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I. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1912. 13 I
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Miins Below Show a
WS TAKING NOTICE
pwpt 10 Thwarl Ser'
3p Her Design Upon
diff&i; English Atlilucle
ined in Commons.
fi JK jnnouncod in Constau- -r
' yE"loiv that fifrhtinjr lias y
'Khfxe'tn the Bulgarians y
it (he TcJiatuha. torts, v
alwKfr; to a special dispatch
I Wtulcity. The result of the y
I ()Sm for few 6,ri,DP
iEia and fleftinjT Turkish
plCfte founiry beyond tho
JMBlji forts, forminjr the y
iWiSjtibfh defenses before
"Hjulljoplo, is now clear of y
40Bpnlt0P-:- . . t
imh'Muiinz Bulcanun force v
- min! below tho Tchat-
TtTt r.rfjcnts a front, ex- -r
Smkl tbont thirty miles
!:e reninEiiln. j
if jflMr''' ' ' '"""',"''"'
mEOX. Nov. 5 Tlic croat pow
nCMpifFnropc nro aliening them
on cither sido of a very
J&iuplicc regard in e tho fiiluro
xKrug states. Public opinion in
dgHlFmfe and Russia, is that, the
bavr tho territory which
iWfc nqac red and flussia partie
(BuFstncd Turkey that condi--tflKi
oclv become worse should
iH&iilf' occur at Tchatalja.
?'Bn'r 'i''0 :irQ Austria-Hun-r)
xiHrut and Italy, Austria-Hun-K
jHt'l iftcr all is the most di
iVjprMe1. hcinu the nearest
i nfcrto tic Balkan stairs, will not
?BKii!i?De establish itself across
njBj) tie Aegean sea, in which di
gsjB'triile 3 expanding, while ut
BBttisa tho Servians spread to
iRiis?a. The Austrian govern-
B"ltlo'4 thai the Albanians arc
l ration as iiny of the allies
IMMtonia should be rcecrved for
JiiiD of dispersion among the
themselves comes then
JpBwlth frnni Belciado, in which
BMt! Servians arc bepriuuin" to
Ibe "autonomous Albau
TOwt agreed upon when the
Hmj row faded away. In
pjBLci tie Milieu ii Albanians
NtLW; aP6t the Servian troops
n3w&"r tllc cua"R in the Serv-
llBK- l5lc lntv-milc stretch of
Vwitoast hitherto claimed by
.'It Jamc dispatch savs that
?JDts iixly miles a'ud that
K -cnteHCRi-o is to get more
. MhlMmtnt of the district of
S?' a(U,5 significantly:
UmBpt Rutm will be taken
-JSKSl il1'ccn Scnia an,J
2 ,r ,0 ,iloso conquests
e sK?1 rorceu in (he original
Wwon thP allies."
COmSSVi10 "l,1C!lri" troop?
''4mL &,f Tcllor,u :tro Preparing
.aK!Sr.dv?u)!c on TcJisitalja.
irBSLl' an,1?r days of cou
IV. arond Lulc Bin-Rua, the
!fS! 'S wpircd today, and
iKeiore,S llm probal)1i- :irc
n nrrny near Tchorln is
J with troops taken from
forces nroimd Adriunoplc,
nrn have been taken
,M "3 General Dimitricff
bS 1i'orkc1 nar(1. as
bi t w"tltl Turks
?r burvCttrf for ri,1(1 have
Jt bury a IarRC number of
Il Sfi? "ll18 bafi already
ste vv-ot thn 1)0Si
m out of the
!.rtr. (?.Te,w rivray their
aJKch 0 bad two
wKft" thj &nS Probably
Ri.crriblo ?tote aB two
SmI;?' ThU tc?,"'15ion from
KVtrviS- n that
? WIS" M unlike
c' .cntcrie Con-
tereit in that city at present is to pre
It is said Turkey probably will ask
tho powers each to scud a warship to
Dispatehes from the Turkish capital
say the Ottomnu press is taking tho sit
uation calmly with the exception of the
Hilaliosman. edited by tho notorious
Shick Sbavrish, which prints a violent
articlo against the powers. The news
paper is being eaperly bought by tho
HORDES OF ISLAM
Special Cable to The Tribune.
LONDON, Nov. 5. The speedy fall
of Constantinople is inevitable. ' The
Bulgarians have cut off the capital's
water supply by occupying the town
of Dcrcos and hac pushed their ad
vance guard under the guns of the
northernmost forts of the chain of de
fenses behind which the Turks are
making their last btaud.
Tho Bulgarians havo occupied the
region between Tcborlu and Tchatalja
and completely surrounded the Turkish
force in that district. The bombard
ment of Adrianoplc continues without
abatement. A large force of Servians
detached from tho Servian army in
Macedonia passed through Sofia today
to assist in the siege of the Turkish
Covert Threat Made.
Turkey conveyed a covert threat to
tho powers today by intimating to the
German foreign ofrico that if the Bul
garians enter Constantinople it would
be impossible to prevent an anti-Chris-lian
uprising. German' is more favor
ably disposed toward the Turks' pica
for intervention by the powers than
tho other nations, but thoi'o "wag uo
intimation in diplomatic circles today
that the powers will take any action
further than protecting the Christians
Three Austrian battleships, a cruiser
and two destroyers left Poia today for
Turkish waters. This action is regard
fd as significant as Austria aloiio of
all tho powers is not in favor of per
mitting the Balkan allies to divide the
fallen Turkish territory among them
selves without interference.
