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g THL- SALT LAKE TRIBUNE,. SATURDAY MORNING-,- OCTOBER 2, 1909, . 13 H
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WILL BK GOOD, PEKHAPSi
;11 to The Tribune !
IflbGDEN'. Oil. 1-The Republican prl- J
y rflc-' for the rlty convent Ion, which will
V flliolit TI nrsiiu. October 7, wore, lieltl
'ttflvc nurds tills evening. Delegates
-J Sri elfi U 1 from each ward to Jillciul
Ill phc following nominations for coun
jTi ,ftm in ci'h ward were made:
rirst ward. .John Austin, the In
fl nhont. received "13 votes: V. .1. Slev
Vfc 3-.ir.. 00. Jn the Second ward. John
fcttlLarson defeated the Incumbent, Dr.
s fj. Powers, for the nomination, by a
i to of iJ- lo 5G. In -the Third ward.
A nr J Barker received the nomination
Hacclninaticui. In the Fourth ward.
MTlev T. .Moves was given tle nomlna
;iTover Arthir Kuhn. hy a vote of If. I
3ll JO. The Fifth ward was the sceile of
riost spirited eon to." U which resulted
flthe renomluatlon of Dr. G. A. Dick
on, tl'f Ineiim'ocnt.
fPROYEMBXTS TO BE
utccinl to The Tribune.
pGD12N Oet. 1. Kxcavallon work for
l handsome new freight depot, which
Hl be erected In Ogdcn by the Hnrrl
"in roads, will begin on Monday. This
"bin; announced today after Engineer A.
i&Campbcll had received the revised and
Sfeprovcd plans for the 5100.000 structure.
Jfctis probable that tho new depot will
iiyVrcady for occupancy by the first part
Safncxt Manh. When completed, the
KJldlng will be one of the handsomest
flight dcpoLs on the entire Ilar
iMlan svstem. The. structural steel for
ifiVTE liulKlInc: has been ordered and will
olflvc In Ocden within the next forty
gys. in ample time for the construction
(Sw'lc, which cannot begin for some time,
ii3tll the excavations for the foundations
jgjm Accounting of Fees.
Xlnl to The Tribune.
JRSpGDKX. Oct. 1 The regular monthly
itottcmont of fees were filed with thc
!5j!bntv clerk this afternoon by the county
KSfrpnler. Tho recorder's fees for the
JSSlhth are $205.05. The fees collected In
JRSnpffice of the county clerk arc 103.30.
JSH License to Wed.
fecial lo The Tribune.
GjaDGDEN Oct. 1. A license to marry
IjltBj Issued by the county clerk this aft-
SSioon to James D. Chamberlain and
Sifio, 1 Joskins, both of Garfield.
,jPr-ovo News Notes 1
fecial to The Tribune.
jglROVO, Oct. 1. Mrs. Lora Duffln, wife
.rrB. P. Duffln died last night from can
TMfut the family home In the Fifth ward.
GS& was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.SSorge B. Gardner of Virgin City, l'tah.
ffl'djcnnic to Provo with her husband and
.REnlly about one year ago. Mrs. Duffiu
g born January 8. 1SG2. She left a
MSsband. eleven children and one grand
Majd. FunTal services will be held from
.W-DjTFIflh ward meeting: house Monday at
ffifhere was a meeting held last night
gSfthe district court room of citizens
jJJjjM-osted In sewer district No. 11. John
Mllucr was elected chairman and John
ecy secretary. The object of the mect
"iHjffwus to discuss the Intention of the
Eh(Ium ,U)ard as to connecting with the
gjjsver and the iiroporllon the state should
iS'of the los' of- construction.
ivAouncllmnn Newell stated that the
'rer committee was endeavoring to get
E;nTeetIng with the stale board of in-Sn'i'-
m,t ,,a' 1101 VL succeeded.
jS?.0f general discussion tools place, in
iSJJqh Coumllmen ICnudsen and Newell
-5)lalned tho cost and extent of the
tiartposed sewer, etc.
