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. y". .- . "ZKE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. ' i H
I nohfa7f HOW to Vote a Straight Ticket " chants he desires before moving the Curtain Lever I ' I
1 T . Paving closed the Curtain-Pull the Party Lever ngthei
I lock the machii ef or vn W Y " bearing the name or emblem of your Party over to vote opens the Curtain, and sets the machine for the I
I e macnme i01 voting. the right UNTIL THE BELL RINGS, and then let next voter. e iur une I p M
Stl v, . 1 ft S"0 back. This turns down to a voting position all Remember, the Pojnters must be LEFT DOWN ! f H
jHfl - . - . of .jie pomrs 0f he candidates of your party. (Fig. over the names of the candidates to be voted for. i p H
Bl v . The ringing of the Bell informs the voter that 0W to VoJc a Split Ticket I ?
BtI rrS the Party Lever has been pulled far enough to en- Having closed the Curtain Pull the Party Lever I 5 H
BR M?Sf!T::a,J ' gage the elsterm mechanism. bearing tne name or emblem of your Party over to H H
K H r Vi (i -YJjf I 'Y ' , ne krned down Pointers indicate the names of the right UNTIL THE BELL RINGS and then let it m H
Bl M dpKJ I ' ' 7-- the-candidates for whom the vote will be cast. " go back (This turns down to a voting position all of 1
K T-! V L4ifflgf; j -7 i " Leave the Pointers as they are (down in a voting the Pointers of the candidates of your nartv ) ffi I H
IB 5 1 T E3f 4 position.) Tm,n hQ, , w, n., p"y"' I I H
BS f ' J'' iWm' i i " - Move the Red Handle of the Curtain Lever to the the " J Piw ?T of 1 H
H fl;-;ilffH4J ' " Left as far as it will go. This will count your vote, the candidate you wish to cut out (Fig. 3.) !
ID r-:SU hf ' P- '' open the Curtain and set the machine for the next Tnen turn down a Pointer oyer the name of the 11 ? H
I PjTiS Kl - ' voter- candidate you wish to vote for for the same office, I l
m 1 If AmSkWk CAUTION Before moving the Curtain Lever and leave it there. (Fig. 4.) I 1 H
m m ' j !tg WBMl iNfe ac to tne eft De sure tnat a Pointer is down over x ,-.,.,- H 1 1
K 0f Owl TME'fei ie name every candidate you wish to vote for. J H
II Bit: . FIG. 2, VOTER PULLING OVER A PARTY LEVER : ' ''.,,,,; I ; B
I s "' Turn the Question Pointers to the word YES or m M
I FIG. 4. , ' FIG- 5. THE ABOVE CUT SHOWS NO, and leave it there. 1 H
I Be sure to complete each Split before making That the voter has indicated his vote as follows. ry Yotinf mah?n?3s ,?5e T" PPblic exhibition at 1 B
I another. j tt i , Has pulled Party Lever "C" and Split for Treasurer Heaoquarters of all I oluical Parties at the City Hall, I
m After the vote is arranged, move the Red Handle , "B"; has turned down the Pointers for the three As- County Court House, Reed Hotel, Broom Hotel and g H
S 1 of the Cui'tain Lever to the left as far as it will go. sessors "9A, 9B, 9C"; has turned the Question Point- European Hotel, bo into any ot these places and M H
Hi (This will count one vote for every candidate that has ' ers 1 and 2 to "Yes" and 4 to "No." As the above study the machine, it will save you and other voters IS
11 I a Pointer left down over llis name- operation only indicates his vote, he can make any much time on electlon dav- g
II AMENDMENTS TO I
H- CONSTITUTfON
Mmi Eight Changes in the Fundamental Law of the State Proposed-All
mmi Voters Should Read the Following With Care in Order
I to Vote InteUigently.
jH H v
STlie following are tlie oisbt pro
foeqd nmendmenta to the conblltuUan
of the stte of Utah to be voted on
by the citizens of this state at the
coming election: T ,
. AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION 1.
HR ARTICLE XI, OF THE CONSTrrU-
WW TION, RELATING TO COLNTIES,
mm C1T1EB AND TOWNS. AND PRO-
UK VIDING FOR THE CREATING OF
m m. NEV COUNTIES.
H W That Bevcr.il counties of the ler-
H K" fitory of Utah existing at the time or
P the adoption of this constitution arc-
k hereby recognized as divisions of this
H jg. Etato, and the preclncis and school
hH districts now existing in said coun
P ties aa legal subdivisions thereof, and
mfW - . they shall so continue until ciiangort
Jf by law In pursuance of this article.
