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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY OCT 28 1909 8
BOSSY BOSSYTO TO BE B PUT PUTON PUTON UT UTEvery
ON TRIAL TRIALFOR FOR LIFE LIFEEvery
Every Cow in Utah Must Pass PassTest PassTest PassTest
Test or Is Likely to Go Goto Goto Goto
to Butcher ButcherINCLUDES ButcherINCLUDES ButcherINCLUDES
INCLUDES WHOLE STATE STATEWILL
WILL LL BE ENFORCED THROUGH THROUGHOUT
i OUT COMMONWEALTH COMMONWEALTHWithin
Within one week the greatest campaign campaignever campaigneyer campaignever
ever undertaken in Utah for the safe safeguarding safesuailIng sateguaing ¬
guarding of public health will begin when whenthe whentl1e whenthe
the local government bureau ot animal IndustO Industy in industry ¬
dusty In cooperation with the state stateboard stateboard stateboard
board of health takes up the wholesals wholesalsenforcement wholesahenforcement who1esa1enfercement
enforcement of o tuberculin tests on every everymilk overymllk everTmilk
milk cow In the state stateJudging itateiudging tateJUdging
Judging from rom the results of similar tests testsin testsIn
in other states It is probable that as ashigh ashigh ashigh
high as 10 per cent of the dairy dull cows of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th state will be b condemned Dr Frank FrankK
K Murray in charge of the bureau of ofanimal ofanimal ofanimal
animal industry is positive that the tests testswill testswill testswill
will prove prov ITtah tah to have the cleanest dairy dairyand dairyand dairyand
and breeding cattle < In the west He does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not expect to find higher than a S per cent centof centof centof
of tho entire number of milk cows In any anyway anyWay anyway
way infected < 1 with tuberculin tuberculinDr tuberculinDrT
Dr DrT T B Boatty of the state board of ofhealth ofh ofhalth
health h lth declares d lare tht ih percentage will be beclose beclost beI
I close to 10 per cent II Ha bases baS his opinion opinionon
on the results of average tests In indi individual Individual mdlv1dua ¬
vidual herds Eight cows out of a herd herdof herdof herdof
of twentytwo cows at the State Indus Industrial Industrial Industrial ¬
trial aeliool were shown to bs b badly In Infeetfd Inf Infoet
feetfd f foet c d In rec > nt tests At other o > public publicIratitutione publiclnetltuUoffil publicinatitutlone
Iratitutione similar tests have shown an analurrning 81atarmin aialrrnmng
alurrning percentage of infection infectionTest InfectionTest Infectionp
p Test Is Infallible InfallibleThe Infall Infatlbleif ble bleThe
if The test iti infallible saId Dr Bsatty BsattyytslttnJRy B Uattyysttday atty attyYEstlroa
ytslttnJRy What tuberculosis tub rcuIoie ls now n w ex exists extlts oxlets ¬
lets In the stats tat Ie undoubtedly caused Caus by bythe b bthe
the consumption > It > f mill from Infected Infectedittl9 Infectedttb Infectedttls
ittl9 ttb By condemning every milk cow cowjn cowJi cowJT
jn > way infected the most effective effectivettr
ttr posible ios ible will 111 have been taken to torn toWlm toru ¬
rn Wlm iru ru 11 tie > utter utt r eradication of the dread dreadi
i > t CS s sIr 5It
r Ir < i lftlJrg Uira of the bureau of animal In Ind Ind ind
d fl t u nc 1 t now being lined up u for th thb thb thj
b j > i iiaign The IIl work will cover a av aa
> a v 1 and will reach to every dairy dairyI
1 herd > f colvs co 8 in the state where milk mIlkS
3 c 1 for public consumption Salt Lake Lakejrt LakerL LakeI
I jrt rL v w1I II be thoroughly gone over first firsttit 01tutT flrtkt
tit utT kt r which lMHp hlllpacUOn ctIoii squads wil II mov mov3r movrrt movT
r rrt irt tt i jrxl nd south through the dairy dall dis disU dlstrl disI
U trl tc t < < Utah Davis Weber and Cache Cachentw CacheLill CachettL
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ntw The wok in these more im important ImPJItant mipRtant ¬
portant districts will be finished during duringthe luringijie
the whiter whlt r months monthsThe monthsIe nionthsThe
The Ie wholesale whot le inspection is being car carried carriIPd cariied ¬
ried on under und r an act of the recent r nt legis legislature legIslature legislature ¬
lature making it awful to condemn any anyi1Iry
iHfry dalr or breeding b lng cow Infected with tu tuberculosis tuberculoets tuberculoals ¬
berculosis berculosisSpecial berculoetsSpecial berculoalsSpecial
Special attention will be paid by b Dr DrMurray DrIurray DrMurray
Murray and his staff of inspectors to tobreeding tobreeding tobie4lng
breeding cattle To effectually stamp out outthe outthe outthe
the disease disea e in the state it will be neces necessary ne necessary es eslIAr ¬
sary lIAr to lay great stress tin n the laws and andregulations andregulations andregulations
regulations iroveriiins the handling of ofbreeding ofbredlng ofbreding
breeding cattle cattleIncidental cattlelneldental cattleIncidental
Incidental to the tuberculin tests t sts the InSlwctlon inspectlon in inspection ¬
spection will mean > l h litt wholesale cleaning cleaningup cleaningup 1ennln 1ennlnup
up of all rtalr dairy premises and a general generalbetterment generalbttterment generalbetterment
betterment of sanitary co coadltlons > ditions through throughout ¬
out Ttah
ART Of flYING TO BE BEPRO BEr
r PRO PROMOTEDBY 10TEU BY UT UTAHNS UTAHNSFor AHNS AHNSFor
For the purpose of arousing Interest in inaeronautics Inaeronautics Inaeronautics
aeronautics and of bringiug together m mn mninterested n ninterested nIntere
interested Intere tlll in this work th < Aero 10 club of ofTtah ofltah ofltah
ltah with headquarters In Salt Lake Lakeapplied Lakeapplied Lakeapplied
applied yesterday to the county clerk for fora foJn
a charter PI It is proposed to have visiting visitingaeronauts visitingaeronauts visitingzieronauts
aeronauts come to Salt Lake under the theauspices theHUlplCPS theaIip4ees
auspices of the local club and to pro promote promote promote ¬
mote interest in the science here at home homeThe homeTht homeThe
