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JffltwDAT moving, September 4, 1904. THE S AXT LAKE THEBtTNE .
1 - X I. 'ill
Peak From Start
si Was Influenced by Lower
I Hw and Better Weather In
IAGO, Sept. S. From the start son
'( fii tho wheat pit was weak. At tho
nI the market was influenced by
j iblcs, liberal shipments from Aus
S A prospects of better weather In
V Jthwwit. December was ViffSic
K tlfll'l to Jl.OTH. Tho volume of
LC iwTuj exceedingly HKht. a holiday
Eastern markots being responsible
rTsllsht Interest manifested here,
't that tho local exchange- will bo
.Monday also tended to hold the
AKbout tho cntiro day trading was
of a scalping naturo. Somo reports
, ji threshing i'MtlB wero received
f he Northwest, but llttlo attention
Sd to them. As on Offset to theso
i a report from tho Pacific coast
I A that tho States of Oregon. Idaho
fashmgton would raise
i-nioro wheat this year than they
1 gradually throughout the
To market closing weak and almost
i lowest point on options. Closing;
on December wcro $l.(WiFLOjT4. a
Irolmne'of trading In corn was light,
her closed Uc lower at GlW3t&&c
v-ero dull. December closed at
Iatlmmnccof tho strlko at the stock
restricts trading In provisions, tho
;lbelne extremely dull, with prices
I ir llttlo change. October pork closed
I e higher, with lard and ribs each
I K3E OP LEADING FUTURES.
3 lea. Open. High. Low. Close.
3 IS1?.0.'.2" 103i 1.07 1-07 1.07
I 1.05 1.03 l.OlVi 1.01H
3 bcr 1-071 1.07 1.06?i 1.00
1.03 1.09ft 1.03 1.00V4
' iScr0'..2".. 63. G3ii M 53
b?cr Bl 52 61 51
S 50 E0 49 -19
iSr0'..2".. 31 31ft 31 31
l b6r ml S3U 33'A !B
35 35ft 35 35
4 nork. per bbl.
ibcr .. .ll.W 11.00 11.(0 11.00
Jri .. 11 CO 11.12 11.05 11.10
if 12. CO 12. 05 12.57 12.C2
.fper 100 lba.-
!r?r. V. ' . 7.00 ' 7.12 7.l6" 7.12
ry ... . .7 15 7.15 7.15 7.15
tlrlbs, per 100 lbs.
ber , 7 17 7.27 7.17 7.27
7.32 7.12 7.32 7.12
C C2 6.65 G.C0 C.62
ft CASH QUOTATIONS.
Quotations woro ns follows: Flour
fcady. No. 2 Spring wheat, Sl.lOg)
No. 3. JLCC&U1; No. 2 red, ?107
rKo. 2 corn. Glftc; No. 2 yellow.
0'. 2 oats. 3IVic No. 2 white. 33(8
No. 3 white, 3233c; No. 2 rye, 70c;
feeding barley. 3'5J3Sc; fair to
;fmalllng, 44350c; No. 1 flax seed,
fo. 1 Northwestern. $1.26; mess pork
il. $11.0031112; lard, per 100 lbs1.,
ihort ribs, sides, (loose). $7.1507.37;
Itcd shoulders, (boxed), $7 25; short
ildcs. (boxed), $5.25; whiskey, basis
rh wines, $1.2S; clover, contract
ECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
barrels ,22,100 21,200
.tbushcls 1(5.400 122,500
bushels COI.400 410,500 ,
bushels 336. GOO 215,200
Abushels 4G.9CO 14,703
the produce oxchango today tho
f .market was steady, creamery. 14
airy, 12tflCc. Eggs, steady. 12'ff'
cheese, firm, &g9c.
IjWeekly Bank Statement
VyORK, Sept. 3. The statement of
;es of tho clearlng-houso banks of
ty for the week shows:
ts 1.217,034.000 9.S71.200
itIon 33,950.70) 1.25C.300
.tenders 0,590,600 'l.lTOO
irel;. ,,, 351,774.400 1,WV
ee required .... SCH.271.CO0 2,143,300
l 47.503.4CO '&.S72.000
A8. deposits . . 03,511,525 9,fc75,27S
(Financier this week says: "One of
ost noteworthy features of tho of
itntemcnt of tho New York assocl
nks lost week was tho much larg
treaso in cash than was estimated
itho basis of tho traceable movc
iof money during tho week, tho
oftlclally reported being $7,426,700.
tho estimates showed a decrcaso of
100. This dLscropancv Is partly ex
d, however, by taking together fig
tor two weeks. In tho week end
ugust 26 tho estimates Indicated a
r $4,372,7(0 cash and tho statomcnt
reaeo of JlJiM.GOO. Last week, ns
noted, thero was an estimated loss
127.1W. while the two weoks lndl
fi estimated loss of $C,K'9,S0O, and tho
llrcport decrease was $S.511,30D, leav
dbjcrepancy of $1,511,500, which may
counted for by tho fact that cstl
'are based upon actual movements,
the bank statement tlgures rcpro-
.vorngea, and tho fact also appears
I Iho withdrawals of cash from the
1 Awcro largest in tho last fow days
l'ncrai.d:noslts Increased $9,71S,
r rylng this into tho highest on rcc
J! .urejul.red. ren'o was increased.
in the gain in deposits, by J2.445.300.
rtc2.ffi)?dt'a.t0.lhu decrease In cash
Zzkrv -driho reduction In sur
"?Qrvf t0. .W3,40).. Computed upon
K.nhS d.0I'SUa- 'CSS tllOHO of J23.-
I 0 mcnt mndo a fairly good
nLhef1urm of o Increase In loans
f than th c.ash " m
k n of its it' fn ! denoslta. Tho cx-
nnLi ln ,oa,lfl. which It
I Sff' ,nakc3 a lgh record which
I Btrlklng fcatUro Of tho .(nlmnnnC
LheronU0nled,for.upon tl10 lhry
i aUo?, w cx,leilsvo syndicate or
iPrL nuKmontcd by $1.25C.
ir Th8 !lror a nBlo week
kin alt howj5Sl,y nvernKa of bank
? W5? J st .weck. waa JIW.OOO.OOO. or
4 bSarln '2 lho rrov,ou week.
