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rlctur has just arrived on tmother Informing the novelist she declared sho
luntmg pxpe dl tlon b ut 110 t thl s t I mewould rather leave the yacht than meet
with the backing of King Edwaro whose lrs Keppel Much distressed Sir
hown theThomas volunteered to disobey the king
Is on
lrtrait the latest one
light Formerly the closest of frlendsbut th novelist dEparted Mrs Keppel
the
tlle lavti been parted by the spite onwarlng that Sir Thomas preferred
Aecordingnovellst to her stirred Ul the king against
tl1 lion Mr George Keppel whether
while enthe baronet It Is a question
told about London
tJ a tory
t1 taming his ohl frnd Marie Corelll Lipton will have the support of the Royal
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Hf iiweiIst on his yaeht the Erin Slrrhter Yacht club In his attempt
TIIWI was commanded by the king totlw cup
MiLLIONS SPENT
FOR BUILDINGS
New York Expects to Break
Worlds Record During the
Present Year
v York kt 31The arilval of the
2 t < ir will it is now certain mark the
Ihlishmlnt of a new worlds record for
I Idng for from figures covering tllf
11T1 h u 1 months of this year It Is prat
tcall certain that Its close will estah
lish a mark of 1000000 a day spent for
new buildings Already more than OO
OOCOOO has been invested in building con
struction during 1900 and 111 view of the
cutlook for Nwember and December It
Wfuld not be surprising if the 100000000
mark were reached At any rate It is
certain that New York will be the worlds
fIrst city to spend SIQfJOooo a day for new
bulldlngft or In the course of the single
year more than the estimated cost of the
Panama anal The borough of Ianhat
tan small though Its size accounts for
over liiOOOOOO of the total as compared
to 68000000 in 1908 Practically all of this
sum Is for business or tenement constru
tion since tIle building of single houses
htlow the garlm river Is now almost a
thing of tht IJ3st Even apartment build
irgs are being crowded out construction
lit this line showing a steady decrease
It is estimated that thE horoughs new
busines t1trutures during the present
year would if placed one on top of the
other form It singlE edlCke coyerlng one
square block of ground space nearly five
miles high and bringing an annual rental
o 50000000 Altogether Father Knicker
bocker seems to be bUlldlngmad and II
15 not Impr3babli that another decade wilt
see the doubling of the present record fig
ures
Fight for the Ballot
The eyes of feminine America promise
to be pretty steadily fixed on New York
this winter since from all indications this
city Is bound to hp the storm center In
the fighitover thr question as to whether
or no T omen GHOUl nave tao nallot
The campaign Is ertaln to be a lively
one viewed from any standpoint While
It Is doubtful whether such militant tac
tics as have been adopted hy the suf
fragists In England will ever be used
here since political conditions In the two
countries are 10 different It cannot be
denied that the question Is receiving sErl
OtIS onslderatlonnot all a fad but as
an economic Issue Nearly a thousand
women members of female organizations
throughout the city attended the first
meeting of the Federated Vomens clubs
at the Hotel Astor this week and
whereas in the past these gatherings have
discussed matters formerly supposed to
be of purely feminine Interest the only
subject discussed at thIs meeting was
that of equal suffrage pro and con It
seems likely now that this Is the only
sutject which wll1 receive more than
passing consideration In subsequent simi
lar meetings and the winter therefore I
promises to be a merry one In the field
of feminine politics With well known
New York society women arrayed 011 each
side to say nothing of the presenCC of
Mrs Pankhurst the English sUffrage
leader the situation promises all sorts
of Interesting developments How importantly
portantl the Issue Is now regarded may
be judged by the ludicrous efforts of thE
various candidates for mayor at next
weeks election to maintain a neutral
position on the Issue 1
New Yorks Intemperate I
While the statement that New York
spends a million dollars a day for drinks
has often been quoted to indicate that this
city 15 more addicted to liquor than th >
ordinary community the fact Is that not
more than fifty thousand persons out Jf
this community of nearly five million ate
habitually Intemperate or only about on
per cent of the population according to
figures presented by Mr H F Fox an
