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I s ffHE Salt Lake Tribune: TTedxesbat Moxcstixg-, APRIL 6, 19CM. I
H in imi rtwwwi in m ,, , , j.ii.i f i.u-ui - '" ' 'W"" g".;'; . ' vj
I f ONE DAY WITH RACERS, PUGS AND TWIRLERS 1
I 5 ; FARCE OF JACK
1 I THE GIANT KILLER
1 ' Placke "Was a Very Poor Imitation oi
I a Punching Bag in Front of
1 " PHrLA.DELPIIIA.AprH G. llcrr Placke,
1 ,! I '-ho champion of Holland, made a norry
I Mpcctaclo of himself tonight In a fight
1 , with Kid McCoy at tho Lenox club.
I Standing six Inches taller and weighing
I ) Q pounds cr more than 'his palc-fuced op
I 1 ponent, ho was boa ton almost insensible
I hi less than four minutes. Plicko nover
I laid a slovo on McCoy except when tho
I clinched, and the cool, calculating
I McCoy dart-id in and out and nround hla
I burly opponent almost like lightning. Ho
I Would feint with I1I3 rlsht and then drive
I A- his loft to tho face viciously, scarcely
I . falling to brlnp tbe blool. Twico hi
I - he 5rst rouud Placko was covered with
I S blood from his waist to his neck and hla
I jj Pycs wcro almost closed. Just before
I ji the gong sounded announcing- tho closo
I 7 of the llrst round, McCoy drove a vicious
I ' I left Hush to tho chin, dropplnc Placke
I lko a log. The gong saved him from bo
I Jug knocked out. He was carried to his
I -onier only to bo knocked out ten seconds
I ftcr the xecond round was called. Mc
I ),' Coy feinted with tho right and then ho
I J drove his left square to tho point of
II t1 Placke's nose. Tho latter intuitively
l ft placed hlh left hand over tho damaged or
: i nan and dropped to his knees. The blood
I '. was running from him in a stream. Ah
I; , ho knelt by tho ropes tho police appeared
I ' at the ringside and stopped tho bout.
MOUND 1. Placko led with his left, but
1 fell short. McCoy landed a right on
la Placke's Jaw. McCoy landed a loft on
(I tho Jaw and repeated with a right. Mo
ll .'oy ient Placko down with a straight left
I g to the chin, and the latter took the count
I of eight. McCoy landed another left flush
4 on tho mouth, drawing blood. McCoy
1 drove a hard loft to Placko's nose and
I 5; tho latter was all but ouL A loft and
5 rlgt to tho face made Placke look llko
' 1 a piece of raw beof. He wns hanging on
to avoid punishment, McCoy dived In
with a right and then with a hard left
10 the mouth. Plocko was blinded: h
could not see. A vicious left dropped
I I Placke. but tho gong saved him. Mc-
. Coy had not been touched. Plackc's ex
' hlbition was mlserablo. Ho wan bleeding
in the mouth and n-nc.
I ROUND 2. McCoy drove a vicious right
1 5 ' to Placke's mouth and tho latter dropped
to hl knees, refusing to get up. Placke's
face wa3 a horrible sight, and his richt
tl eye was eloped completely and his Hps
1 (J, were puffed up to four times their nor-
1 J mal size. As ho knelt upon the floor tho
I J. police walked to the ringside and stopped
JJr the bout. The socond round lasted less
I than twenty seconds.
II BILLY WOODS AND
j I SCHRECK GO LIMIT
li 1 W SAN FRANCISCO, April 5.-Mlko
1 I, T" Schrcck and Billy Woods fought a -5-j
jj round draw at Colma tonight.
' ,1 . Tennis Tourney On. 4
V 1 NF3W YORK, April 5. Six of the ten
,l matches for tho national tennis champion
ship have been decided, and of the twelvo
men who entered six aro left In tho tour-
, uament. Theso aro Joshua Crane, Jr.,
and AiiHtin Potter, Jr., of Boston, and O '
! ' S. Campbell. E. A. Thomson, C. S. Sands
I , and J, H. Morgan of Now Mexico. To-
' ady's scores:
A, Potter defeated "W. B. Densraoro or
Tuxedo, 6-0, 6-1, 0-1.
