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Stevens Bill Creates
I I Sensation.
News to Many That Refrig
erator Lines Compete With
Small Shippers.
St6ps to Be Taken by Congress to
Regulate Rates and Define
Rights of Companies.
WASHINGTON. 15 CL, Jan. 16 Owing
to the publicity given It and tho discus
, I Blon excited among members f I .-ingress.
I the conference ai tho While House seems
to have had moro Immediate mornl e
I feet thai had been expected
2- Xbe question of the time f"r mi extra
p-sfloti is still btlng discussed, although
4 ' it seems that sentiment at least In the
j. Houbo Is dowly but surely tending In
- the direction of a spring special session,
t on the tlieorv that th tooner the tariff
a Is out of tho" way the better for business
and for the polltloal prospects of wfrn
i. ben
:. Members of House Stirred.
L "While it is true that the railroad sltua
IB tlon was not discussed exhaustively
v J ih.- W hite ii, .us- conference, the attention
I given to tho two subjects by the news
papers of the country for the last two or
k ihrec days lias :;iirre.l up ni''inlTf of ih
I House as nothing else could have done.
1 The Interstate Commerce committee ac
I tuallv has taken up the bill introduced by
8 Representative Stevens of Minnesota,
If making proxlslons that the Interstate
commerce law apply to private car line
owners themselves, to present full reports
Of their transactions, and punishing vlo-
lntlons of the act by tho same fines that
II lire imposed under the original Oullom
1 law
The Stevens biil way referr.-d to .' f"ib
f committee, which Includes Mr BtevenS
himself. Sherman ot X' w York. Wagner
of Pennsylvania, Adamson of Georgia and
Shacklcford of MNsourl
' In presenting this subject to the com
mitter for Immediate consideration. Rep
resentative Stevens declared recent de
velopments seemed to make II absolutely
p i . - Fonie :o I ion t" 1 " ' kin it
once to break up the power of private car
, ) iines b means of which a few private
k J corporations seemed in a fair way to
conlrol the commerce In the food products
' of the country He referred of course.
, to th testimony of Mr fctead of Boston
Gross Injustice Cited.
I This evidence made a deep Impression
k I :i,.'i tie 'M.inl'ti. mmiI upon members
of the House generally, because It dealt
, I In facts and figures and went Into details
"I as to the grows Injustice of permitting
' I owners Of private car lines to monopolize
tranaportatlon for the particular benefit
i f of their own private business,
p None ' Lxnon: taken by thi
l , i . r.- .i ' Common i iramlwlor regard
? f Ing private car lines seemed to be under-
i stood by members of Congress, but when
? this P.oston commission man told mem
bers of the committee In straightforward
? terms Just how Armour, Swift and other
1 owners of refrigerating lines used their
c-xcluslve contracts with railroads t.i
crush out small shippers and commission
merchants, a positive sensation was cre-
;-.ted in Congress.
It was news to many of the statesmen
that the big packers had pone Into the
business of transporting and selling fruits
nnd "garden pass" on their own account.
The testimony particularly stirred up
Southern men. who think they see In this
move of the packers an attempt to control
I . bsolutely the fruit business of the South.
I which In the early months of tho year
H I assumes enormous proportions, and has
been growing steadily every season
, The result of all this apitatlon preclpl-
11 taled so suddenly by the testimony of one
1 witness was the taking up of tho Slovens
HI bin without opposition ind Its reference
sj I t" a suh-commlttee which practically is
certain to present a report, because Mr
Stevens, by acting with the two Demo-
yerats from the South, easily ran control
the situation.
I'nder the bill he Introduced upon the
convening of Congress after the holiday
I recess nil of the provHlnris of the Inler
I state commerce- aci are made to apply "to
any common carrier or carriers engaged
-J nnd to any person "i pi-rsons In oopart-
Qy nershlps. Joint stock associations, or cor
porations owning or operating or both
owning ami operating private freight cars
I or any cars not owned by railroad com
i panles."
Under Control of Congress.
Mr. Stevens goes farther and speciflcal
I ly makes privai- car lines common i ir
0f riers when engaged in the transaction of
H Interstato commerce so as to place them
under control of Congress In this way
the ''in requires thai 'ii general laws
governing the service of railroad com
panies are applied to and made a part of
the obligation of prlvato car lines
I . The moat important feature of tho Ste-
i vena bill is section .:. which requires that
HJ W every private car line 111 with the Inter
state Commerce commission Its tariff
st le-rlule of mileage ..r pi-r diem r.il, s and
Separata schedule for any charges made
for facilities, furnished or service per
formed on behalf of property transported
in private freight cars They--. tariff
p'hedub.i are l ipil'-ed I" b posted up.
k iuid it is mads a violation of law for pri
vate car Urea t.. n I -my rate different
In any way lor an- B rvlee than that pro
vided for In Its published tariff
i' In the following section provision Is
w made for full reports from a private r.ir
line to tho interstate Commerce commis
sion, giving the exact mileage of every
car rate paid by each railroad, the char
acter "f the rate, and the exact amount
a of tho charge for any other service out-
Pl side of tho car Itself.