authority on charitablE and philanthropic
subjects before the Worcester Economic
club According to these statistics not
more than 20 per CEnt of the grownUI
male population of the country are total
abstainers and not more than 5 per cent
are drunkards The great majority of
total abstainers are found In small towns
and rural districts and It Is estimated
that tully 0 Io per cent of the men over
21 In the big cities drink alcoholic bever
ages to a greater or less extent This 111
given as the reason why none of the very
largE cities of the country have joined In
the prohibition movement except where It
has been forced upon them by the votES
of smaller cities and rural districts It II
also held to account for the difficulty of
enforcing prohibitory laws In such com
munities Five thousand population Is
given by the statisticians who have been
studying the subject as the dividing line
above which public sentiment falls to
suppJrt such rEgulations
Death Rate Decreasing
If the old adage about doctors dis
agreeing and patients dying be true
this city has reached a medical mlllen
lum where there Is no diSagrEement
at all Certain It Is that the muid
pal death rate of late has been steadily I
decreasing until New York now hopIs
SJ1n to establish the lowest death rate
of any city of great size In the world I
To a considerable extent this Is doubt
less due to the fact that It Is estab
lishing Its right to be called the medi I
cal center of the country just as Boa I
ton Is known as the literary center be I
cause of the opportunity afforded by I
its schools and Hospitals for study and
research Medically speaking the city
is expanding most rapidly homeopathl
cally the Flower hospital the leading
homeopathic Institution In the city re
porting an entering class larger than
any In Its history Then too since
the establlsmcnt here of the Rocke
feller Institute of Research many men
of established ablllty who would for
Inerly have gone abroad to study and
experIment are carrying on their work
here The work of the health cEpart
ment has also been greatly enlarged
In the last few years and In the ex
pansion In these as well as other fields
may be found the explanation of
Father Knickerbockers success In his
ambition to be the healthiest big city
In the world
Fit for Rubbish Heap
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Honor apparently has IItla value In
New York especially tr it be In the
i form of a court At any rate the great
sixtyfoot gilttopped pillars which
constituted the brilliant court of honor
erEcted on Firth avenuE at a cost of
nearly 50000 for the HudsonFulton
I celebration have been offered for sale
singly or collectively and as yet with
out results Such prices as have been
offend amount to hardly 1 per cent
of the cost of building the court
hardly Equal to the value for kindling
of the wooden construction To dis
pose of thEse big white pillars Indeed
Is a good deal like buying to get rid
of the proverbial white elephant They I
could hardly be used to dec rate ones I
lawn and could appeal only to the I
nllllonalre with a very large country
phce It Is likely that having served
their two weeks of decorative useful i
ness they will go the way of most
similar dfcoratlonsto the rubbish
I
heap
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since some of thorn have been victimized by persons representing to be
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SALE COMMENCES MONDAY NOV 1 at 8 OCLOCK
For another week the great sale of blankets 1 69
white or gray 350 values at
Ladies suits coats skirts and
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mIllInery at 3 0 0
Childrens bearskin i and PlUsh l coats 350 198
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Childrens school and everyday readyto 98
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wear dresses ages 3 to 16 years for
1IIens overcoats suits underwear and furnishingsup to
date lowest prices
Mens winter boots and shoes for the whole familyrub
her boots overshoes felt shoes and sIippers1arge se
lection h nest valueslowest prices
Amoskeag ginghams AIl standard calicoes
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J C Watson ranifer Co
Tu PHI WIle TTeat You ftt
w 0 WatJIoa Manager
laC 1511 Bell 3461
Western Monitor Mining CoNotico
of a Special Meeting of the
Stockholders
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
pursuant to a resolution duly and regu
larly passed at a regular meeting of the
board of directors of the Western Mont
