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Mtuesday moenixg, September. 6, loo-i. TjEDS SALT LAKE THIBUiSriSc page even 1 1
weil Eispiag Wife
If to Idaho,
If
21 Intended to Kill the
1 Woman and Her
iit-1 Lover.
Mi
gjjjalSays His Wife Must Come
IBIBack to Him or Go to the
f Penitentiary.
iy wlfo wants to come back to" mc,
go with her where sho wants to
llovo hor and can forgive her. But
Hoes not do this, I will see that
a' Gene Gates co to the penlten
t irncd and worn aftor two months'
fof the doping couple, whom
jklgby arrested In Logan a couplo
s ago, William Turptn mado this
nt Jn the county Jail yesterday,
lo told how he had followed the
th the ono idea to kill them both
take his little child,
fkad Befriended Gates,
s a strango story, and the man
ialmost listlessly Only when ho
if the woman whom he had mar
;ht years ago and of the little
I lie show any feeling. Ho told
rodo a young saddlo horse until
mal dropped dead, and then how
cod, for weeks, always cherishing
that ho might come on Gates
3 woman, cither to right it out
e man or kill the pair as they lay
r, and tho story came In as mat
ci a manner as though he were
US a horse trndo.
not know why my wifo left mc,"
.. I had dono everything for her
could As for Gates, I Had been
L to him I had housed him whito
sick, and had given him food. I,
uspected anything wrong until I
ack from Alia and found tho
mpty, and my brother crying on
ch.
old me tho news Ho told mo how
d gone the midnight before, taking
lod with them. Gates had gotten
ses and my wife had Joined him.
Horso Dropped Dead,
rted right out after them. I took
r saddle horse. I rode fifty miles
1 stopped at all lo rest, and I
rode ai a pretty har ait. Any
io horso gavo out Just tho other
Logan. He reared high and then
dead. I never stopped, but
jut on a walk. I inquired ovorv
for thorn, and I followed from
place, Jjut was always way bo
ut to Pocatello, and from there to
Prom Oakley I went to Soda
.'. I slopped at other places and
lo trips. I had to walk always,
is out of funds and had no horso.
?6ro good to me. 1 always offered
: when I got grub, but they did
it anything They said that in a
;e that anyone ought to do the
y could to help a man.
Carried Two Guns.
;kept on. and I hoped that some
feuld catch them. I know Gates
forty-live but I had two good
. me, und I guess either of them
hoot ns far as his. All 1 wanted
sou them, so that I could got an
cak. I wanted to kill Gates and
s. and then to take the littlo girl,
uld, I wanted to come on them
togother, and to shoot them as
.' there,
lly I went to work near Soda
and while I was working I
Kl through tho papers that Shorlff
?r , PU'red them. I came right
t Lako and found them here In Jail.
Wnk my wife will como back to
She. does not waut to go back
i,wc lived, but that is natural. I
ro: anywhere else with .her. I havo
married to her clsht years, and I
ft want to give her up If she will
!?fiack to mo. I urn willing to for
?ina forget I always treated her
v 1 culd and provided for her.
Ijsno does not want to come tc mo,
en stay away and take tho conse
l'?r A.wlu BCe lhat she and Geno
feo to the penitentiary."
j; iMANDEXPULSION SM00T.
i
1 jSdo Methodist Conferp.nce Like
wise Denounces MorraoniBm.
EBLO, Colo., Sept. 5.-vrhc Methodist
opal conference of Colorado today
iur.f0iutlo.na denouncing Mormon
fcfi nV V51" 1,10 expulsion ef Apostle
TfcBmoot from the United States Sen
fli nai'?.iJP, an amendment to the
'rmnalltutlon whlch "shall doflnc
gfcmarriage as monogamlc and make
.and,po,i,am,3t cohabitation un
Ctfki'vi. aniJ Pretense a crlmo
IKtn 1lUed. States, punishable lo
K,n,i IK;nnUy., Including disfranchise
M& im8flusl1 ncal,on l hold ofnee,
co ltary,Jn 1,10 United Stales or
Jbtate or Territory under Us Jurls-
WEATHER 1 RECORD. I
ather for today Fair.
