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Proves Himself Greatest Pace PaceFollower Pacefolower PaceFolloWer
4 Follower folower on the Track TrackPEQALS
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Many I bicycle Wce riders have hve made made at attantpt ai aitJU
tantpt tJU some good 8 ami aI others ot bad b at fol folWWl folhb 01 011iig
WWl hb r a motor mt at breakneck brknek speed speedarotwd pee
8 arotwd the ne sttwoer Nr track trek since nee It I was w wa first firstbuilt i
built lt but bt Hardy Hany Downing Dowing Is I the greatest greatesttfC gretet gretetdC
dC them thm all al When It comes cme to following followingtfcft folown folownUa followingthQ <
tfcft Ua sputtering Iten motors mtor at a fast clip clp the theSan thesM theSac
San sM Jose JC rider rder is I I in a a clase cl cl by hlrawlf hlrawlfLast hlmHICLlt htmielLaat
Last Llt night n ht the largest lrgtt crowd rowd for or some sometime a om omtiMe
time tme was simply mpl electrified eletrn at wltnewrfog wltnewrfogthe WttneWehthe
the Cut clip clp s set t by the Californlan as I a ho horode bere herode
rode re rings around artn Samuelson Smuebton and an Stevens Stevensin
in theIr fivemil fv8mll match race raceIt ra raI
It I did not matter mater that Downing Dowuln made madernya a arunaway
runaway rnya d race rc rc of it i for the fact fat that tht ho hewa h j jwaa
was wa pUlq putting up tp pmhaps PhaP p rbaps the greatest ex exhibition oxhlbWon x xhbo ¬
hibition hbo of pct following folv1g ever eve awn In on onthe 00the
the track trk pleased pl the crowd crwd more than if ttA Ifa I Ia
a slower race re and an closer clNr finish fnih had re resulted reIUI resuIted ¬
suIted IUI The T second n mile mie traveled trvele by byDowning byDn byDown1ii
Dn Down1ii Downing was In 127 1 three thre seconds l faster fastertHn futert
thee t wty mile li ever tr ridden rd on the track trackand trackand
and the total t time tm of 7M 7 lowers loyers the track trackrecord trck trckre
record re ow tn un seconds secondsDowning 8fJ
Downing Dwn took tok the lead led at the start atmrtand t tan
and an was never neer headed hde In the second secondmite
mite mil mll he had lapped both bth Samuelson Samuesn and anilStevens andSt
Stevens St and ad lpp did di the tck trick again agin in the thethird thethlrd
third At this thl stage lapor of the rae Tat however howeverlie howeve
lie slowed slwe down but in the te last lst mile mie again againhit agn agnhit againhit
hit out a merry pace paceStavar paceStayer
Stavar Wins Win a a Race RaceEverything 1ce 1ce1vr7LhinK
Everything 1vr7LhinK comes cme to him bnt who waits waitsBaJdy wait
a B BaJdy Staver Stver has ha won WOI a rac For the thepas theJ I
pas J past three thre year e Baldy Bldy Stmver Stvr has ha pa patiently p ¬
tiently tety circled crcle the track trck in every race raceopen rce rceOP
open OP to t the th professionals prorelooal Sometimes SomeUme he hecame heme
came me in next to last but bt as a a rule he was wasworiM ws wsqrH
woriM qrH than that tt Last Lt week we k Baldy Bldy lur lurlr sut sut1H15I ur urprfcHHl
lr prfcHHl everyone eve4nf by getting gettn a 8 second sCnd place placeand placened lacf
and an last t night lt he covered cere himself hlmsel with withglory wih wihglor withglory
glory glor by winning wlnln a a race raceThe rCl
The best bet of it was that there were oth others OUItrs othjtS ¬
ers trs In 1f the r l raee including 11IOln < Downing Dwning Hop Hopper HopStee ¬
per 1 Stevens Stee SteY and an Samueioon Samuel n as 5 well wel MA MAthe
the rest rt of the pro p and hd they the did not fall falleither fal
either Itb It I wa W was a halfmil hlmie handicap handiCp with witha witha L
a a big field fh of starters ltrt and Baldy B1d was wasaway I
away Awy up Ul i in h tie Nt bunch unth at the th start 8tart an anusual I
usual 1 1 HV U J forced foreII his hil way wa to the lead led and andthen Mdthn an I
then and an there thrf made the ride of his 1ts life lifeWhen Ufe11en lifeWhen
When 11en the th big bg bunch made madf the test list turn turntha turnhe turnihe
tha he seedy o dy boys h7f tried trie to get through throulh bul butthrwere bulthlnwfe LL L
thrwere thlnwfe too to many on 01 the track trck with withBldy wlthBld L
Bldy Bld leading leding and kicking kiking his head Itd off offThe oCfThe offI
The crowd crwd rose r on its Il feet fe as 8 ORe fttornon fttornonas p pbrsoliI rlon rlonae I
as they the entered eatre the stretch tetch with Baldy Bald in inthe Inth ir I
the th lead Such a sight sl h bee hA never been beenseen betmM L
seen M on 0 the saucer ucer before and perhaps perhapsnever I I Inever
never will wl again As Bajdy Bdy crossed croStd the thetape thetal th thtCptr t
tape tal a winner 1nn the trainers triners riders rlder and andspectators andAJttOr an anspectators
I spectators AJttOr rushed rub to his side and carried carriedhim crried crried11m
him 11m out cheering ehrln all A1 the way wa to the theti thetall th
tall ti 2 Mining auhi quarters qute It I wa WM a greet ride ridefor rde rdefor rid I
for Baldy Brd and a he got the te greatest grcaet hand handgiven handa han I
given a rider rer this year yenrISmery Yer YerICle
ISmery ICle made his hil first frst appearance ap arncf of the theyear theve I
year ve last a night and an from now on will wi fight fightIt t
It but t with wth Staver Sa r for or the plaudits plaudits of tfht the thecYoiveU th he he4vt t
cYoiveU 4vt Manager SeneXskl Stheskt 1atf stated last luetevening let letTn t
evening Tn that he thought thou ht a 1 match between betweenKmery betwe n nE t
Kmery E and an Stsver Str would be b a good god card cardand cd cdand
and same 8a there thre may be b others othtrs who think tlnk the thesame te te8a th thsame
The Summary Summar
Halfmile Halinh Professional PC MnAI Handicap Handlcp5a Handlcp5aer LandcapSta Sta Staver ¬
ver er alxtyflve IXIfhe yard yarde WMIiams 11 fortyfive fortyfiveyartl fortnea fortyfivyards
yards a Burns Burl seventy 1enty yardU yar yard TSfltvnlng TSfltvnlngwTjiteh flfltvningscratch Cnlng Cnlngtltth
scratch tltth Time TimeM TimeMIlaifmile S8 S8lUlfmtle KHalfmil
lUlfmtle Halfmil Amateur Amatlur Handicap Handicp Final FinalBlwn Plush131am
Blwn BI fortyfive Otve yards Starbuck Strbck fifty fiftyyards t r
yards ar Kllsworth Elwoth sixty IIxt yards ard I Redman Redmanthirtyfive Reman Remanthlrtynve
thirtyfive yards rs Time Tlme TtrneiS M 35 35FtvemHe 15 4
FtvemHe Femi Motorpace otorpcI Match Race RaceHofman RA
Hofman Hofmn Downing Dwing Samueleon Smuel n and Stev Stevens Se SeCD
ens CD Time Tmei5 Tmei5IOLS T1me75 75 75HOLMES
U of U Will Wi Fall Fal in Line Lie With WithOthar WithOther Wit WitOther L
Other Western Wetorn Colleges CollegesIiarvey Coleges ColegesIiarny Collegesh1rvey
Iiarvey Iiarny h1rvey Holmrs I01 mtf director dlrttor of athletics athleticsat atlleUcs atlleUcsA8
at A8 the h state tte university unlvfrty has lI returned retum6 to tothe tothe ti
the city < t l after Are a nix Ix weeks weu outing outng In the themountains theI th thmoisntins tia a
= mountains When seen yesterday t he said saidthe I
the university I would ut be In the afl aflr field this thisyear I
year r with a strong team m In 1 sneaking I IJ of ofthe o C
the now football rule = over which there therei therl e oa a
i so 1 much mth discussion dl1lon throughout the theoast therat tb a acast
rat Holme Hol gives ghf it I as his opinion that thatdie thatthe
the Ilvety university v1J will pi play lNrdlng according to the th thrialsa
1118 rialsa Adt adopted by the clege colleges ot the mid
die d dl I west westThere t tTe
There Te is J1 some Ime talk of these the Institutions Institutionsrefusing Insttutons Insttutonsretung a
refusing retung to adopt the new ne rule allowing alowing
the quarterback qurtrbek to run Ma with wih the ball bl with without without without ¬
out first tn pang png it to another anoter player playerwithin plafr plafrwthln r
within wthln certain ctin prescribed prerlbP limit Jmlt of the theKrWtron thetn tb e egridiron
gridiron tn This Thl rule rle Is not liked lke by b many manyof manyof man manof
of the tb couches ceb in the middle west w t and andthey RndtM an I Ithey
they tM are now tying ln to tf get t the leading leding g
tel teams to throw thrw this section HUon of the rules rulesnut rulf rulenut a ga
nut ou of the te game gme for 101 the coming lmlng year If Ifthey I C Cthey
they do in n all probability probbmt Utah Ut hear teams teamswill tem temNet l lf a awill
will follow f V Vn Vu suit suitNext suitNext u
Next Net Horse Hore Races Race on Labor Lbor Day Dayr Day1i4eter
Ma 1i4eter > riHg r Hal Brown Brwn of the Calders S
track tiek Is Antsy Jy jusy working woking on his programme progrmme SC C
for to the ti races T on Labor Lr day He expects a
to t pull pul off or one on of the lht best bt meetings menp cxpt of the theyear thee th a aaear
year e on that tat date dal This will vm be the next nextmooting nt ntm nex nexmeeUag
mooting m at Cakiers Galfr8 and An probably Jrobbl tbo tlo last lastof lst lstnr lea tt
of C the te year r at that track trck The state stte fair 1 r
people J will wi not have any Iny more races r on ot ii
