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DESERET EVENING SEWS TUESDAY MAY IA Y 34 1 1001 19O1Ii
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W the undersigned hioby testify testifythat lelmyIbal tetItythat
that XePliI e hl Thorn rhomal and nu lUrlt tIt tlklseveral tldUt
otttItlonl lcns that they th II IIdltndllil ii iith tlQhttndlflt
on several un rill ooc
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dltndllil th the 1 1 U I fL C simply for lhS lhSi Ihl1Urpo th thuToe
of plnylhr IJallfbK II ond fur fnrIher furthtr
1Urpo uToe their tui tuittai tuilion tultIut i
Itl are receiving
her that thtl y ur
lion fcirthlr tllr their btwbiill MIh M UlrhI > nl < es and andW we weJ1aje 1 1al
W J1aje 1110 hfl b hun rdi from reliable sou eoUIcw eoUIcwthu OUII OUIItht cs cshit
hit thu the AthKtlr association n clnt1on of the LD LDTHUS IVS
S C 18 rnylnr their tuition tuilionlIODT tuitionitonT
lIODT FOfthND FOfthNDT1IOS FOI4LANDThlOS
THUS UUINOS UUINOSLETTER lJIIINOSLE1Tlm fljblOSLEFTEfl
LETTER TO TOrot pnor pnO PAUL PAULProf IAUIrot
Prof rot J II Inul City It Dear SirIn SirIna SirInnldernlion SirIni1emtIOfl
a Uoratlon of the above protests proleslsm by byof byrmtera
m rmtera IIbm of ths th Huh lII < h School bawbnll
i team nlVtJ wuttHn W181 wiwn behalf b hulf or fl our ourKami ourlam ourttAnhl
lam and on for the benefit b nallt of school nth athltll nthItllf athiitIre
ltll itIre generally to protest strongly stronglyind Blrolllogalnll etronglyngtJnt
ogalnll Ihfl ho phlln ot Neph ThQml ThQmlAnd ThnaAid
And Kd d Marx on tlie L I I D a S l lteam C bMelmil bMelmiltellnl buebitiitotol
team If the latter U any ny longer to be beconsidered bec bectrndre1
considered c a us bound by the rules of the thelnl thtInt thefntrechiolatt0
lnl Int fntrechiolatt0 rschnla r8 tlc lengue We VP believe that tlmttli llilitIh
t tli thc irlrlt that pervndes ptr nle8 the th regulations regulationsK
K I ty b the introduction of player such suchtit
tit A Thomas and nn Marx eswtitlnlly brok broken ¬
en Moreom we f tft1 l compelled comjellell to towithdraw tuwithdraw tosithraw
withdraw our learns from the league leaguetettntly lellguotjtfltl ieuguoteetfltiy
tettntly establlrted comprising the Il L LI I ID
I D S C eJnl LfniTeMIyand cr llYltnd Illsh schoOl sfihoolIf schoOlIflh hoOI hoOIIf
If Iflh tinabove the above playernarenot fllnyer ol1not wlllidmwn wlllidmwnal
al nllo o we C insist In bl that no players shall be beeiit henltred bettr1
eiit nltred itd to play 11111 In the league gamea gameavho gllllleswho gall2eewho
who have enrolled In school since the theri5 thoIrKan tfitrantzttion
IrKan ri5 nlwtlon aUon ot the league Respectfully Respectfullyubm nespectruJlyilbrnlltea IespectUhiysubnIted
ilbrnlltea ubm tie
ilbrnllteauconm JOROB A BATOtV BATOtVj
r j 1 T KivasnuitY KivasnuitYProf 1J SIUnY SIUnYIrot
Prof Paul lauilclejlhoneJ jclcphone eiephonei < r to Prest PrestKlnwtury tresl1lngsbury ret
I Klnwtury and Si I lne IMeling tlng was wnranged ar arransed IIrrallaed
ranged to etll tlie Lbe controversy y Presi Presidents 1rellldlnts Presilent ¬
dents lent Klnfibury am anti Paul Principal PrincipalKaton lrlnclpalEaton IrincipolEaton
Eaton of the High JIIglIlI school < lIool anO In InE 1 1tor 1tor
E tor Holme of the Unlrcralty Unlver ll mot lust lastevening lustennlng lusteening
evening at the resMunce reslI1 lIce ui uiThe lrtll1enl lrtll1enlKlnUbury IrelcteflLIinbury
KlnUbury KlnUburyThe
The protejit recelxel by President PresidentPaul Ireldcntlnul IresidentVaui
Paul Vis IlS first read rea and Dn in nnser to toIt toit
It lie Mated that the two no pmtwited pmtwitedmernbtrs prtltttJIlpllmemlJm prtitesteIL
mernbtrs of the ball team Thomas and andMm ilndMlrx antiilarx
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Mm were ere regularly enrolled and andthat IIndthat andthat
that to t far as he knew they tile weie WOI 1H e puy pu puIlig Pulug <
lug their 0 own n tuition but he hi hart heard heardsince heardsince heardsince
since that Iblltal at He U e time tlmeot of their entrance entrancethey el1lranceIhey entrancethey
they had teen given to understand by bythe byIho bythis
the manager ot the baseball team Htu Htudent Hludent Student
dent Nelson iel I who Is I now absent that thatthey thatIh thatthey
they Ih vould not have to pay Ill their own owntuition owntuillon owntuition
tuition but that the th athletic nnfeOPln nnfeOPlntlon nllOrlnlion nsoeialion
lion would pay It Of this understand understanding ¬
ing Prcst Paul nald he tnev nothing nothinguntil nOlhlnguntil nothinguntil I
until he had heard of the protest by bymembers II IImember bymembers
members of the High school teanianl teanianlif t 0Ion1 0Ion1IC
if the rumored offer of the manager of ofthe oCIhe ofthe
the athletic asjixlat a8otlnllon Ion to pay 11ft the tui tuition hlllion tultion ¬
tion ot these stude Ilude1ft s was M a violation violationof viola lion lionor
of the tit t ru rul rukz governing the Interschol InterscholnMIc
attic league he agreed agr ed > with President lresidentIngsbury
Klngsbury and Principal Iaton that thatthese Ihatth thatthe
these th 8e Undent should houltllJrobllbly prulmbly not play pIa pIaIn
In the Ih lnter InlfUcholntlc > chola tlc games gamesPrincipal gamesll1nclllll gameslrinciitah
Principal F Eaton ton said that from nil he hecould hecould liecould
could learn of then students they th4l had hndtniPred hIlIInlerpd hadenteroti
tniPred the I b I D S college In order to topiny toIIIUY toltfliY
piny In the ball team that they the hud hudentered IUIIII11Ned hadentered
entered > late In the year ellr that they theycould Ihe Iheoultl theycould
could not hatf hnI entered the High school schoolat
at nil vhlMhe whlT the fact that the athletic athleticamwclatlon IIthletlcnHloelallon athleticasocietIon
amwclatlon had offered to pay 110 their
tuition nhowed that they the were re recoivlns Ifrpltag recoiving
coivlns lame kind of remuneration for
the thrlr I r fenIces and nn were ere therefore th retoTe In Ineligible Ineligible Inehigibe ¬
eligible to play on the team Presi Prettient ¬
dent ent Klniibury and Instructor Holmes Holmesnreed Holmesallr Holmesngrecl
nreed allr d with Principal Kriton thnt th thee thelslUi1enlR theeatulents p pstudents
students were Ineligible under the therules thefUp theTuie
rules fUp for the rmonn given
Wrector Holniei then produced copies copiesof cOjll 1I
of 0 he rule an an4 nd those relating to the thefllKlblllty Iheellglblllly thttchi1bhhhty
fllKlblllty of vlayers were read as fol oh
lows
TIlE HOLES
1 1 All 11 athletic teams hall be com
t tosp > teil entirely of students anti no other
porwn fJer n hall be permitted to compete
In any an In lfllerECJiniastfr > rachOla8tlr athletic contest
Any ny periwn parttrliwting In an In
terxnolaMIc athletic contest must be
a bonaWe Hudent of the school he
rprtents > nls nnd h he must be In regular
ntendance and doing satisfactory
work 2rk nrk B lit least Itastl ten hours per week
J i No o MhdMj sataei fod teacher or Inatructor tn tructor
hall be eJass tlnls4ld d as a student even
though he be doing some work as a a
student studentEach studentL
L Each school hool
shall have an n athletic
council uncil > whwe members shall be th
iad ad of the iehool eoo and 111 oaf on e or more
perwM appoInt by L him himili
ili 11 tr nay cGt1lt1lant l nt I II Protes protettel ei the
athletic cotifadl of hi hia iehool shall de deProf
tHm teirnne lae If to hi his elhriblllt and It Iii d do
rWn ball be llnal
