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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, I9t2. 9 - M
'Bresentatives of Two Pro
HLed Lines Visit Utah
ijtVEYORS ARE BUSY
4V0 Bench Probably Will
Be Included in Route of
I; Main Line.
Ki tfl'Tbo Tribune.
Evo. Oot. 13. There has been more
among lnterurban railroad men
Hfe county In the past week than for
Eytars. Representatives of two pro
Hf lines from Salt Lake to Payson
-Ed all of the towns In the county last
jBisd each of the parties urged their
Hicuvs claims. B. TV. Hammer and
Alexander, who for themselves and
Es are asking for a franchise through
Httes of this county, visited moat of
lawns during the week and left a
H of their proposed franchise In
IK Within the next few days they
Wflle with the Provo city commission
Kmal petition for a franchise, and
Hffietlllon is to be considered by the
JHfr nnd commissioners at a meeting
' IB tdd next Friday.
IBors at Work.
Orem. general manager for A.
& Co., who have taken over the
s Rranted to A. J. Evans and
xtendlng from Salt Lake City
. Payeon. was in Utah county
days last week and made all
r arrangements for beginning
. sun-eying party Is today run
Ine between Provo and Spring
the Orem people. The work In
Ion Is under tho direction of S.
!r, superintendent of construe-
o was in Provo Saturday and
While the headquarters of tho
is to be established In Salt
r. Arentz says that the work on
will be carried on from Provo
an headquarters. This city la to
i the nuclous of operations and
street system Is to bo built here,
main lino running out from here
ft Populous Sections.
ts of surveyors arc to be put In
1 this week, one force started
i". going south, and Monday
another gang will start from
J go north It has been prac
lecldcd that the road will fol
county road across the Provo
rom Provo to Pleasant Grove,
i. is, pays Mr. Arentz, to build
e routes most thickly populated,
kejy to be tho center of popula
ting all of the most Important
n both counties,
rentz met with the Commercial
e last night and discussed with
nbers the most feasible routes,
sked by one of the members of
whether It was proposed to run
In line over Provo bench Mr.
said; "That section of tho
could not be oerlookcd. and In
ability the main passenger Una
over the bench, and a branch
eventually be run through Lake
id Vineyard "
irsntz assured tho members of
imerclal club that tho necessary
had already been secured to
e road, which will cost betwoon
0 and S2 500.000. and that work
!W to be pushed from now until the
JKb a3 in operation
'Mineral Manager C'rcm, after succecd
&0m. 'n setting tlie franchise extendod
Bfhe American Fork city council at Its
ton Friday night, went to Salt Lake
WjM WH1 return hero next Monday.
fBr- Arentz left here for Salt Lake to
AIH,and will return with Mr. Crem Wed
a"d by that time It Is expected
-preliminary survey will b completed
'pten Provo and Paycon.
H Shoplifters in Provo.
lilt Kal to The Tribune-
JBOVO, Oct. ID Shoplifting has been
fM? n 0'iltc pxtcrslvely In Provo re
Saturday ftenioo and evening
3JW.'ir ot logics were reported to the
Farrer Bros & Co. reported tho
ijof 8omc valuable silks and other
5H(l Mods"; and the Fair store reported
85K?e P"c that two chllds' coats and a
32Hr,i. BU'1 nad l)Pen stolen sorao time
J Election Judges Appointed.
! to The Tribune.
K CITY. Utah. Oct. 13. Following
e Judges of election for Park City
vember 5 named yesterday: Dl6
o. l. T. H. Jover. Walter Evans
Clarke; No. 2. L, A. Bridgeland.
ton and L. P. McGarey; No. 3,
tt Shields, R. II. Williams and
iN. Qulnn; N'o. 4, Jerome paxton,
Dalley nnd William Donovan; No. G,
Wackier, William Shea and John
f N'o. 6, Fred Grose. John T. Lcahey
Co Durklns; No. 9, Mrs. G. D.
and Richard Fleming; Parley's
C. J, Peterson, David Snyder and
"Jk Bull Moose to Have Ticket.
efJjW?1! to The Tribune,
CITY. Utah, OcL 13. Tho locnl
MooHers have decided to put a full
JKiy tlckcl- in tlie field for Summit
WSiI' vnd on Wednesday a county con
in Is to bo held here In the Raaband
-9J0, nominate, a ticket. Tho convention
'B3"ea for Uir afternoon, and In the
liK ' 8i a nlP has been arranged
ti.iull "eld in the Dowey theater at
at u'h,cli time Nephi Morris.
1 riSii e for governor, and other speak
y tfiK "''dress tho meeting.
Kf. Pined for Ganibling.
sTMPx to The Tribune.
Smtj&K CITY. Utah, Oct. 13. Judge
lKPn,V'. yesterday fined John Slngo, Sol
lllHl 5'okl. Frank Wilson and Evorctto
JPPn0n ?25 each for gambling.
Jki Braln Prol,aljly Affected.
ijHVal to The Tribune.
tCKFOOT. Idaho. Oct. 13. O. F-
(4Sll.n ?ne ot Blackfoofs oldest citizens,
'' JtfK, A1 Twln Fulla on a buslpesH trip,
iKJffan suddenly 111, and his wifo wan
iaB&'Jdy summoned. Dra. Mitchell
ffiqmi nJ. wet tho party at Pocatello, aa
r "K'Mr. and Mrs. Smith to this place.
