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20 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909
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LADIES EXPRESS
THANKS TO ALL
G A R Women Resolve That
They Were Well Enter
tained in This City
RESOLUTIONS AREADOPTED
LAST MEETING HELD FRIDAY AT
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
In appreciation of the way Salt Lake
i ity has entertained and cared for the
La i IPS of the G A R that organisa
tion yesterday afternoon adopted the
f Oil wing resolutions at their convention
iit the First Congregational church
Rfpitt of the Committee on resolu
tions to the national president officers
and members of the twentythird an
iiUul onvention of the Ladles of the
G A R
Heoolved That a vote of thanks be
ext < nJtd to the governor and his staff
f Utah the county officials of Utah
t urty the mayor of Salt Lake and his
braid of trustees and the citizens of
Suit Lake City for the many courtesies
extended to us during our convention
Thatthe v thanks of this convention be
t njered Reynolds circle of Salt Lake
i d tho ladies who served us such a
bountiful luncheon
That the thanks of this convention
be tendered Sister Jean Milton exarmy
nurse and chairman of the committee on
decorations for the many beautiful
flvwers furnished headquarters a3 our
c nventlon also to the Lincoln circle of
Ogden
Tu the citizens committee for the
lr jsome souvenir badges and to J K
Iavidson for the delegates badge
To the trustees of the Congregational
< urh for the use of that edlJice during
our sessions
To Officers
To the officers connected with the
T J made choir for the tickets for the
< nfrts and the many courtesies they
11 extended I
Tiiit our sincere thanks be tendered
t the Ladies of the G A R band for
their music and that we also feel very
ir > ud to think that this band connected
v th our order is the only ladies band
< nnipi i ted with any branch of the
t rind Army of the Republic
That our thanks be extended to the
I Ti s for their well written notices of
FJr Convention and organization
Tat we exti nd our thanks to the
tzns of Salt Lake City in general for
t ir ntertaini lent their beantiful
orations and all they have done ts
makE our sojourn in their city a pleaa
nt < ru
Tn it we extend our thanks to our
i tinti president and all national ot
1 for good work and conscientious
rulu ss
HISKEYS ADOPT CHILD
YearOld Babe Deserted by Mother
and Whose Bather Is Dead Finds
a Permanent Home
L 1 T D Lewis division of the
sf r < otirt I Friday afternoon leave was
I r TI to < T0hn S and Mary L Hiskey
I < i dale tfayne county to jJopt a
Lay about i ctMQjL Mitery sur
T tn birth if the child
It a testifi that the child was born
Sr Marks lpital l and that the His
1 K Ltve hail i harge of the Bttle one
i was about 1 days old They said
tl 1 fiilitr of th child Is supposed to be
i i and that ih mother had deserted
tfpring Hiskey is 45 years old and
w Jj They have no children of
F wv The little one will be called
kx Irnan Hiskey p
SPECIAL FREE ORGAN
RECITAL AT TABERSACLE
Organist John J McClellan announces
1421 through the courtesy of the first
prrclrney of the Mormon church a free
< nH recital will be given at the Taber
i v at 12 < > < JlIck > today the doors
i MIIS at 1210 p m sharp Doors
11 t > r > en at 1J oclock Special guests
LF th occasion will he the army nurses
t Ovil war drum carps Merry
V w opera company and G A R
> f MIS PhllJifn under six years of I
I v 11 not ri > admitted and people
t i Pst bi jrti > ared to listen to the
it jiograni as doors will be closed i
v 1 recital begins and will remain I
11 t 1 until the program fs ended
P t sor McCleilan organist vrtll be
a Lto 1 by Mrs Kmmr RamseyMor
e 1 pnuio and Fred C Graham
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Breeden Office Supply Co
f T ftatioiery typewriters systems 60
VS M JnI So Both telephones The
lure < st stationeiy store in Utah
ITIKB AUTO TRIPS EVERY HOUR
IJ Laurelhurst ACRE lot addition on
Es litnch Phone and make appolnt
mct Chandler Soules Co Ind 167
Bell 2169
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SHjflLIYMACM1LLAN CO
le only stationery and office
supply store in Salt Lake oper
ating their own printing office
71 K Crd So Both phones
4f1r
Highst price paid for strictly fresh
egg > THE ROYAL CAFE
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CALL G A R OPERATOR
I th Bil telephone for all business re
lr v ti ho Grand Army noampment
A Comfortable
Old Age
Will be assured you If you In
vest your savings in our Mort
gage Certificates Issued for
100 and multiples thereof
they yield 6 per cent net inter
est being nontaxable and
have the double security of
First Mortgages on Salt Lake
Real Estate and our Capital
and Surplus while the Income
Is payable monthly quarterly
or semiannually as you may
choose
Salt Lake
Security Trust
