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THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 11
PURE FOOD LAWS I
TO BE UNIFORM i
Business Men Start Campaign I
to Make Statutes of State I
Agree
Manufacturers and jobbers prominent
in the buslnecs affairs of the city were
present Tuesday at a meeting held in
the COIAffiercial Club building when the
propositIOn to secure uniform pure food
Jaws In Utah and several 0 the ad
JOining states came up for discussion
us well as the proposed meeting of this
week which will be attended by the
food commissioners of two or three
states Tl11ard Hansen state dairy
and food commissioner and Herman
Harms state chemist were at the
meeting
It was decided to have a meeting at
the Commercial club Friday night
tthen It is likely that a permanent or
ganization embracing Utah Wyoming
and Idaho will be formed while other
states may come In later Among th > so
ho are expected to make addresses lit
the meeting Fridy eight are E W
Burke state food commissioner of
Wyoming J H Wallis food and dairy
commissioner of Idaho Henry G
Knight state chemist of Wyoming and
lommissioner Hansen of this state with
hpmlst Harms
It was decided to name a committee
to look after the entertainment of the
t iitors at the meeting and this com
t mlttlE Includes Charles W Mount J
H McDonald W E Bailey A H
Woolley Arthur Sweet and W H
Rowe Charles W Mount was named
as chairman ot the finance committee
of the local organization
Commissioner Hansen said Tuesday
hat it is proposed to enlist the manll
fa tnrtI and jobbers of Utah and
neighboring state In the organizaHon
to bE formed and to hold meetings
from time to tine in We various states
the first to be held here this week rind
subsequent meethgs In Wyoming and
Idaho Regulations will be discussed
making the pure food laws of these
states more uniform and bills aimed at
securing this uniformity will be pre
pared fQI presentation to the legisla
tures of the several states
lommesBloner Hansen Chemist
Harms and Deputy Hlber C Smith of
the pure food bureau spent some time
nt the food exhibit of the bureau at
the food show Tuesday and the 010
position of many of tile coloring sub
stances substitutes and adulterant
upd in the preparation ot fooos was
Explained to many vIsitors at the stand
Deputy Smith will be at the stand most
of thE time while the exhibit Is at the
show and th bureaus exhibit will be
rlapd later In Commissioner Hansens
offll
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NEWSBOYS BROUGHT BACK
Alleged Assailants of Frederick Foul
gel Will Be Tried
Frank Smith and Simon Levin two
youthful bond jumpers charged with
assaulting Frederick Toulger on the
night of November 2 will have a trial
before Judge J M Bowman December
6 Smith was arrested and brought
bark from Ogden after it was discov
ErEd the three young men intended get
tin out of the state and Levin was
captured at Cal1enta N AL yesterday
lhlle Shoemaker who fucea t similar
charger has not been caught
Fouiger was able to appear In police
ourt yesterdayCafternoon with hiS
jas In casts and bandages While
able to move about Foulgers condition
Is serious owing to the fact that both
jas are rigidly set following the
operations perfdrmed to reduce frac
tures on both sides of the face He is
compelled to take his food In the form
of liquid nourishment through a glass
tubE
Removal Sale
Big reductions In Wall PapEr and
Framed Pictures Will move Jan 1st
6 doors north of present location to our
new 4story building
GEO V EBERT CO
57 Inln
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NAMES CORESPONDENT
Eugenia Russell says Arthur Russell
is untrue and yesterday she filed a suit
In the dIstrict court for divorce She
namE s PaulinE Singerllng as core
spondcnt They were nlarrhd at Los
Angeles on JunE 2 190 The wife wants
her mrldn ism Eugcna I f1uernier
S1ab iJity
Waltham Vatches are as
perfect in material and con
struction as anything can be
yet a perfect watch may
leave the factory and be
damaged in transportation
WALTHAM
WATCHES
A jeweler will recognize and
repair any such damage be
fore he sells the watch The
moral isNever buy a watch
from anyone but a regular
jeweler
N BWhen buying a Waltham
Watch always ask your jeweler
for one adjusted to temperature
and position
CONSTIPATION
Inard Plies Fullness of the Blood in
the Heau Acidity ot the Stomach Nau
sea Heartburn Disgust for Food Full
ness at Weight In the Stomach Sour
