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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912. H
pLquidation Appears in
BStreet and the Mar-
wj Is Demoralized.
M PRICES,- LOWEST
Severe in All Depart
Jv Standard Issues as
Hwell as Specialties.
BttOMAS C. SIIOTWELL-.'
'JKUIonnl News service.
JtKoRK. Lei 0. Actunl liqulda
ntBi its appearance In Wall Hlreet
VK the market wns demoralized
KjHe session. AL Uu: opcnlmr tliu
Hanee of Saturday's bunk slate
j H prices firm and a few lsauos
QtffiKr than on Saturday. Spoclul
pd weak at t lie end of tho first
lBprotind midday the whole mar
jfeji -still aualtin derisions from
VffSKne court. When It was an
SBiflt o decisions of importance
3tCw rendered, a aullln movement
HlvCM.- increased In volume up to the
TLMr of tlu .session. Final priced
4Bio5t cases the lowest of tho duy
Hft'ivcr' several In all depurt
BThe so-called standard stocks
pro ah easily as t ho specialties.
tyffi jKcemed entirely lacking.
Mnion Pacific and Can attracted
jy potion. The extremo declines in
f(dMt roll and 43. respectively. Steel
'ncaiia" of a persistent report
iCkM'it against it would he dismissed
"tglKiitcri Stains and the company
.(jPacific's Weakness. j
I iHac-i (iH weakness was due to
yjBt; Sout.iern Pacific would mako
N-rlritt pay a fumy prico for Cen
JJ Be,, Central Pacific bcinc abeo
5Ajjilme5pa ry for tho Union Pacific.
ied because Daniel G. Hold, its
rfi Started for TexaB on a three
WfMtr of the J lock Island lines. iUi
Jwnald that a pool in Can had
7?Blvcd. There was no evidence
SgCtiuylnR in any of these stocks,
tfytJ&hc insiders in all of them say
'""Btridlculously cheap at current
'cause of weakness was the rc
me Copper Producers' association
onth of November. This shows
Biiclion for the month was less
TWi3 pounds than in October. It
CgJK that domestic dcllvories were
pB 14,7.1-1,939 pounds. The result i
pYatlons was an increase In the
MW- metal on hund of 0,119.005
lppvhc street argued that this de-
i-,nestlc deliveries mp.int u let
nmenfh report on winter
hocked the street, but chieflv
street did not stop lo fls
t it really meant. Tho acre
pluuted In winter wheat Is
than lnst year. Tho condl
?r, la 93.2 per cent against
it a year ago. -This extra
the fame as though there
2 acres more of winter wheat
in last oar, which is a very
report. The government gin
howed 1 1,8 11,-132 bales ginned
ber I out of tills year's crop,
cotton broke a dollar a hale
rokc in Chicago,
om Pittsburg helped unsel
t. for the Industrial Workers
.fresh from their triumphant
NTcw England, are in Pitts
to start a general strike of
s. The arguments used by
leaders arc fatally correct,
e a Fhortago of labor Is the
handicap of prosperity In .
i now. a strike would do I
nge now than at anv other
mills of the United States
itlons arc not unionized and
ring them into ihe union
national disaster Just at this
L Is in such humor that It le
nd Increases as much as It.
ic of dividends. The break
ed immediately nftor the div
eferrod was Increased from
sent and the break in Union
Dd following the passing of
. It was perfectly logical,
. It was perfectly logical,
points because, from paving
aA,V, 11 vns I,,ate a 5" per
Distillers broke to the low
,mni'v yara. which is a sure
iat Us dividend Is going lo
noreased or decreased very
e,.breacra or li Points In
..h. ns .aU strcit's answer
inccmuiit that the company Is
i no- greatest business in' Its
''w'2I,?t u'enk. with de
ne active issues running from
,f,,loil, Pur value.
ited btates bonds unchanged
XBv York Bonds.
..1001 Japan -Us mi
n lOOtK C So rf 5s'" :iS
LvcJ 5" p-wisjii Wt', s::;: IS
'K' ?J) Do cv is,., OU
WX lrSr.r,t s. L'n Pac l ncu
JtL4 2. "o cv -Is of
- Pew York Money.