th their track trk until fair time when they the y
pttofroae I to give 1ve three thrH or four days racing rcln
to Include l the Jf 0 best bt horses h hora in the te state stateIvor stateIver atateIver
Iver Lawson Won WonProvidence WonPrvc WonProvidence
Providence Prvc R R I 1 Aug Aug1sIn 18 In a ch chair cMmPOlp m I
POlp Nottthlp tenmile tfmlr race rte of professional prof8ai rid riders rd rh I ICr ¬
Cr ers 1 at the coliseum clium tonight tontght Frank Frk Kra Kramer Kr L Lmer ¬
mer m was Wa badly bl hurt In a spill sp1 with v1th King Kin KlnAn Kinand
and An John Bedell Bel Ivor Lawson IAw on won Root Rt Re Resecond
second ffood McFarland McFarlad third thir and Fenn fourth 1
Time Tlme25 Time53 2353 13 13BENHAM 13BENHAM l lBENHA
Marital Troubles of Well Vlel Known KnownPrinter KnownPrinter n nPrinter
Printer Have Finally FinallyEnded Finaly FinalyEnded a
Ended EndedSpial Ended5pecIaI I ISpecial
Special Spial to the theHerald theHeraldSan Heral HeraMO HeraMOSan
San Sn lc Francisco Cal Cat Aug IS 1SGeor George e
B BcnlNun Bh a printer prlnttr who Wo is president presidentof predenl predenlot it itof
of the San S Frnc Francisco o Labor Lbr Council Councilh Counci I Ihas
I has h b b ben n granted nte H divorce dtvol from Ma Marie Ila Ilare L Lile ¬
rie re Benham Bn on o the ground of deser desertion der dertO desettiei ¬
tO tion Benkara Dnln stated 8tte that during duringnearly durng durngnNQ dunn dunnnearly
nearly nNQ ail a H o oC hie J 5 married mrie life ICe hi hl hig wife wifemade wie wil e emde I Im
made m him 1m J nervous MrOUS and miserable itbe by b 7
her thret threats of suicide wieldf In lESS l and ad IStf l lS lSwhtn
whsn th tl thEy y were living Jvtn in Denvei Denveiwh Denvel I Iwhrc
wh Wh1C rc they th I were married mrie ins rrled in 18SS 18 In I p
nil when whn they resided rke In Seattle Sette in I n
l tl J when hn they were wre at Salt sl Lake Lk and andafter andaffr an d dafter
after affr they thtY t ram un to San Sn Francisco Frcis in I a
1 l4 1s4 4 she be told him often oftn that rather rtr r
thin tbn continue contnue to dwell dwel with wlh him she sheweuhi all t twould
Ke Keuld
would uld end tnd her existence exJtench
feh h hS fr frqiiently rKni > nUy went from Ia
l nty away rm corn her hr r
horn after making threats to sut sutctfo
hC anet makc thrt t commit 81 an
ctfo d iec and yij Bcnhstn cmi
f Co Bnhat was WI kept in a < state nte te of
dread dnad until untl she reappeared which
h r re on et
nearly every vtry occasion oco was not until W asi f
q f erl 1 1 TWe wEfke weeks Tk8H0r or mnth months fcd had eMpea4 JP untl < t At Lt
Salt 5t Lake Lke Ih she heaald ad that her htr cornea eal whMki whMkiretnolnmg d
b be found on t the shor shore nC the CrJ Onset W1 5 it
lak lake end Ihe she then Ifrt left him th Gret this tin 5t IC
retnolnmg ntI I hlr away a wy for only five fve days th tMe
Hr H familiar thar threat In thin tlll city cty wan w that thatWhenever tin it
1bf she wuud would tiiIow h1 hrelf hllo the ocie a
at the he CIUt ClLCf iouae iouaeWhnver OIf On
Whenever Whtn r they t ey crossed cr the bay she iii te j
would voul f say ay y that tht It would wOlld be b better btt 1 If she at he te
were erf dead Md and that she 2h intended Int to I
drown drwn herself herl at once onff and would move 4 to I
the th r rAi rail of the boat bOt conveying te the 1m It in inprsision
pflon prK3ion that site ele proposed pro to Jump over ooer r ¬
board b On the tb night of June Junt 26 2 jtml ISOR 1 1S Ben Bn I
ham on n returning rdamnl home home Ht t 12 J oclock k
found COUIt H I note which whch she be bad left ocok to him hll hut
bc lft
In whi whih whib < h she Ihe assured him that tt he would wou i
ar le
never heEr hear from her hr nor nr s so e her bel again gat n
SB sa never rlr returned letlrne to him hi and she did dd 1ln not notrespond 11tffpond ii rt rtrepond
respond ffpond whln nhon summoned sumon to t appear in II the thE U e
dlyoTve dhrp di ru car alf but It Is supposed suppd she 8h Ix 14 still sUI sit Ill
living livingThursday Iing livingconirn G
conirn YoJn of Woodcraft Woocrat at agor tn
e 1 Thursday Jr Y Aug Aug I I tgon tgonJr
Vancouver V ancouver Does Not Want Ta Tacoma Tacoma Tacoma
coma Franchise and andWhatcom andWhatcomRefuses Whatcom WhatcomRefuses WhatcomRefuses
Refuses to Take Helena HelenaWhatcom HelenaWhatcom HelenaWhatcom
Whatcom Wash Aug 18 18The The dlre dlretors dlreetr
tors tr to ns of the te Whatcom Whtcm baseball Ibl club have havei bw bwcI
dded against taking g Ifsienas place in
thL = th e Pact cI cIt Natlosal t Iesue = Prsijent
Lucs L ucas wired sying saying that Whatcom VhKcm woul would e
i sv t tU pt v up jp 509 i cash c forfeit forfeit but need neoionly
Pt nee
only on onde ly take tke we such of Helenas Heenas players as a they thqydirectors the
d de sired AUr Ater consldering his proposition
tb th thdi e re tlown fellowing reply cnnn WI was ted tred hi him prplUon Our
directors dIretr di rectors decide deide that tht owing to the late latonose lattn latem I
nose n m of the season S8n and no opportunity opprtunty to tobreak tob
break b br eak k even we are not justified justlle in tak taking
ing I lu g the Ue Helena Helen franchise franchiseTacoma rnchl8 rnchl8Tacna
Tacoma Tacna Wash Wah Aug IS iLIt i It ia settled settledthat tle
that Vancouver VancouverLoueks 1hat VancouverLouou th V ancouver at the Taeoms Tacm Tigers e will wJ not not go to toVancouver toVancouver
Loueks has h signed asned with wih Spokane Spkhe Byers Byerswill BersvJjO
will vJjO w ilt so to San S Francisco Frncis or Spokane < St
wV Spknl St
Vrata V r raMi goes gH to tlto tt Seattle StU team lm of th thPacific thPacfl the theacific
Pacific Pacfl P Coast Ot leap iegae and an the t rest ret of the theteam tbetem
team tem te eM may my tour tur the state stateSTANDING ata te teSTANING
Pacific Facifc National League LeagueWOn LeagueWOn
WOn Lost Lst P C
Los Lo 14 0 A Angolca olo 65 42 4 M MBothy T
Bothy Datt 3 61 48 1 1Spokane ISI 1
Spokane Spkne S 81 1 1 4 47 641
Seattle S tU JT 4t iCtt iCtt9m 6 li
9m Prandsoo Prc o 4B M I s1o 16
Salt Slt S alt L Lke Lake k 14 1 1Natona 3W 3WNational 11 h
National Natona league leagueWjia Leage LeagueVon
Wjia Von on Ls1 Lost P C
Plttsburg PttuQ P m J
New ew York 61 6 40 4 604 G4
Chlc C Chicago hlcag iork 4 r6 At fI 58 58CincMttatt 1
CincMttatt Clnc C h M i I 48 621 f I
Brooklyn BrokYJ B h tt il I 490
Boston b 0t oston 41 K 428 4 4 45t 42
St 5t S t ixmis Lls tebishIladelphia 86 fO i 872
Philadelphia Phiadelphia P 31 1 61 3S7 3S7American mAerican
American Aerican League LeagueWen Leage
Wen Lost Lost P C
BP Boston Boton B oston 18 M i6 G GPhiladelphia
3 6G 6GPhldePhia
Philadelphia PhldePhia P M 1 It 48 4 548 548CUveland MIClveland 4
CUveland Clveland C 54 i 4S 49
4 i
N Ni ew w York 48 47 4 506 M
Detroit Duol D etnolj 47 46 506 5 5LLouIs 1
SL St S LLouIs Louis Lui 44 4 ft Z 5 44
Chicago Chlcgo C H 41 I 17 I 41 4t 4S 4Sehfngt 41k
AVashlngton W ehfngt n 88 1 6 a Oh 3ST 3STWestern mWestern
Western League LeagueWon Le LeagueVon ge geYon
Won Lest P C
Milwaukee MIaukee M 69 t ai aiolorado 632
Colorado C Springs 61 6 9 a 38 4J6 01ti
Kansas Kanas K anaas City 83 1 41 MC 16
Denver D enver 48 4 47 41St M3 W3 W3St
St St s t Joseph oeph 48 4 46 511 511Peorla 11
Peorla P eoria 45De 45
br De D eeMolnes Molnes oin 40 40Omuhit s 57 l
Omaha O Omuhit 85 85Pacific I i7 1 1Pacifc
Pacific Pacifc Coast League LeagueAVOn Leage LeageVbn
AVOn LosL P C Cee
Los I L ee Angeles Angele 78 46 628 6
San Sn S en Francisco Franelao 71 i 86 I 580
Portland Portand P 85 6 6 SI 557 17
Sacramento SAcrmento S 9 E 01 1 w wl > l
Seattle SetU S satt1 t 2 us 8 481
Oakland O akland 54 5 80 O 403 403PACIFIC 40 40PACIC 4OJPACIFIC
Butte Bute Aug Aug8n IS i4n In the snappiest s applet game gamoor
of o f the te season seasn on the home grounds Irounds Roach Roachand L
and a nd Dammann battled batte twelve innings for or orthe S
the t he supremacy when whfn a lucky bunching bunchingof
of o f hits hit in the thf final fnAl inning lUCk enabled two
Spokane Spkane S men to reach the home bag ag and andcinch andcpch
cinch cpch c the game The runs were ere all allearned Al
earned Me e and M lame Ue Ue je errors error made ndo bythb < t teams teamshad tdi t ir ns nshAd
had h ad nothing n thlng to do with v1th the score Attend Attendance Atehd Atehdanc Attehdnce ¬
ance anc a nce 300 3 0 Score Scre
II H Hrt K 1
Btitte B i1U i 6 4 I
Spokane S 4 rt rtBattfl 3 S 3 I I
Battfl Batt Battenie iea Ko R0a Roach h and dSnIndels Swindells Dam Dummann D Damann m man S
mann m an ann and an Hanson Hansn Umpire Caruthers Caruther t
Chicago Chklo AlieY A1J AigLITImely lS Timely TJmol ihlUi dUIag won wonor t
for f or the locals lols Th hs vistrs3tIt t tm IUIw lt tbe ball ballerd
h1 h erd but IUUr in jifr4e mrer lsUrs l ItnisT nlb te wJtl tttb bl
m n 1 n e on b baae e lined straight strg to Tatitio
m ne
hll b ill l resulting ruIUns tn I three double plays Tauo At ¬
tendance tenane t 12W 12 pJa7s
R R ltLB H B
Chicago Cblcgo C cago 3 8 8a
Waenlngton a lnton 1 4 4ttrl 4Btter1eePattersok
BJKtterlee Btter1eePattersok ttrl BaUersoa P tfr81 and Slattery Slatel Wil WilCleveland lviiand VI ¬
