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Jx THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, "WEDNESDAY MOBNINfl, FEBRUARY 1, 1911. - 9
Street Regards Harriman
fjHad Plans as Harbinger
fff of Good Times.
earnings of steel
k trust are $20,462,000
jjw Revenue for Year Great
Than During Preceding
HL VORK Jan. 31. The financial
Enn!ty was Interested chiefly today
K. .nnouncement that the Harriman
EX "would spend ?75.000.000 In the
fcement of that system In complct
K f double-tracking of the lines from
river to San Francisco and
Kib!e"tracklne portions of the Ore-
fla8ion'of the Union Pacific and
HHrn Pacific managements to under
JTlmnortant a project at this time
&?MPted " a i-fenlflcant expression
0?ndencc in prospective conditions.
l?-mrriman project and the quarterly
Kf the United States Steel corpor-2?-r-thc
noteworthy features of the
S(X statement of the steel cor
Kri for the Anal quarter of 1910
SlngS Voo?25.9?l,000. with net
Ptthe2tstatement would seem dls
Hihtln? In that the gross showing for
K2 was several millions below ex
'Kjoas. this being partly due to the
Beturns for the lasi month of the
l)LflInKS for the year, however, aggre
Fllif.l44.000, make a very favorable
JK&rison with those of 1909 and 100S,
Hjfwere $131.1,000 and $91,845,000.
reS-of the Hill railroad stocks
4Kl!ioclQted with developments of a
iKraH1e nature In the affairs of that
K Including the practical comple
af the subsidiary line In Washington
VfWon. owned jointly by Northern
fle and Great Northern, which is ex
JKed to add materially to the resources
KerlnB bv short Interests was a ma
Kl factor "In today's rise In prices and
Kdue no doubt to uneasiness over the
lness with which, certain active ls
K have been associated recently. This
SKececlully true of Southern Pacific.
Khern Pacific. United States Steel and
BonofVcre firm. Total sales, par value.
k.cuo. , .
aKlted States registered 3s advanced r.
HFcent on call.
B Closing Stock List.
iK" Sales.l H- I . iClao
HfialnTelT-fd -00 333 33 33
Elr Copper .... 7.600 64 63 635
fcr Agricultural .. 2,200 52 52 513
Kr'Bcot Suear "00 418 Hi 51i
HBeHcan Can .... 300 9i 9J 9J
Ber Car k F 600 55J 55 oo
CJtin 0fd"" 60 '3i
Sr 'Yccs'ecun!!!! "i.'sOO 2L "l9i 202
Utn Linseed .. 200 12 12 12
!Kr Locomotive 500 41 J 41 411
KV-m k Ref.... 5.500 "SI 78 78J
Kaferrcd 100 105 1 105 J 105i
aL Steel Foundries.... 451
Br Sugar Ref 200 116 1165 116
JBr Tel k Tel .... 4,100 1454 1441 1441
Tobacco pfd .. 100 94 943 943
JjKican Woolen .. 100 32J 32J 311
fondn Min Co... 1,300 392 38 383
flEeon 10.100 1061 105 J lOGg
ferrod 200 103 103 102
IEoftsl Line 3.000 123 120 1223
Koro & Ohio.., 2,200 1091 1091 109g
ehem Steel .. 2,000 333 33 33
Ktyn R T 2,100 773 773 77J
JW!nn Pacific ... 000 2093 208)209
KrLeather ... 600 313 314
Mjte'l: "Ohio!". "fi'fJOO "S51 'sij 85
H?Ol Western " ' 600 ' 2 i " " 23 1 233
werred 1.500 4S1 47 4Si
North west' n.. 2,700 1478 147 1473
Hfcll & St Paul... 9,200 1301 1291 130?
