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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, October 07, 1909, Image 10

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Thousands Visit Fair Grounds Groundsand Groundsand GroundsI
I and Enjoy the Many Ex Exhibits Exhibits Exhibits ¬
hibits There ThereUTAH ThereUTAH ThereUTAH
The sweepstakes anreep takea record of attendance at atthe atthfo atth
the th Utah state fair during ita It history WM WMtakon wutaken wa wataktn
taken yesterday by Salt Iake day d at the thetit thefdr thefi
tit fi r Nearly 8a 008 people the largest largestcrowd la IardtrIwd eat eatrtlwd
crowd ever at the state fair during lurln any anytr anycrh
tr 11 day passed through U the B gates p ea yester yesterday yesterday yeterjay ¬
day jay
dayUUe The people of Salt Lake took a partlcu partlcuIM
IM b r pride in being at the fair yesterday yesterdayand
and m the result was a quiet day dow dowtitown dO dowtown 1 1town
town but a tremendously lively Ihel day at atIt attj atfair
It fair Everything was propitious for fora
a giva gri < f day The weather conditions were wereT
T fee i i ind the street cars carried to the thelir thei
lir i 1 t g nds all 1I day a steady stream of ofhun ofhumal ofhumal
hun humal ai r > that helped to make of the fair fairjester fallster faircsterL
jester csterL ster the success that It was wasMost waliIosf wasMost
Most f the city county and state of offi ofL off
fi f < ts g s tre 1e re closed yesterday Many of the theug theig
1 ug 1 gj i sineas houses took a holiday and andt
t t N r iiloyes plo es went to the fair Half of oftu oft oftu
tu t trployes tr ployes of the retail establishments establishmentsoi
oi t tin city were given glvt n an afternoon off offto offt offtJ
t tJ < > g0 to the fair and the half that worked workedwill workeclLnlay workedytrIay
ytrIay Lnlay will go tomorrow The resuTT resu resuWlS resulVi4
WlS v is that there were more Salt Lake peo peor peoN peer1
r N > l at a the fair than ever before beforeKveiy beforeEvel beforeIuu
Iuu Kveiy Evel building drew the visitors The TheS
S H t Lake people were particularly im imTTfsed ImJY imTTsed
TTfsed JY sed with the exhibits in the hortlcul hortlcultu hortlcultU11 horticultuzt1
tu tU11 il building The varied products of ofT ofttaIJs ofTiahg
T ttaIJs talis fertile soil as a exhibited > were a ar ar ar
r > latlon to many In spite of what they theyi tbe tbell theyid
i id ul ll previously heard they the did not expect expectt expectI
t see e such a wonderful display of every everyv evenrity everyrty
I v iri rity ty of fruits vegetables and grains grainsSrnwn grainsITwn grainsgrwn
Srnwn throughout the state from Cache Cachelv Cachehv
1 lv to Dixie DixieFrom DixieFrom Dixie1roin
From the Cache valley district there therewere therewre therewere
were hardy apples peaches and pears of ofa ofa ofa
a quality unexcelled by any other district districtin
X in the world From Dixie there were werein wereHiits werer
in Hiits r its of every description pomegranates pomegranatesEI
EI 1PfS i pea apricots and plums From Dixie Dixieton Dixiet
ton t there were the rarest of wines of the thefiiiost thefwst theflCSt
fiiiost flCSt vintage
Mining Exhibit ExhibitThe
The largest crowd was Jammed in the them themJllng theThuing
m mJllng uing building from morning until night nightI nightrhre nightThre
Thre I here the judging of the fine mining ex exlibits exldbits exliIjits
libits was going on and the visitors visitorsv visitorstLchij Isitorslched
v ached this with great interest The Thet Thefficult Thetficult
t tlicult task of selecting from among all alltf allf
tf < f the creditable exhibits the best one onevjs oneas oneas
vjs as left to It C Gemmell Ernest Bam Bamli Bamhrfer
li hrfer i r er and Colonel C E Loose These Thesevvt TheseIIknown
vvt t 11known mining men inspected in de detal detail deti
tail ti ach of the specimens submitted by byti byti
P1 ti t various mines of the state In their theirtour theirtIr theirtnir
tour of the exhibits in the building they theyu the theaccompanied
i u e < accompanied by a score of prominent prominentr prominentIning
r Ining 1 rung men menobjects menOjects menOtjcta
objects of particular interest in the min minj mm mmF
