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W . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1910. 13
-AK; an n " . i i AW u i H
jews of Intermoufitaigi Reeion
S CONFUCTING INTERESTS
Ho 0 The Tribune.
Kvo Mfty '6'-" Th0 clty council :it
IV w.ir'ntfd session last night took no
'Mr tJie petition of (he merchants.
IHfe- fireworks on hand, to amend
MJlr , recently passed prohlhlt-.
C0MlreSs In the1 city, so
K f0ne "ho time for the ordl
IH into effect. In order to give
$4 a chance to dispose of their
IK. "1..!'jtnKst was made by the
IB1?10 Women's Clubs and oth
rn, iniending the ordinance. A
llttP'fiitlw from John Homer, a
jbuiiIcaiiu'' j present-
fflFU'fthSt noP action bo taken toward
iHFi of the fireworks ordinance,
if the ordinance was to be
jm,1 Mr Homer asked that the pro
iBP'innneo be also amended no as
Wk hff a chance to dUnose of l.ls
fHPnx ures and stock on hand.
iBfitnwlntr 'omi - People, who re
W S Into Smith's ehancl, on tho
W dftVVke. presented claims to the
IWP'&mases to clothing, etc.: A.
ml&tS, $30 : Lloyd , Flnlayson ,
MtMo?v Kiwralfl. $H0; Mary Lewis.
si ere. 6: I" Mc-
Gam- RoVo Ralle. 536.50; Grace
WT 75, Also damages for one
WrVblch was drown'!, and breakage
iftkli i'iS. Th" ital amount of
WISON WATER PLANT;
WOT BOARD TO BUY BONDS
v ul (o The Tribune.
litRAllI Mav 2C Tho city council
intil'on' met" In special session last
l to discuss the water system
Sf Englneor Lyman was present
S&ulttcd estimates tumbling S11.000
JS co"l formerly given. Mr. Ly
tik been led to believe that a sys
GovIdlnK f01" a fu.1yre ,mi,''ul
rtiras desired, requiring larger pipe
rrrePonding tank at Mic summit.
it Is found that a tank set north
cltV In lino with Main street.
Jitter 'bus reducing a couple of
Fof larger slr.e pipe- Then It is
Wi t!i the building of a tank can
1 later, saving that expense for
trveyinp ordered done at
find in tho meantime tho engineer
! tt prlce3 of the various sizes or
submit same for th council's
-itAjt sn early dato. It will then be
K ahetber a four or a live-Inch
xHtfn hi uaed from the spring.
ftKe adjourning the recorder was
-IfSctcd to forward the state lnr.d
nBInformallon necessary to vouch
"Bdtr of the city in disposing of the
JBo3td and which tho board agrees
If valid. "
First Band Concert.
Si lo The Tribune.
lK'lvCITV. May Tho first of the
series of open-air concerts to
.fKa by the Park City Military band
FflKjiten at the bandstand last cven
Elanje crowd was present to greet
MHiM at this first concert. W. II.
'SWk the leader.
Vmi following was the programme:
3ft "K'n" Sol" Alford
M itlection. "Guterus." "Gllt
Jfeir Glow Worm." and the
"WpiUrhlts of 1909 La Targe
Edt, "Alas! Those Chimes from
ipwtana" Wn lja ce
3Bk'tri3tIc march. "John Chlna-
lpn" Otto Fcsler
j Tm1 "Sweet Remembranco". St. Clair
'ijm, Selection. "Days of Old"..
Hft "Frltmlshlp" R. T. Soltz
jjpl to The Tribune.
IDHbvO, May 26. Articles of Incorpor
Mfjf the Lake View Mcrcnntllo com
N6hive been filed with the county
l5ll''Tlic company will conduct a gen-
Jprchandlsc and dairy business in
ijjfrrd, I'tah county. The capital
?5W in S5 shares. Albert L.
Jfcfiort Is president; George A. Culli
tSt.T,C4 PsUi-nt; rlyrum Madsen,
yjfpr; W II. Kirk, secret a r y
Blight purse is a heavy curse'
-ptcess makes a light purse,
fft LIVER is the seat of iihw
Wmhs of ail disease.
