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14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909
COMMERCIAL CLUB
ADDS 29 9 MEMBERS
Board of Governors Approves
Awarding Contract for
Fine Furniture
ANNEXATIONS ARE FAVORED
COMMITTEE WILL AID TOWNS
WANTING TO sE PART OF CITY
buad nf linnOlll of the Com
rr id dub luind its meeting yesterday
usual iigraitance In the various
ii i r i irresvnttd to the members There
tin mati of passing upon the fur
LIgs ioirmiite 3 award for the in
d icciiruiKii and fitting up of the
luti hvumg the acceptance of 29
umbers of the club and the ac
taktn wldl will interest the club
Ixitlv m tie endeavor to extend
mnt < of Salt Lake to include a num
I i th fiIIIlban I towns that are now
1111 the nefits i of metropolitan as
ilH no
nieiings committee presented a
t j t d I tailing their action in awarding
iuuiot for the interior decoration
I iiuuishiiig I of the first four floors
i u HW iiuilding j ata cost of over
I < is tod in yesterdays HeraldRe
j tii In the submission it the re
i JSamuel Newhouse a member of
minute summed up the opinion of
iwork rs in the broad emphatic
u Mt Uiit the new home of the club
V 01 i k i on > of the most handsome in
i uI i States when the contract was
1 Idllld I l The action rf the committee
proved by unanimous vote of the I
d if governors
H Miggeetion that the Commercial
lik i an active part in the endeavor
t ni I 1 tho city by including the sub
i towns before the next cnsus In
was received with favor bv the
i and the matter referred to TTe
iiuttee on promotion of which W P
an ardent extensionist is chair
I The committee will submit a re
o t > the board at the next meeting
l u tIne some definite plan of action
TwentyNine New Names
entynlne names added to the
J LHrL i I hip roIl two of Which were 10
t miiits tre George D Blood
L iig enginMr William Bowen man
r fruie ct > iiium Charles G Carlson
T th i lee < L Storage company Walter
FIllIler ot Ciinkline Mass mining
if Kowe Ctiilune Utah orchardist
S H tlinniiiBiitui manager Continental
JnMiranr company L G Din
Yo mioodey Furniture company
U JoraB contractor John Dorius
I > tate aud builder A J GUlls con
r Nels G Hall assistant manager
n Savings Trust company I C
IL l Itaer Bros Mercantile company
I Johnson Johnson Cornice Works
M Hopfenbeck Hopfenbeck Shift
T i Works Abe iieeklng jr Honu
ge company E A Midgley
Bros PltMbbing company Di
> I f 1 McEnany dentist A N Me
Km jiioinrrfnn Angus McK jr real
ettat Joel Nibit v attorney A K II
Ptteson vice president Peterson Real
Estate Investment company O F
Pettrson president and treasurer Peter
son Real Estate Investment company
Fred J Rieger merchant Orson P Ru
mel public accountant Thomas W Sloan
assistant manager Utah Savings Trust
company S W Taylor undertaker S
It Thurman attorney Benner X Smith
and A B Irvine
At the meeting Samuel Newhouse ten
dered his check for SPO towards the
Fisher Harris home fund increasing the
total subscriptions to date to 8209
The matter of the annual banquet of
the club usually held during Christmas
wee was discussed but after consider
able consideration it was decided to post
pone the event this season until the new
club home is occupied when the affair
will be held in the nature of an at
home
SUIT IS A MISTRIAL
Foundry Company Must Pay Costs of
Its Case
Judge T D Lewis of the district court
yesterday decided that the suit of the
Utah Foundry Machine company
against the Utah Gas Coke company
wan a mistrial because of arguments made
to the Jury by George M SuWvan attor
ney for the foundry company Costs were
taxed to the plaintiff The foundry com
pany brought suit for 28599 for materials
furnished the gas company between De
cember 1907 and May 1908
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IMPORTATIONS ALL IN
Customs Inspector Says Foreign
Goods Have Arrived
Practically all the goods which are be
ing imported to Salt Lake from foreign
ports for the holiday season have been
received In the city according to J J
Greenewald inspector of customs in the
port of Salt Lake The next sixty days
are expected to be quiet this condition
of affair prevailing usually during the
months of December and January
GO TO fEDERAl PRISON
Men Convicted of Violating United
States Statutes Taken to
Leavenworth
James H Anderson United States mar
shal for this district left Tuesday for
Leavenworth Kan having In custody A
L Williams and Ren Sailor who were
sentenced In the United States court here
Monday to imprisonment In the govern
ment prison at that point for over a
yearWilliams received a sentence of one
year and two days from Judge Page
