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1'" THE SALT LARE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MOBNI NGr, SEPTEMBER 11, 1906. 9 ' H
I PARK CM
WLbii Tailor base-
IK 'ndS I? r fy
. the Park CUl
IK The thing that
M0i is tlie challenge
r Say a series of
mmcU for the
Bitif that the
K their class and n
U charged Uh
ij much. The as
ES ft: Tailors to the
Kltrltten by Bert
r of the ocals
Kr jtaEgtr Dubel and
BSjwVthe Miners arc
ffsuicd from vreak
EtT the other teams
WSSma of tho fact
tT klr tall-endor days.
C ose' interesting pc
ESS ind Is withal a
K n foTTowo:
Crui. SfPi. io-.,1,ofi;
Ri Silt L' Tribune:
Mfe or the Salt Lake
B?ha Ctlf baicball man
snd bluster of
g"" the diamond, and
HElut tho onco slronj
Kbctr oct of their
W thut Utile Soi.
Kteh of I0B& people, and
KtsiiU, eanscs thorn to
E2ftr d ntrrow mindod
El'jir comlderible sc'iera-,
U hrttUnc un of tho
Hrwbi hr men who havo
j uW. Fark Cnv
BC( titled iwra, which
BD, hi not content with
Eit inr victories, they
Ku nho is directly re
BjjU b thh section of the
BFftk. cu, with untiring
K'b o! public prejudico
KijUll tad cold turn
Bhsgin ratn financially,
Wf&ii Elite league, and
BjJtritl i novelty in tha
Bfe. Tht teira won con
Elruu&r even, anil but
Bltfirtusf jssnaror, whoso
Bisur to mention, would
HTtttfiut with easo. Now
HbiTi lew forced to re
Be o( their once strong
B&frti Pirk City up in
Stir plTd with them,
Hfcfisrti pltco from start
HitfcA in spirit of bra
Hp& orltl to beat them.
Kill li; Park City man
BkI Tilt in orer degreo
Hi' ticsr rich a remark
Bpn; oar loss wss their
Bjt 1; of tho Orden team
Hlna, and tho general
Bjfceiie State league was
Bit: Parle City's present
BM Ud the money to get
Bfcrtluud from tho other
Hrfittudi, and now thnt
rUj'ier practically tho
Wwmt. tksy stand on tlioir
Bit itjenority and crow
hu nccestful in v.'m
iftruinlr t new erpc
BvtUi rat Come, Park
ilik cl the toaster. The
BTillori are still in the
KM 1" prepared to give
i'l l&tr ean handle at
jJ tld place, and you
Bjui Dubei Tailors.
Bag iru hold yesterdav.
Bui Dubel tried their
Bjtkiyie board together,
Bat Shepard had Issued
Bj "id that he preferred
Bh held on Friday
Bi call for that date,
BMlHtfis have taken an
Bws. 7hs Bells did not
as per schedule.
B.a the Tailors are fined
BP" ly went lo Po
mm cmst also be fined
Rj?v II seems that
train to pull out
? Jhe Bells wero on
Bf. 'agcr Ruttle
B ,mi One the Bells,
Billed: liavo fls
BS-Uroia the utnpiro to
Eame was not
mm mi lhat. Is th0
f!ell!'lll be fined
iib"K an In
KU,b01 tti'E that
Kr l0.V0 nole and
BT11 Shepard win hurry
U M4 Park City
Kfce11 J9, h?re Dr. C.
10 ARRAHfiE SCHEDULE
Outlook Is for i Most Active
Season in the Sport
Presidont William Servlco of the Utah
State Sockor Footbnll association has
Issued a call for a league meeting, to
bo held on September 22. The nlm at
this time will ho to arrange a schedule
for tho coming season, which promises
to bo a most actlvo one for sockor foot
ball players. Present plans aro to havo
tho series so nrranged as to play games
practically every Saturday until the
snow begins to fall.
The association is at present com
prised of clubs from Ogden, Park City,
Eureka and Salt Lake. It Is possible,
however, that teams from Murray, and
the Y. M. G. A. may be admitted to tho
league. There is somo talk of taking
up 60cker football at All Hallows col
lege, and President Service says there
would be no objection to the collegians
entering the league If they should de
sire. But whether these teams enter
or not, the local season in sockor foot
ball will he a live one.
