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M PAGE SIX TJEUS SiLUT JGAJSJS XIULBO. MOYMOBSISQ, OCTOBER I
II lies Holmes's Boy .
in Camp of Gold
I Gets a Choice Block of Ground After
J Examination by John A. Kirby
I and Others.
From Gold field during- the day came the
jl Information that G. S. Holmes, proprle
B lor o tho Knutsford hotel of this city,
1 lius embraced one of the most mcrltorl-
ous offerings In that Nevada camp; that
I ho has shelled out the price of. It, and
in that when ho flags the train for his home
I In Zlon It will be with a clean tltlo to the
1 property. Kor was the purc'nnso mado
19 hastily. On tlic contrary, It was after an
ijj exhaustive study had been mado of tho
jil s ground by nono other than John A. Klr-
I by, consulting engineer for tho Daly West
of Park City, assisted by M. J. llennoa
i sy, who has lone been Identified with the
! mines of this and neighboring States.
"While tho name orOIr. Holmes's acquisi
tion la not revealed In trio mcssago from
! tho great camp of gold, It Is said that It
adjoins tho Sandstorm mine and that It
Is. unmistakably within tho gold-bearing
bolt, In lino with the marvelous mines of
that marvelous region. Cutting through
It ure strong ledges of quartz-porphyry
Identical In their structure with that
along which aro the Sandstorm, the Red
Top, January, Combination, Jumbo and
others. Just what sum was required to
secure tho foothold Is not mentioned In
the advices from camp, although the im
pression Is that it was a largo one, as the
rivalries at the bargain counters of Gold
field are characterized as nothing less
i than frenzied. No doubt Mr. Holmes will
H give out full particulars on his arrival
iff from tho western diggings the present
It week, if they aro not released by Mr. Klr
B by, who will return todny.
I! UTAH'S IKON FIELDS.
Expert Talent Says They Must Come
Into Commercial Use.
Walter Fitch, the new manager of the
Utah Interest of the United States Mining
company, Is, with his family, temporarily
sequestered at the Knutsford hotel. Dis
1 cussing the iron regions of tho "Lake Su
I perior country" yesterday. Mr. Fitch,
who .Is conversant with every portion of
I them, said that while the output of Iron
I ore, with the unprecedented consumption
M of steel tho present year, will exceed
I 20,000,000 tons, perhaps, tho known supply
I is sufficient to comprehend the requlro
I lnents of fifty years or more. Nor chould
this, he added, discourage thoso whose
I faith has been for so long pinned to the
enormous Iron-deposits of Utah, of which
B ho has read, as a source of revenue. On
the contrary the hour is approaching
when the requirements of the West must
he supplied by Western resources, and
this must bring them into splendid activ
ity. Again, the consumption of iron oro Is
hourly Increasing and an "ago of iron" is
rapidly settling over the country. .The
regions on which tho builder has relied
for lumber are almost denuded and In a
few years the frame structure will have
pnssed Into the obsolete. The iron mas
ters recognise thta, as do the producers,
and conditions are molding themselves ac
cordingly, said Mr Fitch, than who
there are none more familiar with condi
tions In tho realms of Iron.
In the vast deposits of Iron In this State
he recognizes many possibilities, nor Is
there nny telling nt what hour a pioneer
will come along to put them to commer
cial use. His advice to the owners is to
hoid on to them.
When Mr. Fitch and his family left
' Michigan It was snowing, in contrast with
1 the Ideal autumn weather that greeted
them on their arrival In Zlon. and they
aro correspondingly impressed with the
change of environment. Tho present week
ho will begin his pilgrimage among the
plants and properties over which ho has
consented to preside.
I THOMAS ON THE NORTH.
I Cost of Smelting Reduced to Figures
! . With an esteem more pronounced than
ever for tho mineral resources of Utah,
i William IT. Thomas, who entered Bing-
ham Just thirty-one years ago, tho prcs-
gt ent season will leave for Greenwood, B.
C. where ho Is operating copper-bearing
9 mines and a smelter today. In tho norlh-
jl ern camp, whero are also located tho
H mines and smelter of tho Granby com-
,B pnuy, Mr. Thomas Is now reducing 700 tons
of ore dally, and upon hla recommendation
D the company now has under consideration
f the enlargement of the plant to double
Its present capacity. In the reduction of
tho ores tho management has reduced tho
: cost to $130 per ton and tho extraction
10 00 cents, said Mr. Thomas, while the
! output is hauled fivo mllefl at a cost of
i Vtyz cents per ton. Tho achievement Is
one that cannot hut challenge the admira-
t'.on of mining men. In opening up what
is characterized as a "mountain of ore."
; 1 a tunnel has been driven Into it a distance
I i of 700 feet, with raises at regular Intervals
I to tho surface, and it is an easy to extract
H V00 tons dally, as Is done at tho Granby,
J If as la it to move tho present volume. In
1 1 Mr. Thomas's triumph in the north a
large circle of friends in this State will
I OLD JORDAN STRIKE.
