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P THE SALT L'AKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1912. H
Er in Wall Street Almost
Ha Standstill on Eve
of Election. ,
B LEADERS STRONG
1 f the Railways and In
1 jals Heav' Where Not
l Absolutely Weak.
A TORK. N'ov. 1 ISxtronie dull
f Irregularity marked stock cx
peratlons today. For tlio Kicatcr
the session tradlnp was almost
idftlll. Some stocks, notably St.
.'the HIM Issues, wore moderalc-
it tlic outset, while most other
hallways and Industrials, wero
hen not absolutely woak.'
Vflnal hour, when enll money.
1(j opened at 7 por rent, id I to
ter SJ prr emit, tlio riillru list
wword until most 1ok?cs were
n recovered. Ihipli Galley. St.
n Fnclflc and Steel led tho rif'c.
Nnrllirrn and Northern Fa
d to oarly pains. mid Anial-
-which hud been amonjr the
;of the Icwleis. also recovered,
a some Hhadlnc toward the elose,
undfirtone continued ilrm.
nd marltet was Irregular: Total
r value, asurecated ?-'.100.f'on.
ifitatrs Us declined 1 per rent
rtjrtstflrcd. 3h per cent on call.
; OloBing Stock List.
a copwr zo.m mm w;i ?n
Airictil ' inol r.s I r.7u
ABcu 'Vdy"".. PM RSI J H 5 BUS
fl cotton on ,. . ioo r.7 5sj k;
flKthsixd -100 151 1'i IS
AiHioromntlro ... 1.600 ll 41 (Oi
AMatlt - n--f... 2.?oo sr. stuf h
n TT. :m tor! io:4 lftT's
Lm6sir rw a,:ort i:s iimi'iu
VWTel & Tel....... mut h:,(ii:'.',
, Btofcirco 700 27Sil277 l27Ri
jjjjM.Minint Co.... :.aw jujri
iMoKeiit "uiiiv '.!'.". iio iisiiiii-v
W-'4 Oblo 1.S0O l'oj'.IIO.'.MinS'-s
LMt(i :.:oo rm 44 t4;
feipM Traailt... i.SOfl J0l f3l
iiHuine 2r,;itiio; :?
HKtiirr 1.300 si'il st nis
Ohio. . .. I 2.S13I MS I SI i Sl-i
flSmt Wnlrm . .1 it 19 I is
1"Wn & st rui . 1 9..vviiti'.tiii9U 111
Norther-Mem .1 SM13P;I 1JS' tt!
trl & Iron . I SK1 I S.'-U SB
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t 5ttl . .' COO! 3lii 31 I 31
' SOO! 02il 52l f2'4
Co... .1 l.Wl :0'l MJij 25.
Ini tiU, ".'.. 200; Sotjl 35Vii 35li
Lint. I 1001 21 I 21
il Iron . i lOOt hi I C4 i 51
He 1 2.700lll0iill03V41lO
My I i.oooi 2'?;i C9 I as;i
.. t 400' S1SI SI I MU
per ' J !.. ..J 40i
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1 ,4001 ?0li' ro I Ml
neally I J I sot;
nubw ; i.eool r.2 l r.i I tin
Ktl I 7?.P00 '7 li' 7CV' 7ST4
I 5MU12U;il2 1112V,
3.3001 fiiil s:
Chnnll.... IOOi 47ll 47U' IGI4.
IPO! 4;l iH i'i
4001 t;. I iml 14a;
lini 100' 54i' 54Vi' RIVi
., 400! 7S1 7S 1 77i
ric 1.000' S2 I !14l ilH
: Ktlf.. ' I... .1 S'A
for lh dy. 3ir..l0-3 harc.
iew York Bonds.
t... . 101 K V So ret or 55
.101 I, Sb lch 4i 1531.. 92;
1016 I N un 4s ST"
- 10214 M, K & T lat 4g... Oi;
B: .1H do con 4'.i SV.i
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W op..,.101; do conv Kr
LIH E,(t s, fil N Hr f Mex 4i!.- "0
II(RT H2' do dob 4 0
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7 ?7HSt L i- S P fK 4i... 7?;
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JKr ?3H do let iri 4 M
tf' r r sun
- dn cv 4r 102
J3 dn a"d ret 4.
s.J0.l' S Stffl 2nd n..l02
OE K Valiiah lit JC In. M
'' . 01
m New York Money.
fcBR' Nov 1 Money on call
iKit." pet' cen,: ofrcrtl nt
ta.r1'n,.!?ll'0,1K: i,xtv and ninety
cent, six month, SJTf3 per
ln f ites.M 9i.lU'- wllh nflual
ft bill. nkc,rs hm nt LSI. "5 for
,r ft"o'nd,C'stCad; .railroad I
iMf-n hIcaB Produce.
