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6 rELE SAXT JbAKE IHIBUlOli MOBMG, JANUARY 11,
;' SNAKE HiVEB'S GOLD
Hj Irrigation Enterprise of In
H; t'erest to Miners.
Hj !! PLACER DIGGINGS WILL PAY
Hj Cost of Raising Water Almost
H; . I Prohibitive In the Past.
H, Chief Engineer of the Twin Falls
Land & Irrigation Company
f Tells of the Canal.
; l While the big enna! of the Twin Falls
' Lund it Water company in Southern
Idaho Is primarily' designed to reclaim
1 agricultural and fruit lands it is likely
n zy a certain part in developing the
Hj i imnernl resources of the State by enab-
H, , ling the prospectors along the Snake
river to develop the placer ground on
the margin of the stream.
Paul S. A. Bickel, chief engineer of
. j the Twin Falls company, who regis-
' , tcred at the Kenyon yesterday from
H; Milner, Ida., says that very fine gold
Hr j is found In many places close to the
,' water's edge. There are spots all along
! the river where miners, working with
Hjj rockers, are able to make wages and
Hh i sometimes more. The ground has never
j 1 been worked on a large scale owing to
the difficulty of raising water. One old
miner, Mr, Bickel says, dug the top
layer of a bar, wheeled it In a wheel
' P barrow to a chute, dumped it down to
' ' the -water's edge and pumped the water
vlth which to wash it, but still he made
The values are not evenly distributed.
B. 1 Some spots will be quite productive,
while the intervening space shows- no
I gold at all. The best returns are said
to be secured from the. surface of the
bars where the Hour-like gold is cvl
H: dently deposited by the current. The
J "colors" are so llglil and fine that many
Hj of them -will float on the surface of
the water. When seen under the mlcro
HBH, scope they resemble tiny cups. Mr.
M( Blckel's theory is that they have been
Hhi , taken up by the water while in the
H, process of formation and before they
H' were deposited in a lode, or ledgo. He
believes that they were distilled In some
H: r h.uge volcanic crucible and" the proces9
- of crystallization Interrupted before the
' atoms grew into their common form.
H'. No one has yet succeeded In tracing
H I the placer gold to a vein in place, but
A i It is observed that the river year by
H' i year replaces the precious metals on
H j the 'bars from which the previous de
H !' posits have been carried away by the
j WItl the Twin Falls canal to draw
Hj, i from the gold-hunters will be able to
Hl' t wash their gravel over amalgam-coated
Hjj rifiles at small expense and ground
Hjil - which now pays wages or less, may be
Hjj j made to afford a comfortable income.
H Mr. Bickel says that the cold weather
Hj is beginning to interfere with the earth-
Hj work on the canal, which has been com-
H; I , pleted for twenty-five miles, but the
Hy rockwork will be prosecuted throughout
H; ( ! the winter. Snake river can now be
Hl 'j tapped for water enough to cover 30,000
acres of which SOCK) acres have already
j 'J Deen taken up by prospective settlers,
l The canal is designed to carry 3000
H; ' j cubic feet of water per second. This
Hj 1 j gives but a vague idea of the magnitude
; of the project. A better conception can
for formed Avhen one refipcts that the
H : waterway is just about the width of
j a Sait Lake street and that the water
3 will come to the height of the sc-cond-
'j story -windows in a business block,
fl Tlie system of lateral ditches, if plac-
1 ed in a straight line, would form one
i continuous ditch from New York city
: j to St. Louis.
Ii; MONEY IS IN SIGHT.
I New York & Great Western Is Round-
j ing Out Its Plans.
The New York and Great Western
I Mining and Development company,
I ' owning the Bazouk of Bingham and the
, Carbonate Gem of Morgan county; is,
V says President Van Patten, rounding up-
, 'h successfully all preparations for oper-
I ation on a largely increased scale.
I , Since President Van Patten's return
from New York a few days ago, Jie
has carried to completion negotiations
that insure ample capital to back all
I, efforts of the management to thorough
ly demonstrate its ground in both prop
i At the Bazouk, development Is now
, i' being kept up steadily with satisfactory
ji: results, but It is not the intention to
i IJi make shipments until the larger scale
of operations will give opportunity for
' economical handling of the product.
