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10 t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPT 26 1909
MORE BUILDING BUILDINGRECORDS BUILDIN6RECORDSBROKEN
RECORDS RECORDSBROKEN RECORDSBROKENSeptember BROKEN BROKENSeptember
September Permits Already AlreadyAmount AlreadyAmount
Amount to More Than Twice Twiceas
as Much as Last Year YearWith YearWith
With only four more working days daysIdt daysleft
left th this I month the building permits permitsare
are more than double those of the thewhole thewhole
whole month ot last year and Building
Inspector A B Hirth believes the theOOOOO thex00000
OOOOO mark will be reached this thismonth thismonth
month monthWith monthWith
With the closing ot books yesterday yesterdayat
at noon Mr Hirth showed a total for fortl1 forthe
tl1 the > month ot 775300 as against 317
015 for the whole of last September SeptemberIor
For last week the permits amounted amountedto
to 37700 the largest being for the theMis theMission
Mission Mis < i < m theatre on Third South street streethich streetwhich
which hich will cost approximately 150 150n
+ + n Thirtytwo permits were Issued IssuedIot issuedt
Iot t week weekaturdays weekSaturdays
Saturdays permit amounted to 11 11Of 11o
o Of + l In four permits They were as follows fol folWs
lows lowsIt Ws WsIt
It Lafever sixroom brick dwelling
74 Sixth East UOOO UOOOE 4000w
w E Brown liveroom brick dwelling dwell dwellIn
In ing 717 South Private court 2000 2000M 000 000M
M A Faldman tworoom brick brickstare
8 stare nrt 119131 East Second South SouthInoo SouthIo00
Inoo InooG
G H Ness sixroom brick dwelling
145 East Ramona avenue UOOO UOOOREAL 4000REAL
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSEstpr
Ester F Filer to Ruby C Godbe Godbepart Godbepart
part of lot 2 block 8 plat G 10500 10500A
A R Derge et al to Thomas W Wloan NSloan
loan lots 12 13 and H block block1s
11 plat J 1375
T W Sloan et ea al to Alex Harris Harrispa Harris Harrispart
pa part rt at lots 1 12 13 and 14 14Ilock 14dock
dock 11 plat J 917
Edwin Butterworth et al to toIliam toWilliam
William Iliam R William lot 32 321Jock 32dock
dock 2 alkera subdivision 5S0 5S08aYt
Salt Lake Security I Trust com company company
pany to Emil Mm et a al part partof
of f lot 2 block HS plat D 3500
Blanch B Smith et al to Dora DoraRippe DoraRippe
Rippe Craft part of lot 1
block 11 plat D 6500
harles Gillmore et al to John JohncarpinO Johnscarpino
carpinO part of section 21 21township 1 1town9hip
township 1 north range 1 west 3000
Sadie C Benton to Honora
Hu Hughes hes lots 1 and 8 block t
Peskeys Third addition i
Thomas V Nenl et al to toarah toSarah
Sarah < Seckel lot 8 part of
lot 7 Victoria place 5OOt
J G Jacobs et al to GH G H Back Backman Back Backman
man lots 20 O to 24 4 block 2 C
Deskeys subdivision 500
Orpha S Tyree to Lewis B Xc Mccrrnlck Xcornlck
ornlck part ot lot 5 block
5S plat B 26000 26000Ploneer 000 000Pioneer
Pioneer RoofingFurnished Roofing RoofingFurnished
Furnished laldand guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO COCHARGES COA COCHARGES
A
CHARGES NONSUPPORT NONSUPPORTIydla
Lydia A Brown charges her husband
H Herry rry A Brown with nonsupport nonsupportinl
inl rove the birth ot their child five fivemlnths Avenwnths
mlnths ago She filed sult to for divorce dhorcej
j n the district court yesterday She
+ ks custody of the child They were werearried wererried
+ arried In Salt Lake on March 29 29C t tr
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100 LOPEZ LARE LARETafts LARETafts
Tafts Filipino valet for six Yl US past Iris faithful body servant
BAD WHISKY MAKES MAN MANREVILE MANREVILE
REVILE PRESIDENT TAFT TAFTA
A drunken man giving the name of ofT ofw
w T H Hicks was arrested at the Salt Saltall Saltair
all depot yesterday morning after mak making making
ing derogatory statements regarding regardingthe
the Pre President ident The special train Mar bearing Maring
ing the presidential part had just left leftthe leftthe
