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H' , . TURD AY MOBSTISTG, OCTOBER m , lUT"1
H ' T page ten THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. UMJt n m I "..
It ;; rp Is Off at
. San Francisco
I Tonopah Exchnngo tho Victor and
All Is Serene 'Frisco Board
; The light that hns been coins on for sov
i j cral weoks between tho members of the
' San Francisco and Tonopah mining ox-
change and the mombcrs of tho San Frnn-
cIbco stock and exchange board has been
l, ; settled at last In a way satisfactory 10
1 J the Tonopah crowd. The lattor have so
li , ceded entirely from the San Francisco
,; board and now are trading to thfmsclvcs.
; , Sovoral days ngo life San Francisco
.ii board won Into lis ranks fourteen of the
l 1 atrongest members of tho Tonopah ox-
. uhnngp. Seven of the latter had to pay an
, : Initiation fee of $203 each and tho other
i ' seven were admitted free. Onco In the
I San Francisco board the Tonopah people
were discriminated against and efforts
1 1 wore made to compel them to deal In Com
: ' stock securities. Thev resented this and
netlttoned the Tonopah exchange for ro
I Instalment, The latter organization took
; thorn back and now all Is smooth again.
: MAY DAY IS PROSPERING.
I j Shipments Continue and Lnr e Ore
j j ' Body in Sight.
1 ' Two more carloads of ore woro billed
i 'J : from tho May Day to the Pioneer sampler
(' yestorday and will arrlvo In (he city today,
j 'General Manager Darmer Is much cn-
! ' couraged at the showing that has been
i made and at tho enthusiastic comments of
'i mining experts who have visited the work
, It Is now believed that the fissure veins
which have been the cause In the past of
great expectations dashed to earth, are
, ; giving way to tho quality and quantity of
1 ore which makes a mine. The trend of
the ore bodies Is down hill, and Manager
;j Darmer expects sensational discoveries
l not only In tho May Day, but In tho Uncle
Sam and Yankee Con., tho adjoining prop
I'jjj IONE CLOSES DOYN.
j Water Power Plant for Air Drills to
': I Be Installed by Spring.
" I The management of tho lone mine In
j Park valley has deckled to suspend opera-
.J lions there until a power plant can be
1 i Installed. The plant will be run by water
1 ' and will furnish power for n compressor
I and machine drills. At tho-present time
lj the work of development progresses
' slowly on account of tin, nature of the
H I" ground, which reta-ds development by
U hand. The plant will be ready for opera-
i j. tlon next spring and until that time the
j: mlno will bo closed.
:T0 INVESTIGATE DALY WEST.
1 '11 ' :
' Ohio Stockholders .May Send Com-
l - mitteo.
j-! Stockholders of the Daly West living
j In Cincinnati are said to bo much dc-
j!j pressed over the downward tendency of
'! tho slock, and It Is reported that a move-
! '., mcnt 13 on loot to send out an Investl-
i J' gating committee to look Into tho condl
Hon of the property. Action will bo
ii tnkon on the matter at a . meeting of
I ' stockholders to be held In tho Ohio city
j ! !. next week.
Ill 'I TO START PLACER WORKING,
j-'j H. C. Newton to Exploit Deer Trail
i i Placer Deposits,
jj'i The "placer deposits, belpw the old 'Deer
Trail mine, owned by O. J. Salisbury of
1 ji Salt Lake, arc to bo developed by II. C.
! Newton of Mar.vsvale. Mr. Newton has
,fl purchased a quantity of machinery to
! bo used In the work.
' I A good deal of gold hns been taken
j' from these placer deposits by persons
j. working them In a haphazard way. By
, V going about the work systematically, Mr
, j; Newton expects to meet with success.
II 'Ijj ANOTHER CYAHTDE PLANT.
'(j Grouse Mountain Company to Build
l , The management of tho Grouse Moun
, j tain Mining company In Grand county 1b
a preparing to commence work on a 100-ton
, cyanido plant, to be built as soon as pos
sible. Tho tunnel on the property, which
Is being driven to cut tho McCoach vein,
. has reached a depth of 330 feet, and It Is
! expected will crosscut tho vein at -150 feet,
i: J- H McCoach, the president of the com-
' ,. i pany, la much oncouraged at the outlook.
Boston Close Strong.
' I. J Special to Tho Tribune.
, 1 1 I BOSTON,LMnss.. Oct, 21. Most of the ac-
'i - tlvity In the copper sharo market was con-
tercd In SaltXnko Issues, of -which Blng-
; ham was the feature. This stock has
shown considerable strength lately and
was taken hold of by traders today, -who
. ; discovered buying orders In It and nd-
; I, -vanccd tho price- a point. Other stocks
! i! . j woro nlBO In good demand. Centennial bc-
I j camo actlvo and strong- during tho latter
,11 part of the day. In fact, while there was
I ,1'; I no special feature In tho coppers outside of
i ' : I tho above, there was a good demand to be
I ' i fieen throughout tho list. Local securities,
; especially the high-priced one:, are becom-
! 1 1 ; ing very strong and higher prices are seen
( i v dally on one or moro of them The mar-
3 kct closed very actlvo and strong. Horn-
, j blower & Weeks, brokers, 53 Stato street
lj ;i Boston, and 10 Wall strcot. New York,
j ( . furnish tho following quotations:
M Sales, nigh. Low. Close,
j, ? Amalgd 3.15S $51.75 SIS. 37 JOo.CTifc
i i Bingham .. .3,837 32.23 31.37A 22 "5 '
j Daly Went ... ICO 12 50 .... ...