j building were rer the practical assay as ay of off offi
F f fi K In operation under the direction of ofthe ofthe ofThe
the metallurgical students or the school schoolc
c N mines of the University of Utah and andt andDykes
t if Dykes universal concentrator which whichi
i F in constant operation operation11E
1 11E he grand prise for the beat exhibit in intn Intll IntTi
tn manufacturers building was yester yesterci
ci it tv awarded to the Superior Baking com comI cornItI1y
I ItI1y iiiv The artistic and tasty display of oft oft
t t is company occupied the south side of oft
J t building and showed to excellent ad aditage adatu6e aditage
> itage the daintiest products of the bak bake
C1 e art The award was made by C N Nbiro Nblrwll Nhrvel
biro blrwll veil Henry M t Dinwoodey and Wal Walt 111 111t
t > r Naylor members of the committee ap apT aputld
T 1 mted to t Judge the manufacturers ex exIts exj exThe
I j HS HSThe Itsfhe
The judging of th the < horses the cattle cattlet
t th n poultry the mining and the manufac manufact
t tII 1 II 1 OS s was completed yesterday and the thei theatds thevarda
i > ards given are announced this morn mornI
1 The Judging of the other livestock livestocktv Ihest livestoekeducational k kt
tv t educational and all other exhibits Will Williltinue flllc
c ninue today todayBench todayBench todayBench
Bench Show Open Openfeature Open3A
1 A feature of yesterday was tile opening openingo
o the t bench show in the new club house houseof
of the Kennel club On exhibition were werehundreds wtrJ1idUM werelntreds
hundreds of dogs from the largest lar est St Stlo
1 lo nard to the tiniest toy poodle The TheF TheFlw
r F Flw i i attracted a large crowd crowd1ixlay crowdTotllilY crowd4Ilay
1ixlay is Miners day at the fair and the thef
f uure will ill be a drilling drilIinscontest contest in front frontc
c the he > mining building at 530 5 oclock oclockthis oclockthisHrnoon this thisiitrri6on thisiitrri6on
iitrri6on At t 1230 oclock this afternoon afternoontt
d tt t L fancy horse show will II be held The Thefai ThEf Thesaddlers
fai f < ity < > saddlers and urivtis I ri r will be judged judgedjiuj judgedLnlll judgedfli
jiuj given Iven prizes The hi big livestock page pageui pageaLt
ui aLt t a parade of the priie winning cattle cattlehorses cattlelilt
< lilt ii horses will be held In front of the thegland theSlolnd thegand
gland stand at 2 oclock this afternoon afternoonMe
Th Me > race for the officers of Fort Doug Dougi
i 1 It s will be held this afternoon at 3 oclock oclockr
< r the fair grounds track Five of the thei theieers theiers
i irers from the fort will m ride five evenly evenlyit eenl eenlrtchtd evenlyTttched
it rtchtd ached thoroughbreds in a mile race raceT racef raceT
T officers will draw for their mounts at atT atloon at3I
T loon > < in > today This race promises promt e to be one oneII
01 c II the most exciting of the fast races at attr attho atth
tr tho fair fairI fairowlng
I > lowing i ara ar the awards made by b the
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The DoranWeed Company Es Establish Establish Establish ¬
tablish an Elegant Gentle Gentlemens Gentlemens Gentlemens ¬
mens Buffet BuffetThe
The DoranWeed company com pan owners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Kenyon Buffet in the Kenyon Ken on hotel hotelannounce hotelannounce hotelannounce
announce announce the opening of their magnifi magnificently magnificently magnificently ¬
cently furnished Annex at 270 South SouthMain SouthIaln SouthMain
Main street for Thursday Thur day afternoon at atIi
5 oclock the event continuing during duringthe
the evening eveningIn
In opening this splendid resort for forgentlemen forgentlemen forgentlemen
gentlemen the DoranWeed ed company companyhas
has carried out the something differ different different different ¬
ent idea throughout The furniture be being being beIng ¬
ing of the Circassian walnut the wood woodhaving woodhalng woodhaving
having been aged for 125 12 years oors before beforebeing beforebeing beforebeing
being made into furnishings the walls wallsare wallsare wallsare
are covered in part by French plate platemirrors platemirrors platemirrors
mirrors with decorative art paintings paintingsover
