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t SECTION ONE O THE SALT LAKE HEKAJLU ± RALJ SLNDAY SEPTEillER 24 1905 3 I
INQUIRE INQUIREINTO I IINTO I
INTO WELL Ft6f Ft6fJoint FtOW1 FtOW1Joint FEO FEOJoint
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Joint Committee Recommends That ThatCouncil ThatCouncil
Council Appropriate 5000 5000HARMONY 5900t 5000L
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t HARMONY AT ATTHEMEETINQ ATTHEMEETINQCTIZENS r THE TME MEETING MEETINGCITIZENS ETING
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CITIZENS ENDORSE ENDORSEMAYOR u Ff bF bFj bFMAYOR
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MAYOR MORRIS MORRISPossibilities MORRiSPosstblllties MORRISf
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Possibilities of ot tfce tlJeunderJroundjrow tlJeunderJroundjrowot Lktthderrouid Lktthderrouidot tliWar roundnbw roundnbwof
ot wator at Libertypark Llb LIbezty rt3Dftrk rk will be thei theioughly th thoughly tboughly
oughly Investigated inve tlgated by the city if I the thecity thecity thecity
city council adopt adopts the recommendation recommendationof
ot the joint citizen and JltH special cltll water watercommute wat waterCOlUmItte r rcommittee
commuteHarmony commute committeeHarmony COlUmItteHarmony
Harmony marked the discussion dtliCus lon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the subject when h8n the joint committee committeemet comulittemet
met In the office of Mayor Richard Rlchaft1 P PMorris PlIorriR PMorrIi
Morris yesterday e terday afternoon and nd at pie pieo8e ohc ohcIOIle he hecloae
< IOIle o8e of the meeting the following tulle wing rcso rcso1utlon reso resolution resoUtion ¬
lution introduced by S C Ewing and andslightly andwlghtl andigbtIy
slightly igbtIy amended by others was aa adopt adopted adoptcd adopted ¬
ed by unanimous vote voteResolved voteReaolved voteRe
Resolved Re > > olved That the joint citizens citizensand citizenand cltlzenaand
and special water committee recom recommend reuomnend reijonlnend ¬
nend to the city council that immediate immediatesteps innntdiatestepS inmtdlatesteps
steps be taken to sink a twelveinch twelveinchwell tw twelvemcivell lvcHlCh lvcHlChwell
well on the citys lot near Liberty park parkto parkto parkto
to such depth a IU5 may be neceaaary nece tuY and andto andto nd ndto
to do such other work as may appeal appealdesirable appealdesirable appeatdesirable
desirable to determine the quantity quantityquality IUantityluaIlty luantityluality
quality and permanency of the water watersupply w3t watersupply r rsuppl
supply from this underground souive souiveand IIOOlleand oureand
and that the city council appropiialc fppropi ppropzate5OOO mte mte500Q
5000 or so much thereof as Ul may be benecessary benecessary benecessary
necessary for the prosecution of the thework lhcark thework
work workThose workTlioee ark arkThose
Those present prt > sent Jneludel Mayor MA orl Mor MorTls lor lorTIs turris
Tls City CJt Engineer George aoo W rR1trr rR1trrEngfnf Rncr4 Rncr4Engineer tZr tZrEngIneer
Engineer Engfnf > er George M r JJacon 1a1 a r n Councfl Councflmen Councfimen Counciiinca
men Wells ells Dean and Fftrnstrom and andS andR
S R C Ewing Thomas Woir Genr Getue e eIoyer W WMoyer Woyer
Moyer oyer John Dern and H C Edwards Edwardswho EJwarrlswho Edwardswho
who succeeded S B Mllner as a member mem meJnber mernber ¬
ber of o the citizen comnuttoa cmmuttiInvesUgatlon comuiitteInvestigation i iInvestigation
Investigation Is tsFavored tsFavoredIt Favored FavoredIt j jIt
It required but a a f4w f minucMt Inlnlt to t toIop I IS ISplop < J j jvolop
volop plop Iop that every eve man present was ar arlous arIo arbus >
bus Io s to advance m any y reasomlkjo reati nahJ propu propusit prof profltlon protttlun
> sit ltlon ion looking lookln to an Intense In KSI > > f the thetV th thIV 1 1t >
tV t supply and from that time n t1 Jh Jhtuuato h hdbatf iw iwdt
tuuato dt bat had to do jnewly with details detailsThe dhl1srlu dt1allsFie
The seiine of the theme meacicii ueI1 ii was stukd stukd1V iituhdly atntd1y
1V Mr Ir Weir Veir fil to bo b that Ul t nil ll ireiubera ireiuberathe n mbe1i j jthe t tthp
the com committee in it toe were agreed that the In Investigations In8th inIt ¬
It vestigations 8th atlon8 at the park should tih mld be con conducted L cflV n nduct ¬
V ducted duct d in the broadest broad t sense with H Hlew IfIew atew
lew to settling deflnUoly just what whatcould whatould whatenuld
could be done in tfie t e w ny y of incrcising incrcisingthe Incre1slnrthe
the water supply by drawing from fr m that thatsource thatflource thatsource
source This statement tatem nt met with wJthlhe wJthlhendor the theindorsement thetrdorement
indorsement ndor m nt of all arssjut r ut and fiom fiomthat f10mthat fioznthat
that time on things were easy easyThere easyThere easyThere
There was some discussion dlscu lOn as a to the thedepth thedepth thedepth
depth to which the pipe pip should IK IKdriven hedriven bedriven
driven At first it was suggested to fix fixthis flxthis tbthis
this at 250 feet since the present pr sent wolla wollathat wdlsthat wflsthat
that stopped at 250 5t O feet appear ftl ar to be bethe bethe bethe
the l be best t Mr Bacon and ohera 0 hlr3 object objected ¬
ed 41 to this on the ground = round that niarit niaritbe MlgtbE rqigtbe
be > found that some other oth r denti det WttU WttUKIe wtud wtudghe > vo icj icjgive
give better results At length Mr MrMoyer Mroe MrMoyer
Moyer oe amended the resolution to read readthat rtildW readthat
W that the well should be sank jo t such suchdepth suhdepth 1dl 1dldt
depth dt > pth as a may be necessary and it went wentthrough wentthrou wentthrough
through throu h In that form formTwelveInch formTwelvetnch formTwclvclnch
TwelveInch Pipe Favored FavoredThe FavoredThe FavoredThe
The twelveInch pipe was decided decidedui deci decicedLOfl ec1 ec1upon
ui upon LOfl > on because it was agreed that it it0uld ituIeI itUl1
0uld uIeI five ive a better flow than smaller smallerand maJ1erand rnallerand
and scattered pipes and auto becaure becaureits CIlute CIluteIt
its It sle staewould Ie would facilitate faclltt te pumping and andexploration andexploration andexploration
exploration as the sinking progressed progressedFor lrOgrclI Ed EdPor
For a time Mr Dean objestvl obj t > l to sink sinking snklug OinkInK ¬
InK a new pipe and argued that the thepresent theJrespnt theIrceont
present pipes could be cleaned cJean d out and andmade andmade
made to serve When it was stated statedttmt statedthltt Sttj1ttntt
ttmt the old pijiea are hi bad condition conditionand conditioniid onfiiUonhud
and iid tht their tht > h us use would complicate complicatethe
the pumping problem Mr Ir Dean did not notpress notrrts notxreas
press his objection objectionMr obje < ti n nMr
Mr Ewlng urged the necessity n ce sity ot un unauxiliary hnuxillar anuxiiiary
auxiliary uxillar water aupplY to be drawn d11iWnupon drawnupon i iuron
upon in case cai e of an accident to the Big BigIottonwood BigCottonwood Bigtottonwooil
Cottonwood conduit Everybody Is in infavor Infaor inftvor
favor of the Big Cottonwood project so sofar 80tar sofar
far HR I have been able to learn but it itwould Itwould itwould
would b be a rood plan to have hfL ve those thosewells the thewells e ew
wells w > l1s to full back upon in case of H Hwashout Hashout aashout
ashout or some other possible accident accidentto
to t the thecondult conduit s ad Mr Ewing EwihgMr EwingMr
Mr 11 Weir in defining dl nlnx the attitude of ofthe of11w
the 1 he citizens representatives repre entatlv said they theyere theyere theyere
ere not trying to cripple the council councilor
ur 0 the city officials in any Itn way but butAvere butw butwere
were w > re anxious to help in carrying on onthe ontlw onthe
the investigations investigationsWe
We merely merel want to make a genuine genuineeffort genuinefffort genuineeffort
effort to determine the facts in connec connection connection Conneron ¬
tion on with this plan he said saidMayor saidaor saidMayor
Mayor aor Morris said he did not ques question ques1ion ues ueslion ¬
lion but that the council would ould do any anything an anI anything ¬
I thing thin that the joint committee recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended and expressed exre 8ed a conviction convictionthat cotnkUonthat convictionthat
that the council was as not less anxious anxiousthan anxiousthan anxiousthan
than the citizens < committee to aseer ascertain aseertain aseertam ¬
tain tam what might mi ht b Mt done with the Lib Liberty Librty Liberty ¬
erty rty park water nter supply supplyQuality supplYQuality SUPPlYQuality
Quality to Be Considered ConsideredIt
It was as stated in the meeting meetin that suf sufficient surftclent ¬
4 ficient twelveinch pipe for the purpose purposeis
is h immediately available in the city cityThe cit cit1he cityThe
The plan generally favored is to ex experiment exerlment cxperiment ¬
periment erlment thoroughly by means of ofpumps ofIUJ11 ofpumpa
pumps IUJ11 S and to examine every stratum stratumof
of water encountered regardless of its itsdepth Itsdepth itsdepth
depth TJhe water is to be considered consideredas
as to Its Jt quantity permanency and andquality andquaUt antiquality
quality Each How will be connected connectedwith connecte connectewith connectedwith
with the pumps to ascertain toa how ho mudh mudhthere mu b bt bthere