1 . A. E. Thomson defeated Dean Miller of
I New York, 6-1, C-3, 4-6. 3-6, 6-1.
J. It. Morgan defeated M. S. Patterson
of New York, G-i, 3-6, G-0, 6-1.
11' rtrH0U sl,a,t not drive upon the
! I walks;
I jj I 'Nor off the muddy highway
li !: SL' travel,
11 i . Lest thou be taken into court
C f f .'Vpr mussing up the now-lald gravel."
1 L Judge Dlehl went out to see the street
where many men' this law have broken.
1 Hq saw the signs upon tho trees
Displayed there as a warning token.
, ' J 'jo case of Thomas Smart wok called.
1 ; Jne court, "without a word of .pity.
I t Said, "Men who don't believe in signs
! 1 Must pay two dollars to the city."
V 5 Th'ey called Mrs. Cooly.
, J ! She did not appear,
y The' clerk then remarked: ,
1 I "Sho loft live dollars here."
4 i "Declare the ball forfeit,"
j The court then decreed.
I I "Jf-sh docs not appear
i She is guilty Indeed."
s She, sent for tho aionov;
j 3t had gono down the slot.
; And. .when sho heard that
Y a Mrs. Cooly was hot.
! 3 Addle Langton, the girl with the defee-
I 1 IT IS UNAMERICAN,
I j SAY THE MINORITY
Hj ; H Protest Against Bill to Specially
H i i Safeguard Lives of Pres-
Hj I ' idents.
I yU'ASlIINGTON. April. 5. A minority
H -l report on tho bill .introduced by Senator
H Hoar to- provide for the protection of thu
H President of tho United States, was sub-
H ' ,'i mlttcd today from the Commltloo on Ju-
H -j- Senators Pettus, Culberaon, Blackburn
Hi' arul Patterson, Democratic members of
H ! 1 the committee, signed the report.
It, states that tho titlo is misleading
il arid tends naturally to enlist tho sym-
I '9 - pathy of all Americans and secure a sup-
1 if port which the bill would not receive It it
f were general, and that its provisions wero
ji extended to all of the Cabinet officers and
i all foreign Embassadors and Ministers to
if tho United States. ;
JM Tho purpose of tho bill, tho report says,
M la to Hot apart theso four dozen men as a
I w superior and distinct class, entitled to a
, m higher degree of protection than other of-
4 flclals, citizens and inhabitants of tho
H J tm Tho minority members of the committco
ml say they yield to none in the desire, to
1 m protect the President and punish the cn-
' j -:nicii of the Government and social order,
M "but In the accomplishment of this lauda
H bio desire we aro unwilling to put upon
H , 'm the stotuto books a law which will lnvado
T ' ond destroy the most valued principles
MATT HOGAN ONLY
FAVORITE TO LAND
SAX FRANCISCO. April o.-Long-priccd
horses were to tho fore at Oakland
today, Matt Hogan being the only favor
Ito to land. A handicap over the Futurity
course was tho feature of the card, and
It proved a lively bcttting affair, with'
Double Six and Don Domo rccolvlng thq
most support. Hagordon, a G-to-l chance,
got away flying, and. racing with Atwood
all tho way, boat him easily by over a
length. Albula was third. Don Domo
and Double Six quit. "Weather fine; track
First race, six furlongs, soiling Oro Vi
va won, Aunt Polly socond, Crlgll third.
Second race, half mile, selling PIrclla
won, Valna second, Bun Eric third. Time,
Third race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing Matt Hogan won, Mocorlto Hccond,
Modder third. Time, 1:21J.
Fourth race, mile and soventy yardu,
selling Petrolia won, Billy Mooro second,
Col. Van third. Time. 1:45;.
Fifth race. Futurity courso, handicap
Hngerdon won, Atwood second, Albula
third. Time, l;10Vi-
Sixth race, mllo and fifty yards, selling
Illllouon won, Lacy Crawford second,
Halnnult third. Timo, 1:IIU.
