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ctarc1GO anhC1Jj Nassau street Now York t7 t7n T
Washington n as Oshtngton Ington8tree streefc Chicago ChicagoSubscribers Chico go goSubacrJbers
Subscribers Snb crlbors wishing address of paper
ohansrod must give former ad a weft well as
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order tev f is received to fllBConttnua All ttr ttt
rearaswi > must be aaid in every case caseThe CASeTho
The Herald can be obtained at Clttl1ase those
places placesNew
New York YorkWaIdorrAstori WaldorfAstoria Imperial Imperialo8tonXoug4s
Boston BostonYouJJoIs Youngs HbtL Hot
Chicago The Auditorium Palmer
House HouseKansas HouseKanNas HouseKanKas
Kansas City CityCoat Coatos us House
Omaha Om Omaha1IJjard 1I1MlJlrd Mljlara Hotel Globe News es Co Coaleicath
Mouoath Stationor Co Cot
t Denver Brown Pulaoe HamiltonJ HamiltonJIvisndrick
Ivisndrick 3 Pratt > ratt Book Store
San Francisco FranciscoPalace Palaca Hotel and N Najtroots r
Wheatley corner Market and leamet
ajtroots Str trnotsPQrUand ots i i iPorUand
Portland Ore OrePortlnnfl Portland HataJ not ot9t it
IMH Lo Antrelns AnfC Angej psOJiver Oliver Haines BaIoesor8
Minneapolis MhnioapollsWest West Hotel
fat t Louis LouisThe or8 The h Planters n lThe The Southern SouthernTHE SouthernTHE SouthernTHE
THE THE GAS FRANCHISE FRANCHISETho
Tho Tb franchise granted by the th council councilMonday councilIondtly councilMonday
Monday night jto to George W Snow and andWilliam andYUlfam andWilliam
William Darat for the construction and andoperation an anperatlon an3
operation ot a gas as plant InSalt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City will if it affords competition In Inthe Irt Irtth hithe
the th gas g s business busln 5 be of distinct distthetbeueflt distthetbeuefltto > benefit benefitto
to the e public pub 1c The people ivould lv uld like likehowever l ke kehoweoer
however some definite d finlte assurance assuronceth that thatthere thatthere t tthere
there will be competition Tho service servicenow fienI e enow
now being b Ing furnished turnlBhedbY by theTJtah the Utah Light LightRailway LightRailway LightRailway
Railway company is not satisfactory satisfactorya
a t statement which we believe bellee the com company COn1 COn1pan cornpany ¬
pany pan Itself will 111 confirm confirmBut confirmBut confirmBut
But there is nothing In the franchise franchisethat franchiselhat franchisetbat
that Insures competition nothing to toprevent toprevent o opreflent
prevent Messrs Snow and 3 Darst > arst from fromselling from8ellin fromselling
selling 8ellin their franchise to the Utah Light LightRailway LIghtRa1lwa
Railway Ra1lwa company and so compelling compellingconsumers compellingconsumers
consumers to pay pa Interest oh an in increased increased inreCRed ¬
creased bonded Indebtedness Ind btedl1e s It is i to toba tob tob
ba b i doubted if an anticonsolidation anticonsolidationriause antlClonsolldatlondause
riause in the franchise would be effec effective etrec etrecHve effective ¬
tive either for It would ould be difficult difficultby dillou1tby
by b legislation to compel a citizen to toretain toreta1n toretain
retain his own property propertySome properlySome proprtySome
Some very ery f fair air promises are made bythe byIhe by bythe
the promoters of the new corporation corporationThey corporationThey corporationTh
They Th y agree to furnish gas for fuel and andilluminating andiUumlnl andilluminating
illuminating iUumlnl ting purposes at rates materi materially materIany materlally ¬
ally lower than those charged by b the theUtah thoUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway Rallw8 company they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have agreed to forfeit forf lt 6000 to the city cityif eltyi
if i they do not turn gas Into their own ownmains o ownmains n nmains
mains within a period of three years yearsthey yearsthey yearsthey
they propose to give the city cU one per peroent perent persnt
oent ent of their gross earnings during the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first five years ears of the lifeof their fran franchise tranchlse franchise ¬
chise one and onehalf per pe1ccntdur pe1ccntduring cent centdur centdurmg dur during ¬
ing the second five years ears and two per perctnt percnt percflt
ctnt for the remaining forty f rt years ars It Iti Itizl
17 i provided too that Jn n no event shall shallthe shaHthe L Lthe
the annual payment be b less than 1000 1000Thus 1000Thus
Thus the city will receive at t least least4V000 least4i least4O0OZor
4V000 4i OOOtor for the payments do not begin beginuntil beginuntil beginuntil
until the company starts the delivery del1er of ofgas ofgasand olgasand
gas gasand anS perhaps p rhap3 a great deal more in incash incash
cash cash for the franchise Wo 0 are in indined inellned indined