" Bo?"r8ts fe-' ,9r:i,l!i ordinary
. 4ttd,?aV ,74r lTSc: twin.,
iBgSnl A,ncr,Ctth' ni17Se: loni:
fKiiiv' Mlch,Ba"' S'SrS3c; Wla
., m.ff0e ?wturcs Steady.
' llKtM ,:!0'. I.-Coilre r.ilurv.. Mcndy;
1 ."Vwb. rn,," lr. Novcnihcr.
: flBT"ji' ' "'i' uxSpMu M,t,7,'nir'.
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B EiU-f -rThr quotation coinmlt-
TURKISH BANKERS SEER A
LOAN IN UNITED STATES
This Country Has the Money, but Will Not Fur
nish It for War Purposes; Stock
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
By. Interna tlonrii News Service.
NBW VOIIK. Nov. Taking Into
account ihe fact that tomorrow
will be a. holiday and that Europe
is In an uproar, the stock market
displayed ' eonsldorablc strength
today. There were fiome slsns of liqui
dation In Hpocllle stocks, but toward tho
end of the session the standard Issues
displayed flrnine?. The close was strong,
and business was light throughout the
As exclusively announced last .Saturday,
the Turkish bankers arc making arrange
ments for a peace loan. Politicians in
Europe are excited over 1 lie possibility
of a general war. but the bankers stand
tlrm and say they will noi furnish money
for uar and therefore no great war can
The election of Wilson as president Is
conceded by Wall street. The onlv thing
that Wall street dreads Is that nobody at
all may got the majority of the electoral
votes and that therefore the election will
be thrown into congress. In that event
half a dozen men will be able to hold
tho balance of power and cause endless
confusion until ' next March.
A sharp break today In American Tied
Sugar stock wa the direct result of the
fad announced two weeks ago that the
companv was making poorer showings
11 ml Mint Ihe utrong Influence that hal
SEEK LOWER LEVEL
Huge Increase in the Visible
Supply; Corn and Oats
CHICAGO. Nov. I. Certainty of a huge
increase In the visible supply brought
about the lowest dose of the season In
rnresl about tho Turkish situation gave
what at llrst seemed an appearance of
strength. Although the visible supply
total was withheld, the Incomplete re
turns available showed beyond doubt that
the outcome would be heavy in favor of
the boar side. The gain In Chicago alone
amounted to 701.000 bushels. December
ranged from SSJc to OOi&OOAc, with last
transaction 15? lc net lower at Rfle oven.
Predictions that the government crop
report would be rained lo 220.000,000 bush
els above the forecast Issued October
I had a depressing effect on corn. De
cember closed at a. not loss of 3 "J? 5c. Cash
grades were weak. No. " yellow, iw'fl'BSlc.
Oats closed at a decline of 3c net.
Pork and ribs averaged about the same
as Friday night, but lard showod a back
set of SmIp to 121c.
RANCi: OK Tilt: LK APING PUTURKS.
Whfit Opcnlnc. HUlir!. LoTmt. Closlnc.
1 Dee .00 POV, S511 S3
M.iy .. or.ti or.; ?3
July an; POvi ?t
Ucr SO7; SOI. pO &
May C0U C0 "1 4J; 4t?
.iuiy r.i sin ton so?;
0lf .. ....
Dec SHi .l'i SI alU
May' 331 3Si 82; S3
July 33 SSH 3Hi S2U
' CASH QUOTATIONS.
Cailt fniolatlotir. Ttrr ao folloirn: nour.filoK;
ry No. 2, 6sg6?c: bnrlrr. f'en or rolxIriK, 4Sg
Mo; fair lo cholco maltiac. S572c: tlmothr fl,
J3.0O35.sr.: clo-rr sfd. IIS.WIS.OO: mfM pork.
lS.26ftl;.37'.i: l"d. Id Uercca. J10.C5frJ0.76: short
rlbi, looie. J10.258'10.7P.
