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1 Automobile Races
j lis Atfernoon.
; i i m "Dare-Devil Jed" Newkirk and Bert
j BD Fuller Meet Today at tho Apri-
r ' i'lfia cultural Park Track.
; 'f. SB "Dnro-devil Jed' Newlclrk will rIvo nn
B exhibition of fast motor-car driving at
;'" WM Agricultural park hls afternoon. Tho
ill yrosrammo that wan postponed from last
. mm Wednesday will bo plvon today, and thoso
1 , am who attond aro promised a thrill for
i. ' ijfl Miolr monoy.
. am In addition to tho exhibition by Now-
V ; IB lilrlc thoro will bo a raco between Bort
WM Fuller, In Sorauol Nowhouso's 24-horsc-
" Sm power car, and "Daro-dovll Jed" In his
fni m-horscpowcv "95?." Owing: to an accl-
iff dent to his machine, Fuller could not
I ill i ompcto last Wednesday, ho tho raco waa
! nil postponed until thin afternoon,
i ( In today's race Puller will bo plvon a
J HjB liberal handicap and Newklrk will have
' i HH ' ,ot n,a "rofta-klnr" Co soma to over-
1 ' jfI lake tho local chauffeur. Fuller la known
, j an io 1m ono of the most reckless and dar-
, i am . np drivers In tho West, and If ho Is boatcn
' am thlH nftcrnoon It will bo through no fault
! l f bla own, but because his machine can-
! Ml not &lvo him tlio desired speed,
i ul There will no doubt bo a fair attend-
jjrtfl men of focloty peoplo at tlio raco moot
HB I i bin afternoon. Automobile racing ap-
iBll poals to tho bettor class of sport-lovers,
inn "tnd, judging from tho attendance last.
' Wm Wednesday, there will be a generous
, ; 'fall sprinkling of society folk at tho race-track
' ''iitlll 1,1,9 afternoon.
'-tilfl r-asL n'Kbt tho "mnn-klllcr" waa tested
and found to bo In perfect working order,
i 1 kflV 1 1,0 njanngromont has arranged So that
1 ill there will be no tedious waits at the
am park this afternoon. Tho first raco will
'HI begin promptly at 3:30 p. m.
lltfJI ?n addition to tho auto races thoro will
jjjjH he some motor-cyclo contests.
If I WALCOTT IS HELD.
I m Negro Pugilist Will Have to Answer
jj B Charge of Manslaughter.
' $ jg BOSTON, Oct. 28. Joe Walcott, the
ij 9 negro pugilist, was held for the grand
I 9 jury today In $2500 on. a charge of
jj 9 manslaughter In conectlon with tho
Ij 9 death of another negro, Nelson Hall, re-
l9 rently. The putlllst's revolver Is said
lfu to have been accidentally discharged,
4 1(9 and a boll which first went through one
iDH of "Taicott's hands, 'badly injuring it,
JljjjB entered Hall's breast, causing- almost
, 'fl instant death.
11 ijjS Maher Knocked Out.
i ID9 PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2S.-Beforf the
jKfl ' J'roadway Athletic club, Peter Malicr has
M cen knocked out by Fred Cooley of Chl-
I ft 19 ' Mahcr took tho count after r-
!'; yn tclvlnr; a body blow In tho llrst round.
I! m PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE,
i m Tacoma, 2; Oakland, 5.
W SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23.-Oakland
a m bunched tho hits against Thomas today,
ft n ihrco runs coming in the second inning
4 m on a trio of safo shots. Oscar Graham
; p HI v as in lino fettle and kopt the lilts scat-
", Jj HI tercd. Score:
-: I 9 n. e.
:rf! 9 Tacoma 010 000 001 2 C .1
I fl 9 Oakland ..030 000 U'-o S 2
1 m Batteries O. Graham and Sink; Thom-
1 ffij :a and C. Graham.' Umpire, Perrlne.
i jj Portland, 0; Los Angeles, 5.
i PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 28. Bauin was
1 5 n complete mystery to tho locals today,
ji ;.nd as a result Portland received another
i , tt :hutout at the. hands, of Los Angeles
,' .1 starkulls was hit freely and efficients .
