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16 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 11 1909
BIG RECEPTION IS
GIVEN FOR BLIND
Kenyon Hotel Parlors Are Scene
of Social and Philanthropic
Gathering
ulture and fashion with a seeing
niui lib servant eye mingled with those
ii the darkened world yesterday after
noon and were en > ious of the genlus
Kifud touch of the fingers and the
K > en mind strengthened through the
> iy loss of what the seeing regard as
niiNt precious
The oceiMun was the Annual recep
tmri given in honor of the blind by
fa auxiliary of the reading room for
1 I e tilind for several hours the main
I i arlor of the Kenyon hotel was
irouged 1 with hostesses and guests
who attended to do honor to those who
though living in the shadows are yet
diiparently the most talented and the
IJO t cheerful under their lot
The interest attaching to the wide
Fineadlng thought for the adult blind
uis reflect1 in the attendance at yes
IrUays ciption and although It
inigtit heeni I contradictory the afffir
wag one of the jolliest happiest and
fen preti ntious of social events
lahhionablv gowned women gave a
piture colirrini lii the affair in the
jiiidst of vinili the twenty and more of
tit sightli > i took their imrt and Were
l t io the Mluniiy of the curious look
Ing fyr the liliini until pointed out
The bliid liemsulvea l took a promi
Jjlt jmrt in I tin reception showing
vmoh of their handicraft l am present
ing a val ied program contisting of
T selections readings recitations
i Till I vocal 1eet ions
To i even those actively interested in
t t work i > t the blind the exhibit of
their liandiwork was a surprise Scat
fied about mi tabled were shown
awls soft pillows habit hoods and
lonnets slipixrs stockings kimonos
nnl jackets all of crocheted or knitted
v irk and with their delicate colorings
i nil insertions of ribbons and perfec
tion of work combining all the
finalities of ait
Variety Is Shown
These displays formed the work of
f gPrs unassisted by the eyes and
rf > l > rfsrnted the talents of Miss Marie
liuifitin Mrs Kama Richa aad MISS
j Iientth The exhibition chal
lnged the belief that the work had
> eu performed by the blind There
n ua an exhibit of work too done on
t 10 typewriter by G W Pmpson that I
J i its neatness > and accuracy would put I
t shame many of the graduates of
schools
nother table showed the methods
tTi teaching the blind to read and write
Itir the Braille system
luring the afternoon the orchestra
iiuposed of Albert Freeman first vio
in O W Timpson second violin
Tni > s Standing flute and John
i IttJtr pianist rendered several ae
ktions Mrs Emma Riches delighted
1 < r hearers with a plaintively melodious
iive song Albert Freeman the young
> IHntst I won admiration with a violin
F io b and Miss Marie Hansen in charm
ny voice gave a reading Mr Timp
sm also gave a recitation
Following the program Mrs Arthur
Dud chairman uf the auxiliary re
t wed the work of the society an
t I success attained by the blind in
tt learning of handicraft Refresh
IL i nb wert served in the hotel cafe
nll the blind made to realize through
out the afteriotm that they were the
u ts of the occasion
Hiring the afternoon a telegram was
ctiied from Mrs A 8 Rowan at
i 111 Francis ii the organizer of the
lixiliary and who still maintains her
i tiTfst in the local society cougratu
t vng the members and expressing her
4 < i rt at not being able to be in at
nUance
Excursion to Ogden December 13
For Salt Lake Opera companys per
firmance of The Serenade Round
tni 100 Special train leaving Salt
Lake 615 p m returning after the
jiriurmanee
Two million dollars guarantees the
t Curacy of evey abstract made by the
salt Lake Security Trust Co
p Main WP own our own records
Salt Lake Opera Co at Ogren
December 13 Excursion via 0 S L
Round trip 100 Special train at 815
I 1 p m returning after the opera
1It
V
To People Who
Buy Wisely
The following happy suggestions
wilt prove valuable in making
appropriate gift selections
ART GLASS LAMPS PICTURES
PEDESTALS DRESSING TABLES
TABOURETTES Gentlemans CHIFFONIERS
SEWING TABLES BRASS and COPPER WARE
TEA TABLES ROCKERS
MUFFIN TRAYS EASY CHAIRS
PIANO BENCHES COUCHES
GRANDFATHER CLOCKS DAVENPORTS
AUTO VALETS TOYS
We offer them in an endless variety
of designs and at prices that bespeak
our fair dealing
A Gift from Dinwoodeys
fe a compliment to the re
clplen t
tA
D c
I
Sale of County Property
NOTICEACTING UNDER AUTHOR
Ity conferred by the board of county
commissioners of Salt Lake county Utah
and in accordance with the provisions of
subdivision 36 section 11 compiled laws
of Utah 1907 the undersigned hereby
gives notice that at 12 oclock m Monday
December 27 1906 from the front steps
of the west door of the Joint city and
county building Salt Lake City Salt Lake
county Utah there will be offered for
sale at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash the following described real
property belonging to said Salt Lake
county the game being no longer required
for public use
Commencing at the southwest corner of
block 4C tenacre plat A Big Field sur
vey thence north 486 feet thence east
10857 feet thence north 12 degrees 30
minutes west 14019 feet to a point of be
ginning and running thence north IS de
