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1 ffsDyESPoi November 9, 1904.. ' TKE SALT LAKE TEIBDNE. page sfiVE I
HNS f ILL
Sophomores Ion by
! II to 0,
Hardest-Fought Game of the
'jy Touchdown of the Sophs Gained
! fltfough a Questionable Decision '
of tho Referee.
Br i scoro o 11 to 0 tho Sophomores do
i jsJ the Juniors yesterday nftornoon In
"to birdcst-foupfit game of tho class se
'gji. Tfco hurry-up habit of tho Sopho
iti won tho game, but It Is doubtful
'sW mjula htlV0 accurQd t,ielr ltuJt
'fctWoTO but for tho rank decision of
Cjrcftrci Only a few mlnutos or play
jlsod at tho timo and tho Sophomores
tttin tn tho Juniors' twenty-yard line.
frio itjns failed to advance tho ball ma
, tsUllr and tho Sophs attemptod a falco.
'itoisdtr tackled Brown before tho play
rak-Ullied. hut tho latter made a for-
nrtjajs of tho ball to Marshall, who
ict dashing through for flftcon yards
Vtre downed. Tho Juniors protested,
'fat lis Sophs paid no attention, quickly
op and sent Marshall over for a
,i."llown on tho next play. Tho Juniors
itliaupptaled to tho officials, but without
: rxitis. Considerable wrangling followed,
W Capt. Thomas provnlled upon his meq
sJiliii out the Ktime, which ho will now
pisjL A3 Dr. Ebaugh, who Is president
the board of appeal, saw the doubtful
'f!v,lt li quite sure that tho gamo will
Worked His Passage.
, Tfci Juniors received the ball on tho
Hds.T, but after a series of successful
'teij were compelled to kick. Owen
hl tho oval and cleverly worked his
'tv put tho bunch and started off for a
'bitWoivn. Parko downed him on tho
JoJjr's live-yard line, however, but on
& itit play Bryant was sent over for a
istidown. Marshall missed goal, and
ttocd 5 to 0 In favor of the Sopho-
got tho ball on the next kick-off
uJdoCTi the Held went the Juniors with
."fifi and bounds Alexander. Parko and
,&;Hnj made long gains through tho
' Euacd carried the ball all the way down
C Celd to the Sophs' twenty-yard lino.
1 toH stand by the Sophs won tho ball
lift and a hard struggle followed wlth
t either side gaining an apparent ad
tTuuse. Tho half ended without further
'kajiaj. with tho ball In the middle of tho
Scries of Swift Bucks.
Sophomores began tho second half
ltn a series of swift bucks, but IIop
ty, Die crack Junior center, Interrupted
IBHr march by gathering In tho oval af
.ijr in unexpected fumble. Down tho
ir went the Juniors again, but as be
tis Sophomorea put on a bold front
"R'ufed the ball on their twenty
JzPf. "ne- An exchange of punts and
'''m last tacklo bucks reversed condl
f.5d1J5ave tno P" th0 ball on tho
I'S? hlrty-yard line. It was at this
lwre that the forward pass occurred
i caused eo much trouble.
t,llt? Marshall and Meycrhoffer
ll.rJ",1 bal1 for th0 SoPh3 and are rc
wyib.e for many of their gains. Hop
JJ, .uexander, Hedger and Bonnemort
'fw ru Particular stars for the Juniors.
rW-Thomas and Fullbnck Billings, both
ffcJ'Ji 1erP "nab'o to participate In to
tfi?. tst bfiuso of injuries received
Withe game with the Seniors.
mtcZm ,lned un aH follows:
fe'ir.Hedser. l 7.E.T.' CnS
Am?,. c Cannon
C-w g Gardner
Itulir " n 1 Bryant
W-bom r- - Meycrhoffer
rfeftti !- h. b Jones
PirvT -r h. b Eardley
jr ' f. b Marshall
I Hope Out of the Game.
lPtSirth0cVwSf university tackle, will
fa V, T,,bo abl to compete In tho
tt ho wysl?lana egress tho opln
' iamr i1 noL be abI to Participate
bW Wnany.more thls season. Ho
Mtrn of thl tuL 10 'practice slnco the
ire tiw VTS Several prominent
i -otk ha2Sn,Cd ,n 1101)0,8 nacc but
arf thes n,ado any dcnn,t
-.wm1, ,4an? wns malo In tho
T'Hos whw. W,e8 . whirlwinds last
to 1 "a,f "ack Pitt V.U3 trans-
the "r11"0'1 called bc
trills i2.w.uIadA0Ck bc'lveH this
f1 ll w iS1''! nl3 tcm ofrensivcly
P9 au Rn,,? Practlco &nd from now
I 'waled every afternoon.
"1 L0KrSf-rd ftesh,naa sPrts.
flfcttaw s'onML07'. !'-At tl10 Oxford
?ej'a ffi " - t0day two American
Tlii 2.?Lwa5,flt P-thc half-mile
fa contiirV Young of South
!?l Inches v ,0 hlh Jump with G
flat will hi f0r.,tlw lcO--'ird doah.
.' will be decided tomorrow.
B: rsldo Team Wins One.
"Jlck!on!lrdA,nfo,olb,'1,1 tcam defeated
ioon. Th0 00 cIovon yesterday af
t any 4vnlVnnaers aro anxious to
Bilow it h"nvo"nound tcam 'n the
r'CiUon? c'.W Personnel of their ag
Par''"' nrown, Morgan, E.
