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ig 6 THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY AUGUST 13 1909
j li OLD STEAMBOAT
I DUMPS INDIAN
Albert Jim Stays on Until Fa
il mous Outlaw Decides to
J Throw Him
JtI
57 VARIETIES OF BUCKING
i <
1 FINALS AT WILD WEST SHOW
l SCHEDULED FOR TODAY
a
J 1 Another great crowd although not quite
II It 1 to large as that of Wednesday greeted
J Co Learys Wild West asswation at
t I the fair grounds yesterday and had some
rare spectacle Through a variety of cir
gUThILAUOL the oarller numbers dragged
a bit and the real excitement did not come
jmfll toward the end but the last num
b r te wild how race wa worth the
mwtfty all by Itself
The j ew seats proaOs by the manage
ment were raady and the handling of the
crowd and policing of the grounds were
toeA
the day was almost historic because
Albert JTJin one of the Indiana almost
rod oW Steamboat without pulline
leather Albert gave the veteran a food
Mlr ot it at tnat and stayed with it
rbly from the start until he had getaway
away behind tho corral when be waa
roretd to bite tho dust
Tlio bucking feature was made promi
nent not numbers of it being given
in additioc to the Wild hore race and an
unofficial stunt contributed by the In
dians Albert Jim was the only man to
be thrown Alex Lorlnnon rode Beaver
Kid Biscuit rode Young Steamboat ana
an unknown outlaw Sam Scoville rode
Arapahoe Kid and Red Bird Jim Mackle
made a good ride on Rare Vintage Hugh
Clark rode Senator Warren and War Paint
and Clayton Danks rode Hightower
Incidentally one of the Indians came
tearing across the lot on a horse that
was bucking some and finally dumped the
Indian One of the Indians feet was
caught in the stirrup but the Indian
with rare dexterity and presence of mind
praspcd the bridle nffd prevented his ba
ms dragged until other closed in and
Helped him to get loose Jim Mackle then
piled on the hors and rode it to a stand
still
stillKM Btomdt rode a burking mule from
Montana without difficulty early In the
afternoon and came to grief later on one
ef the steers The rope on the steer
llMtd and the Ki 1 stubbed his toe and
NO about that time After the rope had
hea adjust the Kid got on the steer
t MM rode It Sam Scoville also did a bit
fit Mew riding
Finals This Afternoon
Finals in all the competitive events will
m run this afternoon The men to tak
part In the bucking contest finals will
fee Ktfgh Clark Clayton Danks SAm Sco
Jlne Birnle St Clair Art Acord Ed Mc
ConRsIl and Harry Brennan
A new feature today wilt be a bear
roping eontest The bears were brought
9R the field yesterday afternoon and It
was expected that the bear roping would
take place then but Mr Leery decided
that as the bears had just got to town
and had not a chance to rest after their
Journey it would be better to put the
evsj t off until toclAV to be sure that the
Btgrs were In good health and spirits
flA wild horse race had about a dozen
entries and the handling of the horses
preliminary to getting the halters and
saddles on them drew the usual sympa
thetic expressions from the ladles and in
deed from some of the men who have
never had anything to do with the great
American cayuse in his wild state
Stub Farlow won the race with Lee
RebMBs second Sam Scovill third and
Jim Mackle fourth Ed McConnell got
i the prIM for haVnl the worst bucker
Jim MacMe got the start of the race
ana was making good headway when his
saUut steed went wrong Just arourd the
lirtt turn After a few crow hops around
the track the eeyuse fell down with Jim
II maerneath and by the time Jim got out
ftwn under and got his saddle back on
the cayuse three men had passed him
aad were too far along to be overtaken
Horses Are Bad Actors
Several of he rider never got around
at all Indeed two of them never got a
hundred yards from the starting place
The horses were failing bucking and roll
i leg aU over the track for a while and it
I was shore great sport Kid Biscuit was
howling along at about eight knots over
on the back stretch when his cayus da
ctdM to make a short cut of it for home
j and blundered through the rail falling
oil over the scenery and the Kid It re
i wtrea much persuasion by the diminutive
fWer to get the animal on Its fet again
Hersen threw themselves with several of
