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1 J IV Houston Houston1eIof 1el of Business
Activities in the Coast CoastCtu CoastCity
Comparative real estate conditions in inSan Ind
d San Franclaoo Francj and Salt Lake were dIe dlsCussed dIeussed
Cussed Intereattnsly last night by J JHouston W WEIouston
Houston pre predent Jdent of the Houston Real RealEstate RealEstate
Estate Investment company who with withhis withIlls
his daughter Miss Grizzelle Houston Houstonhas Houstonhas
has just returned from 8 trip to San SanFrancl SflirancI i
Francl co and other California cities citiesMr citiesMr
Mr Houstons trip was PrimarilY one oneof Ofl Oflor
of business s and yet he had much time timeto timeto
to take In various points Oiflt5 of Interest In Inr InCr
Cr r near San Francisco The Insurance Insurancepartmelf insurancepartmen
partmelf of the firms business bas basgrown hasd
grown to such an extent that it was wasnEcessary wasnecessary
nEcessary for Mr Houston to make the thetrip thetrip
trip to San Francisco and nd provide for forrlain forrta1n
rlain additions to this line UneReal lineReal
Real estate in San Francl Francisco co Is very veryhigh verybigh
high said MI Houston The city Is Isgrowing Isgrowing I
growing rapidly and the scars of the thegrfat thegrat
grfat earthquake and fire are rapidly rapidlydisappearing rapidlydisappearIng
disappearing A wonderful city is isrpringing ls lsfprlnglng
fprlnglng up on the ruins of the old The Thebreat Thetreat I
treat catastrophe did temporarily put a atop astop
top to the activity of the real estate estatemarket estatemarket
market but from the many signs of re reTlcd rew
Tlcd w d activity everywhere it would wouldS wouldFceu1
S Fceu1 11 that Frisco ill destined within a aflrt art
flrt rt time to be a greater city than it itTiS Itv
TiS v s before the earthquake earthquakeRealty earthquakeRealty
Realty values are high but are about aboutline
1 line with those of other large cities cities1n
1n the country Inside business property propertyIs
1 Is < selling for 10000 to 12000 8 front frontfoot frontfot
foot This does not apply to their pe peculiar peuliar
culiar wedgeshaped business corners cornersrr cornersTnese
rr Tnese se corners bring phenomenally high highriees highDrIces
DrIces riees Due to the unusual shape of ofFome ofrome
rome of the corners the buildings occu occuIying occuying
Iying them appear to be almost aU aUfrontage allfrontage
Large Buildings BuildingsMany DuildingsMany
Many beautiful and imposing build buildings buildIrigs
ings both business and residence are in inourae inourse
ourae of construction all over the city cityOne cityone
One of the largest buildings in course of ofonstruction ofcnstruction
onstruction is the Palace hotel 8 nine ninestory ninestory
story structure equipped throughout throughoutWith
With all the modern conveniences This Thish0tel ThisIitel
h0tel will be ready for occupancy earl earlin early earlyin
in January and the people of the city cityill cityvilI
vilI ill make its opening the occasion for a agrand agrand
grand celebration celebrationThe 6
The migration of the business people peoplefrom peoplefrn
from Van Ness avenue which wall a abusiness abusiness
business street following the great greatearthquake greatearthquake
earthquake to the former business dis district distriet
trict is over Van Ness avenue is prac pract practally
t tally < all r deserted by the various bust busi11f bustres
11f res > ses which thrived there for 8 time timerarrell timeIarreIt
rarrell street is however 8 good bust buslniS bustness
ness street streetMr streetMr
Mr Houston Was enthusiastic over overthr overth
thr California suburban roads We Wemade We7Yade
made an automobile tour of 1 140 miles milestitrough milestrough
trough the Santa Clara valley said saidJ ssldThe
J The roads were in excellent con conl conition
l tjon and we covered the distance from fromfdock fromr
r fdock in the morning untIl 6 oclock oclockin
in n the afternoon There is a special specialT
T ad adway way for automobiles and during duringth
th t enUre e distance traversed we did not notIt notI
It I an automobile neither did one pass passc passshowIng
c showIng that the drivers of cars ob obfrh obr
frh r e pretty well the speed regulation regulationutos
utos are allowed twenty miles an anL
1 L ur by the law but if the driver seems seemst
t have his machine well in hand and andparcntly andparcntIy
< parcntly understands his business businesst businessoughly
t ugbly he is allowed by the officers officerst
= t peed up to twentyfive or thirty thirtyn
n j les an hour The roadway for the thet thetre
t t tre rp distance was just like a race raceS racePAUPER
l ure urePAUPER
S a
ThO report of Pauper Clark James Jamesfabine Jamesabine
fabine completed yesterday for the themonth themonth
month of August shows that 298 III fam fam1111s 1amthts
1111s have been taken care of during duringthE
thE month by the county from this thisffice thisILICe
ffice During August 1174125 I 41i was ex exIpnded exrnded
Ipnded for coal for the hour 1110 was wasJLtid
I JLtid d for rentals making a total ex exInded cxynded 1
Inded for the month of 216285 For Forthe I Ithe
the month of August 198 the expense expensec
c c i the pauper clerk was 2 227175 1 5 or or119O
11890 more than for the same month monththIS monththis
thIS year It was also shown that soy BeVrela soyreIa
rela morE persons were taken care of ofthis ofthis
this month than at the same period perioda
a year ago agoQUIT agoQUIT
A quit claim deed to eight mining miningclaimB miningclaims
claims In the West Mountain district districtas districtisas
isas as filed In the county recorders office officejesterdaY officeesterday
jesterdaY by the Midland Mining com comIany cornjany
Iany to the BinghamButte Copper Coppercompany Coppercompany
company for 50000 The claims are aret1 aretht
t1 tht > Bonanzas Nos I and 3 lIa Mascot MascotBill cot cotHUl
Bill Top Williams Reformed Demo Democrat Democrat
crat and the Othello G L Bernie BernieIresident mis mislresident
lresident ot the Midland com company companyc pan pansigned
c signed the deeds deedsNEW deedsNEW
Members or the Salt Lake Commer Commercial
cial Club Traffic bureau are enthus enthusIastic enthugbstic
Iastic over the prospects for a bearing bearingof
of the Utah case before the interstate interstatecommerce Interstatecommerce
commerce commission which Is set for forSeptember forSeptember