ORIC. Dec. 0. Mony r, coJi
Per cent; ruling rate. 0
hgVi offered at ".
ftns steady; sixty and ninety
six months, D3SiC. ",ei
-IPh nfc.,x.1i:l,it,I? W Per cent.
TiAlB, icha,"?Cl. -"ly. with actual
fe"?tJminSnkcrs, ilt "so.no for
WEiaX hills, 54 SO.
ft IB"1 "0nda' SleaiI': rnllroafi
.faditlon of Treasury.
SKlS "Saturday "; ? J JJ J?2
MLrl t2 iyoxi ("RMS- or stii o
'V.Br'i. C Afjvertiiemflnl).
'i CHANGE IN THE
Lake and Electrolytic Selling
at S I 7.62 1-2 to $17,871-2
on New York Market.
? Copper (electro- J17.62JTfiJ7.Sc
-r T.,cnd. Now York $.2o1.40
i' Iar silver Gio !-
I Silver In IOndon 23 ll-16d -I-
XISW YORK, Dea 0, Copper, quiet;
standard spot and Doccmbcr. 16.S7J hid;
Januarv and February. li;.S7Jff?17.12i;
nlectrolytlc. 17R17J; lake, J7R175;
Tin. milel; spot. December. January.
I9.3n(fi 10.cn, Kebruarv. l9.S0fi?-10.G0.
Lead, stonily, -i.sr.ftM.-lO.
Spoiler, quiet. 7.2057.-iU.
Antimony, steady; rooksons. 10.50.
Iron quiet: No. 1 northern. 17.7Sft
10.25; No. 2 northern. 18.25lS.7r;: No. I
southern, lR.75ffj)10.2n; No. 1 southern
Coppn.r arrivals, 43n tons. Exports this
month, 7S&G tons. Ivondon corner, firm.
Spot, i!7o, 17s, fid: futures, .C. l."s.
London tin Firm: spot. JC22G. 10s: fu
tures, 225, lfis. Gd.
London lead. ls, ins. ,1d.
loudon spelter. 20. 10s.
Iron. Cleveland warrants. G7s. lid In
Closing Stock List.
I Sales. 1 H. L. jClso
Amalg Cop G0.200 S01) 7f3! 763
Am Ag 100 fif.j' Hoi .'fij
Am lenl Sugar .... G.S00 r.r5i ."0 I 50
Amcr Can "2.000 111 J 27i' 274
do pfd 2,700)1174 11" H5i
Am Car & F 1,000 n."l 513 515
Am Col Oil 1,100 r,r,t 511 B42
Am Ice Sec 500 IS IS IS
Am Linseed 100 JJJ llh l
Am Loco 500 -1 lil -SIS
Am S Kef 15,700 723 G0A GO?
do pfd I 100 104 1 10 1 Hi I
Am Sugar Rcf I O0OU174H 15J 1 154
Am T i T l.nnoMafUll.tSJ IMSi
Am Tob l.nOOliOn 2505 2504
Alia Mill Co I 2,4001 41 I ::0J HO
Alchlson ! S.0OOIIOG II04Jlt)44
do pfd 200 1015l101;HliU
y.tlan Coast Line 700 1HS 13G3ll"G2
Unit it Ohio J.7I10 105 103l'in.H
Deth Steel 1.400 o0i 3 II IMS
Brook Kap Tr 12,..00 S03 S7i S7S
Canad Pao 5.H00 2G:iC 261 2G1
Cent Leather .V00 28 252 201
Chos & Ohio 3,500 70 77 77
Chi Great West ... 500 17i 1GJ Hi 3
Chi Mil fc St P 10.300 113ii 110ft 1101
Ch! & K VT 1,100 13Gi 1314 lS-l-i
Colo Fuel & Iron .. 1,100 32 30il 30!