'wft to tlie root of the whole mat"
&M thorouglily, quickly safely
restore the action of the
je3pR to normal condition.
intone to the system and
AFTER MANY YEARS FINDS
MARRIAGE IS A FAILURE
Special to Tho Tribune.
y VorK,thls afternoon, says that his
several times has Vurnhlm oufof Ihc
r?10 a?5r'eved husband asks th6 court
for an absolute decroo of divorce and 1 an
atJ380nt Llv Joint Property. 'valued
rann frmTrCo?ro "''n children,
ranging from 4 to 20 years In age.
Big Hotel for Ogden.
Special to The Tribune. -
OGDEN. May 2C Denver canitaHq
represented by C. J. TJlerv, , are S tannine
a S200.000 hotel for Ogden. according "tf
an announcement made hv Ulory todav
forf0 erar,ne .f0r DonC,er' An o?dcr
for a desirable site for the structure In
ninJ?V8,nie?s EeVUo" of thc clty hs boon
i V1 s ,s ,?htainable plans for thc ner
hostelry will bo laid at once.
Frazzinl Goes to Italy.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDENT. Jlay 26. Jesse Frazzinl. Ital
ian vice consul, has gone to Itnly for sev
eral months. His brother. Tony Frnz
Jlnl. will have the management of -thc
business In Ogden. Frazzinl resigned the
vice consulship several weoks ago, but
the Italian government has not passed on
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. May 2(1. Not content with one
hat, a square meal and good pav for an
afternoon's work on the farm of James
Iverson, at Five Tolnts. a tramp, giv
ing the name of William Murphv. stole
Iverson's only other hat yesterday af
ternoon. Murphy was arrested and
charged with petty larceny.
FINED AND IMPRISONED;
. LECTURED BY BOOTH
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. May 26. Theodore Nichols,
who was recently convicted In the dis
trict court heyc of selling liquor In Amer
ican Fork, came up for sentence before
Judge Booth today, defendant's motion
for a new trial having heen overruled.
Nichols was sentenced to serve ten days
In tho American Fork city Jail and to
pay a ne of 5125. Thc sentence in tho
Justice's court, from which tho defendant
appealed, was sixty days' Imprisonment
and a fine of $200.
Judge Booth, In passing sentence,
stated that the people had a right to
forbid the sale of liquor, and thc law
must be enforced; but the fact that de
fendant had moved away from American
Fork, and was no longer In thc liquor
business, would bo considered In his fa
vor. TJio Judge further said thut another
thing in favor of Nichols was that sev
eral American Fork citizens came lo thc
court after the trial and asked him to
Impose a severe penally. Such notion
was resented by the Judge as an attempt
to interfere with Justice, and he would,
therefore, lesson tho sentence Instead of
making It greater.
Nichols's attorney gavo notice of ap
peal to thc supremo court, on tho ground
that the American Fork city ordinance,
as enacted, is unconstitutional.
Another Liquor Case.
Thc case of The State of Utah vs. Bcrl
McGce was taken up for trial In Justice
Noon's court this afternoon. McGeu Is
chnrged with selling whisky in American
Fork canyon without a license.
Thc following Jurors, to be In attend
ance In tho Fourth district court Juno 1,
were drawn from tile jury box today:
Albert Roundy. Maplcton; Frederick Wy
ler. Henry Nebeker, David P. McDowell,
Payson; Joseph Hilton. J. H. Pugh. H. S.
Weeks. Pleasant Grove; James M. Klrk
ham. Lehl: Joseph Angus, Spanish Fork;
David F. .Giles, Provo.
Schools and Music.
Special to the Tribune.
EUREKA. May 26. Tho pupils of, Miss
Anabcl Mooney gave a splendid recital
at thc Baptist church Tuesday evening,
which was heartily enjoyed by tho large
number of music lovers present. The
pupils wore assisted In the recital by
the following local musicians and vo
calists: Mesdamcs C. C. Griggs. Charles
Zabrlskie. Ira Gose, W. B. Thurmond.
Mlsa Genevlovo Sullivan and Walter
Miss Maggie Tout and company gave
an operatic concert at tho L. D. S.
church tonight, which was well attended
and greatly appreciated by the musical
people of TIntlc.
Ploasod With Webor.
Special to Thc Tribune.
