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; 8 KEE SAIT IjAKEj TBTBTOTE: SATURDAY MOB2SncyG JCTAinr 30, 1904:.
I IN THE WORLD OP SPORT I JERRY IS SECOND REST H Sieleff Got the Decisien in H the Contest. I ' FIGHT WENT TWENTY R6UN8S Good Crowd Witnesses! Merl torlous Exhibition. Hl McCarthy Claimed Ho Should Have Hnd Decision, and the Pair HLj Hay Meet Again. ' "'It vas the Dutch" (hat got the de- i ldon In the twenty-round' bout between Otto SlelofC and Jerry McCarthy at the Grand theater last ntght. It was a fast Hj fight between the Irish and the Dutch Sor the wliitc -weltcr-welghl champion rhlp and every one was satisfied with 1 the way they -went at It. Sieloff took the aggressive from the start and fought for ' just about all thcr was in him every round, Jerry, the local favorite, Jicpt on the defensive, only straightening up H' from -his famous crouch three or four H times durinsr the game. He was fresher. apparently, tlian Si'eloiT at the end of H. the twentieth and would have worn him Hr cut in a few more rounds. , EVERY SEAT "WAS TAKEN. Every sat in the house was taken and the stngc was literally packed. Both H men were heartily cheered when they entered the ring shortly before 10 o'clock. Theodore Van Buskirk was H chosen to referee the contest and au- nounced that the fight would be accord lug to the straight Marquis of Quecns H bury rules. Manager Kellcy of the Shamrock club stated that SlelofC H' weighed in below tho agreement weight H and that McCarthy forfeited his weight money of 5100. It was pin In that Jerry outweighed his opponent from about six to ten pounds. Hj, ' JERRY BEHIND HIS CROUCH. At the sound of the gong for the first Hr round both men stepped forward. Jerry W assumed his crouch and Sieloff took the V aggressive. Sieloff was shifty on his feet H and Jerry kept himself well covered. He H was ever on the lookout for an opening Bt and landed always In the mixnps. In H the second round Sieloff got a stinger in H", the mouth and nose, which brought a B little blood, all that was seen in the con- H test Sieloff did most of the leading for H the first seven rounds and Jerry ap- i pfired to be laying back. In the third H Sieloff eeenied to be a little worried. Mc- mj Car thy effectually blocked all of his H ' main leads and only a few short jabs r went home. The Dutchman ducked fomu of JeiTy's vicious left swings. In thf clinchc-s Jerry played a tattoo upon BVM the other's back, but the blows did not BSV bother SleJofC much. ' , TWO VICIOUS CUTS. HA In the fifth round Sic-loff got in two - vicious uppercuts and Jerry stralght- BVVb cued up. He stepped back from two BVVbI 1 hard swings from SiclofC's right and BVVb ii landed two hard ones to Sleloff's face. BbVbI Both men rushed matters somewhat In BVVV , the sixth and the footwork of the one BbVbI and the blocking of the other saved both BVVb from foine vicious blows. The seventh BVVV was the slowest round of the contest, BVVy j I both men hanging back a little for wind. j JERRY HAD A ROUND. H The eighth was Jerry's round. Two BVVV ; left swings went home to the Dutch- BVVV r man's jaw and neck and two more were U ducked. Sieloff uppercut to Jerry's Jaw BVVn lj and they were mixing things when the HVVV gong sounded. Honors were about even BVVy i t In the ninth, tenth and eleventh rounds, n Sieloff was still doing most of the fight- BVVn ' i Ing. He tried to get In several ipper- BVVH i ''Uts, but they landed on the other's BVVn I glove. It was give and take In the tenth BSSV and eleventh. Sieloff badly bruised both BVVV 'j thumbs In the tenth mid Jerry did the BBBV k,i mixing In the eleventh. The twelfth BSSn was SlelofTs round. t i' BOTH AFTER BLOOD. H Jl Jerry got In a bad one to the ribs In BBBH ,ji the thirteenth and landed a hard left to ; I the Jaw In the following round. Both BBBn yj rounds were Jerry's. Both men clinched BVVW