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1 THE SATT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, n2. - - 7
j tuning ton Ave- Phone 66 V Office Hour a. m. to 10:8B
ft a. m-: 3 p. m. to a p. m.
""jce Authorities to In-
tje Mystery Surround
X Intercepted Letter.
pM luff Acting on informs-
MTfogd'1" Turf Exchange, the
tathorltlM have hc-sun the In
W... e( An unns'.i.'l oisc Involv
Bludulent cashing of a check
Tthe United States mails.
LMnTOlved l which has
sK rood to Shumway.
HTmnlnc "f Auust 8 Shumw ;
ta 4 mall box at the corner
' .vCTue and Twenty-fifth
SjKtur containing n ' omrnerc ImI
"tot 'heck made payaol- I"
mWlmrth of Salt Lake The
I Krplcz the check wan presented
flKkwIth Brlnkworth - e ia1 ire
Kt, back as an inilftrscmmt.
Kd not report th matter for
E Ui the bank employees were
iflEL to my who cashed the cheek.
K cht-k could have
; IlKthe bank o quickly after It
! K&eed In the mall box le a
Km postal authorities, hut they
KtTth.t the letter went to Salt
B nt intercepted there. The
Khicli the letter was placed
JKitobn In ooA condition.
ICTS LARGE ENROLLMENT.
fcr Deaf nd Blind Will Open
j t The Tribune
K Aup. IS. Superlntcndtnl F.
of the Utah school for the
flM, has ent oul the nnual
encd. statin? thai the school
mi Wednesday. September 4.
,Bfni nM912-l and inviting all
gjdMiUs to return. I f stales
p probably will be twenty new
lp.iiyer, making the total en
i ijjmnlmately 140. A major
ity will come from Utah coun
f5(rc will send a few, and
0 be one pupil from Nevada
f.e&chers have been added
I of iiutructors. Thev are Miss
U of Iowa. Mis? Mary E. W II
t WlKOTisln and Miss Nannie
I ef Kentucky. AH will be In
gtaBM In the oral department
hi The new plunge, shower
BinOTse and improved plnmb
ctr,t will be completed bv he
if the ichool year, miking the
tool one of the verv modern and
Seanretional institutions of the
(MOCRATS ISSUE CALL
fet Delegates Saturday to State
IX, Au&. IS. W W Browning,
e! the Democratic central com
ft Weber county, bus: issued the
I all for the county convention,
to be hold at the" headquarters
1)n-Marsliall club, 1362 Wash
Penup. on ;ahirlav afternoon.
U There will be ?ele.::ed at
w rirty-one delegates to the
Mbl at Suit Lake. and
J Vg4te M I i i C rl.llfi.il cOll-
lJ rtrmlnslon on August "0.
p" to the count v convention
pFirat, Second, Third. Fourth
W preclni :!. will be selected at
to be hold tt ihe Democratic
pi on Thursday evening
Jlnt$TED AT PORTLAND.
Held for Action of Ogden
Mfl" The Tribune.
JsK',',18" -'"formation was re
WT 'ne sheriffs office here today
MbL. ,f 0 ''oft'-'And. Dr.. to the
5K.Lr?"x "ughes. wanted in this
MUrtifory charge, had been ar
iM&t?, l" helnS Ilf-'d Pending
4KVrom he Weber county au--h
romplHint against Hushes
"wby a young woman of this
f Bfejlh Tr'buno.
Ih'Jd In Jail h.re on sus
i tho mysterious man who
Www h number or women
wan positively Identified
hV Mle MITit Tlcss Of
pi man who insulted her
' is confident lhat no
' hl prlsonsr bus been
ming unescorted women
W pant. ock Moore WHI
fga before Justice of tb
Wtt. The cxnet nature
y b placed anninst him
ted t a late hour to
I officers. In view of the
Woatlon, expei t to make
fraver one than mere
5 the peace,
lop resides not far from
3ohn Petty, where Moon
, Hd nftr-n seen Mi. nre
PI hat he Is the man who
poached her and then fled
nia-lo anv f.ffor( tn j..rurP
WWoner, who Is n stranger
regarded by the r.ffl
: ' "nn drpvp abnormal
Si. made at mldnlgh'
i t. "'tempt of fl man
"""Ion upon two dauKh
las I' hbott and an un
1 an.) J lhn ! derkness by
nhon,fil!?nri,V SfSff ,n "an left Ogden
S ifo!:""' , U ,s Probable
E or gghjgy to
HARVEY MURDOCK DEAD
Had Lived In o0den More Than Half
Special to The Tribune.
