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12 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909
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i COMING EVENTS
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Continued From Page Ten
Monday by Miea Helen Boxrud In honor
of Miss Winifred Mtlapaugh of Los An
geles who la visiting at the homo of
MIss Beth Crltchlow
Miss Madeline Weitz will entertain on
Tuesday with a live hundred party
A lake party will be given on Tuesday
evening by the younger society boys in
honor of Miss Shirley Palmer The party
will be chaperoned by Mrs J R
Walker and Mrs H Vance Lane
Mrs W H Child will entertain with a
weekend house party given In honor of
Miss Betsy Woodard who Is the guest of
the Misses Rae and Olive Bartch On
Sunday afternoon a number of guests will
lie entertained with an informal tea by
Mrs Child
Mrs Leon Engstrom will entertain at
a supper this evening In honor of Miss
Martha Johnson one of the fall brides
Miss Migni Dtnhalter will entertain on
Wednesday for Miss Viola Godbe who is
to be married in September
The Commercial club will be the scene
of a luncheon to be given on Tuesday
afternoon by Hiss Zora haw in honor
of Miss lone Albright who le the guest
of Mrs H W Sherwood Following the
luncheon a theatre party will be given
at the Orpheum
t
Miss liean Knight will be the hostess at
a kitchen shower to be given on MOnd y
in honor of Miss Ada Yard whose mar
riage occurs on Wednesday
PERSONALS I
Mrs J C Coughlln of Denver who
has been the guest of her daughter Mrs
John H Janney for the last week at No
5 Brown apartments returned home on
Friday
Jack Berkhoel returned the early part
of the week from a short trip to Seattle
and the Northwest His sister Miss Marie
Berkhoel who has been on the coast for
Beveral weeks will not return to Salt
Lake until fall
Miss Lucile Purefoy left Thursday for
a trip of several weeks to Yellowstone
Park Portland Ore Seattle Wash and
later San Francisco Cal She will be ac
companied by her cousin Miss Alice New
comb of Raleigh N C and her uncle
James Rigabee of Durham N C who
have been viJiting at the Purefoy
home
f
Mr and Mrs D C Jaekllng have as
theIr guest Mrs Jacklings sister Mrs
L T McCarty of Los Angeles Cal who
will accompany Mr and Mrs Jackling
on a trip to Seattle Wash They expect
to leave about August 22 in Mr Jacklings
private car
Mr and Mrs Sid Lambourne leave
Monday for Idaho to spend about ten
days fishing and hunting on Roy Wild
ings ranch
Mrs Anna Hddingfield of Washington
D C is visiting with Mr and Mrs P
D McElroy
Mrs J J Donovan and her sister
Mrs Kate Bennett both of Bellevue
Ida will spend a month in Salt Lake
visiting friends
I WOMENS CLUBS I
The olub year book for the Ladles Lit
erary c1b was Issued yesterday and eon
tains the following program
September 10 Inaugural I Day
reetlng Mrs J Boyle
Irldent address itra L D Miller
Pifm Tin P C Kelsey
ivtminute talks by chairmen of sec
tions
i
September 24
Sxial Conditions hx the newest colonies
01 Uncle Sam
Tile Hawaian IslandsF I Sefrit
R minlsr nces of Panama
PanamaCharles
Charles Tyng
The Philippines Mrs A S Rowan
October 8
Th Spirit of the Puritan
Mrs R W Fisher
The Literature of Puritanism In the
American Colonies
Professor George Marshall
October 22
Debate Heredity vs Environment
Affirmative
AffirmativeC B I Allen Mrs Flatter Harris
Negative
Mrs George Bacon Mrs A J Gorham
October 29
An afternoon of music under direction
of Music section
November 12 Humane Society Day
Do Animals ReasonMrs F JEB Marcy
The Work of the Humane Soemy
Dr T B Beatty
The Dog In PlotlonMrm Ledyard Bailey
November 26
The Child Labor Problem
Mrs Adolph Simons
Tolstoi The Rev J B Carver
November 10 Childrens Day
An afternoon with the little folk of
many lands
January 14
The Modern Fiction of Disillusion
ment Miss Katharine Page
George Meredith Mrs BtaMr Jones
January 28 Scotch Day
Jottings From a Summers Sketch
Book Miss Mabel Corbtn
Readings from BurnsMrs Byron King
Scotch Humor In FictionJars
Jars Don Coray
February 11
The Chateaux of Touraine
Miss Clara Colburne
The Land of the Kaiser
Mrs Edward Roeenbautn
February 18
Club birthday breakfast
February 25
High School day
March 11
Presidents dayMarch
March 25
The Influence of Socialism Upon Art
and Literature Bishop Spaulding
April 8
Charles Rodin Miss Lydia Palmer