Total clfavncM of wh't and flour Tere ial
(for three days) to 541.000 biiFliclK. PrliiiAry rc
cclnts (for three doyl wero S.02...OO0 bushel,
wmpared with 1.C49.OO0 buuhdr, iho corrcspond
Inc dAy a year aso. Tho amount of breJdatiirT
on orcan pahmso decreased 3.101.000 bushels. I.
tlinnted receipts for tomorrow: Whent. 2-b crs;
corn. 404 cra; o.ttx. 50t cars; hog?. W.OM head.
Condition of tlio TroaBiiry.
WASHINGTON, Nor 4. The rondlllon of the
United Slate:i trexeury -n '"' beKlnnlnK ot hul
nejn lody war.: ,
Working bilance nl -lJ-
In bankR and Philippine treasury i'i'
Total of Reneral fund 149.61B.S-j
Receipts Saturday VjUi-n
ft deficit of J20.2S1.1S0 laU year
Tho flRurei for receipts. dUhuniemrnti) and
deficit exclude Panama canal and public oobl
NKW YORK. Nov 1. Kvaportted applet, dull
and lately nominal. Pruncj. fteady. Apricot,
peaches and ralelnt, firm.
NKW OR1.KAN5. Nov. 4 -Spot cotton, firm,
3-lCo up. Middling, ll'ic.
NEW YORK. Nov. 4 Tho cotton market cloied
Arm at a net caln of 20 to 7 point.
JUST IN TIME
Some Salt lako City People May Wait
Till It's Too Late.
Don't wait until too late.
He sure to bo in time.
Just in time with kidney ills.
AlcaiiF curing tho backache, tho dizzi
ness the m-inary disorders
That so often coino with kidncA
troubles. .,, , ....
Doan's Kidney Pills ro for this
Uffeve' is tesliinony to provu their
mTlil. Winslow, 21-1(5 Monroe St., Op
den, Utah, says: "If 1 had known of
DotiiTs Kidney Pills sooner J would
have been spared a ureat dehl of sui
ferinc. I'-or about livo year? I went
through all the tortures of kidney coiii
nlaint and sometimes was so bud that 1 ;
was obliged to use two canes in get
t'tntr about. Mv back adiod severely
'muf T could not move v.itl.out having
sharp twinges througli mv Iotiib. There
were manv indications that my kidneys
were disordered, the chief one bemj:
heaw fediiuent in the kidney secre
tions'. I could not rcfal day or nipli
and was miserable hi fvcrj' way when 1
procured Doan 's' Kidney Pills. It was
''ratifvinff to have thorn help me alter l
had trietl so manv other remedies with
out beinp bcneAled. "Doan s Ividuov
Pills look hold of mv trouble from the
nr-t and in a remarkably short timo 1
wa's relieved. T cannot hnd words to
express my hieh opinion or this rpniedj
1 can still recommend Uonn s Kidnov
Pills hiehlv. for they effected a perma
nent, cure.' Tho statement T have previ
ously t;ivcn in their favor still holds
Vor sale at Schramm-lolnif on 's Drut;
I Store. Salt Lake Htv. 'tb. and bv all
, Dealers. Pric 50c. Poster-MUburn
Co', Buffalo. New "ork, Solo Ajsenta
I for tho United States.
-Remomber tho nnmo Doan's and
take no other. CAdvertisomoatJ
been working in Its stock for several
yeais had transferred Its activities else
where. Beet Sugar earnings this year
are fair, but they don't compare with the
abnormally good earnings of last year.
It will be clear to the most casual ob
server that no increase of dividend need
be expected. Selling of the stock will be
the natural result.
Some weakness In American Can was
sympathetic because operators who have
been busy In Beet Sugar arc also sup
posed to be working In Can. The weak
ness of Can. however, was welcomed as
an opportunity for picking up stock pre
paratory to an important move later in
the year. The tariff has no terrors for
the Can people.
St. Paul. Northern Pacific and Great
Northern were notable for their strength.
This, wns no surprise because of the very
heavy crops of the northwest.