Hc.& St Louis 65
(,'Fuel k Iron.... 1.300 358 35 35
Southern ... 400 5S3 5S 57
IMtlldatcd Gas ... 4.700 1432 142143
Products 500 133 13S 13
IHHudson 200 1681 16S 16S
IHi tr k Rio G . . . . . 1001301 301 303
Hkfrrcd 100 703 701 70
Hgerfi' Secur .... 3001 345 341 341
IHppre'ferrod " '700 4S 473 471
Preferred .... 100 37 .17 36
Hnl Electric 400 154 154 154
Hftarihern pfd... 7.600 1298 1273 120
Bfbr Ore Ctfs 2.700 601 60 I 59
Central 200 1371 1371 13S
BTborout;h Mel ... TM 19J IOC 19
rJttarrc(l 1.700 541 533 54
Hr. Hnrvesler ....I 500 116 1151116
jBr ; .Marine pfd 1 17
W?atl Paper I 2.2001 13RI 123 138
IBnmtl Pump 7001 403 40 40
iK&ntT?1 10l)i ISJ 1S W
'.Clty Southern.. 1,2001 34 333 31
K?rrfd 200 67 67 665
Gas 1.60011123 112 1121
IBFTl'lc & .Vnsh... 2,7001146 144U45
iKJ? Sl Louis . . 00l 2SI 2S1 27
KP&,S Sle I.... I.... 138
Kan 4 Texas... 200 353 353 353
IB.! 100l 66 06 B63
..pur Pacific .... 2,100 51 501 503
IBF" Biscuit I 80011231 123 1123
Kr"5' ,raa 100 57 57 563
T"! M 2nd pfd.. S00 37R 37l 371
ftA!!i , Genlml.. 7.700 113qlll2alll3
fcv We"- 2001 421 428 42
Bv '-stfirn.. 4.3no,107,5li07 1107
Amrlcan .... 3001 723' 7221 7
?rrc!nc 27.K0WI?! "121EM23J
JK.i.'rT nl,' 1001 2B I 26 I 26
JP'b Gne 1S.300J12SJ11273U2R
KTg Co Tf0"1' ' " 1 ' I 98
l cf 1 - 1 ' " Vonl '34 ' I "?.3il 33s?
K'n.P?! Car.... I I .. iir.oi
fin.el Spr,nK 1 .1 ::: :1: : : : i MS
4Em& c,",' 76.r.nniis79i5fi!iiir.7R
800' 9S3I 98 ( OS
lR. iand Co I n.snnl nail 3231 33
K1' ' 7001 C4SI f.4 I 64
H; R,.,r 2(1 6nnl 42M 41 I 42
fftihWostern'-l 9nnl 30JI 30 .103
SKs"i".::L '""'! GS I MJ m
iJmEFn I i.snni r.R 1 65a' n.nfi
Bu Cop'ir .. snoi zr, 1 asfll an
KfftrJ " est ?10l 231' 2311 22
Brr,,lc Kson'l 1 176H77X
GKRuy.. I 'o0! 933! "J
imhr 'l 117,fionl sn I 7 791
4HCar fiift.i l.oOO 4.-il 443 45
673 CCjl 7
yBftd-- aooKinj "355I is
IKhc l& 1 nr , 1-nr,n! 7r,l Vfil
TP Snl05 far the day. 45.200 shares.
!fa Wl.iv.'-00 Iti'rlOB. lC0i22c.
IP cas lhVin',ip cases: at
Kfl""- 221c 171J)c: firsts. 21c:
RScr;.A Do,?ls, 15(0)151c:
S,; i55re.AmerICIls' 15W
'Ro3ak ?IctureB PlnJhod.
i$7 "0MU"' 1st LEka
LARGE EXPORTS OF
COPPER III JMIffl
Red Metal Finn in London, but
New York Market Is
-m 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 i r -i 1 1 1 : i- m-if
PEIOES OP METALS X
v . IN NEW YORK MAEKETS 4
f Copper (electro) S12.3l312.50 ?
T Jr?;ad J4.404.50
t Silver Toc 4
4 Silver In London . ..2?gd
XEW; YORK. Jan. 31. Standard cop
per quiet; spot. February. March, April
and May , $11.00612.10. London firm;
spot, o4 lis 6d; futures, 55 13s 9d.
Customliouso returns show exports so
far reported for January of 29,257 tons.
Local dealers reported p. somewhat
?c,fJIer. market. Lake coDDcr, $12.621
12 87J: electrolytic. ?12.37112.50 and cast
..nT,11' weLak a"d unsettled: spot, $42.75
110 Albunr7' March. April and May,
542.00(5)43.00. London, weak: spot and fu
. Jt0- duII 54.405?4.50 New York, $4.25
4,3J IJasL St- Louis. London, 12 lfis 3d.
.Piter. dull. 55.355.45 New York:
$n.2og)o.30 East St. Louis. London, 23
Iron Cleveland warrants. 49s 4d In
London, Locally Iron was steady; No. 1
foundry northern. ?15.25016.25; No. 2,
$14.75gig15.75; No. 1 southern, and No. 1
southern soft, $15.25ig15.7fi.
New York Bonds.
