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' - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1913. 21
Fman Returns From
ip Enthused Over
Salt Lake and visit tho
coast and tho south-west,
want to appreciate tho
it arc bcinc done in Utah,
il progress o the state
,vth and tfenoral healthy
salt Lake, is tho advice of
in, vice prosldont of the
:. Loan & Trust company,
; returned from a tvro
. to many citieB of the
cr a swinjr around the cir
gest cities in the section
r .Holl'man has returned
ah and Salt Lako booster
ore. JTo said:
t hecin to realizo how
jou our progress in both
te until I made this last
ip and hoard tho mon of
boast of projects that
Imost lost in Utah to
the Rreat enterprises
iin hurried to comple
; state. Tho difference
jy nover slop talking
too apt to accept as a
ourso the projects that
infr the resources of this
believe there aro more
Drs outside tho state
iverywhere I stopped I
nentary comments on
jake and the state. A
people feel that Utah
take a far more prom
in western industrial
il circlos than ever "be
projocts as tho electri
evclopment beinc mado
li Power & Light coin
onslruction of tho Orem
nterurban, and the jrreat coal mine
Icycloimiout that is taking place in
tie state, are attracting much at-
Mention on tho outside.
Communities with not one-tenth
U tho natural resources we possess
leie, are building steadily and
wpiillv on future possibilities that
jeannot begin to compare with our
iHReiil cstnto is selling very high
in theso outside cities. Improved
SUIT LAKE Bin
Decided Increase Is Shown in
Transfers; Dealers Are
The local real estate market last woek
allowed a decided increase over tho bus
iness of the corresponding week last
Tear. Although no exceptionally large
transactions were made many changes
in ownership of residenco proporty
brought up tho total. Chief among
theso was tho salo on Tuesday by Mrs.
Mary Johnson of property on Second
East street for $12,500. Mrs. Rebecca
B. Carter was tho purchaser; and Mr.
T. E. GaddiB of tho Bettilyon Homo
builders' company handled tile deal.
Ou Wednesday Mrs. Johnson bought
from Mrs. Carter a double terraco lo
cated at 346-348 South Eighth East
Htreot. The consideration was $8000,
tho Bettilyon company through Mr.
Gaddis acting as agents.
The samo companv, through G. C.
Richtcr, disposed of Dr. C. C. Snyder's
residence, 467 Twelfth East streot. Mrs.
W. Watkins of Frisco, Utah, was tho
purchaser, paying $6500 for the prop
erty. "v A. Bettilyon, president of tho Bet
tilyon Homebuildors' company, Baid yes
terday; "Our firm has Bovoral other
deals pending. Tho activity for tho
first week this month gives every indi
cation of a record for October business
in tho local markot being established."
A Gentle and Effective Laocativo.
A mild, gentle and effective laxative
is what peoplo demand when suffering
from constipation. Thousands swear by
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. Hugh Tall
man, of San Antonio, Tex., writes:
"They are, beyond question, the best
?ills my wife and I have ever taken."
hey never cause pain. Price 25c at
druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklen &
Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis.
residence property in Salt Lake
that can be purchased for $200 and
$300 a lot costs $G0O a lot thero.
and the close in property wo soil
hero for $750 and up a lot, such,
as building sites in Marlborough
PJaco, sell for from $1000 to $2500
on the coast.
Salt Lako looks better to me
than ever before. Businoss condi
tions hero are bettor than in any ;
city I visited. '
FOR L06AK COLLEGE
Big Agricultural Institution
Evolves Plan to Aid
A unique featnro of agricultural ed
ucation will be introduced at tho Utah
Agricultural collogo next .week. It con
sists of an exhibition of farm imple
ments and machinery. The entire lower
floor of the north wing of the enlarged
mechanic arts building, comprising
threo largo rooms, has been givon over
for this purpose.
Tho exhibit is under the immediato
direction of Lo Grande Humphroys of
tho farm mechanics dopartmont and
will bo open to the public every day,
except Sundays and legal holidays. Its
purpose is to placo within reach of all
farmers export information as to points
in farm tools and machinery that ought
to guide them in making purchasos.