The fall of Saloniki is expected to
night. While a strong Greek force is
practically at the gates of tho city,
another i'orco combined with strong
detachments of Bulgarians is making
forced marches toward the fit v.
Still another Bulgarian forco is
marching on the seaport of Kavala on
tho Aegean sea.
Critical in Constantinople,
Tho situation in Constantinople is
described tonight as extremely critical.
The embassies and consulates and tho
larger foreign business establishments
are all under heavy guard. J''or the
most part the Christians are cowering
in their houses, momentarily expecting
to hear tho Mohammedan mobs crying
for their extermination.
Attempts have actually been made
bv Mohammedan throngs to get from
the native quarter of Stamboul into the
foreign sections, Galata and Pera, but
the police have foiled all of them by
throwing open the draw in the bridge
across tho golden horn.
Definite information of reports of
dreadful massacres .ire lacking, but
hundreds of Christians havo been killed
on tho coasts of tho sea of Marmora,
many isolated missions having been
destroyed and their inmates slain.
Special Cable to Tho Tribune
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 5. The
Turkish harems were transferred today
to Brusa, in Asia Minor, twenty miles
southeast of tho capital. The archives
of the city have also been sent there.
LONDON, Nov. 5. The British atti
tude in the Balkan situation was ex
plained in .the house of commons by Sir
lid ward Grey, who was loudly cheered
when in reply to a epiestion ho said:
"No one in view of the result of the
war up to today will be disposed to dis
pute tho rights of tho Balkan states to
formulate the terms on which they arc
nrpn.'Linrl In roncludo ncaco.
'Do not think that the great powers
are. moro slow than other people to ad
just, their known views to tho march
of events. The powers arc exchanging
views in regard to the near east, but
it must be a very delicate matter for
them to interfere between the bellig
erents unless they do so at the request
of both." . .
Asked whether Great Britain could
not follow tho prci-cdent of Mr. Roose
velt in the Busso-Fapancso war, Sir ha
ward did not reply.
Sir Edward denied that Groat Brit
ain had given a warning of any kind
to Bulgaria. The movements of Brit
ish ships and their intentions, ho said,
were precisely similar to thoso of the
other powers, namely, to protect iivos.
The steps had "been taken as n result of
communications which had passed be
tween the powers.
VlliNNA, Nov. 5. Tho correspond
ent at Scutari of the "Roichspost tele
graphs that the Montenegrins again
crossed the Bovana river todav but
that they met a superior force of Turks
and wore compelled to retire.
Some of the Montenegrin shells hit
houses in tho Christian quarter of bcu
tnri and a number of persons wore
wounded. . ., . .
The Turkish military hospital also
was hit by shells fired at a magazine
Austria Not Satisfied.
VJI3NKA, Nov. o. The attitude of
tho Austro-ilungariau government re
garding tho propQtoil of Premier Pom
cairc for the adjustment o: the Balkan
situation is clearly stated today in tnc
Neue 'Prcic Prcsse. which savs: .
' 'The present military situation m tnu
Balkans cannot bo docisivo lor the so
lution of ,hn whole eastern q5"0"'
Premier Poiucaro gives to the waiuan
states moro than they have demanded.
"Tho proposal, which is a moPt rad
ical expression of Pan-Rlavist tenden
cies, is so onesided that it can hardly
find tho approval of all tho powers -mil
particularly of Austria -Hungary.
The anxiety of Austria thai Sen la
shall not occupy Albania, and thus so-.
, . it'! il a Jrtu tt snn.
cure mo outlet on um -
which tho Servians nro so desirous oi
probably will provide a great bono or
contention. Servra has heen warned ai
ready from Vienna that bar armios
have gone far enough to the west, i nw
warning is repoated today by tho semi
official Frerriaeublat. After praising
tne Servian soldiers for their hurrmmt
tho newspaper says:. .
"The Servians having approached the
frontior of a territory occupied without
exception bv Albanians, it is hoped and
expected now that Servia will avoid
tho raising of those differences which
the historic, character of the Albanians
make insurmountable. " ., , ,.
Prince Ghirka, the president ol tho
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Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10.30 a. va. 3 p. a to 8 p. a
li WEBER COUNTY
Big- Bull Moose Chief Pulls
Through, Leaving Fol
WILSON COMES SECOND
Republican County Ticket Is
Ahead by Safe Pluralities
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 5. Tho incomplete
roturus from (ho thirty-nino districts
of Weber county at midnight indicate
that Roosevelt will carry the county
by 500 with Wilsou second ;ind Taft
third. The complete reports from the
soventccn districts of Ogdcn city give
Roosevelt 27:iJ, -Wilson 'i)S?, Taft 2051
and Debs SIS. From the result in Og
dcn city it would soom that the en
tire Republican county ticket has been
Results in City.
Tho following arc the complete to
tals for Ogdcn city districts:
For congressman Howell (R) 2322,
Jacob Johnson (R) 2160, Thomas (D)
2190, T. D. Johnson (D) 2177, Love
(P) 23S2. Lewis Larson (P) 2354.
For .judges of the suprome court
Prick (R) 232b', Young (D) 20SJ, Hilcs
J''or governor Spry (R.) 2311, Tolton
(D) 1027, Morris (P) 2u.58.
