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fr Secret Societies
Loyal Americans.
OslOi It Lake assembly No, T20, Loral Amcr
."a s. met In regular session Friday, J-in-lflil
iloth. with President Miller In the
$4 r. Four candidates v.vrc duly im-
al ard 011C application was received.
Si inpcincnta wero completed tor tnc
:e and card party to be held In our
5l fLandrum's, January 22nd, to which
yft friends aro cordially Invited.
iJ 4 Women of Woodcraft,
a oodbtne clrclo No. -11 held its installa
:of officers on last Tuesday evening,
3!00, jarv 12th, with Utah camp o.
ifuew officers of Woodbine, being ar
ts kl In their new regalia, looked very
Jafl1. f Indeed; also the guards, with their
Ti1 fstaffs. No. CIS guards did lino work
9 sr the leadership of Capt. Simon.. The
IjJtfi rramme waa very nice; also the rc-".-.1
foments, , , ,
Slyer Maple- clrclo No. 10S met In usual
gj? i on Friday evening, January ICth.
!S ro were sA-eral visiting neighbors
3 i 41 and. fcc-D. The clrclo acted upon
j a-al nrllcatlons. thcro being no Inl
ow. So a general good time was had.
"Hi r&f the visiting neighbors carried away
!o prize nt the weekly rafile. Tliere will
L 7 -fjolnt public Installation of ofllcer bc
T.l n Silver Maple No. 103 and Salt Lake
8K?: 653 January 22nd. after which thcro
S the a musical and literary programme.
3, iwthornc clrclo No. 261. Women of
J? dcraf t, Installed the following offl
J Vat tho regular meeting Tuesday eveii
SS rl Mrs. Laura Jensen, past guardian
LUlhbor. Mrs. Marie Wall, guardian
Hflibor: Mrs Annie C. Wall, advisor;
1tUl. T. Winters, clerk; Mrs. Josephine
Ifffton, banker. Mrs. M. D. C. Isellson,
Mtdant; Mrs. Yllatc Aldrlch. Inner sen
Vf; Mrs. Mary Ercckson, outer sentinel;
Jilt ! ' M. Crane, captain of guard; Mrs.
V i Hampshire, musician; Mrs. Jemima
S ten, magician. Mrs. Annie B. Andcr
jtt.'i "manager. After the Installation the
served a nice lunch to the lodge
ibers and their husbands Neighbor
t of Salt Lake was a visitor
Jt, Lake circle No. KO met in their new
ters. Knights of Columbus hall, last
9 ncsday evening. There was a large
i idanco of members. Visitors were
jf Ent from Silver Maple and Woodblno
es. The guards from Sliver Aiapie
a le, Capt. Creamer commanding, put
'3 ho floor work during the Initiation of
l"Mi candidates. Two applications for
' ibcrshlp and five by transfer cards
m itacted on. The officers-elect for' the
M ling term will bo installed with the
Mfors of Silver Maple clrclo at their hall
,'5 lIFrlday evening.
liJtl ;
J J w. H. c.
iijli.c regular meeting of the Gcorgo R.
M well W. R C. will take place Wodnes-
at 2.C0 o'clock. All members aro re
iST.itcd to bo present with badges,
1 ic Installation of James B McKcan
i.J.nnd relief corps was held In their
S lhall In tho Jc-nnlngs block Tuesday
'jjilng. The officers of tho corps arc:
fluent. Jennie L. Jones; S. V-. Sophie
J"fhorst; J V., Anna Cooper; chaplain,
qHct Heath, secretary. Mrs. Dcane.
surer. Nan Short; conductor, Mary B.
tence; assistant conductor. Christie
tins; guard, Christie Cook; musician,
le Goodwin, assistant conductor, Hat
Cornfortb. patriotic instructor, Mrs.
t. Brown; press correspondent. Agnes
ease. After Installation a social hour
licnjoyed by those present,
i - Royal Arcanum.
It Lako council No. 1517 met Thurs-
evening in regular session and with
rgo attendance. Installation of ofll-
for the onr.ulng year waa the prlncl
buslness of tho evening. Deputy Su
:e Urgent A. F. Brewer ofliclated in
usual happy style, and Installed the
wing newly elected officers: Regent,
. Joplin. V R.. A. W. Griggs;
ctor. W. S Anderson, treasurer, C.
Imercr; chaplain, P. L. Becmcr; giddc,
tBrooks: warden, W. C. Coulson;
ry, 11. C Fatten; trustee, Mr. Hunt.
'l Installation tcremonles were followed
If-smokcr and a general good-time mect-
f J Knights of Pythias.
