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NEW APARTMENT HOUSE 8E1Nfi BUILT
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i TUCK APARTMENTS
This elegant structure to be known
as the Turk apartments Is being built
on Second East street between Fourth
and Fifth South streets for the Tuck
fi ld esu When completed It wlll
rank as one of the most convenient
uptodptJ apartment houses In th
city Work on it Is progressing rap I
Idly and It Is expo ted It will be ready
for tenants by the first of the year
Each of Its four storms Is divided intI
three spacious apartments making
twelve In all fitted u > In most modern
style ndwood floorS with sound
proof partitions will be a feature ot the
building The basement writ contain n
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laundry and store rooms for the USI
of the tenants
Its location In the best of the resident
section and close to the heart of the
city together with its complete equipment
ment throughout will make it one of
the most desirable apartment houses in
the city George S Walker Is the archi
teet
EDISON TELLS Of
HIS HOUSE MOLD l
Invento Writes That Cement
Dweijing Can Be Put Up
ih i l Twelve Days
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COST IS ABOUT 1000
COMPAN TO BE FORMED TO
EXPLOIT t LATEST INVENTION
Thomas Edison known all over the
country as 1 The Wizard because of his
many mar elous Inventions has written
to a local ontractlng firm in this city
whose nam Is withheld by request de
scribing In detail his machinery for the
erection of cement houses and probable
cost of the machinery and the completed
house
Wizard 11son proposes with the aid
of Iron mo ds to build a iullslzed house
and have t ready for occupancy in 1
twelve dab To build n house at the
lowest cost It must be erected on sandy
soil as the material excavated from the
cellar with the addition of cement Is
I all that Is required for construction pur
I poses
This communication from Mr Edison
will undoubtedly proe of Interest to con
tractors and builders generally All the
materials necessary for the construction
of homes according to the Edison mthod
are to be found in this vicinity In any
quantity The letter follows
I am In receipt of many letters rl
gardlng nEwspaper articles describing a
cement house which I am about 40 erect
The writers of most of the letters hajoc
misread the articles and I tak this o l =
caslon to explain just what I propose t6
do I now have a model onefourtIi the
size of the house designed by New York
architects
I am Constructing iron molds and de
vising machinery whereby a fullsized
house can be cast In twelve hours after
the molds are in position At the end
of sL days the Iron molds are removed
and the house will be complete Includ
Ing stairs partitions mantels baths etc
and after drying for six days probably
will be ready for occupancy
Cost Is About 1000
To build thll house for 1000 It Is es
sential that It be erected on sandy soils
as the material excavated for the cellar
Is all that Is required to build the house
except of course the cement
The cost of the Iron moulds will be
about 25000 the cost of the other ma
chinery about 16000 From this outfit I
an unlimited number of houses can be
erected But houses cannot be erEcted
for the price named with a single mold
is the machinery and the men would be
Idle several das But If say molds for
six houses were used the machinery and
I the men would be kept in continuous em
pIOI11ent erecting from ten tQ twelve
houses monthly The patterns which 1
am making arc so devised that the same
patterns can be used to make over six
teen different types of houses
Companies will be formed that will
have several molds each of a different
design and will go actively Into busi
ness I have not gone Into this with the Idea
of making money from It apd will bl
glad to license reputable parties to make
molds and erect Iouset without any
payments on account of patents the only
restriction being that the designs of te
houses be satisfactory to me and that
they shall use good material but nothing
will Ix done until the experimental house
is erected
CADS s CONSUMPTION
It you hive catarrh dont tool your l 1
self Into e belief that it Is a harmless
disease II
At least nehalf ot the consumption
in the wor can be traced to catarrh
Here are soma symptoms of catarrh
If you hay any of them get rid of them
while the Is yet time
Is you roat raw
Do you loat often
Is your heath foul
Are your eyes watery I
Do you t ke cold easily
15 your rhse stopped up
Uo you lave to spit often
Do crust form In your nose
Do you ow your nose a great deal
Are you fosing your sense of smell
Does you mouth taste bad mornings I
Do you I ave to clear your throat on I
rising
Do you aye a discharge from the
nose
Does rou ous drop In back ot throat
Hyomei I guaranteed to cure catarrh
sore throa coughs folds croup and
bronchitis Ir money back Just breathe + 1
it In Con plete outfit Including hard I
rubber Inh her 100 extra bottles 50 I
cents Lea ling druggists everywhere