J'or state secretary Miattson (R)
21S3, England (D) J91G, Hendcrshot
For slate treasurer Jcwkcs (R)
2355, ,Mendeuuall (D) 2090, Adams (P)
For sl-ato auditor Kelly (R) 2353,
Blain (D) 2035, Adams (P) 237-1.
For attorney general Barnes (R)
23S2. Stringfe'llow (D) 2020, Lawrence
Republican Judges Win.
Tho Republican candidates for judges
of the Second district wero given sub
stantial majorities in this city. No
report has been received at midnight
from Morgan and Davis counties but
Albanian national commission, it is said,
is to be proclaimed' king of Albania.
Water Supply Cut Off.
LONDON. Nov. 5. Tho water supply
of Constantinople was cut off today by
a largo Bulgarian force, which occupiod
Dorkas, at tho end of the lino of Tchat
alja, from which point, tho aqueduct
supplying the Turkish capital starts, ac
cording to a news agency dispatch from
The Bulgarians havo occupied the ter
ritory botween Tchorlu ana Tchatalja,
completely surrounding the Turkish
force in that district.
Another Bnlgariau column formed of
detachments from Drama and other cap
tured towns is marching on the seaport
of Kavala on tho Aegean sea.
An allied force consisting of Bul
garians from Kurulc and Greoks from
yonidjo-Vardar is proceeding by forced
marches to Saloniki.
VIENNA, Nov, 5. The Austrian gov
ernment today notified the Turkish gov
ernment, on its request for mediation,
that Austria would first havo to confer
with tho other great powers and when
this had been done an answer would be
More Troops Go Forward.
SOFT A, Nov. 5. Reinforcements con
tinue to proceed to the front from tho
Bulgarian capital in considerable num
bers. So mo Servian troopB passed
through here yesterday for AdTianoplo
and today eight, battalions of volunteers,
including Macedonians and Russians,
entrained for tho front.
It is reported that fighting still con
tinues in tho neighborhood of Serai and
Austrian Fleet Moves.
VIENNA, Nov. 5. Tho first division
of tho Aiifetro-IIungarian fleet loft the
naval station at Pola for the east, last
night Tho commander of the division
has been ordered to report to the Aiih-tro-TIungarian
embassador at Constanti
nople. Cruiser Arrives.
CONSTANTINOPLE. m'- , 5tT!!
British cruiser Weymouth entered the
Dardanelles today and will arrive at 10
BMP ion's soumj time tonight. She is the
first forclRU war vessel to r;nch Constarj
Snop c tor tho protection of foreign rcsl
donts French and Uusslan warships arc
enctcd to arrive tomorrow.
- No important news has readied hnro
from the sent of war In tho eastern
Turkish provinces and nono -.it all In re--mt
to the operations around Scutari.
Junlla, Monnstlr and Snlonlkl.
The Turks arc pourlm? troops Into the
forts alonn the Tchatalja line, whore they
arc nrcpuHnp for a renewal o th Strug
clo against tho Bulsurlann. Thn weather
la very "old. Rain Ik falling on the plains,
while It Is snowinp in the mountains,
and this renders tho movement of botlu
armies very difficult.
Austria Calls Halt.
minAPliST, No. 3. The Austro-Hunsarv-
foreign minister, Counr Von
Bertc itbld. In a statement today to th-i
foreign affairs committee of the Austrian
d0,1,WherraStiic Balkan stiles orlqlnnlly
demanded administrative reform for the
Improvement, of the condition or their
"ce In Turkey, the bticcesscs they havo
gained In the wnr have considerably en
larged thclf aspirations, which aro no
5nBr consistent, with thn principle of
the integrity of Turkey. While the policy
of Aiisfda is not Influenced 1V any
tendencies toward oxpanslon, our gnld
Imr enro must be to combine, according
to the need, the malntonance of peace
with the supremo duty Imposed upon us
a " defending the Interest, of tho mon
archy from any impairment.
Turks Lose Alessio.
IIIIDKA. Montenegro. Nov-,. ".The
Montenegrins today occupied the town
of Alccsfo. to the southeast of Scutari.
hwI PoY an Guovannl Dl Medua,
The Servians und Montenegrin have
Jul ied at Ipok i'"'1 "dvaiHing against
P iakov 1, to the northwest of Priarcnu.
indications arc that the Republican
candidates will bo elected. Following
is the voro in this city: Howell (R)
23bV, JIarris (R) 25SG, Corn (D) 2U0P,
Pratt CD) 2013, Baglcy (P) 215u, Agcc
For district attorney John C. Davis
was given a majority in Ogdcn city:
The vote in Ogdon city for "state
senator Craig (R) 24G2, Browning
(D) 2055. Ririe (P) 2310.
From tho Ogden city returns the four
Republican candidates for state rep
rcscuiativo probably will be successful
by majorities over the Progressive can
didates ranging from 100 to 400 votes.
For county commissioner, four-year
term Hunter (R) 2-170, Bailey (D)
2131. Nelson (P) 2300.
For county commissioner, two-year
term By bee (R) 2475, Fowles (D;
2010, Powers (P) 2202.
For countv clerk Dy0 (R) 2543,
Reeve (D) '1990, Critchlow (P) 2263,
For county treasurer Storev (R)
'235(5, Kvaus (D) 2272, Rhees (P) 2140.
