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L DESJ3RET EVENING NEWS MONDAY AUGUSTII101 i A fF
GRISUOM WILL
VISIT ROOSEVELT
hoes Direct From Prost Taft at
Beverly to Hold Conference
At Sagamore Hill
OF UNUSUAL IMPORTANCE
Jlfllcml Kciilt Will bo Clc rcr Dcflnl
1 tion of llclntluii HolMfcn Pi hlelil
And 12Pr < ldcnl
I Oyrfer Hiiy N V AtlR U KxPros
Jdent ItwKOvelt announced today that
HId i Orlncoiiii chnlriimn of tho Nnw
I I Yortc UflUbllcnn county committee will
om f to sagamor Hill t < imorro for a
ClrliMjoin lust
Onr roll < i Mr apvnt
Zllrhl with President Tuft at llmerly
lough Lol KiUMWVolt would not ay
tiut Mi LJ scorn will come lu Sjsa
tho IeUsr of an Important
more Hill II If
nts1lIg from President Tuft The lOn
t tliTofoie will ho of mure tlmti
colonel would
uunl iTiuxjrtance Tho
iil ntinnir to tho buro iinnounovment
that Mi Hrisooni wim to oorne except
lro I ii tn it he hful rend nlth truitt In
1ert the dlspiitcheH from Hevorly In
iniailng that tho president 18 expocl
ne Sco Holllngur to resign nnd tint
fnator Aldrich and Sponkor Cannon nv
tho uiuie uro to I > u In lau direct con
lid with the lulmlnlatratlon Ho ro
fuwd 10 gIve hlM vl < nv on thin iiub
i It > r to n y whether the tnasHUKO
vhkli Mr Clrlscom benr conntltutPH
inethr Etp In the ImlnUtrntlonii
conditions
rona > fr readjusting
vllhin he party
MPOUTANT KBkJUIrS EXP CTED
It n UHevod hero however thnt aa a
roulI f Mr Grlsootns visit the exact
nUtionii between tho president and thu
xprldent will bu moro clearly dc
Ane < l though no rubllc announcement
lot roMe
lin 101 ncx MVPlt i return from
trlH he has resolutely avoided pluc
inx himself on record In rcRnrd to the
Taft dilmlnliitratlon He IIBH con tho
irwMent only onco and then for n com
ufliuHv abort limp during hl vlflt
to H iston tor the Harvard commence
attn So fur a H known no mcssagcM
thorn rlnee that
lae paused botwexm
time and It is believed President Taft
jIreN to nxcrtaln hero his pred >
< sjr stands psirtloulurly In view of
the national campnltrn which Is soon
ID jt under way
Cnl UowiveltH western trip Is to
itart mi Tuesday of next wn k Dur
ing the trip it Is expected that ho will
place hlmrelf on record In regard to a
number nf matters of croat Interest to
ike country and to the Republican
party one of them will be the con
natlon of natural resource
While It Is believed Col Hoosevclt
will not have ono word of criticism of
the administration in nny of these
ierhec there Is Rood ground for tim
wumitlon that he will not depart
from the vlsorou Maud for conserva
tion which ax assumed whlln he wns
ptMlrtent AVlintevcr may be the tenor
tt Mr arlwomH mos ago from the I
prwWent It may be said that Col
> evlt will proceed with the pro
nun which It Is known ho hM mapped
WI for himself
ROWBVDLT8 LONG TUfP
Cot no vftlt announce tl todaj that f
lie had derldf on a third long trip
itartlnn some time In March he will
to from eaiet to coast on a trip that
nlll occupy about one month Th
ntonel wild that while he IV11t In Africa
Itht mnth nso he accepted nn Invl
Iliin from President Whcelor of thn
nllerolty of California to p ah nt the
hersity on charter day next nrcll
le will no by the southern route Only
oe other tpeoah hna been definitely I
titled on thnt nt the Southern Corn
er lal conirresa In Atlanta
Turn Atlanta Col Itooiovtilt will
r Hl through the south mnklnR ono
pe cli In each state which he traverses
If nmbHbly will mnko a shnrt slop at
w Tf as ranch of Cecil Lyon Kepiib
roan national eommlttcemnn who Is
n nil friend Tho return fran Cnll
rniA In all probability will txi via HIP
rthern route The exact tlmo of the
IP and the places at which spcochCK
Il be made have not been deoldnd
ton
Enslwi Stake Day WANDAMERPJ
hI SalurdIlS Plnn for It
TM Kerullo IB n mnn Hn ha a
and
Telephones BBB either phone for a
