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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, December 26, 1909, Real Estate, Classified, Mines, Markets, Image 11

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Residence presented by Commercial club to widow of the late Fisher S Harris
ESTERDA Y the Commercial club
of Salt Lake paid its lasting trib
ute embodying the sentiments of the
honor and re pet t to the memory of its
late secretary Fisher S Harris in the
presentation to Mrs Harris and family
01 the sidence which Mr Harris had
made his home in Salt Lake for years
Chritrna marked the culmination of
a sentim rit among the club members
hat tht faithful labor and the earnest
Mid som < tunes physically wearing en
tleavor on behalf of not only the club
hut Salt Lake the state of Utah and
the intermountain region of the de
H I r trv Ihout1 be rtwwn In
a substantial manner While building i
the foundation for the home of the
states greatest commercial organiea
tion Mr Harris had kept in the back
ground his own personal strongest de
sire and after his death it was the de
termination that that desire should be
fulfilled toward the family
Yesterday afternoon a committee rep
resenting the club and consisting of
President W J Halloran Secretary
Joseph E Caine and A W Carlson
John Dern and Ira H Lewis of the
finance committee waited upon Mrs
Harris at the family home 324 South
Thirteenth East street and on behalf of
the dub presented her with a full deed
to the premises making it her own
home in fact i
President Halloran handed over the
deed with an appropriate reference to I
the esteem in which the memory of I
Mr Harris is revered within the club I
and among the citizens of Salt Lake I
and Utah Mr Caine also expressed
the clubs appreciation of Mr Harris I
and the gratification of being able to
offer a fitting testimonial to his worth
and effective labor on behalf of the
club Mrs Harris surrounded by her
children was visibly affected but in
the strength of her womanliness accept
ed for herself and family the gift pre
sented by the club
I I Church I i
First Unitarian church 138 South Send
1st street William Thurston Brown
minister Sundav preaching service at 11
a m vubi 1 > t 01 service The Work and
Hew art of a Liberal Religious Ministry
sunday M hool at 12 30 p m Civic Forum
11 S p m address by Judge W H King I
mbjett The Causes of War and the
Agency 1 f Peace Open discussion fol
lowing aildr ss The public cordially in
1mm i niti tlurch Third South and Sev
enth El i Louis S Btwverman minister
Preaching trvloes at 11 a m and 730
p m moral f subject The Significant
< ents of the Year evening lecture 6n
Revehition last in series What and
Where Is Heaven Christmas mnelc
morning and evening Set special pro
gram Bl > le school at 11 > p m Ben L
orum superintendent Young peoples
meeting at 615 p m Midweek prayer
and IMdal service Wednesday at 745 p
m Burlin ton mission F J Lucas super
intendent Bible school at 10 45 a m
Rio Grande mission W W Dee Au
t ° ls superintendent Bible school at 1210
p m
Rev W W Des Autels will preach at
Burlington at 730 p m and at the RIo
Grand Friday evening at S
You ue cordially invited to alJc tfeSj
services 4 1
St Marks cathedral East First South
between Second and Third Bust streets
the lit Rev Franklin S Spaldlnf D D
bishop the Very Rev Samuel K Golia
th deanSunday December 21 A D
19 730 a m holy communion 945 a
m Sunday school 10 a m Sunday school
i iristinas service 11 a m holy com
munion and sermon preacher the dean
7 TO p in evening prayer and sermon
preacher the dean S
St Paul church Main and Fourth
South streets Charles K Perkins rectwr
Holy ommunion at S a m Sundw
sohool at 445 a m Morning service aw
ermon aT 11 clock Bible class at 7p
m Evening prayer and sermon at 8
I clock The members of Argenta lodflS
No S will attend the evening service
Special nvisic at these services Vis
itors welcome Childrens festival on
Tuesday evening at S oclock
St Johns chapel Logan avenue and
Ninth East street Sunday school at 1 <
a m Miming prayer and service at 1030
St Pffrr hapel 6S7 North Second
West street Sunday school at 94b a W
Holy communion at J a m Evening
prayer and sermon at 730 ociock
Danish Lutheran
Sunday Dotember X there will be no
fnrenooii service on account of the Christ
mas tree festival in the evening at SrM
clock Adults pay 10 cents chSl IIeft
free ThE festival will be In the old UaJh
ish custom end the coMdnms progra
will bfo given hm hymns by the con re
gatlon iMl the choir Later on refresh
ments will be served All Danish fami I
lies are Invited and expected to bring all
their children with them
German Lutheran
German Lutheran St elms church
Seventh South and State streets William
J Lankow pastor Preparatory service
at 10 a m Service with holy communion
at 1038 a m Service on New Years eve
