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At At200 2200 Feet Deep Drills Re Refuse ¬
fuse to Work WorkWILL
V f
The GuffeyGaley V syndicates first firstvicll
vicll cIL in tho th Farmlngton gas and oil oilfield
field fourtetn milas north or O the city cityhus
haM beLt abandoned ana no n further furthervork rurtherwork
work will be done until April 1 next
1 Jhls his is the theannQuneznent announcement made by W
11 Runtbaugh the syndicates expert
driller who came from the well yester ¬
day morning The casing is now being beln
vlthflifcvn from the bore and within a
few days the rig employed win be
housedfor houo1 ror the wlnterand Mr Rum Rumbaugh
baugh and his h1 family will leave for or
Bat BatOn on Tex where he will operate tm tmiil
iil i2 the time comes to resume prospect prospectiisr prospect1ig
iisr here Regarding hiswork his worl in this
field during thir1n tic post eleven months
Mi M Rumbaugh said saidIt
It has b been en impossible to keep the theirescnt
irescnt well true It is no longed longeipo1 possi possible ¬
ble to Operate the rotary and there Is Isnothing
nothing left tt t > do G In that wall A
depth of 2200 feet has been attained attainedand
and ru a port portion ion of the formation through throughwhich
which we have passed has looked very veryi
vIIeLagi1 Thfle14 1 cgisfdr tIS a
V gooil i gnmoie itm11e one that is I worthy rthy of
being thoroughly tried out and I have havenot
not the least doubt that work will be ber3u
r3u rernlmel dd by Messrs Gtiffey and Galey
in the spring I put in last winter winterthere
there and I do not care to tackle it itagain
again Ittook 1t took me several months to toget
get the well down the first SOO OO feet feetand
and d the work was very expensive I Icould
could have accomplished as much in
tvfo or o throe weeks had I waited until untilspring
spring opened I feel that I can do
better by those who employ me and
better by myself hy going south for fortho
the winter and that I shall do Just as assoon
soon as a I get everything in shape to
leave or In about two v veeks eeks eeksAir
Air Kumbaugh has been an untiring untirin
worker since lie began operations at atthe
the Farmlngton well and while the
formation was entirely new to him and andwhile
while llIIe encountered numerous and at attimes
times most aggravating obstacles he hesurmounted
surmounted them one after another anotheruntil
until conditions which it was impossi impossible lmpossiV lmpossiblO ¬
ble to control threw his well so far out outof
V of line that the drills could not be op ¬
fated Through the knowledge gained gainedin
in this th1 Well he says he has no doubt doubtof
of his ability to to accomplish much more morein moreIn
in tee next one and with any kind of
luck In a great deal less time timeThat timeThat
That the big b1 operators have not de decided ¬
cided to quit the field entirely may be betakon
takon aa evidence that the sinking of ofthe
the first well has been fruitful of tech technical ¬
nical results at any rate The knowl knowlfl
edge fl ft gained of course Mr Rumbaugh
has kept to himself and the operators operatorsIn
In whose service he is That he would wouldconsent wouldCOnSent
consent to make it public is not to be beexpected beexpected
expected though he has from time to totime totime
time spoken of the gasbearing and andother andother
other gtratas through whlcji thedrills thedrillsMve the drills drillsliY
Mve liY passed In general ierinsL terms Next Nextmr Nextear
> mr It is hoped Mrj Rumbaugh will willl
l 1 successful in bringing in a gusher gusherEICH
kThreo Feet of 100Ounc J Hock on onDrain onV
V Drain Tunnel Level LevelEred LevelIretl
Ered H Davis who returned from a atr atrf
tr trf to Park City Thursday night says saysfhft yn ynf
fhft f liveliest kind of interest Is being beingmanifested
manifested at camp ove ovei a recent dis disilosuro distiosure
ilosuro on the Ontario drain tunnel tunnellevel i ilevel
level of the Daly mine The other day dayV
Mr Davis reports over three feet of offine offlfle V
fine or ore was ws encountered and driven driventifrough i ithrough
through In pushing the draintunnel draintunneln drain tunnel tunnelfl
n its itV way toward the DalyWest As Assays AsV ¬
says ay made on the ore at the Park Parkfhows V V VhowS
fhows it to contain over 100 ounces sil silv I Iad
v r and about 14 per cent lead The TheOTP TheolVc
OTP carrie no zinc and this fact is isaken isaken
aken to mean a great deal as the therfraJn thedrain
drain tunnel cuts the Daly mine about aboutTftO abouti1
TftO i1 feet below its deepest old workings workingsThte workingsTIde
TIde is the third shoot of ore that thathas thathas
has been cut since the advancement bf bfthe of ofthe
the drain tunnel wag begun and as astfcere astbere
tfcere is still several hundred feotto feottoreached feet to torun
run V betnrv tho VDalyest lines
reached and the country being pen peixfirated penc4raLod
firated a lively one the talent at the thePark
Park are predicting great things for forih forV
ih IhA > mines fl5 future The work of driv driving driv1ig ¬ V
ing for the Maaeppa ore bodies from
1 ho Federal tunnel Is s still > tlll being pushed pushedbut
but Mr Davis did not learn what the thenditlons
nditlons there were though the be belief beir ¬ V
lief ir at camp was that connections connectionswould connectionswould
would be made in the hear future futureNow futureNewYork
Now NewYork York Mr Day DaRi ft said wad fa favorably ¬
vorably commented upon and the unan unantmou an animou V
tmou oplnfiw fl4 at camp Is that it is the theim
im iimt ft likely looking proapect in thedis thedistri thedistiii
tri t In expressing that opinions he hesaid lca1d
said a1d the American Flag Ieg wasnot count countd countdtt
d dtt it was already conceded that that thatwa
1 vns wa a mine and a good one oneF V
F Everything very thing about the DalyJudge DalyJudgeMill DalyJudgtiiiitl VI I V
Mill was being brushed up the machin
9 cry > ry waa being oiled and the impres impression ImpresRkn ¬
sion at camp Mr Davis declared was wasit w wIt
it would not be long till the plant went wentfnto
into commission though it might he hetrat h h1at i
trat things were only being put Jr Jrfor n nshipshape
shipshape for the winter winterSAVING winterSAVING
Process Using Oil Oilasa as a Separator In Introduaed Introluced
troduaed on Snake Hiver HiverThe BiverThe
The Finley Bandy Manufacturing Manufacturingcompany Maiiufaeturinl4nlpaIIy
company of Boise Is erecting on Snake Snakeriver Shakriver
river one of the devices invented by byF b bF
F B Finley and D H I Bandy for forsaving 101saving
saving flour gold This is the most mosiriginaI i ioriginal
original idea id yet brought out for the thtnk j jv
v ork and V embraces a simple water waterconcentration wate1oneentratlon
concentration principle and an oil sep separation separatlon ¬
aration that might be likened to the theElmore th thElmore
Elmore process Since an attempt was wasmade wa
made to amalgamate Snake river flour flourgold flOwgnld V
gold which proved impracticable ow owing ¬
ing to the large quantity of material materialthat materJ 1
that passed over the plates and scoured scouredtiif ccoure I
tiif thm > m the Finley Bandy project has hasexcited ha haexelted I
excited great interest among those who whojive WhcL
V V3tre 3tre jive striving V to master this difficult difficultpt L
pt oblem oblemThe oblemThE
The concentrating device used first firstis UisiI
I is of the belt table type having nothing nothingnew nothinIow
new ow in thte tld respect and Is adjusted to tonave t
nave Ve both the coarse cubical black s and andand anc ancHIId I
and the fine ne gold As the Iron sand sandand sam samand
and ilour flourgold gold constitute a heavy pro proportion ro roportion ¬
portion of the flne material In a ariver SffaRe SffaReriver
river bur the duty o of the table Is Isheavy h hheavy
heavy heavyThe heavyThe
The heavy product clinging to the thebelt tlubelt
belt and carried against the water cur currenton ¬
renton reit on the table Is discharged into a alarger i t
larger tank Ulan usual at the head headf hea heaJf iI I
Jf f a Frue vanner The surface of the thewater tliiVVLtcr
water hi i this tank is kept covered with withriide vIt1 t trde
riide oil oiL As the Hue gold values come comeit con coni
it i contact with the oleaginous sub substance subIane ¬
stance aflhesion continues until the theoil th thoil
oil globules are borne to the bottom bottomby boUonby
by the Uardeu Qf f metal The agitating agitatingdevice I
device to 1 tlijte tank is not perfect in intho 11 11t I II
the experimental plant completed yet yetthe ye t
the owners state that they have peen peenabl Jee 1
abl to effect a remarkable separation separationif I
if C gold from the biaflfi biaflfiu b1ajQflcen b1ajQflcenva
