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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

Y 4r l 3 t I c t If 6 p 1 1 The in the I EELII All the News All the r Only Paper Time Fearless Frank Weather Inter ountain West that and 20 the Carries Associated the Full Press Report and of itATiD REFUJLTN Honest Republican Is Slogan The Herald Today I Pages EirFa U You Dont Read The the Hearst Leased Wire Herald Republican How Fair News Service Do You Know Established InterMountain February Republican 12 WOfi SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 Price 5 Cents Established The Bait Lake June Herald 6 1870 CHEERS AND EARS J CLOSE ENCA9MENTt Hospitality of Salt Lake and Utah Qfven Lavish PraIse Iy Veterans fiAIEIY AND A1OS COMMINGLED The fortythird annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic in session in Salt Lake City Aug IS 1909 resolves as follows I The fortythird annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Repub lic Is unable In words to express its appreciation of the boundless and lavish hospitality courtesy and kindness bestowed on its old soldier guests by Salt Lake Cit...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

1 jr i r U 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 RCEPTION TO WAR MUSICIANS F Emma Ramsey Morris Enter tains Association to Which Her Father Belonged t FINE PROGRAM IS GIVEN it LIGHT REFRESHMENTS SERVED x AND ENJOYABLE TIME IS HAD i One of the prettiest private recep tions of G A R week was that given i by Mrs Emma Ramsey Morrfg the lo al singer to the National Association of War Musicians at her home at 127 youth Second West street yesterday afternoon The musicians marched to the home of their hostess and serenaded her from The front lawn After several excellent and i selections they were invited into the house where Mrs Morna in tutu ang for the forty men who comprised i lu corps Thus in alternat < ng pro I gram hostess and guests entertained ach other Light refreshments were < erved in the opep air and an enjoyable time was had by all Prominent among the guests was Ma li or > George W Freidley who is said to > e the most accomplished drummer in the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

= I HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 141909 3 k Ogden News Office410 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 386 Twenty fifth Street Ogden Saturday Aug 14 I DOCTORED MEATS I SOLD AT OGDEN i I Warrants Will Be Issued Against Dealers Who f Used Preservative I Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Aug 13State Food Inspector Wlllard Hanson or his deputy Heber C Smith will Serve warrants next Monday on the proprietors of the following meat markets in this city charging them with the use of freezine as a preservative In some of their meats Cook Baker A Beck stead James Ballards the Armour ineat market and the LindsayElite mar ket Samples of the meats offered for sale at these places were secured some time ago by Deputy Heber C Smith they were cent to Salt Lake City end analysed and 1 on the showing made legal proceedings were started 1 Mr Ballard speaking for the Ogden 4 meat dealers says they are complying with the provisions of the law as strictly as those of any community ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

1 i 4 1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN q The InterMountain Republican < Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 18TO Only Republican Daily Newspaper In Bait Lake City Utah i Terms of Subscription DAILY AND SUNDAY O e month Tf cents one year JSOO StNDAYOne year J209 SEMI WEBKLYIn advance one year 150 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address AU papers are continued until explicit order is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid in every case H o s UN COUN I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN It vlll be the aim of the new paper to deserve the approval of all good people For the judgment of others we are not grealy concerned We believe that Salt Lake Is destined to bs l the most populous city from the Missouri river to the Pacific The land and the mines and the men are here Time will furnish the only required fac tor The paper that can fitly represent suc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

c1 jfr a I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 5 Mr0jack0 H I 1N 2 JI o OHJTHAT MAN MtiSEDTHE BALL wITH HIS STILME WOuLD YoU SHOW ME HOW w0 TO ScoRE IT ziVE NEVER p You scoec IT uvie SCORED BEFORE YOU CAN JUST THIS LET Me GUIDE fGW YOUR HAND J z v r 0 0 0 r 0 1 I I r I t M I i 1 I I 1 1 1 v I M I r 3 OH LOOK AT ° THAT HIGH M FOU1r1 r i I I I I e I I a R Q rrT 1 l 1 I 00 vii L A1N A WI N GI n 1t WAS lq 11oj 1 I I 5 rl I wt > l 5W 9 I i i i 4r I IEWJ 1 B Mrs G B S Wilkins entertained last evening with a delightful five hundred party given In honor of Miss Mildred Mtllspaugh of Los Angeles who is visit ing Mlsa Beth Critchlow for a few weeks The bridge tables were daintily decorated In pink sweet peas About twenty guests were entertained and Mrs Wilkins was assisted by Mrs Matthew Cullen and Mrs W B Stan ley A five hundred party was given yes terday afternoon at the home of Mrs 0 F Peterson on East Fifth South street the honored guests being Mrs M J Keen of San D...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