opy of the Rental Bulletin Ask today
BUNION OF ROCKEFELLERS
PLANNED FOR SEPT 9
100Ilanl1 OhIo Aufr IrA reunion
aU Ihp
ItooUofcllers hrat
been planned
r 11 9 ttNottburrh N Y end
UI Is attend elpeeted that John D llookofoller
Th Itnuatlnnii have been sent out
a d John I > Ilocktrejler has received I
he WI he cannot ay POlUvely wheth
10111 b among those
w Stf e present
100e i
InltM to the reunion are lineal
r ol + ndHnts of Johann Peter Ilockefel
IIh
V Altll to America In 123
Annrounment ha been made that
V ot the xkefeller family
II u
loken trom the press by ths
TV r f ho unlnn telllnir the origin
name and a history of It
an
m th
nllr RDO
SENATOR CRANES
PERSONAL REPORT
Will Go to Beverly Tuesday to
Make It to President
Taft
THE NATURE OF IT UNKNOWN
iii o4tcl nixtlK Sriintorx Vl ll I s to be
lollmutl li > Cult rrom Vice
Prrildent Slionniin
Beverly MIIKH Aim li Senator
Crane of MuiwiUlHisrttH whu ha l i n
the prominent central tlRun In Ui
group of events that haM npieal rl
P < irt of 11 uomlnc rendjustment In i
taut circle of Iho llcpuhlUttn paitv i
romlng to UOIrI3 TuowU to nikr ii
personal tejxirt ID thn pimldem < n < l
log hiM recent mIMlol tfen t ir fiano
bus not bwiti tit the Burmner cu > ltul
tlncu ho wont vnl to meet Hpiy lid
linger nnd to Warwick Neck P 1 to
talk with fionator Aldrich about that
lubber statement
Tho doubt iis to how far President
Taft behind the moves that huve been
nvulo by Henutor Crane and Home v t
his associates still oxlBts Th prtl
lent hue been regarding with Intoront
tho rpiorts nf the vsrlouH inoven 11
they have been made but liar mild
no public eomnipnt uimn any ph f of
tho situation There In ovary likelihood
that bin silence will continue It III
known however that Mr Tuffs mull
ban InrrfiiMMl by Leo p < and bounds
during tho last wek and that his nm
clal clipping huruiu haM been busy with
an accumulation of favorable edltorlitl
commvntn on reports emanating from
llcvorly
It IH wild IhM tomlns week will bs
marked by slRnlnrunt steps In the plan
for the nil campftlnn Some of thus
undoubtedly favor he plnn that found
its flirt public announcement last week
while others undoubtedly will favor the
old order of thins
V P SIllOltMAN8 cAIL
Senator runes visit Is to he followed
by calls from Vice President Sherman
and Heprewntntlve udennlafrer uf
New Jersey Iloth Mr Sherman mid
Mr udcnsliiKor are known its wurm
friends and supporters of Speaker cnn
mm These two jentlemen are coinnic
ostensibly to talk over the plans for tho
oonKroxolomil rumpulRn Mr Ixuiilen
KUH I h III charKe of the New York
hoiulquwrters of the Republican con
irresslomil committee llepresentntlva
McKlnlej of llllnoK cliulrmaii of the
ionitifHiilonul commute U also expect
ed At Heverly this week lie also I a
friend of the spanker but hn remarked
rather slKiilllcnntly a few dnyn ago that
he did not know that Mr Cannon
would MKKln be a candidate for the
upeakershlp
In this connection It can be stated
that In thulr move to block any of Jtr
Cannon aspirations the new eloment
In admlnlHtnitlon circles will not con
sult the speaker or his frIends They
feel tlmt It will take very little more
handwriting on the wall to show the
fnnnon adherents that there IH going
to be n change
Whether Mr franc and those who
have been acting with him are coins
to bo able to accomplish all they havo I
net out to accomplish remain tr bo
seen They appear sanguIne Thoy
have obtained from Mr AJdrtch his do
fence as to the rubber clmrfr nfl n
ponltlve reiteration of the Rtatomont
that be soon IB to be nut of politics
They feel that the Cannon situation IH
practically handling Itself
BIXY UAIjUXOBItS CASK
Ke y IlallltiKer appniro to be the
only chance for n stumble They mill
ndhere to Sept IS however aM the
date for his retirement Fonator Crane
bad n lone and thorough talk with the