orwiFJj A'lg 1?-After a residence
ii ' half century m ibis city.
r r "r 0,'k- 7S of died
quite sodden v at the home of his daugh
ter Mrs Kiiza Christensen. S61 Canyon
road, at 4 .0 O'CIOOK this afternoon ills
deatll wat due to heart failure, his health
having been feeble glnce the first attack
about one year a"0.
;Mu!'c.?rk .)vas horn in Indiana
April 20. 1884, After becoming a mam
bar of the Mormon church he removed
to Ogden In 1150. residing here since
that time. The widow and nine children
BurvlVfl him. Complete arrangements for
the fun Aral have not been made but
toe services will he held Wednesdav
WANT STOPOVER PRIVILEGES,
Ogden Will Appeal to Railroads to Rem
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN, Aug. 18 The officials of the
Weber club and Ogden publicity bureau
have heen Induced to Investigate the
complaints of tourists that they are not
allowed sufficient time en route from
eastern points to Yellowstone park to
Mop off )n Ogden and visit the points of
interest embraced in this locality.
It is also declared by those w-lio have
investigated the matter, that tourists
who have arranged foi stopover at Ball
Lake have found, upon reaching Utah,
that they also desired to stop off In
Otrden for a few hours but were unable
to do so
The present season, with hut one or
two exceptions, has been unprecedented
In the matter of tourist travel, and it is
believed that it is not too late to remerlv
Ihe conditions which are unfavorable to
Return From Mission Labors.
special to The Tribune.
Or.nF.N. Auk ts After an absence of 'wen
i---eo months. Alma l.arkln and John Tllllnon
SrriTStl born rr',y thll nionilnir from the mis
,lnn (lelilii of the 'Vfnrmon "hurrli In Grea' Pill
ln. Mr Larkin. -r.hr, rreiaM orrr irrer) rtl
trloi. pent the jrmtjr part of his mission
tilorl in Preton Kngland. -s-Mlo V:. Tlllfaon
labored In Liverpool. Preston and oihor rltlev
Ther Mte Hint there Is still very muDb unrest
throurhout EnaUr.d mi e result of ihe lhor trou
bles tiieie. The allaiion apdlin: the Mormons
hnj sreatl.T nuhslded. Uit report
Frank Delurey Dead.
Special to The Tribune.
Or.nPV. Aur. 1 The bn)r of FraoV nebirer.
a former resident of thi cltv acrompanled hr a
brother, will pass thrwgli Ojden lodar en route
from Frasno. Cal.. to WfsOSBSlBi here lotei
mant will be made. The announcement of Mr
DeluraT'e death was received In massas to
Detective Robert Rurk. Mr Palurey formerly con
ducted a drug store at Five Tolnt. solnR to
falifnmla about one vear ajo. HU death was
due to Brlsht s disease.
Welsh Singers Coming.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Auk 18. According to message
clved by W. T. Pickett, 'lie Mounlain Avh male
choir of Wale will spend Mondsv In thlx eltT
wbll" en route from the east to northern Idaho
where It ha several engagements. As the choir
It not acheduled for a public concert here prom.
Inonf Welwh residents are plunnlng a reception
for the members, i The organisation will leave
Tue.'day morning for the north
Funeral of Frank B. Williame.
Special to The Tribune
OODBN Aug 1?. Momban of the Woodmen
of the World and tho Order of Owls were la at
tendance this afternoon when the funeral service
for FranV R. Williams were held a. the real
denre. W Jackson avenue, at 3 SO o'clock H.
H Goddsid delivered a brief funeral oration and
Mis Mao Favler sang two soloa. The members
of the two fraternal order accompanied the body
10 the fits- cemete.i?.
