OCR Interpretation

The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, May 15, 1906, Image 10

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1906-05-15/ed-1/seq-10/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 10

10 THE SAIIr tTrrTAT7 LAKE HERALD T1 SIA 1 A 4 Y 15 1906
SUpreme S preme Court Cour Renders Opin Opinion Opinion
T ion Upon Subject of De Demise Demise
mise by Accident AccidentHEIRS Accident AccidentHEIRS
That a claim for or damages damges for death is isan i ian
an asset aset of the estate etate of the deceased deceasedparson deceasedporson
parson was decided ceclded by the state supreme supremecourt
court yesterday yeterday The court also settled settledthe setted settedthe L
the jurisdictional jurisictonal question queston as to whetherthe whethexthe whether whetherthe
the hairs hors of a a deceased deceaed person may sue suefor suefor su
for damages for the death deth in a state stte oth other other
er than where the accident occurred The Thecourt Te Tecourt
court virtually held that suit could be b
instituted insttuted in any state where service can canbe canbe L
be obtained obtainedThe obtainedTle
The Tle same Je points point were involved in three threeHfleu threeaey threeI
Hfleu John P Lowham Lwham B F 1 Eccles EcclesmJ Eccleflfl I
an3 flfl William Vliam Murray llurr were killed kied in an anaccident I
accident on the Union Pacific railroad raIroad in inWyoming inolng inWyoming
Wyoming olng They The left lef no property except lxcept lxceptthe
the claim of the heirs for damages damage for fortheir fortheir fo
their death The Th < heirs asked for the ap appointment apJIntment ¬
pointment of A I I Stone as administrator administratorof
of all three estates etates and the appointment appoIntmentwa appointmenlwa
vras wa wa made mad by Judge Judge Howell Howel of the Second Secondiltetrlct Sond111t L
iltetrlct 111t ct sitting sittng at Ogden OgdenRairoad
Railroad Rairoad Attacks Appointment Appointmentub Appointmentuequently
ubsoquently ub > tuent the railroad rairoa company pe peInt
toned Int Judge JUdse Howell to revoke the ap
fntment on two grounds grounds as follows followsFirst folows folowsFht
First that the only asset specified specIfIedthe specIfIedtheclaim 51eclfiedthEclaim the
claim against aInst the railroad raIroadwa railroadwas was not an anasset anasset L
asset at all al and that consequently consequenty there therewas
wa was nothing nothing to administer upon uponSecond uponSecond
Second that suit could not be brought broughtagainst broughtagainst L
against the company in Utah to recover recoverdamages recoverdaag
damages daag for deaths caused in Wyoming Vyomng
Judge Howell Howel refused to revoke the let letters letter lettees ¬
tees ter of administration administraton and the company companytook companytook compantook r
took an appeal appal to the supreme court courtHigher courtHigher
Higher Tribunal Unanimous UnanimousThe
The supreme court unanimously af affirmed affrme affirmed ¬
firmed frme the decision of the lower court courtJustice courtJustce
Justice Justce McCarty lIcCart wrote the opinion and andIt andI anc ancIt
It I was as concurred In by Chief Justi JustiBartch JusUBartch justirBartch < >
Bartch and Justice Justce Straup Strup As A stated statedholds statedholds statedholds
holds that a claim for damages is an as asset asset ¬
set and that the heirs are within their theirrights theirri theiirights 1
rights ri ht In suing In Utah UtahBy UtahBy UtahBy
By lawyers law ers the opinion is regarded as asone asone a
one which 1 establishes etblshes an Important pre precedent precedent
cedent cedentVERDICT cedentVERDICT
Jury in Federal FederalCourt Court Awards Her He r
7000 7000Mrs 7000lr
Mrs lr Mary Mar I A Capell Capel was awarded a averdict averdIct 1
verdict for 7000 0 damages yesterday in inthe inthe 11 I
the United Unied States State circuit court in her hersuit hersui he hesuit r
suit sui t against the Southern Pacific Pacifc railroad railroadShe raIroad raIroadShe
She was Injured in a wreck at Wads Wadsworth rads radsworth
worth Nev on July 3 1904 10 She asked askedfor askedfor
for 25000 25000In 50 a
In her complaint Mrs Capell Capl alleged allegedthat aleged alegedthat I
that she had sustained the partial partal loss of ofsight ofsight o f
sight in one eye and at the trial evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence was introduced by her attorneys attorneysshowing atoreys atoreysshowIng S
showing that not only was wa the sight of ofone ofone o
one eye nearly ruined rined but that the sight sightof sightof sighI
of the other optic optc has become Impaired Impairedout I
out of sympathy for its It fellow Other in injuries injures ¬
juries jures that the plaintiff plaintff alleged aleged she re received received ¬
ceived were the fracture of three ribs ribsinjuries ribsinjure ribsinjuries 1
injuries injure about the body bod both externally externallyand externaly externalyand externall
and internally internall andthe and the general Impairing Impairingof b bof
of her health healh as a result of shock shockCourt shockCo
Court Co u rt Notes NotesThe Noteshe
The he supreme court began its is May Iay term termyesterday termyesterday ternyesterday a
yesterday yesterdayJudge yesterdayudge yesterdayJudge
Judge udge Ritchie Richie yesterday y terda rendered judg judgment jUdgment judgment ¬
ment for plaintiff plaintff in the case cse of Myron MyronW l ron ronDvis 11
W Davis Dvis vs J E Barnes BarnesThe BarnesTe
The Te case of Albert E Anderson vs vsGeorge v s sGeorge L
George H Snalgrove on an account is on ontrial ontrial 01 a
trial before Judge Lewis and a jury juryThe juryThe
The supreme court yesterday eterda affirmed affirmedthe affrmed affrmedthe aflirmeithe 11
the conviction of J W Freshwater of ofUtah ofUtah o oUtah
Utah county He was convicted conIcte of offelony a afelony aftJon
felony felonyJudge ftJon ftJonJUdge
Judge C W Morse iors is in Richfield Richfeld hold holding holdinK holdd L ¬
ing court cour for Judge John F Chidester Chideter of ofthat ofthat c cthat d
that district He will wi resume sessions seions of ofhis ofhis c chis
his court here Thursday ThursdayG
G Trivino was sentenced to one year yearIn yearin yea yeain
In the penitentiary penltentHr by Judge Armstron Armstronyesterday Armstrong Armstrongyeterday Armstronyesterday
yesterday yeterday for burglarizing the Hub cloth clothing clothin c1otiin ¬
ing in store on South Temple street last De Deiember Deeember DEceruber ¬
iember eember He was convicted conIctec last lst weekStepheu weekSteDhen week weekStephen
Stephen Stepheu Olds is on trial tral before a jury jur jurin
in Judge Jud e Armstrongs Armstron s court for holding holdingup holdin holdintp holdlnlip
up tp Dell Del Wilsons Wlson sln saloon on Plum alley alleyami 1l tllt tlltaiiei J
and Second South street Feb 20 2 James JamesMoore Jamesrore JamE s 3Moore
Moore rore who 10 Is accused RCCUSld jointly jolt with wih him himdemanded himdemanded bindemanded
demanded a H separate stParnte trial trialLuman trial I
Lumen D Ensign Ensi yesterday yeterda petitioned petitionedfor pttoned pttonedfor petitionefor d 1
for letters leters of administration ndministraton on the es estate estate e etate ¬
tate of Mary la1 Ann Ensign who died in inApril InApri I IApril
April Apri 1904 10 The estate 0tate consists of per personal pr prSOu1 ¬
estate estateThe Etfte EtfteThe sonal SOu1 property worth orh 000 and some sme peiil re reestate real realestate rel relEtfte il 1
The supreme court yesterday yester ay dismissed dismissedthe a 1
the appeal In the case caR of W V S Tanner Tannerplaintiff Tannerplaintf TanneplaIntiff r
plaintiff plaintf and respondent respnd nt vs s James Fin Finlayson FinlRy FUlayson
layson lRy n et al al defendants and r rspon rsponents < spond spondenti ponc
enti entq and Levi Lvi A Colvin et al al defendants defendantsand cefJlnnts cefJlnntsanl dofendanand
and anl appellants ap tants because of Imperfections ImperfectionsIn Imperfectons ImperfectonsIn g
In the manner of taking the appeal The Thecase Thecase Ti eease e
case case was from Utah county countyAnnie count countAnnie
Annie R T i Salmon yesterday y < sterda sued the theTtah theTth ti tiitah 10 0
Ttah Tth Light Railway Raiway companv for S50Jfor S5J 0
for alleged ateget personal injuries Injuri She alleges allegesthat aleges alegesthat alleg Cs s
that on June 16 1903 19 i9 while whie she sh < was wasalighting wasalghtng w its s
alighting alghtng from a car at First Frt North Norh wul and andWest andest a aWest ul fl
West est Temple streets the car started too tooquickly tooCuickly t tquickly 9
quickly Cuickly that she was wa pitched forward forwardand forwardand forwal
and thet tot her nervous system was perma permanently permanent permnently a ¬
nently nent injured as a result resultIf result resultIf
If I you ou are contemplating cont < mplRtn buying buyingpiano a apiano apiano
piano now is the time tme to get it it it High Highgrade Highre II IIgrade
grade re instruments made for San San Fran Franrisco ran ranrlsco rai raiISCO