RECORD AT ASCOT
I.OS ANGELES, Cal., April 5. Mazcdo
was tho only favorite that finished first
at Ascot today. Tho others ranged any
where from 3 to 10 to 1. There was no
special featuro to th programme, ex
cepting the breaking of tho track record
In tho last race at six and one-half fur
! longs, Cclobratlon going the distance In
I 1111,,. "Weather line, track fast. Results:
First race, six furlongs ITeadwator
won. Metoora second, Littlo Secret third.
Second raco, four and a half furlongs
Jcromo won, Azcllna second, Peggy Mine
third Time. :M.
Third race. mile, selling Erno won. All
About second, Lunar third. Time. l:42',t.
Fourth raco, five furlongs Mazedo won,
Pat Bulger second, Best Man third. Time,
Fifth rao.e. one mile J. V. KIrby won,
Dolllo Welthoff second, Merwan third.
Sixth raco, six and a half furlongs
Celebration won, Thlsbo socond, Rosebud
third. Time, l:2Ui.
MEMPHIS, April 5. Montgomery Park
First race, seven and a half furlong
St. Mcirylcgs won, Trossachs second.
Lampoon third. Time, l:3.$ii.
Second race, six furlongs MaJ. Pelham
won, Forehand, second, Floral King third.
Third race, four and n half furlongs -Charlie's
Aunt won. Magic second. Littlo
Mirthful third. Time. & seconds.
Fourth race, the County Club handicap,
mile Haviland won, Luralighter second.
Banter third. Time. 1:4
Fifth raco, steeplechase, about a mllo
and a quarter Farmer's Foe won. Theory
second. Bright Girl third. Time. 2:57.
Sixth rnce, mile and a sixteenth Wil
como Light won. Sarilla second, Lodestar
third. Time, lsflSk.
American Derby "Will Bo Pun.
CHICAGO, April 5.-"Tho American
Derby will surely bo run. The quarrel
over dates does not affect us," said Law
renco A- Young, president of tho Wash
ington Park Jockey club, today. Tho
sentiment among tho Western Jockey club
leaders also was that tho prospects of a
turf war coming from the Worth Jockey
club sources were slight and not to bo
feared. It was believed by theni and ad
mitted that the combination of the West
ern Jockey club and tho Pacific Coast
Jockey club formed an obstaclo which cut
short all possible combinations to combat
tho local organization.
Worth's course was said today to bo still
undoclded, but officials of the track de
clared positively that Worth will not open
on the dotes assigned.
tlvc mind, who Is constantly seeking a
sweetheart to And ,and who got Involved
In her latest disgrace by doubling up with
a vagrant named Case, wns permitted to
go, and tho ohargo was dismissed. Her
father at Springvlllc refused to assist or
send for liis, daughter, and so she was
thrown on the streets of tho city to wan
A signal compliment to the skill of tho
artist who drew the picture of Judgo
Dlehl at the head of this column a few
days ago, was paid by tho postoffico de
partment yesterday. A letter was re
ceived from Placervlllc, Ida., -bearing tho
words, "Salt Lake City." and tho picture
of tho Judge, clipped from Thi Tribune.
The missive reached the city hall with
out th6 least delay.
Edward Appel, aged 16. was tried for in
corrigibility before Judge Dlehl yestorday
afternoon. He admitted that he had
struck his father and twisted his moth
er's fingers In anger, but said ho did not
want to go to tho reform school. The
court decided that the case Is ono for
tho State Mental hospital rather than tho
reformatory, and let the boy go.
of republican institutions; which will tako
from the States their rightful Jurisdiction
over crime, which thoy have never 'sur
rendered to the general Government;
which will overturn the recognized poli
cies and procedure of a hundred years;
and which, not content with tho pro
visions respecting the President, sets
apart some forty-five or fifty other men
.as a separate class, whose persons shall
be more sucrcd In the eye of the law than
others of the CO.OOO.OOO Inhabitants of tho
The report cites paragraphs of existing
laws and sections of Supremu court opin
; Ions as ample for the protection of tho
porsons of others than tho President of
tho United States. It S3 declared that tho
jurisdiction conferred on tho Federal
courts in tho first section is -in violation,
of tho Constitution of the United States.