there t is to it and will m be analysed by bythe bythe bythe
the city chemist fhemtetFollowing chemistFollowing heml t tFoUowln
Following the adoption of the resolu resolution re resolution olu olution ¬
tion Mr Ir Ewing extended the thanks thanksof
of If the citizens < representatives to tlj tljmayor tIre t1en tIrenayor
mayor n aOI the coqnoilmen and other city cityofficials cityofficials cityfflctaIs
officials for the courtesy shown and andalso andaso anda1so
also expressed exprt8Se their appreciation of the thegood thegood thegood
good feeling manifested in yesterdays yesterdaysmeeting yesterdaysmeeting esterdaysmeeting
meeting Councilman Wells Vf > l1s chairman chairmanof
I Iuf
of If the joint committee thanked tho cit citizens citIzens citIzena ¬
izens representatives on behalf of the themayor tbemaor theuayor
mayor and the councilmen > n and said saidthe s sa1Ithe lp I Ith
the th city onlclals would depend on the theother th thothor theother
other members of the committee to co cooperate cooperate cooperate ¬
operate until the experiments outlined outlinedhad outlined11ad outllnedbad
had been completed completedThe
The adoption of this resolution by theCity the thecity thecity
city council will probably have the ef effect crtpct offeet ¬
feet of shutting out entirely G H Nich Nichols Nichols Nichols
ols who made three propositions to th thcouncil U Uouncll the thecouncil >
council in relation to pumping water watqrfrom wat watfrom waterfrom
from the Liberty LIbert park wells Mr Ir Nich Nichols Nlchols Nichcia ¬
ols wns in the anteroom of the may majors ma maors mayors
ors office while the lueeting luef > tlng was in inprogress inpromeM inprogTese
progress yesterday but was not invited invitedto
to take part in the discussion discussionY 1I8u88lonY ItseusslonY
Y M C A OPEN TO ALL MEN MENNew M MgN MgNNew N NNew
New Practice for Sunday Afternoons AfternoonsGoes AfternoonsGoes AfternoonsGoes
Goes in Effect Today TodayBeginning TodayBellftnln TodayBegImtflg
Beginning today the rooms of the theM T TM 1 1M
M C A will b be open on Sunday after afternoon afteroon afternoon ¬
noon oon to till met from ai > oVIock o lock until 6 6oclock GIctock 6oclock
oclock This afternoon at t 330 3 Rev Re EI EINature EImer Elroar
roar J GO Goshen hen wilt 1It give = he an addre address on onatur onNatureS
Nature NatureS atur Anneal to Young Men Ien In Inaddition Inaddition inaddition
addition to this address todays pro proKrammo programme programme
gramme will Include songs son 8 by the Imperial Imperialcluartette Imperialuartettc Imperialuartette
cluartette uartettc a guitar solo by bye O D Schettler SchettlerJiymns Schettler11Ymns Schettler1vmns
Jiymns and responsive readings readingsPost readlnst readingsk readingsPost
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Post Sugar Sugaris
is one of the most mostDelicate mostDelicate mostDelicatc
Delicate Sweets in Food FoodTry FoodTry FoodTry
Try TryGrapeNuts TryGrapeNuts I IGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsfor
for Breakfast BreakfastYoull BreakfastYoull BreakfastYoull
I Youll know 1
KEEPING KEEPINcT4BON E lN TAB T ON ON IRE EIRE CHIEF CHIEFHow CHIEI CHIEIHow J Ji JHow
i
How the Head of the Department Is I s on Call Every Minute jiute of the Year j
w
How would you ou like to live aUIIfe ilifewithout aUIIfewithout Ute Utewithout
without respite from duty sleep sl p In Inyour inyour inyour
your underclothes with your boots and andgarments andGarments andgarments
garments ready to jump Into at a mo moments moments maments ¬
ments notice sit down to no meal nor norHe norlie norlie
lie down downtQ tq a nap that you may be sure surewill surewlll surewill
will be uninterrupted unint rrupted in short to real realize realI2Q realizq ¬
ize twentyfourhours twentyfour h hdurs < furs a day and seven sevendays sevendays sqventlays
days a atElek tteek that at y you ° u can cant > t call yourtime Yourtime your yourtime
time yowrjnyn yowrjnynMuch yopriflMuch olrp lJ1 lJ1Much
Much like that of a prisoner on pro probation probatlon probatlon ¬
batlon fc this Iff Uffthat that of the fire flreOhlef firethlef liretihief
Ohlef ItS it s > this ICe that Chief W H HBy HBywaterq HBywater
By Bywaterq water of Q theSalt the Salt Lake City nrode nrodepartmenj firQ ftroidepartment ide idepnrtment
partmenj lives 365 days out of the year yearwith year91th yearwith
with thCexqeption tIldeXQ ptlon Of a short vacation vacationeach vacationet1eh vacationeach
each summer summer It is the strenuous life 1lfeIdeal lIfeideal lifeIdeal
Ideal the antithesis anUthe ls of the simple life lifeYou lifeYou lifeYou
You Mr Business Man or Profes ProCesalonl Professional Profesalunal ¬
sional Man ran Ia or Student how would you youlike yOUlike OU OUUke
like to have havcevery every move during the day daycarefully daycareflllf daycarefpll
carefully noted on a atab tab If you stepped steppeddown steppeJdown steppeddown
down the street for1 foratle a atle tie or into a res restaurant restaurant restaurant ¬
taurant for a l meal monlor or to some play playhouse playhouse playhouse ¬
house for mental recreation recreationhow recreationhowwould how howwould
would you ou like to know that from one oneto onpto oneto
to a dozen do SJ men kept k pt strict tab on your yourmovement yourmovemeut yourmovements
movement 110 o thHt any time tlm or any anyplace anyplace anyplace
place some one might place his finger fingeron
on you and say Youre needed or ormaybe ormJ4b orrnkMbe
maybe s broke loose in the thebuilding thebulldInSthe thebul1dingthe
bulldInSthe building vthe wagons on the road roadIt roadIt roadIt
It wouldnt make any difference differencewhether differencewhether differencewhether
whether you were just sinking your yourteeth yourteeth our ourteelh
teeth into a juicy steak or that the thevillain thevillain thevillain
villain In the play was as about to get getbis gethIel getlila
lila and the hero come Into his own ownyoud ownyoud ownyoud
youd haveto drop everything and andget aatIet andget
get et busy busytht that Is It you ou were Ore chief chiefKeeping chiefleeping
Keeping Keeping Tab on Chief ChiefSome ChiefS ChiefSome I
Some S me may think flu Ria Ii > statement 5s s a alittle alittle i iIit
little Iit le overdrawn but crfc c t any fireman firemanand firemRl1and liremaland
and as the chief of o the department is isproperly isproperly ispmperly
properly the ulssest fireman of them themall thf themall m mRll
all it Is natural that his story should shouldbe
be the most Interesting Int e1itll A peep peep at a asmall aIImall asmall
small tablet Jn n tJw th call office of the thecentral thEcentral thccentral
central fire department any any day daywUl daywUlShow will willshow willshow
show something s metJ1Jn < < Jijca J i ithlg ithlgCall th1sCall I ICall
Call chief ch ef atfortowinsfpHbheTiium atfortowinsfpHbheTiiumber at OlrO ingr < poQneI1um poQneI1umber
hers ber s
214
940 940a39
639 a394t 55942t1
420
310 310This 310hls 310This
This hls was wastjte the record for Sept 22 up to
4 p m It mean tnat when hon Chief By Bywater Bywater ByWater
water left the department in themorn themornIng thel11oll1lng the morn mornIng
Ing after returning from his breakfast breakfasthe
he went first to the office of the board bonrdof boardof boerdQf
of underwriters of the Pacific theirs theirsbeing theirsing theirsbeIng
being ing the first telephone number on the thelist thelist thelist
list listUpon Upon leaving there he phoned the thestation theatatlon thestation
station that he was going to the office officeof officeof officeof
of Councilman C C1 M Neuhausen NeuhausenFrom NeuhausenFron NeuhausenFrom
From there he went to see Assistant AssistantCity AssistantCity AssistantCity
City Attorney W H Bramel Next on onthe onthe onthe
the list is the waterworks department departmentand
and from there Chief Bywater went to tothe tothe tothe
the mayors office It will be noticed noticedthat noticedthat noticedthat
that the three last calls are in the city cityand cityand cityand
and county building and yet no pre precaution precaution precaution ¬
caution was overlooked for the three threeoffices threeofl1 threeoffices
offices ofl1 es are on different floors floorsChain floorsChain floorsChain
Chain of Communication
This is only one link in It the complete completechain completechain completechain
chain by which the station knows that thatit
it can get into communication with the thechief thachief thechief
chief in the quickest possible time timeWheat timcVheat timeWltOZtt
Wheat Chief Bywater leaves his office officehe officehe officehe
he sleeps at the Stationat station at 630 630oclock 630oclock 630oclock
oclock each morning the men know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that he will go to his home at 753 Sixth Sixthstreet Sixthstuet Sixthstreet
street by a certain prescribed route routeThis routeThhi routeThis
This never varies or if it does the theofllce theofttce theoffice
office is notified The chief has both bothphones bothphones bothphones
phones and can be called away at any anytime anytlme anytime
time during breakfast When he leaves leaveshis leavesbls leaveshis
his home he telephones to the central centralstation cmtralstation centralstation
station If he intends stopping at No
4 on I street stre t he makes note of It On Onarriving OnarrivIng Onarriving
arriving at and leaving No 4 other tel telephone telephone telephone ¬
