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IIP II 12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1908. , . I ,
!!' ;; , Millard, Beaver and Iron Coun-
M , ' ties Considered Available
K ; for the Work.
M fi MAY BECOME GREAT
M: WHEAT-PRODUCIXG BELT
ii Should Project Prove Feasible,
I " One Million Acres Can Be
V j 'in southern Utah a project is beine
' II j ' investigated which if consummated will
w S j bring 1,000,000 acres into the realm of
-Mi. agriculture and provide homes for G000
mi ; homesteaders. The counties of Millard,
Ml i ; Beaver and Iron nlYord this opportunity,
M p.j according to, a practical man who has
ill pjj investigated the possibilities of that re-
If I gion, and he declares that it should be-
m . come one of the great wheat producing
? 1 j bolts of the West. The bed of old Lake
f I iiBonneville includes much of the land.
: Jl j. i ,j 'and there verdure is plentiful. Through
j jihis section of country there are a uuni-
" 11 f fl -ber of valleys, and the average rainfall
'm W luring each of the past three years has
;iB .' ih been fourteen inches. It is probable;
' Mil li ' ihnt r-" faf'"'"" might bo followed, but
itjl I (there is llowing water at. Alii lord, not
Ktifll II !U' fl's'''1"1- nnd surface water all over
Mlt'i Who bottom of the old lake. Thus ar-
irt. 'i 1 'tesian wells might atYord a supply, or
111 -water could be brought to the land by
M -pumping it a reasonable distnncc. and
: Jll V xhis would make provision for garden
;U A and' ilomesric purposes,
i ll' -'j Railroad Traverses Region.
; V ,z ' ' The Salt Lake Route" traverses the
, iTegion the entire' distance, at sonic
points cutting almost directly through
j 'the center of the Jand, so that trans
H t,, .'portation facilities are at hand.
. If ,L .J. II. Burtner. district freight and'
if II !' passenger agent, has communicated with
I III ! Professor Vidstoe. president of the A:-
E Jl j ;r , irictilturnl college at Logan, to ascertain
J I ' his views of the project, but a reply has
I i s J not yet been received.
I i Should the project prove feasible,
if.: thousands of pamphlets descriptive of
. ; m the country will be published and scat-
i J tercd broadcast throughout the country.
3 ; The Beaver Jrrigaiion company has
,; j' ,It already an extensive project, under way
' ;W ill in Beaver county under the Carey aA.
If ' ST. PAUL FINED S1000 FOR
VIOLATING BIGHT-HOUR LAW
A MILWAUKEE, June 17. For violating
' the- eight-hour law. the Chicago. Milwau-
tfj kec it St. Paul Railroad company must
if- jiay to tlie State a litu of 1000 and $50
11 additional costs, according to the judg-
fl Tnent entered by .lodge Warren in the
Jhy Taxrent case today, on motion of Attor-
M ney-Genornl I L. Gilbert,
jl The action, which was a test case on
4 thd part of the railroad company. In-
J valved the working .overtime of a tele-
JL. graph operator at a way station. The
Li case will 1)0 now appealed to the Supreme
ft court and taken to the United States
ill 9 CLOSE ARGUMENTS IN
j Jj COAL TRANSPORTATION CASE
m I ' PHILADELPHIA,' June IT. Attorney-
II f .' General Bonnparte. for the government,
II , and John. G. Johnson or Philadelphia, rep-
i 1 resenting the various railroads Involved,
jl :! .closed the arguments in the suit today of
Ml i the government 10 restrain railroads from I
jSJ I It i transporting coal from mines in which
A !; they are ilnanclally interested in Penn-
jJI ' t ' sylvan ia to points outside the State.
XJ j When the court opened today. Robert
It , A'. Deforest of New York resumed his
9 j 1 .argument, begun yesterday. In defense of
l ihe i-allroad companies. He spoke of th;
llo practical effects of the liuv, if constitu-
1 ! j tional.
II' J I :TWO RAILROADS OMIT
i'jf ijf SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND
I f 2sEW YORK. .lunr IT. Directors of the
i :,j Loke Erie & Western Railroad company
j ' today omitted the seml-annunl dividend
j Iff ,on tho company's preferred stock. The
' last semi-annual dividend paid was 2
; (i Per cent.
' b JL Directors of the Cleveland. Cincinnati.
I I f j Chicago & St. Louis Railway company
r j . today omitted the semi-annual dividend
' I! f ;on the common stock. .A year ago 2 per
I j cent was declared and six months ago 1
. il . j per cent.
! 1 PREPARATIONS FOE
' THE BIG DAY'S DOINGS
I! So that the llarrlman employees can
If'i participate in the V. C. T. and Eagles'
I lij demonstration today the offices and
fit freight warehouses of the Oregon Short
Line will close at noon and will remain
J , open on Saturday afternoon.