grees X minutes west 512 110 feet thence
north 19 degre as 30 minutes weet 270 feet
thence west 36 feet thence south 400 de
grees west TOO feet thence south 608 de
grees west i6 tt feet j thence east 90 710
feet to place of beginning
Said county reserves the right to reject
any and all bids
By order of the board of county com
missioners of Salt Lake county Utah No
vember 22 1908
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR
Sea County Clerk
Dated November 22 ISO I
Notice
STATE OF UTAH DEPARTMENT OF
Board of Pardons Salt Lake City Utah
Dec 3d HOB
To Whom it May Concern Notice is
hereby given that the State Board of Par
dons will hold a regular session on Satur
day December 18 1909 at 10 oclock a m
at the Utah State Prison Salt Lake coun
ty Utah
That at said meeting said Board will
hear applications for pardon in the fol
lowing cases towit
FOR PARDON
John F Newton forgery
Alexander Wanless obtaining money un
der false pretenses
Charles C Ross burglar third degree
William Morgan grand larceny
Edward Syphus assault with deadly
weapon
Den Jarrett burglary second degree
Robert Lanier felony or burglary
FOR COMMUTATION
Abraham Finberg grand larceny
FOR PAROLE
Nick Witka assault with deadly
weapon
Samuel E Doman rape
All persona having any Interest therein
desiring to be heard either for or against
the granting of said applications respect
ively are hereby notified to be present
at said meeting
By order of the board
A R BARNES WILLIAM SPRY
Secretary President
Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting ot the board of directors
of the Gordon Mining and Milling com
pany held at Salt Lake City Utah on
Friday the 12th day of November 1609
an assessment of two dollars per thou
sand shares was levied on the capital
stock of Mid corporation issued and out
standing payable in two Installments
namely Onehalf of said assessment pay
able on or before the Sfrth day of De
cember 1906 > > 1 and the remaining portion
of said assessment payable on or before
the 15th day of January 1910 to A S
Fowler secretary of said orporation at
his office No 218 South Main street
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upon
which said assessment or any portion
thereof shall remain unpaid on the 16th
day of January 1910 will become delin
quent and unless payment is made be
fore will be advertised for sale and so
many shares of each parcel of such stock
as may be necessary will be sold on Sat
urday the 4th day of February 1910 at
3 oclock p m of said day at the office
of the secretary No 218 South Main
street Salt Lake City Utah to pay the
said assessment costs of advertising and
expetse of sale A S FOWLER
Secretary of the said Gordon Mining and
MtllffiK Company
Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I a special meeting of the stockholders of
the Utah Black Marble Co a corpora
I tion of Utah has been called to be held
I and the same will be held at the office
of the I X L Furniture Stores Co on
Third South between Main and State
streets Salt Lake City Utah on the 30th
day of December 1909 at 2 oclock p m
of that day for the purpose of permitting
the stockholders to vote on the questions
of amending the articles of said corpora
tion in substance as follows I
IPar 2 of Art 8 be amended as fol
lows The voting for officers and on
any other question that may arise mar be
by ballot or viva voce as the holder of
the majority of the stock represented at
the meeting may determine Each
share of stock shall constitute one vote
2 That portion of Art I wherein it
states that the general office etc of the
company shall be at Salt Lake City
Utah be changed to that of Midrale
Utah All other articles mentioning this
subject to be made to conform to aid
change
3 The contradiction in Art 8 Par 3 I
should be amended to read the third
Monday in January in plaoe of the
first Monday
Aad to transact such other business as
may legally come before the meeting
By order of the majority of the board
of directors
NELS J SORENSEN
President
CLIPPORD I GOP
Secretary
Dated December 8 180J
Notice j > f Application to Disincorpo
rate
I I
I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district in and for Salt
Lake county state of Utah In the mat
ter of the application of the Hero Ne
vada Mines company to be disincorpor
ated Notice of application to disincor
porate
Notice is hereby given that the Hero
Nevada Mines company a corporation
I formed under the laws of the state of
Utah baa presented to the Third District I
court of Salt Lake couaty Utah a pe I
tition praying to be allowed to dMncor
i Berate And dissolve and that Friday the
bit day of December A D 1tIJI at M
aclock a m or as soon thereafter as
counsel canbe heard has been appointed
as the time and the court apnt
Honorable C W Morse city a county
building Salt Lake City Utah a the
place heard at which said application will b
Witness th clerk o aald court with
W11
th seal affixed this 24th day of Novem
ber A D 1909
br MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR
KRGAJ Clerk
By Fred C Baaaett Deputy Clerk
to Han rf F A Carlson Attorneys fo Peti
Assessment No7 I I
MOUNTAIN DELI CONSOLIDATED
Mining company Principal place o bus
MID of cmpny Elk Club buDdIng Salt