Morris on the charge of violating a
United States statute by obtaining sums
of money ranging from 110 to 30 from
four women In this city by representing
himself to be an employe of the internal
revenue department
Sailor was sentenced to a thirteen
months term on the charge of taking
money from registered letters while in
the railway mail service
Marshal Anderson is expected back
early next week
Luclen H Smyth deputy In the office
of Marshal Anderson was in the south
ern part of the state Tuesday on busi
ness connected with the marshals office
A private safe may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per year and upwards
p
New type new presses and competent
help mean firstclass printingwe have
them Century Printing Coupany 5657
Poatoffice Place
MACKAYS LATEST GIFT
Reno Nev Nov According to a
statement given out today Clarence Mac
kay has made an additional donation of
15000 for the Improvement of the Mackey
athletic field of the University of Ne
vada
Honored by Women
When a woman speaks of her
silent secret suffering she
trusts you Millions have be
I stowed this mark of confi
dence on Dr R V Pierce
of Buffalo N Y Every
where there are women who
I n illi I bear witness to the wonder
I Jlj working curingpower of Dr i
FwIX nJ O tl t Pierces Favorite Prescription I
I l which saves the suffering sex
I 1IC f fret pain and successfully
I lti grapples with womans weak
jss
1J1 I nesses and stubborn ills
IT MAKES WEAK VON STRONG
IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL
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No womans appeal was ever misdirected or her con
fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice to
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l 1t the WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr
R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y
Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day
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1 285 SPECIAL 285
tDFOR WOMENIJ
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S lHOES with class to
E I s them of the higher
Li grade models Made 0
to our special order by
Krippendorf Dittman of
Cincinnati which insures
1 t
i sures their goodness
19l Modeled by expert
workmen The leath
ers include all the
wanted tann ages
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and the toe
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the most conserva
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sI treme
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< < q We feature in particular the West Point a
snappy swing last model on the narrow toe effect
W which come in a wide variety of leather or cloth
topsthe nature toe which is having such a pop
ular run for the school girls trade There is a pleas
ing style for everyonethe widths run from narrow
B to wide
Ii The shoes are fitted by salesmen who understand
I Yours Shoely
See TT 7 See
E Re nzrsc h man Re
volving volving
Window S hoe P e Op 1 e Window
Display Display
118 South Main
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Bowel Tonic
For Old Folks
Free
No matter how sound and healthy old
people are they still suffer with their
bowels Tht machinery of the system
doesnt work as it did when they were
young and active But while you cant I
restore youth you can help age to live
more pleasantly
That a laxative is needed every little
white by people as they yet around BO I and
beyond there IB no doubt but it U im
portant which laxative is taken Old peo
ple women and all except those who
are in the prime of life should avoid
anything that gives a shock to the sys
tem and which at best is but a tempo
rary expedient Among these are pills
and cathartic tablets salts and purga
tive waters They are too strong and
only do temporary good Not only that
but they really bind the bowels next day
What you want is something that will
regulative the bowels and again get them
in the habit of performing a certain func
tion at a certain time while at the same
Ume toning and strengthening the mus
cles of the stomach and bowels Such a
remedy is Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin
and if you have never csed it let the doc
tor send you a sample bottle free of
charge In this way you can try It with
out cost All druggists sell it at fifty
cent and one dollar a bottle and those
who have used it will continue to buy it
It is pleasant to take very effective and
very economical as a household remedy
as all the family can use it But Dr
Caldwell Is eager to have all readers
unacquainted with it to send for a free
