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I 12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. I
I: SALT LAKE 11!
IS HEALTHY TOWN
. Only Seventy-Five Deaths Re
i ported for Month of
SEVEN LESS THAN SAME
MONTH OP LAST YEAR
I Whooping Cough, Typhoid
I Fever and Diphtheria
L Again Prevalent.
li There were seventy-five deaths in
If . August, according to the monthly ro
ll port of the city houlrh department, just
K ' issued. This is a decrease of seven over
U the number of deaths in the same month
I ' Based on an cstimntod population of
I . 85,000, which is far below the actual
I population, this is an annual death rate '
I of .10.50 to 1000 population. The annual .
M- death rate per J000 in August. 100.
1 based upon an estimated population of
i To.OOO, was 1S.12. nt n ,
The average death rate per 1000 for
r the August just ended was .S3. Tno
average death rate of the actual resi-
(' dents per 1000 for the month was .().
This does not include the bodies shipped
here for burial. There wore eighteen
deaths of nou-residents, and twenty-1 wo
I bodies were shipped hero for burial.
Six were shipped away.
There were four deaths from violence
t in the month, of which one was suicide
H by hanging. Two deaths resulted from
L skull fractures received in accidents.
J Of contagious and infectious dis-
I eases reported, whooping cough leads
f with thirtv-five eases. Typhoid fever
J was next, with 2S enscs, and diphtheria
third with 14. Three cases of smallpox
! and three of scarlet fever wore roport-
, ed. There was only one case each of
l measles and tuberculosis.
Li The sanitary department received and
attended to 320 complaints, made 3-HO
li inspections, served 251 written notices.
t cleaned S5G cesspools, vaults and grease
f traps, destroyed 350 loads of garbageat.
the crematory and disposed of 1373
I loads of ashes, manure and other rub-
V bisli at the garbage, station.
I Fortv-scvon horses were burned at
K the crematory. August apparently was
I ' a bad month for dogs,? as, according to
the report, 121 canines were dcstro-od
1 at the crematory.
H There were 1M marriage licenses is-
sued in the month. Of 203 births 110
tj: were males and 03 females. Apparcnt-
f Iv there is a race suicide fad on among
t the negroes, as only one colored birth is
! reported for the whole month. i
I DO YOU WANT TO MAKE 200 PER
. CENT YEARLY ON A SAFE
Vour money back at the end of the
first year if you don't like -your propo
sition" Five acres of apple orchard will
make you independent; $60 down, $20
per month for sevens-two months,
TRENTOX LAXD & INVESTMENT
212-213 Judge Building.
IP . ,
, Gty and Neighborhood
THE AID SOCIETY of the First Bap
list churcli will resume ltd meetings at
2:30 tills afternoon with Mrs. Fred B.
.lones, at No. 11 Kensington flats.
. THERE "WILL BE a setting of equity
cases for the September term before
Judge C. W. Morse of the Third Dis
s 1 irict court, Sulurday morning, Scp'tem
? her 12.
f i FRED MEISNER. the "baker" of Lo-
gan. formerly a member of the Ogdcn
L police force, was In Zlon, Wednesday, to
I see the Wild West show. Fred says lie
Is making preparations for the Democrats
when they come to Logan, September 22,
J for the state convention.
. CHINESE IMMIGRATION" INSPECTOR
M'CABE has gone to St. Louis in
connection with a Chinese case, and
Inspector Longley expects to leave for
New York. Sunday, with Georgo Labay,
,Insane. conllncd In the state in
sane hospital at Evanston, Wyo., who Is
to be deported. Labay Is an Austrian.
WILLIAM HORNBECK, examiner in
the department of justice, is at present
in the city, examining the files of the
Federal court. Ho is with Cleric Letcher
the greater part of the day, and the two
spend several hours in the vaults where
r In are kept the files of the Federal court
! for this district. Mr. Uornbcck will bo
here for a month.
PAUL DROUBY'S and Allen Warr's
sheep worked $250 damage to his land
by trespassing upon It and trampling up
the earth, Henry Haynes claims, and ho
has filed suit against Droubv and Wan
to the Third District court asking that
amount of damages. The trespass oc
curred in Salt Lake county, June .10. this
year, it is alleged.
IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR LONG
LEY has reported favorably upon the
ease of the English girl, Florence Adclo
Butterworth, which was the last of tho
Mormoti Immigrant cases at the port of
I Boston. Substantial affidavits that sho
would be cared for worn filed with the
Inspector. Anthony Smith, an English
man, furnished a bond that she would not
become a public charge, and the bond was
THE REDMAN Van and Storage rom
pany. which Is being sued In the Third
District court by C. O. Whlttemore. to
recover the value of property stored In
the company's immense warehouse which
r was destroyed by lire, filed an answer
Wednesday. In which It says that the
property was lost by accident and onsual
U i y. and through no fault of tho dfond
k nt company, and asks that the case be
Iu UNIQUE DISPLAY TO M
SEEN AT THE KNUTSFORD
In parlor I at the KnuLsfonl hotel all
day Thursday there will be an exhibit of
guest records, family registers, wedding
' books, marriage certificates, child records
- ( ?nd various other gift books that aro all
hand made. They are on parchment,
bound in Russia. Turkish and Spanish
leathers, and hand embroideries mount
ed with medals and set with Jewels.