Prof Paul asked under un < which rule It
v vau 48 s propwed to exilude
the th iiroletM
student aad be I dcu dl dIscovery lovlry > ery wiTmlde w made
f 0 the eiirprtw urp of all llllrellt preiwnt that there thl
b J no rule excluding students bmu aue
ti IY do nolII not psy their
01ln ow tuhln
I Irufs rnts Fator1 an n
JlnKllluI > thnupht thnuphtfld
that daUte cts r rflallng to bon burnt fld tide < stu IU I
lenlR nts x Iu404 tI1 1 >
lr0t rof 1alll lnskd lnskdgome
fur th the
fld6j11on a ption nC gome afldltiMna
rule that would definitely sho show the In lnthat InIleatlaclse inIIeadath
=
Ileatlaclse Ileatlaclse1s
1s Is fItil et Ii warnllll that the thetin liver I
lI or r illllrUu
t Mre rh1Us
troub ruuhlllnn roty 1101
rl r prompt
tfIkkat t1 ir 1IrsrJllhe
and all
all
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trcnblt 14u 14uHaatls
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tin While i bhi
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rel ollar lIon It 11 ft bcth t owt1
thiy If 4 not
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or Inflime b
but I 111 rllal lrgan lrgana lrganlaUli
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C I 1110011 Houd A l Iv u Lowell Mas
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Be BePosted
Posted Postediont
t YOU Yotidon iont t have to wait ait a year yeart earthesc earthescI these thesedays c cdays
I days to know what is IS going on in inChina In InChina inChina
China I And it doesnt take two months monthsto
ki 1 to hear news n ws from London I IThe v vThe
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The newspapers keep you posted postedTlcy postedThey postedThey
They have been posting you about aboutAycrs aboutAycrs aboutAyers
Aycrs Sarsaparilla for nearly fifty years yearsThis yearsThis
I This newspaper ne says s s7s ys that Ayers Sarsaparilla is theI the thegreatest
1 I 1 greatest grea cst spring spf1n medicine you can possibly y take ta e There Theresnothing Ther s sFl
D nothing like it for a nervebracer nothing nothlnghke like it to lift liftoff 11ftoff liftoffi
off offi a heavy load loadWhy loadWhy loadWhy
Why not feel as well every spring as Nature does doesShe doesI doesShe
I She isnt asleep doesnt go around discouraged and alltired alltiredoutl alltiredout all sired siredouti
outl out J Shes alive wonderfully alive Take Ayers Sarsa Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla Sarsaparilla ¬
parilla wake up get some new blood in you and do dosomething dosomething dosomething
something I Ju3LrI1
u3LrI1 u3LrI1o
Ask ycsr yocrdoclorwhat doctor what he thinks of Aycri Sarsaparilla The probability probabilityis
0ju o I dollar dollara cI 0 It fa r
Iitl is he hit prescribed it a great many times and knows just what it it will dolIO do doThen
bottle bottleAll itl ti
a o C
lIO lIOcI cIC Then ask km If f he doe not think th1n it is precisely the medicine you ou need this thisspring thisI thisill
I All druggists cI cIt rlgfjls t s
spring J C AVER A CO Lowell Mass
11 U oJ uj
UO 4 > 0
eligibility of thu those mtulpnti If they theyweip Iheywel theywere
were ineliglbli but thin thl wall ai dpcnitd dpcnitdinadvloblr dpenwdIlIrllhl deentedinrtdvluble
inadvloblr IlIrllhl uble > by b the others present presentIt
It WR as finally iliMIJeil Ilfd etJ by b HIP Ih major majority ¬
ity It of lump present that Thomas and andJIarx nnllIux anddarx
JIarx were not bona lido ntudent ntudentthuefori IIludenlsthtllfofl etudentsthreore
thuefori they should be requited to towithdraw towlthdruw towithdraw
withdraw from thus team that Plays In Inthe 111the inthe
the league lam omeirt anteti 1 and that thatlll In the event eventthat l1 eventthat nt ntIlint
that thfy Ih y are not withdrawn neither neitherthe neitherthe neitherthe
the University Unlverlt nor the Hlili School Schoolteam Schooltpl1In Schoolteam
team would play against the U I D S SCollege SCollege SCollege
College team teamTO teamTO
TO oo OOTO GQTOYrephtlesit TO unrunfiB unrunfiBJrcpldent 1UWHntre
Jrcpldent re hlelt PfUil announce oJlIo apnowtc4 nc ll the d drlsloti 110 10cislon >
rlsloti of the majority of the heads of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the schools to the L D H athletic roun rounrel rouncel couneel
eel OilH inurnltifc He ijtatod to them themthat themthat themthat
that lie had made an effort but with without wllhoUI without ¬
out XUCC48 to have thc these protested IlroletedI1111yer8 protestedplayers
11 players a ye IH continue for or thla season aSOI1 lIne nlncpunder lIneullder sincepnder
under the rules thus fnr adopted It Itas itsas
189 as not clear to him him that tfiatfho he ought to tobe tolie toIje
be excluded even It the facts alleged allegedVcru nlle allegedrere cI cIIefe
Vcru Iefe true whereas th thj < facts CIl tll lire de denial denllll doaled ¬
nial On motion of It Leo BIrd the thoftlhletlp Ihenthlelle theathletic
athletic council of th the U I D S com composed compOfe1 cornposeil
posed of President Paul Instructor InstructorIllrd
Illrd and Student John Astln It was waHdvcliied wa walIrldtd wasdeclt1d
dvcliied to sustain these th le players fur or the thopresent IhoIirc60nl theIr060nt
present game nIllC on th tT ground und that the theqiiallllcatlunD IhequollllcllIon theQilahhIlciltiuns
qiiallllcatlunD for members as Illen lvcn In Intho Intho inthe
tho letter of President Pre hlenl Klngsbury and nndPrincipal nnlllrlnehl1 andirincipai
Principal 1Taton I lon ni are not those con contained conts containeil ¬
tained ts Inell In the rules prepared nnd nndadopted nndalopled andailoitted
adopted for or the government of the theIsiiKiie Iholel1jfU theleague
league and that them students are arenot aronnl arenot
not In violation ot any an rule of the ns nswlatlon 08I nesedation
sedation wlatlonTolm I sedationIoiiti a lion lionTohn
Tolm Astln athn iirooldent of the I 14 D S Sntliletlr Sat 3 3athletic
athletic at HnncliitIiin positively asserts awortHtlmt assertsthat Norlsthat
that the nMoclatlnn has never offered offeredto
to pay 111l the tuition of these Ihefleatullenl IhefleatullenlIt students studentsIt
It 11 was ft further decided that the fol folIfKe ColleKe 01 01leKe
leKe athletic iiiw 11dat1f111 ilalliii would submit fuihrnltth lIuhmllthEcruli
thEcruli th cnno of thcdf ntudcnta for trlwl on onlt onIt onitte
lt itte merits before referees to be chosen chosenbv rho tn tnby
by tho thr IInto o iwhnnlfl and Inl that It the thercrorees theteirees 1 1r
rcrorees r found these th Ae ftuJents rtu ents Ineligible Inellglblptho
tilt Collect would withdraw them fiom fiomall Cromall trotnall
all league Barnes rrn both iiast and future futureThis tuture1hll futureThis
This result TVIII we tel telephoned phoned to > the Uni University Unleralt tYniersity ¬
versity eralt today but at th hour for oj going goingto otngto
to preiH the matter had not been finally finallydecd finallydecltlt finallydecided
decd decided < d
VOIUC OX OTUi rim SAUOCII SAUOCIIMnny SUOIJnInll SttJCiItIaiiy
Mnny Inll IniprovuiiicnU arn re ItcliiK ItcliiKon Belli tiatie tiatieon Inll
on UK i Ii 0 IliinoiiN bit I ii I U t Track TrackThe J1lukfhe lvaukThe
The work of boarding up the outside outaldcof 1
of the Salt Palace bicycle track the theconstruction theCUllFtruetioli thecnetrtwtion I
construction of a high picket fence fencearnund tencearound eiteenruntl
around the fame and the building of a agruvel aIJrAel araeI
gruvel raeI path fifteen feet wide between betweenUIP
the th funce enee and the track Is now under underMft underway