OGDEN, May 2G. After Inspecting
farming lands and other real estate In
and around Ogden, a party of prospective
tnvestora from Dcs Molnos, la., left to
day for their homes Among the party
wero wealthy Dcs Moines capitalists, who
have been looking Into land Investments
in Idaho where they purchased pros
pective fruit lands to thc total of more
than 51.000.000. Several expressed them
selves as favorably Impressed with op
portunities In Ogden and Weber county,
and several options on adjacent fruit
lands were taken by them.
Says T-irm owes Him.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. May M. Claiming that
James E. Ballantyne. E. C. McGrlff. Alma
Eldredge, Thomas R. Cutler, Jr., and
Leonard G Hardy, officials of the Mc
Grlff Orchard k Canning company of
North Ogden. are indebted to him In thc
sum of 56250. William .1. Crltchlow thl
afternoon started an action In the dis
trict court to collect this amount.
Crltchlow says the amount Is due him
for promoting and disposing of stock for
the company on which it was agreed that
he was to be paid commissions.
Gamblers Are Fined.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN. May 20. Fines In lieu of a
regular license were Imposod upon four
gamblers In the police court this morn
ing by Judge J. D. Murphy. J. E Combs,
Thomas Scnnetl, Charles Emery and E.
A. Smith ench pleaded guilty to gam
bling and were scntonced to pay 5100
each. Tho fines wero paid and the men
allowed to return to their regular haunts
for thirty days more, when tho police
drag net again will bo cast and the men
required to pay their "Jlncs" again.
Favor Sarly Closing.
Speclnl to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. May 26. Declaring that tho
closing of retail stores at 7 o'clock Sat
urday evenings Is of great benefit to tho
laboring class, and agjeelng to patronize
only such storos that follow the early
closing plan, tho members of the In
ternational Union of Brewery Workers
of America. local union No. 325, have
passed a resolution favoring the move
PARK CITY SCHOOLS:
EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATES
Special to Thc Tribune
PARK CITY. May 26. Thc board of
examiners, consisting of County Superin
tendent O. W. Wllklns. Prof. L. A.
Brldgeland. Prof. Cooper and Mrs. Smith,
today finished their work of examining
candidates for graduation from thc
eighth grade of the city schools.
The eighth grade commencement ex
ercises will bo held at the Dewey theater
at S a. m. next Tuesday, May 31. The
graduates wilt assemble nt tho kinder
garten room. Washington building, at 7
o'clock and mnrch to the theater, where
thc following programme of exercises will
Invocation Elder Ezra .Robertson
Address of welcome
Superintendent A. D. Griffin
Response I. M. Thomas of Coalville
Misses Irma Evans and Pearl Crow-
Rev. P. A. Slmpkln of Salt Lake City
Presentation of graduates
, . .G. A. Cooper
Presentation of diplomas
Superintendent O. W. Wllklns
Benediction Rev. George
After the. exercises tho annual eighth
grade ball will be held.
Tho following Js the list of graduates
of Park City's eighth grade:
Thomas Andrew. Henrietta Shields,
Edward Bates, Merrill Stringer,
Walter Brim, Eva Stromncss,
Douglas Carpenter, Marjorle Van Loon,
Otto Daniels. Howard Brccn,
BurnnI Gibson, Harold Brim,
Carl Ilanclcr, James Grlsley.
Donald Nelson. Elwood Garvin,
Scott Robertson, John Gldlev.
Earl Smjth. Eddie Hamilton.
Ceral Smith, Herman Hothke,
Myron Stringer, Thomas Lee.
Howard Weeter, Raymond Murphy,
Maggie Johnston, John Mitchell,
Itmhcl Johnston, Sylvester Mitchell,
Isabel Jones. Burnes Martin,
Grace Lowry, Casper Rail.
Jennie McDonald, Ina Bnrnlcott.
Pearl Morse, ! Christie Boulton,
Mary Scott. ! Ethol Blacklcr.
Agnes Stanley, Irma Lcdlngham,
Lillian Stanley, Chnrlotto Urle,
Jean Mitchell. Allco Wilson,
Clara Mawhlnncy. JCcda Woods,
Martha Prescott. Freda Woods,
Bernndlne Roach, Rose Anderson.
Thc alumnae of the Park City high
school mot Monday evening and elected
tlie following officers for the coming year
PrcBldcnt John Dalglelsh; vice president.