Jl Ir the fifteenth and mixed twice. Slc- III Inn hnrl .n little (hp- hfttw nf ihn. v- I, ' ( hanges In the next two. Jerry tried to , rush things in the eighteenth round j ml sent his left and right to head twice. I p Sieloff landed a right on' the eye and ? i several to the body. This was the best j ;S lound of the go. Both men fought for i 1 5 a knockout In the last two rounds and ' .J honors were about even. v J j SOME PRELIMINARY BOUTS. The fight was preceded by two rrellm- inarles of four rounds each. The first was between the two thirty-pound chil dren of R, M. Jones. The other was be- i tween Tommy Markham and Ray Bar- ? ney. Both were good exhibitions. Ear- , 1 nry and Charles Ross acted as seconds I for McCarthy and Eddie Rohlnson and Joe Wadlnskl for Sieloff. The time- I , kec-pera were Charles Lange for the I club, Billy Butt for McCarthy and Billy I Sauer for Sieloff. 1 1 CHIEF LYNCH ON FIGHTS. I The fighting game, so long as It is L , I conducted on the square, will be con- K ! tinned in this city, according to Chief H Lynch. Both the chief and the Mayor are In favor of permitting events of that nature eo long as the public Is protected H , from fraud, n ! "The Mayor and myself have not dls?- ; cusHed the matter, but so far as I am P , i concenied 1 am In favor of having the I j game. Personally I am fond of it, and 1 I fo long as the grafters don't get busy I 1 j can uzi no reason why fights, should not 1- ' be pulled off here. AVe won't stand for I j any crooked work, however, and the H i i All druggists guarantee every bottle of E; 1 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will H ' refund the money to anyone who Is not H Matlsficd after using two-thirds of the Bt 1 i contents. This is tho best remedy In H ; the world for la grippe, coughs, colds. 1 , i croup and whooping cough and Is plcas ant and Eafc to take. It prevents any H j 1 tendency of a cold to result in pneu- H M morda. thing will bo called off as soon as wc learn of any fake exhibitions." HA3TOICAP FOB IElDrUS. Six-and-a-Half Furlong' 1 Race the Feature. San Francisco. Jan- 25. A six and a hnlf furlong handicap was the main at traction at Oakland today. A field of five met with Kuturita ftivorltc and the Jon nlnc's colt Jridlus ne.ti In demand. Away to a good Btart, Trldlns took tlK' lead ut once and. though hard prosed by Prin cess Tltanla, beat her half a length. Fu turlta r.-.n framcly and took third money. Dick Turpin was plunged on In the 3-year-old race, but third was tin best ho could do. Young Popper led until the final sixteenth, when Toledo caught nSm and won handily. BOOKS MAKE A SWEEP. j Favorites All "Went to Defeat at Los Angolcs. Los Angeles, Jan. CO. Favorites foil with unfailing regularity at Ascot Park today and tho thirteen books made a olean sweep. Not a .single favorite finished first," although some well-played .second choices were successful. Weather fine, track cooo. BROAD BEATEN BY HANLOR San Francl9co. Jan. ?. Exhausted at tho end of the fourteenth round tonight, "Kid" Broad of Cleveland abandoned his contest with Eddie Hunlon of San Fran cisco, and tho referee awarded the fight to tho California!!. Broad had had but. a few days' preparation for the light, and was, according to his own claim, not in condition to continue. Hanlon gave him a terrible punching ,about tne body. Tho winner fought a fast and aggrosslvo bat tle and directed most of Ids blows against the body of his opponent, missing few of his shots. Broad proved Ids capacity for absorbing punishment to be great, but his showing against Hanlon was of an Infe rior order, nnd all through the fourteen rounds Hanlon wan in fine condition and rarely received a blow that cither Jarred or hurt, with the pxcrptiou of one blow on the cyo which ullt,tho lid open and for a few moments caused hln confusion. Broad was apparently outclassed and whs at