Mft W way > and nru will be completed in time for fortul tort111J forthe
the opening of the Mason MasonThe HawnThe sasimrite
The Improvement will make a great grcntchange crentlhanK8 greateiiange
change III the npcuranre in the track tracklirnh trackhrlh tracklMth
lirnh fr trom tonS ni the outside oul lc1e and the Interior InteriorTlx InlenorTI1I
Tlx paths around the track will 11 be light lighted ¬
ed with electric lights anti Another en entrance entrallce entrance ¬
trance will be made near the pnlticc pnlticcwhlvh 11nlllcuwhich taIttcewhich
which will snake It more convenient for forth torthf or orthe
th the crow crowds crowdsTiger dfl dflThe
Tiger nllhatH fllllrlII OiiuIrvhsThe fllllrlIIThe
The second game between the Eighth KlghthWard I EighthWard llhthWard
Ward Tiger and the Oiulrrh bawball bawballteams bllllelJllItelunl baseballtelLitti
teams was iilayed yesterday tetdl afternoon afternoonmid
mid 11 resulted In another victory for or the theTlgert thlllrel theTiger
Tiger The score was 5 twelve to four fourwid tnurlIdlb fourejid
wid lIdlb the winners winner had a walk away awa The Thelineup Thehneull Thelineup
lineup was M follows followsllgerc tollowlllerA followsPliers
Pliers Position 101111 Ion Oqulrrh OqulrrhOlTfTord OquirrhOltnonl Oqulrrhh1ortl
OlTfTord h1ortl Catch CatchMeeker CatchMeekerItiomquist Mwkir MwkirIllumqulst IHklrHlllmulI
Illumqulst Pitcher IitcherTrisliler IitcherTrislilerLcywntiVIrst Trlslder TrlslderI
I 111011 LcywntiVIrst ynon 1lmt base bl C Trickier TrMderNpptllMUn Trl8hlrnI TrickierNetIbLfl
NpptllMUn nI Keopnd ba Ius baeLocher baeLocherSibleyTuilni e I Iocher IocherSlbloy her herIlbI6
Slbloy IlbI6 SibleyTuilni Third base be Uvenilalil UvenilalilPlatt Iovln Lovensll1Platt lhl lhlPlaIt
Platt ShorUtoii llfilocmb lIolcembHammr Ilniovmbhammer llfilocmbHammer
Hammer Itlcht field Me Ietralt MetcalftiaraCenter tea If IfOlurn
Olurn 01 tiaraCenter Center fl IMII skidStephens skidStephenshays ld Stephen StephenHays StephenllIIas
Hays Left I tt Held llurns llurnsirj9 DumeSportiQQ liurna5porti
SportiQQ irj9 Notes rjotesn Notesftl notesrLd
rLd n flItANGE flItANGEMENTS n A N o E Ef PM
ftl THnteA MEXTS M R N T S have havejjfcjBy havecity
f jjfcjBy V V X bn b tn quietly to
6 i Inc on In thin thincity thl I Ili
> li 1 city It for two or orthrtp orJS erj
JS j i thrtp days for fora totIf
If I a number or ex exhlbltlon exri
ri cic1j I hlbltlon names namesto
i J to hp played here herel herebetwHn herebetween
t l between > the lo local 10cal hodAlI ¬
dAlI cal professional professionalutn protel lOl1ld lOl1ldcrJ
crJ e7 J utn and nd nn nnor nnGI anOriSniUtion
GI or orl8nll1on nlt tlon in inIxnver Inlh Ins
s Ixnver lh Ik nver r The man manIs muwhu manwho
who Is pushing the Ih scheme U I Harry
8Ioll idney of Denver I ener anJ an hp extu exj ex ctJI to toHike toIllk 0 0take
Hike the team through the northwest northwestand
and meet all the crack frame Mr Ir IrInpy
S Stoney Inpy > nfy was In Ogden yesieraay and andax andaxI ex exted sx sxp4ftted
I p4ftted ted ed to go 0 to Park City CII today toda It Is ishi
iil hili Intention to play the th Salt Lak LakI LakIHallwa IkesItahiways 8 8Hallways
Hallways Hallwa Ogden and Park Cltr nftor nftorwhich atlorIhlch aftorwhich
which he h will take his team to Pocn PocnMio Iocat1Io
Mio 1 1I0 It will 111 be a week or to before beforelt
ho h < lt loses > e all III I the dates but the team teamprobably teamjjJ
jjJ probably come hero In June It
will H > e i strong organization or onlzatlol and will willmake willtnuke willlooks
make the th locals hustle hu lle to win out The Thtitnin Theleam ThucOin >
cOin has hastho the following toll owing players Clark Clarkmid Clarknll Clarkand
mid nll llrlfrly catchers Parout New Newryecrand NIwIJclr Newreycr
ryecrand IJclr nut Ewing pitchers Mell liam liampy
py first base Cotton second base busol base14guo
l loKlo KUo short JIcNIchols third base baseTaylor baseTaylor
Taylor and Cavanaugh fleldernumber flehtIeinumber leldera lelderaA
A number of amateur racers have havotnade hn havemade vo voIna
made Ina application 8ppllcl tlon to Hepr Hellltuntnttve HellltuntnttveSharp iiiMitatlve iiiMitatlveSharp
Sharp of tIm N C A for registration registrationrariln
cattle and have been accommodatod by bytlmt hythnl bythat
that gentleman l tnll lIIan The professionals do donot liohOl itonot
not seem mmtoba seeitit Ho rbO bo Itv any hurryto qub qubscribe jub8tlh ub ub5Tlie
scribe to th tIiMintng racntr rule The rula re regarding reardnl regarhln ¬
garding hid r6glstratlon t arns Ir are ns follows followsSe followsSeettonI
Se llonl < < Ion 1 All riders except novices novicesronipetlBf novicesoll1leUrrlU1lr novicesentflpetirgttndtir
ronipetlBf oll1leUrrlU1lr imdor the rules of this nsso nssorlatlon n assoICtIOfl lto ltoelllUon
rlatlon nnist be relnteroil annually annuallydating nnnunllylath annuallyilittitig
dating lath from fro 1 May 1 with the board of ofcontrol ofcontrol I Irontrol
control tlHyfootfar tllo tC 1 for profnBslonals to beand be beand
J and for amateurs 1 1S 1 18cc 1
8cc S 81 1 j NoJtrofesHlorinl N trainer will willbe willbe willbe
be granted Tnntt the privilege prlvl1 o of the train trainIng trainInf trainlng
Ing quarters fJl13rt rll r and track at any moot mootuntil lIIectuntil itiectuntil
until h he has been roistered re llIllr d with lthi thu thuboard thuboard theboard
board of control c nlrol the fee to be 1 1Sonic 1Some 1Sonic
Sonic timeduring time dllrlnJ durIng the latter part of ofthis ofthl ofthis
this thl wwlt a inciting I of the directors ot otthu otIlu ofthe
the International Inlenll llulIll1 baseball league I aguo will willliflO wIllh
h > lick h IIIIIlhll4 in this t1iI city oIt Tor or the lie purpose of oftukltiK ottuldng oftaking
taking action against first bnRcnmn bnRcnmntltuk LaRemanIm basezitantlul
tltuk Im < of otthe the thi Ogden team for using usinguiKiir UHlnlulgar usingvuigiir
uiKiir aril profane language during duringa dUrinI duringlast
laM a t Pundsye Fundl Sunda S iramo In this city elt Clarks Clarksfolly Clllrk8foi Clarksfolly
folly foi has hastlner stirred up considerable cOlsldurnhle in indignationamong Inltllnaton inflgnation ¬
dignationamong ltllnaton flgnation nnIartho nrnong the general Ienorll public publicand fmblo fmbloan publicand
and an mernticra 1 Iiiernlersof of his own OWI team and It Itli I ItIs
nlersot
li 11 uiulertlobd Uilmlood that some lome punishment punishmentlll
vtii lll 11 bf Inflicted InQIt by tho team manage management mnnn manageinent o otnenl ¬
ment a I as wfjll ll as a by h the league leuJue The Theaffair TueRffair he hentllr
affair ntllr ti i most Will l t disgraceful dlRjracetul and mi ball ballplajers bnI bait111aers
plajers jllyer whoCannot tho h cnnnot control their tern ternpeit temel ternper
per el i < lioultl take tl < o warning from rota this In Inildent Indllnt IncIdnt
ildent dllnt anti on1 be very careful careCII what whlt they theyuy theysey
sey uy I and nn ilq IIQunllcr under such circumstances circumstancesH clrcmnslancel
aM H thoR < Which W II h existed xl cII on Sunday SundayA Sunda SundaKame Sundaysame
A game of ball ll Is II It on for or tomorrow tomoirowIn tumornw tumornwIn
In thi tl Iar larllllWeen Iarkbetwcen between the Ontorlos Ontol08 tuid a atfiim nomp9 atiuv
tfiim eomp ompoc d of students of the ho Mln Mlnnfgoti Miiiflesiuta ln lnnrant
nfgoti School Shoolof of Mines lnes who hio are now In Inth InIhe initie
th Ihe < nnp Utph ffha following tololn Is the lineup linoupillnmsotaSchool Inoup Inoup1Innlo18SchMl lineupI