With stereopticon view
The Symbolism of wings ta Art
Mrs C H Blanchard
With stereopticon views
April 22
An afternoon with Utah authors and
composers
April 29 Dramatic Day
Dramatic day Under the direction of
Martha Royle King
May 13 Annual Meeting
Reports of officers and chairmen
Election of officers
Tea
Hawaiian Troubadours Phono 553k
SHERIFFS SALE
In the district court In and for Salt
Lake county state of Utah William S
McCornick doing business as MeCor
nick Co plaintiff against The Salt
Lake I Utah Valley Railroad company a
corporation defendant to be sold at sher
iffs sale at the west front door of the
county court house In the city and county
of Salt Lake state of Utah on the 7th
day of September A D 1909 at 12 oclook
noon of said day all the right title claim
and interest of said defendant of in and
to the following described real estate to
witLot 35 block 2 DeLongs first addition
Lots SI to 41 inc block 7 Hydo Park
addition
Lots 10 to M Inc J Bolton Cos sub
division
Lots 19 to 22 inc block 2 N Boyles i
Riverside addition
Lot 17 block 2 annex to Deskys second I
addition
Lots 14 to 17 Inc block 3 Prospect
Park
Lots M to 12 Inc block S South Salt
Lake subdivision
Lots U to K Inc block A McKeags
first addition
Also certain land sot subdivided in sec
tion 14 township 1 south range 1 west
See book O page fie line 31 assessors
books
Right of way about three or four miles
beyond the Jordan river toward Garfield
Salt Lake City franchise and Salt Lake
county franchise
Also four and a quarter miles trolley
wire In place i
Eleven miles thirtypound steel rails in
plate I
Six thousand approximately ties in
placeThiee
Three hundred approximately wooden
and Iron poles approximately thirty feet
in length in place
Onehalf mile iron wire supporting trol
ley wire
Mast iron and other fixtures In con
nection with trolley line
Insulators I beams and supports at
bridges etc
Purchase price payable in lawful money
of the United States
Datd at Salt Lake City Utah this 13th
day of August ItJOSEPII
JOSEPH a SHARP
Saentf of Salt Lake County State of
rtah
By W B BOOTH Deputy Sheriff
Henderson Pierce Mtchlow Barrette
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Date or first publication August 14th
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 1 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
or
ffiIffilliJ i ffi lli
Ninth Eastand Fourteen South
5UfIroYJIll11dled by Fine Homes
Thissectlon Is building rapidly and cannot
be Surpassed In any part of the city
TWO CAR LINES close W BUSfNBSS
DISTRICT Select yOur site now WB
WILL BUILD A HOMH FOR YOU AT
ONCE TO COST 2500 TO S00 CASH
PAYMENT 5500 BALANCE SAME AS
REN1
lUJ WriIDJ flVETft1 illo
6J E 1f TlllltPEJ IDMIM
Best horse races in years at Wan
damere Saturday
0
Bathing at StaIr Nothing finer
To get your clothes
cleaned right
Call Bell Exchange 36 or Ind 1123
Regal Cleaning Dyeing Co
Ben 1Z40
ABRAMS SULLiVAN
CONTRACTORS
Plain and Ornamental Plastering
Sullivan Patent
FireProof Wall and Partition
Office 121 Atlas Block
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
ZENOLI SILVERCOPPER COM
pany principal place of business Salt
Lake City Utah
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of
the Zenolt SilverCopper company held
on the 28th day of July 1909 an as
sessment of one 1 cent per share
was levied on the outstanding capital
stock of the corporation payable im
mediately to Henry I Cobb secretary
at the companys office No 17 West
Second South street Salt Lake City
Utah Any stock upon which this as
sessment may remain unpaid on the
10th day of September 1909 will be
delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction and unless payment Is
made before will ba sold on the 27th
day of September 109 at the hour
of 12 oclock noon to pay the de
linquent assessment together with
costs of advertising and expenses of
sale
eHHNRY I COBB Secretary
Location of office 17 West Second
South street Salt Lake City Utah
First publication August 8 1989
IN THE DISTRICT COURT THIRD
Judicial District county of Salt Lake
state of Utah
Notice Is hereby given that a peti
tion has been filed in the District court
Third Judicial district Salt Lake coun
ty Utah praying for an order of said
court to change the name of Louis
Gustave Ullrick to Lewis Gustave
Mehse
Said petition will be brought on for
