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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUB ICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1909 n 1
JAMES D MURDOCHS D ECLARA S nON OF PRINCIPLES PRINCIPLESI
I will to the best of my ability safeguard the interest of the people in so far as I am able with the as assistance assistance assistance ¬
sistance of the council and the heads of departments There will be equal rights extended to all and special specialprivileges specialprivileges specialprivileges
privileges to none noneI
I will endeavor to bring about competition in all classes of public contracts and beg to assure all bid bidders bidders bidders ¬
ders that they will receive fair and courteous treatment at my hands handsI
I favor public improvements improve ents of all kinds that will add to the comfort and improvement of this com community communityEvery community ¬
munity munityEvery Every family in this city is justly entitled to a liberal supply of pure water Cement sidewalks sidewalksshould sidewalksshould sidewalksshould
should and must be extended wherever the people desire them and are willing to furnish the money to pay paythe paythe
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the cost of constructing the same sameSewers sameSewers sameSewers
Sewers should and must be extended in all directions and connections to same enforced in order that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the public health may not suffer and the everrecurring periods when contagiousdiseases cont contagious gious diseases prevail in our ourfair ourfair ourfair
fair city may be eliminated as far as possible possibleI
I favor street paving wherever the abutters on the streets to be paved shall petition the city council to tohave tohave tohave
have the improvements made in so far as the city is able to pay for its share of the improvements made madeI
I favor and will constantly endeavor to limit contracts in size and extent in order that the man or ormen ormen ormen
men with limited capital may have the opportunity to get their share of all public work and on all allIarge large jobs jobsto
to so divide the work that parties equipped with tools and machinery to perform part of the work may come comein comein comein
in competition with those who are prepared to do all the labor and furnish all the material to complete the thesame thesame thesame
same
I cordially recommend the proposition now under consideration by the school board of this city to Buildand build buildand ouildand
and equip a magnificent High school building that will be in harmony with the many grand school buildings build buildings buildings ¬
ings we now possess and be a source of delight and admiration to all friends of education at home as well as asthe asthe asthe
the admiration of all our visitors from abroad a and t > id will gladly vote for bonds to build the same sameI
I condemn the methods heretofore in vogue of the party in power taking the initiative in inaugurating inauguratingimprovements inauguratingimprovements inauguratingimprovements
improvements without the knowledge and consent of property owners along the line of the proposed improve improvement improvement improvement ¬
ment and carried out with the purpose in view of furnishing favored contractors with large jobs at exorbit exorbitant exorbitant exorbitant ¬
ant prices to the great injury of the taxpayers taxpay rs of Salt lake lakeI
I will extend the same courtesies to the man in overalls as I will to those of our citizens who may be bebetter bebetter bebetter
better equipped with the necessaries and the luxuries of everyday life remembering always that I too have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been a workingman and proud to acknowledge it itI itI itI
I firmly f rmly believe that public office is a public trust and theacts the acts of public men are fit subjects for public publiccriticism publiccriticism publiccriticism
criticism Public officers are the servants of the people and as such are responsible only to the people