dined to think though that th t the com company compan conipany ¬
pany pan should give more For instance instanceit
it might furnish heat without charge chargeTor chargefol r rfor
for all of the city buildings This would wouidresult wouldrFlt I Ir7sult
result in a considerable saving to the themunicipality themunlclpaUtJr th I Imunicipality
municipality In fuel bills and would wouldnot wouldnot I Inot
not be burdensome to the company companyIn oompanIn
In most respects it must be said that thatthe tha thathe thaithe
the franchise is fair enough The mat matler matlei niatLer
ler of heat units about which so much muchwas muchwa L Lwas
was wa said at the council meeting Mon Monday Monday Ion Ionday ¬
day night Is relatively unimportant unlm ortant If Ifthe Itthe It Itthe
the now company honestly expects to toiompete t tcompete i ilompete
compete with the Utah Light Rail Railway Rallway ¬
way company it muet furnish a good goodquality goodQtaU gooc goocquality I
quality QtaU of 0 gas The public cannot be beforced beforced b bforced
forced to take and use an inferior inferiorproduct Inferloproduct Inferloiproduct
product productThe productThe productThe
The really Important Jmportantpolnt point Is the for forfeiture for1eiture forfeittire ¬
feiture of cash for not constructing the thecompeting theeompotlns th thcompoting
competing eompotlns plant Five thousand dol dollars dolJars dolJars ¬
Jars Is a very ery small sum to a corpora corporation corporation ¬ I Itlon
tion of the t e magnitude claimed for this thisone thisone 3 3one
one Men could very well afford to torisk t trisk
risk that much on the chance of sell selling sel1ng selling ¬
ing ng the franchise in the six months al allotted allotted
lotted them before work need be b begun begunIf
If the promoters are really in earnest earnestand earnestand I Iand
and we sincerely trust they are area areabond a abond t tbond
bond of 2 2O0O < > 000 would not be too much muchto muchto mud 1 1to
to protect the Interests of the city cityREV ctt cttREV cityJ
J
U REV RE DR T W PINKERTON PINKERTONSalt
r Salt Lake will lose one of its it most mostuseful mostUletul inos t tiiefu1
useful citizens today toda In the departure departureof C Cr
r of the Revl Rey Dr T W PInkerton of the theF1rst th B BPlrst
First Christian church Dr Pinker Pinkerton Pinkerton Pinkerton
ton could not Tie bcleased classed as an old citi citizen cUIzen citizen ¬
zen of Salt Lake but during the com comparatively comparathely cornparatively ¬
paratively f few w years of Ids s residence residencehero resldoncoi S Shere
hero h baa made more friends andj andjAttained and ani 1 1ittaIned I Iattained
Attained a higher standing than the thegreat th thgreat thgreat
great majority of men in a lifetime lifetimeAnd lifetirnAnd i iAnd
And right well does he deserve his hisfriends hl S Sfriends
friends and his standing standingIn I
In his quiet Way he has gone about aboutdoing t tdoing I
doing good The cry of distress has hasnever ha S Sn
I
never n vei been too low or too broken for forhim forhint fo r rhim
him to hear and understand His hand handhas handhas I Ihas
has alwayrf been oen extended to lift up UPthe ui I Ithe i ithe
the fallen to steady the wavering waVerlJn wavarmn his hisvoice h18alee hi C Cvoice
voice alee has always been uplifted In de1 de1fense de1fanse de defen6o
fense of the weak and the Buffering BufferingAnd suerIn r rAnd i iAnd
And all this has hW1been been done so unob unobtrusively unobtruslvely unobtrusively ¬
trusively with such utter effacement effacementof t
of 01 self that th t the real value of this man manan manan 11 11an
an hardly hardl be appreciated except byi byithose b bthose 1l 1lthose t
those who know him beet beetA bMtA betA
A true tr e soldier of the cross Dr Plnk Plnkrton Plnk4rton PinkrWn
rton has fought a good fight in lftSal lftSalLake Saltj SaltjLake Sal SalLake
Lake Smilingly he has born his bur burden burden ¬ i
den bravely braeJ lias ho glvenof bbs stor storeo storu e ecourage
o courage when heu ea often he stood in Inll ice aod aodof HMlo Or
of o It himself Now he goes out under underhis underh18 nude r rhis
his banner to fight In other fields Totlay To 10dy totiay i
tlay Dr PInkerton leaves l ics for San sn Fran Franif FrlIdeco Friico
deco if co where be lms liabsen b een an extended thei theiMjfh tl tllligh th e ehigh <
high honor of an Invitation to deliver deliveri r rthe 1 1tbe
i the he conference cont reDee sermon a j the Anwi Anwian A tl tlan
an Christian ChrlstianM1aionary Missionary gathering In Inthis IIIthIS I a athis
this Invitation 1zn tat1on lia Is placed above all ullother allotbera IL ILothers
other of his faith at this most mottm mottmfJOrlant tm tmlK 1 1portant
lK fJOrlant > rtant conference of Christian Christianvorkors Cht1sttnnork n nworkers
workers vorkorsWhen workersVben ork rs rsVhen
