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IGNORING THE FACT FACTApparently FACTvparenty FACTtiparent1y
Apparently vparenty the opponent of A better bettersad tletterkad betterkatt
sad larger Ir supply of water tor Salt Saltiak Saltake SaltLke
iak ake Otyy L CI Y nv 1ve very little regard for fort tortt foett
t tt > e > engineering opinions of Mr Keloejr KeloejrJ Rei ReilrnH
J lrnH rmer r city ell engineer 0Afi or Mr Doremus Doremust
t till 1I > e cJtyg clQ ftMMNTfting unosflUn tJng engineer In its itsMater Itst
Mater 1 t al ar r and Mn sewer w Wet r pliw Five Mv V8 yearn ea ago agoM agoKelHYUrgtMI ago1eIeey
M Kelaey KelHYUrgtMI urged the acquiaftion acqul fUon oC oftiie oCilf oCit
tiie ilf it right to briny brth part of its Utah lake lakevaier lakeit lakeater
vaier it ater r through the th lt Ka a lt t Jordan etiwal etiwalso I
so 11 the city en could exchange that t t water waterlor watelh waterbr
lor h > l the Big BI CotUmwqod Cott Cottonwood nood water belong belonging belongng belongnig ¬
ing ng to farmers tatMers above abo the citys old oldi oldAI1Ml
i anal So urgently did kl Mr 11 Kelsey Kelseyvecoinujand ItelMYIfCoIJJl Kelaeytcoflietid
vecoinujand IfCoIJJl 8ftd this nlau that th tlut city bd bdfein b bfI1 bei
fein i 1 a condemnation suit against the theHast thQlSt theI
Hast I lSt Jordan canal company to ate atef iue iueue uafHe
fHe ue f right to enlarge eniA Ute canal and lid ue ueli Utte useIt
li foe C < u thin tIll purpose purposeQuite pmJOHQuite purposeQuite
Quite recently receotlyth ecootJ the th present city cit ad administration adnl adntinhilratfon ¬
nl ministration secured an option on one onefifth onefifth
fifth 1 ft h of the stock of the East Jordan JordanJinpany JordanJrnpanr JordanJIflpftfl
< Jinpany the th intention being Inl to utilize utilizeiie
iie 1 1f e citys share of the canal water ater for forexchange fatxehanle forIiane
exchange Iiane with Ith the Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodjannera Cottonwoodlurmera Cottonwoodifln1era
jannera why ho are above the citys cit own owncanal ownanal ownctnal
canal Ttle plan had b been n contemplated contemplatedfur contemll t d d1ut
fur some time it was ftS approved without withoutreserve withoutrservo lthoutrstrve
reserve by Mr r Doreinus Dor mus as consulting consultingengineer conliUlt1nf conaultiunengineer1
engineer f > It was US simpler and much muchi muchdlfapliM muchuiiEapei
i lieaper than Mr h KoltMy8 olwa condemna condemnation condelnnlltion condemnnation ¬
tion plan and nd it solved at once a aproblem aPJblfm1 apmtblem
problem which hleh had been b n before the th city cityauthorities cityaU cityauihorltios
authorities aU hotltl8Ii for more than five years yeargBy yea yeaBY yearsBy
By extending a comparatively small smallditch aitlfillditlh smalldlnh
ditch from th the present prliS f1t terminus of the tlieEast theEnst theEast
East Jordan oanal the city will Ill be In Inposition Inp Inposition
position p sitlOft to exchange lake water ater for the thenighline UleJlIghltne thetighlfne
nighline Big BI Cottonwood water and a al a11ortion aportion
l portion > rtion of Little Cottonwood and the thefarmers thefanners timearners
farmers arners who now get water from these thesestreams thosestran
21 streams rfoa above the citys canal are more morethan nl0lethau morethamt
than willing to make the exchange exchangeWhen exehangeWhen exchangeWhen
When suoh authorities as Mr Ir Kelsey KelseyaiJ Kellie KellieilJ KelseyL
aiJ L J Mr Lr r Doramua vouch for the wisdom wisdomoi lfHIom lfHIomor
oi the plap and indorse ndorMIts its every eOl tOlL foatutf tOlLtUft tea1uit
tUft even the obstructionists ts might be bei betXVecte beipectd
xpected i to acquiesce since neither of ofihcse otthe ofhee
the eminent engineers has ever been beensuspected beenUspect8d beensupectod
suspected of being Ignorant I orat or venal or orindifferent orwllUterttnt orniIitferent
indifferent to the welfare of the city cityla clt cltIn cityIi
la Ii spite of the evident wisdom of so soturing imoturing so sorurine
turing this additional supply of pure pureT Utlreater pmtreater
T ater while it may be had at a reason reasonable roasonabJt reasonable ¬
able figure the obstructionists attempt attemptto > t tto
to make it appear that Mayor Morris Morristh lolristho
th > city tt attorney who ho has been his hischief hlgif hishicf
