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j THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1912, 5 H'
TAutrflni0Ufc of Lcwlst0. Mont., Who Is a Visitor in Town the
I)EUGIITFUL affair of laat oven
Ins, which was enjoyed by a large
numbor of the younger married
pcoplo of the city, was the sec
ond danco of the Utah club given
ballroom of tho Hotel Utah. The
was a brilliant one, with Its say
mil beautiful rnualc. and from early
; till past midnight the dancing
njoyed. Two punch bowls were
on the mezzanine for the refresh
Uhc company and after the danc
5 over many supper parlies wt-rc
Hen In the dining room of the
James Hoglo was tho hostess yes
at a very beautiful luncheon at
ltd Utah, at which thirty of hur
Were guests. Tho long table was
the banquet room adjoining the
in and the whole place was like
ui, -with JtK quantities of lovoly
Fivo hlch ases extended the
of the table, bearing bouquets of
I lie lovely shaded Taft roses, and Inter
twined between them were ropes of sml
lux. adding the gorgeous green to the
Mrs. James Ivors entertained tho mem
bers of tho Crystal Brldtro club very
pleasantly yesterday, first at a 1 o'clock
luncheon and later at live tables or auc
tion bridge. The decorations for the
luncheon were in pink and white chrysan
themums, .a tail vase of them filling the
central part of the table, and quantities
of them adorning the remainder of tho
houae. The guest table was composed of
Mrs. M. II. Kervln, Mrs. Abncr Lumati,
Madarno "Blanchard and Mrs C. II. Blan
chard. M -!
A- simple home wedding of last even
ing was that of Miss Elsie JSwlcky and
William Eldridgc Stanton, which took
placo at S o'clock at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs- J. F. Marshall on K street. The
ceremony was performed by the Kcv
Ransom P. Nichols and was witnessed
mats Freely But
m Has JNo Dyspepsia
jft. a Mild LavatLvo With
wfkd Pepsin and Insures His
torfort and Pleasure.
JBjrtaimtQ is tho man wlio can cat
yimg" without mi ferine the tor
dyspepsia, but as few arc; so
Mate care should be taken io Use
f of diet, Eating slowly, inasli
the food thoroughly and I '!
I'tlort walk after the 'hcaw menl
ftp day will (j0 much toward as
Wf digestion. Any grownup per
f'DRQt to know Uie peculiar foods
: do not agree, auf these should be
'len those common sense aids fail,
tt thmsr to do is to take a mild
1'ive tonic with a:at.ivc proper
Lni) there is none better than Dr.
, 011 s Syrup Popsin. Tt contains
Peatcst of nil aids to digestiou,
I peptin. H has other iujzrcdieuU
mildlv on tho bowolc, au.l
1D.?d it forma a combination for
i , Ilef of dyspepsia' or indi,'cstiou
actiou is to tono and strcnprtumi
."omach and bowel musics so that
'J?" :,u do their work iiatur
,wimout. outside aid, and when that
1,,01"ent comes all medicine can
"'Spenser with. It ia tho best rn
jODlaimi'olo for any disorder of the
liver anj bowels, for dvspop
constipation, bilioiitiiicaE. "head
nrowfliiiess after oatin", qas on
.Wnmyh, ct(.. Thousands of users
y?y to this, auiontr ilioni Reryt.
pPfr. Ft. Uouylas. tTiah. and Mr.
Manchester, Manoheater, 3a.
fop cp.sm is sure in its results,
tR a5t imi)rovcjneuL over chewing
KIUnyint; tablets and mints, or!
mk Your Opportunities
the least of I ham is t he
opportunity to stow away
Pur valuables in an abso
!? sale plat:;) For $1.50 a
JtHave you UBecl it?
I Safe Depouit Vaulta.
SEBGT, 0. SHAPAR.
takiu.i cathartics, salts, etc.. all of
which tiro hnrsli aud uuussoous. and at
best do but temporary pood. ou can
obtain Syrup Popsin at any druc : sloro
for fifty cents or one dollar a bottle.
If no member of your family has
over used Syrup Pepsin and you would
like to make aporsoual trial ot it be
fore buying it; iu the regular way of a
druggist, send your address a postal
Washington t.. Jlonticc o, Ilk, am
a free "sample bottle will be mailed
you. .Results are always guaranteed or
money will Ibe refunded. (Advcrtt&e
mcnt.) . .
