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10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPT 22 1909
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LIVING FLAG TO TOGREET TOGREETPRESIDENT
GREETPRESIDENT GREETPRESIDENTReproduction GREET PRESIDENT PRESIDENTReproduction
Reproduction of Unique Idea to toBe toBe
Be Better Than the theOriginal theOrigInal
Original OriginalARRANGE OrigInalARRANGE
ARRANGE HELPER PARTY PARTYSENATORS PARTYSENATORS
SENATORS SMOOT AND SUTHER SUTHERLAND SUTHRLAND
LAND CONFER WITH GOV SPRY SPRYAt
At the meeting of the committee on onhi1drfn onCh1ren
hi1drfn In the office of Superintendent Superintendentn
n I H Chrlsteneu yesterday additional additionalliars addItIonalI
liars I 1ar were made for the participation participationf
if f 211110 children and young people In IntI IntI
tI tI r rptlon fptlon to President raft rattUfCrintendent rafturicrIntendent
UfCrintendent Chrlsteruteu Chief of ofPoJ ofPoflr
PoJ Poflr Barlow B W Ashton of the theGrnlte therrite
Grnlte rrite district Captain Joseph E EClW EAdjutant
ClW Adjutant General E A Vedg WedgPresident VedgIO
IO president President J T 1 Kinllllbury of the thernirsity thelntvrsity
rnirsity of Utah tah and A C Nel Nelson Nelsont on onfctat
tat t superintendent were appointed appointedn
n L ommittee for arranging UH chit chilnu chitdrfl
drfl nu Jlfxt Sun Sunday ay for the review They Theyii 1he
111 ii arrange a series of sIgnals for as assnbling asinbiing
snbling and di8lM dispersing = rslng They will willfft willft
fft ft this morning at 10 oclock to tom tomyc 010Trt
Trt yc t dtalis and the whole committee committeew1I
w1I rneet again at 5 oclock this iftei ifteino ft ftl1UIr
l1UIr l1UIrThIp no ih ihTh
ThIp Th e will be about 15000 children childrenffITi children7Tl
ffITi 7Tl the Salt Lake 8 schools < 3500 frm frmth frmTh
th rnite district and 500 from lIur lIurJJr Murr
r Jrdaii JJr an district Is disappointed be beI beLUi
I lU LUi the railroads will not give e rates ratesf
f fcj tho t1 children und Superln Superintendent ndent J JII 1 1Jr
II 1In jr does not know how Qla QlaI many manyattend
I attend ilttendThn attendTII
Thn TII r will be another tot or 1000 1000ftm 3000ft
ftm ft m the L D S the Unlver University lty of ofand ofjttt
jttt and Collegiate Instituee besides be8lde2EL besidesIL
EL IL from private schools tiChoolsqvisor schoolslivisor
qvisor Villiam A etrell etrellTrtj re reyrttl
Trtj that the living flag will be bet beott
t r than ever before Children In this thisH thiswill
H will meet at Band B and Brigham Drlpanhts Brighamttt
hts ttt ts this afternoon at 4 oclock oclockTj oclockTiee
Tj Tiee t teachers of the Oquirrh 8 school schoolI < hool hoolfhllfj
fhllfj I a petition to Superintendent Superintendentiri SuperintendenttitISefl
iri tlsen asking that the childrens childrensdI
dI ijy I hanged to Saturday If puss po8lV pussl
V l in n4tead tead of Sunday This is de deIl
Il i I impossible at this date datelrnor dateC
C lrnor William pry Senators SengtoNiL
L I I mlOt and Geo George Sutherland Sutherlandr Sutherlandngreasman
r ngressman Howell met In the theI
I If f Governor Spry yesterday and andl1
l1 I iss d the personnel of the party partyt
t t ill go o to Help < > r Thur Thursday day night nightt I
t 1t t President Taft I Iand
I 1 > early Friday Fridayand
and come with thEm to Salt SaltL alt altL
L Th list was Va not completed but
1 J I it li g iiVtfl inn out tOOa tOOaINSPECT today todayINSPECT
INSPECT SHE ShEEP r AT HEBER IIBEI I IGovernment
I Government and State Officials on onWatc onWatch
Watch l for More Cases of Lip Lipand Lipand
and leg Disease Diseaselr
hr lr A e Young state veterinarian veterinariani
r i Dr F E Murray inspector In InjLrg IneiLrgt
jLrg of the federal bureau of animal animalblutry animalustry
blutry ustry are In the Heber district to
1 t sheep to ascErtain whether lip lipdisease
1 disease 18 prevalent prevalentI prevalentiiung
I ilung early in the week Inspected Inspectedt
t Wasatch district having looked lookedr
t r about 4G 40INXI head of sheep and andL andng
L n ng g to flnd any affected by the dia dial diaTJ disThs
l
TJ Ths s in charge of the office ot the thert theTt I
rt 11 t State Wool 001 Growers as association oclatlonI
I XI c numerous inquiries as t rem remt
C t Regulations of the department departmentr departmentagritulture
r itrkulture provide that the sheep sheep1L
1L 11 have been expo exposed ed to the disease disease1u
1u 1J be dipped in a cresol or coal tar tart taronefourth
t onefourth stronger than the thel therreribed
l prlribed for s seables abies
SPANISH WAR VETERANS VETERANSCONTINUE VETERANSCONTINUE
CONTINUE HOMEWARD WAY WAYHLtf
HLtf attending an organ recital at att att
t b Iernacle yesterday and taking a atr atr
tr II n L the Seeing Salt Lake cars carst1 carstL
t1 tL Iarty of Spanish War ar Veterans who whoart whoar
art TIturning home from their national nationalntion nationaliVi9itiOfl
iVi9itiOfl ntion in Tacoma left on the Den Denr
r Rio Grande for the east The TheJ Theiitors
J itorO were greatly Impressed by the thegrat ther4at