over them and on the ceilings veiled veiledlighting venedlighting veiledlighting
lighting effects throw a pleasant glow glowover glowover glowover
over the place andthroughout and throughout the vis visitor visItor vieitor ¬
itor notes quiet elegance and tone toneEspecial toneEspecial toneEspecial
Especial attention has been paid to tothe tothe tothe
the quality of the whiskies wlnetiliquors winesliquors wines winesliquors
liquors beers and other goods to be beserved beserved beserved
served here the company having se secured secured socured ¬
cured several barrels of rare old Ken Kentucky KentUck Kentucky ¬
tucky tUck whisky of the vintage of 1891 1891mellow 1891mellow 1891mellow
mellow and rich in flavor for its cus customers customers cuetomers ¬
tomers This whisky is served from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the original bonded packages and is isa Isa Isa
a feature of the Annex AnnexCourteous AnnexCourteous AnnexCourteous
Courteous service makes it a pleasure pleasureto
to visit the Kenyon buffet and the theAnnex theAnnex theAnnex
Annex will be conducted along the same sameprogressive sameprogressie sameprogressive
progressive and intelligent business businesslines businessHnes businesslines
lines and if other places of this kind kindwere kindwere kindwere
were handled with the same gentleman gentlemanly ¬
ly policies there would be no need for forprohibition forprohibition forprohibition
prohibition for the liquor business businesswould buslne85would businesswould
would take tal < e care of itself itselfProfessional ItselfProfessional itselfProfessional
Professional men business men mine mineowners mineowners mineowners
owners and officials theatrical men menpublic menpUblic menpublic
public officials tourists and visitors to tothe tothe tothe
the city will find the Annex a place of ofmost ofm09t ofmost
most pleasing atmosphere where ev everything everything cverything ¬
erything that is good to drink Is served servedover servedover servedover
over the bar at the pleasure of the thepatrons thepatrons thepatrons
patrons of the establishment establishmentThe
The officers of the DoranWeed com company company cornpany ¬
pany are Mr B F Doran president presidentand
and treasurer who has been engaged In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the liquor business for twentyfive twentyfiveyears t entyfiveyoors
years having always conducted high highclass hlghclass highclass
class establishments such as appealed to tothe tothe tothe
the gentlemanly patrons who frequent frequented ¬
ed his houses and had business relations relationswith relationswith relationswith
with the management and Mr T H HWeed H1Veed HWeed
Weed vice president and secretary who whohas whohas whohas
has had years of practical experience in inthe inthe inthe
the business and is familiar with its itsdetails Itsdetnlls Itsdetails
details Together they form a combina combination combination combination ¬
tion of progressive business men who whohave whohave whohare
have faith in the future of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City as is demonstrated In the exten extensive extensive extensiso ¬
sive capital they have Invested in their theirplaces theirplaces theirplaces
places of business in this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The Kenyon buffet and thrf th Annex Annexare
are two of the handsomest appointed appointedplaces appointedplaces appointedplaces
places in the west and will continue continueto
to enjoy the good will prestige and andpatronage andpatronage andpatronage
patronage of the best bestclnss class of people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
who enjoy the best quality of whisky whiskyproperly whlsl whiskyproperly < y yproperly
properly served servedLadles senedLadles servedLadies
Ladles with escorts will be shown the theplace theplace theplace
place during the hours of 2 and 5 p m manj man many
any an afternoon
54 West Second South phones 759 are arethe arethe arethe
the Old Reliable stationers You can canhave cllnhave canhave
have all your commercial stationery stationerywants stationerywants stationerywants
wants supplied by this house houseWASATCH houseWASATCH