U i In Motion 6 thero Is a strong provision
forbidding the giving or acceptance of re
bates o r discriminations by a private car
line which ur" made subject to all pro-
3 visions now applicable to ordinal y r.Ul-
sw I roads.
in the concluding section Mr. Stevens
N Specifically has rendered private car Unes
Ibilile to all penalties described b tho
Interstate comm rce law ex ept, of course,
the Imprisonment feature, the repeal of
g which wiu (he Joker In the Elkins law of
. '
MUNYON, Philadelphia.
Fratornal Brotherhood.
The members and friends of the Krnternal
lirotherhoo.1 an- untlclpa"nfC a sola TUSS-
riay evenlngi when, m the I. o. O. F. belli
Mnrket street, tho Inalnllntlen ef thn new
offlcern of IBS tour lodges will lake place
The escort team from Ogdcn will be pres
ent and give a drill cholcp muleul numbi-r
will be furiilHhed by Ball Lake, Bego Lily and
Utah lodges, Supreme Vlee-PrenMenl F.mma
R. Nolillg of Loa Angeles will glvi. one of tier
chroming little chats, and the finale will be
held In the banquet hall.
Any member of tho Fraternal Bretherho'd
who falls to bring n friend to Old Fellows
hnll tiimorrow evening will deprle thot friend
of a dHlghtful experience
Salt Lake lodge No lrf held n speclol meet
ing at Us hall on Tuosuay evening lajt and
Initiated five new member. Arrangements
were completed fer the reception of Supreme
Vlce.prer.ldent Mrs. Ncldlg and the Jelnt In
stallation of offlcrs. to ho held at L O O. F.
hall on Tuesday evening. Janunry 17.
The next regular meeting of I'tah lodge No
3m of tho Fraternal Pi othrrhood will he held
ti next Friday evening In F.lectrlcal Workers'
hall. The new! -elected ofllcers of the lodge
will take chargo and there will be several In
itiations. Fraternal Visitor.
Supreme V Ico-PreMdent Ivmma It. Neldlg of
Los Angeles, who In malting a tour of tho
lodges of the Fraternal Brotherhood of the en
tire continent. Is at the Wilson Mrs. Neldlg
will glvo an Informal talk on "Modern Fra
ternallem" tomorrow night at I. O O. F. hall
to the members and Invited ruestS of the order
of which tho Is an honored officer.
Will Entertain Corps.
Mm. Jenkins will entertain the J. P.. MeKean
corps on Thursday afternoon. January 1?. at
her residence. 333 South Second East street.
F. N. G Club.
A large nnd most enjoyable meeting of the
P N. club was held at tho homo of n.r
Ilattle M Owen last Thursday Several new
application! for membership were received, and
after the transaction of all business the rne"1"
bers were entertained at an elaborate lunch by
the hostess, aialated by her sleter. Mrs M B.
Hardle A ery pleafonl sfUmOOn was spent
by all who were there Thosn present WCTO:
Hssdunei Oesir, BArtyman, Pendleton. Mck-
erswn. Owen Maroney. Showaker, Hoea. fx,
Hardle, I prer. l'lnier, Watklnw Stain Har
vev Price. FlShsr. MOOTS Melton. Morris,
Jefferles. ScllUltS, Sudhelnier. Cantwell. Durke.
Enierson. Watrous; Mis Bvs Watrous, Mes-
domes Had ley und Wren of Murray.
The Joint Installation ti be held next Tbura
day evening. Jnnuao 19. Is attiactlng a gTeat
deal of Interest In Mnconhee circles. The
Ladles nnd Sir Knights who hac be-n ap
pointed as committees for that occasion are
working hard foe the success of that vefit.
and b. sides the regular Installation w rk have
prepared a. musical programme of merit. A
banquet Will be oervetl Each member hn- the
privilege of InUtlng two guest, and those
piesent will, without doubt. Spend a very cn
j.oable an.l lOStrUCtlVS evening
Banner hive No II will hld regular review
Tuesday at 1:30 p m Every member la re
quealed to be present, as business In r"gard
to the Installation of officers will be presented
On Janunry 19. o. S p. m.. thero will be a Joint
Installation of nil hives and tents. All Mac
cabees and friends Interested in the order are
respectfully Invited. All outgoing and Incom
ing officers will meet with the hive Tuesday
Ladies of the Maccabees.