chief if adviser adv ler Mr lr Doremus Franklin FranklinRichard FranklinHlchlrdK FrnklinItlehards
Richard the city engineer en n6el and his hisstaff h hIsstaff i itaff
staff taff are all implicated in a job a asetret afptItt aS
setret S ret scheme something dishonorable dishonorableand dl oonorablefwd
and mean Of course the implication implicationwas
was not nm made e plain enough to invite invitelegal invitelgal Invitelegal
legal action but was still plain enough enoughto
to give evidence of intent to discredit discreditthf diacredltthf discreditth
thf th men responsible for the Bast J aat Jordan Jordanblock Jordanblock Jordanbtouk
block purchase purchaseEntirely ImrchlS6JnUrel purchaseEntirely
Entirely apart from the ignorance ignoranceshown bmoranceuhQwn ignoranceItown
shown by the declaration that the plan planwas plantS
was < tR never before mentioned the theattack theatta theattack
attack atta k on the Integrity Int rit of the city of officials offldals ofiluials ¬
ficials and their consulting associates associatesas
M as a gratutitous tuUtoua insult In ult to men sin sincerely slnreb sineerely ¬
cerely reb and honestly hon sU doing everything everything3iossibte oerythlngIosslble everythingosIble
3iossibte osIble to settle Salt Lakes water waterquestion waterlUf waterU5StiOft
question lUf U5StiOft > stloa for years 4o come The plan planlias planhas
has 1 < 18 been executed openly ha Us been beenknown beon1mon beenknown
known to very ory Intelligent student of ofthe orthe ofthe
the situation for the past five years yearsarid yoacsatid eaiS eaiSand
arid has been carried out out so far at u uminimum unl uminimum
minimum nl nlmum of expense with a maximum maximumof
of results resultsMayor re resultsayor ults ultsrayor
Mayor ayor Morris and Mr h Doremus and andthe andtill andth
the th oi other her men who have worked so sofaithfully soal soaithfmmIIy
faithfully al fully on this thl question can afford to toignore toignore tolgIore
ignore such UCb assaults ults as thio U The public publicunderstands piib1lcur
understands ur leritads th the motives which hl Inspire Inspireth mawtll i
th obstructionists and discounts dls oums til tilthey rlIthfy 11 11thfY
thfY may m say R The public also alsoapproves alsoapproves I IapproOoS
approves of the measures taken to toS tos I IslIre
slIre S < ure an ample supply of water for the thetMiy theLy I It
tMiy t IY and will support the men who are arepushing areI arepUiblng arepushIng I
pushing to completion the comprehen comprehensive com pre hen hensi ¬
Live si n undertaking they thQ have initiated initiatedpEANUT fnltf InItfaodpEANUTPOLITICS too tooPEANUr
pEANUT pEANUTPOLITICS pEANUTPOLITICSWhite POLITICS POLITICSWhile POLITICSWhile
While th thtpubllo the public bad no right to ex expert exftt oxprtt ¬
pert ftt from Governor Cutlers record recordthat recordthal recordthat
that his appointments a > > to the til commie eonimtefcin eomml8bin commien
bin n to investigate the work of the theAgricultural thoAgricultural theAgricultural
Agricultural college and the univer university unlverHr univer4y ¬
sity Hr of TJtah would consist of men menspecially menspeclaUy menspecially
specially fitted by training and ant educa education educatkn aueatf ¬
tion tf 1 for thepttusea the DJaee the announcement announcementof
of the names wall a distinct disap disappointment dlsarp disarpcintment ¬
pointment p intment In the list 11 of eight men mentii ment1tre menthre
tii t1tre re is not one who has achieved a Jtaved state stateprominence atatepJmlnence stateprminOflOb
prominence as 1 an educator not on onw one onehJ oneihi
w iiu hJ is known as a teacher beyond th thtontine the theJj1 theO4IuO
tontine Jj1 nett of his own community communityAt commuaitA
At A t least three of the appointees appointeesJames aJpointeeiJ8lH ppoInteeJa1s
James J8lH S H Anderson Jld non of Salt S ltLake Lake Dr DrA DrS DrS
A s Condon Con on el Waber and andHQrliChel andHQrliChelBulfton Herschel HorscheiBuittn HerschelBullOn
Buittn of Cache are known as petit oolltitlttijs uoUtJdiUjS petitams
tlttijs ams This is especially twdal1 true of Ander Anderson Anderson nder nderson ¬
son and Sullen Bui If either of them themI1t themfit is isflt
fit for anything an3tbl except to be cogs CO of the ihemoot themoot t1 t1moot
moot machine the public is I yetto yet ot to be beapprised beap beapprised
