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President Sends Special
Message With Report of
Conference
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Washington Feb 15The presi
dent sent a special message to con
gress transmitting the report ot the
conference on the care of children It
i follows
On January 25 2C 1009 there as
sembled in this city on my invitation
a conference on tne care dependent
children To this conference there
i came from nearly evpry state in the
i Union men and women actively en I
t gaged In the care of dependent chil I
dren and they represented all the
leading religious bodies
The subject considered is one of
E high importance to the wellbeing of
I the nation The census bureau reported
ported in IDOfthat there were in or
I phanages and childrens homes about
t 93000 dependent children There arc
i probably 50000 more the precise
number never having been ascertain
rI ed in private homes either on board
t or In adopted homes provided b > the
P generosity of foster parents In ad
> ition to these there are 25000 chil
dren In institutions for juvenile de
linquents
Each of theso children represents i
either a potential addition to the pro i
ductive capacity and the enlightened
+ citizenship of the nation or If allow i
ed to suffer from neglect a potential I
addition to the destructive force of the
community The ranks of criminals
i I and other enemies of society are re
cruited In an altogether undue pro
portion from children bereft of their
i natural homes and left without sufficient
ficient care
The interests of the nation are in
i volved in the welfare of this army of
children no less than in our great ma
terial affairs I
Notwithstanding awide diversity of
views and methods represented in the
varying legislative enactments and I
I policies of the states from which the
I members came the conference at tho i
lore of its sessions unanimously
adopted a series of declarations ex
pressing the conclusions which they
had reached These constitute a wise
constructive and progressive program
childcaring work If given full effect
b the agencies existing
fect by proper ag ncles I
methods and practices in almost every
community would be profoundly and
advantageously modified
More significant even than the con
tents of the declarations is the fact
that they were adopted without dis
senting vote and with every demon
slratlgn of hearty approval on the part
of all present They constitute a
standard of accepted opinion by which
each community should measure the
adequaacy of its existing methods and
to which each community should seek
to conform Its legislation and Its prac
tise
ThOUSAND
DOLLARS
AN HOUR
Received by San Francisco
Milliner for apse
Imprisonment
I
San Francisco Feb 15A thous I
and dollars an hour for seven hours I
spent In jail was the compensation j
awarded Mrs Annette Hartsell a lo
cal milliner today by the jury which
has heard the evidence in the 25000
damage suit brought by Mrs Hart
sell against John D Murphy repre II
sentative of a Chicago wholesale firm
Mrs Hartsell was arrested in 19U6
on a complaint by Murphy charging I
her with securing a bill of goods
from him under false representations i
She spent seven hours in jail The I
complaint was dismissed 1 and Mrs
Hartsell filed suit for damages result
Ing from false Imprisonment asking
25000 The jury awarded her 7000
The fact that Mrs Hartsells picture
appeared In local papers with a num
ber written across It showing that
It came from the police rogues gal
lery particularly impressed the jury
Inclining them in the womans fa
vor
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
CLOSED H I S
DEfENSE
IN SUET
Mrs Lemp Will Testify in
Rebuttal Today Former
Servant Appeared
i
St Louis Feb 16 William J
Lemp Jr closed his defense today
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in the suit filed by his wife Mrs Lil
lian Handlan Lemp for divorce Mrs
Lemp will testify in rebuttal tomor
row Besides Lemp today former
and present servants In the Lemp
household appeared for the million
aire
Miss Rosie Sachsberger a former
servant testified that after Mrs Lemp
locked her husband out of his room
he walked the floor all night as the
guest room was not prepared for
sleeping Miss Sachabergor said that
after Mrs Lemp telephoned her hus
band had choked her and thrown her
down stairs she looked af Mrs Lemp
but could see no bruises However
Mrs Lemp was much excited and
gritted her tooth
Mr Lomp testifledT that he objected
to his wife wearing lavender con
stantly and approved a newspaper ar
ticle which first described his wife
as the Lavender lady He continued
to live with his wife for more than a
year and a half after the finding of
the Dear Little Pal letter written
by her
Edwin Lemp a brother of the de