grat r4at organ anti enjoyed the music Im Imm Imirtns1y
m irtns1y > nsd After the sightseeing trip tript tripty
t ty y were eloquent in their praise of oftlt ofStIt
StIt tlt Lake Included in the party were weretarks
tarks 118 Norton of Hartford past com com1nalodNinchlef corn11aIderinchlef
1nalodNinchlef M L Thomas pay payrIItr paylAtr
rIItr general T Keiper past depart departriInt departr
riInt r it ommandEr Captain Charles Charlesht CharlesWhit
Whit ht < and W V D Tucker publisher of ofti ofti
ti ational Guard Magazine MagazineM
M S HAMILTON AGAIN ASKS ASKSWATER ASKSWATER
WATER FOR FORPOWER POWER PLANT PLANTlit
lit addition to an application filed on onltn onMndiy
ltn Mndiy < bY Milton S Hamilton of Oak Oakblld OakJail
Jail al tiled yesterday with the state statei stateanother
i tfr anothEr application for the ther thetis
r lt tn acqulrp a portion of the unap unapprlriated unappririated
prlriated water of ie e state for light lightarId lightari
arId power purposes puroesI
I Ti It lI pllcaUon he asks for ten tendj tentihj
tihj dj od et per second from a tributary tributaryof
of fig Cottonwood creek to generate fJelterateTn
Tn nr r for electric lI llghting htnc and machln machlnny
ny in Salt It Lake county The diverting divertingU
U tiu 11 iiu1 will be 5340 feet long and 1100 1100wilL
11 rpower wilL oill be produced producedPEMBROKE
11 11PEMBROKE
PEMBROKE STATIONERY STATIONERYCOMPANY STATIONERYCOMPANY
COMPANY COMPANYt
t WIst Second South phone 758 Are Aretl areUI
tl UI original blue printer of Salt rAke rAkeILY LakeTh
Th ILY y use the best paper and do good goodwork goodwork
work workHighest workHighest
Highest price paid for strictly fresh freshe freshtgs
e tgs vl THY ROYAl CAFE CAFEInvest CAFEInvest
Invest Your Money Where WhereYou WhereYou
You Can Get It When WhenYou WhenYou
You Need It ItMen ItMen
Men of experIence always buy buysecurities buysecurities
securities which they can turn turninto turninto
into money promptly without a aloss aloss
loss Our Mortgage Certificates CertificatesIssued CertificatesIssued
Issued for 100 and multiples multiplesthereof multiplesthereof
thereof doubly secured by First FirstMortgages FirstMortgages
Mortgages on Salt Lake Real RealEstate RealEstate
Estate and our Capital and andSurplus andSurplus
Surplus can be cashed at any anybank anybank
bank by simply endorsing the thetransfer thetransfer
transfer These Certificates Certificatesyield CertIficatesyield
yield 6 per cent Interest and are arefree arefree
free from taxation taxationSalt taxationSLlt
Salt Like LakSecurity LikeSecurity
Security Trust TrustCompany TrustCompany
Company
52 Up Main Street StreetCapital StreetCapital
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LUMBER ONE OF OFTHE OFTHE
THE BEST CROPS CROPSFourth
Fourth in the List of Freight FreightCommodities FreightCommodities
Commodities Produced in inS
I This Country CountrySOME CountrySOME
SOME RAILROAD FIGURES FIGURESTIME
TIME COMING WHEN TREES WILL WILLBE WILLBE
BE CAREFULLY RAISED RAISEDLumber RAISEDLumber
Lumber IIi one of the chief freight frcJshtcomlooitles freightcommodities
commodities produced b by land Its IlHweight Itsweight
weight per acre surpa8e8 corn barley barleyoats barleyoats
oats heat and re reFew ryeFew
Few people are aware of the care careulled careused
used by railroads In keeping tab of the theproductheness theproductiveness
productiveness of land along their theirlines theirlines
lines from the standpoint or the amount amountof
of freight produced by various cro croHeavier crop cropHeavier
Heavier the crops per acre the more morebustlHSs morebusiness
business for the ralroftde Nor are arethere arethere
there many people who tlnk of lumber lumberaa
aa a croP ald one of the most Import Important
ant crops at that which hleh contributes a alarge alarge
large share of the freight business of ofraUmads ofraIlroads
raIlroads raUmadsThe
The quantity of freight produced by bya
a crop depends upon ull d region and anikind andkind
kind of crop Railroads figure It from fromthat fromthat
that point of view Their profit d dpends de depends
pends upontonnage upon tonnage and class and audthe andthey
the they want to know what crop pays the thecarrier thecarrier
carrier best bestHow bestHow
How It Is Figured Out OutIany OutMany
Many averages In manY localities are arenecet8ftr arenecessary
necessary to reach reliable results rare JarcIs
Is neces necessary ary too In a IJlylnf to one oneregion oneregion
region the nxur figures obtained In another anotherJndiaM anotherIndiana
Indiana Illinois and Kentucky are the thec thecEnter
c cEnter nCer of a vat productive region and andaverlgul andaverages
averages th there re JO poeess tt8 a as much value valuas valueas
as those of an any part of the country bu buot butof
ot course they Cftnno be applied appliedeverYwhere appliedeverywhere
everYwhere An acre is credited with withyield withyield
yield as folio follows
Pounds Poundgr
per r RI RICabbage acrCabbage
Cabbage CabbageOnions IIIO IIIOOnloaa =
Onions 1ti 1tiPotatGeIJ 1SIIPotatoes
Potatoes PotatoesLeather IN INLUHlber
Leather LeatherNay 3tIlIO 3tIlIOHay
