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tTEE SALT LAKE 1TFRALD tLNDAY dULY II 1S1
Weather Today
I
Fair Warmer
NOTICE
The Daily Herald mail subscrib
ers must be paid in advance for the
time ordered Old subscribers must
comply with this rulo on or before
June let After that date aU papers
not paid for In advance will be dis
continued
THE BERALD COMPANY
CITY CIHCULATIOX
the CJty Circulation of The Herald
ma beck leaned to Sir J O McCrack
en Saimprlber who Uo not receive
their papers promptly will confer
e favor If they nuike complaint to
Tie Ucmld counting room
AU chechU tor city subscription
boold be made payable to
J O MCKACKES
City Circulator
TOWN TALE
The mayor has signed the ordinance
providing for an increase in the police
force
The Politic club will give an oratorical
and debating contest fn the Y MC A I
parlors on Friday evening next
The normal class In KitchenGarden I
will begin Us study Monday afternoon 1
July 12 at 230 oclock at St Marks
I school building
Marriage licenses were yesterday Is
sued to Charles L Johnson of this city
I and Elizabeth Vet of Mona Frank
Cameron of this city and Sadie Wilkin
son of Cedar City
The funeral of the late Mrs J R Wal
ker will take place at 3 p m today ut
the family residence corner of Main and
Fourth South streets The interment wU
b at 1 Olive
The Salt Lake bank clearIns yester
day amounted to 252314 as against 167922
for the corresponding day of last year
The clearings for the week were 1510965
against a135001 for the corresponding
week of 1H5
The funeral of the late Carroll T
OMeara will take place from St Marys
cathedral Monday morning at 10 oclock
Mr M J O led 1 ua w
censed who has been absent In New
York for tome time will arrive home this
afternoon over the Union Pacific
The weekly report of the health de
partment shows Births male 1 females
9 total 20 deaths male 9 females 10
bodies received for interment 3 quarantine
reeve
tine flags oursanding soulot fever 2
cipnilheria 2 infectious diseases reported
t plod fever 3 i Milk tests Z
The member of the high council of the
EJik Luke slakr of Zion are requested t
convene at the residence of our deceased
brother Theodore McKenn No 173 North I
Fuunfh West street on Sunday the lltli
instt ut 1130 a m sharp t take part in
the funeral ceremonies at ttnut time By
request of the presidency of the stake
Pe poljce have not C succeeded in
running down the Jetperado who on Fri
day night held up Tom Durktn tie bar
keeper at the Board of Trade saloon and
made him give up the contents of the till
3I > lit is no g benievod however that the
robber hus been able to e out of town
as nil avenue of escape have been bard
ed and the ofiicers expect to capture
him
himThe
The local lodges of the Knishts of
Pythias have made arrangements for a
complimentary reception t William I
Bryan who i a member of the order
The reception will take place at the K
of P hall on Saturday evening July 1
at the Pythian castle hal In the Union
block opposite the Walker House An
address of welcome will be del ced by
some prominent Pythian and other short
speeches will be made and the remainder
of the evening will be spent in handshak
ing and sociability
Abstracts furnished titles insured
and interest paid on deposits by Utah
Title Insurance and Trust company
lOG Main stree
ij i
Utah Commercial and Savings Bank
General banking business pays 5 per
cent on deosits F Armstrong pres
P W Madsen viceprcs J E Jen
nings cashier 24 E 1st South streets
Titan Coal
Castle Gate lump 400 nut 4375
Winter Quarters lump 375 nut
375
375No extra haul charge within a rea
sonable distance P C COAL CO
D J Sharp agent Telephone 429 73
South Main Street
Beautiful MaIne EllIott hlglv In
dorses Madame Vantines Skin Food
Druggists
el
See ad of Coop Wagon and Machine
Co in column 7 this page
G Q
Lagoon Lagoon Lagoon
A musical treat at Lagoon on Sun
day afternoon by Mrs Ada Rich Col
lect and Miss Bessie Edmunds
Grand balloon ascension and parachute
chute drop by Professor Wayne Abbott
Trains every hour beginning at 140
p m Round trip including admis
sion 25 cens
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BRIGHTONS OPENING
Brightons hotel Silver Lake will be
open for business June 25 Stage leaves
Cullen hotel dally at S a m ROte
from Park City also open Excellent
table and firsclass service Terms
reasonable For all particulars ad
dress D H Brigton proprietor city
P O box 1020 Rates 150 per day
Booth Lee Gray lawyers e removed
I offices to fifth floor Auerbach block
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Attention Battalion
Members af the Mormon Battalion
will reuse report in Writing to me at
once Ieae Utah Jubilee in order
tihtit hey may he located in the procession
cession on July 2tth Bristaam
Young DirectorGeneral 51 West First
South
ro
Lagoon Lagoon Lagoon
A musical treat at Lagoon on Sun
day afternoon bv Mrs Ada Rich Col
lett and Miss Bessie Edmunds
Grand balloon ascension and para
chute drop by Professor Wayne Abbott
Trains every hour beginning at 140
p m Round trip including admis
sion 25 cents
