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x g THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 194 3. 1
I LEAGUE FAVORS
, LICENSED SALOON
Provo Citizens Advocate Reg
ulation of Liquor Traffic In
stead of Prohibition.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. 3. Resolutions advocat
ing license and regulation of open
saloons Instead of prohibition as a means
for minimizing the liquor traffic and de
nouncing the present city government
for employing "tramp detectives" to eo-c-ure
evidence of liquor violations, were
passed tonight at a meeting of the
Provo Promotion league.
It was declared in a resolution that
most of the leaders in the local option
movement are backing prohibition hero
for the benefit of Salt Lake. The league
Is composed of members of the so-called
"liberal" element, those who oppose pro
hibition and are backing Walter Adams
for mayor and J. Frank llalllday for
commissioner In the coming city election.
The resolution In regard to the "tramp
detectives" stated that enforcement of all
law should be turned over to a compe
tent police force rather than to "spot
ters" and others. It decried the ubo of
the cltv's money to Induce Provo citizens
to sell" liquor in violation of the law.
The resolution attacking the prohibi
tion leaders was in. part as follows:
In regard to most of the leaders
in the local option move, we know
that our burdens are Increasing and
our "curse" made more grievous by
the' fact that the programme of
political expediency, outlined and se
cured by many men higher up In the
social and political world, Is carried
out for the profit of our state's capi
tal and the exploitation of our fair
The resolution calling for license and
regulation of saloons admitted the evil
of intemperance, but expressed dissatis
faction at the present plan of reaching
The following committees were ap
pointed Finance W. K. Farrer, Fred Stubbs,
Jolui U. Duchi, L. Llsonbce and Ben F.
Rea, Members of executive committee
from voting districts First, H, A- Smoot,
Thomas Farrer; second, Thomas Leon.
ard. W. F Olson: third, William Leavltt,
E. A Mitchell; fourth, Frank Perry, A.
M. Zabrlskle; fifth, John Martin, J. N.
Gulick: sixth, John H. Snyder, F. McNltt;
seventh, Hyrum Hatten, W. J. Burgess;
eighth, Eden Moore and John N. Strong.
I CITY TREASURER REPORTS.
Custodian of Park City Cash Complies
Figures for Month of September.
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Oct. 3. The city treas
urer's report for September was submit
ted to the city council last night, pre
senting the following figures: Receipts,
$4,516,96; deficit September 1, J5.034.10;
warrants paid, $2,416.04; deficit October
1, S2.933.16. The water department's re
port showed a cash balance on hand Oc
tober l of $3,421,44.
Several liquor licenses were granted,
subject to approval of bonds by the city
The city will file condemnation pro
ceedings against Hyrum Steele for pos
session of the roadway passing his prop
erty. It is claimed by the committee to
which the matter was referred that the
price asked is exorbitant.
A quit claim deed will be executed by
the city In favor of :thc Park City Hotel
company upon proper showing that all
taxes have been paid.
I CITY TICKET SELECTED.
Socialists of Sprlngvllle Place Candidates
for Offices In Field.
Special to The Tribune.
SPRING VILLE, Oct. 3. The Socialists
of this '-ity held a convention tonight
and nominated a full city ticket to be
voted on at the November election. A
L. Porter was chairman of the conven
tion and E. X. Jordan wus secretary.
Other nominations follow: Councilman.
four-year term, A. L. Porter; councllmen,
two-year terms. George Noe. William
Ostler. M. G. rjeslmcr; recorder, Edward
Reynolds; treasurer, Alma Ostler,
I Driggs Funeral Held.
Special to The Tribune.
PLEASANT GROVE, Oct. 3. Funeral
services for Benjamin W. Driggs, father
of Frank M. Driggs, superintendent of
the state school for the deaf and blind,
were held this afternoon at 1 o'clock in
the Pleasant Grove tabernacle. The
speakers were President Seymour B.
Young, Andrew Jensen, W. L. Haves and
Douglas Todd. Music was furnished by
the high school choir and members of
the Black Hawk Indian War Veterans
association, of which the decedent was a
member. Interment was in the local
I Escape From Pocatello Jail.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida.. Oct. 3. William
and Harry Hughes escaped from the
county jail last night bv sawing their
way to liberty. It Is thought that thev
were aided from the outside, as a hack
saw and several bladeB were found on
the outside, and evidences go to show
that some of the sawing was done from
the exterior. There were six other occu
pants of the jail, but none made an ef
fort to escape, and all disclaim am"
knowledge of the affair, although the
window waH shut from the Inside after
I Coal Train Kills Italian.
