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9. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1912. 3
Bjncent J. Grass ancl wile
K Find It Impossible to
K Live Together.
KlFE SEEKING DIVORCE
:Mvoes of ;i Number of Other
M: Couples Also Heard at
ft or r voyage of twenty years
3K there of matrimony, the con
IflLjl ship of Vincent .1. Grass and
wBica Grass has been wrecked on tlio
lKks of discord and the second move
tiBiafuit for divorce was made yester
Kvio Judce C. Morse's aivinioii of
K Jstrict conrl. On a hearing tor
Cnorary alimony and attorney's fcoa.
defendant was ordered to pay $1J0
ijKaonth and $25 for attorney's fees.
ijTvifois the plaintiff.
fM(;nfs is n blacksmith, who recently
MKpcd a shop in Garfield, where his
7,BJ,i,nfl family refused to follow him.
alKtr children, the youngest or whom is
,i jK year of ajic, remain with their.
'"BlTOintcrlocut.ory -Ici-recs were grant.
iB'irivcs at. yesterday's session. Min
4iSHe MiliebTC?, who charged her hns
Ej Otto V. Mlllerbcrg, with using
!Bci)t language and. accusing her ot
''Kithfiiliicss. was given a decree with
iflHs month alnnouy and .o0 attorney s
One of hor accusations against
'STbosband was that he had locked her
-K of the house on an elusion when
iljE'ind ?onu to a phow wil!i her daugh-
tjBll'dccrcc was also granted Ksther 0.
.vWllen against hen C. Jlallen. This
formerlv set for hearing some
MfHth ago, had been postpon&l in the
,tJjHj tlmt the couple could effect a
jBCiliation. but this proved futile.
T plaintiff charged her husband with
,Kting to excess:, keeping late hours
19jE treating herself and hor infant
tiHi unkindly. Xo contest was made.
. fobahilities of reconciliation being
fctcd resulted in the postponement
bWfWrjivond cases. Pearl Godwin and
ttfflfcrd Godwin havf) almost agreed to
"i djHb another effort to "live happily
vBJ afterward" and their case wis
Mptponed a month. Godwin was not
Hfd for his failure to a.pponr in court
gjB'irrrk, com iueing the court that
i -iMud been too ill to appear. He signi
?Hl bis intentions of supporting his
tK ami child, the suit, being on the
Mpnd5 of non-support.
'.Kknna Pike :ind William Pike a.lso
aBe given another week to bcoiao
JCTHfidlf.l before the trial of their
WR"nml Clarissa Reed March and
lff'3fcc.1. 'Marsh and Winnie Vim Duu
i'Kind .boob A Van Duureu also se-s-'gBw
a week 's. pol ponomcnt.
'atiBdty Is Alleged.
.V02 Harro) was awarded 10 a
r dSM1 alimon and attorney's ices
WjBjtaz Hie 'trial of her suit for di
3panit Edwin llarrop. The Jat
MftK1 M pl"")ber. now employed in
.jWii. while the plaintiff is working
" jopporl herself an 1 her 2-yuar-old
JaflR' '!e allcgpf, desertion and cruelly.
jj8 jiBfiit of May Simons against Leon
jjRoons was postponed iixlefinil elv.
ftB!'fl wus had on defendant by pub
;,alBwn a.n,l a sufficient lime lias not
itfejH since the notice was published.
(tfiiiiVi r8"''' f Angola, Ma.zuehi against
'YyK.azMirhi was dismissed on an or
.j pv'j "nw cause and will he heard in
,w JiBnnialil on a petition for modifica
1 'O'li't ' order.
ii dJE Cd Cjluacs Kidney Disease.
tiiBy by driving blood from the sur
tJttjB.and congesting tho kidneys, and
tWjbv throwing too much work upon
IflSflK' Foley Kidney PUla strengthen
1 ildB; no-'3, srive lono to ,lle ""nary
IJieWBpaDd restore the normal action of
rfsgJIP'far. They aro tonic in action,
?2i(Pin results. Try them. Schramm
1J ipi drugs, "Tho never substi
't&'yK' ' 'vc "d stores.
