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I 14 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
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H salt Iake city, UTAH
H Phones: Office, Wasatch 1591 '
H Residence, Hyland 908-w. s
H Powers & Maribneaux
H Attorneys nnd Counsellors
O. W. POWERS
J. W. McKINNEY
H Top Floor Front, Kearns Bldg.
I Boll Phono 1850.
I That "Feast"!
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f - tejljjjjl Lager
FOR SALE Babcock Elootrric Vic
toria Phaeton, lato model, in' elegant
condition. Battery gives twenty-tight
miles per charge; upholstering, fend
ers and dash in splendid shapoyiThis
is a snap for somo one at $600' Ran-dall-Dodd
Auto Go., Ltd., 53 W. 4th -So.-.
FOR SALE Model 10 Bulck, T910
model. A snap at $450. Randall
Dodd Auto Co., Ltd., Automobllo
FOR' SALE Model l5Buick, 1010
model. 4Asn1lp, at "'$350. Randall
Dodd Auto Co., Ltd., Automobile Row.
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY
Help furnished for Railroad and Con
struction Work, Mining, etc. Hotels,
Restaurants and Private Families.
Also Work by the Day. Phone Wa
satch 1311. F. S. Ashihira, Mgr.
256 W. First South "St., Salt Lake City,
SPIRELLA corset, 1-yoar guaran
tee. Mrs. "Mann, Hyl. 3098-J. 660 E.
7th South. . .
GEjSTE,VA C. HICKS ,&,. CO., 68 S."
Sixth East. Furs made, cleaned, re
paired and remodeled. A complete
line of ready-made furs toTselect from.
MIXING AND., FINANCIAL.
(Contlnued-ifrom page 7.)
years past. Furthqrmoro there Is a
belief that the Knights plan numerous
additions to their Tinlic holdings
looking, perhaps; to some. big con
solidations that may curtail the ex
pense and Increase the efficiently of
operations. Plutus is one of the
properties the Knights at;e said to
have sot thoir hearts upon. They
ownod a half IntorostJn it until they
traded it off for control of the Ibex,
surrendering the Plutus to David
Evans. Now :they are said to have
offered Evans the highest market
price for the controlling interest.
One of tho most proml' move
ments toward bettermejifc ox yie stooje
market and the mining Industry of the
; state in general has been started Jjy
Prgsident R. J. Evans of the Salt Lake
Mining & Stgck exchange wjyjthe qp- '
proval of tho exchange membership.
The plan is, to croato a pubjjjcjtyde
partment to. gather and disseminato
the true story of Utah mining that
. the i business of mine investment may
bo put on a highor plane and the false
idea of its hazards dispelled. Stays
tics show, says Mr. Evans, that there
aro actually fewei "failures in mining
than in manufacturing or commer
cial undertakings 'and ho wants the
5vhole world to know It! "
a lesson inpr6nunciation
"How do you pronounco that word
'divorce, Professor?" askod Mr. 'Slab
sides. -,,IsHUdl'dftfay,-or"dlvb1f8ee?' "
"That all doponds, my friend,"
smiled tho Professpr. "When,Mxs,
Jonos-Smythe-Wiggles got her first
divorce I should have called it Divorce
" ATbut now "thai fcho 'has come
through with a third I" should say that
JQivor.ce C was a justifiable form."
Leono Bono Charles A. Rico
Leltby A. McGco
BONE,' MctfEE & RICE
Attorneys nilcl Coxmsollors
414 Felt Building
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Gunnison Valley Salt -Company, princi
pal place of business, Salt Lake
Notlco is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho board of directors Sold
on tho 30th day of November, A. D.
1912, an assessment of ten cents (16'c)
per share was levied on the outstand
ing stock of the corporation, payable
January 27th, -1913, to A. L. Hop
paugh, secretary of the corporation, at
903 Kear.ns building, Salt Lake City,
Utah. -Any stock -upon swhich this
assessment may remain unpaid on tho
28th day j January, A. D. 1913, will
be dellnqueniand advertised for sale
at public auctfori,"alid, unless payment
is made before, wlll be sold at four
V6"lock p. m. on th"e"20th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1913, to pay the de
linquent assessment togetherwlth the
cost of advertising and expenses of
' A. L. HOPPAUGH,
903 Kearns Building, Salt Lake City,
Utah; ., .
Date of first publication January 4,
1913. " "
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The Tomboy Qold & Copper Mining
Co., principal place of business Salt
Lake City," Utah. Location ef mines
Dry Eerie canyon, , W.esJjwiMountaln
. Mining district, BJngham, Utah.
