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11 3 The Baut liASB Tetbunei "Wednesday Mobxestg-, Maiicii ig, 1904. M
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I. MULLER SeGNEO
BY SALT LAKE GLOB
j Announcement wa.H inado yesterday by
' mo manupomnt of the Salt I-ako baae-
;i;tll club that a jww outfielder hail been
Mnod. Max Mullor la the latest addition
1 t tho Killer rank, and although but lit
1 ik- Im Itnown of him alxiiil these parts, It
. said that he Is a jjood man and -will
urove a valuable member o tho Httlo
I band upon whom Ow fans of this city are
i ginning their faith.
, Mullor waft formerly ojio of the out Hold
i pt.xff of the JJflena lam until that Hfrnrc-
g.Ulon -lisbanMl lam Reason. I la ban a
( I gcod record as a fielder and alt'noiifii he
I ! in not a sensational hitter he onn 1k cle
I ))ended on to do his share of tho stlck-
It was atated yesterday tbat M:iller
would probably hold down left gxrdun for
thf- Saints this season, as this la tint po
; ltlon he ha been aocualoined to playing.
Mullor l.s at prosent In San Francisco, and
, will leave for Salt Lake within the next
j i wo weeks.
I ARBITRATION LOOKS
i Spokano fans are hrvlng a taste of bnae-
, ball arbitration jullo similar to that
I banded out to Salt Lakers In the caso of
' . JSrlrtgret" Donahue. Iko Dnrretl has boon
j awarded to tho Montgomery club despite
tho vigorous protust of tho Spokane mag-
' nates and the fact that Durrctt had signed
I j a contract with the Indians and received
( ;i iltO advance money. From present Indlca-
! ilons tho Spokano magnntoB will probably
) lose not only tho player, but the coin ad-
' ji vanced for his services, says a Spokane
, t j paper In tho following lament:
; Just what sort of a gamo was played at
, tho meeting of the national board wherebv
l. Ike Durrctt was awarded to iho Montgonf-
! cry club Is a guess at this distance. Tho
I , unfairness of tho board's action Is amply
n . demonstrated when It is shown that Spo-
I ' I 1 kano was not even notified of the dlsputo,
I 1 " let alone being given an opportunity to
, ' present Ihls side of tho cane.
I ,. It may bo truo that Durrctt did crooked
work In going to tho outlaws and then
i Jumping to Spokano. But It Is also truo
j that Durrctt was Inherited by tho present
Spoknno management, signed a contract
'J for this year and was given $140 advance
money, including a ticket. It Isn't even
, afo at this time to flguro on tho return of
I 1 that bullion.
I AMATEUR LEAGUE
1 ' ; FOR MINING CAMPS
i . 'i
I 'I A "minora" looguo has been proposed by
l' the- baseball fan3 of Tlntlr. The Idea 13 to
i ; have a four-club organisation, including
Man moth, Mercur, Eureka and Bingham.
X ; The promoters In the Tlntlc district think
J that a league of this kind would pay, as
; the peoplo of these four towns aro. cn-
thuslaHtlc over the game. Dick Richards,
formerly of this city. Is promoting the af
i fair, and oven If the proposed league
should not bo organized Rlchnrds says ho
i I will havo a first-class amateur team at
' Mammoth to compoto with tho othar ball
' j teams of tho State.
H H0RSEMA2T HAS HARD
H-v t LUCK WITH HIS STABLE
1 NEW YORK, March 35. Kcntuclcy
1 ' Union, 2;01i. owned by John J. Scannoll
H of this city. Is dead at tho former Fire
H ' 1 ( Commissioner's breeding farm near Flah-
1 . ' ' kill landing. In ISM tho mare as a 3-ycar-
H old gavo promlao of great things and beat
j the best trotters on the Grand circuit.
1 Only a few weeks ngo Mr. Scannell lost his
1 , champion trotter, Tho Abbot, In a similar
; METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.