n and qtt ttrede e eClocla
Cleveland Clocla d O Aug 18 hSCIevelanIt Clevelands Clevelandswinning CJevelaMswInnn 3
winning wInnn streak strEk was broken brken by 11 Boston Btoo BtoodA to today ¬
day dA t Young T ung ws w a puzzle puzz with wih men on onbasts onbe I
basts be b aae white whil Donahue was wal hit hard har At Attendance Attendance Atendance ¬
tendance t SSGO 89 Score fore
R n H HCeeland 33 33Cleveland
Cleveland Ceeland C J 9 9ostnr 3 3Boston 3Bl
Boston Bl ostnr 10 14 1 1 L
Batteries BterlHDonahue BatteriesDonahue Donahue and Bemis Young Youngand Youngal r rnd
and a nd Farrell FarrellDetroit
al FRrrel FRrrelD
Detroit D troJ Aug 18 Uot IDetrolt Detroit lest 19t the double
header heder h eader to t New York today tA giving the vis v1 v1tors ¬
itors lors I tors fourth place pl The first flt game was wassharply vs as assbarp a
sbarp sa sharply s played pla and adJlt honestly won Chesbro Chesbroand Chebro Chebroand Cheabrcnd
and a nd Donovan had a duel and Chesbro won wonb Ol I
j by b shutting ahuttng out the locale loals Ganzels two twobagger twobger twobagger
bagger bger and an Williams YJlams single scored sred tilt thoonly tboonly i
only runs ruo In the second seon game eDtrolt eDtroltUR eDtroltuq t
UR uq used d three thre pitchers pichers and could not hit hitTsnnelttll hi hi t tTanneblil
Tsnnelttll Tannehi Attendance Attendane 3900 9 Scores ScoresFirst Sore ScoresFirst
First lJrst same pme R H E EDetroit Eo Eork BDetroit
Detroit o 0 7 7New 2 2NewYork
New NewYork York ork 1 S SBatteries I SBatteriesDonovan i iBaterIeDoovan
Batteries BaterIeDoovan BatteriesDonovan Donovan and tu3 Buelow Ches Chesbro Che Cibabro ¬
bro br McFarland and OConnor OConnorSecond OConnorSnd OConnorSecond an
Second Snd game game R n H HDtrt K KDetroit BDetroit
Detroit Dtrt 11 I 6 6New I h hNew
New York S 12 12Batteries 12BtereKlnse 5 5BattenieaKlsainger
Batteries BtereKlnse BattenieaKlsainger Kissinger Skopec Skone Mullen MullenMid Mullenand Iulen Iulenad
Mid ad McGulrc JIcGtlre Tannehlll Talnehl and OConnor OConnorLouis OConor OConorSt OConnorSt
St Louis ols Aug Au Au IS lS ILSt St t Louis L1 lost Ist the thefinal thetnl
final tnl game Jnt of the series 1r with wih Philadel Philadelphia hladel hladelphl ¬
phia phl WadAril Wadfl pitched pllhe for Co the Ue visitors visitorswith vJllor
and ad whie while f be ws hit freely elr sync eCctha eCcthaJth effective
with Jth me m men on bases b A triple ti le piny Ia Iath w wthe wa
the th feature feu Attendance Atennc 3100 Z io R R Score ScoreR Scre ScreR H B BSL ES1
SL S1 St Louto 1 S 10 1 1PhllndelphlR 1PhladeDla
Philadelphia PhladeDla 5 r 11 1 1 1Batteries 1BtterleWIht
Batteries BtterleWIht BtterlesWrght Wright and Sugden Wad Waddell IS ad addel
dell del and an Schreck SchreckNATIONAL hrek hrekHNATONA
Brooklyn Broklyn Aug 18 18St 18St St Louis Lols finally finallywon flnal finallywon
won a name here hro today toar Although Altlugh batted battedhard bte battedhard
hard hrd Jon JoneS would havo won his game gamebut gamebat
but bt for the poor fielding fedl of McCrery McCreryBrown McCreeryBrown lcCreuyBrown sme smebt
Brown also al was pr hit hard han but was W lucky luckyAttendance luckyAtean luckyAtteadande
Attendance Atean 1800 1 Score or
R H ESt ESt E BStLouis
St St StLouis Loute ui 8 10 0 1 1Brooklyn 1Brkly
Brooklyn Brkly I 14 1 14BatteriesBrownand a aBHtteries
BHtteries BtteleBrwa BatteriesBrownand Brown and Ryan Jones JOD and andHitter andlLte andItitter
Hitter lLte Umpire UmpreHurt UmpreHurtNfW UmpireHurst UmpireHurstNew Hurst HurstN
N NfW New w York York Aug 18 1Tbe 1The The last 8t game Of Ofthe Oftbe ofthe
the series erlcs between btWe New Ne York and AnC CIa Cincinnati ClndnnaU CIacinnU ¬
cinnati today toy r relt rednited iltd in another anther victory
for fo the visitors vlor and in 1f a wonderful wonerful wonderfuipitdh pitch pltth ¬
lag II feat on the te tfart rt of C Swing Jng He not nt ntOb nOtabuteat
7 shut abuteat ant t his blopt opponents out bt allowed allowedth allwe allowedthem
Ob th Score tbf them n only 0011 on Q qee lilt hit Attendance 4700 4 a aR aR11E
R R11E R11EewYork H E
New ewYork York 0 1 0
Cincinnati 7 15 15atterlesMcGtnahty 3
Battertec BattertlteGInftlty McGinnlty Croatia and Bow Bowerman Bo Bofrllln Bowerman
erman Kwlng < and Peitz Umpires UmpirNEm Ems
no II and a 4 MertttL MertttLBoston MoraLon MOrSItlesion
Boston Lon Aug It 1LB7 By superb pitching
Leever Leev shut out Boto today Willis VII lis
kept Pltts PIt1Bltttr Plttairstrgs Mrgs < hits fulrly wall attrad esatteretiapd n attradand twecllid
and both pitchers wore welt supported
Attendance 3 3M ft Score
Boston 0 a 2 2fvilil 2rait
Ptttsburfc BkttrU fvilil Wttllfl and 4 Mormn t rait at Leaver Leererand Leve Levesad
and Phelps Umplr UmplflJohn UmpIreJohnetOicPACIFC JohM9toti totu < r rPACIPCC
to toFACInC
Loc Angelc Cal Aug 1 18JA8 LOB Angeles Angelestook Angehmook An eles elestook
took th the s pm ma from Oakland br a score of orI ofC
I lo 2 1 Tn The visitors made their two runs runae runsin
In the e first inning throoRh the dropping droppingof
of a thrown ball by DJIIiI IJiUen at ffiat uas uasand bUaDd base baseand
and t u Juggling of a grounder by Smith Smithat
at third S SCOre or
R H E Eo Eto BI BIMttCnte5Cr7
to Anse18 1 I 7 2 2Qalt
1 I I IBatteries
o Qalt ii oS 0 0ntn
ntn Batteries IMttCnte5Cr7 rJG18y Gray and fld Spies SplsLee Leo and nd Gor Gorton Gorton GortOt ¬
ton tonSan San Francisco Aug Au x 1 JBOv Owing Owi ldg to the
f failure Hure of orpl players ers to Arrive rrlvc here there therewill therewill therewill
will be no game of basobail today todayMIBACULOUS todaySt todayMIRACULOUS
Chamounlz Cbam unls France Aug 18 18Th The seven seventourist seventouribI seventourists
tourist who yesterday ye slerday were reported rep rtctd to
have been killed J lled while elunoiirg etlmbl the th theAiguclies
Algurllts AI ufIIH Groses of Mont Bjanr Jilan had It ItHppcant Itappears ftLPPCIII
appears LPPCIII a miraculous escape They ware wares weresetn erlJ
s setn HH n to fall on A coullr and it was taken takena
a as a certainty that they thp werr deal but
today tOda an exploring jmrty discovered 1h CwErtd th the thetpurtnt
Jiur tjjurUKa who W M only pAl nlr slightly injured
of titev fall i
Twentythird T Annual Tournament Tournamentof
of the Lawn Tennis As Association Association Association ¬
sociation sociationNawpart sociationNfc sociationNewport
Newport Nfc eJt R L I Awg itg 18 1Wleh Wifih an entry
list lis t numbering sey serintyo sevntyoven ntysovan jriayai at the thespeond thooeond thecond
speond so oeond largest in eight years > with tli th thamong the thengbah
Ingl1eh 1 ngbah experts the Dobert Doherty brothers brothersamong brOthersong
among am ong those scheduled to play P With WithcourtS withurts wltncourts
courts co urts in admirable condition and vAtialmost WlthalmoPt vAti WIUtmost
almost al most i Ilerfeet > arfect weather weath r the twentythird twentythirdannual tw twentythirdnual thlrtl thlrtlannual
annual an nual tournament of the National Lawn lAwnnnle
Tennis Te nnle association a8 ocJation was begun b gun on the theeno
Ca cno no courts today
The entries included such American Americanplayers Americanplayersy Americanayersge
players playersy pl ayersge as Krelgh Collins Holcomb Ward WardV
V V J Clothier Clothl and Be Be8ls ls Wright WrightThe WrlshtThe
The event which attracted the crowd crowdwas erodwas crowdait
w was ait the championship champlon hlp doubles between betweenard twean
Ward V ard and Ware Va of the eat st and Collins Collinsand Collbssand Collinsd
and an d Waldner of the west The winners winnersof wlnn winnerstodays rs rsor
of todays match will challenge the Do Dohertys DOher Dortys
hertys her he rtys and the match will probably com comoff co coor comef
off or f tomorrow tomorrowCollins i
Collins fari and d WaWner Vald el western we tern ham champlonK ehamonf4 < hamplonH
plonK pi onf4 b b at Ward and Vare eastern easternchampions eaternchampions easternampions
champions ch 63 64 75 7 7lhe I IThe 1 1The
The doubles d ubleaonenedhere opened here tamely with a apoor apoor aor
poor po or showing by b Ward and Ware In the thesecond thesecond thecond
second se cond set et the easterners were in better betterform betterormt betterrm
form fo fofo ormt rm but the set resulted r ulted In a victory vlet victoryr ry
for fo r the western players playersThere plaersThere playersThere
There were no love genies in the third thirdby thirdflet thirdt
flet se t but five Um Umes thi th losers e escaped c ped It itonly
by only one point The eighth game gumobrought W110brought gameought
brought br ought the climax llm and an9 ant both pairs well wellas wetthey wellthey
as they bad done before surpassed ed their theirprevious theirprelous theirevious
previous pr evious showing Th The westerners wl terners were weretho wertstho weree
tho th e victors vlcto After that play dragged draggedSummaries draggedSumntarlfl draggedSummaries
Summaries SummariesChampionship SumntarlflChampionship
Championship tennis doubles dotabl8ColIIns dotabl8ColIInsend Collins Collinsand
and a nd Waldner aldnf > r western beat Ward ard and andWare andare
