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I MINES AND' MILLS
I Paper on "Mine
Law and its Needs"
J5up-gsts Important Changes in New
Federal Law Extralateral Right
Should Be Abolished.
B At the convention of the California
H Minora' association hold in San Krnncis-
H co from the 5th to the Sth Inst., some
B very Important work wan done. Possibly
H the most important paper read before the
H convention was one by E. A. Belt her on
B the "Mine Law and Its Needs " Sum-
marlzlng Mr neither 9 suggestions, he
H makes three main points'
H Flr6t A proposal to segregate mineral
H lands In i'uch a way us not to require the
B service? of a geological commission He
H proposed to do this b making a record
H of the location of a mineral claim direct
H to a Federal department
H Second Ho proposed that extralateral
H rights should be utterly abolished; and
H Third There should bo a uniform code
UmmW of Federal statutes governing the mining
MmMW A summary of these itions In Mr
B Belcher's language Is as fo!;..v
H "One The extralateral right should be
B Utterly abolished It Is a thing of evil
H Within my reading no one statutory pro-
UMM vision has been so productive of endless
and cosily litigation as this. No mlnv
UWMf owner can say with assurance that his
H title Is Quieted for all time. At nn
H ftage some new development may start
H a new suit, nt any depth his vein may
H Intersect another and be lost to him If
he chances to be the Junior locator; at
any point l is vein Is liable to develop
UuMW Into a complex fissure and Involve Mm
1 In endless contioversy over the. doctrine
of underlap and connecting veins
H TVn The rules for perfecting u mln-
H Ing location require radical changes;
B nevertheless, changes should be udviaed-
H ly considered so as not to handicap too
H severely the honest miner
H Three The new Federal law should be
H comprehensive. It should' provide for a
H record In tti- land oftpc and Should pro-
H vide, negative! that no other record be
H required. That, so far as concerns mines
H r.ot patented, would do nva With the
H record of the County Recorder and the
record of the local mining dlstrb t and
H their accompanying expenses and dan-
1 gerous uncertainties. Such provision, of
1 course, would not be retroactive. It
B would nnply to futon- conditions and
H would not disturb the chain of any title
H already Initiated.
H "The proposed legislation should also,
H in exact terms, do away with that COn-
H tinning source of Infinite perplexity, the
H local rules and regulations of miners.
The tenth census report contains Clar
H ence King's compilation of th- local rules
H and regulations of miners, but it does
H not contain all of them, for many exist
H 1 only in tradition and can be proved only
H through that dangerous medium, parole.
A matter SO important as a rule that Is
H to affect conduct ought not to l,- left
H to parole. Besides, there Is no good rea-
H son why there should not be uniformity
H of procedure The necessity for the unl-
H fortuity of procedure Is dally becoming
H more and more exigent In all affairs, pnr-
H tlcularly those of a legal nature. The
propose'd new system, therefore should
H be a complete system and It should bo
H exclusive If a mine Is worth working
H it Is worth pad ntlng. '
Mr. Belcher also proposes that In order
I to allow the miner to follow his eln be
yond the side line that he should be al
lowed to locale a side HUm by reason of
the discovery of mineral In plaee at the
point where the eln left the claim where
nc was working This seems to us to be
a very cumbersome proposal and It would
be h ... r If extralateral rights were abol-Jrh'-rt
entirely th. location of side claims
allowed without the discovery Of mineral
In place; in this respect following the
Mexican mining law
Those proposals are of more than pass
ing Interest as showing the widespread
dissatisfaction which is felt with our
present code of laws
We believe however, that the rr will he
mui h opposition tii Mr, Belcher's pro
posal, especially to his suggestion of
nninr a uniform Federal law. We ques
tion if the States WOUld want to (rive Up
their right to legislate within their bound
aries. W e shall lock forward with interest to
Mr Belrhers paper when It Is published
In full wi'h the transaction's of the con
vention. Mr Belcher certainly presents
his ifwn with an originality and direct
ness that is attractive Mining Reporter.
I ORE AND BULLION.
Slight Decrease Will Not Affect Big
Total for Year.
Settlement! on ore and bullion fer the week
ending yesterday show n gross total of S6IO.U1O.
n. against J620.7M for the previous week.