Madame Vantines Skin Food re
moves all Imperfections of the skin
Druggists
r
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Merchant Slants Attention
All merchants who intend being rep
TfSpntr In the Jubilee parades are r
quested to notify the undersigned im
mediately NAT 11 BRIGHAM
Grand Marshal
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Ask for Tula Lake chewing gum
orange flavor is extra fine
I < J O
Notice to the Public
I am now prepared to fill all orders l
for Wasatka Mineral Water in any
quantity desired Orders should he I
telephoned to my office at the Salt Lake
City Soda Water company telephone I
TNo 155
W J McINTYRE Receiver I
Wasatka Mineral Springs Co I
Periodical tickets taken for retail
trade at the Palace meat market 265
South Main
I G
Admission Free
Band concert at Calder park today
Admission free
I
Madame Vantines Skin Food makes
the skin healthful and beautiful Drug
gists
Largest Assortment of White Para
sols
tn the city for Oc 145 175 2 and
cl
V275 plain or trImmed
F AUERBACH BRO
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SOME LIVING PIONEERS
Charles Decker was born at Phelps Ontario county ret York itune 2l 1
Carles parents were the late Isaac Decker and Harriet Wheeler Decker
He arrived in Salt Lake City October 2 1847 having In charge President
Youngs farming utensils and the like
I Youngs men in the west have had a more varied experience than Mr Decker
In 1851 he and the late Feramorz Little and the late Bphralm Hanks sublet
the contract to carry the mal from Laramie to Salt Like City from Colonel
Sam VVoodson now car Atchison Kansas Little and Hank went down In
July 1831 to perfect all arrangements such as providing stock and the like
being 8000 for the year
The contract called for a trip a month the price O i
Mr Decker made the second trip In September He was accompanied by
Alfred Higgins With ticm went Dr Bernhisel the first delegate to con
gress from Utah On Box Elder creek five miles beyond Deer creek and
30 miles below the crossing of the North Platte they had trouble with the
Crow Indians Their lead mules were lassoed and they were taken to a
bend of the creek where the Indians began helping themselves to whatever
they liked While this operation was going on some squaws on the lookout
saw a party of emigrants In the distance and the Indians supposing Mr
Decker belonged to it ceased their plundering and made off
In 1S52 Mr Decker had an exciting experience with Big Robbers band
of Indians There had been smallpox among them and many had died Their
bodies were all placed In a heap and covered with brush and timber Until
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CHARLES DECKEK
r made a good sized pyramid This was but a temporary arrangement as
the Indians had gone off to get some cloths and other things with which to
perform funeral rites While they were away a Frenchman by the name of
Rucheaux with a party passed by and as the stench was something awful
he set fire to the pyramid and burned the bodies up A few days after ihc
Indians returned and saw what had been done They were frienzied with
grief and rage Mr Decker was the first white man to pass after the burn
ing of the bodies and the Indians singled him out to wreak their revenge
upon As they came along he saw there was trouble for him and he put
his team on the dead run The Indians were fast gaining on him as he made
the brow of a small hill A short distance beyond he espied a white mans
camp and made for i for dear life I chanced to be Kit Carsons who was
driving a band of sheep to California lie was accompanied by five white
men and 15 greasers to use Mr Deckers own words Carson stopped the
leader of the hand with a bullet This Incident occurred close to where Mr
Decker had had trouble the year before
Owing to this and some other troubles Mr Decker asked Lieutenant
Grattan who was stationed at Laramie to furnish him an escort of
soldiers until he had passed through the hostile Indian country The lieuten
ant informed himthat if he were afraid to travel the plains he had better
go home and stay with the women folks Mr Decker replied that he was no
more afraid to travel the plains than most men but he thought the gov
ernment mail should be protected He got no escort On his return trip he
learned that Lieutenant Grattan and 27 soldiers had been killed at Mc
Closkys station some eight miles below Laramie and by the same band of
Indians for protection against whom Mr Decker had asked an escort
These are samples of the experiences Mr Decker had while carrying the
mail During one trip in the winter he was six days making 23 miles
Mr Decker was well acquainted with Old Smoke who figures so
prominently in Parkmans Oregon Trai He says he was a fine old fellow
that most of his girls married white men but that the old chief was not held
In the highest esteem by the Indians because he believed in working after the
manner of the white man
He gives a graphic account of the killing of a big mountaineer known as
the Lion cf the Mountains The Lion was a man who stood about six feet