'3Kt E0UNI TRK?'
H AttfiolCB. On sale October 19
TicUotB and reservations, Salt
AB -Route, 160 South irain.
StP WANT AD CHANCES ABB
"HpPi forceful, reliable, Thousands
tliom every day.
IDAHO BULL MOOSE
IN DESPERATE WAY
Seek Rehearing of Supreme
Court Decision Cutting Off
STATE TICKET STAYS.
Propose Now to Teach Col
onel's Followers to Write
Names on Ballot.
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Idaho, OcL 13. Failing to get a
rehearing, application for which will with
in a Bhort time be made to the supreme
court of this state in an attempt to secure
the consent of that body to reconsider the
issue of tho Roosevelt prealdontJal doc
tors and Bull Moose candidate for con
gressman, who have been barred from the
official ballot in this state, tho active Pro
gressive party leaders with headquarters
hero will wago a campaign of name writ
ing on the ballot November 5. The bu- I
preme court of this state, through Its re-
cont decision, virtually cut off the head
of the Bull Mooso In Idaho, for it prevents
the names of the presidential electors from
going on tho official ballot. It held that
the state ticket could stand and go before
tho voters. If there were a chance for
Roosevelt to carry Idaho prior to the In
stitution of the supremo court suit It van
ished when that tribunal held against the
presidential electors, assert those In close
touch with the situation.
Bull Moose Cut Off.
Briofly the suprome court held that
there was no provision either In tho gen
eral or tho primary election laws In this
state for the placing on tho ballot the
names of presidential electors who do not
havo a party standing. The samo rule, tho
court holds, applies to candidates for con
gress by such a party. Tho Bull Mooso
party, according to the court's ruling, has
no recognized standing in this state. The
power to name presidential electors of
parties of standing Is with the state cen
tral committees or In conventions to bo
held on the date of the primaries. All
other parties in this state the Republican,
Demoocratic, Prohibitionist and Socialists
are parties of standing. They cither
nominated their presidential electors at
primaries or at conventions, and there
fore they are hold to bo valid.
State Ticket Escapes.
The stato ticket escaped tho strong arm
of the law because provision Is made for
tho nomination of state offlcors by peti
tion. Presidential electors and candidates
for congressmen are not stato officers, ac
cording to tho Bupreme court, hence the
petition plan does not apply to them. Hav
ing been classed as stato candidates for
offices placed In nomination by petitions
duly signed, the Bull Mooso stato ticket
was allowed to go upon the ballot.
ITad tho supreme court cut oft the Bull
Mooso state ticket In deciding tho case of
Spofford vb. Secretary of Stato W. I. Glf
ford. to restrain the latter from certify
ing the third party tlckot In its entirety
there would not have been the surprise
that followed when It became known
that the court had cut off tho presidential
electors and tho candidate for congress
and left the Btata ticket intacL Few de
cisions of that court have created moro
of a sensation In this state. It stunned
the third party workers and surprised
even those who had attacked that ticket
In the courts. They were working to bar
the state ticket. Instead, the supreme
court upheld It and lopped off the heads
of the electors and congressman.
Campaign Is Bitter.
If the campaign was bitter before it Is
now verging on tho desperate. Both the
Republican and Democratic partleB are
bidding for tho Progressive vote for Pres
ident William Howard Taft and Woodrow
Wilson. The Progressive vote In this state
Is estimated by the most conservative
party leaders as a. large a very large
one. If it should swing for Taft It would
mean he would carry this state over Wil
son. If it goes to Wilson It wll g yo the
Democratic candidate a big majority.
In order to forestall tho Progressive
vote from swinging either to Taft or WI .
son. Progressive leaders are active in their
attempt to get a rehearing before the su
premo court in the case decided against
the and falling in this, will proceed
to wage a campaign of education calling
upon electors to write In the name of
presidential electors and candidates for
conrressmen. Plans are now. being made
to !ho4cr ' the state with literature to
this effect. A llvo effort will be made to
get a straight vote for the state party
ticket. The Bull Moose presidential eloc
nrn l arrea are II, Har and, 12. M. Har
ris L" Earl and H. C. Oln'cy. Tho can
d date for congress Is P. Monroo Smock.
STATE FAIR CLOSES,
Lincoln County Carries Off Sweepstakes
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE. Idaho, Oct. 13 Idaho s stato
fair closed In this city Saturday night af
r .l week featured with fat races, the
iimto of nne stock, horticultural and
aerStural exhibits during the day and
second and Canyon county thlid.
Hogs Damago Crops.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. OcL 13.-On com
i i . fSnrre Tosten, a well-to-do
?ir south of town, a warrant has been
B out of the Justice of the peace's
Issued oui oi " - f jame3 Kurvls. a
rrol The romplaint slates that the
7r?n,iot his been in the habit of turn
In hla ho loose at night in the Tosten
d miich to tho harm llwroof. Con
HfloraWe alfalfa and many hundred
pounds of potatoes have been destroyed,
according to the complaint.
