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10 THE SALT LAKE I AKE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906
MANY ANY WANT TO TOrGET TOGETTIJ1E
rGET GETTIJ1E THE I LAND LANDI LANDSpeculators
j fl j f fSpeculators
Speculators See Se Chance to Make MakeMoney IThke3loney MakeMoney
Money Bidding on School SchoolSection SchoolSection SchoolSection
Section SectionMAY SectionMAY SectionMAY
MAY THWART MONOPOLY MONOPOLYBUSINESS MONOPOLYBUSINESS MONOPOLYBUSINESS
BUSINESS HOUSES WISH CHANCE CHANCETO
TO START STARTSpirited STARTSpirited STARTSpirited
Spirited bidding for the section of ofschool otschool ofBchooI
school land in Tooele county in close closeproximity closeproximity I
proximity to the Garfield G rfleld smelter which whichIs I
Is to be sold Saturday Is looked for by bythe bythe bythe
the state land board The smelter com company company cornpany ¬
pany it is said will try to bid In the theland theland theland
land but It will probably find Its efforts effortsopposed effortsopposed effortsopposed
opposed by persons desirous of estab establishing establ1shlng establishing ¬
lishing stores saloons residences and andother andther andother
other < > adjuncts of civilization for the ben benefit benefit benefit ¬
efit of the army of workmen who are em employed emploed employed ¬
ployed now and who will continue to be beemployed beemployed beemployed
employed in Increasing numbers at the thesmelter thesmelter thesmelter
smelter Several Se ral persons it is said look lookon lookon lookon
on the purchase of this land as one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best real estate speculations in sight sightAs sightAs sightAs
As matters stand now the horny hornyhanded hornyhanded hornyhanded
handed son of toil at Garfield who wishes wishesto
to Slake his thirst must slake it in a asmelter asmelter asmelter
smelter company saloon or allow it to go gounslaked goupslaked goupsiaked
unslaked The company does not run the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon directly J W V Cahoon however howeverenjoys howeveronjoys howeverenjoys
enjoys a Uconcesslonwhlch concession which Is the same samesort samesort samesort
sort of a thing that Is causing President PresidentCastro PresidentCastro PresidentCastro
Castro of Venezuela to lead the stren strenuous strenuous strenilous ¬
uous life lifefor for the exclusive sale of wet wetgoods wetgoods wetgoods
goods on the Garueld townsite Inas Inasmuch Inasmuch Innsmuch ¬
much as the smelter company bars barsout barsout barsout
out all rivals he is doing a thriving thrivingbusiness thrivingbusiness thrivingbusiness
business and there is more or less com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint that his stock is of an Indifferent Indifferentquality indifferentquality Indifferentquality
quality commonly known as contortion contortionwhisky contortionwhiskY contortionwhIskr
whisky whiskyMoreover whiskYMoreover whIskrMoreover
Moreover there is no place of amuse amusement amusement amusement ¬
ment on the townsite The smelter com company company cornpany ¬
pany views a dance house with disap disapproval dIsapproval dlsapproval ¬
proval and will give no concession for forone forone forone
one The only way in which a sportively
Inclined toiler can vary the monotony of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his life is to drink in the company companysaloon companysaloon companysaloon
saloon after which he must needs go gohome gohome goborne
home and sleep in a a company bunk in a acompany acompany acompany
company cabin or tent tentOnly tentOnly tentOnly
Only One Store There ThereThe ThereThe ThereThe
The same rule of monopoly applies to totne totne totne
tne mercantile business on the townsite townsiteThere townsiteThere townsiteThere
There Is one store and the man runs it itdoes itdoes Itdooh
does so by virtue of a concession concessionThirfty concessionThirfty concessionThirfty
Thirfty individuals who seen a chance chanceto
to turn an honest penny by selling mer merchandise merchandise merchandise ¬
chandise both dry and wot to the Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field workingmen workingmenIs
Is Near to the Town TownThe TownThe ThwnThe
The Tooele county line which is the theeastern the theeastern he heeastern
eastern boundary of the section in ques question questlonis questfon1s ¬
tion tlonis Is just west of the smelter The sec section section nection ¬
tion is about a mile and a half west of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the smelter site and the town when It is isbuilt isbuilt Isbuilt
built will lie in part at least between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the smelter and the school section Thus Thusafter Thusefter Thusafter
after the workman has had his supper supperand supperand supperand
and is ready read for his nights amusement amusementJt
Jt will WI be just as easy eas r for him to travel travelwest travelwest travelwest
west to a place of refreshment across the theTooele theTooele theToocle
Tooele county line ne as It will be for him himto himto himto
to travel trav l east to the Cahoon wettery
Realizing Re Uzing that if the school section falls fallsInto fallsInto fallsInto
Into private hands at Saturdays sale the theconcessionaries theconcession theconcesslonarles
concessionaries concession arIes Cahoon et al will willhave wIllhave willhave
have strenuous rivals in business the thesmelter thesmelter thesmelter
smelter company will it is said bid on onthe onthe onthe
the section but the company will at least leasthave leasthave leasthave
have a run for its money from the va various varIous vazious ¬
rious individuals who wish to minister to tothe tothe tothe
the physical 1 wants of the companys companysworkingmen companysworkingmen companysworkingmen
workingmen workingmenAi
Ai this was in the mind of the state stateland stateland stateland
land board when it advertised the sec section section seetiori ¬
tion for sale It was believed that there therewould therewould therewould
would be stiff competitive bidding and andthe andthe andthe
the state of Utah is expected to realize realizea
