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5al trolley line
g ilirtdi Farmers Will Ust
j5 I EUctric Power.
rotvl c popularity of electricity as
lotKc power la already evident In Utah
itttms to And equal favor In Colorado,
kuh judge i"om th0 Incorporation of the
H ij,frn Railway and Utility company
Djnver a few days ago. The dlrcctora
S(L GiOTfH J Spear of Greeley; Charles
' Run 8-t V A Greeley merchnnt; E. J.
iwr of tho Union bank of Greeley;
li4 f' jr sethman of tho electrical firm
i Rtimcr .t SethmaJi. Denvor: and Wll
rv --in'son, the Denver roprMcnlailve of
:ljjS "vstrrn Electrical Supply company
Fh'oS9 Intention of the company to
J Jr.hf. farming districts In ovcry dlrcc-
. iliJi Orley as tho huh. A branch
S. northwest to Wellington. In Lari
at Irnunty. and perhaps on to Fort Col-
r, Tt 1 Stated In the articles of lncor
5 iuon that the lino will bo built from
"- S.J "to Erie on tho Burllmrton & Mln
'Uv n. distance of about forty mile.
J.T iT Sr further provided Hint branch roadB
-iV ? be constructed. Of these one to
" cvllle and Fort Lupton la said to be
Join's to be built and operated on
diary plan- ,,,c farmers of tho dls
pnuln; with the company. The
s will pay toward the construction
road a sum proportionate to tho
which they will mako on cheaper
"crc-fteat drawback toward agrl
ili that vast section, which Is tin
llr ono of th richest In Colorado,"
promoter of th entorprlse, "la lack
joortatlon facilities'. As things now
mutt llfllll his iinlntne?!
Ih.', bv rales to rnieh a railroad and pet
' ItS on tli" market. This obstacle 1ms
n-, in a seven setback to tho sugar-beet
win' In tliat section, which otherwise
navo flourished wonderfully.
It h very evident that tonn and tons of
7H ur cannot bo KOtton to the factories by
am ftJul tnUH niany districts have
idoned their culture on Just that ac-
1. IS f this new Hp goes through and
tnuC is now Htlio doubt In my mind but
sill the situation will be entirely dif-
m nC Vou will see the sugar factories
Windsor. Eaton and Greeley up to their
1 I fit In output, and I should not bo wir-
? kd to fc at least ono more factory
'" M I understand It. the proposed line,
fr Leh la known among the farmers as
" T .Spear road, will build llttlo branch
- irs out among the farming districts
liam n the main tracks. This will cover the
Tat nlry with a network of electric lines,
.11.-. I farmers, to pet their products loaded,
I ly ohllped In many cases to haul
!Km m only to the edge of their fields."
j ;
; iS, Mlshklncl venortcd to the police
jt nlRht that his horso and buprgy had
fcblen from Stato and Tenth South
btc wJicr.o he had left his animal tied
m cslllns: on a friend. IIo knew that
lior. was stolen bpcause tho strap,
jh'a snap on tho horse end. had been
rwUh the othor end tied to tho post,
mi had lpft It; nlso because the horso
not there. Mr Mlshklnd has 110 Idea
fcitoek the rip. but It Is surmised that
fi of the skaters on the rink near by
Wfl upon tho opportunity It afforded
k of scevrinj; a free ride home. Tho
fkf. are making every effort to round
isiP I
w t
a tc 3
yir I
!Hcld and the boys associated with
1 his musical organization have
eason to bo proud of tho outcome
concert given at tho Grand last
r. The audience was the largest of
son. taking every available seat on
r floor and In the balcony. Mnny
urned awa. The audience, too,
hearty accord in Its estimate of
ale and was not at all miserly In
Iwiw. Tho hit of tho evening was
trom ,",Wllllam Toll." Tho
S3. v,'.,ro MsMy Interesting and
it tho forco oC lno music; but
mA ldr ns of a eood orderand
frt J1180 ,h!l1 followed the
on lV.Q "earliest heard in the
?AsImll?r occasion In many a
bm 5r "lcc?. t.hnt ught tho
Jh0. phaporonB." Tho np
,Sat erected this was proof that
lht, openitlc music as
1 niulc of a higher character. The
ti?nr?. Cooi'c-actiulttcd thcm
od but it The Individual voices
bum Sn,.lho, bleild,nR was not all
ouid have been desired. Further
rcBncet"1 a,Rr?ftt Improvement
gafoaSS ladlC3 AVCr rCCal'cJ
'jl05llo, WUUoml" Benefit a Financial
iflfP ost-Box Office Roccipts
DC J Were Only $138.25.
1SL1' lo be rcgrclted that the "Hello
I Mt.PLPl' Jhn Daly ainhv. Frank
gyn Kelly, Echlln P. Gayer and Miss
RIKorT Cllfrordl dld not receive more
Buirtc Performance at thc
I Mfrfalurda- aftornoon and evening.