apprised ap rised of the fact Both Anderson Andersonaid Andersonam1 Andnonaad
aid Bullen run with tho machine m ehlne both bothare bothar bothare
are ar thoroughly subservient to it itNeither ItXfltber ItNeither
Neither possesses the first qualification qualificationfor
for an educational inquiry inquiryIt InqulrIt
It Is quite apparent that in making makingthese makingthcse nmakingthose
these appointments there was no nohonest no110nest nohonest
honest desire on the part of Governor GovernorCutler GO GovernorCutler t110r t110rCutler
Cutler to make the investigation a ameritorious ameritorious aznerltOrlOua
meritorious one What confidence can canthe canthe canthe
the Utah public have In an educational educationalreport oducatlona1report educationalreport
report prepared by Fussy Anderson AndersonWhat AndersonWhat AndersonWhat
What merit OPfl n there be In educational educational4oncluaiona educationalionelmdon educational1onciunIofls
4oncluaiona reached by the maaWlTR maaWlTRboss m ntaahtflboss Ql ttq ttqboss
boss of t Iltcle I itti dfo county tjUfltVco <
co 0 w 1d n
cusodt ot otpolitics bgng n Q1W I1A
politics but tbf5 thI net ot nQrnfratJoRS nQrnfratJoRSa e ea
a shaino and and a ronruagh oyen o en t to on on onhis one of ofbis Gfhis
his faint appreciation of the duties arid aridobligations ftl ftlohllgatlonir amidobligationir
obligations ofIllsoffice orms fficc B Btft B1itwe t pefliap pefliapwe pwhnwe
we are over severe on Cutler Perhaps Perhapshe 11115he
he is only obeying the orders o1d of the real realbotug realboss 1 1bo
boss bo Senator Smoot SmootNe SmootNevertbolQ28 SmnootNcerthelese
Ne NevertbolQ28 erthelQfi6 thft injection of ofscnvenger oriJC1vengel ofsciwenger
scnvenger polities into a matter that thatshould thatahoUla thatshould
should be absolutely free from it is i an anact anact allact
act that should bring upon the machine machinethe
the severest condemnation of every everygood evorygood everygood
good citizen Even Governor Cutler Cutlershould Cutlerhould Cutlershould
should have been above such a per performance P8form perormapoe ¬
formance orm ormapoe Qe and the fact that he has 1t a beep baqnguilty beepguilty beenguilty
guilty of It shows the lengths Ien ths to whiqfi whiqfithe whiQ whiQtho whiqilthe
the Smoot machine is prepared to go in inUtah tl tlUtah hiUtah
Utah UtahABOUT UtahABOUT UtahS UtahABOUT
S
ABOUT INCOME E TAXES TAXESThe TAXESThe TAXESTime
The consular and diplomatic dl lOlJ1aUc repre representatives reprsSoatattVO reproseittativos ¬
sentatives 1 of the British government governmentliave governtnont1uLvetbeen governtntsnthave
have 1uLvetbeen been investigating the income tax taxquaetion tax taxqu ta taquestion
question qu Uo and the th result of their work workhas worlthas workhas
has just been given out It is shown shownthat shoutthat shounthat
that the returns from income taxes taxesform taxesform taxesform
form a considerable c proportion of the tharevenues tl1 tl1ntenuea therevenues
revenues of many tnftn countries tncludll1Great including includingGreat I IGreat
Great Britain There hwe the tax tLxia is a ashilling ahilling ashilling
shilling > > on every pound above 100 W or orabout qrabout r rabout
about five pel cent centBut centBut COJILBut
But the rat rate is not fixed arbitrarily arbitrarilyin arbltmrUIn
in England It is I increased Incr ed or > r 6 6creased c ccreased ifr ifrCJitftJed <
creased according as a there is need for formoney fOlmoney formoney
money and all Incomes Incomes above 3500 are arorequired Brtrequtta arerequked
required to pay pQ > > At the th inaximum tax taxSpain taxSpaJD taxSpain
Spain Austria Prussia prus la and Italy all allhave aUhave allhave
have income taxes The n rate in Italy Italyis
is very high ht t1 in some jeun same oaos calOl being eig as asmuch fUmuch a amuch
much as twentyper tWtmt twinty per r ceHt ceritot cert of the tlle whole wholeThis wholeTlmIm bole bolelhIs
This fat I4 also true ttu ofAustria p f Aria The Theminimum Thentluhnum Iheminimum
minimum income taxed varies con conralderably conlderabl considerably
alderably lderabl In Austria It is 2W O 100 in inSaxony InSaxony InSaxony
Saxony 225 5 In Prussia 270 270 iO in Hol Holland HollaJtd Holland ¬
land and 235 in Spain SpainThe SpalllTbfl SpalfiThe
The rates run as low as sixtenths ill tQ ths of ofone ofonl ofone
one par cent on the income of a laborer labororand laborerand j jand