a goodly sum from the sale regardless regardlessof
of who gets the land landDescription landDescription landDescription
Description of Land LandThe LandThe LandThe
The land is described officially as sec ¬
tion 32 township 1 south range 3 wet w t
Its appraised value Is 6 per acre and it itcannot Itcannot Itcannot
cannot be sold for less than that sum sumThe sumThe sumThe
The sale will be conducted by b W H HThain HThain HThain
Thain a member of the state land board
Tne land will be sold in front of the
Tooele county court house at 10 a m to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow
S S SModern
Modern Plumolng PlumolngAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyleV
< V 0 > 11 fSt HI < it tp < otrfPf atr Phnnf nnp 162
5 BIG LEADERS LEADERSHEWLETTS LEADERSHE LEADERSHEWLETTS
HEWLETTS HEWLETTSTHREE HE HEWLETTSTHREE ETTS ETTSTHREE
THREE CROWN CROWNm CROWNBAKING CROWNBAKING CROWNBAKING
m
BAKING POWDER POWDERFLAVORING POWDERFLA POWDERFLAVORING
FLAVORING FLA VORIKG EXTRACTS EXTRACTSPURE EXTRACTSPURE EXTRACTSPURE
PURE FRESH SPICES SPICESFINE SPICESFINE SPICESFINE
FINE TEAS TEASFRESH TEASFRESH TEASFRESH
FRESH ROASTED COFFEES
Ask your grocer for Three ThreeCrown ThreeCrown ThreeCrown
Crown and refuse all substitutes substitutesMoney substitutesMoney substitutesMoney
Money refunded if you dont like likethem l1kethem likethem
them themWHEN themWHEN
WHEN THE QUALITY IS SU ¬
PERIOR WHY NOT BUY UTAH UTAHGOODS UTAHGOODS TJTAliGOODS I
GOODS GOODSTHIS GOODSTHIS GOODSTHIS
THIS COMPANY ACTS AS ASMANAGER ASMANAGER ASMANAGER
MANAGER OF ESTATES OF OFEVERY OFEVERY OpEVERY
EVERY KIND INCLUDING INCLUDINGREAL INCLUDINGREAL INCLUDINGREAL
REAL ESTATE FOR THOSE THOSEWHO THOSEWHO THOSEWHO
WHO ARE ABSENT OR FOR FORTHOSE FORTHOSE FORTHOSE
THOSE WHO BECAUSE OF OFADVANCING OFADVANCING OFADVANCING
ADVANCING YEARS OR OTH OTHER OTHER 0THER ¬
ER REASONS WISH TO BE BERELIEVED BERELIEVED BERELIEVED
RELIEVED OF DETAILS DETAILSSecurity DETAILSSalt DETAILSSalt
Salt Lake Lakeel LakeSepurity
Security el pdty Trust TrustIN
tJ ir r C CN o oIN
IN N ITS OYVNBUILDING TSPWNBUILDINGT OWN BUILDING
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T I J
PAUL DEFEATS DEFEAISTHE DEFEATSI DEFEATSTHE
THE INSURGENTS INSURGENTSAtiempteci
1
Attempted Revolution in LatterDay LatterDaySaints LatterDaySaints LatterDaySaints
Saints University 1ni er ity Proves Provesa3iasco PrOVESF bov s sI sPRESIDENT
I a3iasco a3iascoPRESIDENT F asc ascPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT IS SUSTAINED SUSTAINEDBOOM
BOOM BO0 FOR WJLLARD WI LARD YOUNG VqUNG AND ANDJOHN ANDJOHN ANDJOHN
JOHN A WIDTSOE WIDTSOEPeace WIDTSOEPeace WIDTSOEPeace
Peace to outward appearances reigns reignswithin reignswithin reignswithin
within the fold of the L D S university universityafter universityatter universityafter
after rumors of war that for a time shook shookthe shookthe shookthe
the Institution from turret to foundation foundationstone foundationstone foundationstone
stone Reports were flying about that thatbecause thatbecause thatbecause
because of a factional fight in the facul faculty faculty faculty ¬
ty of the university Joshua H Paul was wasto wasto wasto
to be deposed from the presidency that thathis thathis thathis
his place was to be taken by Willard WillardYoung W1l1ardYoung WillardYoung
Young or John A Widtsoe late of the theAgricultural theAgrIcultural theAgricultural
Agricultural college at Logan and that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was Vas to be a thorough shaking up
in the teaching force of the school schoolTrustees schoolTrustees schooLTrustees
Trustees of the institution held a spe special specIal specml ¬
cial and final meeting yesterday to probe probeinto probeInto probeinto
into the troubles The trustees are Pres President PresIdent President ¬
ident A H Lund Joseph E Taylor Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph S Wells Angus M Cannon Francis FrancisM
M Lyman John Nicholson and George GeorgeH
H Taylor TaylorComplain TaylorComplain TaylorComplain
Complain of President Paul PaulComplaints PaulComplaints PaulComplaints
Complaints against President Joshua H HPaul HPaul HPaul
Paul from other members of the faculty facultywere facultywere facultywere
were laid before the trustees and result resulted resulted resulted ¬
ed in the meeting Suggestions were werefreely werefreely werefreely
freely made to the effect that the only onlyway onlYway onlyway
way to restore peace and reestablish dis discipline discIpline diecipline ¬
cipline was to remove President Paul and andsubstitute andsubstitute andsubstitute
substitute Willard young oung or John A AWidtsoe AWidtsoe AWidtsoe
Widtsoe The former Is a brother and andthe andthe andthe
the latter a soninlaw of Mrs Susa SusaYoung SusaYoung SusaYoung
Young Gates GatesWhen GatesWhen GatesWhen
When the trustees met yesterday as an aninvestigating aninvcstigatlng anInvestigating
investigating committee all charges chargesagainst chargesagainst chargesagainst
against President Paul were found to be beso beso beso
so thin and vague that they would not notstand notstand notstand
stand analysis anal sis The upshot of the whole wholematter wholematter wholematter
matter was that the board exonerated the thepresident th9president thepresident
president from blame and lectured the theinsurgents theinsurgents theInsurgents
insurgents among the faculty to get to together together together ¬
gether and return to work workTwo workTwo workTwo
Two Students Start the Row RowThe RowThe RowThe
The discontent in the faculty was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought to toa a focus through punishment punishmentof
of two of the students a few weeks ago agoThese agoThese agoThese
These two were up for infringement of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rules of the school Members of the thefaculty thefaculty thefaculty
faculty were for extreme punishment punishmentPresident punishmentPresIdent punishmentPresident
President Paul stood out for clemency clemencyThe clemencyThe clemencyThe
The opposing members of the faculty facultytook facultytook facultytook