When the San Francisco meeting is isover IsOer I Ioer
Oer hewill he hew will go to Kenton Ohio where wherelie wherehe 0 0ho
lie will resume tho direction of o the thespiritual thep1rJtuIlI Ui C CRpirUual
spiritual affairs of the congregation congr gatlbtl t he heJeft heJett h C CJeff
Jeff to oomtt to Salt Lake It Is good goodto goodto Loo d dto
to know that Dr PInkerton Is bound boundto d dto
to Salt Lake by tics of blood as well wellas woIrLt wo U Ut45
as Lt of D Clow Glo etrt fjedehIp ri d8hp He has two twovm twomlt tw 0 0rrttt1
mlt rrttt1 I1 l dltuh dUhOs living han hotaneJI
vm I 1ft ii bts Wniabfk trJm bk for free freeMeantime freUeatJtlm 1
Meantime The Herald vo1r vn1qpu thesen hE 1i SP n r
tJmantot U Umant tflOPtTOf of theentire th enttre community when it itbids itds itIds
bids b Ids ds VDr Dr r Pinkerton PJnkert n Godspeed1 on onourney Ills Illsjourney J ls lsjourney
bj
journey j ind expresses the hope that thatno thatno thato
no n o shadow ot care will aloud el ud the golden goldensunshine sold goldenunshilie on onsunshine
sunshine s ns of t joy and and prosperity pl1 JJerJty In in which whichveryonefus 1 1veIjonej i ieveryone
everyone e veIjonej veryonefus of du tua would have him always alwayswalk alwayswalk alwayswalk
walk walkRUSSIAS walkRUSSIAS
RUSSIAS RUSSIANANCE8 FINANCES FINANCESRussian FINANCESRUlslan
Russian writers are are just now n busily Dusll Dusllengaged
engaged e in pointing pointfngoutthat out that Russia Russiacannotconslder RussJacannotconslder IussJaannotconslder
cannotconslder c the quastloji q qu a tIqn tQJlot of art a In Indemnity indemnity ¬
demnity because she is i not In a posi position posttlon posiforr ¬
tion t to toptiy pay one o e It Is declared that thatthe thatthe
the t he empire Is stricken with poverty povertythat po vert vertI
I
that t the national debt 19 already en enormous enotmous eniznous ¬
ormous o the taxes high A loan tit five fiveper fiveper
per cent cent plac placed d recently rccent1 tested the theresources therBSOUrCQS
resources r of the nation to theirut theirutmost their ut utmost ¬
most limit Savings banks 1 were re drained draineddry draineddr
dry dr financiers exhausted their Ulelrwlts Ulelrwlts1Jnding wits witsfinding
finding f the money moneyOn moneyOn moneyOn
On the other hand it is Iss said idthat that M MWitte L LWitte
Witte has been Informed by the French Frenchpremier Frenchpremier
premier M 3 I Rouvier that he must die discountenance dlscountenanco dieCountenance ¬
countenance the th lending of any more moremoney moremoney
money to Russia > by French bankers bnnkersfor bnnkersforwar for forwar forwar
war purposes Russias credit In InFrance InFrance
1 France from which she has always nlw ys ysbeen
been been able abl to draw large largesums sums has been beenexhausted beenexhausted
exhausted e Professor Profe Migoulin an emI emlnent emImnt otnlnent
nent Russian Rua iari economist writes that thatthe thatthe
the nation now has to pay pa out 100000
000 00 annually in Interest charges c 1 gefJ and andthat
that that she cannot ba bl expected exp cU d i to to raise
S 50000000 a yeaBdnore yeaImoJet U to > payMnterest payMntereston pa nter6st nter6stor
on o r Po a Japanese Japaneselndemnlt indemnity <
1 Tcul TculYi a bad cas n stmade out ut foi r S > the theczar th thczar
czar But it should shouldbe be remembered rememberedthat rememberedthat rcrnembercdhat
that t hat the suspension s spenl n of OtPrefi rFrer Freri6h h loans ap applies applies ¬
plies only to war loans France wIlltend will willlend
lend l end Russia any an amount that may na be b bneC beneeary
necessary neC 9ar for Qr an Indemnity that will willput wl11put
put a stop to hostilities This apparent apparentparadox apparentpltradox
paradox is easily explicable eotpU ab1e With the thewar Uiewar
war ended with a popular assembly assemblyhaving assemblyhaving
having a voice In the conduct of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government Russia might reasonably reasonablybe reasonablbe
be expected to enter upon an era of ofprosperity otprosperity
prosperity p BO so great that ishe would have havelittle hnYclitUe
little l difficulty dlfficult in meeting the interest intereston
i
on her loans and in refunding them as asthey asthey I
they fall due dueOn dUeOntheshowlng
On Ontheshowlng the showing madebytheRussian madebytheRussianwriters
writers themselves Russia In spite spiteof fiplto fipltoof spiteof
of the apparently firm nr pgsUkm taken takenby tfJltenb
by b M Witte must consider the th ques question question ¬
tion of indemnity Indemnit The fact that she sheihas shehas
has never paid an Indemnity is by b no nomeans not1eanQ nohieans
hieans means an absolute bar to such a pay payment payment
ment now To continue e ll tlie tleiiviIh ew war i iwilh iwilhany wilhanJ