, .Manager Butler was ruled off tho grounds
I I if for disputing, a decision of tlio umpire.
, j ; ; IJ ''ho sramo was called at tho end of the
1 : e venth inninc on account of darkness.
' ) J. The score:
f ill R. JL 13.
SI 1'ortlnnd .000 000 00 5 J
; If l.os Angeles 030 002 05 10 0
j - jj Battcrioa Starkells and Kollackoy;
! jj B;iura and Spies. Umpire, Brown.
II :'' jjUffl Seattle, 4; San. Francisco, 1.
! f.I SEATTLE Wash, Oct. 2S. Seattle won
I ' hbI9 a woll-playcd game. Hogg was too fast
1 ln9 lor San Pmnclsco at critical points,
i ilBi9 striking out two men in the seventh and
II illl hrco men In tho ninth. Score:
' I NhSI Scattlo 000 C02 M 1 o' i
I ! BIB Francisco 000 000 001 1 C 0
I ' 111 ill Batterier Hogg and Leahy, Barber anu
i i iHfll Sheu. Umpire. Casldy,
I We Risk It
H Druggists Who Sell
; . Dr. Miles' Nervine
i II Agree, If It Fails,
J,; To Refund Cost.
'ffliM Of courso wo rcimburso tho drugat
mm ' lltlw You lcnov'' lllm- ana trust him.
' ' Iffffl Dr. lilies' Nervine Js racdlclno for yonr
9 flffl norvc.i.
Kat 11 cures dl3casea of tho internal or-
u9 gans, by giving tono to tho nerves which
J ' WU make theso organs work.
9 ', 9 It la a novel theory not of anatom7,
9 l;i l9 but of treatment; first discovered by
) 119 Dr. MUca. and Blnco mado w.o of by
9 I I lfl9 many v.ide-awako ph-slclans. who ap-
flulH prcfclato lta value In treating tho slclc
mmt '' nHn 11 you aro s,c "vro ffcr you a way to
'iIhI mado wcll Br. ilUea Nervine,
"'i Wm T1:l3 mcdJcIno ,0 a scientific euro for
tt nervo disorders, such ns Neuralgia,
mm 5' ill Headache. Loss of llcmory. Blecplcss-
mm ness, Spasms, Backacho, SU Vitus'
HI Banco, Epilepsy or Fits, Nervous Pro3-
mm f-' ' 111 trallon, etc.
;ii nH By toning up tho nerve's. Dr. Miles'
mm ' mm rtcstoratlvd Norvlno will nlso euro thoso
mm V'i ' fflH diseases of the Internal organs duo to
' mm a disordered nervous sj-stcm.
umW ! S Bomo of theso are: Indigestion, BI1- ,
lous Headache, ICldnoy Trouble, Chronlo
mmL mm Constipation, Dropsy, Catarrh, Rhcuma-
m tIsm clc-
W KM brthcr hnd ner-ous prostration,
mmm ll mm an ?'a" 1101 expected to live. I pro-
mmW 'h BIB n","1 (MponxTh,nl to trV Br. Miles'
mm V 1 1 K etoratlvo Norvlno. and now ho has
',' ffi fully recovered. You remember 1 wroto
9 W ; 11 ! you ho' lt NLved my llfo a fow years
9 5; i 01 : ttS when I had ' nervous trouble. I
mm I- '" 1 lVrtslh "1..rU?L t everyone," REV.
Lm h Jij M. D. MYERS. Correction vlllo. Iowa,
,? B IPREE "Wrlto us ana wo will mni!
mW '' K 7?,. .you ft. Frco Trlnl Package of
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ll W Sclent (lc Remedy for Pain. Also Symp-
ij. II i"m,.Blank our Specialist to dlngnoso
fl ,i r vca8o o"d tell you what Is wronc
1 H snJ how ir,r,5ht Absolutely Freet
Leading Teams of Utah
"U" Team Plays at Denver,
Aggies at Portland, High
Schools Meet Here.
Iocal Interest Centered in Game Be
tween Snlt Lako and Ogden
! ! v i ! v r v I- -!-
-I Today's Games. . v
University of Utah vs. Denver
v University, at Denver. 4
4- Utah Agricultural CoIIcko vs.
aiultnomah A. C, at Portland.