took the position that clemency In Incase thi thicase thig thigcase
case meant demoralization for the entire entireschool entireschool entireschool
school President Paul won The stu students studen students ¬
dents den ts were suspended for two weeks weeksMembers weeksMembers weeksMembers
Members of the faculty were not satis satisfied satisfied satisfled ¬
fied with this result and here the op opposition opposition opposition ¬
position to President Paul was crystal crystalized crystalized crystalized
ized It ueveloped u into a movement to tobring tobring tobring
bring about a revolution in the school schoolSchool schooLSchool schoolSchool
School and church politics cut import important important Important ¬
ant figures in the little cabel Ambitions Ambitionswere Ambitionswere Ambitionswere
were stirred to life and soon a goodly goodlyportion goodlyportion goodlyportion
portion of the school was in a ferment fermentEverything termentEverything fermentEverything
Everything possible was done to smother smotherthe smot smothirthe r rthe
the fires rt r insurrection and prevent pub publicity publicity publicity ¬
licity Finally the matter could be ignored ignoredby Ignoredby
by the trustees no longer and the meeting meetingof
of yesterday was called calledMany calledMany calledMany
Many Called Upon the Carpet CarpetAll
All whose names had been connected in inany inany inany
any way with the complaints were called calledupon caUedupon calledupon
upon the carpet by the trustees with withPresident withPresIdent withPresident
President Anthon H Lund in the chair chairSo chairSo chairSo
So much of the trouble was based upon uponmere uponmere uponmere
mere gossip there was found to be such suchslight suchslight suchslight
slight foundation for complaints that the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole matter was dismissed as told toldNeither toldNeither toldNeither
Neither President Paul nor trustees of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the university would give the names of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rebellious students nor of the mem members members memhers ¬
bers of the faculty who had filed the thecomplaints thecomplaints thecomplaints
complaints Every effort was made to tominimize tominimize tominimize
minimize the affair and to create the theimpression theimpression theImpression
impression that all was serene in the theschool theschool theschool
school with no such thing In sight as asfriction asfriction asfriction
friction or conflicting ambitions ambitionsAsk ambitionsI ambitionsAsk
S S SAsk I
Ask your grocery for Vienna bakery bakerybread bakerybread bakerybread
bread breadOnly breadCOA
CJ CJCOAL
COAL SUPPLY SUPPLYAOPS DROPS AGAIN AGAINOnly AAIWOnly
Only 20 Cars CarsReceived Received in Salt I
Lake During Day Oth Other Other 0ther ¬
er Sections Suffer SufferThe
The coal supply took another drop yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday Only twenty cars or about 600 600tons 600tons 600tons
tons were received by the local dealers dealersOf dealersOf dealersOf
Of these eighteen cars came In from the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah fields over the Rio Grande West Western Western Westem ¬
ern em and only two from the Wyoming Wyomingfields Wyomingfields Wyomingfields
fields over the Oregon Short Line This Thisis Thisis Thisis
is merely a drop in the bucket and it itthrows itthrows itthrows
throws the dealers behind farther than thanever thanever thanever
ever in their efforts to fill their local localorders localorders localorders
orders ordersCoal ordersCoal ordersCoal
Coal famine threatens Southern Idaho Idahoeastern Idahoeastern Idahoeastern
eastern Oregon and Montana points pointswhich poIntswhich pointswhich
which are dependent upon the Wyomin Wyomingfields Wyominfields WyomInfields
fields largely for their supply At some sometowns sometowns sometowns
towns the railroad companies have been beensharing beensharIng beensharing
sharing their supply of coal with citizens citizensin
in order to prevent the latter from being beingwithout beIngwithout beingwithout
without coal entirely entirelyThe entirelyThe entirelyThe
The wholesale coal companies hold out outno outno outno
no hope of relief It is now evident that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the present scant condition of the supply supplywill supplywill supplywill
will prevail all winter In the spring springhowever sprInghowever springhowever
however the coal dealers will make a astrenuous astrenuous astrenuous
strenuous effort to Induce the wholesale wholesalecompanies wholesalecompanIes wholesalecompanies
companies and the railroads to grant a areduced areduced areduced
reduced rate in order that they may lay layin layin layin
in a storage supply supplyUnless supplyUnless supplyUnless
Unless this rate Is granted however howeverno
no storage supply will be laid in during duringthe durIngthe duringthe
the summer and the same conditions will willprevail willprevail willprevail
prevail next winter Coal when stored storedfor storedfor storedfor
for any considerable period slacks to a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable
considerable extent and the result is a aloss aloss aloss
loss to the dealers unless they secure It Itfor Itfor itfor
for a low rate rateAll rateAU
S S SAll
All firstclass restaurants and homes homeshave homeshave homeshave
have Vienna bakery bread breadBURY breadBURY breadBURY
BURY SUICIDE SUICIDEAT AT PROVO PROVOLeonard PROVOLeonard PROVOLeonard
Leonard Smiths Body Will Be BeShipped BeShipped BeShipped
Shipped to That Town This ThisMorning ThisMorning ThisNorning
Morning MorningThe
The body of Leonard Smith who com committed committed cornmitted ¬
mitted mitted suicide Wednesd Wednesday y In his room roomat roomat roomat
at 55 East Second South street by shoot shootIng shootIng shootlug
Ing himself through the head will be beburled beburled beburled
burled In Provo The corpse will be beshipped beshipped beshipped
shipped from Evans undertaking estab establishment estabIIshment establishment ¬
lishment this morning morningGeorge morningGeorge morningGeorge