Hay NayCorn si1t si1tCorn
Corn CornBarley 1 lS lSBarley
Barley BarleyOats I IOala
Oats OatsTobacco B BTobecco
Tobacco S S7 S7Rye 7 7Re
Re 848 848beat 848Wheat
Wheat beat m mLumber
Lumber Fourth in List ListAs ListAs
As the list shows the three heaviest heaviesttreiltht heaviestfreight
freight producting crops are cabbage cabbageand cabbageonions
onions and potatoes Lumber Is h fourth fourthUp fourthUp
Up to the present time timber has been beencut beencut
cut almost exclusively from wild land landwithout landwithout
without much regard to the acres gone gOtteover goneover
over But the time Is coming wh when n the they theyield
y yield ld of wood per acre wilt be calculat calculated
ed as carefully as the yield of corn cornRnd cornand
and as much thought will 11I be given to togrowing togrowing
growing It though Mt as much work workHow workHow
How much wood grows on dn acre In a ayear ayear
year yearSome yearSome
Some of the abused burnt washed washedand washedand
and neglected lands are producing onl onllittle only onlylittle
little It has been estimated that the thetplcal thetypical
typical hardwood regiQn of Tennessee Tennesseewhere Tennesseewhere
where fire is kept out are growing growingabout growingabout
about 3000 pounds of wood early per peracre peracre
acre Good stands of young pine in inother inother
other parts of the country are proba probably probably
bly doing as well or better But this thisIs thisIs
Is Jot the limit for foresters say wood woodland woodland
land can do much better tter un uneer < ler forestry forestrmethods forestrymethods
methods Good timber must be select selected
ed the poor cut out just as the farmer farmlrplants farmerplants
plants the best kinds Of corn and re rejects
Jects the poor QOr In Europe where they theyraise theyraise
raise crops of trees they get under fa faorable favorable
orable conditions an annual growth growthof
of 4500 t 6500 pounds or wood per peracre peracre
acre This countr country can do at least as aswell aswell
well wellThe
The freight carriers however seldom seldomtransport seldomtransport
transport the whole iood ood growth The Thewaste Thewaste
waste is left In the woods or at the themill themill
mill This b Is much or little depending dependingupon deendlngupon
upon what Is made of the wood before beforethe beforethe
the transportation company gets It It ItIt ItIt
It is apparent however that after de deducUnK deducting
ducting for waste the growth of an anacre anacre
acre of timber furnishes more freight freightthan freightthan
than an acre ot anyone any one or the agricul agricultural agricutural
tural crops except cabbage onions an1 an1potatoes anlpotatoes
potatoes
Constant Demand for Lumber LumberThe
The quantity of any one of thet thetthree thesthree
three commodIties that will go to the themarket themarket
market is limited by demand but the thedemand thedemand
demand for lumber is not diminishing
All that the forests and planted lots lotscan lotscan
can supply will go the market marketVoodland marketWTJland
Voodland under ca yields early yearlycrops earlycrops
crops as regularly as wheat fields The Themarketable Themarketable
marketable timber only Is cut at reg regular regular
ular intervals and new growth Is al always always
ways comIng on A As a freight producer produeera
I
a timber tract ma may be depended Upon Upullas
as surel surely as a potato field In fact it itIs itis
Is sure for land In farm crops wears wearsout wearsout
out unless constantly fertilized but buttlm buttimber
tlm timber r land fortifies Itself with its itsleaves Itsleaves
leaves and becomes richer It will will1e1d willyield
yield undiminished crops forever foreverTrees foreverTrees
Trees grow on rough land where whereagriculture whereagriculture
agriculture cannot profitably be car carried carned
ned on and the freight and other re returns returns
turns from such re regons ons are largely larelyclear largelyclear
clear Kal gain since such land would other otherwise otherwise
wise be producing little or nothing nothingOLD nothingOLD
OLD WARRANTS CANCELED CANCELEDBY
BY THE COUNTY AUDITOR AUDITORWarrants AUDITORWarrants
Warrants more than two years old oldamounting oldamounting
amounting to 100 were canceled by byCounty I i
County Auditor Frank Heglnbotham HeglnbothamYe8terday Ireginbothamyesterday
yesterday Every little while the coun county county
ty auditor goes over the list of old out outstanding outstanding
standing warrants and erases some over overtwo overtwo
two years old The claims have been beenforwotten beenforgotten
forgotten evidently and the county countydoetl countydoes
does not care to send a special meaen meaenger messenger
ger out with the money moneyGRANITE moneyI moneyGRANITE
I
GRANITE HIGH SCHOOL ELECTIO ELECTIOAt
At the Granite High 8 school < hool yester yesterday yesterday
day was held the first meeting of the thestudent thestudent
student bpd This meeting was for the thepurpost thepurpose
purpose of electing officers for the en ensuing
suing year Percy White was success 8uccessfulln successful