T01". KiSr.1V J?cob9on. L. Smith,
ir-KlnKston, p. Morgan, Lavcn-
fecret of Beauty
If iM yjftjj v in thousands upon
BWl is found in thc
u 'A V exclusive use of
1$ Cuticura. Soap
KGd J 0intie-NT, the purest
Palest of emoments.
SENATORS TAKE TWO.
Koilroads Dropped Odd Gaone of Ser
ies on League Alleys Last Night.
Tho Senators captured two' out of tho
thrco games with tho Rallr.oads on tho
leaguo alloys last evening, frho work of
both teams was fair, but no high scores
wore made. The scores:
PJucrgo ics m 174
?i 'I on H2 1C5 155
Hull iS2 220 172
Walker ico ICS 105
Gates iK) 17S 1SC
Total 811 S02 S3
Whltnoy ioi i.H 153
r'co. 1G0 1C0 21
el9on l-H 212 177
r In 222 130 100
Williams. 120 140 1C0
Total S10 795 910
PACTFIO COAST LEAGUE.
Oakland, 6; Tncoma, 3.
FRESNO, Cal. Nov. 8 Tacoma had tho
g:imo won at tho beginning of tho ninth
Inning, when tho scoro stood 3 to 2. With
two mon out, The mas walked two men
and a slng'.o by Bailey and a double hy
Travcrs brought In four runs, making tho
scoro 6 to C Scoro:
, . R. H. E.
Oakland 000 200 001 C S 3
Tacoma ...00L 000 200 0 7 A
Batteries Mosklman and Byrnes;
Thomas and Graham
Seattle, 12; San Francisco, 3.
OAKLAND, Nov. S. Tho Scnttlo toam
scored an easy victory over Sail Fran
cisco today. Score:
R. IT. D.
Seattle 310 -500 12132 13 3
San Francisco 020 000 100 3 0 3
Battorlos Hogg, Shlolds and Blankon
shlp; Barber and Gorton.
Los Angeles, 10; Portland, 2.
LOS ANGELES, Nov S. It was easy
for Los Angoles today and Portland was
downed by tho ecoro of 10 to 2. Scoro:
R. H. E.
Los Angeles 10 11 2
Portland 2 C 1
Batteries Gray and Chance; Starkells
Aqueduct Entries for Wednesday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AQUEDUCT. N. Y., Nov. 6. Aqueduct
entries for Wednesday aro:
First race, handicap, seven furlonja (C):
Roseben 122Rcd Knight ICS
Monet HSBank 105
New York 100 Jerry C 102
Second rnco, selling, mile (10):
Hatchet 106Pat Bulger 10-1
Akela lOSJuvenal Maxim .. S9
Consideration . .. 67Sllvcr Days t 102
Homestead 07CoIonsay 103
Prlnco Salm OUPalettc S6
Third raco, two-year-olds, six fur
Zcala 113TTapper 11C
Dazzlo lMJcnnlo McCabo ..107
Long Dan OSSun Ray 103
Delcnnta llGInspImtion 05
Fourth rnco, the Stonybrook, Belling,
mile and ono-slxteenth (9) .
Lord Bndgo lOOCloverland 10S
Carbunclo lOSBrooklynlto 93.
Thistle Heather . 93Now York 9C
Wlro In lOCGnnlsh 91
Go Between 95
Fifth race, two-year-old maidens, cell
ing, five furlongs (20) :
Eucharcc 100 Madam Satin .,..100
Ismallan lOSCharndella 1C0
Linda Rose lOORevcl 10)
St. Venice lOOBlack Cat 100
Far West ,...105Edlth Brown ....ICC
My Buola lOOBuela 105
Magglo Stroup ..105Annlc Russell ...105
Ralbcrt ' 105Lldtencr 105
Tullulah lCSMakl of Tim
Little Buttercup .105 buctoo 102
Sixth raco, all ages, mllo (11):
Hlldebrand 95Rcd Fox 92
Allumeur OoAlster 112
Raco King lOSToplc 10S
Al for ten lCSBello Slgnora .... 92
Juvenal Maxim .lOtRaglan .105
Blue PIsceon 92RclIanco 105
Cottage Maid ....112Slgnet Ring 103
Weather clear; track fast.
NEW YORK, Nov. S. Aqueduct sum
mary: First race, six furlongs King Popper
won. Old Englleh second, Right and Truo
third. Timo. 1:15.
Second race, mile High Wind won, Ben
Crockott second. Arota third. Time, 1:12.
Third race, tho Crecdmorc stakes, six
furlongs Plrro Lo Folley won, Sufferanco
second, Bluecher third. Time, 1:112-5.
Oxford finished second, but was disquali
fied for fouling.
Fourth race, handicap, mllo and a fur
longDolly Spanker won. St. Valentino
second, Israelite third. Time, 1:52
Fifth race, mile Atwood won, Flammula
second, Red Knight third. Time. 1:SD -I-C.
Sixth race, six and a half furlongs
Mnstor of Craft won, Light Note second,
Uncas third. Time, 1:22 2-5.
Eesults at Latonia.
CINCINNATI, Nov. S. Latonia sum
First race, six fu-longs Girdle won,
Bluo Grass second, Jigger third. Time,
Second race, mile Big Beach won, D.
L. Monro second, Western Duke third.
Third race, live and a half furlongs
Ramshorn won, Ethel Day second, Fire
ball third. Time. 1:07.
