Newspaper Page Text
i 14 TRUTH '
H II. B WINDSOR.
V. S. ANDERSON,
Flro, Liability, Accident, Pinto Glass,
H Burglar and Steam Boiler.
H. B. WINDSOR & CO.
C2 V. 2nd So. St., Salt Lako City.
! ANNUAL STATEMENT,
i For the Year Ending December 3I(
1905, of the Conditions of the
m, GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE COM-
M 1 Tho nnmc and location of the
H company, Gorman Flro Insurance
M I Company, of Pittsburg, Pn.
M .2 -Namo of President, A. 13. Succop.
M' '3 Namo of Secretary, A. H. Eckert.
M -4 Tho amount of Its
M capital stock Is . .? 200,000.00
H G Tho amount of Its
H Capital Stock paid
H up Is 200,000.00
H G Tho amount of Its Ab-
H sets Is 808,428.24
H 7 Tho amount of Its
1 Ing Capital) Is .... G3G.4G0.45
8 Tho amount of Its in-
Hl como during the pre-
H ceding calendar
1 year G01.50G.01
H'i 9 Tho amount If Its ox-
H pendltures during
H the preceding calcn-
M dar year 543.4G3.40
H 10 Tho amount of losses
H raid during tho pro-
H ceding calendar
M year 259,027.89
1 11 Tho ntnnmit nf risks
H written during the
B year 60,874,101.00
12 The amount of risks
H in force at the end
; of tho year 72,229 8(1.00
1 State of Utah, OfTico of tho Secretary
Hi of State. ss.
H I, Charles S. Tlngoy. Secretary ol
H State of the State of Utah, do hereby
H cortlfv tliat tho nbovo mmed Insur-
H! hncc Company has filed In my office a
H. detailed statement of its condition,
H from which tho foregoing statement
H hns been prepared, and that the said
H company has In all other respects
H compiled with tho laws of tho stato
H relating to Insurance.
H In Testimony Whereof, I have hero-
H unto set my hand and affixed the
H great seal of the Stato of Utah tills
M (Seal.) .
H Gth day of November. A. D. 190G.
H Sccretnrv of Stato.
M C. S. TINGEY,
M Probate and Gunrdlnnshlp Notices.
M Consult County Clerk or respective
M t-lgnors for furthm- Information.)
fl AV. W. RAY,
M 128 ATLAS BLOCK
H In tho District Court, Probato Dl-
H vision, In nnd for Salt Lako County,
H State of Utnh.
H In tho matter of tho ostnto of Mary
M FHgearnld, deco'Sfrt. Notice. I
H The petition of Mtko Fltzgearald, '
M the administrator of tho estate of
M Mnry Fltzirenrnld deceased, praying
M for tin order of snlo of roil property
H of said decedent, and tint all persons
M Interested appear beforo tho said court
fl to chow causo why nn order should
H not bo granted to sell so much ns
H shall bo necossiry, of tho following
H described real cstato of said deceased,
H A Vs Interest In the SedaHa lodo
H mining" clilm, (unmtent"d) In the
West Mountain Mlnlnc District. Snlt
M Lako County, Utph. Also tho Monti-
H tain Boy lodo mining claim (unpitent-
H ed) in tho same district; also a 1-5
H Interest In tho Richmond lodo mining
H clnim. (unnntented) in tho same dls-
B trlct his bppn set for hearing on Sit-
M urday tho 22nd day of December, A. D.
M 1906, fit 10 o'clock n, m,, at the, county
court house, In tho court room of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed this ltth day
of December, A. D. 190G.
.1. U. ELDREDGE, .IR
By W. H. FnrilsWorth, Deputy Clerk.
W. W. Ray, Attorney for Estate.
C. M. NIELSEN,
In tho District Court, Probate Di
vision, In and for Salt Lako County,
State of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of Nils A.
WIgren, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Annie D. WIgren,
praying for the Issuanco to herself,
of letters of administration in the es
tate of Nils A. WIgren, deceased, has
been sot for hearing on Saturday, the
22nd day of December, A. D., 190G, at
10 o'clock a. m., at the county court
house, In the court room of said court,
In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake County,
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed, this Gth day of
December, A. D., 190G.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Petitioner.
C. M. NIELSEN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of James Channlng, de
ceased. Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the Law
office ofC. M. wlelsen, Constitution
Salt Lake City, Utah, on or before the
10th day of April, A. D. 1907.
Administratrix of Estato of James
Date of first publication December
8. A. D. 190G.
C. M. NIELSON, Attorney for Estate
WlLLEY, WILLEY, & DALE,
In the district Court, Probato Di
vision, in and for Salt Lako County
Stato of Utah.