Ware W Vr are eastern 63 518i 04 H 7 7Stinne 76 76NationAl
NationAl Bin sinIesi ICfI first round roundIL H W Winnes V VSUnnes
Stinne St innes beat E if 1 K Leach by default defaultDean defaultean
Dean D ean Miller Miller beat R T Renahaw 80 61 64N
78 N Meiland 10 land beat H A BurllnBome
60 6 0 60 6or 60 E P Lamed beat O Clarke Clarkeff1 ClarkeW ClarkeSecond
ff1 1 61 65 65Socond s sSecond
Second round roundJ J C Paret Paretboot beat S P PRenshaw PRenshaw Penshaw
Renshaw R 64 61 82 J G Willis beat J JR TR SLivermore
R Livermore 63 62 64 61 W J Clothier Clothierbeat Clothierbeat Clothiereat
beat b eat B C Wright 48 84 64 G 61 R Ceavir C CSeavir C CSeavJr
Seavir S beat W V B Connor 62 6 61 63 G GBeats GBeals Gasis
Beats B asis beat T Horton 63 J 64 64 A Cod Codman Codman Codan
man m an beat D F Appleton second 75 72 7
63 5 3 S L Smith beat J C Neeley by de default default dault ¬
fault fa ult
Nebraska N braska City Girl Claims Him as asHer asHer asBer
Her Husband HusbandOmaha HusbandOmaha flusbandOmaha
Omaha News NewsClarence NewsClarence NewsClarence
Clarence English the well known local localpugilist localpugilist localugilist
pugilist p ia i occupying oc < u Ylng a cell at police polleeeadquarters
headquarters h where he has ha been detained detainedyearold detainedn
011 o n a statutorychtrge statutory cherge preferred d against
blm h im thIs morning by Mrs Ella Allen of ofebraska
Nfbraska N C1t City Neb In behalf of her 1i 17earold
earold y daughter Mildred Mayes MayesEnglish MayesEnglish layf8English
English was a arrested by Sergeant
Whefan W helan and Officer Baldwin while walk walkg
Ing ta tag g upon Douglas street He denies his hisUnt hisuilt
guilt guiltAccording UntAccording g uilt uiltAccording
According to his statements this thl after afternoon afternoon afteroon ¬
noon n he h met the Mayes girl in Nebraska Nebra ka
City CIt C ity where he gave aYe an exhibition In her herathers
fathers f opera house On June 27 she sheran sheran shean
ran r an away a wa from home he asserted and andwont andwont andont
wont w ont to Kansas City where he fought foughtwith toughtwith
with Nelson NelsonShe NelsonSh NelsonShe
She Sh informed him of her action And Andsaid AndlIald anda1d
said a1d that her love for him had prompted promp prompteder ed
j her h er In leaving home When she returned return returnedS l
1 to t o Nebraska City she claimed that her herparents herparents herartnts S
i parents p denied her admission She then thencame thencama L
came c to Omaha English said and repre represented represented reproented ¬ S LS
sented s to his mother that she had mar married mared ¬
ried n ed English at Kansas City CIt She later laterso latero
so s o informed her parents parentsLast parents1t
Last 1t t evening while Mrs Allen and her heraughter
daughter d lau htcr were In Omaha on their way w to toS
Chicago C they the met English The mother motherendeavored motherenQeaorcd mothetndeavored S
e endeavored to have English En 1I8h care rE for the theayes
Mayes M Iayesglrl ayes girl He then denied denl the gtrrs gtrrsstatements ralS ralSstatntents
j statements s that they were married
Mrs I Allen called upon Assistant Connr Coiiny
tc t ty t y Attorney Weaver Ar this thlsniernlng morning and tSe e
complaint c tli and warrant were Wttr Issued i 8UcJ JZrf Ei
lieh li sh Is being held h ld without withoutbRlI ball Me will I Ie
bo b e arraigned Monday Iond j morning morningGrand mornln mornlnGrand mornIngGrand
Grand Circuit Races BacesNew Racesrew Bace8New
New York Aug 18 1Srhcre There was a large r
attendance a at the Grand circuit meeting meetJn
at a t Brighton Beach today lods The weather weatherrerrect I
was w aR perfect rerrect and the track fast Sum ¬
mary m any
The Brighton fiOCO take l ke pacing class ela s
throe in five flveFltWlk Fnutk Yoakum won three
sA straight s heats in 208 06IA iW4 4 Mj and Hn 27Vi fi 79rL S
Albock A lbock Tern Keene e Blasflc Pointer Star t
Hal H al King Direct Almorel Peeler Pat ¬
ron r on Oliverwood and Brown Heals also J
started startedTwotwentyfour startedTwotweutrour s tartedTwotwentyfour
Twotwentyfour trotting class purse S
1000 two in three threeCron Crown Princess won I
two t wo straight heats In 2J3V4 1314 and 214 H Ka ¬
ma mares res Queen Wilkes WIlk Miss lIl IS Jeannotte
Bermuda Maid Alberto Yankee Boy Bo
Dodle K Bessie Bes le Birchwood and Miss
Ovorton O vorton also started startedders
T Twi fifteen trotting purge 10 two In ii 1
threelIaz t hreeMazetto > tto won two straight iuats neet8 In It r
212 2 12y and 2111t 2h1 4 Midnight MlIlorcl S1r Sa
ders ti ers Ben HaL The Questor Que tor Admiral 1 I
Dewey Dewc Miss Fearing Direct View Jan
tina t Kozy Koz and Sonata nata also started
Kentucky Kentuck stock farm purse 11000 1000 for 3 3earoldpatenlMattte Iearold
yearold y earoldpatenlMattte pacert pacenilMattle Mattle H won three I
fitralght s heats in S2 11 2t4 238 II 4 and 214 14
Ashbourne and Tomango also started
i I
Seattle Aug IS lBTbe The fourteenth annual annualsession annualslon annualession
s session slon of the TransMississippi TnIon Mls5w lppl Commer Commercial Commlrclal Commcria ¬
cial c ia congress which convened in this city citythis elt eltthis =
this t morning started out under the most mostfavorable mostCuorable mostavorable
favorable f auspices aI8p1 and promises to be one oneof oneof
of o f the most notable gatherings sathrln In the his Irisory ¬
tory tor t ti ory of th the organization The attendance
Ift i s unusually large there being delegates delegatesn
In I n attendance from every ery state and terri ternory ¬
tory t ory In the transMMsiftsippi region and androm
from f rom Alaska and the Hawaiian islands
Large delegations are present from Ore Oregon Oreg Oregen ¬
gen g hecg Colorado Texas and Louisiana I
The convention io eJ hall in frtn which sessions ns of I
the congress are being heldjs held Js the Leschl Leschlpark LeschlPftrk Leachipark
park exposition hall on the shore of Lake
Washington some two miles from the thesides thecenter thecenter I
center or the city Through the open I
sides of the building the delegates can canook
look l out upon the beautifully kept park parkwashed palkwashed
washed by the shores of the magnificent magnificentake
lake l which will one day da become the thegrandest tbegrandest thegrandest
grandest fresh water naval reserve res < le sta station s stlon a ¬
tion In the world orld and across It to the
heavy forests of mighty ml < lU Douglas firs and I
beyond that to the snowcapped 1I summits summitsof
of tho Cascade range with Mount Ranier Ranicrtowering RaniertGwerlng RaniertoweritiR
towering above in Inspiring grandeur grandeurThe grApdeurThe grandeurThe
The morning session of the congress s to today today today ¬
day was WA devoted to the delivery of ad addresses addrEINMS addresses ¬
dresses of welcome and responses re ponse thereto theretoThese theretoThe theretoThese
These o included welcoming addresses by
Governor Henry H nry McBride for the state stateMayor stateMayor
Mayor Thomas J 1 Humes Hum for the city and andADJOURNED antiADJOURNED andADJOURNEDSINE
Building Trades Council Will Meet in inSioux i iSioux
Sioux City Noxt Year YearDenver YearDenler 1 I
Denver Colo Cob Aug A W UThe The sixth an annual annURl annual ¬
nual convention of the National BulUllnc BujIdlitTrades
Trades Council of o America Amf > rJc adjourned adjourneasine adjournedsine adjournesine
sine die this afternoon after electing oleetln the
following officers for or the ensuing term
President Pre PresldentJ lde tJ J H Maloney Xalon of Chicago Chicagofirst Chicagog hicagofIrst
first g vice president of the th international
hcoodre dm
Brotherhood of ElectriCians KlactrieiansFirst ElectriCiansFirst rlfigIntemational rlfigIntemationall
First l ir t Vice President PresldentJamc James Gallagher Gallaghercarpenter GAllaghercarpenttr Gallaghercarpentr
carpenter Hudson county New Jersey JC11tJCOnd
Second COnd Vice President Preeld PresidentJohn ntJohn John H Murray
atone atn maston Denver j
Third Vice President PresldentP F C Fay gas
fitter St 1 Louis LouisFourth LouisFourth LouisFourth
Fourth Vice VI e Pre PrertdentG W V Keene Keenemarblo KeemnRrble Keenemarble >
marble setter president of the Manhattan Manhat an
Borough B T C New York City Citylather
Fifth 1 CUi YIe flldtl8tW r J HJnekey I
lather Pittsbi PittsbiSixth Plttsburg Pa PaSixth PaSixth
Sixth Vice President Pr eldcmtJ J C Templeton Tampletoncarpenter Templetoncarpenter Templetoncarpenter
carpenter Freeno Cal CalGeneral CatGeneral
General Secretarytreasurer Secre arytreasurerH H W V
StelnblSB St Louis father of the N B
T C and its general secretary ecre ll since its itsorganization Itsornanlzatlon itsorganization
organization organizationSioux ornanlzatlonSioux organizationSioux
Sioux City la was selected as the thenext thenext thenext
next place of meeting meeU meeUAn
An amendment to the constitution was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted removing the right 0t 61 the execu ¬
tive board to levy on affiliated interna ¬
tionals and Ab nationals for strike benefits
but It gives the board the right to levy le leallee5mentll
