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THE OGDEN jBIG ISSUE OF R MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1921." c BEETPAYDAY I BONDS U. C. PLAN LEGAL NOTICES Fresh WEDNESDAY nr-rewn- . th-sa- FREE or worsted, care fully made, assuring wear as well as warmth. thoroughly reinforced where the strain if wool v is $Q.50 Aunt Jemima PANCAKE FLOUR TWO packages UuC FAIRY SOAP Fire ICItHFOR I barf . TELEPHONES i Business aad Circulation Dept... 01 81 Classified Ads ,42t Advertising Dept.. Editorial and Nsws Dept. 879 ............ CLUB OFFICES w, -- oo Candidates for the annual Weber club election, which will be held January 9, were named at a meeting of the members of the nominating commute Sunday afternoon according to Secretary W. V. Rockefeller. as folThe candidates selected are lows: For president: John Culley. II. L. Herrington, F. M. Nye, F, J. Stevens and Fred G. TaylorFor vice president: A. I Brewer, Erapey, D. II. Patsy Healy, II.Charles Rutledffe. R. Pape and For treasurer: D. E. Davis. Walter Emley, James H. Riley, S. T. Jepp-so- n and W. H. Loos. For directors: L. 6. Corey, L. T. Dee. Joseph S- Goss, C. J. Humphries, J. C. McFarlane, A. R. Mclntyre, George Kern, Eber F. Piers, S. M. Scott. Jr., Jim Scowcroft', John L. Taylor and Li. 8. Whitlock. Six directors will be named at the coming election. The nominations were made by the committee consisting of James Doug- las. chairman: J. S. Lwls. It. C. Qwil-- I liam, M. A. Browning, Dr. E P. Mills and Fred W. Herrington. Spe cial. - - oo ' The' December issue of the "Bulle EARLY MAILING IS tin," the monthly publication of the Southern Pacific lines contains'a brief BEING FELT HERE of W. Li. Hack, recently namhistory ed superintendent of the Salt Lake division to succeed E. Li. King who is The response by the public to the now superintendent of the Portland request of Postmaster General Will H. , division. I Hays that holiday packages and mall The Bulletin says: be posted early has been greater than "After Mr. Hack had received a at this time and there has common school education, he entered anticipated been an increase of approximately 25 service in the 1896, per cent in the packages being mailed as a company's car cleaner. His serviceJuly, included: at this season over what the figures Shop service, one year; engine ser- were in former years, according to an vice, foundhpuse, two years; road fire- announcement made this morning by y man, four years; engineer ten years; iW. H. Taylor, chief clerk of the fuel expert on the Los Angeles, Tucmail service, who has returned son and San Joaquin divisions, three from an inspection trip- through the years;, road foreman of engines, Tuc- northwest. , son division, and district road foreman Mr. Taylor said that beginning toof engines with jurisdiction over the morrow there will be added to the northern district. He was appointed service an additional 120 men to take Assistant Superintendent of the Sac- care of the holiday rush. He said ramento division September 1, 1918, that these men had been appointed retaining that position until promoted from the eligible lists of Utah and Ne to Superintendent of the Salt Lake vada in response to instruction to that division." effect from Washington. oo! ,i , ; ; ; rall-'wa- - , -- oo TO MAKE SURVEY STATE INSTITUTION OF USE OF MILK OFFICIALS MEETING . E. S. Miss Ellen Agren, home demonstra- of Superintendent Hinckley county farm the state industrial school and Su- tion agent of the Weber this M.that announced bureau, of morning Frank the perintendent Driggs State School for the Deaf and Blind in the near future a survey will be were called to Salt Lake today to at- made throughout the county to detertend a meeting of all state institution mine the amount of milk that Is being - . superintendents. The meeting was called by Lincoln G. Kelly, director of the department of finance and purchase with the view of making in- for finances for the various