Company
52 Up Main Street
300QOO00
Capital
10000000
Surplus ro
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I McCoy Iiverj carriage and light
I livery Both phones 8L
Ten Dollars Worth
of Comfort
25c
G A E Visitors Take Notice
Sal RAM MS
WHERE THE CARS STOP
I Comfort Shopp
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Zions Savings Bank Trust Co
Transacts a general trust business an 3
pays 4 per cent Interest on savings de
posits Joseph F Smith president
Anthon H Lund vice president O C
FEbe r hier
IF YOUHAVE SOME OLD
FASHIONED JEWELRY YOU
ARE LUCKY
IT IS VERY FASHIONABLE
NOW
LET US MAKE IT USABLE
FOR YOU
WE ORIGINATE IDEAS AND
DESIGNS AND MAKE FINE
JEWELRY TO ORDER
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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OUR NEW ADDRESS IS 245 MAIN ST t
School Starts
in 25 Days
That means that mothers must begin now to jttefurt the childrens
clothes Our big removal sale offers splendid opportunities to fit oat
the boys in school clothes
Every Boys Suit in the House
Is Reduced OneThird
400 Suits at 265
go 190
500 Suits go at 335 0
600 Suits go at 400 Suit Special
750 Suits 500 A lot of boys suits
Ults go at pu have been selected
800 Suits go at 535 from our regular
line to be used as a
900 Suits go at 600 leader Values are
to 600 All
1000 1 Suits 665 up
Ults go at sizes and a good va
riety of styles and
The removal sale offers unusual bar
patterns
gains In each department f
111113 MAIN STREET
Royal stale ureaa uepai
Open 8 to 5 p m daily Entrance on
Third South Good bread very cheap
Sound the Tocsin Beat
the Drum
Grand Army Veterans
Day Has Come
We welcome all of you to our 1IIIc t
old soldiers from far and sear and
your families and friends We wel
come you to the handsomest banking
room in the city We will taU care
of your valuables cash your draft
accept your deposits and If any of you
have come west to grow up with tho
country we will help you to grow
We pay 4 per cent on ume deposits
We transact a general baokH bust
ness
We execute trusts and furoMi ab
stract i
We rent sate deposit boxes
We write surety bond
We issue drafts food aB over Amer
ica
Utah Savings Trust Co f
235 South Main Street
IN THE BUSINESS HEART
Do you kodak We finish and also
ell the supplies Salt Late Photo a
Supply Co 142 Main street
TrlbuneReporter Printing Co
6 West Second South Phones 711
Kodak Flnishlnf
Salt Lake Photo Snnnlv Co 142 Main
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CALL G AR OPERATOR
On the Bell telephone for all business re
lating to the Grand Army encampment
I D Evans
Undertaker and embalmer removed to
C h C I t
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You Get
Double
Comfort
In
WalkOvers
Comfort Gf awiibeoanseaf aprrect
footwear Gmtferi of faat bemuse
of a proper fit
350 400 500
177 Main
Nun ALL SUIT IN l
DISTRICT COURT
Three Witnesses Examined
Yesterday and the Case
Is Continued
Judge T D Lewis in the Third dis
trict court yesterday morning took up
the suit brought recently by Annie
Irene Nuttall against John T Nuttall
in which the wife asks for separate
maintenance Mrs Nuttall recently ob
tained an order against Nuttall in
which he is required to show cause why
he should not pay her 50 a month ali
mony 160 attorneys fees and allow
her to have the custody of their only
child One of the allegations of the
wife was that she had not been per
mitted to have the little one with her
Three witnesses were examined by
the court these being Mrs Nuttall and
Mrs Mary A Taylor for the wifes side
of the case and Nuttall in his own be
half The further hearing of the case
was continued until Monday
The couple married at Farmington
Davis county and Mrs Nuttall has
been working as a hair dresser at a
downtown establishment She alleged
that her husband by reason of his
jealousy had been cruel to her and
made insinuations against her while the
answer and counter claim of Nuttall
was to the effect that his wife had
been working at the hair dressing es
tablishments against his will and that
she had neglected her home Mrs Nut
tall came back with a reply to the efect
that it was necessary for her to work
to help provide for the home The case
may require several days
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UNION PACIFIC BAND
SERENADES COMMITTEE I
The Union Pacific band of Ellis Kan
serenaded Professor John J McClellan
and the music committee of the G A R
encampment at the Templeton building
yesterday morning under the direction
of E G Pearson
Mr Pearson displayed exceptionally
well his triple tonguing ability in the
selection Wlda Polka on the cornet
The band has ben highly appreciate
by all who have heard it and has re
ceived much praise from musicians of
this city
PARK CITY MAN DEAD
Patrick Tallon Expires at Holy Cross
Hospital
Patrick Tallon aged 69 and a resident
