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THE SALT S LT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY Y JUNE Jl E 16 1906 19O 5
OGDEN OGDENI NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 WashIngton Avenue AvenueOgden AvenueOgden
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Ogden Saturday Juno 16
SCHOOL BOARD BOARDIN IN SESSION SESSIONThe
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The board of education met last even ven ¬
ing The finance committee reported
having paid teachers and benefit salaries s1arfeamOunting sriesZflOuntlng
amounting to 732255 732 and leaving avin re received received ree1Ved ¬
ceived from the sale of grade de books 9M52 SSi2 i
leaving a balance of cash on hand of ofWU o or244 1 1H 1The
WU WUThe r244The H
The superintendent Superint n4ent submitted a report
showing the enrollment for the month
ending June 1 to be 4194 th the average
number belonging 4 40i8 < KSf the percentage
ft nt attendance on average number be ¬
longing is 962 9b 9 and the percentage peroenta e of
punctuality 998
Superintendent All AIIIIOn ton also reported reportedtistical
that he had con considered klerecl his ADnual sta ta
tistical report which hicb would be vent t to
the state superintendent superint nt to be made a apart apart apart
part of his report to the legislature This Thisshowed ThisflhoWed This1owed
showed 1owed 4815 children registered regi tered in the
city schools during the year There were re
245 45 4 boys and 262 2 girl who entered during durin
the year The number of children in the thecity thetIt3 th thcltJ
city between the ages a of 6 and 18 years
wai given as 6236 23 The number of pro promotions promotIons promOtions ¬
motions were 740 boy and SSI girls rla The
number of graduates were 198 198thirtyfive thirtyfive
having graduated friH fr tH the regular tout fixtfear fouroar
7 > ear course and fl1 twentytwo from the theCommercial theItnmerdal themmerciaI
Commercial departments
The board appointed the same janitors
for the summer as were named last year yearwith yearwith yearwLth
with the exception of Mr Port who w o Was waanamed WasI1amed wasnamed
named for the Dee school at a salary of oft
t 6 > 6 per month m JIth No o janitor was IIS named for forthe
the Lewis school because of the improve improvements Improvem Improvenients ¬
ments m nts installed there lere
Superintendent William Allison AJII on Prin Principals Principais ¬
cipals D H Adams and J J Harris
the > board of examiners made the follow follo ¬
ing report as a result of the teachers ex examination exammation ex2mnatIou ¬
amination mad JUIM 1112 Grammar Grammargrades GraolluluirbradesR8ftewWe GrsnuauargradsBenwabl
bradesR8ftewWe grades Renewable Sauna mma Boffman
Alta Cooley Coole Lillian Stanley grammar grammargrades grammargrades grammargrades
grades not renewable Thora Williams W lliams
Floy FIo Williams il1iams Margaret Shipley Marion
Rfld D N Newton Olive IUackbam1Cll BJackham
Lauilft Stanley primary grades nul not re rerewable rerewable reTeWable
rewable Btta ta Halvoreen Hal Mary Donathy
Marion arfon Belknap Jennie Hamill and Mrs
Kate Van Dyke DykeThe DykeTh DykeThe
The Th treasurers report for May showed showedwarrants showedvarrants showedivarrants
warrants paid in the sum of 397997S 799i8 One Oneapplication Oneapplication Oneapplication
application for a janitorship and sixteen sixteenapplications sixteenapplications sixteenapplications
applications for teachers positions were werereceived wererefied werereceived
received and filed Miss M June Pierce Pierceapplied Pierce3PP Pierceapplied
applied 3PP d for the principalship of the Lewis LewisShool Lewisrhool LewisshooI
Shool Miss iIi Elsa Dangers reported that thathit thatbill thatht
hit ht > had accepted to teach at Seattle
Miss l1ss Liilie A Leantan also announced anhoune d
that she he had accepted a position else elsewhere elsewhere ¬
where hfrp Mrs n Marion G Burton urtee who re received refllfd rePived ¬
ceived a leave of absence ab ence for a year on onaccount onaCCOunt onaccount
account of ill health informed the boarjl boarI
t that hat j hp ne was ready ady to resume her duties
Bids for supplying IllUppl tn desks dfJ ks for the next nextschool nxtsthool t tshool
school y year ar were received from the Og O ¬
den Furniture A Carpet company and B
A McMillan of c Salt Lake They were re ¬
ferred to the supply committee committeeFALLS eommit eommitFALLS committeeFALLS
FALLS FROM WINDOW WINDOWBoy V INDOW INDOWBoy
Boy Lights on Stone Steps and andBreaks andBfeitks andBreaks
Breaks His H is Arm ArmWalter ArmVaIter ArmWaiter
Walter the 6yearold eon of J E
Browning residing residtn at 4tt 4 Twentywventh Twentywventhstreet
street while at play yesterday ye terda7 afternoon afternoonat
at the residence of J X Browning ac accidentally accdenta1ly ¬
cidentally fell from a window down a apair ara aratr
ra pair r nf stone step ste leading to the base basement bafOment basement ¬
ment of the houte The little fellows fellowsarm fellowsi1rm fellowsarm
arm was fractured fr ctured and he wa wu badly cut cutiboiit
bout the head Dr Ezra Rich was wassummoned wasrummoned as asummone41
summoned and reduced the fracture fractureNew fractureNew fractureNew
New Job for Vanoe VanoeV 1 1A
A V B Vance who will be b succeeded llUCCee ed by
II Cordon as a special agent for th ths the thelthern I
s ithern Pacific will be appointed to a as