I 6 u THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 Will IRRIGATE GREAT TRACTS Three Pumping Projects Are Under Way in Utah County LAKE WILL FURNISH WATER THOUSANDS OF ACRES WILL BE PLANTED IN FRUIT TREES Special to Tlie raldItepuMican Lehi Aug IS Three big pumping proj et in the vicinity of Ihl are under Wd A surveying party left his week tj do the preliminary work for a pump IT g plant to 1M installed on the west Scur of Utah lake about five miles SOUth of Peliran point In this vicinity I c olorado capitalists have purchased bl tWffn 6000 and 7000 acres from the state and will plant the entire tract with fruit t rff The water for irrigating the trees v ill J 1 come from Itah lake and be ole < ted by means of centrifugal pumps The tract extends along the lake front i r a distance of about four miles and pliout one and onehalf miles back from tap shore Three stations will be in stalled so that the water will not have fir > to run before being applied to the land The ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 7 COLDFEETO THE MONKe AERO I OLD BOY IM I WANT TOU TO GET UP A GON r TO Givfc YOU Bi DINNER CHEF IM A DINNER AND IM OIN TO MAKE A SPEECH GOING TO MAkE A SPffCH c7 f 1 i Jij11l1 J T1 I ENtLEt4ENE HAJE COME TOGETHER ITLL BE A THIS EVENING TO DO HONOR c GREAT SPEECH TO OUR S EEM D fELwvi CITILE N AE Ro I t l < I II ir THE RrHEAR5 L I I Ii 1 ANYBODY CALLS FOR Me DEAR = t TEll THEM IVE GOT 1k SORE THROAT bSo 4 AND CANT PEAK IOLG4r c IM I GoiNQrr T r UP To = 1 jv tI iri 1L I I A i I k 1ll1 I I I I I I I r I I I I i I I m 41 I I c La 7 I i MTAH T lAN IS ELECTED TO OFFICE R W Young Second Vice President of Ir rigation Congress BUSINESS IS FINISHED PUEBLO CHOSEN FOR NEXT YEARS CONVENTION q 0 < i > R W Young who wu elected G i 0 second vice president at t1e < j > meeting of the National Irrigation < S > Congress in Spokane yesterday is i > o a member of the firm of Young 0 Snow attorneys of this city He was appo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