I- Salt Lake High School vs. Ofiden
Hlsh School, at Cummlngs field. v
4. 4- 4. j. , -j. j. .j, j. ?. .j. j. .v. .t.
This Is a red-letter day In Utah's football
calendar. Tho four leading teams of tlio
Stnto play this afternoon In dlfforont
parts of tho West, and the results of tho
contests will no doubt bo awaited with
great interest by throngs of enthusiasts in
this city, Ogden and Logan.
Salt Lake vs. Ogden.
Local Interest centers In tho gamo bo
twoen the Salt Lake and Ogden High
Schools, which will be played on tho Unl
vorslty campus, starting at 3 o'clock. The
keenest rivalry exists between theso two
Institutions, and tho contest Is sure to bo
a bitter and hard-fought one, no matter
which way It goes. Tho local eleven has
held tho lntcrscholastic championship for
several years, and they would not lose lt
today for a farm. On tho other hand, tho
Junction City aggregation Is coming down
to do or die; that is to sny, they will win
today's game Jf hard work can do lt.
The visitors will comu down on a special
train this morning, accompanied by a
large delegation of rooters. Tho local In
stitution Is sure to have a throng of en
thusiasts along tlio sldo lines, so there will
be something doing In tho line of school
"U" Team at Denver.
At the D. A. C. park In Denver thld
afternoon the "U" eleven will battle
ngaJnst tho team representing Denver Uni
versity. Tho 'Varsity team arrived in
Denver last night In good shape, and this
afternoon will do its level best to down
tho Dcnverltcs. Coach Maddock has
worked wonders with the squad during the
pnst two weeks, and the "U" enthusiasts
will not bo very much surprised If their
team walks away with tho honors today.
Aggies Play at Portland.
At Portland tho Logan Aggies will line
up ugainst tho Multnomah Athletic Club
elovon. ono of the strongest teams on the
coast. Tho Aggies have mado a miserable
showing on their trip, being defeated by
largo scores In both ' games they havo
played. If they win today's content all
"dope" will be upset.
Please Hie Crowd
Utah Athletic and Social Club Gives a
Pleasing Entertainment Price
Wins Fencing Bout.
An entertaining programme of athletic
events waa pulled qff at the gymnasium
of tho Utah Athletic and Soclul club on
Main street last evening. Boxing, wres
tling, fencing and bar work were Included
on tho card and the 200 spectators were
Given tho full worth of the admission fee.
Youngsters Uix Fiercely.
Perhaps the featuro of the evening was
tho last two bouts on the programmo be
tween Hackney and Green and Glea3on
and Smith. Theso youngsters displayed
considerable ability for amateurs and
wero ready to mix at all times, much to
tho delight of tho crowd. Honors were
about even In both events and the referee
declared both draws.
Terry Davis, challenger of the Stato at
122 pounds, boxed four exhibition rounds
with a youngster mimed Lyons. Davis
showed considerable speed and cleverness,
but did not demonstrate that ho has a
sleep-producing punch. Ilowover, as lt
was only a friendly match, tho lad did not
have much of an opportunity to tuni him
Price Wins Fencing Bout.
Mujsra. Prlco and Kelly entertained the
crowd with a fencing exhibition that was
won by tho former Dy a score of S-7. lt
was tho ilrst bout of the kind pulled off
hero for somo time and was vary pleasing
to tho spectators. Both men evinced con
siderable ability with tho foils and occa
sionally the bout waxed very warm. Each
of tho contestants was disarmed during
the mill and Kelly broke his blado during
a fierce exchange.
Prof. Bartell and a clnss of young ath
letes gave a very crcdltablo exhibition of
parnllel and horizontal bar work and did
a number of clover turna on tho mat.
Angcll and Parry wrestled three slx
mlnuto rounds without a fall, and the ref
eree declared the bout a draw.
Drlggs and Gregory, two middle
weights, went threo fast rounds also
Gregory secured ono fall during this time
and was given the decision.
E.yan and Root Matched.
