet tr eta sad ad it i 18 ii hereby hreb ediu diu d iwJgOfJ < l lthereby
detlIItinect tersained and ap st lblhhfd that th r rs
tWW ta r Mlt1IIbqr erWit a1 atsi pa paIng or f SDd l i < I
wiU w au thereby b bnent th the
propety propetyuni prope ah i t
tf 5 thereon reon and hereinafter describoj derih i iamount t
amount uni of the estimated estimatedequal estimutpdSaki timute timuteSstI
Saki prepel1S is to bt
rejsert assesd d t i n naDd
e equal ua1 an aDd ua ttmform rate ra to In accordi a 5ev < rd r S < >
with w th the
linear
foot frontage upon stii I I
portions po rtlosia ioaa ef f said id streets utsi utsThe
The cost and expense of makinr kinJ s < t tpon
i pro prveet Is etltllllated at dfiL it
it 111 < doUu per liDear trust fOtt to 1
the t tax hereby levied d
and to be b as es st 1
upon 5 5ta pon said property is eleven IIl Hi i15 00 Ol > 01 01r ln 1
lars ta re per r front tot aba abuUift abnttlg t tin on said s et TV n noei r rt
t t1 t1UV ttora oei of MM flfeMBta and the eltv cli clir tras trasurer
urer UV UVto r to 1 hereof 1M ere authorized and dir di 1 1esa
to tosa naoja esa aaid Id property operty and to vo 0 >
said sa saof id tax I la accordno with th thvisions the theofthTdiancc >
visions = of ofthTdiancc thte rlDanlt ordUaan for the th VI p pThe n nPhe
The property PI hereby awr assessed saeedthe ns nsof n nof
of the thero faUowtns tD4lsw e described deseri d lots and salgrotiJ in >
0 ofF C ground to toWlt toWlt1lOntina tow wtt wttFronting t tronting
F Fronting on Fourth South street reet
All 11 of of iota S f I 7 and S 8 Mack bleckweat beckest s swest
wf west w est 30S23 o2 feet er f lot 5 i and th t thet os 81 81of1ot
wa f et of of1ot f tot C Mock Mo all oT toHd to lotL <
a Hd d blade 4 an al > of lots i and nd ndil I IM <
il 51OL all 11 e f lots l z t 3 and 4 block k 1
e OLF f Iota IOIIad2bIOCIeSS IOIIad2bIOCIeSSronting 1 aad S 1 block blockFrontinc i iFreatin
Frontinc F on State tate street streetAn alreoetAn streetAU
An of lots 4 And 5 block blO < k 3t 5 ai alI
1 1L 6 7 and 8 8 blx blwok > k 3D i plat platrau piatake > tai taiTjike
Tjike L ake City fmrvey fMIIYe aAmttlnar tti ttitrfet on orreets i istreets
streets st stsh trfet as s the same appear lr ai alj aljshown < i ishown iown >
shown sh shie own upon u p tile official plat of sail sa sailThe Id
The total amount of said aid tax t ti I ivieel i ilevied jIfoviNI >
levied ie vieel a ad d collected at the t rat rate or ofmOO t n n51JOO
5 5fi mOO dolhuv per linear front frwatnrtyaevea SSZII < > i ififtyaeven Sftyseven
fiftyaeven fi fif1 thousand six lx hundred hundredfive P Ptly V Vv
five tly f1 v and ThIS 15 51m73 3O7175 7 573 > dollar dollarSec dol dolS dohiarSec
f1sa Sec S 2 Thatsaid tax levied a iIO sid < IJr IJrupon r raaid >
aaid sa sab id upon saM property hall bcom bf om > > rt 1 1be 1be Ii
be b i 4 deuneucot Unouent a 0 follows followsOnetenth folio folioOnetent followsOnetenth
Onetenth of the total amount jmietntx r a atax f fr fI
tax ta x MO levied I shall become 1 Itonutii hiu hiumbr S Srome Sf
tember mbr = r 1 lfi onetenth iherror h shui shuir s sme <
r rome me delinquent March 1 lf IC t 6 on > nfttt nfttttl1erP tontr V Vhereof
thereof t < j shall become d delinQI delinqist delinqister > linqi it t S SpTrr SpTrrber r > Tir Tirber
ber h er 1 Ma netenh o thei thElhr > > f ahail ahailcom aIs aIsem J JOIJP
com e deliiMtuont de t t 34 tarch Ms rrh 1 I ii 1 T one n nt ntthereof n nhereof