.KffUfmotlon was made and carried that a
w"fnnilttce or live he appointed to moot
jisllf the city council sewer committee
$S3iask the sewer committee to rociulrc
lt'slnlR board of Insanity to contribute
t'ijltOOO toward building the sewer and for
iii Ifltprlvllocc of using It. The follow-
eonilltee was appointed: John
vlllkcy. John R. Mllner. Thomas Board -
Kovnl Wooley anil Hyrum llotton.
:Hh(i TUt ..! k Sunday sclijol ro.ivtn
Oliln; convened Thursday In the Methodist
ajscopnl ihiirch. with delegated from the
Sftrclpal Kihools of the state in' at
ajSRdance. Mrs. Mary Iroftr Byrnes of
irscJcago gave a lecture on "Spokes of the
fctiHuy School Wheel "
"SChe meeting was resumed at 9 a. m.
.jjglay and Sunday school management
jjibpSi the general topic. A paper. "The
JVL-iificrlntendent and Ills Work," was read
ej&Miss M. Alice lselv of Provo.
fKflliSj'fd Buss of the Brisham Young uni
rSplty lost a horse yesterday and It was
.Pfjnd that a boy named George Brown
13 SQfycars of agi had stolen the animal
utarted for Provo valley. He was
jKtiSbrchondi'd In Provo canyon this morn
njtSAfinnd brought liack to Provo and turned
.4:J" to the Juvenile court.
jj5hls Is the second time the boy lias
ZttjVL caught stealing horses.
NOMINATE AT PROVO
jgjfelal to The Tribune.
sSpUOVO. Oct. 1. Delegates were elect-jjsg-to
the city convention and nominations
5fS 13c for tin- city council nt the Ilenubll
53 ' primaries here today, as follows:
wlfj'8t w.ird, R. E. Allen; Second ward,
Vt! Irew Knudson; Third ward, A. W.
iojt',1 .rdlng: Fotirlh ward. George Powclsen;
'J.Uh ward Itev J. Challen Smith. The
!;0'ji. Mr Smith Is pastor of the Con-;ij;-t
'gatlonal church and has been very
llflilve the past two years In prohibition
0!$ esolut Ions pledging delegates and fu
MAltV officials to prohibition wv're passed
yfilftth1 First, Second. Fourth and Fifth
l.lbUvdi'. The Third ward rejected pro
KiTlKllou resolutions. In the Second and
M'rth iards counter resolutions were In
tglliXuced for high license and strict regit-
BOY HUNTER MAY
LOSE SIGHT OF EYE!
Special to The Tribune.'
OGDISX, Oct. ).-C!irford C:lvc. the.
iglitcen-year-old son of George F. Cuve,
a well-known druggist of Ogdcn, was ac
cidentally shot in the luce at . o clock
this morning while out duck hunting, and
as a result may lose the sight of one of
his eyes. , , ,
As soon as the news of the accident
reached the eltv. the boy's father. G corse
F. Cave, and County Physician J. u
Pldcock. -prepared to take the Injured
hid to Salt I.ake. When he reached here,
several hours later, he was taken to the
L. P. S. hospital, where It was report
ed late this afternoon there Is grave
dung-r of his losing tin- sight In the In
VISITS OGDEN CANYON
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 1. Accompanied by As
sistant I'ostinaster-General 1 1 all and
Postmaster FIsk of San Francisco. Postmaster-General
Frank II. Hitchcock was
In Ogdcn for several hours today, on his
return from Yellowstone park.
I'pou their arrival In Ogdcn tnev were
met bv Postmaster J. W. Shurlllff and
former Postmaster "Bill" Classman, who
entertained the visitors on a trip through
Ogdcn canvon. reluming to tho city at
"noon, where a lunch was served in honor
of the visitors at the Weber club, by
President A. R. Haywood
New Theater Deal.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 1. .1. 13. Fills of the Jole
moving picture house here, lias bought
the Globe theater at Brlgham City from
Norman Stark, and will run the two
houses In connection with each other. In
terclianslng films and other attractions
shown. The deal was consummated yes
terday through Walt Rlchcy, a local real
Howell Says "No."
