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. aLnvnlY MOBBING) OCTOBER 10, 1904. ' , ' "jl
JP1. ' fcEEE SALT LAKE TBIBUNTE.
of Edison Accused
fl of Fraud,
W3 : - -
: pl to Get Rich Quick
office Twice Hef used to Issue
5 fyis flpoa 010 Widoly-Adver-,a?iJ
& gHLN'QTON. D C, Oct. O.-On com-
-1", jc Thomas A. Edison, tho world-
'ti' jisvntor. tho Postofflco dcpart-
JAJ, in Issued a fraud order against
ft sts A. Edison Jr. Chemical com-
j j g&r brought to light a condition
" Eil-j which the postal authorities ro-
Wra tii5 ehowlrfe conclusively a fraudu-
ktl teDt to get money out of tho
it- i y Cf tho trusting- public through
ct ? Ls!ttlon of the manic name of
feV i 'ncludcs Thomas A. Edl
i bices of the Thomas A. Edison
ytx teal-sl company aro located in Now j
A-D.aj Tte company offered for sale a j
t styiC'd ' Tho Macno-Electric VI
conslsteJ principally of
U cm tiftd electric battery.
ijBefoscd to Issue Patent'
JAlffiia itftfciiry, IKS, the Patent Offlco de
ttO 'u tppjication for a patent on tho
n the ground that the battery
J" bJ of only two plates of copper
J 1 !u Interposing- acidulated blotting;
D7A5I lbc exam'"ors pronounced
j hdra because there was nowhere
tlitton between copper and zinc as
lit bl for battery ceils. Alterations
'uteri Krttsied b the Patent Office ns
t tit n cctuts for thu battery, but thoy
Ubbi i rat satlsCa ir to the examiners,
rH Ml i second application for a patent
bstf iru refused.
c'&a iltKDU Edison Jr. Chemical com--ci
lUrtns Ita divirc extensively. In
tiiU i!&titemens it Is ?ald that young
!3 hid refused ST5O.0W for his In
Kttm la It b a.M also that youns Edl
fc&st W kicntid the Inventive genius
".wMpi fataer, bui devoted It to the cause
r lb ifciity, ji'oug l is philanthropy by
tJki nmcno-electrlc vltallzcr for
A i: cosJ-fi. Readers of the adver-
jPict ire united to send a dC3crlp-
im.tl'lAr alien r.ts to tho Thomas A.
- pw Jr. company's address, and It Is
jfctT the eudence submitted that rc
iTWfcs Etre sent to these to the effect
!W Edison had found the symp
r. iMt tVjibid such as could be 'cured
MEifnsjd $750,000 for Idea.
'P'-ut Attornej -General Goodn of
jW'0"12 department, on whoso rcc
iP"113 the fraud order was Issued,
ivraM, i "r101,1 ,0 affidavit sub-jf?3Br-
fc)' W Iowton Bennington, ono '
S jZw-ilfwtora of the company, in which
7Sf-r,.4n "declared that Thomas A.
l,7r-,Jr- had said to him tliat ho had
mtl ln orfcr W.CC-O for tho vltal-
a ' hi had refused It because ho
h;h5d contracted with the chemical
H BB fur ''
c 'Iwn was summoned to Wash
;Je P.7. lhe Postofllce uuthorltles last
i L. "r. Jn a statement to thorn, ho
f' ""J no scientific or Inventive nbll-
mI he hnd merely suggested tho
J m i?.,1 triable medical electric bat-:-x
'i;h 0ther3 acting for the com
uV Lj rfected and tried to patent.
7S K? "5 "' connection with the
yJTi 7Ja ,ho opinion of the postofneo
.5 5?w iP examined Into the mat
Ta J. CI hPse actually engaged In tho
Jv?il4 ot the Thomas A. Edison Jr.
,JtT fi1 rapany must have known they
t 'Koctlng a fraudulent enterprise.
TJCd1 nionth ago Thomas A. Edison.
2 ncd 10 tnc department against
4 I SlUo'13 the concern with which
eJ mc wns connected. In his
-S nT "e ai'esed hl3 son never had.
3f n i any ability ns an inventor or
tipert and he believed Thomas
&m?J,'' 'n'n3 incapable of making
UlBiS 11 or any diBcovcry of merit.
nASw JiE9 of ,lla sou's name was
lli"Bir Tr, yung man. ho declared.
ffci tmrloyed by him for several
, 0"'3f in a clerical capacity.