Salt 7-ake City hive No. 4 will have regular
review on Tuesday evening. January 17. when
arrangements will be made for the Installa
tion of officers. The officers-elect are request
ed to meet In Odd Fellows' hall Tuesday after
noon at ::20 O'ClOCk for Hrlll
Women's Relief Corps.
flenrge R Mnxwull Women s Belief COTPS
on lust Thursday night, at Its meeting In
Federation hall. Installed offlcera as follows:
President. Mrs. Matilda Showaker, senior vice
president. Mrx. H i"i. Owen; Junior vice
president. Mrs. Orpla Thornton, conductor.
Mr Mnrgaxet Harvey: aanlMant conductor,
Mies Llbble Hendrlckson : guard. Mrs BtS
v r.- . a-s.-lHtant guard. Mr- Schenck musical
director. Miss Hendrlckson: patriotic Inatruc
tor, Mra. little Jeffries. eoor-bearers. Mrs
Meers, Mrs Wlnegnr Mrs McNaughton.
M ck AbI. ridge; pi v rorrekpniident. Mrs p. lie
Following the Installation ceremonies n hand
some past prexldent's pin was presented to the
retiring president Mrs. E. A' Brook. Mrs
Margaret Harvey, tho Installing officer, mode
appropriate remarks of presentation, voicing
the esteem In which the retiring officer Is hi Id.
Lunch was served und dancing occupied thi
remainder of the ovenlng.
The corps will hold lis regular meeting on
Wedncsdav afternoon at 2:30 sharp, when
every member Is requested to be present.
The Royal Highlanders.
The Royal Highlanders meet tonight In
secret session, nt which time several refugees
will he conducted safely across the drawbridge.
Monday evening. January BJ, will he given up
to a social, to which tho rnanv friends of tho
Royal Highlanders are cordially Invited An
excellent programme, consisting of songs. In
strumental music, recitations, etc , has been
arranged Refreshments will consist of mine.,
pie. cake, coffee and go..d old-fashioned taffy,
mad"- before i,e eyes of thog.. jir-sent.
Fraternal Union of America.
Evergreen lodge I'd. Frntcrnol t'nlon of
America, had a largo and Interesting meeting
last Wednvwday night nnd disposed of tho
usual amount of business, the BIOS! Important
Of which was the installation of ofllcers. Th
following efflc. r- were Installed: Fraternal
mater. B W. Muyo. Justice, P. O. christen,
sen: Truth, Mra Rugg; Mercy. Mrs Frees;
secretary. 8 halker, treasurer, H. F. BSW
lings, guard. Mrv Sugdeji; sentln-l. Mrs. Fol
sonv guide. Mrs. Smlthen: protector, Mrs.
JOhnSon; ctewards. A. Smlthen, JoohUa Sug-den-
C. E Knbln: orgatileit. Mlsa Frees
Tho evening wo Spenl with lOOgSi recita
tions nnd Instrumental munb-. nnd tho entire
Rtaff of new officers i nterel upon their official
duties with a determination to do honor to the
lodge as well aa to themselves Kvery officer
anil member la working hard and doing his
beat to secure as many applications this month
on possible, as a epeelal dlij-ti-atlon for thla
mo.ilh has been granted.
r. o. o. F.
Salt F.ako lodge No 2 had a pleasant meet
Ing lat Friday night, both to visitors and
members. The degree work was wd rendered
for which the members of the Muff were com
plimented. Golden Rule encampment No. 2 has a regu
lar session tomorrow night, when a gen,.rM
attendance of the patriarchs is desln l to greet
the now officers
Canton folfux No 1. Patriarchs Militant
will have a regular cantonment tomorrow'
night Every chevalier has been notified by
postal card, therefore the commandant gxpi i
all the membership to ho present. Thei am
mutters of Intereat to be considered.
G. A. R.
James B BfoKean post No. 1 held n regular
meeting lust Tuea-Iuy night that was snjoyal li
to tho comrades, who were out In fair num
bers Tho Installation of ofllcers will take
placo on the Mth.
George R. Maxwell Post.
At tho regular meeting of Qoorgo R Max
well post No. 5, V.. A R. . Thursday ovenlng.
January l& there was a union Installutlon of
thu ofrtcers of the post and George R. Maxwell
W. R. C. Tho officers of the pom ar,j; Alfred
Kent, commander; William ,,,,. senior
vlce-coraroander. J W Reed, Junior vice-commander;
Joseph Miller. ii. surgeon- John H
s- v.-ns. l W S 1 MvldM.n guurti r, -,'..
tor. E l! Sh-nhard chaplain; S. J. Johnson
adjutant, ''hotter Phelps, outside cruard Afler
the Installation the Women'i Relief corns
Served ooffes and cake, and a danco cxincluded
tli urn.
Tho poet will give a danco ut Its hall on
Thursday, January 17
Modem Woodmen of America.
Excelsior camp No. 10 Sf'2 was called to order
by tho now officers, each of whom filled hip
respective office In a very creditable iniuim i
The cump wuh fiiv.r..l v,Hh SJD nldn:s I.
