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' I vrqDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 28, 190. nPTnTTP QaTm r'ATr'frotrmfl I'flH
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FIGHT SENDS ONE MAN
TO BED, ANOTHER TO JAIL
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Sept. 27 Report
comes from a dipping corrnl In eastern
Utah of a serious stabbing affair, as a re
sult of which Orson Lourey Is lylnc near
doath's door and John Burns 1? Jn the
Price Jail awaiting tho outcome of Lou
rey's wound. The fight was caused by
Louroy's shoc-p getting mixed with those
of his cousin, Wallace Lourcy.
Both herds had Just been dipped, after
having been penned for two days. John
Burns was herding for Wallace Lourcy
and an old man was herding for Ors,on
Lourey. It was alleged by Burns that tho
old man allowed the herds to get together
and struck the old man, knocking him
down When Orson Lourey and Burns
came together the matter of knocking tho
old man down was brought up. Orson
Lourey was asked by Burns If ho wanted
anything. They dismounted and wont at
11. After a short go, Burns cried out that
he had aplenty, and Loui'e. desisted. Im
mediately upon release, Burns drew a
knife and started for Lourey, who In an
endeavor to get away, fell face down
ward over a dumb of brush that was Im
mediately behind him. While lying in
this position Burns pounced upon him,
atabblng him In the small of the back.
Lourey was unconscious for a time, and
It was feared that ho would dlo before
medical assistance could b6 secured, but
ho survived and has a small chance for ro
covcry. Burns was tuken to tho Price
Jail, whore, he now awalla the outcome of
t Lourey's wounds.
Horace Rushton of this place and Mss
Maggie lalno. aged 19, of Alpine, re
ceived license to wed and wero married
by Judge Booth In Prove Tho couple will
make their home In American Fork.
William Storrs has Just completed dig
ging ono patch of sugar beets. There were
two and a half acres In the piece, from
which ho has hauled fifty-live tons of
beets to the factory. TIiIb Is a yield of
twenty-two tons per acre. This patch
Is above the average, but there arc a
number of patches In town that will yield
about the samo tonnage. There are some
that will go as low as six toiiG jicr acre,
ono bceet-ralscr saying that his crop was
barely worth digging on account of a
blght. The average crop will be about
twolve tons per acre,
John M. Miller and son. Bert, left today
for St. Louis, to vlolt the big fair. They
will be gone about three weeks.
Postmaster John Peters and wife havo
roturnod from Rldgeway, Colo., where
thoy have been spending a fortnight's va
cation, Tho local sportsmen are preparing for
tho opening of the dack-shootlng season.
Mrs Alice Mowger of Salt Lake Is vis
iting American Fork, tho guest of her
mother. Mrs. John B. Forbes.
Funeral Set for Today.
Special to Tho Tribune,
EUREKA, Sept. 27. The funeral ser
vices of Emma Maurlno, tho 5-yoar-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wllford Freckle
ton, who died yesterday, will bo conduct
ed from the L. D. S. church tomorrow at
The Kempton Komcdy Kompny ap
pears In Eureka on Wednesday ojfid Thura
The Republican county convention will
be held at Mammpth next Thursday after
noon. The Democratic county conven
tion Is scheduled to be held In Eureka on
WO SID that word la
it refers to Dr. Tutt's Liver PHIs and
Arc you constipated?
Troubled with Iridlgostlon?
ANY of these symptoms and many others
Indicate Jnnctfon of tho LIVER.
Take No Substitute.
FINE PROGRAMME TODAY
AT WEBER COUNTY FAIR j
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN, SepU 27. Tho Weber county
fair opens tomorrow morning at tho We
ber county fair grounds. Tho list of on
trlea in all events and the numbor of ox
h bits of all klndB Is tho largest In the
history of the county.
Tho principal event of Interest will be
the horao races, which will occupy a
prominent place on tho programme each
The programme tomorrow will bo ae
Carlsbad, II. Snyder, Dillon, Mont.
Nigger Boy, J. G. Read, Ogden.
Jcseex. Cliff Johnson, Pocatcllo.
Ed Conroy. Dr. Carson. Suit Lake.
Chester S,, II. Spier, Salt Lako.
' 2M0 CLASS.
Pearl R.. Ezra Richardson, Ogden.
Sage Cap. Alex Grant, Ogden.
Jean Jackson.. Tom McCoj , Salt Lako.