I s sticn tion under Depot Master J 1 Keating Keatin
J th thc P > Union depot Mr Vance will first firstj I
j q 1 the position of pseencer director directorw
¼ > w held by D M Lytle while w tie the lat latr lat4r
> 4r > r is 1 on his vacation and will cover the theCither thecther theether
Cither jobs during vacation time after afterwhich afterwhich afterwhich
which he will ill be > givert gi rt a permanent post positiOn poston postzion
zion on on the force
SALOON MEN WIN WINThey WINThey WINThey
They Are Acquitted of Selling SellingLiquor SellingLiquor
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Liquor to Minors MinorsThe MinorsThe MinorsThe
i The o8 ease against several saloon keepers keeperswas keeperswas
was concluded in the municipal court yes yesterday yesterdAY yesterday ¬
terday The charge against the defend defendants defendauts defendants ¬
ants Was sailing aHn Ikpwr to minors and andcame andcame andcame
came about through throu the alleged confes confession confesMon ¬
Mon 0f f a twsntyyearoid boy b A detislan detislanfavorable deelslenfaorable deelelenfavorable
favorable to the saloon men was ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered The court held that the proprie proprietors proprietors proprietms ¬
tors could not be e held responsible for the theacts theaeta theaets
acts of their bartenders especially when whanthey whenthey whenthty
they had Instructions against the sets aetscharged setsc actsoherged
c charged chargedSecond ohergedSecond ged gedSecond
Second Operation O eratlon Necessary NecessaryEber
Eber Taylor TIl lor of Harrisville who was op operated opcrated
erated upon several months ago for can cancer cancar
cer of the stomach at which time one onehalf oneblt onehalf
half of the stomach was removed has hasundergone MoSunder hasundergone
undergone under a second operation which was wasperformed WAilpoprtormed wasperformed
performed by Dr E L C Rich at the Og
den general hospital a few days ago ago1alor
Taylor recovered from the first opera operation operattoa ¬
tion rapidly and f felt lt better than he had hadfor hadfor
for years A second operation became becamenecessary becamery becameneeeecaI7
I necessary ry Both operations were remark remarkable rem remarkable rk rkaWe ¬
able being the only surgical work 8t 8tI f fthis fthis
this kind ever done in Ogden The pa patient patient ¬ i
I tient is gaining strength daily dailyOgden dail dailOgden dailyOgcen
Ogden Briefs BriefsAn BriefsAn BriefsAn
An action aetl n to recover 53M 3 1M altered al ed to be beue be4J1e bedpe
4J1e ue on a promissory note was filed in the thedistrict thedl
district dl trtct court yesterday by E M Allieon AllieonST
ST I agfeinfet Isat t J J J Varney rney et ux usMBS uxJOItts uxM1e
MBS Etef lsle Summers of Roxburg Ida Idawas Idawas
was a taken to the Ogden general hospital hospitalyesterday hospitalyesterday
yesterday and operated on for appendi appendicitis appendlU8 appendieftis ¬
citis U8 Her H t recovery lecov ry fe certain certainThe e cttbThe taJn taJnThe
The union barbers of Ogden will give a aconcert aconcert aconcert
concert and dance at Glenwood park next nextThursday nextThuraday nextThursday
Thursday evening enlng for the benefit of the thefamily thefamily
family of the late William 71lItam Kent KentThird KentThird KentThird
Third VJce President C Vf V Maler of the
Brotherhood of o Locomotive Firemen en enroute enroute enroute
route to his home in Peoria Ill from a atrip atrip atrip
trip to the coast was 115 in Ogden yesterday yesterdayMarriage yesterdaMarriage yesterdayMarriage
Marriage licenses have been issued to toPercy toPercy toPercy
Percy Purcell 28 S and Miss Stella Grif Griffin Griffin Griffin ¬
fin 22 Z both of St Louis and to S M MItersbaw 31Ierehaw
Kershmw 27 and Miss Viola May Gibson Glbs Ibeon Ibeonboth < > n nboth
25 both of Ogden OgdenW Ogdenw
W J A Turner commenced an action in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Second district court yesterday yesterdayasahiat yesterday3I yesterdayagainst
against 3I allNlt H L I Taylor to recover 800 O al alto ¬
leged to be due on a promissory note un under untier undot ¬
tier date of Nov ov 1 1S06 1S06Horace 1MiiHorace 19O 19OHorace
Horace G Foster city circulator for the
Utah State Journal has severed his con connections connections connections ¬
nections with that paper and will travel travelin
in the intereet int re t of 0 the Kinsey Collapsible CoUapslbleBox
Box company of this city
Attorney T D Johnson Joh leaves le ves today t dll dy
for Nashville Tenn where he will visit lsft
his h parents JWl ts He will return in about two twoweeks twoeeks twoweeks
weeks eeks accompanied by b his family which
has been visiting there for some time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The work of spraying the elm trees of
the city with kerosene emulsion to kill killthe killthe killthe
the elm louse was Ias commenced yesterday yesterdayu yesterdayuntici
under u th the direction of County Fruit Tree
Inspector In pector R It E Wilson The county countysprayer countyjprayer countyjprayer
jprayer is being used for this work workJ ork orkJ
J J Brummitt a real estate agent agentcollided agentcollided agentcollided
collided with a wagon wa on while coasting
down the Twentyfifth street hill on a bi bicycle blCcle bicycle ¬
cycle yesterday e terday He struck the wagon
