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THE SALT LAKE HERALB TUESDAY FEBRUARY 9 919O > 1904 9qf 3
DAV1S I JS JIG F1GiIS F1GiISI F1GiISFOR HIS 1 1J
J FOR RED REDCouncilman ONION QNIONIt ONIONI
It I ICouncilman
Councilman Wants License For Forf ForGambling ForGambling ForGambling
Gambling Saloon Renewed RenewedTHERE Renewedt RenewedTHERE
I f
4 4THERE t
THERE ARE WORSE RESORTS RESORTSPOjIOE RESORTSPCJLIOR RESORTSI
POjIOE POOR CHIBF TAILED TO o BJT BJTASOHSB BNp BNP91tSB
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ASOHSB J P91tSB ORSB THB APPLICATION APPLICATIONf APPLIOA ON ONt
c t t
13 0 be > e cohorts of Bra Bruqe Johnson and andtrtf andt andOnIo
trtf t 1lf Rd Onion OnIo saloon 1ooIa and gambling gamblingIvikpK gambftngwbose
IvikpK 1 whose wwo e floor leader in the coun counc
c J 1 ras Braces Druce ruee political ally A A Jf Da DaviwMt DaV DadowTh
I
viwMt V I t down dO to toefeaL Oefet 1aaht ta3fc ibtThe ibtThei tThe tTheIi The TheUc
i Ii license Uc lUe e for t f9r the saloon expired expiredIt ex tred tredrdaY
Y nIay TIle eouacUdtd eouncfl did DOt reneloV reneloVStWlletlter re v v1t1jter
It StWlletlter Wbetlier it WIll is still a question questionw qu qu t1on t1on t1ontIh I Itl
w tIh i the tl e indications decidedly against againstit
it itThe
The application of Yeaney Y Huey A Fracier Fracierfor lruierf PraIerfr
for f ra a renewal of their license l1 for the theHed tbej theted
Hed j ted Onion saloon in n a buDding oo oi Com Commercial Comn8C1ai CoinzLercIaI ¬
mercial street on which Bruce Johnson Johnsonhotdc TohnlOnhokla Johnsonholds
holds the lease 1foa eoe came me up Tuddenham Tuddenhammoved Tuddenbammov Tuddenhamnoved
moved mov to place tto UMt application on file filewhich aleWbkh fllehJch
which hJch would amount to rejecting re Ung it itEloquently itEloqueatly it3Ioqusnt1y
Eloquently Davis pleaded for the grant granting grantin grantlug ¬
lug in of the license Ho Ii declared there thereHere there1Ier therewere
Here many m n worse one saloons which had hadbeen hadOeeQ hadbeeo
been allowed licenses ee and charged the theIT then themovement
IT movement v ment to clor kwf the notorious resort resortwac resortwas I Iw
w was due to politics He moved that thatthe thatt thatthe
the t license fee granted Martin sec secon seconecI seez
z on onecI onied ed
onecILaeketi edLacked
Lacked Chiefs Bndoraemeat Bndoraemeatthen Jin Budorsementthen oriomentthen
then it was discovered that the ap applfeatKm applieaU apiiIieatin
plfeatKm plieaU did not n t bear the endorsement endorsementof
of the chief of police as required by bythe by1M bythe
the 3rdlnne JrdJlUl This silenced Jen the th earnest earnestadvocate earnestadvocate tllMt tllMtadvocate
advocate of t the resort and he made no nofurther norariftr noI
further oppositionwhile opposition while the applica application appltcatlOII applicaUosi ¬
tion for license was ordered filed fltedThe filedhe
+ 4 The following petition signed by byFrank bYFrank byFrank
I Frank Knox E W Wilson WJl on and Ml Mlothers 911othe 921others
others othe war preat preARUd d and referred ref to tothe tothe tothe
the police committee committeeThe
The undersigned uncle citiseas of Salt Lake Lakeuest LakeCit
1 Cit CItY respectfullY request uest that police pro protion protectlonlIe protection
f tectlonlIe tection be pIO141ed fOr or the rde pdr porIi
0 tion of the theelty city ami especially y ar r the theterminals tbetenatn thetermInss
terminals tenatn of the street car lines Jfnesfor for the thefollowing tbeoUo thefollowI
followI following oUo reasons reasonsSuch mBOR8Suell re soflE soflESuch <
Such protection rotectJ l1 is IsJ1ec8HrY necessary for b bdth bdththoe bdththese tth tththose
those Who wio Work andtravel and travel on 0 tb th street streetran tltreeta streetears
ran a tor all wo do aB on the streets at atnight atni5bC atI
I night ae w well ll at 45 f for r or r rfUaene gener generelly jner jnerally ener
ally The frequent rbbberiee Jttbb t aM holdups holdupsin holdupsj
in various portions of the residence lICe die districts dlstric8 dietileia ¬
tricts of the city demonstrate that noth nothing nothilf nothVZ ¬
VZ lug save adequate police protection will willcheck willI iI iIcheek
j I check the crimes < met and the lawlessness lawlessnessAMcto la IawIessfleswhich wtenne wtennekR
which kR for to some MM time have been terrifying terrifyingour
our 01 cttfoMW ett and making life and property propertyInsecure propertInHCUre propertyInsecure
Insecure in Salt It Lake City CityVetoed CityVetoed CityVetoed
Vetoed by oy the Mayor ayor
The mayor wnt s n1 In the following veto vetomenace veloI
menace menaceI
I respectfully inform your our honorable honorablebody bononblebody honorabler
r body tat t I have b ve disapproved d Ved the entry entryJoe entr3Joe entryJoe
Joe Hodman n 133 appearing appearl upon the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special sprinkling payroll of Jan 31 for forthe forthe forthe
the reason that before I approve the theitem theit theitea
item it I d desire stre to be Informed as a to the thekind thekind thekind
kind of labor performed by the said saidRedman baldBedman aidRMmaft
Redman RMmaftRedman BedmanRedman RedmanKedman
Redman to a protege prot of Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent of Waterworks Frank Hines The Themayor Themayor Themayor
mayor could c uld not see how there was wasany AURnY wanany
any necessity to keep him bay sprin sprinkltaf sprint sprinkRng
t kltaf xl streets tret during the s 8PO siowy wwy month monthof I
of Jan JanA JanuarA January JanuaryA
A J Davis tried to hold up an ap appr ap approprtatlola apprUon
pr proprtatlola > prUitlon of ftO O to buy a typewriter tnCwrtterfor j jfor I
for or the mayors office He failed f fJolm falkdJohn i iJohn
John T Fryc who prof pntenaes euro te be beabl beQ be4nble I
Q 4nble a abl bI to locate oeat underground flows of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water by means of o a divining dlvluln rod sent sentin entin sentIn I
in the following onon communication which whichwaa whichwan I
wan 8 referred rred to the water committee tOIDmltteeI t
1 propose e to locate for OJ Bait aIt Lake I ake City Cityan Cityan Cityl
l an underground urMk flow of water immedi immediately imodiate1 imnedlately ¬
ately ate1 to the t east e t of ofthevey the typrovlding typrovldingSalt t neoviding neovidingSalt riding
Salt I Ie ke CHy wVf iII pMBFtfrenalneer pMBFtfrenalneerJna t IJK rleer rleerins I
ins a atll asistnCe tUt < t ne fto and andprO andproltLg proVWig g fMHfcW r that thatsheuM thats1d thatshsvld
sheuM 1 sucrd in me e location of this thiswnter thisWWtn thiswter
wnter 1 am to recHv < e as CODlPfIlMUOnS11M ompnsaUon compeneatlon1u ompnsaUonSOJS
SOJS S11M for each million gallons PlI 11s per twen twentyfour tAenttour twentytour ¬
tyfour hours ho rs obtaiwd obtaiwdJOHN obt obtaudI
obtJOHN
I JOHN T ERTE ERTESugar FRYEl ERTESugar
Sugar l House 1I Ward WardA ard ardcomDluuiee
A communication comDluuiee from a committee committeeof
of the Real Estate E tate association aMOClat Gn was re received ref receirmi
ceived complaining complain that its petition petitionto
f to have the license fee for real estate estatebrokers estatebrOken estatebrokers
brokers revoked had been denied with without without Itb Itbottt ¬
out giving vtllC it a hearing heartn A J Davis Davisexplained DavisexPlaJned Davisexplained
explained that A Richter R hter bad ap appeared appeared apSeared ¬
peared before the license committee committeeand committeeand committeeand
and had been asked to confer with Ith the thecity thedt thecity
II city dt attorney in the framing traml of an or ordinance ordi8aDce oidinanee ¬
dinance covering the question The Thesecond Theeeoad Thesecond
second eojamunfeation CORIftlu aeatlol1 was referred to tothe totile tothe
the same committee with a view Iew to togiving togiving i igivi
giving givi the regular Iar committee of the theassociation theaioctIon
association a chance for a hearing hearingFernetrom hearingJ1erom hearingPertrom j
Fernetrom secured leCureda a reconsideration recomrioeratkmof recouI
of Netthauaens isolutk JInOl tton > n adopted the theprevtotis thepreyloWl theprevkMIs
prevtotis week calling onthe i the city en enMoeii enii
I IFOR
ii FOR WOMEN WOMEtMuch
Much uch That Every Woman WomanDesires WomanDesires WomanDesires
Desires to Know Knowfibout KnowAbout Knowabout
About Sanative Antisep fintiseptic
tt e tic Cleansing Cleansingfad