8 tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 J I I I DEPARTMENT OffERS REWARD Additional 1200 Will Be Giv en for Capture of Desert ing Soldiers ONE ONLY FROM UTAH COLORADO AND WYOMING REP RESENTED IN DESERTION LIST 1 Last evenings mall brought another list of rewards amounting to 1800 from the war department at Washing ton D C for the capture of deserters from the army making an aggregate of 4000 posted In two days The second list Includes but one deserter from Fort Douglas Salt Lake City Harry L Burgess private of company E Fif teenth infantry who disappeared from the post on July 22 1909 Colorado and Wyoming army posts are strongly rep sented In the remainder of desertions the list showing thus John Cassiano Fort Schuylar West Chester N Y July 7 Volford Olson Fort D A Russell Wyoming July 20 Charles G Nergard camp near Louis berg Minn July 20 1 Willem Carp Fort Riley Kansas July 2 Murray Burkhardt Fort Leaven worth Kansas July 22 Jacob Marfl Fort Mansfield Watch Hill ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 9 C c V I r I 157 SOUTH STATE 157 SOUTH STATE t 1 U TfJDFRAKFR ELECTRIC I STUDEBAKER 7 PASSENGER LIMOUSINE I t 1 i r jil f Ii The Studebaker Electric Victoria Phaeton EE c < A4 mm is the latest novelty in Phaetons Capacity The Studebaker 7 passenger Limousine is 125 miles on one chargeEasy running the latest creation of artistic appearance and contains all the Studebaker qualities and comfort Every convenience including making it the finest thing in the carriage electric light toilet case watch speaking line tube bell indicator etc PHONE FOR A 4L cp Bell 9 Main 639 DEMONSTRATION Independent 639 L = c < W Tt ii X = r J ai I iii = 1 wof = = q i Ird < < f1iP1 l = s l ffit The Merry Widow at Salt Lake theater matinee today and tonight I Two last performances Good seats Weber Olson T lawyers have re The Merry Widow at Salt Lake theater matinee today and tonight Two last performances Good seats Walkers will remain open un...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 I EdI We Ship Anywhere Intermountain Country I i otwo F e P Y I J A z r j g t 01 THE BIGGEST THE FRESHEST B 1 i Ask Your Grocer Why He pays more for Royal Table Queen bread 1 than for bread from other bakers He will tell you that Table Queen loaves are bigger and theyre always fresh Besides he can return every loaf he does not sell 5c t Q ffl L l QY I r rP I4ARK rp h HpK Snt flRMD Always Look for This BRAI = J = 00 = Label of Quality h i aw j I Prices melted down I to nothing Our entire stock of mens sum e mer suits reduced for quick clearance a > > You select from the entire stockbest as ± sortment and finest qualities in the 1 aY city at t r less than half dresses and jack ° ets at way below costmust close em out Pay a small amount to start the deal then only a 1 aweek4 a month AND WEAR THEM WHILE YOU PAY Western Outfit Co 266 STATE ST OPPOSITE KNTJTSFORE 8 J < 03W4 I li7 < ntc BUl1dhar Wilton i RUGS AND CARPET...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

frIj ¼ r1 iii SPORTS MINES I i CLASSIFIED liZiD MARKETS SECTION TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 PAGES 1 11 1 TO 1 DENVER WOMAN WINS rLECIiON Mrs Fannie W D Harden Is New Senior Vice President ofWRC SALT LAKE LOES OUT OPPOSING LOCAL FACTIONS FAIL I TO GET TOGETHER I After battling for several Jiours over the office of senior vice president of the U omens RtlicC corps Wednesday at the Fast Presbienan church the honor of that office went to Denver Coo while Salt Lake could have had the place if th local organizations could have got tiRcther Mts Fannie W D Harden 4 was elected I nir Mrs Jennie L Jones and Airs Belle Brooks both Of Salt Lake A rule In the national organization gen eral recognized aa a matter of courtesy 1 that should the state in which th ncrimpment is held present a candidate that person is supposed to rtit ive con siderable recognition wheit all other cir cumstance are eVen Th > two local turps could not got together upon a df finite candidate and Colorado wo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 I Whats All What the Time in Sports The HeraldRepublican Sports Pngillsm I FINE CARD IS OFFERED TODAY Summer Race Meet at Wanda mere Will Probably Draw Patronage FOUR EXCITING EVENTS HALFMILE RUN AND DRIVE AGAINST TIME ARE FEATURES This afternoon at Wanoamere the sec ond of the summer race meetings under tile management of tha park association will be held The card offered on Pioneer day was a success and all indications point to a larger percentage today Mayflower Alzlma Consuella and the veteran Kangaroo will make a quar tet that should furnish great sport OB Consuella and Kangaroo the Bingham money will go 4ovi while the farmers of the valley will stick to Henry Har 3ierg Alzima which zewarded them hand somely on Pioneer day by winning from Oveta The races will co three In five heats The oldtimer race best two in three halfmile heats will be one of the fea tures of the card Every owner entered declares that while his animal...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 < I the Turf 9 MoloringWill i 1 Be Here Every Day I The Sporting of Salt Lake Authority NtW MARK SET I ON H I TRACK I Getaway Day at Randall Is Marked by Best Sport of the Meet SADDLE MILE IN 21012 COUNTRY JAY TROTS FAST UNDER RAMSEY MACEY Cleveland Aug 13Ketaway day at Randall saw some of the classiest sport of the weeks racing at the first grand circuit meeting on they new track and was marked too by the set ting of a new mark for a mile under saddle by trotters Country Jay going the mile in 210 ridden by Ramey Alacey son of Gus Macey the noted driver The mile was 3H seconds under Mace the mark by Charley Mace ridden by C K G Billings five years ago Good racing marked the first event Telema true second choice winning in straight heats from Hilda B and Es telle Boy Star Patchen won the 217 pace in straight heats but was forced to go In fO43 the last quarter in 30 seconds w flat to win the first heat from Ana belle Lee The B...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