Rrokcrs report a drift of traders toward
Industrial stocks. Oirc of the chief rea
sons given is that the railroads are earn
ing about all they can be expected to
earn for several months. There is a
shortage of cars and those In use arp be
ing used to their full capacity. Therefore,
while there Is an abundance of business
to be done, the railroads have no more
equipment with which lo do it and no
material increase of gross earnings must
bo expected. The only Increase can come
as new equipment is delivered from the
shops and turned !nto actual service.
LEAD GOES LOWER
HH NEW YORK MARKET
Black Mejal Selling' at 4.70
to 34. SO; Fractional Change
4- ' j
I- Copper (electro.) $17.371fj17.S7i 4-
v read, New York ?1.70(tj'LS0 fc
J- Par silver K2Jc 4
5 Sllvor In London 20d
"I-'i-X"!1 ' I .,.....;.,fr.r.;..fr
NEW YORK, Nov -L Copper, rjulel:
standard spot, $1f).!)0tf?17.10: December,
JP 75(T?17.0fi; January. $16,7nf? 17.00:
electrolytic, ?17 372)1 7.S7: lake, $17.G2(G'
fl7.87: castings. S17.2ol7..t7.
Tin, dull; spot, ?I0.S007;50 3o: Novem
ber, 549.S0'50.40. December, ?13.07W,o0.45.
Lead, oasy, 5t.70-l.S0.
Spelter, quiet. 57 ."5'fJ'7.-l5.
Antimony, quiet; Cookson's. -J10.50.
Iron, firm: No. 1 northern. $18-2i5jlS.75;
Nor " northern, $17.75'f?lS.25; No. 1 south
ern. 5IP.75fT10.25. No. 1 southern soft.
CHICAGO. Nov. I. Cattle Receipts,
lo.OOO; market strong, generally 10c high
er; beeves, $5.85(541.10; Texas steers,
J4.I0iffo.70: western steers, $5.60ig'0.30;
stockcr.s and feeders. Sl.:',0tfj)7.50; cows
and heifers, $2.737l7..:i0; calves, $6.50
Hogs ftcceipts. 10,000; market slow, 5
10c higher; light, $7.158.05: mixed,
S7.S5ifrS.12i; heavy. $7.40i)S. 10; rough,
$7.107.(30; pigs, 55. 1007. 50; bulk of
Sheep Receipts, 30.000; market steady
to strong; native. $3.'1004.n5; western,
$3.oO4.oO; yearlings, $4.fi0i?p5.75; native
lambs, $5.237.20; western lambs, $o.-JO0)
KANSAS CITY. Nov. t. Cattle Re
ceipts. 10.000, Including 1000 southerns;
market 10c higher; native steers, 56.50
10.73; southern steers, $ .2"c(VCi.lo; south
ern cows and heifers, f3.2niff5.25; native
cows and heifers. $3.25crS.00; stockcrsand
feeders, $1.50'y7.2u; bulls, $4.205.25;
calves, $5.000.50; western steers, 55,00
iS.50; western cows, 57.507.S0; pigs,
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market strontr;
muttons, S3.50 1.75; lambs, $fi.007'.li);
range wethers and yearlings. $1.00G.OO;
range ewes, 52.504.25.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 4. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4700; market stiong to 10c higher;
native steers, 5G.2510.00; calves and
heifers, sn.SOG.SO; western ateors, ?5.00
(gS.00; Texas steers, SG.nOtfflGo; cows
and heifers. $3.256.25: canners. $3.00
4.25; stockcrs and feeders, 54 .75'f?i7.75;
calves. 54. SOFT'S. 75; bulls, stage, etc., $ 1.00
Hogs Receipts. 2500; market 510c
higher; heavy. $7.707.S0; mixed, $7. SO
7.S5; light. $7.757.U0; pigs, 56 007.25;
bulk of sales, $7.807.S5.
Sheep Receipts, 19,300; market 1020c
higher; fed muttons. $4.507.25; wotliers.
J3.501.50: ewes. $3.25l.00; lambs, $6.25
New York Produce.
