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1 GMT BALL
It IN DETROIT
j. Fifteen-Inning Game Is
ft ; Flayed.
H, Detroits Indulge in a Ninth
Hn Inning Batting Rally, Ty-
H (! ing the Score.
H'l ' Six More Innings Played Without a
i ! Score, When Umpire Called Gamo
li on Account of the Darkness.
I AMERICAN LEAGXTE.
Standing' of the 'Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
i Hoton 47 32 25 .(SI
1 Now .York ,....-15 17 38 .600
J Chicago .'.IS 27 21 .562
, Philadelphia -45 23 20 .555
V' Cleveland .....43 22 21 .512
ki St-'Louls, 13 2L 22 .4SS
Detroit-. 41 17 27 .ESS
Washington 43 8' 35 .ISO
Yesterday's Games. '
Cleveland. 0; Philadelphia, 4.
1 I Detroit," 6; Washington, 5.
i Today's Games.
1 Boston at Chicago.
j Philadelphia at Detroit.
1 Now York at St. Louis,
i 1 Washington at Cleveland.
J ' Detroit, 5; Washington, 5.
j DFiTROlT, Juno 14. With the gamo-TTjfc
,( parently gono. tho Dotrotts Indulged in a
( nlnth-lnnlng batting rally, three hits tying
i the score. The gamo was enlled by tho
i:mplrc, on account of darkness, after tho
i P. H. E.
Detroit 200 010 (02 COO 000 5 17 3
i Washington ...200 300 000 000 0 5 11 3
' Batteries Kitson, Kllllan andd Ruelow;
i ( Townsend, Jacobeon and Drill. Attcnd-
, Cleveland, O; Philadelphia4.
CLEVELAND, O.. June 14, A rainstorm
!,' 1 roke JUBt as Cleveland was retired In tho
I I II ftli Inning, after Clorcland had played
1 viowly hoping the rain would stave .oft
oefeat. Bondor struck out seven men In
the flvo innings. Attendance, 1100. Score.
f H. II. E.
1 Cleveland... 000 000 l. 0
I Philadelphia 013 00 4 S 0
I Batteries Bcrnhard and Abbott; Bender
, and Schrcck.
I NATIONAL LEAGUE. .
j . Standing of the Clubs.
HL j ' L. PC.
Cincinnati 32 IP, .067
l '1 'hlcago 20 15 Cr0
Jj New York 30 36 .52
Pittsburg 25 IS .SSI
j St. Louis , 21 2$ .42:
Brooklyn 20 2S .417
1 Poston 17 2S .37S
T Philadelphia 9 32 .220
l -Yesterday's Games,
'iA Philadelphia 0, Pittsburg 6.
'il; Boston 6, Chicago 2. .
' Brooklyn 4. Cincinnati 3. .
ji Now York 6. St. Louis L
jj Today's Games.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia,'
L ' Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
J Boston at Chicago.
V St. Louis at New York.
j' Philadelphia, 0; Pittsburg, 6.
! PIfJLADELPH T A, June 14. Inability to
hit Flaherty to any advantage resulted In
a shut-out for tho locals by Pittsburg to
, day. Four singles, a base on balls and a
batsman hit gave tho visitors four In the
1 first inning. Score;
P. II. E
1 I Philadelphia OTO CCO 000 0 .'. 0
J I Pittsburg i0 040 011 G 12 0
' Battcios Jlitchcll and Dooln: Flaherty
i and Smith, Two-base hits, Wagner,
Smith, "VVolverton. Three-base hit. Brans
Held. Bases on balls, off Flaherty i, off
, Mitchell 3. Struck out, by Flaherty 5, by
Ililchcll 2. Umpire. Zlminer.
; St. Louis, 1; New York, 6.
, NEAV YORK, Juno 14. Tho locals
worked their way tip to'llrst'placo In the
pennant race today by defeating St.
t.ouls. Taylor had the better of Nichols.
,.s the fielding support given tho visitors'
. pitcher was rather slow. Attendance, 4000.
P. 1 r. E.
, St. Louis 000 000 001 1 4 2
V New York 200 110 IP 6 10 0
l Batteries Nichols and Zcarfoss; Taylor
I ( Two-base hits. Bowcrman, Smoot.