no tlmo able to penetrate tho peculiar defense put up by Hanlon. BIG BUGS RACE Ormond. Fla.. Jan. 29 All the one-mile events In the automobile tournament were run here this afternoon and two of the five-mile contests. It was a field day for W. K. Vandcrbllt. Jr.. for ho won cvvry race in which ho entered. In the one mile class he beat Brokaw, Breeze and Bowden. winning his final heat In -17 3-5 socondH. Rowdcn won th 56-second class ono mile in the finnl heat in 50 4-5 sec onds. Tho best ti-nc In this race was madi by Bowden in the first hat. -IS seconds. A. W. Curtlss won the one-mile motor eycli; race In 59 1-5 seconds. In the live mile for gentlemen amateurs Mr. Vandcr bllt won. his best time being 3.31 "J-3; ho also won In tho five-mile free-for-all, with a record tlmn of 3 313-5. Louis S. Rosa won tho five-mile runabout race in 7:53 The course was In good condition and the attendance large. VIGNATJX BEATS SUTTON. Frenchman Beats Yankee in Close Billiard Score. Paris, Jan. 20 By the narrow margin of four points, Vlgnaux, tho French player, defeated Sutton, the American, in the billiard contest played here tonight, and consequently retains the champion ship of the world. The match was for MO points at elghteen Inch balklinc, two shots allowed in balk, nnd the play lasted for nearly trur hours. Neither player made hlrjh runs at first, but Vlgnaux finally let himself out and scored 73. This was followed up by a run of HG. which was the highest of the evening. Huns: Vlgnaux 3. 20. 2, 7. 0. IS. 3, 1, 2. 7C, 10. IK, 0, 1, 29. 0. 2. 9. 0. 21, 13, 0, 20, 79. 0, 23500. Sutton-0. 4, 16, 39, 13. 0. 1, 1. 35, SS. 0. 5. 13, 0, 2, II. 0, 16. 1C, S7. 1, 7, 11, 12S. 1, 17 1W. "Won the Ladies' Race. There was a ladles' race at the Fair Grounds skating rink lant night. In which seven young women took part. The first prize wa a skating suit, and the second and third prizes wcic skates. The dis tance was a mile, and the girls finished in the following order, cheered on by tho big crowd present: Lyda Van Stceter, Sndle Brown. Muggle Llttleralr. Emma Emllson, Annie Smith, Lizzie Thomas and Paulino Kemp. Good Ball Players Change. Los Angeles. Jan. 29. J. F. Morlcy, man ager of the Los Angeles baseball team, announces that he has signed Timothv Flood of tho Brooklyn National league club to play second base next season, and Curtl3 Bernard of Toledo to play In the outfield. This completes the team for next season. Flood played with Sacranento three years ago. NEW AUTOS FOR SALT LAKE. Three Winkon automobiles, 1901 pattern, arrived in tlif city yesterday for tho Utah Automobile company. They were pur chased by Col. E. F. Holmes, E. V. Croll and D. C. Jackling. general manager of' the Utah Copper company, for 500 each. The machines arc said to bo the finest that havo ever been shipped Into the "West. Tlny are 25-horae power and have a capacity of forty-ilvo miles per hour. The machines aro tho first In the State which are furnished with canopy tops, plote glas.i fronts and complete protection from tho weather. "With the arrival of tho three machines yesterday thcro are now thirty-eight auto mobiles In tho city and fifty In tlu State. The AVlnton was used by Barney Oldficld in making a world's record of a mile In 39 seconds. We are prepared to Invest your funds eo that they will bring you tho largest returns compatible with eafety. You hold the sectirlty. We do tha work. McGurrln & Co., 134 Main 8t. Hotel Halls. Pleasant and comforta ble, reasonable. 