illnmsotaSchool 1Innlo18SchMl I iflncsut SlltKkl of MlnesUlssei MlnesUcl and andMorris ldMorris authMorris
Morris c r Loye L p Floltt and old Over Oermejcr Overmefr Overmeyer
meyer lit h htjJ b JJ Willis Wiis 2nd b Pratt s I s sSmith sIllth aImitli
Smith Illth 3rd Jr rtj b l Halt nl c f Hayt lat I f Colin Colinand Cohnand Ccliiiand
and Holdmr lnl hIold tnr i r Ontnrloa OntrtriosMoren Jtoran lorln and andronHiii andCr andCrossunin I
Cr Crossunin ronHiii in q W V Crawford Crwtnrd and Waters WatersP
P 1 K f Ilr rmwford 1st st h I He Heed d 2nd b bSperry IISl1trry bSPerry
Sperry > i fikallcky Skalclky 3rd b Howe r fi fiHorn t fibm
Horn 10rn c ctPark u f i Park Heconl Heconlfor flecortiEntrls
J Entrls nlrl R for or the tle harness events for the thomDay IhoD theteoiatlonflay
D teoiatlonflay llltorN mDay race ra e at CulderB Park Parkwill Pak Pakwi Parkwhil
will wi bo he loseji tomorrow sO announces announcesManager nnnouncc1lanolcr tinnouincesManager
Manager 1lanolcr dose pdward1 linrd1 dwards Quite Quie a 0 number numberhave numberh numberhave
have h e l hn lo > H > n entered ent r d but ut the list will wi be beIncreased boIncrpase1 beInereased
Increased Incrpase1 cbnFiucrably Onternbly 1derably by tomorrow tomorrowpunlnir tomorrw tomorrwrnnlnl tomorrowevning
punlnir rnnlnl Yesterday afternoon aferoon three threetruttpn thrcl threetrtters
truttpn belonging to Cole of Taylors Taylorsvillc Talort
rule t wel were r tftkpn tlk tak n to the track and aOI en entered enlert1 entereti ¬
tered lert1 for the ti 1 r iwenll event eventThe eventsThe
The ni newatiits w suits 8Ul8 for tho Ontario Onllrio base baseball hosebnl linacball ¬
ball bnl dub JID arrived Thursday ThurRtay They arc arcquite nreClie arehtuite
quite Clie tn tiistr < tyund and nl showy rod whirls Ihlrls with withthe withthe Ith IthIhe
the svorI nnl Ontario across ncral the front In Inblue InblL Inblue
blue blL nil fd pants p nts with wih two blue stripeR strlposurouml stripeRurounl stripesaround
around It The ho boys hO1 make rake n I very ver natty nattyuppcaiHticala nnt nattyaIlalatieI
uppcaiHticala 1IIJ lllcrln them thOIPark thoniPark Park Record IlecordFnd fe RecordIii1 cor
Fnd 11 Skallchy kilICk has been leen added nlllell to the theOnturi theOnlnrl theOntar
Onturi Onlnrl team and anl they t1 will wi b III bo ready readyfor rend rendfr
for bu bUII1IS buineiB incis as soon ns the grounds rounls are areenoloxol arecnl areenehis
enoloxol cnl I A rlr proposition p081ton from the U 1 D DS VS I IS
S dub at Salt S l Lake for or a game today todayha toay toayhn todayhnI
ha hnI < i f < h > > < deferred on account nClunt of the theKiuuiil theIrulI thegiouuids
Kiuuiil IrulI hut 1ufj1 buvill will bo booked for an early enrlydwti Ilrly Ilrlydlltt earlydste
dwti h uin wlals whiIal ago A 1 game with wlh the Ilu IlumM Ihusi IhusinesM lu l
mM 11 Iolitge f Jltgc club of the city ctJark ctJarkItent cityIark cityIarkIbcrd Park Parkllw
llw Itent ItentA Ibcrd IbcrdA ord ordA
A nunibfn nuntbrffinehOrNe5 of fine fll horoes hnrle were out on onHlpKln onIJKII onhlIggiuis
HlpKln IJKII boulcvani boul vall last I evening and andman andIany andmany
man Iany many Intaresting InIQr rnl races were pulled 11111 ulletl off offto olrto offto
to tin 1 d l h light of a largo crowd nMem nMemblrd fMem fMemblcl asaembb41
blrd Mayor lay tayTilQi11tt5Ofl5 rTh9ntP Thompsons onI Trunk Frnk N Ndrhen Ndrtwn NdrIen
drhen hy Tnpn Ti TI9t n won fl fmm May II I In a amil nmi amile
mil mi hf hn run1 Jrls also nlRI ran for half hol a amile nmil fttail
mile mil aRuirntjJupUor aJln plor and nnr was as beaten In Ina InI
t
a I rUwc 111 rut rl Tho last event was WRI a asort aIrt asort
sort Irt nf f I freforall fretornl In which Mayor MnvorThmp MayorThrnjn Inorhm
Thmp Thrnjn hm > n 1 flmshoil 011h1 first frt Pallor Saior Uoy rJ and andMay nd ndhiiy
May 11 II I ti tied < d for suoond suont place placeHafuri placltI placeSit
Hafuri Sit tur ltI u nftOrnOn QrnMn the th Bluffdales Bluffdaleslm Blutdal I3luffdaiesbaslddfl l lhM4ha
lm hM4ha l > Hll I t tapi om n onmo Ine over to South outi J Jr JrIRn JorIan i ilan
> lan nod played l Cl against Italnst the Hell Gaits GaitsThe GalesThe
The 111 scon being l n seven fVen to four In favor favorof
of If the KM HIQnlcI pales lales About 600 5 OO Mp 1Jla 1JlatorI cpeta cpetatore ta tators
tore witncmed wlnPM ltM the lie liard 1111 fought contest cuntentund cfnlet cfnletwnd
und cxttr4cd CJCIT wcil themselves themlle as t being IJlng IJlngwf1 beingwelt > elngwell
well wf1 pleanpd IIIR ttI with wih wit the game 8If In fact the thebest thE thebest
best they the had hn attended ntended during the Ih sea seaKin se seaslon
Kin fn
OUTSIDE > EVENTS EVENTSIASTIIIN EVENTSI1ms I3INTShltSlilli1
IASTIIIN iusinUi iusinUiHrooklrn lSlmIJ lSlmIJIrluklrll hltSlilli1hlrooklyt
Hrooklrn Irluklrll Forfeits i lrfIII a Game GIC seine to Now NowVork Sowork NerVork4iekcd
Vork Vork4iekcd ork Kicked ickel at n DeuUlon DeuUlonSTANDING neol IeuliunSTANIINO lnli lnlit
t
STANDING OF TIm CLUBS GLUDSP
P W V L PC PCCincinnati PCClnclnnnlf PCCtncinnrttl
Cincinnati Clnclnnnlf 17 11 1 G 641 641New 64 41 41Uow
New York Yorkt 13 1 S C c 615 615Plttsburg 61
Plttsburg 17 1 10 II 7 7I S SBorton g gnMton
Borton I 14 1 7 7 SOD SODPhiladelphia 5 coPhiladeluha
Philadelphia PbllleI ha 17 S 9 40
d
IJrooklyn IJrooklynfhlcago IG 7 7Chlcnlo >
fhlcago 20 S 12 2 40 40St 100St
Chlcnlo n
St Louis IQull i IS 7 7YESTImD 11 3SS 3SSYESTERDAYS 208YESTERftAYS
YESTERDAYS YESTImD YB UAMKS UAMKSNew UASmSNel 1A1ESNess
New Nel York 9 Brooklyn BrooklniO BrooklniOPlt 0 0Plttsburg 0IIttsburg
Plttsburg Plt burg 2 Cincinnati CllclnnnU 3 3Hoston 3Hoslon 3Boston
Boston G Philadelphia Phludolphln 6 6TODAYS GTODA 6TODYS
TODAYS TODA VS GAMES GAMESCincinnati OAMESClnclnnl1l GAMESCluiciumnatl
Cincinnati Clnclnnl1l at ilrooktyn ilrooktynChlclo Brooklyn BrooklynChicago hlrooklynChicago
Chicago Chlclo at New N York YorkPlttsburg York1Itfburg Yorklitteburg
Plttsburg 1Itfburg at t Philadelphia PhiladelphiaSt lhI lelphla lelphlaSt
St t Louis at Boston Bostonimv BoslonJI IlostomiZtt
imv JI York tij I Ii Brooklyn rnooklI U 0New UNew UNew
New York May Iny 18 18fhe The Brooklyns Brooklynsforfeited DrooklynstOTteUc Irooklynsforfeited
forfeited the game gal0 with New York to today today today ¬
day They The protested against n i decision decisionIn deolelol
In II the Ihonlnth ninth lining Umpire ODay rul ruling rJlug n ning ¬
ing that thlt Kceler had hnl not crested creslel ths thsplate th tijojihnt
plate lite before betort Daly Dn was retired at third thirdbane Ihlrl IhlrlaKe thirdbase
bane aKe The entire entre Brooklyn team tem cur surrounded 8urrounr currounded ¬
rounded rounr ll the umplr and after aCl awaiting awaitingthe nwaltul
the necessary nelsary tlnoV Ihl minutes Ilnule for tho thoBrOoklyns thoJrOoklyns theflrOoklyna
BrOoklyns JrOoklyns to take Inl < o the field fchl the olHclil olHclildeclared olclal olclaldeclare1 oihlcialdeclaretl
declared the game forfeited forCeltlt to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York by the score lale Icore of 9 t to 0 Attend Attendance Atenc Attendance ¬
ance 6100 6tQ The scow when the game gamewas gameS gameWas
was S forfeited torteled follows followsSCORE tollowsconE followsSCORE
SCORE
n H I B BNew I INev
New York 7 7 7Brooklyn 8 8Brooklyn
Brooklyn 7 10 3 3Unttcrles 3la 3IintteriesTnylor
Unttcrles la IintteriesTnylor terlesaylor Taylor and Bowcrman BowcrmanDonovan Ioerlln hhowermnitnDonovan I IDonovnn