CEOUL, Korea. April L Via
Shanghai, April C Tho first
-f army, consisting of 45,000 men. In-
4- eluding tho Imperial guard and tho -f
-f Second and Twelfth divisions. --
-4- which had been concentrated at -f-
. Anju. ia moving on Wiju, by three -f-
4- It was tho advance guard, com-
posed of 100 Infantry and cavalry, -f-
4- which repulsed COO Russians and oc- 4-
cupled Ping Ju (Chong Ju), sixty- 4-
4- live miles southeast of Wlju, March 4-
4- ISth. Lieut. Kato and four Japan- 4-
4- esc wcro. killed on that occasion and 4-
4- Capt. Kurowaka and eleven men so- 4-
4- rlously wounded. The Russians had 4-
4- ten men killed, 4.
OVERALL PUT IT
ALL OVER 'FRISCO
FRESNO. C.il., April o. Jn a game, the
shortest of tho season, and ono full of
good ball, Tacoma won from San Fran
cisco this afternoon in the first game of
the aeries by a scoro of - to 1. Overall
pitched for Tacoma and was in great
form After tho llrst inning. In which
San Francisco made their only run. Over
all was hit for two drives. Score:
R. IT. E.
Toco ma 2 7 l
San Francisco 1 I 0
Batteries Overall and Hogan, .Tories
GROWS IN INTEREST
The pool tournament at tho Commercial
club was continued last nluht. On ac
count of tho prize light tho attendance
was a littlo loss than usual, but some
'Very good games wcro played. Tho re
sults were: Cum.iiings's handicap, 65, re
sult, 53; Miller's, 10. 2S; Boguo's, 55, Tm,
Rooklldgc's, 5Ti, Trl; Boguo's, 55, CO. Splt
ko's, 10, -10; Downing':, DO, SO; Boguc's,
Auto Men Under Ban.
NEW YORK. April F.. Barney Oldfl.-ld
and E. C. lluusman, who have bien rac
ing nutonobllos In the South, were huh
pendpd Indefinitely by tho racing board
of tho American Automobile association
today because tho drlvus competed In un
STEEL COMPANY BUYS
COAL LAND IN ALASKA
SAN DIEGO, Cal., April G.-A mlllfm
dollar deal In Alaskan cdal lands was
concluded' this evening between tho Pa
cific Steel company of this city and a
syndicate owning the property.
Tho lands comprise 'J0.000 acres and aro
situated from soventy to elghtv miles wi-st
of Mt. St. Ellas und about fifteen mlk-s
Inland from tho const of Controller bay.
Tho syndicate wns represented by W. A.
Abomathy and T. O. 1 hijdeufeldt, who.
with former Mayor Harry Whlto of
Seattle, arc the principal owners.
Tho purpnso Is to employ the rnal for
making coko to be used in a steel plant
to bo erected by the company hero The
prlco of the coal land Is $1,000,000, which is
to be paid, under tho agreement, on or
beforo September 1st next.
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KOTICK IS GIVEN THAT A TuEET
Ing of tho members of tho Citizens'
Alliance of Salt Lake City, Utah, la here
by called to be held on Wednesday, April
13, 1901, at S o'clock In the evening of said
day. at Bamberger's hall. No. 1C3 South
Main street, Salt Lake City.
Tho object and purposes of said meeting
aro aa -follows:
First To hear tho report of committees
nppolnted at tho organization meeting on
December 17, 1903.
Second At said meeting thoro will bo
presented to tho members of tho said Citi
zens' Alliance of Salt Luke City, Utah,
the question a,s to whether or not the said
Citizens' Alliance shall Incorporate under
the provisions of sections 512 and 313 of
the Revised Statutes of Utah, 1SSS, and
Third To consider such other business
as may properly como beforo the meeting.
THE CITIZENS' ALLIANCE OV SALT!
LAKE CITY, UTAH.