Lake City Utah Notice is hereby given
that at a meeting of the board of trus
tees of the Mountain Dell Consolidated
Mining company held o the llth day of
November 1909 an assessment of one
cent par a W levied awl aoseased
ct pr capital stock of said corporation
payable at the office of A W RaybouM
treasurer of said company at of nee of
o
Elks Club building on or before D
El
21 190ft Any stock upon which said as
sessment may zemain unpaid on th said
21 gt day of December 1900 will b delinquent
linquent and advertised for saleat pub
lic auction and unless payment made
before will be sold on the 10th day of
January 1910 at 1230 p m of said day
to pay th said delinquent assessment
together with th cot of advertising and
expenses of sale
e W RAYBOULD Treasurer
Office Elks Club building Salt Lake
Qfce
City Utah
Notice to Contractors
i
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
SEAE I
calved at the county clerks office until
cave 1 m on Monday the 38th day of
eetber 1996 for th construction of a
steal balcony in th clerks office Plans
and specifications can b examined at the
clerks office T right is reserved t
reject any and all bids
81 I
ret
By order of the board of county com I
wtsAonera
MARGARET ZANE W1TOHSR
Seal County Clerk
Read HeraldRepublican Wants j
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
NOTICE
Consult eounty uric or respective alga
ws fo f ont maUienj
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division DIRC an for Salt Lake
County State of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Rich
ard mate Notice
Grifttb Deased
The petition of G H Backman administrator
petiton Bckmn
ministrator of the estate of Richard
uriffiths deceased praying for an
order of ale of real property of said
decedent and that all persons inter
ested appear before the said court to
should not
i show cause why an order Mold
b granted to sell so much as shall be
necessary of the following described
necar folowlne
real estate of said deceased towit
Commencing at a point 21 rods west
of the southeast corner of lot 3 blocs
73 plat C Salt Lake City survey
running thence west 21 rods thence
north 9 rods thence east 24 rods
thence south 9 rods to the
place of beginning has been set fer
hearing on Friday the 17th day of
I December A D 1909 at 1 oclock p m <
10
at the county court house in the court
room of said court in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of mid court with
the seal thereof affixed this 1st day
of December A D 1909
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
MAGET ZAE Clerk
Sal L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
G H Backman attorney for peti
tioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county state of Utah
In the matter of the estate and guardianship
dianshlp of J J Riordan an incompetent
tent
Notice The petition of Angus Mc
Kellar Jr the guardian of the per
son and the estate of J J Riordan
an incompetent for confirmation of
sale of the following described real
estate towit Lots 1 2 3 4 3 24
25 and 27 Violet addition a subdivision
of lot 8 in block 15 fiveacre plat A
ble field survey situate in Salt Lake
City Salt Lake county state of Utah
for the sum of 140000 10 per oent
down and balance upon confirmation
of said sale lots 2 upn 30 49 60 61
and 52 Violet addition for the sum
of 1225 25000 in cash balance
in one year evidenced by note secured
by a mortgage covering said prop
erty as appears from the return of
sale filed in this court ha been set
for hearing on Friday the 24th day of
December A D 1909 at 2 oclock P
m at the county court house In the
courtroom of said court in Salt Lake
City Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 7th day
of December A D 1909
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
titioner Edward McGurrin Attorney for Pe
ttoner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate ty State Division of Utah in and fo Salt Lake coun
In the matter of the estate of David
Norris deceased Notice
The petition of Susannah Norris ad
ministratrix of the estate of David No
ris deceased praying for an order of
sale of real property of said decedent
and that all persona Interested appear
before the said court to show cause why
an order should not b granted to sell
so much as shall b necessary of the fol
lowing described real estate of said de
ceased towit
The south half of lot seven 7 block
twentyeight 2 plat F Salt Lake
City survey with small residence in fair
condition and that all of said property
II community property has been set for
hearing on Friday the 17th day of D
cember A D 1909 at 2 oclock p m at
the county court house in the court room
Lake of said county court Utah in Salt Lake City Salt
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 4th day of
December A D 1909
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Alexander McMaster Attorney for Pet
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun
ty state of Utah In the matter of the
state and guardianship of Haber Smith
Stanley Smith and Abase Skouaen min
ors Notice The petition of H A n
praying for the Issuance to himself of
letters of guardianship on the persons
and estates of Heber Smith Stanley
Smith and Alonxo Skousen minors has
