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IW " The Saip Tatctc 'teisinrau Wednesday Morntq, -3dgg3g;g.904. T , H
- FELT IN THE MUDDLE
I Holds Up Four Department
Payrolls for February.
. DENIES AUTHORITY OF HEADS
JA Waterworks, Streets, Engi
neering and Sprinkling.
: I City Auditor Sends Communications
i I ' to Department Heads Giving
i Reasons for His Action.
City Auditor Felt has taken a hand
In. blocking: the business of the city by
' refusing to audit the payrolls of cer-
; tain of the departments. He has held
; up the payrolls of the department cm-
x ployces and emergency men in the Wa-
: terworks, Street, Engineering- and
Sprinkling departments and) returned
the payrolls to the heads of the depart
ments, accompanied by letters asking
' for further information as to the au
j thorization of the employees. The pay-
rolls were for the last half of the month
The men In the employ of the Waler-
y s -works department arc considered ab-
t , solutely necessary employees, and fur-
1 ( thermore, Mr. Hlnes claims that the
I money to pay them was appropriated
by the Council some time ago. 1 Mr.
Hines says he will keep the men at
' work as long as they arc willing and
! that he will do the best he can to keep
the city in water. As soon as the men
quit, he says, Salt Lake City will be
, face to face with a water famine. The
v men whose payrolls have been held up
are necessary to keep the system in
working order. The letter from Mr.
Felt to Superintendent Hlnes of the
I I "Waterworks department Is as follows:
With very great regret T a:n forced to
I return herewith the payrolls received from
you for the reasons:
' First The revised ordinanccn requlro the
-confirmation by the Council of the clerk,
otore and timekeeper, each and all of tho
tankmen and patrolmen and blacksmith
'I . referred to therein as employees and as
if elstants in your department, which has
, v not been done.
; L Second The said revised ordinances pro
II 4 vide for two tankmen at the Twentieth
ward your payrool hows three.
I Third .Tho ordinances also provide for
"valvemen, assessors of water rates, fore
men of street sprinkling and such other
) employees as the necessities of his (your)
' i office may demand, In such numbers and
( I at such compensation as the City Council
miy authorise," No such authority has
been filed in this office.
fvA Tho necessity of securing the proper np-
mlf?polntmcnt and confirmation of tho cm
m PMovees abovo referred to, and of proper
o' , urlty for the employment of such
employees as tho needs of your office
demSpds has been brought to your atten
tion Spy former loiters addressed to you
IS from 'this office, and, while I very much
regret the neceslty, in view of tho man-
datory ttaturc-bf tho ordinance governing
j this office In regard to the auditing of
claims, payrolls, etc, I can only return
the payrolls for correction and authoriza
tion as required by statute and ordinance.
In the case of tho Street and Sprln
1 kllng departments It is held that Mr.
Felt is unwarranted, in the face of the
opinion rendered by City Attorney Dey,
in which It was stated that the heads of
departments had authority to hire men
In case of emergency. Tho men whose
V pay has been held up in these depart
ments were rendered necessary by the
bad condition of the streets and were
kept at work on the assurance from the
Mayor that ho would not hold up their
Tho following letter was sent by Mr.
Felt to Street Supervisor P. S. Condlc.
MR, FELT TO MR. CONDIE.
Reminding you of the fact that this of
fice has repeatedly called your attention
to the fact that tho revised ordinances
(1503) repeal former ordinances and resolu
tions, and that under them it would bo
necessary to sccuro from tho Council its
authorization for the employment of tho
help required In your departmont, I beg to
return herewith your payroll for tho half
I month ending today. It being utterly Im
possible, in the absence of such authoriza
tion, for mo to intelligently audit same.
In connection with this subject I de3lro
to say that I have also called the atten
tion of the Council to tho need of some or
dinance covering tho apparent defeot and
hoped that before this It would have been
f4 cured, thus permitting tho prompt audit
s'' ing of payrolls.
Your payroll wjis rocelved at bo lato an
hour that I have not been able to look
into It In every detail, and it may bo that
wo have authority for tho auditing of a
few items thereon Huch as clerk and poll
tax collector In which case I will bo glad
to audit their claims.
A similar condition exists In the en
gineering department to that in tho
others. The employees in City Engin-
ccr Kelsey's office havo been author
ized by the City Council and hold their
positions until their successors havo
; been appointed and qualified. The
heads of the departments have decided
I Co send the payrolls back to the City
Auditor and If he still refuses to audit
the same then a test mandamus action
Ti-UI hn !nif Unforl 1 1 rnmnol Vilm t nr
i f prove the payrolls and submit them to
M the City Council.
'2 '.'jB The following Jb the letter received
kT ,B yesterday by City Engineer Kelsey:
h jM MR. FELT TO MR. KELSEY.
fy ,ffM I have called your attention In writing
u ; to the mandatory nature of the ordlnanco
IlK Alt requiring the Auditor to havo proper
ill ill authority for the auditing of claims, pay-
iM rolls, etc, against tho city. In vlow of
rMHf'jll1, this requirement and the further fact that
iJPfltt I cannot find in the revised ordinances or
' rJBf ' In any ordlnanco or resolution adopted by
J iMBr rhe. Council slnco. any authority for the
mHJr'Kl' employment-of assistants, deputies or any
ml iH other help in your department. I am com.