Mf f 5AY5:
This magic number
Briugs good t-onl to any home,
5R Mflin St.. 655 fio, -ltk Woat
o7 m, v.?f tho m.oal ltnato friends
w-.K nftS1". pt?PIft "'y- Tc bride
MMJiV5"'1 by,AI,f Ethel Martin. Fred
dah,K,yf.H.W'l,! M,,c bc,9t, ",n' while two
vl "j?'iIIUJ.'lvn,a,dcns- londa of tho brldu.
hi ,u l,lhh:nV 'V?',1 J-J"'c Aclccrman.
tc , J, ,,roai1 . ribbP" of wlilte satin
i?,, t0"p, a for the bridal party,
p-It J, rv.?.iina Si von away by her father.
Ralph wlcky. and Mre. C. C. Countrv
" matl P'HJ'cd t!o music for the ceremony.
A veddlnfj supper followed, and later the
jouns people left for tho northwest on
a short honeymoon trip, to he at home
attiT December lo In noise. Tho bride
i!oS,..drwiHed lnJl ''cautlful Kown of white
c larmcuHc satin with trimming of
duche.Ho laee and silver, and he carried
a shower of roscn and lllllcs of the val
ley, rhc home was beautiful with manv
lowers, the showy chrysanthemums o"f
the nnturnu IJme forming the main deco
ration. A beautiful though simple church wed
ding of yesterday was that of Miss Flor
ence Holmes, daughter of Mra. M. K.
ebber. and William Rafter, which loolt
plac-ii at St. .Mary'a i-athedr.u at 10
0 clock in the prepuce or tho Immediate
relatives only. The ceremony was Uor
formcd by the T:.;v. father Kelly, and
.Ml Ms Nora Glcason furnHhcd beautiful
iTiualu for the ncrvlcc. The youns People1
left immediately for the northwest, to
make their home at While Salmon.
A a on.
Car. tain ond Mi. Gcorpo r Pond en
tertained a party of friends at a 'dinner
last evening, their guests being Mr. and
Mrs. nichard A. Kcyes. Colonel and Mrs.
Frederick C. Perkins. Mrs. Wildmau and
The members of St. Mark's parish
enjoyed a delightful evcnlnjr togethijr last
night, a reception in the Sunday school
rooms of the church, which was attend
ed by the large number of their friends.
1 he guests were received by Dean and
Mm Colllday. Judge and Mry. M. "L.
Ritchie, .Mr. and Mrs. .7. Walcolt fl'homp
aon, Mrs. A. II . Pardons, and Mrt. Pvlce.
the presidents of the two guild of the
pariah. Several of the mombero of the
guilds assisted by serving at the tables
which were decorated with yellow and
while chrysanthemums and were most
attractive. Some excellent music was
furnished by an orchestra.
Mr:. W. R. Graham and Miss Cart
wright of Fort Douglas entertained Tuca
dnv afternoon at a tea at the Graham
homo to meet the two visiting girls at
the post. Mlsrf Maury and Mies Cutter,
the guests being tho bachelor officers or
Mrs A. .1. Gorham and Mrs. J. C.
Wceter will entertain a few of their
friends Ihls afternoon aU a kenflngton
y?a at the Gorham homo on Second ave
nue. U U M
Mrs. Charles A. Walker will nntor
tatn today at a luncheon at her home,
5'J Sixth b'ast street.
An interesting wedding of today will
be that of Mik. Mabel Welch and Prof.
Iiklward C. Beaty, which lakes plaeo In
Mrs. William D. Baiter Is hore from
Columbus, Mont., having conic to at
tend the wedding of her brother, W. 13.
Mra. W. W. Rivers will entertain the
Thursday Afternoon Card club today at
a 1 o'clock luncheon, with bridge follow
Mrs. D. X. S Ira up will entertain at
two bridge teas this afternoon and to
morrow, ft It V
Tho 7-IIslory section of the Ladies' Lit
erary club will meet this morning at
10.15 at tho club house. Tho subject of
American history will bo studied, the
topics In regard to colonization being
presented by Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
Miss Mary Luman and Miss Florcnco
Halloran -will entertain at a tea at her
home next Sunday afternoon for Miss
The members of Lynde chapter. O. 12.
S., will entertain at a social tonight at
the Ladles' Literary club.
