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DESERET EVENING NEVS MONDAY APRIL 25 1010 11
LOCAL SPORTS AND SCHOOL ATHLETICS I
LtHIOHS WIN HIGH
SCHOOL TRACK MEET
ntlll Will rick Trmn lYom
rh
fI8 ronlrMnnlH tn Meet
lnl or lty
truck team ot the Halt
r UM
1 n h shooI wun the Intorulaaa
tAJc t ftl the Unlveretty of Utah
p
tta0irrrirrt y afWrnoon acorlng
< IlpU h Junior wer ee < ond with
prnt cWM took third
honiot
1e Sthomor
II pOIflta Md th Yr8llh
rn < S
Stat in
tat was 141ft I V point
tTh urv rlRAh I IbT HfniHiy took
J17L in M4 which waa fat for the
V jtkmall mAde MI In lhe uar
uacl I mtIr won the rail In low
11 e
l ° 6 hut he ahowed that he hd
Int and It crowded noulll lower hia
I I ruble ID the last quarter heal
IJIIII entire way making U In M
td tne
et JI of he events Coach Conylll s
10 tl better time then the athIeta
mm III J xrHty of Utah in the cliua
t th k 10 Bomtiey Ifcranlon and
EX V h mde belter time In the
Jtk the university eiM14a Kotn
4IIl i 1 higher than Itleaards and
r Iat Munecy a reoord In the half
nIk bj b iweonde
WILL CHOOBB TEA t
Coach CornIll
> h v eonteatant
irSk a team to meet tbe 1nlverlty
UI ni > it Saturday In a dual meet
tf eligible deal candidate scorn
luIe unj
< > iuvUi ntered all the men
td 1 n e i for the track team An In
rh c Ih halfmile
i iay Im ran
ItPfIo III I ri which la cloaa to the state
ord
ni h eflIflr3 Mld vanl da h Romney flrat
0 I
atr seend Hiirlbut third all
J1tJpatr I im pIO 4S seconds
5fAIOI TwC hrrlrl and twenty yard low
koMI irtnman first Senior Ward
00 f i ignore Walker third Ben
lor 1m A seconds
1w uiilred and twenty yard dash
Tri > I I Senior Storer second
aiunr 5 < uii1 third rreshman time
V fn h I rpd and forty yard clajh
lUfkrna lrt McCann second Walker
Srd a a Mi r tlmeMJeiweOBd
Hlfnio runi handler nrl Junior
third I
Gould i l senior Vumtz
fennr II ni 4 l44 >
first Junior
ijin i t < handler flr
Qnid j n l H < nlor KlaRel third
toll I 25
Hih i mt > Murrtork lIt Junior
finds ml Senior Stout Prenh
rar n i vHrthm Senior tied for
thir1 t rL
Braid i Jt Warthman flrat Senior
twinm nd Senior Shaeklefonl
tlni J u r dlilanca feet
Inlo i ill llnmney fIt Senior
Tonic f i < I Junior Wetael third
Senior feet S Inchea
fr i II iIntrr first Junior Mar
Hum i > Hl Senior Ilomney third
jjDr unMiieJl feet 1 Inch
Himm firow will he held at high
1 rtiv N ndnv afternoon
RI i i seniors tint fllzpAtrick
irknn vvfirthman Ilomney tlm
1110 k i imuriw erond Ournmy
ITiM 11 i f Wallace tll1IlQ In
Mnul tm made the fastest lime
1 K 1on Mclntyro WheellnK
IBbi
Sun iiriff Atklni
Jor 10 Wilson Stelnn and
JNi
Tim rs iiiMll MrNlrce and Richard
or
h ft r f f tii h OJ on
1rk i r HirM 8tone
SPANISH FORK WINS
COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
i tie i l to The News
ri > I in 21 The Hpanleh Fork and
ttlfr i hoI li eball llama plA >
to r mi MB same on the II Tin U 1
mp iniriiiij for the county high
mi i iiMiiitmMiip mlch was won by
hlr < U r k n HlNoreoflJ to II RIte
Vii iifk and Wad worth of telll
T r perfnnner of their r
N i ini The following U their
tf I
ir Irh Ihl
c Diritou
r P Vedranc
II lb nondwln
l 2h 1 Anderapn
r 3h Winos
H Th p 0 Wadwonh
If Davla
< fRAndpron
H I rf Irutt
J m 8anlh Fork Clark
I P ldm
UK II V 1NN1NOS
UR 4K TW
k m lit > U
m m bxu
lUMHML AT ICN3AV
i 1 in Tlie New
M > f i The H Y C baceball
In i i lie team of the Oneida
f > r pNitoa Idaho tIe
nr i > re of K to 7 Tester
< defeated the Praatonlte
1 In 9
BASEBALL NOTES
K I IIryboyu took another
p r h n R clerk Title time
I ti 4 It wee a bard Bane
innings and then the
k iiid flelUmy and Cam
p tam turtfii for the winning
e V t y I HI reel lenin sad the
bi l II slugging game at
whli h the itreet team
10 f B to X The winning
r J I ni and Wleoomb
T
II I l lie second gem played
I rm H picked team the
I i 17 The youngvler