While the settlement! show a slight f
eroaa for tho week. It nil) not materially
affect the total of the production for th
'year, which should r-li )W a Inrtce per cent of
Increase over the previous year.
The settlements of vest.-r.liiv amountr-1 to
165,500. As reported by McOornlck & Co , they
were as they follow American bullion. 131.
400; gold bars, M200; gold, sllvr and lead
In the metal mark- t sliver was quoted at
t0 "-nts an ounce, copper Qt It1 Cfti p-r
pound, and lead at f2.5OSM.C0 per et.
I With the Tintic Mines.
The sale of delinquent stork In the Sweet
water Mining company will lc held January
1". nt 12 o'clock.
The stockholders of the I-ower Mammoth
tll hold their annual meeting on the till
of next month, at which tbnie a new board
of diroctorn win bo erected,
8. F. Sanchl came out from Salt Lake on
Wednesday and the following day went out
to the Ralhlnch property In North Tlntlc to
ee what changes base taken place during
the past few weeks.
J. C Sullivan r'-turned Saturday night fr.jin
Salt T.nko and Provo. At tho latter plaeo
he Attended a meeting of the Victoria Mi
R. D McCYery, formi i. lornl manager of
the Hell Telephone company, came i.ui from
Salt Like on Tuesday anil a few days luler
left f"r Doath canyon, whero he will do
the n;tesment work en somo mining prop
erty which he located several years ol'" Mr
McCreery Is now In charge of a power plant
In the Little Cottonwood canyon, about thirty
fallen from Salt Lake,
Will Scott had a very narrow escape from
death In tho Yankee mine last Tuesday He
tripped over a p'eer. of timber an 1. In falling,
uruck his chin and throat on ano titer tim
ber which woj covered with i ooee rock. The
force of the fall drove tome ..f the Hmall
rocks ulrr.ost thrvugh tho man's Jaw. It Is
rertnlnlr a miracle that tho neck was not
broken. Dr. Hensel dressl the I n J u and
Mr S'ott Is now getting alone Bplendldl
N'. shipment has been made fr.tn the ;r
torla mine this week, the ore bvlng stored In
the chute built for that purpose. There i a
Jurgo amount of this ore n'.w awaiting Bhlp
merit, but. aa tho oolhsaay Is In no way
crowded for room, tho ore will not bo for
warded to the Sampler for u few days. A
drift lias bcn started on the 9o0-foot level
and when thin' reaches the ore body stoplng
will mod likely be commenced. The local
shareholders received th-li . he. . , Le t Tie
day for the Initial dividend of er.tr. which
wav( declared at the roeettng of ipany
held last WMX and there Is no question t.ut
whul other distribution will follow Eureka
WANTED MINING PARTNEB.
In one of thcmoat meritorious prorar-
sltions in near-by district; 12 clelnw;
have produced about half a million. 1'n
usual opporturiitj for large profit on In
vestment. Satisfactory references given
and required. Address Mining Engi
neer, Tribuno office,
THc TRIBUNE NEWS STANDo.
BOSTON Crawford Parker.
CHICAOOAudltorium, Great North
ern. Palmer House
DRNVER- Brown Palace.
, KANSAS CH V Midland, "-,-ate3
LrOS ANGKI.F.S The Angclus. B. F,
Gardner. 15 Spring street.
MINNEAPl 1 1 IS w si il,iel
NEW FORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Asior House
i 1 M IHA- The Millard the Paxtoh.
PI IRTLANO 1 R Porll nd Hotel
ST L( 'PIS Planters'. Southern.
SAN FRANCIS! ! 1 Palace,
t SEATTLE Hotel Northern
WASHINGTON Wl I lard, Kalclgh.
The Week's Record
at C oer Furnaces
Big Tonnage of Rod Metal Exported
Year's Output Will Show
During the ,nst we U. the. Independent
smellers of the valli v r-cintrlhuled In the
neighborhood of 1,000,000 pounds of copper
bullion to th-? Eastern refineries.
Blngh.tm Consolldnted continued Its
weekly Increase, the figures for the week
reading 304 82 pounds.
United Stntc3 shows a slight reduction
for the week.
