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10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY AUG 201909 20 1909
NEW QUARTERS QUARTERSFOR I IFOR
FOR BISHOPRIC BISHOPRICMormon
Mormon Church Office Building BuildingMay BuildingMay BuildingMay
May Be Completed Before BeforeSeptember BeforeSeptember BeforeSeptember
September 1 1ARRANGEMENT 1ARRANGEMENT 1ARRANGEMENT
ARRANGEMENT OF ROOMS ROOMSAMPLE ROOMSAMPLE 1 1AMPLE I
AMPLE SPACE FOR MEN WHO WHOTRANSACT WHOTRANSACT WHOTRANSACT
TRANSACT THE BUSINESS BUSINESSThe
The ishopa > buildlnc which has been beencalled beenClIcd beenT
T called Ikd the Church Administration build buildJ
J g will be ready for occupancy it is isi ISght
i ght by Sept 1 1T
T 1 j new building will b be the permanent permanentc
c Jlrrl1s < arr arti i of the th presiding bishopric of the theit thel theM
it l T HI iii 11 church The temporarv quar quart
t IT r the Brigham Young Memorial MemorialI
I i1 Jing rg will be needed for school pur purr
r S pt 10 10i 0
i mtrance to the building will le lef 1 1f
f > IYI Main street up several granite graniteft
ft t A spacious vestibule with tiled tiledf tiledfCr tIledfcrB
f fCr xr3 und marble wainscoting is at the thet thet1
t t1 i of the steps Heavy oak doors will willc willO1
c O1 n from the vestibule ve t1bule into the main of ofnhich ofi ofc
i c c which takes up the whole width widthT widththn
< T tha th building for a diatance of 35 3 or orut
4 itt c ct hack ack In the middle of the room roomfi roomf
fi f 1 rg g the entrance 1 18 the office of the thett ther
tt r f clrrk John Well On the north northI
I 8 k 1 rt j tht chief clerks office will be the thet
t x iiLiupied by Fred Atkins of the re rec reI
c I U ng j department and on the south southK southtItat
K c tiat tf at i IIf if C A Carlson who has cnarge cnargec
c th order department departmenttx
Vbe tx office of John L Nebeker who whol
1 3 harge of the titles of all church churchrurm churchpH churchj1cprty
rurm pH prty will be on the left of the en entrance entrarce entrarcr ¬
trance on the north side of the build buildrg buildir
C < ir irg rg g William B Barton who attends to totse tot
tse l e ciUectlon of rents of church property propertya I Iod
a ad od < 3 George C Smith who has charge chargeof
of the bureau of employment and infor inhori2tn inforrr nforTJtlm
rr TJtlm it i in will also have their offices on tne tnetr thet
tr t 7 fide of the building buildingPrivate buildingPrivate buildingPrivate
Private Room for Bishop BishopTh
Th private room of the presiding pre tdtng bIt bishV
< V > r 71d id a large room which hich ie to be used usedas u usedtte ed edos
as t tl tte ic office of the t e bishopric will be lo lotcJ 10t1 lotJ
< tcJ on the south side of the main of oft
1 t r fai f ing Main street Back of the their
ir n office on the north side is a fine fineli fineh finejg
li jg b room om which will be used u ed for spe spec pe pee
c i meetings and the corresponding apace apaceen
I en J fc t south uth aide of the building will be beVE beE betE
VE E d t Vir 1r > r the stenographers room Back Backc BacktIis
c t tIis UI is Is a large IIL filing room 30x30 feet feetAT feetAr feety
AT y > provision has been made in the theTrsicrt thes the5flt
Trsicrt s el Ilt tor vault space In addition to tolaTb toa toiilts
laTb a nlts set aside for the Primary Primaryt
t t1 J ALtual associations a and the Relief ReliefE
E i > there are no las j than ten large largevits largeti
vits 1 15 built for the use of the presiding presidingrri
V TH rk for storing records although althoughc
c of them may be used by the histor historic hlBtur1sfCice haturffjce ¬
ic 1sfCice s if fire A large storage room is also aisoJ
1 a at l + d n the basement in which tons tonsor toror wnsor
or I lrks r ks and supplies of all kind can canbe canbe canbr
be Eton stofd 1 and kept clean cleanI
I uildtng Is substantially built with without withOTt withort ¬
out t E tc c sacrifice of artistic artls1cr appearance appearanP
r 1 P > I istering lstf > rlng of the basement Is com comTI coml cornTTtxi
TI l TTtxi c 1 I and everything is ready read tor putt put
i rg r fi in the woodwork The doors are arer areIW
r IW 5w v hems ing hung on the first floor and andt nd ndtl
t tl urptT floors ar are also being hunted huntedt
t i pletlon pletlonr
T r c hIp floor will be used as a 1 general generalrllx generalh generalcblv
rllx > h hall for the Relief society the theE
g Ladies Mutual Improvement as asin asf asE
f in fl and the Primary association associationSECRETARY assocIationSECRETARY associationSECRETARY
SECRETARY WILSON TO TOBE TOBE TOBE
BE INVITED TO UTAH UTAHSecretary UTAHSecretary UTAIISecretary
Secretary of Agriculture Hay Pay an anOfficial anOfficial anOfficial
Official Visit to Salt lake in inthe inthe inthe
the Near Future FutureJ FutureJrtj
J Jrtj T s Wilson secretary of the de der der der
r mrnt of agriculture may be in inLii ind n nI
Lii d I 1 1 to t come to Salt Lake following followingh
h LJ L j iit to Denver next week Secre Secretary SecretlT SecreWilson ¬
tary tlT Wilson U ilson goes to Denver to attend attendt1
t1 C C1rado > irado Food and Dairy conven convent
t n i ar d at the conclusion of that con conv contln conttn
v u tln n efforts will be made to have haver havecme e ei
r c CIme me to Salt Lake As yet Mr Mrn
n F > n has not announced his western westernit western1trcury weetern1ttciry
it 1trcury 1trcuryHB rcar rcarHs >
i Hs visit to Salt Lake if he comes comesvill comes comeswIll comesI
I wIll nut be b in his omclal capacity as ass 8 8S
s rctiry r 1 < bry of the department of agri agriculture agrlulturE agrtulture ¬
ulturE but rather as an ordinary ordinaryM ordinaryLtr
M Ltr a r It is probable however that thatf
H f L I tomes he will devote some of his histrr hisr
trr t r t V < an inspection of the branches branchescf
T cf c the th f deral < > government gov rnment in Salt Lake LakeT
T 1 ih h come directly under his super superon super2cor superThese
2cor on These are the forestry depart denartr
V r n i + the weather bureau and the bu buraa burl1 burai
raa of animal industry industryPf
1 Pf re ritary tarj Wilsons last visit to Salt SaltL
i L Lr was as strictly Incognito as he reg
I 1 fed c erl as J Wilson and one and his hisJ
1 ttv t iv was not known until after he heDURAND hit he1i
t 1i lt ctDURAND
DURAND REVERSED AGAIN AGAINCourt
Court Holds That Murray Justice Had HadNo HadNo HadNo
No Jurisdiction JurisdictionV JurisdictiontLhor
V tLhor o hfr h > r of the judgments of C F Du Dur
r 1 former f rmer Justice of the peace at Mur Murr
r v VjS as up upset et in the district court yes yest
t when Judge T D Lewis reversed rever reversedigment ed edfr
fr 1 J ugnient and issued an order re rec ree
c g ra r r IJg t Justice of the Peace Louis LouisI LouisrTI
I r rTI nr Durands successor from Issu ls lesuk u ui
3 i k i execution t > on the Judgment The Thec
c v is g brought through the Luke col colI eelagency
7 agency for 10405 claimed to be bec
c c T F I Tolton from Mr and Mrs James JamesIt
It I Jj11 r 1 jy y Tolton runs a mercantile store storeJ
J I F tr r Beaver county and the Dal Dalliw Delh
liw 11 t in Orton precinct Garfield coun countv count
t tv t 1 t the judgment was as rendered in fa fat
r f X Titon lton just the same The Dalleys Dalleysr
e t r < that Justice Durand had no jur jurun
ic iri un in the case and tie t 1e district court courtba courtbak courtba
