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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1 1, 1Q12. H
Sws on Record, but
000 TO AUSTRIA
L (jjbiven "With Distinct
Vornding' There Should
iPeace in Europe.
omas C. Shotwell.
OVEVkMtlonal Xowr Service,
f AiRK Dec. 10. Tlio slock mar
spmo rallying power today
j'iBlBt liad mode more new low
Ihi'Jche low prices camo la the
J&i imo of trading for that hour
li; Sftvlest of the year and more
as done beforo noon than In
""" ii'ours of the aternoon. More
TlTCj c traded In than for a lone
Oii total number of shares traded
l ibove a million, not counting
m t hundred thousand shares of
. wns develop every day for the
Oadft if the market. It was said to-J
Ma. j no Union Pnclllc decision was!
rdja ;thnt niude the Morgan party
fo stocks. Those bankers luul
7"" t. railroad would certainly win
m5fc shocked nt the decision. They
"i Ui iVfact that the court conelders
or, ft dB GOO miles apart compcti-
.yi., that the .steel corporation will
n. It. This may bo the basis for
WT it tile old pltin of reorganizing
corporation without suit will
AiSS ale Case.
, rythlng marketwlse hinges on
" iwta rate decision. If against
tie, the business Interests will
re and prepare for the worst,
nstructlve, as the past record
kAArcmc court leads Wall street
WS5bIt'Ill be, there will be a quick
Ifu In business and a. lllgliL
nent that unfilled orders on
jf the sloel corporation In
,022 tons durinsr November
,ern but little In the last!
lUddtnlv ran up a point antlj
Ints above the low figure of
i point todav Steel showed a
e than slxtoen points from
ce of a few weeks ago. This I
e in a sterling dividend payer,
far more alarm than the de
iculallvo issues. Can, for lu
:h everybody understood was
leculatlvc and could not pos
llvidcnd for llir years, has
four points more than Sled,
luck hrolto seven points fol
mnounco.inenl that the extra
mined to Investors would not
:his time. Searu-Roebuck at
it of today showed a decline
ity-four points from the high
month ago. As a 7 per cent
; at 200. it looms up like a
n V'nll street, ft had not
ulated. but went there for
auylng bused on tho reiuark
s and lh; promises of larger
Jlseult. as a 7 per cent slock,
to repeat that Ihe mitrkol
tr with bargains. The pres
ndreds of strange faces in
is one of tho beat proofs (hat
even if -" many stocks were
on o ti per cent basis and
5 per cent basis.
0,000 loan arranged for Aus
de on the distinct agreement
would be no further war In
e currency laws of tho United
largely to blame for the in
e market to recover from lis
iff said a few year ago that
it currency and banking laws
xl States would cause a busl
t a time of the greatest pros
uso, from a financial stand
laws are most dangerous In
;New York Bonds.
ailt 6 is reg. 1002 Japan 4 is 01
. Bn 1005 K C S ref. of 07!
t )B.....102iL S deb 4s(19Bl)92i
ou ...103 h & N Un. 4s. .0U2
-- Teg.... 1 132 M lv R. T 1st is. 94b
ion ...1132 do gen -lis. ...Soft
r.'epn.. 1013 Mis. Pac. 4s 20b
piers 1st do conv. 6s SC
flfd.... CO Nit of Mex-iJeofSSa
j r....-.101iN Y i: gen'Jis..S5ib
tTel cv do deb Is Oub
Lmi 7,' 10SC NY NIT & HcvaAs
Hi 6s.. ..1103 ofd 01
1ST Co lis.Oli N&W 1st con-la. 97
ten. -is.SCi do. cv -Is nig
m (19G0)102J X. P. -Is ;i$b
'r CV. 5n. ..105 do, 3s GS
: U ,?SHs.9oiO S L rfdg -If. '..ail
-r 07iP;t cv 3is (1015)0GS
. f, i 005 do con -is... 1019b
, ,t Lcv,-s5SirRcud,nS gen s.0Gl
ah fl0- 0S-'12S?&lV & SF fS s.7oi
w " ther oa.OP.G do gen os 823
L jJ....92jSL SW con43 . S2J
JP Ule ...024s A L adJSs 76b
w! ! ofd.f.5 S P col. 1k... o'l
art tsOSS lly lOoi
W iflTl c(B,(jJ2 do gen Is... .772
;B... ..SCSI- l -iS .DS3
t.ox4ls0.1ib do cv 4s or
.1.8...... 07 do lst&ntf 4a.nf,
IT!- 5B.82ibU S Rubber 6s. .103
7 Kr v?-8, H s,StccI 2d5s.iooi
f V Mr 7-,ij "Ard, Is $.15
"lr 'B:'J, "t'-lisc Kl cv5s025
wS' l8lvls Cori s 01
ti R0hlcaBo Produce
' mP'asgiMr, 10-B,,tlar caay;
rect,'P". about S100 caees;
cnt ro"MptH. oases included, 30
OS WRjratpr firsts. 13c; firsts. -JGC.