President Service Is still In communi
cation with tho management of tho Pil
grims, the famous English eocker foot
ball team, which Is at present planning
a tour of America. Tho probability of
a game between the local toam and tho
Pilgrims Is not at all unlikely. If tho
Pilgrims do come an effort will bo mado
to get together an all-Utah team to
meet them. A visit from the English
experts would stimulate the sport lo
cally more than anything else.
The outlook for good players In the
league is encouraging. President Ser
vice says that the locals will play the
same style of ball as that used by the
Pilgrims. This means thnt the whole
team works as a unit, just like a ma
chine. This combination stylo has been
proved superior to the kick and rush
method that Chicago tried against tjio
English Corinthians, with the result that,
the Americans were defeated bv a score
of 5 to 2.
TO SELECT SCREENS.
Inventors Installed Their Mechanisms
at State Fish Hatchery Yesterday.
Thoso Inventors who are after tho re
ward offered by the Utah State Fish and
Gnmo Protectlvo association for a screen
which can bo placed In Irrigation
ditches so as to prevent the fish from
being carried out onto the lucerne fields.
Installed their mechanisms at the State
fish hatchery for Inspection yesterdny.
Today, If possible the committee ap
pointed by the association will meet at
the hatchery, examine the screens sub
mitted and select one. which will be
enlarged and usod for experimental pur
poses. An enlarged scroen of the style
selected will be placed in a big ditch by
the Commissioners of Salt Lake county
and the association working conjointly.
Here it will be left to weather winter
snows and spring rains, and If it does
the work an effort will be mado to have
the screen brought Into general use
throughout the State.
TAILORS TO PLAY BOUNTIFUL.
Farmer Boys Are Making Ertensive
Proparatons for Approaching Contest.
Tho Duebl Tailors go to Bountiful on
Saturday next, to play the Bountiful team,
which holds tho championship of Davis
county. Assistant Manager Margetts of
the Dubcitos has the arrangement of
the gamo In hand, and nays that ho
will take along his b69t men. The Bounti
ful players are making extensive ar
rangements for the contest, and have
high hopes of defeating the former lead
ers in the percentage column of the
Utah Stato Baseball league.
HALL IS PITCHING GOOD.
Cedar Rapids Team of Which He Is
Member Will Win Pennant.
Bert Margetts of the Dubel Tailor
baseball team has just received a
letter from "Slim" Hall, the erstwhile
crack pitcher of the TaIlor3. Hall ir
now twirling for the Cedar Rapids team
In the Three I league. At the time of
writing he had Just pitched a thlrtccn
inning game. Darkuess prevented further
piny, ami the game ended with a tie
score of 3 to 3. The Cedar Rapids team
has the pennant in tlnj Tliree I league
I cinched, and from accounts Hall's pltch
I lng and battlug has been a factor In the
GIRL SWIMS HUDSON.
Miss Alice Fitzgerald Lowers Rec
ord for Swimming tho River.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. The record of
swimming the Hudson river whb re
duced by slxteou and a half minutes yes
terday by Miss Alice Fitzgerald of UiIh
city. Tho swim was between pointy
where the river is one mile and three
quarters wide, and Miss Fitzgerald swum
It in 57 minutes and a half. Miss Fitz
gerald Is IS years old and about live feet
ton Inches In height.
LAST EXCURSION NORTH
Via OroRon Short Line. Usual long
limits wQl prevail. See agents.
Mrs. Margaret Robertson Kerr an
nounces tho opening of her music
studio, September 0, 731 East Pirst
South. Bell, 2581 -Z; Ind., 281 S.
bus Contest I
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Wj Prizes rango from !?15 down.
Hftfifc Aetof ana t. ' RIEGER Si LIDLEY, I
f- FPU- "The Whiskey Merchants." 1
VIM CARRIES OFF
Scored Third Victory in Yacht
Races Between Germany and
GERMAN YACHT IS
LAST IN RACE AGAIN
President Roosevelt Will Re
ceive Representative Party
MARBLEHEAD. Mass.. Sept. 10. The
Roosevelt cup. presented by the East
ern achi club to inaugurate yachting
contests betweeu Germany and America,
was won today by the American yacht
vim, owned by Commodore T. L. Park
of the American Yacht club of New York.
