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l 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1005.
I III WANT TjT Hi Raise Popular Subscription to HI Pay His Expenses Out HI ONLY MAN IN IRONDALE HI WHO REFUSES TO WORK H Wives of the Town Pear Ex- Hj ample Will Demoralize HI Husbands. Im CHICAGO, Sept. 22. Women of Iron- w dale, III., a town of 5.000 inhabitants, HjRj aro raising a popular subscription to Hwf defray the expenses of deporting the Hfyfj only idle man in town. Hwa They say that the presence of one HhI indolent man may have an evil effect Hk upon their husbands and put to naught IR1 the town's recent recovery from a HHn twenty year period of laziness. 91 Wants to Just Best. Hi Tony Hartford, aged 30, living at 1100 Mj Bcnsley avenue, is the man who refus- BL od to work. Agents of several factor- HB ies are canvassing Irondnle daily In HKj search of workmen, say the women, HIS and yet Hartford calmly smokes his H pipe and announces that he has decided n to take a couple of months' rest and lie HQkJ) around the town. ISj Until three ycar3 ago, when a. big HSTin harvesting plant came to Irondnle. Hi work was the one thing that came Hflj ' last o the lot of the voters. Thirty In vear.s previous a nail mill had been ill established in the town, but changes 9 In the style of nails quieted the factory Hffl whistle, and for many years wives H watched their husbands gather at the HH corner grocery and wait for some one HkB to offer them a job. IK Jobs Forced on Them. Hfl Then came the boom, and the jobs HUB forced themselves upon the spouses H9 grown "disinclined1' from long idleness. Hflfl Even' man had to go to work to D avoid the offers that were showered In upon him. Ironale awoke from its HQH stupor and began to boom. The dread HIlH disease of laziness was eradicated and H the smooth places on the dry goods H boxes lost their gloss. I But the housewives have not forgot- I ten the old days. A constant dread of I 1 a repetition of the idle period has filled H I their minds, and they have Kept tneir Hj I husbands closely harnessed to their 1 Jobs, with only Sundays, Fourth of I July, New Year, and Thanksgiving off. H W Tony the Disturber. H II Now comes the disturbing element. . H the rebellious Tony. who. having no H wife to make him work, has not been H convinced of the necessity o labor. H The women were o.ulck to act when H1 they heard of the disaffection. Mrs. H Jacob Mcintosh. 10345 Calhoun avenue: H Mrs. Joseph Walters, Calhoun avenue H and One Hundred and Ninth street, and H Mrs. Jennie Ha.;telt were appointed a Hll cfbmmlttee to circulate the subscription Iff Yesterday, the first day, S7 was col- H "We will send him Just as far as the 1 money we collect will pay the fare,"' H said the committee. "We will only pay the fare one way, but if he repents and l . informs us that he wants to come back nj and work, we will get him a job first, 1 jE and then send for him," H H May Want to Go. I Tony has not yet been consulted fl j about the matter. He may not want to go, but as the committee say they 1 will make it too hot for him at home. I the 999 other men who arc working are 81 confident he will accept the offer of i transportation. I INJURIES PROVE FATAL C. A. Blanchnrd Dies as Result of an Electric Shock. Word was received hoi", last night that C. A. Blancharil. wlso was burned by rcmlng in contact witli a live wir in j Logan the fliat of laM nionfh. died in I Hint place ye.sterdp at 3 o clock In the I Mr. Blanchard was an Iowa boy, hav ing come from Slowx City to take a posi tion as lineman with the Utah Independ ent Telephone company, and it was while acting in tha- capacity that ho met with the accident which has jus', resulted In Mr. Blanchard was working at Logan, performing duties known as "riding a messenge.