I 14 THEHERALD REPUSLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 IlMinesand Mining Stocks 1 6REAT GOLD DIKE IN NEVADA CAMP 1 Ledge 300 Feet Wide Which Pans Clear Across Found in Elko Possibly a new great gold district has been discovered In Nevada Somewhere about thirty miles north of Wells In Elko c junty the exact situation IK a secret for the presenta party of men which eludes a Salt Lake prospector and sev eral New York capitalists has been en gaged the last two weeks opening a dike 300 feet wide between quartzite and rhyo lite which they have found pans gold clear across in quantity which has aroused the discoverers to a high pitch of excitement Within the last few days the men hast ened to the nearest railroad point to pur chase supplies and employ miners for an extensive campaign of development and they have hasteneu back to complete the locations which will make their holdings safe si excited are the New York capitalists it is aid that they have already offered tp Salt Lako pros...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 15 I Financial and Com ercial J MARKET OPENING 1 I VERY IRRfGULAR Some Stocks Are Bid Up for Purpose of Support Sell ing Depressed Others SELLING CAUSES DROP MARKET UNDERMINED BY SUD DEN DROP OF AMALGAMATED Xew York Aug 1Jrnae toM of the opening stock market today was very irregular Some stocks were bid up for Tmrroses of support and selling to realise depressed others Pennsylvania rose On the other hand St Paul and Great Northern Ore certificates fell 1 and Union Pacific Reading Rock Island and United States Steel lost fractions Representative stocks began to show strength in sympathy Tvitn the Jump to record figures by Union PsctMc common and preferred and the accumulation of New York Central Opening losses were more of the obscure specialties Near U dock a sudden drop of 14 in Amalga mated Copper undermined the market and prices fell back all around The principal gains were United States Ttuhber 3fc the Second preferred X ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

I 16 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 i UNMASKED MEN HOLD UP BANK K Two With Shotguns Get 7 000 From Valley Bank of Santa Clara ESCAPE IN AN AUTOMOBILE BANDITS SURRENDER AFTER CAPTURE NEAR TOWN San Francisco Aug 13Two men armed with shotguns and unmasked walked into the Valley bank of Santa Sara shortly after 10 oclock today and covering the cashier and his three clerks demanded sum After securing the mney they fled in a waiting automobile Lilt 1 were captured two hours later seven mil > s trom town submitting without re istince ashier Frederick Birge and his as sistants had just begun the days busi nss i when the bandits entered the bank Thev were amateurishly bold their faces not even being concealed Without any preliminaries they lined the three clerks tghL1st the wall and then pushing the muzzle of a shotgun in Birges face one of them commanded Birge to hand out seven thousand dollars and be quick about it If its shy he added Ill blow the top of your he...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