fendant testified that in 1006 while
Mrs Lamp was lathe east his broth
er entertained his sisterinlaw Mrs
A II Handlan and Mrs Hattie IQvill
at the Lemp house for a short time
He said Mr Lemp accidentally upset
a table containing some bottles but
that there was no singing
This was Intended to offset testi
mony on behalf of Mrs Lemp that dur
ing her absence her husband was In
the habit of entertaining parties ot
women at their home and that they
drank and sang on one occasion over
turning a table
Sill LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
PROJECTED ROAD
GETS CONCESSION
Zion Office of Mexican and American
Concern Receives Good News
Salt Lake Feb 15 That the Mexi
can and American Holding Improve
ment company of Salt Lake City has
been granted a concession to build a
railroad through the states of Oaxaca
Guerrero Michocan and Colima
through one of the richest agricultu
ral mining and timber districts in the
Mexican republic was made known
today when Jose Castello president of
the Mexican senate and one of the
most influential men in Mexico re
ceived horn President Diaz the official
document granting the concession
Senor Castello is acting as the Mex
ican representative of the Utah com
pany and is one of the directors in
the corporation which was formed In
this city last August The line of rail
road purchased already extends be
tween tho cities of Oaxaca and Ejutla
a distance of 45 miles and the conces
sion extends along the Pacific coast
and into the interior of tho states
mentioned a distance of between SOU
and 1000 miles At least three of the
finest ports on the Pacific side of the
country are tobo tapped namely
those of Acupulco Manzanillo and Sali
na Cruz The country extending along
the concession is remarkably rich in
timber consisting of thousands of
acres of pine and oak In the higher al
titudes and mahogany walnut ebony
and cedar and other hardwoods on tho
lower levels
Judge G W Bartch who is general
counsel for the holding and railroad
company said this rooming that the
enterprise was the best Industrial
project he had over had any expel
I MR E HSOTHERN WHO WILLPLAY A THREE NIGHT ENGAGEMENT AT THE SALT LAKE
THEATER THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DEOEMBER 1819 AND 20
fence with find the tracts to be open
ed through the tow Mexican stale
offer opportunities for colonization
rarely found in any other country
The raining timber and agrIcultural
possibilities of these states arc unllm
Iced said the Judge and I first made
n trip through the country In the ca 7r
pacity of attorney for a New York I
party who is interested In the present I
organization and I became deepl 1m
pres3ed with the opportunities offered
for energy and capital In the southern
republic The states of Guerrero and
Michocan are now practically wltu
out means of transportation and
therefore these sections hav9 not been
developed to any considerable extent
Their methods agriculture e and min
Ing i are very crude and their only
means of transportallng goods from
one section to another is by meant
of the primitive burro or ox cart This
will all be changed with the advent of
the railroad and the vast riches or
countries through which the road
passes will bo opened up
The company receiving Die conces
sion Is composed chiefly of Salt Lake
and eastern men The company was
I capitalized at 1000000 divided Into
300000 shares of the value of 10 each
There will also be a number of sub
sldlary companies The president or
the company Is Captain E A Seeley
who was formerly in charge of the line
of steamships between Seattle and
Nome Alaska and also conducted a
transportation line from Portland
Ore down the Columbia river to As
toria
The first vice president of the com
pany Is Senor Jose Castello of Mexico
City Senor Castello has been instru
mental In exploiting the resources or
his country In more ways than one
and has always favored the coming
into the country of American capital
1 and energy for the development of the
resources of the land
The second vice president of the
I company is Joseph Kimball of this
city who was largely instrumental in
the formation of the company antI
bringing about Its success up to the
I present time The sccrotarytreasur
or of the company is Roswell E
Brlggs now located In Mexico City an
engineer of prominence The above
gentlemen together with T W Di
mond of Taylor > lIIe Charles A Ham
llton another noted engineer and
Judge G W Marten form the dlrcc
torate
THOMAS F COLE
I COLEUS OF GIROUX
Informal Remarks Made by Well
Known Capitalist at Recent
Meeting
I
There was a surprise In store for
the stockholders of the Glroux Con
solidated Copper Mines company who
tended the companys annual meet
ing this week in the shape of an In
formal talk by Thomas F Cole of