Ij MAY SOON HAVE VELVET,
ji; Latest Developments Expected to Put
. Tetro Among Bread-Winners,
i The latest advices from the Tetro of
J Tintlc are said by those who are closely
! watching Its steady Increase of ship-
; ments to mean that the property will
probably within thirty days enter the
J. list of bread-winners.
- j One in close touch with the manage
ment affirmed last night that a dls-
N trlbution of at least $2000 could be
b expected early in February. This pre-
1 diction Is not in the least unreason
able, as a net profit of about $1500
' was the result of last month's.' work,
; with oiilj sixteen men emploj-ed. The
I recent shipments of ore are affording
i values around $40 per ton and the ore
It body Is opening up to the extent that
! I an increase in the force can be eco-
irl uomically made.
(1 Lead Bonanza at Statelinc.
H j Long years ago the old Mormon set-
H I tiers found a blj,- hill of lead where tlicv
H ( were wont to go to getthelr bullets for
H l the purpose of killing gnme, rntlinns. ctc ,
Hiiys the Statelinc Ornclc. Later on this
H , crude way of making their own bullets
H - il was abolished and the lend hill was for-
H gotten by a majority of them, But a few
i ot the old-timers from Beuver. believing
H that such an Immense body of lead would
B , ! j some day prove to bo valuable, pro-
B i; ceeded to take advanlaKe of the mining
H . laws of the State and located the prop-
2 ertv; Instead of doing their assessment
W 1 v.-ork from year to year, howi-vor, they
f j would rvlocntc whenever It became nec-
t I rssary and a man. who might develop the
t Property could not gain a foothold. After
BCVPral years of watchliiK nd Wiiltlng
IJ Peak has at Inst secured all rights
i ,)l 40 tiic group of four claims and thinks,
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northorn.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatca.
LOS ANGELES Thn Angeltls, B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Stroet.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Aa tor la, Impe
rial, Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, The, Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland HoteL
ST. LOUIS Planter;', Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, RalclKh.
and rightly, that ho has a bonanza. This
properly Is located in the Indian Peak
range and adjoins the old Bally sCago
station, which is well known to every old
settler In the country and which Is ;Vbout
seventeen miles from Stntcllne. A short
time ;ikov Mr. Peak took lomc samples
from the property, which went SO per
cent lead nnd olcht ounces silver, and
he feels Hint some day he will rcalizo
handsomely on his acquisition.
IMPRESSED WITH PESTJ?LTS.
Bhighnm-New Haven's Showing
Pleases Its Household.
After a thorough inspect lem of con
ditions under ground at the IBingham
New JIaven, President A. ..7. Malloy
returned yesterday from thai. Bingham
property, much Impressed biy the latest
disclosures. Mr. Malloy rcjports excel
lent progress in the domcnstration .of
the ground'y values, particularly with
reference to the big tunmcl now being
pushed forward to catch the Highland
The Bingham-New Haven, says Mr.
Malloy, Jc only one of many new prop
erties In the Bingham camp that be
gan the new year with every prospect
brightened by the results of the past
season's work, and he looks forward
to seeing the active and steady pro
ducers of this region augmented by
the advent of half a dozen new en
tries into the list before the year is
GOLDEN REEF COMPANY.
Majority of Stockholders Hold Meet
ing in ML Plensant.
Mt. Pleasant, Jan. 10. The majority of
the large stockholders of the Golden Reef
Mining company met here yesterday after
noon and discussed the future policy of the
That the mine has a very promising out
look has boon known beyond a doubt, and
indications point strongly to one of the
greatest mines In that part of tho State.
Mr. R. Anderson, the heaviest holder
hero, gave the party a banquet at h's
home last evening. Those present were:
J B. Sylvester, superintendent', Thomas
Fountain, William Sylvester, Charles
Fountain, Ole Alrlson and Joseph Johan-
President Woodward of the company will
join the parly hero today, when they will
leave at once for tho properly.
Wedge Extension Moves Forward.
As another evidence of the activity
and zeal that are bringing the Gold
mountain country into prominence
among the mining talent of tho State,
the Wedge Extension management has
now virtually completed arrangements
for a spring campaign of development
work that, once inaugurated, will have
behind it an abundance of capital. In
this district, to the development of
which Dr. P. A. I-L Franklin has con
tributed so much, new talent Is rapidly
being interested, and present indica
tions are that this year will witness
a trebling of the number of actively
Values From Sunrise.