Fourth raco. mile and one-eighth Fon
poluca won, Early Boy second, Copper
field third. Timo. l:50!i.
Fifth raco. mllo and one-half Nlaxua
won, Prof. Neville second, Lady Craw
ford third. Time. 2. 30.
Sixth race, alx furlongs Ed. Tlcrncy
won, Cognomen second, Major T. J. Car
son third. Time. l:HYi.
Fuller Will Try to Go Some.
Thursday afternoon at Agricultural
park Bort Fuller will mako his first trial
against timo on thc celebrated "999." Ful
ler 'has been practicing with thc "Man
Killer" for some days past and is now
quite at homo on the scat of tho speedy
"buzz-wagon." Ho has already driven
several miles at a fairly good clip, but
has not undertaken to lower any world s
records. Thursday afternoon tho big
chauffeur will try to do spmo real fast
miles. Ho expects lo hand Oldfleld a sur
prise when they como togethor on Sat
urday. Wasatch Team Defeated.
Tho Oqulrrh eleven defeated tho Wa
satch team In a liotly-contested gamo at
tho Liberty park ground" yesterday. Tho
game terminated In a free-for-all fight, at
which timo tho score stood 20-0 In favor
of the Oqulrrhs. Below .in their line-up.
Mclntyre, 1. e.; Vlcr, 1. t.; Hclberg, I. g,;
Hoy, c: Rump, r. g.; Hanson, r. t.; Levy,
r. e.; Hardy, q. b.;.TImmlns. 1. h. b.;
Mills-Davis, r. h. h.; tlcrshfall, f. b.
Contests on Gridiron,
At PlttsburK-Western University Of
Pennsylvania 62, University of West Vir
Byesbitelni Crow at Shanghai.
SHANGHAI. Nov. S. Tho officers and
crew of thc Russian torpedo-boat destroy
er Rycshltelnl. which tho Japaneso cut out
of thc harbor at Chcfoo on August J-',
have arrived hero on the Manjur, with tho
exception of thc commander, who escaped
at Woosung. Ho Is probably now homo
ward bound on a Gorman mall steamer.
Whisky Market Demoralized.
PEORIA Nov. S. Tho whisky markot
Is demoralized ns tho result of tho war
botweon tho Independents and tho trust.
Desplto the action of tho Independents
yesterday In declaring $1 21 as a bed-rock
basing prlco for finished goods, tho truBt
is ofVorlng and selling thouaands of bar
rels at $1.23,
flalf Minnie Required
to Mark It
Cheered Enthusiastically by
Crowd as He Emerged
Beached Tfls Homo at 9:41 O'clock,
and Immediately Drove to
OYSTER BAY, L. L, Nov. S. Presi
dent Roo8ovelt and hln party arrived
here at 9:41 ai m. today on a special
train from Long Island City. The Pres
ident was driven directly from the sta
tion In tho carriage of Mrs. J. West
Roosevelt to the polling place In thc
Fifth precinct of Oyster Bay. There
he cast his ballot. No. 164.
Casts His Ballot.
Tho President was received with en
thusiasm by an Immense crowd. He
sprang- briskly from the carriage, entering-
the polling place and shaking- hands
with tho election judges. He was given
his ballot and retired immediately to
one of the booths, remaining In it
scarcoly more than half a minute. As
ho camo out and handed his ballot to
the presiding Judge a photograph was
taken. As he turned away from thc
ballot box he was cordially greeted by
many old friends and acquaintances
who had gathered to sec him. Descend
ing the stairs he entered the carriage
with Mrs. J, West Roosevelt and went
for a drive. As he drove away the
crowd cheered him enthusiastically.
Given Cordial Reception.
The President's reception at the sta
tion was notably cordial. The station
building had been decorated with flags
and bunting and a crowd of Eeveral
hundred persons had assembled to
greet him. lie was received with cheers
and the waving of flags as he left his
Joined by Friends.
At Long Island City the President
was Joined by several friends, among
them being F. C. Travers, W. Emlen
Roosevelt and his daughter, Miss Chris
tine Roosevelt, and Alexander Russell,
Jr. At Richmond Hill Jacob RIIh board
ed the train and came to Oyster Bay
with him. At Jamaica W. J. Youngs,
United Stales District Attorney for the
Southern District of New York, also
Joined the parly.
Fairbanks Strikes Wrong Booth.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. S. When Sena
tor Fairbanks went to tho polling booth
he was accompanied by hlB two Bons,
Richard and Frederick. The Senator wont
to tho wrong booth and was directed to
hlB own precinct voting place. He was in
the booth one minute and twenty seconds.
As ho loft tho polling placo Senator
Bevcrldgo came up to vote.
PRESIDENT AT WHITE HOUSE.
Roosevelt Arrived in Washington at
6:16 O'Olock Last Evening.
WASHINGTON, Nov. S. President
Roo30vclt and his party, who went to
Oyster Bay laBt night to vote, returned
to Washington at C-1G o'clock this even
ing. Accompanied by Capt. William S.
Cowles, ho Immediately entered a car
riage at tho station and was driven to tho
White House. Tho President's private car
was attached to tho rear of a regular
Pennsylvania rallrond train which was
loaded with passengers, many of them
who, llko tho Chief Executive, had been
to their homes to cast their ballots for
tholr favorite candidates.