September 2 and there have been beenman beenmany
man many additions to the membership roll rollIn rollIn
In the last few weeks A fair pro propcrtion propcrtion
pcrtion of the new members are from fromnutside fromnutside
nutside cities citiesAn citiesAn
An Assured Income IncomeDrives IncomeDrives
Drives Worry Away Awayor
10000 or any multiple thereof thereofInvested thereofInvested
Invested in our Mortgage Cer Certlficates Certificates
tlficates will yield a return of 6 6per 6per
per cent interest per annum annumwhich annumi
i L which will be paid every month monthquarter monthquarter
quarter or half year as you youmay youI
I may wish The Certificates are arenontaxable arenontaxable
nontaxable and are secured securedboth securedboth
both by First Mortgages on 1m 1mproved imI
I proved Salt Lake Real Estate Estateand Estateand
and our Capital and Surplus SurplusSalt SurplusI
I Salt Like LaIeSecurity Likei
i Security Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany
52 Up Main Street StreetCapital StreetCapital
Capital 300OOO00 i3oD00o00I 300OOO00Surplus
I Surplus 10000000
Western Inn Proprietors Will WillForm WillForm
Form Protective Associa Association Association
tion Soon SoonCrooks SoonCrooks
Crooks who try to beat their board boardbills boardbills
bills at hotels west of the Mississippi Mississippiriver
river will enter on 8 hard dry season seasonafter season seasonafter
after the meeting of the Western Hotel HotelIens HotelMens
Iens Protective aS association in San SanFrancl8CO SanFrancisco
Francisco October 14 to 16 The hotel hotelmen hotelmen
men of the west are getting tired of ofcashing ofcashing
cashing fraudulent checks feeding feedingsmooth feedingsmooth
smooth individuals who neglect to torecompense torecompense
recompense them for the accommoda accommodation
tion and making good the loss of ar articles artides
tides which they suspect never ex exIsted existed
Isted IstedUnder istedUnder
Under the pre present ent undeveloped sys systern systern
tern of protection among the hotel hotelkeepers
keepers it has been po possible Ible for cer certain certam
tain tam crafty crooks to travel from the theMississippi theMississippi
Mississippi to the coast beating every everyhotei everyhotel
hotel they stop at and In many cases casesactually casesactually
actually making 8 remunerative living livingfrom livingfrom
from the bad check system and lost 10lltarticle lostarticle
article game gameBut gameBut
But these halcyon days are over The Thehotel Thehotel
hotel men are getting together and are aretaking aretaking
taking a l lesson S80n from the protective protectivesystems protectivesystems
systems employed b by the American AmericanBankers AmericanJ3ankers
Bankers association and the Jewelers Jewelersassociation
as association associationThey oclation oclationThey
They will start a defense fund or organiae organise
ganiae a bureau for dilYtth1lnatlng in information information
formation concerning the smooth ton tongued
gued gentry who make too Indiscrlm Indiscrlminate indiscrimmate
mate use of pen and check book and andwill andwill
will In every way go after the hotel hotelcrook hotelcrook
crook In earnest earnestThe earnestThe
The first meeting of the Trans TransMis TransMisissippi Iis Iisisslppi
isslppi Hotel Keepers association was washeld washeld
held in Salt Lake last February when whenthe whenthe
the matter of arranging for the pro protective protective
tective association wall placed in the thehands thehands
hands of committees which will report reportat
at the coming meeting in San Fran Francisco Frandeco
cisco ciscoAccording decoAccording
According to the system planned planneevery plannedevery
every time anyone any one presents a bad badcheck badcheck
check reports the loss of fictitious ar articles artides
tides or gets away without paying painghis
his bill his description name and gen general gencml
eral characteristics will be forwarded forwardedto
to the central bureau which will post postthem postthem
them far and wide wideCfRTlflCAUS wideCERTIFICATES
Credentials From Outsi Outside e of ofCity ofCity
City Must Be Presented to toSuperintendent toSuperintendent
Superintendent SuperintendentProepective
Prospective students at the hhh school schoolho schoolwho
who ho have certificates other than those thoBeissued thoseissued
issued from the Salt Lake public schools schoolsmuet schoolsmust
must present them for inspection at the thooffice theoffice
office of SuperintEndent D H Christen Christensen
sen tOO3 today between 9 oclock and noon noonThese noonThese
These certificates ma may have been eJ issued lsauedIn
In other cities as there are many new newchildren newchildren
children In Salt Lake or the they may be befrom befrom
from private schools But the they must be beinspected beinspected
inspected by the superintendent If they theyare theyare
are not sat satisfactory ifactory examinations will ill be bedemanded bedemanded
demanded before entrance to the high highschool highschool
school is permitted permittedAn
An order was issued by Superintendent SuperintendentChristensen SuperintendentChristensen I
Christensen yesterday toat all students Itudentswho studentswho
who enter the high school this year for forthe forthe
the first time should call at that school schoolbuilding schoolbuilding
building between 10 oclock and noon noonThrnlday noonThrrsday
Thrnlday or Friday of thlli week or on onMo onMoeday
Mo Moeday day to acquaint them themselves les with the theworking theworking
working of thc school and the arrange arrangement arrangemont
mont of rooms roomsEntrance roomsEntrance
Entrance examinations for the high highschool highschool
school will be held In the office of Super Supermtendent Superantendent
mtendent Christensen in the city and andcounty andcounty
county building this morning beginning at
9 oclock oclockTO oclockTO
State Food and Dairy Commissioner Commissionerto
to Look Over the Dairy Farms of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah County CountyInvestigation CountyInvestigation
Investigation into the conditions of ofpasture ofpasture
pasture land near Provo will be made madethis I Ithis
this week by ViUard Hansen state statefood statefood
food and dairy commissioner as a re result resuIt
suIt of the charges made by Dr A C CYoung CYoung
Young state veterinarian Mr 1r Han Hansen HanSen
