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he Salt iake Tribune Mo:ntay Mortstdstg, February 22, 1904, 7 I
il Wr of Washington.
-rhington held It regu
"I5 tfOWcdncsdoy evening at
11 S WpSXit - H. Hopkins
31 1 tf ihteh mcetlnsr eight can
H infaateil. It w i very
C 1 nd the drill team, un
f Mr A. G. Mahan,
S feWk and the team, to
'J tftfUent,tJdln Mr. Mahan, dc
'. I .of credit for Its work.
SfSAw thcS 'that tho union Is
3 lrwday evening. February
rt'im give a masquerade
8Jl fl'tatt. Invitations nro out
.nrt It will be necessary
V? l& k" wi-hes admittance that
lOaot ind prc-ont an invitation,
. jffaffl1"1 without tho lnvl-
1:13 ,-ni bo all tnc nioro Interest-
WX T fket that tnc uuuea uiunu
IP C Tho committee s composed
SxTM- .Ti ccnUcmen. It la now up
lKScS do and what kind of
IPrfnl they aro composed of.
i now up to you to bo pros
jSnMday evening and see
wJfAt cmo ln cntact wAth
jPSlvS of every nation on tho
flM There will be hayseeds,
Happy Holllgans. G oomy
Ylr Jlics and many noted per
1W sure aud bo present, you
A.tomo for want of company.
Tftft glory in your pluck and
Mlyjiights of Pythias.
.QutML- in ?alt Lake is making rapid
noV, Especially Is this truo
No 1. which is having- a
Kil Sk everv meeting with spe
3 f?t Tuesday tho third rank
4 -rred on six candidates. A
4 hu been organized for tho
'7S Sjrk Arrangements arc prac
st J-&tM for the consolidation of
1 SmSo. 1 and Calantho lodge No.
to2 nMins Pythian lodges of the
& thus form the strongest
Se will meet Tuesday night.
E-h at L.mdrum s hall on Mar
Evtry member Is requested to
u'v.viis there are several matters of
to considered nt tho mcet-
Sishlch Is the adoption of by-
jib Initiation of a number of,
. A cood programme has also
and a danco will bo given
53l Iffjlar IodEe meutlne'
rCul lifliial Union of America.
i.Wi -ja ledge 151 was honored last
-A ptalnc by a visit from ono of
anW jge 'officers. Mr. P. J. Mc
Tkf -ss steward, of Denver. Colo.
f leisure gave quite an Interest
ing principles and workings of
iVo on his trip to Los Angeles,
hcnce he was Just returning
wMdtc & Denver. There was also
tii m Interesting musical pro
iihn the regular business was
r7: d that a few of the members
f itsbi dlssatlslled with some of
; ij en of the organization contem-
i ri, Slug another lodge ln the near
rtf Frty slvcn by the members
Hfl Tritemal Master John James of
f. !cet last Friday evening was
Wm eA and was one of the most
(Km dL-.d enjoyable of similar events
I'asL Fraternal Master
nfcr'es much credit for the
HTl programme which was ar
gBidoM also Mrs. James for the
HBlrncheon which was served.
I Iff Eebekahs.
j Sblekah lodge No 1 met on the
ytil a large attendance. Six ap
IP jl'J wre received, making eleven
q -a 10 inmniea, isrig -uen.
ilie canton to bo admitted by
54fegTe staff had an instructive
A itfce members may look for some-
p?'j h the degree work. Tho trus
.A .tutructed to procure new robes,
A e was appointed to make ar-
J, for a social.
ifllpS' Cornea of Woodcraft,
ttt il circle No, 105 held its regu-
' jt ateilng Friday evening, Feb-
Qla .a ra-Dst pleasant evening blng
&m "c being no work to bo done,
IS ilkcn for twenty minutes to
xfrto with the many new mem-
t There were visiting mem-
BH Batte ilont.. Woodbine and
Br, P.ttrtlw. During the recess a
J d rest for a chair was raf-
Ap won b. iIlsa Mnrlan iIc.
itiOl jECver Maple circle will glvo a
7 S. entertnlnmcnt on Friday
!ANI ; Degree of Honor.
Hflfa? Vcfl ,0(1bo continues to be
KCood work. While not many
.rffc'njf recorded at the prcs
1 WW, '"tlona point to a grand re--Ifct
i10?1 ln 1,10 "car future.
A.lK..ltn.i?, ProinIscs something
V.Jf t-1 1 ",nc- Aftor the regular
tSIi ls completed It Is on
i? 1 1 hat a masked CRrd so
tL . whlch everybody Is
i&'tlit Jn11 18 Blated begin at
..Sh v2 C4rs nnd members are ro
i rbitnr'rornp.tly on "me, so that
-1; "ene at tho usual time.
S! ferM, ha,d a smoker at tho T.
fliri meinbers and friends of
3,H iS P,rc5ent Mr. Gray made
"ft Kto?Kn the Jcncnt8 of fra--vt
eMLl- mtmbcrs and, above
iff 5S w?a? orPan3 of mem
41 i iSHE Maternal order,
ifclttfl owlh substantial
tf'( Nil f f founts for tho enor
5 fcUnuA JrRternul organlzxt-
' J of the Maccabees.