J ith an attendance which ifdlcd every
Iin xne jnrge casiie nan, Aivriic
No, 1. Knlsatr. of Pythias, conferred
nk of knight upon nl'ie esquires last
iy evening. Tho new paraphernalia
was recently purchased at a cost
rly 5100, wns used for the first tine,
.ork was moat eredltablv done by
nn of that lodgo composed of twenty
leading members, and members and
a aliltc were deeply Impressed with
:lc lodge Is enjoying a season cf un
entcd prosperity and has enough
ory work lo keep the team busy
iveral weeks. Every meeting la
A with largo attendance. Tuesday
g. January 25th, a banquet will bo
ed to newly made members ar.d
ctivc candidates by the entire mc:n
P of the lodge,
oln lodge No. 23. Knights of Py
lield their regular weekly session
ay evening, and the ncwly-in-orHcers
had an opportunity to
thpfr ability to several visiting
xs, as well as the members. F. C.
lln was proven In the rank of
, and committees were appointed on
V new applications. Lincoln lodge
stltuted February 19, 1003, and Is al
hc baby lodge of this grand domain,
is forging to the front in an amaz
) .manner, with nono but the best of
f erlal. All visiting knlght3 aro cor
y Iy InvltoJ to attend.
i Order of Washington.
c Order of Washington held its regu
lj .meeting last Wednesday evening, at
j eh meeting all unfinished business was
lj; tn up. The report of the retiring nec
jjj r Mr. Waltz, was read and approved.
;4 ('committers on entertainments then
5J IS; their reports, Mrs. Lewis said that
jjj rylhlng- was progressing nicely in tho
vy lot a musical progi-amme for the night
- ho 20th. on which night about llftv ap
j ints will bo initiated. Tho chairman
!i he committee for the Order of Wash
li on ball to be given on tho night of
Yi 27th, gave his report, and said that
is rylhlng was, in readiness for that even
J ; Invitations are out. everything looks
I jrablo. and it promises to bo tho event
(J the season A. G. Mahan verv elo
! presented the retiring secretary.
'1 K Vallz' wl,h n vcl'y bandsome charm
Sittz lu like mannW. " """KU wy "ur-
I ,4 B. of A. Y.
I LCfhBt of A , Y- .a3 ,mado Sl,ch rapid
?j, "Cth in membership since its organlza
ji (sonio two weeks ago In this eltv tint
rand ball is decided to bo given "at tho
ghts of Columbus hall, Jennings block
he evening of January 2oth,
I. O. O. F.
J'sllc lodge No. 22 held lis (regular
!tng Inst Monday owning. Quite a
:e number of brolhers- wero present on
Junt of installation of officers for the
14 D' G M installed No. :-, new
urj T.llos, Instpslod were Rro. "w f
larsd, N. G , Uro Smith.' V. G, ; Bro
lsnerger. secretary, jJio. v X'
pWn, rustce Tonlgh; the !(isc wj
Vaa llnJZCfStl? -! Join
"lK 8t.Rff of Nos- 3 a"(1 " wl! have
llJ,:?..-!0 nr,1 dCRi'cc. All Odd Fellows
Itt" niS0 ZhZ n-cting iP i the top
(K ptCAr Buchcr naj!itiS by Grand
ln ' A" Slmplcin Jrand Warden
'Hrf Gr"r"1 Treasurer Stewart. Grand
"R r110"' Ie!!,um and Glosv, nnd
IF Si?i1astfr,Brecso' instituted a
P'nnte lodcro at Tremont lait
Vkt ?B?a of'-i oble,erand and
Ifthn &?S Corlnne ougo No. ! helped
fi nMSfcrrlBB.0.f lho degrees. Tho
rKnt No. "W K0 lnstllutcd will be
fie Klmtor rcnortfi(1 tlmt the new
JKcWti9 oft wllh excellent prospects.
rrt III .membera consisted of twolvo
m3r$J?,n$AtTelva b Initiation. Brothor
3Bfng spirit In gottlng tho lodgo Jnstl-
tuted, The brothers had a fine time
around the banquet board after the de
gree work waa through, and tho visiting
brothers coiiHldcrcd their tlmo and money
wen spent In Journeying up to Tremont.
The Salt Lako brothers, and In fact all the
brothers of the Jurisdiction, .wish them a
hundredfold growth for the new year.
Miriam lodge No. 5 held Its regular
meeting last Saturday evening. This was
the first meeting the new officers pre
sided over and they did very well. There
was the uaual largo attendance present,
and considerable business was attended
to Tho degree captain formed his new
staff and had quite a long drill. The staff
will have one or two more drills beforo
they put the work on the floor. A number
of tho sisters were reported on the sick
list; also some visiting Rebckahs were
reported sick. On Saturday evening, Jan
uary SOth, instead of u regular meeting
the lodge will give a card social, to which
everybody Is Invited. Tho noble grand
appointed a committee to make arrange
ments to celebrate tho anniversary of
Miriam lodge, which will take place in
February. The exact date will bo an
nounced later.
Ladies of tho G. A. R.
The following officers were Installed In
Reynolds circle, Ladles of the Grand
Army, for the ensuing year: President,
Mrs. Sarah R. Canning; senior vice-president,
Mrs Sarah Jenkins. Junior vice
president; Mrs. Ellas Price; chaplain, Mrs.