The exhibit. Is out of tho ordinary, and
u general Invitation Is extended the pub
lic to call, as the display will please all
lovers of the unique In books and records.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell phono 5201. Jnd. phone; 300-343.
' ' SALT LAKE CITY. UTAIL
1 MAM WANTED
.TO FILL THESE CLOTHES 1
j This message is daily speaking to you through the II
H Want Columns of The Tribune. Clothes like this demand
IS a bright, capable man, who can earn a large salary. Look
H over the " wants" every day until you can, find some EH
M in Salt Lake the highest salaried ones are offered
Red Fish Lako Mining company Loca
tion of principal place of business Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, held on the 27th
day of August, 1008, an assessment of
one-eighth of ono per cent per share was
levied on the capital stock of the cor
poration, payable immediately to R. L.
Conolv, treasurer, at the banking house
of McCornlck & Co.. Salt Lake City,
Utah. Any stock upon which this as
sessment may remain unpaid on the 28th
day of September, 190S, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public uuctlon,
and unless payment Is made before, will
be sold on the 15th day of October, 190S,
to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with tho cost of advertising and
expense of sale. J. E. GOSLING,
Judge building. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Is Hereby Given by tho City
Council of Salt Lake City of the Intention
of such council to make the following de
scribed Improvement, to wit:
Constructing cement sidewalks four (4)
feet wide and four (1) inches thick on all
Btreets from the east side of B street to
the center of N street, and from the north
side or Sixth avenue to tho north sido of
Eighth avenue, In Sidewalk District No,
2-1, aud'defray the abutters' portion of the
cost and expenso thereof, estimated at
thirty-one thousand one hundred and
thirty-eight ($31,133.00) dollars, or one
($1.00) dollar per front or linear foot,
there being 31.13S feet abutting said Im
provement, by a local assessment upon
the lots or pieces of ground within the
following described district, being the dis
trict to be affected and- benefited by said
The east side of lots 1 and 4. the north
side of lots n and 4, the west side of lots
2 and 3. block 85; the east side of lots 1
and 4, the north side of lota 3 and 4. the
west side, of lots 2 and 3, block 86; the
east side of lots 1 and 4, the north side of
lots 3 and 4. the west side of lots 2 and
3, block 37; the cast side of lots 1 and 4.
the north side of lots 3 and 4, the west 1
side of lots 2 and 3, block ST.; the east
side of lots 1 and 4, tho north side of lots
3 and 4, the west side of lots 2 and 3,
block S9; the east side of lot3 1 and 4,
the north side of lots 3 and 4, the west
side of lots 2 and 3. block 00; the cast
side of lots 1 and 4. tho north side of
Jots J and 4, tho west side of lots 2 and
3. block 91; the east side or lot3 I and 4.
the north sldo of lots 3 and 4. the west
s dc of lots 2 and 3. block 02; tho cast
side of lots 1 and 4, the north side of lots
3 nnd 4, tho west side of lots 2 and 3.
block 93; the east side of lots 1 and 4. the
north side of the cast 155 feet of lot 4. the
north side of tho west 155 feet of lot 3,
the west side of lots 2 and 3, block 04;
tho east side of lots 1 and 4, .c north
sldo of lots 3 and 4. the west side of lots
2 and 3, block 05; the east side of lots 1
and 4. the north side of lots 3 and 4,
block 96; the north sldo of lots 3 and 4,
the east, side of lots 1 and 4, block 101;
the north side of lots 3 and 4, the cast
fide of lots 1 and 4, the south side of
ipts I and 2, tho west side of lots 2 and
, block 102; tho north side of lots 3 and
4. the cast side of lots 1 and 4. tho south
side of lots l and 2, the west side of lots
2 nnd 3, block 103; the north side of lots
3 and 4. the east sldo of lots 1 and 4. the 1
"ou 111 eldo of lots 1 and 2, the west sldo I
of lots 2 and 3, block iOi: the north side
of Jots 3 and 4. the east side of lots 1 and '
4. the south side of lots 1 and 2, the west i
s dc of ots 2 and 3, block 105; the north i
side of lots 3 and I, tho cast side of lots I
1 and 4. the south side of lots 1 and 2, j
tho west side of lots 2 and 3, block 106: I
the north sldo of lots 3 and 4. the east
sldo of lots 1 and 4, the south side of lots
1 and 2. the west side of lots 2 and 3,
block 10i; tho north .ldo of lots 3 and 4. ,
the east sldo of Jot3 1 and 4. tho south '
side of lots 1 and 2. the west side of lot3 1
2 and 3. block 108; . tho north side of lots !