Information to hand at the Rio Grande ;
offices In this city is to tho effect that
. i Utah county will send a delegation 1000
i strong today for the Eagles, 500 from
y H Sanpete county. 1000 from Rlngliam, and
t J 1 irom Ogden and other northern points
j 2000 Eagles and Travelers, their wives, I
.. sweethearts and friends. will ittvnde j
y m, R- E. Hunt, superintendent of car ser- j
f. vice of tho street railway company, has I
) W made special iirovlsion for the handling ;
f 11: of the service and a uniformed inspector i
il will ho at the principal centers to ban- I
, IL die the traffic.
II 1 TownscHffs !;
I ;i 1 Glace Fruits j I
Hull 1 - 1
111 1 $ c delightful confec- $
Ijiit, c lion one, two and
!M jr: three-pound boxes.
'Ml I 75c-the pound. t
I' t tr The boxes arc of orie:-
H gjj inal burnt wood de-
!i ' signs and arc worth
hi I IS keeping.
H ' I WHERE THE OARS STOP, i !
! $ Wc won't substitute. 5
HISTORY OF TIE WHITE HOUSE
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u 81- I 'It JSm - These books are profusely illustrated
II Pww'ffl-i ' tfM' i -Kl wth beautiful interior and exterior views
II B'ft 'Jht'l Mffm of ,l,e While House, showing pictures of
u Cl&ti ' W ';M iSPi '-"-fflJ t,,e presidents and ladles who havo pre
I w rE&&M vWK sdcd during tho various presidential ad-
" . i ministrations specially featuring tho per-
M. 'Imwi v sonal characteristics of the Indies, and
Or xli ' ' containing many beautiful traditions of
rv - interest to the population of our whole
N.aQTrv ' '. "tK country, which aro not now generally
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MRS JAMES MONROE volumes will he sent you by mall. Mention
PRESIDENT JAMES MONROE. this paper.
THE BROWN SHOE CO., St.. Louis, Mo., TJ. S. A.
CHARGE il IMPORT
SI EXPORT MIES,
Through Tariff From Seaboard
lo Pacific lo Be Canceled j
Supposedly, because tho interstate
commerce commission ruled that, begin
ning .Inly 1 inland and through rates on
import and export traffic, between the
seaboard and the Pacific const, must bo
shown in published tariffs of the rail
roads, all such through rates will bo
canceled by the railroads on June 'M).
Notice 'to this effect has boon filed with
the commission, and il. applies to both
European and Asiatic "commerce.
In lieu of the former practice only
proportionate rates to and from the
coast will be published, the schedule for j
which is being worked out, and has been
considered by the transcontinental
freight bureau at its meeting in Chi
This is something the commission has
long sought, to bnug about. The rail
roads were given ample opportunity to
work it out t hansel vps. Whether their
seeming efforts to do this have been sin
cere or mere tempori.rng pretense can
not be st.'itcd. Thoy claim to have been
at the mercy of the steamship com
panies both ways, and with the lluctua
tion in ocean rates to have had no al
ternative but to accept and divide what
was left after the water lines had de
ducted what thov were pleased to ar
bitrarily fix as tneir share.
The rail carriers profess to be more
pleased with tho now condition result
ing from the order of the commission.
Some trailic managers have protested
against the ruling on the ground that
it would destroy their export, and hn
por: busiuess, the reason assigned being
that publicity as to what thoy receive as
their proportion of tho through rales
would cause domestic shippers to de
mand that their freight charges on like
hauls be the same.
This is just the point, probably, that
the commission has in mind, in trying to
effect more equitable conditions, espe
cially on imports. While possibly there
may not have been rate manipulations j
between the rail and steamship lines. (
the commission for years has been i
deluged with bitter complaints from
American manufacturers that they
could not successfully compete with the !
foreign trade because they had to pay
a higher domestic freight. Under the
through rates, of which nothing could
bo learned as to their proportional di-
vision, tho foreigners have been able to
undersell American manufacturers in
The following companies filed articles
of Incorporation In tin- office of the Sec
rotary of State, "Wednesday:
Electric Supply and Fixture companv of
Osdcn; capital stock $10,009. in shares
valued at $1; officers: R W. N'icol. presi
dent: A. T. Wright, vice-president; D.
C. ICocles, treasurer; C. J. Hunipbrls,
I'ncle Josso Minlnc: and Milling com
pany of American Fork; capital flock.
S50.000, In shares worth f cents; officers:
Peter C. Adamson. president; .lohn C.
Adanif-on, vlco-preuldeut ; .1. R. Dennett,
secretary and treasurer. The company
owns the L'ncle .lsse group of seven
claims, in American Fork canyon.
; The Glenwood Park Amusement com
pany, which will do business at Cudon.
tiled arliclrs in th; offire of tho County
Clerk. The company is capitalized for
-55000 in shares worth $11). and the offi
cers are as follows: Alax Bamberger,
president: Jacob Bertrerninn. vice-president:
William E. Sutherland, secretary
ANNUAL C0XVKXTI0.V OF
, V0UXG PEOPLE'S UXIOX
Following Is thn programme for the an
nual convention of the Younpr People's
Christian I'nlon of '."tab. which Is to ho
held at the Central Christian church' Fri
day: Morning S:S0. song service; 0:50. devo
tional. Georgf T). Mntccr; 10:10. address
of welcome. Rev. I. It. Bowermnn: lO.'Jo,
piv-sldi-nt's address, C. IS. Marks; 10:40.