Duluth who has recently become a
big stockholder in the organisation
I on the merits of their property says
j the New York Mining Age
I made a personal examination ol
I the Ely mines of the Glroux corn
puny said Mr Cole and found the
conditions most flattering All the
workings on the 1200foot level are
now fa a carbonate ore showing 10
per cent copper and we hope to strike
the sulphides when the workings are
ont to greater depth Wo are going
to make another very thorough ex
I amination before we undertake the
I improvements we have in mind in or
der to be satisfied that wo are going
i ahead in the right direction
i We realize that we have a num
ber of problems in front of us but
we are going to handle them and over
come them as we encounter them Wo
are going to keep at It day after day
week after week and month after
month
At BIsbe In Arizona where we
me working some of the mines at
considerable depth we are handling
as much as 5000 gallons of water a
1 minute which is pumped to the sur
f lace At Ely we are going to strike
lots of water and when we do we are
not going to run away trom it but
handle It as well as control It
I About thirty stockholders attended
the meeting A new set of bylaws
I wfp adopted to conform to the regu
lations of the state of Delaware
where the companys charter was se
cured It developed at the meeting
that the new policy was to be one of
retrenchment In every place where a
I saving could be completed The New
York office will be done away with
I and hereafter all the corporate busi
ness of the company will be trans
acted either at Duluth or at Wilming
ton The new bylaws provide that the
annual meeting Is to be held at Du
luth and this section of thp laws gave
Iso to considerable discussion among
trie stockholders The point was
taken that few if any of the stock
holders could attend a meeting at Du
luth It being located pretty well
our of the beaten path of travel and
as n cpmpromlse some one suggested
Wilmington This place would have
proved acceptable until some stock
holder raised the objection that there
were no accommodations in the town
to care for the stockholders If they
all decided to attend the meeting
Chicago was agreed on as a more cen
tral point but when it was demon
strated that to hold such a meeting
would require the company opening
111 office for the entire year the mat
ter was left to Lorren Hart and Jo
seph Cotton representing Mr Cole
Tao latter suggested that as the
management would be left to the Cole
people It would unnecessarily handi
cap them in the work they had in
v I w
It was also realized at the meeting
that the company would shortly make
efforts to list the stock on tho Doa
trn stock exchange in order to give
the stock a loanable value which is
granted to all mining stocks listed on
Hiat market An effort is also to he
m e to have nil the present outstand
ing bonds retired and converted into
stock which will save the company
something like 90000 In interest
charges this year if all the bonds arc
ictlrcd
Another interesting fact brought out
at the meeting was thai the total sum
ID be expended to plncp tho Glroux
company In shape tq make its copper
cheaply would amount to 100UQOO
The financial report submitted
showed receipts from ore sales ot
152000 receipts from first mortgage
bonds 1500000 Due from tho sale
of these bonds 572000 i cash in
bank 131771
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The new board of directors were
I
r elected in threo classes Messrs
Mimoy Sebentan and Lupton for one
I > ear E L Giroux John Sncdeker and
George F Piper for two years and T
L Giroux Thomas Cole and Joseph
Cotton for three years The direc
tors of tho GIroux Consolidated Mines
company organized by electing Joseph
1 Giroux president John U Se
I benlus first vicepresident Joseph 13 I
Cotton second vicepresident Ed
ward J Manner treasurer Frederick
R Kennedy secretary G E Giroux y
assistant secretary and Lorren M I
Hart general solicitor
At the meeting the stockholders au 1
thorized an issue of 1000000 C per
cent tenyear bonds to bo secured by I
a second mortgage on the Nevada
l property of the company Tho pro I
ceeds of these bonds together with
the funds in the treasury will give
the company a working capital ot I
bout 2000000
All the men who were recently laid
off at the property at Ely will prob >
nily be taken on again The pro
gram for the property under the new
management calls for the shaping ol
I
the mine for large production De
velopment has been done to such an
I d that delay for any material
length of time in blocking out the
I mine and putting it at production can
not be permitted without loss Be
sides the underground work there Is
ocsRsion for the doing of much work
on the surface In the way of lifstal
ling sufficient hoisting facilities track