Friday at 730 oclock
English Lutheran
English Lutheran church 3K South
Fourth Bart s je tF W Buwmrd pas
tor Sunday school meets at 10 a m
Church service at H oclock At this
service the sacrament of the Lorda Sup
per will be administered The Sunday
school will hold Us Christmas service at
8 oclock Sunday evening All are cor
dially welcome to these services
First Praabyterian church corner of
South Temple and C streets Rev Wil
liam XL Paden D D pastor Morning
service at 11 oclock sermon by the pas
tor Christmas and Year Ending Even
< ng service at 746 at which time a can
tata will be given by the choir assisted
by Prof Sk ltons orchestra Sunday
school at 1239 p m Young Peoples
meeting on Sunday night at 7 Midweek
service on Wednesday Teasers meet
ing at 730 Prayer and conference at S
p m Everybody cordially Invited to all
these services
Westminster Presbyterian church in I
O O F hall C C Melntire pastor
Morning worship at 11 oclock Rev
Theodore Morning of Independence Ia
will preach Evening services at 730
The Christmas exercises of the Sunday
school will be given Every one is re
quested to bring a gift to be distributed
later among the citys worthy poor Sun
day school at 1215 Endeavor mission
Sunday school at 130 Senior Bndeavor
Service at EIG Prayer service Wednes
day at 230 p m at the mission SM West
First North You will be welcomed at
all services
Third Presbyterian church corner of
Eleventh East nd Eleventh South Su
gar House cars Herbert E Hays pas
tor C C Spooner superintendent of
Sunday school Services on Sunday as
I follows Preaching service at 11 a m
Christmas sermon and Christmas music
at 7 p m the Christmas missionary con
cert of the Sunday school will be given
Sunday school at 1215 There will be no
Christian Endeavor meeting Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 730 p m subject
Religion During the Year 19W
Methodist Episcopal
First Methodist Episcopal church cor
ner of Second East and Second South
streets Francis Burgette Short pastor
Morning prayer at 1030 a m Preaching
At 1045 a m subject Relftsion or
Christmas Sunday school at 1215 p m
J X Settle superintendent Epworth
league at 845 p m Emma Heckner
president Miss Bernice Day leader Can
tata at 745 p m subject The Nativ
ity The pastor desires every member
present at the morning service The
evening service shall have a large audi
The Iliff Methodist Episcopal church
Ninth East and First South streets Da i
vid W CraM pastor Sunday school at
M a m A D MeOuire superintendent
Epworth league at 630 p m Zillah
Darks president Morning worship at 11
clock A Christmas sermon by Ransom
P Nichols Music by the male quartet
At S oclock in the evening the choir as I
sisted by friendly talent and under the
direction of Mrs Henry Kirkman will
render a Christmas sacred concert The
following program will appear Anthem
Peace Good Will to Men Leslie choir
solo Door of Hope Miss Addle Fletch
er violin solo Calla Crane piano duet
Miss Margaret Duval and Mrs H M Tor
rance anthem Now the Day Is Over
choir contralto solo Mrs L L Goddard I
piano solo Miss Faith Curl soprano solo
In Old Judea Mrs Henry Kirkman
anthem Awake Put On Thy Strength
choir The public is cordially invited to
all services
NorwegianDanish Methodist Episcopal
church 523 South Fourth East H I
Hansen pastor Sunday school lat 7 19 p
m Preaching at 215 p m Scandinavian
people are most cordially invited to at
Heath Methodist Episcopal church
Third South near Eighth WestH I
Hansen pastor Sunday school at 10 a
m Mr D Colclough superintendent
Preaching at 11 a m and 730 p m Dr
H J Talbott superintendent of Utah
missions will preach at the 11 oclock
service The choir will sing at both serv
ices Junior league service at 3 p m
Epworth league service at SJO p m
Prayer service Thursday at 730 p m All
are Invited
Second Methodist Episcopal church
Fourth East near Eleventh SouthH I
Hansen pastor Sunday school at 10 a
m Mrs George L Betts superintendent
Epworth league service at 830 p m
Preaching at 730 p m subject The An
gels Sang The choir will slug Prayer
service Wednesday at 710 p m All are
First Congregational church Fourth
East and First South streets Rev Bl
flier I Ooehcn pastorMorning serv
ice at 11 oclock There will only be
one service today
Central Christian church corner
Fourth South and Third East streets
one block east of county building
Charles R Neel pastor 302 East
Fourth South streetSunday services
at 11 a m and 746 p m Special mu
sic by chorus choir atboth services
Bible school at 10 a m C H Zim
merman superintendent Christian
Endeavor 645 p m Mr Anderson
leader Bible training class Wednes
day night Watch night social by C E
society Friday night at church
First Church of Christ Scientist 338
East Third South street Sunday
school at 945 a m Church services
at 11 a in and S p m subject Chris