It took only a mlnuto for thc President
to alight from his car after tho train camo
to a stop and, with Secretary Loeb, he'
hurried out of tho station and left by a
sldo door for his carriage. Ho cordially
acknowledged the greetings of the specta
tors who had gathered, and of tho unusu
ally largo detail of policemen and detec
tives who had been sont there to seo that
no harm befell him. His exit by tho sldo
door was a disappointment to a large
crowd who had waited In tho station to
get a gllmpso of him.
Accompanying tho President from
Oyster Bay to Washington was Mr. E. E.
Merrltt, a neighbor who hag been ac
quainted with him for a long time and
who will be a guest at tho White House.
Capt. Cowles had voted at his homo in
Connecticut and Joined tho Presidential
party at Jersey City. Tho President's trip
from Oyster Bay to Washington was com
paratively uneventful. Mr. Roosevelt
spent his timo chatting with thoso about
him and reading. At Trenton, where tho
train made a brlof stop, a considerable
crowd had gathered and thoro were loud
cheers for the Presldont. Tho latter was
at luncheon at tho time, but, In responso
to tho demands of tho people, ho camo
out on tho platform and, In a few words,
acknowledged their greetings and thanked
them for their well wishes. At West
Philadelphia, also, thero woro a number
I of peoplo for whose greotlngs thc Presl
1 dent bowed his thanks.
BANISHED TO ARCHANGEL.
Woman Nihilist Spends Twenty
Years in Pxdson, Now Released.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov, 8.' Mary Flg
ner, who has been confined to tho Schlus
selburg fortress for twenty years, haa
been released and banished to Archangel,
northern Russia. Tho woman wao con
demned to life Imprisonment for partici
pating In nihilist conspiracies, Sho waved
nor handkerchief as a Blgnal Indicating
tho approach of Alcxandor II. when ho
was assassinated hero In 1SS1. Her
brother, a famous Russian singer, Inter
ceded in her bohalf with Alexander II.
and secured a commutation of her sen
tence to twenty years' Imprisonment. As
tho woman still ahowa desperate nihilistic
sentiments, sho has now been banished.
Cortelyou Votes at Hempstead.
HEMPSTEAD, L. I. Nov. S.-Chalr-man
Cortelyou of tho Republican Nation
al committoo cast hlH voto at IiIb home
here today. When uaked about tho elec
tion, Mr. Cortelyou said he was conlldent
that the Republican national ticket would
win. Mr. Cortelyou returned to New
York city this afternoon.
To Attend Federation Convention,
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Nov. 5. W. D.
Ryan, State secretary-treasurer of tho
United Mine-Workers of America, left
tonight for San Francisco to attend tho
annual convention of the American Fed
eration of Labor
MORE THAN FAIR
Road F. C. Schramm's Guaranteo Bond"
That Mi-o-nn Will Curo the Worst
Case of Dyspepsia.
The unique plan on which Ml-o-na
Is sold Is more than fair. Unless It
cures dyspepsia and all forms of stom
ach trouble, the purchase price Is re
turned at once In accordance with thc
following guaranteo bond:
"GUARANTEE BONI)! H""
i I. F. C, Schramm, hereby agrco to re-- -4-ftind
tho money paid for Ml-o-na on re-"
-Kurn of empty box.lf tho purchaser tells'"
fmo that it hns failed to curo"
J-Jyspepsla or stomach troubles. This"
-guarantee covers two boxes, or a"
-month's treatment. Price, COc per box."
If It were not practically infallible
In curing dyspepsia and the melancholy,
sleeplessness, and weak nerves caused
by that disease, F. C. Schramm could
not afford to sell the remedy In this way.
His faith In the medicine Is so implicit
that his guarantee bond lo given with
every box he sella
Begin the use of Ml-o-na today, aa a
few days' treatment will give relief, and
its continued use, perfect health.
STIRS SOUTHERN COMMUNITY
Report That Prominont Georgian. Is
to Wed Han. With Nogro Blood.
MACON, Oa., Nov. 8. Such Is tho
Indignation of tho people of Macon
over tho engagement of Mrs. Lee Jor
dan to Senor Don LuIb F. Corea, Nlca
rnguan Minister to tho United States,
that the matter has been brought be
fore the Common Council and has been
repeatedly discussed by that body in
conference with the Mayor since tho
report was first circulated that Corca
Is of negro blood.
Tho fact that the suggestion of misce
genation in connection with the mar
riage was made has been responsible for
this Interference by the Common Coun
cil. Other charges have been made
against Corea, notably that ho has .a
wife and child in Nicaragua, but these
are not considered matters that would
call for public action. The belief that
Mrs. Jordan was to marry a man sup
posed to have negro blood In his veins
was a matter in which the Common
Council regarded Itself as clearly Jus
tified In discussing.
It is true that Minister Corea has
cleared himself of the charges against
him and it has been proved that his
blood Is as pure In Its character as
that of any grandee in Spain, but this
has not been generally made known In
Macon, and the people here arc still
waiting for Information which will
clear the matter up to their satisfac
tion. Mrs. Jordan's Is one of the best fam
ilies In the State, and for this reason
Is under obligations to the State which
she cannot evade, in the opinion of
the people of Georgia.
LOSES VOTE TO MARRY.