Erudatlons Sinking or Fluttering of the
Heart Choking or Suffocating Sensa
UonJ when In a lying posture Dimness
of Vision Dizziness In Rising Suddenly
Dots or Webs before the SIght Fever
and Dull PaIn In the Head Deficiency
ot Perspiration Yellowness of the SkIn
and Eyes Pain In the Side Chest Limbs
and Sudden Flushes of Heat BurninG 111
RadW8yS
Pi lis
the F sh A few doses of
will free the system ot all the above
named dIsorders
2e t box At druggists or by mall
RADWAY CO NEW YORK
Insist having RADWAYS Pills
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TRUST COMPANY SUES
i BRAMWELLS ON NOTE
Walter Bramwell and George W
Bramwell are defendants in a suit filed
in the district court yesterday by the
Utah Savings and Trust company on
a note for 450 dated October 8 1908
and due in one year Only the ilJt rt
has been paid it Is claimed The note I
is secured br stock In the Morgan
opera f house fifty shares of stock in
the Bramwell Grocery company and
stock of the Crystal Springs Trout com
pany The trust company asks that
the security be sold
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0 Today Thanksgiving Sale
of Dress and Evening Waists 0
6 659 and 7 Waists 495
The most varied assortment of styles materials and colors ever shown in all Salt °
Lake and fortunate is the woman indeed who secures one of these beautiful
waists The sale embraces an imported line of handmade Battenbergs beautiful bJ
° Messaline and Taffeta Silks Nets and
95 handsome linen tailored Waists all the lat
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4 est models and designs in all the very new 495
° est colors and without doubt the greatest Q
exhibited
showing ever o
oa
An Enormous Sale of Coats o
0
Two E traor1 nalwMft2ml Lines 0
Coat vallle uP Coat values up to
UP1095 tO11 95
° to 15 today e 1650 today
Two sample linen secured br our eastern buyer at a great prIce reduction the saving being handed
right over to the trade They consist of the plain and fancy mixture made up in the seasons newest
W styles Many novelty effects among the lot A good representation of colors and sizes 0
0 A Line of Black Taffeta Silk 0
j 95
Petticoats
0
rade of good quality of silk deep knee flounce shirred also dust ruffle Just fifty In all 3 95
and while they last will be sold at
0 TWO EXTRA SPECIALS 0
a 175 Petticoat 129 Cllildrells Dresses °
0 Htatherbloom flounce embroidered extra good at material deep 1 29 395 w
n Allwool sergest and cheviots and the fancy mix W
Petticoat 69e
90 tt
0 c e lCOa C tures coed sailors and Princess styles Ages from °
Extra heavyweight moire black I only 69c 8 years up to 14 years A good 395
° at range fu colors at W
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Puts the SouthjT i Many
Hours NearerN ewYork
Salt Lake City people can now e gam to New York many
hours quicker than ever before lace the inauguration of
the new oneday train from Srfouis
The New York Central Limited
via Big FourNew York Central
To New York in 24 Hours
Leave ST LOUIS daily 845 a m
Arrive NEW YORK daily 945 a m next day
Arrive BOSTON daily 1150 a m next day
Returning the Southwesters Limited leaves New York 245 p m
Boston 1130 a m and arrives in St Louis 145 p m the next
day Leaving New Yore after the business day is over you arrive
in St Louis in time to take afternoon trains home or transact neady
a full days business and leave on evening trains
IT SAVES A DAY
Both trainsare the duplicate in magnificent equipment of the famous
Twentieth Century Limited between Chicago and New York while
the schedules offer service through St Louis equal to that through
any other gateway
You can sleep on th New York Central Linesthe Water Level
Routeand arrive in the morning refreshed and ready for business
at Grand Central Station in the heart of New York
ERWIN TEARS WARREN J LYNCH
Gen l Agent Passenger Deport Truffle
ment Passenger Ionnger
1017 17tll Street Delner Colo Chicago III
Thanksgiving Day Rates
VIa Oregon Short Line November 24
and 25 Limit November 29 City
Ticket Office 201 Main street
Stockholders Meeting
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Utah Ideal Mining company will be
held at 5 p m Monday evening Dec
6 1909 at 125 East First South street
WILL REES Secretary 1
5 Money 5 Money
Ve will loan you money to buy build or improve
either business or residence property You need not own
propertyin order to obtain a loan