recrntary nt MlnneaH > llii If Pienldent
Taft ban hnd any doubts an to the
moves made by Mr Crane there nifty bt
n thorough clearing1 up of theM on
Tuesday
One of the many ohjwtR of tile pro
Posed new order of thing It on be
stated IB tn bring the administration
more In touch with the west Thin
probably Is due to the Important posi
tion that Hcy Norton has xumed In
the affairs of the admlnlntrntlon Mr
Norton IH from Cliicago and he Is In
sympathy with many of the views of
thn people Him live In that section
Senator Crane way be looked upon In
the renrransrement as the representative
of New Ilnglnnd but Mr Crane haM
extensive huMness Interests In the ot
coil has kept himself In touch with
we tern nffnlrs In this connection It IB
recalled thAt Senator Aldrich Is visit
ing the middle west last year an
nounced that It was his first trip to
thAt section In something like ifl years
There Is a remirt at IVverlv that
neprpwntntlvp Nlrhnla IjOnuworth
has developed some ner Insurgent
leanings of lute And be Inn It la said
10 being consulted about the new or
der
Home slrcnlfleanp may he attached
tn the fact that President Taft Is gain
to spend n week or 10 lav In Wash
ington nfter his visit to St Panl on
September 5 He will have n meeting
nt hI cnblnet here on Septemlier 10
nv that time the report of the Hal
linger Investlgatlnr eommlttep may
have been mud nubile
THTKP FTriJ IIVV IPPHR
fhlcagn Aug 14 The Vlnneiki
horn nf Robert C Hrlnkley son Inlaw
It is the nature of women to suffer
uncomplainingly tho discomforts and
S foam that accompany the bearing of
children Motherhood la their crown
ing glory and they bravo Ita stiffer
lags for the joy that children bring
No expectant mother need tufler
w w however during the period of wait
f nor feel that > no II In dancer when baby comes It Mothers Trlend Is used
preparatIon of the event Mothers Trlend relieves the pain and discomfort
tscd by te
tHn strain on the different ligaments overcomes nausea by counter
btet prevent backache and numbness of limbs and soothes the inflammation
reast
tea IIlan Ita regular use fits and prepares every portion of the mothers
for a proper and natural > a
ding 3 Ok
t tsr It Of the term and it assures ximflaV > v sT T OV kfT
m quIck And complete
r M recov Q
J olhers Friend u sold at
It elorn
Wrile for free book for
Pectant I
mother
W > motherflEGULToR
EEQULATOR CO q I
Atlanta Qa
S
a 5
I i1JLTLJ4
New Yorks Mayor Photographed as He Fell
Toward Steamers Deck After Being Shot
Mayor O ynor kept from falling by fri end From naplhot by American Irsq
AMOclntlcn photographer
Copyright 1810 by American Press Association
Mayor William J Onynor of Vow York city as ho was shot AUK 0 on the
steamer Raiser NVIlliclm tier Grease reeled nnd would hitve fount 0 the ilo < 1C
but for Benjamin Clarke Marsh Hecrutnry of the roininUtve ou < unicpMtlon of
poimlntlon of Sow York who WHB rending fotwnrd to grads the mayors
hand Mr Marsh tfrnblud time wounded miin hoUllnj him up The photoeriph
HIIOWH Mayor tliiynor being lii > l < l with till blood streaming from Ills wound Ira
mediately nflcr the liootlntr Tile pliotpcriiplirr tvns nlKitit to tithe a picture
of he executive tjpforo ho sailed for ti iiionthH mention IwKuropp The plcturo
Is uiiliiup lu the hIstory of tim wbootinif of prumlnuut men In tlmt It wits
tiikim before the wounded man realized wlmt had occurred nnd before the
assailant hud boon felled to the duck by Commissioner Wllllnm KUwnrils of
tilt department of streets The pIcture shown HIP blood on Mayor Uiiynors
face and the horrified look on the face of the meant In front ot him
x
1 of the late Ira D ItAwn president of
the Ionon railroad who died from a
bullet wound 1lIa tlinn a month Hpo
WHM entered last nlKht und drawers
And tlfskft to which Mr Ilawns private
Pairs biul been trnnaferrwl were ran