Mary J. Hoge; secretary, Mrs. Florenco
Clark; treasurer. Miss Katie Canning;
conductor, Mrs. E. B. Burns; guard, Mrs.
Simpson; assistant conductor, Mrs. Mc
Namara. After Installation light refresh
ments were served and all enjoyed a very
i'leasaju afternoon.
Ladies of the Maccabees.
Banner hive No ll held a verv large
and pleasant meeting Tuesday. January
5th. After review the Installation of of
ficers was held, followed by a banquet,
lho ladles presented the lady commander
(who was installed for. the fifth term)
tV 1 1 h n l.nlf .1 1C.1 I1 .-nnnn.a
...... ,b ,,.in-viv..vil auilU I1Y1 U'tisiiw'""
and cream ladle. Tuesday, January 10th,
will be the regular meeting of the hive,
and every member is expected to be pres
ent. Salt Lake City hive No. i will hold reg
W.S rcvlcw Tuesday evening. January
ISlh. when all visitors will be welcome.
The ladles of hive No. 4 gave a successful
masquerade ball at Russell hall Thursday
evening, January 11th. with two hundred
couples present. For the best ladles' cos
tume the honors fell to Miss Zelma Cast,
the prize fan donated by the Lace House
company. The second ladles prize waa
carried away by a young lady taking the
part of Topsy. who won an Ink stand do
nated by the Paris Millinery company.
Sir Knight Sam Taylor took the gentle
men's first prize, a silk unbrclla donated
by F. Auerbach & Bro., and Sir Knight
Frank Waldon look the second prize, do
nated by M. II. Desky. nnd everybody had
a good time and wished Salt Lake City
hive No. 4 success.
On Thursday night SalL Lake tent No 2
held a very enthusiastic review. The
Joint committee Is making arrangements
for the entertainment of Supreme Com
mander D. P. Markcy, who will visit Salt
Lako about April 1st, There will be a
Stato class initiation at that time and the
Maccabees expect to add between 500 nnd
10C0 members to the order
Foresters of America.
Wednesday eTenlng Court Wasatch No
2, Foresters of America, held Installation
of officers, and. Judging from tho man
ner In which the court commenced the
new term, It would not be surprising to
sec it eclipse nil previous records. Tho
report of the auditing committee brought
out the surprising fact that the financial
condition of Court Wasatch was never bet
ter. "Under lho order of business "good
and welfare," every brother pledged his
loyal support for the co.uing year, and
promised to make It a record-breaker.
Grand Chief Ranger Earl R. GoUcr In
stalled the following officers: A. J Far
ber. P. C. R.; L. B. Ramsey. C. R. ; E.
Vcnables, S. C. R : S. C. McBelh, S. W..
C. B. Boanllng. J. W.: W. H. Colo. S. n
C. Larson. J, B.; A. E. Close, secretary.
P, A. Garner, treasurer; J. McBcth, S.;
court physician, H. B. Forbes.
Court Salt Lako No. 1, F. O. A., gave
Us opening social of the new year Friday
evening. A large membership" turned out.
including members of tho grand court of
the jurisdiction of Utah, and members
from Court Wasatch No. 2 of Ogden.
Bro. E. II. Graham, lecturer, after wel
coming the visiting brothers, read a pa
per on tho upbuilding of the order, which
was well received. Grand Chief Ranger
E. R. Gelgcr, Grand Secretary T. C. Mor
ris and Grand Treasurer R. IC Adams, all
of Ogden, spoke very encouragingly on tho
growth of the order. In conclusion fhe
guests repaired to the banquet-room,
whore toasts and a general good time was
Indulged in.
Itoyal Highlanders.
Utah castlo No. 33S. Royal Highlanders
held their regular session on last Monday
evening and Installed the newlv-clected
officers for tho ensuing term-. Clansman
A. S. Foster, past Illustrious protector
Illustrious protector. Clansman S. J. Rob
inson; chief counsellor. Falrladv Miss Liz
zie McPhcrson;'worthy evangel Clansman
J. F. Deuchler; guide Fairlady Duncan
secretary. Clansman E. Randall; treas
urer, Fairlady Mrs. Oaklcv; "hlcf of
Archers. Fairlady Mrs. C L. Randall
chief of spcarsmen. Clansman C. W M
.Silver, warder. Clansman W. .T. Johnson :
herald, Clansman A. T. McPhorson,
senary. Clansman G. W. Nichols; mana
gers, Fairlady Mrs. Duncan, Clansman A
T. McPhorson and Clansman G. M. Fra
sler, the last named being the Stato dep
uty. Fred C Chaplain was duly Initiated
and became a Royal Highlander. Our
most worthy committee expect to have
the officers and membcrH dressed in their
new Scotch kilts at an early date.
Tho beneficial members have all kept
up their dues and assessments for the
past term and not one member has been
expelled or suspended for the past year,
a record which can bo shown by but few
beneficial secret societies Visiting clans
men and fairladles always welcomo at
the meetings In the Auerbach hall, on the
second and fourth Mondny3 of the month.