we riders but no harm was done as the
toors 8 were small the ground soft and
the riders tough
i Jim McHusrh won the Indian pony race
with George Marjack second and Frank
Martin third All the riders were In
lIMns
j Joelle Irwin 12 years old and daughter
1 of Manager C B Irwin won the ladles
naifmile with Llllie Nicholson second
and Irma Rainey third Miss Raln y la
i an attractive young Indian girl a sister
mnaw of JVank Randall manager of the
ladlons She Is the girl who took the
mrt of Pocahoatas In The Modern Poca
I hontog on the Orpheum circuit last year
and to a vocalist of talent and ability
k bavins received a good Ingush educa
lion
l f Ladles Relay Race
1 In the ladle r lay race Mrs Danks
wee the first hoat with Miss I Nicholson
j second and Mrs Spark third Miss Nich
f olson finished first in the second heat
Jut was set back to third place because I
p Ii her lifrlper turned one of her horses loose
on the track and the heat went to Mrs
to Dan s Miss Nicholson won the third
heat easily with Mrs Banks second and
Mrs Sparks third Mrs Sparks horses
did not work at all well for her and pre
I vented her making IlL better showing
Two teams the sheepherders and the
cowpunehers created much merriment
in a potato race which was won by the
cowpunchers U to 12
Buffalo Vernon and Hugh Clark did not
1 get off right on their roping exhibition
r t I timing been fed too well In Salt Lake
II according to the other bey but after
I they got warmed up a little they did bet
tfr Vernon had another good try with
1 his steer and got it down without great
ut difficulty
Goldie at Clalr rode Red Dander again
f in excellent manner
Bad Day for Ropers
The steer ropers had a bad day with a
bunch of accidents Senor Valdes had
about the worst time ot anybody He
fot hold of a husky steer that refused
J persistently to stay put It jumped over
into the race track and did a pretty fair
quarter in the wrong direction In spite of
all the senor and his horse could do to
I prevent it He Hopped the critter re
t peatedly but could not get It down to
stay down until Ions after everybody had
t1 focgotten about him Then somebody din
oovered the senor away back in the pas
l ture with the steer down and In the act
1 or rescuing forty feet of good hard twist
it I f A i rope that the steer had been dragging
t l around Nebdy mad good enough time
c 4 to count in tbe steer roping
r I The show wm end with this afternoons
t 1 performance which ought to be a record
I W breaker for excitement as the finals of
I tirt various events and several new stunts
are to be pulled off
i No One Expects It
1 Without the use of Sexine Pills a
l weak or rundown person cannot ex
w I pect to become thoroughly strong Sex
I ine Pills are the strongest and surest
I tonic In the world The price Is Jl a
box six boxes IE with full guarantee
Address or call F J Hill Drug Co
The Never Substltutors corner Sec
ond South and West Temple streets
CALL G A R r OPERATOR
II
On the Bell telephone for all business re
I i I lating f g to the Grand Army encampment
The Veteran Colony St Cloud
Florida
A representative of the Seminofo Land
Investment company is at Boom 308
Knutsford hotel to meet all those In
terestad in the Veterans colony at St
Cloud Florida and to gtve them full in
formation as to the lands terms meth
ods of reaching St Cloud prospects of
the colony etc
Very Low Rates
TO various points on the Oregon Short
Line and the Southern Pacific daily
from Aug S to 16 inclusive Ask agents
for particulars City ticket office 201
Main street
r
Take big red cars 10 am and 2 pm
From Second South and Main streets for
Point Lookout Through Emigration
canyon
G A R Dally Ogden Excursion
One dollar round trip Salt Lake to
Ogden dally Aug S to Ii inclusive via
Bamberger Line Return limit Aug
Ii Sixteen train daily
I
Never go camping without a kodak
We have fifty style and can do the I
beat finishing C R Savage Co li I
and 14 Main street
I
Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO
AYP EXPOSITION RATES
Via Oregon Short Line R R
3900 from Salt Lake to Seattle and
return on sale daily commencing June
J Ask agents for further particulars
City ticket office 201 Main strOet
o
Pharaohs Glen
In Parleys canyon open for campers
and visitors Telephone Dr J Mllleron
