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10 THE HERALDREPUBLIGAN LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1909
I STATE TEACHERS TO
I ENDORSE fiOVERNOR
Continued from Page One
ijiMil to have been trained really I
sociological
j ukd economic and
Kuuviulge vpon which the moral prob
baaed Re
were
citizenship
Km 1 of
iijn in he said is the reinforcement of
jinoicility and its retraining force
A Stimulating Atmosphere
Y musi rat a moral atmosphere
school thai is stimulating to the
t
in tlu
IJiid he aid The life of the child I
I th clasminn is influenced by the
I n > n mem 11 the home Imagine
instant homecoming week on
L t t a
III aRt sid f New York Can you see
1 You know tin long H me Sweet
Ht1H 1 but imagine singing Flat
t Flat It is almost a crime to
l > i ing a child up in a flat The child
LiV I s in tho present He cares little
HI what happened In his short past
wi loss fui IHit is going to happen
it Ins chilnh od if sweet and happy he
0 ill always member It
at 18 is
lit grows tl boyhood and
mini I with ambition an < l hopes He
i ttts tn b n I minded I that lie was a kid
ii 1 ml did kill tricks He is looking to
lilt future Vln he grows old be
t wholly 11 the past The present
has nothing lor him an1 he looks
ink at th old t > ome Supposing he
iini his fhiltlhtiod in a Ihta verita
ih boarding house Can he look back
imn that s home Can he surround
H I V ith minion s of his childhood
In our sthtols we are teaching boys
iid I girls tin meaning of the constltu
tiin i 11 th 1 uitrd States Why should
iley are how old a man has to be be
1 t4 I he can go to Congress or that a
nan must in I a native to become Pre
hillt of tin United States Ethics are
tt unlit first in the high school but why
uld a high school student wrestle
ith constitutional problems except In
general va y He should know sociol
r y and politi al economy if he ia to
in ducatel for that citizenship Into
hith he emerges when he crosses his
Jht year I dare sav that there is hard
1 a high si hool in the cast that does
i 4 i contain in it Curriculum a study of
loiogy and economics I dont know
I hat your ourse is here but I dont
livt it contains sociology and if it
nMS i only by recent adoption
Personality of the Teacher
Tin peionality of the teacher ia a
lat moral forcea powerful force in
ih < > instruction of the pupil At Eton
Iii EII land there was a boy of W who
WlIllt I a laggard and whose work
J so unsatisfactory that the head
istei called him aside one day and
1 141
Mi diir boy here you are up in
d in tuim away ahead of your little
iItllrr He is six yean younger than
dU are anti he knows now a whole lot
n h i than you do
T all very true sir replied the
i L i but my brother hasnt been here as
JOIILT as I hat
In older t immunities where families
LtI 4 lived lor generations there is a
i n niness of imrpose a strength of mor
1s j that is not sn In places where there
migration In the old country where
young man looks back along a line of
i tirs in hesitates before he does
uin I H does not want to disgrace a
urn i Oat has lived for perhaps centu
1 i i Jn almot one spot HIS envlron
TWi iS pi 4j > i He is restrained from
tilling > i wrong by a moral force back of
hkh is family name and is constrained
M > III ugh for the stale reason
Hrc in i communities that are less
llid i tIter is migration and a mixture
i foreign element The people have less
r a lespousiblilty in the community and
i esarih feel less responsibility in the
1Idning 1 f the child in the public
hIII
I In Hal Let illustrated lus statement
i a there was an Improper conception of
i nhtlllI I between the schoolroom and
MI me and consequently a lack of
I i en ironment for the child by say
i hat nimy families in New York are
fllviig friim their homes into the hotel
> IMI umnt and boarding houses in the
Lcin i ss district The family circle is
i I The family fireside is forgotten in
i I i nianivr of existence
Retarded or Defective Children
I dint Dr Balliet President Drigga
iiaioiiuied Miss Ada Van Stone Harris
> HI had spoken at the morning session
MI Hams read a paper on The Need
I i Sjucial Classes in Elementary Educa
ton Sh spoke of the great loss of
iimn in public school work because of
ii I i glowing percentage of retarded or
drdiv 1 < illdrtn in thools and she ad
1 mated that in < ery city buildings be
i aitait iioni tin regular schoo to care
lM I haiku ard and letarded delinquent
mil liuaiii foreign tubercular te
minded children s u that the
I Ii I c tvpes might not retaftg WOI
tin school room She ctte4 ta4
Lt < morn than one million Ii
it annually in the United tee to
11 h pupils in the public schools wfce are
itMitted with tuberculosis
Miss 1 Harris deplored the fact that the I
1 S u IHT hs no time to individualiae She
lompeliad to study all of the pupils
Itir her I and has no pupls
iidy ea lone separately which is es
lal t perfection In training She
itd statistics showing that ten per cent
1 t Hie seoul children in London were d
ne I I i 1 one way or another either by
itniK < ripled having poor vision or
ring e q being deprived of other senses
that t rda led their work in the school
> i m said mat
Germany is
< rmny years and years
yer
a
a HI of ihe 1 lYiited States in the matter