Observe Oolurahuo Day.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO. Idaho. OcL 13. Colum
bus day was appropriately celebrated In
citv vesterdny by tho Italian society
SKwn ae the Chrlntoforo Columbo so
ciety by a parade and a . programme in
tho Woodman hall. At this programme
some of the leading members of tho Ital
?aT colon " hero gave patriotic addresses
English as well as In tho patois pt
the people. Monday night tho Knights
; rEiiimhua havo arranged for a swell
SlinS McNlchols & Wright's hall.
Freight Traffic Heavy.
Sneclal to The Tribune
POCATELLO. Idaho. Oct. 13.-Some
V hTJ . heavv trafllc on tho Oregon
Luca t inl In freight can bo received by
'miles of main line on the Idaho division.
n,?.utra n,K tailed 21B0 loads and 700
S,,1. i., rh," ?ny l'rore was also a good
Wj"tllui 'eight , department. 75 trains
I being hauled, with 2070 loads and 770
empties The freight congestion is se
eicly testing the inotlvo power and ma
on nory department, but the engines are
holding up splendidly. The car shortage
Is hindering the transportation ot the
great quantities of fruit, and right now
the great freightage In potatoes 13 a seri
ous matter to cope with.
Build Station at Blackfoot.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. Oct. 13. Survovors
, and supervisors went through Pocatello
yesterday en route for Blackfoot. where
tho new O. S. L. dopot Is to bc built.
I ho depot will be one of the best and
most artistic on tho whole system, belug
constructed of pink stono with gray polnLs
with a backing of common and pressed
brick. All the stone will bo taken from
the Roxburg quarries, and stonemasons
have been at work on the material, for
some time. '
Chicago Man Will Help.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Idaho. Oct. 13. J. A.
Farmer of Chicago has recently been se
lected by the board of the Y M. C. A.
hero .as physical director and also to have
charge of the boys' department of the as
sociation. Mr. Farmer is a graduate of
Bernard McFadden's physical culture
school and is an athlete of considerable
note. He has many plans for the work
this coming winter and has been busy or
ganizing the different groups and arrang
ing the different claBSeB. A number of
basket ball teams are to be organized
soon and class games will develop a win
ning "Y" team.
Interesting Calendar. I
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. Oct. 13. The
United States district court for the east
ern division of Idaho will conveno hero
tomorrow, with Fodoral Judge F. S. Die
trich on tho bench. The term promises
to bo very interesting. There will be a
number of the selllng-whlskey-to-Indlans
cases and the case of Frank Martin, the
Indian charged with attempting to brlbo
a witness, will be Investigated. Presi
dent King of the late defunct National
Bank of Salmon will be tried for making
false reports to bank examiners.
Family is Beunited.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida., Oct. 13. Mrs. A.
W. Workman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. 13. Whlto of this city, returned yester
day to her homo and husband In Idaho
Falls. This 13 tho person who left her
husband a fow dayn ago because he camo
homo drunk and beat her and threw the
Infant child across tho room, bruising It
badly. The spousu sobered up In Jail and
became very penitent, asked his wlfo for
forgiveness and to come home and tho
offense would never be repeated. The
wlfo forgave him and there was a happy
reunion in Idaho Falls yesterday evening.
NAME ELECTION JUDGES.
Cache Commissioners Appoint Supervis
ors for November Balloting.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOG Ails, Ot, 13. Tho county commhv
sloners appointed the following judges of
election yesterday afternoon.
Logan District No. 1 J. H. CarllBel,
W. II. Larsen and John F. Wright. No.
- Fred Bcrntson, Alma Johnson and
Gcorgo Lelshman. No. 3 H. H. Hawkea,
William Atuay and William Worley. No.
4 William T. HopklnB. William Evans
and Job Rowland No. 5 Joseph Tarbet,
J. W. Crawford and Arthur Batcson. No.
6 George Cole, Wl R, Andrew and Jacob
C. Johnson. No, 7 John O. Petersen.
Weston Vernon and L. Benson. No. 8
Olc Sonne, Charles Hansen and Ed Pe
tersen. No. 0 Fred Scholes, H. J. Fred
crick and Hyrum Hansen. No. 10 Rich
ard M. Smith, Alfred Gnehm and Chris
Wheeler Joseph Bergeeon, W. E. Rig
by, J. M. Anderson.
Lowlston A. B. Smith, George F. Raw
lins, J. C. Larsen, Jr.
Stephenson D. D. Buttars, T. S. Kar
ren, John Kemp.
Smithflold No. 1 James Roskclley, R.
B. Thornier. George Romney, Jr.
Smlthfleld No. 2 H. McCrackcn, F. J.
Gordon, W. H. Harpor,
Tlyrum No 1 C. L. Anhdcr. John
Mldgoloy, Ernest Petersen
.Hyrum No. 2 A. M. Israclacn, J. W.
Jensen. William McBrlde.
Hyde Park H. E. Hancey, Jr., William
Follett, S B. Thurston.
Cove Amasa Barnet, J. C. Larsen.
Petcrboro No. 1 E. L. Benson. Frca
Yonk. John Cunningham.
Peterboro No. 2 E. R. Ballard, O. F.
Nye. Moso Dahle.
Mendon William Cunningham, W. I.
Sorenson, Seth Baker.
College William Johnnon. James Ncl
eon, Fred Schenk. .
Providence G. Wt Marler, II. P- Ma
thews, Adolph Baer.
Trenton J. McClaln. Del Winn. J. It.
Cornish M. W. Butler. George E.