Plan Firemen's Outing.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDFN. Aug. It. A committee on arrange
ment Is now engaged In planning for the an
nual emt.lng; of the: Veteran Flremon's association,
wbleh Is to he hold In Ogden canyon nett Thurs
day. The prosramme will Include athletic events
such aa wero popular whon grandfather was a
hov. Thll, with a picnic dlnnec and dancing, will
constitute tbe entertalnmant for the day
Will Celebrate Labor Day,
Special to Tha Tribune,
OODBN Aug. 18. Organized labor of Ogden
la planning a big Labor day celebration to be
hald (it G I on wood park on Momla; . September !
Tho programme of .mei tolnmen' t, now hei'ig
prepared. It will Include free vaudeville iocrs.
n-.l all gaineo and other athlell' erertl
log and musto A parade of the labor unions of
he city will il.o be given In Ihe forenoon.
dm i NAME ticket
1 t" q'' ,Q Utah County
sew9 ptaefi I?" h-v" tda 'rind
oitot ii rom ticket
of ii 11 v . Oease was
fK t .1 Hen- .v
Jmv wvr'"Tv Tl"' f"H"wtK
Mr VrVn n;:"'l:iie: s,n(,i"r.
M,SElftbir, u J,"fl "'- Sprlng
ilmpr;nrv ;- ' W ticane. Provo;
'HmVtf, KV!rl,o: Porter
i Bg'-r. "ul I'aniRli Pork: 'countv
issE?6"- co, mi1 '-M; W 1 Kul
'ingBj- H If ro,Iimlseioner. iwo
'W' John vv o1""'' PfhiKvlllei
km E Hortn ' Pr,iv". '-mints-
rm ""'ton, 8r,rlnBviUr, county
treastirer. Miss Jane Starr, Povo. county
Hssessor M G Pnlmer. Sprlngvllle
Nominations of candidates for judge c.r
the POWth Judicial district, county at
torney superintendent of schools and
surveyor were left, to the county central
The following w'ere chosen members or
rh countv central committee: J. Yj.
Oaae. Provo, chairman: a. L. Porter,
anrtnarvllle W B Trlmmeman. T.ehl'
I? B Naion tapper: Chartea T. Wood.
's Jordi n of BprlngT-llle wss ohosen eac
rotary and treasurer of tbe county committee.
DEVELOP BIG PRUIT MART.
Special to The Tribune,
rnrdnd In tWB WTO , , , rur.
base by Portland and Welaer capltallaU
I L o ehoioe fruit land from
ho . Tor Ti e sate was negotiated
JvhRobert MDotaltet eSd R. U Bradsha
h, .! i tit while the consideration has
of this cit. wmie i UBcl4rBt0Hj that
thnUSS? cWWted la the
r,V7 f T s n on t'.e Idaho side Df the
eaat Of town Oil 0 ,he new
fwnaSi to oil the llSd mto tracts of ton
2nd twenty acres and plate it on the.
"water has been delivered to the 508
ecre tract thlS spring, through the new
.i . Aietrlci organlaatlon, whicn
Inrigatlon dletrit t o a lvr t0
niirflDI tne water in " x" , . t
"he high bench land and dellv t to
the owners lands In pipe"-
Pioneer Woman Dies.
' V, r had lust nntshed writing
f 7vl ' which nne Itended to UOJ ha--(
! ' J Whl axolalmlng "t feel no faint!
Hh"dfeMT to "to n-r -rlresl almost
i Ji . Ms, tn IR6P she married O.
B. Klnsey of Salmon tity and
Wentr of Jnckaon, Mont
To Celebrate Labor Day.
V')RK nilM Mde bv the members
orations . are bemg t.aUon of Miners
?orlr KM gH
I WE HAVE COMPLETED THE REMODELING 1 I
I OF OUR BEAUTIFUL I
I v We sre now ready to serve you as never I
m TA before with beautiful and complete lines of I
Men's and Women's I
fyl W WEARING APPAREL YL I I
WE GIVE VALUES SM I
i j e no ve premiums we do not make promises we i jSf I fl
h I A cannot fulfill we do not employ solicitors the news- f' jB I I
papers are good enough for us as an advertising medium. Fftn I H
Ym WE GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL Our entire stock of i I
l ji summer goods now going at i ij I I
I M HALF PRICE ON CREDIT ip I
I IJmL Come and Buy Your Credit Is Good at Wr I I
I The Only Reliable 102S6 STATE ST. I I
I Credit House of J ftfassg ..,,.. II
I Salt Lake BSMSW took for the Humber j
Additional Sporting News
Standing of the Clubs
Won Lost. PC.