SruCS:al thG l0Cal 0fflcC 01
nmm, temperature. S3 degrees:
rT1,fm-Pneraturo- &l degrcp.,; mean
ini.m'n'9 ,lpErccS. which Is 2 dc
'above the normal.
Sfli!"111' oC tempera turo
i 1L ''tho month. 5 degrees.-
fJannl-irvtr1' oi Kturo
fo.innuary l. fcj? degreca
precipitation from G p. sn. to C p.
tCflr0,",010"07 J Precipitation
m.,io?i.oC U,c mnth. .15 inch.
RiL DAY-1
KSP'. Sept' G. Jamer, A. Richer
R He '? dcad-
Mailed America profcsolonally
m
lty ifcl,'r LMarkc, llrst rector of
Kman1 iCaI ,u,rch. and the eldest
Wnan In this city, is dcad at the ago
Md ,&er,7. (HoIe-ln-the-Day), son
Kn SiltbRul8,lSd Chippewa chieftain,
ot tho Chippewa nation
aacaota, Is dead, aged 15 years.
In - the Labjr World $
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 5. An agree
ment has been reached between tho strik
ing tcnmstcrH and the draymen by which
thero will bo a resumption of work to
morrow. ,
CHICAGO, Sept. President Donnelly,
who loft tho atock yards to participate
In the annunl Labor day demonstrations,
. refused to discuss Iho report that tho first
movo to settle Iho strike was tho return
of 3500 men in New York. '
WASHINGTON, Sept, G. The Mu
sicians' union today declared a general
strike of tho members of tho orchestras
of tho local theaters. Thrco houses ara
open. Tho men employed at two of them
wont out. and the performances were
given with Improvised orchestras, whllo
In tho case of the third tho orchestra
played as usual. Tho men demand a 20
per cent lncreaso In pay.
Live Stock
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO, Sept. 6. Cattle Receipts,
S500. Market strong. Beeves, $3.155 G.15;
cows and heifers, ?l.C0iRC0; stockcrs and
feeders, $2.0OffC.GO; Tcxans, ?3.10i.25;
Westerns. S2.7&5-I 50.
Hogs Receipts. li;O0O. Market steady.
Mixed and butchers, So.G035.G0; good to
choice heavy, 5.20S.55; rough heavy. S4.C0
mj0; light, $5.2&g6.65; bulk of sales, 5o.l&3
5.C0. '
Sheep Receipts, lr-.wy). Market steady.
Sheep, $2.50S-li5; lambs, $I.CO0.25.
OMAHA.
OMAHA. Sept 5.-CattIe Receipts, 3S00.
Strong. Xatlvo steers, $3.75''5,oft; cows
and heifers. .?2.S03 50; Western steers,
$3.CO-U0; Texas steers. $2.75.50; rango
cows and heifers, $2,10723.30; dinners, 51.3)
(52.00; stockers and feeders, ?2.C0if3.S0:
52.E0i03.S0: ealvca, 13 0ff5.23; bulls and
stags. $1.753.00. Hogs Receipts. 2(00;
Shade to 5c lower. Heavy. J5.10J5Ti.3D;
mixed. J5.20iff5.C0; light, JS.3OiT5.40; pigs, i
$4.75.5.00; bulk of sales. ?5.20f?5.35. Sheep I
Rc,cclptfl. 9000. Steady. Western year-
lings. J3.6OSj4.00; wethers, J3.253.7c; ewes,
ja.OOtrs.CO; common nnd stockcrs, S2.5011) 1
3.C5; lamb3, Jt.00fj6.00. t
KANSAS CITY.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 5. Cattle Re-
eclpts, 10.000: strong to 10c higher. Native
steers. S3.75fJC.00; native covs and heifers.
