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nJI The Salt "Lake TbibthsEi Monday MoBrnsTG, Februaky 15, 1904. 7 I
d THE RIOT ACT
JB cai)nn Denounces the
fl Knockers In Guard.
THEY TALK TO! MUCH
IjLoiil Office Scrts1o th
n ! Nawspaptrs,
; Lto Be Made to Secure a Better
$i elmoiy-Another Meeting to Be
:7 '! Held February 28th.
'A- L feature of the meeting of the 2Ca
Siard officers held at the arm
fi P"Xdny was a heart-to-heart,
5 f,5ftom.tl.cshoulder talk by
S john Q cannon on "What I
JK About Knockers." As a matter
mL Gen Cannon pretty well mo
tlE thc Proceedings, although It
'BBfctly V5"'1 hi fault-
fEtt a full attendance of offi
Kf the cUv companies, but if there
nJ: sny knockers present they had
J!? for not caring to meet the Gen
SSitmarts in the open. It was also
Jfljto tbat the General's call for eug
"fiwkiiin regard to some means which
mto b adopted to revive interest in
'mxetional Guard, to the end that it
Wtbe strengthened to at least its
fflw&m reaulrcment, was followed by
4l&-Col. Dr. Beer finally suggested
ViL i creditable armory would do as
jll .s anything he could think of to
TSf old members and bring in new
tK, snd it was decided to hold an
"iJEs meeting on Sunday. February
1'fc.forthe express purpose of devls
n and means of securing a new
S CANNON'S PLAIN TALK.
3 -mjc is no question," said Gen.
befl, ,:that there has been too much
sanding on thc part of some of
- 1st of the Guard loo much criticism
hjFi I Jhtlr -superior officers. The non
Islaioned officer has no more light
ipetlon the wisdom of any policy
rft by the commanding officer
sstas thc private to question the
arJ$ of the non-commiesloned officer
fEjrf him out to drill
't'tch work Is pure disloyalty and
elbg else. It is a violation of the
Mirhlch everj' officer has taken; It
discipline and brings confus
dlsruptlon. If thc commanding
y pursues a wrong- policy thc
bllity rests with that author
s the duty of subordinates to
carry out the policy deter
pon. to the best of their ability.
ODT HAS BEEN LEAKING,
d matter? of Importance havo
vulged which could not have
vulped without the violation.
:one, of thc regulations. I have
hlncp. on the streets which I
yet heard officially, and which
i" should have come to me
.tcifh the regular channels before bc
...i Side common public property. The
IBM) i&,the flesh and thc devil knew of
IS. .1 a of the recent resignations before
gj' r is'ere even presented to thc of
Yttti si v,ho must act upon them.
&& His Is all wrong. I do not blame
wh ijjwjpapers. It is perfectly legitl-
" a fcr thepi to get thc news from
'Oliver source It is obtainable, but It
ili a cot show the proper spirit in the
ad for these matters to be hawked
JD Rt so promiscuously. If you have
vt& to make, for goodness' sake
Ihem in the proper way. Be
' ch; about it There Is none so high
if, A Wit can be shielded from charges,
&u) 1. his done wrong, and none so low
j th cannot be protected from an
M H think, however, that it should be
lH -.. 'rare and policy of the newspa--t
flu-lthe public to sustain tho Xa
)V ! Guard, rather than to tear it
Le JJ. H has been a hard struggle to
i H "P. and thc State should be
m to keep It at least to Its present
It5?5 11 Is not a" agreeable serv-
X cm Kb l cure.
ll.ALL W0UL GLADLY QUIT.
'..Wtrttume there is hardly a member
tr,vEl 'no would not be glad to get
T"jMl? he could withdraw with the as--Bw
i 1 lhc Guard would go for
3&km, llhout hls fd. But it should
ils9-W fitter Of Strife nrlflo in zhn thnt
5"'sJ tLi 50 Jrward. There are good
xrsi 2T ViEf0re now ln way of Gov
hi , ad lf we wiU only Keep the
r-"tl&n in good working order."
?g fcl'QUET FROM GEN. HALL.
13 f'tt,?I1lon quoted Acting Adjt-
f? v .fls havlP complimented the
"nii i nil tl?lal Grd very highly, on
.2 ingth of rePrts which he had .
t u .C0?cerninP Jta Bood work.
'ait u Smltu of the signal corps
to g. 'hat the Generai had said
fc ' fe-, S0fkcr5' and expressed the
. 1 they hould be disciplined
,j- a , Jr Soldierly conduct.
HALL NEEDED IN NEPHI.
- Ml lr );Uldrews 0( te JCephi com
UllRrV1l,fas Pnt, stated that tho
C IWt bii ,oC nl3 company was a ult
tiir which to drill and hold
Mmd hHo sald tnat a citizen of
vB4i v ii propo8od that would
wlltt c, . or tho Purpose, provided
vUvl nlite,woultl take a lease upon
,,Jf , of three years, but he
. Rt tne Governor was
Hlfc :nif Ing Into contracts that
c 5 Upon n,s successor in
JwtVith j Andrew8 wax confident
mWtt M. ecent n-rniory fully 75 per
BwiwEIh mpany would re-enllst at
mwllon,C their present terms of
-flWilnfl. cn- Cannon promised to
iftUWt oi ,uUc"cc wlt" the Governor in
S-iSL.?0RK F0R AX ARMORY.
