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THE SALT LAKE AI AJ LEHERALD HERALD TUESDAY f l SDAl SEPTEMBER 19 05 a
V 1 JEFFERY DUE DUEIN DUEI i iIN
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IN SALT SA1TLAKE SA1TLAKEWesteri LAKE LAKEWestern
Western Pacific President Will Hold HoldConference RoldConference HoldConference
Conference With Contractor ContractorWANT C ntractorWANT ntractoi ntractoiWANT
WANT FAST CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTIQNI CONSTRUCTIQNMANAGEM CONSTRUCTIONMANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTINMANAGEMENT
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MANAGEMENT MANAGEM ENT ANXIOUS ANXIOUSTOEE ANXIOUSTOEESALT TOSEE TOSEESALT rO EE EESAL
SALT SAL LAKE LAKE ENd ENI BUlLT BUlLTPresident BUILr BUILrt BUILrPresIdent BU1LrPrejdent
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President E T Jeffery of otthe the Wt WterR W jst jstern t tern
ern Pacific willbe in Salt Lake Lakethllii this thisweek thisWeek I Iw
week w ek While harajie h herhe 8 he will confer with withVice withVice withVlee
Vice President W V H Wuttis tt1s of the
Utah Construction company regarding
the construction of the line This will willactually willactually 111 111actually
actually begin burring unforeseen cir circumstances ellumstances cirUinstances ¬
cumstances before the end of the week weekprobably weekprobably weekprobably
probably Thursday or Friday
While nothing has been given out outconcerning outconcerning outconcerning
concerning President Jefferys visit it itmay itmay Itmay
may be stated and the Information Informationcomes Inforrntltloncomes infortnttton00m03
comes from good source iOurce4l that speed of ofconstruction ofConstruction I Iconstruction
construction will be the main topic topicThe topieTho topici topic1ho
i The company is anxious to get the Salt SaltLake 8IltLake saltLake
Lake end of the line through as soon soonas soonn3 i
as possible and plans to have It ready I
for operation so far as transportation transportationof I Iof
of supplies ia concerned by May next nextThe nextThe nextThe
The purpose of this speed is i to facil facilitate fad fadItate ¬
itate the construction of the Beckwith TBeckwithPass Beckwithass BeckwithPass
Pass ass tunnel and other heavy rock work workIn workIn workIn
In the mountains That will take moat moatof moatof mostof
of the time and the completion of the theroad theroad theroad
road up to it will facilitate handling handlingsupplies handlingsupplies handlingeupplies
supplies and heavy material materialFor materialFor materialFor
For those reasons the contractors contractorswill
will 111 place as large outfits as possible possibleon
on the ground and work as many men menas menlS mens
as s is consistent with making money on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their contracts contractsVirgil contratsVirgil contraetsVirgil
Virgil Bogue chief engineer of the theWestern theVestern theWestern
Western Pacific is aJ also o to be in Salt SaltLake SaltLako a1t a1tLake
Lake this week JMr Bogue and Presi President President ¬
dent Jeffery will consult here and dur during during ur uring ¬
ing their visit it is likely that some somedecision somedecision omedeeIslon
decision as to the roads entrance into intoSalt intoSalt intoSalt
Salt Lake will be made madeRAMSEY madeRAMSEY madeRAMSEY
RAMSEY STILL TALKING TALKINGWabash ThLKINGabash i iabash
Wabash abash President Busy Giving Anti AhtlGould Aiti AitiGould AntiGould
Gould Interviews InterviewsNew InterviewsNew InterviewsNew
New York Sept IS lSPresldent President Joseph JosephHamsey JosephRamsey JoeephItamsey
Ramsey jr of the Wabash Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompany Railroadcompany
company was at his desk de k in the Wabsh Wabash Wab Wabash
ash sh offices todtfy todtfyl toa
l am not backed by b any an array arra of ofstrong otstrong ofstrong
strong interests that are inimical to toWabash toabash toWabash
Wabash abash stockholders said Mr Ram Ramsey Rawsey ¬
I sey I am not going into this fight fightbacks fightbakfd fightbakd
backs d by anybody but Wabash Stocty stpclttI Stocloholders
holders I would rather not discuss discussthe discussthe
the Gould financing of the Wabash I Idont Idont Idont I
dont want to go into personalities and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when you discuss a mans finances you yousometimes yousometimes yousometimes
sometimes go into personalities personalitiesAsked personalitiesAsked personalitiesAsked
Asked what Wabash would do with without without without ¬
out the Little Kanawha he said saidThis saidThis saidThis
This is a broad country countr and a avail availroad rail railroad railruad ¬
road does not require so much roomso room roomso roomso
so that the Wabash is not confined to tothe tothe tothe
the one route It might mlghtbe lie a better and andless andl andless
less l ss expensive route but another un undoubtedly undoubtedly Undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly could be got gotYou gotYou gotYou
You know it was said that the t e Wa Wabash Wabash Wabash ¬
bash could never get into Pittsburg Pittsburgbut Pitt urg urgbut
but she got in all right And I guess guessshe guessshe guesssh
she sh can get out too tooGeorge tooGeorge tooGeorge
George Gould declined to say any anything anything anything ¬
thing about the tli struggle for control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Wabash WabashThe WabashThe VabashThe
The kindest thing that Ican I can do dosaid dosaid dosaid
said he to to tosay say nothing at all about aboutthis aboutthis
this affair affairN
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N P BUYS TERMINALS TERMINALSGets
Gets Big Tract North of Yards in inPortland inPortland inPortland
Portland PortlandPortland PortlandPortland PortlandPortland
Portland Ore Sept S pt 18 18FolIowlng ISFollowingon Following Followingon
on the heel of the publicity of thein theintention the thetntention in intention ¬
tention of the th Northern Pacific railroad railroadto
to build down the north bank of the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia river comes to light lI ht the fact factthat factthat factthat
that that company ha hail has during the past pastfew pailtfew pastlow
few months made purchases purcha 8 of proper property property property ¬
ty lying north of the Northern Pacific Pacificterminal Pacirleterminal Pacificterminal
terminal companys yards ald in this th1 city cityto eft eftto cityto
to the value of 1500000 1500000The 1500000The 1500000The
The deeds to this property which ia iasaid i8said i isaid
said to have been purchased through throughthe thrOuhthe throughthe
the agency of a prominent Portland Portlandbanker Portlandbanker Portlandbanker
banker have not yet et been recorded recordedThe recordedThe recordedThe
The property which amounts to about abouttwentyfive abouttwentyf1ve abouttwentyfive
twentyfive acres will it is understood understoodbe
be used for terminal yards round roundhouses roundbousts roundbouses ¬
houses and machine shops shopsEXCURSION shopsi shopsEXCURSION shopsEXCURSION
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EXCURSION TO OGDEN OGDENSept OGDENSept OGDENSept