Special to The Tribune,
PRICE. Oct. Frank Galuzzo. an
Italian, was killed and three others badly
Injured yesterday afternoon when the en
gine of a coal train on the Utah Coal
road broke through a trestle about
twelve miles from the city. The Injured
men were brought to the Utah Construc
tion hospital and the body of Galuzzo
turned over to a local undertaker. The
latter has no relatives In this eountrv
and his funeral will be held lorlav. It
was Mated at the hospital today that the
Injured men are recovering rapldlv.
I Injured iu Coal Mine,
special lo The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. 0, J. F. Wilson, a voung
man whose homo Ih on the reservation,
is at the Provo general hospital, suffer
ing from injuries sustained at the Spring
Canyon Coal mine, which made It neces
sary to amputate his right leg above the
knee. The limb was crushed between two
nilne cars. No other serious Injuries were
received and from present indications
Wilson will recover.
Thitic Ore Shipments,
Special to The Tribune.
M EUREKA. Oct. ?,. Oro shipments for
J the week. In carload lots, are reported
"""I as follows:
1 Yankee 1
mm Eureka Mill 1
""I Ctah Sampler 1
flj Carlsa 1
Black Jack 1
I'ncle Sam 1
""a1 Opohongo . , ... j
""I May Day 2
Beck Tunnel 3
Victoria . . , 6
"""I Dragon Consolidated s
I Grand Central , 11
""B Iron BloBSom 54
Mammoth " ig
Eagle & Blue Bell 19
""a Chief Consolidated n
(additional sports 1
NEGROES AGAIN FIGHT
TEN ROUNDS TO DRAW
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 Joe Jeanotto out
pointed Sam Langford In a ten-round
bout at Mudlson fcUarc Garden tonight.
The two colored heavyweights weighed us
, follows: Jeannette, .195; Langford, 19DJ.
Jcannette was in line condition while
his opponet did not appear to be a a well
trained. Jcannette outboxed his man In
the first threw rounds, using a left Jab
to the face to good advantage. Tho men
fought hard at close range at times and
each suffered severe body punishment.
In the fourth Langford showed at his
best Heavy rights and lefts to the head
rocked Jeannette, forcing hl,m to clinch.
Jcannette began to forge ahead again In
tho next round, but strong blows to the
body brought the round to an oven break,
when Jeannette was again forced to hold
to avoid punishment.
Langford's exertions began to tell on
hltn in the sixth round and In an effort
to bring the contest to a quick close to
avoid a loss on points, ho tried hard to
send his right, over to the Jaw. Jean
nette's clever footwork enabled him to
keep away. Tho fight was less rough
than the last engagement of tho men In
this city. In the first round Jeannette
slipped to tho floor, but was up immediately.
HAMLIN, NOTED TENOR,
PLEASES SALT LAKERS
It is surely a far cry from "Der Kuss"
and "I'm Not Myself at All" to "Lend
Me Tour Aid," and as certainly to the
credit of any singer that, he can encom
pass a programmo of eighteen numbers
and the Indicated range In the space of
two hours without a flaw worthy of
mention, as did George Hamlin, tenor of
international fame, of the Chloago Grand
Opera company, who delighted an audi
ence of nearly 1000 persons at the First
Methodist church last night.
Mr. Hamlin Is first of all the artist,
trained and cultured; next, he Is gifted
with wonderful versatility. In ability to
onter at once Into tho mood of his selec
tion. Mr. Hamlin's talent was especially
noted and received the hearty applause of
Edward Sackerdoto proved a master ac
companist. Miss Beatrice Brewer, queen of tho
Utah stale fair, and four prize winners
In tho beauty contest were present as
guests of Manager Fred C. Graham, oc
cupying seats In the choir loft.
Many prominent musicians of the city
were present and were cordially received
by Mr Hamlin and Mr. Sackerdote at
the conclusion of the programme.
RACE JUDGES' AWARD
CAUSES GREAT RIOT
By International News Service.