seven inches high and weighed some 220 pounds and was nothing but bone
and muscle
Mr Decker and the late Joseph A Young were going east and when they
reached old Fort Bridger they went up to Simmineauxs Hole about two
miles away In one corner of the room were seated the Lion Louis
Tumley a Frenchmanandnthennountnineers V playing cards Louis dis
covered the Lion nigging cards from his great broadbrimmed hat and up
braided him for it saying there was no need for him to steal cards as he
was a better player than he Louis This angered the Lion and with a
terrible oath he demanded if l he accused him of stealing cards and cheating
Louis replied that he didnt know what he called it in English but that was
what he meant With that the Lion jumped and struck him knocking him
down He then jumped on him and kept beating Louis in the face the
latter doing what he could to avoid the blows Mr Decker and Joseph A
Young were lying in the bunk watching the melee Louis has got his arm
under him and cantmove remarked Joseph A Younsr Hardly had the re
mark I En 2e when Louis slow withdrew is arm and In his hand was his
hunting knife which he plunged into the Lion up ta the hilt some four
or five inches below the heart X the Lion rose Louis ripped him clean
across the abdomen completely dlsembowling him He got up walked to a
bunk and lay down Calling to the mountaineers he said I I have a
friend here follow that Frenchman and kill him He died about
3 oclock in the morning All this terrible tragedy occurred about 030 in the
evening there being no other light in the roomthan that furnished JJ yTht
glare from the fireplace Louis was never caught though Sir Decker and
Mr Young saw him near Laramie on that same trip
Mr Decker crossed the mountains between here and JJaramie 53 times
He brought the first steam saw and plaining mill to Utah in 16Ci or 65 John
D Houtz of Ogden freighting it at l2t cents pound
Mr Decker lives in this Qity and is hale and hearty and says he wouldnt
mind crossing the mountains to Laramie again just for the pleasure of the
trip Few men are better or more widely known in the west than Charles
Decker
WYOMING TERROk C
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NOTORIOUS BAND OF OUTLAWS
COME TO GRIEF
GRIFr
HoleintheWall Gang Has Driven
Out Stockmen Committed Mur
ders and Terrorized Johnson
County
I
Cheyenne Wyo July 9Tne band of
iioldus which came to grief in at
tempting to rob the Belle Fourche
bank las week has been identified as
the HoleintheWall outfit which has
terrorized Central and Northern Wyo I
ming for over a year The Holeinthe
Wa > U sans consists of about a dozen
desperate characters wIno have made I
their rendezvous in an isolated loca
tion in the Red Val country Johnson
county known as the HolelntheWall
Cattle stealing has been the chief oc
cupation of the band of outlaws al
though they have not scrupled at steal
Ing horses saddles guns camp outfits
or any i > ros > erty easily carried away
Several murders are attributed to them I
murer
the latest beIng that of William Dean
deputy serif of Johnson county who
was ambushed and killed early in May 1
by six of the outlaws headed by their I
leader George Currie near Mayoworth I
tjostofthe
George Curries chief lieutenant has
been Tom ODay captured In the at I
tempt to rob the Belle Fourche bank
teI ro
and now In jail Deadwood OlDay
used to work for the big cow outfits in
Wyoming and was considered a happy I
golucky merry light hearted honest
Irish boy In a recent talk with a for I
mer friend he said he was arranging to
leave the country as he knew the life I
he was leading would eventually send
him to the penitentiary or the scaffold I
By some of his friends his story was
believed but others thought it merely I
n bluff I I
Five others of the sang are Al and I
Bob Smith and tie three Roberts I
brothers all of whom harp been well
known characters on the Wyoming
cattle ranges and always considered
respectable men until they joined the
rustlers Of these five men three Al
Smith and two of the Roberts broth
ers were surrounded by a South Da
kota posse Wednesday near New Castle
and captured
These men also sent word to their
wor
friends that they were preparing to
leave the country but in the face of
this iJt is known that within the past
month they have been Implicated in a
plot 16 ambush and kill Bob Devine
foreman of the C Y outfit of Carey
Brcs for whom the HolelntheWall
gang have a special hatred Devine was
notified of the ambush and escaped
death by taking another route from
the one Intended
The entire country between Casper
ned Buffalo has been under the control
to a certain extent of the outlaws
Freighters hauling supplies to the
sheep camps report that horsemen con
tinually watched them from the hill
tops along the roads and when an ef
fort was made to learn the Identity of
the riders the watchers skulked off Into
the mountains No stranger could pass
through the country without beincf
stepped and made to give a satisfactory
gve
account to the gang of his presence In
the county
Stockmen in the country infested by