Lets Ex-Gov. Bradley Set Date of
Marriage to His Daughter.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 8. With
mallco aforethought, aa ho himself con
fosses, cx-Gov. W. O- Bradley reduced
Kentucky's Domocratlc majority by ono
vctc. When his daughter, Christine, and
Dr. John G. South announced their" cnr
gagoment, tho time for tho wedding was
left to Papa Bradley. Ho fixed it for
"But look here. Governor," said South,
"this arrangement will tako mo cut of
Kentucky oh election day."
"You Bald any day suited you." replied
tho Governor. "Do you want It January
2. 1905 or 1907?"
"Well, no." replied tho doctor, "but I
don't want to loso my vote. My cousin,
South Trimble, Is running for Congress
and I want to voto for him."
"Naturally," said tho Governor, "but,
you ace. you will not bo ablo to."
"All right," said tho doctor. ' "Supposo,
Governor, as I am to be out of tho Stato,
you and I pair on voting, cancelling a
voto In each party."
"Pair!" exploded tho Governor; "mo
pair with a Democrat? No. sir."
RULES OF BEHAVIOR.
Unique Precepts of Brooklyn Girls'
NEW YORK, Nov. 8. To wngo relent
less war on the arrogant "mashers" on
brldgo cars, a group of progressive Brook
lyn girls havo banded In n sort of mutual
protective association. Their rules arc
Don't bo demure. It's tho surest way of
getting Into trouble.
Walk briskly when alone, as If life de
pended upon your steps. Head erect, eyes
to the front.
Don't bo afraid to meet a man's stare,
but let him read In your eyes tho firm
ness of rour charnctcr.
If addressed by an unknown male per
son, become stono deaf.
if followed, walk your fastest, making
inquiries ns you go for an oflloor, who is
likely to bo found.
Bo bravo and good and stand for tho
honor of your sex.
When bilious, try a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
realize for once how quickly a first
class up-to-date mediclno will correct
the disorder. For sale by all leading
GIRL'S SKIRT HIS BANDAGE.
Miss Quenuoll Binds Wounds of Man
Hurt in Street.
NEW YORK. Nov. S. When a big black
liorso driven by Thomas O'Neill stumbled
at Sixth avenue and Fourth street, It
pulled thc driver from his scat and ho
struck an olovatcd pillar and got a bad
Before an ambulanco could gU to him
a pretty young woman who mild sho was
Miss Bcatrlco QucnnoU of No. 133 West
Eleventh street, pushed hor way through
tho crowd and, tearing a long Htrlp of
white lace and cambric from hor skirt,
mado a neat bandage, with which sho
bound O'Neill's woundB. A doctor from
SU Vincent's hospital, who arrived, com
plimented Miss Qucuncll on hor skill. Tho
crowd cheered tho plucky girl.
Are You Modern?
They used to wash on stones;
later, on boards witli soap. (Hard
on the clothes 1) Now Fels-Nap-tha
soaks out the dirt. A lot
better every way.
1 OnoMd" Coffeel
at 35c per pound
3 POUNDS FOR $L00. Is a splendid
cofrt. We believe Oriental Coffco Is
better than other people's 0c. We
don't. give any premium with It, don't '
offor you any inducement to buy it
only quality, and we'll back tho quality
against any 40c coffco in thc city ex
cept our own. Try Oriental Coffco.
CooK Tea & Coffee Co.
Pjio974-Y li nasi 3rd Bo. J
Golden Star Mining & Milling Com
pany. Public notlco lo hereby given that tho
adjourned annual mooting of the stock
holders of tho Goldon Star Mining and
Milling company, a corporation of Utah,
will bo held, pursuant to adjournment, at
the general offlco of tbo company (being
also tho office of tho Western Explora
tion company) In tho Atlas block, Salt
Lako City, Utah, at 11 o'clock a. m. on
Wednesday, November 30, 1901, for tho
purpose of ratifying all of tho acts of the
stockholders and directors of tho com
pany had at the stockholders' and direc
tors' meotlngs heretofore held, including
the resolution adopted at tho last meet
ings of tho directors and of tho stock
holders for the salo of tho entire propor
ty and nssetB of the company, anu aleo
for the purpose of votlnp upon a proposi
tion to dlssolvo tho company, pursuant to
tho Btatutos of tho State of Utah, aa pro
vided for In tho rcBolullons adopted at tho
meeting of tho board of directors on Oc
tober 8. 1904; and also for tho transaction
01 any other business that may bo brought
before the meeting,
WALTER U. FILER,
WILLIAM C. RIGBY. Secretary.,
Dated at Salt Lako City, Utah, October
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Old Evergreen Mining and Tunnel com
pany, Big Cottonwccd Mining District,
Salt Lako county. Utah. Principal pldce
of business Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notice Is hcroby given that at a moot
ing of tho board of directors of tho Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company,
a co-poratlon, held at the office of tho
company, at Salt Lako City. Utah. Mon
day, tho 24th day of October, IDOi. an
assessment of 3 contn per sharo was levied
upon tho capital stock of the corporation,
payable Immediately to H. G. McMillan,
secretary and treasurer of tho company,
at hlH offlco. No. 161 South Main street,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon
which said assessment may bo unpaid on
tho 24th day of November, 1901. will bo
delinquent and advertised for salo at pub
lic auction, and unions payment is mado
before will bo sold at my offlco on tho
24th day of December. 190-1. at 12 o'clock
noon, to pay delinquent assessment, to
gether with tho cost of advertising and
oxpenso of sal'.