the depot when hen Hicks turned to a man manwho manwho
who was liS cheering wildly for Taft and andcried andcried
cried To o hell with Taft Someone Someoneought Someoneought
ought to kill him before he leaves Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakePatrolmen LakePatrolmen
Patrolmen McCormick and Betz over overheard overheard
heard the remark and rushed Hicks off offto offto
to jail He was liS too drunk to explain his hisdisgraceful hisdisgraceful
disgraceful statementS and was locked lockedup
up
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On Tenth Ave AveHandsome AveHandsome
Handsome bungalows like the one pictured above have just justbeen justbeen
been completed and are now offered for sale by this company
Large verandas that overlook the entire valley are a special specialfeature specialfeature
feature These bungalows are modern in design and construc construction construction
tion and the North Bench location above the citys smoke smokeand smokeand
and dirt is ideal For your healths sakein selecting a home homeconsider homeconsider
consider a residence in this locality Prices 3000 and up upC upStreet
C Street and an Ninth ant Ave AveJust
Just completed Four houses of modern construction and de design design
sign Special features are the large verandas 30 ft by 9 ft ftsoreened ftscreened
screened back porches and screened upstairs sleeping porches porchesEight porchesEight
Eight rooms and three verandasthat is the right proportion proportionfor
for this climate Also cement r retaining walls hot water heat heatinterior heatinterior
interior mission finish gas and electric lights Prices 7500 7500and 7500and
and up upHamilton upHamilton
Hamilton Place Bungalows BungalowsHouses
Houses in this popular residence district are selling rapidly rapidlythree rapidlythree
three in one daythis day this week They provide what the people peoplewantattractive peoplewantattractive
wantattractive modern homes in a retired street and close closein closein
in All improvements have been made and the bungalows are aresuperior aresuperior
superior in construction and design Prices X3000 3000 and up upwhile upwhile
while they last lastfirst
967 First first Ave AveNew
a
New and attractivea home on one of the fine residence residencestreets residencestreets
streets of the city Pressed brick eight rooms reception hall hallmission hallmission
mission finish furnaceeverything arranged for your comfort comfortand comfortand
and convenience A home like this is the best possible invest investment investment
ment for your money when you consider how property values valuesart
art increasing in Salt Lake today Price X6000 X6000On 6000 6000On
On Residence Ave AveNearly AveNearly
Nearly completed and two already soldmoderate priced four fourroom fourroom
room cottagesdesigned for homes Residence avenueo avenueopens avenueopensfrom ens ensfrom
from Ninth East streetrunning northeast between Fifth th and andSixth andSixth
Sixth South streets A concrete bridge will span the Jordan Jordancanal Jordancanal
canal where it crosses the street and other improvements are arebeing arebeing
being rapidly made Prices 1500 to X2000 2000 according to loca location location
tion tionReasonable tionReasonable
Reasonable Terms TermsThese
These houses may be bought for cash or on our monthly pay payment payment
ment planwhich means a small initial payment and monthly monthlypaymentslike monthlypaymentslike
paymentslike rent Sold by us or by any firstclass real es estate estate
tate dealer in the city Asr A your agent or call useither phone phone142NOW phone142NOW
142NOW 142NOWSalt 142NOWu 142NOWSalt
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Salt Lake Security Trust rust C CI o oI
I 32 Up Main Street Phones 142
TRACES I
THHT THEITBY BY GIRl GIRlI GIRlPostoffice GIRLPostoffice
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Postoffice Inspector Solves a aStolen aStolen
Stolen Stamp Mystery After AfterTwo AfterTwo
