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8 1!IE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1906. Jl
WOMAN THIEF HAS
! Cleverly Faints When She Sees
i; . Article in. Store She De-
sires to Secure.
j ESCAPES FROM ASYLUM
I THROUGH SAME DECEPTION
I f ; "Fainting Bertha," Well Known
-i to Chicago Police. Has Made
Ivr Criminal History.
5 CHICAGO, Dec. 2fi. A woman
r known to the police as ""Fainting Bcr-
r tha'J again escaped from t lie Illinois
I insane hospital at Elgin last, night, by
I employing the same moans she has used
g in the Inst five years, during which
It'B time she has made a chapter in police
I; history in Chicago.
K Bertha claims to be an epileptic and
I) she has "acted" so well that the last
B . time she was arrested she succeeded in
H 1 being sent to Elgin instead of to Jo-
) The womnn'fl system is unique. It
' -was her habit to enter n store and.
J -when she had located something she
Pi wanted and it was within easy reach,
fpj she would faint. While those wlio were
f ' present had gone for water and assist-
r i ance, she would secrete the article she
r- had planned to steal, and by the time
'I the water had arrived she would re-
r J cover sufficiently to be able to leave,
r . Tt was during the Christmas festivi
ties at the. hospital that Borrha found
a chancc-to get hold of some keys that
j, would aid in her escape. Th'en she
1 fainted. The attendants carried her to
j the ward in which she was confined and
L- she became hysterical. Later she be-
F came quiet and was left alone, and
'r then she used the keys she had obtained
M , to gaiu her liberty. She made a similar
h attempt a month ago and was captured.
Ci The State authorities offer a reward
-j i for her capture.
I If ; COURT ON CHRISTMAS
HI , Trial of Shea Drags on Even in Season
pTr CHICAGO, Dec. 25. For the first
I time in man years a trial was held on
' , Christmas day in the criminal court.
L The case was that of Cornelius P. Shea,
If and other labor leaders who arc charged
I . ; j with conspiracy in connection with the
fj fj teamsters' strike.
' 5( At the opening of court the attor-
j nej-s engaged in long arguments re
lj . gnrding the admissibility of tcstimony
4 1 pertaining to the controversy between
I I , Montgomery, Ward & Company, and the
garment workers, which preceded the
u' 1 strike of the teamsters. The court ruled
that the defense would be allowed to
, introduce evidence regarding the con-
wmvAP troversy but. not as to the merits of
Km ne controversy. The decision of tho
rourt was considered a victory by tho
Charles Dold, president of the Chi-
y j tago Federation of Laljor at the time of
J tho teamsters' strike, then took tho
BKaTHl stand, and declared that before tho
kT! teamsters' strike, he and President
Hjj Shea and other labor leaders had visited
Bj the onice of Montgomery, Ward & Com-
Hi' Pan.V, and had sought to have the trou-
B ole settled by arbitration. This was
BBSr ' refused, he declared, the officers of the
BBS( rompnny saying thai 'there was nothing
BSi lo arbitrate. Tho witness then told
BBS) of other efforts that were made lo se-
BBV;j cure arbitration, and said that Mayor
BBVi-J i Dunne was asked to use his good otlices
BUM o bring it about. Tho Mayor did all
HBBh that he could, the witness declared,
BBBfJ but was unsuccessful.
BBBr : It was contended by the defense that
BBBK J theso efforts of the" labor leaders to
HBEv bring about arbitration showed that
Kk, " they were not in a conspiracy to wreck
R the busiuedu of Montgomery, Ward &
II FIRE AT NEWPORT NEWS
J 1 Bhops of Shop Building Company De
ll ' stroyed; Loss Will Be Heavy.
1 i NEWPORT NEWS. a Dec. 25 A
i I large frame and sheet Iron building con-
) talnlng the carpenter, sheet Iron and pipe
J' fitters" shops and riggers' and moulders'
K lofts, was destroyed at the Newport News
t" , Shipbuilding and Dry Dock company's
" I plant today. The old Dominion liner Jof-
( jl ferf-on. which Is being repaired In the dry
j dock, was damaged to the extent of J10,-
000.. It Is estimated that the total loss
:j will amount to $200,000. and will be fully
Jj. covered bj Insurance. Eddie Eddlnp, a
E: fireman, was struck by a falling telegraph
f pole and fatally wounded. HIh skull was
- crushed and a red-hot wire cut his
1 throat. I-Ie Is now at the genera hospital
In a dying condition.
r ' In the carpenter shop were tool chests
hI) ' belonging to 200 ship carpenters. It Is
VJ- estimated that these men will lose in the
neighborhood of $10,000, and their loss Is
not covered by insurance. General Man
ager W. A. Post of the shipyard said to
night that It was impossible to estimate
accurately the amount of damage.
i SHOOTS DOWN COMRADE
t Christmas Dinner la Marked by Trag
edy at Fort Sheridan.
