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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY OCT 14 1909
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400 Monthly MonthlyGlenwood Monthlyi
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160 to 240 each eachModern eac eacModem
Modem improvements that make an ideal home section sectionCement sectionCement sectionCement
Cement walks walksGraded walksGraded walksGraded
Graded avenues avennesShade avenuesShade avenuesShade
Shade trees treesTile treesTile treesTile
Tile drainage drainageCorner drainageCorner t tCorner
Corner monumentsAbstract monuments monumentsAbstract monumentsAbstract
Abstract of title titleWater titleWater titlewater
Water mains on 12th So SoClose SoC1ose SoClose
Close to schools and churches churchesIdeal clmrchef3Ideal churchesIdeal
Ideal Ideal environments environmentsLand environmentsKimball environmentsKimball
Kimball Richards RichardsLand
Land Merchants MerchantsPhones MerchantsPhones MerchantsPhones
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latent style of worsteds and andcheviots audehedot8 andcheviots
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cured of stomach catarrh and dyspepsia dyspepsiaI
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The Clothier ClothierHAS ClothierHAS ClothierHAS
HAS MOVED MOVEDDlrectlr
Dlrectlr ncrous the street from th thold the theold thold
old at stand ahuuLBad standBdd and andBad
Bad Breath fromStomach from fromStomach corn cornStomach
Stomach and Catarrh CatarrhMany
Many Persons Are Victims of This ThisDisagreeable ThisDisagreeable ThisDisagreeable
Disagreeable Complaint ComplaintIt
It is quite common to hear of per persons persons persons ¬
sons being spoken of as thoroughly thoroughlyagreeable thoroughlyagreeable thoroughlyagreeable
agreeable companions highly enter entertaining entertaining entertaining ¬
taining in conversation fascinating fascinatingand
and attractive In manner gifted well wellread weBread wellread
read accomplished and possessing all allthe aUthe allthe
the attributes and qualifications nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary to make them desirable guests guestsat
at parties and entertainments but for forthe forthe forthe
the single fact that for some cause causeor
or other such as stomach trouble de decay decay decay ¬
cay of teeth or throat and nasal ca catarrh catarrh Catarrh ¬
tarrh they are the unfortunate pos possessors possessors possessors ¬
sessors of bad breath breathThat breathThat breathThat
That one drawback Is sufficient to tomake tomake tomake
make them almost universally shunned shunnedand
and no matter how erudite or schol scholarly scholarly scholarly ¬
arly they may be how much they may mayhave mayhave mayhave
have traveled or how large a fund fundat
of Interesting anecdote they may have haveaccumulated haveaccumulated i iaccumulated
accumulated and which they may be becapable becapable i icapable
capable of relating In an entertaining entertainingmanner
manner the fact that they are victims victimsof
of offensive breath causes very other otherconsideration otherconsideration otherconsideration
consideration to be set aside by their theirfriends theirfriends theirfriends
friends friendsThis friendsThIs friendsThis
This Is indeed unfortunate and it ithas Ithas Ithas
has been the means of causing many manya
a person to avoid society and social socialIntercourse socialIntercourse socialintercourse
Intercourse because realizing as they theydo
do how disagreeable it must be to toothers toothers toothers
others and wishing at the same time timeto
to avoid embarrassment and criticism criticismthey criticismthey criticismthey
they are left with the only alternative alternativeof
of remaining off to themselves and andbeing andbeing andbeing
being deprived of many of the pleas pleasures pleasures pleasures ¬
ures of life lifeSuch UfeSuch lifeSuch
Such a deprivation Is however whol wholly wholly wholly ¬
ly unnecessary and persons who have havelong havelong havelong
long been troubled wltli wltlotoul foul breath breathfrom breathfrom breathfrom
from any cause should know that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there Is a remedy for Its relief one onewhich onewhich onewhlch
which Is a powerful absorber and re remover remover remover ¬
mover of foul gases from the stomach stomachand stomachand stomachand