stateplans i stitutioft for the coming season. Representatives from the Unlver- sity of Utah, the UtabT Agricultural college and other schools and state e institutions were to attend. i oo-- ... used bv the families on the farms In the county The purpose of the survey is in connection with the work that is being done along the line of malnutrition among the school children in the county. - ' Aided by Miss Charlotte Kunz, county school nurse, a survey is also under way to determine ' the height and weight of .the students attending the ' - county schools." EL MONTE TO ELECT . . oo ! OFFICERS TONIGHT LITTLE WORK FOR t . . OGDEN UNEMPLOYED The regular annual meeting for the election of officers for the ensuing J year of El Monte Commandery, No. 2, -Knights Templar, will be held tdnight t at the Masonic temple, at 8 o'clock.-II;' is expected that there will he an ex- J ceptlonally large attendance. . DUBLIN, Dec. 12. (By the Associated Press.) The Sinn Fein publicity department today issued a statement from Eamonn de Valera in which he said the honor of Ireland was not involved in the Anglo-Iris- h treaty, since the Sinn Fein plenipotentiaries had been chosen on the unthey might derstanding that any treaty to ratificanegotiate would be subject tion by the Dail Eireann. Ratification of the treaty, he said, was not an empty formality. DECORAII, la., Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Brooklln, aged 21 and 18 years respectively, were shot to death In their home near Frankvllle by a Sunday. The bodies were found shota used had The slayer neighbor. gun. Dec. 12. (By the WASHINGTON Vivianl, forAssociated Press. mer premier of France and head of his nation's delegation at the armament mier Brland, made plans plans to sail for home Wednesday on the steamship Paris, together with Mme. Vivianl and several other members of the French delegation. 12. The Dec. WASHINGTON, Board of Trade of Chicago, and members of that exchange will be permitted to operate after December 24, under a revised order Issued today by the supreme court. The order, which is temporary, was made to meet the futures trading act which takes effect on that date. i "co-operat- ion IS -- -- " ; . . ' . En-sena- da Sad Yd - OO1 . Junior Animals Junio CATSUP Special, Each Auction Saks. One hundred eighteen cars of supplies. Including material that might be used by much construction companies Is to be sold at auction at Leavenworth. Kan.. Dec. 15, to information received W. H. Chevers. U. P. general by Recording agent here. 29c Grahams Jumor Gingers Soaacks Junior Vanillas sunny weather Is .forecast for tonight and tomorrow, according to the dairy bulletin of the United States weather bureau. Warmer temperatures are due tonight, the bulletin stated. maximum , tempreature Yesterdays was 64 degrees with a" minimum last; night of 27 degrees.- y. First pMhilcatlon date. TVeeember 1J, publication dab Pecemter tt. lat Nippon Creme 29c TOILET PAPER for . TM 39c . s. frbrtJre. .CI,. 4DC $1 5 3 tin. Spec. pound 98c pound $1.49 Roasted 7c 4 ' LITTLE bTr" CO U N T T E S ....1T ZZi G. r 3 nt PEANUTS Special oq 2 pounds .T. JjC PIG" BREAKFAST SAUSAGE 40.09 40.04 i : oo st.oa 12. to 4.00 CO . 10. toco 4.K) 16.0 J 9.00 10. to 10. to 40.1-44. CO 34.00 r.oo ll.oa R.CO ro.c9 -- IVterswn, Mr. Mary.Tieoi 1'eterwon. Mr. Mary..37t4 larr-- . Caleb .. t4 12.00 :4.(o Lombard 2271 Investment Co leneva K. ....SS 10 Flher. Thoma 2 JKO t'.lbby. 5 .ai:enllne Urother ..4i X 4451 Hodeon. P. F Harrison. Mr. Mary.. 215-- 10 . r.S Henderaon. W. S 411) Jensen. J. W. ........ 3;S 1134 i Kendall, cj. W Knlsht. Karl XL .....4:03 c.& 3M3 latarrlott. j ton. Orson S 4l!t t.h if. 4:is 2i Marriott. M. S M. S Marriott. .4240 10 MilVr. ! Chirle ..11JC II 6 ...3I3T Nalder. V. It Nalder. K. li .ST 4 Nalder. Albert O. ..i.4H . . it'i A. . . Naylor. F. Nelson. Claren-- i C. .4173 i O'.on. Kmms!:. .....14 4 4 40&S 2 Mon. Kmma i; Olnen. Jo. Albert ittt 37C Fpcial 5 12.00 E sl W nark. IMtnhurir Special V CANAL. COMPANY. r-i- COFFEE Here Is a coffee that satis-Ile- DAvTs" AN 1111. NOTICE. There are delinquent upon the fOiow. f .Itjf Jerrlrel etiK k cn sreoust levied cn September 2. 