Daughters of Pocahontas.
Waneta council No. 1, D. of P.. held
their tepee at Odd Fellows' hall. Market
street, on Saturday evening. A full repre
sentation was present. The entertain
ment committees were appointed to make
arrangements for a card party In the near
future. A past deputy Incahonee being
present, his remarks for the good of the
order were greatly appreciated, also tho
recitation by a past sachem wan thor
oughly enjoyed, the absent members miss
ing quite a treat.
Fraternal Union of America.
The card social given last Monday even
Ing bv Evergreen lodge 151 was a pro
nounced success, both socially and finan
cially. The committee deserves great
credit for the manner In which they at
tended to the comfort of the lmmenab
The meeting this evening promises, to bo
a very sensational affair, as the formal
charge Irf to be presented against the sec
retary for alleged misconduct against tho
opposing candidate for tho honors of the
office of secretary at the recent election
of lodge officers. A full attendanco is
urgently requested.
Woodmen of the World.
Salt Lako canjp 63 had a largo attend
ance of members last Tuesday ovenlng.
Tho committee on entertainment decided
to change the date of their Boclal to
Tuesday e-cnlng, January' SOth. when the
members and their wives and friends will
bo entertained. Tho commltlco Is ar
ranging a fino programme, which will bo
announced in next Sunday'3 paper.
The Degree Teams' association has ar
ranged for an excursion to Ogden on
Wednesday night, the 27th insL Tha team
of camp 2Z3, CapL Henry Simon com.
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Frocks or plain material with trimming or plaid are always effective and
just now arc In the very height of style. This one combines blue serge with
a plaid showing mucn brll'iant red and is exceedingly handsome, but fancy
braid can be substituted vri-never preferred. The dress Is made with a
blouse and skirt which an joined beneath the belt. The blouse is made over
a fitted foundation whh closes at the center front., The skirt is cut with a
full length front gore nu Circular portions that are lengthened by a circular
flounce, and is laid in ."ks at the front which provide additional fullness and
flare. ' The quantity of material required lor a girl of 10 years of age Is
7 yards 27, 3't yards -14 or 3 yards CO inches wide, with yards of bias silk
to trim as illustrated. A May Manton pattern, No. 1342, sizes S to 14 years,
will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of The Tribune
on receipt of ten cents. Usa this coupon In ordering.
( Send to .'
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; As orders arc filled from the East, It will require about 10 days from receipt
) of order to rccelvo patterns.
manding. is going lo give an exhibition
drill at Dlgnan's hall at the ball given by
camp 74's degree team. The association
will go in full uniform.
Springville Secret Societies.
Springville. Jan. 17. Springville tent No.
. K. O. T. M., gave a public Installation
of officers In their lodgo hall last even
ing Tho offlcera were ln?tallcd by Past
Commander Kelly and were as follows
Commander, J. P. Anderson; tent com
mander, Levi Thorpe; record keeper, El
liot N. Jordan, finance keeper, T. R. Kel
ly; chaplain, James R. Dowdell, sergeant.
Georgo Robertson, master-at-arms, T. S.
Waters; first master of guards, T. E
Deainond; second master of guards, II
13. Wentz: sentinel, Ed Rowland; trustee,
Dr F. Dun.
Tho following programme was ren
dered to fill out the evening: song by
Ilungcrford quartette, song by Miss Stev
enson, speech by W. W Walton of But
ler tent No. 44. Butler. Pa., song by Miss
Mary Whlttakcr, speech on Maccabeeism
by D. C. Johnson, comic reading by J. B.
Stevenson, speech. "The Lady Macca
bees," by T. R. Kelly, an original Mac
cabco song, composed and sung by Esther
Blanchard of Springville; recitation by E.
N. Jordan, speech on the Lady Maccabees
by Mrs. Edna Ifoutz.
Sprlngvillo lodgo No. U, I. O. O. F.,
installed officers In their regular meet
ing Friday evening. Past Grand George
Stoney of Provo lodge No. 11 acted as
deputy grand master and was assisted In
the work by a number of other post grands
of Provo lodge. After the close of the
lodge refreshments were served. The offi
cers Installed were: N, G.. T R. Kelly;
V. G., William A. Warthcr; secretary,
Nelson Rockwell; treasurer. A. O. Pack
ard; R. S. to N. G.. A. G. Johnson; L. S.
to N. G., E. N. Jordan, warden, T A.
Phillips, conductor, G. W. Furl; Inside
warden, II. M. Dougall, Jr. The appointive
offices wero not filled. The Initiatory de
greo waa conferred upon one candidate
and the third degree on ono candidate.
The local hive of the Lady Maccabees
held Its Installation of officers this week
and installed the following officers: Past
lary commander, Mrs. Lola Mencray;
Lady commander, Mrs. Lldla M. Johnson;
lady llouteant commander. Mrs. M. L
Rockwell; lady record keeper, MIfs Lora
Hall, lady treasurer. Mrs Clara E. Hall;
lady chaplain. Mrs Luretla Kcarns;
lady sergeant. Mrs. Preal Watson; lady
sentinel, Miss Maud Fuller; lady picket.