By taking todass race the Vim scored
her third victory, which gave to her
owner the cup as woll as tho honor of
showing that his yacht was the best all
around craft of tho six that started to
race in the scHcb begun a week ago to
day. Of tho Ave races sailed, tho Vim won
the socoud, third and fifth, while the Auk
captured the first race, and the Wan
nesscc the fourth.
Standing of Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 120 78 4S .619
Chicago 12G 76 50 .603
Cleveland 123 69 51 .561
Philadelphia 125 69 56 .552
St. Loills 126 64 62 .50S
Detroit 124 57 67 .460
Washington 127 If) 7S .3S6
Boston 12D 11 SS .CIS
Detroit 2, Chicago 1.
CHICAGO, Sept. 10. Detroit won a hard
fought game in the ninth Inning today
from Chicago, 2 to 1. A man on each
team was hit in Lho first Inning and ench
scorod on hits which followed. In tho
last Inning Payne singled and scorod on
Schmidt's single and Davis's wild throw
to Roho. Score: R. H. E.
Chicago 1 0000000 01 5 1
Detroit 10000000 12 9 2
Batteries Walsh and Towno; Donahue
Philadelphia 2, Washington 1.
PHILADELPHIA. Sopt. 10. No runs
were scored in today's gnmo after tho
second Inning, when Philadelphia won in
a base on balls and Oldrlng's double.
Score: R. H. E.
Washington ...0 1000000 01 4 1
Philadelphia ..0 2000000 2 5 3
Batteries Falkonbcrg ami Warner;
Coombs and Powers.
Boston 4, New York 1.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. After winning
flftcon straight games, Including five
doublo-headers, tho New York Americans
lowered their colors today to tho Bostons.
The visitors won by 4 to 1 and orrors
on the part of the homo team were re
sponsible for the victory of lho visitors.
Score: R. H. E,
Boston 0 001 1011 04 S 3
New York 0 0000010 01 5 5
Batteries Winter and Carrigan; Grif
fith, Hogg, Klelnow and Thomas.
Standing of Clubs.
p. w. L. P.O.
Chicaro 132 100 32 .758
Sow York 123 S3 45 .649
Pittsburg 123 81 47 .635
Philadelphia .. ..129 39 70 .453
Cincinnati 131 55 7o .410
St. Louis 132 48 34 .364
Brooklyn 127 51 76 .402
Boston 131 4.2 59 .320
New York 4, Boston 0.
BOSTON", Sopt. 10. Better bAttlng and
btsc running gave victory to tho visitors to
day. 4 lo 0. WiltiO was invincible when
rrcn were on bases. Score: R. H. E.
New York ...10020010 0 1 8 2
Boston .. .00000000 00 G 2
Batteries Wiltoo nnd Brosnshan; Dorner
and Brown. Two baso hit Bruin. Bases
on balls Oil Dornor 3, off Wilts 3. Struck
0Mt By Dorner 3, by Willie P. Umpire
Philadelphia 8, Brooklyn 1.
BROOKLYN, Supt. 10. The first game of
the sories between Philadelphia and Brook
lvn played here today resulted in a very
one-sided victory for the visitors. The Phila
dclphinns butted Mclntyru out of tho box in.
the eighth inning. Score: R. II. E.
Philadelphia .1 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 03 M .'I
Brooklyn . .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 5 1
Bfttteiies Lush nnd Dooin; Mclnlyre,
Pristorius and Bergen. Two-base. hits Glea
son McTntvre. Three-base hit Thomas.
Bases on bn'lls Off Mclntyro -1. off Pastorius
1 off Lush 2. Strurk out By Mclnlyre 3,
by Lush 3. Umpires O'Dny and Johnstone.
Puoblo 11, Omaha 10.
PUEBLO, Sopt. 10. Puoblo won an up
hill caino today from Omaha lu the tonth
inning. Pueblo lied tho scoro by getting
hix runs in tho eighth inning.
Scoro: T- u-
Omaha ..005 0 0 4 0 1 010 18 (i
Klo .. ..1 0 0 0 0 3 0 6 0-11 15 R
flatteries Corns and Gonding; Heiiloy
Denver 8, Lincoln 2.