J J. Brutr.mltt. venerably coieiul uf the tigdin
camp. Whreh vvas prently anjoyed bv all NtXl
meeting night the Forentrrs will b, b resent,
dressed In their new uniforms A largo at
tendance is desired on this -ceasloii l..!Hi
nelghboru we..ome.
Women of Woodcraft.
The members of Salt 1-uke circle M9. V7ood
bine 41 and Silver Mapl- be. met In J.ilnt sea
slon at I O. O. F. hall Friday night, the
f--.-ralon N-lng the J.ilnt Initiation of six can. II
da(e, two from each rlr.-l,- At the Mquest
of Grand Ouurdlan Neighbor 1" C. Van Ors
dSj, tho Official head of the Women of Wood-
But Doesn't It tiook ReasonableP
T his may reqil a though w were put
ting ll a little strong, because It Is gen-
r .n 1 1 - thought by the majority of people
that dyspepsia In Its chronic form Is In
curable, or practically so. But wo have
long since nhnwii that dyspepsia Is cura
ble, nor Is It such a difficult matter ns at
llrst appears.
The troublo with dyspeptics I that they
:in- continually dieting, .starving them
selves or going to tho opposite extreme,
or else deluging the already over-burdened
Stomach With "hitlers " "after- I
dinner pill?," etc. which Invarlabh In- 1
eirase the ilifili uity even if n some cast
they do give a slight temporary relief
Such treatment of the stomach simply
makes matters worse. 1 W hat the stomach
wonts Is a rest Now, how can the stom. I
ach become rested, recuperated and at I
the same time the body nourished and 1
This Is a great secret, and this Is also 1
the secret of tho uniform success of
Slunrt'.s Dyspepsia Tablets This Is a
oomparatlvslj new remedy) but its suc-
'.-. and popularity leave no doubt as to
Its merit.
Tho Tablets will digest the food any
way, regardless of condition of stomach
The; sufferer from dyspepsia, according to
directions. Is to eat an abundance of
good, wholesome food and use the tuhlets 1
before nnd after each meal, and the re. 1
salt will be that the food will be di
gested no matt'T now bad your dyspepsia
may be. because, aa before stnted, the (
tablets will digest the food, even If the
stomach Is wholly Inactive. To Illustrate)
our meaning plainly. If you take isea
grains of meat, eggit or ordinary food and
place It In a temperature of 9 degrees. 1
and put with It one of Stuart's Dyspepsia
TablSfS, It will digest the meat or eggs
ulmoRt as perfectly as If tho meat was
enclosed within the stomach.
The stomach may be over so weak yet
these tablets will perform the work of
digestion, and the body and brain will be
properly nourished and nt the eame time
a radical, lasting CUTS of dyspepsia will
be made bet ause the much-abused stom
ach will be given, to some extent a much
needed rc.-t Your druggist will t- you
that of ail the many remedies advertise I
to CtirS dyspepsia, none of them havft
ffwen bo complete and gonrni satisfac
tion as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and
rot least In Importance In these hard
times Is the fact that they are also the
cheapest and clve the nnst good for the
least money.
craft, the officers of the evening wre s e. t
ed from the three circles The lVr work was
...r.. 1.-. guards of Silver Maple le After lh
Initiation the grand guardian spoke of the
beauties of the order, tho financial standing
and the god results from the Joint meeting
After this WSS a light programme. fun- v
drill by tho guards of It and a banquet. The
hall Kiel banquet hall were beautifully deco
rated with red, while and green, the colors
cf the ordAr
Where tea is good, much
tea is drunk ; bad too.
Turf Exchange
And All Sporting Events.
23 W. 2nd Sctsi
208 MAIN ST.
California and Eastern races. Direct
wire tor all sporting ovents.
Third Judicial district of the State of
Utah, county of Salt Lake
Bid Ward Martin, plalnlllf, vs. Robert
Hamiil William Lilleny. B. P. Phelan
A. R .Mitchell. W illiam Solan and K. M
Snell and John Stapleton and Louis
Green, defendants. Summons.
Tli State of Utah to tho said defend
ants; You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the Service of
this Summons Upon you If served with
in the COUnty In which this action Is
brought, otherwise within thirty days
ufti-r service, and defend the above en
titled action; and In case of our failure
ho to do. judgment win be rendered
ngalnsl von according to the demand of
the complaint f copy of which will tn
filed In the office nf the clerk of tho
court above named.
Plaintiff h Attorney
P. O address. 815 I K. Walker bldg .
West 2nd So. st., Salt Lake fit v. Utah.
Bankere and Brokers,
6 W. Second Sou ill St.
Orders Promptly Executed In
Stocks. Bonds, Cotton, Grain and
PTovlrlons Private leased Wires
with LOO AN & BRYAN, Corre
Hpondents. Members Is'ew York
Stock Exchange, New York Cot
ton Exchange, Boston Stock Ex
change. Chicago Board of Trade.