va te If this thistu
tu tablo were nut thhthofbugi
u mixer as the ElZflVjEVP1 u ii 1 1
their t oil concentration work no doubt
is felt by engineers that the Snake Snakerivers
rivers r rf fine gold would be taken up
rp from f rom the Iron sand with groat dis dispatch ¬
patch p atch and economy TJie Elmore prin principle ¬
ciple c iple is nothing moreHlian more than utilization utilizationof
of o f the discovery that > 4he lustrous lustrousgrainsi
gt grainsi g of certain metals will adhere adhereto
to t gn o oil Fine grinding Is one of the thenecessary theecessary
necessary n conditions of effective say saving ¬
ing i iu ng with the Elmore people hence val values ¬
ues u es in hf Snake river bars which iira r rknown
ka known k nown as fine flour gold should V be beamenable
amenable a kp to the process without any anypreliminary
preliminary p treatment treatmentMINING
After A fter a Brisk Opening the Market MarketFlattened 1arketFlattenec
Flattened Out OutYesterdyg OutYeterday
Yesterdyg forenoon calls on change
developed lI l rather brisk trading at times
In I n the afternoon the market flattened out outand
and a ai nd aside from the little Interest shown shownn
in i n May Day nothing was done worthy of
mention m md The stocks that were dealt In
during d the day brought about the same sameon
p rices on the average as those prevailing
on O Ow n Thursday with a total of 31uTf shares sharesworth
worth w orth 4S 4tS7ii2 7D2 changing hands
Daly opened with the sale of 100 at 2CO 2COand
and a ae nd fiftyshare packages went at 265 and
5202 e a on n the open board DalyWest sold soldn
In I n odd lots at 51247 2474 to 512C2 while Co CoMay
l umbus Consolidated delivered 2O at L
May Day did business at 24c to 25c 25cclosing
closing c on a transfer at 24 24c ic Uncle lJnci Sam Samwas
wN was w as steady av a and close to 21ic 1tc while whileew
IMOW N ew York was sparingly ladled out at atand atnd
and a nd around 28c c For 5w Wabash the pur purchaser ¬
chaser c shelled out 65c and the balance balanceof
of o f the list held its own oriiFollowing
Following is i the list of final quotations quotationsand
and a nd record of sales made madeForenoon
I Forenoon II Afternoon AfternoonBid
t Bid lAskedU Eld ia jAaked jAakedAJax
A lice
AJax AJaxBBeck A jax l83 15 f i iBock
BBeck BBeckCarfoa B Bock I 100 I 100 100arIza
Carfoa CarfoaCreole t i I Ii4j1
Creole CreoleCon C CC reole l 40 40on
Con C on Mercur MercurDaly 5 35 1 I 26 31 31aly
Daly D aly ii 275 II 1 210 2S0 2S0alyJudge
DalyJudge DalyJudgeDalyWest D L60 y 600 600lt70
DalyWest DalyWestE D 1100 lt70 jflLSO fi V
E B B I IG 5L 100 t SB U
0G G Central CentralGalena 3i AJ l 310 310or io 400
Galena GalenaHorn G 06 t or
Horn H orn Silver SilverLittle 15k I 178 L l lfO
Little L ittle Bell BellMammoth o 100 iooammoth if i i167t
Mammoth MammothMay M ammoth 1 i3Wi 167t i67 1SO 1SOfpil 1T0
May M ay Day 21 i fpil 24W 24W4SO 2t4 43
OP Ontario OntarioPetro O ntario V 37j I 4SO 375 37 42
Petro P etro l lRoccoH I Ioccoli I 68
RoccoH RoccoHSilver R occoli 50 1 1ilver
Silver S ilver King I 5000 I 6300 IrfiOOO t J0O J0Oacramento
Sacramento S I 10 I 11 10 10owir 11
S ijver Shieldi l0j 10 I 10I 10Itar
SS owir S tar vuu Con i w i iSwansea i6 45 45is
Swansea S
i is i O
8 Swansea SwanseaSunshine 06
Sunshine SunshineU S unsii1n I 04 I
U 1 1 S Mining 2600 I 261 261Ttah 275 l 2611j 2700 2700tah
Ttah TtahUncle l tah I I Incie
Uncle t tV ncie Sam Sam1 24ft 24fti 26 < 1 24 I 25 251S6
i Victoria V I 185 io 22 22Boston 2Xi It 1S6 1S66J5
Boston B oston Con ConJ 625 6 7 7ButlerL 745 6J5 6 800 SO0utlerL
ButlerL B O OBeck 1 i 1 11 13 13OS
Beck B eck T Co t OS j 1 1Century 15 I OS O V Ventury 15
Century C entury 1 10 i 1 1Little 16it 07 15
LM Little L ittle Chief 0W oer 0 04 023 023007s O2 O2ar
Mar M ar Wash I JL JLNow 00ij 007s
Now N ow York i 23 2iI 5 5Tetro I 22
Tetro T otro I 19 19Victor 1 19 I 32 32rtc
Victor V ictor Con ConWabash I c i rtc o I IWabash n < 9
Wabash 40 I 6 6Yankee s 45 I Iankes 68
Yankee Y ConI Con I 36 Z ZScot 3 35 37 37oi 1Tcot
Scot S cot Chief Chiefa 1 1Ingot 11
Ingot I C CJoe 02 oi t toeBowers 01 V
Joe J oeBowers Bowers 01 01R 01 Ol OlAna
R Ana 01 01 t f fNevada
Nevada Stocks StocksJim Stocksim
Jim J im Butler ButlerTonoI 65 65MTono
MTono M TonoI j 160 f lSO lSOMacnamara 160 lS0
MacnamaraTonopah M Macnamara acimmara j I 21 21Tonopah l I
Tonopah TonopahTortoBel T I 9S7W 9S7WTortoBel I 950 950oiloBel I
TortoBel TortoBelTonoEx T oiloBelonoEx 60 t tMacnamara I 65 652CO
TonoEx TonoExTonoMId T 2CO 260onoMId i
TonoMId T 38 t 38 32 32Forenoon 5 38 38Poren
Forenoon Poren on Sales SalesAjax SalesAjax
Ajax 50014o 300143Jc Q0l4kc 50035c 50035cDalv SYkijlScV SYkijlScDaly V
Dalv 1000X260 1000X260Silver 1OO26OSilver
Silver Shield 500SauJic ll l00iJl0cV e 1500 1500Little 10lO4e
lO4e V
Little Chief 3OW2c 3OW2cXew V VNew
New York 700ige3c COO P0C > g4oC buyer 50 50l00022c oO0otrg2c
l00022c l V
Open Board BoardColumbus Boardolumbus
Columbus Con ConDaly 20Q125 20Q125Daly
Daly IXXg265 502fcVi 502fcViDalyWest Itl ItlDalyWest
DalyWest 1531247J 1ei124 20 41250 ioU 15EJoo ioUl >
l 262 I IJoe
Joe Bowers 600 0t1ce < > iaic 200 200Little 2000iItl4c 2000iItl4cLittle
Little Chief 500ag 00GiIi fic li liMay
May Day LOOft iCsYi0e e Wj 111I12fltI
New tork 60O2Te buyer
3 30 0
days daysUncle V VUncle
Uncle Sam MOM MOMWabash Oflfl4jc 1001J114c 1001J114cWabash
Wabash 00SSc i0O45cShares 00SScShares
Shares sold 23875 23875Sellincr
Selling value Z9T 39 39Afternoon V
Afternoon Sales SalesLower SaksLower
Lower Mammoth 10012c 10012cMay V VMay
May 1 1Uncle Day f0O Vl600243c 0021c 0021cLicle
Uncle Sam Con 5O04oOpen OOS24tC OOS24tCOpen
Open Board BoardLittle BoardLittle
Little Chief 15082 916c 20002Jic 20002JicMay Z00Gid2cVMaY
May Day lSOb i0otc Slc 50ftg24c 50ftg24cShares 00J4cShares
Shares sold 7700 7700Selllnjr 7700Selling
Selllnjr value 104855 104855Utah 1048SaUtah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonJames BostonJames
James A Pollock Co bankers and andbrokers andbrokers
brokers yesterday received over their pri private private ¬
vate wire from Paine Webber Co one oneof oneor
of their Boston correspondents the fol following folowing ¬
lowing l copper market comment and rec record record ¬
ord of sales of Utah stocks on the Boston Bostonmarket Bostonmarket
market with ranire and closing quota quotations quotaions ¬
ions tionsBoston t ionsBoston
Boston Dec 9 9It It looks now as if the thepanic thepanic
panic of yesterday was over and al although alhough ¬
though t some weak account may have to toliquidate toiquidate
liquidate l we look for higher prices be between between ¬
tween now and New Years Quotations Quotationsand
and sales salesBingham
salesSales Sales Qen High Low Close CloseBingham
Bingham 8IB 8IBBoston 1 55 4 4Boston ½ °
Boston 1116 6 6l 7 7 6 6Con co
Con Mercur SO 35 r J jti jtiDalyWest 35 35DalyWest
DalyWest 160 12 12i 12 L3 1H 1HUtah
Utah 5321 ll 4J 42 4i 42 42U 42i1 V 44 44S
U 1 S Mining 4766 26 26 263a > 25 25New 3J 3JNew
New York Mining Stocks StocksAdams StocksAdams
Adams Con jLittle Chief ChlsfAlice 05 05Alice
Alice SOjOntarlo SOjOntarloBreece Ontario OntarioBreece
Breece IS itO1Iir Onhlr OnhlrBrunswick 3 00 00Brunawick
Brunswick C 6PhoenIx 6PhoenIxCom 11 11Corn
Com Tunnel 9SPotq SI Pptoi i iCon 11 11Cou
Con Cal Va 1 if utnavge Savage i iHorn v vHorn
Horn Silvir 1 65 Slerrd Nevaoa Nevaoairon 46 46iron
iron Sllve 1 90Small Hopes HopesLeadvllle 26 26Leadville
Leadvllle Con v 03 0 Standard StandardBoston 1 10 10Boston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdoature
Adventure 6 OttiM C C CAllouox 4 O OAlionca
Allouox 1JSO HJld Dom DomAmalgL DomAmaig
AmalgL SK 1 lOsoola Oscoola OscoolaAm 2 0 0in
Am in Zinc MOO iranUt iranUtAtlantic Parrot ParrotAtlantic
Atlantic IT60 17 60 Quittey QuitteyBfngham 4 00 00Bhligham
Bfngham 38 po Shannon Shannonfal S ii
fal 1 Hechi WS 8fl 00 Famarack Tamarack TamarackCenteunl l OR ORCentetnIl
Centeunl l 2 6 50 O Trinity TrinityCop 12 00 00Cop
Cop Kan gauge e 71 i 6 K U S alin alinDalyWest G 50 50DalyWest
DalyWest 12 1276 l 76 IU S Oil OilDnm Jl JlDim 00 I
Dim Coat 63 0 Utah UtahFranklin 43 43Franklin 0 0Franklin
Franklin 11 1100 W IViotorig Victoria VictoriaDalyWest 1Granb 1 4GraiibV
Granb fi ISfcUvinotia itWiflDiia t 11 11Isle 00 00Isle
Isle ltoyal SSO in I Wolverine 115 115Mass 00 00Mass
Mass Min V 9 00 i iSan
I Irancisco
San Erancisco Mining Stocks StocksAndes StocksAndea
Andes 28 2CfJustlce Justice JusticeBelcher 00 00BeIc1ir
Belcher 23 22iMexican Mexican MexicanBest I 5 5Best
Best t Belcher 1 OC 1OeoIental Occidental Con ConBullion ConBullioa
Bullion 20 llO1phir Ophlr OphlrCaledonia 3 3b 3bCaIe1oflI
Caledonia 4 Ovennan OvennanChallenge 09 09Challenge
Challenge Con IS lPotoaI Potosi PotosiChollar 16 16Cbollar