113. the th name several amount of the respective stockhoUlcrs. as Cert. No. Name Share Am". N. :: Adams. ;e". K i3.S 111.00 14.00 ApowtoJo. Andrew..., Ol rl AN.tt, ro. IM t lUrttrfi. Jthn F Old Faithful 2k nor AMERICAN SPECIAL 1.C t.t9 24.00 ro .oo :o .ro 6 .i:o4 604 6 1.S3SS :.4t Caleb 4 I0S2 1.0748 Caleb Here is a treat for the epicure. Made from lean shoulders 2.4C Caleb 41.4 4 Caleb t 4.00 of tender little pigs and pure spices, absolutely nothing else. "UKIOUS yrcaxa 1 rilled with 40. 12J 10 . Roberts. Mary BOc wr 4 170 And fresh every day. Eat all you want, knowing that "Litdown.. Grwnwdl Roberts. Mary K U.00 f.riT5m Roberts. Mary K. :4.o Confectionery. ...,2:S5 7 533 tle Pig" Sausage is as pure and clean as any ever made in Y Roberts. Mary ....40:s 2.00 K tk.00 400 2 Robert. Mary K the cleanest home kitchen. In sanitary one-poun- d Legion to Meet The weekly meetcartons. 2 4170 12.00 Robert. Mary ing of the Herman Baker Post No. 9 .00 Sessions. Wm. Jame.44CS l.S Each 30 of the Arierican lerion will be held Wm. F. ....4393 .5 . S4.00 Stsrkey. at the Eagles club this evening with 37 tS 43 1T2.C-Wilcox. J. 11 Commander Ensign Herrick" officiatAna in accorance sun iaw and order of the Hoard of Director, made on ing. The annual election of officer the 2nd day of September. 1S21. so many for the post will take place December share of each parcel of uch stock a rr.ay be necessary, will be o!d at the NEW YORK STOCK LIST south door of the Weber County CourtCLUB TO GIVE SS'i Ocden Typewriter House for typehouse In Ocden. Ltah. on the 17th of lecembeT. 1J21. at 12 o'clock noon dv writer! and 25 of CHRISTMAS 2422U udion American Ueet Sueat BAZAAR repair. said day to pay delinquent assessment .venue, Phou ill. , American Can thereon, together with the cost of ad148Ts American Car &. Foundry of sale. Sacred Heart Al . ... A Christmas bazaar will be given Taj-da- y verting and expanses P.OliCRT C. NTE. American Hide & Leather, pfd . . 57i tL. and Saturday by the members of y Secretary. .. .. 4l4 .me ... Girls the club of American Locomotive SJI the First Congrein jiDrary or trie Academv. iini. American Smeltln LEGAL NOTICES ness meetlnr 464 gational church in the church' parlors. will open at Tito nVincic Itefg. ... Wucar American and study hour will begin at Amer can Sumatra Tobacco promptly NOTICE OF HOLDERS OF 304 Elaborate booths have been erected for 8 PREFERRED OF THE I the bazaar and American T. Ac T. articles of every kind AMALGAMATED STOCK lis SUGAR COMPANY. -i Woolen t'American of la Notice work a special be wilt that fahcy offered hereby for given the . 20 125. aiuuiiniwooa. I'iione (Anaconda CuDoer 49H of the holder of eltht per cent Christmas shopper. On Friday noon raeetlnsr Atchlon cumulative sinking fund first preferred 3IucJbj ImproTcd SZU a hot luncheon will ba Mrs. Dora Morten, Atl.. CJulf & W. Indie Amalgamated Hug-s- r Com served, while stock ofl:l The son. secretary to Mayor Frank Francis Baldwin Locomotive be at the offices of th pany tea will be served later in the who has been confined to her home for Baltimore A Ohio Duildln 35, Company. No. Ill David Bethlehem "D" Steel Ctt In Osdn City, veber ounty. State ot several weeks through illness Is report- Canadian Pacific HP, Utah, on Saturdav. the 17th day of Deed as rapidly Improving- and it is ex- Central Leather 31 1521, at the hour of 10;30 o'clock cember, pected that she will be able tn imin Chandler Motor 404i a. m. LEGAL assume her duties Within a few NOTICES tSU Chesapeake & Ohio The purpose ef the meetlns1 I to elect rov NOXICE- OF SPECTaL. iirs. Mortenson has suffered day. and Rt d from Chlcaco.o. MIL of the full number oi the Board MEETlNQOr H. I. &. Pac Chi car Sl?s throat and ear infection. of Director of the Company, STOCKHOLDERS Five OT THE UTAH . Chlno Copper in lieu of one-thir- d of th CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. Director, & Iron Fuel lull number of aaid Board of Director $100,000 Life Insurance of Lhe Utah to Colorado o.vLv .... .... 