El tM pellcd to return herewith your payroll for
IK ,m the half month ending February 20th,
!! with tho request that you secure tho
'pE. proper authorisation for the employment
k j of-the men referred to therenn, together
""B J with their appointment and the fixing of
UBI their compensation, when I shall be glad
nl to audit a payroll mado up In accordance
jjBPR 'Last Day of Auction, Sale,
wWlP v Saturday evening winds up auction
I W f .sale of W. W. Hall, the Jeweler, TWen-
I Ollrf a"' M& ?leSanL ProaenlB E'ven away at that
$'a f You Need tho Money.
Hi ' Wo collect bad debts. Merchants'
Vm' SB -Protective Assn., tpp floor Commercial
Bi rBM Tsloclc; Scientlflo collector of bad debts.
m JiWA 1 j Francis C4. Luke. Gen'L Mgr.
BuB'iI "Some people don't like us,"
ENJOYED BRIEF LIBERTY
ON FORGED PARDON
SAN FRANCISCO, March 1. '
-f Joseph White, one of the mili-
tary prisoners who secured his
-f release from Alcatraz Island last
-f October by means of a forged H-
-f- pardon, has been arrested in this -f
city and is again a convict in -f
4- the island prison. "With four --
companions he was released from -f
Alcatraz on what tho officers- in
charge of tho prison thought to
be genuine orders of release. Not -f
4- until the men were well away
wao the fraud discovered. An
Investigation showed that the -f
-f- entire plot had been hatched, and
carried out by the men in the
-f- prison. The men had forged the
nameG of the head of the War f
department and) also the names
f of MaJ. H. M. Morrow, Judge-
f Advocate of the Department of
f California, and MaJ. J. R. "Wll-
4 Hams, assistant Adjutant-Gen- 4-
4- eral. Even letterheads upon 4-
4 which the pardons were printed 4-
4- were fraudulent.
4 4- 4- 4-
AUTO ON RAMPAGE
Wild Hide of an. American Artist in
Havana Ends in Serious
NEW YORK, March 1. James T.
Breese, a wealthy New York artist, and
Honore Laino of Havana, have been
Injured in an automobile accident, ac
cording to nn American dispatch from
the latter city.
The party is said to have been run
ning at a high speed toward Bahla,
when, upon rounding a sharp curse,
Lalne's machine collided with a mount
ed policeman. The Breese party, ln-
.1..JJ TXT TT TTo norVil 1 f Tr "OT RfW-
ard "Webb and others, with four motors,
was following closely.
Lalne's forty-horse-power machine
struck and killed the policeman's horse.
After running several hundred yards on
practically two wheels, it topppled over
and spilled the occupants down a steep
embankment. So close together were
the four motors that the Breese ma
chine collided with the crippled racer
and he was also thrown down the em
bankment. Reports as to the extent of
the Injuries sustained by Breese and
Laine vary. The latter sustained) the
worst hurts, however.
Laine was charged before the Span
ish war with having sent to an Ameri
can newspaper lotters charging Gen.
Weyler with knowledge of the plot to
wreck the battleship Maine. He was
arrested, but was released through the
Intercession of Gen. Lee. then Consul
Greneral at Havana.
QUESTION IN IDAHO
Suit Involving1 the Legality of the
"Two-Mile Limit" Law to Bo
Taken to Federal Court.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE. Ida., March i. In an opinion
handed down yesterday the Supreme court
reaffirmed its former decision upholding
tho constitutionality of what is known as
the two-mile limit law, which prohibits
the grazing of sheep within two miles of
the house of a sottlcr, tho aggrieved settler
being given the right to recover damages.
Justlco Stockolager dissented.
John McMillan, president, and Montlo
B. Gwlnn, secretary of tho Wool-growers'
association, expressed surprise. Mr.
Gwlnn said; "Wo intend to tako tho caao
to the Supremo court of tho United States.
Tho question 13 different from that of
Sweet va, Ballcntino, decided a short tlmo
ago. That caso was one in which tres
pass on tho land of the plaintiff was clear
ly shown and admitted.
"This caso Ir ono of feeding sheop within
two mlloa of the ranch or dwelling of tho
President McMillan said that the con
tention of tho wool-growers Is that the
two-mllo limit law Is In fact class legis
lation It provides that sheep shall not
graze within two miles of tho residence of
a settler, whllo, bo far as the law Is con
cerned, cattle may graze up to tho very
The aheepmen, ho said wero bitterly on
posed to belnfr discriminated against In
this way Mr McMillan said further
that It would romaln for the Federal court
to say whother any Stato can legislate ro
as to exclude sheep from tho public do
main. The dofonic admit all tho facts, but
claimed that as the land on which tho
grass grew la Government land their
Bhccp had as much right to the grass as
had Waiting's cattle, and that the Con
stitution of tho United Statos forbids anv
Stato from passing a law such as tho ono
POSTAL CHANGES IN
IDAHO AND NEVADA
3Y A. F. PHILIPS.
