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VJs Tllh ttASTKfttf UTAH AMOOAXE, TIIUIWDAY, JAN. no. 1018 ftl
j BR. QOETZMAIS
MMMor to Dr. Thome. Examl
. and estimate rroo Office
'' IBnmerclal and Savings Dank.
Squalled For Storage.
HPut of Steaming and
S DM Heating Qualities.
) iwndent Goal & Coke Go
Hybincs, Konilwortli, Utah
, 3W1 Ollkes, Newhouse Itldir ,
1EALT ljAKE CITY
Jlc, and Tide Wait
jHFor No Man
VtTWi. slowness and uncertainty
IwWbiuI trnlns has formed In
Mfjitgoplo the commendable Jinblt
VlSlLonc Distance Tolophono
Rioy want something In n
HyyBKor ratcn ask local exchange
frssJJlKAHTKlt.V UTAH TKI.l
Hk i'iioni: co.
flH Manufacturer of
lk of All Kinds ;
jUBy"'1 u'hito n,id ud)
UMrd adjoining thu Don- ,'
rMnd Hlo Urnndo Ilnllrom!
iui jHisaimy on tho loutli. thrco ',
Ms oast of dopot. Otflco
t fttglsomc, corner Main and ,'
MskWcuitrs (Jlvcn niul Price
, fiffiotcd On Application. 1 1
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FURNISHED ROOMS :
s 1 M, nd :
j A?r,r,l,,ni! Now Ncat and
Jt J JtClenn nnd tho Ilost tho 4
' $M Mnrko Affords.
I" ias Building, Price,:
b, Rooms, 25, 50, :
o of tho Mlntnu Camps
d Transients Oonerally
IZURA HIGASHI, :
If OAMi FOR A CAIUUAaN
'jBlW promptly anawored when-
fSjJiu chooso to make It. It you
'MAIto catch a very early train or
Mfgjory lato ono you con have a
"BfSoNKEK lilVKAV IJAIIN
OSSr Olson, Mgr., Prlro, Utoli,
LAMBS DROP DOWN
ABODT FIFTY CENTS
Other Grades of Mutton Rule Around Twenty
Five Lower With Plenty of Young
Steers Among Offers.
Correspondence Tho Advocstc.
KANSAS C1TV, Mo., Jan. 25.
Cattto received hero this week 40,
300, last week 39,800, namo week
last year 34,400 head. Fed cnttlo
Bold slightly lower tho first of tho
week, but there lias not been much
chnngo ulnco Tuesday. Htock cat
tle and feeders hnvo declined twon-ty-flvo
to forty cents from tho high
tlnio last wcok. Movement to tho
country has been very freo at tho
reduced rates, farmers nnd feeders
from wkloly separated districts hav
ing nvnllcd themselves of tho chanco
to sccuro farm anlmnls worth tho
monoy. Killers hnvo bought moro
notlvoly this week. Tho various
grade of foil ntoors nro soiling
closor loRother than heretofore,
$7.00 to $8.36 taking nbout nil of
thorn. Within this range feeder
buyers are competitors for cattle up
to $7. CO. Most of the country In
quiry, howetcr, Is for stock firsdtw,
which noil at n range of 5.7S to
$7.60. The latter price U for funey
anlmnls, tlmre bolne plenty of good
growth)- nnd useful ouiik uteorn
to bo hud at IC.2R lo $7.00. Thu
highest market authorities in the
country nro ngrood that It will be
five to seven yenrs beforo cnttlo pro
duction In this country will begin to
npproxlmnto thu demand for beef.
Tho most simple obserntlons will
convince any ntockmnn Hint thc)
conoluslona nro loglcnt, and It cer
tainly seems to bo an opportumt
tlmo to engogo In cnttlo production.