d i education and that defectives there
i 1 treit d in the proper atmosphere and
C i Iv n proper environment a
Many Topics Discussed
Topics landing from the highest to the
Ist 4tIlii in th crowded curricu
hIl of tin public schools were discussed
it eight metings held In the high school
mldings i ystrday afternoon IQ
> g r gat atundanoe t of teachers was
luse to Kin I in many Jnsumce th
nious K tion elected officers for an
11 I yea u I nry 1 on the work of spe
iiizmg i i IT iias marked the educa
elc
ional ret an h among the teachers MTJre
si no ml m tings will h held today
lo Thomas M 1 Balhwt dean of the i
ul l of p daio at New York univer
Ity who is i at the prominent guests
If the ass t n ilUlde bis first ap
Miiance lrLsv afternoon before the
ns anJ i ils s c ton talking upon the
t ulural I n a of Arts and Crafts
To muc school knowledge ends after
it is recorded b a book h said
School work t to teach that there is
geometry forflwanc out of doors In
ometr fo
life outstd ft the mere book geometry
School work muSs weigh educational val
ues as they apply to life There is a
sharp break between school and life I
Learning in schools is too often no con
tinued in practical life The effect of
an industrial education should have in
fluence upon the third and fourth gene
rations upn Ding th practical things in
lire is education through hard knocks
with nature
Dr Balliet said that new education
was frills and fads and that the older
al lrlbt
education was that of outdoors free air
and th overcoming of serious problems
essential education to make a home com
fortable and agreeable Too many rules
and definitions in modern textbooks are
noiiess > ntial A man moat have enough
general education to b versatile but
manufacturers choke out versatility by
confining the learning of th man or
boy to one machine
Science Section Meets
The nature study and science section
meeting in the Science building heard a
liberal discussion of science subjects and
the discussion of the papers was carried
on for hours The program was as fol
lows How to Get the Most Out of the
Physics klrseProf Chester Snow B
Y lW Provo
DisussionPr A A Knowlton Uni
versity of Utah
1 Discussion Mr B A Perkins Ogden
High school
Possibilities of Agriculture a a High
School StudyDr E D Ball Utah
Agricultural college
DsussionPrncpl A L Neff Brig
ham City High school
A Rational Course of Zoology Dr C
T Vorhies University of Utah
Discussion Miss Helen M Boxrud Salt
Lake High school
Aims and Needs in Physiography
TeacliingMisB Elisabeth Bond Salt
TealhlngMis Elabth Bnd Slt
Lake City High school
Discussion Superintendent R S Baker
Eureka
The paper by Prof Snow was read by
Mr Conville of the Salt Lake High
sohool The section meets again this
to con
morning in the Science Dntldlng
tinue a discussion of nature study Elec
lug tion of officers will b held this morn
in
Alexander McMaster judge of the juve
nile court in Salt Lake was elected pres
ident and Quardello Brown probation
officer was elected secretary of the ju
venile court section yesterday Judge
McMaster entertained the audience with
l4 paper on the Eolution of th Juvenile
nile Court System and the discussion
was le by Guardello Brown J Fred An
derson and others A paper by E J
Milne on Some Thoughts on Moral Edu
cation evoked liberal discussion
One of the largest audiences of the af
ternoon gathered at the high school as
sembly room to hear the discussion on
kindergarten work Miss Ada Van Stone
Harris gave a splendid talk on The Place
of the Kindergarten in Pubic Educaton
and Prof Wlliam Stewart talked on The
Connection Between
Kindergarten a Proper Connecton B
tween Home and School Both addresses
were followed by general discussion and
the meeting became 8 long that many
of th teachers left before the election
of officers Mrs Ida Smoot Dusenberry
of Provo was however reelected presi
dent and Miss Caroline Scholes of L
gan will act as secretary for another
year although neither a secretary nor
vice president was elected
Hot Debate Occurs
Another big audience heard tb lectures
in the grammar grade section at the gym
nasium assembly room F D Keeler
principal of the Webster school took ex
ception to a statement by Prof Hal of
the university that nature study and geography
graphy should b correlated and an in
teresting debate ensued The sentiment of
the audience 8 behind Prof Hall how
ever pn the ground that it would mean
a reduction in th crowded curriculum of i
the schools The program dealt mainly
with geography and talks were made b
Miss Rosalie Pollock of Salt Lake Miss
Emma M Ivie of Salt Lake and Prin
cipal Keeler and Prof Hal
While the general election will b held
this morning th section yesterday elect
ed Osmon Justeaen superintendent of the
American Fork schools as secretary
At the close of a good program the
music section elected the following off
cers Albert Powell supervisor of mu
sic in Weber county schools president
of Salt Lake vice
U E Chrlstopherson St Lk
president Isabel Odell of Plain City sec
retary Prof W A WeineR of Salt Lake
who was to have read a paper was Ux
111 to attend
Blind in Drills
A feature of the convention that will
live lon in the memory of those who at
