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JL , .- HE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1912. I p
posa TO HIT
eel Watches Course
tits, Both at Home
and Abroad. -IS
less, Closing Prices
jghtly Above Those
:K, Nov. 20. A further dls
twalt tho outcomo of events
I abroad was manifested by
c markcL Trading for the
of tho session was of the
ofcHElonal character and
cy was mildly reactionary in
mrs, with persistent licavi
:d States Steel, Reading and
jpeculatlve favorites. In the
rcsauro relaxed slightly and
or slightly above yestcr
: wcro recorded, despite a
nco in call money at C
.. JUJ,,.ovcmcnt flnani'lnpr was an
ted The New York, Now Haven
1 ford sold $40,000,000 one-year notes
$ 'binkinp syndicate, a oonaldeiablc
?' of which H Is undcrafood will be
i .for refunding purposes. Directors
j iVanderblU lines authorized Iho Is
L1 m of ?24,00O,0OO equipment notes, a
iWn to ho applied to payment of
si ruction material and rolling stork.
.' no important railroad return for
j V was that of tho Baltimore &
1 1 jeid, showlne a net gain of $llu,jj
li fi followed Iho course of stocks,
J r es at trifle Jn eonio of the moro lin
li st issues. Total sales (par value).
t itd States government bonds were
' asti on call.
Closing Slock List.
r I Sales. 1 H. L. ICIso
amitcd Cop S.000 So S43 S JJ
Beet Sugar . GOO oU. Hi r.-tj
I Can 1.600 -Hi -105 -II
rerred "OO rj22!j-'-'i 1221
ir L Fury 500 Gl5 1 00 50?
;cotton on ... 5.200 5in 573 ns
Securllcs.-.i 00 101 10 ISi
kin Linseed ..! 600 i:s I'jj i-j'j
'Locomotive . . 2.100 47gl 4G!I 463
iatll & Rcfng. 1,'JOO 7U 70 70J
rrrcd I ti00106 1106 1 106
tagar UcHnlngr..! GOOI1204 1201204
Ttl & Tel 1 50(1 1 VA' 1 12Jil l2:l
.Tobacco . I 200 270 I26S 2C0
ela Mln Co... 1.2001 4:t5l -usl -i:;s
fon ,, ! 1.600:l07i'107ill07
rred ! '.....,. . 1 1 0 1 5
:lle C Lino S00 ms h:;7l 13$
0 1 -100 ion?' 1061 10651
tifm sicol .... ;:,ioi 101 :!t'4 Ml
ton rt Tr 1 n.ooo 003 si'jl 002
iUn Pacific . . 1 2.::00 267 267. 266i
i Loathcr 1.100 2$ 2Sii 2S1
jreks & Ohio 1.S00 SI SOI 20S
It Western . . 200 181 1 SI t 1S
JH-SI. Paul..; -1,200 115J UIJllI IS
: Nor Western.! :100 1.1SJ J :i S i lr.S
tin Fuel & it'.' 100 ."ti :ifi 8J
illdllcd Gun ...I 1,700 M23H 11 1 12
Products I COO IF.! IS? 15?
Hudson . 100 167& 567 1674
nGt, I 200 2lf 213 215
Itrs' Sccur ...i H00 275' 2Gg 26!
! ; 1,000 3121 :iu a ti
preferred .. ..I f I2J
preferred . . .' I (26
pi Electrlt- I. .. iS2i
SrbUni. prd. .. 2,nooii2Sii:;7a i7a
,0re Clfs .... . SOD -165:1 15 16
k Cnilral . . 100 12$ 12S 123
w-Mct :;.600 20 I 103 103
1 3.700 er.ji 6r.g gs;
.'Harvester . ..' SuO 12031120 I190R
Marine-, pfd ..'