of Park City cUed at the Holy Cross hos
pital Friday morning from consumption
Mr Tallon was one of the oldest citizens
of Park City He was a foreman at the
Daly mine when the Jiorkings were first
opened White actively engaged in min
ing he occupied the position of city judge
of Park City from 1905 to 1907 He is sur
vived by four sons and a daughter
COUPLES BRAVE HOODOO I
Friday usually has been a quiet day so I
far aa the issuing of marriage licenses Is
concerned at the office of the county
clerk several Rrfclays recently having
shown not a license Issued It was
thought that with the combination of
Friday the 13th yesterday would sure
ly be a hoodoo but two couples were
brave enough to call for licensee despite
the day an1 date The following licenses
wee issued
William I Griffiths of Denver and Mrs
Lucite Blanchard of Colorado Springs
Colo
James A Bywater and Sophia W Pe
terson both of Salt Lake
COMMISSION TO EXAMINEI I
INTO SANlTY OF VOMAN
An insanity commission sitting in the
court of Judge T D Lewis of the dis
trict court today will examine into the
sanity of Mrs Anna Studness of No
310 East Eighth South street who dur
ing the last few months according to
some of the witnesses has been labor
ing under hallucinations It is said that
Mrs Studness believes she hears voicas
at times and that she also has been of
the opinion that the silverware of her
married sister hag been stolen It is
said that she is excitable at times but
is not considered dangerous Mrs
Studness has denied statements of some
of her family that her mother was an
inmate of an Illinois asylum for a
time S I
ALLEGES REFUSAL TO
DELHERJWERTY SOLD
Suit was filed in the district court
Friday by J A Nelson against A E
Amundson asking 760 damages as a
result of the alleged refusal by Amund
son to deliver to Nelson property which
Nelson agreed to buy for 2350 on
which Nelson says he has paid the first
150 agreed upon and 50 additional I
Costs of 25 are asked by Nelson In
addition to the 750 asked Nelson
wants his 50 additional which he spent
in fixing up the place
NEW LIME COMPANY
Articles of Incorporation Filed With
the County Clerk
Articles Incorporation were filed In
thq office of the county clerk Friday
by the Hovey Bros Lime company
organized in this city with a capital of
12000 which is divided into dollar
shares 66W shares being reserved as
treasury stock
The officers are Harry Brain presi
dent and treasurer O Dana Hovey
vice president and A A Hovey secre
tary These with J E Coult com
pose the board of directors
The capital stock subscribed by A A
and O Dana Horey and that of Brain
is paid up by the transfer to the com
pany of leases which they hold with
other persons on limestone lands
VISITING SOLDIER TAKEN
TO EMERGENCY HOSPITAL i
Several Stitches Required to Close
Cut Over left Eye of William
Bowman of Ohio
William Bowman of Medina county
Ohio a veteran of company D One Hun
dred and Sixtysixth Ohio volunteers
vs taken to Emergency hospital 1 in the
loaton building yesterday morning set
ering from a bad cut over the left eye
Several stitches were taken to dose the
wound
While the wound ie not considered seri
ous it is extremely painful The old vet
eran slipped upon a sidewalk and fell to
the ground inflicting Ute wound over his
eye
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS S
BAND BOYS TALENTED
One of the really enjoyable bands in attendance
tendance at the G A R is the industrial
school band from Ogden The boys came
down twenty strong and enlivened things
with very good music The boys are un
der the leadership of Mr Nichol who
has done a great work with the young
men and has a talented company of wung
players The band created a good im
pression and a great deal of interest
TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
Deseret Savings Bank Files Suit
Against Loretta E Dudler
Schaer for Note
Suit was entered in the district court
Friday by the Deseret Savings bank
against Loretta E Dudler Schaer for
merly Loretta E Dudler to recover on a
promissory note for 3375 given the bank
on June 4 1906 payable in three years
with interest at 7 per cent per annum At
the same time the bank received as se
curity a mortgage on property in sec
tions 23 and 26 township 1 south range 1
east Salt Lake meridian It is alleged
that only the interest to Sept 4 1908 has
been paid and the bank asks judgment
for 3375 with interest from the date
mentioned and 300 attorneys fees pro
posing to foreclose on the mortgage
LITTLE MISS NIGHTY
Baltimore Sun
Little Miss Nighty is on the stair
With lips of laughter and tousled hair
Little Miss Nighty with bare feet stands
On the borderworld of the slumber lands
Waiting to sing through the evenllght
The soft reverie of her sweet good night
Good night good night good night to
you
Good night good night to all
Good night good night dear skies of
bluer
Good night the echoes call