risco rlsco being ing sold sld at a t about half price priceCarstsnson priceCarstens pric pricCarstensen
Carstsnson Carstens n Anson Ansn Co CoMESSAGEjSENT CoESSAGE CoMESSAGE
Wireless Telegraphy TelegraphyUseful Useful to Real RealEstate RealEstate Re al alEstate
Estate Man Homeward Bound Boundn BoundAn i iAn
An n instance of the advantage advantge of wire wireless wir e eless ¬
less 1 8 telegraphy telegphy developed out of the re recent retent r e ecent ¬
cent tent disaster disster at San Francisco The story stor storis sto ry ryIi f
is told in a recent issue of the San Fran Francisco lra1 Fra Fracisco Ii ¬
cisco Examiner ExaminerGeorge ExaminerGeorge ExaminerGeorge
George Lent Lnt of the real estate firm frm of f
Hooker Lent was In Paris when he re received receIved x xceived ¬
ceived news of the earthquake ethQuake and fire fre Ill ri
He immediately imme < l teh embarked on a steamer steamerbound stemer stemerbound steam r
bound for New York In 1 midocean midoceansent he hesent hesent e
sent a I wireless wireles message to a a firm of ar architects arhltect r ir irhItects ¬
chitects hltect in Boston to meet him at the thepier thepier t he here e
pier in New York The T1e architects were wereon wereon we weon re
on hand when the steamer arrived and andhe andhe a nd ndhe
he soon had them th < m at work on plans for fornew fornew i inew
new buildings buidIngs to t bo b erected n > ctd on his prop property proprt prc prccrtv 1 ¬
erty rt in the ruined city cityNew dtyOldCougns cityOldCougi
OldCougns OldCougnsNew I INew
New coughs are bad enough Old Oldcoughs OJdcoughsnreworse 1 1cougbsarewOrSe
coughs coughsnreworse are worse much worse They Theyalwsvs Theyalwvs The r ralways
always make mae one think of bronchitis bronchitisconsumption bronchits bronchitsconsumpton bronchitisconsumption
consumption consumpton Ayers Cherry Cher Pecto Pectoral Pectoral Pectoral ¬
ral quickly cures new coughs And Andit Andit I Iit
it cures old ones too The next time timeyou timeyou timcyou
you see se your doctor ask him why whythis whythis whjthis
this medicine so promptly prompty relieves relievescoughs releves relevescougbs I Icoughs
Then follow his
coughs roIow advice adviceWi
Wi w MTI ntrrti a aft w iUs Os J C CAyor JLyor r Co CoenI Coa
a ir enI Ias ef alt 1 sir diaa ediiIat I Lowell Lwel CA 2 Ma atasM aa
Employ E mploy s of Rio Grande Grnde WesternGive Western WesternGive
Give Expensive Token to For Former Former Foriner ¬
mer Ifflaster Mster Mechanic MechanicThe Mecl1c Mecl1cThe
The attaches ataches of the mechanical mechanica de department departent deartment ¬
partment partent p of the Rio Grande Western Westernpresented Westernresented iresternpresented
presented p to John Hickey former ormer man master ma
ter te tela r mechanic of that road a silver siver set setlast setlast setst
last la st evening Mr lfr Hickey left the Rio RioGrande RioGrande Riorande
Grande G rande Dec 1 He leaves today for forSt forSt fort
St S Sa t Paul where he will wi visit yisl relatives relativesand relativesnd
SA and a nd friends frends for three or four weeks weeksAs weeksAs weekss
As A s a token of their regard regrd for their theirformer theirformer therrrmer
former fo foth rmer coworker sixteen attaches attches of ofthe ofthe ofe
the th e Rio Grandes Grades mechanical force pur purchased purchased ¬
chased c a silver siler set of sixtyfour pieces piecesThe piecesThe pieceshe
The T he set is in a mahogany mhogany case cse bearing bearingthe bearIngthe bearinge
the th e inscription inscripton Presented to Mr lIr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs M Md rs John Hickey by the mechanical mechanicaldepartment mechanicaldepartment mechanicalepartment
department d of the Rio Grande West AVestejyi Weste Westta
ejyi e ta May lIay 14 1 1906 Each piece is en engraved engrved enraved ¬
graved grved g raved wih with an UH H The Tle set com comprises cm cmprises cornrises ¬
prises p rises complete sets of knives forks forksspoons forksspoons forkspoons
5 spoons s and other table silverware silverwareMr siverware siverwarelIr
Mr lIr Hiokey had gone to bed when whenthe whenthe
the th e meri men knocked at the door of his hisheme
j home h cme 730 East First South street steet last lastevening lastvening
ew evening e < Expecting Expectng a friend with withwhom wih wihwhom
whom w hom he had an appointment appintment Mr MrHickey lr lrHickey <
Hickey H Hg ickey answered the knock knock He was wasgreatly wasgreaty
i greatly greaty g surprised to t see a delegation delegationof delegaton delegatonof
of o < f his former employes march into his hishome
j home h ome Colonel C W A Schnell Schnel pre presEnted
sented se ated the gift Mr lr Hickey managed managedto
to respond with wih a few words express I
I Ing in g his heartfelt heartfel appreciation appreciaton of his hisformer hisformer
f former fo rmer coworkers kindness The Theboys
boys who purchased purchaed and presented presentedthe
f the th e set are E J Hall Hal J H Snyder SnyderW
AV s v H Smith Smih W E Scare W Math
ews e ws C W V A Schnell Schnel S F Witney WitneyV Whitney
W i V H Talhourst L Holmes William Wiiam
Embury Embur E mbury W C Lambert H Myers MyersA 1I ers ersA I
u A Am T Thorne D C Cooper C H Sher Shermer Shermer Sherer
i mer m er and Bert Pape PapeMr PapeMr
Mr and Mrs 11rs Hickey will wi be absent absentscme
scme sc e me time from Salt Lake They will wi
spend s a week in Denver and another anotherweek
week w i eek or ten days in Chicago Chicgo before beforeproceeding beforeproceeding
proceeding p to St Paul where they th Y will willvisit wi yiil
i visit v isit for several weeks Since leaving leavingthe leavingthe
the t < he employ of the Rio Grande Mr MrHikey
Hickey Hikey H ickey has been traveling in Califor Calfor Calfornia
nia n ia and Texas TexasFIRST TexasFIRST
Preliminary Preliir P Construction Constcton Work on onStrawberry onStawber o L
Strawberry Stawber Valley Vaey Project ProjectIs
Is Started StartedDistrict Stted SttedDistrit
District Distrit Engineer George L Swend Swendsen Swendsen
sen s en established establshed his first frst construction constructioncamp constructon constructoncamp L
camp c at Thistle Thiste last lat Saturday in con connection connection ¬
nection n with wih the Strawberry Strwberr valley valey ir irrigation irrigaton ¬
rigation rigaton ri rit gatlon project Thirty men and twelve twelveteams twelveteams
teams t eams are now at work grading a spur spurjust spurjust
just j ust beyond Thistle Thiste for the Rio Grande GrandeWestern Grnde GrndeYestern 1
Western railroad riroad The machinery machiner sup supplies suppIes ¬
plies pIes p lies and equipment for the project will willbe wi wille I
be b e shipped out on this spur half a mile mileIn mUein
In i n length and from there freighted into intothe intothe
the t he valley valey by teams teamsSome teamsSome
Some grading graing has already been done doneon doneon
on o n the road up up Spanish Fork canyon to toDiamond toDiamond
Diamond D iamond Fork The reclamation reclamaton ser service service ¬
vice v ice will wil build buid a road up Diamond Fork Forkto Forkto Forlio
to t o the dam site sie This work will wi take takeconsiderable tke tkeconsiderable takeonsiderable
considerable c time tme and it i is said that thatbefore thatbefore thaiefore
before b it is completed a camp will wi be beestablished beestablshed bestablished
established establshed e in Strawberry valley valey to tocommence tocommence
commence c preliminary prelminary work there A Astorehouse Astorehouse
storehouse s and other buildings buIding are to tobe tobe t
be b e constructed at Thistle 1histle in the near nearfuture nearfuture L
future f uture It I is possible that next week weekMr
Mr 111 Swendsen will wi jll be authorized to ad advertise advertse adertine ¬
vertise vertse v for bids for the power plant plantThe plani
The contract for the building buiding of the thetelephone thetelephone th thelephone
telephone t tb system s stem into the valley yaley has not notbeen no t
been b een awarded but Mr 1r Swendsen is islooking islooking h 3
looking l every day for a notice notce from fromWashington fromVashington 1 1Washington
Washington WashingtonOrino
Orino Laxative Lxatve Fruit Syrup is best bestfor bestfor I
for f or women and children chidren Its Is mild mid ac action acton acion ¬
tion ton t ion and pleasant pleaant taste makes it i prefer preferable preferable ¬
able a ble to violent purgatives purgatves such as pills pillstablets pis pistablet pillsablets
tablets tablet t etc Get the booklet bo klet and a sam sample sample ¬
ple of Orino at F G J Hill Hi Drug Co CoMany CoG Co1Iany
Many 1Iany of those San Francisco pianos pianoshave pianoshae S
have been sold but the selection selecton is still stillunbroken sti
unbroken Carstensen Anson Co 71 71South 71South 7 7South
South Main lain street streetIRG streetVJINDING
Executive Executve Committee Will Wil Soon SoonMake SoonMake Soo SooMake LI
Make Full l Report of Money MoneyEpended
Expended ExpendedWithin Epended EpendedYithln ExpendedWithin
Within a fox fe j days the executive execute com committee corninittee