' il.tBB .
IsSK.B SHOW, LOS ANGELES,
a ftiRPv. March mtb. Tickets on sale
H$' n400" 'rouud lrip via
JK JEEFE0T equipment
"K mon-oy' hllt (loes perfect work.
favKtSl' C,ent"ry renting Co., 55
(i jjjK-Pice place.
1 2SBtoi,,lapl'- of cIty. bas pro
idK '' V'c D,-oret iiiiiscinii a relic of
aiBilii; ..' nianufiu:lurinK days. Jt Is
(rtSB? poWcr' Ji'ff about six Inches in
-x!1KPivir,,nf Pottery whk male about
jS5 in ,'" Kcese. who Iiatf a little
i1 "K. ln. ' tlui vicinity of North
Sh, a 1'inih West "streets, on
.Linl Y '.IK,'idod in the Orcpon
Hhat n.xtnUon yls- H was Intend -
gBWv,; 2 P.,e:'0 s,l,,llI,i be decorat.cd
rtLL , f Uio. jupr. However, an ac
filB'S,,1 V10 v n-il turned It
OFKr t I "1 ,ll,e spots and border now
K"'Bcimftie "Jj'P'y colored black under
!,Kvi i?,, ,rhe ""kca of silver had
f -tr :.K '"e baking process. Mr. ruose
l'w tWie 2?.i JU in cbnrge of the Iciln.
iJlfH ',Bq, "fleeted to withdraw the piece
-w iBptill,!:'"" pvcr-buK-ed. turnlnt? the
t lUfl,,MlJi i, blck. and laolns the enam
f a .li?PraWe "acks. Xevc-rthe-'fc
tyy'derod to h a valuable ad
iJBtoXiLr niiiumV nolloctlon. On
r c?. Jl,t' if! tl,c Inseripllon,
?ure Product of
SPrigs. You will
HOLDS BUTTER COST
Social Service Commission of
Episcopal Church Explains
Views of Situation.
Benrlnp: up,on t'nc orcscnt agitation rc-cnrdlnc-
the sellinp: by sroccrs and dairy
men of "pound" packages of butter that
fall short of the required weight, Tho
Tribune has received the following com
munication from the social service com
mission of the Episcopal church for the
district of Utah:
To the People of Salt Lake Citv:
Several months ago we called your
attention to a custom nrcvailin? here
of selling packages, containing less
than sixteen ounces of butter, at
prices fixed by iniotations clsewnere
on full-weight pounds. The atate
chemist figured that the creamei"
men were thus getting an illegitimate
profit of SVJn.OOO per year. Later, tho
local butter producers agreed to put
full sixteen ounces in each package,
but some are now failing to keon this
agreement. Tf this were merely a
matter of business we would have
nothing to sa.y. But it la not a busi
ness problem wholly. It Is a vital
moral matter that has come to trou
ble not only the country, but the
world That the cost of living is
largely moral and less economic is
a'nown nowhere and nohow moro con
clusively than in the prevailing price
of butter in the state of Utah. Tho
creamery men today arc purchasing
their hotter fat by the pound of six
len ounces at a price flxod by the.
F.lgln quotation, which has for some
time been less than HO cents per
pound. Hut they ar nelling their
butter come of them at least In
packages weighing from one-half to
an ounce less t'nan a pound, at. such
price as the "traffic will bear."
That prier is 35 cents wholesale, the
highest of any city In tho country.
The price in Portland Is .111 cents;
San 7'ranciseo. 31 J rents; Philadel
phia. ::i cents; New York. 30 cents:
St. Louis. 20 cents; Chicago. '2S
cents; Kansas City. "7 conts. a.ll on
Butler Is tltc one medium by the
price of which tlm cost of living is
measured. This is shown in Presi
dent Taft's special message to con
gress on I'oe high cost of living. In
tho European countries the price of
butter marks the menu in tho scale
of living expenses. Thus the com of
living In Salt Lake City waits noon
the rise and fall in the price of
The question here, is largely a. moral
one. jMoral wrongs can be rJxbted
without the intervention of law. by
the righteous demands of the people.