assessments of 5 cents l nts per week upon all allaffiliated RIIaffiUated allaffiliated
affiliated local II It also removes rtmo s the ten tenweeks tenweeks tenweeks
weeks limitation of strike assessment apseasincmtand a assessmentand se88mentAnd I
and makes mak the levy le unlimited unlI 1ltld as to time
It also puts the conduct and an disburse disbursement disbursenent Jl8bur Jl8burent ¬
ment ent Of the strike < trlk fund Iti the th hands of orc ofo
ho c general aeeretansrtreasurei 1 of the theN
N C BTC T C v Ir
Reliance Has to Give One Min Minute Minute Mm ¬
ute and Fortyfive Seconds SecondsCARRIES SecondsCARRIES
+ 4 4New
New York Aug IS 1SThe The Reliance Relianceana ReUanoeand
and Shamrock Shnmr ck III were wer measured to today today today ¬
day in the Erie basin by C E Mower Mowerthe Mowerthe Mowerthe
the official measurer of the Now York YorkYacht YorkYacht YorkYacht
Yacht club As the result of his meas measurements measurements meanurernents ¬
urements and calculations it was an announced announced announcod ¬
nounced tonight at lh the yacht club that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Reliance vould allow the chal challenger challenger thaihanger ¬
lenger one minute and fortyfive sec seconds seconds seeonds ¬
onds over a thirtymJle course It was wasfound wasfOUnd wasfound
found that the Shamrock III was wasslightly waSRlIghtly wasslightly
slightly longer on the water line than thanthe thanthe thantile
the American boat but the latter latterproved latterproed latterproveT
proved to toJiao Have nearly 2000 more square squarefeet squarefeet squarefeet
feet of sail area than the challenger challengerand
and it was as this enormous sail spread spreadthat spreadthat epreadthat
that taxalttfte t American boat so heav heavily heavily heavfly ¬
ily ilyThe
The announcement of the time allow allowance allowance allowance ¬
ance in fajgpr f r of the challenger acused acusedlittle acusedJltUe acusedlittle
little sucpriBe at the yacht club as it itwas Itwas itwas
was the thEt th vy r general belief bell f that the theReliance thoReUance theRellance
Reliance Hvmild prove considerably
larger all around than her opponent opponentFollowing opponentFoUowlng opponentFollowing
Following are the official o lcla figures figuresReliance figureRellance flgureReliance
Reliance Shamrock ShamrockFeat ShamrockFeet ShamrockFeGt
Feat Feet
Water line 8968 66 S9SI 81
Base line 30176 1i5 1S7S4
Forcsldo of mast stD 8140
Spinnaker boom 8875 810 81011nln 140
Main gaff 7190 576 576Top 76 76Top i6Top
Top mast 7200 0016
Eighty per cent c rit of top topmast topmast topmast
mast 5560 5532
Perpendicular 1466 144S8
Square root of sail area 12716 11976 119
Sailing length 10841 1J77
Sail area area Rcliance1616998 square squ rc feet
Shamrock 1433745 square feet
Men ren on board Reliance 64 Sham Shamrock Shamrock Shamrock ¬
rock 56
Ready For the Fray FrayThe FrayThe PrayThe
The Reliance and Shamrock swung
lazily at their moorings inside Sandy
Hook tonight ready for the interna international international international ¬
tional contest for the Americas cup
the first race of which will bo sailed sailedon iS i
on Thursday The Shamrock HI mere merely merely ¬ S
ly returned to her old moorings the theReliance theReliance thcReliance i
Reliance coming comtn there for the th first firsttime firstthne finaltime
time The day W was vas 3 one of exceeding e Medin Medininferost
interest to toaJJdfr alLdirectly cU interested In the theInternational theInternntlontLI i iInternationftl
International race being devoted to tothe tothe I Ithe
the official measuring and final groom groomingsof groomIng5of groomIngof
ingsof both yachts ya hts The cleaning of ofthe ofthe ol olthq
the underbodies 6f t both was completed completedthis c inpletedthis mpletec I Ithis
this morning and pd Charles D Mower Mowerthe Mowerthe Mowerthe
the official measurer of the New York YorkYacht YorkYacht YorhYacht
Yacht club stretched his steel tape tapefrom tapefrom t
from truck to deck and from the end endof endOf enc I tI
of the bowsprit to the extreme point pointof pointof pointof encL L
of the after ter oV o osfhang Jhang ang of both racers racersAs racersAs
As one resultabout eight inchesof inchesofthe Ibches itchesolthe racerst of ofthe t
the spinnaker Boom oom of the Shamrock ShamrockIII ShamrochIII
III was sawediiou owing to the tact factthat tactthM taCtthht
that it was wasostimatedto estimatedto to be that much muchlonger muchlonger
longer that the1 tb base of the forward forwardtriangle forwardtrIangle forwartriangle I
triangle whlclvt W111C hJch covers cotrs the head sails sailsof 115 115r 5 5of
of r the yacht wniohwould wHloh 4hi hwOuld would mean penal penalization panalIzatlon penalIzation ¬
ization if allowed to stand Sir Tho Thomas Thotuns Thoman ¬
man Lipton asivell as Mr Iselin and andDesigner andPeslgner an anDeigner
Designer HerreShoflT Herre hofr and Designer De lgner Fife Fifewere FI Fif e ewere C Csere
were interested Interestedspoctators spectators of the work workof wOrkof won
of 0 Mr Ir Mower Designer Fife evident evidentlydesired evhIentdesired evidently ¬
lydesired ly desired thaiShamrock thai I Shamrock III should shouldbe I Ibe
be measured while down by the stern sternas sternmuch I Ias
as much as possible for everything everythingmovable cverythlnimOvable
movable even to the Jib sheet leader leaderblocks leaderblocks r rblocks
blocks was moved and stowed amid amidships Amidships amidships ¬
ships The measuring measurln wa was completed completedat
at 445 oclock and both yachts achUt were werewarped werewarned C Cwariled
warped out of the basins basinsAfter basInsActor basinsAfter
After supper for the crews the tug tut
Guiding Gul Ung Star topk toq the Reliance Rellan in tow towwhile towwhUe towwhile
while the English tug Cruiser per performed performed performed ¬
formed the same sam service for the Sham Shamrock ShAmrock Shnrrock ¬
rock III both the yachts a hts arriving at atSandy a t tSandy
Sandy Hook at about sundown sundownMade sundownMade sundownMade
Made Best Score ScoreChicago ScoreChicago ScoreChioago
Chicago Aug 18 18lIs8 Miss Bessie Anthony Anthonywestern Anthonwestern S
western champion turned in a M card In I Ii
the qualifying qU ur lng round roundor of f the eighth annual annual stints Ii
womens tournament of the Qnwentela a
club lub which started today toda This was wa the th e
best score of the fiftyfour who made e
the 18hole journey and accordingly al ordlngh the thechampion th e echampion
champion was given the medal for the th 0
lowest score
Judge Thomas Burke for the eomrnircial il
organizations of ofthe the northwest Two Im I ¬
portant addresses were ere delivered delh red this aft 1 ¬
ernoon and the rest of the session seA lon was de deor deoted dt t
voted to the consIderation of the report repel rt
or o the committee on the advisabllitv of f
merging the thetongress congress with the National Natoni ii
Irrigation congress congressTho congr congressThe F FTho
Tho addresses delivered this afternoon
went PII Immigration and Its < Distribution
by Thomas fh ma Richardson of New Orleans Orleanand
and Good Road by b W R Richardson Richardsoncrpl1r
Fcrelarv < crpl1r of th 11 niMoril good roads roa i
psoclation > < At the cl ie > tc 1 of the afternoon n
session > I v oicw ot w l th ho visltlnsr ttsitin dele deleBJtes deles doltSt
BJtes s St ts wet tn tac tnkr < n fcr fc r ai tcurslon on a
Laie Lal Washington 3h ngton a fleet of a dozen doze a
steam launches having been bCf > n chartered for f r
their accommodation
Herbert Strain of Montana and United
States Senator Reed Smoot of Utah were wet
among the speakers Jeak r8 The Utah senator sendt r I
told of the marvelous wealth mineral 1
agricultural a t1cultural and animal of his state
The session of the congress will con i ¬
tinue r3A for nth three days The question of ron rongreiw 1
Fe Fet Yta Ytaervfi
olIdation of t the transMississippi ervfi rpPrr rpPrrgre cot i
greiw s with the National Irrigation seat association seatelation ¬
elation which has been proposed will willprobably willprobabl1 wi 11 11probably
probably be dIscuSsed dl cU 9d tomorrow George e
H Maxwell the president of the theirrJga Irriga 5 ¬ I
tion association is hero and will address addret 8
the congress congr John Barrett the newly aewl ly
appointed minister to Argentine is I also alt to
St Johns N F Aug l lCptaln Captain In
Frank Wollard of the schooner Helen Hele In
Whitten of Gloucester Mass whose WhOt at
trial on the charge of shooting an and < d l i
killing one of his ores named Patrick I
Yettman wag onduded yesterday yostatdawhen y I
when lie was found guilty of man 1 ¬
slaughter and was sentenced today to tosixteen i isixteen i Isixteen
sixteen years ears penal servitude tKrvUudeNotice servitudeNotice
Notice of Assessment AssessmentLITTLE AssessmentLITTLE
company Principal place of business brisineSalt I
Salt Lake City Utah Location Lo > atlon of mines minesNotice ipinc Ines l
TlntlC lUlnln Mining distrIct Juab county rvTUth Tite
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting meetit rI
of the board of directors of the Little LItI