tian Science Wednesday evening at
S oclock a meeting is held for the
purpose of telling of the healing of
sin and disease All are welcome to
these church services Free reading
rooms open daily except Sunday from
10 a m to 9 p m In rooms 506807
Scott building
Tenth Ward
Sunday December 26 19d3 630 p
m Selection Joseph the Blest choir
Invocation selection Joseph Smith
choir baritone solo The Seer Albert
E Braby soprano solo In Old Judea
Mrs Mary Salt address Joseph Smith
the Prophet President Nephi L Mor
ris quartet Jesus I My Cross Have
Taken Mrs Mary Salt Miss Annie
Spokes Enoch Salt and George W
Spokes selection Let Us Now Go Even
Unto Bethlehem with solo by Mrs
Maud H Strang choir benediction
At the regular 5 oclock vesper serv
ice to pa held hIs afternoon at the
Brooks arcade rooms Rev P A Simp
kin will speak After the service a fel
lowship tea will be served and a so
cial half hour enjoyed All women
and girls whether members of the as
sociation or not are cordially wel
comed to these services
Afraid of Ghosts
Many people arc afraid of ghosts Few people
ere afraid of germs Yet the ghost is a fancy and
the germ is a fact If the germ could be magnified ajj
to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more v
terrible than any firebreathing dragon Germs
cant bo avoided They are in the air we breathe
the water we drink
The germ can only prosper when the condition
of the ystem gives it free scope to establish it
self and develop When there is a deficiency of
vital force languor restlessness a sallow cheek
a hollow eye when the appetite is poor and the
sleep is broken it is time to guard against the germ You can
fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr Pierces Gold
en Medical Discovery It increases the vital power cleanses the
system of clogging impurities nriohes the blood puts the stom
l ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition so
that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed
U Golden Medical Discovery contains no alcohol whisky or
habitforming drugs All its ingredients printed on its outside
wrapper It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine OP INOWN
COMPOSITION and with a record of 10 yean of cum Accept no
fcubstitute thei e is nothing just as good Ask your neighbors
If its a small matter a small I
ad Trill attend to it
Humphreys SeventySeven I
Famous Remedy for Grip
The sick spot only is reach
ed by Seventyseven for
Grip and Colds the rest of
the system is not disturbed
This will appeal to those
whose stomach bowels and
head have been upset by tak
ing Cough and Cold mixtures
Seventyseven breaks up
hard stubborn Colds that hang
Handy to carry fits the vest
pocket All Drug Stores 25c
Humphreys Homeo Medicine Co Cor
William and Ann Streets New York
The halfpound can of
l Breakfast Cocoa
I Contains eight ounces of pure cocoa
lq of the finest quality most delicious
1 vI flavor and possessing all the
strength that a pure unadulterated
cocoa can nave
52 JGpt Awi I arpe aM Aica
S Eslablklid 1780 Dorclroter Mii
= n
Embroidery Sale
Monday and Week
We shall put ON SALE for the
50000 Yards
Of Choice Wide
at SOc on the Dollar
Prices 10c 1 15c 1 and 25c a Yard
See Our Windows
Open Monday Morning
at 9 oclock
R K Thomas ri
676971 Main i
has quantity and quality
Anybody who can write a ttte
gram can write a classified a4
The last ad you answer this
year might be the best on yon
bKve ever unzwure
AB gift buying days 1ftJW
fewer ad reading Should IB in
c helpful to yaP
Removal Sal l
Big reductions In wall paper ant
framed pictures before moving to o l r
elegant new store
Two million dollars guarantees tr
accuracy of every abstract made by thu
Salt Lake Securisjr Trust Co 32 Up
Main We own our own records
The worthwhile things that
00 for < lIp IdvPritllld
U Ll A fact Worthy of note and an
argument far more potent than I
A I words i
U 1j The truly appreciative lover
a > tJS t r I of good beer goes blocks out
S of his way when necessary
to enjoy that delightfully sat f
C j isfying individual goodness f
peculiar to
a IA5
GERMANIA LIQUOR CO1 Wholesalers Salt Lake City Utah
Christmas Is Celebrated at the
Cathedral by Dean Samuel
R Colladay
Holy communion was observed at St
Marks cathedral yesterday morning at
739 oclock and at 11 oclock there was a
sp lat Christmas service with a musical
program which will be repeated at the
service this morning
The cathedral was beautiful decorated
with panels of white back of the chancel
rail with ferns and holly and a finishing
touch to the decorations was given by
bouquets of white chrysanthemums
Dean Samuel R Colladay preached the
sermon at the 11 oclock service speak
ing on the significance of Christmas day
and the mission of him whose birth is
being celebrated through all Christendom
Taking his text from Luke 114 Glory
