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sgtrpOTAY HORSING, DECEMBER 5, l'Jtf-I. THE 5AJ0T j.AKK TJEUTJNIS. PAGE SEVEN
'fifcase Had te !o
Be Different Result
)m New Trial Begin
.tion Somewhat Surprised at
e Unofficial Poll of Dis
flUSnvIction, 0; non-committal. 2. This
jjup.official poll of tho Jury which waa
j) vo decided tho fate of Nan Patter-
5ut which was discharged by JuBtlce
if Tin the criminal branch of tho Su-
sreourt, because one of the twelve
.pffallc-n ill. Tho poll was inado after
ftjSry was discharged, and while nono
s3 men woald express and detailed
3piy on the c-vldenco brought out by
prosecution, nine of them were wlll
'fjKfindico.tc how they would liavo vot-
ItijuPwo whepo ballots arc classed as
jpccilncd to give' any Intimation
Acr they tnought Miss Patterson !n
fftfor guilty. The selection of a new
ibeclns Monday, and no one knows
Army be tho result of the now trials
lie same testimony may produce 3lm
iffecls it? the overwhelming sentiment of the
Iwns known to Mr. Rand after tho
Kverc dlemlp.seil and that It canio a3
fcal shock to him la apparent In a
jnenl which he gave out. Mr. Rand
fceen In consultation with two of the
hen, and that they left his office he '
Bhopc none of the Jurors will talk
lithe case, as It might Injure both
prosecution and the defense. I do
wee how any Juror could rightfully
Stormed an opinion on the merits of
Bije, as it was still lncompleto when
jury was discharged." Mr. Rand re
Ifto tell what the two Jurors whom
kd summoned to his olllcc had said
l Knew What to Expect.
'f Ipite Mr. Rand's assertion that tho
of the prosecution was very lncom
L tho Jurors nevertheless had heard
jh' of It to get a good idea of what
I st of the evidence would be. Mr.
S3 lhad told tho Jury that the eireum-
(lal evidence no would present to
fJNan Patterson killed Caesar Young
Jfso strong that If a . hundred men
.We'd that they saw Young kill him
Ithe Jury would not believe them. The
6t the Jurors Indicates that the cir
ilantlal evidence scarcely had this
fetiof tho Jurors who wore asked what
thought of the case refused at first
fay anything about it. After being
jfred that anything they might say
iflbe regarded as strictly confident
would be used only In tho llnal
rIf the vote, nine of them Indicated
hclr replies that they would havo
jrflfnot guilty. How the votes of tho
jtfjtwo would have stood is not known!
;JJhey refused absolutely to give any
jisitlon of the opinion they had formed,
Jfcjre was a rumor In the Criminal
s, bull Mng that the Jury, before dls
Ke, had tiken a poll, and that tho
Jmient of a majority was for ncqult
jfMl the Jurors denie'd that any poll
.Jttffcn taken before their connection
jlltho cce ceased, and both Mr. Rind
3fA'braham Levy, attorney for Miss
fterson, said that the rumor of a poll
!Greater Difficulty Ahead.
fflfthoee connected with the case ex
Jtcd regret that the jury had to be
barged. Jt was realized that It would
'3prc difficult to obtain a Jury for the
Twlftrlal than it was for the first bc-ijS-of
the wide publicity of the case.
iMfllprh-irge of the Jury was due to
ct that the lllnpse of Edward Drcss-
uror No, 9, would prevent lilm from
'i iding for a long time to come. Dr.
)h Collins who had been appointed
.. no court to visit Dressier and ascer
ilhls condition, was called to the wlt
t iHtand Questioned by Mr Rand. Dr.
jjns oald ho had visited the 111 Juror
aSfoiind the right side of Mr. Drtss
dlfaco parah.zrd " the physician said,
iPInc could answer my questions only
Fanonosi llnblrs. The aperture of his
'JSK:1'0.1 found t0 he larger than his
nlfhe tongue protruding on the right
withe blood voxels of his heart wore
Jtrged one-third above tho normal size
Bfe"1"0 V''erC otnor cvIdencca of serious
wjiat is his capability for sitting as a
!L', a '-'"'"I f"r murder In the first
dree?" nslfe Mr. Rana.