The Sunrise of Park Valley gained
gratifying attention yesterday by
some samples of ore which were sent
down to President Simon several days
ago, the assayer's figures being just
disclosed. Values of the rock, which
was taken from the drift on the vein
in the main tunnel, were given as
$11 gold and $1 silver. The particular
section from which this ore Is taken
Is not yet thoroughly demonstrated,
but the showing was by the talent
considered sufficiently good to put the
stock on the list of active street
Superintendent Keith of tho Bamberger
Do La Mar properties Is in from the
' Good' reports are being received of the
work of unwatcring the old Red Elephant,
out. of, Halley. Ida.
Reports from Fay, Nov., are that the
Independence company is preparing to
enlarge its scale of operations.
A number of Salt Lakers Interested la
the Farminglon oil fields went out yes
terday to look over the ground.
Tho Lewlston, Ida., Tribune reports
more than ICO miners on the regular pay
roll of properties operating In tho Buf
falo Hump, region.
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We guarantee Increase In your busi
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Hat Salo Now On.
$5.00, $4.00 and $3.00 Hats for $1.00:
Made bv the best makers.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.
Seattle Ball Pari:.
Seattle, Jan. 10. D. E. Dugdale, an
nounced today that he and his associates
had purennsed Athletic park for 2O.C0O.
thus Injuring him a place to play ball
1 ext season rlsht In the hf art of the city.
This Is the samii park Dugdale used last
WHAT CAUSES DANDRUFF.
Greatest European Authority on Skin
Diseases, Says It's a Genn.
The old Idea that dandruff is scales of
skin thrown off, through a feverish con
djtlon of tho acalp la exploded. Prof.
Unna. Hamburg, Germany, European au
thority on skin diseases, says dandruff Is
a genn disease. The germ burrows under
the scalp, throwing up llttlo scales of cut
icle, nnd Papplnrr ihe vitality of tho hair
at tho root. The only hair preparation
that kills dandruff germa Is Newbro'a
Hcrpiclde. "Destroy the cause, vou re
move tho effect." Not only cures dan
druff, but stops falling hair and permits
a luxuriant Rrowth. Dellphtful hair dres
sing. Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c in stamps for sample to Tho Ilerpklde
to., Detroit, Mich. '
BOGK ISLAND BONDS
Speyer & Co. Looking Into
iVSAY FINANCE BOND ISSUE
Contsmplatod Sum Is $160,
009,000, Tour Por Cent.
No Inimediato Sale, Except for In
cidental and Building
Whether Rock Tsland In the near future
will hnve new llnanclal sponsors is a ques
tion that Speyer Sz Co. aro considering.
Definite Information was obtained yester
day that this banking-house, conspicuous
for its conservatism, is considering very
seriously Bock Island's financial and
physical position, with the purpose of ta
king up the refunding- and readjustment
of tho Rock Island obligations.
Speyer &. Co. aro naklnc an investiga
tion of Rock Island affairs, and upon tho
result of this Inquiry will depend the
futuro course of tho bankers in undcr
taking tho guardianship of tho groat
North and South railway systems of the
Heretofore the First National bank has
appeared as the fiscal agent of the Ro'ck
Island slnco it came under the domination
of the Reld-Mooro-Locds syndicate. 'No
explanation is made for tho fact that,. In
undertaking new llnanclal ventures the
Reck Island's finance committee ha3
turned to bankers hitherto unconnected
with the financing of the Rock Island syn
It has been officially stated that no Im
mediate sale of bonds is contemplated.
Obligations are numerous, however, which
must be adjusted within the next few
years.. In addition to the refunding of
several outstanding issues which will ag
gregate In the neighborhood of $1CO,X)0.000,
there are advancements to subsidiary com
panics nnd Improvements mode fron earn
ings nggiegatlng $57,000,000. which it is
deemed advisable to fund at the first
It was statod yesterday with aome au
thority that tho next authorized Issue of
Rock Island bonds will be for about $160,
O00.C0O, to bear interest at the rnto of I
per cent par annum, and be termed a prior
lien bond. Justification for this title, is
found in tho fact that tho bonds would be
a prior lien upon assets carried on tho
company's books at an Inventory value of
more than JGO.WO.OOO. This includes the
construction of about 1500 miles of new
line, equipment valued at $15,000,000 and
terminals, bridges, real and personal prop
city worth about Slo.COO.OOO.