sell Hyomf F C Schramm guaran
tees It
Drop a ostal for our free book
Booths Fal ous People Booths Hyo
mei t n Buffalo N Y
MjONAI i I I I
CUres IndiQest on I
It relievc stomach misery sour tom
ach belching and cures all stomach die
ease or molieyback Large box of tab
leta1 60 cents Druggists Ul aU towns
PRIVATE LESSONS I
At Yolr OYll IIOnle
Or OJfice I
I agree ib pay Five dollars for the I
first private lesson In TOUCH TYPE
WRITINGsuffieient to enable me to l
use all my fingers with the option
of continuing the Full Course of 21 I
lessons for a further payment of 20 I
and such to Include the free use
of a type machine for three months
at the add ess below
Name J
Address
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Car totak
Phones
I desire l rIvate lessons In shorthand
and will In < y 10 for the first four les
sons with your gUArantee that I shall
be able to write shorthand notes aCa
quieker speed than longhand writing
and I claim thE option of completing
the FCLLCOURSE of 21 lessons on
paying a farther sum of 10 I desire
the first lesson at the address given
below and for other lessons 1 agree
to receive private tuition at the offices
of the Set < en Institute 35 Mercantile
block as and when convenient within
12 months
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Name
Address i
Car to take
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To the Seven Speedy Shorthand
Institute ys Mercantile block Salt I
Lake CityBell phof1 1i1
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I Y + uil Find Ample Opportunities
To practice economy in buyIng at Me
hess Note the bargains to be found
In our special Hat tables and wonder
ful value giving on furs
1EHESYS 156 Main SJ
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Toys Toys Toys
Our retail department opens Saturday
Nov 20
C R SAVAGE CO 12 and 14 Main
Aches and Pains
No remedy that I have used has
been so sure a cure for pain of every
kind as Dr Miles AntiPain Pills
They are a sovereign remedy for
pain MRS H BRADIEN
Rapids 1Jaine
Pains are in the nervesall feeling
is headache toothache neuralgia
sciatica rheumatic pains backache
etcTheyre all there but in dif
ferent partsIts nerve trouble
Dr Miles AntiPain Pills
relieve the nerve irritation and the
pain subsidesthafs all no derange
ment of the stomach no disagreeable
aftereffects Thats why they are
so popular with those that use them
The first package will benefit If not
your druggist will return your money
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SeUing at 20c 2Se and SOe on the Dollar I
7k Y 4v AS A MOTHER KNOWS CURfEW RINGS
Ii ER H Ill ON CLOTHING PRICES
Mens and Youths Suits and
1 We know that you cant match 1 f
these prices on Ladies Suits Its Overcoats
7 an outrage to sell such fine Suits so Are being sold here at 50c on the
w eheal1 But oh theyve got to go dollar The selection is large the
The Prices Here They Are savings enormous Come be quick
t 1500 2000 and 2200 Fall This is not an every day occurrence
t Suits 795 Its posItIvely a wonder sale The
2500 and 2750 Ladies prICes
r 12 mens and youths suits and 59S
Fall Suits 1145 overcoats
i 3000 and 3200 Ladies 15 overcoats mens and youths suits and 745
Fall Suits 1445 20 mens and youths suits and 995
3500 and 4000 ladies overcoats
21 mens and youths suite and 1045
Fall Suits 1795 overcoats
The Benefits I Are Y ours 25 overcoats mens and youths suits and 4245
x 28 mens and youths suits and 1395
a 1 uh NOT A MATTER Of wait overcoats no longer gentlemen I Buy now The 1
above suits and overcoats are in perfect condi
SENllMEMT tion
The Benefits Are Yours
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But of Savings and Good Sense
Big savings too We defy any EVERYBODY WHO IS
one in the cloak and suit business
ANYBODY
to equal the values we offer on
x these Will come here for their winer
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b Ladies Dresses wearing apparel wants
The prices cannot be equalled PRICES BLOWN TO PIECES t
1 4 They stand alone On eycy article i the house Pos
j Let Tour Y eyes rest on these fig itively nothing reserved Every 1
1 ores thing that is anything will be sold tr
2200 2500 and 3000 Dresses No matter what yon needif you a
Your unrestricted choice are a man won ° hiId we hal 1
° o ANY LADIES ANY LADIES what YOU want ice far less ft i 1
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THE HOUSE THE HOUSE than you can possibly lll1ugnlP
1 The Benefits Are Yours The Benefits Are Yours
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Vigilance Is the Price of Safety
WARNING A little vigilance on your part will save
a you many a dollar Walt
Stand aloof from stores who are trying to
mislead the public by placarding their front with signs reading i t MAIN
y ENTRANCE no FIRE no SMOKE Before entering look for the namE
BARONS Do not be misled by unscrupulous methods LOOK BE
FORE YOU ENTER Theres only one Fire Sale Barons is the placE
f entieth CamiryM efhads 1 eth if 39f1 ry hrentieth tinfuY lPfhods 1 enh trCI1turyt di