-!f?. ,s. v '"lyslcilly. mentally and emo
'Jmlly ir capable to perform auch serv
'mPr -"ms responded.
f:g.olita Armour 3:.ck, Cured.
"Y YORK. Dec. 4. Among tho re
rrlvaln on the Kaleer Wilhelm II.
ttle LoliU Armour. She returned
mo compi. ny of her mother and fath
ifaitcr iw, abrcnr abroad of more
Ja year All that time ahe was
Jer tin? direct supervision of Dr.
llf-Lorcnz, the fan.cus Viennese sur
W'vho ha now almost Jlr.istfed tho
mot her congenital hip trouble that
Hmbegun b the operation he per
illed In November. 1902, In Chicago.
Ifhe operation has been entirely suc
Jul," twul J. Ogden Armour, on
llt'A light purse is a heavy curse"
Jlckucss makes a Hglit purse.
The LIVER is the scat of nine
.cnths of all disease.
jo to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
ind restore the action of tho
LIVKR to normal condition.
tone to the system and
lid flesh to the body.
STOLE TONS OF ORE.
Gold-Bearing' E-ock Mysteriously Dis
appears From Mine Shaft.
SAN BERNARDINO, Dec. A dar
ing mine robbery was made public
when General Manager E. W. Tucker
of the Skybluc marble quarries came
to town from the company's property
south of Colton. The other day the
company put in a blast to dl9lodgc
a big body of granite 100 feet below the
surface, and the explosion uncovered a
two-foot stringer of gold bearing quartz.
The excitement of tho Mexicans at
tracted Tucker, when one of them
picked up a piece of quartz and ex
claimed breathlessly, "Gold, gold, gold,"
speaking in his native tongue. An ex
amination of the rock brought to light
minute particles of gold all through it.
The Mexicans were put to work at
once digging out tho rock and piling It
at the mouth of the shaft. At least
two tons had been collected and this
morning when Tucker and the bosses
appeared they were dumfounded to
find that during the night tho entire
ore heap had disappeared, the thieves
even going so far as to sweep up tho
smallest particles of rock. Investiga
tion showed that the ore had been
packed to the south side of the moun
tain, the thieves pushing their way
through the brush and reaching a
place where a wagon had been driven,
into which the oro waa dumped. Only
those who saw what a pile of ore had
disappeared can realize the amount of
labor it must have required to commit
ftiQCK MARRIAGE TROUBLES.
.Woman Showered With Bice; He
ceives Unwelcome Congratulations.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.. Dec. 4.
Miss Sadlo Tunlson, a clerk In one of the
leading stores here, was kept busy re
ceiving tho congratulations of friends on
her marriage, and trying to explain that
the wedding was only a mock ceremony
Miss Tunlson and her sister spent
Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. C. White,
a friend living at Allcnhurst, N. J. Ralph
II. Aired, of Brooklyn, and another young
man were there as guests also. Amid the
Thanksgiving festivities it was proposed
that Miss Tunlson and Mr Aired should
be married with a mock ceremony The
young couple readily consented and one
of the men present acted as clergyman.
The bride, to add to tho amusement of the
affair, held a dish of celery In her hand
when tho knot was tied.
The Joke was continued the next day,
when the couple started on the train for
their respective homes. Tho guests of tho
Thanksgiving party showered them with
rlco and old shoes, and several boarded
the train and rode with them to the next
stntlon. using every opportunity to ap
prise the passengers of the fact that tho
couple were Just married. They said not
a word about it being a mock wedding.
Tho next Issue of the Asbury Park Dally
Press contained an announcement of tho
wedding, which has disturbed MiS3 Tunlson.
PRAYED FOR RAIN.
Then a Kentucky Farmer Slays Fam
ily and Himself.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. -1. Enoch
Sloan, a well-to-do farmer of Shelby, Plko
county, shot and killed his wife, four
children and himself. The killing took
place about 11 o'clock at night, but noth
ing was known of it until tho morning
after, when tho daughter of a neighbor
ing farmer called at the house to borrow
somo water, the well on her father's place
having been dry for weeks.