NKW YORK. Nor. 4. Flour, lower
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 red. SI. 034 ele
vator and I1.M14 f.o.b. afloat. Futures cloied
HfJ;o net lonor. December cloied Sic: May
01 Spot, steady; No. 2. 3114c; No. 4. 55c.
ntlurot while. S7S94c.
llopn and petroleum, teady.
Ran- yiicar. eleady. neflned. Iedy.
Flax, Oats and Bye.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 4. Hran In 100-pound
iek. S.50ei9.OO v
Dour First patent. J4.2oCS'. teeoiirt pat
enln. SI. 100 4. 31; Oral rlear. JJ.lOf2 10; aeeond.
St. Louis Wool.
ST WUIS Nov 4 Wool, floaJy. Medium
crude combing and clothing. 232tr:ic. llsht
Atf. lSJrilo. heavy line, llfcrlSc. tub wattivd.
iVWViU ' lotereited and should know
fUliiUuV about the wonderful
RWftm MARVEL Whirling Spray.
tSWS?wa Thc new Vaolnal Syrlng.
VSeQURw Kest moat convenient. It
tfefJtem cleansea Instantly.
Aik your drugcltfor "WlHil-
If he cannot supply thcMyTOWg ,W
MARVEL, accept no other?
but end stamp for Illustrated Y)v M
book-naled, ItBivcsfullparticu- ml M
lari and direction Invaluableto ladle. 4mnvmm
MMVtL CO., 44 fut 23d Strut. Msw Ytll1""
Kor Solo by SCHRAMM-JOHNSOfN.,
DRUGS. FIVS STORES. UaU ardor
fot Goaonbo i and Gleet. iotPbVi Okay SpdS.
it U tho ONLY medicino v-rhlcb will ?.ire oach aoi
rvsrr case NO CASE known tt na evo- foiled m
cure, no matter bow isnou or of bow loag UDdlmt
Bcsult ttom iti uo will astonlih vou. .
IT to absolutely tmfe.prevanu itrletoreOff filSb
fcidcaobe Ukta witboct IncongftnteoceanJliU U
sd do stka from bmlnesa. PRICE
For President: - - W00DR0W WILSON
For Vice-President: THOS. R. MARSHALL
Democratic State Ticket Salt Lake
pSil"?SS, County Democratic Ticket
O. W. Powers, Salt Lake. , ,
T. H Fitzgerald. Salt Lake. ?or County Commissioner:
.James Andrus, St. GeorKe. John II. Cook, four-year torm.
Congressmen: Jo,!eph LindseT. two-yoar torm.
T. D. Johnson, Ofidcn. For County Clerk:
Mathonibah Thomas, Salt Lake. Ben S. Eivcs.
Governor: por sheriff: ; ; . j
John Frank Tolton, Beaver. j0hn B. Burbidgo. ' V"
Attorney General: m
Jos. W. Stringfellow. Fo Treasurer:
. , r,. t John L. ClaTk.
Secretary of State:
Charles England, Loan. For Attorney.
. " ncnr- C. Lund.
John S. Blain, Spring City. For Recorder:
Treasurer: Stephen L. Moylo.
John F. Mcndcnhall. Springville. For Auditor:
Superintendent of Public Instruction M. C. Iverson. ' t
A. C. Nelson, Salt Lake. For AsscESor:
Justice of Supremo Court: John Hal verso n.
Le Grand Younp, Salt Lake.
T i T 1 i I?. E. L. Collier.
Uemocranc Legislative JudgeB fot JudIciai District:
T I f T. "D. Lewis. '
IlCket l- C. Evans.
C. 8. Varian.
For Senators: ' ' A. J. Wober.
Simon Bamberger. ' S. W. Stewart.
Culbert L. Olaon. " District Attorney:
Joseph F. Merrill. Ray Van Cott.
For Representatives: . r. TP 1 ,
S: k SS?. Democratic City Ticket
Alice Merrill Homo. Por CIty JudgCB:
John W Burton. John F. Tobln.
- c;rn?is- . 1 J. M Hamilton.
Ieabella Kenicr. ' H J"sco of the Pcaco: '
A Robert Larson. Joseph A. Youuc.
Robert II. Siddoway. " " For City Constable:
J. W. McKinnoy. John Shea.
For President - - THEODORE ROOSEVELT
Mice-President - - HIRAM W. JOHNSON
Progressive State Ticket Eighth Legislative District
For Electors of President and Vico For Ecprcsontativos:
u t , .v. tt j . Jloraco Burkenshaw, Sandy.