K S1 The legislature may by general law
i; v riovide for tho formatlou of new
H g; fountiea, and locating the county seats
HBJ? I tbereof Every county which shall o
M" foimed from territory taken from any
H ulher county or counties shall bq Ua
BB ll V'e for a Just proportion of the c.xist
9H Inp debtB nnrt IhbllitleH of the emm-
1 '
tv or counties from which such torrl-It'oL-y
shall be Utkpn. Provided, that
no new county shall be formed un
less a majority of the qualified elec
tors voting In each part of tho coun
ty or counties to be dismembered
snail vote beparatqly therefor
AN AMENDMENT OF SECTION 3.
ARTICLE XIII. RELATING TO TAX
ATION. .,,-,.
The legislature shall provido by lav.
for a just and equitable assessment or
the properly ol tho jtlate at Its actual
moneV value All taxes .shall be uniform
on the same class of properly with n
the territorial limits of the authority
lewln- the tax. and shall bo levied and
collected for public purposes only.
p,ovldod, that a deduction of debit
from credits may be authorbed. Pro
vided further, thai the property o
tho United States, of the state coun
ties, cities, towns, school district,
municipal corporations and public li
bra? Q8. lots with tho building thore
on "bed exclusively cither for roljKloua
worship or charitable purposes of bur
iTnot held or imed for prUato or cor-
p rale benefit, shall be exempt fionv
taxation Dltcbeb canals, roservolrs.l
plies and flumes owned and used b
Indhldtals of corporations foi irri-'
g.itln? lauas owned b Mich Individ
uals or corporations, oi ilio individual
members thereof, shall not be sepa
rately taxod as long as they shall bo
owned and used exclusively for such
purpose. Provided further, that mort
gages upon both real and personal
property uhall bo eorapt from taxation.
Piovldcd further, that the taxes ot
tho indigent poor may 6o romltto 1 or
abated at such tlmo and in sjch man
ner as in.iy be provldod by law
AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION
17, ARTICLE VII.
Thp auditor shall be auditor ot pub
lic aerounta. The public moneys shall
be deposited by the tronsmcr, under
the supervision of the board of exam
iners, and as provided by law
AN AMENDMENT OF SECTION 4,
ARTICLE XIII, RELATING TO THE
TAXATION OF MINES,
All mines and mining claims, both
placer and rock In place, contain
ing or beailng gold, silver, copper,
lead or other valuable precious met
als, aflor purchase thereof from the
United States, shall bo mcd at a
value not gi eater than tho pilco paid
the United States thcreror, unleBs tho
surface ground, or some part there
of, of such mine or claim, 1b used for
other than mining purposes, and has a
Bepnrato and Independent valun for
such other purposes; in which case
said surfaco ground, or any part
thereof, so used for other than mjn
ln" purposes, shall bo taxed at its
valuo for such other purposes, as pro
vided by law; and all the machinery
Vflod In mlnlnR. and all property and
surfaco lmpioemeitJ upon oi appur
lonant tn mines (nd mining claims,
and tho net annual proceeds of all
Mich iretious metal mines and min
ing cluims Ehall be taxed as proud
o,d by law All lands containing c al.
hydro-carbons or stone deposits, aft
er purchase thereof from tho United
States, and all proporty and surface
Improvements upon oi appurteuant
to such lands which hao a alue sep
al ato find independent of all such
lands and tho net proceeds of nil sucn
land and the by-products of all valua
ble deposits contained therein not
taxed in a crude or raw condition,
shall bo taxed ns provided by law
No. 5.
AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION
11, ARTICLE XIII., RELATING TO
STATE AND COUNTY BOARDS OF
EQUALI5JATIC...
Until otherwise provldod by law,
there shnll be a state board of equal
isation consisting of four residents of
the state who shall be appointed by
tho governor, by and with the consent
of tho senate, wboBo terms of office
shall it for four years and until their
successors; arc appoiutod and quah-
fled, Provide, tha4 two of said niem-
bers shall be appointed every two
I ears. Thoio shall also bu in each
I county of tho state a county bonrd of
' equalisation, consisting of the board
, or county commissioners of said c un
ty. The tluty of the stalo board of
equalization and of tho several coun
ty boards of equalization shall be to
adjust and equalize the nluallon of
tho real and personal pioporty of thp
state and oi the several counties
! thoreof, as may le provided by law.
