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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 1910 5
I
RENEW FIGHT ON
CANAL WIDENING II I I
Animated Discussions Looked
For at Meeting of City I
Council Tonight
SALTAIR FRANCHISE AGAIN
LAWS COMMITTEE WILL SUBMIT
PROPOSED NEW ROUTE
Open fights are expected tonight at
the meeting of the city council in dis
cus of the surplus canal mat
ter and the franchise for the Salt Lake
Los Angeles Railway company No
action is i expected in regard to the
fcjltair franchise matter but the coun
lil nay at last vote for the expendi
ture of 25000 for the widening and
deepening of the surplus canal a a
me ins of relieving the flood situation
vhuh it is believed certain will b
far more dangerous this spring than at
uuj time in the past history of the city
and wllty
FIT three weeks a clique of the ma
jtntj members of the council styled
tl Big Six have made a light
lnst relieving this condition as a
rtiilt of the breach which has sprung
ap between them and Mayor John S
Lrl isfurd Owing to the Hood of pe
tit on = and requests for help from citi
f the west side Mayor Bransford
i liiin one of the leaders in the
r nil to widen and deepen the canal
r i tt it will handle all of the water
L 1 the Jordan river south of Twelfth
S ut1 treet and let the river bed serve
t j r Lrry off the water from the canyon
stream during the spring months
J B Moreton from the First pre
cn t declared last Monday night that
tso rn n had come to him with propo
Ltion better than the proposed con
t t with the Utah Sand Dredging
CtTstriRtion company This concern
sent in a bid of 23 cents per cubic yard
to move the dirt providing the city
would have 60000 cubic yards removed
The 1 mayor immediately entered into
tl s fhn > and thus caused a damper to
bi r < ai ed on the enthusiasm of the majority
1
jority members Councilman Moreton
r id last Monday night as a means of
UtuhoKling action on the matter that
ono contractor had offered to do the
v ork for IS cents per cubic yard and
roth l for 1 cents He will probably
b 1 < id to his statement tonight
Mulvey Still in Fight
Martm Mulvey after first threaten
i 10 the council that he would enjoin
tf nty if I attempted to spend the
s tJ unless they agreed to his term
5 ftil standing in the way of work on
t c i anal Mulvey is now practically
th Kuder I of the majority in this flgjit t
Hi is nt one of the Big Six but he
1 is forced this clique to come to terms
in Cds matter and is standing with
ti 1 in demanding of Mayor Brans
rJ that Frank Kimball b retained
t fi head of the license department
uild such a branch of the city gov
i lull b created The other three
Amc can party men out of the Big
MX < ll Mark Real Walter C I
L > and Chairman W Mont Ferry
TJ surplus canal matter will come
gain tonight after having been
1 1 ocr for three weeks There are
1 1 evolutions in regard to the work
n drawn by City Attorney H J
DiaLuuv awl the other by Councilman
T FentetSta The Dlninny resolu
> i > is laid over after a heated de
i > t Monday night and the Fern
t a i solution hih passed will
1 > for reconsideration this even
i cm the motion of Mulvey Sev
1 uftings l of majority members
1 tkfl 1 held during the past week
> i ai fftort to arrive at some compro
Mulvey wants the city to buy a
ldg i machine with part of the
r and says he will fight the prop
I 1 until this nian is carried out
t r uuncil The plan of Mulvey is
t i the dredging machine for the
i a and widening of the surplus
1 Md for the dredging of the Jor
i rvr to guard against flood dan
L ii the future
New Route Proposed
i iiiimiiiiul laws committee last
Ti u lay night passed a resolution for
iiiiriRo in the routing of the Saltair
t under the proposed franchise The
r n i is to allow tit company to place
tuiiil track in South Temple street
Llr the western city limits to Fifth
i t street thtn north to North Tem
r at to Main tret south to First
U i vol t Fnt West north to
North Temple and back over the South
Temple street route on the west side
Neither the Sultair company nor the
residents of the west side especially
on South Temple street favor this plan
and Councilman L E Hall who signed
the report says his name la there
merely to get the matter before the
council when it will probably be re
turned to the committee
Under the proposed routing the Salt
air company would have to use the
Utah Light Railway companys
tracks for all but about three blocks
of the course from Fifth West and
North Temple streets east to Main
street and back again The Saltair
company officials claim that the rates
to b charged them by the Utah Light
company are prohibitive and that the
city must allow them to run on their
own tracks most of the distance Res
idents along South Temple street on
the west side have made many pro
tests against placing a third track on
their street and many times large del
egations have appeared to enter vigor
ous protests Another delegation will
likely be present tonight to voice its
sentiment of the council will allow
discussion Among the most In
sistent protestants is i Eli A Folland a
former member of the council
One of the new proposals made to
the committee is to force the Oregon
Short Line company to either build an
other viaduct at First South or Second
South streets or to double the width
of the present viaduct at North Tem
ple street I is charged that the Short