ba bak them up in this contention contentionFor
For Rent Furnished FurnishedO
O OP L P front room In apartment at 217 217Buth 217uth 17 17f1tuth
Buth uth Second Bast elegantly furnished furnishedtah fun1i furnishedI h4d h4dla
tah la I ath + h Is suitable for two gentlemen gentlemenS
1 S D Evans EvansUndertaker EvanstndE EvansVndtrtaker
Undertaker tndE rtaker and embalmer removed to ton ton
n < y > i ation 48 South State street streetIF streetIF streetc
c IF YOU HAVE
100 100Or
4 Or more you should Invest it itaftd itahd itand
and make it earn money for foryou foryou foryou
you Our Mortgage Certificates Certificatesyield Certificatesyield Certificatesyield
yield a substantial income as asthey asthey asthey
they bear 6 per cent interest interestand interestand interestand
and are exempt from taxation taxationThey taxationThey taxationThey
They also afford unsurpassed unsurpassedsafety unsurpassedsafety unsurpassedsafety
safety each one being safe safeguarded safeguarded safeguarded ¬
guarded by a First Mortgage on onimproved onImproved onImproved
improved Salt Lake Real Estate Estateand Estateand Estateand
and our Capital and Surplus Surplusand
and are Issued for 100 and andmultiples andmuitlplcs andmutlpIes
multiples thereof The interest interestIs
Is payable monthly quarterly quarterlyor
or semiannually semiannuallySalt semlannuallySalt semiannuallystlt
Salt Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity LakeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany TrustCompny
Company
32 Up Main Street StreetCapital StreetCapital StreetCapital
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L Four Pretty Homes Are Added to the North Bench I
The north bci bl1lh bt n h I is being jractd by th thaddition tlw tlwaddition tlitaddition
addition of four more beautiful homes homesThis homesThis homesThis
This row of hnust s has recently been beencompleted beencompllted beencomplettd
completed b by > the S Salt < tlt Lake Security
Trust company from plans drawn by Ar Architect Architect Architect ¬
chitect A J Hamilton and is located locatedon
on C street near its intersection with wltfiNinth withNinth withNinth
Ninth avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The houses are each two stories in inheight Inheight Inheight
height of light pressed brick and shingle shingleconstruction shingleconstruction shingleconstruction
construction with wit h cement foundations
UPPER GRADES GRADESGONSOLIDAUD GRADESCONSOLIDATED
CONSOLIDATED GONSOLIDAUDSuperintendent
Superintendent of Schools Is Issues Issues Issues ¬
sues Instructions for En Enrollment Enrollment Enrollment
rollment of 8A Pupils PupilsDISTRICTS PupilsDISTRICTS PupilsDISTRICTS
DISTRICTS APPORTIONED APPORTIONEDSUPERVISORS APPORTIONEDSUPERVISORS APPORTIONEDSUPERVISORS
SUPERVISORS PREPARING TO BE BEGIN BEGIN BEGIN ¬
GIN WORK FOR THE YEAR YEARA
A circular letter to principals of the thecity thecity thecity
city schools was issued yesterday oe terday by bySuperintendent bySuperintendent bySuperintendent
Superintendent D H Christensen in re regard regard regard ¬
gard to the distribution of the SA pu pupils pupils pupile ¬
pils for the term which opens There Therewill Therewill Therewilt
will be about 4M pupils who 00 will be begraduated begraduated begraduated
graduated from the elementary schools schoolsin
in January but owing to the scattered scatteredclasaee scatteredclas scatteredclasses
classes clas it has been found necessary to togroup togroup togroup
group them at different schools always alwaysmaking alwaysmaking alwaysmaking
making the districts as compact as pos possible possible poesible ¬
sible The circular explaining where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the students will attend school for the thehalf thehalf thehalf
half term reads as follows follows8A
8A classes at the beginning of the theyear theyear theyear
year will be organized in the Lafay Lafayette Lafayette Lafayette ¬
ette Lowell Oquirrh Sumner Union Unionand Unionand Unionand
and Webster schools Members of the theSA the8A theSA
SA class residing in the Franklin FranklinGrant FranklinGrant FranklinGrant
Grant Jackson Lincoln and Onequa Onequadistricts Onequadistricts Onequadistricts
districts will enter the Union those liv living Hving living ¬
ing in the Washington district will go goto goto goto
to the Lafayette while the Sumner will willreceive willreceive willreceive
receive the SA class from the Hamilton Hamiltondistrict Hamiltondistrict Hamiltondistrict
district The Wasatch pupils In this thisclass thiscJ88 thisclass
class may distribute themselves among amongthe
the schools above listed or they may mayattend mayattend mayattend
attend either the Lafayette or the Union Unionin
in a body bod About ten or fifteen of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pupils living in the Webster will willbe willbe ill illbe
be expected to enroll at the Sumner or orthe orthe orthe
the Oquirrh sjiould the full class of of4l
45 4 apply at the Webster Bonneville BonnevilleSA
SA A pupils may choose any school here herelisted herelisted herelisted
listed listedPrincipals
listedPrlnclpal8
Principals are kindly klndl requested to tocommunicate tocommunicate tocommunicate
communicate this information to pupils pupilsand pupilsand pupilsand
and parents that may be interested interestedOf
Of course it is i possible that some somenew somenew somenew
new conditions may arise at the open opening openI opening ¬
ing of schools that will require a alight alightreadjustment slightreadjustment iightreadjustment
readjustment in these plans plansThe planaThe plansThe
The first ftr t meeting of the several su supervisors supervisors supervisors ¬
pervisors will be held in the assembly assemblyroom
room at the superintendents office Mon Monday Monday ¬
day morning August 30 at 9 oclock oclockfor oclockfor
for the purpose of taking up the school schoolwork sch091work schoolwork
work The regular ular school work for the theyear theyear
year ye r will begin September 7 and the thesupervisors thesupervisors thesupervisors
supervisors will ill start with their work workone workone workone
one week earlier earlierAn
An examination for teachers in the thecity theiity i icity
city schools will be held August 30 and I
31 in the meeting room of the board boardof bo rd rdof
of education educationDANGER educationDANGER I
DANGER OF ICE FAMINE FAMINEFOR FAMINEFOR FAMINEFOR
FOR SEASON IS PASSED PASSEDWith
With prospects of cooler weather the theimmediate theimmediate theImmediate
immediate danger of the threatened ice icefamine icetamlne Icefamine
famine is said to be over Unless an anunexpected anunexpected anunexpected
unexpected and continued heated period periodcomes periodcomes periodcomes
comes upon Salt Lake the supply of ic icnow Ice iC8now Icenow
now in sight will be ample to supply supplythe
the needs of the city Ice dealers are arestill arestill arestill
still practicing economy in the distribu distribution distribution distribuion ¬
tion of ice and are storing the surplus surplusagainst surplusagainst surplusagainst
against a possible po ible emegency Each one oneof oneof oneof
of the ice dealers yesterday expressed expressedconfidence expres expressedconfidence ed edconftdence
confidence that all danger of an Ice Icefamine icefamine icefamine
famine was past pastPROMINENT pastPROMINENT pastPROMINENT