any degree of effectiveness Is for Rus Russia Russia Russift ¬
sia Impossible Further strife can mn only onlyresult onlyresult
result hi further disaster further furtherhu furtherhumUfation hu huinitiation
initiation and a heavier payment at atthe atthe atthe
the end endAnd endAnd
And Japan will stand very vel much muchhigher muchhIgher
higher In the eyes of the th world If 1 she shemodifies he hemodifies
modifies her terms and nd nmkes them as asosy aseasy
easy 0 < < 5 as Dossiblc DossiblcPLAN t tA
A PLAN THAT T AT FAILED FAILEDThe FAILEDTh j I
The Th Tlish1p shlp Ip subsidy grabbers have laV not notyt notet notyt
yt et given up hope of looting the public publictreasury pUblIctreasury
treasury t fr the benefit of theriSi th thrkhthhip thrkhthhipbulldln3 rI 1 ship shipbuilding 8 P Pbulldln ¬
building bulldln corporation corp oratl onft One ne of their theirplans theirp1ans
plans however 110 wever has already alread come ome to togrief togrIer
grief It was noted that American Americantrade AmerIcantrade Americantrade
trade ftth t Brazil had fallen off What Whatmore WhatmOle
more mOle l natural n tural thought the subsidy s bsidY peo people pe peVIe
VIe than that the trade has declined declinedfor d4clln6dtOr
for lack of American AUl ir can vessels In which whichto
to take tal e the goods goods to Brazil In tha thahope thlthope th 1
hope of securing s a a confirmation of their theirtheory theirtheory
theory a letter was sent to an Ameri American American ¬
can business man in Brazil who who does doesa doea
a iQt of importing from the United UnitedStates Unlte4States LnItedStates
States We quote a part of his reply replyI
I find many man of tho largest and most
experienced importers men vflo deal In Infoods Inu
foods goods from both J ot otUihn the Uihn Uihnh United States and
i
urope inclined u to laugh at the h Idea = that t
American exporters are in need or orgreater orgreater orgreater
greater facilities They The claim that they
never had any an difficulty In getting all
the goods g ods that are demanded from New I
Fork quite as readily as from London LondonW
Liverpool W g or o Hamburg u And nd as to th thexperience the theexperience
experience e of f those countries un that fuiiO fuiiOtrol con ¬
trol the bunk of the transportation to
Brazil statistics show that In tho past
tan t n years Home of the countries 6f f B Brdpe Ba BarOpe et etr
rOpe r pe which have made the greatest greatestef ef ¬
fort to stimulate steamship facilities be between hetween ¬
tween their ports and those of Brazil
have t been > een the least lea t successful tlucc srul in holding
thair Brazilian trade tradeSo tradeSo tradeSo
So another reason for the falling off offmust oCfmust Offmust
must be found It is barely possible possiblefor J possiblefor > Of8iblefor
for example that goods from other othercountries othercountrIes
countries cost less than American Amerl n goods goodsand
and are of as good quality < iualIt fcertajnly fcertajnlythe ertainly I
the shipping facilities have nothing to todo todo todo
do with the matter The truth Is hat hatthere hatthere lratthere
there has never been a time when goods goodsmanufactured goodsm
manufactured m in the United States were werekept werekopt werekept
kept out of any foreign market mrItetpecau because1 because1ships beeauseships e eships
ships in which to carry them to mar market markEt ¬
ket could not be fourid Xorhas Nor has it itever Itever
ever been shown to be a disadvantage disadvantageto
to Americanx Americanxgoods Am erIC1IU goods to have them th car carried carrlad carnod ¬
nod to foreign markets In vessels fly flyIng fi fiIng flying
Ing foreign Hugs HugsTho l1ugsThe liegeThe
The talk of American goods In InAmerican inAn InAmerican
American An 1eriPan bottoms Is very ver fine but it itIs itis
Is inspired not by patriotism but by bya bya j
a desire on the part of the shipbuilders shipbuildersto shpbullderto
to plunge their arms up to the elbows elbowsInto elbowsIntp elbowslntu
Into the national n tlonal treasury No advocate advocateof advocate advocateot
of subsidies has yet et been able to prove provetothe provetothe provetothe
tothe satisfaction of an unprejudiced unprejudicedobserver unprejudicedobsener
observer that ship subsidies sub hlles would b bof bot bof
of one cents benefit to t American Americanworkers Americanworter8 L Lworkers
workers not one has successfully successfullyshown successfuUysh successtullyshOwn
shown sh wn that tJ at subsidies 8u ialu would increase increasethe increasetbe Increasethe
the foreign trade f ± ade of the United Unltec1States Unltec1Statesanywhere States Statesanywhere Statssanywhere
anywhere in the tIt world worldTha worldrhe
The ship subsidy sU sdy fe rta a graft t nure fltirezird reand reandstipple and andstipple r
stipple and It is a more more contemptible contemptiblegaft contemptibleglltt conteinptibltgtaft