J Three-base hits, Taylor. Bccklev. Bases
! J I on balls, off Taylor 2, off Nichols 2. Struck
M out, by Taylor C. by Nichols 3. Umpires,
I Jj Johnstone und Moran.
(' Boston, 6 Chicago, 2.
BOSTON. June 14. Pltllnger. jiltched cf-
B fectlvcly for Boston today and the home
H I team defeated Chicago. The game was
1 eloso until tho eighth Inning, when Corrl-
H 1 don weakened. Attendance, 2000. Scoru:
t Boston 000 020 &' r. 9 3
Chicago 020 O0 000- 2 G 4
' Batteries Plttlnger and Needham; Cor-
H I ridon and Kline.
II Two-baso hits, Moran, Cooley, Slagle,
B cimncc, Jones. Bases on balls, off Plt
1 j linger I, off Corridon 4. Struck out, by
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j Wonderful things are done for the
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, antiseptic dressings are applied to
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PlttlnRor 2, by Corridon X Umpire.
Brooklyn, 4; Cincinnati, C.
BROOKLYN, Juno 14. Although tho
visiting Cincinnati team was outbattcd
in 'today's game. Brooklyn was beaten.
Nono of tlio winning team's runs was
earned. Tho teamn will play a. double
header here tomorrow. Attendance, 2500.
It. IL 13.
Cincinnati WO 000 302 5 F. 0
Brooklyn 000 000 202 1 8 2
Batteries Kcllum and Pelts; Poole and
Two-base hits. Ritler 3. Thrombose hit,
McCormlck. Bases on balls, off Poolo 6,
olT Knllum 2. Struck out, by Poolo C, by
Kcllum 3. Umpire O'Day.
. PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. PC.
Boise 24 17 .ES5
Spokanw 22 IS .550
Butte , 1G 20 .411
Snlt Lake- 15 22 ' .405
No .games played. I
Today's Games. .
Butto at Salt Lake.
Spokano at Polso. '
Denver, 8; St Joseph, 6.
DENVER. Juno 14. Denver brought In
two runs in tho llrst today and later
bunchod flvrt In tho seventh. Smith's
home run and general good field work
gavo all tho credit to tho homo team.
It. IL E.
Denver 201 000 50 S 10 1
St. Joseph 110 103 000 6 11 4
Batteries Tlostotter and Lucia; Chlnn
Pioin Stops Game.
- COLORADO SPP.TNGS. Colo.. Juno 14.
Colorado Sprlngs-SIoux City game, post
Des Moines, 0; Omaha, 3.
DES MOINES. Juno 14. Big Jack Pfls
ter pilches gilt-edged ball for Omaha to
day, letting Des Moines down with threo
scattered hits. As1 a result the locals,
wcro flhut out. Score:
R. If. E.
Dps Moines 000 000 OOO-O 3 5
Omaha 100 100 Ml 3 9 2
Batteries Morrison and Townc; Pflster
Blue Points Win.
Tho Blue-Points and tho Browns met
Monday afternoon in a gamo of baseball,
tho former winning by the decisive score
of 31 to 3. Following is the line-up of the
Browns. Blue Points
J. Oswald c C. Barker
W. Hughes (Capt.).. p. ...(Capt.) D. Irvine
12. Dangcrfleld. .lb.... A. Norrls
B. Earl '. 2b J. Taufer
W. Hood 3b a. Hoffclln
Morgan .....s... R. Simpson
L. Earl If L. Taylor
W. Donkin cf O. Loveridgo
Gray rf J. Smith
This is ihe Jast of a series of three
games. Tho other two resulted as follows:
In lavor of tho Browns 16-11; In favor of
tho Blue Points 16-13.
American Association Games.
At Columbus Columbus-SL Paul gamo
At Toledo Toledo S, Kansas CItv 2.
At Louisville Louisville 1, Minneapo
At Tndianapolls Indianapolis 7, Mil
waukee 11, second game, Indianapolis 6,
Stanley Titus, the star pitcher of
Georgetown university, who is now
Defend His Title
Managers of the Yosemite Athletic
' Club Declare the Big- Fight Will
Not Be Postponed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. June 14.