full force and is now exhibiting exhibltin a badly bacil bacilblackened bedlblackened
blackened eye and his face is filled with withcuts wit witcuts 1th 1thcuts
cuts and an bruises bruisesProfessor bruisesProfessor bruisesProfessor
Professor L B Austin principal of the
Ogden High School leaves lea ves today for forvannton
Bvanston Bvan ton Wyo where he will join a aparty 3 3party aparty
party of Chicago Chica o people who will make a atrip atrip atrip
trip covering a period of eight weeks weeksthrough weeksthrough
through thro h Yellowstone park The trip will willbe willbe willbe I
be made from Evanston by wagon wagonWhile wagonbi1e wagonVhile
While bi1e Mr and Mrs Jacobson were ab absent absent absent ¬
sent from their apartments at the Ar Arcade Arcade Arcede ¬
cade rooming house yesterday est8rda a sneak sneakthief snukthief sneakthief
thief entered and appropriated a razor razorand rll20rand razorand
and a gold ring The police located the therazor therazor therazor
razor in a second hand store and after aftergetting aftergetting aftergetting
getting a description of the man who whopawned wboJMl1 whopawned
pawned JMl1 ed it arrested Joseph Ainsworth Ainsworthwho Alnsw Alnsworthwho rth rthwho
who confessed to the robbery robbe As Ains
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Ob Ohdear Bear wkat wJtata a a j mean e a doctor but ut ibea plain facts are best to toknow toknow iok1lOw
know so we may 1 cut ut out the things that hurt hurtAtone burtA hurtAboic
Atone A O1S 4 yfeftrs 5 age g a Oin man w w t tfjo to Giriaaaj for Is l Health Healthand ieelthnd lth lthJnd
and nd to wC0D8uft consult one of the famous physicians in Berlin BerlinThe BerlinTIle Berlinfhe
The Dr found him a nerrous wreck suffering from l0iii9X l0iii9Xand loss p f gk leup leuparid p pand
and constipation ecJII pation and about 50 O Ibs 11 1b > > 5 off his 1 s itaual Y weight teeigfetBut waightBut weightBut
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the matter with wit me wbatevftr wiIa but t what w t could co1 d be entirely entir1 cured in ix 90 90days JOdays Q Qdays
days IQT letting 1ettiu < < ovffe aad othftr t stimwfaflts Nm iut alone and dieting dietingSo
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boiled bo d i nGuh tieh u h The iiaxt t meal m td it was wasae wasaet i ii a e t
t i lfl I I seeaatd to begin m to get g t well 11 at ct1 otos BQ Q akd kept it it t up P until u il ilI I If II Ii
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1 gained ba 1I batk df m ffly y 50 O lIIso The aaid > d all th tle aid id jwk 4k tim times from i wfee e left leftfor leftt t tt
t t for go good d 2 Now w I am in 1D j piim pn health 1th fiae appetite ttttdJJkep bd5 ii iiaby like likea
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Theres a Reason for forPOS forPOSUM
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worth has a penitentiary record a charge chargeof
of burglary will be made against him himThe himThe himThe
The following officers have been bc n elected electedby e1ectodby electedby
by the Ogden Cricket club for the ensu ensuing ensuIng ¬
ing season President George Parker Parkersecretarytreasurer ParkersQteta Parkcrsecretartroasurer
secretarytreasurer sQteta troasurer R J McCartney McCartneycaptain McCartnecaptain McCartneycaptain
captain Ben Marriott j assistant captain
i William Shipley The club has a mem membership membstJblp membership ¬
bership of abeut ab ut thirty thirtyIt
It is claimed that the reduction of 30 30cents it itcents O Ocents
cents per ton on coal < 081 during the summer summerwill summerwill summerwill
will not affect the prices in Ogden owing
to the fact that the local dealers have all allstored allstored allstored
stored their supply for the season This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was done under the impression lmpre sion that there therewould tberewoud therewould
would be no reduction in the stored coal
this yean yeanAccording yearAccordIng enr enrAccording
According to a decision d lslon of Judge Mur Murphy Murphy Murphy ¬
phy In the municipal l court yesterday to toargue toargue toargue
argue with an officer that is arresting arrestingyour arrestingour
your our friend Is not interfering with an of officer offlcer 0 0fleer ¬
fleer in the discharge of his duties I 1 R RVan RVan
Van Patten was arrested arrest d on such a acharge ncharge acharge
charge several days ago and the case casewas cuewas easewas
was called l1ed yesterday Van Patten was wasdischarged wasdlBchatrged wasdlschrged
discharged without cost costDr costDr costDr
Dr K S Joyce returned yesterday from
Boston where he had been in attendance attendanceat
at the Medical Mens association a elation He
brought with his two rings rlnvs set with gon genuine gonufne gonulne ¬
uine Barrios diamonds which he pre presented preented presented ¬
sented to J T W V Abbott manager of the th thG
G A Lowe company and S W Badeon Badeona
a local druggist druggistThe druggistThe druggistThe
The Oregon Or n Short Line through its itscount Uscou ItscouseI
count cou couseI C R HoHingsworth yesterday
filed an n appeal in the district court from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the judgment of the municipal court In
the matter of Ralph Wilcox against that thatcompany thatoomPfiny thatbompeny
company Wilcox recovered damages for
being betn forced to walk into Ogden from the