or call 285A at 830 a m Charles H
Anderson ManagerS
The fastest horses In Utah will go in
Saturdays races at Wandamere
INSTANT REUEf FROM 1
BREAD CATARRH
Why dont you get rid of that nasty
humiliating disease catarrh
You can do it If you really want to
But you cant cure catarrh in a few
days thats an utter impossibility be
cause there is no remedy known that
will kill the catarrh germs in that short
time
But you can cure catarrh if you will
have a little patience and breathe In
Hyomei pronounced Hlghome three
or four times a day
Hyomei cures catarrh by killing the
germs and it kills the germs because it
gets where the germs are
Hyomel is a powerful antiseptic and
germ killing air it is made from the
fluid extracted from the eucalyptus
tre fl of Australia where catarrh is un
known
It gives relief instantly stops hawk
ing in a few days and is guaranteed by
F C Schramm to cure catarrh asth
ma croup and bronchitis or money
back A complete outfit including In
haler costs 160 and extra bottles of
Hyomel cost 50 cents
Hyomei certainly saved my life and
I arcord It the credit which it deserves
aad merits There is nothing too strong
for me to say regarding Hyomei
Mrs Ada Hopkins 8 Cutter Ave Cold
water Mich Aug = i 190S
MIO HA
Cures indigestion
relieves stomach misery sour stom
ach belching and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back Lar o box of tab
ieti 50 cecta Druggists in all towns
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
has been used for YEARS by MILLIONS
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is 1 the
beet remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists In every part of the world Dt
sure And ask for Mrs Wlnslows Sooth
ing Syrup and take no other kind
Twntyfivo ents a bottle GUARAN
TEED TVDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT Jun 30 1iO SERIAL NUMBER
oos
Female T roublesi
And diseases of the nerves are not
Incurable This is proven beyond I
the shadow of a doubt by the hun
I
dreds of cures being made by Chi
ropractic
I
You may be treated at my office
privately and without interference
from your daily work I
Call and let me explain
Mrs G B H Pickard
217218 Herald Building I
HII lri
Weather
Forecast for
Today 4R EMAI
P Generally
Fair
Hundreds of People Continually Corn
ing and Going Throughout Every
Hour 01 fhe Day Indicate the Univer
sal Interest in the Great
GARDNER REMOVAL SALE I
I
The great crowd of eager buyers seem to in
crease rather than grow less Vigorous and per
sistent selling has resulted in many lines bacoming
broken while some have been entirely sold out But
there are hundreds of bargains as great as at the
beginning of this forced clearance
A GREAT SALE OF SUITS
Every suit is i a bargain Many of them are
soaps There are now about three hundred of them
in the lot The patterns are numerous including
stripes checks and plaids and mixed fabrics You
may choose from the lot l for only
7050
Oias
STORF
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UTAH DAY
AUGUST 26th
Alaska PacificYukon
ExpositionSeattle
THE GREAT TABERNACLE CHOIR 3060
300 VOICES TINDER DIRECTION I
OF PROFESSOR EVAN STEPHENS ROUND TRIP i
WILL COMPETE FOR GRAND VIA
EISTEDDFOD PRIZES AGAINST i
THE BEST CHOIRS OF THE
WORLD ji j i
SALT LAKE HIGH SCHOOL OA I
DETS AND BAND 300 STRONG i
SELLING
WILL ATTEND AND GIVE EXHI DATES
BITION DRILLS AUG 21 AND 22
BUT TICKETS
CITY TICKET OFFICE MAY BE
SECURED IN
201 Main Street ADVANCE
Theres no dispute about what our whiskey I i
shall be called ft ii gabagh5pnuinej all
are appropriate <
Most people call it rich fine choice rare r
splendid distinctive when they speak of
a Good old I
V t U l i
Pure yi
BOTTLED IN BOND
Ii I i
Ii i
FINAL CLEANUP SALE i
Of Ladies Suits Dresses Skirts and Waists I
ON CREDIT
Rather than carry over until next season the remainder of our sum
mer stock for women we will sacrifice all ladies garments at way
below cost prices and on weekly payments of 100 at that It
Your credit is good Come along and save substantially
THE MERCANTILE INSTALLMENT CO
Partial Payment Plan 74 West 2d South >
4y = Hr I
I
Neumanj
Monoxide
Tooth Powder
and
Tooth Paste
The Wisard of tbe Teeth
Can be bought at present at th <
following stores
Doull Drug Co
GodbeFitts Drug Oft
Hill Drug Co
HalUday Drug Co
F C Schramm Drug Store