hearing at the court room of said court
In the city and county building In the
said Salt Lake City Salt Lake county
state of Utah on Friday the 10th day
of September 1909 at the hour of
2 oclock p m
All persons desiring to be heard on
said matter will take notice
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 7th day of
August AD 109
MARGARET ZANB WltCHBR
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
N W Sonnedecker Attorney for Pe
titioner
To Creditors
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF
the Fortythird National Encampment G
A R desire all bills submitted at the
office of the executive director Com
mercial Club building at the earliest date
It must be understood that bills should
carry the approval of the chairman of the
committee by whom authorized
By direction of the executive director
UTAH AUDIT ACCOUNTING CO
By H A Joplin
Place Your Advertising Agent
J
H 011 His Mettle j
Dont give him a contract for from one to That has been our policy long
three years For nearly ten years our main expense has
Dont say For this period all the advertis been our copy department The head of it re
ing I place is to be placed through you ceives 1000 per week
Make him fight to keep your business as By years of seekingby sifting hundreds of
hard as he fights to get it menwe have gathered around us the ablest
And let the keeping or the getting be decided corps of advertising men in America
by comparative results Now we are ready to handle advertising
without any contract whatever
This policy will come like abomb we know We are willing to meet all comers and ready
I into the oldtime agency camps to abide by results
They will say How can agents sleep if If any agent can sell more than we on any
their business becomes as unstable as that account he can have it
You dont want them to sleepthats exactly On the other hand we claim entitlement to
the point You want them to keep to the mark any account where we can outsell the rest
Make an agent prove when he solicits your
business that he can outsell the rest
There is a way to prove an agent out before
And make him prove so long as he keeps it
outsell him you make any commitment
that no other concern can
There is a way to knowbeyond any ques
What would be the result if advertisers in tion which agency can sell the most goods
general adopted this sensible policy There is a way to find out by actual figures
It would simply be this if our able men can improve your results
No smoothtongued salesmen no unproved There is a way to get more light than you
boasts no showy ads would go ever have had on your advertisinglight that
Soliciting expense would be largely wiped may be worth a fortune
out The cost of getting contracts signed If you want to know it please write us and
would be spent on increasing a clients results we will explain the way
LORD THOMAS
NEWSPAPER MAGAZINE
NEW YORK CHICAGO
OUTDOOR
SECOND NATLBANKBLDG AND TRUDE BUILDING
FIFTH AVE and Uth ST 67 WABASH AVE
ADVERTISING
Address either office They are equally equipped m
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S Best In the City
We offer splendid values in residence property in Hamilton Place which runs north from Sixth
South street between State and Second East streets
I If you want a modern bungalow in an attractive residence street that is quiet and retired yet close
to the business district you should buy in Hamilton Place
The bungalows are thoroughly modern with wide porches large bath rooms kitchen cabinets gas
for cooking and electric lights
You can buy these bungalows from us or from any firstclass real estate dealer in the city Sold for
cash or on the installment plan Prices 3000 to 3700 according to location
Salt Lake Security Trust Company
52 Up Main Sfc Phones 142
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BISCUIT MINING COMPANY
Notice of Special Stockholders Meet
ing I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
special stockholders meeting of the Bis
cuit Mining company will be held in the
companys office No 528K Atlas block
3433 West Second South street Salt Lake
City Utah on Tuesday the 7th day of
September 1909 at the hour of 10 oclock
am
Said meeting is called for the following
purposes
1
To ratify and approve the action of the
board of directors in entering into an
agreement with Hugh J Cannon for the