n Paper 13
all Pump . .. fiOO 26i 26 254
Sjulhern 200 2S 273 2S
i8,?' 1 10.", 4
wajlev 2,600 1 74 J 174 174
, ;aih I -100 1-16 lif.4 MS -J
LP t b st. :i i ioo HOij i joati-io
Mil & Texas... I 200 27ii 27j! 273
g Biscuit . .: :ioo i;;2i ia24l l ini
?l"'rai 1 sooiiiii li ii mi
pnt & west .1 I v,4i
p Western..!- :;00 li:.i 113 1154
h American . , . ' S3
m ' Pacific 2.S001 1215 1214
L-fj!1 1001 :J4S 313 43
R.nla- S00l2.'i!l2:: 123
or. -.looiur.iiiiD iioi
5' Lou a.' I I 10GS
,C' ! 100 23 ! 23 22X
W Steel Car... too 37S 372 7J
FJ Pal Car.. ..I 163
Sf",; r'W.- I -ISr.aOO 1712 170 171
iSri 9' i li70u -r,i 25i
It- ft r,", ' 5u,) "I11? 10 101
foH J v' m ;, 20 SO
tttd Llno'-- 00 20J 204 201
StfA'Vir.:! :!0 -,ss J!
5 SS")R I "wifl Hia iioj in"
KJq r $00 S14I S14 si 4
0vFOnP!r . Ant
Paem,C l.06'24ir23i 24
WrSS ,B I 20.700,174 1714 1721
fiS lo.r.oo r.99 r.si r.oi
(fenej C 4,000 743 73X 744
fci a Chcm.. lion ICS! 16 -16
tftrrcd m t
m Mn-lVn.;- .1? w
WW alCk f0r tho day" r'0-,'I0 shares.
tS,r NCW Yorlc Boti-'5.
i&ponCS' 'l?,1, ? V S ref Gs. ... 56
;Wti.Mr,,,,'li:5a M,J I'": la .... 717
cSyPr?-,(!l? v.(, co"v 5 S7i
TiV?;' f P1 ,T C 3fid. ... SA
1r -?u IJI! Si
W8--'! o s l, .l3. :::::: gf
MUr . 'i ,.. o f,-on 0s.... S3S
'jB.'t 0 !'." V1! &o Pac is 5501
Q 4bJ " rj T,d, lHt rt'r l5-- a3a
?5k Unluii Pne is .. 00i
I'iBwt rffrj28, h'i 'o 'l ref OS
'K,3X3I -ifc:: ilS? Wstl-aali Ik .... 6S1
m. York Money.
5!BI nJi,nN.v' -il''y cull
wilneehi,fcl.ll,; n,,ll,K rule. 53 per
'KlStya dli viCl'ir, ,;l5t-v ' c Pcr
rcpn'tV ,8' ,; a,3c nintB, 31
WRW,eS.JJ: lacp. 6 per cent.
JPVh!: nt5c. -'"-vy. with iiotuul
JjflL Cotton Market.
wB?4t u nK; ".V- -OCollon closed
J1, " n,Jt decline of l to 12 points.
UNITED STATES COMMANDS
. THE G0LD0F THE WORLD
Balance of Trade Now Running in Favor of This
Country at the Rate of $ 00,000,000
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
I By International N'owa Service
N-EW VORK. Nov. 20.-.Movemcnts of
Pacifies In tho sUamlard Issues to
day woro so small ns u, ijc un
worthy of consideration. Amonsr
specialties ihorc was koiiio llti ?
excitement In spoi,. hut nothing of d i-
iM?n,,,I,orlilnco wns tl0,,c- From the
Jtandpolnt of sentiment, however, t o
dmofMnf 1,8t,not I'V,,,Wc'0''1 ' co ?
la liners very much.
IiiidS??- i?"!. ilb,'0U(1 ,cc,c'vcd hv the
mpoilarit bankers wore much better
The end of the war is In sl-jht anI It
Is now hoped that thc end will mean
C"1P disappearance of Turkey rrom
UMope. .Such a termination will simplify
matters vory nu.ch. but at y rate there
s to bo no sre-ttter wur than the one at
Gold Easily Obtained.
Most important, however, of the day's
developments was the discovery thut 'old
can be Imported at any moment, that
m,';Y .?,rlS V1,13 'f- .Europe reported
that gold had already bcei engaged for
shipment. Ijndcr ordinary circumstances
and In tact practically ovcrv vear pre
vious to this one the exports of cotton
have been fiiianccd in lSuropc. Ninety
day bills arc dniwn againat the cotton
and these are sold abroad immedlalelv.
this year t ie forcU'n war prevented sain
of thesp blllu In London and thev had
to be taken care of In New York. There
to re the entire export movement of cot
ton has been financed bv the bis nanus
of "Wall si reel. In addition to I bis Un.y
haf had to fliiaiico tho grcatcsl donms-
COPPER FIRM. ITU
i emH PIES
Lead Quiet, $4.55 Bid in Ihe
New York Market; Speller
Steady; Tin Weak.
j Copper (electro) 517.621 7.S7i 3-
I- Lead, Now York $1.55 bid -v-
h Bar sllvor (52-jo
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. Copper firm:
standard pot. SIT. 20 bid: November. De
cember. $17 20-17. &0: .lanuarv. ?l7.2flf
li.lS; electrolytic and lake. $17.0217.57:
eastings. ?1 7.25 17.37.