fad about the Care of the Skin SkinScalp SkinScalp SkinScalp
Scalp Hair Hairand and Hands HandsToo
Too much stress au cannot be placed oa oaIke ORtke onthe
the great JleA value of Cnttcur So Soap p Ol mat mataMI 01stIacR t tMe
Me IacR t ned d KefiolTWifc n8liOiv a in tfc u antiseptic antteeptleid and8epttcch8asiag antisepticcleansing
cleansing id aasiDg of the mUCOUS surfaces and andBf andfar andI andthe
Bf the U c blood and circulating fluids tfces tfcesK t t1tsabrd1ng lS lS6nll
I abrd1ng K 6nll brUla pure swet and ecosomlcal ecosomlcallocal ICOlOmlcall ecosomicoltecl
local aM i oo cossiitutlosat sd stitHtloB dol l treatment for fortveabNtitig forng forveakealag
tveabNtitig ng sleeratfeaa 1c8la laflamraatloBS laflamraatloBSIteW IuMmmatloasiteMags
l iteMags IteW s IrrfuUoas relaxations dls dlsplvcetaeate dlseealiS disl
l plvcetaeate eealiS pains and Irregularities pe peotisr peto pecI1m
otisr to females Hence the CHtlcara CHtlcarar CatlcorLremedies Catlcnraruinedies
r remedies ra dies have a wond wonderful rf al InfiaeBoe InGoe ce ia iareetoriRg I Ire Inesorhig
reetoriRg re orill health strength aDd beauty boaatyto I
to weary WCt woraea who hare been pro prcwnUarely pro1aM1Irel preiosiirel
wnUarely aged a ad ad d larallded by these thesedtetrvseiB thesed1IIrege1a thesediatraseteg
dtetrvseiB diatraseteg atlneata as well as such sockBjmpaUiette suchraUteUe suchymp5thetic
BjmpaUiette affllcUona a UeUoDSasamemla as asanmia anaemia chlo chloroate chlor ohiorosl
roate r rosl hysteria and nerroasaess nerroasaessWomea JlerTem5De6S JlerTem5De6SY nerrouSneOSWOmen
WOmen Y lDeO from from rom the very first have fully fullyspowfcUod follyJl fullyappreciated
appreciated Jl ed Uw portty aad sweetness sweetnessthe SWtetness1ibe swvetnossthe
the power u to > afford immediate relief reliefthe relieftile reliefthe
the certainty of speedy And nd permanent permanentcare
care c fe the absotete solnte safety and great greatoomMmy greatOCIIIMtD1 greatooieamy
oomMmy which have made the Cattoara Cattoararemedies CuUeorar Cuilcurarsedes
r remedies leU the standard odard humour remedies remediesof
of the civilized world worldaililkMM worldKtI worldMillions
Millions KtI of women use CuUeara Soap Soapassisted SoapS
a assisted by Onticura Ointment t for pre preMrrtBj pret proieetsg
S MrrtBj t Ulf porlfyisg pu yt and beau ifying tie tiefffciH tbeki theiris
fffciH ki far cteaaolBg elNB tD the scalp of crusts crastoscales Cnl8t8a1IC1
0 scales and dandntfiE and the stopping Sop 81 of offalliAK ofII of1IIII
II falliAK fl 1IIII hair for softening sottetD whltooJ1se whiteningand whitening whiteningand
and soothing se red rough rou k and sore hand bandafftl handsfi handf
f fftl r annoying Irritations 6 and ulcerative alceratlveTTetSn lIkoclLtivewek ulcerativewesIiesses
TTetSn wesIiesses Bsses and for many sanative aa aat anispt4e u
t septic purposes which readily saeest saeestTimselves H suucetjs C6 C6ttmselveB
js Timselves as well as for all the par parpisis NrrlIStf purpes
pisis of the toilet bath b b and nursery nu5elYP
4 e vrIlt5u eqlet5e ia iaV
V i 1 P huce oa oat czI4 VI ie p yl eau Otat OtatF
F t 0 1 5ap pl j4 l L if Lsd tImr tImrc carteru < >
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4 J p C Chvs 1 t1tefiI terI terIf ge gec
c f loT 1JC L e k4 W QII1 QII1d
d
gineer gill et r for estimates of cost on the the4ree theua the4bree
4ree ua different pfena sJis for improving improving1referred improving1Itre improvingflriismMreat
flriismMreat 1Itre IIIe cto was wasrfterred wasreferred
referred to the engineering e 1 commit committee committee ¬
tee t e
0 0FINDS
FINDS PLACE cFOlfLITTLE cFOlfLITTLEHeIs FOR FORLITTLEieX5s LITTLE LITTLEHeIs
HeIs to Be Heemployed in Health HealthDepartment HealthDepartment HealthDepartment
Department by Stewart StewartAfter StewartAfter StewarLAfter
After HavlnV g Iwen once discharged by byorder byorder byorder
order of Mayor Morris only a lasr 1 day d daysago y1I y1Iaao
ago A A H Little is to be re reJieajth reeDg loyed 10 10Uae inthe
the city health department besinning to toComm toLith
Jieajth Lith Commissioner Comm nioner Stewart i igave yesterday yesterdayKale teroaY teroaYPW
gave orders transferring tran femng W J Jwhom Korth KorthWb ICorthwhot
whom he sought light in vain aln to dfflcba dfflcbathe dftIebal1el dtscharne to tot tothe
the Isolation toIa n hospital ho and installing LGtie LGtieIn Little Littlein L t1e t1eIq
in Korths present place a an quarantine quarantineinspector quarantineIMp quarantineinspector
inspector IMp cto1SAYS inspectorSAYSSTRIKERS inspectorSAYS
SAYS SAYSSTRIKERS STRIKERSGAIN STRIKERSGAINWilliam STRIKERS GAIN GAINWilliam GAINWilliam
William Price of Miners Union UnionTalks UnionTalks UnionTalks
Talks of Carbon County CountyStrike CountyStrike CountyStrike
Strike StrikeWilliam StrikeWllUu1 StrikeWillisat
William Price district organiser Clpn er and andboad anclbOIItId andhosed
hosed member of the United Mine jne ine Work Workera Worke Worker0
era te er0 of America yesterday came in from froms fJOmPrtae fromPr1ie
Prtae s for the theJMl1POl5e purpose of acting as a W I1t I1tnetJJ W1tne t tin
netJJ ne in a bankruptcy eaSe case3r eaSefr ease1Lt
3r Price states that conditions con itiO tre tre1IIQte are aremore arOMOre
more favorable for winning tee strike Mr rixo in inthe 1nthe Inthe
the coal fields field than ever before beforeThe beforeThe beforeThe
The strikers numberabout number about 100 In i the thedifferent thecUffeeent thedifferent
different camps and with their thEirfamlllM thEirfamlllMthet famines faminesthey familIesthey
they count up to about iieo persons all allof allof allof
of whom are being provided for by the thenational UtenatJona1 thenatlonai
national organization A good part of ofthese oftb4118 ofthree
these dwell in tents but there is practic practically
ally no Buffering BufferingMr urtfringMr
Mr lr Price states that the union te grow growing growIng W WIng ¬
ing as many who come in to work soon soonquit soonquit monquit
quit Join the strikers trike and return to their theirhomes theirrite theirhoics
homes The Utah Fuel company he be8s be8sI says saysis saysIs
is I losing ng profits by b reason re 80n of the inex inexperience tMxperJeaee Inexperleiic ¬
perience perleiic of the thenew new men He thinks that thatthis thattbJe thatthis
this financial loss will 11I soon bring them themto themto themto
to terms and a recognition of the union unionHe unionne unionHe
He makes aJCn complaint against Sheritf SheritfWilcox SMrttfVllcox SherltfWilcox
Wilcox who he says drovethe drove fthe the children childrenfrom childrenfroM childrenfrom
from the public school at Castle Gate Gatewhen Gatewhen Gatewheit
when their parents were evicted from the thecompanys thecompany thecompanys
companys houses Last week he states statestwo tatestwo statestwo >
two Women were arrested at the same sameplace sameplace ameplace
place for going to the postoffice They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were held but a short time however and andreleased andreleased andreleased
released It is expected that the same samerole samerole samerOle
role wilt be adopted there as the one oneobserved oneob oneobserved
observed at atsnn Sfcnnys nnyeda l v where wb re the Jstrlk Jstrlkers telk telkera 1k 1ken
ers are allowed to name one person to toget togetRN toget
get getRN mail mailThere mallThere I IThere
There is 1 a strange mixture mlxt e of pleasure pleasureand plessareand 1 1and
and sorrow prevalent in the camps At AtSunnyside AtSunnyside I ISURftade
Sunnyside two tents have been put to together to togethtr togetlier ¬
gether a piano phi O has been installed 4 and andevery andevry I Iev
every ev ry night ht the strikers hoU a danbe danbeAt tlanoeAt 4anoeAt
At the same place a few days ago a o the thechild tilechild tnechild
child of a striker died and befor the be bereaved bereaed bereaved
reaved parents could telegraph Sir Price Priceat Prleeat Priceat
at Helper HI r for a coffin the operator wait waited waited waited ¬
ed for permission from General neral Manager ManagerWilliams ManagerWilliams IanagerWilliams
Williams of the Utah Fuel company at atSalt atIsi atSalt
Salt Lake LakeI
Isi I I SJATNWS TiONfWS
DROPPED FROM PLACES PLACESBrigham PLACESBrigham PLACESBrigham
Brigham City CityPeople People Must Obey ObeyCounsel ObeyCounsel ObeyCounsel
Counsel in Everything or orTake orTake orTake
Take Consequences ConsequencesBrigham
Brigham Drigb n City Feb S BThe The trouble in inBrigham haBrigham