Miss Winifred Jennings, secretary. Miss
'Jw .jfSiK Every person can attend memorial
i'-t""r i services without worrying about
I their appearance. Those of you that ,
S.ll)i3 are in need of new clothing call at
HlfcP' Has iust received a large shipment of LADIES'
"if 1 SUITS DRESSES, HATS, ETC., MEN'S ;
Jg kM TAILOR-MADE SUITS, TROUSERS, ETC., j
Hlllll Decoration Day
!S Jfcji Make a small payment-take the clothing
lL MM Weelc--$4 .00 aMonfh
?Biin muni 1,1 '' MESiaraSS L 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 '".,)
Helen Den son; treasurer, Miss Edna Sut
ton, Thoy also arranged for the annual
alumni bnnquet. held In honor of the
prcsont graduating class, to be given on
Frldny evening. June 3, at Society hall.
Provo Pioneer Park Opening.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. May 26. Pioneer park, or
what has been formerly known as the
West square, will be formally opened to
tho public on Docoratlon day, May 30.
H10. at 3 o'clock p. m.. wh6n there will
he addresses by the mayor and members
of the city council, and responses by
eomo of the old plbncors of Provo City.
This park has been put Into fine con
dition and Is now In proper shape to
bo enjoyed by the people. Tho Provo
band will furnlBh appropriate music.
The .Pioneers and Indian War Veter
ans' monument Is located In this park.
Jurors for Fifth District Court.
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, May 26 Tho following
Jurors from TIntlc district have been
drawn to serve ni. tho next session of tho
district court of tho Fifth Judicial dis
trict, to be held at Nophl:
Eureka Rohert G. Church. Hugh Hof
fernan. Luke Robinson, William Gilles
pie. Andrew L. Mitchell. John G. Ber
lin, Frank Bcesley, L. O. Schofield. M.
L. Garlty. William Sunderbock, William
Mammoth George Staplcy, John NI
souger. Hyrum Madson.
Snow Academy Exorcises.
Special to The, Tribune,
EPHRA1M, May 26. The Snow acad
emy has closed one of the most success
ful years In Its history under the super
vision of Pr.of. N. E. Noyes. Tho com
mencement exercises closed today nnd
wore the most successful ever carried
out by thc Institution. The weather was
line and many people from different parts
of the state wore In attendance.
Wedded in tho Temple.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPRING VI LLE. May 26. Miss Edna
Nelson of this city and John McDonald
of Heber City were married Wednesday
In the Salt Lake temple. A reception
was held Thursday evening at the home
of tho bride's parents, Mr and Mrs,
George Nelson. Mr. McDonald is a mall
clerk on tho Rio Grande Western.
MUST PAY THE TAX
ON EXPRESS COMPANIES
Special to The Tribune
BOISE. May 2C. Mayor Pence of this
city announcod Ia3t night in council
meeting, nnd was upheld by that body,
that unless tho Pacific Express company,
operating In this city, should pay Its II
censo of $50 Its wagons would not be al
lowed to use the public streets. Some
months ago It was dccldod to levy a li
cense upon thc express companies doing
business in tho city, but tho Pacific com
pany has boon dilatory In the matter,
so that the authorities are becoming Im
patient. If the tax Is not paid at once
the police will be Instructed to stop all
of tho company's wagons which traverse
tho city slrcots.
Thero are now threo babies at the
receiving home of the Idaho Children's
Homo Finding society awaiting an in
vitation to become a part of some good
family The children have Just been
brought lo the home from other parts of
the state and arc only Infants, 'the oldest
being but 2 months old. Tho bonrd Is
desirous of naming one of thc dormi
tories and the hospital upon the gift of
$500 and $250, which gives the donor this
1 ADDITIONAL SPORTS 1
LEWISTON WINS RACE
IX COAST RECORD TIME
OAKLAND, May 26. Lewlston won
the Sunol handicap at Emeryville
today and beat some clever sprinters In
ensy style. Incidentally establishing a new
coast record for five and a half furlongs
this morning, running thc distance In
1:05 1-5. The previous mark was 1:05 2-5.
Pawhuska graduated from tho maiden
ranks In thc two-year-old event. Biased
won all tho way in the fifth.