sale of the entire assets of the company
of whatsoever kind or description to a
corporation to be known as The Biscuit
Mining Company or such other name as
may hereafter be selected organized upon
said assets the articles of agreement to
conform as near as possible to the arti
cles of agreement of the Biscuit Mining
company with all necessary and proper
substitution the capital stock number
of shares and par value remaining the
same except that the capital stock shall
be assessable in such manner and form
as the board of directors may determine
providing that no assessment shall exceed
the sum of two So cents per share and
assessments shall not be levied oftener
than every ninety daIs
To ratify and approve the action of the
board of directors of the Biscuit Minus
company In executing through Its proper
officers a deed to an of the assets of
said company to the said The Biscuit
Mining Company aforesaid and in ac
cepting therefor 914W7 shares of the cap
ital stock of the Biscuit Mining company
The Biscuit Mining Company expressly
assuming all of the liabilities of the Bis
cuit Mining company
S
For such other business as may lawfully
come before the meeting
By order of the board of directors
M B WALKER
Secretary Biscuit Mining Company
Dated Salt Lake City Utah Aug 6 1MI
Assessment No1
THE SOUTH COLUMBUS CONSOLI
dated > Mining company Office and prin
cipal place of business Salt LAke City
Utah Notice is hereby given that at A
meeting of the directors of the South Co
lumbus Consolidated Mining company
held on the 10th day of August A D 1K
at the office of the corporation rooms
2012 Judge building Salt Lake City Utah
an assessment of five cent per share was
levied upon the capital stock of the cor
poration issued and outstanding payable
Immediately to the secretary at the office
of the corporation rooms 2312 Judge
building Salt Lake City Salt Lake coun
ty Utah Any stock upon which this as
sessment may rejnain unpaid on the 18th
day of September A D 1909 will be
delinquent and will be advertised for sale
at public auction and unless payment Is
made before will be sold on Tuesday Oct
L A D 1908 at 930 oclock a m at the
office of the corporation to pay the de
linquent assessment thereon together
with costs of advertising and expense of
sale VAL S SNOW
Secretary South Columbus Consolidated
Mining company Office rooms SttZ
Judge Bldg Salt Lake City Utah
ASSESSMENT NO8
THE WEST CENTURY MINING AND
Milling Company Principal place of
business Salt Lake City Utah Notice
is hereby given that at a meeting of
the board of directors of the above
named company held on the 31st day
of July 1909 assessment No 9 of 1
cent per share was levied on the
capital stock of the corporation out
standing payable immediately to H
W Cram acting secretary at 514 Mc
Cornlck building Salt Lake City Utah
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Tuesday Au
gust 31 1909 will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction
and unless payment Is made will be
sold on Friday September 17 leo at
10 a m at the office of the secretary
514 McCornick building Salt Lake
City Utah to pay the delinquent as
sessment together with cost of adver
tising and expenses of sale
H W CRAM
Acting Secretary
514 McCornick Building Salt Lake City
Utah
ASSESSMENT NO 0
THE BROW STONE MINING CO
with Its principal place of business sit
uated at Room 707 Newhouso building
Salt Lake City Utah
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors held Wednesday
July 7 1909 an assesnVent of onehalf
of one cent per share was levied on the
capital stock of said corporation pay
able at once to H C Atwood secretary
and treasurer at Room 707 Newhouse
building Salt Lake City Utah or at
the companys branch office Murray
City Utah
Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on the Kth
day of August 1909 will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion and unless payment be made be
fore will be sold on the 14th day of Sep
tember 1909 at 11 a m to pay the de
linquent assessment together with the
oost of advertising and the expense of
sale H C ATWOOD
Secy and Trea Murray Utah
NOTICE OP ASSESSMENT NO 4
GIANT MINING COMPANY PRIN
cipal place of business Salt Lake City
Utah Location of mines Lander
county Nevada Notice Is hereby given
that at a meeting of the directors held
on the 14th day of July 1909 an as
