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ARE ALL BUSY BUSYgames BUSYGamesSchedutedFor
games GamesSchedutedFor Scheduled For Salt Lake LakeIf
I If Logan and Ogden OgdenVARSITY OgdenYARSlTY
Three football games mes of o more thaa thaapassing thUpwing
passing notice are scheduled for today todayThe to 7 7The
The state university and Agricultural Agriculturalcollege
college will meet in Legan the t1 Fort FortDouglas
H Douglas and Ogden High school will willmeet
meet in Ogden and the Salt st Lake High
school and Collegiate Institute t will meet
at Walkers field in this city The Th big
game wilt be between the varsity and andAggies
AggIe at Logan when the two leading leadingteams leadln
teams of the state will meet for the first firsttime
C time this year This game will be a case caseof easeof
of eleven light fast men going IP p agadnsit agadnsitthe
z the greater reate weight that was over
brought together on a Utah feotball flald fISl
It will be a battle of beef and brawn brawnagainst
r against speed and nerve and the Outcome
in I problematical This is the ette sii game of
the year the Aggies will try to win and
from information coming from the Cache Cachevalley Casksvalley
valley town they fee confident of doing doingeo
eo On the other hand the varsity stu ¬
dents look upon the game as a walkaway walkawayand
and it is this difference of opinion that thatmakes thatmakes
makes sport interesting The east bench benchstudents benctstudents
students leave for Logan at S oclock this thismorning
morning on a special train and will return re ¬
turn home tonigh after the game They Theywill Theywill
will be accompanied by several hundred hundredrooters hundredrooters
rooters rootersThe rootersI
I The soldiers also leave on the Logan Loganspecial Loganspeelal
special for Ogdci where they play the thegdn
Ogden gdn Hltfh school This ought to be agood a agood
good game and what the Ogden boys lack
in weight they will make up in speed
Here in Salt Lake the Salt Lake High HighBchool
Bchool will make Its first appearance appearanceagainst
against the Collegiate Institute Intlt t The lat ¬
ter aggregation is a new w one and their theirability
ability is something of a conjecture The Thescholars
scholars hav been tried this th1 season seasonaganst
aganst Logan and have proved them themselves ¬
selves a goad team This game will com commence ¬
Thence at 330 3 JO p m mSeoond u
i Seoond H S 2 Lake Him A A Ot O C CThe
Y 4 The second High school team defeated d fa4ed
A j the Lake Rim Athletic club football team teamyesterday
I A yesterday by a score of S to Q in one or
fS the hardest fought games seen for some
I time The lineup was as follows
Second H S Lake Rim A C
Harris L K Anderson L
CB L T Doolen I
Asterta sert L G 0Tibbab Tlbbahi I
0 Kg C Slmth I
iJBltiill mmu B G Hilton HiltonT I
as84 B T Earl Earliw
k iw R K L Needtuun NeedtuunQ I
w Q B Wilson L
Berkley aidikyI L H B v Barb ais aisR I
i R H B Hide HideJul
0 Jul Hallows Seoettd Team Wins WinsThe
The All Hallows second team defeated defeatedW 4f te L
lbs W training school yesterday in a a foe > t
laD same by a score of 11 to S All Hal
lam tow lined up AS follows C Mclaughlin
t hW b W Wallace 1 h b T Schmut
0 rath r h b p T Bryant 1 e C Fran Fransham
sham s r e G Curiey r t C Bunting
I L J Butler q b N Hogan c f
l iFPatch P kh Paces Mile in 1 159 14 14Lowering 1
Lowering Previous Mark
2 14 Seconds SecondsI
I lIngto2 Kinatoo Ky Oct 1C ItDeit Dan Patch Patchbroke
broke the worlds pacing record PatchI to toBon U Uoninanexhibttlunmlleheretodsj I
Bon oninanexhibttlunmlleheretodsj In an exhibition mile here today todaycame r rcame
came within onequarter second of ofesjvaling ci C
esjvaling ling hie own sulky record The pre preTWUS
1 TWUS pacing record to a wagon was 2nQHc 2ul
made ade by Little LAtt Boy on the Memphis track
iT Pan an Patch clipped two and onequarter onequartert onequartelecends trackr r
t conds off this record and went the mile milein
in ii 159 159The
The champion stallion king of pacers pacerswas pacersb
b was accjiip acflpnie4 nled in his round of the thetrack
track by two runners driven < by Hudson Hudsonand thit t
and Magubv His time bvquarters by quarters was
H iP3 = 1 I29 9 l 1i fc His third Quarter Quarterwas quartswas wagr r
was made in 294 9 seconds Track and andweather aem I
weather conditions today were perfect perfectlour
lour thousand people saw the perfectI record I
broken and cheered Driver McHenry ius iustily
tily tll as a he went under the wire Dan uoI I
Patch to owned by M W Savage of Min Miniiapolls Mm
iiapolls The thlctyflrst thl tyflrst annual meet ¬
ing of the Kentucky Kcit cky Trotting Horse 5
4 Hreeders acnooiatlon ca came > ne to a close to ¬
day Summary SummaryThe
The Blue Grass 219 l9 trotting purse 2000 2000Jay 0
Jay McGregor won three straight heats I
hi 210 l4 2ii1 209 Kinney Lou Lady Lad V
Patehle Judge Greene and Cole Direct Directalso Vt t
also started startedKentucky
Kentucky yearold trott trottIn trotters pura P
flfl0Sadie Mee won two stright puraC heat heatin C
In 213 2I Sll Katherine A lassie A and andvViina ani I
Q F vViina N also 110 Etnrted sttrtedC
C 109 119 trlass trotUug purse l5oMKIn 150 MKJn MKJnVy
Vy won the th third fourth and fifth heats I
Jn JT 507 O7 tMM 2Q6 20 209 Majiton won the tb
first heat in J 23 Kell Kuser won the theFcond thi thiond
Fcond ond heat In 2w Maxine Wentworth
lillon I ilon Boy and Palm Leaf also started
k 3K class pacing iig purse 11000 l00QRed Red Bird Birdwon I Iwoe
won two straight heats beet In 210 21014 209 20
Mary Max Gordon Dutch Mefrer Beaver
Money Mask Alley H and Kffle Zft Afton At toi a
r sirn Iso started startedDatf
J t Datf Patch to beat worlds pacing r roe < H Hprd >
I 4 prd of 2 2it 1 to wag wagn MI Time by quarters C
20M M tWH 129 lSV4 lSV4This 15P
This ICuiaber of Autos Make Trip i
Kew ew Tork to Pittalwirp
Plttsburg Oct 1C 11n in the New York
Pittshurg endurance run the number of ofentries o f fentries
entries were fortytwo and th thu number r
t of starters
thlriyfour There are now not
In the Pittsbnrg garage after having
Cjwred the entire dfarianee dfri ance on schedule C
it lime me twentythree Klne 1n0 dropped out outor nu t tr
or r had to le leave ve th the contest at various I
I points t ° lnth along the line Despite all obata obatail
il > 5 nine car reached all of t the ear earngP rarOJEPS
OJEPS on > n time or within a few minutes I
q utter the dewing hour None but Amer
lan en tires tir wrr u ts <
si i on any of tho ars a I
Two more cars arrived tonight and with ii