The club is governed by a board of ofseven ofStPlI
1 seven Jirwtors and officers as follows followsDr followDr followsr
Dr A Urodheck prsldont prld nt Ivor IvorE B Red Redman RfIdman Redman ¬
man first vice = f president S H Gilson Gilsonsecond Gilsonsecond Gilsonsecond
r second vice president Arthur Jennings Jenningsthird Jenningsthird Jenningsthird
third vic Ic < president pr ldent F A Ayres secre secretary secretary secreLacy ¬
tary L Culver treasurer and Wilton WiltonPowell WiltonPowell Uton UtonPowel1
Powell chairman of the membership membershipcommittee membershipcommittee membershipcommittee
committee
LABORLEADER LABOR LEADER PLEASED PLEASEDWITH PLEASEDWITH PLEASEDWITH
WITH SALT LAKE UNION UNIONEugene UNIONEugene UNIONEugene
Eugene Clancy first vice president of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th International Int rnatlontt Bridge and Structural StructuralIron StlucturalIron
Iron Workers uiti headquarters at San SanFrancisco SanPranclsco SanYranclsco
Francisco paeeed through Salt Lake LakeTuesday LakeTUtMay LakeTuesday
Tuesday on his way ay home from the In International International International ¬
ternational convention of the organiza organization ¬
tion at Minneapolis While hlle here he was wasthe wasthl wasthe
the guest uest of th > officers of the local localunion localunion localunion
union Before leaving he complimented complimentedthem
them on the manner In which the threat threatened thr threatened at atened ¬
ened Haruption oetwrien o twecn woen the local union unionand unloland unioiand
and contractors control tors lad been handled and andIteacefully andIHacefull andpeacefully
peacefully settled
1000 DAMAGECASE DAMAGE CASE IS ISCOMPROMISED ISCOMPROMISED ISCOMPROMISED
COMPROMISED FOR HALF HALFIn
In Judge M L Ritchies division of the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court yesterday the Utah Light LightRailway LightRailway LightRailway
Railway company agreed to a compro compromise compromise compromise ¬
mise of SOO in the damage suit for 1000 1000filed 1000flied 1000filed
filed by Joseph Tavey 7 years old by
his guardian Hilda Tavey and this judg judgment Judgment judginear ¬
ment was entered The boy bo was struck struckby struckby struckby
by a street car on North Temple street streetnear streetnar Streetnear
near Seventh West street on Oct 9 190S 190Swhile 1908while 190Swhile
while riding In a wagon and was badly
hurt
ONLY THREE PASS THE THEEMBALMERS THEEMBALMERS THEL
L EMBALMERS EMBALMERSEXAMINATION EMBALMERSEXAMINATIONI EXAMINATION EXAMINATIONBut
I But three out of fifteen applicants suc successfully successfully sueeessfully ¬
cessfully passed the embalming examina examinations examinations examinations ¬
tions held last Friday and Saturday uu undr uujr uudr
dr the direction of Dr Beatty of the theptato thetat theitat
ptato tat board of health They The are William WilliamO WilliamErickson
O Erickson John E Young Youn and Elmer
M I Qualtrough
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122 So Main ain Salt lake
I IBEYOND IBEYONDVORDS I
AGONY Of ECZEMA
BEYOND BEYONDVORDS BEYONDVORDSWhole WORDS WORDSWhole
Whole Body a Mass of Raw Tor Torturing Torturing Torturing ¬
turing Humor HumorHairAII Hair All Fell Out Outand Outand Outand
and Ears Seemed Ready to Drop DropOffClothing DropOff IkopOffClothing
OffClothing Off Clothin Would Stick to toBleeding toBleeding toBleeding
Bleeding Flesh Hoped Death DeathWould DeathWould DeathWould
Would End Fearful Suffering SufferingCASE SufferingCASE SufferingI SufferingCASE
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CASE SEEMED HOPELESS HOPELESSBUT
BUT CUTICURA CURED HER HERWords HERWords HERS HERWords
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Words cannot describe the th terrible torriblaeczema tcrribheczema terribleeema
eczema I suffered with It broke put puton out outon outon
on my head and kept spreading until it itcovered itcovered Itcovered
covered my whole body I was almost almosta
a solid mass of cores from head to foot footI
I looked more like a piece of raw beef beefthan beefthan beefthan
than a human being Tho pain and andagony andagony andagony
agony I endured seemed more than I Icould Icould Icould
could bear Blood and pus oozed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the great sore on my scap from under undermy undermy undermy
my finger nails and nearly all over my
body b dy My ears were so crusted and andswollen andswollen andswollen
swollen I was afraid they would break breakoff brenkoff breakoff
off Every hair in my head fell out outI
1 could lot sit down for my clothes clotheswould clotheswould clotheswould
would stick to the raw and bleeding bleedingflesh bleedingflesh bleedingflesh
flesh making mo cry out from the pain painMy painMy painMy
My family doctor did all he could but butI
1 got worse and worse My lIf condition conditionwas
was awful I did not think I could live liveand liveand liveand
and wanted death to come and end my myfrightful mytrightful myfrightful
frightful sufferings sufferingsIn I IIn
In this condition my motherinlaw motherinlawbegged motherlnl1twbe motherInlawbegged
begged be ged me to try the Cuticura Rem Remedies Remedies Remethos ¬
edies I said I would but had no hope hopeof
of recovery But oh what blessed re relief relict tobet ¬
bet I experienced after applying Cuti Cuticura Cuticum Cuticura
cura Ointment It cooled the bleeding bleedingand
and itching itcl ng flesh and brought me the thafirst thofirst thefirst
first real sleep I had had in weeks It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was as grateful as ice to a burning burningtongue burningtongue burningtongue
tongue I would bathe with warm warmwater warmwater warmwater
water and Cuticura Soap then apply applytbe appi appithe
the Ointment freely I also took Cuti Cuticura CuUcura Cut Cutcura ¬
cura Kcsolvcnt for tho blood In a ashort ashort ashort
short time tho sores stopped running runningthe I Ithe