5. and 4. the east side of lots 1 and 4, tho
south side of lots 1 and 2, the west side
of lots 2 -and 3, block 109; the north sldo !
or lets .i and 4. the east 3lde of lots 1
and 4, the south side of lots 1 and 2. the
I west side of lots 2 and 3. block 112; Iho
south sldt of lots 1 and 2, block 113; the
south side of lots 1 and 2, block 115: the
south side of lots 1 and 2, block 116; the
south side of lots 1 and 2, block 117; tho
south side or lots 1 and 2. block 110; the I
south side of lots 1 and 2, block 120; tho
south side of lots 1 and 2, block 121; tho !
south sldo of lots 1 and 2, block 123; tho
south side of lots 1 and 2. block 124: the '
north side of lots 1 and 13, the cast sldo i
of lots 13 to 21. inclusive, the south side '
of lots 12 and 24. the west side of lots 1 ,
to 12, Inclusive, Grand View Subdivision.
block 110; the south side of lots 12 'and :'
24. Grand V0w Subdivision, block 114:
the north aide of lots 1 to 17. Inclusive. !
the cast sloe of lot 1. the south sldo of i
ots t to li. Inclusive, the west sldo of'
lot li. block 2. the north side of lots 1 to
i flouth side of lots 1 to 17, inclusive, the
west side of lot 17, block 1. Pratt's Sub- '
division, block 111; the south sldo of lots !
1 to 13, inclusive. Nob Hill Subdivision,
block US; the south side of lots 1 to 8. i
Inclusive, North End Subdivision, block !
122, al! In plat "D," Salt Lake City Sur
vey. The total cost of said Improvement Is
estimated at forty-six thousand nine hun-
dred seventeen and 75-100 ($16,017.75) I
dollars, of which sum the city's portion Is
fifteen thousand seven hundred seventy- I
nine and 75-100 ($15,770 75) dollars, leav-
ing thirty-one thousand one hundred and i
thirty-eight ($?1.138.00) dollars to be !
raised by local assessment. ;
All protests and objections to the car
rying out of such Intention must be
presented In writing to the City Recorder i
on or before the 14th day of September. !
1P0S, being tho time set by said Council ,
when it will hear and consider such pro
tests and objections as may be mndo
I By order of the City Council of Salt
Lake City. Utah.
Dated October 14. 1P07.
J. 13. MORETON. ,
Sidewalk Extension No. 133. C251S I
Notico Is hereby - given by tho City
Council of Salt Lako City of the Intention
of such Council to make tho following de- I
scribed Improvement, to wit: j
To grade, and pave with asphalt (said
asphalt pavement to be thirty-five (35)
feet wide between gutters, and nine and ;
one-half (9i) Inches thick). G street from "
South Temple to First avenue, in Paving ;
District No. 30, and defray the abutters' '
portion of the cost and expenso thereof, i
estimated at thre3 thousand three hun
dred eight and 57-100 ($3308.57) dollars,
or five and 13-1000 ($5,013) dollars per
front or linear foot of abutting property,
there being 660 feet abutting said im
provement, by a local assessment upon
the lots or pieces of ground Jn the following-
described district. Helng Jho dis
trict to be affected and benefited iy said
The west side of lot? 2 and 3. l.lonk
7. and the east side of Jots J and 4, block
S, all In plat "D." Salt Lake City rurvev.
1 Tho totul coEt of said improvement Is
estimated at three thousand four hundred
thirty and 55-100 ($3430.55) dollars, of
which sum tho city's portion Is one hun
dred twenty-one and 08-100 (5121. OS) dol
lars, leaving three thousand three hun
dred eight and 57-100 ($3308.57) dollars to
be raised by local assessment.
AH protests and objections to tho carrr
Ing out of such intention must be pre
sented In writing to-the City Recorder on
or before the 14th day of September, 1008,
being tho time set by said Council when
It will hear and consider such protests
and objections as may be made thereto,
By order of the City Council of Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Dated June 22. 1P0S.
J. 13. MORETON. City Recorder.
raving Extension No. 47. e251D
I NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE.
Notice Is hereby prlven that tho under
signed will at 12 o'clock noon on Monday,
September 14, 190S. at tho entrance to
t!-o Salt Lake Stock and M'n ng Ex
change. No. 1S Wst Second South street
Salt Lako City. Utah, sell at uubll'j auc
tion to the highest and best bidder for
cash. 320,900 shares of the capital 3tock
of the Consolidated Uintah Mineral Wax
Company, a corporation of Utah, or su -li
portion of said number of shares of said
capital stock as may be neccssa.-y ro
realize tho sum of twenty-five hundred
($2500.00) dollars and the costs and c.v
penFCs of this sale.