, fBzf a mis complaint, tho Postoflco
fKTr- i'cted the officers of the
1 ah0Jw' causo wh' they should
iUiUmLt S1" Jrom lne uso of the mnlls
Ptember 27 as tho day for a
SlYoUEs Mai1 Not Activ-
ftffmviHH6 fr' tfao representatives of
iV?lled i0 convince the post
wM ,hat lhQ enterprise was
micani!. T.itanaPer Sharks admitted
1 faBta Sr"r,Bon 8 connection with tho
'2m. hTt t0 drav a salary of 155 a
rBfa. a?pcarod at tho ofneo only on
fEi?,-Iif10n mado a statement 3ub
hE 3 Other's charges. Ho nd
f e Tt ?uno inventive genius. With
i r ti k ntatoments of the com
f HcSvU.; er-amined tho letters of
U ,,iU,ye,re' describing their oymp
j i hc know nothlnu what-
Mncofre,SDOnt)nce. Ho charged
.3 inimi.iJ1QdJflnP,1ed for a patent
1. ordor t0 connect with it
5 if 1 Edison, which would sell any
r.tCh?ihearlnt'' the Thomas A Edl
"1 k thi .lcnl-company had been for
"ffl cf um,1q ,f. ho malls for the pur
ThlJ I ?i ,ta allcKCd curative dc
I Utrfltr Ti lon was mado permanent
j "ttit iVIhBUC1 by the Postofflcc dc
'S WJcntraial instance of tho
'It 'rS?mwLff tno Thomas A. Edl
H Sr1 company Is Willis G.
4 Und U..Dw?Wcnl of th0 Pcnnsyl
' "5 opininn 1 hpinla Cofll company.
I orl ,f the postofflce author
i Went m no knowlcdgo of the
ieC ij nn? P1 1,10 chemical company
!J JorkinlcgaB'aro of lts a,,,,ed fraudu-
FviSfc,11.10. PoatofP.co officials,
iftldl Sfl ' frn.ff1.13 the mainspring ot
10 4 ,awrnW1,,cn.t concern. Ho ban
Crd.'rThn. themes annlnst which
i! !lth c D4cn Icsued and Is con-
fca by l. cmpany now under Inves
i ine rostofflco department.
SaHA7 " T M7 TImeS"
ny ft under Southern Skies"
mWMb comrnrotC5e of lmo 'ordica.
IB'and th hcr llneL' iwenty-threo
Ur. ' inen' t'hc says, shook her
nEblu Sunday Ball Games.'
LBha'- 0ct 9 -The Rev. Dr.
IhHcde. lv e?undG the return of a
KUi!,rn to the Topeka ball
leam 1lay Sunda'
SHOT BY THUGS.
Robbed and Hurled From Northern,
Pacific Passenger Train.
Special to The Tribune.
COLUMBUS, Mont.. Oct. 9. Shot by
thugs, robbed of hi8 valuables and then
hurled from a swiftly moving- paraengej
train was tho fate or a traveler on an
overland Northern Pacific passenger
train, who from papers found, Is? be
lieved to be Lewis Dcnamer of Ed
mond, S. D.
Track-walkera at daybreak thin
morning discovered Dcnamer lying be
side the track with an ugly bullet hole
through his head. He was breathing
lila last and died within a few minutes
after being found.
Denamer's pockets had been turned
Inalde out, nothing- of value being found
on the remains. The train from which
it Is believed Denamer was thrown
passed through Columbus during- tho
In the man's Inside vest pocket were
found papers bearing the name "Dcn
amer" and a ticket from Edmond. S
1.. to Tacoma, "Wash.
DRUGGED TO DEATH,
Second Victim of "Knockout Drops"
Reported at Butte.
Special to The Tribune.
BUTTE, Mont., Oct. 9. Charles
Runkle of Centcrville was found ln a
dying condition in an empty coal car,
his face being smothered in dust, as
the result, It is believed by the ofllcers,
of belnc; given knockout drops.