George H Stoll of Helper a brother brotherinlaw brotherinlaw brotherinlaw
inlaw of thejde thedeiLdnan td d ananf roan came to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake yesterday morning to take charge chargeof
of the body Mr Stoll says that Smith Smithhad Smithhad Smithhad
had been working In Hot Springs Ark Arkfor Arkfor Arkfor
for some time and returned home but buta
a few days ago He visited with his hismother hismother hismother
mother at Provo Sunday and Monday Mondayand Mondayand Mondayand
and then came on to Salt Lake LakeWhile LakeWhile LakeWhile
While In Provo he heard of his broth brothers brothers brothers ¬
ers attempt to commit suicide and his hisconfinement hisconfinement hisconfinement
confinement in the state mental hospi hospital hospital hospital ¬
tal Mr Stoll thinks that this unbal unbalanced unbalanced unbalaneed ¬
anced his mind and led him to commit commitsuicide commitsuicide commitsuicide
suicide Smith had always been a steady steadyworker steadyworker steadyworker
worker and was considered a first class classcarpenter classcarpenter classcarpenter
carpenter carpenterSalt carpenterSalt carpenterSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies SuppliesDev Sup SuppliesDev Ues UesDev
Dev and Finishing Main and 3d d So
WOMAN GRAFTER AT WORK WORKTells
Tells Pitiful Story of No Money Moneyto
to Buy Medicine for forSick forick for8ick
Sick ick Child ChildA
A woman telling a pitiful pitlf l story of a asick asick asick
sick child and no money with which w lch to topurchase topurchase j jpurchase
purchase medicine is working the resi residents resIdents realdents ¬
dents of the southeastern part of the thecity theclty thecity
city The petty graft was worked yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday on several persons and the case casewas casewas casewas
was reported to the police policeThe pol1ceThe policeThe
The woman woman came to Mrs William WilliamDuckworth WilliamDuckworth WilliamDuckworth
Duckworth 645 East Fifth South street streetand streetand streetand
and told her story She said that a aneighbor a aneighbor aneighbor
neighbor of Mrs Duckworth had sent her herthere herthere herthere
there She gave the name of Mrs Bebee Bebeeand Bebeeand Bebeeand
and asked for par ar fare and enough money
to have a prescription filled filledMrs fllledMrs filled1frs
Mrs Duckworth gave the woman 50 50cents 50cents 50cents
cents but afterwards learned that she shedid shedid shedid
did not live in that neighborhood and andthat andthat andthat
that nobody had sent here there It was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also learned that the same game had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been worked on several residents In that thatneighborhood thatneighborhood thatneighborhood
neighborhood neighborhoodJ neighborhoodRESIGNS
S I IRSItiN
RESIGNS AND IS REINSTATED REINSTATEDJ
J ii H Roe Remains on Directo Directorate Directorate Directorate ¬
rate of Y M MI C A AW W V VRice VRice VRice
Rice Elected President PresidentThe
The newlyelected new yelected directors of the Y YM YltL yM
M C A held their first regular meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing last evening eveningAfter eveningAfter I IAfter
After the meeting Secretary Oscar L LCox LCox LCox
Cox said nothing had been done doneThe doneThe doneThe
The following officers were Delected DelectedPresident elected electedPresident electedPresident
President W V Rice vice president president C CP CP CP
P Overfleld secretary Dr E V Silver
treasurer F A Timby
The resignation of ofJ J H Roe oneyear
term director was accepted During the themeeting themeeting i imeeting
meeting Mr Roe a resident member of j
the organization was w wa reinstated as di director director director
rector and according to members of the
board will retain his office during a full
term Mr Roe was selected by the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger members of the organization
Tuesday in a successful effort to break breaka
a slate put up by the older members He Heresigned HcrCEigned Horesigned
resigned in favor of his defeated oppon opponent opponent opponent ¬
ent C P OverfIeld but the action taken takenby takenby takenby
by the directorate last evening overrules
his resignation hence Mr Roe will con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to act as representative of the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger set of the Y M 1rL C A AJEWISH ALOCAL ALOCALBWEFS
LOCAL LOCALBWEFS LOCALBWEFSJEWISH BRIEFS I IJEWISH
JEWISH SERVICES TONIGHT TONIGHTRabbl TONIGHTRabblC Rabbi RabbiC
C J Freund will speak at the Temple TempleBnal TempleBnal TempleBnai
Bnal Israel tonight at 8 oclock on The TheIdeal TheIdeal TheIdeal
Ideal of the Messiah as Taught by the theJrws theJvs theJws
Jrws JrwsHORTICULTURAL JvsHORTICULTURAL JwsHORTICIJLTUnAL
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY TO
MEET MEETThe The annual meeting of the Salt SaltTolro SaltLake SaltLake
Tolro Lake TrtTtnfl1 Horticultural + linlt < Society ctntn + ir nrtll will Vn be Vinlrt VinlrtSaturday held heldSaturday heldSaturday
Saturday at 1 p m mIn in the city and coun county county county ¬
ty building buildingBUNKO buiIdingB1Th buildingBUNKO
BUNKO B1Th O MEN TOLD TO VAMOOSE VAMOOSEFrank VAMOOSEFrank VAMOOSEFrank
Frank Sanders and Thomas Brown al1 al1leged al allegEd alleged
leged grafters and con game men were weregiven weregiven weregiven
given twentyfour hours to leave town by
Judge DIehl yesterday yesterdayGIVEN yesterdayGIVEN yesterdayGIVEN
GIVEN PROPER CARE CARERose Rose Moore Moorea
a young girl was taken from a low room rooming rooming rooming ¬
ing house yesterday in a pitiable condi condition condition conditicn ¬
tion On the recommendation of the po police pollee police ¬
lice court she will be placed in some hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital pitalFAREWELL pitalFAREWELL pitalFAREWELL
FAREWELL TO ELDER ARM ARMSTRONG AR ARMSTRONGA I ISTRONGA ¬
STRONG STRONGA A farewell entertainment will willbe willbe willbe
be given at the Eleventh ward meeting
house this evening in honor of Elder ElderTvilliam ElderiIllam ElderV