The exact figures on tho Utah Consoli
dated output wero nut obtainable, hut it
Is estimated at 496,000 pounds, the produc
tion for the previous week Ith this . stl
matc it Is safe to sa that the production
for thu week wqs at least 97S.144 pounds,
i nlted st.iti s contributing 248,816 pounds
to swell the total.
Tlte bullion handled by the American
Smelting and lleilninir eonip.iny may he
estimated nt 227, ( rounds, giving a gross
total of 1,2'.6 111 pounds
With this rate of productlon.lt Is be
lieved that the end of the year, as marked
by the coming Saturday, win show the
production fr the year to be at the rate
of 6,000.000 pounds u month, or 60,000,000
pounds per annum.
The record for the closing week is as
Hlnghum Con .S2f
United States , 848,815
Utah Con. (estimated) 42o,000
American matte (estimated) 227.000
ANENT THE KEMPTON DECISION.
Correspondent Says Decision in Favor
of U. S. Is a Surprise.
A correspondent of Hayden. Stone &
Co 's Weekly Market letter makes a
rather remarkable statement this week
concerning the decision In tho Kempton
case of the United States Mining com
pany. The reversal of the decree by the United
States Court of Appeals ir favor of the
United States Mining con. p. my la sold by
the correspondent to come as a great sur
prise to miners of Bingham, and he states
that he never heard B competent, disin
terested miner say aught than that the
Kempton had a clear case.
Those who have perused the letter and
who have lived for yeurs In this mining
territory and ar thoroughly conversant
with the cose in question are Inclined to
ridicule that statement of the correspond
ent, on the ground thut he has the situ i
tlon exactly reversed.
Considerable surprise was expressed
when the decision in the lower court was
adverse to the United States company, but
the decision of the upper court was In
sti let at ord a Ith the . v.- h Id by mining
men for many years here, that tho Blng
bam lime lelt Is, In Its entlrct, a mineral
The extract from the letter Is as follows.
"There has been gord buying of United
Stile.-, Mining on the lr-.ik In the general
market) most of the stook going to New
York, as usual It Is not believed that the
Imp.. i tance to the United States Mining
company of the recent decision in Its fu
vor of the so-called Kempton ca.se Is fully
realized, and the following from Salt Iako
City will give a clearer view of this Im
" "The reversal comes as a great sur
prise to nian of the miners of Bingham
familiar with conditions as between the
conflicting claims of the United States
company and the Kempton, in fact this
writer has never heard a competent, dls
lnt( n Bted mint r 1 Mr. BS ;my other opinion
lhan that the Kempton had a clear .
' 'It now appears the contention of the
appellant companj that the Bingham lime
belt, on whl."h the properties arc located,
Is In Its entirety a mineral vein contain
ing ore occurrences throughout. Is taken
Merloindv by the court and held to be
" 'This knocks out all preconceived the
ories of practical miners and set ms to at
onco bring up grave questions of extra
lateral right In which some of the large
companies on tho big lime belt will hac
" "The United States company, located,
as it Is niong what is declared to be the .
quartzite hanging ersll commands a situ
ation that has not heretofore been
dreamed of.' "
'I A T?rr.wn Is a visitor from Bingham
William ClalS of the Kennebec Is In town
fcr tho holidays.
J A UaeVlebla I In town frern OoJdfMd,
visiting his brother. Cupl. Iuncar MncVlchlo.
The r.ults Involving the mlnlnff property at
Fav have been postponed until tho lust week
Receipts at the Tnylor . Hrunton sampler
ycti r.l.iy Were threo ears from Nevada, threo
from Tlntlc and three from Bingham.
The management of tho two valley samplers
remembered their employees by making them
a Christmas ulft Of an ixtra day'! salary. -
Maniinnth reported on the market jresterdsy
with a ino-ton shipment. Showing ,40 gold.
t.i ounces silver and 4.2G per cent coppt-r
Manager W. C. Orem of the Rod Wing
Extension mine of Bingham Is preparing to
null I'.nH of ore at the Kempton mill ns
soon 09 teams can bo obtained.