sen has just returned from the pure purefood purefood
food meeting at Denver and this will wiiIbe willbe
be one of his first actions here hereChargeil hereCharges
Charges made by Dr Young were werethat werethat
that dairy cows were allowed to drink drinkwater drinkwater
water polluted by sewage from the clt cltof city cityof
of Provo and the state mental hospital hospitaland
and that dead carcases were allowed to torot torot
rot In the fields with other cattle This Thiswill Thiswilt
will be investigated and changes de demanded demanded
manded by Mr Hansen He declares declarthe declaresthe
the Impure water ater will have to fenced fencedoff fencedoff
off from the cattle and that the fields fieldswill fieldswill
will have to be kept In a sanitary con condition condition
dition especially If dairy cows are al allowed allowed
lowed to feed In them themThe themThe
The matter will be taken up with withDr withDr
Dr T B Beatt Beatty secretary of the state stateboard stateboard
board of health IUI It is believed this Is Isa isa
a matter for the state board of health healthto
to take up as well as the food and anddairy anddairy
dairy commissioners office officeCHANGE officeCHANGEINCULLEN
Death of Ben B Heywood May M Make MakeProbation 1ke 1keProbation
Probation of Estate Necessary NecessaryThe
The death of Ben B HeVood III ex exptCted cxpeeted
ptCted to caUBe some change In the man mana manageipent
a ageipent elJlent of the Cullen hotel Last nl night nightat ht htat
at the hotel Mrs Heywood John Condron Condronand Condronand
and Joe Lippman friend of the deccsled deccsledmet
met to discuss the situation The ques question question
tion has arisen as to whether or not tha thaproprlty lh lhpropctty
proprlty interests of Heywood will have haveto
to t probated llr Condron is or th thoptnfnr < 3 3opinlor
opinlor that they will Mr Condron tift tiftstat haM haMstated
stat stated that he will remain at the hotI hotIand hotIand
and it ie thought MIII Heywood will willkp willkep
kp the interest in the place bequeathed bequeathedbr
br her husband No definite decision In InKgard Inregard
regard to these matters and others con concernlol concerning
cernlol the estate of the deceased wasarrived was wasarrlvtd
arrived at last night nightRAINFALL nightRAINFALL
When hen the rainstorm of yesterday sub subsided subsided
sided clo close e to an Inch of precipitation had hadbeen hadbeen
been recorded during the day at the local localweather localweather
weather bureau The storm which set setIn setIn
In early Tuesday morning Is said to be beseneral begeneral
general and is expected to continue to today toay
day ay and probably tomorrow The local localweather localweather
weather forecast Is for continued showers showrsand showersand
and cooler temperatures temperaturesThe
The maximum temperature yesterday yestordaywas
was 73 degrees and the minimum 63 de degre degiees
gre giees giving an average of QS degrees degreeswhich degreeswhich
which Is I d degrees s below normal normalThrouphout normalThroughout
Throughout the western tern half of the theUnited theVnlted
United State stormy conditions now pre prevail prevail
C >
J4cCoys livery carriage and Jlg Ilgit Ilgitlivery t tlivery
livery Both phon phones 11 11Dr ClI
Dr West dentist has returned and andready andready
ready to do business at 249 49 Main street streetI streetSITIBLEYTAC3I1LLtN I IsnIBLEYnAG3nLJ
snIBLEYnAG3nLJ N co corhe COThe
The only stationery and office officesupply officesupply
supply store In Salt Lake oper operating opeating
ating their own printing office officen
n E 3rd So Both phones pllOne3r pllOne3Highest phonesHighest
Highest price paid for strictly fresh fresheggs fresheggs
Gets Contract for Macadam MacadamWork MacadamWork
Work From Street Railway RailwayCompany RailwayCompany
Company CompanyROAD CompanyROAD
ROAD TO COST 50000 50000WILL 50000WILL
Contracts were let yesterday by the theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway company to P PJ PJ
J Ioran for the macadam paving of ofState ofState
State street below Ninth South str street streetthis et etthis
this being one of the provlslon made madeby madeby
by the board of county commissioners commissionersIn
In granting the new fran hlse to the thestreetcar thestreetcar
streetcar company for double tracks tracksto
to Murray and an extension of the line lineto lineto
to Sandy In a few years The macadam macadampaving macadampaving
paving of State street will cost the thestreetcar thestreetcar
streetcar company about 50000 and andlittle andlittle
little additional Work will be necessary necessaryon
on the part of the count county to make this thisone thisone
one of the finest boulevards in the west westThe westThe
The macadam work must be finished by byNovember byNovember
November I 1910 1910The 1910The
The Utah Light Railway company companyhas companyhas
has already laid double tracks on State Statestreet StateStreet
street to Twelfth South street with withturnouts withturnouts
turnouts at Thirteenth South Four Fourteenth Fourteenth
teenth South and Fifteenth South Southstreets Southstreets
streets The plan of the company was wasto vasto
to lay the double track only to Twelfth TwelfthSouth TwelfthSouth
South fQr a year or two and then later laterto laterto
to complete the work to Murray The Thedouble Thedouble
double track must be laid to Murray Murraywithin lurIaywithin
within five years at which time the thefare thefare
fare will be lowered to five cents centsContract centsContract
Contract Provisions ProvisionsThe
The contract let yesterday to P J JMoran JMoran
Moran calls for crushed slag macadam macadamto
to be laid fourteen feet on either side sideof sideof
of the double tracks of the streetcar streetcarcompany streetcarcompany
company This will mean a roadway of oftwentyeight oftwentyeight
twentyeight feet for general use sec second seeond
ond only to asphalt as a fine boulevard boulevardAt
At the edges the county will make some someimprovements someimprovements
improvements to extend the roadway a afew afew
few more feet on either side of the themacadam themacadam
macadam The macadam will also be beuse beused
use used < < by the railway company between betweentheir betweentheir
their tracks which will be In the con center conter
ter of State street streetIt
It is believed that the Utah Light LightRailwa LightRailway
Railwa Railway company will change Its Itsoriginal itsoriginal