sessment of li cents per share was
levied on the capital stock of the cor
poration payable on or before August
14 1909 to the secretary at 20C Judge
building Salt Lake City Utah Any
stock upon which this assessment may
remain unpaid on the 15th Jay of Au
gust 1909 will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction and
unless payment is made before ill i
be sold on Monday the 30th day of
August 1909 at 2 oclock p m at
the companys office to pay the delin
quent assessment thereon together
with the cost of advertising and ex
pense of the sale
A S ERICKSON Secretary
206 Judge building salt Lake City
Utah
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DIS
trict Court Salt Lake County Utah
In the matter of application for dis
solution of the Monarch Liquor Com
pany
Notice Notice Is hereby given that
the Monarch Liquor company a cor
poration has made application for
voluntary dissolution pursuant to
chapter 72 of title 88 of the Compiled
Laws of Utah 1907 and that the said
application has been ordered filed and
notice thereof ordered published by
the judge of the above entitled court
Any person desiring to object to such
dissolution may tIle such objections
thereto with the clerk of aald court
on or before September 4 1901
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By Fred C Baasett Deputy
Hurd Hurd Attorneys for Ap
plicant
I
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Southport Mining company
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the South
port Mining company will be held at the
office of the company room 708 Newhouse
building Salt Lake City Utah on Satur
day the 2Sth day of August 190 at the
hour of 11 oclock a m for the purpose
of electing a board of directors and the
transaction of such other business as
may come before the meeting
This notice is given by the undersigned
as owners of more than twofifths of the
outstanding capital stock of the corpora
tion
W C ALEXANDER
FLORENCE O R LANG
As Executrix of the Last Will of Jasper
R Rand Deceased and Annie V Rand
Deceased
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
bids to erect a tworoom school house
in Cedar Fort school district will he i >
received by the school trustees of said
district on or before the 28th dar of
August 1909 All bids received will
be opened at 12 oclock on ill > th
day of August 1909 The trustees re
tain the right to reject any or all kid i
I Specifications and plans are on file at
the home of Robert L Ashby Lehi
trtibome
JAMES CHAMBER T4IN
II ALFRED AVDFKON
I JAMES PETERSON
Delinquent Notice
TERINGTON GOLD M1N J > i COM
pany Principal place of l > lP 417 I
F Walker building Ve > i > Sou
street Salt Lake City Uti Notice f
There are delinquent upon th > fJIWil i
described stock on account of rl < o mfi >
No 2 of one 1 cent per shar i led n
the 3d day of July 1906 tae sever I
amounts vt ppislte the nami q > f p
respective shareholders as follows
No of NJ u
Cert Snar t Am
a G Wilson 2 11MI Jl
Jacob Brrsrn 16 iIOt
Wm H Hurst 20 1000
Wm H Hurst 21 i5
Wm H Hurst 0 L
L Lowenstein II
R G Wilson M uN
R G Wilson z 1
R G Wilson SC tOQ
R G Wilson W 1000
Otto Will 44 MM
Otto Will 4f LOW
Otto Will 1 000
T Glaser M 1000
Holmes Watkins 51 6000
And In accordance with the law t rd i
order of the board of directors R ire
the 2d day of July 1909 so many e p
of each parcel or such stock U1ay
necessary will be sold at public au t
at the office of said company 4V D
Walker building Salt Lake City t Ur
the 23d day of August 1909 at 2 o i 1
p m of said day at the oftie Df
company to pay delinquent seism
torether with the cost x f aderttni5 A
expense of sale
WM H HURST Se1retan
Terington Gold Mining com aJI r
417 D F Walker building Wt B
South street Salt Lake Cltj ab
Notice of SIIle
THE UNDERSIGNED HKRUBY OF
fers for sale to the highest bidder
following described real and petS < i
property according to terms blow sp <
tied
1 Bast II foot of west MK feet of so < t
0feetofIotLbIOck1OPiatA8alt Lax
City survey
2 Four hundred and forty fM char 4
being s majority of the entUe issue A
80 shares of the capital stock of ihd
Commercial Block association a corpor
ation owning the following described rjl
property In Salt Lake City
West UX feet of south 811 > feet of lot 5
block 70 pUt A
The two parcels above described ro > i
prise the Commercial block situate il