Soon after the new Issue Is authorized
bonds sufficient to cover these oxpcnscf?
will be issued and held in the company's
treasury until such a time as It should be
deemed advisable to place them on the
Although Speyer & Co. hold L. F. Loree
in high esteem, it can be slated definitely
that no demand for his election wis made
by the bankers as a condition precedent
to examination of the company with the
intention of possibly undertaking its financing
THE FIRST TASK
OF THE NEW YEAR
Should be to get your teeth put In EOod
22-K Gold Crowns $5.00
Brldgework, per tooth , R.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings 00
Painless extracting ,.. .50
THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DEN
TISTRY AT THE LOWEST PRICES 13
Guarantee given with all work. Lady
attendant. Hours, S to S; Sundays, 10 to 2.
Boston Dental Parlors
V1G SOUTH MAIN.
W$ BEAVEN AND MURRY KB
ff Trio of .
531 303 Auerbach Building BSH
iftiS Office Tel. lVX-y. Res.Tel 12J4-n Kij
Joe Bowers Mining company. Principal
placo of business, Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notice. There- arc delinquent upon the
following-described stock, cn account of
n8.(!!ament lovlod on tho 14th day of Oc
tober, 1903, the several amounts sot oppo
site tho names of tho icspectlvo share
holders, as follows:
Cert. Name. Shares. Am't.
R50-F. G. Morse 300 $ l.EO
PSO-J. C. Jl.iyt ICO 50
QIQ Jackson & Monc 1S3 -Mi
702-Shcetfa & Thompson M0 2.50
S1S-J, H. Bean 300 1.50
S!KJohn Grundfor r.W 2.C0
S9G John Grundfor fWO 2.f0
07 John Grundfor MO 2.F.0
S?7 A. C Bishop MO 2.&0
1007 Max E. Smith D00 2.C0
KiHV-Jas. Cassln MO 2.50
112ti S. O. Dav r.OO 2.E0
11C0-W. T. Edwards LOW 5-00
11W-E. VI. Alrl3 1.000 G.00
1101 J3. II. .A iris . J,000 5.C0
1219-J. A. Pollock B00 2.G0
1353 Max Smith SI ,s
13OT-A. II. Cowlo H ?J
1421-J. II. Bean H W
M?2 Jas. Harrington 21 .12
14(3 S. O Day .?. 21 .12
H71-F. S. Oswald 48 .24
MPC-C. A. Greaber 1.000 5.00
1503-Mrs. M. Ilorrlck 1,000 5.00
1G04 Jas. Cassln 21 .12
IMG-Union Worlhlngton 9 -04
1576 M. M Miller ... 1.0C0 5.00
1WI-J. A. Brown 1,000 5.00
1805 Frank D. Moore .-.1.000 5 00
1920-iChns. L. Burnham 5.0W 25.00
IDCO-John Grundfor 39 .1S&
2011 Theodore Davis 1.000 5.00
2012 Theodore Davis 1.000 5.C0
Mo D. M. Griffiths 1.000 5.00
2097 Daniel S. Spencer l.COO 5.00
210o-Tho9. L. llamer 1,000 5.00
210S-G. J. MIllls 1.000 5.00
2123-E M. West 1,000 5.00
21S C. M. Dunlap, A. Grund
for and J. Rasmuason . 405 2.02V2
2185-W. II. Clark, 500 2.M
21M-P. C. Richards MO 2 50
219S P. C. Richards 1.000 5.00
2205W. IT. Clark 500 2.50
2231-W. H. Clark 1.000 5.00
2237 T. A. Kctchum 1,000 5.00
2247 II. G. Williams 500 2.50
230S-F. D Hlgslnbotham, Jr.. l.COO 5.00
2317 Barnott & Langley 200 1.00
2325 Max E. Smith 500 2.50
2229 Mrs. H. S. Bcatle 2,000 10.00
24l H. S. Jackson 500 2.50
2342 Arthur Symons 100 .50
2350 Hudson Sons & Co. 500 2.50
2Sf.l Julius Haupt 1.000 5.00
2.':G2-Jullus Haupt LOW 5.00
2371 Anna LIggan 500 2.50
2S72 Anna Liggnn 500 2.50
23S7 W. E. Maddison 500 2.50
2424 F. D. Hlgglnbotham. Jr. .1.000 5.00.
2110 W. J. Browning 1,000 5.00
2irQ W. J. Browning 1,000 6.00
2t51 W. J. Browning l.COO 5.00
2452-W. J. Browning 1.000 5 00
2153 W. J. Browning 1,000 5.00
2475 J. H. Felt 500 2.50
2517 Chas. Goldberg 5.000 25.00
251S-Chas. Goldberg 3,500 17.50
2522 Ed Mchlingcr 750 3.75
25S0-E. M. West 1.000 5.00
2351 E M. West 1.000 G.C0
25S2 E. M. West 1,000 5.00
2534 E. M. West 1,000 5.CO
2535 C. F. Dantell 250 1.23
2530- C. S. Osgood 2n0 1.30
253T C. F. Osgood 125 .02a
25T.S C. F. Dantell 2G0 1.S0
2r.:tfl-J. W. Collier 200 1.30
2541- R. Walker 7 .,.