been set for hearing on Friday the 24th
day of December A D 1909 at 2 oclock
p m at the county court house in the
court room of said court in Salt Lake
City Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
th seal thereof affixed this 7th day of
December A D 1909
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
Sal L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Smith A Price Attorneys for Petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county state of Utah
In the matter of the estate of Oswald
T Thedsen deceased
Notice The petition of George W
Parks praying for the issuance to
himself of letters of administration in
the estate of Oswald T Thedaen de
ceased has been set for hearing on
Friday the 24th day of December A
D 1909 at 2 oclock p m at the
county court house in th court room
of said court in Salt Lake City Salt
Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 7th day
of December A D 1909 I
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Dey A Hoppaugh Attorneys for Pe
titioner
tton
Notice te Creditors
ESTATE OF MARY JUDGE DE
ceased
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the
office of HallorunJudge Co 309 South
Math street Salt Lake City Utah en
or before the 8th day ut October A D
19W
J FRANK JUDGE
Administrator of the Estate of Mary
Judge Deceased
Date of first publication Dec 4 A
D 1909
Bradley Pischel Harkness Attor
neys
Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOOKHOfD
ers meeting of the HeraldRepublican
Publishing company
To the Stockholders of the HeraldRe
publican Publishing company
Notice i hereby given that a Special
cial Meeting of the Stockholders of the
HeraldRepublioan Publishing company
has been called by the Board of Direr
tore of said company to u held on the
20th day of December 1909 at 1 oclock
in the afternoon of said day at the prin
pn
cipal place of business of said company
at the building where the said Board of
Directors usually meets namely at the
offices of said company 167 South Main
street in th city of Salt Lake county
of Salt Lake and state of Utah
That the object of said meeting is to
consider and act upon the proposition
that said company create a bonded Indebt
edness of one hundred thousand dollars
3100000 In gold coin of the Tnitrd States
to bear interest at th rate of 6 per cent
per annum for the purpose of paying the
indebtedness of sal compaij now owing
to William A nark l and to secure the
bonded indebtedness so created by a mort
gage or trust deed upon all the personal
property assets and franchi now
owned by said HeraldRepublican Pub
lishing company to authorize the board
of directors to issue said bonds and mort
gage or trust deed and to authorize the
officers f the vompaMy to execute the
same
BV order of tlie board of directors of
the HeraidHepublkrfn Publishing com
pany
P C JACKLING President
GEORGE F HALE Secretary
DTl AND GUARDIANSHIP OF
Fninz Jungk incompetent 1b under
signed will S1 ht private sale 575 shares
of the c Hpual stock of the Cumberland I
Ely Mining uuinpiinv I corporation on
or after Tuesday the list day of December
her 9 and written bids will b received
at 355 West Second South street Salt
Lak Citv Utah terms t 7f sal 10 per
cent of the amount of bid at time of sale
halanci1 of prin upon confirmation by
th coirt
Vaed 1 jtl 1t JlS1T8 11
Guardian
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah October 16 1909
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
R Murdoek whose pot > toffi < address
MUro ptoffk
Is Heber Utah hal made application
in accordance with the requirements o
the complied laws of Utah 1907 to ap
propriate three hundred sixteen and
sixtenths 3166 acrefeet of water
from Provo river Utah county Utah
Said water will be stored whenever
available during the period from Jan
prio
uary 1 to December 31 Inclusive of
earn year in North Fork lake No 1
North Fork lake No 2 located on Lit
tle North Fork branch of said river
and Diamond lake Montgomery No 1
and Montgomery NoZ located on main
NortlL Fork of said river North Fork
lake No T is located at a point which
bears south 7 degrees 30 minutes
west about 295 8 feet distant from the I
United States government monument
located on Mount Baldy North Fork
lake No 2 is located at a point which
bears south 72 degrees 20 minutes west 1
about 30924 feet distant from the
monument above described Diamond
lake is located at a point which bears
locate
south 67 degrees west about 127778
degee
feet distant from the monument above
described Montgomery No 1 is lo
cated at a point which bears south 7
degrees west about 173712 feet dis
tant from the monument above des
cribed Montgomery No 2 Is located
crlbe 73 degrees
at a point which bears south
grees a west about 178992 feet distant
from the above described monument
The water so stored will be released
from said reservoirs during the period
from May 1 to September 30 inclusive
of each year and allowed to flow down
the natural courses of streams below
said lakes to a point on Provo river
which bears south 48 degrees 52 min
utes west 1320 feet from the west
quarter corner of section 5 township
6 south range 3 east Salt Lake base
and meridian from where it will be
conveyed for a distance of 80000 feet