CHICAGO. Oct. 28. Tommy Ryan and
Jack Root tonight wero match to fight
ten rounds at Blue Island, 111., on Novem
ber 15 at 165 pounds.
Champion Is Defeated.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 2S.-M1HS
Paulino Mackay of Oakley dofoated Miss
Georgiana Bishop, tho national champion
at the open gold tournament on Country
club links today. In the final match by
a scoro of 1 up, 19 holes.
Contests on Gridiron.
At St. Louls-Purduc University, 11; University'-of
Missouri, 0. - . J
Hard-Fought Class Gamo on tho
University Campus Dovelops
Sophomores 10, Freshmen 0. So ended
Hie hnrdest-fought elnsn game over played
on Cummings Held. The score, however,
falls to givo the Freshmen their dues. At
no llmo did ono tonm show any great hu
perlorlty over tho other. Tho Sophomores'
play was tho most consistent and to this
undoubtedly their victory Is due. Fum
bles on both sides wero frequent. These,
however, added rather than detracted
from the gamo from a spectator's stand
point. Hcrbst, tho plucky llttlo quarter
back of tho Freshmen, caught tho ball on
a high fumblo and ran thirty yards.
Again, when the Freshmen had tho ball
011 their own fifteen-yard lino. C. Y. Can
non, for SophomoroK, grabbed tho ball
from a fumble and ran for a touchdown.
For tho Sophomorca Eardley was easily
the star. Tlmo and again ho broke
through tho Freshman lino for gains of
from llvo to twenty yards. Murshull.
Mnck, Sutton and Quarterback Johob
wero In evidence at all times. For tho
Fio.shnicn. Smith at end played best of
fensive and dcfunslvo game. "Wolf, at
half, and Clayton, at full, held their posi
tions well and proved good ground-gainers.
It was a case of fight from tho tlmo
tho whlstlo blow until tho game wns over.
Luck seemed against tho Freshmen as
time and again they were within striking
distance of tho Sophomores' gonl, only to
loso tho ball on a fumble. Both Bides
wero penalized frequently for off side
plays, duo to tho overdoslro of tho boys
to mix thlncs 11 .
Tho gamo w;is attended by about 200
students, most of whom were sophomores,
but there were enough Freshmen sympa
thizers present to make things lively. This
Is tho first gamo of the college class
championship. The second game Is sched
uled for next Tuesday between the Jun
iors and Seniors.
It was announced today that the collcgo
class of 'M has promised a trophy In tho
shapo of a silver loving cup for the win
ners of the series. Prof. Gibson and In
structor Gibson, both of whom are mem
bers of that class, are teaching at tho
University and to them Is undoubtedly duo
the credit of obtaining tho trophy prom
ised. Tho teams lined up yesterday as
Sutton 1. e 'Whlghtmnn-
Cannon 1. t Jones
J. Smith 1. g McNaughton
C. Cannon c I-Iedgcr
Gardner r. g Tracy
Bryant r. t : Bonnlon
Mehcrhoffcr..: r. o Smith
Mack 1. h. b Hatch-
Jones r. h. b Wolf
Marshall f. b Clayton
Johnson q. b Hcrbst
Referees, Billings and Dougall; lines
men, Varlcy and Cummlngs; timers,
Hatch and Thompson; touchdowns, Mar
shall 2, Cannon 1. Time of halves, 25 and 20.
Worth Entries for Saturday.
Special to The Tribune.
CIHCAGO, Oct. 2$. Worth entries for
First race, mile, selling
Volla lOORabunta 105
Mlngoro lOoMezzo 103
Ethel Abott lOoFoxmead 103
Harney lOSErncst Parhara ..105
Anna Beall HOEthel Scruggs ....110
Jigger HOMurshalsea 110
Rathgar lltiBank Street 113
W. J. Deboe llSBard of Avon 115
Second race, six furlonss
Midge ICFlight 97
Mon Amour y'Truffie Huntor ... 1)7
Downpatrlck ., ..lOOScotch Irish 100
Dixlo Lad lOOKenton ICO
Dr Leggo ICOThe Gndlly 100
Platoon 102Broadway Girl ... 97
Loglstllla 102Pancreatls I0u
Gold Enamel 112CoI. Ruppcrt 112
Third race. Chicago Ridge handicap,
Dixie Lad 92Dr. Leggo 90
Big Beach lOOPalm Tree 100
Matador lOOMIchncl Byrnes ..100
Floxman U2Monte 112
Clgarlighter 112Gold Enamel 113
entry; Dr. Leggo and Big Beach, Wilson
Fourth race, mile and onc-slxtcenth,
Leaf C... SOAhoIa 90
Hands Across 95New Mown Hay.. 95
Rankin 951Iuzzah :i3
Ananias 102Lady Jocelyn IDS
Rankin and Huzzah, Arthur entry.