"Work Resumed on Now Ore Body Yes
As upon other portions of tho system
of which IE Is a unit, work was yesterday
I resumed on the recent strike in Old Jor-
I I dan's ground by the United States man
, figemenl. In the disclosure In which
four feet of lead oro wi $ exposed when
operation ar the company'3 Bingham sys
tem of mints was momentarily suspended
thre It) much interest. Tho ores, luVntl-
ci with thcs of a period when tho zone
was mined for tho lead, sliver and gold
I hey contained, occur In a fissure that
! Is striking for new ground and at Us
intor:jcl!on with tho contact tho man
agement has no doubt that ono more big
I body of wealth will havo been added to
thu record. It was a similar condition
that icd to others and that resulted In
; tho monster slopes from which oroa of,
i the valuo of many millions camo in form-
I THE KENY0N.
Elegantly appointed rooms, single or
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St. Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return 47.50
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Pacific and Wabash llnea.
Tickets on rale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agcnt9 for particulars.
City Ticket Oflice 201 Main St.
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WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
loy From Utah
Again in Led
Zeb Kendall of Springville and Asso
ciates Uncover Another B5g
Pot of Gold.
A telegram from Goldficld.' Nov., say3
that Zeb Kendall of Springville, Utah,
-and his associates in tho January mine
in that camp, have again struck It rich
and that from tho latest disclosure they
promise to derive bigger profits than
from tho orlelnal. According to tho
dispatch a ledge four feet In width, its
ores assaying S3SO0 per ton, was encoun
tcrodIn the mino on Friday morning and
has added another Mame to the blaze of
excitement in tho phenomenal camp. The
lock is fairly alive with the precious
metal and the owners are jubilant.
Tho strike was made at a dlstanco of
fifty feet from tho surfuco In what is
known as tho south cross-cut. Tho Jan
uary has been producing rich ore almost
from tho first day it was worked, but
today's strike is entirely new. Every
thing goes to show that the ledge Is per
manent and the property promises to bc
como tho greatest bonanza In tho camp.
Mr. Kendall, who grew up in Utah, was
among tho first to deteci tho possibili
ties of Goldficld and from tho origlnnl
kaso on the January hus already derived
THEY SAW BINGHAM.
"Wolcott Party Makes a Run to tho
Camp of Copper.
Aboard a special which had been placed
at their disposal by the Rio Grande man
agement. Hon. Edward O. Wolcott, Colo
rado's brilliant ex-Senator, and party loft
for Bingham shortly after 10 o'clock yes
terday morning, under the clceronage of
Samuel Newhouse, by whom the era of
copper mining in that camp was Inaugu
rated. What the destination of the partv
could not be ascertained. Certainly no
member, of It would divulge, while their
tracks were covered eo cleverly that last
night's arrivals from the camp of cop
per wore baffled. It was claimed that
whllo on a pilgrimage of pleasure the par
ty had availed Itself of an opportunity to
visit the Yampa smelter and mines. Of
this undertaking lion Dennis Sullivan,
one of Colorado's millionaires, was, with
George II. Robinson, one of the origina
tors. Naturally, ho is gratified to learn
of tho splendid results that havo been
achieved there. It was also said that the
party had accepted the invitation of Mr.
Newhouse to peep in upon tho wealth of
Boston Coi, while It was "alleged" that
the purpose of tho visit was In connection
with a deal involving the control If not
the entire possession of the Ohio Copper
company, on which control tho option. It
Is said, expires with October. All this,
however. Is conjectural. Not a member of
tho party would relax, nor would the dis
tinguished mining man by whom they
Accompanying the Messrs. Edward O.
and Henry Wolcott was J. B. Harrlman
of New York. This gentleman Is promi
nent In financial circles of tho East, and
speculation upon the party's visit at Ihls
time Is rife. According to tho party's
personnel tho trip to. Zlon and the run to
Blnghnm Is without significance what
ever other than that which relates to
Mr. Sullivan said last night that the
party would remain several days. lie has
been hero frequently and is astonished at
the achievements recorded at Bingham.
GOLDEN STAR MEETING.
Shareholders to Gather for Dissolu
tion of Company.
Uic shareholders of tho Golden Star Mi
ning company, whose splendid cstato on
Gold mountain. In tho southern country,
some lime ago passed into tho possession
of the Annie Laurie Mining companv. or
those by whom tho latter Is controlled,
will meet In tho general offices of the
Western Exploration company, this cltv.
on December 1. at which time tho convey
ance previously concurred In will bo for
mally ratified and the Star company dis
solved. The territory embraced In Its for
mer holdings Is traversed by tho same
ledge as- that from which tho Annie
Laurlo has been for a long time leaching
dividends. At Intervals for several years
Its management appeared in this market
with some cf tho richest rock that cvor
came from Gold mountain, but tho aver
ago was a "milling proposition," and with
the Laurlo already equipped for Its re
duction the original owner was Induced to
part with 1U It Is Indeed a most valuable
PLACES FOR PREACHERS.
Intelligence Bureau to Supply Pastors
"With Pulpits, and Vice Versa.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Steady Jobs at
preaching must not horeaftor cost tho
successful applicants therefor more than
5 per cent of their first year's salaries.
Such was the dictum today of the bureau
of licenses. The head of an agency had
arranged to take out a permit. An ln
tpector ascertained that tho concern was
engaged In providing positions for cler
gymen. An application blank for dis
engaged ministers 'contained the follow
ing questions to bo filled out:
what was your last chargo?