I Mcrcur 43 .35
'! Utah SOS 41.87 41.M 41.75
lh U. S..., ....4.510 21.25 23.75 21.00
.ii Curb Boston. JG.50.
'j Tintic Ships 98 Cars of Ore.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
f EUREKA, Oct. 21. Tho oro shipments
:', from Tintic for tho pa3t week amounted
I to nlnety-olghtvcars, distributed among
11 I tho different properties as follows:
!l i AJax' 2
, R Grand Central ,
it Mammoth io
, h Victor 2
I Eulllon-Beck X....10
I ; 3 Gemini 17
I ' y Ccntonnlal Eureka , 33
I 'Ii itlnclu Sam j
I : I Tetro , t 1
I B Gofllva '. o
Englo &. Bluo BoTT 0
I ;i May Day 2
I Hope 1
I ) Star Con I .j
j Total ft
j THE KENY0N.
H '1 j Elegantly appointed rooms,
k j Single or cnsulte,
Hl With or without bath.
W Winter rates now effective.
H I American or European,
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO-Audltorlum. Great Nortn
ern, Pnlmcr House.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES Tho Anccl"3. B
Gardner 305 Spring streel
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK AValdorf-Astoria. Imperi
al. Astor IIouso.
OM'AHA Tho Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
STAR CON. TO THE FRONT.
Victoria Was in Demand Daly West
Star Consolidated was In demand during
the call yesterday morning, rising several
cents a share, several hundred changing
hands. In tho afternoon It went off
slightly, selling as low as 17 cento, while
tho top price for the day was 1S cents
a share. '
May Day was off in Use morning, but
camo Into demand In the afternoon, clos
ing strong at 29 cents a sharo for 10C0
sold, and 30 cents asked, Daly West dis
played weakness, selling 205 at $12.25.
Victoria sold as high aa $1.70 on the open
board yesterday morning, with $1.5$ bid
and $2 asked In tho afternoon.
Tho closing quotations were as follows:
1 A Al :; P. ,M
I Hid. lAaKed.ll Hid Asked
AJax 1 .07 J.f $. ...... $
Boston Con . fi.CO 6:12 7.00
Bull.-Beck .. 1.00
Bock Tun .. .07 .10 .07 .10
Butler-Lib .. .09 .10 .00 .00-4
Carlsa ll .11 12
Con. Mercur. ,jl .7
Century 35 3s
Creole 35 .-,
Daly .... 2.10 2.30 2.15 2.35
Daly-Judge . 4.40 4.50 4.35 4.E0
Daly West . 12.00 12.35 12.00 12.35
g. B. B 95 .75' 1.00
Galena 01 0.1
Grand Cent . 3.00 3.63" .3.50 4.C0"
Goldflcld B. . 05Vi ".10 .03
Horn Sliver. 1.00 i;co
neot.. 00 .00:4 .00 .00
Jim Butler .. .50 . 85 ,G0 .CO
Joe Bowers. .00 - .OWi 1 .
Little Bell .. .10
Llttlu Chief . .02U .02 .02 .02.
L. Mammoth .15' .19 .12' .iS-Ti
Mont. Ton. .. 2.00 2.10 1.9S 2.15
Mammoth ... l.SO l.W 1.J0 1.80
May Day ...! .2S .2914 .27 .30
Mar. Wash . .00 .00& 00
New York .. .05 .OS . .07 .03
Ontario -1.00 1.50 4.00 4.50
Petro OS 0C
Rocco-H ... .20 . 50
RIch.-Ana. .. .01 .01 .01 .01
Swansea , .. .2S .32 .25 .10
S. Swansea . .05 .OS .05 . 07
Sacramento . .12'4 .12J .12 .13'
Silver King . 50.50 34.00 50.00 51.00
Star Cons .. .IS . .19 .17 HS
Sliver Shield. .01 .01?i .01
Tonopah . .. 9.00 11. CO 9.S7 11.00
Ton. Bel 00 ,72 .GO .70
Ton.' Ext. .., 1.C0 2.10
Ton. Midi ..: -.35 35
Tetro 25 .SO .25 .30
UnltM States 23.02 21.00 23. PO 21.00
Undo Sam .. .21 .24 . 22 .23
Utah OS .70 73
Victoria .. .: 1.25 I l.S". 1,50 2. CO
Victor Con . .08) .01 , .03 .01
Wabash . .. .03 Of. "
Yankee Con.. .35 .31VU .35 . 36
Carlsa. GOO at llc.