the flesh began to heal and f knew 1 1was I Iwas I
was to get et well again Then the hair hairon
on my head began to grow and in a ashort ashort ashort
short time I was completely cured
1 cannot praise Cuticura enough I Iwish Iwish Iviati
wish I could tell everybody who has haseczema haseczema haseema
eczema to use Cuticura My condition conditionwas
was so terrible that what cured mo mocannot mocannot mocannot
cannot fail to cure anybody of this thisawful thisawful I Inwful I
awful disease If any one doubts the thetruth thetruth I Itro
truth tro tb of this letter tell them to write writeto
to mo Mrs Wm Hunt 135 Thomas ThomasSt I
St Newark N J Sept 28 1908 1908Cuticura 1908CUtlCUrlo 1008Qiticura
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Specials SpecialsIll This Week WeekIn
Ill our ol r tailormade department we offer some somebeautiful SOinebeautiful somebeautiful
beautiful models for 2250 to 4000 Excep Exceptional Exceptional Exceptioiial ¬
tional values valuesCreations valuesCreations valuesCreations
Creations in evening gowns dinner dresses and andsmart andSInalt andsinait
smart cloth dresses 2500 to 6000 6000Street 6000Street 6000Street
Street coats and evening wraps in furs velours veloursand veloursanl veloursand
and cloths ranging in price from 2000 up upNew upNew upNew
New hats for street and dressy wear v ear now in inSOUTH inEs5FORWOMEU p
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No Longing for Freak Clothes ClothesHe
He wants good clothes clothesstyli stylish h clothes clotheswith clotheswith clotheswith
with sensible style and perfect fit fitHe fitHe fitHe
He no longer looks like the back of a mag magziue magzinc magzinc
zinc as the joke used to run runThe runThe runThe
The customers of this store both old and andyoung andyoung andyoung
young depend on Crabbes Clever Clothes to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep their style up to date and theyve never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been disappointed yet yetThis yetThis yetThis
This Fall our Suits and Overcoats for college collegemen I Imen
men as for business men are cut on the most mostgenteel mostgenteel mostgenteel
genteel lines linescorrect correct in every way wa wan15 wan15to 15 15to 15to
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sion of real artistic beauty without losing any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the solidity and good wearing qualities demanded demandedof
of house furniture furnitureC
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JJ JJBoston
Boston D DNEW Dent Parlors ParorsNEW
NEW LOCATION 120 MAIN STREET STREETSPECIAL
SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR 30 DAYS DAYSJ1500 D YS
J1500 1500 set of teeth 57501 o Gold crowns S50O S50ONo riOIJNo oo ooNo
No better made ma e at any price I Bridgework p per r tooth 500 500Porcelain oo ooPorcelain
Porcelain gold and silver sl1vorfltilnga filling at reasonable r price fOr r r hot 011 work o < u
No students employed Painless extracting a speclaii Of otnn fie ap opevenings a aevenings
evenings and Sundays All work < guaranteed guaranteedind guaranteedmd
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SOCIETYTODAYS SOCIETY
TODAYS TODA YS EVENTS EVENTSA
+ A luncheon will be given at the theUniversity theUniversity +
4 + University club today tOdIl In honor of ofIrs +
f Mrs Irs Philip Moore with Mrs C E Et Et + 4t
t Allen as the hostess hostess1Irs 4 f fa ff
+ a +
f Mrs E O Howard will be the host hosts 4 f fess
+ ess s at a dinner party to be given givenf ghcnthis +
4 f this evening at her home In East EastSouth +
4 4 South Temple street strt t the guest of ofhonor ofhonor +
+ honor being b ng Miss Joy De Camp CampAn f +
+ 4 f a + t
4 An informal bridge tea will be giv givf gl + 4en ten
+ f en this afternoon by Miss Edna EdnaFarnsworth 9 f
4 Farnsworth complimentary to her herguest 4
4 guest Miss Ethel Ogden of Spokane SpokaneWash 4
4 + Wash who will sail shortly for a atwo +
4 two years ears trip abroad abroadThe abroadS +
4 + S S S +
4 The second scco d of a series of bridge bridgeteas f
4 teas being given by Miss r ss Daisy Ray Raybould 4 4 +
+ bould will be that with which she shewill 4 f
4 + will entertain this afternoon at her belhome herhome +
+ home In South West Temple street streetA 4 p
+ S C + +
4 A card party will be given this thisevening 4
4 evening by Mr Ir and Mrs George H HSmith 4
4 + Smith the guests of honor being beingIajor f
4 Major and Mrs Irs William Purvlance Pun1ancewho Purviancewho 4
+ who will sail next week for the thePhlllppIM3 f
4 Philippines PhlllppIM3Irs +
4 +
f 4f Mrs Irs Ledyard M Bailey Balle will be the thehostess thehostess +
+ hostess today at the Young Womens VomensChrls 4
4 Christian Chrls lan association luncheon to be begiven 4 4
4 givenat given at the rest rooms in the Brooks Brooksarcade 4 f
4 arcade arcadeMiss 4
4 S 4
4 Miss Genevieve McCornlck will 111 be beth 4
4 the th honored guest at a dinner party partto + 4
4 4 to be glvei by b Mrs Ernest Bamber Bambergel 4 4gee
+ gel this evening at the Alta club clubA 4
4 4 C f
4 4 A reception will be given this even evenIng +
4 Ing by Miss Pearl Van Cott and Mr 111nnd f
4 4 and Mrs Irs Joseph E Calno at the theCaine 4 +
4 Caine home In B street The compll compllmented + f
4 mented guests wH be Mr 11 and Mrs IrsRobert + f
4 Robert Chapin who were ore married marriedlast +
4 last woek w k In Los Lo Angeles ArgelesMrs +
a a a
4 +
4 Mrs Justus Jurgk will sntertaln mtertalnthis + 9 f
4 9 this afternoon with a bridge tea at ather +
4 her home in South Twelfth East Eaststreet 4
4 street In honor of her guest Mrs MrsGustae 4
4 + Gustave Billings a former Salt Lake Lakeresident f +
4 4 resident residentM18 4 4t 9
4 a S S
t 4
4 + Mrs F E Marcy Inrc and Miss Anna AnnaTinsman 4
+ Tlnsman will be the hostesses this thisafternoon thisafternoon +
+ afternoon at a bridge tea the second secondof +
4 of a series to be given this week weekat 4 9at