First race, four and a half furlongs,
purse Pawhuska. 112 (Post), 13 to 10.
won; Zwlck. 112 (Mentry). 7 to 1, second;
Blue Moon, 101) ( Kirschbaum). 5 to 1.
third. Time. :5-4 2-5. Amala, Mamie
Woods. Hal Worth. Fontollo. Zlata
Brana, Amargosa. Al Tnray and Ravla
finished as named.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Petite. 98 (Jahnsen), 1 to 1, won;
Babe Ncely, 08 (Gargan), 15 lo 1, second;
Rey El Tovnr. 10S (Vospor). 7 to 2. third.
Time. 1:07 3-5. Dlrectollo. Ormonde.
Cunningham. Calopns, Galeae Gale, Ethel
McK.. Kelchcl and Pesos finished as
Third race, mile and seventy yards,
selling Trochn. 10S (Vospor), C to 1,
won; Spring Ban. 100 (Cotton), 13 to 5.
second; Goodshlp. 01 (Sclden), 8 to 5,
third. Time. 1.4-14-5. Mike Jordan.
Duchess of Montebello. Orllcno and Ml
Dlrccho finished as named.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Lowlston. SS (Sclden) I to 1, won; Bubbl
ing Walor. 120 (Mentry), 2 to 1, second;
Pride of LIsmoro. 8S Callaghan), 2 to 1,
third. Time, 1:05 1-5- Coppertown also
Fifth raco, mile and seventy yards,
selling Biased. !); (Selden). 11 to C, won;
Special Delivery. Ill (Kirschbaum). 11 to
5. second; Goldway. Ill (Frlsch), 10 to 1,
third. Time. 1:44 3-5. Tlflls. Trust.
Snnthla. Martinmas and Nnsmcrito fin
ished as named.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Rczon.
9!) (Sclden). 6 to 1. won; Darelngton, 109
(Cotton). 8 to 1, second; Novgorod. 105
(Buxton), 7 to 2. third. Time. 1:13 4-5.
Burning Bush, Banonlca and Royal N
COACH MADDOCK GIVEN
A FAREWELL BANQUET
Coach Joseph IT. Maddock was guest
of honor al a farewell banquet glvon him
by Die Alpha Pi fraternity. In tho frat.
house. Thursday evening. Maddock has
served at the varsity five years with
success, and his leaving Is keenly felt
by all of the varsity athletes.
Ah guests at the banquet, all the foot
ball men were present, also members of
the track team, bnscball and baskotball
teams, as well as many older athletes
of the Alumni association who have
served on teams coached by Maddock.
L. Tom Perry was toastmaster of the
evonlng. and toasts were responded to by
W S. Hedges, Earl Holmstead, captain of,
the basketball team for next year, "Tiny"
Home, captaln-eloct of the football squad,
and Henry Richardson, the new captalii
CORBETT MEETS MANY
FRIENDS IN OGDEN
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Mav 21!. With thc blandosl
of smiles llghtfng his good-natured face
Jaincs .1. Corbet t. former heavyweight
champion of the pugilistic ring, greeted
a numhor of his friends al. the union
depot this afternoon and chatted pleas
antly for twenty minutes before his train
pulled mil for tho west, where "Gentle-1
man Jim" is hurrying to Join James)
Jeffrles's fighting camp.
When seen at the depot this afternoon, 1
shortly after tho Overland Limited ar-1
rived. Corbett spoko optimistically of
Jeffrler.'a chances to win from the "big
black'' In July.