Donovan and nul McGlure McGuru Umpire UmplroOD UmplroOD1IRUI LmplrcODayhlastui ODay ODayIlofiton
Ilofiton 1IRUI fij fS Philadelphia Ihlulolplla IhlulolpllaDoslon I Ii Iltulol 11110 I IBoston Ih3oston
Boston May In 13 38een Seven bases on balls ballsnnd bals balsnnt balmand
and nnt ten hits with wih a total of fourteen fourteenbases tourlecnIIles fourteenbaeea
bases IIles won tInt game grl0 for Philadelphia Phladelphlt to today todo totiny ¬
day do In Bplto of their sevon errors At Attendance AItUUlRncc Atteiut1ane ¬
tendance tUUlRncc lMO 00 00SCOnE SCORE
II H I E I InOlon iRoton
nOlon Roton I i 9 olThiIsr1lpha 3 3PhllIljlhln
PhllIljlhln lThiIsr1lpha 1 10 7 7nnd 7Bolllle 1Ito
Bolllle Ito i tortes U lwson on and Kitteredge KitteredgeDonohue KittereilgeDonohue lterellgcDonohuF
Donohue DonohuF anr McFarland nnl Umpire UmpireNash Umpire UmpireNaih
Nash Nn h
Pltiobiirt iit I hhllrl thitmrg i Clncliiiintl ClncliiiintlPlttsburg Cilollllnt I I 8 8Pittshiurg
Plttsburg Plt burgla Pa May 13 3Deckley Beckloy put putCincinnati putClnllnnul putCincinnati
Cincinnati Clnllnnul In first place leo by b scoring tcorlng one onerun ole olerln 0110run
run rln and nn hatting hntilli In the thf other two made madeby madeby
by the visitors Isllorl Plttuburg Ilt hur wns unfortu unfortunate unforll unfortunate ¬
nate nlte In bus running runnilg twice falling tllg on onoppoi onoppolunlt onopportumiiti
oppoi 4000 oppolunlt opportumiiti OOO unities of winning wllning Attendance Atendance AtendanceOOO
SCORE
II H H E EPlttsburg J JIltlburg EPlttsburg
Plttsburg Iltlburg 2 8 0 0Cincinnati 0Cincinnat 0Cincinnati
Cincinnati Cincinnat 3 11 1 2 2Batteries 2BaterleCheshro 21ttterlesCheslro
Batteries BaterleCheshro 1ttterlesCheslro Chesbro and tnd Zlmmer Mo MoKmlden McFndiian le le1lu11len
Kmlden and Kahoc I nhoe Umpire Dwyer DwyerSTANDING DwerUmlIM Dwyer1Ilttt
UmlIM 1Ilttt 1I iiEitGijI iiEitGijISTNDlNG MHm MHmSTNDINO
STANDING OF 01 CLUBS CLUBSDwtrolt CIUJS CIUJSDotrol CLUBSDetroit
Detroit 18 14 1 4 777 777Baltimore i7iBnltlnoT H78
Baltimore BnltlnoT 13 8 C I CIS CISChicago C1 CI
Chicago Chla o 18 11 1 7 811 811WnMilnRton 61 611ahington
WnMilnRton 13 1 7 0 0h3ottoui H3 H3Uoiton U UIoton
Uoiton Ioton 14 1 7 7 ROD RODMilwaukee 600Milwaukee O
Milwaukee fUwnlkee 18 7 11 1 KS KSPhiladelphia I S3Philadelphia
Philadelphia Phlndtlphln 14 1 G I 9 M7 M7Cleveland 37Cleveland > 7 7Cleeland
Cleveland IS C lIz 2z 381 381YKSTEUDAYS 3 33ESiEItDAyS
YKSTEUDAYS BSynDA YS GAMES GAMESDetroit OA GAMESDotroit mS mSDolrol
Detroit Dolrol 8 Si Chicago Chlel o 7 7Milwaukee 7 7Milweukee
Milwaukee 1ouk o 5 Cleveland C1 lnnd 4 4Baltimore t 4Ilaltiunore
Baltimore Baltmore 14 1 Philadelphia 1hlllellhla 5 CBoston 5llostoui
Boston 101101 2 Washington 5 5TODAYS 5ID 5PODArS
TODAYS ID S GAMES GAMESChicago aumsChlC atisChiciuro
Chicago ChlC O nt Detroit DetroitCleveland Detroi DetroitCleveland
Cleveland at Milwaukee MilwaukeePhiladelphia MIllukee MilwaukeePhiladelphia
Philadelphia JhlalltIIhln at ntltllore ntltlloreWashlnltun Biiltlmore BiiltlmoreWashington Iholtimoreashingtun
Washington Washlnltun nf ntlo8on ntlo8on1olllrl Boston Bostonllnllliiiorc BostonHaiti
llnllliiiorc 1olllrl Haiti uminre Nj I 4 Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBaltimore Ihlnclclllhlo Iiiiniic1iiliIaBaltimore i
Baltimore laltmore Mny R IS ItThe The Baltimore Baltimoreteam Ballnoro Ballnoroteam Baltimoreteam
team defeated letenlo the thp Philadelphia lhlallelphll Athlct
los In the th second Ilond ganmnf Ilnlt the thl series pel1 here herethU hereIhll herethis
this Ihll afternoon afor on Attendance AIondance 7S1 7S1SCORE 79JSCORE 791SCORE 1
SCORE
II I II E 13Baltimore EIllmore E10
Baltimore Illmore 14 1 10 0 3 3Philadelphia 3IhladoI1h8 aPhiladeipha
Philadelphia IhladoI1h8 PhiladeiphaItAtterleslMeGlnnity R 9 G GBaltcrles I
Baltcrles I ItAtterleslMeGlnnity lorlecOnnl XIcGlnnlty and fnt Robinson RobinsonBaker HoblneonBaker llolinsonIlaker
Baker Plank Powers lowtr and Murphy MurphyDetroit Murphylietroit IurphyIlolrol
Detroit Ilolrol Hi II Chicago 110111 110111nelrolt 7 7Detroit 7letroit
Detroit Mich reh May II aChlrago 13Chicago Chicago tied tiedthe tCt tCtthl tiedlie
the score lore In II the ninth Gleason GI lieaso on raced racedhome rac1home racedhome
home with ii the ll winning run for tlr Detroit Detroitwhen Detroitwhln Detroitwhen
when Dutch let I t the ball bll go thtough thtoughhis thllllhhis
his legs Attendance Atendance 2719 2719SCORK 279 279SCOl 2719SCORE
SCORE SCOl
II II 1 II IIDetroit I IDelrolt
Detroit 1 8 12 1 3 3Chicago 3ChIMJO aChicago
Chicago ChIMJO 7 9 G GJltl 6hiatterleaMilier
BAttarlMMlller Jltl ller And lrl McAllister McAllisterHanrey MrAllsler MrAllslerlant McAllisterh1atC
Hanrey lant h1atC Patterton lAletn nnd n ItSuln ItSulnnwl Sullivan SullivanIlnMon SulhivanI
IlnMon I ho nwl I on UiKliltiKlon ahll I ii gton tol t tBoston 1lls1011 iBoston
Boston lls1011 May IBY ay 13 Washington 13tashlnglon won tn tnday tndRY a aday
day by b hard hart and nndcn8 consecutive ut1 hitting hitng in inthe InthelllCt inthe
the thelllCt sixth seventh Iclnth and eighth Innings InningsAttendance Innings4tttendanee
Attendance SJOO
11 SCORE
R H l E
Bogton 1 2
S i 6 4 4uhngton
Washington uhngton 5 10 1
1 I fLA K0MV0 K0MV0EXTRACT VORIN6tlYTRA VOIINGVTRII
EXTRACT EXTRACTLemon tlYTRA VTRII CT CT1oron CT1D CT1Lc
D
Lc LcLoran
Lemon LemonVanilla 1oron 1oronVallla Loranmaulillt
Vanilla VanillaOrange Vallla ValllaOr maulilltStrawberry
Orange OrangeStrawberry Or nle
Strawberry StrawberryPino 81 ra erry erryIarhII
IarhII
Pino 1110 Apple AppleRoss AIh1oitose
APlle APlleHOle
Ross RossBanana HOle itoseAiuttonth
MII Aiuttonth AiuttonthIhinana nrl nrlInana
Banana BananaIt Inana Inanatt
It you ou wUlltfho Wttntio unt < ho very v rY but brl those Ih se that thathno Ihn thathave
have hlo tlu 11 < rich natural flavor of the thefruit thefrul therruit
fruit frul U t1 tstt o Three down 1loil vcivui flavoring 1 orlll ox oxti eXtrat OXtrtht
ti trat 1 1 and ul jou OU will wll always nlwa1 bo pleased pleasedwith IJOted IJOtedwih lilcasedv1thi
with wih the result resultHewlett resulttlewlett estil estilUewlettBros t
Hewlett UewlettBros Bros JBrosCo JBrosCoSALT Co CoSALT
SALT LAKE CITY CITYUTAH CITYUTAHr CITYUTAHBalerI18Ielul UTAH UTAHHatlerles UTAH1iatterlesIeilunt
r
Hatlerles BalerI18Ielul 1iatterlesIeilunt Helium artJ ar CrIger Car Carrhk Carrik Carriuk
rhk rik and Brady Urll Brady1q Y Ylhukl
1q lhukl I I nitti k ii IS V l Clovultuid Vloonlll Ievtil a nil I IMilwaukee 1llwful IMilwaukee
Milwaukee llwful < cc > Iay lt 3 3Slott 3Scott Scott pitched pitchedgood 1ltchet ltitch0dgood
good ball hal today tOtO > but fioor fdoreUppOrt support iJrorl lost losthim 1011 1011blm losthim
him the fame galo 1 Hawley Ian ley was 118 tilt hard In Inonly Inonl inonly
only onl one Inning Attendance Alendtncc 1600 1600SCOHB 1500SCOHE 1600SCORE
SCORE
H H K KMilwaukee EIInulce BIiIvntiiee
I I
Milwaukee IInulce 6 10 0 1 1Cleveland 1lelall 1levelanil
Cleveland lelall 4 8 G G10lellcsHnwlW 61hatterIeajavley
BattetiesHawleJ 10lellcsHnwlW and Leahy lahn Scott Scottand Scot Scottand
and Wood WoodMISS VoodMISS ood oodMI
MISS MI S PLANKS 1IJA K1 UEC1TAL UEC1TALAudience IW IIFOiIALslIhlIelico JAIJ JAIJICICO
Audience ICICO at Assembly ASSNllly Hall Hal Entertain Entertainod IMcltall
od Nllul ti in a Dellghtlul Iclghtll JIuuncr 3IuIICI 3IuIICIlls 3tnulhierMiss JIuuncrMiss
Miss lls Do Etta Eta Flank entertained enlcrlnlnet in u uchaimlng t tchnnning Icharniung