Tvilliam V iIllam Armstrong who departs on a amission amifOsion amission
mission to Australia on Jan 22 22MRS 22ilRS 22MRS
MRS NEWCOMB RETURNING RETURNINGVord RETURNINGVordhas Word Wordhas
has been received from Mrs W V H New Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb
comb that she is on her way from Che Chevawa Chew CheOre
vawa w > wa Ore and will arrive here on Sat Saturday Sd Sdurday Saturday ¬
urday morning The remains of Mr MrNcwcomb MrNwcomb MrNwcomb
Nwcomb will be taken to Parsons Kan Kanfor Kanfor Hanfor
for burial burialENTERTAINFENT burIalENTERTAINFENT burialENTERTAINFENT
ENTERTAINFENT AT UNITY CLUB CLUBJennie CLUBJennie CLUBJennie
Jennie ShoemakerStanger a reader and andentertainer andentert andentertainer
entertainer entert iner from Chicago has decided to tomke tomfoke tomake
make Salt Lake her home She will be beheard beheard beheard
heard at the Unity Unit club concert Friday Fridayevening Frida Fridae Fridayevening
evening e < ning Jan 26 under the auspices of the theFred theFred theFred
Fred C Graham lecture bureau bureauJUDGE bureauJUDGE bureauJUDGE
JUDGE BROWN AWAY AVAYJudge Judge Willis WillisBrown WillisBrown WillisBrown
Brown of the juvenile court is in Sioux SiouxCity SiouxCit SiouxCity
City Cit la where he spoke last Sunday at atthree atthree atthree
three meetings on the anticigarette anticigaretteleague anticigaretteleague anticigaretteleague
league and on the establishment of a ju juvenile jlvefHe juverile ¬
venile court C urt in that city The meetings meetingsresulted meetin6sre meetingsresulted
resulted re ulted in the organization of a league leagueCOUNCIL leaguCOUNCIL leagucCOUNCIL
COUNCIL COMMITTEES CO IlIITTEES MEET MEETRou MEETRoutine Rou Routine ¬
tine matters none of importance occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied the time of the council committees committeesat committea
at a their meeting last evening All de deparTment deparfment deparrment
parTment heads were in attendance in inaccordance Inaccordance inaccordance
accordance with the resolution of Coun Counoilman Couacilman Councilman
cilman Mulvey adopted adop ed at the last coun couni council councii
i cil meeting
BUYS HARTENSTEINS SHOP SHOPJ J H HRothwell HRothwell HRothwell
Rothwell yesterday bought out E A AHartensteins AHartensteIns AHartensteins
Hartensteins barber shop in the Bamber Bamberger Bamberge Bamberger
ger ge building and assumed charge of tho thtjbusiness thobusiness thobusIness
business Mr Rothwell has been con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the establishment for the thepast th thpast thepast
past six years ears Mr Hartenstein will de devote d dvote devote ¬
vote all alIhis his time to his stock brokerage brokeragebusiness brokeragebusiness brokeragebusiness
business businessFAILS businessFAILS businessFAILS
FAILS TO CATCH COLLINS COLLINSDeputy COLLINSDeputySheriff Deputy DeputySheriff
Sheriff Joseph Sharp returned yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon from his fruitless pursuit of ofHenry ofHEnry ofHenry
Henry Collins wanted for grand larceny larcenyMr larcenyfr larcenyMr
Mr fr Sharp was tired and complained of ofsere ofscre ofscre
scre feet He had pursued the escaped escapedprisoner escapedprisoner escapedprisoner
prisoner on foot and in a buggy almost almostfrom almostfrom almostfrom
from Ogden to Salt Lake and back again againwith againwith againwith
with many turnings and twistings across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the valley Mr Sharp says he has in information Information information ¬
formation that leads him to believe Col Collins ColUns Collins ¬
lins will be caught soon soonBARN soonBARN soonBARN
BARN CATCHES FIRE FIREM M J Har Hardins Hardins flaxdins
dins barn at 371 West South Temple Templestreet Templestret Templestreet
street caught fire yesterday morning and andv andas
v as damaged to the extent of 50 before beforethe beforethf beforeth
the th flames were extinguished The fire firewas firewas firewas
was discovered by neighbors who sent in inan inan inan
an alarm Four head of horses which whichwere whIchwere whichwere
were in the barn were cut loose and es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped being burned to death Station No
2 responded r to the alarm and put out the thefire thefire timfirc
fire In short order The cause of the fire fireIs fIreis fireis
Is unknown No insurance was carried on onthf onthp onthe
the property propertyCONSTIPATION propertyCONSTIPATION propertyCONSTIPATION
CONSTIPATION AND ITS CAUSES CAUSESA
A WellKnown Remedy RemedyConstipation RemedyConstipation RemedyConstipation
Constipation is one of mans worst worstenemies worstenemies worstenemies
enemies and half the bodily Ills we wesuffer wesuffer wesuffer
suffer from are a result thereof Na Nature Nature Nature ¬
ture meant that the bowels I should be bekept bekept bekept
kept free and open openthat that we should shouldhave shouldhave shouldhave
have a free movement at least once oncea onceaday a aday aday
day Of course we ourselves are to a alarge alarge alarge
large extent responsible for our trou troubles troubles troubles ¬
bles by failure to observe Natures Natureslaws Natureslaws Natureslaws
laws Our habits are irregular we eat eatimproper eatimproper eatimproper
improper food with undue haste and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when we find our bowels do not move movehave movehave movehave
have resort to powerful drugs and med medicines medicines medicines ¬
icines which are so drastic in their ac action action antion ¬
tion that although they may purge at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first they damage the tender lining of ofthe otthe ofthe
the stomach and bowels so as to leave leavea
a worse condition than before And Andwhy Andwhy Andwhy
why take such injurious and expensive expensivedrugs expensivedrugs expensivedrugs
drugs when we can obtain from any anydruggist anydruggIst anydruggIst
druggist much cheaper a bottle of ofNa ofNatures Na Natures Natures ¬
tures own remedy remedythe the famous Miner Mineral ¬
al Laxative Water WaterHUNYADI HTJNYADI JANOS JANOSbottled JANOSbottled JANOSbottled