Sept 20th 2OthVia 20thVia 20thVia
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Via Oregon Short Line with the Salt SaltLake SaltLako
Lako Opera company Round trip 100 100Special 100Special I ISpecIal
Special leaves Salt Lake at 6 p m re returning returning returning ¬
turning leaves Ogden immediately immediatelyafter Immediatelyatter immediatelyafter
after the opera operaMRS operaMRSGRE operaMRSGREENEWALD
MRS MRSGREENEWALD MRSGRE GREENEWALD WALD DIES DIESPioneer DIESioneer DIESpioneer
Pioneer ioneer Woman Passes Away After AfterFortyOne AfterFortyOne AfterFortyOne
FortyOne Years Residence Residencein
in Salt Lake LakeRich LakeRich LakeRich
Rich And Door alike mourned the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of Mrs Lena Greenewald yes yesterday yeterday yesterday ¬
terday Mrs Greenewald died dl d during duringthe durIngtIle duringthe
the morning from apoplexy She had hadbeen holbeen ha1been
been ill about two weeks weeksMrs weeksMrs weeksMrs
Mrs Greenewald was waS especially especiallyknown CiJpeoiallyknown espcfallyknown
known for her deeds of kindness Anactive An Anactive A Aactive
active woman in spite of her advanced advancedyears advandodyears advanodyears
years she was always helping some one onewhose onewhose oneivhoso
whose circumstances were unfortunate unfortunateWith unfortunateWith unfortunateWith
With Aaron Greenewald her husband husbandshe husbandshe husbandshe
she had lived in Salt Lake fortyone tortoneyears fortyoneyears i iyears I
years They would have celebrated eelebratedjtheir celebratedtheir celebratedtheir
their golden wedding anniversary next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year had she lived 1tedMrs livedMrs j jMrs
Mrs Greenewald was born In
Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬ I
many 78 years eara ago She came to Amer America Amerlea Aner1m ¬
lea in 1843 In Philadelphia she mar married marrIed marned ¬
ried Aaron Greenewald They The came camewest camevest camewest I
west together In the days of the pio pioneers pioneers piopeers ¬ I
neers and settled In Utah For two twoyears twoyears j jyears
years they lived in CorInne and then thenthey thenthey thenthey I
they came back to Salt Lake In this thiscity thiscity thiscity I
city Mr Greenewald was for a long longtime IonstIme longtime
time In the hotel business being pro proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬
prietor of the St James Eventually he heretired heretired heretired
retired retiredDeath retiredDeath retiredDeath
Death came to Mrs lrL Greenewald I ithe 1the Iihe
the family home at OK 0 East First South Soutnstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street Her eldest daughter Mrs MrsJacob MraJacob MrsJacob
Jacob Bamberger had returned only onlylast onl onlast onlyJast
last ast Saturday from an aneaatern eastern trip anA anAMrs anAMrs an anMrs
Mrs Joseph Oberndorfer her other othocdaughter oth othdaughter otherdaughter
daughter Is now on her way ay from Chi Chlcago Chic Cliicago <
cago c still unaware of her mother motherdeath motberdt motherideath
death dt th J A Greenewald of the Greene Greenewald Greenewald Groenewald
wald Furniture company is the only onlyson onlyson onlyeon
son sonTie Tie funeral will take tak place at It Itoclock 11oclock rtoclock
oclock Thursday morning mornln at the home
605 East First South treet Rabbi C CJ CJ CJ
J Freund will 111 conduct the services ilcrvtcesBurIol servicesBurial j jBurial
Burial will be In the Jewish cemetery cemeteryHealthy cemeterHealthy
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Mind MindHealthy i
Healthy 1 1Healthy I
Healthy Body BodyBoth I
Both brought about by byPOSTIM byPOSTUM byPOSTUM
POSTUM POSTUMFOOD
FOOD COFFEE COFFEETry
Try 10 days to prove
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PRUNES FLOOD FLOODLOCAL LOUDLOCAL
LOCAL LOCALMARKET LOCALMARKETCold MARKET MARKETCold MARKEt MARKEtCold
Cold Nights Put ut Finishing Touch on onTomato ono onTornato
Tomato o at Crop CropPEACH I
Jt JtPEACH 4PEACH
PEACH SUPRLY SUPHLYFALlS FALLS OFF OFFDEALERSrOFFER OFFOEALEtSqFFERV OFF OFFDEALERSqFFER
DEALERSrOFFER OEALEtSqFFERV VARIED ARI EP ASSOR ASSORMENTS ASS0RTMENTS SSORv
MENTS M ENTS PRSEASONABLE FS ASO BLE FISH FISHi FISHSeveri
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j to
i SevoraJ Soor J variettw vnrfet of t pVtjp vot1J108 lSpos < made thefr thefrappearance thefrappearance theirapeaflce
appearance yesterday tetda on jb She local mapr maprket a aliet
ket in n largo quantities qiantti The Th crop is now mnvat nu nuat nowat
at ita it lat t and andthedesf the rde dealers Jors wre are advising
their customers to make preserves pr etcs an1 an1Jelly
jelly before th tho frost comes It is ro roported rt rtported reported
ported that the cro crop in I ierather rather 1 ther light but butj
j the prunes rune exhibited yesterday were
terse in Biz a5fztI s1 The Th German and Italia ItalhtJl ItalhtJlprin ItahIs7iprunes
prunes prin sold for Jl 15 1 5 a bushel while tl tlcod t tije tijerench
llreneh rench VrtJlHI8 were quoted at 1
1 a
bu buihe busnI busnIThe
The 186t fe fev cold ni nights Shi hta have lave put an annmes 111
end
10 the tOIOkto croli The deah dealcrt Io eX
pect to lteiv ZUjv5 = a few bUlihel1j nmes tuht oay ou Out t
they say 1141 MK > vegetable VfM tJtble will be offtrtfl
for only a few tV dujs more The wuauiw wuauiwThe
Hi too cokl 10 111 ri n them and at trl1t
many snen tuUlUotts have been lIruUgnt
In 101 Utwerts The supply of
IIIUP peacnes peacnesnow
ha
II SLMJ talltsl oft considerably during
the lat w week k Late ontnge peaches are
now ripe ril but
the dealers say there are
Rot ot many to be had winter Inter apples and andSouJar andMJit1ti antipours
SouJar pours ure rJPe ripening S but so far not many man
bushels bu hebi have been on the market
Fish dealocs dellle fS had a variety of stock vtt
hand yestai 3e5textgj ay Barrels > of salted flan flanare thinare fieftare
are coming eomln Ji J and the dealers are alsr alsrmon algrlecehhlK al
receiving uge supplies of smoked sal salmon satwon
mon Fresh j herring were on the market marketyesterday marketYeliJterday marketyesterdsy
yesterday for the first time in months monthsand monthsand monthsand
and sold for 15 cents a pound The poul ¬
try tr market mar et is I now supplied with the
Utah iHodupt I and the dealers have sus su suptmde
penued pendedtlieft thefr shipments from the east1 east eastA
A DAY OF FGlO OPENINGS OPENINGSThousands ENINGS ENINGSThousands
Thousands of Women Turn Out t tVlew to toView
View the th Beauties of Fall Mil Millinery Millin MuIin ¬
linery lineryThere lin ry ryThere ryI
I There was an outburst outbu t of millinery
yesterday yesterdayThat yeaterdayIhat yesterdayFlint
That the different dlffet nt stores held their theiropenings theiropenlnss theiropenings
openings on the same day was merely
a coincidence coincidenceHowever coincidenceHowecr coincldenceHowever
However it proved advantageous
More Interest In erest was aroused more wo women women women ¬
men turned turte out outAnd outAnd outAnd
And Xo io o it transpired that Monday ronda rondawas
was a agreat agreat great day da the streets were filled filledwith filledwith filledwith