2542- A. T. Sanford 310 1.70
2543- John McNeal 20 1.30
2544- John Hlckey 30 .15
2547 R. C Lund COO 3.00
2510 F. B. McCracken 5S0 2.?0
2550 H. S, A'.I-sys 5 .02V.
2551 H. IJ. AUpVs 10 .05
2552 H. It. Alloys 10 .05
2553 H. B. Alleys 10 .0T
2531 H. B. Alloys 13 .06',i
2553 Otto Holtz 2'"0 1.80
2556 C. F. Ercanbrack 575 2.S7'o
255S W. J. Browning GS5 2.92',A
2i5D C. F. Warren 3S0 l.OO
25fiO M W Taylor 55 .27
501 J. A. Pollock 225 1.12
2EG2 Frank Hall 415 2.07'4
2503 Hudson Sons & Co SO .40
25C-t Hudson Sons & Co 232 l .16
2Cfi5 R. L. Colburn 215 1.07A
2SCG E. A. King 90 .15 "
2507 W. P. Lynn 40 20
2of8 A. Anderson 2C0 1.30
25f J. M. Burt 90 .45
2570 Marcla D. Burnham 2W 1.30
2571 A. V. McCornlck 2S0 1 40
2572 W. W. Armstrong 170 .S3
2T73 W. J. Mclntyre 25 .124
2574- rE. W. Cason 7 03',-j
257" H. .7. Fault. Jr 10 .03
2!V7r Fred Mathews (3 .371.
2577 Trvlnc & Mason 55 .271
2575 Irvlno &. Mason SO .40
2570 Trvlno & Mnson 7S .39
25s0 R. L. Colburn 20 .10
25S1-W. B. Hancc 10 .03
S5S2 F. E. McGurrin 10 .03
25S3DeW!tt B." Lowe 10 .03
2554 Cora A. Smith 35 " .19
25S3 R. E. Miller 34 .17
25SO-Roo A. Deal 3G .IS
2557- -J. H. Stalllnss 27 MV3
2riS Geo. Z. Edwards 93 .49
2C02 E. M. West 1,000 5.00
2tX3 E. M. West 1.000 5.00
2C04TC. M. West L00O 5. 00
2003 E. M. West 1.000 5.CO
2C0i;-E. M. West 1.000 5.00
2C07 E. M West 1.000 5.00
And in accordance with law nnd tho or
der of tho board of directors, made on tho
14th day of October, 1D03, so many shares
of each parcel of such stock as mav bo
necessary will be sold at room 225 D F
Walker building. Salt Lako City, Utah, on
the 4th day of January. 1901. nt tho hour
of 2 o'clock p. m.. to pay delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with the cost
of advertising and expenses of tho sale.
R T. BURTON, JR.. Secretary.
Room 225 D. F. Walker building.
At a meeting of tho board of directors of
tho Joe Bowers Mining Co . held this 4th
day of January, 1504, thw above date of
aalo of delinquent stock Is hereby post
poned until Saturday, the ICth day of Jan
uary, 1901. at the same hour and placo.
R. T. BURTON. JR . Secretary
Room 225 D. F. Walker building r377
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Ei HO I the .Burlington?
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I have been in the passenger busi- 1
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i about traveling. a
I have got it s3Tstemalized, and
can give you some help in ways
IPW that won't occur to you. Write to
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signers for further information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of John T. R Hicks, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to tho undersigned at 201-3-5
Descret Newn building. Salt Lako City,
Utah, on or beforo tho 10th day of May.
A. D. 1904. JOHN U. HICKS.
Administrator of the estate of John T. R.
Date of ilrst publication, January 4, A.
TN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah.
In the mattor of the estnto of Georgo
A. Lowe, devaaed Notice.
Tho petition of Anna M. Lowe, the ex
ecutrix of the cstalo of George A. Lowe,
deceased, praying for the .settlement of
final account of said executrix, and for
tho distribution of the residue of said
catato to tho persona entitled, hns boon
set for hearing on Friday, tho 22nd day
of January, A. D. 1901, at ten o"clock a
in , at the county courthouse, in tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, -with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 0th day of
January, A. D. 1001. JOHN JAMES.