Special to The Tribune.
OGDI'N. Oct. 1 Acting under an or
der Issued by Ilstrlct Judge J. A. How
ell todav. County Clerk Samuel Dye has
given notice to the voter-s of' Hunts
vlllo that at the municipal election to
be held November 1'. the question as to
the dlshicorporation or the town will be
decided at the polls.
Tho petition for the dislncorporalion of
Huntsvlllo City was tiled In the district
l court a few days ago by over a hundred
I voters and taxpayers of the little city.
latlon. but were voted down by the pro
There is much talk In Provo of start
lug a third local party In favor of antl
prohibltlon. Heretofore political matters
have been divided along Demoernlle-Rc- I
publican lines, but there Is much discus
sion of rearranging matters so that the
cleavage will bo wet or dry. The lhpior
question Is the only one on which the
local voters hold decided opinions, hence
the possible shift In political lines. Many
who are in favor of state prohibition op
pose local prohibition unless it Is lo ap
ply to ail sections alike, because of its
probable effect on the mislness done
1 NEWS OF PARK CBTY
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Oct. 1 The funeral of
Ilobert Dalglish. who died In this city
Tuesday, was hold from tho: family resi
dence this afternoon, and was largely at
tended. The Rev. Mr. Martin of the
Methodist church delivered the funeral
address and spoke many words of sympa
thy to the family of the deceased. Many
beautiful floral offerings evidenced the
high esteem In which Mr. Dalglish was
held by his many friends. Interment wnx
In Glenwood cemetery.
lillen D. Megow. treasurer of the Na
tional Political Refugee Defense league,
gave an Interesting and Instructive lec
ture on Mexico las,t evening at the band
stand on Main street. The lady's storv
dealt with the condition of Mexico at this
time, and how those conditions affect
the workers of the Tutted States. A larse
crowd remained throughout the lecture."
"Lights and Shadows or Mormon
ism," for sale at Tribune branch office,
1 ADDITIONAL SPORTS "
fiigh Schoo! Football
Although tiie football squad was ratln-r
small Friday afternoon, inn- of -the fast
est prartlees of the season was held
"Dad" Convlll was well pleased with the
work of the boys, especially with the
way In which the new plays were han
dled. The "fiftex-n-hour" rule will go Into ef
fect before tho Granite game, and ou
this account Convjll has Impressed upon
the boys the necessity of hard work If
the championship Is to be retained by
the school. It Is rather late to refill
vacant positions caused by regular play
ers falling in studies, but It must be
done. Captain Flr.patrfok and Coach
Convlll were busy Friday afternoon
rounding up some new candidates.
Convlll has set the time for the Sat
urday morning practice at 0 o'clock, in
order that as many of the scpiad as pos- J
sible can take In the game at Ogden i
between the Ogdcn high school and the
Football Player in Danger. i
BLOOM INGTON. Ind. Oct. 1. "One
chance in fiftv to live." was the verdict
given privately to J'resldent Bryan and
Head Coach James Sheldon yesterday by
an Indianapolis specialist on blood dis
eases, after lie hud examined "Big" Duke
Trimble, the Indiana football tackle, who
(ts at a hospital with acute blood polson-
S10 PROTECT YOURSELF
V) By wearing ROCKWOOD ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS UNDERWEAR.
ijmfcn t&i The White Plague Armor. Price $2.50. i
2W$wMty Or the "Rockvood Standard" wool underwear. I
frif Mado under supervision of Dr. F. S. Pratt.