- wire " when he came In con tact with a high tension win carrying rC0O volts. He was thrown to the ground and picked up unconscious, in which con l dltlonHe remalnel up till the tlmo of his t death. His father who Is a prominent citizen of Sioux City, was notified short ly after the accident, and hurried to his son's bedside, where he has been ever since. I If will take th remains Fast and place them beside those of the young . man's mother, who died several "years Blanchard was a quiet, pleasant fellow nnd the new's of his demise was received I with profound regret by all with whom II lie had been associated. Ill I he cup that! HI I cheers but not HI I impoverish es. 1 1 1 I Golden Gate I 1 1 J Coffee I I I H i g h Ji I H I j grade. S j H i price. I H I I Sold on merit. H No prizes no coupons 1 no crockery. j H j J- A. FOLGER fL CO. j v Sarx Francisco t jl I CGTABLIaHCD 1860 THREE Wl WITHOUT A in 11 BMU Viceroy Advises Clergy to Preach Peace, and Increases flic Guards. BAKU. Sept. 22. Since his arrival here on "Wednesday Count Von VorontzofT Dashkoff. the Viceroy of the Caucasus, has visl'.cd all the works In the dl3trUt, received deputations of Armenians and Mussulmans and private individuals rep resenting various interests end generally examined into the situation. lie presided a: a contorcr.ro of military authorities Scptembor 21 and decided to rolnforeo tnc troops nnd Institute a court-mnrtlal. Confers With Clergy. Friday the Viceroy presided at another conference which dealt with the question of the best moans of hastening a re sumption of work in the oil trade, nnd at which were discussed varlouB sug-g-vUlono for policing and protecting the oil lndustrv by the troops nnd guards furnished h"y the naptha companies. The Viceroy proposed that the Armenian and Mussulman clergy preach conciliation, and as a result of tnl6 advice dologatcs of the two nationalities havo convened a conciliation conference. "Will Reinforce Guards. The Viceroy la now going to Ellzaboth pol and Tillis to contlnuo his investiga tion. Ho has promised tho naptha com panies and other Industrial leadors to re inforce the guards in tho district and re organise the police force, but ho declined to form a militla- Thrce days have passed in Baku with out murders being committed, but the situation io still strained. BASEBALL EXCURSION To Eureka, Septembor 24. Special train ia D. &, Jl. G. leaves Salt Lake S:30 a. in. Returning, leaves Eureka 7:20 p. m. Baseball game for a S?.00 purre. Salt Lake vs. Eureka. Magnificent scenic trip. Everybody Invited. WHAT BRINGS ONWRINKLES Petty Annoyances and Fretting Is Cause Rather Than Trouble. It does not require a nilcrcscopo for tho avcriuo womnn who has passed thirty yearn on this mundnnc sphero to discover lhat llmo. life or care line left its Imprint on her bror. yon. nnd on her cheeks, her eyc., her mouth, and her throat, tnyB the Chlcnno Chronicle. Thfro was a time when her fnee was smooth without trace of furrowllne or wrinkle; a tlmo when ho mvol;e from balmy sleep to find life, always ii grand surprise. All was pure cold without dro-K. and she seemed to bask forevr In tho Ruushlno. Hut now an she gazes at th reflection of her vlwico mirrored before hr she ilnds a network of creases and lines. "What mokes tho wrinkles come?" sho ask:), a question which requires greater wisdom to propound, she believes, than has ever bcn found by philosopher. It Is not tho real t.mclule annoyances In life, Ihe ones we can confront, lhat wear us out ond Ipiive their Impress Indelibly traced upon us It Is the vacuo. Indefinite, awful little things or Httlo evils of today or tomorrow or tho next day. The brief nnd Heeling present can hold hut little of Joy or sorrow, but tho great Interminable future, far-reaching and Indefinite, contains for the Imaginative ner vcus temperament 