To the drought, which Is playing 3uch
havoc In Kentucky, the awful sextuplo
tragedy Is due. Sloan's farm was one of
l he few In Pike county whose ci3terns and
springs had not long been dry. Saturday
night ho told his wife ho was going to
call on God for the first time In his life.
He said he had only enough water for the
family over Sunday. His stock had with
ered and died, and tho only relief he saw
was in Providence.
Dressing himself, he went to church. In
a loud voice he called upon God to bring
vain. So many others made similar ap
peals that Ills fervor was looked upon
only as natural. After church -it was no
ticed that he was very much excited. Ho
went home shortly after 10 o'clock, and
nothing more was known of him until
the next morning. ,
TO TATTOO SOCIETY FOLK.
London Expert Arrives at Hew York
to Decornte Fashion Leaders.
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. Winton T. Lc
froy, a professional tattoolst of Lon
don, has arrived here on contract to
tattoo a number of New York society
"My mission here," he said, "may no
doubt surprise you. It is to tattoo
several wealthy Americans who were
in London during tho past summer and
said they would like to be tattooed.
1 was unable to do the work for them
at the time. They clubbed together
and made an agreement with me that
1 come to America and perforin the
work. Of course, I can't give you
their names, as to do so would be vio
lating a professional secret. I may tell
you, however, that three of them live
in Philadelphia and the othera in this
May Yohe Here and Alone.
' NEW YORK, Dec. 4. As lively and
vivacious as ever, Mrs. Putnam Brad
ley Strong, more popularly known as
May Yohe, and also at one time ay the
wife of Lord Francis Hope, tripped
gaily down the gangplank from the
Kalscf Wilhelm II , and the first words
sho uttered were: "Well, I am glad
to be back aguln," and she looked It.
"Where is Mr. 'Putty' Strong?" Dhe
"Oh. I suppose you are going to make
a fuss about my coming over alone,"
she Hashed back, "Well, we're not sep
arated and we're not going to bo di
vorced, and I love Putts' as much as
ever. There"!" she concluded, .stamping
her dainty foot and her eyes flashing;
Surprise in Jury Wheol.
POTTSVILLE, Dec. -J. Tho drawing of
1S7 Jurors for tho January term of court
today revealed a surpii.so In their compo
sition Sixteen of the Jurors are saldon
lt papers and bartenders. Tho Jury box was
filled under the personal directions of tho
Judges of the court In order to -securo a
better class of jurors. In tho panels pre
viously drawn clergymen and business
men predominated. Tho drawing was
purely a chance, tho nanic3 being taken
from a wheel.
Sentenced to Bath Tub.
WILKES BARRE, Pa,. Dec. 4. Mayor
Price sentenced Joaoph Kutz, a vagrant,
to apend two hours Jn tho bathtub.
"Make tho water hot and let him soak,"
Aftor tho bath Kutz spout forty-eight
hours In the lockup on bread and water.
Mayor Price thinks the bath sentence
will frlghU-n flomo of them away.
People aro not buying Jewelry at cheap
sales and auctions. They know that at
such sales a good article Is eold for CO
per cent more than they could buy It at a
regular store, and when anything looks
cheap It generally turns out to be rub
bish. I can sell you watches which will
keep time In nickel, silver, gold tilled nnd
solid ll-k gold cases. Diamonds, good
solid gold rings, chains, lockets, brooches,
bracelets, curf buttons, stick pins, opera
glasses, clocks and -many other things at
tho lowest possible prices. Elgin and
Waltham movements In 20-yoar gold tilled
FR0H $10 km IF.
Every article guaranteed to be exactly
THE JEWELER, f
75 East Second South street, fco
tween Commercial and State streets
LETS OUT WEDDING SECRET
Brldo Married Sinco July 4, and Has
Helped to Furnish Her Own. Home.
MONTCLAIR. Dec 4. Much surprlso
was occasioned In Montclalr over the an
nouncement of tho marriage of Miss Lucy
A. Dood, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Isaac
A Dood. of Greenwood ave., and Herbert
N. Wardon, tho caahler of tho largo dry
goods house of C. L. Bausher. No. 32
Thomas street. New York. The ceremony
was performed at Mauch Chunk on July
4 last by the Rov. Jamca Grant Boughter,
of the Methodist church of that place.