Smith Drug Co
SmithBailey
Drug Co
Wholesale Distributors
Beware of Substitution and Sub ti
tutors
When this
week is
past
We should all go to work
and fill up our coal bins Its
almost September and coal
is scarce
Were still opposed to the
Black Hand
Western Fuel Co
Critchlow Fischer Kittle
Cable Address Wesfuco
Phones 719 73 Main J Street
Feel the
Heat
Most everybody does this
weather Sun worka overtime
these days Its Singling hot and
no mistake
The heat and consequent per
spiration make frequent calls to
liquidate 3om beverages ag
gravate the thirst others satisfy
it The beat results are obtained
by using
usingFISHER
FISHER
BEER
After you drink a glass of It
you feel cool all over It not only
cools you oIt but It Invigorates
and strengthen you and that is
what yon need in enervating
weather
Call for Fteher beer
A Fisher
Brewing Co
Phone i65
1
TheRL
OLamp
Unequalled for its bright and steady light sim
ple construction and absolute safety Has la
test improved burner Made of brau through
out and nickel plated Every lamp warraotrrt
Write to ne rent a ren cy if not at yon dealer
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
i sflnrpars
te a M D
1
Over 1000 pairs of Mens l50 4 and 5 Shoes I
and Oxfords at 2 the pair at Hirschm ns Over
flow Shoe Sale at 118 South Main Street
i Yours Shoely HIRSCHMANS The Shoe People
I
r1i Two Stores 106 So Main and Overflow Sale 118 I 1 So > Main
111
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SCHOOL I CENSUS GIVES CONCRETE
EXAMPLE OF SALT LAKES GROWTH
I
That Salt Lake is growing every one knows but the evidences of it are more
distinct and make a greater impression when met concretely Every pedestrian
can easily see that buildings arc being erected on every band that the streets are
full of life and that the stores and shops are busy but every tine does not know
that Salt Lake now has 16774 pupils enrolled in the public schools requiring 466
teachers to instruct them that 743 of these pupils were neither absent nor tardy
during the school year and that the estimated value of the citys school property
is 174542329 the total assessed valuation of city property in IMS being
48986214
These figures are taken from a partial report compiled for 1MC1M9 in the
office of City School Superintendent Chrlstensen a copy of which te appended
School census for July 1998 20114
Number of pupils enrolled In thepublic schools 16774
Number of teachers principals and supervisors 466
Largest monthly average number belonging second month 14748
Number of pupils enrolled by original entry for the first month 1538
Number of pupils enrolled by original entry the rest of the year 1493
Number of pupils promoted to high school 9tl
Number of pupils graduated from high schcol 1 < jg
Number of pupils not absent nor tardy during the year 7C
Number of visits by patrons 9914
Number of visits to patrons 114
Estimated < value of school property Jl74648129
Assessed valuation of city taxable property IMS 11986314M
City tax for school purposes mills per dollar eyt
State school tax mills per dollar g
Cost of superintendence of instruction 367S6CZ7
Coat of books and school supplies 3054404
Total cost of maintaining the schools per capita
a Based on average number belonging 3596
b Based on enrollment SS098
WIFf ASS1llO 1 A MONTH
Mrs Cecelia Moore Files Suit for
Separate Mainten
ance
Mrs Cecelia Moore feels that she Is
not being treated as a wife should be
as is evidenced by a complaint for sep
arate maintenance filed by her yester
day against Reddick R Moore They
were married at El Paso Tex Jan SI
1902 Recently according to the com
plaint Moore has become so provident
that he has neglected to contribute to
the support of his wife so she asks the
court to award her 100 per month
that she may continue to occupy the
station in life to which she is accus
tomed
Mr Moore alleges that her spouse
is chief assistant superintendent of the
American Smelting Refining compa
ny at Garfield and that he finds 900 in
his pay envelcpe every month
GRAVEL DUMPED ON LOT
Property Owner Sues for Alleged
Damages to His Real Estate
According to the recitations of a com
plaint filed and suit entered yesterday
in the city court by Joseph M Mar
riott against William H McIntyre the
Utah Savings = Trust company and