tended was th appearance at th high
school gymnasium of I class from the
State School for the Deaf and Blind at
Ogden in drills and exercises under the
direction of Mrs I S Ross This part
of a program given by the section of I
physical education was the most absorb
ing feature and hundreds of teachers
were turned away from the gymnasium
because of the lack of seating space or
standing room The drill was the most
forceful object lesson in practical train
ing teachers that cam under the notice of th
In addition to the practical work of
the inmates of the state school there
were practical demonstrations of class
work This morning the physical educa
tion section will meet again to continue
the discussion of various subjects and
will also elect officers
Miss Ada Van Stone Harris of Roches
ter N Y made her first appearance b
fore an audience of Utah teachers yes
terday morning and the Assembly bal
was crowded She talked for nearly two
hours on The Teaching of English or the
Culture of th Language Arts rand made
the discourse quite interesting S appealed
dscour
pealed to teachers to have th scholars
get into touch with the great masters of
poetry and prose
Miss Harris defined language as the
fundamental universal art and said i
i not only necessary for the efficient
communication of ideas among mn but
i it i essential to thought Itself in all of
its higher or human phases
A J Kesaelberg sang two baritone s
110 and Miss Roumania Hyde played a
violin solo President Driggs milled the
educators to the task of making a great
er success of the section meetings than
ever and that his exhortation was effective
tive was shown by the Urge attendance
at the afternoon meetings
1 I f
L I CONVENTION NOTES fi i
I
I Rev William Tliurston Brown offer I
prayer at the morning session yesterday
Visiting teachers were treated to an In
spection of th first real fireproof school
sptn
building in u west yesterday when
sohor
scores of them visited tho Jefferson
which will be thrown open for the accommodation
wi b twn
commodation of H0 pupils after the first
of tb year
The violin solo of Miss Roumania Hyde
at the morning session yesterday was on
of the most pleasant features of th con
vention
The assembly hall was so cold last night
that the crowd thinned out long before
the close of th Session
The singing of several songs by the
Orpheus club of Salt Lake under the
direction of A H Peabody organist of
directon
St Marks cathedral w greeted with
the teachers
enthusiastic applause by th tache
The appearance of the singers at th ses
sion last night was one of the best at
tractions afforded by the entertainment
tractons affore th
committee Will Sibley of Salt Lake
who also sang was encored heartily
A delegation of Salt Lake teachers
eegaton Slt
waited upon Superintendent Thomas ol
Logan schools yesterday and offered
yeterY
Lgan
their support of his candidacy for th
presidency of the association but h reiterated
iterated his refusal to run I
r
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I and simple complaints i i better than drugs o
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unnyBrook
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t 4 Whiskey
it is absolutely pure natural straight
I whisker mellowed by age only and with
I a delicious flavor Used judiciously its ef
I feet i both invigorating and exhilarating
t
a The Green Government Stamp on each
4 bottle i official proof that it has been dis
tilled aged and bottled under direct
S tled aied buled diec super
S t vision of U S Government Inipectori
SUN BROOK DISTILLERY CO
Jefferson County KENTUCKY
YouWill Always Find Where
the Best of Liquors Are Sold
F J KIESEL CO Ogden Uth t
General Distributors
I
A private safe may be rented In the I
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main i
street 200 per year and upwards I
A Hard Worker
It coaxes back that well feeling
healthy look puts the sap of life in
i your system protects you from dis
ease Hollitora Rocky Mountain
Tea or Tahl has no equal as a win
ter t mo for tin whole family
t
IndUpeiumlile There are some aim r
pie remedies Indispensable in every
family Among these the experience
ot years assurs us should be recorded
internal
Perry Davis Painkiller For both
ternal and external application we
have found i of great value especial
ly can we recommend it fu colds
rheumatism or fresh wounds Chris
tian Era
Netted Important
Cean your sidewalks of snow and ice
with our specially prepared salt for this
purpose 50c cwt Phone Ind 18G Sal
air Salt Co
ON WEEK ONLY I
Dr J T Mil gives scientific char
acter readings thin week at the office
of the Character Builder 281 Security
Trust building Phones Bell 1734
Ind 1129R
Removal Sale
Big reductions In wall paper and
fBamed picture before moving to our
elegant new store
efpnt so
GEO W EBERT jb C 5 Main St
HOLIDAY RATES
Via Salt Lake Route On sale 23rd
24th 25th 31st and January let Round
trip to all Utah points Vii the old
folks at home and use the superior
trains of this line
Removal Sale
Big reductions In wall paper and
framed picturE before moving to our
elegant new store
OEO W EBERT CO 57 Main St
LECTURES ON SUCCESS
Under the auspices of the Human Cul
ture Lyceum course Lee Francis Lybar