Brigham City is now at a white heat heatAlfredFfefcbtwta befit befitA hentA1ked1bbiiind
AlfredFfefcbtwta A A1ked1bbiiind and d FrWtifc tltben YEsIhben er t h v vbe
be ben n dropped from their etturrh peel i peeltlop o i ittons
ttons t They are intelligent int lIIgfllt young nen m n
wWO w J have ve recently 1eceAtI returned from fro i Bils
too They belong to two of the
strongest tlOn famHies ta Bok Bo Elder county
Yf1lt YeaterIay est rdny a their th i jtliees lc IiCfS s Mere ere vacant
These men arts re1lflt not stockholders and they the theare
are not interested in < n the academy It
appears however bow ver that wfc when R the pres ¬
dent > of the stake was opposing the citys citysownership ekysownership
ownership hiP of the city electric light plant plantthey plaatthey plantthey
they and their t r families fa mUles voted against againstcounsel agaln agalnateounser > t
counsel in voting for municipal mUJ lielpal owner ownerwere ownerab4P ownership
ship A number eot eC ffs o hers whose e na iiamc
Menot have not beenern d were weae lroPiJOO yet
t tftrdy nlq SUnda Sundap Last Wednesday trials trlalwere trialswere
were heM b > 14 ia the Second ward The cul culprits cutpelts ¬
pelts were not charged with patronizing
th the academy but they were ere charged charg with withnot wltbnot withnot
not being bem in harmony with the priest ¬
hood This charge include voting votingagainst votingagainst oUnga
against a fbafilt the priesthood A second ond trial trialwas trialwas trialwas
was held Thursday Tbursda evening in the tith ¬
ing office Last Monday night n nt a Rot a ameeting Itmeetiq ameeting
meeting held in the Fourth ward all allpresent allpretQD allpresent
present pretQD were asked to promise to obey obeyi
i the priesthood One girl refused to topromise topromise
promise to obey the priesthood pri bood in Intem IntemOnI1 tem temporal tamporal ¬
poral matters mat tens and nd sn she h was wa berated from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the pulpit and the cryin girl was told toldthat toldthat
that she be need never pray again for it itwould Jtwould itwould
would do her no good goodA
A Scandinavian Iuavlan ball was billed for forThursday forThursday forThursday
Thursday night with the understanding unde aadlng
that some of or the proceeds should be for forwarded forarded forwarded ¬
warded to Denmark to help the churcn churcnl charcnthere
l there The priesthood did not learn that thatI thatthis
I thte ball was to be given at the academy academyuntil academyuntil Y YunUI
until I late but Wednesday J J Jday and Thurs Thursday Thursday
day th the entire church force was put in inthe Inthe inthe
the field The president of the stake stakewa MakewaI stakewa
wa waI out personally in hU buggy bug visiting visitingfrom visitingfrom islUnglro
from D house e to house hou e By driving to toThree toThree toThree
Three Mile IIIe 11e be succeeded 8 in preventing InpreVeftLInglbe preventingthe
the attendance of the caller but the thedance thedance
dance was s a success a in spite of all ef ¬
forts fortsAt f0rt8At fortsAt
At en one of these th meetings last week it itAU Itwas 1 1was
was explained that a great many peo peopie jeoplo
pie had sinned in voting against the thepriesthood thelIrieathoed thepriesthood
priesthood in going 3Q alg to and playing playI in inthe inthe Inthe
the bowling alley against the priesthood priesthoodand
and in dancing against the priesthood priesthoodIt prl hood hoodIt
It was further explained that net only onlywere onlywera 111 111IeR
were theee sins aJn committed against the theholy theholy I Iholy
holy priesthood but that it was U agalust agalustthe aphilttbe agaliathe
the word of wisdom wisdomLewis I II
7 Lewis > wis Lund has been found guilty of offalft olfailing j jhood
falft failing tf be in harmony with the priest priestbond t ttIo
hood He voted for municipal owner ownership ownership ¬
ship against counsel cou tUleL He was presi president reslIknt frcnithat ¬
dent of the mutual improvement implOv t associ association utOC utOCatlon associatlon ¬
atlon but ut he has been dropped droppedC
C O Anderson was stake I chorister choristerHe choristerHe choristerHe
He stood up and a at voted votedst aaainst his bfah bfahop bhmoPU hiattop
op oPU ac a delegate e to a coaventton c Ye1ittcm He liealee Helee Hele
alee le voted for tb t the electric light t plant plantHe plantHe plantHe
He has been dropped for not being beJn in inFrank inJ inharMony
harMony harMonyFrink J
Frank Christensen Chri1rten n hesitated h tatd about aboutprmaiatng aboutPIOl81alM aboutproaisng
prmaiatng to obey the priesthood in all allthings allth allthings
things th spiritual and temporal He was waswtljing waswtU waswWIng
wtU wtljing to toproIIIlM Promise to obey in InaU allthings allthingsspiritual all tltint tltintsplrtt1aal tliInsspiritual
spiritual but he thought there might fe fesome eOIIIe hemine
some temporal matter upon u which h bwould hwovtd hwouW
would want to do as he pleased Ho Hows Herelaed liewas
ws was refused a recommend on these theoegrounds th thesegrounda fIe fIeCl
grounds Cl His H sweetheart has ha refused to tomarry tonaarrY tomarry
marry him if be cannot get a recom recommend reconimcmi ¬ I
mend mendJohn mcmiJohn
mendobD John Brooks plays in the orchestra at atthe atthe atthe
the academy He was told that he must musteither mustetther i iett
either ett quit the orchestra tra or resign resignstake ci cistake I Itake
stake organist t He refused refu ed to do either eitherand eithIand eitherand
and it was w announced that Brooks bad hadresigned badrMlped badresigned
resigned Brooks declared that he had hadnot hartnQt hadnot
not resigned but he was as dropped JU jlli jllitbfoo jtitthe L Lth
th the same sameChris sameChrIs sameChris
Chris Christensen Cbriste sen is the leader er of thc thoacademy th thacade thcacademy
academy acade orchestra He also sells mu musical mudeal muideal ¬
deal instrument The president of trn trnstake th thstake Uistake
stake learned that on one Frank Welling Wellingwas
was about to buy a piano from Christen Christensen Cbrletn1Mn
son Thereupon upon Welling VelUn was wa a counseled counseledto
to buy at t 5another another place He followed followedcounsel fotlowedAft4Ire followedcounseLS
counsel counselAndrew counseLS counseLSAndrew
Andrew Ketoen ehen a merchant took 109 109shares Jr Xs Xsshares
shares f stock In the academy He was wastold wastold wastold
told that he would have to sell the stock stockor slockor stockor
or quit his business b as a merchant It Itis 1tIs ItIs
is said that h ht then gave the stock ock to tothe tothe tothe
the president t of the stake At the meet rneetinic JIIei meetlag <
lag i In the Second ward President Kelly Kellyoffered Kellyoffered Kellyoffered
offered this stock for sate Ie This was wasSunday wasSunday M MSu114laJ
Sunday evening As there was no tak takers takeJ talceTs ¬
ers the president said that the dancing dancingsttkm daDCIqaca dancingacademy
aca academy emy was S very try poor blUin business trpo trpostdon prope propeelliott
elliott that the company compaihonor was ihasble to toa tohonor
honor a JM tS check that they had hAcIS a aMt as
Mt s lien upon the building Then Peter PeterJ
J Peterson arose and said be was wa wait a astockholder aitockhnlder
stockholder it khnlder in the academy that he liehis and aadhis andhis
his wife danced da there and he wanted wantedto
to knew 1m if h he was to be crt c off The Thepresident n npr Thepresident
president pr ldent said that they tbo would not cut cuthim cuthim cuthim
him off at that time but that no man mancould mantfJuld mancould
could hold his position in the tlaechureb tlaechureband church churchand churchand
and be a stockholder in the academy academypie aca4leMI academyI
I The home pilsslonrle lliIdonartee have gone from frotahoue fromI
I I house tl bou house and warned all the peo peoI peo peoplo
I pie against going to the academy academynot a eadem They TbyJ
> not only onl counsel UD and advise ad vitif but theywarn theywarn they
I warn am the people pIe that If they boW ttIoOt ttIoOtI stocjc stocjcor
I or 0 attend the dancing academy Madem they will willlose willI 111 111ioet
I I lose their church positions and 3 d gp g to tohell wI tohell
hell hellAt At Serena Sf tena Hansens house hou she s tod todthe 4the to tothe
I the tfacn t teachers a bfle T8 that she he preferred to take takeher takeb Lakeher
her b fathers fatb li counsel instead h tpd of the thelonJrlt th mfs mfsKtamrleg missloriarles