.'cfi&L11 tl,cre, ,s a falrly
A&WVtbr c 1 lhc ecir nB of a new
,wa,VLa1 City, the Eastern
hs2n he bulIdlK' which contulns
rWlby iLiarmory hnlng been ad-
m XW thi ci, aEnt here it Is said,
1&imi Would warrant a much
llCrlf' Lleut.-Col. Beer said
Cltf'I-FtxSii . was a matter which
-"lll Uvi" takeu un b the citizens
ctmt y an;t.and tlle auBKestlon was
iTSi'nM ?;heu omccr that It ahould
' 1 J Kutul thc Commercial club.
luSWfttlteLof.. 0fnelal importance
plNlon thc meeting was a com-
T rttui0m 010 adjutant-general
J 5Utar army, asking that a date
be named for an. inspection of tho
Guard by regular army officers. It was
decided to aok that thtB inspection- be
deferred until April 10th. t possible, by
which time new uniforms would be re
ceived and, it was hoped, the Guard
would be In better form for the in
spection. Gen.' Cannon expressed the opinion In
private conversation that the trouble
which had come up in the Guard was
only the result of the natural reaction
ary apathy which was bound to follow
such a campaign aa the Guard had ex
perienced in connection with the coal
strike, and which he believed could be
overcome by well-directed efforts ln thc
line of reviving Interest.
MAKE WAY FOR
ACTRESS WELL KNOWN IN SALT
. LAKE WILL TAKE A HAND
IN THE WAR.
According to some of the "Eastern pa
pers, Blanohc Bates, who appeared hero
a year ago last summer as "Cigarette" in
"Under Two Flags." la going to organize
a corps of trained nurses, whoso services
eho will offer to tho Japanese ln tho war
with Russia. Dr. Nicholas Senn will bo
thc Intermediary. Miss Bates has lived in
Japan and has a warm affection for that
NYhen the corps Is equipped no battle
will be started until tho nurses come trip
ping onto tho field, accompanied bv an
orchestra and s(nglng something llko'this:
"Wc do not fear tho shots to hear, '
Nor dread tho fierce campalgnski;
JL'b been our biz to hear the fizz
fAn popping of champagnskl.
"Then como along and hear our song
Mld roaring cannonovltches.
Though torn by shell, we'll mako you well
With ten or twenty Hitches.
"And who are wc? Kind sir, you see,
We aro Blanche Bates's nurses;
So ease your mind, for thCro behind
Aro lots of nice, black hearses."
ARE CiUNTRY GIRLS
RUINE1 IN TOWN?
Salt Laker Makes Some Sensible Ob-
servations Through, the Columns
of the Richfield Reaper.
Editor Reaper: I would beg to have a
short space In your valuable paper. I read
an article In tho last Reaper about tho
downfall of girls who came to Salt Lako
to work as domestics.
In reply I would 3ay that a girl can be
Just as good In Salt Lake as in any other
place. If they are good In thc country
they will also be Rood ln this city, because
no man is going to trouble a girl who car
ries herself wlUi respect
Tho officer who said that servant girls
are called fast women must not havo been
here very long or ho would know better.
Wh2n he says there arc so many more
servant girls going wrong than there aro
clerks and stenographers, I beg to state
that thc rcverso Is tho case. Now. I don't
say there Is no wrong going on In Salt
Lake, because there Is too much of It. But
1 think It is a sluimo to give all thc blane
to tho poor servant girl who Is working
hard for a respectable living.
1 would also say a few words about the
people who havo to hire help. There are
a good many places where they will try
to do what Is right by tho girls If thc lat
ter will only listen to good advice. But
a good manv plrls, when they come here
from tho country, so thoy arc out of their
parents' reach, don't think anyone has
any right to counsel or correct thorn.
Some girls have come to me and said that
they had left thc place they had been
working at. I would ask them why. They'
would answer: "Oh, the old woman won t
let me slay out at night, and I won't stay
ln at night for anybody."
Now, this Is only a few of the servant
girls, because most of them ore tired when
their work Is done and like to stay at
home. But I would say to parents that
if your girls can't take care of them
selves, keep them locked up, because they
aro not safe In tho country towns any
more than they are ln Salt Lako. It
parents would train their girls right, both
in Salt Lako and ln the country, they
wouldn't be led astray so easily.
Don't run tho servant girls down becauso
they have to work hard enough for tho
little they get.
Bv the way, who do you think would
make the besi wife for a poor man a ser
vant girl or a stenographer?
Salt Lake, February 2, 1POI.
Called an American disease. Is cured by
an American medicine, originated and
prepared ln tho most catarrhal of Amer
That medlcino Is Hood's Sarsaparllla.
it cures radically and permanently, in
that It removes the cause cleansing the
blood of Hcrofulous and all other Impuri
ties, It overcomes all tho cffccls of ca
tarrh, too, and builds up the wholo system.