3rd So. and State. We havo moved to No. 12 West Third South. Will be glad to meet our old friends and customers In our new loca tion. On account of cheap rent we will be able to give our patrons tho benefit of same, and will sell uood good cheaper than ever. TOM & JEURY CLOTHING HOUSE, I N, i-tvflg, Pj?iv HE PUT COALS OF FIRE ON HIS ENEMY'S BED A mistake of iw letters in the reading . of the scriptures came near causing a ?o rious tire at the corner of Fourth South and State streets about 5 o'clock last evening. Instead of heaping coals of the on hLs enemy's head, C. H. Brown, a colored man, Is jilloattd to have heaped coals of firo on his bed. The enemy in 'this case was Charles Shclton, who Uvea In the rear of the Court Exchange lunchroom, in a little wooden addition. At the hour mentioned abovo J. Scheffner. proprietor Of the restaurant, s.ncllcd burning cloth lie traced the smell to Shelton's quarters and, on going in the door, found the comer of the room in a blaze. Employees of the restaurant and the Court saloon hastily formed a bucket hrltradt: nnd threw water, snow, ooffco and everything else of a liquid na ture upon tho ilaincs. This prompt action was successful, and BIEB AT A GREAT AGE. Seth Parsons of Salt Lake Succumbs to Paralysis at the Ago of 94. At the age of 01 years, Seth Parsons, grandfather of W. Benjamin Putman, manager of the American Mercantile and Reporting agency, died jesterday morning at Mr. Putman's residence. 1157 Third street. The deceased was born at Hartford, Conn-, in 1811. He was a tailor by trade and ran a shop of his own, thereby accumulating a fair com petence, which he invested about twenty years ago in an orange grove In Florida. A severe winter killed his trees just as they were coming Into bearing and he was forced to .sell his property at a great loss. Since that time he has made his home with his son. B. L. Parsons, at Sheldon, Mo., and his grandson. He came here last August and has since lived with Mr. Putman. He was stricken with pnrajysls on Wednesday night and died at 5 o'clock yesterday morning. The remains will be shipped to his old home In Missouri for burial. His son. E. L. Parsons, will arrive this morning to Jake charge of the body. AT THE HOTELS. Arrivals at the Cullcn yesterday: J. G. Allrlgh, C. B, Webb, Michigan; James B, Anderson. Lexington. Ky.; E. Chatters and wife. J. Flowers and wife, Mansfield, O.; A. Dcslammls and wlfo, Wohtcr, Mass.; W. F Cordes. Denver; F. A. i've leth and wife. W. G. N'agsly, Louisville, Kv.; John Monturc, Logan, George T. Smith, Joseph- J. D. Call. Bilgham City; M. L. Hartroose, Ogden; E. T. Brown. New York. WILSON EUROPE AX HOTEL. Yesterday arrivals at the Wilson Euro pean: C. H. Boffin, William Krug. JI. L. Park, Omaha; Henry nickel and wife, Cedur Rapids; M. M. Alexundrhi. A. H. Auson, W. G. Lewis, L. C. Doughtcry. St. Louis; Charles Boyle, II G. Tvvormy, Amborland. Wyo.: B. S. Adtler, H. A. Boyer. A. E. Stansbury. Denver; M. .1, ICneill. Gcorgo Gelding. George B. Smith. Harry Chaurant, New York; G. E. Adams, M. B. Pope, Vernal; J H. MncLcnnan, Bert E. Werthclmer, Hartland Law, San Frunclsco; J. W. Stowurt and wife. Spo kane; Joaeph M. KurtH. R. X. Dickman, Chicago; George B, Carr, Milwaukee; Mrs. Jennie Dc Mott, Mrs. Clara Baiter. Colorado Springs; D. A. Depue. Mammoth, A. D. Smith, A. M. Wrench, Telluride, E. C. Schocin;, St. Paul: N. J. Thorstenbcrg, Llndsboy: Frod G. EgKenbergcr, Plntta mouth: F. A. Hill. Park City; Hugh Mc Cune, Bingham; William S. Marks. Tooele; W. A. G. Loot, Seattle; G. S. Kimball. Los Ansrclcs; E. 13. Jacobs, McCammon; T. M. Edwards, Rode Springs; J. C. Sul llvanj Eureka. Visit the National Capital on New York Ticket Without extra fare via Vandalia-Pcnn-aylvanla Short Lincp. In addition to the advantage of traveling over match less roadbed In solid vestlbuled trains, passengers may purchase Philadelphia and New York tickets, good via Wanh ington and Baltimore, at direct line fares. Ten days stopover In each city; also at Philadelphia. Confer with J. M. Chcobrough, A. G. P. Agt.. 800 Century building, St. Louis, about this convenience. Fi'08 Musicnle. This evening at 8:15 our regular Sat urday night "Musical" will occur. "Mu bIu lovers Invited. Mrs. Bessie Brown ing, soprano, and "Apollo" grand