to God in the highest and on earth
peace good will toward men he said
that all undoubtedly realized the beauty
of the fellowship and service of the
Christms spirit The Christmas spirit
he said has a real source with some in
dividuals and if his hearers could get in
touch with that source they would be en
abled to make that spirit their own
throughout the year
The true source of the Christmas spirit
Dean Collaway said was the message of
Gods love in the coming of Christ and
only the love and service which Is based
on the vision of Gods love In Christ can
enable man consistently to spread the
Christmas cheer A love that is flow
Ing forth against discouragement he
said must have the strength of duty on
one hand and if it is to be a real blessing
it must be natural and affectionate as
well This condition he said was possi
ble only if the love of man is based on a
realization of Gods personal love to man
He said it was the true purpose of re
ligion and especially of the religious side
of Christmas to develop this love to God
as a reality and power in daily life
The Commercial club rooms had more
of the aspect of a home than of a busi
ness mans or bachelors lounging or rec
reative place on Christmas day Through
the holly and evergreen decked rooms and
corridors yesterday afternoon and even
log there was a steady throng of the
Christmascheer seeking folks df all
ages from the elderly down to the tiny
tots and every one enjoyed for the day
the freedom of the rooms given to men
tor 364 dais in the year Children
romped thrtnigh the rooms with all the
Ireedom of their own home and the curi
ous interest of exploring a new country
modlshlygowned ladles sauntered about
Inspecting the paintings picked up the
latest magazines or rested in the easy
chairs while watching the favorite di
version of the clubroom bllllards
Through the rooms echoed the strains of
the catchy humming tunes of the latest
operas played upon the piano
The big event of the day at the club
however was the Christmas dinner Close
to 200 people slnglly and In parties num
bering up to 20 partook of the dinner
one of the most elaborate ever offered by
the club The early diners entered the
room at 2 oclock and the late ones wore
attended up to 9 oclock The main din
Ing room was tastefully decorated and
the tables arranged to accommodate the
varylngsized parties
Scene m Potato Field of Jiew Irrigation District
Ij I j i
February Scene in New Warm Water Irrigation District
SALT LAKE is rapidly increasing in I
importance as headquarters for
immense irrigation projects as is shown
by the many applications for water
rights made with the state engineer by
companies having their main offices
here Among the companies prominent
ly Identified in the promotion of irriga
tion schemes is the Fitzgerald Brothers
Land company
During the past three years this
company has promoted a number of
projects chief among which are a Price
river project a Moapa project and a
project along the Sevier river in Millard
The Price project handled by a sub
sidiary organization known as the Ir
rigation Investments company was un
dertaken for the purpose of extandlng
the irrigable lands in Price River val
ley by conserving and utilizing the sur
plus waters of Price river The project
now completed will irrigate twenty
thousand acres of land lying south
from Price along the Denver Rio
Grande railway The water rights are
represented by one share of stock in
the Price River Irrigation company for
each acre of land These water rights
are adjudicated by decree of court and
allowed by awards of the state engineer
The land owners will own and control
the water system after one year
Price is the nearest city to the new
project The coal rfnd coke and incident
industries of Carbon county afford good
markets for all agricultural products
and the lands of Price River valley
grow peaches pears apples potatoes
corn tomatoes and all fruits vegeta
bles and other agricultural products of
the temperate zone
Along the Big Muddy
Three years ago the Moapa Salt
Lake Produce company became inter
ested in the Moapa country by buying
several ranches near the headwaters of
the Big Muddy river This company
was promoted by the Fitzgerald Broth
ers Land company To secure sufficient
water for the irrigation of the lands
purchased a big spring one of the feed
ers of the Muddy rfver was filed on
One of these ranches alone contains 1
030 acres and this great acreage has
been improved by the planting of crops
such as have made that section of the
west famous
Though north of the Overton Logan
and Capalapa country it is said that
the land owned by the Moapa Salt
Lake Produce company has a tempera
ture several degrees warmer The big
spring which furnishes the water for ir
rigating the land < < J bubbjes out of the
ground at a temperature of 98 degrees
