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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, December 09, 1909, Real Estate, Classified, Mines, Markets, Image 16

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Choicest of the Land Is Sent to
Unfortunate Children of
Inmates of Chicagos Home for the
Aged and Home for Crippled and Dis
labirxi children may not be able to come
to Utah and pluck the ripening fruit of
if orchards or fatten on the nutritive
products of its soil but they have not
ben denied a taste of the good things
that arc grown in this stat for the ex
tensive txlnbit of the Beehive state
at the Chicago land show was carried
to these institutions for the benefit of
the unfortunate persons harbored there
VagoModb of fruit and vegetables
prize ap pk > < etc ° the pick of the choic
est farms and sunniest lopes of irrigated
fillsides gnat mealy potatoes each one
large enough to make a meal for a whole
holly had been given away The work
01 dispoaiiif of the exhibits began after
the close of the land show at the Coliseum
last Saturday night and in more than
1aN I > hospital homes and charitable insti
tutions the mcago Tribune brought hap
piness and cheer by the distribution of the
exhibits Ilat i have been admired by thou
sands during the last two weeks
The ChiCago Tribune in telling the story
8J ys
iYRThe extensive exhibit of the Ltah far
mers + was the lust to be dismantled
Cjiantiti of fruit and vegetables were
gait in wagons to the Home for Aged
Jiirt the Home for Crippled and Disabled
d At the request of Mrs James T Hara
Lan the midren Memorial hospital was
given a supply of honey fruits and veget
ables The Wesley and Baptist hospitals
oleo reN nd a supply of the delicious
canned hUlls together with a quantity I
nf appleI sand potatoes
When tiise institutions were supplied
c number of poor families whose names
bad been given J F Taylor commissioner
nf horticulture from Utah were given
eave to help themselves to the remainder
and many of these aged widows will
Jfss the promoters of the exhibit as
they view their stores of apples all show
Specimens most of them with a com
mercial alue of 25 cents each
The Twin Falls Idaho booth and the
truit from the Sacramento valley Call
i fornia were given away at the doors to
i 10 poor and to such charitable organi
sations as were In the greatest need of
such health giving supplies
Bushels of apples and potatoes from
the Grand Junction Colo exhibit were
rushed by express to the sufferers of the
I cherry mine disaster while Arizona and
I some Colorado exhibitors disposed of
treat wagonloads of fruit and vegeatMes
to charity
Clothing sale at Deskys I
Deat think because you have taken
many remedies in vain that your case
U incurable Hoods Sarsaparilla has
cured many seemingly hopeless cases
of scrofula catarrh rheumatism kid
ney complaint dyspepsia and general
debility Take Hoods
Isnt your best market
worth finding If so ADVER
TISE that property
Not only its proven ability to cure but its absolute safety as a remedy
has made S S S the most desirable of all medicines for the treatment of
Contagious Blood POWell S S S is made entirely of roots herbs and
barks of the forests and fields It does not contain Ii particle of mercury
potash or any other harmful mineral to injure the delicate parts of the
tvstem impair the digestion corrode and irritate lining of the stomach
or in any other way injure the health It is Natures blood purifier
harmless in its action and certain in its good results S S S removes tho
poison from the circulation enriches the blood and safely and surely cures
Contagious Blood Poison It builds up and strengthens the system by its
tile tonic effects and leaves the patient not only cured of tho disease but
stronger and in better health in every way If you are suffering with
Contagious Blood Poison SSS is your most certain reliance an honest
ledicme and because of its vegetable purity a safe treatment for any one
We have a special book on home treatment which explains fully the differ
ent stages of the disease also suggestions that will be helpful to you in tho
treatment of your case We will be glad to send this book together with
hny medical advice desired free to all who write
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iatM IS THE e F7
Ho Reason Why You Should Wait
If You Need Outer Garments r
J 13 off on all Ladle Ready U of
toM ear Garment also lib
I eral reductions on all Miens 0
nothing a
And we extend to yon the J I
assistance of our very ft
liberal payment plan
that enables you to dress t
well and take advantage
of fashions latest whims j4 0
and all you pay ua is
< 1 A WEEK OR 4 A MONTH vi
thl U liberal I
Surely this + very rI
and you caB have the antis I
fuctloa of dressing well at all
tunes Ii y
The Mercantile Installment Co
Ti R Second South
I I t
J io
Boston Dental Parlors
11500 set of teeth 8T50 I Gold crowns iS00
No better made at any price I I Bridgework per tooth 500
Porcelain gold and silver fillings at reasonable prices for honest work
No students employed Painless