Utah Hot Springs because the train was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not stopped at that station stationPainting stationT stationPainting stationPainting
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Painting PaintingAnd
And n general decorating F P Keate KeateE
32 E 6th South Bell phone 1610Y 1G10YHOME 1610YHOME 1610YHOME
HOME COOKING COOKINGGood COOKINGGood COOKINGGood
Good homecooked food served from I
7 a a m till 8 p in 18 W Third So SoIf SoIt SoIf
If you want the children to enjoy enjoythemselves enjoythemselves
themselves just send them to Cal Calders Calders Calders
ders dersThe dersThe dersThe
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The Monarch Visible Typewriter Typewriteris
is the th uptodate typewriter typewriterPembroke typewriterPembroke i iPembroke
Pembroke Stationery Co sell it itc itAlread ItAlready I IAlready
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Already Alread the attendance at Caldera Calderahas Caldershas Calderahas
has given it the stamp of public ap approval approva approvel ¬
proval provalStreet prova provaARt provelARE
ARt PLANNING TO TOFORCE TOFORCELOCKOUT
FORCE FORCELOCKOUT FORCELOCKOUTStreet LOCKOUT LOCKOUTStreet
Street Car Mens Scheme to
Secure Companys Recog Recognition Recognition Recognition ¬
nition of Their Union UnionPlans UnionPlans UnionPlans
Plans were formulated last ight at the theexecutive theexecutive theexecuUve
executive meeting of the Street and Elec Electric Electoo Electric ¬
tric Railway Employee Emplo es union to put the thaUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah Light and Railway company in inposition inposition a aposition
position where It will either have to rec recognize recognm recognize ¬
ognize the union or declare a lockout lockoutagainst lockoutagalmJt lockoutagainst
against union men menThe menThe menThe
The grievances of the street car men
have been placed in the bands of the com companys companys cornpanys ¬
panys officials and now noW the union is isworking isworking I Iworking
working for a 8 hearing Developments D eJopme t3 are areexpected areexpected areexpected
expected within the next thirtysix hours
but C O Pratt the national 1 representa representative repre5entatlve representative ¬
tive of the union says that there will be beno beno beno
no strike Their plans are to settle the
differences in a 8 peaceable manner mannerGeenral mannerGeenral mannerGeenral
Geenral Manager r Robert S Campbell Campbellsaid Campbellsaid Campbellsaid
said yesterday that the company would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not recognize the street car mens union unionbut unionbut unionbut
but would meet its employes emplo es individually individuallyor
or collectively as its employes From the theposition theposition theposition
position taken by b both parties it is be believed believed ¬
lieved that the trouble will come to a acrisis Iicrisis acrisis
crisis this afternoon afternoonExpect afternoonExpect afternoonExpect
Expect a Settlement
The committee meeting was held in Mr MrPratts MrPratts Ir IrPratts
Pratts roo mat the Kenyon Those who whoattended whoattended whoattended
attended it were J H ii Lamont presi president president prosident ¬
dent H T F B Gray secretary retar A H KBurt HBurt HBurt
Burt J C McCarthy W V B Randall RandallWilliam Randallril1iam RandallVilliam
William Cocking John Jones Frederick FrederickHilton FrederickHUton FrederickHilton
Hilton and Mr Pratt The nature of the thecampaign thecampaign thecampaign
campaign formulated was not given out outMr outIr outMr
Mr Ir Pratt said however that since the theyear theyear theyear
year at least thirty street and electric electricrailway electricrailway electricrailway
railway companies comp nie had signed contracts contractswith contractswitll contractSwith
with their employes for an increase of ofwages orwaes ofwaes
wages waes and a better service serviceThe servicehe rvice
The The he street car employee are not solely
interested in getting an increase In wages wagesLast wagesLast wagesLast
Last year the unions spent all their time timein timein timein
in making agreements for a better serv service service service
ice with Uh the companies by whom they theywere theywere theywere
were employed There were no strikes strikesand strikesand strikesand
and the companies got better service serviceThis senlceThis serviceThis
This year the employes have asked for foran foran foran
an increase in the wage W8 e scale and every everycompany everycompany everycompany
company where there is Jt union signed signedthe 3ignedthe signedthe
the agreement agreementMr reement reementMr
Mr Pratt on Scales ScalesTake ScalesTake ScalesTake
Take Detroit The men are getting gettingcents S Scents 5 5cents
cents an hour this year ear where they the got ot
23 3 35 cents nts last year In Chicago the em empieyes emtMyes empIyes
pieyes are receiving rec reciv ivng ± ng 25 cents and 27 7 cent centper centJIr centsIr
per r hour The employes of the elevated elevatedroads elevatedroads elevatedroads
roads receive 29 9 and 31 cents per hour hourwhich hourhich hourwhich
which hich is an increase increa e over the wage scale scaleven scalegiven Ie Ieven
given ven a year or ao ago In East St Louis Louisloyes Louisthe
fM ear companies are parl parIug their em employes employes
ployes 525 for nine hours work or less lesshe 1e8SThe lessThe
