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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPT 1 1909 3
Jlt Lj r NEWS OF 01 UTM AU AND AN ADJOINING S1 STATES A YES I
Ogden News NewsOfflce410
Offlce410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculaUon streetrcuItIO1
CirculaUon I Department QG G Twenty Twenttlfth Twentyfflth
tlfth Street StreeOgden StreetPLANS
Ogden Wednesday Sept 1 1PlANS
PlANS fOR LABORDAY LABOR LABORDAY
DAY CELEBRATION GREBRATIONMany
Many Speakers Fireworks FireworksWild
Wild WestFair to Open OpenSame OpenSame
Same Day DayISpeelal DaySciA1
ISpeelal to The Heraldnepubllcan HeraldnepubllcanIgden
Ogden AU Aug JtPlanll for the bi biget bigetL elllt
111 L 1 or > 1 day eekbratlon braUon ever Mid In Ogden Ogdenmaturing
21 maturing The InterXountaln l Four Four1atc < our ourState
State 1atc fair will be fonnaJl formally opened by the theI
I Ii hOI oi uraanutto ot Ogden For or the the11 theuion
uion 11 number of promInent s eakers eakers1ttud1ng kere kereblilJdln
blilJdln Governor William 51 Spry Senator SenatorIt
It d < J Smoot RepreRDtatlv Joseph How Howell JIowcli
ell and Senator Clarence B Clark < rk of ofVomlng ofWyoming
Wyoming have been s secured uld VIttain rtluun1 rtluun1ll M M1Rott
ll 1Rott Olt president ot the State lied Federittion Federittionof ratlon ratlonof
of Labor will also peak speakri
111 morning will 11I be devoted to the thetaking theraking
taking and to atbletic sports In the tboat thealteziloon
at alteziloon tel noon there wilL 111 be bone IIlCM and andarnlval endtrn1yaI
arnlval ot wild west exblbltimul In InthO Int
thO t PIlng a pyrotechnical display baa baabf hasb
bf b n plann plannTh planued planuedTh
Th committee having cba charge e ot the thecrhralion thee
crhralion e consists ot 1 M Clark W V M Mii4gott 1 1lj
lj ii4gott tt S A Lindh W D Watkins and ande
e H Martin MartinWiLSON MartiniESO
WiLSON iESO IS PLfASEO VIIH VIIHGONFrRfNGrS IITUCWFERNCES
GONFrRfNGrS IN I OGDEN OGOtNSecretary OGDEN1P
1P
Secretary of Agriculture Leaves for forIdaho forI
I Idaho Veil Satisfied With In Investigations Investigations
vestigations in Utah UtahI UtahSpecial
I Special tu The H HeraIdIt2pubt1can HeraIdIt2pubt1canogIcn raldR publlcan publlcanlfden
lfden tug tJames Wilson lison secie seciet ecl eclt
t ry r uf the department of agriculture ac acmjlitnltd acrnetn1ed
mjlitnltd by CId lAaltt forester for fort fortii
t tii l Ogden district left Ogden this morn morn1J1g mornirg
1J1g for Pocatellc At Pocatello Secretary SecretaryIlson
1180 Ilson will met the stockmen of south southn
n Jd Idibo o and t1Iscuss stock conditions 00 00tJ onth
tJ public range He will m go from Poca Pocatll FocatiiII
tll to Mackey tomorrow morning morningIln
Iln Hi len1ng Ogden < > Secretary Wlt Wilson on saId saIdta saidtHt
ta his relations with the stockmen of ofltah oflldh
ltah were ot the pleasante t nature and andthat andt
that t Il t t his onterencfl with them were moet
1 tructln He said h he was atS exceptionally exceptionallyv
v 11 p pkasei ase with Ith the range conditions In Inltn inita
ltn ita and was happy to find that the best beIItreeling bestteeling
reeling exl5 existed d between the stockmen stockmenIid
Iid a he torettry department departmentI
4 I iW 31 t the most enjoyable features of ofdary oftary
dary Vilson vlfllt was wasL adeU htful htfuln
L n T m fl trip on 01 Monday evening as the theItst thegst
Itst of David Eccles EcclesE EcelesE
E E CALVIN IS ISO ISor
O or j A VISIT TO OGDEN OGDEN8pecil1
8pecil1 to The Thegt1fl rh HfIalJR puhlican puhlicanll
ll gt1fl tI n Aug nE E Calvin vice prest prestd
d nt and gcnEral manager of the South SoutheriJ Southevil
evil Pacific I In Ogden Mr lr Calvin is ismpanld isotnpanted
mpanld by Mrs Calvin and daughter dauKhteril
vdI il ill Ogden thf they will ne e the gu guE guests guestsc
c > E CXnlOn Mnson dhlsi mJjllperintendent dlvlalonatiperintendentri < I Il
l > rl Mn Munson Bnson Mr Calvin Is conva convaing I
1 ing after his recent Illness IllnessTRAINED illnessTRAINED
TRAINED NURSE WISHES WISHESTO
TO BECOME A CITIZEN CITIZENcSpedal
Special to The HlraldRepubllcan HlraldRepubllcanll
ll gden den Aug 31Mrs Ingar AmlrlOn
6 yars ars old a nath of f Dnmark Dnmarkt yes yestriiay
t triiay > rt ay flINt nn application to becom a aTatnrallSPd aratiiralimd
TatnrallSPd citizen at the t nlted Stat Statn States StatesNr
Nr n Anderson nder on I Is a traIned nurse She he Is Isth Isth
th second cond woman who has apllied for torr
I r l1 rallzaUon i pa Iaoers > frs In Ogden In three threecan threey
y can ca r
BEET DIGGING BEGINS BEGINSSpIal BEGINSlSpival
SpIal to Th > HraldRfplIhlkan HraldRfplIhlkanOgn
Ogn Aug 31Speltary If H Ro Rol Ho1pii
l 1pii pp uf f th LtlhIdaho Sugar com cornpan pan pant
t
arnouncl t tothy odl1 that l th I btt < t diggin digginw d1ggiuwuld
w wuld ld commenc on Sept 6 ard ar1sugar T Tsugar
sugar factories would open openoi 011 Sept 13 13S 13STREET
S STREET REET CAR MEN TO TOHAVE TOHAVE
HAVE A CELEBRATION CELEBRATIONSp
Sp Sprcial cinl to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgd
Ogd Ogden n Aug lThe annual outing or orthe otthe
the Ogden street cpr n1fn will be held at atTbe atThe
The Hermltlg on Thursday A program programof
of ZJots txrt jl l been arrange arrangeI arranged arrangedDAM
DAM AT MONTPfLiER TO TOBE O OBE
I BE EIGHT r llfS LONG LONGTclluride OGTdlluride
Tclluride Power Company Begins BeginsI BeginsTork
I Work on Great Project in BearLake Bear BearLake
Lake Valley ValleyI ValleySpecIal
I Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMcntpelier I
lcntpelicr idaho Aug 3Irhe Tel Tellutide I Ilurld
lurld Power COIl1IMln people have started starteflto