What position do you now wish for?
State whero vou wish to bo located.
What" Is the lowest ealaiy you would
care to accept?
Then follows a schedule of rates for
jobs. Tho booking fee for la salary of
$O0 Is 52; for a 52000 salary. 51; for an
"unlimited salary," 55. The full fees
ranged from to 515. Tho circular cald
at the bottom;
"A feo of, 51.50 entitles clients to en
gagements for Sounday duty and sum
mer duty, from May 1 to October 1.
"A feo of 53 covers Sunday and summer
tenancies fcr one year. Also 5 per cent on
On tho first page of tho circular were
recommendations from a number of Epis
copal bishops. Tho paper stated that
tho extra charges for getting clerical en
gagements to the booking and other fees
ranged from f. to per cent of the
fir3t year's salary. A discount of 5 por
cent waa to bo allowed for prompt pay
ment of the fees
UTAH AT PIOCHE.
Salt Lake Talent Continues to Open
Up Its Wealth.
The Rcccrd of Ploche, telling of con
ditions in that Nevada camp, says:
B. M. Cornish', ono of tho principal
owners In tho PIocho-Novada Consolidat
ed company of Salt Like City, arrived
Sunday night and has been busily en
gaged making arrangements jor the
working of the property In proper way.
A hoist Is to be erected forthwith and
tho necessary buildings constructed at
tho mines. Mr. Cornish has bonded
four claims In Highland district on what
Is known as tho "Yuba Dike." paying
$rC0 cash, othor good and valuable consid
eration to follow at staled periods.
Tho transfer of tho Llttlo Mendha
proDi'rly has been mado and the Incor
poration formed. Tho capital stock Is
600,000 shares at ?1 por share. Tho dl-
rectors of tho company are ,B. M. Cor
nish, B. S. Rivea, A. J. Gardnor. K. V.
Zink, all of Salt Lake, and E. P. Gor
don. Tho working fund has been pro
vided and men will be placed to work on
the property tho latter part of noxt
Negotiation Is now going on with a
view of Incorporating somo of tho best
mineral bearing properties In Ploche. Tho
proporty lies to tho east of Spring moun
tain and Is considered by several mlr
oraloglsts us ono of tho finest mineral,
showings that they havo been In this vicinity.
Ills Con. Mercnr
Taps New ire Body
Raises Into the Golden Gate's Upper
Channel Extraction of Ores
October at the properties of tho Con
solidated Mcrcur company Is closing on
an output that will exceed 21,000 tons,
whllo tho crop of gold bullion will cnablo
the treasurer to add anpther unit or two
to the i-.urplus, said Manager George
Dcrn, who spent tho Sabbath in' town.
Present conditions at tho plant and
properties. Indoed, arc quite satisfactory,
while the cost of operation has been ma
terially reduced. Prom a station on No.
7 Incline in Golden Gato territory tho
management has Just effected a connec
tion with the "upper vein," upon which
orlftlng is now in progress, while along
tho plane of old slopes in Mercur ground
oxidized ores of good quality aro being
cpened up and tho earnings for the month
promise quite satisfactory 'figures.
It was learned by Manager Dcrn on
the eve of his departure from camp that
the Green Reduction company, which Is
teaching tho precious residue from tho
lulllngs 'at the Geyser-Marlon. Is to now
draw upon tho ores of the old mines and
that to that end a number of miners
have been assigned. Tho mill at tho
property Is running steadily, but with
wnat results is not known.
Somo nctilty Is reported at tho proper
ties of the Ilcrschel Mining company,
whore. It Is said, preparations aro making
to begin work on a now tunnel to the ore
bodies opened up through. Sacramento
ground, whllo at tho Sacramento tho
usual amount of gold-dust Is coming from
tho mill and tho usual flow of quicksilver
from t'wo retorts. The condition of tho
camp, Indeed, Is far from dejection not
withstanding tho Interval between dividends
I EANNAPAH'S RICH ORE,
Recent Strike Proving' Up in Satisfac
A report from Frank Work, superin
tendent of tho Hcnnapah company's
properties) eighteen miles "east of Tono
pah Ncv advises Manager Betlles that
tin recent strike is "staying witti him,"
anil that In the breast of tho drift at
present Is eight Inches of ore which ni
lords an average of 144 ounces silver,
with good values In gold. Meanwhile
the crop of water hts increased to 25.000
gallons dally, this Inducing the man
agement to believe that It is n caring the
main ore-bearing channel, and Into
which a hole may bo shot on any shift.
With a pump Installed and tho waters
under control, tho condition at Hannapuh
Is a mo3t promising one.
Charles E. BrufT, manager of the Brad
ley Engineering and Machinery company,
of Spokane, Wash., Is In town, the guest
of Manager Jackllng of tho Utah Cop
per company. He reports tho mining In
dustry In the northern country in most
A letter from the Britannia mines, Van
couver, tells of the arrival in that camp
of Capt. Henry Stern, as tho guest of
Manager George II. Robinson. Tho lat
ter, who Is doing everything In his power
to accelerate the campaign of equipment,
will probably not return to "tho States"
until tho holidays. Ho is making ex
cellent progress with his undertaking, ac
cording lo all reports from tho north.