Bv J. U. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy Cleik.
Geo. L. Nvc, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN ' THJfc DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah.
In tho matter of tho estate of John A.
Jenkins, df-coascd. Notice.
The petition of Minnie R Torpv, ad
ministratrix of the estate of John A.
Jenkins, deceased, praying for tho set
tlcmor.t of final account of said adminis
tratrix and for tho distribution of the
residuo of said estate to tho persons en
titled, htH been set for hearing on Fri
day, iho 22nd day of January. A. D. lf-04,
at "ten o'clock a m.. at tho county court
house, in the courtroom of said court. In
Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness tho cicrk of said court, with
th seal thereof affixed, this Oth day of
January, A. D. 1001. 'JOHN JAMES,
Bv J. U. Eldrcdge. Jr., Deputy Clerk.
Pierce, Critchlow &. Earrc-ttc, Attorneys
for Petitioner. r711
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lnko coun
ty. State ot Utah. iiw
In tho matter of the cstato of Vvllllam
W. Take, deceased Notice.
Tho petition of Mary Ann Take, pray
ing for tho Issuance to herself of letters
of administration In the estate of William
W. Tukc, deceased, lias been set for
hearing on Friday, the 22r.d day of Jan
uary. A. D. 1001. at ton o'clock a. m.,
at the county courthouse, In tho court
100m of said court, in Salt Lake City, Sail
Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of
January. A. D. 1091. JOHN JAMES.
Bv David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
VsMley L Brown, Attorney for Peti
ASSESSMENT NOTICE NO. 2.
St. Louls-Vassar Mining and Milling
company, a corporation organized under
tho laws of the Stnte of Utah. Location
of principal placo of business, Salt Lake
CI lv, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of tho board of directors of said corpora
t'on held on the thlrty-tlrnt (31st) day of
December, 1P03. an assessment of two (2)
cents per share was levied upon the capi
tal stock of Ihq corporation, payable Im
mediately to Yv". E. Lake, bocrolury, at the
hanking houso of Walker Bros., bankers,
Salt Lake City, Utah, and that any stock
upon which this assessment remains un
paid on the first tlst) day of February,
V04. will bo delinquent and advertised for
spIo' at public auction, and unless payment
Is made before, will bo sold on the eight
eenth CISth) day of February. 1?0I, to pay
the delinquent assessment, together with
', cost oi advertising and expense of sale.
Tho said ossessment is levied oy order
. of the stockholders holding and represent
1 nig more than two-thirds of tho capital
stock. W. E. LAKE, Secretary.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Pembroke Stationery
company will bo held at Its office, In Salt
Lake, on tho 19th day of January, 190-1, at
5 p. m., to vote upon amendments to tho
articles of Incorporation to Increase tho
capital stock of cald corporation, and In
creasing tho number of directors. '
A. B. PEMBIi' ?. Secy.
Sampson Mining company, secretary's
office, aulte 700 McCornlck block, Salt Lako
City, Utah. January 4. 190-1.
Notice. There aro delinquent upon tho
following-described stock on account of
nyecssmcnt No. 10. levied November 21,
l!i03, tho several amounts Bet opposite tho
names of tho respective shareholders as
Xnmt. tlficatc. Shares. AmL
J. H. Reese 336 370 $7.40
G. Gambrlll 337 370 7.40
L. B. Smith 3C0 203 4.1C
Hubbard r. Reed... 324 4S.767 075.34
And In accordance with law and tho or
der of tho board of directors made Novem
ber 21. 1903, so many shares of each parcel
of stock as may bo necessary will bo sold
at auction at suite 700 McCornlck block,
Salt Luke City. Utah, on Wednesday, Jan
uary 20, 1901, at 4 p. m., to pay delinquent
assessment thereon, together with cobb
of advertising and expense of sale.
r3C H, H. GREEN, Secretary.
PROBATE AND QTJARDIANSHlMlS 1
Connult County Clerk or the respecti -signers
for .further Information.'