Jl.50ff-l.75; stockcrs and feeders, $2.25-.00;
bulls. 52 0W3.2E; calves ?2.50ffG.OO; Western I
steers, J3.OMjf4.50; Western cows, 51.60ff3.En.
Hops Receipts. 3000; steady to Gc higher. I
Bulk of sales. Jv.3Aiff5.40; heavy. S5.25(rt5 S5; .
packers, JS.30?j6.40: pigs, and light. J5 20ff)
5.45. Sheep Receipts. 3000; strong. Mut- I
tons. $3.25-4.10: lambs. J4.50ifr5.sn: rango i
wethers, J3.25ffM.10; ewes, $2.7aff3.C0. 1
St. Louis Wool Market. 1
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 5. Wool steady ; terrl-
lory and Western medium, 20ff21c; flno .
medium, lClSc; line, 154?lCc; I
TEA
It is a companion in pleas
ure or misery, one or the
other; and some of us don't
know one from the other.
Tho liind You Have Ahvrtys Boulit lias horiio tlib siuft
turo oi' Ohas. H. Fletcher, and has been mado under his
personal supervision i'or over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Countcrlcits, Imitations and
" Jusfc-iis-jjood" are hut Experiments, and endang-cr tha
health of Children Exi)erienco against Experiment.
What bs CASTOR1A
Oastoria is :i liarmless suhstituto fov Castor Oil, Pare-'
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Tarcotic
substance. Its asro is its g-u:.rantce. It desfaroj-s "Worms
and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhcaa and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, enres Constipatioa
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, retuiatcs the
Stomach and Bowels, giving' healthy and natural sleeps
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind Yon Haie Always Bought
j Bears the Signature of
hi Use Por Over 30 Years,
THE C"'TUn COMPANY, 7T MUnnAY OTflCCT, T4CW YOH OSTY.
Salt Cafu City Brewing gpaity
Hew Brand of I
k l-AGERBEERy Dcin& of a superior quality, is rapidly taking J
the place of Eastern importations. By the J
' case or l'fll'rej the same price as our other
'''' PIIJ brands. Try it. Telephone 17.
I -ffffHPj j moritz, Genera! manager. I
NEW FALL GOODS. .
www II EN we purchased the Lace House Bankrupt otock Yfef
W Just winter, more than eight-tenths of tho mer- IMm)9i4
v " chandlao conelsted of Fall and Winter goods. Wo PlIllSP5.
found It lmpoaalble to dlspoao of out-of-season merchandise, inot-t O
no matter how groat the sacrlllce. Our twcnty-flvf thou- l'alaW
i aand dollars' worth of desirable Lace House stock va3 Mill
1 stored In our warehouse In anticipation of an Immense Early iljEfl
Fall Salo. FALL AND WINTER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR 0i
AND HOSIERY. SUITS. WALKING AND DRESS fffe qUI I1' K:
SKIRTS, FURS, SEALSKIN JACKETS, BLACK AND $&ffi K
COLORED UNDERSKIRTS, FLANNELETTE WRAP- iyS k
PDRS, CORSETS, GLOVES, YARNS AND FANCY
(3J7-trKrsx.rj GOODS ALL MERCHANDISE FROM THE LACE &SWv3$$X
W&&& HOUSE PURCHASE WILL BE OFFERED AT BANK- FV?
yffittyjk RUPT SALE PRICES. ?W?1
Vv ,arB0 force ot- Milliners has been engaged preparlnc ftj ilO
SjOwffilffl p for tne Fal1 Snov,'lnSs 1,1 Trimmed Hats. In addition to tho j r1 iVffljv
vJWwffi-v Immense -atock can'lcd over from the Lace House of less ex- jra SfflWja )
vC3rrsn pensive lines of Millinery, wc shall show some rich novelties , fey m, Wy)?
ffl from the latest Imported models. ffli
f j COMMSNCING TODAY iM
&u8&lL "V713 OFFER ALL FALL AND WINTER GOODS FROM (dfmirr
dhrrrr-" TO THE LACE HOUSE STOCK AT BANKRUPT PRICES. yf-v $
MTl h. AND GIVE 52.00 IN GOLD STAMPS .jwriW"'' W'
j"g PURCHASE
ALWAYS 5OHETHIN0 DOING J
mrjTtiM 1 1 hull I. II WM-TffflttlT
8 Now la pickling time. You'll H
want tho very best spleea. Wo aell
that kind. Our splcca are tho U
purest and freshest to bo had. if U
I you want perfect results, buy your m
eplcos horc. a
Cosk Tea & Coffee Co., I
'Phone 974-Y. U Ea3t 3rd So.