Making the Standard Rye Whiskey of America Ame ca No 9 9Th
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Whiskey of America from the grain to the bottle bottleincluding bottleincluding bottleincluding
< including the bottle itself is inspected inspe ted by Government Govern Government Government ¬
ment officials officialsnot not once but constantly Ever Eversince Eversince EverI
I since the Bottled in Bond law went into effect the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government has been in in active suoervision over overCTood overTood overcoral
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Pure PureBOTTLED PgraBOTTLED
BOTTLED IN BOND BONDNo N NNo
No other product either made or sold jn this country isinspected is isinspected i iinspected
inspected so rigidly No other product receives such unqual unqualified unqualifird unqualified ¬
ified indorsement of purity from the United States Govern Government Government Governmeat ¬
ment mentWrite mentWrite meatWrite
Write us for a beautiful book telling the whole interesting story storyof
of how the Standard Rye Whiskey of America is made madeA madeA madeA
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TQTaket aker ScotchO Stch Oat Oatin fSj fSjin
in your family familyNovember familyNovember I INovember
November is i a good month to try it just just3o
3o o days Eat Quaker Scotch Oats O ts at least leastonce leastonce leastonce
once a day for thirty days b cut it out outgreasy outgreasyfoods greasy greasyfoods y yfoods
foods in proportion and nd watehthe vatc he results inthe in inthe inthe
the way you feelI feelYoull feel feelYoull feelYou
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is the greatest of all building bulldln g ga foods Its Itsa
a food for 365 365daYs days in the theyear theYearCosts year yearV
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CHICAGO CHICAGOTo CHICAGOTo CHICAGOUnion
To Union Station StationChica StationChica30 StationChicgo
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This is is only one of the advantages of the thethrough thethrough thetrain
through train ti tiand service of f the Union Pacific Pacificand acificand
and the
Chicago Chicagof Chi ago agoMilwaukee
f Milwaukee St Paul PaulRailway P PaulRailway ul ulRailway
Railway RailwayThe
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located in the heart of > the city fond thehotel the thehotel thehotel
hotel and shopping district is is most acres accessible accesible acresaccessible ¬
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sf f city 210 reams 135 baths En EnGrill Entlfih IRAW W 191 1111 p Wateoa Wat on Manager MaBReII ManagerIad MaaoarerVoo Br BrBell
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Royal Stale Bread Depot DepotOpen DepotOflel1 DepotOpen
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Thlrd Mouth Good G od bread very cheap cheapTwo cheapTwo cheapsp
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Leave Salt La LaUa ate a Route Union station stationlit5 stationZi46
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Special Linoleum Sale SaleO SaleFriday SaleFriday I I
Friday and Saturday at Madsens MadsensWe d dWe O
We have over 100 00 Remnants of o InJaid n aI and andPrinted andPrinted an anPrinted
Printed Linoleums Ino sums which will be a sold so out at attheir attheir
13 their theirThis value valueThis
This is your chance to get real bargains in Linoleum
Inlaid
4 12 1 2 yds Ys at 100 per yd
8 yds 3T s at 100 per p r yd
3 ydsat yds Ys at 100 0 per yd
6 yds at 100per yd
6 23 yds Ys at at 100 per yd
6 23 yds ys at 115 per pery yd
9 yds Ys at 100 0 per yd
4 12 yds Ys at 115 1 15 per yd
12 Ys yds at 115 per yd
7 12 Ys yds at 110 per PerY yd
10 1 0 23 r Ys yds at 90c c per yd d
12 1 2 12 Ys yds 105 per yd
All grades of Floor Oil Cloth at 25c 5c per yd ydif ydP ydn if
n u i4T A flLM FURNITURE FURNITURECARPET FURNITURECARPET FURNITUREir
P ir W vgy > M iYiAULI ADSE N CARPET HHHlHHiHii HI H STORE STOREHHHlHHiHii ST Hi HiSOUTH
51 to 57 EAST FJRST SOUTH SOUTHIT
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I r czf t sive sive as Imperiales Im eriales should have the largest largestsale largestsale