piano player in fine pclectlons. r CLAYTON MUSIC COMPANY, In a few mlnuUs the fire was out. Thou It was discovered that coals from the cook ing stove in tho room hod beon piled In the center of tho two lcds. Tho lid was Ktlll off the stove, and a llre-ahovel. used In the attempt, lay" on tho floor. Although the door was not locked, the Incendiary had broken In through tho window by snuBhlng the glass and window frame. Mr. Shclton suspected Brown of the crime because of an altercation which oc curred earlier in the day. Shelton Is a teamster and has not only given Brown emplovment, but has allowed hln to sleep In this room. Yesterday Brown got drunk and became no troublesome that Shultoii ordered him to move. Other persons had flcn Brown In the vicinity about the tlmu the firo was discovered and his peculiar action In loavlnjr the sceno when told that his room was ablcze strengthened the su. olclon against him. Patrolman J D. Brown arrested the suspect a short lime aflor the nrc and I lodged him In the city Jail. Ho Is charged I with arson WORK OF WOODPECKER STARTS A $ 500 FIRE The residence of Mrs. Sarah Jane Cannon, widow of George Q. Cannon, on Ninth West, between Tenth and Eleventh South streets, was destroyed by firo yesterday afternoon, resulting in a loss of 51500. Mrs. Cannon believes that the fire was started by means of matches which were ignited by wood peckers. The birds had pecked a hole through tho cornice and made a resting place of the garret. The fire was discovered shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon and had practically enveloped the building. Cen tral station responded to the alarm, but was of little use for the reason that wa ter could not be secured. There are no water mains near the residence, which Is outside the city limits. The river SCHOOLS LAST MONTH. Record by Pupils and Teachers in Salt Lake, as Shown in Super intendent's Eeport. The report of Superintendent D. H, Christensen of the public schools of Salt Lake City for the fourth month, ending January S, 1904, which has Just been com pleted, shows a total of 3.692 pupils en roled. For these pupils there aro 31C teachers, making an average of forty-two pupils to each teacher Although there were 1S23 cases of tardiness during tho month the per cont of punctuality was very high. Only two of the schools fell below 99 per cent, and the average was 99.4 per cf-nt The two schools referred to are the Bonneville. 93 6. and tho west sldo high school, of 97.7 per cent. There wcro six cases of corporal punishment for tho month and two of these were In the Union school. Tho report shows forty-tlvc colored pupils to bo attending the public schools wan too far away to permit pipe connec tions. A pond which is nearby was frozen so solidly that no water was i available. I The building was a two-story adobe ' structure and was one of the old land marks of the city. It was erected in the early days and had been the prop erty of the Cannon family since its erection. The furniture was saved with small loss. The building, however, was almost totally destroyed. It Is esti mated at the fire station that the loss will reach J1500. There Avas no insur ance. Mrs. Cannon declared yesterday thnt she believed that woodpeckers were the cause of the fire. It Is supposed that matches had been left in the garret and that the birds caused them to become Ignited. AMUSEMENTS. The theory underlying "The Mummy and the Humming Bird" Is that a hus band should pay ?omo attention to his wlfo or he may havn to pay attention to a rival. The ida Is not a new one on tho stage, but in this play It Is worked out In exceptional ways. Tho husband plays tricks on the lover, scares him nearly to death a couplo of times, and Instead of mussing up tho stase at the last with tho baflled fellow's remains, eaves him from the vengeance of another husband who is on his