Ktamrleg > f counsel Her father I II I C CI rIhritfmen CI
I Ihritfmen I Christensen the th pioneer pj ne r musician of the theourty tIteUno theourt
ourty ourt and the father of I all the Chra Chratejei < hrl hrlt hr hrtn
t tn nsen tau JIIUI musicians < toiAft i The t taeher NKr told S Sthat flat bitftbat flatthat
that if she tie followed her fathers counsel counselthat couASdthat causedthat
that It would lead her h r to sin and per perdition perdition perditlon ¬
dition ditioniecret ditionSecret ditloni4eeret
Secret inftings m u tings have been held in eaci eaciward eRe eReiliiUd eactward
ward in th tho stake and promise prom have havevi h8nI hace1eS
I ht 1eS > < vi I rpqiir TQ rP4vird J r ti l from a ach li und nil fI i I lh offi offij
j iniiifT ir i i 1 f1H irjr it h rt4J ha f 1y > w aulilti auliltiI > ui IIt1 IIt1I <
I I v > nrl I iu j aor 3 asiinst aaUjt the th ti unW unWt uicini
t >
o = j3
academy a and that they the > would ou14 keep se secret socret ¬
cret th the proceedings pJO < of the theApostle meeting meetingApostle mest mestApostle
Apostle lawson < was in Brtgtoam the thelatter theatter thelatter
latter part of the week weekDROWNED wee weeI weeDROWNED weekDROWNBD
I
DROWNED IN PROVO ROVO RIVER RIVERWoman 1UVERWoinan RIVEBWoinan
Woman Woinan Upset From Fro rtoiiS1e1gh Sleigh and Rolls RollsProvo RoUsInt BoilsInto
Into Water W4ilterprmo WaterProvo
Provo Fob F b s KMHYTum 8Mrs Mrs Hyrum Duerden ef efUnden erLfntIen OfLinden
Linden was or drowfled owned 1 n Provo river riverw nicriabopt
iabopt w t a mile above thai t lI TeMurid el1urldE < Power POWCTmays Pow Powco Powercunljmnys
co cunljmnys mays s lower lo r plant this afternoon aft rnOon ilr ilrMrs MrantE Ir Ira
a antE Mrs Duerden and Joseph Jo Jenkins Jenkinsof
of Wasatch 8atch county w we re driving down downthe do dothe downthe t
the canyon in a alefgi A snowtide 5no lIde at atthe atthe atthe
the Blue dunway wheftr wh whe the accident oe oegenras oe 00cursed
cursed bad made 0 road very daD daDJfflOU6 dangerous I
genras and the sleigh Sl r Zipped over throw throwIn throwfn throwhag
In hag the occupants dOs the bank bankMrs bankMII bankMts
Mrs Duerden en was the only ODI one thrown thrownmto tblOwnInto thrownInto
Into the water For spine III unaccountable unaccountablereason unaooouptableneither unaccountableresmn
reason neither Mr 4r Duerden nor Jenk Jenkins Jenklna JeakIns ¬
ins were we able to rescue the woman wo al although altboQKh atthough
though the water was waR w not very deep at atthat atthat atthat
that point pointThey ointTlMy > oinL oinLTh
They Th y hastened to the t tl power poA r plant aqd 811aomo atdsome aqdsome
some employee of the Tefluride udde company companyho companyvho
> vho ho cam caine to their asshrtance recovered recoveredfhe recoYeledhebody recoveredlte
fhe hebody lte body about 2W yards from where the theaccident Uteaccident theaccident
accident occurred occurredMrs QCcurredIn occurredMrs
Mrs Duerden was 22 years of age and andwas andwas
was the daughter of Henry Klegg KJ of ofHeber ofHeber ofHeber
Heber The remains were taken to Lin Linden Linden ¬
den tonight and the funeral win be held heldin heklin heldIn
in that place at some later date dateMAJBTTI datetLNTX
MAJBTTI NBWSNOTES NBWSNOTESManti NBWf 110TES
Manti Feb S 8 The Tb body of Deputy
County Clerk CI rk J H Knopp was taken takento takenIoronl takento
to Ioronl Saturday morning last for forcity forouriui
ouriui Several eral of lil tneacIe trom troj this tbIIJeft thisty
city eft ty accompanied the t remains to their theirburial theirrburial theirbudal
rburial burial place acc The affair art was a most sad sadone sadone
one and the deceased decM to mourned mournedI IIy IIymaJiV bYmails >
I many of our citizens citiseruSeyeral citizensSeyeral itiJfIESeveral
Seyeral inches ow 0 M Iitt8W ew fell during the thenight tbenl thenight
night nl In this city and all feel f eel 1 Jubilant Jubilantovet JubliaJ1toer Jubilantover
over the prospects plOS t8 for the < he present year yearsine yearThe r rThe
The heepnlfn lue are e especially happy happythe happySinep
sine Sinep the recent r ent osde o opdr permitting < 3WW 3WWsheep 3UIPUsheen
sheep t tet be grazed on the reserve this thiscoming tbtcoming thiscoming
coming season and the praises of Sea Senator Seator Sonstor ¬
tor Smoot and also 18001 of Senator Kearns Kearnsare Kearnsare Kearnsare
are head loud and most every everywhere eerywhere elcrywhore ¬
where for their excelMfct cet work in l be behalf be beIt beIaIf ¬
half IaIf It of the Industry which h IP certainly certainlyof c > rtamlyt
of t great t value to tlie tl tb people of f Sanpetc Sanpetccounty SanlMlecouAt Sanpetecounty
county countyA couAt couAtA
A day or two t 0 ago o tfSW UO fI was received receivedby rCeh Cl Clb
by b Company F o X Goo I J IT i from the tliestate thestat thegta
state gta for services rendered which wa waa W Wa Was Wasa
a a welcome visitor and much appreciated appreciatedby
by all the boys boysA boynA
A baby girl was born to air and Mrs MrsF MrsF MrsF
F C Keller Thursday evening last la t Mr Mri MrKeller
i i Keller is the geniar clerk in the store storeof stortf storeof
of f Tuttle Co of f tills city
Charles Smyth son Of Professor A CSmyh CSmyth C CSmyth
Smyth of this th city returned from a four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years trip to the Philippine islands a afew afew afew
few days ago Mr Smyth says 53 that the theislands theIsla theIsldg
islands Isla are in many reapects r ts dangerous dangerousto
to live on as a man is obliged to carry carrya rry rrya
a sun for elprot selfprotection tIon out in othc othcrespects othcrespeets othcrespects
respects the country ia a good one and androost andmost andmost
most anybodYeDu14 anybody could u1d make a living there thereeducation theremore theremore
more especially It the person has a good goodedueatlon goodedueatlon
edueatlon Mr Smyth has been awa awafrom aWAfrol11 awayfrom >
from his native state for the past pa t flight flightyears eightyears Ightyears
years and says as he finds ndg many changes changessince changessince hangt hangtsfnce >
since that time He thinks there are op opportunities opportunltles oiportunkles ¬
portunities for menof men ot all classes The Theclimate ThecUD1Bte Theclimate
climate here is rather cold for him a uhe aho ahe
he says th ly > y are enjoying summer pummfrweather fiummf1eathtt summerweather
weather in the th PhlUI Philippines PIDes and were ere a athe atb athe
the tb tlm time hr 11 left leftThe leftTbe leftThe
The Sunday SUMa School union of the th South SouthSanoete SouthSan SouthSannete
Sanoete San te stake held a meeting in thi thicity thtcity thucity
city Saturday last A large t e number uf ofteachers ufteachers ufteachers
teachers were W > le in attendance attendanceJoseph att attendanceJoseph net netJoseph
Joseph Nielsen Xlel en of this city will put putup PIttup putUp
up a bicycle repair shop here when th thseason thseason thseason
season demands deman s it itPROVO ItPROVO ItPROVO
PROVO NEWS NEWNOTBS NEWNOTBSProvo NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo Feb S 8Fu Funeral services wr WThekl wrheW wrheld
heW this u ls afternoon in the Sixth ware waremeeting warmeeting warumeeting
meeting house over the remains of Mar Martha ilartba Martha ¬
tha Corbett th the 9y 9ye arold o1d daughter of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Walter 8 Corbett who whodied wbQdied whedied
died Saturday from peritonitis caused causedby Mlutedappendie1ls causedappeudktiz
by appendicitis appendie1ls There was a large at attendance attendAnce attendance ¬
tendance ofTfriemls of twmk an a relatives The Thefollowing Tbefollowing Thefollowing
following speakers addressed add the copgrc copgrce congITtion congregatlon
e gatlon tion Elders Ekfers John A A1011 Dorius Ot1Us George QeorgeSkins GeorgeElms
Skins Ekh David John C D 1 Glazier Jolla JeiiG n nG I
G JOnes J treS and Ralph Pwilton PoWItonA V VA
A son has as been born jbs Mr and Mrs MrsDon MInDon I i
Don Gee All well wellJudge wellJudge I IJudJJe
Judge Booth ootIt held court urt in Hcber H Hcberto Hcbertotiny to totjay tp tpJsabelle
tiny tjayMr Mr Mrs Jsabellc Smith Sn h and Miss 2tN EiitPl EiitPlSmith Ethel EthelSmith l lSmith
Smith went to Salt Labs this tkI evening eveningto evenl I Ito
to attend the Smith family reunion te tebe tebe tobe
be held in the Beehive bive house tomor tomorFred to touotrow 4
row