''IS'! n State Board of Health in Circular S, (page 7 states
ffBt u "Woolen clothing should be worn next to the body."
do M'f'd, by Geo. Rockwood Sc Co., Bennington, Vt Ask your dealer for it.
ll'F SIEGEL CLO. CO., Wholesale and Retail Distributors. Salt Lake City.
i "For Saturdayi in addition to our full line of Fresh j
I Wish and Oysters, we have some very choice offerings j
lln FRESH DRESSED POULTRY.
JL jBpring Ducks, per lb . . 20c OYSTERS. j
pppring Chickens, 25 to 30c Large Cans Selects 60c j;
rjFat Hens 22c Small Cans Selects. . . ,40c I
p BOOTH FISMEMIES CO.
;' 30 West 1st South. j
I Slip-over gingham aprons Children's school aprons 1
quality gingham kind we sell regularly jjj J rlfroto UearsTage. Ta
i ''m For Saturday5 one days selling ' .1
I 'Sj S9c a yard for ene lot 79c for the other 1 j
1 AJfW" Ypu select from over a thousand yds. of high-class Swis3 Select from 850 yards of exquisite skirtings full 27 ins. deep, j
S CSLS" WSP and nainsook, 18-inch flouncing in exquisite emhroidery 0P work floral and bhnd emhroidery-excellent quality of nam- I
H m 'ilrf2. lt . . .. , ;1 , , , sook and Swiss fabrics. Splendid values at up to $1.50 a yard
1 ZSFfflmr f$ Wl i Patterns - dutiful floral and open work . This remarkable one-day sale brings you your-se- p
8 T5Br?n ''Ml tnMZvt' - i designs. Worth at regular sale to $1.00 a feOifa leotion from the entire elegant assortment at the i 5
I 'm 1 -yard-Choose Saturday at J yard 6
i a f 13 f 1 l3IPlbL Saturday offers from the i j
A few good ones from the g domestic aisie
8 wJl JL -jy 10 dozen beautifully stitched comforts ;
1 FSO.OVCO83 WS,F rf$riUTTrr covered with fine silkoline full 72 by 84 ' i
c wllW 1 1 "1C SZe worfck S3.00 each -b Qjf j j
$7-50 coats for $3.95 Tailored liaen waist fl'7 s at only. . $ I i
"' Lightweight wool coats. In 27-Inch Neatly made tailored waists in plain II M k Vl Fancy plaid DlanlcetS a beautiful $10.00
8 length, single and double-breast- tucked styles, some with front A I ml ' W''l mi&litv Saturdav onlv thev C? F3 Hk P61 l
S I- 3HP ed 8t'les- colIars of sIlk- scml" hand-embrolderod, In white and fiM! M' ' . MJ Oa6Urad.y OUiy Dney ML ;
I B vSvfN lined, suitable for wearing theso colors with cuffs and collar to V , I V are yOUrS, at each tjyU'o'u' 1 tJ.
rtVnftuaM I 0001 evenings; choose QC match, button "front styles with ' fi I A' t
n rmWW Saturday only, at p.j peari or crochet buttons- ,Cam'' A thousand pairs of white, ecru and cream ;
i lwilfr Q,rAQfAV Priced at $1.50 to $6.95 .M-'aV Nottingham lace curtains beautiful pat- ! j ,
MjWT S! White waists at 49c "WW Sr.." 95c
H styles and,, different weaves: col- A fine lot of white llnccric waists. J II ,Uj t . ' i
l - "wn ortngs are plain and In comblna- broken line of sizes, white lawn '.WW White CUrtain SwiSS Splendid line Of pret- 1
13 b:ffijM$ffi't& tlon effects; sizes for women and with embroidery and lace trim- i. z.a e n 'oc j
U ij&'D misses- mlngs. worth to $1.35 each; choose l'J V' ty patterns full 36 lUChea Wide Q I .-
I STlTA Pnces $1.75 to $5.95 dtt.y ...49c I worth 12c a yd. Saturday special. OC
I Regular $1.35 blaok sateen, imi- Splendid SI. 50 quality black sa- Sateen and genuine Heatherbloom A splendid line of jersey top petti- Black and fancy colored moire pet- l '
I tation Heatherbloom, striped ging- teen and Heatherbloom petticoats petticoats in full ruffled flounce coats with extra full Heather- cicoats with tailored and plaited j
I ham and chambray petticoats with wide tailored and embroid- styles with narrow stitched straps bloom flounce a very speoial of- flounce full line of sizes worth , :
H vanous miffled and flounced styles ered flounce with full dust ruf- also twelve-inch embroidered fering brings them to you Sat- $4.00 each Choose Saturday at C
g all lengths Saturday only fie Choose Saturday at only flounoe Saturday special urday at the extremely low price only j I
89c $1.29 $1.69 $2.95 $2.98 j j
Inc:. Tho polponfii; was noi rausod by
Injury ruu'lvod while at practlci', but by
a blister on the heel rubbed by a new
Khoe. Trimble opened the blister wllli a
pen knlfi; and the blood poisoning, fol
lowed. Ho has been oft tho field since
To Inspect Canneries.