rage etc There is also tho probability
thai before long a large four compart
hunt shaft or possibly a live compart
ment will be started In tho near vi
ciulty of the Alpha to replace the lat
ter
DEATH OF THOMAS STAYNER
Pioneer Educator Succumbs to Sud
I
den Attack of Heart Disease
Salt Lake Feb 15Thomas John
Stayner a resident of Utah since tho
early 50s died yesterday morning
rt his residence 28 Armstrong ave
nue from heart disease His health
had been somewhat Impaired fore
some time but not seriously and the
fatal attack came suddenly death oc
curing before a physician could be
called
The deceased was a native of the
Isle of Guernsey where he was born
Hine 12 1828 His parents were
Thomas Colley and Elizabeth Pill
Stayner Ho was a brother to Ar
thur and Charles W Stayner both
deceased and one sister Mrs Eliza
beth Wadman of California survives
For some time after coming to Utah
Mr Stayner taught school being em
ployed in that capacity by President
Hebcr C Kimball He also taught
in Davis county where he resided for
20iyears He was one of the early
advocates of free schools For 18
ears he was with the Walker Broth
ers having been manager for some
time of their Ogden department
Mr Staynrr Is survived by a widow
and the following children Mrs
Emily Call of Afton Wyo C F Stay
rer Mrs Lillian May Palmquist and
Mrs Ida E Evans all of this city
and Mrs Cora R Stable ot Bountiful
Tile funeral will be announced later
UBOY
BOY ISI INSTANTLY
ISINSTANTLY
KILLED BY TRAIN
Albert Kehl Aged Ten Years Meets
With Most Tragic Fate
4U
iSalt Lake Feb 16 Albert Keith son
of Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Kehl ot
S35 Fayette avenue was struck and
instantly killed by a train on the Suit
Lake Route Monday afternoon at 130
oWock at Eighth West and Ninth
South streets
I Th e boy who would have been 11
years old Thursday was going home
froth school with a number of his com
panions and they were playing near
tho railroad tracks when the train
was approaching Engineer Thomas
W Hanson saw the boys and sound
ed the engine whistle They began to
scatter when they saw the appi cach
ing train some crossing the tracks
and others running away from them
The Kehl boy evidently attempted to
cross the tracks and becoming tins
trated started to go one way and then
the other resulting in his being struck
by the engine He was thrown
through a fence by the side of the rail
road tracks and his body dropped in
the snow
OFFICERS ARE PUZZLED
OVER DEATH OF WOMAN
I
Mrs May Hedge Wood Is Dead and
Husband Is Locked Up
Salt Lake Feb 16Mrs May
Helge Wood twentyone years old
wife of Edward Wood an employe of
I the Denver Rio Grande railroad
died Monday night at 945 oclock In
a rooming house at 13 East Second
South street under such suspicious
circumstances that the police when
notified of the death several hours
after It occurred locked the husband
in the city jail pending an Investiga
tion The indications are that Mrs
I
Wood committed suicide
The circumstances arc such that
there will bo no physician to sign the
death certificate for as far as can be
learned by the police there was no
phjslclan present when the woman
diedThe
The story told by tho sister Mrs
J M Casey is that at Ii oclock Mrs
Wood was seen about the house and
a little later her mother Mrs Cat ier
ine Hedge went to Mrs Wood and
found her sitting on the edge of the
bed complaining of a headache Later
the mother returned and found her
daughter unconscious Soon after tho
husband In company with Andrew
Always Pur
Housewives can better
afford to buy
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cf Jcl0Us
Jcl0Usa
Fl vorm2 Vanilla
Lemon
Extracts Orange
L Rose ote
for they are pure and reliable
flavors have always in purity
qnd strength conformed to the
Pure Food laws
Jogenson who lives at 86 N street
wont to tho rooming house Whon in
formed of the condition of the woman
Jogensen said he was a trained nurse
and took charge of the case Fdnnd
on the floor was a small vial which
was labeled Hypodermic tablets
morphine sulphate ll grain
Later Dr C L Sandberg was call
ed and after ejcaming tho woman said
he could do nothing for her and had
to go on another case but he remain
r ed until he understood that Dr Hum
mer had been called I1n1 was on his
way Dr Sandberg left the woman in
thecare of Jogensen who informed
thedoctor that he was a trained
nurse Dr I Hummer when talked Vlth
by Detective Chase said he was not
called on the case and did not know
an > thlng about It Dr Sandberg says
ho was not present when the woman
died and will not sign the death cer
tificate
Undertaker Eber W Hall was call
ed after the woman died and took the
body to his establishment on West
Temple street The undertaker It is
said was called to take the body by