Pope. John Pierce.
Mlllville John Johnson, Martin Olsen.
JCla?kston Garret Dahle, J. B. Jardine,
; William Clark. Sr.
Benson T. E. Ricks, Joseph Roundy,
i H. W. Ballard.
Nowton Niels Jacobsen, . F. Jen-
son. Jr.. L. G. Clark.
Richmond No 1 Edgar Merrill. J. E.
Kwenson. William Woodland.
1 Richmond No. 2 Frank Balr., Ldwln
Small. H. Webb.
Riverside Thomas II. Reese. Mark
; Rogers. W. G. Reese.
! Avon Georgo Summers. John A, Mc
' Arthur. O. IT. Pulsipher.
Paradise-John Welch. T. K. Obray.
Llovd P. Oldham. . .
' WellsvlUe No. 1 D. IT. Stewart. Job
Miller. Georgo Perkins.
' Wiellsvllle No. 2-W. H. Maughan. Wll
' tnrrt Parker. G. H. Bradshaw.
ML Stirling John Jones, David Mur
ray. Wlllard Baxter.
ML Homo Lester Balr. Joseph Biggs;
one moro to be named.
North Logan N. A. Madsen, A B. N
man and Christian Larson.
Haines at Blackfoot,
Special to The Tribune.
BLACKFOOT. Idaho, Oct. 13. John M.
Haines, candidate for governor upon tho
nnnubl can ticket, arrived at noon from
fdaho Fans. The afternoon and evening
was spent quietly In conference with
nartv leaders of the county organization.
Mr Halnca leaves In tho morning for a
trip through tho Lost River district.
Objects to License.
Special to The Tribune.
TiOGav OcL 13. At the meeting of
thecltv commissioners held .Inst evening
the city marshal. A. E Cranney. made
formal objection to the granting of
a billiard hall license to the owners of
the hall conducted unstalra in tho Ed-
MnTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
N STOCKHOLDERS OF SALT LAKE
STOorvn TENNIS cLUB.
t cnnrlnl meeting of the stockholders
A, S Lake Tennis club will be held on
ThSSday. October 31, 1012. at 5:30 o'clock
Thuraiaj. y dub hoUBC Ql
r;imVornoratIon, on Tenth Knst street,
ll.-nSMond and Third South streets.
Salt Take City Utah, for the purpose, of
fevSi T?h ?.,0onf
Said articles from, eighty-five hundred
dollars to eleven thousand dollars, and
Ev increasing the number of shares from
SiKht "rive shares to one hundred ten
Snares, so that the first clause contained
In said article as and If amended shall
road' as follows:
'The limit of capital stock of nald
corporation I hereby fixed In the sum of
eleven thousand dollars, divided Into ono
hundred ten shares of the par value of
one hundrod dollars each. ,
Thr balance of said article to remain
and read as heretofore. By ordor of the
SWaK'Lake City. Utah, this
O'tli th.'y of October A D.. 1012.
' V) M. GARNETT. Secretary
wards block on Main street. Frank
Foraberg. an employee, was yesterday
sentenced for selling liquor there. The
rornmlesloncrfi desired that the complaint
bc made in writing, and therefore laid
the matter on the table until next Tues
day evening, when It will come up as a
special order and when the marshal will
make his charges In writing.
Columbus Extension Mining company,
principal place of business Suit Lake ;
Notice There arc delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of 1
assessment No. 7 of 21 cents per share. ,
levied on the 20th day of August. 1012, the
several amounts set opposite the names .
of the respective shareholders as fol
lows; No. of
No. Name. ' shares. AmL
1 Tony Jacobson 1 ? .02i
2 C. K. McCornlck .. 1 -025
24 C. K. McCornlck .... 2 .05 :
46 V. S. Snow 1,000 26.00
74Rudolph Olson 200 5.00
113 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 500 12.50
114 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 500 12.50
12G Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 1.000 25.00
128 G. B. Walker 1,000 25.00
134 E. W. Griffiths 200 6.U0
153 E. W. Grlfflts 500 12.50
105 Jas. A. Pollock &: Co. 500 12.50
198 E. W. Griffiths 1,000 25.00
201 E. W. Griffiths ..... 500 12.50
215 R. K. Cobb & Co... 1.000 25.00
216 R. K. Cobb & Co 1,000 25.00
221 Tony Jacobson 40 1.00
228 W. M. Havonor 500 12.60
237 Arthur E. Snow 500 12.50
268 H. B. Cole 500 12.50
269 H. B. Colo 500 12.50
275 J. E. Beverldgo 200 5.00
276 J. E. Bevcrldge 100 2.50
293 F. R. Snow & Co 1,000 25.00
308 F. R. Snow & Co 500 12.50
312 Orson M. Rogers ... 2,000 , 50.00
319 S. R. Neel 100 2.50
323 II. W. Doschcr 100 2.50
333 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 100 2.50
340 W. J. Lawrence 300 7.50
352 F. R. Snow fc Co. ... 52 1.30
354-W. D. Nebeker 500 13.50
374 A. S. Campbell .... 100 2.50
387 S. R. Neel 100 2.50
3S8 S. R. Neel 100 2.50
389 S. R. Neel 100 2.50
394 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
404 W. J Browning 100 2.50
409W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
418 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
419 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
421 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