Colorado feeders hnvo sold tows
hero Uils week at $6.r0 to fG.GO,
steers up to $7.70. Quamntlno
meal fed steers bring $C80 to $7.3C
Hheep this week hero 40,000, last
week 44,000, same wcok lust year
29, COO head, limbs droppod down
thirty to fifty conts this week and
other gradiit of mutton about n
quarter lower. Ilepalr work has
been started, ami prospects favor a
light run next woek, with Jilglior
prices. Unit lambs today $8.7C,
yearlings $7.50, wethers $C.7C, vkm
Itullng On Hhlpiii'"t.
K. W. McClure, necrotnry of tho
National WooJgrowurs' aiMoclatUu,
says thnt tho reports from Washing
ton, 1). C, rulatlvo lo tho refusal of
tho Interstate commerce commission
to make reparation for shipments
were wrong. Tho coinmUilon, ac
cording to MrCluro, ruled that rep
aration should not bo mndn on kIiIji-
he mm COME
I'niiiiliutit IihIitii lluuitor OImih
jMtlnt Aciulcjny IN'oplo.
Hev. Thumaa Nicholson, corre
sponding nocrotnry of tho board of
education of tho Methodist Kpuico
pal church, wax oxpectod in l'rlco
last Monday. Ir. Nicholson's of
flco bt In New York City. He wn
In tho Wmt vtsttlne thu ImttUutlotm
of lenrnlng which nro under tho pat
ronngo of his church, nnd inspect
ing tho educational conditions as re
lated to church work. Ho is con
wldoretl ono of the nblo and grow
ing youngor men of hU donomLnn
tlon, nnd Jit noted for executhu nbll
ity and taholartthrp, besidM being u
publlo spwikor of veracity and of
Tho mission of Itov, Nicholson in
l'rlco was to Inspect tho acadomy
bore, and, from correspondence with
him, it was roajtonnblo to hupjhwu
he would have recommended some
flnunclal aid nt l'rlco. I'rltwljml
Kcrrl of tho uoailomy, however, re
ceived a telegram from thu gentle
man lust Hutu relay that he was call
ed back to Nov, York City unex
pectedly. His fccrmon ut Miff church,
Halt Uiko City, for lust Hurulny was
also colled off.
Ho missed n "doggone" good
thicken suppor whloh was to have
Ihhhi soniHl by tho ludliw of the
MAih uimii:iiH wn.i. ti.v.
This Is nn age of groat discover
ies. Progress rides on thu nlr.
Boon wo may so Undo Bum's mnll
carriers flying in nil directions,
transporting mall. I'eoplo talto n
wondorful Intorest In n dlscovory
that boneflts thorn. Thnt 'a why Dr.
King's New Dlscovory for coughs,
colds irnd othor throat and lung dis
eases Is tho most populnr medlaluo
Id Amorlca. "It cured mo or a
droadful cough," wrltos Mrs. J. P.
Davis, Stloknoy Cornor, Mo., "nftor
doctor's troatraont and all other
remedies had failed." For coughs,
colds or any bronchial nffoction It's
unoqualod. Price fifty cents and
$1.00. Trial bottle froo at all doal
Crystal Brook Whisky Quaker
Maid Ityo the two best over sold
In Price only by J, 11. Forrestor nt
tho "Q. P." Ask for theso popular
monta made previous to March 21st.
Hcnaralton shall bo made, however,
on all of tho shipments mndo bo
twoon Mnrch 21st and Juno 1st, nnd
this Includes practically all of tho
wool crop of Utah. An tho rail
roads dealt only with tho shippers,
they and not tho woolgrowctt will
WATCH THE WEATHER
ItnllliHid nnd Construction (Amiuii
Ich Vvnr January Tlm.
Utah Construction company nnd
1 high officer of tho Denver nnd Hlo
Ornnde are carefully watching tho
weAthor condition every dn not
thai the prewHit wenther Is to their
IMttng, but they nro hoping tho
usual JnntMry thaw does not coins,
but rather 4 hat the present weather
will coMlnite for some time, has
Jsnturday's Halt 1mI Telexram.