The he employes in Butte receive from 33 33to 33to 3 3to
to j6 > cents per hour The fare in all the theeases theeAses theeases
eases cited is 5 cents < ents and with the possi possible poesiW8 possihis ¬
his exception of Butte the living ex expenses exr cxpenees
penses I believe are less than th n in Salt Saltcompany Ste SaltLate
r Late
LateThe
The e trckl1le In Salt Lake 1 between > > et en the thecompany thecompany
company and its employee mpl YM is not over an anincrease aniBcrease anIncrease
increase in wages only but for better betterconditions bettercoodltion betterconditions
conditions and better service so that th thcompany the thecompany thecompany
company will profit by b it as much as its itsemployes Itsemployes itsemployee
employes employesMr employesMr
Mr Campbell Cites Denver DenverMr Denver
Mr r Campbell CIIJn t taid aid id yesterday that the theUtah theUlah theTJtali
Utah Light and nd Railway company is pay pay1ft ¬
ing 1ft fts s much to it itS eMployee e Y818 if not more morethan moreUD morethait
than any HY other oth elty e of r the size of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeI LakehI
hI I doubt whether there are ten cities in inthe Inthe inthe
the United States where bere the street rail railway rallvay railay ¬
way ay employes are receiving a higher wage wageTake wageTake wagTake
Take Denver and the scale there is 20 20cents 24cents 2Qcents
cents for the first year 22 cents for the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second year 231i 231t 23 cents f > nta for the third thirdfourth thirdfourth thirdfourth
fourth and fifth years and for six years yearsand yearsaDd yearsahd
and thereafter 9 cents per er hour Den Denver DenYer DenVer ¬
ver is a larger r city thai Salt Lake The Theootxmkms TheoondiUons Theoonulitlons
ootxmkms are ranch the same and the lo local local hoeel ¬
cal company ompan is t paying now n better wages wageathan wag6tnan wagesthan
than the Denver nver companies companiesHEIGER companiesMOER mp nleg
0 0MERGER
MERGER flFmi OF OFAUJAUOE1ftES OFAUJAUOE1ftESNew All VAUDEVILLES VAUDEVILLESNew nilDE ILLB8 ILLB8New
New York June 15 UAnnouncemont UAnnouncemontWAS Announcemont Announcemontwas
was made here tonight of a merger n1 lger of ofpractically orpractically ofpractically
practically all the vaudeville interests interestsin
in the th country with one or two excep exceptions exceptions exceptions ¬
tions All Of the managers in the newly
formed combination have signed an anagreement anlgreement anagreement
agreement whereby mutual protection protectionis prote tlon tlonis
is guaranteed to all and all future In Invasions Invasions invaslons ¬
vasions of each others territory are areprohibited arerohlbited arerobibited
prohibited The new ne arrangement arrangementgoes arrangementgoes arrangementgces
goes into effect September 1 next The Theprincipals Theprincipals TheprIncipals
principals signing the lh agreement were wereB wereB wereB
B F Keith F F Proctor Chas I IHohJ IHohl Iflohi
HohJ George Castle Morris Meyerfield MeyerfieldE
E F Albe Martin Beck George Mid Middieton Middleton Middieton
dieton and Frank Pate They The represent representtheaters represanttheters representtheaters
theaters in j New York Chicago New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewQrleans
Orleans Denver Omaha St Paul PaulMinneapolis PaulMlzne PaulMirneapolIs
Minneapolis Mlzne polls Detroit Rochester Toron Toronto ¬
to Pittsbur Plttsburg Washington all theaters theaterson theaterson
on the Keith and Proctor circuits in inthe inthe j
the east and the Orpheum rpheum circuits in ine intJle InQe
tJle e west A feature fe ture of the merger is isa isnew isa
a new corporation to be called the theUnited th thtnlted thdtnlted
tnlted Booking office of America with withheadquarters withheadquarters wltlheadquarters
headquarters In New York and Chi Chicago Chicago CIIIeago ¬
cago AltOgether 1S6 theaters th at rs stretch stretching stretching stretchIng ¬
ing from Portland P rtl bd Me M 3 Ie t6 Los Angeles Angelesare Angel s sare
are In the new circuit
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arc the most delicious and the themost them themost
most m st perfect confections made madeEvery madeEvery madeEvery
Every sealed package is war warranted warranted warI ¬
I ranted to be bela in prime primecondition condition conditionor
1 or money refunded refundedOne refundedOne refundedOne
One thing thlngpecuiiar peculiar to Lowneys Lowneyscandies Lowneysc
I candies c ndies is that they can c n be eaten eatenfreely eatenfreely
n freely they are pure and whole wholesome wholesome wholei
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THE TETRO MINING COMPANY COMPANYLocation COIPANYLocation COMPANYLocation
Location of principal place of business
Salt Lake City Clt Utah Notice There are aredelinquent aredelinquent aredelinquent
delinquent upon the following describedstock described describedstock describedstock
stock on account ac unt of aaeeesmcnt No Nof 30 30df 3flOf
df f 2 cents per share levied on the 9th 9thof 9thof tithof
of May 1906 1 the several eral amounts set op opposite opposite opposite ¬
posite th t the names of the respective re res peethe ectlve share shareholders shareholders shareholders ¬
holders as 8 follows followsNo followsNo followsNo
No No NoCert 1iooCert o oCert
Cert Shares Name Amt Amtt Arnttot