Mrs. Sady Packard; lady camptaln of
guards, Mrs. Edna Iloutz.
A number of ladles of Springville hive
attended a social given by their Provo
sisters Thursday evening.
Tho local lodge of the Modern Wood
men of America held their Installation of
officers at their meeting Monday night
and installed the following officers: Ven
erable commander, Ezra Oakley; clerk
Nelson Rockwell; banker, H G Wood'
worthy advisor, Joe Warther; physician'
Dr. F. Dunn; escort, Samuel Dailln'
watchman, James S. Houtz; chief fores
ter, A. A. Brown; sentry, Ed Furl.
Mrs. Hines of 2CG D street will enter
tain the ladles of the J. B. McKean
W. R. C. on Thursday afternoon, Janu
ary 21st.
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The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Venus Gold Mining co-npany will bo
held at the offlco of tho company, Room nS
ISagle block, at tho southeast corner of
Second South and AVcst Temple streets In
Salt Lako City. Utah, on Monday, the Vth
day of February. 1S01, at A o'clock n m
for the purpose of electing directors of the
said company for tho ensuing vear, and for
the transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the mcotinV
Salt Lake City, Utah. January ic, lOo
Third Judicial district of the State of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Charles M
Freed, plaintiff, vs. Samuel M, McDoul
gal, w. B. Ilartwcll, J B. Bonner and E
T. Wilkinson, defendants. Summons
Tho Stato of Utah to the said defend
ants. You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you, If served within
tho county In which this action Is brought
otherwise, within thirty days after ser
vice, and defond tho above-entitled ac
tion and in case of your failure so to do
Judgment will be rendered against you nc
cr.rdlns to tho demand of the complaint
which, within ten days after bcr Ice of
this summons upon you. will bo lllcd with
tho clerk of said court.
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Under authority of an order of salo
granted by the Third District court. Pro
bate division. Salt Lake county, Utah,
dated January 15, 10OI. I will sell at pri
vate salo tho following described real es
tate, to wit: Beginning at a point in a line
of fence about 7 chains 0 links south and
25 links east, from the northeast of tho
northwest ',i of section in, township 2
south of range 1 west. Salt Lake meridian;
running thence south 5 degrees -13 -nlnutea
west 9 chains 1 links to tho north line of a
narrow road; thence west along north lino
of said road 1 chain SO links; thence north
9 chains; thence cast 2 -chains C5 links to
a point of beginning, and being 1-3 Interest
In and to tho above described real estate,
together with water right, to be sold' to
the highest bidder for cash, and subloct to
confirmation by said courL The said salo
will bo made at the office of C. M. Nielsen,
attorney-al-law, rooms 203 and 2C0. Con
stitution building. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
the SOth day of January, 1901. Bids will bo
received on said last-named date and placo
between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and
1 o'clock p. m. Bids must be In writing.
Dated January 15, 1901.
Administrator of tho Estate of Emma
Johnson, Deceased.
C. M. Nielsen, Attorney for Estate.
Notice Is hereby given that there will
bo a meeting of the members of tho First
Presbyterian church of Salt Lake City.
In tho parlors of said church, on tho cor
ner of Second South and Second East
streets. In Salt Lako City, Utah, on
Wednesday evening, January 20th, 1904,
at 8 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of re
Incorporating said church, and choosing
offlccis of such reincorporation, and
transacting such other business In con
nection with said reincorporation as may
come before said meeting.
By order of the session.
President and Pastor.
Henry G. McMillan, Secretary.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Jnnuary 4, 1901.
. r2S3
stockholders of the Pcmbroko Stationery
company will bo hcH at Its office, In Salt
Lake, on the 19th day of January. 1901, at
S p. m., to vote upon amendments to the
articles of Incorporation to Increase tho
capital stock of said corporation, and In
creasing tho number of directors.
St. Louls-Vassar Mining and Milling
company, a corporation organlzod under
the laws of the Stato of Utah. Location
of principal place of business, Salt Lake
City, Ctah.
Notice is horcby given that at a meotlng
of the board of directors of said corpora
tion, held on the thirty-first (31st) day of
December, 1903, an assessment of two ()
cents per sharo was levied upon tho capi
ta stock of the corporation, payablo Im
mediately lo W. E. Lake, secretary, at the
banking house of Walker Bros., bankers.
Salt Lako City, Utah, and that anv stock
upon which this assessment remains un
paid on the first Ust) day of February
1501. will bo delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, pml unless paymont
is made beforo, will bo sold on tho eight
eenth (ISth) day of February, 1901, to pay
the delinquent assessment, together with
cost o; advertising and expense of sale.
Tho said assessment Is levied by order
of the stockholders holding and represent
ing moro than two-thirds of the capital
Gtock. "W. E. LAKE, Secretary.
on Monday, the 8th day of February, 1901,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho ofllce of tho
Venus Gold Mining company, at Jtoom 28.