and an efficient oxidizer and andpurifier andpurIfier andpurifier
purifier of offensive breath whether whetherfrom whetherfrom whetherfrom
from stomach or teeth or caused by bycatarrh bycatarrhand bycatarrhand
catarrh catarrhand and that justly celebrated celebratedremedy celebratedremedy celebratedremedy
remedy is STUARTS CHARCOAL CHARCOALLOZENGES CHARCOALLOZENGES CHARCOALLOZENGES
LOZENGES LOZENGESThousands LOZENGESThousands LOZENGESThousands
Thousands of persons 1 > testify to the thefact thefact thefact
fact that though they were once victims vic victims victims ¬
tims of bad breath which compelled compelledthem compeJIedthem
them to avoid the companionship of ofothers otothers ofothers
others they are now able to mingle minglefreely minglefreely minglefreely
freely with their friends to attend en entertainments entertainments entertainments ¬
tertainments parties and the theatre theatreand
and to enjoy life generally happy In Inthe inthe inthe
the thought that through the use of ofStuarts otStuarts ofStuarts
Stuarts Antiseptic Charcoal Lozenges Lozengestheir Lozengestheir Lozengestheir
their breath Is rendered sweet and andpure nndpure andpure
pure and cannot give offense to even eventhe eventhe eventhe
the most fastidious persons personsThese uersonsThese personsThese
These wonderfully purifying lozen lozenges lozenges lozenges ¬
ges which are composed of the purest purestcharcoal purestcharcoal purestcharcoal
charcoal and made from willow wood woodwill woodwHI woodwill
will sweeten the foulest breath purify purlfthe
the most Impure stomach and besides besidesstopping besidesstopping besidesstopping
stopping the fermentation and decomposition decom decomposition decomposition ¬
position of food will also remove the thebreathodors thebreathodors thebreathodors
breathodors resulting from the use of ofonions otonIons ofonions
onions tobacco alcohol and German Germancheese Germancheese Germancheese
cheese cheeseSecure cheeseSecure
Secure a package from your drug druggist druggist druggist ¬
gist today for 25 5 cents and send us usyour usyour
your name and address for free sam sample sample sample ¬
ple package Address F A Stuart Co
200 Stuart Building Marshall Michi Michigan Michigan lIchlan ¬
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r GAS COKE COKEWhy
Why not start the season with a few tons of Genuine Gas Coke CokeTry CokeTry CokeTry
Try it and when it has demonstrated its superiority over other fuels you youwill youill youwill
will ill have time to order your winters supply before > any material adrance ad advance adanc ¬
vance anc It price
LUMP COKE 500 PER TON TONMIXED TONMIXED TONMIXED
MIXED COKE 425 PER TON TON50c
50c extra If sacked and carried carriedCall carriedCall carriedCall
Call up the Gas Company 4321 either phone and order a asupply asupply asupply
A supply now nowTHE nowA
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have moved to their new paermaneentt permanent location at 120 Main St It arn over the h hChrlatenee
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Whalebone Set of Teeth 700 700Uffhtot 700Lf 700Lightest
Lightest Lf < < hteat and Strongest Plate Made MadeSolid MadeSoUd bladeSofd
Solid Gold Crown 450 450DUIUCftG 450DUlU 450DURIIIG
DUIUCftG DUlU G JUNE WIll WILL GIVE ONE GOLD FILLING FILLINGEACH FRED WITH
EACH SET OF TEETH ETII ORDERED ORDEREDHONEST ORDEREDHONEisT OIUJEHEDHONEST
HONEST WORK REASONABLE PRICES vt3
PAINLESS EXTRACTING nXTRACTTVGOffice
Office ot ee open eveainssad evrnlntr > t and Sundays
Orpheum Tickets Given Away by the theHeraldRepublican theHeraldRepublican theHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSomewhere HeraldRepublicanSomewhere HeraldRepublicanSomewhere
Somewhere In the classified columns columnsof
of every Issue of The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanwill
will be found an order for two seats at atthe atthe atthe
the Orpheum theatre good for either eithermatinee eithermatinee eithermatinee
matinee of evening performance on date dateof dateof dateof
of Issue The person whose name ap appears appears appears ¬
pears In this order will please present a acopy acopy acopy
copy of the ad to The HeraldRepub HeraldRepublican ¬
lican office before 6 oclock today to together together together ¬
gether with a positive identification identificationyour identificationyour