their registry th < tt Of f the racers are at e
accounted for forTWO trI trTWO
l Hardware and Picked Teams Meet t in inMatch i 1 1Match
Match Games OamesTwo GamesTwo
Two match frames of l owling > were
rayed last evening The Rtrevell SZre elIPattet Patter
son on team defeated the Kin ng Hardware C
team at th thoHarmonle > Harmonle alleys by a total ii
score Ntr Of ZI7 201 to 18T9 iv At the th o1endoailPys oIlemiT
Billys two teams of picked players from fromnmong roe roeemong
nmong the bowlers who made up the th i icity
city league tost s sason a on played o cl tIne wc wcrfe
rrt > rfe of three >
games The fl foUowinp Pt <
were the results j jStrevellPattersoE
StrevellPattersoE Team TeamCrabbe Teamrabbe
Crabbe CrabbeRogers rabbe 177 337 r > 1S5 iif iif10R 4
0 Rogers RogersMilan ION r 94 < 4 JOO 78 3 3C li I IMilan
Milan MilanStevenson C 12x 1 1 ir 7 124 ii M M1S3 5 5t
t Stevenson 1S3 Ii2 i 1 jo 0 122 C17 C17Total 61 7 I ITotal
t Total 2017 2017King 2il 7
ct King Hardware Co Team Teaml
I l Ddekin > vlekin Ira a 1 4 < KK r I
Hoopen ft tio lie p ir ns 149 49 442 z zp
Koiinher 1 uoher uoherGoddard us ST 4 W y p
Goddard 11 119 b L3 1B4 47K 4 4Total
Total Totalamble
amble 140 174 1
Talametittu 153 l2 I a
3 SpIts 152 144
liamiltilu 1 190 190Total 1
Total 1
I lrobert 1 117 UI
S Spitz 131 i4J d
ittivers 1401il1 iz
0 Smith 1 159 13i Pt
Ttat p4
Young Y oung Corbett and Ben Jordan JordanSJn JordanSn
SJn Articles ArticlesMENPO
t 4
i New ew fork Oct 18 liChainifon Champion Young YOUngrbett
Corbett rbett ant Ben Jordan the JfegUsk fee featherweight feeherweight ¬
therweight t champion have been matched matchedmeet
I if meet toe the worlds featfeerwetgh featfeerwetghchampionship
championship c clu The match has been hang hangg
i ing lu g fire for several months but the
I fighters fl deters representatives were unable to tocome
I come c ome to termsuntil team until today when articles articlesof
of o f agreement were signed
The fight will take place before the
Hayes H ayes VaMsy VaAthIetIo Athletic club elubof of tan n Fran lra
dsco d eco about the middle of December and ai aiill
will w ill be Knitted to twenty rounds The Thers Thsigters
igters rs have agreed to post a forfeit of
each with Harry Corbett just as asas asose
i s ose as Jorda Jord reaches this country The TheitgUhman
itgUhman hman will leave for America on onnext asext
next n ext Wednesday
The weight agreed upon by the fight fighters fightra
ers e ra is 128 1 pounds on the day ef f the cod cosl codeat
1t l test testNEIL eat
Premier p remier Bantamweights Go GoTwenty GoTwenty
Twenty Fast and Fun Furious ¬
ous Rounds RoundsLos
Los Angeles Oct ItFrankle Frankie veil eC o osn
San sn Francisco champion bantamweight bantamweightpugilist bantamweightugi1is
pugilist p ugi1is and Johnny Kegan of Brooklyn Brooklynt
f oufht tmjy rouads to a draw tonight
a t liasara s pavilion It was onemt one of tm taeastest >
fastest f t fights ever witnessed here Both Bothwere Bothere
were w ere willing to mix it at all times and
the t he result was that the referee had plenty
of o f work to do in going between them
Nell N eil forced the pace at most stages en
deaverlng d time urn and again to land his left
ripping r uppercut but only once did It
land l tan and flush It put Regan down downand
and a nd he took the count to get the rest
He H got up Immediately and put Neil
dewn d wn with a terrific left on the Jaw
Regans best blow was a right upper upperut
cut c ut and he repeatedly landed it on NeWs
face f ace and body Neil started every ever round
with w ith a rush and several times carried crriiedegan
Regan R egan through the ropes But each time
ha h e good naturedTy assisted the Brooklyn
lad l to his feet After the fourteenth fourteenthround
round r Neil fought desperately and at
times t wildly In his efforts to get in a
knockout k punch but Regan was too tooclever
clever c to be caught napping Regan dM
the t he better footwork and was the better
boxer b oxer at long range Neil found this out outing
a nd kept berths In to fght for the body
R egans ducking ing was clever and he got gotout
out o ut of some tight corners by lit h fast fartootwork
footwork t Neil showed up better at atclose
close c range milling
After the decision hundreds crowded crowdedKut
Kut bout Began to shake his hlahand hand and con
tulate him upon Ira showing Nell Nellwas
was the favorite in the betting at 10 to 1
but ut Regan did not lack for supporters supporterscad
cad r ad a large amount of money was wag
red e on the outcome Nell thought the
decision d of Referee Byton was fair and
Iwd h d no complaint complaintWA3CTS complaintWANTS
Tack J JI ack Clifford Anxious to Meet eet Kid KidFredericks KidPrederloks
I Fredericks Again AgainJack gain
Jack JackClifford Clifford who was defeated by b Kid
Fredericks F at Helena last week is out outwith
i with Ith another challenge to meet FredrfeKs FredrfeKsand
and a at nd offers to bet 500 on the result winner winnerto
to t o take He entire gate receipts Clifford Cliffordays
seys ays he Jd not do a days training or
h hti last fight as he had been told that
Fredrlcks was an easy mark and would wouldTilt
q Tilt ut on the first punch Here is what
J aik Me has to say
My only excuse for kwmg is that I Iwas
was not in condition To tell the truth I
dM d id not train at all I had never seen
Fredericks and was told by my advtaera advtaerathat
that t I did not have to tram that I had hadan
an a n easy thing and a punch on the Jaw Jawwould jawwould
would make Fredericks quit I did no noroad
road r work whatever and sustained my ¬
s self elf on mush and milk and such food
The hardest work I did for that fight fightasMe fIghtside
a side from a little duck shooting was wasto waso
to t o dance with the girls at Boulder Sprrngs Sprrngsand 3prtgand
and a nd play slough f I was too confident ana anawHl annwill
will net make the mistake again I found foundearly foundarly
early e m the game that my wtndyas wiad rras rrasshort
short s also that Fredericks could stand standstiff
a stiff punch When I went Into the
ring r ieg I weighed 134 pound while I was
informed I that Frederick weighed 144 144potmds 144uds
p potmds Of O course the conditions called calledor
for f or catch weights I have no kick comlnv comlnvand oomIn oomInlid
and s lid will admit that I was fairly and andsquarely
squarely a licked but my only excuse andi is isthat i
that I was overconfident and not in con ¬
d dition If this match is arranged I want wantthree wantthree
three weeks to tram in I would pretet
that t the fight should take place at Ana Anaconda ¬