Ve secure ourselves by taking first mortgage against
the property on which we make loans Call and investi
gate
THE STANDARD REAL ESTATE
LOAN COMPANY Inc i
w P MEDDERS Asst Gen Agent
No 403 D F Walker Bldg Salt Lake City Utah
NOW ns 11Ih1e tIlme to billY
Jcsu S lUl d D
ILo11s9 535 110 660
feIrms ll5 Do L 5 Moml1
ase1f11I11s = = IIOWJl1l9 Mrnithly
While you are building your home and paring for
your lot the property is increasing in value 6VOlY
day As an investment it is better than money in
the bank Real estate increases in value twice as
fast as the population in numbers Jackson Square
t
is in the path of Salt Lakes greatest immediate do r
volopment Within one block of a twelvaminute r
car serico One of the bolt buys of the day Yon
can secure a l tit now by paying 15 down and t6
m nth hereafter
lidail Spot 11 If r 8l liioiiiiie
High class 1 imp o lfp1e is lt a U 1 d f or t 1 fq
Nospecial assossments pNiJalJt r h <
R etween 2d ahd 3d East On ntl soom
See about it TODAY is good adviee
UDflMB1LL K q R1 DU L
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Land Merchants 30 Main
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r The law says that all bottledin
bond whiskey must be at r
i 1 least four years old
J But we say that four years isnt
sufficient to properly age whiskey
4 Old
1t James Eo Pepper
yY3 Bottled in Bond
4d0a
is at least seven years old sometimes
older So its a better milder
smoother more satisfying whiskey
than any other Please dont delay
trying it You must do this to
know of its excellence
Trade Supplied 2t
tm SmithBailey Drug Co
SALT LIE CTIY l TAlI
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Assessment No7 I f i
MOCNTAIN DELL CONSOLIDATED I
Mining company Principal place of bus II
Iness office of Elks Club building Salt C
Lake City UtahNoUce Is hereby given
that at a meeting ot the board of trus
tees or thE Mountain DeB Consolidated
lIning company held on the 8th day or
November 1009 an assessment of one
cent per share was levied and assessed
on the capital stock ot saId corporation
payable at the office ot A W Rajbould
treasurer of saId company at office of
Elks Club building on or before Dec
21 1909 Any stock upon which saId as
sessment may remain unpaid on the saId
21st day of December 900 will be de
linquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction and unless payment Is mad
b fore will be sold on the 10th day ot I
January 1910 at 120 p m of said day
to pay the said delfnquent assessment
together with the cost of advertisIng and I
expenses of sale
A W YBOUI4D Treasurer I
Office Elks Club building Salt Lake
City Utah
The Watch
Let us talk over your watch rl
qulrcmentlt with you Our sugges
tions might profit you Phone 65
fur the correct time
JDLL3Ra
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sue v + M ant
Established 1S1L D1 OtttCM
The Oldest and Largest
R G DUI COD
GEORGE RUST General Manama
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Neyldt
Offices 1n Progress BuUd1za Salt Lab
City
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MERCHANTS BANK TAKES I
IN SIX NEW DIRECTORS I
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Articles of Incorporation Amended
Increasing Board Membership
Prow Eleven to Fifteen
Six new directors have been added to
the board of the Merchants Bank of Salt
Lake by the election of Lester D Freed
vice president of the Freed Furniture
company C N Strevell of the StrevelI
Patterson company apd president of the
Independent Coal and Coke company S
W Iorricon wholesale lumber dealer
James H Patterson president ot the
StrevellPatterson company and Jo
seph E Caine of the firm of Caine
Hoop and secretary or the Commercial
club
These directors were added follow
ing the amendment of the articles of
Incorporation of the bank increasing
the number of directors from seven to
fifteen The other directors are Govern
or William Spry W J Halloran pres
Ident of the Commercial club John J
Daly H C Edwards vice president of
the Continental Life C p Overfield
manager ot the American Stoter com
pany A Fred Wey proprietor of the
Wilson hotel and H P Clark
Two vacancies yet remain in the
board and these will be filled In the near
future
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SWITCHMAN CRUSHED TO
DeATH BETWeEN CARS
Charles McGregor Son of Widow
Killed Instantly in Railroad
Yards
Caught between two freight cars while
In the act 01 making a coupling Charley