Jogenscn who also told Mr Hall that
he was a trained nurse Undertaker
Hall said that he supposed Dr Sand
berg would sign the death certificate
DONALDSONS APPEAL
IN SUPREME COURT
Salt Lake Feb 16Argument on
the appeal of James Donaldson from
the judgment of the Third district
court in entering a verdict for ap
proximately 2500 in favor of Wil
I
liam McWhlrter as the part of the 10
000 that Donaldson obtained in the
robbery of the McWhirtcr brothers In
the Antler rooming house two years
ago was heard In the supreme court
Monday morning At the conclusion of
the argument the case was submitted
Donaldson who recently began a ten
year sentence at hard labor In the
state prison for his part In the noted
rob ory was not brought In to hear
the argument 1
McWhlrter was awarded a verdict
for approximately 2000 in the lower
court as the part Donaldson got of
the 10000 stolen from him and his
brother by Donaldson and four others
and Donaldson appealed the case to
I the supreme court He was represent
ed by Samuel R Thurman James In
gcbretsen represented McWhirter
Two other cases were argued and
submitted t W White and others
appellants against N E Snell and
others and Henry Griffith against the
I justices court of Logan Griffiths is
the appellant
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WORK BEGUN ON HOTEL
Boise Ida Feb 16Thls morning
under the direction of the Schubert
Hotel company excavation was start
ed for Boises new 300000 hotel and
It is expected to have tho structure
ready for business by the first of next
January It is to be a modern hotel
in every way and will bg one of the
finest in the northwest
A
IN IMMINENT
DANGER Of
STARVN
At Alpine Tunnel Man and
Wife and Five Men
Snowbound
Buena Vista Colo Feb 15 Snow
bound at the crest of tho Continental
Divide at Alpine Tunnel on the Colo
rado Southern railroad a party or
e > T1 is In Imminent danger of star
va lon according to a party of nine
men who reached here last night at
cr a terrible struggle through the
deep snow The men who arrived
here are snow shovelers and left at
Pine Pass 13000 feet abovo tho sea
level Friday morning Ten hours
were spent in making the first six
miles as only two of the party had
COMFORTING WORDS
Many an Ogden Household Will Find
Them So
I
To have the pains and aches of a
bad back removed to be entirely free
from annoying dangerous urinary dis
orders Is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful To tell how ibis
great change can bo brought about
will proo comforting words to hun
dreds of Ogden readers
Mrs S Larson 551 27th St Ogden
Utah says My experience with
Doans Kidney Pills proved them to
be a reliable remedy I procured them
from Badcons Pharmacy and It took
less than one box to demonstrate their
curative powers 1 know of many per
sons who have used Doans Kidney
Pills with the same satisfactory results
m
sults and I gladly recommend them
For sale by all dealers Prico 50
cents FosterMilbum Co Buffalo
New York solo agents for the United
States
t Remember the name Doans and
I take no other
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t
I
Clothing Often Indicates > I
the Habits of the Man
v
No careful exacting businessman
will go shabbily clothed I
I
i f fcm
It doesnt follow however that the
man who pays the most for his clothes
is always the best dressed
4
Our clothes are modern in make mod
erate in price beside assuring exclusive
ness in pattern f
KUHNS f
Modern Clothes
EVERYBODY TELL SHOP WASH AT 2 G61r
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I I
I snowshoes The snow In places was
found to be from twenty to fifty feet
In depth and a number ot times the
ijttit party had narrow escapes from
death by anowslldcs
I According to their stories the party
at Alpine Tunnel consists of Larry
Waters and his wife who ruin the eat
i ing house and five trackmen three of
them sick They had nothing left to
eat except a limited supply of coffee
ana flour enough for about two days
and yesterdays new storm makes It
problematical when the rotary plows
will be able to open the line
I
Tipping Barred v
I A wellknown New York hostelry
has inaugurated an antigratuity pol
icy for at least the current season
The management makes official state
ment thus The servants of the
house receive full and satisfactory
compensation for their services from
the owners and are neither permit
ted to accept nor do they expect to J
receive fees of any kind from gueata of
LEGAL
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Overland Mining Milling com
pany will he held at the office of E M
Conroy 300 25th street Tuesday
March 9th 1909 at 730 p m for the
I
purpose of electing officers for the en
suing year and transacting such other
business as may come before the meet
ing A full representation is request