conda c If the match is arranged I will
train t faithfully as I realize that Fred Fredericks ¬
licks c to no easy game However j want wanta
a chance to redeem myselfand myself and convince convincemy convincemy wanti i
my friends that I am the better man
Should I Jose this fight I will go 0 bacK bacKo
to t o work and never talk fight again againAfter a aAfter
After Pardon For Phil Green GreenA
A number of the friends in this city of ofPhil ofPhil
Phil Green the former Salt Lake boxer boxerwho boxerwho
who got In with bad company In Mon Montana Manans ¬
tana t ans and ft IK claimed took part in a aholdup 1 1oldup
holdup b for which he was sentenced to tofew tOyems
few f years m the Montana penitentiary penitentiaryare penitentlaryI
are a re drcwlathuc a petition to have Green Greenpardoned Greenardoned I
p pardoned ardoned While living in Salt Lake LakeGreea LcGeese
Geese bore a good reputation and when whenhe whene
he b e was arrested on the charge of highway highwayrobbery highwIrobbsry
robbery fate friends in Salt Lake L cqnld cqnldhardly cqildhardly
hardly believe the report was true Green
dd net appear to be that kind of a a boy boyaj boyslid
aj slid d WM one of the most gentlemanly genUemaUl3xer
b boxers xer that ever performed In Salt Lake LakeBBSTJLTS Lake16ULTS
Osmeat Oats a Third in 285 Paoe PaoeRace Paoeace
Race RaceBoise ace aceBoles
Boise Ida Oct 16 16There There was again a atlu I
crowd of Lil peOpt t the fair grcund II I
tlu this afternoon Summary of races I i
First race 214 trot trotMack Muck Mack won wonCumraonwealth i
Commonwealth secord Blrney K third thirdBest I IBest i
Best time tlmo21L tlmo21LSecond 21K 21KSecond <
Second race 226 2 pace pieeVisiop Vision won Ore Oregon Oregon ¬
gon Maid second Osmont third Best L I
Um t ime2124 2121 > i i
Third race running seven furk furiugs > ngs
Qltasando won Inbred second Assess Assessment ¬
ment i third Time Tlmel 129 t5 t5Fourth 5 5Fourth I
Fourth race three and a half furlongs furlongsrunning 1uroitgsrunningBilly
running runningBilly Billy Mahan won Rattler Bather sec second seeond ¬
ond Classas third Time Tlme41 Tlme41NBBLASXA O I INEBRASKA
Always iwa in Front Captures Big Ceurs Courslug f fing
lug Brent at FriendsN 1rlemidMebFriend b j j
Friend Neb Oct 16 16Always Always In Front Fronta
a Nebraska hound owned by W B Mai Maicom tal talcorn
com of York Neb today woothe woo the allage allagest ailagistiike
stiike st tk s the biggest coursing event eventsncieri dog j j
fanciers have witnessed for years yearsIn yearsthe
In the second round of the allage stake stakethe I
the t he following dogs won Lord Butt Buttwned Buttowned
owned by L F Bartels Denver Little LittleKva LittliEva
Eva owned by W V B Malcolm York YorkNeb
Neb Iarty Iad Allen owned by C K Root RootXew RootNtw
Xew Richland Minn Winston owned by bySmith b bVt
Vt Cannon ciyae Kan Lord St I
lair owned by C A HMtgTove Omaha I i
Northern Express owned by Blake an anSmIth
Smith Butte Mont Kintla Klntl owned by b
Q H McDougal Butte Mont Trouble Troublesome Tnubtesome ¬ i
some owned By Wilson and Allen Vic Victor Vktot ¬
tot la Janes N owned by Angelo Nolce
Denver Lord Baffle owned by L F
Bartels Denver Always In Front owned owne i
by W V B Maiconi York Neb Our Min Minnie Mm Mmnie ¬
nie owned by Wilson and Allen Vic ¬
tor la laIn IaIn
In the third round the winners were
Little Eva Lady Allen Northern Ex Express ExPiUSS ¬
press Troublesome Lord Baffle Alway t
In Front FrontIn Prodtin
In the fourth rotond the winners were
Lady AlleQ Allen Northern Express Always AlwaysIn Aiwa
In Front Trwiihlesome TrwiihlesomegemiftMl
gemiftMl round Lady Allen beat t
Northern Express Always In Front beat beatFinal boa L LPffials
Final Pffials jAJwaye In Front beat Lady A Al
ten cloffgth eIeslg the < > stake with Always 1 Ii
Front winner i Lady iuy Alice ruaner ruenoep e and aol I
Northern Bxpreas third I
Correspondents Corresp nd nts in the Far East Still Think That Russia RussiaandJapan flussJaand
andJapan and 4apan Cannot Avoid a Test of ofMilitary OfMilitary
Military Strength
T r ONDOH Oefc Oe 17 17Special Special corre correspondente caereeeaUise
L Ls spondente ° oantiMue to send In InAiqmiing InI
Aiqmiing I utlng rportoof riporla of the RussoJap RussoJapanese RussoJapass ¬
anese s ass tdtuatlottu The correspondent at atChefoo athqfoo
Chefoo hqfoo of the Corning ornng Post has gone to toWeiHalWei toeIHa1W4wbii
WeiHalWei W eIHa1W4wbii wheace he cables cablesI
I am infor inforgiedlu md In trustworthy qua quarters quarn ¬
teP te ters rn that Jap Japan a has landed troops at atPins Uting
Pins P ing Tan at the outlet of Korea bay bayIt bayIs
It Itcr Is currently reported that the confer conference condories ¬
ence cr ies of the Russian and Japanese au authorities auoritlea ¬
thorities th thpa oritlea has been rattle futlleThe i iThe
The correspondent at Hakodate Ja Japan Ian ¬
pan pa paus n df the Daiftr Mailannounces Mafl announces un unusual usual ¬
usual us ual military activity there saying
100000 1e o0l men havfij iav been concentrated at atakodate
Hakodate H Hin In readlaess for embarkation embarkatIonevent
In inen event of hoetiUUee The correspond correspondent ¬
en enIn ent t adds that tuipqdoes or edees are being laid
1 In the ports of western Japan JapanEussi JapanBusd1a
Eussi TTaeasyOther TTaeasy UseesyOther
Other of the Daily Mails correspond correspondent ¬
ent en t report the recall by Japan of her hermilitary herittary
j military m ittary commission which has teen teenexamining leenxamining
examining e the Swiss wlsa hospital system systemand systemnd
7 and a nd the uneasiness of Russian authori authortes ¬
ties ti es as to the capabilities of Port Ar Arthur Arur ¬
t thur th ur to resist attack from its land ap aproaches ¬
I roaches proachesThe p roachesThe
The Daily M41 points out that Ha Haodate ¬
i kodate k Is the port which would be used
Office 2484Washingtort Pwe Saturday October 17
General G Demand That He Run RunFor
For Mayor MayorDemocratic MayorDemocraticCouncil Democratic DemocraticCouncil
Council Tickst Named NamedFor
For the cOUncil First ward wardB R H Bn Bnaign
aign si gn fouryear term William Emmett Smmetttwoyear
twoyear t term termSecond
Second Ward WidFrsd Fred V Vail fouryear j
term te rm Martin Cullen twoyej r term j
Third Ward WardPater Pater Anderson fouryear fouryearterm
term t erm Asael Sael twoyear term termFourth
Fourth Ward WardCllr Cttrtf Flygare fouryear fouryearterm fouryearerm
term t erm Max Davidson twoyear term 1 1Fifth
Fifth Ward WirdW W Roilo Kmmett four fouryear