"Of course." said tho former cham
pion, "Jeffries has got to train for this
bout and ho must not for a minute lost)
sight of Iho fact that he Is going up
against a strong, skillful fighter, but
I bellevo he will win the fight. I expect
to gel In the ring with .Jeffries for two
or threo real slam bang, rough and tum
ble scraps, where each man will hit as
hard as he can, bocauso I think this Is
Just what Jeffries neods most In his
training. And right bore, lei nio tell von
that the general Impression that Jef
fries has but little science and relics on
his powerful blows lo win his battle:
Is all wrong. Jeffries has got plenty o'
science, at IcaM ho has shown It In hii
fights, nnd there In no reason to bollovi
that he has forgotten any of It. 1 have
The Best Place to Buy Your Suit l
c'"""'!w":a,c Tremendous 4M
Closing-Oat Sale hi
8 Every man and young" man who buys a suit here ,
will have cause for self-congratulation upon what he , i
1 s. ulrW 8 wat ke pays. This -closing-out sale is paradoxi- ( jH
I wSJM ca n nature or i1 enables you to save fully 50 per , .1 jH
I cen on wane( ST1S are a cre to any man'3 I jH
S Tlie Prices Arc Unbelievable, Yef J fl
iBwSi TIly Are TmtIl!lal III
SmiMmL Men'" and Younff Men's Suits 6 5 1 i 'I H
iPiMWWMn - Genuine $10.00 values Vtdtf I
I WWWMiAWWM0. 'Men's and Young Men's Suits & 7 I j fM
Mm Genuine $12.00 to $15.00 values 5 0& I S H
B HWMW$MM(M Men'3 and YoS Men's Suits- & Q Of 1 i
llwWmMMmMMl Genuine $16.50 to ?18.00 values $ &0 I M
f M&MmM4Mil Men's and Young Men's Suits 4 4 1 I S
PllSiwfl Gemune $20.00 to $22.50 values ll.OS I v jM
Wd4&Ml0MdwMl Men's and Young Men's Suits tl'tj QC I 5 1
liMmMMm Genuine $25.00 to $27.50 values llf$.0 j
wifliWwl1 Men's and Youns Men's Suits- M ft fiS 1
fflfl0jV WjXtr Genuine $30.00 to $32.50 values j5JSLOOe
feflM Men's and Young Men's Suits fi Q. Q? I i 11
IplfsSli Genuine $35,0 values $X80 j ! H
Wfl? MEN'S TROUSERS, FURNISHINGS AND HATS AT
AB0UT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. '
Money-Savliag Specials lor Saturday 1
I 25c ?l.B0DresBQ- 75c Under-OHl $3.0095 1 I
ill ' M. H. DESKY ' I
205 MAIN STREET. 10 E. SECOND SOUTH 8 '
cancelled several theatrical engagements
In the cast to be with Jeffries while he
Is training, and w HI remain In California
until after the fight."
Corbcl'l Is accompanied by his wife.
Pete Sullivan. "Kid" Hannan nnd Wll
lard Mack of Salt Lake came up to shako
hands with the former champion.
LAWSON ARRIVES WITH
PLENTY OF SPEED
Iver Lnwson. who won the world's bi
cycle sprint championship In 1901, and
no American rider has won tho title
since that time, arrived from tho cast
Thursday afternoon, and will commence
training this morning at the Salt Palace
for the season's races.
Lnwson says he is riding bolter than
he has been for several years past and
Is confident that ho will bo able to win
a majority of the races at the Stilt
Palace, notwithstanding the strong com
bination of Clarke nnd Mcrarland ho
has to overcome.
Lawson said that Chapman hnd over
C00O peoplo at his meet at Vailsburg last
Sunday, but ho cannot figure out how
Chapman will manuge to go through the
season with I'rank Kramer as his only
MONEY IS FORTHCOMING
FOR SALT LAKE TEAM
President Tobln of the Utah baseball
league announced Thursday evening that
ho was now fissured of enough money to
fit out tho Salt Lako team. Ho bus
called a meeting for tonight, al which
Iho baseball schedulo will be drawn up
nnd the opening date of thc league
fixed. Tobln said that the first league
game would probably bo played one week
from next Saturday.
Sales Manager Do Camp of the Rnn-dnll-Dodd
Automobile company assisted
Tobln In raising soveral hundred dollars
Thursday for I he baseball team.
DE ROSIER ARRIVES
TO RIDE MOTOR RACES
Jake De Hosier and his pretty little
wlfo arrived from Los Angelas. Thurs
day evonlng. and they mav remain here
for I he racing season. Do Hosier ex
pects to raco hero for Jack Trlnce on
his new thlrd-of-a-mllc track at Wan
damoro. Do Rosier said that he Is anxious to
gel back at Whit tier and says ho will
ride him a match race for a side bet
for any pari of a thousand dollars.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. May 2(5. Entries for tomor
row's racos at Ogden aro as follows:
First race, three furloncs. selllnrr Mv'
Nurse. Chanatc. 104: Llttlo Joe. 108; Miss
Emerald. 107. Grasscuiter, 100; All Alone.