trail. Through much of It the Mummy, who Is tho husband, exorcises surprising self-control, and goes In for having somo spoil at tho expenso of tho frightened Humming Bird, who Is tho lover. It all makes unique complications and excites wonder that things should go on ro. But its peculiarities which glvo variation to the old-time plot aro what make It entertaining, and one Is thankful for them. Tho clever Mr. GUmoro shows an ad vance In the part of the Mummy. His work last night was excellent, There was a naturalness about it that made it very effective. John Martin as tho Italian organ-grinder was very good in tho scene In which thf character is tillable to speak English, though later when ho could speak It with an Italian accent, the ac cent did not appear to-be tho real thine Nor did G Arthur Yielding, who took quite well tho part of tho Italian Hum ming Bird, convlnco one that his voice was truly like that of a gent from Italy. The support generally was satisfactory, though one of the ladles had ovldently had a practical Joke played on her by somo mischievous person who had told her. wo Imagine, that many of the people in the audience woro doaf. The play will be given again this after noon and this evening. Tho audience last night was a largo on;. J. C. Lc&ry. exalted ruler of the local lodge of Klks. yesterday Issued a personal letter to every member of the lodge, ask ing that the benefit performance to bo given at the Grand tonight by tho prin cipal members of the lata "Hello Bill" compan. with tho aid of somo of tho best local talent, be remembered by a generous purchasing of seats. This action was urged not aloho on account of tho worthiness of the cause for which tho performance Is primarily given the as sistance of the Gleason and Brighton fam ilies but also ns a matter of reciprocal favor for what the actors concerned havo done for the Elks. There can be no doubt that thoro will bo full houses at both the afternoon and evening performances- It in said that "The Adventures of Bill. ' tho play to bo rendered, is the funniest of farces, and that nil who attend will bo well repaid, aside from the beneficent feature. The cast of characters Is as follows: William Johnson John Daly Murphy Christopher Smith ...Frank Mostyn Kelly Dr. Jack Gordon Echlln P. Gayer Col. William Johnooru Walter Llttlo Capt. Morris Dana T. Smith Tho ShertfT Ilonry Adams Attendants.. Clfurles King. Gcorgo Wileon Isabella Dean Miss Rennlo Pcderseu Henrietta Hart Wllma Pcderseu Mrs. Col. William Johnson Miss Mary McClaln Marie, the Maid. ..Miss Chrlstino Johnson Dorothy Dean Ml?a Kathleen Clifford If you want clothes that fit and al ways look well on you, see Gordon, the tailor, at 109 W. 2nd So. Tho World's First Limited Train Was operated by the Pennsylvania rail way system, which from time to time Introduced new features, attaining the perfection In travel seen today In the Pennsylvania Limited, leaving Chicago daily at 6 o'clock p. m., and the Now York Limited, leaving SL Louis daily at 12.30 noon, the finest trains in tho world, mnklng the run to New York in quick time. George T Hull, district agent, haH Interesting information re garding theBC trains and their routes, which will be furnished upon applica tion at 810 Seventeenth street, Denver, Colo. SALT LAKE TURF EXOHANiE KBNYON HOTES CaHfernlA ithiI Tfniitnui Hjim. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for tho District of Utah. In the matter of David I. Gallagher, vol. bankrupt. In bankruptcy No. C65. To the creditors of David I Gallagher of Salt Lake City, in tho county of Bait Lakw and district iLforcsald, a bankrupt. Notice- Is hereby glvcnthat on the ISth day of January, 19CH, th. said David f. Gallagher was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my office, in tho Commer cial block. Salt Lake City, on the 9th day of February. 