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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MARCH 22 1910 3
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An Inhalation for
WhoopmgCough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
Diphtheria Catarrh
Crwoleno Is a Boon io Asthmatics
effective to breathe In a
Does it not teem more
remedy for dl easea ol the breathing org na than
to take the remedy Into the gtomach 1
Creaoleno cures becaute the air rendered
transit antlwptlo U carried over the dlleued
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prolonged
Btrlns
urf ace with every breath
constant treatment It Is Invaluable to mother
with email children
Those of a Con re 9eP
nnniptive Tendency CvJJ
will find Immediate relief d
from Coughs or Inflamed it
CondItion of the throat
ALL DRUGGISTS kk
Send postal for de
tcrtptlTc Booklet
VapoCrenolrno Ce
ISO Fulton Street
New York
Hiawatha Coal I
Carbon County Utah produces the
best coal mined in the west
Hiawatha
ts the best coal mined In Carbon coun
ty
ALL DEALERS
Mined by
Consolidated Fuel Company
532 Judge Bldg
Most
Liberal
Credit
System
Men and women can dress
in stylish clothes and have
same ohargtd Buy now
pay later
1i1Mthflr nfuty f ath
WALL PAPER
BARGAINS
At our new store < six doors north
ot our old location
Great assortments of patterns In
every conceivable style and color
Ing at
at15c 20c 25c
per double rolls
We Invite your inspection of our
very large line of domestic and
imported Art Papers
Pictures and Picture Framing
Geo Wo Ebert
Co
41 MAIN
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NEW STYLES
I For men women
I nod children nt
Krently reduced
prices
120 Main Street
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The Oldest and Lsxt
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Watch our store for the greatest sav
ings ever realized on new clear ready
wear garments
Its the way we are going to pull the
trade State street way
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Clothes Shop
Bungalow Theatre Building
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whiskey any purer than
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BOTTLED IN BOND
Since 1857 the Governments
Standard of Purity
Write for free copy of Making the Standard
Kyo Woiskey ot America
A GUCKENHEIMER BROS
Distillers PitUburg Siaca 1857
The steady nerves of
the influential successful
wellliked individual are
the envy of the timid
coldskinned person who
lacks initiativeand red
blood
A nervous person is al
ways at a disadvantage
Coffee is a common
cause of cold hands and
feet nervous trepidity
etc
What a delightful
change it is to feel the
power of warm blood and
strong nerves Stop drink
ing coffee for a week or
ten days and use Postum
as the table beverage
Make your Postum
strong and rich boil it
15 minutes or longer
serve piping hot with
good cream and it is de
licious and wholesome
too
Postum contains no cof
fee or other drugs caf
feine is the drug in cof
fee but only the food
elements of clean roasted
wheat and a small amount
of molasses
Read The Road to
Wellville in pkgs
Theres a Reason
Cleanj j
fresh roasted and deli
cious is Hewletts
LUNETA steelcut cof
fee No chaff or dirt iJ i J
always ready for use
and sold by your grocer I
at 30c per pound
Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO
Two million dollars guarantees the
I accuracy of every abstract made by the
Salt Lake Security Trust Co 32 Up
Main W f own our own records
ESTABLISHED 1e4
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DN FlCerrOAlJL lNfVEIt UNDERSOIL
A Great PreEaster Sale of
Womens Spring Suits
for your choice of an I
D 24 7 5 assortment of wom f IIil
ens suits that embrace all the leading
styles and upon which we have expend
ed great effort to excel We are satisfied
they cannot be duplicated under 3000
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d I fl 7 is our price for at
D 1975 I least six new popu
lar and distinctive stylesbeauties every
one that call forth words of admiration
and astonishment at such values priced so
low for they are 2500 suits
I ° for your choice of an j
12 9 5
LJ assortment of wom
ens suits that embody all tho style qual
ity that the more expensive suits possess I
The materials are of the newest fabrics
and we assure you they are 1750 values
Tree Tea
is i Uncolored and complies 1 i
with all Pure Food regulations
A tea to be high quality must be first crop