CHICAGO, Doc. 25, In the presence of
four troops of the Fort Sheridan squadron
" of tho Ninth cavalry, who had just be-
' . Kun their Christmas dinner In the dining
-. hall of the fort, might. Sergeant John 1.
I " Griffin shot and killed Corporal Will! am
- Taylor of his troop. Both the men. who
f are colored, quarreled over a woman, and
U the shooting followed. Taylor received
lj , the bullet through his breast and died on
1.1 1 the way from the dining hall to the lios-
f pltal. A rigid investigation has been
lj ordered by MnJ. Macomb.
II "A court-martial In time of peace can-
H not sentence a man to death," said MaJ.
R Macomb. "If Griffin is to be tried for
! murder, and that is what he ought to be
' 1 ""led for, the case will go lo the United
I APPEAL TO ROOT
Prominent New Yorkers Call His At
tention to Congo Tree State.
I ' k -EW YORKt Dec. 25. A letter signed
) by J. Pierpont Morgan. Dr. Lyman Ab-
J bott and other prominent citizens of Ncw
I ' York was addressed to Secretary of State
Ellhu Koot today, directing Ine tiuni'on
to conditions in the Congo Vvc Plate
where, it. is asserted, flagrant InliuniV.i.itv
I exists, and urging him on behnlf of the
j American people to use the "moral him-
.port" of the L'nlted States Government to
correct the abuses the Congu imtlvot ae
8 nlleged to be suffering from.
M Mrs. Blaine, Jr., to Wod.
Vf . WASHINGTON. Dec. 25 Mrs. Jams
fl; I - . G- Blaine, Jr., formerly Miss' Martha
1- HIchborn, who secured a divorce In
H 4 South Dakota several days ago, tonight
t announced that she would soon be mar-
i rled to Paul S. Penrsall of New York, a
i i Lieutenant in the regiment of Rough
H Riders during the war with Spain.
MANY PRESENTS CAME
TO ISiiDLEn CELL
Loffers of Sympathy, Gifts and
Christmas Greetings for the
Slayer of Arthur Brown.
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 25. Mrs. Anna
M. Bradley, slayer of former Senator
Arthur Brown of Utah, received a Inrgo
package of letters nnd presents in lier
coll at Uip District jail today. They
were delivered to her by her nttor
nevs. Nfrs. Bradlev was given n special
dinner with flowers and fruits. Shu
has been receiving many sympathetic
letters from Washington people. She
received holiday greetings from her
father, mother and two sisters.
Attorney George Hoover will leave
for Salt Lake next Thursday after a
final conference with tho prisoner to
arrange for contesting the will of Ar- I
thur Brown. Legal action in the con
test, will be taken within thirty Hays,
it is said.
BOYS' BETTERMENT CLUB
It Was Opened Christmas Day at 137
North Main Street.
Samuel Ncwhouse's latest gift to Salt
Lake, tho Boys' Betterment club, was op
ened Christmas at 137 North Main street
This movement was started in this city
by Judge Willis Brown, who went to Mr.
Newhouse and told him that such a place
was badly needed. Mr. Newhouse In
structed (he Judge to go ahead and start
the place, and he would furnish the funds
with which to support It. A largo four-teen-room
house at 137 North Main was
leased, and was soon furnished up In fine
The basement of the building contains
a largo playroom, a kitchen and dining
room. The second tloor the council cham
ber, secretary's office and a playroom
The third lloor Is for working boys who
have no homes Thcso hoys will board
and room there, at a very small cost.
The club Is for the benefit of all boys"
clubs In the city who have a membership
aggregating nearly 300. Each club will
meet one night every week at the club
house. Tuesday afternoon all clubs at
tended the opening, each club spending
an hour partaking of a big dinner which
had been prepared for them The clubs
attending were: Westminster Knights
club, In charge of Mrs. Meigs. Southwest
Mission club. In charge of Mr Parsons,
the C. T. Boys' club and the Boys' Pluck
band. About 200 boys In nil attended.