PROMINENT TEXAS ELK ELK1GUEST ELKGUEST ELKGUEST
GUEST OF LOCAL LODGE LODGERabbi
Rabbi and Mrs Samuel Marks of San SanAntonio SanAntonio SanAntonio
Antonio Tex left for their home last lastnight lutnight lastiilght
night after spending a day in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake as the guests of the local lodge lodgeof
of Elks Rabbi Marks is at the head headof
of the Jewish synagogue s at San An Antonio Antonio Antonlo ¬
tonio and is chaplain of the San An Antonio Antonio Antonlo ¬
tonio lodge of Elks Vrednesday ecJne ay even evenin evenIng evenlag
in lag he was the guest of honor at an in informal infonnal Informal ¬
formal affair at the local lodge where wherehe wherehe
he delivered an eloquent speech on onOur onOur onOur
Our Absent Brothers BrothersFOREST BrothersFOREST BrothersFOREST
FOREST SERVICE MAN MANRETURNS MANRETURNS MANRETURNSFROM
RETURNS RETURNSFROM FROM SALINA SALINAR
R V Reynolds of the forest service serviceoffice serviceotftce serviceoiflce
office here returned yesterday from a arange aranp arange
range inspection trip in the Salina for forest foreM foreM ¬
eM district districtWilliam districtWilliam districtWilliam
William Winter connected with the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States forest service district No
4 at Ogden is in Salt Lake at present presentgathering presentgatherl presentgathering
gathering data in the United Stateland State Statland Statesland
land office necessary nece ary to tne revision of ofboundaries ofboundarieS ofboundaries
boundaries on the Ibapah district districtBOY districtBOY districtBOY
BOY FOUND ON TRAIN TRAINIS
IS OBJECT OBJECTOF OF SEARCH SEARCHWalter
Walter Booher 11 years old son of ofW ofW ofw
W E Booher who was believed to have havebeen ha habeen havebeen
been lost in Salt Lake Is reported to tohave tohave tohave
have been found in Grand Junction Colo ColoThe ColoThe ColeThe
The boy boarded the train while his hi father fatherbelieved fatherbeUeved fatherbelieVed
believed him to have been been n left at the thestation thestation thesttlcn
station The father left Monday night for forGrand forGrand forGrand
Grand Junction JunctionPRBB JunctionFREE JunctionFREE
a
FREE AUTO TRIPS EVERY HOUR HOURTo
To Laurelhurst ACRE lot addition on
Bast EastBenchPhone BastBench Bench Phone and make appoint appointments appointments appointments ¬
ments Chandler Soules Co Ind 167
Bell 2169 2169Do 2159Do 169Do
S
Do you kodak We finish and also alsosell alsoEell alsosell
sell the supplies Salt Lake Photo PhotoSupply PhotoSupply PhotoSupply
Supply Co 142 Main street streetKodak streetKodak streetKodak
Kodak Finishing FinishingSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co 142 Main
Each house hou > t contains ight rooms ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged with a view to thebest the best possible possiblecomfort possiblecomfort possiblecomfort
comfort of the inmates inmatesBelieving inmatesBelleying inmatesBelieving
Believing that the hot water heating heatingsystem heatingsystem heatingsystem
system Is the latest and most approved approvedplan approvedplan approvedplan
plan for heating homes the builders have haveinstalled haveinstalled haveinstalled
installed it in each house houseWhile househUe houseWhile
While hUe the houses are all similar In Instructural Instructural Instructural
structural design still there Is just Juptenough jUl justenough t tenough
enough difference diff rence to give artistic variety varietyto
to the row
fiREWORKS NOT NOTLIKEPROGRAM I IUK
UK LIKEPROGRAM LIKEPROGRAMExecutive PROGRAM PROGRAMI PROGRAMExecutive I
Executive Committee of G A AR AR AR
R Will Refuse to Pay Full FullAmount FullAmount FullAmount
Amount AmountThe
The executive committee of the G A R Rencampment Rencampment Itencampment
encampment yesterday was unanimous in inits InIts inits
its declaration that the 4600 paid to the thePain thePain thePain
Pain Fireworks company for four dis displays displays displays ¬
plays on Ensign peak was more than thanample thanample thanample
ample remuneration The original con contract contract eontract ¬
tract between the committee e and the fire fireworks fireworks fireworks ¬
works company called for a payment of ofG
6000 G but the position of the committee committeetaken committeetaken committeetaken
taken yesterday was that the fireworks fireworkscompany fireworkscompany fireworkscompany
company had failed to carry out the thespecifications thespecifications thespecifications
specifications of the contract and the ex extra extra extia ¬
tra K000 3O will probably not be paid paidWhen paidhen paidWhen
When hen the contract was entered into the thePain thePain thePain
Pain company promised prom1 ed that the spectacle spectacledisplayed spectacledl spectacledisplayed
displayed dl p1ayed from Ensign peak for the four fournights fournights fournights
nights during encampment week would wouldsurpass wouldsurpasa wouldsurpass
surpass anything of its kind ever before beforeproduced beforeproduced beforeproduced
produced here Aerial fireworks flreworksdeslgns flreworksdeslgnsof designs designsof
of a beautiful and spectacular nature naturegreat naturegrtt naturegreat
great cannonading and od displays that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would illuminate the entire valley are areamong areamong areamong
among the features said to have been beenpromised beenproml beenpromised
promised proml ed Programs of the display for foreach foreach foreach
each evening were also submitted in including Includfng ineluding ¬
eluding these the e features featuresIn
In view of the promises promlletlmade made by the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company and the specifications Iflcatlons agreed agreedupon agreedupon agreedupon
upon the executive committee is of the theunanimous theunanimous theunanimous
unanimous opinion that the fireworks fireworkswere
were ere very much of a flute and that the thedisplays thedillplays thedisplays
displays promised dwindled to far less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than what might be expected at an ordi ordinary omtrary orditary ¬
nary Fourth of July celebration The Thecompany Thecompany Thecompany
company had already been paid < < 4000 000 and andthe andthe andthe
the committee could not call that back backbut backbut backbut
but the indications are that this amount amountwill amountwill amountwill
will be all that the company will ill receive receiveDefinite receiveDefinite receiveDefinite
Definite action on the bill b l will be taken takentoday takentoda takentoday
today toda by the executive committee after afterhearing afterhearing afterhearing
hearing the report qf a special committee committeeappointed committeeappolnfed committeeappoLnted
appointed to investigate inve Ugate the alleged allegedbreach allegedbrea allegedbreach
breach brea h of contract This committee con conlIsts eoniitsts consists ¬
lIsts of Judge Jud E F Colborn exGovernor exGovernorHeber exGovernorHeber exGovernorHeber
Heber M Wells and W V J Halloran HalloranState H4110ranA H4110ranSQUIRES HdhloranSQUIR
A
SQUIRES SQUIR ES NAMED NAMEDUTAHDELEGATE NAMmUTAH
UTAH UTAHDELEGATE UTAHDELEGATEState DEUGAU DEUGAUState
State Insur Insurance nce Commissioner Commissionerto
to Attend National Conven Convention Convention Convention ¬
tion at Colorado Springs SpringsColonel