,Mt MmJi; vor5' Pleasant re-
'bii.!1- Thcre wcrc tllreo enn-
PlMfc WcdB? tcned by about
nia Bnd.ai' F,-"ary 24th,
ffl meeting at p. m
I. Order of Bed Men.
'.tft,' 1 m?t Monday cvon
SM1? m oninlzlng of "Tho
"HltVIv d0fee, was com
? 't iifttnn mi' tnat thls even
I n,wl 1 be Procured to
'I ninn i l? lB Purely a social
l rcd iTh0 worrlor'o degree
.Wnod i8 ,cvnlnfc- The mem-
T k lndiMnat lho. uoual council
1$ 5ttoKthBtand,nB tho
'if 3n ir,isoriic-
eXoTcial meeting of Mount
' wir'Sav 2 had a Pleannt
JilWteyrini,?nt "nd remembored
t-W ii ?dd Allows by draw
.jmMnm a. considerable umount
Mc. thVt lin oar,y adjournment
CflW exerrl,,1 ,m,Kht attend tho
F V'aeto '6" argo hall.
owm;nLNo- 1 w hold a
jjhtorid as tho elec
tion or a Junior warden to fill a vacancy
caused by the advancement of that of
ficer to tho position of senior warden oc
curs, there should bo a largo membership
Golden Rule encampment No. 2 had a
profltablo meeting last Tuesday night,
when tho royal purple degree was con
ferred on eight patriarchs, This encamp
ment Is Increasing ln numbers, and thopo
who aro coming In ore a credit to tho
order and will add strength and value to
G. A. R.
Tho James E. McKean post and corps
lso. 1, G. A. R., will hold their camp
flro on Tuesday evening, February 23rd,
at the resldonco of Mrs. W. H. Jones,
231 South Third East street.
There will be a called meeting of Jomcs
TI TTTir. "IT 13 r -T.. Tl
I" ---.-.... ... vi iiiuiiuuj . VJ u i u -
ary 22nd, at 2:30 p. m ut the home of
l Mra. Jones, 23L Third East.
The J E. McKean W. R, C. will hold
Its regular meeting ln Its hall at 1:30 p.
m. Wednesday, February 2Uh. A short
session will ba followed by a card partv,
to which friends are Invited.
George R. Maxwell post No. C will meet
l at Its new hall. Federation of Labor
building, cornor of Fourth South and
State streets. Thursday, at 7:30 p. m. All
members aro requested to attend, as there
ls business ot Importance to transact.
All visiting comrades cordially Invited.
Brotherhood of American. Yeomen.
Salt Lake homestead 1132, B. of A. T.,
will tonight glvo Its regular monthly
social danco at Its homestead hall, Jen
nings block, entrance 21. The homcotcad
Is taking ln many now applications each
meeting night, and tho Initiations nro
regularly performed upon tho numerous
candidates in waiting.
Knights of the Maccabees.
Utonlan tent No. 12 hold no review on
last Wednesday evening, having given Its
hall to the Ladles of tho Maccabees for
a card party.
Salt Lake tent No. 2 held a very Inter
esting review last Thursday evening.
Much Important business was transact
ed and committees appointed. Tho death
of Sir Knight Thomas J. Hills was an
nounced and preparations mado for the
funeral from Odd Fellows' hall on
Tho Knlght3 and Ladles of tho Macca
bees of Salt Lake assembled at the hall
of tent No 2 on Sunday afternoon to pay
the last sad rites to Sir Knight Thomas
J. Hills, first master of guards of No. 2.
Addresses were mado by Sir Knight E.
"W. Kelly and John P. Meakln, and beau
tiful music was rendered by tho quar
tette. The funeral cortege, headed by tho
uniform rank nnd monitors of lho order
on foot, and friends of the deceased In.
carriages, proceeded from tho hall up
Main street to the monument, whoro tho
members boarded the cars for the ceme
tery. The services at lho hall were very
Ladies of the Maccabees.
Salt Lake City hive NoT A had an In
teresting meeting last Tuesday evening.
Tho attendance was not very good, owing
to tho storm, but all who were present
had a good time. A number of applica
tions for membership In tho class of
April 2nd were balloted upon.
The hives and tents ln the city will give
a calico ball March 17th,
Women of Woodcraft.
Salt Lako clrclo No. 559 had a largo at
tendance nt Its meeting "Wednesday even
ing. February 17th. Two candidates wcrc
Introduced by transfer card and two ap
plications were acted on Tho entertain
ment committee reported on tho social
dance to be given at Us hall on Wednes
day evening, the 24th Inst, A largo at
tendance Is expected and a good time as
sured to all who attend.
Ladies of G. A. E,
Tho Ladles of the Grand Army will
meet at Federation of Labor hall, Fotn th
South and State streets, Tuesday, 2:30 p.
m. All members aro requested to at
tend. Visiting members cordially Invited.
R. TJ. of A.
Come one, como all. come great and
small, to the social to be given by tho
Royal Neighbors of Salt Lake Valley
camp next Saturday evening. February
27th, in it3 hall, No. 11 "West First South
street. High flvo will be played and re
freshments served. A good time awaits
all who attend.