U S ref 2s reg;. .1003Inter-Met 4"s .. 79
do coupon ....1009 Inter M M 4s.. 68
Do 3s reg lOOfi Japan 4s 891
do coupon ....102 do 4s S51
do 4s reg 1153 K C So 1st 3s.. 93'
do coupon 115 Lake S d 4s 1931 93
Allis-C 1st os... 779 L & N Un 4s... 9S3
Am Ae 5s 1021 M K & T 1st 4s. 97
Am T & T cv 4s 83 do gen 4s...S63
Am Tob 4s S3 Mo Pac 4s 77
. dO 6s ., 106 N R of M 4s.. 95
Arm & Co 4s. 931 NYC gen 3s. SS
Atch gen 4s 99 do deb 4s 93
do cv 4s 10S NYNH&H cv 6s. 134
do cv 5s 110 N & "W 1 con 4s 981
At C L 1st 4s... 941 do cv 4s 107i
Bait & O 4s.... 99 Nor Pac 4s ....1001
do 35s 93 do 3s 70S
do S W 3s... 90S O S L rfdg 4s. 93
Brk Tr cv 4s... 831 Penn cv 31s 1915 962
Cent of Ga 5s.. 1075 do con 4s ..,.104
Sr,1 5sV 993 Read &e -3 ... 971
SuRR.Ni G 5s. 1231 SL & SF fg 4s. S21
Chcs & O 4s..lOU do sen 5s .... 97
oH1&PA01,11 3is 111 do lst Bold 4s. 90
C B & Q J 4s.. 95E Sea A L 4s ... 773
d0. Sen 4s .... 97S So Pac col 4s... 92
ZJLitP Sis 921 do cv 4s ggf
CRI&P,RR. c 4s' 74i d0 l6t ref 4s. 951
do rfg 4s .... 898 So Ry 5s 1073
S00 454 79 do Sen 4s.... 77
Colo Mid 4s .... 67 Union Pac 4s... 100
&&S r & ext 4s 983 do cv 4s 1051
SelP&T,HJid.cv 4s 0Si d0 1 and ref 4s 96
D & R G 4n. . . . 032 U S Rubber 68.1038
rid?mref -s 92 U 8 stccI 2d 53.105
Distillers os ... 77 Va Car Ch 5s..l01J
Eric prior 1 4s. S53 Wabash lst 5s. .1094
ao gen 4s .... 75 do 1 and cxt 4s 64
do cvser A.. 75 West Md 4s .... S6S
do 4s ser B 70 West Elec cv 5s 99
?? rE& c; 5s.149lWI.sc Cent 4s... 93
111 C lst ref 4s. 97Mq Pac ctfs.... 92
BOSTON. Jan. 31. Higher tones for
,nGS ?f 6.0ds simulated the raw
material market into increased activity
during the last week. Inquiries from
$ nTr1.mor; ?eneral. and the amount
of wool shipped .from Boston was larcer
than for some time. Prices held general
ly steady, as follows:
Texas Fine, twelve months, 5759c;
fine, six to eight months, 52'3555c: fine
California Northern 5355c: middle
county. ;"0tf?52c; southern. 464Sc: fall
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple. 63(2)64c;
eastern clothing. 6061c; valley No. 1.
Terrltorj Fine staple. 60(3!61c: nne
medium staple. 5S59c: fine clothlnp. 55
5STc: Mno medium clothing. 53(!54c:
half-blood combing. 5S60c; three-eights-blood
combing. 53g:55c: quarter-blood
Pulled Extra. 65c: fine "A," 5S60c;
"A" supers. 5355c.
Flour, Sugar, Etc.
NEW YORK, Jan. 31 Flour Dull
and nominally lower; receipts. 43.805 bar
rels: shipments. 9455 barrels.
Wheat Spot, .steady: No. 2 red. 98c
elevator and 98c f.ob. afloat: No. 1
northern Duluth. SI. 18 f.o.b. afloat. Fu
tures market was nervous and slightly
higher on covering, due to the recent
decline on steadier cables and lighter
receipts, closing 1c to c net higher.
May closed at 51.0.1B and July at $1,001.
Receipts, 43,200 bushels; shipment's. 23.
Mops Steadv; state common to choice.
1910 crop. 25ffi29c; 1909 crop. 1821c; Pa
cific coast, ldl.0 crop. 2022c: 1911 crop.
Sugar Raw, firm; muscovado, .89 test.
2.95c; centrifugal, .96 test. 3.45c; molassos
sugar. .89 test. 2.70c; refined sugar,
CHICAGO. Jan. 31. CIoso:
Wheat May, 96c; July, 933i938c: Sep
tember. 92c. ,
Corn May, 493c; July. 50Zc; Septem-
beOats May, 33333Sc: July, 332c; Sep
tember. 328c. , ,
Mess Pork, ncr barrel January, $2o.00;
July, 518.30; July. $17.67.