Con Gas 1,000 140 13R 137
Corn Prod 11.000 15 132 "2
Deln. & Ilnd 1G3
D Si R G 100 202 20R 201
do pfd 100 IISJI 3S4 374
Dial Soc I S.200I 21ll 20S 202
do 1st pfd 1.500 4031 481 481
do 2nd prd 400 40 I 40 30i
Gen T21ec 2.300 181 ISli lSli
Great Nor pfd 6,000 135 !l312 1313
Great Nor Ore Ctfs 2,500 421 401 40J
Til Cent 1.500 12GS 125J 125
Inter Mot 7.100 181 17 J 17
do pfd 7.000 63i GOiJ G02
Tnlcr Harvest 1,000 1131 HOllllO
Int Mar pfd 200 1SS 1Hh 18
Tnlcr Pnpcr 1.100 112 11 11
Tnter Pump 100 191 10i! 20
K C So 200 27J 2G2; 2GS
Lacledo Gas ! 11031
Lehigh Val 10.G00 1733 IGOl'lOOJ
Lou t Nash I S00IM3 141 I140J
Min St P S St M.I 1.00011404 130 13S
Mo K it Tex I 500 271 2G5 2GQ
Mo Pac ! 4.700 1 12 401 405
Nat Biscuit t 30011254 125 124
Nat Lead S00I 5S 513 55
Nat. kv of M 2 pfd ! 77J
N Y Cent 2.40011112 100 10S1
N Y Ont & W 400I 32Q 31 I 31
Norf & West 1,300 1123I111C 1113
Nor Amcr 600 Sill S0JI S01
Nor Pac 0,100 l'JHll1 SilllSi
Pac Mail I 1,600 3211 31 30
Penn I 6,700 12Ii!l20lll20
Peoples Gas I 1,300111311110 11105
Pitts C C & St L...I 1001101 104 103
Pitts Coal 200 212i 21 201
Pr Steel Car ' 400 35 3i 31
Pull Pal Car 300 162 1C0 1C9?.
Rcadinpr '175.000 1715 1GGI 1661
P.cd Iron & Steel...! 1,000 251 24 24
do pfd I 1.1001 S7 86 S51
Rock Is! Co I 1,4001 233 22CJ 222
do pfd t 2001 46 I 431' 433
St Lou Sz. P F 2d nfd1 3001 30il 201 20
Sea Air Line 1 600 101 10 1S3
do pfd ' 600i 4S I 4C1 4G&
Sloss S S Si Iron. ...I t. ...!... . 47
Sou Pac I l3.GOOI10SnlOG2 107
Sou Ry ;. 2.1001 2Sil 28 2S
do pfd 500 S01 703 70
Tenn Cop l.SOOl 30'Jl 371 371
Tex & Pac 3001 22Zl 223 221
"Union Pac 100.400il67JllG2allG2
do nfd I I I J Olfi
U S Realty 3001 73 I 72 715
U S Rub I 2.5001 63 I 6021 61
U S Steel 1216.S00I 6821 651! 051
do pfd I 3,900 100 I107M1077-,
Utah Cop I 6.4001 6021 5S3 583
Va Caro Chem 2.5001 44 I 412 42
do pfd 1,9001 1311 13 13
West Mary .... ! 50ll 52il 51 5U
Wesl Union ' 0001 7551 74 73"
Westing Elec 1 7001 70 Jl 77J 77
Wheel & L F. 7
Total sales for the day. 0S0.400 shares.
CHICAGO. Dec. O.Cattle Rucelpts.
22.000. Market, slow, weak. Beeves,
$5.G05? 10.75; Texas slcers, $4,405.7G:
western steors. I5'.105T0.10; stockei-a and
feeders. Si.3uJ?7.75; cows and heifers,
$2.70 1. 50; calves, JG.SO 10.50.
Hogs Receipts. 35.000. Market, slow,
5c to 10c higher. Light, S7.355S7.75;
mixed. 57.40f?'7.SG; heavy. $7.40fi)7.S5;
rough, 57.407,G0: pigs, 55.25((77.25; bulk
of fciiles. $7.607.80.
Sheep Receipts, 40.000. Market,
steady. Native. $3.65(ii4.U5; western,
?3.904.G5; yearlings, $5.006.35; lambs,
native, 4o,75(5i7.75; western, S57t'fj'7.75.