IanJflmJ:e rocePls f01' vo pcr-
nlt nothiatout3,de amounted to
D?TC knSSn B. the cxact amount not
tabkKver?tUh"atn Present It la known.
4 Uie5tcp l ' c,r, pay,ne lhe coat o
21. they wm P 'nlBcellaneoua ex
W M to Z! 1 fcc lucky If not called
UKd bJ1 "" Johnson, who la
to , h 1?-Mnnance- Thanks arc
-ner pf"W8' well as to thc
for costume ak Cost"nlng com
lHM?r th- nlann"' f aratenaen & An
' and many lher who
I Secret Societies Q
"Woodmen of the "World.
Salt l-ako camp 53 entertained its mem
bers and their wlvca and friends last
Tuesday evening, tho 33th. at Odd FcIIowr
hall. Tho place wan packed to overflow
ing. The circles of the Women of Wood
craft were well represented, also the mem
bers of the order :uid their families. Tho
following programme rendered was tho
best ever had under the auspices of the
Address of welcome Capt. B. A. Rldd
Selection Camp uVs orchestra
Sns - Walter Spencer
Piano selection Mls Naomi Mldgley
Comic song w. T. Perry
Recitation John Williams
Pano selection ....Llttlo Miss Catherine
Piano selection
Little Miss Catherine liomcr
Song MRS Rlhci Bcst
Electric club swinging :
Prof. Hugh Rlppcto
gpng Howard Don
irapezo perfonnanco Ttayner Bros.
Address on Woodcraft
ir. V; Angus McKellnr. Jr.
Highland Fling Miss Agnes Wills
?,one Miss Ilay.el Burbldgo
Banjo boIo Prof. J. S. Donclson
jonc Mart Don
Piano solo prof. A. Bccslcy
Comic song l.. Haddock
Song j. Nellsen
Prof. Alvln C. 13eeslcy, nccompanlst.
Order of Washington.
One of the most enjoyable events of the
season was tho Order of Washington ball
given at Unity hall last Wednesday even
ing. The dance was well attended and no
doubt every ono present had a very pleas
ant tl-ne. The music was furnished by
Hauerbach's orchestra, and was greatly
appreciated by all who enjoy a good dance
find was the koynole of the cvenli!g"s en
joyment and succosp. Next Wednesdav
evening. February 3rd will be thc regular
meeting and will take up promptly at 3
o'clock, when a clnss will be initiated un
der tho Instruction of tho supreme drill
Instructor of Portland. Or. All members
aro urgently requested to be present.
Fraternal Brotherhood.
On Friday night a new lodge of thc Fra
ternal Brotherhood was Instituted In this
city by State Organizers Mr. and Mrs. W.
H Malone. The lodge will bo known as
Progress lodge, and will meet on tho first,
third nnd fifth Friday night of ench month
In tho Electrical Workers' hall In tho
Jennings block. Thc following officers
werp Installed for thc ensuing six months:
Past president. J. J. Whltaker; president,
George L. McKcever; vice-president. Miss
Ada Fields; chaplain, Miss Hattlo Ward;
treasurer, John James, secretary, Mrs. H.
S. Harper; sergeant, D. Boynon Dnvles;
mlstrcss-at-arms, Mrs. G V. Hlgglns; In
ner doorkeeper, J. B. 3utlor; outer door
keeper, W. E, Jenkins; physician, Dr. J.
X. Harrison; musician, Miss Belle Qulnn;
trustees, II. S. Harper and Miss Anna
Fields; finance committee. Miss Bernlco
Clough and W. S. Theobald.
Knights of tho Maccabees.
State Corunnndcr Gray will put In a
clnss of twenty-five at Beaver this even
ing. He will visit Mllford this week and
start the boys hustling.
Salt Lake tent No. 2 held a largely at
tended review Thursday evening. Thc de
grco team did good work. Among the vis
itors who Hpoke of the progress of thc or
der were Past Commandpr W. CrcO of
San Francisco. J. Scott of Port Huron and
members of Tintlc tent No. J3 of Eureka.
Commander Douglas has appointed a new
degree team and thc boys Intend to cany
off the prize In the contest. Tho tent is
making rapid strides toward the 1000 mark
of membership.
Mcicur tont No. 7 has S3 members and
they hold large nnd enthusiastic reviews
Utonian tent No. 12 held no review last
Wednesday evening the entire evening be
ing given to a card party. The Sir
Knights and their gcntlenon and lady
friends enjoyed a social time and all worfr
delighted with their entertainment. Next
Wednesday evening a largo attendance Is
expected to witness the excellent work of
the degree team captained by Sir Knight
W. J. Gardner, who lntnds to make his
team the "best ever." Visiting Sir
Knights are invited to attend.