'orebodlng of woes without end Isn't It, thi-ii, ever more than probflble lhat the Utile crenses and curves and lines that appear to annoy and distress one are nut tho tangible evidence of tho many petty, trivial disturbances one allocs to grow anil breed In the mind until ihej at nt tho heart of an existence which Damo Nature deemed snould be tranquil .' One whole-souled, honest little womnn, who Is a typo of the sensitive, artistic tempera ment, after a deep scrutiny of her dally In creasing furrows, summed them all up llko this: T noticed when I camn In from a day's shopping tour last week that my whole ls ago looked lined and seamy. But after a refreshing toilet and n short siesta I observed only one new Utile crease remaining to mar my faco through Iho years. They had all settled Into one. It seemed to Inc. I am such a close student of personal appearanco that my observations mny bo taken as accurate. Yes, only one wrinkly remained to represent that one trip down town. But ihlnk of having one lino for every succeeding shoDi!ng ex pedition onu mlzht ba called upon to endure.: The worry began when I hailed Iho cnr. The conductor would not Mop on tho side of Ihc street which I Indicated by my prosenco. Then onco aboard somo ono stopped on my new sk'.rt nnd almost loro It. "In the stores down town the crowds kept me walllni:. the clerks were alow In attend ance, and ho things In general seemed to con spire against m. Thnt desp creasu between niv eyes came to view Just after Mnggle (tho only fal excellent maid 1 ever had) married and left us. I've had fifteen In ono year slnco ami nin without one nt this IM-Cfcnt minute. The lines around my eyes marl; tho Umo whon my two children. Bob and Fannie, had the measles (both 111 at one time) and Just when I va- .nvlted to so many lovely recep tions nnd tenf 1 hnve a wrinklo. and not a very little one. either. In my forehead that developed sho.-tly after John (my husband) and I had a llttlo tiff over soniethlnj; ?o trivial that I am almo.n ashamed to mention It now. but whatever the subject was It proved weighty enough to briny thnt wrinkle. John -says we differed in regard lo the color of Mra. Do Foe's ludr. -nhow. there Is tho wrinkle, and It has come to stay." When tho Devil Is Loose in Mexico. A big Arc, a suicide and a number of acci dents la the city and a hnvy wind nnd rnln storm hero and numerous crimen and uccklonlo in ninny parts of the republic wer- the natural constequen-'OF, it Is to be supposed, of tho an nual one day's leave of absence taken by his diabolical majesty, the devil, jestcrday a leave of absence which his majesty fK-nd In 1 this caithly planet doing a number of dcvlllsn tricks. It Is ft common belief nmong nlmosl ull Mex icans thnt on the dav of .San nnitolo. which wan recently, tho devil is loose and many un plencant things luippen. The devil Ib supposed to bo very busy all Ihp year around roasting bail people In the Inferno, but on the day of San Dartolo he tnk'." a Utile rest and comes to the earth to ncs how things are going on. That Is, ho convy on a trip of Inspection lo see the prospects for the coining year. Many neople are so superstitious about this that they stay at home nil days and refute to receive calls because, aceordli.g to tradition. It occurred one llmo that tho devil dlsculsed himself nnd cnlled upon people whom ho want ed to carry away. Tho object of the visit was brlelly exolalned and tho Interested parties were so soi"ed tit? I mcii of them lroppd i dead, whereupon the devil carried away their souls. Tho superstition Is much mor widely rpivad In the States of the Interior. In' Oundalajaia, for instance they claim that San Bariolo's Is the day wiiwi Hit city shall lie destroyed by a Hood nnd a hurrkvin'- according to the predic tion of a prlfst who tiled muny jvara