A. 13. Ilydn has returned from a prospect
ing trip through Nevada. He went OVerlU 1
fr re 'all' nte to Ton r.fth Hlel . 1 p. (Jul 1
field, Bulttmc an'l 4her districts
I. P. Rohlllng. manager of tho Frisco Con
tort Mining company, has returned from an
Id ctlon trip t.j that property, very mm h
pliised with tho piTigrcss mode with devel-
Tim Bullor-I-lberal Mining company has con
traries Um ures to the ( nlti-l States Smelting
company for th- rear IM. The et.ntract with
the American Smelting and Beflnlng company
explii-a ..ii the Clt
Henry JbllSS, well known ok a mine super
intendent, leaves soon for Idaho to make an
examination of mining property there for Salt
Lake ralptallsls. If the property In as re
potted, u deal Will he made and a twenty
stamp ndll erected In the spring.
Constructing FnRlnrer W. C. Thomas end
Engineer Strlcklund of tho Newbonss Mines
OJid Smelters corporation have arrived from
the new camp to remain over Christmas
About cventr-flve employees of tho com
rsny have also arrived to stay over tho holi
day to a son
A meeting of the stockholders of th Han
nupah Mining company held on Friday chose
a. new board of directors to serve during tho
ensuing year. Samuel NewhOU8S was cloctl
president, A. J Bottles vice-president anl
treasurer. William K. Bloch secretary, Frank
B. "Work supiTlntendent, and tie .-. with Mau
rice M Johnson, coDalUulu tho b..ard of directors.
M Sinke on
Crossculting- In Sixty Feet of Ore, and
tho Limit of Shoot Not in
One of the most important strikes over
made In the Stockton district, either be
fore op since its rodlvlvus, Is that mndo,
PC announced In The Tribune, during tho
past week on tho Black Diamond proper
f. at S'.ockton General Superintendent
Rnddatz of the Honerlne has ylewed tho
discovery and Is of the opinion that it Is
one of the greatest finds ever mado In the
A crosscut has dim losed a body of ore
which so far runs slxtj foot and no llndt
founii ss yet.
The ore shows gold, silver anil lend, nnd
while much of it 13 Suitable for shipping
at once, every pound remaining will pay
handsomely to mill
With 200 feet more of work connections
will . made with the Hnnerlno tunnel at
a depth of 7(o feet.
The strike wus made on the 100-foot
The property is being brought o the
front under the management of W. C.
Alexander and with the great dlseoery
male, Its possibilities can be computed In
dollars an. I cents.
TJ S DIVIDEND NEXT MONTH.
Company Will Distribute $225,000
No Gemini December Dividend.
From authorltatK e sources It Is learned
that the United States Mining company
Will not announce a dividend this month,
out will declare ono of GO cents a share
about January 15, which will be payable
about the first of Februar .
The total amount to be distributed ot
this time will be In the neighborhood of
Contrary to the general Impression, tho
Gemini did not distribute Its usual bi
monthly dividend of 160,000 this month, but
will probably do so next month
Oic Shipments FTom Park City.
PARK CITY, Doc. 24. Ore shipments
from tlils camp for the past week have
been as follows:
Silver King iX.056,000
Daly West 1.101.2o7
I Food, 1
re all combined In tho hot
Ot drinks served at our fountain fir
V A I up of Cocoa, Beef Tea
..nil ii, ,'. 1 1 i . I I''. -i. r 3
Whal i "tild be nicer on a
j2 Sounds good, tastes better.
S Druehl & Franken, S
V So'thsaet Comer Ualn and 0
Third South Streets, Salt Jv
Lake City. f;
MERRY XMAS TO
HEWLETT BROS CO
Mado to order. Any style any
form of printing.
Pembroke Stationery Co.
54 W. 2nd South. Phones 758.
Drought Broken in Ohio.
CINCINNATI. Dec 21 Tho rain which
finally broko the drought of four months In
this section continued to fall today coming
down lie.illy rturlnt tho mornlnir. Kaln was
nlso reported both down nnd up tho river,
l'olnts as far up as Oil City, Pa., reported
Light Snow in California.
Dl NSMl'lH. Cal.. Dec. :t A light snow
hjs been falllnc at Intervals for throo days.