rOied Fred Klrkwood Klrkw and Frank k Carter r willopen will 1lf 1lfopen
open a thirst parlor at an early date in inthe inthe I Ithe
the building now < occupied by D Dduff JR JRCluff r rCluee
duff on Center street streetDEATE streetDEATE I IDEAT11
l lXt
DEATE OF MRS JENSEN JENSENMt JENSBMt
Mt Pleasant Feb 8 8Tbe The wife of ofMads c gMade i iIds
Made Ids Jensen ell passed quietly away i iearly Ja Jaoariy
early hour this morning morn norni Mrs J Jwas Jwas Jesi Jesiwas 8lJtI11
was 79 j years of age StK came < to tethIs tethIsstat this thisstate thisstate
state in 1857 8 7 with a handcart train trirfttand trtand trainand
and has resided in this city since Mft MftShe 1tLShe 1 1She
She was th the mother of eight children childrenfour childrenfour childrenfour
four of whom with the aged husband husbandsrre
srre still living to mourn her loss lossREQUISITION Ionsa IonsBQUISITI0lT 5 5REQUISITI01
a
REQUISITION > r FOR FORGER FORGERSacramento FORGERI
I Sacramento C C1I I Feb S 5GovPIDOIPar 5GovPIDOIPardee Governor CovernorPardee Par Pardee
dee today issued a requisition upon the thegovernor thegovernor thegovernor
governor of Oregon Or gon for the return to this thisstate thiflstate thisstate
state of C C Saltaer wanted wan at San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancis3o
Francisco for forging aeheck aeheckThe a check checkThe k kThe
The governor has honored the requisi requisition requlrltlOIl requtaltion ¬
tion of the governor of Washington Wa for forthe forthe forthe
the return of Patrick Neely wanted in inthat intbat inthat
that state on a charge of seduction seductionNeely 8tductloneely seductionNeely
Neely eely is i now in incqlltodY custody at Stockton StocktonHEAVY StocktonC StocktonHEAVY
C IIa IIaREA
HEAVY REA VY KANSAS FAILURE FATLTTREKansas FAILUREIn5aS PAILUBEKansas
Kansas City Feb 8 8 8A A special sp 1aI to the theStar thlStar theStar
Star from fromIndcpendenct Independence Ran says The Thefailure Thefal1urp Thefailure
failure of M 1 Lockwood one of the thetors thelarg8t thelargest
largest peton tors in the theKanM8 Kansas oil fields fieldsprobably fJe fJeIs fieldsis
Is alnoun asnounted Th The JIaIUttte It Ja aId aIdprobablv saidprobably
probably will reach cb S3SM eesm The m assets assetsare afletllI ta taI
I are stated to be ck l elos r to 1tt m iiOO d air airLockwood MrI tr trLoekood
I I Lockwood is i a heavy operator in the thePennsylvania t thePennsylvania e ef
f Pennsylvania oil fields
NOMINATIONS NOMINATIONSWashington NOIdINA NOMINATIONSWashtegton IONS IONSWubil
Washington Wubil gtoQ Feb 3 TJt president to tooay toda joday
day da sent to the senate senateth tha folio following wing nom nominations nomInatIoII sumtenuous ¬
tenuous inationsMarrfial InatIoIIIar tenuousMaxthal
Marrfial Iar 181 of the Central district of the theIndian theI theIndian
Indian I Territory George K Pritchard PritchardNorth PritchardXortk PritchardNorth
North Carolina CarolinaPostmaster Carolinaptmutert Carolinapotujsters
Postmaster Colorado CoIeredO4lerbert oIIerbe1t Herbert E EHanaa EHanDa EHanas
Hanaa New N Windsor Washington WasblnglonHugh WashingtonHugh WashingtonHugh
Hugh Ettridge Bclllngham BclllnghamGenuine BclUn < ham hamLittle
1 Genuine GenuineCarters GenuineCarters
Carters Little Liver L iv r Pills PillsMust PIIISMust PillsMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSEE ofFACSIMILE ofSZE
SEE FACSIMILE WHAKPBR Pmt BELOW BELOWVery BELOWVu BELOWVary
Very small ama1laad and as easy easyto c easytots3censsugnr H7 H7to
to tots3censsugnr tots3censsugnriiArrrrrn take as sugar sugarFOR sugarCARTERts
iiArrrrrn FOR FORHEADiL FORHEADiLbMfU HEADACHE HEADACHEi HEADA itE itEI
I CARTERts bMfU i FOR DIZZINESS DIZZINESSITTLE DIZZINESSIJE DIZZINESSTTL
ITTLE TTL FOR BILIOUSNESS BILIOUSNESSFOR BIUODSNESSIVER
i IVER FOR TORPID LIVER LIVERFOR LIVERN
IJE N PI LLS fOR CONSTIPATION CONSTIPATIONFOR CONSTIPATIONEIi
EIi FOR SALLOW StUN SKIKFORTKECOfilPLEXIOH StUNFOR SKINFOR
FORTKECOfilPLEXIOH FORTKECOfilPLEXIOHELEGTHiG FOR THE COMPLEXION COMPLEXIONPrite
O3l Gn7eUm NVxNE suzava un lL lLIS awt
IS 2ftt15 Prite alS I Pure1yTegc pncI7 VCCt5D1O VCCt5D1OELEOTRW 1o 1oELEOtRIO
ELEGTHiG LIGHTED TRAINS TBSIHSDAILY
I
DAILY DAILYBETWEEN DAILYBETWEEN DAILYBETWEEN
BETWEEN BETWEENSALT BETWEENS BETWEENSALT
SALT S LT LAKE CITY CITYAND CITYAND CITYAND
AND THE EAST EASTNo EASTfl
fl T TNo
No Change of Cars CarsTHE CarsYHE caraTHE
THE OVERLANP ROUTE ROUTEAH ROUrE ROUrEAll ROUTEAll
All The Way WaySUPERB w y yS
5 5UPRi
SUPERB S UPRi PERB EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENTroKH EQUIPMENTcosMavno tr trCOiIUJ1M
roKH COiIUJ1M tic or orffetSmofein orr orQpermcnt
Qpermcnt r t Obmratle9Csrs Obmratle9CsrsisffetSmoking c cDiiff8t
Diiff8t isffetSmoking ffetSmofein SmoidDI ObMrtagl aM d ISiney Cats CatsttllsaaB Car1a1 Carslaleu
ttllsaaB 1a1 8B Palace Pala Slevpia S1 imp g Csr CsrDiKiag r
DIning Cars s1l mats al I ajwcarte ajwcarteFree aJcafleTimeist e eTdet
Tdet Slpj Steplacc e Liars LiarsFree
Free Realizing Cwair Ir Care et etBejSBrc etc etcsttif
0 0Je
BejSBrc Je e yotsf rcket TJcfctt f t19 V ds over the thev theUlilo
v f s UJilON IACIC IACICtEicketOflicej PA PA1CFnlTufpiatzon flC flCFa
Fa FnlTufpiatzon f ajon inaid k o on a Jplicaidn ii Itcabdu to torrIcket toTicketOfllce
tEicketOflicej rrIcket < fI1c 201 Main Il Street StreetO
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Men the Car Platform PlatformThankful
Thankful for SwampRoot SwampRootAtta
Atta Attacked ked by Diseases Due to Cold Expostire xposure and od the e Terrible Strain of Their Work Motormen MotormenThedaily Motormenand MotormeniuI
and iuI Conductors Are Made Strong by This onderful Remedy RemedyThedaily Remedy5The
Thedaily The daily work of a moprman nio orman is enough to break breakdown down a constitution of steel He must face cold and storm day and night Cwped up upon upon upon
on his iSi narrow platform lie must stand while the bitter winds pierce him to the bone no matter how heavy his clothing Every minute he must mustbe m1tstbe mustbe
be on the alert and in the midst of suffering his judgment must be quick and sure for an error may cost a human life Tired and hungry after afterhours afterhours afterhours
hours of work that keep his nerves tense as fiddlestrings he sits in the corner of a car carto to devour evour a cold hasty meal from a tin pail These brave bravemen bravemen bravemen
men are exposed to risks as great gre t as those of the battlefield Fortunately Fortunatelywh when n nafcure na ure can stand the strain no longer the railroad men know knowwhere knowwhere knowWhere
where to find new strength stren thand and energy en rgy The statements stateme ts printed below tell of wonderful wonderfulcures cures by SwampRoot the great gr at Kidney Remedy
SwampRoot Cured Me MeTo MeT MeTo
To T a Reporter ReporterLike IieporterLike r rLike
Like magic fittingly describes de the themanner themanner themanner
manner in iii Which SwampRoot cured curedme Quredme curedno
me of pOOl digestion routed tongue tongueand ton tonand e eaud
and loss 10 of appetite 8jp < titt of many ma J years yearsstanding yfl llTh llThsttniding 1II 1IIshmdillg
standing I tried nearly every cer medi ¬
cine for stomach trouble trl1t Je that thatrecommended v > iJ fi firecommended
recommended to ine without 1 thout rtlifi rtlifiuntil rtllfuntil rIzr t tuntil
until I tried SwampRoot on onthe the ad advice ndvice advice ¬
vice ofa of a friend ri It U4not < d 1 not require requiremore rlquirtmore requirtmore
more than four f ur Bottles oott1 b ttliis to set setniy setniyt4pmaclt my mysit m maol
t4pmaclt sit jmaeh aol right ri 1tt and for the past two twomonlWl twoiWlJ twoithibImI
monlWl iWlJ lJS1 liaye h been eating with a afr ufltJiSl ait1iit
fr fltJiSl it1iit < lisit aflyrtung rortl1i aiiiin set et t before me some something someuor somethil
thing thil uor I rlj I1l3 syg bl unable to do pre previoully preiotilIN proi
vioully iotilIN or r 1r yfligs i Am stronger strongcrthan strongcrthancycr than thaneverJ
cycr everJ
cycrJi Ji rt rtO tJ tJr
r q O l i t 1 1l lS lSq lSO
O N N4l AveBtiD lt klyn klynr
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Splendid Results Obtained by bythe bythe bythe
the Use of SwampRoot SwampRootTo Swa pRoot pRootTo
To a Reporter ReporterDuring HeportDuring ReporterParing
During tlib tJlotpidemic th epidemic of grippe grppe Pfe in inIsco
1800 I fell a victim since then at atthe atthe atthe
the change of the reason resuouSpring resuouSpringatid Springftud Spring Springand
