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H TO THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. , 1,
I GOOD WEATHER IS
No Cessation in Building Ac
tivity; New Structures Are
CONSUMMATE BIG DEAL
'Another Step in the- Rapid
Growth of Retail Center
Woalbcr conditions during tho last
Treok continued to favor real cstulc
dealers ot tho city, -who report an activo
market and bright future prospects.
.Aside from exchanges of property in
tho residential and busincs3 sections
nlike. building operations, as Toviowerl
in these columns one iveck ago, contin
ued incessantly. That there will not be
finy cossation in building, other than
that caused as a natural consequence of
the winter season, is evidenced in plans
being prepared by architects and the
launching of new improvement projects.
What is viowed as the most impor
tant single deal of tho week, as well as
of the season, was the tale by tho Ncw
ltouso Kealty company of a corner lot,
Sorlo" feet, at Exchange place and
Slato street, directly opposito the site
of tho Newhouso theater. Tho consider
ation was substantially over $100,000,
the price per front foot on State street
being approximately .$1200, an increaso
in. front foot values in that localit of
about 400 por cont within tho last five
Local interests havo acquired tho
K Tribune Koaders Can Tso Longer Doubt
m the Evidence.
i This Salt Lake City citizen testified
j : lone ago.
1 1 Told of quick Telief of undoubted
3 The facts are now confirmed.
H Such testimony is complotc tho evi-
l denco conclusive.
St It forniB convincing proof of. morit.
f Mrs. M. C. Dale, 437 W. Eighth
: South St., Salt Lake Cit-, Utah, says:
i'lj "For over a year I suffered from a
j dull ache across tho small of my back
and through my kidnoys. A cold or
K overexertion always inado ray trouble
I worse, and T was often laid up in bed
for a week at a time. I was' also
I greatly annoyed by the kidney sccro-
ij tions. "When Doau's Kidney Pills wore
recommended to me, T procured a box
C nt Schramni'Johuson 'a nrur store, and
I they soon cured me. I cladly roindorse
Doan?s Kidney Pills. The euro thoy
effected romc years ago has been pox-
For salo at Schramm-Johnson 's drug
jj store, Salt Lake City, Utah, and by
I all dealers. Prico 50c. Foster-Mil-
jj burn Co., Buffalo, Xcvr York, eoIo
;J agents for the United State3. Iiemeru-
8 bcr tho name Doan's- and take no
i other. (Advertisement.)
The Highest Mark
In the life of a corporation is the dollar
mark, when it is well earned. Honesty and industry
have enabled us to attain a high position of this kind,
.lisich succeeding quarterly statement shows a substan
tial increaso in our assets. AVe have successfully
passed sis: dividend periods. Every stockholder's money'
is protected by first class securities.
DO YOU WANT TO EARN 9 PER CENT, and over
on your investment? AVritc us for full information as
'to how you may become one' of our many stockholders,
either by paying all cash for your stock, or on the easy
pajmieut plan. The price is $1.20 per share.
3$ Home Builders
10 and .12 E. Third South. . . Salt bake City, Utah
Incorporated 19 11. . j . Capital $100,000.
property, and, it is reported, will divide
jL into two or throo ownerships, which
will erect handsome structures upon
their respective holdings. This is but
anothor step in tho rapid upbuilding of
tho now retail center at Stulo street I
and Broadway, and with tho assured
completion of tho Newhouso thcator,
will complolo a stolid block of structures
along tho west siilo of Slate street from
Third to Fourth South.
licalty iirms confidently assert that
quite a number of big deals of ;rrcat im
portance are pending, somo of which,
involving record suras of money, aro to
be consummated within tho next two
weeks or so. Indications arc that Salt
Lako has entered, an era of Growth and
oxpansion of the business district, and
that the development of residential dis
tricts will be commensurate with the
spread of tho business section.
Homo building enterprises aro prob
abry the feature of the general real es
tate market at present. Within tho last
week dealers havo made gratifying
sales of lots in the popular new addi
tions on tho bench lands and the newer
residential districts surrounding the
city, also several sales of close-in resi
dence properly. Tn most instances, the
owners of thenroocrtics either aro plan
ning or already havo made arrange
ments to orccl residences. These homes
vary from tho more modest to the olc
gnu'l. but all will be modern and attrac
tive structures, lending thoir part to
the "city beautiful" scheme.
New Apartment House.
Another new apartment bouse is be
ing planned and will bo erected be
tween Soventh and Eighth East streets
on Fifth South by tho Bottilyon Home
Builders company at an early date. Tho
Clieosman Automobile company is pre
paring to erect another apartment house
at West Temple and Fourth. South
streets, opposite iho Slmbrlck, now vir
tually completed. Other apartment
houses are being planned for various lo
cations and activity in this lino appar
ently goes on unstinted.
