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t 48 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUG 211909 21 1909
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249 S MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY CITYOffice
If I you live out of oftown otOffice ofOfftce
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CADETS READY READYFORTHEIRTR1P
I fOR FORTHEIRTR1P FORTHEIRTR1PFinal THEIR TRIP TRIPFinal
Final Inspection Finds That ThatAll ThatAll ThatAll
All Details Were Well At Attended Attended Attended ¬
tended To ToSTARTFOR ToST ToSTART
STARTFOR ST START RT FOR SErtTTCE SE TTLE TODAr TODArGOVERNOR iOOAYGOVERNOR DODAGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR AND COLONEL JACK JACKLING JACKLING JACKLING
LING GIVE WORDS OF ADVICE ADVICECadets ADVICECltdets ADVICECadets
Cadets of the Salt Lake high school schoolbattalion schoolbattalion hool hoolbattalion
battalion went through their last dress dreesparade dreMparade dressparade
parade and inspection yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon pawed pa8 ed in review before Governor GovernorWilliam GovernorWilliam GovernorWilliam
William Spry and members of his staff staffand staffand staffand
and heard the t e flnal fln L word of commenda commendation ¬
tion and admonition admonltlOftfrom from the governor governorand governorand
and Colonel D C Jackllng yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon At 8 oclock this morning morningthey mornhigthey morningthey
they will assemble at the high school schoolgrounds schoolgrounds schoolgrounds
grounds and one hour later with a aparade aparade aparade
parade on Main aln street will ill bid good goodby goodby goodby
by to Salt Lake and start for Seattle SeattleYesterday SeattleYesterdar SeattleYesterday
Yesterday was one of the busiest days daysin dasin
in the history of the battalion The boys boysassembled bosassembled boysassembled
assembled at S oclock for drill and in inspection inspection inspection ¬
spection in full marching order with withfield withfield withfield
field equipment Only three of the cadets ca cadets cadets ¬
dets were found lacking in this inspec inspection inspection inspection ¬
tion and with the rest oft the battalion battalionthey battalionthey battalionthey
they were ready for the second inspec inspection inllpeclion Inspection ¬
tion which took place late yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeaterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afternoonLined afternoonLined afternoonLined
Lined up in their service uniforms uniformswith uniformswith uniformswith
with haversacks stocked with complete completemess
mess kits and tin cups hanging from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the straps each boy appeared with the theregulation theregulation theregulation
regulation half of a shelter tent In Inregular Inregular Inregular
regular formation the boys laid out their theirequipment theIrequipment theirequipment
equipment for inspection Which was wasconducted wasconducted wasconducted
conducted by the company officers and andCaptain an anCa andCaptain
Captain Ca taln W V C Webb and his staff staffAt staffAt staffAt
At the close of the inspection rail railroad mllroad railroad ¬
road tickets were issued to each mem member member member ¬
ber of the battalion batt lion and they were dis dismissed dismissed dismissed ¬
missed to report at 130 in the after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonFull noonFull noonFull
Full dross uniform was the order for forthe forthe forthe
the afternoon and after having a pano panorama p panorama no noI ¬
rama photograph taken > which included includedthe
the entire battalion and band the com companies companies companies ¬
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panies went through with a practice practicedress PnlcUI
I dress parade before Captain W C Webb Webband Webband Webband
and his staff consisting or Captain F FH FH FH
H Manning commissary officer Captain Cap Captain Captain ¬
tain Curtis Y Clawson quartermaster quartermasterCaptain quartermasterCaptain quartermasterCaptain