ger lecturer and orator delivered a lec
ture on Success at Barratt hall last
night Mr Lybarger called attention to
the fact that the first requisite of success
in this world Is ambition but that self
reliance independence and courage are
also necessary
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
bas been used for TSARS by MTLMo
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TBBTHINO with PBHFBCT
SUCCESS I SOOTHES the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is the
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists in every part of the world Be
H
cure and ask for Mrs Winslows Sooth
lur an
Inc Syrup and take no other kind
Twentyfive ant a bottle GUARAN
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT June 3 MOt SERIAL NIJMBKr
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Assessment No2
P C LIMB A STONE I COMPANY
Principal place of business Salt Lake
City Utah Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the directors held on the
16th day of December 1909 an assessment
of 60 cents per share was lfled on the I
capital stock of the corporation payable
Imnndlatlv to J L May secretary 223
Commercial I Club building Salt Tako City
Ttdli Vtu stk upon which this a scss
rn nt ma iiiniin iiipaid on tic 17th di
of January 1910 will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction and
unless payment Is made before will b
sold on tlie 2d day of February 1910 to
pay flip dPlinqiHnr is o gment together
wi1 l the CLot of id n Using and expense
for sale J L Mk
Selretr
I SaiL Lbe ct Utah i
c iii
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Delinquent Sale Notice I
MOUNTAIN DELL CONSOLIDATED
Mining company Principal place of
business office of Elks Club building
Salt Lake City Utah
Notice Thef are delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
lent No7 levied on the lsth day
of November 1S09 the several amounts
set opposite the lams of the respective
stockholders as follows
Name Cert Shares Amt
Stanton J I 10 iuo O
Stanton J I 1 500 500
Stanton J I 12 500 ie
Stanton J I 13 5 500
Culhane K 1 100 100 I
I Culhane K 18 100 100
Howell H S 19 300 1 0
I Culhane Emma 20 10 100
Goodsell L J 25 10 100
I Woodward Z W 3 500 50
Harrison D S 3 3 300 i
1 Harrison D S 3 230 250
I Harrison D S 4 250 250 i
Barnum C E 42 1000 1000 1
I Goodsell B W 54 5000 5000
Goodsell B W f 250 5
Goodsell B W j 2688 2688
i Goodsell J W 37 333 3S3
mpman j Jr t > i 4 oo 1OO
Eierpont T H5 i 1000 1000
Wing William 110 1500 1500
Wing William Ill 1000 1000
Wing William 112 1000 1000
Lewis Henry 113 1500 1500
Lewis Henry 114 1000 1000
Lewis Henry 115 1000 1000
Ludlow f T O 124 1000 1000
kVooten Jos A 143 2000 o
Harrison J G 147 500 500
Brown W L 150 4000 4000 J
Broun W L 131 1000 1000
Lewis Henry 12 5000 5000
Ludlow r I G 13S 1000 1000
Ludlow C G 139 1000 1000
UK 1 1000 1000
Ludlow C O 100
Ludlow i G UKMl 1000 1000
Ludlow C G 1C2 1000 1000
Beiciitr E W 1l 1000 1000
Kn niers R E IM 1000 1000
Harmon J 5000 5000
1 50HO 50 00
Wniten J H 1 5010 50
fiuillotte D W 11 1000 1000
Wioten J H U 3000 O
Miller J M J 1000 1000
Pkipont T F NO 1500 1300
M 1000 1000
Kremers R E 10 100
Campbell J J 1 1000 1000
Rollo John I 1500 1500
Harmon Jesse l 610 630
Buohi J r I 500 500
500 500
Clarke J H 5 50
Hanks C D 1 1000 1000
Hassett C S I 1000 1000
Bassett C S J 1000 1000
Everett D W I 1000 1000
Goodsell B W 34 1000 1000
B z 10
Uoodsl
Wing Rachael 2 1000 1000
Ouodsell B W 1000 1000
Goodsell B W r 1000 1000
Goodsell B W 2 tooo 1000
Goodsell B W i 1000 2000
Goodsell B W 2000 2000
Goodsell B W 1 1000 1000
Goodsell B W 1 1000 1000
Holsten W M I SCO 500
Goodsell B W soo 500
Bartlett A 18 GOO 0
Barlett
500
HouU E L 2S 5W 50
Houts D L I 10 20
Hout L 13 500 60
5
Ban L I 5 60
Bean L J If
1110
Heats D D S 1 1
Hot D D sm I
Hot G H m tM
Riggs G H M 10
Bradley John E 1100 lOIS >
1
Woolen J H 1 tJM MW
Wootn W D 1000 HO
Wa 20W 1060
Taft L O 1
Taft L O a 2009 28W
Taft L O 308 e 8000
Taft 2000 2000
Taft I a 30
Taft L L H 310 UO
10 1
Anderson 1 It 52 I 60
Anderson I 1 4a6 454
Beck C M 1 0 BOO
B C M H7 509 500
Coot W L s 2109 0
L
CoW J E D 1009 1000
Wooten J H 328 600 500
Hansen Nephi r 500
Hansn Nep I 1000
Thornton Sons M9 1080 100
Thorton Betties A J Sn W WOO 0
Btles accordance with the law and an
order of th board of directors made on
the 18th day of November 1909 8 many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may be pc b sold at public
auction at the office of the treasurer
aucton club Salt Lake City Utah on
January 10th 1910 at 1230 p m to pay
the delinquent assessment thereon to
gether with the costs of advertising and
expense of sate
expens A W RATBOULD Treasurer
Office Elks Club Salt Late City Utah
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court of the state of Utah in and for
the county of Salt Lake Probate divi
sion In o matter of th estate and
guardianship of Joseph Daft a minor
Notice
The undersigned will sell at private sale
on or after the 8th day of January A D
1910 the following described property An
undivided thirteen three hundred and fifteenths
undlvlde
tenths 13315 interest in and to the fol
lowing described property Commencing
lowng
sixtyfive feet north from the southeast