Christian Kiidcavor .school, eonduet'-d by
Rev. C- Wcndllng Hastings: "Some Quali
ties of a Oood Member." Miss Rdlth
Sherman", "The Members' Attitude
Toward Officers." Remvlrt: McNle"o.
"The Member and His Pkif. on Commlt
tcet!,, C. II. VIsHkm-; "The Member as
a Student of Methods." ITvruni V. Synde
1 gnrd; "The Relation of the Mcmhor to
j Other Organizations In the Church," Rev.
C. Wendllng Hastings,
i Afternoon 2:00. song service: 2:15, mls
I slons. conducted by L. H. Page- "The
"Possibilities of Christian Endeavor
Work Among tho Jannnese." Masasuke A.
Kobnyashl; "Some Thoughts on Mission
Study," Horner IJ. Holstngton; "The
Needs and Opportunities in Mission
Iands" (Asia). JUss Fannie M. Thome;
"Th' Needs and Opportunities in Mission
Lnnds ' (Africa). Mrs. Gertrude AI. Cor
liss: 3:10. "Present Day Demand for En
larged Endeavor Activity," Rev. Charles
Curtis Mclntyre. 1:110, Junior rally, con
ducted by Miss Sylvia Woodmansce; I.IS.
"State Prison Christian "Endeavor." It. J.
Jcssup; 4:2r, business session.
Evening 7 HO, song Kervlce, Scripture
reading, and prayer; 8:00, convention ser
mon. Rev. J. C. .Smith.
j BICYCLE EXCURSION
To Ogden, ilune 20. via Oregon Short
! Ime. Eound trip $1.00. Train at (!:")
i n. m special returning at 11 p. m. Good
I list of events.
SEE US NOW ABOUT
i You want the best. Wo have the
goods and the workmen. Wowill do
your painting, too. W. A. Duvall, 110
W. 2nd South. Both phouca.
I AMUSEMENTS j
f IN SALT LAKE THEATERS.
' ORPHEUM THEATER "Two
r Men and a Girl.- by the Or-
J- pheum Stock company. Even- J
I lng. S.-15. i
I 4- GRAND THEATER "Living Pic-
i lures." shown bv the Aelograph. -r
Matinee, 2:30. Evening, S:30.
j L.VRIC THEATER Gloving Pic
J turcs, by tho Camera phone.
Matinee, 2:15. Evening. S:15. y
i J .,.., . . . .,.. .;. . . T
I The new place of amusement, known
as Whitney Hall. Just roniplolcd at a
cost of 530,000, will be opened to the pub
lic with a dramatic and operatic enter
tainment next Monday and Tuesday oven- i
j lugs. Messrs. Spencer, Pyper and Ensign, i
and Miss Hazel Taylor of the Salt Lake
Opera company will appear, aided bv
Alex Campbell. Miss Vlda Fox. Miss
Hazel Barnes. George W. Pyper. Elsie
Green, and several others. Arthur Sheperd
ailing as dl-ctnr of music. A dra
ma, entitled "The Eleventh Hour."
and the comic opera, "The Crimson Scarf." i
will form the bill. The house has a
seating capacity of G00. and new scencrv '
will be provided for the opening events. ,
Starting from a fact of apparedt In
significance, yet to the student of man
kind the most pregnant faet in the world I
"The Thief," which Charles Frohman
will present at the. Salt Lake Theater
tonight for a run of only three perform
ances. Is another Instance of the trngedv
thai lies In the every-dny aspect of life
Henri Bernstein's success In "The. Thief"
consists not so much in his masterly
development of an ingenious plot or the
delineation of striking typos, as in seiz
ing upon this apparently insignificant fact
and Impressing upon the spectator all Its
hltherio unsuspected significance. The
fact was always there, but no one had
caught its meaning before Bernstein had
transformed It Into a great, thrilling, ab
sorbing story of every man s and every
woman's life by the magic of his art.
Something more than mere theatrical
cunning has given the stage the plav of
"The Thief." Its source is n fresh and
searching power of observation that Is
without parallel In the contemporary the
ater For the performance of "The
Thief" Charles- Frohman has selected a
cast of exceptionally able plnyers. headed
by Margaret llllngton. who Is assisted bv
Bruce MeRae. Edward R Mawson, Sid
ney Herbert. Leonard Ide. Cecil Owen
and Isabel Richards.
Another Hat Carnival
At MeCarlv 's. Ahv hat in the house
this week, 2. V33G So. Main, near P. O.