Many prosncctivo buyers wero shown
property during the week and tho out
look for numerous transactions in vari
ous kinds of properties is declared
bright by dealers. Tho strong demand
for small farms near tho city continued
and that S"a1t Lako is becoming tho
clearinc bouse for rc'altv deals at points
in other counties of the slate is shown
in the number of firms that aro nego
tiating in oulsido tracts.
CONDITIONS GOOD IN
BOX ELDER COUNTY
C. Frank Emery, state sanitary in
spector, has returned from a" trip
through Box lildor county. Tie reports
that, on tho whole, couditions aro sat
isfactory there, although a number of
water systems aro not regarded health
ful. Ho says that the people scorn to
bo realizing the nocossity of sanitary
water supplies from municipal springs
instead of from ordinary wells. Ef
forts are bcinc niado to havo a num-1
bor of towns make appropriations fori
a city water supply from springs.
I Sherwood's Pharmacy Opona
Sherwood's pharmacy has been es
tablished in tho Kosewa apartment
building, corner Stnto and Seventh
South streets. Tho business formerly
was tho State Streot Pharmacy on the
opposito side of State street from the
Now is the right timo to plant
hyacinths, tulips, narcissus and crocus.
Reduced prices. Vogcler's Seed Store,
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of tho stockholders of tho Go
mlnl Mining company will be held at tho
office of the company, room 723 Kcarns
building. Main 3troot. Salt Lako City,
Utah, on Monday, tho 2nd day of Do
comber, 1012. at U o'clock p. m., for tho
election of directors for tho ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may bo brought before tho
JAMES K. BIURKLI5Y. Secretary.
Dated Nov. 12, 1912. ki788
Quick loans made on choice city
real estate on long or short time. Best
Rates always the lowest our own
funds consequently no delays.
Tuttle Brothers Company
153 Main Si. (Eastern Ofllco, Grand
31 B The "'Coming" Pittsburg mm
II E of the Great West H
if R9 Midview, in Uintah Valley, is in the heart of an .immense K
11 MP coal anc mineral belt. With railroad facilities, it will be- BIB
ill IHe comep?ne greatest towns in the great west a sec- BMd
B ,Jhp lTilllal1 vUcy lias more natural This is a grand opportunity for a man
Bf B J'CS0UL'ecs than any other single section . in any walk of life. A town with BH
Kg of the United States. Different big cap- such a supreme location as Midview, H
hS R italisls have learned of its richness. is bound, to reap the benefits from the
Wm B natural resources of this great valley. jEH
Hjgfl H Xovr there is a race on. Two great ; liHE
Mi BH fiuaneial interests arc each trying to A man who is well posted on the rich-
Hi lap this wonderful valley first. One ness of the Uintah Valley, said: HH
HII rouf1 is doinS construction work " Within two years Midview properties IBfl
HI jR between Steamboat Springs and Craig, will be worth over five times tfheir H
HI jH (" l0' T1,cy expect t0 covcr 0VCL' fort Present cost." The present valuo of BH
Hi H miles before spring. Midview properties is from $100 to H
HB jH $3000 each. You can. buy these prop- HH
HB HH ',avc larEe holdings in this valley erties at $75 each for three properties IB
HS H fin(l is t0 Ur 'ntercsls lo a Sood. or less; $60 each for four or more. H
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Hi HH ed. This is HyBI Bv m if WmmSkM day and ict HH
HI reason IV1 WM Wf I l WW us explain to
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Hffi BHb properties so cheap. The present low really offers. Our booklet on Midview H
H BHH prices do little, more than cover pro- is your for the asking. B
I Inter-Mountain Realty Company H
K H "The Farm Shop"
HC HS Suite 205 Templeton Building Salt Lake City, Utah DB
to mm& fiueH
Merchanls of Salt 'Lake Ex
pect Sonic Record-Breaking
WEEK IS PROSPEROUS
Mild Weather Has Been
Cause of Unusually Heavy
Trade in Some Lines.
While this local retail world is mov
ing along in n innuner perfectly sutis
fnctory to merchants in general, much
attention i now being given by the
different firms to tho big holiday' open
ings, which, according to custom, will
tako placo about December 1.
Thcro aro few rotuil houses in Salt
Lako that arc not directing preliminary
efforts toward tbip important cvont.
Tho bulk of sfock that -will bo displayed
during the Christmas shopping period
is already horo, while novelties, good3
and wares more- strictly typical of Yule
tido aro still bciug ordered and shipped
Anticipate Big Trade.