New Tork 78 31 "r
Chicago Tl 35
Pltlnbtirg 65 42 0T
Pblladelpbia ,SS 491
Cincinnati f B9 .46S
St. lX)uls 50 1 4Ti0
Rrooklvn 33 71 .366
Boston 30 7S 278
Won. Ixinl. PC.
Boiton " '5 fif's
Washington fin m .811
Philadelphia 87 U f't
Chicago ... Bo 58 .4fl.
Detroit fiS fi" 47R
Cleveland ii 51 ,466
New York ts 7:' 345
St. Louis 36 76 .321
Won Lost P.C.
Missoula n fj .846
Salt I.alve 10 S h'fl
Great Falls 63 IJ;3
Ocden i hl 'Tii
Butte H 6 ..W
Helena 0 31-
the afternoon for a prlr, of $if In the
evening a grand ball will b given In
the Kanband hall, which will be a fitting
Olose to the day'n fentlvltlen.
SUMMIT REPUBLICAN CALL.
Sperisi to Tbe Tribune.
PARK CTTYi auk. 18. The county
convention to select nlxteen delegates tn
the state convention will re held here
on Thursday, August 39. POrty-four dei
ecates to the county convention are to
be apportioned a follows: ParH City,
r ("cniviiie. 8: Henefer, 4; Hoytovllle,
" Katnan, 3: Pra. ?: Oakly, 2: nnd
one from each of all the other precincts
hi the county.
Funeral of John Carrac.
Special to The Tribune
rlvK CITT, Auk IS. The body of
John Carraci the man who was killed
Saturday morning by cave-in at the
Daly-Judge mine, wan takn to Sail
I ak'e thin afternoon for burial It was
flrsl decided to hold the funeral services
i,ore on Monday afternooni bu( inier
pinna were made to hold the funeral In
Bait lake Carroe was n member of
the Croatian Society of the United States
Bestelmeyer Funeral Tuesday.
Hnecial to The Tribune.
PROVO Aug -The funeral of John
Haetelmeyar, the mining operator who
Hll suddenly Of h-art failure on bin
claim in Bast Tintlc Saturday, will be
bold Tuesday afternoon at S o'clock from
thai Blfth ward meeHnjr bOUSe. The bodv
nin be at the Pern fe "u. undertaking
Joomi frotn 11 to 12,nn o, lock Tuesday.
wr, that friends mav look for the lHSt
lime upon the face of their friend
Heating Plant for School.
PARK CITY, A uk l. Work in pm-.ri-PHslnsr
rapldli' on the pectin system
for the Centr.l school building, and 1t In
taxpectod l that everything will be ta
worMng order by Wtember 8. which
I (jaV oot for tne openlnR Of -hool
Rohert W, TTerter, LawreneeTtlle,
fo., -who had been bothered with kid
nov trouble for two vesrs, says: "1
tried three different kinds of kidney
0,11a but with no relief. My noiKhbor
t0d me to use Foley Kidnev Pills. I
took three bottles of them, end got a
permanent cure. I recommend thom
'to ererybody." Schramm-Johnson,
DIES AFTER FIGHT
By International News Service
PHIIvADPU.PlIIA Auk 1 8 -After re
ceiving a heating In ;i prize fight, Albert
Palmer, 18 years old. known in pugilistic
circles as "Kid" Palmer, died today.
Doputy Coroner Waldln Is Investigating
an ante-mortem statement made by
young Palmer to the effect that he went
Into the ring when feeling 111 and in direct
violation of the law, and was not sub
jected to an examination by a physician
It in expected arrests will he made.