ephone messages are delivered deliveredOnce deUvoredOnce deliveredOnce
Once he has returned to the central centralstation cpntralstation centralstation
station from breakfast Chief Bywater Bywaterhegjua BywaterbegJus Bywaterbegins
begins the real business of the day dayThis dayThlsinetudes dayThis
This Thlsinetudes includes consideration of official officialcorrespondence oftlcialcorr68pon officialcorzespondepce
correspondence corr68pon eJlce and the regular daily dailyInspection dailyInspoctlon dailyinspection
Inspection of station equipment horses horsesetc horsesetc horsesetc
etc
How System Works WorksFrom WorksF1Om WorksFrom
From this time on the work of keep keeping keeping keeping ¬
ing htab tab on the chief by telephone be begins beghur begins ¬
gins in the manner shown In the In Introduction Introductlon introduction ¬
troduction of this article A question questionmay questionmay questionmay
may arise as to what is to be done donewhere donehere donewhere
where here the chief happens to have just justleft just10ft justleft
left one place and has not arrived at atthe atthe atthe
the next rhe best answer to this is isthe Isthe Isthe
the relation of a little incident which a afew atew afew
few Salt Lakers witnessed a short time timeago tinHago timeago
ago which hleh shows how chief and men menwork menwork menwork
work together in a case of a fire where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the former happens to be absent from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the station stationChief staUonChle stationChiet
Chief Chle Bywater accompanied by City CityClerk CityClerk CityClerk
Clerk John S Critchlow and Water Su Superintendent Superintendent Superiptendent ¬
perintendent Frank L Hines was waswalking waRwalking waswalking
walking up State street near Third ThirdSouth ThirdSouth ThirdSouth
South street when he heard the sharp sharprattle sharllrattle sharprattle
rattle of his horses hoofs as they rang rangout rangout rangout
out on the Second South street cross crossing crossing crosslug ¬
ing Neither the chief nor his compan companions companions companIons ¬
ions saw the rig but the chief recog recognizing recognlzing rccognizing ¬
nizing the familiar gallop Uop jumped to tothe tothe tothe
the rear and before either Critchlow or orHlnee orHines orHines
Hines was aware of what was up uphe uphe uphe
he had jerked off his coat anj an was In Inthe inthe inthe
the middle of State street He swung swungthe swungthe swungthe
the coat to attract the drivers atten attention aten atenton attention ¬
tion By the time his buggy with withDriver wih wihDriver wIthDriver
Driver ton Frank Angell n eU had reached him himhe himhe himhe
he was ready redy to don his firemans coat coatand coatand coatand
and helmet Hardly a second was con consumed cansumed consumed ¬
sumed In clambering camberIng into the rig after afterit fter fterI
it I had wheeled wheele up to the spot spotNo spotNo spotNo
No Words Wasted WastedThis Wasted1hls WastedTItle
This 1hls is not uncommon as many who whohave whohave whohave
have be been n walking with Uh the chief when whenhis whenJls whenhis
his Jls rig came dashing down the street streetcan streotcn streetcall
can cn testify teUf Conversation is cheap as ascompared ascompared I Icompred
compared compred with wih disastrous fires fres and no nowords nowords nowords
words are ever wasted once the chief chiefsees chiefce chiefsees
sees his buggy approaching as fast as asone asone asone
ce hh
one of the gamest gamet animals in the de departmaHt deprtm8tt dopartment
partmaHt can pull p1 It ItChief I itChief
prtm8tt Chief Bywater would rather inspect inspecthis inspecthis inspecthis
his department deprtment or confer with wih under underwriters underwrier underwritersp ¬
writers wrier or advise merchants to com comply compl cornply ¬
ply with wih the fire fre ordinances ordinanceshe he would wouldrather wouldrther wouldrather
rather pl rther do any of these duties dutes pertain pertaining pertainIng pertainIng ¬
ing to his office ofce than tell stories stores In Inwhich inwhieh Inwhich
which he is a personal factor He be balleves beleves believes
lleves in system sstem and discipline dIscpUne not tell telling tel telllag ¬
leves
lag InJ what part prt he has to co with wih It ItHes f itHes
Hes a doer not a teller teler but he heconsented hecon heconsented
Instances after be being beIng belag ¬
consented con onted to give Instancn ater
ing pressed pr sd of how a chief or a fire fireman fireman ¬
man may na bq caught by a sudden suddenalarm suddcnalarm suddenalarm
alarm of fire flreCaught fireCaugtt1 fireCaught
Caught Caugtt1 in a Barber Shop ShopOne ShopOne ShopOne
One of these and he says SS its its an ex experience experience oxperience ¬
perience which others of his men can canduplicate cn cnduplcat candupljcate
duplicate concerns the chiefs visit to toa toa toa
a duplcat barber shop last fall Chief Bywater Bywaterhappened Byvaterhappeno Bywaterhappened
happened happeno to pick the precise precse halfhour halfhourduring halfhourduring halfhourduring
during which a fire broke out to g g1t it a ashaAe ashave ashave
shave He had left lef directions directons at the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department to be called at such and andsuch andfueh andsuch
such fueh a a a shop in case case ase things broke loose looseThe looseThe looseThe
The razor wielder had just scraped one onehalf onehal onehalt
half hal of the chiefs full ful face clean cean of its itsbristly Is Isbristy itsbristly
bristly bristy growth when an alarm came In InInstanter InInstanter inInstanter
Instanter the chiefs buggy was on Us Usway Is Isway itsway
way to the tonsorial parlors the chief chiefwas chiefwas chiefwas
was wriggling wrigglng from under a inaze of offluffy offuCh offluffy
fluffy fuCh lather towels and astonished fstonlshed bar barber barber barher ¬
ber and in a few minutes time tme the thohead thehed thehead
head hed of the department was racing racingtoward racingtoward racingtoward
toward the lire fre with a a7Wcent T 71cent cent shave shavethe shavethe shavethe
the union prices price to the contrary contraryOr contra1 contra1Or
Or in aBath a BathTub BathTubNow Tub TubNow TubNow
Now this thi might be thought the limit limitIts limi limitIts
Its Is enough to get on any mans nerves nervesthis nervesthis nervestis
this attention atoJUon to business busines with a half halfbearded ha1 haltbearded
bearded face But heres hers one thats a alittle altp alittle
little better beter or rather bore are ae several severalof
of ltp the same kind that are a little lttle better betterChief beter beterChief betterChief
Chief Bywater says sys it I is no common commonthing commonthin commonthing
thing thin to get caught Jii Ii a bath ab ib b by byan byan byan
an alarm al rm of fire He gives solemn as assunuue assUrle assurane
sunuue sUrle that he hE never takes a bath bathwithout bathwihout bathwithout
without wihout having towels boots trousers trousersor
or rubber coat and helmet within witin im immediate Immediate immediate ¬
mediate reach Indeed the transition transitionfrom trhnsltlontrom trhnsitlonfrom
from the hotsuds hor 1iot sUds and soathat o tat that floats floatsinto floatsInto floatsinto
into boots pants and helmet seems to tobe tobe tobe
be looked at In the light lght of the veriest veriestroutine verleatrutne veriestroutine
routine rutne at the central station stationNumerous staton statonNumerous stationNumerous
Numerous instances Instance might be related relatedof
of how quickly the chief makes make con connections cn cnnecions eonnections ¬
wanted wantedAt wantedAt wantedAt
nections necions with his wagon whon
At the thf city elt council counci chambers a few fow
nights nghts ago Chief Bywater was in at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance as usual usual This particular particularevening partcular partcularevening particularevening
evening it i was a case of now you see seehim seehim seehim
him and now you OU dont for a few fewminutes fewminutes fewminutes
minutes after the chief < had been seen seenin seenIn seenin
in the chambers he h had disappeared dIsappearEd It Itdeveloped I Itdeveloped
developed that he had ad seen the wagon wagondrive wagondrive wagondrive
drive up to the joint building buidIng from fromState frm frmState rota rotaState
State street and had Immediately gone gonedown gonedown gonedown
down stairs When hen the driver was wasready wasready
ready to turn about and go to the fire fireIn fireIn fireIn I
In the EmeryHolmes Em ryHolmos barns the chief chiefwas chiefwa chiefvas
was wa in the buggy buggyAgain bugS buggyAgain
Again Agin a i week ago last night Ilght the thechief thechiet thechlet
chief was at the Commercial Commerclal club clubwhere clubwhere clubwhere
where a few citizens cltlzEns had gathered to toresolute tQresolute t tresolut
resolute on flowing wells wEhs A tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone message mesage came to 12a6 286 notifying notifyingthe notfying notfyingthe
the chief that there was some SOn diffi difficulty diff diffieulty ¬
culty culy at Main Iain and Njrth N rth Temnle Temnlestreets Temlestreets Ternrlestreets
streets where an engine was engaged engagedIn
In pumping ditch water into sprinklers sprinklersAs
As soon as the chief had htd attended to the thedifficulty thedifficuly thedifficulty
