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A THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912.
lerable Selling for For
Recount Aids the Bears
li in Wall Street.
L HTFUL RALLIES
Ij Active and Heavy,
but Little Left of
ij the- Early Rise.
JLtarK Oct, 4. Europe was again
wi"v fictor In today's stock mar
WkMi development! In the Balkan
K.1i4clDltated heavy Belling of our
KL t leading foreign centers, much
WSili to be taken hero.
K filing did not materialize ex
F until after tho close of the
WL iciaDfiea' London s closing
WzLtoT our stocks were highly en
K with gains q( a. point or more
WSLm. Canadian Pacific and St.
mr?.,e were all duplicated here,
Hat'toart business being on an px
Kalt. but local selling for profits
Wart account soon arrested tho
Inter, when tho offerings from
to pent In, the entire market
upland beforo the closing noth
TiTf of the early rise except In
.wuBces. The closing was active
JStriUi fitful rallies from tho
jficndlllons were favorable to the
7 Kot only did call and money
but bankers cancelled a. large
Tftegold engaged In London dur
L lc. This was accepted as
" improvement In tho monetary
Ited market moved with stocks,
m filial firmness and later lrregu
:H!il nts, par value, were ?2,o30,-
Iri States governments registered
BKtJ i on call.
' OIobIdk Stock List.
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Ifurtrel COO G9 BStf M
' iWt Hour .W 75 73 73'.4
r 700 124 i 123H 1
Iru t fat 1.700 ea'.i m 2ll
Esltra Oil ... . 00l B7 UM 6Sli
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Euuted MI S 14H 14
lUnMtTf 700l 44?; 431i 43i
EhK fc TW... n.f'OOl SOU R7.i S74
J iooiiosi losn iosvj
km M 200ll27l 1574 127Vi
K i Tel 1,-oollHSi 143ft 144
4001270 170 270
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2(,:oo 11 Mi 1104 nos
, . 100U024 lOIVi 102U
1 fait Una 0OOll43T;lll3 143U
n l Ohio IJ.SAftlllO; 100 lOSVi
Stti 2.600 r,l',i 4S !!
ifcjM Tranalt. . 5,200 024 31 01
I h'M: 10.3CO 27SS 27fi 276
Imitr 1.600 324 31i 314
tti k Ohio 6.000 Soli S S4U
ifcnl TVei(ra 1"4
liatStraul .. 21.60011134 112 112
It ftrlhtlrn. COO H14 14115 14Mi
IFitl I Iron 4.0W 42i 4H4 41'4
Uti Gu S.POO 14S 146Si Hfii
Mali . .. B 13 15il 164
1 i Ho-Ston 400 1T14 17041704
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tB' to hear onr first "com
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contrar7 0"r experi
lljjtji8 a the compnny's aim
JLDci to mako health pvinp
SELLING STOCKS BECAUSE
THEY BECAME BEWILDERED
Traders in Wall Street Apparently Not Willing to
Take a Chance If War Really Occurs
in the Balkans.
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
By International Nowo Service.
NEW YORK. Oct. -1. After a buoy
ant opening In the toolc market
today profit taking made lta ap
pearanco ln New York and then
tho Kclllng orders wcro shifted to
London, although It was perfectly clear
that many of them xvcro for New York
account. London and Europo really Bold
nome atocks today, but nono of any con
Hoqucncc. The foreign selling had
amounted to fully 200,000 nharcs for the
week, hut thin 1b not so Important, be
cause most of the stock sold Is already
In New York and has been delivered as
fast an sold. Not much stock will come
from Europe for delivery next week.
Prices, however, tumbled throughout
the day because the selling was not un
derstood until after the close of the mar
ket. No other reason could be Imagined
for European selling except a possible
war In the Balkans. Therefore, rumors
began raging again and troops Invaded
Turkish territory. Tho Servian minister
was recalled from Turkey and a treaty
of peace was signed between Italy and
Turkoy to preserve the balance of thlngB
abroad. During tho stock, market session
nobody knew how much of all this was
official and how much rumor, and there
fore tho traders became so bewildered
ADVICE I WHEAT
OH RUUS OF W
Chicago Bulls Take Little
Stock in Peace News and
Force Up Prices.