i M,V' y,," AniorlcaH, lGitfi
ttj ,Ml,''a! : revrlpla, no cars; Wi-
mgm-ciilAi'. turkeys, alive, ic:
nUBfccfv. 01 in
.'WlB Oats and Bye.
., 9iK0V.Il;s. Def' 10, Bran, in 100-,-Bln,L7Jl!i,rn(B
& iffP Yl)oratc(t Fruits,
i tyPRK. rj(c, 10 Uvaporatcd np
U P?MV ,Prnc. tlrm. AprlcOtrt.
i$Wl cache8, '"''Ctivc. nals-
'A$'lyW-t(i "tur.v is dislinotive.
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LOIOi COPPER BULL;
EW YDRKjS STEADY
Price of Silver Remains Un
changed on Both Sides of
v Copper (electro) $17.6217.57 .
J J.cad, .Vow York , ?4.2JSfD 1.40
! Bar sliver ijlio :
Silver in London 29 ll-16d T
"SEW YORK, Dec. 10. Copper, steady.
Standard spot. 5JG.S7 bid: December.
Ilj.Si4i;li.:;7: Januaiy and February,
S1G.86H7.:J5; clectrolyilc, 517.G217.S7;
lake. ?17.G2(rpi7.S7; castings, S17.2517.P,7.
Tln. easy. Spot to February, $S0.0r
Lead, easy: $4.24.40.
Spelter, easy; 57.20(7.-10.
Antimony, quiet. Cookson's, $10,50.
Iron quiet and unchanged.
Copper exports thi6 month, S07G tons.
London copper, dull; spot, 75 10s; fu
tures, .C7G 10s.
London tin, dull; spot. 22."i; futures.
London lead, 18 Is :id.
London spelter, 20 10s.
Iron Cleveland warrants, 07a 7Jd in
Closing Stock List.
Sales-I II. L. C'lHo
Amalg Copper I 12,300 772 75i 701
Amer Agriculturar 100 64i 5ii fifi
Amer Beet Sugar... 5,000 50 1S2 40J
American Can 21,500 28 26 2GJ
preferred y.000 1111 113 113J
Amer Car & F 3,000 5 id 522 54
Amer Cotton Oil... 2,200 5GQ 54B 5G
Amer Ice Sccur 5,000 18 IS IS
American Linseed 1,500 115 105 31
Amer Locomoilvo 1,200 12 A 41
Amer Sin & Itef 1U.500 701 CSS O'Ji
proferred 300101 104 10l
Amer Sugar lief....! S.SOOllKi 1143 1153
Amer Tel &. Tel j 2,000 138i 138 138
Amer Tobacco j 5.C00 2G7 257S 2Gi5
Anaconda Mln Co... S.400 308 3Si 3S5
Atchison 7,400 1055 10 Ig 103i
preferred 300 1021' 102 1015
Atl Coast Line 000 133 13G1 137
Baltimore .i Ohio. . .1 3,00010 li 102a 1032
Bethlehem Steel ....I 4.200! 3GJ 338 35 J
Urooklyn It T 7.300 SS 8G S7
Canadian IJacilc ...I 5,000 202" 20U!2CliJ
Central Leather i 2.000J 27S 27
Chesapeake & Ohio. I 0,7001 7SS 7G3 771
Chi Gt Western I 1,000 1CJ lfia IGi
Chi lUll .1- St Paul... 1.700-llli 1001101
Chi & Northwestern.! 2.100 13G 1345 1355
Colo Fuel & Iron....! 1,300 32 203 31 J
Consolidated Oas ... 4.000 138 13G3il37!i
Corn Products f 3,200 14 1 13) 13J
Del & Hudson ' 300 lG3gilG2J 1G3
Denver & Rio C : 200' 20 20 20
preferred 1 lOOl 373! 37J 378
Distillers' Seciir .... 2,700 205 20 201
Erie 15,700 31 J 31 315
1st preferred 1,700 49 18 J 4S5
2nd preferred 393
General Electric .... 1,400 1S21 182 1S2