" The managers of the , Xose
nilte Athletic club, before which
Jeffries and Munroe are to
fight on June' 30, declare that
there will be no further postponement,
Unless Jeffries Is in condition by that
time he must fose his forfeit of J250O
and the title of champion.
Harry Corbett and other pugilistic
experts believe that besides decreasing
the betting odda, the delay will be of
direct benefit to Munroe, who 1h said to
he constantly Improving in his work.
On the other hand, Jeffries now hopes
to be In prime condition when he enters
the ring, and his trainers do not an
ticipate any further trouble with his
B. P. 0. E. EXCURSION
Via D. & H. G. R. B., to Provo, June
14, 15, 16, 17.
Fare $1.90 for the round trip. Every
body invited. Five fast trains dally.
CARNIVAL AND STRAWBERRY
At Brigham City,
Friday and Saturday, June 17 and IS.
Special rate of $1.25 botli days .via Ore
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- a. m., .arriving Salt Lake midnight
Public Trial for the
Thomas Horse Was in Great
Form and Won Without
His Owner Bet Ten Thousand Dol
lars on the Fvesult and Took
in tho Coin.
NEW YORK, June 14. Hermls, backed
from 3 to 5 to 11 to 20. easily won
tho Brookdalo handicap, mllo "and
a furlong, at Gravesend today.
Hermls's raco today was a public trial for
tho Suburban, and tho Thomas horso was
In great form, covering the distance In
1G3 4-3. which is within four-fifths of a
second of tho track record. llermH mado
all tho running and won by two-lengths
from Dainty. J5. R. Thomas bet ?10,OOQ on
First race, handicap, about six fur
longsReliable won, St. Valentine second;
Julsus third. Time. 1 10 2-5.
Second race, selling, mllo and a six
teenth Debaber won, Seymour second,
Hydrangea third. Time, 1.4S. I
Third race, live furlongs Tongorder
won. Right Roal second, Don Royal
third. Time. 1.01 2-5.
Fourth race, Brookdalo handicap, mile
ami a furlong Hrmis won. Dainty sec
ond. Africander third. Tlm. 1:52 4-5.
Fifth race, selling, mile and seventy
yards Coppella won. Dick Bernard sec
ond. Possession third. Time, 1:47 2-5.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Knight of Poarl won, Diamond Flush sec
ond, Jerry C. third. Time, 1. OS 4-5,
ASCOT WEEK OPENS
WITH BRIGHT PROSPECTS
LONDON, June 14. Ascot week opened
today with brilliant prospects. All tho
houses in the vicinity had large parties.
King Edward, Queen Alexandra and the
Prince and Princess of Wales drovo In
stnto from Windsor castlo to the races
and met with a great reception at thn
course. The Ascot stakes (a handicap of
20 sovereigns with 2000 sovereigns added,
two miles), tho prlncipnl raco of the day,
brought out a big Held of twenty-two.
Merry Andrew won. Pure Gold was second
and Pradclla was third.
At St. Louis Fair Ground.
ST. LOUIS, Juno 11. Fair grounds sum
mar:1: First race, four and a half furlongs,
purse Inflammable, won. Covlna second,
John .Randolph third T,lme. 56i seconds.
Second raco. five furlongs, purse Bra
dtn won. Milton Young second, Miss Pow
ell third. Time, l:02i.
Third race, mile, purse Forehand won.
King Ellsworth second, Frank Colllbs
third. Time. 1:42.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap Ice
Water won. Big Ben second, Autumn
Leaves third. Time. 1:11.
Fifth race, mllo and twenty yards, sell
ing Ello won. Ivcrnla second, Klngstellc
third. Time. 1:44.
Sixth race, mile and one-eighth, selling
Sambo won, Easter Wallers second,
Salivate third. Time. 1:&5. :
CHICAGO. June II. First race; six and
a half furlongs Van Ness w6n, New
Mown Hay second, Mezzo third.. Time,
Second race, six furlongs Fred Lcppcrt
won. Mansard second, Americano thlcd.
Time. 1:11 1-5.
Third race, mile Beau Ormonde won.
Ananias second, Talpa third. Time,
1 40 2-5.