ago, al though nobody knows the name nr that prophet nor the year whon ho mado his pro pliccy. Mexican Herald. Delegates to Pederation. Mrs. "Ledyard Bailey and Mrs. J, M. Dart were yesterday elected delegates of tho Ladies' Literary club to the annual convention of the Utah Federation of Women's clubs, to meet In Sprlngvllle next month. Mrs. "William C. Jennings nnd Mrs. Joel L. Priest Terr elected al ternates to the same convention. Go to School in "Wagons. So crowded lias become the condition at the Union school that tho seventh and eighth grade pupils aro being conVcvcd in wagons to tho Kast Jordan school, a din lanco of two miles. The Union school has onlv four rooms with 213 pupils, and this action was neccs.irv pending the construction of an additional room. Puiieral of Clara Melleu. Mr. and Mrs. J. jr. Moiion wish to thank their friends for tho many cour tesies extended at this time of bereave ment at tho loss of their daughter Clara, whoso funeral .waa -hold, Thursday, H barrels and more of Schlitz beer are sold.. W Jf annually. Our agencies dot the whole earth, 1 jl The reason is purity. More and more people ." ; gfF m every year are demanding it. ' I Won't you see how much better it is than poor . f,. f H beer how dif- Z,-., Ask forth Bremen BottHnr- No Doubt Remains That the Lengthy Pour Parlers Are Nw Concluded. REACH COMPLETE ACCORD ON ALL DISPUTED POINTS Rouvier and Moroccan Minister Meet Today to Sign Defi nite Terms. PARIS, Sept. 21 Information obtained ft cm a well-informed source is to tho effect that Mr. Hosen, the German Min ister to Morocco, nnd M. Revoll, repre senting . France, reached a complete agreement on all the disputed points of the Moroccan question in the courso of their conference today. Both Parties Satisfied. Both parties arc entirely satisfied with tho arrangement. Premier Rouvier and Ptinco Von Radolln, tho German Embas sador lo France, met at tho Foreign of fice after tho negotiators had reached an accord and conversed most cordially. To Sign Definite Terms. It Is understood lhat Dr. Rosen and Premier Rouvier will meet tomorrow in order to formulate and sign definite terms of agreement relative to tho programme to ho discussed at tlte international con ference on reform on Morocco. jVIerely Awaits ' Signatures. The above may not be regarded us offi cial, but the source from which the information came leads to the belief that the lengthy pour paiiera are now con cluded nnd that accord merely awaits the signatures of the lepresentatives of the two Governments. PARTRIDGE FOR MAYOR Democratic Convention Expected to Indorse Ticket. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2"2. The Re publican Municipal convention tonight nominated John S. Partridge fcr Mayor. Partridge is Deputy City Attorney. It Is expected thnt he will be Indorsed by the Democratic convention tomorrow night. Eat a 35-cent dinner at tho Dairy Lunch Room, 154 S. W. Temple. 5-0 to 7 ;30 p. m. Primary Corrections. . In yesterday's Tribune It was stated that, the Twenty-fifth district Democratic primary had Instructed for B'rank Bullock and B. V. Quiver, but the statement as to Mr. Guiver proves incorrect. Mr Bul lock only was instructed for by the voters for Councilman. The name- of Mr. C. "W. Budd, a dole gate from the Twenty-fifth, was mis spelled. Lioth errors are gladly corrected. A Companion. A delightful little traveling companion, Indispensable to many who travel, are tho "Little Comforters" Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. By their soothing Inlluence upon the nerves of tho brain and stomach, they prevent dizziness, sick stomach and head achecar sickness. DR.. MILES' ANTI-PAIN P3LL3 cure all kinds of pain quick and sure, arc perfectly harmless and do not affect you In any way, except to soothe tho nerves and euro pain. For real comfort never enter upon a Journey without first secur ing a packago of theso "Little Comfort ers. " "I am pleased to recommend Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They not only cured a chronic headache, but since, if my head shows a disposition to ache, one Tablet stops it I glvo hundreds of them to suf ferers on trains, and derive much satis faction from the relief they afford," M. II. CIIARTUS. Traveling Salesman. St. Louis, Mo. The first package wlA benefit, if not, the druggist will roturn your money. 