Colonel George B Squires state insur insurance insurance Insurance ¬
ance commissioner will represent Utah at atthe atthe atthe
the conventioa of the National AssacH AssacHtlon A88tchUon Assacition
tlon of Insurance Commissioners to oeheld oe oeheld oeheld
held at Colorado Sprit Sprlrgs gs August 21 t to toColonel 27 27Colonel 27Colonel
Colonel Squires vill l l leave Sunday SundayThe SundayThe SundayThe
The association will deal with the most mostvital mostvital mostvital
vital insurance Issues of the day such suchas
as the fraternal insuiance situation and andspecial andpeclal andspecial
special taxation of insurance organiza organizations organizations organizelions ¬
tions Adequate insurance legislation legi atlvn viiI wiilbe willbe viiIbe
be advocated adv > cated at the convention conventionThe
The program for the four days of con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention follows followsFirst followsFi1lt followsFirst
First day August 24 4 9 a m Addresses mAddre mAddreof mAddressesof Addressesof
of welcome by John F Shaforth governor governorof
of Colorado and the mayor of Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprings
Springs Responies by b the vice president presidentFrederick presidentderlck presidentFroderick
Frederick derlck W Pott T r of Illinois Presi Presidents Preoiidents Preidents ¬
dents address Benjamin F Grouse of ofMaryland ofMaryland ofMaryland
Maryland Reports of committees committeesSecond committeesSecond committeesSecond
Second day August Au st 25 25Addres Address The TheFraternal TheFraternal TheFraternal
Fraternal Insurance Situation James R RYoung RYoung ItYoung
Young of North Carolina Taxation of ofInsurance ofInsurance ofInsurance
Insurance Conpantes s Thomas B Love Loveof Loveof Loveof
of Texas The Mutualization of Stock StockCompanies StockCompanies StockCompanies
Companies Joseph Jo eph Button of Virginia VirginiaInsurance VirginiaIlUIuranc VirginiaInsurance
Insurance Legislation W V L Clayton Claytonof
of Colorado discussion of papers papersThird papersThird papersThird
Third dy August 2t Discussion 2IDlseul lon of ofcommittee ofcommittee ofcommittee
committee reports reportsFcurth reportaFcurth reportsFcurth
Fcurth day August 27 27lenera1 General discus discussion dl discussion cua cuaslon ¬
sion of o department practices practicesA
A trip will 11I be arranged for the eastern easterndelegates ea easterndelegates tern terndelegates
delegates to take in Denver Lo Angeles AngelesSan
San Francisco Portland Seattle Van Vancouver Yancouer Vancouver ¬
couver and St Paul In InSan San 5a Francisco Franciscothe
the party will be the guests of the Met Metropolitan Metropolitan I8tropolltan ¬
ropolitan Life at the opening of the com companys companys cornpanys ¬
panys new ne Pacific coast coa t headquarters headquartersThe
The public is cordially invited to at attend attend attend ¬
tend a a card and lawn social to be given givenby glvl glvlb givenby
by b the Ladies Auxiliary of the theMachinists theMAchinists theMachinists
Machinists Saturday evening August
21 1 at 443 South First West Refresh Refreshments Refreshments Refreshmeats ¬
ments lOc
Chinese ChineseGlycerine ChineseGlycerine
Glycerine GlycerineS GlycerineSOAP GlycerineSOAP
S SOAP SOAPSpecial
Special this week week50c week50c week50c
50c 50cthe 50cthe 50cthe
the box boxof
of six cakes cakesWHERE cakesSCHRAMMS cakesSCI1RAM1S
SCHRAMMS SCHRAMMSW1JERE S
WHERE THE CARS STOP STOPSoap STOPSoap STOPSoap
Soap Shopp
1
Loicitni on gen < < ni t I iv sloping lull the therov therow therow
row commands c an fxijll fJtt x11flt > Ilnt nt view iev of the thelower thelower thelower
lower portion of thn tli city and the valley valleyh valleybeyond valleybeyond
h beyond beyondSpecIal beyondSpeelal > ond ondSpecial
Special features featur s in each house are the thesleeping thesleeping thesleeping
sleeping porches in the rear These are arewell arewell arewell
well screened and the occupants of th thhouses thhousell thhouses
houses will be able to sleep sltM > p with com comfort comfort cornfort ¬
fort when people less comfortably pro provided provlded provided ¬
vided are suffering with the heat
UTAHS EXHIBIT EXHIBITAT
AT EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONGovernor
Governor Calls Meeting to Dis Discuss Discuss Discuss ¬
cuss Ways to Advertise Advertisethe
the State StateBIG StateBIG StateBIG
BIG AFFAIR AT CHICAGO CHICAGOPROMINENT CHiCAGOPROMINENT CHICAGOPROMINENT
PROMINENT CITIZENS HOPE TO TOPROVIDE TOPROVIDE TOPROVIDE
PROVIDE REPRESENTATION REPRESENTATIONW
W V L Griswold of the staff of the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Tribune is in Salt Lake in the theinterest theIntert theInterest
interest of the United States Land and andIrrigation andIrrigation andIrrigation
Irrigation exposition to be beheld held in Chi Chicago Chicago Ciiicago ¬
cago from Nov 22 2 to Dec 5 under the theauspices theauapicea theauspices
auspices of the Chicago Tribune Space Spaceon
on the main floor of the Coliseum where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the exposition will be held has been re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served for Utah and efforts are being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made to place in that space an exhibit exhibitthat exblbitthat exhibitthat
that will do credit to the state stateAt stateAt stateAt
At a special meeting of citisens Inter Interested intErested Interested ¬
ested in the proper advertising adverti mg of the thestate thestate thestate
state called for 11 oclock today at the thfgovernors tb tbgovernors thegovernors
governors Office ctf ce by Governor Spry the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of making un exhibit for Utan Utanat
at this exposition will be taken up Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor Spry has asked F J Kiesel of Og Ogden Ogden Ogden
den Fisher Harris J 1 Edward Taylor T TC 1 1C 1C
C Callister John Dern Caleb Tanner TannerD
D S Spencer > r Colonel I A Benton Ken Kenreth Ke1reth Kenreth
reth Kerr A W Young T L Allen A AF AF AF
F Doremus and other persons actively activelyinterested activelyInterested acUvelyinterested
interested in the irrigation enterprises of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state and in the advertising < < of the theresources theresources theresources
resources of Utah who have become In Interested Interested interested ¬
terested in the question of making an ex exhibit exItiblt cxLlbit ¬
hibit In Chicago and who are urging urgingthat urgtnlftbat urgingthat
that Utah be represented in this expo exposltion exposltlon expositlon
sltion sltionF sltlonFor sitlonFor
F For r this exposition exhibits will be bemade beJI1fIde bemade
made by California Washington Oregon OregonColorado OregonCoIeracJo OregonColorado
Colorado Idaho and almost every other otherwestern otbelweetern otherwestern
western state Utah Is practically tfea tfeaonly Uaaonly thaonly
only state in the west w t that has ha not yet yetdefinitely yetdennltely yetdefinitely
definitely decided to be represented at atthe atthe atthe
the expositi m At todays meeting how however however however ¬
ever it is probable that arrangements arrangementswill
will be made to take ake ke the space reserved reservedfor re rved rvedfor
for Utah and to place in it an exhibit exhibitthat exhibitthat exhibitthat