K. of P.
Lincoln lodge No. 23, Knights of
Pythln9, hold Its regular session on Sat
urday night and Dr. McDowell was
proven In the rank of esquire, and as Lin
coln lodge was a year nnd a day old, wo
used oxtra efforts to make the goat un-.
usually hard to ride, but the doctor rode
llko a bronco-buster.
Brother Schmidt of tho Twelfth "In
fantry band will leave next Wednesday,
as will also somo other members of Lin
coln lodge, and the lodge gives them its
best wishes and bids them Godspeed,
Lincoln lodge meets every Saturday
night ln Castle hall, and all sojourning
brothers are cordially Invited to attend.
Not How Cheap But How Good.
Bluo Point Perfectoa,
Utah's Favorite Cigar.
AMERICA LEADS ALL
NATIONS OF WORLD
What Official Report of the Paris
Exposition, Just Completed,
NEW YORK, Feb. 21. The official re
port of tho French Governmont relating
to the Tails exposition of 1000, shows that
tills country carried off tho honors at that
exposition. The awards accorded to ex
hibitors of tho United States wore 2373,
Germany, 13; Great Britain, 1805; Rus
sia. 17M; Hungary, 1351; Japan, 1307; Aus
tria S75, and a number of smaller nations
of leaser importance. This country a
awards comprises 221 grand prizes, SO gold
inodalM, 725 silver, 523 bronze and 310 hon
MARGARET LONG DEVOTING
HER LIFE TO LABOR OF LOVE
NEW YORK, Feb. 21. Mlw Mar
garet Long, daughter of John D. Long,
former Secretary of the Navy, is de
Sg her life to settlement work in the
slums of New York. Not even the gay
Hfe the- capital, when her father was
head and front of the naval affairs, nor
four years at Smith college had the ef
tect of turning Miss Long away from
the thought of her cherished career,
perhaps because her father, who has
Kays stood for the betterment and
Sling of mankind! encouraging her
in ndonting this sort or life.
With a friend, Miss Blgelow. Dr Long
lives in an extremely pretty apartment
m the Laurlslon. No. 123D Madison ave
nue From S o'clock in the morning un
file at night and a good part of Sun
day, she devotes all her time to her
Pimnloa blotches and all other spring
troubles faro cured by Hood's SarBaporllla
ShS Tmost effective of all spring medicines.
The Mormons of Utah havo so thor
oughly overworked tho word "Zlon" that
the Methodist revivalists havo cut tho
word out of their song-books. The Idea
of singing "We're Marching to Zion"
In a Methodist revival would cause a Salt
Lako congregation to feel that It had
The Pythlans who attended an Import
ant affair of tho order at Castle Gate
Saturday night report a fine trip.
What a pudding the threo hundred
Washington correspondents will have
feeding their papers with Mormon doings .
when President Smith and his co-laborers
go thero to testify In tho Senator Smoot
case? It 1b reported that all of the promi
nent elders of the church, that have been
acic,ucd of practicing polygamy elnco 1S00,
win bo subpoenaed at once, and that sev
eral Latter-day Salnta of lesser station
1T ev t0 Washington as witnesses with
the others. It may bo well to suggest
to our Mormon fellow-cltlzcns that they
have ;i few good stories to give out and
that they stick pretty closo together, or
tho newspaper correspondents will kidnap
the whole bunch. There ls no one so ter
rible as a close-run Washington news
paper man when on the lookout for an
Item. If he does not llnd ono ho grinds
ono out on his little old typewriter. And
the visitor who refuses to talk had better
bo dead and gone to tho place that is tho
antipodes to glory than to go to Wash
ington and refuao to tell his business.
Salt Lakers who read In Tho Sunday
Tribune tho story of the effective work
that Is being dono ln tho city for tho
homeless children must havo felt gratified
ln the showing that Is being mado. This
very Important work ls In the best hands
possible, and the Christian women who
are the moving spirits deservo to receive
all tho encouragement necessary to lho
betterment of their efforts, and tho ex
tension of their search for tho helpless
Local Knights of Myrtle lodge antici
pate an Interesting session Tuesday night,
when there will be several candidates for
tho rank of knight-
Sine saying a few words In behalf of
the light company, mainly because tho
company seemed to bo the undcr-dog ln
the scrimmage. It looks llko several
candle-power had been cut off the service
wo are receiving. We suggest that tho
firemen throw In a few extra scoops of
coal tomorrow night, or we shall be com
pelled to get on the sldo of the Mayor.
Not the least among the many attrac
tions In Salt Lake are tho swimming
pools at the Sanitarium. Day and night
crowds assemble to watch the antics of
the bathers, and as a trystlng place the
young men and young women find It
much to their liking, too.
Vice-President Kerens of the "San
Pedro" seems to think thot Salt Lako
has a pipe-dreamer that ought to bo sup
pressed. Ho has been kept so busy deny
ing the periodical stories that havo ap
parently originated here, that the "San
Pedro"' had been sold, that ho finds It
Interferes with his business.
If Mayor Morris does not recede from
his position on the payroll question and
the city's worklngmcn do not get their
money on tho clot, wo suggest that tho
employees nil meet In the basement somo
night and dynnmlto the safe.