in a pipe line and a canal and there
used to irrigate 40000 acres of land
embraced in sections 25 to 31 inclu
sive township 4 south range 1 east
sections SO 31 and 32 township 4
south range 2 east sections 1 to 6 in
clusive township I south range 1
east sections 4 to 10 inclusive 1 to
Z inclusive 26 to 29 inclusive 32 to
35 Inclusive township 5 soutn range
2 east sections 1 to 4 inclusive 9 to 16
inclusive S to Zt inclusive township
6 south range 2 east and sections C
and 7 township 6 south range 3 east
Salt Lake base and meridian This
application is designated in the state
engineers office as No 2077
All protests against the granting of
said application stating the reasons
therefor must b made by affidavit in
duplicate and filed In this office within
Iuplete
thirty 30 days after the completion
of the publication of this notice
CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Date of first publication November
13 190 date of completion of publication
cation December 1 1909
Summons
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the State of
Utah County of Salt Lake Joseph
L Lundeen plaintiff V Sarah Olive
Drown and the unknown heirs of D I
vid Drown deceased Annie S Cutler
administratrix of the estate of Ben
jamin L Cutler deceased Annie S
Cutler Benjamin L Cutler Otto F
Hansen James Carson Thomas W
Buiso Lindsay Hutchison and Andrew
Severson defendant Summons
The State of Utah to the Said Defendant
fendant
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you I served
within the county in which this action
Is brought otherwise within thirty
days after service and defend the
above entitled action and in case of I
your failure so to do judgment will
b rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint which baa
been flied with the Clerk of said Court
This action is brought to recover a
judgment quieting plaintiffs title to
the following described land in Salt
Lake County Utah Commencing at
a point on the West side of a North
and South County road 568 f N
and 2 rods W of the S E cor of Sec
26 T 2 S R 1 W S L M thence
81 deg W 491 ft thence N 63 ft
thence E 491 ft thence 8 61 f t beginning
WEBER A OLSON
Plaintiffs Attorney
PO Address 1121 Boston Bldg Salt
Lake City Utah
IN THE UNITED STAVES CIRCUIT
court in and for the district of Utah
Eighth circuit United States of America
complainant vs Wasatch Water com
pany a corporation defendant No Iu94
Order
I appearing to the court from the affi
davit of Hiram E Booth attorney for the
United States for the district of Utah
and one of the solicitors for complainant
in the above entitled suit in equity that
equ
said suit was brought by the United
States of America fo the purpose of re
moving the cloud upon its real property
described in said complaint and to have
a judicial forfeiture declared of a grant
for a rightofway over and across said
property and that said real property is
situated within the state and district of
Utah and is fully described in com
plainants bill of complaint and it fur
ther appearing to the court that said de
fendant Watch Water company is not
a resident or inhabitant of or found
within this district and has not volun
tarily appeared thereto and it further
trily appred tfreto
appearing that on the 17th day of August
A D 1909 the judge of this court made
an order requiring the said defendant
Wasatch Water company to appear
plead answer or demur to said bill of
complat on the 4th day of October
A D 1909 and that said order be served
on said defendant company in the north
ern district of Illinois by the United
States marshal for said district at least
twenty 3 days before said 4th day of
October A D 1909
And it further appearing from the affi
davit of said Hiram E Booth attorney
for the United States that i is imprac
ticable to serve said order on the said
defendant in said northern district of Illinois
linois a that the whereabouts of the
officers of said corporation is unknow
and that said order has been returned
with the endorsement thereon that ser
vice of same cannot be made by the
United States marshal for the northern
district 01 Illinois and it further ap
pearing to the court that the place of
Parg
business of said Wasatch Water comoany
is unknown and that none of its officers
can b found oitier in J th sat and dis
ttict or rtfii or within the northern die
tict of Illinois where it originally had
its goruri 1 place of business
I is therefore ordered that the said de
fendanr Wasatch Water company do ap
pear plead answer or demur to com
plainants bill of complaint on or before
the 7th day of February A D 1S10 and
i is further ordered that this order bp
served upon the Wasatch Water com
pany a corporation defendant herein by
the United States marshal for the district
of Utah causing a copy of this order to be I
published in the Salt Lake HeraldRepub I
lican once a week for a period of six con I
secutive weeks from the dat of said first I
publication and that this order be served
publcaton rve I
by the United States marshal for the dis
trict of Ttuh on the person or person
to the possession or charge of the said
be
property if ally there
poprty Datf Salt Lake City nah this 3
day of December 1909
J A MARSHALL Judge
United States of America DirtrM of
U taiies