tri M Hrlnkley and Prince
i i lie winning battery
AMERICAN LEAGUE
LEAGLJgv
Dtt W t Pet
9w 1 I 714
r IT 1 i tIIIO
i i m
m
i I 4 Etu
p S I 1
iiuhif 4 4 Jw
11 1 I m
1 4 a
PIVY T1I5 1AM1
I Atili UDariuiem and
tflrk e Washington sil New
r n tt the end of the alath
It i 01 having soofe a run
ugiin had a pltotvera lMt
nJr II
J I IIi
I ego
i dker and 8tret Vaughn
t > T STOP DlJTItOIT
r i1 rII j aDflrott med It
r > fr > m cievlind tedttr win
M Mullln kept tin lilt seat
I IaJuie led 111 batting
d 1111
eir 0 7
a 05 11 S
lurk v 111 hl J > m Koeeter and
atl InMP
lnJS HITS COUNT
n
I 3 Tlireo sueeaivn
TWO FAMOUS ENGLISH GOLFERS COMING TO THIS COUNTRY TO
TACKLE OUR BEST
r
i
I
L 4Iiti t
Nw York April Judging by the
report that have Iteen received here
America will have a number of foreign
golfers to entertain this neaaon lie
cently John Hanklnga the champion one I
armed Riilfor of Europe ann < unee1 that
lie Intenilnl to visit AmerlcH for the
vole purpow of playing thee In hla
claan for the worlds hal lonhlp
loiter came the report that Jarneg llrnlrt
and J C Taylor two of the greatest
prufeatiltmal goiters England ever pro
duced are to itime to thin country to
tackle the beat we have on thin aide nf
the Atlantic The men are due to arrive
shortly In the wnrly IIMrt of June HC
Iorrllnfr to rtlrhl rerotved from Aua
tralla six of the beat Kolfera In the
antltNHiw are coming her In quest of
fame It III more than likely that thMe
foreign clara of the royal and mirlent
Scottlflh BHine will hae their hand
uuuH
X x
Mae hit and an Infield out In the elev
enth inning of todays name gee Phil
adelphia the victory over Boeton i to I
CarrlRan1 home run In the seventh tied
the score for tM local
Score 11111
Philadelphia J 111 J
I KM ton 1 MI I
IlHttert Phink and LlvinKton Ct
ootte and CarrlnHM
VI1TIIHK STOPS JAMI4S
At Ml I o la ChlcagoSt Jolla gem
olponed oold weather
At Detrt > DetroitCleveland name
poMnoned wet grounds
NATIONAL LEAGUE
LEAGUEw
w f Pet
Philadelphia f I 8 r
PltMiurg I I
Chicago 4 2 m
New fork 4 I jn
Cincinnati 1 I I
Ihwtoo 2 1 355
Bronklyn
St l ula 1 1 taI
18t
GIANTS WIN UIMIIMi < AJIIt I
Nw York April a New York played
a great uphill game today and beat
Brooklyn i to 4 Brooklyn scored four I
In the third on two Mt and by poor
fielding on the port of the local But In
the ninth the Haute cam from behind
antI won the game Myers double tying
the score and a nil Into the bleachers by
Crandall ending In the winning run
Score It II K
Brooklyn I 4 1
New York 85
BatterIce Barger and Krwln Ames
Druuke Crandall and ilyer
MILLKUS HIT WINS
Ihtteburu April jt Splendid rally
by the champion gave them another
victory today 7 to t Five single a I
pale uf CaiiHiIti and Hyrnees error In
the first gave St Luuta A 4 to 0 lead
but Plttsburg overcame It In the sev
enth A clean hit by Miller with the
base tilled brought a local victory
Score TtUlt
Pittehurg 7 6 1
8t Louis I S I
HatterlMCamnlts Moore and GUi
eon Httirnen Breenahan
1IIILLIIIS TAKK NOTll Hit
Phlladolphla April Philadelphia
again defeated Hoton 4 to O the vic
tory being the sixth straight for the
home team
Score n II B
Philadelphia I S 1
Hutlon 0 4 t
llatterlea Illtchle llrown and Smith
McQuillan and Doom
CAItlllNAUS OIJTPUAYKD
Cincinnati April 14The Cincinnati
team had little trouble winning
today gain from at oula 10 to i
The visitors uNd four pllcnera and nil
fared about equally Anderson for Cin
cinnati wee wild giving four bases on
hall mid allowing a sacrifice to Ihe firat
Hve men ugs wee hit hard also
Score 111111
81 Louis t II 0
Cincinnati H 11 l
Ralturln IlUcer lllonma Oeyer
Luh and BreanaBaii Amieraon Sugga
And Ic LeI
Chicago April KlltUburgChloSRO
game poetpuned rain I
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I
Columbu t I
Toledo A a
Minneapolis 6 4 tlli l
Kanaas City 4 I tn