chaimlng manner malner a goodly Ioodl audience at attho althe atthe
the Assembly Hall 1all last evening She She1ms Shehas Shehas
has rare rte elocutionary elocutolr powers and a aolee aClc avaice
olee Clc that Is I a delight delchl to listen Islen to She Shevon Sheon Shewon
von on the admiration admiraton of her audience audiencelast
last night at once oncC which was attested attestedin
in the generous g nerots applause nprlll o that she re received recclel recelved ¬
ceived cclel Her vcisatlllty ctllllly Is truly lrul re remarkablo retlrlmblo rcinorkablo
markablo tlrlmblo When she affects afect comedy comedyone
one 110 thinks hat t she WaR created orca ted espec especially e eapecinhll pec peclaly ¬
ially laly lor that purpoie llrpOe but ns lS an ex exponent ex1lnllt oxP000itt ¬
ponent 1lnllt ot the stronger Itroner rnsslons Ia lons she hits lltsthe tis tislie hitsthe
the lie hlllutlon bluaton equally rqllaly us lS well wel Her ler hu hutnorous humoroul hulnorcius
tnorous moroul readings Included Incuded Hchlnd the theCurtnfn theGurtnn theCurtain
Curtain The Cooking Lesson 10880n So SoWas SoWus Sous
Was us I The Orthodox Ollhodox Team eal and andDown andDown authlowli
Down at tho Capitol She was partic particularly partc partcular particularly ¬
ularly ular clover In The Wind WI lt and the theMoon IheIoon theMOon0
Moon MOon0 her mimicry 1lnlcr of lie wind being belnins belnas beingas
as nearly elrl correct as al it 1 would seem tIOS tIOS8IL9 tios511i19 possible ¬
sible Turning Ttrln to the more serious serlotll arid aridtMRlo analIr1 aridtragic
tragic Ir1 fo the was wal equally lIUal happy These TheseselectlonH fheseselectons ruieseselections
selections selectons Included an extract exlrct from fromThe tromfhe frounrite
The Lady Lad of the th Lake lie lh Curse CurseScene CureeScene CurseScene
Scene from Leah and an adaptation adaptationfrom ndaptnlon ndaptnlontrom
from the th German entitled enllle Come ComeHere ComeIeTe ComeROTC
Here i iThe
IeTe IeTerhe
The musical numbers consisted of
muslcnl cDnlllel a aKulttir aIulnr aguitar
guitar Iulnr duet by Mba II s Itadollffe ladelre and andIrof ani aniIrot nnilIrof
Irof Schettlcr Scheter and nOI a I soprano soprno solo soloGoodbye 110 110GoodhYe soloGoodbye
Goodbye Sweet Do h Miss
Day by 111 Lily LilyPyc LI LilyIye
Pyc o Mrs C CD D Stewart was wal tho ac accompanist accompanl8t ticcompaniat ¬
companist companistLAGOON companl8t companl8tJJOOON companiatIAUOON
LAGOON JJOOON BEAU I Alt KILLED KILLEDXoro KIJIJED KIJIJEDX
Nero X ro floconips eCOIHS Irrepressible InCIJcsllle nnd RIUlls RIUllsAtcmlallts flub Ills IllsAttendants IllsAttentlauits
Attendants Atcmlallts IInvo tl Ilaveto to Shoot Him HimNero Hm HmNero 111111Nero
Nero the huge cinnamon cnnamon bear that thathas Ihath08 thathas
has been receiving visitors vllors at Lagoon Lagoonfor
for the past two years 1118 Is 1 no more He Hebecame Hebecalne liebecame
became Irrepressible and had to be shot shotHe shotHe shotlie
He was wal so deteimined ietelnlnel to have his lib liberty lb lbert lIberty ¬
erty ert that he would tear down every everyIwriler evrt evrthir everybariier
Iwriler hir ter that his keepers would put up upHe upHe uplie
He climbed clmbed up the smooth 1I00th wall wal that thatsurrounds thnt8urroun flintsurrounds
surrounds 8urroun s his hil pit pi and scaled scalel the fence fenceThe tenceThe fenceThe
The men caught him and Ind put him hack hacknnd hacknnd hackand
nnd he got out again The next time timea tme tmen lutea
a high sheet of tin In was fastened fastenedaround tlsllned tlsllnedaround tistonedaround
around the top of the fence once but Nero Neiotore Nerotore Nerotore
tore It down and then shambled over overto overto overto
to the poultry 11011r yard ard lie Io played havoc havocthere hlo hlothere havocthere
there devouring several se aev rul Belgian hares haresand hnresnnla haresand
and nnla a number of little Ille pigeons He was wasbearing wnsboarln wasbearing
bearing boarln down dowl on an Angora Angor goat when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the attendants ntendants threw threl a 1 noose over his hishead hisho1 hisheat
head ho1 and Rlt dragged trJced him Into the tw moun mountain mountaln mountam ¬
tain tam lion 101 cage c1Ie The next text morning ho hohad hohod lieuntO
had rcmovtd rlovtd all ni of thin braces hrncClnsldo Inside the thecage Iheoage thecage
cage tad nll was aM gnawing on the wood woodwork woodwork woodork ¬
work ork The attendants atendanl saw that Nero Nerowas Nerown8 Nerowas
was Invhulblp hwlnllbh as long as he was alive aliveso
so they Ihe took a rifle und In sent a 0 bullet bulletthrough lIulel lIulelthrough bulletthrough
through his head headSHEAUKltS htadSlmAH hucadLtft
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SHEAUKltS SlmAH Ltft itu1Jttitr4Iti I iPUtt ls SHORN SHORNNino Ltintt tituju titujuUtah I
Nino Ino ° Utah Utlh and aiItIltIilIiO Idaho Iluho Wool W ol Clippers ClippersInrtWIthTlnSlrEarnlnjra ClllCIS ClllCISPI CllppeusItLtlt
InrtWIthTlnSlrEarnlnjra InrtWIthTlnSlrEarnlnjraA PI ItLtlt Wih tItlt Tli h lt Efrlllnld EfrlllnldA Earilings EarilingsA
A party of nine sheepshearers help8henrer who whohave whohne whohave
have just finished fnished their seasons Aeaon work workIn worlIn <
In this vicinity tclnl thought thdy would wouldsave wouhlalvo wouldsavo
save alvo all al their money until they the got to totheir totheir totheir
their homes In II Utah Vtlh and nd southeastern southeasternIdaho
Idaho but they theyhave have changed chnngell their theirminds Ihelrminds theirminds
minds says FIS the tjvanston 4ans vanstop p Wyoming WyomingPr WomlngIrfM yomlngIres
Pr IrfM IrfMAt Ires js jsAt
At about 12 oclock haiti III night they the thebon
hoarded bon Ne a freight train in th the yards nrd8 at atthis atIhl atthis
this Ihl place pll and expected explea to o be In Ogden Otfdenby Olen Olenb
by b this morning They The took possession potacsilonof po esslon esslonot
of on 1 empty box car and Me nn Immediately Immediatelylaid
laid down to take u sleep slfr The Te train trainfailed trin trintnlell trainalied
failed tnlell to pull pul out immediately Imlellntel and Ind they theywere theyIorf theyvere
were Iorf disturbed from their peaceful peacefulslumbers peacetulsluunbers fcerl fcerlIlumhri
slumbers Ilumhri by two gentlemen glntem n of leisure leisureMho leIsur leisurewho
who represented rpresented themiwlves thel as fly flycops fy flytop
cops 0 top s The two men were armed a tn c with withn
n revolver rolwr and a 1 small 81al bicycle blcce lamp lampfind 1111 taunhand
find ad accused Ilused the sheepshearers Hheepfheorer of ofbreaking otbroking ofbreaking
breaking broking a seal and Informed Intonnc them themthey themthey thuenithey
they were under arrest Of course coursethey cour coursethey
they the had 11 to be searched lelrchea and nnl wen werp re relleved releell tolieved
lleved leell of their wads The two ofll ofllcers 01 ofllcers
cers cer left the car clr and went after afer the thorest Ihorcst therest
rest of the thl police plle force giving 11lng the boys boysInstructions hO8IMtrrton8 boysinstructions
Instructions IMtrrton8 not to leave leve the th car clr The Theoiricers1 Iheoffleers he heolCCI
oiricers1 olCCI apparently RlparenUy got ot cold feet as asthey n asthey
mat mentThe matThe they pnt failed taie to come tole back as per agree agreement Ilee Ileepnt agreemat ¬
The Thl sheepshearers heeshpnrerl hail har In the neigh neighboil nelih nelihborhH neighorlio