Manager Fox of the Eureka Hill says
resumption at tho big mill with Us 100
stamps depends largely on o supply of
custom ore from the mines of Tlntlc
Meanwhllo he Is doing some exploratory
work In new ground whllo driving on the
T. W. Rlgney has gone to Goldficld,
Nov., to study conditions In that camp.
Frank Benedict, who has had repre
sentatives at Goldficld and Tonopnh for
somo time, will leave for those Nevada
camps the last of next month.
Arrivals from Bingham last night re
port a great deal of Interest in a change
now taking placo at the Silver Shield.
Tho lead bins at the United States
smelter arc gradually filling with that
class of ore, although thcro is space for
about 20,000 tons.
Receipts nt the furnaces of the Bing
ham Con, smelter from tho Eaglo and
Bluo Bell of Tlntlc Indicate greatly In
The management continues to record
good progress In the sinking of tho main
shaft at the Grand Central of Tlntlc.
Jack llarc, who has been operating In
Alaska for several years, passed through
town yesterday on his way to St. Loula.
D. Chlsholm of Colorado Springs was
among yesterday's visitors at Bingham.
Peter Porter of tho Great Bend group
at Goldficld returned from camp last night
and la entertaining T. F. Boneur of Chi
cago, who Is headed for Nevada and Its
camps via Callente.
John A. Klrby of the Daly West came
In from Tonopah last night.
TOOK POISON FOR (Y1EDICINE
San Francisco Real Estate Man Makes
Fatal Mistake in Dark.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 30.-Jamcs
Murray, a rotired real estate dealer, wa3
found dead from carbolic acid poisoning
today. Murray, who was more than 70
years old, was totally blind In ono flyo
and the sight of the other was Impaired.
Ho had been under tho doctors' caro for
somo time, and beside his bed, on the
table, were several bottles of medicines.
It Is thought that In the night-time he
mistook a bottle of carbolic acid for medicine
Sate Deposits of
Utah and iiikm
Quarries at Logan Turng Out Both
Roofing Slate and Mill
Tho only Important slate-producing
area In the Stato of California is In El
dorado county. Tho location and geo
graphic and geologic relations of the
slate deposits and quarries In this area
can best be understood by reference to
the map Included In tho Placervlllc (No.
o, folio of tho United States geological
survey published In 1S9I. Tho Eureka
r.uarry, tho most important slate quarry
in tho State. Is located at Slatlngton.
about one-half ml!o southwest of Kulsoy,
und Is now worked on a largo scale. In
an artlclo entitled "The Slato Deposits of
California and Utah," Mr. Edwin C.
Eckel of tho survey na3 described In do
tall the Interesting structural relations
In the Eureka quarry, showing tho char
actor of tho normal black slato and the
fpoclai peculiarities of a green slate of
Igneous origin, which also occurs In thy
cuarry. This article is Included In a re
cent bulletin (No 23) of the survey, pub
lished for gratuitous distribution, and
e-ntltlcd "Contrlbutlor.3 lo Economic Ge
Tho mass of the Eureka quarry product
Is a dense, deep-black slato. which splits
very finely and has a smooth, glistening
surfaco much like that of tho Bangor and
Lehigh slates of Pennsylvania. The fre
quency of pyrlte nodules and ol "rib
bons," or bands of material differing if
composition from tho mass of tho ylan,
prevents Its uso as mill stock. As roof
ing material, however. It is excellent.
A band of green slato several feet In
width crosses tho Eurpka quarry. It
is thought to bo a dlkoluf masslvo Igne
ous rock which lias beta changed by
pressure, subsequent to its Intrusion, In
to a slato. It is grayish" green In color
and splits readily, though not with as
smooth a surface ns tho black slate, it
stands punching s.nd trimming well, and
Is sufficiently strong for roofing uso.
Considering Us origin and composition, it
is probable that It will bo a highly dura
ble slate, holding lis color well. It Is
sold at present for trimming and letter
ing on black slate roofs, a purpose for
wnlch It Is artistically well adapted.
Mr Eckel also describes two other
ouarrles of this locality, belonging re
spectively to the Chill Bar Slato com
pany und tho San Francisco Slato com
pany. Both havo been Idlo since 1SD7.
Neither of these quarries havo gone deep
enough to reach the really good slato,
which might havo boon found at a great
The Eldorado county slates have Drac
tlcally no competition on or near tho Pa
cific coast, and Iho Euroka quarry has
recently placed largo shipments in Ha
waii and Guam.
Mr Eckel closes his paper wllh some
notes en tho slato deposits near Provo,
Utah, which havo recently been exploit
ed to a small extent. They furnish
gvcon and purplo slates, apparently in
greater abundance Tho gic-en s!nte,s
show Utile tendency to cleavage In tholr
surface outcrops, and will probably bo
less satisfactory for rootling purposes
than tho purple. The ereon slates rub
very smooth, however, and would make
good slabs or mill stock, if obtainable lu
masses of sufficient size. The purplft
slates rpllt easily nnd would seem to
bear punching well.
American tea, as a rule, is
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ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Old Evergroon Mining nnd Tunnel com
pany. Big Cottonwood Mining District,
Salt Lake county. Utah. Principal place
of business Salt Lako City. Utah.