Notice ,1s hereby jgiven that at a
ineeting of the board !bf directors of -the
Tomboy Gold& -Copper Mining"
coihpany held on the 20th day of 'De
cember, 1912, an assessment,,of one
quarter (1-4 cent per share' was
levied upon the capital stock of the
corporation "Issued- aritl - outstanding
payable imm8diatetothe secretary,
at his office, rooms 404 Felt Bldg.,
Salt Lake City, Utali. Any stock upon
which tMs assessment may remain
unpaid on Saturday, February 1, 1913,
will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless pay
ment is made before will jbjB sold on
Thursday, February 20, '1913, at 10
o'olock a. m., at the secretary's of
fice" to pay the delinquent assessment
thoroon, togethor wUh-ih.o cost of
j, advertising and expose of sale.
E. D. STILLMAN,
First publication January 4, 1913.
' ASSESIEN NO. 0.
Ely Consolidated Copper Company,
Location of principal office, 414,
Judge building, Salt Lake City,
--Utah. Location of mines, PjOhjn
son mining district, White PJno
county, evada. , - - -
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of 'the Board of Directors of
said company, held on November 13,
,.1912, an assessment, to,, be known as
Assessment No. 6ttof -y.ve, (5) cents
per" share, was levied on the outstand
ing capital stock. of the corporation,
-pjayable to United, $tfl.Jes Corporation
CQrnpany, Transfer ,Agent, Mutual
Life building, Niw York .Cy? N. Y
or to Gideon Snyder, Secretary, 414
Judge building, Sft.lt. J-ak,e-CIty, Utah,
on or before December 31, 1012.
- . .Any stock Jipon wl, ch this assess
ment may re'haaliv'unpaid on Decem
ber 31, 1912, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale lit public auoflon, "
and unless payment Is made before,'
will bo sold on February 28, 1913,' at
tho company's office, 414 Judge
Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, at 2
o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent as
sessment, together with tho cost of
advertising -nnd expenses of sale.
GIDEON SNYDER, Secretary.
414 Judge Building, Salt Lake City,
By order of tho board of directors
of Ely Consolidated Copper Company,
at 'a meeting held December 28, 1912,
the date when stock shall become de
linquent pursuant to tho foregoing
notice was extended to and including
Janua'ry 30, 1913, ahd sale day to
March 26, 1913, at 2 o'clook p. m.,
at the company's office, 414 Judge
Building, Salt Lake City, Utah.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of tho State of Utah,
County of So It Lake.
Elizabeth Cathryn Livingston, plain
tiff, vs. George Hugh Livingston, de
The State of Utah to the said De
fendant: - ' i ,sy
You are hereby summoned to ap- "i
pear within twenty days after the t-
service of this summons upon you, If 'u!
served within the county in which
this action Is brought, otherwise with- ..-y?.
in thirty days after service, and do-. t
fend the abavesentltled action; and In '
case of your failure so to do, judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with the
clerk of said court.
This action is brought to dissolve
the bonds of matrimony now existing
between you and the plaintiff.
M. E. WILSON,
. P. O. Address, 27 East Second -, j
South street, Salt Lake City, Utah. i
NOTICE OF SPEGIAD STOCKHOLD
ERS' MEETING. '
rj Salt Lake City, Utah, January 7th,
To the Stockholders of Superlor
Alta Mining Company? a corporation:
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting' of the stockholders of the
Superlor-Alta Mining Company, a cor
poration, Is hereby called for and will
bo held at the principal office of the
Company at Room 722, Judge Build
ing, Salt Lake Cit, Utah, on the 30th
day of January, 1913, at 10 o'clook
A. M., for the purpose of considering,
voting upon and accepting or reject
ing a certain memorandum of agree
ment made and entered into on tho
12th day of November, A. D. 1912, by
tho Board of Directors of Columbus
Consolidated Mining Company, a cor
poration, the Board' of Directors of
Flagstaff Copper Mining Company, a'
corporation, and tho Board of Direct
ors of Superior-Alta Mining company,
a corporation, and for the further t &
purppse,. if said momorondum of w
Agreement be rejected by the stock- I
,hplders of this company, to propose M
."oior terms of agreement to the other- y
named Companies, with a view of car
rying out the general plan designed
in said mQnQrandum of agreement for
the unltlngin one ownership of all of '
the properties of said several com
panies, and for the further purpose
if.ilje stockholders ef this Company
wjlljaccept such terms as tho other
namod Companies will approve and
adopt, To flMtho'rize' by Iho stockhold
ers of this Company tho execution and -dollvoryjo
the -WASATCH MINES
COMPANY, a corporation, about to
bo formed, a proper deed of convey
ance, conveying all of the mining -'
claims, mining machinery and ap
purtenancotf, and all other property
of every name, nature and descrip
tion owned by this Company upon the , -
" terms "and conditions to be prescribed
and approve, of by tho stockholders
' 'of this Cfimpdny at a special stock-
holders' meeting, notlco of which Is .
A proposal will also be submitted
to the stockholders at the meeting