Gt Northern pfd 14.700 134 131M331
Gt Nor Ore Ctfs....' 2.GO0' 41jl 40 41
Illinois Central i 100 125 125 1123
Inlorhorough Met .. r.,300 17 102 17i
preferred 7,400 ill 59 J C0J
Inter Harvester j i.OOolllOi 109i 110
Inter larine prd...f I....I.. . 1S
lnternatl Paper ! flOOl 1JJ 114 'U
Internatl Pump ; 400 13 I 17 18
Kan City Southern.., 700 27 ) 26ll 202
Laclede Gas ! 300 103103!l03
Lehigh Valley I 2G.S0O IG03 1C7 1G9
LouiBvlIlo Nash... I 1,200 142 140l'l42
M St P & S Ste AL . . ! 1,400 140 1331,140
ro ICan & Texas I 1,000 2GJ 253 2GJ
Missouri Pacltlc .... 7,100 4 HI 39iJ 40J
National Biscuit I 4,400 12U 114 110
National Lead 1.000 55 513 55
N 11 of M 2nd pfd...l 200 27j 27l 275
New York Central.. G.G00 110 10SM1092
N Y Ont & -West....! 200 31? 3lfc 31fl
Norfolk & Western.. 4.700 112. 11 1J 1111
North Ajncrican .... 500 81i 801 Sll
Northern Pacillc 1G.200 119i 118 119A
Pacilic Mall L400 393 30 30a
Pennsylvania. 7,400 1203 120 120
Peoplo's Gas 2.200 111 IOOJ'1101
P C C & St Louis ....I 100
Pittsburg Coal 500 21 21 21
Pressed Steel Car... 1.000 35 33rj! 313
Pullman Pal Car ' 300 1G0 1593 159
Reading IIOI.SOO lfi7ii 105 1GG2
Republic Iron Si S.. 1.700 24? 231 24
preferred 2.400 8G S5 852
Rock Island Co 1 3,500 28! 22J 23?
preferred j 1,900 44$ 43 44
St I ,t S F 2nd pfd.l I. ...I.... 29i
Seaboard Air Line.. I 400 10Z 19 10
preferred i 300 4iVJ 4G1 4G1
SIokb Shef S & I I 400 45 43 45
Soutlieni Pacific .... 12.400 10S1 10GI 108
Southern P.ailway .. -'.00 28 27J 273
preferred 300 701 791 792
Tennessee Copper .. 3,200 37; 35 3GJ
Texas fk Pacilic 200 225 22 22
Union Pactno , 100,100 1G2J 1G1 1G13
preferred 200 91 90J 90
U S Really -100 74 73 719
U S Rubber 4,100 03 G21 fi2
U S Steel 220,400 GG1 G4i G5Q
preferred 4,100 10SC.107 108
Utah Copper 10,900 G8Z 57 58
Va Car Chemical ... 3,400 42 403 42
Wabash 100 4ft 4i 4
preferred C00 13 13 13
"Western Md 1.100 52 I 502 51 1
Western Union 2,300 73Jj 721 73
Westingh Electric .. 2.000 77J 70 77
Wheeling & L Erie I.... 7
Total sales for the day. .1,005,800 shares.
Coffee Futuros Steady.
NEW YORK. Dec. 10. Coffee Rio No.
7. 14c; fuuires, steady. March. 13.51c;
WHEAT RALLIES, BUT
Cereal Ifarly Drops Under Ihe
Previous Price Level of
CHICAGO, Dec. 10. Wheat made n
natural rally today after tho recent con
tinuous decline. Thcro was a firm close
at a net advance of c to 2 3c.
Notwithstanding that wheat early went
under the season's previous low prico
level, final quotations were at practically
the top for tho day. The market showed
better rallying power than had been seen
in some time.