corner of lot one block sixtynine plat
A Salt Lake City survey and running
thence north sixteen onehalf feet west
one hundred six and onehalf feet south
sixteen onehalf feet east one hundred
six onehalf feet to the place of bin
ning and written bids will be received
at No 811 McCorntek building Salt Lake
City Utah Terms of sale cash ten per
cent accompanying bid and balance on
confirmation of sale by the court
Dated December 27th A D 1909
J H KRIEBEL Guardian
Dan B Shields attorney for guardian
Assessment Notice
SILVER KING CONSOLIDATED W
ing company of Utah Principal place
of business Salt Lake City Utah No
tice is hereby given that at a meet
Ing of the board of directors held
on December 1 1909 an assessment
of ten 10 cents per ere was levied
rr
on all the issued and outstanding
shares of the capital stock of said
corporation payable immediately to
the secretary of the company at room
402 Atlas block Salt Lake City Utah
or t Sprits Voll A Co 312 Traction
building Cincinnati Ohio and that any
stock upon which the assessment shall
remain unpaid at the close of business
hours January IV 1910 will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction and unless payment Is made
before will be sold on Saturday Feb
ruary 5 1910 to pay the delinquent
assessment together with the cost of
advertising and expense of sale
G W BROWNING Secretary
Office 402 Atlas block Salt Lake
City Utah
IN THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT
court In and for the district of Utah
Eighth circuit United States of America
complainant vs Wasatch Water com
pany a corporation defendant No 1094
Order
It appearing to the court from the affidavit
I
davit of Hiram E Booth attorney for the
United States for the district of Utah
and our of the solicitors for complainant
in the above entitled suit in equity that
said suit was brought by the United
States of America for the purpose of re
moving the cloud upon its real property
described In said complaint and to have
a judicial forfeiture declared of a grjtnt
sfnt
for a rightofway over and across said
property and that said teal property is
situated within th state and district of
Utah and is fully described in com
plainants bill of complaint a I fur
ther appearing to th court that said de
fendant Wasatch Water company is not
a resident or inhabitant of or found
within this district and haAiot volun
tarily appeared thereto and It further
appearing that on the 17th day of August
A D 1909 the judge of this court made
an ord r requiring the said defendant
Wasatch Water company to appear
plead answer 0 demur to said bill of
complaint on the 4th day of October
A D 1909 and that said order b served
on said defendant eompany in the north
ern district of Illlbois by the United
States marshal for said district at least
twenty 20 days before said 4th day of
October A P 1909
Octobr further appearing from the affi
davit of said Hiram E Booth attorney
for the United States that it Is imprac
ticable to serve said order on the said
defendant in said northern district of Illinois
linois and that the whereabouts of the
officers of said corporation is unknown
and that said ordrr has ben returned
with the endorsement thereon that r
ice of sinie iaiiiirit be < > hy thft
Urrttd States nidisliil for tl northern
district it Illinois and it turther ap
pearing f the court that the place of
paring of said Wasatch Water company
Is unknown and that none o its officers
can be fount iMther in th > state and dis
trict of Utah I within the northern dis
trict of Illlno j V heie it originally had
Us general pli of VmMn 1
i Is I is therefor ord tU hat tin MiJ do i
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BUSISS CADS
BUYING AND SELLING
ALL KINDS secondhand clothing
sdhan
AL KIND Commercial
ffl
best Prices paid Z Com
trunks valises
trnk vli bt Jr Phone 3771
mercial st Send pes1ced Pone
OSTRICH PLtlMre CLEANED
F A CARTER FUR CO 2 W 1st S
Furs remodeled repaired redyed
CLEANING AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANING CO 3 S
SAT Bell phone OK Jnd 17
STOVE AND RANCHS RBJ > AI5 >
STVJ t Supplied to all
LIKINGS and grates f a
LIING Lovett Foundry 4 N 7th
West Bell 2304K Ind 2P8
Bl 2K Ind 2
SPIRITUAL
MRS II FONTYN spiritual adviser
I FNTN
and trance medium 267 S W Temple
tc mu 2
KEYFITTING LOCKSMITHS
KY
C B COTTON successor to Min
B CN
Cotton a S W Temple In 1m
MIDWIVES
MRS LIZZIE GEISLER 32ft W a N
private home for confinement cases Bell
1493X Ind 4037
SCAVENGERS
UTAH SCAVENGER CO Wm llling
worth er cleans toilets cesspools
worh manager clans tolet cpl
phone ind grease 1O9 vats Office 8 3 E Both 1
I PRINTING
STAR PRINTING CO book and job
printing bookbinding and paper ruling 3
Postpfflce Place Telephone 1870
PROFSSIONA OARS
tllram E Booth E O Lee
Carl A Badger I
BOOTH LEE BADGER
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Boston Bl Jg Telephone 607 I
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AttorneysatLaw Rooms 2023K2MJ8
3M New Herald Bldg Bell IBM
Benjamin L Rh Atty Notary Public
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cial building Bell phone M
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DESERET NATIONAL BANK
Capital 500000 surplus 1600000