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRGiiH. i n
division. In nnd for Salt Lake couavlMEfciG
Stato of Utah. In tho mattor of theBtP'
tatc nnd guardianship of JoBcph P., EvoiJ
fit. Vaughn A.. Adallne, Ray C. and Mln JH -nlo
Cutler minors. Notice. ! "
Tho DCtltion of Heber S. Cutler. ih.Mu
guardian of the persons and tho eBtattiBTrCQ
of Joseph P. Cutler ot al., minors, foBjWfc3
confirmation of aaio of tho followlngliJKJif
scribed real estate, to wit: All of lotsB?
sind 8, In block one 0) of tho People's CoK '
Operative Institution, first addition, UB. :
Lehl City. Utah county. Utah, for thE i
sum of $50.00, and upon the followliMfOl
terms, to wit: Cash, as appears from thSt!"
return of salo, filed In this court, has btKl.
set for hearing on Friday, the 15th day aflt HI
January, A. D. 1501, nt 10 o'clock a. m . tWtsi
tho county courthouse, In tho courtroonBEv
of said court. In Salt Lako City, SaMfC
Lnko county, Utah. jjW
Witness tho Clerk of said court. vdtfillB
the seal thereof affixed, this 31st day amrWs '
December, A. D. lf03. JWitf.
ISeal. JOHN JAMES, Clprk.il W1
By J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Doputy Clerk. iisp, ,
Don V. Harwooil. Attorney. fE'11
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTniCTlK
court, In nnd for Salt Lako county, StatJK
of Utah. Department No. 1 '-Hi-
In tho mattor of tho cstato of MarjjKpfln'
L. Dash, docoad Notice. vCfraffl
The petition of Georgo Dash praying foi Sri-p,
the admission to probate of a certain doc- I
umcnt. purporting to be a transcript bl ft1'3'
tho last will and testament of Mary n tigtW
Dash, deceased, and for the granting ol g
letters testamentary to himself, has beer
set for hearing on Friday, 'ho 22nd daj
at January, A. D. 1904, at ten o'clock fa
m., at the county rourthouse. in the J?-ri
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lak HIT
City. Salt Lake county, Utah. ? 'jd'.in
Witness the clerk of said court, with Zri
tho seal thereof affixed, this 7th day ol . i,
January, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES, a if01
(Seal) Clerk.; ftMf
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Rogers & Street and J. J. Guhcen, At l1
tornoys for Petitioner. J'from
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICTS' to 1
court. In and for Salt Lake county, State! ruL I
of Utah. Department No. 1. a-
In the matter of tho estate of Clara Zt erS
Dooley, deceased. Notice. "u W
Tho petition of George Jay Gibson ".ma
praying for the admission to probato ol Lr
a certain document, purporting to be the innUf
last will and testament of Clara Z. Doo Jin
ley, deceased, and for tho granting ol
letters testamentary to George Jay Olb; fcvlD(
son, has been set for hearing on Frl' trol
day, the 22nd day of January, A. D. 1MW T.
at ton o'clock a. m.. at the county court- Jr
houso. In the courtroom. of said court It
Salt Lako City. Salt Lake county, Utah" ,
Witness tho clfrk of said oourt, wltt V i
tho seal thereof affiled, this 7th day o:
January. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
(Seal) Clerk.? ft1'
David B. Davlcs. Doputy Clerk.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for P c
tltloner. f V
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRfSnU
bate division, In and for Salt Lake couny ol
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter' of thSfcamt
eotato of James Johnston, deceased. NotdUor
tlce. ' J4 -
The petition of Blanca J. Johneton4n-p
praying for the Issuance to hersolf of let'
ter3 of administration In tho cstato oftl
James Johnston, deceased, has been MjBjJnbt
for hearing on Snturdny. the 16th day
January. A. D. 1P04. at 10 o'clock a. m., allfcew
the county courthouse, in the courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lakr
county, Utah. Y
Witness tho clerk of said court, 'wltlmjr.
the seal thereof affixed, this 4th day o5
January, A. D. WL JOHN JAMES. 'jBiT-lJ
By David B. Davie?, Deputy Clerk. Kffall
Thomas Adams. Attorney for Petltlonerinti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROW "rj
bate division, in and for Salt Lako couriPt"
ty. Stato of Utah. Vr"?a
In tho mattor of tho estate of Georgo
Lowe, deceased. Notice. Ifier
Tho petition of Anna M. Lowe, the
ecutrlx of the estate of Georgo A. L6'Tm'
deceased, for confirmation of the sdleJMI"1
the following described real and PcrsoMBPy.