A and J McDonald the defendants
have damaged the plaintiff in the sum
of SUM for having between Oct 1 1908
and Aug 10 of this year damaged his
property lot 1 block 87 plat A Salt
Lake survey by dumping thereon grav
el and earth to a depth of about three
feet all without the consent of Mar
riott
The plaintiff also alleges that the de
fendants tore down a fence a shed and
a chicken coop of the value of about
1W also the property of Marriott
ROBERT URE IS DEAD
Pioneer of 1849 Passes Away at His
Home in West Bountiful
Robert Tire a pioneer of 49 died August
11 at his home in West Bountiful at the
ripe age of 90 Mr Ure was a native of
Scotland He came to Utah in November
1SU He married Mary Muir In 13M set
tled in West Bountiful and has lived there
ever since
Mr Ure was highly respected and was
of a quiet retiring disposition
Mr Urn leaves a widow two sons
nine daughters and a host of friends who
feel 1 a personal loss at his demise Old
art and general debility was the cause
of his death The funeral will take place
toddy at West Bountiful meeting house I
Friends are invited
t I I REXBURG IDA NOTES II I
i i
Special Correspondence
Rexburg Ida Aug 11 Funeral serv
ices for the remains of Eva H Virgin
aged 16 years of Sugar City were held
at that place Sunday Bishop Alfred
I Ricks taking charge Death was caused
by typhoid fever The deceased was
the daughter of Mr and Mrs Nephl
Virgin of Sugar City Interment was
m the local cemetery Undertaker John
Phillips of Rexburg had charge of the
remains
Mrs Mary R Stout aged 32 years
wife of James Stout of Hibbard died
Aug S of blood poisoning and was bur
led from the Hibbard meeting house
Aug lit The Interment took place in
Rexburg cemetery The deceased leaves
a husband and seven children to mourn
her loss Bishop James Rigby had
charge of the funeral Quite a num
ber of Rexburg people went over to
Hibbard to attend the funeral J R
Young of Rexburg was the officiating
mortician
Mrs Hyrum Dewsnup of Gridley Cal
Is here visiting relatives and friends
She la the guest of Mr and Mrs Rob
ert Archibald
Mrs Daniel Harding of Willard is vls
lUng her parents Mr and Mrs A L
Blackburn of Rexburg
Otto Llljenqulst of Hamm Cos of
fice force is taking his summer vaca
tion at Hyrum
Mrs J D Flamm gavft birth to a
girl last Friday AH well
E C Dalby Is among the visitors at
the G A R encampment from Rex
burg
Engars Fremont County band gave a
tree concert last Sunday night before
they left for Salt Lake te take in the
G A R program
MUST NOT SEll BONOS
Carton County Commissioners Re
strained by Order of the
Supreme Court
The supreme court yesterday granted I
an alternative writ of prohibition return I
able September 1 MOO upon petlUon of
J M Whitmore plaintiff against Car
bon county a municipal corporation B
R McDonald C K Jensen and D J
Thomas county commissIoners and A W
Horrtey as county treasurer of Carbon
county
The writ prayed for seeks to restrain
the above defendants from negotiating
selling or otherwise disposing of the coun
ty bonds voted at a recent election held
In that county alleging many irregulari
ties In the publication notices and method
of holding the election
GIRLS GO TO STATE SCHOOL
Dependent Family to Be Sent to For
mer Home
Judge Gowans in the juvenile court
yesterday ordered that Maggie Smith
and Sarah Hopper whose cases have
been under consideration by the court
be sent to the state industrial school
Two boys who had been engaged In
investigating the exhilarating as well
as depressing effects of cigarette smok
Ing were adjudged delinquent and put
on probation
Mrs Peter Connell was temporarily
deprived of the care and custody of her
five children The family has been ad
Judged to be publicly dependent and
both mother and children will be sent
by the poor board to their former home
in southern Utah if Mrs Connell can I
show that she is the proper person to i
have the care of her bairns Their ages
range from 5 months p to 14 years I
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Rebecca J Cook to Ernest S Cook
part section 33 township 1 south
range 1 east 1
Blanche K Heaves et al to Lewis
Larson lots 21 and S Woodman
sees subdivision 10 I
Chris Schwab et al to Victor Sahm
lots U and 17 Third Golden Park
addition SW
John H Murfitt et al I to William B