A streak of fat a streak of lean leanWith leanVlth leanWith
With lots of goodness In between betweenThe
0 0The
The merit of the Wasatch Brands BrandsDid BrandsDid BrandsDid
Did bring them into fame fameThe fameThe fameThe
The good go > d housewife this brand de demands demands demands ¬
mands mandsThere mandsThere mandsThere
There are none just the same sameRoyal sameo sameRoyal sameRoyal
Royal Stale StaleBread Bread Depot DepotOpen DepotOpen DepotOpen
Open 3 to 5 pm p m daily Entrance on onThird onTblrd onThird
Third South Good bread br d very cheap cheapHighest cheapHighellt cheapHighest
Highest price paid tor strictly fresh fresheggs freshfggS fresheggs
McCoys 11 very carriage and light lightlivery Ug 1igtlivery t tlIery
livery Both phones 1 > hone 81 81Kodak 81sa
sa saKodak 41 41Ko
Kodak Ko ak Finishing FinishingSalt
Salt Lake P7to p 1to Supoiy Spp iy Co 0 142 Main MainEXCELLENT MainEXCELLENT IalnEXCELLENT
Ioxum CAr > Fourth < < V nth wt > find Ptitr PtitrPut ftttcLMA2K tt ttJ
Put a Thermos bottle In your kit kitand kitand kitand
and you need have no fear of chill chilling chillIng chilllag ¬
ing winds nor frosty weather wootherKeep weatherKeep weatherKeep
Keep your our coffee hot for twenty twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour
four hours hoursWe hoursWe hoursWe
We have them in all combinations combinationsand
and all kinds of cases c casesSALT scs scsI
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A visit to the theNew theNew
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Style Show Showwill
will post you TOU on whats correct in inlnensranr inlnensranrthis mens wear wearthis woftrthis
this fall
Benjamin Clothes Clothesshow
show the authentic for the
styles season seasonSuits seasonSuits Jl JlSuits
Suits and Coats 18 and more moreHatsxand moreHats moreHatsand
Hatsxand Hats and furnishings are included in the thestyle thestyle thestyle
style show and show all the new ideas
245 South Main Mainside
Ent side between Second and Third South SouthA Sontbr SontbPaints Snuilrbncaasnn
rbncaasnn rbncaasnn1grg r
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for Home Use Usecome
come in in every shade and col color colA color ¬
or for every conceivable pur purpose pur108e ¬
A Paint Pl nt f for or orEvery
pose in inCome In Iny InPurpose
Every EveryPurpose EveryPurpose y
Acme Quality QualityPaints QualityPaints
Paints PaintsCaIne
Come into our new store and andlet andlet andlet
let us show you color cards cardsWell cardsWell cardsWell
Well answer any questions questionsgladly questionsgladly questionsgladly
gladly gladlyCulmer gladlyCulmer gladlyCulmer
Culmer Paint Glass Co
37 East First South SouthD
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214 Main St St9 Opposite the Kenyon KenyonTo
To the room formerly occupied by byttie bythe bythe
the Romney Shoe Store Storefe storeWe StoreWe
We fe are now selling sellingIn sellingLadies sellinqladies
I Ladies Shoes ShoesIn
In these makes WALKOVERS with the snap wear and de desirability desirability desirability ¬
sirability of our mens line COUSINS for those who want wantthe wantthe wanttile
the easiest and finest ladies slices made GROVERS the shoes shoesof
of solid comfort for tired feet also childrens s shoes including includingPLAMATES includingPLAlIATES includingPLAMATES
lOur Om Men9s dll9s Shoes ShoesAre
Are in greater variety and if possible of greater values than thanever thanj thanever
j ever the Fall styles st les are all in including everything ever thing from full fulldress fulldress fulldross
dress to heavy waterproof storm shoes shoesAnd shoesVwE shoesWEWANT
And are willing to pay for it with the best of store service as asgood ISi asgood
good shoe value as it is possible for or anyone to give and proper properfitting properfitting properfitting
fitting which is really the most important of all alli allTry allTry
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Try us for your our next pair pairI pairWalkOver
I WalkOver Shoe Store
I HABDINQ SHOE CO COSucessors COSucessors COSucessors
Sucessors to Bomney Dependable Shoes ShoesI
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The freeforall which was the fea feature feature feature ¬
