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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 3
SAYS NAMES WERE
LEFT OFF LISTS
Citizens Tell Councilmen That
Protestants Against Sewer
Were Squelched
DALY REVERSES DININNY
ASSISTANT ATTORNEY CONTRA
DICTS PRINCIPALS OPINION
That names 01 protestants to sewer
extension 220 to the extent or at least
20000 feet were left oft the list by the
city engineers office was the charge
made last night before the engineering
committee or the city council by prop
erty owners In the southwestern part of
the city who do not care to pay 226 a
linear foot for the proposed sewer The I
proposed extension will cost property
owners something In the neighborhood
of 175000
There were hundreds or names at
tached to the original protest which
was finally sent to the city engineer for
checking That was when L C Kelsey
was city engineer arid the present offi
cial George O Chaney wanted It un
derstood last night that he had nothing
to do with the proposition Former City
Engineer Kelsey reported back to the
council that of the 75000 eetn the pro
posed extension the protestants repre
sented only about 23000 feet whereas
45000 were needed to defeat the exten
sion
sionPpon hearing or this report there was
objection on the west side and the
council after passing the matter re
scinded Its action and kept the whole
business before the engineering com
mittee Last night this committee had
It out with several property owners who
have investigated the matter with the
result that the protests were sent back
to the city engineers office and the city
attorney for rechecking and for a re
port The property owners claim their
protests represent about 55000 feet or
the 76000 or more than 10000 feet In
excess or the twothlrds figure fixed by
statute and that through poor addition
and other oversights in the engineers
office OOOO feet had been thrown out
tithieh should have been counted
During the discussion an argument
arose as to the city engineers duties
City Attorney H J Dinlnn had told
the committee and the engineer that If
names signed to the protest were not
the same as appeared upon the maps in
the county recorders office then they
should bo thrown ottt But P J Daly
assistant city engineer was on hand
last night and had another view of the
matter He said that the mere fact
that the names on the protest did nat
correspond to the names on the record
ers map did not mean that they should
be thrown oft but that the city engineer
should merely report the matter to the
city council and have the council take
action
Says Opinions Conflict
Thats exactly the opposite of what
the city attorney advises us said
Councilman Mark Reedall
Bolt I dont give a look here
we may differ on this matter but I am
telling you the law retorted the as
sistant city attorney hotly You can
not throw them out simply because the
first names are not the same as on the
recorders books If the city council
ishes to take that action all wen and
good But the city engineer cannot do
it
t v There was more argument pro and
con than has been heard In the council
j
chamber for many a night and It all
ended tIp where it started The report
of the city engineer will probably be an
amusing and very elucidating document
when It is brought before the council
Meanwhile there will be no work done
on the sewer
Th public Grounds committee
adopted the resolution or Councilman
T R Black introduced several months
ago for the city recorder to advertise
for sale at public auction all of the city
land on North State street above First
North and alt the city property on
West Canyon road
The outline agreemer t between the
forestry department and the city was
tip before the municipal laws commit
tee and was referred to the city attor
ney to take up with the forestry offi
cials at Ogden This is in regard to
converting many acres of city land in
City Creek and Parleys canon water
sheds Into forest reserves for the pur
pose or conserving the cltys water
supply
The laws committee also looked over
the letter from United States Marshal
James H Anderson calling the atten
tion of the city to the fact that the city
could not collect the 135756 for paying
In front or the federal building as this
claim cannot be held against the gov
ernment The letter was filed and the
city will likely put in a claim later to
the rnlted States asking for this pav
Ing money
The old franchise or the Salt Lake
Suburban Railway company which ex
pired In 1903 was taken up and the
franchise revoked The street super
visor was Instructed to Inform the com
pan of this action and have them re
move the poles which were erected on