sale at the very clubs hotels and on the thetrains theu
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trains where men of means molt congregate congre congregate ¬
gate At least its surprising surprising until you try tryan
rL an Imperiales and find out for yourself how howpeculiarly howr
l r f4 < > i peculiarly rich smooth smoot and satisfying a asmoke atllIi >
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h cigarette has an individual cooling coolingmouthpiece coolingmouthpiece
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quality and workmanship unsur unsurpassed unsurpassed unsurpassed ¬
passed by any We are showing showingsome
some rare new pieces this week weekPhone weekcnrrlct weokPhone
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5 1 3 yds Ys at 35c c per yd
2 yds Ys at 35c c per yd
7 1 13 3 yds Ys3 at 35c c per per yd
10 23 yds at 35c c per yd
6 23 Ys yds at 45c c per per yd
6 1 13 3 yds at 45c per yd y
5 1 13 3 yds Ys at 35c c per yd
2 23 yds at 35c per yd
3 yds Ys at 35c per yd
3 1 13 3 yds Ys3 at 35c c per yd
1212 1 2 12 yds Ys2 at 35c c per yd
13 34 yds Ys at 45c c per yd
Stockholders MeetingNOTICE Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATa
a special meeting of 0 f the stockholders stockholdersof
of the Hero Nevada Mines company companywill companywill companywill
will be held on Thursday the 11th day dayof dayof dayof
of November A D 1909 at the hour hourof
of 8 p pm m at the companys office No I
506 Newhouse building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah This meeting is called for thepurpose thepurpolo the thepurpose
purpose of dissolving the corporation corporationand
and for such other business as may maycome maycom maycome
come com beforo the meeting meetingVAN meetlnCVAN meetingVAN
VAN D SPALDING SPALDINGPresident SPALDINGPresident SPALDINGPresident
President PresidentH
H M CHAMBBRLA1N CHAMBBRLA1NSicretary CIIAMD CHAMDFrRLA1Nsecretary RLAIN RLAINSicrotary
secretary
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THEUnited THELnlted THEUnited
United States for the district of Utah UtahIn UtahIn UtahIn
In the matter of William T Brooksvol Brooks Brooksvol Bmoksvol
vol bankrupt In bankruptcy No 1294 1294You 191You 1291You
You are hereby notified that the final finalreport fInalreport finalreport
report of the trustee In said case is isnow IIJnow isnow
now on file In my office and that the thesame thesame thesame
same will be passed upon at my office officein
in the Commercial block Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah on the 28th day of October
1909 at 10 oclock a m and the case caseclosed casec1osed caseclosed
closed CHARLES BALDWIN BALDWINReferee BALDWINReferee BALDtVINReferee
Referee In Bankruptcy BankruptcSalt
Salt Lake City Oct 18 1909 1909Read 1909I 1909Read
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Gold crowns 22K 22KBridge v 9500 OO l
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Gold Fillings 100 up
Silver Fillings FildngaAlt 7Bc 7BcAll 7 c cAll
All work guaranteed 12 years yearsPainles yearsPalnleR yearsPainless
Painless Extraction Free with Plates PlatesNotice PIa PIaNotice
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Notice to Contractors ContractorsOFFICE ContractorsOFFICE ContractorsOFFICE
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COLNTY COUNTYcommissioners COLNTYcommluioners COLNTYcommissioners
commissioners of Salt Lake county countYrAlt gift g tt
Lake City Utah Oct 12 l ISO ISOSealed 1101Sealed 1901Sealed
Sealed proposals propo als will be received at theoffice the thnoffice th thoffice
office of the board of county commis commissioners commlssloners commissloners ¬ =
sloners city and county building until
12 1 oclock m Monday th the let day Ua ay of ofNovember atNovember ofNovember
November 1109 for the work of construct constructing constructIng ¬
ing a cement or a steel bridge over Jar Jardan J Jdan Jutdan
dan river on Highway No 128 noutli noutlieighty li se 1A 1Aeighty y yeighty
eighty rods we west t of the Denver DenverGrande ft1 Rte