difficulty difficuly referred to he started back to tothe tothe tothe
the meeting meetng On the way down he hestopped hestopped hestopped
stopped in a department store and noti notified not natifled ¬
fied the station of his whereabouts ts and anddestination anddetnaton anddestination
staton w1rebo
destination detnaton detnatonFire
Fire vs Drama DramaIt DramaI
It I is thus that thl the tn department partment keeps keepstrack keepstrck keepstrack
track trck of Its I chief and the tie chief chief of the thedepartment thedepatmcnt thedepartment
department depatmcnt during durinl business busine hours hourf It Itis I ItIs
is the same sfm in case css Chief Bywater de decides decldes decides ¬
cides to spend tPcnd un evening at the the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre Before leaving leavJns he lets let those at atthe atthe atthe
the station know which seat he is to tooccupy tooccupy tooccupy
occupy so O that In case of fire he can canbe canbe canbe
be reached with wih the least les possible posslble de delay delay delay ¬
lay While Whte not a frequent theatre theatregoer theatregoer theatregoer ¬
goer the chief has had more than one onethrillin onethriln onethzillin
thrillin thriln drammar spoiled spoied at the slow slowmusic slowmusic slowmusic
music point by an alarm of fire fireIt tireI fireIt
It I is thus that the chief of the fire firedepartment tiredepartment firedepartment
department spends his day here there thereand thereand thereand
and everywhere but always always In touch touchwith touchwIh touchwith
with wIh the station stationThat staUonThat stationThat
That his duties dutes and those of the for fortyeight fortyeight fortyeight ¬
tyeight men under him require trib tribute trlbute tribute ¬
ute In sleeping as well wel as waking hours hourscan hourscan hourscan
can be gathered from the fact that no nofireman nofireman nofireman
fireman lies les down to rest until unt he has hasplaced hasplaced hasplaced
placed his boots with wIh trouser legs in inside insldebesIde inside ¬
side sldebesIde beside his bed His Hi coat and hel helmet helmet helmet ¬
met are also near by so so that It I takes takeshardly takes11ardly takeshardly
hardly a jiffy to jump from the mat mattress mattress mattress ¬
tress into the firefighters uniform uniformPrevention uniformPrevention uniformPrevention
Prevention Best Protection ProtectionThis ProtectionThis ProtectionThis
This system of speedy Communication Communicationand ommunicaton ommunicatonand ornm nicatlon nicatlonand i
and alertness alertne is after afer all al but a part partof partof partof
of the general plan plal of prevention preventionThe preventon preventonThe
The best protection protecton Is prevention preventionIs preventon preventonIs
Is Chief Bywaters motto It I IB along alongthis alongthis alongthis
this line lne that he and his department are arebending arebcnding arebending
bending their energies Not a day daygoes daygoes daygoes
goes by that firemen do not Inspect Inspectbuildings Inspectbuidings inspectbuildings
buildings buidings so that they may ma learn lear every everyingress ever everyingress
ingress and egress basement b sement plans plansfiro plansnrQ plansfire
fire escape roo ro etc Not a month monthgoes monthgoes monthgoes
goes by that hundreds of o notices are arenot arenot arenot
not sent to proprietors of business businessblocks businessblocks businessblocks
blocks and stores warning them to toconform toconform toconform
conform with wih the he city ordinances re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the accumulation accumulaton of Inflam Inflammable Inammable infiammable ¬
mable debris and the placing of a red redlight redlght redlight
light lght in the hall haJ Indlcatlngthe IndICatngthe indicating the direction directionof directon
of the fire fre escape The number numbe of no notices notces notices ¬ I
tices tces sent out is surprisingly Jarge arge A Aglance Aglance Aglance
glance over the list showed a
block or store of prominence that thathas thathas thathas
has not been negligent neg1gent at some time tme or oranother oranother oranother
another in the last few months monthsWe monthsVTe monthsVT0
We have no friends In this depart department department department ¬
ment when It I comes to the enforcement enforcementof
of the city ciy ordinances ordinaces for the regula regulation regulaton regulation ¬
tion ton of tires says Chief Bywater We Wewant Wewant e ewant
want people to understand that when whenan wbenan whenan
an order to clean up Is received it i is for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their own benefit beneft No one need feel any anyalarm anyalarm anyalarm
alarm at seeing a fireman Investigat Investigating investgat investgatIng ¬
ing building bulding conditions cOUtons for it Is all al part partof partof partof
of our system for the prevention preventon of offires offIres offires
fires One pf a firemans fremansmost fir mansmost most import important important important ¬
ant duties Is to have a thorou thorough h ac aequain acqualn acquaintince
quaintince quain nce with wih all buildings buidings especially especiallywih especiallyw especiallyvih
wih w h basement basment entrances and fire es escapes escapes escapes ¬
capes
How Department Has Grown GrownIt Grow GrowI
It I Is under this system that the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake fire fre department departmet has reached its itshighest Ushighest Itshighest
highest efficiency efciency since its birth When WhenChief WhenChief WhenChief
Chief Bywater first tlr t joined as a volun volunteer volunteer volmiteer ¬
teer In the early eighties eightes there was one onepaid onepaid onepaid
paid man mat outside the chief chiefEngineer chiefEngineerReubon chiefEngineerReuben Engineer EngineerReuben
Reuben Simpson Slmp n the esteemed veteran veteranof
of the force today todayA toda todaA
A few years after the volunteer who whowas whowas whowas
was to become chief had joined the thepaid thepaid thepaid
paid force was was Increased to five 11e Later Laterit Lateri
it i was ten then thirtyfive and then thenfortyfive thenfortythe thenfortyfive
fortyfive Subsequently Sublequenty it dropped droppedback droppedback droppedback
back to thirtyfive thirtyfiveToday thirtytlveToday thirtyfiveToday
Today there are fortyeight f rtyelght full ful paid paidmen paidmen paidmen
men Each has ha an hour and ad five mlnu mlnutess minutens
tens tes off twice a day for meals The TheUtah TheUtah TheUtah
Utah Light Railway Raiway company allows allowsthe alows alowsthe allowsthe
the men to ride free when in uniform uniformso uniorm
so that the time tme allowance alowance is ample ampleOne ampleOne ampleOne
One day In every seven 2 ven Is given each eachfireman eachfireman eachfireman
fireman for his own own amusementUnder amusement amusementUnder amusementUnder
Under Chief Bywater the tfe system of ofdocking ofdocldng ofdocking
docking for tardiness In cases of sick sickness slclness sickness ¬
ness In the family faml has a been abolished abolishedTO abolshed abolsheda abolishedTO
TO HOLD PURE FOOD SHOW SHOWPree SHOWFee SHOWFree
Free Fee Samples Will Wi Be Given Away AwayAll AwayAl AwayAll
All Al Space Is Reported Repored to Be BeTaken BeTaken BeTaken
Taken TakenThe TakenThe TakenTue
The Salt Sal Lake Grocers Butchers ButchersPure Butchersure ButchersPure
Pure ure Food exposition exposlton will wU open Thursday ThursdayEvery Thurda ThurdaEvery ThursdayEvery
Every space is now sold and some sme beau beautiful beautlful beautiful ¬
tiful exhibits ehlbll will wi be seen e e Over sixty sixtyfoods sixtytoods sixtyfoods
foods will wI be served by a corps corpS of women womendemonstrators womendemonstrtors womendemonstrators
demonstrators demonstrtors to all that come cme Band Bandconcerts Bandconcerts Bandconcerts
concerts by the state band b nd will wi be given givendally givendan givendaily
dally dallyAn dan dann dailyAn
An n Illuminated iumlnat d parade parde will wi take place placeThursday placeThurda placeThursday
Thursday Thurda evening It I Is announced annunced this thiswill thiswi thisviii
will wi be a mile mlo in length all al grocers and andbutchers andbutchers andbutchers
butchers being in appropriate unlfprm unif rm of ofwhite ofwhie ofwhite
white whie A public publc wedding woding will wl take place placeat placoat Placeat
at the he show during fair air week Thousands Thousandsof
of free samples will wi be given away dally daly
Saturday afternoons afernoons will be for chil children chi cliiidren ¬
dren The exposition expositon will wi be open for nine ninedays ninedays
days da s afternoons afernoons and evenings beginning
Thursday afternoon The management In Invites Inies inites ¬
vites ies ites women to attend atend during during the after afternoons aftr aftrnons afternoons ¬
noons nons to avoid night crowds Fully Ful 510000 510000worth 1O000 1O000Worth
worth of foods will wi be on exhibition oxhlbiton from fromall fromall
all parts of the country
THE TH VALUE VALU OF CHARCOAL CHARCOALFew CHCOA CHCOAFew
Few People Know How Useful It Is In InPreserving inPreserving inPreserving
Preserving Health and Beauty BeautyNearly Beautyearl BeautyNearly
Nearly earl evorybody evorylody knows that charcoal charcoalis
is the safest and mom efficient eficient disinfec disinfectant dlalnectant disinfectaut ¬
tant and purifier purifer In nature but few real realize realIze realize ¬