That tho entire floor spaco may be
utilized to tho host advantage with tho
most modern typos available, but few
pieces of vory heavy or vory largo ma
chauery will bo givon placo. Howover,
one Bteam thrasher, a mammoth tractor,
and a largo cang plow already are on
tho ground, the J. I. Caso company of
Racine, Wis., having goncrously ten
dered the use of theso during tho ex
hibit. The tractor fills the double pur-
Soso of propelling tho thrashor and
rawing a largo gang plow.
Tho I'airbauks-Morso company also is
among the contributors, giving the use
of scales, stationarj' engines, motors, a
hydraulic saw, windmills and a centrl
fical pump. A feature of the Fairbanks-Morse
contribution will bo a
farm electric lighting system, tho elec
tricity for which is generated by a
dynamo run by a "asoliuo engine.
The Western Mollne plow peoplo
lend plows, harrowB, grain drills, gar
don soeders and a binder.
Local firms are not bohind those of
tho east in catchincr the spirit of this
enterprise. Tho Consolidated Wagon
& Machine company of Salt Lako City
and the Sidney Stevens ooncern of Og
den and other local Arms each will do
nate harvesting implements, seeders
and various other piocos of agricul
tural machinery aa soon as tho exhibit
opens. Mr. Humphreys feols that the
courtesy of these business houses is
very commendable, some of them go-
ie's your opportunity
A place of your own
At Homefield Acres
City and country Home all Here you will Have graded
; in one. Away from the city streets, broad cement side
smoke and noise, yet only walks, shade trees, irrigat
a few minutes' ride from ing water. Deep rich soil,
business center. Excellent Best garden land in Salt
Only $13 to $16 cash down
and a like amount each month,
buys a choice half-acre.
Price $640 to $800 each
Raise your own fresh vege- This fertile soil has pro
tables. Have your own duced wonderful crops. It
chickens and poultry. Your will do the same for you.
spare time work will give you must do
you an independent living. vnnr nflrt
The pure country air will yUr Paft
give health to your family. This land is .going fast. Buy
A few large lotB 50 feet at today's low prices. This
frontage by 165 to 300 feet is one of the best land bar
deep for only $300 and up; gains ever offered in Salt
$6 a month and up. Lake City.
Phone Wasatch 963 or 964. Our auto will call for you.
nball & Richards
58 Main Street. "Laud Merchants." Salt Lake City, Utah
l The money yon are paying for rent "will buy you a
I modern, handsome bungalow in Salt Lake's finest 1
Ninth East and Tenth South Streets. I
I "Wo will build for you and you can pay for your home I!
I "like rent." Several, handsome residenees now under 1
I construction. Big building lots in Marlborough Placo g
1 Hoffman Bros. Loan & Trust Go. 1
I 22 East First South Wasalch 244 I
Ing to Tflst trouble and. conBidernble
oxpenso to accommodate tho college.
ITor example, the J. I. Case people
shipped their pieces from tho factory
and delivered them at tho door of the
mechanic arts building at a cost to
them of about $300. All give tho use
of machinery free of charge.
Actual demonstrations "will be given
on the college farm with such of theso
implements as it is. practicable so to
use, such as tho tractor, plows, harrows,
dynamos, motors, etc. In tho caso of
all pieces, tho good or bad points of
each will bo discussed for the benefit
of visiting farmers, with the object in
view of educating them as to what they
should look for and what they should
avoid in buying a piooo of machinery.
While this larm implement exhibit
will be open to the public throughout
tho yeart it of courso will be of great
est service during the great agricul
tural college round-up in January and
February, when hundreds of people will
flock to Logan to take advantago of
tho special courBea and activities agri
culturally, that tho colloge offers to tho
public. 'Altogether this state institu
tion can be congratulated for being
ablo to secure for the benefit of tho
tillors of the soil this educative enter
prise, and the mechanics arts depart
ment and Mr. Humphreys Burely morit
LOOSE BY COURT
NEW TORK, Oct 4. Hermann Oel
rlchs, millionaire law Btudent at Colum
bia university, was discharged In police
court today when arraigned on the charge
of stabbing Lucille Singleton, daughter
of a Texas mlno owner.