For county assessor Matthews . (R)
2402, Bishop (P) 2013. Davis (P) 2324.
For countv sheriff Harrison (R)
2546, Pincock (D) 2093. CanJicld (P)
For county recorder McKay (R)
2300, Mrs. Farloy (D) 237J, Abels (P)
For (county attorney Jenson (R)
2606. Tlarcombc (D) 205S, O'Connolly
Ralph S. Corlew, Republican candi
date for surveyor, probably has been
elected by a big majority.
Vote Unusually Heavy.
Tt was apparent carlv in the day that
the largest vote in the history of the
city oK county would bo polled. In
soniR districts scores of voters were
on hand this morning before the ma
chines were ready for service. During
tho entire day scores of voters waited
in line to enter the booth, iu sonic
cases women being forced to remain
in line for more than an hour. In this
respect the election proved a severe
test of tho advisability of using tho,
machines. While the law specifics that
no voter shall remain in tho booth
longer than one minute, hundreds of
persons found it impossible to vote
their choico within this time. Those
who gavo special attention to this
feature declare that on the average
the women spent from thirty seconds
to six minutes within tho booth.
Bcforo 10 o'clock this morning com
plaints reached campaign headquarters
that election judges were not enforc
ing the law regarding the limit of
time in which to vote. Tho complaint
proved well-founded, for in manv' dis
tricts of tho city the polling places
were filled with voters who had not
yet cast their hallot whon the hour
for closing the polls arrived. In ac
cordance with the law all were per
mitted to vote before tho machine was
Further trouble resulted from ma
chines which required adjustment bc
foro voting could bo started. Tt was
necessary to summon the custodian to
three districts, tho Sixth, the Eleventh
and Fifteenth. Tn the Eleventh dis
trict it was found that the machine
did not respond to one of tho party
levers. When the machine in tho Five
Points district was opened for the final
inspection by the judges it was found
that, the mechanism recorded forty-six
votes for one of the Taft electors.
There were few votes discarded be
cause of the many challenges filed by
tho Democratic county committee oh
Ton precincts out of the twenty-two
country precincts of Weber county
give Taft 445, Wilson 465, Roosevelt
Nine precincts out of the iwonly-two
give Spry 427, Tolton 322, Morris 102.
Boosting- for Ogden.
Special (o The Tribune.
OO DEN, Nov. 55. Euulpped with a
supply of new letterheads, which were
especially printed for advertising pur
poses, the Ogden Publicity bureau has
entered upon the campaign of advertis
ing Ogdcn and Weber county among: the
residents of Kansas and Nebraska by the
use of names supplied by former resi
dents now living jn this city. "With each
letter Is sent a copy of the October Ar
rowhead magazine, which contains a
number of special articles on this sec
tion Manager O. J. StUwell believes
that this system of publicity will prove
tho most effectual yet attempted by the
WOULD OHANGE STYLE.
Medical Inspector of Ogden Schools Ob-
jocts to "Fad" in Hair dressing.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 0. That the present
style of hair dress, which has become
very popular among the girl students
during the past few months, impairs
(he hearing and often results iu per
manent injury, is the declaration of
Dr. Edgar G. Bates, medical inspector
for tho Ogdcn city public schools, lie
has advised ngatust tho stylo und, at
his rcqucstj all of tho principals in the
city havo inaugurated a campaign for
a discontinuance of the "fad," as it
is referred to by some of the school
Dr. Bates refers to the nruetico of
doing tho hair so low that tno ears arc
often entirely covered. In ninny in
stances, according to tho specialist, the
girls bind a broad ribbon tighth about
the head, pressing the hair down close
over the oars. The inspect 01; has com
plained to the school authorities only
after investigating the conditions at
every school in the city- and finding
the stylo popular among tho girls bo
tween tho ages of 13 and J7" years.
The general authorities of the school
system will make an earnest effort to
bring about a discontinuance of the
new hair dress.
CITY GETS EXTENSION.
Three Years More Allowed for Con
struction of South Fork Reservoir.
Special to Tno Tribune,
OGDEN, Nov. 5. Acting on tho rec
ommendation of City Attorney Valen
tine Gideon, who has received the deed
to the property, the city commission
ers have directed that a warrant for
.$505(5.92 bo drawn in favor of M. S.
Browning. This repr.esouts the pur
chase price of 146G acres of land pur
chased bv the city at cost last .August
to provide for the erection of a dam
and reservoir iu tho South Fork can
In connection with the order for the
warrant tho clerk read an official no
tico from Stuto Engineer Caleb S. Tan
ner granting tho city a thrco years'
extension iu which to complcto the pro
posed dam and reservoir. There was
no action 011 the proposed agreement
between the commissioners, and the Og
den River Reservoir company regard
ing tho joint construction of the dam.
The commissioners have received the
resignation of Carl H. Larson, dog tax
collector, who has literally worked him-
self out of a job. The "dog catcher"
works on a commission basis and 1"
made such a thorough 4 cleaning'' ear
ly in the year that there are few dogs
left untaxed. The commissioners are
at a loss to solve the problem, as they
hnvn no special inducements to oll'or
another dog catcher..