Tho couplo went on an excursion and
decided to get married, after both had
agreed that fussy jwcddings wero a dls-
like to them. The- parents of tho brldo j
were let Into the secret just as the mother
was getting ready to go to the city to
purchase material for her daughter's
wedding, which had been set for Janu
ary 25, next.
"Oh, you need not bother going to that
expense," said Lucy, and at the same time
handed to her a document, which proved
to, be a marriage certificate. Mrs. Dodd
was greatly surprised more so to think a
girl could keep a secret so long. The pair I
were forgiven by the pnrents. I
It has since developed that the couplo
have a furnished house In East Orango,
and that tho bride has been selecting the
furnishings for several months, until every I
room hnd been furnished, unbeknown to
the parents of the couplo. They arc now
occupying the house. .
Rare Skin-Grafting Experiment.
PASSAIC, N. J., Dec. 1. In an attempt
to save tho leg of C'ornollus Post, a flf-tccn-year-old
boy who for nearly two
years has suffered from the effects of a
terrible burn, the surgeons at St. Mary's
hospital will graft a hvo rabbit to the
Injured member. The operation will con
sist of chloroforming tho rabbit raising
a piece of its skin nnd grafting It to the
boy's leg. to which the rabbit will be
bound. The animal will bo kept under
chloroform, bound to tho leg for several
days, until the doctors aro satisfied that
tho akin has adhered or that tho opera
tion Is a failure. Then tho animal will
Quits Bank Noto Business.
PITTSFIELD. Mass.. Dec. 4. United
States Senator W. Murray Crane, of Dal
ton, who will take hla seat in tho Sen
ate on Monday, as tho successor of tho
late Senator Hoar of Massachusetts, has
disposed of all his Interests In the Gov
ernment bank-note paper mill. In this city
In order that the business may bo con
Senator Crane has been the head of tho
paper-making firm of Crane & Co., which,
since 1S7S. has held the Government con
tracts for bank-note paper. As no mem
ber of either branch of Congress can en
ter Into a contract with the Government,
Senator Crane has transferred his lnter-
C6ts in tho concern to his son, W. M.
Crane, Jr., of Dalton.
Aches nnd Pains.
You know by experience that the
aches and pains of rheumatism are not
permanently, but only temporarily, re
lieved by external remedies.
Then why not use an Internal remedy
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which corrects
the acidity of the blood on which rheu
matism depends and cures the disease?
This medicine has done more for the
rheumatic than any other medicine in
"Not Guilty, but Pay Costs.'?
FRANKLIN. Dec. 4. Judge Crlswell
sought to defend the verdict of "not
guilty, but pay tho costs," against the
ridicule heaped upon It by the press. He
said that the verdict was based upon the
statutes, and is intended to apply In casos
vdiero the accused, while not technically
guilty, Is In somo degree at fault and
ought to be punjshed. The jury In a
pending case then retired and brought In
a verdict acquitting the defendant, but
saddling upon him tho costs.
Would Starve tho Boll Weevil.
' NEW ORLEANS, Doe. 4.-A gigantic
plan to solve the boll weevil problem has
been evolved by William C. Stubbs, direc
tor of the Louisiana Agricultural sta
tion here, and State Entomologist H. A
Morgan. The plan will bo submitted to
the boll weevil convention, which vll!
take place In Shrovoport In two weeks.
Professor Stubbs said the pet threat
ens tho entire cotton acreage In tho
South, and tho only way to exterminate
it is to stop growing cotton for a llmo.
Could Hot Hang n Man.
TRENTON, Dec. 4. William M. John
son, formerly a Statu Senator from Cam
den, and at tho present time Sheriff of
tho county, has sent in his resignation to
Mr. Johnson Is a Quaker, and tho law
which requires tho hanging of a person
convicted of murder in tho first dogreo
conflicts with the tenets of his religion.
This Is the rSnaon for his resignation.
"It takes one out of him
self and makes him forget
"What a comfort 1"
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK SALT
Lake county. State of Utah. Winifred K.