year y ear term J W F Volker twoyear twoyearterm
term termThe t erm
The Democratic primaries In each wrd wrdlast jird
last l ast night wer were well attended There Therewere
were w ere none of the fierce contests which whichpacked
packed p acked the halls the previous evening eveningwhen
when w hen the Republicans nominated their theircandidates
candidates c for the council and no tao factional ¬
tional t bitterness bltte nesr remains Those who whogathered
gathered g at the primaries proceeded proceededi
i about a the work ef the nominations in a acareful aareful
careful c businesslike manner the idea ideabeing Ideaeing
being b to put up candidates who wilt be berepresentative bepresentative
representative re of all interests of the city cityand cityand
and who i will command support for their theirintegrity
integrity l abilityand progressiveness progressivenessFor
For mayor the sentiment seemed to be becrystallising berystaiflalng
crystallising c around Henry W Gwllliam
There T here Is a general demand for his nomin nomination nomintion ¬
ation a tion It is believed he wll accept and andcan andan
can c an win The convention meets this thismorning thisorning
morning m at 1030 > Probably Frank J Can Cannon Canon ¬
non n on will be temporary chairman and at atany atny
any a ny rate he will make an address The Thedelegates
delegates d are areFirst
First wardJoseph Hall E M M4onws M4onwsThomas onway
Thomas Emmett Hyrum Filigree John JohnWIntle JOIIUWintle
WIntle Aim Flanders John C Baker BakerMrs
Mrs Orson Riser EHxa I Oakey and B
H Ooddard OoddardSecond
Second Ward WardM M D Leasenxer Mrs S SMnnock SWOt
B WOt B 0 Connafly Pter Mnnock MnnockRobert
C rbarIea Tyree S W Badoon Robert RobertShipley Roberthlplay
Shipley S and Mrs Martfti Martt CulUn CulUnThirdWard
ThirdWard ThIrdWacdPeter Peter Anderson Joseph
Hrbertson H James Harrop Asset Farr FarrJ
J S Callahan C A Johnson D Dgipfjtnam a Rig
gipfjtnam g hr thm and Louis Lofgreen LofgreenF LofgreenFourth
F Fourth > nrth WardChris Ward Chris Flygare E S Rp Bopp
lapp 1 pp 4 K Pratt T D Johnson John JohnSeaman Jobneaman
Seaman S eaman H H Ooddard F A Shields ShieldsDaniel
Daniel Hamer W L Porter H W
Gwllliam G willlam Max Davidson and Valentine ValentineOMeon
OMeon OMeonFifth G ideon
Fifth Ward WardFrank Frank J Cannon W W
Browning Albert Scowcroft S i S Smith SmithS
T S Browning E A LittlefleTd T H HBallantyne HBallantyn
Ballantyne Jnhn S Codew George A APoulter Aoulter
Poulter P M Mrs rs Joan Emmett and Mrs H HB ILB
B Woodmans WoodmansSLTTGGBD
Unknown Young Man Uppercuts a aHoldup aHoldup
Holdup HoldupAn
An attempt at holdup was made last lastnight matight
night n about 11 oclock the intended vic victim vieint ¬
tim t int being a young youn man employed in the thecar thear
car c ar shops of the Southern Pacific He Hethe Hewan
wan wilking along Grant avenue when whenthe
the robber shoved a pistol In his face facewith facewith
with the usual demand to throw up Ms Mshands hisands
hands h The young man promptly com compiled ¬
piled p lied but did so in such a manner that thatone thatne
one o ne of his fists caught the he robber on the thepoint thepoint
point of the Jaw Thereupon the young youngellow
fellow f made mad his escape likewise the hold holdup holdp ¬
up u p In the excitement the Intended vic victim viein ¬
t tim got away after reporting the cir circumstances ¬
cumstances c to the police without the of officers ¬
ficers f learning his name nameBBPTTBLICA2C
Will Rename Present Officers and andPraise
Praise Their Conduct ConductThe ConductThe
The Republican efty convention will willmeet Willmet
meet this morning inon at 11 oclock in the thecounty theounty
county court houce for the purpose of re renominating tonominating
nominating the following officers as can ¬
didates for avpUurr term Mayor Wit Wit1am ¬
liam 1 Glasmann recorder W J Critcfa
kw k W attorney John Joh E Bagley police policeustiee
justice Albert Powell auditor Mrs
Hattie Brown treasurer Robert Moyes I
The convention will also adopt the plat ¬
form the substance of which has already alreadyeen
been l een determined jftclng elaborate praise
to the present administration for pros prosperity prostT ¬
perity tT and municipal Improvement and andshifting andshifting
shifting the re resoOlldbJlIty > onfJblUty for failure to
fulfill the promise of two years ago re regarding togarding ¬
garding the obtaining of the waterworks waterworksNew waterworksNew
New Publication Incorporated IncorporatedArticles IncorporatedArticles
Articles incorporating the th Utah State
Journal Publishing company were filed filedyesterday filedyesterday
yesterday In the office of the county
clerk c The capital stock to SSOOH the thealue
value t per share being SB 5 There are a aOui out
100 1 00 stockholders The articles give ibe ibecorporation be becorporstton
corporation scone to engage In all kinds kindsof kindiof
of newspaper publishing business The Thiofficeto j
officers are Frank J Cannon president I IW
W W Browning vice president E A
LittlefleUl secretary and treasurer and andthe andthe
the otlfer directors are William W WBrowning WBrowning
Browning Robert S Joyce Henry W WGwiliIm v vQwilliam
Qwilliam and R E Wlndle WlndleTo WIndleTo
To Sfaka Crackers CrackersThe CrackersThe
The Ogden Cracker A Biscuit company companyyesterday companyyesterday
yesterday filed Its articles of incorpora incorporation ¬
tion The capital stock subscribed is Ii Iili000 I
15000 hi e shares of fMO lO0 each The of offleets
fleets and principal owners are George A ACraig ACraig
Craig president Myrtillo Shaw vice vicepresident vicepresident
president secretary and treasurer and andC
C E Hoffman These three form the thebosrd t
board of directors and bold all but thirty thirtyof thirtyof
of the shares of stock stockThe
The company takes over the machinery machineryfactory
supplies and plant of the Crai trackei trackeifactory L
factory hitherto operated by George A ACraig ACraig
Corrected the Record
Judge Hart yesterday made an order fit fitthe UiP I
the case of Davidson against Munsey Munseycorrecting Munse Munsecorrecting P
correcting the Mil of exceptions In HC nccordance
cordance with the farts in the record recordThe recordThe
The matter will now go to the supreme supremecourt rupremicourt
court on n the question whether the bill of ofexceptions ii t texceptions
exceptions can be corrected aft nftr r being beingonce beln
once submitted although submitted In InerroneouH Ii IierrOflOoUK i >
form formHat
erroneouH i iHat
Hat Wants WantsThe