T Jerrold R LeUhor dlk l of the
United St Its irruit lOn for th district I
lnltd
trict of rtah < ittins at Salt Lake Sty I
do hereby certify the aho > c and forego i
ing to be a true perfect 11 complete
compte
transcript and copy of an order for ser
vice heretofore made and now of record I
In said court and in a certain cause No
1094 in said court pending wherin the
United States of America is complainant
and the Wasatcli Watr company defend
ant as full anti completely as the same
sti 1 reniaMs of rforo in I mv ofjf
1 H tr tintny wherof I haxo hereunto
set no hand and affixed the seal of said
court at Salt Lake City In suh district
this 3 duv of December A D 1909
Seal JERROLD R JFTt HER
Cl lork
Notice to Creditors
KRTAIK 0V AXN PtARN TK
ceast < l Creditor I vjl lu i > iMnt olaini
with vouclics to UK nderined at the
office of c 8 Patterson S7S8 Commer
cial block on or before the 15th day of
April A D 1211
OKORGK SAXTOX
AdniiniMritov of the estate of Anna
Shiai il l astil
Dati ut fust i ubli iion 1 > < nthr 1
A T l O
l t TS laU i > rmi nlly
PEOEESSIONAL CAEDS
Hiram B Booth B O Lee
Carl A Badger
BOOTH LEE BADGER
BAGJ
BOTH Counselors 6086 t M
timY B1tn Bldg Telephone Uf
POWERS MARIONEAUX
Attorney atLaw Rooms 20M M 4 < MI
Aterey New Herald Bldg Bell 1
Benjamin 1 Rich Atfy Notail PuaHe
WALTER W LYLE 3SS4 Conner
dftl building Bell phone W99
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AOCOUG AN AUIIG
WM HOLMES 315 Judge Bl B
4179 SystematlBlng And transfer of part
norflhlns to corporations
BANKS AN BANG
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DESERET NATIONAL BANK
Capital J600000 surplus S
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
L S Hills president John C Cttttor
vice president H S Young cashier E SHills
Hills assistant cashier 1 W Burtcm ae >
stotant cashier Directors John 1
Barnes A W Carlson John C Cotiar
David Bodes L S Hills Frauds 1
Lyman W H McIntyre W W Utter
George Romney Reed Smoot John C
Rfey
Sharp John R Winder H G Whitney
McCORNICK CO
BANKERS
Salt Lake City Utah
Established 1173
UTAH COMMERCIAL A AVI0
bank Wm l Armstrong Free Byioa
Groo cashier commercial banking m al
It branches 4 per cent on savings dipse
sav
Its accounts solicited satisfactory sir
vice guaranteed
MERCHANTS BANK
Officers
H P Clark President I
John J Dalr V P A H Peabodjr T P
W TT Chn T rs W r
ARCHITECTS
A J HAMILTON Architect 5th flew
Constitution block Send tOo for my book
of plans showing elevation and floor piaa
of 7 modern homes and bungalows Bell
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nhor S8S9 nd 956
PAER CLAIG
EXPERT workmen reasonable prints
Natonl EXERT Co Bell 49 led
SHOE REPAIRING
SEWED sows in I minutes 49 West J
street basement
South stN bm e
NOTICE FOR BIDS
For Supplies for the Utah Industrial
School Year 1910
Sealed bids will be received at the
superintendents office until 3 p m
ofice
December following 15 supplies 1909 for furnishing the
24000 pounds High Patent flour
72000 nounds Straight Grad flour
60000 bran and shorts 1000 graham
flour 1000 corn meal 1000 Oermad
all more or less
12000 pounds beef front and rear
quarters alternately 1000 pounds mat
ton front and rear quarter alternate
ly veal as needed for the year all
more or less
Seventyfive tons of nut coal Mt
ton mine sl < tcn more or le to b
delivered f o b Five Points
Twenty dosen pairs of s shoes
a don pairs girls shoes all more or
leas Twenty barrels of syrup more or
leas to be delivered at school
Ten thousand pounds sugar more or
less
Twentyfour cases Diamond C or
eouivalent laundry sCp more or leas
Twenty case Hard Water Castile
soaP more or less
10aD or Eighteen less bales white salt pork more
Eighteen sacks ham more or less
Eighteen sacks breakfast bacon more
or leas
One hundred and fifty undershirts
and 250 pairs underdrawers inure o
leas
lessOn hundred house brooms more or
less Two hundred and fifty pairs overalls
and 200 black top shirts more or less
Drugs for medicinal and hospital
use Lists may be had at office of
mmertntendent
Stationery typewriting paper pen
cils etc and all office supplies neces
sary for the year 1910 List may be
had at superintendents office
Hardware tubs palls pans brooms
pl pn
brushes etc etc Lists may be bad
at office of superintendent
School supplies Pen points pen
holders ink tablets scratch tablets
etc etc Lists may b had at office
of superintendent
uprlntendent provisions sufficient
for the year 1910 Lists may be had
at office of superintendent
oflce goods toweling sheeting
bleached 8oos unbleached table cloth
napkins ginghams waisting and uni
form goods Samples and lists may
be had at office of superintendent
Laundry supplies ChIp soap ball
blueing liquid blueing and etc for
superintendent laundry Lists may be had at office of
All supplies to be delivered as required
quired and subject to the approval of
the superintendent
All bids will b submitted to the
board of trustees and opened subse
quent to above date
The board reserves the right t re
ject any and all bids or to accept any
proposition favorable to the state Bids
for supplies furnished will be paid
monthly The law requires that a cer
tified check for not lea than 5 per
cent of the bid accompany same and
shall require of the successful bidder
