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THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1904. THE SALT LAKE TRIBXJjSTE. PAGE THREE H
9 LOWER RECORD
wince Alert Does lot
j' Beat His Time,
fiffwo Races Decided at the
(Jjfiv Memphis Driving
k iftyiyidend Stnke and Magnolia Stake
Sjjfc Were Both. "Won by Fr.
t tjjtf' voritea.
KmEMPHIS. Tonn., Oct. 19. The Divl
WrsijEentl stake for 2:20 trotting and the Mag-
fjablla stake for 2:14 trotters were dccld
Tpfd at the Memphis Driving park today,
"'iBonnle Resell, driven by -Scott Hudson,
eilnnlng the former and Llzonjero the
Jptittcr In straight heats. Both horses were
Rprlnce Alert, with Curry In the sulky,
attempted to lower hla own pacing rec
'""';Bord of l;59fc. Accompanied by a runner
Ehe non3c ncKtlatC(1 tnc 11,11(5 m 2;01 1,at
"ft Lou Dillon has rccovcrod from tho at
Eack oi "tnumPs" from which she suf
Rcrqtl Tuesday In tho raco with Maj. Del
jjKmar. She was tnken out of her stall
;'" jMay and jogged slowly around the track.
Sblvldcnd stake. 2:20 trot, $20CO, two In
OvKhrce Bonnie Russol won two straight
Wl!heats In 2:1014. and 2:1111. Brilliant Girl,
Clarence S., Ozono and John Caldwell also
ifcMngnolIa stake, $2000, 2:14 trot, two In
thrse Llzonjero won two straight heats
Mln 2.-OS14 and 2:054. Artgiola. Lulu, John
?KMc, Lady Patchlo and Turloy also
",2;0i pace, purse 51000, two In three, un
?jlnnlshed Sphinx 3. won tho third heat In
jl2:07tf. King Direct won tho second heat
ilt,n 2:05i. Bollo Mc won tho first heat
't'iBn Zdihi. Dry Monopolc, Oregon Maid and
..WDon N. also started
wRI 2:05 pace to wagon, amateur drlvors,
.jio In three, unfinished Angus Pointer
!.ifcwon the second hoat In 2:04. Baron
ijMjGratton won tho llrst heat In ZMYi.
sSjWlIorning Star also started.
flBft'Prlnco Alert, to beat 1:59 pacing Time
fdKpy quarters .50. 1:00, 1:291, 2:01.
I "Worth Entries for Thursday.
a Special to Tho Tribune.
fc'CUICAGO. Oct. 10. Worth entries for
j I First race, five and one-half furlongs
J Losigltto 102 Mon Amour 102
Dixelle 102Sparkllns 102
uJi Ixiglatllla 102Slmillclty 102
Elxie Lad lOSBlack Dutch 105
rj I. the Terrible-... 105Lochlnvar 110
A 'Ethel Day 112Lawlcr 115
A iSIr Brlllar 115
EaJ l-Becond face, selling, seven furlongs
j Sunny Shore 102Chantrelle 102
& (Goodman 102Rcckoner 10U
- Varney . 105Jackfull 107
Card. Wolsey lOTMelstcralngcr . ...110
Automaton HORankln 110
jji Beaut. & Best. ...HOHandsomc Man ..112
"IIA Third race, Alplno stakes, one and one-
i thth miles, selling
ggle LewiB SSGIorlosa 96
uzzah . ... OCEthylcnc 9S
hola lOOAnanlas 101
Fourth race, six furlongs
UEa 97Ro3Sjourno 100
in Jose KOPlatoon 100
atador lOOItegale 102
onte lOTiGold Enamel 105
utter . 112
Fifth race, one mile
ucy E. S MAUIs Vlrglc 96
'Ine San DCIshlana 99
urallghter . . ...102Lady Jocelyn . ...102
3J, Sixth race, selling, one and ono-quartcr
sM SS9'J- of Fortune. 02Excentral OS
,wl ilinrl!e Miller .... 93Ethel Scruggs ... 94
J Vrd of -Avon SSSeortlc 100
'A (RLIttlo Hlkln ...lCOTrcacy 103
S Mr. l'urnum 103 Paramount 101
J ?Ben Chance lOSLouls Kraft 113
aJ k Weather clear; track fast.