In the matter of tho estate of Ne
phi Howcroft, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Allca Howcroft
praying for tho Issuanco to herself
of Letters of Administration In the
Estato of Nephi Howcroft, deceased
Ins been set for hearing on Saturday
the 22nd day of December, A. D. 190G
I at 10 o'clock, a. m , at tho count
I court house, In the Court Room o'
said ccurt. In. Salt Lake City, Sab
Lako County Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said Court
with tho seal thereof affixed this Gth
day of December, A. D., 190G.
(Seal) J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. II. FARNSWORTH, .
Wllley, Willey & Dole,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
MOYLE & VAN COTT.
DESERET BANK BUILDING.
; In the Plstrlct Court Of tho Third
Judicial District of the State of Utah,
County of Salt Lako.
Emnmllne II. Chrlstensen, plaintiff,
vs. James Chrlstensen, defendant.
The Stato of Utah, to the said- De
fendant: You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you, If served
within the county In Which this ac
tion Is brought, otherwise, within thir
ty days after service, and defend the
above entitled action; and in case of
you failure so to do, judgment will be
rendered against you according to the
demand of tho complaint, of which a
copy Is herewith served upon you.
MOYLE & VAN COTT,
P. O. Address, 7 Deseret Nat'l Bank
Building, Salt Lake City, Utah.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LIENS.
YOUNG & MOYLE,
DESERET BANK BUILDING.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned plaintiff has brought
suit in the District Court of Salt Lake
County, Utah, to foreclose a mechan
ic's Hen claimed by him, against the
property hereinafter described, and
all persons holding or claiming Hens
under 0'iap. 1, Title 39, Revised Stat
utes of Utah, 1S98, against said prop
erty, are hereby notified to bo and ap
pear before said court on the 14th day
of January, 1907, and to exhibit then
and there, tho proof of their said
Hens, otherwise said claim shall be
Said property Is described as fol
lows: Commending at a point seven and
"ne-balf rods south from the northeist
corner of Lot 4, Block 90, Plat "D,"
Salt Lako City Survey, Salt Lake City
Utah, thence south 2 rods, thence
west 5 rods, thence north 2 1-2 rods,
thence east 5 rods to beginning.
JOHN W. TOBIN, Plaintiff.
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for
D. H. WENGER,
In tho District Court of tho Third
'udlcial District of tho Stato of Utah,
county of Salt Lake.
Grnco S. Rllry, plalntllf, vs. Arthur
t,. Riley, defendant. Summons.
Hie State of Utah, to the said Defend
ant: You uro hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after tho ber
vico rf tills summons upon you, if
icrved within the County In which this
icton Is brought, otherwise, within
hirty days after service, and defend
the above entitled action; and in case
of your failure so to do, judgement will
'o rendered agaiiibt you according to
tho demand of the complaint, which
within ten days after service of this
summons upon you, will be filed with
the Clerk of said court.
D. A. WENGER,
P. O. Address G9 Commercial Block,
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Tho king of England hns In Asia
more than .100,000,000 subjects; In
America 7,500,000; In Africa, about
43,000,000; In Australia, over 5,000,000,
and In Europe over 42,000,000. Classi
fying them broadly by religion, there
iro 208,000,000 Hindus, 94,000,000 Mo
lammedans, 58,000,000 Christians, 12,
100,000 Buddhists and 23,000,000 of va
.long pagan or non-Christian religions.
Risk of the Early Customer.
At a Bath (Eng.) inquest, it was
stated that there were, signs of lead
poisoning In the system of a man who
had been a heavy drinker. The doc
tor explained that It was probably I
duo to his having been an early
morning customer rtt public houses, as
a consequence of which ho would bo , '
served with tho beer Which had stood
In lead pipes all night.
Arabians when they meet a friend
fchake hands six or eight limes. Onco
is not enough. Should, however, they
be persons of distinction, they em
braco and kiss one another several
times, nnd also kiss their own hands.
In Turkey tho greeting is to place tho
hand upon tho breast and bow, which
Is both graceful and appropriate.
Monday Morning', Dccem
10th, and continuing-during1
the week. This Silk con
sists of Mill end lengths,
ranging- from five yards to
forty yards long. Regularly
sold from 85c to 150 per
yard, during this sale
I 55c PER YARD I
Colored Taffeta Silks in all colors,
changeable silks and two toned ef
fects. Included in this sate is a
line of Satin Foulard, dainty fig
ures, stripes, small pjka dots and
at per yard 30C
Your Chance to Obtain
Silks for Christmas
Presents below cost
Z. C. M. 1.
EASTERN RAILWAY EXCURSIONS
COLORADO MIDLAND RAILWAY.
On November 20, and December
18, Ono faro plus two dollars from
Utah points to Chicago, Minneapolis,
Kansas City, Omaha, Denver and in
termediate points. Limit GO days.
Stop-overs. For further Information
write, L. H. HARDING, Gen. Agt.,
Salt Lake City.
Write for our Tree booklet
DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION "th
REAL AND PERSQNAL PROPERTY.
SECURITY & TRUST COMPANY,
Salt Lake City.