Although It melts by day. it still Ilea two
uiel a hiijf Inches deep hero, about tho game
ul Sluson and In patches at fleiSlle. promis
ing sickly.. ii county a white Christmas. The
mvrcury stajiUs at 37 decrees
Don't Use a Fourth of a 'Phone
Indhldual lines In residences, t2 per
month. Utah Independent Telephone
PEOEATE AND QUA RDIANSHIi'
Ceneult County CleiW e roernicUve
'gntrt for ibrther information.
IN' THE district COURTS PROBaTH
,llvol"o. Iii and l-T S.ilt Lake cuniy,
State of I'tah.-In the matter of ih CS
laro of Joseph J Bums SrOOd. deceased
T'1" petition of WllHain P Rowc, sd
minlstrator of the estate of Joseph J
Burnswood, decej.ud lor the conrtrma
tJ'""' "f the ,),. ,,j th( f,,n,,w Ins-des'-rlbed
real etato of said decedent, to Wit! That
certain group of mining claim; known
' ' '' ' ' rlbed u an undivided Inter st
In the Oranlt.' lode mining claim and the
.r.yni. ,i mining claim numb, red 1 to
h. Inclusive, iltuate In Little ;ottonv'od
mining dlstrlol Salt Lake county, I tab.;
ali.i that certain parcul or tract "I prop
erty altuaied in Altn. City, Salt Lake
county, knaivn and d. s.-rlb. d as the "Old
I re,.rv 1 'i op, i t ',,'' fur the sum of
H110.00 And upon the following terms, lo
JJJi; ( '-tsh upon cntinneiion. m appcirs
from the retun- of nulo. Hied In this court,
has h. en ... i n.i h. nilng on Friday, the
ot.th dfiy of 1 1. ecml.er. A 1' 19u-l. at l'
0 clock a. n at the county courthouse,
In the coiirlroom of said court. In Salt
jj i Cits Ball Le,ke County, Otah.
witness the Clerk cif said court, with
II. - sea thereof ifiK,-,i this 16th day of
December, A. D, uii
Seal JOHN JAMKB Clerk,
By David B ralcs. Deputy Clerk dl?2i
IN THE district COURT, PRO
bo to dl lnlon. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Slate ,,f Utah, In the matter of tho
estate of Charles P Stohl, deceased
The petition of GustAVS II Backman
praying fin the ndmlinlon to probate of
1 certain document purporting to Ixj tlie
last will and testament of Charles F
Stohl, deceased, and for the granting if
letters testamentary to Oustave H. Back
man, hnM been set for hearing on Frldav
the vnh day of December, A. P lM, at
10 o'clock a. m . at me county courthouse
It the i OurtTOOm of sr,id court at Salt
1 'ike City. Salt Lake county, State of
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this lTtli day of
December. A. D lfH.
Seal 1 J 'UN JAMES Clerk
T!v David B Dnvles Depul I l- rk.
Gustavo H Backmnji Attomoy. d!375
REDEMPTION OF CHURCH JJONDS
Salt Lake City. Utah. Dec. 1. 19(M. No
tlce Is hereby given that pursuant to the
terms cif th Bonds of the Church of
Jesus "'hrirt of Latter-day Saints. Lo
remo Sivw, Truateo In Trust, dated De
cember 31. 18l'S. there being sufficient
money In the Sinking Fund for that pur
.,,,M " 1 1... p.:. ..-a lm: .'e.Hcrllie.1 bonds of
Series A are h( reby called lor redemption
on the first day of January, 1905. viz.:
$1k Bonds Nos. 1 to 600, Inclusive $50,000
Bonds Nos 1 to St, incluslvo .... 2S.500
p.onds niu"t be presented to tho under
pood Trustees on or after January 1
1906 st th. I r seret National bank. Bait
1 ,-kf City. Vta with Coupons Nos 13
to attached, and interest will cease on
all "above described Bonds on January I,
LEWIS S. HTLIS.