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WhyDont You Try
Why dont you try to be happy That
Is if you are weak and nervous why
ont you try Sexlne Pills They are
the best tonic in the world simply be
cause they are the best tar any form
of weakness in men and women Be
sides they are guaranteed Price 1 a
box six boxes 5 with full guarantee
Address or call F J Hull Drug Co
The Never SubsUtutors corner Sec
ond South and West Temple streets
Removal Sale
Big reductions In Wall Paper and
Framed Pictures Will move Jan 1st
6 doors north ot present location to our
new istory bUilding
GEO W EBERT R CO
57 Main
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Dinner iI i I
To be enjoyable must be cooked I
right The turkey must be i
roasted in a Savory bluod I
steel roaster
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We Have
Them at 1 15 I
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Only I
Carving sets and table cutlery I
in best qualities
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S ott Hardware Co
Phones 748 168 So Main
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Making the Standard Rye WhIskey of America No 5
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Rye Vhiskey ofAmer RiI IDl JfI c
ica is made + is recog 11 I 1If iiirt r I t f r g s n nt k
nized among distillers t 1il = f w
as the model of distil a
lery construction i
The most scientific methods
of distillation are employed here under ideal
conditions in making
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BOTTLED lll 50U3
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Pure
BOTTLED IN BOND
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The rich distinctive flavor of this fine old whiskey
is not the result of chance but is due to scientific
precision from grain to bottle directed with the
loving care of three generations Since 1857 ri r telling
Write us for a beautiful book telling the whole interesting story
of how the Standard Rye WhlSkey of America is made
A Guckenheimer Bros Distillers Pittsburg Since 1857
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Boston DentaH ParRors
NEW LOCATION 20 MAIN STREET
SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR 30 DAYS
1600 set of teeth 1750 Gold crowns x00
No better made at any price Bridgework per tooth g5 oe
Porcelain gold and sHver fillings at reasonable prices for honest work
No students employed PaInless extracting 0 specIalty Ottlc open
evenings and Sundays All work guaranteed
Ind Tel 1219 DR BOYD Mgr I
Toys Toys toys
Mehesys Furs and MIllinery
Our retail department opens Saturday
Nov 20 Iertt makes them famous Salp prilS
C R SAVAGE CO12 ana H Main prevail 156 Main St
WOMAN IS RECOVERING
Emma Rogers Who Was Shot in Los
Angeles Is Likely fa Get
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Unless complications arise Emma Rog
ers the young Salt Lake woman who was
shot at Los Angeles one week ago last
Monday will recover This was the word
received from Chief of Police Dishman
of Los Angeles by A II Rogers father
of the Irtjured woman yesterday and
with this cheering message also came the
information that the pollle had found
3079 belonging to the woman
Mr Rogers who lives at Xo 2121 West
First North street has not given up the
theory that an attempt was made to tate
his daughters life The letter from Chief
Dishman states that a money belt belong
Ing to the Rogers woman was not found
The father is sure that this must have
ben stolen from her after the shooting
Chief Dishman does not encourage the
Idea of foul play In his letter but states
that the woman was wounded twice In
the right side and that the wounds might
have been Inflllted by her own hand A
letter from J S Rogers an uncle of the
young woman gives hopes for her re
covery
NEW INDUSTRY BORN AT
flAX GROWERS MEETING I
Assurances Received That Hundreds
of Acres Will Be Cultivated
During 1910
Men Interested In the starting of a new
industry In Utah that ot flax growing
on a large scale met at the Fifteenth
ward meeting house last night to discuss
plans If nothing miscarries many hun
dreds of acres of flax in various parts
of the state will be under cultivation next
spring EveV pound of the harvest will
be bought b3 the Utah Flax Growing
and Milling company a new concern
which already has completed plans for
the establishment of a plant In Salt Lake
for the manufacturing oC linseed oil and
byproducts
Frank E Vlckery one of the stockhold
ers of the new company was the princi
pal speaker last night He reviewed the
possibilities oC big profit from flax grow
ing both to the farmers and to the com
munity I1S a whole Otter speakers were
John Riley chief promulgator of the Idea
D Bowring another stockholder and
D F Collett representing the Utah
Manufacturers association That body
has promised full support
That flax can be profitably grown In
all parts of the state both In the high
lads and the lowlands has been demon
strated at the Utah Agricultural college j