Tin weak; spot to .lanuary, $10.00
Lead qulot, l.rit" bid.
Spelter steady. 57.10Cii7 W.
Antimony steady; cook-sous, $Q.50.
Iron steady and unchanged.
Copper arrivals. 12(50 Ions. Dxports
tnis nionlli. S5G7 tons.
London copper, --luict; spot. 427S: fu
tures. 7S 15b. Local exchange ilcs
tin, Lwcnty-flve tons, London, tin, easy:
spot. J222t) 5s: futures, j;22J 10s. Lon
don lead, 15 2s Gd. London epeltcr,
Iron Cleveland warrants, GSs In Lon
don. New York Produce.
NEW TOnis, Nov. 20. Flour, steady.
Wheat Spot. .3tcady; No. 2 red, 51.055
elevator and ?1.0G5 f. o. b afloat: No. 1
Northern Duhtth, flijc f. o. b. afloat. Ku
tures closed Ac to Re net lower; December
cloned 02 13-16c.
TCaw sugar Steady. Muscovado, -SO
lest, 3.55c: centrifugal, .06 test, i.05c;
molasses, .S9 test, y.UOc; rcllncd. steady.
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20, The condi
tion of tho treasury at thc beginning of
business today was:
Working balance ? 00.15S.5Sl
In banks and Philippine treas
Total of general fund HC,fi01,095
Receipts yesterday 1,005,210
Deficit tills llacal year, S3.08l.630 against
a dellclt of ?23,U20,S73 laat year.
Tho llgurcs for receipts, disbursements
and deficit exclude public dobl trans
actions. Chicago Produce.
CHICAGO. Nov. 2U- 13utter. steady;
creameries, 20ffjdc; dairies. 2(&3lc.
Ecgs Steady; n.'ceiptK, 2129 casus; at
marl;, cases included, 22&.25C; ordinary
lirsts, 21c; firsts. 27c.
Cheese Weak, daisies. HuQUfilc;
twins, lf.SftilGe; young Americas, 101
lGJe; long horns. lGiGlGJc.
Potatoes Firm: receipts, 15 cars; Wis
consin. 'lS(fc'1c; .Minnesota, riUif2c; Mich
PouIlry--Alivc, weak: turkeys, lie;
chickens, 10c: springs. 101c.
Veal Steady; OQH-Ic.
Coffee Futures Stendy.
NI5W YOHK. Nov. 20. Coffee closed
sleadv at a net decline of C to 10 points.
Novomber and December, JJ.u2c; Jaiiu
nry and February. 13.00c; March. l-'Sc:
April, 13.S5c: May. 13.fi0c: June. 1.-..0 1c,
.lulv, KI.OGc. Aucust, 13.00c; September.
11.01 c; October, M.OOc ti ... ,
Spot Hurley, steady Ulo is. lie
Santos -Is, lG.c; mild, quiet, Cordova,
Tlax, Oats aud K-yc. .
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 20. Brnn, 31S.00
Flon'r-First patents, $4.1fi4.5&; second
pulents. $l.00l.25; first clears. SS.00
3,30: second nleurs, $2.20J?'2.GO.
Flax 1. 323.
I3a rl cy 1 0 G'GOc.
St. Louis Wool. .
ST. LOL'IS. NOV. 20. Wool.
medium grades, combine- and clothing.
KSgflSc; tub washed. 2i(fj'uflc.
NMCW YORK. Nov. 20. Evaporated ap
nles and peaches steady. Prunes, apri
cots and raisins. Him.
Porto Kico's New Wonder.