a bond in onehalf the amount of the
bid I conditioned that he will properly
perform contract For any other In
formation apply at office anl the super
intendent Utah Industrial School
B C OOWANS
Superintendent
K J fT NF Chief Clerk
Delinquent Notice
THE CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION OF
Sail Lak City Utah Principal place of
business Salt Lake City Utah p
Notice Thsre are delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
assessment No 3 of ten dollars per share
levied I on th 19th day of October 1909 the
several amounts set opposite the names
Ivtral amount s opplte
of the respective shareholders No a follows
Shares Amt
R J Thomas t 11000
Homer Thomas 1 1000
John James 1 1000
U E Giles 1 1000
And in accordance with law and an or
der of the board of directors made on the
rnh day of October 1909 so much of each
parcel I of such stock as may b necessary
will b sold at public auction at the office
wi
of th treasurer Z West South Temple
street Salt Lake Citjr Utah on the s
day of December 19 W at 10 a m to pay
the delinquent assessments t her on to
gether with the costs of advertising and
expenses of sale HARRY F EVANS
Secretary
Notice of Assessment No3
THE CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION OF
Salt Lake City principal place of busi
ness Salt Lake City state of Utah
Notice i hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of director of
the Cambrian Association of Salt Lake
City Utah held October 1 1909 as
sessment No3 of 1009 per share wag
levied upon the capital stok of the
corporation payable immediately to N
I L Morris the treasurer of the association
L Morr
tion at his of te Z West South Temple
pie street Salt Lake City Utah
Any stock upon which this assess
I ment may remain unpaid on the 29th
day of November 1909 will be delin
I quent and advertised for sale at public
I auction and unless payment is made
before will be sold on the Jlst day of
I December 1909 at ten oclock a m
at the treasurers office 21 West South
Temple street Salt Lake City Utah to
pay th delinquent assessment thereon
together with the cat of advertising
I and expense of sale
BAKRY VAS Secretary
I Read Herald Republican Wants
FOX SALE HEAL AT
FOR BAI
HOMES ON MONTHLY FAYlCEltT
SlSOtOattage in Coa ajMVa between
tween Fifth andl gatth 5th jrt
Ninth and Tenth Hart Thus p
fourroom cottages D two altke
front and taek Jtewliea electric
lights city water ra < M street
8 o these hovMa alM4y sld
31000Fiveroom madam bungalow at
No 257 Tenth avenue near tb car
line Large bath room two clothe
clot cellar pantry with Mac
pt
drawers and sfeelvt L 91 f S
inches by 123 ft 9 inches ad driveway
3350 Modem bungalow at No 559 Ham
ion Place running north from
Sixth South between State and
S East five rm misaioa
finish bath pantry two elothes
pD et
closets front and back porches
complete plumbing electric lights
and gas very desirable Nine bun
galows In Hamilton Place sold this
season so tis
tUOO Fiveroom modern bungalow at Ml
Tenth avenue large front porch
bath room cabinet kitchen s
ane electric lights A gnu rang
molufed at Mils pit M p MW
Ninth avenue car line will take you
within one short blook c this
b
750 Attractive bungalow o the north
r beach No 379 Tenth avenw all
modern feature superior construc
tion built for a home large front
veranda back porch screened II
cement steps cement cellar gas
and electric lights
M78BNO GO Ninth avenue on the car
line sixroom pressed brick stone
foundation bungalow mission fin
ish mission fireplace in living
r0 fpa
room large front veranda screened
back porch modern plumbing and
b pl mm
furnace tot 2x7 rods
r
Jt73 Jet value No 781 Seventh
avenue sevenroom twoatory
prsaeffd brick stonefoundation
dwelling reception hal large front
porch modern plumbing a fur
nace lot 37V4 f by 131 f
old on easy monthly paymeata I one
o these does not suit 7 we hat ethers
SALT LAJOC SECtJMTT 6 TKOsTT C
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Phonec B J tt J Itt
POR SALE By owner new lroota
JR cottage modern Apply ISM I
Af It 11900
FOR IAWL Iy M
with as RsfteranJVIge JL im Xt
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BIlIR
FOR SALE
BUCKETS WCALTT COMPAXT
W HaraH Mac
Buy sell sndexchsBgs real istaia In all
Its forma List row ptuunty with them
for results L 7f i Q
FOR SL
STRICTLY MODKXK flOL
3MM AX
Fiveroom homes Mar llth S 0 sod 9th
E w b completed this we k additional
tional rooms can b flabba at row convenience
venience upstaIrs staircase in cement
sidewalks small payment balance like
rent Have first choice Phone x
FOR SAUe Several modem hec
small payment balance J as rant
Also few lots Nyes addition Sna
W B ANDREWS A C
m D F Walker Bid Both phones
M llS A D I lLt
AS5AYE1S
nETTLES KT 6 C A I
BardwelU manager assay and chemical
laboratory W So W Temple o
phones
J W CURRDB TO West l Booth St7
Salt Lake City Samples b mail o ex
press receive prompt attention
p riv atfnt
CRI8MON A NICHOLS aaeayers and
chemists 23 South West Trapk street
Salt Lake City
R H OFFICER C asearera 10
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South West Temple St Salt Lake City
UNION ASSAY OFFICE Id SOUTH
West Temple street
BIRDCOWAN C
10 8 West Temple St Bell 4114
OOXOTOU
HAMLIN PAINTS IncorporRtsdJ F P