Fourth race, mile Miss Crawford won,
Prlnco silver Wings second, Fon Casta
third. Time, l:40'3-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs The Mist won,
Peggy O'Neal sccono. Regal third. Time,
Sixth race, mile and an eighth School
mate won, Cornwall second, Fresslas third.
Time, 1:51 2-5.
Woman's Golf Tournament.
NEAV YORK. June 14. With a Held of
twenty contestants, tho Women's Metro
politan golf championship was begun on
tho links of the Apawamis club neur Rye
today. Mrs. E. A. Malcc, who has won
this championship twice. Is again defend
ing the title. Tho qualifying round will
consist of eighteen holes medal play. The
final will take place on Saturday.
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Great Match Race Run
at Saucer Track.
Finish Loss Than a Wheel's
Length Apart, Racing
Samuelson Docs Some Clover Work,
I Capturing tho Threc-Milo Lap
Professional in Good Style.
GEORGE COLLETT last night low
orcd tho colors of his rival, Nor
man C. Hopper, In ono of the pret
tiest match races seen In theso
parts for some, time. The mon wero very
evenly matched and In all threo heats
they finished less than a wheel length
apart. Collett lost the llrst heat by a nar
row margin, but took the next one In
clever fashion, outwitting Hopper about
llfty Vards from the tape. The third hoa,t
went to Collett only after two laps of tho
most vigorous sprinting. In which tho
New Yorker finished a scant two yards to
tho clear Time, 2:03 2-5. 2:u5, 2:012-5.
Immediately after his defeat Hopper
produced a $100 L-Ill and offered to bet
that ho could defeat Collett in another
raco. Collett slguhW his willingness and
the raco will probably be run next week.
Used Unfair Methods.
"Hop" made a hard try last night and
twice used unfair methods to beat his op
ponent, but failed to cop tho coin. Hol
llstcr tho pacemaker for both riders, as
sisted Hopper In the second heat, but was
headed oft a few yards from the tape. Jn
the third heat Hopper crowded tho East
ern rider off the track at the start and
both men were recalled.
Tho llve-mllo amateur was hotly con
tended and live riders fell before the raco
was ended. Tate and Elswood fell singly,
whllo Larson, Llndgren and Morgan
"spilled" In a bunch on tho last mile.
Agraz Jumped, to the lead at the end of
tho second mile and was never headed.
Ho captured twenty laps and won Ursa
place, beating his rivals by nearly half a
lap. Tlmo, 11:00.
Samuelson's Clever Work.
Samuelson captured tho three-mile lap
"pro" In pretty fashion. Ho Jumped
away from the bunch at the tap of tho
bell and came In a wheel length ahead of
Collett. Hoffman was third and Bowler
fourth. Time, 6:20.
Tho three-fourths amateur handicap
went to Carl Redman. Agrnz mime sec
ond und Heagren third. Time, 1:32.
Pupils and friends of Chrlsteni'en's
academy will sp.end June 1G at Saltalr,
Children's matinee 3 to G; grand ball S
p. m. ;
A Hot Time
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Aim of Feudists
In Shooting Bee at Bryantsville, Ind.,
Participants Only Killed No
BRYANTSVILLE. Ind., June 11.
Three arc dead and two' wounded,
one fatally, asthe result of a duel
fought on the streets of this vil
James Rout, aged 32.
Charles Rout, aged 3G. ' V
Milton Tow, aged 34.
James Tow, aged 32.
FranlcTow, aged 26.
The light Is the culmination of a feudfl
between the Rout and Tow families
which has existed for several years.
The Routs reside at Bedford, eight miles
east of Bryantsville. and the Tow boys
are farmers near here. The latter are
relatives of the New family, which par
ticipated in the notorious Tow-Bass
feud which made a bloody record in
Battle a Bloody One.
A free gravel road election wa3 being
held here today, and the little village of
300 was crowded. Farmery from the
surrounding country gathered and there
bad been considerable drinking. The
fight took place In front of an election
booth. It Is in doubt as to who llred.
the first shot. Each of the live men
drew k revolver and each side ad
vanced, all firing. The men were not
fifteen feet apart when the firing oeayed.
and on the ground three lay dead, one
dying Willi a bullet through his neck
and one still stood with a bullet wound
through his arm and one In his side.