your last subscription receipt will do doRead doRead doRead
Read the classified advertisements in inthis Inthla Inthis
this issue Perhaps your name Is there thereHERALD thereHERALDREPUBUCAN thereHERALDREPUBLICAN
HERALDREPUBUCAN HERALD REPUBLICAN WANT WANTADS WANTADS WANTADS
ADS BRING RESULTS 5c A LINE LINEK
K of P PAttentlon PAttentlonThe Attention AttentionThe
The funeral services of Mrs Fred W WGardiner v vGardiner VGardiner
Gardiner wife of Past Supreme Repre Representative Representative Representative ¬
sentative Brother Fred W Gardiner Gardinerwill
will be held at the family residence 27 27South 27South 7 7South
South Ninth East street Thursday aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon at 2 oclock All members of the theorder theorder theorder
order are invited to attend Interment IntermentIn
In city cemetery cemeteryW ceme ry
W P COOPER ER Grand Chancellor ChancellorCard ChancellorCard ChancellorCard
Card Varty VartyGiven Party PartyGiven PartyGiven
Given by Pythian Sisters at Knights Knightsof
of Pythias hall Friday Oct 15 1909 1909Dancing 1909J 1909Dancing 1909Dancing
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Dancing classes now forming at atChrlstensens atChristensens atChristensens
Christensens ChristensensThe
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means the best Century Printing com company company company ¬
pany 5557 Postofflpe place placeDancing ptnceDanclng placeDancing
Dancing classes cl sses now forming fo 1ng at atChrlstensenfl atChristensens atChristensens
Christensens
SCALP ITCHED ANDi AND i
BURRED fOR YEARS nARSI I I IChild
Child of Four Would Scratch Her HerHead HerHead HerHead
Head for Hours HoursWhen When Fifteen FifteenIt
It Got Worse WorseHair Hair Came Off Offin Offin Oftin
in Spots SpotsHundreds Hundreds of Dollars DollarsSpent DollarsSpent DollarsSpent
Spent in in Vain VainCuticura Cuticura Soothed SoothedLike SoothedLike SoothedLike
Like Cold Water on a Burn and andCUTICURA andCUTICURA andCUTICURA
CUTICURA REMEDIES REMEDIESCURED REMEDIESCURED REMEDIESCURED
CURED HER AT LAST LASTWhen
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When I was four years old a humor humorcame humorcame humortame
came out on my scalp It would make makea make
a thick tl ck scab in one night itching an anburning and andburning andburning
burning terribly My father spent spentmany spentmany spentmany
many hundreds of dollars trying to find finda
a doctor who could cure this humor humorbut humorbut humorbut
but none of them could ever help it even evena
a little bit At the age of fifteen years yearsI
I had the measles and after that the thesore thesore thesore
sore became maturated and I had to tosoak tosoak tosoak
soak my hair out before I could comb it itMy itMy itMy
My hair came off in spots and my head headwas headwas headwas
was in a bad shape shapeAbout shapeAbout shapeAbout
About this time a friend of my myfather myfather myfather
father suggested he try Cuticura for me meMy meMy meMy
My father took this advice and bought boughtthe
the Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment Ointmentand
SoaPi
and Cuticura Resolvent Raso Resolvent vent I used them themfaithfully themfaithfully themfaithfully
faithfully and to my surprise they theystopped theystopped theystopped
stopped the itching at once like cold coldwater coldwater coldwater
water to a burn In a week my head headwas headwas headwas
was clean from the scab but was very veryred veryred varyred
red and inflamed but I had experienced experiencedmore
more relief from the terrible itching and andburning andburning andburning
burning than ever before I did not ex expect expect oxpect ¬
pect to be cured as I thought that noth nothing nothIn ¬
ing In could do that but I had to use something some something something ¬
thing thing all the time and Cuticura was waacheaper wascheaper wascheaper
cheaper than doctors doctorsAfter doctorsAfter doctorsAfter
After some time t e to my surprise I Iawoke Iawoke Iawoke
awoke to the fait fa that my head was wascured wascured wascured
cured It was as free from the disease diseaseas
as though I had never suffered I am amnow amnow amnow
now fortytwo and have never had a asin any anysign anysign
sign of my myoId old trouble since I was cured curedI curt curtI
I Bowe owe health happiness and life to toCuticura toCuticura toCuticura
Cuticura Every one thought it was in incurable incurable incurable ¬