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUIS Oct. 10. Delmar summary:
'2 SJtrst raco, flvo furlongs McGetta wop,
yL ifwakeful accor.d, Ajinlaquam third. Time,
tl loScconc' rncc' nve and a half furlongs
ztl 'I9r Flour v;on, Jack Moran second, Lady
V fLou third. Time, 1-0S-V,.
1 i Third race mllo and a sixteenth Lemon
5Gh-l won. Second- Mate second, Golden
K ftUght third. Time, 2:02'.
jT jL Fourth race, seven furlongs, handicap
i 7tcn8lon won, Commodoro second,
A! J.Terns Rod third. Time, 1:27.
jy Hi Fifth race, mllo and a sixteenth, sell-
i 5('nK Ingolthrlft won, Bengal second, Can-
?5 jyoa third Time, 1:48.
2 Sixth race, six and a half furlongH. soll-
iw guig Tender Crest won. Ivcrnia second,
W IMI-jh Manncra third. Time, 1:22.
,1 I Summary at Jamaica.
7 if NEW "i-'ORK, Oct, 19. Jamaica sum
Jj: 'iniary: First raco, six furlongs Ascension
' JSWon. New York second, Israellto third.
i r s.e,cond race, mll and a quarter Stonc
1U1 IS?" won Clovcrland second, Glisten third.
WJ Time, 2:03.
li Thlra acc, selling, Ave and a half fur
m fIfs-Dlamond won, Belligerent second.
2 f "SPle third. Time. 1:07.
55 ' w.V0Urlh rJcc. tho Southampton handicap,
J "i and a, sixteenth Dolly Spanker won.
lM. g Orthodox second, Hamburg Bello third.
21, 'nie. 1:43 4-5.
irYillt l"acc flvo and lialf furlongs
4 iJi0 r6l,:v .won Ineplration second, Culobra
S'Q- Time, 1:GS,
v I ,ol,,n racc mUe and seventy yards Wa
rM i X. PftPuS.y ,won- Spring Silk second. Step
tflj V.Away third. Time, 1:47.
! "Worth Summary.
CHICAGO. Oct, 10-TVorth summary:
uS Se. sbc and a half furlongs
narmn Scarum won, Ravlana second, An
a.o Alone third. Time. 1:23.
fniJ'4 rAce- mllti nnd alxteenth-Dutl-tK
- 0Ji Pox Meade second, Barkelmore
won RiSivS' slx furlongs-Mayor Johnson
ITS ! S-5 0OCOnd- CrlBls Uilrd. Time.
ecowithurac4' e-Fedoral won, Idlo
Klf h ,Harnc' lrd. Time, 1-41 3-5.
seebna c?' on? ra'le-Docllc won. Mingo
Blxih' ?,,vcr M?ado third. Tlmo, 1:42 3-5.
Mlrhkniw."' nvo and a halt furlongs-
ik Results at Elmridge.
9l,!wS&ITY' Mo.. Oct 19.-Elmrldgo
nesn won, Robin Hood second, Joo Goss
third. Time. 1:14-
Second race, one and one-sixteenth miles
Hans AVagncr won, Payne second, West- I
em Duke third. Time, l:50y
Third raco, seven furlongs Uncle Char
ley won. Girdle Stone second, No Trumper
third. Time, l:29ii
Fourth race, the Priests of Pallas
stakes, one mile Otto Stlfel won. Alma
Dufour second, San Nicholas third. Time,
Fifth race, atecplechnsc. handicap, about
ono and one-fourth miles, purse iC0, for
throe-yenr-olds and upward. Creolln won
by one and one-half lengths, Mrs. Grah
nan second, Schwar.wald third. Time. 2:41.
Sixth race, flvo furlong Lou Merrill
won, Doctor C. second. Maccno third.
Time, 1:05, I
RnceB at Interstate Fair.
USWISTONi Ida.. Oct. 19. The results
at the Lowlston Interstate fair today
2:17 trot or pace Prince Tom won In
two straight heats. Sam TJowers second,
Bonnie M., third. Best time, 2.19.
Flvo furlongs Mildred won, Abonlto
second, Albemarle third. Time, 1:02',;.
Qunrtcr-mllc dash Rattler won. Popu
list second, Jessie James third. Time, :24.