None of the by-standers were i'truclc,
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Underwood. A. J 1S4 3O.CO0 50.00
Underwood, A. J- 183 30,0)0 50.00
Wise. John C... 129 1.(00 5.(0
Wren, Joseph 253 - 1,500 7.00
Weber. A. J 330 3,000 5. GO
And In accordance with the law and an
order of tho board of directors, mado on
tho 2Cth day of April, 1904, bo many ahares
of each parcel of soch stock as mav bo
necessary will be aold at the company's
office, No. 503 Progress block. Salt Lake
City, Utah, on the 5th day of July, l&Ol.
at 2 o'clock p. m., to pay the delinquent
assessment thereon, together with the '
coal of advertising and the expenso of the
"ale. MAX KROTKI.
Secretary of tho PcrJne-SurprlHe Gold
Mining Company, Salt Lako City, Utah. ,
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Toxnpl Sto,,
Salt Lake City.
JOS75ETI F. SMITH. Prealdcnt.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlco-PrcfllflenL
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'BWAM, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Sollcltod. Special nttcntion to
coratry trado. Corrcapopdpnco '""''
3. J. Daly. W. P. Noblo. Vlco-Precidonts.
A. IL Peabody, Ano't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Ealt Lake City, Utnh.
Tho Oldest and Stronscnt Bank m Utah.
Undivided profits J
Transact a gBncral banking business
domestic and fornlgn. . . ,
Direct connoctloDo tvIUi. baJiKH la all
principal olUcs ot th vrotlfl.
Crafts I n 031
Lexers of Crsfltt, , Drout
Tolcgfttptalo Tran&fera. J cmo.
CopobUb rccolyed subject to chock.
H. L. MILLER, CaHhrar.
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1641. 1 60 O FFICBB,
THH OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, Goneral Mwjagor.
Utah. Idaho and Wyoming.
Office in PTogwa bldg , Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $3J&0O.00,
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 3S53. IncorporoiCll C503.
Transact a General Banking Busmeno.
BAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
-QESEBET NATv&NAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Suit Lako City, Utah,
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, 5250,000
jr. s. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER. '
ir fl. YOUNG, E. S. HILLB,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safo deposit boxca for rent
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. 3 DEPOSITARY.
PRANK KNOX Prenldratl
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlco-Preoldenti
W. F. ADAMS Cashier,
CAPITAL PAID IN. M0O.CO0.
Banklnc in all its branches tranoaoted,
Exchange drawn on tho principal oltlea
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
IJcCORNICK & CO.,
gait Lata City, TJtali.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
National Bank Republic
At Salt Lake City. In the Stale of Utah,
at the clode of business June . 10I:
Loans and discounts ?1,219,4G5.C4
Overdrafts, secured and un
U. S. bonds to secure circula
U. S. bonds to- secure United
States deposits .-. 200,000.0")
1". S. bonds on hand , 3OJ.O00.O0
Premiums on U. S: bonds 30,000,00
Stocks, securities, etc , o0.203.03
Banking-house, furniture and
Due from National
banks (not reserve
agents) J 234,35-1. 2S.
Duo from State banks -
and bankers 163,017.10
Due from approved
reserve agents 336,375.30 1
Checks and other cash
Exchanges for clearing-house
Notes of other Na
tional banks , $,740.00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
cents 353. S3
Lawful money roservo
in bapk, viz: . .
Lgal lender noies'-... . 13,000.O5,l
Redemption fund with '
U. S. Tr:.-i3iiror (3
per cent of circula
. : ,M.022,'C1S.D0
Capital stock paid- in $ 3(0,(00.03
Surplus fund , CO.OOO.OO
Undivided prollts, less expenses"
and taxes paid . 71,704.32
National bank notes outstand-
InS , 3tO.000.OD
Due to other National .
banks S 120,0SS.7'.
Due to State banks
and bankers 179.S71.C2
subject to chock .... 1,2S5,'227.-J2
Demand certificates of
Time certificates of
Certllied checks ..j.... 3,131.00
Cashier's checks out
United Stales deposits 115.5IX),1
Deposits of U. S.'dls-
bursing officers 53,921. 3$
State of Utah. County of Salt Lake ss.