Fleotaway, John McCoy, Salt Lako.
Gipsy Boy, Potc Madson, 'Ogden.
HALF-MILE RUNNING DASH.
Sleepy Tom, Dan Murrav, Ogden.
John Mackoy, J. Coutts, Ogden.
Honest John, J. Kelso, Ogden.
Graylett, G. W- Robertson, Ogden,
Frank C. Sharp. postofTlco Inspector,
loft for Denver today, whoro he goes to
nssumo charge of the Denver division of
tho Postorflce department. Mr. Sharp wjll
temporarily Ml tho offlco of tho present
chief Inspector. Mr. Sharp Is ono of tho
mo3t popular and successful officers of
Mrs. Daniel Munson, mother of Ruby
Munson, tho mother of tho baby boy loft
on the lawn of Andrew Nelson some days
ago, has been arrested on complaint of
Chief of Police Browning, charged with
deserting a child. Tho mothor, being help
less at tho time, Is not hold responsible
r6r the crlmo.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Joseph Kendall, who
was shot and killed byher husband
Tuesday last, w'as hold from Rlchy's un
dertaking parlors today, conductod by tho
mombers of tho Salvation Army.
Tho Ogden Veteran Firemen's .associa
tion has extended an Invitation to the
San Francisco association to spend a day
In Ogden on tho way to St. Louis.
Joo Strorig Is back from a trip to the
Deputy Shorlfi Sebrlng loft Ogden to
night for Logansport, Ipd., with requisi
tion papers for G. R. Day, wanted In Og
den for obtaining money under false pre
tenses. Frank Vltall, an Italian laborer about
2C years of age, was fatally Injured In tho
sower on Twcnty-flrat strcot shortly be
fore noon today. Vltall was at work In'
tho trench on Twenty-first strcot, when
tho embankment suddenly gavo way,
burying him beneath several feet of
earth. Ho was rescued by his comnan
16ns, but when taken out was unconscious.
He did not regain consciousness and died
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. His body was
drushed by tho weight of the earth
Tho street commlttco of tho City Coun
cil opened tho bids for the Improvement
work on Grant and Wall avenues nnd
Twenty-fourth strcot, bulng excavation
work preparatory to tho paving of the
streot. Tho contract was awarded to C.
W. Wright & Co. for 33 cent3 per squaro
Wlllard Scowcroft, wife, and family
havo roturncd from a. live months' tour
Oscar B. Madson has announcod himself
as a candidate for County Commissioner
on tho Republican ticket, and not as a
candidate for the Legislature,
Mrs, A. C. Plloty of Grand Island, Nob.,
who was visiting her brother, E. A, Han
son, roturncd to her homo today.
i Snow and Hail at Payson.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON, Sept. 27. Payson Is gottlng
ono of tho coldest storms had horo this
early In tho season for years. It con
sists of snow, hall and rain, accompa
nied by thunder and lightning. It Is
fearod that fruit and some of tho crops
still In tho fields will suffer severely.
Mrs. M. E Lommon and Miss Emma
Douglas returned this morning from a
trip to tho World's fair and also a visit
to a number of the largo Eastern cities.
The electric llsht question was taken
up last night by tho City Council. Mr,
Lewis of Spanish Fork, ono of tho In
corporators of tho company, which la
contemplating putting In an oloctrlc llgh
system for Spanish Fork, was prosent,
and explained" tho proposition. Ho said
that tho originators woro willing to havo
Payson Join with them in tho onterprlso
If it so desired. Tho Intention Is to put
In a plant noar tho mouth of Spanish
Fork canyon, and obtain power from tho
wa'tors of Spanish Fork river, with a
one-unit plant, which will furnish power
to the extent of about COO horoopower,
and from which from 4fXW to 5000 lG-candlo
power lights can bu supplied Tho es
timated cost of the plant Is $30,000. It
will be put In by Spanish Fork capital.
If Payson doon not take advantago of
this opportunity- Unless somothlng of a
material naturo Is done, tho city will bo
without lights evory year during tho
Georgo J. Schaorrcr will leave next
Wednesday for a mission to Germany.
Two Couples Licensed to Wed,
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Sept. 27. Horaco Rushton,
aged 20. of American Fork, rocolved II
censo to marry Magglo Itfayne, aged 10,
of Alpine. Harlow S. Burch, Jr., aged 40,
of Lohl, rocelved llconso to wOd Mrs.