Line officials cut down the size of this
viaduct just half of the original inten
tion
Contracts Before Board
Another murmur of the Strange
Maguire episode is expected tonight in
a possible request from the city for
ground in City Creek canyon a little
distance from the asphalt mixing plant
of P J Moran Last Monday night
the council turned down the request of
the new contractors for room in the
canyon for a mixing plant to compete
with Moran on the ground that no
contractors should b allowed in the
canyon and then refused to vote to
oust Moran
Contracts aggregating the expen
diture of approximately 170000 will
come before the council tonight from
the board of public works for the ap
proval of the city Most of the work
is for sewer extensions
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S u m m 0 fl S
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third judicial district of the state of
Utah county of Salt Lake Mary A
Mack plaintiff versus Joseph Mack
defendant Summons
The state of Utah to the said de
fendant You are hereby summoned
to appear within twenty days after
the service of this summons upon you I
if served within the county In which
this action is brought otherwise with
in thirty days after service and
defend the above entitled action and
in case of your failure so to do judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint which has been filed with the
clerk of this court This action Is
brought to obtain a decree of this
a
court dissolving the bonds of matri
mony existing between the plaintiff
and the defendant
W R WHITE Plaintiffs Attorney
P O address 312 D F Walker Bldg
West Second South street Salt Lake
City Utah
Notice
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH JAN 11TH
1910
To John E Baker and C B Baker or his
heirs
You are hereby notified that I have ex
pended 40000 In labor and Improvements
upon the following described lodes The
Baker Claim Equal Rights Silver Link
and Bower Bird known as the Baker
group as will appear by proof of labor
filed January 10th 1910 in the office of
fed recorder of Big Cottonwood mining
district Salt Lake county Utah In order
to hold said premises under tho pro
visions of section 2324 revised statutes of
the United States being the amount re
quired to hold the same for tho year iw
and if within ninety days from date of
this notice by publication J fall or re
fuse to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure as coowners your Interest
In said claims will become the property of
the subscriber under said section 2324
C W BAKER
S U m m 0 n S
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the State of
Utah County of Salt Lake Joseph
L Lundeen plaintiff vs Sarah Olive
Drown and tho unknown heirs of Da
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
Buzzo Lindsay Hutchison and Andrew
Severson defendants Summons
The State of Utah to the Said De
fendant
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you If 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
your failure so to do judgment will
be rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint which has
been filed 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 i N
and 2 rods W of the S E cor of Sec
25 Tp 2 S R 1 W S L M thence S
871 deg W 491 ft thence N 63 ft
thence E 491 ft thence S 61 ft to be
ginning
WEBER OLSON
Plaintiffs Attorney
P O Address 1121 Boston Bldg Salt
Lake City Utah
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP j I
NOTICES
Consult county clerk or the respective
shjners for further Information
I THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake
county state of Utah
In the matter of the estate of George
Coulani deceased Notice
The petition of Elizabeth H Coulam
administratrix of the estate of George
Coulam deceased praying for an or
der of sale of real property of said
decedent and that all persons inter
ested appear before the said court to
show cause why an order should not
be granted to sell so much as hal be i
necessary of the following described
real estate of said deceased towit I
One certain piece or parcel of land
c
commencing S5i feet east from tho I
southwest corner of lot 1 block 54 1
plat B Salt Lake City survey run
ning thence east 49i feel thence north i
165 feet thence west 49 feet thence
south 165 feet to the place of begin I
ning with small residence thereon has
been set for hearing on Friday the
llth day of February A 1 1910 at 2
oclock p m at the county court
house In the court room of said court
Utah in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county
UtahWitness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 26th day
of January A D 1910 I
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Alexander McMaster attorney for pe
titioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE
division in and for Salt Lake county
Utah
In the matter of the estate and guar
dianship of Fred Hopkinson Harry Hop
kinson Harold Hopkinson and Ivy Hop
kinson minors Notice
otce
The petition for approval and settlement
of the final account of tho guardian of
the persons and the estates of Fred Hop
kinson Harry Hopkinson Harold HopUin
son and Ivy Hopkinson minors has been
set for hearing on Friday the ISth day
of February A D 1910 at 2 oclock p m
at the county court house in tho court
room of said court in Salt Lako City
Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 31st day of
January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
Senl
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Math Thomas Attorney for Petitioners
IN THE DISTRICT CO RT UK SALT
Lake county state of Utah In the mat
ter of the estate of Marcus P Mason de
ceased Notice
The petition of A X Humphries for
order directing executors specifically to
perform contract of deceased and to ex
ecute a deed of conveyance conveying to
him upon payment of the balance of the
purchase price therefor the following de
scribed reai estate all situate in Idle
wild addition to Salt Lake City Utah
and known and described as follows to
wit
witAll of block 1 lots 1 to 14 both Inclu
sive lots 22 to 31 both Inclusive lots Sa
to 4 both inclusive and lots 45 and 46
block 2 lots 3 to 6 both inclusive lots 12
to 1 both Inclusive lots 2 and 21 and
lots 32 to 4S both inclusive block 3 lots
3
4 to 8 both inclusive lots 26 to 3 both in
clusive lots 41 to 46 both Inclusive lots
49 to 5 both inclusive block 4 lots 1 to
16 both inclusive lots 2 to 22 both Inclu
sive block 5 lots 1 to 23 both Inclusive
lots 3 to 40 both Inclusive block 6 lots
1 to 5 both inclusive lots 10 to 2 both
Inclusive block 7 all of block 8 lots I to
16 both inclusive 19 to 42 both inclusive
block 9 lots I to 3 both Inclusive lots
4 to 52 both inclusive block 10 lots 1 to
14 both inclusive lots 17 to 49 both Inclu
sive and lot 0 block 1 together with
all that portion of the following described
property in Salt Lake county state of I I
Utah towit
Commencing at stone monument marked
I 5 which is 1968 feet south and 4719
feet east of the northwest corner of the
northeast U of section 21 township 1
south range 1 east of Salt Lake meridian
and running thence east 11161 feet to
stake IL thence south 1947 feet to stake
marked B thence west 8621 feet to
stake thence north 330 feet to a stake
thence west 2655 feet to a stake thence
north 1617 feet to a stone the point of
beginning and containing exclusive of
county road 4574 acres that has not been
conveyed by said deceased in his lifetime
in pursuance of said contract which said
petition has been filed In this court and
has been set for hearing on Friday the
ISth day of February A D 1910 at 2
oclock p in In the county court house
In the court room of said court in Salt
Lake county state of Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 5th day of
February A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Booth Lee Badger Rich Lewlnsohn
attorneys for estate
Delinquent Notice
MAXFIELD MINING CO PRINCI
pal place of business Salt Lake City
Utah
Notice Thereare delinquent on the
following described stock on account
of assessment levied on the 30th day
of December 1909 the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respect
ive shareholders as follows
No No Amt
Cert Name shares due
364lrs E n Batchelder 364 500
10Lyman Batchelder 200 100
11 Lyman Batchelder 200 100
581 Lyman Batchelder 1600 SOO
599Lyman Batchelder 600 250
583 Nancy Batchelder 1000 500
633 Nancy Batchelder 100 00
Pt 5S6 Gertrude M
Batchelder 250 125
56J T D Garfield 3000 1500
pt 752 George L Nye 10 05
289A Ellen Stanton 350 175
S James P Turner 200 100
100
0James P Turner 300 150 I
602 James P Turner 600 250
And in accordance with law and the I
order of the board of directors made
I
on the 30th day of December 1909
so many of the shares of each parcel
of said stock as may be nef ssary will
be sold at the office of B F Bauer
42 West Second South street Salt Lake
City Utah on Saturday the 19th day
of February 1910 at 4 oclock p m
to pay the delinquent assessments
thereon together with the costs of
advertising and expenses of sale
ARTHUR L THOMAS JR
Secretaiy Maxfield Mining Co
Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
at a meeting of the board of directors
of the Seven Brothers Pioche Mining
company held at Salt Lake City Utah I
on Friday the 12th day of November
1909 an assessment of two dollars per
thousand shares was levied on the cap
ital stock of said corporation issued
and outstanding payable In two In
stallments namely Onehalf of said
assessment payable on or before the
20th day of December 1909 and the
remaining portion of said assessment
payable on or before the 15th day of
January 1910 to A S Fowler secre
tary of said corporation 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 15th 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 Saturday 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 expense of sale
A S FOWLER
Secretary of the said Seven Brothers
Pioche Mining company
At a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Seven Brothers Plocho lIn
ing company held at Salt Lake
City Utah January 15 1910 the
last date a payment of the forego
ing assessment was extended to and
Including the 15th day of February
1910 and any stock upon which the said
assessment may remain unpaid on said
15th day of February 190 will be
come delinquent and advertised for
sale and unless payment Is made be
fore will be sold on Tuesday the 15th
day of March 1910 at 3 oclock p m
of said day to pay the assessment
costs of advertising and expenses of
sale A S FOWLER
Secretary Seven Brothers Pioche Min
ing company
Read Herald Republican Wants
PRCBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
NOTICES
Consult county clerk or respective alga