fulln ful in a field of five and Miss Lund had hady hadeasy
easy y running in the race for vice pres presIdeaL I Iident
IdeaL Steve Love was chosen treasur treasurer
er The subject of printing a monthly monthlypaper monthlypaper
paper at the school schoolmet met with approval approvallUGHT approvalNIGHT
NIGHT SCHOOL SCHOOLOpens SCHOOLOpens
Opens Wednesday October 6 1909 1909Bookkeeping 1909Bookkeeping
Bookkeeping Shorthand ShorthandDne88 ShorthandBusness
Dne88 Arithmetic Typewriting
Penmanship English EnglishJilechanc EnglishJiechankal I
Jilechanc 1 Drawing Etc EtcLatest EtcLatest
Latest systems expert te teachers chers best bestequipment bestequipment
equipment The demand by bustn bustnmen busljemen
men for our students I is never fUlly sup supplied supplied
plied pliedL
L D S BUSINESS COLLEGE COLLEGEThe
The merit of the Vuatch WasatchDid ds
Did bring them Into fam famThe famThe
The go good > d housewlf1 this brand i imand r rmands
mand mandThere mandsThere
There are none jut the same sameMiss same sameMiss
Miss Nora Gleason Gleasonwill
will arrange her classes for the fall and andwinter andwinter
winter term lIilond Monday Y Hours 9 a m mto into
to 1 pm p m p m to 8 p m Constitu Constitution
tion block blockTHE I ITHE
THE BIG FIRE AT SUGAR SUGARHas
Has not put HHnpton Coal Co out of ofbusimss ofWill
busimss Will d deliver > orders promptly promptlyan
an usual Phvncs 424 I
c
GERTRUDE COGHLAN COGHLANLeading COGHLANLeading
Leading woman in The Noble Spaniard with Robert Edeson
SALT LAKE THEATRE THEATRECamille THEATRECamille
Camille Gorde the eminent French Frenchcritic Frenchcritic
critic came to Am Am2rIea rlca last winter to tolecture tolecture
lecture under the auspices of the Alilanc AlilancFrancalse Allanc3Francalne
Francalse and while he was In New York Yorkhe Yorkhe
he wnt Ot to see Miss Billie Burke at the theLceum theLyceum
Lyceum theatre in Love Watches the thecomedy thecomedy
comedy In which she will app appear r at the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Theatre for half a week be beginning beginning
ginning tomoTOW night M I Gorde had hadstn hadseen
seen the French play from which Love LoveVatches LoveVatches
Vatches I Is adapted man many times at the theComedle theComedle
Comedle Francalse in Paris and was thor thoroughly thoroughly
oughly familiar with It After the per performance performanee
formance In New York he remarked that thatIn
In his opinion the piece had lost some something Omething
thing in the adaptation but about Miss 11 8
Burke he was enthusiastic She Is ex exquisite cxquisite
quisite he Hid Ve have no such suchwonderful suchwonderful
wonderful Ingenue In Paris 1 say unhea unhealtatlngl unhesItatingly
ltatlngl that she Is incomparable There Thereare Thereare
are little faultsoh yebut she has such sucha
a wonderful supply of freshness Impulse Impulsecharm Impulsecharm
charm and beauty To me she Is quite quiteextraordinary quiteextraordinary
extraordinary extraordinaryBUNGALOW extraordinaryBUNGALOW
BUNGALOW THEATRE THEATREHello
Hello Bill at the Bungalow this week
Is furnishing hearty laughs to the patrons patroDlof
of that popular house The piece Is brisk briskand briskand
and swift In action and Mr SWen80 SWen80and Swensonand
and his company bring out all the enter entertainment entertainment
tainment there Is In It There will be bematlne2S bematinees
matinees Thursday and Saturday SatunlarGRAND SaturdayGRAND
GRAND THEATRE THEATREYlllard THEATREWillard
Ylllard Mack and Branche Douglas are
drawing crowded houses to the Grand
Ith The Girl of the Golden West est Each Eachsucceeding Eachsucceeding
succeeding performance draws better and
before the vtk Is over S R O will willagain ill illagain
again be the watchword There will hi a amatinee amatinee
matinee this afternoon afternoonHOLDS afternoonIIODS
HOLDS O S L FRANCHISf
Mayor Says It Differs Prom Blue BluePrintODonnell EluePrintODonnell
PrintODonnell Refuses Refusesto
to Take Blacks Word WordYlth WordWith
With the exception of the Short Line Linefranchise Linefranchise
franchise for a track in Third West Weststreet Weststreet
street Mayor John S Bransford yes yesterda yesterday
terda terday approved all of the legislation of ofthe
the city council Monday night It is isstilt
still claimed that the franchise differs
from the blue print both submitted by
the Oregon Short Line o officials lcials and andtbey andthey
they were ere sent by Mayor Bransford to tothe tothe
the city engineer to be cheeked up
A hot little exchange of words be between between
tween Councilman Ed ODonnell and andCouncilman
Councilman T R Black has developed developedover I
over this franchise
matter and OD n nnell
nell refused to take the word of the thecouncilman thecouncIlman
councilman from the Fifth When the thematter thematter
matter was returned to the council
Monday night on the veto of Mayor MayorBransford I
Bransford ODonneil said he wanted to tolook tolook
look at the new franchise and blue blueprint
print Councilman n Black st started rted to ex explain cxplain
plain the matter to the council councilNever councilNever I
Never mind Mr Ir Black Ill have a alook alook