The committee on reception of, Supreme
Communder Markov is actively at work to
mako his visit to Utah a pleasurcable one.
Every tent in tho State should assist In
making tho affair a credit to Utah Mac
cabees. The supreme commander will vis
it Ogden. nnd a reception will be given by
the Ogden Sir Knights.
Loyal Americans.
Salt Lake assembly No. 326 met In reg
ular session with President Miller In the
chair. Three applications for membership
were received and four now members wore
Initiated. There will be a leap year dance
Friday night, February Bth, to which all
are cordially invited.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen gave
a dance at their hall on last Monday night.
Tills Is the first social given by thc order,
which has just lately been organized In
this State. The evening was very pleas
antly spent nnd all a're looking forward to
tho next social to bo given next month,
Miriam Robekah lodge No. 5 held a card
social Saturday evening, and a very pleas
ant evening was enjoyed by all present.
The. numbjr present was very satisfactory
to the committee though people out of the
order patronized the social better than thc
Rebckahs. Noxt Saturday evening Mir
iam will have lis regulur meeting tho beau
tiful Rebokah decree will be put on. All
PvCbckahB Invited.
Degree of Pocahontas.
Waneta council held Its weekly meeting
Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' hall on
Market street a full representation being
present- Thc entertainment commltteo re
ported a good number of tickets being
sold for the card party Saturday evening
and a good crowd Is expected.
G. A. H.
Mrs, Ellas Price entertains tho Ladles
of tho Grand Army at her residence, No.
1253 East First South street, on Tuesday
ovcnlng, February 2nd. All comrades and
frlendB cordially Invited.
George R Maxwell post No. G, at their
regulnr meeting Wednesday evening,
Janunry 27th. mustered In now recruits
and transacted other business of Impor
tance, after which they held a very pleas
ant social, consisting of music, speeches
and patriotic aongs. Flrt on tho pro
gramme was a piano polo by Miss Hen
drlckson; talk by W. P. Rowe; song by
nudloncc and music by Miss Heudrlck
son; speech by M. M. JCalghn; song by
comrades and ladles of thc corps; song
by every ono In thc house; and then tho
rafflo for the tine oil painting, and No.
101, held by William Crome, was the win
ning number. There, wcro about 200 In
tho hall and a pleasant evening was
spent. Tho next meeting of thc post will
bo held at labor hall, on tho corner of
Fourth South nnd Slate streets, and all
the old comrades arc Invited to be there
and havo a pleasant evening.
I. O. O. F.
Mystic lodge No. 22 held Its regular
meeting last Monday night, and It proved
to be ono of great Interest to those pres
ent. Considerable new business camo up
before tho brothers. Mystic Is going ahead
rapidly, as shown by tho interest taken
by tho brothers, who havo JiiBt recently
begun to attend regularly. This Is very
gratifying to the officers, as they are
very anxious to make this tho banner
term In tho history of the lodge. The
Joint etaff of Nos. 22 and 3 put on the
third degree, and four brothers were
mndo members of tho third degreee. To
night It Is expected that the staff will put
on tho Initiatory degrecc. All Odd Fol
lows Invited. We meet In the lop front
hall. I. o. O. F. temple.
On last Wednesday evening Fidelity
lodgo No. 17 had ono of the most Intcr
. eating mecctlngs held In the city for some
time. Grand Master Buchcr. accom
panied by Past Grand Muster Stockman
of Colorado. Grand Secretary P. A. Simp
kin, Grand Warden C. A. Walker. Grand
Representative C. O. Cnrbln. and N. T
McCann, P. G. M.. and Edwin Pierce. P.
G. M., nctlng as deputy grand master and
grand treasurer, and Canton Colfax No.
1. Patriarchs Militant, acting a3 escort,
visited officially. After the grand lodge
officers were seated thc lodgo put on the
Initiatory degree. Tho staff, composed of
tho regulur officers filling the chairs they
fill In regular session of the lodge, did tho
work In excellent manner.
Among some of thc prominent members
ot tho order present were N C. Price. P.
G. M. ; Brother Berry, D. D. G. M.; De
partment Commander P. M. LewlH and
Grand Pntrlarch Beaver. G. M. Bueher
complimented the lodge on the splendid
Increase It has made In the papi six
months, also on tho splendid way It did
Its work. Some of the other speakers
were C. A. Walker, G. W.; William Lep
per, C P. M. ; Past Grand M. Price. Noble
Grand Henderson nrtd Brother Pitman.
P. G., who made pleasant remarks and
threw many bouquets to tho lodge and
the grand officers.
Next Wednesday evening the lodge will
put on thc llrst degreee. All Odd Fellows
are invited.
The Past Noble Grand's club will en
tertain their friends at a pie social on
next Thursday afternoon frbn 2 to 5 at
the T. O. O. F. hnll. All are Invited.