Chollar 16 l6lSaVage SaVage SaVageConfidence 24 24Confidence
Confidence SS 5Sog Sag Belchar BelcharCon 05 05Con
Con C Cal I Va 1 Sy Sierra Nevada NevadaCon NevadaCon
Con Imperial 01 Jl Stlvar Hit HitCrown HiICrown
Crown Poiat 35 Union Con ConExchequer 61 61Exchequer
Exchequer 43 43Utnh B tab Cot CorGould CotGould
Gould Cum L4i Yellow Ja Jacket = kct kctHale 15 15Hale
Hale Norcioss 110 110COMING 1 hI hICOITO
Hannapah Property in Nevada Ha Bap BapV p pidly
V V idly Making a Mine MineThat MthThat1
That That1 i the Hannapah Mining com companys contpunys ¬
panys property al Mannapah 1 iii p h Kev Kevis ev evis
is showing steady Improvement and andgradually andgradually
gradually reaching the stage entitling entitlingit
it to be Classed hlasod as a mine is indicated indicatedin
in the report of Superintendent Frank FrankB
B Work for November NovemberThe
S STue
The drift in the th e vein on the 250foot 250footlevel 20footlevel
level was extended fovty feet during duringthe duringthe
the month Ore has now been qpntinuous < jpn jpntinuous
tinuous on this level for a distance of ofseventyfive ofseventyfive
seventyfive feet For the entire dis distance distance ¬
tance there has been good ore on the thehanging thehanging
hanging waIi walJL and ai 1 for a portion of it iton Iton
on Jthfe t1 flUflSvafl side also alsoV V V As the thethan thethe
than the drift rift thevfooth the footr footrwi
wi idilod jiJy whw a
Is matte t6 o ft Cijhgriig to thc the1angV hang
i Ing i ng wall Superintendent Work repqrts repqrtss
is i s a a streak of ore about six Inches
thick t that carries values of 10351 per peron
ton t on The amount of water now being
handled h approximates 18000 gallons per peray
day d ay the dlmlnshed flow indicating the theraIning
draining d or the ground
Manager A JBsttles J Bettles stated during
the day that he contemplated c ntempl ted sending sendingwiaze
a winze down dQwn in the ledge for possibly possiblyanother possiblynother
another a lUG feet as the work now be
ing l ag done on the 550 60 level mates it itcertain
certain c that the main ore bodies ara
below b V After testing the ledge in the themanner
manner m anner stated the next thing in order orderwill ordervill
will be the sinking of a permanent permanentworking permanentorkIng
working w shaft shaftTintic V
Tintic Ore Shipments ShipmentsSpecial ShipmentsV ShipmentsSpecial V
Special to torlie The Herald HeraldEureka HeraldEuteka
Eureka Dec 9 OO Ore shipment from the
Tintic T intie district V for the oast weltamounted welt weekmounted
amounted a to sixtyfour carloads as fol ¬
lows lowsAjax l ows owsjax
Ajax A jax jaxullionBeck i
BullionBeck B 4 4aria
Carlsa CarlsaCcntcnniallSureka C aria ariaentqnnialEuroka V
CcntcnniallSureka C entqnnialEurokaagid M Mi
i Eagle B agid Blue Bell B LIureka
Eureka E ureka Hill 11111emini y yt
t Gemini G eminirand 2J5
Grand G rand Central Centralrictof 4
Victor Consolidated J
I May Day 2 2Mammoth 2Mammoth
Mammoth MammothStar 11 11tar
Star S tar Consolidated 4 4ankee
Yankee Y ankee Consolidated 1 1Ore 1 1V
V Ore and Bullion BullionOre ThilliopV ThilliopV V
V Ore and bullion settlements in this V city
yesterday y as reported by McCorrJck MeCorrtcko S
Co C o amounted to 85700 as follows Sil Silver 51er ¬
vb ver v er lead gold and copper ores oresase 527400
base b ase bullion 43300 gold bars 1I OCO OCOMetal 000ethl
V Metal ethl Markets MarketsSliver Iiarkets6o
Sliver 55e per ounce ounceCopper ottticeCopper
V Copper casting H 1tc ic per pound
Leafl in ore SSQ New York J140 140 pee
100 1 00 pounds V V VV VV
Mining Notes NotesSilver NotesSliver
Silver reached SOc an ounce yesterday
As thistis this is a point that it has seemed to tohlk
balk b hlk at for months local operators are arenclined
inclined i to think that It will hold firmer firmernow firmer firmerow
now n ow that It ha lms finally been allowed to totouch toouch
touch t that mark markJohn markJohn
John W Lanley has gone to Goldfleld Goldfleldand Goldfleldnd
and a nd it is his intention to make that
lively camp his headquarters fiom now nowori nowtt
ori o tt
Henry 1enr Rives Ellis raturned yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning V
morning from a trip to the properties propertiesof propertiesV
of o f the Majestic company ia Beaver Beavercpunty Beavercounty V
county cpuntyFive V VFhe
Five cars of ore from Tonopah four fourfrom fourrom
from f rom Tintic and two from Binfeham Bint liam were werereported wereeported
reported r at the Taylor Brunton Bruntonampler j jsampler
sampler s yesterday morning morningManager morningManager
Manager Henry M Crowther of the V
Continental companys Alta properties propertiesreturned propertiesreturned
V returned from a trip to camp Thursday ThursdayV
evening e He reports splendid progress progressbeing V
being made In the construction progressV of the thetramway theramway V
tramway t The first car of wire rope has hasarrived hasV
arrived a few more days will soft the thetowers V
towers t owers practically completed and nd with withthe V
the arrival of the cablecarriers and other otherron
iron i ron work it will not be Ions till the thetringing j
stringing s of rope is under way wayThe wayThe
The Pioneer sampler at Sandy yesterday yesterdayreported yesterdayreported
reported with three cars of ore fromj from S
American Pork three from Tin Tintc lie and two
from Nevada NevadaGeorge S SGeorge
George Wilson who is back from an V Vextended I Iextended
extended trip to Goldfield verifies all allthat
that t tV has been said about the good fortune fortuneof
V of A H Mayne and expresses the theV
Opinion that ho will come out of the die V
trict with a fortune As has been stated V
Mr Mayne ia interested with Messrs
Loftus and Davis in the Sandstorm SandstormV
lease l ease wMeh has attracted so much at atentioi V j
tentiou t during the past two or three threeWeeks j
weeks weeksW WeeksW
W C Thomas superintendent of con construction construction ¬
struction at Newhouse was called home homeS
Thursday afternoon on account of the theserious theser1ous S
serious illness of his ICyearold son
When he reached the city yesterday
morning It was to find that the boy had V
been operated upon by Dr W Pi F Beer
for appendicitis the case Being such an anagsravated anaggravated
aggravated one that delay would have
been fatal Mr Thomas reported last lastevening lastV
evening that his son was doing nicely nicelyand nicelyV V
and that his recovery was barring un Unooked ¬ V
locked l for complications certain Mr
Thomas will not return to camp forsev forseveral formvoral MrV ¬ V
oral days
Holiday Mems Memsv NemsAlways
v Always suitable and appreciated appreciatedJacket
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V Redemption of Church Bonds BondsSeries BondsV
V Series A ASalt ASah
Salt Lake City Utah Dec 1 KKJ4
pursuant to the terms of the bond of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Latterdayaled
saints Loreuzo Snow trustee in trust trustdated
dated aled December Hist 1S8 1SI there being sur
flcletit money In the sinking fund for that
purpose the following deseribad bonds of ofj
series A are hereby called uvl for v rodentit1on HOHsguwn
on the first j day j of January 1905 viz
5100 bonds Nos 1 to 5 5txi < W Inclusive60000 Inclusive600005oOO inclusive 350O
5oOO bO bonds Non L 1 to 57 Inclusive52SWO Inclusive52SWOTotal Inelnsive 2S500 2S500Total
Total 78500
Bonds must bo presented to the under
SIpnQd trustees on or afur January Januar 5d 1
IJjito at the Deseret National bankSalt bank Silt
Juake City Itah with coupons Nos IS 1 to toaaQJ toattao1idVji11JjntresL
aaQJ attao1idVji11JjntresL iUl intutet wl wil oeaae ou all
1005 above described d bonus bbtil1aon on January 1st 1stLEWIS st
V Trustees TrusteesPRINJ TrusteesDi1nueffiVje
fThIt PRINJ itm
Iui piaO of AtlaSfLrscatldq AtlaSf
bIek Lrscatldq oCl t
iH 511159 m Biughain Jtsiusmim ltih i un Notice otice There Theret Theretare
a are delinquent upon the following de ¬
scribed stock stock oa account of assessment
M ° toftwo r two 2 cents per share levied on
the < 1 lay ofr of November 1S04 the several
amount set et tppoeltc the names of the
respective Shareholders as asfeIhows follows followsNo V VVV
V Name V V VV V Cert Shares Due
Mrs May B Wheadon 101 81 jfl I 62
George W Putnam 1S3 100 SCO 2 00V
CarrieL Carrie L Eslingur J17 600 lt 1000 > 00
W O Carbis 276 300 6 00
W R Campbell 35C 170 3 40
L 31 Kellogg 401 405 s 10 i1
L it Kellogg < 40 40g 40gV V 403 S 10
Jonas Oppal 41i 1W lIt 3w
Jjohn John B Baugh 47S V S3 1 OS 11
W H a Bennett L 451 4SDV 408 jj w hI
WHBennett V H ennett 4S2 V V 203 O 400 4 O
Miss E Munzcr 4S5 V 200 4 W
Clarlsse C1ar1s A Baurh V 499 V Si E 1 6S
W O Carbis 59S 100 200 r oo
C j 1 Fisher x 55 V VV 000 R >
O B Green SOh 51 i0 V 40