The following members of the club were
elected officers for tho ensuing three
months: Gleed Miller. Mayor; Frank
Meyers, citv recorder, J. Hyde, treasurer.
The council will hold meetings weekly, at
which time house rules will be made and
applications for membership acted upon.
The age limit of the club Is IS years. W.
G. Macer of New York City will have
charge of the physical training of the
boys as soon as the gymnasium Is com
pleted. The boys are all grateful to Mr New
house for his kindness to them, and
Christmas night a line gold-headed rano
was prcpcnted to him. Mrs. Newhouso
wasalso presented with a large box of
Those who assisted Willis Brown in re
ceiving last night were Mrs. George C.
Moore and daughter. Mrs. C. II. McMa
hori. Mrs. Hugh Park. Mrs. Helen Mon
roe. Mrs. Willis Brown. Mrs. VPeter Slmp
kln, Mr. Charles B. Hahn and Mr. Parsons.
NEGROES IN BATTLE
Tight of Drunken Black Men in Kansas
City Besults Seriously.
KANSAS CITY. Dec. 25 Fifty negroes
engaged In a drunken tight at Seventh
and Washington streets in this city to
dav, using clubs, knives nnd stones, and
besides the Injuries sustained by the par
ticipants, which consisted of broken heads
and severe bruises, a policeman and some
spectators were hurt.
Patrolman A. B. Larabee arrived on the
scene just as S. K Johnson, a negro, was
In the act of striking another negro with
a baseball bat. Larnbee Interfered and
Johnson knocked the officer down with
the bat and was about to strike him
again, when James Hully (white), a bar
tender In a near-by saloon, struck John
son with a stone and knocked him sense
less. James C. Marlcol, a white man.
was witnessing the fight and was struck
in the head with a stone and severely
hurt. All the windows In the stables of
the American Express company were
broken. Johnson and a number of other
negroes were arrested
FARMER FINDS $500
Kansas Man Chopping Kindling Dis
covers Money Between Boards.
DERBY Kan., Dec. 25. Ben Bannon.
a farmer living near Derby, found $500 In
bills nailed tightly between two old
boards which he was chopping Into kin
Bills amounting to $2P0 were mutilated
so that thev had to be shipped to tho
Treasury department In Washington for
Identification. The balance of the money
was In good condition.
Woman Celebrating With Rovolver Is
Accidentally Fatally Wounded.
, ATLANTA, Ga.. Dec. 25. Miss Tymena
R Freeman and her uncle, E. S. I,arrl
more. were discharging blnnk cartridges
this morning In celebration of the day.
These being exhausted, they secured
loaded cartridges. In tiring one of these.
Miss Freeman was accidentally shot,
dying from her wounds this afternoon.
Marie Ford, aged 8, died this morning
from burns received while playing around
a Christmas tree on Christmas eve.
MUCH COAL LOST
Fire Destroys Present Stock of Road
at Pierre, S. D.
PIERRE. S. "D.. Dec. 25. The coal
house of the Northwestern railroad, with
all railroad coal on hand, was totally de
stroyed by tire starting from the ex
plosion of a lantern this evening. This
will cripple operations for a few days
until a new coal supply can be secured
Although the money loss Is not great, the
present coal shortage over this entire ter
ritory makes the loss rather a serious
Church Forcibly Closed.
PARIS. Dec. 25. The first- Instance of
the closing of a church under the separa
tion law has occurred at Azay Sur Indrc,
where the Mayor. In writing, ordered the
cure to leave both tho presbytery and
the church edifice, which lie declared the
communal authorities would take over, in
pursuance of the law. The cure conse
quently quitted the edifice, which was
Ready for Big Game.
CHICAGO. Dec. 25. The Chicago North
Division Hlghschool football team left
here tonight for Seattle, where they will
play the Seattle Hlghschool learn New
Year's day. The thirteen players who
will make the journey to the Pacific coast
are In the best of condition and are pre
pared to play the game of their lives.
DieH From Injuries.
WAHALAK. Miss., Dec. 25. The con
ductor, Robert Harrison, of the Mobile &
Ohio railroad, who was nmbushed .and
seriously wounded by a negro last night,
1 died today. - . -
THHEE DEAD; F81 HURT
If! CMUHIE HOT
Guards ami Strikers Clash at
Sturgis.'Ky.: Many Shots
OWENSBORO. K.v.. Dec. 23. Three
men were killed and four wounded In a
battle Inte last night between guards em
ployed by the West Kentucky Coal com
pany at Sturgls. Union county, and strik
ing miners at that place.