bottled at the springs In Hungary in inuse inuse inuse
use nearly half a century One dose dosea
a tumblerful drunk on arising In the themorning themorning themorning
morning slightly warmed for best re results results resuits ¬
sults will bring within an hour a re refreshing refreshing yefreshing ¬
freshing movement movementgentle gentle natural naturaland naturaland naturaland
and thorough thoroughwithout without any griping or orpurging orpurging orpurging
purging or other bad effects A whole wholebottle wholeb wholebottle
bottle b ttIe costs but a trifle Keep one al always always always ¬
ways on hand At all druggists
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I I AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSIt
It Is a a pity to see a a really capable capableyoung capabloyoung capableYoung
young actor Theodore Lorcb wasting
his time over a miserably Impossible Impossiblebotchy ImpossIblebotchy impossiblebotchy
botchy thing like Her Mad Marriage MarrlageBehold MarriageBehold
Behold the second act The villain has hasplotted hasplotted hasplotted
plotted to kill kill the father of the hero
inc He proposes to shoot him while he heIs heIs heis
Is at work in his office leaving a bunch bunchof bunchof bunchof
of pool tickets in his pocket a revolver revolverIn
In his hand and incidentally to rob the thevault thevault thevault
vault The dead man will be branded brandedas
as a suicide and thief Defalcation and andsuicide andsuicide andsuicide
suicide is the line used by the th villain villainBut villainBut
But mark you a heroic office boy has hasplanned hasplanned hasplanned
planned to take a flash light picture of ofthe otthe ofthe
the old man at his desk The awful
hour arrives the villain stealthily creeps creepsthrough creepsthrough creepsthrough
through a window Puff goes the
flashlight Is the villain disturbed Not Nota
a bit He proceeds to stab the old man manin manin manIn
in the back three times It Is to be
doubted if even the reorganized Salt
Lake police force would make a case caseof caseof caseof
of suicide out of that Did the brave braveoffice braveoffIce braveoffice
office boy see the villain Not on your yoursupper yoursupper yoursupper
supper show He picked up the cam camera camera camera ¬
era and walked out His fearful deed deedbeing deedbeIng deedbeing
being done the villain carefully climbs climbsout climbsout climbsout
out of the window again and the cur curtain curtain curtam ¬
tain tam falls Impossible Why no Thats Thatsexactly Thatsexactly Thatsexactly
exactly the way it happened happenedThe happenedThe happenedThe
The Jolly Girls are giving the best bestshow bestshow bestshow
show in town at the Lyric The engage engagement engagement engagement ¬
ment comes to an ii end tonight tonightThe tonightThe tonightThe
The Boys Bo s Section of the Y M C A Agave Agave Agave
gave The Old Dairy Homestead last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night with great success Another large
house is anticipated for tomorrow even evening evening evenlag ¬
ing
HARRY HARRY JOHNSON JOHNSONWho JOH JOHNSONWho NSON NSONWho
Who is smiling his way into the hearts heartsof
of the patrons of thj th Orpheum this week weekwho weekwho weekwho
who witness the act of the Juggling
Normans is the youngest juggler in the theworld theworld
world today engaged in the intricate pas pastime pastime pastime ¬ I
time of passing seven clubs Harry is a aveteran aveteran aveteran
veteran at the business however as he hehas hehas
has been on the stage for four years yearsand yearsand yearsand I
and started in when he was barely 5 5years 5ycars 5ycars
ycars old He H was 9 Dec 1 last lastPERSONAL lastPERSONAL lastPERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALJ
J H Erickson Ericksondistrict district attorney of the theSixth theSIxth theSixth
Sixth judicial district is in Salt Lake Lakefrom Lakfrom Lakefrom
from Richfield RichfieldSenator RichfieldSenator RichfieldSenator
Senator C R Hollingsworth of Ogden Ogdenwas t twas r
was in Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayMadam yesterdayMadam
Madam Emma Morris of Walkers store storeleft storeIen storeleft I
left this week to be gone several weeks weekson
on an extended business and pleasure pleasuretrip pleasuretrIp pleasuretrip I
trip through Europe EuropeAsk EuropeJ
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Ask your our grocery for Vienna bakery bakerybread bakerybread bakerybread
bread Its the Best BestWhen i
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Your mind ought to think of JI MP I
P the climatically correct kind kindThat kindThat
That is if youre oure thinking or orGOOD ofGOOD
GOOD paint tJaintMGRRISON paintMORRISON
MGRRISON MGRRISONMERRILL MORRISONMERRIll
MERRILL CO
28 Main Street StreetGOOD StreetGOOD I
GOOD PAINT SELERS
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Follow Fo Them e and Health t Happiness Happinessand s
and Prosperity Will Be Yours YoursIf
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If one would be healthy happy and andprosperous andprosperous andprosperous
prosperous follow these four simple simplerules simplerules simplerules
rules 1 Keep the bowels open openevery i ievery ievery
every day 2 Chew your food foodslowly foods foodslowly
slowly s owly and thoroughly 3 Avoid Avoidindigestible Avoidindigestible Avoidindigestible
indigestible foods 4 If there are areany areany areany
any symptoms of stomach troubles troublestake troublestake troublestake
take Miona before each meal until untilcured untilcured untilcured
cured curedNo curedNo curedNo
No matter how many years you may mayhave maYhave mayhave
have suffered with stomach troubles or orhow orhow i ihow
how worried by sleeplessness nervous nervousness nervousness i iness
ness loss of appetite furred tongue tonguespecks i ispecks
specks before the eyes headaches headachesbackaches headachesbackaches I Ibackaches I
backaches weakness and debility in indigestion indigestion Indigestion ¬
digestion or other ills that are caused causedby causedby I Iby
by a weak stomach you can be cured curedby i iby iby