1 Chocolates Wi
L Bonbons Jl I
Given Away Free I
j Teas, Coffees, Spices 1
j Baking Powder
It Pays to
Trade at I
I Great Americajj Importing Tea Go's
! 245 MAIN ST.,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
I You'd Hate to
Trust a Bad
IF YOTJ WERE AFFLICTED
WITH SOME CRITICAL ILL
NESS. EVER STOP TO THINK
THAT THE DRUG STORE
WHERE YOUR PRESCRIP
TIONS ARE PILLED MUST
BE SELECTED WITH THE
SAME CARE AS YOU CHOOSE
YOUR PHYSICIANP NONE
OF THE "JUST AS GOOD"
GOES INTO OUR PRESCRIP
TIONS. Whero ths
It's the Salt
0gg$ Lake Stamp '
nBi That Makes
pgjOfaJfllli 167 S. W. Templa
ggr Salt Lake City.
H L. M. Beaven. P. II Murry.
I OSTEOPATHS 1
Treat Successfully all Chronic H
1 303 Aucrbach Building H
19 W. First South St.
For the year ending December 31, 1S03,
of the condition of the
German Insurance Company
L The name and location of tho com
pany: German Insurance Company,
2. Name of President. C O. Callmann.
3. Nome of Secretary. "Vm. Trembor.
L Tho amount of Its capital
stock la 000,000.00
5. Tho amount of Its capital
stock paid up ls TCO.COO.OO
6. Tho amount of Its assets
7. Tho amount of its liabili
ties (Including capital) Is 3,G03,0S5.W
S. Tho amount of Its In
como during the preced
ing calendar year 3,072,(302.14
9. The amount of Its expen
ditures during the pre
ceding calendar year.. . 2,470,167.63
10. The amount of losses
paid during the pre
ceding colondar year.... 1,235,019.74
U. Tho amount of risks writ
ten during the year 51,350,161.00
12. The amount of risks in
force at tho end of
the yoar 440;iC2,131.00
Stato of Utah, Office of the Secretary of
I, James T. Hammond. Secretary of
State of the State of Utah, do horoby
certify that the above-named Insurance
company has lllcd In my office a dotallod
statement of Its condition, from which
the foregoing statement has been pre
pared, and that tho said company has
ln all other respects compiled with tho
laws of tho State relating to Insurance.
In testimony whereof I havo hereunto
set my hand and aftlxcd tho great seal
of the State of Utah, this eleventh day
of February, A. D. 1&04.
(Seal.) J. H. HAMMOND,
Secretary of State,
NOTICE TO HEATING, VENTILAT
ING AND PLUMBING CON
TRACTORS. Tho Commlttco on Buildings and
Grounds of the Board of Education of
Salt Lako City, Utah, will receive bids up
to 11 a. m., Tuesday, February 23, 1904. at
the boardrooni9, city and county building.
Scaled proposal, marked proposal for
heating and ventilating; and scaled pro
poral, marked proposal for plumbing and
sewer connection of tho Lafayotto school,
situated ten rods north of tho cornor of
North Temple and Stato streets In tho
Said building Is to be heated by low
pressure gravity return steam heat, with
direct and Indirect radiation and natural
Plans and spoclflcatlono may bo had at
the offlco of William Plnney. Superinten
dent of School Buildings, 634 North Second
Each bid must bo for tho full comple
tion of tho work In all Its detail parts
Each bid must bo accompanied by a cer
tified check mado payable to the treasurer
of tho Board of Education. This check
must bo G per cent of tho amount of each
bid. The same ls to bo forfeited to tho
board If tho successful bidder falls to
promptly enter Into a contract and exu
cuto a bond satisfactory to the board.
The right to reject all bids ls reserved.
BRIGHAM S. YOUNG.
Chairman of Cemmitleo oh Buildings and
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Temple Sts.,
Salt Lako City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B PRESTON, Vice-President
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trado. Correspondence Invited.
J E. Cosgrlff. Pres. E, W. Wilson. Cashier.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J J. Daly, W. P Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. Iv Poabody, Ass't Caahlor.
WELLS, FARGO S CO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Undivided Profits )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic snd foreign.
Direct connections with banks ln all
principal cities of tho trorld.
Drnftn, ) On all
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telcgraphlo Transfers. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER. Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1ML 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency,
GEORGE RUST. General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Offlco ln Progress bldg.. Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. J200.0CO.W.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1859. Incorporated 1503.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
QESERET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Luko City. Utah.
Capital, S500,OOO. Surplus, 8250,000
Iv. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
IL S. YOUNG. E. S. HILLS,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safo deposit bo.xos for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U, S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY. ...Vice-President
,W. F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN, J300.000.
Banking In all Us branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cltloa
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
jJcCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
j CUMMINGS I
1 COMMISSION CO. 1
1 DEALERS IN- I
I New York Stocks, 1
I Bonds, Grain I
I and Provisions. I
H Stocks bought and sold on margin ID
H or for cash. U
II Continuous quotations direct from B
H New York Stock Exchange. H
I We have a special dopartment for Mj
H buylur and selling Blocks and bonds m
H ior cash, which enables us to give H
U beet of satisfaction to bankers as m
m well as Individual investors.
C.'V. CUMMINOS, Manager. 1
H Rooms 211-313 D. F. Walker Block.
Utah and Nevada Express company, lo
cation of principal placo of business, No.
