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6 TRUTH I
Kjf THE CHARITY BALL.
V The charity ball, as it always is,
l was a great society event. Practic
al ially all the snobs in town were there
f and they practiced the art of snob
H bcry to the full extent allowed even
H by the laws of snobbery. "Everybody
H who was worth while seemed to b
H present" says one of the daily papers.
H It may have only seemed so, how
H'' ever. There were certainly a good
H i many there who were not "worth
f while" in any sense. Some were
B "worth while," but the other kind
H out-numbered them so vastly that it
V' was a great tax on the "worth whiles"
Hf to inakc a half-way decent average.
M The hall was decorated with taste,
H the music was good and there was
H lots of fun. Paste diamonds and
H sham jewelry were strongly in cvid
H . encc. So were "elegant" gowns which
H 1 had seen much service and been
"made over" a good many times.
H Nominal owners of automobiles ac
H quired on the installment plan were
B there in plenty and others were there
Hi who could have spent the price of ad
Hl mission more honestly by applying
Hi it on their grocery bills. But the ball
H was a success. The function netted
HJ a good deal of money which it is to
H be hoped will be used for proper pur
M poses. One of Micsc proper pur
Hl poses would be to pay the hospital
HJ nurses a reasonable remuneration for
H tl-.cir services and to make possible
M a curtailment of their outrageously
Hi long hours of service. The nurses were
U the most "worth while" people who
U attended the ball and at the same
Hi time the least appreciated.
M Dan C. Loftus, a well known and
H prime favorite with the business men
M of Salt Lake who for eighteen years
H was a trusted and valued employe of
M Brown, Terry & Wbodruff has re-
M tired from that well known firm on
H account of the sale of the business to
H new parties and the retirement of the
B old members of the company.
HJ Logan city went democratic this
H year largely because, republicans
HJ charge, of the course the Logan Rc-
HJ publican has pursued towards its
M party for the past two or three years.
HJ Republicans say it has been of much
H more services to the democrats than
HJ to its party.
H SPORTING GOSSIP.
M The U. of U. football team is in
H Boulder today, and many a Salt Lake
H football cnMiusiast is praying fervent-
M ly that the bunch of husky Salt Lak-
H crs will put a crimp into the Colora-
' doans that will make them lay quiet
m for a while. The Colorado bunch
has been squeeling unmercifully about
M not being accorded fair-play while
in Utah, hence it is our fervent desire
M that the Utah boys simply "flatten
HJ them out."
HJ Cyclone Thompson and Kid Good-
M win of Boston fought a twelve-round
H draw before the Copper Athletic club
Hh JJn Boston on Monday night.
C. S PRICE
614 McCORNICK BLOCK.
Rcxall Silver & Copper Mining
Company, principal office and place
of business, Room 614 McCornick
Building, Salt Lake City, Utah.
NOTICE: There are delinquent
upon the following described stock
on account of Assessment No. 2 of
one-half (Vi) of one cent per share
levied on the ioth day of October,
1907, the several amounts set oppo
site the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows:
Name No. No. A'mt.
Cert. Shares Due.
Calvin L. Price . 7 5000 25.00
William. V. Price .... 8 10000 50.00
Byron D. Price 9 5000 25.00
James Beck 10 5000 25.00
William V. Price ....13 3000 15.00
C. S. Price 14 8000 40.00
C. S. Price 15 .10000 50.00
Maud H. Odell 30 1000 5.00
D. M1. Conklin 31 50 .25
S. Sanderson 33 1000 5.00
W. L. Harwood 34 1000 5.00
John Hodson 42 14000 70.00
C. A. Amusscn 45 500 2.50
A. Prichard ....49 300 1.50
James Miller 51 2500 12.50
Mamie Price 55 5000 25.00
Mamie Price 56 5000 25.00
Grace Price 64 100 .50
Wm Morgrcn, unissued 75000 375.00
D. A. Sanderson, " 9000 45.00
C. S. Price, " 10000 50.00
And in accordance with law and
an order of the Board of Directors
made on the ioth day of October,
1907, so many shares of each parcel
bf such stock as may be necessary
will be sold at public auction at the
office of the secretary, Room 614
McCornick Building, Salt Lake City,
Utah, on the 2nd day of December,
1907, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
to pay the delinquent assessment
thereon, together with costs of ad
vertising and expenses of sale.
C. S. TRICE,
Secretary Rexall Silver & Copper
Mining Company, Room 614 McCor
nick Building, Salt Lake City, Utah.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District, in and for Salt Lake
County, State of Utah.
John T. White, plaintiff, vs., Thom
as Thomas, defendant.
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 9th
day of December, A. D 1907, at 12
o'clock, noon, of said date, all the
right, title, claim and interest of said
defendant of, in and to the following
described real estate, to-wit:
The west eighty (80) rods of the
cast one hundred and twenty (120)
rods of the southeast quarter of Sec
tion 29, Township one south, range
two west of Salt Lake Meridian, sit
uated in Salt Lake County, State of
Purchase price payable in lawful
money of the United States.
Dated at Salt Lake City this 15th
day of November, A. D., 1907.
C. FRANK EM,ERY,
Sheriff of Salt Lake County, State
By T. L. IRVINE,
E. A. WALTON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
At tho City Park track in New Or
leans, last week, Dan Patch, the
champion pacer, went a mile in 2:01,
which would indicate that the "old
boss" is still a long ways from being
a back number.
IF YOU'LL REMEMBER I
the fact that Castle Gate and Clear Creek Coal contains about 94
percent of volatile matter and fixed carbon, you'll understand why
it is to your advantage to use it.
There's economy and satisfaction in every pound of it. Why
not burn it? J
UTAH FUEL COMPANY
DOOLY BLOCK, CITY.
Red Lion Cigars arc good and the
price is moderate.
Wilson Whiskey, that's all.
RIEGER & LINDLEY,
The Whiskey Merchants.
of the Dollars and later they will take care of you.
Fortunes have been made and lost in a minute's time because one
man had what the o'hers did not have a little ready cash.
The man who never has a dollar laid away for the rainy day is a
slave, for he is constantly under the bondage of those who have
You can make a success of saving by starting a small account.
You will be surprised to see it grow.
Utah Savings and Trust Company
4 Per Cent on Savings. ?
We will move into our new building about November 15th, 1907.
Independent 4 1 fj J J ) A L Bel1 Phone
Phone M W i TMylJb'4f No. EXCHANGE
No. 227 Calls all J ZHxLx 22--Colls all
Depa tments Departments
Holiday Sale of Trimmed Hats
Beautiful, graceful models handsomely trimmed with ribbons, plumes,
wings, buckles, etc all right up-to-date kinds we've been selling at
$10.00 each. Choose Monday and week at only $4.50