Mt Paul 4 4 359
Indianauoll 4 S 41
LouiavlOe 1 T HO
Milwaukee t I IM
At MilwaukeeKane CltyJJIIwauke
game postponed now
At ulvlllL Hitvlll 1 IIIdI MAt o
It I
At CoiumbuaColunibus S Toledo 4
I
At MlnneaiMtlla Mlniteapull U St
Paul 4 1
I
At CotanUma Toledo 4 Columliud 4 I
It Innings called tlerkneca
I
At IOBlTll IndUmapoll I Iouli
vllle 1
1
At Milwaukee Kunaa Clty Mllwau
kee game postponed snow
At Si Iniil MlnneapolISt Paul
Riime called off cold weather
r
<
QTAYLOilQ
full In defrtntlng the best we have here
In the last tw > oars ninny crack pro
fmwlorutl have been developed to wy
nothing of the great number of ama
teurB rtolflntc today la mrtre iwipulnr on
this liW of the Atlantic than ever be
fore
A
nnn
WESTERN LEAGUE
v t Pet
OttbH 1 1 en
JJellver 2 I en
Sioux CitY 1 I M
St JOIMIIh 1 I IIT
Dim l I nea 1 3 11I
1ok 11
loIRe801 1 I
1oIIIt 1 I 135
At VtchHaVVhlta t Omaha a
At Denver Uawoln t Denver 4
At TojtekaTopeka SIOUX City L
At at MtIbSt Joeeph 4 Dm
MiSni 3
At WichitaOmaha Wtcmta l
At TopekaTepeha Sioux City S
At 81 Jeaeph m Joaeph U tic
ttoinca 4
At Denver Denver 4 Lincoln 0
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
W I Pet
Portland If 8 335
Han FranclAco 14 W HI
VernOH 14 II Wi
10 Angelea 14 It Jtt
0 kliind I It ITS
Hacramanto 7 14 M4
KACII TIE ONK
10 Angeles April H Vernrm and
bat Angeles each took a gem today Loa
Angel won the rnorniag gem 4 to t
and Vernon won the afternoon 7 to IL
Morning name
Score 711115
Vernon 3 S S
Lew AMRfllea 4 I t
IlatteHen tvell and hogan Thorn
sea HIM OrendPfff
Afternoon game
Score RJ115
Vernon 7 H I
Ixn Angeles 8 7 1
llatterleaWfflelt and Drown Nap
Delhi and Orendortf
POUThAND WINS ItVSIIiV
Portland Or April wOaklnnd
Imt the final Kfttrtf ntiII59i to Port
land today by a score of t to t
Score UII R
Oakland S S 0
IortlHixl < W 1
IlatterleaChrhnian Dank and Mites
Oarrvtt and Fisher
SILXUS WIN AND DIIAW
Han Franclaco April tI8an Fran
deco took the afternoon game ot
a doubleheader today by a score of 6 to
X and In the mornlnK San Francisco
broke even with SacramnU In a 10ln
iilng genie
Afternoon game
Score n n 71
San Francisco j 5 j
Sacramento T l
tlattrtAm and Merry Drown
Hunt anti Fournlr
Morning name
Snort n H K
Han Franolaoo 1 t J
Sacramento g jj i
HaitrtcaMIlIc Rtewnrt and Wil
liam llrown lloilta Mid I A IOAK
VKIINON DHOPS ONIt
IM Aniea April at Angalea
defeated Vernon her today by a score
of 7 to 3
Scare It H B
1sngeLs 7 X
Vr on s < I
ll llrl nrtwaltr and OreodortT
Jtn cketirltlK and Urown
TAKK TIIHUi CAJIKS
San ITanclMO April JlS crm nto
took the third Mraight gum from San
Francisco today
Score 717171
Bacramne h c 10 i
San Preneteoo 4 n l
lMte frHaum Urown and IA
Longe Wllll satlyend William
i IT11IIKK PITCIIIWS 1AIU
Portland Or April aThe com
bined efforte of three pttoner failed to
prevent detect for Oakland today
lortland taking the gem 7 to e The
locals scored four nut In the fret in
ning
Score IL it M
Oakland J I
IH rtUnd 7 J J
mtlerleNel harking and Live
ly Orgg Murray and Fisher
COIiMMiK SCOURS
At New llnven conn Yale fi ITnl
OlIrS mm u PILLS 0
I for backache rheumatism kidney or bladder trouble nnd urinary Irregularities o
I i Folcya Kidney Pills purify the blood rcatorc lost vitality nnd vigor Refuoe aubatlwtcs
POE SALE BY SCHBAMMJOHNSON DRUG COMPANY SALT LAKE cnn
jYjjjjj4OSONDjGCOjjjjjTLAj
MTHity nf Vernvml I
At ViircistiT Mas lnl v i rH > I
lIlau I
At Amherst Amherat X Tufiii 9
At Wllllamitown Ma Williams 1
Trinity II
U Andover N IIPhllllt Andover
6 New llampuhlre tOIle II
At Kxeter N 1tpaUllpa Kaeler U
Colby I
AtWa hlnrloi O > rg timii I liar
vrd6
At Atlnnta O < Hrirla Tech I Vander
bill I l Inning
At Annapoll North uroltna Unl
V3ralty II Nit J
At Ithaca 9 roluatbie I
At ProvldllncJ ft I Hrown 5
Princeton 2 West Point 4 Wee
tyan 5
NORTHWEST LEAGUE