th thereof U t reof ahaJl bepom doUrqiit dii it S SJtPtn SJtPtnI pt > rn rnb
tc b er > r I 1WT I onetentii it ther th t r > jC shall v vccme l lb1e I Iease >
ease c b1e delinquent March I I I i Ill 8 on unflTl unflTl1b n i riT r rhereof i ithereof
thereof 1b t lf shall beeomo bt romf deHn delfnJfCt j < t I Si S f5tfl5 f5tfl5ei t t m mher mbel
her b ei 1 L JS08 onetenth o tenth hr h < r > cr r shall shallcome shaltcomedf S Somedeilnquent
come comedf e omedeilnquent dennoueat > March 1 if I e CI oiut 011fttMreot onithereof i ithereof
thereof t shall become delinqu MIX HI I t tsept Sei Seier p < > Tn Tnber Tfibel
ber h er 1 18 1M and onetenth thtrHf thJ creufecome C sn nl nlbflOw i iheroine
heroine b ecome < delinau dJlnauUlt nt March 1 VJ10 VJ10Bach 110 110Each 10 10Each
Each of said Installra inistalinsesta > nti n t dcept f r ppI ppIrst tv tvfirst Po Pofirat
first fi rst shall draw interest Intr < t a tae nl rat ratsix raf Tfi Tfix < rsfx
fisi
six si sio x per cent j per er annum fr frID > n > th Bur t he hef tim timof ti tif
of o f this levy until delinquent and nd if i ir an anor
= f r
or o r either of said installments ts tscome sfeallcome sfeall shsiiIse >
come t ot ob Ise rtennauent interest thereon thnione shrt shrtnum 1 11t
1t b e at the ntte ntt otg at git t per cent per pernum periim
num a iim front d de deRnqfl7 Hnm ncy neY until eat I I sueh Ud Udftt ii iisent < < r rqttcnt
qttcnt q sent ftt in iDRaJ instalIm tall0l BtB are a r fully I ull pataBee pain paineec
qS 6 Bee c 3 3 That fix the entire entl amount am urt of si i ir irlevied ir irao r rC
ao S C levied and assessed eBBed on said i prooerr prooerrmay prot prneray < rt rtJRay
may m ay fee paid 141 by th the owner own l of c 5 aaid aaidp101 aaidp101erty sa uS pro proert O Orty
ert erty e me rty > or the entire equal presort pr p Ortll portiiaid ion o osaid psaJd
said s tax upon any an piece pie f of v property ma mabe roabe 5553e
be b sb so e paid by y any an person on n any an part thrr thrrof thrrof tirrf
of o f within fifty f5O 60 > days da from said saidand saidnd > vv vvand
and a nd thereafter such pieces or portiors portiorsof p rUT5 rUT5ot
of o f property affected by b thin tax I u shan she sheaeespt 1 n nexempt nO nOPJipt
exempt e from any lien or charge there thprefor thprtS thereor
for f or
forSec Sec 4 ThIs ordinance ahail take tak c cCity ff4le eMet
f4le Met ao approval aptrovalP
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to t o th tiae aidor a > or for hl 11 his arorovaL arorovaLJ M1aL
J S S CRITCHLOW City R RRICHARD Record eoroPJIPIovffl RecordAcrove4
JIPIovffl Ibis M dy Of AuJWI1 AuJWI1JUCHARD AugusiJUCTIARD
RICHARD P PState MORKn Ma MaState Matate
State S tate of Utah City and County > saTt saTtLake tt ttLake ftLake
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J J J S Crttehlow city recorder rCerd recerderJte r of ofT > r SF SFT
T L Lt ake A Jte City Utah do herehy cert if ift I 5 5he v vthe >
the t he above ft aJICI d fore foregoing te a a full fulland fullnd 1 1aDd
and a nd correct copy of an ordinance or ordissuceAu e niH niHAu ttl ttlu
Au u ordinance levying a tax U upon OlI OlIer rrxo rrxoerty rv rvrty
erty er e rty abutting on both BMa II sd of Foarf FoarfSouth FryurtSo Foutoat
South So S oat street between W Wt rt TempT < a aSecond at1 at1Second I Iecond
Second S Bast ast streets and an on both sS ir iFte rr rrtte iref
ef 3tate tte te street between Fourth Soot SoUt1an i iand snd