Walter J Frazifr. city food inspector,
and Uopuly Slate Food Inspector Ik-brr
.". Smith will mako a trip to Ogden. Roy
and oilier towns of Wc-bor county Satur
day for an inspection of the canneries of
llioso places. IOspclal attention will bo
given lo the tomato cuniicrins. and It Is
proposed to make a careful Inspection
with a view lo Jjiinglng about better con
ditions In some of the factories. All kinds
of canneries will bo visited, some of
which are known lo be satisfactory. In
order lo get Into touch with the condl
llons In tho dllTrrenL plans
Salt Lake Tfeeaftre
Geo. D. Pyper. Manager.
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:15.
TonlQht Lost Time.
MORT H. SINGER
Offers the T.a S.iU Theatre Succes?5.
rp-p ATT I) with
Ned Wayburn's Dancing Broilers and
tho Idolized Chorus.
rrl es: Kvcnhij,-, Joe lo 1.50; .Mati
nee. :.e to SI."".
Next attraction, all next week, "The
Third Degree. " Seat sale now on.
Both phones 35G9.
I MATINEE TODAY AT 2;I5
i EVERY EVENING 8:15
I Eleanor (IimcIdh & Co.
I T.a l'?tit.; Revue.
' The Walthour Trio. The Five Avolos.
, I-ena l'ant.er
Davoy I'nney Moore.
Th Klnodrome Orplvnni Orchestra
Mntlr.ee prices luc. 25e. SOe; oven
j Ing price.n -5c. r0c, "Sc.
Mntlnce Todny 2:15,
Kxtra Performance Sunday tfiKlil.
Starling Monday, "IN DREAM -LAND.""
g ft 3lt Lnkc's
I oe yrano Mls;hopuspci,,nr
With Matinees Wednesday and
WILLARD MACK STOCK CO.
Including Miss Blanche Douglas
j In still another 5- show at Grand
prkes Augustus Thomas' Greatest
"THE OTHER GIRL."
Full of Fun and Just as Full of
Pathos. KvenliiBS. 25c, uOe. 75c.
Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday,
Next Week "LOVERS' LANE."
LAST TWO PERFORMANCES
I QU VADIS"
Matinee Today 2:15.
All seats reserved. 2T.e mid 50c.
Prices: 2.ie. 50c and 7nc.
"THE COWBOY AND THE LADY."
LIBERTY MINING COMPANY. I
Principal place of business, room 503
Utah Savings and Trust Company build- I
1 ins:. Sail Lake Cily, Utah..
Notice is hereby given that at a meot
Inu of Ihe directors, held on the lib day
of September. IWJ, an assessment of 5
rr-nts per sharo was levied on the capital
steel; of the corpora lion, payable lo llar
' vev .1. Jones, secretary, room 003 Utah
t Savings and Trust Company building.