boil borhH o f of jo between btwcen them and andthought nndthoucbt andthought
thought they th would woullsave save railroad 1IIroad fare tarob fareby
by b beutlrs btullnl their way iva 1 hack home The Thetramps ThetNmp Thetmntps
tramps tNmp i rdlret > Ikved the boys of nil 01 but a aPoor nSTETTf aJ
Poor appetite appetiteis nppeUe nppeUeHO
OSTETTER STETTf is I the result re uU of ofn
HO J S n unhealthy unhealthyH unhealthyCEEBRA1D
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S strengthen rengthenour j t
> our ur digestive digestiveorgans Ilgeslvo Ilgeslvoi digestiveorgans
organs and nndnroUJo andiqrs
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liver Inr nnd kid kidneys ¬
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feiv to ott dollftrBnnd tollr tioUnra llntill tndtlsyre lljey y arc iwV nOV trying trnl to
llgure Ilur out Oll the t Ie nearest 1 lr11 way W homo hOlo They
BII t not very vf etJ iinnlodlur how they the i net t
home nnd Itl would Juit Juit ju HB rl leave walk ns 18 usA
11 11 A to In a I bx car carThe cUtlhe catSFhie
The lhe night marshal m hll was OR notified notfied anti nl antii
Ititnedlutely lunllnlel i rflelifltt3l telegraphed telirphed dUorlptlonn 11orllllon8 of oftiio ofI oftIo
tiio I n two trumiw trlmp to li nil ni surrounding flrrounllng
towns Tvo ln men Ien that t u ur < mtd < ht to an answer ll mittswor ¬
swer the Uoaeilptlii Wero eiv lI picked Iked tip If In il to1clio
Kcho early thin thll niorninf nUlnr Tliy Tu II will 111 bo II IIbrouHht
brought to Kvansion anMIO on tho noon nUOI taut tulnT1IIU4K 110n 110nnml tautr1I1tFI
T1IIU4K nml r1I1tFIPtigitleiietl I JIUNAWAYTKAJK JIUNAWAYTKAJKIlUlitciipd lt A Y l l1tiAhf
IlUlitciipd 1tiAhf I11 Aiilmnls II Ii1IllIiLJSI Stir 1 Up Po Petles PetlestVlthilillOy ets etstJII < lps lpstrlimsltoy
trlimsltoy tJII 10 HUll Ow ljut JJlt Not t Hint HintThere 111 111Thelo IlnutThelo
Thelo were three th runaways unn 1 yester yesterday yesterthey eter ¬
day 11 afternoon Clerloon nnd they al at U IncIted lonlo dan dangerous danItOlf thangroius ¬
gerous ItOlf for n time tlle but the mint perlotiareaulia perlotiareUita perlotia erlQtsttUII
reaulia ttUII accruing acrrulnl from either of t them themwas IhemWal theniwas
was Wal a damaged datntol vehicle and nld u I delilah ilemnlIshoil 1tlrI delilahlietl
Ishoil 111011 Mcyclo lYI A team t1 cain belonging helolgll to tho thopcnhttller Ihot
t pcnhttller Dcnllilel Bottling nUllnl company was stand KloH KloHI ¬
lag hlf In tie t lie rear relr of o the ontjIUY Uenhnlter lonhuler place placeon
I on State Street Itreot when some lol small Ilal boys boysPlckod boysPiolceil
Plckod 11101 < UII tip the weight 1II hllnl und threw it In Intho Inthu
tho vagon wnROI The horses were werl startled startlednnd RlartJulnnl slnrtledand
and nnl dnihcd Illh1 up the alley IIIY for the street streetA alrpol
A ion lOl of George Oor re Lewis J who wits WU pass
jOIIS
Iini In on a bicycle wa run over antI nndwhile nlll nlllwhile antIwillIe
while he le escaped cscIJel wlthmit wllhlut n scratch scrleh hli hliwheel hl hlwltl 1119lyheol
wheel wltl was Inl reduced rwlcel to a 1 hopeless Iopelesa wreck wreckTho wrCc wrCcIho wreckFhie
Tho horses then lieu dashed down dowl State Stateetroet Sin Statsstroet 11 11slrol
etroet slrol after 11f running rUnlln into a 1 bannna bannnatnnd Lalnl bananastuinti
tnnd ltlnl o nod by n l mini Illn named Inl11 llolnndor 1olnndor
The team I nn was caught on In Fifth South Southstreet Soulh1rl Southsttept
street 1rl and won Inl ns driven Irlven back without wihout wihout111lnlf
Imvlnir 111lnlf suffered luclTpd nny Iny injury
On West Temple street ilrtrl a Wells ells lIs Fargo FargoCOH 1110 1110COH I1nrgtCos
COH express team was standing stllnilng un untied untEd untied ¬
tied tEd in front tlonl of the Woods 0011 Orocety Orocetycompany Orel OrelCOl OroeuycoulItmany
company COl 11 I when 1 i sprinkling Iprln lnA cart cartfrightened carltrlghlCINI cartfrighiteneti
frightened trlghlCINI It I and It I broke down lie thosticot Ihoslcot liestreet
street slcot At the Intersection Inlerseolon of Second SecondSouth Bccolll BccolllHoulh SecomtiSouth
South the 11 horses ran ri Into 1110 three poles polesin puleIn
in the Ihl center of lie street and were werobrought werebruulit 11
brought brollhllO to u I sudden fudllcn and complete stop tO tOHuCOI
IJufoio HuCOI they could I ouil get nay again oglil their theirdriver Ihe theirdriver r rllrler
driver had hnr them by I the bits Tho ThoNagon Thowouon Thewugoti
Nagon tongue was WIS broken which was wasthe wal wastue
the only on on1 damage IhJnll that tnl was Wil done lon When Whentho Whcntho Whenthe
tho expiess cJress team t 11 broke Iroho nnd run It Itfrightened Ittrlghlonedn itfrightened
frightened n horse hitched to a Windsor Windsordairy Windsordnlry Windsordairy
dairy wagon WIollhat that was wal otundlng fth hll near by byTho hy1ho byThe
The animal bolted hOlel up Second SoUth BOllh and andIn onllIn antiIn
In turning the corner corler tho wagon was wnsupset WMpset wastipset
upset and a 111 badly hldly damaged dalaROI The horse horsewas horsoWOi horsevas
was WOi caught clught on 01 tho spot spotDH I potnu
DH CT C 1 MMVVS HWWS LECTURE LECTUREllooks IJIWlUHE IJIWlUHEJookSf1l LECIUJtE1llooks
llooks JookSf1l nnd Culture Cnltne CulitureSas Was Ills Is Thcino Thcinolllblc qi101110Bible Jhcmo JhcmoIblc
lllblc Iblc Is tho Heat Hook HookThe Honkhc loolThe
The hc lecture of Dr Chitcnco Clulenco T Brown Brownon
on Books and Culture Culurp nt lt Hammond HammondHall HammondUni IlauninondHall
Hall Uni last evening ovelln was wal well cl attended attendednnd nUendedIltl attendedanti
anti Iltl was 11 listened lstened to with Interest He Hepointed Hepolnled liepoiuited
pointed out the good goolilhere there Is in tho best bestbookc hesthookp bestbooks
books and anI advised hdrlsel every young oun mat matto lan matito
to rend tho hundred best bell books ntn ntnespecially and nnd9pecal andespecially
especially Ulble UlblePJIOF Uble UblePROF hiibiePROF 9pecal the best el I book 10ok of nil althe altheUble nilthe nilthehiibie the theUlble
PROF WRIGHTS WHlHlS CANDIDACY7 CANDIDACY7School CANDIAOY CANDIAOYSchool CAN1IDAOSf11001
School Iioanl Connultlro 0111110 Meets ectF tho tlo Ap Applicant AIIICltlt Altitlitnuit ¬
plicant IICltlt From floJ FinitilcKliiIeys lcllllcs UcKlnlcys Hume HumeTho 1010 1010Tho liullueTho
Tho committee comnlteo on 01 teachers and all school schoolwork schoolwork schooltork
work held a I long Ion session 8t8alon yesterday oshHla af afternoon arlernoon aftornoon ¬
ternoon for the purpose VUtlose of considering consideringthe cnnsl orlng orlngthe
the matter mater of the lie mipertntendency luperlnlenllenc ami amito atl authto
to frlvc tlc ivc audience to Prof Oscar Osclr W WWrlfiht WWrlhl VtWright
Wright Wrlhl of Panlon Ohio who Is II here hereurging herourKlng hereurging
urging his candidacy for tho position positionProf posiion posiionlrt positionlrof
Prof lrt Wright Wrigh Is II highly hlhl recommended recommendedand reronlnen ec
and nd the committee commitee told him that thlt he hewould howould hewould
would receive duo consideration cn lderlon U Useems I Itseems
seems that It I a 1 local locR educatorgets educalor gCt8 the theposition IheIosilo lie liePositioul
position Iosilo It will 1 have to bu le thrust upon uponhim uponhim uponhint
him for notImc nutIIo homo man has ha tiled led his tilsapplication hi hialplcuton hisapplicatIon