tor MIning company a corporation ot I
tj1ah a special meeting of stockholders
of said company is hereby called to con I
vene at Its ftice No 925 East Fifth
South street Salt Lake City Utah on
Saturday the 6th day ot November 1909
at 2 oclocl p m The purpose and ob
ject of said meeting Is to consider and
vote upon the questions of amending and
changing articles XVI and XVII of the
articles of Incorporation of said company
as 101l0WS
FirstFor the striking out of article
XVI which read as follows
The directors of said corporation for
the prrpose or paying expenses conduct
Ing the business or paying the debts of
said corporation may levy and collect
assessments In the manner and form and
to the extent hereinafter provided but
no one assesrnent shall exceed per
cent of the amount ot the capital stock
herein provided for nor shall the whole
amount of the assessment levied and to
be levhd In the aggregate during the life
of this corporation as herein provided
exceed the amount at 1500 nor shall as
Itsmenti be levied oftener than once In
ninety das And no assessment shall
be levied until the worktng canltal here
by provided shall have been exhausted
and for the substituting In lieu thereat
the following article
The board of directors may levy assess
ments In the manner provided by law
upon the outstanding capital stock of this
company for the purposes of carrying on
the avowed pursuits and business without
first exhausting or resorting to the treas
ury stock provided however that such
assessments shall not be levied oftener
than once in every three 3 months nor
shall any assessment exceed a levy of 2
ocr cent on the par value of the out
standing capital stock
I SecondFor the striking out of article
I XVII which reads as follows
I No assessment as aforesaid shall be I
levied except by order of a majority of
I saId board of directors and not by them
f unless they personally or by proxy at
I the time of such levy represent a ma
jority of the stock of said corporation
and such levy shall be entered upon the
records of the Incorporation but no such
assessments shall be levied while any per
ton of any previous assessment remains
unpaid or uncollected except In cases
I where alJ the powers of the corporation
have bei exercised In accordance with
the terms hereof for the purpose of collecting
lectin such previous assessment or Is
restrained by Injunction 01 other process
In both which cases a further assessment
may be levied and collected according to
these articles and for the substituting
In lIeu thereof the following article
No assessment as aforesaid shall oe
levied except by order of a majority 01
the said board of directors
J A JOHNSON President
AXEL H STEELE Secretary
Date of first nhliInn nt 7 rM
Summon
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF TIlE
Third judicial district of the state of
1tah county of Salt Lake
George Mueller plaintiff vs Alma
Mueller defendantSummons
The State of Utah to the Said De
fendant You are hereby summoned
to appear within twenty days after the
I service 01 this summons upon you If
i served within the count In which this
I action Is brought otherwise within
thirty das after service and defend
the above entitled action and In case
of your failure so to do judgment will
be rendered against yen according to
the demand of the complaint filed
with the clerk of said court
This action Is brought to dlf8olve
the bonds of matrimony now existing
between the gait plaintiff and the said
defendant herein
POWIRS lIARIONEArX AND J W
I McKINNEY Plaintiffs Attorneys
p O Address Herald building Main
street Salt Lake City Utah
I
State of Utah County of Salt Lake
I SS I J r EldredgE jr clerk ot the
I Third judicial district court of the state
r of Utah In and for the county of Salt
I Lake do hereby certify that the fore
II going Is a full true and correct copy
of the original complaint and sum
mons filed in the action therein enti
I tled filed In my office
Witness my hand and the seat ot
the said court of Salt Lake City this
lOth day of October A D 1909
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By J M Rasmussen Deputy Clerk
Powers arlone1ux and J W
Mdnnev attorneys for plaintiff
Delinquent NotIce I
GOLD MOUNTAIN CHAMPION MIN
Ing Milling company Principal office
and place of business 216 South Main
I street Salt Lake City Utah
NoticeThere are delinquent upon the
folloWing described stock on account of
assessment No4 of J of 1 per cent per
I share levied on the 15th day of Septem
ber 1909 the several amounts set oppo I