May wheat, which fluctuated between
SSlc and 80?c, wound up c above last
night at S9089Zc.
Lightness of country offerings made
corn Jlrm. May closed at 48f?4S2c. Cash
grades were slow.
Oats iohi on account of continued
small arrivals. May closed at 320.
Plentiful supply of hogs brought about
weakness In provisions, which closed 2c
to 15c down.
RANGE OF TI-IE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. I-IJgh. Low. Closo.
December .. 831 S32 S3 S33
May S91 S92 SSi S9g
July SGi SG2 85-J SGR
December .. 47S 47S 47i 479
May 4S . 4Si 47S 4Sg
July 4S5 40 4SE 40
December .. 31 323 31 j 32
May 326 32i 321 321
Julv 32S 33 328 33
Cash quotations were aa follows: Flour,
slow; rye No. 2, fiOG3c; barley, feed or
mixing. 43?48c; fair to choice malting.
5772c; timothy seed, $3.0003.90; clover
seed, $10.0018. 00; moss pork, Sn.OOfii
17.75; lard (In tierces), $10.G50'10.G7i;
short ribs (loose). 59.152110.25.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 39G.000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 1.347,000 bushels, compared
with 717,000 bushels the corresponding
day a rear ago. The world's visible
supply, "as shown by Bradstreet's. In
creased 2.255,000 bushels. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 30 cars;
corn. 32G ears: oats, 103 cars; hogs, 33,000
CHICAGO. Dec. 10. Cattle Receipts.
G500; murket slow, steady; beeves, 55.60
ft 10.50; Texas steers. 54.40(3)3.75; west
ern steers, $5.50$7'9.25; stockers and feed
ers, $i.40tf?7.C5; cows and heifers, $2.70i
7.50; calves, $G.50?r 10.25.
PfogH Receipts, 2300; market, quiet- 5c
lower, light. S7.30fc7.70; mixed. $7.33)
7.771; heavv, $7.35(ff7.S0 ; rough. $7.3rS
7.55; pigs. $5.25f)7.20; bulk of sales, 57.55
Sheep Receipts. 35,000: market steady;
native. $3.75fn)4.S3: western. 54 00fl4.80;
vearlings, S5.25'G.G0: lambs, natlvo, 55.00
"fT'7.Ufi; western, SG.007.90.
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts, IG.000, Including 000 southern;
market, steady; natlvo steers, S7.00
10.75; southern steers, S5.n0f''7.50; south
ern cows and heifers. S3.7ofrG.50; native
cows and heifcrp. ?3.75(g)3.50; stockers
and feeders, 55.00D7.50; bulls, 54.50(3)
G.00; calves. SG.0010.00, western steers,
55.50rtyS.o0: western eows. $1.00i??i6.30.
Hogs Receipts. 10,000: markot 10c
lower: bulk of sales. 57.S5iT7.75; heavy,
57.70fn7.S0; packers and butchers. S7,0(gi
7.75; light. $7.60:3:7.70: pigs, $G.507.00.
Sheep Receipts, 1000; markot strong';
muttons. 54.005.00: lambs. SC0057-75;
range wethers and yearlings, f-t.OOG.oO;
range owes, $3.00(S'4.50.
SOUTH OMA'HA, Dec. 10 Cattle Re
ceipts, 7500; market, steady; native
steers. 50.305710.30. cows arid' heifers.
53.655-'S.G0; western steers, $5.40i?il8.20;
Texas steers, $4.G0(fi)G.30; cows and heif
cis, 53.50(fj.G.ii5; canncrs. 33.25(54.25;
stockors and feeders. $4. 50(T'7.75; calves,
So.OOjiO.OO: bulls, slags, etc.. $l.n0(jf)fJ.25
Hogs Receipts. 15,400; market slow to
10c lower; heavy. S7.5&(y)7.G5: mixed,
$7.50((;7.55: light, 57.35(!77.G5; pigs, 56.00
($7.25; bulk of sales. 57.507 GO.
Sheep Receipts. 13,500; market strops;
yearlings. 55.00ft 0.25: wethers, 53.50fiT
4. GO; ewes. $3.505T4.4U; lambs, $0.50(f77 Su.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUJS. Dec. 10 Wool, steady.