ize Us is value v lue when taken into the hu human 1mman 1wman ¬
man system for the same cleansing pur purpose purp purCharcoal ¬
pose poseCharcoal p 1080Charcoal
Charcoal is a remedy that the more moreyou moreyou moreyou
you take of It the bettor betor it is not a adrug adrug adrug
drug at all al but simply simp absorbs the gases gasesand gasesand es esand
and Impurities Impurites always alway present pretent In the thestomach thestomach thestomach
stomach and intestines Intostn0 and carries carrie them themout themvut themout
out of the system systemCharcoal BstemCharcoal systemCharcoal
Charcoal sweetens the breath after aftersmoklnp ufer ufersmoking aftersmoking
smoking drinking drnking or or after afer eating onions onionsand onionand I Iand
and other odorous oorous vegetables vegetablesCharcoal vegetablel vegetablesCharcoal oatng
Charcoal effectually effectual clears cleaH and Im Improves 1mprove miproves ¬
proves prove the complexion It whitens hlen the theteeth theteeth theteeth
teeth and further acts as a natural and andeminently andeminenty andeminently
eminently safe cathartic catharticIt
eminenty cathartc cathartcI
It I absorbs the injurious gases gases which whichcollect whichcolect whichcollect
collect colect In the stomach and bowels it itdisinfects Itdlsintects itdisinfects
disinfects the mouth and throat throat from the thepoison thepolson thepoison
poison of catarrh catarrhAH catarrhAl catarthAll
AH Al druggists sell el eii charcoal In one form formor
or another out ut probably the best char charcoal charcoal charcoal ¬
coal and the mostfor most tor the money Is In InStuarts InStuarts inStuarts
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges Lozenge they Ue are arecomposed arccomposcd arecomposed
composed of the tJe finest finet powdered wil willow wl willow ¬
low charcoal and other harmless harmlclS anti antiseptics ant antiseptics ¬
septics septc in tablet tblet form or rather In the theform theform theform
form of large pleasant pleasan tasting tatng lozen lozonsca lozenges lozenges
ges the charcoal bolng mixed with withhonev wih wihhone withboner
hone honevThe honeThe bonerThe
The dally daly use of f these lozenges 10zIge will willsoon wi willsoon
soon tell tel In a much improved condition conditionof conditon conditonof
of the general genlral health better betor complex complexion ¬
ion sweeter breath and purer blood and andthe andthe andthe
the beauty of it is that no possible harm harmcan harmenl harmcan
can enl result resul from rota their continued contnued use but buton buton buton
on the contrary contray groat Sont benefit benefitA beneft beneftA
A Buffalo physician p1yslclln in speaking of the thebenefits th thebenefits I
benefits benefts of charcoal says I advisr Stu Stuarts Stuarts ¬
arts Charcoal Lozenges to all a1 featienta featientasuffering atents atentssuftorln atients atientssuffering
suffering from gas a in inetomtch stomach Itomoch and a d bow bowels bowels bowala ¬
els and to clear the complexion and andpurify andpurih andpurify
purify the breath mouth and ind throat I Ialso 1also Ialso
also believe beleve the liver lver is greatly gaty benefited benefitedby b efled efledby
by tho dally daiY use of oftJtem them they coat OOlt but butcents
25 cents a box at drug stores and al although although although ¬
though In some sense a patent prepara preparation preparaton preparalion ¬
lion yet I believe sena get J more o r and an d bet bettor botter beticr ¬
tor ton charcoal cacoal in Stuarts QharooaL har harqaLoz harqaLozonge gaLLo gaLLoOIU Los Losonpes
onpes than In 11 any an anyof of the prijrnary pr prdlnarychar prdlnarycharcoal rlary char charcoal charcoa ¬
OIU
coal coa tablets tabl t r
ESTATE STATE NEWS NEWSLIST WS 1 1LIST
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LIST OF OFJURORS JURORS DRAWN DRAWNTo
To Serve at October Term of Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Utah County CountyProvo CountyProvo CountyProvo
Provo Sept Sept 22 2The 22The The following fOlowing jurqrs jurr in inthe Inthe Inthe
the October term of the Fourth district diBtriatcourt distriotcourt districtcourt
court for fo Utah Uth county count to be in inatcn inatcnance attend attendance atten attenance ¬
ance Oct 10 have been drawn drawnProvorJ drwn drwnProvo drawnProvoJ
ProvorJ Provo C White William Wiiam Ellison EllisonJohn Elson ElsonJohn EllisonJohn
John Saxey Thomas Th mas C Groneman Henr HenrGoddard Henry
Goddard John T Giles Gies R C Klrkwooa KlrkwooaPleasant KtrkwooUPleaant KIrkwoOtIPleasant
Pleasant Pleaant Grove GroveJosephJacobs GroveJosephJaeobs JosephJacobs Thomas ThomasRIchans Tboma1 Tboma1Rlthans ThomaSRihans
RIchans Rlthans Samuel Sauel H Smith Smih Charles CharlesWhite Charle CharlesWhite
White Yhie John G Johnson Louis S RobJ RobJson RoqlLehiohn Robjson
son sonLehl sonLehiJohn Lehl Lehiohn John Jacobs JacobsSantaquln JacobLSantaquinWliliam I
Santaquln SantMulnWUlam SantaquinWliliam William Allred Robert RobertDuke RobartDuke RobertDuke
Duke William Wllam H Boyle BoyleAmerican B01Ie B01IeAmrican BoneAmerican
American Fork ForkThomas Thomas Waiters Welens 1Vi WI1 WI111am ftt fttHam
Ham lam Chipman Henry Hen Miller llillorSprlngvllle Mlur I ISprlngvleoseph ISpringvllleJoseph
Sprlngvllle Sprlngvleoseph SpringvllleJoseph Joseph D DReyno1tl Reynolda Walter WalterWheeler WaIel Walt WaltWheeler
Wheeler WheelerPayson WheelerPaysonJ heeler heelerPnyson
Payson PaysonJ T S McBeth McBethSpanish McBethSpanish MeBethSpanish
Spanish Fork ForkThomas Thomas Jarvis JarvisBenjamin JarviaBenjaminGeorge JarvisBenjaminGeorge
Benjamin BenjaminGeorge George E McClellan McClellanOne McClelan McClelanOn McClellanOne
One On of the new students student of the Brigham BrlghamYoung BrighamYoung BrighamYoung
Young university unhersiy is Miss Mis Catherine Val Valenzuela Valenzuela Valenzueia
enzuela of Papago Ariz who came here herewith 1l8rcwih herewith
with wih Bishop Bshop George M Tiffany and his hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter Miss lss Valenzuela and Miss 1lss TiC Tiffany TiCran TiCany ¬ I
fany ran any wllf wit remain here with relatives relatve of ofBishop ofBisbop ofBishop
Bishop Tiffany Tifany to attend atend school while whie the thebishop tbebishop thebishop
bishop will wi return after ater the October con conference conerence ¬ I
ference erence Miss Valenzuela Is an Indian Indiangirl IndianIrl Indiangirl
girl Irl about 20 years ear of age of the PIma PImatribe Pimatrjbe Pimatribe
tribe She is a graduate of the Phoenix PhoenixIndian PhoenixIndian PhoenixIndian
Indian industrial school and is said to bo boa b hOa
a very ver talented vocalist vocalst Miss 1Iss Valenzueln Valenzuelnvisited ValenzuelaIsled Valensuolavisited
visited Isled the St St Louis worlds words fair last year yearand yearand yearand
and her ability abity as a singer brought brpht her hermany hermany er erman1
many favorable comments comment from musical musicalcritics musicl musiclcritcs musicalcritics
critics critcs Other members of her family familyhave famiy famiyhave familyhave
have ability abit as a musicians Bishop Bshop Tiffany Tiffanystates Tifany Tifanystates Tiffanystates
states It I Is now twentyone years since sinceMr sinc sinceMr
Mr Ir Tiffany lJfany left lef Provo and he has been beena
a missionary among the Pima and Papago PapagoIndians PapagoIndians PapagoIndians
Indians all al the time tme His family famn are the theonly thconl theonly
only onl white people In the neighborhood neighborhoodof nel hbprhood hbprhoodof
of the Indians who are an anlndlstrlous Indlstrlous Indlstrlouso
0 fthe fhc Indians who are e an industrious industriousagricultural indu industriouSagricultural trious triousagiculural
agricultural agiculural people andare and are rapidly adapt adapting adapting adapting ¬
ing themselves to the ways wa s and customs customsof CtQIS CtQISof
of the whites whitesThere whies whies1here whitesThere
There was a large attendance atendance of rela relatives relatves relatives ¬
tives tves and friends at the funeral services servicesover servIce servicesover
over the remains of Mrs Hannah E J JFreshwater JFreshwater JFreshwater
Freshwater held In the te Third ward wad meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing house yesterday The following folowing were werethe werethe werethe
the speakers Elders M L Pratt Prat S S SJones SJones SJones
Jones John ohn T Giles Glesad and Bishop T N NTaylor NTayIQr NTaylor
Taylor TaylorMr TayIQrMr TaylorMr
Mr and Mrs 1r Joseph JosophRothweH RothweH have left leftfor 10ftfo loftfor
for fo side sideThe sideThe Chesterfield Chesterield JU JHs < where b re they will wU re reside reside reside
The advance sale for The Jolly JolY Mus Musketeer Musketeer Musketeer ¬
keteer show that a packed house will willgreet wi willgreet
greet rett the Salt Sal Lake singers Many 1any orders ordersfor ordersfor ordersfor
for scats have bee received rceived from rPm outside outsidetowns outide outidetowns outsidetowns
towns and indications Indicatons are that all al the thescats thoseats theseats
seats will wi be gone gne at an early hour to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowREBEKAHS morrowREBEKAHS morrowREBEKAHS
REBEKAHS HOLD BANQUET BANQUETCelebrate BANQUETCelebrate BANQUETCelebrate
Celebrate the Anniversary of the theFounding theFounding theFounding
Founding of Their Order OrderEureka OrderEureka OrderEureka