look at It said Councilman ODonnell ODonnellI
I took your word for it last Tue Tuesday Tuesdaynight da
night and It was vetoed by the mayor mayorI
1 think Ill look It over overCouncilman overCouncilman
Councilman Black flushed when the
inference was made that he had pur purOIely purposely
OIely fooled the council on the mat matter matter
ter ODonnen looked at the blue print printlistened printlIstened
listened to the readIng of the franchise franchiseand e eand
and the matter stopped there
TribuneReporter TribuncReportcrPrintlng Printing Co Corr Coh Co59c
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Will buy a hair brush this thisweek thisweek
week that is worth a good gooddeal gooddeal
deal more Its made to tosell tosell
sell for more but it goes goesat goesat
at 5 59c c just the same sameSCHRAPMS sameSCHRAMMS
SCHRAPMS SCHRAPMSWHERE
WHERE THE CARS ST STOP STOPBrush P PBrush
Brush Shopp
COLONIAL THEATRE THEATREwrhe
wrhe Co College lEge Widow With which thc thci
i Arington players are delighting large largeI largeaudiences
I audiences at the Colonial this week Is isbilled
blUed as a fouract pictorial com dy
Theres a reason The scenes of college collegeUte collegelIfe
Ute the gymnasium the athletic field tiddand fieldand
and the > many pretty girls with the foot football
ball players and their admirers comtltut eonstltut7
a whole series of striking pictures TlA TlAscenery Thscenery
scenery by Frank Champury III the real realthing realthing
thing accurate and appropriate and the thecostumes thecostumes
costumes have made a hit The whale whalepiece hale
I piece Is redolent of the college l spirit
The Arington company bas done nothing
bett bettr r since opnlng here and John Ince Inceas
as Blllv Bolton has more than won his hiliaudlen hisaudiences
audlen audiences audiencesMr es
I Mr Arington Is trying to find out what toat
the Salt Lake public wants and Intends to togive togive
give It He has now In course of prepara
tion some unusual productions for stock stockcompanies stockcompanies
companies which he will produce at great 3Ieatexpen greatexpense
expense e Not the least of these III Quo
Vadls which will be given a scenic scenicpresentation cenlepresentation
presentation next week This will be fol
lowed by The Cowboy and The Lady
Nat Goodwins great reat success
There will b matinees of The College
Widow this afternoon and Saturday SatunlayORPHEUM SaturdayORPHEUM
ORPHEUM THEATRE THEATREIt
It was In itches Hour and Candle CandleUfIht CandleLight
Light that Margaret FeaIY who Is play
in ing at thE Orpheum theatre made her
debut on the vaudeville stage and she shecould shecould
could hardly have selected a prettier or ormore ormore
more romantic play Besides being an anactress anactress
actress of ability Margaret Fealy Is a ateacher ateacher
teacher of dramatic art and one ot the
best In the country and there are scores IICoresamong scoresamong
among the prominent actors and aetre aetreon actresses actresseson
on t the e American stage who earned their theirSU08S theirsuccss
SU08S because of the excellence of her herteaching herteaching
teaching among them being her on
daughter Maud Mrs Fealy Is topping
the bill at the Orpheum all this week weekand weekand
and the reception with which she is meet
ing is most flattering flatteringMfAT flatteringSe
Se SeMEAT
MEAT MUST BE INSPECTED INSPECTfDOrdinance
Ordinance Recently Passed Goes Into IntoEffect IntoEffect
Effect and Officials Promise Promiseto
to Enforce It ItEvery ItEvery
Every pound of fresh meat sold In InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake after Oct 1 must beer the thestamp thestamp
stamp of either government or city In Inspectors Inspectors
spectors This Is the order issued to the thebutchers thebutchers
butchers and slaughterhouse men In Inand inand
and near Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe
The ordinance was passed several severalmonths everalmonths
months ago but the slaughterhouse slaughterhousemen e emen
men were given until Oct 1 to Improve Improvetheir improvetheir
their pla plates s and prepare for city inspec inspection Inspeetion
tion tionTwo
Two slaughterhouses have alread alreadmade already alreadymade
made the necessary Improvements and andare andare
are now being Inspected by city inspec inspectors inspectoes
toes torsT
T w V Treman city meat inspector inspectorsays
says places which have not made the thenecessary thenecessary
necessary hn improvements rovements will have to do dotheir dotheir
their killing at the slaughterhouse slaughterhousewhere e ewhere
where the changes have been made madeThis madeThis
This ruling will Over everything but butveal butveal
veal which must be tagged by the thekillers thekillers
killers killersEVANGELIST killersEVANGELIST
c
EVANGELIST RETURNS RETURNSFROM RETURNSFROM
FROM TRIP TO NEVADA
Tom Mackey evangelist who started starteda
a revival In Salt Lake among the ten tenderloin tenderloin
derloin districts several months ago agoand agoand
and founder of the Commercial street streetchapel streetchapel
chapel of the Volunteers of America Americareturned Americareturned