mittee of the citizens citzens relief relef organiza organization organizaton organization
tion ton will wi make a report of the money moneycollected mone moneconected y ycollected
collected and and expended in the interest interestof t tof
of the destitute desttute peopel of San Francisco FranciscoThis Francsco Francscohls FranclsccThis
This hls report will wi also show the balance balanceon balancon
on hand hand which is between 12000 O and andI an d
15000 15000A
A meeting meetng of the executive Ixetutve commit committee committee committee
tee was wa held yesterday and the present pres presen presenstatus en t tstatus
status of the relief relef work was wa gone into intothoroughl mt mtthoroughly
thoroughly A telegram was forwarded forwardedto
to Mayor E E Schmitz Schmiz of San Fran Francsco FranCSCO
cisco csco CSCO Inquiring into the needs at this thi thitime
time tme in the way of relief relef Upon the thereceipt Ui Uireceipt
receipt of a a reply to the message the thecommitee Ui Uicommittee
committee commitee will wil decide whether to for forward foiward
ward the balance m the treasury or to to topurChase t tpurchase
purchase purChase supplies supples with wih the money and andship andship an anship
ship them to the coast coastSOLDIERS coastWAS coastIA
Company Attends and Taps Sound Soud at atFuneral atFerl it itFuneral
Funeral Ferl of Captain Captin Wood Woodwards W Woodwards ood oodwards ¬
wards Daughter DaughterLittle DaughterLitte
Little Litte Catherine Adrienne Woodward Woodwardthe Woodwardte 1 1the
the te threeyearold three earold daughter of Captain CaptainJ Captin CaptinJ n nJ
J E Woodward of company E Twen I
tyninth infantry who died Saturday Saturdayf Saturda ir iras
was as a general favorite of the enlisted enlistedmen enlsted enlstedmen enllstcmen
men at Fort Douglas and many of ofthem ofth f fthem
them th < m showed their grief by their at ai I
tendance at the funeral yesterday yesterdaymornidg y ymorning
morning Co my E was wa present in ina I Ina
a body and Trrmpeter rtnpetcr Blasius blew blJw blJwtps bl V Vtaps
taps tps over the little ltte grave graveInterment gve gveInterment graveInterment
Interment was wa0 at Mount Olivet Olvet cem cemeter 1 1etery
etery eter Bishop Lawrence Scanlan Scalan oflfl oflflelating of of ofciating
elating ciatng A large number of relatives relativesand relatves relatvesand relatIv is isand
and friends from Salt Lake Lke were pres present pre 3 3ent
ent entLARGE ent J 0 0LARGE
Several Thousand Tickets Sold Sold for forKeithOBrien forKelt fi fiKeithOBrien r
KeithOBrien Kelt OBrien Dance DanceThe DanceThe DanceThe
The annual annua dance dace given by employes employesof es esof
of the the KitiOBrien KeithOBrien Dry Goods com company company con Ii Iipany ¬
pany tonight at Saltair Salair Is expected to
bring out a large crowd Arran
Arrange Arrangements Arrangements e ements ¬
ments have been made by
amuse amusement amusement C Cmont ¬
ment company to provide PrJ e sufficient sufficientrolling sufcient sufcientroUng at atrolling
rolling roUng stock to carry crry the great gret loads of ofpleasure ofpleasure ofpleasure
pleasure seekers and about fifteen fiftef n
trains trans will w1 be necessary necessar L p ffen Chris 5
tensens orchestra orchestr3 of twelve pieces will w 111
furnish the music A large number w1 of i
tickets tckets have been be n sold sal at 50 cents each eac h
Including the round trip railroad riroad fare far C
The receipts of the dance danc will vfI be turned turnedover tured turne a aover
over tothe fund supported supporteby by b the
em employes cmployc en i iployes ¬
ployes of the KeithOBrien company
Ielt < Brien compnn
Six S < ix of ofthe the Master Painters Re Reply Repy ¬
ply in Decisive Fashion to toMens toMens
Mens Ultimatum UltimatumLONG UltimatumLONG
Another strike which may eventually eventuallyinvolve eventualY eventualYinvolve
r involve in volve a considerable number of work workmen workmen ¬
r men m en in Salt Sat Lake Lae before it i is concluded concludedbegins concludedbegins
begins b egins today tday The employing painters paintersand paintersnd
and a nd decorators after afer several severl meetings meetingshave meetngs meetngshave
have h ave reached the conclusion concusion that they theycannot theycannot
c cannot ca nnot accede to the terms demanded by bythe bythe
t the th e men and have inanpurated inaIjrated a lock lockout lockout ¬
out o < ut to begin this mo nrig this being beingthe beingthe
t the th e last day given by the union to send sendan sendan
an a n answer to the mens requests All Allthe Anthe
t the th e men in six of the larger shops have havebeen havebeen
1 been b een notified notfed that they need not come cometo cometo
1 to work today Some of the smaller smallershops maUershops
s shops s have not as yet decided to throw throwtheir throwtheir
i their t lot with the bigger establish establishments establsh establshments ¬
i ments m ents andIn adin and In these the men expect to togo togo
go g o to work in the morning at the in increased increaed
creased creaed c < rate rte of wages wagesThe wagesThe
The establishments establshments which have joined joinedto I
1 to t o fight fght the workmens demands are arethose arethose 1
t those t of the Hamlin Hamln paint shops W V A ADuvall ADuval Ai
1 Duvall Duval D uvall George W Ebert Co the theDinwoodey theDinwoodey theL i
Dinwoodey D company the Midgleys lIdgleys and andC andC L
C < H Bodel Bodel These form the nucleus nucleusof luclpus luclpusof
of o < f an association asociaton which it is expected expectedwill expectedwi I
1 will wi w ill include the greater geater number of the theemployers theeployers
e employers eployers except the small smal shops which whichare whichare I
are a < re not in a position positon to fight fght or have havetoo havetoo haveI I
i too t oo many contracts contrcts pending and stand standto tandto I
to t o lose too much The other employers employerswill employerswi employerill
i will wi w ill probably give their men notice to today today ¬
day d ay
Demands of the Men MenThe MenThe
The men have been getting gettng S330 30 per perday perday
day d dd ay and were compelled compeled to work Satur Saturday Saturday
day d ay afternoons afernoons They Te ask for S4 4 per perday er erday
day d ay and Saturday Saturda afternoon afernoon off of with withfull wJthful wit I
full ful f ft ull pay for that day The question queston of ofthe ofthe 01 01he
the t he open shop has not as a yet et entered enteredinto enteredinto enterecnto
into i nto the controversy but the employers employersmay employersmay employeray
may m ay insist upon this later laterThe laterThe
The men locked out by the six shops shopswill shopswl shopill
will wl w ill number in the vicinity of 100 They Theywill Theywl The3ill
will wl w ill hold a meeting meetng at 530 oclock oco k this thisafternoon thisafero thi
afero a afternoon m in Labor Lbor hall hal to consider the thesituation thl th thltuatidn
situation sluati s n and organize for the coming comingstruggle comingstruggle comunitruggle
struggle s They claim their union is i in ina Ina 1 1flourishing
a flourishing fourishing condition and that they theythoroughly theythoroughly the
thoroughly t considered consldered the financial financialphase fnancIal fnancIalphase financiahase I
phase p hase of the te question queston before they made madetheir madetheir
to their t demands They fully fuly expect the theother theother Th
other o ther large shops to follow folow the lead of ofthe ofthe o f
the t he six for the present but are confident confidentthat confd nt ntthat t
that t with wih all al the spring work that is ison ison h hn
on o n hand they the cannot long hold out outSide outSide outSide
Side of Employers EmployersThe
The employers on the other hand handcontend handcontend
contend c that they have been unfairly unfairlytreated unfairl unfairltreated
treated t by the men in in only receiving receivingten receivln receivlnten
ten t en days notice notce They say that most mostof mostof mos mosf
of o f their contracts were ere made some time timeago tme tmeago tim C
ago ac a go and that if they gave in and ac accepted 8t acepted ¬
cepted c the mens ultimatum ultmatum they tey could couldnot couldnot
not n ns ot possibly make anything out of their theirsummers lheirsummers r
summers s work Rather than keep open openat openat opeit Li
at a t a loss they prefer to close down dow al altogether altogether ¬
together t and say that they will wil save savemoney savemoney e
money by so doing Had sufficient sufcient no notice not ¬
tice t t tt izie e been given before the summer con contracts contracts conracts ¬
tracts t had been made they might have haveacceded haveacceded hay e ecceded
acceded a to the increases increasesSome increasesSome increasesSome
Some of the te men said last night that thatthe thatthe t
the t he mistake of giving too long noticwas notice noticewas notce notcewas C tC
was made by b the molders and the em employers e1 emIoyer ¬
ployers p Ioyer had time tme to get ready for fortruggle a astruggle astruggle
