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1 THE HERALD = REriBUCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 11 1909 3
HOW THE POOR OLD
TRIBUNE SAVED 50
+ The poor old Tribune is so accus +
4 tamed to bincoing its advertisers by +
4 continually refusing to show them +
4 the emulation they are getting for +
+ what hey pay and so accustomed
+ to bung its reader by trussing +
4 practkalh I all the news every morn +
4 ing that it has carried Its line of +
f bunco a little farther +
4 The doddering senile forty years +
4 ago apology for a newspaper +
4 brought George Harris Donohue to +
4 Salt Lake to write The Great Salt v
4 Lake Mystery The poor old Tribune 4
4 of i course knew of Donohues San
4 Franc icu police I record il knew of 4
4 his fiasco in Seattle hut was not +
4 cVternil Donohue wrote a story +
4 which was very capably filled in +
4 from tmit to time by Salt Lake peo +
4 ale The poor old Tribune announced +
4 that it would pay ISO for the best +
4 solution nt the story 4
4 While Donohues method of hand
4 ling the affair was so crude and the +
4 size of the Tribune circulation is so 4
4 small that comparatively few people +
4 saw it 01 took any interest in it yet +
4 a few answers were rcc eied Now +
4 note the poor old Tribunes finesse 4 I
4 It wanted to save that i41 i Keeping 4
+ faith with the public does not an 4
4 noy the Tribune managenuiit That 4
4 5V had to be saved And this is +
+ the way they saved it as published 4
+ on the tires page of the Tribune last 4
4 1londty morning 41 i
4 NO fclDLlTIOX HELD +
4 TO HE MERITORIOUS +
4 Aftt tiretully reading and an4
4 alyzin Ih many solutions to the 4
4 iieat < Silt Juke Mystery submit 4
+ tad to the Tribunt the committee 4
4 in harK ot awarding the cash prize 4
f of 5T which the Tribune offered for +
4 the hest l solution the committee re 4
4 ported at night that it would be
+ impossibly to make any award ow +
4 ing to tin unexpected turn of the 4
4 iiiieial theme of the story as it ap 4
4 geared in the Tribune last Saturday 4
4 and Sudl mornings +
4 Dr Ned Uewett and Charles S 4
4 Pulver i completely upset all calcula 4
4 liens of the holutonists which is to +
4 1 te regretted as both the Tribune and 4
+ the committee in charge of the award 4
4
4 spent considerable labor in a vain ef 4
4 fart to foul i just one solution which 4
4 ould be classed as even coming 4
+ slightly near the real finale of the 4
y try But there was none that even +
4 approaiitl a solution sufficiently tf > 4
+ 10 held as meritorious +
4 The HeraldRepublican hoped that 4 >
+ for the sake of newspaper docency 4
f the Tribune would wake up and 4
4 make the award to somebody Any 4 i
4 Tribune reader that followed the 4
+ Salt Lake Mystery long enough tof
4 nuke any attempt at a solution cer 4
4 t ai n I yearned 50 +
4 + + + 4q 4 A + 4 + I
O
FOR STREET EXTENSION x
Murray City Brims Suit to Condemn
Land in District Court
The city of Murrey started proceedings
in the Third district court yesterday
against Christian and Anna Feller to con
demn a trill of land for the continuation
of Second avenue In Murray The oonj
plaint of the city says they have offere1
a air sum of money for the land desired
but the a < h 1 ancrs have been refused and
the action in the district court is brought
to get the property needed for a street
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Frank T Trent and Florence Wardron
I Salt lAke
Levi i Howard and Clara Henderson Bea
ver
Auction Sale Pictures
Entire took fidsjUeyBodel Co 35
Fast 1st South Rare collection Pic
ture and Xmas art goods at your price
Sale begfm Monday 130 p m
P OSTERLOH Auctioneer
t Ml
That merchant who is deter
mined that his advertising hall
he the best in town is In the
race whether he realises his
ambition or not
Sample Suits
Sample Overcoats
Actual 20 to 25
values choose
today at only
1500
If they were in regular stock
they would be 30 to 45 but
we buy sample linesthats
our specialty you save 50 to
75 per cent by selecting your
winter Ssit or 0erco here
Sample
Suit
Hous
e
South State Street
DUDJalow Theatre Building
A private safe may be rented in the