must be mountain grownmust be uniform
Tree Tea is
first crop
mountain grown <
always uniform
Beware of imitations
M J BRANDEtfSTEJN CO
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For Men For Women
the price that is making the Davis Store
famous
styles for men and womenhigh or low
cuts in all leathers
the moneyback guarantee with ev
ery pairand theyre only two and a
half
238
Money
340
Back
Main
Shoes
Street
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Premiums free to boys and
girls with any pair of shoes
purchased in the childrens
department
Yours Shoely iI I i
HIRSCHMAN
SHOE PEOPLE
l liB South Main JjI I
Reliable
Dentists
Prices
Reasonable
Best Work
DR ZIMMERMAN
334 MAIN ST
Set of Teeth best red rubber 1700
Gold crowns 22K J500
Bridge Work best v3 OO
Gold Fillings 160 up
Silver Fillings 750
AH work guaranteed 12 years
Painless extraction tree with Plates
YOUNG MEN
For GoBnoea and Qlert Eet Posts Okay Specific
It is the ONLY medicine which will cure each and
every case NO CASE known it has ever failed ti
how long standmx
cure no matter how serious or of
Results from its use will astonish yon
It is absolutely safe prevents stricture n fj j
and eanbe taken without ture3 I U U
and detention from business PRICE T
For sale by SCHRAMMJOHNSOI
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I CLASSICS
I are bright interesting
I little books full of good
Hg readingmade to read
11 while riding to or from
I IC your work or In any
u spare moments
These are a few of the
title
titleLove
Love and Friendship
Intellect
Character
Manners
Use and Misuse of
Books
Art Poetry and Music
Beauties of Nature
Destiny of Man I
Elegantly bound well
printed
35c
DeseretS Union
Book Store
44 East South Temple
Hall order I Mot eTU7
food book
same
filled that
day a Je published
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A CLOCK
of unquestioned Integrity Is a rare
specimen
We have them and they are beau
tiful as well
Phone 65 for the correct time
Jrattaaa
IIMr tL COY
MANY OVERDRAfTS
SHOWN IN REPORT
Annual Statement of the City
Auditor Made Up Princi
pally of Red Ink
FINANCES IN BAD SHAPE
SINKING FUNDS ARE DEPLETED
FOR OTHER PURPOSES
If City Auditor Alff reckons right in
his balances of city finances the treas
ury la in worse condition now than
ever before as Indicated by a liberal
smearing of red ink denoting over
drafts in the annual report Just issued
from his office The habit of Juggling
overdrafts had such a strong hold on
the auditor and his force of account
ants that the time allowed by law for
completing the report was considerably
overdrawn
The report which lsv for the fiscal
year ending Dec 31 1909 shows that
there was only 7894167 on hand a
falling off of 2153430 of the year be
fore Collections were not pushed for
the list shows the following increases
in funds nqt collected Uncollected
taxes 3756810 uncollected water
rates 2662616 accounts receivable
2952746
The record of overdrafts Is further
heightened by an entry in the red of
Tp752065 A remarkable feature of the
report is an actual overdraft of 4
91658 In the sinking fund which the
law says shall not be tampered wIth
Money is often borrowed from this
fund to be used for other purposes
despite the legal injunction against it
There is also an overdraft of 141496
in the sewers and drains fund
The overdraft In the streets and side
walks fund amounts to 5752085 which
Is shown as the largest overdraft In
the report of cash in general revenue I
funds However the greatest overdraft
Is not reflected here because of the
outstanding warrants
Adds to Big Overdraft
The outstanding or unpaid warrants
for the year 1909 amounted to 436
S23SO The warrants outstanding at
the end of the previous year were
381649 This adds to the city over
draft during the year 5518429
While the general revenue funds con
tain almost enough red ink to paint the
inside 01 the City creek aqueduct the
cardinal decorations of the revenue
surplus funds are quite sufficient to
smear the outside The contingent
fund shows a balance of 17067840 but
this is more than offset by outstanding
obligations Th water supply funa
shows a clear I O U of 7252853
while the streets and sidewalks fund
shows an overdraft of 11077684 and
the sewers and drains fund is in the
rod to the extent of 7732041
In every instance the overdrafts far
outstrip the overdrafts at the end of
U OS Despite the fact that in making
up the annual budget claims were made
that the citys expenditures would