and as s high as five per cent on the in Inoomft j jOORIOB
OORIOB of those tho e who have abundant abundantYetltll abundantwealth i iwealth
wealth Thus the burden burd n Is i distributed distributedover
over the shoulders of those beet able ableto ableto ble blelo
to bear it Thus no income under 50
000 pays pa 1iJ the maximum tax in Austria Austriaand AustriaandBlden Austriaand
andBlden and Baden and none under 25000 in inPrussia inPluula inPrussia
Prussia There has never bean 8n 8nquestion any anyquestion i iquestion
question in the countries named about aboutthe abouttboeolUJtltutlonalih aboutthe
the constitutionality of f the tax It is ispaid IspAld ispoid
paid grumblingly in some instances instancestrue InstJUlcestrue lnstamfestrue
true but the public treasury5 tretlsur is yearly yearlyenriched yearlyenriched earb earbenrIched
enriched by it itIn ItIn t tIn
In the he United States it appears aDP lS that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we oannot have an income tax ta until untilthere untilthero untilthere
there is an amendment to the constitu constitution constitution constitution ¬ i
tion At least that is what wimatAhe the supreme supremecourt supromecourt supremecourt
court told us on one ona occasion occasionRETIREMENT occludone occludonRETIREMENT occasionRETIREMENT
e
RETIREMENT OF LOOMIS LOOM1SThe LOOMISThe LOOMISThe
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The announcement of the appoint appointment appontment appointmeat ¬
ment of a successor to Assistaa Assistaaretary ssistA1 gigs gigsrotary ucv ucvf8taly
rotary rf Ii i State Loomis is gratifying gratifyingTha g < ratifyinlTho
The new assIstant is Robert Rob Srt BUCOI BuU J Jformer a aformer aformer
former partner in the th banking b nkh1 houas houm + of ofJ r rPIer fj
J Pierpoi PIer Oft > t Morgan Co Mr Bacon BacondoN Bacondoea Uacondoes
does not appear to have had ary arydiplomatic m mdiplomatic arydiplomatic
diplomatic experience except sugh as asInvolved is isinvolved II IIInoled
involved in the transaction transa < Uon of a bank banking banklug aflkIn ¬
lug In business in which a conelenbe conelenbeamount C9 conelenbeamount l lbe lbeamount
amount of diplomacy Is required requir How However HoweVir However1 ¬
ever there is a difference between betweenbanking betaenbankn betweenbanking
banking bankn diplomacy and dipfonuutv It Itthe ifthe C Cthe
the international sort sortIn sortIn sortIn
In any event though thou h Mr Ir ItaouB ItaouBcannot 1ancannot a J Jcannot
cannot be worse w rse than the aaphalrer aaphalrerLoomis 8au astalterLoomis Rlrer RlrerLoomili
Loomis and there are reasons for hop hoping hoping hoping ¬
ing he will tit be a 8 great at de dIJI l betTM At Atthe Atthe t tthe
the time he tendered his resignation resignationIoomls retiiguatfonIoomls resignationLoomis
Ioomls s ssid id that he would be b appointed appointedto aoirtedto j lrh1d lrh1dto
to an important diplomatic i iioat ost > His Hisname Hisname Jflsname
name has been used u oo in conn ion with witbthe witrthe withthe
the Mexican mission and with other otherprominent oth othorprominent r rprominent
prominent place outside of the coun country country ecuntry ¬
try It is very much to be e hoi > d dthough tlthough
I
though that Mr Ir Loomis asertu a asserttoitnil asserttoitnilall rt lnAmlall utand utandall
all other statements sl tOO1nts to the tb eftect 81tfct that thathe th ththe f fhe
he will Ulbo bo continued in the govorumvit govorumvitserlce ovurumnttSOLVICO oum t ts
serlce s in any an capacity cap clty are without withoutfoundation withoutfoundation ltbfJntfoundation
foundation foundationPresident foundationPrsldent foundationPresident
President Roosevelt has au a habit of oftaking ott8Kin oftaking
taking t8Kin > care of his friends and Loointa Loointais
is one of them If he had not been n close closeto cloSEtto cloneto
to the president he would havo iav benn bennkicked beimkicked bnonkicked
kicked out of the state department long longsince lorgIItlnce longsince
since Instead he was sent us uspeeial 9 9special aspecial
special envoy eno to France ranee to bring home homethe homethe homethe
the bones of the gallant first American Americanadmiral Americanadmiral mfiricenadmiral
admiral Paul Jones Jon This signal honor honorunworthily h honorunworthily nr nrunworthily
unworthily bestowed was the last lastmark lutmark laiitmark