gaft baougeIt b It Is JJlJtnnedfor iilfenned for tha tlIGt trOen trOenejlt bait baiteflt EIIlt EIIltellt
eflt of those tho e who are already nlread rich richKow
1118 1118ow
4 4Iow
Kow ow the enlisted men of the First FIrstBattery
Battery Battery X G U are asking that they theybT the theb theybe
bT b discharged from the service The Theratlo Ther TheniitIo
ratlo r tlo of ofticers to privates ln n our love lovel
135 l National Guard Is increasing at a arapid ii L
rapid ld rat rate There used ed to 1 be > e one ofll ofllcar officer t I i icer
cer for ev evry ry live privates Today Todaytkgre Todf1 Todf1tl Todaytiire
tkgre tl tre must be fuUy as kftY many officers as aspulvates aKPD at atpvlvates
pulvates pulvatesi PD vates vatesri
jif ri E only a pipe line oocljSLbarnn coul ba rIm from fromth4 fromtiui
th4 council chainWir Chau11h1 4d4hervrfHoas 41t Ho us reel resitfapfes rc reeldes d ddt
des dt foS of the city ell heat would QuId be bemighty btmighty
mighty cheap Enough EDOu nouh h hot air escapes escapesai u qecapea cape8 cape8a
ai a = every ever meeting to toseq > se sea v most of the thehousekeepers theltdbsek thcltcieekeepers
housekeepers ltdbsek per comfortably comtortAbl Ithrough + throuSh the thewinter thentr I ht htwhiter
winter winterWell whiterWell ntr
III IIIWell
Well Well tomorjrow tomotrow yn will know knowwhether Imowhether knObwhether
whether you Ou are going to spend sp nd a large largeohunk largeQ Iargoliunk
ohunk Q unk of money derived del1Iv from your yourchance yourch youiclIknce
chance ch nce at the Ulntah reservation re rvaUoll or go goback gob Scback
back b ek to the deaky desk cak the counter the tholOr th thncirkshoLJ i iWprkshoD
WprkshoD lOr hoJ hoJrerort I Iroyont
1 rorort from SboraChow Sb h Y says the theantiAmerican theantiAmerican thtantiAmerIcan
antiAmerican bp bpjilS boiaa gj ls ls4aseumIng ls4aseumIngirdfltleal 1aUtnlng a uming a apolitical aV
political V tttical charaetar i 1 W wmayi I j lpo cpecfe P < t t to toh toh4 t tlta
h h4 i fromall from all 1l the forty IGttysevcn < sev > nVarieties nVarietieswlthTn vnri uaiieiei uaiieieiivlthfri Jes JeswIth
wlthTn wIth il ibe next fr ftr t4 lrftpks p1c9 j
L C n IIMiss jf1 1 1Miss
Miss Prudence Prud nce Eden of Victor Vie for Colo Colote ColoIs Cob Cobthe
Is ish isfa the guest of Miss Mary Ellsberry on onner onher oner
her h er way home from Portland and the thefair thetair
fair fa ir Miss Il5S Eden is the soloist of the theFirst theFirst tileirst
First F irst Presbyterian church of Victor Victorand VIctorand Victornd
L and a nd Is a talented young musician musicIanOJ musiciani
OJ i 1 1There a aThere
There will be a reunion r urilQn of the Knowl Knowlton Knowltop Inowln
ton to n family famfl at Lagoon Laoon on August 20 20Harry 26Harry 20a 20Harry
a
Harry BIntz and Cdrydon COrYd C ryd n HIggins HIgginshave Rigginshave Higginsave
have h ave gone to Laramie Wyo for a aweeks aweeks aeekii
weeks w eekii hunting hW1t1n and fishing fisblngDr
Dr arid and Mrs B A Tripp entertained entertainedat
at a t a small 6 nall dinner last evening in com compliment compliment cornhinent ¬
pliment p to Mr arid an Mrs Alma Katz KatzThe IatzThe Katzhe
TJ The T he other guests were were Dr and Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn Mrsohn
John J ohn F Crltchlow Mr r and Mrs J R RFolsoin RFolsom Rolsorn
Folsom F Miss Edith Shearman and andHarry andHarry andarry
Harry H arry Shearman ShearmanMrs Shearmanrs
0aa 0aa3ts
Mrs rs E E Haskeli gives a morning mornIngrldke
bridge b rldke party for her sister Miss Il9i Rice RiceFriday RiceFrIda Riceriday
Friday FridayMr FrIdalr F
a a a aMr
Mr lr and Mrs W H Bintz left last lastevening lastevening lastvening
evening e for or a short stay In Portland PortlandW
00 00W
W Mont Ferry and Sanford Truman Trumanleft Trumanleft Trumanft
j left le ft Monday 1Iondayevenlng evening for a trip to Park ParkCity ParkClt Parkity
City Clt C ity and from there over to Brighton BrightonThey BrightonThey Brightonhey
They T hey will return r turn today todayMr todayMr todayaa
aa aaMr
Mr and Mrs W V Montague Ferry Ferrywill FerrywJ11
will w ill glve givet u dinner fortwelve tQr Qr twelve tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorrowvonlng tomorrowvening
evening e at the University club In com compllment compliment cornliment
j pllment p pm to Mr Ir and Mrs Sanford Tru Truinan Trumau Truan
inan m an of Kansas City CityMrs Cit CittI CitMrs >
tI tIMrs <
Mrs D A Truax Trll xiinsreturned has returned to the thecity thecity theity
city c ity from California and will spend spendsome spendsome spendome
some s cs time withher vith her sister slst r Mrs W L LGreen LGreen Lreen
Green G reen at a alj the Manitou ManltouMrs rni ou ou11rs
a a a aMrs
Mrs E A Wedgwood and Miss MissEdgarda l11ssEdgnrda 3tissdgarda