The case against young; Oelrlohs was
dismissed at the request of Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Jame3 O'Malley, to whom
Mlf-s Singleton confessed yesterday that
there was no basis for hor previous decla
ration that Oelrichs had stabbed hor.
"It must be comforting to the com
munity to know that we have a district
attorney who will save from further hu
miliation and protect the Interests of an
Innocent man accused of crime," said
Magistrate Krotel, In discharging Oel
richs. "Here Is another proof of tho ne
cessity of careful scrutiny of human mo
tives, especially in cases of this charac
ter. It Is terrible to contomplate that a
respectable person should bo mado to
suffer like this at the hands of anothor
who may bo for the moment under the
lnfluonco of intoxicants. There is little
or no satisfaction In an expression of re
gret by the accuser, save thab It spoils
Quick Help to Backache and Rheuma-'
The man or woman who wants quick
help from backache and rheumatism
will find it in Foloy Kidney Pills.
They act bo quickly and with such
good effect that weak, inactive kid
neys that do not keep tho blood clean
and free of impurities aro toned up and
strengthened to healthy, vigorous ac
tion. Good resultB follow their use
promptly. Schramm-JohnB on, Drugs,
"Tho Nevcr-Substitutors,-' fivo (5)
good stores. (Advertisement.)
"With Nov Company,
Alexander W. (Jhristunsen, formerly
of Tracy Loan and Trust company, will
be found in futuro with Itooklidge In
surance and Loan company, 416 Keanis
Eczema and Itching Cured.
Tho soothing, healing medication in
Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment pono
trates every tiny poro of tho skin,
clears it of all impurities stops itching
instantly. Dr. Hobson'a Eczoma Oint
ment is guaranteed to speodily heal ecze
ma, rashes, ringworm, totter and othor
unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment
is a doctor's prescription, not an experi
ment. All drugglBta or by mall, 50c,
Pfeiffor Chemical Co., Philadelphia and
St. Louis. (Advertisement.)
. THEIR PLANS PUBLIC
"WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. Details of
the tontatlvo plans suggested by the
national Republican congressional com
mittee for changes in tho apportion
ment of delegates to tho national con
vention wore mado public todRy. Tho
first plan provides that each state have
four delegates at large, and for con
gressional districts one delegate for
each district where tho voto for a Re
publican presidential elector in 1908
was not more than 40 per cent of the
total voto for presidential electors, two
delegates if the vote was from 40 to 60
per oent, and three delegates whore it
was more than 60 per cent. Tho sec
ond plan would give each state four
delegates at large and one delegato for
each 10,000 votes, or major fraction
thereof, cast for the Republican candi
date for presidential electors in 1.90S.
The third plan is just the same as tho
preceding, except that each congres
sional district shall havo at least one
delegate and there shall be two for each
congressman at large.
GREECE WILL KEEP
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 4. Her
ante Ahro Bey, counselor of the min
istry of foreign affairs, left here today
for Athens to rosuine peace negotia
tions. It is now Bald that the Btatns of tho
Aegean " lands will not be disturbed,
but that Turkey will insist that Greece
shall accept the same torms as Bulgaria
with regard to nationalities and capitulation.
Women "Who Get Dirsy.
Every woman who is troubled with
fainting and dizzy spoils, backache,
headache, weaknoss, dobility, constipa
tion or kidney troubles should ubo Elec
tric Bitters. They give relief when
nothing else will, improve the health,
adding strength and vigor from tho first
doso. Mrs. Laura Gainos of Avoca, La.,
Bays: "Four doctors had givon me up
and my children and all my friends were
looking for me to die, wlien my son in
sisted that I use Electric Bitters. I did
so, and they have done me a world of
good." Just try them. 50c and $1.00 !
at all druggists" or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen to Co., Philadelphia or
St. Loiub. (Advertisement.)
I NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Raymond -Illinois Mining company.
Principal plaoe of business. Salt Lako
City, Utah. Minos at Eureka. Utah.