mark of presidential favor Loomis re received received recelvod ¬
ceived Let us us hope it will always be bethe bethe bethe
the last lastThe lastThe
14ia 14iaThe
The sheriff Jlherl < < of Silver Bow county countyButto countyBulla countyButte
Bulla Montana is i entitled to con congratulations congratulations congritulations ¬
gratulations on holding the jail against againsta
a mob that threatened to lynch l nch a amurderer ftmurderer amurderer
murderer There is l little doubt but butthat butthat butthat
that the criminal will be punished as ashe ashe ashe
he deserves and nd the sheriff was right rightin ichtIn
in protecting him He ha has Uill sot et an ex example example oxample ¬
ample where examnles are not looked lookedfor iookedfor
for and some of the eastern and andsouthern andiouthern andsouthern
southern sheriffs may profit thereby therebyP thereb
P SunauVarilla Bunau VarJIIIt tho gentleman < < n who whojobbed whojobbed I IjObbed
jobbed us on the Panama canal matter matterarrived matterarrived i iarrived
arrived in New York from Paris yes yesterday yesterday CS CSterda ¬
terday terda He should not have been per permitted permitted pernutted ¬
mitted to land but now no that he la with withug withU8 withus
ug let everybody watch to sea what whatnew whatnew whatnew
new job he has on hand handThe haud1he handThe
The National Association of Letter LetterCarriers LetLfClneri LetterCarriers
Carriers is in session M s smion lon in Portland PortlandThere PortlandTu PortlandThere
There Tu e will of course ooursebe be numerous numerousparados numoroulilparad numerousparades
parades parad as the memfears m ers of the organi organization orgAnlzaUon organization ¬
zation do not gat enough of that kind kindof kindot kindof
of exercise exerciseThe exercIseThe exerciseS exerciseThe
S e
The treaty of Portsmouth has bean beansigned beensigned boonsigned
signed by the peace envoys onO 5 and well wuUaU wellall wellall
all now now promptly forget that there Is Issuoh 1s8oh Issuch
such a town on the th New England Englandcoast EnglandCCMult Englandcoast
coast coastAt CCMultAt coastAt
At tli the ago of seventyodd Marshall MusJtJIFJeld MarshalP1cM MarshallField
Field of Chicago has married again againMr againMr
Mr 11 Slald has so o much money that no nobody nobod nobody ¬
body bod will venture to criticise him himYoull himlIeo himo himYoull
lIeo o II IIYouU
Youll have to Keep your eyas off the thesporting theortlDg thesporting
sporting ortlDg page this morning it you YOU want wantto wautto wantto
to maintain your reputation for f r not notcaring l10tC8rtn notcaring
caring C8rtn for pugilistic pUgflt tfc encounters encountersThe oncountrsS oncountrsThe
S 4I e eThe
The National Guard has gon to toManti toMantI toMantl
Manti to coma earn > out for a While Now Nowthe Nowthu Nowthe
the question is When will ha come comehome comehome comehome
home homeA
A returned missionary brings the thestartling thesturtJing thestartling
startling news that Korea sympathizes sympathizeswith mPAtI1Jzos mPAtI1Jzoswith
with the Japanese Well shed better betterThe betterThe betterThe
The Hot Wave WaveIs
Is over and we are not dead yet but butstill b butatihl t tAtm
still In the painting ant lut1 wall paper paperimsinaes paperc paperuilnGi5 piorbusino
imsinaes And < itsfflfntfoc its fIft1J2F milfornu eu u to get getttttcn getuu gotuey
ttttcn c uu uey ill t tlmt ln Uqe ihev linn 7 J JV JCiVV JCiVVV
V A PrVAIJ r > 11 11h W i S shLai >
1111 Ihll IhllI hLai
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1 Society 11 11lrs U USIrs
Mrs SIrs lrs John A Marshall will wUlleave leave to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow with her two daughters for forEurope forEurope forEurope
Europe where she will place the girls girlsin girlsIn girlsIn
in school for a few years Mrs Mar Marshall 14rshall Marshall ¬
shall will remain through tho winter winterand winterund winterand
and will be joined later by Miss Mary MaryKirkpatrick MaryKirkpatrick I
Kirkpatrick Mrs Moses Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrickand
and the Misses Ruth and Mose Kirk Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick ¬
patrick will take the Marshall home homefor hometor homefor
for tho winter winterMrs
6 see seeMrs a uMrs
Mrs George Forrester w went v nt to Og Ogden Ogden Ogtien