that will be a credit to the state stateThe stateTbe stateThe
The exhibit in Chicago from an ad advertising adertlBlng adS ¬
vertising S point of view will probably be beone beone beone
one of the mot valuable the state has hasever hasever hasever
ever had Chicago people have been the theones theones theones
ones who have h ve furnished a large portion portionof
of the capital for the financing of west western westem est estern ¬
ern Irrigation projects and a convincing convincingexhibit convlnclnllfexhibit convincingexhibit
exhibit of Utahs resources would prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be instrumental in attracting desir desirable dearal desirable ¬
able al > le capital to Utah UtahDuring UtahDuring UtahDuring
During the last week of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Land and Irrigation exposition in inChicago InChicago inChicago
Chicago will also be held In Chicago the theNational theatlonal theNational
National Livestock exposition The live livrstock livestock livestock
stock exposition alone is expected to tobring tobring tobring
bring half a million visitors to Chicago Chicagoand
and of course a large proportion of these thesewill the thesewill e ewill
will visit the National Land and Irri Irrigstion Irrlgtlon IrrigtIon
gstion exposition Special rates have havebeen havebten havebeen
been obtained from all of the railroads railroadsand railroadand
and the two expositions are expected to toattract toattract toattract
attract recordbreaking crowds crowdsRAILROAD crowdsRAILROAD crowdsRAILROAD
RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTIONBEING
BEING RUSHED IN IDAHO IDAHORailroad IDAHORailroad IDAHORailroad
Railroad construction work on four dif different different different ¬
ferent parts of Idaho on the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLme ShortLine
Line is progressing rapid is the report reportmade reportmade reportmade
made by Warren L Wattis attis of the Utah UtahConstruction UtahConstruction UtahConstruction
Construction company who was in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake yesterday on business businessMr
Mr Ir Wattis has charge of five contracts contractsfor
for the company four of which are in inIdaho InIdaho InIdaho
Idaho and one near the IdahoOregon IdahoOregonline
line Hundreds of men and teams are areemployed areemployed areemployed
employed and the work is being rushed rushedas
as rapidly as possible so that the bulk of ofIt ofIt ofIt
It will have been completed before win winter winter winter ¬
ter terYOUTHFUL terYOUTHFUL terYOUTHFUL
o
YOUTHFUL WANDERER WANDERERSENTENCED WANDERERSENTENCED WANDERERSENTENCED
SENTENCED TO OGDEN OGDENHarry
Harry Stone aged 17 years was yes yesterday yestenlay yesterday ¬
terday committed to the State Industrial Industrialschool Industrialehool Industrialschool
school by Judge E G Gowans of the ju juvenile Juvenile juvenue ¬
venile court The boy had stolen some sometrinkets sometrinkets sometrinkets
trinkets from the Five ve and Ten Cent Centstore Centstore Centstore
store His home Is believed to be In Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver but he has been leading the life of ofa ofa ofa
a tramp for months monthsThe monthThe monthsThe
The session may be the last of Judge JudgeGowans JudgeGowana JudgeGowans
Gowans in the Juvenile court as he be begins beln5 begins ¬
gins ln5 the work of superintendent of the theIndustrial theIndustrial theIndustrial
Industrial school at Ogden on Septem September ¬
ber 1 1STATE 1STATE 1STATE
STATE AUDITOR MOVING MOVINGTO
TO ENLARGED ENLARGEDQUARTERS ENLARGEDQUARTERSThe QUARTERS QUARTERSThe
The work of moving books circulars circularsdesks circularsdesks lrculaTsdelJka
desks and hundreds hun reds of periodicals from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the office of A C Nelson state super superintendent superIntendent superIntendent ¬
intendent of public instruction to the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of the state auditor Jesse D DJewkes DJewkes DJewkes
Jewkes was started yesterday Three of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the superintendents employes have been beenProvided beenprovided beenprovided
provided with office space in Governor Governorprys GovernorSprys GovernorSprys
Provided Sprys prys office until the auditors rooms roomsare roomsare roomsare
are ready for occupancy The auditor will willmove willmove willmove
move to the superintendents office on onthe onthe onthe
the main floor of the City and County Countybuilding Countybuilding Countybuilding
building buildingCITIZENS buildingCITIZENS buildingCITIZENS
CITIZENS ASK DELAY DELAYIN
IN SIDEWALK LAYING LAYINGProperty LAYINGProperty LAYINGProperty
Property owners Jn n Fifth West street streetbetween streetbetween streetbetween
between Fourth South and Third South Southhave Southhave Southhave
have petitioned the council not to start startthe startthe startthe
the laying of cement sidewalks on that thatblock thatblock thatblock
block right away as they purpose making makingmany makingmany makingmany
many improvements and the sidewalks sidewalkswill
will be only onl a hindrance They ask that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the sidewalks be not laid until after they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have Improved their property The peti patftion petition petition
tion Is signed b by Mrs Belle Buek George GeorgeWoolam GeorguVoolam GeorgeWoolam
Woolam and the Utah Ice Storage Storagecompany Storagecompany Storagecompany
company companyS companySIIIflL13YMACMILLAN
S IDLEY1IAC3IILLAN CO COThe COTtle COTile
The only stationery and office officesupply officesupply officesupply
supply store in Salt Lake oper operating1 operating operating ¬
ating their own printing office offl e
71 E 3rd So Both phones phonesHighest phonesHlghe phonesI
I < I IHighest
Highest t price paid for strictly fresh fresheggs fresheggs fresheggs
eggs THE ROYAL CAFE CAFEMcCoys CAFEMcCoys
0 0McCoys
McCoys livery carriage carlageand and light lightlivery lIg lightliverv t tlivery
livery Both phone SI 1
p
i iREADY
LAMB CROP CROPIS CROPISREADYTO IS
READY READYTO TO MOVE MOVEUtah
Utah Will Send Nearly One Mil Million Million Mulion ¬
lion Head to the Eastern EasternMarkets EasternMarkets EasternMarkets
Markets MarketsISGOVERNMENT MarketsISGOVERNMENT MarketsISGOVERNMENT
ISGOVERNMENT INSPECTED INSPECTEDSPECIAL
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO PRE PREVENT PREVENT PREVENT ¬
VENT SPREAD OF DISEASE DISEASEMore
More than 40 per cent of the entire entirenumber e entirenumber ure II
number of sheep in Utah will be shipped shippedto
to eastern packing centers In the course courseof
of this years shipping Mason son which whichopens whichopens I
opens the latter part of August and con continues conHnuts continuEs ¬
tinues through September Between 900 900OuO 900OVO 9000v0
OuO and 1000006 Utahbred lambs and year yearlings yearlings ear earlings ¬
lings will be shipped to Chicago Omaha OmahaKansas OmahaKanas OmahaKansas
Kansas City and St Louts and will 111 sell sellat 8eUat sellat
at prices ranging from 210 O to S a head headThe headThe headThe
The number of last hil t spring lambs now nowready nowrEad nowready
ready rEad for the packing plants Is larger largerthan largerthan largerthan
