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14 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
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of what tho tickers or the blaok-
boards say about' them. Such mori-xe- "
sk - the equilibrium of all markots
in times of stress and they are usually
well paid for the service.
Fraptlonal advances early this
week of Cedar-Talisman Jndleate that
the prospective chaijgeJn the control
of the'irpertyJs-rogarded favorably
by traders. , One -pf thQ brokers esj
pocially concerned in securing proxies,.
for the coming meeting denies -stjie. re
port that his campaign is for .the pur
pose pf making a nyirkal,for (he stock.
"What are you -trying to do?" was
"We are goingto make a mine,"
he replied. "-. ..'
In this answer ho revealed '.""the
spirit that Iff faking hold of thottx.
change. Indlvlcfflals (Jan make mlSesT
butthe uriilod action 'of- the. "whole
community is necessary "to mako
' markets. " " v ," "' '
x A GOOD JSdSERi " H ;.
A Rhode Islanff politician who was
a prominent candidate' in the lateoloc
Uon came home one day-much pro
voked at somo mlsdemoanor-whlch his
son, aged ton, had committed.
"Fi;anJ$," he 80.U3, starnjy, "do you
know, sir, that you. ar.fi. a candidate
for a whipping?"
"I hope "I'll bo defeated, "fattier,"
was young Frank's r4ply, ffiSfhe looked
up playfully at his father. -
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PLAYS AND PLVYtfSRS.
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vice and tries it out and for four acts
orie of the merriest comedies given
on tho stage in the past ton yeaxs un
folds Kself- before the rtiidlSnce. ' Tho
temptation to break the rules and
have his illng keeps Duncan' prefty
busy for awhile, hanging on to him
self, and then the fever of the thing
U kes h-JWWn.l ha tntrrs into itrhourt
f and soul. - -
Tho comedy is one of the most
popular and successful Salt Lake has
ever witnessed -and -this- will be its -first
production here in stock and at
popular prices. Opening Sunday
night "Tho Fortune Hunter ' will bo
given all next week at tho Colonial
"wfth matinees on?Thu?sday and Satur
With the matinee peiformance this
afternoon the Garrick begins the fifth
week of its musical comedy Season
and Mr. Curtis, manager of tho.CjJrtls
Frolics company, is to bo corigratu-
, lated on the standard -hQxhtts. set at
the popular house in the matter of his
plays. With two performances each
evening and matinee on Saturcfay,
Sunday and Wedn'esday the Garrick
Is playing to 'heavy business1- arfd 'the
manner In which Mr. Curtis has staged
his productions speaks "highly for his
intention of giving 'pati'ons - of his
?hqu,se a "refined line of 'fnTisical com
edy entertainment. "SrflC Lake to
Paris" is the TfiXe of the new play
tliat is on thisftornoon at the (ar
ridk for the first tlme4ahd in thlftwb
acts of t" production th6""pVfnclpa"ls '
and chorjs 'of the company got tlio
best opportunity they httVe had for
. effoctivo'workr Bud "Duncan, Lew
Dunbar, Paisley Noon.BodTBoyd, Mar
garet Manners,' Hallle Manning and
EyVa Martella are cast in the best roles
of the new" play.
A 'iltTJjPjjf OPTIMIST.
' Vicar: Amidall your troubles, Mrs.
Grundy, I am pleased to see that your
gratitude to Providenoe"'tioes not fail.
. Mrs. Grundy: No, sir; rhoumatiss
-te'"b"ud. liftfeed, but'Jr tharik'eaven
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Attorncjs and Counsellors
-414 Felt Building
, ., Wasatch 58.8J .
" NOTICE OF.ASSESSMISNT. .
- .. A
pal p'laco of business, Sajt Lake
" Notice ls hereby given that 'at a
mating of-tho board af-dlfectorsrliold
on the 30th ,U.ay of JNToyorobar, A. D.
1912, an assessment of ten centp (10c)
. por share was levied on' the "outsta'rfd
ing stock of tho corporation, payable
January 27,193 to JL iL. JliQP- .
paugh, secretary jof the cocpqratlpn, at
903 Kearns building. Salt Lake City,
Utafi. Any stoclt upon which this
assessment may lemain unpaid on tho
28th day of January, A. D. 1913, Will
bo dolimment and advertised for stile
at public Auction, and, unless payment
is made before, will bo sold at four
o'clock p. m. on tho 20th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1913, to pay the de
linquent assessment together with the
cost of ad6i'Uging and oxpenaes" of
A. L. HOPPAUGIL
903 Roams Building, Salt Lako City,
Date of fiist publication January 4,
The Tomboy Gold & Copper Mining
Co., principal place of business Salt
Lako City, Utah. Location of mines
Dry Fork canyon, West Mountain
Mining district, Bingham, Utah.
Ndtice Is hereby given that at a
megtihg of the board of directors of
the Tomboy Gold & Copper Mining
company held on tho 20th day of De
cember, 1912, an assessment of ono
q1jarter (1 4) cent per share was '
'levied up (he capital stock of the
corporation issued and outstanding It
payablo immediate to tho secretary,
at his off fee, rooms 404 Felt Bldg.,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon
which this assessment -nay 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 be sold on
Thursday, February 20, 1913, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the secretary's of
flc to pay the' delinquent assessment,
'thereon, together with tho cost of'
advertising and expenso of sale.
-'-- E. D. STILLMAN,
First publication January Jl.913.
ASSESSMENT NO.' G." , t -
Ely Consolidated Copper Company,
Location of principal office, 414'
Judge'buildlng, Salt Lake City,
Utah. Location of mines, Robin
son mining district, White Pino
Notice is hereby given that at a.
mooting of the Board of Directors of
said company, held on November 13,
1912, an assessment, to bo known as'
Assessment No. 6, of five (5) cents
per share, was levied on the outstand
ing capital stock of the corporation,
payablo to United States Corporation
Company, Transfer Agent, Mutual
Life building, Now York City, N. Y
orto Gideon Snyder, Secretary, 414
Judge building, Salt Lako City, Utah,,
pn or before December 31, 1912.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain -unpaid on Decern-
ber 31, 1912, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment Is mado before,
will bo sold on February 28, 1913, at
the companyls . office, '414 Judgoj i -
Building, Salt !Lake Qlty, ,U, tah, at 2 i
o'clock p. m., to" pay delinquent as-'
sossment, together with the cost of
advertising and expenses of sale.
GIDEON SNYDER, Secretary.
414 Judge Building, Salt Lake Glty,
By order pf tho board of directors
of Ely CQnsolidatedCopp6r Company,
at a mooting held December 28, 1912,
the date when sfook shall become do-
llnquont pursuant to tho foregoing
notice wag extonded to and including
Januaiy 30, 1913, and sale day to'
March 2G, 1913, at 2 'o'clock p. m.,
at tho company's office, 414 Judge
Building Sat-Lako-Gity, Utah.
i . GIDEON SNYDER,
In the District Court of tho Thjrd
Judicial District- of the State of Utah,
County of Salt Lake.
Ellzibeth Cathryn Livingston, plain
tiff, vs. George Hugh Livingston, da