A MULTITUIE F SUCH.
Mr. John Thorgeirson Writes to a
New York Paper Denying
John Thorgierson of Thistle, Utah, writes
this to tho Independent of New York:
"I hold tho degroe of a high priest in
the Mormon church, and I have been
through thc Temple and received my en
dowmcnts, and seen them administered to
others over and over again; and the truth
Is that there is no OHth administered ln
the Temple, and not oven ono word said
to encourage ono to be disloyal to tho
United States. There Is no oath con.
ncctod with any ordination, nor with an
ofTIclnl aot or Installation In thc Mormon
church. Polygamy is no longer a part of
our religion, and Is never taught, nor en
tered Into. Wc bcllevo that It Is In tho
UnUed States that Christ will establish
his millennial reign." ,
On which the Independent makes this
dry comment- "Wo have no doubt that
it multitude of such witnesses can bo
brought In defense of Mr. Smoot's right
to a seat In tho United States Senate."
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF CiERM
Is the Only Positive Way o Having
an Effective Cure.
If you 6Co a woman or a man with lux
uriant glossy hair, you may be euro nei
ther has dandruff to amount to anything.
In nearly every caee where tfomon and
men have thin brittle hair, they owe it
tS dandruff. There aro hundreds of prep
araUoiu that "olalm" to cure duaruft
but not ono but Ncwbro'o Herplcldo tolls
yu that dandruff ! the result of a germ
burrowing into the scalp, and that por
t euro of dandruff and lto con8e
quent falling and baldncs can a.Hy b
Bold by foadlns: druggy. Send 10c ; In
stamps for sample to The Herplcldo Co
GEORGE J. GOULD
IN MOFFAT LINE
Salt Lake-Denver Road Now Asso
ciated With tho Western Pacific
by Close Watchers.
Thore Is beginning to be the same vague,
indefinite air about tho financing of tho
Moffat road that Is so conspicuous ln tho
older companies operating railroads. When
a banquet was proposed for D.' H. Moffat
several years ago by Denver cltlzcps who
wished to show their appreciation for the
magnificent enterprise ho had undertaken,
ho said It would bo thc part of wisdom to
wait until tho road was built before the
banquet tablo was spread. This sensible
blunt speech served notice upon tho pub
lic that tho road was an Individual enter
prise and that D. II. Moffat would be en
titled to tho banquet when It was finished.
This was several years ago, and recent
ovents have so shaped themselves that
financial circles aro beginning to gossip
about tho Moffat road and say that It Is
too great an enterprise to bo undertaken
by ono man.
A Western railroad official talking In
Now York to a financial reporter of the
Wall Street Journal, Is reported to havo
said that the exigencies of tho railroad
situation In thc West demand that George
Gould secure control not only of thc Mof
fat line, but of thc Western Pacific. If
Gould does not secure control of the Mof
fat line and tho Western Pacific, says the
Western railroad man. Hill, Kurriman and
the Rock Island people will leave him
with a Western railroad system on Mils
hands that has no outlet to thc Pacific
coast and take away the through business.
It is pointed out that D. H. Moffat said
In 1002 that 522.500.000 of Denver, North
western & Pacific bonds were syndicated.
The time since then has seen tho bones
of many syndicates bleaching on the finan
cial sands and It Is given aa a shrowd
Kuess that only a syndicate backed by the
enormously powerful Gould Interests
would stand the test of having capital to
that amount locked up. Thc condition or
tho road. Its SO-pound rails and roadbed
of finest construction. Is taken as another
ovldence that It is not to bo a mere local
line between hero and Salt Lake, but a
great highway of commerce along which
tho Gould tonnage will roll, while the
Denver & Rio Grande, a longer route by
over 100 miles, will be made tho subsi
diary line. The cash outlay of building
the road Is said to bo ovor J-10,000 a mile,
and there will bo 500 miles of track
Tho Western Paclllc will be about 1200
miles long, and this, with tho 500 miles
of Moffat road, will make a great rail
road building enterprise. Thc 17,000 tons
of steel rails that are needed to furnish
these two roads will bo made In Colorado
by tho Colorado Fuel and Iron company.
Ono tunnel of tho Moffat road Is to cost
?2,EOO,000 Thcso stupendous operations
cannot be allowed to go on without there
being plenty of gossip about them In tho
commercial world. It Is hardly conceiva
ble that one man could finance such an
undertaking as the Moffat roud, and tho
light gossip of the street and the more
serious talk of tho money centcrw secma
bent on conveying tho notion that tho
money has como from the hands of tho
All thcso rumors aro persistently denied
by Mr. Moffat, and thcro seems to bo no
indication on his part that he will forcpo
tho right to eat the banquet that ho post
poned until he hod his road completed.
MURRAY NEWS ITEMS.
A brother and a sister of Dr. Bird from
Kansas arc visiting here.
Mrs. Charles Klcnk has been suffering
from a cold for a week or so.
Mrs. Catherine Watklns Mantlo o
Taylorsville died February Sth.