National Hotol, L
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1. j
The Coeur d'Alono. Idn., and Spokane
railway poatofflce has been discontinued.
John A. Johnson, Jr., haa been commis
sioned postmaster at Tyson, Ida.
Star service schedule fro.-n Battle Moun
tain to Austin, Nov will on and after tho
3rd Inst bo run thrco times per week.
Twenty-flvo hours will bo given to mako
tho trip each way
Tho leava of aWnce herotofore granted
FiBt Lieut. Andrew C. Wright, Twelfth
infantry, la extended ono month and ho Is
granted permission to apply for a further
extension of two month.
Business Changes at Boiso.
Special to Tho Tribune
BOISE, Tdaj. March 1,-H B. Eastman,
Goorgo w. Fletcher and Romor Teller
havo bought out tho Flotohcr-Steon Hard
ware company. The business will bo
managed by Mr. Fletcher.
Tho samo men aro negotiating for the
Lorce, Eiufitman & Teller company It is
ANOTHER BIG GOAL
Inability of Oporators and Miners-to
Agree to a Scale Looks
INDIANAPOLIS, March 1- At the
conference of miners and operators of
the central competitive district today
an Ohio delegate moved that the scale
now in effect be readopted. The oper
ators voted against readoptlon, while
the miners favored it.
President Mitchell then presented a
series of resolutions, "which," ho said,
"represent the demands of the miners."
F. L. Robblns, leader of the operators,
argued that the condition of the times
and tho necessity of meeting competi
tion require a reduction of 15 per cent
from tho present scale of wages.
President. Mitchell replied to Mr.
Robblns. He confined his remarks to
the argument for a reduction mado by
Mr. Robblns and then said emphatical
ly: "It may bo the parting of the ways,
as Mr. Robblns says, but for my part,
I know what I am going to do."
This statement was Interpreted by
the convention to mean that the de
mands of the mine operators would not
be acceded to.
During the recess R. L. Robblns,
leader of the operators, said: "It looks
like a strike. The operators will make
no concessions absolutely none. It is a
reduction or strike."
President Mitchell said" "On Mr.
Robbins's statement before the conven
tion it does look like a strike. I ex
pressed myself during my address and
I shall certainly adhere to that."
The question was called on the adop
tion of Mr. Robbins's resolution for
a reduction of 16 per cent In wages.
While the vote was being taken Mr.
Robblns moved the entire question be
referred1 to the scale committee, to
gether with the entiro question of fbcing
a scale, and that the scale committee
be not Instructed except that It take
Into consideration, In trying to arrange
a scale, present conditions as they exist.
President Mitchell explained to the
miners that he did not think it made
any difference whether the instructions
clause carried or not. The motion pre
vailed and the convention adjourned
until Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
THINKS MINISTER CAN
REMAIN TOO LONG
NEW YORK. March 1. Dr. Roderick
Terr". for nearly twenty-five years pas
tor of the South Reformed church In this
city, has tendered his resignation. His
only reason 13 the expressed belief that
there Is such a thlnjr as a minister re
maining too long In one church.
Dr. Terry Is ono of the best-known cler
gymen of the Dutch-Roformcd church In
this country and hlB church Is the oldest,
as well as one of the wealthiest, In New
York. He 1h widely known for his advo
cacy of what he called "worshipful
music." Ho possesses a largo personal
fortune, on which ho has drawn for years '
to support a famous choir of fifty voices,
f riving concerts every Sunday afternoon
n South church.
WORLD'S FAIR WORKERS
OUT ON A STRIKE
ST. LOUIS, March 1. One thousand
men employed by the Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition company as laborers
on landscape, road building, track lay
ing and other forms of work at the
world's fair, struck today against a re
duction in wagea
KANSAS CITY, March 1. Union
truck drivers to the number of over
400 struck today. Union officials as
sert that before tomorrow the full
strength of the union. 800, will be In
volved. The men ask an increase in
wages, a day of ten and one-half hours,
six days to constitute a week, and that
only union men be employed. The
transfer men, anticipating violence,
have provided for police protection, and
numerous permits for non-union men to
carry revolvers have been granted.
FOR CASHING TWO
Young Man: at "Weiser, Ida., Has a
"Good Time" and Is
Nov? in Jail.
Special to The Tribune.
WEISER, Ida., March 1. W. F. Buck,
a young man who has been employed for
several months at the mining camp of
Ford Bros, at Blaok Lakes, was arroated
this morning, charged with having forged
the namo of Sim Ford to two checks for
Ono of tho checks was caBhed by J, W.
Cox, a hotol man, who gavo Buck tho full
amount for it. The other was cashed by
C. W. Jewell, a saloon man, who gavo
htm all tho money ho had at the tlmo.