Tho regular monthly mcetlnc of tho
Hospital Aid society will bo held next
Wednesday at tho V. "W. C. A., when the
amount cleared by the Charity ball will
Mrs. Karl Spinner will entertain a few
friends today at a luncheon, followed by
bridge, at her home on Second avo
nue. f 0 4
Mrs. Addison Cain left for Dubuque,
la., yesterday in response to a tele
gram ataltng that hor mother was seri
The Ladles' Aid society of tho Uift
Methodist church met In the church par
lors Tuesday morning for a social and
business meeting. At noon a delightful
luncheon was served. After tho lunch
the ladles prepared tho mince meat
which they are In the custom of making
every year Just before Thanksgiving
Tho J. C. club ulll meet, thin afternoon
at the home of Miss Lueilc Tlmms.
Delegates from Utah to the fourth In
ternational Congress on School Hygiene,
to be held at Buffalo, X. T.. August 23
to 30 next year, were appointed by Gov
ernor Spry yesterday morning. The del
egates aro A'. C NTelson. stale superin
tendent of public Instruction; T. B. Beat
ty, secretary oi the sto.te board of health,
and 15. W. Watkins, stale school archi
tect. The congress will consider prob
lems pertaining to the relatione of sani
tation and health to tho public schools.
Salt Lake Statistics
Charlps V. Moylc, HIT Lake street,
ISdwm C Davis, 035 Hollywood avenue,
Walter S. I Mckcnloopcr, 110 South Sec
ond Wost flreet, boy.
James Williams. I.lti Xorth ISIghlh West
November JS. 101'-', George Albert Clark,
211 J'iast Klflh South street, 3'J years,
Real Estato Transfers.
McCartney Investment company to
LllHc I. Olson, part of lot 1. block
.'!S. plat II ..-5 0,300
Luella W. Klmbull ct ul. to Equita
ble Homo Building company, lot
12. block 7. ICnicrsop Heights Ion
Richard J. ICvans and wife to Jes
hi A. Sawyer, lots 7 and S, block
2, T2vans addition t
W. .1. Cuddell and wife to Elijah
A. Gamble, part, of block 1. plat
Vera W. Kaefor to C W. Rob
ertson, lots -1 nnd 22, Burton
place. Second addition 500
Kimball & Richards company to
John Tavlor. lota ISS1, tS62. l.'8:t
and JSS-I. Highland Park addition 060
Mablo D. L. J. Paul to Ashton
Jonkin:) company, lols IS, 1!" and
20 block 1, Do Lung'B Second
Kimball & Richards company to
Utah Savings & Trust company,
lot SS. Jackson suuaro 00
Kimball &. Richards company to
George IC. Swonson. lots 1000 and
1100 'Highland Park, plat A...... -ISO
Blanca J. Johnston to Llljah
Thompson et a!., part of lot 11.
block 1. five-acre plat A ...... '0
Liberty Investment company to 1-.
A. Jackson, purl of lot ... block
IS, plat A 10
Tlaibld S. Paynes and wife io
ZIoii'H-S. H. Trust Co.. part
o lot, X block 10. plat. D. . . ... . . 2,000
lohn J. Olpon and wiro to the Mc
Cartney Investment company,
part of" lot I. block 120. pint A.. 2,200
Ten cars choice Utah and Idaho po
tatoo5 ut rizht price. Vogelrr a beed
;- . imported Bmmwm
San Francisco vm
PETITION TO BUY
Mayor Park and othor members of the
city commission and nearly all heads of
city departments yesterday attached
their names to a potlllon memorializing
the national congress for an appropria
tion tn purchaso Monliccllo, the home of
Thomas Jefferson, aud to preserve It ns
a national shrino to the great stales
man. The petition Is being circulated
throughout the country by tho Jefferson
Monliccllo Memorial Association of
America. Tt was received by Mayor Park
yesterday morning, along with a letter
from the secretary of tho association,
selling forth the rcasouo for and the
object of the movement.
Will Build Sidewalks.
Ordinances levying special assessments
for sidewalk extensions 20. 21, 26, 27. '10
and 11. all In the west and northwest
part of the city, were passed by the
city commission yesterday. G. A. He
man was awarded the contract for side
walk extension lf3. tho south sldo of
Second South between Second and Third
Fast streets. Tils bid of S322 SI Is St IS 71
less than tho city engineer's cstlmato
on tho work.
Byliowor Makes Address.
How to Imbue Ihclr pnplla with a love
for gardening and planting ivaa tho bur
den of an Interesting address delivered
before the nubile schools principals yes
terday by Nicholas Byhowcr. superin
tendent of city parks. Mr. Byhowcr
talked instructively of horticulture, land
scapc gardening and kindred subjects.
ftjfo" of Beauty ls a jy Forever.