struggle s so They believe bele e they are asking askingonly aking akingonly askin askinnly
only o nly a fair wage and Intend to get It Itor Itor I t tr
or o r hang up all al the work about the thecity theciy th thity
city ciy c ity this summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The question queston has already arisen in inthe inte i r rthe
the te Federation Federaton of Labor Lbor how far one oneunion oneunion on C Cunion
union may work on a job where an another another another ¬
other trade is on a strike It I Is likely lkely like likeo
to t o arise again in this Instance and an anattempt anatempt a n nattempt
attempt atempt may be made to draw dra the en entire entre 1 ¬
tire tre t ire building buiding trades into the dispute disputeMISS disputeMISS
Miss 1iss Edith Rosma R03 a Godbe will wi appear r rn
in I n a song recital recitl at tho tl Y M lf C A J i
tonight presented by b her teacher Mrs I
Martha Royle King Willard Viarc Flash Flashman Flashman FlasIman
man will wil assist as flutist futst and an Miss liss Edna Edu
Edwards as accompanist A
quintette quintettecomposed quintete quintetecomposed qulntettcomposed
composed of Mrs Mrs King Miss Carol Cartl Car
Evans Miss lIss Judith Judih f Evans and Miss liss M
Hallie Halie Foster will wil Fintr in iricr two numbers numbersIt numh < r rI
> oOxo i
I I Coffee I s 0
i Hurts HurtsS HurtsOnern I r 0r S
One Onern In Inf H HThree I II
f Three ThreeI 9
It I is difficult difcul to make people believe beleve beliei re
that coffee cofee is an absolute poison to at t
least one person out of every three but butpeople butpeople hi it itpeople
people are < slowly finding fnding it out al a I ¬
though thousands thousnds of them suffer sufer terri 1 ¬
bly before they discover the fact
A New York hotel man says Each Eac h
time tme after afer drinking coffee I became becamerestless becamerestess ie ierestless
restless restess nervous and excited so that I Iwas Iwas
was unable to sit five
fve minutes in one oneplace oneplace or re replace
place was also also inclined Inclned to vomit and andsuffered andsuffered at id idsuffered
suffered from loss
sleep which got gi Dt
worse and worse worseA worsei vorseuA
uA i A lady said that
coffee coffEc was wz is
the cause of my m trouble and suggested d
that t I try tr Postum Food Coffee I
laughed at the thought that coffee Cofee hurt hu rt
me but she insisted so hard that I
finally fnaly had some Postum made I have ha e
been using usin It In place
ever eversince sir er ersInce
since for I noticed TotcP that all my former form er
nervousness it and Irritation
Irriaton disappeared ci
I I began begn to sleep sle p perfectly perfect and the Pos Posi Po 5
tur turn i J tjisted tasted as good or better beter than the ti re
old coffee cofee so what hat was the use of stick stic k ¬
ing to a beverage that stck
inf a ruining rining me m
One day on an excursion up the ti ie
country I remarked to a young lady 1a
friend rend on her greatly Improved
greaty appear r ¬
ance ante She explained that some time be b e ¬
fore she had quit using coffee and
qui cofee taken tken tak m
Postum She had gained gined a number of
pounds and her former forer palpitation of
the heart
humming in the ears trem 0 ¬
bling blng of the hands and legs l < gs and tem other 0th er
disagreeable feelings had disappeared ci
She recommended me to quit coffee and a id
take tke Postum and was wa very ver much sur surprised surprise su r ¬
prised prise to find fnd that I had already made ma 2e
the th change changeShe changeuShe changeShe
She said her brother had also
re r e ¬
ceived great geat benefits bQneft from leaving 10ing off offcoffee of c tif tifcoffee
coffee Crofe and taking oniPosium on o P Qst stuim m Food Cof Co f ¬
fee e
heres here er s a reason r aon I
Pupils Pupis P upils Work Is Shown in Great Va Variety Varetyand ¬
riety retyand and Programme ProgrammeIs Progm
Is Presented PresentedParent
Parents to the number of several seerl hun hundred hundred hunred ¬
dred d red gathered at the Lowell Lwel school last lastevening lastevening
evening ev ening to view the exhibit cf cfwork work and andhear andhea andear
hear hea h hp ear the programme presented by the thepupils thepupis theupils
pupils pupis p upils The Tle upper corridor oridor was lighted lghted
I for fo foe r theoccasion the occasion and here on n a platform platformerected platformerected platformrected
erected e for the purpose a brief pro programme prOgamme proramme ¬
gramme gamme g ramme was rendered by the pupils pupilsTwo pupis pupisTo
Two T wo classes In first frst grade reacUng rtdng were werepresented werepresented
presented p resented one under Miss l1ss Maud ltau Potter Potterand Poter Poterand Potternd
and a nd one under Miss Martha Walters Waltersand Waters Watersand Wattersnd
and a nd they won the applause of their theirlsteners
listeners lsteners li steners again and again agin aginThis againThis
liei This was followed folowed by Q a class of ofeighth oreighth ofghth
eighth ei ghth grade pupils pupis in Julius ulus Caesar Caesarwho Caesarwho Caesarho
who w ho aroused favorable comment cc mnient Two Twovocal Twoocal Twoocal
vocal v ocal soles by Lillian LiIan Phelps followed followedand folowed folowed2nd followednd
and 2 2le nd the programme closed cosed with wih two ac 8c s
lections lectons le leo ctions played in excellent Excelent timeby tme by an anorchestra
orchestra o of little ltte folk under the direc directon
tion ton ti on of Miss Fannie Buckbee BuckbeeThe BuckbeTte BuckbeeTJe
The Tte exhibit of work was comprehen comprehensive comprehen compreheni coniprehenyc ¬
sive n i yc embracing al the t subects subect in the thecurriculum thecurrculum
curriculum currculum c The lower curriaor COITtor has a adeep adeep
deep d eep border botder unning emh piy ely < iy around it i
on n Avhich the work is mounted m urted a deco decorative de D Dratve
rative ratve r appearance being given by b the theborders theborders tileorders
borders b at top and bottom botom made of the thepaper thepaper theaper
paper p aper cuttings cuttngs of o the lower grades gradesmounted grdes grdesmounted
mounted m by the teachers Broods of ofchickens ofchicJ
chickens chicJ c ns life Ife size with wih mother hens hensand hensand
and a nd tiny tny coops give a natural naturl appear appearance appearnce appearnce
ance a nce to the whole and bevies of birds birdsadorn bird birdadorn birdsdorn
adorn a the upper spaces Especially Esp ciany fine fineis fne fneis finethe
is the history and geography work of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he pupils pupis in the upper grades both the thesubjects thesubject
subjects subject s being well wel illustrated lustrated either eitherwith eiher eiherwih
with wih w ith maps of theregions the regions treated or orwith orwih orith
with wih w ith cuttings cuttngs mounted mo nt ntdd d to illustrate lustrte the thecomposition thecompositon
composition compositon c work The manual train training tralnexhibit
ing i ng exhibit is fully fuly up to that shown In Inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he other schools in quality qualty and a great greater
er e r quantity quantty is shown especially especaly from fromthe fromthe fromhe
the t he girls of the three upper grades The Thework Thework Theork
work w ork is of the same general character characterincluding chracterincluding chtractercluding
including in underwear fine fne aprons kitch kich kichen
en e n aprons hemstitching hemsttching linen lnen marking tarking tarkingand markingnd
and a nd fine fne darning The work of the boys boysconsists boysconsists boyonsists
consists c largely of smaller smaler trinkets trinketssuch trinketssuch trinketsuch
such s as a picture frames and key racks racksalthough rck rckalhough
although alhough a one or two ironing boards and anda
a foot stool are shown shownThe shownThe
The landings on the stairway were weretransformed weretransformed
transformed t into pleasant little ltte recep ¬
tion ton t ion rooms and here the girls of the theeighth theeighth
eighth e grade served sered lemonade to their theirvisitors theirvIsitors
visitors v The formal exhibit closed cosed last lastevening lasteenlng lasivening
evening e but the work will wil remain in inplace inplace itlace
place p lace for a few days so that all al inter interested interested ¬
ested e may see It ItARIZONA
Joseph F McCune Pulls Puls Out His Re Revolver Revolver ¬
volver and Shoots in inthe inthe
the Air AirJoseph A
Joseph oseph McCune lIcCune late from the cow cowboy cowboy cowoy ¬
boy b oy camps of Arizona Arizona dabbled with withthe withthe wit r
the t he demon rum yesterday afternoon afternoonand afernoon 1
and a nd started up West Temple street t tourishing
flourishing fourishing fl a A5calber 45caliber revolver Once Oncewith Oncewih Oncewith
with wih a whoop he pulled puled the trigger triggerand triggerand triggend
and a nd shot Into the air He immediately immediatelywas immediatelwas
was awakened to the fact that he was wasnot wasnot wa
not n ot straddle of a bronco and ad out on onthe onthe or i