4 at the Marcy home In P street streetI1BS 4 +
+ S S SMiss +
+ Miss Vedi Beebe will be the hon honored 4
4 4 ored guest this afternon at an Or 01pheum 4
4 + pheum party and luncheon with withwhich withwhich +
+ which Mrs Carl R Williams VIII lams will en entertaln 4
+ tertaln the members of the sewing sewlnclub 4
4 club of which Miss Beebe BC be is a mem membel 4 44ber
4 + 4ber ber +
4 + S a +
4 9 One of todays luncheons will be b2that 4 4
4 that with which Mrs lrs Simon Black Blackwill +
4 will entertain tlrs tIl members of her herbridge f
4 bridge club at her h r home in the Ar Arlington +
4 lington apartments apartmentsThe 4 f
4 e S +
+ The Flower Five Hundred club will willbe 4
4 9 be entertained today at the home homeof 4
4 9 of Mrs Irs Fred W Meakin In Second Secondavenue +
4 avenue avenueThe t
4 a S a +
4 The Misses Lillian Riser and Eve EveIIJ 4 413n
+ lyn Gartsldo will entertain this even evenIn +
4 Ing In with a Halloween party to be begiven begiven + f
+ given at the home of Miss Gartside GartsideIn 4
4 In Seventh avenue avenueThe 4 4
4 a a a 4
4 The Rosebud club will meet this thisevening +
4 evening at the home of Miss Agnes AgnesSullivan 4
4 Sullivan 1350 Lincoln avenue +
4 0 0Mrs a aMrs 4
+ Mrs Philip Moore president of the theGeneral +
4 4 General Federation Jc < of Womens Womensclubs om ns nsdubs +
4 clubs will be the honored guest at atthe 4 +
4 the meeting to be held at the club clubrooms +
4 9 rooms today The music section of otthe 4 4tthe
tthe + the club will have charge of the pro program 4 4gram 4
4 gram which will include many man In Internatlonal f
4 ternatlonal songS and poems Fol Following +
4 lowing the program a reception will willbe 4
4 be given In the club rooms roomsThe 4 4T
T + 4 a +
4 The history section of the Ladies LadlesLlterarlV 4 4
4 Literary club will in met et this morn mornIng 4 4
4 ing at the home of Mrs A H Box Boxrud 4
4 4 rud The paper for the day The TheLItrature TheLItrature +
4 LItrature of Nerva and Trajan TroJanwlll 4
4 will be given by Mrs H W V Frame Frame4MMMHMH Framet + 4t
4MMMHMH + + + t + + + t + 4 + + + + + + + MMH + f + + t + + + + + MMM MMMA + + 4 tt ttA + 4 4A
A charming affair was the childrens childrensparty childrensparty chiidrensparty
party and dance given yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at the hop hall at Fort Douglas Douglaswhen Doulnswhen Douglaswhen
when Mrs lrs Walter alter Scott and Mrs Willis WillisUlfne WillisUline VlIlIsUllne
Ulfne entertained a number of the little littlefolks littlefolks littlefolks
folks In honor of the birthdays of their theirlittle theirlittle theirlittle
little daughters dau hters Miss Lou Ullne and Miss MissClarlta MissCiatita 1ISBCladta
Clarlta Scott The fort orchestra fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished the music for the dances and andabout andabout andabout
about thirty thlrt little guests enjoyed the af affair affair a afair ¬
fair Following the grand march the thechildren thec1Jildren thechildren
children discarded their masks and the thesheet theshoet thesheet
sheet gowns and Halloween Hnl10weengames games and anddancing anddancing anddancing
dancing were ere then enjoyed followed by bya
a supper The supper table was decorated decoratedwith decomtedwith decoratedwith
with Jackolanterns and golden pump pumpkins pumpkins pumpkins ¬
kins filled with autumn fruits and the thesouvenirs thesouvenir thesouveniri
souvenirs were tiny pumpkins filled with withcandies withcandies 1thcandles
candies candiesMrs candlesIrs candiesMrs
Mrs Irs George Hancock entertained twelve twelveguests twelveuests twelveguests
guests uests at a delightful luncheon given yes yesterday yestrday es estrda ¬
terday trda at her home in Seventh East EastStreet Eaststreet EastOtreet
Street the honored guest being Mrs MrsPhilip MrsPhilip Irs IrsPhilip
Philip Moore of St Louis A centerpiece centerpieceof
of white chrysanthemums decorated tht thtolnlng thtalnlng thtaining
olnlng table The place cards were hand handpainted handpainted handpainted
painted in the rose designs designsThe designsI designsThe designsThe
> I <
The home of Mrs F E Marcy in P Pstreet Pstreet Pstreet
street was the scene of a charming bridge bridgetea
tea given yesterday afternoon with Miss MissAnna MissAnna MissAnna
Anna Tinsman and Mrs Marcy as hos hostesses hostesses hostesses ¬
tesses A cluny clun lace piece over yellow yellowratin yellowratin ellow ellowratln
ratin covered the dining table and a tall tallcut tallcut tallcut
cut glrss vase of jellow llow chrysanthemums chrysanthemumsformed chlsanthemumsformed
formed the table centerpiece Eight tables tablesor
or bridge were played those winning winningprizes winningprizes winningprizes
prizes being b lng Mrs J A Earls Mrs Georg GeorgPutnam GeorJPutnam GeorgPutnam
Putnam Miss OMeara Mrs Hosmer HosmerMrs HosmerIrs HosmerMrs
Mrs Irs Glen Miller Mrs W V E Lake Mrs MrsRalph MrsRalph Irs IrsRalph
Ralph Hill and Mrs C M Bell Those Thoseserving Thoseserving Thoseserving
serving in the dining room were Mrs J JA JA JA
A Reeves and Mrs C G Field assisted assistedby
by b Miss Helen Denny and Miss Elsie ElsieMcMillan ElsieMcMillan ElsieMeMillan
McMillan McMillanA
A theatre party was given yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon by Mrs Irs Russel Tracy at the theColonial theColonial theColonial
Colonial theatre for a number of the theyoung th thoung theyoung
young girls the honored guest being Miss MissFannie MissFannie MissFannie
Fannie Goldberg The party was cha chapsroned chap chaproned
psroned p roned by Mrs Irs Ledyard M I Bailey Mrs MrsR
R H Officer and Mrs C E Carter CarterThe CarterIe CarterThe
Ie IeThe
The Clawson studio was the scene of ofa ofa ofa
a delightful tea yesterday afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when Miss Louise Clawson entertained a anumber anumber anumber
number of friends In honor of ofMiss otI1ss ofMiss
Miss Vedi Beebe a fall bride brideThe brideThe brideThe
The studio was charmingly decorated in inthe Intile Inthe