extracting a specially Office open
evenings and Sundays All work guaranteed
Ind Tel 1219 DR BOYD Mgr
Your Bank
I should be reliable and no should your collector
You should He the
tame care In selecting each
Yeti will get a Square Deal if you send your Mils
to us R e make BO charge irhnteier
John J Wallace
c Manager Phones 1009
8215 D F Walker Bids Salt Lake Utah
A Tainted Breath
Highly Disagreeable
A Quick and Permanent Relief for
This Trouble at a Small Expense
There are many thousands of peo
ple who are the unfortunate possess
ors of offensive and obnoxious breath
which has its origin in chronic nasal
and throat catarrh or an unhealthy
condition of the stomach or decay of
the teeth and when these persons real
ize they are the victims of such an un
desirable possession they frequently
feel constrained to remain off to them
selves the greater part of the time be
cause they understand only too well
how disagreeable It must be to others
with whom they come in contact
For it is an undeniable fact that
people will comment on and criticise
the person whose breath is foul and
offensive Very frequently we hear the
comment Soandso Is a most agree
able companion an Interesting talker
with a large fund of Information is
wellposted on worldhistory and the
biographies of many celebrities can
talk fluently on current topics is an
accomplished musician and lIterateur
and would be a most delightful addi
tion to any social gathering except for
the deplorable fact that his or her
breath is so extremely offensive that
persons of refinement good breeding
and delicate sensibilities do not care to
come into contact with them
And very naturally too for an ob
noxious breath taints tho very atmos
phere and affects the persons sur
rounding the affected one in a way
which is positively nauseating
There Is no longer any excuse for a
person however foul and offensive
their breath may be of Inflicting Its
obnoxiousness upon the delicate nos
trils and olfactory nerves of others
Charcoal the great absorbent is the
ideal remedy for conditions described
LOZENGES we have the very best
form in which charcoal may be taken
These little lozenges absorb one hun
dred times their own volume In foul
gases and tainted breaths and besides
deodorising and purifying the breath
and rendering it sweet and agreeable
they also act as antiseptics and cleans
ers of the stomach and Intestinal sys
tem absorbing all offensive gases
which may be present there destroy
ing disease germs poisons and mi
crobes and putting a stop to such mor
bid processes as fermentation and de
composition in cases of chrome dys
pepsia and intestinal indigestion
Dont allow yourself to be kept out
of company of your friends because
you may be so unfortunate as to have
offensive < < breath from any cause Use
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges and you
may rest assured that your trouble
will be removed thoroughly and rap
Purchase a box from your druggist
for 25c and send us your name and
address for free sample package Ad
dress F A Stuart Company 200 Stu
art Bldg Marshall Mich
December 11th
for Salt Lake Opera companys performance
ormance of The Serenade Round
Tip 250 Limit December 12
Two million dollars guarantees the
accuracy of evey abstract made by the
felt Lake Security Trust Co
EE Up Main We own our own records
Clothing sale at Deskys
a I
Removal Sale
Big reductions in wall paper and
ranted pictures before moving to our
elegant new store
Boarders come and go in
the BEST boarding houses
Keep your want ads busy if
you keep boarders
Clothing sale at Deekys I
Aneeda ¼
2 Biscuit arc more than mere soda
crackers They are a distinct
individual food article made from
special materials by special
methods in specially constructed
They are sealed in a special 1
way which gives them crispnen
cleanliness and freshness which
crackers from the paper bad al
ways lack They are the Nations
accepted soda
4 4 A Real
Is in Progress at
Crabbes Clever Clothes Shep
Are Marked for Quick Sell
i ing Its Your Profit Time
600 MENS SUITS ranging in value
l t from 18 to 25 including all the latest
I models in worsteds
cheviots and cassimeres 75
mixtures and some blues
and blacks Special price now
400 MENS OVERCOATS ranging in
value from 15 to 2250 mixtures as
well as solid blacks and grays This sea a I
sons latest correct styles gf 7
some with Military collars 75
others with plain self and
velvet collars Special at = 1
Its Holiday Time at This Store a
And the people have caught the fever of buying from our handsome stocks of nile
ful Christmas presents Weve everything to please the MAN A glimpse into our °
windows will reveal some helpful suggestion among themsilk crochet mufflers w
combination acts of handkerchiefs and neckwear hosiery and handkerchiefs shirts + i 4
hats gloves linen handkerchiefs night shirts pajamas bath robes dressing gowns
scarf pine tie holders suspenders etc Special Christmas boxes
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TTowell Snowden who was arrested by
T ui la u Smyth deputy United States mar