Eureka Sept 22 22The The local lodge of ofRebekahs otRebekahs ofRebekabs
Rebekahs gave a splendid entertain entertainment entertin entertinment entertainmeat ¬
ment last evening at their hall the oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion being the anniversary of the thefounding thefounding thefounding
founding of their thei order the Invited Invitedguests Invied Inviedgests invitedguests
guests gests being b Ing the members of the two twolocal twolocal twolocal
local lodges of Odd Fellows Felows No 12 12and 12and 12and
and No 30 A large crowd was present presentand presentand presentand
and enjoyed the sumptuous banquet banquetspread banquetspread banquetspread
spread for them After Afer supper r the theguests theguests theguests
guests adjourned to the dance hall hal be below below below ¬
low and the remainder of the evening eveningAvas eveningwas eveningwas
was spent in Indancng dancing The affair atalr was waspronounced waspronounced waspronounced
pronounced one of the most enjoyable enjoyableof
of its is kind of this season and the te ladies ladiesproved ladiesproved I Iproved
proved themselves very capable enter entertainers entertalners eatertainers ¬
tainers tainersThe talnersThe tainersThe
The Democratic Democratc precinct committee committeewill commitee commiteewi committeewill
will wi meet tomorrow evening at hte htecounty htecounty htecounty
county court house to consider the plan planof planof planof
of campaign for the coming municipal municipalelection municIpaleleUon municipalelection
election eleUon It is the intention intenton of the thecommittee thecmmittee thecommittee
committee cmmittee of which H F FGear Gear Is Ischairman ischairman ischairman
chairman and who has issued isued the call callto cal callto
to recommend the putting puttng forward of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the strongest candidates cnldates possible for forthe forthe forthe
the varipus oilicesr oc TheJOemQcrats Tll emor t will willmake wi willmake
make a a strenuous ttrcnuous fight fght this fall fal and are areconfident areconfident areconfident
confident of victory victoryREPUBLICAN victoryREPUBLICAN victoryR
REPUBLICAN R EP U BLJ PRIMARIES PRIMARIESWill PRIMARIESWi PR I MARl ES ESWill
Will Wi Be Held on 01 Thursday Sep September September Saptember ¬
tember 28 28Special 28Special
Special to The Herald HeraldProvo HeraldProvo HeraldProvo
Provo Sept 22 22The The republican republcan city citycommittee c citycommittee y ycommitee
committee commitee met this evening and decid decided decided dodded ¬
ed to hold primaries on Thursday Sep
28 at 8 oclock at the following folowing places placesFirst placesFirst placesFirst
First ward Maeser laeser school Second Secondward Secnd Secndward Secondward
ward court house Third ward Frank Franklin FrankIn Frankha ¬
lin In school Fourth ward Parker school schoolFifth schoolFith schoolFifth
Fifth Fith ward Parker school schoolThe school schoolThe
The convention will wi be held Monday MondayOct MondayOct MondayOct
Oct 2 at 10 oclock at the opera house houseTho houseThe houseTho
Tho number of delegates delegtes from each eachward eachwar4 eachward
ward Is based on the ratio of one to toevery toever toevery
every ever ten votes cast for John W Far Farrer Farrer Farrer
rer in 1903 and is as follows folows First Firstward Firstward Firstward
ward 19 Second ward 15 Third ward
29 Fourth ward 17 Fifth Firh ward 21 21total 21total 1 1total
total 101 101DIES 101DIES 101DIES
DIES FROM FROMINJURIES FROMINJURIESLogan INJURIES INJURIESLogan INJURIESLogan
Logan Man Falls Fals From Telephone TelephoneCable TelephoneCable TelephoneCable
Cable to Death DeathLogan DeathLogan DeathLogan
Logan Sept 23 23Claude Claude Blanchard the theyoung theoung theyoung
young man m who fell fel thirtyrive reet irum iruma
a telephone cable on account of having havingtouched havingtouched havingtouched
touched a live Jve wire about a month ago agodied a agodied o odied
died as a result of his injuries last Il even evening evoning evenlag ¬
ing Blanchard was terribly burned blrued and andbruised andbruied andbruised
bruised bruied and in addition additon h htd d a a fracture fractureof
of the skull slc 1 yet he rallied raled and was wasthought wa wathought wasthought
thought to be on the th way wa to recovery recoverywhen recoverywhen recoverywhen
when suddenly he took a relapse His Hishome Hishomc Hishome
home was In Iowa and the remains will willb wi willbe
b be shipped there for interment
PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvO NOTESProvo
Provo Sept 23 2Luis 21Louisa Louisa S Kay Ka of Span Spanish Spn SpnIsh Spanisii ¬
ish Fork was granted grante a divorce by de default defaul dofault ¬
fault faul from Thomas 1homas W V Kay today on onthe onthe ontue
the grounds of failure faiure to provide and ha ¬
bitual drunkenness drnkennes Plaintiff was as given giventho giventhe giventhe
the custody of f three minor minot children chldr n na 25 25a 26a
a month alimony Umon and 25 attorney atorney fees feesThe feC feesThe
The parties partes were married In Spanish Fork ForkOct ForkOct ForkOct
Oct 20 O 1905
Nellie Nele Keplinger Keplnser of ofSprlngje Sprlngville was wasgranted wa wasgranted
granted a divorce dlvorceby by default defaul from Mar Martin Martn Martin ¬
tin tn A Keplinger Keplnger on the ground of cru cruelty cruely crucity ¬
city ely Plaintiff Plaintff was wa granted the custody custodyof custod custodof
of two minor children chidren and awarded coats coatsand coatsand costsand
and 25 attorneys atorneys fees The parties partes were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married at Sprlngvllle Springfe June 4 1 1903 1903In 1 1In 1i 1iin
In tho divorce suit of Johanna C Pe Peterson Peterson Paterson ¬
terson vs VI Niels C Peterson demurrer demurrerto demurral
to complaint complalnt was sustained and plaintiff plaintiffgiven plainttf plainttfghtn plaintiffgiven
given ghtn ten days da1i to amnd amndAlfred amndlred amandUfred
Alfred lred Peterson who hs boon with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the woolen mills mis for several years will willpo wi willgo
yers
po 10 to St Johns Ore to accept a posi position positon position ¬
tion ton In the woolen mills mis thor thorA tho thoA tliortA
A Human Slave will wi be presented Dretcmed at atthe atthe atthe
the Opera House on the 27th 27thElmer 2ithElmer 27thElmer
Elmer Daley a young man from Grand GrandJunction OraudJuncto GrandJunction
Junction Juncto charged Is with wih riding on a Rio RioGrande RioGrando
Grande Western freight train without withoutpaying wihout wihoutpayln withoutpayini
paying fare fareTho farelho fareThe
The lady students of the th Brlgham BrlghamYouncr UrlghlJ llrighamYoung
Young Youn university universiy gave a reception in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of Miss Emma Cve Lucy reepton Gates Gata thu thuafternoon thuJafernoon thiafternoon
afternoon afernoon In appreciation appreciaton of the found foundIng foundIng foundlug
Ing by Miss Uss Gates of the Lucy B B Young
laboratory laborator of domestic science of the In Institution Insttton Institution ¬
stitution sttton Miss Gates arrived artvod at 418 and andwas nndwas andwas
was met at the depot by a delegation delegaton of oflady oflady oflady
lady students representing repreentnl the various variousdepartments variousdepartments
departments and taken to tho university universitywhere universitwhere universitywhere arous arousdepartments
where she met the students studcnb and an en enjoyable enjoyable enjoyable ¬
joyable programme progamme of songs speeches speechesetc 5pechel
etc was rendered renderedMERCUR rcnderedM renderedMERCUR
MERCUR M ERCU R NEWS NOTES NOTESMercur NOTESMereuI NOTESderrur
Mercur MereuI Sept 23 2iLTlie The family 1lmJy of Of Mar Marshal Marshal Marahal ¬
shal Crawford have the thehortfel heartfelt sym sympathy s sympathy m mpathy ¬
pathy of their many friends Ip 11 their theirsorrow theirsorrow theirsorrow
sorrow over the loss of one of their theirtwin theirtwin theirtwin
twin babies The remains were taken takento
to Lchl vnsterdav for burial burialThe burialThe burialThe
The Merc Mr Ircs Fraternal hall hal presented presenteda pre 9nt d da
a lively Ivcly scene last night the occasion occasionbeing occasionbeing occasionbeing
being the semiannual festivities lesUltei of the theLadies theLadies
Ladies of the Maccabees M ccabees A short sfort pro programme programme ¬
gramme of recitations reciatons and sons sonGs was waseiven wasiven wasaiven
eiven after afer which all al tested teste their theirknowledge theirknovledge theirknowledge
knowledge of aeocranhy eoJra hy In a 1 guesslns guesslnscontest le5sln le5slncontest guessinicontest
contest on Island characteristics characteristcs In Inwhich Inwhlch Inwhich
which Miss U8s LUHe Lle Toy won iades ladles first fjratprize frstprize firstprize
prize and and Miss 1Iss Maggie Macari second secondThe Hoond Hoondrhe secondThe
The gentlemens cntemens first arize was won by byJames byJame iyJames
Jame James Quirk the te consolation cnsolaton going iu iuJosejjh ll toJos
Jos Josejjh O 9h ph Garland G DelclouS Delicious rafrashinuntswere f rafrashinunts rqrroslpnuntseraisered r l t unts untsycr
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LIVELYROW LIVELY ROW pW OVER QYEROPENING OVERQPLN1FGSCHOOL I ItlP
OPENING tlP QPLN1FGSCHOOL QPLN1FGSCHOOLLongfellow NINIG SCHOOL SCHOOLLongfellow SGHOOLLongfelow