keep within the revenues leaving a
working balance for the ensuing year
the report shows that the revenues
from all sources for 1909 were 1342
75511 while the expenditures were 1
353C9048 a matter of 1035537 differ
ence which added to overdrafts In
special funds and the great gob of out
standing warrants makes an aggre
gate overdraft that would startle or
dinary financiers
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Interest Items Hlgtf
The report further shows that the
city paid 15832626 In Interest on out
standing bonds As this interest had to
be met and as there was not sufficient
money in many of the funds to meet
the payments some of the money was
borrowed from other funds thus add
ing to the overdrafts
The uncollected assessments of all
kinds of public improvements amount
ed to 136268810
The report of the auditor is volumliy
ous and In general it shows Just what
was shown by the treasurers annual
report issued shortly after the first of
the year However in the matter of
overdrafts it is much more specific
SAMUEL MKEES RELATIVES
Does anyone know who are tho rela
tives or descendants of Captain Samuel
McKee If so a favor would be con
ferred by Imparting the Information to
Adjutant General E A Wedgwood Mc
Kee was appointed to the military acad
emy at West Point from ttah and grad
uated from that institution jn 1858 He
served in the civil war and was killed at
Cold Harbor Va June 3 1861 A firm
of Washington attorneys wants to know
about his relatives or heirs and has writ
ten Adjutant General Wedgwood for the
Information
SMELTER SMOKE SUIT
Claiming the fumes of the smoke of the
Garfield Smelting company have injured
crops and stock suit was brought in the
district court yesterday by alter Sted
man and thirteen others seeking to re
cover J1373J The thirteen farmers have
assigned their claims to Steadman who
Is bringing the suit in his own name He
claims the damage was done to vegetation
and livestock during 1M 3 and 1909
SPECIAL SERVICES
DURING HOLY WEEK
I
Passion of Christ Commemo
rated in All the
Churches
This weekthe week of the commem
oration of the passion of ChristIs held
sacred by all of the Christian faith
To the devoted Catholic and Protestant
alike the solemn services of Holy
Week ending in the glorification of
Easter are the most significant of the
year In the ritualistic churches Holy
Week is observed with dally services
appropriate to the events which the
day commemorates
Palm Sunday Monday Tuesday and
Wednesday before Easter Maundy
Thursday Good Friday and Easter
Even the days of Holy Week all have
a solemn significance in the church cal
endar In the Episcopal church dally
services are held with the passion ser
vices on Good Friday
MaundyThursday celebrates the in
stitution of the Lords supper and is
socalled from the word Mandatum
a command referring to Christs words
Do this in remembrance of me In
the Catholic church this day is cele
brated by the mass of the Holy Eu
christ and by the consecration of the
oils used throughout the year
Good Friday is the day of Christs
crucifixion and In all ritualistic
churches is observed by the passion
service The day Is set apart for sol
emn religious observation and In many
cities its influence extends to business
and social affairs
Holy Saturday or EasterEven
marks the interval between the death
of the Savior and the resurrection
morn It is still a period of mourning
and is observed amdng the devout by
a cession of pleasure and labor
At St Marks cathedral there will be
services at 10 and 430 dally on Wed
nesday Thursday and Friday evenings
at 8 with the celebration of holy com
munion on Tuesday and Thursday at
730 a m and the passion service on
Good Friday from 12 to 3 This is
marked by the black hangings used on
the altar and the draped cross The
cathedral bell is tolled 33 times In com
memoration of Christs years upon
earth
Services at St Pauls church will be
daily at 10 and 4 with evening prayer
at 7 on Thursday and Friday
At St Marys cathedral on Wednes
day Thursday and Friday the office
of the Tenebra darkness Is recited
or chanted The candles used In the
service are extinguished in commemo
ration of the abandonment of the
Savior by his disciples when he was
taken before Pontius Pilate
Thursday morning at S oclock Bish
op Scanlan will consecrate the oils used
during the year in religious ceremoni
als On Good Friday there will be
sanctified mass at 8 Bishop Scanlan
officiating The ceremony of the Ad
oration of the Cross precedes the mass