Runkle died several hours after being-
taken to the hospital. He is known
to have had money with him when ho
left home earlier in the day, and io
thought to have been given the deadly
drug at some of the resorts visited by
Runkle'D death makes the second in
Butte from knockout drops within the
past week. Lout Tuesday night Ed
ward "Wegner. a -well-known contractor
of tho city, was drugged to death and
robbed of ?00. His body was found
crammed Into an alley In the reaT of an
EaBt Park ctreet saloon.
Monday afternoon 13 tho time. Salt
Lake Theater is the place. County
mass convention of the American party
Is the event.
A NATURAL SANITARIUM.
What a Scientific Observer Hn3 to
Say About California,
Lieut. John P. FIndley, while in
charge of the United States weather
bureau at San Francisco, contributed
an article to a prominent magazine on
the climatic conditions of California,
in which the following statement ap
peared: "Theoretically. California should fur
nish the best and most varied health
resort and sanitariums ln the United
States. Within her borders almost ev- j
cry form of wasting disease should
find the means of temporary, if not
permanent, relief "
Tills theoretical statement, from an
unbiased, scientific standpoint, is abun
dantly confirmed by experience. The
cool and bracing const climate, devoid
of any trace of malaria, extends from
the northern part of the State to the
extreme south. There Is the choice be
tween this cool, humid atmosphere and
the dry. warm atmosphere of tho in
Of altitude thero Is yet a greater dif
ference. From Plain Valley, 300 feet
below sea level, to the upper Sierras,
7000 or S000 above, any altitude can be
selected, and comfortable homc9 be
The peculiarity of an almost rainless
summer, during whlcn tnc injurious'
germs of animal and vegetable decay
are destroyed by thorough desiccation,
is one of the striking features of Cali
During the rainy season It is usually
too cool to facilitate fermentation, and
the result Is, except along oome of the
river valleys, an absolutely pure at
mosphere. The ocean winds entering
through the several coast openings, are
tempered by the Intermediate area
passed over, and often receive desir
able healing properties by taking up the
resinous odors of the pines and red
woods of the coast range.
The aklllful physician, acquainted
with the climatic conditions, should
find little difficulty In selecting a local
ity where climate and environment will
do all that these agencies can ever do
toward the restoration of health. There
Ib enough of -wlldncss to keep the mind
constantly engaged, and enough of civ
ilization to satisfy the most exacting.
People whose systems are charged
with malaria, or arc "run down" by
overwork, find immediate and In many
cases permanent relief ln thlG invigor
For descriptive and Illustrative liter
ature call on or address, D. R. Gray,
general agent, S. Pac. Co., 201 Main
Btreet, Salt Lake City, Utah.
O S "3? 2- IE j .
Bears the A lhe Vcu ,,3ro Wmy3 Bc3'
American party voters, avoid the rush
by registering early on Tuesday and
Corner Third South and State.
The management of the Hotel Hallo
announce the completion of Now An
S? which will allow tho accommoda
tion of many more guests. The hotel
has been renovated throughout. Rooms
lnrle and en suite. American and Eu
ropean, inquire for rates.
The American party's county ticket
wUl surelv win if every supporter will
JeSstw on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Girls Don't Like Football.
WOODBURY, N. J-. Oct. O.-Because
f,r. hest girls of the bst playera don't
See fStbSii the Woodbury. N. J., team
will be disbanded-
ou think one tea as good
Why don't you buy at the
lowest price you see in tho
Vour crocer retanu your monoy if you doD't like
j Another Coffee j
'6 That Is Good' and enjoys a largo
i sale Is our ;
j ORIENTAL COFFEE,
" AT 33C PER POUND.
J This coffco 13 aa good na most r
other porsons' !0c kind. Thcro's no ?
Premium with It. only quality, tho 0.
' very highest quality. It wouldn't :
J be qulto so good with tre cxtrs.
. cost cf a pr;nlum. Try it
CooK Tsa & Coffee Co. j
0 'Phone 074-T. h e. 3rd So
1 Imn Mesh JJaderwear 1
I $2.50Per fiarmsnt.
g 61, 63, 65 Main Strcst
p The Champagne m
P the World drinks R
for Quality m
I CLiCQUOT 1
SEC BRUT IS
M VcIIoit Label Gold Lsaoi g3
$j A. VIGNIER CO., Distributors
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
RIEGER & LINDLET, Distributors,
Salt Lako City.
j CUMMINGS I
I COMMISSION CO. I
I ? !