original plan of not extending the dou double double
ble tracks to Murray for five years yearsand yearsand
and will make this improvement next nextyear nextyear
year at the same time the ma macadam macadam
cadam is being laid This will save savethe savethe
the trouble and extra expense of tear tearIng tearing
Ing up the roadway again within a few fewcars fewyears
years cars and will have the whole work workcompleted workcompleted
completed by the winter of 1910 1910State 1910State
State street is now torn up as far farsoutb farsouth
south as Fourteenth South street and andwithin andwithin
within a short time the work of laying layingthe layingthe
the macadam slag will be started startedC startedMURRAY
Assignments to Various Positions Are AreMade AreMade
Made by Superintendent SuperintendentAt
At a meeting held yesterday in the of office offlee
flee of G M L llumford superintendent superintendentof
of schools for Murray the following followingteachers followingteachers
teachers reported and were assigned to toschools toschools
schools as follows ArlingtonC E EGaufin EGaufin
Gaufin principal P J Sanders C E EAngell EAngell
Angell D A Fowler Margaret Ed Edwards Edwards
wards Alice Stevens Emily Pinch PinchinBeatrice In InBeatrice
Beatrice Logic Leonora Watts Ida L LKirk
Kirk Esther Uding Ada E Kinney KinneyGrtrude KinneyGertrude
Gertrude Norton Elizabeth Craig At Atthe Atthe
the Liberty school the following teach teachers teachets
ers have been assigned E E Bogs Boggness Bogsness
ness principal Milo L Rowan Myrtle MyrtleBigler
Bigler Hazel Bou Bougard gard Carrie N Pet Peterson Peterson
erson Marion Larsen Agnes Erickson Ericksonand
and Anna Taylor The Pioneer school schoolinstructors schoolinstructors
instructors for this present school year yearare yearare
are lay G Scott principal Vera Ay Aylett Aylett
lett and Bertha rtha Berney W V R Fow Fowler Fowicr
ler will have charge of the manual manualtraining manualtraining
training department and W H Robin Robinson Robinson
son will instruct in vocal music Mrs MrsV 1rsV
V O Fowler will have charge of the thesewing thesewing
sewing department departmentl10RKING departmentWORKING
Land Board Receives Report of Rapid RapidProgress RapidProgress
Progress In Jtfab County CountyWork CountyWork
Work Is being rushed on the state stateexperimental stateexperimental
experimental well on the Levan ridge ridgeIn
In Juab county according to word re receiYed received
ceiYed by the slfte land board yes yesterday yesterday
terday from Frank Moore who received receivedthe
the contract for the state The well is isnow isnow
now down 1W feet and is being sunk sunkas
as fast as possible owing to the in interest interest
terest taken by the farmers in that thatpart thatpart
part of the state If water is found foundin
in sufficient Quantities for culinary culinarypurposes culinarypurposes
purposes many hoes will 111 spring up upFor upFor
For this reason the slate Is eager to tohave tohave
have the test completed at once and andMr andMr
Mr Moore wants to hurry the job for forit forif
it he finds water he will have plenty plentyof
of work to do for private parties in inthat inthat
that country The contract calls for forthe forthe
the sinking of the well at least 600 600feet 600feet
feet in the quest for water It is be believed behewed
hewed however that water will 111 be befound befound
found before that depth is reached reachedFEES reachedFEES
The statement of fees In the state stateinsurance stateinsurance
insurance department for the month monthof monthof
of August has been prepared by Com Commissioner Cornmissioner
missioner George B Squires The total totalfees totalfees
fees are 5020 502074 4 collected in amounts amountsranging amountsranging
ranging from 1 to 9 95 The fees of ofthe ofthe
the Mutual Life Insurance company companyof
of New York are 261t 261678 8 the fees feesof feesof
of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Insurancecompany Insurancecompany
company 1 175246 646 tile National As Assurance Assurance
surance company 15941 and the fees feesof feesof
of the Aetna company 11214 11214Saltalr 11214Saltair
Saltalr closes Monday Go today todayCorylopsis todayCorylopsis
Corylopsis CorylopsisOri
Ori Oriental ntal Toilet ToiletPreparation ToiletPreparation
Preparation PreparationEXTRACT
We have the first complete line of oftheie ofthese
these dainty products ever shown shownin
in Salt Lake LakeSCHRAMMS LakeSCRAMM
Agent Sues Local Jeweler and andWoman andWoman
Woman to Recover
450 450A
A pretty tangle over loans made on onjewelry onjewelry
jewelry came to light yesterday when whentwo whentwo
two suits were filed in the Cn division divisionof
of the city court against Mrs Anna D DTufts DTufts
Tufts Reynolds and A M Surbaugh Surbaugha
a jeweler by Matthew T Gleborn who whoconducts whoconducts
conducts 8 loan agency Gisborn Is Issuing issuing
suing Mrs Reynolds for lfiO which he heclaims heclaims
claims to han loaned her on April 24 24111Hi
111Hi the loan to run for ninety days daysThe daysThe
The loan a agent eJ1 t says the loan was made madeon
on two diamond rings 8 gold watch and andchain I Ichain
chain a necklace a sunburst pearl a adiamond adiamond
diamond pin and a butterfly pearl pin pinwhich pinwhich
which were all turned over to Surbaugh Surbaughto
to keep until the loan was paid paidVithin paidWithin
Within six days after they were given giveninto givenInto
into the hands of Surbaugh Gisborn Gisbornclaims Gisbornclaims
claims th the jeweler turned them over overto overto
to Mrs Reynolds without his knowl knowledge knowledge
edge They were later recovered from fromMrs fromMrs
Mrs Reynolds on Oct 10 1900 Glsborn Glsbornasks Gisbornasks
asks that the jewels be sold by the her slier1ff herIff
Iff to satisfy his claim of 450Gisborn 450 450Gisborn
Gisborn asks 150 from Surbaugb for forone forone
one diamond ring he still holds and 50 50damages 50damages
damages damagesVANTS
Michael T Brady Files Sensa Sensational Sensational
tional Suit in the Dis District District
trict Court CourtCharging CourtCharging
Charging C H and Sarah Gll8eb Gll8ebwith Gitachwith
with alienating his wifes affections affectionsMichael affectionsMichael
Michael T Brady yesterday filed a son sensational sonsatlonal
sational suit in the Third district court courtdemanding courtdemanding
demanding 1000 damages He wants