Said sale will bo made pursuant to a
written escrow agreement deposited, to
gether with a certain stock certificate for
aald number of shores of tho capital
stock of said corporation, with the undei
signed. because of the failure of due of
the parties to said agreement to ripo;ll
certain money with tho undersigned j:or
tho benefit of another party to i-u'd I
agreement as therein required.
Dated August 27, 1908.
THE NATIONAL BANIC OF THE RE
PUBLIC OF SALT LAKE CITT
UTAH. By E. A. Culbcrtson.
Of tho Stockholders of Maple Mining
There will be a special mcetinc of th
atockholders of the Maplo Mining com
pany, Jicld at Its office. No. 17 West Sec
ond South street, Salt Lake City, Utah
at 2 o'clock p. m on Saturday. September
26th. 1008, to ratify a sale of all tlic i pron
orty, both real and personal, of tho com
pany, made by the board of directors of
the Maplo Mining company on Septomber
2nd. 100S, and to sell all tho property
both real and personal, of said company
and to transact such other business as
may legally come before said meeting.
MAX. A. JAENSCH. President. I
W. M, WANTLAND. Secretary. f2S7 I
Notico is hereby given by the Cltv
Council of Salt Luke City of the Intention
of such council to make the following de
scribed improvement, to wit-.
Extending"and laying sewer lateral of
vitrified pipe eight (8). ten (10), twelve
(12) and fifteen (15) Inches in diameter in
the territory included between the center
of First South and Fourth South streets
and between Second West and tho center
of Fifth West Etreets; also on the north
side of Fourth South street from Fifth
West street to Eighth West street, In
Sewer District No. 2. and defray the
abutters' portion of the cost and expenso
thereof, estimated at thirty thousand five
hundred, eighty-two nnd 30-100 ($30,582.30)
dollars; twenty-sevon thousand nine hun
dred fifteen and 30-100 ($27,915.30) dol
lars, or two and 10-100 ($2.10) dollars
per front or llnenr foot of abutting prop
erty for sewer on sides of streets, thero
being 13.233 feet abutting said portion of
said Improvement; and two thousand and
six hundred an.l sixty-seven ($2667.00) dol
lars, or one and o-lOO ($1.05) dollars per
front or linear foot of abutting property
for sewer In center of Rio Grande street,
thero being 2510 foot abutting said por
tion of said Improvement, by a local as
sessment upon the lots or pieces of
ground within the following described
districts, being tho districts to be affected
and benefited by said improvement,
SEWER ON SIDE OF STREET.
The south sldo of the west 132 feet of i
tho east 165 feet of lot 2. and the south
side of the west 148.5 feet of lot 2, the
south side of the cast 132 feet of tho west
165 feet cf lot 1, the south side of the cast
14S.5 feet of lot 1. block 34; the south sido
of lots 1. 2, 3 and 4, block 35; the south
sldo of lots 1 and 2, block 36, plat C;
tho south sldo of lots 1. 2, 3 and I. the
north side of lots 5. 6, 7 and S. tho east
side of tho south 305 feet of lot 8. the
east side of the north 305 feet of lot 1.
tho west sido of the north 305 feet of lot
4. the west sldu of the south 305 feet of
lot 6. block 46: tho north side of lot 6.
tho south sldo of the' west 264 feet of lot
2, block 47; the south side or the west 305
feet of lot 1. the south sldo of lot 2. the
west side of Jots .1, 4 and 5, the west, sldo
of the north 140 feet of lot 2. block 61;
the north side of lot 7. the north side of
the west 75.5 feet of lot 8. the cast side
of the south 192.5 feet of lot S, the cast
sldo of tho north 305 feet of lot I, the
south sldo of lots 1 and 2, block 62; the
north sido of lots 5 and 6. the cast side
of the south 110 feet of lot 6, tho east
side of lots 7 ami S, tho east sido of the
north 110 feet of lot 1, tho south side of
lots J and 2. the west side of the north
140 feet or lot 2. tho west side or lots 3
and I, the west side of tho south 140 feet
of lot 5. block 63; tho south side of lot
2, tho south side of tho west 35 feet of
lot 1. tho west side of tho north 140 feet
or lot 2, tho west sldG of lots 3 and 4,
the west sido of tho south 25 feet of lot 5,
block 05; the north sldo of lots 5. 6, 7 and
S the east side of the south 305feet or lot
S. tho cast sldo of lot 1, tho south side
or the west 140 rcet or lot 1. tho south
side or lots 2 and 3, the south side of tho
east 110 feet of lot 4. the west side of lot
4, tho west sido of the south 305 feet
of lot ;", block 64, plat A.
SEWER IN CENTER OF STREET.
The west side or lots 1. 7 and S, tho
west side of the south 140 feet of lot 6.
the cast side of tho west 26 i feet of lots
3, 4 and 5, tho cast cido of the north 140
; feet of tho west 261 foot of lot 2, block I
47; the west side of the north 305 feet of i
lot 2. the west sldo of tho south 305 feet i
of lot 7, the east side of tho west 90 feet
of lots 3 and 6, block 62, plat A, Salt I
, Lake City survey.