Medium grades, combing and clothing,
SStJSGc; light fine, 19f)2le: heavy line,
ISfMSe; tub washed, 273(ic.
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON, Dec. 10. Very little interest
is taken in domestic -wools. Transfers
aro light and holders refuse to shade
prices in ordor to soli their goods.
The bulk of the trading is In torrritory
stoclc, although somo fair transactions are
reported in nearby fleeces. California and
Texas products are very dull. Missouri
throe-cighths-blood. 29c; onc-ciuarter-blood,
. Texas Fine (5 to S months, 5o(ij'o7c;
(inc 12 months, G2G3c; fine fall, 474Sc,
Oregon Eastern No. 1 st.rple, GlCTGGc:
eastern clothing, GOc; vallev No. 1. 55c
California Northern, 52(pi53c: middle
The tower of the
Walker Bank Building "
Ifa will be open free to visitors
during this week of "open
house" for bank and building,
You are invited to inspect
the handsome new banking
hI' rooms and witness the pan
orama of the city and valley
from the top of the highest
u' 1 'I ' 1 1 1 Si structure between the Missouri
til'1 River and the Pacific Coast at
W!!!Jl(Hl!l any time between 9:00 A. M.
Ill and 9:00 R M-
rountv. r0fj52c; southern, 4?(fii40c; fall -free,
Territory Fine staple. GCfiGic: lino
medium fllapl JI57G5c; tlno clothing, 60
ttG.Zc: lino medium clothing, 57&60c; half
blood combing, G2$Z'6ic: thrce-clghthf-blood
combing. 57-2? 58c; onc-quartcr-blood
com bins-, r,31f'03c.
STEEL TRUST TONNAGE
BREAKS ALL RECORDS
NliTVV YORK. Dec. 10. The unfilled ton
nage of tho United States steel corpora
tion November 30 totals 7.S52.8S2 tons,
an increase of 258,502 tons over October
31. This Is the largest tonnage ever re
ported on the books of the corporation
and compares with unfilled orders of 4,
141,055 tons on November 30, 1911.
New York Monoy.
NEW YORK. Dec. 10. Money on call
steady, 4f?5i per cent; ruling rate, 4J;
closing bid, 5 per cent; offered at i?i per
TImo loans weaker; sixty and ninety
days, C1p6a per cent; six months, 5iQ)5J
Prime mercantile paper, 6 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business In bankers bills at 4.80.50 for
sixty-day bills and at 4.S4.65 for demand.
Commercial bills, 4. SO.
Bar silver, G4Jo.
Mexican dollars, 49ac.
Government bonds steady, railroad
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 10. The condl- '
Hon of tho United States treasury at tho .
beginning of business today was:
Working balance S 05,360,349
In banks and Phlllpplno treas
Total of general fund 146,603,014
Receipts yesterday 1.2G0.S51
Tho deficit this fiscal year is 762,240.
against a deficit of 519.301,034 last year.
The figures for receipts, disbursements
and deficit exclude Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
New York Produce.
NI2T YORK, Dec. 10. Flour steady
with a fair trade. Wheat spot steady;
No. 2 red 10G elevator and 107 f. o. b.
float nominal, No. 1 northern Duluth Oil
f. o. b. afloat. Futures closed JtfpBc net
higher. December closed OOJc; May 94gc.
Tildes ISasy; Uogota 28i(gJ291c.
Rosin Easy; strained common to good,
Raw sugar, steady; muscovado, .59
lest 53.55; centrifugal ,0G test, 54.05; mo
lapscs. .80 test, ?3.0; refined rmlet.
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NOTICE TO EXCAVATORS.
Notice ts hcrohy slvcn that s;al.d
blda v.lll bo recolvcd by tho undersigned pH
up to " p. m. December 18. 1912. for th
matcrlalx and lnbor iraulr'xl In the orec
tlon of the Utah Slnto Cipllol huildln.