Century Printing Co.,
Salt Lake's printers, 365-167 South
West 'J.'einpie. Best woik at fair
Provo vs. United Com. Travelers,
Thursday, 3 p m.. Walker's field. Noth
ing like it ever soon in Utah before.
GIVES YOUNG WILLIAMS
A TWO-YEAR SENTENCE
Nick Williams, tho youthful burglar,
who recently robbed the Zlon bakorv
and lunch room on West First Soutli.
and confessed to oilier burglaries, pleaded
guilty to burglury In the second degree
when arraigned before Judge Armstrong,
in the Third District court Wednesday,
and was sentenced to two years In the
State prison. Williams Is only 20 years
NOTICE OP ASSESSMENT NO. 13.
Butler-Liberal Consolidated Mining
company. Principal place of business,
306 Auerbach building. Salt Lake City,
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, held on the Sth dav
of June, inOS,. an assessment of twj
(2) cents per share was- levied on thu
capital stock of the corporation, pnvable
Immediately to C. P. Oliver, secretary, at
the olllcc of the company. 30(5 Auerbach
huildins, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Friday. July 17,
190S, will be delinquent and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless
payment Is made before, will be sold
on Thursday, August (5. 190S. at 1:30
o'clock p in., to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
H. B. OLIVER. Secretary.'
Rainbow Mining Company of Utah.
Principal place of business, No. 3
South Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at "a meet
ing of the board of directors of the Rain
bow Mining company held on May 23.
100S. an assessment of one-eighth (i)
cent per share was levied and assessed
on tho capital stock of said 'Corporation
payable on or before July 1. lflOS, to Er
nest M Fowler, secretary and treasurer
of the company, at tho office of the com
pany. No. 32 South Main street. Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Any stock upon which said assessment
shall remain unpaid on the said 1st day
of July, lflOS, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and,
unless payment Is made- before, will be
sold on August 1, 1H0S, at 1 o'clock p. m.
of said day, to pay- the delinquent as.
!;essment thereon, together with the cost
of advertising and expense of sale.
ERNEST M. FOWLER,
Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Office. No. 32 South Main street. Salt,
Lake City. Utah. b274l'
ASSESSMENT NO. 3.
Towa. Copper Mining Company, princi
pal place of business. Salt Lako Cltv.
Notice Js hereby given that at. a meet
ing of the Board of Directors of the, Iowa
Copper Mining Company, held on the
12th day of June, 190S. an assessment of
five cents (5c) per share was levied on
Che capital stock of tho corporation, pay
able forthwith to A. M. Spooner. the
secretary of said company, at Room .I03
Auerbach Building. 1C2 Soutli Main
street. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 13th day of
July. 190S, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will " bo
.sold on tho 30th day of July. 190S. at 12
o'clock noon of snld day. at Room 403.;
Auerbach Building aforesaid, to pay the !
delinquent assessment, together with the
cost of advertising and expense of sale.
A. M. SPOONER.
Secretary of tho Iowa Copper Mining
Company, 103 Auerbach Building. Salt
Luko City, Utah. C1017
You like housework, but you DON'T like to go out
MM as an ordinary domestic isn't that it ?
MsJKiM Suppose you run 0ATcr the list of domestic help wanted in The
I Ml Tribune Classified Ads thjs morning. There are more of them than
WMf you maS"ie tllat arc not tne ordinary kind.
I rLmy a busy housewife and house-mother is looking for a
' f llc Avans 'some oue l'ke yu intelligent, reliable, well-bred, de-
ntivim pendable some one she can trust the children with, some one she can
V MMt f leave in charge in her absence and feel safe about it. That would suit
jW you perfectly, wouldn't you? And put you way above the average
Mp These women just naturalkv publish their wants in The Tribune
sf II that's what the Classified Want Columns are for. Knowing, of .
fOfiv course, that you will go there, just naturally, to look fort them.
ra 0lir uk mornhig, nnd don't be discouraged if you have
ImMMI Wh t0 kceP 011 reading the "Want Ads for a good many mornings. Ke-
(JHw r member you are not looking for an ordinary position, so it takes
ftffl J But the one you want is lhpre in THE TRIBUNE Want Col-
f umns we know because so many others have found just what they
g wanted there.
Notice '.s hereby given by the City
Council o: Salt Lake City of tho Inten
tion of such Council to make the fol
t lowing described Improvement, to wit:
To grade, and gutter nnd curb with
cement, all north nnd south streets from I
the south side of South Temple street i
to the north side of Third South street,
from Second East street to Tenth East j
sjtreet, both streets Inclusive, in Paving j
Districts Nos. 2" and L'S. and defray tho j
abutters' portion of the cost and ex
pense thereof, estimated at thirty-nine I
thousand six hundred ($39.(500.00) dollars. I
or ono and 50-100 ($1.50) dollars per
front or linear foot abutting said Im
provement, theie being 2G.100 feet of
abutting properly, by a local assessment
upon tho lots, blocks or pieces or ground
within tho following described districts,
being the districts to be affected and
benefited by said Improvement, namely;
The east side of lots 1 and S. block 7-1,
the cast side of lots 1. C 7 and 8. block
71; the east side of lots 1 and S, block 5G;
the west sldo of lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, block
73; the east side of lots 1, 6, 7 and 8.