1904, at 10 o'clock In the fora uoon, tit which time tho iald creditors may attend, provo their claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho bankrupt and trans act such other business as may properly conic before said meeting CHARLES BALDWIN. Roforce In Bankruptcy. Salt Lake City, Jan, 9 lWt, I ...TONIGHT'S SPECIALS... I From 7 to 10 P. M. nly Turnover oliars 100 dozen fine khlte embroidered and hemstitched top collars, In a great variety of pretty new patterns. Regular 20c and 25c collars, 0& 1 for three hours only, from 7 to 10 p. itl, choice at r I GLOVES i GOc fine silk lined' fabric gloves, for Immediate wear. Cleaning up bol- j ance of stock from 7 to 10 2Z0 p. m. only, at, per pair - ' .'..Waist IeanUp... i We will place on sale for three hours only, from 7 to 10 p. m.. one lot of j I waists, comprising all our broken lines that sold originally from 65o to i $2.00, made In a variety of desirable styles, fancy Persian materials, g Avhite piques and madras, colored Oxfords,, etc., etc.. all sizes "Xft In this lot, but more from 3S Inch bust to 14. 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TUolr nen- sjrnptora blank covers overy symptom of dlr.easo irblcli enablos them to diagnose yonr cae and tell you T.-hat your trouble It. what can bo dono for you, and what tbo cost of n cure will b. WR1T12 if 7011 cannot call, for their new symptom Hit und toko advanUure of tho KRED EXAMINATION. Wuotbcr 70a Uto treatment or not, tho adTlco costs you nothing. Weak IVlen Pay When Cured IXC ion tuner from any of tho weaknesHJS or AVo euro ton flrnt and then ask a. REASON- disease canted by lunorancc, cicohh or con- ABLE FE1S w hon you ere curud. You can de- taBlon TOUAltE T1IK VERY I'ERSON WE pond upon our uord. tliontands of patlent- ANT TO TALK TO. have Indorsed ub. NOW WE WANT TO CUIUS We have provonoura-Jllln curlnc CHRONIC YOU with the distinct understanding that tto dtfeascs br publishing tho nany voluntary will not demand a VEB until wo euro you. 11 loitlraonlals from homo people, giving nauies, Thlu npplles to Lot Manhood, Somlnal Weat- plwS!n"rSrwntii!ii nilit rmKi.-o neM.9pormatorrl.oea, Varloocole. Dlwaaes of IX ritlVATE DISEASES ,ho pt 0n. Unnatural Lowes, Gon- nccnoio It would betray conndence. Hence, orrboes.Glcot, Stricture, eto.. Contatrioas Rlood wo havo to prove our skill In this class or trou- l'olwn, and all WEAKNESSES of men. Con- blu-s In another way. This Is onr plan. sulfation and advlco froe. A OOJco Hourx 9 a. m. to 6 p.m.; Erentnc 1." to S; Sundays and Holidays, 10 a, m. to R j DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, BCtgcffcufah. E-is as---sgstesS5------assat--r-----i mfryTgJ "t i arrno $8.75 $8.75 $8.75 For any $12, $15 or $18 SUIT 0R eYEReHT IN THE HOUSE. M. H. DESKY I 205 So Main. 10 e. 2nd So. Power company" 0t tht ltft City, on May Mth itS1"" tfluLlal and OKdcn Gal tJ ST . ptriod of twenty-flv. ?nd iS4iMmWm o use nnd occiim- l8hl ' n lsnw iind public pPiL'h 'SftC for tho purpose or !Sot!liD clcctrlc current hi "Wli btrccts. or both- p,ao iM Thr day of July. jSt' Jj t. H Mf i tt heirs and aeeltrnfS Hf cupy the- streets, allow in pWwcs of Salt Lak, citv1 fSftM " 3 of conroylnp learlcBl5lf,r lW trlcal current by rnoans "trtfMj f abovo tho surface of VW' ineans of pipes or ctoa$M 94" tho around: woQtia Me ThaL afterwards, t0 i, TkitT lii day of December. u sliL-i of Salt Lalco Oty by ' dlnancp. grontcd to MFL helra and asslcns fnr l p ifc tr-nvr. yoaM from" AW of occupylns and wn? J'.fc leys, Janca and miwi. If ,b iMl City for onriffiUaCnte. I vcylnp; Ra and ckctrI?.ifl(W means of citable k bo laid below tho surfL, S or by nicans of vits Wt , ploocd above aald Btrelt electric llKhtln and riMll ID nnd also IlrwVd ' ilio ground for com-eyCJK. b lryr and furnishing Si poses, to thr. inhablUnU M ih dato of Paid ordlnV fM erect and maintain a shSJii'Lfl: In tho atreets. alleys lad liSlC'. Takc