sample
Thousands of old people and heads of
families are never without it for in this
way they cure and avoid constipation
liver trouble indigestion sour stomach
sick headache sleepiness after eating
belching and similar stomach liver and
bowel disturbances Mrs Tillle Iloman
404 Wautanga street Knoxville Tenn and
T H Marshall Nail Okla as well as
thousands of others attribute much of
their present good health to this grand
laxative tonic
Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased
to give you any medical advice you may
desire for yourself or family pertaining
to the stomach liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge Explain your case in a
letter and he will reply to you in detail
For the free sample simply send your
name and address on a postal card or
otherwise For either request the doctors
address is Dr W B Caldwell R 618
Caldwell building Monticello III
Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO
coit
When you buy a watch go
to a reliable jeweler who deals
in nothing but jewelry and
watches He will not sell YOU
a watch until it is in correct
WALTHAM I
WATCHES I
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shape is regulated and oiledI I
then if the watch is a Val
tham it will stay correct
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N BWhen buying a Waltham
Watch always ask your jeweler
for one adjusted to temperature
and position
Headquarters for
WALTHAM WATCHES
ESTABLISHED
1862
128 MAIN STREET
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Now for the I
Holidays
Weve prepared and prepared effectively
Our lines are complete in every respect
Our Now York representative has scoured the
I market for everything thats good for this sea I
son a tremendous shipment has just been re
I ceived embracing newest tailored models as I
I well as the most beautiful ideas produced by the t
countrys leading dressmakers 1
1OOW
rmb I
wj A
WEEK
JL1 Or if youre not on a weekly
t salary 400 a month will pay
for your pick from this elegant
stock
Included in our vast selection of winter wearj
ables are
Hundreds of new nits in all shads at HO to III
Hundreds of stylish tightfi ting coats at 12 to 85
Hundreds of military capes in newest ideas at 7 to 130
Hundreds of hats in all styles priced very low at t2 to
10
J Hundreds of waists hundreds of skirts I hundreds of
petticoats hundreds of sweater coats nil priced lower
i than at cash stores
1 Beautiful Furs for Christmas Gift in every new
Isets and single pieces
Mens Suits and Overcoats in
I New Yorks Latest Models
Our liberal installment plan allows those who prefer not I
to pay cash all the tim they want and we ask no unpleu
ant questions make no investigationsit resolves itself 4
intothe simple fact that 4
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We trust you your credit is good I
THE WESTERN
OUTFIT CO rre Quality I
I 266 South State Street Opposite KnuUford j
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Good Whiskey Stimulates
the circulation the tlood m k < < s the liver active and the
bowels regular tor moot headache and simple complaints it
is better than any drugs or medicines Kext time you feel
Urun down or ill try
Sunny Brook
THE PURE FOOD
Whiskey
It is bottled in bond therefore absolutely pure natural straight
whiskey mellowed by age only and with a delicious flavor Used
judiciously its effect is both invigorating and exhilarating The
Green Government Stamp on each bottle is the official proof
that it has been distilled aged and bottled under the supervision
vision of U S Government Inspectors
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO Jeeuo OJ Kr >
4 = FULL QUARTS K <
1r BY EXPRESS PREPAID W
SEND YOUR ORDER TO
P J KIESEL CO Ogden Utah Gen Distors
SHIPPED IN PLAIN BOXES SEND REMITTANCE WITH YMM MM
NO GOODS E SHIPPED C PP
CHICHESTER S PILLS I BsUbltebed 1ML aDClIArA OttVrM
TUB DIAMOND HAND The Oldest and Largest
thlcLMlcr1 Ladlri AityourDmpeUt Diamond Bread for R Q DUN UI CO
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L UIAIOD J1UVM PILLS 1 < w 1 I Off IMS to PrograM BrtMiac Bait UOw
h fJ yeirs known ss Bert Sctot Alwtyi ReHable City
F SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I
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ZIM FLIPPER COUPON
This coupon when properly filled out will
upon presentation at THE HERALDREPUB
LICAN OFFICE entitle any boy or girl to a
Zim Flipper
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PROSPEROUS VAGRANTS
MUST lEARN TO TOil
One goes to the Chain Gang and
Other to County JailOthers