3 tot > i StHJ J T M Wardrobe Yard robe 10 no not8O flO3e0
t8O 00 1W9 J T M Wardrobe 2 20 00 00ita 04
7 ita < 3 500 j Etta Clark 1000 10 1000sii 00
916 596 eo J A Pollock 10 1000 1000l 10401l 00
151 l 360 O4 Ella A Smith 1000 II 14 00 001J
1852 1J 5W Ellas EliasA A Smith 1000 1000161S Ii 10 00 001l9
161S 161 2fH I George W V Storrs 402 4 4Jiti 0 014T
1547 100 Vie Larsen IAr en 2 = no noX noMi 001o
X Mi K 104 J JAPOIIOCk A Pollock 2 218SS 200 200IRis 00 001R
IRis 1R S 5 500 0 H Park 1000 10001S75 10 00 0011m 00ws
1S75 300 io J 1 J Thornton 100 10019S5 10 0 016S
19S5 16S 14 1W K W Smith 200 20016SS 200uas ZOOhas
has soc J i J r Thornton 10 1000 1000me Ort Ort1T16 00til6
1T16 LOW Peter Greaves jr 2000 20001T2S 00 00172S
1T2S 1 SW J J I Polteek 1000 10001m 1000j79
1729 500 50 OO J J Pollock 1000 1 00 00l
l 142 42 4 SWI J J Pe Potlock o < k 1000 16 00 00li81
1789 500 W F H Ceppernoll 10 1000 1000inc 00
inc 399 3 O F H Copper Coppernoll noil 600 6 00 00li90
1790 500 J 7 A Pollock MOO 1 lu 0 If If1M
1996 500 J F Knox trustee 1000 1000K0 10 00 00JS80 00isso
K0 see J T A Pollock 1000 10001tJi 10041O7
1 1tJi 07 5 W < J W V Dosher 1000 io oo
1 1906 09 1000 W Scott Yeller 2008 20 0081D 00 00i
1D i 9 900 J 1 Blackburn 1000 1000C3 10 1000i962 G GtIQ
tIQ C3 3000 t F Knox trustee 3000 l IiO IiOl1i4 001t14
1 l1i4 74 a 500 Mrs E Alpin 1000 If 10 00
1894 1 WO 00 Lea Leakin 400 4003QOO 4 00 00iOOO
3QOO 500 J A Pollock 1000 10 00 00t
200 001 t 205 20 James Norton 410 4 18 102Gl
2013 2Gl 13 3W H P Mason 400 4002S 400f 44 44iG
2S iG 000 r1 f S Woods Vood 1000 1000SBS 1000OG io 0
SBS OG 8W O C f S Woods 1oods 1000 1600M 10000s
028 ZOO M H W V Smith 400 4 00
8044 14 44 1W James J2m Hedge Hocl e 200 2 00 00K 00i063
i063 63 200 fl K W V Smith 400 400tL
1126 tL 12 500 I0 Ben Batheman 10 10SIX TO TOJ13S
SIX 136 500 H Parker 1C l 00 00H47 00l4 00p147
H47 l4 3W Bertha Peterson Pete n 600 6 1 00 0021s
21s 9 KW 1 L 1 M Barr Barrl03 200 00
2193 183 500 R S Wimmer 10 1000 00 00M94
1194 500 R S Wimmer W mmer 1000 141 00 00oI
01 MO Mrs W Morton 200 00
2tOZ 03 300 = i Child Cote 41 Co 600 600SOS 600mitt
SOS 00 500 50 J Oberndorfer 1000 10002tei 14 10 00 00t1 0022I
2tei iOO 00 J T B Thompson 1000 100022S 10 00
22S 2flO Peter Greaves jr 400 4002S44 4 00
2S44 44 4 W9 J T A Pollock 1000 10003S71
3S71 1 000 N K Reese 1000 1000SS4 10 3000s4 00 002S4
SS4 2S4 s4 IeOO J 1 A Pollock 3000 20 00
388 lW 1 T Van Berger 3000 30003CW 0 00 00Sf 410s4
3CW s4 500 Sf 5 Pollock fk Co 10 1600 00
3299 99 9 500 R S Wimmer K 1fl W 8tiOO 00M
JIM M 500 410 R S Wimmer 1000 10 00 00l7
ftl7 l7 iW Child Cole C le Co 1000 10002MS 18 100021Th 00 002IIR
2MS S I Child Cole Co 12 12t20
320 t t20 200 M Harry Heaton 400 4 oe
21 1 200 2f t W r D Robertson Roberts n 4 00
3t22 tI2 2 3W L X Evans 4 400 Ofl
130 30 m 00 Child Cole Col Co 10 1808 1808And 1000And 0 0And
And in accordance aCC tdanCE with law and an n or order order order ¬
der of the board of directors made on onthe onthe
the 9th day dA of May 1906 so many shares sharesof
of each parcel of such stock as may be benecessary benecessary I IneceMar
necessary will be sold at the office of the thecompany theQompany theqompany
Qompany 225 2i Commercial club building
Salt S 1t Lake City Utah at the th hour of 10 10oclock 11 11oclock inoclock
oclock a m Monday July 2 1906 to pay PQ PQdelinquent
delinquent assessment Asset = stn nt thereon together togetherwith togethErith togetherwith
with ith the cost of advertising and expense expenseof i iOf
Of sale ERNEST WILLLXMS WILLLXMSSecretary WILLIAMSSecretary I
Secretary Sfrtar
Salt Lake City pt Utah June 9 190C 190CDelinquent ItWIGDelinquent I I IDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeUTAH NoticeUTAH
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UTAH AND MONTANA MINING AND ANDReduction ANDteduetiOfl
Reduction Company companyprinCiPaJ Principal place of ofbusiness otbusiness ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City Utah Location Locationof
of mines Indian Peak eak Iron county Utah UtahNotice UtahNoliceThere UtahotiecThere
Notice NoliceThere There are delinquent upon the thefollowingdescribed thefollowingdescribed thef0flowingde5ri
followingdescribed stock on account of ofassessment of5smeut
assessment 8 nt No No2 2 of fee c per share levied leviedon
on the 28th day of April 1906 ie the several severalamounts severllamounts seven sevenamounts
amounts set opposite oppo lte the names of the re resnective reo reospective resnecUve
snective sharekoMers shar8 shar0hOlde OJ4I a AI follows followsNo t fOllowsNo llows llowsNo
No No Amnt
cert shares duo duoA duoL
L A Chrt8tensenS9 Christensen Christeneeneo 1000 5500 5500eo 500 500eo I
eo S SInlis Inglie 44 1000 500 500has 5 500lhas 00
lhas has Offner 55 aSChas 24 M7 1333 1333Chas I
Chas has Off OffRer Her er SB 2S 133 133L 133L 11Zr I
L r A Chrteteneen Chtfl1IJ n3I loo 100James 501 501James 50
James Eshard Borch 2500 2500And 500 1250 1250And I IAnd
And in accorflanee sccorOa with law and an or order j
der of th the < < > board of directors made on the the18th theSLh
18th day da of O f April 1996 19 so many shares of ofdach ofkch ofOach
dach parcel parc 1 of such stock as may be nec necABsary necQf3Sary necaary I
ABsary aary will till be sold at public auction aI Uon at atthe atthe atthe
the office of the company at 140 So 12th 12thd 12t J I I