Sail Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon
v.hleh this assessment may remain un
i paid on lie fith day of October. 1000. will
' he delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and. unless payment 13
made before, will bo sold on tint 2-lth
day of October. P.IO'J, lo pay the de
llnnucut assessment, together with the
cost' of advertising and expense of sale.
HAP.V12V" 1.. JONES.
.10:! Ptab Savings and Trust Company
oulldlng. Salt l.ako Cltv. Utah.
3STATE OF ANltf T. BEERS, Deceased.
The undersigned will sell nt private
s-ale the following property located at
No. 51 West First South street. Salt Lake
City. Utah, more particularly described as
Commencing at a point fiO fe.l writ
from Iho northeast corner of lot 5. blocc
C'J. plat "A " Salt- lnko City survey,
running thence west :;o feel; thenco south
11". feet; tbonee east HO feet; thence noith
IIS feel lo place- of beginning.
On or alter Saturday, tho 0th day of
October. A. D. 1900. and written bids will
bo received at the oflico of Young .v
Moyle. neseret Notional Bank building.
Salt liko City. I'tali- Terms of sale,
cash. 10 per cent payable at time of salo,
balance upon eonllrmation by the court,
TAYLOR II. WOOLKY.
ALBARONI U. WOOLIOV.
Paled Salt Lake City. Sept. 23, 1000
Ymng & Moyle, A norm ya. X3015
An ordinance levying a tax and for the
assessment of property on all streets
within the district lying between the cen
ter Hue of Third South street and the
center line of Ninth South street, and the
west line of Third West street and the
Jordan river; nud between the south side
of Second South street and the center
line of Third South street, and the wesl
side of Ninth West street ami the Jordan
river; also on both sides of Jefferson
street from Ninth South street to Mead
avenue. In Sidewalk Districts Nos. 5, 15.
20. 21. 31. 10 and 11. for the construction
of cement sidewalks.
Re It ordained by the City Council of
Salt Lake City. L'lah:
Section l. That the City Council does
hereby levy the tax and provide for the
assessment of the same upon tho prop
erly hereinafter described In Sidewalk
Districts Nos. 5. 15. 20. 21, 31. 10 and
II. for tho const ruction of cement side
walks, lo wit:
In lots I and 5. block -IS; 1. fi. 7 and
block -17; 1 and 5. block II; I and .".
i.loek 30; 2, 3, 1 and 5. block 20: 1 and
s block 2S; I. I. 5, 0. 7 and S, block 2C;
2. I and 5. block 25: 1 and 5, block 12:
l. 2. 3. I. 5. C. 7 and S. block 11; 1. C. 7
and s. block 0; 1. 2. S. 1 and 5. block S;
ami I. block 2, Walker's subdivision, block
0. all fn plat A. abutting on the east sldo
of Third West street between Third
South and Eighth South streets: on the
west side or Third West street between
Third Sou Lli and Fourth Sou lb streets,
and between Sixth South and Eighth
South streets; on the wesl side of Fourth
West street between Fifth South and
Slxlh South slreeli!. and between Eighth
South and Ninth South streets; on the
! east side of Fourth Wesl street between
Fourth South and Ninth South streets;
Ion the south side of Slxlh South street
! between Third Wesl and Fourth "West
streets; and on the north side of Ninth
j South street between Washington and
Second West streets, and between Third
West and Fourth "West sheets.