DENVER, Sept. 10. Denvor'a work at tho
bnt was accountable for tho scoro todny.
Denver .. ..5 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 '8 10 0
Lincoln .. ..101000 0 0 02 0 1
Batteries Engle and Wolgardt; Zackert
At Columbus Columbus, 2; LouiH-
ville. 1- ,, '. ,
At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 2; lolo-
''"ai1 Minneapolis Minneapolis 1; St.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee. 3; Kannas
Pacific Coast League.
At Senllle Seattle. S; San Francisco, 2.
ENDURANCE SWIMMING RACE.
"Bud" Goodwill Loads Fiolcl of Twenty-Eight
Contestants to Tape.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 10. Twenty-eight
contestant finished In lho long distance
endurance swimming race of tho New
York Uhlotlo club from Travora Island
to Huckleberry island yesterday. Tho
course in a straight line Is one and three
ciuarters miles, but tho HWlmming dis
tance Is about two miles. "Bud" GooU
wln finished first in -16 mlnuteo and 2
ChaB. II. Bodel. 33 E. 1st So.,
RACE IS ARRANGED
Mitten Leaves for Home; Will
Tako Up Vaudeville AVork
Manager Chapman has definitely de
cided to pull off a twenty-four-hour
match race at the saucer track, com
mencing Thursday night and finishing tho
following evening. In addition to tho
long raco tho regular programmo of
sprint events will he run off. Manager I
Chapmnn has already petitioned for a
special permit allowing West and Humo
and Borryessa and Dlefcnbacher to ride
in the long race as teams. These ama-
teurs will be paid for their services In
merchandise so that they will still retain
their amateur standing In addition to
thoso two amateur team?, there will be
six professional teams entered In the
race. The personnel of these has not
yet been decided.
Mitten Goes Home.
W. L. Mlttou, the champion of Iowa,
left yesterday for his homo at Daven
port, elated with tho success he has en
Joyed during tho past seasou. Mitten Is
a good little follow and in truth he has
given tho spectators quite as much
amusement as have some speedier riders.
The fans have come to know him and
havo come to look for him at tho tall end
of the procession just as they have
come to look for Lawson In the front.
HIb dashing little sprints In tho early
pnrt of rncos and then his subsequent
desperate struggle lo hold on the tail of
tho more rapid moving procession has al
ways boon a matter of amusoment.
Mitten says he is coming back next
season after spending tho winter on tho
New York vaudeville stage. His rolo will
be that of tho strong man. It may bo
surprising nows to somo, but Mitten has
a powerful neck. When well braced ho
can let McFarland stand on his nock and
hold him steady. Tho Iowa boy has been
practicing strong man stunts all summer
and will probably make good on tho stage,
at lenst ns good as he has on the saucer.
" Pedlar Palmer left for his home In
WITH SHOOTERS AT SEAGIRT.
Lieut. Dlllion Captured First Place in
National Individual Match.
SEAGIRT. N. J., Sept. 10 Shooting j
at 800 yards In the National Individual
match, the last of the big rifle tourna
ments, began today.
Lieut. Theodore H. Dillon of tho United
States Engineer corps won the $1000 first
prize In tho National individual match,
with a scoro of 313,
Tho National Individual match was
finished at 2 o'clock. Tho first twelve
First, Lieut. Theodore II. Dillon,
United States Engineer corps, 313; sec
ond, Lieut. Mumma, Second United States
cavalry, 301; third, Prlvato Brass, Mon- j
tana, 301; fourth, Capt. Cavanaugh, j
United Stntes cavalry, 301; fifth. Corporal 1
Jackson, Oregon, 298; sixth, Sergeant Og- j
lstinl, Porto Rico Infantry, 29S; seventh, !
Capt. Lyman, United States Marine
corps, 298; eighth, Sergeant Corbott.
Nov York. 295; ninth, Lieut. Silvester,
New Jcrsoy, 291; tonth, Capt. Towcs, Now
Jersey, 294; eleventh, Sergeant Scott,
United States Marine corps, 293; twelfth,
Sergeant Hersch, Montana, 292; Capt. Ly
man, United Slates Murine corps, and
Sergeant Tate. United States Infantry,
tied for tho speclnl skirmish prize, with
a total of 94 points. Prlvato Fox of the
United States Infantry won the special
slow-tiro prize of a gold medal nnd $20,
with a total score of 178.