sacked The Inrtdurer was frightened
away by a private watchman Mr and
Mr Ilrlnkl y ate In Virginia end It hi
Impoittlllr to learn whether anything
erf value was taken
When the rtlestlon H nil right them
action nf the bowel regular there Is
n niturnl craving and relish for food
Whun thin 18 lacking you may know
that you need n done of Chamber
Inlns Htcvnmch mul Uvnr Tablets They
strengthen tho tllnestlvo organs Im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowel Sold by nil dealer
Y e Kerullo In u mAn HP hM a
Hand
Inmigmm fitnke DRY WANUAMHRR
next Baturday Plan for It
FOUR MEN KILLED
BY BOILER EXPLOSION
Point Arena cal Aufr HFollr men
were killed late last nIght when the
boilers of the steAin schooner Phoenix
blew up at ea about 10 miles north
of the Point Arena lighthouse Two of
the victims Chief Rnirtneer Thomas
Hiniatoti and Second Mate Andrew fIns
musMm roaolied shore with the aurvlv
ors of the vessel but died this morning
of their Injurlw The mangled bodlea
of two firemenChris Hansen and Wll
lam Ntcholsen ride tonight In the de
mollshni engineroom of their water
logged blp a8 she floats at sea a dere
lict
If your liver Is sluggish and out ot
tone and you re1 dull bilious con
stlpntml take a do e of Chamberlains
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight
before ratlrlng and you will tel al
right In the morning Sold by all
dashers
t wirn to TOV KKUtrLLO
Bnalgn Stake Day WANDAilKRB
next Saturday Plan for It
Alexnmlcr Optical Co U IH Main
Irn to cay rBntIIO
INTERNAL REVENUE
COLLECTION FOR FISCAL YEAR
ashlnglrII Aug IIThe govern
ment derived 2M 72S015 from collec
tions of Internal revenue Including the
corporation tax during1 the fiscal yc r
ending June 30 last nccordlntc to tint
preliminary report of th commlMlonet
of Internal revenue This Is an lncrt <
of IUlsm
FUNERAL OF EDITOR SCOTT
OF PORTLAND OREGONIAN
Portland Or Aug IfUndo the
pines of Itlvervlew cemetery which
overlook the Willamette vulUy and the
great olty of which be had been an Im I
portant part the men or old Oregon
laid at rest today the body tit Hariey I
Vhltfleld 9 < ott late editor lot the Port
land OregonIan The body was eccort 4
to the cemetery by a cortege the HUH
of which has never been < iuale herr
and which was iomposml of the men
who are now and who hex been high
In the councIls of the northwest
The funeral services were held at the
home of Mr Scott and tvare private At
the grave the s rvlce were In chargn
of the Masonic fraternity
me pallbearers tncludetl CV > 1 Alden J
I Ulethen of Seattle former UnIted
Slatiw Henator John U Wllaon of float
tin Jay llowermnn acting governor of
I Oregon UnIted States Hnatr Georgn
B Chamberlain former Crmgresaman
j M C George of rv > rtland and former
I
I Inlted States Senator C W Pulton of
I Astoria
I
BUTCHERS WOULD THROW
OFF YOKE OF PACKERS
II Chicago Alit aTh 1nlted 8lat < t
It RMIlr Hutchers of America who will
hold their annual convention here this
utvk will attempt to nripuitse and
operate cooperative abattoirs Inde
prudently of any big packing onnrarns
The qufwtion of esiabllshlng Camel
lion ablmttolrs been under consider
ation for some time and we now fet
< tain that the projwt will go
through said Recy Hcoflelil
Till movement will enable the retail
butcher to operate Imtert ndeotly We
propose to kill all our cattle and to
markit the byproducts
AVNOrNCIJMIBVr
Irlcrs Ilnrl > cr Shop J8K 2nd South
Is now alien at the new Incntlnn 15
I vnd South lean new sanitary
Your patronage is solicited
Pure Drugs and Prescription our
specialty Ilalllday Dnic Company
Finest Hand In America Rnltalr
thla wook Sensational Kerullo
f
I
POLICE FIND CHILDS
I
BODY TURNED TO STONE
New York Aug IIITh Hrooklyn
Imllco buys an unUHUMl mystery on
their hands ie a result of the findIng
In a tenement lions coal hln nf a
child lM > d > turned to atone Accnnl