Royal Highlanders.
I'tah castle No. 33S, Royal Highlander,
had a warm meeting and a good sociable
time Monday, January 25th. when appli
cations were accepted and one refuge
was made a Royal Highlander. Our team,
dressed In kilts, made a great hit and
made the goat considerably harder to
ride than he has been In the past.
A great many people were heard to say.
"I wonder what Is going on." when wo
passed them on the street In our kilts. If
they will Join their hearts and hands with
us they can easily see what Is going 011
In one of the best Insurance orders In the
world. We will have a poclal In lhe near
future which will be a grand snecoss. as
all our socials of the pnst are kindly re
membered by thoso who attended.
We intend going to Ogden In the near
future to institute n new castle there.
Our next meeting will be Monday. Feb
ruary Rth. at 7:30 p. m.. In the Auerbach
hall, to which all members Of the order
aro Invited.
Knights of Pythian.
Lincoln lodge No. 23, Knights of Pythi
as, held its regular weekly meeting -Saturday
night, January 23rd. and introduced
ono stranger to thc mysteries of thc rank
of page, using thc elegant, new parapher
nalia for thc work.
Several new applications wore read and
committees appointed to invcstlgalo the
We expect to put seven or eight through
tho rank of page and two or Ihrco
through tho rank of esquire.
While our lodge Is yet young, we are
doing exceedingly well and will soon havo
one of tho most prosperous lodges In the
grand domain of Utah.
Wo meet In Castle hall. No. VA South
Main, every Saturday night at 8 o'clock,
and all sojourning Knights arc cordially
Invited to attend.
Sons of Herman,
The Gorman Schiller lodge No. 1. Sons
of Horman, will give a masquerade ball
on Thursday, February 4th. at Odd Fel
lows' hall. Music furnished by the Fort
Douglas orchestra. Committee of ar
rangements: L. Hobeln, II Schwarz, John
Peters, L. Gelslcr, C. Blrkner and Hugo
Knights of Columbus.
On Tuesday eveninr, February lGlh. th
Knights of Columbus will tender their
friends a reception, to bo followed by a.
dance, to mark thc opening of their ele
gant lodgerooms In the Jennings block.
This promises to be ono of the most bril
liant events of tho winter, as tho rooms
aro very spacious nnd. being handsomely
furnlHhed, the Knights feel that thoy now
aro In a position to entertain their guests
ns they would wish. Christonsen's or
chestra will furnish music for thc evening.
W. R. C.
The ladles of James li McKean corps
will be entertained on Thursday after
noon by Mrs, Fannlo Brown at the Con
way, on West Temple, between First and
Second Soulh.
George R. Maxwell Woman's Relief
corps will hold their regular meeting
Wednesday, February 3rd. at 2:30 v. m.
Every member Is retiuestcd to be present,
as there Is Important business to come up.
All visiting members wolcomc.
Modern "Woodmen.
Great Salt Lake camp, No. 10071, Mod
ern Woodmen of the World, will give a
card party at their beautiful hall Wednes
day night, February 3rd. Everybody In
vited. Fraternal Union of America.
There was a lHrge attendanco ut the
meeting of thc Evergreen lodge last Mon
day evening, which proved to be qulto u
busy meeting. The charges which were
a few weeks ago preferred ngulnt?t thc sec
retary were withdrawn, na It developed
that there were no grounds for tho same.
After the regular business was disposed
of thc officers-elect took all the lodgy
aiembera up town and treated them to an
oyster supper. Thc secretary's family aro
still in Portland, where thoy expeot to re
main until spring.
Tho lodge members gave Treasurer Raw
lings a very pleaeani surprise party last
Friday evening.
Ladies of the Maccabees.
There will bo regulur review of Suit Luko
City hive, No. -1. Tuesday evening, Feb
ruary 2nd, at Odd Fellows' hall, when
every member Is expected to be present
to meet our new Deputy Supreme Com
mander Lady Forges, who hns Just ar
rived from San Francisco to lake up tho
work in Utah. Lady Bees, you arc re
quested to attend Tuesday evening. All
visitors welcome.
Masons. .
Mt. Morlah lodge No. 2 will hold a spe
cial meeting this (Monday) evening at 7:3")
o'clock, for F. C. degree work. Masons
cuallllcd invited.
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Signature of tcayXT-cUc
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Sold by drug-cist. Prloj
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Has one of tho very latest X-Ray sa4
Electrical Machines In his office.
Electric Baths and all of the very latest
treatments given, In tho moat aclentlfta
Microscopic Medical Institute
C. W. Hipgins, M. D,, Mgr. and Prop.
Corn or Main and Third South.
Hoa practiced in Salt Lnk Cltv for ttren-ty-flvo
years, and the wonderful and well
established cures hp has effected in that
tlmo prove tho stlcntlflc principles on
which his medicines are compounded.