422 W. J. Browning 100 2.50
425 W, J. Browning .... 100 2.60
434 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 200 5.00
466 H. W. Doschcr 200 5.00
469 H. W. Doschcr .. 100 2.50
489 Dern & Thomas .... 100 2.50
491 Dern & Thomas .... 100 2.50
551 ID. A. Hardensteln .. 500 12.50
557 H. W. Doscher 300 7.50
558 H. W. Doschcr 200 5.00
568 R. S. Wimmer 500 12.50
570 J. L. ICarr 400 10.00
582 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 500 12. CO
602 Jas. A. Pollock & Co. 100 2.50
627 C. L. Whitney 1.000 25.00
C56 W. J. Lawrenco 100 2.50
fifi Mirhnnl Zturlnr 6G 1.65
697 R. K. Cobb & Co. .. 500 12.50
709 W. J. Browning .... 100 2.50
736 H. W. Doscher 1,000 25.00
739 C L. Whitney 500 .12.50
765 F. R. Snow & Co. .. 1.000 25.00
7871. IT. Demlng 100 2.50
S10B- S. Wright 1,000 25.00
826 W. H. Child 500 12.50
832 W. IT. Child COO 12.50
844W. II. Child 100 2.50
S51 S. G. Savllle 300 7.50
85S W. M. Havenor .... 500 12.50
862W M. Havenor .... 500 12.50
870 W. M. Havenor .... 100 2.50
S92 W. M. Havenor .... 100 2.50
909 W. M. Havenor .... 300 7.50
9S1 W. M. Havenor .... 500 12,50
1013 J. R. Walker 1,000 25.00
1024 W. T-T. Child 1.000 25.00
1030 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1031 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1040 W: II. Child 500 12.60
1066 W II. Child 600 12.50
1070 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1077 W. H. Child 1.000 25.00
10S1 W. 71. Child 5,000 125.00
1083 W. H. Child 10,000 250.00
1088 Alma Eldrcdge 1.000 25.00
1095 W. H. Child 1,000 25.00
1108 W. II. Child 200 5.00
1123 Joes Knight 600 12.50
1125 Alma Eldredgc ...... 1.50O 37.50
1138 Dr. C. W. Gates 500 12.60
L139 Dr. C. W. Gates .... COO 12.50
1142 Geo. Kay 45 1.12J
1140 R. RNeel 30 .75
1166 F. R. Snow & Co. .. 200 5.00
1193 G. J. C Armstrong 7,000 175.00
1206 Jess Knight 600 12.50
1213 O W. Pratt 1,000 2o.00
1230 II. R. McMillan 600 12.50
r'31 H. R McMillan .... 100 2..50
1296 C. W. Pratt 500 12.50
iri-V. II. Child 3,000 75.00
13-5w. II. Child 1.000 25.00
-ifiW. IT. Child 1.000 25.00
1327 W. IT. Child ........ 1,000 25.00
13'8 W. TT. Child 1.000 25.00
1330 W. H. Child 500 12.50
1334 A. S. Campbell 100 2-50
1351 A. L. Thomas 500 12.50
1357 J W. Hilton 500 12.50
1367 C. W. Pratt 10.000 250.00
1368 C W. Pratt 16 000 400.00
1369 Alma Eldrcdgo .. . 1.500 37.50
And In accordance with law and an
order of tho board of directors, made on
the 29th day of August. 1912. so many
"hares of each parcel of such stock as
mav be necessary, will be sold at public
auction at the office of the secretary,
room 402, Felt building. Salt Lake City,
Utah, on the 23rd day of October, 1912, at
3 p. m.. to pay the delinquent assessments
thereon together with the costs of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
F B. COOK, Secretary.
Office 402 Felt building. Salt Lake City.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
Of Stockholdero of Castle Valley Coal
To tho stockholders of Castle Valley
Notice Is heroby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of tho CaBtlo
Vallev Coal Company, a corporation or
ganized and existing under and by vlrtuo
of the jaws of Wyoming, Is hereby called
to be held at tho office of the company
In tho court house block In the town of
Evanston. county of Uinta and state of
Wyoming, at 12 o'clock noon on Monday,
October 14th. 1912. for the following pur
poses, to wit:
1. To consider and act upon the action
of tho board of directors of Bald com
pany In adopting a resolution authorizing
(a) The issuance and negotiation by
this company of a series of gold bonds
aggregating one million ($1,000,000.00)
tlollars. to bo dated October 1st, 1012, due
fifteen years after date, drawing Interest
at six per cent per annum, Interest pay
able semi-annually on the first days pf
October and April of each year, said
bonds to bo subject to call by the com
pany at any time after three years from
date on any interest payment date, and
convertible into tho capital stock of this
companv at the option of the owner at
any time on or before October 1L 1915.
at tho rate of one share of said capital
stock for each two dollars of tho face
or par valuo of Hald bondB;
(b) The execution and delivery by this
companv to a trustee or a mortgage
upon and deed of trust of all of the prop
erty both real und personal now owned,
or which shall at any tlmo during the
llfo of said mortgage and deed of trust
b owned, by this company to secure
tho payment of all sums evidenced by
or to becomo duo under said bonds or
any thereof, excepting and reserving only
from said mortgago and deed of trust
shares of the capital stock owned by this
company In other corporations.