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
L S Hills president John C Cutler
vice president H S Young cashier E S
Hills assistant cashier L W Burton assistant
sistant cashier Directors John R
Barnes A W COD John C Cutler
David Eccfea L S Hills Francis M
Lyman W H McIntyre W W Riter
George Romney Reed Sot John C
Sharp John a Winder H G Whitney
McCORNICK ft CO
BANKERS
Salt Lake City Utah
Established 187S
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UTAH COMMERCIAL SAVINGS
bank Wm F Armstrong Pros Byron
Oroo cashier commercial banking in all
its branches 4 per cent o savings de
its aoebunts solicited satisfactory ser
vice guaranteed
MERCHANTS BANK
Officers
H P Clark President
John J Daly VP A H Peabody VP
W H Shearman Cashier
ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING
WM HOLMES 3 Judge BIe Bell
4179 Systematizing and transfer of part
nerships to corporations p
AUDITING appraising inventorying
cost systems reasonable D S Munro
9 W 2 S Phone Main 2104NX
ACCOUNTANT
G M FORBES public accountant and
auditor Nn 3 12th East Ind ohone 101
11 IS ASSA AID I JC
YRS
SETTLES MATHEZ CO A F
Bard well manager assay and chemical
lrt ms 1 S W Temple Both
J W CURRIE 70 West I South St
Salt Lake City Samples by mail or express
press receive prompt attention
CRISMON A NICHOLS assayers and
chemists 229 South West Temple street
Salt Lake City
n H OFFICER A CO assayers U
South West Temple St Salt Lake City
UNION ASSAY OFFICE 16 SOTTH
West Temple street
BIRDCOWAN C
180 8 West Temple St Bell 4114
CONTRACTORS f
HAMLIN PAINTS incorporated F P
Phones Keate manager 2021 Painting from A to Z
MINING MACHINERY
TRENT ENGINEERING AND MA
CHINERY CO Phones Ind 517 Bell 2834
STOCKBROKER
E M WEST CO stocks 321 D F
Walker Blk Both phones office and res
WANTEREAL ESTATE
WANTED From owner from one to
five desirable residence lots state location
tion and lowest cash price Box 419 City
HAT FACTORY
HATS blocked and retrimraed b an I
expert Fred Taylor 24 past let South I
Phone 18X
SAFES
Xfc fc rf Hrf XJ
THE MOSLER SAFE CO C G Fteld
factory representative Office 63 W 3
So Utah Typewriter Exchange
LADES TUKISH ATHS
EXPERT LADY attendants Face mas
sage manicuring hair dressing Sani
tarium parlors VL West 3 South Bell
trur 1818 iWeet
18OJOPODS
OJOPODS
DR ELIZABETH L WI8MER suite
415416 Security Trust bldg 3 Main st
fenant Wasatch Water company do ap
pear plead answer or demur to com
plainants bill of complaint on or before
the 7th day of February A D 1910 and
It i further ordered that this order b
served upon the Wasatch Water company
patty a corporation defendant herein by
the United States marshal for the district
of Utah causing a copy of this order to b
published caung Salt Lake HeraldRepub
bean once a week for a period of six con
secutive weeks from the date of said first
publication and that this order b served
by the United States marshal for the dis
trict of Utah on the person or persons
tict o t pl
in the possession or charge o the said
property V 4iy there be
day Dated of December Salt Lake 1SOB City Utah this 3
J A MARSHALL Julge I
I
United States of America District of
lTtahss I
I Jerrold n Letcher clerk of the
United States circuit court for the dis
trict of Utah sitting at Salt Lake City
do hereby certify the above and forego
ing to b a true perfect and complete
transcript and copy of an order for sci
vice heretofore made and now or record
In said court and In a certain cause No
109i in said court pending whrin the
United State of America is complainant
an tb Wasatch Water company defend
ant as fully and completely as the eame
still remains of record In my office
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of said
court at Salt Lake City in said district
this l1 day of Decemier A D 1109 1
SeatJ JERROLD R LETTER Clerk
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FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
BARGAINS IN HOMES
33500No 431 Tenth avenue Fiveroom
pressed brick bungalow modern
prese brik b1w moern
plumbing for furnace gas electric lights fitted
13750 No 516 E street Fiveroom bun
galow near the car line Large
front porch large bath room two
clothes closets g and electric
lights
oNo 403 Tenth avenue Fiveroom
bungalow interior mission finish full
basement and attic fitted for furnace
14500 No 3 Tenth avenue Sixroom
bungalow library living room din
ing room two b rooms three I
clothes closets and cabinet kitchen
4750No M9 Ninth avenue Sixroom
pressed brick stone foundation bun
galow mission finish large front
veranda modern plumbing and fut
> 6000No 1182 East Second South street
Sevenroom pressed bk itone
foundation dwelling Reception hal
five clothes closets modern plumb
ing basement and furnace I
K750No 789 Seventh avenue Seven
57rXo
room twoatoiy pressed brIck steno
foundation dweUing Reception hall
large front veranda screened back
porch modern plumbing and furnace
10110No M7 First avenue Baghtroom
pressed brick dwelling Modern
plumbing and furnace
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12000A lot 40xM6 feet Auto north on
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ROJOA lot GxM r OB 12th B rhis is
a fine buy
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100A fine corner lot 41 roia e E