the corner of Second South and CommeiV
cial streets
Terms of sale Cash within ten tl >
days after acceptance of offer TIle realt
and the shares of stock will be cold as h
entirety and sealed bids theretor shoui
be addressed to Board of Directors < of
Ccmmerclal National Bank and must ba
received prior to 12 oclock noon of Aug
ust 2 1909 and will be acted up in prior to
12 oclock noon of August 3 1fi
Each bid to be considered mut be ac
companied by certified chCk tnd rsed to
the undersigned for an amoui qual to
five per cent of the bid The uiniersgr
reserves the right to reject any and ej i
bids For further information apply to J E
Qosgriff or A E Kimball at Continent a
National bank
By order of board of directors
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Ot
SALT LAKE CITY i
July th 190 >
Assessment No 7
SIGNET GOLD A COPPER MINT
Co Principal place of business Salt L A
City Utah Location of mines Amen i
Fork canyon
Notice is hereby given that at a meeuru
of the board of directors of the fi8L
Gold A Copper Mining company held
the 3d day of August 1909 asseesrne
No 7 of one 1 cent per share wis lE
upon the capital stock of the r0rporatl
Issued and outstanding payable in
stallments as follows First installnv
of onehalf Ih cent payable immt > dial
to the secretary at 42Z Judge buiding
to the treasurer W H Young 27 fco
Main street Salt Lake City Utah H
ond Installment of onehalf 14 ren
payable October 8 1900 to the secretary
treasurer
Any stock upon which said fIrst lasts
ment of this assessment is unpaid on
fifth 5th day Of September > OS v
be delinquent for the full amount of n
sessment and advertised fur Bale at pj
lie auction and unless payment Is mad <
before will be sold on the fifth Uh da
of October 1909 at 4 p m at the cool
panys office to pay the dHu quent a
sessment thereon together with the coer
of advertising aDd expense of = ae
Any stock upon which second intt i
ment of this assessment Is unpM or I
fifth 5th day of October 124 will i
delinquent and advertised for sae at
lie auction and unless r > an U is m
before will be sold on the fifth 5t > >
of November 1909 at 4 p m at the
panys office to pay the dpllnqup
sestment thereon together with th >
of advertising and the expeise of 1r
W S ZEHRING Secret v
Bv order of the board of director
STOCKHOLDBIW tIB TING
NOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN Ttf
by order 3f the board of directors
the Utah Sand Dredging and Const
tion company held on August 3d l <
at the principal place of uMnee 1
said company a meeting of the stK
holders of said company wag called r
said board to be held on Aigust 25
1909 at the hour of 2 oclork In t
afternoon thereof at rooms 11 I and
Eagle Block Salt Lake Vv Htat J
Utah the said room being tie ui t
place of meeting of said CQIri i any
the building where said board rt >
larly transacts its business that
object and purpose of said rreatir
to submit to the stockholders of sit i
company the proposition of Inaea i
the capital sto k of said comp ny tr
25000 the amount of Its prsit cai
talicatlon to 50000 divided into
000 shares or the par value f U ei t
and for the transaction < > t sh of
business as may regularly cone befr i i
said meeting
By order of the board of director cf
the Utah Sand Dredging and Constru
tion Company
J H STRATTON President
Attest J F Simmons Secretary
First published August 4th 1909
1909
Last nuhUhoe August 5th
ASSESSMENT NOTICES XO 1
THE ALTA GLADSTONH MINTS
Company of Ttah with prlndr I al piac
of business at Sandy City Uta
Notice Is hereby given thlt at
meeting of the directors h i on tl
16th day of July 1909 an asirnet J
onequarter iel cent per sore Wh
levied on the > pal stock nf he
poratlon payable on or before he 1 t
poraton September 1909 to K < 3 y <
gason secretary and treasurer at ti
office of the company the r asurer I
residence at Sandy City Ttan I
Any stock upon which thIs assess
ment may remain unpaid on t > ie 15th
my
September lif 9 will be delinquent rd
advertised for sale at public aucn <
and unless payment is made lwfore vu 1
be sold on the 20th day 0 OctoV
1909 to pay the delinquent assessme
together with coat of advertising arI
expense ot sale
expnse ROBERT G YORGASN
Secretary and Treasurer
Sandy City Utah
Assessment Notice
BLACK JACK CONSOLIDATED MIN
ing companY Principal place of businf