C. J. DOUGHERTY, mine guard.
BILLY MALLERY miner.
WILL GRAY, miner.
L. I. MOORE, mine guard, four wounds;
SAM BARNEBY. miner; dying.
WILLIAM GOCH. Phot In the aim.
HENRY DELANEY, miner, shot In the
Tho fight occurred In a downtown street
Psace and Happiness to the hearts
of men and womenf we wish In
abundanco to nil of our customers
and friends. May your Christ
mas be a merry one, and your
New Year filled with the blessings
and Joys of life.
UTAH SAVINGS AND TRUST
No. 1G0 Main street.
The bank that pays 1 per cent.
about one mile from the mine, but Just
what precipitated the light Is not known.
About twenty-five shots were exchanged.
The members of the Miners' union have
been on strike for the last year. The
coal company has been working non
union men under guards almost constant
ly, and serious trouble has been long
expected. Tho fight occurred In front
of a billiard parlor.
Looks Like Suicide.
NEW YORK. Dec 25. Nell Florence,
an actor 4f years old. was found dead In
his room at a lardlng-house In West
Twenty-third street today. The apart
ment was filled with Illuminating gas.
which was escaping from two open Jets.
My Genuine Oil Sale
I Continues Every r
9 ' DeTMWeek :
It will pay you to come in. j
Clothes of this quality were never 1 1
sold cheaper. j
j 1 1 : H
During tho past ten days, we have received 100 case3 G. f
j H, Muinm Champagne, 40 cases White Seal Champagne, 110 5
cases Cliquot Champagne, 15 casos Pommery Champagne. i
When this arrived, we had about 100 cases of Champagne on
i hand. Send in yo.n- orders; we can fill thorn promptly.
I REE GEE, & LINDLEY, j
"The Whisky Merchants. ' '
Photo - thcropy i
The Greatest Dragless
Treatment In the World
Can at Our (What PhoSo-lhcrapy Is
S It Will Do
a Few Words (xhe Reasw Why
H The science of Photo -therapy, as practiced at the Salt Lako Medical g
I Institute is attracting' widespread attention throughout tho West, especially H
I throughout the intcrmountain districts. There is scarcely a town of any h
i consequence in the States of Utah. Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, Idaho or U
B Colorado but has one or more patients, who can testify to the marvelous I
S cures brought about by Thoto-therapy science. Theso encourngsng results j
from our ceaseless efforts to reach tho afflicted people of the West are
I alone responsible for the rapid development and growth of Photo-thrapy. !
gj We came to Utah more than sixteen years ago. and later settled in Salt j
I Lake City, knowing it to bo a good field to practice our chosen profession, i
To show the people THAT WE WERE NOT FAKIRS, and meant business, ;
9 wo purchased our homos here and beenmo taxpayers and citizens of the j
I city. Until February, 190G. when we introduced Photo-therapy, the science
H was practically unknowu in this part of tho country. Wc resorted to nd-
ivertising in the local papers, telling tho people what this wonderful science
was, and people commenced coming to us who had been ailing for
years and were unable to get any relief from any mode of treatment, jj
and were cured in a few short weeks through this wonderful scienco
of curing diseases without drugs or knives. Such marvelous cures as
these are what has built up such a reputation for Photo-therapy in this j
vicinity. After nearly twelve months'' advertising wo can refer you to
hundreds of cases which have been cured by Photo-therapy. Tt is human
j nature for people to be skeptical of ain'thing new, but, ONE MUST BE-
LI EVE HIS OWN EYES. If you could spend one hour any afternoon i
j in our ofiiccs, you would be convinced of the marvelous cures wc are I
making. We can do the same for 3-011. If you have tried everything
! under the sun and have been unable to get relief, do not despair, for
there is still hope. Throw awa3 those drugs that have killod more people j
than tho largest wars, and do not submit to an operation, a useless opera- i
H tion, because you have the money (AND THE SURGEON NEEDS IT),
I but let nature have a chance at 3'ou. Nature is the grandest of all doctors.