Tlild may wmhh like an odd ittnte
mont, when It (s conslilereil the
amount of work that is to be done
Ion the nisln line of the milrond
'company this year, but the contrac
tors nnd railroad officials believe
that If the prwwnt weather condt
'tlons prevail for two or three woka
lunger, without thu usual onrly
thaw, there will Iw but little trou
ble from weather conditions later
As soon as the weather will por
jmlt tho Utah Construction company
'will commence operations with
I twenty big steam suotols and u
forco of not loss than n tlrouwinil
i men nnd two hundred teams for tho
mow detour track of the company
lot or Holdlur Hummlt.
At tho name time the company
'will resume work on tho doublu
tracking of tho main Unu In Kastern
uixi:tvi:itH ahi: nami.ii.
DKNVCIt, Colo., Jan. 25. Col. I).
U. Dodgo and 8. M. Perry were ap
pointed roeolvont for tho Donver
Northwitcrn nnd Paelffo today by
United State District Judgo UtwU.
Tho rocotvnrshlp was Instituted on
petition of the Hunkers' Trust com
pany of Now York.
I'lsniMT Kooflelil Hock Tender of
lloiiilt Notoriety Hnt Up.
Carl Klodelhuch or Wnrr, "tho
human bomb" who terrorized tho
contrnl police station nt ios An
geles, Cain., sovoral months ago,
whon ho ontored It carrying nn in
fernal machine nnd calmly announc
ed thnt ho intended to blow every
thing to "kingdom come," was con
victed lawt Haturdny by n Jury on
tho charge of having deposited dy
namite in an Inhabited placo.
The conviction ended Hlodolbach'p
second trial, tho flrat having re
sulted In a dtangreomont. llledol
buch, who wan pronounced snno by
nllonUts, considered tho proceedings
to laugh uU All during his trial ho
"Joshed" policemen nnd detectives
who testified against him.
Illodolbnch'a mother resides nt
Halt Lake City. Ho horded sheep
In Carbon and Kmory countliM ubout
flftoen yoars ago, nnd waa quite well
known to many old timers nt 8co
fleld nnd Colton.
ItKKTIUlM.VtJ ()UUi:il IIV
JUDOi: MOIKIA.V AT I'ltOXO
PKOVO, Jan. 24 Judge Morgan
yesterday Usuvd n temporary re
straining order In tho coso of A. 8.
Voorluwu vs. Georgo T. Judd, sher
iff, to rentraln tho sale of tho pro
orty of tho Unltod 8Uite Ozokerite
compnny in RpiuiUh Fork Canyon
under Judgment In favor of plain
tiffs In tho coso or Miles nnd Hall,
trustee, vs. the United States Ozo
kerite company, In whloh A. 8. Vor
heos la nn Intervenor and was given
it Judgment for labor by Judgo
llootlt agnhisl tiu ozokerite com
pany, nnd In which Judge Morgnn
has granted dofondnnta it now trial.
M1W. WITCH IJU DKMVHltH
UTAH'S UtiKCTOUAIi VOTK
WABHINOTON, D C, Jan. 24.-
Mrs. Margaret Zone Wltcher of Halt
Lake City arrived this morning with
the Utah eleotoril vote which was
deposited In thu offtw or t It te
president this morning HUc will
leave tomorrow for home For et
ln us mossonger she will It paid
twenty-five conts a mile one way
for every mllo traveled between
Salt Lako City nnd Washington
CHHONia CONSTIPATION CUltHD.
"Flvo years ago I had tho worst
case of chronic constipation I over
knew or and Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver TabloU curod mo,"
writes B. F. Fish, Brooklyn, Mich.
For sale by all dealors. Advt. '
THOSK WHO OWN PltOPKHTIIM
AND WHATH IK)IN(.
Salt IjU City llnikernge llouw
Ivm In Detail Koine lioenl ll
ry Nt (iiniernlly Known Utah
Fuel tiiany lllggext PnMlucor
nnd largest if IncotixiniUifLt.