Lard, per 100 pounds May. S9.S0(fp
9.82; July. 59.70.
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds May.
S9 77; July. $9,571.
Rye Cosh. No. 2. 82c
Barley Cash, 65fi94c.
Timothy Cash, ?8.2510.25; March,
Clover Cash, $10.0013.50; March,
NEW YORK. Jan. 31. Evaporated ap
ples, quiet and steady, with small offer
ings on the spot; fancy are quoted at 12
jj13c; choice, lKWlllc; prime, 10103c;
cold storage, SlilOc.
Prunes, firmly held, owing to tho small
stocks; quotations, range from 6ICDIH0
for Californlas up to 30-40s and 9!g115c
for Orcgons from 80s to 30s.
Apricots, dull but firm: choice. 13c;
extra choice. 13133c; fancy. 133SU4c.
Poachen. quiet and steady; choice. 7tf2
73c; extra choice, S8Jc: fancy. 83(91c.
Raisins, firm, with a quiet trade: loose
muscatels are quoted at 5f?Cc: cholco
to fancy seeded, 617c: sccdlcaH. 43?6c;
London" layers. $1,400)1.45.
New York -Money.
NEW YORK. Jan. 31. Prime mercan
tile paper, 4 to 4 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business In bankers bills at $4.83.1057)4.83.25
for sixty days and $4,86 for demand.
Commercial bills, $4.S24.82J.
Bur silver, 523c.
Mexican dollars, 45c.
Government bonds steady; railroad
Monev on call steady at 2B321c; ruling
rate. 28c; closing bid, 23c: offered at
Tlmo loans steady: sixty days. 23i?3c.
and ninety days. 3c; six months, ZWZlz-
Ooffco Futures Steady.
NEW YORK. Jan. 31. Coffee futures
cloKed barely steady at a not advance of
2 to 8 points. Sales, 49.000 bags. Feb
ruary. 510.70; March, $10.75; April. S10.7S;
Ma v. 510.82; June, $10.81: July. $10.80,
AugtiHt. $10.70; September, $10.60; Octo
ber. $10 50; November. $10.45; December,
510,40. , ,
Coffie Spot, oulel; No. 1 Rio, 13c;
Pontos No I. 131c; mild coffee, quiet;
Cordova, 133JT153c, nominal.
WHEAT UP 1 NOTCH
Bears' Special Reports of Sur
plus, but Cereal Advances
CHICAGO, Jan. 31. Speculators
caused a slight advance In wheat today
through buying for a rally which they
asserted was due to follow the recent
7-ccnt decline. The market closed
steady at a net gain of a shade to c.
Corn finished c to 3c up; oats off
itffjc to Be advance, and provisions 2c
to 17Jc down, except that In January
pork a month-end squeeze put up the
price $2 a barrel and for ribs 60 cents,
The wheat market was nervous, but
narrow, from the start. Tho bull side
received aid from tho fact that primary
receipts were lighter. On behalf of the
bears, It was urged that the west and
tho Bouthwost wore burdened with cash
wheat, both Omaha and Kansas City
having sold considerable No. 2 hard to
come to Chicago.
Friends of higher prices, however, de
rived satisfaction from an unsettled de
crease In the world's avallablo supply.
For the May delivery, fluctuations during
the session ran from 95gc to 96c. with
the close l(gc up at 96c.
Corn was strengthened by an authori
tative estimate reducing the Argentine
surplus ten million bushels. May ranged
between 498f493c and 49349ic closing
firm at 493c, a net rise of c. Cash corn
was steady. No. 2 yellow finished at
Oats, despite being active, were weak
on account of big receipts. High and
low points for May were 34c and 338c.
with last sales fi)Jc net lower at 33
A email but stubborn operation In the
produce market caused flurries In Jan
uary, pork and ribs, the outcome belnj?
an advance of $2 In once case and 60
cents In the other. Hog products oth
erwise dragged lower pork, 7'c to 17c;
lard, 21c to 17c. and ribs 5c to 7c.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open High Low Close
May 96 96 958 96
July 931 93 93 939
September . 92 92 91g 92
May 498 49Z 498 493
July 50 501 503 50?.
September . 512 513 518 - 513
May 33Z 34 338 338
July 333 331 33 338
September . 32J 321 32 323
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
easy: No. 2 rye, 82c: feed or mixing
barley. 65750; fair to choice malting,
S4S92c: flax seed. No. 1 southwestern.