the t he deserts of Arizona when the pedes pedestrians pedestrians ¬
trians t rushed across the street to get getout getout ge t
out o ut of his way wayMcCune waylIcCune wayMcCune
McCune lIcCune put his gun gn out of sight and andran andran an anan
ran r an for the Germania saloon at Firs F rst
South and West Temple emple streets Po ¬
liceman lceman l Morrison lIorison saw his dart into the thesaloon thesaloon tb S
saloon s and went In after afer him Mc ¬
Cune was locked In the city cit jail jai The Thecharges Thecharges Th C
charges c of drunkenness and discharg ¬
ing I ng firearms frears in the city ciy limits lmis was made madeagainst madeaginst e egainst
against aginst a him himMcCune himlIcCune
McCune lIcCune gave his age as 56 and said sal i
he had just come from Arizona He Hewas H Hwas e
was employed there on the cow trail trailand tri trailand
and was on his way to Montana MontanaDR MontanaDR1
0 0OR
Commissioners Commssioners Appoint Appoit Him H Assist Assistant Assistant Assisiant I ¬
ant County Count Physician to t Suc Succeed Succeed ¬
ceed Dr
Ostennann OstennannDr Ostern
Dr W R
Calderwood was yesterday yesterda yesterdayappointed y
appointed a assistant asistant county physician by b y
the t he
county commissioners to succeed Dr D r
James Ostermann deceased The
ap a ¬
pointment was made upon the recom t ¬
mendation mendaton of Dr E W V Whitney Vhitne county count
physician The position positon pays pa s a salary of C F
5100 10 100 a month months monthLOCAL
company will Yi increase both its coke and Ld 1
Its it I ts coal output 33 3 u 13 per cent Is this season seasonSENT season seasonSENT i iSENT
SENT TO TEXASThe body of George Geor e
Zimmerman th thc ° Nevada mining mfn
man ma fl 1
who died on the train en route to Salt Sa t t
Lake fke was shipped to Austin Tex
terday for interment intermentfrC Austn yes ye
William fham Igleheart wl will a address dress the prin 1
cipals of the cty city schools at 4 oclock to t
morrow afternoon in the ofice office of Super r
intendent D H Christense Christensen ChristensenSTONE
cuters cutters are practically all idle
practcaly al there be b
Ing s Itte little Ic T work rk in their line lne They he claim dali I r
Jn that th the cit city ty authorities authorites should take t ke th this is
into consideration
consideraton when they propose it > u to i 10
set out cement curbings curbingsLITTLE curbingsLiTTLE
neral of Katherine the 3y 3oarold carold
daugh daught
ter of f CaptaIn and Mrs Jo John
irs E Wood Woodtl 1
tl ward was hel held < yesterday sterda afternoon at t
the home o oET6 at Fort DOglas
The ser1ices servlc s
ET6 were coduct conducted by b Bishop Laurence Lurence Scan i
Ian and d wr attlnded attended by the intimatc intimatcONETHIRD intmate to B
friends of the
faml family only oniyOPERATION onlyOPERATION
the Utte little daughter of 0
Captain and Mr rs
H R Perry ffyt yt was operated on yesterday
frC LI
for an o affection ff n of the
al affect lungs folowInc following a
long illness Ilness with pneumonia Drs Allen AlI a
M ii L Smith and nd William illiam Keller Alen
ilam Keler performed perormed d 5
the operation
operaton and last evening the child childoT chi Id J
oT had nlled rallied and ° d Was wa reported Wted to be chid out outATERWilIIam oi it t
of danger dangerFIES dangerFILES
Myton Utah
llyton made application
applcaton yesterday yesterdaynSIi yesterdr Li
at the stte state engIneers engineers offce office for forthe the ap a 1
proprIaton propriation nSIi of ° f water ater for irrigation IrrIgaton pur pa r
poses The Te applicant applcant filed fled on one second secondiGL seconl
foot of water
to be taken from the Green Gree n 1
river iGL system m in TOuHUeh county A chan 11
nel nd lo Is to ° bf b be constructed con 2SOO
< feet
to tructEd 28 in length lengthland lengi Lb 1
carr carry water r to seventy sevent acres of off 0 r
land landKA landKATIE
funeral f > of Katie BURED
neJl Kate McDonald the 12year
old drd daughter t errof of Superintendent SupErintendent John 1YCr Mc lit
Donald of ° f th the
dr Utah
ttal CopPlr companvs 5
mine In
J2 Bln1ham 5 anV was held yesterday yesterdayf yesterd ty
mornlnK ° in ILl in ftMarys St Mar Marys s cathedral
mornng f J cathedrl of this thisr th is
city Rev Father
ciy mathor Ryan R an said requiem m
SS mass Wo The r ltte little Ltl0 gir s sufferld suffered fered from trm heart hen rt 11
trotble n and bowel
trohle ilti iltiOWo1 OWo1 complaint She died dil d
in BIngham Friday Frida morning morningTLEV morningLEV morningLEW
charged ar wIth th 1v1
charged eidrn receiving r < brass stolen from fro
district the Vff riroad railroad l court d sh shops > ° Ps was was bound over to the theJudge ti le
yesterday b I
morning l
Judge C B
Diehi In
passing upon the ti ie
case Judge udge Diehl wal
sajd that tat there was w is
enough evidence introduced to hold him hi m
to a higher court but as a judge jud e sitting sittir ig
LItmtheTCaS In the cage ° he would hesitate to convict convi sitIng
him l01 In n VJ view of this Jude Judve Diehl said saidTT sa
thrt that hp h would wouldredljee the defendants
reiuce te br ill 1
from f0 5000 to 10 i000 i000MORE
TT Ut Utah h h state t BABES board
stte of examiners exmIners of of barbers ba ers rs
WILLIAMSON WILLIMSNAt W ILLIAMSONAt At 253 23 North Seventh SeventhWest Seveth SevethWest SeventhWest
WP West street stee4 this city cl May 14 1 Samuel Sauel SauelP
P Williamson WIlamson son of Joseph and Jane JaneWilliamson JaneWiUason JaneWilliamson
Williamson WiUason born bor Oct 11 1 1877 18 in l Sprins Sprinsvllle Spring
vllle YUe y ule Utah UtahFnerl
Funeral Fnerl notice later laterMOULE laterMOULEInthtsclt
a MOULE MOULEInthtsclt M OULEIn In this city May 14 1 Bridget BridgetMoule BrIdgetfoule BrIdgetMoule
Moule aged aed 40 years yearsFuneral 1earsFuneral
Funeral notice notce Jater JaterKOIvER ater aterKOKERIn
KOIvER KOKERIn K OKERhn In this city dt May Ma 14 Mrs Mr Mary
E Koker aged age 30 31 3t years wife of John
A Koker of 442 2 Post street and daughter daughterI daughter daughterof
of o f Thomas and Eilen Jones janitor janior of ofthe ofthe
I the t ot he Franklin Fnkln school schoolNotice schooiNotce
Notice Notce of funeral later laterCARRUTHERS lahrCARUTHERSWilam
CARRUTHERS CARUTHERSWilam C ARRUTHERSWillIani William Carruthers Carrthers ot
534 5 5 34 South First Firt West street street at St StMarks StMaHcs
Marks Mark hospital hospitl at midnight mldnl ht of Brights Brightsdisease Brghts Brghtsdh
disease dh ease aged 70 years yearsRemains yearsRemains ears earsRemaIns
Remains are at ODonnells ODonnels undertaking undertakingparlors undertakingnaror undertakingrlors
= J parlors naror pa rlors Funeral notice notce later laterFUNERAL InterFR laterPUNERAL
The funeral of Norton C Infant son sonof sonor
c of Mr and Mrs Mr Hyrum Mortensen lorensen will
t be held today Tuesday Tesda at 130 13 p m from wl
4 422 42 42 2 West Third South street Friends are
invited invied in vited to attend attendThe atend atendThe attendThe
The funeral services service of Edmond Colvin Colvinwill Colvinwi
will wi w ill be hpld at St St Marys cathedral cathedralwhere catedrl
where w here requiem mass will be celebrated celebratedat celebrted celebrtedat
atW i at 11 1 a m Ladies Ldles of fSalt Salt Lake Lake circle circleomen
W Women omen of Woodcraft Woodcrft and friends frends invit invited Invited ¬
ed Interment in Calvary Cahar cemetery cemeteryThe cemeteT cemeteTThe
The funeral of Mrs 11rs Mary lIaT A A Newman Newmanwill Newmanwl
will wl w ill be held at noon today toda from the un unrtaklng ¬
dertaking dertakin1 de rtaklng establishment establshPnt of Joseph E
Taylor T 251 21 East First South street streetFLOHISTS street streetJORISTS
214 21 4 E 2d 2 So Phones 37 Specialist Specalst on onneral
funeral ru neral designs and everything floral floralE florl florlE
Main M ain with wih WIllesHorne WfesHorne Drug Co Fu Funeral Funeral ¬
neral n eral work and decorating decoratn our specialty specialtyTOMBSTONES specialtyTOMSTONS specialtyTOMBSTONES
FOR tombstones and monuments and andmarkers andmarkers andarkers
i T markers m go to Dovers 73 7 W V So Temple TempleSOCIETIES TempleSO
will wi w ill hold a special meeting meethg this thIs Tues Tuesay ¬
day d ay evening at 730 73 oclock for or work in
the t he E A degree deJee Masons invited invitedMOSES invied inviedMOSES
ONE ON light lght sorrel mare light lght mane and anc ancail
i tail tai t bar and R R Z on rght shoulder shouldereturn
Return R eturn to 1363 136 So 2d W WAN WA
AN A opal ring on Waterloo car Saturday
Please P lease return to 341 34 W T 4th North and re receive receive reelve ¬
ceive c reward rewardA
A 20 BILL BIL between 2d North and 3d 3c I Iest
W West est and Z Z C M 1 I Return to Herald Heraldoffice Heraldoffce I
office offce o and receive receivereward receiverewardON reward rewardON rewardON
ON BRIGHAM street Friday Frday ladys ladyspurse ladyspurse lady
purse p urse containing 75 cents Please Plee leave leaveat leaveat leav
at a t Herald office and keep change changeGENTLEMANS changeGENTLEMANS
GENTLEMANS umbrella umbrela initials Initals W
H M on handle Return to 750 South