returned from Reno Nev last night night1tr nightMr
1tr Mackey made fort forty onverslon in inthat inthat
that wideopen town In the three weeks weekshe
he was there Today he will b be seen seenagain n nagain
again on the streets and chapel leading leadingthe
the Volunteers meetng 1115 before beforeSince beforeSince
Since Mr and Mrs lackey came to toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake last fay tleY hare made madeelo madeclose
elo close e to itJI 00 conversions among the ten tenderloin tenderloin
derloin frequenters Mrs Mackey has hashad hashad
had charge of the local work during the theabsence theabsence
absence of her husband husbandSODIUM husbandSODIUM
SODIUM SULPHATE CASE CASESTILL CASESTILL
STILL UNDER UNDERADVISEMENT UNDERADVISEMENTWhether ADVISEMENT ADVISEMENTVhfther
Whether or not sodium sulphate sulphateused sulphateused
used in meat stuffs as a preservative preservativeIs
18 deleterious to the meat Is the hinge hingeUJ hingeupon
UJ upon > On w which lch swings the decision of Tus Juntice Tustice
tice Hanks In the case of the state stateagainst stateagainst
against J T 11 MarrIott T B Cowan CowanLewis CowanLewis
Lewis Knight McMlJland Sons Sny Snyder Snyder
der Co and Smith Co butchers butcherscharged butcherscharged
charged With vIolating the pure food foodordinance foodordinance
ordinance In u using ing the drug The case casewas casewas
was heard by Justice Hank Monday Mondayafternoon Mondayafternoon
afternoon and tf testimony < centered In Inthe inthe
the contention as to whether sodium sodiumsulphate sodiumsulphate
sulphate was Injurious to health healthYesterday healthYesterday
Yesterday Tustir > Hanks was still stillwithholding stillwithholding
withholding judgment declaring tha thahe thahe
he had found a wide variance of expel expelopinIon experopinion
opinIon regarding the > matter Dtl Dcci5t
5t ion will in all IJlobabilit be rcnderl rcnderltnlay rendercit 1
tnlay t by
HAMMOND COMES COMESTO
TO JOIN TAfT TAfTEminent TAFTEminent
Eminent Mining Engineer Will WillLeave WillLeave
Leave Salt Lake With WithPresidents WithPresidents
Presidents Party PartyLEAGUE PartyLEAGUE
LEAGUE PLANS WELCOME WELCOMEREPUBLICAN WELCOMEREPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION TO TOHONOR TOHONOR
HONOR ORIGINATOR ORIGINATORJohn
John Hays Hammond the million millionalre millionaire
alre mine owner and the close persons personttlfriend personsfriend
friend and colle college e mate of Pr President PresidentTaft dent dentTaft
Taft will Ita Kave ve Lot > Angeles today or ortomorrow ortomorrow
tomorrow for Salt Lake to join Presi President President
dent Tafts party Mr Hammond has haswired hasv1rej
wired that he will be In Salt Lake to togreet togreet
greet President Taft on his arrival and andto andto
to continue with the presidential party partyon
111 the transcontinental trip tripMr tripMr
Mr Hammond Is the president > nt and andprincipal andprincipal
principal organizer of the National NationalLeague NationalLeague
League of Republican clubs During Duringhis
his stay In Salt Lake he will be the theguest theguest
guest of the Utah Republican league leaguePlans leaguePlans
Plans for his entertainment are being beingmade beingmade
made by a ipeclal committee appointed appointedby
by the executive committee of th thstate the thestate
state organlz organization tlon The special rom rommittee cornniittee
mittee is composed of W S MeCor MeCorflick cCor cCornick
nick president of the Utah Republican Republicanleague Republicanleague
league Jesse F Turner assistant na national national
tional organl organizor r W H Folland secre secretary secretary
tary of the Utah Republican league leagueGovernor leagueGovernor
Governor William Spry and Colonel ColonelGeorge ColonelGeorge
George B Squires It Is expected that thatIr thatMr
Mr Ir Hammond will reach Salt Lake on onFriday onFriday
Friday morning morningFor
For several weeks Mr Hammond has hasbeen hasbeen
been on a business trl trip nspectlng his hisproperties hisproperties
properties In Arizona and Mexico In InMexico InMexico
Mexico Mr Hammond looked over the theanta theSanta
Santa Gertrudls silver mine at Pa Pachuca Paehuca
chuca on which a 1000000 option ha habeen habeen
been secured for the Camp Bird Mining Miningcompany Miningcompany
company of London Mr Hammond HammondIs
Is the American Am rlcan representative of this thiscompany thiscompany
company On his trip Mr Hammonr Hammonralso
also visited several Arizona and Mex MexIco Mexleo
leo Irrigation properties In which he Is Isintere8ted Isinterested
interested After completing his trip tripof tripof
of Inspection Mr Hammond went to toLos toLos
Los Angel > g for a few days stay stayIn stayIn
In Mr Hammonds party are Dr C CL CL
L Lindley of Lakewood X J A L LGarford LGarford
Garford of Elylro 0 Iten mentioned mentionedas
as a candi canduate ate for governor of Ohio OhloH
H H Johnson Tohn on of Cleveland Edwin S SBarry SBarry
Barry one of Mr Hammonds mining mlnlnrengineers miningengineers
engineers and A J Carter of New NewYork NewYork