William Golden was sontenced to serve
ten days ln jail for drunkenness.
Thc Valley Smeltcrmon's union To. 9D
will give a valentine ball this evening.
Erik Erlkson and daughter. Fay, aro
recovering from an attack of diphtheria
The Murray "03" club wilt meet -with
Dr. and Mrs. Bird noxt Tuesday evonlng.
Miss Ruth Stcffeirson, thc assistant
postmaster, has recovered from a sevcro
Mrs, Hannah Ostlund, tho oldest resi
dent of Sandy, died on the Cth of this
Laura Gilbert, tho S-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Gilbert, died with
Mrs. Frank Bell, who has been sick for
somo time, will leave within a few days
for Los Angeles, Cal.
Mrs. Wright and son Claude, from
Sprlngvlllc. have been visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. George Scott.
The Ladles' aid of tho Baptist church
Is arranging a social for tho evening of
The Ladles' aid of the M. E. church will
meet at the home of Mrs. Edith F. S.nith
Wednesday, February 17th, at 2 p. m.
The Rev. J. C. Andrews Is recovering
from an illness which has kept him con
fined to his room for a number of days.
Charles Durand had chargo of thc Juplor
class and Miss Mary J. rtao led the regu
lar service last Sunday night at tho Bap
Anton, tho 7-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Landahl, succumbed to diph
theria February 9th. Another son 9 years
old Is suffering with tho sa-no dlscaso
An entertainment was given for tho ben
flt of the families of Gleason and
Brighton, the murdered streetcar men, at
the opcra-houso. The hall was moderately
At the City Council meeting routine
business was transacted. Thc co.nmlttce
appointed to work out a plan to eolvo the
water and lire question stated that a re
port would be given at the next session.
An explosion occurred when a servant
girl employed by Mrs. Emma Winder filled
tho kitchen range with coal. Tho ranco
was demolished and tho cooking utensils
blown away. It Is thought that giant
powder had found its way into a piece of
The ruins of tho Baden block, recently
destroyed by fire, are belnit cleared away
and a new structure equipped with all
modern accommodations will rlso as quick
as labor can accomplish It. O. Badon, tho
proprietor, was reimbursed by tho Insur
ance company to thc amount of $1100.
Thero is a movement on foot hero to
build a first-class hotel and also a union
hall largo enough to accommodato the
different fraternal societies. It Is thought
that buildings of that kind would benefit
Murray greatly and be tho means to ad
vertlso the town and bring It Into promi
nence It ha.s been suggested to form a
stock company and ralso from 500,000 to
J55.000 for this purpose.
nHI I MAKCRB Of
IH CLUETT AND ARROW COLLARS JH
LETTER ABOUT A C0D6H.
Published by Our Well-Known Drug
gist, Druehl & Franken, Who Claim
Vinol Will Cure, or They Will Re
Tin's letter wn9 written by the Hon.
H. Mason, member of the City Coun
cil, Jacksonville, Fla. When a man
coughs like that, loses flesh, has no
appetite and cannot sleep, It Is time to
worry, and it Is also time to be very
careful to choose only the surest rem
edy to make strength, create appetite,
and stop the cough. This one sure,
guaranteed remedy 19 Vinol.
Mr. Mason writes; "I contracted a
severe cold which it seemed Impossible
to cure. It settled on n-.y lungs, caus
ing a hard cough which kept me awake
nights andi soon weakened my system
so that I was ln a very bad condition.
Vinol was recommended, and I began
its use. Soon tho cough stopped, I slept
well, my lungs healed rapidly, my
strength returned, and I gained in flesh
and health. In fact, this wonderful
cod-liver oil medicine restored me to a
perfect condition, and I feel better and
younger than I have for years. There
Is nothing like Vinol to cure a hard
cough and to build up a run-down sys
tem." Vinol contains no oil or sickening
drugs to upset the stomach and retard
Its work, and in all cases of throat,
bronchial and lung troubles, wherever
old-fashioned cod-liver oil and emul
sions will do good, Vinol is guaranteed
to do far more good, or wo return your
money Try It on our guarantee.
Druehl & Franken and Smith Drug Co.
BETWEEN' THE TEETH
Nature provides and thoso we make,
tho difference Is so slight that only an
expert could tell them apart If be
cause of previous dissatisfaction with
dental work you question this state
ment, let us bog you to call on us and
get tho names of porsons who know.
As to prices, hero aro a few:
22-k. Gold Crowns JS.OO
Bridge work, per tooth G.00
Full Set of Teeth 5.00
Gold Fillings $1.00 and up
Sliver Fillings BO
Painless Extracting E0
THE HIGHEST CLASS OF DEN
TISTRY AT THE LOWEST PRICES
IS OUR MOTTO.