Miss Christine Palmer, sister of the
voung man, nhl today thai her brother
showed symptoms of not feeling well the
day before tbe fight
"Albert." she said, 'don't you think
you are foolish to fight when you know
sou are in no condition to do so?"'
"Well, sis," replied the young man
."I m not going to back out now, no mat
ter what conies. If I gel my bean
knocked off they can t nay I am a coward,
B ll v way."
'Well." said Palmer feebly to phvgi
Hans at the hospital just before he. died,
"I was game, anyway; they can't tsay
I'm a quitter."
HEAD OF BRITISH
OLYMPIC TO QUIT
Special fable to Tbe Tribune,
LONDON Aug. 18. Uord Desborough's
resignation as president of the British
Olympic council Is announced at a mo
ment when that body Is In ihe throes of
reforming itself as a result of the out
come at Stockholm, but It Is explained
thnt his retirement Is due t" prlvule rea
sons only. Pcnborongh will discontinue
active work on the council after the busi
ness growing out of the Olympiad at
Stockholm Is concluded. Meanwhile the
Olympic association has taken t;te.ps to
ward formulating a scheme for preparing
for the Berlin contests in l!1B. The Idea.
Is to place the Brlllah a.rranxemontH In
the bands of a small committee with one
active manager The , ominitt.ee would
work with and through the larger
Olympic association, which is representa
tive of the chief clubs In all branches of
BROTHERS TIE IN
NEW TORK, Aug 18. The standing
high iump mark at which Piatt Adams
won that event in the recent Olympic
gams was equaled by both him and bis
brother Renlamln at the annual track
nnd field contents of the Eccentric Fire
men nt Celtic park tnday. The Adamr
brothers both cleared the bar at 6 feet
4 Inches anrl t',sed a coin for the medal
Pat McDonald, rish-American A. Cm
the Olvmple and world's champion, won
tiie twelve pound shut pm (mm scratchi
both hands, With M feel 11 Inches. Hln
right hand put wan 54 feet " Inchen.
and 41 feet 1 0 J Inchen was bin left hand
effort As tble w-ns the first time In this
country that the twelve-pound shot wan
nneij for a competition with two handn.
Mclmiald's pnt establishes an American
Matt McGrath, I. I. A. C, the world's
champion hammer thrower threw the
sixteen-pound hammer, with unlimited
run and follow, ifu feet, mit It will not
stand on a new record, as there wan no
steel tapes on the ground. The world's
record tot thin wtyle In 170 feet, made
bv John T Flanagan three years ago.
GAME, SAYS PEERESS
By International News Service.
N'KW YORK, Aug. 18- The American
game of baseball yesterday received the
iteal of English aristocratic approval
"Perfectly ripping," wan the decision of
Lady Rosemary Levlaon-t3ower, daugh
ter of the Duke of Sutherlnnd. who ar-
WHERE TO STOP
LINCOLN HOUSE, fiS EAST 1ST SO ,
250 rooms, rates, 35c, 40c and 50c; mod
ern, baths, 15c. nl339
GIRLS TO LEARN HAIRDRESSING.
manicuring, etc. Basse's Hairdresslng
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the undersigned up to
12 m., August 26. 1912, for the materials
and labor required in Ihe erection of an
addition to tbe Jackson school, consisting
of three class rooms, toilets and heating
plant, located nt First North and be
tween Sixth and Seventh West streets,
for the Salt Lake City board of education,
according to plans, specifications and
draw-tng. which are open for inspection
of the bidders at the offhe of W. C.
Folland. architect. Kin Mclntvre building.
Salt Lake City. Utah, and all bids and
proposals at the above time will be pub
licly opened and read In the office of the
hoard of education in Ihe City and Countv
building. Salt Lake City. Utah. All bids
must be addressed to "Board of Educa
tion for ShH Lake City," and marked In
the lower left-hand corner, "Rids for Ad
dition to Jackson School Building," or
such bids can be delivered to the board
of education at. the said time and place
for opening same
Bids must not contain conditions, quali
fications propositions or any other
things than those mentioned In plans,
specifications, drawings, contracts and
bonds, nnd bidder must use the form of
bids which will be found at the office of
the said architect, tlnd no other form Of
bid w ill be receh ed
A certified or Cashier check on some
bank In Salt Lake Cltv. Utah, for at
least 6 per cent of the amouni of each
bid must, be enclosed. Each check Is to
be made payable lo the undersigned, and
Is to be forfeited (o the underslKned In
cane the hid is nccepted and the bidder
does not enter into tbe contract within
lhre days after Its acceptance for the
faithful execution of tbe contract and
bond hereinafter mentioned.