Fifth race, six furlongs, handicap
Cupltano SOChamblee S3
Sincerity Bell SOCIgarllghter W
Cognomen 'JOAhola 90
Don Domo wPoseur . ,...l.,o
New Mown Hay..lCOGoldun Rule 100
Nannio Hodge .... 9Sl'un the Torrlble.112
Rusk lWMayor Johnson ..107
Sincerity Boll and Clgarliglitur. Miller
entry; New Mown Hay and Golden Rule,
Durnell entry; Nannie Hodge and Ivan tho
Terrible. Darden entry.
Sixth race, inllo and one-half, sclllnc
Excentral 76 La Chaperono SI
Bery Wnddell .... SI Charlie Miller .... ST,
Dutiful Su'Scortlc 9
Sunny Shoro SDBonnlo Lithe SO
Paramount 92Nlaxus ir
Treacy -JILIttle Elkln H
Satire 97Tho Way 99
Ben Chance 102
Weather clear; track fast.
. Coursing Meet at Friend.
FRIEND, Neb., Oct. 2S. Marvis Clair
owned by D. E Carter of Cottonwood
Falls, Kan., won tho Waterloo stako race;
Lord Bluff, owned by L. P. Bartels of
Denver, took tho Waterloo pinto, and tho
Waterloo cup went to Celtic, tho property
Of Blake & Smith of Buttf, Mont. To
day's events were the fustest of the meet.
Waterloo cup. semi-final round Celtic
bent Stylish Lady; Keeley's Malt beat
Final round Celtic bent Keelev's Malt
Waterloo stake, semi-final round Mar
vis Clair beat Colonial Girl; Queen Bush
man was withdrawn and Peerless Beauty
ran a byo.
Final round Marvis Clair beat Peerless
Waterloo plate, semi-final found Lord
Bluff beat Kokorao; Lady Lismoro beat
Final round Lord Bluff beat Lady Lis
more. Special stake for thirty fast dogs who
participated In the Futurity, will close tho
Miles Coming "West
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S.-It was laid at
Democratic headquarters tonight that
?rnA Nw7 A- Jir,!ci wou,d v,slt sme
cf tho Western Slates next week In tho
Interest of iho Democratic National ticket.
Col. Anthony's Condition.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., Oct. 2S -Col
D. R. Anthony's condition Is still s'o-0u4
but he showed somo Improvement today
What else can you buy as
you buy Schilling's Best?
jiscer returns jtnir mone If you dea't lilt It,
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Returning, the Wabash leaves St.
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CALIFORNIA FOR HEALTH.
Mild Climate, Rare Medical Springs
and Charming Scenery.
There are many conditions cf the
body in which a change of environment
1st far more valuable as a remedial
agent than all the medicine that can
California Is peculiarly fitted to give
all that nature can give in this direc
tion. To the newcomer tho environ
ment is so strange and so striking that
it claims the undivided attention.
lSverywhere ar.d all the time there Is
something strange and interesting to
Of climatic conditions the Invalid has
a wide range from which to choose:
In elevation from about 300 feet below
oea level to COOO to 7000 above; in hu
midity from tfie moist sea breezes of
the coast to the dry. invigorating air
of the inland mountain ranges; In tem
perature, from the almost perpetual
tnnnmer of the southern part of the
State to the more severe, though not
unpleasant climate of the upper Si
erras. In addition to all this, there are i.u
merouy mineral springs, many of them
having marked medicinal qualities,
which have already won for them a
wide reputation. At snie of thew
sanitariums have been erected, and all
the conveniences of modern clvilizutlon
are at hand.