ture event of yesterdays racing as far faras fatas faras
as the harness brigade is concerned concernedfurnished concernetlfurnished concernedfurnished
furnished plenty of excitement The Thereal Thtreal Thereal >
real sensation of the race came with tin tinfifth tiltfifth thefifth
fifth and final heat Queen Pomona ar3 ar3Hubbut a aHubbut aHubbut
Hubbut had each won two heats but butasthe butas butasthe
asthe as the former had been disqualified for forrunning forrunning forrunning
running in the fourth heat and Hubbut Hubbuthad Hubbuthad Hubbuthad
had finished second S > ond to her in the sec second second seeend ¬
ond heat he t the latter had first money mone se secured scured socured ¬
cured before the three which were left leftto leftto leftto
to go In the fifth heat heatHubblt Hubbit Francis FrancisJ
J and Eddie Woods Woodscame came out for the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final Hubbut had only to get inside insllethe insMethe insidethe
the flag to land the big end of the purse purseand purseand purseand
and to the judges and others who were werewatching werewatching werewatching
watching the race closely it looked very verymuch verymuch verymitch
much as if the driver of that horse de deliberately deliberately deliberately ¬
liberately went wide on the turn out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the back stretch to let Francis J Jthrough Jthrough Ithrou
through throu h on on the rail and enable him to towin towin towin
win the heat and second money Hub Hubbuts Hubbuts Hubbuts
buts driver admitted that he did go gowide hOwide gowide
wide but protested that It was to avoid avoidthe Ilvoldthe avoidthe
the mud next to the rail After an In Inspection Inspection Inspeetlon ¬
spection of the going on that turn the thejudges thejudges thejudges
judges were satisfied that Hubbut was wasDriven wasrhen wasrlven
Driven to lose the heat and the fact factthat factthat factthat
that there was a strong play on the thefield theI thefield
field to beat him did not make matters matterslook matterslook matterslook
I look any an better For the little highway highwaystunt highwaystunt highwaystunt
stunt Driver Ramsay was supended for forone forone forone
one year In accordance with American AmericanTrotting AmerlC8nTrottjn AmericanTrotting
Trotting association rules and also alsofined al alfined alsofined
fined 35 5
ALL PRIMARY workers are asked to toattend toattend toattend
attend the meeting of the Primary PrimaryLearue PrimaryLea PrimarLeague
League Lea ue in the First Methodist church churchThursday churchThurtdav churcThursday
Thursday at 830 oclock Uniform and andgraded andgraded andgraded
graded lessons will be taught taughtTHE taughtTHE taughtTHE
T 17 has been postponed from Oct 8 to toOct toI toOct
Oct 15 15THE liTHE 15THE
THE FIRST REGULAR MEETING this thisyear thisear thisyear
year ear of the Social Science club will be beheld beheld beheld
held tonight in Unity hall 138 South SouthSecond SouthSecond SouthSecond
Second East at 8 oclock William WilliamThurston WilliamThurston III lam lamThurston
Thurston Brown the president will de describe deICrlbe describe ¬
scribe his recent trip to Colorado and andIllinois andIllinois andIllinois
Illinois Election of officers will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place placeMRS place1IIRS placeMRS
MRS JOSEPH E BURBIDGE enter entertained entertnined entertamed ¬
tamed at a farewell party p rty Monday last lastin lalltIn lastIn
in honor of her brother Charles J JParry JParry JParry
Parry who left Wednesday erlnesdn on a mis mission mission misslon ¬
sion in Great Britain A number of ofmusical ofmumeal ofmusical
musical selections sel ctions were rendered and andrefreshments andrefreshments andrefreshments
refreshments were w re served servedTHE senedTHE servedTHE
THE WARRANT W for 10000 for the pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase of the Orphans HTome and Day Da DaNursery
Nursery was signed yesterday ester ay by the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county commissioners and the State Statestreet Statestreet Statestreet
street home was thus officially com completed completfd cornpleted ¬
pleted pletedC
C L OLSON an attorney received judg judgment judgment judgmont ¬