The proposed contract nnd bond r
also at the office of said architect and
can there he examined.
A bond must he furnished for one hulf
of (he hid. and good nnd mifflcient sine
ties, all satisfactory to the undersigned.
The bids are (o be for tho building
The nndersipned reserves the right to
rrlect nnv and all bids.
Dated Salt Lake City. August 14, 1912.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
of Salt Lake Cltv
rived on the Mauretanla Thursday morn
ing with her mother and father and went
to the Highlanders grounds In the after
noon to see what she most Wanted to
se- In America- -a game of basebal.
With Ladv P.onemnry were the Duke
and Duchess, her brother Lqrd Alastair.
Sir Philip Bassoon, youngest member of
parliament, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Colt i Ethel Barrvniore).
The royal party saw the Tigers beaten
by the Highlanders.
'"The shouting and remarks of tho spec
tators were ripping, too," aald I-Adv
Rosemary over a bag of peanut.
And the coaching wan the moat amnn
ing ever." This latter referring to the
"Keh-vuh" of Hughle Jennings.
UNABLE TO WIN
DEA UVTLLE. France, Aug 11,--Four
American horses were among the start
ers for the Grand Prix de Peauvllle,
worth $30,000, the feature of the racing
card torlay. but they were able, to cap
ture only third and fourth places. The
rich prize was won by Oorgorlto, with
Geyoffe second. Herman B. Duryea's
Shannon third and August Belmont!
Amoureux III. fourth. The distance wan
one mile and five furlongs Sightly,
owned by W K. Vnnderhilt. nnd Charles
Rohler! Novelty led at the start, but
tbSJ failed to s'tay.
ELECTRICIAN AND SUPPLIES
pTlONK WAsTOSO FOR TUNGSTEN
lamps; better light at one-third cost
Electric Construction Co.. 327 State. e!927
LANCA8TBR DeT"ECTiVk AGENCT.
Under new management. Latest meth
ods. All work guaranteed. Phone Wa
satch 2475 401 Boston bldg. I176H
better. 12 quarts for $1. delivered. Qlvs
ua a trial. Wasatch 6500. eZOlJ
Trout Creek Mining company; location
of principal place of business. Salt Lake
Notice There are delinquent upon the
following dencrlhed stock on account of
assessment No. 7, levied on the 2nd day
of July, 1912, the several amounts set
opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows.
No, Name Bharea Ami.
61 August Peltlof ?,nar) $ r.oo
fi6 August DeJtlOf LOOO 2.50
67 August Deitlof LOOO 2 50
68 August Deitlof LOOO 2 50
g2 August Deitlof 5,000 12. 50
77 Harry Rager , 3,000 7.50
SO Emma C, Henrlod 1.000 2.50
And in accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors made on
tho 2nd day of July, 1912. so many shares
of each parcel of such stock os may be
necessary Will be sold at the office of the
company, 145 South Main street, Salt
Lake City. LTtah, on the 24th day of Au
gust. 1912. at 3 o clock p m.. of said
day. to pay delinquent assessment, there
on, together with the cost of advertising
and expense of sale.
H. F. ROBINSON,
ASSESSMENT NO. 2.
B'nck Pine Mine & Milling company,
principal place of business Salt Lake City.
Notlee In hereby given lhat at a meet
ing of the board of directors, bold at the
office of the company on the 29th day of
Julv 1912, an assessment of one-quarter
of a' cent per share was levied upon the
stock of the corporation issued and out
standing payable Immediately at S70
West South Temple street. Salt Lake
Cltv Utah. Any stock upon which this
assessment shall remain unpaid on the
"ath day of August. 1912. will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction and unless payment Is made be
fore will be sold on the 19th of Septem
ber 1912. at 13 o'clock noon, at th com
pany's office to pay delinquent assess
ment thereon, together with cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale,
Bv order of board of directors.