Fisher part lot 1 block 18 plat G 30
George Romney Sons company to
Heber J Romney et al part lot 7
block m pint A 1
Annie May Flowers et al to Asenath
A Adams Kiskadden all of lots l
and 20 Belmont subdivision 395
Marshal L Dallln et al to Joseph H
Paul part lot 3 block 66 plat D 230
Frederick Junk et al to Johann Nal
ken part section H township 1
south range 1 wes 6M
Kimball I Richard to John Baird i
lot 23S SSouthgate park 150 I
Paul Granoll to A Brlzzolara all of
lots 6 and 7 Dolans subdivision 1
Thomas Alston et al to Peter C Stir
fensen part lot 8 block 17 plat i
A A 575
Nancy B Youns et al to Burt
Cariquist lots 7 to 10 Enrichs sub
division 28650
II C Dallas to S C Dallas part lot
2 block SS plat A 11
Edward B Wicks to John R Smith
s7and1dhIockpistSAA E
Albert Davis et al to John R Smith
tots S and 15 block i plat Iacre
plat A 5
JOSEPH fURAY I
THE LUCKY MAN
Gets First Choice ot Farm in
Flathead Indian Reservation
I
ervation
HAILS FROM WARSAW IND
DRAWING PERFUNCTORY AFTER
NAME WAS ANNOUNCED
Coeur dAteiM Ida Aug 1To
thousand names were drawn today for
the Flathead Indian reeor ration and
Joseph Furay of Warsaw lad was the
winner of the lucky number one A
crowd of about Ml people assembled to
hear the names of the winners thin
morning and throughout the day there
was about the same number around the
drawing stand many coming and going
The weather was cool and the sky over
cast at the beginning but it soon be
came extremely hot
Judge Witten superintendent of the
opening made a brief address at the
outset explanatory of the method to be
pursued in the drawing of names his
speech being virtually the same as that
at the opening of the Coeur dAtene
drawing en Monday The 81863 appli
cations each in a buff envelope had
been dumped upon the platform and
J G Vltten announced that JOOO would
be drawn today JOW to 2500 tomorrow
and the rest of the 6000 on Saturday
Cheer for First Winner
The first envelope was picked up by
little Miss Donlan at 110 oclock and
the announcement of the name of the
winner was greeted with a cheer
Thereafter the drawing became per
functory A striking oath was found in
the application of Miranda Dickey of
Pullman Wash who received an ex
cellent claim and who swore she was S5
years old weighed Just twenty pounds
and put Goliath to shame by measuring
58 feet 126 inches in height Judge Wit
ten allowed it
When the name of N D McPhee of
Coeur dAlene was announced as win
ner No Is a young lady in the crowd
gave a hysterical shout and made a
wild dash to carry the news to father
The first woman to win was Eleanor
McCleltan of Missoula Mont who stat
ed in her application that she was 70
years old
The First Fifty
The first fifty names in the drawing
today are
1 Joseph Furay Warsaw Ind 2 Jo
seph Hodge Deer Lodge Mont 3 Pat
rick Quigley Rosemont Minn 4 Ed M
Webber Hillyard Wash 5 Eleanor
McClellan Missoula Mont 6 Will
Suchlke Appleton Mis 7 Seth Stone
Vagones B CI L CHen Uellwyn Beat
ty Mont 9 Lon Frank Butte Mont
10 C T Brownell Desmet S D 11
Ed H Charette Goldfield Nev 12
Demetrius Rodamer West Salisbury
Pa 13 Adam J Ritz Wenatchee
Wash 14 Joseph K Foster Mount
Carmel Ill li J Rockman Cascade
Mont 18 Sarah B Cooper Portland
Ore 17 Alfred Wallin Prairie du
Chien Wis 18 SE Jacobs Raymond
Kan 19 Ralph R Rower Slsslton S
D 30 James O Plphsr Charleston
III 21 A B Herrick Welberville
Mich 22 Alfred Crusen Morris Minn
23 F S Bull Helena Mont 24 Isaac
Hedrick Brushy Run W Va 25 Ed
S Dorman Missoula Mont 36 Harry
H Goble Great Falls Mont 27 An
drew Solberg White Fish Mont U
E T Ellis Altoona la M D J Miller
Grand Horde Ore 31 Amandus Hintz
Spokane Wash 32 R A Cobban
Butte Mont St Francis M Cannack
Seattle Wash W G T Tabor Prairie
du Sac Wis M John N Towney
Butte Mont 36 A H Pane Seattle
Wash Ii Donald McIntyre Eveleth
lion M Harry T Gebhart Missoula
Mont 39 Thomas C Caswell Missou
la Mont 40 Charles E Christopher
Chicago 111 41 Patrick J Gilroy
Butte Mont 43 Andrew Eck Helena
Mont 48 E E Carlson Spokane
Wash 44 Elizabeth Pfeifer Muscatine
la 45 John D Powell Kalispell
Mont 46 Roger B Altken Mahnowen
Minn 47 Klsear Laundry Butte
Mont 4S J D Van Llew Weldon la
n James McKay Battle Creek Mich
SO i John W TinrVIn C1fIntt O 1

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