den last evening where she attended attendedthe attendedthe attendedthe
the wedding of her sister Miss Elsie ElsieJBohu ElsieBalm EIieBohn
Balm and Harry Bayard or Chicago ChicagoP
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F J Gustin goes to Kearney N Neb NebthIs Nobthis b bthis
this morning to visit his parents parentsMiss palentsif
if It 0jiss if ifUss
Miss Uss Louise Loul e Root entertains a num number number nuniiet ¬
ber of her girl friends r1end at a luncheon luncheonSaturday luncheonSftturda luncheonSaturday
Saturday Sftturda prior to her departure to toreenter tooontcl toreenter
reenter school at Crete Neb NebMrs Neblr8
0 0Mrs
Mrs lr8 Emma S Ellerbeck is back backfrom backtrom backfrom
from Long Beach where she spent the thebatter he hebetter
batter part of the summer summerLouis mmmerLouis
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Louis McCornick entertained a party partyof partyof I Iof
of his men friends at a stag > dinner at atthe atthe
the University club last evening eveningk tcnuglrs
so soMrs k
Mrs lrs Fisher Harris Miss Margaret
Harris and the boys will be home to tomorrow toJuorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow from Brighton where they
have pent the summar summarTho fiunUllorTho I
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the Country club will be beglvCI1 given today todaya todaynumber
a number of the members having en engaged eugaged engaged ¬
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of Ogden to tl A W Jacobs of Roches Rochester ¬
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of the brides parents Thursday Thursda Sept
3 1 The affair will be a quiet one at ¬
tended by bYOnlf only a a few friends and the theyoung theoung theyoung
young people will leave immediately
after for Rochester They will be at
home after Oct 1 at 14 Arnold block blockMr blockit
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Mr and Mrs Edward Ed ward Treganza Tr ganza are areexpected areexpected areexpected
expected shortly from Fernando Cal
to be guests for a time of Mr and
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Miss U88 Mary afar Olive Gray has returned returnedafter returnedaUel returnedafter
after an absence of a year abroad abroadMrs abroadtt
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Mrs Robert G Smith and Miss1Iu Miss
Mayme 1Iu me Noble will wUlleAe leave the latter part partof partot partof
of the week for a stay of some some months monthsin
in tho east eastMr eastMr
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Mr and Mrs Its D Elliott Kelly have havemoved hiemoed havemoved
moved and are again at home at 933
Second street streetMr
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Mr 11 and Mrs 118 Squire Coop are gu guests guestsat sts stsat
at the th Hermitage In Ogden canyon for fora fOla
a short time timeArthur timeArthur
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Arthur Clinton Moore who has been
the guest for the past fortnight of Colo Colonel Colonel Colenet ¬
nel and Mrs frs fC < D D Moore left yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday for his home in Boston BostonMiss Bostonit
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Miss Jean Odell will leave about the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of the month for Miss Bennetts Bennettsschool Bennettschool Bennettsschool
school = in New York YorkMr
Mr and Mrs Spencer Cape passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough
through the city the first of the week weekon weekon
on their way to San Francisco FranciscoMrs Franciscoif
if iffrs
Mrs frs David R Gray gave a luncheon luncheonat
at the Commercial club for Mrs Irs Philip
Garretson of Denver DenverMr DenverCOO
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Mr 11 and Mrs Richard A Keyes ex expect exPCit cxpeet ¬
pect to leave about the middle of the themonth themonth themonth
month for a trip through the north northwest northwost northwest ¬
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Miss lias Elsie Green a L former student studentof
of Rowland Hall and now a gradu graduate gmduate graduate ¬ II IIot
ate of Vasear will be in the corps of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that iiistitution during the opening openingyear openingyear
year yearMiss