Local forecast for today (Wednesday) :
Cloudy, with rain or snow,
i Yesterday's record at the local office of
the Weather bureau: Maximum lompcra-
lure, 4S degrees; minimum temperature, 33
, degrees; mean temperature, -13 degrees,
which Is 1 degree above the normal. Ac
( i cumulated excess of temperaturo slnco tho
' i ilrst of the month, 25 degrees. Accumu
i It, latcd excess of temperature since January
l' 1st 47 degrees. Total precipitation from C,
' ' p. m. to C p. m.. .01 inch. Accumulated ex
it cess of precipitation slnco the first of tho
I montl, .75 Inch. Accumulated excess of
precipitation since tho llrst of January,
, l.CS inches.
l . R. J. HYATT. Local Forecaster.
Reports received at Salt Lake City March
1 ' 15. Observations taken at all stations at 8
J a. m., 75th meridian time:
li ! Temperature.
I Other Points Max. Mln.
, Denver Pt. Cldy....5S 30
Grand Junction Cloudy. ...SS 3
Helena Clear.. ..40 2tJ
. I'ocatollo llaln....4C Z
J Modena Clear.. ..5S 32
l l Winnemucca ,Snow....M 0
Ij ! Forecast for OtheT State3.
WASHINGTON, March 15. Forecast:
Colorado Rain und colder Wednesday;
Thurslay fair except rain In southern por
Montana Fair Wednesday and Thurs
day. 1 New Mexico and Arizona Fair In south-
1 orn portion; rain in uorth portion; Thurs-
1 i Wyoming Fair Wednesday, except rain
J ! In southern and cast portion, colder;
i Thursday fair.
Ij Birth Returns.
Reeves, twin boy., to Mr. and Mrs. An-
! t guutus, S91 3rd st., March 13.
' Morris, girl to James D. and Alice, rear
621 W. 4th N March 10.
nu sh. boy to William und Maud, 323 E.
2nd So.. Mnrch 13.
: Williams, boy to J. O. and Catherine, 7C3
So. 2nd W March 14.
Dansle. boy to Charles N. and Nina, 1050
3rd st., March 13.
Brown, boy to Henry T. and Mary J 1070
. So. 5th B.j March 13.
Ii j 2axriftge licenses,
i Oiinnd D. Smarr, Murray 21
; Annie E. BUhop, Murray IS
i Waller "D. Fitzgerald. Draper ID
I . Beatrice M. Blake. RSverton...., 13
George R. B. Carlston. Eureka 25
Kate Stevenson, Sprlngvllle 23
Alfred Seamons, Rockport..'. 23
' Clara Yates, Monn ID
11 ij l Funeral Notice.
Ij I ' Funeral services over the remains of Al-
I I frcd II. Shorten will bo held this morning
II) at 11 o'clock from the family residence, 217
I I I Wost Fifth North. The Interment, which
I i will be In the family plot In the City
j J j cemetery, will be private.
I It's Indelible.
It will stay till he pays. Our record
book 1h not 7et Cull.
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts.
I Top Floor Commercial Block,
! Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
I "Some people don't llko tia."
THREE SPEEDY INDIANS
TO COMPETE AT GOTHAM
ti t . Jt ) .rf -f1:--j:
1 1 72FRirr YouicTtoF rtKhK. 1 ' '
NEW YORK, March 13.- Cto of tho fea
tures of the Greater New York Irish Ath
letic club games at .Madison Scpjaro garden
within a fortnight will bo the A. A. C.
championship at ten mile?.
The race this year promises to bo of more
LONG PRICED HORSES
FIRST AT OAKLAND
SAN FRANCISCO. March 15. Long
r.ricod horses were again to the front at
Oakland today, HaJnuult being tho only
favorlto to win. A six furlong handicap
was tho main attraction and Ihough
Konllworth ruled favorite In tho early
stages of the betting Albula was most In
demand when tho field went to the post.