There, too, one can enjoy :i more
healthful and varied diet than is acces
sible in any other locality. Fresh fruits
and vegetables the year round; an
abundance of wild gams and meats
that are nutritious and highly-flavored.
A climate where even a delicate per
son can, with no fear of taking cold,
spend ten or twelve months in the open
air, needs few accessaries in the work
of restoring impaired health or vital
ity. Great numbers of semi-invallds
already go to California to escape the
cold of the Eastern winters, and find
to their constant yurprlse that a great
er part of a California winter Is almost
an exact counterpart of the balmiest
days of an Eastern spring.
For descriptive and Illustrative liter
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general agent Southern Pacific com
pany. 201 Main street, Salt Lake CItv
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238 & 240 Main St. Both Phones 605
RSgk$$ES HAIR BALSAM I
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Notice Thoro mh , .V CrTN
following decH&d s&u3
assessment levied on 55fl
suat, 1501. tho several6 th fflft
olio th names otftSuLtli
holders, as follows. tt3tU?fr
K. Seln 81tei
?s-w. p. Bein ".:::. ,
f,,H,wln:: "'I i
Oio Jos. HauH.3 Kfl l
JJ Irvine & Maaon. V &
Orant Swan ... sEo 1
91-C. L. Rood ' , 1
P?-C. U Rood..... kta J
lft34 John Dcrn ... to) 1
303G John Dcrn J
03D John Dern J
lHS-Mro. H. H. MoVa'tlr;" 5
11D3-B. D. AVIcklna.. ?
lltS-A. T. S.mtord. too I
1IM-CA. Doln... . i
WV-J. M. Buri, ' U')
U-Jas. T. Delosa ,)
J227-W. E. Perwbco !) &
3278-Orant Swan W f
1553-Max E. Smith H !"
1370 W. E. Ferrebeu. H ,
1371- w. f. 3cin : 15 ,
UOS-Jos. Hauw 1 u,
HC H. B. Asndoorlan ,u ;
H39-a L. Rood...... IS .
HCS-Mrs. H. H. Mcln'tlrt"" ?) t
11T0-C. A. Dolo H
1 ISO E. D. Swan . 1 i
HS1 Jao. T. Belcns... " U )
1B2S-W. H. Cark..... ,M 1
1K1-E. It Wells 3 ?
KW C. C. Illeririns : ,C v.
JW5-W. J. Barnott 5
1565-C. L. Rood K
10C-C. L,. Rood J3 S
3T1H-S. W. Warrnbathr..'.''iS 5
15.73-C. B. Bruboker ? i
19U Nettlo Pamo Yii S
1I( M. J. Hardin ..""Hi S
1045 M. J. Hardin- " 3 fc
mCS-M. J. Harfcn T) j,
2003-F. J. O'Neill ,
2012 Thco. Davis fS Ji
2W3-J. IT LInck ."" Ym
:wg-g. n. H-.;th : - 42
rJH-C. t. ?Svery u
2C31-B. D. Swan
20S2-B. D. Swan M u
2IB9 C K, McCornlck. ?2 b
2078 B. XV Griffiths H U
210C Mllii Bamberger .... " iS U
2100-J IL Llnck jffl U
22C-H. S. Joseph H h
2C10-Q. H. Smith.. ?2 (
223&-.T. W. Skinner... ?3 It
2Z5S-Shccts & Thomuson,... ? Ii
2310 Eva Lloyd Ii
2o25 Max E. Smith !)
23&3 Hudson Sons Co i
2X1 Hudson Sons Co........ H I
23CS Hudson Sons Co K p
24S3-W. J Browning M i2 l!
H31-W. J. Brown ng fffl H
24SO W. J. Browning VjK U
24CO-E. M. West S
24CS-Frank D Hobbs rS, h
252C-W. XV. Rivers U
K27-W. W. Rivera ffi h
2530-. M:. West L
31-B M. West .. J
2532-" M". West J$,
2xll-E. M. West...