Guarantco given with all work. Lady
attendant. Hours, S to 8. Sunday, 10
Boston Dental Parlors
120 S. Main.
1 Flavoring S
4m Some ' Extracts" arc not fe
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saw a vanilla bean. They are
colored water and chemicals. 2
If you knew it, you'd be an- W
A gry at the dealer and rightly,
Best way Is to buy our Pure 7
flft Vanilla Extract real vanilla S
K (come In and see the beans
W and all as wc make It) 25c a W
A bottle Worth half a dozen oft
! chemical "vanillas."
flB Telephone No. 100 for a trial W
a bottle 25c. We'll deliver It &
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w Southeast Corner Main and Z
mk Third South Streets, Salt V
K Lake City. Q
W AGENTS FOR LIQUOZONE. Q
$3.50 Worth of Value '
For Men and Women.
238 and 240 Main st. 'Phone 695.
ll Wo want you to use
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I It Is perfectly puro and Its results
will pleaso nnd SATISFY the axost
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j HEWLETT BROS. CO.
A UVELY TIME
With tho plumbing Is unnecessary If you
will let us look aftor your work in that
line. Wo do not leave a Job half done and
things don't happen to tho householder
that makes him want to kill thc plumber.
We arc first-class plumbers
IN EVERY RESPECT
But one. Our bills arc so small that peo
ple think of tho old-time charges with,
malice In their hearts.
I. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
103 East First South. Telcphono 752.
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I DEALERS IN 1
1 New York Stocks,
1 Bonds, Grain
I and Provisions.
9 Stocks bought and sold on margin -.
H or for cash. rj
II Continuous quotations direct from J
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m We have a special department for I
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N Rooms 211-212 D. F. Walker Block. U
Armstrong, Schirmer & Co.
(Members New York and Boston Stock
146 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass.
London Correspondents, Ward, Arm
strong fc Co.
Special Attention Given to Orders for
Utah Mining Stocks.
ONTARIO CONSOLIDATED GOLD
Special Stockholders' Meeting.
A special meeting of thc stockholders of
tho Ontario Consolidated Gold Mining
company is hereby called to meet at tho
office of Snyder &. Wight, 125 David Keith
block, Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday, the
22nd day of February, 10OJ. at 10 o'clock
Said meeting Is called for the purposo ot
considering and voting upon the following
1. To remove all or any of tho directors
of &ald ccmpanj, and In case of tho re
moval of any of said directors, to fill all
vacancies occasioned thereby.
2. To chance thc general office of tho
company and tho ploco of meetings from
Salt Lako City to Park City. Utah.
sXJS J- E. LUCEY. President.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-.
Notice Is hereby given that tho annual
meeting of tho stockholders of tho Emer
ald Mining company of Utah for the elec
tion of officers and directors and for tho
transaction of any such other business as
shall lawfully como before it, will be
held on Tuesday, tho lt5th day of Febru
ary. 1901, at 1 o'clock a. m , In the com
pany's offlco. 100 West Second South
street. Salt Lako City. Utah.
J E. OGLESDY.
Secretary Emerald Mining Company.
NOTICE TO HEATING, VENTILAT
ING AND PLUMBING CON
TRACTORS. The Commlttco on Buildings' and
GroundB of tho Board of Education of
Salt Lako Cltv, Utah, will receive bids up
to 11 n. m., Tuesday, Fobruary 23. 1904. at
the boardrooms, city and county building.
Sealed proposal, marked proposal for
heating and ventilating, and sealed pro
posal, marked proposal for plumbing and
sewer connection of thc Lafayette school,
situated ten rods north of tho corner of
North Templo and State streets ln tho
Said building Is to be heated hy low
pn.ssuro gravity return steam beat, with
direct and Indirect radiation and natural
Plans and spcclrtcatlons may bo had at
tho offlco of William Plnney. Superinten
dent of School Buildings, 634 North Socond
Each bid must be for thc full comple-
tlon of the work In all its detail parts.
Each bid must bo accompanied by a cer
tified check mado payable to tho treasurer
of tho Board of Education. This chock
must bo 5 per cent of tho amount of each
bid. Tho same Is to be forfeited to tho
board If tho successful bidder falls to
promptlv enter Into a contract and exu
cuto a "bond satisfactory to the board.
The right to reject all bids Is reserved.
BRIGHAM S- YOUNG.
Chairman of Commlttco on Buildings and
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Charles M.
Freed, plulntlff, vs. Samuel M. McDou
cal W. B. Harwell. J. B. Bonner and E.
T Wilkinson, defendants. Summons.
Tho State of Utah to the suld defend-
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho Horvlce of
tbls summons upon you, if served within
tho county in which this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend the above-ontltled ac
tion, and ln case of your failure 30 to do,
ludgmcnt will bo rendered against you ac
cording to tho demand of the complaint,
which within ten day after sorvlco of
this nummono upon you, will be filed with
the clerk of said court.
BOOTH, LEE & RITCHIE.
, Plalntlff'n Attornoys.
p o Address 162 South Main Btroot, Snlt
Lake City, Utah. rH20
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult. County Clerk or th respectlvt
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato dlvlBlon, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, 8tate of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Rawsel Bradford, deceased.