Keate manager Painting froM A t z
Phone 2
Pre
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J1G XAOHIrnY
TENT ENGINEERING AND Ut
CHINERY C Phones In i Ben 2834
SOC 1OD
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E M WEST CO Stocks 321 ti
Walker BUr Both phones office and roe
UID OAn
BUYING AND 8RO
ALL KINDS secondhand clothing
trunks valises beat prices paid U Commercial
mercial at Send postal card Phone r
OSTRICH PLUMES CLEANED
F A CARTER FUR CO t W 1st Se
Furs remodeled repaired redyea
CLEANING AND DYEING
SALT LAKE CLEANING CO M So
St Bell phone 8235 Ind 1734
STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS
LININGS and grates supplied for all
m LING D Lovett Fond t N 7th
West Bell 2304 K Ind 23U
SPIRITUAL
XR H FONTYN spiritual adviser and
H FONYN
trance medium 27 So W Temple
KEYFI77INGLOCKSMITBI
C B COTTON successor to Maim 6 Cot
ton S 8 W Temple In 11
MIDWWZS
MRS LIZZIE GXIBLER 326 W I N
private home for confinement cases Bell
UKX lad 4097
SCAVENGERS
UTAH VOE Wm Tiling
worth manager ctsars toilets eampo a
and grew vat Office W i B Both
Phones isis
pones
ItPRIG
PRTNTtNG
STAR PRIG C M jb
printing bookbinding I and panes rvttng 33
Postofflce place Telephone MH
AKONA
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Our price ape right
Tn pe Phen 310
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now CD
EVERYTHING In the store fixture line 7
billiard and pool tables and eu1en t tt
my prices P Wetherbea 1SS aaa 161
= st let South
GAffljiiOTaaw I
NATIONAL CASH RBOI TWlS Ocar
Groshell safe a gat for Utah Rxperc
cash register repiJrteg No I Mate st
Serondnaad retttsters always in stock
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CAR AND 10BD
CALL J W McCUNE lad i noM SMS
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HOME fOR THE HOLIDAYS
Many Celestials Apply to local Im
migration Inspector for Return
Passports
Applications fo papers allowing them
t visit their native land and return t
the United State have been filed by
thirteen Chinese with the local immi
gration office and M far ta the investi
gations have been taken up there have
been no refusals Mot of the applicants I
live in Salt Lake and nearby mining I
camps with two or three hailing from
southern Idaho and southwestern Wyo
ming
mingTe approach of the Chinese New
Years celebration always brings a long
ing for home to the Celestial mind and
those who are able to met the govern
ment requirements usually try to ve
in time to spend their great holiday sea
son in their native land
Immigration laws since the Chinese
exclusion act provide that a Chinaman
In order to return to the United States
must unravel a skein of red tape de
signed to prevent the homesick Celestial
from going home and sending a proxy
back to the United States This regu
lation is to the effect that he must qual
ify In any one of five ways by showing
that he has in th United States a wife
child or parent or that he has prop
erty worth 1000 bills receivable to that
amount or the cash in the bank
Mot of the Celestials who apply to
C J lust the local inspector qualify
through the property clause by furnish
lug proof of ownership of a business or
real estate Several within the last few
weeks have been accompanied to local
banks where they have shown their de
posits of 1000 or more while others
have brought men to the Inspector who
have declared under oath that they owe
the applicant sums aggregating S110
The man of family qualification is
probably the least used at the local of
fice Investigation Is made by the inspector I
bfor papers are issued but I at any
time after the Celestial leaves for home
it is discovered that he h made false I
reports he can b prevented from re
entering the country In cases of Chi
namen of the better class this Investi
gation is no more rigid than i required
by law and in cages where a Chinaman
produces a friend who says he borrowed
HMO from the applicant some time ago
and intends to pay I back I is difficult
to prove otherwise although the story
may sound far fetched In Clue where
the property qualification is need the
property or cash must b in th appli
cants name when he returns to the
United States
To successful applicants passports
a made out and th papers must bear
a photograph of the applicant and oth
er means of positive identification
VAGRANTS ARE SHY OF
COIN OF THE REALM
Only SO cents could be fpund in a
search of the pockets of forty va
grants arrested yesterday in the street
cleanup A majority of the vagrants
were young men between 20 and a
years of age comparatively welL
dressed and who had come to Salt
Lake from outside points after either
giving up or losing work
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I FORECLOSURE SUIT
Administratrix Welts Estate Seeks
to Collect on Promissory Notes
Mary J Wolcott administratrix of the
estate of Jennie Welts who died on De
cember 22 l filed suit in th district
court yesterday against Mabel C Larcker
in the district court yesterday fo 5000 on
a promissory note dated July 27 1907 an
due in two years The note was covered
by a mortgage on a part of lot 8 block 2C
plat A which Mrs Wolcott asks t be
sold to pay the note

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