CHTCAGO. Oct. 4. Balkan war rumors
brought about today a substantial ad
vanco In the wheat market There was
a strong finish, with prices lie net higher.
Wheat bulls took only brief notice of
early peace news from Liverpool. Almost
Immediately an upward tendency begun,
and no material setback occurred the rest
of the day. Final quotations wore at tho
topmost point reached.
Bears suffered also from tho smallness
of the Increase of stocks northwest, the
mto of gain being about one-quarter as
fast as a year ago and a falling off of
wlntor wheat rccelptB. December ranged
from DOgc to 92c, with final' sales at the
last-named figures, a rise of ljc not.
Corn closed Jc down to Ic up.
Oats at the end had gained ic to l8c.
Provisions closed 10c to 35c up.
RANGE OF THE LCADrNO FUTUTIES.
WTieat Opening. HlglirsL Lowest. Clotlnc.
Doo 304 50S 93
Mr PO'i '.'3 95;
Vixi 6S FSi K2?i B3i
Mar 62 li 52i D:ii S2i
Dec S3 ."2 3S S2V
Mar 34i 54i 34i J4i
Cash quotations were as follow: Flour, itMdr; '
ry, No. 2. 606Jlc; brirler. ttni or mlsInK,
72374c: fair to cholco mnltlnB. G037:c: timothy
good, C.Wf4.M: clover eed. J13.O0tf1S.0O: mess
rork, 10: lard, ln tierces, 711-55; short
rlbn. Ioosq. JlO.ISftlO.PO.
Totsl clearances of n-heat nd flour were cju&1
to ES3.O0O bushel. Exports tor the vmV, M
i.)iovo by BraiUlrcet's. wcr cnual to 4.01J.0M
bushels. Primary receipts ivero 1.472,000 biuhsls.
compared -Kith 1.233.000 bushels the corresponding
day a year oro. Eitlmated receipts (or tomor
row: TVheat. S3 cars: com, 271 cars; oats, 200
cars; bona. ?0O0 bead.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. -I Cattle Ke
celpttf. 1500, Including' 00 southerns; mar
ket steady: native steers, $5.75g10.30:
southern steers. S4.25!f?6.0o; southern cows
and heifers. S3.;55.25: native cows and
hflfors. 52.2008.00: stockcrs and feeders.
?'.o0!3'7.25; bulls, S4.005.50; calves, $5.00
g0.50; western steers. ?5.00g)S.50; west
ern cows, $3.50;G.15.
Hogs Receipts. 3000; market steady,
bulk of sales. 5S.n0S.85: Heavy, JS.50Q
S.S0. packers and butchers. JS.602SS.90;
IlKht, SS.35S S5; pigs. ?C.004j..0.
Sheep Receipts, 6000: market weak:
muttons. 53.000.00: lambe, 55.50g6.60.
range wethers and yearlings, I3.E04.o0,
range ewes. 32.003.75.
CHICAGO. Oct. 4. Cattle Receipts.
I 300O: market, slow, steady; heeves, $o.o0
1100: Teafl ateeW. f4.506.00 western
steers 55.750.00; stockew and XeJje0r
$4.357.75. cows and heifers. ?2.So!5B.00.
SSSSSit W.OOO: market Be.
hlchcr light. SS.650.25; mixed v $8.65
nlcs 55 .75fflS45: bulk of sales, $R.Sn0'8.2O
P Ih'eep-RKcalpts. 12.000: rkt weak
natlvV. $3.2S4.20: weptcm. ?S. 104-20 ;
vtarllngH. $4.22j '2"lls- natlVC ?4-5
6.75; western, $l.m(Q'.0o.
ft,,.WA Oct. 4. Cattle Receipts,
c? canned $34j'4.25. stockcrs and fecd
JfJ ?4?2G7!7B: ; culve. $1.758.75; bulls.