734 -- ih'.S,c.k,oJdr then existing, and to designate th loan on new homes KELLYmoney Company: iiETi-- i ;J.."iv.7 a C4U ' Notice lj hereby riven that Pursuant to member of the ltoard of Director whos RICKL ;S64;Cuba. Cane Sugar are to expire upon th 74 utbortty ofand dlretion of the boird terms of office Krle of auch one. third mo elected of director It qualification The Utah Construction Trial Continued Trial of the case (General Elec4ric a corporation duly organized I by said preferred stockholder, and to lit . -- ..v. of S. C. Stephens against Luella. I)ox. General Motor 114 v.oniparyr. transsrt come that may any other busine u unair ana pya Tlrtue of the property before th meeting. f? late of laws of ey, seeking to recover I1S.00O equity in ! Goodrich Co. met-m- 7 Utah, A AM LXj ATHI MA pcal SUUAIl COM! 1 reat of the etockholder of the corpora- Tin: Northern, rfd an apartment house of Twenty-sevent- h ... PANY. li reat Ore Northern tion Cfts. Sits beea called to held and will wn ub tunuaucu tomorrow Illinois Central HKNJir H. ROT.APP. President; be held at the office of the said corpora-Tf.-.D. V morning In Judge George S. Iiarker's Inspiration 39 V4 Filli.V S. YOUNG. Copper Oirden. Uuii. ldlng. division of the district court. otj Dte of srt publicationSecretary. AdNovember Zt, Int. Mer. Marine pfd the 27th day of Jxrcember. 1321 at the hour of 11 am. of said day. to 1S21. journment of court waa necessary Fri- International Paper ti of last publication December It. ?74 consider th action of the board of di- Date day when certain witnesses could not Kennecott Corner 1321. 4: rector of id Naahvill .... a recite! In procured. The case has now occu- Louisville Petroleum Mexican certain resolution four SUMMONS. aald board adopted by pied days. t a meeting of said board duly called In the District Court cf Weler County, Miami Copper Middle Oil and State held at the office of the corporation Stale of Utah, Law and Motions law Mldvale Pteel on December 12. JS21. reaolvlnr Probates, Robert C Nve an1 Frs3 M. Nj e. plaln-tiff- s. said that were and motions on the calendar this Missouri Pacific 18 do borrow money In the corporation v. Wllliim 11. tirifflth. if Urine. York Central 73Vi amount of one million two hunRd If dead, the unknown heir. dvleee. morning In Judge James K. Kimball's ! S'tw 14 division of the district court. dred fifty thousand (ll.XSO.rjOO) dollars, fTedlior and latee of eald William It. nd Hartford The N V.. N.and 7 and do create a bonded Indebtedness Wettern H. Griffith; William Davis, if llvlrg, and probate calendar is be in heard this Norfolk Northern Paclflo aid amount for that purpoee, payable In unknown heir, devisee. crM-Itafternoon In Judge Qeorge 8- - Barker's Oklahoma :K in If deadthe rold u",d legatees of said Wiiiiam Davis.. Iter Prod. coin of th United Mateof Amer-.5l.i division. Pan American Petroleum .... to 3he present standard of Mary U. ouHer. llairor G. Coulter. inJ -- ooelu'fineness, .... 3S welrht and to be reprcentd Ileatrlce Coulter, hi wife, and the unPennsylvania first by TWO OGDEN WOMEN Pople' Ga mortirfre tond of the known fcelr. dvHee. creditor and legaclod . and West Vs. company in the amount of one million tee of Chester 11. Coul;sr, deceased, de:s4 Pittsburg 1SH two hundred fifty thousand (11.250 cot Consolidated Copper .... fendant. GRANTED DIVORCES Ray Th Stat cf Utah to said defendants: dollars; and that said corporation do Heading 7m a eTldcncinr 63 You art hereby summoned to appear Jd bonded lndebtwd-n- e. Hep. Iron & Steel m Y N. within name It Dutch. twenty cays after eervlce of this and It Itoyal under corport 'On grounds of 4t rate etsJ. first closed mortjtaxe 7 per summon upon you. if served