Two Years Work WorlThen WorkWhen
Then a pretty young woman who is iseven iseven
even yet et confidential clerk and treas treasurer treasurer
urer for a Salt lt Lake agency manager managerdecided managerdecided
decided to steal postage stamps to pur
chase dress goods she did not take into intoaccount intoaccount
account the fact the United States post postotftce postofilce
otftce inspectors are interested in all allsuch allsuch
such thefts The fact too that she was wasso wasso
so Implicitly trusted by her emplo employer employergave er ergave
gave her confidence bu after two years yearsPostoffice ears earsPostotftce
Postotftce Inspector C D Lowe brought broughther
her crime home to her herBcause herBecause I
Because she promised r restitution and andbecause andbecause
because her employer said he could not notdo
do without her even it she had stolen stolenthe stolenthe I
the stamps the Inspector promised to i iuse Iuse
use his influence to prevent her name namebeing
1 1Apart I
being made public publicApart
Apart from the Identity of the thief thiefthe thiefthe
the Incident is of interest because it itshows I
shows the tenacity with which Uncle UncleSams UncleSams
Sams minions hunt an offenders against againsti
i the federal laws lawsI lawsThe
I The first hint of the theft came when whlna
I a big department store in Chicago noU noUi notifled
i fled postotftce Inspectors it had received receiveda
1 a remittance of more than 20 O worth of ofstamps ofstamps
stamps Whenever any unusual quantl quantity
ty of stamps Is received by the mail mailorder I Iorder
order house the they always tell the post postoffice
i office authorities so it can be ascer ascertained ascerI
I tanned whether the stamps werE stolen stolenI stolenPostoffice
Postotftce Inspector Lowe being as assigned assigned
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signed to the case found that the Salt SaltI
I Lake woman who had sent the stamps stampswas
was the sister of the cashier who it was waslater waslater
later learned had stolen the stamps stampsThe stampsThe
The girls employer was notified that thatshe thatshe
she was suspected but he ridiculed the theidea theidea
idea and added that he had not been beenlosing beenlosing
losing any stamps His obstinacy made madeit
it necessary for the Inspector to bring bringthe bringthe
the crime home to the young woman in insomeother insomeother
someother wa way It took two years but butit
it was accomplished notwithstanding notwithstandingth
th the fact the stolen stamps amounted to toonly toonly
only 70 The money spent in tracing tracingthe
the theft was man many times this sum but buta
a principle was involved involvedInspector involvedInspector
Inspector Lowe after he was con convinced convinced
vinced the girl was taking the stamps stampswent stampswent
went to State Chemist Herman Harms Harmsand Harmsand
and got him to prepare a fluid which whichwould whichwould
would leave a mark on the mucilage mucilageused
used on the Lincoln memorial stamps stampsbut
but upon no others He w was s able to do dothis dothis
this because the mucilage on these thesestamps thesestamps
stamps was not quite the same kind kindused kindused
used on others The next step was to tosee tosee
see that the agency where the cashier cashierwas cashierwas
was employed got nothing but Lincoln Lincolnmemolial Lincolnmemorial
memorial stamps This required the theassistance theassistance
assistance of the manager who by this thistime thistime
time had become tractable and was waswilling waswilling
willing to find out if he was being beingrobbed beingrobbed
robbed robbedThe robbedThe
The inspector then asked the Chicago Chicagomail
mail order houses to report all large largeconsignments largeconsignments
consignments of memorial stamps Re Recently i icenU
cenU cently when such n remittance was re
Inspector Lo Lowe e soon ascertained ascertainedthat
that the private mark he had placed on onthe onthe