By order of lt Executive Committee.
"Warren C. Bosuc, Secretary,
John E. Dooly, Chairman of the Com
mittee of the. Mcptlng of Dccomber 17, 1903.
ASSESSMENT NO. 11. '
Galena Mine Corporation. Principal
place of business, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the board of directors of Galena mlno,
held at Salt Lako City, Utah, on the L'nd
day of April. 1901. an assessment of li conta
per share was levied upon the Capital
stock of tho corporation Issued and out
standing, payable Immediately to K. H.
Mead, secretary of the company, at his
office, C17 McCornick building, Salt Lake
City, Utah. Any stock upon which this
assessment may remain unpaid on tho 7th
of May, 1001, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will he
sold on the 2Sth day of May. 1901. 10 a.
in., to pay thu delinquent assessments
thereon, together with the costs of adver
tising and expense of sale.
u513. E. II MEAD, Seen tary.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Emerald Mining Company. Principal
oftlco and place of general business. 100
West Second South street. Salt Lako City,
Notlco Is hereby given that1 a stock
holders' mooting of tho Emerald Mining
company has been called, to bo held at
tho placo of the goncral business of said
corporation. No. 100 West Second South
strcot. In Salt Lako City, Utah, on Satur
day, the ICth day of April, 1&04, at tho
hour of Bcvcn o'clock p. ni. (tho rogular
annual stockholders meeting not having
been held, for the purpose of electing offi
cers of said corporation, Including a
board of directors, and for tho transac
tion of such other business as would reg
ularly como beforo tho annual stockhold
cis' mooting, ond for tho further purpose
of amending the articles of Incorporation
In the following particulars, to wit: First
By adding a clauso to ortlclo VIII.
thereof to provide for the adjournment
of any stockholders' mooting, from time
to time, by tho stockholders present,
whatever tho amount of stock represented
Second By adding to said articles of
Incorporation an artlclo numbered XV
to provide for tho levying, nonce, collec
tion and payment of assessments on Its
capital stock, notwithstanding thcro bo
stock purchased by tho corporation for
delinquent assessment In the treasury un
disposed of, and notwithstanding a pro
lous ussessmont, or a portion thereof
remains unpaid, nnd permitting such as
sessments to bo mado payablo In Install
ments, and the sale of tho stock to pay
any delinquent installment or accumulated
delinquent Installments of such assess
ment. J. E. OGLESBY.
Offlco ICO West Second South Street.
Salt Lake Cltv. Utah. t0T.
NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS'
Notlco Is hereby given that there will
bo a meeting of the stockholders of tho
Blngham-Now Haven Copper & Gold Mi
ning company, a Utah corporation, in tho
office of said company, No. 207 McCornick
building. Salt Lako City. Utah, on Satur
day. April 30. 1901. at 3 o'clock p. m. of
said day. for the purpose of ratifying the
action of the board of directors of said
company in authorizing said company to
Lsuo two hundred thousand dollars of
six per cent gold bonds, to be dated June
1. 1901, and payablo llvo years after date,
.and in giving a mortgage or trust deed
upon all of Its properly to securo said
bonds and Interest; and to transact such
other business as may como before said
Tho stockholders arc earnestly urged to
be present nt tho meeting.
BINOIIAM-NEW HAVEN COPPER &
GOLD MINING CO.
By Louis E. Stoddard, President
Thomas W. Farnam, Secretary.
Dated Salt Lake City, Utah, this SOth
day of March. lSO-1. t,gC3S
NOTICE OF SALE OF THE PROP
erty of tho "Ogdon Sower Plpo and Clay
Company" of Ogdon. Utah.
Notlco Is hereby given that pursuant
to a resolution of the Board of Directors
of the Ogdon Sewer Pipe and Clay com
pany, the entire property of said corpora
tion will bo sold at public auction to tho
highest bidder for cash at the office and
placo of business of the corporation at
Twenty-ninth streot and Pacific avenue,
Ogden, U(ah. on tho 30th day of April.
1901. at 1 o'clock p. m.