We ask you to slrivo v.ith us to com
pel the creamery men to give full
weight pounds of butter, for Wnlch
we pay the highest price of any city
in the country, by demanding full
SOCIAL SICUVJOli: COIWMISSTON OF
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH FOR
THE DISTRICT OF UTAH.
COLONIAL THEATER "Tho Deep
Purple " Matinee today, 2:JTi. Cur
tain tonight, S:ir..
ORPHECJM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. All week. Matinca daily
at 2:15. Evening curtain, 8:15.
CARrilCIC Tl J EATEIX Th) Garrick
Players will present "The Dollar
Mark." .Matlneo today, 2:iri. Cur-
- lain tonight, S:lu.
ISM PR ESS T H EATER - S ul 1 i v a 1 1 - Con -sldinc
vaudeville. Matlnop daily a.t
C:S". Two "veiling performances, at
7:.".n and 9:l.r. BUI changes Wednes
The Arrnstrons-Mlzner play. "The Deep
Purple." will be foph at the Colonial for
the last two times thiji afternoon and
evening. The cast, which includes such
well-known names an Anne Sutherland,
Waller 151 wards, Lyster ChanihorH, Hurry
Milliard and Dan Currier, in one of ex
ceptional strength. Tho play deals with
the underworld of New York and holds
Ihe attention of th audience for four
acts without tho slightest, break.
A I the Orpheum this wock is a pair of
foreign surrobntp who perform a number
of remarkable feats. Thy are Hi Par
roltV, who are making their Ural Amer
ican icnir. Their work on the flying
rings is interesting, and tho -omedian
of t 1 1 dtio has a. fpv new wrinkles that
are really funny. Commencing with to
morrow's matinee, t lie new bill will carry
fortv entertainers, including the Arkaloff
Rus'alnn Kakalalka orchestra.
"So Ixmg. Mary." "The Popular Mil
lionaire." "Forty-five Minutes From
Broadway," "Mary Is a. Grand Old Name"
In fact, every one of the Cohancsque
song compositions of "Forty-five Minutes
From Broadway," will he heard at the
Garrick next week when that play will
be olfered by tho Garrick players, begin
ning Sunday night. The piece stands as
one of tho swiftest, cleverest comedies of
its kind, and its production In stock will
be a decided novelty In local theatrical
Slender and youthful, Sylvester Metxet
tl. the athlete who Is doing strango
tilings at the Empress this week, has
the distinction of being the only man
In the world who performs that most
talkod-of tumbling feat. Ihe triple somer
sault. Others perform It AVlth what Is
known a-s a flying start, but young
Metr.ettl Is the first to accomplish It
from a standing position. This week's
Empress bill is replete with good things.
Coinpiuiy A of the National Guard Sig
nal corps, under Captain Bo won, has
been Invited to attend "Tho Charity
Ball." which will be frlven for two per
formances at the Colonial next Tues
day afternoon and evening. The corps
will appear in dress uniform.
The St. Ann's Orphanage concert, to
be given at the Salt Lake theater this
evening, promises to be one of tho most
Bucoeeoful entertainments for charity of
the season. Tickets for the concert went
on' sales yesterday morning with a long
Hno of purchasers walling. Indications
are" that the house will be. completely
sold out. Tickets already secured may
be reserved for reserve scats,
Sundav and Monday nights of next
week tlic Colonial will have for its at
traction Mori H. Singer's musical revue,
"Mlus Nobody From Starland." MIbii
Olive Vail will be seen In the role she
created In this piece, and the company
pnnnorLIng her Is said to be one of the
best tr?vcllV.ff under the Singer ban
ner. Tlic first day's sale of seats for the
inrVl engagement of "The Pink Lady,"
which will he the attraction at tho Salt
T nirV theater all next week, commencing
Monday n ht indicates that the plcco
will do a record business. In less than
fo ir ho nr' time S2000 was passed
thr nig the hox office window by eager
malices In New York.