Heattle Waah April M
8 < ore K H K
Taoma 1 J 4
battle I U 1
Hat tei lea Hall and My rat Beaton and
Cuntcr
Hnl < ane April 14
CH tore nH al
Vdiniiuver I I 1
ikino I T I
leBrlnker and Lewis Mickey
i tid llrmik
POST lliAHUK SClllmutIc
Tin xiidler at Port louTlaa have
frmiil u league In which each company
him entered a team and Irrr be
the chief port ut the pout this summer
There are eight companies in the laue
and the following Is the schedule
April Company C ve Company T
April S Company I vs Company M
April Company II vs Company I
May 2Company A va Company C
May Company B VH Company D
May Company II v a Company U
May ItCompany 1 vs Company M
tla ItCompany A vs company D
Wa y Company n vs Company C
MilY Ifompany II ye ompany M
la 15Company I tu ompany I
ltLiy Si4nmpaiiy A vs tompany n
May Jfompn H vs ompan t
Mav I > Company c a Company I
Ma > zrcomp P vs Company M
Mav J i Ci > mpany H ta Company H
Jlln inmpany I vs tompany M
1 ii ne 94 mJIIIIlY I I tsupuiy I
JIIII II tompeny A vs rimteny I
IIIn iompany eva Impany H
iuna NcomfllUlY H ta tompen I
uI 4tnp4ny A ompan M
June 1ofnpany 0 vs ompen t
Jim HIomny A vu Company I
June Jt iOmpliy B ye ompeJly 11
June rVimpany c VOl company i
June W4ompan 0 VOl Company H
iiftlclal umpire Color Sergeant
Kret First Hergeant Bedard company
K and First Sergeant Perklna com
pany U
YAIMI MHV VIV PAS t AMII
Th yard men of the ConmrtldatM Wag
on A Machine company defeated the of
fice men In n match bawhall game on
Saturday afternoon on the Granite high
school ground by a acore of S to 4 The
battery for the YArd men wa johanaen
and Ilomney A team will he picked from
these men In represent the company and
Manager O T Odell wtli see that the
team has uniform and equipment The
nine will BOon he ready for jurnin with
any amalmr team In the utate
CORNELL COACH SEEKS
FOOTBALL CANDIDATES
Ithaca N Y April Kxprenalna hla
dlaeppotntment at the attitude nf the Cor
I ell undergraduate toward football wnrk
and thlr flu to have more mndktatea
tu report for iftrlnir work Head Coach
pt Reed hem enl out a pereonal
appeal to the football men He nay that
the greateet handicap the team fared lat
hdl
fall was leek ef caprienrethat little
interest In the work ha been shown a
far and demand a larger attendance
HAMILTON SETS NEW
MARK AT AVIATIQN MEET
Man Antonio April 35At the San An
tonk aviation meet > e tray Charles
K Hamilton the only AflC to attempt
flhll owing In the high wind lowered
Iwo world records He made three aa
cenaliHia on the nrnf he lowered the
world time record for I Mart and on
the third lowered the world dlatance
record for making a start
Hamilton made a start In 18 tecondft
towering the record made here Saturday
by Glenn 1 Curtln That record waa
4SA The machine left the ground at l
feet th prevlou worlds record made atLee
L Angel by Curtla belnl W tel
EDWARD P WESTON WILL
BE GIVEN RECEPTION
New York April 15FrIends of Kdward
Pen Weatoa the walker wh will
arrive In this city during the coming
arv
week have appointed a committee to take
charge of bin reception at the completion
of hla Journey The committee ha the
support of Pierre Ijorlllard Henry dews
Joseph I Choate Gen Thomas H Hub
bard and other
DOKN YACHTS TO COMPHTK
Iloaton April 35html arrancement
for the SpanishAmerican Honderklaaae
race which will be held off Marble
head commencing o or after Monday
Sept 5 have been completed A cir
cular letter sent out today by the Kftalern
Yacht club having the raoea In charge
aaya that the condition m d by the
United Stain club and forwarded to
Spain h approval were returned with
out chance and with full approval of the
Hpanleli Yacht club The condition are
practically Identical with those which
governed 1M GermanAmerican race
laM year
Th Spaniard will send three bonl nf
the gondcrklaase which will be met by