I L THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 11 Mro jacK > > io Jl A pAciittw V THE ROAD OF THE AUTO lU HY1 s ft atr 4 I T4 IYdr S 5 II I I NEVER WAS RESCUED THERE THERE JDONT BOOHOO B A BIc STRONGHERO 1C I CRY BSAUTiFUU ONE I CANT HELP MAN S FOR LET ME SEE voua L IT Mt V SWerT J ce F I I i 4 I 4 ps fr r I c S FJIIIIiIfl fIIIIII S 4 5 p 1 6 BlTT 1 AM AU > I ALOUR NOW KISS MEH BACK1 MAbAMMA J MARRIED MAN I AI k A 4 c J I J 0 t I j a I QUAIL FROM EGYPT B London Express A record consignment of 100000 live Egyptian quails requiring special conveyance veyance from Alexandria to London by way of the Manchester ship canal left Alexandria on March 25 and reached Manchester last Saturday when they were transferred to a special express for London Twenty drays were re quired to convey them from Kings cross to their destination It is most extraordinary that al though on many occasions search has been made the breeding ground of the quails is absolutely unknown They are t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

18 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 LEGAL NOTICE DELINQUENT NOTICE I FED1AL ELY COPPER COMPANY Iocton of principal place of business Bait Lake City Utah Notice There are delinquent upon the following de scribed stock on account of assessment No 3 levied April 23 1969 tee several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders as follows Cert No Name Shares Amt lW A Lee J080 S 2000 22W A Lee 1090 2008 zw A Lee 1000 2000 Li 3 V S Ayers 109 296 69 Gordon Grant part of 100 10 20 68Fred Dern 380 600 88 Rhone Wheeler 800 400 SOC L Whitney 180 208 i 91C L Whitney 11 200 92C L Whitney 180 208 93C L Whitney 100 206 94C L L Whitney lOa 200 Whiney 13SE M West Co part of 50 5 10 301J M Wheeler 200 400 232Jas A PolJoeK Co A PIIoe1 365 610 412 Owen Greenan 7000 14000 446 Jacob Evans 100 206 447 Jacob Evans 100 208 448 Jacob Evans 180 200 468 Jacob Evans 280 400 469 Jacob Evans 260 406 4 GH U Walker 50 168 462J R Walker 60 100 472 Jacob Evans 100 288 473 Jacob ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

r j THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 19 I WANTED NOTICK BIDS W LLBlT RE ceived until August 16th at 3 p m for 4 furnishing 800 tons first quality tim othy hay and 750000 pounds first quality oats to be delivered at regular intervale during a period of one year from date Bids will be acceptable also 11 Muantities less than as above stated hut any award In such ease will be subject to delivery being made at dates designated b the undersigned In order to regulate shipment of ma I terial State prices f o b can Salt Lake City The right is reserved to reject any or all Lids P J Moran Box 7S > J Salt ake City Utah WANTKD Board and room by the mont ornate family modern house east Mil i Dy an elderly gentleman long lesid nt of this city Advise giving full particulars l > O box 1O12 VANTnI > Snlesinen to sell the beauti i ful G A 11 souvenir iouk just off the i i press A big hit quick tai s liberal com misslun Amos News 10 43 So Main nu v ANTED Steond hand mini...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 August 1909

I 20 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909 r Do You Know This Man OEM6 I IF I HAD IF IrW 503000 0 QO ooooo rD INTO A JEWELRYSfbRF AHO BOY EVEN TrllNC UP BUY you AH AUTO t J I i F 1 HAD 800 o 0 ID Bu ftouA HOuSE LIKE TrJAT J I HAD 600 000 ID BOI VOUA BOAT LIKETHAT I I f KT e i A5 SOON AS I GET I KfEWWEWOULD H5 OTA MILLIO e A MILL IoN ILL KHOCK I j OFF WORK AND WE I WILL qo AROUND WE I I 3FoRAHEWftAl WORLD TOGETHER I s S T 00 CERTAINLY 3 CT MOT j T 4 z OU ARE S I I ALL WAYS I JNc I 1 1 S I jc1vo E > I LADIES EXPRESS THANKS TO ALL G A R Women Resolve That They Were Well Enter tained in This City RESOLUTIONS AREADOPTED LAST MEETING HELD FRIDAY AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH In appreciation of the way Salt Lake i ity has entertained and cared for the La i IPS of the G A R that organisa tion yesterday afternoon adopted the f Oil wing resolutions at their convention iit the First Congregational church Rfpitt of the Committee on resolu tions to the national president officers...

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