the stAmps sold to the agency appeared appearedon
on the stamps sent to the mall order orderhOU8e orderrouse
hOU8e rouse 1hen when he explained this to tothe tothe
the agency manager the latter was un unable unable
able to believe the cashier had taken takenthe takenthe
the stamps stampsThe stampsThe
The inspector then visited the home homeof
of the young woman and her sister He Hestated Hestated
stated his case plainly and showed how howindubitable howindubitable
indubitable his proof was Presently Presentlythe
the cashier confessed and promised promisednever
never never to do it again Inasmuch Inasmuchas
as the government had lost nothing no nopro noprosecution
pro prosecution ecution was instituted The girls girlsemplo girlsemployer
emplo employer er even after he had heard the theftetails thefletaiis
ftetails of the confession said the agen agenc agency
c cy could not do without her 50 he ac accepted accepted
cepted her promise never to take any anymore anymore
more stamps stampsThe stampsThe
The first theft of stamps took place placetwo placetwo
two yen ago last August and Inspec Inspector
tor Lowe hu been working on the case caseever caseever
ever since sinceDRAFTS sinceDRAFTS
DRAFTS IN A MAIL BOX BOXLetter BOXLetter
Letter Collector Finds Property Sup Supposed Supposed
posed to Have Been Stolen StolenA
A mall collector found In a mall box
Saturday two drafts for 100 each Is Issued issued
sued at Grayvllle Ill and pa payable llble to
Harman Siegert a at St Louis The
drafts were turned over to Postmaster
Arthur L Thomas ThomasA
A bundle of letters and other papers papersapparently papersapparently
apparently the pro property pert ot a Dr S G
Eghlan was also found Pickpockets Picltpocketsare
are supposed to have been at work workDENIES worke workDENIES
e
DENIES BEATING HUSBAND HUSBANDLucy
Lucy A Gibbs admits that one time timeshe timeshe
she threw a rOCk at her husband when
his actions aggravated her but denies
bl his accusations that
she used fists or ora ora
a club on him That Is his reply to
his answer to her divorce complaint
He had said that she often beat him himand himand
and drove him from home April 31903 3 1903
but the wife claims he deserted her herI
She asks that his answer be dismissed dismissedand
land I and that her decree be Issued
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Is something worth its wlIIght in gold goldare goldWe
We are jut placing en market the Grand GrandHaven GrandHaven
Haven Subdivision that Is going to besold be besold
sold by owner at bait price for the next nextfourteen nextfourteen
fourteen days daysBuldlng daysBuilding
Building restrictions graded streets streetsc streetscement
c cement mpnt walks and alleys In rear of lots lotsYou lotsYou
You will have no agent to pay I will willsell willsell
sell you ou these lots from
15000 to 17500 17500IfsS 17500less
less than any real estate agent In this thisI
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RAILROAD MANS MANSUPWARD MAN5SUPtNARDCAREER
UPWARD UPtNARDCAREER UPtNARDCAREERJulius CAR fER fERlulius
Julius Kruttschnitt Once Coun County County
ty School Teacher Makes MakesSt MakesStaady
St Staady ady Rise RiseFrom RiseFrom
From a country school teacher to one oneof oneof
of the two or three most Important men menin menin
in the Harriman system is the gap Ju JuIIU8 Jullue
IIU8 Kruttsehnitt has spanned In his hisftft hisfiftyfive
ftft fiftyfive flve years of life but he had intel intellectual intellectual
lectual forbears one of whom was thefamous the thefamous
famous Judah P Benjamin United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senator from Louisiana after afterwards afterwards
wards a member of Jefferson Davis Daviscabinet Daviscabinet
cabinet and still later queens counsel In InLondon inLondon
London Being a British subject born bornin
in the Vest Indies he soon became one oneof oneof
of the best known figures at the Eng English English
lish bar barJuUu barJulius