CUMM1NGS
COMMISSION CO. I
i Contlnuoua quotations on Now fc
h Tork Stocko and Chicago Grain.
i Wo buy and oell ntocks and grain sj
on margin or for caah. Our private I
5 rooms cnablo our customers to
5 come In and transact business with j
ihe utmost secrecy. 5
9 Wrlto or cull for our Book of In-
II formation ("System of Specula-
a tlon"). free upon application.
f Rooms 203-310-211-212 D. F. Walker 5
J block I
Mfmbcrs Salt Lako Stock and J
V Mining Exchange. 'Phono 6?9. 5
COTTON f EUT X.
Better than any Eastern make. Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & MTg Co.,
Salt Iake City, Utah.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
NOTICES.
Consult Count" ClerK or tho rcspcctlvo
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of the
estato of John H. Bach, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Sallv E. Wllklo, praying
for the Issuance to L3, A. Walton of let
ters of administration In tho estate of
John H. Bach, deceased, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the ICth day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1E0U at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse, In the courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 1st day of
September, A. D. lM-i. JOHN JAMES.
ISeal.l Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
A. W. Casoy, Attorney for Petitioner.
o0l
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division In and for Sail Lako coun
'ty, Stall' oi Utah. In the mailer of tho
Estate nomas Cott Griggs, deceased.
Notice
The petition of Thomas Hull and Robert
A. Ure, administrators of the estate of
Thomas Cott Griggs, deceased, praying
for an order of side of real property of
aald decedent, and that all persons inter
ested appear before tho said court to
show cause why an ordor should hot be
granted to sell so much as shall bo neces
sary, of the following dcTlbed real es
tate of said deceased, to wit: All that cer-
tain tract of land situated In Salt Lako
City. Salt Lako county, Utah, described'
as follows, o wit.
(a) Commencing at a point -10 feet north
of tho southeast corner of lot S. block 49,
plat "C," Salt Lake City survey, running
thence west IVz rods; thence south 2
rods; thence west 2'i rods; thenco north
M feet 10, inches; thence cast 10 rods,
thenco south &1 feet 10V Inches to the
placo of beginning, together with an
adobe and a frame house;
i(b) Commencing at a point 10 rods north
of the southeast corner of said lot S,
block -10, plat "C." Salt Lako City survey,
running thenco west 10 rods; thenco south
Ui rods; thenco east 10 rods; thenco
north 1U rods to tho place of beginning,
being vacant;
(c) Commencing at a point 1C.05 rods
somh of tho northwest corner of lot 8,
block 1, flve-acro plat "A." Big Field sur
vey, and running thenco oust 10 M rods;
thence south -1.35 rods; thenco west 10.55
rods, thenco north -1.35 rods to tho placo
of beginning, subject to a right of way
over Iho cast H feet of said described
property, also vacant, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the lGth day of Sep
tember, A. D 1S0I, at 10 o'clock a. m., ut
tho county courthouse. In iho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt
' Lake county, Utah. v
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of
August, A. D. 1SG1.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
G, H. Backmau, Attornoy for Estato.