Forming diagnosis by tho aid of tho mi
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lands of canes of
Nervous Debility, Mental and Physi
cal Weakness and Nervous
And will forfeit S500 for any case taken
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All classes of private diseases cured and
all old. lingering diseases, which vitlata
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tits cured. Tapeworm, removed with head
or no pay. Office hours, 10 to 3:30 and 7 ta
K c m.
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WILLTAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President.
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Directors J. B. Cosgriff. John J. Daly,
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CAPITAL PAID IN, $300,000.
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Notice is hereby given that there will
be a special mectlng-'or the stockholders
of thc St. Louis-Vasjiar Mining and Mill
lug company held on Friday, the 12th
any of February. 1POI. at 3 o'clock p. m.,
at rooms Z and G Commerce building, cor
ner 2nd Soulh nnd West Temple streets,
In Salt Lako City. Utah, for the purpose
of authorizing thc levying by the board
of directors of an assessment of 2 cents
per share upon tho capital stock of the
said company. M. SIIAUGHNESSY,
A. E. Clarke. Secretary pro torn.
Dated Salt Lake City, Utah, January 30.
St. Louls-Vassar Mining and Milling
company, a corporation organized under
thc laws of the State of Utah. Location
of principal placo of business. Suit Lake
City, Utah.
Notice la hereby given that nt a mcctlnjr
of the board of directors of said corpora
tion held on the thirty-first (21st) day of
Dccbmbcr, 1903. an assessment of two C)
cents por share -was levied upon the capi
tal stock of thc corporation, payablo Im
mediately to W. E. Lake, secretary, at tho
banking house of Walker Bros., bankers.
Salt Lake City. Utah, and that anv stock
upon which this assessment remains un
pajd on the flr3t -1st) day of February
ISOl. will bo delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment
is made before, will be sold on tho eight
eenth (ISth) day of February. JSOl, to pay
thc delinquent assessment, togothor with
cost oi advertising end expense of sale
Tho said assessment is levied by order
of thc stockholders holding and represent
ing moro than two-thirds of the capital
stock. W. E. LAKE, Secretary.
Godlva Mining company, principal place
of business room No. 310 Whltlnghnm
block, West First South street, Salt Lako
City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho directors of the Godlva Mi
ning company, held on lhe 26th day of
Janunry, 1504, an assessment of one dollar
per share wits levied on thc capital stock
of tho corporation, paynble on or be
fore the 29th day of February. 1901. to .7.
E. Berkley, secretary ot the company, ac
room No. 310 In the Whltlnghum block, on
West First South street. In Salt Lake
City, Utah. Any stock upon which this
assessment may remain unpaid on the
1st day of March, 1901, will be delinquent
and advertized for snlo at public auction,
and, unless payment Is made before, will
be sold on the 19th day of March. 1904, to
pay tho delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expense
of sale. J. E. BERKLEY.
Room 310 Whltlngliam Block. West First
South Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. r2I0S
Third Judicial district of thc Slate of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Charles M
Freed, plaintiff, vs. Samuel M. MeDou
cal, W. B. Harwell. J. B. Bonner and F
T. Wilkinson, defendants. Summons
Tho State of Utah to the said defend
ants: You are hereby summoned to appc-ir
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you. If served within
the county In which this action is brought
otherwise, within thirty daya after ser
vice, and defend the above-entitled ac
tion, and In case of your failure so to do
Judgment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the complaint
which, within ten dnys after service of
this summons upon -you, will be filed with
tho clerk of said court.
Plaintiffs Attorneys
P. O. AddrsH 162 South Main street. Salt
Lake City. Utah. rh'O
Under authority of on order of sale
granted by the District court of Snll
Lako county. Stato of Utah. Probata di
vision, on the Oth day of June, 1903. In tho
matter of the estate of Emma H. Adklns.
deceased, I will sell nt private sale tho
following described real estate' and per
Honal property, to wit:
Commencing at thc northwest corner of
lot 1. block 47. plat ',D.M Salt Lake City
survey: thenco south 10 rods; thence east
61Vi feet; thence northeasterly to the
north lino of said lot, 74 feet cast from
tho plnc of beginning'; thenco west 74
fnct to tho placo of beginning, together
with the Improvements thereon.
AH household furniture and pictures
belonging to the cstnte of Emma H. Ad
klni, deceased, sltunto In a dwelllng
hoube at No. 374 Fourth street, Sail liko
City. Utah.
The hale will be made on or after Feb
ruary 12. J901. and bids will be received at
the offlco of Wilson it Smith, rooms
703-S. McCornlck building. Salt Lake City.