Julius Kruttschnltt Is the only livIng livIngnephew livingnephew
nephew of Benjamin from whom he heInherits heinherits
Inherits his strain of Jewish blood bloodWhen
When Benjamin left Jamaica to reside residein
in New Orleans he at once became in interested interested
terested in politics During his cam campaign campaign
paign for federal senator Benjamin vis visIted visited
Ited one of the famous wool hat sections sec sections
tions of southern Louisiana where his hisopponent hisopponent
opponent in the course of debate re referred referred
ferred to Benjamin as a Jew JewWhen JewWhen
When his accuser had finished Ben Benjamin Benjamin
jamin said The honorable gentleman gentlemanhas
has denounced me as a Jew In truth truthard truthand
and fact I am one and I am proud of ofit ofit
it And when my ancestors were wor worshipping worshipping
shipping the true God and fighting un under under
der the white banners of the Macca Maccabees
Lees his forebears were feeding swine
Thesslots T Jots are between tween Sixth and Sev Seventh Seventh
enth Eat one blOck south of Liberty Libertpark Libertypark
park Wandanwre car passes lots lotsE lotsE
E H Harriman the railroad king and IUtdthe andthe
the greatest man this country has ever evereen everseen
seen said Salt Lake City would be the thelargest thelargest
largest inland city In the United States StatesHe StatesHe
He must have had faith In what hat he said saidfor saidfor
for the Harriman company Is spending
10000000 In this city cityYou cityYou
You must remember real estate is the thebasis thebasis
basis of all wealth You can have some someof someof
of this wealth from me next Monday and andI
I will guarantee you will 111 make from 50to 50 50to
to 75 per nt on your our Investm investment nt in one onetar oneyear
year tar
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EMERSON HEIGHTS
on the Scandinavian hills and hlstol hlstoltells history historytells
tells us were little better than the hogs hogsthey hogsthey
they fed fedBenjamin fedBenjamin
Benjamin received an ovation and andcarried andcarried
carried the district which he had re regarded regarded
garded as being almost hopelessly hopelesslyagainst hopelesslyagainst
against him himJUI himJulius
JUI Julius Is Krutts Kruttschnltt < hnltt WB graduated as asa asa
a mining engineer from Washington Washingtonand
and Lee university In 1873 From then thenon
on he taught school until 1878 when he heentered heentered
entered the service of the Louisiana LouisianaTexls LouisianaTexts
Texts railroad Since that time his hisrise hisrise
rise has been less rapid but much more moresteady moresteady
steady than some others until today he heoccupies heoccupies
occupies one of the biggest positions in inthe inthe
the railroad world worldINCORPORATIONS worldI
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I INCORPORATIONS INCORPORATIONSAn
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An amendment to the articles of incorporation In Incorporation
corporation of the Jex Lumber com compan company
pan of Spanish Fork was tiled with withthe withthe
the secretary of state yesterday In Increa51ng increasing
creasing the capital stock from 10000 10000to
to 25000 25000The 000 000The
The SuttonChase Drug company of ofProvo ofProvo
Provo which will take over the busi business business
ness conducted under that name at
214 Center street Provo filed articles articlesot
ot incorporation with the secretary ot otstate ofstate
state yesterdlJY The capital stock Is
6000 In dollar shares Officers are areC areC
C O Chase president R D Sutton Suttonvice Suttonvice
vice president Bert R Sutton lecre secretary lecretary
tary and treasurer These with Anna AnnaSutton AnnaSutton
Sutton and Dora Penrold are the di directors directors
rectors Chase and R D Sutton hold
2997 shares each with two shares each eachto
to the other officers officersNEW
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NEW YORK BANKERS PAY PAYVISIT PAYVISIT