, cicaringa on Saturday, roflectlnfr
Uhe avorWC 35.0tl much
.tSutoS iShf" banU" ,ost toeelhcr
feAad?: noP1, 3-7Cattle-ReColpLs.
or i A ISSii 10 p.rime steers, $5.40
Wow S'fe ?3c-: atobkoro
I ril'MOTJ 1 3,G0; cowa- Sl-25ff-1.10;
I canncrs, $1.251i2.CO: bulls
-ii,,0. Wetcrn steers. ?2.C0ff4.0),
5 good'lni r: shc.cl and lambs,
r o 7hi c),ol?f wotherH, $3.ws-i.i5:
Isufe-"1 n'o' ?.C0; Western
tiferS"kct unchanped; natlvo
teM"., W.ff-l.00: cows and
M(0 ' ,ssL8tooktr3 ind feeders.
Hfeer- ,"BS-"celpto. 4S00: market
Kht' ts SB -SWS.IO; mixed. $5.25
Kfllr5SiB0!o1t,BB' 'iiWSfi-M; bulk
BBt BtSr.40- Sheop Receipts. 1000,
IjK Dteady; Westerns, $3.60t.00;
wothors. $3.2CJT3.75; owes, J3.10ZJ3.6O; com
mon and Blockers, $2.25J.S5; lambs, $4.00
ICVNSAS CITY, Sept. 8. Cattle Re
ceipts, 300; market unchanged; native.
$3.75fi6.O0: native cows and heifers, $1,603
4.70; stockors and feeders. $1.501j4.70; West
ern steers, $3.004.50; Western cows, $1X03"
3.60. Hogs Receipts. 2000; strong to 5c
higher; bulk of sales, $5.30gG.4O; hea'y.
$5.30fo.3G: packers, J5.S035.4O; pigs and
lights. JG.2036.45. No sheep; markot
Imports and Exports.
NEW YORK. Sept 3. Total imports of
dry goods and general merchandise at the
port of Now York for the week ending to
day wero valued at $12,609,173.
Exports of specie from New York for
tho week wero $1,000,133 gold and $543,445
Imports of Hpecle at Now York during
tho week were $5051 silver and $29,530 gold.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Butter Steady;
Cheese Firm; small colored fancy, S?
Se; small white, poor to fancy. GISc;
large colored, fulr to good, SftSc; largo
Western, fair to good, 7iiSc.
EggB Stealy; Western fancy selected,
2021c; aver-ago best, 19f20c.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 3. Wheat-
weak: December. $1.4S.
Barley Weak- December, $1.09.
All of tho oxchangea will remain closed
over Monday, Labor tiny.
Ho Stock Market in Now York.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Owing to tho fact
that tho stock exchange today wa9 closed,
thoro was no market for monoy on call
and tlmo money was nominal.
Elgin Butter Market.
ELGIN, 111., Sept. 13. On tho board of
tratle today butter was quoted unchanged
nt 19o a pound. Sales in the- district for
tho week woro 720,400 pounds,
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 3 Wool Steady.
Territory and Western medium, 20Q2-ic;
lino medium. lGfflSo; lino. 15316c.
Big .closing event of the year, clam
bake 'at Lagoon Labor day.
J HAPPENINGS ABROAD, f
MONTEVIDEO. L'ruguay, Sept. 3. Tho
War, Minister, who is in command of tho
Government troops, reports that ho has
gained a decisive victory over Gen. Snra
vla. tho leader of tho Uruguayan insur
rectionists, who was wounded during tho
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 3. The Cunard lino
steamer Etrurla, which dalled for New
York today, took upward of fifty civil en
gineers, headed by Sir William Henry
White, former chief constructor of war
ships of tho British navy.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Sept 3. A hot
fight between Armenian Insurgents and
Turkish troops occcurred at Van, August
31. ln which moro than a score woro
GIBRALTAR, Sept. 3. The United
States cruisers Olympia and Cleveland
sailed today for Cherbourg. Thence they
will go to Norway.
CAPETOWN, Sept. 3. The United
States South Atlantic squadron, consisting
of the crulaers Brooklyn (flagship) and
Atlanta, and tho gunboats Marietta and
Castlne. loft hero today for the island of
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept. 3. Re
sponsibility for tho Xatnl accident at Sln
taluta, N. W. T., ha3 been fixed on En
gineer Johnson and Conductor Irwin of
freight train No. 118. At tho Coroner's in
quest a verdict of criminal r.egllgenco was
returned ngalnst them and they wero ar
rested. SHANGHAI, Sept. 3. Tho announce
ment is mndo that LI Hung JoucI, Vice
roy of Foo Chow, and Wei Kouang Tao,
Viceroy of Nanking, will exchange posts.
Tho effect pf tho exchajigo on foreign re
lations Is uncertain.
ROME, Sept. 3. The Popo has addressed
a letter to tho Irish Episcopacy relating
to tho recent visit to Armeagh of his lega
tee, Cardinal Vannutolll, expressing satis
faction at the faith displayed and encour
aging the Irish people to pcrscvero and
blessing them all.