ers for further ° 2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate dlvlslv DISTRC for Salt Lake I
county state of Utah I
In the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Frederick Burdette I
minor Notice
minorNotce
The petition of Gabriella Marcnant
the guardian of the person and the es
tate of Frederick Burdette minor
praying for an order of sale of real
property of said minor and that all
persons interested appear before the
said court to show cause why an order
should not be granted to sell so much I
as shall be necessary of the following
described real estate of said minor to
wit An undivided onehalf interest
of in and to lots 11 and 12 of block
2 Liberty Park addition situated In
Salt Lake City Salt Lake county state
of Utah has been set for hearing on
Friday the llth day of February A
D 1010 at 2 oclock p m at the coun
ty court house in the court room ol
said court In Salt Lake City Salt Lake
county Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 26th day
affxed
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
WITCUCIk
Seal ZAE Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun
ty state of Utah In the matter of the
estate and guardianship of Emily Par
sons and Isabell B Parsons minors
Notice
The petition of lone F Parsons pray
ing for the issuance to herself of letters
ofr guardianship on the persons and e
tates of Emily Parsons and Isabel B
Parsons minors has been set for hearing
on Friday the ISth day of February A
D 1910 at 2 oclock p m at the county
court house In the court room of said
court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake coun
ty Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 5th day of
February A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER I
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Stewart Stewart attorneys for petitioner
titioner
IX THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun
ty state of Utah In tho matter of the
estate of Elizabeth L Webb deceased
Notice
The petition of Harriet J Miller and
Etta W Rowe administratrixes of the
estate of Elisabeth L W bb deceased
for confirmation of the sale of the follow
ing described real estate of said decedent
towit Lots 8 9 10 and 1 in block 2 of
the Ogdpn subdivision the same being a
subdivision of the north half of lot 8 In
block 18 fiveacre plat A Big Field sur
vey In the county of Salt Lake and state
of Utah for the sum of SlfOO and upon
the following terms towit 1SO cash
balance upon confirmation as appears
from the return of sale filed in this court
has been set for hearing on Friday the
ISth day of February A D 1910 at 2
oclock p in at the county court house
in the court room of said court In Salt
Lake City Salt Lake county Utah
Witness the clerk of ski court with
the seal thereof affixed this 5th day of
Febniarv A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
N V Jones attorney for petitioners
I Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting of the board of directors
of the Gordon Mining and Milling
company held at Salt Lake City Utah
on Friday the 12th day of November
1909 an assessment of two dollars per
thousand shares was levied on the cap
ital stock of said corporation Issued
and outstanding payable in two in
stallments namely Onehalf of said
assessment payable on or before the
20th day of December 1909 and the
remaining portion of said assessment
payable on or before the 15th day of
January 1910 to A S Fowler secre
tary of said corporation at his office
No 218 South Main street Salt Lake
City Utah Any slack upon which
Ciy
said assessment or any portion thereof
shall remain unpaid on the 15th day
of January 1910 will become delin
quent and unless payment Is made be
fore will be advertised for sale and
so many share of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will be sold
on Saturday the 4th day of February
1910 at 3 oclock p in of said day at
the office of the secretary No 213
28
South Main street Salt Lake City
to the said assessment
Utah pay costs
of advertising and expense of sale
A S FOWLER
Secretary of the said Gordon Mining
and Milling company I
At a meeting of the board of direc I
tors of the Gordon Mining and Mill
ing company a corporation held at
Salt Lake City Utah January 15 1910
Sal last date a payment of the forego
Ing assessment was extended to and
Including the 15th day of February
1910 and any stock upon which said
assessment may remain unpaid on said I
15th day of February 1910 will be
come delinquent and advertised for
sale and unless payment is made be
fore will be sold on Tuesday the 15th
1910 at 3
day of March oclock p m
of said day at the office of the sec
retary 218 South Main street Salt Lake
City Utah to pay the assessment costs
of advertising and expense of sale
A S FOWLER I
Secretary Gordon Mining and Milling I
company I
I
Delinquent Notice i
SILVER KING CONSOLIDATED
Mining company of Utah Principal I
place of business Salt Lake City Utah I
There are delinquent on the following i
described stock on account of assess
ment levied on the 14th day of Decein I
her 1909 the several amounts set op
posite the names of the respective I
posie respectve
shareholders as follows I
Name No of No of
Cert shares Amt
J T Hodson 715 100 1000
Mel Schweitzer 562 1000 10000
And in accordance with law and the
order of the board of directors made