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Miss Uss Ethel Young of Ogden is the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Salt Lake friends for a few
days daysMiss dIUsMiss
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Miss Eliza Dey entertained at a din dinner dinner dinnor ¬
ner at the Commercial club last even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing in compliment to the Misses Miss s Mary Maryand Maryand I
and Cary Marshall arshaJ who will leave leaveThursday leaveThursday
Thursday for Paris The guests were wereseated were3eated wereseated I
seated at the large round table In the theprivate theprIvate timeprivate
private dining room which was deco decorated decorated ¬
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rated with tho seasons flowers Th Thfriends The ThefrIends Thefriends
friends to meet the Misses Marshall Marshallwere Marshallware Iarshanwere
were Miss Marjorie Dey Miss Doro Dorothy Dorothy Dorothy ¬
thy Rooklidge Miss Aline McMillan McMillanMiss McMillanMlss MeMillanMiss
Miss Margaret argaret Walker Frank Knox KnoxEllsworth KnoxEllsworth KnoxEllsworth
Ellsworth Farnsworth Alfred Siegel SiegelMorton SiegelMorton SiegelMorton
Morton Cheesoman Clarence OlalenooSprague OlalenooSpragueTed Sprague SpragueTed SpragueTed
Ted Brown and Roger Powers PowersMrs PowerSit
4 0 it itlIrs 0Mrs
Mrs Hiram Gray and her two chil children children ehildren ¬
dren are here from Spokane visiting
Mrs Grays parents Mr and Mrs Irs John JohnStrlckley JohnStrlclrley JohnStrickley
Strlckley StrlckleyMiss
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Miss Jennie Glaser entertains this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon for Miss Uss Gertrude Circle Circlewho Chclewho Circlewho
who in the guest of Miss Helen Cohn Cohncc CohnG CohnThe
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The Misses Lizbeth < M r and Frances FrancesQuttltrough FrancesQuaJtrough FrancesQualtrough
Quttltrough are now in their new home homeat homeat homeat
at 3510 Seventh Se n b East street streetMiss streotI1
0 0Miss
Miss I1 s Elizabeth Fitzgerald is back backfrom backfrom backfront
from a summer Spent in Kimberly and andit andit andit
it at home with Mr and Mrs Irs Lawrence LawrenceGreen LawrenceGreen LawrenceGreen
Green GreenMrs Greenrs
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Mrs rs Emmanuel Kahn and her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Rita are back from a short shortstay shortstay shortstay
stay in Glemvood Springs and Manl ManlMrs ManlG Mauitou I
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Mrs Irs A B Sloan will entertain the thewomen thawomen thswomen
women of the garrison at a a bridge tea teaThursday tearhursday teaThursday
Thursday afternoon afternoonMr
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Mr 1 and Mrs E W Packard will HI go goto goto goto
to Portland early next week to remain remainsome remalnjome remainsome
some time at the fair fairMr fairIt
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Mr and Mrs rrs Don Carlos Roberts Robertswill RobertswHl Robertswill
will leave Saturday for Seattle where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they will make their home homeMiss homeH
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Miss H ls Louise Wheeler and her niece nieceMiss niecelIlss nieceMiss
Miss Margaret argaret Farnsworth are in San Santa Sante Santa ¬
ta Barbara where they will spend the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better part of the winter with < < < 111Farnsworth Mr IIrFarnsworth MrFarnsworth
Farnsworth and Miss Zelta Farns Farnsworth Farnsworth Fameworth ¬
worth worthDavid worthDavid
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David R Gray has returned from a atrip atrip atrip
trip of some two weeks duration durationthrough durationthJough durationthiough
through Yellowstone YellowstoneMiss YCUow8toneUs
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Miss Us Lola Maddison is here from fromChicago fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago where she has spent the past pasttwo pasttwo pasttwo
two years yearsMr ears
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Mr 11 and Mrs Irs J Baumgarten are arehomo arehomo arehome
homo from a stay of some time In Los LosAngeles LoaAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles and Catalina island islandx islandMiss