10000 for the loss of his wlres anec anections affectines
tines and 2000 because he claims the theGlt theGitschs
Glt Gitschs cbs have won his baby from him himtoo himtoo
too tooIn
In the complaint Brady says that he heand heand
and his wife were happy and contented contentedin
in their little home and with ith their one onechild onechild
child Then on Oct 16 last ye year r Mr Mrand Mrand I
and Mrs Glt Gitech ch came into the lime limelight limelight
light Brady charges that they secretl secretlwon seeretlwon
won the affections of his wife and andpoisoned andpoisoned
poisoned her mind against him until untilshe untilshe
she finally left himtaking the bab babwith baby babywith I
with herand moved with the Gltschs Gltschsto
to SOS Green street The baby Mado Madoline Madoline
line is still with the mother motherBrady motherBrady
Brady says Mr and Mrs Gitsch have havecontinuEd havecontinued
continuEd to keep his wife from him himuntil himuntil
until now she 111 have nothing 00 do dowith dowith
with him As a result of their actions actionsBrady actIonsBrady
Brady asks the court to make them pay payhim payhim
him 12000 12000IF
The first round in the divorce pro proceedings proceedlngs
ceedings between Harry B Pitta and amILizzie andLissle
Lizzie Pitts was decided In favor of ofthe I Ithe
the wife by Judge C W Morse in the thedistrict thedistrict
district court yesterday when he or ordered ordered
dered the husband to pay 750 i a week weektemporary weektemporary
temporary alimony to the wife and 35to 35 35to
to her attorney before he can proceed proceedwith proceedwith
with the suit Pitts started the suit suitagainst suitagainst
against his wife she came back with withserious withserious
serious charges and demanded temper temporary temperary
ary alimony during the pendency of the thecaae thecase
case caaeThey caseThey
They were married in Salt Lake on onNovember onNovember
November 12 1908 and Mrs u Pitta Pittacharged Pittacharged
charged her husband with coming home homeIn
In a drunken condition many times timesthis timesthis
this year On August 5 it was brought broughtout
out Mrs r Pitts took some ta table table
ble line cushions and some other otherincidentals otherincidentals
incidentals to the home of her mother motherdeclaring motherdeclaring
declaring she would no longer live with withHarry withHarry
Harry Then three days later she shereturned shereturned
returned and took some more household householdgoods householdgoods
goods to the home of her mother WhenPitts When WhenPitts
Pitts could not stop this he filed suit suitfor suitfor
for a divorce divorceWIF divorceIF
lIabel Larcker was successful in get getting getting
ting temporary alimony from Arnold ArnoldLarcker ArnoldLareker
Larcker after a hearing before Judge JudgeC
C W V Morse of the distrIct court yes yesterday yesterday
terday Judge Morse granted her 750 750a 50 50a
a week until the case Is settled when whenthe whenthe
the permanent alimony will be fixed by bythe bythe
the court courtThe courtThe
The couple were mrried in Chicago Chicagoon
on September 24 4 1101 and the wife wifesays wifesays
says her husband has been cruel to toher toher
her since then Numerous times she shecharged shecharged
charged he beat her with his fists fistsespecially fistsespecially
especially during July and August AugustOwing AugustOwing
Owing to the complaints of Mrs MrsLarcker MrsLarcker
Larcker after fiIin filing her suit for di divorce dlvorce
vorce on August 14 Judge norse Issued i88Ueda
a restraining order several days ago agoto agoto
to keep Larcker from beating or curs cursIng curslag
lag his wife and to cease threatening threateningher
her This was continued at the hear hearing hearing
ing yesterday yesterdaylrs
lrs Larckr claimed that just before beforeshe beforeshe
she filed her suit for divorce her hue husband hueband
band sole some of her clothes and RndJudge andJudge
Judge Morse ordered him to return returnthem returnthem
them to his wife w1tDESERTED wifeI wifeDESERTED
I e
The appeal of a deserted wife comes comesto
to Postmaster A L ThJIDlI6 from PIUs Pittsburg PIUsburg
burg in a letter which says E J JAUfhelmer JAutheimer
AUfhelmer wherever you are plea pleawrite please pleasewrite
write at once to your wife in Plttsburg PlttsburgYour PittsburgYour
Your baby is dying and your wife is isvery Isvery
very sick Address Mrs E J Auf Aufheimer Aufhelmer
heimer 015 1 Colwell street Plttsburg PlttsburgAnother PittsburgAnother
Another appeal was received by the thetmaster thepostmaster
postmaster tmaster asking him to find R J JKennedy JKennedy
Kennedy who formerly played In InHelds inHelds
Helds band and lived at Sugar House HouseThis HouseThis
This address < is wanted by Leonie E EBichon EBichon
Bichon of Houston Texas TexasMARRIAGE TexasS TexasMARRIAGE
D C Chapman Garland Hazel Evans EvansGarland EvansGarland
Garland GarlandLudvlg GarlandLudvig
Ludvlg Johsnsen Salt Lake Annette AnnetteIsak AnnetteIsakeen
Isak Isakeen en Salt Lake LakeWalter LakeWalter
Walter H Moore PaylOfl Rachel E EHayes BHayes
Hayes Pleasant Grot GrotThomas GroveThomas
Thomas W V Newmon Holliday Bertha BerthaM
M Wrench HoJIldy HoJIldyEdward HollidayEdward
Edward Byrne Bingham Mrs Maggie MaggieVilkenson MaggieWiikenson
Vilkenson Bingham BinghamJohn BinghamJohn
John R Hamilton Pocatello Ida Eva EvaC
C May Salt Lake LakeReinhold LakeReinhold
Reinhold H Docile Salt Lake Myrtle lIrtleWoodbur MyrtleWoodbury
Woodbury Salt Lake LakeJ
J W Hiatt Salem Clara M 1 Keele KeeleSalem KeeleConrad
Salem SalemCODrad
Conrad J Hanson Salt Lake R RChristensen Ro RoChristensen
Christensen Central CentralLeqnard CentralLeqnard
Leqnard A BromwIl lnt nion Birdie A ALucas ALucas
Lucas Union UnionThomas tnionThomas
Thomas Bow Brighton Salt Lake Mary MaryPickering MaryPickering
Pickering Salt Lake
New Buildings and Added AddedFacilities AddedFacilities
Facilities in the Old OldStructures OldStructures
Structures StructuresMANY StructuresMANY
The schools of the Granite school die dlstrlct dietrict
trlct Salt Lake county will open SeP SePtember Soptember
tember 13 under more favorable auspices auspicesUtan auspicesthan
than ever before The school census shows showsan
an increase of 11 pupils over that thatof thatof
of last year there being 2417 17 boys and and23S
23S 358 girls making a total of 47i m In Innumerous Innumerous
numerous ways the facilities of the vari various van vanous