In Salt.I.nko City, Utah, acconlln to ppH
pinna, .xpeclflcatlonK and drawings, which
nr open for hiHpcclloti at tha offlcn of
Rlclmrd Klettln?. arrhltcct. 415-420 FU
building. Salt Luko City, UUth. and a".
bldn ;nd tro;ocaln at tho nbovn tlm ivlM
bu publicly opened and rcitd In thoj of
nco of t hr State Capitol Commission,
Cll Folt bulldlnz, Salt Lake City. Utah
All bld'i must bn addressed to "Utah
St.i to Cnpltol Comml.Ion." Salt L-ikft PH
City. Utkli. nnd innrlred In the lower
left-hand corner: "Bid for Utah Stat
Capitol Bnlldlnc." naming at thi yame
time the kind or klnd.s of work which
the bid covers: for example: "Eld for
o-xcaviitlons." or nuch bids enn be dellv
crcd to tho Capitol Commission at tl:t
said time and place for opening came
Bids must, not contain condition.
nnnllflcn lions, propositions or any other
thine: than thoso mcntlonel In plans.
specifications, drawings, contract and
bonds, and blddcra must ue the form
of bids which v.-lll be found at tho of
flee of said architect, nnd no other form
of bid will be received.
A certified check or cafhler'8 check
on some liank in Salt Lako City, Utah.
for nt least G per cent of tho amount
of each bid must bo enclosed. Each fB
check Is to he mado payable to the un- HH
derslncd, aiul Is to be forfeited to thn
underHlned in enso the bid Is accepted BBV
nnd the bidder docs not enter Into tho
contract within ten days after Its ac
ceptance. for tho faithful execution of HH
the contract and bond hereinafter men
tloncd. The proposed form of contract shall
be tho "Uniform Contract Revised. ,
1307." and tho form of bond to be used HHV
Is hereto appended.
A bond rmikt bo furnished for one
half the amount of tho bid, with good HBB
and sufficient sureties, all satisfactory
to the undcrulned.
Tho plans and specifications will be
open for Inspection and use at the
I architect's office, in rooms 415-420 Felt fl
building, nnd at tho office of the Utah fl
Stato Capitol Commission, 211 Felt
building. Bids mtint bo Hubmittcd "per
cubic yard." Estimated amount of cs
cavatlona 2,000 cubic yards. Thi under
signed shall have tho right to reject unv
or all bids and to waive any informal!
tics in any proposal. fH
Dated at Salt Lake City, "Utah, tha
Till day of December. 1912.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION
j NOTICE OF DELINQUENT SALE.
I Wasatch Trout Company, Murray, Utah.
I Thcro arc delinquent upon the follow-
I inc; described stock on account of assets-
I Jnent levied on the 24th day of October.
R 11)12, the several amounts set opposite the
U names of tho respectlvo shareholders, as
B follows: J
R Cert- kH
I No. Shrs. Ami
I George H. Bailey. 11 100 ) 8.00
1 George R. Bailey 12 200 12.00
B George H. Bailey 13 20O .13.00
D George Jl. Bailey 14 50O 30.00
1 David Bnpley 1S5 100 tj.00
I Martin Chrlstenscn 144 500 30.00
Elmo F. Culbcrt 1S7 50 3.00
J II. P. Coleman 171 600 ng.OO
I Alvllda M. Dal ton 194 200 12.00
H F. W. Drommcrhausen..l03 300
M Simon Epperson ........150 H75 40.50
Bruce Freeze 19S 100 6.00
R Sherman Freezo 39 100 6.01
I James Framo 34 S0O IS. 00
I Izaac IT. Grace 143 250 15.00
I Richard Hcnwood and
I wife 143 300 6.00
I George M. Jorgcnsen. ... 5S 400 24.00
I "W. II. Lyman 67 500 30.00 iH
I Daniel McDonald 69 50 3.00
0 William C. Ncrr 89 100 6.00
D W. E. Parker 95 500 30. OP
1 Robert Patrick 04 300 IS. 00
.Tames T. Pypcr 157 75 4.50
J. P. Smith 123 200 12.00
Eliza Smith 124 100 6.00
Snmuel Stauffcr .........125 100 6.00
.lames W. Saville 120 1000 60.00
.1. G. Torrcnce 177 100 fl.00
!A. Townsend 1S6 200 12.00
Amelia Terry 210 1500 90.00 iH
David WaKStafC 1C9 200 13.00
Mary J. Wrlsht 129 50 3.00
Mrs. A. E. Yowcll 141 500 30.00
" Daniel Webster 135 100 6.00
Provo Vnllcy Trout Co. .237 100 6.00
' Provo Valley Trout Co..22S 100 6.00 pl
. Prov0 Valley Trout Co.. 229 100 6.Q0
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 220 800 48.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 231 1000 60.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 232 10 .60
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 233 6200 S72.0U
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 234 100 6.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 235 100 6.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 236 600 36.00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 237 100 fi.OO fH
Provo Vulley Trout Co..23S 100 6.00
and In accordance with law and an order fH
of the board of directors mado on the
21th day of October. 1312, so many shares
of each parcel of stock as may be ncc
OH&.HT will bo sold at tho ofIce of the
company, 'which Is at tho residence of fH
W. B. Erckson on Vina street, in Mur
riy, Salt Lako county. Utah, on the 21st pppj
day of December1, 1912, at tho hour of 1 pH
o'clock p. in., to pay delinquent assess- fJJJJJJJJJJJJJJj
mcnts Ihercon, together with the coat of JPH
advertising and expenses of tho sale. IIH
V7. B. IUP.EKSON.