S Continuous quotations on Ne j I
4 Tork Stocks nnd Chicago Grain, j
We buy and oell etocka and praln J
on margin or for caah. Our prlvat ?
room3 enable our customora to ft I
if come In nnd trannact business with l j
i the utmost secreoy.
v Write or cull for our Book of In-
? formation ("System of Specula
tlon"J. free upon application i
y Rooms 203-210-211-212 D. F Walker 3
Mmbersi Salt Lake Stock and ijj
,'f Mining KxehnpRe 'Phone CM :3
Ladles' kid patent tip, mili-
tary, Cuban and French heels,
light and heavy solos, dross and
WE ARE SELLING OUT. I
258 So. Main. Sign of the Big j
Neiden-Jiidson Drug Co
i WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370. ig
I Edw. C. Smith. President. 7;
I John P. Cobb, Vice-President nnd j
I Manager. )
I F. L. Pearl. Secretary. J
II. A, Knowlcu. Treasurer. QsJ
crixi II I "11 '""ll
: Save ,
On a '
Out of town folks and othern '
v.ill profit by looking Into thin I
Range proposition. We have a
few Acorn Ranges we are selling
at cost. Just to make fioor space.
Come In nnd aavo the 520.
'Phone 1637-K. 27-20 W. 3rd So.
As V7oll ns tho Proper Sight.
Jno. Daynes & "ons,
26 MAIN STREET.
: The State j
Jodges Say: !
1st Prize Gold medal for
j your HIGH PATENT. ',
1st Prize Gold medal for
j your STRAIGHT GRADE.
1st Premium for bread baked
i from ,
Bread baked by Mrs. J. A.
Steele, 858 East 1st South.
Two llttlo words, but how Important!
A minute lalo and your train la gone A
needless delay and disaster overtakes your
plumbing. If It happens, thoush, call on
WE'RE ALWAYS ON TIME.
Yes. and we'll do any Job we contract
for. on the "dot," on "time."
That's our reputation now. and will be
next year. If wc repnlr, or contract for
onMro new plumbing. It's on "time."
Oura Is the best work and price no
higher. Try us.
I. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric wiring and fixtures.
109 E. 1st So. Ind. 'phono 752. Boll 2123-x.
u i.vn ot doing nro zchz 3
Better than any Eastern make. Will
cost you less money. Ask your deni
er for them. Looi; for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & MTg Co.,
Salt Laho City, Utah,
A uosltlvi' nnil jimanent euro Jor
drunkenness and tho opium dlauuBe-.
Thero U no publicity, ro olekneao. Laaieo
treated ns prlvutely as at their own
homc9 The ICeoley JnDtltute. 3J W. Bo,
Temple. Salt Iilco City. Utah.
3 J". W. CURR1II, ft
T y :nt South, finlt I-ikn CUt J
i (WsSrtSSS ' Stands for "Sorao people don't I
t llko U3'" It,s a fact' and tfltre's S
1 ! TN'S" -10 U3e beating around the bush
t &s-k W about it. Wo Collect Bad Dobta H
'I lyr&i'' y from Dead Beats. Thero may H
7 W&ffl- g come a time when wo will ba H
, rt WSSS Jf awarded a prize at the State fair S
' 1 rtk for the be3t' 03-hlDlt of I
' M"y Debts Collected; if so you want H
, e mv jf como nnc- so the exhibit. ffl
' -1 SW! S We gut-rantoe nn exhibit gj
V&A W&s thtlt v111 interest the most 1
ffMS. 7 languid and cause smiles of ap- 1
iMmM4 probation to ripple over faces I
Vwim& JF that haven't rippled for years. H
t r Here's a sample of a few wo H
, j - collected last week: I
! WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED Sj
it $125.00 $84.00
'. 5 In cold Inst wcck ror vntlam last week for W. J. Roblnuon of .
I u ICIrkup of Franklin, Ids. V. .;as an Grantavllle. It vaa an old dobt four- !
1 rj old torn and battered note, had to be toen years of ago. Hud two jults in hi
' 'j pinned to IU;olf. court over this, and won both.