Kotlco Is hereby given that at a. meet
ing of the board of directors of tho Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnol company,
a corporation, held at tho office of the
company, at Salt Lake City, Utah. Mon
day, the 24th day of October, 19M, an
assessment of 3 cents per sharo was lovlcd
upon tho capital stock of the corporation,
payable immediately to H. G. McMillan,
secretary and treasurer of the company,
at his office. No. 101 South Mnin street.
Salt Lake City. Utah. Any stock upon
which said assessment may bo unpaid on
the 24th day of November. 1934, will bo
delinquent and advertised for salo at pub
lic auction, and unless payment Is made
before will be sold at my office on the
21th day of Decembor, 1D04. at 12 o'clock
noon, to pay delinquent assessment, to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale.
(Seal.) HENRY G. McMILLAN.
No. 161 South Main street, Salt Lake
City, Utah. October 21. 1901. b21C0
WATERWORKS. PAYETTE, IDA.
Scaled proposals will be received by the
City Clerk. Payette. Idaho, until 12 o'clock
noon. November 4th, 1901, for furnishing
all labor and,materlal nocessnry to com
plete a system of waterworks for the
city of Payette, Idaho.
Plans and specifications may be seen
at the office of tho City Engineer, "Wm.
An approved bond or n certified check
of 5 per cent must accompany each bid.
T.ho Couuoll reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
(Seal.) GEO. W. BAKER, City Clerk.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult Count" CIcrR or tho respectlv
elgncra for further Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of William Hart, deceased.
Creditors will present clnlmw, wltn
vouchers, to tho undersigned nt? 201-J-o
Deseret News building. Salt Lake City,
Utah, on or beforo tho iSth day of Febru
ary, A. D. 190G.
EMILY J. HART OS BORN.
Administratrix of Estate of William Hart,
Thenar Mayccck. Atlornoys for Es
Date of first publication, Oct, lith. A.
D. 1904. bl54a
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Suite of Utah. In the matter of to
estate and guardianship of Mary Ann
Murphy el al., minors. Notice.
The petition of Rhoda Murphy Gurnso,
guardian of the estates of Mary Ann Mur
phv et al.. minors, praying for tho dis
charge of said guardian and for tho uls
trlbutlon of the residue of said estate to
tho persons entitled, has been s.et for
hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of No
vember, A. D. 190-1, at 10 o'clock a. m at
tho county . courthouse In tho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lalco
county, Utah. t ...
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of
October. A. D. 1901. .
IScal- JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David E. Davics. Deputy Clerk.
IL A. Smith, Attorney- b23u'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Charles W. Watson, deceased.
Creditors will present claims, with
vouchers, to tho undersigned at rooms
300-301. Atlas block, West 2nd South str.,
Salt Lako City. Utah, on or before the
20th day of August. A. D. 1505.
MARTHA J. WATSON.
Executrix of tho Last Will and Testa
ment nnd Estate of Charles W. Watson,
Date of first publication. October 17. A.
D. 19-51. , b wc
Joe Bowers Mining company. Principal
iduce of business, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Thoro aro delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment levied on the 20th day of Au
gust, 1904, the soveral amounts set oppo
olto tfcA names of tho rcspectlvo nhare
holdcrs, as follows:
C6it, Name. Shares. Amt
ZZZ- ,V. F. Seln 1.000 $ 10.00
Sif-W. F. Seln 600 5.W
S79 W. E. Fcrrebee 1,000 10.00
4S3-C. C. Hlgglns P00 6.00
CIG-Jos Hause LOW 10.00
717-Irvlne & Mason. Tt.... 1.000 10.00
P46 IT B. Asadoorlan 2.503 .00
SCS-Grant Swan 00 .00
S71 C. L. Rood 5,001 W.00
f?-C. L. Rood 5.003 60.CO
iC07 Max E. Smith 6C0 6.00
1034 John Dern 6.00 CO CO
1035 John Dern 6 000 60.CO
103C-John Dcrn 2.500 25.CO
10S9-John Dern 2,500 2a.C0
1148-Mrs. H. H. Mclntlre.... SOO 6.M
1153 E D. Wlcklns 600 6.00
llf-S-A T. Sanford 600 5.00
13C4-C. A. Dole L&00 16.W
J 179 J M Burt 600 6.00
12C5-Jas. T. Bcless 1.0OT 10.00
1227 W E- Ferrcbce 2.500 2C.CO
1278-Grant Swan 2-1 M
1358 Max E Smith Jfc -w
1370 W. E. Ferrcbce 169 l.CS
1371- W. F. Seln 72 .72
1405-Jos. Hauso ... 43 .43
ll?S-H, B. Asadoorlan 120 L0
1133-C L. Rood 4S0 4.0
1- SCC-MW. IX- H. Mclntlro.... 24 .24