KANSAS CITY. Dec. S. Cattle Re
ceipts!. 1G.O00, Including 1200 southerns.
Market, steady. Native steers. SO 50(Q)
10.70; southern steers, $(.50D7.50; south
ern cows and helfors, $;:.f0($(i.00; native
cows and lielfers. $II.50(y"8.50, stockers
and feeders, 54.757.50: hulls. ?4.25JG.25:
calves, 55.505T0.50: western steers, oMft
S.50; Western cows, .?4.00iJ?6,50.
Hogs Receipts. S000. .rarkot. 5c to
10c higher. Bulk of sales, 57.607.75;
heavy. $7.70'f57,00: packers and butchers,
S7.70ffr7.S5; light, $7.G5gf 7.&': pigs, SG.2aff
Sheep Receipts, 10,000. M;aikot. strong.
Muttons, $4.00j 1.75; lambs, 56.0007.75;
wethers and yearlings. $4.00'f?fi.50- range
SOUTH OiLVlIA, Nob., Dec. 0. Cat
tic Receipts. 5400. Steady to 10c
higher. Native steers. $G.2510,00; cows
fJ'S'jte13 33.75gG.7G; western steers.
?...50(ff8.2o; Texas steers, $L75G.30
cows and helfors, $3.50gG.50; cannera
53.83(5)4.25: stockers and feeders, $I.75tfi)
i-.71' JR-OOO-OO; hulls, stags, etc.,
44. IU(ff C.25.
Hogs Receipts, 7500; 10c hlghr
Heavy, S7.65'77.75; mixed. 57.G0(?i)7 70
light. S7.407.70; pigs. $0.25(7.25; hulk
of sales, S7.60(fi)7.70.
Sheep Receipts, 10,500. Steady to
stronger. Yearlings, 54.S5fif6.J5; wethers
S3.805N.G0; ewes, Vj.504.35; lambs. $6.40
Flax, Oats and Rye.
i MIJNELPOIiIS. Deo. 9. Bran. J13.00
1 Flour First patents. 5 1.05 j) 1.35: second
Patents, es.00ffi4.l6; first clears, ?2.00
1 3.20; second clears, ?2.10fl2.40.
St. Louis Wool.
ST LO CIS, Dec. 0. Wool Stead); me-
1 !liiun,8ffi.di? C0IJ.),,,fr ntJ okilhing. 231h
' 26c; light fine, lOaaic; heavy fine. lMt
ISc; tub-washed. 22)360,
1LDWEST PRICE FOfi 1
Huge Increase in Visible Sup
ply, With Flattering Ar
gentine Crop Prospects.
CHICAGO. Dec. 9. Wheat sold today
at- tho lowest prico this season. A huge
Incroaso in the United States visible sup
ply total hud much to do with weak
ening tho market. Tho government re
port, whlcli also was bearish, came too
late to affoct quotations today. The
close was heavy at a net decline of ?S'ic
Argentine crop reports of a flattering
character gave the market a downward
Impulse from the start 'and weakness in
tho- stock market acted also as a de
pressing influence. However, it was not
until the price touched S0c. which had
started at 001c that the decline could
he checked. 5c under any previous rec
ord for the prcse-nt crop. Latest sales,
at SOfjiSOlc showed a net loss of Hd?MZe.
Enlarged offerings from Iowa and Illi
nois weighed corn down. May ranged be
tween 475c and 18c. closing weak. 2c off.
at 47Z'?7'48c. Cash grades were slow.
Statements that Argentina was under
selling 1 1m (Jul led States counted against
tlio hulls In oats. Outside limits reached
by May were 324GI322c. with the close
not lowr-r at 32$c.
Provisions dropped, not withstanding
that hog receipts wore loss than evpccto.d.
January pork, which led Ihe decline, suf
fered a fall of 25c.
RANGE OF T1IF LISA DING FUTURES
Wheat Open. High. Low. Closo.