! i WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED
. $35.00 $75.00
last week for Mrs. Anna Llday. for Sccuft5inJfncob "r" ,lron2. '
f room and board from a skip out V?,n, n .Oklahoma. The man was c
K r n m-m nls friend years ago and Aure3 loaaed 4
I u' man' him the money. f
j WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED t
l 1351 week for Castlcton Rros.. for last week for Tho Murray Morcan- C
a t'roccry bill Kcventceti years old. tile Co.. from a man who went Into
1 The man that paid It says he'll bankruptcy. Wc had two fights ln i;
? lllro, ,us when he has a hard case court over this, but wo won 111 both S
to IlKht and wants to win it. courts. I
. Does anybody owe you? Do you ivni tho money7 Jf so wrlto or call
1 " ' Jf we did not know we could collect your bills we would not bo 1
Bj npending JIOOO this year for advert lalnc This ad will brinp us -Bad Debts
4 to collect. Wo will collect them and make commissions thereon. f
1 Don't think your bills aro too bod but send them In, J
BOMIS9 PROTECTIVE ISSjl.i
fl Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Publishers of Credit Rating Booka.
B Reporters of how people pay.
I Home Offices, Top Floor Commercial Block.
fl FRANCIS G. LUKE, Goncral Manacor. ' '
U "Somo People Don't Llko Us." M
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-THE eBHHEBClftLTWBUaEflgflBP BMW9 SiSSUJ
Made by the new modern creamery where purity and cleanliness are first
I Faust greamery Supply (2o, 'S,?J S '
ujn n- '.imwit.-. ,:,hv-fi,i LT1l.,rMJUJF7:'l'l w'm f,iT..w:ji,.wvj Ij", 'I'rit iiv..".! j:,'.i-Tgtni
j PICTURE SALE I
J PICTURE SALE j
! PICTURE SALE
I Jo W, Gessfford
Ji 57 SO. .MAIN ST
fth DIAJilOND 'VW
4 .'' SETTER,
Lfj Wo manufacture cverytntnp; In j
H upeclal Jewelry doslcns. mako ovor t
M old Jewelry or buy It for old gold.
m Keep ln stock Opala. Rubles. Din- ;? i
QJ monds, Sapphires. Jowelry, Silver ;J
M Watches, Chains. Rlncs, Eroochca,
W etc. Watoji iiiakirnr. ;
I 259 SO. MAIN ST. ;
Trado Dollar Extension MJnlnB com- MIiH
pany. Location of principal placa of bos- j IlisH
izz:z, Salt Lako City. Utah. I
Notice Is hereby given zxzi .t & meet- jfH
ins: of tho board of directors of said com-
pany, held on the ICth day of September. 'wMH
1901, an assessment of ton (1.10) cents per j ,
oharo was levied on the outstanding- capl- iiH
tal stock of thlA corporation, payable lm- PH
mediately to tho secretary, at his offlco.
room No, 100 David Keith billldlns, Salt 'fJmM
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which 'JiBH
this assessment shall remain unpaid on
tho 18th day of October, 1S04, will bo do- , TH
llnquont snd advertised for salo at pub-
Ilo auction and unless payment is made i '
before, will bo sold on the 9th day of No-
vcmber, 1304. at 2 o'clock p. m. at tho of- 1 j
I 11 co of tho company, room No. 100, David .
i Keith building. Salt Lake City, Utah, to j
t pay tho delinquent assessment togother
with tho costs of advertising and expenses. f
of sale. E. O. KIDDER, 1
Secretary. J I
Salt Lako City, Utah, September 10, 190L '- MM
Flmt publication. Septcmbor 17. 1904.