Provo Utah Notice is hereby giver t t
at a meeting of the board of rectors J
the Black Jack Consolidated MIning C
nany heM on the I0th day of J br >
assessment < No 7J J of one ii cent 1
share was levied on the outstanding
ital stock of the corporation Payable n <
mediately U R E Alien secretary TJ
7 Knight block Provo Utah Any s
on which thlb assessment may raln
paid on Monca > Aug Ifi 19 wu
delinquent and advertaed for sale at P
lie auction and unless payment Is maJ
before will b sold at my o
bfore on Thursday Sept 9 i
fles the hour of 1 oclock p m to i
delinquent assessment together with a
cost of advertising and expense of saX
R E ALLEN Sfcretav
THan Offce Room 7 Knight block Provo
Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVE THAT
the annual stockholders mriq of t1 r
Champion Mining compile ni be he
at the office of sai corrij in jwit At
Utah National ban Sdl 1 ce tjtv
Utah on the d dy S ti1ier 1
at 2 o < 0ck p m fur tn f < Ec
l 1 i inI cf drn fr f 1 enSII
year and for tue ti ufcciv1 of su 4
other business as may come before e 7
miting All storkhofVrs may cast l
votes in pet son or by proxy
I R T BADGJ
1 I Sec ttry and Treasurer
CHURCH IN UTAH
ROMAN CATHOLIC
Continued from Page 1
church was the scene of the first public
mass in Salt Lake the church author
Sl curc autor
ities having granted permission to Father
Kelly to use the building
Iely Rev James P Foley was the first
priest assigned to Salt Lake He was
appointed to serve here early In the > rr
Ib58 There were few parishioners in the I
new charge but several of them were
rrominent in business and social life and I
receuo1 tordail
the new prist was ord1aly I
Bishop Joan P MM 5 uf VTJ t
first bishop of the Catliouj ci a h t J
visit Utah coming from Denver 1n No
ernbfcr js6s and regaining here one
week as the guest of General P E Con i
nor
Father Foley took charge of the lot on
which th old cathedral stands and the
little dobe house we repaired so that it
might b used as a rio of worship The
record of th first muss celebrated hi th
Ittla dOM chapel shows that those pro
tnt with Father Kelly v re Judge Bar
ron Mrs Governor Vaughan Irs T
Marshall J J ORem T B OReilly
J L Buns Mrs SimpL < t and family
and C L Dahler
Father Foley remained In charge of his
little flock in Salt Lake until 1870 when
he returned to Ute diocese in Denver Salt
Lake was then placed under the jurisdiction
Lke w tbn une t Jule
lion or Bishop pace O San Francisco
and the Rev Patrick Walsh was appointed
> pl
e priest of Salt Lake
First Church Is Built
The first important work of Father
Walsh was to start a subscription for
the church building and within a year
the church of St Mary Magdalene was
cbur Archbishop Alemany mM
th journey from San Francisco to con
secrate the building and the r Cath
olic church In Utah was formally conse
crated Nov 1 187L
Early in 1872 a Catholic mission w
opened by Father Bouchard I Jesuit
priest and h little church vas always
wel attended and became a strong fa
tor in the religious life of the city
Father Walsh retired from Salt Lake
in July 1 and notwithstanding h
efforts there remained a debt of 600
on the church here The problem of
finding a man to take charge of the lit
tie flock in Salt Lake burdened with
debt but rich in devotion to their church
AM finally solved by Bishop Alemany
and the selection of the Rev Laurence
Scanlan is told by Dean Harris In the
following words
There was then at Petaluma one of
the moat flourishing towns of his diocese
a stalwart young priest who had cm
to him a few years before and whom
in recognition of his valuable services
s
as assistant priest at San Francisco the
archbishop of Petaluma had promoted to the pastorate
His grace sent fo h outlined the
hardships of the vacant parish In Salt
Lake th debt of th church and th dif
ficulties to b encountered In reaching
the remote mining camps in th moun
tains At once the young priest yielded
to the entreaties of the archbishop returned
turned to Petaluma and settled his af
fairs bade goodbye to his people and
on Aug 1 1873 tHe Rev Laurence San
Ian now Bishop of Salt Lake and Utah
entered Salt Lake in the prime of his
young manhood and almost In th early
youR
morning of his priestly ordination On
that eventful and auspicious evening
when conducting his devotions he might
have said with the aged patriarch