the fall flowers large bowls of chrysan chrysanthemums chrysanthomums hrsanlhomums ¬
themums being placed about the rooms roomsMiss roomsMiss roomsMiss
Miss Clawson was assisted by Miss Mar Marvel Marvol Iar Iarot ¬
vel ot Madsen Miss Rehan Spencer Miss MissNan MissNan MissNan
Nan Clawson and Miss Helen Clawson ClawsonA
e
A pretty bridge brld e tea of yesterday was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that with which Miss Daisy Raybould Raybouldentertained Rabouldentertained Raybouldentertained
entertained at her home In South West WestTemple WestTemple est estTemple
Temple street A Japanese centerpiece centerpiececoxered centerpiececoered centerpiececovered
covered the dining table on which rested resteda
a large bowl of yellow chrysanthemums chrysanthemumsHere
Here tea was poured by Mrs Emily EmilyBailey EmilyBalle EmilyBailey
Bailey and Mrs Irs Leah Riter assisted by byMiss byMiss byMiss
Miss Edna Bailey Ballp Mrs Rulon Smoot Smootand Smootand Smootand
and Mrs R E Wilkins In the drawing drawingroom
room pink cosmos were used while in inthe Inthe inthe
the library the decorations were In yel yellowdahlias yellowdahlias el ellow ¬
lowdahlias low dahlias Seven tables of bridge brld e were wereplayed wereptned wereplayed
played with Ith other guests for the tea teawhich tcnwhich teawhich
which followed the games The bridge bridgeprizes bridgeprizes bridgeprizes
prizes were won by Mrs James Sadler Sadlerand Sadlerand Sadlerand
and Mrs Onderdonk OnderdonkMr
Mr and Mrs C C Crismon returned returnedhome returnedhome returnedhome
home Monday from a two weeks visit In JnCalifornia InCalifornia inCalifornia
California CaliforniaMrs
lc lcMrs
Mrs Irs J SI Sjodahl and her daughters daughtersLellah daughtersLellah daughtersLellab
Lellah and Vera are at liome after an anextended anextended anextended
extended trip abroad They The visited Ger Germany German Germany ¬
many man Switzerland France and England EnglandMiss EngtandI1ss EnglandMiss
Miss Alane Carter of this city was one oneof oneof oneof
of the party on the foreign tour Miss MissCarter MissCarter lItsCarter
Carter remained In Chicago where she shewill Gh Ghwill shewill
will attend school schoolAir schoolMr
Ie IeIr
Air Ir and Mrs Irs Gus Lind left Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wednesdaymorning Wednesdamorning
morning for Detroit Mich where they theywill theywill theywill
will make their future home homesfe
sfe sfeMr j j 01 01Ir 1 1Mr
Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Robert Chirpln who have havebeen J havebeen ae aebeen
been guests at the home of Mr oIl and Mrs MrsJopeph 1011sJOfeph MrsJoseph
Joseph E Caine for a few days will leave leaveFriday lea leaFriday heaveFriday
Friday for Boston where they will make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their future home Mrs 113 Chapln was for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly Miss Both B th Dunbar a daughter of ofMrs of1Ira ofMrs
Mrs Hooper Dunbar Dunbars DunbarThe DunbarThe
s > ft ftThe
The members mlm rs who will take part in the thepresentation thepresentation thepresentation
presentation of Aunt Jerushaa Family FamilyAlbum FamnrAlbum FamilyAlbum
Album to be given by b the young people peopleof
of the First Methodist lethodlstchurclt churclr wjll bold holda
a rehearsal r rehe rral this evening een Ingln Jn the church churchparlors churchparlors 11 11parlors
parlors parlors1rs
A O OMrs
Mrs 1rs Philip Moorel Moore who has ben the theguest th thgupst tlmguest
guest of Mrs rs Gorge G one Hancock leaves
Thursday rhursdayeventng evening for forb her rh home 1r eiri In St StLouis StLouts
Louis LouisMrs L LoutsMrs uls uls1rs I
Mrs 1rs C A Wherry entertained with a aHalloween aHalloween aHalloween
Halloween party at her home yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdaafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon The house was charmingly charminglydecorated ch charminglydeorated rmlngly rmlnglyde
decorated de omted In jackoIantcrns and autumn autumnfruits autumnfruits autumnfruits
fruits and with tiny figures of witches witchesand witchesand witchesand
and other Halloween spirits added to the thedecorative th thdecoratle thedecorative
decorative effect Mrs Wherry was I1sslsted as assisted hissisted ¬
sisted by Mrs Charles Peake Mrs E O OLee OLee 0Lee
Lee Mrs Gustave White Mrs C O OBrown OBrown 0Brown
Brown A delightful musical program programwas
was rendered during the afternoon afternoonMrs
= jc jcIrs
Mrs Irs Stephen H babcock entertained entertainedyesterday entertainedestenIR entertaindyesterday
yesterday estenIR afternoon with a bridge tea teaat teaat teaat
at her home In East First South street streetA
A vase of white and yellow chrysanthe chrysanthemums ¬
mums decorated the dining table Eight Eighttables Eighttables EIghttables
tables of bridge were played Mrs Bab Babcock Babepck Babcpck
cock was assisted by b Mrs J R Walker WalkerMrs WiihkerMrs T lker lkerIrs
Mrs Irs Arthur Bird and Mrs Ernest Bam Bamberger Bamberger Barnberger
berger bergerA
m a aA
A few friends were entertained Infor Informally Informall Informally ¬
mally mall yesterday afternoon by Mrs Fer Ferdinand FerdlnandJ Ferdinand ¬
dinand J Fabian In honor of Mrs > Irs Gus ouatave Gustave Gustave ¬
tave Billings who leaves for her home homeIn
In Cincinnati CIncinnatiMrs
sfc 5c sfc sfcMrs
Mrs Charles Gillette will entertain entertaitLWtth entertaitLWttha with witha
a luncheon to be given Friday Frida at the uni University Vnlverslty university ¬
versity club clubA
k
A bridge tea will be given Tuesday Tuesda aft afternoon afternoon t terunon ¬
ernoon by Mrs Fred Wey Ve at her home homeIti
Iti East South Temple street streetA
4 4A
A 500 party to be given Friday afternoon afternoonwill
will 11I be that with which Mrs Irs John C CCutler CCutler CCutler
Cutler Jr will entertain enter aln at her home homein
in B street streetThe streeLThe streetThe
I <
The home of Mrs Irs D N Straup in inSouth InSouth InSouth