Shaughncrsy. plaintiff, vs. Frunlc C. An
drews, Edith J. Andrews, his wife, tho
City Savings bank of Dotrolt and tho Un
ion Trust company of Detroit, defendants.
The State of Utah to anld defendants:
You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho service of
this .summons upon you, If served within
tho county In which this action la
brought: otherwise, within thirty days af
ter service, and defend the ubovo entitled
action, and In case of your failure so to
do, Judgment will bo rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint, a copy of which is herewith served
M. M. KAIGHN.
WINIFRED K. SHAUGTINESSY,
P. O. address 7G West Second South
J olreet, Salt Lake- City, Utah- c2O40 .
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division, In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In the mattor of tho es
tate of Sarah 2.nn Daft, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Hugh Anderson, admin
istrator of the estate of Sarah Ann DafU
deceased, praying for the settlement of.
llnal account of said administrator and
for the distribution of tho residue of salu
estate to the persons entitled, has been
sot for hearlnp on Friday, the 0th day of
TDecembor. A. D. 19W. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the county courthouse In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City,
Sail Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 25th day of
November, A. D. 19M.
(Seal) JOHN JA-MES. Cleric
By David B. Davlen. Deputy Clerk.
Andrew Howat, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato Division, inland for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of t'tah.
In the matter of .tho estate of James
IIlKKlna, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Mahnla Hlgelns and
Robert Elwood, executors of the cstato
of James Hlgglns, deceased, praying for
tho settleroent of final account of caul
executors and for tho distribution of the
residue of said estato to tho persons on
titled, has been set for hearing on Friday,
the ICth day of December, A. D. 1001, at
10 o'clock a, m., at the county court
house In the courtroom 1 of said court, in
Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day of
November, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B, Davles, Deputy Clerk. c2131
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of the es
tato of John G. Longdon, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Charles H. Llnck pray
ing for the Issuance to himself of letters
of administration in the cstato of John
G. Longdon, deceased, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 9th day of De
cember, A. D. 1901, at. 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse, Jn the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness the Clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof afllxed. this 25th day of No
vember. A. D. 1901.
(Seal) JOHN JAIES. Clerk.
By David B. Davicsl Deputy Clerk.
W. H. Bramcl. Attorney for Petitioner.
Aucrbach block. Salt Lake City. cVM5
ESTATE OF MIFFLIN L. PALMER,
The undersigned will sell at prlvato sale
the real property hereinafter described,
or anv part thereof, situated in the coun
ty of Salt Lake. State of Utah, on or
after tho 5lh day of December. 1901. at 12
o'clock m., and written biis will bo re
ceived at C02 McCornick block. Salt Lake
City. Utah; terms of sale, cash.
Said property Is situate In tho city, and
county of Salt Lake, Stato of Utah, de
scribed as follows: -v
Commencing 33 foot south of the north
eat corner of lot S, block i, plat A, Salt
Lake City survey; running thence south
&0Vi feel; thence west 1154 foot; thence
rorth 11BV4 feet: thenco east 30 feet; thence
south 3T feet; thenco east 91 feet to tho
placo of beginning.
ALPHONSO M. PALMER.
Administrator of tho Estate of Mlfilln L.
Dated November 25. 1901.
Richards, Richards & Ferry, Attorneys.
REDEMPTION OF CHUECII BONDS
Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 1, 1U. No
tico Is hereby given that pursuant to the
terms of the Bonds of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Lo
renzo Snow, Trustee In Trust, dated De
cember 31. 1S95. there being sufficient
monov In the Sinking Fund for that pur
pose, the following described bonds of
Series A are hereby called for redemption
on the first day of January. 1906, viz.:
$lft0 Bonds Noa. 1 to 500, Inclusive ....J50.C00
5500 Bonds Nos. 1 to 57, Inclusive 2S.5O0
Bonds must be presented lo the under
signed Trustee on or after January 3,
ISw, at tho Dcseret National bank. Salt
Lake City, Uta with Coupons No. 13
to 22 attached, and interest will ceaso on
all abovo described Bonds on January 1,
LEWIS S. HILLS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of tho Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. llyrum Ed
wards, plaintiff, va Sophronl E. Edwards,
The Stale of Utah to .the wild defendant;
You aro hereby summonod lo appear with
in twenty days after tho service of this
summons upon you. If served within tho
county In which thle action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after serv
ice, and defend the above entitled action;
and in case of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the complaint,
of Which a copy is herewith served upon
you. HARRINGTON & SANFORD.