Get Floaters
There are two distinct classes of va
grants according to Judge J M Bow
man of the police court and they can
be distinguished as No 1 and No2
No 2 Is the class that is proud of Itself
as a class and its greatest Interest in
life seems to be publishing the fact that
it is avoiding work
Class No 2 did not fare well In police
court yesterday Only two representa
tives of class 2 were present and one of
these William Riley drew six months
in jail for contemptuous disregard of the
law which provides that every man shall
have some visible means of supoprt
Riley had no visible means Added
to this proven fact was the suspicion in
the minds of the police that Riley had
been deriving sustenance by means I in
visible to the police It was evident
that Riley was far from being on the
verge of starvation when according to
the accepted standards of vagrants he
should have been reduced to rags and a
beggared condition Riley suffered from
neither of these
Lul Larsen the second representative
of class No 2 had aroused no suspicion
except that he appeared to be a chronic
sufferer film the hook worm disease
Larsons ailment will be given thirty
days treatment on the chain gang A
pick and shovel with guards to see that
labor is well performed have been known
to put crimps In all the different vari
eties of hook worm
Class No 1 is always well represented
in police court and yesterday was no ex
ception When by reason of circum
stances which he cannot control a man
is down and out then according to
Judge Bowman travel is the best anti
dote for the man himself and the wel
fare of the city
Six members of class No 1 were ad
vised as to the shortest route out of the
city and given twentyfour hours to find
the corporate limits Today sentences of
ninety days will be imposed but none
of class No 1 in police court yesterday
will be represented today Others of the
same class however will Take their
places and thus the game will go on
throughout the winter months In the
meantime many cases of hook worm dis
ease will be given chain gang treatment
PROVES IT IS WHISKY
Chief of Polices Secretary Takes a
Drink Before Testifying
Gurgle gurirle guggug
That was actual testimony offered in
police court yesterday afternoon and at
torneys for the defense in the case of the
city against J M Doull charged with
violating the liquor license ordinance ob
jected strenuously to the chief of police
secretary demonstrating the quality of a
bottle of liquor in open court The young
man on the witness stand was instructed
by Prosecuting Attorney E A Rogers to
taste of the contents of the bottle and
give his opinion The taste had graduated
into the gurgle stage before the attor
neys for the defense objected and even the
prosecuting attorney grew suspicious
Herman Bauer secretary to Chief of
Police S M Barlow testified that the
bottle contained whisky and that It was
the same bottle he had purchased at the
J M Doull drug store No 130 South
Main street October 11 Bauer took the
bottle after it was unsealed by Prosecutor
Rogers and took a good pull after which
he announced that it was good whisky
Testimony was offered to show that
Chief Barlow anfl Secretary Bauer had
sealed the bottle on the date of > ts pur
chase Doull was found guilty by the po
lice court jury and time for sentence was
fixed for Thursday afternoon
PICKING OUT JURORS
Commissioners Picking Out Men Who I
Will Serve Coming Year
Jury lists for 1910 are now in the pro
cess of formation and will be completed
by December 15 when 1700 names will
have been copied from the election poll
books and the directory for Jury service
in the Third district court during the year
soon to start
William J Home and Edward D Miller
both former members of the board of
county commissioners are the jury com
missioners and have now got fairly
started on their work in one of the wings
of the county clerks office Mr Miller
was one of the commissioners in the jury
work last year
Four names are taken from every 100
votes cast during the last election and
the work must be finished by December
15 Last year there were 1575 names placed
on the jury lists and this year there will
be about 1700
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SCHOOL ROOMS COLD
Janitrrs Say Quality of Fuel Is Be
low Standard
Reports that inferior coal is being de
livered at a number of the city schools
have reached members of the board of
education and an investigation is being
made It is said that janitors at the Wa
satch Franklin Fremont Jackson and
Sumner schools have not been able to
bring the temperature above 60 degrees