TORONTO, Ont,, Oct. 3. The decision
of the Judges at Hill Crest race track to
day In announcing Miss Menard as win
ner of the seventh race, with Red River
in second place, after the other six en
trants had fallen, caused a riot which
broke up the day's meeting.
The spill which caused the trouble took
place at the first turn, Euterpe, Igloo.
Star Ashland, Lou Lanier, Excallbur and
Johnny Wise all went down In a heap.
Tho jockeys all escaped serious Injury with
the exception of Chappelle, who was found
to have a fractured skull. Four others
had minor bruises.
When the spill took place MJbs Menard
and Tied. River, being In the lead, went
on to the finish. When their numbers
were hung up tho crowd swarmed onto
the track, demanding that tho race be
called off and denouncing the award of
the Judges, and refused to vacato when
the eighth race was called. The police
were unequal to the occasion and the
race was finally called off. Modern Prls
cilla was sent around tho course later,
however, and a claim for the race was
made in her behalf. No decision was an
nounced on this claim.
PLAYERS MAY WRITE
THEIR OWN STORIES
CHICAGO, Oct. 3 Baseball players
who will write their own newspaper
stories of the world's or other post
season series may do so with the ap
proval of tho national commission,
President Johnson of tho American
lengue said last night upon his roturn
from a brief vacation in Michigan.
Players who lend their names for a
monetary consideration to be signed to
articles written by others, probably will
be declared ineligible to take part in
such series, Mr. Johnson asserted.
He did not favor the suggestion re
ported to have been made by Chairman
Herrmann of the commission to call off
the world's series In case players per
mitted the misuse of 'their names.
DROP MURDER CHARGE
IN WILLARD AFFAIR
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3. The prosecu
tion of Jess Wlllard and others on
charges of murder resulting from the
fatal l'oung-Willard boxing bout at Ver
non will be dropped. Information charg
ing them with prize fighting was filed
late today in the superior court by W. J.
Ford, assistant district attorney.
Ford, who will prosecute the cases,
said that the murder charge was not
backed by sufficient evidence or legal
precedent, to warrant a prosecution. Pro
moters of the Vernon boxing cards are
busy preparanlg for another match here
on October 14.
Sioux City Strengthens.
SIOUX CITY. Iowa. Oct. 3. Pitcher
Harry Gaspar of Lemars, Iowa, formerly
a twlrler on tho Cincinnati team, but for
the past year member of a semi-professional
team In his homo town, todav was
signed by tho Sioux City Western league
team for next season. Sioux City secured
two players in the class A draft upon
the minor leagues. They are Lejeunc
of Grand Rapids in the Central league,
and Brample of Kalamazoo In tho South
ern Michigan league. Both are out
Thirty Persons Injured.
SCRANTON, Pa., Oct. 3. Thirty or
more persons were injured, several pos
sibly fatally, by tho overturning today
of a Scranton Railway company's car
bound for Dunmorc. Twenty-four of
tho injured were removed to "hospitals.
The car, heavily loadod, stalleu ou a
hill on one of tho city streets, because
of slippery rails and bogan to slide
down the slope when tho brake chain
broke. Striking a curve, it toppled
The following unsolicited testimonial
should certainly be suflicient to give
hope and courage to persons afflicted
with chronic dyspepsia: "I have been
a chronic dyspeptic for yeaTS, and of
all the medicine 1 have taken, Cham
berlain's Tablets have done me more
pood than anything else," says W. Q.
Mattison, No. 7 Sherman St., Hornells
ville, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. .
Midland Trail Good.
PROVO. Oct 3. The Midland trail is
at present in excellent condition, accord
ing to Jesse E. Flack of Jefferson, la..
who, In company with his wife, mother
and daughter, today arrived In tho cltv
In a touring car on his way to tho coast".
Tho party left Grand Junction Tuesday
morning. They plan to drive to Salt
Lake tomorrow 'and from there will go
Wealthy Greek Arrested.
' PRICE, Oct. 3, Gus Pappas, one of the
richest Greeks In Carbon county, wan ar
rested today, charged with having stolen
a wagon-r Ills hearing was continued and
he was released under bond.
Your Opportunity I
Is Here Now
I $S0,000 Stock of Pianos and Players to go at prices that are irre- 1
sistible, and on terms never before given on high-grade makes. Our
Remodeling Sale gives piano buyers an opportunity to I
SAVE FR0FI $85 00 $215 00 !