to work ork on the undertl1kn to make Bear Bearlak Hearlake
lake a storale reservoir for tile flood floodaWIS floodIvalais
aWIS of Beir ctr rhcr They have built builtan
an Imm Imtncnse nee dredge and have It large lum aumber lumber
ber of mel and t tams ams a at t work The first firstpropoattlon firstproposition
proposition contemplated Is the building buildingoC
oC ltll immense concrt dam eIght miles milesIon mtlenbat
Ion bat to extend across Bear Lake valley valleywith valleywtth
with large canals from the river running runninginto runningInto
into tb dam thus formed This would wouldraise wouldraise
raise the level of Bear lake sev several ral feet feetThc feetTheae
Thc Theae storage waters arc to be draw drawoff drawnofZ
off through gates Ie the dam Into open opencanal opencanals
canal leading back into tOe river at a apoint apoint
point same twentyfhe miles below where whiretbe wherethe
the flood water are taken out outTho outThere
Tho There Is n tumor that a pumping plant plantwill plantwill
will be u used J The power neees necessary ary for the thepUmlln thepumping
pumping < < plant will be broUght It Is said saidfrom saidfrom
from the compan companys s power station on Bear Bearrher Bearriver
river In G Gentile ntlle valle valley This station I Inow is isnow
now sending all Its power to Salt Lake Lakfamt Lakeand
amt It Is to Incr Increase < ase this plant and to In Inure insure
sure a steady and large flow of water waterthat waterthat
that the company III putting in the storase storasereservoir stojagereservoir
reservoir hre hreBRAIfMAN hreIIMEMAW
BRAIfMAN HAS BAD fAll fAllghanl FAftFoseph
Foseph Harmon at Bingliani ghanl Will Be BeLaid BeLaid
Laid Up for Some TimeNar TimeNarrow
row Escape EscapeSpechl EscapeSpeciil
Spechl to The HenldHtubllcan HenldHtubllcanBingham HeraldltrubllcanBingham
Bingham Aug UJoaeP3 Harmon a abrakeman abrakeman
brakeman on the Copper Belt line bad a aserlous aserious
serious fall from the top of a coal car carforty carforty
forty feet to the ground on the big trestle trestleat
at G tonight which nearly cost him his hislife hislife
life He landed at the rea of the house houseoccupied houseoccupied
occupied by E E Dudley and was taken takenInto takenInto
Into the house and Dr J F Flinn sum sumIftOMd sianmoned
IftOMd His right arm Is b bedly dly sprained spnlnedand
and he received a deep gash on his bead beadI headThe
The shock of the tall was the meet s srtous srious
I
rtous He struck timbers In the trestle trestlewlile
wlile 111 tailing which les lessened ened the force of ofthe ofthe
the fall and probably saved his life Hc Hcwill Hewilt
will be laid up for some time but will re recover recover
cover coverNE coverNEW
NE NEW J HOSPITAL PLANNED PLANNEDDr
Dr A J Stewart to Establish Institu Institution Institution
tion at Mt Pleasant PleasantSpPCial PleasantSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanIt
Mt It Pleasa Pleasant t Aug 3IDr A J St Stwart Stwarto wart wartof
of o this city will leave tomorrow for Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake to spend about one month In the theL theL
L D S hospital studying hOtpital work workDuring workDuring
During his absEnce Dr Viler will at atI attend
tend to the professional duties o of Dr DrStewart DrStewart
Stewart In this city cityDr cityDr
I Dr Stewart will return to this city cityand cityand
and convert his present home Into a amodern
modern hospital Dr Stewart Is asso assodated aesoelated
dated with another eminent physician o oSalt of ofSalt
Salt L Lake k It is the purpo e of tbe these thesephysicians e ephysicians
physicians to equip the new hospital with withthe
the moSt modem hOpital apparatus and andto
to prepare themselves to attend to all allth allthern
th thern hospital work of ths county and andthe andthe
the countIes directly south of here hereSEVIER hereSEVIER
SEVIER BRIDGE PLANS PLANSACCEPTED PLANSACCEPTED
ACCEPTED BY ENGINEER ENGINEERSpcial
Spcial to The HeraldRepublIcan HeraldRepublIcanRichfield
Richfield Aug 31State Engineer Caleb CalebTarnr CalebTamer
Tamer was as htre yesterday on his way wayf wayIrJm
f IrJm roJm aryale wherE he Inpect the theflr thesli
sli for th the nf new bridge rldle which will pr sparthe prthf
the So > vl ver r at that point As state aid Is Isbt Isbeing
bt being > in tiven iven In this project the site sitethe i ithe
the bridge and the plans come under oIr MrTanntr oIrTenm
Tenm r jurh jurldietion di < tlon The proposed I aite aitewns < lt ltwus
wus oltlfrefi abandoned and the brld brldwi1l brI4gwill
will lie r tH1 at a point O feet south southTIlt southTli
TIlt J 1 V KElIe company has the cor cortralt cortrai
tralt trai anll 1 f L Wright rl < < ht III the architect archltedThe
The plans were ac accepted pt > d by Mr 11 Tanner
I HOT HOTWEATHER ViEA THER LAXATIVE FREE FREEAt
At ro other time of the par Is the tendH1e to constipation greater greaterthan greaterthan
than during the summermonths summer months and this Is especially the time that It Is Ismot Ist
t mot important to keep the bowels open The heat taints food there are aregrms areII
II germs In th water and even fruit has its danger For a dozen and
one re3sonR the bowels should be bekept bekept
kept openyou should ha have at least leatonf leastI
I onf ° ne g04 go4d < l passage a da day and In the thecase thep
p case or children and young people peopletwo peopletwo
two a day ill better The best way to toobtain toI
I obtain sub relief and to thoroughly thoroughlyre thoroughlyregulate
re regulate ulcte the stomach liver and bow bowels bowels
els it by the UIIIe ot DR C ALD CALDWELLS ALDELLS
ELLS SYRUP PEPSI the ther theelt
elt t laxative tonic It Is not a tem temrary ternjiorary