Dec 811 841 SSI 3i
May 001 001 SO 801
.luv S7; S7S SGI 8i
Dec 4SJ 482 475 17J
May 4SJ IS1 171 IS
July 401 401 4SZ 1S3
Dec ... ... 313 313 312 31J
May 323 323 322 32E
July 32E 325 32k 323
Cash quotations wore as follows: Flour,
quiet: rye. No. 2. OOifSCoc: barley, feed or
mixing. 43f.l8c: fair to choice malting.
54f?i:or; timothy seed. fS.OOtfJJ.I.OO: olovt.r
seed. $inff)lS; mess pnrk. $t7.7o'MS: lard
(In tierces). $10.77!r,?io.S21 : short ribs
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 615,000 bushels; primary
receipts wero 2,101.000 bushels, compared
with 1,115.000 bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. The visible supply of
wheat In the United States Increased
5.S77.000 bushels for the week. The
amount of breadstuff on ocean passage
decreased 4,152.000 bushels. Estimated
receipts for tomorrow: Wlioat, thirty
four cars; corn, 270 cars; oats, 1S7 cars;
hogs, 23,000 head.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9. Butter easy
Eggs steady; receipts. 191G cases; fresh
current rccciptn, 22(250: refrigerator
firsts, 10r??20c: firsts. 25tfi261c.
Cheese steady; daisies, 171I71c; twins
lG3l7c: voting Americas, 16ilGc- lone
Potatoes steady: recclpls. 110 cars:
Mlchigun, 48(y'50c; .Minnesota, 46rfiMSc
Poultry steady: turkeys, alive, 15c:
dressed. 10c; chickens, alive. 12c: springs,
Veal steady, 9Hc.
jNTow York Produce.
NJDW YORK, Dec. 0 Flour Quiet and
lower to sell.
Wheal Ppot, easy; No. 2 red, $1.06
nominal elevator and $1.07 nominal f. o.
b. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, 043c i.
o. h. afloat. Futures closed 51c net low
er. December closed 001c; May, 05i
OGic, closed 058c.
Hides Easy: Bogota, 2S35?2?Jc.
iRaw sugar Firm: Muscovado. .SO test,
53.55; centrifugal. .06 test. $4.05; mOlas
scs, .S9 test, 53. 30; refined, steady.
NRW YORK, Dec. 9. Apples Inactive:
fancy, 7301c; choice., 0571c; prime, 53
Prunes Steady: Callfornlas up to
C0-40s. 2S93c; Oregons, 5itfi)9lc.
Apricots Firm: choice. lOlGHlc; ex tin
choice. llllc; fancy. 1213c.
Peaches Firm: choice. 6i63c; extra
choice. 63(0)70; fancy, 7J(g)8c.
Raisins Firm; loose muscalols, IJtfrGlc;
cholno to fancy seeded, 5!g)6c; seedless.
5!3"63c; London layers, $1.40f7i.45.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NIDW YORK, Dec. ). Coffeo futures
closed steady, nel 3 io 10 points high
er. Sales. S8.250. December. 13.02c: Jan
uary. 13.1Cc; February, 13.21c; March.
13,45c; April, 13.55c; May. 13.67c: June.
13.73c; July, 13.80c; August. 13.Slc;- Sep
tember, October and November, 13.SSc.
NIDVv ORLEANS. Doc 9. Snot cotton--Steady
and unchanged; middling, J2c.
NJpW YORK, Dec. 0. Cotton closed
bare y steady net 2 points higher to 2
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SALT LAKE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
159 1-2 South Main Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. I
NOTICE TO EXCAVATORS.
i Xotice Is hereby rtven that sealad
bids Tiill bo received by tho undersigned IH
up to 2 p. in. Occembor IS, 1912. tor thn
maturinls nnd labor required in tho nreC' H
tion of the Ulnh SLtto Capitol bulldln?.
n Salt Lake City, Utah, according In
plan?, specifications and drawings, which
arc open for Inspection at tho office of H
I'.irlinrtl KIKtlnfr. architect. 415-420 Felt
building. Salt liko City, Utah, and all
bids and proposals at tho abovt tm rrlil H
. f publicly opened nnd read in tho of- 1
fl-e of the State Capitol Commission.