I Alterations in our store will commence in a few days and we must i
have our pianos out of the way of the workmen. This is a fearless I
price-cutting sale; the field is swept clear of competition as no other
music house in this city or state can meet such low prices and low
terms on this class of high-grade pianos and players. Every instru-
ment is discounted (1914 styles Steinway and Apollos excepted). g
CECILIAN and APOLLO
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A Sample of the Way They Are Priced: 1
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1 Styles, kaiown makes, walnut, mahogany andfik$fe a t
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S Player-Pianos $347 and Upf
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UTAHS j-" " UTA"' jj
I ALL STAR ENTERTAINERS 1
1 of Exceptional Merit at the
I Miss Dorothy Harris, just of the Orpheum circuit; Miss Enid Morel, .just of the Orpheum l
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I COME AND HEAR THE BEST ARRAY OF MERRYMAKERS THAT EVER, CAME TO 1
I SALT LAKE.
In the district court In and for Salt
Lake county, state of Utah, Ghas, Tynij,
plaintiff, . QgainHt Clara X.eedom, as ad
ministratrix of the estatu of Crayton M.
Leedom, deceased, and Clara Lecdom,
defendants to be sold at sheriff's sale at
the west front door of the county court
house In the city and county of Salt
Lake, state of Utah, on the i!Uth day of
September, A. D. 1933, at 12 o'clock noon
of wild day, all the right, Mile, claim and
Interest of said defendants, of. In and to
the following described real estate, to
Situate In Salt Lake county, stato of
Utah, and being lot fourteen (14) in
Pleasant View Park, a subdivision of
parts of sections 25 and 26 In township
one (1) south, rango one (1) east, Salt
Lake meridian, as per plat of said subdi
vision on file in the recorder's office. Salt
Lake county. Utah, together with all wa
ter rights, had. owned, controlled and
used In connection with Bald premises.
Purchase price payable in lawful money
of the United States.
Dated at Salt Lako City, Utah, this
5th day of September, A. D. 1913.
ANDREW SMITH, JR..
Sheriff of Salt Laico County, Stato of
By D. P. Thomas, Deputy Sheriff.
Gustln, Gillette & Brayton, Attorneys for
Date of first publication, September 6th
A. D. 1913. tsi$
I Los Angeles
I AND RETURN
1 October 19-21
1 Long Limits a
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10 East 3d South !
3i t,f debts
sfHf S v r 55001
NOTICE OF SALE OF COLLATERAL
Notice is hereby given that The Na
tional Bank of tho Republic of Salt Lake
City, Utah, will on Wednesday, the 22nd
day of October, 1913, at 3:30 o'clock p. m.
of said day, at the banking office of The
National Bank of the Republic of Salt
Lake City. Utah, at. the corner of Second
South and Main streets, Salt Lake City,
Utah, offer for sale and sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
the collateral security hereinafter de
scribed or so much thereof as may be
necessary to pay the amounts due on
three certain promissory notes payable
to the order of The National Bank of
the Republic of Salt Lake City, Utah,
described as follows: One nolo dated
June 12. 1912, executed and delivered by
Peter Buller for the principal sum of
two thousand six hundred eighty-nine
and no-100 dollars (526S9 00) with inter
est thereon at the rate of eight per cent
(S per cent) per annum from June 12.
1912, until paid, and on which there Is
due and unpaid as principal and Inter
est on this lth day of October, 1913. the
sum of two thousand seven hundred
thirty-nine and 19-100 dollars (2739.19),
one promissory note dated June 12, 1912,
executed and .delivered by Peter Buller,
for the principal sum of two thousand
dollars (2000.00), with interest thereon
at tho rate of eight per cent (S per cent)
per annum from June 12, 1912, until
paid and on which there Is due and un
paid as principal and Interest on this
day the sum of two thousand thirty
seven nnd 33-100 dollars (2037.33): one
promissory note dated November 23,
1912, executed and delivered bv Peter
Buller. John Byrne, and Theo Schweit
zer, for the principal sum of three
thousand dollars (3000.00) with interest
thereon at the rate of eight per cent (S
per cent) per annum from November 23,
' 1912, until paid, and on which there Is
due and unpaid as principal and Interest
on this day the sum of three thousand
fifty-six dollars (3056.00): making a
total amount of seven thousand eight
hundred thirlv-two and 52-100 dollars
(7S32.52) due on said three notes on this
the day of puMicalion of the first notice
of sale, for tIo payment of which sum,
together with interest thereon from this
date until paid, costs of sale and four
hundred dollars (400,00) attorney's
fees, the said personalty will be sold on
the above named date.