Chief Mining Milling company held he 1
Aug 17 1003 an assessment of one 1 I
cent per share being assessment No 17
was levied on the th capital stock of the t he t I
corporation cOr oratfon issued and outstanding pay pa ay y ¬
able at once to P PE B McKlnnay secre sect e ¬
tary of the company at his office ottl o No to
471 to toSl ill South Tenth East street Salt Sc tlt t
Lako City C1t Ttab Any stock upon which whi ci i
this assessment may remain unpaid on i
the 18th day of September will be de d Ic > ¬
linquent and advertised advert Sod for sale at public pub lie o
auction aucU n and unless payment is made madey ma de a
before will Jle sold ontho n tho 9th day or C
October 1903 100 to pay y the U e delinquent us ii La
sassment together to thQrVJth with the costs of f ad a d ¬
vertising and expenses eXJie 1SQs of sale saleI saleF
I F 1 B McKINNEY Secy SecyNos S SNos >
Nos 471 ttflSl South Tenth ntlagf East Ea street stne tet
at Salt SaI Lako City Brewinf Brewii1gcbsofiu bs stfW 19 =
Salt Lake City Utah
OfiDfN o6D NeWS NeWSoffice
Office 2434 Washington Washingtonfa WashingtonfaOgdeh Ave Ve VeOgden
Ogden Wednesday Aug 19 19BOOTH 19BOOTH 1
Commander of the Salvation SalvationArmy
Army Will Speak on Coloniza Colonization
tion at Irrigation Congress CongressChalrmHn CongressCb
ChalrmHn Cb Jrman Fred J Kiesol of the Irrlga
td hen t congress executive committoq yester yest r
d day ay received air acceptance from Com Commander Commander ¬
ia mander i Booth Tucker of ait invitation to toaddress toaddress
a address th the congress Commander Tuck Tuckcr
cr e n will be present during two twoda7S twoda7SDroWI days daysDrowned
Drowned DroWI d in WeberWord Weber WeberWord
Word was wa brought brought to Ogden yesterday yeatrdflmorning
morning giving the details of the sad sade
death d e eath th of CamerHh C Hanks the 8year 8yearold 2year0th year yearold
old 0 0th daughter of Mr and Mrs Emmanuel
Hanks of Syracuse The child was with withits wlUtIts wIthts
its i ts parents on a pleasure trip up Weber Webercanyon WelJercanyon
canyon c She was left alone asleep in a aWltgon
wagon about 11 oclock yesterday When Whenshe Whoashe
she awoke she in some way get out of ofthe orthe
the high wagon and strayed to the bank bankof bankof
of the river Becoming overbalanced she shefell S sheell It Itfell
fell f ell in and was stunned by the shock of
her fall on some s me rocks in the river bed bedThere bedhere
There here was 88 only a half Inch of water coy CO COerlng
erJng her face when wh n found but death had hadbeen hAeIboen
been caused by strangulation The fu fui tunoral
i u noral oral will occur today from the residence rosdenC4tat
at Syracuse Sracu e
ArmstronglSrhard ArmstronglSrhardYesterday A ArmatrongErhardYesterday trongErhard trongErhardYesterday
Yesterday afternoon a license to wed we4was
was issued to George L ISrhard and Mis MisS
Edna V Armstrong Tho brideelect IB 9 9charming acharming a acharming
charming and accomplished young society
leader leaderof of this city and IB a member of the
S O O B club the young ladles club cluband clUband Cluband
and was a niece and ward of the late J JC JC
C Armstrong The groom is a prominent prominentbusiness promlnontbusiness iromInontbusiness
business man of Omaha Neb The core cercthe ceremony coremony
mony will be perCormeu performed at the home of ofthe
the bride tttis morning at 11 oclock by
Rev Alfred Brown of the Episcopal Episcopalchurch Epl p1 p1church
church TJie e young couple will leave for forthe forthe
the east and will probably make their theirfuture
future home in Omaha
250O 2 25oororaLeg 50 For a leg legThe Leg01e
The Southern Pacific company has hascompromised baacompromlHd beecompromised
compromised the damage suit whloh was wasto wasto
to be tiled by Farley M Jones a a brake brakeman brakeman
man who lost a leg while in the service serviceof
of the company a year ago The papers papersin
in the case ca e had not yet been filed The Thecompany Tbecompanf
company will pay Jones 42500 2500 500 Jones Joneslacked Ton98lacked
lacked five weeks of being of age and In Inorder J Jorder
order that tho settlement might bo legal legalhig legalbls
big father James J Jones was appointed appointedhis ppolntedhIs
his hi guardian guardianIt
It Happened to Jones JonesAllen JonesAllen
Allen ijnee S Jne the man who committed an anassault ana88ault
assault with a knife on on a fellow prisoner prisonerat
at the county Jail Saturday was ar arraigned arrafgned ¬
raigned In the municipal munlclpalcourt court yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning and his examination was set for fornext fOrnext
next Friday Frida at 2 p m Meanwhile the thedefendant thedefendant
defendant was committed to the he custody custodyof
of the sheriff Desmond the man Who WhoTook ho howas
was assaulted Is recoerlng from his hiswounds
Took Back Israel IsraelDetective IsraelDetective
Detective Raleigh came up from Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake this afternoon and took back to the thecapital thecapital
capital Israel Taylor ra lor a young man who whois whoIs
is wanted in Salt Lake for burglary Tay Taylor Ta Talor ¬
lor was arrested arrest < d by Detective Fender FenderThe PenderThe
The prisoner Is a hanger about at one oneof oneor
of the gambling houses hous here and ho is ac accused aCcused ¬
cused of going to Salt Lake and enter entering enterIng ¬
ing a house owned by his aunt and steal stealIng stealIng
Ing therefrom 14 14Nearly 14Nearly
Nearly Hurt HurtW Hurtv
W v A Connely had a narrow escape escapefrom
from Injury last evening Connely was waswith waswlththe waswith I
with wlththe the clown band which was traveling travelingaround trltv ltng ltngarOund
around the city clt on a flatcar flat car pushed by bya b ba
a trolley car advertising Glenwood Gl nwOOtt park parkA
A sudden lurch lurc threw Connely over the thesideboard thesideboard I
sideboard and across the rails The fen fender fender en entier ¬
der however pushed him aside and he hewas hewas t
was not hurt hurtBeaten hurtDeaten
Beaten With Ketchup Xetchu Bottle BottleA I IA
A Chinaman hIRainln was 88 brought IB I yesterday yodterda terday r t
from the th cu cutoff toff where ho was seriously
l hurtby butt rt by another Ul tl1er Chinaman wKo 110 had hadbeaten hadra ha I
beaten ra ral him l up with a ketchup battle The TheCelestial I
Celestial is with friends d on lower Twenty e etlfth
fifth street and it is J thought BO will re recover re recoer ¬
Ogden Ogd n Briefs BriefsW DriefsW
W A Mans of Lewiston LewlltonIda Ida is in the thecity thecity
city cityMiss
Miss 1186 Beatrice Allen is able to be out outafter outafter 1
after a weeks illness illnessMiss mne mnellss
Miss llss Agnes Magulrte has returned returnettfrozr from froman froman I
an extensive California trip trl trlMiss >
Miss Kathryn Cross e of Zmporia Em poria Kan KanIs lCanIsyJslUng
Is IsyJslUng visiting siUng Mrs Harry Horton HortonJIiss HortQnrUes
rUes lns Lizzie Francis society < xtttor on ontheStandard ontha 0 I
theStandard tha Standard has left for a vM y to Call California CaUroml ¬
fornia forniaMiss
Miss JL L lone Carroll a teacher in the theGrant theGrant th thGrant Il
Grant school has returned from a vim vimin viSItIn I
in Toledo O OMrs OMrs 0Mrs
Mrs A R C Smith leaves this U morn ¬
ing for Seattle to visit with Mrs Mor Morgan Morgan Mongun ¬
gan for about a month monthA
A Van Patten has ha returned from hIS hieeastern hISeastern hit hiteastern
eastern trip where he has been on min mining minIng ¬
ing matters for some time timeA timeA
A license to wed was as issued to Porter PorterA r
A Wadleiph WadleiphHInkston Wadlel h aged 26 And MISs 1J8s PorteL Dora L I
HInkston i iMiss aged 2 both ot Ogden OdmMles
Miss LUCHI LUCHIabout Ferrin explts to leave leiivtI C I I
about the middle of September for New NewYork NetB I I
York Y rk where she w111 11I resume her studies studiesof B
of trufcle muMtoMiss trufcleMies
Miss Elizabeth M Orth has rotund murneufrom rlturneufrom
from Berkley Cal Ca where h 1e shoo has been beenattending bNmattending I
attending the summer school of the Uni University Unferslt ¬
versity erslt of California CaliforniaWallace CallrornlaVallace
Wallace D McLean Henry V Tulloch Tullochand Tulloeland
and Richard Knight of Washington Yashln ton D DC US
C c were in the city yesterday the guests guestsof guestof S
of Rev Re W E Maleon MaleonIn al on
In the case aM of Marie Dee vs Claude M MDee NDee
Dee the plaintiff through her attorney attorneyhas
has filed a notice of default of the de defendant ¬
fendant to answer The divorce will wilprobably willprObably It
probably be granted at the first t silting siltingof nilc c
of court courtThe courtThe
The funeral services over the remains remainsof S
of the late Marguerite Llttlefleld were wereheld wereheld iver iverheld e
held yesterday Ye terda afternoon at the home of ofthe ofthe o
the parents Mr and MrS W D Little Littlefield IIt1tfield >
field 45S 4 45 Twentyseventh fwent eeenUl street Bishop BishopMcQuerrle BltlhopMcQuerrle Bisho p
McQuerrle of the Second ward presiding presidingPHYSICALCULTURE presidingPHYSICALCUl