curable I used to dream sometimes sometimesthat
that I was cured but thought it never nevercould nevercould nevercould
could be but Cuticura made the dream dreamcome dreamcome dreamcome
come true Fancy a child sitting up in inbed inbed inbed
bed until ten or eleven oclock scratch scratching scratchIng scratching ¬
ing her head I couldnt help it either eitherthe eitherthe eitherthe
the itching was so terrible night and andday ana anadaV andday
day It is a wonder I lived through it itbut itbut itbut
but I can prove rove all I have written by my myold myold myold
old neighbors Mrs Florence E Ames AmesGetchell AmesGetchell AmesGetchell
Getchell Getchell Box 503 Hallowell Me Feb FebD
9 and 131909 131909Cuticura 13 13Cutlcura 190D 190DCutlcurs
Cuticura Remedies are sold everywhere Potter PotterDrue PotterDroit PotterDrug
Drug Chem Corp Sole Props Boston Mass MassOf Mssru Massas
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FIRST CLASS STRICTLY MODERN MODERNFREE MODERNFREE
FREE AUTO BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
Rowe Kelly KellyHave KellyHave KellyHave
Have moved mov < > d across the street to
117 Main St StNext StNext StNext
Next to Western Arms Sporting
Goods company companyDancing companyDancing companyS
S I IDancing
Dancing classes now forming a aI ahrlrnseps
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Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaShort Pen nnsylvatii nnsylvatiiShort fl a aShort
Short Line from St Louis LouisOnly LouisOnly LouisOnly
Only 24 Hours HoursProm Hoursfrom I iI i
Prom St e Louis LouisMiles I
1053 1 Miles MilesTo MilesTo MilesTo
To New York City CityOn CityOn CityOn
On and after afterNovember afterIi
I Ii I November 7th 7thThe 7thThe 7thThats
The 24 Hour New Yorker YorkerThats Yorker7th
Thats the Name of the modernized first class classPassenger classPassenger classPassenger
Passenger train of librarysmoking sleeping dining and andcompartmentobservation andcompartmentobservation andcompartmentobservation
compartmentobservation cars which will be placed in inservice inservice inservice
service over the Pennsylvania Short Line from St Louis Louisto
I to New York on Sunday Su day November 7th 1909 1909r 1909On 1909J
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I On and after that date it will run through to toNew toNew toNew
J New York every day in twentyfour hours leaving leavingSt
St Louis at 6 oclock P M reaching New York the thenext thej thenext
j next evening at 6 oclock St Louis time time7 7 oclockNew oclock oclockNew oclockNew
New York time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Extra Fare on this Special Train from fromSt from5t fromI fromSt
St Louis to New York will be four dollars 400 400Information 400Information 400Information
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Information regarding The 24 Hour New NewYorker NewYorker NewYorker
Yorker and other New York trains over The TheStandard TheStandard TheStandard
Standard Railroad of America Americanwill will be cheerfully cheerfullyfurnished cheerfullyfurnished cheerfullyfurnished
furnished at the Pennsylvanias New York Short Line LineSt LineSt LineSt
St Louis Ticket Office 10th and Olive Streets Streetsor
or please address addressJ
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Thursday and an Friday FridayHandsome FridayHa iday idayHandsome
Handsome Ha dsome silk waists waistsElegant waistsElegant waistsElegant
Elegant silk s petticoats petticoatsMany
495 495Many
Many handsome messaline and andtaffeta andtaffeta andtaffeta
taffeta silk waists in various variousplaited variousplaited at ata atplaited
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plaited tailored styles in all allthe allthe allthe
the new fail colorings i goode good goodrange goodrange =
e t trange range of sizes and silk petti petticoats petticoats petticoats ¬
coats beautifully tailored with withfull withfull withF withfull
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full deep flounce in plaited plaitedruffled plaitedrufiled plaitedruffled
ruffled ruffledand and tucked styles fin finished finished fini ¬
i ished with tailor stitching and anddeep anddeep andr anddeep
deep underlay and dust ruffle ruffleEvery rumeEvery rudeEvery
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Every fashionable shade shadeincluded shadeincluded shadeS