:il Kelt building. Salt Laka City, Utah
All bide must bo addressed to "Utah 1
Stato Capitol Commission." Salt Lak 1
C Ity, Utah, and marked in th lower B
' left-hand corner "Did for Utah Stat 1
Capitol Building." naming at the nam 1
' time tho kind or kinds of work -which
the bid covers; for example: "Bid for
, f-xcfivatlona." or such bids can be dell
I erel to the Cnpltol Commission at Hit
i said time and place for oponlnc jam. H
Bids must not contain condition.
qualifications, propositions or any othsr 1
tnliiK tluin IhOHo mentioned In plans.
specification-, drawlns?, contracts and
bonds, nnd bidders must use the form
of bids -which -will be found at the. of
! ficc of said architect, and no other form
cf hid will he received
I A certified check or CAshler's rhok 1
i on some bank In Suit Liko City, Utah.
for at least 5 per cent of the amount
' of each bid must be enclosed. Each
j check If to bo made payable to th tin
I dcrslRiicd. and is to bo forfeited to th
: uuder5l-;ne(l in case the bid Is accepted
! and the bidder does not enter Into th jH
; contract within ten days after its ac
I c eptaucr. for the faithful execution of
the contract nnd bond hereinafter men
The proposed form of contract shall
be the "Uniform Contract Revised,
1P07." and the form of bond to be- used
j s hereto appended.
A bond muet be furnished for ono-
I half Ihn nmount of tho bid, with snod jH
: and sufficient sureties, all satisfactory
lo the undersigned.
Tho plans and specifications trill hn
npen for Inspection and use at th
architect's office, in rooms 415-420 Felt jH
building, and at tho office of the Utah
I State Cnpltol Commission, 211 FeU jH
building. Bids must bo submitted "pe.
cubic yard." Estimated amount of ex
j cavatians 25,000 cubic yards. The under
planed shall havo tho right to reject at -
' or all bids and to waive an7 lnfonnn
tics in any proposal.
j Dated at Salt LnXo City. Utah,
"th day of December. 1312.
UTAH" STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT SALE.
Wasatch Trout Company, Murray, Utah.
j There aro dclinrjuent upon the follow-
lnp dcacrlbod stock on account of assess
! mcnt levied on the 24th day of October.
U'12. tho several amounts set opposite the
names of tho respective shareholders, as
Xo. Shri. Amt
George R. Bailey 11 100 ? 6.00
Goorgo Tt. Balloy 13 200 12.00
GeofRO K. Bailey 13 200 12.00
Georso It. Bailey 14 BOO 30.00
David Bagley 155 100 6.00
Martin Chrlstcnsen .....114 500 30.00
Elmo F. Culbcrt 1S7 50 3.00
H. P. Coleman..... 171 COO 36.00
Alvllda M. Dalton 194 200 12. 0D
F. W. Drommerhauaen..l09 300 13.00
Simon Epperson 159 67G 40.50
Bnicc Freeze 196 100 6.00
Sherman Freeze 39 100 fl.On
James Frame 34 30l 18.00
Ir.uac H. Graco 119 250 15.00
Richnrd Ilcuwood and
wife 143 100 6.00
Gcorpo M. .lorgensen-... SS 400 24.00
TV. II. Lyman 67 500 30.00
Daniel McDonald 69 50 3.00
William C. Neff 89 100 6. 00
TV. E. Parker 95 500 30. On
Robert Patrick 94 300 IS. 00
James T. Pyper 157 75 4.50
J. P. Smith 123 200 12.00
ICIiza Smitli ...124 100 6.00
Samuel Stuuffcr .........125 100 6.00
James tV. Saville 120 1000 60.00
J. G. Torrcnce 177 100 6.00
A. Townscnd ISfi 200 12.00
Amelia ToiTy , 210 1500 90.0l
David Wapfitaff 169 200 12.00
Mary' J. Wright... 129 50 3.00
Mrs. A. E. Yowell Ill oOO 50.00
Daniel Webster 135 100 6.00
Provo Valloy Trout Co.. 227 100 6.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 228 100 6.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 229 100 6.00
Provo Valley Trout Co. .230 S0O 48.00
Provo Valley Trout Co. .231 1000 60.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 332 10 .60
Provo Valley Trout Co. .233 6200 372.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 234 10O 6.00
Prov0 Valloy Trout Co.. 235 10O 6,00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 286 600 36.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 287 100 6.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 233 100 6.00 HSV
and In nccordanco -with law and an order jH
of tlie board of directors made on the HHH
24th day of October, 1912, so many shares HHH
. of each parcel of stock as may be nnc- HHH
essary will be sold at the office of th
company, which Ir (it the residence of HH
W. B. Erekson on Vine street, In Mur-
ray, Salt Lake county, Utah, on the 21st
day of Decembor, 1912, at the hour of 1
o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent assess- BBH
ments thereon, together with the cost of
advertising: and expenses of the sale.