2223
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the matter of the estato of Benjamin
M. Harman. deceased. Notice Is huroby
given that tho undorslgncd will sell at
prlvato Palo tho following-described per
sonal property, to wit: 1 wagon, 1 binder,
1 plow, 1 drill, 1 roller, 1 scraper. 7 holfors,
1C cows, 7 horses, 1 bull, hay, oats, lucerne
seed, household furniture and two shares
Of Utah Implement company stock (com
mon), on or after tho 10th day of Septem
ber, lOvl. at tho Harman farm, located on
tho east sldo of tho Jordan river and the
north sldo of Fourteenth South street,
county of Salt Lake, Statu of Utah, where
bids will bo received, Terms of sale, cash.
Dated this 3rd day of Soptombcr, 1901.
ANN P HARMAN,
Administratrix of tho Kslato of Benjamin
M. Harman, Deceased,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Richard Ingrham, deceased.
Notice.
Tho petition of Ellas Jensen, adminis
trator of the estato of Richard Ingrham.
deceased, praying for an order of sale of
real property of said decedent, and lhat
all persona interested appear beforo tho
said court to show cause why an order
should not be granted to sell so much as
ohall bo necessary of the following de
scribed real estate of said de
ceased, to wlU, commencing at a
point thirty-four rs north and
three-fourths of ono rod west of the
southenst corner of the northwoat quar
ter of section sixteen, township two south
of rango ono east, thence north forty
three rods; thonco west fifteen and three
fifths rods; thoncc south fortv-threc rods;
thence east fifteen and three-fifths rods ,
to placo of beginning, containing 1.192 .
acros, has been set for hearing on l'rl- I
duy, the lfith day of Soptombcr, A. D. 1
190-1. at 10 o'clock n. m., at the counly 1
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said
couit. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun
ty, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this 2oth day of Au
gust, A. D. 1501. JOHN JAMES,
fScal. Clerk.
By David B. Davie.", Deputy Clerk.
1 Ncla Jensen, Attorney for Estate. zl9H
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
NOTICES. '
Consult County OlcrV or tho respective
etgneru ror further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Samuel E. Allen, deceased. No
tlcc The petition of John M. -Cv Allen, admin
istrator of tho estate of Samuel E. Allen,
deceased, praying for the settlement of
final account of aald administrator and for
the distribution of tho reslduo of said es
tato to tho persons entitled, has been sot
for hearing on Friday, tho ICth day of Sep
tember, A. D. 3004, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
the county courthouse, In tho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 31st day of Au
gust, A. D. 1901,
rScal.l JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Cleric
S. McDowall, Attorney for Estate. aX5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estato of Thomas Elcock, deceased.
Credltora will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the law
offlco of C. M. Ncllson, Constitution build
ing, Salt Lako City, on or before the 4th
day of December, A. D. JWM
JOHN ELCOCK,
Administrator of Thomas Elcock, de
ceased, C M. Ncllson, Attorney for Administra
tor. Date of first publication, August 2, A.
D 1901. z52
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
Pursuant to an order heretofore Issued
out of the District court of Suit Lako
county, Utah, the undersigned will sell at
prlvato sale for cash to tho highest bid
der, on tho 16th day of September, 1904.
bids to be received on or before tho said
15lh day of September, 1KM, at the law
ofllco of C. M. Nlelson, Rooms 2.".S-9, Con
stitution block. Salt Lako City, Utah, tho
4 city lots and the house and the Improve
ments thereon belonging to the estate of
Johanna Olsen Hogensen, deceased, de
scrlhed as follows, to wit: All of lots 9. 10,
11 and 12. block 36. Sandy Station plat,
Sandy City. ""Salt Lake county, Utah;
terms of salo. cash, subject to confirma
tion by the Probate court of Salt Lako
cpunty. Utah. F. S. FERNSTROM,
Administrator of the Estate of Johanna
Olson Hogensen, Deceased.
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Administra
tor. a29S
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, in nnd for Salt Lake coun
cy. State of Utah.
In tho matter of the estate of Danlol
Lloyd, deceased Notice.
The petition of Niels Llnd praying for
the Issuanco to himself of letters of ad
ministration In tho estato of Daniel
Lloyd, doccascd. has been sot for hearing
on Friday, the lGth day of September, A.