From fur awav Horto Rico rojnc re
norls -of a wondcrl'iil new discovery
h-.t is believed' will vnstlv boiififil; ibe
pi', pi ! H union 'P. Warclmn of IBaivc
o.mjI . write: fi 15r K iipr' New bis
covcrv in OohiR splendid worlclicro t
enrcl' mo about ho tunes ol terrible
con tibs and cold?. iiIho my bmfcbor of n
Svorc cold i lis cbost ami more than
tweutv olhcrs. who used iL on my nd
vil e We bopo tbis preal mcdiciuo will
M. i be sold in overv dniff ftore in ior
to 1 oo"' For Ibrout and Iuuk trou
Scs there is nothinc bet I or. A tr.a
, nvinft' vou of its merits. f,0c and
J'11 uViVl boltlo free. Guaranteed by
lt.GTj;ITir. ('OAl'i, nil kinds, care-ruilv-rccucd.
Allinnne Coal Co., 13
Main blrcct. Tliono Wjs. 44-13. ,
tic crop movement In hlstorv. Even Can
ada has inado extraordinary demands on
New ork tor cash thin year. On top of
this came 000,000 shares at least of
American stocks that liuropeuu Invent
ors. so. d when thc war began. All this
has been financed and the balance or
trade is running In favor of the United
States about $100,000,000 a month.
Jt Is very easy to figure out that whon
these ninety-day cotton bills bercln to
maturo a flood of nioncv or value or
some kind must come from Europe to
Tariff Reform Talk.
In regard to thc possible effect of tar
iff reform on the steel Industry, earc
fu investigation falls to disclose where
prlccu of this product will be reduced.
Ono reason is that America is selling
steel lower than any other counlrv ni
the world and another is that all" the
mills In thc country arc full of business
Proof that the Important consumers be
lieve this to be true is found In thc fact
that tho United States Steel corporation
will enter tho year I0I3 with orders for
S00.O0O tons on its books. The Bethle
hem Steel company has orders on its
books now for enough business to run
Its mills at full capacity for ten monCis.
Still further evidence of prosperity is
furnished by the American Can com pa in.
which for the first ten months of this
ralondar year earned a little more than
57.000,000. The directors will meet m
about two weeks to put thc preferred
fitock on the full 7 per cent basis, with
an extra payment of perhaps 2 per cent
a tiuarler on account of Hie 31 per cent
of accumulated dividend.
PIE OF WHEAT IS .
Export Sales at Kansas City
Boosts the Grain in Chi
CHICAGO. Nov. 20. Export sales at
Kansas City rallied wheat today after
Hie market bad touched a new low level
for this year's crop. Closing prices were
tlrm. jic to 2c above last night.
Highest prices 0f the day came just be
fore thc last bell. Thc market bad been
comparatively indifferent to advices con
cerning export business at New York, as
thc bulk was believed to be Canadian.
May fluctuated between S3Sc and 905c
with final sales at D0g(fr90io.
Fear of a squeeze In December con
tracts led to an upturn In corn. May
ranged from -17c to -J7Sc. closing firm at
47Be. a. net gain of iifjigo. Cash grades
Some falling off in primary receipts
caused oats to develop strength. May
closed Zc up at 32 Jc.
At the end of the provision session pork
wus 22Jc to F0c dearer nnd other articles
generally 10c to 20c higher.
RANGE OF Til K LEADING FUTURES
Wheat Open- JMch. 7.ow. Close.
Dec S1 SC S3S S5
May 001 00i SOjJ f05
July ... ... S7"i Si.'J S7 S7'3
Dec -17? ill 17 171
May 171 47E 17 173
July 4Si ISi" -IS S'i
Dec , 313 31J 31 31J
May ... ... 321 32i 321 32$
July 32i 32 32i 321
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
easy: Rye. No. 2, fiOc; barley, feed or
mixing, -JliJi'GOc; fair to choice malting,
."i070e; timothy seed, 53.00(&;3.75; clover
seed. ?IK.00'5'17.50; mess pork, $17.00
17.23; lard (in tierces), 511.10.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were ecjual to S7J.0OO bushels. Primary
receipts were 1,614,000 bushels, com
pared with 660,000 bushels the corre
sponding dny a year ago. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wbeat, SO cars;
corn. 225 cars; oats, 170 cars; hogs, 21,
CHICAGO. Nov. 20. Cattle Rcccipls,
27,000: market, .steady to 10c lower.