Popular Ogden Canyon Hotel Enjoys a
Special to Tho Tribune. '
OGDEN. Nov. 5. With the excep
tion of a few evening parties during
the early winter, the Hermitage hotel
in Ogden canyon will be closed for the
season tomorrow. Manager "Billy"
Wilson states that it has boon a suc
cessful season, several hundred people
having visited the resort during the
summer months, and a largo number
of them spendinc several weeks at tho
Mr. Wilson believes that, with the
systematic advertising which has been
going on through the Ogdon publicity
bureau for the past six months, Ogdon
canv'on should prove even more popu
lar next, season. Acting in accord with
this belief he has made many improve
ments during thf past season, one of
which is a complete water system for
the hotel and grounds.
On account of thn closing of the ho
tel, the Ogden Rapid Transit company
has reduced its schedule of cars to four
dailv with extra cars on Sunday if the
traffic warrants it,
SQUIRHELS AID MEN.
Harvest of Pine Seeds is Accomplished
by Robbing Winter Stores.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 5. District Forester
E. A. Sherman says that the annual
harvest of nine seeds is practically
completed throughout tho forests un
der hia supervision and that' tho crop
will be not less than 12,000 bushels, a
quantity sufficient to carry on tho re
forestation in the fourth district for
the next two years. The collection of
pine seeds is one of the most impor
tant tasks of tho forestry workers.
Although squirrels arc regarded by
many as a damaging post, they receive'
tho protection of the. forestry workers
for tho aid they give in the anuual
harvest of piuo seed's. As a matter of
fact, tho seed harvesters Tob the little
animals of their winter supply of food.
The bulk of the crop is obtained by
robbing the caches made by the squir
rels. Several hundred bushels of pine
cones havo been found in one gulch
or draw, and frequently an abandoned
cabin will contain several bushels.
Special to The Tribune.
0GD13N. Nov. 5. Re turning from Den
ver, where he attended a conference of
tho western states missionaries of the
Mormon church. Apostle David O Mc
Kay reports tho western mission Held In
a. prosperous condition. This mission
field Is in charge of John L. Herrick. a
former resident of Ogdcn. At tho con
ference there wcrr moro than one hun
dred ciders, representing all of the mid
dle west states from Canada to Mexico.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov- r. L. IT. Austin, a de
signer and builder of mausoleums, ar
rived in the city today to tnkc up the
proposition of erecting a mausoleum in
the Ogdon City cemetery. The Ogden
Portland Cement company Is behind tho
movement In this city. Mr. Austin con
templates erecting a burial chamber cov
ering a ground space of forty by 130 feel
containing 2.VJ crypts. The estimated
cost of the structure is 10,000.
To Have Masonic Burial,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 5. The Rev. E. T.
Goshen of Salt Lake will deliver tho
funeral oration for the late Niels S.
Miller at the Masonic temnlo nt "J:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The services
will be held under the auspices of l.'nlty
lodge No. IS. F. and A M-, of which
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS
ASSESSMENT NUMBER 7.
Abraham Irrigation' Company. Princi
pal place of business, T.51 South Main
street, Salt Lako City, Utah. Notice:
There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assess
ment No. 7. levied on the 2Glh day of
August, 1012, tho several amounts s&l
opposite tho names of tho respective
shareholders as follows:
No. Cprt. Name. No. shares. AmL
11 , Harry TI. Allyn 40 $10.50
22 ' Helen- B. Wllbar (Lang
wort h") -fO 10.50
27 Helene B. Wllbar (Lang
worthy) SO 20.50
St F. S. Guggenheim 40 10.50
07 Julia A. Mason et a SO 20.50
110 Anthonv Canovan ...... SO 2fj.n0
173 Anthony Canovan 40 10.50
17 TIart .T. Fitzgerald SO 20.50
210 Ella G. lllckman SO 20.50
226 Van D. Spalding SO 20.50
286 Arthur J. Westovcr .. .. 40 10.50
2S10 Van D Spalding 40 10.50
201 Joseph II Manderfleld .. 10 10.50
300 Cary K. Cooper .. -to 10.60
316 llogan Brothers 100 25.50
32t Amanda E, .Gleglcy 40 10.50
323 Maren J. Hansen 40 10.50
330 Alox. W. Reld ,-.120 30.50
Ttlehard Parker 120 30.50
John A. Johnson 10 10.50
Tjonald Hogan ...100 25.50
Peter Peterson 10 3.00
Charles Burke lO 10.50
330 11. J. Fitzgerald 20 5.50
351 H, Shepherd 40 10.60
350 Calvin B. Beach .. ... -10 10.50
375 Mrs. C. E. J. Rice .. .. 40 10.50
405 John Sellers JO 30.50
420 S. V. Trent 160 40.50
422 N. T. Henderson .. .... 70 IS. 00
421 E. O. Lee SO 20.50
42S George A. Cole U 11.50
-B3 James W- Hoggan.