All protests and objections to the carry- I
I ing out of such intention must be pre
. sented In writing to tho City Recorder
' on or before th. 11th day of Seotember.
! 1908, being the time set by said" council
when it will heir and consider such pro
tests and objections as may bo made
tli ere to.
Bj order of tho City Council of Salt 1
Lake City. Utah. I
Dated January 13, 1903. I
r J. E. MORETON. J
City Recorder. :
Sower Extension No. 199. e2521
2TOTICE ' TO CONTRACTORS. '
Office of the Board of Public Works.
Salt Lake City, August 7, 190S.
Sealed proposals will bo received at
this ofrice until S o'clock i. m.. Friday. 1
Septomber 11, 190S, for tho work of con
J ctructing curb and gutter extonslon No. 7,
Instructions to bidders, together with
the specifications and forms of contract
1 and bond, can be obtained upon applica
tion at the office of tho Board or Public
Works or City Engineer.
The right is reserved to reject any and ,
By order or the Board or Public Works, i
II. G. M'MILLAN, Chairman.
LOUIS C. KELSEY, City Engineer.
f Circulation Guarantee
Tin's Certifies lat the circulation of the
Salt Lake Tribune
but been audited and is gurantccd Zijr the
' Advertiser s Certified Circulattoa Dlue Dooh '
j This Paper has proved by investigation
1 1 that the circulation records are kept with '
I care and the circulation slated with such
accuracy that advertisers may rely on any
' statements of same made by (he publishers
I under the ownership and management )
! jmcoit July 20. 1008.
WHICH IS TO SAY
That a disinterested party, a clr.
culation o?n?ort. a man who has sP9.nt
a lifetime on tho circulations of tno
big dailies of this country, lias care
fully examined tho circulation dookh
and methods of Thq Tribuno, and
recommends them as honost, relia
ble and true, to all of winch ho lias
appended his signature.
The Tribune is daily adding many
more new subscribers than all tho
other papers, except tho Telegram,
combined. Tho people of this com
munity seem to appreciate a real
live newspaper with a definite
policy. Not vacillating, weak and
noncommittal, but consistent, vig
orous and frank every day in tuo
The best advertising medium "be
twoen tho Colorado plains and Pa.
cific tidewater is growing bigget
and better every day.
Tho Tribune, in Salt -Lake, is tho
premier newspaper; has by far tho
largest and best circulation, is so
acknowledged and so accredited by
every unprejudiced person.
EDMONDS At the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. Eugene Forest, 1140
South Ninth East street, this city. Sep
tomber 0, 190S, of pneumonia. Pnmclia A.
Edmonds, aged 72 years. Funeral notice
BUCAI3USO At 527 South Fifth West
street, this city. Septomber 9, 190S, from
burns, Lizzie, daughter of Sabato and
Rosoy Bucabuso. late of Puoblo, Colo,,
aged 5 years. 10 months and IB days. Tho
funeral services will bo held today
(Thursday), at 10 a. in., from the funeral
chapel of Joseph W. Taylor, 21 South
West Temple street. Friends aro Invited
to attend Interment In Calvary ceme
tery. ECKMAN At 722 Poplar arcade, this
city, September 9, 190S. of appendicitis,
Carl J. Eckman, aged 20 years. 11 months
and lf days; native of Sweden: son of
John E. and Margaret C. Eckman of
Sandy, Utah. Tho remains are at tho
funeral parlors of Joseph W. Taylor, 21
South West Templo street. Notice of fu
LITTLE FAIR All friends of tho late An
nlo Llttlefalr. who died from the ef
fects of a street car accident, are Invited
to tako a farewell of her remains at the
residence of her sister. Mrs. Joseph W.
Taylor, 1015 North Main street, Friday,
from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m., after which the
remains will bo shipped to Logan, Utah,
on tho Cache valley 4 p. n. train. The
funeral services will be held Sunday at
12 o'clock noon In the Third ward meet
ing house. Friends are invited to at
tend. Interment In Logan cemetery.
EDER W. II ALL, UNDERTAKER AND
embalmcr, 225 S. West Temple; phonos
THE FLOWER SHOP. CUT FLOWERS
and designs. Under Nat'l Bank of Rop.
LARGE STOCK TOSLCTRmTiT
McKenzle. Display yards. 422 S. State.