Eceves, $5. 25 CiBiO. 00; Texas steers. ?4.30
(JH.G0; western steers. ?5 -100.I0; stock
ors and feeders, $1.10(5)7. 2u: cows anil
heifers. 52.707.35; calves, $0.50(8)10.25.
Hogs Receipts, 32,000; market, steady.
Light, $7.-i0tf7.S5: mlNcd. $7.-IOf'7.90;
heavy, $7. -100)7. 926; rough. $7.-IO&7.60;
pigs, J5(J'7.30; built of sales, $7.70??7.8u.
Sheep Receipts, -15,000; market, steady
to shade lower. Native, 33.10Siil.i50;
western, $3 7047)4.00; ycarllncs, ?i.Y5?
5.00: lambs, nativo, $5.50(i3i7.u5; western,
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. 20 Cattle Re
ceipts, 3100: markot, steady. jvatlvo
steers, $G. 25(ji 10. 25; cows and holfers,
$3,75(jp7: western steers, $5.503.25;
Texas steers, $1 .50fiG.30; cows and heif
ers, ?3. 506. 50; canncrs. ?3(5M.25: slock
ers and feeders, Ji.75(5'7.G0. calves, $3
0; bulls, stags, etc.. Sf.25fi.
Hogs Receipts. 10,200; market, steady
to uc higher Heavy, $7.705'7.S5; mixed,
$7,7007.75; light, $7.60(7.50; pigs, $6.25
(5)7.50: bulk of sales, $7.70(57. SO.
Sheep Receipts, 12,000; market, steady.
Feeders, strong. Fed muttons. $t 75(fi
5.10: wethers. 53.75Qjt.50; ewes, ?3 50
1.10; lambs, $6-50(5)7.-10.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 20. Cattle Re
ceipts, S00O. Including 800 southerns; mar
ket, steady. Nativo steers, $ii.fiOjyU0.85;
southern steers, $l.257.25; southern
cows and heifers. $3.505 n0; native cows
and heifers, $!!..r08: Blockers and feed
ers. $1.75(2)7.30; bulls, ?1iQ)5.75; calves,
$5.50rtE9.50: western steers, $3.00(0)8.50;
Western cows. $3, 50 6. 75.
TIog,Rocelpts, -1000; market, steady.
Bulk of sales, $7,557.S5; heavy. $7.70
7. S3; packers and butchers. $7.G07.S0;
light. $7.I07.7O: pigs. $6, 15 G 75.
Shep Rccolpts, 6000; market, steady.
Muttons. $3.GSr.; lambs. $G7.50; range
wethers and ycurllngs, ?1G; range ewes,
WlmM) & the PANAMA CANAL
? 8dr 10rlTOflcli-125nndur.
i-fal 7-1 fi.-irf fir llturrttftd Mlrt
foS4111 5tJ i ii(imhiirc-AiuTjoun Lino .
CTITOUS 1G0 vvett Randolph St.,
Chicago, ill., or I. A. Bonton. P. & T. .-V.
nenVer & Rio Grande Ry. I. J. Kyca,
'01 Alain St.. Salt 'Lalcc.
ANCHOR LINH STEAMSHIPS
NEW VOKIC LONUO.NlJliltKi AND
GUASGON. NJ5W YORK. PA-L-ERMO
Attractive rates for tickets botwopn New
York a id oil Scotch. English, Irish. Con
tlnental and Mediterranean Polnto. Su
norlor Accommodation. Excellent Cuisine.
Efficient Service. Apply for Reservation i
to local agent of Anchor Une or HEN
DBRSON BROTHERS. General Amenta, I
1 CONTINUE (with no denials) to CHALLENGE peven to.ei. yM W&
each and all the Distillers of bottled in bond BesB1 m fflm
whiskies, including all largely advertised, popular . . yaWjM Z&TZsimr Hffl
brands made in Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania J0C PWW BEDI
and all over the U. S. that they cannot show proof S KSbi,W BHD
that their combined bottling equaled, or even I collector HjV M
approached our last year's record on 7 to 8 year old V mKSKSaS HI
Wm. H. McBrayer'sCear Brook: 2,956,944 ((bottles) 'tfiPM
Most of their -whiskies are bottled in bond immediately after only 4 7)SB9 Mill
i year old, or just within the U. S. Law LimiL They can't deny that cither. Jp "m WRwwW wBM
The alamps over their bottles proves that. y '-r 'Sjigt nfT BUkI
. j On this showing, having bottled in bond more 7 to 8 year old Cedar g3li P -PiJIBHi Wsl
! Brook Whiskey in our one Kentucky Distillery last year than all other XL jgtb HlH HI
brandu put together, it is therefore 77ic Oldest and Best Quality on tho SQQ. jtWBmk 4H iSH
: market, which has always made it the biggest seller and will continue jwjSW " "39HjB WBM
HAEM BROS. MERCANTILE CO., Plstrilmtors I
The Denver & Rio Grande
Effective May 10, 1312.