on the 17th day of January 1910 so
many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will be sold
at the office of the company room 402
Atlas block Salt Lake City Utah on
the 16th day of February 1910 at the
hour of 3 oclock p in to pay the de
linquent assessment thereon together
with the cost of advertising and ex
Dense of sale
G W BROWNING Secretary
402 Atlas block Salt Lake City Utah I
Notice
Delinquent
Delnquent i
THE BECKSTEAD COPPER AND
TIE Mining Co principal place of busi
ness South Jordan Utah
There are delinquent on the following
described stock on account of assessment
levied on October 2 1909 the several
amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders as follows
No No Amt
Cert shares due
15 Daniel Densley Jr 600 J sOO
45 J W Burklnshaw 1320 6 60
50 Samuel S Downs 3000 1500
And In accordance with law and 160
order of the board of directors made on
the I3d day of October 1D09 so many
shares of each parcel of said stock as
may be necessary will b sold at the
residence of G S Beckatead South Jor
dan Utah on the 1st day of March 1910
at 10 a m to pay the delinquent assess
ment thereon together with the cost of
advertising and expense of sale
advertsing
G O BECKSTEAD
Secretary and Treasurer
Assessment No 40
WABASH MINING COMPANY PRIN
cipal place of business Salt Lake City
Utah
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
Ing of the board of directors held on the
18th day ot January 1910 an assessment
of 5 five cents per share was levied
on the capital stock of the corporation
payable on or before the 21st day of Feb
payabl
mary 1910 to W Mont Ferry secretary
at room 520 Atlas block West Second
South street Salt Lake City Utah Any
which this assessment
stock upon may re
main unpaid on the 21st day of February
1910 will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction and unless payment
Is made before will be sold on the 15th
day of March 1910 to pay the delinquent
assessment together with all costs of ad
vertising and expanse of sale
W MONT FERRY
Secretary
Location of offices Nos 5202122 Atlas
Block Salt Lake City Utah
I
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP f
NOTICES
Consult county clerk or the respectlv
JglfR fn further Information
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county Utah
In the matter of the estate of
Martha H mater deceased Notice
The petition of Enoch Van Cott ad
ministrator of the estate of art R
Bailey deceased praying for the set
tlement of final account of said admin
istrator and for the distribution of the
residue of said estate to the persons
entitled and sall fol release of administra
tor and his bondsmen has been set
fa hearing on Friday the llth day
of February A D 1910 at 2 oclock
P in at the county court house In the I
court room of said court In Salt Lk
City Salt Lake county Utah I
Witness the clerk of said court with I
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day I
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk I I
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Van Cott Allison Riter and B n1
Howell attorneys for petitioner I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county Utah
In the matter of the estate of
Theodore A Bailey deceased Notice
The petition of Enoch Van Cott ad I
ministrator of the estate of Theodore I
A Bailey deceased praying for the I
settlement of final account of said ad I
ministrator and for the distribution of
the residue of said estate to the per
sons entitled and for discharge of ad I
ministrator amid his bondsmen has ben
set fa hearing on Friday the llth
day of February A D 1910 at 2
clock p rn at the county court
house in the court room of said court
In Salt Lake City Salt Lake count
Utah
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
My L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Van Cott Allison Riter and B R
Howell attorneys for petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county Utah
In the mater of the estate of
Frances E Bailey deceased Notice
The petition of Enoch Van Cott ad
ministrator of the estate of Frances
K Bailey deceased praying for the
settlement of final account of said ad
ministrator and for the distribution of
the residue of said estate to the per
sons entitle and for discharge of ad
ministrator and his bondsmen has been
set for hearing on Friday the llth
day of February A i 1910 at 2
oclock p m at the county court
house in the court room of said court
Utah in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county
UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Van Cott Allison Rlter and B R
Howell attorneys for petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake
county Utah
In the matter of the estate of
Ruth E Edglnton deceased Notice
The petition of W J Halloran ad
ministrator of the estate of Ruth E
Edginton deceased praying for the
settlement of final account of said ad
ministrator and for the distribution of
the residue of said estate to the per
sons entitled has been set fO hearing
on Friday the llth day of February
A D 1910 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
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Thompson Gibson attorneys for
petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county state of Utah
In the mater of the estate of
Hannah Harrington Garn deceased
Notice
The petition of Samuel Garn pray