block 73; the west side of lots 4 and 5,
block 12; the cast side of lots 1 and S,
block 72: the west sldo of lots 2. 3, -t
and 5, block 55; the east sldo of lots 1.
i', 7 and S. block 55, plat A; the west
side of lots i and 5. block 03; the east
side of lotb 1 and S, block G3; the west
side of lots 2. 3. 1 and 5, block 50; the
east side of lots 1, G, 7 and S, block 50;
the west side of lots -1 and 5, block 10;
the east side of lots 1 and 8. block 19;
the west side of lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, block
i2; the west side of lots 4 and 5. block
51; the west side of lots 2, 3. 4 and 5.
blocic IS; the cast side of lots 1, 6. 7 and
S. block GO; tho cast sldo or lots 1 and
8, block 53; tho cast side of lots 1, 6, 7
and 8, block IG; the west side of lots 4
and f. block 59; the east side of lots
l and S. block 59; tho west side of lots
2. 3. 4 and 5. block 31; the east sldo of
lots 1. fl, 7 and 8, block 51; the west side
of lots 4 and 5, block 45; tho cast side
of lots 1 and 8. block 45; the west side
of lots 2, 3. 4 and 5. block 58; tho east
side of lots 1. G. 7 and S. block 58; the
west sldo of lots I and 5, block 55; the
cast side of lots 1 and S. block 55; the
west side of lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, block It;
the east side of lots l. G, 7 and 8, block
44; tho west side of lots 4 and 5. block
57; the east side of lots 1 and 8, block
57; the west side of lots 2, 3. 4 and 5,
block 5G; the cast sldo of lots 1, G. 7 and
8, block 56; the west side of lots -1 and
5, block 43, plat 11; tho west side of lota
2. 3. 4 and 5, block 36. and the west side
of lots 4 and 5, block 29. plat F. iSalt
Lake City survey.
The total cost of said lniprovement Is
estimated at forty-five thousand five
hundred and eighty (J45.5S0.00) dollars,
of which sum the city's portion Is five
thousand nine hundred and eighty
(5950.00) dollars. leaving thirty-nine
thousand six hundred ($39,600.00) dollars
to be raised by loi-al assessment.
All protests and objections to tho car
rying out of such intention must be pre
sented In writing ,to the City Recorder
on or before the 22nd day of June. 1D08.
being the time set by said Council when
it will hear and consider such protests
and objections as may be made thereto.
By order of tho City Council of Salt
Lake City. Utah.
Dated April 20. 1908.
J. B. MORETON. City Recorder.
Curb and Gutter Extension No. 7. cl54
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Raymond-Illinois Mining company. Prin
cipal place of business. Salt Lako City.
Utah. Mlr.es at Eureka, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors duly held May 21,
1908, an assessment of one-half of a. cent
per share per month, for threo months,
was levied on tho outstanding capital
stock of the corporation, payable to M,
B. Johnson at room 50G, Atlas block, us
One-half cent per share, payable Imme
diately." Any stock upon which this as
sessment may remain unpaid on the 22nd
day of June. 1908. will be delinquent nnd
advertised for nalo at public auction, and
unless payment Is mado before, will b
sold on the Sth day of July, 190S, to pay
ihe dc.J,nquent assessment, together with
tho cost of advertising and expense of
One-half cent per share shall be pay
able on tho 9th day of July, 1908. Any
stock upon which this assessment maj
remain unpaid on tho Sth day of August.
1908, will be dellnciuent and advertised
Tor sale at public auction, and unless
payment Is mado before will be sold on
I the 24th day of August, 1908, to pay tho
delinquent assessment, together with tho
cost of advertising and expense of sale.
One-half cent per share shall bo pay
able on the 25t.li day of August, 1903. Any
stock upon which this assessment may
1 remain unpaid on the 24th day of Sep
: lember, 1908, will bo delinquent and ad
! vertlscd for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will be
sold on tho 10th day of October. 1908, to
pay tho delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expenso
of salo. J. C. LYNCH, Secretary,
b2185 50G Atlas Block.