Indications aro that December 1 will
witness an array of attractive stock
such as has novor before been offered
by local rotail houses. Tho -car thus
far has proved profitablo to merchants
generally, anA tho largor department
stores havo gained substantially over
last year's proceeds. Altogether the
outlook is considerably brighter than
usual. Theso facts havo been import
ant factors in bringing tho morchaut-a
to nnticipato heavy trado during tho
holiday rush. In consequenco, mer
chants aro slocking in heavily, although
judiciously, and probably will transact
a record-breaking volume of business
for tho Christmas shopping season.
Tho fcaturo of tho week appears to
havo been tho activo trading in Thanks
giving linens, house furnishings . of
overy character, hardwaro and sporting
articles, suits, millinery, silks, dress
goods, uudcrwear and similar lines,
while all staples apparently held to a
strong market. A good business in
shoes, -woolens, hosiery, cloaks, heavier
men's and -women's -wearing apparel
vras reported by many firms, although
othors complained that tho compara
tively mild weather of tho last fow
days"had held back trado in those lines
Lumbor aud cement and all building
materials -wore in good demand duriug
the weok, duo to building operations,
which continued throughout the city on
a wido scale. Weather conditions
seemed perfect for building and full
adivautago has been taken thereof.
This is tho natural season for good
trado in sheet music, books, crockery,
stationery, jowolry and commodities
used indoors. Dealers in these lines
report a splendid weok 's trado and de
clare business will steadilj increase un
til after tho Christinas rush. Grocory
wtores and general merchandise houses
also have entered upon a scasou that
will bring steadily increasing business
until after tho holidays.
Cash sales continue to run heavy and
collections are reported good.
Salt Late Statistics
Albert K. Liyon, Rhea Dragc. Salt
Ferdinand P. Peck, Alice M. Bench,
Will Jam H. Smllh, Jr., Georgia G. Corn
stock, Salt Lake.
George W. Hunter. St. Paul: Fannie
G- Ott, Noustadt-on-thfi-araln, Germany.
George W. Davis, Margaret Knowlcs,
Cookman Chldcater, Frances J. Brown,
Albert L. Root, Mary Johnson. Salt
Park Kcnncr, 114 North. First West,
Frank J. Tavy. 373 North Third Wcut,
November JS, 1012, Dorothy AUcen
Jonei?, 17f 12ast Seventh South, 3 years,
acuLo gastro Intestinal Inllamatlon.
November 14, 1912, Gcorgo Pantclan
lonaklB, St. Mark'n hospital, SO years,
peritonitis, following gun shot wounds.
November 15, 1013, Clarence- Morton,
L. D. S. hospital, 1 month, pneumonia.
Real Estate Transfers.
Clifford G. Worthcu and wlfo ,to
James L. Pollock, part of lot '46,
Hollywood tract 5 430
Mary 13. Campbell to Mary R.
Clark, part of lot IS, block 1C,
flvu-acro plat A...., 1
Mary It. Clark to Suit Lake City
Cor., part of lot IS, block 1G,
five-acre plat A 1
Permelia F. Wclehona and husband
to Freeman Bassctt, part of lot
5, block 20, plat B 10
Mary IT. Jcnningn to George B.
Potter and wife, part of lot Ji,
block S3, plat C 360
George C. Watts and wife to Henry
llarker. lots 3 to 0, inclusive,
block 3, Clermont subdivision.... C.000
A. Keysor Investment company to
Henry llarker, part of section 11.
township 2 aoutb rango 1 west.. 700
James Devin to Annio B. Devlne,
part of lot 1. block 27, five-acre
plat C 1
Douglas Heights Improvement com
pany to C. N. Ray, lot 25, block
11, Douglaa Park 073
Wlllnrd B. Richards and wife to
Sidney E. Mulcock, lot 16, block 5.
EvergTeen Park 575
ICdward RJshton to Mary J. Rlsh
ton, lotn 13 to 16. block 3S, Sandy
Albert F. Abbott and wlfo to Joseph
S. Ncllson. lota 33 and 3-1, block
3, C. S. Deskyn subdivision 000
George W. Mlekcl nnd wJfo to
Ellr.abeth Lang, part of lot ' 6,
block 15. five-acre plat A S2G
Nathaniel H. Stono and wlfo to
Kimball & Richards, lot SB, Jack
con square G
Clarence M. Cannon and wlfo lo
Eugene M. Cannon, lot 11, block 5,
Forest Dale 10
N. M- Lonp & Co. to Roua Evans,
lota 20 and 30, block 2, Longvlew
L. B. Swaner lo Gcorgo M. Can
non company, lot 1, block 3,
Frultvalo addition 10
Marlon A. M Cannon to John Mc
Farlanc. lots 1$ and 19, block 4.