"'tbs-RecVp'sfyoO: market. S cents
i.iLh.r TIeavv $S. 158. 65; mljccd. $8.55
glf?(S llKVs.60r8.70; pigs. Wfl: bulk
fShRcce&SS5i7.800; market, slow,
sncep ccciii.. wethers,
Now York Money.
nvvr YORK, Oct. 4. Money on call
Jjff; Tier cent; rullnjs rato 42 per
c"Jt; clSfn? bid 41 Per cent; offered at 5
ne,cont'ionq steadv: sixty and ninety
"commercial bill.. 51.831.
Bar sliver. 64c.
ernmeW bon'dJ; nrm; railroad bonds,
.,nfl,.n nct. 4. Butter Steady;
Flax, Oats and Bye.
sa. issssl c - e
,TJ.0U$rSJ?i.K? i?.'?1 e".i. $!.09a.M; "coad
ClFt. 'ilWlfflTSii nler. 40C45C
that, rather than take a chance, they be
Kan letllng their stocks go. Tho result
was that the market closed at the bot
tom, with nct losses of a point and more
appearing In tho standard stocks.
In the early trading many new high
records were made, the most notable be
ing those ln Amalgamated and St. Paul.
These two records seem to prove that the
Rockefoller party was working for high
er prices. It Is true that even the Rocke
fellers are bullish on copper, and, whether
true or not, that party can afford to be
bullish on St. Paul. It must also be
distinctly understood that the despond
ency of the Standard Oil explained in this
column a few days ago has reference to
St. Paul nltuatlon.
Money ruled easy, the highest price of
the day being only 5 per cent for loans
to carry over to Monday. Some $2,000,
000 of gold engaged for Import was can
TSarnlngB reported -today by the rail
roads continued the good news of growing
prosperity. For the fourth week of Sep
tember Canadian Pacific gained 13 per
cent gross. Minneapolis & St. Louis 21
per cent and Denver & Rio Grando 13 per
cent. Tho railroads will continue to In
crease their gross earnings, because tho
tonnago insured by the great crops will
bo tho greatest in the history of the
REVIEW OF TRADE,
Both Dun's and Bradstreets' Furnish
NEW YORK, Oct. 4 Bradstreets will
say tomorrow: Trade reports are moro
uniformly favorable than at any previous
time this year. From many points ln the
west reports are that trade is excellent,
while southern reports as a whole are
more optimistic. Jobbing distribution Is
relatively the most active branch of trade
and immediate fall demand 1b largely re
sponsible for the full volumes of sales
and shipments reported.
Buying of copper is steady.
Dry goods, clothing, Bhocs, hardware
and groceries make up a large" part of
the volume of trade now doing. Jewelry
is active, but some textile manufacturers
find labor troubles and not laws a bar
to full production.
Business failures In the United States
for the week ondlng October 3 wore 268,
against 228 last week, 201 ln tho like
week of 1311.
Business failures ln Canada for tho
week number twenty-six, which contrasts
with twenty-three last week and twenty
one In the corresponding week last year.
"Wheat, including flour exports from the
United States and Canada for the week
ending October 3, aggregate 4.919,030 bu
shels, against 5.850.920 last week. Corn
exports for tho week aro 28,157 bushels,
against 119.913 last week.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. R. G. Dun 2
company's Weekly Review of Trade to
morrow will Kay:
In no section is definite complaint of
deficiency ln trade now heard, while In
most sections there Is pronounced bouyan
cy with tho volume of business ln excess
of former years, an urgent demand for
Immediate delivery and a satisfactory de
mand for future delivery reaching well
Into next year.
In dry goods jobbers report a steadlor
and broader distribution, with an Im
provement noted ln the demand for cot
tons, and business ln woolons and
worsted. Retail trade ln cotton goods
shows great activity ln various sections
of the count ry.