BADELSTER, Saxony. Sept 3. A note
left by Princes Loulso of Saxe-Coburg,
who escaped from her hotel here Tuesday
morning, for hor maid. Olga. requesting
the latter to keep her belongings careful
ly, closed with tho words: '" lam gono.
God has heard my prapcr. Farewell."
WASHINGTON. Sept. 3. Minister
Leishman at Constantinople, cables that
the Armenian revolutionists are rather ac
tive at Van. Ho says somo Turkish houses
have been burned and small encounters
aro not Infrequent, but there Is no Indica
tion of any particular danger to .foreign
LUCERNE, Sept. 3. Edwnrd Clapp.
class 1904, captain of tho Yale track team,
is seriously 111 In Switzerland from typhoid
fevor. Clapp was a member of the Joint
Harvard-Yalo International track team
which visited England recently.
L'HASSA, Sept. 3. Tho Durbar was at
tended by tho Chinese Amban and Tibet
an regent with three counselor. Col,
, Younghusband, commissioner with tho
British expedition, was Informed, that two
clauscu of the treaty with Great Britain
hod been agreed upon.
BERLIN. Sept. 3. The Foreign offlco
hns official advices from Toklo that Gen.
Kuropatkln's position today Is by no
moans desperate. The-maln portion of his
army Is still heavily engaged and part
was drawn off successfully. Tho Russian
army is not encircled.
MM I H H I III HI t If
I On the Pacific SUps.
4 4 M M M M M M M M -H--H-
VICTORIA, B. C Sept. 3.-Of fleers of
tho Canadian Pacific Railway company's
steamor Tartar, which arrived today from
Japan and China, report a narrow escapo
from capture by tho Vladivostok squad
ron when near Yokohama, outward bound
from Victoria, last trip.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 3. Knight
Templars from all parts of tho United
Rtates arc pouring into this city to attend
their triennial conclave Today all tho
California commanderiirs aro keeping open
house at their various headquarters, and
vLsltors aro being lavishly entertained.
PORTLAND, Or., Sept. 3. Bert Oak
man, tho young murderer for whom tho
police and detectives of this section of
Oregon have been tenrchlng for a week
past, was captured thin morning at a fish
cannery at Warrensvlllo, about thirty
mile east of this city.
TACOMA. Wash.. Sept. 3. Harry Ches
ter and W. Melnberg, who escaped from
tho Federnl penitentiary on McNolll's
island on Thursday, wero captured this
morning at Olympia.
PORTLAND, Or., Sept. 3. Col. llenrv
E. DoBch, director of exhibits of tho Lewis
and Clark exposition, hns left for St.
Louln with a corps of assistants, to assign
npaco and superintend tho shipment of tho
exhibits that will bo transferred from St.
Louis to Portland nt tho close of tho
Louisiana Purchaso exposition.
SAN JOSE. Cal.. Rent. 3. Sheriff Lang
ford hna received a dispatch which con
vinces him that tho Naco (Ariz.) suspect
Is not Murdered Jaraca C. Dunham.
Demand for Fish a
Feature of Market
Borne Turkeys Ato Coming in, but
They Are Not nt Their
Tho local market yesterday was well
stocked with good things to eat and, ns Is
usual on Saturday, tho demand was
Htrong all along tho line. Fish Is much
sought after Just now, and tho call for It
is likely to Increase daily until Thanks
giving. From then until after tho now
year poultry tnVss tho placo of fish ln the
favor of the people, but dealers nay that
from now until spring thero will bo a big
and steady demand for both.
A few turkeys aro to bo had at present,
but these are not very desirable, nor will
this bird bo at Its best for somo Weeks,
dystcra aro Juat now beginning to be
called for, but with tho opening of tho
theatrical season, followed by tho llttlo
suppers at tho caf.es, thoy will tako their
old-tirao placo as prlmo favorites.
Utah grai03 aro rapidly nearlng a con
dition of ripeness wlilch will permit of
their being shipped to market, and tho
first aro booked to arrive next week.
Thero aro several varieties to bo offered,
and dealers say 'they will Biipplant in
favor tho California product and bring
about tho samo figures.
Eggs are still among tho scarco articles
in tho way of edibles, and while somo of
tho wholesale dealers quoto them as low
as $6.75 a case for fresh Utahs, tho prlco
generally quoted Is $7. Eastern storage
eggs bring 0.50 a case.
Hay. Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
balo 30fi35c: alfalta, $10.0CfflOjO; timothy,
per ton, baled, $14.00515.00; wheat, per
bushel, IOc$L05; corn, nor cwL, $1.4031.50;
corn, cracked, $l.451.5a; oata. $1.00; rolled
oats, $1.76; barley, rolled, $1.3Sfl.-15; Hour,
bakers' No. 1, $2.30; flour, straight grade,
$2.40; Hour, high patent. $2.I0; rye, $100.
graham flour. $2.6002.70; cornmeal, $L90ft
2.00; bran, $i.O0SLlO; bran and shorts, 51.10
Meats Dressed beef, pound, CyOc;
dressed veal, per pound, Sc; dressed pork,
per pound, 7c; dressed lambs, per pound,
10c: dressed mutton, per pound. 6c; spring
lamb, wholesale. J2.7i; spring lamb, quar
ter, rotall, $1.0051.50.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 16c; broilers, per
pound, 15; dressed, 17c.