Jcsslo Jnmca finished first, but wns.net
back for foul riding.
Six furlongs, Idaho stakes My Surpripo
won, Bud wado second, Charles Swolt
zer third. Tlmo. 1:21VL
Six furlongs Znza won, Sallle Goodwin
second, Hogarth third. No timo.
At SI. Louis "Washington university,
26; Drury college, Springfield, Mo., 0.
At Ann Arbor, Mich. University of
Michigan 72. American College of Medicine-
of Chicago 0
' RECORD-BEEAJtENTG- RUNS.
Automobile Club of America Takes
Stand Against Rao3 on Highways.
NEW YORK, Oct 19. A decided
stand against record-breaking runs
over public highways has been taken
by the Automobile club of America,
The board of directors cf that organi
zation has, it is understood, Indefinite
ly suspended a well-known local auto
moblllst, who established a record in
June lost between Boston and New
York, negotiating- 245 miles In 6 hours
Until reinstated he Is not only barred
from the privileges of the Automobile
club, but he Is debarred from track or
road competition In this country, or In
any country the National Automobile
organization of which ha8 established
relations with the American club. Sum
mary action was taken when it became
known that planH were being made by
the same men to attempt another rec
ord run with a car of much higher
Promises wero made by the club last
winter before a committee of the New
York Legislature that if fair treatment
were accorded In legislation then pend
ing the club would do Its utmost to dis
courage reckless driving. J Although
several record runs have been made
the case in question was the only one
which could be officially proved.
FOOTBALL- GAME SATURDAY.
High School and All Hallows Elevens
Clash at "Walker's Field.
Next Saturday at "Walker's field tho
High sohool and 'All Hallows football
teams come together. Tho A. H. C. ag
gregation Is somewhat of an unknown
quantity, and Is expected to givo tho Red
and Black pigskin artists a vigorous run
for first honors They have been coached
by Freeman Bassett and aro said to bo
However, tho High school boys will not
admit the possibility of defeat, though
they acknowledge that they will probably
have a hard game. Every night for sev
eral weeks past the team has been glvon
a stiff iiractico under tho direction of
Dick Ogelsby, D. A. Callahan and others,
and the youngsters aro reported to be
playing fast ball.
Yesterday afternoon tho High school
second team trmmcdtho All Hallows
second eleven by a score of 35-0. Tho
collegians at no time had a look-in, and
tho west side aggregation scorod almost
as they pleased. Below is tho line-up of
tho victorious team:
Center, Newton; left guard, Cot
tle; right guard, Bowen; left tacklo.
Young, right tackle. McCurdy; loft end.
Rlesley; right end, Richardson; loft half,
Hlgson; right half, "Wolf; full back, Berk
ley; quarter back, Bousej
IilPTON IS GAME.
Sir Thomas May Again Race for the
LONDON, Oct. 19. Discussing the
probabilities of a challcngo for the Amer
ica's cup, the Yachting World jaya.
"Many have taken It for granted that all
proposals had been deilnltely shelved, ao
far as Sir Thomas Llpton was concerned,
but thero Is less Justification for tho as
sumption that his regrettable withdrawal
means tho total collapse of all chances
of an Immediate reopening of tho con
test Kenneth M. Clarke, one of tho
foremost Clyde racing owners, dropped
his aspirations when Llpton moved ngaln.
but his IntercBt in this international
phase of sport remains unabated, and re
cent negotiations bring It well within the
bounds of posnlblllty that he may enter
Sir Thomas Llpton was shown the
Yachting World'a article today and said
to the Associated Press that It Is utter
ly incorrect to assume that lie has aban
doned the Idea of challenging for the
America's cup. He had. he said, faced
great difficulties in securing a dcGlgnor,
but ho had not given up.. He had given
George I. Watson carte blanche In the
matter of securing a boat, and was still
hopeful of success.
G9 Scheduled for Next Monday Is
BUTTE, Mont., Ocl. 19. The Herrcra
Goodman match, scheduled for October 21.
has been called off, an announcement to
that effect bring made this evening by
Jorry Clifford, manager of the Silver
Bow Athletic club. The reason assigned
Is that tho Mexican Is sick and In no con
dition to meet tho St. Louis lad.