ous school buildings have been added to toand toand
and In several instances new buildings buildingshave buildingshave
have been erected during the vacation vacationmonths vacationmonths
months or are In process of construction constructionwith
with contracts calling for their cOJDple cOJDpletlon completion
tlon before the opening of the school schooly schoolyear
y year r These are at Big Cottonwood East EastSugar EastSugar
Sugar House Fourteenth South and State Statestreets Statestreets
streets Hunter and East Mill Creek CreekAt
At t the e Grfleld school four rooms have havebeen havebeen
been added making that school a twelve twelveroom twelveroom
room building School buildings at Mill MillCreek MillCreek
Creek Forest Dale TalorS111e Granger Grangerand
and Pleaaant Green are an having addi additional additional
tional rooms constructed This work is ismade ismade
made necessary by the steady and rapid rapidincrea rapidIncrease
Increase e In the enroUmentl enroUmentlNew enroIlmentsNew
New Heating Plants PlantsA
A big improvement which is not only onlybeing
beln being inaugurated In the new buildings buildingsbut
but in the ole as well 1 is that of steam steamhlating steamheating
heating plants In place of the old system systemof
of stoves by which the heating was un untcjuallztod UneiualIaed
tcjuallztod an and unsanitary unsanitaryThe
The high school will have five teachers teachersthis
this year and several additional courses courseswill courseswill
will be placed in the curriculum AU AUteachen Allteachers
teachers engaged for this year are under undercontract undercontract
contract for nine months and the prin principals pninelpals
cipals are engaged for two weeks addl addltional additional
tional work Following Is the the corps corpllof
of teachers and the buildings they will willbe willbe
be assigned to toNames toNames
Names of Teachers TeachersBurton TeachersBurton
Burton school Farmers wardC Ra RaBradford Ray RayBradford
Bradford principal Bertha Kunaler Scott ScottA
A Jones Jessie Harroun Loul Louise e Betts BettsAnnie BeUSAnnie
Annie M Smith Alice Burton Abbie J JDavidson L LDavidson
Davidson Emma J WebSter Geneve GeneveHorne GeneveHorse
Horne Ella Chrletopheraon Mabel Gr Grey GreyMary Y YIary
Mary Riches RichesAshton RichesAshton
Ashton school SuprKatberlne For Forrester Forrester
rester principal Mabel Sorensen Anna AnnaJohnson AnnaJohnson
Johnson Agnes McMahon Lo11le Aehtonr AehtonrEffie AshtonEffie
Effie Olsen OlsenBoone OlsenBoone
Boone school Buena VlstaMrs Mar Marshall
shan principal 19 Isabel 1 Pardoe PardoeCarllsl2 PardOeCarlisle
Carlisle school Xm Cr ekLeonldas ekLeOnidaeFisher
Fitter principal Marie Thomas Leroy LeroyPhilipps LeroyPhilippe
Philippe Cloe Winchester Sadie Howell HowenEdison HowellEdison
Edison school Mill CreekLewtB O OClark 0Clark
Clark principal Hazel Hili Emily Platta PlattaPearl PiattaPearl
Pearl Swift SwiftForest
Forest school Forest Da1eD11a Pen Pendleton Pendleton
dleton principal 1Il1an Whelan Julia JuliaHalien
Hallen Berth Johnson Ruby Thorn Thornstum Thornstrum
strum CUffle Cameron Beryl Fox Iamle MamleShefski IamleShefski
Shefski Amanda Brim Zeus Taylor Leah LeahBush LeabBush
Bush BushGarfield BushGarfield
Garfield school GarfteldJetsle Tre Trenam Treram
ram principal Mrs E M Anderson AndersonAnnie AndersonAnnie
Annie Stolhandske Anna Murphy Eugene EugeneSinclair EugeneSinclair
Sinclair SinclairHawthorne SinclairHawthorne
Hawthorne school Pleasant Green GreenTaylor GreenTaylor
Taylor P Brockbank principal Thomas Thomal5F
Philemon PhilemonChabot PhilemonChabot
F Howells Florence Lloyd
Chabot Margaret Crook ITS Minnie MinnieH MinnieHsynes
H Hsynes HsynesIrving ynes ynesIrving
Irving school HoUdayHeber N Gadf Gadfprincipal Garffprincipal
HorteJWe White Jennie Hamll HamlltU
principal tU Florence Hamilton Emily McDonald McDoaaldTheresa McDonaldTheresa
Theresa Horne Frank BrintoD BrintoDJefferson BnintonJefferson
Jefferson school Forest DaleMay Cor Cornen Cornell
nell Josephine Breese Breeseadllon BreeseMadison
Madison school South TayloravilJe TayloravilJeLtu1e
Ltu1e Bennion Eliaabeth Cook CookMonroe CookMonroe
Monroe school GrangerC W Aldrich Aldrichprincipal Aldrichprincipal
Irene Aldrich label Larson LarsonCaronne LarsonCaroline
principal Caroline Parry Delta F Bawden wden Hilda HildaBennion HildaBennion
Bennion BennionNorth BennionNorth
T TJensen TJensen
North school Mill CreekOllver
Jensen principal Katherine Hopp Bertha BerthaSutherland BerthaSutherland
Sutherland Annie X Shepherd ShepherdMorse ShepherUMorse
Morse school Farmers wardPearl Al Allenbaugh Allenbaugh
lenbaugh principal Hattie McFarland McFarlandOakwood McFarlandOakwood
Oakwood school Bill CottonwoodEbba CottonwoodEbbaPlhl
Plhl Grace McDonald McDonaldPark
Park school 5ulIar1 A Butterworth Butterworthprincipal Butterworthprincipal
principal Katie Poage PoagePlymouth PoagePlymouth
Plymouth school TayIOMlvll1eValter TayIOMlvll1eValterVUson
Wilson principal Georgiana Webster Le Lenore Lenone
none Bennion label Cook Zerretta ZerrettaFrame ZerrettaFrame
Frame E M I INacson INacsonRoosevelt IsaacsOflRoosevelt
Roosevelt school 1m CreekA J JHagan JHagan
Hagan principal Ethel L Chance Mabel MabelReed MabelReed
Burton BurtonEthel BurtonEthel
Reed Lldora Carlson Theresa
Ethel Graham Viola Brim Elizabeth ElizabethCalderwood ElizabethCalderwOOd
Calderwood CalderwoodShlrman CalderwOOdSherman
Sherman school East Mill CreekA CreekAD
D Allen principal Katie Neff Sadie SadieYa SadieWagstaff
Wagstaff Ya staff Elizabeth Newman Newmanhit NewmanWhittier
Jones JonetJlrinci Jonesprincipal
sChool HunterUlard
Whittier hit tier
Jlrinci principal al Minnie Haynes Marguerite llarguerlteReiser MargueriteBelier
Reiser ReiserWood Belierwoodatock
Wood woodatock toek school South Cottonwood CottonwoodE
Thompson ThompllOnllamle ThompsonMamie
Howe principal Maggie
Neff NeffUfors NeffWilfors
llamle Dorlu Mary Leigh Loretta
CreekEmma CreekEmmaCarlson CreekEmmCarlson
Wilfors Ufors school Mm
Carlson CarlsonSaltalr CarlsonSaltair
Saltalr school SaItairAlIce Hale HaleHomer HaleHomer
Homer school North Point PointDEMOCRATS PointDEMOCRATS
4 At a meeting of the Democratic Democraticcity 4 +
4 city committee and other prominent prominentDemocrats 4 4Democrats
+ Democrats of Salt Lake in the office officeof +
+ of Ioyle Van Cott last night It Itwas itwas + +
+ was decided that the party put a aticket aticket +