Silver-Copper King Mining company
Principal place of business. Salt Lake
City, Utah. Notice:
There are delinquent on the following
described stock, on account of assessment
No 2, levied November 10. 1904. the sev
eral amounts set opposite the. names of
the respective shareholders, as follows:
No No. of
Cerl Name. shares. Am't
&-Fanny M. Naylor 13.500 $19 25
52 Fannv M. Naylor 1.500 2.25
13 Lo Grand Young 5,000 7.50
14 E. V. Gllkerson 100 .15
17 John M. Whltakor 1.000 1.50
jvS T Whltakcr ... 1.000 1.50
19 S. T. Whltakcr 500 . 75
JO S. T Whltakcr 500 . 75
L-.-John M Whltakcr 60u .75
27 John M Whltaker .75
20 John M Whltaker W0 .75
39 Le Grande Young 1,880 2 75
47 S. T Whltaker . 740 1.10
4S S. r. w hltaker R.r, 12 9"
50-John M VI hitaker 500 .75
r.2 J. J. Whltaker lS.OoO 27.00
55 G. H. Backman, trustee ... C0,0 90. 0)
An Th nccordanco with law and order
Of the board of directors, mado on the
loth day of November, 1904, so many
shares of each parcel of stock as may bo
necessary will be sold at the oftlce of tho
Company, No. 32-4 South Main street Salt
Lake i it. Utah, on Monday, the 9th day
of January 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m , to
pay the delinquent ikssessrnent thereon,
i, ..tier with tho cost of adertlslruj and
- Tense of sale. G. H. BAi'KMAN.
Office No 32-4 South Main street, Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Dated this the 19th day of December.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
l nlted States for the district of Utah.
In the matter of W. H. Goldman. Vol.
bankrupt In bankruptcy No. 769.
To the creditors of W 11 tjoldman of
Murray, In the county of Salt Lake and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the 10th
day of November,! A. D. 1904. the said W.
H Goldman was Kluly adjudicated bank
rupt, and that the lir.--t met ting of his
creditors will be held at m Office In the
Commercial building, cm the 6th day of
January, i!K5, at n o'clock in the fore
run ,n fit whl. h t Im- the said creditors
m , atb nd, provt their bjalms appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt and tr.tr.f
act such other business as may properly
, ..nil before :-.il'l me, ting
' H M'.I.ES BALDWIN.
Referee In Bunkruptcv.
Salt I ke City, Dec. 24. 1904 dlS2S
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Rowers Mining companj. Principal
place "f business at Salt Lake Clt, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the directors, held on the sth day of
December. 1904. an assessment of one-half
(i r ent pi r share (being as m.-ot No.
18) was duly levjed on the capital stock of
the corporation, payable immediately to
A J. Gunnell, secretary of the company,
at the office of the company, No 3S South
Main street Salt Luke City, Utah
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 9th day of
January, 1006, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless pament is made before, will be
sold on the Mth day of January, 19. to
pay the delinquent assessment, together
With the cost of advertising and expenso
of sale. A J. Gl'NNELL. Secretary.
No 3? South Main Street. Salt Lake
City . Utah df15
ASSESSMENT NO. 11.
Wabash Mining company, principal place
of business, Salt Lake City, I'tah No
tice is hereb) irlver that at s meeting
of the board of directors, held on the
Jlnd da "f December, 19o4 an n.s. I-
mept of five cents (6 I per share wus
levied on tho capital stock of tho cor
j., ration. paable on or bef..ro the 15th
d.'.y of January. 1905. to W. Mpnt. Ferry.
I cretary, at room No 521 Atlas block,
v t Second South street, Salt I-ake
( lt, Utah Any stm-k upon which this
isment may remain unpaid on th
irih day of Januan 1906, will be delln
QUent and advertised for sale nt public
auction, and unless payment is made be
fore will be sold on lb-' 17th day of Feb
ruarj 1905, to pa the delinquent assess
ment together with the cost of adver
tising and exoense of sale.
w MONT FERRY, Secretary.
I. or; all. m of offb e, tlas block, Salt
I ake 1 ity I rtah dl7G0
Fogbound Ships L?nd Ptissengers.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 21. Tho Vhlt Star
liner Oceanic from New York December 14.
which has been fogbound off the SIitk.-v
hnr for three ilays ond tho Cunurd liner
Bszonls, from Boeton Deoember IS, whieh had
been feiftxiund fur two days, lunded their
pa-:...aierM this rni.mlnff.