ed ALBERT SCOWCROFT
President
NOTICE
I
Notice Is hereby given to thoitoaic
I holders of the Amalgamated Sugar
Company that a meeting of the stock
I holders of the Amalgamated Sugar
Company will be held at the Com
panys office room 301 First National
Bank Building Ogden City Utah on
I the first day of March 1909 at llW
I oclock a m for the purpose of con
sidering and voting upon the propos
es changes and amendments to tho
Articles of Incorporation by striking
out from Article 12 of said Articles ot
Incorporation the following words
Commencing with the first Monday ot I
March 1907 and annually thereafter
there shall be held an annual moot
ing of the owners and holders of the
common stock of the corporation tor
the purpose of electing a board ot
eleven Directors and transacting such
other business as may be deemed
necessary convenient for the wet
fare of the corporation and substi
tuting in lieu thereof tho following
There shall hereafter bo held an an
nual meeting of the owners of tIle com
mon stock ol the corporation on this
second Wednesday In AprIl of each
year such meeting to be held for the
purpose of electing a board of eleven
Directors and transacting such other
business as may be deemed necessary
or convenient for the welfare of tho
I corporation
DAVID ECCLES President
HENRY II ROLAPP Secretary
Dated at Ogden Utah Feb 1st 1900
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineers Olllce Salt Lake
City Utah Jan 29 1909
Notice Is hereby given that tho
Huntsville Land and Livestock Comm
pany by its bccrelary Simon S Jon
den whose postofilce address Is Hunts
Ullc Utah has made application In
accordance with the requlYemonts ot
Chapter lOS Session Laws of Utali
1905 as amended by the Session Laws
of Utah 907 to appropriate two li
cubicfeet per second of water from
Snively flendry i
Electric Supplies
Estimates Furnished
I
All work guaranteed Wo sol
icit your patronage I
Phone 731 Bell r
2450 Wash Ave
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IIIiI
20 PER CENT REDUCTION
Monuments and Heedotoncs
MITCHELL BROS
dont pay commissions to agents
but see us Yard opposite City
Cemetery
LEGAL
Continued
Ogden River Weber County Utah
Said water will be diverted at a point
which bears north 55 degrees 22 min
utes wet 960 feet distant from tho
west quarter comer of Section 35
Township 7 north Range 3 cast Salt
Lalce base and meridian and convey
ed by moans pf a ditch and pipe line
for a distance of 5280 feet and there I
used from April 1 to August 1 Inclus
ive of each year to irrigate 100 acres
of land embraced In Section 33 Town
ship 7 north Range 3 east Salt Lako j
base and meridian This application
Is designated in the State Engineers
office as No 2070
All protests against the granting ot
Enid application stating the reasons
therefor must be made by affidavit
duplicate and flied in this ofllce with
in thirty 30 days after the complet
ion of the publication of this notice
CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Date of first publication February
9 date of completion of publication I
March 11 1909
I NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given tothe Stock
holders of the Lewiston Sugar Com
pany that a meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Lewlston Sugar company
will be held at the companys office
Room 301 FIrst National Bank Build
ing Ogden City Utah on the first
Jay of March 1909 at 1100 oclock
a m for the purpose of considering
find voting upon the proposed changes
and amendments to the Articles of In I
corporation by striking out from Ar
ticle 11 of safd Articles of Incorpora
tion tho following There shall be I
held a meeting of the stockholders of
this corporation for the hearing of re
ports and for the transaction of any
other business that shall lawfully
come before it on the first Monday if
January 1901 and annually there
after at such place at Lewieton and
at such such hour as may be deslgnat
ed In the call of the meeting and sub
stituting In lieu thereof tho following
There shall be held a meeting of the
stockholders of this corporation on tho
second Wednesday of April of each
year at the General Office of said
Corporation or at any other placo
within the State of Utah as may bo
designated in tho call for such meet
mooting
ing The purpose of said
shall be to elect a Board of nine Direct
Other
and all
ors and transacting any nn
lawfully come before
business that may
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ItC W NIB LEY President
IIFXRY H ROLAPP Secretary
Dateu Dgdcn Utah Feb 1st 1909
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I Muslin Underwear Sale
Now in Full Biasi
No maer what sale you have attended
1 I this beats them Biggest bargains ever
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