+ ticket In the field at the forthcoming forthcomingcity +
4 + city election About twentfive per persons 4
4 sons were present presentEncouraging > retiCnt retiCntEncouraging +
+ Encouraging speeches were made madeb 4 4by
+ b by Judge O W Powers B H HRoberts +
4 Roberts Martin Lindsay David Felt Feltand +
4 and others othersSERVICES +
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + t tSERVICES + + + + + + + +
Solemn ponUfical pontificalhigh high mass was edo celebrated edobrated
brated by Rt Rev Bishop Scanlon at atSt atSt
St Marys cathedral yesterday morning morningin
in memory of the late Miss Ellen Have Haveof Hayesof
of Ely N Nv who a died at San FranciSco FranciScoJul FranciscoJuly
Jul July 31 Rev W V K Ran was deacon deaconand deaconand
and Rev Timothy Brennan subdeacon subdeaconThe
The memorial sermon which was a ten tender tentier
tier and beautiful tribute to the deceased deceasedwas
was preached by Rev VT Yo K Ryan The Thecathedral Thecathedral
cathedral choir sang the Gregorian re requiem requiem
quiem Miss Mae Iae ONell being the soloist soloistSaltair
0 0Saltair
Saltair closes Monday Go toda todaWe today todayWe
We believe that in manufac manufacturing manufacturing
turing jewelry it should be bebuilt bebuilt
built from the INSIDE out outand outand
and not in merely putting puttingon
on an outside polish polishExperience polishExperience
Experience skill time and andfine andfine
fine materials are the fea features features
tures of all our goods goodsAn goodsAn
An absolute guarantee and a rca reasonable rcasonable
sonable price priceI priceTIII
< <
I Our New ew Store StoreThe J JThe
The premises at No 245 Main Street are now being pre prepared prepared
pared for QUI occupancy occupancyWe
We have in in readi ieadmess 1ess for our opening there about Sept 10 10the 10the
the most stylish and comprehensive line of Man s Olothes Olothesever
ever shown in the state stateBenjamin stateBenjamin
Benjamin Clothe Clotheare
are our leaders The new Fall styles refloct thalim th piil piiling t tSiIits yttil yttiling
ing Now York fashions fashionsSuits
Suits 18 to 40 40White 40White
White Pants and White Hats Full line for Labor Day Dayo DayNow
o 1 1Now
Now at 111113 Main Streett
Total for Corresponding Month MonthLast MonthLast
Last Year Only OneQuar OneQuarter
ter That of This Season SeasonFour
Four more permits were issued from fromthe fromthe
the building inspectors office yeater yeaterda yesterday
da day making a total for the month of of1751m
1751m or more than four times the theaggr theaggregate
aggr aggregate gRte for the month of August
1908 Building Inspector A B Hirth has hasbeen hasbeen
been working with a v vengeance < to keep keephis keephis
his books up owing to the number numberIf
of If permits Issued and the month shows showsone showsone
one of the best records of the office officeby officeby
by far the best of the year The larg large largest
e est t permit ot the month was for the theUtah theUtah
Utah hotel at the corner of Main an anBrigham and andBrigham
Brigham streets which amounted to to1OOOOO
1OOOOO but even without this the thepermits thepermits
permits for August of this year ex exceed excoed i
coed the total for the corresponding correspondingmonth
month of last year by 168O The Thepermits Thepermits
permits for August 1908 amounted to to388fiOO
388fiOO 388fiOOPermits 358500Permits
Permits for 8 number ot large build buildIngs buildinge
Ings will be Issued during the early earlydRS earlydays
days of September as work hag already alreadystarted alreadystarted
started on more than one and all that thatis
is keeping the owners from taking out outpermits i ipermits
permits Is the change of plans which whicbneces whichnecessitates
neces necessitates itates the filing of new plans planswith planswith
with the building inspector inspectorPioneer inspectorS inspectorPioneer
Pioneer Roofing RoofingFurnished RoofingFurnished
Furnished laid and guaranteed by byLAMBERT byLAMBERT
F N Paulson Says Work at Seattle SeattleFair SeattleFair
Fair Was Praised by Thou Thousands Thousands
sands of Visitors VisitorsAt
At the meeting of the supervisors and andprincipals andprincipals
principals of the public schools yesterdAY yesterdAYF
F N Poulson director of the educational educationalexhibit educationalexhibit
exhibit of Utah at the AlaskaYukonPa AlaskaYukonPacif1c
cif1c exposition spoke on the interesting interestingexhibit interestingexhibit
exhibit of the Utah schools and the praise praiseit
it received during the fall from thousands thousandsof
of visitors He Mid the display of the thework thework
work of Utah pupils brought this stat statsttU statestill
still farther to the front along educational educationallinN
linN linNJohn linesJohn
John S Welch a supervisor In the city cityschools cityschools
schools followed Mr 11 Folsom in speaking speakingof
of the stud study and teaching of tillltory In Inthe inthe
the schools
j INCORPORATIONS f fArticles I IArticles
Articles of incorporation of the Ohio OhioManufacturing OhioManufacturing
Manufacturing company were flied with withthe withthe
the count county clerk yesterday Th company companyIs
Is capltaU capitalized d at 10000 In 1 Slares of ofstock ofstock
stock The company will have bead beadquarters headquarters
quarters in Salt Lake Officers are re John JohnB
B Dais president Thomas F Ashworth Ashworthvice Ashworthvice
vice president Otis G Cross Secretary Secretaryand secretaryand
and treasurer These with Theodore ThendoreCleghorn TheodoreCleghorn
Cleghorn and Arthur E Hub Hubbard rd form formthe formthe
the directorate A patent on the word VIOniQllo wordQIlo
Qllo held b by John B Davis is taken takenover takenover
over by the company at a valuation of ofooo of00o
ooo Mr Ir Davis will be general manager managfrof
of the plant which w will l manufacture manufactureQUo manufactureQilo
QUo hair tonic skin remedies soap and andmedicines andmedicines
medicines medicinesThe
The Universal Metallic Tie company company1th companywith
with 1000000 capital divided Into I Ishares 1shares
shares of which 1 OOJOO are held as tress treaury tressury
ury stock tiled articles ot Incorpora incorporation
tlon with the county clerk yesterday yesterdayOffices esterdayOffices
Offices and plant lant will be In SIt Lake LakeOfficers LakeOfficers
Officers of the company are John C CSharp CSharp
Sharp president D W Standrod first fintvice firstvice