Captain Bruce Wedgwood aide and inspector in inspector inspector ¬
spector of the guard and First Lieu Lieutenant LIeutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant Arthur Berryman assistant assistantquartermaster IIlI8lstantquartermaster assistantquartermaster
quartermaster quartermasterHeart quartermasterHeart quartermasterHeart
Heart to Heart Talks TalksGovernor TalksGovernor TalksGovernor
Governor William Spry Colonel D DC DC DC
C Jackling and other members of the thegovernors thegovernors thegovernors
governors staff arrived soon after 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclock
oclock and the btittalion was brought broughtin
in line before the grand stand while whileColonel whileColonel whileColonel
Colonel Jackling and Governor Spry Sprygave Sprgave Sprygave
gave them a hearttoheart talk Praise Praisewas Prai Praisewas e ewas
was bestowed on the organization and andColonel andColonel andColonel
Colonel Jackling told the cadets of the theplans theplans theplans
plans and wishes of the Utah commis commissioners comm18sioners commissioners ¬
sioners for the exposition regarding the thevisit thevisit thevisit
visit of the battalion at Seattle He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said the boys had shown a spirit of ofmanly ofmanly ofmanly
manly endeavor in their preparatory preparatorywork
work and all Utah was looking to them themto
to keep up their standard of excellence excellenceat
at the exposition expositionGovernor expositionGovernor expositionGovernor
Governor Spry said he could not express ex express express ¬
press too strongly the fact that the bat battalion battallon battalion ¬
talion would represent not only the thehigh thehigh
high school and Salt Lake at the ex exposition exposition ¬
position but would represent the whole wholestate wholestate wholestate
state of Utah He said the state had hadsent hadsent hadsent
sent an exceedingly exceedht lY good BOOdeducational BOOdeducationalexhibit educational educationalexhibit educationalexhibit
exhibit and the cadets were going as assamples assamples assamples
samples of the finished product As Asto Asto Asto
to discipline the governor said they theywould the thewould theywould
would be expected to maintain perfect perfectorder perfectorder i iorder
order and show Implicit obedience to toCaptain toCaptain I
Captain Webb during their absence absencefrom absencefrom absencefrom
from home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The governor expressed expres ed his gratifi gratification gratlncation gratification ¬
cation at the generous response from fromcitizen fromcitizens fromcitizens
citizens which had made the trip possi possible possible possible ¬
ble saying he wished particularly to tothank tothank tothank
thank Colonel Jackling for his generous generouspart generouspart generouspart
part partThe partThe partThe
The battalion was given fifteen min minutes minutes minutes ¬
utes to change from full dress to service serviceuniform serviceuniform trvlceuniform
uniform and appear aptX > ar for final inspection inspectionwith
with field equipment It was a tired tiredhappy Uredhappy tiredhappy
happy and expectant lot of young sol soldiers 801diers aoldices ¬
diers that was finally dismissed shortly shortlybefore shortlybefore shortlybefore
before 5 oclock with orders to report reportat
at S oclock this morning morningBoys morningBoys morningBoys
Boys Have Worked Hard HardThe HardThe HardThe
The boy have worked conscientious conscientiously ¬
ly during their vacation and an excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent spirit has been shown said Cap Captain Captain Captain ¬
tain Webb yesterday The inspections inspectionsthis
this morning and this afternoon have havebeen havesatisfactory havebeen
been satisfactory from every point of ofview of1e ofview
view 1e and we are ready for the trip with withevery withevery
every detail attended to With boys boysfrom boysfrom boysfrom I
from nearly n rly 300 of the best families of ofSalt ofSalt I
Salt Lake the battalion will be followed followedwith followedwith followedwith
with loving interest by those at home homeand homeand I