Fannlo Smith, aged 3C, of Lohl,
Tho Sprlncrvlllo Resort company took
out articles of Incorporation this morn
ing. The resort Is located up Prove can
yon and Is noted for tho beauty of Its
location and tho fineness of Its springs.
Tho capital of the company ls.$J00, all
subscribed. Tho shares have a par value
pf ?300. The following gontlomen are
tho officers and directors of tho com
pany: President. Fred W Taylor: vice
president, C. F Decker;- secretary and
treasurer, John R. Twelves; stockholders,
K. A. Barney. J- T. Farrer, John R.
Twelves Gfcorgo E. Ho wo, Jesse E
Smith. L. O. Taft. C. E. Loose, Joslah
Beck, L. Holbrook, C. F Decker and
Fred W. Taylor.
Tho Provo Enqulror has Installed a now
typo-scttlng machine. " .
Joseph Yates Is HI with the typhoid fe
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Startup returned
from tho Yellowstone park yostorday,
where they bad been for tho last two
months, .having Bno ovorland by wagon.
Inspected tho Property.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
MODENA. Sept. 27. J. D. Gilchrist of
Donvor, ah ofllclal of tho Colorado Fuel
dhd Iron company, went over to tjio com
pany's property at Iron mountain and
Mrs. Knight, proprietor of tho Hotel
Modona, found an elderly woman sjttlng
Jn her parlor who claimed to bo In doa
tltuts olroumstancca and who appeared
When Charge Was Reduced
He Expected a Light
Had Been Forgiven by the Woman
He Stabbed but Lav Is
COURT CALENDAR. 4
Cases Sot for Today.
Division N'o. 1 Judgo Hall.
4- A, R. Wccter ct al. vs. H. G. Mc-
f Mlllan. 4-
Division No. 2 Judge Slcwart, -f
-J- Dr. J, Mllllson vo. Robert Bra-
Dlvjslon No 2 Judgo Morso. T
f Anderson vs, Barnes. -f
. Division No, 3 Judge Lewis. -f
-I- State vs. Joagcr. " -f
CITY COURT. -f
-f Civil Division Judgo Tanner.
4- Loufbourow vs. Short, McKcllar
4- ve. Hobba, Goodman vs. Sullivan, -f
Clarence Kenney, charged with as
sault with Intent to commit murder
and who pleaded guilty to assault with
a deadlly weapon with intent to do
bodily harm, will servo four years In
the State priBon. Kenney, a street-car
conductor, slashed Mrs. Mary Nichols
with a knife on the night of July 22,
this year. It was supposed that Jeal
ousy waB the motive for the attempt.
Kenney was afterwards heard to say
to the policemen who arrested him that
he was clad that he had cut the wo
man and that he wished she would dlo.
HIb case como up for trial on Mon
day, and he withdrew his plea of not
guilty to tho first charge, substituting
ono of guilty of assault with Intent to
do bodily harm. He hoped that by this
means he might be able to get a light
er sentence, and tho result caused him
no little dismay.
When. the case first came up for trial
some sensational disclosures were
made to tho effect that there had been
a compact between the woman and
Kenney that the one who was Hrat un
faithful to tho other should be killed.
After the reconciliation, which took
place between the two In the ofllce of
the county Jail on ATondaj', Kennoy said
that he was going to retract those
statements. Had Mrs. Nloholas had her
way tho charges against her assailant
would have been withdrawn, as she
said that she forgave him all when he
retracted what he had said against her.
But by that time the matter was out
of her hands, and the action was on
the behalf of the Stale.
JURY REDUCES DAMAGES.
Award of SIOOO Cut Down on Second
Trial to One Dollar.
In the second trial of the case of
Nichols vs. Dally Reporter company,
the plaintiff was awarded a verdict of
$1 damages. A sealed verdict was re
turned by the Jury yesterday morning
to that effect.
On the first trial Nichols got $1000
damages, having asked for $3000. The
suit was for libel, it being- alleged that
he defendant company had circulated
printed cards to the effect that Nichols
6ved tho defendant money. This was
done at a time when the plaintiff was
trying to be elected delegate to the con
vention of tho International Typo
graphical union, and was done, It was
alleged, to bring about his defeat.
ONLY A MISDEMEANOR.