Daly-Judge. 100 nt $4.40.
May Day. 1000 at 2Sc; 200 at 2Sc.
Star Con.. 100 at 10c; 100 at 17c; 100 at
l"Vsc; 200 at ISc; 1203 at 18c.
Yankee Con.. 1300 at 35c; 500 at 35c: 100
at 35 c.
Daly-Judge, 30cfat $4.50.
Daly Wee. 205 at $12.25.
, Grand Central, GO at $3.00.
May Day. COO at S3c; 5C0 at 2Sc; COO at
20c. seller 30 dax-s.
Star Con., 500 at 17c.
Victoria, 100 at $1.70. .
New York. 200 at 7c,
Shares sold, S355.
Selling value, $009.12. V1
Undo Sam, 200 at 22c.
Llttlo Chief, 2500 at 2c.
New York, 200 at 7c,
Lower Mammoth, 300 at 15c.
May 'Day, SO0 at 2SUe; 1500 at 2Sc; 700
at 2Sc: 03 at 29c; 1000 at 2Sc, buyer 30
days; 500 at 29c, buyer 30 days.
Sacramento, $00 at 12c.
Star Con., 100 at 17c; 1000 at 17c.
Uncle Sam, 100 at 22c.
New York, 500 at 7c; 500 at 7c
Tetro. 200 at 27c.
Yankee Con. ,.200 at 37c. buyer CO days.
Shares sold. 17.000
Selling value. $1992.12.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 21. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
AUx $ .Ou.Halo & N CO
Andes 04 Julia 00
Belcher 21.JustlCG fa
Best &. B 1.15 Mexican 1.10
Bullion 20Occl. Con 71
Caledonia .-SO.Ophlr 2.25
Challcngo C 20 Overman 14
Chollar 18 Potosl 12
Confidence 8G Savage 2S
Con. C. & V... 1.33'Scg. Belcher OS
Con. Imperial .. .01 Sierra Nov CO
Crown Point CO Union Con .09
Exohequer 4C,Yellow J 19
Gould & C ,1S
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams C $ .2 Llttlo Chief .05
Alico EC Ontario 3.75
Brecco T" Ophlr 2.15
BrunsTvIck C ... .13 Phoenix IS
Comstock T 10 Potosl 10
Con, C. &. V.... 1. CO Savage 35
Horn Silver 1.50 Sierra Nev. 34
Iron Sllvor 1.9-1 Small Hopes 30
Lcadvillo C 62j5landard 1,90
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ,,$ S.C0 Mohawk .... E0.25
Alloucz 11.75 M. C. & C... 5 371
Amal M.12 Old Dora. ... 20.75
Am. ZIno .... 13.00 Osceola 8S.G0
Atlantic 34.01 Pan-ot ....... 24.50
Bingham.... 31.12 wulncy 91.CO
C. & n..557(So60.00 Shannon .... C,S7
Centennial .. 27. S7 Tamarack ... 11. 371,
Copper R. . 01.25 Trinity 9.00 "
Daly West .. 12.00 U. S. Mln. .. 23.S7
Dora, Coal .. 55. CO U. S. Oil 11 5
Franklin 8.50 Utah 4137
Granby 33. 75 Victoria 3.75
Islo Royalo . 21.25 Winona s 7T
Mass. Mln. 4.75 Wolverine ... 95.00'
Ore and Bullion.
Settlements yesterday amounted to $56 -900.
'Bullion, $29,000: silver, lead and cop
per ores, $32,500; gold bars, $-1800.
Silver reacted to 68 cents an ounce;
copper Is stationary at l?a cents a pound;
lead. $3.60114.20 per 100 pounds.
Pullman Observation Cars
Are still being operated between Ogden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains In daylight. Diverse
rcute tickets cost no more See that
ticket reads at least one way via Col
I When in need or a carpenter, 'phono
H. F. Williams Bell, 2145-K-; Indciad
tnt, 24L Shop, 71 S. State-
Con, Mercur io
Manning Mill to Close Shortly, After
Leaching' .400 Tons Per
Manager George Dcrn of tho Consoli
dated Mercur mine at Mcrcur announces
that work will bo started thorp at once
on the erection of a sampler, the plant
to consist of a crusher, elevator and two
automatic samplers. Tho management
has had difficulty, It Is stated. In get
ting accurate mine samples on account
of the quality of the ore, samples show
ing certain values for a certain oro body
proving erroneous when tho oro was ex
tracted at tho mill. The cost of tho new
plant will not be over $2000,
Tho Manning mill probably will be
closed Indefinitely on the arrival of cold
weather. A small doan-up has been ma le,
but the product v.Jll not be refined until
tho clfwo of tho season: At this mill dur
ing Soptombcr 400 tons of gold-bcaiing-talllngs
were leached daily. 1
Manager Dcrn states that conditions
underground arc very satisfactory. The
metallic average Is satisfactory :ind old
ore channels have been opened on lower
Mining Notes. '
B. M. Cornish, manager of tho Plocho
Novada Consolidated, has returned from a
visit to London and will lcavo for tho
A. F. Ilolden. managing director of. tho
United States Mining company. Is'expccted
to arrlvo in the city today from a visit to
the Mammoth mine In California.