Buck had been drinking and gambling
all night, and when arrested had only J16
left. Ho la now in Jail awaiting prelim
IN AN IDAHO CASE.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 1. The judg
ment or the Circuit court for tho district
of Idaho was affirmed In tho caso of
Ioaao J. LowIb vs. M. C. Clark, rccelvor
for tho American Building and Lofln as
sociation. The action grew out of tho attempt on
the part of Receiver Clark to foreclose a
mortgage of $5(0) which tho lnaolvent as
sociation held on proporty hold by Lewis.
Lowis contended that Clark had no right
to forecloBo tho mortgage on tho ground
that ho was appointed a receiver by a
The Appcllato court held that the Cir
cuit court was right In deciding that thov
had tho right to recognize or reject a rc
celvor appointed by a court of tholr jurisdiction.
PERJURY CHARGE AGAINST
A JETT JUROR FAILS.
CYNTHIANA, Ky., March 1. Tho caso
of Juror King, who Bervod in tho trial of
Jctt and White, convicted of tho murder
of J. B. Mnrcum. was ended today by n
verdict of not guilty. The charge against
King was pcrjui,
UNCLE SAM'S BALANCE
SHEET FOR FEBRUARY
4- WASHINGTON, March 1 Tho
monthly comparatlvo statement -of
-- tho Government receipts and ex-
-f penditurcs show that for tho'month. -f
-- of February, 19M, the total receipts
4- woro 5-15.K6.406 and the expenditures -f
-f $42.6.S1,7T2, leaving a surplus for tho
month of $3,240,634.
For February. 10, tho surplus
-f Tho receipts from the several
sources of revenue arc given qb fol-
Cutoms, 520,TM,&iD; decrease, $1,-
Internal revenue, JIS.057,921; in-
4- crease, $2,000,000. 4-4-
Miscellaneous, $7,032,S3o; Increase, 4-4-
Tho expenditures on account of 4-4-
tho War department show an in- 4-4-
crease of $1,000,000: on account of 4-4-
the Navy department an Increase of 4-'4-
51,000,000. For the eight months of 4-4-
the present fiscal year the receipts 4-4-
exceeded the expenditures by $4,- 4-4-
NEWS AND PERSONAL
NOTES FROM NAMPA
Special to Tho Tribune.
NAMPA, Ida., March 1. The Nampa
Leader announces that It will change
from a scml-wcckly to a trl-weekly. Sam
uel Hazlo Hurst, an Kastern newspaper
writer, has been engaged and will have
charge of Its editorial columns.
The Lender will boom Edward IT.
Dewey of Nampa for tho Republican nom
ination for Governor Tho Leader will
probably publish dally later In the cam
paign. Fred J. Dawe of Milwaukee has returned
to Nampa and resumed tho editorship of
F. J. Conroy of Nampa has secured an
option on tho Black Warrior mine In El
moro county and goes East In a few days
to place It vlth a Mllwaukco syndicate.
A. B. Mos3 of Payottc and P. P. Shelby
of the P. & I. N. at Weiser are hero on
KILLS A FUGITIVE
Special to The Tribune.
EVANSTON. Wyo.. March 1 -Yesterday
afternoon at Komnierer. a drunken Fin
lander, a stranger In tho place, whoso
namo Is unknown, entered a private house
nnd terrorized the Inmates, driving tho
entire family from the house.
Deputy Sheriff Richard MoDormnld was
called to the scene and when he attempted
to arrest the man the latter started to
The officer called upon him to halt, but
ho kept on going. The officer then fired,
Intending only to frighten tho man.., Tho
bullet struck some hard substance and
glancing struck the man In the back, com
ing out tho breast, killing him almost In
stantly. Deputy Sheriff Jonathan Jones and
County Attorney David Thomas of this
city havo gone to Kemmcrer to Investi
gate tho affair.
SALT LAKE WELSHMEN
CELEBRATE AT DENVER
Special to The Tribune.
, DENVER. Colo., March 1. The Cam
brian society of Colorado, composed of
prominent Welshmen, this evening ccl6
brated tho twenty-fifth anniversary of Its
oxlslonco by a banquet, specchmnking and
Among the Invited guests wore John
James, Clerk of Salt Lake county; W. Q.
Wilson, Commissioner of Weber county,
Ogden, and T. F. Thomas of tho Sallalr
company. Salt Lake.
Mr. James delivered an address on "The
Welshmen of America."
The Smoot Investigation.
No matter how tho case may termi
nate, the Investigation into the case of
Senator Reed Smoot of Utah by the
Senate Committee on Privileges and
Elections, in Washington, and the visit
tho coming summer to Utah by a sub
committee of that committee, will prove
exceedingly interesting to all citizens
of this State, of Idaho, Wyoming and
other Stutes. The proceedings will
appear In The Tribune in full.
Subscribe for The Tribune immedi
ately and miss none of these important
It has been announced officially that
this investigation will prove so com
prehensive as to Involve all of the ac
tual and alleged Interests and conduct
of the Mormon church.
"MOONSHTNURS" FIGHT TO
DEATH IN KENTUCKY,
OWINGSVILLE, Ky., March l.-An un
confirmed rumor reached hero tonight that
a battlo was waged today In tho moun
tains of Knott county oetween moon
shiners and reveriuo men.