Pledgee 314 70.00
U Posavel U. Ashtou 160 40.50
18 National Savings & Trust
Co ". S00 200. GO
440 National Savlngu & Trusi
Co S00 200.60
-151 Alma Moss and Horace
S. Burlenshaw .. ... (0 10.50
454 rtah Banking Co 060 240.50
467 P. T. Black 25 6.75
463 Thomas Paine Franklin 30 .vuu
470 Utah Ranking Co., 400 . 100.50
475 Vtah Banking Co 40 10.50
476 Utah Banking Co 10 10.50
477 Utah Baking Co 40 10.50
484 Van D. Spnldinc 40 10.50
403 Delta Investment Co. 1000 260.50
and In accordance with law, and an or
der of the board of directors mudu on
tho 26h day of August, 1012. so many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may he necessary; will bo told at thi of
flcu of tho company. No. 351 South Main
street, Salt Iake City. Utah, on the 27th
day of November. 1012, at the hour of
2 p, in., to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, together with tho cost or ad
vertising nnd cxpimsos of the sal-.
CHARLES TYNG. Secretary.
Abraham Irrigation Company.
351 South Main St., Salt Uike City, Utah.
Sale date, November 27, 1012, 2 p. in.
IN THE DISTRICT COHRT OF THE
United StatK for the. District of Uinh
In tl'-. mailer of Oilman L. Eastman,
voluntary biinkrupl. In bankruptcy.
To tho creditors of Oilman L. Eastman of
Salt Lake City. -In the' County of Sail
l.ako and district aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the 1st
dav of November, 1012. the said Gllman L.
Eastman was duly adjudicated bankrupt:
and that the first meeting of his creditors
will be hold at my office In tho Conti
nental Block, Salt Lake City. Utah, on
the 15th duy of November. 1012. ut 10
o'clock In Hie forenoon, at which time the
said creditors may attend, prove their
claim?, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come bctoro said
C r L R LES B A LDW I N,
Referee Iu Bankruptcy
Salt Lake City. Nov. 5. 101-. kSOa
Mr. Miller wa a member. The body
will lie in tnte at the templa on Wash
ington nvcnuo botween tho hours of 12
noon and I p. m. tomorrow.
Teacher Goes to Jail.
Spoclal to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Nov. 5. A. J. BftXor. a school
teacher of Maplcton. 35 years of age. was
arreted today and brought to the county
jail here by Deputy Sli-rlff Verno Dunn.
The man Is charged with lowd conduct
He will be arrnlgnwl for preliminary
hairing Wednesday. Baker's arrest whs
brought about through the Mapleton
Susannah Pickets Dies.
Special to 'Hie Tribune!
PROVO, Nov. 5. Susannah Pickets. f7
years of age, died here today from the
result of n paralytic stroke. She was
x native of England and came to Utah
several years a0. She Is survived by
one son, Fred Plckels of this city, and
Mrs. Florence Oakley of Sprlngvllle. The
funeral will bo held from the Third
ward meeting house Thutsdny at 1 p. m.
Rawson Funoral Today.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. 5. Funeral services for
Joseph II. Rawson, who committed ani
cldo at his home yesterday afternoon,
will be held at the Lludquisl chapel at
2 o'clock, tomorrow afternoon. Uishop
Oscar TiunquiHt conducting. Interment
will be In the Ocdcn City cemetery.
Granted License to Wed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov. .. Marriage licenxes
were granted today to John Smith Fors
gren of Brlghaih Clly and Miss Eva
Wright of Perry. Utah: Shiyohc! Ko
nlshl and 'Mrs. Fatsu Koriighf, both of
Granted Pinal Divorce.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 5. In the district court
today Margaret TT. White was grant'-d a
final decree of divorce from Charles L.
Wlhlle. Tho interlocutory decree was
granted on May 1. 1012.
VELTZ At Lo Angeles, November 5.
1012. Fred, the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oswald Vliz, the result of acci
dent. In the twenty-third year of his
age. Tho body will bo brought hero for
Interment. Funeral notice later.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will bo received by the undersigned up
to 2 p. m., December 3rd, 1012, for the
materials and labor required In the erec
tion . of the UTAH STATE CAPITOL
BUILDING. IN SALT LAKE CITY.
UTAH, according to plans, specifications,
nnd drawings, which aro open for in
spection at tho office of
RICHARD KLETTING. ARCHITECT.
415-420 Felt bldg..
SALT LAKE CITT. UTAH,
and all bids and proposals at the above
time will bo publicly opened nnd read
In the office of tho State Capitol Com
mission, 211 Foil building, Salt Lake
All bids must be addressed to:
"UTAH STATE CATITOL COMMIS
SION." SALT LAKE CITT, UTAH,
and mnrked In tho lower left-hand cor
nor: "Bid for Utah Stato Capitol Bulld
iPS," naming at the same time tho kinds
of work which the bid covers, for cx
nmple: "Bid or entire Job, excepting heat
ing, plumbing, electric wiring,
"Bid for stone work;
"Bid for plastering,"
etc.. or such bids can bo delivered to the
Capitol Commission at tho said time and
place for opening same.
Bids must ' not contain conditions,
qualifications, propositions or any other
thing than thoso mentioned in plans,
specifications, drawings, contracts and
bonds, and bidders must use the form of
bids, which will he round at the office
of said architect, and no other form of
bid will be received.
A certified check or cashier's check o
some bank In Salt Lake City. Utah, for
nt least 0 per cent of the amount of
each bid must be enclosed. Each check
Is to be made payable to tho under
signed, and Is to be forfeited to the un
dersigned in case the hit! Is accepted and
the bidder does not enter Into the con
tract within ten dnys after Its accep
tance, for the ralthful execution of the
contract and bond hereinafter men
tioned. The proposed fonn of contract shall
be the "Uniform Contract Revised.