Edgarda E Wedgwood will go to Provo Provotoday Provotoday Provoday
t today to day to spend a few days with friends friendsMrs frIendsfrs
00 00Mrs
Mrs frs A C Webb and her grand granddaughter granddaughter grandaughter ¬
daughter d who have been guests of ofapd Mr Mrand Mrpd
and a pd Mrs Irs Elmer B Jones left Mon Monday 1londa Monay ¬
day da d ay evening for their home In Iowa IowaCity IowaClb Iowaity
City C ity
CityMrsL aaa aaaMrs it itIrs
Mrs Irs Martha Role King and her son sonRoyle sonRole eonoyle
Role R oyle will leave Saturday for the East EastThey EastThey Easthey
T Tw They hey will go direct to o AvonontheSea AvonontheSeawhere AvonontheSeawhere AvonontheSeahere
where w here they will 111 visit Mr Irand and Mrs Ed Edwin Edwin Edin ¬
win w in Milton Royle for a few weeks weeksLater weeksater
Later L ater Mrs King will spend some time timeI timein
if in i n New York taking a special course coursefrom coursefrom courserom
from f rom her former form r teacher Oscar Saen Saenger Saencr
ger 5 cr They villl be away till the late lateautumn lateautumn lateutumn
autumn autumnThe a
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The Misses Isses Lillian and Wlnnifred WlnnifredSawyer WlnnifredSawyer Wlnnifredawyer
Sawyer S awyer of Grand Junction who have havebeen hQYCbeen haveeen
been b een visiting Miss Edgarda Wedg Wedgwood Wedgwood Wcdgood ¬
wood w ood left Sunday for their home homeMra homefrs borneaaa
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Mra frs H C Brownlee and son Walkerwl1 Walker1l Walker Walkerwill
will w 1l be h1nerom homo from Boulder some time timen timedt
n dt xt t week weekMiss weekIiss
0 0Miss
Miss Iiss Jane Odell will be down from fromBrighton fromBrighton fromrighton
Brighton B the last of the th week to spend spenda spendwhile
a while with Miss Julia Cullen CullenMr CullenMr
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Mr and Mrs Irs John C Daly have re returned returned reurned ¬
ta turned t from their wedding trip and andare an anre andre
are a > re at home till their house Is com completed completed cornleted
pleted p leted with Mr and Mrs W H BIntz BIntzon
on o n Sixth East street streetAlma streetAlma
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Alma KatzJeaves today for his busi business business budess ¬
ness n ess In Boise Mrs Irs Katz goes tomor tomorrow tomorow
row r ow to New York to spend some time timewith timeith
with w ith Mr and anp Mrs Harry David Gue GueMiss GueMiss
00 00Miss
Miss Edna Edwards goes to Logan Logantoday Loganoday
today t to visit friends for a a few weeks weeksDr weeksDr
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Dr and Mrs Irs A G < X Robertson of ofSandy orSandy ofandy
Sandy S andy have returned return d from a visit of oftwo oftwo Ofwo
two t wo weeks In Portland PortlandThe PortlanThe
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The musicians who are engaged In Inthe Inthe inhe
i the he study of modern music and com composers composers comosers ¬
posers p osers will meet today at 330 at the thestudio thestudIo thetudio
studio s ps of Miss Celia Sharp In the Con ConatitutiQiv Conat1t ContttUtIQU
atitutiQiv at1t e tlQn block blocltlIrs
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Mrs J C Armstrong of Ogden Mrs MrsS MrsD rrs rrsS
S D Ensign and Miss lissDeel1 Dee have ve re returned returned reurned ¬
turned t from a trip of a month to the thecoast thecoact theoast
coast c While away awa they visited all allpoints allpoints alloints
points p oints of Interest from Los Angeles to toPortland toPortland toortland
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Portland P and the sound country countrysi
aa si siHarry itHarr aHarry
Harry Harr C Chapman of Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprIngs Coloradoprings
Springs S returned last evening to his hishome hishome irisome
home h ome after spending a week In the thecity theciQ theity
city c ity
cityMr 0 03rr
Mr 1r and Mrs rs E W V Exum will leave leaveabout
about a the last of the week to make maketheir maketheIr makeheir i I
their t home in Seattle Seattlea >
a aa it itJudge j t
Judge H P Henderson is If l In Idaho Idaholnaking Idahcaking
lnaking m aking a business trip throuh hrou h the thestate thetate
state stateMiss s
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Miss Helen Halm is a guest for a ashort ashort ahort I II
short s time of Miss Iisa Ames on her way wayto wayto wayo
to t o join her father in Portland Portlanda PortlandMlse PortlandMlss
4 a a aMire
Mire L LQlle lie Barnes James Is e back from a aweekls aweck a aweeks
weeks vacation in Ogden Og ell canyon canyona canyonThe
a a 00 00Tire It ItThe
The regular table dhote luncheon at atthe l1tthe AlL
the t he Country club today will draw a alarge alarge a aarge L
large l arge number of the members who whoare whoare whcre