Two carloads of ore from the Majcstlo
Copper company reached tho Taylor &
Brunlon sampler yesterday. Ono car con
taining a good grade of copper ore camo
from tho Old Hickory and tiie other car
ried lead-silver from tho Harrington &
An air compressor and machlno drills
are being Installed at tho Forinlngton
group In Steed canyon.
The management of tho May Day Is con
sidering the advisability of putting an
other shift to worlL
Arrangements nre being made to lipnd
and lease the Wedge mine In Horso Heav
en district to Eastern men. It" Is said, to
have a body of high-grade ore.
The first shipment from tho Croesus at
TIalley. Ida., consisting of a fair quality
of lead ore, was received at the samplers
yesterday. The company controlling the
mine Is composed of Nebraska people, and
Hie offices of the company are at Beatrice,
Tintic reported nt tho Taylor & Brunton
with eight carloads. Four were from tho
Mammoth; two were consigned by tho
Hope Mining company, and two woro from
tho Tetro. Bingham was represented by
ono car and Mllford with two from tho
W. S- Kelly, general manager of tho
Yampa, states that there will be no Inter
ference with the opeiutlon of the plant
on account of the Installation of new
I Positi'cly cured b)
f k Q thepo Lut,c piI18-
sjTOjn tress from Dyspepsia, In
T TLfF digestion and Too Heart)
H 'R fif G3) Eating. A perfect rem
E0, U a bn 8u cdy for Dizziness, Nausea,
lp ?9Pn0oSo rostocss. Bad Tast
jra In tho Mouth, Contcr
eSraR2! Tongue. Tain In tho Sldo.
torpid LIVER. Tho.
rcjulani tbo Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
MALL PILL SMALLJOStMllPRICF
'-..'nrrncl CURE SICK HEADACHE.
. TfliTTLE Genuine Must Bear
PILLS fee-Simile Signaturo
Thousands of people wear glasses
who do not need them, and thou
sands need them who do not wear
Our optician will tell you the
truth, whichever way it may af
fect a sale. Examinations free.
'Phono C5 for the correct time.
ON ALL CAR IjINEb.
Try it tho Next Time You
O. C. EWINO, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining men and otocb
Bun- JU: 7E8 t2 A DaY AND UP.
wV&ri)ttlZiffi U lllfj O for unnatara
Ii t u t dlscliarRCO. Inflammation
&tJ OiuuitH Kj Irrltatloua or ulcoralloni
mi 10 iirlcior.. of maooai mirabronct
y 5J rrf(t ronUcU. Pa-lnlois, and not otrln
tfSQTTt E E VAX S CH EJJ IS J L Ca . cnt or polwnoua.
ClhCIMAn.O.Fiftftl br arairerlta.
JBk L B.1. or ont In plir ,wrnppr
5?HM-wWyn otproM. prepaid, foi
'SBIKSS'v'M 1-00, or 3 bettlM C2.75.
JjiVj CtreuUr tent on rcaaait
Mi IPMII l illlHWi ii I HirtW iMWI 'I II
I Utah's Best Fiour
I A Trial Order Solicited.
I VOQELEii SEED & rRODUCE CO.
J Distributers. B
13. W. CUBHTE, I
t W Xr3 Se:th. Rnlt Lal CltT
I ' i
I IT Record j
i I BreaHing
t M j d Valqses
I S&t, 6c Teas l
1 are regular j
I 80c qualities j
j Extra Premiums I
with each purchase
: Premiums must be seen
j to be appreciated i
J Nev Teas I
I Come early
just to look. J
S Great American Importing Tea Co. X j
u Money Saving Store. '
ra W5 MAIN ST.. SALT LAKf-3 CITT. Jfl
AS QUICK AS A WINIC
la tbo way the old plpo went. Yes, that's so
and others will .go the same way If nec
essary repairs aren't attended to until
too late. 1 IJSiLJ
though, we're experts, and things fixed by
us stay fixed. Our plumbing helps savo
doctor s bills, too. Gas leaks allowed to
run nre certain to endanger your health.
Wo fix 'em, and "quick as a wink," too.
Tell us what's needed and havo us do
. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 E. 1st So Ind. "phone. 702: Bell, 242S-X.
I WELL, JUST AS WE
I EXPECTED. s 1
I Thore were- a lot of you who
J wouldn't listen to us, and so i
I when wo had a little touch of B
1 winter, you all came rushing in &
j for coal and wanted it "right B
f away." We're "right away" I
I people generally, hut we can't
X take caro of all the coal husi-
t noss in town in ono day. B
161 MEIGHN STREET,
P. U. S. A. I
I Shaviiag Cm Es
I Made a Pleasure I
If you use on9 of our STAR X
X SHAVING SETS. Our Strops,
Mugs and Soaps are of the best.