JC01-W. J- Browning fni
2MC B. M. West iti f
2C03-E. M. West ffi Ji
2.VM-B M. W-est J
2005-E. M. West
2Cl&-Elolso Allard yo,
2tl8-L,. Wober J
2G20-J M. TLyon . &
2C27-B. M Wcat K0
2R30-W. W. Rivera tCO)
2746 Jos. Crelgnton
2717 Jns. Crelghton j m ,
r74S-Jaa. Crelghton m
2745 Jas. Crelghton i.orr) g
2777 Jos. Hause ccco 2
27 0 J. A. Pollock & Co... ..uji))
And In accordance with law uJk
of tho board of directors, aj,
tho 20th day of August, isot J
shares of each parcel of euch nd
may bo necessary will be ooll
1E1 Main street. Salt Lake City, r-sfj
the 15th day of October, m, at uTw
of 2 o'clock p. m.. to pay drilr-
Fcssment thereon, together wllb
of advertising and expenses of nit
blG A. J. QI'N'TOiLL. Stta
At a meeting of the board o. a
of tho Joe Bowers Mining conpiy.M
this 15th day of October, v i
abovo dato of sale of delliis! js
m hereby postponed until Tcwiij,
1st day of November. 1S0I. it tie u
hour and place.
A. J. GUNNELL, Stam
Hannapah Mining and Si
Principal place of business, EiSIA
Thoro aro delinquent upon lh ti
lnt;-descrlbed stock on account tlt
niont levied September C, LM. Ut
amounts set opposlto the names cl.'
spectlvc stockholders, as foUowi.
Is'o. Name. Sumhj
13 Frank B. Work ....,., ...XMSI
19 Frank B. Work 5( 5l
21- Frank B. Work W1 !i
22 Frank B. Work 1,3 If
W J. D. Wood .M I.
61 W. B Skinner II
77-J. J Clark Mf
7S-M. S. Mocdonald ... 5 Wl
101-E. P. Graham IM Ul
103 E. P. Graham ?j V
1G0-E. P. Graham M
121 Joseph Klewans '.S ,A
13C-John H. Ruhlln W iH
137-John H. Ruhlln t
152- C. Z. Work l !
153- C. Z. Work W
l&l-C. Z. Work ig
1E5-C. Z. Work r
15G-C. Z. Work
191-A. P. Honson
193 J. B. Delifontnlne
191-Frank B. Work V
39i-Frank 3. Work .
19ft-Frank B. Work 1 '
197-Frank B. Work f
lS-Frank B. Work J!
1&9 Frank B. Work - t
2CO-Frank B. Work j
201 Frank B. Work f i
202 Frank B. Work rj
203 Frank B. Work T
201 Frank B. Work -1 y
20J-Frank B. Work S ,
200 Frank B. Work 2 t
207-Frank B. Work S 0
203-Frank B. Work . .. .. -ji
And In accordance with th
order of the board of dircctorJ. -tomber
C. so many BhartJ
necessary of each parcel of mW n
be sold at tho compaiiy s oinc-. m
block, on tho 29th day of 0?.&
10 o'clock a. m., to pay lM"3cstt
ments thereon together 'n it
advertising and expense of
D10S2 W. E. DLOCIv. Sf-1'
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Old Evergreen Mining rAri'iS
pany. Big Cottonwood
Salt Lake county. I tnli
of business Salt Luke CIt. l'JT,r
Notice la hereby it tit
Ing of the board of dhectr, "
Evergreen Mining and Tf",.?
a corporation, held at thec(
company, at Salt IJ ftfiJ DJ
day. the 2-lth day of OcWbtf
assessment of 3 cents per s ?"5 rrV
upon the capital t rc W
payable Immediately to U " r.-i
secretary and treasurer c v
at his ofTlce. No 161 SoutJ
Salt Lake City. Utah Any .-J-which
said aMessm:nt iM )
tho Uth day of Xovem'- ,tl?
dolhiQuent and advertised i - aS
lie auction, and unices r ,., c
bofore will be sold at nw . 3tfj
th day of December L jt'
noon, to pay de"nW Yti 1
gether with the. cost of na
e1iea') f "lENBT G Mrtjj
No. 161 South Main j
City. Utah. October J. 1- M
CALIFORNIA AND HASXij
And All Sporting l
i 23 W. 2nd Sott I