SLOGANS FOR CITY 1
Enthusiastic Boosters Con
tinue to Suggest Signifi
. cant Epigrams.
B. II. Roberts Is one of the most re
cent contributors in the -SalL Lake
slogan compotltion. He makes several
suggestions, as Indicated In the fol
GREAT S'ALT LAKE CITY.
That Is simple and hikes back to
the city's original name. It might
not, liowcver, be sufficiently definite
and pet'aaps would bo taken as re
ferring merely to the city by tiie
Great Salt Lake, so 1 suggest:
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY MEANS.
SALT LAKE CITY. GREAT!
If It is thought that should need a
little elaboration it could be made
to stand as follows:
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY MEANS,
SALT LAKE CITY GREAT:
GREAT IN RESOURCES.
GREAT IN OPPORTUNITIES.
If a more descriptive slogan should -be
desired It could stand as fol
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY MEANS.
SALT LAKE CITY GREAT:
GREAT IN IUSSOU ROES'.
GREAT IN OPPORTUNITIES.
UNIQUE IN HISTORY.
BEAUTIFUL FOR SITUATION.
Tf it is desired to dron from staid
prose to jingle for a rally cry in
convent ion. etc.. then the slogaji
could be made to stand as follows;
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY MEANS.
SALT LAKE CITY GREAT:
GREAT IN HER RESOURCES.
GREAT IN OPPORTUNITIES.
UNIQUE IN HISTORY.
RAM. RA.U. RAJ I SALT LAKE
G R K A T!
A. C. Ewlng considers this to bo a,
good one: "If you do not want 1o be
come a booster don't top at Salt
John S. Cntchlow says that ro far
Vie has not been able to think of any
thing bettor than the utterance of Brig
liain Young when he first set. foot on
Salt Lake soil: "Tide is the place."
Hero Is another, contributed bv a
THE 'TS-ER" OV THEM. ALL.
There are cities, and to spare.
North and south and everywhere.
Each some snorial Haim to great
ness ha.v a call:
Rut when you have gono around
You'll conclude what 1 "nave found,
Salt I,akn City stands tho "IS-er"
of them all."
Some may flaunt a. vanished fame.
Others crave a future nanio;
There are has-beens, there arc
towns that never fall:
Some go forward, some go back.
Some to clorv, some to rack
Salt Lake Cltv stands tho "IS-er"
or them all.
W. A. A.
To feel tired after exertion la one
thine: to feel tirod before is another.i
Don't, say the latter is laziness it
isn't; but it'o a Bijrn that tho syhtom
lacks vitality, is funning 3own, and
needs the tonic effect of Hood's Sar
saparilla. It's a warninc, too and nufferers
should begin takinjr Hood'B at once.
Buy a bottle today.
Tho most common causo of insomnia
is disorders of t ho stomach. Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cor
rect these ditorders and enable you to
sleep. For sale by all druggists.
March Kith via. Oregon Short Line, for
Salt Lake Opera. Company. Round
trip $2.i)0. Special train "will leave
Salt Lalco 3:00 p. m., returning after
Van Camp Pork and BoanB now 10c,
15c, 20c. "
FAITHFUL TO HOLD
Democratic Love Feast Will
Be Held in Salt Lake
Democrats of Salt Lake county are
to hold a special meeting and political
love foasL in thtB city April 12, the
hall i'or thai purposo to be selected and
later announced hy County Chairman
JoHoph A. Young.