Colored Shooter Generously Treated
by Jury Which Tried Him.
Guilty of battery was the verdict
against Robert Hatch, a negro, re
turnod yesterday eyenlng by tho Jury
to talk rather Incoherently, and somo
who have conversed with her think that
she lo suffering from somo rcontal aber
ration. Sho has told sevoral conflicting
stories, put sho appeared to bo perfectly
rational In tho relation of tho following
"I am on my way to St. George and
havo a letter to Bishop Snow. I want
to go thero on acoount of tho mild cli
mate and as I am almoRt destitute I
would like to fjnd employment thero. 1
am alone In the world, my son, my solo
support, having died recently "
it appears that she was brought hero
by a freighter from Limn, Nov., to which
point sho wont from Callcntc. It Is said
that one of tho frelshlers who took hor
part of tho way to Luna says that she
appeared to bp abundantly supplied with
money and that sho came from California,
Boy'B Left Arm Broken by Horse.
Special to Tho Tribune,
EPHRAIM. Sept. 27. Earl, tho oldest
Bon of Jacob Peterson, had tho bone
In his loft arm broken between tho shoul
der and elbow Monday- morning. Ho Was
trying to head a horse when tho animal
reared and struck him, with tho above re
sult. Dr. Jencon drosscd tho Injured
Leo, the 8-year-old son of Loo Olscn,
died at hln home In this city yesterday.
Tho cause of his death was tuberculosis.
Ho has been 111 for moro than a year. Tho
funOral w) be held from tho family resi
finds a place in every woman's
heart. It saves her back and
hands and clothes.
I AmR DAILY STORE NEWS, j
,' Warmer underwear now will prevent a 1
I ' multitude of ills when the real cold S
I tT weather sets in.
I Better make the change before it is too j
1 llWMmSWI A Eelectiou r,'om oni' stock will assure J
MPHfflw Y" the Ch0ic0 of the Sre,ltest stck t0 b0
nWWmf-MP shown in Salt Lake this season; j
M Ws Tot only greatest in si.e and variety,
ftlWikl illlHrm Kut reacstin ,ne Sivln of values.
iMwMWi!i Better supply yourself now, while the j
' tWlfl ww clloosins iB best-
' lMllIi ' Winter Weights of all kints, from 1
! . to 10 per suit.
i PfllCO El. alfl'Lrl iLcrt MAIN STREET g
THE QUALITY STORE 1
In the case of the State vs. Hatch. He
will come before Judge Lewis on
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock for
Hatch was charged with having com
mitted an assault with a deadly weap
on on one Fenton, also a negro, with a
loaded revolver on April 12 last. Dis
trict Attorney Smith asked for a con
viction on the Indictment, but Hatch's
attorney, Fred C. Loofbourow, contend
ed that the evidence submitted did not
warrant a verdict of guilty. The vor
dlct returned convicts Hatch only of a
misdemeanor, whereas under the In
dictment he was liable to be punished
for a felony.
Guardians for Brighton Heirs.
Thomas Brighton's five children had
guardians appointed for them yester
day by Judge Hall upon the petition
of MaJ. Richard W. Young, their at
torney. Brighton, It will be remem
bered, was one of Shockley's victims In
the Btreet car tragedy last January.
Robert Brighton was appointed guar
dian for three of the minor children of
tho deceased, and Mrs. Janet H. Ander
son, of the other two. Bonds were
fixed at 5100 each.
Real estate to the value of about
$2500 forms the greater part of the mur
dered man's estate. In the future there
may be a matter of $2200 to bo divided
between the families of Brighton and
Amnsa Gleaeon, Shockley's other vic
tim, but at present this money, which
represents the rewards for the capture
of the murderer, which were assigned
to the families of the dead men, has
not been paid over.
Bert Prothero, who informed against
Shockloy, his roommate, and turned
State's evidence, retracted his renun
ciation of his share of the rewards and
Is at present suing the Utah Light &
Railway company for the $ld00 they of
fered for Shockley's capture. All the
police ofllcors who apprehended Shock
ley -signed away their rights to the
Wants Cash for Stock.
J. W. Dehlln has lllod suit against
the Ida Mining and Milling company
to recover $1750 for an alleged broach
. Tho plaintiff performed cortain work
for A. J. Pickett, who assigned 175,000
shares In the defendant company to
him at the value of 10 cents a share,
and Dehlln Is suing to recover tho value
qf the shares.