with hurrying happyhearted feminini ¬
ty t the stores thronged
Women were in ecstasy smiling pal palaverhig palaverig
averhig and indulging In a profusion of ofadjectives ofadjectives
adjectives adjectivesIt
J It was wa a succession of dreams a aseries aseries aseries
series of f masterpieces ft1 a maze of ofcreations ofcrootlons ofcreations
creations unfolding their splendor to
delighted eyes eyesWreathed eesWreathed eyesWreathed
Wreathed in smiles and giving vent
to expressions exprc8l lons of enthusiasm women
toyed with pattern hats trying on this thisaijd thisard thisapt
aijd apt that example e all the while linger ¬
ing in the presence of their mirrored mirroredretlection mirroredlctlecllon mirroredretlection
retlection retlectionIt
It was the model husband who braved
the bewilderments of fall fashions and andaccompanied andaccompanied nd ndacompanled
accompanied his wife on the rounds
At last they the were at KeithOBriens KeithOBrienswhere KelthO KalthOBrienswhere rlens =
where here millinery Y reigns supreme His Hiswife Hiswire Hiswife
wife was radiant he was as wo woebcgon woqbegontills begone
His wife saw visions of loveliness with
hands dug deeply into his trouser trouserpockets trouserpockets trouserpockets
pockets he foresaw inevitable panic panicgetting panicgetting panicgetting
getting ready to swoop down upon the theunprepared theunprepared theunprepared
unprepared She dallied with the new newest newest neweat
est conceptions he failed utterly to toarouse toarouse toarouse
arouse himself to an n appreciation of tho thoglories th thglorIes
glories gloll of a successful ucce rul millinery open ¬
ing ingGreatest
Greatest interest centered at this thisstore thisstore thisstore
store Through its doors the people peoplewent peopleent peopleent
went ent and came until the numbers numbersreached numberreached numbersreached
reached into the thousands The store storewas storeas storewas
was as inviting The millinery depart department departmeat
ment was wa exquisitely e decorated in inpalms inalms inpalms
palms and the turning leaves leav of au autumn auturn
tumn turn The hats were enchantingly dls displayed dlsnlaed dlsilayed ¬
played the whole affording a picture of ofexceeding ot otexceeding
exceeding 6 < beauty beaut There were hats
from Paris from New York and mar marvels marvels marvels ¬
vels from its own workrooms workroomshats workroomshatsgal hats hatsgalora
galora galoraAUTUMN gal gaor gaorAUTUMN 0 1 1AUTU
AUTUMN AUTU M N EXCURSIONS EXCU RSIONS TO LAS LASVEGAS LASVEGAS LASVEGAS
VEGAS VEGASAutumn VEGASA1tumn VEGASAptumn
Autumn is the ideal weather at Las LasVegas LasVeSaiI iasVegas
Vegas Nevada the town on the Salt SaltLake SaltLako SaltLako
Lako Route and in response to a de demand demand lemand ¬
mand special excursion rates have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been put into effect on various dates datesup datesup dateslip
up to October 29th for the low round roundtrip roundtrip roundtrIp
trip rate of 53080 300 In addition 10 to the theinterest theinterest theinterest
interest surrounding this new and andthriving anllthriving andthriving
thriving town it should be remem remembered rcmembered rowenabered ¬
bered that it is the gateway to the thefamous thefamous tlefamous
famous gold fields Ids of Neveada NeveadaSee NeveadnSeo NeveadaSee
See any agent of the San Pedro Los LosAngeles LosAneleii LosAngeles
Angeles Salt Lake Lal < e Railroad who whowill whom whowill
will m be glad to ticket tlcl < et you or call at atNo atNo atNo
No 17 W Second South street Both Bothphones Bothphones Bothphones
phones 1986 Salt Lake City Utah UtahARMY UtahARMY UtahS UtahARMY
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ARMY NEEDS MORE MONEY MONEYSpecial MONEYSpecial MONEYSpecial
Special Financial Agent of Salvation Salvationists Salvationists Salvationists ¬
ists Here to Straighten StraightenOut
Out Tangle TangleAdjutant TangleAdjutant TangleAdjutant
Adjutant J V Andrews AndrewsrereHUUn AndrewsrereHUUnCommlH representing
Commissioner CommlH loner Kelby Of the Salvation Salvationrm SalvationArmy
Army rm is here from Chicago for the pur purpose purpose ¬
pose of solving certain financial prob problems problemli probhems ¬
hems of the local al corps One of these Is Istile Islite Isthe
tile Workinsniens hotel on Plum alley alleywhich alle allewhich alleywhich
which It appears is still iOtlUun unpaid ald for Tho Thooriginal ThoorI Thuoriginal
original orI nal cost was placed at 1000 The Thefinancial Thefinancial i innanclal
financial agent places nearly this amount amountJiS
as the balance due Utah creditors creditorsAjutant credltofliAjutatnt creditorsAjutant
Ajutant Andrews Is endeavoring to en enlist Nl1I11t enlist
list the countys aid and yesterday e terda recited recitedthe recitedthe
the facts In the case U W > c 1unty unty Commits Commitssioner Commliisloner Commiastoner
stoner John W Maokay The he latter latterlearned llttterlean latterlearned
learned lean td that Staff Cantata Ca fn J F Dale Dalewho Dalewho Dalewho
who b now In the east In the interests interestsof
of the Salvation Sal tlon Army rm and of the Suit SuitLake SitULake SaltLake
Lake Real Betate etate association had ob obtained obtained ohtamed ¬
tained about iMft 1 for building the hotel
Thia sum hft has all been expended expendedThe expendedThe expendedThe
The financial tlnan ilif1 agent yesterday ought IIOUghtto oughtto
to secure U 00 from the county COUl1t commis commissioners C coanmisatoners mmls ¬
sioners but was told this loan could not notbe notb
be b made A similar ruling has been n made madeby madeby
by the city attorney following an appeal appealmade appealmade j
made to the cty c council councilMRS eouneUI councilMRS
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MRS MARTHA ROYLE KING KINGMra KINGMrs I
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Mrs Irjl MlrU > uJartha IarU > a Roylj Ro l KJng is now in
New York City supplementing her for former forisier ¬
mer WIer training there under the best mae ¬ i
ters rs and experts in vocal culture by b a a4tudy aud atidy
4tudy ud tidy of the latest and best methods of ofuUivRtingr of4uitivating
uUivRtingr the voice She expects to toreturn totCtUrn I
return and be In her studio in the Com Commercial Cornnieretal ¬
mercial Club building buildln on Monday Ionda Oct
2 where here she will 1I1 be pleased to see her herftupite heriapfts
ftupite PI18 and any ny others who desire her herservices herervices
services servicesT Ice Icealt
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T RETA MKAHN M KAHN DIES DIESSalt DIESSalt
ryJ ryJHer I
Salt alt Lake Girl 1 Fails I to L Long Survive SurviveHer SurviveHer
Her Father FatherMis j I IMI IMiss
Miss Beta M Kahn daughter da ghter of the
late Bmanuel Kahn died yesterday morn
M Iaft at t the L 1 D S hospital after aft r an on ontiratioit op
tiratioit fer appendicitis She was wa wen
known I l nowlt in Salt Lake City where she hud hudent laudent
qent ent her life She was 10 years of age
Her I r father died last spring and she wn wnoalled was wassailed
sailed lied away Just before her graduation
from the local 10 ld < High school to bo with