The personal property pledged ns col
lateral security for the payment of said
notes, and which will be sold as above
stated, Is particularly described as fol
lows: One promissory note dated Salt Lake
Cltv. Utah. June 17. 1912, for one thou
sand dollars (1000.00) due eighteen
months from date with interest at the
rate of eight, per cent (S per cent) per
annum from date, executed by Orson
ICeeler and payable to the order of
Nine thousand nine hundred and ninety
(9990) shares of the capital stock of P.
Buller Brewing company, represented by
certificate of stock of said company,
numbered 15, for nine thousand nine
hundred eighty C9980) shares Issued to
Peter Buller. and certificate No. 16 for
ten (JO) shares Issued to W. P. Mitchell
and l3' him Indorsed in blank.
Dated October I, 1913.
TH15 NATIONAL BANK OF THE RE
PUBLIC OF SALT LAKE CITY.
Bv FRANK KNOX, President.
HO WAT. " MA CM ILL AN & NEBEKER.
AND R. H. BUTTERFTELD.
Attorneys for Pledgee.
S3 4 6
In the district court in and for Salt
Lake county, state of Utah, Bingham
Coal Lumber Company, a corpora
tion, plaintiff, against New England Gold
& Copper Mining Company, a corpora
tion, defendant, to be sold at sheriff's
sale at the west front door of tho county
courthouse In the city and county of Salt
Lake, state of Utah, on the 6th day of
October, A. D. 1913. at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, all the right, title, claim and
interest of said defendant, of, In and to
the following described real estate, to
wlt: The "New England LMlne," situated In
the West Mountain mining district,
county of Salt Lake and state of Utah,
consisting of a group of mining claims
known and described as the "Smuggler,"
"Red Cross," and "Nast No. 2." sur
vey No. 42SS: "Saturn." lot No. 162;
"Nast," lot No. 260: "Benton." lot 2-19:
"Blnghamlto," survey No. 4001, and
"Mayberry, " survey No. 4289, together
with the mill owned and used In con
nection with the operation of said min
ing claims and the land upon which said
mill lu situated; also the tunnels and
other machinery, fixtures, appliances and
tho water rights used in connection
with the operation of said mine and mill.
Purchase price payable In lawful money
of the United States.
Dated at Salt I-ake Clly, Utah, this
12th dav of September, A. D. 1913.
ANDREW SMITH, Jr.. Sheriff of Salt
Lake County, State of Utah.
By A. P. Thomas. Deputy Sheriff.
DEV. HOPPAUGH .t FABIAN. Attor
neys for riaintlfr.
Da to of first publication, September
1 13th. A. D. 1913. H647
Tho tfreat worlo of workers havo
their ability and experience for sale
and tho finding of the right markot
Jfor their labor is one of tho important
provinces of Tho Tribune Wnnt Columns.
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Bocbe, Otto AM T 1
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Bishop Mary E. and Thomai",, ffl
Blazard. Cabcl B
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Brlmley, Mr. Ernest D. mm
Broadbent, James W , '"" JfBjLt fl
Brown, Mrs. Mngglo SmVT
Brown, Mrs. Maggie '
Bump, C. W ' ItC
Campbell, Nellie W
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Clark. Mr. Arthur E fB.ofl I
Clark, Sarah A, and Harriot B" uWH
Connors, Hugh " vKfZ,
Crowthcr. Shepherd wm-M 1
Crystal Mrs. Emma
Davidson. Robert. A , '' Mitf5
Davis, Eliza S -M ntft'
Davis, My man '"
DoWitt, Charles' jHi
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Dignon, D. and J. L '" 'ar.
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Engdahl, Annie ", Vlftjriin3
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Hempton, Mr. E SMtJN
Hickler. A. F
Hill. Emma M
Holgren, Thomas WBfc
Hotchklss, estate of Preston IT.... Smtx J-
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Howard, Ruby, and Thomas H. jM!11"5
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Marcroft. Wyette '. !