Head About to Burst From Severe
"I had a severe bilious attack and
felt like my head was about to burst
when I got hold of a "free sample of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. I took a dose of them after sup
per and next day felt like a new man,
and have been feeling happy ever
since," aavs Mr. J. W. Smith n Jullff,
Texas. For biliousness, stomach trou
bles and constipation these Tablets
have no equal. Price 2P cents. For
sole by all leading druggists.
Those Who Will Play
in P. N. League.
Full List for Next Year Is
Indications Ato That Boise Does
Not Intend to Bo in
SPOKANE. Vrash , Oct- 19. Tho full
list of ball players reserved by tho Paolflo
National league for 1905 Is announced as
Spokane Rockonflold, Holland, Howlott,
"ForriB, Hogg, Dolsol, Bowman, Loucks,
Stanley, Frary. Murdock. Dammann,
Klopf, Mattlnke, Hanrahan, Putmann.
Butte McHalo, Huber, Bandolln, Run
kle. Spencor. Dowllng.
Salt Lake Esslck, Bruyotto, Forsyth,
Glmlln, Clark, Thomas, Castloton, Dol
mas, Muller, "Weed.
Boise No reservations. It Is thought
this may mean Boiso dooB not intond to
be In the league
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Seattle, 11; Los Angeles, 7.
SEATTLE, Wtah.. Oct. 19. By a sudden
streak of batting Scattlo ovorcamo Los
Angeles's lead and won out by a liberal
margin. Warron and Charlie Hall faced
oaoh other. Warren had all tho luck
oarly In the gamo and Charlie had more
than his sharo in tho latter part, Scoro:
R. H. E.
Scattlo 200 C02 52 11 17 2
Lob Angeles 020 120 020 7 7 3
Batteries Charllo Hall and Leahy;
Warron Hall and Spies. Umpire, Mc
Donald. Tacoma, 2; Oakland, 3.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19. There was
llttlo opportunity today for tho players
to fatten their batting averages. Moski
man and Thomas wero oppoeed at tho
points and so speedily disposed of bat
ters that times at bat wero few. Luck,
however, favored Oakland and victory
went to that team by a closo markin.
Scoro: R. H. E.
Tacoma 100 100 0002 C 3
Oakland . 100 100 10 3 G 1
Batteries Thomas and Hogan; Moskl
mon and Byrne.
Portland, 3; San Francisco, 7.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 19. Timely hit
ting by tho visitors and looso fielding
caused tho homo team to lose Portland
today's gamo with San Francisco. Score:
R. H. E.
Portland , . 000 010 2003 9 C
San Francisco 003 000 3107 7 0
Batteries Starkells and ICcllackoy;
Wheeler and Wilson. Umpire Brown.
Boy "Wins Kite Prize Contest.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 19 Tho World's Fair
Jury today decided that In tho contest for
kites to rise to an altitude of at least 500
feat, with 00 feet of line, awards should
bo made as follows: First prize, $500, J.
B. Wardwell, Stamford, Conn., second
prize, 300, J. N. Fataut, St. Louis; third
prize, S200, H. B. Bristol. Webster Grove,
Mo. The winner of tho first prize Is a
boy of sixteen
BRILLIANT S OFF IN FRONT.
Defeat the Independent Aggregation
After an Exciting Struggle.'
Standing of the Teams.
Railroads CC6NonparcIl3 333
Tuxedoes CCC Senators 333
Brilliants CCJIndcpendcnts . . .333
Tho Brilliants und Independents played
their first game of tho loaguo season last
evening, the former aggregation winning
two out of tho three games played, A
largo and enthusiastic crowd watched tho
work of the pin artists, which was of a
fairly high order for so early In tho sea
son Tho llrst game went to the Brilliants bv
a margin of fifteen pins. Tho Indepen
dents took tho next one, finishing four
points In front. Tho third and last gamo
went to tho Brilliants by more than &0
pins. The scores:
Evans 149 201 152
Spitz 172 ICS 1S2
Davis 190 1G2 KVi
Alder 173 203 177
Howo .. 145 153 151
Total .'. S20 S90 S27
Young '. 15(5 169 1ST
Mayo 1S1 1C3 160
Downing 1S3 109 1S1
Tobln 13G 201 172
A. W. Smith 190 17S 155
Total SIC S5 SS5
Coursing Meet Again Postponed.