TTVnllo Vnlnneln nra n CM J4.00:
Utah cantaloupes, dozen. 40c2$100: Utah
watermelons, dozen, 75c721.00. Utah apri
cots, per bushol, Sl.25fll.50; whito
grapes, case. $1.25; black grapes, $L10;
Tokay grapes, $1.50; Utah apples, bushel,
75c41.00; Santa Paula lemons, box, $4 CO;
peaches, box, 60075c; plums, box, 60c; ba
nanas, per bunch, $2.50; limes, per 100,
51.50; Utah pears, box, $1,50.
Sugar. Beet sugar,' per 100, $0.40; cano
suKar, SO 50.
Vegetables. Oyster plant, 40c a dozen;
China radishes, 40c a dozen; new celery,
dozen, 50c; parsnips, dozen bunches, 50c;
California lettuce, dozen, 50c; green com
on cob, per dozen, 15c; now peppers, por
pound, Oc; Utah summer Bquash, dozen,
20c; Utah tomatoes, 60575c a bushel; Utah
cucumbers, dozen, 10c; yellow onions, per
100, ?3 03; vegetable marrow, dozen, uflc;
red cabbage, pound, 5c; sweet potatoes,
por pound, 4c; Utah cauliflower, pound,
10c; wax beans, per bushel, 75c; Utah
cabbage, per 100, 75c; new potatoes, per
cwt, 10c; bunch turnips, per dozen, 15c;
green onions, per dozen, 12c; radishes,
Utah, 10c; pumpklna, dozen, $1.75; golden
tomatoes, pound, 4c; Utah egg plant. 6a
Dairy Products. Butter, por pound, 19c;
cheese, per pound, 10e; eggs, per case,
57; comb honey, per crate. $75; sweltzcr
cheese, per pound, ISc; llmburgcr cheese,
per pound, 16c; cream brick cheese, per
pound. 17c. Edam cheese, per dozen, $12 0).
Fresh Fish Utah lake bass, 30c; sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout, C5c; Utah cat
fish, 12c; halibut, 12c; striped bass, per
pound. 15c; shad, per pound, 10c; Macki
naw trout, 16c; mackerel. '.2c; soles, per
pound, 0c; flounders, per pound, 0c; Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c; catflsh, per
pound, 13c; perch, per pound, 10c; crabs,
$2.60; Spanish mackerel. 20c; lobsters, 15c
per pound; oysters, New York counts, $1 CO
a dozen: selects. $2.50 per gallon; Olympia
oyster, $3 a gallon.
Meats. Prlmo rib, 17c; porterhouse,
25c; pork, 15c; mutton chops. 1015c: legs,
15c; spring lamb, per quarter, $1 0051 50;
veal, 12520c; veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, I8c; broilers, 355
50c; turkeys, 25c; geese, 22c; ducks, 20c;
roast 8prlnK8, 25c; springs, 35550c.
Fruits Utah apricots, pound, 6c; Utah
cantaloupes, 10520c; crab apples, 40c a
peck; Utah apples, pound. 5c; Utah black
berries. 10c; figs, 15525c; lemonB, por doz
en, 25c; oranges, per dozen, 107r0c;
peaches, per pound, 6c; bananas,
per dozen, C0c; pears, 5c a pound;
limes, 2c; plums, 6c; nectarines, hi: a
pound: Utah watermelons, 25540c; Urah
cantaloupes, 5510c; grapes (black), threo
pounds for 25c; grapes (white), 10c; Tokay
grapes, 10c; Utah Concord grapes, 10c a
pound, 50c a basket, Utah pears, per
Vegetables. New celery, 5c a stalk;, ov
ster plant, 6c a bunch; China radishes, 5c
a bunch; Utah egg plant, 7c a pound;
parsnips, bunch, 5c; Utah peppers, tnreo
pounds for 25c; red cabbage, four pounds
for 25c i sweet potatoes, two pounds for
15c; green corn on cob, dozen, 20c; "vege
table marrow, two for 15c; Utah summer
squash, threo for 10c; Utah cucmnbi rs,
four for 5c; cauliflower. 3 pounds for 25c;
now potatoes, por pound, lc; wax bpans,
four pounds for 25c; cabbage, per pound,
5c ; turnips, per pound, 2c; green onions,
2c; carrots, 2c; beots, 2c: Utah to
matoes, threo pounds for 5c; lettuce, 6c,
California lettuce, two for 15c; pumok'ns.
20c; Hubbard squash, 20c; pickling cu
cumbers, 50c per 100; pickling onions, GOc
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound; 25c;
cheese, 15c; eggs, per dozen, 30c; fancy
cheese, per pound. 25c; comb honey, por
comb, 15c; strained honey, per pound, 15c;
Swiss cheeso, per pound, 0c; llmburger
cheese, per pound, GOc; cream brick
cheese. 25c; Edam cheese, each $1.25.
Fresh Fish. Black bass, .':5c; salmon,
17c; mountain trout, 40c; brook trout,
each 12c; Utah catfish, per pound, 15c;
halibut, 15c; Btrlped bass, 20c; shad, 15o;
Mackinaw trout, 20c; noles, 12c; floun
ders, 12c; smells, 15c; codfish, 15c; porch,
li!e; sturgeon, 15c; crabs, each, 25530c;
white fish, 20c.
The Salt Lake City Brewing com
pany having appointed the Kentucky
Liquor company resident agents for
their retail business, desire to thank
the public for their generous patron
nge ln the past, and ask that in future
orders for beer be given the Kentucky
Photo Supply Co.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Kodak3, Supplies, Finishing
3rd So. and Main St.
' The modestest thing in-'the
world is tea. It is only teal
We Are 'Specialists
in tho Painless Extraction, of
No Oharg'e for Painless Extraction
When Wo Hake Tour Teeth.