In a lenghty market lottor tho
brokeraKo firm of W. H. Chllds &
Co., Sfllt Lake City, review tho
coal mUrlng properties and Intor
et of Utah for tho Information of
investors especially and tho public
genorall Many details not gencr
ally known nro gone Into The firm
states that Utah Fuel compnny Is
owned and operated by the Dener
and Hlo Ornnde railway Interests
Capital stock, one hundred thousnnd
shares, nil Jwtued, of a pir value of
a hundred dollars llonds outstnnd '
Ing. $1,000,000 lt I'Uh properties
comtist of flt mlnett and a coking
plant, towns, railroads and stores '
The Im dltldend made pubHc wns!
paW In 1911, and amounted io J .
R00.0OO it itwm i1M wwj mn 4
Colorndu Total acres ne hi t'loli.
U.f'en. of which some throe thous
nnd aero hno beojj worked out
The iMtmlued tonnng Is itsttmated
mioMrkUy Hi 114,70,000 tons, i
daily imxluctlon, 8300 tons: 1012
output, l,nsi,784 Ions.
Cimtld Valley Intereils. .
Castle Valley Coal comiwn) Vlr-1
tuall) nil of U 923,800 tauod
slinreii. out or nn nuthorked oapttnl
or HOO.000 shares, wore purchased
hurt )fnir by the United Mates Smel
ting:. Ittflnlng nnd Mining comp.iny,
through a holding company, tho
Utah company, ror $2.60 a share
The par value Is five dollars n sl ire
On million of first mortgngo C per
cent convertible bonds, running llf
teon j ears, havo been Insuixl and
ten cents U sot nsldo rrom every
ton mined o rotlro the bonds In
ml ill tlon to four thousnnd acres of
coal land, the Castlo Vnlley owns
twelve hundred ncres of ngrlcutturnt
land with water rights, tho town of
Mohrlnnd, Castlo Valley railroad,
Mohrland Mercantile coinpnny, Wes
tern Fuel company or Salt Lake
City and tho Wostorn Pacific Fuel
company, San KrancUco. It how an
estimated tonnago of 00,000,000 un
mlned, a dally capacity or twenty
Tlvu hundred tons, nnd produced
last year 210,396.
Ccuwolldatfld Fuel compnny All
Htock owned by tho United States
Smelting, Refining and Mining com
pnny. Capital, 2,000,000 shares, par
one dollar, only l.KOO.OOO shares is
sued. Purchase price waa $1.C0 n
share; $600,000 bonds outstanding.
Owns 3000 acres of coal land, with
nn estimated tonmigu of 70,000,000.
Productive capacity, .1001) a day.
Output In 1912 was 319.777.
Hlack Hawk Coal company An
other United States property, pur
chased from the tale David Kcclo
and onsoclates. Thirty thousand
share, nil Usucd, Par value flvo
dollars. llonds, $200,000. Owns
fourteen hundred acres, with nn es
timated tounngu or 20,000,000. Pres
ent dally cupucUy n thousaud tons.
Production in 1912 was 00,970 tons.
Cawtlo Onto Coal company Own
ed by United Stntou company. Him
100,000 shnros, par Mo dollars,
16,000 ItMiiml. No bonded Indebt
edness, its thrco hundred and
twenty ncres are believed to contain
about 3,600,000 4ons of coal. It him
bwm shipping some fifty tons a day
nnd is in process of development.
Independent Coal nnd Coko com
jinny A Utah company, with 1,
160,000 shnrte, all Issued. Par one
dollar. llonds, $120,000. Owns
2428 ncres or pMontcil ground nt
Konllworth, nlso town nnd railroad.
Its (minified coal U ostlmntod nt
137,000,000 tons Production isipii
c4y In iota, 3000 tons dully. Pro
d notion last year, 401,310.