1
tare American boat of the earn rlaaa
selected after trial race by th RaMern
Yacht club from among the J 0 candi
date for the honor ot from nearly
H itnn Atlantic coast club will oem
pal In the trivia om
AUTO HACKS POSTPONED
New York April 35The prnjioeed auto
mobileraoea of the Argentine Sporting
ooleyt of Buenoii Ayres for which prize
of nearly I7 10 have neon offered have
been poctponed aa the preparatory work
cannot be flnlahed before the dale set for
the met This announcement waa made
today following the receipt by the Auto
mobile club of America of a cable raw
sag from ITealdent Dl March of the
Argentine society O
Tbe automobile race were planned to
lie run In connection with the centenary
celebration next month
BARNEY OLDFIELD WILL
RACE ON BUENA VISTA TRACK
Barney Oldfleld will come to Bait Lake
with hi wonderful horsepower Bllttn
flegs o May 7 and 5 and attempt to
amah the worlds record on the liuena
itt track Manager IMcHen arrived
Saturday to make
ftun me arrangements for ev
eral automoliile race in connection with
OMfleld event conneto
In Ban Francisco Saturday Oldfleld had
his machine on a dirt track for the Hut
time He broke the roast record by one
fifth of a second When he enmn on
OldAeld will attempt to act a new record
on the Dun Vlat track NO
Bxcimsioxs KAST
II IlciJTor Illo rondo
Hound Trill lIsting
To Denver Colo HprR Pueblo ttttO
To Omaha and Kansas City UI5
1000
To St Louis 14900
1900
To Minneapolis and St Iaul J6IOO
To Chicago J5500
Low rAtes to many other polntd
HelllnR date May 6 1 June 4 11
lit 37 July 7 2 > Autr4 Sept 12
23 All tickets gnod returning unlit
Street Oct Si city Ticket OHUe 301 Main
OAK cur GARRES
OFF MI fl CONTEST
I
Nine 1ts Iii 1111 TI i reel hi y Atlilellt
Mrut nt 1 blur Illlnnt
Cciunty
In the field meet held by the M I A
Mlllard county O City carried o the
honor Saturday with grand total of
r point flllmore wan aechnd wnrln
I points and HolBcn was third and Mad
dow a cloae fourth fix other r r
le In tl meet were lllnkley 0
Deawret Kanoah and Hripto Mora than
a hundred athlete enmired In the eventS
which were held the three last days of
the woeS Coach Joe Haddock of the
fnlrerelty o Vials WM referee and returned
turned to Mil lke this morning The
meet warn held a Holdea Mlllard coun
ty and hundred of people from the aur
roundln country attended the meet
Each town warn represented by Score of
rooter and ti contact waa S eucoeae In
every way
Maddovk declares that the phyalcal edu
cation and development given under the
M I A la one of the beat method ever
introduced Special intereet la taken by
the dlffrrmt tOn and cities in the work
of ret I he HMoctatlon and I la having good
HunUmnn and D of Fillmore are
both good m < n Day ran the loudaah In
Wt seconds and Hunuman ran the low
hurdle In fl seconds and high Jumped
t feel S Inches Roper of Oak City ran
the mile In 44f which la class to the
tote record Roper has good form and
ha a good sprint
1undahl won the halfmil In t <
which equal the state record He Jumped
ID feet In the broad Jump a played o
the baakatball IM
lymn of Oak city Petty o Deaeret
and Ktnllnaon uf Klllmore Thompaon of
Holder 1rL n Davis of Medaow were also
starThe basketball r wan won by Oak
City which counted ao many point In the
meet The Junior baaketbeJl team o
lilnkley won the second aerie In th
irlrl league the Mite basketball team
won Brat plate
A J Aahman o flaMe won the oretnrl
ral coolest and Kim Cropper of Oao 1
won the oral story telling coolest After
the meet wan held a dance and reception
was given
CltlMKS KliHCTICII IMIIiKIDICNT
U II Grime formerly of 8t LIII
was choacn president of the Itah Che < k
e club at a meeting held recently In
the club routes A tonimitte baa tei
appointed to secure ciu rlhM prevent
club rooms being In the V M i1 i