Sad Sam went to the front but ntopped
when tho stretch was reacrrod. Arabo, who
had moved up on tho nutsldo, tool: the
lead and won easily from Ocean Dream,
while Albula, who was In tho heaviest go
ing, ilnlahod third. Konllworth. mado a
Tho most spectacular finish was In the
last race, where Oils, who made his first
appearanco since an accident two months
ago. landed Oronto first by a neck In front
of Daisy Green, while Venator, tho heavily-played
favorite, was third. Results:
First race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing Captivato won. Maraschino second,
Adirondack third. Time. 1:24.
Second race, four furlongs Del Carina
won, Saccharate- second, .Mlzpah third.
Third race, milo and a furlong, soiling
Mr. Farnum won, Mr. single second, The
Fretlcr third. Time, 1:K)'4.
Fourth race, milo and fifty yards, selling
Ilalnault won, Ilorton second, Anlrad
third. Time. I:i9.
Fifth race, six furlongs, handicap
Arabo won. Ocean Dream second, Albula
third- Time, 1:17.
Sixth race, flvo and a half furlongs
Oronte won, Daisy Green second, Venator
third. Time, 1:11.
SAD DAY FOR TALENT
AT LOS ANGELES TRACK
LOS ANGELES, March 15. It was a
sad day for the talent at Ascot today, not
a single favorlto getting home In front.
Tho books kept most of the money handed
them on the six races. McGrathiana
Prince won tho best race on tho card, a
free handicap, at a mllo and a sixteenth.
Formaster was a red-hot favorlto at 7 to
D. Tho Prince won all tho way. Wcalhor
good, track fast. Results:
First race, flvo furlongs, selling Hin
doo Princess won. Jack Richelieu, Jr.,
second. Can Nell third. Time, 1:03.
Second race, four furlongs, purse Peggy
Mlno won, II Dottorc second, Tim Hurst
third. Timo. :49.
Third race, six furlongs, selling Chief
Aloha won, James J. Corbott second,
Chemist third. Time, 1:1C.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth, hand
icap McGrathiana Prlnco won, Bragg
second, Greenock third. Time. 1:47.
Fifth race, mile and a quarter, selling
Jlnglcr won. MaJ. Dixon second, Admctus
third. Tlmo, 2:10.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Rose
bud won. Eldrcd second, Nona B. third.
WASHINGTON. March 15. The
Statehood problem today was taken up
by the sub-committee of the House
Committee on Territories recently ap
pointed to draft Statehood bills for Ari
zona and New Mexico and Oklahoma
and the Indian Territory.
The bill making a State of the first
two named WB practically completed.
than ordinary Interest, owing to the fact
that the two Indians, "Jerry" and Frank
Pierce, havo entered and will eon pete.
"Tom" Pierce, tho young Indian, It Is
clolmed, 13 the fastect boy of his age In
America. He Is only IG years old.
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES
READY FOR THE TRACK
At a meeting of tho West Side High
School Athletic association held yesterday
afternoon John Kephart was elected cap
tain of the track team and Nela Sorenson
manager for the coming year. Before
electing these new officers the temporary
officers, previously elected, mado some en
couraging reports and were honorably dis
charged. Tho boys havo been doing con
siderable gymnasium and outdoor work, so
that thoy aro already In good condition for
tho coning spring meets.
Tho boys hope to engage in a meet with
all the high schools in tho Stato and have
high hopes of carrying off the champion
ship. Manager Sorensoh will -go to Ogdon
rext Saturday with a special purpose of
arranging an early meet with the Junction
Ivcphart, tho new captain. Is a junior at
tho school and a good all-around athlete.
Last year ho tried out In the high Jump
and showed up strong In tho State meet,
despite tho fact that he was bcaton by his
larger competitors. Ho has developed ma
terially this year and It Is predicted that
ho will win out over all high school aspi
rants in the Stato meet.
Some of tho prominent men that havo
been undergoing steady practice for the
past month aro: Richmond, Thompson,
Woolf, Hanson, Harris. Crltchlow. Fowler.
Sorenson, Kephart, Rivers. Carey. More
ton, HIgglns, Dean, Hennessey and Havener.
Essex Park Results.
HOT SPRINGS. March 15. Essex re
sults: First race, six furlongs Anxlger won,
Feby Blue second, Back Number third.