ing for the issuance to himself of let
ters of administration in the estate of
Hannah Harrington Garn deceased has
been set for hearing on Friday the
llth day of February A D 1910 at 2
oclock p HI at the county court
house in the court room of said court
Utah in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county
Uah
UtahWitness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCIiER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Van Cott Allison Rlter and B R
Howell attorneys for petitioner
IN TH DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county state of Utah Department
No1
In the matter of the estate of Mar
garet L Jones deceased Notice
The petition of James Warden pray
ing for the admission to probate of a
certain document purporting to b
the last will and testament of Marga
ret L Jones deceased and for the
granting of letters of administration
with will annexed to James Warden
has been set for hearing on Friday
the llth day of February A D 1910
at 2 oclock p m at the county court
house in the court room of said court
in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county
UtahWitness the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 24th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Dey Iloppaugh attorneys for pe
titioner
ttoner
IN TIE DISTRICT COURT PRO
county bate division Utah in ana for Salt Lake
In the mater of the estate of
John Q Packard deceased Notice
The petition of Edward W Packard
Atkins C Bingham Edward W Pack
ard and Mary Louise Shear executors
estate of John Q Packard
of the de
ceased praying for the partial distri
bution of the residue of said estate to
the persons entitled to pay legacies
and to declare void bond on partial
distribution has been set for hearing
v Friday the llth day of February
A D 1910 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
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Van Cott Allison Riter and B n
Howell attorneys for petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division in and for Salt Lake
county state of Utah
In the mater of the estate and
guardianship of Stanley E Tuekfield
minor Notice
The petition of Joseph C Tuckfield
praying for the issuance to Elizabeth
M Tuckfield of letters of guardian
ship on the person and estate of Stan
ley E Tuckfield minor has been set
for hearing on Friday the llth day
of February A D 1310 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 Sl
Witness the clerk of said court with
Ytness wih
the seal thereof affixed this 29th day
of January A D 1910
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Van Cott Allison Riter and B R
Howell attorneys for petitioner
Eagle Bird Mining Milling Co
NOTICE OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
annual meeting The annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Eagle Bird
Mining Milling company a corpo
ration will be held on Monday the
14th day of March 1910 at 10 oclock
a m at Its general place of business
No 38 West Third South Salt Lake
City for the election of officers and
transaction of such other business1 as
may probably come before the meeting
J E MEYER
Secretary Eagle BirdMining and Mill
ing Company
February 5 191
Delinquent Notice
NEVADA SUPERIOR MINES COM
pany Principal offices 107 Continen
tal National bank building Salt Lake
City Utah and 518 Seventh street
Rorkford 111 Location of mines Hun
boldt county state of Nevada
Notice There are delinquent upon
the following ieearibed stock on ac
count of assessment No 4 of five cent
6c per share levied on the 21st dH
of December 1909 the several amount i
set opposite the names of the respect
ive shareholders as follows
Cert No
No Name shares Amf
425 Ford W Correll 2000 OIUI >
450 Ford W Correll 8000 250 1
478 Ford W Correll 1000 Sio
205 Mayme R Correll 1000 1i k LI 1
203 llayme R Correll 1000 fO
204Mayme R Correll 1000 5
206 Mayme R Correll 1000 fI >
210 Mayme R Correll 600 2
218 Mayme R Correll 500 2
41 Mayme R Correll 650 27
4S9 Mayme R Correll 1000 f > H
490 Mavme R Correll 1000 t > > >
491 Mavme R Correll 1000 0 <
IF H Kimball10000 5i tlj i
494F H Kimball 6000 231
476F H Kimball 188 4
29O J Wigell 900 4
2750 J Wlgell lOl < i
4590 J Wlgell 160 s t
4980 J WlRell 1000 50 i
UE D Woodruff 1000 r0 <
350B D Woodruff 1000 fo <
351E IX WooVuff 1000 rU ii i
352K D Woodruff 1000 > > i
353E 1 Woodruff 1000 M I i it
354E D Woodruff 1000 rm i
955E IX Woodruff 1000 HI
55E Tooruff
356K D Woodruff 1000 l
357E D Woodruff 1000 r0r I >
339E D Woodruff 500 2 r flu
483F W Correll A Co 600
4S4F W Correll A Co 500 1 i
4S5F W Correll t Co 500
4S6F w Correll A Co 500
4R7p w Correll t Co 1000
488F W Oorrell A Co 1000 1
479p W Correll Co 1200 11 I
480F W Correll Co 1200 r
54C D Mulford o SOl
278C D Mulford 50 2 <
42C IX Mulford 1000 I
468C D Mulford 357 17
73Jame P Walsh 1000 7
254 James P Walsh 100 mi
272James P Walsh 1563 7S
273 James P Walsh 2500 1 m >
442 James P Walsh 413 1 i
464 James Y Walsh MOO r i mi
445James P Walsh 6000 ID m
46rt James P Walsh 500 r
429Mrs Walter Kirton 500 i >
172 Caroline K Jones Soil 1
173 Thaddlus C Jones SOP rs >
239 Thaddlus C Jones 100 r r > >
44fiThaddlus C Jones 88 441
237 Fred Skeyhan 1000 10 > i >
440 Fred Skevhan 80 4 < >
277R B Andrew 500 21 1
397 H B Andrew 1000 to I i
402a B Andrew 40 t c r
64D F Til I Inch 100 5 i >
371 Frank R Wltman 100 TO
372Frank S Witman 1000 ri v