A meeting of district committeemen
was last night held in the ollicc of
Chairman Young, in tho Hooper build
ing, at which this determination was
arrived at. Jt is proposed that all
Democrats in tho comity bo invited to
attend the big mooting next month,
a aufllciontly largo hall for the purposo
to be procured by the county chair
man. The speech rccentl; delivered here
by William Jennings .Bryan is to bo
printed in full, a committee to make
provisions Jor such publication heiviug
been appointed at last night 's meet
ing. A committc also was appointed to
consider tho adviuability of recommend
ing to the .Democratic 'judicial commit
tee, and to like committees of other
parties, a pronosal to nominate a non
partisan judicial ticket I'or the coining
There was a big attendance nt: last
.night's nieetiug. which was character
ized by much enthusiasm and opt i-miBin-
A healthy man Is a king In his own
right; an unhealthy man Is an unhappy
slave. Burdock I3lood Bitters builds up
&ound healthkeeps you well.
"Suffered day and night the torment of
Itching piles. Nothing helped mo until I
used Doan's Ointment, It cured me per
manently." Hon. John R. Garrett, May
or, Glrard, Ala.
Harsh physics react, weaken the bow
els, cause chronic constipation. Doan's
Rcguleta operate easily, tone the stom
ach, cure constipation. 25c. Ask your
druggist for them.
Accidents will happen, but the best
rogulalod families keep Dr. Thomas'
ICclectlc Oil for such emergencies. It
subfiles the pain and heals the hurts.
Today Women's " V Today Children's I 'M
$1.25 Kid Gloves, -Jt? ew Wsh Dresses J jj; H
assortmciils of worn- l IlJ alK pretty new .'H
kid gloves; 1 and 2 clasp styles in sSSSKKmmmmr checks, .stripes and figured effects on , 'H
while, black, navy and tan; sizes o1, &ESS&mmm&aBBBm light grounds; trkumed in plain colors
5. 6 and 7. "While they last today phones independent -227 ' conrastnio shade; unusually at- 11
at 7f)e pair. Main Floor, OaU sU Departments. Beli BSOHAHQB 22. y tractive valllCS at 6flc Main Floor-Annax.
Today In Our Main Floor Ready-to-W ear Section Annex I
New Arrivals in I
SUITS at S25M 1 1
That Are Unusual Values fl
Qi3 usual in every particular in the materials used in the tailoring and in the Hujlffi Lvfl
great; number of distinctive, novel styles- Suits that more than maintain the envia- (li5Slu llf ' " P'fl
ble WALlvERr reputation for value giving. The popular "Whipcords find splendid ffllnll ; 'B
representation in navy, tans, grays, two tone effects and black serges, too, are -r6-v P-l
shown in wide variety, including coloi's ol: navy, tan, gray, black and the much 'i' ' P'B
wanted cream. Be sure to see these new arrivals today. Main Fioor-Anncx. HulUuV I )S I
WALKER'S-THIRD SOUTH AT MAIN. , ( K ' ' H
" New Millinery $ 5 r jl
lilpipF They're just here; unpacked yesterday; a wonderful array of values. Many of these hats are 1 j, iH
Cs?--- direct copies of imported models, including; clever silk-and-straw combinations; rough braid de- 1 ! H
i ll signs: JLlowcr trimmed shapes; smart tailored effects in black and white, a feature being Ihe aris- 1 ' :H
P'7 v- tocratic "Gaby Dcsly" with maliue trimmings. There are fifty hats all told, and every one I H
I " 4s- different. You'll enthuse over Ihe values at $5.00. MaJn F00rAnnex. ) 1
The best o pair for $1.00 hose on the
! market: unsurpassed for fit and service;
5 oi: medium light weight, silk finished
! quality, in black only; all have double
garter lops, triple heels and toes, and
double soles, insuring the maximum
I amount of wear; made by a lending Ger
man maker; unmatehable 35o values; for
today only this surplus stock a.t 2nc
pair ; four pairs for the -usual price oi'
three. Ask for No. 1SG0.