and the eyes of Utah will be on them themThe themThe themThe
The roster shows 290 90 in the battalion battalionincluding battalionincluding
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including officers and staff Arrange Arrangements Arrangements Arrangements ¬
ments have been made for a regular regularmilitary regularmilitary I
military camp mp at t the exposition grounds groundsand
and strict military discipline will be beenforced beenforced
enforced all of the time with regular regularhours regularhours regularhours
hours when the cadets will be left to tothemselves tothemselts tothemselyes
themselves for taking in the sights sl hti of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the big show showThe showThe showThe
The schedule provides 8 that the train tramwill trainwill trainwill
will reach rea h Seattle Monday morning and andramp andcamp andcamp
camp will be pitched immediately A Aspecial Apec1al Aspecial
special kitchen car will be attached < 1 to tothe tothe 1 1the
the train and meals will be served servedthrough servedthrough
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through the commissary department all allof allf allof
of f the time until the battalion returns returnsto
to Salt Lake LakeTWO LakeT I
TWO T VO HUNDRED HUNDRED 4 4TWO SINGERS SINGERS SINGERSWANTED SINGERSWANTED I IWANTED
WANTED AT TABERNACLE TABERNACLEProfessor I IProffssor
Professor Evan Stephens yesterday fsterda is issued Issued ¬ I
sued the following call callTwo callTwo callTwo
Two hundred and over of the taber tabernacle tabernade tabernae ¬
nacle le choir members will 111 be away on the thenorthwest thenorthwest I
northwest t tour both next Sundayand Sun Sunday a and the thefollowing thlfollowinll thefollowing
following Sunday It would be a matter matterof
of pleasure and pride to us and the church churchif
if their places will be entirely filled up b bthe by bythe bythe >
the tabernacle choir and ward choir members mem members members ¬
bers of the city as it was when we went wentto
t to < i the Chicago worlds fair To this end endI
I especially invite all who are or eve eveihae everhave I Ihave
have been choir members to rally to the thei thechoir
i choir seats in the tabernacle for these two twoSundays twoSundays twoSundays I
Sundays Professor ProCe eor Evan Arthur will willtake willtake 111 111take
take charge and Assistant Aul tant Organist OrganistTracy OrpnlstTracy OrganistTracy
Tracy Y Cannon CanD n will preside at the or org organ organ
g gan > n Selections well known to singers singersgenerally slngeNgenfrally singersgengrally
generally will 111 be used usedEVAN u usedEVAN ed edEVAN
EVAN STEPHENS STEPHENSSigns STEPHENSSigns STEPHENSSigns
Signs that attract Hamlin paints paintsBoth paintsBoth paintsBoth
Both phones phonesSUNDAY phonesSUNDAY phonesSUNDAY
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Yin In Denver Rio Grande R R RTo nTo ftTo
To Provo canyon 750 a m 810 810am 810a
am a m J125 J125To 125To 126To
To Ogden 1035 10 a m 135 p m 100 100To 100To 100To
To Pharaohs Glen 820 a m 50 50Return 50Return 50Return
Return on any train Special leaves leavesProvo leavesProvo loavesProvo
Provo canyon 730 7 30 p m mToday mToday 1
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Today tomorrow and Sunday Two Twofree Twofree Twofree
free concerts 4 and 8 p m sixty men menSeveral menSeveral menSeveral
Several soloists Engagement extraordinary extraor extraordinary extraQrdinary ¬
dinary dinaryTake dinaryTake dinaryTake
Take big red cars 10 am and 2 pm pmFrom pmFrom pmFrom
From Second South and Main street streetfor streetforPoint for forPoint forPoint
Point Lookout Through Emigration Emigrationcanyon Emlgr Emigrationcanyon Uon Uoncanyon
canyon
Tooele Excursion Sunday
1 round trip for visit to the new newsmelter newsmelter newsmelter
smelter town
BAILEY ilLEY ESTATE ESUTEOne i
IN COURT AGAIN AGAINOne I IOne
One of the Heirs Fred H HWeight HWeight HWeight
Weight Sues to Recover
9000 9000THE 9000THEVALU 9000THE
THEVALU THE VALUE E IS D1SFU DlPUtED DlPUtEDSOLD D1S nTED nTEDSOLD ED EDSOLD
SOLD HIS SHARE SUBJECT TO A AFINAL AFINAL AFINAL
FINAL ESTIMATE ESTIMATEi