Said property consists of tho real es
tate, buildings, machinery, tools and ap
pliances constituting the plant of said
corporation at Ogdon, Utah, together
with tho Gtock of sewer pipe on hand and
book accounts of tho corporation.
For further particulars and for de
scription of the property to be sold apply
to tho undersigned, at the officooC tho
corporation at Ogden, Utah.
ROBERT NEILL, President,
Ogden Sewer Plpo and Clay Company.
WM. B PORTERFIELD, Secretary.
Ogden Sewer Plpo and Clay Company.
Dated Ogden City, Utah, March 2S, 1901.
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F, J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lafcg Cit7.
JALI U h Hi Uh MfiWilCES.
Matinee Today at 3 P. M
Tonight Last Time,
130 LAUGHS IN 130 JIINCTES.
JAMES A. HER-NE'S
Beautiful Comedy Drama,
A companion play to "Shore Acres. Pre
sented under the direction of Mm. Jamc.1
A. Heme, with a superb acting company
and some novel nccnle effects. A moat
perfect production guaranteed.
Thursday and Friday "The Chief Jus
Saturday matinee and night "The Otdx
Prices. i5c to JL00; matinee. 20c and &c
Sale now oo.
4- - -o-
Chimes of 1
FOE, THIS HARD WATER.
THE PERFUME IS DELICATE 2
2 AND LASTING. J
& LARGE CAKE 20 CENTS.
50C A BOX OF 3 CAKES. $
I DRUG COMPANY !
J GISTS, COR. OPP. POSTOF- g
Great Direct Method That Curos Sem
inal "Weakness, Varicocele, Stric
ture, Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Unnatural
Discharges, Irritation and Enlarge
ment of tho Prostato Gland, Blad
der and Urinary Disorders, With
out Taking Medicino Into the Stom
ach, and in Their Own Home. It
Will Be Sent Every Man Absolute
By a wonderful method, successfully
used for years, and now for tho first time
offered to tho public, It Is possible for
any man, no matter how bad off. to
QUicKly regain the vigor of young man
hood without taking any medicino into
the stomach, ;uid to prove that It will do
PLEASANT, SOOTHING AND HEALING,
this they ofl r n full Ton Davs' Trial
Treatment absolutely flee to every man
sending name and address to Dr. Stevens
& Co.. Box 1SS1. Columbus. Ohio. Ton
apply It locally to the seat of tho trouble,
and It quickly finds its way to tho desired
spot, enlarging tho muscles, increasing
tho nerve force, and giving the necessary
vim and energy. The world of Hcionco
and medicine thoroughly Indorses It.
It cures In wonderfully quick time, in
your own home, lost vitality, eniaclatJon.
prematurity, varicocele, Htricture-. un
natural Irritation and enlargement of the
proatato gland, and all bladder and
urinary disorders of men. It is tho only
method known to science thui will ek-otrl-fy
the body, rout wasting diseases, create
wgor. warmth and force, and all this
without medicine taken Into this stomach
If others tell you nothing can bo done for
you, thLs will surely euro you.
Wrlto to Dr. Stevens & Co.. Columbus
Ohio, box 1SS1. They offer Ten Daya
Trial Treatment absolutely free to every
man. It Is no "prescription," "deposit "
or "C. O. D." scheme, as this llrm Is too
large to resort to such petty ways. In
addition to the absolutely freo trial treat
ment, they send the most complete book
ever written on the Diseases of Men, tell
ing all. and fully Illustrated. With fortv
engravings from life. Everything Is con
fidential and sent perfectly pluln, ami
Blnco they merely ask you to Inquire what
thoy have qot that will cure you, wn trust
every gentleman reader of this paper will
wrilo them at once as above, and thus
get th. Ton Days' Trial Treatment and
book, both absolutely free.