vice president John Pingree second ice vicepresident icepresident
president A H Peabody treasurer treasurerMathonlhah treasurerMathonlhah
Mathonlhah Thomas secretary The di directors directors
rectors are One earB S RtJPP John JohnP
P Cahoon and William Spry two year yearS
J IV Johnson Iathonlhah Thomas ThomasDavid ThomasDavid
David Athay and D W Standrod three threeearsL threeyearsL
earsL J Findle John C Sharp D DL DL
L Evans and John Pingree The com company cornpony
pony takes over patents by Mary F Ilc McLean IlcLean
Lean L J Findley and David Athay on onmetallic onmetallic
metallic ties tiesThe tiesThe
The Lark Store company of Salt Lake Lakeorganized LakeorganIzed
organized with a capital of 10000 000 In Inshares 50 50shares
shares of which 310 shares aN held as astreasur astreasury
treasury stock tiled articles with 1th the thecount thecounty
count county clerk yesterday esterda Ofic Offledre rs are R RZwicky BZwicky
Zwicky president A B Gibson vice vicepresident vicepresident
president James F Marshall secretary secretaryand
and treasurer these also forming the theboard theboard
board of directors directorsThe
The Monitor Electric Bell company with witha
a capital stock of 2 Oooo shares at 1 1each 1each
each was incorporated b by the filing of ofpapers ofpapers
papers in the office of the county clerk clerkyesterda clerkyesterday
yesterday Head offices will 1ll be In Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Officers of the company are Al Albert Albert
bert Sellers president C L Cole vicepresIdent vice vicepresident
president A J Dutton treasurer and andS
J W Stamp secretary These with withDaid withDavid
David Cole form the directorate The Thecompany Thecompany
company purchases an invention by Cor Cordrdon Cordydon
drdon L Cole and owned by him and andthe andthe
the three other officers In the payment pamentof
of 100000 In stock The Invention 115 an anelectric anelectric
electric bell which works from a direct directcurrent directcurrent
current instead of dry batteries Each Eachof
of the officers holds 2000 shares in the thecompany
company companyNO companyNO I
110 uptown quarters for the Salt Lake Lakejuvenile Lakejuvenile
juvenile court were decided uJY upon > n by the thejuvenile thejuvenile
juvenile court commission at its meeting meetingin
in the office of Governor William SPI SPIyesterda Spry Spryyesterday
yesterday The commissioners decided to totook totook
took at the proposed quarters in the Dooly Doolyblock Doolyblock
block Constitution building and Hooper Hooperbuilding Hooperbuilding
building and will make tmiir choice choiceknown choiceknown
known on Thursday when another meet meeting meeting
ing will be held heldKodak
GO GOKodak S
Kodak FinIshing FinIshingSalt
Salt Lake pr ito Supply 1C C 142 MaIn
Outdoor OutdoorPainting OutdoorPainting
Painting Paintinggives
gives best results if done in inthe inthe
the early fall with withAcme withAcme
Acme Quality QualityPaint 1 1Paint
Paint PaintThe
The ingredients used in this thisfamous thisfamous
famous paint and the meth methods methods
ods used in mixing give it itlong itlong
long life lifeWe
We have paints for Every EveryPurpose EveryPurpose
Purpose PurposeCulmer PurposeCulmer
Culmer Paint PaintGlass PaintGlass
Glass Co
37 East First South SouthSECRETARY SouthSECRETARY
Arthur H Callister Says Sheepmen Sheepmenof
of Utah Are Pleased With Treat Treatment Treatment
ment of Mr Wilson WiltonArthur WilsonA
Arthur A thur H Callister secretary of the thestate thostate
state board of sheep commissioners anI ania
8 number of prominent sheep men from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake returned yesterday morning
from Ogden where they went to meEt meEtand meetand
and confer with James Wilson secre secretary aecretar
tary tar of agriculture agricultureMr
Mr Callister said that the meeting meetingwas
was in the nature of a formal pain painof payingof
of respects to Mr Wilson No com complaints cornplaints
plaints coming from the sheep men of officially officlally
ficially were registered with the sec secretary seeretary
retary although numerous Individual Individualco individualcomplaints
co complaints plalnts of a minor order were re received
ceived by him In aU cases he was wasjust wasjust
just and appeared to have the interests fntereit3of I
of the IIIheep men at heart
In one Instance the secretary ordere orderethe orderelthe
the opening of a road through a forest forestre forestreserve
re reserve erve to accomodate one abeepman abeepmanwho
who had been accustomed to driving
his mutton shipments along an oil oilsheep I IIIIheep
IIIheep trail to the railroad and whkh whkhhad whielihad
had recently been closed by the fore foret foretservice tf tfaerlce
service officials officialsMr
Mr Callister stated that the IeCretar IeCretarpaid secretarpaid
paid personal attention to every sug suggestion suggestion 3
gestion or complaint made and In ever everInstance everinstance
Instance rendered satisfactory deCIiont deCIiontJAMES deeiiori deeiioriJAMESASTLEIS
James Astle wen known in Salt LalCf LalCfwhere Laieewhere
where be lived for several years h hbouht i ibought
bought an interest in the Blyth I Fai Faicompany
company department store and bas Far s sceeded sceeded
ceeded to the management in place J of ofLyman ofLyman
Lyman Fargo Fargolr
Mr lr Astle was employed in Salt Ltlk Ltlkby Ljike Ljikeby
by Hewlett Brothelll as salesman and rE rEcenUy recently
cenUy be hu been bookkeeper for th3 th3firm th thfirm
firm in which he is now interested iDteretedR interestedRecently
R Recently oently be wu admitted to the bar ot otIdaho f fIdaho
Idaho and was planning a trip to Chi Chicago 2hi 2hicage
cage for a postgraduate course In aw awwhen w wwhen
when he changed his plans and acql acqLrt acqLrtan irtt irttan
an interest in the firm for which he Iha Ihabeen haj hajbeen
been working Work mg
S D Evans EvansUndertaker EvansUndertaker
Undertaker and embalmer remoy d tQ tQnew tonew
new location 45 4 South State stree itreeBreeden
0 0Breeden
Breeden Office Suppl Co Cofor Cofor
for stationery typewriters 57 syems ems 61 61West 69West
West ad So Both telephone Tt r rlargest
1 largest eJlt stationery tore in Ut UtJi UtJitI
tr tILadies trLadies
Ladies 350 Tan Oxfords OxfordsLgbA
195 195All
All sizesall styles Only a afew afew
few days more moreROMNEY moreOMNEY
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