the outCaws have In several Instances
been forced to leave the country on
account of the constant theft of horses
and cattle by the outfit whose thefts
were made with astonishing boldness
The big herds of the Western Union
Beef company have been moved out of
the country mainly on account of their
depredations Last summer George
Currie and the Robsrts brothers rode
to the stock ranch of E W Whltcomb
I on the Belle Fourche and took away
with them a stallion valued at 500 I
has been Useless to attempt prosecu
I tion as witnesses would be afraid to
testify and jurors afraid to convict on
account of the fear of vengeance bv
I the remaining I members of the gao
The only stand against the depredation
has been made by the C Y outfit Bob
I Devine the foreman of the company
took a force of armed cowboys out last
spring and rounded up the Holeinthe
Val country and recovered several
hundred head a cattle which had been
I corralled by the outlaws and were be
nn9 held until the brands could be
4
I blotched before shipping The ouilaWB
have deter for Deving for this
raid ana have frequently threatened to
kill hihi for it
The cpture of Obay the Roberts
brothers and Al Smith i haled with
dUslit by the stockmen and ranchmen
of Central ami Northern Wyomtag as
it Is bfrlleved to be the final Wind u
of the Hc4elnthfeWAlt gang one of
the boldest organizations gng outlaws
that ever Infested the border
CALLED q HOflE
Mrs T S it Cobb
Athens Ga July 10rs T R R
Cobb died at her home here today
aged 76 Her illness had been protracted
and her death was not unexpected
Mrs Cobb was the widow of the
youngest brother of Howell Cobb the
statevTon TJO was a brljradter gen
eral In the ConfederatE army and wits
killed while fighting behind the famous
Stonewall of Frtdericksburg Decem
ber 13 1SC2 One of Mrs Cobbs
daughters Is the wife of Secretary
Hoke SmIth
Andrew 13 Smith
Chicago JuV Id Andrew B Smith
the promoter of the Universal Gas com
pany of Chicago and who also flgllfed
in securing the famous Bacon com
pressed 11 ordinance Is dead after an
illnesS of three weeks He was better
knowii in New York and Philadelphia
as BOny Back Smythe and was one of
thp most widely known gas promoter
in the country He was instrumental
in building some of the largest plants
in the world
WILL WORK ON
THE LORDS DAY
Conferees on the Tariff Disposed
1 to Rush Things
MKINLhY ADVISES
SOME LATITUDE
DEMOCRATS MAY BE CALLED IN
ON TUESDAY
Democratic Conferees Say Whether
They Will Demand Much Time in
Committee When Called in Will
Depend Upon What Is Done With
the Senate Amendments Suggest
ed by Democrats
Washington July 10The conferees on
the tariff bill suspended their labors long
I enough to attend the funeral of the late
Senator Harris of Tennessee but re
solved before they dispersedfor this pur
pose to reassemble Immediately after
the conclusion of the obsequies and con
tinue their work not only tdnight but all
day tomorrow
The decision to sit on Sunday was not
reached without some hesitation but that
was derided upon as necessary to expe
dite the reporting of tVje bill
AVhile the major portion of the time of
the conference so far has been Given to
senate amendments over which there Is
comparatively little dispute there has
been more or less discussion of some of
the more difficult problems and me of
these Is the form of the reciprocity pro
vision of the bill The advice of the
president has been sought upon this ques
tion and I is understtod that he has expressed
ton
I pressed himself as favoring a policy al
lowing considerable latitude and based
upon liberal principles tthe senate repre
sentatives accept this Intlmaton as ta
I vorable to their substitute for the house
provision as the house paragraph Is re
stricted to certain article while theirs
I is made capable of covering the entire
Held of foreign commerce allowing a dis
count of 20 per cen permitting an in
crease of the free list and delegating au
thority to assure foreign countries that
any article covered would be retained In
the free list five years The house mem
bers have not however signified their
acceptance of this view1
Of the senate amendments passed upon
the house of representatives have con
ceded about threefourths This course
they find necessary because of the tact
that the bill was considered so much
more deliberately by the senate than by
the house They say the house itself
would have made many amendments I
more time had been given
The conferees expressed confidence to
day in beinG able to call in the Demo
cratic members by Tuesday next They
stated that they were succeeding better
than they had hoped In settling their dif
ferences I
The DemocratIc members of the con
ferences say that whether they will dt
inind much time in committee when
called In will depend upon what the Re
publicans do with the amendments made
In the senate upon the suggestion or
Democrats 1 they find these to have
been abandoned they will ask for ex
planations
I PENSION AGENCIES I
McKinley Will Undo the Work Done
by Cleveland
Washington July 10The order Presi
dent Cleveland Issued last February re