r jiorary rary relief like salts and pura purat puratve
t tve ve waters and It does not gripe gripeI gripeltke
I ltke ke tablets and pills It Is so pleas pleasnt
nt to take and so gentle In action actionft
1 t t1h4t t the children prefer It to any anyf1 anyr4her
f1 r4her her laxative It Is the chIJdrens chIJdrensi childrensremedy
i I remedy for their stomach liver liver1d livera
a 1d bowel troubles UN It for con cone
e F Ipat1cn Indigestion sick headache headachepi
pi iousnet loss of appetite and sleep sleeponln sleepowsinesz
onln owsinesz s aftEr eating diarrhoea diarrhoeaummer diarrhoeaummer
ummer Com9Jalnt gas or wind windo
o the stomach oDtC A bottle can be beo
o tained of any druggist at 50 cents centsor
011 or 100 Thousands of tamlUffi keep keept
it t regularly In the hou house e because a ala alaxat1ve
la laxat1ve tlVe ma may be needed at an any mo mom mcinnt
m innt nt and those who once use DR DRCA DRbpWELLS
CA bpWELLS WELLS SYRUP PEPSI PEPSIaIWljS PEPSINalwas
alwas prefer it thereafter
aIWljS
Those who ho have never yet used Dr DrCaldwells DrCaIdvelis
Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and would wouldlike wouldlike
like to make a test of It before bu buIn buy buyIng
In Ing In the regular way from their theirdruggist theirdruggist
druggist can obtain II fr free sample samplebottle samplebottle
bottle either for themselves or an anmemMr any anymember
member of their family b by sending sendingname sendingname
name and address to the doctor The Theample Thesaniple
ample will m be sent to your home fre3 fre3of feof
of charge In this wa way you can find findout flndout
out what It will do without cost AIM AIMIf MaoIf
If the case prH2nts difficulties tbJt tbJtd thjtdoctori
d doctori tor3 and other remedies seem Ul Ulable uiable
able to overcome write a letter to Dr DrCaldwfH DrCaidweli
CaldwfH explaining how the persons personssufter personasuffers
suffers and he will give you his Mst Mstmedical bestmedical
medical advice bled on half a cen century century
tury of experience In Instomach instomach
stomach liver and andbowf1 andbowel
bowel diseases with without 1tbout
out charge Women Womenwho Vomenwho
who have children chtldrenshould childrenshould
should end fer sum liummr sumpier
mr suggestions to tomoth tomothers
moth mothers < rs containing containingthe
t the doctors advice on ondiet ondiet
diet h hygiene ene etc In Inbot Inhot
hot weatbera ver verImportant very veryC
C Important subject The TheI Theaddress
I addrEss Is IsDR IsDR
DR W B CALDWELL
518 Caldwell Dldg Monticello III
l
to QTht That Leak LeakI
I or orweMll
4 weMll if you youwili will allow us usLAMBERT usLAMBEWPAPER I
I
LAMBERT LAMBEWPAPER p APER COMP COMPANY COMPANYPhbne ANY ANYPhonez I
Phonez 386 386Asphalt 386Asphalt I
Asphalt Roof Products ProductsN
N No 0 coal or gas tar used usedWe usedWe
j
We will repair your old roof roofor
or put on a new one
7 f
iPLANS MADEIOk MADEIOkBIGCARNIVAL AOE fOR fORI
I BIG BIGCARNIVAL BIGCARNIVALSecond CARf1IVAl CARf1IVAlSecond
Second Event of Lehi Club ClubWill ClubWill
Will Be Largely Attended AttendedSports AttendedSports
Sports SportsSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublIcan HeraldRepublIcanvh
vh Aq 31The LaM Commercial Commereialclub
club will tli hold Its second ond annual good JIOOdtime goodthne
time cllrnl carnival at the Saratoga Springs Sprlngsnext Springsnext
next Monday The object of the outing
18 to have a good time and a dozen com committees cornmittees
mittees are bard at work making sr srral arrangt
ral rangt l meets IO that none of the thou thouAncH thousands
sands who attnd will be disappointed disappointedAll
All the gasoline launches on the lake lakegwlU lakegwiil
gwlU be called Into requisition and there therewill therewill
will be both hot and cold water bath bathInc bathIng
Inc There Will b a baIl In the pavilion paviliona
a baseball game In the aftenloon and a abapketball ahaketball
bapketball arne me rn between > two lady clubs clublIn
In the evening BesidEs this there will willbe willbe
be Il bowling aUto alley i1 shooting gallery and andall andall
all kinds of refreshments retlPsbmentsoloeral refreshmentsSeveral
Several oloeral hundred people will come across act08Ithe acrossthe
the lak from Provo and SprlngviU In Inlaunches inlaunches
launches and the carnival being on a ageneral ageneral
general holiday practically all of the thepopulation thepopulation
population of the rorth end oC Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty
county will be In attendance attendanceAll
All the commercial dubs of Utah county countyhae countyhave
have been invited as special guests guestsCOMMERCIAL guestsCOMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL CLUBS OF OFTHREE OFTHREE
THREE COUr COUNTIES TIES TO MEET MEETSpeclai MEETSpecial
Special to The HEraldRepubllcan HEraldRepubllcanEphraim
Ephraim Aug 3IThe Salina Commor Commorclal Commordat
clal club has prepared a pamphlet which whichserves whichserves
serves as an Invitation and program for forthe forthe
the meeting of the commercial clubs of ofSanpete ofSanpete
Sanpete Flute and Sevier vler counties to tobe tobe
be held there on Wednesday September 1 1The 1The
The program Includes < S a speech ech of wel welcome welcome
come by President P F Peterson tel1lOn oC oCSalina ofSaline
Salina reports oC commtttees on railroad railroadrates railroadrates
rates and senle adertjslng advert siiig and sugar sugarfaclory sugarfactory
factory In addition to these he fot following
lowing subjects will m receive treatment treatmentIms treatmentAims
Aims Ims and Objects of Commercial CommercialClubs CommercialClubs