209 South State street. Salt Lake City,
Thero are delinquent upon tho following-described
stock, on account of assess
ment levied on tho 6th day of January,
1904, the several amounts Bet oppoBlto the
names of tho respective holders, ns fol
No. Name. Shares. Amt.
1 F. C. Gcntsh 100 S0.00
2 M. M. Miller 1C0 12S.00
8-B. F. Miller 1000 SCO.00
4 B. F. Miller 100 W.W
B B. F. Miller 100 0.00
G B. F. Miller 100 60.00
7 B. F. Miller 100 SO.OO
8- B. F. Miller 100 $0.00
P-B. F. Miller 100 0.00
10- B. F. Miller 100 0.00
11 W. N. McGlll 100 SO.OO
13 Wm. Hayes 40 S2.CO
14 A. C. Cleveland 200 160.00
15 H. E. Nichols 200 100-00
16 H. E. Nichols 200 1C0.CO
10 H. B. Prout 700 6G0.00
20- W. S. McCornlck 100 W.00
21 W. D. Travis 100 SO.OO
24 G. A. Snow 700 B60-CO
25 A. C Cleveland 50 40.00
SS-W. N. McGlll CO 40 00
27 W. N. McGlll ltv 40 00
2S-A. C. Cleveland 1000 00.00
29 W. N. McGlll E00 400.00
30 J. B. Williamson EOO 400.00
31 Wm. Hayes 200 1CO.0O
33 B. F. Miller 260 00.00
34 B. F. Miller 250 200.00
35 B. F. Miller TO coo.OO
3G B. F. Miller 250 200.00
37 B. F. Miller &00 400-00
33 B. F. Mlllor 500 400.00
36 M. M. Miller 800 640.00
40 W. F. Ford GO 40.00
4C B. F. Mlllor 100 SO.OO
46 J. H. Latcy CO 40.00
17 B. F. Miller. ...T., 000 7200.00
4R B. F. Miller 1000 O.00
41 B. F. Miller 300 240.00
And ln accordance with law and ln ac
cordance with tho order of the Board of
Directors mado on the 5th day of January,
1901, so many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may bo necessary, will bo sold
at tho offlco of said company at No. 209
South State street Salt Lake City, Utah,
on Monday, tho 29th day of February,
1JKM, at tho hour of 12 o'clock noon, to pay
tho delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with tho costs of advertising and
expenses of Bale. H. B. PROUT,
209 South State street, Salt Lake City.
First publication, February 15. 1904. slioi
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal
place of business at Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, held on tho 23rd day
of Janunry, 1904, an assessment of one
half (V?) cent per share (being assessment
No. 10) was duly lovled on tho capital
stock of tho corporation, paynblo lmmc-dlat-'y
to R, T Burton, Jr.. secretary of
tins company, at tho offlco of tho com
pany, room No. 225 D. F. Walker build
ing. Salt Lako City, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho Jst day of
March, 1901, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for salo at public auction, and
unless payment ls made before, will bo
sold on the 23th day of March, 1904. to
pay the delinquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising nnd cxpenso
of sale. R. T. BURTON. JR..
Room No. 225 D. F. Walker Building.
Salt Lake City. Utah. r2041
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE AND PERSONAL PROP
EBTY AT PRIVATE SALE.
Under authority of an order of sale
granted by the District court of Salt
Lako county, Stato of Utah, Probate dl
vlelon, on tho uth day of June, 1503, In the
matter of the estate of Emma H, Adklns.
deceased, I will sell at private salo tho
following described real OEtato and per
sonal property, to wltt
Commencing at tho northwest corner cf
lot 4, block 47, plat "D." Salt Lako City
survey; thence south 10 rods; thenco ca3t
6iy feet; thonco northeasterly to tho
north lino of eald lot, 71 feet east from
tho placo of beginning; thence west 74
feet to the placo of beginning, together
with the Improvements thereon.
All household furnlturo and plcturca
bolonglng to tho estate of Emma H. Ad
klns, deceased, sltuato In a dwelling
house at No. 374 Fourth street, Salt Lako
Tho salo will be mado on or after Feb
ruary 12. 1904, and bids will b received at
the office of Wilson & Smith, rooms
705-8, McCornlck building, Salt Lake City.
Utah. Terms of sale, cash, gold coin of
the United States, 10 per cent of tho bid
payablo at tho time of salo und tho bal
ance upon confirmation of tho salo by tho
court, BRIGHAM SMITH,
Administrator of tho Estato of Emma H.
Dated at Salt Lako City, this 31st day
of January, 1904. r21Sl
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Godlva Mining company, principal placo
of business room No. 310 Whltlngham
block, West First South street, Salt Lako
Notice 13 hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho directors of tho Godlva Mi
ning company, hold on tho 2Cth day of
Junuary, 1904, an assessment of one dollar
per share woji lovled on tho capital stock
of tho corporation, payablo on or be
fore tho 29th day of Fohruary. 1904, to J.