Notice la hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of Tho Tctro
Mining company of Tinlic. a corporation
organized under the laws of Utah. Is here
by called, and will bo held at thu office
of said company. No. .",00 Horald bulldin
Main street. Salt Lako CIt3 Utah, at one
o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, September 15
190S, for the purpose of considering and'
voting (1) upon the proposition to amnd
article G of the articlos of Incorporation
of said company, so that whon amended
i It will provide that tho capital stock of
said company shall consist of one million
shares or less, divided Into ono million
shares or less, of the par value or ten
cents each; three hundred thousand
shares to be Issued in lieu of the present
outstanding stock and that remaining un
disposed or In tho treasury, tho aguregato
being thrco hundred thousand shares, of
the par or face value of ono dollar each
and so that said article shall provide that
the remainder of tho capital stock
whothor seven hundred thousand shares
or less, shall ho placed In tho treasury to
be sold by the directors, at such tlme3
nnd In such manner as shall bo ior tho
best Interest of said corporation; and (2)
upon the proposition to amend article 12
of said articles of Incorporation of said
company, so that it shall provide that
the 'treasury Stock thereof shall consist
of seven hundred thousand shares or less,
Instead of fifty thousand shares, and that
tho total capital stock of said corporation
shall be not less than three hundred thou
sand shares, nor more than one million
shares. R. S. WIMMER.
Secretary, The Tetro Mining Company of
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Little Chief Mining and Milling com
pany. Principal place of business. Salt
Lake City. Location of mine, Eureka,
Juab county, Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a moot
ing of the board of directors of the Little
Chief Mining and Milling company, held
on the Uh day of September, IOCS, as
sosinent No. "'. ono (1) cent per
share was levied on the capital stock of
the corporation Issued and outstanding,
payable immrd lately to James P. Drlscoll,
secretary, at MrCornlck & Co.'s bank,
corner of Mnln and First South .street
Salt. Lako City. L'tah. Any stock upon
which the assessment may remain un
paid on Wednesday, the 7lh day of Octo
ber. 190S. will bo delinquent and adver
tised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made before will be sold on
Wednesday, the 2Sth day of October, 1908,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho rompanv's of
fice, room No. 40fi Atlas block, West Sec
ond South street. Salt. Lake Cltv. Utah,
to pay tho delinquent nsscssmcnt 'thereon!
togetner with cost of advertising and ex
pense of sale- JAMES P. DIHSCOLL.
Secret a rv.
Corner Main anil First South streets. Salt
Lako City. Utah. f5jf,
ASSESSMENT NO. G."
Nonpareil Consolidated Mining and Aim
ing company. Principal place or busi
ness, Salt Lako City. Location of mines
Grouse Creek. Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho ooard of directors of the
Nonpareil Consolidated Mining and Mill
ing company, held on tho 10th day of
August, 190S. assessment No. C, of ono (l)
cent per share, was levied upon thu capi
tal slock of the corporation, Issued and
outstanding, payable Immediately to the
treasurer at Ills orfice. Grouse Creek
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 15th day of
September. 190S, will be delinquent and '
advertised for sale ut public auction, and I
unless raymeut Is made before, will be
sold on the loth day of October, 1908, at
2 o'clock p. m., nt tho company's ofilce.
to pay the delinquent. assessment thereon, ,
together with the costs of advertising and J
expense of sale. j
THOMAS SHERRY, Secretary.
First publication August 15, 190S.
EXPERIENCED IJUTcTlER TOPUT
shop In grocery store; lino location. Ad
drcss X-2S, Tribune. fioio
ONE OK TWO GENTLEMEN TO OCCU
py a nowly furnished room in private
family; close in, modern, 20S E. 3rd So.
GOOD. REPUTABLE PARTIES TO OC
mpy oftlco deskroom. Apply room 23.
Walker Bros, bank building. e298S
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Ing, trunks, vallsos; best prices paid.
28 Commercial St- Reply by postal card.
Phones 3771- t74
YOUR OLD CLOTHING" WILL CALL.
Salvation Army. lioth phones. 12191
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding and
Mfg. Co. Both phonoB 3S3. b303
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON,
brass, rags, bottles, rubber, copper,
etc. Utah Junk Co.. 810 So. 4th WVm.
Phone 229. z307
YOUR FURNITURE. WHEN IT NEEDS
roupholsterlng. Samples and estimates
on request. Phones 3299. S, L. Mattress
and Mrg. Co. d759
YOUNG AND FATCALVES; TRADE !
Irosh cowo for dry- Saunders. Phono
PARTIES TO TAKE IN CANYON,
good, covered rigs; terms. Saunders,
Phone 2374-Y. el081
HORSES TO PASTURE: GOOD WATER
and feed, $2 per month. Suunders.
Phono 2371-Y. 0ICI6
WANTED TO BORROW $1000 ON
Boise, Ida,, real estate. Address T-17.
BOARD AND ROOMS FOR STUDENTS.
and places whero students may work
for board. State particulars to Unlver
slty or Utah, Salt La-j City. .:1900
WANTED 25 TEAMS WITH PLANK
wagons for grading work; wages. 54 por
day, S hours. Apply on work, 11th East
and First South street, or at ofrice,
Board or Trade building. P. J. Moran.