Bradstreet's Bank Clearings.
t.'EW YORK, Oct 4. Brsdsirett'n bank clew
logs report for tho week ending October 3 shomi
so asKTCBato of $l,i:O.:sS.OQ0, s syslnst t3.I4?.
349.000 lsst -week nd J3.448.341.000 In tho cor
responding week list year. Too following; Is ft
lit of the cities: Inc Dec.
Now York JJ.eiS.EM.friO W.fi
CIiIcsko J2S.OM.000 12.9
Boston lff7.23.(W) 27.
Philadelphia. 183.033.000 7.7 ...
St Louis 74.S3l.0n ... 15.0
Kanwa City r.4. 743.000 ?.
rittibunr r.:.7(3.ooo .- -
Sin Francisco M.SM.OOO 7.7
nalllmoro 41.7:1,000 12.2
Clnclnnntl :.792,y0 6 5
Minneapolis 27.P27.P01 S
New Orlesn . IP.fOS.OOO 12.1
Clovelund 25.S14.0O0 11.0
Detroit SUM.000 17.1 ....
Los Appeles 22.27P.OOO 21.4
OmahA 17.278.000 S.7
MIlwatikM U.723.(KO 0
Loulicvlllo ". 13.76S.000 15.S
Atlanta 12.220.000 .... U-7
Portland. Or U.37.OO0 11 7
Peattli 12.2BO.000 J.4 ....
St. Taul 10.B55.O1 .... 4. P
Buffalo 1l.2?.c-50 13.0
Denver fl.07.0) .... 4.3
Indianapolis 7.679,001 .... 10
Prorldenc S.S14.000 1.9
Richmond 7.92.00i 4.4
Washington. D. C 7.?4.P0O 1.2
PL Joeph 27.000 h.Z
SALT LAKE CTTT s.OU.OOO . .. 10.
Spokane. TVarh 4.r5.nM .... 11.9
Tacoma a.9.000 .... 13
DulUth 6.CW.P00 11.1 ....
Oakland, Cat 4.076,000 x.1
Norfolk n.91.0A1 9.9 ...
Wichita J.443.0M .... ..2
Sioux Clly - 3.41S. 21.9 ....
Oklahoma 1.P33.CA1 10.7 . ..
San Dleso. Cal 2.92;.M1 1.7
Lincoln i.9?.coo s 7 .
TopeVa 1.34S.4W 12.7
Sacramento. Cal 1.9K.ooo 7 6
Stockton. Cal 940.OO0 3 2
Hoife. Ida " s .
Mo.kogee. OVla 5.000 11 1
Tulsa. Okla 723.000 :?
0den. Utlah 72.0 2
Slnux Falls. S. T 713.0 27. 6
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, Oct. 4. The Commercial Bulletin will
"A qUletnr week has been ln crldwce In the
Boston wool market and some dealers hav
shown a little- uneaslnffs over the fact that :h
mills have been te active In th market. The
mill buyers aver that concemlons have been
made In the Iradn. but this secroa contrary to
the stron? and healthy conditions underlying tho
'Transactions baro Untely Involved territory
wools, but have Included fmi fleeces and for.
elcn -wools. Tho UTnr strike had a dls
quletlns effect on the toTllle trade as a whol.
but Renerally the Eoods situation la very healthy
and evn actlva."
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 4. At tho beginning "t
business today tho condition of tbo United States
treasury was: i
Worklnc balancs ln treasury otflees....t S?.,?M
In banks and Philippine treasury 33.035.022
The total ot the itene.ral fund was
Receipt yesterday were-
Disbursements were " -;,t3
The deficit to dsl this flrcal year Is W..3S.2J:.
sxalnst deficit of J17,3S.J4$ at this tlm
last year. , ,
-ThM Osures eieludu Panama, canal and public
Now York Produce.