are a re seeking 6 eklng to escape the heat and dust dustof dustof dualf
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of o f thecity thecityMrs the clt cltlIrs eity
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Mrs F S Castlton has gone to Idaho Idahoto Idalico
to t tt o spend a few weeks eeks with her daugh daughter daughter daugher ¬
ter t er Mrs I < Arthur A rUlUl Castleton CastletonA c Castiet st tn tnA n na
a a a aA
A dance dQn e was given at Silver Lake by bythe bythe b3he
the t he Strollers club last Monday Ionda even evenIng eVening evenag
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Ing l ag The ball was decorated in the club clubcolors clubcolors clutolors
colors c of pink and green The invited invitedguests invitedguests lnvite lnviteguests
guests were Misses Wilson Laura Par Parry Parr Parry ¬
ry r EIlv Geary Gco Irene Short Marjorie MarjorieShort MarjorieShort MariorkShort
Short Elsie McMillen Rene Redman RedmanMary RedmanUar RedmanMary
Mary Uar Halloran Florence Halloran HalloranMcEvoy HalloranBeth HafloranBeth
Beth Dunbar Elizabeth Baker Myrtle MyrtleMcEvo MyrthMeEvoy
McEvoy Laura Farrell Clio WjooleYraud Wjooley WjooleyMaud MooleyMaud
Maud McEvoy Eliza Dey Chas Han Hansen HtnRen Hansen
sen Sam Lochman Frank J T Folland FollandHarry FollandHarry FoliandHari7
Harry Madsen Ruel G Halloran Clyde ClydeMcEvoy ClydeIcEvo CiydMcEvoy
McEvoy IcEvo Frank Root R Levey Leve E EHansen EHalsen EHaitsen
Hansen B Hanson Roy Coates Mar MarVan MarVan MaiVan
Van Cott Dewitt Knox Frank Knox KnoxJr KnoJr KnoxJr
Jr Will VIll Rowe Earner Ehn r Volt SIl Simon SimonRay SimonRay SimonRay
Ray harp Johnnie John fo Held Miss Ifss Kate KateHalloran KateHalJornn Kat KatHalloran
Halloran and Mr and Mae W E Cou Coulam Coul8m Couam
lam l am chaperoned the party partyMiss partyiF
0 03IIss iF iFMlss
Miss Olive Jennings will return Fri Friday FrIday Friday ¬
day from her two weeks pleasant visit visitwith vltltwith viiwith
with friends at Brighton BrightonJust BrlghtqnJust BrightqnJust
Just Just drop In and see tile t e new china chinaftore chinaftore chinastore
ftore Davies La i 8 Co 30 South Main Main2hen ininhen
r hen newest We west t designs and shapes In china chinaware phlnaware chinawars
ware ware glassware cut glass Japanese Japanesegoods Japanesekoods Japanesefrooris
goods Russian brasses Everything Everythingmarked EverythingmarkJd Everythingmarked
marked in plain figures figuresMARRIAGE figuresMARRIAGE figuresMARRIAGE
figuresa a
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESS73 UCE LICEISES73Ernaxiuel SES SESS73Emanuel
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Leonora L nora E Howard Salt Lake Lake8111I LakeS7Igar
871 8111I S7Igar TSxar 1Or U Whitney hltney Denver DenverMrs DenverMrs
Mrs 111 Honor Sullivan Green River RiverWvo RiverVvo RiverVvo
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3argret irKHt A Jensen Jen n Salt Lake LakeS77 LakeS LakeSTTViliintn
S77 S STTViliintn William Cochran Sugar SugarSophie SugarSophie SugarSophie
Sophie McWeggeland Salt Lake LakeOught LattQug LakeOught
Ought Qug t to Produce a Great Crop Cropftisltimore Cropctaltlmore Cropfllaltlniore
ftisltimore Sun SunRoot SunRoot SunRoot
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continued vK V vegotation K < tation Inthe In the tli office of tho thosfccremry thoSClCtIir thes4cret1rY
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In making makingPredigested makingPredigested makingPredigested
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GrapeNuts GrapeNutsThe
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EITH OBRIEN COMPANY will close closeWedn cloeWednesday
KEITHOBRIEN
Wednesday Wedn sday at 12 oclock as a c courtesy to toits toits toits
its employes who will leave at 1pm 1pmon 1 p In in0fl
on a chartered cha1t red train over avelr the th Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWestthm a1u1e a1u1eWestern
Western for Ogden thence by conveyance to tothe toI tothe
I the Hermitage up the canyon Refavniing the thetrain ther thetrain
r train will leave Ogden at 10 p m sharp The Theround Theround TheLi
round trip to Ogden will be 100 there will willbe willI willbe
I be an additional charge of 40 0 cents for the theround theraund
I round trip tl p to the canyon A special dinner at
Li i I 75 cents will be served s 1Ved for those ivlio do not nottake nottake llottake
take lunch We will return to Salt Lake at
11 p In Can you yo go along alongPapier alongU
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Papier Mache Mac e Pails Tuts Tu1 u s Pitch Pitchers
ers etc which vary in in price from 35
55 125 125thls tliis
cents to week or oruntil oruntil oruntil C
until the stock is its i sold each eachWood eachWood eachWood