within ths and Phell Tran. t'Trad cent aerial old lond In the arrreral county tn abandonment, Blanche Klstler has Sinclair Con. OH hlh this action Is brought; been granted a decree of divorce in the Southern Pacific amount of one million two hundred fifty otherwise within thirty day after rrv-Ic- e, s0 and defend the above entitled action; thousand (11.2S0.OOQ) dollars, of auch Rallwar district court by Jttdxe James N. Kim- Kouthem Oil 112 of U. J. pfd not exceeding; one thousand and in case cfbejour failure o to do. ball from James W. Kistler. lira "Kls- Standard rendered ... o?i (11,000) dollars as the board of director Judgment win tler testified that her husband deserted Ftudebaker Corp. to the demand ofagainst the yojL Tennessee according may hereafter Copper ios bond aid determine; that her August 18, 1920. The couple was v A.m. which ha been filed with the clerk .... .... IH bear date a of Iecember 1. 1121. and be This action married in Delta, Colo., May 28, 1915. Texas & Taclflc tu 23 numbered a the board of directors mar of aaid court. a Judgment quieting brought Mrs. Ada Norman won a decree in Tobacco Product plaintiff" hereafter.deterrnlne: that aaid bond shall reaver the land described In said comOH mature and be payable serially at uch title to for Judge George 8. Barker's division of Transcontinental and relief. 127 cr! time a the board of director may here- plaint, Pacific .... ., the court from Ardon Norman on Union STUART nouns. p. 105 Food after 8. Products not determine, t. than however, grounds of failure to provide. Mrs. XT. H. Retail Stores . Plalntlfr Attorney. , December 1, 133S; thatlater, each of ald bond P. O Addres. ot-:- o Norman waa awarded custody Fred J. Klesl of one be to Ind. Alcohol .. the '8. to or d bearer payable the 34 45 nlnor child. The couple was married United State Rubber 64 thereof. If the same be reg- building. 0dn.Utath. bokjer S3 In Logun, Febrcary 28, 19 IS. United States Steel .. istered, at the office f Mercantile Trust NOTICE OF STOCkTToXDERSr7jl EET-IN4 4T, tompany, in the Utah Copper oo City and County of Sn Francisco. Btate of Westlnrhouse Klectrlo Th regular annual meeting of the i California: that each WlUya-Overlaof said bonda ahall bear Interest NOTICE , stockholder of the Ogden Sa vines Hank at the American Zinc. Iead and Sm. .. 127, rate of 74 per cent per annum, payable will be held at their bnktng rtxnn in Ogm 11V like gold coin t Butte and Superior 10. 122. on the den. on. Tueaday. 44 C'ala. Petroleum ... .... of June and December of each 11:30 o'clock a. m..January for of dar the I will not be responsible for any ac- Montana ptirpo.e .... year, at the office of Mercantile Trust electing: directors to serve for th ensu( counts or debts contracted by any one Hhattuck Power In the City and County of San ing year, and the transaction of uch othArizona .... .... ...... Company. but myself. H Francisco, State of California, Pan Oil may properly come before without- er bulne ...... -S deduction for or cn account of any F. C. ROirWER. Invincible Oil ... .... Fedi(81gned) the meeting. S. T. J EP PF-- TTS. (SUcned) Cashier. f?t NOTICE. ' Th regnlarcf annual meeting ef th 3 shareholder th First National Hank of Ogden. Utah, will be held at th!r rooms at TJI4 Waahlngtr-- ave-ou- t, banking on Tueaday. January 10. lilt, at 11 . of electlnr o'clock a. n$.. for th purpo director to serve for th ensuing year and th transaction of such other business a my properly com before th said meeting. Dated Ocien. Utah, December 10. 1121. Jf-KT- : JAMES F. BURTON. Cashier. I'arry. Iarr-- . Parry. Parry rs. ,.,....!:? GIRLS' Allis-Chalm- er uj... ! . b-l- - . rui - . one-thir- rs to-w- lt: te s4 - , I ms cot-poratio- n rrete . cr or ?. ue non-suppo- com-plaln- A 1 its gnrl t. rer-ltere- Q. nd lt semi-annual- ly 1- S p.aonoiraiDlnis A SM.V tL - 30 BIG HOLIDAY SALE NOW ON TOMORROW - n ONSOMESTYLES XI SI DOWN HOLDS ONE EVERYONE virraOUTVUSIC SFECIAIvSFI ANOlS glSGDE ' Continuance of the present clear and rax s in s . 