I M Mathison Vth9 S9 VV t00 400 4
I M MV Mathison V 671 50U j 10 1000 < X
i Robert Howard 747 SOO V 4 400 00 00I
I Harriet B Barker 76S aiO 10 00
Taylor Bros trustee 782 V 500 10 00
Miss Annie Condon s 796 79 86 5 172 72
OT 0 T Roen SOO 200 400
MMathison MCtbison S15 V 100 5 I 00 00V
B B Baldwin S2G V 500 V 10 o W V
Robert Howard 847 V SOO 400 4 41rank
JSrank Colwqli S5S 85 86 1 72 1
Klrank ColWell ll 334 SR 4 l 71
> Jrank rank Colwell ° S55 55 3 l TO
I J D Carnahan S92 59 590 f 1000
James P Walsh 512 100 203 203M 00 00M
M Mathison OKJ 0 300 600 6 00
B ER B Baldwin 915 l I SOO 5Q 1000 1000e
Nie e FMorton V 902 9 41B 830 S
Amy B i Sheppard 9J7 100 V 2 CO
Miss E Munger 9S5 100 2 00
G GB B Brastow Br stow 9S9 500 V 1000
James M Peterson lffi 6QO 1000 10 00
James M Peterson 1034 SOO 10 CO
Mrs Anna J Ross Ross10 1 < V33 85 1 70
E Eisman 1103600 U05 500 10 00 00Edward
Edward L Hearn 1139 500 10 00 00Edward 00Edward
Edward L Hearn 1140 500 1000 1000Edward 10 00 00EdVard
Edward L Hearn foam114L 114X 00 10 00 00Edward 00Edward
Edward L Hearn 4142 fl42 fl42V MO O 1000 10 00
Ed Edward Ward L Hearn 114 114Edward 1243 V 500 10 00
L Edward Bthv rd L Hearn 114 1141 500 5 1000
Edward L Hoarh foam1145 J145 00 10 CO COi 00Edward
i Edward L Hearn 1146 V WW 50 1000 00
lEdvardL Edward L Hearn oarn 1150 1000 2000 2000Edward 00
Edward L Hearn 1151 500 1000 1000A f 00
A C dinner Miln r 1157 V 10 20
S B Milner 1118 10 20 20R
V R EL McConaughy 1153 i5 W 20 20Edward 20EdwardL
Edward EdwardL L Hearn TJG2 60 1200
Carrie L EsJInger UB4 900 I0 SCO SCOHatfleW 6 60 60Hatfield
HatfleW Sons SO 1103 200 4 CO i iEaWLuIrL
iEflWafdL H6arn 1158 IfiOO 2000i 2000iEdward 2000Edward
Edward L Hearn Reamfl7 Reamfl7Edward U67 lfli a 00 00Edward
Edward L 1 Hearn M Bt 3000 SO Od OdEdward 011idward
Edward L Hearn U63 116kV 1JWO 1000 VV SOW SOWEdward 20 00 00VEdrd
Edward L Hearn 1170V 3000 O00 2000 2000James l 00 00James
James Stlrlinj U7S 100 200 200M 2 00 00M
M Grant Hamilton 1176 SCff BOO BOOW 6 00 00v
W v H HatterSth 117S 100 200 200Edward 00 00Edward
Edward L f Ream 1182 OWL WOQ 2000j 2 00
H VE B Cole J191 5W V 10 00 00George 00feoge
George Moyer 119t 1300 2S 00 00Balance 00V 00tBalauee
Balance BalanceAnd V VV VV V
V And in accordance with law and an anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made on onthe onthe
the 3d d day of November 1004 so many manyshares manyshares
shares of each parcel of such stoclp as asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold atnpublic atnpublicauction atpubhicauction
auction at the office of the company at atS33S34385 at3iii3435
S33S34385 Atlas block Salt Lakfi City
Ltah on Saturday the 24th day of De December Dccember ¬
cember 1904 at 1 oclock p m to pay the thedelinquent thedelinquent
delinquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetherwith
with the costs of advertising and expense expenseof
of sale P M OREM Secy
First publication Dec S 1901 1901Delinquent 1904Delinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeWABASH
clpal place of business Salt Lake City
Utah LtahiNotiee Noticec There are delinquent on onthe
the following described stock on account accountof I
of assessment No 10 levied on the 22nd
day Of October 1904 the several amounts amountsset amountsSet
set opposite thonames of the respective respectiveshareholders respectiveshareholders
shareholders towlt towltCert towitCert
Cert CertNo S
No Name V Shares Amt
40 C R Chamberlain 500 52500
127 Chas Tobias 1000 5000 5000J33 5000J33
J33 Max Ernest V 200 1000 100067C 100067C
67C Chas Tobjas 32313 313 i 1667
779 Albert Mdoh 500 2500 2500V
791 Albert Mock 139 V 750 750S91 750S91 V
S91 Dave Lippman 125 G25 625fl3
1131 Sarah A Marshall 100 101 500
1409 Albert Moch 200 01 V lOflO 101111V
1548 Sol Toube 300 1000 V
1544 M J Levi 200 1000 1000M 1000M 0Q0V V I 1
1W M sL J Kennedy 300 1000 1000No V
18961 96 J A Cutler 20Q 1000 1000V
1897 H Bodlne 300 1500 ijOOI V
1906 Geo Dever 110 1W 5500 5500And 500V I
V And in accordance with the law and andthe andthe
the order of the board of directOrs made madeon madeV I
on the 22nd day of October 1904 so many tnanyshares manyshare V
shares of eaci eadh parcel of such stock as asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold at the of office ¬
flee of the company mpany Room 5JJ Atlas Atlasblock Atlasblock V
block West Se Sebnfl bna South street Salt
Lake City Utahou 1tah oti the ISth day of De December DeV ¬
cember 1904 194V 194Vat at130 at 13k p m to pay lbs thpdelinquent lbsV V
delinquent assessment together with the thecost thecost V i
cost of advertising and expense of safe safeW safeV
V W MONT JJSRKY flRY Secretary
Office 521 Atlas block Salt Lake City
Ltah V
Stockholders Annual Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE I
the annual meeting of the stockholders stockholderstot
t tot tlieKlsmQt Gold Mining company for fortha i
tha The elooTion lttdIlonof of directors and for the trans transaction trapstion ¬
action tion of such su5p other business as shdll
lawfully com comp before It will be held on onthe onthe
the 3rd day of January Tnuar 1905 at 2 oclock oclockr
r rr ai the offlf o o1 the cotnpaiiy roe
305 Dooly block Salt Lake City Utah UtahJ
Secretary Kismet Gold Mining Company ompany
First publlcatlqh Dec 3 19w 19wNotice 1501S
Notice of AssessmentMONSTER Assessment AssesinentMONSTER
Dutch Mountain Clifton Mining district
Tooelo County Utah Principal place of
business Salt Lake City Utah Notice Notices
is i s hereby given that at a meeting of the
board of directors of the Monster Mining
company held at the companys office in
Salt Lake City Itah on November 28th
1B04 an assessment of onehalf of one onecent onecent
cent per share called assessment No 2 2was 2was
was levied oh the outstanding capital capitalstock capitalStock
stock 6t the corpratlnt L payable immedi immediately Immedlrtely ¬
ately to H B Windor secretary of the thecorporation theoorporatlon
corporation at C2 West Second South Southstreet SouthStreet
street Salt Lake City Utah Any stock stockupon stock310h
upon 1 310h which this assessment may remain
Unpaid on the 4th 4thday day of January 1903will 1903 1905wIhI
will be delinquent and advertised for sale saleat saleat
at public auction and unless payment Is Isroads ismade
roads before will be sold on the 25th day
of January 1905 to pay thJ delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentassessment
assessment together with the cost of
advertising and expense of sale saleH
H B WINDSOR Secretary SecretaryAssessment SecretaryVV
poratlon Principal place of business Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah Notice Naticols Is hereby given
that at a meeting of the board of directors directorsof
of the Sharp Mining company held at
Salt Lake City Utah on the 12th day dayof dayor
of November 1901 nn assessmsnt oi one
hajf > cent per share was levied vied upon
the capital stock of f the corporation Is Issued issued ¬
sued and outstanding payable immediate ¬
ly to A L I Jacobs secretary at rcom rcotuSh S05
Progress building Salt Lake ity Utah UtahAny I
Any stock upon 7hlqh this assessment assessmentmay csses0rnefltrna
may rna remain unpaid on the T5uV tiny of ofDecember I IDecember
December 19Q4 will be delinquent and andadvertised j
ai1twH advertised T fnt for e sale TX at it public niKl uii antion Knr 2 and andUflle8s andV > n < l V I Iunless
unless payment is made before viil < be besold besod
sold on the 5th thi day of January I at ati
3 i p m to pay the delinquent assessment assessmentthereon issessmentthereon
thereon together togetberwitli with costs 6f edvcrtis edvcrtising cdvcrtishag
hag and espOuse ofsale ofsaleA
S A L I JACOBS Secretary SecretaryAll SecretaryAVVOrdjnance
All AVVOrdjnance AVVOrdjnanceORDINANCE Ordinance OrdinanceAN
and for the osSPssmonl of property on thcl thclnorth the i iiiOlth
north eWe of Socond South street frpm
Ninth East street V to l Tenth East street V I
In sidewalk district1 No 4 for the con constsuction constueti0n 5
stsuction of a cement sidewalk sidewalkV
Be B it or orlsined < iJftea by lhe Ie dhr council of
Salt Lake City Utah
Section 1 Thatthe city council docs
hereby levy the fax andprovidefojr and provide for the
assessment or the isame sam upon V the prop ¬
erty herelhafter dcscfibeaHn otsljanct 2
V block 5S 16 plat B Salt Lake City Survey
abutting on the prth side of Second
South sijeet between Ninth Efcst > iiid
Tenth East streets in sidewalk district districtsafd
No said Property having a frontage of
fiOO feet aloiiK said street
This tax ta Ia levied to defray the ex ¬
pease of constructing a cement ceme t sidewalk
fiis a feet wideand four Inches thick upon
said portion pt of sad street opposite tho th
Property hereinafter wreinafter described to be espe espeprovement