This lax Is levied to defray the ex
pense of constructing cement sidewalks
upon the properly hereinbefore and here
inafter described to be especially affected
and beneiltcd by said Improvement, and it
Is hereby adjudged, determined and es
tablished that said property will be espe
I clallv beneiltcd thereby lo the full amount
of tho tax hereby levied, and said parcels
of land arc hereby assessed at an equal
and uniform rate In accordance .with Ihe
linear foot frontage upon said portions
of said streets fronting upon and to a
depth of iwenty-ilve (25) feel back therc
frovi. and the tax hereby levied and to
he assessed upon said parcels of land Is
ten thousand nine hundred elghty-lhree
and 23-100 (Sl0.yS3.23 dollars, or one and
.ViofiSii-10.000.000 (S1.05I.1GSG) dollars per
front or linear fool of abutting property
for six-fool sidewalks upon the slreeH
above mentioned In Sidewalk Districts
Nos. 5. 15. 20, 21. 31. -10 apd It. there
being 10.411.0) feet of abutting property
within tho boundaries of the lots, blocks
and streets above mentioned in said dis
tricts, which Is the total eost and cost
per front foot of said iddewalks accord
ing to the contract entered into for the
pcrformanee of said work and making
said improvement, wlih James Kennedy
Construct Ion company, dated the J2th day
of Julv. RI00. and the Treasurer Is here
bv authorized and directed to assess In
accordance with the provisions of this
ordinance for the purpose herein men1
The west side of lots I and 5, block IS:
Ihe east side of lots 1 ai.-d II. the north
fei t anil I In- south I.'". 5 fc t of
th cast --'lilt of luL i. the north I !5
feet and the south 12C.95 feet of the east
side of lot S. block 17: the west side of
lot I. and the west and northwest sides
of lot 5, block II; tho west side of lol 5,
mid the south 315.12 feel and the north
0.1S feet of the west side of lot I, block
30; ihe wesl side of lots 2 and 5. the south
OS. 1 5 feel and Lho north 53.05 feet of the
west side of lot 3. the south 1.35 feet
and the north 110.05 feel of the west side
of lot I. block 20: the east side of lots 1
and S. block 2S; the north side of lots 5. 0.
7 and S. the cast side of lots 1 and S. the
west side of lot I. the north 301.5 feet
and the south 11.7 feet of the west side
of lot 5, block 2G; the west side of lois
2. 3, 1 and 5. blqck 25; the west side of
lot S, the south 25 1. OS feet and the north
CO. 42 feet of the west side of lol 4, block
12; the cast side of lots 1. C. 7 and S.
the wesl side of lots 2. 3 and 5. ami the
south 50.11 feet and the north 100. IC
feet of the west s.ide of lot I. block 11;
lho east side of lots 1. C and 7. the
north H.GS feet and the north SS reel of
the south 110.22 feel, and the south 17.02
feet of the east side of "lot S. block 0;
the south side of lots 2. S and I. the
'cast MI.50 feet and the west G.71 feet
of the south side of lot 1. the west side
of lot 5. the south 1G1.27 feet and the
north US feci of the south 2SS.G7 feel, and
tho north 32.33 feet of the west side of
lot 1, block S; the west 0.72 fet of the
south side of lot 1, black 2. Walker's sub
division of block" G. plat A. Salt Lake City
survey, as the same are shown upon the
official plats of said city, to a depth of
twenty-live (25) feet back from said
striets. and to collect said lax.
Sec. 2. Said tax shall become and he
delinquent ill live equal yearly Install
ments, with Interest on the whole sum
unpaid at the rate of six per cent per an
num, payable at the time each install
ment Is due. to wit: One-llfth thereof
one year after the approval of the ordi
nance conllrmlng the levy of the tax for j
the pnvment for such Improvement; one
nflh thereof in two years after such up- I
proval; one-llfth thereof in thiee years
.after such approval: one-llfth thereof In
four vcars after such approval; and one
llfth thereof In live years after such ap
proval. One or more of said Installments.
In the order In which they are payable,
or the whole special tax may he paid at
nuv time within thirty days after the
nnprovnl of the ordinance conllrmlng the
lew of Iho tax. without Interest. In the
event of any installment, or the Interest
aforesaid, not being paid on the date the
same becomes due. the whole amount of
the special tax unpaid at the lime wild
Installment and Interest are due shall be
come due and payable, and shall draw
Interest at the rate of eight per cent per
annum until sale of the property assessed:
provided one or more installments, In the
order In which they are payable, or Ihe
whole special lax unpaid, may he paid on
the dav any installment becomes due by
paying the amount thereof and interest to
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall lake effect
Passed bv th? Cily Council of Salt
Lake Cltv. L'tah. September 20. 1000. and
referred to tho Mayor for his approval.