19C 35c Pint Del Monte 998 . PREDICTED HERE Eat m ore clal. eepnens against Luella prooable that the latter Ave. Dutch Cookies 15c Fig Newtons 15o Luncheon Creams packages. 11c 2 or COCOA Contest of the completed Wednesday. Coal All kinds of best grades. M. U Jonee Coal & Ice Co.. 2870 n., WARMER WEATHER 1 McDonald's Pure Grahams Sodas Vanillas , WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. In announcing is final estimate of cotton 8,340,000 production foristhis year as 1,800.000 bales more bales, which than given in the preliminary estimate in October, the department of agriculture placed the blame for the erroneous estimates early in th season on propagan"persistent and widespread da at planting time" as to acreage and lack of travel funds which prevented statisticians of the government from personally inspecting arid checking re ports. NEW .YORK. Dec. 12, Cotton broke about, $5. 8 5. a bale from this morning's high level, when the gov ernment estimate of this year's crop waa made public Although the city employment campaign is still going on, there are few demands for workers and the majority of men who dally appear in the pf-- f ice of .Mayor Francis are unable to be Some temporary work is be- placed. OO i ing offered through the of business firms and residents of the ; SUIT FILED TO city, and this work is given to the who are in almost destitute cir ; RECOVER ON CHECK men cumstances. Many ' men are anxious to accept jobs by the hour In order to earn a dollars to bring tempo F. E, Smith has filed suit in the dis- rary relief few to their families. WASHTNGTON. Dec. 12. (By the trict court seeking to recover $1060 Today one man was placed as Associated Press.) Japan, through from B. F. Bingham, Jr., alleging that restaurant cook and another man was hla arms conference delegation, an Bingham gave him a check which was a few a hours work given cleaning the nounced'to powers represented In refused by the bank. Mr. Smith al- yard. No other work was offered of the committee Eastern Fur. the was Nocheck given him on oo leges the will conference her today Washington vember 1, last, and his attempt to WINSOR TO to withdraw Japanese ADDRESS portof ingness have fruitless. He asks cash it proved flees from China, January: 1, 1922, for judgment for $1060 and costs of OGDEN ENGINEERS suit. JERSEY. CITY, N. J, Dec. 12. (By octhe Associated Press.) The first ar Lk M. Winsor of the Utah Agricul El Monte Commandery rest in connection with the 12,000,000 college will be the principal mail robbery In New York several No. 2, Knights Templar tural speaker at the weekly meeting of the weeks ago, became know today when Ogden Chapter of the American As- Frank Calabrtse was ordered ar sociation of Engineers at the .Wbber raigned before Federal Commissioner annual meeting for the ciud Tnurway. other features will b Queen. Calabrlse, charged wlth the Regular and I election of officers for coming year on the program, according to Pres theft of four packages of registered 12th, at 8 p. m. ident u. w. Aiatteson, Monday, Decemberdesired. had been, secretly arrested is Mr.Wlnsor will speak on "Cooper. mail, month ago and confined In jail here : ryour presence C. C. C. BERINGER, E. nve irrigation investigation in the by postal Inspectors.' 919 otaie oi VJMin. ' f, ' SAN PEDRO, CaL. Dec 12 The fishlnff boat Mabel, of American reg istry, which. has been in Mexican de tention for the ' past week, arrived here today with all her crew from after payment of a." fine to the Mexican government, paid l under protest, for alleged fishing without license In Mexican waters. : - ii i9 ury. suit will be Barrel Gingers Barrel Lemon Snaps Barrel Vanilla Snaps Family Sodas Family Graharpa 15c 1 BULLETINS! - IV- 29c 30c of vVllllam Craig is scheduled in will Judge George S. Barker's division of the district court, followlni: of thA : ...... the cloa r. ..,u - . . LUX CRACKERS 15c 15c 15c 15c SYRUP RANDOM REFERENCES Will Content. . . 