Grande railway station at Riverton RivertonContractors RivertonContractors RlvertonContractors
Contractors will please file bids for both betfca
a cement bridge and a steel bridge bridgePlans bridgePlans
Plans and officeiof specifications ficatlona can be exam t < < aM ¬ S Sfined
ined at the office of the county su surveyor surveyorcity Mlrvercity rueyircity = 3
city and county cou ty building buildingThe
The right is reserved re erved to reject any and alwlall andall a aall
all bids btddBy bldlfBy bidsBy
By oraer of the th board of county count eewmisaloners eew eewmlssloners e fB fBmls
mlssloners misalonersMARGARET mlsslonersMARGARET mls lonel1l lonel1lMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCH Bit
Seal County Clerk ClerkAssessment ClerKAssessment ClemAssessment
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Assessment No No1 No1P 1 1P 1P
P C LIME AND > STONE COMPANY COMPANYprincipal COllPAYprincipal COMPA T Tprincipal
principal place of business Salt Lake City
nah Notice is I hereby given that at a ameeting ameeting F
meeting of the directors held on the theJay 2tot 2totJav 2litday
Jay of October 1908 an aMdsement 8H MfJK1 > nt of We Weper Ie Iep e eper
per p > r share was levied on the capital sto stoof stvof stock stockof
of the corporation payable immediately Immediatp Jy r
to J L fay secretary 223 3 Comm Commdidl CommdidlClub r < Ul UlClub
Club building Salt Lake City Utah Any Arystock Anystk Vr y ystock
stock upon which this assessment may re rtmaln remain remain
main unpaid on the 2tth day of No November emhrr
1909 will wile be delinquent and adverttoid for forsate fillsale firsale
sale at public auction and unless un1e payment paymentis
is made before will be sold on the llth Utbf 11t day dryof dayof
of f December 1989 to pay pa the delinquent delinquentassessment deUD4ueittaSlJee denn4utilftassessment
assessment aSlJee ment together t ther with the cost of ad advertising ailvertising ¬ c certl
vertising ertl lng and expanse for sale saleJ Fe FeJ
J L MAY A Y Secretary
Salt Iak I > ak City Utah UtahDBMXQUEXT UtahDIUIXQUE1T UtahDBLiNQUENT
DBMXQUEXT NOTICE NOTICEFEDERAL NO ICR ICRFEDERAL a aFEDERAL
FEDERAL ELY COPPER COMPANY COMPANYLocation COMPANYLocation i
Location of principal place of bosittMs bosittMsSalt bUi bUiSalt bu InNO InNOsalt
Salt LaIc City 0tar UtahNotJ Nolle There Tbareare n Thereare f9 f9are
are delinquent upon tbe following de described described ¬ kip kipscribed
scribed stock on account of 6fe neB 1fteRNo3 neBNo east y y
No No3 3 levied April 23 3 1989 t the e sere several severalamounts s8YefJdamounts t i iamounts
amounts set opposite the namee of the therespective therespective therespective
respective shareholders as follows followsCert tollowsCert u uCart
Cert CartNo CertNo CertNo
No Name Shares Amt Y
31 W A Lee 199 1 t H
32 W A Le Lee 1MS II 19 1
33 W A Lee < 199 1 YM ZI ZIi3
83 V S Ayres 1 199 i 210 H
59 5 Gordon Grant part partof partof part
of 0100 100 100C2 19 19IM 1 M MC2
C2 Fred Dern 1M LM
90 a C 1 t Whitney Whtt 100
91 C L 1 Vhltney IM I It 5
92 t C 1 L Whitney 199 199IM 1 Ii E 11
93 C L 1 Whitney IM 11
94 C L 1 Whitney 199 1993f 11139E
138 139E E M r 19est We t Co Copart CoPlt Copart
part part of M 5 10
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Co part of 699 3f 31 J 6
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462 46 J UWalker R Walker M 1
539 Robert Peteraen Peteraenpart Peter Petersen Petersenpart n npart
part of 199 15 5 3 30
541 E C Hard part 0f sttt
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615 A AlHort bert oana Fare e lOt 699C54 18 18C 19M
C54 C 4 Sieetg Ii N Neel eel 1M Z ZC73 s
673 S H Knapp 699 1 1i31
731 TT A Lee SOM SOM74S 5 tl1 r1N
74S lea I o T Ba Badger ger 1MM I ISf 21
842 Sf ee Glockner 699 699i 5 1 1 1UO 1 1S90
i UO > 90 ilamaret E Malone ZM ZMS96 4
896 2 M West 699 i1 699Ssr 1 1SS 0 0SS
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mUll part of M6 3IS 65t 66
913 Natalie Townsend TOVDseJHfpar Town semi semipan
pan of Z99 I 9S S 17 170 1
942 94 John T Hodson 1999 1 28 961
945 91 C IT Poet part of offiO