tire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co S 3 up Main
street 200 per year and upwards
Two million dollars guarantees the
accuracy of every abstract made by the
Salt Lake Security A Trust Co 32 Up
Main We own our own records
Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT RAPER CO
Dayton Drug Co
Cor 2d So and State Phones 552 >
At Our
Two
Stores
A Gift for a Man
Nothing more acceptable than a good safety
razorand our line cmlirncea only the bent kind
You cant make a mistake if you choose n safety
It will please the best man on earth
Gem Junior Otto Strap
Enders Razor 1 Razor 5
EverReady Gillette Safety
Delivery when promised and to any part of the
Phone city Increases our business
Your
Order I
GodbePitts Drug Co
Cor Malu and 1st So Phones 140
Economy
Double strength in
Tea saves half in
your Tea money
Hewletts Teas are
extra strong and al
ways reliable and
good
t lf lI
I ii t
7tZ
When Your Ship i Comes In
Probably it never will
At all events it is just as
well not to wait for it but
start to saving now so
that you are sure of some
thing in the sweet by and
byLet I
Let Us Help You
Clothes Shoes Hats
etc are necessities which
we all have to have and
the money has to be spent
for them
While Spending Save
With the first tendol
lar purchase we place to
your credit one dollar
bearing interest from No
vember 1 and 5 of all
your purchases from then
on is added to your bank
account
All Bearing Interest
Mullett Clothing
Stor
Half block west from
Main on Second South
> k t c
335 Special
For Women
Including the seasons new
est novelties in colored tops
with patent vamps and a
host of more conservative
styles
See revolving window dis
play
Yours Shoely
Hirschman Shoe People
118 S Main
R
Auerbach Saturday Economy Sales 11
Just another link in the chain of bargains for which we I
are famous Rare Economies thatll exceed the expecta
tions of the shrewdest shoppers
TODAY tS1ABLtE11b iik + TODAY t
White Baby Round Hand
Shawls > Mirrors
IIKGVUAK 400 BBST fie GRADE
GHADB AT
ifi AT lie
White wool and Ebony or box
ilk mixed knit wood frames
ted baby Shawls plate mirror with
large 400 sizes beveled ede best
that will not lOc grade on sale
shrink on sale at
today at only
275 ONE PR1CE TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD 3Sc
TODAY TODAY
TODAY
TODAY
TODAY I
TODAY TODAY 1
900 75c Regular Regular 125
Regular Regular Regular 60o
Regular 26c
R lar 85c
Regular Down TABLE 6 and 7 Bleached Pillow White
Gray
Couch Table Linen Lace Curtains
Blankets Comforts LINEN Oases
Two yards wide Covers Sires 42x38 and special at each
Special at a pair Special at each Special at a yard Special at each Special at a yard 45x36 special at 36c
54c S58S 49c 498 84c each 140
TODAY
w o
TODAY TODAY JTODAYj Regular 75c
TODAY
Ladies Black Tights Ladies Union Suits Infants Leggin White
Regular 100 IleAt 1 Grades at 70c Nottingham
Host 75c Grade at 48c 14eet 1I5e Grade at s
c
Ladles fine spring needle or Jer
Tan Blankets Ladles black Jersey ribbed Tight sev ribbed medium weight nat White or cardinal fancy knitted Curtains
open or closed In all sixes a warm ural gray union suits in all wool trunk leggins sizes for chil
Special at a pair durable The quality in all 49c sizes the best 125 79c dren up to 4 years best 49c Special at a pair
sizes on sale at values on sale at 75c grade on sale at 42c
66c
SATURDAY SPECIALS Greatest of All Sale SATURDAY SPECIALS TODAY
TODAY IN OLTR GENTS Specials IN OUR BOYS Regular 350
Regular 125 FURNISHING DEPT LADIES SILK SCARFS CLOTHING DEPT White
GLOVES of all descriptions 7Sc Nottingham
White Gifts Most Acceptable tor Men At Less Than Half Price values in Fur Gauntlets special
< BCKAVKAR In all the new effects at only per pair Curtains
Blankets 60c values special for Saturday SO dOlleD Ladies Imported Silk
SOc
at 3 for 100 or each SerfM delayed In transit They C Special at a pair
Special at a pair 3c Hrrivcd in tliln country toe late SWKATSR COATS sizes I to 1C j 9183
for the Impertern buelaessi h e years Oxford gray trimmed with
72c willing to saerlfiee them and red navY
IIXBX INITIAL HnKFS packed W aa or red trimmed with navy
LiN2 dosen in beautiful holiday here they arc for jour eheiw Wue each finished with pockets TODAY t