P. O. Address, 4S0 D. F. Walker Block.
Salt Lake City, Utah. clulO
EROBAT3 And gtjabdianship
Consult Counts Clone or tho rc3pecUva
cignera for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun-
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho lH
cxtate of Martha II. Erlckson, deceased.
The petition of L. N. Hasscl. praying for
the Issuance to himself of loUera of ad
ministration In tho CBtatc of Martha H
Erlckson, deceased, has boftn sot for hear
ing on Friday, the 9th day of December,
A.. D. 19(M, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the coun
ty courthouse. In the courtroom of said
conrt, In Salt Lako City. Salt Lako coun- VM
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 2Sth day of
November, A. D. 1K1. IH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
C. M. Nielsen, Attorney. c2073
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO.
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho IH
estate and gunTdianshlp of Homer Wi!- IH
Ham Brown, minor. Notice.
Tho petition of Mattie L. Brown, the IH
guardian of the person and the estate of IH
Homer William Brown, minor, praying for
an order of sale of real property of scl
minor, und that all persona Interested ap- IH
pear before tho said court to show cause
why an order should not bo granted In
sll so much, as shall bo necessary, of the
following dc-scrlbcd real estntc of said
minor, to wit: Commencing at the north
west corner of lot 8, block S5, plat "A,
Salt Lake City survey; thence south 72JA
feet; thenco east 2& rods; thence north
72' feet; thenco wcst2 rods to the place
of beginning, has been set for hearing on IH
Friday, the 9th day of December, A. D. IH
1901, at 10 o'clock a, m.. at tho county
courthouse, in tho courtroom of said
court, in Salt Lake City, Salt LaTto county, VM
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho Heal thereof affixed, this 23th day of
November, A. D, 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk,
Cannon. Irvine & Snow, Attorneys for
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. 11
The Salt Lako Routo Exploration com- IH
pany. Principal place of business. Suit
Lako City, Utah. Location of mines, Lin
coin county. Nevada.
Notice Is hereby given that, at a meet- IH
ing of the board of directors of the Salt
Lako Route Exploration company, hrlrt
on the 6th day of November. 1901. assps.i- IH
ment No. 1, of ono dollar ($1.00) per share.
was levied upon the capital stocX of tho IH
corporation, payable -immediately t0 the IH
secretary of the compan, at his office
No. 11 South Main street. Salt Lako City,
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Friday, December IH
9th, 3W1. will bo delinquent, and adver- IH
tlsed for sale at public auction, nnd, un- IH
less payment la made before, will be sold IH
on Tuesday. December 27th. at 12 o'cloc''
noon, at tho secretary's ofllcc. to paj
tho delinquent assessment, togcthor with
tho cost of advertising and expenses of
sale. J- OBERNDORFER, Secretary.
Dated November 5th. 1901. clS3
NOTICE TO "WATER-USERS.
Slate Engineer's Office, Salt Lake Clly.
Utah. Nov. 17. 1901. JM
Notice Is hereby given that C. II. Gibbs.
whoso postofflco address Is 323 Third Eat
street. Salt Lake City, Utah, has mado
application" In accordance with the re
quirements of chapter 1C-0 of tho Session IH
Laws of Utah, 1903, lo appropriate one- IH
half second-foot of the v.-ater flowing
from Bay City mine tunnel, which nat
urally Hows into Little Cottonwood creek.