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Knappn 967 n S tf Knapp Kn JlP Sj Sji 518 1000 1000St 1021
i > 72 Johh T Hodman 1999 1 zei St 21Iii 6
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9S7 RobPringle Robert Pringle Pringleprt Pringlepart r rpart
part of 10 lOU e 695 6959SS 12 118 IS
9SS 58 Robert Pringle Pringlepart Prtng1estart Pringlepart
part of 1M0 1M0SS9 fill 1220
SS9 Robert Pringle Pringlepart PrInglepart r rpart
part of 1999 1 Gel G t 1200
999 5 Robert Pringle Prtnglepart Pringlei Pringlepart
i part of 1999 I 699 1200 12006ie
1003 Charles Hawkinspart Hawkins Hawkinspart Hawkinspart
part of 199 25 59 68IGK 5 I
1006 R C Tisk 199 1 2W 2W180S
lees J Bourmrd Bour rd jrpart jrpart Jr Jrpart
part of MO 50 39i 3e 6 610
1009 A L Inglesbr In IMby 199 2 6ft 4
1011 John Kofoturoa Kolot lros W Ml It 1Bt 1Bt10lT tl
1017 Blnford Hnla 110 2 2IdlS 2H 210 21011i3
IdlS Binford A I Hulse 10 I IlEI 2 le
1076 lEI G T Sharp part of
100 25 i 50 59llJGSH 5 5112r
1125 llJGSH G S Hoar 100 Sgi ft
1194 F G Skllrls 350 708
1283 111 Tony Corak 100 Sff 2 2lJOJG
130 lJOJG G S Hoafc HOII Float 55 5 59 59130C
130C J H NI Nichols hOs MO 10 f0v0 uu o o13Zl
1321 S H Knapp 19990 700 OOOO 00
1333 S H Ht Knapp 5JW i e0 100 10000 10000And 00 00And a aAnd
And In accordance with law and an anorder anorder r rorder
order of the board of directors madeon IQ9deon made padeon
on the 23d 3d day of April tit 1 so many manyshares R any flnyshares anyshares
shares of each > parcel of such stock as aamay asmGY asmay
may be beneeessay necessary n esary will be b sold at tke tkeoffice tkeoffice theoffice
office of the company 207 ti D F Walk Walker R Rer
er building Salt Lake City Utah on onthe Oftthl onthe
the Ut day of July 1909 at 239 239oclock l3eoclock ae aeoclock
oclock p m of said day da to pay de delinquent lieIInq delingsent ¬
linquent IInq tlent assessments thereon together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with the cost o of advertising and ex expense expense expense ¬
pense of sale R W GNBKOW GNidKOWSecretary GNBKOWSecretary GNEKOWSecNJtary
Secretary
207 07 D F o Walker building Salt T rka rkaCity ako akoCity 1keCity
City Utah UtahFirst UtahFirst tel telFirst
First publication June 15 19S9 19S9By 1989By 1999By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe
the sale day of the stock of the Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral Ely E1yCoppef Copper company on account of ofdelinquency ofdelinquency f fdelinquency
delinquency on assessment No 3 Is Ishereby Ishereby ishereby
hereby continued until Thursday Thulsdar the15th the the15th the15th
15th day of July Jul 1989 at 23 31 0 orclock orclockm clock oclockp clockp
p m of said day at Room 2d7 17 D F FWalker
Walker i Walker llrA tItJl building C Salt l T Lake itA City Vtl CIty T Utah UtahR iL iLSecond b bR
R W GNEKOW Secretary SecretarySecond SecretarySecond
Second publication July 15 1519 1519By 09 09By 9 9By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe
the sale of the stock of the Federal FederalKly
Fly J y Copper company on account of de delinquency delinquency dolinquenep ¬
linquency on assessment No No3 3 fahereby Is Ishereby Ishere
hereby here b continued until Thursday the tho30th tlH30th the30th
30th dar dt of September 1909 at
230 oclock oclockp p m of said day at Room
207 D F Walker building Salt LakeCity Lake LakeCity LakeCIty
City Utah R W GNEKOW GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSfretary GNEKOWSecretary
Secretary SecretaryBy SfretaryBy
By order of the board of directors directorsthe t tthe
the sale of the stock of the Federal FederalEly FederalBly FederalEly
Ely Copper company on account of ofdelinquency otdelinquency = r
delinquency on assessment Nn No3 3 Is Ishereby Ishereby ishereby
hereby continued until un tit Saturday the the30th the30th o o30th
30th day of October 1909 at 30oclock 30 30oVlofk 30oclock
oclock p m of said day da at Roam
207 D F Walker building Salt LakeCity Lake LakoCity LakeCU
City CU Utah R W V GNEKOW GNEKOWfiecretarjr GNEIOWcretaq GNEICOWSecretary
Secretary cretaq
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JOSEPH H GRANT GRANTSAVES GRANTSAVESBOYSL1FE