BEATJTIFUTi SET OP TEETH -S5.00
Gold Cro-wms (22k) 5.00
Bridge Work 6.00
Gold Fillings .S1.00 and up
Silver Fillings 50c and up
If you want tho best dental -work at
the lowest prices you are looking for us
ALL WORK DONE BY OPERATORS
OF EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY.
Our prices aro the lowest our servlco
tho beBL Guarantee given with all
work. Lady attendant.
Hours, S;30 to 6:30. Sunday, 10 to 2.
Boston Dental Parlors,
126 SOUTH MAIN.
GRAND ANNUAL OUTING
Utah Fderation of Labor
BEST HORSE RACES OF THE SEA
SON. 1000 Purses. A Big Events .
Commencing at 2 p. m.
$150 PRIZES $150
for winners of various sports.
Enlarged Orchestra for Grand Ball in
CASH PRIZES FOR BEST WALTZ
Admission to Park ioc
GOOD IN TRADE.
GRAND SACRED CONCERT SUN
DAY. UTAH STATE BAND.
I Most 1
i Arc avoidable, and the great
1 thing to cleanse the skin Is
j Viall's Antiseptic
i It Is perfectly adapted to the tol-
let, hath, shaving, nursery, and
j Is healing and soothing to any lr-
I rltatlng skin disease.
This medicinal toilet soap is
; prepared from the purest lngre-
' dients and posswrses remarkable
. ( ( It sells for 50 cents the box at
Where tho Carj 1
j Be Deceived.
jf If you want a picture, or if ?
you want your pictures framed '
J. W. Gessford j
j 57 SO. MAIN. j
WHEN IN LOGAN STOP AT NEW
A flrst-clnss hotol for commercial
travelers One-half block cast of
MRS. WILCOX, Proprietor.
I FEED E
1 Vi oata. corn. U barley, carefully '
El cleaned, then ground, la cheaper ,
pj and better for horaca than straight ;
H oats. Try it. Custom Feed Mills, f
y C30 So. Srd West Tel. CSL
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's office, Salt Lako City.
Utah. Aug. 21. 1MH.
Notice la heroby given that Emma Bur
mester, whoso noBlofflco address ia 1217
Fourth Btrcet, Salt Lako City, Utah, has
made application ln accordance with tho
requirements of chapter 100 of tho Ses
sion Laws of Utah, 1S03, to appropriate
eighteen hundredths (0.1S) of a second
foot of tho water lowing from that cer
tain spring situated in Salt Lake Cltv
and county, at a point which Is distant
about 153 feet west and -123 feet north of
the southeast cornor of section 29. town
ship 1 north, range 1 east, Salt Lake baso
ond meridian, to bo diverted bv means
of a settling tank at the point where tho
eprlng issues and from where tho water
will bo conveyed through a pipe for a
dlstaoco of about -1000 feet and there be
used from January 1 to AJeoember 31, ln
cIubIvo, of each year. During tho Irri
gation season of each year the water
will bo used for tho Irrigation of about
two and one-half ncres of land embraced
ln lots 3 and 1, block 33, plat Q, Salt
Lako City survey. At all seasons of tho
year tho water will bo used for supply
ing ponds to propagato trout and for ou
Unary purposes on tho above described
All protests against tho granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
muBt bo made by affidavit and tiled In
this office after thirty (SO) days and be
fore sixty (CO) days from tho date hereof
A. F, DOREMUS.
1'lrst publication August 21: last Sep
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ASSESSMENT NO. 0.
Wabash Mining company. Principal
place of business. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting
of the board of directors, hold on the 22nd
day of August, 1501, an assessment of flvo
cent3 (5c) per sharo was levied on tho
capital stock of tho corporation, payable
on or before tho 23rd day of September.
1901, to W. Mont. Ferry, secretary, at
room 521 Atlas block, "West Second South
street, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock
upon which this assessment may remain
unpaid on the 23rd day of September, 190-1,
will bo delinquent and advertised for sale
at public auction, and unless payment la
mado before will bo sold on tho 15th clay
of October, 1G04, to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expense of snle.
W. MONT. FERRY, Secretary;
Location of office, 621 Atlas block, Salt
Lako City. Utah. z!721
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joo Bowers Mining company, principal
placo of business at Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the directors, held on the 20th dny of
August, 1001. an assessment of one (1)
cent per share (being assessment No. 12),
was duly levied on the capital stock of
tho corporation, payable Immediately to
R. T. Burton, Jr.. secretary of the com
pany, at the offlco of the company, room
No. 225 D F. Walker bldg., Salt Lake
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 24th day of
September. 1901, will bo delinquent and
advertised for salo at public auction, and
unless payment Is mado boiore, will bo
sold on tho 15th day of October, 1904, to
pay tho delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expense
of sale. R. T. BURTON. JR.,
Room No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg., Salt
T.-co City, Utah. zl718
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office,
Salt Lako City. Utah, Aug. 24, 1901.
Notlco Is hereby given that Josoph Y.
Larsen and D. B. Brlnton, whoso post
office address Is Murray, Utah (Rural Froo
Delivery Routo No. 4), havo mado applU
cation in accordance with thu require
ments of chapter 100 of tho Session Law
of Utah, 1P03. to appropriate two-thlrrfd
(2-3) of a second-foot of tho water flow
ing from Elg Willow spring, situated ap
proximately ln the center of tho cast half
of section 1, township 2 south, rango 1
east, Salt Lako base and meridian, to bo
diverted by means of a dam and flume at
a point Just below whero said spring Is
sues and from whero the water will bo
conveyed through a tlumo and pipe for" a
distance of about 4000 feet, and thero bo
used from March 1. to December .11 of
each vcar for the Irrigation of aoout sixty
acres" of land In tho southwest quarter
of ths southwest quarter of section 1,
and In tho couth half of tho southeast
quarter of section 2, township 2 south,
rango 1 east. Salt Lake base and meri
dian, ln Salt Lake county, Utah. So much
of said water as may bo necessary for
watering llvo stock owned by said appli
cants will be used. It Is claimed by ap
plicants that tho water flowing from said
spring Is now wholly wasted through
seepaco and evaporation.