Third T hird West Vest Reward RewardPLANTS RewardPLTS RewardPLANTS
PANSIES Shasta daisies cosmos as asers ¬
ters t ers cupsaucers stocks stock lobelias 10beJa salvias salvi salvlaomato as
tomato t plants pot plants etc etc 64 6 W W V
3d 3 d So and 419 So 4th W V Formerly of o
56 5 6 W Y 1st So SoDelinquent SoDelnquent
Delinquent Delnquent Notice NoticeGREAT Notce NotceGREAT NoticeGREAT
Milling lling company Location Lcton of mine Dra Draper Draper ¬
per p er mining district dIstrict Principal place of o
business b Salt Lake City Ci Utah Notice
There There T here are delinquent delnquent upon the following foJowlng Notce
described descrbed d stock on account of assess assessment assessment assessmerit
ment No o 4 levied on the 18th day of o oebruary
February Februar F 1006 10 the several severl amounts set setopposite setopposie se sepposite
opposite opposie o the names of the respective respectiveshareholders
shareholders s as follows followsCert tolows tolowsCert respectve respectveshareholders
Cert CertNo Cert
No Name Shares Share Amt
1 IA A G Eikrem 1000 Amt 100 1 tJ
25 SAnna 25Anna Anna Peterson 40000 400 10 40 0 00 C
26 26John 26John John Petersen Peteren 10500 105 1050 10 4 1 0
2S 8Martha Martha lIartha Froisland Froislad 25000 20 2500 105 25 C
35 3L 33L L A Palmer lOSO 108 1 101 01 C 0 Ii
36 36A 36A A Seiner 3000 300 3
37 37C C M Nielsen 2500 30 250 2 g
49 49 49C C M Nielsen 5000 50 500 5 25 M
63 60laf 63Olaf Olaf Froisland 1000 10 100 50 1 10
SO 8C 89C C M L Nielsen 2500 25 2 50 i0
120 1001at 1 20Olaf Olaf Froisland 500 54 54MCharles 50
ir 1Charles 1 > 4 Charles Eddins 2500 50 2 50 0
155 15Charlcs 1 55Charles Charles EddIns 2500 25 250 2 25 io
156 156Charles 1 56Charles Charles Eddins 2500 25 2 25 50
166 166A 1 66A A Robinson 1250 125 1 125 2 5
194 19John 1 John Peterson Peteron 316 3 32 I
206 20laf Olaf Froisland 50 5 05
208 20F 2 08F F M l1 Bishop 1000 10 1 00 i o
218 2SF 2 15F F M Bishop 500 5 50 0
226 226A 2 26A A Seiner 5000 5r ooo 5 5 00
245 245C 2 45C C M 11 Nielsen 1500 15 1 1t2P 50
2C2 2 t2P P A A Hansen Hansen5GCharles 250 25 2 5
2S6 26harles 2 5GCharles Charles Eddins 500 5 50
SOS S0M S 03M M Froisland Froisland Froislandr2sGeorge 700 70 70 5
32S r r2sGeorge George eorge Stringfellow Stingfelo 5000 50 500 5
341 34M 3 41li M O Froisland Froisland10000 10000 100 1000 10 I I35tiMichael
36llchael 35tiMichael Michael Froisland 10000 100 1000 10 0 0
357 37llchael 357Michael Michael Froisland 5000 50 500 5 I
367 36George 367George George Stringefllow Stringefow 650 6 50 I 55
400 4Hans Hans Nielsen 200 oo 1 O
402 42H 402H H C Lund 200 20 1 2 >
403 403Geo 403Geo Geo M 1f McConaghue lcConaghue 2362 36J 2 3o
407 407John John M A Timms 600 6 GO 3 0
41S 41SMartha 418Martha Martha Froisland 15500 155 15 154H 50 6 O O47H
427 4H H L Christy Christy10000 10000 100 1000 lo I o
428 4John John Peterson 3783 378 3 78 7842ohn 8 84ohii
429John 42ohn Stranhall Stranhal 200 o 20 2 1
430 43R 430R R Roden 3000 30 300 3 I Do
423 42ohn 423John John Samuels 175 15 18
436 43GMlchael 43GMichael Michael Froisland 20COO 2C 2000 200 20 I Do
And in accordance with the law and andan an anan id idan
an order of the board of directors dIrector made madeon madeon runt Ic Icon
on the 12th day da of April Apri 1906 19 so many manysnares man manshares ly lyshares
shares of each
parcel of such stock as asmay Cs Csmay
may be necessary will wi be sold If I not notpaid notpid n t tpaid
paid pid before on the 24th 24h of May Ma 1906 19 at it itoclock
10 oclock ocock a m at the office offce 47 South Soul h heat
West Vet eat Temple street to pay delinquent delnquent as assessmcnt assessment a 5 5sessment
sessment thereon together with cost of ofadvertisement ofadvertsement f fadvertisement
advertisement advertsement and an expense of sale
PETER NIELSEN Secretary Secretaryhas Secretaryhn
has hn been in session at 12 1 West First South Southstreet Soul Lb Lbstreet
street and has examined twentythree twent three ee
candidates The successful ones were E E
S Mariner Mainer Jacob H Flynn J J W Bever
Icy le A V Daringney C D Knighton
Thomas C Clark Clark Clint Clnt Bryan Br an Noel M I 1
West A S Westwood estwood James W Byrne Bres
Carl Thompson Aaron Jenkins and Henry HenT Heni 11
Anderson The Te officers of the board boar are ar e
President William fiam Piggott PIggot secretary secretar 1
Perley A Hill HIl treasurer Dr C M 11 Benedict Ben Be Ii Iiedict
edict edictHAS edictHAS
Lenzi desk sergeant at the th police sta st a ¬
tion ton is exhibiting cxhlbitng a burglar alarm which whichwould whichwould whil h hwould
would make It i difficult diffcul for any burglar burgi ar
to enter a bxwe oue through a door or win cvi a
dow The machine m chine Is simple sinpIe An ordl ordlnary ordinary arc Ii Iinary
nary cupshaped bell bel often ofen seen feen on bl blccles t i icycles
cycles is attached atached to a a long thin pln plnrod plnrod p1 a arod
rod This rod is Jabbed jabb < d Into the door or orwIndow orwindow
window at any an angle an le desired When the tl lie
burglar burgIar attempts to open the door or orpush orpush
push open the window the rod is pushed pushl d dagainst
against a spring sprIng which whih causes the pushe bell to toring toring toring
ring until unti the pressure is relieved relievedPERSONALS reUeYedPERSNALS relievedPERSONALS
State Stte Superintendent A A C Nelson and ar d
President Preilent J T Kingsbury KingsbuI of the Univer University Unlverslt r ¬
sity slt of Utah goto go to Pleasnt Pleasant Grove today tod 13
to addrs addrOss the Eighth grde trade grduates graduates of
Utah county countyHOME countyHOME
We TC recommend that that our ur readers buy bu ry
their Knit Goods Shirts
Kni and Drawer Drwer r
Union Suits Suis Sweaters Sweater Tights Tght Bicycle Ia
Suits and all al articles artcles in this line where wire re
they are manufactured manufacturedENSIGX manutactured manufacturedENSIGN
For quality quaU ylt fit and finish fnish they theycannot thE y
cannot be excelled exceled If I you y believe beleve in insustaining insustin1ng Insustaining
sustaining sustin1ng home Industry industr patronize patronize patroni to
them Mail orders ord
Mai rsromptY promptly filled flue
Send for for samples saples and ad prices prces fled
F D PEDERSEN expert wall paper paperCleaer paperaner
c cleaner Cleaer cle aner Ind 119S 198 Res 454 W V 2d So SoACME
ACME Paper Cleaning Co Leave or order orrs
d ders der de rs at Druehl Franken Frnken Drug Co Cophones Cophones Cohones
phones p hones 100 100BUTTEPaper 10 10BUTE
BUTTEPaper BUTE BUTTE Paper Cleaning Co Leave or orders orrs
23S ders de rs at Smith SmIt Drug Co Both phones phones23S phonesI
KAPLAN I PLN House Cleaning Co rooms 1 1and
j and an d up satisfaction ntstacton guaranteed garanteed Both Bothphones BQthphones B th thhones
phones p hones 1866 Y YIDEAL YJDEAL
I IDEAL Paper Cleaning Co Leave eave or orders order orrs ¬
ders der de dedc rs at Vandye Drug Drug Co Both phones phones4G1 phonese phonesNATONAL phonesl
4 4G1 dc e l
NATIONAL NATONAL Hou Houe = e Cleaning company compan5t
53 5t East First Fl t South Street Street StreetAS
M 1 S Hanauer J V Saddler
152 15 So W Temple P O box 1446 B An Analytical Analytcal Anytical
alytical alytcal al ytical work a specialty specialtyW speclaltV
W V A HODGES assayer aS Rer and chemist
335 13 13 5 W 2d fe So St St Salt Lake Le City CityW
J W CURRIE CiRRIE No 70 W 3d South St StSalt St
Salt Sal S alt Lake City Ci Samples SAmpl by mall mal or ex express express ¬
press pr ess receive prompt attention atenton atentonJ attentionI
I J McVICKER IcVCKER assayer asa er 46 Richards St St StR
R H OFFICER CO assayers 169 lOiouth
South S outh uth West Temple St Salt Sal Lake City CItyCRISMON
CRISMON NICHOLS assayers assaer and andchemists andchemists andemists
chemists ch emists 229 2 9 South West Temple Salt SaltLake Sal Saltake
Lake Lke L ake City CityW Cl ClW
W H TREMAYNE TREL YNE assayer usa er over 140 10 10Main l1
Main M Msa ain St Salt Sal Lake City Cf Utah Mail Mailsamples tal I
samples sa mples receive recCye i romnt Jromnt attention attentionWATCHES at nton ntonWA
C E W Bowers Bower diamonds watches watchesand watchesand
and a nd Jewelry jewelr old gold bought lought and ex exchanirod excanled cxhanncd
chanirod canled c 245 24 South Main 11aln street streetCASH str streetCASH t tCASH
Groshell Groshel G Gc sales sles agent agEnt for Uth 1t h Expert Expertcash ExpErt ExpErtcash
cash GS ash register No
c reJster repairing 221 2 Main St StSecond StSecond
Second S econd hand registers register always in stock stockACCORDION stok stokACCORDION
SUNBURST accordion and side Ide pleat pleatIng pl t tIn
Ing In g Mrs Mr Jennens 259 2 Third East ERSt Bell Bellphone Benphone Be
phone p hone 3047 34 K
GATRELLS Unique School of Short Shorthand ¬
hand h and and Typewriting Typewitng Hooper building buildingHAY buidIng buidIngHY
HARVEY CO 110 10 West South Sout Tem Temple Temple ¬
ple p ie Bell phone 1632Z 162Z Ind 1214 1214STOCK 1 4 4STOCK
E M l1 WEST CO stock brokers broker 315 31 5 5F
D F Walker Blk Tel Tel 1069 10 X res 3510 310 X XICE XICE C CICE
THE HE KEELEY CO pure ice cream and andsherbets andsherbet urn I