The wearer who wants the benefit of ofthe ol olthe r
the correct shapes finds it in our Miller MillerWarburton MillerWarburton
Warburton or Denny Derbies DerbiesTERRY I IBROWIC
166 16 Main Street StreetA
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A Winning Hat HatOur HatOur I
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in the event if f Japan sending an au expe ¬
dition against Vladlroetock and says saysthat
that such a large concentration iff 4T1roops iffta
1roops ta there ahowe that part of the Ja Jatse iaDanese
Danese tse army has been quietly mobil mobilteed
lined linedI teed teedI
I Jt was rumored on the Cardiff CaxdI coal coalexchange coalI
I exchange yesterday that both Russia Russiaand Russiaand
and Japan were seeking large put putchases parchases
chases of Welsh coal coalI
I I Poets in Korea KoreaCabling KoreaCabling
Cabling from Tientsin the corre correspendent correspendent
spendent of the Standard saysa sayC visitor visitorl
l to Yongampho Korea reports one Rus Russian tua tuaslea ¬
sian fort already built uflt there and an another another ¬
other In course of construction The TheRussians TheRussians
Russians are said to be extendta extending the theboundary theboundary
boundary of their leased territory south southofTaesan southof
ofTaesan ofTaesanThe of Taesan I IThe
The Morning Post dJecueslns the ru rumors rumars ¬
mars of the partition of Korea and of ofth4 ofthe
the erection of Russian ferts at Yon Yongampho Yougampho ¬
gampho etc declares that under no nocircumstances noI
I circumstances would Japan consent to tothe tothe
the partition of Korea because to tomit per permit ¬
mit Russia to absorb a portion would wouldonly wouldonly
only be a prelude to the annexation of ofthe ofthe
the whole of Korea The paper adds addsthat addsthat
that the AngloJapanese agreementprovides agreement agreementprovides
provides expressly for the maintenance maintenanceof
of Korean Integrity and it is thereloreuiiIlkey therefore thereforeunlikely
unlikely that Russia has brecte erected the theforts theforts
forts referred to
Huntsvilles H First FirstOfficers Officers Sworn Swornin
in and Public Rejoicing RejoicingMarks
Marks the Event EventHuntsvlUe
HuntsvlUe is nawa city in fact Today
there t are at two municipalities In Web Weber Weberunty r rcounty
county co unty The officers of the town wer wersworn were
sworn s In yesterday and the occasion 600000ade was wasmade
made m ade a general holiday About twenty twentyy
five f1 y guests Including city and coumy coumyofficers
officers o and newspaper men went IIP
from fr om Ogden asguests asguestsThe
The town has 1150 iI60inhabttano inhabitants 1 a Wt W Wschool I
school a house and a newly organized brass brassand
band bandCounty b and andCounty
County Clerk Holllngsworth admtais admtaistered adsainisered
tered t the oaths of > office and presented presenteda presentedgavel
a gavel to Mayor Kelson elson The Theprogramhme programme programmewas
was W ag as given below
Song S ong America Ainerlc Ainerlcnvocation Chtyr
Invocation i C FSchade F Schade
Song S ong District School Children
Congratulatory C address addressDavid David McJCay
Solo S olo Uxzfe Schade SchadeAddresses SCIISIICddresses
Addresses A by William G ti Wilson CRHolllngsworth CR
Holllngsworth Joseph Bailey Ed Edwin 1 1Howell
win Dlx H IL o1app Albert
Howell William v Driver and andCharles
Charles F Mlddletim
Recitation R Miss May Lofgreen LofgreenAdministering 1
Administering A oath of office to L M >
Nelson mayor Albert Engstrom Engstrommarshal dMtOsi dMtOsimarshal
marshal Mary AJMB Felt recorder recorderPeter recorderP
Peter P ter A Anderson treasurer treasurerPiter
Piter C Geertson Justice C W WWright WVtight
Wright John Hall Joseph L
Peterson Wllhart gchde gchdeMayorelect ehtde ehtdeMayorelect
Mayorelect Nelson made a shOrtress short JwJT
drese d ress and the choir gave a song which whichwas whielas
was w as followed by the benediction by b Angus AngusMcKay
McKay McKayThescene McKayThe >
Thescene The scene oC o the celebration was tlwu tlwushifted the I
shifted s to the Relief society ball when whena 1
a banquet ef f the meet etfefeerate awr awrtasteful t
tasteful t kind was served servedSuit
Suit on Notas NoterJohn f fJohn r
John Affilck yesterday filed an action actionagainst actIbgaleet
against a John Jones and n4 Ernest Sterfetat Stqyuo
to t o recover on two promissory notes the theamount S
amount of 5 MM 8J9 witbcotta and Intedfeiu IntedfeiuOgden InazA
Ogden Briefs f fGeorge
George Busch Instructor Instrp t in the Slit St1 I
School S ChOOL for the Deaf has been called
Garland G arlan4 to attend th the bedside of H
brother b who Is very Ill with typhoU tYPhetever I
fever feverCouncilman f ever everCouncilman
Councilman Hewlejtt was In U Ute Junc ¬ r
tion City yesterday from the capital capitalJnei capitalJoel
Joel J Harris has accepted a DosllhM DosllhMbegin nositigwith
with Wright store the new service ii a
begin on the expiration of his terra tur turteacher w I
t teacher with the public schools schoolsThe schoolsThe
The Child Culture CuiturecluJwllt clubwillmeet et today todayat tod
at 3 oclock with Mrs F R Christensen I
756 7 5 Twentyfourth street streetThe streetThe
The next attractionbooked attraction booked by Man Manager Menger ¬
a ager ger Clark for appearance at the Graai I
Opera house is 1 Warde and James m h a
Alexander the Great GreatMr GreatMr
Mr and Mrs R A LJneiey are in Ii a
Ogden from rum Evanston visiting friends friendsCAN friendsCAN
State Bank Made a Depository Tjy TjyCounty b r rCounty
County Treasurer W O Oarbis OarbisCounty CarbisCounty
County Treasurer William O Carols I Ia
hag h a designated the State Bank of Mur Murray Mtiray ¬
ray r ay as a depository for county funds fundsand fundsnd
and a nd has appointed A F Savage cash cashier ¬
ier l et of the bank as deputy for the per purpose perose ¬
pose p ose of collecting taxes The arrange arrangement arrangelent ¬
lent is effective today and is without withoutexpense t txpense
expense e to the county countyThe CountyThe
The object objectuare are to ti accommodate tax taxpayers tupayers ¬
payers in the southern part of the theMurray tin C Ccounty
county so they can pay thqlr taxes a t
Murray without coming to Salt Laic Laicand Laki Lakiand
and to relieve the rush of business ct ctthe i ihe
the t he treasurers office at certain times of ofthe a f fthe
the year yearABTICLBS yearABTICLBS
The Western Development Construc Construction ¬
tion company yesterday filed articles Construtit of o oincorporation it