McGregor a switchman aged 24 years
was instantly killed in the Denver
Rio Grande yards at 1130 oelock yes
terday morning IcGregors body was
terribly crushed and he was dead when
picked up by his fellow emplojes a few
moments after the accident
cGregor lived with his widowed
mother Irs John Porte at Xo 46
South Fifth West street He had been
In Salt Lake about four years coming
to thIs city from Pittsbnrg He has a
brother living in Plttsburg TIll young
man has been employed by the Denver
Rio Grande railroad in thE Salt Lake
yards ever since coming her and wits
highly regarded by his fellow work
men He was a member of the Broth
erhood of Railway Clerks Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen Odd l Mows and
the Elks
Till body was taken to tlc E t
Ortonre11 undertaking establishment to
be IHIarcd l for burial
TWO BIG REALlY DEAlS
Tuttle Brothers Company Sell State
Street Property and Ware
house Site
Negotiations for the purchase of busi
I ness property in State street near
I Third South street were begun yes
terday anal thE Tufi1a Brothers Rott
Estate company received two large
checks as first payment on the proper
ty which will be formally transferred
for 3 consideration of 50000 or more
within the next few weeks
Details of the transaction will not
be available until the deal is com
pleted and it is probable that at that
time the plans for extensive improve
ments will also be announced
In addition to thIs deal Tuttle Broth
ers yesterday practically completed ne
gotiations for the sale of a large ware
house site just north of the new Den
ver Rio GrandeWestern Pacific pas
senger station
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WIFE LOCKS HIM OUT
Cop Unsympathetic and Street Car
Bumps Carlson on Head
Alfred Carlson of No 170 0 street
landed in the L D S hospital at about
8 oclock yesterday morning after hav
ing been locked out of his home by
his wife and having fallen from a Third
avenue car near First South and Main
streets Carlson was painfully cut
about the head but his injuries are not
I thought to be serious
It is stated that the man had been
1rinldng and that he had created a dis
turbance in the vicinity of his home
arlson appealed to Patrolman J A
Conyers earlier in the morning to accompany
company him to his home sing that
I he had been locked out without good
reason
I Mrs Carlson Informed the officer that
j her husband had been drinking for sev
i eral days and she was afraid to admit
him Irs D K Peterson owner of
i the house in which the Carlons live
told the same story and Patrolman
I Conycts rEfusEd to Interfere
DENIES THAT ELKS ARE
WHOLLY CHARITABLE
Claiming that the Salt Take lodge
Xo 85 B P O E Is not wholly a
charitable Institution John A Gro8S
beck county treasurer flied an answer
to the suit of the Elks yesterday in the
district court The Elks lodge paid the
taxes of 62169 this year under protest I
and then started suit It was the first
time ah assessment has been levied
against the Elks The answer of Groes
beck is a general denial of the claims
of the Elks lodge particularly with re
I lation to the claim that the property
on State street Is wholly used for char
i itable purposes
I ANGELLS DISAGREE AND
WIFE WANTS DIVORCE
I
Another chapter in the Angell divorce
was started yesterday when LdrsMaiy
E Angell tiled a reply to her husbands
answer in which she repeats her charles
against Albert F Angell that he has
been cruel They were married here
on July 16 188 The wife wants the
household furniture valued at bout
600 and 420 alimony to be paid at the
rate of 35 monthly and i5 for her
attorney The husband said she de
serted him I
RAILROAD RATES BLAMED
High Price of Flour Attributed to Dis
criminating Tariff
COfmis ion men and grain handlers
have hal before them for discussion the
question cf the high cost of wheat and
flour and cost of living In general her
as compared with other centers IHsh
freight rates are blamed and the asso
elation proposes to bring the matter I
before the traffic bureau of the Com
mercial club to see If another complaint I
cannot be placed before the interstate
commerce commission It Is sall1 that
the railroads In the fall give fair raw
on wheat for shipment into Colorado
and Texas When the market becomes
short tn thespring the railroads ale
said to charge a higher price for ship
ments from Missouri river points to
Utah

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