e I at Brigham last Monday was
il I t ugh t before Commissioner Charles
j < dwin yesterday morning by Julian
Trey i deputy marshal Snowden admit
td 1 being the man wanted in Denver for
Ireny committed while he was a post
erfu < e employe and his bond as a fu
Fr > wdf > n sed i Ke + ould not furnish ball
erd < 1 the tliuict attorney will ask for an
c MI r today to have him sent to Denver
f1 ol 1 turned over to the federal author
1 s there
Advocates From Four States to
Be Invited by Gover
nor Spry
Good roads advocates of four states
will be asked to attend the annual con
vention of the Utah Good Roads asso
ciation which will be held In Salt Lake
on Wednesday January 26 This much
was decided yesterday at a meeting of
a committee of the association held in
the office of Governor William Spry
Governor Spry will send Invitations
at once to the governors of Colorado
Idaho Wyoming and Nevada to attend
the convention and to send forty dele
gates from each state to meet with the
Ltah delegates in a movement which
will mean the ultimate expenditure of
millions of dollars for the bettering of
the roads throughout the Intermoun
tain country In addition to these invitations
nations the governor will send let
ters to the commissioners of every
county in Utah to the commercial
clubs and other civic organizations and
to the various munjcipalltles asking
that representatives be sent
The sessions of the convention will
likely be held in the national guard ar
mory in Pierpont street and efforts
will he made to have L Page or some
other road expert from the government
road building department to attend
A sample piece of model road will
be constructed on the sand Idge in
Davis county near Kaysvllle by J T
Voshell a government expert now at
Provo on road work Governor Spry
will communicate with the com
f ioners of Davis county at once to ar
range for the construction of the piece
or road This will be finished before the
convention meets here and the plan
will be to have each delegate lnspe
the road and listen to explanation
from the expert regarding the beat road
ThoS3 present at the meeting yester
day were Governor Spry James E
Jennings County Commissioner Mad
son of Webei county O H Hewett
and Caleb Tanner state engineer
George D Alder general manager of
the Intermountain department of the
National Life Insurance company
wrote 66500 worth of insuranuce In The
company during November Premiums
amounting to 1204730 will be paid on
this new business Mr Alder who will
return December 15 from a trip through
Wyoming leads all other agents of the
company for November business and
has been complimented by J A De
Beer president of the company
Juvenile Court Makes a Determined
Effort to Save Boys From
This Evil
Another step In the fight against the
pool room managers who allow boys
under 21 years of age in their halls was
taken yesterday by the juvenile court
officials when two complaints were is
sued from the county attorneys office
against Dick Cox manager of a pool
room at Third South and Main streets
He is charged with contributing to the
delinquency of Ralph Howard and James
Busby each 17 years old Juvenile court
officials claim these two boys have been
in this pool room Efforts are being
made by the court officers to break up
the practice of boys playing pool and
other complaints are threatened
The county attorney also issued a com
plaint against R W Head on a charge
of carrying concealed weapons Head Is
believed to be implicated in the robbery
of the George Bees saloon West Temple
and Twelfth South streets Tuesday night
He is now in the county jail
Mrs Jennie Bray Wants Divorce
Children Alimony Etc
Jennie Bray brought suit for divorce
in the district court yesterday against
Clealon Bray They were married at He
ber Wasatch county December 24 IMS
and now have three children She charges
her husband with beating her when they
lived at Heber at Eureka and at Provo
Besides cruelty Mrs Bray says her hus
band has not supported her or their chil
dren for a year though he gets 120 a
month She asks for a divorce custody
of the children her former name of Jen
nie Glenn and alimony
Professor WiUlam Roylance of the de
partment of history will address the mem
bers of the university Scribblers club to
night at the Amid Fedisstmi fraternity
house on the subject of The Present
English Situation
The Fun h i l will hold its annual
meeting tonight at 649 South Eighth East
street All interested in French work are
invited to attend
Louis C Gate of the Boston Consoli
dated smelter will address the members
of the Utah mining school this afternoon
on the subject of The Caving System In
Mining The lecture will be given at 4
The meeting of the Utah Society of
Engineers will be held December 17 in
room 711 > J of the Newhouse building P
S Barlow of the United States smelter
will deliver a lecture on The Recent I
Mechanical Developments In Cyaniding
Professor R H Bradford of the Univer I
sity of Utah will discuss the paper
On next Tuesday the university assem
bly room will be given over to Chaplain I
xton of Fort Douglas who recently ar