4- Welcome. Step in. All cars -f
1 start from
Godbe-Pitts Dreg l
i v Store !
X Both 'Phones, 2To. 140. j
An Acorn Range at
CASH OP. pREDIT.
And a Ton of "That Good Coal" ;
with It ;
; This Is. tho climax of our of-
forts to dispose of 20 of theee
ranges. "U'o havo offorcd them
at cost with a ton of coal freo I
but they don't inovo. Now f
' we're going to forco the lino,
and offer them at AUCTION
TODAY AT 3 P. M. It '
makes no difference what nrice
; they go at. THEY MUST GO.
; A ton of coal free, aj;d cash
or credit goes. Come early and
; cxamlno them.
taa3BgTT'.i.'..iMT i.,'.-.yitTivj.-'"muM -si
: BR.UEAKER- j
I Hardware Co.
"Tho Popular Hardware Store."
I 'Phono 1C37-K.,
1 27-29 W. Third South Street. F
irtaaCTTTi Ly itu. .ww L'j.iLvp!g?yr".i ..JLr yft
ZOnfl JP"? T tTip tilVQ fffef? iv.'Vvi i3
wvsiva aivn -1
STATE FAIR JUDGES
Seven First Prizes for
Three Crown Products.
Flrjt prlzo for best display of Utah
First prlzo for best display of BaklnG
First prlzo for best display of Splcta.
First prlzo for best display of Extracts.
First prlzo for best quality Baking Pow
der. First prlzo for best quality Spices.
First prlzo for best quality Extracts.
Every down-to-date grocer sells THREE
ASIC FOR THEM.
j THE RUSSIAN
Are low, but tbo prlcca In the prod- i
ucts wo got from that country are
; high, and bristle goods alone have
; advanced 20 per cent since the war
; We Can Save You
t That bxtra Price '
' j If vou need a fine brush. We woro
J fortunato In purchasing one hun
dred and fifty of tho Kent Brushes.
; all samples, and no two alike, and ;
t you got the benefit under presont l
IA listing prlcos, Tor we will sell them
at tho same profit wo mako on our
staplo line of Kent goods. Tako
advantage of this offor.
fjyHfavaacyrtHv-iiV i' 'n"jawn
: ro&cre m gars
Joe Bow:s Mining company. Principal
place of business. Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notice There aro delinquent upon the
following described 3tock ontaccount of
assessment levied on tho 20th day of Au
gust, 1901, the several amounts set oppo
site u - names of tho respective share
holders, as follows:
Cert Namo. Shares. Amt.
rS5- .V. F. Scln 1.000 ?
V. Sola &00 o.OO
379-W. E. Forrobee 1,000 10.00
3-C. C. Illgglns...., 500 6.00
075-Jos. Hause I.W 10.00
717 Irvine & Mason. Tr.... 1.000 10.00
WC II. B. Asndoorlan 2.500 U.OO
O&S-Grant Swan BOO &.00
&71-C, Li. Rood 5,000 P0.CO
C. L.. Rood 5.0CO G0.G0
iC07-Max E. Smith............ 500 &.CO
ia3J-.Tohn Dcrn , G.0M
lCC5-John Dcrn 5.W0 60,00
1030-John Dcrn 2.500 25.M
k-John Dern 2,500 25.00
lUS-Mrs. II. II. Mclntlre.... 500 5.W
1153 E. D. AVIcklns CM 5.00
115S A. T. Sanford COO 5.00
11CI-C A. Dolo 1,500 15.00
? 179 J. ?J. Burt 500 o.OO
1225 Jas. T. Bclcss 1.000 10.00
I227W. E. Ferrcbce 2,500 23.00
127S-Grant Swan 21 .21
1352 Max E. Smith 9- -Oj
1370 W E. Ferrcbce .163 l.CS
1371- -VV. F. Seln 72 .72
1-105 Jos. Hauso -13 .43
Ufa IT B Asadoorlan 120 2.0
UTQC'. L. Rood -ISO .S0
HO-Mrs. H. H. Mclntlre.... 24 .24
1!5S E. D. Wlckens 24 .24
1470 C. A. Dolo 72 .72
14S0-E. D. Swan 43 .48
1431 Jas T. Bele.i3 13 .43
1S2S-W. H. C'ark 1,009 10 CO
IE 50 E. II. WtVls . 200 t.CS
K51-E II. W!! E2 .62
irS-1 C. C. Ilicdns. 60.1 5.P0
irjv,- J. Uarnett 000 5.C0
1&C5 C L. Rood 170 1.70
15C0 C. L. Rood 230 3.30
j-io s M. Warmbath 1,000 10.00
1&73 C. E Brubake: 1,000 10.00
1011 Nettle Paino 1,000 10.00
19-11 M. J. Hardin 200 3.00
1945 M J. Hardin 310 3.10
1GG3 M." J. Hardin 24 .24
2003 F. J. O'Neill 500 6.00
2011 Theo. Davis 1,000 10.CO
2012 Theo. Davis l.Ow 10.00
'043-J 11. Llnck i 1,000 10.00
20!6-G II- Smith 500 6.00
2017-C.' D. Savory C00 6.00
2051 E. D. Swan. 500 COO
2iV E D. Swan GOO 6.00
2i5i c" K. ''IcCornlck 500 6.00
2078-E. W Grlffltba 600 6.(0
"100 Mlki Bamberger ....... 500 COO
" oCj H. Llnck 1,000 10.00
'"'OG H S. Joseph 500 6.CO
22' 9 G H Smith 5C0 B.Oi
w25j w. Skinner 501 g.00
"35 Sheets & Thompson.... 500 EM
2319-Eva UOd 524 5.24
2J25 Max E. Smith oOO COO