The petition of William Bradford, tho
administrator of the estate of Rawsel
Bradford, deceased, for confirmation ot
the sale of the following described real
estate of said decedent, to wit: Part of the
northeast quarter of section sovon and
part of tho west half ot tho northwest
quarter of section eight, township two
south of range ono east. Salt Lako
Commencing at a point 9.1S chains north
of the southeast corner of tho northeast
quarter of said section sevon, running
thence north 86 decrees S5 minutes west
21.09 chains; thenco north 1 degrco east
21.32 chains to tho center of a street;
thence along tho center of said street
south CO degrees east C.75 chains, thenco
couth 75 degrees cast 4 chains; thonce
south 79 degrees east 4.30 chains; thence
Bouth SI degrees 30 minutes cast 6.M
chains to the section lino; thenco onward
along tho center lino of said Btrcet south
S3 degrees 20 minutes cast 4.45 chains:
thence south 4.33 chains; thence south SS
degrees cast 3.25 chains; thenco south 1.88
chains; thenco south 10 degrees west B.30
chains; thenco north 77 degrees 30 min
utes west 2.19 chains; thenco south 72 de
grees 10 minutes west 4.71 chains, to a
point on tho section line 13.73 chains south
ot tho Intersection of said road with tho
said section line; thence south 2.65 chains
to tho placo of bcclnnlng, for tho sum of
J2750.00 and upon tho following terms, to
wit: cash upon confirmation, as appears
from tho return of salo, filed In this court,
has been sot for hcarlnp on Friday, tho
19th day of February, A.' D. 1901. at 10
o'clock a. m., at tho county courthouse,
ln the courtroom ot said court. In Salt
Lako City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thorcof affixed, thl3 6th day of
February. A. D. KOI.
fSealJ JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By J U. EldredKC. Jr.. Deputy Clerk,
Cannon, Irvlno & Snow, Attornoys for
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah- In the matter of tho es
tato of Thomas B. Brodcrlck, deceased.
Tho petition of Glenn R. Bothwell, pray
ing for the Issuance to hlmfelf of letter9
of administration In the estate of Thomas
B Brodcrlck. deceased, has heon 3et for
hearing on Friday, tho 26th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the countv courthouse, ln the courtroom
of said court, ln Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
February, A. D. 1W4,
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
James H. Moyle, Attorney for Peti
tioner. IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. Tn thc matter of the es
tate of Robert Howlett, deceased. Notice,
Tho petition of James Duffy, adminis
trator of tho estate of Robert Howlett.
deceased, praying for tho settlement of
final account of said administrator and
for tho distribution of thc residue ot said
estate to the persons entitled, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 26th day of
February. A. D 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at tho county courthouse, ln tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lako county, LTtah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this Sth day of
February, A. D. 1001.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David D. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
D. II. Wcnger, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Charles Maybcrry, deceased.
Tho petition of Adollne Mayborry, tho
administratrix of thc estate of Charles
Maybcrry, deceased, for confirmation of
tho sale of tho following described per
sonal property, to wit- Two 3V4-Inch wag
ons and one 2.-inch wagon, 1 buggy. 1
hay rack, 1 sulky plough. 1 hay rorK. 1
hay knife. 1 elder mill. 1 cream separator.
1 Banquet range, 1 mowing machine, 20
slicks of timber, 1 set of double harness,
1 single bugcy harness, 1 range, 1 bitting
harness, 1 saddle;
Also, the following described horses and
colts now ranging at Hober A. Shulscn's
farm at West Jordan, Utah, to wit: 1 bay
mare. 1 black horse, 1 brown colt 1 year
old, 1 black colt 3 years old. 1 brown colt
3 vears old and 1 buckskin colt 3 years old.
upon tho following terms, to wit. cash
upon confirmation, as appears from the
return of salo filed In this court, has been
ect for hearing on Friday, thc 19th day of
Fobruary, A. D. 1004, at 10 o'clock a. m,,
at the countv courthouse, ln the court
room of said court, ln Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county. Utah
Witness thc Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this Cth day of
February, A. D. 1901. ,
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By J. U. Eldrcdge. Jr.. Deputy Clerk.
William M, Bnidicy, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and fcr Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate ot Thomas F. H. Morton, deceased.
Tho petition of Julia A. C. Morton, tho
executrix of thc estate of Thomas F. H.
Morton, deceased, praying for thc settle
ment of tlnal account of said executrix
and for the distribution of tho residue of
said estate to the persons entitled, has
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 19th
dav of February, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock
a, "m , at tho county courthouse, ln ho
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake countv. Utah.
Witness thc Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 6th day of
Fobruary. A. D. 1904.
fScall JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By J U. EldredKC, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
Cannon. Irvlno it Snow, Attorneys for
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE AND PERSONAL PROP
ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE.
Under authority of an order of salo
Krnnted by tho District court of Salt
Lako county, State of Utah. Probato di
vision, on tho 5th day of June, 1S03, In tho
matter of the estate of Emma H. Adklno,
decnused, 1 will sell at prlvato salo tho
following described real estato and per
sonal property, to wlf
Commencing at tho northwest corner of
Jot 4. block 47, plat "D," Salt Lake City
Burvey; thence south 10 rods; thenco cast
61 feet; thenco northeasterly to .the
north lino ot said lot, 74 foot cast from
tho place of beginning; thenco west 74
feet to tho place of beginning, together
with tho Improvement thereon.