I daily affected gnd benefited by said im
I provement and it is hereby adjudged
f Determined nn1 nc establish established that the same
will be especially benefited thereby to the
full amount of the tax hereby levied and andjSatd
jSatd said parcels of land are hereby herebyVtwsessei assessed
I aLan at an ectual < i al and Hiniform rate In inaccord accord
S ance with thelinear tim V linear foot frontage upon
said portion of gald aid street fronting upon
Uid < 1 to a depth of twentyfive 25 feet
j back therefrom and the tax hereby levied
and to be assessed upon said parcels of
land Is six hundred and thirty 63000 63000l7SiaTs
l7SiaTs dollars or VJ on one and fiVeone voone hundredths hundredthswhich
lch dollars per fiont or linear foot
which Is the estimated total cost find
estimated cost ror linear foot of said saidthorlzed saidsidewalk
sidewalk and the treasurer is hereby nu
thorlzed and directed to assess In accord ¬
alice with the provisions of this ordi ¬
nance for the purpose herein mentioned
the east 270 feet of lot 1 and nil of lot 2
block 5G plat B Salt Lake City survey
as the same are shown noon the official
Plats of said city to a < lapU of twenty
five 25 feet back from to said nld street and
to collect said tax
Sec2 See 2 Said tax shall become and be
delinquent as follows
Oiethlrrt thereof tbe eof shall become delta delinquent deltaquent ¬
quent in one month after the approval of ofsaid
this levy onethird in two months after aftersaid
said approval and onethird in three threemonths threemonths
months after said aid approval V Each and andevery andevery
every lnstallihentjif said ta tpic c except the
first shall draw Interest at Ihe he rate of 7 7per
per cent per annum from date of levy
and all said Installments Shall bear in innum
terest at the rate of P per cent per in innum
num from date of dclinauqncy
Sec 3 2 Thisordinance Thf ovdinaice shall take effect effectupon effectUOfl
upon approval approvalPassedby
Passedby tha city council of Salt Lake V
City Utah Ut Oct 31st 1504 and referred to tothe
the mayor for his approval approvalS V VS
V VV V City Recorder
Approved thla2d day of November 191 191RIGHARDa 1904V
V RIGHARDa MORRIS Mayor MayorStale MayorState
Stale of UtaV lJtairV lJtairCity V
V V City anrd XXftinty idttty of Salt Lake Lakc5s gs
I J S Critchlow rlty recorder of Salt V
Lake CityUtah City do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing is a full true trueand trueand H
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn entitledn
An n ordinance levying a tax and for the theassessment theassessment
assessment of property on the north side sideof sideof
of Second South street frpm Ninth East Eaststreet Eaststieot
street to Tenth East strwr in sidewalk
district No 4 for The the construction of a acement acement
cement sidewalk passed by the city citycouncil citycouncil
council of Salt Lake City Utah Oct 31st 31st1WH V
1WH and approTed by the mayor Nov 2d
1901 as appears of record in my office officeV officeIn t tIn
V In witness whereof I have here
Seal unto sot ot my my hand and affixed the thecorporate thecorportltestal i
corporate corportltestal seal of said city this 4th 4thday 4thVdft
Vdft day of November iwu iwuJ 1RMJ
V V City Recorder RecorderBill
Bill No 143 143Sidewalk 142Sidewalk
Sidewalk Extension ExtesislonNo No 71 71An 74V
V An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
and for the assessment of property TANV on V
the northside north side ofSixth South street from V
State street to Second East street qn the thewest thewest
west side ida of Second East street Jroro
Fifth South street to Seventh South Southstreet Southstreet
street on the north sjdo ide of Seventh South Southstreet V Vstreet
street from State street to Second East Eaststreet Eaststreet
street and on the east side of State street streetfrom Streetfrom
from Sixth Six South street to Seventh South Southstreet Southstreet
street iri sidewalk districts Nos 9 16 and nodV
20 for the construction of cement side sidewalks sidewalks ¬ V
walks walksBe walksBe
Be It ordained by b the city council of V
Salt Lake City Utah
Section 1 That the city council does
hereby levy the tax and provide for the theassessment theassessment
assessment of the same uaon the property
hereinafter described in lot lots Nos IJ 2 2d 6
7 d and 8 block 35 and in lots 1 2 3 4 B Band C CS
and S block 20 plat A Salt Lake City S
survey abuttjnj on the north side of
Sixth South street from State street to
Second East street bn the west side of ofSecond olL
Second East street V from Fifth South Southstreet SouthStreet L
street to Seventh South street on the
north side of Seventh South street from trotsI L
State street 16 Second East street and andon I
on the east side of State street from fromSixth IronI I
Sixth South street to Seventh South Southstreet SouttI I
street in sidewalk districts Nos o 9 1G and I
20 said property having a frontage of
3300 30 feet alonjr said ad streets streetsThis streetsThis
This tax Is levied to defray the ex exliciior
pense liciior ui of viiii eonstruting i uviiiic eemen iMiicrin atuciittjno s1dewki I
six feet wide and four inches thick upon uponsaid uporsaId L
said portions of said streets opposite the theproperty th thproperty
property hereinafter described to be espe especially espedaily ¬
daily affected and benefited by said a1d im improvement improvement ¬
provement aril it 1s hereby adjudged adjudgeddetermined adjudgeddetermined
determined and established that the same samewill
will be especially benefited thereby to the ttKfull thefull >
full amount of the tax heraby levied and andsaid andsaid
said parcels of land arc hereby assessed assessedtt
< tt an equal anti uniform rate in accord accordance
ance with the linear foot frontage upon uponsaid uponsaid
said portlonR prtioneof of saidstreets aaja litroets fronting upon uponand U1Ofl U1Oflend
and to a depth or twentyfive 2o 2 feet feetback feetback
back therefrom and the tax hereby levied leviedand leviedand
and to be assessed upon said parcels of ofhnd OfiVid
hnd l is three thousand four hundred and andsixtyfire
sixtyfire slxtyfIe3405V and andfiveone V Viveone
346500 dollars or or one
fiveone f hundredth5103 hundredtiSV t105 dollars per front frontor
or linear foot which Js thetestlmated total totalcost totalO5t
cost O5t and estimate cost per linear foot of ofsaid ofhld
said s hld sidewalks and th treasurer is hereby herebyauthorized herebyauthorized
authorized and directed to assess in ac accordance nocordance ¬
cordance with the provisions of ot this ordi ordiKTontinjr
fiance for the VpurpoSo herein meniioned
Fronting on 01 Sixth South street AH of oflots ofots
lots l ots 1 and 2 bloclc 35 35Fronting 35Fronting
Fronting on onSecond Second East street All of oflots otlots
lots 1 6 7 IV IVandS andS bloc 35 all of lots 1 1and 1anti <
and S block 20 20Frontlng V VV VFronting V
Fronting on Seventh South street All AllEstablished AllEstablished
Established 1S4L > 150 Offices OfficesThe OffIcesThe
The Oldest and ant Largest LargestcCQ LargestV LargestRN V
GEORGE BUST General Manager ManagerUtah ManagerUtah
Utah Idaho and Wyoming Offices in inProgress inProgress
Progress Buildirig Salt take City CityNEW CityV CityNEW
O = = jT = = =
JAMES A POLLOCK 00 00o iOBankers
4 Bankers and Brokers BrokersI
16 I 6 W Second South SI SISalt StSalt V
Salt Lake City CityVV
V V VOrcJr3
Orders Jgromntly Executed in inStoCkV A
X Stocks Bonds Gotten OttOn Grain rain and antiPrnrIhiOtzs X
Provisions Private leased Wires Wireswltlv Vireswith
wltlv with LOGAN BHYAN Corre Correspoidants 4 4spondsnfs
+ spondsnfs JParalers NvW > w York Yorae A AStock
e Stock Exchange Jew ew York Cot Cotton V Vt
t ton tjjxchahge Boston tock Ex Excbaug4
> cbang Chicago Boaru or Trade TradeWe TradeWc < >
We handle alt pruminiit Utah UtahMining UtahMining >
Mining and Commercial Stouks itotitsV
The SIecs That Ste r rI V
5 Tis ettihg b1cee t0 Xlntts iiotwithutancllig th ftyt that 4h snos snos1lLiiS
1lLiiS bean de1a d dUd there are ninny bows and Is s ho are gotng to toiisist
iisist bn halig a rleible4Icr 111 not eit ltQ1v We hitte all allI
V Vsizes sizes if not a Flexible Flyer we can give youan other kind of sled
Of Iota 1 V 2 3Vafld 4jiloch 3D V
Fronting on State tat street All of 0fVIelaV lefts 4 4and
and a nd 5 block tO > plafr A Salttake Siy O4truevey Siyofflcial
s uevey as thc4saine Ade showzitipontb showzitipontbotflcial
offlcial plats Stfididjyty ot ptid Jty to a depth oS oSrf u uwcintyfivo
V t wcintyfivo Vfeet V batk front eaki
rf o v AUVZI wui n AAVIU cu custreets
streets S and to collect said tax
Sec 2 Said tax snail become and bo b de ¬
linquent i as follows followsOnethird
Onethird thereof shall become delia delinQuent deliaclient