and Fall FaUI I suffered more or les less soy severely iiCVereJy soyerely ¬
erely with fearful pains in my m bones bonesaccompanied bonesaccompanied bonesaccompanied
accompanied with a general neral exhaus exhaustion exhttustion exhaustion ¬
tion sometimes so bad I would have haveto baveto haveto
to take to my bed Last Fall I wasthreatened was wasthreatened wasthreatened
threatened with the usual attack and andhearing andhearing andhearing
hearing of the good results obtained obtainedthrough obtainedthrough obtainedthrough
through SwampKoot I bought a 50c
bottle which hih benefited bCIl me so o greatly greatlythat g greatlythat
that to make assurance doubly sure sureI sureI I
I bought another which cured < nie so soeffectually IWeffcctuallr soeffectually
effectually that I have had no pain painor
or ache since SwampRoot has my mygrateful mygrateful mygrateful
grateful and hearty in indorsement indoreementfr orcment orcmentr orcment15t
fr r
1
156 15 Marion St SBkJyn BJclyn
NATIONAl NAt BANK OF j TilE REPUBU REPUBUu I
U S DEPOSITORY DEPOSITORYPRANK DEPOSITORYFRAK DEPOSITORYFRANK
PRANK KNOX President PresidentJAMZS Pruldentt PresidentJIzs
tt JAMZS IZS A A MURRAY MURRAYVlce Vice President PresidentF
W F ADAMS Cashier CashierCAPITAL CasbhJCAPITAL CashierCAPITAL
CAPITAL PAID PAlDIN IN INBanking 300000Banking 300000 300000Banking
Banking in all Its branches transacted
Exchange drawn on the principal cities citiesof I Iof
of Europe EuropeINTEREST EuropeJNTE
INTEREST JNTE PAID ON TIME TT IE DEPOSITS DEPOSITSOF DEPOSITS51 DEPOSITSTITI
TITI 51 STAT A TE BANK BANIOF BANKOF
OF UTAH UTAHCorner UTAHCorner UTAHCorner
Corner Main and South Temple TempleStreets TempleStreets TempleStreets
Streets Salt Lake City CityJOSKPH CityJOSHPH CityJOSflH
JOSKPH FSMITH F SMITH President PresidentWlfcLJAM PresidentWILLIAM PresidentWthLIAM
WILLIAM B PRESTON Vice President PresidentCHARLES Pre PresjdentCHARLES lent lentCHARLES
CHARLES S BURTON > Cashier CashierHENRY CashierHENRY CashterHEKRY
HENRY T MEWAN Anti Cashier CashierGENERALBANKINGBUSINESS Cashier6E CashierGENERAL
GENERALBANKINGBUSINESS GENERALBANKINGBUSINESSAccounts 6E GENERAL ERAL BANKING BUSINESS BUSINESSAccounts BUSINESSAccounts
Accounts Solicited Special attention to tocountry tocountry tocountry
country trade Correspondence Cvrrespond nce invited invitedNotice InlledNotice InvitedNotice
Notice NoticeXOTICE NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE THEcity THEeU THEcity
city eU council co ncll of S Salt lt Lake City of the in intention intention n ntentlon ¬
tention of such council to make the fol following folIowlDl following ¬
lowing described Improvements towit towitConstructing towitConatrueting towitConetrueting
Constructing a cement sIdewalk s six x f feet fMtwide feetwide t tvdde
wide on the westside west side of A street from fromFourth frvmFourth fromFourth
Fourth to Fifth streets streets the e ea t BIde M MA of ofA ofA <
A street from South Temple to Fifth Fifthstreets F1tUtatteet5 ftb ftbstreets
streets the west side de of B street from a apoint aIOlnt apoint
point 10 rods north of South Temple Templestreet Templrtreet Templestreet
street to Fifth str street > et the east side of B Btrset Breet Breet
trset reet from South Temple to Ninth Mnthstreets Ninthstreets Inth InthtreeUJ
streets the west side of E street from fromSecond fromS fromSecond
Second S cond to Third strents tn the north side of ofFirst ofFIrat ofPiret
First street stre t from a point S roes r 4s w west < flt t cf cfA cfA f fA
A street Ureet to B street the tit north side 2ld of ofS ofSGcend ofSecond
S Second nd street from a to point 2 2S rods wpt wptof WPtQf westOf
of A street to B street an and from D strppt strpptto 11 roct roctto
to E street the north side of Third trei 5treelfrom treifrom tr f1
from A to E street the th south itli siri siriof side sideof irtp irtpor
of Fourth street from A to B strv streets < tF t tlw tlwnQrth th thnorth v vnorth
north side lId of Fourth ntre street t from A to D Detreew DtreeL Pstreete
etreew treeL < south side of Fifth street from fromA fromA fromA
A tOfC to C streets the north side of l Fifth Fifthtgtjfrom > ifth ifthBtteefefront ifthg
Btteefefront 110111 B to E street the th south side sidestreet sid sidUt ld ldstreet
Ut street from A tv B treets the thesl thei9lske
g i9lske sl < of Sixth str atret t from B 10 n 7 7Streets
street re b the t h north Iorth side 1ld < f s Sen 5evcnth < v > ntn ntnfrom t h etre etrefrom tr
from Ii to K 1 irft i aLt lit t i < irU f rt a s > 1 1e
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Lame Back Cured Curedby by Swamp SwampRoot SwampRoot SwampRoot
Root Rootto Rootro
00 < a t Reporter EcporterFor RoporterFor ReporterC0y
For aiotig a tong i ° time I suffered with withbackaches withbadehes withbackaches
backaches I tried plasters liniments liuiraentsand lininaentsand linimentsand
and idiTors dj rs concoctions without re relief r rlic relid ¬
lid lic Hearing and leading so o much
about the merit of SwampRoot I Ithought ItllOu Ithought
thought tllOu ht I would give < it a trial Be Before lieiore ¬
fore finishing fiui hin the lirst bottle the kink kinkIn
In mv back had nearly disappeared disappearedthis
this encouraged me to t use it faifhful faifhfully
ly Five Fi bottles cured me entirely entirelyand entirel entireland entirelyand
and although it is over six months monthssince monthssinctl monthssince
since my m recovery I have had no n pain painor
or ache since It certainly affords me mepleasure mepleasure incpleasure
pleasure to indorse SwampRoot SwampRoot13S1 SwampRootAr
t Aidr
1381 Herkimer St PAlyn
Eighth EI hth street atn t from B to too E streets str s in insidewalk J Jtlidewalk
sidewalk districts Noa M and 28 2ti and andfray 1ItM 1ItMfra ZO ZOfray
fray fra the cost and exisnse xnenee x e thereof sell estimated sellmated ¬
mated at nraetef n ten1 11 thoa th01b thoesapSi ifd eicht hundr humrm humrm1t huodr41LSIOPJ
198 1t 1LSIOPJ f 9 doM dollars rs or on one and 2SMO 2SMOdollars IS 129 129dollars
dollars per front or linear foot by a local localassessment Iocalalle85111e1t localasmasment
assessment t for f tl a depth dt > th of twentyfive tv ntyUvt f ffeet 15 29 29feet
feet upon the Jots or pieces p ts 01 Ii ti ground groundwithin groundwithin groundwttbl
within wttbl the following foiloWingdes described < rlbed uistHcts uistHctsbeing itatPstsbeing iUictsbtolng I
being the districts dt to be affected nfte < ted or bore benefited borefited r ¬
fited by said iB9wov I Imgoveamnt ovfment m nt namely name nameOn
On A Street StreetAJI All of kB 1o 2 and 3 3 block
13 all altof of Iota 2 and d 3 3 block blO k M all of lots lotsi 1
2 i and 3 3 block 41 all of lots 2 and V 3 3 3block
block 44 all of lots 2 and S S bloCk i and andall andall andall
all of lots 1 and 4 block plat D DOn DOn Don
On B Street StreetAII All of lots jot 2 and 3 Mock
12 all of V > t 4 L 4block block 13 1 S ail l1 of lute l i and 4 4block 4block 4block
block K all of lots lot 2 and 3 block 17 all allof allof
of lots Io 2 and nd Z 3 block 46 all of lots 1 and
4 block 41 1 all allot of lots 1 and 4 block 44 44all 44all 44all
all of lots 2 and 3 block 46 I all of Iota Io IoaM 3 3and 2and
and 3 3 b bta btock t IB all a all i of lot tot 1 and 4 c 1 btock btockall ItIQckall taisckI
I all oflbts of 1bt2 2 aigl lIi qI 3 3 block JI 73 all of OCtets r lots J Jan4
2 and 3 ol7nc ot M i1I ft t Oots lots 3 and 3 So olook olookKB
101 and all of lots 2 uBd 3 7 block 124 plat platD plati piatD
V i iOn
D On E SfreetAU of i lots 1 i and ud 4 1 Jock 1ocka k kII V
9 II plat uno unoOJIIt D DO iiGa
O OJIIt Ga FirstStreet irstStreetTha S fttT1eeut The east 5 rods of lot lotI
1 block bIoc2 2 plat Tf t a n fl of lots 1 and aMblock 2 2I 2block
I block R and all 1i 1 of lots 1 latal and 2 Week bl blOckplat Ck Ckplat lt >
I plat D DOn DOn V
On Sfxnd Sf n 9tre StIoerU t AM of tote 1 and 2 2block Z Zb1o 2block
block b1o < k a an of lots lot l lsDd and 2 block 41 41all 41all 41all
all of lots 1 and 2 2 blocR lIIOCIt3 1 plat D and andth andtheeest andtheeast
th theeest east S Srods rods of ofIot 1ot iot1 i btock 3 S plat Iat IatOn 1 1On IOn
On ThIrd StreetAlI Street All oflots of lots 1 and aleFblock 2 2block
block 44 rtHef MIl tots 1 and 2 block 15 4 alt altof altor altof I
of lots 1 and andZ J block block4S 46 and all of tots 1 1and 1and Iand
and S 2 block 47 plat platOn izt 1 1On DOn >
On Fourth Fo Jrtb atreeU f uee4U AU of lots 3 and 4 4block L Lblock 1 1block