building A ARme match ha teen r
ranged between J N Holme uf Mult
L and O H Richards formerly chant
Rlon of South Dakota who II now lxit
R In Halt Lake Several other mh
game have been arranged IMana lo
now under way to aranK tourney tint
Ir with branch club in the Intermoun
taln atatea
tan
KHIIC CIUIIIKCOUItS IOXV
The Halt lake Klrte club took a trip t
on the ran Sunday afternoon and io V
r1 of the h bo aeveral rounds
The weather was One but U acore wein
low flwalm mad th htajtieat score with
I point and the high average of 75 4
The Individual scores were aa t loa
Bwalm t 1 m M7 45
Johnson m jl 7
> 3535 tt 714115
Taylor I TT f S 3 14
Hlrechvo 35 n 15 f 11
Brown 1 73
tchfleld K 55 M m m
MoCornlck 01 71 fl v445 J4
Fnn M U i M 35 6767 45
SALT LAKERS WIN FOUR
RACES AT VAILSBURG
New York April 14 Frank Kramer
of Uait Orange N J America rham
I Ion cyclist was painfully Injured In the
fivemile proleMlonal race a Yallaburg
today when In trying to avoid 1 collision
lie r an Into a fence Kramer said after
ward he would b able to ride again In a
day or two
The summery
One mil handicap profeealonal Percy
lAwrence Bit Lake 55 yard won
time13k JI y
Onehalf mile match profeanlonal
O llehlr Halt tk beat Jon Bedell
Lynnbrook U 41 In straight heat time
of heat 1K4S and 11 18
Australian pursuit ran amateur
Phillip Wright Salt Jk City w
1istanet4 V mllea tlmeUai6
Twomile Invitation profalnna4
F Hoot Roaton o tlm 4K4
Fivemile professIonal openIvan
Lawson Salt Lake City won 11 ma
il 00 15
JACK JOHNSON ARRIVES
AND WILL BOX TONIGHT
Jack Johnson heavyweight champion
will reach Bait Lake with his traJnra
nn their way to California at i oclock
thl afternoon In te Malt Lake
theater M will appear at 8 oclock
Ihla evening In a sparring match Th
program will Include several boxing
matches and other athletic feature
The i olored population of Hal Lake b
planned to give the black fighter a re
ceptlnn An automobile parade la planned
and a reception will be given him Pnf
Dunbar club SIT south State street t
In the amateur bout roung Forbes
and Mickey Bulllvan Harley Moaa and
Frankie lImo and Young Krlenborn and
Jack Ixwney will appear The fight an
arc taking cOnsiderable Intereat In the
exhibition tonight They nay that It I a
great chance To get a line on Johnson
and compare him with Jeffrie Harry
Heagren and Hardy Downing the pro
moter say that the ticket sale p
ar
couraging
p
Strength nnd ICniliirnnrc
Are factors of the greatest au4c M
No person can do full jutrc te
himself without them
In no seaaon of the year are they
more easily exhausted than In the
spring
We need not dlfcuaa the reaeon for
thin here Its enough to nay there
IH one and that Hood Saraaparllla
gives strength and endurance a a
thousands annually testify 8
Half Price
on Millinery
Tuesday at
the
PEOPLES
CASH
Dept Store
42 44 46 48 West
First South
EXCTJRSIOYS KAST
cnSJs S
Vln Oreejon Short Line
To Chle or l > nyr and re
turn tSfll
To Colorado Springs or Pueblo
and return JMBO
To Omaha or Kansas City and
return J40 00
To P Louis and return S400
To St Paul or Minneapolis and
return lltOO
To Chicago and return J5600
Proportionately low rate to other
point I
Ticket on sale May 5th 14th June
4 11 It 2 July 7th and Uth Aug
4th and September lIlt and 21rd
Limit October tlat For further particular
ticular see agent
CITY TICKKT OFFICB 101 Main a
m
NOTIlK COVritACrOHS
The Board of Education of Murray
School DUtrlit will receive bid up to
Thuraday May wi inn at 7 p m for 1
tKe erection of two school building one I
3room and one 4room part bla will
be received for the mason work and car I
penter work Including plastering anti I
ralntlng Plan and apeclfloatlona can
be een In lan t rf the Ltljenberar ac
b 1
Bundberg architects 427 Newhouae Rldf 1
Melt Lake City Utah Such bid must 50