2g doses, 25 conts. Novot flold 4n-bulk, 1! HAVE HI THE IIC NEGRO Arkansas Moh Lynches Man Accused of Assault and Murder. CONWAY. Ark . Sept. 22 Frank Brown, a negro, was taken from the Jail here late tonight to the outskirts of the town and hanged by a mob. The lynch ing was no quietly done that few of tho townspeople knew of the occurrence. The negro was hold for assaulting a Mrs. Lawrence, killing her six-year-old son and stabbing her baby daughter. Hanged at Victim's House. Brown was hanged in front of tho houso occupied by Mrs. Lawrence. Tho lynch ing was evidently the result of a prear ranged plan. Tho mob formed quietly in the outskirts of tho city and proceeded to the Jail. Sheriff Harrell Is in Litllo Rock, attempting to run down a cluo vshlch has rcaulled In tho arrest of an other negro Implicated in tho crime. The mob experienced no difficulty In entering the Jail and securing their victim. Said to Have Confessed. Tho mo'o took Brown to tho house in which Mrs. Lawrence lived, in a lonely spot. There was no excitement, and tho affair was conducted in a business-like manner. Mrsc. Lawrence had been removed to another house and tho negro was not taken before her Tor Identification. Tho negro, it Is said, mudo a confession. Sheriff Thinks Got Wrong' Man. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Sept, 23.-Shcriff Harrell of Conway, when seen here to night, 6aid ho thought the wrong man had been lynched, and tho man ho has now under arrest is the one who commit ted tho crlmo for which Brown was lynched. OGDEN EXCURSION Via Oregon Short Line, Sunday, September 24. Round trip $L00. Take any one of the following trains: 7:10 a. m., 10:30 n. in.. 1:40 or 4:10 p. m. Leave Ogden returning at 3 40 or C:30 p. m. When you buy bread with the Crown Label, you aro getting Royal bread. Accept no Imitation. Dancing. I TcnchTR of dancing liec pnnlon professors cf tlancliifc tnlcu their calling fo seriously anil tallc when In sosalon. sin tlicy now aro. so pcr Hunelvoly of Its Importance to tho human race tha.t oven those who havi- :ut nwny all thoughts of danclns aro led to tako on In terest In the nwii6t thlnjc lr. stepa. And thle present convention of professors of dancing It neum.i, .133 something ver llko a rcnl prob lem Willi" which to HtrUBB't' It Is found, from statistics cuthored principally from summer resorts, thnt thu two-i?te.' la so popular th 'graceful waltz Is becoming a wail-flower, nnd this from thu standpoint of a professor who Is Just Received I 500 Oriental Gold Fish 1 "Wo arc selling I Q for COc each. 1 B Fish Moss oC H I a bunch. ! Dayton Drug Co, I j Cor. 2nd So. and State Tel KC. S Godbe-PItts Drug Co. Prescription Specialists, snmethlnrr of on artist, nnd llkcwlno a bit of n poet, Ii oil ery wronp, nlnco It Is the waltz that aids tho esthetic development of tho body And tho duty of tho danco promotero In cNldent Iho two-8tep must ko and a waltz so j enchnntlnp In Its movement m to boom tho reform must come. So a "ciodo" waits, so called becauso Its originator devoutly nnd fer vently nDllovch It Is the wnlls needed, lo to bo Introduced throuchont tho country. out professor may only propose tho dancers do the rest Boston Transcript. SA TURD A Y SPECIALS! MISSES' TAILOR C QC MADE SUITS., f J'J 50 AH Wool