Aftor tho list of wlnnors had boon
made up by the statistical officer, Ser
geant Deloach of tho United States Ma
rine corps, whose scoro had been pro
tested, made another skirmish run. Ho.
made So points, and with 211 he had on
the other rangos it placed him in eighth
place, with an aggregate of 296.
WILL HAVE STRONG TEAM.
New York Will Be Represented in Na
tional Swimming Championship.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 10. New York will 1
haev a strong representation in all the
events at the National Amateur Athletic
union swimming championship, which will
be held under the auspices of the Mis
souri Athletic club on Lnughlln lake, St.
Louis, next Thursday, Friday and Satur
day. The New York Athletic club dele
gation will leave for St, Louis tomorrow.
The toam will consist of C. M. Daniels,
the Olympic champion; C. Trubeu-bach-
L. J. Goodwin, tester Crano, T. E.
Kltchlng, Jr., Charles Ruborl, E. II.
Adams. Walter Lee and Thomas O'Cal
laghan. The New York Athletic- club
swimmers will take part In all the
POLICE REPORTERS' HOME
Department Believes in Soolng tho Boys
Well Taken CJaro Of.
The morning police reporter Is puffed
up with prldo today and ho has a rea
son for It. He's In his new homo at
headquarters, and naturally feels his
A splendid apartment, airy, light, ot
nmplc dimensions, and having all tho
advantages of that sweet seclusion
which is so dear to all newspaper re
porters, the common kind as woll as
thoso keen, far-soolug geniuses who
smell crime from afar and lay bare tho
dark nud dangerous ways of the crook
and the criminal, has been provided for
tho accommodation of the press repre
sentatives. And it's appreciated. Here
tofore the men have occupied cramped
quarters in a far corner of the desk
Hergennt's room, where they were In
constant imminent danger of having
their young Hvcb crushed out by bellig
erent bums and fighting drunks seeking
to avoid Incarceration by lllght to tho
open air over the tops of tho press
Now It's all different, nnd Chief of
Police Sheets, who planned tho change;
Cnpt. John Burbldgo, who executod It,
with tho care and watchfulnoss of a man
constructing a boudoir for his blushing
bride; Fire Chief Vull, who donatod tho
llghtB and other fixtures; Charles Shco
ly, tho electrical export of tho llro de
partment, who did this part of lho work,
and all the big-hearted bunch of ofilcers
and patrolmen, who boosted tho thing
along and have put up with no llttlo lu
convenleiico, that tho reporters might be
comfortably and handily houaod to' all
of 'em, from the big Chief down lo the
humblest attache of lho department, the
boys cry hall, and hull imino more, and
hail even again, and then somo!
Ohiua Shower for Soptompbor Bride.
At the homo of Mrs. E. D. Uumel. 563
South Seventh East street, Monday aft
ernoon, a vory pretllly appointed china
shower was hold In honor of MIsb Delia
Burns, who is to be married on Sep
tember 20 to Fred Foulgor. Delightful
refroshme'nts were served, and tho pretty
brlde-to-bo wan showered with beautiful
and useful gifts of chinn.
j Eat your lunch m tho palm garden
J at tho" Royal.
WILL REPAIR PARLEY'S
Board of Public Works Author
ized to Advertise for Bids
It was decided by the City Council
Monday night to spend ns much of
tho water bond fund as ma3r bo neces
sary to thoroughly ropair Parley's res
ervoir. As stated by Councilman Mul
vey Monday night "tho rcsorvoir has
never been much more than a mud
hole, over half being constructed of
nothing but rip-rap, and iu its present
stato will not hold water, entailing a
loss of a largo portion of the water
that is put in it. It is estimated that
it will cost from $10,000 to $15,000 to
put the reservoir in condition to hold
water by building concrete walls. The
Council voted to notify the Board of
Public Works to proceed at once to
advertise for bids for the work.
The matter of tho repairs to the res
ervoir was brought up in the resolution
introduced by Mr. Mnlvey and which
also providod for the construction of a
conduit to connect tho Big Cottonwood
conduit and the Parley's conduit. This
conduit will bo constructed around Par
ley's reservoir so that tho water from
Big Cottonwood may be turnod directly
into the conduit leading to tho city,
which will make it possible to shut off
tho reservoir for cleaning or repairs
without cutting off tho Cottonwood wa
tor. The resolution was adopted after
being amended to rend that tho esti
mate and plans for tho construction of
the connecting conduit bo referred to
the Committee on Waterworks.