ment of 1809 009 with interest and costs costsagainst cosUJagainst costsagainst
against Walter aUEr J Poulton jr and Wal Walter Water 111 111tel ¬
ter J Poulton yesterday in the district districtcourt dlstrictcourt districtcourt
court on a promissory note noteALL noteALL noteALL
ALL THE FREIGHT TRAFFIC offices officesof of flees fleesof
of the various railroads in Salt Lake Lakewere Lakewere Lakewere
were closed Wednesday afternoon to topermit topermit topermit
permit employee emplo es to attend the state fair fairA fallPETITION fairA
A PETITION was filed in the United
States district court Wednesday by Clar Clarence CIttreoce Ciaronce ¬
once O McCall an engineer asking that
he b be adjudged a bankrupt His debts debtsare debtsare debtsare
are J6756G and his assets 5Othe 50 the assets
being exempt Charles Baldwin referee refereeIn
In bankruptcy will decide the petition petitionL
L J KEYES city cli ticket agent for the
Oregon Ore on Short Line Is spending a few
days at his ranch King Hill Idaho IdahoFAIR IdahoFAIR IdahoFAIR
FAIR WEATHER today Is the forecast forecastof
of the local bureau Cooler nights will
be noticed from now on and heavy
frosts will occur soon soonVIOLET BOOnYIOLET soonVIOLET
years old died of typhoid fever yester ¬
day at her home 436 Post street She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was the daughter dau hter of John A Gustave Gustaveson
son Elden F P Petersen > tersen aged S son of
Waldemar II Pterson n 430 4 E street
died yesterday of typhoid
BUT WOMfN BUY BUYNecessary BUYNecessary
Necessary Household Imple Implement Implement Implement ¬
ment Advanced in Price by byWholesalers byWholesalers byWholesalers
Wholesalers WholesalersSalt
Salt Lake housewives are at the pres present present prosent ¬
ent time keeping their homes dustless dustlessand
and dirtless with brooms that cost a adime adime adime
dime more than they have for two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years or more because the wholesale wholesaleOOMS wholesa1tprice wholesaleAND
ile H H1v
j I
1v 1vS
4 4I 4I
j jFrEcT4OOMs I a
FrEcT4OOMs OOMS Sweet SweetCLtAK 3v 3vC1EAt
CLtAK Birr COME ca HI51 HI51price Rt Rtprice
price of brooms has been marked uj
75 cents a dozen The housewife about aboutto
to undertake fall housecleaning has hasnoted hasnoted hasnoted
noted the increased price with remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able stoicism stoicismThree stoicismThree stoicismThree
Three kinds of brooms are handled in inthe Inthe Inthe
the local retail market which before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the advance were selling for 25 2L 35 and
55 cents each Now they are selling at
35 45 and 65 cents with no guarantee guaranteethat gUarnn ee eethat
that the quality is proportionately im improved Improved improved ¬
proved provedThe provedThe provedThe
The retailers must of course fall n nline nUne nline
line with the wholesalers who are ready readywith read readwith readywith
with explanations to justify the new newprice newprice newprice
price priceThe priceThe priceThe
The reason given is that this years yearscrop yearscrop rearscrop
crop of broom corn is only about half halfa
a normal crop cropThe cropThe cropThe
The market for brooms became ex extremely extremely extreniely ¬
tremely dull during the recent period ofdepression of ofdepression ofdepression
depression said a wnolesale grocer groceryesterday grocere8terday groceryesterday
yesterday New brooms were In the theluxury theluxury theluxury
luxury class and old ones were used useduntil useduntil useduntIl
until they the were little more than thanstumps thanstumps thanstumps
stumps Now people peop have more money moneyto
to spend and the result is that they buy buymore buymore buymore
more brooms broomsThe broomsThe broomsThe
The demand for brooms has in increased Inereased increased ¬
creased wonderfully in the last ninety ninetydays nlnet nlneta ninetydays
days a s and now that people want them thembadly thembadly thembadly
badly manufacturers no doubt see a achance ahance achance
chance of getting better prices hence hencethe hencethe hencethe
the sudden discovery that the broom broomcorn broomcorn broomcorn