Last publication October 18, 130L al3M
Wabanh Mining Company. Principal '1
plcco of business. Salt Lake City. UtrOi, IH
Notlco: Thore aro delinquent on tho fol
lowing described stock, on account of
asscfinrnent No. 9. levied on tho 22nd day jH
of August, KOI. tho soveral amounts set
oppo.slto the names of the reapectiva IH
nhareholdcra, to-wit: ,
No. Name. Shares. -lAm't IH
10. C. R. Chamberlain 600 1.00
SC. Amous Howo 1000 60.00 JMM
111.'. I-oulfl Bacliman 150 7.50 . IH
113. Jcsso Bochmai M 225 11.25
127. Chaa. Tobias 1000 50.00 i
381. Kntherlno Whcrrltt .... 100 5 00 ,
1S3. Peter Barton 100 G.00 MMm
350. Mr. S. Barnea CO 2.50 mM
3S3. C. J Brain 50 2.60
C7G. Chaa, Tobias 333 1-3 1G.C7
110S. N A. Page .ICO 6,00 imm
1112. K. O. Park 500 25.00 !
1131. Sarah A. Marshall 100 5.00 !
1277. A. H. Tarbot 1000 60.00 i
1421. W L. Carter 100 6. CO
14(0, Ivcvy Bettman 1W v 5.00 ,
11S1 Irvine L'cttman 100 5.00 ilH
ItS? Moses Ncuabaum ICO 5.00 7 BUB
1516 W. II. Brrimel 1GO 5.00 ' mm
167u Louis Schneider COO 25.0) i
15?0. AV. II. Shcctz f00 '5.00
1GS1. W. H. Shcctz 600 - 23.00 t
1719. A. H. Tarbet 1000 ff U)M JmM
1781. W. X Clark 400 .(0 ,
ITS I. M. S. Pendorgast U 20.(5
1SC7. II. S. Joseph 600 25.00 '
And In accordance? with law and tho i
order of the board of directors mado on
tho 22nd day of August. 1901, ao many I
pliares of each parcel of such stock as LH
n.ay bo necessary will be sold at tho of- '
flees of thu company, room 52L Atlas j
block. West Second South street, Salt ,
Lake City, Utah, on tho 16th day of Oc
tobcr. 1901. at 1:00 p. m., to pay tho dclln- IH
quent assessment, togother with tho cost ' &H
of advortlvlng and expense of salo. I
W. MONT. FERRY. Secrotary. i
Offlco, 621 Atlas block, Salt Lako City, ' 1
Utah. a2GlJ ' mmw
UNION PACIFIC KAILROAD-C01I- j
Annual Meeting-. '
The annual meetlnc of the stockholders
of Union Pacific Railroad ccmpany will :'ijiH
un held at thu office of tho co npany In
Salt Lako City. Utah, on Tuoh1 y, Octo
ber 11. 1504. at 12 o'clock noon, for the elec-
Hon of fifteen directors of the compuny, j
and for the transaction of such other
business as may legally come before tho ,
The books for tho transfer of stock
(both commor. and preferred) will bo i
closed for the purposes of the meeting at ,
the close of business on Wednesday. Au- IH
gust 31. 1904, nnd will bo reopened at 10 ' 1
o'clock a. m. cn Wednesday, October 12, . ' 1
if04. ALEX. MILLAR. Secrotary. i
Dated August 22, 1904. al327
Joo Bowers Mining company. Principal , IH
placo of business. Salt Lake City, Utah.,
Notice There arc delinquent upon tho 44)H
following described stock on account of
assessment levied on tho 20th day of Au- H
gust, 1904, the soveral amounts set oppo- H
slto thi- names of tho rcspectivo share- B
holders, tA follows: i 4l
No. No. ,
Cert Name. Shares. Amt,
355--, V. F. Seln 1,0)0 $10.00 rJI
CVJ-W. F. Seln 500 5. CO '
379 W. E. Fcrrobcc. ....... 1,000 10. CO ' mMm
4S3-C. C. Hlgglns COO 6.00
075 Jos. Hause 1,000 10.00
717 Irvine & Mason, Tr.... 1.000 10.00 jH
94C H. E. Asadoorlan 2,WJ IT..00 , jH
Gf-Grant Swan &J 0.00 MiH
971-C. L. Rood 5.00) 50. CO 'MM
97P C. U Rood 6.005 60. CO