Utah. Terms of sale. caBh, gold coin of
Uio United States, 10 per com of the bid
payable at tho time of sain and the bal
ance upon confirmation of tho ale by tho
Administrator of thc Eotatc of Emma H
Adklns. Deceased
Dated at S.ilt Iakc Cllj, this 3lsl da
of Januarj, 145,1
Consult' County Clerk or the respcctlT
tlgners for further Information.
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah.
In thc matter of the estate of Edward
Lambert, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Elizabeth Barllett Lam
bert and Win. H. llalgh. executors ot
the estate of Edward Lambert, deceased,
praying for an order to sell tho follow
ing described personal property of said
decedent, to wit:
24 tons of lucerne ha. 2 horses. 2 cows.
1 buggy. 1 wagon and hay rack. 2 sets
ot harness, 1 mowing machine, 40 chick
ens, IS shnrcG of common stock In the
Utah Sugar stock, cert. 11, IS shares of
preferred stock of tho Utah Sugar .nock,
cert. 103, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, the nth day of February, A. D. 1904.
at ten o'clock a. m.. nt the county court
house, In the courtroom of said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county.
Witness thc clerk of said court, with
tho sr1 thereof affixed, this 23rd day of
January, A. D. 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
David M. Halgh. Attorney.
bate division, tn r.nd for Salt Lako coun
ty, State ot Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Joe Mrinelnl. de-eascd. Notice.
The petition of Charles Boncttl, praying
for the Issuance to hirifielf of lottcrs nf
administration In the estate of Joe Man
clnl. dcceascLhas been set for hearing on
Frldnv, thc th day of Fobcunry, A. 1).
1901. at 10 o'clock a. m at the county
courthouse. In tho courtroom ol said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county,
Witness thc clerk of said court, wllh the
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of Janu
ary. A. D. 190t. JOHN JAMES.
Seal. Ctorfc.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
A. J. Weber, Attorney for Petitioner.
bate division, In anil for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In thc matter of the
estate of Jens P. Mortcnsen, deceased.
The petition ot Edward R. Mortcnscn.
administrator of thc estate nf Jens P.
Mortenscn. deceased, praying for tho sef
tlcment of ftnnl account of said adminis
trator end tor the distribution cf the resi
due of said estate to tho persons entitled,
has boon set (or hearing on Friday, th
olh day of February. A. D. 1904. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at thn county courthouse,
In thc courtroom of said court, In Salt
Lake City, Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, thin 21st day of Janu
ary. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
ISenl. Clerk.
By David B. Dnvlcs, Deputy Clerk.
bold era of the Keith-O'Brien Company.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of thc Kelth
O'Brlen company, a corporation organized
nnd existing under the laws of thc State
of Utah, will be held at the office of said
company, .No. 1C0 David Keith building.
Snlt Lake City, Utah, on thc 15th dny of
February, 190. at 2 o'clock p. m.. for thc
purpose of amending the articles of In
corporation of said Keith-O'Brien com
pany, the proposed nmendment of the ar
ticles ot Incorporation of aald ' Keith
O'Brien, company bolng to change article
of said articles of Incorporation so tho
same shall read ac rollows:
That whenever the said corporation Is
Indcbten In an amount exceeding 10 per
cent of thc amount of the outstanding
capital stock of said corporation, the board
of directors shall have tho power and au
thority for tho purpose of paying said In
debtedness, lo levy and collect an assess
ment upon the outstanding rapltal stock
of said corporation In an amount suffi
cient to pay said Indebtedness but not to
exceed tfi per rent of the outstanding cap
ital stock, and shall have Iho power and
authority to levy and cohort such other
assessments upon lhe capital stock of said
corporation as are authorized by statute,
but only one assessment exceeding tho
amount authorized by statute shall bo
levied by tho directors of said corporation
To thc io:tent herein montloned the capi
tal stock of this corporation Is hereby de
clared to be assessable.
J. X FERGUSON. Secretary.
Dated January 2?, 1901.
Notice of a Special Meeting of the St.
Louis-Vassar Mining & Milling
Company, a Corporation, Organized
Under the Laws of the State of
Salt Lake City. Utah. Jan. 16. 1901
NAlIce Is hereby given that there will
bo a special meeting of thc stockholders
of the St, Louis-Vassar Mining and Mill
ing company had and held on tho second
day of February, 1901. at 3 o'clock p. m
at room No. 10. Walker Bank building:
corner Second South and Main streets.
Salt Lake City. Utah, the above-named
place being the general office of said cor
poration. This notice Is given and said mceilng
called by the undersigned stockholders of
said corporation, whp are lhe owners and
holders of more th:'.n two - thirds of
the outstanding capital stock of ca'.d cor
poration. Said mnellng Is called by the
undersigned stockholders for the reason
that there Is no secretary of said cor
poration and for the further reason that
the president of said corporation refuses
o make such call. Said meeting Is called
and will be had and held for th follow
ing purposes and for the transaction of
the following business.