Notice In hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, duly held September
9, 1913, an assessment of one-half of a
cent per share per month, for three
months, was levied on the outstanding
capital stock of tho corporation, payable
to M. B. Johnson, assistant secretary, at
room 701 Mclntyro building, as follows:
One-half cent per share, payable Im
mediately. Any stock upon which this
wseasment may remain unpaid on the
11th day of October, 1913, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless payment is made be
fore, will be sold on the 27th day of Oc
tober, 1913, to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with the coat of adver
tising and expense of sale."
One-half cent per share shall be pay
able on the 2Sth day of October, 1913.
Any stock upon which this nssessmont
may remain unpaid on the 28th day of
November, 1913, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment la made before will bo
sold on the 16th day of Decomber. 1913.
i to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with tho coat of advertising and
expense of sale.
One-half cent per share shall be pay
able on the 16th day of Ijecember. 1913.
Any ntock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 15th day of
January. 19H, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
: unless payment is made before, will bn
sold on the 31st day of January, 1914, to
pay tho delinquent assessment, together
with the coat of advertising and expense
J. C. LYNCH, Secrotary,
701 Mclntyro Building.
1 f 14-15
I $5 For 8 Hours
I Apply 8
P. J. Moron's Bam
I I 850 South 2d West
HI Bettilyon H I jjj'
B This Means. S U J
!H EVERY SHARE OF BETTILYON STOCK PURCHASED
BEFORE THE 20TH OF THIS MONTH "WILL YIELD A
1 1 Per Cent I 1
I Increase I
m 2 35 Days I
Bettilyon Home-Builders Stook Will Increase in Value I I t
m Following: the Quarterly Dividend Nest Month. 9 J
ffl The Greater Assets of the Company occasioned by its H 11 1
H rapidly growing business justifies this increase and No- MR I
H vember 25th is the date of advance. B f
fm On this date Bettilyon Home-Builders stock will jump to H jj r
gj $1.35 a share, making the sixth rise in stock values in Eg i : j
the two and one-half years of our existence. In that jj',
W time the stock has never failed to pay an increased quar- IX jj ,
j terly dividend. Only a few more weeks remain in which mi
H you can buy at $1.30 a share. 9 III I
h Investments may be made by paying cash or on our D j
H convenient monthly plan of payment. Buy Ten Shares H j r
m at $1.30 Share Pay $13.00' Cash Or $2.00 Down and D 1
H $1.00 a Month. Correspondingly attractive terms on w jjj
H larger investments. 1 1 l
1 340 anO42-r
So. Main St. "5,ooo. J f
1 Opposite Postofflco. V0 c.6?d i '
m Phones Was. 2030 jfo II I
Wo have collected some more money for our clients nnd thov have had
! It Here's their names and addresses. Read the list. You -will "know some I 13 IK
of them. 1 11 ;
Louisa F. Mills, .127 Terrace, city. Hoggan & Pitta, 0th B. and 9th So. i ti''
I Dr. J S. Sharp. Judjre bids., city. Harriett Phlllijis. Union. Utah. D Wtk
Paul Hammer. Jr.. Felt bldp., city. s. A. Kns. atty.. Continental Na- H IMV
Mrs., Emma Mathls, Price. Utah. tlonal Bank Bide., city. I ISltr.
Sixth Ave. Drugr Co.. city. h. h. Grecnsldca, 1136 South 9th I 18 ft;
Studebakcr Bros. Co., city. East Cltv. I i( Irl
Martin Mahnkcn. .137!) So. 7th F.ast. Ilvgela Ico"Co., city. J U lh
Crescent Cigar Co., city. Df ,G. H. Helndaelman, Provo, Utah. J t! Fk
L. S. Marlger. 27 W. So. Temple. Fallas, Price & Richardson, 835 Be- I 10 111
-Utn. Stales Tele. & Tel. Co.. city. cies avenuo, city. I U BP
Coulter-Adams. Seed Co., Ogden, Utah. j Qatzert & Co., Chicago, Ul. 1 fS ill
Sam'l Chrlstensen, grocer, city. Granlto Lumber Co., QranTw, Utah. S Ulh
L. M. Olson, Ephralm, Utah. Alford Bros., clothiers, Main ot, city. I Ultu
Ed Frith. 244 V. 8th South. W Llddell. Portland, Oregon. I fjllft
Employees Credit Co.. city. a W. Kodcert, 476 East 2nd Sbnth, H .