J F KDZHM
Secretary and Treasurer.
ASSESSMENT NO, 4.
Cedar-Talisman Con. Mines company.
Principal place of business. 417 D. F.
Walker building Salt Lake. City. Utah:
location of mines. Beaver county.
Notice is hereby given that nt a meet
ing of the board of directors of the Codar
Tallsman Con. Mlnee company, held on
the lith day of August. 1912. assessment
No. 4 of one-half ( cent per share was
levied upon the capltnl stock of the cor
poration. Issued and outstanding, payable
Immediately to the secretary at the office
of the company, 417 D. F. Walker build
ing. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Saturday the 14th
dav of September 1912. will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auc
tlon and unless payment Is made before
will ' he sold on Thursday, the $rd day
of October. 1912. at 2 o'clock p. m., at
the company's office, to pay tne delin
quent assessment thereon, together with
the costs of advertising and expense of
H HARNETT, Secretary,
First publication August 13. 1618V
I MONEY TO LOAN
LOAJM8 FUU BUILDING, YOU M. i
have jour own archltlct, your own.
plans, your own eupci iniendent ; or v
will supply plans. You may lepay J
same as rent. Inletest reasonable. Tims
you can get a home foi w-hat you are
paying In rent salt Lake secuiUv .v
Trust Co., 12 Main nt cl 1 1 '
COULD WE MAKE BORE LOA S S
upon real estate than an., five com
petitor combined unless our methods u'o
Nineteen years' experience wr.h unl)
TRACY LOAN A TRUST CO..
11 E. 1st South m.'h'i I
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
No Dclav. Any Amount.
TUTTLK BROTHERS CO..
investment Bankers, lS'j Main.
Mortgages for Sale. el7.'l
MORTGAGE LOANS MADE ANY
AMOUNT: REASONABLE TERMS.
ALSO REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS
BOUGHT. FRIT8CH, 201 AND 202 PELT
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others, upon their own namei, cheap
rates, easy payments, confidential. D. H
Tolman. room 2U9 Atlas bldg. elJul
AMOUNTS OF J500 AND LP: LOW
rate of interest. Houston P.eal Estate
lnv Co., 351 South Main it. Phones ::.
UNCLE SAM LOANS MONEY ON ANY
thlng of value. Cut ra'es. 30 E. 1st
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
Halloran-Judge Loan St Trust Co , 808
South Main. e8I8
MONEY FOR BUILDING HOMES AND
buying reel estate Meyer. 407 Mcln
tyre bldg. jfM
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS; LIB
eral options. Miller & Vlele. S03 Kearns
MONET TO LOA N ON REAL EST AT K
at lowest rates. A. Rlchter. 73 South
Main. Phone 641. eXl 09
1 PER CENT UNDER MARKET RATE
Home lnv. A Savings Co.. 8 W. First
South St. Glen Miller, Pr Cl218
S LARY LOANS NEGOTIATED FOR
persons permanently employed, busi
ness confidential 421 Herald fcldg. d!57.
PLENTY OF 7 PEK CENT MONEY TO
loan on cltv real estate. The Kerl V
Peh-ld Co . 720 Boston bldg. fBfM
LOWEST RA TER ON DIAMONDS.
watches and Jewelry at Slegel's. 110 So
Main ntreet. j
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
Pomeroy. 88 West 1st North uSIl
WAGON TIRE SETTOfO
mM BET W I0M1NUTB8 T i8t
size JS. up to 4 -inch tire; work guar
anteed Fowler. 69 8o. W. Tetnple-
MADE INTO WILLOW PLU1CBB.
comhlngs made into switches. IS S
2nd Hf VZ
Carpet cleaning done C D. Bates Elee
trlc Co- 321 Atlas. Was. 2724. e9S.1
makes. 108 E. 2nd Bo. Wasatch 4705.
CLEANING AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANING CO , ".."1 SO.
Stale sL Phones r".'.". m2(S',