D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho County
courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
ty, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of
September, A. D. 1901.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
H. A. Smith, Attorney for Petitioner.
a2C9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Samuel S. Pond, Sr., deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to tho undersigned at 217 South
Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah, on or
before the 10th day of June, A. D. 190u.
SAMUEL S. POND,
Executor of Estate of Samuel S. Pond, Sr.,
Deceased.
J R. Bowdle, Attorney for Estate.
Date of first publication, August 9, A.
D. 1S04. zGlo
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
Pursuant to an order heretofore Issued
out of tho District court of Salt Lako
county, Utah, the undersigned will soil
at prlvato salo for cash, subject to con
firmation by tho Probate court of Salt
Lake county, Utah, to the highest bidder,
on the 15th day of September, 1901. bids
to bo received at tho law office ot C. M.
Nlelson. Rooms 23S-9. Constitution block.
Salt Lako City. Utah, an undivided one
half Interest In and to a house and lot
belonging to the estate of Susanna T. L.
Schultz, deceased, and described as fol
lows, to wit: All of lot 11, In block 1 of
the Woodmansoo subdivision -of block 1,
plat "B," Salt Lake City survey.
SYVERT SCHULTZ,
Administrator of the Estate of Susanna
T. L. Schultz, Deceased.
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Administra
tor. n99
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate Division, In nnd for Salt 'Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Margaret Vandybarkcr, dc
Ceuaeu. Notice.
The potitlon ot Israel Bennlon, admin
istrator of the estate of Margaret Van
dybarkcr, deceased, praying for an order
to sell tho following described personal
property of said decedent, to wit- SS head
of stock cattlo now on rango near Faust,
Tooelo county, Utah, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the lGth day of Scp-
lomoer. a. u. iwjj. at 10 o ciock a. m.. at
tho countv courthouse, In tho courtroom
of said court. :(i Sr.It Lako City, Salt Lake
county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2Cth day of
August, A. D 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for Estato.
2IXS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah.
In tho matter of the estate of Eliza B.
II. Voss, deceased, Notice.
Tho petition for approval and settle
ment of account and report of tho admin
istrator of tho estato of Eliza B. H. Vosa,
deceased, has been sot for hearing on
Frldny. tho ICth day of September, A. D.
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m, at tho county
courthouEo, In the courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun
ty. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 3rd day of
Sentember, A. D. 1901.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clork-
a27fl
! NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice Is hotcby givon that tho annual
mooting of tho stockholders of tho Now
York Bonanza Mining company, for tho
election of directors and for tho trans
action of such other business as may law
fully como beforo It. will bo held at tho
ofllco of tho company, room 303 D. F.
Walker building, Salt Lake City. Utah, on
September 13, 1901, at 12 o'clock noon,
Books will closo for transfer Friday Sep
tember 9, 1901.
II. BARNETT, Secretary.
Salt Lako City, Utah, August 20, 1901.
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. NOTICE T) "WATER USERS. WM
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City.
Utah, Sept. 2, 1001. "
Notice Is hereby given that James J.
Chambers, whoso poktofflco address is 350
Broadway, New York city, N. Y.. hao
mado application In accordance with tho IH
requirements offchapter 100 of tho Session
Law3 of Utah, 1903, to appropriate ton (10)
second feet of the water Mowing In Littlo
Cottonwood creek. In Salt Lako county.
Utah, to bo diverted by means of a dam
and pipe- at a point on tho South fork of
sala , Littlo Cottonwood creek about two HH
miles south of Its Junction with tho main H
stream, from where tho water will bo con
veyed through a pipe for a dlstanco of
about 10.000 feet, and there bo used from
January 1st to December 31st, Inclusive, iH
of each year for developing power for 1
electric lighting and for propelling ma
tihlnery at mlnc3, smelters and pumping
plants In Salt Lake valley. After having
been so diverted and used the vatcr will
bo returned to tho natural channel of Lit
lie Cottonwood creek at the confluence of
said South fork stream with said creek.