E. Berkley, secretary of tho company, at
room No. 310 In tho Whltlngham block, on
West First South street, In Salt Lako
City, Utah. Any stock upon which this
aBsessment may remain unpaid on tho
1st day of March, 1904, will bo delinquent
nnd advertized for salo at publlo auction,
nnd unless payment Is mado beforo, will
bo sold on tho 19th day of March, 1901, to
pay tho dollnquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and exponss
of oale. J. E- BERKLEY,
Room 310 Whltlngham Block, West First
South Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. 1-2103
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Charles M.
Freed, plaintiff, vs. Samuel M. McDou
gal, W. B. Harwell, J. B. Bonner and E.
T Wilkinson, defendants. Summons.
Tho Stale of Utah to the said defend-
n You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho service of
this summons upon you. If served within
tho county In which this action is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend tho above-entitled ac
tion, and ln case of your failure so to do,
judgment will bo rendorcd against you ac
cording to the demand of the complaint,
which within ten days after service of
this niimmonB upon you, will bo lllcd with
tho clerk of said court.
BOOTH, LEE & RITCHIE,
p. O, Address 162 South Main Etreet, Salt
. Lake City, Utah- rUM '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county.
Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tate and guardianship of Edward Warren
EUls and Helen Mar Ellis, minors. No
tice. The petition for approval and settlement
of the annual account of tho guardian of
the poroons and estates of Edward War
ren EUls and Helen Mar Ellin, minors,
has been oet for hearing on Friday, the
4th day of March, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the county courthouse, ln tho
courtroom of said court, ln Salt Lako City.
Salt Lake aounty, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of Bald court, with
tho neal thereof affixed, this ISth day ot
February, A. D 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate Division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
eHtate of J. A. Epperson, deceased. No
tice, Tho petition of Lllllc Epperson, In which
potltlon Frederick J. Vincent Joins,
praying for tho Issuance to tho said Fred
erick J. Vincent of letters of administra
tion In the cotate of J. A. Epperson, de
ceased, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, the 4th day qf March. A. D. 1904. at
10 o'clock a. m at tho county courthouse,
ln the courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
WltnesH tho clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed, this 15th day of Feb
ruary. A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk.
S, P. Armstrong, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate Division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estato of Catherine D. Foreythe, de
Tho petition of Louis H. Farsworth, ad
mlnlntrator of the estate of Catherine D.
Forsytho, deccaeed, for confirmation of
the sale of the following described real
estato of said decedent, to wit: Commenc
ing two and throe-quarter (24) rods west
from the southeast corner of lot two (2) ln
block ninety-seven (97), plat "A," Salt
Lako City survey, and thenco west two
and a quarter (21) rods; thenco north ten
(10) rodHj thenco east two and a quarter
(24) rodH; nnd thenco south ten (10) rods
to the placo of beginning, situate ln Salt
Lake City. Salt Lake county, Utah; for
tho sum of $1950.00, as appears from tho
return of sale, filed ln this court, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 4th day of
March, A. D. 1904, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, ln tho courtroom of
said court, ln Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
February, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davits, Deputy Clerk.
S. McDowall, Attorney. sl556
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, ln and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of the estato
and guardianship of Ina Lee, minor. No
tice. The petition for approval and settlement
of the annual account of the guardian of
tho person and estate of Ina Lee, minor,
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho
4th day of March, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a. m., nt the county courthouse, ln tho
courtroom of Bald court, ln Salt Lako
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the soal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
February, A- D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. sl55S
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Raymond Mining Company.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt a special
mooting of the stockholders of tho Ray
mond Mining company will be had and
held at the office of said company. No, 64
East 8ccona South street. Salt Lake City.
Utah, on Wednesday, tho 23rd day of
March. 1904, at tho hour of 2 o'clock p, m.
of said day. The object of such meeting
and tho purposes for which the samo will
be had and held aro to consider, adopt, ap
prove ratify and confirm a consolidation of
nil the assets, property and effects of tho
Raymond Mining company with tho as
sets, property and effects, both real and
personal, of tho Illinois Gold Mining com
pany, a corporation, pursuant to the pro
visions of section 340 of the Rovised Stat
utes of tho Stato of Utah, Buch consolida
tion to bo effected and approved upon tho
following terms and conditions, to wit:
Tho name of such consolidated company
shall bo "The Raymond-Illinois Mining
Company," and shall be organized nnd In
corporated at Salt Lake City and county.
State of Utah, with a capital stock of
MOO. 000, divided Into 400.000 shares of tho
face or par value of ono dollar each, tho
ntock of such consolidated company shall
bo allotted and divided as follows, to wit:
150,000 shares of the capital stock thereof
Dhall be allotted to said Illinois Gold Min
ing company or Its nominee or nominees,
nnd 250,000 snares of such capital stock
shall be allotted to the said Raymond Min
ing company or Its nominee or nominees.