All household furniture and pictures
belonging to tho estato of Emma IT. Ad
klns, deceased, sltuato Jn a dwelllnir
house at No. 374 Fourth street. Salt Lako
Tho F-ll will be made on or after Feb
ruary 12, 1901, and bids will b received at
tho offlco of Wilson & Smith, rooms
70C-8. McCornlck building. Salt Lake City,
Utah. Terms of sale, cash, gold coin of
tho United Stales. 10 per cent of tho bid
payable at tho tlmo of salo and tho bal
anco upon confirmation of tho eale by tho
court. BRIGHAM SMITH.
Administrator of thc Estato or Emma H.
Dated at Salt Lako .City, this 31st day
of January. 1904. rtlSl
Tho shooting grounds of tho undersigned
club will remain clocd this spring from
February 15th to March 15th, 1P04, during
lho tlmo tho Stato gamo law permits
All persons aro warned not to tres
pass or shoot upon said grounds. All
trespassers will bo prosocuted. By ordor
of tho Board of Directors.
BEAR RIVER DUCK CLUB,
Jay T. Harris, Secretary and Treasurer
Salt Lako City, Utah, Fcb 4, 1901, u2S5
vPROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP! i '
NOTICES, ' 'H
. Consult County Clerk or the respective! jH
signers for further Information, I l U
IN THE DIBTRICT COURT. PROBATES
division. In and for Salt Lake county, ,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the M . IH
tato of Margery A. Aldrlch, deceased.' , IH
Tho petition of Zlna (arUn, admintsv
tratrlx of tho estate of Margery A. AM-'
rich, deceased, praying for an order of IH
aln of real property of-said deccdont, and H
that all persons Interested appoar beforo . 1
the said court to show cause why an or- ' H
der should not be granted to sell so much . IH
as shall bo necessary of the following de- H
scribed real estato of said deceased, tor
A certain mortgagn of real estato mad1 I
by Jessie Robblns to deceased, recorded H
In book 4-P of mortgages, pago 559. rftC-
ords of said Salt Lako county, ot tho"
value of approximately $1000,
No. 2, Also lots 7 and 8, block 1, amend-.
ed plat of Linden Park subdivision of lot
11, block 21, five aero plat A, Big Field
No. 3. Also an interest ln tbo following;
described parcel of real estate- Begin- i 1
nlnp 1 rod west of tho northeast corner 1
of lot 4, block 19, plat F. Salt Lako City
survoy, running thenco south 20 rodsj 1
thence cast 6 rods; thence north 20 rods;
and thenco west 6V3 rods to tho placo oC 1
beginning, being tho west o- rods of lot
3, and tho east 1 rod of lot 4 of said block j
19. Tho last pleco described Is subject to
a mortgago lor approximately JS00. Has 1
been set for hearing" on Friday, tho 25th' 1 1
day of February, A, D. 1901. at 10 o'clock j
a. m. at tho county courthouse, ln thei j : '
courtroom ot said court, ln Salt Lako City,' I 'H
Salt Lake county, Utah, i I H
Witness thc clerk of said court, with! J
thc seal thorcof affixed this 13th day of. j, I IH
February, A. D. 1904. ) ll
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. iB
By David B Dav log. Deputy Clerk ' j
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ' ,
bate division, ln and for Salt Lako coun.. 1 IH
ty, State of Utah. In the matter ot tho ; (1
estate of John A. Hill, deceased. Notlco.
Thc objections and cross-petition of , IH
Benjamin R. Hill, praying for the issu-f '
anco to htmeclf of letters of admlnlstra j
tlon in tho estato of John A. Hill, do- r ,
censed, has been set for hearing on FrUj fM
day, the 19th day of February. A. D, 1904,' r IH
at 10 o'clock a, m.. at tho county court-; , IH
houBC.'ln tho courtroom of said court, ltx r IH
Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county. Utah 1 ,
Witness the Clork of said court, with 1 ,
tho seal thereof affixed, this 6th day off j j
February, A. D. 1904. 1
rScal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk, j ,
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy Clerk, j
Cannon, Irvlno & Snow, Attorneys for
Crosfl-Pctltloner. slOfl Jl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 1
Estate of James Johnston, deceased
Creditors will present claims, withv 1 IB
vouchers, to tho undersigned at the otflct IH
of Thomas Adams, Esq., 720 McCornlck tM
block, corner of Main and First South, '
streets. Salt Lake City and county, Utah,1 t M
on or beforo the 24th day of May. A. D.' 1 llM
lOI. BIANCA J. JOHNSTON. k
Administratrix of the Estato of Jame4 ' I
Date of first publication, January 18, A . ,
D. 1904. , li '
Thomas Adams, Attorney for Estate.'