An interesting Inter tfng booklet by Eugene EugeneThompson EugeneThompson Eugene e
Thompson explains why and how we wecure wecure w e
cure chronic diseases and make Weak Weakmen iveal eak eakmen wIt It
men strong Free on application applicationTHE applicationNotice I ITHE
THE MOORE GYM 46 S Main St Sfof S
Notice of Special City uy Tax TaxTO TaxTO TaxTO
Notice Is hereby given that a special specialtax tlpeclalid epoch
tax for the purpose r of constructin constructinsidewalk c constructing I a
id fk tt Sffi t ntias ntiasstreet
sidewalk on the east side e of Sixth East Eaststreet Las It
street between South Temple and First FirstSouth FIrstSouth Fin FinSouth It
South streets in sidewalk district No Nohas 2Z 2Zhas 2 2has
has been levied by the city council cou 1l and andconfirmed an anconfirmed
confirmed by ordinance dated July 27th ltt lttSaid
1902 1
Said tax is levied upon the following followingreal S Sreal
real property in Salt Lake City towit towitAll towitAll
All of lots 2 9 4 and 6 block 00 eo plat platB p1 it
SB B Salt Lako City survey and to a adepth adepth
depth of twentyfive feet back from said saidstreet aidstreet sal salstreet Id
street is payable in three equal Install Installments Installments I Imeats ¬
ments and will become delinquent as fol follows follows fo I ¬
lows Sold first installment on the 27th 27t ii Iii
day of October 1903 said second install installand installmnt metalmont 27tI I
mont on the 7th day or Januar January 1004 1004And 4 4and
and the said third installment on the nth 27t Ii
day of July LOOt
Kach 1 ch of said Installments except the Ut ie
first shall draw interest at the rate of of8eon ifseven
seven par r cent per annum from rein the date dateof daleof dcl e eof
of thu levy as aforesaid and If any or oreither C In Ineither
either of said installments shall be un unpaid unPflld ut m ¬
paid when they the become delinquent In Interest Intercst Ii Iiterest m mm ¬
terest thereon shall be at the rate of ten tenper tMper U ta taper
per cent per annum until such delinquent it
installments histaUm nts aro fully paid paidAll 8ldAll paidAll
All special taxes are paid at my m office officeroom urtlcer 0 0room
room r om MB 10 city hall Salt Lake City
City Treasurer and Special Tax ax Col 1 ¬
lector lectorSnlt lectorSnit
Snit Lake City Utah August Ifith 1908 lOt 3
Sidewalk Sl ewalk Extension No 40 40Assessment 40Assessment 40Assessment
Assessment No1 No1INDIAN No 1
Place of business R R M Petersons rosi 101dance rot tt
dance Calder station rural mall delivery deliver y
Notice is hereby given gf en that at a meet meet1st moo t
Ing of the board ot directors held on the the1st tl re tre
1st day of August 1903 an assessment of orlc
Ic a share was levied on the capital stock stoc stocOf k
of 0 said Indian Pet Mining company pay pa paablo y yable
able on or before the 15th day of Sep Se it
tember 1003 19l to t N Elliott treasurer treasurerat itr r
at No 70 East North Templd Salt Lake LakeCity Lal e
City Linh Any stock upon which LalIs this thisas Ut Is
as s s 1t t may remain unpaid on the the10th theIl1th U e
10th of i > of September 1003 100 will bo de ii e
llnquenv Itnquem and advertise adverUsecJ for sale at pub pa ub Is ¬
lie I C auction 1U1QUOnt apd unless payment is made madeOctober madeLtfortwl ma tie tiebefore
Ltfortwl before wifi I be sold on the 11th day of ofa
October 1008 to pay the delinquent deUnquontas deUnquontasOIiotPJnt as a aenagtpnt a
soarnent together with the cost of ad adI JderUjlns a d
erUjlns and expense of sale snleI S
I N ELLIOTT Secretary
Delinquent Deli1q ent Assessment AssesS ment Notice NoticeOUTa NoticeTWAIE4
paay p Q TXfUSfV Iii t tWl 3T prlttlnal I pla4 pIf t ttan
bslfte bu siness s Sl1t Sal Lak etm tan I Ithe
1hare the thessBJsntlev
J > d aJfi tit I unt at r Q 5
ssBJsntlev Sntle t rt f brt on tfc ha Ith day y sO fl July JUly
199J isnth the several amounta set opposite oppositee
the th th8C e names of the respective r shareholders 8ha boldetB
as 8 follows followsC tollowsCrt
C Crt CrtNo Co CoN rt rtNo n > Io
No N o Names Shares Amt
206 Jos J 08 Oberndorfer r 100 3 uu uuiI7 tElp7 J
797 7 p7 Barnett La Ltagley fioy do tt 100 S 100 200S 0
W8 S M Wsrmbath 109 2 tIll 0
7 4 Hatfield Sons 1t8 3 00
i 1074 10 74 Mrs M M Arnold 490 I 40
j 1075 10 15 Mrs M M M Arnold 1 116 S 31mi 22
107 7 Mrs M M Arnold ItS 5 a fc J3
i 1077 10 10LO 77 Mrs M M J Arnold 82 1 W 54IS
1078 LO IS Mrs 1 lrs M M Arnold 82 2 1 M MS7 4
S7 Mis M MIag Bmella Smel Ii a Fallert la m mao 19 1000 1000te 00
ao S te Mtes s Bmolia Fallert 909 6 W
m 11 MIss Bmelte Fallert JW 4 00 Mma 00IU 00I
ma I Miss Emella Fallert KM 2 W roI
802 5 02 B G Woolley Jr MH 1W 200 2 tI tI1tz1
1 1027 14 27 Herman Bam BatnHrgcr arser 90 109 109S22 I 100l CI8
S22 3 l S S H Babcock UK SflO SflOSB 301aD 200H
SB s H S S Joseph JosephIf 3 30 400 400tot 4 00 00H
tot H S Joveph h m ZW I
j 1081 1 H B Cole Co W 100 100S38 1 00 00j
838 s J K Bamberger W 00 M W CIUJ39
430 4 t Fritz L Gerber I i 9 SO 01 01lm
1079 10 79 A Salmanowitz 32 M
1 1080 10 00 A Salmanowltz 41 SI
96 Charles A Barker as 2 1 sS
68 6 3 Charles A A Barker HK 30 J OU OU6W
002 Hattie A Woods 9N S 409 4 4lO
ISO I PI Louise Low T Turner 3 3 35 I
91 t2 LouIse Low Lowe Turner lG 4 00
J 1 10 8l 51 S H Harofd Harold 5 1 164
i 1083 10 63 Christopher r MoCon MoConnon MoCORnon MCoiinon
non II 1 104 G
653 6 32 Frank Smith SW G 4 4041 09
SU 3 41 1 GwenCread B IL Mer Mergun Mernn MarSen
gun 36 4
1087 7 H B Harker 100 3 31141 31141nd 00 00And
J And A nd In accordance a With law and an ordor ordorof ont ontor oedecthe
of < the board of directors mad en the Ith 0thy
day da < y of o Jwly 180 1001 so many shares e of each oachparcel oaokrcel
I parcel pa rcel of such stock as may be necessary nece ary
J will wh il be sold at the office of said company companyo
No N NU o 907 Auerbach block Salt Lake City
Utah U tah at 2 oclock p m on Tuesday the the26th thisth
26th th day da of August 1903 to nay ay delinquent delinquentassessment eleUftctuenlaa delinquentsessment
a assessment aa as asco thereon together with the thecosts thecosts thests
c costs co sts J of advertising and expenses of sale e
W H FARNSWORTH ReTl enS Secretary = rfa rfaNo
No r rUtah 31 Auerbach Block Salt Lake City
I Utah UtahAug UtahAug U tah
Aug 10 1503 1503Delinquent 1003Delinquent 1S
Delinquent Notice NoticeTUB NoticeTHH NoticeTILB
Tintle T intic Notice otJceThor8 There are delinquent delinquentupon deJlDctuentupon delinquentpon
upon u pon th tM following described stock stoekOft stoekOftaecouqt on onaccount Ottcount
account ac count of as assessment lSment levied on the 3dth 3dthday 25thy
j day cta y of June 1998 the several amounts amountsset
j set se sesh t opposite the names of the respective respectiveshareholders rMP8Cttveshareholdenl respectiveareholders
shareholders sh us follows followsNo followso oUowsNo
No N NC o No Noart
Cert C art Nnrae Shares Antf Am
14 Ed L Sloan tt lit 200 OO
698 4 8 M McPalln 809 041 1000 1 OO
080 0 00 Jno M Swisher Swl har 809 041 1008 1008TfS 10
TfS 7 08 O F Wall 169 10 16M 16Mm
7S7 7 87 Sheets t Thompson Th m n Md MM MMS2S It
i 92 Mrs F W v Penfold 1000 2110 2000E
S2S s E G Woolley Jr j 609 1009 1Ifsn >
sn 8 91 R R A A Ure Ure96S 1000 l oo a 21089 3000I
96S 9 I Cole Col Mann Co 900 4i >
971 9 77 4 A ir J1 Thompson 1100 3100 31001roi
1005 10 05 J M Bdyden B eu J5 5M
1017 10 17 James A A Pollock 100 1000
1074 1 1U 4 Alma S S Gates 1Ifj 5 5un 070
1121 U 21 T R Bllerbeck 10 200 OO OOU3G
1136 11 36 Thos JE EDurrans Durrans NO 00 1fOO
1141 11 41 J Oberndorfer 1CO ttX ttXU43 0
11 U43 48 A Cazier 1 160 24k Ot
1180 11 84 W V J Browning 1ro 2 200 IJ IJU8I
11SS 11 82 D D Hickey 5 60
1184 11 84 S ST J Carpenter Cr1tn er 1CQ 100
11 1110 50 August Tetro Tetrol let ItGO
l 11 12 01 i A S Campbell IQO 0 1000
129 1 9 Hatfield Sons 1M ItGO
1231 12 31 S J Carpenter Carpenter12S6 50 Ie Ie1fJ 1600
1fJ 12 32 S J Car Carpenter enter 4100 100
12S6 12 36 Hatfield k Sens GOO 041 MOO 11001J8
1288 1 8 W G M Stewart 500 1009
1242 14 12 42 S M Warmbath 600 MM 16 10414I I
1357 12 57 A L Jacobs h 6flO 1 161 1000IL 3000I I
1278 1 H 11 B C Cel Cols 40 Mi 4jJ I
1273 12 213 13 H B COle 1M i I
1280 12 20 Hudson Sons Co 100 S66 I
1908 119 l l Hudson Hu son Sons Co = lii SOf 81 I
1909 12 09 F G Vesehoff 900 tM I I
1323 l3 Beberg Thompson SM 1000 10001tS I
1338 13 3 Barnett 8 Langley 100 1004I SW IM3H I
1344 13 44 M I L Kelly KeJl 500 1008 1008M57 It I
M57 16 57 Hatfield Sons m 3 t I
1358 1 H Don 309 4CO 4COU 4414H I
U 1361 S H H Brough BroU h MO 11M 11Mi 3fl I
1871 i 13 71 BroMxh Thompson 900 0014 00
fe C J
1406 14 06 Hatfield d Sons s SW 110 1000
1414 14 14 J 7 A Pollock HH > 200 200149C t8
149C 14 16 B G HAnson 869 1000 ItOO1m 300I I
1497 14 37 E G Hanson 600 1000
1413 14 13 F G Vesehoff M 100 200 200Hfl
1447 14 1l E M West 880 1000 201I I
1462 145 1 4 F G Bnright Bnrl bt SOO 60 1000I lOrfU lOrfU146S 0113H68 I
146S 1 40 C B Hampshire Hamp hlr 8W 1000 It
1409 14 10 C B E Hampshire lAO 20M t =
1475 75 W V H LMckson 1000 2iWO I
147 1416 14 76 W V H Dickson 1090 a tM tM147i 49 I
1477 14 17 W H Dickson Dlck on L lAM l 2 2tM 2tMU ooaI
1478 1 W H Dickon lCOO I 0100 SftiO t4 I