Araorlcan Fuel company-- Has re
eeutly completed Its own railroad
and established mining town or Nos
len in (I rand county, where u ownn
twelve hundritil uertm ot coal land
and had dovoloped a cnpacltj of h
thousand torw it day. It shipped
,uy u fw hundred tons in 1912. '
Xtovk, 1,000,000 shares, nil Issuod. '
Ilondwt lor $326,000. Par valua or
Spring Canyon CmI eompany
rounded by Jess Kn4lu ut Utah, '
on olghtoen hundred neres or land
in Cnrbon county. Owns railroad
and townsite. Capital Mock, 1,000,-
000 shares, par, ten cents, only
600,000 lssiiod Nn lnnd Coal '
underKrouml is wtlmatd m 64,- !
000,000 tons In five vein. Produc- (
Ing CHpacUy, a thousand ton n day. i
National Fuel coinpsii) Now be- '
ing financed Ono million share '
and $600,000 bonds have bu auth- ,
orlzeil. Will own n thousand uoros i
In Carbon county, with nn outlmated
ooal content or seventy million tons, '
llomU ror .i railroad to tho ml no
aro offertnl In connection with the
can! bonds. Tho railroad Is to bo i
roprosonUxl by rifteen thousand '
School supplies in large or small '
quantities. Advocate Publishing Co, ,
Advt. x ,
Hecr, being largnly ucd m n ) M
tAblo IfOTcrnge, Is Uirmforo a ', H
dally drink, nnd ono of (lie ne- '
ccfMlties of lire. H
Tlio moro iicrfcct the Im-r, Uo !' ' M
KreoU'r Hn nutriment and tunic ' H
0UR1LD GERMANil I
U ii fiMMl drink of Uie highest H
iinllly and purit). H
It combiner tlioso denlmbln qunll H
ties or lielnit pleiislnjr to Uie H
tnito ami juitlsfjltig (o Urn nppe- ,
Tho ery nnttiiv of "Old Ocrniaa t H
loiger" renders It n rnrorlta '' H
ocr)lirf. Doctum MfiiDimend ) H
Order n enne toiln) from )(ur 'i H
ilmter Mlllnrlcli ,M Co. H
Salt Lake City ;i I
Halt lnhe Clt), Utah. 1 M
Hmoko I.Iks Pride cigar, J W
Medium, maker dt
EASTERN UTAH FURMTURE AND
Kmbalmlng and Shipping
; O.S- Harris ;
', Kvery thing In 'i
;i Concrete i
j! PHICB, UTAH j!
!j aa ;
Kstlmntes on Ilulldlngs, Walks '
i ) and all Kinds of Contracts ' i
Choerfully Furnlshod. Modern '
) Machlnory and Methods. ',
The Elite Bar ; H
Miles lliilldlnu M
Nntbliig linlidlcJ but Um
ter' tx-ot I H
FINK OI.D WHIHKHYS M
lHTi:itN lti:i:itH and M
KIJV WIMT CIOAHS. H
Hlglit )e4ir old Cetlnr llrook ' IH
IIoiiiIhiu mid eight year old , ' jH
,' Mount Vernon Ityo nerved ex- ' isillllllll
climUcly over this liar. H
A share of tlio patronage J H
of the public solicited. Phono , ' H
Hilt nod c Mill deliver tho ' H
' gtHMls. H
! CHARLES AVERILL H
left rno with a frightful cough wd
uryweak. I had spells when 1 could ,H
hardly btcntho or speak for 10 to 20 flH
minutes. My doctor could nothrJp ,H
mo, but I was completely cured by lM
DR. KING'S 'M
Mrs. J. IX Coz, Jollct, 111. M
SOo AND 81.00 AT ALL DBUOQISTS. H
Office nnd school supplies. As-- ,
vocnto Publishing Co. Advt.
i EMBROIDERY SILKS I
A particularly nice display of Braincrd B
& Armstrong wash embroidery silks. B
Also a nice Tine of pieces for working, ji,
Come in and we will gladly show H
you our line. Everything in up to 11
date millinery, notions and ribbons. H
Bessie Kennedy M
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