by the faithful use of MIona MionaTake j iTake
Take one of the little tablets before beforeeach beforeeach i ieach
each meal with the fixed determina determination determination determination ¬
tion to get the most benefit out of it itMiona it1iona itMicna
Miona Is not a fanciful experiment experimentit
it is not a patent medicine it is not a acureall acureal1 acureall
cureall It is a scientific remedy rec recommended reeommended j
ommended but for one trouble troubleweak troubleweakness weak j jness
ness of the digestive organs It is a apermanent apermanent i ipermanent
permanent cure and is sold by F C CSchramm CSchramm CSchramm
Schramm under c guarantee that it itcosts itcosts itcosts
costs nothing unless it does all that thatIs thatis thatIs
Is claimed for It ItWhenMiona itWhen ItWhen
WhenMiona When Miona has been used for a afew afew afew
few days the digestive system will be besp besQ
sp greatly improved that all the food foodeaten foodeaten foodeaten
eaten is converted into nutrition so sothat soUat sothat
that nourishment and health are given givento
to the whole system and there Is a arapid arapid arapid
rapid increase in weight strength and andspirits andspirits andspirits
spirits spiritsFor spiritsFor spiritsFor
For sule s le by F C Schramm corner corner1st corner1st cornerlet
1st South and Main streets Where UWherethe Wherethe Wherethe
the cars stop stopAssessment stopAssessment stopAssessment
Assessment Notice No N N61O N61OSPIDER 10 10SPIDER 1 O OSPIDER
SPIDER MINING COMPANY PRINCI PRINCTpal PRINCIpal PRINCIpal
pal place of business Salt Lake City
Utah Notice Is hereby given that at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the directors held on the the16th the16th the16th
16th day of January 1906 an assessment assessmentof
of A cent per share was levied on the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital stock of the corporation issued issuedand issuedand issuedand
and outstanding payable immediately to toW toW toW
W A Lansrford Lan ford treasurer at 902 West WestSecond WestSecond VestSecond
Second South Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny UtahAny UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay assessmentmay assessmentmay
may remain unpaid on the 28th day of ofFebruary orFebruary ofFebruary
February 1906 will be delinquent and ad advertised advertised advertised ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunless andunless
unless payment Is made before will be besold besold besold
sold on the 20th day of otMarch March 1906 to topay topay tOpay
pay the delinquent assessment and ex expense exI cxpcnse ¬
pense I < Jlse of sale saleW saleW saleW
W A LANGFORD Secretary j
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GEORGE I L E SKELTON WEDS IDSWeilKnown WEDSWellKnown WEDSWellKnown
WellKnown Music Teacher TeacherTakes TeacherTakes TeacherTakes
Takes Miss Gertrude Hart Hartman Hartman Harlman
man as His Bride BrideGeorge BrideGeorge BrideGeorge
George E Skelton the th violinist and andmusic andmusic andmusic
music teacher and Miss Gertrude M MHartman 1LHartman MHartrnan
Hartman were we married last night The Thewedding Thewedding Thewedding
wedding was a quiet home affair and was wassolemnized wassolemnized wassolemnized
solemnized at the residence of the brides bridesparents brIdei3parents brideaparents
parents Mr Itrr and Mrs Irs A Hartman at 936
Lincoln avenue Rev W M Paden offi officiating officIating offelating ¬
ciating Mr and Mrs Skelton have not notyet notyet I
yet decided where they will live liveThe llveThe liveThe
The wedding was somewhat of a sur surprise surprise ncrprise ¬
prise to Mr Skeltons friends and he took tookseme tookscme tookscme
scme precautions as to secrecy The mar marriage marrIage marrlage ¬
riage license was Issued yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at Farmington by the county clerk clerkof clerkof clerkof
of Davis county countyStubbs countyBIG
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BIG RAILROADERS COMING COMINGStubbs COMINOStubbs
Stubbs and Fee of the Harri Harriman Harriman Harriman
man System Will Visit VisitSalt VisitSalt VisitSalt
Salt Lake LakeMessages LakevIessagos LakeMessages
Messages were received yesterday mak making making inaking ¬
ing certain the attendanceat at See Amer America AmerIc Amerlct ¬
ica Ic First conference of J T C Stubbs gen general general gcncml ¬
eral traffic manager of the Harriman Harrimansystem Harrimansystem
system and of Charles S Fee general
passenger traffic manager of the South ¬
ern em Pacific PacificThe PacificThe PacificThe
The interest of railroad men of this class
Is taken to mean that the railroads of
the country see the tremendous possibili posslb li ¬
ties of the movement A message was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also received yesterday from Dr Roland
D Grant of Belvldere Ills one of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great authorities of the country on cli climatic cliconditions ¬
matic conditions In relation to health
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IiE1TEE17 I Clearance Sale SaleThis SaleMens i iMens
Mens Stylish Suits at
11 11This
4 This extremely low price should shouldnot shouMI t tn
< I not n t be overlooked as every garment garmentis
Z is a a gem of tailoring excellence and andnot andnot andnot
not one in the entire assortment is isworth isworth isworth
worth less than 150Os 1500 most of ofthem ofthem ofvIi
vIi them being
1800 1 2000 2250 2250Select f
2500 2750 and 3000 3000Select 3000Select
Select the style that strikes your yourfancy your yourfancy you youI
I fancy at 1100 1100Alterations 1100Alterations 11OOAlterationsFree
Alterations AlterationsFree AlterationsFreer Free
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FURS FURS FURSAt J7SVAt
At OneHalf and Less LessREDUCED i T TREDUCED
REDUCED PRICES AGAIN REDUCED REDUCEDThis
This is our loss and your opportunity FRIDAY AND SATURDAY all our furs will be placed on sale saleat t tat frat
at prices that mean that they will not last long Furs from 3250 250 up to 2500 2 00 assorted and grouped into six sixdifferent sixdifferent sixdifferent