'I, W. F. Adams, cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tht
above statement Is true to the best" of my
knowledge and bollof.'
W. F." ADAMS. Cashier.
FRANK KNOX, '
S. HAYS. &
J. C. LYNCH. r
Subscribed and sworn to before ino this
llth day of June, 1M.
X13SI L. A. EVANS, Notary Public.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District ot tho Stato of
Utah, bounty of S.-.lt Lake. James Beat
tie, plaintiff, vs. Emma Bcattle, defond
Tho State of Utah to tho said Defendant:
Y'ou arc hcieby 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 serv
ice, and defend the r.bovo entitled action;
and in case of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will bo rendered against you accord
ing to tho domand of the complaint, a
copy of which will be Herved upon you
with a copy of this summons.
Farnsworth, Lund and Truman. Plain
tiffs Attorneys. P. O. AddroPs, Templ"
ton block, Salt JLako City, Utah. 1370
-Im Manufacturer otpi'
IV tSv a n ? dcale" 1 n I i
V Jewelry and JI&- I 1 ,
monda and other precious stonet
o pay particular attention to 1
flrpt-class watch repairing Ait L-c
well prepared to do all work n IT'
that llae, as we carry a fui avf"
cortment of maxerlal. Ijn.
B 259 SO. MAIN STiif1
itifvTiTTTrjrtt'iwr f nrr numj Vf'
California and Eastern Btoti
. ' ii
ASSESSMENT NO. 9. ,' '
Silver Shield Mining and MlIlliiR ct& ' I
pany, a corporntlon. Principal p!ac o.' I
business. Salt Lake city. Utah. 'elk.- i
There are delinquent upon the (oIIotci ' il
described stock on account of aMtwaa
No. 9. levied April SO, 1901, the ureal f
uniounts set opposite the names of tbtn-
Bpcctive nhareholders, as follow! , re
h?- t, N,ame- Sharts. Ait i
545 B. S. Armstrong 1 0.0 P.H
917 B. S. Armstrong 1,0W I
915 Jos. Andres 2.V0 .S ?
950 Jos. Andres . . I.CjO K.ii
9SS Jos. Andres . 4,0 13 r
1031 W. W. Armstrong. .. K0 HU '
23 John Burleigh HO 1SJI
322 Annlo,M. Backup 10) Ml
9fil Barnett & Langley. ... 250 1.1 ' -
1203-A. E. Blckford.. . l.VA KM, I
12L2 Gt:o. W. Bowdon 2(0 (A . t
lift" A. D. Cole 1,00) .J !
11M-A, D. Cole 40) lia
lC7Frod M. Curtis .. 1,(0) U'J
17 Fred M. Curtis 1.0.0 '4
873-rKred M. Curtis 1,) . i
1036- Fred M. Curtis . l.ttO 5i.'i
1018-Fred M. Curtis., 10) Wi
175 Ella S. - Curtis. i.OZl Vlt
433-Hcnry Cohn K0 S.'J 1
1152 H. B. Cole 50 15' . ,
3W-Jamc3 Clinton 1,(0) ,
SS3 E. n. Cabanski 5M liil ! (
3002 E. R. Cablnskl 00 li,' ,
$95 E. R. Cablnskl 2.0 U j .
004 Mrs Lizzie Condon . 1
R3C M. Cohn 2,0.0 (JJ '
794 Abraham L. Denhara... I,0 ) A
770 Frank J. Dorger 6.0.0 1 4!
S65 M. Dernham "c Son... . 1,50)
112G-W. IL Dunn 2.(01 C9. ,
11W-W. H. Dunn l.Cv) -
-45 B. Armstrong l.W
12 R. Forrester 10) 15.W
37S R. Forrester 1 0
62 Dr. W. E. Ferrebee. . . 1.(0) 1W '
fcl Dr. W E. Ferrebeo . . 1.(0) .
C-l Dr. W. E. Ferrfbco 1.0 .
65 Dr W. E. Ferrcbeo.. 1.(0) SM
6-Dr. W. E. FerrebP.o . 1.0') V.'