site the name of the respective share
holders as follows
Cert Name No Shares Amount
S T M Surbaugh woo >
47 T M Surbaugh 4950 622
5Z A L Fryer 500 125
51 Nellie G Fryer 300 500
61 C H Stevens 1000 20
6i Frank J Stevens Im 23SO
15 J L Herrick 11tsl 2S4
73 lr J Stevens 13S9 345
si Alma Richardson 1000 25U
101 Jesse J Driver 616li 1542
115 Fannie M Johnson 1000 250
126 T D Johnson no 563
15 Eo B Stoker 4000 1000
140 Geo W Bridwell 1000 250
146 W1 Webber 1000 250
141 Vm Webber S 00 125
And In accordance with the law and
an order or the board of directors made
en the 15th day of September lJ09 80
many shares of each parcel of said stock
as may be necessary will bg sold at pub
lic auction at the office of the secretary
No 216 South Main strEet Salt Lake
City Utah on the 15th day ot Novem
ber 1900 at 2 p m of said day to pay
delinquent assessments thereon together
with the cost Qf advertising and expense
of sale C R LONG
Secretary Gold Mountain Champion Min
lng cc MilCn Company
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
4 NOTICES
Consult county clerk or th respective
signers for further Information
J1 fHE DISTRICT COURT pntJ
bate Jvlolon in and for Salt Iake cculty
StttEl cf Utah In the matter of the es
tate or Louis Andrus deceasedNotlee
The petition of MarlDw W Andrus ad
nlnlstrator of the estat of Louis Andrus
deceased praying for tn order of sale Ol
real property of bad decedent and n rt
all persons intetested appear before tht
said court to show catse why un order
should not be granted to sell so much al
tnall be necessary of the following di
strloed real and Vtrscnal estate ot said
I deceascI t i wit Real estateCommnc
ing at It point 44 reds north of the south
west corner ot the northeast quarter 01
section 6 township 4 south range 1 til5
Salt Lake meridian running thence est
373 reds thence north 13 rod theD
west 7 rcds then north 5 rods thencE
west 014 rods thence south l8 rods to
place of beginning Personal plperty
Certificate of water stock In East Jor
dan IITgation comrany 1 DUb 11ors
I mower 1 rake 1 hay rack 1 sleigh
1 cart 1 plow 1 tongue scraper 13 In
tlrest In bailer 1 cupboard 1
dresser 1 sewing machine 1 cot 1 staXd
1 flowsr box 1 table 2 bedsteads sha 8
stock in Draper Commercial company hus
been tt for hearing on Friday tw iti
day of November A D liOO at 2 orlmlt
p m at the county Curt house in tt
court room of said court In Salt Lah
City Salt Lake county Utah
WItness the clerk of said court wilt
the seal < < thereof affixed this 2th day
of Oober A D 1tOJ
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deruty Clerk
Stewart Stewart Attarnes for Fe
tlUon
IN THII DISTRICT COURT PRe
bate division In and for Salt Lake county
State of Utalt In the matter of the tS
tate and guardianship of Ralph Hul > rn
millorNotice
The petition of O G hudson Jraytng
for the Intla lce to Czrry Hudson of It 4
tErs of guardianship iB the person and
estate of Ralph Hudson minor has been
SEt for hearing on Friday the 12th laY
If November A D 1001I at clock 1
m at the county cOoJrt house In the
court room of said court In Salt Lake
City Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of saW court lth
the tal thereof affixed this ith day of
October A D 1WI
HAnOARliT ZANE WITCHEt
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Y R HuteltlnlWll Attorney for Fell
tlontr
IN TIlE DISTRICT COURT PR < < 1
bate dhlsion In and for Salt Lake COIl
ty Utah In the matter of the estate of
Elizabeth James deeeasooNotice
The petition of Gwendolyn James Jarne
A Xllkell Arthur C Nickel G Harnl1
Nkeil Art1tJr W James and A c Nkt
I ell praying for the partial dlstrlbutil
of said estate to the pr
Sons entitled hall been HIt for hAring I I
Friday the 12th day of November A 1
1Dl at 12 oclock p m at the county
court houle In the court room of s <
court In Salt Lake City Salt Lake coin
ty ttah
Witness the clerk of Mid court witii
the seal thereof affixed this nth day IJf
October A D 11 > >
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
tSeal l Clerk
I1 L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Dey Hoppaugh Attorneys for P
tklier
IX THE DISTRICT COURT PROBA
division In and for Salt Lake cou111
state of Utah In the matter of the HI
tate and guardianship of G Harr d
Nickell mlnorNotlce
The petition of G Harold Nlckpll pra
Ins for the issuance to A C Ickell or
letters of guardianship on the tstat
of IJ I1aroll Nckell minor has been H
for hearing on Friday the 12th day r
November A D 1001I lit 2 oclock p m