client In one month after th the approval of ofthis ofeds
this t eds levy onethird in two months after aftersaid afteraid
said s aid approval and onethird In three threembnths threembnths
mbnths after said approval Each and andevery andevery
every Installment of said tax except the thefirst theirst
first f shall draw Interest at the rate of 7 7per 7per
per cent per annum from date of levy levyand levyand
and all said Installments snail iwar ar in interest inerest ¬
terest t at the rate of 10 per cent per annunr annunrfrom anflllnrrom
from I rom date of delinquency V VSee
Sec 2 t This ordinance shall take effect effectupon effectupon
upon approval approvalPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity 141ccCity
City Utah O Oct SL 31st 1 1204 04 and nd referred referredto
to the mayor for his approval approvalJ
V CitiiRocorder CitiiRocorderApproved
Approved this 3d 4 day of Ndrnmber 1901 1901RICHARD 1004IIICUAItD
RICHARD P 1 MORRIS Mayor MayorState Mayortat
State tat of Utah UtahCity V VCity
City and County of Salt Take 1akCSS 1akCSSI ss ssI
I J S V Critchlow ltehow city recorder of Salt SaltLake 5aItLake
Lake City Utali do hereby certlf that thatthe
the aboveand foregoing Is a a full true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn V VAn
An ordinance levying a tax and for the theassessment theassessment
assessment of property on the north side sideof sideof
of Sixth South street from State street to toSecond toSecond
I Second East street on the west side of ofSecond
Second East street from Fifth South to toSeventh toSeventh
Seventh South street on the north side sideof sideof
of Seventh South street from State street streetto
to Second East street and on the cast castaide castside
aide of State street from Sixth South Southstreet SouthStreet
street to Seventh South street in side sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk districts Nos 9 16 and 20 for the theconstruction theconstruction
construction of cement sidewalks passed passedby passedby
by the city council of Salt Lake City CityLtah CityLtah
Ltah Oct 31sU 19M and approved by the themayor themayor
mayor Nov 3d 1904 as appears of record recordIn
In i n my office officeV
V In witness v whereof I have here hereSoal hereSeal
Seal unto set my hand and affixed the thecorporate theCorporate
corporate seal o of said city this 4th 4thday 4111V
V day of November 1904 1904City V VV
V j J 5
City Recorder RecorderBill RecorderBill
Bill No 112 112Sidewalk V V V VSidewalk
Sidewalk Extension No 75 75Notice 75Notice
Notice of OfIl a Special Election Upon the theQuestion theQuestion
Question of Incurring Bonded Bondedt V VI
t Indebtedness IndebtednessWhereas ThdebtednessWhereas
Whereas The city council of Salt Lake LakoCity LakeCity
City Utah by an ordinance duly passed passedby passedby
by said council on the 21st day of No November Novomber ¬
vember 1804 and approved by thg may mayor mayor ¬
or of said city V on fl the 22nfl day of No November Novcmber ¬
vember 1SXM did order a special elec election ele eleliOn ¬
liOn to be held In said city on the 8rd 8rdof
day of January 1905 for the purpose purposeI
of f submitting to such qualified electors electorsas I
as shall have paid a property tax in said saidcity saidlty I
city lty in the year 1904 the question of ofIncurring i isum
Incurring a bonded tndebtpdness in the thesum
sum of eight hundred and fifty thousartel
55000000 dollars for the purpose of in increasing increasing ¬
creasing the water supply of said city cityand cItyand
and also the question of incurring a abonded abondOd
bonded indebtedness In the sum of one onehundred onehundred
hundred and fifty thousand W500000ty W500000tydollars 15O00000 15O00000dollars
dollars for the purpose of defraying the theexpense theexpense
expense of establishing sewer mains and anda
a sewerage system in the southern and andwestern mdwestern
western portions of said city where no nosewerage nosewerago
sewerage system now exists existsNow existsNow i
Now therefore Pursuant to the terms termsand termsand
and directions of said ordinance and nil5 nil5dor uiPtier
tier and pursuant to sections 3dS 209 and I
310 of the Revised Statutes of Utah of of1S9S ofl8Os
1S9S notice is hereby given that on the the3rd the3rd
3rd day of January 1905 in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity I
City Utah a special election will be beheld beheld
held for the purpose of submitting to the thevote thevote
vote of such qualified electors as shall shallhave shallhave
have paid a property tax in I said city cityin cItyIn
in the year ISO the following questions questionstowlt questionstowit
towlt towitThe 1 The question of incurring a bonded bondedindebtedness bondedindebtedness i
indebtedness In the sum of eight hun hundred bundred ¬
dred and ani fifty thousand 55000000 dolr dolrlars dolrlais
lars for the purpose of defraying the theexpenses theexpenses
expenses of Increasing the water sup supply supply ¬
ply of said city by laying pipes and es establishing astablishing ¬ i
tablishing a water system to conduct conductwater conductwater
water from Big Cottonwood creek and andMill andMill
Mill creek and thcl tributaries toSnlti toSnltiLake
Lake City and acquiring water and wa water 1 I Iter
ter rights in said streams and In Utah UtahIftke Utahhake 1
hake V and by Improving and extending extendingthe i
the present system of water distribu distribution dlstribution ¬ i
tion by which water is now distributed distributedthroughout distributedthroughout
throughout said city
2 Also the question of incurring a bond bonded bonded ¬ j
ed indebtedness In the sum of one hun hundred banV ¬
tired and fifty thousand 15000000 dol dollars dolmrs ¬ V
lars for the purpose of defraying the ex expanses cxpenses ¬
panses of establishing sewer mains and anda
a sewerage system In the southern and andwestern andV
western portions of Salt Lako LnkeChty City where whereno whereceweraie V 1
no sewerage system now exists existsSaW exiStswater
SaW water system and said sewerage seweragesvstem seweragesystem
system shall be owned by Salt Lake
CSty CStySaid
Said Said bonds shall bear interest at a rate ratenot ratenot
not to exceed four 4 per cent per an annum annurn ¬
num which interest shall be payable payablesemiannually payablesemiannually
semiannually and said bonds shall be become become
come due t and payable at the end of ofsue oftwenty
twenty 2h years from the date of is issue
sue with the option reserved to the city cityto cityto
to pay or refund the same at any time timeafer timeafer
afer the expiration of ten < 1Q years aft after aftor
er the date of issue and shall be of such suchdenomination suchdenomination
denomination or denominations as the thecouncil thetOtlacil
council may hereafter determine and tho thonet thonet
net revenue from said water system shall shallbe shallhe
be set apart for and shall be a sinking sinkingfund sinkingfund
fund for the payment of said bonds and andInterest andinterest
Interest thereon thereoncording thereonSaid
Said election shall be ac
cording to the statutes and laws of Utah Utahand Utahanti
and shall be held in manner and form formprovided formprovided
provided thereby therebyThe therebyThe
The report of a special committee here hereloi heretofere
tofere loi rt HppuiuLvu HppuiuLvuexamine appointed b the city council to toexamine
examine into questions pertaining to the thewater thewater
water supply of Salt Lake City and the theand
proposed increase of said water supply supplynail
and establishment or said sewerage sys system systern ¬
tem which report was adopted by the thecitv thecity
city council on the 21st day of f November Novembercitv
3914 and approved by the mayor of said saidcity
city on the 22nd day of November 1804 1804Immediately isolimmediately
Immediately follows this notice and said saidreport saidreport
report is hereby referred to for or more detailed de tietailed ¬
tailed Information concerning said wa water water ¬
ter and said sewers and said proposed proposedMayor proposedimproveiniit
improveiniit improveiniitBICflABD BICflABD P MORRIS MORRISV
V Mayor of said city cityJ
Recorder of said city citySalt citysalt
Salt Lake City Ci CiUtaiLNovember Utah UtaiLNovember November 17 1004 1004To 1D04To
To the Honorable President and Mem Members ¬
hers of the City Council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City CityGentlemen CityV
Gentlemen Your special committee c JUmltteVe to towhom
V whom was referred the subject of de devising ticvIsing ¬
vising a plan for obtaining an adequate adequatewater adequatewater
water supply for Salt Lake City reports reportsas
as follows followsImmediately followsImmediately
Immediately after its appointment the thecommittee thecommittcc