of the presanctifled On Holy Sa ur
day tho services commence at 7 with
the blessing of the baptismal font
after solemn high mass
These solemn ceremonies of Holy
Week have been observed since the
early days of the church Dating to
apostolic times the days have been set
apart as the most sacred of the year
and they are now generally commemor
ated by special services in churches of
all denominations
RACE WAR IS PENDING
Greeks and Albanians in West Part
of City Have Embryo Racial
Differences
The beginning of a race war between
Greeks and Albanians in the colony of
foreigners in West Second South street
near the Denver Rio Grande depot
was called to the attention of the po
lice yesterday afternoon In a hearing
in Judge J M 1 Bowmans court The
case was between Christ Make Alban
ian and Fiscula Mersin a Greek in
which the latter claims that Make not
only tried to cheat him out of em
ployment but smashed his ice cream
wagon
When It became evident to Judge
Bowman that the dispute between the
Greek and Albanian merely amountEd
to racial differences he practically
threw the case out of court under
agreement that Make would repair
Mersins ice cream cart During the
hearing testimony furnished by mem
bers of the Greek and Albanian factions
developed that the Greeks were at
tempting to drive the Albanians out of
Salt Lake while the Albanians had
been striving to banish the Greeks and
that war to the knife had frequently
been threatened
In securing testimony from the Al
banian witnesses it was necessary to
have their statements transmitted to
a Greek who knew the Albanian
tongue but not English and then to
another Greek who could talk English
In this manner it required fully five
minutes to get a reply from the Al
banians in the examination
The police In the Greek colony were
last night Instructed to keep In close
touch with the situation
PEOPLE CONTINUE TO
ASK FOR INFORMATION
Secretary J L Perkes of the Salt Lake
Chamber of Commerce Is In receipt of a
number of inquiries from people and
firms in various parts of the county all
seeking information concerning the varied
industries and the opportunities offered
In this section of the west
The H Black company of Cleveland
0 asks for the names and addresses of
three reliable firms where womens outer
wear is sold
The DennanCole company of Seattle
Wash la desirous of learning the name
of a responsible collection agency
The Nashau Board of Trade of Nashau
N H solicits the support of the local
organization in securing the passage of
the law which will make the headwaters
of the Merrimac rlvr tin the White
mountains a national forest reserve
Hauss Newton general commission
brokers of Marysvllle Cal asks for a
list of wholesale grocers doing business
in Salt Lake
Curtis F Craig of Startham N H
states that he became Interested In an
advertisement that appeared In Colliers
Weekly to the effect that laborers could
find employment in Salt Lake He says
uiat he Is a chauffeur and asks the
local Chamber of Commerce for Informa
tion concerning the demand for people
li his class of work
I T
NORTHWESTERN U HEAD
TO VISIT ALUMNI HERE
Abram Winegardner Harris SclX
LLD president of Northwestern univer
sity will v sit the alumni of Salt Lake
and vicinity Monday March 2S
President Harris first became known as
the organizer of the experiment stations
for the United States government He
was president of the University of Maine
for Ight years was director of the Jacob
Tome Institute at Port Deposit Md and
became president of Northwestern univer
sity in 1906
C L Johns is acting secretary of the
1ncpJ alumni association
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WOMEN LISTEN TO
TALK BY COLLETT
Club Members Are Urged to
Take Up Food
n
At the monthly meeting of the Wom
ans league yesterday afternoon D
F Collett secretary of the Merchants
and Manufacturers association made
a lengthy address In which he touched
on several vital questions affecting the
welfare of Salt Lake He urged the
ladies to take up the question of food
products because they are more direct
ly concerned In the matter than tho
men He said that the maxim of the
Merchants and Manufacturers asso
ciation is that if their goods are not as
good as others they did not want Salt
lAke people to buy them as a matter
of sentiment He also pointed out that
the rapid growth of this city made It
mperatlve that more factories be es
tablished here
There are 500 articles of dally use
