IB fiCGOllSflNG 1 IDE 1 YEARS1 ATTOUNHVS CffltXtl A1TKU TIIH WIM.IAMH HCXCII. Kfrrt llclng Made to Have Henry I'unutcy Appointed AdinlnUtititur f Ihe Uiii Id Wllllnini Itft4i(c nt I'lliv nnd lliintliiKtini W. r, WU-llaini WU-llaini Hikes Fop fjitindn. Anron Myers, assistant city nt torney nl Zlon. was nMendlng court at Castle Dalo Uils week Ills mission mis-sion there was to get another ml mlnlstrater appointed, If possible for what Is known ns the Williams ftate property at I'rlee and at Huntington V. F. Williams has ben the administrator for the es tnte of David Williams and his heirs, while Uavld J. Williams has otel as 4ho agent of W F Wll Hams, the administrator, In tho handling of all revenues from the properties Tho other heirs Inter ested want ns administrator Henry I'nrmley, .mlno foroman nt lllack Hawk, and formerly of Winter Quarters. Tho estate or David Williams, deceased, de-ceased, at I'rlco consists of nbout seven-teen acres of land to tho south of tho Denver nnd ltlo Ornnde In thrro separate pieces. It Is north of tho I'owell property and runs nst along tho railroad track to the city power house. The old Clark Hotel stood on n portion of tho estate es-tate as does the Improvomnots of Hhlnor's livery stable, garage and luirns. During tho past flvo wim tho properties hnvo brought In n rental Incomo around twcnty-flw hundred dollars. It Is alleged by those who are' asking for a change of ndmlnlstrn- tors at Uils time Hint none of thlsi twenty-five hundred dollars In rentals ren-tals has been Accounted for by V. I F Williams, ns administrator, and' that besides he hat collected nnd appropriated to his own use flvo hundred dollars Insurance money received re-ceived after the recent loss by flral of tho old Clnrk Hotel property. W. F. Wlllams, when Inst heard from. was In llrltUh Columbia. , It la Intimated by tho attorneys representing 4 ho I'nrmley Intorests thnt V. F. Williams reoently gol over the boundary line that ho might not be brought Into court In Carbon nnd Kmery counties to show whnt has become of tho moneys alleged al-leged to bo unaccounted for nnd wnlch belong to tho Dnvld Williams estate At any rate, W. F. Williams Wil-liams Is beyond tho reach of Ihe prooess server. Ho has recently wired lo tenants nt I'rlco of the proporty involved for money, nnd which he will not get. Tho funds which W F Williams received from tho Insurance com-pnny com-pnny nfter tho burning of tho Clnrk Hotel are snld to hnvo gono to I). J Wllllama. The latter was being threatened with criminal action by ono of tho stockholders of tho Union lonn and Havings company. Tho 'five hundred dollars stopped for tho tlmo being tho wrath of this stockholder stock-holder Other .stockholders nro on his trail, howovtvr, and nro 4o mnko It so Interesting that ho might conclude con-clude to chnngo his residence to Canada nUo. Henry l'nrmloy Is n sou of Dnvld Williams, dceonscd. Ills mother, after the death of Dnvld Williams, mnrjicd u man limned I'nrmley. He formerly resided ut tho upper camps of Carbon county, but Is now work-ling work-ling ns a mlno foroman nt lllack Hawk. Ills rights In tho properly come. 4o I'nrmley from his mother. The Wllllinucs hnvo hnd tho rents from the I'rlco property for many years with no accounting. Since tho abovo was put In typo i I'nrmley has lteon named by Judgo Chrltfotuon ns Administrator for that portion of tho proporty where Klmoro flhlner lives nnd does busi-fnoss. busi-fnoss. tho old Clark Hotl site. Judge Chrlstenson has Intimated I that If W. F. Williams can bo found in tho stato ho will )m cited Into court for un accounting of ftiioncy collected by htm.