' NEW TORK. Oct. 4. Wheat Spot, firm; No.
3 rJ. $1.04 elevator and t.04 t.o.b. afloat: No.
1 northern Duluth. Jl.oOH f.o.b. afloat. Close.
l4c net hlsher. Export sales, forty loads. De
cember. 11.00 3.1; May. Jt-OI1-
Hop?, petroleum and wool, stsady.
Hides. Arm. .....
Haw sunr, steady: muscovado. J teit, 3.64c.
canlrHuRal. .94 test. 4 14e; molasjes. .19 ttit.
X.ISC Refined, steady. k
Coffee Futures Steady,
NE7K TORK. Oct. 4.-C.ffe floed bsrely
steady. nt 4 to S points lower. Bales. I'.ICO
naVs. October, 13.57c: November. 14.09o: De
ijnur. H.Mc: January. H.O:: February. 14.05c;
Vlajrh and April, 14.11c: May and June. 14.12e:
August and September. 14.11c.
Spot, steady: Rio No. 7. 14;? Santos No. 4.
Igije MIM, quiet; Cordova. 17lKr.
Tho Cotton Market.
NHTV TORK. Oct 1 Cottou closed nnn, to
19 poln,JI blBher
WHITE METAL GOES
UP 10TIB n
Copper and Lead Unchanged
in New York Market; Spel
ter Is Steady.
r Copper (electro) $17.62iH7.S7i n-
- Lead. Now York J5.10 bid
r Bar silver 6lc
1 4- Silver In New York. Z2 D-16d -J-
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. Copper quiet,
standard. $17.25 bid; October and Novem
ber, f 17.257)17.50: December, $17.25(3 17.60.
Electrolytic and lake. ?17.62ig 17.87;
Tin. dull: epot, ?50.55?j50.70: October,
;50.32tf?i50.G3; November.- ?50.30'Q50.G2.
Lead, quiet, $5.10 bid.
Spelter, steady, $7.507.75.
Antimony, firm; Cookson's, $10.12.
Iron, firm and unchanged.
Copper arrivals at New York today, 100
tons. Exports this montth. 20S0 tons.
London copper easy; spot, 7S; futures,
79. Local exchange sales tin, flvo tons;
London tin steady; spot. J-230; futures,
London lead. 21 7s 6d.
London spelter. 27 12s fid.
Iron, Cleveland warrants, C6s OA ln London.
A PROMINENT BANKER
Endorses fiJEAL Treatment
HABITS EASILY CURED
Laat December Mr. Fred E. Vorry. a
banker of Armlngton, III., had hla atten
tion called to tho remarkable merits of the
Ncal Three-Day Treatment for alco
holism, or the drink habit. Since that
tlmo ho has personally caused seven dif
ferent men to take the treatment.
Among the number Is a father and his
Bon. who both took the treatment at tho
same tlmo and In tho some private
room. Mr. Vcrry Is only one out of many
hundreds of bankers ln the U. S. and
foreign countries who aro co-operating
with the Neai work throughout the coun
try ln saving former good men ln their
own communities from the awful curse
of strong drink. "Vc want every banker
In thin cltv and territory, the afflicted
and all Interested in the uplift of man
to call, write or phone tho
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South, new Walker Bank Bldg.
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WILLOW CITY I
On main line of Grand
Trunk Pacific, and Pacific
and Hudson Bay Railway
At the Junction of the Fraser
and Willow Rivera the seo
praphlcal, strategic and com
mercial center of British Col
umbia with more than 1,000
miles of navigable waterways.
Is tho very heart of thousands
of ocres of the most fertile and
productive land In the world
the logical distributing point for
the Peace River country and
tho rich Cariboo mining dlatrlct.