(Seal.) HENRY G. McMILLAN,
No. 1C1 South Main street. Salt Lako
City. Utah. Octobor 24. 1904. b21C0
Golden Star Mining & Milling Com
pany. Public notlco Is hcroby given that a
meeting of the stockholders of the Golden
Star Mining and Milling company, a cor
poration of Utah, will be hell at th6 ofllco
of tho company at Joseph, Sovlcr county,
Utah, at 12 o'clock noon Fri
day, December 2, 1904, for tho pur
pose of ratifying and confirming all of
tho acts and proceedings of tho board of
directors and thc stockholders of said
company at tho various meetings of said
stockholders and directors, held at Salt
Lako City, Utah, including tho sale of tho
entlro property and assots of said corpor
ation, and also for the purpose of voting
upon a proposition to dlssolvo said cor
poration, pursuant to the statutes of the
State of Utah, aa provided for In tho res
olutions ndopted by tho board of direc
tors of the company, at a meeting of said
board nt Salt Lake City, Utah, on Octo
ber S, 1904; and also for the transaction of
any other business that may be brought
before tho meeting.
WALTER G. FILER.
WILLIAM C. RIGBY, Secretary.
Dated at Salt Lako City, Utah, Octobor
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Thc Salt Lako Routo Exploration com
pany. Principal placo of business, Salt
Lako City, Utah. Location of mines, Lin
coln county, Novada.
Notice Is hereby given that, at a meet
ing of the board of directors of tho Salt
Lako Route Exploration company, held
on tho 5th day of November, 1904, assess
ment No. 1, of one dollar ($1.00) per sharo,
was levied upon tho capital stock of tho
corporation, payablo immndlatoly to the
secretary of the companj, at his offlco,
No. 101 South Main street, Salt Lako City.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Friday, December
9th, 1901, will bo delinquent, and adver
tised for salo at public auction, and, un
less payment Is made before, will bo sold
on Tuesday. Docembor 27th, at 12 o'clock
noon, at tho secrotnry's office, to pay
tho delinquent nssessmont. together with
tho C03t of advertising and expenses of
sale. J. OBERNDORFER, Secretary.
Dated November 5th, 190t. C485
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lCTiia for lurthcr information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of James William Ashman, de
Tho petition of Mary Ann A3hman,
praying for tho Issuance to hcrsolf of let
ters of administration in the estato of
James William Ashman, deceased, has
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 18th
day of November, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouse, In the
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of
November, A. D. 1904,
rsal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bata division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Thomas Cott Griggs, deceased.
Tho petition cf Robert A. Ure and'
Thomas Hull, administrators of the estato
of Thomas Cott Griggs, deceased, for con
firmation of tho sale of tho following-described
real estato of said decedent, to
wit; Commencing at a point forty (40)
feet north of tho southenst corner of lot
eight (8), block forty-nine (49), plat "C,"
Salt Lnke City aurvey, and running thenco
west soven and one-half (7) rods: thenco
south forty (40) feet, thence west two and
one-half (2') rods; thenco north ninety
four (91) feet ten and one-half (1014)
Inches; thenco east ten (10) rods: thence
south fifty-four ((54) feot ten and one-half
(10V&) Inches to the place of beginning, sit
uated In Salt Lake City. Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah, for thc sum of $1800.00;
and upon tho following terms, to wlti
Cash upon confirmation, as appears from
tho return of sale filed In this court, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 18th
day of November, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouao, in tho
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City. Salt Lake county, Utah,
Witness the Clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of
November, A. D. 1S04.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
G. H. Backman, Attorney jfor Estato.
IN TnE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah. in thc matter of tho
estato and guardianship of J ames Plckard
Murphy, minor. Notice.
Thc petition of Rhoda Murphy Gurnscy,
guardian of tho person and the estate of
James Plckard Murphy, minor, praying
for the distribution of tho estato of said
minor and for the final discharge of said
guardian, has been set for hearing on
Friday, the 11th day of November, A. D.
1901, at 10 o'clock a, m., at tho county
courthouse, in tho courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah.
Witness the Clork of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of
October, A. D. 1901.
fSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
H. A. Smith, Attorney for Guardian.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate and guardianship of Mary Ann
Murphy et al., minors. Notice.
The petition of Rhoda Murphy Gurnscy,
guardian of the estates of Mary Ann Mur
phy ct al., minors, praying for tho dis
charge of said guardian and for tho dis
tribution of tho rcslduo of said estato to
tho persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 11th day of No
vember, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
tho county courthouse In tho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lake City. Salt Lako
Witness tho Clork of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of
October. A. D. 1904.
rSeal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
H. A. Smith, Attorney b-2507
Notice of Assessment No. 11.
Tho Silver Shield Minine and Milling
company, principal placo of business, Salt
Lako City, Utah. Notlco Is hereby given
that at a meeting of tho board of direct
ors of tho abovo named company, hold
on tho ISth day of Octobor, 1?0I, assess
ment No 11 of Hi ents por sharo was
lovled on thc capal stock of tho cor
poration outstanding, payable Immediate
ly to E. H. Mead, assistant secretary, at
511 McCornlck bulldlnc:. Salt Lake City,
Utah Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on Wednesday.
November 21st. 1901, will bo delinquent
and advertised for salo at public auc
tion, and unless payment Is mado before,
will be sold on Thursday, Dec, Sth, 1904,
at 10 ft. m, at tho offlco of tho assistant
secretary. 514 McCornlck building, Salt
Tiko City. Utah, to pay tho delin
quent nssessmont. tneethcr with cost of
advertising and oxpnso of sale.