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Wood salt boxes for foriOc lOc Cuspidors for lOc l c Hand painted paintedlateaand paintedlat paintedlatdsand
> lateaand lat s and salad bowls b wls 150 to 750 Nippon vases beautiful beautifulVases beautifulvases beautifulvases
Vases and known the world over Remarkable values 560 60 506O0and
600 6O0and and 800 800A 800A 800I
I A SupremeEffort to toClcs toClcsOut Close CloseOut CloseOut
Out the Remaining Remaini g Stock Stockof Stockof
1 of Handsome Millinery MillineryUP Millin ry t
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UP to 1200 Hats Hats295 Hats295LOT 295 295XOT
LOT 1 Description of a couple couvleot of them Pink braid hat haton haton I
on the Gainsborough Galnaboroughorder order trimmed in fine black flowers lloweraand
I and fine Val lace This Is an exquisite 800 hat I
RedGeranium Red Ceranlwn shades from dark to light rofl redn o beauti b autl ¬
ful Lu nI 950 Obat hat hatXiOt batLot
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summer headwear Many Man of these are pattern hats hatsV hatsUp hatsto
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I I LOT 2 2Inthls 2In In this lot la a handsome 950 98 Gage brain bt bat t
1 Then also are to be found several chiffon shirred taffeta taffeta11ats
4 hats In tan red black and navy naY These hats run J600 and
700 This showing comprises readytowear Gageihats GilgO ts and
others nicely trimmed trimmedUp trimmedUp trimmedI
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I Up to to 700 7 OO Hats Hats95 95 S ck ctsLOT cs csI v vX
I X LOT OT 3 3TalJored Tailored hats misses hats with bows bow ranging
I In urlce from 400 to 500 for 9Sc 9ScFancy 95cFancy 9ccFancy
Fancy Turbans in light blue braid and < trimmed In quills
I Worth 400 4 for 95c 9 c There are other rare bargains
I Sale starts Friday Frlda morning morningJ
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n which whichcreamuditjsannthd cream is used itls an essential It ItJ Itc
gives to chocolate
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hair smooth and glossy free freefrom freefront
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from all injurious ingredients ingredientsand
and something that will pro promote promote i
mote a healthy growth of the thehair thehair I Ihair I
hair and stop the itching otk o1 the thescalp thescalp I
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scalp scalpVosburgs scalpVosburgs scalpVosburgs I
Vosburgs Liquid Quinine Quinineand Quinineand Quinineand
and Egg Shampoo ShampooJs
Js l the name of this new prepar preparation preparation preparationvhich ¬
ation ationvhich which sells for 50 cents centsthe centsthe centsthe
the bottle We also have it in inthe inthe inthe
the form of a jelly should you youprefer youprefer
prefer it that way but its use useis useis useis
is equally eq Ilypleasant pleasant in either eitherform eithelform eitherform
form formSCHRAMMC SCHRAMMC SCHRAMMCWHERE
WHERE THE CARS STOP STOPTHE STOPTHE STOPTHE
THE GREAT PRESCRIPTION PRESCRIPTIONDRUG PRESCRIPTIONIjRUG PRESCRIPTIONDRUG
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You can Jay in n your winter sup supply
ply of anthracite for 950 per perton
ton Cash The rate advances advancesSeptember
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chased today may save you a a sick spell tomorrow tomorrowCURED tomorrowCURED tomorrowCURED
CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER ATEt ATEtALL A7TEIALL MTEZALL
ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILED FAILEDMrs
Mrs W A Whitewell Emory Tex Texwrites TexWrites Texwrites
writes 4 4My My child childbed had chills ch lsand and fever feverf6r feverfbr feverfor
for four fo years We tried all aUkind kinds of ofmedicines ofm ofintdiciiies
medicines m diciucs and finally finaUyan an acquaintance o omine of ofmine ofxninc
mine recommended Herbine We used usedthree usedthree nsedthree
three bottles and the qhild hi1d is now com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely cured You have my permission permissionto periniddtOa periniddtOato s5iom s5iomto
to publish this testimonial us I cheer cheerfully cheerfulJy cheerfully ¬
fully recommend Herbine to all mother motherhaving motherhaving niotherihaving
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Fitters FlttersPlumbers9 Plumbers Mine Mineowners Mlnei Mineowners
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X dlator Valves Jenkins Brothers High Pressure Steam Ste m Valves Radia Radiaand Radiato Radiatotor Radiag5
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9 and an EXTENSIVE STOCK OF CAST IRON AND MALLEABLE aiALLEABLEPIPE MALLEABLEPIPE MALLEABLEPIPE
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and Tools consisting of 1 4Dupl Duple t t No 8 Pipe Pi Cutting Cuttin and Threading Threadingaohlno +
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