application alplcuton It I seems aeels that thallrotWrlght thallrotWrlghthas Prof Proftm Wright Wrighthas Wrightlists
has the most favorable chances IInce8 of any nnyof anror anyof
of the nonresident 10nre > llent applicants tpplcanls He le Is Isa Isa Isa
a graduate of the Wenlcynn Wc > lean university universityof universiy universiyot
of Ohio anti has taken special ApcclalOrk work ork In Insix In81x Insix
six different dltrmmt not nOnal notnini mat schools schoolsIt 80hoolsI
It I was decided to close coso the echoola echoolaon
on Decoration Decoraton day lty and give the pupils pupilsa pupis pupisI uplIsit
a I holiday holidayThd hollllY hiolkhityTins
Tins matter mnter of arn ft greeting greetnl to tolre8hJent tolre8hJentlcJlnle President PresidentMcKlnley IresidentMcIClriley
McKlnley lcJlnle by 11 the school Ichool children chllren ns lS the theexecutive Iheexerutle theexecutive
executive will w1 drive through throulh the streets streetson streeton
on the morning moring of June 3rd 3rl was wal also alsoconsldcted 0110 0110cOllllelell alsocouusltieretl
consldcted cOllllelell The matter Inotrr wall dually Inuly left leftIn leftin eC
In the hands of Superintendent Cooper Cooperand CooperanlIresllent Cooperanti
and anlIresllent President Newman Nelro It I I t Is t however howeverpractically hoyver hoyver11rctcalY lmyoverpractically
practically 11rctcalY decided to havo the children childrenlined chidren chidrenlned childrenlined
lined lned up on both sides of East tst Temple Templebetween Templebelwcn Templebetweoul
between belwcn North and tit South Tcmplo Tcmplostreets Templostreel Teunpibstreets
streets streetsIt streelIt
It wns 11 said after tho Ito meeting mceUnl that thatmost Ihnttnolt hintmost
most tnolt of the teachers for next year had hadbeen hadho hailiteen
been ho n selected lelecled and Unit thlt the same 1110 form formof
of contract as the one In present use usewill usewil usewill
will wil be used next nxt year yeararm yearnwj llr llrlnt
arm aaniAnnnnn nwj = nnnnr uinrui uinruiWITH mun munWITH
lnt lntWITI
WITH WITI THE TiE JUSTICES JUSTICESBUUUVUUUVU JUSTICESLf JUSTICI3Suujuvuwuu
BUUUVUUUVU ifLannnnnnnnv ifLannnnnnnnvThis Lf Lffhls rumuirnruuThIs
This morning 10tlllg Charles rowel 10Wel a saloon saloonkeeper saloonkeel1er saloonkeeper
keeper was arrested on a n warrant Is Issued Issued issued ¬
sued from Justices JU8tce8 Dana 1al Smltiis SmlK court courtcharging courtcharcllg courtcharging
charging charcllg him with wih assault IHRaul and battery batteryThe balery baleryfho batteryThe
The complaint was sworn swor to by George OeorgePenrose Oeoreelenose GeorgePenrose
Penrose lenose and It In II alleged nlegetl that Powoll Powollstruck 1001 Posvohlstruck
struck him over tho head with a I chair chairon
on Friday l rhllY night during lurln a jnloon brawl brawlPowell llrwl llrwlIowol brawlioweil
Powell was Wfl taken before the court this thismorning Ihls10rll thIsmorning
morning Iowol 10rll and nli entered u I plea of not notguilty notIU notguilty
guilty I t to tho chnrge His IA bonds were werellxcd weronxell wereiIXel
llxcd IU at 25 and the hearing will 11 be held heldsome heldsome heldsome
some time tme this week weekFrank weekFronk weekFrank
Frank Fronk Johnson of Crescent Cre cent was taken takenbefore lakenbetore takenbefore
before Justice Kroeger l rQeger yesterday eslerda after afternoon otterMon afterneon ¬
noon on 01 the charge of killing k1111 a t morning morningdove mOrlni meritingdove
dove which Is l a violation vlolnton of the gume gumelaw gumehLW gitineltts
410 law He le pleaded guilty gui and was Wn fined flell flellConduclor
Conductor Duvall Duval of the Illo Ho Grande Grandehas GrOle GrOlehi Grantheha
has hi sworn swor to Ion n complaint against one oneV on oneV
V C Mclaughlin lcLnuhlln charging him with withthreatening withIhreulonlnR withthreatening
threatening to kill him by means of ofpounding otpoundln ofpounding
pounding his hillcrnnlum cranium with wl1hn a heavy heavyclub hellv hellvclu heavyclub
club clu Tho trouble between thp th two be began beRan began ¬
gan several months ago when hen tho ho men menhad menhar menlied
had a slight mixup rho defendant was wasplaced wnsllrpll wasplaced
placed llrpll under tlnll r 1150 bonds by b Justice JusticeKroeger Justiceroeger JusticeXroeger
Kroeger roeger und the case will be set et for forhemlm torllt11l1nJt or orhezitlunt
hemlm In a day or two
THATCIIEH 1IIA1CJIFIt mt ARIZONA ARIZONAProsperous AHIZONAIrn ARIANAIriispCrotii
Prosperous Irn llrroufil Community 011111I 111 It Praise fir fforAcademy IhrCldCIII fir4eimtlcmiiyhItiokitiaIiauim
Academy 4eimtlcmiiyhItiokitiaIiauim CldCIII MnokOliulinw llok llix ha III Nuptials NuptialsSpecial NUllt NiimthaisSpecti Inh InhSpecial
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceThatcher CorrospQnrlenceTI1llch CorrespqndenceThatcher
Thatcher r Graham Co Ariz May 10 10Never 10Neer 10Never
Never did our Olin Valley nllo look quite quiteso
so beautiful ns at present Grain just justabout juslnbout justabout
about ripe while hlle the first crop of nl nlfnlfa aItnlta alfalfa
fnlfa hay Is l being Leln cut and plied In Instacks InIIIIrka instacks
stacks and baled for the market We Wehave Wehae Wehave
have nn order In the valley for fifty car carloads earloads I
loads to go to El Paso la o Texas Price PriceIs 1 1Is
Is lower than common bringing only onlyJCDO unl
JCDO 60 on the cars Such an abundance abundancenf
of moisture throughout this country countrythere countrythete countrythere
there will be sonslderable feed on the themarket tbematket themafket
market Snow Is yet et visible on the theflrnhnm IheOmham theGraham
Graham mountains a short dIstancefrom distance distancefrom lslnlleetrom
from town furnishing considerable wa waIT wanter water
ter IT from a source not realized every everyyear OVer OVerrnr everyyear
year yearGenerally yearGenerally rnr rnrGeneral
Generally speaking th the people arc arcwell atewell arewell
well and prosperous Brother Athton AthtonII
II Crosby rOlb one oneot of the faculty of our ouracademy ouraralem ouracademy
academy aralem took sick Just Jn 1 before the cbs closing cbslag loll lollIn ¬
lag In exenlsen oxt lselt nnd at present Is very verylow Verrlow kerylOW
low having taken down with lth Inflam Inflammatlon InflammLllon inflaunmation
matlon of the bowels LowelsPHAISE bowelsP11MSE j jPPAI8E
PPAI8E FOR TIm ACADEMY ACADIJMYThe CADI IY IYTho
Tho following editorial e l10rltll note Is l from fromthe fromthe tom tomthe
the Arltoim Bulletin a Gcntllo paper paperpubllihtd pnperlublhh luaperPUltlIlhl
publlihtd d at Solornonvllle our county countyNtnt counlJlltnl countysent
sent NtntThe The commencement Immpnctm nl exercises < s at the theLatterday theLaUerda theLtterdsiy
Latterday Hnlnls Academy held last lastweek Itilltweek lastreck
week nt Thatcher was most tnoslgratltlng tnoslgratltlngto gratifying gratifyingto
to the friends of this Institution The Thework TIHw Theweek
work w rk accomplished I during the past pastyear l1astear pastyear
year ear was very er satisfactory tfhir thf1at thf1atHndance at attendance attendanee ¬
tendance during the term reached over overtno Oerlo overtwo
two hundred Prof Marger the princi principal principal principal ¬
pal of the academy hns been untiring untiringIn
In his efforts to build up this thl school schooland Bchoulnnd schooland
and naturally he feels very er much grati gratified grutlt1eiJ gfatlflel ¬
fied with Ith the result He has chosen
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