Tho directors of said consolidated com
pany shall consist of five persons, two of
whom shall be designated by the Illinois
Gold Mining company and threo by tho
Raymond Mining company, to hold offlco
for the ffrst year. The articles of Incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall contain a provision that the capital
stock thereof shall bo assessable and that
assessments thereon may bo levied by the
board of dlrcctora for the purpose of af
fording a working capital to carry on' tho
mining operations of said company; to
pay, and discharge Its debts and liabilities
and to acquire, purchase and hold any
property, real or personal, which tho
board of directors of said company may
deem advisable, such assessments to bo
lovled and collected In tho manner as may
bo prescribed by law. Said articles of In
corporation shall contain such other pro
visions as may bo required by law, and
Dhall dolcgato to tho bortrd of directors of
said company express power and authori
ty to sell and dispose of any part or por
tion of tho real or personal proporty of
said company without securing tho au
thority of tho stockholders so to do, or
without any ratification of the stock
holders, provided, however, that tho mem
bers of the board of directors voting for
any such salo or disposition shull ln their
own right own and control or beneficially
represent at least a majority of the out
ntandlng capital stock of such consoli
dated corporation. Tho articles of Incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall also contain a provision that the prl
vato property of the stockholders Bhall
not bo liable for the debts or obligations
of tho company, and Bnld consolidated
company shall take, receive nnd hold the
property, assets and effects of each said
Illinois Gold Mining company nnd said
Raymond Mining company, discharged of
and from all debts, liens and Incum
brances, excopt for current expenses ac
cruing from and aftor tho ISth day of Fob
ruary, 1904, which said consolidated com
pany Khnll assume and agreo to pay.
This notice Is given and meeting above
provided for called by the president of
tho said Raymond Mining company, pur
suant to an order of tho board of dlrcc
tora of said company, and at the request
of the owners and holders of more than
two-thirds of the outstanding capital
stock of sftid Raymond Mining company.
JOHN C. SULLIVAN.
President Raymond Mining Company.
Dated February 13, 1904. 1312
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
AJax Mining company. Offlco and prin
cipal place of business, Salt Lako City.
Utah. Notlco is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho board of directors of tho
AJax Mining company, held on the 20th
day of February, 1901, an asscsment of
five (5) centB per share wcu levied upon
tho capital stock of tho corporation, Is
sued and outstanding, payablo Immedi
ately to tho secretary at his office, room
306 Dooly block. Salt Lake City, Utah. Any
Btock upon which this assessment may
remain unpaid on Tuesday, tho 22nd day
of March, 1901, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for salo at publlo auction, nnd
unless payment ls made beforo, will bo
old on Wednesday, the 13th day of April,
1501. at 11 o'clock a. m , at the secretary's
office, to pay tho delinquent assessment
thereon, together with the coatB of adver
tising and expenno of sale.
By order of tho board of directors.
J. M. BURT. Secretary.
S0C Dooly block, Salt Lake .City, Utah.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP t ' LW
NOTICES. i j
Consult County Clerk or the respective mm
signers for Jturther- Information. jj M
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE i
division.. In and for Salt Lake county. i
state oi Utah. In the matter of the es- I I H
tate of Margery A. Aldrlch, deceased. ! ; mm
The petition of Zlna Martin, admlnls- I VM
frntrlx of the eBtato of Margery A. Aid- I IH
rich, deceased, praying for an order of H
sale of real property of said decedent, and H
that all persons interested appear before i
tho said court to show cause why an or- ll
der should not be granted to sell so much " ,
as shall be necessary of tho following do- ' 'H
ocrlbed real estate of said deceased, to ' mM
A certain mortgage of real C3tate made j m
by Jessie Robblns to deceased, rccordod mmm
ln book 4-P of mortgages, page 656, rec- mWM
ords of said Suit Lake county, of the ' mmm
valuo of approximately $1COO.
No. 2. Also lot.s 7 and S, block 1, amend-
ed plat of Linden Park Hubdlvislon of lot mm
11. block 21, five acre plat A, Big Field , mm
survey 1 ' mmm
No. 3. Also an Interest ln tho following
described parcel of real estato: Begin
nlng 1 rod west of the northeast corner
of lot 4, block 19, nn.t F, Salt Lako City mmm
survey, running thence south 20 rods; ;
thenco enst & rods; thenco north 20 rodn: i mmm
and thence west C rods to tho place of 4 mmm
beginning, being the west 5V& rods of lot mwm
3. and the eaBt 1 rod of lot 4 of said block ; mmM
19. Tho last piece described Is subject to
a mortgago for approximately SS0O. Has f
been set lor hearing on Friday, tho 26th i
day of February. A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a m. at tho county courthouse, ln the
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lako City, 1
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with H
tho seal thereof affixed this ISth day of i, mm
February, A, D. 190L Li mm
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. mWM
By David B, Davles, Doputy Clerk.. s943 I mM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- IH
bate Division. In and for isa.it Lnko coun- mmm
ty, State of Utah In tho matter of the mWM
estate of Ellzaboth Hartcr, deceased. mmM
The petition of Sarah Horter Watt
praying for tho Issuance to herself of let-
tors of administration ln tho estate of mmM
Elizabeth Hartcr. deceased, has been set vM
for hearing on Friday, the 4th day of
March, A D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at muM
the county courthouse, ln tho courtroom , mWM
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt ,
Lnko county, Utah. i
Wltncs the clerk of said court with the i mm
seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of Feb- mmm
ruary, A. D. 1901. mW
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. J
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. ' IMWm
Stewart & Stewart, Attorneys for Pe- 'mwM
tltloner. &1263. ' mm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division, ln and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of the cs
lato of Mary Helm, deceased, Notice. .