York private secretary to Mr Ham Hammond Hammood
mood mondFORMER moodFORMER
FORMER SALT SALTLAKE LAKE MAN MANSLEEPS MANSLEEPS
SLEEPS ABOVE CLOUDS CLOUDSThe
The official record of the wonderful wonderfulballoon wonderfulballoon
balloon trip of P Chester Thompson Thompsollthe
the prominent broker formerly of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and Charles J GII Glidden < 1den the Doe Boston Doeton
ton millionaire automobHst and bal balloonist halloonist
loonist has been received In Salt ft Lake LakeDuring LakeDuring
During the trip the balloon rose to an analtitude analtitude
altitude of 6400 feet through two dig digtinct digtlnct
tinct cloud strata The msty vapor of ofthe ofthe
the clouds 50 affected Mr nIompeon nIompeonthat
that he slept soundly for nearly an hour hourwhile hourwhile
while floating through the clouds cloudsThe cloudsThe
The trip was made In the Bostqn Bostqnwhich Bostqnwhich
which was piloted by Mr Glidden The Theascension Theascension
ascension was made at Fltcbbu FltcbbuMa88 Fitchburg
Mass at 130 oclock In the afternoon afternootland
and the descent at iquffi atJ1 Lyndeboro LyndeboroN
N H tenttwo miles distant IIt
104 oclock that evening The balloon balloonwas
was above the clouds for an hour hourMr hourMr
Mr Glidden has recenti recently taken an anactive anactive
active Interest in ballooning and makes maktllfrequent makesfrequent
frequent a ascensions He has been prom promInent promInent
Inent In the encouraging of aerial Mvl Mvlgatlon nay naygatlon
gatlon and has offered prizes for feats featsof
of ballooning ballooningUTAH
co coUTAH
UTAH EDUCATOR TO SPEAK SPEAKAT
AT EASTERN EASTERNCONVENTION EASTERNCONVENTIONPresident CONVENTION CONVENTIONPreilident
President J T Kingsbury of the unl unlyerslty University
yerslty of utah will represent that in institution institutlon
stitution at the National Association of ofState ofState
State Universities which convenes at atBoston atBoston
Boston Oct 8 and 9 Jnnnedlately fol following following
lowing the Harvard Inauguration cere ceremonies ceremonieL
monies Accompanied b by hl his daughter daughterMl
Ml Miss s Edith he will leave Saturday for forNew forNew
New York where Miss Kingsbury will willresume willresume
resume her musical studies From New NewYork NewYork
York he will go to Boston in time for forthe forthe
the Inauguration ceremonies ceremoniesAt
At the convention of sUite universi universities universities
ties Pre President ldent Kingsbury will deliver deliveran
an address on Proper Organlatlon of ofScientific ofScientific
Scientific Work of State Universities
BRANSFORD FACTION MEETS MEETSThe
The Bran8fard Americans held a meet meetIng meetlag
lag last evening at the Bransford head heaquarters headquarters
quarters and dl8 discussed < usted mrormally their theirPlatUJ theirplans
plans for renominating Mr Bransford Bransfordfor
for mayor The room was crowded full fullof fullof
of Bransford people The program of ofthe ofthe
the evening was largely music fur furnished furfished
fished by the Louvre orchestra bor borrowed borrowed
rowed for the occasion occasionllr
llr BraDlford was as Introduced as the thepresent thepresent
present and the future mayor In a afew afew
few word he said id that In spite of the thefact thefact
fact that he had entered the race with witha
a great deal of hesitancy he was now nowIn nowIn
In It to win and would remain In the theft8ht thefight
fight until the last ba haliot iot Hw cam campaign campaign
paign he said would be conducted on onhis onhis
his own merits If he had any and not noton noron
on the demerits of any oter candidate candldatPIf
If there were any anyDaily anyDaily
Daily Saltalr Bathing Trains
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Kodak Finishing FinishingSalt
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The Bracelet BraceletIs
Is a conspicuous ornament ornamentand
and denotes the taste of the thewearer i iwearer
wearer wearerFashion wearerFashion
Fashion has stamped appro approval approval
val on bracelets this year yearand yearand
and we have used extreme extremecare
care in our selections selectionsReasonable selectionsReasonable
Reasonable and Reliable Reliable3ALT
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Men Who Wear WearBenjamin WearBenjamin
Benjamin Clothes Clothesnever
never worry about tl the e stylethe fitthe fitthepatternor fitthepatternor
patternor anything else They know knovth knowtIllLt
th tIllLt t if the Benjamin Label is on ontheir ontheirclothes their theirolothes
clothes thats a guarantee against anti oriticism antioiii
cism Were shoving the new Fall Styles Stylesnor
nor a aStilts
Suits 18 to 40 40Complete 40Oomplete
Complete line of Holeproof Sox and los Hosiery losiery
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New Store 215 South Maui JIaiuEast MauiEast
East Sidepxactly between 2il and 3d So SoFive Sor
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varnished or
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finished in any Summer un hail removed all moisture mowtureway moistureway