him during hi his Ut illness The date fur furUte furtje
Up funeral has not been announced announcedFORT alUl0Unedit uzwouneedFORT
it itFORT
FORT DOUGLAS NOTES NOTESFirst NOTESl NOTESFIrst
First l lNJt lieutenant I eutenant Paul C Galleher
Twentyninth infantry who has been beengtationed
gtationed Ht t Port ort Duche uehNnl no Utah sinct sinctUie KhH KhHQle
the Qle regiment returned from the Philip Philinplrew Philiphiirt14
plrew arrived 1t t the po po post t yesterday c tertlny for torPlrst forJeranltnen1 forpermanent
permanent station stationFirst ta don donlitrst
First Lieutenant A B Sloan Twenty Twent Twentll1th Twentiiith
ipnth infttatry who is I on twenty days
leave of ftbranca aben e arrived at the post ye yew yel yelIrday
Irday rllftr Mrs trs Sloan lies been st staying ylng II i1j
iart ort PutthtM sad wilt MQComIHUt J1Im 011 I
his la w return t4 to to4ort ort Dueliwne
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GOUNQIL COUNCIjLSTANDS COUNCIjLSTANDSWITH STAPS STAPSWITH I IWITH
WITH WITH BYWATER BYWATERVotes BVWAirER BVWAirERI BVWAirERVotes I
Votes to Endorse Discharge of Fire liremen Firemen Firemen
men Who Fought FoughtLONG FoughtLONG
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LONG SCRAP SO RAP OVER ISSUE ISSUEGAS ISSUEGA SSUEGAS
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GAS GAS GA FRANCHISE IS PASSED P SSED INAMENDEQfOR IN INAMENDED INAMENDEDFOfld
AMENDED AMENDEQfOR AMENDEDFOfld FORM FORMAfter 1 1 1After I IAfter
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After a desperate fight to save the th po po31tf0ia positters
1 sitters of Captain John Stab and Fire Fireman Fireman Flrcmen
man charles J Gulbrans = itn n particularly particularlyChilbransen particularlyOlbransen I IGulbraWan
Chilbransen Councilman F S Fernstrom Fernstromwent Fernstroment Fernstromicent
went ent down to defeat at the council meet meetIng1 meelI meetlag
lag I last night and the two men who whoengaged whoergegod ho hoQed
engaged Qed in a fight at fir fire headquarters headquarterson I II Ion
on 9 Se Sept yt t 1 are out of the department departmentI I II Imlcss
i I I unless Pernatrom swcceed in securing t t1r1ng u nI areversal
j I I reversal venml of CJf lust ttt nfphts aytion K > Uythlcl1 Tyhich is isnot i3I IaI
I not probable The matter nu tte2m tame eanuI up m mthe i ithe I II
I the term of a ooRintunicauou OOUnUftl Uoll trom iflro iflroChief 1i10hlet elioI
I I Chief hlet W v H Bywater ywllttr wnu ufurmcd Hie Hieixiunuil lllewunuil theI
I ixiunuil that he hud remotu r mut t the two twoHum hoI twoinun
I Hum for the rea reaamft 0ft given 1 he question questionj IUe tlQn tlQnI
i had been lice Uioruuglii tlaoruuli iti tfl dpeueseu cu u scu > in com cominuteo comI corniritteo
I inuteo meeting ucunetday h a lrtln lty mgnt and the thelr
I committee lr mmlllc usrted wt < t that Uine 1 Un that the thechet thechCl
I chet him done lilt nni ihig Uhen Uhenuie hen
IUle t ute matter cuintj up last nlgat however howeverMartin
I Martin tazuzi moved that it ttv referred r ned to tht thtcommittee thtcomUl thecomnuttee
committee comUl ttee on fjre qIe lie department for further furtherI
I investigation The motion was lost 8 to toof toI
I b I A J DaYla then moved that the ctlon uctionI ctlonI
I of the chief be confirmed confirmedFcrnetrom cOlI1ilmuJrnt1trom cantlrmedI
I I Fcrnetrom favored reference and re reviewed reYl reI ¬
I viewed Yl wed the history of the fight saying sayingonly salngt sayingoral
only oral one aide Ii e h hltu u be been n heard and that thatif thlltIt
t t if full information were supplied the af affair affair afI ¬
I fair would bear a different look He Hepronounced HeJ Henronounced
J I pronounced it the most m t sad proposition propositionto
I to him that had come before the council councilfor counciltor
I for man He Gui
many years > referred to
I bransens crippled condition due to in injuries ¬
juries JurlesreceJved received while In the employ of ofthecity ofthe
thecity the cit city In the course of his r remarks rsmutrkaF9rnstrom remarksI nmrkB nmrkBFarnstrom
I Farnstrom said GulD GulDmiiscn ansen was fill a good goodfriend goodfriend goodI
I friend to former Cnlcf < utcf Devinv and cx expressed ¬
pressed a belief that the friundBliip had hadmade hudmn
made mn e the man unpopular withthe with Ute pres present present prosent ¬
ent fire department udjpinlstratipn udguinietrationTuddelihiam n
Tuddehham HHrtenstein n Neuhautien Neuhautienand
ard others resented rto ntod the insinimtioniagainst in insinuationagainst insinuation slnuati01l1ingalnst
against Chief By Bywater water and demanded demandedthat demandedthat I Ithat
that the chief be given an opportunity opportunityto i
to be heard The chair told Fernstrora Fernstrorato
to confine himself to the subject subjectOther aUbjectOther subjectOther I
Other Jobs to Be Had HadA
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A faw r moments later Fernetrom re referred 1 1ferred referred > ¬
ferred pathetically to Gulbrunsens loss lossof I Iof Iof
of a job jobThere jobihere jobThere
There are other jobs > in the city aren arent arentthere arentthere t tthere
there inquired A J Davis DavisIs
Is he going to get any of them themasked themasked themasked
asked Fernstrom FernstromNot FernstromNot FernstromNot
Not if you keep on speaking for him himsaid himsaid himsaid
said Tuddenham to Fernstrom FernstromNow FernstromuNow FernatromNow
Now I will say sa Brother Tuddenham TuddenhamMr
Mr Tuddenham I call him hard hardhearted hardhearted hardhearted ¬
hearted Fernstrom began In reply but butthe butthe hutthe
the remainder of the sentence was lost lostin lostIn lostin
in the confusion Farnstrom closed with withan withan withan
an appeal for Gulbransen GulbransenWood GulbransenVood GulbrantuenWood
Wood moved that the matter be referred referredto
to committee of the whole to meet on onWednesday 011Vednesda onWednesday
Wednesday Vednesda night nightTuddenham nightTuddenham nightTuddenham
Tuddenham again insisted that Bywater Bywaterbe Bwaterbe
be heard Fernstrom tried to cut in ana anaTuddenham anITuddonham
Tuddenham who sits next to Fernstrom Fernstromwhirled lernstromwhirled Fernstrornwhirled
whirled about in a towering rage and andshaking andshaking guadshaking
shaking his hand at Fernstrom lr rnstrom cried criedNow crltdNow criedNow
Now you let me alone Ive got the thepWt thefloor I Ifloor
floor now nowctiit
f pWt ctiit R lask I as ask you ou a a question qu stlonr Inquired InquiredNo lnlulredFerztstbim n lred lredNo
1 Ferztstbim FerztstbimNo
No you cant said Tuddenham say sayagely sa sagely I Igely
gely Ive heard enough from you youFernstrom ou ouliernstrom I IFernatrom
Fernstrom seizedVB 5clzed S first opportunity opportunityto
to insist that he h would object to By Bywatar ByI Bywattir
I watar being heard unless s th other men mtnhad innhad
had a chance to tell their story tltur storyA I
A J Davis said he moved tq to confirm confirmthe confirmchrets confirmthe
the chiefs action r in i the jnterest of good goodiovernnW goodegovernniont o lll
iovernnW egovernniont l overn nt H r p 1JKld ld a handsome trih trihMtfc I Iate
ate ut to Chief Chic Bywater B water ittid Said he did not notbelieve notlJeJleve notIjehleve