lit So HOFFMAN dose in BBOsV
0 WEST SECOND SOUTH STUBCT
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FOR SA
A SPANISH GRANT
11CJ8S acres I contains 4UMMW feet
timber 3000000 railroad ties 25400 acre
farming land 75000 acres gracing land
and extraordinary coal and mineral crop
pings Near railroad Can b bought fO
less than S4GO per acre Call on F V
d Greet No U E 3 8 with Crome
JB > CO for particulars
FOR SALEIroom cottage bath
toilet pantry closet hall elect la
lights unfinished room upetars base
ment all papered oil cloth in kitchen
and bath house built 1906 5000
worth of good furniture including
new White sewing machine Si block
south of postofflce and all for J3250
Ail comfortable to move in Sidewalk
paid hedge Real Estate Exchange
Loan Co 125 South K
FOR SALE Fine corner 4U ft on
Main 132 ft on 9th S at only Ti >
per foot Main street frontage Posi
tively the biggest snap on market
Worthy 1112 a Investigation Both phones
1112FOR SALE Safe proposition front
age of 4l feet at 1200 per foot Ie
rods depth Practically business prop
erty on West lit South Present im
provement pay U p m If deal I
not satisfactory to purchaser at end
of five years present owner will agree
to return at sale price Investigate
Both phones 1112
FOR SALE
JR B
Choice building tote in ettar Halts
bi
fine level tote fia soil bftding Jp
rapidly 12000 to m M per lot i4oo
cash MM per month 7 per cert interest
This tote will donate I f Lifer they
are half paid fO Save a tow dollars
monthly b a begin t accumulate crs
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FOR BALE The Historians History of
the World Z volumes coat tlaOOO will
sell cheap Bell lZX
FOR SALE One 3piece ladys SUIt
worn once Bell phone 1291X
FOR SALEMust sell J600 Kranich
Bach 35000 1 talking machine 5
125 Schulz organ 4990 4100 talking
machine 23 uO H 8 Daynes suite No
1 HooperEldredge block entrance over
49 South Main
FOR SALE A boys velocipede 100
Mrs Martyn 18 West No Temple
FOR 8AJU f14st your property fo Hi
BDc ritb m HaUoranJuda C M Main SU
BJW
WE SELL real estate thats all Tuttls
Bros 153 Main St Red ball signs
FOR SALEIF YOU WANT TO BUY
sell or trade real estate call cm
GEORGE SAXTON one of the oldest
real estate men in Salt Lake City has
been in the business for over TWENTY
YEAR I sell farms In Utah and all
the surrounding states so i you have
pood farms for sale 1 will pay you well
to either write or call and see me at
ROOM 406 HOOPER BLDG EAST ON
IrfT SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
GEORGE SAXTON
FOR SALE
BUCKEYE REALTY COMPANY
308 Herald Bldg
Buy soil and exchange real estate hi all
its forris List your property with them
1 or results
FOR SALE Several modern hou
email payment balance same as rant
I Also few lots NyeB addition Snap
W B ANDREWS I CO
I Ml D F Walker Bldg Both pnonaa
F iH SALE NOTICE t nr State
J aliI Ui 4u 531k 0 foot Ci 3 K I ks 1n
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N OlD TIME fEUD
I
ENDS IN SHOOING
Continued from Page One
Ing to Salt Lake from Portland Christ 1
mas day I
The unknown wouldbe assassin I
with revolver drawn walked almost to I
the center of the street corner and then
stepped cautiously in the direction of I
Walker Now Ill get you right he I
snarled When less than ten paces
from Walker he fired three shots in I
rapid succession Walker tried to dodge
and reached for a revolver he carried I
in a coat pocket He had scarcely i
drawn the weapon when he grasped
his left arm where the third bullet I
fired by hia assailant had entered
jry God I am shot he cried as he
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rushed into the Germania saloon with I
blood streaming from his arm his pis
tol still in the grip of his right hand I
The saloon was filled with customers I
and the sight resulted in a stampede
for a rear entrance Chairs and tables
were upset and the bartender dodged
behind the bar
bhind br
Calls for Doctor
In the name of heaven call a doctor
tor cried Walker but when none in
the saloon would volunteer assistance I
he dashed to his hotel where a sur
dshed
goon was summoned At th hotel I
Walker quietly informed friends that
he was suspicious of having been fol
lowed from Portland where be is al
leged to have encountered clllUcuItiea
with an element of feudists He was
positive last night that his assailant
was an agent who had long been try
ing to get within close range of him
with the result that he selected an ex
clusive hotel when he came to Salt
Lake
John Bennett proprietor of the Ben
nett Paint company on First South
street was a witness to the shooting
When a tall man of unusually fine
appearance who was Walker had
passed under the light at the Germania
saloon sid Bennett I saw another
man equally fine in appearance leave
the saloon He at first seemed t fol
low in the tracks of his predecessor
Then with his eyes fastened on the
flrht man walked into the middle of
the street drew out a revolver pulled
the slouch hat down over his eyes and
opened fire I expected to see some one
fall but strangely no one did A a
matter of fact this did not particular
ly interest me fo I was looking for a
thick brick wall immediately after