It was decided that the members of
ihe Council, or us many of them as can
make the trip, will leave Salt Lake
Saturday morning next on the Rio
Grande and go to Brighton, from which
point excursions will bo made to various
points in the Big Cottonwood region,
where it is thought reservoirs could be
located which would provide an un
disputed supply of water for Salt Lake
for many years to come.
City Enginocr L. C. Kelscy has been
over tho ground and picked out a num
ber of desirable sites nnd the Council
will visit all of tho proposed sites, ac
companied by Mr. Kclsey, who will
point out the advantages or disadvan
tages of the various sites proposed. The
party will be entertained at Brighton
Saturday night and will return to Salt
Lake Sunday evening.
A request" wnB received from the
Eighth West Street Improvement league,
which had been addressed to Dr. Stew
art. City Health Commissioner, to the
effect that the league desired to have
Thomns J. Livosy nnd Peter S. Kroman
appointed as special policemen, to servo
without pay, lor tho purpose of aiding
in enforcing the sanitary regulations in
that section of the city. Dr. Stewart
recommended that the appointments be
made. Tho communication was referred
to the Committee on Police to report
back to the Council at the next meeting.
Tho Council approved tho contract
which was lot by the Board of Public
Works last week to P. J. Moran for the
macadamizing of Twelfth East streot
from Second lo Third South streets, at
a cost of $561-1.80.
'LAST EXCURSION NORTH
Via Oregon Short Lino. Usual long
limits will prevail. See agents.
In response to the Hindoo who spoke
in the First Congregational church
about Mine. Cecelia Gustave uot having
boon in India, can prove the contrary
by consulting her. S. P.
Utah Association Is Formed and Of
The formal organization ot the Utah
Association of Optometrists was effected
at a meeting called by Temporary Chair
man O. R. Dibblcc, in the Atlas block,
Monday evening, and the ratification of
the constitution and by-laws, as woll as
the election of officers for tho ensuing
year was also taken up and disposed of.
The officers elected were as follows:
President, F. J. Alexander; first vice
president, J. II. Knickerbocker; second
vice-president. W. B. Rushmor; secre
tary. J. E. liroaddus; treasurer, 11. A.
The object of the association is set
forth In article 2. section 1, of the by
laws, which Is us follows: "The object
ot this association shall be to encour
ago a higher standard of education In
the science of optometry, to keep nbreast
with the rapid advancement nlong these
lines, to diffuse kuowlodgo and promote
friendly intercourse among optometrists,
to safeguard lho material interests of the
profession of optometry, lo nHslH! in se
curing tho enactment and enforcement of
optometrlcal legislation, and to enlighten
and direct public opinion in regard to
Owing to the fact that many of tho
neighboring States havo enacted vory
strict laws for this profession, Utah has
been for some years tho dumping ground,
as it were, for all the Itinerant fakirs
who claim to bo opticians, thereby en
dangering the public nnd becoming a
menace to thu people of tho Stato. An
active crusade will bo begun which, It
Is thought by those Interostod, will re
sult In the enactment of laws in this
Stato which will requlro all optometrists I
to pass an examination before a Stale
board. The objoct ot tho association has
nothing to do, whatever, with tho charges
to bo made In the future for optical
work, and bears no rolatlon to a "trust"
Thu date for the annual meeting of
the association has not been definitely
fixed, but It will be somo time in tho
first, week of October. Invitations will
be sent to nil opticians In tho State.
Utnh's new and only exclusive 2.00 hat
store opons September 12 at 26 East 2nd
South, Wilson Hotel Annex.
Emola finish makes your old iron
work look liko you'd boon investing.
Morrison, Morrill & Co., 2S Main stroot.
LAST EXCURSION NORTH
Via Oregon Short Line. Usual long
limits will prevail. See agents.
Gordon academy uow open. Seventh
and eighth grades and high school
Dividend No, 01 of $5000.00 will bo paid
on tho cnpital stock of tho Swansea Mining
Company on Thursday, Septoinber 20th, 1000.
nt the offioo of tho Company, room 308 Dooly
Block, Salt Lake City,. Utah.