Clubs Mt It Pleasant PleasantThe PleasantTho
The Benefits of County Faire Rich Richfield Richfield
field fieldSHow
fieldHow How Can Clubs Promote the Good GoodRoads GoodRoads
Roads Movemnt oemnt T SaUna SaUnaWhat SaunaWhat
What X Might ht Be Done to Develop Our OurMinerai OurMineral
Mineral Resources Marysyale MarysyaleHow
How to Develop the RMOU Resources And AndAdvance andAdvance
Advance the Interests Df Our Towns TowneMantl TownsManti
Mantl MantlSocial MantiSocial
Social Features and Benefltg o of Club ClubLife
Life Salina SalinaThere SailnaThere
There will be several musical numbelll numbelllby
by a male Quartet and by SOloists both bothvocal bathvocal
vocal and Instrumental InstrumentalEUREKA instrumentalEUREKA
EUREKA JEWS IN INSHORT INSHORTPARAGRAPHS
SHORT SHORTPARAGRAPHS SHORTPARAGRAPHSSeciaI PARAGRAPHS PARAGRAPHSS
S SeciaI clal to Th HeraldRepublica HeraldRepublicanEureka D DEureka
Eureka Aug 31Thomas BoyelL the theFInlander theFinlander
FInlander who was arr arrested sted on Aug B Bbad 13had
bad his hearIng yesterday art afterooa rnoon be before before
fore Justice D A Lindsay He wu rep repre8fnted represented
resented by George A Udall and T I IFoote IFoote
Foote county attom attorney > y or Josh count countconducted county countyconducted
conducted the prosecution Mr Foott filed fIPd8n filedfin
8n amended complaint reducing the c charge chargefrom arge argefrom
from assault ult with a deadly weapon to one oneof oneof
of plain battery BOf Hovels > 18 was fined 35Professor 35 35ProfesllOr
Professor Lehman mAnager of the Yan Yankee Yanhoe
hoe mint caDl out from Salt Lake this thlamorning thismorning
morning and went cnt over the company companyholding companysholdings
holding holdingRob holdingsRobrt
Rob Robrt rt A Brown superintendent of the theCfntennlalEureka theCentennialEureka
CfntennlalEureka mine who has 8 been beenvisiting beanvisiting
visiting for or a few days In the capital re returned returned
turned this forenoon focenoonTEACHERS forenoonTEACHERSENGAGED
TEACHERS TEACHERSENGAGED TEACHERSENGAGEDMt ENGAGED ENGAGEDMt
Mt Pleasant Ready for Fall Term on onSept onSept
Sept 6Large Force of Instructors InstructorsSpecial InstructoraSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt Pleasant Aug 31The public publicschools publicschools
schools at th this city wil open for tb tbcoming the thecoming
coming year nr Monday S September The Thepllpl Thepupils
pllpl pupils will merely be nrolle1 on that thaday thatday
day the work at the school beginning beginningthe
the dRY da following followingThe
The buildings have been thoroughly thoroughlycleanPd thoroughlycleaned
cleaned and everything put ift readtne85 readtne85and readthessand
and Indications are that Mt H Pleasant PlealantwUl
will enjoy a prosperous school year yearFoUowlnlf yearFollowing
Following Is a comrletfUt complete list 0 of the thefaculty thefaculty
faculty P M Nielsen district Imperln Imperlntenrlent superintendent
tenrlent High school A T Bond prin principal prlncipal
cipal J V Anderson eighth grade M MR 1 1R
R Anderson seventh grade Georgia GeorgiaJohnfOn GeorgiaJohnson
Johnson sixth grade Daniel Ra8mUAlm Ra8mUAlmfirth
firth grade and Goldie Raux Emma EmmaLund EmmaLund
Lund Thea namUiHtm Etta Ralph RalphViola RalphViola
Viola Whittaker hittak r Anna Anderson Ada AdaBarton AdaBarton
Barton Florence Monson Treple Lar Larsen LarSen
sen Ida Larsen primary grade
TEACHERS NAMED FOR FORSCHOOLS FORSCHOOLS
SCHOOLS OF MANTI MANTISp MANTISprcial
Sp Sprcial < clal to The HraldRepubltan HraldRepubltanI HeraldRepublicanEphralm
I Ephraim Aug 31The pUblic schools o oI of ofManti
I Iantl will o open n September 1 13 with the theI thefollowIng
I followIng fa faulty ultr High school Daniel DanllI
H Robinson principal Edgar T Reid Reidfhrllttan ReidChristian
I Christian NIlllon Clarence L Stuart StuartFrld StuartFred
Fred J Fjfl Fjeidstd stod Ella May Cox Sedonla SedonlaOisten oRla oRlaI
I 01st Oisten n and Halstein X Warner Grade GradeIlIChools Gradeschools
IlIChools schools E Edgar < i ar T R Reid ld princIpal Ellis EiltsI EllisJohnson
I Johnson T I Peterson N W Anderson Andersoni AndersonBlanche
i Blanche Mttcalt Apple Harmon Lenora LenoraDYrln LenoraDyring
DYrln Conrad FrtllChknlcht Clara Hall HallJohn HailJohnson
John Johnson on Leona Farnsworth Ann Parry ParryAda ParryAda
Ada Green and LIKb Frischknecht FrischknechtI FrischknechtPROMINNT
I PROMINrlT COUPLE TO TOi TOMARRYATSTERLING
i MARRY MARRYATSTERLING MARRYATSTERLINGSpecial AT STERLING STERLINGI
I
Special to The IIerahiRepubllean IIerahiRepublleanEphraim IIeralcIRepublleanEphraim
Ephraim Aug 31The marriage of ofI ofMalia
Marta WhlUock and Charles Peterson of ofStrllng ofStrling
I Strllng will lake place at the ManU ManUI Mantitemple
temple tomorrow Th bride Is the thlcharmln thecharming
I charming daughter of lr and Mrs Irs Warren War Warrtn
rtn Whttloclt wblle the groom room s the thelIOn theson
lIOn of Mr and Mrslartin Mrs Martin Peterson PeteflOnand
and I Is one of the prominent young men menof menof
of that city cityA
A weddrng Veddm ref reception ption will b3 given at atthe atthe
the home of the brides 1J8r rarents nts tomorrow tomorrowenl tomorrowevening
evening < < enl g and a ball will be given af after afterthe r rthe
the dlnn dinner r at the Strlln Sterling hall The Theoun Theoung
oun oung couple will mare their home in inSterling inSterling
Sterling SterlingBUILDING SterlingBUILDING
BUILDING fT SPRINGVILLE SPRINGVILLEGround
Ground Broken for Business Block BlocktoCcst Blockto
toCcst to Cost 251000 25000Spcial
Spcial t The > HcraldRepubllcan HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSpringvilie
Springyl11e Aug 3tGround was wasbroken