Main Floor. '
"THE NEVER-SUBSTITUTORS.' '
Special Cut Prices
for the Week
Pear's TJnsccntod Soap l'2c
Pobeco Tooth Paste 38c
Colgate's Tooth Pnstc 20c
Lyon's Tooth Powder 20c
Posjzoni's Tnlc Powder 3f)o-
Mounen's Taluum lCc
Espoy's Creani 19u
Pompeian Cream, 50c sizo JlOo
Pompoian Cream, 75c size 60c
Pompoian Cream, $1.00 size 7Gc
Colgate's Shaving Cream 20c
Herplcidc, 50c size 38c
Horpicido, Sl.OO size 76c
Hay's Hair Health, 50c size 4Sc
Hay's Hair Health, Sl.OO size... 83c
Laxative Bromo Quinine. ...... ,19c
Mcllin's Food, 50c size 43c
Mollin's Pood, 75c size ,.C5c
Sagwa, 50c Kize 38c
Bagwa, Sl.OO size 83c
Pinkham's Compound 81c
Mexican Mustang Liniment. 25c
ai7,e .T: IDe
Mexican Mustang Liniment, 50c
Borax, pound 15c
Borax, 20 Mule team, pound
i Special sale of Razor Strops, 50c to
Sl.OO values at 25c. at ouv No. -1
Oloan-up sale of Mirrors at our No.
5 Storo, l'lc and up.
Schramm - Johnson, Drugs
FIVE STORES WHERE THE
WAlvKlSK S THIRD SOUTH AT MAIN. v I
Today In Our Men's Section, on Main Floor ;
$1.50 SHIRTS, go at
An overstock of 30 dozen men's plain 1 !
white oxford shirts; all brand new, ens- 1 !
torn tailored, made with our own label by 1
one of the best makers in America: all 1
are in -the popular coat style, and there 1 (, .
will be all si'.es lo start this sale to- j
day, shirts that; are without a peer at
their original price, $1.50; an offering of 3
20c BOYS' WHITE CADET CrLOVES EARL & WILSON REDMAN COLLARS.
Of German lisle. Six.es 5 to 9. 25 Svent fyles to select from. 1 .
,n i -io o r or lOO GaC l 01' 2 101 iOC. I
Today, 13c or 2 pairs for 25c. fllzes ,c you wnnt lhen, 1 '
v Men's Section Main Floor. Maln Floor. y
WALKER'S-THIRD SOUTH AT MAIN. uii rjnm-TMIMmm
SIX NIGHTS STARTING
MONDAY, MARCH 18th
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
KLAW AND ERLANGER PRESENT
Tlic Musical Comedy Dc Luxe.
The Pink Lady
Following i lo.soly lUi run of over 4U0
ici foriniuues in New Yorlc City,
Company of ninety.
Special Orchestra of thirty.
Seats now on sale.
Salt Lake's Leading Vaudeville Home,
JULIET? Humorous Character Studies
Una Clayton. Mux Hurt's Six Steppers.
A O. Duncan. Brown anil Nowinan.
The Parroffs. Ernie and Mild rod Pott3.
700 Seats Jtfyia
A Good Seat
Salt Lake's Newest Theater Beautiful
Greater Advanced Vaudeville I
j MET2ETTI TROUPE I
TODAY Fred Anna I
ECKHOFF AND GORDON I
2:30 James Grady and Co. 1
7:30 Mile. Ceclle and Co. g
and 9:15 Marin and Lona
' Photoplay 1
Regular 10c I Matinee Daily 1A
Emprest 20c --500-- U
The Tribune Gives Your Wants the Largest Circulation.
TONIGHT MAT. SAT.
The Jjlcblor i'o. Manascru PreHcnL
THE DEEP PURPLE
By Paul Armstrong and Wilson Mlx
ncr. Kve. prices; l.owor floor. ?1.?0 and
$2: balcony, first :: rows. $1; next a
rows, 7iic; balance, 50c; gallery, 2Zc.
Mat. Sat. Pop. prices. 'JSn to Sl.OO.
2 Nights, Starting Sunday
Moil II. Sinscr Presents
with OLIVE VAIL.