now being manufactured In Utah said
Mr Collett but we need more factor
es We need a glass factory very bad
ly Right here in this stato we have a
mine of silica which makes the best
grade of glass In the world We also
have the best kind of mineral for the
manufacture of steel
We want to interest the ladies in a
Salt Lake chamber of commerce The
Merchants and Manufacturers associ
ation has been working on a plan for
the construction of a permanent build
Ing where can be exhibited the pro
ducts of this state and we ask the
league for its moral support
The league favored a plan of the Fed
eration of Womens clubs to establish I
a mothers day when valentines and
buttons appropriate to the day will be
sold the funds realized to be used for
the federation of clubs and the Parka
and Playgrounds association May 2
was the day selected as Mothers Day
the sales of valentines and buttons to
be on May 6 and 7 It was decided
that members of the league set aside
March 25 as general cleaning up day
The committee appointed to further
the cause of early closing made a fav
orable report and will meet again to I I
day to take 7 further action
A vote of thanks was extended to
merchants who so readily responded to
the request of the early closing com
mittee and the secretary was instruct
ed to write a letter of thanks to each
firm Mrs Olive Havens was ap
pointed a committee to see what could
be done to have the curfew law more
rigidly enforced
PENNSYLVANIA SYSTEM
TO TEACH APPRENTICES
Local railroad men are interested In a
unique system of schooling Just started
by the Pennsylvania Railroad company
at Altoona Pa by which the manage
ment has arranged with the Pennsylvania
state college to send professors to Al
toona two days a week to give instruc
tion to apprentices employed in the rail
road shops Special quarters have been
constructed for the school rooms
The plan with which the Pennsylvania
Railroad company Is experimenting is to
educate apprentices along the lines of
work which they are following with the
view that this instruction will result in
their becoming better and more efficient
workmen At the same time their rec
ords in the school will give the employ
ing officers a better opportunity to Judge
of their qualifications
The membership of the first class will
be composed of apprentices of the fourth
year who have shown ability In their
work and a disposition to better their
education It will be optional with the
young men whether or not they will
take the course but after entering the
school attendance will be compulsory
MISSING CHILDREN ARE
FOUND BY CHIEF BARLOW
Chief of Police S M Barlow yesterday
succeeded in finding the two daughters
of Paul Mortensen of Minneapolis Minn
who had been lost to him for 23 years
They are Mrs Annie Hessler 958 East
Eleventh South street of this city and
Mrs Minnie Jensen of Seattle Wash
Mrs Hessler informed Chief Barlow
yesterday morning that her father Paul
Mortensen had preceded his family to
America from Denmark 23 years ago
and that he had become lost to them A
year after his advent to this country
Mrs Mortensen and her two daughters
came to Utah expecting to find him here
The first news received from the missing
father was a letter from Mor enson that
camo to Chief Barlow Saturday
Mrs Hessler has written her father
and also her sister Mrs Jensen of Se
attle
PLASTER MAKERS IN
ANNUAL CONVENTION I
Delegates Representing Principal
PlaIts West of Chicago Gath
ered at Knutsford Hotel
I
The Plaster Manufacturers association
representing the principal plaster plants
west of Chicago met in annual con
vention at the Knutsford hotel yester I
day It was thought that th question
I
of securing better rates from the trans I
portation lines would come up for dis
cussion as the prevailing rates are not
at all satisfactory to the association but
this was not touched upon
According to Secretary George > i Short
the object of the meeting was to get
the members better acquainted with each
other secure an excharge of ideas and
to try and devise the best means of pro
moting the best Interests of the associ
tlon I
tlonAt the morning session there was a gen
eral discussion regarding trade prospects
for the year and it was the general opin
ion that everything pointed to a most
successful season The delegates were
entertained at luncheon at the Alta club
by the Nephl Plaster company
The afternoon wound up the convention
and by last night most of the delegates
had started for home The following