than usual owing owh to favorable climatic climaticconditions climaticcon clImaticconditions
conditions con ltlons during the hart spring Iamb Iambing lamIng lambtrig
ing season in this state stateThe IItateThe stateThe
The opening of the shipping season Ic Icoccasion isoccasion Iioccasion
occasion for strenuous activity among the thesheepmen thesheepmen thesheepmen
sheepmen and the inspectors of the local localUnited localUnlted localUnited
United States bureau of animal Indust IndustEvery IndUstrEvery Industry IndustryEvery
Every lamb or yearling leaving the state statemust statemust statemust
must be inspected in pec thoroughly and when whenever whenever whenever ¬
ever any evidence evl ence of scabies or other otherdiseases otherdiseases otherdiseases
diseases peculiar to sheep Is found In a aconsignment IIconsignment aconsignment
consignment ready for the th market the theentire theentire theentire
entire lot is held up until proper pre precautions precautions peecautions ¬
cautions to prevent the spread of the thedisease thedisease thedisease
disease can be taken ta n These consist of ofdipping ofdipping ofdipping
dipping and Isolating the consignment con lgn111eJ1t un until until until ¬
til the disease has disappeared disappearedAt di aplHtaredAt
At present the local bureau has twenty twentyinspectors twent twentInspectors twentyinspectors
inspectors throughout Utah and eastern easternNevada easternNevada easternNevada
Nevada actively engaged in the inspec inspection Inspection inspectton ¬
tion of all prospective shipments Twelve Twelveof
of these inspectors are in Utah UtahThose UtahThose UtahThose
Those in charge of the local animal animalbureau animalbureau animalbureau
bureau report an unusually healthy health con condition condition condition ¬
dition among Utah herds These are now nowranging nowranging nowranging
ranging the mountain summer ranges on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which pasturage has been exceptional exceptionalfavorable exceptionalfaorable exceptionallyfavorable
favorable this summer As a result resulthealthy resulthealthy resulthealthy
healthy and wellfattened mutton has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been raised and the sheepmen anticipate anticipatelittle
little troubleIn trouble In getting their shipments shipmentspast
past the government officials officialsThe officialsThe officialsThe
The various issues of the shipping sea season seaeon ¬
son will 111 be met and discussed at length lengthwhen lengthwhen lengthwhen
when the state board of sheep commis commissioners com commissloners mill millsloners ¬
sloners holds its regular meeting next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week Members of the Utah AVoolgrow AVoolgrowers Vool w wers
ers association and officials from the bu bureau burfltU buresu ¬
reau of animal industry will also be bepresent bepresent bepresent
present at this meeting meetingIn
In connection with the sheep industry Indu try
in general the state board will take up upthe upthe upthe
the matter of the all dipping which all allflocks allflocks allflocks
flocks are put through before trailing
from the mountain ranges to the winter winterIng winterIng wintering
Ing places on the desert This year spe special special spacial ¬
cial car will be taken looking to the thethorough thethoro thethorough
thorough thoro sanitary conditions of all buck buckherds buckherdtl buckherds
herds before they are turned In with the therest there8t therest
rest of the sheep sh p This Is counted upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the reduce the liabilities of an epidemic epidemicof
of If scabies breaking out among the lamb lambcrop lambcrop lambcrop
crop In the spring The buck herds will willbe willbe iii iiibe
be given extra dipping according to the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present plans of the sheepmen before the thefall thefall thefall
fall exodus to the desert ranges rangesFind rangesPOliCE rangesPOLICE
POliCE CALLED CAlUDTO
TO INVESTIGATE INVtSTIGAUFind
Find Use of Deadly Gas in Fu Fumigating Fumigating Fumigating ¬
migating but Warning Is IsGiven IsGiven IsGiven
Given GivenA
A complaint was W made to S M Barlow Barlowchief Barlochief Barlowchief
chief of police Thursday afternoon that thatthe th thatthe t tthe
the West Disinfecting Dt company the agent agentor < < ent entof
or which Wednesday afternoon was held heldresponsible heldre heldrespmeible
re responsible for the death of Corydon W WHlgflns WHlgclns WHiggins
Higgins were still fumigating with the thedeadly thed thedeadly
deadly d l1dy hydrocyanic hyd yanlc acid gas in the Ox Oxford Oxford Oxford ¬
ford flats and that a woman had be beovelcome been beenovercome n novercome
overcome with the fumes Chief Barlow Barlowcommunicated Barlowcommunicated BarlowcommunIcated
communicated with City Attorney H J JDinninny JDinnlnny JDlnninny
Dinninny MS to what course CQur e to follow followHe followHE followHe
He was told to stop the use of the gas gasuntil ga gauntil gasuntil
until the case on hand ha C1 had been dis disposed disPOSed disposed ¬
posed of On investigation at t the Hate Hateby na naby flatsby
by the police department the chief found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that the gas was still being used but butthat bUtthat butthat
that the house had practically been va vacated vacated vacated ¬
cated and that signs s ns had been placed placedaround placedaround placedaround
around telling of the dangerous quality qualityof
of the gas Since these precautions had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been taken and since the house hou e was prac practically practically practically ¬
tically empty the chief did not see fit fitto fitto fitto
to stop the use of the fumigator inmigatorRepresentative tumlgatorON fumigatorON
ON SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC EPIDfMICRepresentative EPIDEMICRepresentative
Representative of State Board of ofHealth ofHealth ofHealth
Health to Issue Report on Re Return Return Return ¬
turn From Payson PaysonThe
The actual status of the smallpox epi epidemic epidemic epidemic ¬
demic at Payson concerning which nu numerous numerous flunierous ¬
merous contradictory reports have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made will be known at the th office of the thestate thestate thestate
state board of health this afternoon when whenProfessor whenProfei80r whenProfeseor
Professor John Sundwall of the depart department department department ¬
ment of anatomy at the University of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah returns from a three days da s trip of ofinvestigation ofinvestil8Uon ofInvestigation
investigation in that district Professor ProfessorSundwall ProfeBBOrSundwall ProfessorSundwahl
Sundwall is in Payson at the request reque t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state board of health which has re received received recelved ¬
ceived reports of an alarming number of ofsmallpox ofsmallpox ofsmallpox
smallpox cases in that town These re reports reports reports ¬
ports were later contradicted by citizens citizensof
of Payson who declared that only three threecases threeca threecases
cases ca of the disease now exist existIn existIn existIn
In case the first reports are verified verifiedPayson verifiedPason verifiedPayson