146S E. D. "U'lckcns 24 .24
1470-C. A, Dole. 72 .72
14 SO E. D. Swan 43 .43
1IS1 Jus T. Bclens 43 443
1S2S-W H. C'ark 1,000 10,00
iFjo E. H WtUs 200 .C0
1M1-E li. WaHs 63 .02
lfti-C. C. Illgelns con 5.C0
irc5w J. Barnett 500 5.00
15C5-C. L. Rood 170 1 1.70
15CO-C. L. Rood 330 J.30
KID S M. Warmbath 1.005 10.00
1B7SC E- Brubakc: 1.000 10.00
1911-Ncttlc Paine I.eOO 10.W
1Q.H-M. J. Hardin 300 3.C0
1945-M J Hardjn. 310 3 10
1CC3 M. J. Harcmi 24 .21
tctS- J. O'Neill 6CO 0.CO
2011-Thco. Davis 1,000 10.00
201" Theo. Davis l,Cnc 10.00
2043-J H- Llnck 1.000 I fa
'OSOG H Snilth 500 b.w
rj)i7 c' U. Fvery COO 6. CO
051 E D. Swan 603 5. 00
205-E D. Swan 600 E.00
S(r,9 C K- McCornlck 600 6.00
?07S-E. W Griffiths 00 6.00
210C Mlk Bamberger 500 6.00
" OW H. I--lnck m 10.CO
"CGii 3. Joseph 500 5.00
ioZo H Smith 500 5.00
J. W. Skinner 500 B.CO
io7shcets & Thompaon.... EOO 6.00
Sl9-Eva Lloyd 624 6.24
2JI5-Max K. Smith S c o
'330 Hudson Sons Co 600 5.00
Sc&l-ITudson Sons Co 500 6.00
23GC Hudson Sons Co 500 6.00
2- irtS W J. Browning 1.001 10. CO
"431 W- J. Browning 1,000 ' 10.OU
'539 W J. Browning l.OJO 10. M
2 1C0 E M. West 1,000 10. CO
2Vrank D- Hobba 500 5.00
n;v, iv W. Rivera 1.K0 10. on
05tw W. Rivers 1.0M 10. CO
2330 . M West 1,000 -10.00
2f.31 E- M. West 7.000 10.00
iZZ" E M. West 1.000 10.OO
j::4-e. m. "ST091--: 10.00
IC01 W J. Browning 1,000 10. 00
2C0 E. M. West 1,000 10. 00
2C03 E. M. West 1.000 10.00
2C0I-E M. West. 1 000 10. CO
2G05-E- M. West.. 1.000 10.0ft
:C15-E'.oIse Allard 1,000 10.00
2C1E L. Weber 1.000 10 00
2020 J. M "Lyon 500 c.CO
7 E M. West 500 6.00
20 W W Rivers 1.000 10.OO
2T4R .Tas. Crclghton 500 6.00
2747 Jas Crelghton 1,005 10 On
274S Jas, Crelghton 1.000 10.00
2749 Jas. Crclghton 1,000 10.ro
'77 Jos. House 6.000 50.00
3 J. A. Pollock & Co 13.500 133. 00
And In accordance with law and order
of the board of dlroctors. mado on
the 20th day of August. 1901. so many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may bo necessary will be sold at Room 1,
151 Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
the 16th day of October. 1901. at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m , to pay delinquent as-rr-asment
thereon, together with tho co3ts
nf advertising and "xnonses of sale.
bl6 A. J GTTNNETjL, Secretary.
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Joe Bowers Mining company, held
this 15th day of October, 1901, tho
above date of sale of delinquent stock
is hereby postponed until Tuesday, tho
1st day of November, 1901, at tho camo
hour and place.
A. J. GUNNELL, Secretary.
Golden Star Mining & Milling- Com
pany. Public notice Is horoby given that the
adjourned annual moetlng of tho stock
holders of the Golden Star Mining and
Milling company, a corporation of Utah,
will bo held, pursuant to adjournment, at
the general office of the company (being
also tho office of tho Western Explora
tion company) in the Atlas block. Salt
Lako City. Utah, at 11 o'clock a. m. on
Wednesday. November 30, 1904, for tho
purpose of ratifying all of tho acts of the I
stockholders and directors of the com
pany had at the stockholders and direc
tors' meetings heretofore held, Including
the resolution adopted at the last meet
ings of tho directors and of the stock
holders for tho sale of the entire proper
ty and assets of the company, anu also
for tho purpose of vollnp upon a proposi
tion to dissolve the company, pursuant to
the statutes of the State of Utah, as pro
vided for In tho resolutions adopted at tho
meeting of the board of directors on Oc
tober 8, 1204; and also for tho transaction
ol any other business that may to brought
beforo tho meeting.
WALTER G. FILER,
WILLLVM C. RIGBY. Secretary.
Dated at Salt Lako City, Utah, October
PE03ATE AND GUARDIAN isiii-f
Consult County Clerk 'o rcapflctlv.
!m.T3 for jbrtner inrormatlon.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lake cpunt,
State of Utah. In the matter of le'
tate of Joseph K. Clark, deceased.- o-
Tho petition of E. W. Clark, adminis
trator of tho estnte of Joseph K. L-'ftl'ci
deceased, praying for tho settlemen t o
final account of said administrator anu
for the distribution of tho reslduo of sau
estate to the persons entitled, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the ISth da ot
Novembe-, A, D. 1F0I. at 10 o'clock 0.7?
at the county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court, in Salt LnKo u.