We hundln all prominent Utah
Mining and CommorelfJ Stocks
Good Whisky Needs No Praise Sold
by ROPER & MAYER. "The Zeng," J-
i3 W. 2nd So.
Whose Flour
Do You Sell?
We want you to sell ours, and
if you will f.rive us a trial order,
you will want to, too.
Peery Bros.1
Milling Co.,
Scoffs Santal-Pepsin Capsules
sr Inflammation orQetarrhr
e Uluri.l.-r e.n'1 I-'teMed Eel
TS. B0 CTBB no FAT Cares
ilckly and permsirntl th
.rot case of Vonorrhocj
id Gleet, Do matter of how
Off standing. Absolutely
irmlMs. eold by droggisu.
rlco ei.oo, or by mall, int
Jd, ?l 00, i boxes, g).7&
Bellcloataloe, Ofclsv
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lake City.
Drunkenness Cared.
A positive and permanent cure for
flrunkenr.ess ar.d the opium diseases.
There U no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
treated as privately an at theJr own
hemes The Keeley Institute. 334 W. 80.
Temple. Salt Lake City. Utah.
board of directors of the Fremont Coun
ty Sugar company bus this day de
clare! a dividend of luj per cent on the
capital stock of th company, parable
Feb. 1. 19a:,, to stockholders of record
Jar :). lfio; th stor-k transfer books
Of th company will l.o ringed Jan. 21,
U0C e' & p. m , and reopened Feb. 2,150$,
at 10 a. m
Secv and Trr-os.
Salt Lake City, Ctah. Jan 13. 1905.
IXjESBr CATARRH and all enrablo Cbronle
HMfViV dloa of tho Urea. Er, Nose. Throat, SP (1 1"
wHtfr ''a Lunirs. Htomaeh. kldnetN Uver, B l Idei fj - Jt
Wjki T ni1 Bowwl. He-vrl lilfeu.-..-. He. i b-irci, fV f"
eel RhenmaUtis, piioi, Kaptnre, Msn C!
mtm hood. Varleocelo, lionorrhea.HTphllls, Pros- CiK "
l'- r""1 r'Tk' Dteeesee of Me n, Vfomes and fuL?'
BBrTfff(fc Home Trrr.tmcut t'arex. Urlle Ac"7JtV j-J)''
asi ' "r 'r"" U1 i,loni "l " u cn- yf;
Dll A J tillOUKH. 1 ' DR.O. W SHORES.
Weak Men Pay When Cured
If yen siiMur from any of the ealinpM or We onro you flrat and then n'k a EtSABON-
dlneatefc causcl by Iciioranco. excess or Cjq- AHLE FEE when you aro cured foacandO"
iAi)l'D VuU AKK I H K Vr.KV I'KlisuN If B pond up"a our word, tbousands of patlcots
WANT TO TALK To. ban- o-l us. N W WK WANT Tot L. It K
We haTC proven Olir Skill In curing CH ROMO YOU wlib the dlMloei undermaniilDg that wo
diseases by publlnblim many voluntary will not demand a I KK until we etns f OH
tosllmoulats from homo people, giving uaiuos. This applies t4 Lost Manhood. Seminal Weak-
ploturcs aud addresser ne. tiperroatorrhoc.a. Gonorrhoea, Syphilis,
Braaiimsnni 11.11 m i inn u x 11 ' 1 ' . a.. 1 I'm
ik phi, a-iV i ikkaV! naiurul Loasos. Contracted DIaorden llrie-
M IKnAltUlbKAOEH re 0Ir r.mlaiioiii Blos-d Polnon, and all
Becaune It would botruT contldenoo. Honoe, WEAKNWK.v of men.
we bavo to prore our skill lu this olnaa of Uuo- OVFICB HOUItS: 9 a. m. to k p m. : Erenloga
ble In another wav This Is our plun: 7 to 8 , Sundays and bulldavv 10 a- m tel.'.
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 248 aftsg&
permanenllv curel, no ms,t- yAs2svW Curu quick and rsdloel In I
ter how lonK' Htitndlng the 3im 20 to C-j days, by my etvn fa- I
disease. In from to 20 days. MR mouu mctbod.
Ioutttog111 JLmlVVi fB Completely end psrznanent-
. v xrSBLfil a" tSlpnsrreeahle symptoms
WASTING WEAKNESS Nl jjj soon disappear completely
Time of cure. 10 to 60 dsys. v in,d 'Xf.fjJf
by my orimnal, vory elmpl A JC ca an5 bloodless. Ad sbso-
remedy (used sxclusJveVy jKgjTB our eusrtee.