All protests ngalnst the granting of said
application, stating the reasons therefor,
must bo made by affidavit and lllcd In
this offlco after thirty (30) days and be
fore sixty (CO) days from tho date hereof.
A. F DOREMUS, Stato Engineer.
First publication August 21, last Sep
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County ClerV or the respective
Iffners 'or further information-
IN THE DISTRICT COUTtT. PRO
bato division, ln and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
oatnto of Samuel E. Allen, deceased. No
tice. The petition of John M. C. Allen, admin
istrator of tho estate of Samuel E. Allen,
deceased, praying for tho settlement of
final account of said administrator and for
the distribution of the reslduo of said es
tate to tho persons entitled, hns been sot
for hearing on Friday, the ICth day of Sep
tember, A. D, ISOl. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse. In tho courtroom
of Bald court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
Witness the Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 31st day of Au
gust. A. D. 1501.
rScal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
S. McDowall, Attorney for Estate. a20
ADMINISTRATOR'S "SAIE OF
Pursuant to an order herctoforo Issued
out of tho District court of Salt Lako
county, Utah, tho undersigned will sell at
prlvato salo for cash to tho hlp.hcst bid
der, on the 15th day of September, 1904.
bids to bo received on or before tho nnld
15th day of September, l!Ki, at tho law
office of C. M. Nlelson, Rooms 23S-0, Con
stitution block, Salt Lake City. Utah, tho
4 city lots and the housu and tho Improve
ments thereon belonging to tho estate of
'Johanna Olsen Hogenson, deceased, de
scribed as follows, to wit: All of lots 9, JO,
11 and 12, block. 3G, Sandy Station plat,
Sandy City. Salt Lake county, Utah;
terms of sale, cash, subject to confirma
tion by tho Probate court of Salt Lako
county. Utah. F. S. FERNSTROM.
Administrator of tho Estate of Johanna
Olson Hogensen, Deceased.
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Administra
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah.
In tho matter of. the estato of fDanlol
Lloyd, deceased Notice.
Tho petition of Niels Llnd prajlng for
tho Issuance to himself of letters of ad
ministration in tho estato of Daniel
Lloyd, deceased, hns been sot for hearing
on Friday, the ICth day of September, A.
D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho County
courthouse, ln tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness the Clerk of. said court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of
September, A. D. 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, Clerk
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
II. A. Smith, Attorney for Petitioner.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
Pursuant to an order herctoforo Issued
out of the District court of Salt Lako
county, Utah, the nnderslgned will sell
at private salo for cash, subject to con
firmation by the Probate court of Salt
Lako county, Utah, to tho highest bidder,
on tho 15th day of September, 1904, bids
to bo received at the law offlco of C. M.
Nlelson, Rooms 23S-9, Constitution "block.
Salt Lake City, Utah," an undivided one
half Interest in and to a hougo and lot
belonging to the estato of Susanna T. L.
Schultz. deceased, and described ns fol
lows, to wit: Ail of lot 11'. ln block 1 of
the Woodmanseo subdivision of block 1,
plat "B," Salt Lake City survey.
Administrator of the Estate of Susanna
T. L. Schultz. Deceased.
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Administra
tor. . n290
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato Division, ln and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Margaret Vandybnrkcr, dc-Ct-ased.
The petition of Israel Bennlon, admin
istrator of the estate of Margaret Van
dybnrkcr, deceased, praying for an order
to sell the following described personal
property of said decedent, to wltr SS head
of stock cattle now on range near Faust,
Tooolc county, Utah, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 16th day of Sep
. tember, A. D. 300-1. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
tho county courthouse, In .the courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of
August. A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for E3tatc.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Ulah.
In tho matter of tho estato of Eliza B.
II. Voas, deceased. Notice.
The petition for approval and settle
ment of account and report of the admin
istrator of tho estato of Eliza B. H. Voss,
deceased, has been sot for hearing on
Friday, tho 16th day of September, A. D.