property of said decedent, to wlf RS
undivided intercut In the "Toledo." Ml
"Tlkura." tho "TlKura No. 1." and aKr Jl
"Pilot Knob1' lodo mining claims, anm
an undivided 2-3 Interest in the "Vent- w
zucla," the "Venezuela No. 2," and "I.lonV
lode mining claims, In Deep Creek mini
Ing district. Nevada, nnd 7o,000 shares ol tn
stock in the Mldvale Mlnin? Co., a cor- . 1
poratlon, for tlue sum of $600.00. and upon tu
tho following terms, to wit: Cash upou r
confirmation, aa appears from the return f c
of sale, filed In this court and also tho pe. rdo
titlon of said executrix for authority tf Wt
transfer certain property held In trust by Jikl
said deceased, has been set for hcarln ints
on Friday, the 22nd day of January, A. D. th
1901, at ten o'clock a m., at the county &tei
courthouse. In the courtroom of said ' -eacl
court, In Salt Iako City. Salt Lako coun ibMt
ty Utah " etar
WitneMB tho clerk of said court, with &the
the seal thereof affixed, this 9th day ol x.t
January, A. D. 190L JOHN JAMES, : scor
(Seal) Clerk." tee i
Bv J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk 1 Ue
Geo L. Nvc, Attorney for Petitioner. J L-e
. rid w.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PKO- r-
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun- A
ty, State of Utah. i
In tho matter of the estato of Georff n( ,
J. Woodllng, deceased. Notice. : xi-
The petition of James II Woodllng and "
Reason L. Woodllng praying for tho Is- -ms
suanco to R. D. McDonald of letters of Ijhc
administration In tho estato of George ce
J. Woodllng. deceased, has been 6Ct for r(
hearing on Friday, the 15th day of Jan-
uary. A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a m , at V'
the county courthouse. In the courtroom (U
of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lake county. Utah. . ma
Witness tho clerk of nald court, with uts
tho seal thereof affixed, this 31at day
of December, A. D. 1903. t t .
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. J "A
Bv David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. 1
Frank Hoffman. Attorney 11 tk
NOTICE TO WATER USERS. fjK
State P:nginccr' Office, Salt Lake Cftjffej
Utah. Dec. 19. 1903. nJtBtf1
Notice Is hereby given that the Contli.
nental Mines and jSmcltlng corporation. , 1
by Henry M. Crowthcr. its man- ?P
ager whoso postofflco address La
Salt Lake City, Utah, has mad? Jcfc
annllcation In accordonco with tho rer (.
qulrcmonts ot chapter 100 of tho ScDsioa H
Laws of Utali. 1903, to appropriate one 0),
second foot of tho water of Llttlo Cotton- W
wood creok. situated In Salt Lako county "(a a
Utah, to bo diverted by moans of an Inr ,t
take box and pipe at a point immediately
above the Junction of tho north fork or fef
said Little Cottonwood creek, from wnlca,
place tho water will be conducted In 5
nlpo for a. distance of about 2500 feot, antS t,of
there to be used from January 1st to De-; Ke 0
ccmbor 31ut. Inclusive, of each year for,
genoral domestic purposes, Including tt
cxllnculshmcnt of firca. at tho ContU TJW
nentaT-Alta mine, situated above the tOTraKJ. t
of Alta. in Llttlo Cottonwood mining dls-Wt
trlct. It Is Intended that only the l3flerPtri
nart of said water will bo consumed. nnclu
that the Greater part of It will be returned
to the .Natural channel of said Little Cot-t-!r
tonwood creel: at a point where said north f
fork connects with the main stream. ..1tm
All protostB against the granting of JU&Bjx
application, stating the reasons
must be made In writing and filed In JhMt
office after thirty (20) days and beforVK
sixty (CO) days from tho dato hereof. ?Khc
A. F. DO REMUS, State Engineer. (By,
First publication, Dec 19th; last. Jan. e"ai
Notice Is hereby given that there wnfcj,
ho a mooting of the members of the
Presbyterian church of Salt La "'nM
in the parlors of said church, on the cojjj
nor of Second South and Second Ef3
Btrcots, In Salt Lako City. Utah,
W.-dncsday evening. January 20th. aWl
at o'clock p in., for tho P"nose of 5
Incorporating said church, n1tl1h00!lJK?i
officers of ouch ,ncorpor6Uon. nnjN;
transacting such other business In ?"
ncction with said reincorporation as
como beforo said meeting.
By order of tho session. At
WILLIAM M. Pa2e:'JjK
President and Pastor.jp,
Henrv G. McMillan, Secretary. SST
Salt Lake City, Utah, January 4, 1SJWJ