Eagle block, routheost comer of Second
South and Weflt Temple streets. Salt Lako
City. Utah, a special meeting of the atock
holders of lho salt! company will bo held
for tho purpose of considering the follow
ing amendments to the articles of Incor
poration, to wit:
Artlclo IX. an ended to read as follows:
By striking out the word "seven" in tho
first lino of said article and inserting in
lieu thereof tho word "live." so as to
mako the tirst aontonco of said Article IX
to read as follows.
"Tho officers of this corporation shall
consist of a board of five (G) directors, a
president, a vlco-presldcnt, a secretary,
and a treasurer
Article X. amondod to road as fo-Iowa
"It shall require at least three (3) direc
tors to constitute a quorum of tho board
of directors authorized to transact tho
business nnd exorclso the corporate pow
ers of this corporation."
This stockholders' meeting Is called by
tho president and eecretary of tho said
Venus Gold Mining company, this nth day
of January, 1901. C. L. ELDRED.
First publication in Salt Lako Dally
Tribune, Jonuorv: 113. 1904.
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Consult County Clerk or the respectlT
clcners for further Information.
bato division, in and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. In the matter of tho estate
of Hyrum Cluff Chrlstcnson, deceased.
The petition of Alvlda Chrlstenson, ad
ministratrix of tho estate of Hyrum Cluff
Chrlstenson, deceased, praying for the
Hottlomcnt of final account of said ad
ministratrix and for the distribution of
the residuo of said real estate to tho per
sons entitled, has been set for hearing on
Friday, the 19th day of February, A. D.
1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse, In the courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
ty. Utah.
"Wltnes the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 15th day of Janu
ary. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
I Seal. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estato of James Johontou. deceased. No
tice. Tlje petition of Blanca J. Johnston,
praying ror tho Issuance to herself of let
ters of administration In tho estate of
James Johnston, deceased, has been set
for hearing on Saturday, the lGth day of
January, A, D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse. In the courtroom
of said court, in Salt L;ike City, Salt Lake
county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of
January, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
rSeal. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Thomas Adams, Attorney for Petitioner.
Estate of James Johnston, deceased.
Creditors will present claims, with
vouchers, to tho undersigned at tho office
of Thomas Adams, Esq,, 720 McCornlck
block, corner of Main and First South
streets, Salt Lake City and county, Utah,
on or before the 2lth day of May. A. D.
Administratrix of the Estato of James
Johnston. Deceased.
Date of first publication, January' IS, A.
D. 1901.
Thomas Adams, Attorney for Estate.
, rll21
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of Georgo A.
Lowe, deceased. Notice.
The petition of' Anna M. Lowe, the ex
ecutrix of the estate of Gcorgo A. Lovj
deceased, for confirmation of the sale of
the foilorrlr.g t1o'Tlbcd real and personal
property of said decedent, to v.'lt: An.
undivided -"Ji Interest In the "Toledo," tho
"Tlkura." the "TlKura No. 1," and tho
"Pilot Knob" lode mining claims, and
an undivided 2-3 Interest in the "Vene
zuela," tho "Veiezucla No. 2." and "I.lon"
lode mining claims, In Duck Creek min
ing district, Nevada, and 75,000 shares of
stock In the "Mldvnle Mining Co., a cor
poration, for the sum of JG00.00. and upon
the following terms, to wit: Cash upon
confirmation, as appears from the return
of pale, filed In this court and also tho pe
tition of said executrix for authority to
transfer certain property held IA trust by
said deceased, has been set for hearing
on Frldav. the 22nd day of January, A. D.
1901- nt ten o'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said
court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
ty. Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the sil thereof afllxe. this 9lh day of
January. A. D. 1E0I. JOHN JAMES.
fScal) Clerk.
Bv J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
Geo L. Nvc. Attorney for Petitioner.
batc division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In tho matter of tho estato
of Charles Thlrklll. deceased, Notice.
The petition of the Utah Savings and
Trust company, administrator of the es
tate of Charles Thlrklll. deceased, pray
ing for the settlement of final account of
said administrator and for the distribu
tion of the reslduo of said estate to the
persons entitled, has been set for hearing
on Frldav. the 29th day of January, A. D.
190-1, at 10 o'clock a. m at the county
courthouse, in the courtroom of said court,
in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 15th day of Janu
ary A. D. 1201. JOHN JAMES.
Seal. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Pctl
balc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
tv Stte of Utah.
In tho matter of the estate of William
w Take, d?ceased. Notice.
n'ho oetltlon of Alary Ann Tuke, pray
inc for the Issuance to herself of letters
of administration In tho estate of William
W Tuke, deceased, has been set for
hearing on Frldny, tho 22r.d day of Jan
uary A. D. 1901, at ten o'clock a. m
at lho county courthouse, in tho court
ioom of said court, in Salt Lake City, Sal'.