Payson will be put under generaj quar quarantine quaranUpe quarantipe ¬
antine antineOn anUpeOn
On his return Professor Sundwall will willalso wiltalso 111 111al80
also file a written report of his bacteri bacteriological bacteriological bacteriological ¬
ological investigations into the strange strangegoat strangegoat strangegoat
goat fever malady which hlch has broken brokenout brokenout brokenout
out so extensively in southern parts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state He returned last Monday and andreported andreported andreported
reported that the disease was of peculiar peculiarnature peculiarnature peculiarnature
nature and that bacteriological bacteriolo glcat tests testswould testsWould testswould
would have to be made before a true di diagnosis diagnosis dlagnosis ¬
agnosis could be rendered renderedBreeden renderedBreeden renderedBreeden
Breeden Office OfuiceSupply Supply Co Cofor Coor Cofor
for or stationery typewriters systems 60 60West 60West 60West
West 2nd So Both telephones The Thelargest Thelargest Thelargest
largest stationery store in Utah UtahCHANCE UtahCHANCE UtahCHANCE
CHANCE IS NOT AN ELEMENT ELEMENTIN
IN THE DESIGN AND MANUFAC MANUFACTURE MANUFACTURE MANUPACTURE ¬
TURE OF BEAUTIFUL AND USE USEFUL USEFUL USEPIlL ¬
FUL JEWELRY JEWELRYTHE
THE FIRST ESSENTIAL IS EX EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE ¬
PERIENCE THEN SKILL SKILLTASTE SKI SKILLTASTE L L LTASTE
TASTE TIME TI AND FINE MATE MATERIAL MATERIAL MATERIAL ¬
RIAL RIALWE RIALWE RIALWE
WE HAVE ALL THE ESSEN ESSENTIALS ESSENTIALS ES SEN SENTIALS ¬
TIALS AND OUR RESULTS RESULTSHAVE RESULTSHAVE BESDITSHAVE
HAVE ESTABLISHED OUR REP REPUTATION REPUTATION REPUTATION ¬
UTATION UTATIONl
I7O I7OIK
IK It ItSALT
SALT LAKE LA1 CITY UTAH
0 0irThcAPK
irThcAPK l KARK or oPAGUAPANT kGUARA tI
Removal Sale SaleSpecials SaleSpecials
Specials SpecialsAnother A
Another cut has been made in a big lot of mens suits and andnow andnow andROW
now you may save nearly twothirds in many cases casesTwo casesar
7 5 Two Big Specials Specialsare s975 7 5
are ar offered offeredat675and at 675 and
975 and we know 1m v that thatsuch thatsuch thatsuch
such values were never neveroffered neyeloffered neveroffered
offered before One look will convince you Benjamin Benjaminsuits
suits are onethird off Fancy Vests half price
245 MAIN STREET AFTER SEPTEMBER 10 10111113
111113 MAIN STREET
i
ROYAL NEL NELC WELCOME NELCOMEAWAITSUTAHNS i iAWAITS
AWAITSUTAHNS AWAITSUTAHNSC AWAITS UTAHNS UTAHNSc
C P Overfield Says Cadets Cadetsand Cadetsand Cadetsand
and Choir Will Be Well Re Received Received Received ¬
ceived at Seattle SeattleC
C P Overfleld commissioner of the theAlaskaYukonPaciflc theAlask theAlaskaYukonPacific
AlaskaYukonPaciflc Alask YukonPacific exposition re returned returnfd returned ¬
turned from Seattle yesterday where wherehe
he has been for the last ten days on onbusiness onbusiness I
business relating to Utahs exhibit Mr MrOverfield lr J JOverfleld I IOverfield
Overfield says he finds that the expo exposition exposltlon expositlon ¬
sition is a most pronounced success aucce s the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two million mark in attendance having havingJust havingjuet havingjust
Just been past and it is i expected that thatat thatat thatat
at least two million more will attend attendbefore attendbefore attendbefore
before the exposition closes Much in interest InterMt Intereat ¬
terest 18 being shown in the prospective prospectivevisit
visit to Seattle of o the > High school schoolcadets schoolcadets schoolcadets
cadets and the boys will receive a awarm awarm awarm
warm welcome there and every ever ar arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
rangement is being made looking to toward toward toward ¬
ward proper attentions for them The TheTabernacle TheTabernacle TheTabernacle
Tabernacle choir will undoubtedly have havea
a good patronage at its concerts he hesays hesays
says Elaborate arrangements are b be being being 7 7ing
ing made for a reception to be given to toGovernor toGovernor toGovernor
Governor William Spry the commis commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
sioners and the members of the gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors staff in the Washington state statebuilding statebuilding statebuilding
building on the th evening of Utah day dayAuguet dayAugust dayAugust
August 26 the High school cadet band bandbeing bandbeing bandbeing
being invited to furnish the music for forthat fortha forthat
that t occasion occasionMuch occasionMuch occasionMuch
Much credit is due to Director Gen General General Genera ¬
eral era W V H Rowe and the hostees Mrs MrsCharlotte MrsCharlotte MrsCharlotte
Charlotte C Stevenson and the other otherattaches otherattacbes otherattaches
attaches of the Utah exhibit for the ac acceptable acceptable acceptable ¬
ceptable manner in which Utah is be being beIng being ¬
ing represented Mrs Stevenson being beingwithout beingwithout beingwithout
without reservation the most mo t popular popularhostess popularhostess popularhostess
hostess on the grounds groundsAbout groundsAbout groundsAbout
About 30000 copper medallions do donated dorated ¬ 1 1nated
nated by the American Smelting and andRefining andRefining
Refining company and the Utah Cop Copper Copper Copper ¬ I
per company are now being given givenaway givenawa givenaway
away awa at the Utah building and are areeagerly areeagerl areeagerly
eagerly sought after as being one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most interesting souvenirs of the theexposition theexposition theexposition
exposition expositiont
r
t i CITY BRIEFS BRIEFSTO I ITO
i
TO GUARD the city against damage suits suitsthrough suitsthrough suitsthrough
through excavations to be made by bythem b bthem bythem
them under the sidewalks at South SouthTemple SouthTEmple SouthTemple
Temple and Main streets the Utah Ho Hotel Hotel Hotel ¬
tel company filed a 10000 indemnity indemnitybond
bond with the city cll recorder yesterday yesterdaywith esterda esterdawith
with the United States Fidelity and andGuaranty andGuaranty andGuaranty
Guaranty company as surety suret The bond bondhas bondhas bondhas
has been accepted by the city attorney attorneyJAMES attorneyJAIES attorneyJAMES
JAMES GRANTHAM filed suit for di divorce dlvorce divorce ¬
vorce from Cora B Grantham in the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court yesterday esterda They The were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married In American Fork January II II11m 31iaoi
1901 and Grantham says his wife left lefthim tefthim efthim
him in February 1907 They have two twochildren twochildren twochildren
children childrenFRANCES childrenFRANCES childrenFRANCES
FRANCES GOTHBERG the 11yearoM 11yearoMdaughter llearolddaughter 11yearohdaughter
daughter of Charles Gothberg 141 Bast BastSeventh EalitSeventh BastSeventh
Seventh Eouth street was shot in the theeye theeye theeye
eye with a 22caliber revolver Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day morning by her brother She ww wwtaken W8Itaken a ataken
taken to the Holy Cross hospital where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the eye e < S was removed removedTHE remoedTHE removedTHE
THE BANK BOOK of the Salt S lt Lake LakeHigh LakeHigh LakeHigh
High School Athletic association was wasfound WIUIfound wasfound