SAVESBOYSL1FE SAVESBOYSL1FEPresident SAVES BOYS LIFE LIFEPresident
President of Bountiful Stake StakeRisks StakeRisks StakeRisks
Risks Death but Averts Im Imminent Imminent Imminent ¬
minent Tragedy TragedyJoseph
Joseph Jo eph H Grant of Bountiful who is ispresident s sprusuUnt sI
I president of Davis stake saved a young
boy bo from being crushed to death by a
Salt Lake Ogden railway train at 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclock I
oclock Thursday afternoon Mr Grant
had hadbeeil been In Ogden as a witness before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the interstate commerce commission and andreturned amireturned andreturned
returned as far as Kajsville I on the Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon ¬
gon Short Line train leaving Ogden at lla llam 11 11I llap
I p > m and had stopped stoP > ed at Kaysville to tovisit tovisit
visit his son Dr Grant At 3 oclock oclockthe I
the Salt Lake Ogden train from Og I i iden
den had pulled < l into its depot at t Kay I 1 1vllle
vllle illo and was waiting for the northbound northboundperserger northboundpuserger northboundpcrsergerto
perserger to pass passA passA I
A lad about 10 If years years eanc old was standing standingon stl1ndlnon
on the main track watching the trans transthat truuthat trulnthat
that had pullel PUll in on the siding all un unconscious unconscious unconscious ¬
conscious of the fact factthat > that the northbound northbounlltlain
tram was coming toward him at a lively livelyclip
dip < l1p and that he evidently was unnoticed
b by > the engineer engineerPassengirs engineerPussengr engineerPassengers
Passengers on the southbound train and anda
a luimber of people in the t e vicinity hadseen had hadseen ha1I
seen I en the boy bo ana expected oxpe ted him him to move mOeOlt moveoft
oft 01 1 of tht wry w i but he failed to do so ut uttil lJfUI uitil
til too late to t reach him Just at tins tl1i3moment thismoment tinsmoment
moment Mr Grunt came up to board boardth boardtlu
th < train and continue his journey home homeward lioimward
ward When hen he raw iw the childs prtiira prviicanrcot prtiirameiit preill1nllt I
meiit he caught cau ht thE youngster and ruiiPd I
him o off < f the track at t imminent risk 01 01ihf 01tust ofwt
tust + a8 t tbe IQ low lowa < 7fWh1 rll A Ab
b ihf cJothTnB C Othing of oft the Q t4t two 1 and andcatSing
cavingthrnt catSing thinl almost to rail to the ground groundwith groundwith I
with tIe fore of the current of air airspeotains airTie airTiespePtatns
Tie TiespePtatns speotains v were re greatly relieved at atsaved
being saved vert the necessity nece < E1ty of wltne witnessing witnessingwh s sns snswhat n nhnt
wh what hnt tt appeared for tlc moment to bt IJ an ana aflilkoftnbb auiaeiltabla
ilkoftnbb a and horrible iccident for in manother inanother inanother
another Instant the boy would have beenround been beenSround beenr
round r uml beneath bel1 nth the wheels of tha locomotive loco locomotive locomOll ¬
motive mOll As it was the realization of his hisgteat hisleat hisgreat
great leat ciarger e arger and rJdnarrow narrow escape came so sosuddenly sotudden1Y sosuddenly
suddenly upon the little fellovthat fellow that ne neA nera neixs
A ixs ra as so badly frightened as to be unable unableto
to tell his name nameMr nameIr nameair
Mr Ir Grant gently patted the frightened frightenedchild frightenEchIlI
child on the head spoke a few < reassur reassurlint reagsuIln reassurilrg
lint words to calm his fears then mount mounted mounttd mounted ¬
ed the steps of the car and both trains tiainsrulltd tro1lnsrulllt1 trainsmilts
milts out of the station with everybody I IftE1ng
feeling a whole lot better than if MrGrant Mr MriSmnt Mrrant
Grant rant had been unable to mak < j the time timeIv timely timely
ly rescue which his prompt and our nuragcous ourag ouragcous
ag agcous < Xus action Iabld ciabl d l him > Im to do
OREGON SHORT liNE IS ISMAKING
MAKING EXPERIMENTS EXPERIMENTSTelephones
Telephones Are Being Tried for the theTransmission theTransmission theTransmission