InK tn phyakne the body had lain un
dIscovered for seven tfUII A yellowed
new pHir wrapper Hrounrt the body
bore the date Kelt SI 103
The pollen believe tho body ws treat
ed with iome chemical which prtrtflexl
It There Is no clew to the Identity of
the child or Its slayer
Dysentery 18 a daneernu duetts
but can IMI cured Chamh rlftlns
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilotnedy
has boon successfully uned In nine
pMomlcs of dysentery It baa never
been known to fall It Is equally val
uable for children and adult mid
when reduced with water and WIt
wiul It It pleasant to take Hold by
all dealer
Host gooda on oarth Wlnonn
Mill und rwesr hoalery sweaters
etc sold direct from factory to oor
< T at tlS Main Phonn Hell 611
and have salesman call
FILM THIEF CHASED
FIVE THOUSAND MILES
Seattle Wash Aug IB Deputy
Sheriff William leery of Mlwwuli
Mont arrived In Sesattie ylwterday with
ward Church 21 years old whom ho
apprehended at Valdet Alaska after n
chHHo of more than r000 untIe hooch
IB wanted In Montana for the alleged
theft of three film of the Johnfon
Ketchol prize fight picture which he
exhibited In a lialfdosen cities
lInden Rink DillY WAXDAMBItR
next Saturday Plan for It
rift Great At lists IVmllo nand
1thtnlr Two free concerts daily
PLEASANT WAYS FOR SUMMER
DAYS
threat TrunkIehluh Valley double
track route Chicago to New York
Ma Niagara Falls Grand TrunkCen
tral Vermont Unston A Maine route
Prom Chicago to Boston anti the
Grnnd Trunk Itnllwny System to
Montreal Quebec and Portland
Doublo track from Chicago to Mont
real
realKor
Kor particulars of special low round
trip Summer fares descriptive litera
ture etc apply to G H Klllott A
O P k 136 Adams fit Chicago
III
Story of Success
hitrl W ciuins
m Not doing merely
r the work he wa
i required to do but
cfl thIng all be could
h k mul putting hIs
t ft I imiic heart Into II
dtditJ were the traits of
< liarHtter that oarly
5 4i ruled the life and
I endravor of the
N a great Philadelphia
i publisher phllan
throphlot and mil
lionaire barge W Chllds
Ills first employment was In a book
store hit Income bi lux only llfty cent
a week more than his bare living
Ho road good books attended book
vnluAs fixed his nmbltlin high in that
sales at night to learn their market
he might alwnyv be tending upward
and m the end of four years had sav xl
enough to start a book stars of hIs
own
Slaving Is good habit
you and your haptns and pace of
It Is a habit that will grow upon
mind will grow with II
A sitting ncronnt In this batik not
only will glee you Influence and pros
Ige but It may give van the decfartve
lift at the dKIslv lime
UTAH VINiK TIllST CO
aa > MAIN KT
I Ill the I Itiislnc Iliiirl
SUM I ON S
IN THE JtHTlCK COIMT IN AND
for Salt tAke City Praelnrt ClIp of
Halt hake County nf Halt bike Slat
Ib r
of Ltah Hefor Sianlvy A Mhnk Jus
lew of the pfKre J A Won an PlainUff
va Mrs K t KramM Mill
1 C U Kramer Ixfendants Alias
flummonc T ie State Or Iluh to the 1e
fndnts You are hereby sum
mon < od to appear before I he above
milled Court wnliln ten day I
after the mirth of this sum
i
faDes upon you if served within the
county In which this srtlen Is Brought
otherwise within twanmy days efler the
rvleo and defend the shoe entitled ac
Ion brought attains you to roenver IB M
with interest on nn nrcnunt for gonds
wares and merrhendlf and for rnsta
of stilt and In msa your failure to do so
tidcrnent will tie rMdPd sicnlnit nu
according to ihe iloinand of the omn
plaint Given under my find thin ith
day of Aug thIn
mTANMKV
TANMKV A IIANKX
Justlee of I III pene >
Rooms J73 Inrnmerrlal llulldlnc I
LC ciicnit LJJarues Atioinj too PUiii
At Fountains Elsowhoro
Ask for
I HORLIOKS
The Original and Genuine
M fl f 3 VV HM m M n m
HALTED MILK
Tlio Fooddrink for All Ages
At roslatuantj hotels and fountains