"35G Hudson Sons Co CO? R.co
2c04-Hudson Sons Co 500 G.00
JSCO-HUdson Sons Co 6CO 6.00
22SW J. Browning 1,009 10.00
"431-W. J. Brownlns 1,009 JO.Ou
"4S9-"V J. Browning 1.000 10.00
2IC0-E M. West 1,000 30.00
2ktFrank D. Hobbs 500 6.00
232G W. W. Rivers 1,000 10.00
?527 W. W. Rivers 1.0CO 10.00
2530 E M. West 1,000 10.00
Cf31 E. M. West 1.000 io on
2332-E. M West 1.0CO 10.CO
rrS4-E. M. West... 1.0CO 10.00
01 W Ji Browning 1,000 10.00
2(i02-E.'M. West 1,000 10.00
2C03 E. M. Vfcst 1.009 10.00
2C01-E. M. Vest 1,000 10.00
2C05 E. M. "West.. 1,009 10 M
2015-Elolso AUard 1.000 10.00
261S-T,. Webc-r 1,000 10.00
2C20-J M. Dj'on 500 G.00
C7 E M- "VVcst 600 6.00
2630--W V?. Rivers 1,009 10.00
274r-.Tas. Crelgnton 500 6 00
"747 Jas. Crclghton 1.000 10.00
274S Jas. Crelghton 1,001 lo.co
2749 Jas. Crclghton 1.009 10.00
j-77Jos. Hauso 6,COil E0.00
2789 J A. Pollock & Co 13.509 . 133.00
And In accordance with law and order
of tho board of directors, made on
the 20th day of August, 1904. ao many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may be necessary will bo sold at Room l.
Ml Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
the 15th day of October, 1901. at tho hour
of 2 o'clock p. m.. to pay delinquent ns
rfssmcnt thereon, together with tho costs
nf advertising and expenses of salo.
blfi A. J OUNXF.T.T.. Secretary,
At a mooting of tho board of directors
I of the Joe Bowers Mining company, held
this 15th day of October, 1D04, the
abovo date of 3ale of delinquent stock
I m hereby postponed until Tuesday, tho
1st day of November. 1904, at tho samo
hour and place.
A. J. GUNNELD, Secretary.
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PEOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk 'nre8nPCUV" .
clffnern for lUrincr information. ,
IN THE DISTRICT :OURT PRO
bate division, In and for aU Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah -In the matter or u
cstato of John P. Brogln. doccasou. ,
NThcpotItlon of Frank W. Lewis, admin- .
latrator oX the estate of John P. Brogin.
deceased, praying for the cJnd for '
tlnal account of said administrator and lor ,
tho distribution of the rcslduo of a e
tatc to the persons entitled, has .been set
for hearing on Friday, the 28th day 01
Octobor, A. D. WA, at iO 'cloclc a-
the county courthouse. In tho courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt i.e
county, Utah. ,, . with
Witness tho Clerk of said court, w u
tho seal thereof afllxcd, this 15th uay
October. A. D. 1904. , .-rT-c riorlc
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clori-
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy ClerK.
"William A. Lee, Attorney for E310,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PBO
bato division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. , , . ,n.
In tho matter of tho estate ol Jane
Kersey, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Mary K. Elunt. praj ms
for tho Issuance to Joseph Blunt of let
ters of administration In tho estate oi
Jano Kersey, deceased, has been sot tor
hearing on Friday, tho 2Sth day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1904. at ten o'clock a. m..
tho county courthouse. In tho courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lake Cltj, Salt
Lako county, Utah. ,,fVl
WltneaB the clerk of said court, , jith
tho seal thereof afllxcd. this VrSJa
October, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davlos. Deputy Clerk.
N. V. Jones. Attorney for petltlonc157,j
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Loko
county, Stato of Utah.-In tho matter
of the cstato of Potcr Malmstrom. de
ceased Notice. , .
Tho potltlon of Hllma G. Malmstrom
administratrix of tho cstato of 1 etor
Malmstrom, deceased, praying for tno
settlement of rtnal account of sad au
mlnlstratrlx and for tho distribution of
ho residue of said estate to tho persons
entitled, has been set for hearing on ri
day, tho 1th day of November, A. d.