SH8fM S included in this show showing showing showp ¬
p A4li i VI ing Each garment bears bearsthe bearsthe bearsthe
the celebrated Stewart StewartHowe StewartHowe StewartHowe
Howe Mayo r aye guaran guarantee guarantee ¬
tee teePurchaser teePurchaser teePurchaser
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1 ment does not wear we replace it with witha
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01 Style and Goodness GoodnessMost
Most ost of the young fellows about town are stopping at thatrevolvirg that thatrevolvirsf th3trevolvirg
revolvirg window for a look at em and a big bunch of boys boyshave boyshave boyshave
have come in and bought them Every pair of them is a walk walking walking walking ¬
ing advertisement for they are the smoothest ever Look for forrevolving forrevolving forrevolving
revolving window display
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Yours Shoely ShoelyTHE shoel shoelllIRSCllMN r rHIRSCHMAN
HIRSCHMAN THE SHOE PEOPLE PEOPLENEW
NEW LOCATION 118 SOUTH MAIN MAINTHOMA MAINTHOMAS MAINNOTT
THOMAThe THOMAS H NOTT NOTTThe
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The grocer had a horse The horse horsedied horsedied horsedied
died It was insured We collected collectedthe
the Insurance Mr Nott can now nowbuy nowbuy nowbuy
buy another horse This Is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the many kinds of claims we col collect collect collect ¬
lect If somebody somewhere owes owesyou owesou owesyou
you ou some money you better turn in inyour Inyour inour
your Y our claim We collect coll ct for every everybody everybodyeverywhere ¬
Ybody
body bodyeverywhere everywhere We do not like liketo liketo liketo
to collect claims clnlmswhen when they become becomemore becomemore f fmore
more than fifty years old but we wehave wehave = c chave
have collected some tnat were 25 to
35 years old without much trouble troubleGenerally troubleGenerally troubleGenerally
Generally speaking It is better not notto notto notto
to wait so long The commissions commissionswe
we are going to earn on the collections collec collections collections ¬
tions which you turn us will come comein comeIn comein
in handy now So will the money moneycome moneycome ti ticome
come In handy for you Write or orsee orsee orsee
see us i iMERCHANTS
usMERCHANTS
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONSCIENTIFIC
SCIENTIFIC COLLEOTORS OF HONEST DEBTS DEBTSRooms DEBTSRooms DEBTSRooms
Rooms 7778S2S393949596973869100 7I78 Commercial Block BlockSalt BlockSalt BlockSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Francis G Luke Genl Manager ManagerSome MtngerSome ManagerSome
Some People Dont Like Us UsAre UsCOLD UsCOID
COLD CASH CASAre
Are you in need of Cold Cash If so turn in your yourbills yourblJIs yourbills
bills to us and we will get the Cold Ca Cash h far YOU yonWe YOUWe youWe
We collect coil old bilte bU bt fleast new bill good blite bad bill billcurrent blUacurrent1JlUs billscurrent
current current1JlUs bills in fact any an kind of bills Turn them theptIn themin
in 1 Await results which whichbe will be prompt promptWE PIGUlptWE promptf
f WE GET THE MONEY MONEYWALLACE MONEYWALLACE MONEYT
WALLACE LAW COLLECTION T COJolla CO COiJohn CO10hn
Jolla J Wallace Manager Bhones 1063 lo lo32i
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HEIGHTS TO BE BEANNEUO BEANNEXED
ANNEXED SOON SOONCounoilmen SOONCouncilmen
Councilmen Inspect Beautiful BeautifulResidence BeautifulResidenoe BeautifulResidence
Residence Section and Are AreGreatly AreGreatly AreGreatly
Greatly Pleased PleasedWithin PleasedWithin PleasedWithin
Within the next few days Federal FederalHeights FederalHeights FederalHeights
Heights the exclusive residence sec section section section ¬
tion at the head of South Temple Templestreet Templestreet Templestreet
street will become a part of the city cityAs cityAs cityAs
As soon as the plat of the district is iscompleted iscompleted iscompleted
completed it will be filed with the city cityrecorder cityrecorder cityrecorder
recorder and the district will then be beformally beformaJly beformally
formally annexed to the city cityA
A M Wrench president and man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Telluride Realty company companyowners companyowners companyowners
owners of the addition yesterday yesterdaypiloted yesterdliYpiloted yesterdaypiloted