.1. .H M OR ETON. City Recorder.
Approved this 30th day of September.
1900. J. S. LIRA NSFORD.
State of l'tah. City and County of Salt
Lake ss. , ,
1. .1. P. Moreton. Cilv Recorder of Salt
Uike Cltv. l'tah. do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing Is a full, true
and correct copy of an ordinance cn
iltled. "An ordinance 1-vylng a tax and
I for ihe assessment, of properly on all
I ircits within the dlstilct lying between
the center line of Third South street and 3
the center line of Ninth South street and 1
the west line of Third West street ar l ij
the Jordan river, and between tho soutn
side of Second South street nnd the ecu- .
ler line of Third South street, and the i
wesl side of Ninth West street and the !
Jordan river; also on both sides of Jeff-r- j
son street from Ninth South street tr
Mead avenue, in Sidewalk Districts Nos j
5 15. 20. 21. 31. 10 and II. for the con
struction of cement sidewalks." passe 1
bv the Cltv Council of Salt Lake Cll.
Flab September 29. 1000. ami approved J
by the Mnvor. September 30. 1900. as ap- W
pears of record in my office. g
In witness whereof I have hereunto sr I ft
mv hand and affixed the corporate seal J4
of' said city, this 30lh day of Sepiembo B
fc.al ) J. 13. MORETON.
v City Recorder S
Rill No. US. . f
Sidewalk Extension No. I2t. S
Second partial estimate. nl'- it
CALL FOR BEDS H
Tor Construction of Additions to Mon Stfl
tana State Capitol Building. 1
Sealed proposals for the furnishing ol 61
all labor, materials and equipment neces- VH
eary to properly complete additions tc SjH
and alterations In tho state capltol build- M
Ing at Helena. Mont., in accordance will: vM
the nlans and specifications, will bo re- flH
eelved at the office of the state board fllH
cf examiners, at the capltol building, in
the city of Helena. Mont., up to two (2) '
o'clock P- m.. November 10. 1009. The
plans, specifications nnd full details of
bid can be obtained by communicating
with F. M. Andrews & Co.. archl- IB
tecls Waldorf-Astoria hotel. New jB
York" city. or Haire & Link.
architects. Power block. Helena
Mont-: or Mains . Link, architects. State
Savings bank building. Butte. Mont.; or
the office of the state board of examiners. tM
Helena, Mont. The excavation and base- tM
ment walls will have been fully coin- ,
pleted under Independent contract. .
STATE HOARD OF EXAMINERS. H
r.y A. N. YODER. Secretary IB
Dato of first publication. Septcmbor IS,
ASSESSMENT NOTICE. H
Pioehe Metals Mining company. Prln
clpal place of business. Salt Lake Llty.
U Notice Is hereby given that at a meet- 1)1
Ing of the board of directors, held pur- iH
Hinnt lo adjournment on Wednesday.
September 22. 1000. an assessment of one. IJH
cent lie) per share was levied upon tjie : IJH
capital stock of tho corporation, payable ;
to C" A. Cook, secretary and treasurer, ,
on or before October 30. 1900. at his of-
flee. 510 McCornlck building. Salt Lak'
Cltv. Utah. Any stock upon which this ; fJJJH
assessment may remain unpaid on Octo-
hor 30. 1009, will be delinquent and ad-
vcrtlsed for sale at public auction, and lM
unices payment Is made before will pe
s;old on November 30; 1009. to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with the H
cost of advertising and expense, of sale.
C. A. COOK, ,
Secretary of said Company. iH
Office. 510 McCornlck building. Salt FtfH
Lake City. Utah. .33I3 tH
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