Salt Lakv county, Utah. t .i,u
Witness tho Clerk of said court, -nitij
tho seal thereof afllxed, this 26th da 01
October. A. D. 1901. ,
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By Davtd B. Davics. Deputy Clerk
Harrison O. Shopard, Attorney lor es
IN- THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in nnd for Salt Lako county,
State of Utah. In tho matter of the es
tate of John C. Gray, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Nathan P. Gray, admin
istrator of tho estate of John C. Gray, de- ,
ceased, praying for tho settlement of final
account of said administrator and for tho
distribution of tho residue of naid estato
to the persons entitled, has been set for
healing on Friday, the 11th day of No
vember. A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, in the courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako CJtv, Salt- Lako
Witness tho Clerk of said court, wivl:
tho seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of
October. A- D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk.
Jamea D. Pardee, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
cstato and guardianship of James Plckard
Murphy minor. Notice.
Tho petition of Rhoda Murphy Gurnsey.
guardian of thu person and tho estate of
James Plckard Murphy, minor, praying
for the distribution of the cstato of said
minor and for the final discharge of said
guardian, has been set for hearing on
Friday, the 11th day of November, A- D.
1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof afllxed, this 29th day of
October. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk.
H. A. Smith, Attorney for Guardian.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es
tate of W. D. Palmer, deceased. Notice.
The petition of J. W. Houston, admin
istrator of the cstato of W. D. Palmer,
deceased, for confirmation of the sale of
the following described real estate of
3ald decedent, to wit: Commcnolng at a
point live (5) rods east from tho north
west corner of lot C, block 41, plat A, Salt
Lake City survey. lunnlng thenco cast
41Vi feet more or less to the center of a
wall dividing tho two houses numbers 123
and 123 West Fourth South street, thonce
south along tho ccntor of said wall ten
(10) rods more or less to tho south line of
said lot, thenco west along said south line
41 Vi feet; thence north ten (10) rods to tho
place of beginning, situated In Salt Lake
City and county, State of Utah, for tho
sum of f72iO, and upon I he following terms,
to wit, cash upon confirmation, as ap
pears from the return of sale, filed In thl
court, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, the 11th day of November, A. D.
UOl, at 10 o'clock 0, m.. at the county
courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 27th day of
October, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) 1 JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lako county.
State of Utah. In tho matter of the cs
tato of Mary Jano Rice, deceased. No
Tho petition of Edwin T. Rico, praying
for the Issuance to I. N. Parker of lot
tors of administration In the estate of
Mary Jano Rice, eleceasud, has been set
for hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of
November. A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m..
at the county courthouse. In the court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City. Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of Oc
tober. A. D. 1901.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk.
Golden Star Mining & Milling Com
pany. Public notice Is hereby given that a
meeting of the stockholders of tho Golden
Star Mining and Milling company, a cor
poration of Utah, will be he-, at tlio office
of the company at Joseph, Sevier county
Utah, at 12 o'clock noon Fri
day, Decembor 2, 1901, for tho pur
pose of ratifying and confirming all of
the acts nd proceedings of tho board ot
directors and tho stockholders of said
company at the various meetings of said
stockholders and directors, held at Salt
Lake CHy. Utah. Including tho sale of the
entire proporty and assets of said corpor
ation, and also for the purpose of voting
upon a proposition to dissolve said cor
poration, pursuant to the statutes of tho
State of Utah, as provided for in tho res
olutions adopted by the board of direc
tors of the company, at a meeting of said
board at Salt Lake City, Utah, on Octo
bor 8, 1901; and also for the transaction ot
any other business that may be brought
before the meeting.
WALTER G. FILER.
WILLIAM C. RIGBY. Secretary.
Dated at Salt Lalco City, Utah, Octobor
Consult County cierl- n ,L ft M
signers for '"nhoM
IN THE DlSTRlcT
bate division. In and tL $V? h.lfn T
ty. State of Utah.inSa'iLa'ktJj4aP U
eslato of Dora Dovi afc aa".WB I I
The pct'lion of A p t Vwil I '
of the estato of DoVnWf0s SP'
pray'ng for tho settled?- feff
cnunt of said executor nt c fciKl
irlbution of tho resi& 2?d r,0 i
he persons entitled. ha a,d S& K
he-arlng on Friday. th liiv h K
verohc-r. A. D. 1901 f at in ! Tt! BnP
iho county courthouse" C,tk aMu
of said cnuit, In Salt ?Xhc cr!rvWr'
I ako county, Utah 1 Ls3te Hr ??lT
Witness the Clerk nf ,, 'Itn
r&vid b. DSte .:Ar
garrison O. SUepperd.ffi I
TRADE DOLLAR EXTS M $
NING COHPAllY IOhfc s
Principal placo of busing I
City. Utah. "'ne.i,
There aro delinquent unon tv. .
described stock, on account fkrv
No. 1. levied September S iv I
oral amounts set opposite WhSJiK 1
tho respective stockholders, ci'-'tf
Cor. 1 t.