$2.55; No. 1 northwestern. $2.68; timothy
seed, $10.5010.60; clover. $14.75; mess
pork, per barrel, $20.25320.60; lard, per
100 pounds, $9,821; short ribs, sides
(loose), $10.00(p10.62; short clear sides
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 91.000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 687,000 bushels, compared
with 780,000 bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. The world's vlsiblo
supply, as shown by Bradstrect's. de
creased 645,000 bushels. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow; Wheat. 37 cars;
corn. 292 cars; oats. 216 cars; hogs, 30,000
Available Wheat Supply.
NEW YORK. Jan. 31. Special cable
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstrcet's show the following
changes In available supplies as com
pared with previous account:
Wheat United States east of Rockies,
decrease 345,000 bushels; Canada, do
crease 200.000 bushels; total United
States and Canada, decrease 545,000
bushels; afloat for and In Europe, de
crease 100,000 bushels: total American
and European supply, decrease 645,000
Corn United States and Canada, In
crease 1,493.000 bushels.
Oats United States and Canada, in
crease 740,000 bushels.
Flax, Oats and Eye.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 31. Flax
closed at $2.64.
Corn, No. 3 yellow, 43431c.
Oats, No. 3 white. 30$f303c.
Rye. No. 2, 780
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 31. Wool unchanged;
medium grades, combing and clothing.
22tf?23c; light fine. 20(ji22c; heavy fine,
1517c; tub washed. 2023c.
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JAMES k POLLOCK S GO,
Bankers and Brokers
333-335 South Mam St.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
New Felt Building.
Corr ofp ondenta. Mombcrs New York,
Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
and Boston Stock Exchanges, Chicago
Board of Trade and New York Cotton
Private wlreu to all the world
Orders executed in any market.
Listed stocks carried on liberal terms.
Orders in Utah mining and cornmor
cial stocks given special attention.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that undor and
by virtue of an order Issued out of tho
Third district court In and for Salt Lake
county, state of Utah, made and entered
on tho 25th day of January. 1911, all
creditors of the Louvre CatarlnR and
Cafe company, a corporation, aro or
dered and required to fllo their claims
with the undersigned receiver of tho
Louvro Catering and Cafo company, on
or before Saturday tho 11th day of Feb
GEORGE F. BUSCH. Receiver.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS ANNUAL
Utah Savings &. Trust Company.
Tho annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of tho Utah Savings & Trust com
pany, a corporation, will bo held on
Monday, tho Cth day of February, 1911,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at Its general place
of business, No. 235 Main street, Salt
Lake City, Utah, for the election of offi
cers and transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before tho
meeting HEBER M. WELLS,
Secretary Utah Savings & Trust Com
National Bank of the Republic
A Ihorouphly modern savings depart
ment conducted In connection with this
bank. Safe deposit boxes for rent. U. S.
Frank Knox, preoldont: James A. Mur
ray, vlco president; W. F", Earls, cashier:
E- A. Culbcrtoon, assistant cashier.
Capital paid In, J300.00U. Interest Dili
..on time deposits.
CHICAGO, Jan. 31. Cattle Receipts
estimated at 6000; market steady. Beeves.
I4.907.00; Texas steers. S4.5O06.OO;
stockers and feeders, $3.70g5.S0; cows
and heifers. $2.606.00; calves, 57.2G
H&gs Receipts estimated at 1S00; mar
ket, slow at yesterday's market. Light,
$7.80S.10; mixed. S7.70ff7.90: heavy.
$7.8008.00; rough, $7,45fi7.S5: good to
choice heavy. 57.4507.60: pics. $7.6007.85;
bulk of salos. $7.6508.15.
Sheep Receipts estimated at 18,000;
market steady. Native. $2.5004.00 west
ern. $2.7504.40: yearlings. $4.5005.60:
lambs, native, $4.5006.20; western, $4.50
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 31. Cattlo Re
ceipts, 13,000; market steady 'to 10c lower.
Native steers, $5.2500.75; natlvo cows
and heifers. $3.2506.25; stockers and
feeders. 54.0005.90, bulls, $4.0005.10.
calves. $4.7508.25. western steers. 54.000
Hogs Receipts, 15.000; market steady
to strong. Bulk of sales. $7.70 07.75;
heavy, $7.0507.75; packers and butchers,
$i.707.SO: lights. S7.7507.SO.
Sheep Receipts, 3000; market steady to
10c lower. Muttons. $3.8004.40; lambs.
55.5006.00; fed wethers and vearllngs,
54.00 05.40; fed western ewes, $5.8004,10.
OMAHA. Neb.. Jan. 31. Cattlo Re
ceipts, 5000; market steady to easier.