incorporation The objects of the Incor Incorporation lncoiI ¬
poration as stated include railway con construction I ¬
struction and the buying and selling coltI of ofreal e ereal I
real estate It is capitalized f for or ftHftOOQ ig0 I
divided Into 5000 shares of the value of c if Iif
100 each The company also owns vari various cI I ¬
ous mining claims in Big Cottonwool Cottonwoolmining Cottonwocmining 4
mining district The officers are Fred Frederick Ftderich ¬
erick M Steele of Chicago president presidentof L
Charles L Furey of Chinago vice prig
dent L V Pitcher of Chicago peeretar y
and treawutor They with IV P Barns S
of Reekford pi4 Ue > and nd J H Powers P ra of ofThe m if
Bamboo Wis are directors directorsThe
The Cache Valley Condensed MJlk
Creamery company of Logan is capttal capttalretary I Iand
l and for divided Into 0 abstog c cthe
the value oCj0 each Loreltzo Ranee I Iwho
who owns 200 shares is presidett Josop
Howell fosp l4ent S B Miiteesei Miiteeseirotary 5
rotary and treasurer and nd these with wit
Soren Hansen and David Kcclea are dl dlFUNBBAIi d I Iteeters
The remains of B F Devthv the yeasman young
man who died ia the city Jail L jut an Thurs I ¬
day will be shipped from the Taylor Ta lot un I ¬
dertaking establishment to f I
Wye Wy todAy where his family A
telegram was received from the de deceaseds di I Iceaseds ¬
ceaseds mother yesterday asking that thi il
this course bstakea bstakeaThe bstakenThe
The remains of Mrs J U Stout who whocommitted wb 0 0committed
committed suicide on onTuesday Tuesday last wui we
be buried In the City cemetery this a atte attenoon ter terFuneral
noon noonFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of C
Mrs K Iverson who died at the Infirm Infirmary InfWIIary ¬
ary of ol old agp yesjerday wIU T Tthe be heM a it
the Mill C Cday Ctek meeting aoiib at2
day Mrs Iverson was a ngve ve of Nor Nore Nd r rWay
Way a rd was 86 years of ee e when the theAtkinson U e
end came cameAtkinson
Atkinson Whltworth Whitworthwhe wno was klled by l II
a street car last Wednesday was b bunt
in the City cemetery yesterday yesterdayThe yester4ayC yester4ayAMUSPMB1lPS
The cloning performances of The ri me
Storks will be given at the Salt Lake L to
theatre today todayFor todayFor
For the Best
Night Nightcloths Robes and Pajamas He a
cloths and patterns patternsBROWN patbrnsI3ROWN
166 l Main Street StreetAsk
Ask your grocer forVienna for Vlenfli Model ModelOread Mod ModDread el
Dread Its the best
ISott lrs rort Pi Negroes Hesfst HesfstArrest RitArrestOne
Arrest ArrestOne One of Them ThemfinallyShot
finallyShot finallyShotMcKeesoort Flnatly Shot ShotMcKeesport
McKeesoort Pa Oct E1 1C itAS As the remit remitof
of an attempt by tkr three officers to arrest arrestnegroes
negroes at Glassport tonVht toiiZ Constable
William SMvMa of Gtassport aged 44 44waS
was shot through the heart and almost
instantly killed and Peter Melvin one
of the negroes was shot dead by Patrick
Kelley For some time several negroes
have been creating trouble and were al alSnields
ways tandy to pick a quarrel
Today they attempted tt shoot Wflliant
Shields and Officer Joseph Morris who
swore in Patrick Keliey as a special of ¬
fleet The three men started for the thescene
scene of the trouble They found one of
the men in company with another negro
named Patrick Melvin The officers officersstarted
started forward calling on the curroes
to surrender Morris caught Melvin by
the arm and upon Melvin attempting re is
clstanee Constable Shields started for i iward
ward to help Monjs Melvin pulled a re revolver ¬
volver from his pocket and fired Shields
fell to the ground with a bullet in his hisloose
heart and Melvin wrenching himself
loose 1 ° ke escaped escapedKeliey
Keliey encountered Melvin entering eaterinhnw a
store near by and attempted to place
idle under arrest Both men opened fire
each emptying ate revolver and Mclvm
staggered and fell lie was taken to a
nearby store where he died within a a few fewminutes
minutes Two doctors of McKeesport had
been called fo attend the wounded men menI
I but by the lime they arrived both Shields Shieldsand
and nd Melvin had died It is thought that
the third negro escaped on a freight train trainand tral
and officers started out to capture him
Chief of Police E S McGow was wa also alsonotified alsonotified
notified and with a detective is search
lug for the negro
negroa x xPERSONAL
C P Lamprey of Chicago general man manjer
jer of the Erie Dispatch is at the theJtutsferd
Jtutsferd where he te holding a a con ¬
foresee with the following western repre representatives reprosentaUves ¬
sentatives of his road C W Colby San
Francisco B T Sweaty Seattle H P
Potter Denver DenverMrs DenverMrs
Mrs Hose Mary GloezWhitney is se seriously seriousil ¬
riously ill in St Louis Her mother Mrs
I C Gloss received a telegram to that thateffect thateffect
effect yesterday and nd left last evening
for fo foG r her daughters bedside If Mrs MisoiZWbltfley
foU G GloatWhitney is found to be to a condi condition condioq ¬
tion U oq to stand the trip MY Mrs Gtosz will willDENIED willring
b ring r back to SIL Lake LakeDBNIBD
Lincoln Neb Oct lttVlfliam William J JBryan Jryan
Bryan B ryan today authorised a denial of the thereport theeport
report r which quoted him as saying 1ng he heeli
believed b bc eli that free silver would not be beconsidered beenildered
c considered at the Democratic national nationalconvention nationalonvention
convention c In 1904 Mr Bryan said he hebad hesd
b cb bad cC sd not talked with a a reporter in Iowa
City C ity from which place the report ema emanated ¬
nated natedColored n te teolored
Colored C Shirts ShirtsOur ShirtsOur
Our makers confine patterns to us usexclusively usxciyslvely
exclusively e that are attractive atracU Then Thenthe Thenhe
the t he fit of the garment is perfect perfectBROWN perlectROWN
IM Main Street StreetAtlantic StreetA
Atlantic AtlanticTour A = i iYour
Tour attenttonvJg called to our fine finedisplay fineisplay
display d of spring Iambs and chickens chickensata
a ata hd all kinds of fresh and cured meats meatshomerendered meatsoWerendered
homerendered h lard etc Reddest RaddonWilliams Reddestilliams
Williams W illiams 17 East Third South Phone Phoneo PhonePopular
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For fall and winter will be the Ascot Ascotand Ascotnd
and a nd Puff Jut glance at our exclusive exclusiveline exclusivene
line lI ne o of oatternK oatternKSHOWN sattrnsROYN
IIS 1 Main Street StreetFOOTBALL treet treetOOTBALL
GAN GANSaturday