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Fred H Weight filed a suit In tire theThlrd theThlrddJatrict Third Thirddistrict Thirddistrict
district court yesterday against a8l John H HBailey HBailey HBailey
Bailey to recover 9000 or its equivalent equivalentagain equlnlentagain equivalentagain
again bringing the estate of John Bailey Baileyinto Baileyinto Baileyinto
into the courts The estate of John JohnBailey JohnBailey JohnBailey
Bailey included property variously esti estimated eIIHmated estimated ¬
mated at from 15000 to 175000 and has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been in the courts several times A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number of suits for redistribution are now nowpending nowpending nowpending
pending Mr lr Weight asks that the final finaldistribution finaldi finaldistribution
distribution di of the property made ma e in the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court here Aug 27 1 18K be set setaside setaside setaside
aside and that the true value of the prop property property property ¬
erty be ascertained ascertainedThe
The will of John Bailey dated March MarchU
U 18S7 deeded all of his property to his hiswife hllwife hiswife
wife Elizabeth Bailey during her life lifetime lifetime lifetime ¬
time and upon ner death it was to toIvided n nBlv1ded > o odivided
divided equally between his four chil children chlldrenJohn chiddrenJohn
dren drenJohn John Henry Bailey Mary Eliza Elizabeth EllzalMth Elisabeth ¬
beth Taylor Martha Mlles Clive and andSarah andSarah andSarah
Sarah Ann Arthur and his nephew Fred FredH < red redH
H Weight Bailey died May 9 1887 and andshortly IIndshortly andshortly
shortly afterwards the will was probalc1 probalc1Mrs proba el elMn
Mrs Bailey and John H Bailey were werenatn werenam werenamed
natn named d as I executors Weight li8ht sets out that thaton
on Oct 17 1887 they filed an inventory inventoryof
of the estate showing it to be worth 12 1 1m
975 but he claims it was 1UI worth J758PO J758POOn 15900On 0 0On
On Nov 17 1 18W 1 Weight conveyed his hisshare hisshare hisshare
share In tlm estate to John H Bailey fo fothe foe foethe fothe
the nominal consideration of JS060 and andactual andactual andactual
actual consideration of 5150 1501 with the theagreetnont thea81fell1 theagreement
agreement a81fell1 nt that if it were found that his hisshare h hisshare l lshare
share was worth mere than the MOOO upon uponfinal uponfinal uponfinal
final settlement the conveyance con yance was to tobe tolM tobe
be void and he was to receive from rom Bailey Baileyhis
his share above the 16000 16000Estate 6000Estate 6008Estate
Estate Is Divided DividedWeight Dividedflght DividedWeight
Weight flght sets out that on March arch S 18 18while 1 1whUe 1896 1896while
while Mrs Bailey wa < still living the theestate thestate theestate
estate was divided among the heirs helrlJtwo helrlJtwofittlu heirstwofifths two twofifths
fifths to John H Bailey and onefifth onefiftheach onefifOfah onefiftheach
each to the three daughters Henry Dln Dinwoody Dlnwoody Dlnwoody
woody Thomas Jenkins and George H IIRaybould HRaybould HRaybould
Raybould w were n appointed commissioners commissionersto
to make the final partition distributing distributingrropertv cllstrlbuUngrroperty distributing6roperty
rropertv in lot S block 24 lot 4 block blOCkHili
156 and lot 2 r block IV Salt Lake City Citysurvey Citystrvey Citysurvey
survey The value of f the estate at that thattime tbattime thattime
time was said S lel to be JKfaO tiO O This Weight Weightclaims WeightclaimB Weightclaims
claims would make his share more than than6e00
6000 He objected to the partition at atthat atthat atthat
that time he says y but his motion wa waeverruled wafrrulfd wasvet
everruled everruledMrs vet frrulfdMrs r incl inclMrs
Mrs Bailev did dl not die until July JI JIlut t tlast
last and Weight claims that this fact factmakes factmakes factmakes
makes the final distribution d and all other othermatters othermatteill othermatters
matters voM vol as this was alii not contem contemplated cootemplated contemplated ¬
plated in the will of Bailey
Weight claims the estate to be worth