piloted a party of councilmen headed headedby
by President A J Davis over the theground theground theground
ground The councilmen expressed expressedthemselves expressedthemselves expressedthemselves
themselves as pleased with the general generalappearance generalappearance generalappearance
appearance beauty and substantial substantialimprovements substantialimprovements substantialimprovements
improvements on every side Federal FederalHeights FederalHeights FederalHeights
Heights enjoys a unique distinction in inthat n nthat nthat
that it will come into the city with withpractically witl1practically withpractically
practically all city improvements al already already already ¬
ready installed The streets are paved pavedthe
the sidewalks are laid and the work of ofparking ofparking ofparking
parking is well under way wayMany wayMany wayMany
Many fine residences all built under underthe underthe underthe
the restriction clause which provides providesthat
that no home shall be erected at a cost costless costless costless
less than 4000 grace the addition additionThese additionThese additionThese
These homes were erected at a total totalcost totalcost totalcost
cost of about 70000 Residences to tocost tocost tocost
cost a total of about 35000 are now in incourse Incourse Incourse
course of construction and plans are areout areout areout
out for homes to cost about 40600
OREGON SHORT SHORTUNf SHORTLINEELECTION
LINJJCTION LINJJCTIONFrederick UNf LINEELECTIONFrederick ELECTION ELECTIONFrederick
Frederick B Se S Crosby of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Is the Only New NewDirector NewDireotor NewDirector
Director DirectorThe
The Oregon Short Line directorate directoratefor
for the ensuing year was elected yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning in the Short Line cf efflees cfflces f ffiees
flees the only change in the former formerboard fonnerboard formerboard
board being the succession of Frederick FrederickB
B S Crosby of New York to the va vacancy vncanc vacancy ¬
cancy canc caused by the death of the late lateE lateE lateE
E H Harriman The minutes of the thedirectors thedIrectors thedirectors
directors meeting held Oct 13 190S 190Swere 1908were 190Swere
were approved No other business was wabtransacted wastrnnsa wastransacted
transacted transactedThe trnnsa ted tedThe
The directorate of the Short Line now nowstands nowstands nowstands
stands as follows Oliver Ames Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton Gordon M 1 Buck New York YorkCamuel YorkCamuel YorkCamuel
Camuel Carr Boston L H Cornell CornellFrederick CornellFrederick CornellFrederick
Frederick B S Crosby George GeorgeDowns S3 S3Downs EDowns
Downs Maxwell Evarts R S Lovett LovettWilliam LovettWilliam LovettWilliam
William Mahl Alex Millar W V V S SThorne SThorne SThorne
Thorne of New York W S McCornick McCornickof
of Salt ait Lake Oliver W V Mink of Eos Dolton Eoston Eoston
ton and P A Valentine of Chicago ChicagoAlex ChIcagoAlex ChicagoAlex
Alex Millar secretary of the Harri Harriman Harriman Harriman ¬
man lines yesterday visited the Lucin Luclncutoff Lucincutoff Lucincutoff
cutoff and last night Mt Ogden for forNew forNew forNew
New York direct
STOPS HAUliNG HAUliNGOf
Of SUGAR BEETS BfHSFarmers
Farmers Bringing Them in Too TooFast TooFast TooFast
Fast to Suit Factory FactoryHooks FaotoryHooks FactoryHooks
Hooks Barred BarredThe
The UtahIdaho Sugar company has hasgiven hasgiven hasgiven
given notice to the farmers of Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty Utahcounty
county to suspend operations in deliv delivery delivery delivery ¬
ery of sugar beets by teams to the themain themain themain
main plant at Lehi and the substations substa substations substations ¬
tions at Provo and ¬
ish Fork for a period of ten days daysGeorge daysGeorge daysGeorge
George Austin field superintendent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company stated yesterday that re receipts receipts recelpts ¬
ceipts since digging began taxed plants plantsbeyond plantsbeyond plantsbeyond
beyond their capacity capacityBeets capacityBeets capacityBeets
Beets were coming In at the rate of
5000 to 6000 tons a day The average averagecapacity averagecapacity averagecapacity
capacity of the Lehi plant Is 1000 to
1200 tons per day dayUnder dayUnder dayUnder
Under the contracts with the beet beetgrowers beetgrowers beetgrowers