plants were represented at the conven
tion United States Gypsum Co Chicago
American Cement Plaster Co Lawrence
Kan Acme Cement Plaster Co St
Louis Colorado Cement Co Denver
Overland Plaster Co Laramie Wyo
Buckhorn Plaster Co Loveland Colo
Oregon Lime Plaster Co Portland
Ore Nephi Plaster Co Nephl Utah and
the Jumbo Paster Co Sigard Utah
C B Floyd of Chicago secretary of
the national organization was one of
those in attendance
W L Ellerbeck representing the Nephi
Plaster company stated last night that
there was a prospect of the formation
of a Utah organization t 3 bring the
state manufacturers ln closer touch with
each other
SURVEYORS NEAR BOISE
CAUSE SPECULATION
Considerable speculation has been
aroused in Boise Ida over the presence
in Boise valley In the vicinity of the vil
lage of Star of a party of surveyors
who aro understood to bo crosssectioning
the country in that neighborhood It is
believed in Salt Lake that the surveyors
are at work on the proposed route of the
Idaho Central railroad which is intended
to run from Owinza to Payette Ida via
the south fork of the Boise river through
Boise and the Payette valley Advices
received here are that the engineers are
making a most careful survey of the sec
tion
BUILDING PERMIT FOR
MOTION PICTURE SHOW
Three permits aggregating 32500 were
issued by Building Inspector A B Hirth
yesterday One is for a moving picture
house at 22346 South State street to
cost 123000 with the show house and a
threestory rooming house The permits
were
J JT Snell 22246 South State street
threestory brick building for store IA mov
ing picture theatre and hotel 23090
George A West 1452 Ramona avenue
frame dwelling 400
George B Standing 315 Tenth East
street fiveroom brick dwelling 2500
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I Incorporations I
The Moxum Drug company filed arti
cles with the county clerk yesterday
with a capital stock of 5000 In dollar
shares and taking over the drug store
at VA South State street in full payment
Tho officers are Thomas Elliott presi
dent George J McGonegal vice presi
dent Edith S Elliott secretary and
treasurer with Edward McGonegal and
Claude T Barnes additional directors
An amendment to the articles of the
firm of Noall Bros Armstrong was
filed with the county clerk yesterday In
creasing tho capital stock from 50000 to
J7500
The Sunset Leasing company of SaJt
Lake filed articles with the county clerk
yesterday placing the capital stock at
J30000 in shares of St5 each of which
1000 shares are held In the treasury The
officers are A B Cramer president
Alexander J Rosenfield vice president
John W Burton secretary E E Ben
nett treasurer with J R HillIer as the
additional director The company takes
In full payment for the capital stock
leases on several claims from R B Tar
bet in the Loan Star mining district
Beaver county
The Electric Horse Radish company
yesterday filed an amendment to Its arti
cles in the county clerks office Increas
ing the capital stock from 10000 to 50000
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SUPERINTENDENT NELSON BACK
A C Nelson state superintendent of
public Instruction was at his office yes
terday for a short time but with no very
serious Intention of getting to work for I
a day or two He returned Sunday night
from Chicago where he underwent an I
operation for cancer at the Presbyterian
general hospital Mr Nelson Is looking
well and says he feels well The opera
tion Is said to have been a complete suc
cess
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Paul E Goss and wife to Clifford I I
Goff part of section 24 township
2 south range 1 west 251
E W Wilson and wife to Danlel E I
Folsom lot 51 Martins subdivi
sion 200
E S Sears to W J Korth lot 13 i
block 70 KInney Gourleys Im i
proved City plat 1
Thomas H Fitzgerald to Edith S I
Fitzgerald part of lot 2 block 86
plat D 1
Mary E Rasband et al to Thomas j
D Stephens lot 9 block 2 State r
Street addition 300
Katie Quealy to M P Myton part i
of lot 7 block 7 tenacre plat A 1
Henry W Lawrence and wife to Al
bertlna M Forclund lots 13 and 14
block S East Park subdivision 10 I
Albertina M Forslund to Edward
Laird lots 20 and 21 block 6 East
Park subdivision 10
Ben R Eldredge and wife to Bruce
Hamilton lot 7 block 1 Benwood
plat A ISO
Ben R Eldredge and wife to Bruce
Hamilton lot 6 block 1 Benwood
plat A 1
G Lavagnlno and wife to Peter N
Rourke part of lot 1 block 37
plat A 5000
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