sherbets sherbet s prompt prmpt delivery delvery 26 2 Richards RichardsBtieet Richards8t1 S
Btieet 8t1 s eet Poth phones 3223 3223HOUSE 3 3HOUSE 3223HOUSE
KAPLAN KL KLeverything = House Cleaning Co We clean cleaneverything den a
everything e Office 631 6 So Main lIaln Both Bothphones Bothphones 11
EXPERT EERT men for all branches branches house housecleaning housecleaning hous e eleaning
cleaning c National Natonal House Cleaning Co
159 5 5 9 E First South Suth Both phones phonesCONTRACTORS phonc phoncCQNTRCTORS
COTTAGES and larger houses built h bullnstallment
installment instalmert I plan plans furnished 275 E EFirt E EFirst
First Firt South Bell Bel phone 3519 319 Y Ind
3334 34 3 834 J W T Farrell FarrellOSTEOPATHY Farrel FarrelOSTOPATH
435 43 Constitution Consttuton Bldg Phone Bell Bel 252S 22 K KI L LI
Auerbfich Bldg Phones Bell
Bel 1120 12 Y 3 L
I Ind m d 1721 1721M 172 172lL 1721lii
M lL McDOWELL osteopath ostEopath 51112 511 Scott Sco U
Strevell Streyel Blur Bldl Phones PhonEs 179R K K i Res R s 1499 K KFIRE KF 1 1FIRE
HENRY H Y JOHNSON with wit Anderson Andenon AndenonReal
Real Estate Co 3001 Herald i
31 Herld bldg Bell Bellphone Bel Be Bephone
phone 474 14 Ind sic 810DAIRIES 8 8DAS sicDAIRIES
EMPIRE ElIRE DAIRY H N Standish Standish man manager manager l lager ¬
ager 135 13 E K 2d South Bell Bel 3000 31 Ind 2355 2355Assessment 2 23 5 5Assessment i iAssessment
Assessment Notice Notce No 30 30THE 30THE 30THE
Tintlc Tintc Location Locaton of principal prncIpal place of f
business Salt Sal Lake City Ci state of Utah Li
Location Locaton of mine and works Tintic Tintc min r ¬
ing district Juab county count state of Utah lJta ii
Notice Kotce Is hereby hereb given that at a meeting meethi ig igof
meetng meetngof
of the board of directors of said compan V
held on May lIay 9 1906 10 assessment No 30 3 of ottwo f ftwo
two cents per share was levied on the thecapital thecapial U C Ccapital
capital capial tock of the corporation payable Ic
immediately ImmedIate I to the secretary s crctaIY at the th < office officeof offce offceof offic e eof
of the company 225 Z Commercial CommErcal club cli lb
building buiding Salt Sal Lake Lke City Clt state of Utah UtahAn iJta li liAny
Any An stock upon which this assessment assessmentshall assessmentshal it itshall
shall shal remain rmain unpaid un ald on Saturday the 9th 9thday 9t h hday
day of June 1906 19 wi will be delinquent delnquent and andadvertised andn an id idadvertised
advertised n verUsed for sale at public < auction aucton and andunless andunless an id idunless
unless payment is made before will wi be besold besold 1 1sold
sold on Monday the 2d day da of July 1906 1906at 10 l9 r rat
at 10 oclock o clock a m to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delnquent delnquentassessment it itassessment
assessment assessment together tOFether with the costs of ofadvertising ofadvertsing ifadvertising
advertising advertsing and expense of sale By order orderof orderof ord r rof
of the bonrd of directors directorsERNEST directors directorsERNEST
Salt SaI Lake City Cit Utah May n 9 1906 1906NOTICE I90 I90NOTICE 9G 9GNOTIC
Alice Gold Gld and Silver Mining linlrg company companyof ly lyof f
of Utah Notice Notce is hereby hereb given that thatpursuant thatpursuant thr ra rapursuant t
pursuant to a resolution resoluton of of the board of I f
directors dIrector adopted adoptP this day a meeting of ofthe otthe I oftire f
the stockholders stock Jolders of the Alice Alce Gold Sil Silver Si Si 1 1ver
ver Mining 1Uning company com pan will wi be held at the theoffice theoffice tl 10 10office Q
office of the thE compan3 Walker alker Brother rs 5
bankers Salt Lake City Utah 1 th on al the 21st 21 st i
day da of June 1906 16 at 10 oclock a m for forthe forthe fI or orthe r
the purpose of electing electng a full board of di directors dIrectors d LI LIrectors
rectors for the company to serve until uni LII 1
the next annual meeting of unti
annual stockholders stockholdersand stockholder ra raand =
and until untl their successors succes ors are elected and andqualified andQualfled ax id idqualified I
and also for the
qualified Qualfled purpose of re r
ducing the number of directors from nine nh nhto re I
to five and authorizing the holding of di directors d Ii Iirectors i irectr
rectors rectr meetings meetngs elsewhere than at the theprincipal theprincipal ti le leprincipal
principal office of the compan
offce company in Salt Sir ilt
Lake Lke by b amending the seventh paragraph paragraphor par gra1 h hor
article of the articles of paragAph paragAphor
or artcle artcles Incorporation Incorporationso incorporton incorportonso a aso
so that the te same shall shal read as a a follows toJows
VII VIThe VIIThe The officers offcers of the corporation corporationshall corporation corporationshal n nshall
shall shal be a board of directors of not less Ic Sn
than five members a president vice vicepresident vi Ice IcepresIdent cc ccpresident
president presIdent treasurer and secretary secrtar and as assistant assIstnt a 5 5sistant
sistant sIstnt secretary secteta The president presidet vice vicepresident vi ice iceprsIdent ce cepresident
president prsIdent and treasurer trerer shall shal be directors directorsand directorsand 5 5arid
and to be eligible egble to any an office offce except exceptsecretary except exceptsccretal exce pt ptsecretatY
secretary and assistant asIstant secretary secretar a
sccretal per person person pe r rson ¬
son must be the owner in his own rIght rljrhtas rIghtu rig It Itshown
as u shown by b the books book of the corpora a
tion of not less than one hundred shares sharesof shar es esof
of the capital capial stock stock Meetings lIeetnbs of the di directors II IIrectors i irector
rectors rector for the transaction trnsacton of any busi business busIness bar I Iness ¬
ness of the corporation cororaton may ma be held at the theprincipal theprIncipal ti Ire Ireprincipal
principal office ofthe of the corporation cororton in the theDLd1 thestate lie liestate
state of Utah or at such niace
DLd1 Utah > ACXC tjj or places placesoutside plac lJJ tC < en enoutside 5 5outside
outside of the t e state of Utah or elsewhere elsewhereresolution elsewherwihin re rewithin
wihin within uchstate as the director directors ma may b bresoluton i ry
resolution resoluton or bylaws provide nroIdeL
Secret Secretary ty of the Alice Alce Gold Silver Shy er
Mining ning company companyDated companDated companyS
S Dated May 10 1906 19 19J
WANTED WANTEDI WANTEDIf If you wiU distribute anti ant antinette
cgmete cig cigus dgaiette nette 8 and expense epen < < day dR write writeus writeus write11110k
us usla quick Dept Dept A Star Str Service Co Dal Dats ¬
1 las la la s Tex TexSHIRT Tex TexSHRT TexSHIRT
SHIRT SHRT waist suite sU sul childrens c1ldreos dresses dressesand dreses dresesand crossesd
and an an5t d plain sewing Reasonable Resonable prices 4tTT 4tTT5th 4t
5 5th 5t h St St St Phone 3608 l IiMl Ineendet IneendetGENTLElIAN Independent IndependentGENTLEMAN peiid nt ntGENTLEMAN pre
GENTLEMAN GENTLElIAN or lady Jdy u t > travel tave 1 lper 1per 1r
per pe peda r week and expenses e XPe ± penaes 2 and 289 1 ftr r ry
day da y in city cIy and vicinity vlniy Sanit SanitP San Sanoom rlU
Room R oom 36 6 SO 5 W V 3d 3 So SoA SoA V VA
A TAILORESS for dres d le eas making de department deprtmet dertment ¬
partment prtmet pa rtment Apply at F Auerbach A erbluh Bro BroRESPONSIBLE BroRSPONSIBlE BroRESPONSIBLE
RESPONSIBLE RSPONSIBlE couplewant couple want furnished furnisheduse
house ho horo use furnished furishe apartment aprtment or board brd and androom androom andom
J r room ro om ground floor fl or Modern porch clean cleanquiet eleanquiet
I quiet qu < 1 Iet Address Addres R 11 1 Herald HeraldGENTLEMENS HeraId HeraIdGENTLEfNS Heral HeralGENTLEliIENS
GENTLEMENS GENTLEfNS fine mending done 351 351i 3louth 1
I i South S outh State street streetTO stret stretTO streetTO
TO RENT a cottage ttge of 6 rooms roms or orI orrger
I 1 larger Ilrger la rger modern moder on n East side sie Gao G Ames Ames Amest5
4 406 40 t5
40 Dooly Dol Bldg BldgSUMMER BldgStIMER BldgSUMMER
SUMMER StIMER dresses dre ss and Eton stilts suit a spe specialty rpealty pe peciI ¬
j cialty ciI cl alty G6S 60 60 West North Temple TempleCOOK TempleCOOK TempleCOOK
COOK stoves stOyc ranges ran e8 and and houeehoM houeehoMgoods ho hoeshotrtodds hotl hotlo
goods a o s We T < have the finest fn t line lne of sjconrt sjcondand econr
hand han h and household hou ehold goods in the west wet Red RedmanJenson RedanJenson
1 roanJenson ru Furn Co 113 13 So W Y Temple TempleHIGHEST TemptHTGHEST TempleHIGHEST
I HIGHEST price prke paid pid for iren brass brassrage brs brsra brassege
riJ rage ra ri ege < bottles bottes rubber rb r copper etc et Utah Utahunk
I i Junk J unk Co 63 G E K Stir Sh So S both phones 229 229HIGHEST 2 2HIGHEST 239HIGHEST
HIGHEST price paid Pid for carpets carpet furni furnre ¬
ture tur ta re cook stoves stove O 1C IC Furniture Co CoState CoState
386 State street streetHAVE street streetH streetHAVE
HAVE H VE your our springs prng stretched made madfrgood made madeood