believe lJeJleve the chief would make a recom recomniendation rcommendatlon recomzuendatlon
niendation that was not in the interest interestof
of f the department and with full know knowledge knowIor knowedge ¬
edge of What had taken place pl ce He fa favored faored fityored ¬
vored ored dismissing the two men menHobday incaS
9 S Hobday who like UI < c A J 7 Davis opposed opposedJsywaters orpo opposedwaters c 1 1yvaiers
Jsywaters yvaiers waters appointment in the first fI t place placelso pIacl1Iso p1acalsO
alsO Iso paid a tribute trl ute to the chief chiefS 8 chat cliarI character
I ficter and nd abilities abilitiesWood abilitiesVood
Vood then withdrew his hl motion to refer referto referI I II
to the committee of the he whole and Mar Martin MarI ¬ I Iti
I I ti tin again brought up his motion to refer referto r referto fer
to the fire committee with instructions instructionsto
to report next Monday night It was lost lostFernBtrom lostI lostI
i and anllHewlett andI
FernBtrom Hobday Martin MartinHewlett Preece
I I I Hewlett voting otin for it and Black being beingAOIj beingI beingabsent
i a absent A AOIj nJ 3 Davis then called up his motion motionI
I to canhrm confirm the chiefs action which w leh car carried carried carJ ¬
I J ried by the following vote AyesBarnes AyesBarnesA
I A J D Davis vi8 E H T Davis > avs D Dwan an Harten Hartenstein Hrtenstein Hartenstein
Preece Tud Tuddenbam Tuddenb Tuddenhm
stein Martin artiR Neuhauaen Neuhau en
denbam denb m Wells Hewlett Fernstrom13 Fernstrom13nys Iern Fernatromiuys11obdayi trom13 trom13Y8Hob
nys uys11obdayi Y8Hob Hobday a I absent and nd not voting votingBlack votlngBlackI votingBlacki
Black BlackI BlackIFernstrom BlackiFernatrom 1 1Fernstrom
Fernstrom changed his vote to aye after aftervoting aftervoUnt aftervoting
voting no and later moved a reconsldera reconslderaThere reconlderatlcm
than tlcmThere There appeared appel1r l to be no disposition dlflpo IUon to towork towork towork
I IicIly
work ii hardship e Oh 1t Gwlbranaen Gubran en eap eapially ea ealulb cepSe
icIly Sevej Seveini al membira memb4 s who voted to con confirm oonfirm confirm ¬
firm the chiefs action said ld they did it in inthe inthe Inthe
the interest of discipline dl hllne in the depart department department departwent ¬
ment It Is not unlikely that another anotherplace anotherplace anotherplace
place in the employ YQJ Qf J the city ctt will be befound befound befound
found for Gulbransw GulbranswHeat GulbrMnlHeat GulbranssiHeat
Heat for Library UibraryMayor Librarylhtor LibraryMayor
Mayor Morris Iorrl rftcoininondod that the ro request roquclit roquest ¬
quest of the fre tree public library board that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th city py out of the general fund the thecost thecost thecost
cost of heating the library this winter wlnt r be begranted begranted e etranted
granted The communication was referred referredto
to the committee on finance and library libraryA nbrar nbrarA i iA
A petirion from A E 1 Carr asking that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the city clt place cement pm > nt steps in front of ofhis ofI ofhis
his premises at 215 21 Center street was > vas as re referred I Iferred
ferred to the committee on O streets with withower withpower
I power ower to act after Neuh Npuhau Neuhatleen us en n and Fern I Istrom Istrom
strom had highly entertained the eoun eounell eouuell I IelI
ell and the gallery with a dialectic de debate 11tltle dchate ¬
bate as to the engineering and le iedai al allearning I Ilearnlnt Ilearning
learning each other otherElizabeth otherElizabeth i iElizabeth
Elizabeth Geoghegan and others oth r peti petitioned ¬ I Itlonod I Itionod
tioned to have Canyon boulevard from fromFirst from111rst fromFirst
First North to Second North paved with withasphalt i Iasphalt
asphalt covered macadam J11caan thirty fee feewide feet I I Iwide
wide It was referred to the city Ity Miglneer MiglneerThe
The council voted to install at a cost costnot ost ostnot
not to exceed 190 a standard stand ard fire alarm alarmbox alarmbox
box at the Oregon Short Lines L es pussenser pussenserstation pAIIsen pjtjsengerstation er erstation
station to connect the companys fire firealarm firealarm
alarm system with the city system systemCity 8y8t > 01
City Engineer George Goo e W Riter pre presented
sented his nlans for storm sewers as re rcctntl recentiy
cently ctntl outlined In 11 Th The Herald H rad On mo triotion
tlon of Preece the engineer was directed directedto I
to furnish specifications covering the ter territory territory ¬ I Irltory
ritory from Main to Second < West streets streetsand trects treetaand
and the remaining portions rtlons of the plan planwent
went to the committee on streets streetsOn str streetsOn ts tsOn
On recommendation n of th the < committee on onstreets onstreets onstreets
streets the engineer en ll1 er was directed lUre < tod to Itn Itnprove anprove n j jprove
prove the plan for a turnout in addition additionto
to the r raIn aln track of the Salt Lake LakeOgden L ke keO
Ogden O den Railway company on Market Marketstreet Marketstreet Iarketstreet
street The plans Ians must be changed so an anto asto
to afford clear nassnice Ua81111 f way wa for teams on onbo onboth
bo both h Mg I es of the stet stetThe rtretThe toetThe
The committee on streets reporting on onthe onthe
the protest of M tt T M 1 t ONeil Xt > iI and sn ft others t < r ragainst rM
against a inst the San Pedro Los Angeles A1 eh iS Salt SaltLake SflIlJAke
Lake Railroad company runnliis ruumiuu tracks tracksthrousrh trak1hroulth
through the playground of the Uintali Uintalischool Lintalischool It ItNChooI
school stated that t at the Hty Pit attorney held heldIt heldIt heldIt
It was a matter for the courts to set settle s + t ¬
tie and therefore recommended thnt the theprotests
protests be filed The report was Ulil adopted adoptedCovered adoptedCovered adoptedCovered
Covered Patrol Ordered OrderedMartin OrderedIartin OrderedMartin
Martin submitted a minority police and andprisons uudprisons andprisons
prisons committee report against the thepurchase thepurchnse thepurchase
purchase of o a covered coverQ l patrol wagon on onthe onthe onthe
the ground that citizens were entitled entitledto
to know whom of their friends had been beentaken bef beentaken > n ntakon
taken in and that a covered wagon would woulddeprive woulddeprive woulddeprive
deprive citizens of much good sport He Hecontended Hecontended Hecontended
contended therefore that the covered coveredwagon coerdwa coveredwagon
wagon wa on would be against public policy and andpublic andpubhicamusement i ipublIc
public pubhicamusement amusement Martin made a serl son sonQenuine i I iI
Genuine S SCarters I ICarters
Carters Little Liver Pills PillsMust PillsMust I IMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSEE of5El ofFAOSIMILZ
SEE FAOSIMILB F WRAPPER BELOW BELOWTery DELOWVer BELOWVery
Very small and as easy easyto csasyto easyto
to take as gar sagarFOft sagerr I ICARJ
r tIT0XHACRE FOft HEADACHE HEADACHEi NEA ACHE
I CARJ CARTLRIroR ERS i FOR DIZZINESS DIZZINESSITTLE DIUIHESITnE DIUIME51TTLE I
ITTLE lyoN FOB HUOUSMESS HUOUSMESSIVFR 1IL1OUSESIIVER UOUSIESSI