26c Table Size Log Cabin I fol-jlo- QQ POINSETA na rro-vUlo- thrift is not pric alone but quality and price. The American offers ffooda that top the market for quality hand in hand with prices that mean true savings. sys-jte- m -- 1700 AMERICAN SAVINGS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Trae f , PHONE Delivery - is. pr tht winter underwear . - era! Income tmx not ovr two l) cent m.V be rr- corporation or prmitli to uy therron or to qulrd retain lherfrom undfr or by raon of ny prtent or future law or the I'nitM of America, and the amount of which H tax up to the limit Jd corporation ahaJl ktin! toaforeaald pay o far as t may lawfully do mo without udice to th riehta of held era of the prej-M nonds or the coupons attached thereto: t that to uch thrr hall he attached to arh lntert of aSd bor.dn Internal coupon, rarj, Vmri n n the facsimile signature of th preient Secretary of nald corporation and the number of the lond to which it Js attached: that each of aaJd bonds ahall have lndonl thereon a certificate to be ilmM by the Tnn, lee and a form for th rriditration of id bond; that aald bonda and the coupons and Trutee' certificate and indorsement for reirHtratlon thereof ahaJl te drawn and ha!l be in aurh form a may hereafter be determined by the board of directors of ld corporation: nd that Mid bonds, and each and all of them, ahall Iwi jsecurcd cy a trust Inder lure riven by nald corporation to mid Mercantile Tnut Company, a Truttee. in auch forni and contalnlnir auch and condition, and covering auch raid - corporation, aji io property of hereafter b determined ty the toard of director of aald corporation: And to consider and act upon the confirmation ot aaid action of said board of and to consider ar.d act upon director, the confirmation of any and all other acld board of director In contion of nection with any of the foreitolr.r matter, and to consider and act upon any other matter in connection with the 11 forerrlnT which may come before meetlnr. Pated at Off4en. Utah. December It. WAHIinN I WATTIS. Fecretary' of The Utah Construction Com-bn- Bakery, Fruits Vegetables Meats A financial development of considThe final beet payment to the farmerable Interest was revealed today ers who supplied the Amalgamated when it became known that the Utah Sugar company with beets between the Construction company officers have first of November and the first of Deconsidered and approved the issuance cember will be made December 15, 'it of one and a quarter million dollars was announced today by President H. in bonds; the basis of the security is to H. Rolapp.- It is estimated that bebe a portion of the, company's ranch tween $650,000 and $750,000 will be . lands in Nevada. Hie directors of the paid out. For the entire season with the comcompany held a meeting this morning to go over the details of the proposed ing payment the Amalgamated Sugar transaction with the president, "W. H. company will have paid out more than Wattis. The bond issue was approved $5,000,000 to farmers of Utah and ' at this meeting and a special meeting Idaho. of stockholders was ordered called for a to record of at Indications point Decetnber 27, in order to act on their least 650,000 tons fox this year's camrecommendation, and advertisement paign. The record last year, was 580,-00- 0 tons. Checks covering the amounts calling this special meeting was ordered published. due will be mailed December 16, oo When .asked by a reporter for information concerning the proposed issue, Warren L. Wattis, secretary and 26 PERSONS KILLED treasurer of the company, said: AT E, R. CROSSINGS "It is true that the officers and. directors have had this urder consideration for some time. None of the comever "Why gamble with death?" pany's property of any kind has been covered by a mortgage or bond That is the question , that is being of any character, but in view of 'the relayed over the