accompanied by a certified cheek of i per
tent of the amount of the bid mad pay
able to the Board of Kducatlon of Mur
ray School IrfMrlct T urcaful bid
den will be required to give a bond In a
sum equal to onehalf I the amount of
the contract price Htda1 be opened
at the office of the Board of Education
of Murray School District In the City
HAll Murray Flab Thursday May itt
at 7 p m
Rights reserved to reject soy or all
hid
HOAKII OK KITCATION
Murray R < tmo 1 ntatrlct
fiflt HACK Of i > AGRNt
Diamond Cui
Diamond
Diamond ore hard to cut
but oura are tin ht tn hv ha
RI any prUf nnil ihf iirire art
cut clone
Imlv pried H Wcilitalro more
tlmn any pnaHcuHlon nhc hal
W i hate them for 2500
and tip
r o
B I hon mi
jyoInd Phon t
v n
SALT LAKE city UTAH
1
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The Outlook
Cif the homo brightened If a
patron of ours and receiving
the benefit of our painstaking
care of your apparel In the
laundering pro
TROY LAUNDRY
THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY
Both Phone li IM MAIN HT
How About
You
No one who use ever
hAd I BELL TELE
PhONE the home
would think of ke pmg
howiw without it Why
should you no avail
Vfu1 of this econom
e
ical necessity which your
friends and neighbor
find indipenMbre 1
REASONABLE RATES
Call the Manager
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HELL
SERV1CF
IS SATIS
FACTORS
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New Book
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CHRONICLE
By the Author o
Richard Carvel
A unseeN The Crlala The
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litton Mr Cre
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i wes Career tl
An Absorbing
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The Lending Book Concern
NOTICE TO CONTKACTOHS
Th undersigned Behool Board of DIs
T unrI arand County Utah
will receKe Jah up to 10 oelo k Bm
11 re I llo t J
Wednesday May MOi for the remodennic
WdnHa
and the lrntalljtlin of a htatlBf and
ventilating uprinita to be instaLled In
I the nstri MPJrIU Building and High
School Itulldlng xltuated In fob Utah
I iccordlra f plin 4 clflcatlOBji pre
I pared b Watkin Birch ate
r all l ikt ly rtah
I IMnnc ii oin end Instrnetlon tn
I iildders lnl I fun < 1 al the office of
ileorg W M cinUle Moat Utah ale
11frr fi j r th afirea ld arohltecta
h Mel mini t with Art
Eoit 10 uiu accomimnied wit
cerlller i hrk f r per cent the amount
rt pr
thereof i 1 Mrante tint the ao
lepted hiiiil r wll enter into mntraot ana
give an njir > t lnd within one week
after aaM ak i awardd otherwise
the aunt h foi felted tn paid dis
trict The Sri > l Board will meet at
their office at the oremlrt time end date
and ollt open and read nil hid Th
right I reeerved to reject any and all
bid a
bidBy order of the School Board
I QKORQK W MeCOKKlK clerk
Dated at Moab April 351135
DELINQUENT NOTICB
Mayflower Consolidated Mining Com
pany Principal place of bualnM I
South Pl Slt L City Hint No
tice There are delinquent upon the
following described stock o account of
assessment No 4 levied on tbe inth day
nf March IMC The several aaVunta net
opposite the name o the respective
stockholders M follow
Name Cert Share Amt
Ce 1
A B Oaterel U IJW t 515
A B Uraterel 11 U K
A H Oaterel 14 LOW 2CO
8 1 UO
A B lateral 7 Lf ll 1
A R Oaterel a HT Z
A B Oatn M 74 189
A B Uateiel M7 t LII
a
J F Woolley 41 1IM 2Jt
J 1 Woolly tN L V XJO
J K Woolley MI M 11
E P Oaterel N = 5
1 P Oaterel m MM Im
t
Hen C Woolley tat K8 Wi
Par C Wnolley M aJ M
I
Ham E Wootfy M UB 1
Ham E Woodsy 35 L 4 U
Ham K Woolley 27 I W XK
V C Woolley I Nt 115
Leo C WooKey t MM IPO
Moroni Woolley 41 L m
L N Button 41 Me UA
L N Sutton jj MB 015
George Barrow 15 U 1
Maud Harrow if SW 10
Jo Trlbol tM SM I 35
L C Martin W M 10
J V Johnson M MO 115
Walter Hurd tM tflfl IM