Prices. ."."c to 51.50.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco is lu-n.-by given that, under and
bv virtue of an order Issued out of the
district court of Salt Lalco county, stale
of Utah, niudo and entered on tho lUth
dav ot March. 1JU2, nil creditors of the
EIU TJaklnir rowdof Company, a corpora
tion, are herHiv urdored and required to
file their claims with iho undcrslsned. as
receiver of the said Ulk Bailing Powder
Company, on or before the 1st day of
April. IU1I. ISAAC HANCOCK.
tU'STlX. CULLUTTli: & nil A VTON,
Attys. for Receiver
.".02-r.OS Boslnn bulldlns.
Dated nt fjall Lake City, Utah, March
l-Mh. It'll'. nlGDl
TO Tllli STOCKllOLDKP.S OP THE
MOUNT PICICLK CO.MPANV.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholder of the Mount
Pickle conipuuv will be held at tho office
of the company at Salt Lake City. Utah,
at ;! o'clock jj. m.. Monday, the Sth day
of April, IIU'J. for the purpose of voting
upon a proposition to reduce the capital
Btock and to change the namo of the cor
poration, and to transact any other busi
nes which may properly come before the
By order or the board of directors.
J. B. COSGK1KK,
W. W. TRIMMER.
Dated Salt Lake City. March 7, 1013-
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$ALL THIS WEEK. tB .',
THURSTON HALL, IDA ADAIR T ' t
$and the Garrick Company In ff '
"THE DOLLAR MARK." by
Goorne Broadhurst. til I
Next week. "Forty-flvo Mln- x ' ?
as utes from Broadway." t r
NOTICE. ! II
Notice is hereby glvon by llic Board Ji '(I
of (JommIiKloner. of Salt lako City. !
t'lah, of tho intention of such Hoard of fH
Cmiiinl.s.sloucrs lo uiiiko the following1 ! fl
described Improvement, lo wit: I,: JH
Constinctlng and laying scwor lateral ;
of vitrified i)lpe. or glased ccnienl pipe, .( (
ten (10) IiHihos In diameter, in Isllug- j i
ton (Holchkiss) court, north from Sixth. ,'$
South stroet between Second West and 'll
Third West streets, in sower district .No. 't4l
2. and defray the abutters' jiortlon oC tho si I
cost and '.;ieriHC thereof, estimated at i!iUM
nine hundred jdxty and 1-100 ($fit',0.S ''-'fl
dollars, or one and I'-lOO t$l.U2) dollars l4M
tier front or linear foul of abutting prop- "".fcl
erty. there being IH'J fool abutting said fel
Improvement, by a local a-saessment upon ii
the loI or pieces of ground within th 'l'
following described district, being the. Mil
district to bo affected and benefited by ilfr-1
said Improvement, namely: Itftl
The east side of tho north 231 foot or tiLfH
tho weft 1K.5 feet of lot tbe west aldo iikfl
of the south 2!!5 feet of the north 24a J5MH
foot of the east in foot of lot 3, tho west u-tiM
Hide or the soulh 21b feet of tha cast S&IM
J5 feel of lot. 6, the east slda of thn -6?fl
Houth 230 feet of the east 10.5 feet of W'fl
lot 7, all In block 30, plat A, Salt L.r1o- ifc
City survey. .... A Rritl
All protests and objectlonB to tho 3fcl
carrying out of such intention must bo
presented In writing, staling thoroin lot ijOfrl
and block, or description of property, to WtM
the city recordor on or before the 8th ffSH
day of April. 1012, being the time set ifffil
bv said Board of Commissioners of Salt citll
Lake Cltv. Utah, when It will hear anrl( tjftfM
consider "such protests nnd objections as ful
may bo mado thereto. (iwl'l
Bv order of tho Board of Commission- S
ers'of Salt Lake Utah. timM
NOBLE WARRUM. MH
City Ilccordor. 2jtH
Dated February IPtli, 1912. WW
Sewer extension Js'o. 30a. Rllm jl