Lako county, Utah-
Wilness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of
January. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
fSeal) Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
"Wiley L. Brown, Attorney for Peti
tioner. r710
Stato Engineer' Office, Salt Lako City,
Utah, Dec. 19. 1903,
Notice Is hereby gl-cn that tho Conti
nental Mines nnd Smelting corporation,
bv Henry M. Crowthcr, Its man
ager, whoso postofflco address la
Salt Lako City, Utah, has made
application in accordance with the re
quirements of chapter 103 of the Session
Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriate ono (1)
second foot of tho water of Llttlo Cotton
wood creek, situated In Salt Lake county,
Utah, to be diverted by means of an In
take box and plpo at a point Immediately
above tho Junction of tho north fork of
said Llttlo Cottonwood creek, from which
pluce tho water will bo conducted in a
pipe for a distance of about 2500 feet, and
thcro to be used from January 1st to De
cember 31st, Inclusive, of each year for
rcneral domestic purposes, including tho
extinguishment of fires, at the ContJ-nental-Alta
mine, idtuated abovo tho town
of Alta, in Llttlo Cottonwood mining dis
trict. It Is Intended that only tho lessor
part of said water will bo consumed, and
that tho greater part of It will bo roturncd
to tho natural channel of tmld Llttlo Cot
tonwood creek at a point whero said north
fork conncctn with tho main stream.
All protests against tho granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must bo nado in writing and filed in this
offlco after thirty (30) days and beforo
sixty (CO) dayo from tho dato hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS, Stato Engineer.
First publication, Dec. 19th: lost, Jan. 19.
plOT J
NOTICES. .,'4 J;
d!iT8U, Co"nt: Crk. or the respecUvJH
signers for further information. IH
tv S'.ovA" an4 f.r, Salt Coun
ob-,Tialc,i.utan--Tn tho mntter-of thriH
Notice DousnI Adamsonv dcceaBed.-B
rP0.111'0" of Pcter Adams'onr praylnJH
tlss,uanc t0 mmsclf of letters oH
admjnistral0n In tho estato of DougnH
Aunmeon. deceased, hog been sct-for henr-H
a ff ,Fi.ldfiy- lh0 291,1 dy of JanuaryJB
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a -m.. ,at tMH
county courthouse, in the- courtroom olM
nn dn,C0U& Ln Salt Lake City. Salt LakH
county, Utah. IH
Witness the cleric of oald court with thl
uory 19ol.XCd' mh day JanH
t?? ' ' JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy- Clerk.
S. W. Darke. Attorney. r9?HH
c9urt. in and for Salt Lako county. StatH
of Utah. Department No. 1.
t InT-th? natter of tho estato of MaHH
L. Dash. decca32d Notice.
The petition of Georgo Dash praying foH
the admission to probate ot a certain docH
unient, purporting to bo a transcript oH
the lost will and testament of .Mary iJH
uash, deceased, and for tho granting oH
Jotters testamentary to himself, has becJH
net for hearing on Friday, the 22nd dajH
of January, A. D. 1904. at ten o'clock njH
at tho county courthouse. In thjH
courtroom of said court. In Salt LakH
CLU', Salt Lake county, Utah.
witness, the clerk of said court. witH
tbo seal thereof affixed, this 7th day
Ja"10', A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
Seal) Clerk. IH
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerks
Rogers & Strcot and J. J Guhecn, AtH
torneys for Petitioner. IH
court, in nnd for Salt Lake county, BtatH
of Utah. Department No. 1. JH
in lho matter of tho estato of Clara
mu1"' deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of George Jay GibsoH
praying for tho admission to probate dH
certain document, purporting to be thH
ast win nn,i testament of Clara V.. DocjH
ey. deceased, and for the granting rH
icttcra testamentary to George Jay Glbl
fn asJeen set for hearing pri FrjH
day, the 22nd day of January, A. D. 190H
at ten o clock a. m., at tho county courl
gouse. in the courtroom of said court,
H,.1,3110 cu". Salt Lake county, UtalH
.Witness the clerk of said court, wltH
tho seal thereof affixed, this 7th day dH
January, a, D. 1901. JOHN JAMES, lM
1) ClcrkJH
David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
, Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for PdH
bate division. In and jfor Salt Lako oount:B
Stato of Utah. In -tho matter of -the cHH
tnte of Catherine D. Forsythe, deceascd.-lH
Notice. JH
The petition ot Louis H. FarnswortJB
administrator of tho estato of CathcriijB
D. Forsythe. deceased, 'praying for sjH
order of sale of real property of said dH
cedent, and that all persons IpterestoH
may appear before the said court to shoH
cause why an order should not bo grantdH
to sell so much as shall be necessary 'JH
tho following-described real estato of saH
deceased, to wlf Real estate CommcnH
Ing 2i rods west from tho, southeast coH
ner of lot 2, ln block. 97,- plat "A," SaJH
Lake City survey, and running thcndH
west 2Vi rods, thence north 10 rods, thcnH
east 2U rods, and thenco south 10 rods jH
tho place of beginning, together with lnH
provemcnts thereon, situate la Salt LaHH
county, Stato of Utah, subject. howcvrjH
to a mortgage Incumbrance thorcon
&Q0 and accruing Interest, which wlthoxH
deducting said incumbrance was aj
praised at $2000, lias been sot for hearln
on Friday, the 29th day of January, A. ljH
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho- counjH
courthouse, ln tho courtroom of saH
court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coujH
ly. Utah.