Emerson Heights 450
Eldridge T. Alcorn and wlfo lo
Marin J. O. Fallon, part of lot 6, ;
tlock 116, plat A C.S00
William J. Spencer and v,Ifo to
Emily F. Fall, part of action l'
township I uouth, rango 1 weet.. l,100i
Gone? "ion Mp'K c"ectjl
Strictly a high-class home in fact, the home you m
so long sought, in vain; and at a moderate prl
$5500.00 $500.00 Cash $50.00 per monl
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE MEM
BERS OF THE COUNTRY CLUB.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the members of tho Country
club la called to bo held iu supper room,
mezzanine floor, Hotol Utah, at Salt Lake
City, Utah, on Wednesday, tho 4th day
of December. 1012, at S o clock p. m. of
that day. Tho purpose of said meeting
1h to voto upon a resolution or resolutions
authorizing tho directors of tho Country
club to sell, exchange or otherwise dlB
poso of all the real property of said club;
to buy other property, and to Issue mort
guges. bond3. or other evidences of In
debtedness of the club for the purpoao of
carrying out tho resolutions.
By ordor of tho board of directors.
Dated November 8. 1912.
1:1272 SAMUEL R. NEEL, Secy.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Notice la hereby irlveri that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of tho Godlva
Mining company -will be held at tho offlco
of the company, room 723 Kearna building-,
Main street, Salt Lako City, Utah,
on Monday, the 2nd dav of December,
1912, at 2:15 o'clock p. in., for tho election
of directors and officers for tho ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may bo brought before
JAMES E. BERKLEY, Secretary.
Dated Nov. 12, 1912. kl7S0
Tho Commercial Guard ,fc Safety na
soclatlon, a corporation, has been organ
ized in this city for the purpose nf "pro
tecting lives and property, especially dur
ing tho night.
Patrolmen have been encascu with po
lice power to do this work, and wo re
spectfully solicit your patronage. For
particulars call at our office or write us
at 5G W. 4th So. st.
Solicitors will call on you and explain
our method nnd any particulars. 1:1060
Eeport Good Demand
Tho Southern Pacific Land Agency
reports a continued laryo buyinir . of
railroad lands in Box Kldor county,
rjlah, and Elko county, Nevada. Local
people are buying quite extensively.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT J
WENT NO. 1. 4
Austin Wtiter Co. Principal
buslnosB. room 2o. Conllnn i
Salt Lake City, Viali. UUIH,nn
Notice There urc delinquent tl
following deacrlbpd slock, on
assessment No. 1, levied AiituiF
tho several ntnoimU sel 0,
names of respective sliareholZ?
No. Name. shani
IS Henry L. Cstnbrooks...
14 Sarah Cox Anthonv... fi;fi
15 Chas. II. Bannister' (tnu."
And In accordance with law
order of tho board of tliuf(0rs '
the 20th dav of August, 1$ i
shares of each pircci of irVh ,
may bo iu-cca.su rv vlll be sold nt
tlce of tho companv vi Itoom 4
nental Bank. Salt T.nlCc Cl(v nn
day of December. 1012, at "n i.!
dellnciuent aiisessmrut thtrcon t
with cost or advertising nni mb.
sale. LOUIS D. IrnswoS
Sorrel ary and Treasurer, Austla
j j Yal
Location ( . But you must act
I 5th East and 13th. South. Just across tho ' OI1CC ' .
street from new city limits. Only a few Qo ' te-in ii.d is scare. Homcfi
minutes ride from business; center.. Tw s tJlfl Located iu lhe soutiV
J g00d car bncs- . oast, directly in the putli of most rap
I expansion, "it will double in value soon. j
I Prices -:
I $640 to S740 per half acrot including ce- Ideal for the business
I ment walks, shade trees, graded streets, nian Or Wage e2LtVL&
Q irrigating . water. ,
I K . . ' . Your spare-time work will help you to ,
1 - dependence. Your fresh -vegetables, fnn
1 TeriHS'! 'J?i eggs and-milk wUl give-' yon an indepey
I ' Only $13 to $16 cash . r.X'' ;..Gnt Jh'in- ;
I and'. a like amount each, month.' L'et us show you Iho way. ,
1 Our autos are at your service.
J Phones Wasatch 3992 and 6392.
Kimball & Richards J
I "Land Merchali5,' , Mi
I 56 and 5S IVTuin Street. Salt Lako Cily. tal1' g