City, with neetStJPUm proper appHancCB thereto it(i2Kitt alao to lay pipes and codSll''' electricity and Kas for mW Sfllif Ml used by the Inhabitants thcKtm1 W heat, power and other InuUstSa' ' merclal purposes; and 1; Whereas, The Utah Light miM. . company, by a n?rlcs nt m!w . cr.cos. hna become the rrML the owner of ai; the f rsx"kSS. set forth, and Li now ensairfMi-i Ins: a largo power station w tlSRv . river and otherwise Improvtes t 'UU stations In Salt Lake City. utmL purpose has issued a MrlHiJlft m thirty years from Jamarrlll! " has requested that each fraatSilA tended for an additional rrtHW five years, namely, fifty Tf-ii'tAfc the tlmo of the Rxantltuj of iim: mr franchises respectively Now, therefore, bo It orftlulBK Mayor and City Council of 64ltIM tl Section 1. That each of ullnBV and ordinances grantlnsr Mil tafcWir bo, and tho same Is. htrely vMy striking out from Section 1 tfB3 said resolutions and ordlnatj kj of ' twr-nty-five years" anl liSMri.. therofor tho words "fifty yrtBjll Provided'. That after May IriB-rt 1 additional aro Hshbi be furalsisMF . charge to tho city, during tteoBPW' f ra nchlae. ' M' That after July 21th, 131?. tii Bt nrc lights be furnished frtc hVI to the city, during the lira of lifc-titic That after December lt! ditlonal arc lights to fcralsiil HL m charge to tho city, during tie BT; franchise. That after May 17th, 1S2. s'.mtK t nl arc lights bo furnished frMefqB!,', tho city, during tho life ot mk$U Sec" 2. That th slid Uuh Power company, its succtsjoripW slgnr. shall place all their tra2fc4 wires within tho followlns boirrf . trict of Salt Lake City, tj3WlWe! 1. On "U'ePt Temple street fro Jjf'! tcrsectlon of South Templa (ttfliauti to Fourth South street mTlLi 2. On East Temple street (rMrT terscctlon of South Temple tUemU h to Fourth South street. Wffi 5. On State street from lU li!bir of South Tempi street south WBjfet! South street. jU A. South Tcmsie e'.rett froBfm " ' section of West Templa iirHl State street. Xz 6, Flrat South street fren l3".B tlon of "West Temple street lttri otreet. M'a C. Second South street irea ijBj) section of West Temple i JKgy State street. ... Srtk 7 Third South FtrMt froai'jy1 tlon of West Temple strrt a V1 -trcet. . Jg u 8. Commercial street na Wmlt Btrc U .iVKnj Sec. S. Said Utalt Ugbt TkMtJ, company shall commence 1W5. and shall build and WW5 nocessary ixnduits nnd wan underground transmission g?"i,MWM than a distance of one KocX "Wv that Is to say, the ulstan?.f?le full block each and ever 'tttf uary 1. IOCS, and the wh trict shall be completed wlt-JaM from January 1. 1S. .JWH. "Light and Power company UrMi with the approval of the Lake City, locate he pla -., .. in tho streets of the cald .aid wires will be f "V'jSS nary L 1S5, and tlto right to "W, , build tho said underground c Ttaya for the transinlfdon locality is hereby granted VK Sec 4. This franchl, t and privilege to be upon written acceptance flW City Recorder within Eixty aPSDercTL This ordinance haU 'Ml feet upon Its approval. ferred to the Mayor t0$Eii Vetoed by the Mayor d,!!B55 sented to the City - Council l gT recommended by the 'vn51V.,. two-thlrd rnajority. fM-U nnd referred to ,ho,Mo OTSflft"1 Pfoval. J cj'ty llr2ji La'ke City. l-d04Mv the above d"rneinance correct copy of nnJ ilaxMj ordlnanco amending !"tnsm tain resolution OTKuhlL the predecessors .pf tho wjfm0 Power cojnpan. nw UttW Council of Salt iJike ber 14th. 1N, and fby u for his approval wlh(5MLn and again Present Wrf W 5 ell amended aw r"" d br t" Mayor, and a,nm.iblrip. Council by more thon w 9ptajm December 23t h. 1 Mayor December 31U 1. - my record In inr o(J T hae briV, In witness whereof i n cor) my hand and afuxevl in of of said city, this 3lst JN-Ygra J' city Www Bill No- 1-. zMkh HHNO I and .porta aro moat la ' " Jfj GKASS SfSSffJT ylM to tt. "Vta'cC W1?! able when uiod & a lent exercise. DfiU'Sfl