Tho petition of Samuel Brinton. admin- ,
Istrator of the estate of Mary Helm, de- ( IH
ceased, praying for the settlement of final i
account of said administrator nnd for tho
distribution of the reslduo of said estato H
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 4th day of March, )
A. u. rVI, at 10 rvcicck a. m., at tho coun- I
ty courthouse, In the courtroom of eald
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- '
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with the mWM
seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of Feb-
ruary, A. D. 190I, I 1 1 mm
TSeaL JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. wm
Stewart & Stewart, Attorneys for Es- WM
tate. slow WM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate division, ln and for Salt Lake coun- mWW
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho j 1 wM
estate of James McGuffle, deceased. No- '
The petition of tho Utah Savings and . mmm
Trust company, the executor of the es-
tato of James McGuffle. deceased, pray- mwmw
ing for the sottlemenl of final account and H
for an order of the court construing the ' I i H
will of said deceased and distributing to , ( mmmm
the persons entitled the residue of said
estato. has been set for hearing on Friday.
the 4th day of March, A. D. 1904. at 10 , fmm
o'clock a. m., nt the county courthouse. In
the courtroom of said court. In Salt Luke . H
Cltv, Salt Lake county, Utah. i mWKM
Witness the clerk of said court, with the 'mmmm
seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of Feb
ruarv, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES. i '
Seal. Clerk. H
Bv David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk.
W R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Poll- j '
Honor si 557 JMM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- '.
bate Division. In nnd for Salt Lake coun- i m-mm
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho , j AwKW
estate of Andrew Pearson, deceased. , ;
Notice. i H
The petition of Rodney T. Badger, pray- 1 1 'mWEwM
lng for the Issuance to hlmnelf of letters
of administration In the en tato of Andrew ' H
Pearson, deceased, has been set for hear
lng on Friday, the 4th day of March. A.
D. 1904. at 10 o'clock n. m . at the county
courthouse, ln the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- ,
ty. Utah i I mW
Witness the Clerk of said court, with m9U
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of ' mmM
February, A. D. 1904. , mWM
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. mW
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. ' ' mmM
Harrington & Sanford, Attorneys for ,
Petitioner. sl555 j j
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT , muM
Court, In and for Salt Lako county, State , H
of Utah. Department No. 1. In tho mat- , IH
tcr of the estato of Henry Slegel, deceased. , , H
Notice. y VmwKm
Tho petition of Joseph H. Siocrcl praying
for tho admission to probate of a certain
document, purporting to be the last will H
and testament of Henry Slegel, deceased, . H
nnd for tho granting of letters tpstamen- I ' tmWmWM
tary to S.rah L. Slegel, Joseph H. Slegel 1 'H
and Harold L. Slegel, has been sot for ' IH
hearing op Friday, the 4th day of March. ' 'H
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., nt the WRwR9.
countv courthouse, ln the courtroom of B
said court. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lake i'H
county. Utah. (H
Witness the Clerk of said court, .with I B
the seal thereof affixed, this 16th day of , iHHpl
February, A. D. 1904. mmM
rSenl.J JOHN JAMES. Clerk. .'IbVI
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. iffAH
Henderson, Pierce. Crltchlow & Bar- , ' HVAl
rette. Attorneys for Petitioner s211 H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ,
bate Division. In and for Salt Lake coun- J
ty, Stato of Utah. In the mattor of the (
estate of Agnes Whltworth, deceased.
Tho petition or John Whltworth, pray- , H
lng for the Issuance: to himself of letters Tl
of administration In tho estate of Agnes ) H
Whltworth, deceased, has been set for H
hearing on Friday, the 4th day of March. 1
A. D. 2904. nt 10 o'clock a. m., nt tho '(
county courthouse, ln the courtroom of H
said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , muM
county, Utah. i 1
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with i mWM
the seal thereof affixed, this IGth day of i
February, A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. mfM
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clnrk. 1 1
Wilson & Smith, Attorneys for Pell- K
tloner. a 1210 1 H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county, t H
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho es- , J H
tate of George J. Woodlmg, deceased. . t H
Tho petition of R. D. McDonald, admin- f UmwmW
letralor of the estate of George J. Wood- H
ling, deceased, praying for an order of i wmwm
salo of real property of said decedent, nnd ' jH
Unit all persons Intorestcd appear before IH
the said court to show causo why an or- Vwmm
der should not be granted to sell so much . il H
ns shall be, necessary of the following de- IH
scribed real estato of said deceased, to i ! !H
Lots sixteen (16). seventeen (17), eighteen (f 'H
(18) and nineteen (19) In block ono (1), ,
nmended plat of Linden Park subdivision ' 'jwmwm
of lot el oven (11). blook twenty-one (21), IH
flvo acre plat A. Big Field survey, all sit- 1 iH
uatc In Salt Lako City. Salt Lake county. I H
State of Utah, has been set for hearlnr , IH
on Friday, the 26th day of February. A. ll
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock n. m., at tho county 'H
courthouse, ln tho courtroom of Bald 'H
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- jH
lr. Utah i
Witness tho clerk of said court, with ' jH
the seal thereof affixed thtu 13th day of imWrnm
February, A. D 190H. IH
(Seal ) JOHN JAMES. Clork. TmVmm
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork. Cl
tt Clark, attop Xor. petitioner, flttl i