shots began to ring in my ears
Policemen In Pursuit
Patrolmen Armstrong and MacMar
tin were within half a block of the
street corner when the shooting be
gan Both drew their revolvers and
started after the wouldbe assassin I
He at first hugged buildings and then
began running i a zigzag course as
though expecting that th policemen
would open fire He still held the re
volver in his hand and once turned 1
though Intending to aim at Patrolman
I Armstrong But It appears that h
changed his mind suddenly as he came
to a board fence down First South
street which he crossed with the ease
of an athlete and disappeared
The fence proved too much of an
obstacle for th policemen and when
they darted around its ends th fugi
tive had made good Me escape
As near as the police can learn th
unknown man probably would have
tpp the scales at 165 pounds stand
five feet ten inches He
ing fve fet wore i
lightcolored suit of clothes under his
overcoat He was smooth shaven and
bartenders in the Germania saloon who
saw him leaning against the cigar
counter say that he wore a large diamond
mond stick pin in a red cravat
DEGREE TEAM TO VISIT
OGDEN JANUARY 18
Modern Woodmen of America Great
Salt Lake No 10071 met In
Slt Lke camp 106 regu
lar session at th lodge rooms in 1 O
O F hal last night and transacted only
routine business The degree team of the
camp under the leadership of Captain I
Otto G Weber ha arranged to hold a
dance followed by refreshments in the I
ball room of I O O F hall next Thurs
day night the proceeds of which will b
used t defray the expenses of the trip I
planned to Ogden on January 1 where
the degree team accompanied by a large
number of th members goes on th in
vitation of the Ogden camp to initiate
a class of neophytes J
i i
I NEGRO HOLDUP BOUND i
OVER DISTRICT COURT
The case of Toy Smith the negro hold
up who recently attacked a Bingham
miner robbing ilm of 40 was referred
to tho district court yesterday by order
of Judge J M Bowman and in default I
of 1000 bail Smith was taken to the
county jail Smith served a long sen
tence at the penitentiary for strangling a I
Chinese on Commercial street and it is
elivt that his assault upon the Bing
sentence ham miner will result in another prison
I
EXCELSIOR CAMP ADDS
ONE NEW MEMBER
Excelsior camp No 10S92 Modern Wood
I men of America held its last regular
I meeting of th month and year at the
I lodge rooms in Knights of Pythias hal
last night and initiated one new member I
A Jaffe Ito the order
Committees were appointed to audit the
accounts of the last half year and in
spect the reports of various committees
for the same period These reports will
be read before the camp at the next
regular meeting which will b held Jan
uary 4 t the lodge rooms
Last nights meeting was the last of
th year ani the last meeting with the
old officers presiding The officerselect
will be 4 installed at the meeting January
0
DEFiNiTiON Of A
DRINKING MAN IS
DRNKING GVEN BY BROKW I i
Continued from Page One iI i I
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F
W GOULD BROKAW
A night session was held with Brokaw
still on the stand
Mr Baldwin attempted to get at some
facts concerning Brokaws income which
the defendant has attempted to show Is
not as large as reported in opposition
to his wifes demand for alimony
D you own a yacht he was asked
No I dont replied Brokaw
How much is the yacht you do not
ow worth was another question
About 100000 fame the answer
The witness could not recall if he ever
discussed a plan to avoid paying alimony
He admitted that since the proceedings
began he had transferred the Great
Neck L I property t6 others
I you draw a check now where
would you go to get it cashed
I would go where the money was replied
plied Brokaw
Thats what we are trying to find out
Where is the money
There is not any Just now replied
the witness stubbornly
The hearing will continue tomorrow
SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPILS
HAVE ENJOYABLE TIME
A committee of ladles connected with
the instt lon held a Christmas entertain
ment for te pupils of the American Union
Sabbath school in the Oakley addition
Monday There was a large attendance
of pupils and their parents
A program of recitation and song with
Miss Worrall at th organ was rendered
followed by graphophone selectigns and
refreshments Every one present received
a basket containing candy and nuts
Following are the names of those who
were in charge of the affair Mrs J
Davison Mrs W Jones Mrs H J Pits
Mrs D A Everett Mrs W L Wilcox
I Worrall Miss Gertrude Bernie C 0 aa r and Miss
I BATES SEVERELY
I Unwararnted Attack by Negro Re
suits in His Arrest
Eugene Bingham colored a frequenter
of the dives of Commercial street vicious
ly attacked Herbert Bates an employe
of the water department last night while
the latter was walking up Orpheum ave
nue beating him with his fists until Bates
was rendered Insensible Bates says Uiat
he does not know the negro and claims
that his presence in the Commercial
street district resulted from an attempt
to make a snort cut to Main street
Desk Sergeant f C Speers who was
returning from dinner when Bates was
attacked placed the negro under arrest

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