First To remove all of the present di
rectors and officers of said corporation
and nil dlrcctora and officers thereof who
may be or claim lo be such officers and
directors at the dale and tlmo of holding
such meeting, and to elect upon such re
moval of such directors and officers,
other directors and officers to fill tho va
cancies caused by stch removal and all
othor vacancies existing at that tlmo
for any reason.
Second To authorize and empowcF tho
board of directors of said corporation to
levy on assessment of not exceeding two
cents per share on euch and overy share
of the outstanding capital stock of said
corporation and to give consent to the
Signed M. A. Hughes, S. V. Shelp. Rob
ert Gorllnskl. Ezra Thompson, W. S. Oak
lov. Henry Newell, M. II. Walker. J.
Frank Judge. J. C. Lynch. E. B. Gorlln
skl. James A. Miner. Harriet L. Miner.
Charles A. Walker. J. R. Walker. L. H.
Furnsworth, Wllford Van Wagenen. John
Austin. W. S. Willis. J. C. Jensen. Jo
teph R. Murdoch, H. T. Coleman, Sam
uel Hair. Jr., Charles Buhlcr, Fred W.
Hayt. F. H. Officer.
It Is very Important that you attend this
meeting. If you cannot attend, send
First pubVcatlon Jan. 19, 1901. rHEO
on Monday, tho Slh duy of Fcbruarv, 1901,
at 10 o'clock a. m , at the office of the
Venus Gold Mining conipnny, at Room 23
Eagle block, jouthcaet corner of Second
South and-West Tcmplo streets. Salt Lako
City. Utah, a special meeting of tho stock
holders of the aald company will bo held
for the purpose ot considering the follow
ing amendments 10 the articles of Incor
poration, to wit:
Article IX. an ended to read as follows
By BtrlkhiK uu. tho word "seven" in the
first lino of said article and iiiiuing in
lieu thereof the word "five," u, as to
make the first fontenco or said ArtMe Ic
to read as follows:
The officers of this corporation f-hal!
consist of a board of five (5) directors, a
pr-idldcnt. a vice-president, u aecrctarv
and a treasurer."
Articlo X. amended to read aa fo lows
"It shall requlro at least three (2) direc
tors to constitute a quorum of thc board
of dlrcctora authorized to transact the
business and cxercl.se the cosporute now.
cru of this corporation."
Thlt" stockholders' meeting Is called by
thc president and secretary of the said
Venus Gold Mining company, thia nth day
of January. 1901. C. L. KLDRED.
First publication In Salt Lako Dally
Tribune, January 16, 1901
Consult County Clerk 6.- th resp?ctlv
signers for further Information.
bale Division. In and for Salt Iviko coun
ty. State of Utah In the matter ot th
estate and guurdlanahlp of Henry L
ChrlMioimen and Claren Cbrlstenscn. ml
nors. Notice,
Tho petition of Sine P. Solomon, th
guardian of the person and estate of
Henry L. Chrlstcnscn and Claren Chrlr- -;?ng",
minors, for confirmation of sale of
the following described real estate, to-
The south half of tho northeast on?
fourth of the northeast one-half CW of
section ihlrty-five (35), township on (1)
south, range two (2) wcat. of Salt Lak
meridian, containing twenty CO) acres, to
gcther with all Improvements thereon.
nnd twenty (20) shares of stocks of th
Utah and Salt Lake Canal company, all
situated In Salt Lake county, State of IH
Utah, for the sum of 13500.00, and upon
the following terms, to-wlt: Cash upon
confirmation, ns appears from thc return
of sale, filed In this court, has been set
for hearing on Friday, the Gth day of Feb
ruary. A.D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. at th
county courthouse, in thc courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
county, Utnh.
AVllnc3s, the clerk of said court, with IH
tho seal thereof affixed, this 23th day of
January. A. D. 19&4.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Kinney & Chrlstcnscn, Attorneys for
bate division. In and for SaU.Lake coun-
ty. State of Utah. In thc matter of th tM
CKtalo of Charles F. Johnson, deceased. IH
Thc petition of Slgna. Johnson and Alex
Kee, executors ot the fstate of Charle? IH
F. Johnson, deceased, for confirmation of IH
tho sale of the following described per- IH
Ronal property, to wit: Furniture and
lease of that certain rooming-house Eltu
ntcd at TtS'ii West Second South street.
city, for the sum of $350.00. nnd upon tho
following terms, to wit: $250 cash and a fM
chattel mortgage for balancn to be paid IH
nt X monthly, as appears from the r
turn of sale tiled n this court, has bctn
set for hearing on Friday, the 12lh day of
February, A. D. 1901. at ten o'clock n. m ,
at thc county courthouse, tn thc court-
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, ll
Salt Lake county. Utah. IH
Witness the Clerk of stld court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of
January, A. D. 1904.
rSoul.l JOHN JAMES, Cl-rk,. llH
By David B. Dnvlcs, Deputy Clerk. fll
Goodwin & Van Pelt. Attorneys. IH
Estate of James Johmilon. deceased.