. Tho great natural advantages
that brought Fort Georgo ho
prominently to tho front arc not
only repeated at WILLOW
CITY" but aro supplemented by
With tho Grand Trunk Pacific
building Into WILLOW CIT1'
from tho oaat and went and with
tho assurance that their lino
will be completed Into WIL
LOW CITY beforo the close of
next year; with the Pacific Sc
Hudson Bay Railway having
reserved large trackage and
depot sites ln WILLOW CITY
and their engineers on tho
ground surveying their termi
nals; and with tho Cariboo,
Barkervlllo & Willow River
railroad and eight other lines
projected. Is sufficient for tho
most careful Investor.
WRITE TODAY for maps,
pin's and printed matter, about
WILLOW CITY, where early
Investors, JuBt as they did at
Fort George, will reap the pro
fits sure to be made on lots
bought now, and securo the ad
vance bound to take place from
tlmo to tlmo as the railroad
PACIFIC BOND . LAND
555 Pacific Building
Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby glvon that sealed bld
will bo received by tho undersigned up
to 1 p. m.. October 6. 1312. for tho ma
terial and labor below mentioned and
according to the specifications which are
open for the Inspection of the bidders
at tho office of the secretary of tho
University of Utah, and all bids, at tho
above time, will bo publicly opened and
read In the office of tho Deseret Na
tional bank. In Salt Lako City.
All bids must bo addressed to the Uni
versity of Utah, Salt Lako City. Utah,
and marked at tho lower left hand cor
ner "Bid." or such bids may be deliv
ered to tho board of regents at said
time and place of opening same.
A certified check on some bank In
Salt Lake City. Utah, for at least o per
cent of tho amount of each bid must
bo Inclosed. Each check Is to bo payablo
to the underslsned. and Is to be for
feited to the undersigned ln case tho bid
is accepted and the bidder does not en
ter Into contract within threo days after
Its acceptance for the faithful execution
of the contract and bond herein men
The proposed contract and bona are
at said office and may bo ther exam-
'"a "bond must bn furnished for one-half
of the bid. with good and sufficient se
curities, all satisfactory to the under
signed. , ,, , .
Tho bids aro for the following work.
For constructing on the university
campus cement walks 6 and 8 feet wide
and aggregating approximately l-lr foot
in length. UNI V BR S I T Y OF UTAH.
I ACCOUNTS SOLICITED,
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern L,ftpS:
mtnt conducted In connection i with thU
bank. Safo docoalt boxea for rat U. 8.
DVr.8nL0rKn0x. ore.ldcnt: Jam. A. Mur.
rj, v"e orealdent: W. F. Earls, ca.hlar,
r A. Culbertson. assistant casnUr.
Capital paid In. MOO.OCO. Int.rasl oalf
an tlm dsDOilta.
We might truthfully paraphrase a fa
mous saving of Lincoln's and say "We like
little accounts because there are so many oC
them.:5 Totalled together, they make a
huge sum, and enable us to serve our custo
mers with effectiveness.
If your savings account would have to
be small, you will enjoy bringing it where it
is welcomed. If your account is large, you
will find it safer and better to deposit with
the bank where small accounts are most
numerous, for that bank will have little fluc
tuation in its business.
We invite YOU. Remember that ac
counts opened on or before the tenth will re
ceive interest from the first day of October.
National Copper Bank
- '"Ask one of our customers. "
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I WE CURE MEN I I
I WITHOUT PAIN, INCONVENIENCE OR LOSS OF TIME. NO FAILURES. TO
PROVE OUR NEW SYSTEM. WE OFFER FOR A SHORT
III TIME OUR SERVICES AT A SMALL COST.