Natlvo steers. $5.0006.50. cows and heif
ers. $3.2505.5Or western steers. S4.750
6.00; range cows and heifers. 55.0001.75;
canners, 52.8503.00; stockers and feeders.
$3.5006.00; calves, 54.OO0S.5O; bulls,
stags, etc.. $3.7505,25.
Ifogs Receipts. 11.500; market 5c
lower. Heavy. 57.3007.50; mixed. 57,400
7.50; light. $7.5007 60; pigs. 516.5007.50;
bulk of sales, 57.4007.50.
Sheep Receipts. 12.000: market slow
to 10c dower. Yearlings. 54.3004.05;
wethers. ' $3.300 4. 10; ewes. 53.3006.85;
South St. Joseph.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SOUTH ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Jan. 31.
Sheep Receipts, 5000; prospects slow,
weak; lambs, 55.6006.00: yearlings. 54.90
05 JO; wethers. 54.0004.35; ewes, 53.75
Cattle Receipts. 350; prospects steady
to 10c lower: steers, 55.4006.75; cows
and heifers, $3.75 05.75; canners, $3,250
4.00; feeders, 54.2505.75.
London Wool Auctions.
LONDON, Jan. 31. The offerings at
the wool auction sales today amounted to
14,120 bales. Good merinos and fine
crossbreds sold readily at firm values;
mediums and crossbreds were obtainable
around the opening rates. Most of the
offerings were taken by tho home trade.
Notice 1b hereby given by the City
Council of Salt Lako City of the Inten
tion of such council to mako tho follow
ing described improvement, to wit:
To grade, and gutter and curb with
cement, and construct storm sewer In
side curb of vitrified pipe eight (8). ten
(10) and twelve (12) Inches In diameter,
and across streets of wrought Iron pipe
twelve (12) Inches In diameter; also con
struct Inlet to storm sewer from gutter,
of vitrified pipe eight (8) Inches In
diameter; also construct of cement water
boxes two (2) feet by two (2) feet, said
vitrified and iron pipe and water boxes
being for the purpose of taking care of
storm and Irrigation water, and dis
tributing irrigation water, on Seventh
East street between Martin and Tempest
avenues, in paving district No. 31, and
defray the abutters portion of the cost
and expense thereof, estimated at thir
teen thousand eighty-eight and 47-100
(513.088.47) dollars, or two and 43-100
($2,43) dollars per front or llnoar foot
abutting said Improvement, there being
6386.2 foot of abutting property, by a
local assessment upon tho lots or pieces
of ground within tho following described
district, being the district to be affected
and benefited by said Improvement,
Tho west side of lots 9. 10 and 11',
block 15; the west side of lots 23 to 30,
inclusive, Violet addition, block 15; the
north 146.1 feet of tho west sldo of lot
7, tho south 115.5 feet of the west side
I of lot 7. the west side of lots 4, 5 and 6,
block 15; the west sldo of lots 28 to 36.
Inclusive, Perkins's Fourth addition, block
16; the west side of lot 2, block 15; tho
east side of lots 1 and 37, and 16 to 2S,
Inclusive, block 1, Marlon Park addition,
block 14; the east side of lots 1, and 13
to 22, Inclusive block 1. Maryland sub
division, block 14; the cast sldo of' lots
49 to 52. Inclusive, and the east sldo of
lots 1 to 4. Inclusive. Grand Haven sub
division, block 14; the oast side of lot
16. block 14; the ea3t sldo of lots 1, and
19 to 23. Inclusive, block 1. Ouray Placo
subdivision, block 14; tho east side of
lots 1 to 10. Inclusive, block 1, Mldvalo
subdivision, block 14; the cast side of
lots 1, 19 and 20. block 14. all In Five
acre plat A. Big Field survoy.
Tho total cost of said Improvement Is
estimated at fourteen thousand forty-six
and 14-100 (514.046.14) dollars, of which
sum tho city's portion Is nine hundred
fifty-seven and 67-100 ($957.67) dollars,
leaving thirteen thousand eighty-eight
and 47-100 (513.0S8.47) dollars to bo raised
by local assessment.
All protests and objections to tho
carrying out of such Intention must bo
presented In writing, stating therein lot
and block- or description of property, to
the City Recorder on or before tho 6th
day of February. 1911, being tho tlmo
set by said council when It will hear and
consider such protests and objections as
may be mado thereto.
By order of tho City Council of Salt
Lako City. Utah.
Dated November 7th. 1910.
B. S. RrVES. City Recorder.
Curb and Gutter Extension No. 16.
'NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
Salt Lako City, Jan. 14, 1911,
"Scaled proposals will be received at
this office until 7:30 o'clock p. m. Febru
ary 3, 1911, for tho work for construct
ing cement sldowalks In sldowalk
extension No. 153, on both sides
of Ninth avenue. K street to
M street, except 165 feet on south side
running east from K street, according
to plans on fllo In tho city engineer's of
fice. Instructions to bidders, together with
plans, profiles, specifications and forms
for contract and bond, may be obtained
upon application at tho offico of the
board of public works or tho city engi
neer. Tho right is reserved to reject nny and
By order of the board of public work3.
U. G. McMILLAN. Chairman.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that tho under
signed, rocoiver of the Louvre Catering
and Cafe company, u corporation, under
and by virtue, of an ordor Issued out of
the Third district court In and for Salt
Lake county, state of Utah will receive
scaled bids upon all of the property,
business, good will and leasehold Inter
est of the Louvro Catering and Cafe
company, a corporation, under tho fol
lowing terms and conditions, to wit:
All bids to be sealed and delivored to
tho undersigned on or before 6 o'clock
p. m. on Saturday, tho 11th day of Feb
ruary. 1911. and to bo accompanied bv a
certified check, payablo to George' F.
Buach. receiver, for at least one-tenth or
the total amount bid.
All bids to separately and distinctly
sot forth, first, the amount bid for fur
niture, fixtures and personal nropertv
other than supplies, liquors, wines,
cigars, tobacco and outstanding ac
counts. Second. tho amount. bid
for all supplies, wines, liquors, ci
gars and tobaccos. Third, the amount
bid for the leasehold estate upon a por
tion of the basement under tho Semloh
hotel, situate nt Second South and State
streets. Salt Lako City. Utah, together
with the good will of tho business of said
Louvro Catering and Cafe companv
Fourth, the amount bid for outstanding
accounts as shown by tho books of tho
said company. Fifth, the total amount
bid for all tho personal property, furn:
turu. flxturon. wines, liquors, clsars. to
baccos, outstanding accounts, business,
good will and leasehold Interest of tho
said Louvre Catering and Cafe company.
All right to accept or reject any and
all of said bids Is heroby reserved b
the undersigned, subject to confirmation
of tho said court.
GEORGE F. BUSCH Receiver.
I?atcd this 25th day of January, 1911.
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Notice Is hereby given by the city
council of Salt Lako City of tho Inten
tion of such council to make the follow
Inc described Improvement, to wit:
Extending and lnylnjr sower laterals of
vitrified rdpo elpht (S) Inches In dimeter
on all streets within tho district bounded
on the north by Fourth North street, on
tho east by "West Capitol street, on the
south by First North street, and on tho
west by First West street, in sewer dis
trict No. 1. said laterals to be built on
both sides of all wide streets, and In tho
center of all narrow streets, and defray
tho abutters' portion of the cost and ex
pense thereof, estimated at twenty-four
thousand four hundred twenty-ono and
G4-100 (?2-U21.G4) dollars: one thousand
five hundred thlrtv-elpht and 56-100
(J153S.B6) dollars, or two and 4G-100
($2.16) dollars per front or linear foot of
abutttlng property for sewer on both
sides of streets, there being: 625.43 feet
abuttlnp said portion of said Improve
ment' and twenty-two thousand olpht
hundred elphty-thrco and 8-100
(S22.SS3.0S) dollars, or ono and 23-100
($1.23) dollars per front or linear foot of
abutting property for sewer In center of
streets, there being 18,604.13 feet abut
ting said portion of said lm?wnment.
by a local assessment upon the lots or
plecos of ground within the following do
scrlbcd district, helng the distrlc to bo
affected and benefited by said Improve
SEWER ON SIDES OF STREETS.
Fronting on North Main street:
All of lots 1. 2 and 4. block 8. plat E.
Salt Lako City survey.
SEWER IN CENTER OF STREETS.
Fronting on Almond street:
Tho south 80.6 feet of lot 8. all of lots
3. 4 and 7. tho north 1S5.25 feet of lot
6. the north 03.5 foot of lot 1. block 6:
the south 56.25 feet of lot 11. all of lots
10, and 5 to 8, Inclusive, the north 109.5
feol of lot 4. block 5: all of lots 5. 6 and
7. the nortn 100.77 feet of lot 1. block 14:
all of lota 4. 5 and 6, the north 100.75 feet
of lot 3. block 13. plat E.