corn crop is almost a failure
Among the food products which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been turned over to Herman Harms Harmschemist Harmschemist Harmschemist
chemist for analysis this week is a sam sample sample sampIe ¬
ple of maple sugar procured by b the state statedairy statedairy statedairy
dairy and food commlslsoner commlsls ner at a local localbusiness localbu localbusiness
business bu lness house Whether it is the quality qualityclaimed qualityclaimed qualityclaimed
claimed for it the chemist says Is hard hardto
to ascertain for the reason that the thechemical thechemical thechemical
chemical constituents of all sugars are arealike areallkf arealike
alike twelve parts of carbon 2J of hy hydros h hc1ro hylrogn ¬
dros c1ro lrogn = n and 11 of oxygen
Salt Lake Land Office Notified NotifiedThat NotifiedThat NotifiedThat
That Decision Has Been BeenSustained BeenSustained BeenSustained
Sustained SustainedS
S V Proudflt assistant land commis commissioner commissioner commissioner ¬
sioner at Washington yesterday noti notified notified notifled ¬
fied the Salt Lake office that the deci decision decision doesion ¬
sion in favor of the contestants in the thecase theCftS thecase
case < against Owen L Davies involving involvingcoal
coal entry No lOB had been sustainedand sustained sustainedand
and Davies entry Is held for cancella cancellation cancollatlon cancellation ¬
tion tionA
A decision decl lon given Feb 26 1906 1906was 1906was 1906was
was based on the allegation that thatthe thlttthe thatthe
the entry by Davies was as not for his hisown hisuwn hisown
own use but for the benefit of the Utah UtahFuel UtahFuel UtahFuel
Fuel company successor to the Pleas Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant ¬
ant Valley Coal company companyDavies companDavIes companyDavies
Davies Aug 19 1L 1801 tiled a coal dec declaratory dectaratory deelaratory ¬
laratory statement for portions of sec sections sections sactions ¬
tions 3 9 and 10 township 24 south southrange southrange southrange
range 4 west Salt Lake meridian Jan
3 1902 George T Stevens filed a state statement
ment on a portion of these lands and andsubsequently andsubsequently andsubsequently
subsequently offered to purchase purch e No Notice Notice Notice ¬
tice was issued to Davies which result resulted ¬
ed d in a hearing and on March 18 1903 1903Stevens 1903Stevens 1903Stevens
Stevens relinquished his filing The fol following following following ¬
lowing day Davies made an entry cntr for forthe forthe forthe
the lands described describedIn
In February 1904 l 04 Stevens filed his hisprotest hisprotest hisprotest
protest and the case was heard in inJanuary inJanuao inJanuary
January 19W the decision acing given givenas
as noted Davies appealed but the de decision decision docisiori ¬
cision is now sustained
A party of Denver Rio Grande offi officials officials offdaIs ¬
cials arrived at 830 last night and with within ¬
in a few minutes were on their way to toOgden toOgden toOgden
Ogden They are on a general tour of ofinspection ofInspection ofinspection
inspection inspectionAt
At 7 oclock this morning the party will willreturn willreturn willreturn
return to Salt Lake remaining here about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree
three hours Included in the party are areCharles areCharles areCharles
Charles H Schlacks first vice president presidentV
W V S Martin general superintendent superintendentColorado superintendentColorado superintendentColorado
Colorado lines S K Hooper general pas passenger passenger paszenger ¬
senger agent F J Vaile general coun counsel counsel counaol ¬
sel Horace W V Clarke the new general generalmanager generalmanager generalmanager
manager and J C Daltey Daile general su superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
perintendent Utah lines
A number of the party of prominent prominentmembers prominentmembers prominentmembers
members of the American Institute of ofMining oflIUnlng ofMining
Mining Engineers scheduled to arrive in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake at 7 oclock this morning for fora
a three days visit in Utah arrived last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night nightThe nightrhe nightThe