South Twelfth East street will be the thescene thescene thescene
scene of a oretty Halloween party with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which little Miss Cordelia Straup and andlIt andlIttie lit little littie ¬
tie Miss Helen Carthey will entertain a afew afew afew
few friends Saturday evening eeningMrs
> C1 C1Irs c
Mrs WInan will be be the the honored guest guestat
at a tea to be given Saturday afternoon afternoonby
by Mrs Philip DIx and Mrs D W Gaby Gabyat
at the Dix home In Second avenue avenueA
A tea will be given Saturday afternoon afternoonby
by b Miss Edith Mudgett at her home in inThird Inlhlrd InThlrd
Third avenue in honor of a number ot otyoung otoung ofyoung
young girls who are visiting in tho city cityMiss clt cltc cltnss city3lIss
c
Miss Irene LangtoiTwill LanglO win entertain a few fewof fe feof fewof
of her friends at a Halloween party Fri Friday Frida Friday ¬
day da evening at her home in West est First FirstNorth FirstNorth FirstNorth
North street streetMr streetMr streetMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Isaac Brockbank announce announcethe
the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Elizabethto
to H G Meyer of San Francisco the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding having taken place Saturday SaturdayOct
Oct 23 23St 3 3St 3St
t
St Marks cathedral cnth drl was the scene of a abeautiful abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful wedding last night when Miss Misslone Misslone Mlslone
lone Morrison daughter of Mr and Mrs MrsSeth MrSeth MrsSeth
Seth Warner Morrison became be ame the bride brideof
of Chauncey Percival Overfield Before Beforethe Befolothe Beforethe
the bridal party entered the church a anumber anumber anumber
number of organ preludes were played playedby I
by Organist A H Peabody among the theselections theselections theselectIons
selections being Cantilene Pastorale by byFlagler byFlagter byFlagler I
Flagler Dreaming of You by b Meyer MeyerHelmund MeerHelmund MeyerHelmund
Helmund an Intermezzo Macbeth MacbethEyre MacbethEyre lacMthEra
Eyre Berceuse by Babier Idylle Idylleby
by b Hammered and a Larghatto by byRead byRead byRead
Read These were followed by the Lohen Lohengrin Lohengrin Lohengrin ¬
grin wedding march as the party pro proceeded proceeded proceeiled ¬
ceeded to the altar altarThe altarThe altarThe
The ushers Warner Morrison Harry HarryShearman HarryShearman HarryShearman
Shearman James Hogle and Jasper Mc McCaskell McCaskell McCaskell
Caskell came first and they were fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by the matron of honor Mrs Rus Russell Russell Russell ¬
sell G Schulder Schul del who wore a beautiful beautifulimported beautifulImported beautifulimported
imported gown of white satin and car carried carried carneil ¬
ried a large cluster of American Beauty Beautyroses Beautyr0geS Beautyroses II
roses Following her came Mrs George GeorgeD
D Keyser attired In a charming gown gownof
of white lace and also carrying the Amer American AmerIcan Arnerlean ¬
ican Beauty roses Next ext came Miss Edna EdnaTunn EdnaDunn EdnaDunn
Dunn gowned owned in a charming dress of ofwhite otwhite ofwhite
white chiffon ci1lffon cloth over white messaline messalineand
and then Miss Carrie Sappington In a abeautiful abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful frock of white with gold trim trimmings trimmings trimmings ¬
mings After them th m cam ° the bride on onthe onthp onth
the th arm of her father fatherThe fatherThe fatherThe
The brides gown was a charming cre creation creation creation ¬
ation of white crepe charmense In the therincess theprincess thePrIncess
princess > effect with trimmings of duchess duchesslace duchesslace duchesslace
S lace and made en train Her veil of oftulle 0 0tulle oftulle
tulle was caught with a wreath of lilies liliesof
of the valley and she carried a shower showerbouquet showerbouquet showerbouquet
bouquet of white sweet peas peasBishop peasBIshop Ieas IeasBishop
Bishop Benjamin Brewster performed performedthe p rformedthe
the ceremony during which a Wellesley Wellesleyhymn W ellesJeyhmn llesley llesleyhymn
hymn and a nocturne by Chopin were weresoftly weresoftly weresoftly
softly played As the bridal party art left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the church the Mendelssohn wedding weddingmarch weddingmarch weddingmarch
march was played and the beautiful ca cathedral cathedral Cathetiral ¬
thedral chimes chlm s were rung rungThe rungThe rungThe
The church was wasbeauUfull beautifully decorated de orated In Inpalms Inpalms inpalms
palms and white chrysanthemums and anda
a large number of friends were present presentat
at the csrcmony
A reception rec ptlon following the ceremony was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given at the home of the bride In Seventh SsventhEast S5venthEast SeventhEast
East street to a few intimate friends of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bridal couple The parlor was effect effectively effecthel effectIvely ¬
ively hel decorated in a color scheme of white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and green while yellow chrysanthemums chrysanthemumsand
and ferns wer used in the back parlor parlorA
A large cluster of beautiful pink Chetney Chetneyross Chatneygraced Chetneyrass
ross graced the center of the dining ta table table table ¬
ble where tea was poured by b Mrs lrs Mary MaryGllmer Mar MarGllmlr MaryGiliner
Gllmer and Mrs Irs L LC IL C Miller assisted by bythe b bthe bythe
the Misses Stella Fabian Elinor Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art Carey Care MPshall Minette Baer Pearl PearlVan PearlVan PearlVan
Van Colt and Aileen Maclean Mrs Mor Morrison Morrison Morrison ¬
rison the mother of the th bride wore wor a agown agown agown
gown of hand handaT1broi handnhrokered nhroicered lred gray alik me meteor meteor rneteor ¬
teor cloth while Mrs Irs Overfield was at attired attired attired ¬