75000 now and that John H Baileysshare Baileys Baileysshare BalleY1share
share would reach PWOOO including
Weights onefifth This he claims claimswould claimswould claimswould
would nullify his agreement with Bailey Baileyand Baileyand Baileyand
and he asks an order from th the = court com compelling compeUlnf cornpelling ¬
pelling Bailey to give him JSOOO 000 which he heestimates heestimates heestimates
estimates is coming to him from the es estate e etate estate ¬
tate or a total of 1i8IIO Ib000Never l 1i8IIOXever 80 80Never
Never go camping without a kodak
We have fifty styles and can do the th
best finishing C R Savage Co 12 12and 12and 12and
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Tooele Excursion Sunday
51 1 round trip for visit to the new newmelter newmelter newsmelter I
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TODA Y THE BIG SHOPPING DAY DA Y YA YA
A SALE of ofWOOL WOOL SKIRTS 595 I
1000 and 1200 values all cast into one selling lot lotthey they are the new fall models modelsthey modelstheycome they theycome
come in the plain and fancy fanc weaves and the fancy mixtures Several styles to choosefrom choosefromJust choose from fromJust
Just received a new fall line of black voile skirts new pleated models Ranging jn price priceas
as follows 850 900 1050 1250 and 1500 1500A 1500A 1500Remarkable
A Remarkable Clear Clearance earQ ¬ Summer Waists ITT ITT1t31tmmer
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One lot of white t lawn l waists values 1 up to t 200 200Saturday 200Saturday o
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Saturday SaturdayAll t c se seAll
All daintily trimmed with tucks Lace and embroidery All sizes sizesYoung
100 Young Girls Waists 49c 49cAges 49cAges c cAges
Ages 14 16 18 years yeo S Several styles to choose from Short sleeve effect nicely nicelytrimmed nicelytrimmed nice niceIiilflmed
trimmed
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150 Gingham Petticoats 95c 95cMade
Made of an extra good quality of heavy striped gingham deep flounce Light Lightand Lightand Lightand
and dark colors All lengths lengthsA lengthsA lengthsSale
A Sale of Chit Childrens i ¬ 49c List is o of Extra x a Specials Specialsdrens SpecialstC
drens tens Dresses DressesValues tC 300 3 Lawn = Jumper Q 100 100Values j ff
Dresses DressesValues P 1 UU
Values lip up to + 125 Ages from G to 14 14years 150 and x00 200 Gingham GinghamPercale Ginghamyears
100 10059c 1 00
years Several styles to choose from Percale Wrappers
100 Colored Gingham GinghamPetticoats GinghamPetticoats 59c 59
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l ¬ qA 1 1 50 ifl 125 12 and 150 Muslin MuslinChemise Muslinren
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We are still having a successful run with our Clearance Sale but we weneed weneed weneed
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need more room for the heavy shipment of shoes coming in in We are aredetermined aredeterlnined areeleter
determined eleter inined not to carry carryover over any oxfords if low prices will willlnove move themTHEY them themWe tlzemTHEY
THEY MUST GO GOWe
We have bunches of bargains in OXFORDS good widths mostly mostlythis Inotlythis mostlythis
this seasons belated shipments at the following f prices pricesChildrens pricesChildrens pricesChildrens
Childrens Oxfords values 125 to 250 Sale Price PriceLadies 88c to 180Ladies 180Ladies 180
Ladies Oxfords values 250 to 500 Sale Price PriceBoys 128 to 328 328Boys 328Bads
Boys Oxfords values 250 to 350 Sale Price PriceMens 128 to 268 268Mens 268Mens
Mens Oxfords values t 300 to 500 Sale Price 198 to 328 328Now 328Its 328Its
Its Economy to Buy Oxfords Now at Such Prices PricesAhead PridesSeveral PricesSeveral
Several Months Wear Ahead of the Children ChildrenROBINSON
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It is a liquid applied appliedwith appliedIth appliedwith
with Ith a brush and we per personally personally personally ¬
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take out the corn or your yourmoney yourmoney yourmoney
money will be refunded refundedPacked refundedPacked refundedPacked
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