" ' fwmy US blood poison
i.yaiuuanojuo f jnii i jjsfMTljfT' Every vtutlgo of petton re-
cured In 8 to W days, with- IOilHKilf moved from systaa without
out the use of poisonous f flWfgr alJ oi m-'rcur' or PStssh.
Consultation Is free end invited, and In consulting mo you may he stars that
nothing that science can devise or nkl)l porfoot had beon loft undone to afford
you n. speody. saie and permanent cure,
WRITE mo In ful oonfldsnce, explaining your troubles ns they appear to
yon, and receive by return mall my honest and candid opinion of your ease.
COOK MED ICR l eo. Kg??ttW I
Circuit County Clerk of the respective
signers for further Information.
Estate of William Knhlert, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at 121 Atlarj
block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on or before
the 5th day of Mil), A. D 1906.
Administrator of estate of William Kah-
lert. deceased.
Date of first publication Jan. 2, A. D.
court of the State of Utah, In and for Salt
Lake county In tho matter of the appli
cation of tho Gol'len 8tar Mining & Mill
ing company, a corporation, organized
and existing under the laws of tho State
of Utah to be dissolved
PORATION. Notice is hereby given tnat application
has been mid by and In behalf of the
hoard of director of the Golden Star
Mining & Milling company, a corpora
tion ofgr-ed and existing under the
laws of to State of Utz having Its
office or principal place oi business r.t
Salt Liko City. In Salt Lake county. State
of Utah, for an ordor of this court die
solving; ssld corporation Said applica
tion was filed on the 12th dav of Decem
ber ItW and an order of court ha
been made thereon by Honorable C. W.
Morse Judce of said court, directing the
eald application be r-d with the Clork
and that tho undersigned. Clork of eald
court glvo notice of such application bv
publication for a period of thlrty-flve f3i)
fjavB said period expiring on January
,g j(5in the Salt Lake Dally Tribune,
a 'newspaper having general circulation
In eald Salt Lake county, within which
time an person may file his objections to
said application This notice is published
oursunnt to said order.
pligeRl) JOHN JAMES,
County Clerk and Clerk of the District
Court Salt Lako County. Utah.
Bv Daviil B Davlcs. Deputy Clork
Dated December 12th. 1901. dlOll
Notice of Special Stockholders' Meet
ing. Notice Is hereby given that, whereas the an
nual stockholders meeting of Halifax Tono
pah Mining company, s. corporation, not
held on the 11th day of October. 1X. the date
provided liy the article of Incorporation for
Ui b meeting and the election of officers of
mid Halifax Tonopah Mining company and
vThereSS, More than three months have
slapSed Hnce the date provide.) for such an
nual meeting and the directors of wild mining
company havo not called a special meeting of
thi Stockholders for the election of officers of
said corporation.
Now therefore, the undersigned stockholders
on l llrert.,rs of ald Halifax Tonopah Mining
company hereby call a special Stockholders
meeting of the t trkholdcrs of ald Halifax
Tonopah Mining company for th election of
officers of said corporation and hereby give
notice that a special meeting of the. Mockhold
ars Of said Halifax Tonopah Mining company
for the election of offerers of said corporation
and for the transaction of such other business
as shall properly como before mich inroting.
Will be held at the general office df said cor
poration, room 100 David Keith building. Rait
Lake CltTi Utiah, n the SOth ay of January.
i:ej :i- ; o'clock P m of us Id duv
Doted Jontiary 13. 1905. elOCd
Notice I? hereby given that a ppeclnl
meeting of the stockholders of tho Eagle
Mining company, a corporation of Utah,
Is called and will be held at the office of
the company, room 300 Atlas block, West
Second South ntreot. Salt Lake City.
Utah on Monday, the 80th dav of Janu
ary, 190o. at 12 o'clock noon of that day.
for the purpose of ratifying, adopting and
confirming the action of tho board of dL
rectors of said company taken on Novem
ber 22 11. m authorizing the execution
and delivery to A H. Sibley of Detroit,
Michigan, of a written agreement to sell
and convey, option to purchase and lease
of all the mining and personal property of
the corporation situate In Cable Cove min
ing district. Baker and Grant counties
Oregon fer the price and on tho terms
nnd conditions mentioned In said agree
ment, and also for the purpose of ratlfy
inc approvlr,K anJ adopting said agree
ment option and lease, a copy of which 3
on llle with the secretary of said company,
room 3"0 Atlas block, aforesaid, for the
Insnectlon of any stockholder
Ptv order of the board of directors.
Bv L U COLBATH, President.
W'M riSCHEL. Secretary d33
Joe Bowers Mining company principal place
Of buslnesc Salt 1-oke Oty. ftah notice.