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I Miss Lorna Russell Russ n entertained a aparty aI aparty
party of her little friends yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdaMCternoon yesterdayafternoon
I afternoon at the Dwyer home on North NorthTemple NorthTemple NorthTemple
Temple street The hours were spent spentin spentI
I in games and merriment the following
being present Margaret McMillan McMillanFlorence 11cMilJanFlorence MeMillanFlorence
Florence Wells Martha Iarth Wells Goor Georgia Goorgla Gooriila ¬
gia Williams nUams Agnes Pitt Alice Pitt PittPrisciHa FlttPriscilla PittPriscilla
Priscilla Cartwright Amy Howe Ge Geneva Geneva Geneva ¬
neva Wright right Claudia McCuno Gladys GladysDean Glad GladysDean s sDean
Dean Prlscllla Jennings JenningsMiss J
101 0 0Miss II IIUIi8
Miss UIi8 Belle Parsons a former SaltLake Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake girl arrived yesterday afternoon afternoonand afternoonnnd afternoonand
and is a guest gUt st at the Sherman home homei homeMrs homeMrs
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Mrs Frank KImbalMs Kimball Is In Long LongBoach LongJ3Oftch Longi3oach
Boach Cal a guest gUe t of the Mohosy Mohosyfamily Melo Mehenyfamily y yfamll
family familyMrs famll
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Mrs 118 Ezra Thompson her son Lynn Lynnand Lnnand Lynnand
and daughter Norinne and the he two twosmall twosmall twosmall
small boys are homo from a season seasonapant sensonspont seasonspent
spent on the coast They returned by byway b bwa byway
way wa of Portland spending some 80m time timeat tImeat timeat
at the fair fairIr tallGIr
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Cur Ir and Mrs Irs Jules Mailloux who whohave whohave whohave
have bean guests at the home of Mrs MrsJulia 11rsJulia MrsJulia
Julia Alexander will leave today for forTexas torTexas forTexas
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Mr and Mrs W V D Dprossor Prossar are hom homefrom homtrom homfrom
from a visit with friends in Arkansas ArkansasMrs ArkansasMrs ArkansasMrs
Mrs Lucy Mitchell Is a guest at their theirhomo theirhomo theirhome
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our school suits make the inducement to buy here strong We guarantee our school schoolsuits schoolI schoolsuits
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Child on her way wa home from a sum summer summer ¬
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Sirs Irs Thomas jMarioneaux will en entortain ento1t8ln entort
tortain tort hm at a small luncheon at the theCountry theCountry theCountry
Country club today todayMrs todayit
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Mrs E F Root is home from a avisit afslt avisit
visit fslt of some weeks with friends In iiiEyanston InEvanston InEvanston
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The regular meeting of the Jewish JewishRelief JcwlshRenlet JewishRdhief
Relief society will he held hel tomorrow at atp ata
3 p m in the B B lodge room roomPhil roomPhn
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Phil Margetts and daughters Minnie Minnieand 11lnnleand Minnieand
and Lizzie have returned from a trip tripto tripto tripto
to Idaho Falls where they visited MXMargetts MX Mrtargetts 11 11Nargetts
Margetts daughter Mrs Mulhall MulhallMrs Mulhall11rs
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Mrs S R Bronne of Trinidad Colo Colois ColoIs Cob Cobis
is visiting her mother Mrs Eno and andher andhor andher
her sister Mrs A E Wallace of 703 703First 703FIrst 703First
First street for a few weeks weeksMiss weeksMiss
Miss Gratia Flanders FlandersHas FlandersHas
Has just returned from a three months monthsstay monthsstay monthsstay
stay in Chicago where she had the theopportunity theopportunity theopportunity
opportunity of enjoying a special specialteachers specialteachers specialteaclers
teachers course with th the noted mas master master matter ¬
ter Emil Liebling She has also spent spentmuch spentmuch spentmuch
much time in the music stores adding addinga
a large number of new compositions compositionsto
to her already extensive teaching rep repertoire repertolr repemtoire ¬
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Temple street will beopen Saturday
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