E. H. MEAD, Assistant Secrotary,
G14 McCornlck building, Salt Lako City.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for tho District of Utah.
In tho matter of William H. King, bank
ruptNo. 600 in bankruptcy. Petition for
To tho Honorablo John A. Marshall.
Judgo of tho District court of tho United
State for tho District of Utah:
William H, King of Bingham Canyon,
In tho county of Salt Lako and
Stato of Utah, in said district, respect
fully represents that on tho 2Uh day of
December last past ho was duly ad
judged bankrupt under tho acts of Con
gress rolntlng to bankruptcy, that he has
duly surrendered all hlo property and
rights of proporty, and has fully com
piled wltli all tho requirements' df said
acts and of tho orders of tho court touch
ing his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo
decreed by tho court to have a full dls
chargo from all debts provable against
lils catato undor said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such dobls as aro oxceptcd by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 7th day of November, A. D.
1901. WILLIAM H. X ICING.
1901. WILLIAM II. KING.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 7th day of November, A. D.
1904, on roadlng tho forogolng petition It
Is ordcrod by tho court, that a hearing
bo had upon thc Bamc on tho 23rd day of
November, A. D. 1904, before said court at
Salt Lako City, In said district, at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon; and that notlco
thereof bo published In Tho Salt Lako
Tribune, a nuwapapor printed In said
district and that all known creditors and
other persons In Interest may appear at
the Bald timo and placo and show cause.
If any they havo. why tho prayor of the
said potltlonor should not be grantod.
And It Is furthor ordered by tho court,
that the clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them at tholr
places of rcsldonco as stated.
Witness tho Honorablo John A. Mar
shall, Judgo of tho said District court,
and tho seal thorcof, at Salt Lako City,
In said district, on tho 7th day of Novem
ber. A. D. 1904.
Seal of Court Attost:
JERROLD R. LETCHER, Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of tho Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lako Emma L.
Pratt, plaintiff, vs. Orthcrus P. Pratt, de
Tho Stato of Utah to tho sold dofondant;
You aro hereby summoned to appoar
within twenty days nftor tho aervico of
this summons upon you, If xorved within
tho county In whloh this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after serv
ice, nnd defend tho abovo ontlllod action,
and in case of your failure so to do, Judg
ment will bo rendered against you accord
ing lo the demand of tho complaint, a
copy of which Is herewith served upon
WILLET &. DALE.
EMMA L. PRATT. Plaintiff.
P. O. addrcas, 407-8 Auorbach Bldg , Salt
ju-uc px;- jiuov tM2z
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October. A. D. 1904. gfl .
eay J0HN JAMES. Clerk. ', HY.
By payld B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. M
N. V. Jones, Attorney for Estate. I'ljji' ' '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Bi ,
Estato of Charles H. Cook, deceased. Mvl !
Creditors tvIH present claims, with Efl'r
ouchers to the undersigned at No. 307 03 1. I
McCornlck building. Salt Lake City, Utah, .KM' . .
a! d" lW3r tho 15111 day o Fobruary , ll'ji.
. . , , CHARLES A. COOK, m'. !
Administrator of the Estate of Charles H. M i .' ,
Cook. Deceased. UTJ
Henderson, Pierce, Critchlow & Bar- 1
rette. Attorneys. M .
t-P??. ot llrst Publication, October 12, A. imA
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- f 1
?at division, in and for Salt Lake coun- S3 ,f .
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho ' M ;
estato of John C. Gray, deceased. Notice. k .!n 1
The petition of Joseph J Sncll. a citizen ',S j' 1
and resident of Salt Lako City. Utah, i'feiV'
praying that he may havo distributed to ffi i '
him certain Inlorcsta in the estato of John , 1 I X,
C. Gray, doceascd, and that upon tho i' A '',
hearing of said petition It bo decreod by ; $
this court that your petitioner Is entitled t fl
to one-fourth Interest In and to said par- ' l 'i 1
ecl of real estate more particularly de- ; a ',
scribed In the petition now on file in tho ; 2
Clerk's office, at Salt Lake City, Salt , fM
Lako county, Utah, and that thc samo Is ( ",'
set for hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of v1 !"
November, A. D. 190-1, at 10 o'clock a. m.. . ft , JM
at the county courthouse, in the court- ' 5j ll
room of said court in Salt Lake City, Salt ' O f'
Lako county, Utah. fi ,
Witness the Clerk of said court, with 'ah;'
tho seal thereof affixed, this 31st day of .f) !
October. A. D. 190i. t
rSeal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk. if ) ,
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk. ';
Snyder & Wight, Attorneys for Petl- Ifi i!lr
tloner. cl ' ''' I
IN THE THIRD JUDICLVL DISTRICT
court, in and for Salt Lako county, Stato I
of Utah, Department No. 1. ji l
In the matter of tho estate of John E. " K 'i'l, ,
James, deceased. Notice , fa :i
Tho petition of James L, James and ; 3 If lH
Nils M. Lundberg. praying for tho ad- i W
mission to probate of a certain document, .' y N
purporting to be tho last will and testa- , ft 1
mont of John E. James, deceased, and for ; -J t;
tho granting of letters testamentary to ' f i;i
themselves, has been set for hearing on i ','
Friday, tho ISth day of November, A. D. . ig
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county i '.-
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said court, m ' i
in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county. Utah. " !,'', '
Witness tho clerk of said court with ; gn
tho seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
November, A. D. 1901. i IH
(Seal) JOHN JAME3, Clerk. ii - IH
David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. ISiI, IH
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Petitioners. ' ki ; .