Secretary and treasurer Wasatch Trout iPH
company, whose oftlco is at his residence PH
on Vine street. Murray, Utah. mSIS iH
Tar Baby Mining Company, prlnel-
pa.! placo of business 323 Atlas block. IIH
Salt Iake City, Utah. Notice 'Chore are JH
delinquent upon tho following described fPH
stock on account of assessment No. 2. fJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ
levied on the 2nd day of October. 1912. M
ihe several amounts set opposite th H
names of the respective shareholders as
No. Name. Share?. Ami. slH
15 Child, W. II. 21,250 53. 13
237 Erlcksen, Emll .... 500 1.25 H
234 Fltzglbbun, Win. .. 2,000 5.00 lH
291 Green. C. It 24,153 BO. 33
292 Grcon, Ztna V7 40,500 101.25
2S8 Green, IT. Victor... 5,000 12.59 pH
290 Green. Dora thy S. . 5.000 13.59 M
145 Ncllson. M. C 1,000 2.50
16 (Bal.) Porter, S. S.. 6,900 17.25 IH
244 Pullman. John 1,000 2.50 H
54 Stocum. IL H 1.000 2.50
G5 Stocum. R. H 1,000 2.50 lH
66 Stocum, R. H 1.000 2.60 jH
133 Stocum. C. C LOCK) 2.50 fH
272 Sears, Isaao 2.000 5,00 SH
:G0 Tollon, Domcnck. ... 000 2.25 ppH
And in accordanoo with law and an pH
order of tho board of directors mado on H
! the 2nd day of October, 1913, so many SH
I Hharcs of each parcel of stock aa may bi jppH
i necessary will bo void at tho principal pppj
offlco of the company. No. 333 Atlas ppH
block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on the 2nd JpppJ
day of December, ldlt, at 3 o'clock pppj
p. m. to pay tho delinquent assessment. ipppH
together with the cost or advorUsins and jpH
cxpenoo of nale, fH
F. F. HINTZE. B
ASSESSMENT NO. 3. jH
Tlldcr N'ovada Copper company. Pj'"- H
cipal place of business Salt Lake City. pppj
Utah. Location of mines. Lander counl. SIIH
Notice Is hereby Riven that at a jneel- pllH
Inc of tho board of dlreclora of tn IIH
Ilhlcr Nevada Cooper company, hold on IIIJ
the 15th dav of November. 1312. assess- IIIIJ
nient No. .1 of one-half (j) cent ncr pppB
share was levied upon the capital BtocK J
of the corporation. Issucxl nnd outstann- pppB
ing. payable Immediately to tho secro- JBffl
turv at his office, caro of McCornlrk M
Cos bunk, comer First South and Main pppB
btrcct, Salt Lake City. Utah. H
Any stock upon which this assessment ll
muy remain unpaid on Friday, the 20th Hpppj
dav or December. 1912, will bo dellnnuont H
nnd ndvcrtisel for sale nt nubile auction. HiLH
and unless payment Is made before, -will Hl
ho sold on Saturday, tho. 11th day of HH
Januarv, 1913. at 4 o'clock o. m.. at tho pipppj
secrelab-' office to pay tho delinquent MM
assessment thereon, together with the HH
costs of advertising- and oxpenso of eale. Hlppj
JNO. J. MORRIS. Secretary. " HfH
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