Fronting on Vine street:
The south 42.5 feet of lot 11. all of lots
0 and 10. the north 83.25 feet or lot 7.
block 5; tho south 152.5 feet, of lot 7. all
of lots 2 to 6. Inclusive, block 7: all of
lots 3 and 4, block 4, plat H.
Fronting on Center street:
Tho south 80.5 foot of lot S. all of lots
1, and n to 12. Inclusive, block 7; all of
lots 1. 5 and 6. block 4: the north 105.35
feet of lot 1, block 5; all of lots 2 and
5. the north 85 feot of lot 1. block 8.
Fronting on North Main street:
All of lots 1, 6. 7 and 8. block 12; all
of lots 3, 4 and 5, block 11: all of lots
1 and C. block 17: all of lots 2. 3 and 4.
block IS; tho south 11C.90 feot of lot 6.
all of lots 1. 7 nnd 8, block 20: all of
lots 1 to 4, Inclusive, block 19, plat E.
Fronting on Wall street:
All of lots 1. 7 and 8. block 11. plat E:
all of lots 1 to 9, Inclusive, block 2. plat
J; all of lots 1. 5 and 6. block IS. plat
E; the south 45.59 foot of lot 7. all of
lots 1 to G. Inclusive, block 3. plat J: all
of lots 1 to 4. Inclusive block 19, plat Er
all of lots 1 to 12, Inclusive, block 5,
Fronting on West Capitol street:
All of lots 1 to 9, Inclusive, block 2:
all of lots 1 to 7, Inclusive, block 3; all
of lots 1 to 12. Inclusive, block 5; tho
sotith 127 feet of lot 1. block 6: all of
lot G, block 7, plat J.
Fronting on Zano avenuo:
Tho east 305 feet of lot 1. block 30.
plat E; all of lots 1 to 4. Inclusive, the
east 25 feot of lot 5. block 6. plat J.
Fronting on Quince street:
All of lots 7 and S. the north 140 feot
of lot 1, block 22; all or lot 2. the south
273.5 feet of lot 3. block SI, plat E.
Fronting on Third North street?
The cast 103.33 feet of lot 2. tho west
133.54 feet of lot 1, block 31; tho east
79.5 feet of lot 4. all of lot 5, tho west
SG.9G feet ot lot 6, block 1G; tho east
140 feet of lot 2. the west 140 feet
of lot 1. block 20; the east 84 feet of lot
4, all of lot 5", tho west 84 feet of lot
6, block 17; tho east 190 feet of tho
west 215 feot of lot 1. block 19; the cast
100.40 feet of lot 4. the west 100,40 feet
of lot 5. block 18, plat E, tho west 191
feet of lot 7. block 3; tho oast 192 feet
of the west 217 feot of lot 1, block 5,
Fronting on Apricot avenue
Tho cast 92 feet of lot 3. all of lot
2, the west 170.4 feet of lot 1, block 16;
the east 22G foot of tho west 251 feet
of lot 7, block II: tho cast 60.14 foot of
lot 6. tho west 106.84 feet of lot 7. block
13; the cast S4 feot of lot 3. all of lot 2.
the west S4 foot of lot 1. blojk 17: tho
eust 138.36 feet of lot 5, tho west 140
foot of lot 6. block 12. the oast 133.43
feet of lot 2, the -west 133 feet of lot 1.
block IS' the east S5 feet of lot 5. all
of lot G, tho west 85 feet or lot 7. block
11. plat E.
Fronting on Second North streot:
Tho east .14S.3G feot of lot 2. thn west
13S.34 feet of lot 1, block 12; the east
102.8S feet of lot 3. tho west 123.65 foot
of lot 4, block S: the east 85 feet of I
Jot 3. all of lot 2, the west 85 feet 6f lot
1. block 11: the cast 115.25 feet of lot,
7. nil of lots S. 9 and 10. Cnnltol (subdi
vision, block 10; the west 7!).4 feet of 1
lot 10, block 1. plat E: that part of i
tho southwest quarter of section 31. town
ship 1 north, range 1 cast, fronting on
Second North street. commencing 79.4
feel east of Wall street, thence east 80.6
foet: tho oast 170 frot of the west 195
feet of lot 1. block 2. plat J, Salt Lake
All protcats and objections to the carry
ing out of such intention must be pre
sented In "writing, stating therein lot and
block, or description of property, to the
City RocKdijr on or beforo the 6th day
of February,. 1911, being the time sot by
said Council when it will hear and con
sider such protests and objections as may
be made thereto.
By order of tho City Council of Salt
Lake City. Utah.
Dated August 23, 1909.
I?. S. RIVES. City Recorder.
ft'ewer Extension No. 248. a2024
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