1901, nt 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county
courthouse In tho courtroom of all
court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Laku
county, Utnh. . ...
Witness tho Clork of said Court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A. D. 1901. , ,
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk,
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
James Ingebrotsen, Attorney. bl99
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. STATE
of Utah, county of salt Lake, Division No.
1. Roy Jones, plaintiff, vs. David Kosht,
State of Utah to said defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty dayn after the servlco of
this summons upon you, If served within
tho county In which this action Is brought,
othcrwlso within thirty days after service,
and defend tho abovo-eutltled action; and
In caso ot" your failure so to do. Judgment
will bo rendered against you according to
tho demand of the complaint, which, with
in ten days after tho servlco of this sum
mons upon you, will bo tiled with tho
Clerk of Bald courU C. S. PRICE,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
p. O. Address. 51 Hooper Building, 1st
South Street. Salt Lako City, Utah. a!9S5
TRADE DOLLAR EXTENSION MI
Principal place of business, Salt Lako
There aro delinquent upon tho following
described slock, on account of assessment
No. 1. levied September 13, 1904, the sov
oral amounts set 'opposite tho names of
tho respective stockholders, as follows:
No. Name Shares. Amt.
7 Wlgglcsworth. O. S.. G.OCO $000
10 Johnson, C. J 2,000 x 00 j
18 Schrnmllng, Marlva C. .. 200 20 !
20 Roblcc, W. E 10) 10
27 Buehert G. IL 100 10
28 Bishop, Arthur ICO 10
31 Hathaway, R. E 200 20
35 Bowman, A. A 500 0
40 Tcmpleton, A. C, trustee 100 10
41 Palmer. Georgo "W 5.009 G00
43 Fritz. W. H 10) 10
45 Anderson, B. J 100 io
47 Anderson, E. J 100 10
49 Preston, Henry A 400 40
50 Eby, F. S 10-) 10
'52 Lattlmer. Frank 409 40
53 Hunter. Thomas II 500 GO
5S Eby. F. S 100 10
59 Eby. F. S ICO 10
US Davis, A. J 15.000 1500
122 Tompleton, A. C 100 10
And In accordance with law and the or
der of tho board of directors, made tho
16th day of September, 1901, so many of
tho shares of each parcel of such stock
as may be necessary will be sold at tho
office of tho company, room No 10) Da
vid Keith building, being numbered 242 to
252 South Main street, Salt Lake City
Utah, November 9, 1904. at the hour of 2
o'clock p. m.. to pay tho delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with tho costs
of advertising and cxpenso of sale.
blCS9 E. G. KIDDER, Scc'y.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for tho District of Utah.
In tho matter of Harry Ernest Starmer,
Vol bankrupt. In bankrupto No. 742
To the creditors of Harry Ernest Star
mer of Salt Lako City, In the county of
Salt Lako and district aforesaid, a bank
rupt. Notice Is hereby given that on tho 3rd
day of September. A. D. 1901. the said
Harry Ernest Starmer was duly adjudi
cated a banlu'upt. and that the flrst'mcct
Ing of his creditors will be hold at my
oflico In tho Commercial block, Salt Lako
City. Utah, on the 1st day of November.
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at which
time tho' said creditors may attend, provo
their claims, appoint a trustee, cxamlno
the bankrupt and transact such other bus
iness as may properly come before said
meeting. CHARLES BALDWIN,
,r . . Referee In Bankruptcy.
Salt Lake City, Utah, October 20. 1904
PROBATE AND GTjTT5
Consult County Clerk f ,u
signers' for furoWjSfew JllV
IN TIIE DISTRICT pnn
division in and fo? SlV'jBJL
3tnto of Utah. in the nTn.. tiMP
ut Thorn. Ctt nf&li ittcr i uJK
Tho petition 0 .'
Thomas Hull, admlnlsSSf,1 A- t'ri5 i
tate of Thom..s C col l"J V
confirmation Of ih b?!?M?wM1
described real cstato of h? ftf&MU1
wltt Commencing at a nnuX m
north of the sout1icastVn0'nt tcatt
(S). block forty-n nc (?rn"f,m
Lako City aurvey P'at "C'Wf
ton (10) rods: thence "boui"? ficR
quartets (IK) rods; lR
rods; thence north onn 11 itiUl bis
(Hi) rods to tho pinc n?n,d 0r'iL x P
gether with a perpetual riLhi5''
tract, commencing at i r?1 . , Qu
Inches north of the sSuffi,4 W
said lot 8. running thence
thence south 12 feet; tnenrn 1&
thenco north 12 feet to hl ?i.ea,H2B
nlng, all situated In Salt isB
Lako county, Utah , to thhSBr
and upon ihe following t-i? cci
Cash upon conflrmatlon? a fe"f Vre
the return of sale lllcd in iM?pt3If. 16
been set for hearing on pffiiU iE O1
day of October. A. g. A ?m?' . JK
in., at the county courthou'4 1&
room of said court. In Snif f'ln bBW y
Lake county, Utah 4 O'mIEj iiU 1
Witness tho Clerk of Bi1m CJtrtW
tho seal thereof affixed StMt
October, A. D. 1904 ' lhls ihW35)
Seal. JOHN jvr, m&$.