VARICOSE Lost Vitality
Knotted Veins HPK. F"rM ,n w,e?is- lH
Lm Improvement from tho H
Cured by absorption: no HK start. If you suffer from H
p&ln. The enlarged veins fl 1 Io, of energy and ambl- B
aro due to mumps, blcy- .fluP 1 t'on, feel tired when you B
cle or horseback rldlnr. ASar PafeVaalk arise ln tho morning. IBVI
dtseaae, etc. In time It BW t"acf lame back. dizziness.
weakens a man mentally Vf P' H( spots berore the eyes, and HHVJ
aa well aa physically. We Ir. Tl fl you are not the man
will cure you for Ufa or lj J- J 1 you onco were. w will V
I make no charya. kir 52lam I cur yu for I"4-
Prices Always ) fStm Incurable
Reasonable E 'j Cases Accepted
We will give the poor- JF& JMaaT There Is no risk, for we
est man a chance, as welt aeVJPf do not treat incurable
aa the rich, to receive a flaVAVak f W cases under any consld-
cure from u at a small BSPHBWaV -r HW rrntlon. WB BO NOT J
cost THERE IS NO NaHftMSaiPAPJaW EXPERIMENT NOR J
m MAN TOO POOR TO 'Ml LuJPJMWgBsBPif USE INJURIOUS DRUGS l
GET OUR BEST OP1N- BmmSj3mm3KSXB TO RUIN YOUR BY3-
ION FREE. TEM.
OONT LET MONEY MATTERS OR FALSE PRIDE KEEP YOU AWAY. WE
CURE FOREVER CASES OF
VARICOSE VEINS. BLOOD DISEASE, LOST VITALITY. PILES. ECZEMA.
FALLING HAIR. FAILING MEMORY, OBSTRUCTIONS. NERVOUS. KID- J
NET AND BLADDER AILMENTS.
Any man who wants to bo cured, now that we will offer our services at a very
I LOW PRICE, has no excuse for suffering another day. Wo don't care who 1 J
baa failed. If you come to ua we will CURE you of any of tho above-named all- J
ments or not charie you one nanny for our sorvlces. Don't ulvo up beforo see
Call and see ua If you can. Write today for particulars If you cannot calt
IMedlcinea are from 11.60 to So.EO a o ours a.
DAILY HOURS 9 TO S. CONSULTATION FREE. SUNDAYS 10 TO l:
Salt Lake IViedical Institute H
15SJ SOUTH MAIN STREET. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 1 jH
OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CARD. H
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, 1912.
Depart. Dally. Arrive.
7.1 C A TlT Opden. MnJad, Denver, Omaha. Kansas Q.nfi A tut
.10 A. XU. . City, Chlcajro. San Francisco. Ely and In- - o .AU x. 1T1.
8'flO A HT Oeden. Locan. Pocatello. Boise. Aahton. Ifl'Dfl P TVT LaH
.UU A.1U..I Intermediate Montpeller. Golntr . . lu.Uu Jr. 1T1.
9:00 A.M... Motor flyer, Offden. .. 5:00 P.M. H
10:00 A. M. . Ocden and Intermediate polnta. . . 6:50 P. M.
11:40 A.M.. ver,ana SSIK rt lSSK Ch,caR0-.. 3:15P.M. H
11:59A.M.. 1X59 An"aaHSt'Sr&S!u chjeago, 4:45P.M. H
I.oc T IvT Overland Limited Opden, Reno, Sacra- O.AC T TUT aLI
,KJU JT. U. . mento, San Francisco. .UO x. 111.
2:45 P. M. .s Ocden. Boise. Portland. Butte. r. . 4:50 P. M
2:45 P.M.. Offden. San Francisco. ' r. . 6:50 P.M. H
3:30 P. M. Motor Osden, Brlgham. .. 9.'15 A. M
4:30P.M...en- MSrintl5dl.tny, Malaa-. 11 :30A.M.
Opden, Donver, Omaha. Chicago (Park
5:30 P. M. . .c'ly Groen West only re- ,.12:40 P.M.
6:00 P. M. Motor flyer Ocden. ,.. 8:00 A. M H
11:45 P.M.. Oeden. Boise, Portland. Butte. .10:30 A. M
City Ticket Office. Hotel Utah. Telephone. Exchange 19.
The Denver & Rio Grande
Effective May 19, 1912.
Provo, Mantl, Maryavale 8:00 a. m.
