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14 THE HERALDREPUBLIOAN SALT LAKE OITY UTAH SUNDAY JUNE 19 1910 SECTION ONE
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When You Buy An AutomohileI I
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you want a car that will run smoothly at
all times look well be perfectly safe and
endure as a good car should
If you buy a Locomobile you buy the
ca > ilnt of all those qualities it has
I justly boon accorded the distinction of be
ing
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The Best Built Car in America
The Locomobile
BARNETT KAAR
The Temple Garage 109111 West So Temple
Utah AErnts Salt Lake City ttah
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ANNOUNCEMENT
Grand Opening June 25 and Special
30Day Sale
Granite Furniture i i
Company
SUGAR HOUSE
we have jest completed our beautiful new building on Twelfth So
and stocked It with uptodate furniture direct from the factory We
have spared no money or energy In going Into the into I ness right and are
t 4 determined U give the people best values obtainable anywhere Con
ldrr 1 our fItU for making the prices Building G5 feet wide on
wrlfth SvMtfc I floors owned by the company not a cent to pay In rent
a O compared to at least lice monthly vpUowH We arc Just over the
t > oru > r line of the city limits on one of the beet boulevards of tho coun
ty which puts our tax a at the minimum IR every way our expenses
are cat down mpard to uptown stores and yet we have access to the
most thrifty growth of the city Oar goods are snipped to our door In
rar load and bought right Every design the latest and best So confi
dent are we that a visit to the store will convince that wo give a beauti
ful J80 Charter Oak Stove away free
June 25th 1010 Ii I opening day UV Kant yon to call end be con
vinced I roonmlr and Ice ten erred for the Ilrat rrcek
Take Sncnr llotmc or Aiihlon ave cnr to Twelfth South
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49 South Main Street
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Now Is the Time to Enroll With Us
New Classes Starting Monday
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Improve Your Time During Vacation Season
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Special Low Rate
for Summer
Day and Night Sessions All the Year
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Call write or phone for full information
Henagers Business College
Concert by Helds Band at
LIberty I
Park Sunda
Sunday at 5 p m
I Concert by Holds Band at Liberty
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I Park Sunday at 5 p m
i Montgomerys Big Band Saltalr to
day Concerts afternoon and evening
leo W hbert Co
have moved their big line
of
Wall Paper Pictures
and < < 1 Picture Framing
to 41 Mam Street
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Great Valu
Giving Items
ONE HUNDRED BE UTIFUL
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OnePiece Silk
I lJresses 0 e P
A sample line secured by our New York buyer Handsome onepiece Silk
Dresses in Rajah Taffeta Pongee and Foulard No two dresses alike They are
in plain and fancy figured and without doubt the greatest values ever offered
All sizes
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Dainty One Piece
Washable Dresses J
Several different models straight front and belt effect in the Dutch and high
neck A dainty pretty dress for all occasions Colorstan light blue rose
white and lavender A good assortment of sizes
Two Extraordinary
Values in I
White MuslinPetticoGts i t
Lot lf Values up Lot 2 Values up
to 175 Monday at > to 225 Monday at J
98 119 I
These petticoats at the above prices are the best values that we have ever had
the pleasure in offering You select from several different stylesthey are either
lace or embroidery trimmed and finished with rows of tucks made of fine quality I
material Waist Sale I 95 I
The Celebrated KNICKERBOCKER AND MARQUISE waist Two of the best
fitting waists that are manufactured The sale embraces waists in values up to
350 in the lingerie and tailored effects Pretty new materials low and high neck
J Also the sailor collar Many pretty models effectively trimmed with tucks lace or
embroidery All sizes
75c Waists at 39c I
An early Monday Morning SpecialJUST TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY
WAISTS in the lot The price asked wouldnt pay for the making let alone the cost t
of the material And the woman who secures one of these waists is certainly well
repaid for T her time They come in the fancy striped material light and dark
shades All sizes from 3i up to 44 Be on hand early for they will go out with a