W. B. EREKSON.
Secretary and treasurer Wavatoh Trout
company, whoso ofilco Is at his residence
on Vine .m tree I. Murray, Utah. m81F.
' DELINQUENT NOTICE.
Tar Baby Mining Company, prinel- HBI
al place of business 332 Atlafl block.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Notice 'fbere ar
dcllnaut upon tho following described
stock on account of assessment 2Co. 2,
levied on the 2nd day of October, 1312, !
the several amounts sot opposite tho
names of the respective shareholders i
No. Name. SnareA. Ant.
15 Child, TV. IT 21,250 E3.1Z
237 Erlcksen, Em II .... 500 1.25
234 FItzplbbun. Wm. . , 2.00O 6.00
291 Green. C. K 24,152 60.23
292 Green, Zlna W 40,500 101.25
288 Green. H. Victor... 5.000 12.50
2so Greon, Dorathy E,. 5,000 12.50
146 Nollson. M. C 1.000 3.50 !
I ic (Bal.) Porter, S. S.. 6,900 17.25
244 Pullman, John 1,000 2.50 J
1 54 Stocum. R. H L00O 2. 10
- 65 Stocum, R. H 3.000 3.5A HBH
50 Stocum, R. H 1,000 2.50 J
1 133 Stocum. C. C 1,000 2.50 l
I 272 Sears, Isnao 2,000 K.On I
'260 Tollen, Domenck. ... 000 2.25
' And In accordance with law and mn M
order of tho board of directors made on jH
tho 2nd day of October, 1912, bo many
shares of each parcel of stock &a zn&y b H
necessary will bn sold at the principal
offlco of tho company. No. 32S Atlas jH
block. Salt Lake City. UtaJi. on the 3nd jM
, dav of December. 1012, at 2 o clock m
i p. "m. to pay the dellnquont assessment. H
I toRether with the coBt of adverthslnT and jH
xpciiso of sale. aaH
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! ASSESSMENT NO. 3.
1 rider Nevada Copper companr.
i clpal place of business. Salt Late City. B
Utah. Location of mines. Lander county. H
I Kovnda. . . &aaH
Notice la hereby given that at a pw- M
' Ins of the board of directors of tli jH
I Ulder Nevada Copper company, neld on H
I the 16th dav of November. 1913. awes- H
I ment No. 3 of one-half (I) cent par m
1 chare won levied upon the capital stock. H
' of the corporation, issued and outstann- H
injr. payable immedlaterr to the secre- H
i tarr at his office, care of McCornlek, A:
Co.'s bank, corner First South and Main H
' street. Salt Uiko qty. Utah.
Any stock upon which this aaseasmnt ff-H
may remain unpaid on Friday, tho SOth H
ilny of December, 1912, irlll be dsUnnuant
und advertised for sale at public auetlon,
' and unless payment is made befor, will
I bo sold on Saturday, th 11th 47, bbbLbbbI
Jnnunr 19". o'elook nt.it the HH
sroreiory'w office, to pay the deJlnqaant
nMcsment thereon, tojrethor with the H
oostn of ndvertlslnr and expanae of aaJ- HH
.TNO. J. MORRIS, Secretary. tH
Flrat pubiloatlon Kovamb&r 23. 1912. H
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