Witness the clerk of paid court, with tHH
seal thereof affixed, this 14th day of JanjH
arv. A. J3. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
Seal. ClcrkJH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. JH
S. McDowall, Attorney. -nB
bate division, In and for Salt Lake countH
Stato of Utah. Tn tho matter of tho HH
tate of Heleno "W. Hcdellns, deccascdJH
Notice. , ,.
Tho petition of Carl "W. Hedellns atjH
Helen 'W. Kcudrlck. praying for. the 'IH
ancc to Helen W. "Kcndrlck of letters IH
administration In the estate of Heleno "MH
Hedellns. deceased, has been set for hcaH
Ing on Friday, tho 29th day of JanuarH
A D. 190l sit 10 o'clock a. m.t at tho couH
ty' courthouse. In tho courtroom of oajH
court, in Salt Lake City, SalL Lako couH
lWltness the clerk ot said court, with tlH
seal thereof "affixed, this ICth day of JanH
ory. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
I Seal. OlerkjH
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.. IH
G. H. Backman, Attorney. JH
hate division, in and for Salt Lako couH
ty. State of Utah. VM
In the matter of the .estate of John lm
Jenkins, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Minnie R. Torpy. aH
mlnlstratrlx of the estate of John JH
Jenkins, deceased, praying for tho silH
tlement of final account of said admlnH
tratrlx and for tho distribution of tjH
residue of said estato to tho persons cH
titled, has been set fA' hearing on EfH
dry tho Knd day of January. A D. lH
at ten o'clock a. in., nt tho county cou-JH
house, in the courtroom of said court. IH
Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county, UtdH
Witness tho clerk ot said court, wllH
tho seal tlion-of affixed, this 9th day
January, A, D. 1901. JDHN JAMES.
(Seal) CIcrkH
Bv'j. U. Eldredgc. Jr., Deputy ClerkH
Pierce. Crltchlow & Barrette, AttornelH
for Petitioner. -JjH
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coulH
tv. Stato of Utah. m JH
In tho matter of tho estate of GcorjH
A. Lowe, deceased. Notice. Jl
The petition of Anna M. Lowe, the qH
ecutrlx of tho estato of George A, LoxH
deceased, praying for the settlement M
final account of said executrix, and Hl
the distribution of the residue of jMH
estate to tho persons entitled, has belH
set for hearing on Friday, the 22nd dH
of Januarv, A. D. 1901. at ten o'clock IH
m at tho 'countv courthouse, in tho couiH
room of said court, in Salt Lake ClIH
Salt Lako county, Utah. IB
Witness the clerk of said court. vriH
the seal thereof affixed, this 9th day H
Januarv, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.H
'Sealj . C-er-TM
By J. U. Eldredgc, Jr., Deputy Clerk,
Geo. L. Nyo, Attorney for PctltloneriM
bate division. In nnd for Salt Lako couriH
Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
toto of W. D. Palmer, deceased. NotlH
The petition of J. "W. Houston, the HH
mtnlstrator of tho estato of TV. D. PH
mcr deceased, for confirmation of WH
sale of tho following described real .ostdH
of said decedent, to wit: Commencing IH
the southwest corner of lot 2, block IH
pint "B," Salt Lake City survey, runntH
thence north four rods, thenco east H
rods thence south 4 rods, thenco west H
rods' to the placo of beginning, also, coH
mc-nclng 2 rods west of the southeast cjH
ner of lot 2. block 19, plat "A," Salt LoH
C'ltv survey, and running thence wcstB
rod's, thenco north 10 rods, thenco casH
rods, thenco south 10 rods- to 4hcplaoo H
beginning; also, commencing 2 rods yH
of tho southeast corner of lot blocklH
plat "F," Salt Lako City survey, runnlH
thence vcst 50 feet, thenco north 132 ffjH
thenco cast 5 feet, thenco south 132
to tho place of beginning, n" of IB
property situated ln Salt Lake City, SB
I.ake county, Slate Of Utah, for fhe biH
of $9500. and upon tho following terms, H
ult cash upon confirmation, as appoiH
from tho return of sale, filed In this couH
has been set for hearing on Friday, tjM
"1th day of January, A, D, 1904, aHH
o cloclc a. m.. at the county courthouBeJM
the courtroom of said court, in Salt- LaH
Citv, Salt Lako county, Utah, JH
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
seal thereof affixed, this lfith day of
arv. A. D, 1901. JOHN JAL&ll
r'Scal.l aorMH
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk. H
StP-un & Smith, Attorneys for EsUH

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