There are delinquent upon the followlng-de-ftcrll'd
lrck on account "f a.-".-Mmeiii , . (...)
on the Slh day of Pecember, t,e aeveral
amounts set opposite the names of tho re
spective shareholders, as follows:
No. No
Cert Name Share?. Am i
823 K. A Keyea 500 $3 DO
818 J H Bean . ... 100 .So
1421 J. H Bean 14 07
2231 T. A Ketchum 1 000 R 00
IjiM J. Oberndorfer GOO 2. SO
And In accordance with lav and ordi r of tho
1 of directors, maiie on the 8th duv ,.f
I '. . rnbar 1904, SO many shares Of each pared
..f such stock as may bo necessary will be to,j
at Vt South Main street. Salt tike City, I'tah
on the 24th day of January 190S. at tho hour
of 2 o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent asf-M-inent
there. m. together with tho costs of ad
vertising and expenses of sale.
, A J Ut'NNKI I.. Socrrtary.
Wabash Mining company, principal place
of business. Salt Lake City. Utah No
tice is hereby given that at a meeting
of tho board of directors, held on tho
22nd day of December. 1904. an aasaj
ment of five cents (5c! per share wa9
lovled on the capital etock of tho cor
poration, payable on or before the isth
dt.y of January 1905. to V Mont. Forry
secretary, at room No S.l Atlas block
West Second Siuth street. Salt Lak
City, Utah. Any stock upon which this
eecessment may remain unpaid on the
2tih day of January, W5, will be delin
quent and advertised for sale, at nubile
auction, and unless payment Is mado be
fore, will be sold on tho 17th day of Feb
ruary. lo, to pay tho delinquent aBseas
ment. together with the cost of advor
tlxlna and expense of sale
W MONT. FERRY Secretary
Location of office. CZl Atlas block. Salt
Luke City. I'tah dl750
ipaho BTJOAR CO. The board of
directors Of the Idaho Sugar company
ha this day declared a dividend of 1 V4j
p. r rent on tin ruptlal to k ..f Ihn .-...n-pony
payable Ki b. 1. 19JS. to stockhold
ers of record Jan 2-L 150S, the st.ck
transfer books of the compuny will be
closed Jan 2i IMSi at ?. p. m , and re
opened Keb t, &. at 10 a. m
flecy and Treas.
Salt Lake (Mty, Utah Jan 1J, 1903
ell tG
Annual Meeting' of Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stockholder
of the Keith-O'Brien company will bo
held at the office of the company, room
No. 100. David Keith building, In aajt
Lake City. Salt Lako county, Utah, on
Tuesday, January 17, 1906, at 3 o'clock p
in., for the election of officers and tho
transaction of such other business aa
ahull lawfully come before It.
E Q. KIDDER, Secretary.
Salt Lake City, Utah, December 15.
1904. dllSO
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple fits.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM li. PRESTON. Vice-President
HENRY T WE WAN Asst. CaahUr.
Accounts Solicited. Special attontlon to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
President. Cashier.
Commercial National Bank
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
with Enterprise.
J J. Daly, V P Noble, Vice-presidents.
A. H PEARODT, Asst. Cashier.
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Established 1S52
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah
Surplus V ...tl4.IT9.0OO 1
Undivided profits )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cities of the world.
Drafts, i on an
Letters of Credit, . V prominent
Telegraphic Transfers J cities.
Deposits received subject to check
H L MILLER. Cashier
K. ?. CLAJtK. Asst. CajmW.
Established is4l 150 offices
the oldest and largest.
The Mercantile Agency.
OBOROE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming
Office In Progress bldg . Salt Lake City.
Established 189 Incorporated 190i.
Transact a General Banking Buslnees.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Capital, 8500,000 Surplus, 8250,000
President. Vice-President.
Cashier Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
FRANK KNOX President
JAME8 A. MURRAY, .. Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
Banking In all its branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on the principal cities
of Europe.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Through car. SaJt Lake City to Bt
Louis and Kansas City. Only one ohange
to New York. Buffalo and principal point
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chll
idren , Tourist sleepere through to Chicago,
Bcston and other points without change.
Two trains dolly.
Inquire at ticket office. 103 Dooly block,
flalt Lako City. Any Information cheer-
fully given. H C TOWNSEND,
,0. P A T. A. Missouri Paclflo Ry.. St
! Louis. Hoi
Now and elegant in all Its appointments
$5o rooms, slnglw or en suite 51 rooms
with bath O S Holmes. Proprietor 1
Ban Pedro, Los An- VJaTV
geles & Salt Lake VUy
R. R. Co. ssJes
Prom Oregon Short Line depot, Silt LUJt H
For Provo, Lehl, Fairfield
and Nephl. Mantl and H
points on Sanpeto Valley H
Ry 8 00 a.m. IJM
For Garfield Beach, Tooele, H
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu- jH
reka and Silver City 7:45 a.m. H
For Provo, American Fork,
Jehl Ji).-h, Mllford, Frisco,
Callentes and intermediate
points ,G:05pm.