tired in a gown of black blacksllk silk crepe crepeMr crepelr crepeMr
Mr lr and Mrs Overfield will sail early earlyin
in November for an extended xt nded wedding wedillnitrip weddIngtrip weddingtrip
trip abroad and will be at home In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake after March 1
PRESIDENT SMITH AND ANDPARTY ANDPARTY
PARTY BACK fROM lOA lOAChurch LOAChurch
Church Dignitaries Return After AfterHaving AfterHaving AlterHaving
Having Dedicated Handsome HandsomeNew
New Temple TemplePresident TemplePresident TemplePresident
President Joseph F Smith of the theChurch thfoChurch theChurch
Church of Jesus Christ Of Latterday LatterdaySaints LatterdaySaints LatterdaySaints
Saints with the members of his party partywho partywho partywho
who attended the exercises of dedicat dedicating dedicatIng dedicating ¬
ing the new tabernacle at Loa Wayne Waynecounty Waynecount Waynecounty
county count last week are back In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and report the thetrlp trip an enjoyable enjoyableone
one In addition to President Smith Smiththe Smiththe Smiththe
the party from Salt Lake included Hy Hyrum H Hrum Hyrum
rum M I Smith of the council of twelve twelveSeymour twelveSemour twelveSeymour
Seymour B Young of the first council councilof
of seventies and David A Smith of the thepresiding thepresiding thepresiding
presiding bishopric bishopricThe
The members of the party were de delayed delayed delayed ¬
layed three hours in reaching Sigurd Sigurdno
no meeting being held Thursday Thur day even evening evenIng evenIng ¬
ing The party went to Fish Lake Fri Friday Friday Priday ¬
day morning and from there to Loa LoaMeetings LoaMeetlngi LoaMeetings
Meetings were held Friday afternoon afternoonand
and on Saturday and Sunday the dedi dedicatory dedicatory ledicatory ¬
catory services taking place Sunday Sundayafternoon Sundayafternoon Sundayafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe
The tabernacle which cost 527000 527000will 27000will 27O0Owill
will seat 1000 persons
I i I UNIVERSITY NOTES NOTESAt I I II IAt IAt
At the meeting of the Engineering so society society soclety ¬
ciety held Wednesday afternoon prepa preparations preparations preparations ¬
rations were made for a number of ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses to be made before the society
during the year yearAt yearAt enr enrAt
At the meeting of the Medical society
held Wednesday edn st1a afternpon the picture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the university medics as they appeared appearedIn aPJ ared aredIn
In South Temple street at tile time of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the President Taft parade which was waspresented waspresented waspresented
presented to them th tn by b The HeraldRe HeraldRepublican HemldRepublican HeraldRepublicnii ¬
publican was officially accepted by the thesociety theoclet theiociety
society oclet The picture which Is In a largo largoblack largpblack largeblack I
black frame will bo hung in one of thc thorooms thcrooms therooms >
rooms of the medical school schoolTho schoolTh schoolThe
The freshman class completed the draw drawIng dm dmIng drawing
Ing for their partners for the party Fri Friday Frida Friday ¬
day da night which will be an rin n informal informaldance Informaldance informaldance
dance at which only on1 membersOfthe members of the fresh freshman treshman ff0511man ¬
man class will attend attendThe attendThe attendThe
The members of the junior football footballteam footballteam footballteam
team which won the championship of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the school In the class serins met Wed Wedncrday Wednerday YellnCday
ncrday afternoon and placed their orders ordersfor
for their sweaters The university unl erslty athlet athletic ¬
ic council allows 325 for a sweater for foreach foreach foreach
each man manA manA manA
A meeting of the Mandolin and Guitar Guitarclub Guitarclub Guitarclub
club has been called for this afternoon afternoonA
A notice has been posted for fora a meeting meetingof
of the prospective members of a university universityglee unhersltglee
glee club clubDr clubDr clubDr
Dr W V V C Ebaugh delivered dpUve red a lecture lecturebpfore l lecturebefore cturf
bpfore the normal students Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon Ve needav needavafternoon I
afternoon on the chemistry of sugar m ar re lefining refining feCinlng ¬
fining The lecture was was preparatory to toa toa toa
a trip tripwhich which will be taken taJ n by b the thenormni thenormnistudents normal normalstudents
students tory Saturday to the Lehl sugar fac factory factory factory ¬ j
I
Y1CA Y1CAWar Y W C A MYSTERY MYSTERYBAFFLING
BAffliNG SECRET SECRETWar
War and Roses Only OnlyClues OnlyClues OnlyClues
Clues That Have Been Ob Obtained Obtained Obtamed ¬
tained to Conundrum ConundrumAn
An air of mystery pervades pen a des the rooms roomsof roomsof
of the Young Womens Christian associa association association association ¬
tion in the Brooks arcade To a disinter disinterested disinterested disinterested ¬
ested spectator there is a subtle some something sometJtlng sometJlng ¬
thing in the whispering that is going on onevery oneery onevery
every minute that is puzzling The word wordwar wordwar wordwar
war Is heard covertly and In the same samebreath samebreath samebreath
breath the members are heard to say sayroses sa saroses sayroses
roses Those who have heard these thesewhisperings thesewhisperings thesewhisperings
whisperings believe that there will be no noactual noactual noactual
actual hostilities despite the U1eword word war warowing warowing warowing
owing to roses following so closely closelyHowever closelyHowever closelyHowever
However there is something brewing brewingand
and the members of the association smllo smlloknowingly smlloknowingly smileknowingly
knowingly when approached on the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject but sidestep direct questions and andare andara andara