2. To consider and act upon the form
and terms of tho bonds bo to be Issued
and the mortgage and deed of trust so
to bo executed, all of which Is fully set
forth In said resolution of tho board of
directors, and a full and complete copy
of which resolution will bo prceented to
the stockholders of this company at said
special meeting for ratlllratlon or such
other action ns may be deemed proper
by said stockholders.
3, To authorize the exocutlon and de
livery of said mortgage and deed of trust
and tho lssuanco of Bald bonds by the
proper officers of thin company. If said
nctlon of tho board of directors shall be
ratified and approved.
4, To take any nnd all other steps
relative to or concerning the Issuance,
negotiation or sale of said or any of said
bonds and tho execution and delivery of
eald mortgago ahd deed of trunt as may
ho deemed advisable by tho stockholders
at said special mentlng hereby called.
JAMES H. MAYS.
President Caetlo Valley Coal Co.
G. E FORRKSTER.
Secretary Castle Valley Coal Co.
Dated Salt Lake City, Soptembor 26.
EBER W, HALL. UNDERTAKER AND
cmbalmer. 164 So. West Temple. Phone
E. G. O'DONNELL. UNDERTAKER
and embalmer, hai? moved to new loca
tion, 225-227 South West Tcmplo street.
Realty bldg. Phono 5S0. . o3393
IIUDDART FLORAL CO.. 62 SO. MAIN
kU Phone 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. n!632
THE LEADING FLORIST. W. W. KING.
214 E. 2nd So. Phone 37 b297
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McKenzle. Display yards. 442 So State
ly guarantee my great eucceaaful
"Monthly" remedy: safely relieves iomt
of the longest, most obstinate, abnormal
cases Id three to five days; no harm, pain
or Interference with work; mall 1.50.
Double strength 2. Dr. B. P. Southing
ton Remedy Co.. Kansaa City, Mo. cl5
LADIES! ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Chlcheaters Pills, tho Diamond Brand.
For 26 yearn known as Best, Safest. Al
ways Reliable. Buy of your DrugjliL
Take no other. Chlcheaters Diamond
Brand PU1 ar old by Drugtts every- .
ANY GIRL NEEDING FRIENDS WILL
find them at the Salvation Army. Ad
dress all communications to Mrs. Adju
tant Sloate. 521 East Third South streeL '
Salt Lake City. n2433
SISTER OF D. H. BOGGS, KINDLY :
communicate with Mrs. Abraham, 2247 1
Millard ave. Chicago. I1L g2617 ,
WILL PAY FOR INFORMATION OF
Henry Langdon. A. Langdon, 1475 E. ;
Jefferson. Detroit, Mich. g3643
PARTY GOING WEST WILL LEARN
something to bin Interest by addressing 1
Trlbuno 32-X. hl898
(Dr J. W. Ewin). 218 Kearns bldg. Was.
932. Opon evenings, 7 to 9; Sundays. 10
a. m. to 2 p. m- h!037
DR. J. B. KEYSOR. 240 MAIN ST., TEL.
Wasatch 6628. Good set teeth, $5.00.
DR. HODGES, DENTIST. SUITE 217-18
Brooks Arcade bldg. Best and cheap
esL Wasatch 305i. g3533
A. W ENSIGN, D. D. S.. Sugar House
over Grant drug store. Office hours 9
a. m. to 6 p. m. Phone Was. 1473.
H. J. SMITH, dentist. Is at his old loca
tion at Murray. 116 So. Stato sthllJl
DR. F. E. MORGAN. DENTIST, 502
Scott building. Opon evenings. d2663
LOST AND FOUND
tlon; can havo same" by calling at 632
West 1st South by paying for this ad.
LOST ON 3RD AVE. CAR. MONDAY,
parcel containing collar set and lace.
Return to 12 and 14 Main at. Reward.
LOST PIERCE BICYCLE NO. 120059,
taken from Lafayette school October
10; S5 reward. R. D Pomcroy, 218 E
STRAYED 6 MONTHS OLD LIGHT
bav colt. Return 357 So. 1st West
LOST LADY'S GOLD BAND BRACE
let. ongraved Nettle E. Slnnett. Return
to Tribune and receive reward, h!714
sage; New York method: rheumatism
cured. Room 20 Galena block, cor. 2nd
So. and State sts. h!755
MISS T. HARDING. LATE OF CHI
cago. massago and scalp treatment.
260j Main. S244S
MASSAGE AND MANICURING. 326 SO.
Main, room No. 1. g3270
xvesisllTrtsntand repair all
makes. 109 East 2nd So. Wasatch 4iUJ.
expert workmanship; satisfaction guar
anteed. E. Nielsen. 67 So. State. a3683
I ""PAY BEST ' PRICE FOR SECOND
hand goods. W. Sllckman, 71 So. W
Temple. Wasatch 4513. h!760
shorthand and typewriting. .U3 D. F.
Walker bldg. g2701
AND ORAL PROPHYLAXIS, 630
KEARNS BI DC. aS353
PAINTING AND DECORATING
Wasatch 67H. All work guaranteed.