Tho stock trnnsfor books of tho Company
will close on Saturday, September 15th, and
remain closed until Soptomber 21st. 1906.
By order of tho board of directors.
c850 S. O. SNYDER, Secretary.
IJL I'VE WORKED HARD ! I
M" to find the best Hues of clothing in the 1 .
gSff' market. The prices, qualities, style and jH
Wftim fit of "Nicors Good Clothes" tell bet- ' H
pfeHy ter than words that I have found thenu
wMi 've soes or ylvka
SM Stacyi-Adams shoes, $5.00 and $6.00.
OpL Crawford shoes, $3.50 and $4.00. W
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SILL WHALE LANDED
FOR MADD0CK5S TEAM
He Is a Giant and Weighs Exact
ly Three Hundred and
One of tho largest, if not tho largest man
that over played on a university football
team will ihie up on Coach Jfaddock's team
Hiis fall. His naruo is Dr. R. L. Whiteside.
Ho weighs exactly 310 pounds and stands six
feet one inch in his stocking foot. Ho comes
from Orantsburg, 111., and will do work in
tho medical department of the university tbi6
A fow days ago a local sporting goods com
pany sent m an order for n special suit for
the big follow. Spaldlug Brothers immedi
ately wired for further particulars, intimat
ing that it was the largest suit that they
had evor been called on to make. As a con
sequence, when Dr. Whiteside arrived from
his Illinois home yusterday be was immedi
ately measured. Somo Interesting particulars
of his measurement follow: Neck, 18 inches;
chest, 51 inches; yoke, 20 inches; waist. 51
inches; height, G feet I inch; hips, 5S inches,
and weight, 340 pounds.
Dr. Whiteside was graduated from tho St.
Louis Medical college two years ago and has
since discovered that he is bocomiug ab
normally large, lie believes, and so do some
of his brother physicisns with whom he has
consulted, that strenuous exercise such as
football gives is necessary. Ho is also de
sirous of preparinu himself to be an export
physical trainer, for which work, with his
kuowlodgo of medicine, he is well qualified.
Ho chose Ilia University of Utah for a num
ber of reasons and will specialize in medicine
alone physical lines. Dr. Whitcnido comes
from a wealthy family. He will stay at Bon
nion's ranch until the opening of tho uni
versity. Mnddoe.k says he is shifty and
should make a good football player.
LAKE a UaSH ffliE MANAGER.
Opening of the Season. Crvnf 1C
Four nights nnd two matineos, j( )l , I j
starting Saturday afternoon. 1
SALT LAKE OPERA COMPANY
"THE WEDDING DAY."
Enlarged Orchestra. Chorus of 30.
J. J. McClellan, Director.
II. G. Whitney, Manager.
Prices. 25c to SI. 00; Matinees, 25c and
50c. Sale begins Thursday at 10 a. m.
'GARTER AND BLUFOBD , -MEDALLION
Every evening cxcept Sunday). 75c. 50c,
25c. Box seats 51. Matinee Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday 50c, 25c and 10c; box
1 MATINEE WEDNESDAY. 3 P M. M
Scenic Revival Production of the I
' Universal .Melodramatic Succoss, H
I Thursday "A WOMAN'S SACRI- !
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Salt Lake s Family Theater.
The Lyric Stock Company in
With a Strong Cast.
A Complete Soonic Production.
j MATINEES WED, AND SAT.
Evening Prices: 20-D0--10-50. Mntinocs:
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Ofllou of tho Board of Public Works,
Salt Laku City, August UO, l'JOG.
Soalfld proposals will bo recoivod nt this
ofi'ico until 11 o'clock a. in., Monday. Sop:em
bor 17, 1900, for tho work of laying stono
Instructions to biddoro, togother witli tho
specifications and forim for contract and
bond, can lie obtained upon application at
tho ofllcu of lho Board at Public Works ur
Tho right is reserved to reject any and all
By order of tho Board of Public Works.
P. J. LEONARD. Chairman.
LOUIS O. KELSEY. Olty Engineer.
Strict ly a. Utah product, trrown and
prepared MOUNT'S Dill Pickles.
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