President of tho United Statos: Parley P. Christenson, Salt Lake.
Myra M. Do Wolfe, Milford. Hugh W. Dougall, Salt Lake.
Mary G. Coulter, Ogdeu. Mrs. Lavina Luvincston, Salt Lake.
r t p., ,.,,. rr,. Thomas P. Page, liivcrton.
G- J. Carpenter, Provo. f;aud Y Ru6fcll Snlt lako.
Hugo Doprezm, Eureka. jak0 IT. Tumor, Salt Lake.
For Representatives in Congress: twwjL Y wSSriv ilMl-e
Stephen II. Love, Salt Lake. G i? S,'
Lewis Larson, Sanpete. G' E' WoIf' Bingham.
For Governor: Salt Lake CoUTltV
Nepln L. Morris, Salt Lake. For Coimty commissioner:
For Secrotary of State: . , , . Ur"r-y5Lr;telm;)
Frank J. nondorshot, Jr., Ogdon. Adolph Richtcr, Salt Lake.
For County Commissioner:
For State Auditor: (Two-year-term.)
Walter Adams, Provo. josso jj, Wheeler, Murray.
For State Treasurer: or Sheriff:
O. W. Adams, Logan. John S. Corless, Salt Lake.
For County Clork:
For Attorney General: Charles W. Lawrence, Salt Lake.
Gcorgo N. Lawrence, Salt Lako. por rjounty Treasurer:
For Justice of Supremo Court: Melvin C. Morris, Forest Dale,
Ogdcn Hiles, Salt Lake. For County Auditor:
, , Francis W. Cope, Forest Dale,
For District Judges of the Third For countyAttornoy:
Judicial District: Brigliam Clegg, Salt Lake.
W. IT. Bramel. Por County Recorder:
George F. Goodwin. Charles A. Weaver, Salt Lake.
Nicholas A. Robertson. por county Assessor:
George M. Sullivan. Charles D. liooklidgc, Salt Lake,
J. J. Whitaker. por county Surveyor:
For District Attorney: H. Lester Fox, Salt Lako. j
Robert B. Porter. prec;nct Ticket i
Eighth Legislative District VsSESU sa.t Lako. i
For Senators of the Sbitli Senatorial Bo" F. Johnson. I
District: For tice of tho Peace:.
Joseph J. Cannon. William A. nolman, Salt Lako.
Orson H. Hcwlott. For Constable: !
Fred A. S'wcct. William R. Graham, Salt Lake.
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A few of the many things I
the Republican State I
Administration has I
done for the State I
The Republican Party has provided good roads legis-
lation that makes Ihe system for highway construction in
Utah the peer of any stale road system in this country.
During the past four years provision has been made
by the Republican Party for Stale funds in excess of $538,.
700.00 to be expended on the State road system. Of this
amount $440,200.00 was provided by the Legislature of 1911. H
BRIDGES FOR STATE AND COUNTY I
Five bridges, costing $77,200.00, have been built and H
paid for two spanning the Green River, one the Grand Jt
River, one on the Sevier River and one tho San Juan River.
COUNTY aid I
The various counties of the State have met the State H
appropriations for good roads with provision for $279,506.- H
31. Of this amount $246,256.31 was providod in 1911 and H
1912, making the magnificent sum of State and County ap
propriations for public roads in the past two years reach
the total of $686,456.31.
EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES I
During tbe past two years 75 per cent of the entire
revenue to the State derived from taxation has been de-
voted to educational purposes.
The State has successfully earned to completion two
large reservoir projects, and is already establishing colonies
under thc projects.
STATE CAPITOL I
The Republican Party has provided for the erection of
a State Capitol Building and the present Republican ad
, ininistrafcion has so handled the finances of the Slate that
approximately one and a quartor million dollars is avail-
able for the Capitol Building and it can be constructed
without bonding the State.
REDUCTION OF STATE TAX LEVY I
The Republican Party this year reduced the Stale tax
levy one-half mill, saving to the tax payors of Utah $100,
A Republican Legislature and a Republican Governor
placed the higher institutions of learning on a permanent
income basis; provided for the splendid juvenile court sys
tern now in operation in this Stale; placed on the statute
books the nine hour law for women, the child labor law and jt
many other important measures for the protection of life,
limb and property.
lias not. the Republican Party mot all the requirements
and been successful in its administration of public affairs?