In Salt Lake county, Utan. Ctld water is IH
to bo diverted by means of a Hume aiul
pipe, at a point which bears appioximale
ly south G7 degrees east, and Is v'Xant
about sixteen hundred (lfiOO) feet from the IH
soutliwcst corner of tho southeast quart r IH
of section 32. to'wnship 2 south, rango IH
east. Salt Lake base and meridian, from IH
where the water will be conveyed through jH
eald flume ami pipe for a distance of about IH
four thousand (1000) feet, and there used
from January 1 to December 31, inclu
slve, of each year for milling lead, silver
and copper ores at the Superior Aha minee
situated In Little Cottonwood, mining dls
trlct, and to provide water for steam
boilers, for fire protection for the plant jH
and for the domestic use of the cmploves ,
of said mine. About flvc-hundredths
(5-1M) of n aecond-foot of the water will
bo consumed, and the remainder of It will
o conducted to a settling pond, where It
will be clarified and then returned to tho
natural channel of Little Cottonwood
creek, at a point about four thousand fla
hundred (1500) feet southwest of tho point
of diversion. , ,
yll protests against the granting of said
application, stating the reasons therefor.
must bo made by affidavit In duplicate.
and filed In this office within thirty (Mi
days after the completion of the publlca
tion of this notice. DOREMUS.
Date of first publication November 1. IH
date of completion of publication, De- IH
cember 19. cUl-
NOTICE TO WATER "USERS.
Slate Engineer's Office. Salt Lake City,
Utah. November 2-', 19-l.
Notice is hereby given that James J
Chambers, . whoso postofflco address Is
Broadvav, New York. N. Y has made ap
plication In accordance with Iho reqi'.lro- IH
ments of chapter 100 of the session lawn IH
of Utah. 1903, to appropriate twcnly-Ilvo
(25) second-feet of the water flowing '.n
the Llttlo Cottonwoofl crek, Salt Lako
cftuntv, Utah. Said water is to be divert
d by" means of a dam about ten (10) feet
high and a plpo at a point just below tho
tall race of the Columbus Consolidate d
Mining company's power plant In section
10, township 3 south, range 2 east, Sa't
Lake base and meridian, from where th
water will he convcT,'cd for about eleven
thousand (U 000) feet and there bo use!
from January 1 to December SI, Inclusive.
of each year for developing power for
electric lighting and propelling machinery
In Salt Iako valley. After having been
so diverted and used thu water will be rc-tir-ned
to the natural channel of Llttlo
Co'ttonwood creek at anoint near the west
line of section S. township 3 south, rango IH
cat Salt Lake base and meridian.
" All" protests against the granting of IH
said application, staling the reasons thore
for must be made by affidavit in dupll
cate and filed In this office within thirty IH
(30) days after tho completion of tho pub- JH
llcatlon of this notice. tM
ucaijon u A R DOREMUS.
Date of first publication, November 2
date of completion of publication. Decern- IH
' DELINQUENT NOTICE.
Old Everrrcen Mining and Tunnel com
nanv principal j)lace of buslnasa, Salt
Lake City. Utah-Notlco.
There is delinquent upon tho following
described slock, on account of assess
irent No. 7, of three cents per sharo. lov
IcV October 21. 1901, payable Immediately
and delinquent on the 21th day of No
vombcr 1901, the amoimt set opposite tho
names of tho sharoholdcrs, as follows;
Cert Name. Shares. Amt.
115-L U Colbath S000 52)0.00
139-John T. Tannor 91 2.S2 fm
Therefore, In accordance with lav and tH
(lie order made by th board of dlroctord
on the 2-lth day of October, 1901, so many
shares of t-aoh parcel of stock as may bo
ncc"sarv will be sold at the ofllco of tho
srorotarv cf said company. No. 101 South
Ma ii street.. Sail Lake City, Utah, on
Saturdav. the 21th day of December. 1KH.
nt 12 o'clock noon, to pay tho delinquent
awesimont, together with the costs of
advertising and xnenso of ..lo H
No. 161 South Main street. Salt Lalo
ritv. Utah. November 2C. ISM. c!757
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' IH
Notice is heroby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Go- B
diva Mining company will be held at th H
office of tho company, roams 39-312 H
Whltlngham building, in Salt Lako City, H
Utah on Monday, tho th day of Decern
bcr l01, at 2:30 o'clock p. m., for tho
election of directors and officers for tho jH
ensuing year and for the transaction of jH
such other business as may be brought IH
before the meeting. ... iH
OHIO JOHN Q. PACKARD, President.