According to tho rumor William and
John Haddix, moonshiners, were killed
nnd Jack Combs, a moonshiner, was fa
tally woundod. Ono deputy marshal was
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Known in Musio
at Reduced Prices
Carstensen & Anson Co.
Temple of Musio.
?4 MAIN STREET
Formerly Dayaea Music. Company
QUITE AN IMPROVEMENT
Over the old tallow dip Is tho modern
electric light. And there aro other elec
trical devices that show qulto as much
advancement Lot us demonstrate some
of them to you at our atoro.
BY THE WAY,
Is there something out of order In" some
of your electric apparatus at the house or
office? We will call down to fix It any day
you eay. Our repair charges aro never
I. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Elcctrlo Wlrlnc and Fixtures.
103 East First South. Telephone 752.
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
For Infl&nmtlftn or 0tsrrb
of th BUdder and DUeuod
Kldnti. tie euro bo pr
Cmrei VKlokl? aad Perxia
atiM? th 70rst ovi ot
GoBorrhoasv and S)iCt,
mo BistUrof hoirlor atone
lnr, Abiolntolr hancleii.
Bold ky drarirUU. Pilot
81.00, or by aall, po-ld,
THE SAHTAL-PEP3IH CO.,
F. J. HILL DRUG CO,. Salt Lako City.
NOTICE TO "WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City,
Utah, Feb. 2C. 1&M. Notice Is hereby given
that Irving M. Hlgley, whoso nostofflce
address Is Salt Lake City, Utah, has made
application In accordance with the re
quirement of chapter 100 of the Session
Laws of Utah. 1903, to appropriate eight
tenths (8-lOths) of a second-foot of water
flowing from threo certain springs sit
uated In lot 2. block -15, Ten-acro Plat A,
Elg Field survey, Salt Lako county, Utah,
which springs aro tributary to the Mill
crook branch of Jordan river. The water
lfe to be diverted by moans of dams and
ditches Into ponds at various places on
said dcHcribed lot. whero it will bo used
continuously from January 1st to Decem
ber .list. Inclusive, of each year for do
mestic purposes and for supplying said
ponds with the water necessary . for the"
spawning and propagating of fish, and
also for ueo In Irrigating said described
lot from April 1st to October 1st of each
year. This application contemplates that
water equivalent to ono-clghth (1-Sth) of
the combined flow from tho springs will
bo consumed and that tho remaining
seven-eighths (7-Sths). after having passed
through the fish ponds of tho applicant,
will be returned to the natural channel
leading from said springs to Mill creek
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating the reasons thorofor.
must be made In writing and filed In this
offlco after thirty (30) days and before
sixty (60) days from the date hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS. Stato Engineer.
First publication Feb. 26; last. Mar. 26th.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main nnd South Templo Sts.,
Salt Lako City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B PRESTON, Ice-Proaldent
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invited.
J. E, Cosprlff. Pres. E. W. Wilson. Cashier.
OPEN AN ACC6UNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P Noblo Vlco-Prcsldonta.
A. H. PeaW dy, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO S CO. BANK
Salt Lnke City, Utah.
Th Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
8urplua ... Jli.379,000
Undivided Profits I
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic end forelcn.
Direct connections with banka In all
principal clUes.of the world.
Draft. On all
Lettera of Credit. prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. ) cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER. Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. AflaL Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1SIL 160 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO . . , v .
The Mercantile Agency,
GEORGE RUST. Genoral Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office In ProsroBa bldg.. Salt Lake City,
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, J200.000.00.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1S59. Incorporated 1901
Transact a General Banking Business
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JJESEEET NATIONAL BANE;
UNITED STATE'S DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Capital, 9500,000. Surplus, 9250,000
I. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, B. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asut. Cashier.
Bafo deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY....Vlce-Presl(3ent
W, F. ADAMS Caahlor
CAPITAL PAID IN, JSOO.OOQ.
Banking: In all lto branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cltlea
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
IJcOOBNICK & CO.,
Salt lako City, Utah. '
California Mining and Milling company
of Nevada. Principal place of business In
Utah. 221 South West Temple street. Salt
Lake City. Location of mines. Uintah
tr.lnlng dlatrlot. Park Olty, Summit coun
Notloe-. There ara delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
aasossment No. 6 of 8 cents por ohoro,
levied on the 2Sth day of December, 1803,
tho Bovoral amount sot opposite tho
names of the rcapectrveV sharcholdera, as
follows, to wit: '
. Namo. ctf. No. Shares. Amt.
D. D. Hlokey 1 2(0 16.00
W. A. Sherman 8 300 24.00
E. M. Conroy 12 1.100 E.00
W. H. Mclntyre
14 to 17 Inc. 3,600 283.00
J H. Belfuso 18 400 32.00
M. W. Lannlng V) 100 S.OO
N, A. Lovo 21 D00 10.00
O. G. Fallqulat 26 300 8.00
John H. Llnck G 600 40.00
F. B. Fox 28 400 32.00
R. G. Ro&camp 32 500 40.00
8. L. Brlok 43 & U 1,600 120.00
Hugh McKay 45 COO 40.00
L. J. Gentlne 40 400 32.0)
Emma Combaw ..' 47 50 4.W
Jamos A, Pollock & Co.