IVFR I IF0T0RPJDLlVE IF0T0RPJDLlVEP1113 FOR TORPID LIVER LIVERPIIL LIVERPI
ri PI P1113 PIIL LLS I FOR CONSTIPATION CDNSTIPATIONfOA
IFOALLOWKJN fOA SALLOW KIN KINFaa
iroft FOHTHECOMPIEXIDH Faa THE COMPLEXION CDMrlEXIDJII
p I OJUfWnlu keSisAvit y c
25 CItl1s cadsIPIr917Teftaie4sc3e I P1InlTTtfttUIe
ous argument In support of his minority I Irepor
report Hartcnsteln Harten teln spoke spol e fpr f ir r the ma maJority maJority i
Jority report which Welf carried hn appropri appropriation appropriiattan appropriation ¬
ation for a new team as well und whlc1 w le lewas
I was adopted with Martin and Hobday m ill1
the negative and Black absent absentGas absentGas absentGas
Gas Franchise passecLAgafn passecLAgafnThe
The franchise ordinance granting the th
Citizens Heating Power eom company ay a afifty a afifty I Itift
fifty tift years ears franchise as lynendou lWI n oo cam camIn ctmff ctmffiii IJ < I IIn
In with a favorable report from ttiecqmt ttiecqmtmlttee the CQm CQminittee
mlttee on laws and was passed unani unanimously unaftklmousl unantnnously ¬
mously mousl under suspension of the rules rulesAn roi9sAn
An ordinance by b Councilman WOOQ O1 P Pvldlng priding I Ivldlng
vldlng for the paving of both sides sidesEirst sidesIJrst sidesBlrst
Eirst S South outh street between West Temf Temfpie Tem TempIe Ternpie
pie and Third West streets stre ts was unanK unanKmoualy unao unaomoualy unanbmously
moualy passed under suspension of the therules th thrules therules
rules The cost is estimated at tllW tllWper tH tHper ll llper
per front foot footTo footTo i
To Take in More Territory TerritoryA 1
A resolution r solutlo by Fornstrom providing for forthe forthe I
the iinnexation nJJn xatlon to the city of the tern
tors bounded by Tenth South Eleventh EleventhSouth EleventhSouth
South 6 tate and andFUth Fifth Bust E usl streets was wasjKissed WIlSIased wua1055CC
jKissed by b unanimous vote The annexAr annexArtfqn anl1exatf annexathou
thou tf n wilj not be b accompHshefl i until an anordlnfinao anordlm anordinttnto
ordlnfinao ordlm nto drafted by b the cHv attorney 8Uo ey
and accompanied by a plat by b tho city cityengineer cityengineer lt ltensineer
engineer has been formally introduc Introduced d and andpassed nnilpassed andpassed
passed
An ordinance by Wood granting the theOregon
Oregon Short Line in permission to con construct con8tr1l0t conStrulet ¬
struct a spur track from a point 187 feet feetsoutW feetsoutbf feetsouth
south of f FJfth South on its main lineto linetothe line to tothe tothe
the yard ard of the Burton Coal Lumbar Lumbarcompany
company in lot 4 block 30 plat A Aiwas 1
was W onssed unanimously under suspon susponsion susponslon suapension
sion el he rules rulesPORTLAND rulesPORTLAND
PORTLAND PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia XCURSIONS XCURSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt LineSalt LineSalt
Salt Lake to Portland and return returndirect returndlrecO returndlrect
direct 3156 3156Salt 31 3150Salt C CSalt
Salt Lake Lal < o to Portland and return returnone Ietmnolle returnnile
one way via ia San Francisco FranciscoSalt 42 4JO 4JOSalt > 0 0Salt
Salt Lake Ial e to Portland and return returnone retunlone returnOne
one way via Los Angeles AngelesTicketr 50io 50ioTicket
Ticket TlcI < cl to Portland and return di dircct
rcct recto on sale ale dallyi daIl from May 24 to Sept I
I 130 30 Inclusive Tickets reading one way wayv Ya
v Ia a San Francisco or Los Angelec QP orsale opsale
sale August 30 31 and September 1 2
3 4 5 6 13 14 15 27 7 28 29 All tickets ticketsgood tJcketgood ticketsgood
good for stopovers See agents for fur further fUrther furtiter ¬
ther particulars City Ticket Office
201 Main street streetModern streetModern
Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyleCo DoyleCo
Co 211 State street str et Phone 162 162CANE 162CANE
9 9CANE
CANE FOR JOSH JOSHBirthday jOSHBirthday JOSHBirthday
Birthday Gift Presented Veteran VeteranPostoffice VeteranPostoffice VeteranPostoffice
Postoffice Employe by Mates MatesA
A goldmounted cane was presented presentedyesterday presentedesterda presentedyesterday
yesterday esterda to L A Billings better betterknown betterknown betterknown
known as Josh who has been em employed ¬
ployed at the Salt Lake postofiice for forthirtynine forthhtnlne forthirtynine
thirtynine years The gift was from fromhis fromIlls fromhits
his mates in the mailing department departmentthe
the occasion being his seventieth birth birthday blrthda birthday ¬
day da The present came as a complete completesurprise completesurprIse completesurprise
surprise to Mr Billings Edgar Reeves Reevesmade Reevesmade Reevesmade
made the presentation The cane is of ofebony ofebonY ofebony
ebony and the gold cap bears the in inscription inscrIption inscription ¬
scription Josh from Mailing Depart Department Department Departwent ¬
ment Sept 18 1905 1905Mr 1905Ir 1905Mr
Mr Ir Billings has been in the employ employof I
of the government for fortyfive years yearsHe yearsHe yearsHo
He came here from California in the theearly theearly I
early sixties About four years ago Mr MrBillings MrBillings I
Billings sustained an injury to his leg legin legan legin
in an elevator accident consequently consequentlythe
the he gift was particularly esteemed esteemedPiles esteemedPiles esteemedPiles
Piles Piles Quiddy QuiddyCured Quickly QuicklyCured QuicklyCured
Cured at Home HomeInstant Uomej UomejInstant orne orneInstant
i
Instant Relief Permanent Cure CureTrial j
Trial ackage Mailed Free to All Allin Allin j
in Plain Wrapper WrappPiles WrapperPiles t tPilca
Piles is a fearful disease but easy to tocure tocure tocure
cure If you ou go at it right rightAn rightAn rightAn
An operation with the knife is danger dangerous I Ious
ous cruel humiliating and unnecessary uln1 uuanecosryere ct > sl8ry sl8ryere
ere is just one other sure way to be becured btcuredpalnlCStio becuredpainless
cured curedpalnlCStio painless safe and in the privacy privacyof priaeof
of your own homo homeIt U Is Pyramid P1J P1JCure JJ JJCure 1JJ 1JJCutc
Cure CureWe We Vc mall m ll a trial packagefree package free to all who whowrite whowrltc whowrite
write writeIt
It will give you ou instant relief show you youthe youthe youthe
the harmless painless nature of this great greatremedy sreatremed greatremedy
remedy remed and start you well on the way Va to toward toivard ¬
ward a perfect cure cureThen
Then you can get a fullsized fun Ized box from fromany
any druggist for or 50 cents and often one ontbox onebox onebox
box cures curesIf curesIf curesIf
If the druggist tries to sell H you gome gomething omtthing sonaething
thing just as good it is because he make makemore makmore makesntore
more money on the substitute substituteInsist aubfltltuteInsist substituteInsist
Insist on having what you call for forThe forrhe forThe
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rapidly until It ia complete and perma permanent permantmt permitneat ¬
neat nentYou ntmtYou neatYou
You can go o right ahead with your work workand workand I Iand
and lie easy and comfortable all the time timeIt timeIt
It Is well worth trying tryingJuet trin trinJUilt tryingJust