and they have laid the blame to the qual
ity of the coal It may be that some of
the furnaces need cleaning according to
some of the board members but this is
doubted as they were all overhauled dur
ing the summer vacation
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WATCHMAN DENIES GUILT
Charged With Saving Killed Greek
in Railroad Yards
Charles Nelson a watchman employed
by the Denver Rio Grande railroad at
Kingham entered a plea of not guilty to
the charge of manslaughter when ar
raigned before Judge T D Lewis of the
district court yesterday and his trial will
be set later He is charged with having
killed Steve Chathis at Bingham on Oc
tober 2t last It is claimed Nelson saw
the Greek loafing about the railroad
yards tried to stop him and fired when
the foreigner ran The shot inflicted a
mortal wound as Chathls died in Salt
Lake on November 5
Frank Clark pleaded not guilty and his
trial will be held later He is charged
with having stolen surgical tools from
the automobile of Dr J R Robinson OH
October 26
FILES 70000 MORTGAGE
Commercial Block Association Takes
Over Title to Building
Through an instrument filed in the of
fice of the county recorder yesterday the
ground at the northwest corner of Sec
ond South and Commercial streets and
the sixstory building on it Were mort
gaged by the Commercial Block associa
tion to the Penn Mutual Life Insurance
company for 70000 The mortgage runs
for five years and bears interest at 5 per
cent The instrument is dated October
30 1909 and is signed by W P Noble
vice president and A E Kimball sec
retary for the Commercial Block associa
tion A quitclaim deed was filed for the
same property transferring it from John
W Donnellan and wife to the Commercial
Block association for a consideration of U
the price of the filing
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MURRAY BREVITIES
Under the auspices of the Jordan High
school a number of public lectures and
entertainments wIt be given throughout
I the county luring last year several of
the little towns south of Salt Lake were
visited by the faculty and students of
the school and were assisted by well
known educators from Belt Lake and
Provo and the lectures became very
popular and will be continued this win
ter
The capital of the MillerCahoon com
pany at JJurra lias been increased from
50000 to 4tl4P < Rp > dES their business
at Murray tin < miipanv lias brallcIts In
several ui tile pujnpdl cities in the
a state
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HALF MilLION IN
BUilDING PERMITS
November Record Proves That
Great Activity in Construc
tion Still Continues
With the closing of the books of Build
ing Inspector A B Hirth yesterday No
vembers record was made and it fell
nearly 50 per cent behind that of No
vember 1908 The record for the month
Just closed was 1539400 as against 3953
500 for the corresponding month last
year During the month there were 118
permits Issued
November last year showed the best
record of any month and it was hardly
expected that the same month this year
would be on a par with It Several per
mits for large buildings will likely be
issued this month however and the
building inspector looks for December to
far outstrip the corresponding month of
last year when permits amounting to
471000 were issued It is expected this
will be doubled Owing to the building
boom and activity in real estate it is be
lieved that at almost any time now some
large land owner in the business dis
trict will take out permits for a number
of large buildings
The permits yesterday amounted to 17V
090 and pulled the total for the month
above the halfmilliondollar mark The
permits issued yesterday were
Hamilton Realty company 287 First
avenue threestory brick apartment
house WOOOO
E M West 702706708 Ninth avenue
onestory store and cottage 13000
J M Lyon 364 Ninth avenue onestory
brick cottage 13000
Burt A Carlquiat G2 East Sixth South
street onestory fiveroom brick cottage
2009
Granite Investment company 1153
Browning avenue fiveroom brick cot
tage 2000
G E Green 2268 Q street two permits
for sixroom brick cottages 3000 each
KOOO
S
CHINESE GET PERMISSION
TO COME BACK HERE
Application for the necessary papers
admitting them again to the United
States after a visit which they propose
to make to China has been made at the
local office of the immigration and Chi
nese service by Chew Ming and Chin
Joe The applicants who are well known
in Chinese circles here intend to spend
a vacation in the Celestial empire and
will have to possess the papers to return I

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