Saturday Oct 17 17Via 1 1ia
Via V ia Oregon Short Line Hound trip triponly tripnly
only o nly i50 Special train 8 a m Re Returning Reurning ¬
turning t urning leave Logan 730 p m IT of ofU ofvs
U I tvs Agricultural college Good Goodsrame Goodame
g srame assured assuredDelinquent assuredMAY
Delinquent Notice NoticeMAY
my Principal place of business rooms roomsB
4 19 B and 43B 4 57 tm F Walker building Bali SSKLake Baliake
Lake L ake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNoticeTheig
Notice NoticeTheig There are delinquent upon the thefollowing tiemollowing
following f described stock on account of ofassessment olssessment
assessment a No 3 three of two 2 cents centsper I Iet
per p et share levied on the 12th day of Sep September Sepeather ¬
tember h 1903 the several amounts set op opposite opoelt ¬
posite p oelt the the names of the respective share shareholder ¬
borders holder as follows vii
vizNo No of No of Amt AmtNames Amtgames
Names Cert Shares Due DueBen DueBen
Ben D Lace 7i 500 MOO MOOMrs Ii IX IXMrs
Mrs CFrey C ° rey4 < 827 lit S 2fl 4 iO iOOtto 1 1tto
Otto O tto Letter A 1W IW M I 60 60H
H 1 1 P Larsen 9X1 H liSS tM 2 01 01H
H P Leftsen 4 i > 4MB d an 4 1 eg 5 5Peter
Peter GFrecvem Grev GrevPeter jr jr 4MB M i < M MPeter MPeter
Peter Greavesv K 54 SM ISSA 10 > efl eflA eflA
A R Carter L IMS ltt 1COO 2W 4 4A W WA WA
A M Pot Pdole > le X 4JW 42 4 > 7 509 WOO JO t tA
A M Poole PooleA PooleAMPoole M0 309 6 a
A AMPoole AMPooleCleMarIx M Poole PooleCoteMarlx fOB MO MM
CoteMarlx Co CoMrs SB 3W 0 600 6 hi hiMvs
Mrs Anna Trapp SW 71 1 44 4
F M Curtis 5K IM joe 200F joeF I IF
F M Curtis CurtisF Xttf 109 11 200 2
F FMCurtls M Curtis CurtisB 4tW 3W 00 400
B G Wooley Jr JrPeter 4gN MO 2 60 I
Otto Wuerfel 12 K i 200 S I
J W Hatfield Sons M K 340 2 00 ii I
Meyer k Joseph 471 4111 400 800 S 0 I
Meyer Joseph 48B SOO 30 4 W II
Charles Olllmor 2271 HX 100 > 2W 2 0 I
Charles Olllmor OTK JOO 1Vl 2 flD fI
Robert Oillespie 3441 4 0 0
John Cain CainHerbert INS m s I
Herbert J Foulger 3 3f2 7l 3 3 I 2 0
W P Lynn MM MML i 2
L 1 4 M Sherradan 2148 IN 100
L M Sherradan 24B 24 100 20
Richard Hartley 3W7 200 2 0
F Urban l m 20
S M Warmbath 4 411 r CM 10 100 00
J E Darner S19I 10 1000 00 o 0
Barnett Langley 2981 ft i 6 4
Barnett A Langley SIR 2 n 1 i gj 6
J S Ferris 4916 669 JO 00 i
J 1 L Hamilton 4Sjs fi ano o MOO ie 0 0
J M Wheeler 417S MO M 00 0 0
J JMWheo1r M Wheeler OV7 1 SOI SO 00 0
A B Snow 6JIS 4M 4e 840
A E Snow SnowJeJn4s SMS 490 s 40
James H Lemon C 57I > i 4AM is 000 ii
James F Burton 6W5 Sh ia S M 40 I
Hudson Sons Co 974 4M s M
M M Miller 4779 07 800 4 1 14 eO o
M M Miller 4MI 4J4 WO 5 00 S
M M Miller Wf BOO 1000 10 0 hI
Sheets Thompson Tbon4p on 4f JOO 3 390 390MOff W C 0
F D Htavtnbotham i I l MOff w 2000 2000fiarles to C 0
Jacob Chilton 1000 20 0 eo I 0
fiarles A Waterbury SOW SOWjalmade 1 800 800i 5 0
jalmade Pendleton PendletonR t 2o g
R L Colburn 4mG J 1 S
W Wentz O94 i 1O4 oo so oo oom a Ii
W M r Hunsberger into m 400 400W1 4 I
Julius J Goodro S38S S38SJ 144 S
J Jellass M ts J oodro aH4 S4 100 t C
James C Sharp W1 41 100 200 2 I
James C Sharp 3842 4 100 1 200 2 0
James C Sharp 3W8 l IM 200 200JJ 3 0
T Marineaux 4177 77 77F JJ 1060 20 o 00 00no i
F D Hobbs HobbsF no lot
F L Fesra 443 4 ioor 2000 to
Paul Wuerfel 4 4206 42 100 200 2 C
Paul Wuerfel 4St 4StCJaca > KM 200 2 0
Mrs Clara Z Dooley 5137 457 a 14 I 4
II B Aliaeys 4TO 4T l 100G K > 20 0 on I
Mrs E H Wright 5144 j leo < 2 a
Mrs K H Wright SilO 46 i 100 2 5
Emnw LJnflberg 00 l 1jm0 < to
Emma Lundberg 5501 Ol 1000 36 200 on
And In accordance with law and the or ¬
der of the board of directors made on the tim
12th day of September 1S03 so man
shares of each parcel of said stock as may ma
be necessary will be sold at public auc ui ¬
tion Ml the office of the iii company at atrooms a arooms
rooms 4W and 4 D F Walker building
ffclt Salt Lake City Utah i5tah on Monday NovTs Nov
fees at 20eiaek 2 oelek p m topay to pay the din deflnauent dinnuent
auent assessment thereon together with
the costs of advertising advertisingsate and expense c I Isaip
sate sateFirst C IL WEEIS Sedretry
First publication Oct 17 iTi W WStockholders 3142 3142Stockholders
Stockholders Special Meeting MeetingHONEB1KB ireetingHONERTWE
HONEB1KB MINING MiLLINO MiLLINOccmpany hiiLLINlccmpanyNotlee
ccmpany ccmpanyNotlee Notice to hereby given that thatthere the t tthere
there will be a special meeting of the thest th 0 0atckholders
st jckholders of the Honerlne Mining
Milling company at its office 221 South SouthWast SeatWest
West Temple street Salt fjake City Cit V
Utah on the tb 9th day of November i05 i05at Al 2 2at
at 2 i oclock p m on said day for the thepurpow tim te teputpase
purpow Of considering and If approved approvedadopting appeoveadopting
adopting an amendment to the articles articlesto arttcltof
of incorporation of the company so a ato
to authorize the company to hold own ownend ow owand
end acquire by purchase subscription or orotherwise c cotherwise
otherwise stocks bonds or any other ob obligation olligation ¬
ligation of any company formed for tiu tiupurpose U L Lpurpose
purpose of doing tmsinss simirr in na nature nitore ¬
tore to that of said Honerine Mining Mlnta s i >
Milling company also to authorize said saidtbfcrefor all allcopqny
copqny to sell any part of Its d dpelional
pelional property and receive In paymee paymeetbttfor
tbfcrefor either can or stock bonds bondsefly or orany
any efly other obligation of the purchaser purchaserts at
Jts ts discretion C H SUREr SCHEUVice SURErVice
Vice President
r Dated > td October 16 19C3 I
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On account of its it frightful hkleousnesfc hkleousnesfcBlood hkieouimeeaoOd
Blood Bl oOd Poisoning is commonly called th thKing
King K ing of All Diseases it may be either eitherhereditary
hereditary he reditary or contracted Once the eye system ¬
tem te rn is tainted with It the disease may maymanifest
manifest m itself in the form of Scrofula
Eczema E czema Rheumatic Pains Stiff cr crSwollen
Swollen S Joints Eruptions or Copptr Copptrlittle
co lored Spots on the Face Op Body
little Ut ti Ulcers in the Mouth or on the theTongue
Tongue T ongue Sore Throat Swollen Tonsils TonsilsFalling
Falling F out of the Hah or orrows Bye
brows b rows and finally a Leprousitke De Decay Doy ¬
cay ca y of the Flesh and Bones If you have haveany haveny
any a ny of these or similar symptoms get getBROWNS getROWNS
This Th is treatment is practically the result resultof
of life work It contains no dangerous dangerousdrugs