and if given a chance will bring you out all right. AND WHAT WE jj
CLAIM FOR PHOTO-THERAPY IS THIS: It will allow nature to per- 1
form her natural functions. Study well this one point, and you will j
admit that our claim is worthy of careful investigation. Jf you try ;
Photo-therapy, you will be astonished at the quick results. Some people
have been cured with one treatment, others in a week, and again some
require more treatments, but, no matter what chronic troubles, or how
long standing, it must finally yield to this marvelous science of Photo- j
therapy. Wc will bn pleased at all times to havo 3-011 call and let us
explain the principles of Photo-therap3 to you. We charge nothing for 1
diagnosing 3-our troubles, nor for an examination, and we will show 3011
the cause of .your trouble so that you will be convinced beyond a doubt. '
We arc located at Ijfl'fc South Main street, between Ihe Tribune and
Herald buildings. Office hours: 0 a. rn. to 5 p. m., and evonings, 7 lo
8:30. Sundays, i) a. m. to. 12 noon. For the accommodation of the ladies j
wc have a lady attendant.
THE LATEST! I
The Ideal Xmas
Present for Him
Toilet Articles, Etc., Etc.
Too busy to write more
Meeting Place for Theater
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
or Innntamtlon or Catarrh
1 the Bladder and DlneaueJ
:idn8ji. NO CUHE NO PAY.
lores Quickly and permit
ontly th worat casos of
Jonorrhoea -.nd Gleet,
0 raattorc'f bow long stand
iff. Absolutely harmless,
or by mall, postpaid, $1.00,
thraa boxes $2.76.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN 00
JP. J. Hill Drug Co., Salt Lake Oity.
Reporters, Commercial Sten
ographers and Advertising.
S&od for prospaetai of our Training Do
pertaorrt. . attmosraphlo Bureau.
T. S. PENDEEGRABS, Manner.
Q24 Dooly Blooh.
j$&iM MEN AND WOMEN.
Vvj Bjp'ljOBKPaa TJioDlgOfornnBatntl
JBhwr 1 u B dliohrcllnflnaitonf,
gWm G-rK4 W IrrtUtlos or ulcflrttlons
eo i muun. cf tanoous mernbrni.
tw5L,?,'t?.u,t PIal". and not trln.
KVDTHI tViKS OlIENIMlCO. en or polioaoas.
0IX3imP,6.EaR$ Sold hT SrnzcUtx,
fll 0. B. i. 2sSr ,,nt 'n pli'a -ripper,
VWEh1t!-fW$jW by xprn, irop1d. for
VSSKWQI 81.00. or Shot tlett; 75.
klE h Clroulr nnt on request.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL OOMPANT,
Wholosale and Retail
250 Main Btreot, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Hlph crade and medium, eauy payments
oue prloa ouly. caab reduction; Mtll
mates on piano repairing without cot:
we do ranting and tuning. ,
NBW YORK & -WESTERN PIANO CO
No. K Mm hat 8L, Bear Pout Ofaca.
McCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
J. E. COSGRIFF, H. P. CLARK,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
with Enterprise. A
J. J. Daly. W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents.
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND
WM. F. ARMSTRONG, President.
BYRON GROO, Cashier.
Commercial banking In all Its branches.
Four per cent Interest on savings deposits.
DBSBRBT NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000; Surplus, $250,000.
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
Pald-Up Capital, $10,000; Surplus,
$50,000. Special attention given to tho
collection of rents, payment of taxes,
and the care of property for non-rosl-dents.
251 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
R. G. DUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Idaho. Nevada. Utah and Wyoming.
Office In Pronress bldg., Salt Lake City.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 180 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST,
Absorbed the Salt Lake branch of Wells
Fargo &. Co.'s bank.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued,
available In all parts of the world.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT,
NATIONAL BANK OF THE
A thoroughly modern savings depart
ment conducted In connection' with this
Safo deposit boxes for rent.
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vice-President
W, F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN, $300,000.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
153 MAIN ST.
Eastern Office Grand Rapids, Mich.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT
From $500 to $100,000 on Choice Inside
City Real Estate, and on Improved
Farms In Vicinity.
Lowest Rates. Moct Favorable Terms.
Real Ectate Mortgages Bought and Sold;
Also high class Stocks and Bonds.
Star Consolidated Mining company;
principal place of business, Sail Lake
City. Utah. Notice. Thoro arc delin
quent upon the following; described stock,
on account of Assi'ssment No. A of three
(3) cents per share, levied on the 17th
da or November, 1G00, the several
Amount h pet opposite the names of tho
respective shareholders, as follows:
No. Name. Shares. Amt.