FRIEND, Neb.. Oct. 19. The opening cf
tho Friend coursing meet was again post
poned on account of stormy weather. Tho
weather conditions are bettor tonight and
the coursing club expects to start tho
first pairs In the futurity stnko Thursday.
POOLROOMS IN PORTLAND.
Council Overruled tho Veto of Mayor
and Rooms Will Open.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct 19. The council
of this city today overruled tho veto
of the Mayor of an ordinance passed
some weeks ago permitting tho selling of
polio In this city on horse races. The
matter has been bitterly contested since
the ordinance was introduced and so
otrong was the opposition to it that the
Mayor was induced to hold his approval
even after It had passed' the council by
a largo majority. It is expected that all
tho poolrooms which were closed about
tho first of this year, will immediately re
University Students Are Now Eager
to Play Football Spectators
The effect of Saturday's victory on stu
dents at the university Is plainly evident.
There Is no more begging necessary to
get out the members of the team. There
Is no longer a lack of material for a scrub
team with which they can practice. Of
spectators, too, there Is no deficiency.
Lost night they swarmed out on tho cam
pus by the hundreds and as tho contest
betweon the scrub team and tho regular
'varsity team waxed warm they deserted
their seats on tho bleachers and surged
out on tho campus.
By actual count thero wero one hundred
and twenty studonts practicing football
at the university last night. In addition
4p tho regular squad and tho scrubB all
tno candidates lor class teams wero out,
not to mention the many preps. It was a
eight such as has soldom been seen at the
university, but from now on will bo re
peated ovory evening for tho next month,
Tho managers and captains of tho class
teams mot yesterday and arranged a
schedule of gamos to decide tho question
of clas3 championship. A managing com
mittee, consisting of tho four class man
agers, Ben TIbboy, Roscoc Groo, J.
Brown and Allan Spenser will manage nil
tho games, In conjunction with Dr.
Ebaugh. They will dccldo on all ques
tions, especially thoso on eligibility,
which promise to produce somo interest
ing disputes. At yesterday's meeting It
was decided that no person who over
wore a "U" or now wears ono will bo nl
lowed to participate in tho class gamos.
No member of this year's football team
nor of the scrub team will bo allowed to
play, but all others will bo eligible.
The schedule of games as agreed on
yesterday is za follows: October 28,
freshmen versus sophomores; November
1, seniors versus Juniors. November 4,
freshmen versus Heniors; November S, Ju
niors versus seniors; November 11. fresh
men versus Juniors, and November 15,
seniors versus sophomores.
At tho end of tho season an all-class
team will be solcctod, which will play
the scrub team. A trophy will bo pre
sented the team which carries off tho
honors In tho class contest.
NEWKIRK ARRIVES TODAY.
Celebrated Chauffeur "Will Reach Salt
Lake This Afternoon.
"Jed" Newklrk, tho daro-dovll chauf
feur who will entertain Salt Lakers at
Caldor's park next Sunday afternoon
with his thrilling ride In, a mlle-a-mlnute
motor car, is scheduled to arrlvo In this
city today. Orlando Stovens, who Is
managing tho meet, received a telegram
from Newklrk yesterday stating that ho
would reach hero somo tlmo this after
noon from Colorado.
An entertainment committee, represent
ing tho automobillsts of Salt Lake, was
appointed yesterday to meet Newklrk
upon his arrival horo. While In this city
tho famous chauffour will bo the guest of
several prominent motor car enthusiasts.
Harvard Wins Golf Tourney.
HAMILTON. Mass., Oct 19. Harvard
won the intercollegiate golf champion
ship for tho seventh tlmo today, defeat
ing Yalo In the final round of team
matches on tho links of tho Myopia Hunt
club by a score of 13Vfe to 7. Throo Harv
ard men and two Yale players won their
matches, while tho leaders of tho two
teams, H C. Egan and Max Behr, wero
even un at tho end of tho day's play ot
HEAVY GUN PRACTICE.