way theres an 2 Paint Penetrates Deeper Into IntoAcme IntoAcme
Acme Quality Dr Diy r Wood WoodLittle T ood oodLittle
Little danger of cold daMp rainy days
land to fIt the which endanger the durability ot paint paintpurpose paintpurpose
purpose 3 Vet Teather Deca Decays ys and De Destro Dcstroys
stro stroys rs Unprotected Surfaces SurfacesLack
Lack of paint mean unsl unsightly < < bUy and less lessaluable lessvaluable
valuable property
4 Fall Painting Keeps Out Win Winter Winter
ter Moisture MoistureThe
The greatest t t enemy tit Ute Hf sad beauty beautyof
of all structures stractIIrAsk structuresAsk
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It insures the greatest protection protectionand
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year of service Questions cheer cheerfully cheerfully
fully answered answeredCulmer answeredCulmer
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SALT LAKE CITY CRYGROVJTHAMAZING CITYGROWTH
GROWTH GROVJTHAMAZING GROVJTHAMAZINGRealty AMAZING AMAZINGRealty
Realty Men Estimate Popula Population Population
tion Has Increased 6000 6000in
in Nine Months MonthsReal
Real e estate tate men declare the popula population population
tion of Salt Lake has been increased Increuedb
b by almost 1008 people during the put putnine pastnine
nine months Their c estimates are based bIICullOn basedUlOfl
ullOn the unusually large number of ofresidence ofresidences
residence family hotel and apart apartment apartment
ment houses that have be ben < n erected bt btthe Inthe
the city during that period and the thecomparatlely thecomparatively
comparatively small number of vacan vacandes vacandes
des reported at the present time They Theyclaim Theyclaim
claim that the increase In population populationin
in that period bas been the largest t In Inthe inthe
the history of the city cityThe cityThe
The Utah Gas Coke company the theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway company and andthe andthe
the city water officials report a great greatIncreae greatIncrease
Increase In the amount of Installation Installationwork Installationwork
work done doneThe doneThe
The past nine months have been beenmarked beenmarked
marked by an unprecedented activity in inth liithe
th the building of apartment houses An Announcement Announcement
nouncement was made almost dally In Inthe inthe
the early part of the season of the erec erecUon erecthin
thin of new apartment houses So many manywere manywere
were planned in course of erection and andcompleted andcompleted
completed that rental a agents ents feared fearedthat fearedthat
that the clt city had been overbuilt but butthere butthere
there are proportionately fewer vacan vacancisc i icle
cle at this time of the year than Is Isusual isusual
usual usualThe usualThe
The sale or hou houses built by Invest Investment investmont
mont companlll during the summer summerhas summerhas
has also furnished pleasing evidence of ofthe ofthe
the growth of the city cityTheres cityS cityTheres S
Theres nothing like sham in tamed tamedWasatch tg tgWasatch
Wasatch ham hamIts hamIts
Its rich and Its an to the theTheres good goodTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fatround fg fground
round the lean leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way that It Itshould Itshould
should shouldSIIlDIEY3UC3t1LLAN
p p pSIHBLEY3ACMILLAN
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The only stationery and office ofrlclIsupply officesupply
supply store In Salt Lake oper operating operating
ating their own printing office
11 E 3rd So Both phones phonesWASATCH phoaeWASATCH
WASATCH BACON BACONA
A streak of fat a streak of lean leanWith leanWith
With lots of goodness In between betweenS
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S D Evans EvansIndertaker EvansUndertaker
Undertaker and embalmer removed 11 11new cnew
new location 4S South State street
FIRST WARD REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSTO
TO OUTLINE OUTLINECAMPAIGN OUTLINECAMPAIGNA CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNA
A meeting of the district chairmen f fthe fthe
the Republican organization of tho thoFirst thFirst
First ward and of orner RepublicaL RepublicaLworkers Republicaiworkers
workers in the ward will be held thi thiEvenlng thievening
evening at 710 oclock in Judge Geor GeorG GeorgG
G Armstrongs court room AJT2m AJT2mmenta Arranments
menta for holding the prmaries maries In t tward H Hward
ward for the Republican city and warj warjconvention wi r rconventions
convention will 11I be made and prellnl prellnlinary prelirimary
mary plans for the fall campaign Is Iscussed
cu cussed ed edOur
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Our New Store
214 llaill llaillOpposite i1aiiiOpposite
Opposite the Kenyon KenyonWill
Will Be Open OpenSaturday OpenSaturday
Saturday Sept 25th 25thwith 25thwith
with a full line of ofLadies j jLaUes
Ladies Shoes from
300 to 500 500as
as veIl as our regular regularline
line of offells ofMciis
fells ralltOvers Wr1JfOversHarding ralltOversHarding
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