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho county
courthouse, ln tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof affixed this 3rd day of
September, A. D lWH.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
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AJax Minlnr; company. Location and I nlH
n.C,PTIi1,pla0.,0C business, Salt LaJco I SH
iT,m' Ji'iiIo,Uce7Thcr0 aro delinquent i BH
"p?"th Allowing described stock, oh ac- EH
fSi Hnf assessment No. 7. levied on tho I BH
ISth day of July. IH, tho several amounts BH
Ehn-Cp?5,t0 lbG names of tho respective HH
uharcholders, as follows: SSI
No. No, Hl
a v,. . Cert. Shares. Ami. BH
Armstrong; Schlrmer & i flB
rr?,,''"V 3,125 500 20.00 1 BH
Geo. E. Armstrong & IH
rP"tA- 1.243 CO 20.00' HH
Geo. E. Armstrong & H9H
Geo. E. Armstrong & BH
rZ?'"'" ' M03 500 20.00 BH
Geo, E. Armstrong &- flH
GP-V, BOO 20.00 WM
tcp. E. Armstrong & BH
f.S'-"-, .L405 500 20.00 BH
Geo. E, Armstrong & HH
vi7"; WW 500 20.00 HH
-A .-Armstrong 1,013 GOO 20.00 KH
0.- 5- Andew & Co 3.703 125 6.00 BH
W B. Andrew & Co 3,709 CO 2.40 BH
' Langloy 2.415 100 4.00, ttH
Barnott & Langloy 3.410 500 20.00 1 (iH
t groaning 3,117 1M 4.00 i BSH
' Proylc 3,703 7,500 300.00 1 SlH
AJlco M. Boylo 3,705 2,500 100.W EeH
Thomas Bows ... .3.212 500 20.00 ISB
'r Jr-TBnn S26 50 2.00 HtH
Yr' II' g ntz 3,811 700 28.00 RtH
lYr- H- 5 ntz 3,523 500 20.00 ftSIB
W. Blntz 3,033 500 20.0)' SfB
J. L. Blosser 3,481 200 8.00 fiB
Chas. H. Barton J5.529 1,000 40.00 ' H
L. B. Balch 3,028 C4 2.56 liB
E. C. Coffin 1,777 100 4.00
L. C. Coffin..'. 2,203 :00 4.00, yOH
B. C. Coffin & Son 2.S33- 100 4 CO lH
E. C. Coffin & Sofi 3,03) 100 4,00 ftH
A. S. Campbell 2.623 100 4.00 flB
A. S. Campbell 2.G24 100 4 CO VH
A. S. Campbell ... 2,625 ICO 4 CO IgH
A. S. Campbell ,.2,625 100 4.00 UB
A. S. Campbell .2,627 100 4.CO
A. S. Campbell 3.054 100 4.00 SB
H. B. Cole... 2.593 100 4.00 rH
W. H. Clark 2.071 100 4.00 IB
W. II. Clark 1,000 40.00 M
W. II. Clark .46 25 1.00 B
Mary E. Cumralngs.... .2.524 100 4.00 M
P. W. Champion 3,569 400 10.00 I B
H. W. Doscher 1,342 100 4.00 1 H
II. "W. Doscher 1,545 100 4.00 ll
H. TV. Doscher 3,555 500 20.00 jB
H W. Doscher 3,377 500 20.00 SB
H. W. Doscher.... 3.3S3 500 20.00 IB
H. "tt Doscher 3,-tOl 50) 20.00 ' EB
II. W. Doscher 3,449 500 20.00 BB
H. W. Doscher 3.C70 1,00) 40.00 , H
Mra, W. E, Dawson.... 2,094 100 4.00 IB
Flora Davis 3,413 50) 20.00 ''H
M. J. Dallcy 3,391 500 20.00 JH
R. J. Evans 2,231 100 4.00
R. J. Evans 2,921 500 20.00 mlH
R. J. Evans 3.173 100 4.0) AB
T. Egnn 3,593 l.COO 40.CO MilH
T. Egan 3.594 1.000 40.CO MH
T. Egan 3.593 1,000 40. CO i SBH
F. A. Earls 3.016 250 10.CO . Erl
H. G. FlBhcr 3,633 1,000 40.00 B
H. G. Fisher 3,637 1,000 40. CO IftH
H. G. Fisher 3,693 1,000 40.00' tfcH
G. Fellows 3.276 400 16.00 I'iH
G. A. Glbbs 1.ES1 100 4.00 LiJIH
Robert 13. Glovr Z.jvj 500 20.001 IWM
reter Greaves, j'r 3,010 100 4.00 I
Hudson Sons & Co 3.C3? 100 4, CO ' L'tH
V. JJ. XJ.UU3U1I. ........ ...,T5 JW H.UU a fH
F. A. Hoock 2.S51 500 20.00 S'.H
F. A. Hoock 3.401 500 20.00, S-JH
F. A. Hoock 3,402 500 20.00 iJiflBH
J. D. Harrison 2,563 100 4.00
Jas. Hcgncy 2.C52 500 20.001 13i.BlH
Nick Hansen 923 10) 4 CO I rilBH
Maude Harold 3,350 50 2.00 j !!IBH
Thos, R, Hamer 3,613 500 20.0) I HBH
J. N. Ireland 3,6So 200 8.0) if'WM
V. Jonsen 2,029 500 20.00 IrtHlH
V. Jensen 3,453 10) 4.00 ollBH
V. Jensen 3,137 100 4.00, S9i.lllH
II. S. Joseph 3,330 100 4.00 S-lUBH
A. L. Jacobs 1,597 10) 4.00 1 erfjVUBBBllH
M. M. Johnson 3,230 500 20.00 i. JM
Elizabeth II. Justlco.... 294 100 4.00
L. P. Judd 3,683 1,000 40.00
L. P. Judd 3.6S9 25 1,00' t'UH
T. A. Knickerbocker.... 420 500 20.001 (3?IBH
T. A. Knickerbocker.... 693 500 20.00 tSiiBH
Lena Lehman 3,263 200 8. CO"
Carl A. Lehman 754 100 4.00 HlH
Anna M. Lowe 3,174 200 8. CO. i.llH
Anna M. Lowe 3,693 1,510 00.40 fNflH
J. C. Lynch 2.0S5 100 4. CO rSIH
Mary & Margaret Mc- , laM
Grath S97 100 4,00 IflH
'Samuel Mclntyre , 6S2 55 2.20 JaBH
Henry Miles 2,661 100 4. CO JlilllH
M. M. Miller 1,913 ICO 4.CO i'H
M. M. Miller 3,152 500 20.00 HHH
John Mulrooney 952 50 2.C0 ftftllllllH
Simon D. Murray 1,002 100 4.00 iDflH