Second East street to Ninth South for
the purpose of building an electric tine
six years ago but which never materi
lIzCd
1 Property ownerlt In districts served by
ewer extensions li2 182 and 185 will not
have to pay Interest for the last year
and a halt This action was taken on
the letter from Gideon Snyder telling
the council that many of the property
owners refused to pay the Interest be
cause the sewers were not completed
and asking what he should do The mu
nlcipal laws committee took the position
that the city could not collect this In
terest and so reported The city will
have to pay the Interest on the scrip
given to the contractor for the work
anti will lose all or this interest amount
Ing to several thousand dollars as a re
sult of the laxity In completing the lat
erals Into the Intercepting sewer
Orpheum Tickets GIven Away by the
HeraldRepublican
Somewhere In the classified columns
of every Issue of The HeraldRepublican
be found an order for
vlll two seats at
the Orpheum theatre good for either
matinee of evening performance on date
Issue Tile person whose
of name ap
pears In this order will please present a
copy of the ad to The HeraldRepub
lican office before Ei oclock today to
gether with a positive identification
your last subscription receipt will do
Read the classified advertisements In
this Issue Perhaps your namg is then
HERALDREPtmuCAN WANT
ADS BRING RESULTS 5c A LINE
Decidedly the Handsomest
Hats in the city are to be seen at 3fe
hesydespeclall Correct and pleasing
In every detail
Real Estate vAlues arel increasing In
Salt Lake City The
HERALDREPUBLICANS
Classified pages tell you what to bug
and where
Some merchant Is advertising
to yoU today
Our Stunning Array
or exquisite furs are offered at prices
that will be a revelation to those eager
for luxurious fury
VFHsayc 11 VnlTl t
The store ads are full of op
portunity newsthe most inter
esting news In the paper to the
people who buy things Dont
you read a restaurants bill of
fare before ordering Dont you
read a stores ads before buy
inc
We Emphasize the Fact
That the price values offered to you
pow on all furs and millinery may not
be available to you again
tFHFevc 11 lIln ct
Only 250 to Logan and Return
Saturday Nov 6 vIa Oregon Short
Line for football game Fort Douglas
vs Agricultural college Special will
leave union depot 750 a m returning
7th
Just arrived at Ogden stockyards
tram Canada two cars ot registered
Longwool Bucks
BucksF
F H NEIL SON
s a
Job White Is here again Its time
Been away three months Independent
nhnne 326
SICKNESS
Many case of sickness would have
been avoided had a cup of good
Tea been taken at the right time
Nothing more healthy Ulan a cup
of
Hewletts
I
Uncolored Tea
2150
1750
1250
Three little prices for
three great values
Sample suits and overcoats
worth to UO eachdlvlded Into
three lots and priced at the
above unprecedented reductions
each one an authentic winter
stylebest fabrics and best
workmanship that can be found
In a custom tailored suit Read
the sale prices againthen come
Sample
Suit
House
State Street
Bungalow Theatre Bldg
LADIES J LADIES
WAISTS WAISTS
11
of waists in heavy
r A good assortment
Ladies and lisses waists extra good
sateens striped percales tailored ef I
quality colored percales stripes and
checks all sizes fects also white madras and 98c
special 69 c 1 fawns all sizes speciaL
Commencing Today and Lasting Until Tomorrow at 1 0 pm We Offer Our Entire Line of f
High Grade Millinery ailorMade Suits and Princess Dresses
I
AT THE MOST REMARKABLE
I
r DISCOUNT of ONE THIRD OFF
Without Doubt the Most Absolute and Positive Sale That Has Ever Been Advertised
1 T CW II M ell ranging Our Entire in Line of from Beautiful 1500 High u to Grade 7500 Millinery will be 331 47
in pr ice up
1 I ew r a l lnery offered at a discount of 3 0
All high grade beautiful and artistic creations of European and American artists and the country most renowned makershats
for evening afternoon or street all represented with a bewildering variety of styles and colorings and every woman of the city
should attend this exceptional offering
I WOMENS TRIMMED HATS MILLINERYAn Extraordinary Extra Special
Reduced all the line almost averaging one half
at prices along
Most remarkable values ever offered at Beautiful high class trimmed 1 A
4 95
this season of the year for such l low prices hats at this November sale at 1 Ohildrens school hats Womens and misses street hats a large
All handsome beautiful creations of nigh at 69 and varied assortment of col
class I milliners 1000 handsomely 1 trimmed tats I dainty ors and styles at 95
Ohildrens school hats