committee commenced its labors and the thesame thesame
same have been beenV beenprosecuted prosecuted with dill diligence dillgence ¬
gence until the V present time It has hasproceeded hasproceeded
proceeded upon the theory that no tem temporary ternporary ¬
porary expedient should be resorted to toIn toin
In this Important matter believing that thatany thatany
any plan which might be devised should shouldprovide shouldprovide
provide for a constant adequate water watersunply watersuaply
sunply and thus afford n permanent so solution solution ¬
lution of this momentous question questionIt
It was found upon investigation that thatthere thatthere
there was not sufficient data at hand handfrom handfrom
from which the sources of supply their theiravailability theirztahlail1tv
availability and the manner and cost of ofbringing ofbringing
bringing the water to the city could be bedetermined hedeternined
determined although it wa generally pencraUyconceded generallyconceded
conceded that the sources of supply supplywould supplywould
would be from the streams flowing into intoSalt IntoSaW
Salt Lake county from the Wasatch Wasatchmountains Wasatchmountains
mountains mountainsTn
Tn order that the committee might act actIntelligently netintellIgently
Intelligently the city engineer was r rouested ic iccuested
ouested to make such investigation of ofthe ofthe
the subject as would put the committee committeeIn
In possession of the necessary facts upon uponwhich uponwhich
which tie bare Its report to your honor honorable hQqrable ¬
able body In response to this request requestthe requestthe
the engineer has prepared and submitted submittedthe
the full and comprehensive statements statementswhich statementswhich
which accompany this report reportIt reportIt
It anpears from the city < Stv engineers re report yeport ¬
port that Salt Lake Citys present sup supply supply ¬
ply of water per day of 34 hours VoSOdon based basedon
on September nveras for the vears
1900 1901 1 1f02 02 and 1903 a period of un unusual ususual ¬
usual scarcity is isCity V VCit
City Cit crook 4SWU 4gInowl Qsalons QsalonsParleys galonsPar1ys
Parleys creek crock4200000 4204000 gallons gallonsEmigration gallonsEmigration
Emigration creek creeklOOdO UJQfcOOO gallons gallonsTotal ghh1onTotal
Total 111080000 gallons gallonsThis gallonsTlIs
This js a n daily sunoly of lift gallons gallonsper l1ons l1onsper
per capita for the 5050 water users now nourin nowin
in the city The engineer gives It as his hisopinion lilaopinion
opinion that 360 gallons da daily fly per capita capitaas
as nn average supply would be none too toomuch toomuch
much muchFrom muchFrom
From the report it anpears that the thequantities thequantities
quantities V of water that can ultimately
be made available froni the mountainsources mountain ITIbUSVIZtIZISOlirees
sources per clay of 24 hours trill be as
follows followsMill followsMill
Mill creek 7 < HXUOD gallons
Big Cottonwood creek creek272011000 27200000 gallons gallonsLittle nalionLittle
Little Cottonwood creek 7SOOOOO gallons gallonsTotal gallonsTotal
Total > 42601000 426Ci 00 gallons gallonsAmi illonc illoncnti
Ami nti that through the expenditure of
SoOJ000 about 80000COO gallons of this thiswater thiswater
water can bo made available at once onceAH onceAll
AH of the above water should ultimate ultimately ¬
ly be acquired by the city either through throughexchange throuhexchange
exchange or lease with the nresent users iise iiseTn
Tn accomplish this it t will be neces necc4 ¬
sary to first provide an ndeq adicquate attmbply attmbplyof rtiopy
of water to take the place of that from V
the above namjjd narnd strcamsf strearns which Ip IJQT IJQTused fow fowused
used for irrisAtlon trriglqnIwethlrilt V
Iwethlrilt QfjA waten of 3fihl rook rookanti
anti BIg Cotteiivnod dreol ircaise4n
Minis lyingundfer tile present Cifc CLt canaL ca
naL 1 11 jind antI tile quantity par day of 24 24mtt
hoHs thft ann be proevot3y immetil immetilatqxutuinge
atqxutuinge trOm1lloscaroalns Is tti ttiiifli
mtt crock B100JKW gallons
Biff Cottonwood crcoklSIOO000gallons crcoklSIOO000gallonsTotal creole 18100000 gallons gallonsTotal
Total gallon gallonV
V Already option for exchange running
till 111 July 1 + 190 mv have practIaMy tTj 1 1secured been beensecured
secured subject to your ratification loS toiper
50 per cant of the waters of Big Cot Cottonwood Cottonwood
tonwood creek and negotiations are in inprogress inflwress
progress for the exchange of the remain remaining reins ¬
ing 16 per cent which is under the pres present prezeat ¬
eat City canal canalIt V VIt V
It is assumed that similar exchang exchangcreek exehangcan
can be effected for the waters of Miii Miiicreek
creek creekIn creekIn p
In addition to V the waters proposed fa fabe 10be
be secured by exchange it appears prac pracUaable pracUsable
Usable to acquire the remaining one onethird onethird
third of the waters o of Mill creek antI antIBig n l lBig
Big Cottonwood creak by lease which whiohwould whichwould
would furnish a dally suruly 5J as fol follows
lows lowsM1U V VMill
Mill Creek 53Q 2gl000Q S gallons gallonsBrgCbttonwooa gallonsB1gCbttoawooti
BrgCbttonwooa Grqk V 3103000 gallons gallonsTotal gallonsTotal
Total 110WOOO gallons gallonsThe gallonsV gallonsThe V
The committee has assurances that thatleases thateases
leases l eases can be obtained at a reaaonaW reaaonaWrental reaaenablrental
rental for th the waters which are us used usedabove d dabove
above the city canal VdUiiH during tk the perio period periodfrom l lof
from about August 1st till the beginning beginningof
of the rifext years ygi irrigation season seasonLittle seasonLittle
Little Cottonwood creek does not ap appear appear ¬
pear In either of the last two tables f for forthe r rtbe
the reason that the committed is not In Inpossession Inpossession
possession of the data showing tli the rc iOhs iOhstive
tivo > quantities of wjUer from that soure sourewhich sourewhich
which are used above and below the pros present prostint ¬
tint canal but it is assumed that prac practically practcally ¬
tically all of the Little Cottonwood water watercan watercan
can be V acquired either by exchange or orlease orlease
lease whenever the necessities of the thecity thecity
city may require requireTo V VTo
To make the water of Mill Creek and andBig andBig
Big V Cottonwood creek available It Itis ItIs
is proposed propos to construct a conduit conduitfrom endutfrom
from the theVtalt tall race of the Utah UtahLight UtahLight
Light Railway companys lowest lowestpower loweSt10aer
power station on Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodcreek Cottonwoodcreek
creek to the mouth of Parleys canyon canyonwhich canyonwhich
which will discharge the water approxi approximately appruilmately ¬
mately ISO feet above the present Intake Intakeof inthkof
of the Parleys canyon conduit through throughwhich throughwhich
which It will be conveyed to the city ThH ThHconduit Tht ThtcOntiut
conduit has a capacity of over 26006000 26006000rations 55000000ahlons
rations while there is only about om omFourth olifourth >
Fourth that quantity of water available availablefrom availablefrom
from Parleys creek during th the low water waterseason waterseason
season seasonIt
It Is proposed to construct the Big Cot Cottonwood Cottonwood
tonwood conduit in it permanent manner mannerof manniof
of sufficient capacity to deliver all the thewater thinwater
water it is ultimately intended to ob obtain ohtam ¬
tain tam from that stream ana nanV V front fi Mill MillCreek MiiiCreek
Creek and Llttk Cottonwood cr creek k in ineluding ineluding
eluding a suitable connecli n for admit admitting admitting ¬ V
ting the waters ofMJK Cr Crek ck Th The estl estlmated estimated
mated cost of tills conduit complete is isW500COOO isW0O60O0
The report shows that in addition to tothe tothe
the mountain sources above described describedthere describedthere
there Is a supply which ran be made madeavailable madeavallebie
available from what is known as Spring SpringCreek SpringCreek
Creek which is a tributary of Big Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood
wood creek forming a junction with th thlatter thlatter
latter near 9th East and 17th SoiiU SoiiUs Son hi hisee
s see ce a point several miles below th thptcpoeed thpioposed
ptcpoeed place of diversion into the Bi BiCcttonwood BtC
Ccttonwood C conduit At this place them themIs thereIs
Is a practically constant flow of about aboutH000000
H000000 gallons per day An option opti has hasbeen
been secured subject to your ratification ratificationfor
for the city to purchase this water for the thesum thesum
sum of 13500000 13500000In
In order to utilize the waters of Spring SpringCreole