I Each bonrd shall also Perform Biiohi
other duties as innj ue prowded uj .
law '
No. 6. '
AN AMENDMLNT OF SECTION 2,
ARTiCLU Xlll. OF THE CONSTI
TUTION OF UTAH, RELATING TO
TAXATION
All propert In tlie state, not ex
empt undor tho laws of the United i
States, or undoi thlb constitution, or
tho laws of the rtnte of Utah, ehall bo
taxed Ub provided by law. Tha wo;d
property, as used In thin article, is
hereby declared to includo monevs,
credits bonds, stock franchises andJ
all mallei's and things ucal, personal
and mixed), capablo of private own
ership : but this shall not beVo con
strued ns to authorize tho taxation of
the stocks of any company or corpora
tion, when the property of such com
pany or corporation icprcseuted bv
such stock, has been taxed Tho leg
islature shall provide by law for an
annual tax sufficient, with other
cources of ieenuo, to defray the esti
mated ordinary oxpenEcs of the state j
for each flscul year The legislatuio)
shall also provide for tho payment of,
the state debt. If any thprc ho, ln-
fore the same becomes due. and pro-1
Ido for tho payment of the Interest
on said debt as It may fall duo.
No, 7. I
AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION I), I
ARTICLE VI., RELATING TO COM-I
PBNSATION OF THE MEMBERS
OF THE LEGISLATURE.
Until olhorwlso provided by law, the
members of the legislature shall re
echo eight ($8.00) dollars por dny and
ten rents vr mile for tho distance
necessarllv traveled going to and io
turninc: from the placo of meeting on
the most usual route, and shall ie-i
celc no other pa or porqulblte.
No. 8. ,
T AMENDMENT l'O SECTION O
ARTICLE XIV, FIXING THE LIMIT
OF INDEBTEDNESS OF COUNTIES.
CITIES. TOWNS AND SCHOOL DIS
TRICTS. When authorised to croate lndebt-
edness as provided In Section 3 ot
this article, no county shall become
indebted to an amount, including cx
lhtlns Indebtedness, oxcoedlng two per
centum. No cit. town, school dis
trict or other municipal corporation
shall become indebted to an amount.!
Including existing indebtedness, cx.
ceedm four per centum of tho value i
of tho taxable piopeity theioin. Ihei
aluo to he ascertained by tho last'
assessment for state and connt pur-1
poses, previous to the Incuning of'
such indebtedness except that in In
corporated cities tho assossmont sh.il
Le taknn from the last assessment for
clly purposes: Provided, that no part
of the Indebtedness allowed In this
section shall be Inclined for (t her
than strictly county, city, town, or
school district purposes; provided,
further, that any oltv or tho first class
and any cltv of the socond class hav
ing over 20,000 Inhabitants, when au
thorised ns provided in Seatlon 3 of
this Artlclc.'may lc allowed to Incur
a larger indebtedness not exceeding
lour por centum additional, and any
eltj of the second class having less
than 20,000 inhabitants and any citi
of the third class, or town, when au
thoiucd ab aforesaid, may bo nllowed
to Incur n larger indebtedness not ex
ceeding oiglu per centum additional
for tho purpose of supplying biich city
or owp with water artificial lights.
THE UTAH SHOE j H
HOSPITAL i
Men's Half Soles Sewed or H
65 CENTS M
Ladies' and Children's ' i H
Half Soles ' M
40 CENTS M
SOLES FIXED IN 10 MINUTES. ' H
Best workmanship and Wide Oak i H
Leather used. If you try our work J H
once you will 3urely conic again. H H
221 TWENTY-FIFTH ST. M
OGDEN, UTAH M
Ej LA RUE'S 'Ner-vo-lno' for I H
EJ tho man who feels be is all H
y in; acts quickly, teslorcs vltnl- ; l H
E I'y. corrects insomu - and - H
M bruin fatigue, "makes a new M H
ffi man of you;" pi ice CI box, .". Kj ' H
U for $2.50 bv mall, A R. Mc- S3 1
m Int.vre Drugs, ,2421 Wash Avo ? H
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A ft Utii (''fl'CVtrr'd lllDio.-nJUrnnjAX I 1
rv .hwi !, tej'fd nu uiwv mua. V N B
fvl k CW ToLc no nlhrr Tlay at' your V H
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C hf nVnonilJ-it S-frU,AU)-tr,.Sl' I H
.S m. nV nnnnoicTc, FVfRnWIERr rH
or sevvors, when tho works for suppl) - H
lug such water, lights or scwor-s shall , jH
bo owned and controlled by the mil- j H
nlclpallty. M

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