at 450 and 500 trimmed hats 295 at and exclusIve creations 595 at 89 C 500 street hats r large assort 2 45
200 childrens school hats men t to choose from
A most remarkable showing of h leT h eTra d e 98 C
I trimmed millinery ranging in price fm 1200 dainty creations in highclass mil at 600 street hats artistic creations a large
550 up to 600 at this sale t hnery at this sale 95 A large assortment of street 45 and varied assortment to choose 2 95
for 3 9 a i or 6 hats at from while they last at °
Entire Line Tailored Suits Coat Sale A magnificent showing of many 95 Entire Line Princess of Dresses
3313
Discount
at
3313 Discount
33 styles of the new fall cOatsvalues
This sale embraces messaUnes taffetas
at 9500 tailored suits 16 70 Up to i 650diagonals 1 coverts and fancy weaves ranging silks serges in price and as fancy follows wool weaves I
2750 tailored suits 18 35 grays browns tansall sizes from 34 to 40 a t 1800 princess dresses 12 00
at sale price
3000 tailored suits 20 00 2000 princess dresses 1335 I
at sale price
X3250 tailored suits 21 7 0 2250 princess dresses 1500
GLOVES
at Ladies Knit Underwear sale price I
03500 tailored BUtts
24 70
4 2500 ince5s dresses
at fleeced tests and 1 omens cashmere gloves good quality r princess 1670 i
t t Ladies extra good quality ro t C 2 V C sale price
tailored suits fleece lined
S37aO 2500 white and each per pair
pacts W 1 e an cream enc I 2750 Princess dresses
nt Doeskin lined 1 3c 935
1
Ladles mIXed wool and cotton
union
1 25 sale price
sa c
1000 tailored suits
70
26 Silk lined 50c I
butts cream only 1 eac I 1
at 3000 princess dresses
a 20
2000
4500 t t 3000 Childrens fine quality cotton fleece union SOc FOWNE KID GLOVES HIGHEST QUALITY sa l e fI1ce i
LOWEST PRICES
suits in white each dresses I
at 3250 princess resses 2170
4750 tailored suits 3175 The Marlborough oneclasp full pique seams equal sale price
nt hOSE to any 150 kid glove 125 3600 princess dresses 24 00 i
D I
000 tailored suits 3335 our price sale price
at Ladies ribbed wool hose fast black 19c The E11gcnie beautiful ocrseam glove in i all col 3750 princess dresses 25 00 I
55 tailored suits t
5500 3670 per pair ors satisfaction u1 every pair 175 sale price
nt Ladles fast black seamless cotton fleece 11c our price 000 princess dresses 26 70
tailored 1 suds tJ E I
6500 tal ore 43 35 lined hose per pair The Phyllis the masterpiece of the glove art made sale price I
nt 7500 tailored suits 50 00 hildrens fast black ribbed cotton fleece 15 C of best quality skins pique seams 2 25 4500 princess dresses 3000
Paris rice
It fined hose per palr points our prlce Sole price
FAMOUS FRENCH ACTRESS
TO MARRY RICH MAN
Mm Simon Le Bargy one or the most
beautiful as well a5 one or the best
know actresses of Fane who s soon
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to marry the enormously wealthy son
of M CasimirPerrIer former President
of France
FlORENCE RESIGNS
FROM MANAGEMENT
Local Theatrical Man Still Retains
Interest in the Play
house
Max Florence who was recently elected
general manager or the new Shubert
theatre has found it necessary to resign
this office owing to the fact that his
many Qtbet IntErests qulre all of his
time He still retains his stock how
ever and remaltls presldcl of the com
pany but a successor will be named
in the near future who will assume the
actual management of the theatre thus
enabling Mr Flolence to devote his time
exclusively to his interests In the mo
tion picture field He has arranged his
affairs however so that he can remain
In active Charge or the extensive repair
work which the remodeling of the theatre
has made necessary
Ur Florence Who Is popularly known
throughout the western territory as the
Motion Picture King has done much
to place the moving plcturse business on
a legitimate basis and hIs Incessant work
In this direction has contributed largely
to the present popularity of this most
Interesting form of entertainment lo
callY Other progressive theatre owners
have been Induced to follow his lead
and more than one prosperous manager
can directly trace hi success to Mr Flor
ences suggestions and assistance
In addition to being president and man
I ager of the company which owns the
Luna Isis and Elite theatres In this city
Mr Florence 13 president and manager
of the Trent Wilson Film Exchange
one of the largest and most progressive
film rental concerns In the United States
This company supplies all of the ma
chines film and song slide service re
I pair parts and supplies to 53 motion pie
Iture I theatres throughout the intermoun
tain countrj
In order to procure options on all of