DR. T. Felix Gouroud's Oriental
Croam or Magical Booutlflor.
3E Jr.: ef55Vv llemoTei Tan, Plraplei.
Zs-S'Z iS Sffck Freckles, Molh latches,
U3- nbi nnn 8kin Dltt.iM,
3 a o al cverj blemish
vjS? fafSfZ-. fjx 00 beauty. nl tie
S ? Stt? fipQl flci detection. It
Sl3 UV -Jr tKJy has stood the tet
1 3 3 i?A & f 65 yo.w, and
. " S J cr lc to uarmleu -re
H j; i'S A ' l Uitclitobeturelt
p " Ift I Is properly made.
r T-J Jf Accept no counter-
A?t Sj ySy felt of !mUr
-X5J)K----eji'V' name. Dr L. A.
yy5F SaCv''i ( Sarra laid to
VVCC5!r-y AS I 1 lady of the b.vit
fr vw ySh I 1d (ft patient):
i y I ho T ?, "A you ldles
L I B v. use 'b'ra.
a -is v I recommend
'Gourniicl's Crer.m' a; tbi left bsKaTal of all the
elcln preparattoor. " For sale by all drugclts and Fancy
Goods Dealers In tha TJolted Stales, Ctnada and Eutopj.
FERD.T.HOPKIKS k SDR, Props 37 GrLJones St.,H.R
FINGERS SO PAINFUL
COULD IT SLEEP
Troubled Three Years, Inflamed
and Burned, Nails WoulcJ Come
Off, Used Cuiicura Soap and Oint
ment. Fingers Perfectly Cured,
B. F. D. No. 2. Box 253. Seattle. TVeah.
"Tbe three middle flnuera right at the end
of my nails troubled mo for three years. Thoy
.w would goc so Inflamed, burn
.Jfettk and b so painful T could
ltd? Jji DoC sJoop. It seemed ovory
time I bad my bonds In
T s J soapy water thoy would gcb
) wone. They -rrould bo so
J very sore, then tho nails
'avlnv' vroluc como off, and no
fOTSaiyM moro would a new one grow
'I'll I''' on when thoy would begin
to get !orn acain. Tbo nail camo off my
third finger four times. T tried everything
with no results until one day I read of a lady
who seemed to havo had a similar trouble
cured by Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. I
decided to try them and pent for a sample
I bought a 50c. box of Cutlcura Ointment
and tomo Cuiicura Soap and now I arn
lhanlrfid my fingers aro perfectly cured and
my nulla perfectly smooth. Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment cured nic." (Signed) Mrs.
Klcko Ulnton, Apr. 24. 1912.
If you wish a skin clear of pimples, black
heads and other annoying eruptions, hands
ftpft and white, hair live and glossy, and
scalp froo from dandruff and Itching, begin
to-day the regular ush of Cutlcura Soap for
the toilet, bath and shampoo, assisted by
an occasional light application of Cutlcura
Ointment. Eold by rirugglKta and dealers
everywhere. Llboral sample of each uiftllod
free, with 33-p. Skin Book. Address pout
card "Cutlcura. Dept. T, Boston."
ea-Tendor-facd men nuould use CuMcura
Soap Shaving Stick, 2oc. Sample free.
JM ill! Best real
"WALNMTA HAIR STAIN" 1
2E9H9Es5S. Itiatoi-oi Cirjy, Streaked or
Jv!OTKVjl Illcached Hair or Moustacho
yACn Vfcla1 Inetantaneously. Qlvcsanyshado
WiViJAtf' from LlphJ Brown to Qlotk,
?AP0Trdi Oooa not wmh or rub oir. Coo
Wr Util tains no poison nnd linot ctlcky
nor Kitnty. Sold njr all dmsUit,
or wn will cnd you o Trial film (or Oo., postpaid,
lares tire (elsht tinte s c much) 60c. If your dixssltt
don't sell It tend direct to ui. Send tho j-olfou-wrappcr
from two bottler purchased from a drusslst
snd wo xvlll gtyo you a luil-iUo holtle lor nothlnc.
WAtHUTTA OO 2200 Clark Aw SU Loult, Hg.