block 44 alt n ol h lets ts t and t f block 07 all allof aUof allof
of lots fotsl 1 and 2 2 Mock k s S and nd all of lots 1 1and 1and 1and
and 2 block It pat l tD tDOft l lOn D DOn
On Fifth Sir StretLAIi All of lots 3 and 4 4block Iblock 4block
block IS all alfof of late 3 and nd 4 block 69 i all allof aUot allof
of lots 1 and 2 = bftek bl ck 73 7 all of lots l and andblock andblock
block T4 4 and a all of lots 1 and J block
I 75 s plat nD D DOn DOn I
On Sixth Street 9tr StreetAU AU of tots 3 and 4 4I 4bIO
I V block bIO < k 72 2 all of f lots 1 and 2 Z block 95 1 and andall andall
I all of tots 1 and 2 block 96 plat D DOn DOn I
t On Seventh S VH1t l Street AH of loU 1 and andI andblock 2 2blwk
I block 101 all of lots Jot 1 and 2 Work 1 lo 102iTid < C Ci
i iTid nd all of lots 1 and 3 block N 1 plat platr iIatEibth Iat IatI I
I r
i I On Ki Eibth i hth S St Streettli r et ptAl Ali of lots lot 1 and 1 2 2block 2biuck I
block IK 12 all of lots 11 1 1 flpd pd i block 128 128and l
I and all of oflets 4 ts 1 anfi anu 1 tkbloek block 334 piaft piaftD I
D Salt I Lake aice City survey surveyAll RJ surveyAll V VAll >
I All protests prote b1 a i41d d objections to the far fari carryirg ar arrvllg
i rylpg out of ssi st i tatenUon epU n must fee pre preI nre4eIted
I I stilted in w wrJJTi t gO to the city clt recorder ieoorderon l Order Ordernn
on a 4 p before tile ie 23th th day da of February FcbruaI1f
f j iJI I54V 1 4 being fi t tiS e ttm timo trn < > sft pt by b said ald fumctl fumctlH lIlTwllLel urLetl urLetlLe i
H Le Lel it Wj will ID Attar > ir > nrt Uti d considu rtnsirlfi SliJ PI nro j
< t > i i s <
V Weak Kidneys Cured by bySwampBoot bySwampRoot bySwampIoof
SwampBoot SwampBootTo
To 1 a Reporter Reporterffiutdoos RportcrOutdo ReporterOutdoor
Outdo OJ woFlfeps of ofevery ofI ofewery
I every hind escape grave gravedangers lftaJ1eI gravedangers
I dangers by b taken t a If II g gssgn
SWanllJRoat at the first firstsign
sign of kieiney h dne or itlaff itlaffssntaS bladder b1nider
der trclJ fr0ubIe Dont waft waftlEntil waftuntil
lEntil tomorrow tomo row
In my oast 3 SwjiijpRoot WimpnJ t wsi W I < th thone tittouc iii >
one kidney kidu < v r rpnw ronwtly nvdy h clint t cured uiv uivwhen Ul Ulwhcn mewhen
when all others others utterly utt rb failed f ilal I con consider consider consider ¬
sider its ts effect on weak kidneys kid eys really reallywonderful reallytvonderftd ally allywonderfuJ
wonderful and am pleased to indorse indorseits indoreeitsV
its itsV itsVVmerjf5 merits It cures and d gives givesstrength gi gistrength givesstrength
strength strengtheiL eiL V
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1 14S < F1I1 ltoa
tests and object objections iocs ai may ma be made madethereto nauc naucthetetu 11uicthereto
thereto theretoMy thetetuBy theretoBy
By order ord r of the city cat council of Salt SaltLaKe SaltLa SaltLake
LaKe La City Clt Ut UtDated ttah ttahDated ttabDated >
Dated December emb r 14th ISO ISOJ 1tOZJ 1lIl
J 7 S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity
V City Recorder ReconkrSWevaJk IttCoNcrSWe RecorderSdexsik
SWevaJk SWe Xalk Extension tPDaion Xo Sir SirXodce 6tffo 53Nuder
Xodce fo NuderNOTICE XodceNOTICE c cXOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX BT THE THEcity THEcft TBLcIty
city cft council of Salt I JAke ake City lty ef r the in intendon Intentiun
tendon of such > council wuMlIto to make the fol followinf fOIlowtRg following I
lowing described < J improvements towit towitConstructing towitConstruCting towitConstrucung
Constructing a cement < sidewalk four fourfc fourf
fc f el et t wide on the east aide of H street t be between IKtween between ¬
tween South Temple and First streets in insidewalk Insldewal1t insidewalk
sidewalk district No 2 21 and a d defray the thecoat tbccost thecost
cost and an expense fxpen thereof estimated tlltlmat d at attwo attwo t ttwo
two hundred seventyseven and 201W 2010en29
un en29 1 dollars or Wi IMi80 0 < 0sf > 8 8f > dollars dc per perfront perfront
front or V linear foot by b a local I Int asaess asaessmnt amessnient I
mnt nt for a depth of twentylive < 26 29i feet feetupon feetUJHR feetupon
upon the lots or JA pieces of around within withinthe withintb withinthe
tb the following described district being beingthe beingthe
the district to be affected or benefited benetit d b bsaid br brsaid bysaid I
said Improvement hIlProv ment namely Ali of lots lotsand 2 2and
and JL block S plat D Salt Lake City Citysurvey clqBUre Citysurvey
survey surveyAll BUre BUreAll surveyAB I
All protests and objections to the carry
Ins lu ottt ° fet or ° f such HCb Intention must uat bo pre presented PItnted pieented > ¬
sented nted in writing to the city recorder Ie order on onor ottor I Ior
or before the 29th day of Jfcbraary ebreary 1904 1904being 1904being
being the th time set by rnd d council when whenit UI041
it will hear and oenvMei sach s ch protests protestsand protestsand rotllts rotlltsobjoeUuns
and objections as may JQ8 be made thereto theretoBy theretlJurder theretoBY
By order of the oity ity couril of Sal SaltLakd SalLak Saltek
Lakd City Utah UtahDated rtKDated I
Dated December 14th 14thJ 1 1J 9f 9fJ < < <
J S RiTiiirxW iRlTIlEOWCity RiTiiirxWCity RIT JLOW JLOWCit
City Cit Kciorder KciorderSidewalk Hp HetorderSidewalk > rder rderShIealk
Sidewalk Extension No NoDelinquent 0 ii iiDelinquent 99Delinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeMELCHER NoticeMELCHER
I
MELCHER MINING MiKLlVJ MiKLlVJcompany 11i MiILINJconipanv LL1d LL1df
company Principal n I plao pla IR of hn hjflPV hjflPVSalt l < n > ss ssSalt
Salt Lake f City rtah rh < Th Thre > v 1 iiv re < lelin lelincjtient lelinqflent if i iqtlent
cjtient upon the th following describe dp3cr bnl f = tok tokon t toft tcon
on account of iisiwssirem No o a i f fcent reent VCent
cent per share levied ou be itv U le aay aayof ol4 ol4or Leyof
of January Innua W ot payable on r before beforeFebruary 1x beforeFebruary fQT fQTFebrtlW
February tho th 1M J lt th the several evt > ral amount amountsat lmountlset
set opposite ppo91t the th name of the respective respectivesharenoiders r rcpeetIveharehoders l tI tIBhRr
sharenoiders BhRr hodtr8 as follows followpNo folmnNo followsNo
No No o of < mt imtCert mtCOlt mtCart
Cert Shar 4hares naf > s = r flI > j
21 F M f l langfird an ngfircl lrd 4l 4lai w j iil iilt2 v vI
t2 I F M 1 Lanjfford Langford1nco looou iOi iOI < W
25 F M LanglorU Laft8 onllI lOi1 10sas t i n n3S H2S
3S F M M Langford LangtordStIOO 2SOW 2SOWffl Aw
ffl F M Langford 4tt 4fiO 4000 4000F
3 F M Lansford Lan ford = 000 < 010 iO 0tnH
1 H 77 F < M i Langford Ifcite Ifcite1S5 liII liIIlSS 11eV 11eV1t <
1S5 1t F M Langford W > hl hl1iG o >
ISC F M tt r Langford KK KKIl PSi > <
Il 1 I 1 M Lans Linfrd > > r rd < l J jJ jJc j
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Heartily Recommends RecommendsSwampKoot Recom RecommendsSwampRoot ds dsSwampkoot
SwampKoot SwampKootTo
To a Reporter5SdeNd ReporterSofvved Reporter ReporterySufetd
Sofvved a loaf 1on time wits f aI j r rdyspepeia rdyspep rtiyspepeia
dyspepeia ia which yJ da no remedy w 8fn 8fnto > n nto fl flto >
to benefit ben t until I commenced t t V VSwampRoot dn dnSwampBoot Ii IiSwampBoot
SwampBoot I 1 first tried tri d a sma smar
r I JI
sized bottle with such good rou routhat fC rethat l
that 3Ldetermined to try more and andcured andcured
cured me so effectually that thoug thougit thou i iit
it is i now nearly nearl a year ago sin since e n nrecovery i TI
recovery reeoveiy rceover there has been no return returnthe returnthe returnthedrea4gastricaitacks
the thedrea4gastricaitacks dread gastric attacks I ItalV tat t tmaDS ti timeans i imeans
means maDS of of showing my gratitud a aheartily 3heartil7 a1artiIy
heartily jecoranwnd SwampKoot SwampKootall 1r 1rall
all suffering suJ suKerin the same as I did didV
j V
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x
> Why SwampRoot Gives Strength StrengthAlmost
Almost every everyone one from personal experience knows that the effects of any kind of severe physical strain are felt first of all in the small sm l of ofinlr
inlr 5 ntfazi TTTr i 1o in V oa n rtl riMrri > + T TTJ < Tt I t 5 j1 j1other
r A < +
thebackin other words in those Vital Organs the Kidneys This is as true in the case of the very powerful man as it is with one of less strength
andJtis and it is especially true whenever the kidn ys are weak Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and suffering than any