Just send your n name me and address to toPyramid tlPnamld t tPyramid
Pyramid Drug Dru Co 3859 Pyramid building buildingMarshall buildingMarshall
Marshall Mich lIiJl and receive re eive free by y mall mailthe
the trial package In a plain wrapper wrapperluousands wrapptriliousands wrapperliousands
luousands have h c been beencured cured in thJ thin easy easypainless easypainICBII easypaInless
painless and Inexpensive Inex n8ive way wa In the pri privacy prlYa privaqy ¬
vacy Ya of the home homeNo homeNo homeNo
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No N doctor and his bills billsAH billsAn bilisAU
AH dru drulr druaglets its ts 50 cents Writs today tod y for fora or ora
a free package packageHEALTHY packageHEALTHY packageHEALTHY
HEALTHY PLANTS PLANTSRequire PLAXTSReflUlrc PLANTSReijuire
Require the tll Most tott Careful Attention as asWell asVeil asVeiI
Well as Good Soil SoilDid SoliDid SoilDid
Did you ever see a rosebush ro which whichdespite whlchdp whichdepJte
despite dp > pte the most beneficent environment environmenti envlronm nt
of soil oilOf > of sunshine sunshineanrt and of atmosphetv atmo atmospherseemed llwr llwrmetl
seemed metl never to achieve a healthy healthygrowth
growth growthA
A ton of manure will not help a plant plantthat plantthat planttlWtt
that has a canker an er eatlns eatln out Its heart heartYou h heartYou > art
You inu inut t destroy the cause before you youcan youCa OU
can cs n 1 remove the effect effectYou effectYou effectYou
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ness tRS by rubbing on hair lotions and rub rubbins ru rubbluig
bins bln i In vaseline ct ctYou etc etcYou etcYou
You must look to the cause of tli tlitrouble thtroubleits the thetroubleits
trouble troubleits its a germ at the roots of your yourhnir yourhaIr our ourhltlr
haIr which causes it to fall out ontNewhros outNewhros
Newhros Hnrptclde destroys the germ germMid germnll germinI
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record of the cook cookALWAYS cookHUSLERS
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terial term Therefore lher > forc we guarantee our ourwork ourwork ourwork
work to be satisfactory Eyes test tested tUitd tested ¬
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TOO foo MUCH MOTHERINLAW MOTHERINLAWSAYS SMS SA YS MAN MANIN MANIN MANIN
IN FILING ANSWER TOWIFES TO WIFES WIFESpl 0IVORGE OReESUIT SUIT
t V superabundance of presence in his hishjjftne hishne I Ih9me
hjjftne hne on the part of his motherinlaw motherinlawan mother lnlaw lnlawarid
an arid ad general interference with his dp dpmestic dpm dpmstic
mestic m stic affairs is alleged by Herman ileimanugust JermanAugust
August ugust Kramer to have caused the thetrouble thetrouble
trouble in his family Kramer Kram r yester e5ter ¬ I
day da filed his answer to his wifes di divorce divorch
vorce complaint < denying that he has hasfailed hasfailed I
failed to support her ll r and alleging that thath
her h r mother in very ver truth crowded him himont himolt himedt
ont of his home by b occupying occup ing his bed bedthe bedthe bedthe
the only one the Kramers possessed possessedKramer possessedI possessedIcramer
Kramer I ramer attributes much of his do domestic domestic ¬
mestic sorrow to the fact that his hismotherinlaw hismotberinIaw hismotherinlaw
motherinlaw is a member of the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon church while he is not notThe notThe I IThe
The mother of said plaintiff has re repeatedly repsatedly ¬
peatedly and at all times since the mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage of said defendant endeavored to tocause tocause tocause
cause a separation between said plain plaintiff plaintiff ¬ I Itiff
tiff and defendant Kramer alleges allegesand allegesand
and in so doing and for the purpose purposeof
of causing said plaintiff and defendant defendantto
to separate the mother of said plaintiff plaintiffhas plaintiffhas
has during all of the time tiunein in which said saiddefendant saiddefendant saiddefendant I
defendant and plaintiff resided in the thesame theseine
same premises with her grossly mis mistreated mistreated mistreated ¬ I
treated said defends at and abused him himand himant
and ant has repeatedly r p tedl told him that he heknows bekltows heknows
knows that said plaintiff and this de defendant defendant dcfendant ¬
fendant cannot live together because becausesaid becausesaid becausesaid
said defendant is not a Mormon and
her daughter is Xnd and at various timesdurIng Ximesduring times timesduring
during said period the mother of said saidplaintiff saidplaintltf
plaintiff has occupied and taken pos possession OS OSsession ossession ¬
session with 1th said plaintiff > of the bed bedof bedof bedof
of said plaintiff and defendant and andupon andupon andupon
upon such occasions when said defend defendant defendant defendant ¬
ant returned home at night finding his hiswife hiswIfe hiswife
wife and the mother of his said wife wifeoccupying wifeoccupying
occupying said bed said mother refused refusedto
to vacate said bed ed and by reason of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fact that said bed was the only onlyone ohlyone oblyone
one possessed by said plaintiff and de defendant defendant
fendant said defendant was required requiredto
to go elsewhere to spend the night nightKramer nightKramer nightjramer I
Kramer mentions Feb 27 1905 as asspecific a aspecific aspecific
specific occasion when the mothertn motherinlaw
law took his bed and refusing to va vacate vacat a acate
cate cat compelled him to seek lodging lodgingelsewhere lodgingolsevhere j jelaewhere
elsewhere elsewhereKramer olsevhereKramer I
Kramer says sa s he has at all times been beenwilling peenwming beenwilling
willing able and anxious to provide his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife a home a apart jart from her mother I Ibut Ibut Ibut
but that his offers have been rejected rejectedHe
He asks that the suit be b dismissed dismissedMrs dismIssedMrs dismissedMrs I
Mrs Selena May Mo Reiser Kramer tiled tiledthe filedthe led ledthe
the action aganst Kramer J ramer Aug 251 251They 25 25They 25They
They were married May 12 1904 and andhdve andh andhttve
hdve h c a daughter a few months old oldMrs oldlIrs oldMrs
Mrs Kramer alleges that Kramer not notonly notonly I Ionly
only failed taied to support her but that he hehas hl hehas
has treated treate her in an inhuman and andcruel aridcruel j jcruel
cruel manner by throw thrln throiing ins her to the thefloor thef thefloor
floor f 0 0 etc and using abusive language languagf i
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vo o me in me strictest strlctet confidence on llonce I have ha ve bevq b f exclusively l elulively treating trtng pri priVRte Pr pnuate
VRte lte ate and aUI special diseases dlsla of men for thirty years etrs Nothing NothllG science clene can candevise ClLndelse candevise
devise or money buy Ss s Jacking in my m office offce equipment I will wi use US you youhonestly youhonesty youhonestly
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Bag BagBETTER
BETTER THAN TK N A HOT WATER BOTTLE BOTTLEUsed BOTTLU BOTTLEUsed
Used U sed in most of the theLeading theLeading theS