TO RENT A HOUSE OF FROM 12 TO
20 rooms. Address V-S, Tribune.
3 OR 4 CHILDREN TO CARE FOR.
3505 So. 7th East. e27S2
YOUNG MAN WITH $900 DESIRES TO
invest money and services. Addreas
W-19, Tribune. f299
GOOD WOMAN COOK, GERMAN PRE
fcrrcd; $35 to right party; also Japanese
boy ror lawn and housework. 30(3 E. 5th
South. f-f 1 2
TWO OCCUPANTS FOR LARGE. SUN
ny room; excellent table board. Call
131 Sth E. f382
YOUR "ROUGH DRY" LAUNDRY:
homo work; prices reasonable; called
for and delivered. Bell 4SG1-K. Rear 429
No. Gth W. isr2
NON-DESCRIPTTVE RAILROAD TICK
ets for lady and gentleman to Green
River, Wyo.. or points east, via U P.
Bell phono 20fio-Y. fS75
WANTED BY TWO HIGH SCHOOL
teachers, room and board in private
family; northeast port of city preferred.
Bell phono 1207-K. 373
HIGH-GRADE LAUNDRY HELP OF
ALL , KINDS: GOOD WAGES TO
GOOD WORKERS. EMPIRE-UTAH
LAUNDRY CO.. 39 SOUTH WEST TEM
PLE STREET. fox.j
WILL BUY. IMPROVEd"TrESIDENCE
property, direct from owner. $1000 to
S1000: must be bargains. Address X-20
Tribune. , f920
BY JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY CALL.
by phone, after 4 p. m.. Bell 1032-Z.
UNIVERSITY STUDENT DESIRES A
place where he can work for room and
board while attending school. X-24, Trlb
LACE CURTAINS LAUNDERED; WORK
guaranteed. Phone 5 5G1-K. e2C9S
BILLY BLOOMQUIST. THE CEMENT
man. All work guaranteed; references.
957 East 4th Soutn. Intl. phone 1301.
A YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS PO
sltion: willing to do any kind of work:
speaks good English. T. Saijo, 57 Rich
ards street. f-JOl
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER RE
quircs work, home or out. Phone 4201
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK
wants situation in city or country: good
experience. Reply Box X-19, Tribune.
LADY WANTS WORK BY THE DAY.
127 So. 2nd West. f953
POSITION AS COLLECTOR. BY MAR
ried man; references and bond. Ad
dress X-17, Tribune. f93S
EXPERIENCED -LADY STENOGRA
phcr. with good education, wishes posi
tlon. X-l 1. Tribune. f944
RESIDENT SALESMAN WA NTE lT 'I'D
sell here and surrounding territory a
good popular-priced line of knitted and
woven men's neckwear on commission
basis. Charles Seidmann &. Co., 3rd and
Green sts.. Philadelphia. Pa. f4S8
line of 5c cigars with excellent nremluni
deals. Can bo carried as a side line.
Address Crown Cigar Co., Milwaukee.
ALMETAL 25C BRYAN AND TA FT
buttons are the best made; 12c brings
one sample; particulars, etc. Almctal
Novelty Co., Springfield. O. c2."45
enccd dressmaker. Dell 3853. Ind. 1699.
customers say so. Phono D2G1-Y for
references. C. D. Bates, Mgr., 221 Dooly
V AUTOMOBILE TIRES
mobile tires. Carter's Loaguo Shop, 325
So. West Temple. f610
cleaning. Leave orders at Druohl &
Fra n ken Drug Co. Both phones 100. fC31
tlons to a. complete correspondence
course In law. Applicants must furnish
satisfactory references. For full particu
lars. address W-43. Tribune. T567
WALL PAPER CLEANING
HOME PAPER cCKilGC07v
the Butte). Orrico, Duval's Paper
store. Ind. 1145. Boll 3154. 3-109?
Subscribe for The Tribune and
Gel all the News. '
camp cook, 4 how y 'm nffl? monK
ment department M' C' A' cm9j
GOOD BARBER. AT siTljfe$
flft 1 ?
WANTED -A BOY ABOUT ic t
, . f6 fOB
MEN AT GTH AND D STS, DAVi3n
Hcuscr. Contractors. SX&
GOm T,UNEL .YORKERS. MAChJ
room?' MTTVJ? comlssrrjBfg.
FIRST-CLASS SAUSAGE MAK
good wages; married man rtrnf.7W
GOOD BOY. WITH REFERElaYtf
Sal Sickle, tho Jeweler. 233 SB
WANTED LIVE ADVT3RTISDfa3k fti
lieitor; must be able to land lfaHT
Telephone Manager Democrat Bflff
EXPERIENCED G R DEY3lANH'
near-by mining camp; give refatHt A
and state salary wanted, W-34, fflfc.'