i good g ood as new All kinds of furniture furiure re repaired repaired reaired ¬
paired p aired Wm Fairchild Fairchll S L Stamp Stmp Cj
Phone P hone 304 304GREAT 0 0GREA O4 O4GREAT
Co C o dealers dealer in scrap srp iron metals metals rub rubers ¬
bers b bcl ers bottles botles ri rags KS etc tt Carloads a spe specialty specal spealty ¬
cialty cal cl alty 230 to 240 t South First Wet St
Phones P Ind 1S21 181 Bell Rf1 2433Z 2433ZWANTED 2439ZWANTEDAGENTS 3Z 3ZWAEAGENS
AGENTS WANTED Y everywhere evcTwhere to sell sellour sel sellur
our o ur popular policies p < Jces covering oerng all al acci acclents ¬
dents d ents diseases and ociupations oc some som somthins acc ¬
thing thins t entirely entrely new l < W and issued Issue by this so society Sf ¬
ciety cet c only easily esiy understood undertod and easily easilysold easil easilsold easiiold
sold s old cost but 56 per annum each ech pay pa paable ¬
able a ble monthly If desire large commis commissions commie commicoan ¬
sions sl oan paid pid Immediately immeiately and exclusive e cJ15ic ter territory territor ¬
ritory ritor r rd allowed alowed Address National XalonaI Acci ftcetent ¬
rE dent d ent Society 320 3 Broadway New York York Yorkstablished
Established E twenty year yearsTWO yearTWO yearTWO
TWO highgrade hishgade men to t te represent repreent a a
firstclass f s western old line lne life lfe Insur Insurance inst irisrirnce ¬
ance a nce company compny to sell sl a a special speil contract contractproposition contrct contrctpropositon contractroposition
proposition propositon p Address Addres P 6 Herald HeraldAVANTED Herld HerldW HeraldWANTEDFirstclass
AVANTED W ANTEDFirstclass Firstclass man ma for man manmanager manmana mananager
manager mana m anager er of Utah by a young western westernold westernold westernold
old line life Insurance Insurnce company one onecapable OT oreapable
capable cpble c of securing scuring and handling hdlng compn agents agentsonly agelt ageltonl agentsnly
I only onl o nly need apply ppl excellent excelent contract for forright forrigt
right r party Address Aldre P 7 Herald HeraldFOUNDRY HeraldFOURY HeraldFOUNDRY
STOVES STOVESranges ranges range and furnaces furnace repaired repairedcastings repired repiredctngs repairedastings
castings ctngs c at wholesale wholesle or retail retai 24 242 ± State
Western restern Foundry Stove Repair Works
Repir Vork
ELOCUTION Oratory Orator Dramatic Dnmato Art
Physical Physicl P Culture Fancy Dancing Mr Mrand Mrand Mrnd
and a nd Mrs John J hn Milton Jton Studio Stuio Rom Room 250 5 3 3ommercial
Commercial Commercal C Club building buildingPERSONAL buIdlng buIdlngPERSONA buildingPERSONAL
DEBTS DEBTScolltedanywhecenofee collected collcte anywhere an where no fee un UT uress ¬
less les l ess successful succesful Correspondence Corepndence solicit sUctr sotlcttri sotlcttrind
and a nd answered promptly prompty Phoenix Phonix Law
Association Associaton 312 3 Dooly Dh Block BlockOPTICIANS Blok BlokOPTICIS BlockOPTICIANS
ALEXANDER X ERO R Optical iJ Co A Any tens du duplicated duplcated ¬
plicated plcated p ilcated 23012 1 Atlas block blockDelinquent blok blokDelnquent blockDelinquent
Delinquent Delnquent Notice NoticeTHE Notce NoticeruE 1 1TE
Mining company of Tintlc TIntc Utah Loca Loc ¬
tion ton of principal prncipl place of business Salt
Lake City Cf Utah Notice KotceThere NotlceThere There are de ¬
linquent l upon the following
lnquent described describedstock dCrbe describ describstock
stock on account of assessment a smentNo No Noof 5 5of 5of
of 1 cent per share levied on n the 17th 17thof lthof 17thof
of March 1906 the several
19 amounts set setopposite Setopposite Setopposite
opposite the names name of the respective respectiveshareholders respectzvshareholders
shareholders as follows followsNo tolows tolowsNo followsNo respcthre respcthreshareholders
No Xo XoCert NoCert o oCert
Cert Name Shares Share Amt
1 D AV V McAllister lIcAlster 2000 20 Art n fj
20 2 R I A Ure IOOO 10 10 fl 00
27 2 C H H McMahon IIHXI 1f 10 100 nn Oil
28 2 C H McMahon 1000 10 100 10 l 60
59 Wm Mossop 1lossop ioofl 1 JQ JQCO 10Go 0
5 11
CO G Wm rm Mossop Mosop 1003 10 ia Oil OflSO 0
SO 9 W H TIbballs Tlbbals 1009 0 30 J 0 n s
91 W H TIbballs TlbbaJs i x m
92 AAr Yo H TIbballs T bbns 1000 10 0 1 10 M 0
93 AAr H TibbaHs Tlbbals i 10 iog < x ift oo dl 0
97 W H TIbballs Tlbbls 1258 12 12 125 5 SrI SrI9S
98 W H Tibballs TibbJs TiO 7 7 5a
102 10 A A T Shane 2M8 30 2 l OG
103 A T Shane 10M 1 in 1 w 0
104 10 ATShane A T Shane 1008 10 10 oa I jJ
107 10 H C Edwards l KI Il hj j
156 R A Brown BrownTh7 > 5008 50 W Ml n <
157 l James Anderson Anderon 67000 60 670 6i oa 1
158 16 F Christiansen Christansen 192M 12 39 9
161 16 F E Parish Parih 2600 8 2900
163 H B Cole Co 3080 30 3MXJ 3 IJ 0
164 H B Cole C < le Co 10 1000 10 Ii c
165 16 H B Cole Go o 10 low 10 1 M < wj
166 H B Cole Co 500 5 5 og
170 Lilburn LIburn P Palmer 1000 0 i If ij ijAnd j on onAnd 0
And in accordance with wfhlaw law and an a order orderof orderof orderof I
of the board boaId of directors made on o the tha17th the17th
17th day of March 1906 106 so S many man shares sharesof t11
of each parcel of such stock stok as may be benecessary benecesar benecessary
necessary necesar will wi be sold at the office otfce of the therompany th thlompan thecompanY
companY lompan 225 5 Commercial Club bundin bundinSalt buIdin buIdinSal building
Salt Sal Lake City Cit Utah at the hour of IQ IQoclock 11 Icoclock
oclock ocock a n m on Saturday May a 19th 19h I9mj I9mjtopay 19uitopay
topay delinquent dennuentasse assessment ment thereon theren 19 to together tl together ¬
gether with wih the cost of advertising advel Jslng and andexpense andexense andePeflsc
expense exense of sale saleERNEST saleBRXEST saleERNEST
ERNEST WILLIAMS TLIAlS Secretary SerretnrxColt Sptrehtn Sptrehtntt SecretaryTrik
Colt tt T Trik > V Ptv r Or h Trt T Tth t K Ar irO 1 l > lthW5 lthW5Assessment tt ttAssess JthtflAAssessment
Assessment Assess ent No 20 20NEW 20NEY 20NEW
pany an principal prncipal place of business busines 305S S
Auerbach building buiding Salt Sl Lake Lk City Utah UtahLocation Uth UthLoc UtahLocation
Location Loc ton of f mines Bingham Utah Uth No Notice Notice o olce ¬
tice lce is hereby given that at a meeting meetingof nreeungof
of the he board bard of directors diretor of the New meetng meetngof Red Redfour RedWing
Wing Mining lnlng compny company hpld on the theday
da day of April prl 1 II6 a assessment essmet No 2 ij 2ht 2htda ot otCour offoflr
four 4 41 cents cent per p r share was wa levied upon uponthe UJOflthe
the capital stock of the corporation cororton upn upnthe Is Issued Issued 1gsued ¬
sued and outstanding payable pa able Immedi Immediate Immedlately
ately ate to F M lL Orem Ore secretary seretar3 at the t tcompanys e
companys offices offces 3fc 3 31SS > S Auerbach Auerbch build buildlag
bu1d bu1dlug
lug Salt Lake City Ciy Utah Uth UtahAny
Any Any stock upon upn whteh wh h this assessment assesment assesmentmay assessmentmay
may remain unpaid on n Thursday ThursdA the 24th 4th 4thdav
day da of May Mn 1906 10 will wil be b delinquent delnuent 24h and d dadvertiSed
ad adaderted
advertised for sale at at public auction
aderted publc aucton and andunle andunless
unless unle payment is made bef9re will ba besold
sold on Tuesday TuesdlY the 12th 1 th day da of wil June bl
1906 16 19O at 1 oclock ocok p m m at the hE companys companysoffices companysofce company9offices
offices ofce to pay the th delinquent assessment asemen asementhereon
thereon together with wih the cost of adver adverttsiner advertsing advertising
ttsiner tsing and an expense epnS of sale sle sleF saleF
F M l OREM Secretary Secretr
3059 39 AUeriwich Auer 1ch Elds
Krct Frt H1 > So Hn ATrtl A rn 22 22Assessment TJWfi TJWfiAssessment 1 1Assessment
Mining ompany Principal J pfe place ot bust bUIne
ne nesS 3 306 Auerbach buildings pace Salt Lake
City C1t Utah Ut Location caton of mines mIne BingKar Bingha
Utah Notice is hereby hercb given
Notce that a athis at atmeetn atmeeting
meeting of the boardot board of directors that ot
meetn dlrector tire
ButerLiberal ButlerLib Consoldated Consolidated Mining MiningpaiY
held o Ofl the h 2d 23d day of 11ning
pany ay AprIL AprILaise5smd1t
No ot April
D two
asessment 2 l
cen censhare
share ws WS levied upon the caPital cent f
cpItal lOcl
corpOratlos Issued siN
lag of payable cororation Immediately Issed to and the outs OUtfld k
his office 306 AU Auerbach rbach fecret fecretat secretary
at offce 3 buh1dini
at buldlnk
Jake Clt City Utah An Any stock Upcn Upenthis w S7 it
this assessment assesment may ma remain remain unnalS unnalSmade unpJd f c cSaturday
Saturday the 2th 26th day of Ma May unpad 19o on
he delnquent delinquent and ad advertised for 19 ale w will f
public auctioS and unless payment at
made before will be sold on onpense Sttturda
the 16th day of June 1906 at 13o 13op
p m at the companys office to pay
delinquent assessment thereon togethr
with the costs of advertising and
pease of sale
F M OREM Secret Se retay m
First publication April 24 19Q6

xml | txt