All protests against tho granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor, iH
must be made by affidavit and filed In IB
this office after thirty (30) days and be-
foro sixty (CO) days from the dato hereof. 1
A. F. DOREMUS. State Engineer.
First publication, Sept. 2; last, Oct. 2 flH
1 nSO BH
NOTICE TO WATER USERS. ll
Stato Engln&:r'3 Office. fflH
Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 24, 1901. BH
Notlco Is hereby given that Joseph Y. IH
Larson and D. B. Brlnton, whoso post- Oil
office address is Murray, Utah (Rural Freo tl
Delivery Route No. -1), have made appli- Ol
cation in accordance with the rquir- QH
ments of chapter 100 of the Session LarV rl
of Utah, 1903. to appropriate two-thlM lH
(2-3) of a second-foot of tho vatcr How- tflH
lng from Big Willow spring, situated ap- Ml
proximately In tho center of tho east halt flH
of section 1, township 2 south, rango 1 H
east, Salt Lako base and meridian, to bo fl
diverted by means of a dam and flume at ll
a point Just below whore said spring Is- UH
sues and from where tho water will bo ll
conveyed through a Ilumo and pipe for a KH
distance of about 4000 feet, and there bo lH
used from March 1. to December 31 of KH
each year for the Irrigation of auout sixty ll
acres of jand In tho southwest quarter Dfll
of tho southwest quarter of section 1, tH
and In the couth half of tho southenst njH
quarter of section 2, township 2 south, ImH
range 1 cast. Salt Lake base and merl- flftl
dlan, in Salt Lako county,-Utah. So much imH
of said water as may be ncoesaary for ymH
watorlng live stock owned by said nppl!- Pml
cants will bo used. It Is claimed by ap- nSH
pllcants that the water flowing from said fibH
spring Is now wholly wasted through ll
secpago and evaporation. lul
Ad protests against the granting of said ISI
application, stating the reasons therefor, til
must be mado by affidavit and filed In '9H
this office after thirty (20) days and bo- 'SM
foro sixty (CO) days from tho date horcof. IH
A. F. DOREMUS, Stato Engineer. 3H
First publication August 24,' last Sop- H
tember 23. gjl
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Bowrs Mining company, principal Hl
place of business at Salt Lake City. Utah, Cfl
Notice 13 hereby given that at a meeting 'tfH
of the directors, held on the 20th day of ;9H
August, 1904, an assessment of one (1) nSI
cent per share (being assessment No. 12), fllH
was duly levied on the capital 'Stock of slH
the corporation, payable Immediately to HH
R. T. Burton, Jr., secretary of the com- fH
pany. at the office of the company, room ;JI
No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg.. Salt Lake iTM
City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 24th day of
September. 1901, will bo delinquent and ;
advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment lb made beiore, will bo '1;
cold on the lGth day of October, 1904, to "i
pay tho delinquent assessment, together 'f
with the cost of advertising and expenso
ot sale. R. T. BURTON, JR.,
Secretary. UlH
Room No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg , Salt
T co City. Utah. zl?lS H
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's office, Salt Lake City, tlfl
Utah, Aug. 24. 1904.
Notlco Is hereby given that Emma Bur- .H
mcster, whose pOstoffico address Is 1217
Fourth street. Salt Lake City, Utah, has 'lH
mado application In accordance with tho i-roH
requirements of chapter 100 of the Ses- ;mH
slou Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriate iH
eighteen hundredths (0.13) of a second- 'TH
foot of the water flowing from that cer- 'jlH
tain spring situated In Salt Lako City .IH
and county, at a point which is distant 'JH
about luS feet west and 429 feet north of 'MH
the southeast corner of section 29. town- .'-IH
ship 1 north, range 1 cast. Salt Lake baso i -H
and meridian, to be diverted by means ' -3H
of a settling tank at the point where tho V JM
spring Issues and from whero tho water ;H
will bo convoyed through a pipe for a .