ara making practically nothing public It Itis ItIs Itis
is believed that some announcement will willbe willbe willbe
be made regarding the seeming mystery mysterywithin mysterywithin mysterywithin
within the next few days By persistent persistentquestioning persistentquestioning persistentquestioning
questioning a reporter yesterday was en enabled enabled enabled ¬
abled to learn that some plans are being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made that will be given to the public in indue Indue indue
due time timeOn timeOn timeOn
On a table in the reception room of the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Womens Christian association yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday was a large pile of square card cardboards cardboards cardboards ¬
boards On these cardboards were pasted pastedpictures pastedpictures pastedpictures
pictures of beautiful roses and some in inscriptions Inscriptions inscriptions ¬
scriptions that were kept hidden They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were closely guarded so that none but butmembers butmembers butmembers
members who are acquainted with their theiruse theiruse theiruse
use was permitted to view vle them Two of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the big cardboards however were placed placedIn
In Main street windows but the pictures picturestold
told little or nothing of the plans that thathave thathave thathave
have been made by b the association It is ispossible Ispossible ispossible
possible that further Information regard regardIng regarding regarding
Ing the plans may be made public tonight tonightas
as there will be a meeting meetingIt
It is expected that by Sunday some def definite defInite delmite ¬
inite announcement will be made as those thoseIn
In charge at the association rooms said saidyesterday sa saidyesterday III IIIesterday
yesterday that the ministers of Salt Lake Lakelikely Laltelikely Lakelikely
likely would be requested to assist the theassociation th thassociation theassociation
association in whatever tho members memoorshav memoorshavplannd have havplanned haveplanned
planned to do The ministers have not yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been approached but they will be visited visitedSaturday visitedSaturday visitedSaturday
Saturday and be given some Information Informationthat
that Is at present a secret to the public publicHowever publicHowever publicHowever
However the ministers may be permitted permittedto
to explain all on Sunday morning and if it itis ItIs itis
is decided to follow that course the Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da papers pli r3 may ma be advised of the secret secretand secretRnd secretand
and be allowed to spread it broadcast
TWO APPEALSARGUED APPEALSARGUEDIN APPEALS ARGUED ARGUEDI
IN SUPREME COURT COURTTwo
Two appeal cases were argued and sub submitted submltted submitted ¬
mitted to the supreme court yesterday yesterdayThe
The Bingham Livery Transfer com company company company ¬
pany against R D McDonald appellant appellantfrom
from the Third district court Judge C W WMorse WMorse V Vlorse
Morse was continued for the term The Thecases Thecases Thecases
cases argued were A V Hague against againstJuab againstJuab againstJuab
Juab County Mill 1I11 Elevator company companyappellant companya companyatpellant
appellant a from the Fifth district court courtJudge courtJudge courtJudge
Judge Joshua Jo hua Greenwood Neal eal McMillan McMillanappellant McMillanappellant McMlllanappellant
appellant against Charles F Durand Durandfcrmer Durandformer
former f rmer justice of the peace at Murray Murrayfrom Murrayfrom Murrayfrom
from the Third district court Judge T TD TD TD
D Lewis
12000 12000AMUSEMENT AMUSEMENT HALL HALLFOR HALLFOR HALLFOR
FOR TAYLORSVILLE WARD WARDPlans
Plans for a 12000 amusement hall for forTaylorsvllle forTalorsvllle forTaylorsville
Taylorsvllle ward have been completed by byArchitects byArchitects byArchitects
Architects Liljenberg and Sundberg It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is to be built alongside the present meet meeting meCtIng meeting ¬
ing liouso and will consist of a full base basement ba bament baSement ¬
ment and large upper room about WxSO WxSOfeet 40xSOfeet 4OxSOfeet
feet which Is to be fitted with a gallery galleryand gallerand
and stage The basement will contain con aln a abanquet abanquet abanquet
banquet hall Sunday school rooms a aroom aroom aroom
room for the relief society and a bowling bowlingalley bowlingalle bowlingalley
alley alle It wil be b built of brick and stone stoneand stonoand stoneand
and the interior wil be finished In yellow yellowpine yellowpine rellowpine
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SIX BUILDING BUILDINGPERMITS BUILDINGPERMITSConstruction PERMITS PERMITSConstruction PERMITSConstruction
Construction Amounting to 6100 6100Authorized 6100Authorized 6100Authorized
Authorized Yesterday YesterdaySix
Six building permits representing an anaggregate ana anaggregate
aggregate a expenditure of only 61000 were wereissued wereIssued wereissued
issued by Building Inspector A B Birth Hlrthyesterday Hirthesterday Birthyesterday
yesterday as follows followsFrank followsFrank followsFrank
Frank Roax R ux rear 126 North Third West Weststreet Weststreet est eststreet
street frame storage 200 200John 200John 200John
John Risse 385 5 and 5679 South Fifth FifthWest FifthVest FifthVest
Vest street two sixrdom frame dwell dwellings dwellIngs dwellings ¬
ings 1100 each eachA
A R Hanson 773 73 Ninth avenue five fiveroom flveroom fiveroom
room brick dwelling 2000 2000T
T C Davis 814 West Second North Northstreet Northstreet Northstreet
street tworoom brick addition SOO SOOr > 00 00I
I Spitz 1413 West Third South street streetthreeroom streetthreeroom streetthreeroom
threeroom brick dwelling 93 O
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