iW-llax E. Smith 600 5.C0 '
2034 John Dcrn 5.CO0 60.00
1035 John Dora COCO 60.00 J
1030 John Dcrn 200 25.00 , IH
1039 John Dcrn 2,500 2S.CO MijH
114S-Mrs. II II. Mclntlre.... 6CO 5.00 tmmJ
1163 E. D Wlcklns..... 600 . 6.00 IH
H5S A. T. Sanford 60) 5.00 MH
11C4-C.V A. Dole 1.500 15.00 MM
J179 J. M. Burt 600 5.00 '
1225 Jas. T. Beless 1.O0-) 10.00 1
3227 XV E. Ferrobce 2,600 25. CO
2278 Grant Swan 24 .2-4
ISM Max E. Smith 90 .96 '
1370 W. E. Ferrcbeo ICS 1.G3 ,
1371 W. F. Seln 72 .72 ItmM
1405 Jos. Hauso 4S .4S ) B
14:5 H. B. Asadoorlan 120 l.0 lH
1439-C. L. Rood..... 4S0 4. SO 'MmJ
1ICS Mrs. II. II. Mclntlro.... 24 .24
146S E. D. Wrlckcns -24 .24 jH
1170-C. A. Dole 72 .73
14SO E. D. Swan 43 .4S fmM
HSi Jas. T. Beloss 13 .43 - H
152S W. II- Clark 1.00) 10.00 ,
16C0-E. H Wells 200 rJH
1C51-E. h. wu es .63 mm
lf.54 C. C. ITlCPlnJ' SCO G.CO
ir-v.' J. Harnett 600 5.00 -H
16050. L. Rood 170 1.70 iB
15C0 C. L. Rood..t 330 3.30 H
1719 S. M. AVarmbath 1,000 10.0) 'H
1&73 C E. Brubaker 1,000 10.CO lBHB
1911 Nottlo Palno 1,000 10. CO
1941 M. J. Hard In 3CO 3. CO flVflB
1W5-M J. Hardin 310 3.10
ir.C3-M J. Hardin 24 .24 i mmS
2C03F. J. O'Neill 600 6,00 r MMM
"Oil Thco. Davis 1.000 10. CO H
201 Theo. Davis 1,000 10.00
2043-J. H. Llnck 1,00) 10.CO mmM
2010 O. H. Smith 600 6.00 IbBVI
2047 C. D Savcry 600 6.00 i ))
2031-E, D. Swan 600 6.CO .
2C02 E, D. Swan 5CO 6.00 IbIVI
2(69 C K. McCornlck 500 6,00
07S E. W Griffiths 6C0 5,00
"100 Mike Bamberger . 600 5.00 iH
" IgPj. H. Llnck 1.000 10.0) ,B
200 H. S. Joseph 600 C.OO IIH
001 9 G. H. Smith GOO - 5.00 hH
"235 J. W. Skinner 500 5.00 lujH
"23S Shceta & Thompson.... CO) 6.00 ilH
2319 Eva Lloyd 524 5.24 UiiilH
2t:6-Max E. Smith. 600 5.00 'iijH
2330-Iludson Sons Co 600 6.CO H
230I Hudson Sons Co 500 6.00 iH
230-Hudson Sons Co.. 600 6.00 lpjiH
-43S w. J. Browning l.ooo io.w Immm
2131-AV. J. Browning 1,000 10.00
2439 W. J Browning .... 1,000 10.CO i H
iico-E m. west l.ooo lo.oo
2ca-Frank D. Hobbs 500 5.CO jH
"52fi W. W, Rivera LOGO 10.00 IH
2507w w. Rivers 1.CO0 10,00 tH
2530- E. M. West 1.000 10.00 RM
2531- E M. Wcat LOCO lo.Od H
2632-E. M. West 1,000 10.00 H
TS4-E M. Wost. 1,000 10.00 H
"fOl W J. Browning 1,000 10.00 H
2f.ee e. m. west 1,000 io.oo mmmm
2foa io. m. west l.ooo io.oo Mmm
"C01-E M. West 1,C0 10,00 H
"n05E. M. West 1.000 10.0) H
2(fl5-Elolso Allard 1,000 10.00
"CIS L. Weber 1.000 10.00
"820 J. M. Lyon 600 6.00 H
-E M. West 600 6.0) IH
30 TV W Rivers 1,000 10.00 H
27)0 vTas, Crclghton 600 5.00 H
2717-Jns. Crclghton 1.000 10.00 IH
"74S-Jas. Crclghton 1.C0O 10.CO jH
2749 Jns Crclghton 1,000 10.00 jH
777-Jos. Hauso - 6,000 60.00 JH
7P9-vT. A. Pollock & Co 13,600 135.00 ll
And In accordance with law and order IH
of tho hoard of directors, mado on iH
tho 20th dav of August. 1904. so many lH
tthares of each parcel of such stock as 'H
may be necessary will bo sold at Room 1.
151 Main street. Salt Lako City, Utah, on IH
the 15th day of October. 1901. at tho hour 'H
of 2 o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent aa-
cessment thereon, together with tho costa iH
of advertising and exnonaea of sale. H
bl6 A. J. GUNNELL, Secrotary. ,(