Notice Is hereby given by the City j
Council of Salt Lake City of the Inten
tion of ouch Council to make the fol- i
lowing described Improvident, to wit: I
To park, Improve and beautify both j
sides of Second avenue from Canyon road !
to Virginia street, In Parking District
No. 1, by removing from the curb to the
property line all poor dirt or soil, gravel,
rocks, rooLs and obstructions, and by
placing thereon loam, good soil, fertilizer
and grass seed, and defray the abutters"
portion of the cost and expense thereof,
estimated at seventeen thousand threft
hundred sixty-two and 72-100 ($17,362 72)
dollars, or one and 11111-100000 ($1.11111)
dollars per front or linear foot of abut
ting property, there being 15.626.46 feet
abutting said Improvement, by a local
assessment, upon the lots or pieces of
ground within the following desrribed
district, being the district to bo affected
and benefited by said Improvement,
The north side of lots 7, 8, 9 and 10,
block 2, plat I; the north sldo of lots 3
and 4. block 15; the north side of lots
3 and 4, block 16; tho north side of lotr
3 and 4. block 17; the north side of lots
3 and 4. block IS: the north side of lots
3 and 4, block 19; the north sldo of lots
3 and 4, block 20; the north side of lots
3 and 4. block 21; tho north sldo of lot3
i 3 and 4. block 22; the north side of lotB
j 3 and 4. block 23; the north side of lots
3 and i, block 24; tho north side of
lots 3 and 4, block 25; the north side of
lots 3 and 4. block 26; the north Pido of
lots o and . block 27; the north side of
Jots 3 and 4, block 2S, plat D; tho north
side of lots 3 and , block 9; the north
sldo of lots 3 and 4. block 10; the north
side of lots 3 abd 4, block 11; the north
sldo of lots 3 and 4. block 12; tho north
side of lots 2 and 4, block 13; tho north
side of lots 3 and 4, block 14; the north
side of lots 3 and I, block 15; tho north
side of lots 3 and 4, block 16, plat G;
part of section 33, township 1 north,
range 1 east, abutting on tho east sldo
of block 16: part of section 33, township
1 north, range J east, abutting on tha
east side of block 17, plat G; the south
sldo of lots 1 and 2. block 18. the south
sldo of !ots 1 and 2, block 19; the south
sldo of lots 1 nnd 2, block 20; tha south
side of lots 1 and 2. block 21: the south
side of lots 1 and 2, block 22; the south
side of lots 1 and 2, block 23; tho south
side of lots 1 nnd 2, block 24, plat G;
the south side of lots 1 nnd 2, block 29;
the south side of lots 1 and 2. block 30;
tho south sldo of lots 1 nnd 2, block 31;
the south side of lots 1 and 2, block 32;
the south sldo of lots l and 2, block 33;
the south side of lots 1 and 2, block 34;
the south sldo of lots 1 and 2, block 35:
the south side of lots 1 and 2. block 36;
the south side of lots 1 and 2. block 37;
tho south side of lots 1 and 2, block 38;
the south side of lots 1 nnd 2, block 39;
the south side of lots 1 and 2, block 40;
the south side of lots 1 nnd 2, block 41;
the south side of lots 1 and 2. block 12,
plat ID, tho south side of lots 1, 2, 3 and
4, block 3, plat I; the south side of lots
IS to 23. Inclusive. Victoria Placo sub
division, block 17, plat G. Salt Lako City
All protests and objections to the enr
rylng out of such intention must be pre
sented In writing to the City Recorder
on or before tho 22nd da of June. 1908.
being the time set by said Council when
It will hear and consider such protests
and objections as may be made thereto.
By order of tho City Council of Salt
Lake City. Utah.
Dated February 10, 190S. x
J. B. MORETON, City Recorder.
Parking Extension No. cl53
ASSESSMENT NO. 4.
Mountain Dell Consolidated Mlnfif
company: principal place of business 2si
City "and County building. Salt Lake
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the board of trustees of the Mountain
Dell Consolidated Mining company, held
on the 19lh day of May. 190S, an assess
ment of two (2) cents per share was
levied and assessed on the capital stock
of said corporation, payable at the of
fice of IT. Vv. Griffith, secretary of said
company, at room 251 City and Countv
building. Salt Lake City. Utah, on or
before the 24th day of June, 190S.
Any stock upon which said assessment
may remain unpaid on the snld 24th day
of June, 190S. will be delinquent and
advertised for sale nt public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will be
sold on the 13th day of July, 1908, at 2:30
o'clock p. m. of suld d., to pay tho said
delinquent assessment thereon, together
with iho costs of advertising and ex
penses of sale. H. W. GRIFFITH.
.... . . Secretary.
2ot City mid County building.
.Salt Lako City. Utah.
The Tribune Gives Your Wants I
the Largest Circulation.
HOWE Tho funeral services over tho
remains of the late Amos Howe, aged
7$ years, will bo held Friday at 11 a. m,
from the Seventeenth Ward chapel.
Friends are Invited to attend and can
view flic remains on day of funeral at
153 North First West street, from S to 10
a. m. Interment in City cemetery. I
EBER W. HALL, UNDERTAKER AND
embalmer, 225 S. West Temple; nhoncs
THE FLOWER SHOP CUT FLOWERS
and designs. I'nder Nat'l Bank of Rep.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
LARGE STOCK TO SELECTfIOM rT
McKenzle. Display yards, 422 S. State.
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Ing. trunks, valises, best prices paid.
2S Commercial st. Reply by postal card.
Phones 3771-K. t74
YOT7R OLD CLOTHING WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. Both phones. t2191
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Both phones 3S3. b30S
BOOKS ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND
exchanged at 132 W. South Temple.