The program for today includes a trip tripto tripto tripto
to the big copper properties at Bingham BinghamIn
in a special train and to the smelters smeltersat
at Murray Iurra and Bingham Returning from fromBingham fromBingham fromBlngham
Bingham the party will be entertained at ata ata ata
a concert in the Tabernacle beginning at
790 oclock
+ The Republican chairmen of the thef thevoting thevoting +
+ f voting districts of the Fourth mu munlclpal + ff
4 f nlcipal ward have been ordered to tomeet + f
4 4 meet at the Republican city head headquarters +
1 f quarters at 208 OS South West Temple Templestreet f
4 street on Saturday evening The Themeeting Themeeting f ff
+ f meeting is called by II P Myton My Mytonchairman ton tonchairman f
4 chairman of the precinct for the pur purpose +
4 4 pose of selecting a candidate for the thelong thelong 4 +
+ long term in the city council and to totransact 4 f ftransact
+ transact such other business as may ma macome +
4 + come before the meeting The call callIs 4 4 4is
4 is for the chairmen of Districts 40 40n 40il 4 4f
+ 11 42 4 43 44 45 46 and 47 +
+ 4 + M + + M 4 M fr H + + + + + t + t 4 M M + + + t + 1 t H +
Two hundred and fifty recruits which whichconstitute whichconstitute whichconstitute
constitute the greater part of the cadet cadetbattalion cadetbattalion cadetbattalion
battalion of tha th Salt Lake High school schoolwere schoolwere schoolwere
were given their first instruction in pre preparation preparation preparation ¬
paration for company drill yesterday esterda aft afternoon afternoon af t ternoon ¬
ernoon by b Commandant William C Webb Webbcompany Webbcompany ebb ebbcompany
company commanders and the second secondyear secondear secondyear
year ear met meiThe merThe metThe
The High school athletic < girls held their theirfirst theirfirst theirfirst
first meeting in the Eaton gymnasium gymnasiumassembly gmnaslumassembly gymnasiumassembly
assembly yesterday pstenla at noon Miss Mar Margaret 1Ilargaret Margaret ¬
garet Merrill was chosen president and andMiss and1Iss andMiss
Miss Louise Burton treasurer The other othervoles othervotes othervotes
votes will be counted today and the win winners winners winners ¬
ners of the remaining offices announced announcedThe
The senior boys bo s met yesterday for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of selecting a captain and mana manager manager manager ¬
ger of the football team James Edward Edwardwas
was chosen captain and Charles Salm Salmmanager Salmmanager Saimmanager
manager Candidates for the team will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet on the campus Monday Ionda afternoon afternoonfor
for practice practiceTheres practiceTheres practiceTheres
Theres nothing like sham In tamed famedWasatch tamedVasatch tamedyasatch
Wasatch ham hamIts hamIts hamIts
Its rich and its all to the good goodTheres goodTheres goodTheres
Theres lean round the bone and fat fatround fatround fatI
I round the lean leanAnd leanAnd leanAnd
And its packed too the way ay that It Itshould itshould itshould
That Utah spends less than 2000 an annually annually annually ¬
nually in the gathering of statistics on onlabor onlabor onlabor
labor agriculture industrial and other otherfacts otherfacts otherfacts
facts of interest to Utahns and the Unit United rnlted United ¬
ed States at large was a good deal of a asurprise asurprise asurprise
surprise to David Ross secretary of the thestate thestate thestate
state bureau of labor statistics of Illi ¬
I nois who called upon State Auditor Jess JessD Je JeD JesD
D Jewkes exofflcio state statisticia statisticiayesterday statlstlclaesterday statlsticIayesterday
yesterday after a short visit with Goi Goiernor Gnf Governor
ernor f > William illlam Spry Mr Ross was taki takiabout taklabout takabout
about by his nephew John F Smith jr jrMr jrMr JrMr
Mr Ross said that most mo t of the eastern easternstates euternstates easternstates
states are spending 25000 and more an annually annually annually
nually on statistcs He was surpriscl surprisclat
at the excellent exco > lIent results being obtain obtainj obtainjhere t the i ihere
here he re

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