Second race, mile and a sixteenth
Caithness won, Cruachan second, Satin
Coat third. Time. 1.49.
Third race, two miles O'Reilly won. Ex
central second, Lcaroyd third. Tlmo. 3:33,
Fourth raco, flvo and a half furlongs
Sylvia Talbot won, Yo San second, Flvo
Nations third. Time. 1:05.
Fifth race, six furlongs Marco won,
Stub second. Reducer third. Tlmo, 1,15.
Sixth race, mile Lady Lavish won. La
Tolla second, Cohasset third. Time,
Crescent City Races.
NEW ORLEANS, March lo.-Crescent
First race, six furlongs Tom Olncy won,
Lora J. second, Jim Fenin third. Time,
Second race, six and a half furlongs,
selling Mlladl Love won. Neither One
second, Reckoner .third. Time, 1:21 2-5.
Third raco, six furlongs Gus Heldora
won. Yellow Hammer second, Allc-grotte
third. Time, 1:15 2-5.
Fourth nice, mile and a sixteenth Lev
Dorsey won, Lura Lighter second, Ethics
third. Time, 14S 2-5.
Fifth race, mile New Mown Hay won,
Scotch Thistle socond, Katlo Powers third.
Time. 1 12.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth
Tanered won, John Coulter second. Santa
Teresa third. Time, 2'02.
BILL CREATING NEW STATE OF
ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO DRAFTED
The difficulty of adjusting the taxa
tion and other questions with regard to
the admission of Oklahoma and the In
dian Territory as a State are next to
be taken up.
When tho second bill has been com
pleted it is probable the two bills will
be Joined as a dual bill for two States
out of the four Territories. The sub
committee Is to continue Its work dally.
YEARNS FOR THE HOME OF HIS
FOREFATHERS BN FARAWAY AFRICA
Aged Negro Divins Who Fought and Bled for the Union
Says He Will Leave Country Which Affords
No Protection to His Race.
NEW YORK. March 15. Bishop Wil
liam Benjamin Derrick, who for the
past four years has been the presiding
bishop of the New York diocese of the
African Methodist Episcopal church,
and for the past twenty-five years one
of the most aggressive and active men
of the colored race, has declared that he
Is tired of America and yearns for tho
land of Ids forefathers In Africa. This
announcement he made. In- addressing
the members of the New York confer
ence, and the general conference will
soon aaalgn a new bishop to take his
Mob attacks, lynchings and the burn
ing of negroes are too much for him, he
said, and contlpued: "Forty-two years
ago I stood ankle deep In blood In the
fight between the Merrlmac and Moni
tor and the blood of my com
rades flew upon me aa they wore
slaughtered in the defense of this Na
tion, and yet the Nation, although we
fought to save- tho American flag, de-
MAitKHAM TO FIOHT ;
AT TWiC TONIGHT i
A dispatch from ilammoth says that ;
Tommy Markham, tho Eureka boxer, has
signed to meet Ed Rust of Silver City In j
a twonty-iound bout this evening. Tho
fight will bo held at Mammoth and tho ,
conditions are that tho entire gate re
ceipts go to the winner. J
Just who RuHt Is no one In this vicinity '
ha3 yet boon ablo to find out. Ho Is either 1
h "ringer" or olso must have a great deal
of conndenco In hlniHolf to meet Markham '
under the abov1 conditions, as the locer
does not get a rent. The fight Is attract- ,
lng considerable attention throughout tho
Tlnllo district and reports say that Rust,
the unknown, has quite a number of
friends who will back hln to win against
the Eureka lad.
Markhum Is irot satisfied with the show- I
lng he mode against Clifford In tlmlr recent I
fight in this city and is seeking another
battle. He 13 desirous that It be pulled
ofT In one of the southern Utah mining
camps, where he says he can get backing
to the extent of J250. If Clifford loses to
Perry Queenan It Is possible that the
match may be arranged.
GOES TO ARKANSAS
George Reed, formerly second baseman
for the Spokano club, has left the Indians
to play with tho Little Rock, Ark., team.