broken here this morning for a new newbusiness
business block on th west side of Main Maui4reet
4reet tr et b by Robert Miller Ed Chlhls and andEarl andEarl
Earl Tranc Tranchell JI The building win have haveI
a frontage of eighty feet and will close closethe
the entllP gap between the Sprin Springyille SpringyilleBank < < vtllo vtlloRank
Rank building an and d the Groesbeck build building buildtng
ing Th approximate cost vllI befiC80 befiC80The be 25C8O 25C8OThe
The building i8 to be occupied by u ul1lWr the theMiner
Miner Miller Groc Grocery ry company and andthe
the Trancbell Drug company campauBEET companyBEET
BEET CROPS EXCELLENT EXCELLENTSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubltean leraldRepublieanSpringvllle
Sprlng1l1e Aug nFarmers report reportbeet reportbeet
beet crops In 6Xe excellent lIent ndlUol1 The Theacrage
Acr acrage > ab III greater than last year oear and tIle tleprospects tIleprospct8
prospects are that tb yield per acre acrewill acrewill
will also bf greater 1 ater Tbrerbtng was go goIpg goipg
Ipg on with great for force but has been beenstopped
stopped hy the rain rainYOUNG
YOUNG MISSIONARY RETURNS RETURNSSpecial
Special to The H raldRepubllC8n HeraldRepublIcanRichfield raldRepubllC8nRichfield
Richfield Aug IIJohn J GledhUi a aouns ayoung
young missionary of SIUrd 00 has Just re retamed returned
tamed from ft t two years ears sojourn In Eng Englnnd England
land A handsome reception was given givenby
by his tOWD townsp3Ope townsp3OpeElva su p1e p1eEha
Eha Johnson Mazie Heal FJoule FJouleHorne FlossieHorns
Horne and May 181 Baker will all attend the theA theA
A C U at Lop this year YOl1rCROPS yearCROPS
CROPS ARE DAMAGED DAMAGEDSpeclal DAMAGgDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepubllCon HeraldRepubllConSprlngvllie HeraldRepublicanSpringvllle
Sprlngvllie Aug ILA heavy rain be bebail bean
bail an here at S oclock this morning and andrOj andhe
rOj he continued all day Much damage Is Isbeing isbeing
being done to hay and unthre3hed brain
FAST DRIVING LEADS LEADSTO
TO A SOJOURN If IN BED BEDSpecIal BEDSpecial
SpecIal to TIle HfraldRepubllcan HfraldRepubllcanRlchfteld HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Aug JlAs Ii result of wild wilddth1ng wilddriving
driving and racing along the public high hlShway highway
way two young mn of Central nam named namedChristensen d dChristensen
Christensen and Anderson aged 1 and
29 respectIvely are In bed the former formersuffering formersuffering
suffering from Il broken leg and the oth othwith othev othevwith >
with a broken collllr bone They hey with withoti1ers withotners
oti1ers Were out In light rigs Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight
night and two rigs cam2 together after afterIi
Ii wild da dash h for sup supremacy macy along the therosl I IrCh
rCh rosl > lf with the result that the two boys boyswen hoywerc
wen thrown out and Injured Both were wereplaced wereplaced
placed mirier the care of physicians physiciansRICHFIELD physiciansRICHFIELD
RICHFIELD FAIR GROUNDS GROUNDSARE
ARE BEING IMPROVED IMPROVEDS
S Special IIII to The HeriildRepubll HeraldRepublicanRichfield an anRichfield
Richfield Aug ITwentflve mn and andsix andsix
six teams are at work on the fair fairgrounds fairgrounds
grounds east of this city under the di direction dlrection
rection of Han Tuft and O P Wash Warhburn Washburn
burn The racetrack 18 being leveled leeledand leveledand
and when completed It will 1U b3 the pret prettlelt prettiest
tlelt stretch of 8oeedw sneedway to 1Je found In InUtah inUtah
Utah Stalls for the live stock are be beIng being
Ing tr erected ted and In this work Monroe onroe Is iskudiiig
1 ullIg th county as the people of that thattown thattown
town are erecting their own covered box boxstaUR boxstalls
stalls Tt Tlc fair this year will be an ex excdlerrt exc1ierit
cdlerrt cue as the exhibits will ccIlp eclipse eclipsearything e earythinJ
arythinJ ever seen The racing events eventswill eventswill
will attract many from the surrounding surroundinguntry surroundingcuzitry
untry Assurances o of many entries have haveooen havebeen
been reCln1 from the country south BOuthwher southwhere
where there are some fast animals animalar animalaCRIMINAL animalsCRIMINAL
r
CRIMINAL CASES BEFORE BEFOREJUS BEFOREJUSTICE
JUS JUSTICE lCE AT BINGHAM BINGHAMSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Bingham Aug 31Aarol1 Meers as assistant asslitant
sistant county attorney came from rom Salt SaltIakfl SaltLake
Lake today and disposed of several eases easeson
on the criminal docket In Ju Justice tlce Frank JorankH
H Cellventras court courtJoe courtJoe
Joe Grabbleh an Austrian charged with withaaaeult withassault
aaaeult and battery was tried toda todafound today todayfound
found guilty and tined 125 125ThE 325The
ThE case of Frank ConOOla charged with withalS8ult wIthassault
assault with a deadly weapon on Josepil JosepilStarkey JosepiiStarkey
Starkey or Upper Bingham was continued continuedfor
for the purpose of securing the attendance attendanceof
of 8 witne witneCOAL witness witnessCOAL
COAL SHEDS ARE WRECKED VvRECKEDTlntic
Tlntic Visited by RainstormDam RainstormDamage
age to Tintic Company CompanySpecial CompanySpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEureka
Eureka Aug ug 31TlnUc was visited dur durIn during
In ing < < the night by one of the most aevere aevereralnstorm8 severe severerainstorms
rainstorms that ha has ever been experienced experiencedIn
In the district The coal sheds o of the Tin Tinti flntl
tl Mercantile company which stood at atthe atthe
the Denver tt = Rio Grande railroad tracks tracksfar tracksnear