Sold by .Si.hranim-.John3on. ilruyH, - lure '
TQDAY Twenty-Four 5 Cent Soda Checks for 95c I 1;
I TODAY ANOTHER 5VSOST EXCEPTIONAL I
Sale of UNTStViSVaED SHAPES I
Values UD IV V?ionr,s' zverz, Veivcta and Hatters' Flush In tho small, H
F also tho largo stunning chapes now In Highest favor In all Valnpc n
fr fZCi street and ovening shades; 150chapo? v cimct up
W 'fO.JV ,,fy-s-A! all told; all go tomorrow at tlio ouc H
y - to $8.50 H
I Today's od into beautiful and excluaivo crcaUons oy "the addition of I '
Special Price r hatfforaitort5mlnff matorials An inospenaivo way to a .,,
Today Great Pre-Holiday Sale of 5000 yards Newest 1 I
RSBBQiS, Values to. $1, at qTiF 1 i
m Buy Liberally for the Christmas Fancy Work, " WT I ! ::
P Here are tlie wanted ribbons for every manner of Holiday work foeau- MfH Bt? H '
tiful quality all silk ribbons in every imaginable coloring and new com- yarcJ I
bmalion, floral, striped, Dresden, Porsian eff.ects and plain colors a most extensive, most H
pleasing variety. "Widths up to 8 inches, 5000 yards worth-regularly up to .$1.00 go today i '
at 25c yard. , . c. B I !i
Main Floor. H t ;
6 HEAT PRE-HQL1DAY SALE OF r) 1 P
Suit Cases and Bags ft
For that Holiday trip home or for Christmas giving you'll need n nev bag or suit IS 8 IJilriW B '
cise Possession Is mado easy With values uuch as these. iflllvRl llfi5sil B (
$78 Leaibr Bags $J0 Ml Oases 5& I 1 :
Ira ireahCoVal lined Havo forced leather conicrs. .B., t I ''
BP nil leather handle Improved brass lock lock nnd clamps Insldo J0 M
n$ and clamps reinforced leather and rlv- and Inside straps Wade to resist b.s-SOT Wy' iQ i
etcd corners and lnaldo fold. Priced every- Pape amashcrs tactics Best ?a.T0 lmmjrJB ? Q fM
Kffl ivhcro nt 57.150 and more Buy In thlR salo values Today at 32.03. IsSlHK vU k i
Bw todav at S-1.05. Sale on Main Floor. Sale on Main Floor.
H MEN'S AND LADIES' SHOES SHIN ED, 5o Shoe Department, Main moor. M 1$
BHiHK aHBBfflHSBai il BSHH
l Carving Sets
II Yes, we have the swellest line of 3
carvers in the city, 35 different kinds I
and styles, and every one a beauty. J
Nice table cutlery is half of that I
' turkey dinner. I
Be sure you see our new sets be- I
fore you purchase. : v
I Tfie aff Laftc
! so. Hardware Co;
I Peonies I
I Should be planted in the 1
I .H" you wish flowers for
I NEXT DECORATION
j . DAY.
I Fresh, thrifty' roots at in- I
I vitiug prices, 1
I PHONE 1071 and 1072. 1
Z7A SO. STATE. ST. 1
SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN I
I AND FLORI5T5
PSsoi6 CL BANS 1
IDrs. Zimmerman & Gindrup I
DENTISTS, Inc., 234 Main St.