War Department Has Decided to Dis
' continue It.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10. It has been de
cided by the War department to discon
tinue heavy gun practice at Forts Han
cock, "WadBWorth and Hamilton. Artll
lory officers say conditions about Lower
New York bay have become such as to
render practice with the big guns almost
Impossible. This was illustrated at the
last practice, when twenty-one days
were occupied on a piece of target work
which on a clear range would have been
finished in a forenoon. Vessels con
stantly were getting In the way, and so
long as any craft were near the target
firing had to be suspended, as orders
strictly prohibit taking the slightest
Residents at Sea Gate and Coney
Island complained recently that the con
cussion from the guns was doing great
damage to their homes breaking win
dows, loosening plaster and damaging
KILLED WHILE WRESTLING.
American Negro Sentenced by Berlin
Court for Slaying Opponent.
BERLIN, Oct. 19. An American ne
gro named Newls has been sentenced
at Naumburg to six months' imprison
ment for manslaughter, as the result of
the death of his opponent In a wrostllng
At a sharpshooters' festival, held at
Zeitz, In Saxony, a mason named Lan
zendorf, although weighing- only ,115
pounds, and a dwarf In stature com
pared with the negro, accepted Newls'
challenge to wrestle. Newls quickly
threw him, but Lanzendorfs shoulders
were not squarely on the ground, and
he endeavored to save himself by arch
ing his body. The negro Is alleged to
have thrown his weight upon the ma
son, causing' the latter's spine to break.
The negro pleaded that he acted strict
ly according to the rules.
Studonts at Yale.
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct, 19. Prelim
inary figures of tho registration of stu
dents In the various departments of Yale
university wero glvon out today. Tho
total number of students enrolled at tho
present tlmo Is 2995. this being tho largest
number In tho nlstory of the university.
Approves Policy in Philippines.
WASHINGTON, Oct 19. Bishop H. w!
Warren of tho Method 1st-Episcopal
church, whoso homo is In Denver, hav
ing returned recently from India and tho
Philippines, called on Prcsldont Roose
velt today to oxpress his appreciation of
tho American policy In tho Islands.
Go by the book you find
in our package, and have
such tea as will make you
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B. li. SchetHer Asks
B. R. Anderson Appointed
to Wind Up the Busi
ness. It Is Claimed That Depositors Will
Get Most of Their Money Mr.
Schettler's Career, r
Upon petition of Secretary of State
Hammond and Attorney-General Brceden
tho private bank of B. H, Schottler, 22
South Main strcot, was yesterday placed
In the hands of a receiver for l'ulda
tlon. The action was taken upon tne c
quest of Mr. Schottler, upon the Secre
tary of State ruling that the now State
law requiring private banks In this city
to novo at least $50,0)0 capital applies to
banks established before the law went
into efOect. The law. It appears, is not
explicit upon this point, and the ruling
has only recently been made by in-- of
llclal charged wltli the enforcement of
tho new provision. Mr. Schettler has
been doing business on a cash capital of
iZOOO, and, being unable at this tlmo to
raise the amount required to make up
tho discrepancy, he asked that a receiver
Anderson Is Appointed.
B. R. Anderson was appointed by Judge
W. C. Hall of the District -court as re
ceiver for the bank, and his bond was
llxcd at SJ5.GO0. " Mr Anderson qunlilled
for the position during the day, securing
as sureties W. S. McCornlck, In t'.ie sum
of $20,000, and W. A. Rosslter, In tho sum
According to the bank's last statement
it had assets In the amount of $115,SSS.'J3.
with liabilities of the same amount. The
assets comprised, loans and discounts.
$52,801.39: bonds, stocks, etc., $.17-10; real
estate, 5 lO.Gl'J.GS; due from other oanks.
SICO.H; cash on hand, 510.477.29; current
expenses and taxes paid, S72IS.59. The lia
bilities were glvon as: Capital stock paid
in, $5000. individual deposits, $7397. C, sav
ings department. $100,858.23; certificates of
deposit, 325S3; cashier's checks, $50.
Depositors Will Be Paid.
Mr. Schettler said yesterday that the
bank would be ablo to pay depositors al
most In full. If not quite so. The only
Item of tho assets, In his opinion, which
might show shrinkage, would be the real
estate, and that only In the event that
a too speedy salo was forced. Ho be
hoved, however, that matters would bo
adjustod with satisfaction and Intimated
that he might bo ablo to reorganize and
resume business, although not caring -o
mako a detlnlto statement to that effect.