Judging from press reports Reed was
not a favorite with the Spokane magnates
and players and ho leaves few friends In I
the Washington town to mourn his ab
sence. Tho Spokesman-Review has this
It was announced Inst week that one
George M. Reed had left to piny second
base for Little Rock.
If over a man's departure from Spokano
was hailed with pleasuro It Is the going
hence of the rnme George M. Reed and
the pleasuro Is not confined wholly to
Clyde Williams or Charley Reilly.
The two bosses aro probably moro re
lieved than others over the leaving of
Reed owing to the latter'a work in trying
lo place obstacles In their way. Rood,
moro than any one else, had to do with
the disaffection of Dnmmann and Nordyko,
and it was this same gentleman who Is
reputed to havo been In. on the offer to Mc
Cloakcy and Lucas to thrown down Wil
liams Notwithstanding all this, Reed i3 her
alded on leaving as "tho former second
baseman and manager of the Indians "
That lust was more than Wlllinms could
AT LOS ANGELES
IXDS ANGELES. March 15. Chicago Na
tionals and Los Angeles played a fourteon
Innlng game at Washington park this aft
ernoon and tho final score was 2 to 1 In
favor of tho National leaguers.
clares that we are not cltlzena, and
affords us no protection. We cannot (
but help feeling bad over the sltua- f
tlon. This is no country for us.
"I do not advocate retaliation, but f
we should stand up manfully and pro-
test, and appeal to the few friends that f
we have left to see to It that we get
Justice, since we are here. '
-They tell mo this Is a land of
Christianity, and of civilization, when
here those who are supposed to be tho
leaders of religion and civilization will
take a woman and burn her at the
stake, and then murder her husband-
We cannot win by preaching too much i
peace and brotherly love, for as soon as '
tho negro shows too much of this spirit I
the white man says he is a coward. The
manly man strikes back. ;
"We demand manhood rights, not I
black manhood rights nor white man- I
hood rights. I do not ask for social
equality or amalgamation, but for our
own choice of selection as to taste and I
fitness. I want everything that any
other man may have But the white
man cannot be Just to up. because he
has In him none of the spirit of Christ "
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Other heels are made of old re-
claimed rubber that has been In
and out of tho ah barrel a dozen
times. O'Sulllvan's only coat you SO
cents put on at any Bhoo store. Old
rubber substitutes will cost you
JuBt the same. If your dealer. can't
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to O'Sulllvan Rubber Co., Lowell,
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Swollen glands, tumors, wliitcsvrellin, sores, pustular P 1
or scaly skirt eruptions, flabby muscles, brittle bones, weak :-Jr I '
digestion, emaciated, illy-uourislied bodies, are some of '
the well-known earmarks of Scrofula. Scrofula is inher- nQ.'fVk
ited. Parents too closely related b3' the ties of blood, or iJt'ik
tainted with consumption or blood poison, may look for lj. 3
signs of Scrofula in their children. The middle-aged often wra&W
have it, but children are the chief sufferers. Scrofula UJjaS-'
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and the blood becomes SO I Inhorltod Scrofula from my parents, and this
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fvlv ?n ill -nrnfii1miQ nfiVr- period at dlfferont timoc, but tholr troatmont did
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I ..GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS..
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J permanently cured, no y'?"J55!vb
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Stricture M ap Varicocele !
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Wasting Weakness K completely and forovcrs fl
Time of cure. 10 to 60 AllW U. ls Eafo ?alnJcP1.3 K
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SPECIALS FOR TODAY
I AND TOMORROW. I
Boys' SulU;, broken lines, sold regularly at J2.00 and rt 1 r? a
$2.00. Special at vDl.40
Boys' Suits, broken lines, sold regularly at $3.00 antl 43.00. tf -J rs r ?
jj Special at i.VO
Boys' Suits, broken lines,' sold refrularly at ?1.00 and $1.00. 61) A V
Special at tyZ.bD
Boys' Suits, broken lines, sold regularly at ?S.OO and $6.00. rt r r-
i Special at tyZ.VD
j OSWEGO I
I Purest and Best for Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange, Etc. g
j For sale by all first-class grocers. , J :
DR. C. W. HIGGINS ,
t. of the very latest Zt-'Raf nd
SAuS LAKE 1 H
microscopic Medical Institute I
. W. Higgins, IJ. P., Mgr. and Prop.