1330 U. VT. Armstrong 1"0 5 4.50
1888 W J. Browning 23 .Gj)
2010 W J. Browning 21 .72
.1721 H. V. Doschor 24 .72
2fiC0 A. C. Ellis 59 1.77
903 Timothy Egan 24 .72
19U--W. II, Farnsworth 100 3.00
2111 -W H. Fnrnsworth 24 72
2113--W. II. Fnrnsworth 100 3.00
2115 -W. II. Farnsworth 24 .72
2979-"V. II. Fnnrsworth 100 3.00
1SS1 Hudsons Sons & Co .. 26 .78
uu iiiuaujiB ounn cc u ... fO .1.1
! 13DC W. H. Irvine & Co 100 3.00
2fiS2 F D. Kimball 400 12.00
ZfiSl F D. Kimball 2G .78
I I0S V. J. Lawrence 07 2.01
214G Chilean V. Packanl ... 04 1.92
1103 D. H. Pcory, Jr 25 .75
149GTJ. II. Peery. Jr 100 3.00
1497 D. H. Pcerv, Jr 100 3-00
1705 D II. Peery. Jr 08 2. 04
ICS" M. S. Pendergnst 6G 10S
1737 -M. S. Pendergasl 2G ,78
1312 -M. S. I'ondcrgafst 27 .Si
535 Sheets & Thompson ... 23 .09
Gil Sheets & Thompson ... 02 l.SG
1016 Sheets & Thompson ... 25 - .75
1203 SheetH & Thompson ... 100 3.00
1214 Sheets & Thompson . . 21 .72
1233 Sheets & Thompson ... Of, 1 .98
1234 .Sheets & Thompson ... 21 .72
1238 Sheets & Thompson ... 21 .72
1538 J. B. Thompson 100 3.00
1554 J. H. Thompson 49 1.17
1591 R. G V00lley, Jr 07 2.01
2S74 Milan Packard 500 15.00
2049 .lames A. Pollock & Co. 200 G.00
3159 James L. Hamilton ... 500 15 00
29S3 If. B. Cole 500 15 00
31 OS A . 3. Campbell 500 15.00
i 2234 Frank Browning SO 2.40
2438 P. Bents 500 15.00
3001 -A. H. Clark 352 10. 50
3002 W. H. CInrk 150 4. OS
2070 Deal Bros. Menden-
liall . . .. 553 -17 79
075 W. W. Funge, Jr 155 4.74
676 -.V. V. Funge. Jr 51 1.53
915 W. W. Funge, Jr SI 2.43 1
31S3 B. 1j. Hall 376 11. 2S
1115 W. V. Rice 500 IB 00
1116 W. V. Itlce 500 15 00
1117 W. V. nice 500 15.00
3190 AV. V. Bice 1000 30.00
3191 W. V. Bice 1000 30.00
22GS II. T. Reynolds 21 .63
2731 A. J. Shores 500 15 00
2S06 A. J. Shores 500 15.00
OS J M. Wheeler 22 .66
125 Geo. Y Wallace 1000 30.00
3152 B. M. "West 500 15.00
2626 B. A Smith 1000 30-00
2627 B. A. Smith 1000 30.00
2031 E A. Smith 400 12.00
2810 W. II. Grant 2000 60.00
2S18 E. W. Brown '...1000 30.00
2819 B. W. Brown 1000 30.00
3262 C M. Freed 500 15.00
3030 Tim Smith 1300 39.00
3188 W. M. Hnvenor 500 15.00
n1)? TV AT Hiirnnnr mrt 3 fid
3235 Win. Geo. Vaughn .... 781 23.45
3104 J. W. Haffleld 500 15. QO
31S4 J. "W. Hatfield 400 12.00
3214 S. C. Baldwin 500 15.00
3215- -S. C. Baldwin 51 1.53
3200 E. M, West 500 15.00
3278 The Brokerage &. Fl-
nance Co 200 0.00
: 2528 H. S- Anderson 500 15.00
! 476 Richard H Browne .... 56 l'.CS
315 Dr. Saml. I.. Brick .... 100 3.00
37C Herman Berg 22 .00,
i 2491 M. W. Bird 2S0 S.40
! 847 W. B. Booth 500 15.00
3270 D. E. Burley COO 15.00
72G P. J. Conway 21 .63
544 R. L. Colburn 22 .66
618 F. I. Cairns 164 4 92
2480 Henry Carmlchael 105 4 95
774 Geo. F. Carpenter 23 .09
1523 A. C Campbell 22 .66
2165 J. M. Calderwood 22 .66
8SG A. S. Day. trustee .... 165 4.95
1212 S. M. Davis 108 3.24