U rr I I14t1i = t4I
1479 1 W V H Dicfcecn LOOO 204 204S I
14 14t1i 1 4 W T Reei Ree Sm 50 MW 18Mla7 S
1487 1 457 Geo A Slsrr 40 0 10l 166I IH IHM I
1400 3 Shoots Sh4lo Thompson oo 54 Sd 1LItI 169 I
1602 1 Hudson Co SO 4100 1 It 106 16I 8 I
1503 1 Winifred d Walker ad administratrix admlnlstratrJx ¬
ministratrix 1800 3008 300816C8 3tOifiCS I
16C8 1 511 L B Brown 98 408 408And 4 4Anl 11
And A nd in accordance 1ce with law 1a and an or order ord ¬
der d r of the board of directors made ori on onthe ontbe i
the th e 20th th day of June 1SOS so many shares sharesof aharetC orI I
of o f each parcel par of said stock as may be benecessary bnecessnry b C
necessary n will be sold at the office of the thecompany thecom tinompany
company com c any > No N 225 Commercial C tub Mock MockSalt bJockSalt
Salt S alt Lake City elt Utah on the 22d d day pf pfAugust pCAu p i
August Au A ugust ust 1903 at 1 oclock p JL m to pay paydelinquent PAYdelinquent p pr r
delinquent d as3ssntent a81 sament together with cost costof COStof cos cosf t
of o f advertising advertl b and expense ex 8tM of fate fateKRNBST saleICRN16ST I I1C1tlBST
Secretary Se S < Tetro etro Mining Mini Company Comi any of Tin TinSalt TlnJc Tintic
Jc ticSalt
JcSalt Salt Salt Lake City Utah July July25 28 1908 1908NOTICE IINOTICE 1203NOTICE
in i n pursuanc9 ° of an order ord r of the district districtcourt dtstrl distnlCourt t tcourt
court c of the Third Judicial Ju lclal District of ofUtah o otah
Utah U tah in and for Salt Lake county made madeand madeand madnd I
and a nd entered on the 7th day of August AugustA Au st stA
A D 1903 1 in the matter of the estate estatef estatWilliam
er f William Fender deceased dece the under undersigned pnderelgned underigned ¬
signed s administrator of said estate e tate will willsell willSf1I nil nilell
sell s ell at public auction or private sale for forcash forc To Toash
cash c c b subjectto 1o the confirmation by the thesaid the88ld th thsaid
said district court division No No1 1 on the the19th the1I1h th thIth
19th 1 day of August A D 1903 at the hour hourof hourof hout
of o f 11 oclock a m of said day da at No t
242 2 42 South State street and at 12 1 oclock oclockm ocioclm
m of said day at the Union foundry foundry6S5 foundryt
635 South Fourth West street In Salt SaltLake saltLake Sal SalLake t
Lake City Utah the following de described de de2rerlbed dot ¬
scribed a personal persen property towit That Thatcertain Thatcertain t
certain foundry and stove casting castingbusiness ca t1ngbusine Timg g
business b B heretofore owned and con conducted condtwtetl conucted j ¬
ducted d by b William Pender Penderand deceased deceasedand deeoaeend
and a nd run underthe under the name of William Pen Pender Pender Pener ¬
der ti er Son at No 242 South State street streetand streftand streetnd
and a nd at the Union foundry 63S 8 South SouthFourth SouthFourth Sent hr h
Fourth West Ve t street in Salt Lak City CityUtah CityUtah Ctt CttUtah r
Utah and more particularly described d rtbd as asfollows asfollows a aollowS
follows f A Aneut t twenty twent tons ef stove stovecastings stoveC8t1ngs sv
castings c one Jewel engine c n a miscel miscellaneous milllellaneou misceaneousiOt I ¬
laneous l aneousiOt lot l t of iron ir n and nd wooden patterns patternsfoundry patternsfoundr patternioundry
foundry f flasks tlasJ moulding boxes box tumbling tumblingbarrel tumbUn tumbUnbenel g
barrel emery wheel etc office furni furniture furnltures twirl twirlune I ¬
ture tures t une store shelving one cash register registeretc registereteI reglsrtetetc
etc eteI 5 three horses hor e three wagons bar harness barne hatd ¬
ness and all personal property in and andabout andabout art artabeut d
about said business 6 and premises prem H be belonging be be10n ¬
longing 10n l lng to said estate whether the same sameever sameIs sent 0
Is I s described herein or not and where o oever I
ever the same may be found or located locatedand leeatedand lecatecand I
and howsoever the same me may be known or ordescribed ordescribed c ir irdescribed
Administrator A of the Etate BRIDOMANa of William WilliamPender IVllhaiPander Y ham hamPender a
Pender deceased deceasedDated dcceasedDated deceasdDated
Dated Aug 7 HO HOFirst 111IFirat 1000First
First publteation Aug S So 1803 1803THOMAS JIIILTHOMAS 110 110THOMAS
THOMAS KANE KA4 E and ann OOEtfBN IDLES HILBSAttorneys IDLESAttorneys ir irAttorseys
Attorneys ton AdministratorNotice AdmlnlstratbrNotice Administrator AdministratbrNotice
Notice of Assessment No 4 4WABASH 4 4VABASH 4WABASH
cipal place ef o business Salt Lake City Cit V
Utah Notice NotI is hereby given that at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting of the board of directors held heldon heldon lid Id Idon
on the 4th dav of August 1903 an assess pseesmeat assessment eament ¬
ment of five cents Ie 5c per share was wa
levied on the capital stock of the corpor corporation corporation corpoation ¬
ation payable on or before September September9th r r9th
9th 1938 1 to W v Mont Ferry Fer treasurer treasurerat r rat
at room 908 Auerbach building South Soul
Main street Salt Lake City Clt Utah Any Anystock Anystock Ar Arstock
stock upon which this assessment as ment may mayremain mayremaIn ins insremain
remain unpaid on the tit kh > th day of Sep Sei ¬
tember W03 will b be delinquent deU uent and ad advertised adverUsOd a avertised ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless aadunl at atunless
unless unl payment i Ir made before will be besold 1 1acid
sold on th the 5th day of October 1903 1100pay to topay topaY
pay the delinquent assessment nteJtt together togetherwith t toetlr toetlrwith aethftlwith
with the costs of advertising and the ex expense expen e epens ¬
pen e of s ache aIeW acheW te teW
W MONT FERRY Secretary
Location of o office NoJO No 101 Auerbach rbaeh
building buIlt Salt Lake City tth tthAssessment tltahAssessment utah utahAssessment
Assessment No No8 No8lIELCHmt 8 8MELCHBR 85LSLCHlt
company ftfflce and principal place of
business Salt Lake City Utah Notice Noti
is berebv given that at a meeting Jfte tmg of
the directors held on the he 3d day ot
August Auu t IMS 1410 an assessment ot 2 cents centsoer CeDtsner can cannor
nor share was levied on all the shares sharesoutstanding sliat sliatoutetandinc hUesoutstandlnc
outstanding of the capital stock of the thecorporation thecornoratlon ii iicorporation <
corporation payable on or before the t th 3d
day of September 198 to the necretary necretaryat necretar
at t Hoooor block No 28 2 Bast First South Southstreet Southstreet Sou Soustreet vi
street room No 45 fourth floor Salt St
Lake City Utah Any An stock upon which whichthe whit iii
the assessment ase ment may remain unpaid on t
the 3d day of September 1903 190 will be de deauction d
Unauent and advertised lor for sale at public publicauction pubi pubiauction
auction and unless payment is made be b a ¬
fore so manv wan shares so delinquent as aJ1av asmar j
mar be necessary will be sold on the 18th 18thuav IS th
uav dcv of September S 1903 120 at room 45 Hooper H Hblock Hoop
block Salt Lake City state of Utah Utahtime at atthe atthe
the hour of 2 oclock p m to pay the de dellnuuent d Its ItsIhattuent
llnuuent assessment a nt together togth r with tho thocost th3cost t ho hocost
cost of advertising at and expense of sale saleBv saleB
B 3d WILICINSON fL cfN Secretary ee l lBv
Bv order of te e board of directors salt Sr Llt
Lake City Utah A Aug
Time Table TableIN
S Feb Feb11903 Feb11903AaIv I 11903 11903ARRIVE 1903 1903AImIVE
From Fr om Ogdec Portland Baits
San Francisco Frand co and Omaha SSaia SSaiaFrom 111 20 LIII LIIIFrom ainom
From Fr om Ogden and lateraadlau lateraadlaupoints Ifttrwpoints intrediatepoints
points 111 t3tam t3tamOgdea am am0Kd8R amgden
O Ogdea Cache Valley a1Iey Cfctoage Bttt
at St Louis Omaha Denver and antintermediate
intermediate I points OI ta MM 11 Pm PmFrom pmFrom Pm Pmrom
From F rom Ogden Chicago St fcows
Kansas City Otnaha Dtoavar Dtoavarand I1IRftrand L5aftrand
and San Francteco 446900 446900From 41f6 4 pm pmFrom Pmrom
From F rom Ogttejit 0 cacae Valley
Butte Toraana Portland Bern JPTaa
cIsco S 516 SfMpni SfMpniDEPAST I pm pmDElAJLCZ pmor
For F or Ogdan OhIO Chicago
Denver Kansas City ad ad It St St
Louis 7NaS3 7NaS3Por 1fi 7430or am amFor
For F or 91MI Ogd Ogees Butt Halona Bel J J Jort OCt
land San Fntactooe and iator iatorPer 1
wedlate naeUata points ttI 3 Lm LmFer ainar
Per E ar ORdea Ord OfflaHa CMoaffo atoa
P DndI nver Haas X1n8P8 City St LoSS Loi
ana San ranclsco co J269pm J269pmFor 1151 pm pmFor P15or
For F or Ogden O en Cache Valley VII1I Dea
yer ver Kansas Kan city Oman St Sl
Louis and Chicago ChI 5 pm pmFor pmFo P Por
For Fo F or Ogden Cache VsJ V VSlaY y Butte
Iieicna Portland a 8aJ n Fran
cicco co and intermediate poiotsl234 P am LIDT arnT amT
Act Trafl TraflD Traffic M MD Mg3Ii
A A Q P Sr T A Aphone ACity A ACity
City tiCket 6t office ° lec 3I1 MaL Main street to t Tel TelBally Tele
phone p hone 200 200Daily
Bally except Sundays SundaysCURRENT SUD4JareGD SundyGRANM1
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