1163 Everett Fowler l.cOi V.t
me-C. F. Finnell 1.0C0 S. !
&I4--Elslo Gansel 1,(0)
1164 D. Guernsey 70) fl. I
1214 D. Guernsey 15-Ct ;
1118-Charles Glarser l'
-M-C. M. Garrison. ... 1 . 1
257-Mrs. Ella A. Goldlng ... X0 &A ,
1007 A. Hanauer. Jr M !
US1 Hudson Sons Co. "0 1?
1237-C. E. Hudson ICi ' (i
4C-S. C. llazelton !,''
4&1 Robert Howard lift :5-Ct ;
4S-Robert Howard &
1129-J. L. Hamilton KO b-'J !
Pfi3ll. S. Hurlbui t ECO !
974 IL S, Hurlburt ....... 50)
119S-J. D. Harrison... . 1.CC0
1199-J. D. Harrison 4'X U-
773 Frank A. Judd 1.00
1044 Frank A. Judd 1.0CO H
U."7 dcl3u 't" .... 1.0"0 1)-"'
937-H. .1 osrpn .'. '.'.'.... . 1.0"0 W
10)3 H. S. Joseph "00 ' i
1046-H. S. Joseph 0 M;
1070 Morltx A. Kahn 1
160-J. B. Kruallng 1W J-"
47C-J. B. Krusilng -w j-2 ;
543 E. G. Kidder 10) j-J? i
6(&-E. G. Kidder....". 1W M
0-Nelllc F. Kcogh t.Vj)
3120-John Larson W ,1'
81S-E. L. La Rue
S55-E. L. La Rue 0 b-Mi
1234 A. K. Lcsher M
7S9-A. P. Mayhem' ,JW J2'
474 Louise Moore J-W
699 Loula Moore 1-W -if
614 Louis Moore W
1011 L. P. Marlx M JJ-S.
931-Chas. Mayer hM :
957-Chas. Mayer M
994- D. S. Murray .M M!
995- D. S. Murray l.SJ W
99C-D. S Muray J.W
997-D. S. Murray
llC5-ChaE. F. Murphy -g
9151 1. Park tW
1037- J. AV. Paxman
10-Dr. A. G. Robertson . 1.0M g-
529-AV. M. Robert 1.0M $
930-W. M. Roberts l.H f-"'
1CSS-W. M. Roberta - ' 1
414-Kato Real - rt
SOS-Chas. II. Rosenthal., .. l SS
97C-0. W. Rawlins sW
KCS-Mrs. D. Rainsey 1,0) -f'
1105 Edward W. Rainier 300
490- J. G. Stratford .
491- J. G. Stratford .. AO
10S3-J. Edward Shephard. .. tW I'-J-.
70S Arthur Symons ' (
M9-Arthur SjTnons w n, j
796 Jos. Silverman l.;
10:tl-Joo Silverman ..... ... u. y iJ
3071-Nathan E S. Kud J gl
977-T. H. Smith........ ...l.'- 'j.
1025-Mrs. Emma L.Sbephard 1 Jl
3i5S Honry S. Thompson.. .. iw .i, .;
9C2 Jaa. Turner ........... 'fii y.w V
564-Lco J. A'an Ihr 3.W -JJ,
CSS-Lco J. Van Lahr 3,0.0 g
76-D. L. Werthemler 10 t
4S9-D. W. Waltero W
443-D. W. Waltero ij.f.)
??3-D. W. Waltero ...- j w r
G74-B. W. Wright 1
790-E. W. Wrjl - f;.)
S04-D. K. We skopf -W J03.W jl
S7C D. K. Welskopf 3- C$iM
913-D. K. Welskopf $. gaff
der of the board of dlrC0,r?-rartdtl!J
SO. 19-34. so many shares of wch ?arc
such stock sh may bo .JX x(cCeTM
nold at the company's off ce. 61. y,a
nick block. Salt Lak? City. Utoti. 0DpjM
17th day of June. 1&I. at 10 8 m.. '".M
delinquent assessments thereon. &M
with tho costs of advertising and p-" tj
0f Gale' AtLaTetarji
i Office, 517 McCornick block.