Little Miss Nighty ah see her trip
To kiss good night in her night slip
The ringleted gold of her tousled head
Her laughing eyes and her lips of red
Bare of feet on the stair she stands
Kissing good night with her dimpled
hands
Good night good night good nlght to
dad
Good night good night sweet
dreams
Good night good night dear heart and
glad
Good night the twilighUgleams
Little Miss Nighty has flown from me
She has sailed away on the slumber sea
Little Miss Nighty is tall and fair
But I see her still on the little stair
Laughtng and singing phantom sweet
With tousled hair and the bare pink feet
Good night good night good night my
dear
GODdnIght t my love
Gobdnlght frfid nues angels mtr
Where they sing good night above
FAVORABLY IMPRESSED
Washington Herald
Vhy do you insist on having a native
of Italy to work n yor farm
Becuz I vc rea3 sj much about UI
fine Italian hands
GOVERNORS DAY I
AT CAMP CUTlER I
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Chief Executive and Staff Are
Present During the
Maneuvers
GOOD SHOWING BY GUARD
COMPANY B OF OGDEN WINS
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GOVERNORS CUP
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Governors day at Camp Cutler of the
Utah National guard Friday was one
ot the most interesting events of the
encampment Governor William Spry
and his staff were present during the
afternoon and the whole regiment with
the First battalion of the Fifteenth Infantry
fantry from Fort Douglas passed in
review before the executive of the state
The governor was much interested in
the maneuvers and had warm praise
for the showing made by the soldiers
which he expressed at a meeting of the
fflcers held later at headquarters At
the gathering wine which had been
given by former Governor John S Cut
ler in appreciation of the naming of the
camp in his honor was opened
Company B of Ogden won the governors
ernors cup given to the best drilled
company of the First regiment The
competition was a good one and nar
rowed down to Company H of Salt
Lake and Company B of Ogden Both 1
companies showed fine work Company
B winning out in the stacking of arms
and inspection of pieces
The Judges in the contest were Major
J M Arrasmith and Lieutenants Lee
and Gary of the Fifteenth infantry
A big crowd of visitors was in camp
and the spectators showed much inter
est in the maneuvers and in the other
events of the day
The Signal corps defeated Company
II of Richfield in a game of baseball by
the score of 14 to 5 This morning
Company D of Mt Pleasant which now
holds the cup will play Company H
and the winning company will then
play < the Signal corps team for the
state cup
Much interest is being taken in the
field day events which are scheduled
for this afternoon
TWO suns ARE mm
D R G Starts Condemnation Pro
ceedings of Land Wanted for
Track Laying Purposes
For the purpose of getting land on
which to lay a track connecting its Bing
ham and Garfield branches the Denver
Rio Grande Railroad company started i
two suits Friday in the district court
seeking to condemn properties which are
situated In section 18 township 3 south
range 2 west Salt Lake county
One suit is directed against Thomas M
and Ada M Surbaugh and the other
against the West Mountain Placer Mining
company Thomas J Connary as admtn
stretor of the estate of Sarah Ann Con
nary Nicholas Treweek and Margaret
Treweek his wife and the Utah Copper
company
The railroad company desires the con
necting track for the transfer of passen
ger and freight traffic
SEEKS DAMAGES fOR
BEATING HE RECEIVED
M J Mitchell filed a suit in the dis
trict court Friday against Lafayette J
Dull of No 212 South Main street ask
ing 5000 damages for alleged assault
The complaint sets forth that Dull
attacked Mitchell on April 26 and struck
him several times with his fists after
which it is alleged he kicked Mitchell
downstairs and into the street Mitchell
says that as a result of the assault the
hearing of his left ear has been im
paired He says he was in the hospital
six week and believes he is entitled to
damages in the sum mentioned
RAilROAD OfFICIALS
INSPECT THE SKY LINE
Bingham Aug 13General Superin
tendent James H Daley of the Den
ver Rio Grande accompanied by a
number of operating officials visited
Bingham in his private car today to
inspect the D R G Sky Line road
and also the Copper Belt tracks
The Shea engine of the D R G
running on the Sky Line at Cup
rum ran into a coal car today The
coal car was smashed to kindling wood
and the locomotive was also damaged
to considerable extent
NO HOPE FOR HIM
Atchison Globe
There is some hope for the boy who has
to be driven into the bathtub but there
is mlghtly little hope for the boy who has
to be driven away from the mirror
LIVING flAG TO i
MARCH ON MAIN
Patriotic Spectacle Will Be a
Feature of Closing
G A R Day