Frank Mooro .....3,105 ICO 4.00. ft9BH
J. E. Malone.. 3.204 500 20.00 tfflH
J. E. Malone 3.203 500 20.00 rBBH
J. E. Malone 3,273 500 20.00 NY1H
J. E. Malone .3.274 500 20.00 VrjkM
J. E. Malone 3,300 500 20,00 KftiH
J. E. Mnlono 3.30!! 500 20.00 PfHlH
J. E. Malone 3.302 500 20.00 vllH
J. E. Malono 3.304 1.000 40.(0
J. E. Malono 3,305 1.000 40.00
J. E. Malono 3,303 1.0GO 40,00 FlIH
J. E. Malone 3,305 600 20 00 i
a S. Norrlsh 3,133 500 20.CO
a7 B. Norr.sr. 500 20.0)
II. A. Nelson S.5si 100 4.(0
Joa. Ofcarndorfor ..1.550 60 2.00 i'iSHH
John R, Patience 1.312 100 4.00 jXH
D H. Peery. Jr 1.72o 500 20.00 LlllH
D H Pecry. Jr 1.E03 100 4.00
D II. Peery. Jr 1.S77 ICO 4.00 (tflH
S. J. Paul 3.217 500 20.CO, Kll
J. A. Pollock & Co 3.604 250 10.(0 1
J. A. Pollock & Co 3.C10 1,000 40.CO lIH
J. A. Pollock & Co 3.611 50) 20.CO fflM
H. P. Pcx ton 3.654 COS 20 25 . t&H
Geo Peters 2.792 iw 4.00 IfH
Geo Peters 2'33 100 4,CO -WM
Geo! Peters 3,400 CCO 20.CO
N. A. Page 3.4ol 100 4, CO
v- a page .....3,4o3 1(0 i. CO ' SliillllH
Sam Peterson. Jr 3,603 1.500 Oo.'co VH
F H Roc 'S3 CO 2.40 I'BH
R.'AV." Bodgcrs 3,269 5(0 20.00 'SSH
R W. Badgers ,..3.31 i 00 20.CO illH
Sheets & Thompson 1,623 100 4.(0
Sheets & Thompson 1.S61 1(0 4.CO llKH
Ihcets & Thompson 2.002 100 4.CO H
Sheets & Thompson 2.C23 JWo lW lH
Sheets & Thompson 3,417 500 20.00
Sheets & Thompson JJJV3 62 2.48 MM
J: l. IS":;33:3l3 m 4o: !
AnenThSa.viord'::3.000 1,000 M S
8. G. Saxman 3.043 600 20.00 JLM
S. G SaxmaJ 3.6o5 500 0,CO lH
A L Slmondl 3.5 -00 SM MliH
Ellas A Smith 3,710 325 6.00
W H. Tlbhals 1.523 100 4.00
John Thauer .W 00 20.W W
John Thauer 3,3 500 20.0)
John Thauer 3,o60 60) 20 w MH
3onn l-saucr o. 500 lu.00 tfflM
Tnnn Thauer 3,i72 500 20. CO ulAH
Ph"" Trumbull 3,607 2,900 116.00 WtM
Ta?mr Bros 1.441 100 4 0)
M W Taylor 1.45o 100 4.(0 MH
rinrlssa Tucker 3.507 375 15.00 HH
Jas R Tucker 3.609 375 16.0) WM
K G Woolley. Jr 1.0d5 300 12.00 JttH
n A.' Whlttcmore 2.71S WO 20.00 dltflH
fohn A. Williams 818 10 .40 MM
W. R. Wlghtman 3,353 600 20.00 fNH
'Piirt of. fulllllllllllllllllllli
And in accordance with law and an or- HvliiiiH
dor of the board of directors, mado on tho llfflBH
iRth day of July, 1904, so many shares of
cich parcel of such stock as may bo ne- SWBH
cessary will be sold at public auction, at SUM
tho offlco of tho secretary, Boom 306, SflBH
Dooly block, Sail Lako City, Utah, on BH
Tucsdnv. tho 6th day of Soptember, 190i. fcBH
at 11 o'clock a. m., to pay the delinquent (flfli.BH
assessment thereon, together with th
costs of advertising and oxponso of sale. (flll
J, f. BURT; Sccrotary. IHH
First publication August 22, 104. z!691 (liH
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City, Sl
Utah, Sept. 2, 1(04. fflB
Notice Is heroby given that James J. tHB
Chambers, whose postofflco address is 350 HB
Broadwav. New York city, N. Y.. has H
mado application ln accordance with the iiH
rcaulremcnts of chapter 100 of tho Session BH
Laws of Utah, 1903, to approprlato ten (10) jB
EQcond feet of tho wator flowing ln Little SH
Cottonwood crook, ln Salt Lake county. flB
Utah, to bo diverted by means of a dam nl
and pipe at a point on the South fork of B!B
said Llttlo Cottonwood creek about two BH
miles south of its Junction with the main BH
stream, from whero tho water will bo con- BH
veyed through n pine for a distance ot HBH
about 10,000 feet, and thero bo used from BH
January 1st to December 31st, inclusive, KH
of each year for dovoloplng power for H
electrlo lighting and for propelling ma- H
chlnery at mines, smelters and pumping H
plants In Salt Lako valley. After having
been so diverted and used tho water will H
be returned to tho natural channel of Lit- H
tie Cottonwood creek at tho confluonco of H
said South fork stream with snld creek. H
All protests ngalnst the granting of said liB
npplloatlon, stating tho reasons therefor, ll
must bo made by affidavit and filed In jH
this office after thirty (30) days and be- VM
foro sixty (0)) days from tho dato hereof. BH
A. F. DOREMUS. State Engineer. QH
First publication, Sept. Oct. X. ilH
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