Phono 1632-Y. yl363
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FQR IRON.
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper,
etc. Utah Junk Co., S10 So. 4th West, i
Phone 229. z307
WANTED TO RENT, FOUR OR FTVE
room furnished Hat for this summer, by
responsible party. Address Box 16, CUy.
ORDERS FOR SAND. GRAVEii. CAN
yon soil and other hauling. Ind. phone
TO SELL. A NEW, MODERN' SEVEN
room pressod brick house on . East
bonch. A splendid home. Add K-42,
TO SAVE YOU FROM 10 TO 25 PER
cent on all lst-class carriage work. L.
Tripp. 137 West So. Temple. c572
THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW YOU
our beautiful lino of tapestries and up
holstery goods. Estimates on re-uphol-st6ring
furniture. Matresses and springs
made over. Phones 3299. S. L. Mattress
& Mfg. Co. c762
A PIANO PLAYER. ONE WHO CAN
sing. Write for particulars. Miss
Helen, near G. Fashon. Pocatello, Idaho.
S OR P-ROOM MOD. HOUSE ON EAST
side; reasonable; references glvon;
close In; would take lease. Address L-51.
AN ALL-AROUND NEWSPAPER MAN
and printer. Address M-10, Tribune.
FROM 1031 E. 2ND SO., A BLACK AND
white puppy, on Saturday morning. Re
ward for return to above address. c7S6
ONE BAY MARE, BRANDED "R B" ON
left thigh; weight S00 pounds: 1 brown
horse, branded quarter circle E on left
thigh; wire cut on right front foot. Re
turn to 462 No, 2nd W. cl4ll
BABY COAT. WITH TWO BEAUTY
pins, bet. 231 Sth E. and LIbertv park
on oth East. Return 231 5th E. Reward.
GOLD AND BLACK ENAMELED LOCK
et and chain. Tuesday at Saltair. Re
turn to Troy laundry. Reward. c!570
JUNK AND METAL
WESTERN JUNK 'AND METAL YARD
Co. Highest prices paid for copper,
brass, rubber, etc. 1011 So. State street;
office. 123 State street Bell phono
SuTJmHtSarAND SIDJ5 Pl3aT?NgT
Mrs. M. M. Jdnnens. 50S East Third
South St. Bell phone 1746-Z. Z1492
JEWELRY REPAIRING- J
?1. 323 So. Main street. c!513
WANTED HELP MALE f
PLUMHOF EMTLO YM ENT AG PVnv yT
headquarters for all kinds of heln ?. " m6
G0J E. 2nd So. Phono 3584. nt,p 4l
. Blal V
WANTI5D FOR U. S, ARMY AmT
bodied unmarried men between th 1
of 18 and 35; citizens of Unltod Stfl?s Sfi
of good character and temperate h.ablfl' HftUi
who can speak, read and write En-llft '
For Information apply to Recruiting Of rTftC
floor. 1GS1 South West Teniplo strSf.'
Salt Lake City, Utah. P
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENTv" ?flB?
Hotel, restaurant nnd household iieln
Headquarters for laborers. t &
4 E. 2nd South. Phonos 461. o7u j
WANTED ALL-A ROUND PURNTnmS ?S
man. Kline's Furntturo and Carnet inB
stallmont Houso, at Ogden,
MEN TO LEARN PLUMBING. ELF?" S2S
trlclty plastering and bricklaying JaC
and night classes, no books. fr..e 0,tty J!
loguo, special low tuition, easy" insHn" IrffO
monts. Coyne National Trado SI',
230-240 Eighth St.. San Francisco, effif
WE FURNISH BEST OF HELP to 7
hotels, restaurants and private famllli.
free of charge; give us a chance to v"r?i
our statomont. Great Western Etnnlnv
mcnt Co.. 120 West 2nd South. nV .. ;
Phone 1018. gj- "ty 'p;
A YOUNG MAN TO CHECK. MUSTRp
quick In figures and havo reference.
Call between 2 and 3 o'clock p, m. Loii' -"TT
vrc rafg- cola
CITY AND TRAVELING REPRESE 5
tatlves for International Correspondent. lil
Schools. Scranton. Pa.; salary and com
missions; transportation paid; bonds re ffl'
quired. See E. C. Everllt, special anent"
7S West 2nd South sc., today,, 2 to 5 p. i
; C15S3 ' -gi
YOUNG MEN MORE CALLS FOR r '
stenographers and bookkeepers than 1$
can fill. Start Monday. Utah Business , -1
College. 2) W. 1st So riii? ' t00
1 j a i
WANTED FIRST-CLASS BARBER. PE- CZs
tors, II E. 2d South st. ci3l i rf
GOOD BOY FOR STORE CLEANING I rr
reference required. Apply 79 E. 3d So' f
MAN TO WORK ON FARM. APPLY R. if ' S
Stenzel Fur. Co.. 79 E. 3d So. cUll t j!t
EDUCATED YOUNG MEN OF COfJD "v
address; must be able lo leave town at 1 1 A
once. Apply between fi and S p. m at '
room 4, Angelus apartments, 34 East 1st Jm
South. cl52i .' ' j
NEW STUDENTS CAN ENTER I-IE.T :1
gor's Business College at any time. S?s rr
us before you decide to enter elsewhere.