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Longfelow Longfellow Building Bqidngls Is Bone of Con Contention Contenton Contention ¬ I
tention Witk ith Board of Education EducationMEETING EducationMEETING EducationMEETING
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MEETING HELD IN SECRET SECRETACTION SECRETI SECRETACTION I IACTION
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ACTION IS DEFERRED UNTIL UNTILNEXt
NEXt NExt NEXtSESSION NEXtSESSIONAfter SESSION SESSIONAfter SESSI N NAfer
After Afer a long and bitter biter debate in ex exeautive exeQutvc cxeutive
eautive eQutvc session yesterday afternoon afternoonthe afernoon afernoonthe
the board of education voted to post postpone postpone postpane ¬
pone action acton on onthc the matter mater of reopening reopeningthe
the Longfellow Lngfelow school scho l building buiding First Firstand I Iand iand
and J streets which was closed last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year by b order of the city board of ofhealth ofhoalh ofhealth
health healthThqmas hoalh healthThqmas
Thqmas and Giauque were the chief chiefdebaters chletdabaters chiefdebaters 1
debaters Thomas favoring the plan of ofplacing atplacing ofplacIng
placing the building buiding in a sanitary saniary con condition condlton condition ¬
dition dlton and reopening it to relieve releve the thecongestion thecongeston thecongestion
congestion congeston In that neighborhood while whileGiauque whie whieGlauquc whileGinuque
Giauque was strongly opposed to the theidea theiden thern thernide
idea ide
ideaThe The question queston came before the board boardin I
in a a favorable report from om the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee on teachers and school work of ofwhich ofwhich i iwhich
which Cummings is chairman Thomas Thomasand Thomasand
and Giauque had a stormy exchange exchangeover exchangeover exchangeover I
over the matter mater before the board as assembled assembled assembled ¬
sembled During this passage Giauque Giauqueaccused Gauque Gauqueaccused Giauqueaccused
accused Thomas of discussing the mat matters mattels matters ¬
ters tels with wih outsiders outsider and of predicting predictingthere predictng predictngthere predictingthere
there would be a row over It f an ac accusation accusaton accusation ¬
cusation cusaton which homas denied with withconsiderable wih wihconsiderable withconsiderable
considerable heat heatVice heatVice heatVice
Vice President H P Henderson as assumed a assumed ¬
sumed the chair in the absence of ofPresident otPresident ofPresident
President Moyle when the board went wentinto wentinto wentinto
into session In addition addion to Judge JudgeHenderson JudgeHenderson JudgeHenderson
Henderson Messrs Cummings Martin MartinGiauque Martn MartnGlauque MartinGiauque
Giauque Newman Thomas and Obern Oberndorfer Oberndorter Oberndarter
darter were present Mr Edwards came camein camein ame amein
in later and remained during part of oftho oftho oftho
tho discussion discussionOn
On motion moton of Oberndorfer the board boardwent boardwent boardwent
went into executive executve session immediate immediately immelate ¬
ly after ater assembling assemblng at 130 oclock and andremained andremained andremained
oclock remained in session sesion until unti after afer aferoclock 3 3oclock 3oclock
Debate Is Lively LivelyAt Lvely LvelyAt
At times tmes the debate waxed so vigor vigorous vIgorous vigorous ¬
ous that the sound of the voices was wasplainly wasplainlY wasplainly
plainly audible in the corridor All Al the themembers themembers tileiombers
members present put in an occasional occasionalword occasionalword occasionalword
word but the argument was confined confinedchiefly confinedchleOy confinedchiefly
chiefly to Messrs Thomas and Giauque Giauquewith Glauquewith Giauquewith
with Martin fartn and Newman as chief sup supporters suporters supporters ¬
porters orters of Giauque while whie several severalothers severl severlothers severalothers
others manifested maniested a disposition dispositon to side sidewith sidewith
with Thomas ThomasThe ThomasThe ThomasThe I
The Longfellow Longfelow school is an eight eightroom eightroom eightroom
room building bUldlng but because of lack of ofsewer ofsewer ofsewer
sewer connections connectons it i cannot be opened openeduntil openedunti openeduntil
until unti an amount estimated estmated at 3000 has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been expended expendet to place it I in good con condition conditon condition ¬
dition diton Giauque Gauque was opposed to this thisexpenditure thisexpendiure thisexpenditure
expenditure expendiure and argued that the crowd crowded ¬
ed conditions condfons of other schools in that thatneighborhood thatneighborhood thatneighborhood
neighborhood could not be relieved releved by bytransferring bytransferrIng bytransferring
transferring pupils pupis while whie Thomas dif differed differed differed ¬
fered and argued in favor of placing placingthe placingthe placingthe
the building in condition conditon and opening openingit op nlng nlngit
it as soon oon as possible possibleAt
At length on motion moton of Cummings Cummlngsaction Cummingsacton Cummingsaction
action acton on the matter mater was deferred deferr d un until unt until ¬
til t the next regular meeting meetng of the theboard theboard theboard
board which wi will be on Oct 3 3drive 3drive 3drive
drive over 011 to Stockton this evening eveningwhere cvenlngwherc eveningwhere
where they will wi be joined joine by the Ophir Ophirlodge Ophir10dJo Ophiriodgo
lodge 10dJo In a reunion rc nlon of Odd Fellowship FellowshipIn Felowship FelowshipIn
In Tooelc county countyParker countyParker countyParker
Parker B Pratt Prat and Fred Myton ton left leftcamp lef leftcamp
camp cmp today tod y They wi will spend a few fewdays tewda fewdays
days da in Salt Lake City after aCer which whichboth whichboth whichboth
both will wI depart for Delamur Nev NevDr Ne NeDr NevDr
Dr Barry was a passenger to o Suit Lake LakeCity LakeCiy LakeCity
City Ciy today todayF todl
F B Sullivan Sulvan master mechanic of the theConsolidated theConsoldated theConsolidated
Consolidated Consoldated Mcrcur company has moved movedhis movedhis movedhis
his family faml to Mercur They lhey are occupy occupying occUPYlug occupying ¬
ing rooms at the Crafton Crafon House HousePARK HousePARK HousePARK
PARK CITY HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGSPark
Park City Clt Sept 23 2he 23The The work of re repairs repair repairs ¬
pairs pair at the Lincoln school sewerage sys system s systern s ster ¬
tem ter is about complete so that a trial tral of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new cesspool may Iay be made on Mon Monday Monday Ion Ionay ¬
day < ay The 1he work was done during the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer and a a shaft s1aft over eighty feet was wassunk wassunk wassunk
sunk so that it i was thought the water watervould Wterauld wgterould
auld seep away but after afer about a aweeks aweks aweeks
weeks weks use the entire entre shaft filled fied with withwater wih wihwater withwater
water so that the entire entre system s stem at the theschool theBchool theschool
school was Wa put out of commission At Atonce Atonce Atonce
once the hole hcle was reopened and the work workof workof workof
of sinking it deeper was taken up Three Threeshifts Threeshifs Threeshifts
shifts shifs were put to work so that the wprk wprkmight wprkmight wprkmight
might be done as a quickly as possible l > ssible and andtho nndthe andthe
the shaft was driven down until a strata strataof stata stataot strataof
of gravel was encountered into which whichthree whichthree whichthree
three short short drifts drit were driven so as tS to tojrhjp togW togii
jrhjp gii the greatest possible seepage sur surfaee surfaie surface
face gW faie It I is now thought that the work workWill workWi workwill
Will Wi be successful and that the school schoolsewerage schoolsewerage schoolsewerage
sewerage will wi be In good working order orderfor ordertor orderfor
for many many years cars to come comeLast comeLast comeLast
Last evening evenln the Woodmen 1Yoomen of the theWorld theorld theWorld
World orld gave an open meeting motng after the theregular thereglar theregular
regular reglar gve meeting meetng of the lodge to which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were invited Invied the friends of members to together together together ¬
gether with wih their wives wlvc and families famies gen generally generaly generally ¬
erally eraly A short musical programme progamme was wasrendered wasr wasrendered
rendered r ndered after afer whlcn an address by b State StateOrganizer State StateOrganizer StateOrganizer
Organizer Turner Ture was made The enter entertalnment entertalnment entertainment
talnment was Wa followed folowed by the serving of ofrefreshments ofrefreshments ofrefreshments
refreshments refreshmentsLocal refreshmentsLocal refreshmentsLocal
Local politics poltcs are beginning to warm warmup warmup warmup
up a little ltte and ad occasionally occaslonal one hears hearsthe hearsthe
the th name of a a prospective prospectve candidate for foroffice foroffice i ioffce
office offce The date of the conventions eonventons and andcaucuses andcaucuses andcaucuses
caucuses has not been rlxed and until untilthe unt untilthe