Marks, Louis A , fa 2!Bg
Marlln, Mrs. Roy $ ulst
Melqulst, Adolph E to
Midgloy, Chas. A. and Walter afffrar
Bryan &ML w
Miller, Robert SK
Mitchell. Joseph H. Kft?
Miller. Louis flK fm
Miller, John ffBl
Millner, Thos. W. Iff.,
Millner, Francis fjrJ ,
Millner, Frank C JM?$
Millner, Frank C SmS,
Morris. J. M TWnil
Mumford, Thos. H. and John W.. ; J. Jne
Mumford, Thos, II. and John W.. y, J ,
Munger, Eugene fi '.
McCune. Alfred W rl
McDonald Mr. J. E J? 2stfl
Neff, Jam;s J. C (2 ri
Nemsen, Charles amfl
Palmer. Mlffln ' W
Park Clly Ice Co M
Pardicu. Jennie 3 z!r.
Pearson, Simon 1 5?
PInney. Jennie 3
Piatt, ct al., C. M M '
Pointer, Charles F ll '-fr
Providence Life Ins. Co "w
Raddon, Elizabeth D J
Reedcr. Mary F I ftf
Rice, Thomas C f
Rich, John Y , Id '
Rich. Ann E. H
Rose, W W
Ross, Albert S i '-t
Rouse, Van E J
Rouse, Van E ' ,n
Saville. Priscllla B .
Scannel, Mrs. Louisa A tn(
Schultcr, W. E. 'IQi
Schwartz. Jacob ' Tfca
Scare, Mr. William Wcf
Sharkey. William .
Sherwood. Robert 36
Sieber, Mrs. Amelia I a
Simpson. Mary i&i
S-lms, George A tt
Smith, Wllford F ej m
Snell. Clara E 't i'i lo
Stephens, N. E J) diy
Stevens, Frank JO ,
Stone J. M. and Llllie B ? llflffl
S.'wanson, Edwin and Hulda V
Talmage, James E . swi
Tensch, Max M - 7lod
Timpson. F., and Jas. R. John- fi
Thomas, Carry A T
Thomas. J. B
Thompson. William . C!
Todd. Mary u J
Todjo. August f r W
Towne. A. A
Tuttcn, Peter f.
Volker, William fe.
I'nion Savings & Inv. Co.
Wack. Emil fj i to
Warmth, Emma F. E.g
Warner, Isabella h
West. Annie i :
West. Catherine A f
West. Martha i$ . .
Westerllng. Albertlno ft ,,t-
Wlnilon, Sarah A. Daft K 1
Williams, Edward W. A
Wllcocks, Ann I
WlKglesworth, Emma .fj Ha
Williams, estate or J. m K U(
Wiseman, W. A. Jl,'
Wright, Edith E D Im?
Yaney, Israel B. iM
Youngdale, Caroline M Rcb
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. jBjl
Principal place of business. Salt -m
City. Utah! Mines at Burcha. UtahflM.
Notice is hereby given that at a j
Ins of the directors, duly held SapWB
9, 1913. an assessment of pne-nau -M c
cent per share por montu. foJM f.
mouths, was levied on utsUO
capital stock of tho corporation, PM hi
to M. B. Johnson, assistant secro m Q
room 701 Mclntyre building; sa '"L'ffiB? "is.
One-half cent por sharo. Payfl'as
mediately. Any stock upon wMdiafc.j
eussessmcnt may remain unpalfl on m
llth day of October. 1913. will be JWajj
ouent and adverUsed for fialo wJWJjj,
euctlon, and unless payment Is rnaa
fore, will be sold on the 37tl m
tober. 1913, to pay the delinquent nM n
ment. together with tho cost or m 0
tislng and expense of sale. it.7i
One-half cent per sharo snail mMtT
able on tho 2Sth diy . MoW J
Any stock upon which th! a a ogKfel,
may remain unpaid on h0...ML(l11
November, 1913. will be . ,d"nunX,1'
advertised for sale at Bbll
unlcBS payment is mad,e bSJ1kV
sold on the 15th day of Dcc'"b"r;
to pay tho delinquent esm J
Bather with tho cost of advertising
'Tne-hal cent per snare .hall
vertlscd for eale at P"1,nHe?0url u UMi E
as, a sttsSvWS