1075 Alex Dunn 23 .69
2288 Wm. II. Dodge 22 .66
2451 S. M. Estabrook 100 3.00
2283 Mrs. W. S. Ferris S4 2.52
2452 T. D. Fenton 107 5.01
645 Ralph Guthrie 52 1.71
2617 E. A. Hartensteln ...... 100 3.00
552 Win. H. Harris 22 .66
r 2511 Hanna Herman 100 t3.00
2937 A. Herman 500 15.00
273 Marv A R Jenklnson 100 3.00
9S6 Frederick Keller 21 .63
1038 Lawrence & DInwoodey. 22 .66
2629 Lottie Martin 100 3.00
2530 Lottie Martin 100 3.00
2192 Wm T. Mauldln 22 .66
2193 Wm. T. Mauldln 22 .65
1773 Henry Newell 22 .06
1775 Henry N'owell 22 .06
2122 Fred Ij. Neville 22 .66
969 Jas. Oakley 37 1.11
3209 Jos. Oberndorfer 100 3.00
3210 Job. Oberndorfer 100 3.00
2443 Charles Read 100 3.00
1100 W W. Rogers 23 ,69
489 Allen T- Sanford 23 .69
474W. G. M Steward 200 6.00
2497 H. J. Smith 105 3.15
2071 Elizabeth W. Snyder .. GO 1.30
2091 Geo. J. Spencer 23 .09
165 C. K. Urquhart 57 1.71
214 "Lester Wallnck 32 .00
306G G. S. Woods 161 4.92
2180 Elenora Wallack 21 .63
2957 Bert Bertson 200 6.00
29S0 C. H. Goodsell 100 3.00
301G Mrs. Jno. McChrystal .. 200 G.00
3031 J. C. Adamson 300 9.00
3133 Fred P. Noyes ........ 67 2.01
3143 John Mullln . . SI 2.43
3163 Wm. H. Folland 00 1.80
And in accordance with tho law and or
der of the board of directors, made on
tho 17th day of November. 190G, so many
shares of each parcel of stock as may bo
necessary will be sold at public auction,
at the office of the secretary, at No. 32
South Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah,
Wednesday, the 9th day of January, 1907,
at 3 p m., to pay the delinquent assess
ment thereon, together with costs of ad
vertising and expense of sale
W. J. BATEMAN. Secretary.
First publication December 23. 1906.
ASSESSMENT NO. 23.
Wabash Mining Company, principal
place of business, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice' Is hereby given that nt a meet
ing of the Board of Directors, hold on the
12th day of December, l.OOG. an assess
ment of five cents (5c) per share was
levied on tho capital stock of the corpo
ration, payable on or before the 12th day
of January, 1907, to W. Mont Ferry, sec
retary, at room 520, Atlas block, West
Second South street, Salt Lako City.
Utah. Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on tho 12th
dnv of January, 1907. will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment Is made before, will
bo sold on the 2nd day of Fobruary. 1907.
to1 pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale.
W. MONT FERRY. Secretary.
Location of offices. No. 520-522 Atlas
Block. Salt Lake City. Utah. H204
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Schramm, Charles Van DyUe and God
ttta Drue coacDy,
pate bodies of the A. tifft
Masonry hold stated mtJj
Thursday In each montitf?,
Temple, corner 1st So.Q?1'
Joumlng brethren I.nvluE
Joseph G, BvwatE
W. M, Joidan Lodge of jCf
w t T 3' P- Park' -fS.