tremendous rush
I PARASOLS 5c
A great variety to choose fromtrim med with insertion and embroidery All
colors and white
LONG SILK
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GLOVES e o uC
In all colors and plain black and white Made of best quality silkdouble tips
I all sizes Regular 150 glove as above quoted
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ALONZO E HYDE SR
Prominent Mining Man Who Is Found at Homo Where He Had Been Dead
for Three Days
p VinKNTLY stricken with apo
LI plexy or heart failure some tim
Wednesday evening Alonzo E Hyde
62 yoars old for nearly half a century
A well known resident of Salt Lake
was found dead yesterday morning In
his home 322 Tenth avenue the dis
covery being made by a neighbor who
chanced to visit the Hyde home at
nbout 11 oclock From the condition
of the body and from other Indica
tions death occurred several days ago
Hyde was downtown Wednesday
afternoon and on his return invited
one of his neighbors into the house
for a glass of soda
Yesterday when a neighbor called
at the Hydo home she found the door I
unlocked and as no one responded to
her knocks for admission she entered
In an inner room the well known min
ing man wall found a corpse The
woman Immediately summoned her
husband who in turn notified Dr C
F Wllcox and notified the office of A
E Hyde Jr son of tho dead man
Since the death of his wife Anna
Taylor Hyde the aged mining man I
had been living with his daughter
Miss Jean Hyde Miss Hyde was vis
iting in Logan returning yesterday
afternoon after the discovery or her
fathers dead body During her ab
sence Mr Hyde was urged to live
with another daughter Mrs J F
Merrill but ho preferred to remain at
home and take care of the lawn and
chickens A E Hyde Jr and wife
were in Ogden returning yesterday
afternoon
The funeral will be held this after
noon at 4 oclock from the Seven
teenth ward meeting house and burial
will bo in City cemetery
Alonzo E Hyde came to Utah with
his parents in 1862 His surviving
children are Mrs J F Merrill Mrs
A J Ridges Alonzo E Hyde Jr John
Hyde Miss Jean Hyde Mrs Rollln
Dole of California Harold Hyde arid
Gordon Hyde the last named being a
missionary for the Mormon church in
the > Sandwich Islands
For many years Hyde was engaged
in the mining business and he was a
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prominent ngure in Salt Lake With
tho exception of headaches had not
complained of any illness recently
and his death camo as a surprise It
Is presumed that while resting after
returning from downtown Hyde was
seized with a severe stroke The body
was removed to the undertaking par
lors of Joseph William Taylor ana
rrepared for burial
Mr Hyde was one of the vonlremen
drawn for the current term in the
Third district court and Wednesday
morning he was examined as to his
qualifications as a Juror to sit in the
Riley murder case before Judge T D
Lewis He was excused at noon and
requested to report at 2 oclock At
2 oclock he did not appear and at
torms for both sides agreed to dis
miss him from the case although he
was retained on the
venire and sub I
ject to call In other cases
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I DELIVER M7VV CAllS
The RaymondBracken
Auto
com
pany have delivered the
following
during the cars
last fifteen day
Edward
McGurrln Premier 440
S L Richards Premier touring 690 car
touring
car JImpson
Bunker
of Bingham
Canyon Cadillac
30 domltonnoau It
E Edwards Premier
440
Mr Boon touring car
of Vernal Cadillac SO touring
car Wimmor
Investment Co
410 touring ear J Bogard of Bingham Premier
Canyon Cadillac
30 touring
car A F
Smith
I Cadillac 30 touring car
II I I REPORT TO COME lATER
IlfilllnccrFlnchnt Committee Meets
Itrhlml cintcil Doors find Ad
journ Until Xcxt Sntttrdnj
Washington Juno lSThe chances
of a verdict from the lialltnger
Pinchot investigating committee dur
ing the present session of Congros are
remote The committee hold a meet
ing today behind closed doors but It
was announced that an adjournment
had been taken until next Saturday
It was learned that there wore no ex
pressions of opinion an to the merits of
the case Several of the members had
not read tho briefs submitted by the
attornoys and therefore were not pre
pared to begin the preparation of a
report
Mr Nolson said after the meeting
today that ho did not think It would
be possible for the committee to con
clude its labors before the adjourn
ment of Congress
i The committee has authority to
meet the recess of Congress and it Is
possible that the report will be com
pleted and given to the public during
the summer or fall
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