growers the company has the right to toregulate toregulate toregulate
regulate delivery up to Oct 20 so as to toavoid toaVOId toavoid
avoid congestion Mr Austin says de deliveries lIeUveries deliveries ¬
liveries at the Garland plant are un unusually unusually unusually ¬
usually heavy He estimates the ton tonnage tonnage tonnage ¬
nage at the two plants considerably considerablyover
over 200000 tons No check has been beenplaced beenplaced beenplaced
placed on delivery at the Garlandplant Garland Garlandplant GarJaujplant
plant yet yetIf yetIf yetIf
If some of the farmers in Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty Utahcounty
county do not refrain from using beet beethooks beethooks beethooks
hooks in the handling of beets which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they have been doing of late accord according accordIng according ¬
ing to statements made by Manager ManagerJohn ManagerJohn ManagerJohn
John C Cutler they will be refusedcontracts refused refusedcontracts refus d dcontracts
contracts
GRAY LOSES SUItfODAMAGES SUILfOft SUILfOftDAMAGES SUrfGRDAMAGES
DAMAGES BY STREAM STREAMJudge
Judge JI L 1 Ritchie of the district court courtfound courtfound courtfound
found in favor of Salt Lake county and andthe andthe andthe
the Utah Light Railway company In Inthe Inthe inthe
the suit brought against the two by W WT ZVT WT
T Gray for 400 damages to his land on onSeventh onSeventh onSeventh
Seventh East street from Parleys can canyon canyon canyon ¬
yon water Gray claiming that in chang changing changIng changing ¬
ing the th natural course of the stream the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county and railway company had dam damaged damaged damaged ¬
aged his land
NEW RULE fOR fORCAREY FORCAREY
CAREY ACT L LLand LAND LANDiLand LANDLand i I
j jCheoks I
Land Board Will WiIIConfisoate Confiscate ConfiscateChecks ConfiscateChecks
Checks If No Improvement ImprovementIs
Is Made MadeWithin MadeWithin MadeWithin
Within a few days the state board of ofland otland ofland
land commissioners inaugurating a new newsystem newsystem newsystem
system of applying for public lands will willreturn wJlreturn willreturn
return certified checks amounting to sev several several several ¬
eral thousands of dollars to their own owners owners owners ¬
ers with instructions to file the checks checksagain checksagain checksagain
again in compliance with the law if they theycare theycare theycare
care to have land segregated under the theCarey theCarey theCarey
Carey land act Some of the checks to tobe tobe tobe
be returned have been in the safe of ofthe otthe ofthe
the land board for several years and the thecompanies thecompanle thecompanies
companies filing them have done abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely nothing with the land but have havekept havekept havekept
kept the state from taking action It Itwill ItwlU ItwlU
wlU be Insisted that the land be not asked askedfor askedfor askedfor
for unless the companies intend to do doreal doreal doreal
real reclamation work workThese workThese workThese
These applications cover a period of ofseveral otseveral ofseveral
several years said Will H Farnsworth Farnsworthsecretary Farnsworthsecretary Farnsworthsecretary
secretary of the board yesterday and andit andIt andit
it is to get this matter straightened up upthat upthat upthat
that we are taking this step We have havereceived havereceived havereceived
received communications from the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific Railroad company in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the number of irrigation companies inUtah In InUtah InUtah
Utah and what they are doing which whichindicates whichIndicates whichIndicates
indicates that they will place these facts factsin
in their new folders and help tho state stateIn
In getting new settlers Many other in inquiries Inquiries inquiries ¬
quiries have been pouring in to this of office oftIce offlee ¬
flee showing a greater demand than ever everbefore everbefore everbefore
before They are coming both from the theeast theeast theeast
east and west many stating they want wantto
to move out west and asking what we wehave wehave wehave
have in farm lands to offer them themIn
In the past when a company wanted wantedland wantedland wantedland
land it sent a check for 250 to this thisoffice thisoffIce thisoffice