At the request of hundreds of citi
zens and old veterans who failed to
see the living flag on parade day Pro
fessor William A Wetzell director of
the flag will march his children in flag
formation on Main street from the
monument to Fourth outh and return
tonight at 7 oclock just before the ad
vent of the Wizard of the Wasatch pa
rade The boys and girls of the flag
will assemble at assembly hall at 63u
oclock this evening where the capes
and caps will be again donned The
children will march to the monument
and form in flag formation at 7 oclock
This time of day has been selected so
as to exclude all possibility of a repe
tition of the scene of Wednesday
morning
Professor Wetzell urges that all
children attend this second exhibition
and all parents are assured that no
trouble whatever will arise The staff
of assistants who aided Professor Wet
zell in drilling the flag has promised
its services again
Professor J J McClelian chairman
of the music committee of the G A R
has arranged for the appearance of
Helds band the Utah State band the
Union Pacific band one of the
Kansas bands and the Ladies G A R
band to furnish music for the march
of the ilag The children will sing as
they march
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CLERK OF ARKANSAS
COURT VISITS CITY
Miss Nancy Campbell clerk for the
United States district attorney for Ar
kansas for the last ten years called at
the office of Colonel H E Booth dis
trict attorney for Utah yesterday Kin
Campbell was stopping over in Salt Lake
on her return to Arkansas after a vaca
tion trip to the Pacific coast She was
entertained during her visit here by Miss
Leo Trent whose position is the same as
that of Miss Campbell
WEATHER KIOSKS 1
Boston Transcript
If youve ever been in Moscow and
there saw a kiosk oh it wasnt just the
same you see in Boston For the open
work effect which one there must recol
lect in the Boston kiosk is altogether
lost On the Common mall at West
street where the short and long walks
best meet stands a structure of wood
iron and glass filled with various mov
ing Jiggers which trace marks on
rows of figgers and attract the curi
ous people who may pass This square
and squatty tower lacks a clock to tell
the hour and its architecture Isnt of
the best for the little Boston kiosk isnt
like a Moscow mosque its a kiosk in
name only For the rest its mission is
to show which way the winds may blow
and what the prospects are for heavy
dew and afford a mild suggestion of an
answer to the question if the weather
now is hot enough for your
Our paternal government various in
struments has sent to indicate the wea
ther to expect On the four sides of
this tower every minute every hour is
recorded any change to take effect
There are picture cards which show
how the clouds looked Rain or snow la
Indicated by a steam gauge on one side
The dally weather map Is inserted and
mayhap later on theyll show the rise
and fall of tide Three thermometers
supply the demands of those going by
for hot or cold or present temperature
while a hygrometric disk shows the av
erage sunstroke risk when the temper
ature is 92 or more There are charts
for every day and a record since the bu
reau work began
WOMANS GENTLE ART
TitBits
I often wonder said a gentleman to
a young mechanic how you ever plucked
up coffJagV enough to propose to your
wife you were always such a bashful
young fellow
Well explained the husband she
made it eay fiOr me You know I walked
out with her frequently and she must
have known X meant business But I was
always afraid to speak right out till one
night I said to her rather carelessly
I 4 Do you thing youll ever marry
She said she thought she might so I
I
said
saidWhen
When
I Whpnpver you do was her answer
and I said
I All right
So we settled the day there and then
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COMMITTEE WILL TAKE
UP COAL SUPPLY BIDS
The buildings and grounds committco
of the city board of education which
will meet Monday afternoon at
oclock will take up the bids recently
received for supplying coal to th
schools and also will receive bids for
the placing of a heating plant in th
Sumner school It is thought that th
meeting of the city board will tak
place Tuesday at noon when a report
is expected from the buildings and 1
grounds committee on the matteri
which will be considered by the com
mittee Monday
WIFE ASKS MORE MONEY
Mary E Angell who brought suit
recently against Albert F Angell ask
ing for separate maintenance on Fri
day filed a petition in the district court
asking the court to compel her hus
band to pay V5 a month towrda hr
maintenance and 290 attorneys f e >
pending the determination of Ui ca
The couple married July 18 HOT Mrs
Angell says her husband make 200 a
month but that he will not agree tll
give her more than 25 a month
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