.... 62 to E3 lna SOO 6-1 00
W- V. Rice 71 600 40.00
May Bailey 81 100 8.00
E. H. Ahrons 85 COO 40.00
Elizabeth Patterson 89 40 8.20
Nanoy Pattorson 91 100 S.00
Lewie H. Pyle 96 200 16.00
Petor S. Pylc 97 & 93 3TO 21.00
Harold S. Pylo 100 200 16.00
Evallne Pylo 104 100 8.00
.tienry .ryio ivi siw io.uu
Cornollu3 J. Miller 103 100 8.00
CornclluB J Miller 112 100 8.00
Sheets & Thompson ... 118 500 40.00
C. W. Hartley ....120 & 121 1,000 80.00
C. W. Hartlev 123 600 40.05
C. W Hartloy 120 GOO 40.00
C A Granccr 136 1,000 80.00
A. M. Carter 143 & 144 2,000 160.00
M T Jamison 146 300 24 00
George Beard 149 600 48.00
Ann Cluff 155 & 1M 1,600 120.C0
Frank Gllroy 177 1,000 M.00
Mm. E. M. Bromley ... 173 200 16.00
Frank A. Brown 181 WW 40.00
Sherman Fargo 183 1,000 EO.CO
J. H. Bean 190 650 E2.0O
W A. Adams 191 1,003 80 03
J B. Milan 193 600 40.00
Van M. Hlxson 194 100 8.00
A D Packard 196 ICO 8.00
W H, Freeman 203 500 40.00
J. H. Skllllcorn 209 1,000 80.00
Mrs, J. W White 210 125 10.00
Irinda Watson 211 100 S.OO
James Mouldln 213 1,000 80.00
W. T. Mauldln 214 4 00 32 J0
Martha W. Lannlng ... 218 200 16.00
L M. Plorce 221 203 15,00
Hazel Shocbrldgo 226 50 4.00
E. P. Denlson 227 200 16.00
Edward Graefmlller ... 2-12 2.000 160.00
S. C. Snyder 243 J00 40.00
Mrs. Elizabeth Dicks .. 217 l.OW 0.00
251 to 253 Inc. 200 21.00
Hudson Sons Co 255 500 40.00
M. S. Pendorgast 257 100 .00
M S. Ponderfroat
9 to 231 Inc. 3)0 21 00
E. M. Roberts 231 00 40.00
F J. Hewlett 2S4 103 S.OO
Delia R. Snow 237 600 40.00
James A. Pollock & Co..
.. .; 2S0 to 232 inc. 300 24.00
Walter James 296 1.000 80.00
S. L Brick 203 1,500 120 00
O. F. Wall 305 2CO 16.00
Grace S McMillan 307 100 8.00
J. R. Hodson .3:2 ICO 8.00
C F. Golot - 323 100 8.00
Hudson Sons Co 326 500 40 CO
Mrs. ChrlBtlna Stcffler ..332 CO 4.03
George W, Stcffler1 333 50 4.00
W H. Clark 337 160 3.00
B. F. Caffey 339 3.0CO 80.00
Barnett & Lanslcy 11 600 40.00
John Madden 343 100 8.00
R. G. Roscamp ... 834 & 3S5 1,000 80.00
W. E. Traughbcr 3S 200 16.00
Michael & Sargent 397 100 S.OO
Georgo W. Emery 393 100 S.OO
Hudson Sodb Co 3i3 600 40.00
Hudson Sons Co .,. 41S 100 8.00
Mory McCardell . 414 200 16.00
M. B Sowles 423 &. 4S4 200 16.00
Hudson Sons Co 434 600 40.00
Hudson Sons Co 43S 100 S.OO
Hudson Sons Co HI 100 S.OO
H, M. Moran 44C & 447 200 16.00
R. G. Roocamp 449 100 8.00
W. E Traughber 451 100 8.00
M. S. Pendergast
157 to 459 Inc. 6.S0O 424.00
Mrs. Emma Combaw ... 4S7 100 3 00
Shoets &. Thompson 492 200 16.00
Maurice Ennla 496 500 40.W
John Edgan BOO 100 8.03
Shoots & Thompson .... E01 600 40.00
Hudson Sons Co 502 500 40.00
J. H Hamlin 605 600 . 40.00
R. Gardlnea 609 100 S 03
J. Barnett 617 600 40,00
Herman Hill 521 203 16.03
John B. Read 623 1,603 120.00
C C. HlGClns 626 ICO S.OO
Dr. H. A. Anderson
551 to 560 Inc. 1,000 80.00
H. B. Colo 565 ICO , 8.00
Byron Papo 671 100 8.00
Susie A. Langton 6S5 100 8.00
Blanoha 3. Mariin.6S0 & 6S7 200 16.00
Chajice McKendrlck .... 590 100 8. CO
Mrs J. D. Thompson....