C39S i'i' 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- Sjj!!i
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun- 33
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho K'
estate of Anna Sophia Llndqulst, dc- y,
ceased. Notice. S.',;'
Tho petition of Alexander Llndqulst, ad- !'
minlstrator of tho estato of Anna Sophia f , :
Llndqulst deceased, for confirmation of f I ' , ll
tho salo of tho following-described real ''
estate of said decedent, to wit: Part of 5i
lot 2, block 51, plat "C." Salt Lake City .S i , jH
survey, commencing at a point 2 rods cast r
and 1 rod south of the northwest corner J' ji' jl
of sold lot. thenco cast S rods; thenco in
south 2 rods; thence west 9 rods to tho !U
cast line of Jeremy street, thenco north 2 j,
rods to tho place of beginning, situated In 5 vM
Salt Lake City. Salt Lako county. Stato i I
of Utah, for tho sum of $651.00; and upon -j IH
tho following terms, to wit: Cash upon I, ll
confirmation, aa appears from the return ' A''
of sale, filed In this court has been set a Il
for hearing on Friday, tho ISth day of .
November, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., n I ;
at the county courthouse. In the court-
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, a n JB
Salt Lake county, Utah. t .
Witness the Clerk of said court, with ij :,'
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of '. ' j
November, A. D. 1904. l
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. ij ' ,
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clork. j li,
G H. Backman, Attorney for Estate. . ,!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, j 'U .
Estate of Wm. G. Lyons, doceascd.
Creditors will present claims .with j ,
vouchers to tho undersigned, at C0 and , IH
509 Progress building, Salt Lako City. ' IH
Utah, on or before thc 20th day of July, ' ( ' IH
A. D. 1S05. "
W. T. GUNTER, ,;
Administrator, with will annexed of tho Ji "
Estate of Wm. G. Lyons, Deceased. lr
Dickson. Ellis & Ellis, Attorneys for , ; I
Estate. I .
Date of first publication, Oct IS, A. D. I V
1901. bl635 JM
NOTICE TO WATER USERS. f;
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City,
Utah, October 15, 1901. , l J
Notlco is hereby given that tho Contl-
ncntal Mines and Smelting Corporation, -by
its manager. Henry M. Crowthor. V; HBpJ
whoso poslofllco nddrcss Is 409 Dooly j
Block, Salt Lako City, Utah, has made i pj
application in nccordanco with the re- ' ,
qulrcmouls of Chapter 100 of tho Session ' ;
Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriate twon- ,', 1
ty (20) sccond-fcot of the water flowing I, ; I
In Littlo Cottonwood crook. Salt Lake ' I J
county, Utah. Said water to be dlvortod i J
from tho main stream at a point about i ;
flvo thousand eight hundred (SJOO) feet II: '
abovo tho intake of tho Columbus Consol- UBpJ
Idalcd Mining company's plpo' lino, from Mr i
whero tho water will bo convoyed through I
a flume and pipe for a distance of about )BpJ
5000 foot and thoro bo lined for tho do
volopmcnt of power, whlcl. is to bo used '
for propelling mnchinory at thc Contl-
nontal Alta Mill In the Littlo Cotton- i' : J
wood mining district. After having been j. (
o diverted and us" iUo water will bo
.? '"vl to tho DV.ral channol of Lit- i -,' I HSpJ
tid oHiotievood creek at a point about "u jH
SCO fcot abovo tho lutako of tho Colum- jj' J
bus Consolidated company's powor plant 1 i
plpo lino. , )i J
All protests against thc granting of said V .
application, slatlnc thc reasons thcrofor ' pSa
must bo made by affidavit and fllod In ' 1
this offlco within thirty (30) days after ,'. BBBJ
tho comploHon of tho publication of this . HBHJI
notice. A. F. DOREMUS, .(j , t nfAf.
Stato Englnoor. jj '
Dato of first publication, Oct IS, data .'
of completion of publication, Nov. 17. , HBI
.! , HffflffJ
NOTICE. ' ! '
To tho stockholders of tho Star Con- ,
Bolldatcd Mining company.
Tho Star Consolidated Mining company, . y j
having acquired from Milan Packard j JBB
100.000 shares of tho capital stock of said .' ;
company, all registered etockholdora of i
said company aro hereby allowed to pur- j J
chaso pro rata, thc stock held by each. i J
to wild 100,000 shares at lCc per share, cost J
price, on or before December 1901, by ;
applying to the secretary of thc com- h
pnny. room 432, Atlas block, Salt Lako f
City. This offor applies only to pros-, , H
out outstanding stock or transferred out- j."
standing stock which has not participated ., , J
in offor to purchase. All stock so pur- . J
chased to bo delivered to purchaser by j;
tho company on or about December 22. i
1904 but payment therefor made prior to j. 1 I
December 7, 1901. Holders of stock de- j. )
siring to participate In purchase must J", . . tJjHBpJ
present certificates to secrotary at timo l .i i
of pavmcnt to be stamped. 1? .. ,
By order of thc hoard of director. 1 1
Salt Lako City. October 21, 1901. '
II. G. McMILLAN. President ' ll
W. H. Farnsworth, Secretary, haiG9 - ,