SIGNS AND SCENERY
brass, chipped glass and pointed. Phone
Wasatch 1508. x23
fl.50. Ladles, bring them to Velvctlna
parlors,, 62 E. 4th South. g3544
und reblocked. Salt Loku Hat Factory,
6 W. 2nd South. Was. 2707. f2514
COAL AND KINDLING
e pTelTcau btTokvood
and kindling. 165 East 4th South; both
Suits and overcoats from $15 up.
alsm5vfitting and lock work
a specially S L Lock Worfcs. Was.
light llvory horseit bought and Bold.
Phone 81. cHl
lection agency. 401 Boston bldg. was.
Regaining a Treasure I
Regaining a treasure that has been lost restoring a
keepsake, an heirloom or an article of value to the rightful
owner such is often the result of Tribune "Want Advertis-
Telling the possible finder of a loss must be accomp
lished at once. What other means can do it so quickly and
at such a minimum expense as a Want Ad?
Losers and finders of lost articles both watch the Wants,
for they, from time to time, contain items of special signifi
"Many a thrill of joy has resulted from a Want Ad under
the lost and found headings. Many a lost article of rare
value or endeared associations has been promptly restored iH
through The Tribune Want Columns. 'J
In ever' case of emergency the Wants are at your serv- 'H
icarly ready for business. One door east
rou get tho neatest, up-to-date shoe ra
mlring In the wesL
MONARCH SHOE REPAIRING CO..
31 E. Second South. Wasatch 3533. ,
WILL SHIP CAR H. H. GOODS TO LOS
Angeles and one to Chicago and one to
Portland, and ono to Florida next ten
lays; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage Co.. 72 So. Main. n3808
HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED AT
418 State at. Ladles' soles from 40c up; 1
heels, 20c; rubber heels, 35c. Gent's soles
from 50c up. Other work accordingly.
LIST YOUR SECOND-HAND AUTOMO
blle with us. Wo have customers for
all kinds and sizes. Fowler, 53-59 So.
W. T. g3362
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS WANTED; i
will pay you first-class prices. H. c
Fisher & Co., 165 So. W. Temple. Wa-
satch 5171. (
WANT TO BUY A HALF ACRE LOT
on north or east bench; give location. :
price, terms. Address R-7. Tribune. :
WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS REAL
estate acentf. men or women: gooa
pay guaranteed. Apply Intormountaln
Realty Co.. 205 Tcmplcton bldg. g!527
ALL KINDS SECOND-HAND CLOTH
Jng, trunks, valises; best prices paid.
23 Commercial at. Reply by postal card.
Phone 3771. t74
UTAH JUNK CO. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rub
ber, copper, etc 840 So. 4th WeBL Phone
Waaatch 229. ml 072
BEST PRICES PAID FOR COPPER.
brass, rubbers, bottles, Iron, etc. West
ern Junk & Metal Yard, 1044 So. State
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING AND
mattress remaking. Utah Bedding &
Mfg. Co. Phone 383. o202
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture, carpets, stoves, trunks
and valises. Wasatch 896. g3373
WE BUY LADIES' AND MEN'S CAST
off clothing: best prices. L. King. Wa
satch 2176. hi 32
WANTED BRICK WAREHOUSE WJTH
basement on trackage. Address S-jVJ.
I PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR YOUR
old clothes. Bell 6021.
YOUR OLD CLOTHTNG; WILL CALL
Salvation Armv, Phone. t219I
PASTURE HORSES. CALL HYLANP
3097-M. 1900 "E. 12th South h644
WANTED GOOD JERSEY COW. E. M
Wciler, 111 McCornlck hlk. hlo41
ONE SMALL OP MEDITIM-ST7JED TLVRT
coal heater. Phono Was. 2365. hlOO?
WArrf-pri Tn TP atve
600-ACRE GRAIN AND FRUIT RANCH,
100 acres In alfalfa, larce lake and res
ervolr: first water rights from river: good
new buildings: all kinds of farming Im
plements, horses, etc.: want good Salt
Lake property In exchnn?e. W. M. Tur
ford. Fort Duchesne. Utah. e30Z0
WTLL TRADE HORSE, SURREY AND
harness for good piano. Call Wasatch
4S1S. ' nS17
WATTT'.'r TO RTTrTT
farm, not less than 40 acres. In Salt
t.aUn rountv. Address West Side Phar
macy, Salt Lake City, or phone Wasatch
MAN. WIFE AND CTHLD YATu 2
housekeeping rooms or small furnished
house. Please describe and stato lowest
price. R-19. Tribune. 5
UNFURNISHED ROOM. SUITABLE
for storage purposes. S-45, Tribune.
WANTED "ROA'wn AND ROOM
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM IN A
private family, by a lady teacher, on So.
State or Wandamere car line. Address
R 50, Trlbupc. "53C
WANTT1D TO BUT
chair. Call Hyl.ind 1254-J. gB30
guaranteed; prices reasonable. Was.
CC1S-J. 223 W. 5th South. "S30
D R B 3 S M A KING. SATISFACTION
guaranteed Prices reasonable. 223 w.
5th South. Waaatch 6G13-J. h!293
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING AND
millinery; women's and children s work
a npoclalty. 32C So. 10th East. g3339
pert furriers, prices reasonable. Hud
son Bav Fur Co., 123 Main- Phono Woa.
GENEVA C. HICKS & CO.. 63 SO. . 6TH
EaBt. fura made, cleaned, repaired and
remodeled. A complete, lino of
mado fura to select from- "Was. SjOJ
newn. O. W. Powers, Thomas Marlon
eaux. J. W. McKlnney. Roger W. Powera.