Easi End. 111.
Second race, seven furlongs, selling C.
J. Cox. 10C. Wlneberry. 101; True Life.
10"; Ben Stone, 101, Tavora, 100; Copper
Third race, six furlongs. selling
Frank Lubbock. 100; Colonel Whlto. 10S;
Rather Royal. 115; No Quarter. 10I; Geno
Fourth race, four and a half furlongs,
selling Irish Mike. Ill; Dorian PrinJe,
111; Elder, 111; Molly Montrose, 107;
Wild wood Bill. 109: Jlllctt, "107.
Fifth race, four furlongs, selling Dora
Pavnc. 97; Glondlnnlng, 111; Daisy Frost,
109; Salomy Jane, 10t; Wheatstone, 111;
St. Joe. 113.
Sixth race, one mile, selling Mabol
Fountain. 10; Llberto. 101; Dorothy Ann.
101'; ICnlghf of Ivanhoe, 104; Maud Slgs
Training Boats LowoU.
The Training b.cat thc Lowell Graders
on the Wnlkor Hold Thursday by tho
score of 10 to 1, being thc second victory
over the Lowell team the present season.
The game was to decide the (juallfying
number for the grade school Held day
al Wnndnmcre June I!.
Tanfer pitched a brilliant game.
The Twelfth and Thirteenth ward base
ball team defeated thc Studebakors In a
matcli game Thursday afternoon on the
Fort Douglas diamond by the score of 6
to 4. Tho winning line-up was Piatt and
'oung, battery; Womack. Bratlcy, Wil
liams and Nordqulst. infield; Hall, P.
Piatt and C. Hall, outfielders.
Throe Straight Victories.
Speclul to The Trlbuno.
SPRINGVILLE, May 2C The Sprlng
vlllc league team defeated Linden hero
this afternoon In a basoball game by tho
close scoro of 1 to 3. making three
straight victories for tho local loam.
The batteries Peck and Belts; Mitchell
jVIaughau Beats Herman.
Eddie Maughan (90) beat D. Herman
In thirty Innings in a pool handicap
match game at the Jevno academy on
Thursday night by the score of 90 to 37.
G. Hyman and L. Price will play tonight.
Messongors Beat Railroaders.
The Salt Lake Messenger team took a
fall out of the O. S. L. nlno by the score
of 11 to 1 Thursday afternoon on tho
Walker Held. Tho Messengers played
Naylor and Lemon, battery; Klser, Mere
dith. Stahl and Stowell, lnflcld. Turner,
Olson and McDonald, outfield.
Scalp for Aucrbachs.
Thc Aucrbachs won a one -sided game
from the Bennett Palmers on thc Fort
&0 sll 2& BHEUMATISM
The cause of Bhonmntlsm is an excess of uric acid in the blood. Tho
uratic impurity gets into tho circulation hy absorption, usually bocauso of con
stipation, wonk. kidneys, and other systomlc irregularities, Tlien the blood be
comes weak and sour and irritating urato particles aro formed in. this vital lluid.
When in this impuro condition the blood can not furnish the nocossary amount of
nourishment to tho differont muscles, tondons, uorves and ligaments pf the body.
Instead it constantly steeps them in tho briny acrid matter, and the gritty, urato
particles collect in tho joint3, which causes tho pains, aches and sovenoss of
Bheuniatism. Liniments, plasters, otc. may roliovo tlto acuto pain, of an attack
of Ehoumatism, but .inch, trcatmont docs nob reach tho blood and therefore cim 1
liavo no permanent good offoct. There in but" one way to cure Rkoumatism and
that is to purify tho blood of the acid poison. S. S. S. goes into tho circulation
and attacks tho disenso at its head. It removes tho causo for the reason that it
is tho groatcst of all blood purifiors. It filters out every' traco of tho sour, in-'
llammatory mafctor, cools tlie acid-heated circulation, adds richness and nourish
ment to tho blood and permanently curcB Rhoumatism. S. S. S. does not patch
up, it ciurcu permanently. H. S. S. is especially valuablo as a remedy for Rheuma
tism, bocauso it does not contain a particlo of harmful mineral in any form. It
la purely vegetable, a fino tonic as well as blood puriflor. Book on Rheumatism
Bent free to all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC- CO., ATLANTA, QA.