Tailor Made Suits for Misses, sizes from j 10 fo 16 years, will be -placed on sale Saturday morning at 8 I a. in., these suits come in the bine, brown and black, are j stunningly made in the loose box effect with strap in back I skirt full and pleated; values as high as $10.00. For SATUR- Q DAY, while they last, only & Womail'S Tailored SllitS. A &ood grade of tennis flannel gowns for Misses ranging In sizes I An all wool cheviot suit In the from 4 to 14, a good comfortable 50 inch tight fitted back, skirt Varment, for these cool CQ. pleated, colors brown, T 1 O Kfl nights, only UUL blue, black, only 4 I Z-iUU . 1 An all wool cheviot In all the Woman's Flannelette Underskirts, leading colors, Chesterfield Coat, blue and white and pink and white H satin lined, full pleated C 1 C Kf) slr,ne. fr 9R0 1 skirt for only 4) I U.JU only CO SKIRTS. Fleece Lined Underwear. The Butterfly skirt, the very latest Women's fieecc lined cotton vets and all the tage, 4 i!6unced, accor- in all sizes, grav or cream fir I dion pleated, made of nice mater- only ..." t.OC I lals, all colors. Saturday TA Af I special 4)T.rJ Women s tleecc lined cotton drawers, gray or Ofn A beautiful skirt In Panama cream Jl 1 and cheviot, In all the leading col- T.r 1 ors, for Saturday (Tl QC Women s fine Jersey ribbed fleece I : at 4fr.c7U linedyests. cream or white 50c I I Millinery Specials. Women's fine Jersey ribbed fleece ; , , ,u . , lined drawers, cream or white, all Be sure and ask to see those trim- sizes for 1 rn med hats; a number of our very only OUCB choice ones will be put on sale Sat- urday, values as high as QA QC A full line of children's and H ! $8.00. for only nr. vo misses' wool mixed underwear, size H Misses' nnd Children's. A nice "5,nF at 2c; and a rlse of 5c 1 i collection of choice styles and dlf- n, ' fi6' Ask t0 see them- as I ferent shapes, all nicely trimmed, ' 10 aPPrec,ate the I ! values as high as $5.00, for (TO QC IwlLSill!! ! Saturday $C.ZjJ k HOSIERY. i I Silk PettiCOatS. Children's fine ribbed, black Cash- I I 50 of them for Saturday, $4.03. A anTtoes for 25c I good grade of chiffon taffeta silk In 1 red, reseda, navy blue, champagne, Children's extra good quality fine I brown, tan and gray, with 12 inch 'ack ribbed Cashmere Hose, double 1 I flounce, a deep silk dust ruffle flu- neel and toes, for only 35c T f)f 1 I Ished on edge with a two-inch cord- or 3 for 4) I .UU sneeffi16' SalUrdny S4-.98 Women's flne black fleece lined I ! Cotton Hose, high spliced Qft N ! heels and toes for OUU u FlaiUielette GoWnS. Woman's good quality fine ribbed j Pink and white stripe yoke and hlack Cashmere Hose, spliced heel fl roll collar, nicely trimmed with her- and toes, for only. 3 pair OKn V. ringbone braid; a regular 98c quality for 51.00, or, per pair OOO I (especially priced for RRo ' I Saturday only ... Ask to se our line of Misses' and H Children's new fall drpqpe; run u M Blue with white stripes, and pink blouse front, sailor collars-all the 1 ; with white stripes, yoke of plain new and leading styles Pdces rang- I material to match, with deep collar, ing from 31.25. $1 65 SI 9 onmi 1 1 finished with rulfles, a 51.25 QOp a special number foi- -- "" value for Saturday gaturdny only COC 1 DELINQUENT S Lower Mammoth littfYr Principal office, room r?JlS;c Salt Lake City. JS?" OT-i near Mammoth, Juab police- There aro detJI5 following described itoeJVx nsDCSHment No. 13 of 5 fM levied on tho 7th day oft aoveral amounts Bet onD No rcspcctlvo shareftS Cert Name. 171-Isaac Strnus ... ( t 2u-Jacob M. Koch '! i 3U Isaac Straus . " " 'A 19JS-Patrlck Mullln 3 15H-Pa trick Mullln tj0 2422-1 udson Sons & Co&f VST?- QH- Beckman. -W 210-J S. Fcrrla ... VSX 2035-A. C. Ellla ... '." 