591 & 692 3.000 180. CO
Hudson Sons Co 599 100 8.03
Mrs. J. F. Richardson.. C02 200 16.00
B. F Bauer, trustee. .. 011 750 60.00
Amos Moshcr 616 100 8.00
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L 167 S. W. Templo
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M Located. In Heart of tho Business M
M arid Thoator Districts. ra
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New Wilson 1
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I Rates: JL00 to ?3.00 per day. 9
Popular Priced RcBtaurant. j
m 200 Rooms, with Telephone, Hot X!
and Cold Runnlne Water. Sixty W
a Private Baths. JH
Elk Liquor CoM I
M Salt Lako Agents for jtt
WM. J. LEMP SHEWING CO.'S !
8 St, Louis Draught and W
I Bottled Boer. 1
R 'Ph. ono 2085-X. Corner -Statu 5j
I and Fir fft South. M
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Can bb 'bQUght at any dealer I
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Namo. Ctf. JsTo. Shares. Amt. ; '.fl
L. C. Johnson 620. 100 3.08 I Ijl
J. S. Dixon ... 021 200 16. 00' l
Thomas Drage 627 250 20.00 1 BH
William Gray 631 100 8.03 , KH
Sheets & Thompson.... G43 100 S.00: ' BH
B. W. Dixon COT 100 6.00' ' HH
S. S. Howard 061 103 8 00' i
W. B. Audrbwa C63 103 S.OO IIH
IS", A. Page 60S 100 8.03, llH
H. B. Cole Co 634 1C0 8.00 IH
E. J. Waugh CS7 100 8.00! IH
H. 8 Joseph 70J & 705 200 16 00' ,!H
Sheets & Thompson ... 706 100 8.00 ItH
F. D. Hlffglnbotham, JV707 100 8.00 IH
G. L. Kornor 721 109 8J3 , IH
l Shoots & Thompson ... 722 600 40.00 KH
H. B. Cole Co 727 & 728 200 16.00 IH
E. A. Hartenstdn 731 100 8.00 I
Barnett & Langlcy 735 100 8 00 1H
Hudson Sons Co. ...728 1 733 200 16.00 I , SH
J. S. Ferris 743 600 40.00 , gM
Henrietta Roscamp ftH
746 & 747 250 20.00 , - IH
Hudson Sons Co 748 100 8.00 . MH
H. B. Cole Co , 766 100 8.00 WM
O.J Salisbury. .. .757 & 768 200 1C,0.X 'IH
E. M. Weat 761 200 16.03
Sheets & Thompson . 781 203 16.00
E. M. Went 785 100 8.00)
O. J. Sa:. -ury, trustee 1
788 to 792 Inc. 900 72.00
Hudson Sons Co . 795 103 8.00
Hudson Sons Co . . 797 103 8.00
Hudson Bonn Co 804 103 8.03
E. M. Conroy 812 600 40 00 HH
G E. Adams,... Slit 1,000 80.00 Hl
H. B. Colo Co 24 100 S.OO Hl
B. F. Baber .. . R32 503 40 00 BH
B. F. Bauer 833;, S9 1,000 80.00 mM
H. B. Cole Co S44 103 8.00 WM
H. B. Cole Co 851 103 8.00 ll
J S. Forrls 100 8 00
Shoots & Thompson ... 862 100 8 00 IB
J. S. Ferris ...872 100 8 00 ,
H. B. Cole Co 877 100 8 00 ' lH
E. P. Denlson 879 300 24.00 I1 WM
M. M. Miller' . S3T. ICO 8.03, 1 HH
J. S. Forrls SS3 103 8.00 1 MM
J. S. Ferris 890 103 8 03 fltH
N. A. Page 894 103 8 03 WM
M. M Mluer . 899 103 8.03,
M. M. Miller ....901' & 902 203 18.00
C. E. Coulter 907 1.003 S0.O3 WM
E. M. Conroy '.. 903 1,000 80.00
M. S. Pendcrgant 911 500 40,00 WM
Hudson Sons Co...-. 914 100 8,00 H
X. A. Pago 923 500 40.00 H
C. W. Hartley S45 600 40.03 i WM
C, W. Hartley HH
...........947 to 956 lno. 4.W0 360.00 KH
C. W. Hartley 953 COO 40.00 KH
C. W. Hartley ....661 & 63 1.000 SO CO! WM
C. W, Hartley W, 600 40.00 fflM
C. W. Hartley ; 970 COO 4000
C. W. Hartley . JH
974, 970 to 1000 inc. 13003 1,040.00
E. M. Conroy 1031 400 83.00
C. W. Hartley . 1004 600 40.00
O. W. Compton . , 1011 300 24.00 .
Hudson Sons Co J013 100 B CO ,
N. A. Pago .-1021 503 40.00 JM
John A. Williams 1038 2.000 160.00,
F. 9. Fox ....JlOa 400 3S.00. ' '
N A. Page ....1045 and 1015 1,003 SO.O?