the the matter mater of securing securlnl nominations takes takesform takesform
form in a a more definite defnite shape than at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present there will wi be no great great demonstra demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
tion nor statement ftatcment of desire for office on onthe onthe onthe
the part of anxious citizens citizensOwen citzens citzensOwen citizensOwen
Owen Grant who was hurt last lat Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day at the DalyWest DalVct mine is now im improved improve4 ¬
proved so s much that he is able to be
around streets streetsThe
The hie usual church services srvlco will wi be held heldat heldat heldat
at the various churches of Park City Clt to tomorrow tomorow toniorrow ¬
morrow morrowA morow morowA
A Human Slave will wi be the attrac attraction aUracton attraction ¬
tion ton at the Dewey Dewe theatre on Monday Mondayevening Mondayovenlng Mondayevening
evening eveningDEATH ovenlngDEATH eveningDEATH
DEATH OF MRS WERRITT WERRITTBingham WERRIT WERRITTBingliam
Bingham Junction Juncton Sept 23 21Mrs 23Mrs Mrs Har Harriet Harriet Harnet ¬
riet Werritt Verrlt wife wie of Thomas Werritt Werrittdied Werrittdied Yerrlt
died at this place after ater a lingering Ingdring Ill 111nass 1 Illness
ness n ss of several s ral weeks The deceased was wasborn wasborn as asborn
born In England EnJland jog A ng 19 1823 182 and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been identified Identfed with the early ear pioneer pioneerwork pioneerwork
work of this state statt Her husband sur survives survives survivos ¬
vives her The funeral will wi be held at atthe atthe atthe
the East Jordan ward warp houso Monday MondaySept MondaySept MondaySept
Sept 25 2 2LOSES
LOSES CROPS BY FIRE FIRERichfield FIRERi FIRERi
Richfield Ri hfeld hfield Sept 22 22A 22A A fire supposed to tobe tobe tobe
be of Incendiary origin destroyed Qestro cd the thebarn thebarn thebarn
barn corral sheds about ito 1 tons of ofhay othay
hay 1 a and two stacks stack of grain on the thefarm tu turarm thefarm
farm of Christian Christan Johnson at Elsinon ElsinonThursday EhInonThursday ElsinortThursday
Thursday morning The loss Is esti estimated est estimated ¬
mated at about 1000 lOO and falls verj verjheavily vel ver verheavily
heavily heaviy on Mr Johnson as his entire entirecrop entirecrop
crop cro of this year ear is practically practicaly lost lostFAIR lostFAIR lostFAIR
FAIR WAS A SUCCESS SUCCESSParowan SUCCESSParowan SUCCESSParowan
Parowan Sept 20 20The The Iron count countfair countfair countfair
fair In progress progess during the presen presenweek preen preenweek presenweek
week was a success from from every stand standpoint standpoint standpoint
point Every Ever department was well wel rep represented tes represented
resented re nted while whie the th display of livestocl livestoclhas lvestocl lvestoclhas livestocihas
has never been excelled exceled Inthis In this county countyThere count countyTherewere
There Therc Therewere were races and sports every ever aft afternoon afternoon afternoon
ernoon which served to enliven enlven the oc ocqasion ocqaslon ocqasion
qasion
DATE OF FUNERAL FUNERALSET FUNERALSETSpecial SET SETSpecial SETSpcclal
Special to The Herald HeraldProvo HoraldiProvo HoraldProvo
Provo opt pt 22 22t me n as iuiu 1 UI > n t servlc servlcof Hervl servicof
of airs 1rs Frederick Scott will wi be he heSunday heSunday lieSunday
Sunday at the Congregational churc churcat clurC chureat
at 2 oclock
9000 BELL TELEPHONES TELEPHONESIN
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Garn aIn of f 2OOO 2OO Since Since January January1st January1sthiphenoinon 1st 1stBlme
4 pnenomonal increi increase ma made o po poEIejlirought1ie
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Orientkugs OrientkugsAmong Orient Rugs RugsAmong R gs gsAmong
Among Ourfalians Ourfalias stowing of 0 ori orientals ori orientals 0 0entals ¬
entals ae are many masterpieces masterpiecesSome masterpieces masterpiecesSome masterpiecesSome
Some of them were on exnibit k1b1t at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis L n is at tne the worlds s fair fairMany f fairM ir irManywon
medals medalsYour medalsYour medalsYour
Many Manywon M anywon won
Your inspection inspection of this magnificent magnificentcollection magnifcent magnifcentcolection magniGcentI
I collection colection ection of 0 rugs is IS cordially cordialy COr ia y invited invitedAssuredly invitd invitdfssUedl invite inviteAsswiedly
Assuredly fssUedl the tw largest largest showing shouig of rare rarerugsm rare1ugs rarerztgsiittlwwest
rugsm 1ugs rztgsiittlwwest the lwwest west
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CONCERTS BY CHILD CHRDGENIUS CHRDGENIUSBerlino GENIUS GENIUSBerlino GENIUSBerlno
Berlino Berlno Children Chidren Will Wi Appear at Phil Phillips Phl Phllps Phillips ¬
lips lps Congregational Congegtpnal Church ChurchThis Chuch ChuchThis ChurchThis
This Week WeekA VeekI
I A unique event in the coming week AveekIs welk welkIs
Is that furnished in the Berlino Berlno recital recitalwhich recitalwhich j jwhich
which takes place at Phillips Phiips Congre Congregational Congregational ¬ I
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gational gtional church The three Berlino Berlinochildren Berlno BerlnoI Berlnochidren Berlinochildren
children chidren have attracted much notice noticesince nolct notietsince I Isince
since coining to Salt Sal Lake Lke and the last lastopportunity lastopportunity i iopportuniy
opportunity opportuniy of hearing them before beforethey beforethey I
they leave leve for the coast comes Mon Monday 1on Monday ¬ I Ida
day da afternoon afernoon at a matinee matnee concert and andon andon andon
on Tuesday evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The oldest boy David is a pianist pianistof I Iof
of very remarkable remarkble technique forsuch forsucha for such sucha I Ia
a child chid having ba ving a repertoire of classical classicalnumbers classicl classicalnumbers
numbers amazing amazing for his years includ including IncludIng includlog ¬ I
ing selections from Bach Mozart Bee Beethoven Beethove ¬
selectons
thoven Chopin and Schubert SchubertMaster SchubertMaster SchubertMaster I
Master Robert only 4 years old has hassome hassome
some of the same genius and plays a asecond aseond asecond I
second seond to his brother besides possess possessing possessing possessing ¬
ing unusual linguistic lnguistc attainments attainmentsMaster atainments atainmentsMaster attainmentsMaster
Master Clarence Is a phenomenal phenomenalchild phenomenalchld phenomenalchild
child chld whose memory feats are wonder wonderful wonderfuJ wonderful ¬
ful fuJ This trio will wi give an entertain entertainment entertainment entertainmont ¬
ment assisted by Mrs Kate Bridewell BridewellAnderson Bridewel BrideweilAnderson I
Anderson and other local artistes artistesPlerpont artjstess artjstesPierpont I Ii
s I IPleront
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Plerpont School of Oratory and Phy Physical PhYsical Physical ¬
sical Culture Templeton building buildingClasses buiding buildingClasses
Classes In all al departments now in prog progress progress progress ¬ I
ress daily Enrollments Enrolments should be made madeearly madeearly l
early earlyPhenomenal earlyPhenomena1 earlyPhenomenal
Phenomenal Berlino Berlno babes give gve their theirlast theirlast theirlast
last recitals recials in Salt Sal Lake Phillips Phillipschurch Phiips Phiipschurch Phillipschurch
church Fifth Fith South and Seventh East EastMonday Eastlondayat EastMonday
Monday londayat at 3 Tuesday at 8 25 and am 35 35cents I Int icents
cents nt I Ii IModern i
Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyleCo DoyleCo
Co 21 211 State steet street Phone 162 12You 162You 162You
You get more out of every everycigar everycigar everycigar
cigar you buy at Schramms Schrammsthan Schrammsthan Schrammsthan
than you do anywhere nywh re else in inthe inthe inthe
the country countryWe countr countrWe countryWe
We pride prde ourselves upon car carrying carrying carrying ¬ I
rying the finest assortment assorment of ofKey ofKey ofKey
Key West and Havana cigars cigarsof cigar I Iof
of the te best quality qualit made madeThere mde mdeThere madeThere
There is i a certain ceri odium odiumahout odiu odiumabout I Iabout
about the te average averge drug store storecigar stre strecigar storecigar I Ithat
cigar but the highclass hghclass trade tradethat tradethat
that has hs been attracted attctd by the thegoods thegoods thegoods
goods we sell sel has hs dispelled dspeled any anythought anythought anythought
thought of that tat up our way wayITice wayIce wayNice
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will Wi qukkly detect dettt dete t the artistit artst i fea features t ta tatures a atures ¬
tures that are arC plainly evident evIdCnt in iii the thefinish thpnish theInish
finish of every Every piano iano in our 00 salesroom salesroomEars salesroommars salesiouinEars
Ears trained to music musiC can tell tf1 by run running running itiiining ¬
ning their hands over the keys ke s that thateach thatech thateach
each ech piano is sweet toned rich in vol volume yolume volurne ¬
ume and of unequalled unequaled carrying carr ing ca capacity capaciy capacify ¬
pacify pacityTake paciy pacifyTake
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