1 Salt S4 t Lake City Cit LPt Utah h on Friday l taaYf the theday theItd
Itd d i day daySalt da of June JfW at S oclock O cJOCk p m mloeether mto ruto
to pay th thd jelinquent li u nt asSessment thereof thereoftog thereortogether
together tog ether with the costs of advertising and andexpense andexpense
expense of sale A J McMULLEN McMULLENSecretary McIULLENSecretary McMULLENSecretary
Secretary SecretaryFirst SecretaryFIrst SecretaryFirst I
First publication June i L 1506 1506Assessment li06Assessment 1506Assessment
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Assessment No 10 10NEW 10NEV I INE
NEW NE YORK BONANZA BONANZAof BONAN A lTN1J MININcompany I IcompaJlj
company a corporation Principal place p1aceor
or business s Salt Lake City Clt Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice is hereby given that at a meet meetIng meetIng meetlug
Ing of the board of directors of the New NewSalt NewYork NewYork
York Bonanza Mh Mining ng company held at atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake City Utah oh June Jun 7 19fl moo an anassessment anses ansessment
assessment ses ment of 3 three cents cen ts per share sharewas sharewas sharewas
was levied upon the capital stock of the thecorporation theoorporaUon tileoorporatlofl
corporation issued and outstanding pay payable P8jAble payable ¬
able immediately to J H Doming sec secretary secretar seeCetary ¬
retary retar of the company at his office 12 12East I IEast 12East
East Second South street Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah Utahmay Ut UtahAny h hAny
Any stock unon whIch this assessment assessmentmay tS8 SSment SSmentmay
may remain unpaid on July 7 1906 10O will willbe wIllbe willbe
be delinquent and advertised adv rtlsed for sale at atpublic atpublic atpublic
public auction and unless payment is ismade isinade ismade
made before will be sold on July 28 S 1906 1906at 1906at 1906at
at 2 p m to pay the delinquent assess assessment assessment assessmerit ¬
ment thereon together with costs sts of ad advertising adv6rtisin advertising ¬
vertising and expense of sale saleJ Ie IeT
J T H DEMING Secretary
12 Bast First South Salt Lake City
Utah
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Every white article in inthe The only exceptions exceptionsare
W a Ik e er r s Stor ore e are E W collars collarsand collarsthe collarsthe
the store reduced and spool cotton cottone cottonI cottonJ cottonJuneWhiteCarnivai
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I Its the last day dayn dayNot
l Not again againIts a g a i n for another a not her year yearSaturday yea yearSaturday r
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Saturday is your last chance Another year will roll around before our next ext June White Carnival CarnivalThink oanuvaI CarnivalThink
I Think of it ittwelve twelve months Have you bought enough white goods to last you 1 Are your supplies of ofsheetings ofsheetings
I sheetings table linens etc sufficient to last till next year year1 If not youd better come today and replen replenish replenI ¬
ish your supply while every white article is reduced reducedSaturday reducedI reducedSaturday
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I Saturday l3atz rdLY the reductions rell ations in most n ost instances insta7 GeS have been noticeably in increased ilLcreased imcieased ¬
creased lo add zest to o the last day dayMorniftg day3Iornht
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Morniftg lornltl shopping is pleasanter although afternoon aftern on visitors always enjoy the time spent 5 ftnt at Walkers Walkersendid Walkorsi
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i t Splendid r endid indeed has been the response to tor tothe tothe tothe
the sale of sample suits coatsI coats coatswaists coatswaists
I waists and skirts skirtSoSamples skirtsIi
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Samples are always recognized as being as near perfect as garments can be bemade bemade bemade
Ii made They are the representatives of their kinds kindsSo
I So great was the stock of these samples being the entire showing of one of the largest manufac manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers ¬
turers in America that many splendid garments are left for Saturday selection selectionTheyre selectionIII selectionTheyre
Theyre all strictly new Spring and Summer garments They all go at exactly half the theregular theregular
III regular selling prices
Shirt waist suits at half regular prices pricesThese pricesIi pricesThese
These are of fine linens lawns and dimities dimitiesworth dimitiesworth dimltiesworth
Ii worth from SUi 050 to 2 5GO < W each
White skirts at half regular prices pricesSerges pricesSerges
Serges and mohairs in pleated gored go rod and cir circular O aircular r rcular ¬
cular styles worth from iiO 65 b to 1600 each
Stylish walking skirts to go at just half prices pricesThis
This splendid assortment as ortment comprise < < allwool Panamas finished worsteds and voiles vol color Qr effects are black blackdark blackdark
I dark blus blu and ibd brown mixtures The models are the latest for this season Regular prices range from J67 G 6Th to toI tois0O
I 1800 each
65c Shirt waists i at 49c 49cThese 49cThese
These are of dainty white lawn trimmed rl with Val Vallaces Yolaces Vallaces
laces and pleated front and back very neat and andcool andcool andcool