ducing the number of pension agencies in I
the United States from IS to y will be
revoked by President McKinley probably I
next week As the original order was I
not to ro into effect until Sept 1 nert
the only I effect of the revocation will I be Ito I i
to continue In force the present arrange I
ment allowing all of theagencies to re I
main in operation T
avvv UL un ir 01155 iS SlOW
out of town but he has conferred with
the sretident over the matter as has
also Commissioner of Pensions Evans
and H was some time ago decided that
It would be unwise to permit the change
of system to go Into effect and that for
the present however much some row
scheme might be needed the plan for the
best Interests of the service was to con
tinue the existing system The proposed
consolidation was to be effected by pav
ing at New York the pensions heretofore
paid at Buffalo those at Detroit from In
dianapolis those at Milwaukee from Chi
cago those at Des Moines and Topeka
from St Louis
SILVER CAMP MEETING
Unique Feature of the Campaign In
the Buckeye State
Special to The Herald
Springfield 0 July 10A big silver
camp meeting is to be held here Sep
tember 15 to 21 under the ausnices of
the American Bimetallic union at
which among many others exSenator
Dubois of Idaho Congressman Hart
man of Montana Hon W J Brvan
and perhaps Senator Cannon of Utah
will be present as speakers
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An Idaho Appointment
Special to The Herald
Boise July 10The Soldiers Home
board today appointed Charles A
Clark of Boise superintendent of the
Idaho Soldiers Home vice J A Mc
Glnty resigned
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OSTICH FAM
Now Open 9n Main Street Between
first and Second South
A herd of gigantic ostriches weigh
ing 300 to 500 pounds each standing
InS feet high with all their beautiful
feathers and gorgeous plumes Also
baby ostriches only a few days old
ostrich eggs etc Tomorrow Monday
will be ladles day Each lady attend
ng will be presented with a souvenir
ostrich feather free Admission only
10 cents Open 0 a m until 10 p m
daily Tuesday will be childrens day
when men and boys will ride the os
triches great and glorious fun
Calders Park
Band concert at Calders park today
Admission free
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JUBILEES WON A GAME
Acbeved a Victory Over the Og
den learn 1 Yesterday
BY A SCORE OF EEEVSir TO
THEE
Charley Staaion and All of His Ju
bilee Giants Are Now Jubilating
It Was a Good Game
Alkali dust filled the air at Becks
but It did not
Hot Springs yesterday
make the Jubilee nine so hoarse that I
they were unable to shout the paeans
ot victory at the end of the game I
was the first time In several weeks
that the Jubilees have had a chance
to jubilate and yesterday when they
defeated the Ogdenites on a score of 1
to Z they made the best of their oppor
tunity And they were entitled to sing
praise for thsy played steady strong
and emphatic baseball
The Jubilees Jubilated and Jubilated
and they minded not their besmirched
faces nor the alkali dust They went
I to Becks to annihilate the Ogdenlte
athletes and they succeeded in a way
that made wide VIsalia smiles illumin
ate their faces Henceforward the Ju
bilees wKl b known as the nine ttat
once defeated the Browns and who
paralyzed and demolished the Ogden
parlzcd thev can now pulverize and
churn the air even as the atmosphere
will be churned and pulverized during
the Jubilee celebration
That dark look of agony has pone
from the face of Charley Stanton ap
parently forever Johnny Spencer and
the rest of the Jubilee enthusiasts are
smiling wide sunlit smiles All base
ball enthusiasts in Zion are sounding
the clarion which betokens victory
I was hilarious baseball and none
of the very small audience In the grand
stand grew aweary until the game was
over The Ogden men came down suf
fused with the flush of triumph but
after they had ineffectually hammered
at some of McFarlanes curves their
looks became dark like the ways of
the heathen Chinee The visitors at
tempted every possible ruse to over
come the adversary but I was of no
avail They put a new pitcher Hig
son who erstwhile was with the Park
Ites in the box but no improvement
was apparent and the bal went slid
ing and gliding more tremendously
even than when Emmett was doing the
duties of twirler I was clean cut
cameolike overthrow for the men from
the Junction City
Errors were not as numerous as they
have been erstwhile and the small
gathering that patched the lower part
Sathering I
of the grand stand did not have any
opportunity for the hurling of fecetlous
jibes about the players Only saven er
rors were registered against the visit
I ors and the total number of misplays
on the part of the jubilators was nine
And McFarlane who gracefully
swung the sphere from the box for the
Jubilee did wonders Only five men
manipulated hits from his swirling
twirling balls and five men were struck
out by reason of his beautiful pitch
ing Taylor the expected won
der who was to have occupied
the box for the Jubilees did