Over Loyaon'a, next to Royal Cafe. I
Satisfied Patlenta "Our Motto"
Gold Crowns. -K w jr 1
Bridge Work, bostm B
Porcelain Crowns. r
Set of Teeth (best) 57.00
O old Fillings ..$1.50 up
Other Fllllnss 25c, 75 o and 91 1
12 Years' Personal Protective I
Free Examination and Advlco. I
flEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.' -
Mrs. Wijtstow'5 Soonitc Svrcp ha been
used for ofcr SIXTY YEARS by M1X.UONS of
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE
TEETHING, wltli TERKECT SUCCES3. 1
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS,
ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES "WIND COLIC, ond
is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. It is ab
solutely harmless. Re sure and as): lor "Mr
Wlnsloir'3 Soothlnr; Svrup." nnd take no othef
tliid. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Tribune Want Ads Pull
DELINQUENT NOTICE. jd
Tar Baby Mining Company, prlnrl-
pal place of business 32 Atlas block, M,
SaJt Luko City, Utah. Notice There- are 3J
delinquent upon tho following described Rag
stock on account of assessment No. '2, ftU
levied on tho 2nd dny of October, 1012, KB
the several amounts bet opposlto the KM
names of tho respective chareholdcrc us HM
Ctf. No. n
No. Name. Shares. Atnt. Dfl
15 Child, TV. IT. 21,250 SS.12 H
237 Brlcksen. "Emll .... COO 1.25 BM
23-1 Fltzgtbbun. Wm. .. 2.000 o.Oo M
251 Groen, C. R 21,152 G0.3S H
202 Green, Zlna W 40.500 101. 2S M
2SS Green. H. Victor... 5.000 12.50 H
290-Grcen, Dorothy E.. u.000 12.50 Hi
i 238 Musser, Jo3. W 2.0v0 6.00 wM
210 Musficr, Jos. "W 1,500 3.7S H
241 Musscr, Jos. W 1,000 2.n0 B
242 Muasor, Jos. "W..... 600 1.3? M
145 Nellson. M. C 1.000 2.50 MB
16 CBal.) Porter. S. S.. 6.0C0 17.25 Bffl
244 Pullman, John 1.000 2.50 h
64 Stocum, R. II 1,000 2.50 Wgt
5?. Stocum. R. H...... 1,000 2.50 Sfll
ns Stocum. R. H 1,000 'J. 60 Kffl
138 Stocum, C. C 1,000 2. SO BB
272 Sears, lyaac 200 .50 B
0 Trimmer. Wr. Tr 2.400 6. OP BR
11 Trimmer. W. 100 ,2H BEJ
260 Tollen, Domenck ... 000 2.25 flJBJ
And In accordanco vlth la.w nnd an fin
order of the board of directors made on KBI
tho 2nd day of October, 1012, so many f
shares of each parcel of stock as may be IlBBj
necessary will bo. sold at the principal MH
offlco of tho company. No. 322 Atlaf fJwn
block. Ealt I-aite City. Utah, on the Snd fiww
day of December. 1012. at 2 o'clock KHu
p. m. to pay tho delinquent assessment. KM
logothor with tho coat of advertising and KJttf
expense of sale. rg
F. F. 1I1NTZS. fOB
having been appropriated by aneak wfflj
thieves. Clark Youns of S05 First ave- Kfm
nuo complained of the loss of tho over- HHJ
coat, while John W. KIrkens of the Im- UH
p (i rial hotel reported the loss of tho suit MJ
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS- M
MENT NO. 1. M
Austin Water Co. Principal place pf
buslncs?. room 26. Continental Bank. HH
Salt Laike City. Utah.
Notico Thero nro delinquent upon tn MB
following described stock, on account of KBt
assessment No. 1. levied AuKust 26. 10ir. MM
tho. soverul amounts est opposltn tlm nm
namca of respective shareholders, us fol- Bjj
No!1' ' Name. Shares. Ami. M
13 Honry L. Estabrooks -wn S 16. on MH
14 Sarah Cox Anthony...-,. 625 100.00 SR
16 Chaii. H. Bannister (tnis- tm
teo) t-Z 100.00 m
And In accordance with lav and an J9Q
order of tho board of dlroctora mado on m&
the 2flth day of Atifirust. 1512. so many rfjl
(shares of each parcel of such stock as ww
may bo necessary will be sold at tho of JWjl
flee of the company at Room 26. Contl- qggL
nental Bank. Salt Lako City, on thn 2nd 3l
day of Dccembor. 1012, at. 2 p. m.. to rav WM
delinquent assejismcnt thereon, togetlic1" IjUB
with cost of advertising and uxponaes ot )Wi
sale. LOUIS D, FAUNSWORTI-I. Vim
Secretary and Treasurer. Austin Water EsH
Co. k3U pffl
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET- EH
Notico Is horob' clven Uiat the annual FwAf
meeting of the stockholders of tho Godlva S
Mining, company will bo held at the office E . ;
of the company, room 723 Kearns build- ski
ing. Main street. Salt Lako City, Utah. tfif
on Monday tho 2nd day of Decpraber. 7M.
1012. at 2:15 o'clock, p. m.. for Uio olectlon Mhf,
of directors and officers for tho ensulnc Bfli '
year, nnd for the transaction of euch raiHj j
other bunlnese as may be brought before ZKJ:
tho meeting. Suiivn
JAMES 13. BERKliE'i. Secretary. SS
Dated Nov. 12, 1012. 10733 fflffl
ItT?IBTJN13 WANT ABS PULL f;fiH