med from the Philippines None of the
university people will be permitted to go
to the lecture in order that the Fort
Douglas people will have ample room
The following Wednesday night the chap
lain nil deliver the same lecture for the
benefit of the university
Professor llosiah Hall of the univer
sity normal school left Wednesday for
Wasauh county to Inspect the schools of
that county He will deliver a lecture
before the teachers institute of Heber
The University Dramatic dub Is I hold
Ing daily rehearsals to get I their play
The Trelawney of the Wells into good
shape for an early season
At the meeting of the U club held
Wednesday afternoon Rex Carralcle was
elected to a position on the executive
board to take the place of Joe Hennessy
who failed to return to school this year
Insurance Department Watch
ing Developments in Affairs
of Brooklyn Company
Should the affairs of the Phenix In
surance company of Brooklyn be in such
a tangle that insolvency was certain and
that a receiver must be appointed for the
concern the Insurance department of the
state of Utah would compel the local
agencies to either pay back the unearned
premiums on policies held in this state
or to reinsure in other companies
This is the Statement Issued from the
insurance commissioners office yesterday
The local department will await the no
tion of the state department of New
York If it is shown that the companys
surplus is impaired and that the capi
tal is not impaired it Is likely no ac
tion will be taken for the capital of the
company would safeguard the Interests
of the policyholders It is believed here
that the company will ride through all
right and that the present scandal will
have no in irious effect upon the fi
nances It will merely cause uneaslnes
among those who have placed risks with
the Phenix
According to the last annual report the
Phenix company had policies in force in
Utah to the amount of 707150 The losses
paid in this state in 1908 were 145157
while the premium receipts during the
year were 1128060 The business writ
ten during 1908 by Utah agencies of the
Phenix amounted to 1489463 The com
panys capital and surplus reached a to
tal of 2590453
Weather Man Still Sticks to Forecast
Delayed a Day in Ful
Despite the failure of the elements to
act according to his prediction for yes
terday when he said there would be
snow the weather man still insists that
more snow is coming and coming soon
The report taken from observations tak
en at 6 a m yesterday says that the
low pressures on the coast will move in
land and cause local snow Thursday The
high pressure area is reported to have I
spread eastward causing colder weather
east of the Mississippi valley and main I
taining the low temperatures which pre
vailed Tuesday west of the XlsstssiArt
river General precipitation occurred nt
the Pacific Coast and Great Basin state
and the temperatures all over the coun
try are below normal with the excep
tion of the Great Basin and in OcefOn
and California The forecast is until 6
p m today
No change has taken place la the pre
cipitation records for December to ttftte
The temperature record for yesterday IB
as follows Highest last year 49 lowest
last year 6 normal for yesterday M
mean for yesterday 30
At a cost of JMW James A Pollock I
Co will furnish their new office la the
north half of the Salisbury building
making it one of the finest brokers of
flees In the west A contract for the fur
niture was drawn up yesterday with the
Freed Furniture company The office
will bf decorated and furnished through
out with Cuban mahogany
The ease of Tom Cettlna who is suing
the Boston Consolidated Mining company
for ttMQO for personal injuries occupied
Judge Page Morris and a Jury IB the
federal court all day yesterday Argu
ments will probably be made today
Physician Brings Good News to i
Friends of Ernest H Greene
Dr C V Harvielte of Mammoth Utah
who Is a member of the medical force
of the Salt Lake Route and has been
acting as substitute for Dr Hal Hewet
eon at Las Vegas Nev returned to Salt
Lake yesterday with the cheering news
that Ernest II Greene the soninlaw of
A W McCtinc of this city who was shot
by T W Fitzpatrick at the Greene
I iifetn mho > in uliluiiia tuil l u all
probubTlit recover
Dr 7Tarvi lie was sent to Nipton Cal
and reached there Shortly after noun on
Friday c i learned that tia ia
tt tu ias a r i ili 1 s man for wl oni the
Bali I decided to medial
an < Rout 1 get
al ill i < lion r wounded man was
hruy ht into NioMi by one of the auto
mohir t s that usually runs from the rail
way sfatini to S < H IItIht Nev Mr
Greene was shot at about 110 oclock in
the morning and did not reach Nipton
until about o clock than afternoon A
hospital was improvised in a cabin and
Dr Harielte and Dr Hansen of Search
light performed an operation which will
probably be the means of Mr Greenes
Arrangements were made for convey
Ing the wounded man to the California
hospital at Los Angeles He was pro
nounced out of danger when Dr Harvlelle
left Nipton on Monday

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