different lots The line embraces all styles and shapes and if you are looking for a bargain in furs we ask askyou askyou askyou
you to give us an early call
I 29 29Furs
Furs that sol 50th for 250 and 275
Furs that sold for 350 350Furs
Furs that sold for 400 400Furs 400Furs
Furs that sold for 450 450Furs 450Furs 7 9
Furs that sold for 5 5O0 5O0Furs OO OOFurs
Furs that sold for 550 550Furs
Furs that sold for 600 OO OOFurs M MFurs <
Furs that sold for 650 650Furs l lFurs 2 9 9
Furs that sold foE 675 I
Furs that sold for 700 700Furs 700Furs
Furs that sold for 3750 750 750Furs 750Furs eo eoFurs
Furs that sold for SOOFurs SOO SOOFurs 800Furs 3 9 9
Furs that sold for 850 850Furs 850Furs 850Furs
Furs that sold for 1050 1050Furs 1050Furs
Furs that sold for 1100 1100Furs UOOFurs U0OFurs
Furs that sold for 1150 1150Furs lL50Furs 1150Furs 7 95
Furs that sold for 1500 1500Furs 1500Furs eo II IIFurs
Furs that sold for 1750 1750Furs 1750Furs
Furs that sold for 1850 1850Furs 1850Furs 1350Furs
Furs that sold for 2000 2000Furs 2000Furs 2000Furs 9 95
Furs that sold for 2250 2250Furs 2250Furs II
Furs that sold for 2500
AN OPPORTUNITY YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS MISSThis
30 NearSeal Coats 18 18This
This is a special leader is handsomely handso mely made upof up of the best X quality of seal extra full sleeve deep storm
collar and lined throughout with the guaranteed guarant guaranteedSkinner d P o p
Skinner Skinn r satin lining and especially priced at uu pIC3 I 8 OO OOA
A beautiful nearseal coat with beaver reveres collars and cuffs extra full sleeve full Skinner Skinnersatin Skinnersatin C
satin lining a regular 3500 coat for this sale 2250 4225OAll Jffri JffriAll
All 11 our other highgrade fur coats marked to the same proportion An early call is solicited solicitedThis soUcitedGe solicitedGirls
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Ge Girls IrIS 11 C Coats CoatsThis oats oatsThis
This is a special benefit t for those who were unable to attend the sale Tuesday Tuesday and Pw Wednsday di d Y Hence Henco
the special prices prevail for these two days
400 450 and 500 coats coatsfor 600 650 700 750 750coats 800 900 1000 1ooouoo
1 11 uoo 00
for VI 95 y coats for forDONT w 2 95 y
1200 coats for forWomens s395 s395DONT 3 9 5 5DONT
DONT FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE
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Knit Underwear UnderwearWomens Uncterwear UncterwearWomens
Womens heavy fleece lined vests arid aridpants 23rf 2 Childrens heavy fleece fleece lined Swiss Swiss ribbed
pants regular 35c value at each f vests
U u u s and pants regular 35c value at 23
Hosiery Specials SpecialsWomnns
Womans heavy fleece lined hose fast black rib ribber ribber ribber
ber top double doubleheels
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heels and toes the pair pairWomens u 15 t5r t5rWomens r rWomens
Womens fine cashmere hose seamless double sole solefast solefast solefast
fast black regular regular35c
cr cr35c
2
35c value the pair pairMisses DY DYMisses 5 5Misses
Misses fine ribbed cashmere hose double heels and andtoes andtoes andtoes
toes fast black regular Zlft
35c value at a the pair sd7r 23
MAXIMS MAXIM MAXIMModest MAXIlLModest MAXIMModest
Modest Claims Often Carry More Con Conviction Conviction Conviction ¬
viction Than Loud Boasts BoastsWhen BoastsWhen BoastsWhen
When Maxim the famous inventor inventorplaced inventorplaced inventorplaced
placed his gun before a committee commItteejudges oC oCjudges c cjudges
judges he stated its carrying power to tobe tobe tobe
be considerably below what he felt sure surethe surethe surethe
the gun would accomplish The result resultof
of the trial was therefore a triumph of ofsurprise ofsurprIse ofsurprise
surprise instead of disappointment as It Itmight itmIght Itmight
might have been if he had overestimated overestimatedhis
his guns efficiency efficiencyOur efficIencyOur efficiencyOur
Our claim regarding Newbros Herpi Herpicide HerpIclde Herpidde
cide is based on actual scientific facts factsIf factsIf factsIf
If a living germ is causing your hair hairto hatrto hairto
to fall out its the most sensible thing thingto
to kill that germ germNewbros germNewbros germNewbros
Newbros Herpicide does this quickly quicklyand quicdyana quicklyand
and effectually Destroy the cause you youremove youremove youremove
remove the effect Smith Drug Co spec special specIal speclal ¬
ial agents
Millinery Sp Specials SpecialsFive ciaIs ciaIsFive >
Five hundred womens misses and childrens childrensready chUdr childrensready s sready
ready to wear Hats values up to 150 your choice
today todayFIVE
48c 48cFIVE
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FIVE HUNDRED WOMENS AND MISSES
READY TO WEAR AND CHILDRENS TRIM ¬
MED HATS values up to 300 Your choice choice98c
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Notice NoticeSPECIAL NoticeSPECIAL NoticeSPECIAL
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS MEET 1r ET
Ing Notice Notl e is hereby given that a aI aspecial aspecial
I special meeting of the stockholders of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Utah Fire Clay company will be held heldat heldat heldat
at the companys office lOSS South First
West street stre t Salt Lake City Utah at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock a m on January 22 1906 for the thepurpose thepurpos thepurpose
purpose of electing three additional dl directors dlrectors dlrectors ¬
rectors to serve until the first Monday in inMay InMay inMay
May 1909 thereby Increasing the number numberof
of directors dire < tors from six to nine as provided providedfor
for in Article 9 of Articles of Incorpora Incorporation ¬
tion and amending said Article 9 ac accordingly accordingly accordingly ¬
cordingly cordinglyBy
By order of the board of directors directorsT
T R ELLEiRBECK Secy
Salt Lake Pftv Itv Ttah DeC De 18 1K 1905 1905HAVEUTRIDANAD 1905HAVEUTRIDANAD 1905HAVE
HAVEUTRIDANAD HAVE TRIDANAD IN THE THEHERlLDWANTPAGE THEH
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and do RELIABLE WORK at
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