1007," and the form of bond to be used
Is hereto appended.
A bond must be furnished for one-half
the amount of the bid. with good and
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory to the
The plans and specifications will hi
open for Inspection and use at the
architect's office in rooms 415-420 Felt
bldg.. and at the office of tho Utah State
Capitol Commle3lon, 211 Felt building.
If any bidder desires to have one 01
more sots of plans for his exclusive use.
the architect nt his option may furnish
them against a deposit to him of $75 for
each set of plans. $45 of which will he
refunded on ths return of the first sol
of plans, etc.. and a refund of 525 each
on anv of the subsequent sets, provided
said plans, etc , are returned in reanon
ably good condition and within two weeks
after bids-are opened.
Tho plans and specifications arc thu
property of the architect and In all cases
must be returned to tho architect, and
In no cusc shall tho deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Bidders residing oulsldo of Salt Lake
City must pay for the expressage of
plans, etc.. both ways In all cases-
Tho undersigned does not obligate It
self to accept the lowest or any bid
The competency and responsibility ot
bidders and of their proposed sub-contractors
will receive careful considera
tion In the award.
The bids will be received for the fol
I. For the building complete, as specl-
nC2(l For tho building complete, except
ing boating, plumbing, electric wiring.
a. Cement, pluln and rolnrorcnd con
crete work, Including excavations, struc
tural steel, and setting of same.
4 Stone work, cutting and setting.
Brick work and the setting of tcrra-
C5.ta'FurnlshIng of torra-cotta.
p. Carpenter work.
7. Plastering. ,
5 Sheet-metal work. Including sky
lights and floor light.
9. Marble work, tcrrazzo and tilo
10. Painting. , , ,
II. Miscellaneous and ornamental
steel, iron and brass work.
VI. Combination of bids sections 3. I
16. Electric wiring.
The undersigned shall have the right
to reject any or all bids and to waive
anv Informalities In any proposal.
Dated at Salt Lake City. Utah, this
20tb dnv of October. 1012.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS.
MENT NO. I.
Austin Water Co. Principal place of
bundles., room 20. Continental Bank,
Salt Lake City, Ulnli.
Xolloe There urn delinquent upon the
rollowltu: dwrlbetd stock, on account of
avsefismoiU No. 1, levied August 26. 1012.
tho several amounts sot opposite the
names of respective shareholder, as fol
No. Name. Snares. A int.
13 Henry I,. EsUhrook 477. S 76.00
14 Sarah Cox Anthony USo 100.00
15 Cha 11. Bannister (trus-
tco) G23 100.00
And in accordance with law ,-uid an
older of the board of directors mado on
the 26th day of August. 1012, to many
sharos of each parcel of siich stock as
may be necessary will be sold at tho of
fice of the companv at Room 26, Conti
nental Bank. Salt Lake City, on the 2nd
day of December. 1012. nt 2 p, m., to pay
delinquent nssossmcnt- thereon, together
with cost of advertising and opensos of
sale. LAOFIS D. FARNSWORTH.
Se-reUiry and Ttoasuiei, Au:4ln Water
S P I C 'E S
At I his season of the year lot3
of Spices are, being used. Tc get I
the best, pure, strong, home 1
ground spirt's, ask for U
and the good spiee received will I
repay you for the trouble. 1
FKI5I5 coupons for' KOGEKS' 1
fine silverware in EVERY m
SECRET SOCIETIES I
FOU. RNODElOOM WTTH I
hardwood floor. Apply room 1. Mackln-
tosh hlo-Tk. h3461
ACACIA LODGE NO. 17. F. & A, M. I
Masonic temple, First South and Bee- H
ond East. Regular meetings first Satur- tt
day of month. Members of sister lodges
and eojournlng brethren cordially invltqd.
R. E. WIGHT, W. M.
F. Ay McCARTY, Secretary. xl380
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M. S.
Regular sessions held at Masonlo
temple, corner Second East and First
Couth, th- third Wedneisday In each
month. Sojourning nobles Invited to at
tend. C 1L Fischer, 111., Potentate; J.
M. Marriott, III. Recorder.
., ARGENTA LODGE NO. J.
r jJr?k- P- AD A. M. At Maaon
"t r 'c temple, corner Socond E.
jf vnd First South streets, first
. Tuesday of each month.
Members of sister lodges and sojourning
brethren invited. N. V. Hewett. W. M.: I
Moses C, Phillips. Secretary. I
MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 2. ?. ft A. I
M. Masonic hall, second Monday each 1
month, corner First South and Second I
East. Members of sister lodges and no-
Journing members in good standing ln-
vlted. G. R. Ycarsley, W. M.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. & A. M.
Masonic temple, corner First South and
Second East. Regular meetings second
Friday of each month. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brothrori
cordially Invited. E. O. JLcatherwood, w.
M.; A. J. Lowe. Secretary.
A L1NDS CHAPTER NO.
m 1. Order of Eastern Star
tS Masonlo temple. Stated i
I52isK5) meetings first Friday
TvAt month. Visiting
members will receive a
fiiA cordial welcome. f
r JENNIE R. BRECKON.
W. M.: NELLIE T. I
Xp.... MIZPAH CHAPTER NO. 1
FV G. Order Eastern Star. Iff
JggSV Stated meetings first MS
3&u2&wi Monday of each month. 111
"S&feiPv Jlasonlc temple, c?rner 1X1
fjSSa Second East and First M
y tj South. Visiting membera ft
V cordially invited.