Fahrenheit and this really acts as a
smudge during the winter months
when the thermometer approaches close
to the freezing point with the result
that there is a rise of several degrees
The owners of the land have adopted
the unique idea of turning the warm
water out into the laterals when there
is any danger of even the slightest
Salt Lake is the principal market for
the products of the Moapa country
Within a short time shipments of head
lettuce spinach and green onions will be
sent to this market In February Moa
pa asparagus will find its way to this
The Millard project is in Abraham
valley Millard county about 135 miles
from Salt Lake and is on the line of
the San Pedro Salt Lake Los Angeles
railroad Burtner is the new town < itc I
in the great tract of land to be re
The water system for this tract con
sists of thirty miles of irrigation canals
and laterals Sufficient water has been
filed on to impound 10WO acre feet of
the high waters of the Sevier river It
has been demonstrated that the follow
ing crops can be successfully grown in
this part of the state Alfalfa alfalfa
seed wheat oats sugar beets corn and
Daniels to Occupy First Floor and
Basement of Bungalow
Some time in the early spring Max Dan
jelL who has taken the Initiative in
building and development along State
street will open a large department store
to occupy the entire ground floor and
basement of the Bungalow theatre build
ing It la the intention of Mr Danuls
to make this a strictly firstclaw store
handling only the beat goods obtainable
for men women and children and some
time in the near future he will leave for
the east where he expects to purchase
I his opening stock of goods The store
wilt be under the name of Daniels
Clothes Shop for Men Women and Chil
The construction of his threestory
Bungalow theatre building on State street
has been the start of the present Improve
ments being made on the block and it
took a man with foresight and energy to
break into the line of billboards stretch
ing almost the entire distance between
the Knutaford and the Belmont hotels on
the east side of State street His suc
cess and the results in improvements
have more than repaid him for any risk
originally attached to his enterprise
Mr Daniels has also bought property
on State street south of the Moxum ho
tel and facing the city and county build
ing on which It is his intention to begin
extensive improvements in the near fu
On January 1 Willard Mack will open
at the Bungalow theatre of which Mr
Daniels owns a large block of stock an
is president which is taken as another
Indication of the confidence being dis
played In the prosperous future of State
street The block on which this theatre
is situated has changed in the last few
years from a dilapidated row of bill
boards to one of the handsomest business
blocks in the city I
Francis O Luke manager of the
Merchants Protective association was
pleasantly surprised by his young lady
employes on Christmas eve when he
was presented with a beautiful pastel
landscape the product of the brush of
one of his employes The pastel is of
exceptional beauty and will in the fu
ture adorn the office of Mr Luke
Is ofttimee the road to fortune 6c a
line Why pay more
By studying the ads yon may
be able to complete a larger gift
program than ewer betar
Young Widow Succumbs After En
joying a Hearty Christmas
r After enjoying a henry Christmas dinner
and being apparently in the beat of
health Mrs H C Tobin dropped dead
at her home No 3Oi East Second South
street at 630 oclock last night of heart
failure She is survived by a mother
and child Mrs Tobin was 25 years of
age and had been a widow less than a
year When she had completed her Christmas
dinner yesterday afternoon Mrs Tobin
took a brisk walk about the main streets
of the city and had intended to enjoy
the evening with her child She had re
moved an outer wrap when she staggered
forward and fell dead on the floor
Police Surgeon F B Steele was sum
moned and pronounced death due to
heart failure The body was removed to
ODonnells undertaking rooms
Funeral services over the remai 8
of the late Herman Ackerman bet r
known an Cal Cailahan th form r
newspaper artist and cartoonist w l
be held today from the funer1 I char i
of Joseph William Taylor 1 fe0l l
West Temple street at S oclt ck M I
Ackerman was a native of Ctliforr
and was 27 years of age Death w
due to tuberculosis Interment will Ic i
In the City cemetery Friends are in
vlted to attend the services
S 4
J1JIdrYAt 141 SOuth Second Wlt
street December 25 190i of nli
mf Thomas Mldgley father of W
C Midgley In hie seventyfourth
year native of Yorkshire England
Notice of funeral later
TOBDJIn this city December 2s
INI Mary H C robin aged J
years Remains at ODonnel
CSLS parlor
lftle fit funeral later

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