i Delicious invigorating and u taining
I Keep it on year sideboard at home
Don travel without it
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
I Take no imitation Just say HORUCK
112 No Somino or Trust
I
rou VXTKI
Ihe underslgnedeitli receive bids ii
I Mondnj AUR InI 110 Hi 1 n clock
> u for furnlshiniv eoal to the publU
ona nf Hull lnk City for the scliool
> AI 1MOIMI
11is fr < desired nn mine sleek mine
I pen and lump coal delivered at the
nuiifViiRS us required
rm h hldder must ileclirnale the kind
it t g Tde of eiMI no propos t furnish
Ille tn b per ton of two thotiH nd
Piii rule
1 The suTSMful hlddci will be required i
tn enter into contract and furnish bond
in the sum nf 15W VOO
The hoard reserves the right to reject
I > and sll bids
BOA OF KDtCATION
liy L 1 JtIJl Clerk
NOTtCK
Notice is hereby given that the City
eunel of Nephl City Ltah a munici
pal oorporatlon will receive srnled bids
for time purchase of all or Any part of
1 fRrt
Its fifteen JlniO bonds bearing Interest
kt the rnte of S par cent per annum
Slid hid to be pr with the City Jt
enrd nl of Nenhl City at Nephl Utah
NOfhl
n or before i oclock pm on the Snd
rtsy of Aituuat A V 1910
The City Council reoervet the right to
reject any or all of Simon bids
City My order or the City Council of Nopbl
JOhN imMHTON
City Recorder of Nephl City
NOTICI
nidi will be receIved to be opened
Aug JOtll mo at 3 oclock P m al the
fm
tfnce of the unndrslgned Hoard of Trod
Building Halt Lake City Utah for the
furnlihlne of sooOi pounds tlrst adMlty
oats mid fad tons straight timothy hay
dollvnry of same to be inido at regular
Intervals during period of one year from
award of < prlct n submitting bids
on above material slnte price f o b
It Luke City giving full particulars
an to quality nf materlnls In be furnlsli
e The unOorslgned resene the rIght
to rJc any or ill bids
1 J MOHAN
Ilox TM Salt Lake City lh
SIMICIAIj STOCK IIOLI EltS SIin5T
ING
TINTIC BMEITINO COMPANY
8PCCIAL HTOOKHOMJBHH MKKTINO
Notice IB hereby glvn that a special
meetIng of the stockholders of Tlntlo
mdtlng Company a corporatIon Is
hereby called pn held at Boom 4B4 At
las Jjlnck Halt I ike City Utah at I
oclock am on the 3ttt day of August
isle fur the purpose of submitting to
the stockholder tho proposition to amend
articles 4 and 10 of the Articles of Incorporation
al
poration to rend as follows or In such
foratnn
other manner as may be agreed upon
by wll the stockbulilers nt said meeting to
AHTICU 4
ihe principal placa of business and
general prlnrlfl said corporation shall
be In Provo City Utah County Utah but
II mny Imvr brunch offices business cc
tnbllanmeiitt smelters I refining plants
assaying and smelting plants and offices
mines and JIla stores a flC all
other establishments neeeisnry or eon
venlent for the conducting and carrying
on of sny part of the business of time
corporation In which It I engaged or In
which It may hereafter engage In any
other place whether within or without
the auto of ttah and whether witlitn
or without the fnlled States nf America
Directors meeting may be held at any
place either within or without the Slots
of Utah RI year he designated In the cal
providing for such meeting
And to amend artIcle 10 of said Articles
of Incorporation hv striking out the
words gait IHke City Bait Lake Coun
ty Utah wherever them camel may occur
In said articles an AS to make thn piece
of general business for all purposes at
Provo City ttah
And to transact surd other business as
may lawfully JEKBE lime KNHJIIT before aid President meeting
IV IBSTKH MANOPM Secretary
ImteO August 1 1910
< publication August Tnd 1910
PPKCIUi BTOCKHOIDKUS 1fE
ING
ICtIlRICA IIIII UAHWAV CO
PPKCIA1 HTOCKIIOIJIKJIH1 MlumNQ
Notice la hereby given that a specUJ
meeting of the stockholders ef the Uure
ka Hill Hallway Compony u corporation