, Th White Star Mm steamship 1 cdrlr, which
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP l
ConsuU County Clerk or ?h respective
plgriero for further Information.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT, FRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter cif thr
estate of James W. Ashman, deceased -Notice.
The petition of Marv Hannah Ashman,
admlnlstratrls Of the estate of James W.
Anhrnnn, deceased praying for an ":,1''r
of sale of r-al property of said decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear be
fore the said court to show cause WW
an order should not be granted to sell s'i
much ns shall be neces-iary. of tho 101
lowlns described real estate of said ac-
a ed. to wit ,
Beginning 1 rod wept and B rods norui
Of the S. B corner of lot 2. blocK - ,
plat F," Ball I-ake Citv survey Mlfl run
ning thenec north rod?, thence west
rods, thence BOUth 4 rods, thence ctt.
irdn to pin-:.- ot beginning, has been set
for hearing on Frldav. ttM t.i u- oi
December. A. D. 1904. at 1(1 o'clock a m
nt I he countv courthouse, In the c!,1"
room of said court. In Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake countv, Utah ...
W itness the clerk of snld court, wltn
the seal thereof affixed, this 15th day or
December A D l'Jol
is.i JOHN JAMES Clerk.
By David B Davies. Deputy Clerk.
Stephens Si Smith, Attorneys for es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah In the matter of the estate
of Marv E. Carter deceased. Notice
The petition of Maurice Groehen, pray
ing for the admission to probate of a cer
tain document purporting to be the last
will and testament of Mary E Carter de
ceased, and for the granilng of letter
testamentary to Maurice Qroshen and Wil
liam A Carter has been set for hearing
on Frldav, the Mth day of December, A
D. 1904, at 10 o'-lock a. m.. at the county
courthouse, in the courtroom of said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county.
State of rji ib
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof afilved, this 14th day of De
cember, A, D. 1904.
ISeal J JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B Davies, Deputy Clerk. dUM
W 1 1. Bramei, attorney for petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division. In and for Suit Lako coun
ty. 8tate of Utah Notice
In the matter of the estate of Chariee
Hume, deceased The petition of Eurilco
Hume, praying for the Issuance to Utah
Savings & Trust company, a corpora
tion, of letters of administration In tho
estate of Charles Hume, deceased, has
be. n set for hearing on Saturday the "th
das of January, D. i&05, at 10 o'clock
n m at the county courthouse, In the
courtroom of said court In Salt Lako
City Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of De
cember. A D., 1904
fSeal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
riv David R Davies. Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty State of I'tah In the matter of the
estate of Malachl Croke, deceased No
tice. The petition of Thomas Marnane. pray
ing for the admission to probate of a cer
tnin docu lent purporting to be thr last
will nnd testament of Malachl Croke, de
ceased, and for tho granting of letteis
testamentary to Thomus Marnane, has
been set for hearing on Saturda . tho 7th
day of January, A D.. 1905. at 10 o'clock
a. m , at the county courthouse in the
courtroom of eald court, In Salt Lake
CltJ Salt Lake county. State of Utah
Witness thi Clerk of said court with thu
cal thereof affixed, this 21st day of De
cember, A. D.. 1CM
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, Clerk
in David B Dales, Deputy Clerk
Thompson & Gibson. Attorneys for Pe
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah In the matter of the es
tate of Clara Z Doolcy. deceased No
The petition of George Jay Gibson, ex
ecutor of the estate of Clara Z. Dooley,
deceased, praying for the settlement of
final account c'. said executor nnd for th-
distribution . the residue of said estate
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hrarlng on Friday, 'h1 2th day of De
cember, A D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
the countv courthouse, in tho courtroom
Of said court, In Salt Lake City. Salt
Iake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with
thi seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
i k i ruber, A. D. 1904.
Seal JOHN JAMES Clerk
By David B Davits, Deputy Clerk
Thompson & Gibson. Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COL RT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
St'itc of Utah In the matter of the estate
of Richard Gilbert, deceased Notice
The petition of Richard M Gilbert, pray
ing for the Issuance to himself of letters
of administration, with the will annexed.