TN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATA I
division. In and for Salt Lake county, ,
Stato ot Utah, In the matter of the es- I
tate of Goorgo J. Woodllng, doccased. j ( j
Tho petition of R. D McDonald, admlni lM
Istrator of thc estate of Gcorgo J. Wood- il
ling, deceased, praying for on order oC 'iH
salo of real property of said decedent, and ' IH
that all persons Interested appear befor IH
the said court to show cause why an or- . IH
der should not be granted to sell so muchj '
a.s shall bo necessary of tho following de-
scribed real estate of said deceased, to jH
Lots sixteen (16), seventeen 017). elghteenC j
(IS) and nlneteon (19) ln block one (1), 1
amonded plat of Linden Park subdivision I I I
of lot eleven (11). block twenty-one (21), IHBVJ
five acre plat A. BIp Field survoy, all sit- . M
unto ln Salt Lako City, Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah, has been sot for hearing iH
on Friday, tho 25th day of February, A. !
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county
courthouse, ln tho courtroom of said; , j
court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun-
ti Utah. :
Witness tho clerk of said court, wlthlj jB
tho seal thoreof affixed this 13th day ofj " lM
February, A. D. 1904. B
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clork. i JH
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk. n , . HH
F, H. Clark, attorney for petitioner. i94tj Jl
NOTICE OP SALE OF SALT LAKHj
CITY" REFUNDING BONDS.
Notlco Is hereby given that Salt Lak i'II
City proposes to Issue and sell 548 refund-. iH
Ing bonds, dated January 1, 1904, of the de
nomination of ono thousand ($1000.00) dol-J
lars each, bearing Interest at tho rate ofj
y- per cent per annum, payable seml-an-i
nually, principal payable twenty yeari
All bids must bo scaled and envelopes
marked on outside "Bids on Bonds." Each
bid shall carry with it as a guarantco of
good, faith a certified chec: upon soma
local bank of five thousand ($000.00) doU ;
lars. No qualified bids will bo considered.
Tho city reserves tho right to refuse anyj j
or all bids.
Bids must be fled with the City Record liBHB
cr, room 100 city and county building, noQ ;.
later than 5 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday 1
February 23, 1904. I
SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION.
J. S. CRITCHLOW, -'B
A. J. Davis, chairman Finance commltto.? iH
By ordor of tho City Council, dated Feb3
ruary 8, 1904. J. S. CRITCHLOW, 1 HH
sGSO City Recorder, j HJ
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. I
Godlva Mining company, principal placfL
ot business room No. 310 Whltingharrt
block, Wost First South street, Salt Lak 1
City, Utah, ...
Notlco Is hereby givon that at a meet
Ing of tho directors of tho Godlva ill, '
nlng company, held on tho 26th day ofj 1 '
January, 1904. an assessment of one dollar
per sharo was levied on tho capital stock! IHVI
of tho corporation, payable on or be- '
fore thc 9tn day of Fobruary, 1904, to J. 'I ll
B. Borkley. secretary of tho company, at ,
room No. 310 in tho Whltlngham block, on ,
West First South street, in Salt Lak
City, "Utah. Any stock upon which this 1
assessment may romain unpaid on th
1st day of March, 1904, will bo delinquent I
and advertized for salo at publlo auction. , ,
and, unless payment Is mado before, will, ,
be sold on tho 19th day of March, 1901, to ,
pay tho delinquent assessment, tosothes;
with tho cost of advertising and expense
of sale. J. E. BERKLEY.
Room 310 Whltlngham Block, West First i
South Street. Salt Lake Cltr. Utah. r21Ml j
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THT3 L
United States. District of Utah. In thd j
matter of thc estate of I. Glaser, bank-
rupt. Notice for bids. I
Tho undersigned will receive binds orf l. BBB
tho entire stock of goods, wares and mer-. ) BB
chandlso of I. Glaser, bankrupt, as shows 1 j BB
by the Inventory filed In said caso. Th j B
Htock now located at Sunnysldo and I
Helper, Utah. Sco trustee for Inventory, t BB
Tho bids must bo accompanied with cerj 1
tilled check for 10 per cent of amount 01 1 BB
bid. JOHN Q. CRITCHLOW. I
Trustco ln Bankruptcy of I. Glaser, 41 11 BBb
McCornlck block. aUg '
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. 1 1
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal I ,
place of business at Salt Lako City. Utah BBS
Notice Is hereby given that at a moot- BBS
Jng of the directors, held on thn 23rd day, . B
of January, 1904, an assessment of ont B
half (V) cent per tsharo (being assessment I B
No, 10) was duly levied on tho capital 1 1 'BBB
stock of tho corporation, payable 1mm 4 BbJJ
dlat?'7 to R. T. Burton, Jr., secretary o& BBB
fco company, at the offlco of tho com ' BBB
pany. room No. 225 D. F. Walker build
ing. Salt Lako City, Utah, ijH
Any stock upon wblcb this assessment BBJJ
may remain unpaid on tho 1st day of JH
March. 1901. will bo delinquent and ad-. I BB!
vcrtlscd for salo at public auction, and
unless payment in mado beforo, will b 1 ilBI
sold on the 23th day of March. 1904, to. 1 B
pay tho delinquent assessment, togftthesj BBB
with tho cost of advertising and oxnana I
of sale. R. T. BURTON. JR .
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