and an a nd Fifth Ftft South streets atree Jn paving pavingtrtctc rl rltrleta t triets
trtctc t Nos N M and 21 for the purpose purpr purprovidlaf f c cA cAprovidiA
provkUn p T for the grading curbing Jtn1 Jtn1paving u1 u1avIni 1
paving p pp pc thereof paaaed by th the cltr cltrcil itr fl flil
cil c il of 1 Salt 1 Lake epa epab City Utah Juiv iOi iOiM
1 902 and approved epar b by tt the mayor A gt gtnee gret
M 2 4 1906 l9O as appears r or record in ray rs i c clee
flee f lee
In witness whereof w I 1 have h Mr eunto hsr hsrunto re reunto
unto et et my hand has and affixed the theSeal b bSeal 1s 1sSeal
Seal corporate seal of said city tms tms3d iob133d mr mr3d
3d day of August t IMS IMSBill 1MJ lI
J S CIUTCH CRITCRLw W City Recorftn RecorftnBill RecorCerBill
Bill No NaPvinz K KPavlnjr IIPaviDC
Pavlnjr extension No NoDelinquent 15 15Delinquent
0 Delinquent Notice NoticeBUTLKRLIBKRAL NoteBCTLRLlBRAL
BUTLSRLIBBRAL CONSOLTDATEJX CONSOLTDATEJXplace C COfSOLIDA1EMining oLIDA lFJ lFJMlall
Mlall Mining Company Location awl prin prtncpa prtncpaplace < 1a 1aplace
place of business s Salt Lake City rtab rtabNotice ttahNoUe ttabNotice
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following deitcrib bd d stock on account aceountasstssment c cassessment et etassessment <
assessment No 1 of two 2 2 ears CeatBrett FPSshare FPS pgshare
share levied on the t 2 7th th day of Jim Jim19Q
= 19Q rett the several 1 1the smoants g set opposet opposethe
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7 J B L I Bourassa 18 5 S T 16 16Georg 16Oseage
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SB 5 ChasT Chas K Price PriceJNI 144 8S s sOite
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26 5 A B Raleigh 11 t f S ISS ISSai W WSW
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5549 o W Mrs IT Memphis Norris Norfta11t Norrisll
1115 11t ll > Frank Prttchett Prttchett11S T
11S n 1134 4 Mrs H G Bates BatesILu
1147 Meyer MeyerB ILuJKIMIS A Joseph JosephB JKIMIS w wthrPetourths
B B SU ILu Lula VL Sheridan Sheridanthreefourths Shendathreefourths iid
threefourths of ofceriiflcate ofcortitkate 1
0 ceriiflcate ceriiflcateB 0 0B 2 2B
B B 744 C C S Smith thre threfourtba three threefourtb thresfourths
fourths of oftlftcate < ntifleate < 4 4tltlcate
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B BBm3xentdafl B B 1 13 Merldan M Saw Sawthreefourths Sawthreefourths 1
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B B 1 1W 48 M A M Miller Millerthreefourths M Millerthreefourths tIlco I Ithreefourths
threefourths of ofcertificate o oterUtlcate ofeeitlftcate
certificate eeitlftcateAnd 31 to totnd i iAnd
And in accordance with law ami amiof i al alof a aof
of the board of directors tnal tnal27th makmh iii it it27th
27th day of f JUne 19K so n mall an K Keach fha fhataeh h heach
each niircel sated of such stock stocknecewwry s St k < L nt ntn flinecessary
necessary n n will tU be is sold at < t t tthe fltfl fltflthe fi fithe <
the company Room 364 O1 TVnre TVnreln T sea seaitg 1 1In
ln In Salt Lake City Clt ftah 1 < o odmy 1 Ih Ihclky
dRy uf August 1J 1900 5 at a ii i i lour louroclock o oOclock our ouroclock
Oclock p p at to lilY ev ddiJ I I Ient It ItltHut t tassist
assist ent thereOn t reon togethtr toeth r with withadvertising a ith Is l iadvert1aifl u uadert >
advertising adert and rd ext exnA > >
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