Vote the Republican Ticket for National, State, Judi-
cial, Coimty and Precinct nominees.
Vote for Prosperity, Success I
and a Coittiniiecl Wise I
REPMCM JUDICIAL TICKET I
SUMMIT SALT LAKE TOOELE I
For District Judges: H
CELUtLES W. MORSE, "
IMORRIS L. RITCHIE, I
THOIIAS D. LEWIS,
GEORGE G. VRIMSTRONG..
FREDERICK 0. LOOFBOUROW. " '
For District Attorney: H
EL1IER O. LEATHERWOOD.'
UNITED SURETY" COMPANY RE
CEIVERSHIP. Thocu li. Bow l(i ot il. t. Cnltfl Surety Com
piny, ot I. In tho Clrrult Couit ot Miltlmort
Upon tbo petition ot tlie rover nifd In thl
caac. It I thl lOtii dar ol Oelotr, In tlic ?rr
nineteen liundrtd anil telve. br tnc circuit court
ot lUlllmtr cltr, adjurised and ordered:
1. That l'e'jrurr. II. 1913. I hereby fixed a
th flnal dr tor tho fillns of claim In thea
procvcdlcs by tlio bond bnldenc. policy holder
and creditor of tho United .Hurotr company; and
only claim MM on or befora ald day aball pai
tlclpal In any dlilrlbutloti ot the isst of th
company to be made to tho creditor by tho r
celTcn. 2. That no default under any ouUlandlue bond
or suaranty of aald company of any character
occiitTlr.it after tho 13th day of January. 1913.
(hall cle rln to a proTeablo claim In any dli
trlbutlon of tho ajU of tbe company to ha made
to tho creditor by the receiver.
I. That tbo holder of ouUtandlna bond and
cutrantee under which no claim for lei Is
made, be and they are hereby authorized to file,
claim a;lnt tho company for the amount of lot
arlilsc from prociirlnc nubitltuto boada at pro
valllni-; rate, or for the unearned premium.
If the holders of bond cuarasteclDC the main
tenant of rontnctlon or other work for a fixed
period are unablo to procure (ubilltute bond oi
inch term, tlioy may claim under tho proTlilos
of prKrph l lieroof.
4. That the holder of outstanding food aol
i;uarnte under hleh -llm fur ln I made
Hit urh rlim li unliquidated or not definitely
aceialnable b and they ar hereby authorl-ed
lo file for Ihe penaltr of lb boniK- la order
that their claim mar to ubeuenily corilderol
and a proper rttrratlon of aiteta mid" therefor.
If and hn tho unit are definitely eatabllahed
5. That the receivers cause a eopy of tblt or-
drt io b pubinlieil at leatt va t a c f- H
thre auccesttro xretka prior o Novemt' 15 H
1S1?. lu a nowipaper of senera) cticulatlon 'a H
each :! wherein the United Ktiiety company H
wa eucaced In builnet. Said receiver aball alio H
mall printed cople of thl onlrr to creditor H
of aid company, and to the holder ot It bond H
policle and suarantee. and to the bnaarr H
thereof ro far a the addreun of ald credllor ll
and holders and brnertelarlet are fcertiale H
from tho company' books: also to the, couni la H
caaea whero uch bond or guarantees wr
ued undnr lb direction and subject to thc an- H
proral ot ruch courts; but th non-reealpt of men B
printed copy shall not affect tbe validity of thl LH
order. CHA3, W. HKUIBLEIt. jH
State of Maryland, city of BalUtnore.-u
I William M. Canon, clerk of the circuit cou't H
of'Daltlmoro city, do hereby crU'y that tho H
above la a trua copy ot tho orlclnal order now H
, fli0 in this otr.o la the caujo therota on fH
titled Thomai H. Dowle. et al. m. Called Suro-
t7JnCOtUmonyl whereof. I hereto tj.t rsy hn
and atflx the ral of tho circuit coyrt. thl B
11th dy cf October, 1911. B
" Wit. M. CARSON. ClerV H
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