box warranted all linen extra IHK tit hut a fraction of the reg Special values at
TODAY S fine per box only ular eewt or value 9125 Regular 500
150 125 Silk Scarfs at 59c DIIESS S1IIKT sizes 12 to 14 nebk Otany and
R ilar 300 measure 76c values in fine uny
extra
Regular rXDISIUVKAU 300 Values in Silk Plain silk scarfs an extra good
and Wool spring needle ribbed quality 2 yards long and 26 madras and percales in beautiful Filet Curtains
Comforts the most satisfactory of all inches wide best 125 Ii 9 new patterns special at
grades special per garment at grade on sale at C 55c Special at a pair
Hand silkoline knotted covered cJI 198 200 Scarfs at 95c CLOTHING 500 and 100 Value 9298
in suits and overcoats in all the
at SWEATER COATS 350 Values In
pair
Special a mens wool coats in Oxford cray Metallic printed silk Scarfs 2 popular styles for boys of all
S2 20 trimmed in brown red or other yards long and 26 Inches wide ages from 2 12 to 1C yean All TODAY
colors special at only best 200 value on sale 95c special at
250 at 9385 Regular
TODAY i 1200
TODAY TODAY TODAY TODAY
Regular 350 Brussels Net
Comforts Little Boys Little Boys Childrens Kid or Young Ladies and
Calf Shoes Box Calf Shoes Box Calf High HighTop Shoes Irish Point
Quilted ratios With extension soles Seamless or regular Top Shoes In tan or black lace or Curtains Y L
covered special sizes 8 to 13 12 at per vamp sizes 8 to 13 12 With good oak leather button and heavy or
at each pair at per pair soles sizes 8 12 to 11 light soles all sixes Special at a pair
J1I 240 95c 1I 115 per value pair 200 143 1350 values at u255 698
r
TODAY t THE LAST DAY OF GREATER SALT LAKES TODAY
Childrens Wool Hose GREATEST SALE OF Ladies Cashmere Gloves
Jtoc Me Grade at We
Befit Abe Grade at 2Se
Childrens black Saxony Wool Ladles black Cashmere gloves
Knitted Hose with gray merino with fancy silk lining in all sizes
heel and toes the best wearing S U I T S the best 60c value on sale at
S5c stocking 2c on sale at pair 25c
TODAY
TODAY Entire Surplus Stocks Scooped
Silver Plated Napkin Ladies Kid Glass
by Our Representative 1 In the
Rings c Our 1131 GnHIe at 1e
nest Me Value nt = 5e Eastern Market 2200000 The Famosa Beat 115 2clasp
Kid Glove all sizes in bUck
Quadruple Silver plated Napkin
wite and colors equal to any
Templea Rings with pretty shield souvenir Salt Lake reg Worth of H lt I ° Class Garments 160 Glove in the city every pair
warranted and fitted on sal t
ular 60c value on sale today at
2tfc Bought for 1000000 at 3 J
TODAY Neither picture nor words can adequately impress I
you with the positively Unprecedented Value l TODAY
which we are offering IB thin Sale TUB HAH
Infants Toilet Sets MATERIALS COST MO UK AT TUB MILLS A 7
Regular SKe Set at SOc LOSS OF TIIOl SANDS OK DOLLAHS TO THE Infants Sweater Coals
MAKHHS ALL COMES TO YOU IX SAYIXdS
Celluloid Toilet Sets
Infants LADIES SUITS LITTLE WOMEXS SUITS AND Best 1JW Vahle at flls
brush comb and rat
containing MISSES SUITS In Broadcloth liomoNpun dlfiK
tie in ink blue or white variety all
pink a fRRe Infanta very fine quality
oBHlfl plain and fancy serge and worsteds In i
riety of styles to choose from desirable color wool Sweater Coats in white or
all excellent SOc values on sale every i cardinal sizes for children up to
at SALE NOW 1 OX 4 years best 160 grade on sale
59c t f at
9118
TODAY 4000 SUITS to go at191195 f i
TODAY I
Ladies Ladies Best Fine 100 Union Cashmere Value At Suits 00 ribbed c 3500 SUITS to go at 495 1 k I i Regular 200 Table Linen
C
pure white fleeced Union Suits t 4 r i Full bleached Satin Damask
all sizes in the best 100 grade ard
on sale at 69c 2750 SUITS to go at 1 095 Special at a 9139 >
TONIGHTfrom 7 to 9 oclockTONIGHT
TOXIGJlT FROM T TO t OCLOCK
50 TONIGHT Extra PROM Large 7 TO Comforters p OCLOCK U pO 100 200 Hemmed Bed Sheets
2 12 yards long and 2 yards wide
212 yards long and 214 yards wide value 65cFor 2 hourIJ4 to a custom
Value 40Dtor 2 hoursl to a customer
each
tomer at 289 + Short K ImOnOS er at 36c
1
r TONIGHT FROM T TO S OCLOCK
TOXIGIIT FROM 7 TO 0 OCLOCK
1000 Yards Apron Ginghams t 29c 1000 Turkish Bath Towels
Bleached and unbleachedup to BO