I WANT STEADY WOKER?dR
tunnel; machine men. S350; maK---
helpers. $3; nippers, $2.50; laborentfctf 3
8 hours: need some carpenters, ccniBt
men, skinners. Investigate this. BC
commission. Ship twice a weelt ifl5,,
Uh Main St.. Room G, this forcnoonMd
AN EXPERIENCED SILK
man for Montana, Utah and ColoiBd"
Must bo acquainted with the trade CKi !
burgh Bros.. 25 Sansome street, jK
Francisco, Cal. TVH
GOOD A-l EXPERIENCED SOLKTBtf
International Correspondence SchodEtt
W. 2nd So. Kiry-
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TOElB--Henager's
business college. SecjjHl i
sehool in session .and you will not 4H?uu
FIRST-CLASS CABINET ANDEBlL
. caso makers. The J. P. Paulson cSrfjfl
DRAMATIC PEOPLE FOR H 1 I
tolre co. Call Hotel Metropolc, 2 uMzTm
p. m. Cowley & Chrlsto. EiS
WANTED HELP FEMALE ififi
GIRL WANTED INQUl3Gr232BJt?i
South Temple. flp
WOMAN COOK FOR WYOMING. R
per month. Strock's Emp. Agency. K
4 E, 2nd South street.
WANTED, WOMAN TO DO LAUNCH1
work at a state institution. In a nelgML
borlng stale; wages, Including board nm)i
room, 530 per month. Address X-27, TrMp
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR WOnife
Ing housekeeper: 110 washing; siiSHC
family; good wages. Call at 43S SoI
I tli East street. MmU
WANTED AT ONCE FIRST-CLAiftjjj
waist draper, a sleeve maker; also 1 "V
orrand girl, one residing with pare'iM
preferred. Apply Mrs. Hartranft's dreJZT
making department. Walker's store, tm?
WANTED. A KITCHEN GIRL. 247 IMTZ
4th South. HB
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED CHA5
bermaid at Hall's hotel. fj Jte
GIRLS. AT THE CAFETERIA. flg
FIRST-CLASS WOIAN COOK, !Mft
Call 306 East Fifth South. Witt:
TWO GOOD GIRLS FOR GENEHWe
housework; one for upstairs, ona-Mpi Hj
downstairs. Phone 3954 Ind.
TWO WAITRESSES. NEVADA. 6b9n
2nd So. Both phones 1959. 'ft
WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK; G(Sct
wages. S73 So. 8th East. BHT
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOTjiiwrfBHiQ
127 N St.
WOMAN ABOUT 50 YEARS "oFSBwM
to assist with work. 3505 S. TuVJBlilu
CALL AND SEE OUR SPEED"tK
writing class. Utah Business C-?jjH3
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSSH' 6t
must bo good cook; smajl fafS'
washing; good wages, 1001 BriSflWjBtnTB)
COMPETENT GIRL FOR fiENEBgU-
housework. Mrs. J. C. Royle. jjBfe),
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
COMPETENT GIRL FOR CQQB
and dlulng room work. 607 2ndKJj
Bell phone 4252: Jnd. 2634, .l0
COMPETENT COOK; ALSOraBT-Sl
girl. G7S Brlghnm street. 'Hi.Hl
H' !t b
EXPERIENCED LADY , BOOKKSIB.
and cashier; steady position; sa'arIR5ir
ginning $50 a month: state expenjB 1
and give references. Address V-45 BIS
LADIES OR GIRLS TO MAKE WUiBtto
at home; oxperioncc unnecessary,. jMKNUt
206 W. So. Temple. Cannon house, T7nK
TWO EXPERIENCED GIRL TAlBfte
waiters at 53 E. 3rd So. Savoy CafRsi'
EXPERIENCED DINING ROOM fEfeij
lunch counter girl. Wellington ""WS
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENEbJlJ
housework. Apply 223 6th E. ' J
COMPETENT GIRL: SMALL 'AJlIj8!
no washing. 531 1st nvr- .ftff.Jul
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEiVElWjjj
housework. Apply 420 m ave.
VFSIT IIENAGER'S ,'SINESS CfS,
lego before you decide to enter "'JKSIJ
whore. Day and night sessions. EntMUJg
any time. gc
EMPIRE-UTAH LALNDB1 CO., 3J,'j,!
W. TEMPLE ST. SSI??
WANTED. QUICKOrNG DWjuj
for road show: good nrnnte lira preror
salarv sure. Call 339 3" -
TJogiuwoman for srcqfljgfe,
work. 209 E. Ith So.
r-nnn GIRL FOR GENERAlTHpTM
G?v?S: Plain cooking. 269 W. Sth MjDi
I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ml I 1 I t'l j
ro Highest prices paid ror "jBft
hrSw rubber, etc. 1044 So. Stato stHCS
office' 123 State street. Bell
GREAT WESTERN SCRAP MEBfe
dealers In brass 5. copper. !Tr'dtQj
Bell phono 166 . 2o0 So. 1st wcat 2Htfj