at the county court house In the cooL
room of said court In Salt Jake Cit
Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with fl
seal thereof atnxed this 7th day of 0
tober A D JJW
rARGAR1IT ZANE WITCHER
Sool Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Dey Hoppaugh Attorneys for Pdi
tloner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun
ty State of Utah In the matter of the
estate of Lucy Georgiana Young d
cetsedNetlee
1he petition of Hyrum S Young pray
Ing for the Issuance to himself of let to
ters of administration In the estate or
Lucy Georgiana Young deceased hll9
been set for hearing on Friday the U11
day ot November A D lOOI at 2 ododt
p m at the county court house In th
court room oC said Murt Ir Salt Lab
Cln Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court wIth
the seal thereof affixed this 28th day uf
October A D IDII
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Young Ioyle Attorneys for Pet
tlelner
n
Notice to Contractors
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAi
Fealed bids will be reeeived by the <
denigned up to 12 m November 8 J <
for the materials and labor required f r
ccerlng heating pipes for the Jeffers
Rtvenride and Onequa schools for t
Stilt Lake board or eduCAtion atonl i
to plans speclficationl and drawr
which are open for inspection of tho
tiers at the office at Richard lur
Ichltect In th Hooper EM rod
blOCk Salt Lade City llah and all d is
FOld proposals at the above time w1I I
iJllbUtly opened and nad In the 0 x
ot the board of e1uati n In thE tity 1 j
county building Salt Lake City ttLl
AU bids must be addressed to Boarl f
Education for Salt Lake City to 1
marked in Ute lower left hand corn
Bids for covering heating pips for 1 L
tfenon Riverside and Onequa sct < 1
A cerUned or cashiers check on s rn
bank In Salt Lake City Utah fo t
least I per cent of the amount of ea i
bId must be eneloepd Each cheek t1 I
b made payable to the undersigned i
II to be forfeited to the underllgn
ase the bid Is accepted and the bill r
dpes net enter into the contract wltha
three das after Its acceptance for the
raithful execution of the contract a1
bond hereinafter mentioned A N L
ntust be furnished for onehalf oC the iJ
with good and sufficient sureties 8atl
fictory to the undelltsnetl Th undo I
signed reserve the right to reject any ad
a1l bids
lOARD OF EDUCATION OF SAL
LAKE CITY
Dated Salt Lake City October 3 19m
Notice to Bidders
CONTRACTS FOR PUBLISHING AD
v In accordance with ias 1 I
Section 5S Gf the Compiled Laws
Utah 1001 notice III hervly given that
ealed bids will be received by the coun
fltdltor of Salt Lake county at hIs f
tice Room 51 city and county bulirlllg
Salt Lalte City Salt Lake county sn
f Utah up to and until Monday o
yember L 1900 at 900 oclock a m f r
Jrubllshlng count advertisements espt 1
ally that advertisement Imwn as thE de
Hnquent tax list and bidders are re
quested to name n fiat rate per name
nd description All said adertisemfltS
are to be furnished printed or l1blishd
ls called for and demonded by the s 1
county and the person to whom the n
tract Is awarded must furnish a Tt
for the faithful perfornancc of such J
tract In such sum as the board of count
rommlssloners of Sa Lake county may
determine The said county reserves tue
right to reject any and all bids and
advcrtlse For more detailed Informat I
concrrnlng advertisements to lw requlI
nppllcatlon must be made to the lJun I
auditor ot Salt Lake county at his
nee F IIEGINBOTHAM
County Audit
Dated this OOIh day of October 1919
4
Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH T
it special meeting of the Stockholders
01 the Hero Nevada Mines eonipii n
wlll be held on Thursday the 11th da
ot November A D 190 at the 11u
of S p m at the companS office N u
f
50S Newhouse building Salt Lake Cii
Utah This meeting 18 ealled for It
i purpose of dissolvIng the corporatlh
and for such other business as ma
come before the meeting
VAN D SPALDING
i President
I He lI CHAMBERLAIN
Secretary
1
ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYE i
MAKER
European expert will bo located at
the ColumbIan Optical Cos store 259
South Main street Monday and Tues
day Nov 1 and 2 inclusive This will
be the first time there ever was an
eye maker In Salt Lake City
Those deairlng an eye that looks like
life should take advantage ot this op
portunity and make appoIntments for
the above dates The eye will be mnde
In your pre > enco It desired

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