373 Frank S Wltman 500 I
37B Fred Reed 600
399Fred Reed 600 2
375Frank P Reed 500 r M ii
398 Prank P Reed 500 C I 7
430 Frank P Reed lOB r0r
395 Renj F ITarnish 200 Ji >
S96jonn W Dlfford 100 n >
175 Frank M Smith 1000 TO n I >
255Frank M Smith 100 5 < >
And In accordance with law and aL
order of the board of directors rti o
on the 21st day of December I1
so many shares of each parcel of stu
as may be necessary will be sold a < J
I public auction at the office of the vi
I I pany 107 Continental National Bti
I building Salt Lake City rta1
I Wednesday the 16th day of Febnni
1910 at 2 oclock p m to pay thc >
llnquent assessment thereon toect I r
with of sale cost of advertising and expcn f
saleJOHN
JOHN W GEIGER Secretrrv
Notice of Sale of Real Property
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL IU
trict court Salt Lake county state 0
Utah In the matter of the estate i > <
Richard Griffiths deceased Not ice
hereby given that the underMrne i
pursuant to an order of the ti > n
sawed court in the matter of ia
estate made and entered on > fCI <
ber 17 1909 will sell at private i
the following described real estate in 1
longing to said estate and situatea ti
Salt Lake City Salt Lake county ita
of Utah towit
Commencing 5 rods west of tl
I southeast corner of lot 3 block 73 r
C Salt Lake City survey runnn
thence east 40 feet thence noin >
feet thence west 7 feet thence norf
981 feet thence west 33 feet tin r
south I rods to the place of Ir l i >
ning
Said sale will take place at n < r > n
flee of G If Backman basement N
Main street Salt Lake City l u
Thursday the 10th day or Febru r
1910 at 10 oclock a m Terms of < < i l
cash and subject to confirmation h i
I said court G I BACKMAN
I Administrator of the estate of Rulidi j
Griffiths deceased
I
SOCIETIES
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A A S RTE NOTICE
Utah Consistory No 1 A A F Rife rt
Free Masonry will hold a special 111P t
Ing this Friday evening at 13U I > 1 ift
install the officers for the ensuing
Members requested to attend SJIJ j 4
brethren invited
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Rf istra
MOUNT MORIAH LODGE No 2 F an
A M Regular meetings held at Masonic
temple corner 1st South and 2d East the
second Monday of each month Members
of sister loges and brethren In good
standing are cordially invited to attend
P A SIMPKIN W M
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Secretary
ARGENTA LODGE No J F and A If
I Regular meeting held at Masonic ten
pIe corner Sod East and First South
I the first Tuesday of each month Mem
bers of sister loges and sojourning bretn
ren cordially Invited to attend
1 H CRAGER W M
M C PHILLIPS Secretary
UTAH COMMA DERY No I KnIgh
Templars Stated conclaves held at Ma
sonic temple cor 2 East and lit Boutn
the first Thursday of each month go
toumlng Sir Knights cordially Invited t1
jmlng JOHN T BRECKON E C
atend LEATHERWOOD Recorder
UTAH CHAPTER No 1 P A M
Stated convocations held at Maponii ten
pIe corner Second East and First South
the last Wednesday of each month Sei
I IntirnmE companions cordially Invited to
I attend F H KUTNEWSKY H P
atend PHILLIPS Secretary
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE No 1
meets every second and fourth Saturday
evening of each month In Odd Fellows
temple Market street
I BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA
I YEOMEN Homestead No 113 meet
I every Thursday evening at 8 oclo k 11 i
Federation of Labor hall corner 4th S < uf i
and State streets David Bernheisrj
foreman J Everett Serty cor 722 Souta
Bell phone 5W6K
M East Bl P
ARGENTA LODGE No J F A
M will hold Me regular monthly irri f
lag this Tuesday evening February 1
M C Phillip secretary
MACCABEES Utonlan tent No 1 meets
every Wednesday evening at I O O t
ball Market 8t Sojourning Sir Knights
orrtlnUy Invited
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
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FOR SALE1rm brick hoisa
on the west side electric lights
two car lines cement walks
price Is S2009 The terms are JoO
cash and f20 per month then
after Put up VSO end lt the
renter My UW for you He
wILL
TUB HOME INVESTMENT
41 SAVINGS COMPANY
M West Pint Smith St
I
FOR SALBr
CHICAGO REAL ESTATE INV CO
Real Estate Loans and Insurance
We Buy Sell o < Exchange Real Estate
72 So W Touiple St Salt Lake City
Ecu Phone 4Q
A CONCEPTION OF COO
Speaker at Young Womans Christian
Association Says Spirit of Har
mony Is Necessary
The Inspiration of the Proper Con
ception of God formed the topic of an
interesting talk by J II Dimmick at
the regular Sunday afternoon meeting
of the Young Womans Christian asso
ciation at the rooms in the Brooks
Arcade yesterday Mr Dimmick
spoke of the necessity of harmony of
spirit with God in order to come thor
oughly in touch with Him and he illus
trated this with frequent quotations
from the books of Isaiah and Revela
tions No relision can rise above the
ideals of its founder Mr Dimmick
said and this is the reason that Chris
tianity is stronger and more satisfying
than other religions Its fundamental
inspiration places it above all others
and erinits a higher conception of God
than any other
Miss Gail Mills sang There is a Land
Mine Eyes Have Seen and Abide
With Me
Following the meeting light refresh
ments were served
FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY
Body of W C Burrows at Rest in
City Cemetery
Funeral services for the late W C
Burrows were conducted yesterday aft
ernoon at 2 oclock in the mortuary
chapel of S D Evans on State street
W A Khnball of the Farmers ward
bishopric presiding Opening prayer
was offered by AV C Winder and the
speakers were Patriarchs Harrison
Sperry and John Smith both personal
friends of the late Mr Burrows who
paid high tribute to his sterling char
acter and integrity Apostle John
Henry Smith also delivered a feeling
address
The music was furnished by members
of the Farmers ward choir Benedic
tion was pronounced by John Gabbott
and interment was in the City ceme
tery The grave was dedicated by Pa
triarch John Smith
S r
GIVE A SONG SERVICE
Pupils of Prof Charles Kent Give
Fine Entertainment
The song1 service rendered at the
Third ward meeting house last evening
by Professor Charles Kent and a num
ber of his pupils assisted by C L
Schuster violinist was by far the best
given this season Time male chorus
sang three numbers and were compli
mented highly on the beautiful rendi
tion of the songs Professor Kent will
place them before the public in concert
numbers very soon and a pleasant sur
prise is in store for all who have not
heard them The following artists took
part Charles Kent Don Priestly Dot
McMillan Harry A James Lillian
Brannlng Fred Weight Edna Morris
Carl Veenig Mertlfe Brown Gilbert
Savage T H Woodyat Maud Kenner
C H Schuster the male chorus and T
Burton
S P
TO GIVE BANQUET TO TWO
Rev Short and Dr Talbott Will Be
Dined February 22
Arrangements are under way for a
complimentary banquet to Rev F B
Short pastor of the First Methodist
church and Mrs Short and to H J
Talbott superintendent of the Utah
mission and Mrs Talbott in the
church parlors the evening of February
22 It is expected that there will be a
largo attendance of church members
and others who are in sympathy with
the work that is being done here
TOURISTS ATTEND
SUNDAYSERVICES
Organ Recital and Talk on
Mormonism Given at the
Tabernacle
ELDER THOMAS SPEAKS
TELLS VISITORS OF BELIEFS AND
TEACHINGS OF FAITH
Yesterday was tourist Sunday at the
tabernacle and special services for the
benefit of the visitors were conducted
The principal features were an organ
recital by J J McClellan the taber
nacle organist and an address on Mor
monism by Elder Matlionihah Thomas
The big auditorium was was well filled
with tourists and local visitors and
the services were thoroughly enjoyed
The organ selections were unusually
fine and after the services Mr McClel
lan came in for no small amount of
praise for his clever work at the mam
moth Instrument The selections ren
dered were as follows
Evening Star and Pilgrims Chorus
from Tannhaueer Wagner
a Andantino Lemare
b Old Melody Arranged by performer
The famous Largo Handel
Eider Thomas gave an Interesting
talk on Mormonism telling of the be
liefs of the followers and how it com
pares and differs with other beliefs
He said in part
Came to Save Man
We claim to have the same church
as Jesus Christ established when he
was in the flesh We claim to have
the same rights and rogatives that
he gave to his people The heavenly
father sent Christ here to give to man
kind a correct conception of his teach
ings He is the very son of God and
he as a man lived that all mankind
might live to reach his deity in the
end He gave a plan of salvation that
man might not be lost
We believe we have not lived just
in this life only The Mormon church
believes that this is only the immediate
existence of our latterday life We
are assured we have had a prior exist
ence as we are now living here and
that after this existence we shall con
tinue to live In a hereafter This here
after we feel is not a condition but
a place It may be on earth or It may
be an some other earth we know not
Every man comes from God He is the
father of our spirits and we are ac
countable to him He endowed us
With certain rifts and we are here to
work out our own salvation Christ
was obedient to the law of God and
we must also be we must show obe
dience to a wondrous law The laws
of Christ are symbolical and with
meaning and it is not within our pow
er or prerogative to say which are es
sential
We believe in God we believe in his
son Jesus Christ we believe in the
Holy Ghost and we believe In the
many great blessings that may be ob
tained We believe man Is not so per
fect that he may do away with the sug
gestions of God Furthrirmoro we be
in the power of God to reveal himself
to man
God Reveals Himself
God has revealed himself to man
through the mouths of his servants
the prophets and so we say that If
God has visited man In the past he
may yet visit man We believe in the
fact that In the past there were men
peculiarly adapted to receive the reve
lation of Gods mind and will and who
imparted the teachings to man and
we feel that we of this day have a
great claim on his love for humankind
for we are one of his big family
In conclusion Elder Thomas said
that If we live a righteous life we may
reach out into the heavens and receive
God That he concluded Is why
we say wo believe In the revelations of
God who established a church on this
earth and who by means of his
prophets teachers and evangelists
perfects man so that in the end we
may stand exalted with him In the
eternity where he lives

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