In the estate 'of Richard Gilbert, deceased,
has been set for hearing on Frldn, the
SOtfa day of December. A D. 1904, at 10
o'i lock a m , at the county courthouse. In
the courtroom of eald court In Sail ljike
City, Salt Lake counts Utah
Witness the Clerk of said court, with the
seal ttiereof affixed, Jhls 14th day of De
... ruber. A. D. 190-1.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Dnvles, Deputy Clerk.
C M Nielsen, Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun
tv, Slate of Utah In the matter of the
estate of Amanda M Pierce, deceased.
The petition of Adam Spiers executor
of the estate of Amanda M Pierce, de
ceased, praying for the settlomont of
final account of paid executor and for the
distribution of the residue of said estate
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 30(h day of De
oember, A. D 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court in Salt Lake City,
Silt Iake county. Utah
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed this liith day of
December. A D. 1904.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Ry David B Davies, Deputy Clerk
G H Backman, Attorney for Estate
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bati division. In and for Salt Lake coun
tv, State of Utah. In the matter of ahe
estate of James F. Woodman, deceased.
The petition of tho Utah Savings and
Trust . ompany. administrator, with will
annexed, of the estate of James F
W lmin. deceased, praying for the set
tb mi ut of final account of said adminis
trator, with will annexed, and for the
distribution of the residue of said estate
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Wednesday, the 4th day of
January, A. D. 1905. at 10 o'clock a m..
at the county courthouse, in the court
room of said court. In Salt Lake Cltv.
Salt Lake county Utah.
Witness the clerk of snld court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 22nd day of
December, A D ri4
Seal JOHN JAME3. Clerk.
By David B Davies, Deputy Clerk
7anc & Strlngf- llow. Attorneys for Ea
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
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of the Keith-O'Brien company will be
hrld at the office of the company rcotn
No. 100. Dald Keith building. In Salt
Lako City. Salt Lake county. Utah. in
Tuesday, January 17, 1905. ot 2 o'clock i
m . for tho election of officers and the
transaction of such other buslnees as
shall lawfully come before it
E Q KIDDER, Secretary
Salt Lako City, Utah, December 15
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IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court of tho State of Utah, in and for Su.t
Lake county In the matter of the appli
cation of the Golden Star Mining St Mill
ing company, a corporation organized
and existing under the laws of the State
of Utah, to be dissolved.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COR- i
Notice is hereby pKen that application I
has het-n made by and In behalf ..f the
board of directors of the Golden Star
Mining ft Milling compan. u corpora
tion, organized and existing under the
laws of the State of Utah, having Its
office or principal place of business at
Salt Lake City, In Salt Lake countv. State
of Utah, for an order of this court dis
solving said corporation Said applica
tion was filed on the 12th day of Decem
ber. 1901. and an order of court has
been made thereon by Honorable C v
Morse Judge of said court, d'rertlng the
eald application be fl!ed with the Clerk
and that the undersigned. Clerk of said
court, give- notice of such application by
publication for a period of thlrt-flvn c ')
days said period expiring on January
18, 19C In the Salt Lako Dally Trlb ium
a newspaper having general circulation
in eald Salt Lake county, within which
time any person may file his objections to
said application. Thi notice Is published
pursuant to said order.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES
County Clerk nnd nirk of the District
Court Salt Lake Count). Utah.
By David B Davie?, Deputy Cl"rk
Dated December 12th, 1901 dl(H8
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice is hereby given that nt a special
nn-etlng of tho stockholder of the Fish
Springs Mining company, a corporation
?S UJSh' '3 ?alKrl nd will be held at
the ofTlce of the company. Room r.iVi .tla-i
Mock. West Second South street gt
Ijike City. Utah, on Thursdav. Jnnnuv
12, 1905. at S o clock p m of thnt day
for the purpose of ratifying, adoptln
und approving tho action of the Board of
Directors of the corporallon In authoriz
ing tho aale and conveyance Of a;i t'n'..
mining and other property ot tho cor
poration, granting an option to purchase
same for $10,000, and leasing the prop
erty during the llf of tho agreement
and option A ropy ot the lease, agreu
ment and option is on file with W M
Bradley Secretary of the company nt the
office above named nnd subject to inspec
tion by any f-.tockholder.
By order of the Board of Directors
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