Transmission of Train Orders Ordersin
in Utah and Idaho IdahoThe
The Oregon Short Line is conducting conductingexperiments conl1ucUngexperiments conductingexperiments
experiments in Utah and Idaho with tele telephones tel telphones tf tfphontos
phones to transmit train orders ortlf The Thetelephone Thetelephone Thetelephone
telephone is equipped with a device which whichinckes whlillmkes whichinekes
inckes iirporsibU it for any anyone one station stationto
to communicate with the other without withoutc withoutdllng withouttilling
c tiling up headquarters first Headquar Headquarters ¬
ters when < n talking to tl one station can cut cutail cutail cutall
ail the other stations off the line lineSince lineSince lineSince
Since the eighthour law went Into ef effect erfEtt effect ¬
fect for telegraph operators It has been bwnJ been1ficult
J fticult 1f kuJt to got gr > t enough competent tek telcgtapho tekgnlplwl tekgraphes
gtapho and telephone experiments ex > priments Ire nreoeing ireoeing Ireoclng
oeing made with the view of lessening lesseningthe essenlngthe
the work on the telegraph wires wiresThe wiresThe wiresThe
The Santa Fe s system > sterr has inplalled tele telephones tel telphones telephones ¬
phones en two divisions and is using them themfor th themfor m mfor
for dispatching Ever Every train Is equipped equlrivdwith
with an emergency apparatus by b whi which whidtelephonIc whichtelephonic h htelephonic
telephonic connection may m b9 b cstiblsh fJstIIJIshcdCrom dfrom d dfrom
from any an point along the line it fle ft e nin l1lnutes ninutes em emutes
utes time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Denver h Rio RI Grande for f several severalyears severalyears
I years has maintained tolcphoin t at shortlistances short shcrtllstances h rt rtilstances
llstances in the mountains but they the ir anused irused r rused
used only for emergencies Telegraph T Tdlegraphcrtgenerally egraph < ri rigenerally Ngenerally
generally believe the use of phones phon will willadd wil1add willadd
add to mistakes in orders They The say it itis ItIs itIs
is a great deal harder to hear the tones tonesof tonesot tonesof
of a human voice than it Is the Morse Morsesignals MorsesIgnals Morsesignals
signals and point out that a word mis misunderstood misunderstood misunderstood ¬
understood by b the receiving operator la lalikely 11IIkel islikely
likely IIkel to be misunderstood by the sender senderwhen senderwhen senderwhen
when It Is repeated whereas in telegraph telegraphsuch telegraphysuch
such an error Is at once apparent
WEATHER PROPHETS BIG BIGSTORM BiGSTORM BAGSTORM
STORM SKIPS SALT LAKE LAKEStorm
Storm conditions predicted to reach this thisvicinity thl thlvicinity thisvicinity
vicinity today toda from the Pacific coast now nowprevail nowprevail nowprevail
prevail over the northwest and northern northernterritory north northernterritory rn rnterrItory
territory Rain and blustering weather is isreported Isreported isreported
reported from Washington Oregon Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho Montana and parts of Wyoming
Northern portions of Utah are included includedin
in tho storm belt but Salt Lake and the thesouthern thtsouthern thesouthern
southern half of the stat will escape escapePartly escapePartly escapePartly
Partly cloudy skies and cooler tempera temperatur tcmp temperatuns ra ra1ur
tur tuns > s are predicted for this locality localit to today today today ¬
day dayTho
Tho long range forecast of tho weather weatnerbureau weatherbureau fJU1erburl1u
bureau telling of a storin of Jmmensj pro proportlone proportlon proportions
portions brewing on the Pacific and cam 1umIng mmIng
ing the probaolo time of Its appearance appearancein
in varloui sections of the United States Stateswas alatoswon 1llatesWIUI
won accurate in most details Thu sud sudden Buddon suddon ¬
don development of an irett muof of hIgh oaro oaromatrio oarom3trlo uaromatrio
matrio pressuro served to push th the storm otormconter stormc stormcanter
canter c nter farther north placing Utah south southof
of its path

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