other thetdisease disease therefore when through neglect or other causes kidney trouble trouble is permitted to continue fatal falal16snlls results are sure to follow folloircan follolSWAMPROOT followSWAMPROOT
SWAMPROOT STRENGTHENS THE KIDNEYS and through them helps all the other organs When this wonderful medical discovery
can put the human body into condition to stand the hard work and the tremendous strain of the motormen it is easy to understand how it has cured
thousands upon upon thousands in the more ordinary and less strenuous walks of life lifeNo lifeNo lifeNo
No matter how many doctors you have tried no matter how much money you have spent on other medicinesyou medicines you really owe it to yourself
I and to your family to at least give SwampRoot a trial Its strongest friends today are those who had almost given up hope of ever becoming
I well w ll again againI
V
I To Prove What SwampRoot Will Do for YOU a Sample Bottle Will Be Sent Free by Mail MailEDITORIAL MailEDITORIAL lailEDITORIAL
EDITORIAL XOTICErSwampfioot XOTICE = SampRoot is the new discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is 5 used in the leading hospitals recommended d bv bvphysicians b hrphysicians
physicians physi ians intheir in theirprivate their private practice pra ticc V and taken by doctors themselves because they recognize in it the greatest and most successful suecessfnlreme remedy y that has ever been
discoveredSn VV
discovered V VV V
VI I
So successful siir < pssfnl is is SwflTnnRnnf SwampRoot in in nrninnflv promptly nnrinrr curing even v n tlia the most ninef floft distrossiIl ncctTirv cases nncnc that im to < prove nrn n its < iT wonderful > merits yon on DUlY have u a sample i TIJI bottle and nd i I T hook L Lof
of ofvaluahlc valuable information both sent absolutely free by mail The book contains many of the thousands upon thousands ot testimonial letters receired lfce red from men
and women cured TheTalue The value and success ot SwampRoot is so well known that our readers are advised to send for a sample bottle in writin writing to Dr Kilmer
Co umeness Binghamton ot oftliis this offer offerDont offerDont N Y be sure and say that you read this generous offer in in the th Salt Lake City Daily Dai1 Herald lli tid The proprietors pi oprietoi S of this paper i i iDont ouarantee guai antee the gen
Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers
SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Yv Y1I Y1Ion i ion
v on every bottle for sale at all DrugStores Drug StorescFifty Fifty Cents and One Dollar
I V THE THEDESERET THEDSRT I
DESERET DS R SAVINGS 6S BANK BANKDIRECTORS BANKDIRECTORS
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DIRECTORS DIRECTORSW IR
W W nter Rlt r President PresidentMoses PresidentMoses PresidentMoses
Moses Thatcher Vice President PresidentEllas Pre presidentElias Ment MentElias
Elias A Smith Cashier CashierJames Casl1crJames CashierJames
James Sharp John R Barnes John C CCutler C CCutler CCutler
Cutler David Eccles A W Carlson CarlsonGeorpe CarlsonGeor CarisonGeorge
George Geor e Romney John R Winder Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmot ReedSmoot
Smoot E R Bldredge W F James JamesFour JamesFour JaniceFour
Four per cent interest paid on n savings savingsdeposits savlngsdeposits savingsdeposits
deposits depositsVVAlK
VVAlK WALKER Capital RW BROThERS BROThERSBANKERS 5200000 5200000BANKERS 2OOOOOWALKER R TERSI TERSIBANKERS
BANKERS BANKERSSALT
SALT LAKE CITY CITYI TITAH TITAHEstablished UTAREstablished UTAffEstablished
Established 1S63 1 1S5 Incorpor Incorporated tfd 59w 59wOFFICERS 790sOFFICERS 9OOFFICERS
OFFICERS AND A D DIRECTORS DIRKCTORiM P PM
M H WALKER W ALItER President PresidentTHOMAS Pre8ldenTHOMAS PresidentTHOMAS
THOMAS WEIR Vice President PresidentU
U J II H FARNSWORTh FARNSW RTH Cashier CashierB C 5hlerB
B O HOWARD Assistant Cashier CashierJOHNH CashierJOHNH CashierJOHNH
JOHNH WALKER Astft Cashier CashierH Ca bler blerH
H G aiMILLAN aiMILLANW
W MONTAGUE FERRY FERRYTransact FERRYTranSfcf FERRYTransact
Transact a General Banking Business BusinessSafe
Safe Deposit Do oslt Boxes For Rant RantI RIUltL RentL
I L L S HIT HILLS LS President PresidentMOSES P1el5l PresidentMOSES nt ntMOSES
MOSES THATCHER Vic Vice President PresidentH
H S YOUNG Cashier CashierIS
IS S HILLS Assistant Cashier Cashieru
u S S DEPOSITORY DEPOSITORYDeseref DEPOSITORYDeseret DEPOSIT01YDeseret
Deseret National Bank BanltSalt BankSalt BankSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtaliOAPITAI Uta11CAPITAL UtahCAPITAL
CAPITAL 500000 i5OO1OOQSURPLUS 500000SURPLUS 50000S
SURPLUS S SURPLUSSMetypOsit r rSafety tp o
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fS Safety SMetypOsit Deposit Posit BoxesforReht BoxesforRehtj Boxes Boxes1orRit or Rent
j 21 f
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194 isaac l Jesaleas Sis Sis9s
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ISAb A It = L 111 111TaIortcJ8oD l ll
l = TaIortcJ8oD Taylor 8cm oos W WSons 100t
150 TayIor t Sons MM MMSons 1 I Ia
1 t lajjit a Sons W9 W97S MI MOQe9e
7S I Qeorce Bees Beesl 1 1 1 1t
l 144 < i S t tt ii Jones JonesOitam 1 150 I II8Ia1it Ii IilT
lT wilbarn Oitam Everett rerett 19 191M 1 lie I
1M DftvU = I Iamtn IamtnJundn tndtn 256 Z5David
1 David Lundin 500 500And 560An4 5 5And
And tn accordance with law ai aiorder siorder 1 1ordtr
order of tike board of o directors directorsthe m mthe 1 1the
the ith iI day of January > I90 1M so soshares Iai Iaisbares
shares of ofeach each parcel of stock a abe mj mjbe rn rnbe
be necesMiry n will be sold at t the theof fii fiiof If Ifof
of tb the consasaiy RflY room 45 t Hooper Hooperin Jjj Jjjr i iisa
r in isa Salt Sa 1AIIe lI > City Clt Utah on i iday t 1 1y I Iday
day y of 1MB 7rvary nary ttM at 2 oclock oclockto m mto i ito
to pay tke delinquent asseasmc asseasmcethr o
geth5g ethr with the costs c tB of advertM advertMexpenses cUi 1 1ex Iexpenses
expenses ex of sale saleR salekK saleRV
R kK RV 3 WILKINSON Seer SeerSalt SeCrd ry rySalt y ySalt
Salt Lake City Utah Feb S U UTHB 1THJI iiTH
THB TH AJOOTAL 41rN1LiIJ AL STOCKHOIT 1 1meeting SR SRfttlr R RmeeUq
meeting 01 t1aeDllair the OIr fttlr Queen Mini JiIin1i j ton tonpany CQI1pany i ipsny
pany will II be bald at room Nt 1 C P m mrial mMal rndel
Mal btecfc aak Lake City Utah > Mar 1ar1 tar 1
8 at 4 yx m S CBAWKop CBAWKopEAGLE CBAWtuiLScr CBAWF I IEAGLE
Scr 1 1EAGLE
EAGLE MINING INi2a a COMPANY COMPA T Ttion TO TOUon > e t ttion
tion of principal r Iace lace of business bll in Ssit SsitIke 8a ieLake i ilake
lake City Utah Notice is hereby gvi gvithat g gthat giv givthat
that the board of o directors of thv ti tinamed tbo tbopamed > bo bonamed
named corporation at t a mating nieetin r sa1 sa1board 8a1board as asboard
board duly callei ard regularly h Id Idthe at atthe t tthp
the office I of the th company in Salr Sa i Lak LakCiy lakCy
CiTy Utah on Jar 18 W 1 levied I U Uissesmeitt i iassetsnient 1g8ef5ment
assetsnient of on tr1talf ialf of ofs3r on nB OT OTshar l p ps >
shar s tr on all the Issued lltsu d and ontptaidiri ontptaidiribhar outFt1dlrfthar fl ridlr ridlrahart
bhar s of the capial stfMk of f hp cm cmporati fM fMfHrstfttl c cpratim
porati fHrstfttl n payable r Feb Ff 23 2 ir 1 a aWilliam u i iWilliaai t
William Piscbei PIIIc l scrtary Verstar of uP th 1v ILany rom romtany comIan
tany Ian any at t his officr offi V rooms 20 and Com Comnsrcial < nm Ar Arnerctal
nsrcial National Balk Work hlo k corn cornond orr 5 5end p poDd < =
oDd South and Coroaaercial streot ItTf reu t K KLako N L LLake t tL
Lake L k City Clt Utah Miy flY stock upon unc whs wh n nj t
j said assesampnr niry flh remain r < maln unpaid d r rF i iI
I I ph > b 23 1904 Ri b > < Minquent on F Fb FbloI4 Fbja4 > b
1 1914 and adv adnri adVCISCVl ris v 1 for sale at t pablia pabliai pnb pnblltion ub ubiiijon
i Js I naad tDG tDGfofor ma1before
> lltion ii < uion and un payment
1 before fofor fore will fa he l i on March 17 iH 4 ra rapav o opay
pay th the delinquent assessment togth t th thVith thwith r rith
Vith with ith the cost of advertising advertising and ex xrn xrnof xpti i < s sV
V of sal sale I WILLIAM PISCHI Phi I L LiSocretarv LSretazy CScretary
i iSocretarv Sretazy Ea E Esge e Miring trtng Compan f m 1mI > mi ma ma2i
I 2i i and 21 CommerHal Nation Nattortirk atlr i iI JUt JUtPink
I Pink Pair 81t I lakf > akf City jt ty Utah 1 tat

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