office to hold the land not from home homestead homestead homestead ¬
stead entry but from any other entry
It mattered not how much work the com company company company ¬
pany expected to do the check was the thesame thesame thesame
same Under the system we are now nowworking nowworking nowworking
working on we will require a certified certifiedcheck certifiedcheck certifiedcheck
check for 250 50 for every 100000 100 worth worthof
of work proposed by those making the theapplication theapplication theapplication
application under the Carey act This Thiswill Thiswfll Thiswill
will be held as a bond that the company companywill
will really do reclamation work In case casethe casethe casethe
the company falls to prosecute work the thestate thestate thestate
state land board will declare the check checkforfeited checkforfeited checkforfeited
forfeited
U UI S 1 1THROXNIN OFFICER IS ISTHROWN
THROWN IN JAil JAilw
W E Johnson Imprisoned at atCrookston atCrookston atCrookston
Crookston Minnesota on onSaloonists onSaloonists onSaloonists
Saloonists Complaint ComplaintDispatches ComplaintDispatches ComplaintDispatches
Dispatches received in this city c < < y Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday announced that Chief Special SpecialOfficer SpecialOfficer SpecialOfficer
Officer W V E Johnson of the Indlattservice Indian Indianservice Indianservice
service who has Jiis headquarters headquartershere
here was in Jail with several of his hisdeputies hisdeputies hisdeputies
deputies at Crookston Minn having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been locked up at the instigation of ofsaloonkeepers ofbaloonkeepers ofsaloonkeepers
saloonkeepers of the town of Mahno Mahnomen 1Iahnomen Mahnomen
men who complained that there had hadbeen hadteen hadbeen
been wholesale and malicious destruction destruc destruction < struc structlon ¬
tion of liquor found by the officers in inthe Inthe inthe
the territory occupied by the Indians IndiansOfficer IndiansOfficer IndiansOfficer
Officer Johnson and his men say they theyarc theyarc theyare
arc acting within their powers powersThe powersThe powersThe
The officers are said to have entered enteredseveral enteredseveral enteredseveral
several saloons where Indians had hadbought hadbought hadbought
bought liquor and destroyed the liquor liquorafter liquorafter liquorafter
after the saloon men had been warned warnedAgent warnedAgent warnedAgent
Agent Johnson and two deputies were wereput wereput wereput
put in jail at Marshalltown Ia som somtime somtime sometime <
time ago charged with carrying con concealed conaled concealed ¬
cealed aled weapons Since then Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshall Iarshalltown
town officials have been called on to toanswer toanswer toanswer
answer to the charge of interfering InterferIngwith
with government officers offi < > ers
MISS SCONBERG BURIED BURIEDMany
Many Sorrowing Friends With Floral FloralTributes FJolalTributes FloralTributes
Tributes Throng Chapel ChapelThere ChapelThere ChapelThere
There was a large attendance Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday afternoon at the funeral serv services seryIces services ¬
ices of Miss Erna M Sconberg daugh daughter ¬
ter of H P Sconberg of 528 Wall street streetwho streetwho streetwho
who died at the family famll residence Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da of typhoid fever aged 20 years The Theservice Theservice Theservice
service was held in the Nineteenth ward
chapel at 2 oclock the chapel being beingcrowded beingcrowded beingcrowded
crowded with friends who brought nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous beautiful floral offerings The Thespeakers Thespeakers Thespeakers
speakers at the chapel and others par participating participating participating ¬
ticipating in the service were Bishop BishopOsborne BIshopOsborne BIshopOsborne
Osborne Widtsoe B S Cummings CummingsCharles CummingsCharles CummingsCharles
Charles Ericson NephI L Morris Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Parsons L Dahlquist and Bishop BishopIsaac BishopIsaac BishopIsaac
Isaac Barton The music was furnished furnishedby
by a quartette of which Mrs Lizzie LizzieThomasEdwards LIzzieThomasEdwards LizzieThomasEdwards
ThomasEdwards was soloist

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