Receiver Anderson had not yet examined
Into the bank's affairs and was unable
to express an opinion upon the extent to
which liquidation would be possible.
Mr. Schettler's Career.
Mr. Schettler hna been In tho banking
business In this city since 1S73, when ho
started Zlon's Savings bank for tho Mor
mon church and placed It upon a solid
footlnir. Ho held the position of cashier
of this Institution until 1S91, when ho
started his own private bank under the
Territorial laws, which required only
$0000 paid-up capital for such a bank.
It was while he wa cashier of Zlon's
Savings bank, on July 10, ISO. that Mr.
Schettler became the victim of one of
tho moat sonsatlonal bank robberies ever
perpetrated In Salt Lake. Early In tho
afternoon, of that day two young mi-n
appeared at the bank and represented
that thev wanted to deposit a consider
able sum of money, but that It might be
after banking hours. before they could got
around with tne money. Mr. Schettler
accordingly agreed to hold the bank open
for them a reJisonable length of time
Thov reappeared about 4 p. m., when Mr.
Schottlor was alone In the bank, and,
pretending that they wero about to mako
the promised deposit, one of them struck
tho cashier on the head with an Iron In
strument and grabbed a pile of monej
from tho counter Both young men os
cancd at tho time, but as Mr, Schettler
knew them well, they were soon captured-
Ono was David Rich, son of C. C
Rlch, an anostle of tho Mormon church
and tho other was tho son of Ellas
Smith, who was then Probate Judgo,
Young Rich afterward pleaded guilty and
served a term In tho penitentiary, but
Smith was discharged. Mr. Schettler was
rendered unconscious for a tlmo by tW
blow ho received, but lis groans were
heard by W, C Dunbar, who w.ib In bus
iness next door to the bank. Dunbar
found tho cahlor bleeding copiously from
the wound on his head, but the Injury
did not provo serious
CORN MEAL CHEAPER.
Attempted Corner Turned Out Badly
for the Buyers.
Cornmeal was the only product handled
by the grain and flour merchants which
came In for a change at the mooting of
the exchange yesterday afternoon. In
stead of paying from 51.90 to 52 a hundred,
which has been the price for some time
past, dealers may now obta.'n cornmeal
at from $1.70 to $1.80. Tho decline, of
course, is due to the large harvest of
corn In the. Eastern States, which will
shortly be put on tho market, and brok
ers who have bought up quantities of last
year's cornmeal In tho hopo of advanc
ing the price, Hnd It necessary now to un
load beforp tho new cornmeal is put on
At tho mooting of tho exchange yester
day five carloads of oats, seven carloads
of wheat and three carloads of bran
changed hands at Uic prevailing market
Yesterday's local bank clearings
amounted to $781,547.93, as against $503,
72S.S3 for the same day last year.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
P. A Nellson et al. to Charles E,
Ellis Warranty deed. 1 aero 2 rods
northwest quarter section R, town
ship 1 south, range 1 oast $ 2tK)
John J. Corum to Alex Winter Lots
6 and 7, block 5, Coatcs & C. Lako
Brcezo addition 200
Susan B. Pratt to Carl D, A. Dosch
cr 3x10 rods southwest from 5 rods
of northeast corner of lot 1, block
CL plat B 4-050
Job Harker to James S..W. Frame
VJz acres, otc, northwest quarter
of section 11, township 2 south,
range 1 west 1
Wnld Van Cott to Frank V. Van
Cott Lots 20 and 21, Holland sub,
etc , 1
Roxlo T. Fenton to J. E. Langford,
Jr. Lot 24; block 2, Wahoo sub.. 1C0
Charles M Hansen to George E.
Yondon part southwest quarter
section 25, township 2 south, range
1 west IK
Frltsch Investment Co. to H. L.
Penrose Lots 32 .and 33, block 5,
East Park aub COO
Mamlo Beaty to C. E. Ellis-G.70
acres northeast quarter section C,
township l south, range 1 east.... S5
John Ennls to Twenty-second school
district 1 aero 2 rods northwest
quarter of aectlon 5. township 1
south, range 1 east. 100
Anderson Real Estate Investment
Co. to Charles Andrews 130x10 feet
lot 2, block 16, plat D 2.CC0
Francis D. Brown to C W. Pen
rose Cox-10 feet lot 5, block 22, plat
Sarah E. Tlmpson to Charles D.