not appear and MeFarlanes steady
and clever work made It impossible for
The fact
anyone to be disappointed
is the ball throwing on both sides was
almost beyond criticism and the num
ber of hits was at a low ebb Five
were taken from the doughty McFar
lane and 11 from Emmett and Higson
who alternated In the box for the Og
denltes
denIes Ogdens looked jaunty in their
green suits when Umpire Busby called
time and they went to the bat They
tme not start off very auspiciously
Ferguson gathered up the stick and
after pounding the air with fearful
emphasis thre times laid it down
again Bleucher did very little better
for he perished gracefully on first af
ter a small hit Greenwald succeeded
in lifting the ball for a twobaser but
Raymond died an ignominious death
on a foul fly and the Ogdenites were
retired without scoring
retred Jubilees faired very much better I
Higson juggled with Wilsons first fly
Hirson
and the Jubilee ran with slow and
awkward tread to first Then I was i
that Matthews got a hot and swift
ball on the forearm and very soon
afterwards he retired from the game
and was succeeded by Alien Three
men got to the bags and when Seare
reared a fly which was missed by the
first baseman Wilson came in A
safe hit by Miller brought in Matthews
and Ostler ller thereupon a fly by I
KIdder did the work and the Jubilees I
retired from the bat I
retred I
The tenor o the first two innings
was a good prophecy of what was to
follow The Jubilees made repeated j
runs and the Ogdenites were only able
to bring in a spasmodic man at long
intervals
Seare in tne aosence 01 ivnicKer
bocker went behind the bat for the
Jubilees but soon after the Omaha 1
man arrived and Scare went to center
field and Barker disappeared from the
game
Two pretty double plays were made
by the Jubilees Both of them were
handled between McFarlane in the
box and Andrews at second base and
Wilson at first These were the only
Wison
spectacular efforts of the game
The score
1234 56789
Jubilees 31100024 1
Ogden ubiees 001000020
The U S Govt Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others
c r
CUT HATES EAr
via
Union Paciflv System
On Juy 1 to 19 Inclusive hnd on
July 21 24 2S 31 and Aug 4 7 and 11
the Union Pacific announces the fol
lowing very low rates
To Denver 1
To Kansas City Omaha Sioux City
etc 1550
To Fort Worth Texas 1950
To St Louis 2023
To Chicago 2250
Consult your own interest and use
the line which offers several hours
quickest time the finest equipment
consisting of Pullman palace and tour
ist sleeping cars dining cars buffet
smoking and library cars and free re
clining chair cars with no change be
I cInlng c3rs
tween Salt Lake City ana the Mis
I souri river or Chicago Call at ticket I
office No 201 Main street for full par
ticulars
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Ladies Misses Bathing Suits 195
In all wool jersey cloth were 5 and
6 to close we offer them for 195 each
F AUERBACH BRO
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The Only Free Besort
Band concert at Calders park today
Admission free
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A large and appreciative audience
filled Aladdins Cave last evening and
were delighted with the many wonders
found therein Pottles Baby in Illus
trated songs Miss Goodrich In her I
wonderful dance creations and Lane
and Lore musical specialties proved
especially interesting to the ladles and
children The projectoscope gave a
realistic presentation of the Corbett
Fitzsimmons fight and the vivlescope
materially assisted In other animated
scenes The Fort Douglas military
band Is one of the delightful perma
nent features of this justly popular
resort Admission to all parts of the
house 10 cents
1 P
DIED
OMEARA this city July 7 LiT Car
roll T OMeara a native of lUlnoia
aged 4 years
The funeral will be held Monday morn
ing July l at 930 from the family residence
dence No 232 Heat South
de Ds Temple street j
thence to St Marys cathedral where a
solemn requiem moss will be celebrated
commencing at 10 oclock n Rev Bishop
Scanlon officiating Friends respectfully
Invited
Interment at t Olivet cemetery
WANTED J I I
BUSINESS WOMAN about 40 foe good I
position Room 40 Mercantile block
A GOOD girl for cooking washing and I
Ironing Mrs Louise Beck S First street
EVERYBODY TO KNOW about Colo
rado Beach
TWO EXPERIENCED specialty sales
men for western territory References
required Good commissions paid New
England Jewelry Co Iowa City Iowa
I
SALESMEN Luminous Signs Name
PAvtes Street Numbers Readable Darkest
Nights Samples Free Thomas Co
Entrfewood II
A GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
Apply at A G McDonalds candy fac
tor 6 Main street
THE PHOENIX INSURANCE C has
been supplanted in my office by the Royal
Exctonge which company commenced I
business In 1720 and now has total assets
of over twentytwo million dbllars I al
ways look to the Interest of my patrons
after the fire and irve the same my per I
sonal attentloin You will find my record
of paying losses honorable and just In i
every Instance and I respectfully solicit