The bet mftlleIn blue checks of all A limited quantity ef short kimonos inches long valus 30cfor 1 hours
sizes for 2 hours 12 yards to a cus 6 to a customer at each
tomer at a yard monos of bloat sateen awl fliw q
6 3 y t ° nelette nil sizes Limit 2 tt a 17 c
c I Wert
v e customer Worth up to lM TONIGHT FROM T TO 0 OCLOCK
TONIGHT PIIOM 7 TO n OCLOCK Tonight for S hours theyll g
h at 500 Yards Extra Heavy
r
35c Laundry Bags a 1 Canton Flannel
For 2 hourlll to a customer at j F
each 29 Regular l5cfor 2 hours12 yards to
C a customer at a yard
19c 9g C
n
Rheumatism
This is certainly bad weather for
people who have rheumatism But
there is no necessity for the con
tinued suffering from rheumatism
or any other ailment
Chlropractric treatments will make
you well
Consultations free
Mrs G B H Pickard
217218 Herald Hide
TRIB
A guaranteed cure for the Liquor
and Tobacco Habits
PRICE 1250
Schramras Where the Cars Stop
Sole Agency
II I I
t
Be a Traveling Salesman
Increase your power to convince
Others earn from 1200 to 10000 a
year W R Trotter is the only man
teaching salesmanship who s tales
manager of a mat wholesale house
and an official of tho U C T Our
graduates hold paying positions and
we can assist YOU to profitable em
ployment Ours Is the most pecttcal
and most highly endorsed course in the
world
The Trotter School of Sales
man hip
B B flouts Loco Mgr
617 Atlas Block
Salt Lake City
Reliable
Dentists
Prices
lteeable
Best Work
DR ZIMMERMAN
234 MAIN IT
t of Teeth best red rubber S7IH
Gold crowns 22K roo
Bridge Work Lest > t 500
Gold Filllrgs
Lit up
ilvar l Fliling s 1k
All worK Ilrjrtc j r
L pdrss Ext Itua tr Wi c Plate
= t
HOLIDAY NUMBER
OF LOCAL WEEKLY
i i AN ARTISTIC OEM
I
+ From the dark blue cover that pic 4
+ tUnII a night in Palestine with the +
+ Star of Bethlehem shining in the 4
4 east to the last ad on the ninetieth +
4 page the Christmas number of Good +
4 wins Weekly is a gem In its pages +
4 are contributions from artists who 4
+ have made Utah famous with liter 4
+ ary effort a gallery of pictures of +
4 Utahs famous sons and daughter +
4 men of finance and philanthropy of 4
4 fame and fortune And there is a 4
+ collection of new buildings and 4
4 homes with an airship skirting the 4
4 new skyline and a disparaging spec 4
4 tacle of the mule cars on a busy 4
4 day at First South and Main twen +
+ ty years ago +
+ Ike Russell a former Salt Lake 4
+ newspaper man who is making good Y
t in New York writes of Sally Fisher +
+ and Maude Adams and Aria Patter 4
4 son and others who have won fame s
+ on the Great White Way and through y
4 the gossip of these triumphant worn 4
4 en he weaves a symposium of the 4
I 4 Great White Way itself that Is a 4
I 4 gem It has to do with Salt Lake fr
I 4 in that it treats of Salt Lakers who +
+ have basked in the glare of Broad 4
4 way and conquered it 4
4 No Christmas issue has been ar +
4 ranged so thoroughly attractive as +
4 Goodwins Week of this year Ty +
4 pographically it is excellent As an 4
+ artistic success if merits a wide +
4 circulation all over the country +
+ t + + 4 + + M M + M + M + + + + + i + +
+ n
BONDS PROVE Of STRAW
Paper Accepted for Face Value of
1500 May Be Worth
less
Error in the preparation and ac
ceptance jf bonds aggregating 1500
presented for the release of prisoners
against whom criminal charges had
been made and who have since disap
peared may be instrumental in insti
tuting a loss of that amount to the
city and state Charles J Young and
Ebel K Alexander representing them
selves as Salt Lake property owners
signed bonds for the release of J
Thompson charged with larceny
Thompson has disappeared and authori
ties are unable to find either Young
or Alexander or any property they may
ow n in the city The bond in this case
was for 500 The other 1000 repre
sents the bond for the two newsboys
Frank Smith and Simon Levin who dis
appeared immediately after their re
lease Their bonds were made out in
favor of the state of Utah Yet the
trial wad ordered to take place before
Judge J M Bowman < which the Na
tional Surety company which pre
sented fie bonds maintains is a di
vision of Salt Lake a municipal cor