Harding 71Vix53 feet lot 1. block .
C2. plat C 3M
C. E. M. Edwards to John B. Mi
lan One-half Interest in lots 1 to
4-23-24, block 2. Utah Southern nd
' dltlon 1
Salt Lake county to P. H. Cand
land One-third Interest In lots 25
to 52, block 5. Falrvlow addition.. 11
Salt Lake county to P. H. Cand
land Two-third Interest In lots 25
to 02, block 5. Falrvlow addition 23
Aaron Kcysor to Elizabeth II. Park
northwest quarter northwest
quarter section 20, township 2
south, ran go 1 west C25
Thomas Quayle to D. S. Karns Lot
12 and oast one-half lot II, block
2. Waterloo addition C
Bank, of Commerce to G. S. Raddon
ct al. Lots 2 and 3. block 1, 5-acre
plat B 1
Boston Close Strong.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 19. There was
considerable doing in the coppers today.
Commission houses were very much lu
evidence and sellers found a good mar
ket for their stocks. Price changes wero
but fractional and this llttlo reaction Is
considered a very good thing. Good peo
ple continue to bo very bullish and pre
dict a much more active and higher mar
ket all around. Tho market closed
strong. Hornblower & Weeks, brokers,
K State street, Boston, and 10 Wall street,
New York, furnish the following quota
tions: Sales. High. Low. Close
Amalgam . ......5371 IW.CT'A $61.25
Bingham 34S5 30.50 30.25
Dalv West 133 13.12V-
Mcrcur . ' 45 .40
Utah 23S5 41.62
United States ...4925 25,00 21.37 24.50
Curb Boston, $5.25.
THE RUSSIAN I I
SPIRITS j I
I Are low, but tho prices In the prod- 1 Hi
b ucts we get from that country aro i i
E high, and bristle goods alone have i tf
I advanced 20 per cent since tho war
j We Can Save You 1
j That Extra Price 1 1
i If you need a fine brush. We were 'a
! fortunate In purchasing ono hun- IH la
I died and fifty of the Kent Brushes, g jl
all samples, and no two alike, and I m
fl you get the benefit under present 'fl
I listing prices, for we will sell them (1
at the same profit wc make on our I tffl
staplo lino of Kent goods. Tako 1 is
advantage of this offer. 1 fia
I Good Whisky Needs No Praise. I jil
Sold by I li
ROPER. (8h MAYER. I
"Tho Zang," 26-28 W. 2nd So. I i
CALIFORNIA AND EASTEBN fl
And All Sporting Events. jk
23 W. 2nd South. 1 '
TURF EXCHAS8BE 11
208 MAIN ST. jl
California and Eastern races. Direct C
wlro for iAl sporting events. 19
California Races open Nov. 12 111
I have something of Interest to cverj- 31
body who plays the races- and who wants 1 1
To flake JYionay I I
Address all communications to F. J. a
Hewitt, care Ohio, 1G0 Eleventh st.. Port- i
land. Or. jl
YOGELER SEED & PRODUCE CO., 1 Ij
B Distributers of UTAH'S BEST j li
ft FLOUR, mado by the Farmers' Wj fif
1 Union Roller Mills, Smithtlcld, m lj
47 West Second South Ij
Under now management. Regular meals
and short orders, everything first-class. ml
Open day and night. Ladles' prlvato Wj
dining-rooms In connection, Joe Yok anil IJI
Chin Chcnn, Proprietors. J H!
New and elegant In all its appointments. linKt'l
ISO rooaia. single or cn aulte. Si room with !im$H
bath. Q. H. Hoimea. gropriator. Sjsfl
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Thoe plsoplo living away from the ,J2B
railroads In the Rocky mountains and illfil
at great distances from Utah through- JllSj
out the United States, who are Inter- Hit
tsted in the exciting and history- Hill
making, anti-church domination cam- m
naiKn now under way in Mormon lands. fJWi
fhould subscribe for The Salt Lake Jj
Seinl-Woekly Tribune, at $1.50 per fig
year in advance - ifl
Chimney Sweep. gyj H
Have your furnace and chimney S.
cleaned .for the winter. National House WilM
Cleaning Co., 131 Main. Both 'phones.