cool and only 49c each
5000 yards of plain chambray ging ginghams ginghams ginghams ¬
hams hamsOne
One of the best ginghams on the market splen splendid splendid plendid ¬
did range of colorings colorin excellent value at lOc the theyard thet theyard
yard Saturday t a yours u at the trl trlyard I Iyard
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yard 5 52 52Saturday 2 2Saturday
i Saturday the last day you pick from fromour fromour
I our entire stock of lace curtains at one onethird oneI onethird
I third off regular pricesSilk prices pricesSilk pricesSilk
Silk floss pillows pillowsSpecial pillowsSpecialIS Special SpecialIS
IS inch for 25c 24 inch for 60c
20 inch for 3c I 27 2 inch for 7i The < oc c
22 inch for 45c Limit Limit2 2 to a customer customerSecond customerSecond customerSecond
Second tiwr tinortake take elevator ele vabr
Diamonds an antrumps ar artrumps areCrumps
trumps trumpsAnd
And capture hearts he rts In wedlock wedlockthis wedlockthis wedlockthis
this time of the year Buy your yourdiamonds yourdiamonds yourdiamonds
diamonds diamonds of a a house with a rep reputation reputation reputation ¬
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through loss of nerve ner > e Yigar Life seems a aaction amockery amockery
mockery The courage farce vigor aD aDaction and andaction
action which characterize fallblooded t men menare mennre menare
are lacking lackinghare lackingbatt lackingbaTe
hare kindled the light of tope in many manrmans A Ama amaitS
mans ma t face ft They Ih 1 bring vigor to the weak weakand weak3ud weakand
and ambition to the despondent
100 per box t 6 boxrs 500 i 00 With a
500 order we lame a wrltt written D guarantee guaranteetl
1 torefund tl to refund the tb money mon if no cure be effected efrectedF I IF
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S225 225 shirt waists for 139
125 shirt waists f for or 98c 98cThese 98cTh 98cThese
These Th two lines are of sheer white lawn trim trlmmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with Ith embroidery and tucks
I Fine madras and cheviot with and andtnout andshades andBoys
I Boys negligee shirts without tnout collars dark and light lightshades 3 9c
shades worth 50c and 65c each eachDomestic eachDomestic eachDomestic
Domestic specials for Saturday only
Red Seal and A F C Ginghams GinghamsOnly
Only one case of these splendid splendklllne lines left choice se selection selection solection ¬
lection of patterns p tterns worth orth 15c the yard ard Satur Saturday Sfitury ¬
day select l lec lecWomens
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Womens dressing sacques sacquesA
A splendid assortment of dotted Swisses and Dolly
Varden Va e designs Saturday d you select selectat t jJp5
at 05 05V 85 5
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100 and 125 muslin and cambric cambricdrawers cambricdrawers cambricdrawers
drawers for 65c 65cThese 65cThese 65cThese
These are trimmed with lace insertion embroid embroidery embroidery embroidcry ¬
ery and tucks Well made and correctly fashioned fashionedJ
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Drives Rats and Mice out of the house houseto
to die We offer Sl00 100 reward to anyone anyoneusing anyoneusing anyoneusing
using usingwho
usingStearns Stearns Electric ElectricRat EIctricflat
Rat and Roach Paste Pastewho
IE AA who does not find it successful in kill killJ killing killing
J ing off Rats Mice ice CockroachesWatcr CockroachesWatcrBugs Cockroaches Vater VaterBugs
Bugs etc etceilMPHplTl etcGUARAIUTEE
REWARD REWARDFOR eilMPHplTl Your money will be
yMilllH n 1 K refunded If Stearns SteamElectric StearnsElectric
FOR FORIIVE = Electric Rat and
Roach Paste does not do all that is claimed for it itStearns itu itMERCANTILE
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Stearns Electric Rat and Roach Paste
RATS is sure death to all vermin the only onlyguaranteed onlyguaranteed
guaranteed rat poison
2 oz box 25c Hotel size elgtit times tIe qaantltj S100 Si QO
Sold mrjwhers arseni ar sent eipress prepaid en receipt cf priei prieiSTEARNS piicsCTRIC
STEARNS ELECTRIC CTRIC PASTE CO
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74 West Second South Street StreetDependable StreetDeI1e1dable StreetDependable
Dependable Clothing for Men Ien Women and Children ChildrenNew ChildrenAT ChiIdrnAT
AT CASH STORE PRICES PRICESNew
New goods only A very large assortment of snappy spring styles to se se ¬
lect from Give Glv us u 13 a call c lI and Inquire Into our method Its It s very easy You
can dress well without the least exertion on tbe part of your purse purseEVERYBODYS purseEVERYBODYS purseEVERYBODYS
EVERYBODYS CREDIT IS GOOD GOODNO
NO REFERENCES OR SECURITY NECESSARY NECESSARYSmall NE NECESSARYSmall CESSARY CESSARYSmall
Small payment down then you take ftfl a week weekclothes weekclothes weekclothes
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MOST RELIABLE DENTISTS IN THE THECITY THECITY THECITZ
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SET SE OF TEETH Best Red Bubber 5 5M 5MGOLD 00 00GOLD o oGOLD
GOLD CROWNS 22k 860 to 5500
BRIDGE WORK Best 350 to 500
GOLD FILLINGS S100 100 up
OTHERS 50c to Tee r
12YEAR 1 YEAR PROTECTIVE PROTE E GUARANTEE
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
Open till 6 p m Sundays 10 to 2 2Phones 2Phones 2Phones
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