1891.3.13 James W. Carrigan officer of new company
not wanted for a portion of H, some cheap Ktore-rooms are belug put In for revenue •until they want to build there according to the original plans. . riRE-PBOOI* BUILDING MATKBIAL. "The Lion Fire-Proof Building Material Company is the name of . an incorporation which filed Its papers yesterday with the County Clerk. This Incorporation names gait Lako City as the chief pluce of business; business; the capitalization is 3100,000 In shares of SI each, and the object Is to own, mine, manufacture, etc., a deposit of kaolin cr fire clay In the Lion mine in tbo hills a short dtetanc 1 ? south of Draper, and close to the Union Pacific Railway. The officers ol! the company are J, M. Goodwin, president; J. W. Carrigan, vice-president; I. J. Starbuck, Starbuck, secretary: E. T. Ayer, treasurer, and these with L. D. Kiuney form the board of. directors, and each of these' have taken 20,000 shares of the stock. A big block of this stock will be put In as treasury stock, and fcho property •will be developed. This kaolin has been experimented experimented with the past year and found to produce good fire-brick, tiling, etc> It Is white and burns pure white, and thus can be given any shade desired In making tiles. TROUBLE WITH TROLLIES.