By David B. Davie? D CrtR.
G. 11. Backman. AUorncyUgrfcj!
IN THE DISTRICT COURTTBfl
division. In and for Salt lVROi 1
Stato of Utah.-In the inaffif "SBe
toto of Richard lwLnSgmfi&
Tho petition ot Ellas Jcnn .lSW' "i
trator of tho estate of RlcharJ rS
deceased, for confirmation T of
the following-described real uM,af
decedent, to wit: ComSln?J fl1
thirty-four rods north and iLmJJ
of one rod west of tho eouthtiiiF
of tbo northwest quarter of ISt.kf
teen, township two south of tW,r'
cast; thencu north f orty-thrc !ip5v
west fifteen and three-flfth3 n'SR18"'
south forty-three rods; thcnV 4
and three-fifths rods to he pSS $m 7
ginning, containing 4.192 ac? f,'ff5tf 1
sum of :C33.CO. And upon tlw fiic;t 1
terms, to wit. Cash upon waSJKf u U
as appears from tho return of MSs'f a
In this court, has been set for hl&4
Friday the 2Sth .lay of October. jL&a W s
at 10 o'clock a. m, at tho coT -kS&& 1
house. In tho courtroom of sail ?i (M EH
Salt Lake City. Salt Lake counW v4
Witness the Clerk of said t-l fctti'
tho seal thereof affixed, this uu Tfil Ml
October, A- D. 1904. u,
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy ciai 0'
Ncls Jensen. Attorney for Estatt h nWB
; hl l3i
IN THE DISTRICT COURT ft
bato division. In and for Salt Lake'&i W
Stato of Utar -In tho matter of ibTa la
of Edward F gdun, deceased. y K"?1
Tho petition of Sarah Morris Otdoi
eeulrlx of tbo estate of Edward 1LCA
deceased, for confirmation of tit titi
tho following described ral tsUtstffc leFl1
decedent, to wit r Commcnclc? u 4 tt I
southwest corner of lot No, 1, ki Itaty
plat "B," Salt Lako City survey i:lrj
nlng thence north ton (10) rods, ta ulisite
cast seven (7) rods; thence south (nj iki&C
rods; thence west one (I) rod; tsa tfj fl
south five (5) rods: thence west 13 1 ci:,
rods to the place of beginning t:t i toil it
sum of J3200. and upon the tolm K V
terms, to wit . cash upon conflrDiJ.-;j sjh! c
I appears from the return of sal &(; s m
this court, has been set for heaijt
Friday, the 2Sth day of Octot.r, JL1 .5-r ii
1904, at 10 o'clock a. ni at the or WO
courthouse. In tho cojrtroom oi e JI'
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt li 5
countv, Utah. .it is
Witness tho Clerk of said c jitr; k?2 ...
tho Real thereof affixed, IhlsDhcji
October. A. D. 1901. t sU
Seal. JOHN JA.ME5 Od tiUxa 6-
Bv David B. Davie?, Deputy Girt. R Is .
Booth, Leo & Ritchie, Attorneys L:l (C.L j:
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, E- lrJ
bate division, In and for Salt LabK;
ty. State of Utah. In the mature! & 0. V
estate of James Thompson iKtxl- y
Notice. . m 'IW
Tho petition of Frank Tftftffls, -J-ti
ecutor of tho estate of Jamc3Tt a r u .
deceased, for confirmation of tt r-H
the following-described real estot( to :Lfc
decedent, to wit: Tho north 1 oafrWjJ ..
ot the northwest quarter d) cf ,v. L
13 township one north, range is jPij
Salt Lako meridian, containing WSJ l iff. I
acres, moro or loss, according totti Lco
ernmcnt survey, situated in twf f 5-J
" S Stato. of Utah for ttjraj k? G
S2507O). And upon the follow..s , J, It
wltr Cash upon connrmatlon. " jtb
from tho return of salo fl tala .T.L
has boon set for hearing on Rd Jr ....
"Sth day of October, A, D. imj; 3?
o'clock a. m. at the county conrttjJj iNllt
tho courtroom of said court In sa..J Y c
City. Salt L;ike county. Utah. .
Witness tho Clerk of sold waWJ
the seal thereof affixed, this Ulfco," gn.
October. A. D. 1M4Xti.t t .-.rpa OWt (A
Stephens & Smith. AttorneyteE.
THE RIO GRANDE goni
RAILWAY COMPAKt. fctJ..
The annual roeatinK ottb
ers of tho Rio Grande ?
company will be held at tteJJJ Kfirti
u i&oUU &
?c?ock:no55. xor the election or jg km
Cthe board of directors . ot t-jg Ut
,nLo books lor the transfer of Jgj
be closed at 3 0 'clod: p. m.
3rd. 1904. and will be opened
following said meeting or w
September 21st. 190 , 14
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