S Leading Hospitals of this thisthe thiscountry thiscountry
country and Europe for forthe I Ithe
the relieving releving of pain Fills Fillsa Fils Filsa
t a a long felt want of autoists autoistsand autoistsand autoistsI
I l and sleighing parties dur durheat during dura
a ing the Winter Season be beI
I i cause it furnishes an even evenI evenheat
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r4q many may times tmes longer than the theT theHot
k9 T i tir j T T Tlieves
Hot Water Bags do Re Releyes ReI
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any part part of the body bodyJOHN bodyJOHN bodyJOHN
JOHN WANAMAKER say There will wi be a Therma Thermalite Thermalite
lite Bag in every home in the land
PRICES PRICESNo PRICESNo I INo
No 0 FaceBag 125 125No 125 125No1 125No
No No1 1 One Quart 150 150No 150 150No I INo2
No No2 2 Two Quarts 200 200No 200No
No No3 3 Three hree Quarts 2 250 250No4 50 50No 50No I
No No4 4 Four Quarts 300
DIRECTIONS DIRECTIONSTO
I TO PREPARE THE BAG FOR FOI IMMEDIATE UIMEDITE USE USE1st USE1st USE1st
1st See that the stopper Is in tight tight2nd tgh tight2nd
2nd nd Bring Bring water In a clean cl al covered kettle ketlf granite graie iron or the like Jkt la labeat 1 isbest
best to the boiling boing point See Se that the water is j bubbUng Than Tan put the bay bayin ba bagIn
in and boil bol it I for the number of minutes mnutes stated on o the bag bgthat bagthat that is unUl untilthe unUlthe unUlthe
the contents of the bag become liquid liquidNOTE lqUid lqUidNOTEDont liquidNOTEDont
NOTE NOTEDont Dont be afraid to boll bl this thl bag It I was we8 WR made mae specially ecaIY for forboiling torbOllng forboiling
boiling boiling3rd bOllng I I3rd S3rd
3rd Take the bag out wipe 1p it i dry tighten the stopper and it I Is ready readyfor r readyfor d dtor
for use useNOTE useNOrEI useNOTElt
NOTE NOrEI NOTElt It will wi now impart Imprt automatically auto01acaly all ail of its ls heat b6t at a a uniform uniformtemperature u uniformtemperature lton
temperature three or four times tmes as long as al the same saro weight of b bet t water waierBat WUlr WUlrBtt waterBut
Bat Btt remember when the bag b g is prepared prepar Jonn d for immediate use US it I impart Imprt all al rf rfita fr frIs ofIts
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heat for future use useTO useTO
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1st 1sl Tighten Tghten the stopper stopper2nd stopper2nd stopper2nd
2nd BOIL the bag TWICE aa a long long as a you OU would for Immediate immedite use IMC3rd ue3rd use3rd
want 3rd it itTO Remove It I dry dr it tighten tghten the stopper stoppr and ad put it away until unt yon yonT yonwant YtIwant
T ro > TURN TtRN It ON THE STORED HEAT HHATafter H HEATafter AT ATafer
after the bag has been prepared for future tutu use uie4UC uleThe useThe
afer The 4UC bag bag uat uo having ife been pppard prepared S Sthe for future u use havlng having become Oo1 cool and andthe andthe
the contents remaining liquid liquid1st lquId lquId1st liquidist
1st Take out the stopper and press finger fnger against anst the ta bottom bottm of It ItNOTE it it itNOTEThiS <
NOTE NOTEThiS This Is done to start the te process prel of crystallzatlon crystaJzton which whic pro produces produces produces ¬
duces NOEThls the heat hfat and this process will not atari unless un B8 the bag ba ia cool col and andtod andtbe andthe
the contents liquid liquidarid
arid ReSl1Bcellfhe Replace lquid the stopper not too to quickly and an CLOSE CLSE IT TIGHT TIGHTKnead TIGHTKiead GHT GHTKnfad
Knead Knfad 2d the bag well for a minute or two and it will wH become ready for us USf USfDrunkenness use v vrunkennes I
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after TRIl a few days treatment treatmet will 1 at once convince you of thte thi th fact factYou factT factT
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ask I took it itiiillerer itwih ttavitit
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coverv for cleaning out poison blood and systm systemn on tok
coYer wih avitit the Idea cenlnf that I if it slored neared the system of tobacco and alcohl alcohol pl poisol poisolit 0I 0Iit I Isuferer
which I have been if asufferer
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it also would do the sante thing to blood poison ben
iiillerer for or years ear a and sme a I can ca truthfully tru thfuly say sy it i has h05 served srve the > puroo5 puroo5after ut utnor U1DO U1DOafer
suferer of dollars on worthless orthl advertised remedies fo foblood for forblood forblood
after nor spendIng hundreds doaf orthle adverts rcmle
blood afer poison as well wel as a a cure for tob tobcco tobacco cco and llouor lauor habit habiU InowrKthut Inquiries Inquirischecrful Inquiriescheerfully
cheerfully answered i It stamp Is encJd enclosed enclosedIt
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nearer I leaving yOU l system after treatment as pare and clean u that or ora ofa
a new born babe as TIUB WIll A trial will at once convince you youthat OI1 OI1thut
thut TRlBis TuB is all we e claim fqr fq it it
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4 I can take aft any weak puny man II suitE 1I1l 1I1lmake
4 5 make him eel like a Sandow Ot eour urr t
4 I ctU1t make ftoH a jiercules rcules of a mean n YIH YIHwas wh
4 was never Intended b by nature natu to lit
4 stropg and husky I dou dour mean that thHBut
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4 4 0 a fall constitution and before it cot f fnI il Co Codeeloped
4 developed began tearing it down Tlta r rfllow
4 fellow I weak nerved slow pok lad lading +
ing In vim ambition and sefconflsienc sefconflsiencI lf DfWelllO DfWelllOI >
1 I can Jllakea mn of him in t three months
+ 10 that his hisowufriends owntriends wont oot knoW him
4 e Every man wIts is weak eak aDd go1ti ollir ollirback 4
4 back know that there ought to be sonl
i + C thinS which will re restore tore that old steam 4
4 t b hits phy physical ical bod ioiy He has tried lh lhusual 4
4 usual drug Ittet metbed and found tbat tha a nz 4
4 ale and yet he knows there mast bf bfsomething 4
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4 1 I know It too and Ive got iL it It Its Elt Elttrlcily 4
4 trlcily You cant name anything mOrt
+ 4 likel likely to have that force which a we weak 1o 1oman 4 4f
2 S man lacks Its a natural iower Ower I ca capump 8 i t tand
+ f pump It Into a weak man whl while b he 51 sleeps < > 18
4 4 4 and make him tee I like a Sandow in n no
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4 tIme Its the spice
4 at itt t So set the book j it you OU want to b bl 4 9 9Iosely
4 S l trongel Send this ad and Ill Melt seal I It itt
t Iosely md mall to YOu ou wIthout mar marome markc
4 ConiC ome and see me If possIble Whether yu t taU
4 uall aU or write 111 gin you ou the names ur u v vpfopJe
S people lOU know that Ive cured curedt
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market which stores heat for forfuture forfutura forfuture
future use usewhich which heat may mayba maybs maybG
ba turned on instantly when whenwanted whenwanted whenwanted
wanted
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