ST. ELMO HOTEI,
Comor Uain and Third Sontk
Haa practiced in Salt Lake City for twen-.
ty-fivo y;ais, and the wonderful and well- ll
fablishel cures ho has effected In that 'H
time provo the scientific principles on 'H
which nlH medicines aro compounded.
forming diafmotds by tho aid of the ml
croKCope qnablcs htm to detect tho prl
rnary cause of dlseaaea and effect a IH
radical euro. Tho doctor has cured thou
nands of cases of
Ncrvoua Debility, Mental and Physl
col Weakness and Nervoaa
And will forfeit S&CO for any caso taker
undor his troatmcnt which he falls to IH
AH classes of private diseases otn'jn and
all oia, lingering aiacases, which vitiate
the blood and Impair tho avatem, UiOr
ouphly and permanently cured. Urer and
ldur.ey comdalnt cured. All clasuca of
fits cured. Tapoworm removl with head
or no pay. Office hours, 10 to 3:So and 7 to
ineodo rrma for a list of questionn to Hl
Jf. C. W. HIcglna, Salt Lake City, Utah,
PICTURE FRAMING B H
at Popular Prices.
I American Wall Paper Co. j H
6 E. THIRD SOUTH. J
I Bread mado
J HOSLER'S I
P Is always
Iilfo-sustaining. t 1
Cl'iW-'l1 l"'IIIL'l'll Wh'feJrfajA.',.. H-MWglxrmyj 1 v
SALT WE IMF I
KENYON MOTEL, H
California and Eastern Baces.
,Jtv 2ncpaint cracks; I
ntw vhIte lead chjJks
j ' SUN-P!RF Paint H
' docj neither. Guaranteed to wear
for five ycarz. I
1'iTTtscnaii I'LATr. Class Co., Cnenvt Dl. I IIV
tributcn. nd for llooL ot l'alut Kaorrlttoj i IWi
rmo.s r.u.vr co., "fa IVa
si., rn3iM, nii. yBVrpjs'
G. W. Ebert k Co., I
Tho Big Wall Paper House,
326 Stato St., Salt Lake City. jH
J Located In He-art of tho Bualnooa ffil
I aird 'locator DIotrlots. &j VM
...Tho... I H
j Mew Wilson S I
EITROPEAU- PCOTETx &
C saXt lake city. w5
Rntr.n: $1.00 to ,'3.00 per day. i IVi
j Popular Priced ItcBtauranu M VJ
j 100 Jtooms. with Tolcr-aono, Hot tmM
j) Mil Cold Running "Water. Sixty H Vl
TJ 1U02I ASSAY OPFICE, Vfl
iL S. UANAUKR, Manage,. 1
Removod to la South W. Tomple. fH
SAMPLES BT MAIL AND EXPREBfl
TrtU receive prompt attention. AfS 'H
work a specialty. Send for prlcVuSt .
T W. CUaHTE, ASSufl YES,
W. Erd Boutb, Salt LaksVaty.
OFFICr: CHIEF Qt"ARTEnr vcTrn
Denvor, Colo.. March 1 15 roi 4nii BR
powila In triplicate? auWect 10 M,n0d,.,)ro;
conditions. ,,1 bo" herSand""
namd0' u'n'tfr'a aJ &t Klow
toundn of oats or barlev ami fH rP. ?UH ,,1X
bald, hay ; at Fort DouclM Uh PX JKB.
voundu baled hay. durlm- flsoni v?',,400,0? I 5
Iiik June a. l!t. Proposals for ,.,,',,la KTS
low thwi the .whole requlrwl ,1P fn?" ' w MJ
thereof Information furBJhtfS.'m.V I
macdpo for.0 MM