Dorothy Ann Shumway has filed suit
for divorce In the District court, on
the ground of non-support. She al
leges that her husband. John P. Shum
way, has failed to provide for her for
the past year, and that she Is an In
valid and much In need of support.
They wero married In San Gabriel, Cal.,
In February, 1809.
The case of Elizabeth C. Skewes
vs. R. C. Smith was dismissed yester
day in Judge Stewart's court by ar
rangement between the parties. It
was a suit to recover $31,250 damages
which plaintiff claimed she sustained
by the unlawful sale of some mining
MInnIo Lazenby w,is granted a de
cree of divorce from her husband, John
T. Lazenby, by Judgo Hall yesterday.
The divorce was sued for on the
ground of failure to support. They were
married In MantI on May 28, 1001, and
have two children.
Judge Hall dismissed the case of
Weeter et al. vs. H. G. McMillan yes
terday. This was done with the .con
sont and by arrangement between the
parties to the action which was
brought to recover title to ground In
conflict between some mining claims.
CharlcB Sandall got Judgment by de
fault for 53S32.79 from the Four Metals
Mining company In Judge Stewart's
court yesterday. This amount was al
leged to be due for services rendered
bv the plaintiff and other minors to tho
company. The others had assigned
their claims to Sandall.
Boom tho 0 3 Kini1 Yo'J HavB A!wa
Bad Tenants Evicted
and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association. Francis G. Luke,
General Manager, Top Floor Commer
ACCIDENT CAUSED BOY'S
DEATH WHILE HUNTING
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
WELLS V I LLE, Sept. 27 David G the
seventcon-year-old son of David Hutchi
son, left home early yesterday morning
for tho purpose of shooting chickens, go
ing on horsoback and taklni: a shotgun
with him. About 11 o'clock In tho foro
noon Parley Murray, coming down Pino
canyon, four miles' west of town, on his
way homo from his fathcr'u sheep camp,
observed a riderless homo looao, with the
saddle partially Ljirnod round; a little
further down the trail a shotgun lay
across tho path, and about luO yards
from tho gun1 lay the rigid form ot Da
vid a. Hutchison.
'i'ho Murray boy ran to town und a
party waa immodlatcly formed to go and
bring tho remains homo. This was dono
and upon their arrival in town an exam
ination rcvcalod that tho boy had boon
shot through the heart tho direction of
tho shot being from bolow tho seventh
rib upward Ono shell of tho gun had
bcon discharged. An tho ovldonco point
ed clearly to an accident It was not con
sidered necessary to hold an Inquest.
I October 15 g
E Wo will mako our regular ?1D.C0 Km
Sj teeth ror JS.CO. gS
PI Our ?S.O0 for $5.00. ffl
H Beautiful 22-k dp P Ej
Qoid Crowns for )0 M
V Gold fillings. Jl.OO. ffl
SI Silver fillings, 60c to Jl.OO. M
$ Guaranteed PAINLESS ex- ftn
tracUon, COc affi
j All work dono by operator of Rj
g experlonco and ability. fc
j! IF YOU WANT THE BEST ffl
Ir, dontal work for tho lowest Ej
fi prices, YOU ARE LOOKING ffl
FOR US. taj
1 BOSTON DENTAL I
I PARLORS 1
12-3 Main Street.
f Hours, S.S0 to 0 30, Sunday, E$
$ I 10 lo 2. M
5 Closing out pictura
sale. Every pic-
ture framed ani
Ll unframed must bo
Gold at any price. t?
JS. R. Berge $ go., j
ji 164 Main. g
-MI6 Main Str
j pretty Hats at
0 Includes special discount to
1 dealers. Every hat a style $
S5SMnwgsmntiin' 1 1,
Duko Henry Accidentally Shot.
DRESDEN. Sept. 27. While hunting
Lbrtrldges today Duke. Henry ot
Mecklenburg-Schwerin was shot by
Prince Othon of Schoenberg-Walden-burg
and wounded in both knees and
one hand. Luckily the gun way loaded
with 'only bird shot. Nevertheless the :
Duko will be confined to a hospital for
several days. 1 ' ,
Wc take the risk of your .
finding our tea as we say, at
Your jroccr rtlumi jour money if you don't liko
Two Utile words, but how Important! i-- j-LLl
A minute lato and your train Is gone. A I !
needless delay and disaster overtakes your ! 1 ( H
plumbing. If It happens, though, call on : ' J
WE'RE ALWAYS ON TIME. " I
Yes. and we'll do any Job we contract I j LH
for. on tho "dot," on "time." 'I' TiH
That's our reputation now, and will be '! P iH
next year. If wo repair, or contract for . . I
entlro new 'plumbing, It's on "tlmd." TiH
Ourn Is the best work end price no ',h' 'iH
higher. Try us. Pj , H
I. M. HIGLEY & CO,,
Electric wiring and fixtures.