From Provo. American Fork. I !
Lehl, Juab. Mllford. Frisco. H
Callentes and Intermediate fH
points 9:45 a.m.
From Provo. Iehl. Fairfield, H
Mercur and Sanpete Valley H
Ry. points 5'.35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele H
and GpTfleld Beach 5:35p.m. iH
Dally Puliman Buffet Sleeping Car Str-
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modena HH
and Callentes. !
Direct stage connections for all mining HK3n
districts In southern Utah and Nevada. IsEl
I City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street. .ffif
Telephone 250. Hu
Gen'l Pass. Agt I"' 1st. Pass. Agt 'BK3
In Effect October 9, 1904.
No. lnF,,r nober, Provo and H9
Marysvale 8 00 a. m. HH
No. 102 For Park City 8:1S a. m. flM
No. C For Denver and E.ist .... 8 50 a m. Hl
L' 5 For ugden and West 10 50 a. m. HS
No 1 For Ogden and West 1 15 p. m. HHffi
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:15 p. m. HE
No. B For Provo and Eureka... 5 00 p. m. 'LB&
No. lFor Ogdcn and local pts. 6:05 p. m. Kjl
No i For Denver and East 8:06 p. m- EE?
No I For Ogdcn and West 11:40 p. DV IBMr.
No. 113 For P.lr.gham .. .... 8 10 a. m.
No lll--For Bingham 3.00 p. m. Hi
No. G From Ogdcn and tho East 8:40 a. m. RS
No 12 From Ogden and local MHB
olntB 10 25 a m. HRb
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10 00 a m. iHI
No. 6 From Denver and Eaat..lf 40 a. m. WfiBtii
No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1 35 p. in. 'HfiEj
No. 2 From Ogdcn and West.. 3:05 p. m. BHBy
No. Ml From Park City 6:15 p. rn. HISS
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and KS'i
Marsalo ... 6 KM p m. HEf)3
No. 4 From tJgden and the West 7:55 p. m. IK'S
No. S From Denver and East... 11 30 p. m. BItI
No. 113 From Bingham 10:60 a. m. iHtil
No. 115 From Bingham 6:40 p. m. wSSm
All trains except Nos. 1 to C stop ac In- WUm
trrmeillate nulnts. BS
Ticket office, Dooly block. B
'Phone '.'
Yom Orden, Portland. BtS
Bu;te. Ban Francisco. Chi- Era
eago. St. Louis. Omaha KQft
and Denver Si 40 iHk
From Ogdn and InterroedJ- EflfiS
ate points 9:20 a.m. mien
From Ogdcn. Cache Valley, iBSB
and Intermediate points. .. 11:05 a.m HB
From Og-len. Chicago. St WSsRP,
Louis, Kansas City. Oma- KiliK
ha, Denvr and San Frsn- 'Bus
clsco 4:40 p.m. nK&
From Ogden, Cache Valley. WSbt
St. Anthony', Portland and
San Francisco . 7:40 p.m. Hnl
for Ogden. Omaha, Chicago. Kprjji
Denver. Kansas City and !
St. Louis TrOO a.rxL
j For Ogden. Portland. 9t An- Wmm
thonv, .9 m Francisco and 1
Intermediate points 10:20 ajm j
For Ogden, Omaha, Chloajro,
Denver, Knnsas City St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.uv 1
For Ogden. Cache Valley, I
Denver, Kansjt Cltv. Orna- r
ha, 8t Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m Is
For Ogden. Cacne Valley. j
Butte Helena Portland, j
Ban Fram-laco and Ir.terme- j
dlate points 11:45 p.m, J
T M SCHUMACHER. Trafflo Mgr.
D. S. SPENCER. A G P. Sc T. A. 1
City Ticket office. 201 MaLn street. j
Telephone 20. I
Th Lagoon Roa H
Salt Lake & Og-deu Railway. I
Time Table in Effect Sept. 6, 1904 j
LEAVE SALT LAKE. 6 X aad I a. a.j I
t:30 and 5:80 p m. j
GOON. 7 N and 10 n m.. 4 30 nnd 6 JO p. m 1
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:80 p. m.
on Sundays and holidays.
A. D. PIERSON. Gen'l Pas. AT. t
J. B. BEAN Excursion Agt t
OFFICE. 161 MAIN 6T. "
Got aboard at Salt Lake City; get off in I
, Chicago. j, II
That's the whole story of a trip east in a
through sleeper via the Burlington Route. fl
Splendid service is also offered to Oma- J ll
ha, St. Joseph, Kansas City, St. Louis in p
fact, about all points east. f K
i nBMLyJsBHH R' F' N5 Qenoral Agent, j Jm'1". ,
I ' llN3i M 79 W. SECOND SOUTH ST, K-V
lyiUSnnQ Salt Lako City.
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