Mldvale and Bingham 7M5 a. ra.
Denver. Chicago and East.... 8:35a.m.
Park City 8:20 a. m.
Ogden and intermediate points. 10:35 a, m.
Ogden. San Francisco. Portland 13;-40 p. m.
Oi?dcn. San Francisco, Portland 2:45 p.m.
Mldvale and Bingham 2:45 p. nx
Donver, Chicago and East .... 5:20p.m.
Provo, Sprlngvllle. Tlntlc 4:50 p. m.
Denver. Chicago and East .... i:00p. m.
Ocden. Portland and Seattle ..11.10 d. rn.
Ogden, San Francisco. Loa
Angeles S.10 a. m.
Tlntlc, Sprlngvllle, Provo ....10.20 a.m.
Bingham and Mldvale 10:30 a-m.
Denver. Chicago and East 12:23 p.m.
Ogdcn and Intermediate points 2:10 n. m.
Denver, Chicago and Eajt .... -:30 p.m.
Ogden, San Francisco and weat 4:. 5 p. m.
Park City and Intermediate
points v o:00p. ro.
Bingham and Mld'ale 5:30 p.m.
Provo. Mantl. Marysvalo ..: 5:iX m
Ogden. San Francisco. Portland 0:50 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East . .t . .10:55 p. na.
Phone, Wasatch 2328.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
Of Stockholders of Costle Valley Coal
To the stockholders of Castle Valley
Coal Company: . , .
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of the Castle
Valley Coal Company, a corporation or
ganized and existing under and by virtue
of the laws of Wyoming, Is heroby called
to be held at the office of the eompany
In the court house block In the town or
Evanston. county of Uinta and statu of
Wvomlng. at 12 o'clock noon on Monday,
October lUh. 1912. for the following pur
poses, to wit: . 4l
1. To consider and act upon the action
of the board of directors of said com
pany ln adopting a resolution authorizing
fa) The Issuance and negotiation by
this company of a series of gold bonds
aggregating one million ($1,000,000.00)
dollars, to be dated October 1st. 1912. due
fifteen years after date, drawing Interest
at six per cent per ajinum. Interest pay
able semi-annually on the first days of
October and April of each year, said
bonds to be subject to call by tho com
pany at any time after three years from
date on any interest payment date, and
convertible into the capital stock of this
company at the option of the owner at
any time- on or before October 1st, 1915.
at tho rate of one share of said capital
stock for each two dollars of the faco
or par value of said bonds;
(b) The execution and delivery by this
company to a trustee of a mortgage
upon and deed of trust of all of the prop
erty both real and personal now owned.
tor which shall at any time during the
Ilfo of said mortgago and deed of trust
be owned, by this company to secur
the payment of all sums evidenced by
or to become duo under said bonds or
any thereof, excepting nnd reserving only
from said mortgage and deed of trust
shares of the capital stock owned by this
company In other corporations. H
2. To consider and act upon the form
and terms of tho bonds so to be issued
and th mortgage and deed of trust so
to be executed, all of which Is fully set I
forth In aJd resolution ot the board of
directors, and a full and complete copy 1
of which resolution will be presented to
tho stockholders of th:s company at said
special meeting for ratification or such
other action ns may be deemed proper I H
by said stockholders. 1
3. Tp authorize thn execution and de- H
livery of sold mortgage and deed of trust H
and tho Issuance of said bonds by tho
proper officers of this company. If said ;
action of the board of directors shall ba H
ratified and approved.
4. To take any and all other steps H
relative to or concerning the Issuance. 1
negotiation or salo of said or any of Bald 1
bonds nnd the execution and dollvcry of I
eald mortgage and deed of trust as may 1
bo deemed advisable by the stockholders 1
at said special meeting hereby called.
JAMES H. MAYS,
President Castle Valley Coal Co.
G. E. FORRESTER.
Secretary Castle Valley Coal Co. I
Dated Salt. Lake City, September 29.
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