No. Name c, , Jm
7 Wigglcsworth. O. s... hi iff,
10 Johnson. C. J bM 2 'itf11
ia Schrnmllng, Marlva C. 5 f 1
2'. Rot!. W. E '" JO I c
27 Buchrt G. II. M ? t
2S Bishop, Arthur i X
31 Hathaway, R. tj.. """ in j I
35 Bowman, A. A ! J
40 Templeton. A, C. trustee S (
41 Palmer. Georgo W.. .. 5ft V5l
43 Fritz. W. H ' ji
4G Anderson, B. J J j
47 Anderson, E. J J 3 ;pypp
49 Preston, Henry , "; fi j
50 Eby. F. S ,5 I f,,
62 Lattlmcr, Frank .... J.J t
53 Hunter. Thomas 11... "'" K I k! Ct
5S Eby. F. S V." A Scar.:
50 Eby. F. S ' l 1 '
11S Davis. A. J r-ll J ir
122 Templeton. A. C 'X2 U fd A
And in accordance with law and .u 1 , tra
der of tho board of directors,? '
15th day of September, m 19
tho shares of each parcel of'ruSr' h1 ,
as may be necessary will ba cU .f?
office of the company, room Jfa tvA l
vld Keith building, being nomtaJhS l
252 South Main street, Salt l3J&
Utah. November 9, 1501. at thi br,?, 1'
o'clock p. m.. to pay tho dellnc ' I 'tT't
sessment thereon, togeth' r with tt YfK8'.
of advertising and expense of -u Bwti"
GI6S9 B. G. KIDDEk VT fe?
NOTICE TO WATER TJ3IBS.
. rl&f l
State Englnecr'3 Of nee, Salt Lai. r-.
Utah. October 15. 1901 .a
Notice Is hereby given that tk o- 'L
ncnt.il Mines and Smelting Conit
by Its manager. Henry M, ij.
whoso postofllco address Is 41 Q,J ,'
Block, Salt Lako City. Utah, hi, Si
application In accordanco with liTx S
qulremonts of Chapter 1C0 of the fr'T
Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriated
ty (20) second-feet of tho water p-r- ' Z,
In Llttlo Cottonwood creek, Salt hh Slu.
county. Utah. Said water to bi dlitv PzS.
from tho main stream at a point at:
fivo thuusar.d eight hundred cm H
abovo tne intake of the CoIurabc8 Crri! !".
Idated Mining company 3 pipe lk tn S
where tho water will bo conveyed ft"3i vii
a Hume and plpo for a distance of ih-
5CO0 feet and there bo used for th fe. rrl,
velopmont of power, whicl. Is to b Z?X
for propelling machinery at Ite di Tt,
nontal Alta Mill la tho Little (Vj.
wood mining district. After haicfi 'VitT
r.o diverted and used tho wattrirLi, EL,"
rzt- "l to tho natural chance! ! Li. SiJ,,
tin oi.iOi.YOod creek at a paint tv 1
00 feet above tho Intake of tbe Cj ' Pi
bus Consolidated company's powe;
All protests against the grantlnsr'cl
application, stating tho reasors '7zl,
must bo made by affidavit and -?
this ofllco within thirty ph day?tf
tho completion of the publlcatlr" a
notice. A. P DORBMR
Dato of first publication, Oct li da f - c'
of completion of publication. NtT KH"
Notice of Assessment Wo. 1L iktfr
The Silver Shield MInlnr and !3
company, principal placo of bus!-a Sri u'
Lako City, Utah.-v Notice is here', era
that at a meeting of the board n'tv
ors of the above named comply j tv.
on tho ISth day of October li-H. lis
mcnt No. 11 of VA ents porst-irfw
levied on the cap' oil stock of ti? k- ,
poration outstandmg. payable lm-'ia
ly to E. H. Iead. assistant sktc'jt "S
514 McCornlck bulldlnn. Salt L:t -U
Utah. Any stock upon which tH'"- Z"
meat may remain unpaid on Wd" ,
November 21st. 1904. will te ititf Ijrii
and advertised for sale nt put aV p
Hon, nnd unless payment Is nuiTKn
will bo sold on Thursday Dec. flhjH
at 10 a m.. at the office of the tas
secretary. 514 McCornlck bulUfcc pciUe,
Tiko City. Utah, 'o pay J.W
quent assessment, tocether wita cjso "Ms 1
advertising and oxrnse of Rjt
E. II. MEAD. Assistant Skk Jg
511 McCornlck building. Salt La '
Utah. Ipijj t
To tho etockholders of the S!ir ft Jrjn
solldated Mining company
The Star Consolidated IntoC g2 ltte
having acquired from , Ihn WJ mv
ICO.OOO shares of the capital st"5 mj
company, all registcrrd sV
said company arc hereby allows V) fa
chase pro rata, the stock hM tfr
to said ICO.OOO shares at lCc per svl, k
price, on or before December 1.
applying to the secretary of tt W. II
pany, room 432. Atlas Wort, ft
City. This offer applies oriT In. ft
ent outstanding stock or tMgLtf
standing stock which has not pi""
In offer to purchase. v eij
chased to bo delivered to P" .
the company on or about jp-ju kjfe
1901. but payment therefor va fr
December 7. 1901. Holders of -1
siring to participate in P"5rat
present certificates to secretary
of payment to bo atampw.
By order cf tho board of d 6.
Salt Lake City. OcWber .. ft
W. H. Farnsworth. Secretarr
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