Southern Pacific sys very favorable terms recently offered tem to owners and drivers of automoby several bond houses and the fact biles and other vehicles. Officials ef-of-' are making that financiers and investors at pres- the Southern Pacific ent look with great favor on this class forts to reduce the- - number of deaths of security, it has been deemed best and accidents on- their route and the by the officers, to retire its short time employes of ' the company are cooperaindebtedness and provide 'for , future ting. needs by this method, and recommendDuring the first nine months of the ation to the stockholers will be made present year the Southern Pacific ; records show 26 persons were klll-- j to that effect, "For a number of years a substan- ed in crossing accidents. During the tial part of the,1 earnings of the com- ,same period. 190 were injured. . Seventy-si- x automobiles stalled on pany have been used in extending, tracks owned the Southern Pacific its ranch and by improving consolidating in Two hundred ninety three tried,to beat properties, which are principally Elkorand Humboldt counties, Nevada. trains and failed; 154 ran or skidded Box Elder county, Utah, and Twin into trains; five ran down crossing Falls county, Idaho. The inspection in-of. , flagmen; and 55 broke down crossing gates. the land holdings by the proposed Under the warning sent out by the vestors developed the fact that Pacific system it is stated Southern land a of the only portion and none of ' the other prop- that a train as usual speed runs one 18 seconds. erty would be required in order to quarter of a mile' in oo constitute aniple security for the amount of the proposed issue. The officers considered that very favorable TO PREVENT CUTTING terms in the way of interest charges OF TREES IN CANYON and dates of maturity were offered the and it was the unanimous vote of dicdirectors that good business policy Despite warnings from the sheriff's tated that the company's finances should be handled- in this manner. office against the cutting of Christmas There is no secret about the' details trees on the mountains near Ogden of the proposed transaction, but we canyon, reports are coming in regudo not care to go into them in a larly that many, persons are daily down and bringing the trees public manner- - in advance of the chopping stockholders meeting, as the matter is to Ogden. Arrangements are being made so that an officer will patrol the one for them to decide. . The directorate of the Utah Con- canyon vicinity from" now until Christstruction company is composed of W. mas to watch for the offenders. H. Wattis, president and general manCutting of trees is allowed in cases where permits are obtained from ownagers; M. S. Browning, vice president! E. O. Wattis, vice president ; Warren ers of the land,, however, in the event L. Wattis, secretary and treasurer; that persons are found with trees and their arrests will Scowcroft, Marriner S.. Eccles. have nowas permits, Joseph said today. A. H. Christensen, R. B. Porter and it It, has been found that In many in- Royal Eccles. oodown and left in the hills, some persons apparently chopping down sevHACK'S RECORD IS eral trees before selecting one to bring SHOWN IN BULLETIN home, according to the officers. 4; STANDARD-EXAMINE- ALWAYS TOE NOTICE OF ESTRAYS. Ftats of Utah, county of Weber, Ogden city, as. 1 have In my poesassi.m th following dearrlbed estray animals, whicJv if net claimed and taken away, will le to th highest cash blJder. at 114S Wajih-lngt.avenue, la Ocden City. Utah. cn Monday, the lsth day of December, Ittt, at the hour of 12:13 p. m. : On light tar horse. bout S year oli. white spot In face, w!ht ahut 1100 lr. whit One bar horee. about 1 yer lbs. spot in face, weight about Hald "were taken op by m I cn th 4th day cf December, sail citystry - LOW-CAL- L rn LYRIC MUSIC CO, 2524 Vaihington Ave. . t-- lt-C'- . . 1 i:i. - FP.AN7C NATKBITT. cf OgJea O'.y, Utah. , :i '