2D37-A. C. Ellla ... . SW1 J. Obcrndorfor "VRcJ 3242-Mrs. M. J. Brcnnon ?o01-T3. A. nartenstein -IS; Sw3 Ei. A. Ilartenstein it'1 3668-F. Reynanr .... SCSI-Gilbert P EoromaWff-313S--E. A. HartenstclnS 3702-DoWltt B. Low" ! 3709 Julius Davldeon ' 3720 James W Llr.ncll 3721 Ralph Guthrlo ..""'J 3722 Ij, B, Bamberger 3723 D. U. Pccry, Jr.7SH 3724 W. H. Irvine & Coilr : 3725 George E. Dalton..3i 3726 H. C. Myers Z Oberndorfer 372S II. C. Hoffman ...'! ' 3729 Luce & JenningB.,,;fS 3739 J. Oborndorfor 3765 John Stanflcld ,.,'JU 3770 Child-Cole &, Co.r 3773 J A. Pollock &. Cot 3779 J. A. Pollock & Cof. 37EO-J. A Pollock & Cd 37S W. B. Andrew ....fiff- 37SS I. D. Tra'-is 375,W. B( Lake Sh 37D7 J. Oberndorfer ...rflt SE06 Julius Haupt 3S25 H. W. Doscher 3009 DeWltt B. Lowe..1&l 3910-J. A. Pollock & CoTfe1 3931 It. E. Hoag 3933 J. Obcrndoifo- ...?4& And in accordance with' dcr of tho board of direbl 7th day of. August, IWoif. of each pairrcl of stock 1 1.' sary will bo gold at publ office of the company, a IT Ing. Sav't Lake City, Tj( P day of September, 1905,? f in., to pay tho dcllnq; thereon, together with vcrtlslng and expense 0: A. ree; ' First publication Septj , DELINQUENT! Silver Shield Mining Si, a corporation. Prlncln ncsa, Salt Lake City, I 'ft Notice. There aro de il following described ste assessment No. U, levli tho several amounts'! t names of tho rcspcctlv i: followa. B it No. Name. H 12-12 F. H Bctta fl 1243 F. H. Beits . C 1244- F. H. Bctts i T. 93911. B Cole ?. in 651 Mrs. Emma Cum 909 Rudolph Elslnger: 5 22 R. Forrester 5 178 R. Forrester 1177 N. Frleberg 1179 Arthur M. Friebei 11C3 Everett Fowler it, 257 Ella A. Golding ..' ?. 1C0-J. B. Krusllng....'i -176 J. B. Krusllng.-..S K 4S-I Robert Howard 2 IS5 Robert Howard v 1132 J. L Hamilton ..-?! 616 William I. Levy.."! n 473 William I. Levy.S?! a 92S William Lew i 127C Joseph Oberndorfei 600 Carrie Sannermanl 759 Currle Sannermanl 741 John H. Strlckleri 00 Susan B. Sawj'erl 621 M. N. Tobias 963 S. J. Taylor 967 W. E. White ...T 104-V. E. Walsh....it 1271 A. P. Magn 1293 H. S. Joseph 1299 Hudson Sons & -C 1329 J. A Pollock & -.C 1333-Chlld-Cole Co. ...v ' "13C5-S, J. Paul. I 140$ E. S. Plank ;?! 1417 W, J. Brownlng.ji 1431 J. L. Hamilton ,..1 1439 A. S. Campbell...:. 1459-Child-Colo Co. ...T 1IS2-.T. A. Pollock &. Ci 1496 E. A. Hartcnstcln:, 1512 E. H. Mead 1550 W. M. Kcnna ..? 1551 W. M. Kenna....?; 1552 W. M. Kcnna ... 1596-A. S Campbell 14C6 Mover & Joscph.T 790-E. M. Wall .....I and In accordance with of tho board of direct! 14. 1905, so many snarea such stock as may bej cold at tho company s nick block. Salt Lakp.'C tembcr 30, 1905, at 10 a! quont assessment tneri co3t of advertising anc R. Iv. HARLEY. Asj Office 511 McCornickS NOTICE OF SPECL To amend articles of In Rio Grande Western J Notice Is hereby giv of tho stockholders of Western Railway cob called at the prluclpaH pany in Salt Lake City 1903, at 12 o'clock noon," tlclos of incorporation company by adding at graph 'Sixteenth.' tin the Territory of Utah.; charter ot tnc party of the' following words, M "A branch line of ml such line to said Bins point about five mllest company's depot at Bl Salt Lake county. Utal nlng northwesterly an; twenty miles, more or. tho south shore of in Salt Lake and Tooel The stock transfer mx fer of stock will be cloi business on Septcmbed main closed unUl tnei of the meollng .i Dated Septombcr, 9th, 3a STEPI J THE UNION" I'Afa coaiPAJj Annual The annual meeting cM of tho Union Pacific be held at the office oM Salt Lake City, Utfth.W tobcr 10th, 1. tho election of six pany. and for the ' JgM other business as xnaym foro the mejln Dated September 8, NOTICE OF STOC MEETLTj Oregon Short Line H The annual meeting of the Oregon Short 1 Pany will held at company In Sabh Wednesday. Octoper o'clock o. ra",hfB0-corop directors tftjfii& transaction of sucn ow le trail v come before ' Thursday. $gg& jjatod-AtisuBtflfeW