Douglas diamond by the score of 10 to '2 1 , jH
Thursday afternoon. H
Sorenson could not be found and ho H
hold his opponents safe at all times. ; - 4 JH
One-Sided Contest. ' j
The All Hallows college defeated tho 1 1
Crano Machinists by tho score of 27 to 1 jH
In six Innings on thc All Hallows dla- ' 1
mond Thursday afternoon. Krlcker 1
pitched the lirst two Innings and. fanned , 1
six men. Schmidt allowed one hit, pitch- 1
lng the last four innings. Il
Waterloo Is Surprised. j
The Poplar Groves defeated the Wn- jH
lorloo team by thc score of 36 to 25 I I
Thursday afternoon on the Poplar Grove flH
diamond. The victory came as a big 'H
surprise, as Waterloo has qualified for M
thc championship which Is to be played H
off at Wandamcrc, June 3. H
NEGRO MURDERER ft
IS LYNCHED BY MOB
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. May 26. Reports H
of the lynching of Jeff Matson. a negro, jH
who murdered Deputy Sheriff Scott Tay- H
ler at the Acton mine yesterday, were jH
received late today. iH
Matson was captured by Dcpuly Shcr- 'H
Ifi's Henley and Poker of Shelby county. iH
between Birmingham and Acton, at 10:30 'H
o'clock this morning. At 11 o'clock, It Is ' H
said, thc deputies were Intercepted near H
Pclham. Shelby county, by a mob from - tH
Acton. Thc negro was taken from the H
officors and mob and prisoner dlsap-
pcarcd Into the woods. The negro's body i
tins not been found. 1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Office of the Board of Public Works. !
Salt Lake City, May 13, 1910.
Sealed proposals will be received at this i !
ofneo until 7:00 o'clock p. m. Friday. June IH
3. 1910. for the work of constructing plpo j jH
sewers in sewor extension No. 267, ac-
cording to plans on (lie In thc city cngl- . jH
nuer's ofllco. jl
Instructions to bidders, together with jH
plans, profile, specifications and forms for H
contract and bond, may be obtained upon H
application at thc office of tho board H
or public works or thc city onglneor. jl
Thc right Is reserved to reject any 1
and all bids. j
By order of the board of public works. I lM
II. G. M'MILLAN. Chairman. f
ASSESSMENT NO. 19. j
Spider Mining company. Office nnd
principal placo of business. Salt Lako H
City, Utah. Notice Is hereby given that tM
at a meeting of tho directors, held on H
the 20th day of April. 1910. nn assess- Jl
mcnt was luvlcd on all the shares out- JH
standing on Iho capital stock of tho cor- IJH
poratlou. payable on or before Juno 3. -LH
1910. to W. A. La n r ford. 902 YVonl Second 'H
South. Salt Lake City. Utah. After iH
above date will be sold nt public auction, lH
and unless payment Is mado beforo. so ' IJI
manv shares so delinquent as may bo ,4H
necessary will be sold on Juno 20, 1910, jH
at 902 W. Second South. Salt Lake City. H
state of Utah, at the hour of 2 o'clock iH
p. in., to nay the dcllnqcnt assessment, H
together with cost of advertising nnd ex Jl
pensv of sale. IH
W. A. LANGFOKD, Secretary. 'H
By order of tho board of directors, Salt jM
Lako City. Utah. May 5. 191C. kS50 H
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' H
A special meeting of thc stockholders .
of the Ornament Gold and Silver Mining MH
company, n corporation organised under j H
Iho laws of Utah. Is hereby called, to .
meet at the office of the company, at t-H
room 4 Mackintosh building. Salt Lako '-'JH
City, Utah, on Friday, June 10, 1010, at .
10 a. m.. for the following purposes: To , HH
elect a board of director?: to consider a JHH
proposition to soil the mining claims and H
other property of the company, and to JH
transact any other business that may yM
properly come before said meeting. 1 lH
IVANHOE MINING COMPANY. M (jH
Stockholder. i IJJH
By C. L. Rood. Agent. B
ESTATE OF IX. MACKINTOSH. , I' JH
By Charles Read. Executor. . JH
Salt Lako City, May IS, 1910. k27U j . IH