School all summer. clSSS 1 J-
WANTED ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER
general merchandise store In mlulnr V '
camp; give experience and salary expert". . Jpov
ed. . Address M-7. Tribune. clK$ ; j.
1ST-CLASS BARBER WANTED KEN- . "mi
yon barber shop (basement). clo""
2 SECTION FOREMEN; MARRIED Me '. !0L
St rocks Emp. Agcy.. 4 E. 2nd South st. .1
claS5 : filh
25 SCHOOL BOYS TO EARN V l.l-K "
cnlil mniinlol fountain npvi. C.ill 5 Jil 'i nvr.
to 5. 132 W. So. Temple. cI53i '
FIRST-CLASS BARBER AT ONCE. WIL. 1
son Hotel Barber Shop. cK?l : jffO
WANTED HELP FEMALE ; jUji
WANTED. COMPETENT COOK; ALSO f 'lull
experienced girl for second work. Call f.
Bell phone 3571. b3070 . -
, ( fljjjp
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK W5
.and cooking. Inq. G73 E. Brlgham a "
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; I
good wages. Ind. phone 10944, Bell. CTj'
P'orosl 70-Z. c915 "to
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; E,
small famllv. No. 13 Bransford Apart-
men 13. Bell phone 23S. cl215
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL plK
housework; wages $7. 163 So. Sth Ens' mj
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL , room
housework; no cooking. 134 H St. flaw
POOR TRAINING WORSE THAN NO f
training. Practical, thorough work our 1 '
motto. Spend the summer profitably at t
tho Utah Business . College. Jennings ' V ,
Block, preparing for a good position , .'
A NURSE. APPLY AT QUARTERS 17. 1
Fort Douglas. c!42l - (P.OO;
A WOMAN COOK. 951 E, 1ST SOUTH. 3
cii'j? -y .
WE GET YOU A POSITION OR KE- ; Up
fund your tuition at Hennger'F Business jj ft re;
College. Wc lako the risk. Day nnd ;
night sessions. cl53l IT0 i
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL USo.
housework; good wages; small famlb" '. -
531 1st Ave. cl33? U(3L
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERA'. i
bousowhrk and cooking: no vaslilnp . 10
Call forenoon. 303 S. 7th East. clolG ItrlJ
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. '
127 S. 6th E. Call mornings flSOl n IFTJr:
GIRL FOR COOKING AND GENERAL $
housework. 670 E. Rricrham. cl-V1 .' -
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. ;
and cooking. 118 2nd E. fl3" .
AN EXPERIENCED COOK; GOOD ,. si
wages. 737 E. Brlgham st. c3S5
A GOOD COOK; SMALL FAMILY. AP- " !0Rj
ply IS J st. cl57S j.; s,uth
YOUNG LADY FOR CANDY COUNTER- ,',lFl'R
Apply J. II. R. Franklin. 10S S. Mnln . bcue
2 WAITRESSES FOR IDAHO; FREE HOOS
t transportation. Strock's Employment i sitt ,
Agency. No. I E. 2nd So. cIjSi ;
rr i 1 McE
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING AND t
downstairs work; small family; no liuin-
dry. 130 S. 7th E. d?! . "ROOH
WANTED SITUATION , , jgg
GOODJAPANESE ROY WANTS PLACE - pL.
In country or city. Add. L-18. Trlbur-". i 'Met
CMS ,' Cftjf,
WASHING TO TAKE HOME. 227 E St. '.
POSITION AS CASHIER OR OFFICE ,
girl, good references. Phone 2262-K ,.
EXPERIENCED JAPANESE WANTS
position as cook or second work. a:
dress M-6, Tribune c1' ;
UY LADY STENOGRAPHER. SMALL ' g,
salarv to start; good typewriter opera-
tor. Address L-45, Tribune. cltt
ENGLISH TRAINED NURSE SEEKS
temporary or permanent cng"gomc"u
A. Bice. R. F. D. No. 1. Garllcld. Lg
SITUATION WANTED BY FIRST- j
class accountant; factory and commor , -t
cial experience. Al references; moderate ,
salary. Address M-9. Tribune. clo jj
YOUNG LADY WISHES SEWING BV
the day. Phone 4223-Y. cl6W
DRUG CLERK. REGISTERED. 15 ; TBS. ,1 Ntl
experience, or relief work; reference-. hi
M-ll. Tribune. LJL i
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION ;
oaring for children and holplne ,
housework. Phone 1605 Ind. ;
FrTu2TL7isET'0F MILLING IlY ;
work. Indies' rand gents' hat cleaning.
call 151 South Main. Bell phono m M