far the depot collapsed durin during the thetorm thestorm
storm and over VfOr D tons of coal was wasdum wasdumned
dum dumned > ed down the grade gradeThe mIdeThe
The rain had loosened the foundation of ofthe ofthe
the upper posts or underpinning and lb lbtlomndous thetremendous
tremendous weight had the effect of ofwcklng ofwrecking
wrecking the other ones below whIch were werebad werebadly
bad badly rotted thus causing the wreck wreckNo wreckNo
No further damage however Is reported reportedfrom reportedfrom
from any other town in the district dlt5trlctBI districtBINGHAM
BI BINGHAM BRI BRIEFS BRIEFSSpecial EFS EFSSJjecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanIllngham
Bingham Aug 31The Copper Belt rail nllroad railroad
road had a wr wreck at oclock Sunday Suodamorning Sundaymorning
morning on the Commercial branch de derailing tierailing
railing It number > r of cart and tieing u utraffic Utraffic
traffic A wrecker came yesterday from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake and wall busy aU day yesterday yetlterdaypicking yesterdaypicking
picking up the wreeka wreckage e and clearing the thetrack Re Retrack
track trackT
T L HolmaD editor of the Pres PressBial PressBialletin Bnt BntleUn
leUn Is on a ten days bunting trip In InIdabo InIdaho
Idaho IdaboHeavy IdahoHeavy
Heavy rains occurred here eali early this tWImorning thismorning >
morning swelling Bingham creek to a at01Tfnt atorrent
torrent but dolo doing < < little damage damageTeddy damageTeddy
Teddy Byrnes proprietor of the Byrnes Byrnesbotel Byrneshotel
hotel ot Upper Bingham and Miss Iag Maggie Iaggle
gle Welch were married In Salt Lak Lake to today today
day They were accompanied b by friends friendsand Mendsand
and relatives Friends are preparing to togive togive
give them a roal r receptIon ptlon on their re return return
turn turnThe turnThe
The Blngbam Commercial baseball team teamUt teamwill
will Ut give a Labor day ban on the eeni eeniof evening eveningof
of St SptemberG SptemberGPROVO > ptember 6 6i
i PROVO BRI BRIEFS BRIEFSSpecial EFS EFSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Aug 31Bnant Thomas was be before before
fore Justice A A Noon oon tode today all a cbarg cbargof chargaof
of obtaining money under fa1s pretenses pretenseaHe
He peaded guilt and will receive llen llenten sentenze
ten tenze e tomorrow at It II m mAllc inAlice
Alice Delilah Gale of Roosevelt Wa Wasatch Wasatch
satch county was examIned today before beforeJudge beforeJudge
Judge John E Booth and committed to tothe tothe
the state mental hmplta1 hmplta1L
L E Eggert Eggertsen en has commenced suit In Inthe Inthe
the district court against the Peoples PeoplesFuel PeoplesFuel
Fuel company to collect S3S4 alleged to tobe tobe
be due for coal delivered to the company companyz
z F J Norton and John A Scott both of ofOmaba ofOmaha
Omaha are In Provo on business While Whilehers hlle hllehere
here th they y promlB to wage war against agalnthe againstthe
the trout In Provo river rivrAttornes riverAttorneys
Attorneys from New e York are In Provo Provotaking Provotaking
taking deposition in the case o of the Gui Getneral Guierai
eral Electric company vs the Allis AlIIsChalmers AllisChalmers
Chalmers company which 115 pending In Inthf inthe
the United States court courtIrs courtMrs
Mrs Irs Kittle A Hines left toda today for a af atw
f tw > 2w day visit to Eureka and vicInity vicInitywhere vicinitywhere
where she ha some mlnln mining < < property rropertD
D J Watts Dr C M 1 B Benedict edlct and andWillIam andWilliam
WillIam M I Plnott of the state board of ofblLrbers ofbarbers
barbers examiners are In the city holding holdingan
an examination examinationOLD examinationOLD
OLD RESIDENT DEAD DEADSPcal DEADtSpecal
SPcal to The HeraldHepubllcan HeraldHepubllcanNephl
Nephl Aug tAbraham Orme died diedSunday diedSunday
Sunday morning at th State Mental hoe hospital hoep111
pital at Provo of asthma He Hehad bad been beenan
an Inmat < of th the h18tltutlol for or thirteen thirteentars thirteenytars
ytars tars and was i ycars lU old Hill family familyIE
IE one of the oldest and most prominent prominentIn
In the town HE Is survived by his hilfathfr hisfather
father and several brothers and sisters sistersThe sistersThe
The funeral was held Tuesday at 4 I oclock oclockfrom oclockfrom
from the famIly res1d residence residenceFUNERAL nce nceFUNERAL
FUNERAL AT TAYLORSVILLE TAYLORSVILLETh
Th funeral over the remains of Mrs MrsEthel rl rlEthel
Ethel Bird who succumbed Sunday After Aftera
a brief illness was held from the Taylor TaylorVllJ9 TaylOrvills
VllJ9 ward hou house yesterday afternoon aftfrnoonBishop afternoonBishop
Bishop Diamond officiated d at the seI services servicesand s sand
and ward members dellvel brief ad adjlresses adressci
jlresses ressci The ward ard choir furnished the tbemuI themusic
music Interment took place In the Tay Tay10rsvl1lc Tayloravilie
10rsvl1lc cemetery cemeteryTAKEN cemeteryTAKEN
TAKEN TO O HOSPITAL HOSPITALSpecal HOSPITALSpecIal
SpecIal to The Hel1ldRppubllcan Hel1ldRppubllcanBIngham HeraldRepublIcanBlngham
BIngham Aug 31 32Victor Vlct Johlman Cokman was wastonight as astonlgbt
tonight tak takn n to St Mary hospital in inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake suffering with tNuab1IIs o of the tbfIcWr thelower
lower limbs contracted In the mines here hereHe hereHe
He la a single man manPAINFUL manPAINFUL
PAINFUL ACCIDENT ACCIDENTSpeclaJ ACCIDENTSpecial
Special to The HeraklReIJubilean HeraklReIJubileanNephl leraklRepubItcanNephi
Nephl Aug 31Seth Ollerton sustained eustalneda
a painful Injury while pitching hay He Hetell Hetell