Creditors will present claims, with
vouchers, to the undersigned at tho offlra
of TliomiiH Adamtv Esq.. 720 McCornlck
block, corner of Main and First South
streets Salt Lake City and county, Utah,
on or before tho 24th day of May. A D.
Administratrix of tho Estate of James
Johnston. Deceased. IH
Date of llrst publication, January IS, A.
D. 1904. JM
Thomas Adams, Attorney for Estate.
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun- IH
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter ot the
estate of John Ti Robinson, deceased.
The petition of Lewl.i S. Robinson, ad-,
mlnlstrntor of the estate of John T. Rob
liiflon, deceased, praying for thc settle
mcnt of dual account of raid admlnlstra- H
tor and for the distribution of thc rcsldun H
of said estate to thc persons entitled, hns H
been sot for hearing on Frldny. the 19th H
day of February, A. D. 1904. at ten o clock H
a. m.. nt the county courthouse. In the IH
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake IH
City. Salt Lake county. Utah. IH
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof afllxed, this 30th day of
January. A. D. 1901.
ISenl. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk
A. V. Taylor, Attorney for Petitioner.
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
tv. Slate of Utah In the matter of tha
estate of William W Tukc. deceased
The petition of Mary Ann Tukc. admin- IH
Utrntrlx of thc estate of William W. IH
Tuke. decenscd. praying for the settle- IH
mcnt of final account of said admlnlstra- IH
trix and for the distribution of thc residua jH
of .said estate to the persons entitled, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 12th IH
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
Cltv. Salt LaJ:e county, Utah. Il
Witness tho Clerk ot said court, wllh IH
the seal thereof affixed, this 25th day of
January, A. D. 1904.
r Sn 1.1 JOHN JAMES. Cl;rk
Bv David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk. 'H
Wiley L. Brown. Attorney for Petl- w jH
bate division, In and for Salt Lako Coun
tv, State of Utah. In the matter of th
estate of David Whyte, deceased. No-
The petition ot Mary J. Whyte, praying
for tho Issuance to herself ot letters of
administration In the estate of David jB
Whyte. deceased, has been set for hearing jM
on Ftldav the 12th day ot February, A.
D. 1901. a't 10 o'clock a. m., at the County
courthouse, in the courtroom of said JH
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
Utah. , ,
Witness the Clerk of said court, with IH
the seal thertof affixed, this 27th day of VM
Januarv. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
(Seal.') Clerk.
By David B. Davie. Deputy Clerk.
S McDownll, Attorney for Petitioner jH
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal
place of business at Salt Lake City. Utah. ,
Notice' Ib hereby given that nt a meet
tug of the directors, held on the 23rd day
or Januarv. 1901. an assessment of one
halt (s4) cent per share (being assessment I
No 10) a:4 duly levied on tho capital t
stock of thc corporation, payable lmm
dlal-'v to R. T. Burton. Jr.. secretary of
-ixv compauy, nt the office of the com- ,
nany. roo-n No. 225 D. F. Walker build- iH
Pn Salt Luke City, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment I
mov remain unpaid on the 1st day of
March 1901, will bo delinquent nnd Ad-
vVrtlsed for sale at public auction, and
unless pnvmont Is mado before, will b ,
"old on the Wth day of March. 1501. to
nav the delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expenso fm
ot sul" R. T, BURTON. JR..
of 61,1 - Secretary fM
Room No. 223 D. F. Walker Building.
Salt Lake City. Utah. r2MJ
The annual meeting of tho stockholder 1
of the Venus Gold Mining company will bo , (
held at the office of the company, Room 28, ;
Faulc block, at thc southeast corner of f
Second South nnd West Temple streets, in j IH
Salt Lako City, Utah, on Monday, the 8lh , IH
day of Fabrunr. 1304, at 4 o'clock p. m.. . '
for the purposo of electing directors of tho I ijM
said company for the ensuing year, and for lM
tho transaction of such other business as ' jH
mav properly come before the meeting. H
Salt Lako City. Utah. January lrt. 19W
The annual meeting of the stockholders ;
of thc Edison .Electric compnny will bi 1
held at the office of said company, In '
the Bcckwlth hanking building. In thc city
of Evanston. Stato of Wyoming, on the
fourth Thursday of the n 011th ot Febru- -arv
1KM, nt the hour of 12 o'clock m., for '
the' purpose of electing trustees to hold 1
offlco for tin year next onsulng. and until ,
their .successors small have been elected. jH
nnd to consider and act upon such other
matters, when lawful, as may be pre
scnted "KM R. STAATS
Scire (ir of the Edison Electric Co. '
DaUd January 2, 1904. il

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