Creek t is proposed by the engineer to toestablish
establish a power station at the mouth moutlof
of Parleys canyon where the water waterdrops waterdrops
drops ISO feet from the Big Cottonwood Cottomvoodconduit Cottonwoodconduit
conduit t < the Parleys canyon n conduit eonduitt
at t a cor ee of 1000000 and a pumping pumpingitaUa 1 1station
station near Spring Creek which will willpunrp whhlpunp V V
punrp the water to such an elevation that thatit thatit
it ca be delivered Into the big ditch in inllet
lieu of some of the water of Big Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood
wood for which an exchange has been beeneffected beeteffected
effected The remainder of It to be con conveyed eonrayed ¬
rayed as far north as may be necessarr necessarrto neeessarto
to permit of Us use In exchange for th thuwaters
waters of Mill Creek and Parleys creek creekuntil creekuntil
until an additional supply of canal water wateria watetis
ia obtained through the government de development e evelopment ¬
velopment of Utah lake or otherwise anti amithen antithen
then If desired the Spring Creek water watercan watercan
can be made to supply the southern apd apdwestern
western portions of the city for domwii domeelepurposes
purposes The estimated cost of estab eatsibhishing
lishing the pumping plant and brincin brincinthe brInainthe
the water to 12th South street Is C08oe 5CO00RThe
The engineers report also shows that thatnotwithstanding thanotwithstanding
notwithstanding the satisfactory showing fhowinjcwhich showingwhich
which appears from City Chemist Harms Harmsanalyses Harmanalyses
analyses of this water 4t is QMostlohal QMostlohalwhether tpiostkmahJwhetltor
whether the purity can be maintained maintainedand maIntaInedand
and that careful examination may ma d dclose tits titse1oe
close the fact that a satisfactory title to tothis
this water cannot be obtained and andV andtlia tha tliafor t tfor
for these reasons It may net be fies desir desirable V r rablc
able to exfrciso the option to p prctlae prctlaeSonar reha e eSnrlnr
Sonar Creek V V
The eigineers report also snowe thst thstthe tbstthe
the citv elt now has an ample supply nt ntcanal > r rcanal
canal Tater from Utah lake If supple supplemented supplemented ¬
mented by the Spripg Creek water t tfurnish 1furnish < >
furnish all the water that Is required reauirrdfor requiredfor
for exchange purposes and that 1C for forany forany
any reason Spring Creek Is not pur purchased purchased ¬
chased immediate provision should be bemade bemade
made for securing at lea best t an equivalent equivalentquantity eqi4vslentquantity
quantity of exchange water from Utah Utahlake rtahlake
lake and at the same time for perfect perfecting erfecz erfeczlag ¬
lag the citys right In thte Im Important Imgtt ¬
V portant gtt source of supply and that thi thimay thlr thlrmay
may be accomplished by the expenditure expenditureof
of the 521500000 named in the cstimat cstimatfor cetimatfor
for the purchase and pumping of c Spring SpringCreek SpringCreek
Creek and will afford sufficient water ti tiexchange tiexchange
exchange for all the V mountain streams streamsincluding streamsncluding
including i Little Cottonwood CottonwooaHe V VHo
He also recommends that In any event eventth eventthe
th the Item of 4000900 for the propose proposeParleys proposed proposedParleys
Parleys canyon power station shoidd b bretained be beretained
retained as Its value to the city would wouUmore wouldmbre
more than compensate for Its cost in inhandling Inhandling
handling and disposing of sewage for th thlower thlower
lower portion of the city if not needed neededfor neededfor
for pumpinr Spring Creek water waterIt waterIt
It also appears from the engineers rr rrport icport
port that In addition to the amounts amountsabove amountsabove
above given there will be required for forthe forthe
the payment of f bonuses for exchange of ofwater ofwater
water and repairs to the Jordan and Sal SalLake SalLake
Lake City canal 3000000 for additions additionsto
to the city mains 10000000 and an for the thepurchase thepurchase
purchase and extinguishment of power powerrights powerrights
rights and miscellaneous expenses 95 V
00000 making a total of 85000000 SSSO000O0The 85000000The
The committee has been assured by the thecity thecity
city engineer that the above estimates estimatesare
are ample for the purposes mentioned mentionedand mentionedand
and so it seems reasonably certain that thatthe thatthe
the city can acquire for the total sum sumnamed sumnamed
named an Increased water supply de delivered doivered ¬
livered l into its present reservoirs and andmains andmains
mains four times as great as that which whichit
it now possesses which will be equiva equivalent equivaent ¬
lent l to the present supply per capita for fora
a population of 530000 530000The 230000The
The city has alrauy scoured by ex exchange axchange ¬
change 13600000 gallons per 24 hours of ofBig ofBig
Big Cottonwood water and it is reason reasonably reasOnably ¬
ably certain that by the time the con oondut condult
dut is completed this quantity will have havebeen havebeen
been increased by additional exchange exchangeend exchangecad
end lease for Big Cottonwood and Mill MillCreek MIUCreek
Creek to the full quantities contem contemplated contemplated ¬
plated platedWhen platedWhen
When the water from the Big Cot ton tonwood on onwood
wood conduit shall exceed the capacity capacityof
of the present Parleys canyon conduit conduitthe coudnithe
the engineer proposes the construction of ofsuitable ofsuitable
suitable means to carry such excess on a ahigh ahigh
high line to the east and north beaches beachesof
of the city at an elevation of about U09 U09feet 200feet
feet above the 13th East street reservoir reservoirand reservoirand
and 120 feet above the Capitol hill res reservoir reservoir ¬
ervoir ervoirWhile ervoirWhile
While investigating the water question questionthe
the attention of this committee has been beenrepeatedly beenrepeatedly
repeatedly called to tha necessity of sew sewcnng sewtiring
tiring the southern and western portion portionof
of the city below the gravity sewer The Theland Theland
land in those parts of the city being low lowwith lowwith
with water near the surface It is almost almostimpossible almostimpossible
impossible for the people to have proper propercess
cess 005 pools and therefore the need of a asewer asewer
sewer system i most Imperative This Thiscannot Thiseanqot
cannot bo properly accomplished with th thpresent the thepresent
present inadequate supply of water but butvhen butnVhen
vhen the supply is increased as contem contemplated coutemplated ¬
plated by this report we think that pro provision provision ¬
vision should be made for the construc construction conatanetion ¬
tion of a sewer sewersystem system for the lower part partof partof
of the city which previous estimates of ofthe ofthe
the city engineer show will cost about
15000000 15000000Your V VYour
Your committee therefore recommends recommendsthat reeommendsthat
that the plan for increasing the water warersupply waterSupply
supply of the city as outlined in this thisre thisreport re report ¬
port be adopted and that proper sewer sewerIng sewertug
tug bo provided for the lower part partot of th thc thccity S Scity
city The committee also recommends recommendsthat
that a proposition be submitted to the thetaxpayers thetaxpayers
taxpayers of Salt Lake City to author authorize author1ze ¬
ize a bond issue issueot of S8Q09fcOO for the theproposed therroposed
proposed Increase of the water supply supplyand supptand
and also that a proposition be submitted mTqmittedauthorizing submittedauthorizing
authorizing a bond issue of S150OGa00 for forHie foithe
the construction of said sewer making mali g a atotal atotal
total bond Issue V of 100000000 boaring boaringinterest bosringinterest
interest at the rate of 4 per cant per perannum perannum
V VThe
annum V 5 5The
The committee also recommends that an anflection anlothn
flection bo held on January 3rd USt 1i for forthe tsrthe
the purpose of voting on the propositions propositionsto
to issuesuch bonds bondsRespectfully V VRespectfully
Respectfully submitted submittedFRANK V VFRANb
Committee CommitteeIJavlng Co muittce muittcelIavLng
IJavlng had general supervision qf fits
of the special water committee comuiltteeand
and participated in all of Its deliberations deliberationsI
I heartily indorse the foregoing V VRICHAID
I certify that the theabove above report was duly
by the council November 21 liH
approved by the mayor November Novemberwkl Si
1SW and ti I further certify that the above
a true copy of OV said report V Vet1
VVV 1 V qcordr

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