VISIT TO SALT LAKE LAKEAbout LAKEAbout
About fifty bankers and bu1neas bu1neasmen
men from New York City were visitors visitorsIn
In Salt Lake Saturday on their way wayfrom wayfrom
from Yellowstone park to California Californiaafter Californiaafter
after havn paM a visit i it to pattle I
After n visit isit to Saltair they left for torLos forLos
Los Angeles j
So get on the Grand Haven baud baudwagon banelwagoa
wagon I can give everyone a front eat seatRemember eatRemember
Remember I give up my business for
fourteen days to san these lots and they theym theymust
m must t go goCome i
Come to see me I will 111 be glad to show showyou showyou
you the lots and give you ou good term termYOUR termsYOUR
YOUR TERMS ARE MINE MINETAKE MINETAKE
TAKE WANDAMERE V ANDA IERE CAR SEVEN SEVENIINtES SEVENMINtTES
IINtES RIDE FROM THE THEKNVTSFORD THEKNCTSFORD
KNVTSFORD HOTEL HOTELto
to the most beautiful spot in Salt Lake
Cft City Tell the conductor to let you ou off at
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CHAPTER XXIV THIRD VBRaII VBRaIITHBN VERLTHEN
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J M CAHOON CAHOONARCHITECT CAHOONARCHITECT
ARCHITECT
BEATTY SAYS DAVIS DAVISDAIRIES DAVISDAIRIES
DAIRIES ARE O K Kr NOW NOWSecr9tary NOWSecretary
Secretary Beatty ot the state board boardof
of health discussing the Davis count counttmilk countmilk
milk situation yesterday said that tQi tQidaIries t e edairies >
daIries had been made as sanitary as aspossible aspossible
possible All refuse pla places es within a
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Bro aveaae aye tle ODe block south of Lib Librt Liberty
erty rt perk perkYou parkYou
You will hid JII7 office In a tent but dn dnnot donot
not look down OIl the tent for the lot iots 1 1will 1will
will sell you will be just as POd as if I
lived In a mansion worth worthOfflce worthoffice
office hours 9 930 a a m to i p m r rhope Ihope
hope you will call to see me All wis wispeople iSH iSHpeople
people and good buyers want to see what whatthey hat hatthey
they are buying I want you to s shat a awhat
what hat I am selling sellingPHIIIP sellingPHILIP
PHIIIP FINEGAN FINEGANOwner FINEGANOwner
Owner ot Grand Haven Subdivision
On the Brow of ofEast
East Bench BenchLots
Lots thentseires th ehes on a ferUle Mil with a gentle tIe dope of 1 IMt to 1 1Unetcelled 111 111Unexcelled
Unexcelled view of mount mountain ln and lake and andDue valley valleyD
D Due e south of university and betWMII 11th and 11th loath streets atreetLFree streetsFree
Free from smoke smokePure j jPure
Pure canyon breeze every night nlphtBuilding nightBuilding
Building restrictions not too severe Nt just ehoupk to insure a dr drable desirable
able class of restdencell restdencellOur
Our prices Including Cit cement t walks paid for IUNl pity t7 water mains laid laido
225 to o 300 per Lot LotWe
We prefer to sell for cash but sell on Jlton monthly ll payrrsrta PQ lUW of
500 500or J Jor
or more per lot with LOW INTE INTEREST on the unpaid nnpaidbalance unpaidbalance
balance balancePRJTISENT
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PRJTISENT LOW PRICES ONLY UNTIL OCT 1 1909 1909Now 1909Now
Now is the time to select your our Iota IotaOver lotsLs
Over 83 Lots Ls Sold 200 to Choose OOSe From Fromincluding Fromincluding
including corners and every frontage desired desiredA
A small deposit will hold lots of your choice choicee
10 uble e to show ow property propertyat CaD CaDat
at our office m mTEMPLETON in inTEMPLETON
TEMPLETON BUILDING BUILDINGt BUILDINGn
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Rooms 512513
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radius of one mile have been thoroughly thoroughlydisinfected e edisinfected
disinfected Dr otty > a lac1IDed to tomake to tomake
make light of the drutle accusations accusationsmbtde tlonJ tlonJrn
mbtde rn Cte apIn8t tIIeDaTis county dairy dairymen dairymEn
men menIf mEnIf
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