A. Li. I-Ioustcd. 1035 W. 1st South. 'clty N Bfj
Dr. W. B. Hamilton, Beaver, Utah. Samuel Schwab, olothler, Provo. Utah. li Bl
a Dr. Walter T. Husler, Lehl, Utah. MiU
m Dr. Fred Stauffor, city. nnf-
H Edgar Jones Co.. Opdon, Utah. ll lali
n Lewis Co.. 203 W. 2nd South. tDlih1
III Al's Market. 3G4 W. So. Temple. WM&5&S. II ill 6 f!
I L. Laudlo, Provo. Utah. (rP I I
1 J. M. Jolloy, Sprlnervlllo, Utah. WGm&9 Sa. i I IK
H Michael Mnuss. Murray, Utah. f&lKz&s jtollr
1 Mr3. Louise Johnson. 61 So. 6th West Hi! fr
1 J. H. Poulton. 212 W. 4th North. MM , gSWn ItlllM
Farrar & Co.. 110 W. So. Temple. jE5&ArtiFBN ilUlC
i H Sugar House More. Co., Sugar. Utah. W&&ftF&9& II HI R '
iM Amelia K, McICenna, 40 Church St. TBM?3r&fe-,fcC I5- Il '
1 1 Mamie L. Cromwell. 16 No. 5th West. WSagftTr 9 li IIS
g E. C Christiansen. Ogden, Utah. I&titr x nil H'll! '
1 Snyder & Co.. Evanston, Wyo. v ''faF SUIIt '
H HegHtod-Jensen Co., Rexburg. Idaho. Wb-'FzP if liMlf
a Houston IL E. & Inv. Co., city. W-J&- I MtUi
H Edward A. Munaoy, Ogden. Utah. VMs-t Jl 1 lilin
S J, B. Morandl & Sons, 724 So. Sth W. tf X I Mill
I I. X. L Stores Co.. city. WL, , ,r0. I 'I 111 ,!
Q New York Clothing Co., Provo, Utah. wfe U WXl
1 Dr. H. S. Scott, Walker Bank bids., I tll :
I Geo. vV?lMIHmer?' 375So.Sth West. T f ill! I
Red'1 Dovll l Storo Co.' Devils Slide. (iW!?f J& lill
1 Seymour Jacobs Co. Elko, Nov. MWWW ijlji
! MrS6 E.&J.JSyrncs? 137 No. W. Temple. M f it
H 6 C Clayton. Vermont bldg.. city. y f rMri's
I f' W. Wilson. Pure Food Mkt.. city. ISIflij
1 We!vebeen foirS kind of good work for twenty aJs- ( i
J o STo S,ffira SS oTmol'o'r
I breaks of honety exist In everybody. Write or see us. I H fill
I MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASSN.
I Sclentlllc Collectors of Honest Debts. ZlVi KUlIll I
8 ft hrt I Bonded with state of Utah for SC.000.00. ff ' (QW llfll
t H . vfv 11 Continental Nat'i Bank Bldg.. lit SJN. , l I Hill
I Pt I i 1 Salt Lako City, Utah. aJD; I H fS
I VA AJr 'J Francis G. Luke. Gen'l Mgr. JJ vSr, iKt j
.sV Jr "Some Peoplo Don't Llko Us." J JJ f
For Oononhoca and Gleet getPabst'o Okay Spcdflo.
It is the ONLY medicine which trill cure each nnd
(ivory caso. NO CASE known it hai ever failed to
cure, no matter how serious or of how Ions sian&lnir.
Result from its uso will astonish you. . J
It Is absolutely safe. prevents ctrlcture tf$ inn
wjdeonbe taken without InconvenionceiraJJoWW
and dstontion from business. PRICt '
For Sal By SCHRAMM-JOHNSOU
IPf RESTORATIVE i f
Restoros Men'i Vitality. Jj i5 i
Price 51. At all drujJOlsta. Always on ijj
hand at Schramm-Johnaon, Druai. A i
uTh N8vr-Subtltutor," five (9) J Jjj P
aood itoret. Mall ordar oollaltod. A I j 1
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