Provo. Mantl, Marysvalo K;00 tu m.
Mldvalo and Bingham 7:15 a.m.
Denver. Chicago and 12ast 3:35 a.m.
Park City 8;20'a. m.
Ogdcn and Intermediate points. 10:35 a. m.
Offden. San Ftancltjco, Portland 12:10 j. m.
Ogdcn. San Francisco, Portland. 2:15 p.m.
Mldvale nnd Bingham 2:45 p.m.
Denver, Chicago and East !:20p. m.
Provo, Sprlnfrvllle, Tlntlc -1:50 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East 7:00 p.m.
Ogdcn, Portland and Seattle. ..11:10 p. in.
Ogdcn. San Francisco, Los
Angeles S:10 a. m.
Tlntlc. Sprlnsvlllc. Provo 10:20a.m.
Bingham and Mldvale 10:30 a. m.
Denver, Chicago and East 12:25 p. ni.
Ogdcn and intermediate points. 2:10 p.m.
Denver, Chicago ami East 2:30 p. m.
Ogden. San Francisco and West 1:55 p.m.
Parle City and intermediate
points 5:00 p. m.
Bingham and Mldvale 5:30 p. m.
Provo, Monti. Maryavalc 6:30 p.m.
Ogdeu, San Francisco, Portland G:50 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East 10:53 p. m.
Phone Wasatch 2526.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING, Notice Is hereby given that thc annual
moctlnrr of the ntockholdcre of tho Go
mini Mining company will bo hold at the
office of the company, room 723 Koarns
building, Main street. Salt "Lake City,
Utah, on Monday, tho 2nd day of De
cember. 1012. at 2 o'clock p. m.. for tho
election of directors for the ensuing year,
and for tho transaction of audi other
business a3 may bo brought before the
JAMES E. BERKLEY, Secretary.
Dated Nov. 12, 1012. 1:1783
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern savings depart
ment conducted In connection With this
bank. Safe deposit boxes for rent. U. S.
Frank Knox, president: Jamea A. Mur
ray, vice president; W. F. Earls, cashier;
E. A. Culbertson, assistant cashier.
Capital paid In, $300,000. Interest paid
on time deposits.
lj Interested and should know
ftmlUSulk aboul dic wonderful
MllfMla MARVEL Whirling Spray
SW81 Tbcncw VanlnnlSyrinoa
VSffiSust Best most convenient. It
jjlijm cleAUU Instantly.
Alk sour druct'lst for rSSmX
If he cannot jupply tl1 Wr WljPrK
MARVEL, accept no otherfi wfiXy
but lead tUmp for Illustrated ff 'im
book sealed. It elves full partleu- Wjit. fa
lari nnd directions Invaluable to ladles. fifflWAttl?
MARVEL CO.. 4Eajt23d Streot.New York'aw
For sale by Schr.imm-Johnson, Druga,
Five Stores. Mall orders solicited.
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE MEM
BERS OF THE COUNTRY CLUB.
Notice Is hereby given that a apcclal
meeting of the members of tho Country
club Is called to bo held In supper room,
mezzanine floor, Hotel Utah, at Salt Lake
City. Utah, on "Wednesday, tho 4th day
of December, 1012, ut S o'clock p. m. of
that day. Tho purposo of suld meeting
Is to vote upon a resolution or resolutions
authorizing the directors of tho Country
club to ecll, exchange or otherwiso dlB
posc of all the real property of said club;
to buy othor properly, and to Issuo mort
gaged, bonds, or other evidences of In
debtedness of tho club for tho purpoeo of
carrying out tho resolutions.
By order of tho board of directors.
Dated November S, 1912.
U1272 SAMUEL R. NEE I, Secy.
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