DIMINUTIVE KOREAN IS I
CARRIED BY POliCEMAN iI I i I
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Prisoner Tries Jiu Jitsu on Brawny I
Sergeant and Is Held Up by
the Heels
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Tingty eight pounds of squirming jlu I
jitsu Came Into the pOlice station last
night tucked under the arm of Sergeant
E Y Johnson hlms21f representing St
pounds of Salt Lake police brawn and
muscle The prisoner was still writhing
In an effort to apply the elbow twist
I or the wrist rocker on the stalwarts
geant when the sergeant held his captive
up to the view of the desk sergeant fet
uppermost and a voice from the other
extremity humbly said his name was Ten
San and a native of Korea
Sergeant Johnson encountered the di
minutive exponent of the far Easts great
est fighting game In Plum alley Not
withstanding that the bulk of the police
officers form towered far above him
and he could not much moro than seize
the sergeants wrist Ten Sansprang > upon
the officer Sergeant Johns6n dldnt take
the attack seriously enough until a fiery
pain shot up his left forearm and he dis
covered that two tiny thumbs were press
Ing something like an electric battery
In his wrist which he had not known ex
Isted until that moment
The officer first tried to slap his as I
fhilant free with his open hand but this
failed By this time the little Korean
hall secured an elbow hold and only
the fact that the officer was wearing a
heavy coat saved him from a fractured
arm As It was It required all of his
strength to shake the Korean loose
Ten San next tried to attack the offi
cers knees and was in a fair way to ac
complish his purpose when 230 pounds
of police sergeant lost hIs patience and
tucking the Korean under his arm as
though he were a small boy he tri
umphantly carried his bundle of jlu jitsu
to the station and held It up by th
ankle until he promised to be good
Ten San was charged with drunkenness
HE dairld that 111 did not understand
tie English language
i i RAILWAY CLERKS BALL
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Salt Lake Lodge of Brotherhood Will
Give a Dance Tonight in the
Odeon
Salt Lake lodge Xo 79 Brotherhood oC
Raihay Clerks will > give the third an
nual grand ball at the Odeon dancing
academy tonight Over SOO tickets have
been distributed and the committeemen
expect that the attEndance will be greater
than at the second annual ball last No
vember when more than roo couples were
on the floor Floor and reception com
mittees are making an effort to make this
the most successful ball ever given in
Salt Lake and they promise an excellent
time to all who attend
CONCERT WILL BE GIVEN
AT FIRST M E CHURCH
An excelllnt program has been pre
pared for the concert which will be giv
en tonight at the First Methodist Epis
copal church Instrumental and vocal
numbers will bE rendered by some of
the best talent In the city and after the
program light refresiments will De
served Those In charge of the affQlr
have made elaborate plans for the enter
tainment and promise a most pleasant
evening for those In attendance
I I UNIVERSITY NOTES I
II I I
At the meeting of the students execu
tive board Wednesday afternoon the Uni
versity Chronicle was given 1jOO out of
the students 6 fund
Dr A C Behle delivered a most Inter
esting lecture Thursday afternoon The
doetor explained the use of the Xray in
medicine 1
Miss Maud MayBabcock has selected
the cast that will play Trelawne of the
Yells The cast Tom Much Spencer
Felt FerdInand jadd Roger W Pow
ers James Fefler Clifford shby Rose
Trtlawno Erma Bitner A Bunn Edna
Hull Mrs Fetler Ella Henderson Imo
gen Parrot Laura Paulson Sir William
Goe Benjamin F Howells Clara de
Farms Vivian TiJlhurst Trafalgar Gow
er Alice Hurst Captain de Forim John
Cook Mrs lorSP Jennie Ryan 11r
Abbett H A Johnson
The Utah Society of Engineers will
meet In room 702ot the Newhouse build
Ing on Now 19 at oclock F S Mc
Gregory A B Vllladsen and J 1L VII 1
ladsen will speak
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Sophomord students are wondering
where they studentswhen they have
succeeded In paying for their 12 nu
merals on the smokestack back of the
university The raelllt decided not to
accept the chimney with the numerals in
placE and It was also decided to have the
committee In charge of the work see to
the removal of the numerals and charge
the sam to tJle sopltouore clasS The
bill Is 25 There Is no money in the
treasury to pay for the prank
I
OREGON SHORT LINE MAN
IS GIV j APPOINTMENT
c H Jenkinson has been appointed as
sistant treasurer of the Oregon Short
Line with offices In Salt Lake The title
assistant treasurer does not mean that
Mr Jenkinson Is not the treasurer oC
the Short Line Ills superior Is General
Treasurer Crosby of the HarrIman affil
Iated lines with offices In New York I
but In all matters pertaining to the Short
Line Mr Jenkinson has the entire duties I
I of treasurer to perform I
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