Is hereby called tu mro held Ht Homn 134
Atlas Block Hull Lake City Plait al
I 1 otlock am on the 30th day of
August 1MO for the purpose nf submit
ting to the stockholders the proposition
to amend article G and 1 of the Article
nf Incorporation to rend as follows or
In such other tnunnur ns may be agreed
Ut > on liy the stockholders at said meet
Ing towit
AivrieiE t
The general place of lmilm i of
this coriwrailon shall be at Provo City I
Itah County tlah but It may httvn
other tlacmi of buslneci or other offllM
either within or without the Slate of I
Utah Directors meetings for any pur
oe of the corporation may be held at
any place either within or without the
Slat of Vlaii as ma > IM deslitnattd In
the call providing for such meeting
And to anwnd article 1 of salt Articles
o Incorporation by stIking out the
words city and county of Salt Lake
Suit o Utah wherever the cain may
Our In sJd article u ns to make the
plMox of i neral business for all pur
peace at Provo City riah
And to trnniart such other business as
may lawfully come txfor said meeting
JKSSC KNIOIIT President r
W IIWTKH MANOIM Pwretary
Dateil Auiru < 1 1110
First publication Auguiit 2 ISiS
DUMNQUHNT NOTICIC
COMTUBUH KXTKNSION MINING I
COMPAVV Talon of principal place
of business Mall Iake City Utah Nolle
There r delinquent upon the follow
ing described stiMk cm Recount of assess =
ment Nn 6 of I cent ir dun levied
on the Silt day of June A f > isle the
several amount Mt opposite the names
of Ihe respective harcholders ta fol
lows harhollpu I
No NO
Crt Name She Ami
t T M T ItaUorg MIXO ITO 01
U Ilobt Murphy Mi > l 1 < 0 re
s Itobi Murphy MWm no oo I
1 Robert Murphy I05 Iroo
> Tony Jaotiefm XM 8i1 10
nab Murphy M7l Wli
9 Tony Jiucbnon 1S 1 r
5 Tony Jacobean SOOO 3OIO
I A O JacobMHi 5u 60
A O Jacobson 149 i
04 John Brnniian HI C Ii
A Mrs John Hmnnajt a > > 10J
l Frank Ambros 1M 1 M
O i A nUon MO tU
8 And Davidson > JM
1 A C Rnviot fn IM
SI I ftnow I Co JflO tw
8 A O Jaeflhaim ml I 31
John Dar i t 25
1 A O JaeobMm 31 JflfO
0 roam PMicntck tro AI I
11 I I Semew C 0 lftO 100
10 I f Snow A Co a 157
1 Tony JacoHunn MOW most 0
10 Tony Jacobson m too
Ut Tony Jaoobson lm II it
Iii Tony Jacoto n os3 tie
IX J A ollock A Co 47WVI tn it
And In accordance with the law and an
order nf the Board of Directors made on
the 9ftth day of June A Il 1910 so many
ahares of nrti panel of such stock I
may he nro art will be cold at the of
fie of the Rooms ill
tl ooipnrntlon I01 Judrn
Illnrk Rait Lake Ctt Utah on Salute
dav the ith das of August A F liin
st lIre hour of in Vlork itni to par tho
dllnqunt ssseaemn 1nreop IOR 11
will ale costs of odvertinnjj and expense of
VAl S PXnvv Her refurv
rnlnmbim ltaleistOYn Mining Company I
1 looms MlJ Judge Hide COmlanT U
5 KINDS COOD COAL
HOW MUCH
Money urn you going to
save on coAl nntes Ad
Vance Mix IS Hotter or
der o few tons
r kinds tit 360 Per Ton
JEREMY FUEL AND
GRAIN CO
Dell Mil Iml lOll
I 70 No Oth W
550 Per IonUulII Auo 15
cll1fl
Scorching Summer Days
Will Have No Terror
Wllave
if jotill keep pure cool air circu
lating continually in your office
and in your homo by means of
An Eeciric Fan
The arc made in types nr sizes
to suit every requirement of the
business office factory or the home
desk bracket oscillating ceiling
ing exhaust The first cost is
moderate and the operating ex
pense very small
UTAH LIGHT
RAILWAY CO
Electricity xuT for Fcrv thing 0
I 1
ONLY INE
DAY LEFT
Monday afternoon at t oclock
the price of coal will go up nnd
remain nt the higher price R
the storiign rate expires at that
hour You can wivo twentyflvo
cents a ton by buying NOW
Bamberger Coal Co
101 Main St
Iour Yards Ilolli Phone
Ask for our booklet about profit
tharlng ullli CIMoln
T
Dr Martels Female Pills
17 Years The Standard
Prescribed and recommended for worn
ens ailments a sol nttflc Uly prpar