109 E. 1st South. Both 'Phones 732. ,
UTAH BtDOfNGMfO CO'SsZ ll
mm , 1 1
Better than any Eastern make. Will II,, '
cost you less money. Ask your deal- I, ( iiiH
or for them. Look for our trade- , i ' 1
Utah Bedding & MTg Co., i; :H
Salt LaJ:o City, Utah, ;! j
Piano Purchaser is 1 i JH
Beset With Thorns. I pf. J:lJ
i in 'uuMiwtum I ' 'il
A cheap piano is ofttlmcs marked H J iH
at a high price In order to throw I ill
something off as an inducement I ' I 'IH
We put nothing on to throw off. IH
One prloc, plain figures. Wo sell V t IH
the bulk of the pianos in tho State. JJ j h
i EBaatkaa&afr htm w xsmakq 1
I Carstensen & Anson Co, I ,
(Incorporated.) 9 ; j H
i Teinplo of MukIo. ' t i IH
I ..74 MAIN STREET..' ! ! WM
Successors to Dayncc Music Co. m ijl n BI
The State Bank of Utah j
Comer Main and South Temple Sts., ll
Salt Lake City. , j" 1
J0SE7H F. SMITH, President. ih ! 1
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, VIce-PreBldcnt. j;, 1
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier. 1
HENRY- T. M'E WAN. Asst. Cashier. , H
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. WL' '1
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to fir55 1
country trade. Corrcspondenco lnvU ffrVps., ' 1
J. E. Cosgrlff, Pres. E. W. Wilson. Cashlerj lm 'V
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH B f . H jM
NATIONAL BANK Is
J. J. Daly. W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents. ' ! iH
A. H. Peabody, Ass't Cashier., J ,. I IH
WELLS, FARGO SCO. BANK: ' i H
Salt Lako City, Utah. I H
Established 152. H
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah., 1
Surplus ".V..".V.V.'.'.'.'.'.V.V.".".V.V.. V . .514.379,000 !
Undivided proilts ) H
Transact? a general banking business, , IH
domostlc and foreign. IH
Direct connections with banks iz all , H
principal cities of the world. il
lS3'JEa: j lll
Drafts, I On an lH
Letters of Credit, prominent ' ll
Telegraphic Transfera. ) cities. j IH
Doposlts recolvcd subject to check. H
II. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P.'CLA.RK, Asst. Cashier.- H
ESTABLISHED 1SIL 150 OFFICES,! .H
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. , 'H
G. DUN & CO., !
The Mercantile Agency. il
GEORGE RUST. General Manager. , H
UUili, Idaho and Wyoming. jl 1
Office in Progress bldg., Salt Lako City. j , HH
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $200,000.00. ''1
WALKER BROTHERS,, j
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. H
Established 1S59. Incorporated 03.- .H
Transact a Goncral Banking Business. f il
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. , j 1
jQESERET NATIONAL BAJTS jH
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah. 'H
Capitol, SGOO,000 Surplus, 3250,000
It. 3, HILLS. MOSES THATCHER, 1 tH
Prosldont. Vlce-ProsldcnL I HH
II, S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS, I JH
Cashlor. Asst. Cashier. II 'IH
Safe deposit boxes for rent. G '1
NATIONAL BANK OF f ' il
THE REPUBLIC" ; VM
U. S DEPOSITARY. R . JH
FRANK KNOX ,.. President H 'H
I AMES A. MURRAY Vloe-Prosldont R H
V. F. ADAMS, Cashiei H
CAPITAL PAID IN. S300.000. " ! .H
Banking in all lis branches transacted. j . H
Sxohanco drawn on tho principal cities, if! lfl
3f Europe. H
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS." f jH
ccornicb: & co., H
Salt Lako City, Utah. 'H
ESTABLISHED 187 H