tell and one tn tine of the pitchfork was wastorced wasforced
forced through throughthe th calf or his le leSTEAMER leg legSTEAMERWRECKED
STEAMER STEAMERWRECKED STEAMERWRECKEDPassengers WRECKED WRECKEDPaSGcngers
Passengers and Crew Are Rescued RescuedAfter RescuedAfter
After Boat Strike StrikeManhflld StrIkesMarahileld
Manhflld Ore Au Aug IIThe steamer steamerBandon teamerBaRdon
BaRdon was wrecked this afternoon on ontbe onthe
the bar be ot the Coquille river Tile pee peesengera 1Qe 1Qeen
sengera en rs and crew were saved but ut tJ tJtamet tile tilestsamer
tamet ana a cargo of em f ti feet of lum lumbfor lumher
her probably will bft a totAl loss
The accident occurred while the BI1000n BI1000nwas
was being towed out of th the CoqulIle river rivero
o on her way to Coos bay As she was wascr088lng wascrossing
crossing the bar she he struck a rock on the thecoutb thecouth
couth spit inside the Jetty The line Iw Iwtween be1the
tween 1the tbe st steamer mer and the thetug tu parted and ande andCard
foUled f fr fCard
e r
Card of Thanks ThanksTo
To all who In any way either by word wordor
or act assIsted us durIng our bereave btreflvement bereavement
ment through the lost of our babY we wesincerely wesincerely
sincerely offer o our r gratitude aqtJ axt appre appreClaftflon
Claftflon ru Mr and Mrs Elias S Wood Woodru
ABkCampbell Stock Br ker 316 31 6 D DWall
a tT olnrk olnrkWall
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Wall Paper Sale Salefive Salelve
five lve 10 12 1214 15 20 cents 0 double
rOil I W R Alexander 146 East Sec
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ALWAYS ALWAYSI
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TO t Icuss DISCUSS THE THESTERRETT I ISTERRHT
STERRHT AffAIR AFFAIRExecutive I IExecutive
Executive Committee of the theG
G A R V Will iII Meet Thurs Thursday Thursday
day Noon NoonI
A call hat been issued by President John JohnS
S BraD Bransford ford and Secretary FIBber Harris Harrisof
of the executive com committee lttee of the tort tortthLd forty fortythird
third naUonal encampment of the Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army of the Republic for a special and andImportant andimportant
Important meeting of the committee at atI2
130 I2 oclcek Thur Thursday day afternoon at th thCommercial thCommercial
Commercial club Aecord Aceordng Dg to the word wordin wording
in ing of the letter This meeting 15 call called calledfot d dCor
Cor the purpose of receiving final reports reportsof
of the auditor and for the conlid considratiozi considratioziof ration rationof
of such other business a8 may be brought broughtbefore broughtbefore
before the committee committeeIt
It III said that the report rt of the aud audtor audtorwill tor torwill
will show Il balance but o of Just how much muchwill muchwill
will not be known until the official report reportis
is given givenFrom givenFrom
From unofficial sources it 18 learned that thatthe thatthe
the action of Colonel Frank M Sterrett Sterrettex SterrettexecutIve
ex executIve utle director o of the encampm encampmnt nt In Ingiving ingiving
giving an intervIew to a local paper In Inwhich inwhich
which he roasted the JDembers of th thexecutive the theexecutive
executive committee will III be discussed dlscuMedand
and it Is probable a letter will be framed framedto
to be mailed to the colonel requesting that thathe thathe
he fully explain ha his Interview and th thcharges the thecharges
charges he Is quoted as making makingThe makingThe
The nieces of Colonel Sterrett the Misses MissesBell Missesl MisseslHell
Bell and Pansy Varner who were em employed employed
ployed In the directors office left last lastnight
night on a trip to Los Angeles s before re returning returning I
turning to their home in Ohio OhioA t tA
A membership and anduse UIIIe of it In the theCurl I
Curl Credit Clearing House means a asafe I
safe and secure credit bu business lness 412 412D
D F Walker Building BuildingDENIES BuildIngDENIES
I
DENIES S STORYOF ORY OF GUN GUNAND I IAND
AND GREEK DAIRYMAN DAIRYMANIrs
Mrs Irs A Surbaugh Surbaughwhowas who was reported to tohave tohave
have ousted a Greek dairyman from her hermining hermining
mining claim in Bingham canyon at tlu tlupoint th thpoint
point of a gun several days ago denies deniesthe dentestIle
the report and d declares she had nothing nothingwhatever nothingwhatever
whatever to do with itb the alleged gun pia piaShe play playShe
She say that there was a report of ofsane orseine
sane gun play In that neighborhood but butthat butthat
that she was In no way interested In It Itand itand
and that she never owned a gun or knew knewhow knewbow
how to use one onePINCHOT onePINCHOT
PINCHOT MAY TAKE UP UPTHE UPTHESLOSSON
THE THESLOSSON SLOSSON CASE CASESanta
Santa Barbara Ca Aug 3LQlffonI 3LQlffonIPlnchots 3LGiffordPinchots
Plnchots visit to this city next Thurs Thursday mumday
day has taken on additional interest since sinceIt
It became known that Imam SIOROn SIOROnftlpervisor Sloseonsupervisor
supervisor of the Santa Barbara forest re reserve reserve
serve was asked to 0 resign two month monthao monthsago
ao by federal authorities In San Fran Francisco Frandeco
cisco and refused It 18 Bald that Sloe Slosson Sloeson
son In reply to the demand for his re81g re81gnaUon resignation
nation replied that he would quit the tbfservice theservice
service only after an investigation had hadestablished badestablished
established delinquency on his part So Sofa Sofar
fa far as S know no complaint baa been filed fltedSiosson filedSiosson
Siosson who is said to be the oldest oIdntmber oldestmember
member mber ot the forest service on the Pa Pacflc Pacific