Top floor front, Kearns b)dg. Bell 1S50
j. S. Forrlngton. notary. "383
D. L. OLESON. LAWYER.
307 Boston bldg. Wasatch 4472. p630
Ing and general accountancy. 6.5 51c
Intyre bldg. Waaatch 5164. c20ZZ
paired. Salt Lake Mattresa & Mfg.
Co. Photoa 3299. P55
GIRLS WANTED IN PACKING DE- -
partment; steady work; good wses-
Sweet Candy company. 21S South First ,
GIRLS . IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. AP- H
PLY READY FOR WORK AT S A. M. . H
AND 1 P. M. DAILY. TROY LAUNDRY. .
431 SOUTH 6TH EAST. (
AT ONCE, THREE BRIGHT, CAPABLE a H
ladles over 21 to travel, demonatrato r,
and sell dealers; $25 to $50 per week. r. r. .
fare paid; ULih and northern territory. - !
Goodrich Sales Co.. 62 EaBt 4th South.
GOOD RELIABLE GIRL FOR GENER- tH
al housework In small family. Wages . K H
$5 per week; good homo for right party.
S23 2nd ave. hlSOO H
SUCCESS INSURANCE UTAH BUSI- H
ness College preparation for business f.
life. Start a course now. Boston bids:..
day or nlghL e!53
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE-
ment First Congregational church: wa
get you a position frco of charge. Tele-
phone 5S22. t2773 H
COMPETENT GIRL OR WOMAN FOR H
general housework and cooking: two ror I
In family. Apply afternoons or evenings,
24 L bL h!393 H
ATTEND HENAGER"S BUSINESS COL- H
lege, tho leading commercial school of
wesL Day and night sessions. Enroll
now. Position guaranteed. h!805
STENOGRAPHERS. TAKE SPEED DIC- H
tatlon. day or evening. 435 Conatltu-
tlon building. Wasatch 6706. g278
WANTED MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN AH
for general housework. Was. 4359.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: H
$6 per week; references required- 37
So. 6th EasL g3661 H
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: ONE WHO H
can go homo nights. Apply In mornlntr
at 330 A sL h355 H
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: , H
small family. 907 3rd ave. Was. 3182-J. H
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR GENERAL H
housework, good wages. 7 KcnslnKton
apts. hS27 ' H
WANTED. EXPERIENCED JACKET H
hands for alteration departmenL Apply i
L. & A. Cohn. 222 Main at. JM
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL j H
housework and cooking; no laundry
work. 667 E. 2nd South. h974 j M
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED SEAM- ) H
stress, also skirt maker. Madame Yin-
cent Sullivan. 141 Eo. 2nd East. h97t H
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL H
housework; must know how to rook.
Apnlv 6" First ave. h!135
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK H
2 In famllv. 364 Douglas ave., bet. 12th 1 H
and 13th East. M121 H
WANTED SEWERS ON FURS: GOOD H
wages. Hudson Bay Fur Co.. 12 Main
GIRL FOR GENER A. L HOUSEWORK: H
Fmnll family. No. 8 Gibbons apt. Was.
2406-J. hl250 H
OTRL TO TAK CARE OF CHILDREN. H
Tnqulro 26 West 3rd South. $5 per
week. hi 294
AT ONCE. GIRL FOR GENERAL H
houxework and cooking. 670 East So.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY. HOTEL H
cljcar stand: state all particular. P. O.
box 6. h!390 H
COOK AND SECOND GIRL. TELE- H
phone or apply to Capt. G. D. Tond.
Fort Douglag. h!3S8
GJRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; . H
small family; good wageF. 129 G st.
A GOOD WOMAN TO KEEP HOUSE
for ? pmall Christian family. Addr!
S.42. Tribune;. hl694
WANTED TWENTY GIRLS TO LEARN H
mantjlo work. Apply at Model Laun
dry. State and Oerden ave. . hl70S
GOOD GIRL OR WOMAN FOR HOUSE- H
work: one tlmt can so homo nights;
trood wacrcs. 549 East Gth South. hl6x
GIRL FOR COOKING AND DOWN- H
stairs work; no children; good wace.
587 First ave. hi 623
COMPETENT WOMAN TO DO GEN- H
eral housework, $3 per week; small
family. 253 3rd ave- hlOlS
LATA' TO DO PLATN SEWING. C14 SO. H
11th West. h!724
,V NURSE GIRL. APPLY NO 13
Bransford apts. hl790
WANTED WAITRESS. WILSON CAFE. H
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSET'ORK;
no washing. 123 12th East. h61S H
TWO GIRLS. A NTTRSE GIRL AND A
cook. Waeatch 4653. g3769
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 376 North 1st WesL hlia
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
12S S nt. h!162 H
IiADY PARTNER FOR ROAD SHOW AT H
once. Address T-42, Tribune. hlS97 fM
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. " ,
no laundry. 329 East 3rd South. hlSOO jH
WANTED A WOMAN AT 326 SOUTH
State. h!903 H
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK?
80 G ctreeL Was. 51S0-W. hlOOl M
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 715 3rd ave. h!908 H
GIRLS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. "PAL-
aoe Laundry Co., 756 E. 4th So. Ti1720 jH