w. M. James Lowe ChaffiH
No. 1,75 1
C. W. Moi-hc. KM.
Commander of Salt LnlaiS;
H. N. Mayo,
M. of k. Utah Con
Resistor of all tVff
T and A. M.-fe
$ First South sl
ti.,r -PSseB and sojoui-jSs1
C. Phillips. Secrctarj-. mJ
WASATCH LODGE NCI
.TMn.s,on,c "all. ec5
month. Mornbcrs 0f saT
fturni5 brethren in gM
ed. Harris Wall GrtfftlJ
EL KALAH TEMPLE1
S. Third Wednesday?5?
Masonic hall. at 8 p. 1 r&J
Journlng Invited. J Mi
tate; W. L. Barnes, RcSg
MT. MOR1AFI LODGE W
M.Masonlc hall, sec
month, corner First s5t
East. Members of slstSii
journlng members In tcSt
Phcr Dlehl. Secretary. tf
UTAH CHAPTER Nofi
Stated convocation flfei
each month at MasonicI
East and First South ntl
cordially invited. E. yl
P ; Moses Cm'P g
ft. jg ' Order
veCXL ln?s first I
gg Visiting rnjf
Sf. a cordial wtff
W King, W.JJ&
&v JQ Order Ifi
V$ Stated mcJ
Jev day ench nj
iH 'i l temple, corl
W and Flrstjffi,
'Jr members sS
Lllla E. TJJ
Flora E. SYg.
Independent Order oflj!':
FIDELITY LODGE NOW
Meuts oven' Wodnes1?
o'clock, I. O. O, F. Tempi'
come. C. E. Thornton.
I. O. O. F. TEMPLE
Subordinate lodges m&u
Snlt Lake lodge No. i2
Enterprise lodge No. 'ljj
NAOMI REBEKAH t
Meets every second arid
evenings of each month i;
Tcmplo. Market strcet.jS
JORDAN LODGE NO.iW
Meets every Mondayi
F. Temple, visitors lnvl
Donald, N. G. ; W. T.J
Knights of PR
Every Monday, IC of8J
N. W. SONNEDECKERif
: LINCOLN LODGE Nd!
mcete every SaturtlKX
o"clock. K. of P. hall.lr
Every Thursday evenl
KNIGHTS OF THEifl
Salt Lake City Tei
Thursday. I. O. O. En
meets every WeilnesW
O. O. F. hall. Market MX
Sir Knights cordially
LADIES OF THE MAf
Lake City hive No. 41
and third Monday, S
Salt Lako aarle No.Jr
8 p. m.. K. of P. hall.
ROYAL ARCANUM S
Second and fourth
nlngs block. C. K. Srall
Jones. Secretary. tfg;
FR AT ERNAL UNIONJg j
Evorgrcen lodge No7&
and fourth Mondays atff
S. Chalker. Secretnry.'gjl
FORESTERS OF sl
first and third Wednefc
Knights of Columbus k
1st South. C. B. Whiqj
Woodmen of iJj
every Tuesday, S o'Jj
F. hall. 4H
MRS. SJOBEUG, SW3
424 Pearl avenue.
Take Waterloo car. lpo
MRS. E. C. GALLOWfJ
massage and uatuqw
lng, from 9 am. tol
35S S. W. Temple. InajK
Notice Is hereby gi'g
meeting of the Bfcft;
No - U - Dont Mining
corporation of UtaijKl
at the office of Brad&
Alias block. West S
Salt Lake City, UtAhfto
1906, at 4 o'clock Pafc
tho purpose of conaB1
upon tho proposltionm
tho stockholders so dt;
lng, the articles of .injj.
company In the follom
(l; Changing the afj
poratlon to Duluth
C) providing that tlin
rectors of the corpora
of not less than thret
seven directors; and m
(3) Increasing the etc;
corporation to JSOO.OOOSt
Hie number of shares!
corporation to 50.00ff,
Mhares shall be of theaJ
of $10.00 each. US
Also for the purpo"l
rectors of the companlfc
In the Board. By. Orii
Secretary of tho "jJJ
company, , "Wm
Office 507 McCornlcBgL
City. Utah. Mm
OFFICE CHIEF Qflt;
Denver, Colo., lJelt
Sealed proposals In trim
usual conditions, wIUJW
and nt office of post ql
til 11 a. m.. Januao' 24JJI
lng at Ft. Douglas. I ta
wheat bran. 130.000 po
35.000 pounds of strawy
year ending June 30. 1
quantities less than th
or for delivery at poinfl
one .named, will be em
reserves the right to a
or nil bids or any patfl
matlon furnished on al
at office of post nuar
lopes to be marked
at Fort Douglas. C''JL"
Chief Q. M- 3
Tho Daly-Judgo MljL
corporation of New JejK
nary 12th. If 07. pay VJK
dividend of 3u cents
registered owners of IJH
shown by the books om
Decmbor 31st. 195-B
tuiii.sfer books will bm
01-t, 1906. and remalnm
uary 14th. 1907. MM
By order of the Boajftt