Just what you liko 'JS&j
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) tho result of a day's jx)
baking- with i
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AfyTb Utah's guaranteed fj, a
fcsr money-bacl: brand. vjr
ffi. Diamonds j
Wo boliovc overybody Jovo
i beautiful things, therefore our I
t stock consists of the most artis- fl
I tic dosigns that can be pro-
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LYON & CO., 143 Main St
ym. j, lynch !,
resident AgcnU No. 5A2 Progress Building, j
Salt iko c,t5' Utah.
f ANNUAL STATEMENT. ft
! I-'Orthc veur ..'iidlng December 31. lfXl. oi j I
tho condition of tho
Rochester German Insurance l
L The nnmo and location of the com- jjM
pany.Rochestcr German Insurance IIH
Company, Rochester. . i. , 41 B
2. Nam" of prcaldcnt, Hon. Frederick
3. Nanu'of sccretarj', H. F. Atwood. M
1. The amount of Its capital M
stock is 2M.000.M m j
5. The amount of Its capital S
stock paid up Is 200.0W.to Jf ,
0. Tho amount of Its assets M ;
arc l,C0o,6f5.il 9!
7. The amount of Its llnbill- .
" i3Cl..(.,nC.,"?.,"l.i,.a!). 1.038.094.01(1 I
S. Tho amount of Its lncomo ' J
during the preceding cal- M -
ondar year I,0o5,9. M
D. Tho amount of its cxpen- Si
ill tu res during tho pre- A1
ceding calendar year.... fvJln.S
t 10. Tho amount of losses paid
during the preceding cal- X
endar year A25,W&.Q1 H
11. The amount of risk? writ- JM
ten during the year 110.K3.2W.00 S
12. Tho amount of risks In
forco at Uio end of tho
year 11T.6C1,2S.C0 -X
SUlo of Utah. B
OfTlcci of tho SccreUry of State as. M
I. James T. Hammond, Secretary of B'
Stato of the State of Utah, do hereby
certify that tho above named insurance
company has lilcd In my office a detailed S
statement of Its condition, from which the 9
foregoing statement has been prepared. 'Mj
and that tho said company has in all SI
other respects compiled with tho laws of ML
tho Stato relating to insurance. -Uf
In testimony whereof I havo hereunto S
Get my hand and affixed the great seal of Wt
the State of Utah. thl3 nineteenth day
of February, A. D. 1M. '
J. T. HAMMOND, S
Seal. Secretary of Stato. H
The State Bank of Utah-' j -
Corner Main and South Templa.3T, m
Salt Hike City. 1
;OSEPH F. SMITH. President, W
ATIIyL.IAM B. PRESTON. Vice-President. I
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier. I
tIENRT T. MTSWAN. Asst. Cashier. . I
GENEHAJj BAJNIQNG BUSOTESS. 1
Accounts Solicited. Special attontion to fl
sour.try 'jrutl, Corrcspondocce invited. ' M
i.-E. Ctwgri:T, Pres. E. "W. Alison. Cashlei
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
NATIONAL BANK 1
T. J. Daly, W. P Noble, Vlce-PreBldents. . M
A H. Peabody. Ass't Cos hi at V I
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK 1
Salt Lako City. Utah. J
Established 1S52. M
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In. Utah, M
unSiaed- vror:-::::::;::; 1
doTmcdafofcr.nl bM,dnf: bUBtae 1
Dlreot connections with banks In at
prUiclpaJ cities of the world. al
Drafts, n or
Lettora of Credit, I cromlnent V
Telegraphic Transfei-s. j D dtlea I
Deposits received subjcot to chek
H. L. MILLER. qSu? 1
H- P- CLARK. Asst. Cashlor. M
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
G. DU1T & CO., 1
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST. General Munwr. " '
Office in Proab?dd3S-,T ,
CAPITAI. FULLY PAID, WDO.OOO.OO.
SALT LAKE CTTY'UTAW
Established 1SG0. Tn' !l . M !
Transact a General BMlSSl '
APEJDEPQSIT BQXESJgg ; ,j
QESEBST ITATIOITAJC BA2JK, M
UNITED STATES DKPOSlTAtt-r ' BR
Salt T:ajit(n1TRT. ,
Capital, S500,00OSufplu3) J'"
Sgfi'n,. OES TIIATCHER x j
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Safe deposit hoxisj- h'w, jl
NATIONAL BAWoP' -il i '
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