cflc coast was per personally onally acquainted with withlr withMr
Mr lr Plnchot before tM latt latter r took ebarp ebarpof chsieof
of the forestry service serviceBathing en1ceBathing
Bathing at Saltalr1rt1Jl glorious gloriousGreat glorlousGroat
Great German Festival FecHvalSept FestivalSept
Sept 2 1 19O at the Salt Palace AU AUtbe MLthe
the Germans will 11I be there thereco thereWe
co coWe
We Have No Competition CompetitionIn
In quality Ye meet others prleee prleeesometlme8 pricesometimes
sometimes not always Best work workfall workfair
fall prices Our business grows cen century Century
tury Printing Co 555i Postolce Place PlaceBathing
40 40Bathing
Bathing at SaltalrilUII glorious
13I t otII P PE5TABLISHED
E5TABLISHED la64 la64I la64ONE
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ONE D mCE Ca TO ACt L NEVER UNDERSOLD UNDERSOLDGirls IJP4OERSOLDGirls
Girls School Clothes ClothesAt
At prices that youll not equal elsewhere in inth inh
th h e cit ftir 400 CHILD CHILDRENS REXS SCHOOL DRESSES 179 179I
y
I L J Dozens of dresses In excellent wash materials for torf forgirls
girls s from n 6 to 14 years s worth I 400 I in iniqF
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3 CIIILDUEXS SCHOOL DRESSES 5139 5139s 139 139Dozen8
s t Dozens of children dresses ginghams aDd cham chambrays chamr
brays neatly made IRS C to 11 years yearse
r S 39
e worth 325 In this pale paleoo salet
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oo CIIILDR CllILDhIgNS XS SCHOOl DRBSSES 8Ve 8VeDozens SV SVDozens
Dozens of dresses suitable for school wear wearof ot fine finewash fine4t
4t wash material and tJanhelete8 size II Qfl
tv to ° 11 years worth oe O I ia this ale 89 uC uCt C
t i 1 CIIIJDREXS SCHOOl DRESSES see 8DePoenB seei4
i4 J PoenB of school dresses of ginghams and fan fanmaterials fancy fancyiIJ4
iIJ4 materials In Btzes6 sizes 6 to 14 year worth fl
ii Fi 175 In this sale 69 UC UCc C
AYk 100 CUIIDRBNS nItESSBS tOe 46eDozens
1 c YiI1TfitVe Dozens of dresses for the little tots up to 49 fl flfs
fs Jil II 4 C years eals worth 100 In this sale sale4t C
4t h 11 1t tV 1 TO 80 CIIILDREXS SCHOOL APRONS 75c 75cL c cOne
L K l One lot of white aprons for school wear fl
C jt Z 3i worth UP to 200 in this sale 19 iC iCfl C COXE
fl ONE LOT OF lUTE IIUJX5 for schOJI Afl
tji tI wear worth up to 125 In this sale 49 c cwoo Cloo
woo CIIILDUEXS SCHOOl COAT 8177 8177A 177 177sic
sic I V A very few of these pretty 1I1e coats in brok broken brokenlots n nlots
lots and odd sizes up to 11 yean worth
S I 77
UOO 400 In this sale saleroo Q I i
4 roo cnILDRE S SCHOOL COTS 84 4i
15 coats In all broken lots and odd sizes good goodrange goodrange
range of colon u iip to 14 years ears worth worth5M0 2 45
500 in this sale saleSPECIAL U s
JrJ JrJji
ji SPECIAL SPECIALPrIces
p PrIces For 30 DAYS DAYSUtah DAYSUtah
Utah Dentists
t OVER LEYSONS
234 MAIN STREET JEWELRY STORE STOREThere STOREThere
There Is no economy In having den Set of Teeth tttBUBranteed700 tttBUBranteed700tal fit 5uaranteed 1OO 1OOtal
unless It Is Isdone Gold Crowns 2ZK 500
tal work done It t any price
Bridge Work Bfst 500
first class Here 1 Is an oppor
done Gold Fillings 100 1 oo up uptunit uptunity
tunit to have the very best work at Silver Fillings 75c 75cthe 75cthe
the lowest prIces by an old estab estabshedoffice Teeth Cleaned 100 100All
All work guaranteed 12 years
Jlshed shedoffice omce whose guarantee Is good Palnle68 PAeEXLrFreCWIth Extraction Free with Plates PlatesLA PlatesLA
LA FUNDICION PERU PERUv
We v c collect money for everybody everybodyeverywhere everybodyeverywhere
everywhere and we collect money moneyfrom moneyfrom
from everybody everywhere We Werecently Werecently
recently collected money from La LaFundicionl LaPundicion
Fundicionl Peru for the Rocky RockyMountain RockyMountain
Mountain Bell T Telephone Co and lindthey andthey
they wrote us a nice letter of con congratulation congratulation
gratulation Turn in your claims claimsand claimsand
and wc will collect some money for foryou foryou
you If you do not know where wherethe wherethe
the people happen to be who owe oweyou oweyou
you we will find them for you youIts youIts
Its our business We enjoy it itRed itRed
Red Streeks of Honesty Exist in inEverybody inEverybody
Everybody Turn in your claims claimsnow claimsnow
1 1MERCI1ATS
now
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONSclentlflc
ScIentific Collector ot Honest Debts DebtsRooms DebtsRooms
Rooms ii 71 8 82 13 st 1 15 96 fi 9 98 9 19 9 100 CommercIal National BaDk Bldg BldgSalt BldgSalt
Salt Uke City Utah UtahFrancis UtahFrancis
Francis G Luke General Manager Some People Dont LIke U
THE MOST BRILLIANT LAMP INVENTED INVENTEDI
I The Tungsten Electric ElectricAnother
Another great economY bas been effected in electric light by the inven invention invention
tion of the new Tungsten lamp It is blJilt like the ordinary carbon in incandescent incandescent
candescent in every respect but the little wire filament inside the bulb bulbwhich bulbwhich
which is made of a rare metal called rrungsteq and radiates two and a ahalf ahalf
half times as much light with the same amount of current It there therefore therefore
fore cuts light bills in two or gives more than twice as much light for forthe forthe
the same money moneyHouseholders moneyHouseholders
Householders and merchants who are interested in reducing their light lightbills lightbills
bills should not fail to experiment with Tungsten lamps for their own ownsati ownsatisfaction
sati satisfaction satisfactionUtah fation fationUtah
Utah Light Railway Company CompanyHELECTRICITY
ELECTRICITY FOR EVERYTHING EVERYTHINGBell
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