GERTRUDE E. BENJAMIN, W. M. I
LOUISA STEWARD, Sccretury.
a ELECTA. CHAPTER NO.
JjrV S. Order Eastern Star.
JSol Stated moollngs third
tf&IW Tuesday of each montn.
&S0 Masonic temple, corner
TB- Second East and First
W south. Visiting members
V cordially invited.
' LUCENA MARCEL. W. M.
MARY L. TAYLOR, Secretary-
A. A. S. RITE-TI-IE FOUR CO-ORDI-nato
bodies of tho A. A. S. Rite of Fr
Masonry will hold slatod meetings tho
third Thursday In earh month at the Ma
sonic temple, corner First South and Sec
ond Ea3t. Sojourning orothren Invited.
L. II. Harding. 32d deg.
N. M. Jordan lodgo of Perfection No, a.
M. E. Llpman, 32d dee. ,
W. M. James Lowo Chapter of Rose.
Crolx No. 1.
Charles B. Jack. K. C. C. H.
Commander of Salt Lako Council of Ka
dosh No. 1.
C. H. Fisher. 32d deg.
M. of K. Consistory No. 1.
Gerald R. Yearslcy. 32d deg,
Register for all thobodles
UTAH COMMANDER Y NO. 1. KNTGHTC
Templar Stated conclave held In Ma- j
sonic temple, corner Socond East and E
First South, tho first Thursday of each ,Z
month. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially l
Invited to attend. c
F. C. RICHMOND. E. C If
E. O. LEATHER WOOD, Recorder. If
UTAH CHAPTER. NO. 1. R- A? M IN
Stateel convocation second Wednesday 111
fn each month at Masonic hall, corner IU
Second East and First South streets. in
Companions cordially Invited. -John T jn
VJreckon. H. P.; Moses C. Phillips, Secre- fgj
Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 18
JORDAN lodge: no. 3, 1. o. 0. P. IB
Meets every Monday night at I. O. IU
O. F. temple- Visitors Invited. C Cam- lfl
eron. N. G.; A. L. Weaver, V. G.; W. T. IPS
Hopkins, secretary, al437 dj
I. O. O. F. TEMPLE DIRECTORY. Jf
Subordinate lodges meet as follows: IU
Salt Lako lotfee. No, 2, Friday. Iffl
Entorprlso lodge, No. 15, Tuesday. Ill
MIRIAM REBEKAR LODGE MEETS Wfl
first and third Saturday ovenlnga of , IU
each month at I. O. O. F. temple. 02175 t II
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1 9
Meots every second and fourth Satur- f B
day evenings of each month at Odd Fol- Hg
lows temple. Market st. n3552 HI
KnlKhts of Pythias. ffl
CALANTUE-MYRTLb LODGE NO. !.. : IB
K. of P. Every Monday, K. of P. hall. m
123 E. 3rd South. Frank Erath, C. C; lM
N. W. Sonnedcckcr. Tt. of R. and S. n
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3. 18
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall, fflj
161 2nd East. Harold Holmes, C C; 3. Mm
N. Randolph, IC of R. and S. nm
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 2S, K. OF P. (S
Meets every Saturday evening at S iS
o'clock In K. of P. hall, 123 E. 3rd South: In
entranco Linden hotel. L. C. Shaw. Jr., Jm
C. C: A- O. Garrett, K. of R. and S. HE
ROYAL ARCANUM. SALT LAKE COUN- fil
ell No. 1517. Second and Fourth Wed- i I
nesdaya. K. of P. hall. 123 East 3rd South Ifi
street. Walter E. Jones, regent; E. L lit I
Jones, secretary. h I
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OF THE If
World Salt Lako City lodgo No. 250, HI
meets In the Moose clubrooms, 222 South M
West Temple street. Thursday nlghta. 1H9
S:15 o'clock. 20f
GEO. A. WHITAKBR, Dictator. Iflm
S. R. WELSH, Secretary. Pl
FORESTERS OF AMERICA MEET III f'
first and third Tuesdays each month Ike c
at Eagles hall. H. A. Welling. F. s. BHS R
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. SALT llSA
. Lako City tent Nn. S-.Eycry Thura- El
day. 7. O. O. F. hall. Visiting Knights W
Invited. I j
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. f I
Salt Lake aerie No, C7. Every Friday, J
S p. m.. Eaglos halL f
GREAT SALT LAKE CAMP NO. 1007L I
M. W. A- Meets every Monday night at
S o'clock in tho Odd Fellows temple, p.
6. place. Visiting neighbors cordially ln
vltcd. EXCELSIOR CAMP NO. 10S02, MODERN
Woodmen, moots Tuesday evening 'n
M. W, A. hall, 161 Main st. VlsIUi.i 1
neighbors wolcome. C. D. Smith. V. C; ,R
J. w. Ewln. clerk,
UTAH c7mT NO ZZ3. W. O. W. Ilj
Wednesday ejvtnlng. F. O. S. hall, 155 Hi
S. W. Temple, visiting neighbors wl- m
come. Jesse IT. Colllnw. Consul; E. W, Kfi
Hall. Chirk. K
HOUSEKEEPING KOMS H
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