td remedy of proven worth T result
from their UBe l quick and permn nt
For salt a all drug store
I Coal will pos
itively ad
vance August
16th
All the standard glades now
1566 por ton Were giving
pull particular care to irtor
age orders
Citizens I
Coal Co
Hoth PhrTis 40
r
I Telephone I
Values
Is drtennlnol by tho
number of people yon cnn
rnicli without leasing
1m
SOur homo or offlfti The
llI It Kntc yon tile
trouble It fN you
Hell Nrrvko puts you In
loncfi slthi rvrrylKKlj
IndIpcnillt S
REASONABLE RATES
Call the Manager
JII
I
Riniviri
IS SATIS
PACTOIIY
tI
Phoncj 171
Federal Coal Co
Utah and Wyoming
Coal
Kxeluslrn Ant
KEMMKRKR I QUNN
QUKA11 HOCK IHHINOS
Coal vhen you want It
Office 180 Se Main Street
Yards Ith Bo and 2nd Writ
P J MOHAN General Manager
T J OUIUKN Ofnl Sales Act
4
He that hath wife j
and children hath
fortune given hostages to I
o
Francis Bacon 1
Bacons philosophy is as
nund at the beginning of 1
the twentieth century as It
was at the close of the
cose
tcenth century More t > i
ernly expressed fl <
words exhort all men Im
have families to be cal i
and prudent and to excrusc
foresight in providing for
those dependent upon them
The most certain way of
saving money is to place it
in a sound bank from which
necessary withdrawals may I
be made by check Bv this
method unnecessary expens
es arc eliminated and tim 1
habit of thrift is formed
Vc invite the accounts no
matter if small of those who
wish to begin taking pro
M < inn either fnr leaner years
or for their dependent fam
ilies
iieThe
The National
Copper Bank u
Merchants Bank
277 MAIN
OFFICERS
I P CLAnK President
JOHN J DALY Vice President
A H PEAUODT Vice President
W H BHKAHMAN Caxhler
E > tablU > tH > d 1Ut
Utah Commercial
Savings Bank
VTM 1 A1UIBTHONO Prostdent
nrnoN QHOO
Oh
CommercIal Banking In all ltn
Hmnchn four per cent interest paid
on savlntn deposIts
ACCOtTNTS SOLICITED
The State Bank
of Utah u
SALT AKK CITY tTAH
Datahllahexl In 18W
RoUeltt accounts of Hanks Firms
and IndlvtdiuU and extends to cus
tomers every reaaonabla courtesy
n faculty
J08ISPJI F P111ThPreatdent
XNTIION U LUDVlc President
I J OItANfVice President
CIUinLES S HORTOV Cashier
I T MaKWAN Awit Cushier
National Bank of the Republic
U S DEPOSITOR
FRANIC KNOX President
JAMES A MUJVHAT Vice President
W K FARL Cashier
J A CULBKnTSON Ash Cashier
Capital and Surplus KBCO CO
A thoroughly modern savings de
partment conducted In connection
with tale bank Safety deposit bon
for rent
h
h
McCornick Co
BANKERS
SALT U CE CIr VTAH
EblhN 1
Continental National Bank
Capital 25000000 I
C JCrcry bnc of a modern hank I
J K CasKTifT Prw W P Noble
Vkwllr T W hoper Ovtfilnr I
II
The Utah National Bank 11
sxivr UAXK crrr d
apital cad Hurplns 40C t
Aoowxit r Ustiks CorporKUao
Klma and IiidhNliMls Inrlted 4
P a lDh nt per Q
cent o 8tTna Deposits
W S MoCorotcX Prest H T Dad J
gr CmnliUrt T R Cutw Vice
iFeati c n Wells AM ahar II
Deseret National
Bank I
Salt Lake City Utah
TN VIED STATES DIPOtilTOIIT
Capital 50000000
Surplus 50000000
OlnCEns
1 s K1UA Presldti
JOHN C CUTIJSn Hoe 1re lent
II B YOUMU Cashier
K a lULU Axt Cashier
I W DenTON ffllUCTIOR8 Mel Jhlr
John R nIRIXR8
A Vf CarliOD Cvorga Horaooy
Roll
Jotxi C Cutler Ite
Joh Ct 14 SmooL
p Yld Eceles John C Sharp
L B Hllli H G Wlultny
W I Mcintyre It D Millet
Francis M Liyman
tafcty Deposit Iknm tn Dont
THE DESERET SAVINGS BANK I
I5IRKCTORH
W W lUlu PrMldcnt Oooriri
nomner Vie President Ellap A
SmIth CmshUr L I Hills John A r
nimea John C Cutler Davtd s n
des A W Carleon Ia1 E
J ii 7 Crlaon Oorx Suthrr
land need mot v p Jams Butr
N1IUy A V Ivlna C r
< p cent Interest paid
1 111r n sar1ni Ir
h
R G Dun Co
an OJICEB
Thc Mercantile Agency I
Ofrle Rt tm3rn > tr Idaho
NMa tla and Wyotntng Idho I
OfHea In Prerrea City Duldlna S 4t Lake
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