noartton and not directely related to
the state of Utah
CLUB NOMINATIONS I
Committee Appointed to Name Men I
for Board of Governors
In preparation for the annual elec
tion of the Commercial club the board
of governors will meet today for the
purpose of appointing a nominating
committee which will submit the names
of five members as candidates to fill the
place of retiring members on the gov
erning board
The nominating committee will con
sist of fifteen members of the club and
the names selected will be posted in the
club ten days before the election which
occurs on the second Saturday in Jan
uary The five members of the board
of governors to be elected will serve
threeyear terms
o
I
COMPLAINTS ISSUED
TWO Negroes Charged With Burglary
in Entering Cleaning Shop
Complaints were issued by the county
attorney yesterday charging Frank Wil
liams and William H Savoy with bur
giaiy in the second degree for breaking
into the Paris Cleaning companys shop
414 South State street on the night of
December 4 Both are negroes and Sa
voy is now in the county jail here Wil
liams is held by the police of Omaha as
a result of the confession of Savoy and
extradition papers will be filed with
Governor William Spry today for ap
proval and for the return of Williams
O
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Modern Home Building company to
Nathan L > Swartwood part of
block 1M plat D 41M
United Realty company to Berkley
Olsen lot 3 block L Union Heights
subdivision 115
Martha W Hewitt to H F Morse
part of lot 52 Mock 1 Coats I Co
rum sobdlviaion 1100
C C Anderson to Eric E LJad
quist part of section 32 township
1 south range 1 west 288
Peter M Christensen et al to Sam
uel P Christensen lots Ie 11 and
12 block Iii Sandy Station plat 1000
Matteo Cannelli et al to Ignaao
Cannusiie lots 28 and 29 block X
Pitts subdivision K3
P J Moran et al to Utah Sav
ings A Trust company part of lot
8 block ffl > lat A 11I000
Addison Cain et Hi to Carl A
Soderberg part of lot S and all of
lot 7 block 1 Hunters subdivi
sion 1000
Harry Lawrence to Addison Cain
lot 19 block 6 Wilkes subdi
vision 4000
George W Potter et al to John F
Knowles part of lot 2 block 15
Fiacre plat A 336
Alice De Wein et al to J F Flynn
lot 23 block 1 Walkers subdivi
sion 4200
COLLECTION IS COSTLY I
Holliday Dentist Loses Judgment for
100 in Suit Brought by
Patient
It will cost L J Dull a dentist of
Holliday 100 to collect a debt of 50
cents from J Edwin Hendrickeon if he
does not appeal from the judgment of
Judge J J Whitaker in the city court
yesterday IJuy did some work for Hen
drickson last August putting his teeth
in good condition Hendrickson testi
fied that Dull told him at the outset that
the work would cost 1875 but when the
work had been finished Dull put in a
bill for 1025
Hendrickson was willing to pay the
975 and went to the dentists office
with the monty Dull demanded the ad
ditional 50 cents it was claimed and a
fight resulted in which Hendrickson
was roughly bumped around finally
bounding down a flight of stairs to the
street level as a result of the impetus
furnished by the dentists foot and
hands Hendrickson brought suit for
100 to salve his injuries and Judge
Whttaker agreed with him
INCORPORATIONS
The Automatic Door Regulator company
of Salt Lake filed articles of incorporation
with the county Irk yesterday placing
the capital stock at 25000 in 1 shares
of which 4000 are held in the treasury
The right is reserved to increase the cap
ital stock to 1000000 The officers are
Ben Kaplan with 17000 shares president
C S Patterson 1000 share vice presi
dent George M Bridwell Nathan Zall
and C G Bird with 1000 shares each as
the additional directors The patents o >
John Lyman Webb on a door regulator
are taken for 25000
The Continental Society filed articles of
association with the county clerk yester
day as a result of a meeting held on De
cember 8 It is for social and athletic
purposes a club house may be built and
all kinds of athletics engaged In Tom
Politz is president John Wilson is vice
president and Nick Alexander is secre
tary and treasurer also comprising the
board of directors

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