the latest Improvement in projecting ma
chines films song slide effects and mls
I llaneous accessories and other Import
ant concessions from the leading manu
facturers In this line or business Mr
I Florence will be compelled to leave soon
i for an extended trip throughout the east
This firm purchases at the present time
I lover 1400 worth or new film weekly and
this amount will be greatly Increased In
the near future If the present plans arc
carried out
I Mr Florence will endeavor while away
i to procure a license from thc Motion PIc
ture Patents company of New York City
I the company which owns and controls all
of the patent rights on motion picture
I cameras It the company grants the li
cense a manufacturing plant complete
In every detaIl will be erected and
equipped and regular motion lcture pro
ductions will 00 released from Salt Lake I
which will compare favorably with the
products of the present manufacturers
FAMILY IN DIRE
NEED OF RELIEF
+ Mrs Thomas Butte of 521 North +
+ Sixth Vest street requested last + I
+ night that the attention of the gen +
+ eral pUblic be called through The + I
+ HeraldRepublcan to the poverty +
+ stricken condition or the family or +
+ Mrs Maggie Triplet +
+ The Triplet family lives next door
+ to Mrs butte and consists or a +
+ mother and seven children quaran +
+ tined for diphtheria and left destl +
+ tote
+ toteThe father and husband Is In the t
+ mental hospital at Provo Those
+ desiring to proffer aid can reach +
+ Mrs Butte at No 3167 Independent +
+ telephone +
+ + + + + + + + + + H + + t + + f t + + + + +
ICE TRUST CASE
Special Prosecutor Osborne Makes
Emphatic Observation
New York Nov UI want to show
that the American Ice company so tight
ened Its grip on the lee market that even
If this man towed an Iceberg Into New
York harbor he wouldnt get a chance
to sell a pound declared Special Prose
Cutor James W Osborne In court today
He was answering an objection by coun
sel for the American Ice company to his
line or questioning a witness at the com
pams trial for alleged violation of the
state antimonopoly law
Charles H Seward of Bangor Maine
an Independent dealer testified that since
1899 he had been unable to get a look
In at the New York market
FATAL EXPLOSION
New York Nov llTwo persons were
killed and nine Injured In an explosion
at the Charles A Hetsel comb factory
today Forty girls were employed by a
shirt waist firm on the same floor De
spite the mild panic all these escaped
without Injury
A
pOLITICIAN DENOUNCES
ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES
Winston Churchill who denounced the
militant suffragettes for the aggressive
actions of the English women Among
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his own constituents In Dundee he said
that while the tactics or the silly disor
ders continue there is no chance for any
government to give them what they de
mand
MORTENSFEST BANQUET
Apollo Lodge Danish Brotherhood
Holds Appropriate Ceremonies
in I O 0 F Hall
1
Mortensfest literally The Feast ot
Martin one or the principal hoUda s
In the Scandinavian calendar vas fit
tingly celebrated by the members ot
Apollo lOdge of the local Danish Brother
hood and their friends last night In the
L O O F hall
Preceding the banquet which with as
elaborate menu and happy toasts was
the feature of the evening a short pro
gram of musical and recitation numbers
was given Miss Annie Gothberg charmed
the gUests with a piano solo and Miss
Minerva Jensen recited In effective man
ner James Whitcomb Rileys An Old
Sweetheart or Mine
Dr A N Hansen acted as chairman
of the evening and toastmaster Those
responding to toasts were Villard Han
sen who gave the welcome Parley P
Jenson to America A B VUladsen
to Denmark and Thorwald Orlob to
Krlnden or The Women
The reception committee was composed
or Julius Hansen chairman Chris Peter
son Sophus H Lund Villard Hansen
Axel Jorgensen and A B Vllladsen
The observance or Mortensfest has Its
origin In two events The day was first
given over to the celebration of the birth
day of Martin Luther this holiday at
first being confined mainly to the north
ern part of Scandinavia The southern
sections took the same day for cele
brating the anniversary of Charles Mar
tels victory over the Moors at Tours
France in 132 the occasion when the Mo
hammedans were driven across the Pyre
nees Into Spain Gradually the two observances
rvances merged Into one and now the
day Is celebrated as Mortensfest not with
a strict religious view or the day as
might befit Luther but rather as cele
brating the victory of freedom over tyr
anny

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