Jamea 1 Krakln M 100 1
Len Hale 157 1 115
Fred Price m U 0 1 ° f
Lillian Ill 1 W tO
Lillian Phillip 3M l 115
And In accsrdanr with the law and an
order of the Board of Directors made
onr Dtor
March W 1MO ao lan share nf each
parcel nf alork a may be necessary
will b sold at the office of too Company
SIS Ho Main Halt Lake City ompl
May 11 110 to pay the delinquent a
MmmentN together with coat of adver
tising and expense nf earn
EMIL r PASaS
IAIISB
I ni IP of fret publication April oreary 1 30
ASSIWSMKVr NO S3
TIIK SHVKR gHIELD MINING A
MI LII Nit CO Principal place O b4
I0 Mult Ike City rtah Nolle Is
tetchy given that at a meeting ef the
Hiril of I il rector of the above named
i umpanv held on the 15th day ef April
I Ilo iuiiti > mrnt No 3 of 1H
eit lar short waa levied e tbe ennltal
Mnk nf he corporation outstanding
lron ottan
iyihle Immediately to I V Cram
line sret ry at 514 McCorntek IlulW
ii K ilt Lake City rtah Any slock
I which this asaesament may remain
uniKiIrt on Wedneeday May U 1M
will be delinquent and advertised for
ni t public auction and unle pep
ni in I made before will he sold On
TliuiH11 June S isio at 11am
nt tin offle uf the secretary 144 Mo
Cornlck rlulldlnir Halt I City ftafc
tn nay the delinquent aacxaament te
gothar with coat of advertlawE a od ax
IHmaea of ale
H W CRAM Acting ftaeretarr
Eli I MCornlck th Building Salt I ke City
thJUT
JUT 2U T NOTICB
North ntncham mine a JUe
Principal place of business Sale Lake
city Utah
Notice Thre are delinquent upon
the following described stock O ac
count of assessment No1 levied Sent
1 Ills the following several amount
stockholder set opposite the names of lb respective
Crt Snve A rot
Tlllle A Kmutz 1 16M J 7M
Olady A Bunnulst 2 100 710
W D Adamson I 101 WM
Lillian M Tonne 4 IMt fM
Oeorire 1 Brown 1 1100 ln
I S Rnalgn T UJM 11M
C B llowly 14 705 iw
t
C W Oat 31 V r
Bmll Mill K tM tM
Julian P lmlh1 tot IW
llerry O Krutz1 JwW 7S1
Louis Kohn K lOM ST 50
William P Sliver t 10 in 71
Louis Kohn 2 EM V5
C D harding57 M04 JTJ09
Mel Holmqont 1 1700 I27M
J I Park M SlOi t75
W D Van Neyeq f I t7j
C J Mesksjr 69 JUt 1805
Henrv Quay 1 t JB
U I Manger72 nM 127M
And In aecordanee of the Ian and
order o the board of director mad
Sept 1 1M l many share of eaih
parcel of stock a may b neeetsarjr
will be sold at the office of the coin
Ian 400 Herald building No 169 routh
Main street Salt Mke City Utah nn
the Mth dav nf April at 12 ocleok noon
to par the deilnnuent aeseectesnt to
gether with a of advertising and ex
pense of Ml
p saleHEXOY
HEXRT J BURTON
Setrftary
rnonme AVT iiniANKiup
NOTICI
Consult County Clerk or respeetlv te
n for further Information
IN TUB DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate Division In and for Salt Lake
lvleC In the matter of
the estate uf John Kdwln Com Deeaamd
NoticThe petition of Martha 81111
Cox adminlatratrli of the stets of John
Edwin Cnx deceased praying for the
settlement of final account of raid
Martha Ellen Cox admlnlatrattx and
for the distribution of the reaidue of said
estate to I hp persons entitled has been
set tO hearing on Friday th 15th day
of April A P mo at I oclock pni at
the County Court House In the Court
Room of said Court la gait L City
Salt Lake County trlah
Witness the Clerk of said Court with
the seal thereof efSaSd U ih My of
1
April A n m
MRt1ARJ ZAN1 WtTCIIMR
Seal Clerk
B > L l palmer Deputy Clerk
tioner cvru U Clatrell Attorney for Peti
Motor Cycles
ExeehslorRtngle and Twin
Cylinder Pierce Single and
Four Cylinder
work Kay tilting Safe and lack
workMotor Cycles for
Rent
Bicycle Supply Co
a I V wt Inl B
Hell 362S I lid N30
Salt Lake I Det wire
Sal for 1 lpn
Turf III Evont
I CalifornIa
lfornla
Exclang e I end Race 5aetrn
I is EAS Sl SOUTH S

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