a continuance and a shure of your basi
ness biock Al H Ensign fire Insurance Atlas
YOUNG GIRL to do light housework
good home Inquire 413 South Main
LESSONS GIVEN in architectural or
freehund drawing Monday Wednesday
and Friday evening 5 per term of eight
week Naylor block WT Sunder
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN to learn
retouching and air brush work Apply
rooms 13 and 13 236 South Matn street
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED
houses of all descriptions Hadra Lett
13 Main street
HIGH GRADE WOMAN ot good church
standing willing to learn our business
then to act as manager and corespondent
here salary s Enclose selfaddressed
stamped envelope to A T Elder carts
Herald
SECONDHAND furniture pianos or
gans and sewing machines before Ou sell
pet our bids I X L SecondHand store
4 East Second South street Telephone
44S P A Sorensen
HIGH GRADE MAN of good church
izndlng willing to learn our business
then to act as manager and correspondent
here salary JOOO Enclose selfaddressed
stamped Herald enveloae to A T Elder care
FOR RENT
STORE ROOMS Holmes property State
and Second South streets Apply to G S
Holmes
AUGUST 15 113 Fifth Est street an
eight roomed house bathroom cellar
closets etc Apply on the premises
Furnished
TEN ROOM modern residence on First
I street Also ten room modern residence
on Seventh South Hadna Lett 120
Main street
PRIVATE BOARD AND ROOMS at the
Pleasanton Kendall square just oft Vet
Temple two blocks south of P O
Q HOUSES OnnTUTTLE BROS
U J PRICES LOCATIONS 5gg 1CU Main ST
PERSONAL
NOTHIIJG TO EQUAL Wilsons pun
ce cream
THE LEAGUE BICYCLE Is all right
All that have tried It will tell you all
about It High grade Sf0 BeverldKe
Parker Rotblns SCO Main street
I
WILSONS fine candies made fresh
every day are uneqt ale <
Spiritualistic
IR 1 A POTTINGER will lecture
this Sunday evening in A O U W hall
Gladstone building 12 South Main street
Ofllce same building hour 1 to 3 room A thrd floor
V A DIES i Chlcfesters Eignsfi Pennyroyal Pill
1i DiiMiid Un are the Best klr RraKt
TOS DO OUrr fr n < t 4c tuini lo pirtlccl lltlnt
for Laaiei in ttTOK by Return MOl At LmwisU
CMcbcster Chemical Co IbllnU Ia
WEAK EYES require glasses and
there are no exceptions reto the rule If
your eyes are weak or the sight Is defec
tive Ir any way and you are not wearing
glasses you are playing with danger
I You cant be too careful In havIng your
eyes examined and fitted A small mis
take may mean eternal darkness What
I we do we do right No charge for ex
I amination ALEX 1 WYATT
I Optician and Jeweler 112 Main street
STEAMHEATING I I
THE DAVID JAMES CO steam ana
i tot water neauns No 6 Main street
i
I WARMING t VENTILATING
P J UOR AN STEAl AND HO I
water beating and ventilating paratua
Uu 7J Vet Second South
MINES AND MINING STOCKS
Mines and mining tock Reliable Infor i
mation furnished correspondence solicit
ed W E Hubbara i Co 2045 Progres
building I
LOST
I
LADYS GOLD WATCH and chain
double case letter M engraved on back
Finder will be liberally rewarded at
Joslln Parks
STRAYED
FROM 567 THIRD EAST black Jersey
cow had halter on one broken horn
blind ward In one eye Return and receive re
FOR SALE OR TRADE
THREE ACRES FINE LAND close to
city will sell at a bargain or trade for
ciy
house and lt In city W E Hubbard i
Co 1015 Progress building
I I
FOUND
ONE MARE branded 71 on shoulder
and tSIsh also one bay horse star on
forehead no brands Apply to R Har
mon Fourteenth South and Fourth Vet
SOCIETIES
MKEAX POST will hold a regular
meeting on Monday evening at S clock
in their hall No a Vest Second South
street Visiting comrades are welcomed
H C Wallace commander P M Bishop
adjutant
JiT aiORlAlt LODGE NO L A 1 and
A J Regular commUuicaUona hell at Ida
BOPIC ball the Second Monday of each
month Members of sister lodges and
eojuornlnp brethren in good standing ar
cordially Invited to attend
Invie O BYWATER iv M
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Secretary
PLUMBING AND TIN WORK
THE DAVID JAMES CO plumbing and
ere w rl Ko S7 Main street
MARK SPENCER 64 Richards street
All Kinds of tin and sheet iron work
FOR SALE
EDISON MIMEOGRAPHS and supplies
Pembroke Stat Co 54 W Se So 8t
Club bicycles J 1S97 aUerO
Columbia bteyctei 1S06 pattern 60CC
Hartford bicycles 1S97 pattern 500ft
EFFECTIVE from July 1 bEll by order
of the Pope Manufacturing company
cmpn
only exclusive manufacturers of hlghi
grade wheels In the world
We always lead In price and quality
Cooperative Wagon and Machine Co
George T Odell General Manager
A 7ROOM MODERN FRAME nearly
new south front on Fri strew 100
down Ski p month Price ROOO cheaper
ttiUn renting
SxlS rods Eighth South and Sixth Yes
only I J450 s
160 acre homestead rcUnquIshmcnt in
Utah county goes house partly Im
proved fenced etc fine land O Th t
chance of a lifetime
Tuttle Bros ICO Main street
PROPERTY IS CHEAPER than ever
before and STP have great bargains listed
Sea us Hudm Let 13 Mhln street
IMPROVED LANDS In all parts or
the valley south of Salt Lake City also
city property R Jenson and J I
Wnalon Hooper block