Ml M, Mllsr 4059 600 40.00
C. E. Coulter -1094 600 40.00 I
C. S. Carter .1066 to 1053 Vno 2,000 160.M.
M. M. MUler ...1070 and 1071 200 16,00 frH
W. W. Armstrong.. . llM
1079 to IOSt lno, 300 M.VJ I
N. A. Pago JOSS 31000 80.00 .
G. B. Taylor ..... ,1034 603 40.03 j
N A. Pace . i6 200 10.00
M. M. Miller -.1059 100 S.OO
L. M- Harwood --. 10SS 2,000 SO. 03 , hH
Mrs W. H. Dodgo . 1091 100 8.00 ijl
Ada. Burns . 10?5 103 8.00 f IH
E. P. Denlson UM 203 24.03
H. H. Ahfcns - ,..1104 250 20.00 ill
L. J. Gontine ..-UOS 200 ltt.CO jH
Clarence Hagaman ...1117 1,000 0.03
H C. Sorenson ..- HIS 600 40.00
W. 8 Lockhart . 11 21" 200 16.00; 'H
W. H. Bramel . 1125 6,000 480.00
B F. Caitey .. - ..115S 2,003 1600 jfH
C Y Claweon ..,........1129 300 24.00 jH
H F Hanson ...J136 & 1137 1,003 0.00, IH
James Fowlls 1123 & 1139 1,000 80.0) , IH
Sarah E. Cook :
.1140 to 1142 lno 2,103 168.00 ! H
JM. ForTestall 4143 1,000 83.09 h
N. A. Page U51 S00 40.03 i
M. M. MUler 1162 100 S.03
M. M. Miller ....1104 600 40.00 fM
J L. Sheota .... 4173 1.500 120,00 fH
H. B. Cole Co .117-; 500 40.CO li ''H
D M. Leonard 1176 300 24.00 ,
Frank Ball 1"9 0O3 24.03 J ,
A. H. DeLong 41S0 000 40.03 J JH
M R. Brothers 1182 4.400 253.CO, 3 H
Pehl Von Ehrenhalm ..1186 250 20.00 ' It "dM
E. G. Soxman US7 200 16.00 1$
C H. Oatroll .4188 600 40.00 If lH
B J. Raddatz 1191 .000 160.00 W iM
S'G. Saxman T 1193 S03 64.00 SH
Rose E. Davis 1193 200 16.03 I
A M. Carter 1194 300 21.0 ; JH
James A. PolloaTc & Co .1195 2,000 160.01 ,, lM
W W. RlveTB U90 1,000 60.0c I)
C W Hartley,. 11D7 1400 83,,Oi( ;
Joaies Rudollat .1163 600 40.O3J ;
B F. Bauor, truBteo .U59 87450 W72.W f :H
M. S. Pondergast 1200 1,000 SO.0O '-H
And In accordnnco with law and the or- . iH
der of the board of trustees of said cor- I 'H
poratlon, made on said 28th day of Decern- (
ber, 1903, so many shares of caoh parcel of , f jH
etook as may bo necessary to pay said as- H'H
sessment, with costs of advortlBlng- and 1 !
sal'-, will be Bold at publla auction at tho I'H
offlco of the company, No. 2S1 South "VVS I'H
Templo street. Silt Lake City, Utah, at 3 itH
o'o'ock p. ro. on Saturday, tho 27th d&y cH rH
Psiiruary, 1904, to pay said aflseasmont .
.and costs, W. L SNYDER. IB
Dated January-O, 1904. liW
By order of tho board of-irastoea tho
abovo solo 1b postponed until Monday, tha M
29th day of February, 1904, at 2 o'clock p.
m.. at tho same place. H
Y, I. SNYDER Searfcary. I
By order of the board of trustees tho H
aboVo salo Is pontponed until Thursday, H
the 3rd day of March. HOI, at 5 o'clock p. H
m., at the samo place. H
U4 W. I. SNYDER. Secretary. .
DR. C W. HIGGINS
Haa o -of the very latost XBay rnd !
Eleotrlcol Maohlbcs In hit) offloo.
Electrla B&tha and all of the very latest ijH
troatmontu eivon. In tha most solentlfio jH
SALT IiAKE EH
Microscopic Medical Institute H
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6T. ELMO HOTEL, IH
jOornon Uain and TbiM South, jjH
Sos practloed In Salt Lako City for twen- jH
ty-flvo years, and the wonderful and well'- M
established cures he haa effcoted In that 1
time provo the scientific principles on ' iM
which his medicines aro compounded. , H
Forming diagnosis by the aid of tho mi- M
Croscope onabloc him to detect tho prl- H
mary oauso of dlscofles and effect a
radical cure Tho doctor has cured thou- IH
sands of cases of . jH
Norvoua DobUity, Mental and Physl-
col "Weakness and Nervous jH
'And will forfeit $500 for any caso taken
Under his treatment which he falls to M
All classes of prlvato diseases crnredfand , '
all old, lingering diseases, whloh vitlato I' fM
tho blood and impair the systexn, thor- H
pughly and permanently cured. Liver and H
kidney complaint cured. All olassas of H
fib oured. Tapeworm removed with hea H
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