Rio requiscam quolniam elecl earn
Here I will remain since I myself have
chosen it
It
con itThe
The Era of Growth
From that date begins the era of rapid
growth of the Catholic church In Utah
The time was ripe and Father Scanlan
with a most kindly character and in
domitable will with the power of youth
and its untiring energy had qualities of
personality that made workers of every
parishioner He founded All Hallows col
lege tat Salt Lake which D turned over
to the Manst Fathers in 189 four years
later This marked a bold and decisive
step In the history of the Catholic church
in the west St Marys academy an
the Holy Cross hospital were founded In
1875
1875The ground o which All Hallows col
lege stands was bought in 1881 and i
was planned at that time to erect th Holy
Cross hospital on the site In 1901 th
first part of the building for the college
W erected and the growth of the insti
tution has been rapid
I was In 1876 when the Right Rever
end Bishop Scanlan was missionary rc
e of Salt Lake that he invited the Sis
terhood of the Holy Cross to come to
Salt Lak and open a school for the edu
cation and training of girls Mother M
Augusta and Sister Raymond answered
the call left their convent home at Our
Lady of th Lake Indiana and came
to Salt Lake T school was opened
in a little adobe cottage but through
the generosity of Salt Lake citisens the
present home of S Marys academy was
soon provided This school i now un
der the most excellent administration of
Sister Frances Claire who through pru
dent administration and h charming
personality is maintaining the excellent
reputation of th institution an Increas
ing its field o usefulness i the community
ityThe Sacred Heart academy was the next
Institution founded through the efforts of
Bishop Scanlan and In response vo h
urgent request a party of sisters from
b mother house at Notre Dame In
came to establish the institution at Og
den on lines similar to that in Salt Lake
The Sacred Heart academy was opened
in September 1892 in its present build
ing The ladles of the Holy Cross are
also at the head of meritorious Institu
tions with excellent schools at Park City
and Eureka
St Annes orphanage was the next in
stitution o the Catholic church founded
in Utah and again Bishop Scanlan ap
ple to the Sisterhood of the Holy
C On Oct 1 1891 three sisters ar
rived and the orphanage was opened In
the residence lately occupied by the bish
op ana priests In 18S Bishop Scanlan
closed pet on a tract of fifteen
acres o Twelfth South street and the
present orphanage building w erected
by Thomas Kearns This institution ful
1 f equipped and furnished Is under the
care of eleven sisters an nearly 200 children
dren are cared for
Diocese of Salt Lake
The Diocese of Salt Lake embraces an
area of 153788 square miles by far th
I largest In the United States and the
Bishop of Salt Lake governs a region
greater than that included In the I juris
diction of the archbishops of New Or
leans New York Baltimore Chicago St
Louis Philadelphia San Francisco and
a Paul I
In 18S6 the territory of Utah was com
mitted t the administration of the Arch
bishop of San Francisco and two years I
later Colorado and Utah were erected Into
a vioariateapoatollc I February 1S71 I
Utah was again turned over to th juris
diction of the Bishop of San Francisco
where i remained until April 7 1586 At
that time Utah and six counties of Ne
vada were raised to a vicariateapostolic
and Father Laurence Scanlan pastor of
Salt Lak was made vicarapostolic and
consecrated June 2 1887
The founding of the Holy Cross hospital
pita by Bishop Scanlan in October 1875
marked another chapter in the history
of the Catholic church in Utah This
institution w first opened In a house I
in Fifth East street between Brigham
and First South streets in charge of Sis
tens M Holy Cross and l Bartholo
mew
mewThe Te tenacre block at Eleventh East and
First South streets was bought by Bishop
Scanlan In April 1881 and the deed was
given td the Sisters Since then a commodious
te Ster
modious and perfectly equipped hospital
has been erected which can care for 2Ui l i
I
patients
The history of the Catholic church In
Utah is one of continued growth and pro
gress and the name of Laurence Scanlan
is linked inseparably with the growth of
the church in the west

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