FURNITURE carpets stoves piano
and sewing machines on easy payments
I X L SecondHand store 4S Sast Sec
ond South street Telephone 44S P A
Sorsensen
FINE NEW upright piano for wile <
cheap half cash half time Box Jl tbis
office
TOADIES FIr stationery Pembroke
Stat Co 54 W 2d South Phone 179
COLUMBUS BICYCLES Standard of
the World are sold only by the Salt
Lake Cycle company I Main street
We have reduced the price to J50 for new
97 models Exclusive agents for Utah
16 HOUSES all prices kinds and loca
tions Tuttle Bros 16 Main street
A NEW ucrisht piano owner leaving
special bargain for a cash
the city a specal baraIn a cah
buyer Address box F Herald
ONE SMALL SODA WATER FOUN
lain In gool order Inquire at Hewlett
Bros Co 744 State street
SPRING CHICKENS spring ducks
company squabs and turkeys at the Utah Poultry
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY
lllller VIele 401 McCorntck Block
IIE3EK J GRANT CO 20 MaIn
street have eastern money to loan at loW
street rtes three to five years on Salt Lake
residence property close In
AT 6 per cent Interest on improved cItY
property Wicks 75 State
MGURRIN CO 3 West Second
South have money to lend at low rates
Privilege of part payment at any time
ON IMPROVED property Harris
Wilson 15 West Second South
ON MORTGAGES No delayno com
mission no attorneys fee no trust dped
Russel L Tracy 49 Commercial block
ON CIT or farm property notes In
surance policies etc notes mortgages
bought South Elmer Darling 9 West Second
MISCELLANEOUS
SMOKE the Utonlan None better
ORDER your ice cream at Wilsons
JOHN E WESLEY Herbalist Office 223
East Sixth South street city
WILSONS homemade bread at 4 East
First South street
EQUALS ANY 10cent cigar The Plo
neerB Dream
I
SCHLITZ MALT EXTRACT a food a
I tonic S2CO a dozen The Kentucky
Liquor Co 13 E Second South agents
I
THE PIONEERS DREAM Best 5cent
cigar
I
A DELICIOUS SMOKE The Utonlan
I cigar
STORAGECheapest and best at the
I I X L 4S East Second South street
Telephone 441 P A Sorensen
i
THE MOST WONDERFUL
lIS m is the eye The musMf
I par
of tie e E arc uteil more tlnn vy
11 muscle of the body From the
I moment you wake in the morning till
you go to sleep your I e arc at work
and unless they are in perfect conli
tton there will be a continual strain
I on the
GSisses properly fitted will overcome
all strain We thoroughly understand
the fitting of glasses and muke no
gu
I mistakes
mistakesALEX J WYATT
Jeweler and Optician
Jewet Otcan
I 172 Main street SuIt Lake City
Umbrellas and Parasols
Covered and repaired M Meyer itt East
I First South east of City hal
The Japanese Bamboo Company
I ARTISTIC bamboo furniture made to
order Chair bottoms made In rattan
I All work guaranteed first class and at
low prices 2 Commercial street
I S Opera Candy Kitchen
Bon bons caramels and chocolates fresh
manufactured even day absolute purItY
of material used guaranteed Try our
goods ana you war use iiuue uiuer VC
give good values for your money Family J
trade te Best Donelson S3 East
Second South street
WXBEB CIOAi COMA
The Weber Coal company offer for
sale cheap the coal sheds platforms
te
warehouse stable scale shed containing
about 70CCO feet of lumber Ten ton plat
form scales and scoop shovels wheel
barrows forks etc also office furniture
two desks chairs small iron safe lamps
etc Two horses wagon with tongue
and shafts double and single harness
shafs coal yard 2 South Third
West
Awnings and Tents
CANVAS GOODS of all descriptions
cheapest and best In town mall orders
promptly attended to boat sails and sail
ors hammocks the only practical sail
maker J A Hamilton 149 State street
Salt Lake City
Patents and Pensions
FITZGERALD attorney OMeara block
Book on patents free no patent no pay
George W Jones
Railroad ticket brokerage 2 Main street
Salt Lake trket and 302 Stu street Ogden
Utah Excursion rates to all points
baggage checked tickets bought sold
and exchanged
Hides ana Wool
Will pay the highest market cash price
for hides and pelts We have arrangements
eastern firm who
ments with a reputable eater fr
will make reasonable advances on wool
Call on us before selling or shipping H
Hnlthusens Mercantile Co corner Third
South and Fifth West P O box 164 Salt
Lake City
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
PROFESSONAL t
ATTORNEYS
Richard C Shepard Allen T Sanford
Rhard SHEPARD SANFORD
AttorneysatLaw
ulte itt to 123 Commercial block
Suite ia i
Suie I 1 Salt Lake City utah
E A WILSON
E Attorneyatmw
Hooper Block Salt Lake City Utah
JOHN H MURPHY
AttorneyatLaw
Rooms 1 32 and S3 Eagle blk Salt Lake
City
MOYLF KANE COSTIGAJf
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 7 to 11 Deseret National bank
building
DICKSON ELLIS c ELLIS
DCKSON AttornoysatLaw
Rooms 512 to G Progress building
DENTISTS
HAPPY HOUR DENTAL CO 45 W
2nd So Appointments by mal solicited j
OPTICIAN
AN EXCLUSIVE OPTICAL store eight 1
y A e54erlClIce V n Rushmer man
ufacturlor optician 4 West Second South
strtet Eyes examined for glasses fre
Ineclal lenses cround to tfr the eye
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