distance of about 4C00 fcot and thore bo NH
used from January 1 to December 31, In- 4H
elusive, of each year. During tho lrrl- '.iM
gatlon season of each year the water tiH
will bo used for tho Irrigation of about MH
two and one-half acres of land embraced "iH
In lots S and 4, block 33, plat Q, Salt -ll
Lako City survey. At all seasons of tho . iH
vear tho water will bo used for supply- JH
lng ponds to propagato trout and for cu- v H
Unary purposes on the abovo described IH
All protests against tho granting of said 'IH
application, stating tho reasons therofor. ?
must be made by affidavit and filed In -vH
this office after thirty (30) days and be- "H
foro sixty (GO) days from the date hereof,
A. F. DOREMUS, x
Stnta Enclnecr. IH
First publication August 21; lost Sep- iV'H
tember it
' ASSESSMENT NO. 9.
Wabash Mining company. Principal jl
placo of business, Salt Lake City, Utah vll
Notice Is 'hereby given that at a meeting -Ml
of the board of directors, held on tho 22nd )
day of August, 1904, an assessment of five 1 jl
cents (5c) per share was levied on tho
capital stock of tho corporation, payable
on or beforo tho 23rd day of September,
1901, to W. Mont. Ferry, secretary, at Hl
room 521 Atlas block, West Second South r
street, Salt Lake City. Utah. Any stock OH
upon whtch this assessment may remain 'H
unpaid on the 23rd day of September, 1901. vH
will be delinquent and advertised for sale iVJH
at public auction, and unless paymont Is Ul
made before will be sold on the loth day r?j
ot October, 1901, to pay the delinquent as-
scssment, together with the cost of ad- rijB
vcrtlslng and expense of sale.
W. MONT. FERRY. Secretary. rHH
Location of office. 521 Atlas block, Salt iHH
Lake City, Utah. zl721
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineers office, Salt Lako City, H
Utah. Aug, 31, 1901. rQnH
Notice Is hereby given that tho Old (VQH
Evergreen Mining nnd Tunnel company. I'LH
by II. G. McMillan, its secretary, whoso ifiH
postoffice address Is Salt Lake City, Utah, IMI
has mado application, In accordance with eIjH
tho requirements of chapter 100 of tho CtH
Session Laws of Utah IPOo, to impropriate tr'iH
sixteen and seven-tenths (1C.7) second- k&H
feot of tho water flowing In Big Cot- IkI
(onwood creek. In Salt Lake county, Utah, EaIH
to be diverted by means of a ditch, flume rflH
and plpo at a point on said creek from n&jH
which the quarter-section corner at tho HjH
southeast corner of the southwest quar- E&hH
tcr of section 2G. township 2 south, rango mH
3 cast, Salt Lako baso and meridian, bears ttlH
north 35 degrees 15 minutes east f3G feet wiH
distant: also from a spring branch nt a OQH
point from where said quarter-section iiTiH
corner bears north 15 degrees east 912 IfrjH
feet distant (tho intention being to turn RMH
the water of said spring branch Into said MH
creek at tho point of diversion first aboo t&lH
described), from where the commingled IfiflH
water will be conveyed through a ditch wtH
lliimo nnd pipe for a distance of about fpl
200 feet, and there bo used from Jan- IrJH
uarv 1st to December "1st of each year Hl
for developing power to propel mining nrd Kl
milling machinery at the Old Evergreen RIH
mill site. In tho oouthwost quarter of BH
said section 20. After having been 50 SH
iltvr-rtod nnd used the water will bo r - Hl
turned to the natural channel of Big Hl
Cottonwood creek at a point from which ll
tho southeast corner of said section 2fi 1
bears south 43 degrees 20 minutes cast EH
jso feet distant flH
All protests against tho granting of said BH
ippllcatlon, stating tho reasons thernfor, Bl
must be made by affidavit and filed lit RH
this office after thirty (30) days and bo- ftiH
fore sixty (00) das from the data here- Iftl
of A. F DOREMUS. Ill
Slate Engineer fil
First publication, Aug. 31; last, Sept 30. ul

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