found lying on the street at First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South and Second West streets Thurs Thursday Thursda Thursday ¬
day da morning The book shows sho deposits depositsto
to the sum of 1000 1000THE 1009THE 1000THE
THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONhas
has announced that examinations will willbe willbe willbe
be held September 3 I and 4 for state li licenses licenses IIcenses ¬
censes and diplomas diplomasTHE diplomasTHE diplomasTHE
THE FORMAL RESIGNATION of C Judge JudgeE Jud JudE
E G Gowans of the Juvenile court was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received by Governor William Spry yes yesterday Ye8terdax yesterdaL ¬
terday to take effect August 31 Judge JudgeGowans JudgeGowans JudgeGowans
Gowans will become b me superintendent K1t of afthe ofthe ofthe
the State Industrial school at Ogden on onSeptember onSepteIpber onSeptember
September 1 1THB 1THE 1THE
THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water rates will meet in the office of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the superintendent of water works in inthe Inthe inthe
the City and County building at 130 130oclock laJoclock 130oclock
oclock Saturday afternoon when com complaints complaints cornplaints ¬
plaints will be heard heardH
H P BURNS a city fireman was wasstartled wasstartled wasstartled
startled Thursday morning to learn that thathis thatIlls thathis
his house was being burglarized Po Policeman Policeman Fehlceman ¬
liceman Dan Grundvig was dispatched dispatchedto
to the scene but was unable to find findthe flndthe findthe
the burglar It was stated that some someunknown someunknown someunknown
unknown person had attempted to gain gainentrance gainentrance gainentrance
entrance to the house by means of the theback tbeback theback
back door the front door and a win window window window ¬
dow but was frightened away awayAX awa awaAN awayAN
AN IMPORTANT MEETING of the Salt SaltLake SeltLake SaltLake
Lake County Horticultural society will willbe willbe willbe
be held at 130 oclock Saturday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon in the county oount commissioners commissionersrooms
rooms J E Taylor who has recent recently ¬
ly 1 made a trip to fruitgrowing dis districts districts dietricts ¬
tricts of the west will make a speech speechon
on the smudge proposition how It Is Isdone Isdone isdone
done and the benefits to be derived derivedAll
All fruit growers of the country countr are areasked areasked areasked
asked to attend attendWARREN attendARREN attendWARREN
WARREN FOSTER and his son T De DeWitt DeVitt DewItt
Witt Foster of Salt Lake have begun begunpublication begunpUblication begunpublication
publication of the Aberdeen Gazette at atAberdeen atAberdeen atAberdeen
Aberdeen Ida The paper will be is issued Jssued Issued ¬
sued weekly and the publishers will di divide dtvide divide ¬
vide their time between Salt Lake and andAberdeen andAberdeen andAberdeen
Aberdeen AberdeenJ
J N MASTEN assistant superintendent superintendentof
of the railway mall service arrived in inSalt InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake yesterday on official busi business business business ¬
ness nessBEN nessBEN nessBEN
BEN B HEYWOOD former United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States marshal and proprietor of the theCullon theCullen theCuilon
Cullen hotel who was operated upon uponat uponat uponat
at St Marks hospital by Dr F B BSteele BSteele BSteele
Steele Wednesday for strangulation strangulationof jtran ulatlan ulatlanof
of the intestines was reported as be beInpr beInR being
Inpr on a fair way to recovery Thurs Thursday Thursda Thursday ¬
day da night nightGOVERNOR nl nightGOVERNOR ht htGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR WILLIAM SPRY State StateTreasurer StateTreasurer StateTreasurer
Treasurer David Mattson and State StateAuditor StateAuditor StateAuditor
Auditor Jesse D JQwkes attended att nded the themeeting themeeting themeetIng
meeting of the state board of insanity insanityat
at Provo yesterday I
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Painting PaintingThere
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There are so many manythings Y Ythings Vthings
things about the home that a lit little HttIe UttIe ¬
tIe touch of paint will improve that thatit
it is really singular that more moredies la ladies Iadies ¬
dies do not take up household householdpainting hOllse householdpainting oW oWpainting
painting Bedsteads picture pictureframes pictueframes piotireframes
frames chairs tables steam pipes pipesradiators pipearadiators piperadiators
radiators may all be made t to look lookbright lookbright lookbright
bright and fresh with a litle ef effort effort effort ¬
fort and the proper kind ofAcme ofAcmeQuality ofACJlteQuality ofAceQuality
Quality paint or enamel 11 s the thecase Utecase thecase
case might be But be sure its itsAcme itsAcme itsAcme
Acme Quality A button witk er erery eYeery evcry
ery dollar purchase Call tt oar oarnew ounew owrnew
new store storeCulmer storeCulmer
p
Culmer Paint PaintGlass PaintGlass PaintGlass
Glass Co
37 East 1st South SouthSEEKS SouthSEEKS t tSfEKS
SEEKS TO 10Ben REGAIN LOTS l01SBen
Ben L Rich administrator of the es estate estate citate ¬
tate of Eugenle D Gordy who died In InNew InNew InNew
New York Dec 31 1908 filed a petition petitionwith petition1th petidonwith
with the city recorder yesterday to be beconsidered becon beconsidered
con considered ldered by the council asking for the theconveyance theconvoilyance theconveyance
conveyance to him of lot 1 tB 14 U and K Kblock hblock 1 1block
block 2 Lincoln Park subdivision of ofblock ofbiock ofblock
block 16A fiveacre plat A big field sur survey ir irvey 1 1vey ¬
vey now held by the city Mr Rich sets setsout setsout 13 13out
out that the property was bought by b Mrs MrsGordy MrsGordy 18 18Gonly
Gordy in 1892 but that in 1893 it WM w deed deeded deeded deeded ¬
ed ov over r to the city by H T Duke then thencity tIlencity thencity
city treasurer for the nonpayment of ofKZ4o
KZ4o 4 46 for waterntain watf1 1ln extensions teD8lon Xr Jr Rich Richsays RkhaTs Richsays
says Mrs Gordy could not have known knownthat knoWIlthat knowiithat
that this stood against the property as asshe asshe 8 8she
she had intended willing this to her sis sister sictee a ater ¬
ter Mrs Startton Start ton He asks the city to toconvey toconvey toconvey
convey the property propertyback back to the estate estateCONSIDER estateCONSIDER J JCONSIDER
CONSIDER BLOCK SYSTEM SYSTEMFOR SYSTEMFOR SYSTEMFOR
FOR DENVER RIO GRANDE GRANDEFollowing GRANDEFollowing GRANDEFollowing
Following the two disastrous wrecks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last few weeks the official of the theDenver theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grande are discussing the theadvisability theadvlaabllIty theadvisabilIty
advisability of Instituting an electric electricblock electricblock electricblock
block signal system over the entire ml re Mae MaeBoth heBoth lineBoth
Both of the wrecks were the result of ofcarelessness ofcarelea L Lcarelessness
carelea carelessness ne s of employes and andi defeet in inthe inthe Inthe
the system of handling trains and In the theopinion theopinion theopinion
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