drugs dr ugs or injurious medicine of any kind
It goes to the very bottom of the disease diseaseand
and a nd forces out every particle of impurity Impurityoon
Soon S oon every sign and symptom disappears disappearsi
i completely co and forever The blood the thetissues
tissues ti ssues the flesh the bones and the whole wholesystem
system sy stem are cleansed purified and restored restoredto reetoremiperteot
to perfect health and the patient prc prcpared
pared pa red anew for the duties and pleasures pleasuresof
a bottle lasts a month Made by DR DRBROWN
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For F or sale in Salt Lake City only by F C CPchramm
Pchramm E corner First South and Main Mainstreets
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and examine our stock o oh Guns Gunsand
and Ammunition Ail our goods goodsare
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333 South Main St StCIGARS
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all firstclass dealers dealersSam
Sam Levy Manufacturer
17117 South Main Street StreetShoe
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stockholders st meetinir of the Koie Val Vallov 5alv
lov 1e v I And ft Livestock company eompii n y a cor coroorMion
oorMion po rttion orsanlsed under the laws > f fUtah
Utah U tah at the office of sail rt corporation > rx > ratton 419 419P
n F Walker block Salt l lke ake City
ITtah U tah at 10 0 a m on Saturday Nov n n190K
190K 19 01 for the election of officrrnand offierra and for forthe
the th e transaction of such other business businessas busineceshall
as shall lawfully come before paid meet roeetUME
lu UME g J A GOODHlE President PresidentDated
Dated at Salt Lake City Oct 8 1SOS 1SOSSpecial
Special StockAoUars Meeting MeetingPlHSrANT
Incorporation in and the statute a special specialmeeting
meeting m eeting of the stockholders of the Moun Mountain Mounin ¬
tain La in View Gold Mining company will be
held he ld at the law offices of King Burton Burtonit
it King rooms 2S5 Commercial block
Salt Sa lt Lake City Utah on Wednesday Oc October ¬
tober Co hen 2Kb 1903 at M oclock a m for forthe
the th e transaction of the following business businessFirst
First FirstFar For the election of a board of di directors ¬
rectors re ctors and officers for the ensuing year yearSecond
Second SecondTo To see whether stockholders stockholderswill tovkhoders
will w ill vote to lease the mining properties of ofsaid
said m id company with option to lessee to topurchase
purchase p and to authorise the leasing leasingand
and an d an option to purchase said mining miningproperties miningroperties
p properties to said lesfte lesfteThird
Third ThirdTo To ratify confirm and approve approveacts approvmts
acts ac acof ts of the directors and other officers officersof officersthe
of ofth the company Heretofore done doneFourth
Fourth FourthTo To transact any other business businessthat I
that th at may properly come before the meet meeting ¬
ing tu g
Board of Directors DirectorsKing
King Burton A King Attorneys AttorneysDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeWEDGE
company co cob mpany Location of principal place of ofbusiness
business b Salt Lake City Utah Notice NoticeThere
There T here are delinquent on the following de described deribed ¬
scribed sc ribed stock on account of aesoasmeni sej niei t
N o 3 levied on the 21th day of August Augustthe
3n 3 41 the several amounts set opposite the thenames theames I
names n 3to ames of the respective shareholders as asfollows I
follows to Iows
1 No NoCert
Cert C Ca oil Name Shares iares Amt AndK
3 a > K F Brat MM MMIflB 15 15I
IflB E F Brats 3 BS S I
71 7 2 A J 1 Weber trustee temee SM SI I
74 7 4 A J 1 Weber trustee mt mti S I
i A J 1 Weber trustee 860 C CA I
78 7 A J 1 Weber trustee SM I I II
77 7 7 A J Weber truStee > 5M C Ca I
75 7 a A J Wetr trustee M C I
119 11 11lm 9 A A J Weber 25Ia SM 3 13 13ia II IIAJWeber
ia > A AJWeber X Weber jm 1 15 15I
121 U I A J Weber I 1 1 1
122 12 2AJWeber A J Weber V VA 3444 1 S
i A 4 J Weber Mil ISl l lLM S SI I
1 LM 4 A AJWeber J Weber Ms J I ii I
123 12 5 A AJWeber J Weber M LOSS 1 1lM
lM 1 1b i A AJWeber J Weber Mf l 1 15 I
130 b OAJWeber A J Weber XM XMlal
lal 1 1 A J Weber 222 I
58 5 g Mrs MrsGFCaV G F Cave 2 8 lii 50 I
59 9 Mrs MrsGFCave G F Cave Ms 3 Ill 1C I
9 0 1 Mrs Mra0FCVO G F Cave Ms 3 I
1 9s 2 Mrs G F Cave J
s 2 i J JBDunn B Dunn 19 1 I
63 41 41lt 11 J Van Fatten I 3400 3 71 71I I
134 lt 4 jar P Sprint MBS 1 S I
185 13 13l s Jam Ja > P Sprout GM C Cins I
136 l ins P Sorest 8X tt ttMW I
967 26 1 Guy Robinson MW IS ISIll 1 I
107 10 7 R E Worrell Ill 14 14M Ii I
3 R E EWorreil Worn M 1 11C4 1MM 15 I
1C4 16 4 R K Worrell MM 1 1MB 5 I IM
MB M P Braffet Mien 1i4 13 M M1IM C I
270 T 0 M P Braffet 1IM 2 2C S I
271 77 1 M P Braffet 4 4344 < M KM KMoer
272 2T 2 M P Braffet SWS 11
273 r a M P Braffet M M 125 I
274 21 4 M P Braffet JOOOO 321 321r
275 27 5 M P Braffet 6000 000 I r
27 6 M PM P Braffet 4000 3 I
277 ii M P Braffet LOW 1 1 I
278 27 M P Braflet 1014 > 1 5 I
27 M P Braffet MM 1 4
280 M P Braffet I 14M 14M2K1 1 1I I
2K1 710 1MPfft M P Braffet I UN S I
282 2 M P BraHet 4 4OS 5l I
OS 3 M P Braffet 1 1O 11 4
284 26 4 M P Braffet LMS 11 F
2 X P BrafTet S76 S762M 4 F FM
2M M P Braffet S3E 4 I
287 S T M P Braffet 375 3752W 0 S
2W M P Braffet W i iM
289 M P Braffet lAf 3444 1 1
250 0 M P Braffet t A34 31 I
91 l M P Braffet 1401 11
292 29 2 M P Braffet 1J 1134 1 1
293 3 Ml M P Braffet Braffet2M 1044 1 i
2M 4 M P Braffet Ijm 22 225MPBraffet
296 24 5MPBraffet M P Braffet 1M9 11
224 4 It H E Haynes XOOO XOOO8X 25 I
2 H B Haynes 3400 01 01nd I
A nd in accordance with law and the or oren
d oer en of the board of directors made on em I Ie
the th e 27th day of August X90L I so mini NMmrsnares C
s snares of each parcel of sale stock as asmay em emay 5
may m ay be necessary will be sold at theMtf theMtfflee
flee fl flC ee of the company room 299 Commercial CommercialClub Commer Commerlub 1
Club C lub building 222 2 South West Temple Templestreet S
street s Salt Lake City Utah on the 24th 24thday 2411ay I SI
day d ay of October 1MB at the hour of 2 2oclock
o oclock p m to pay the delinquent as assessment ¬
sessment s thereon together with the cost coo coof ast t j jof
of o f advertising and expense of sale saleJ
J N POWERS Secretary
Office 290 Commercial Club Building BuildingKaties BtoldingNotice
Notice to Water Users UsersState UsersState
State Engineers Office OfficeSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Oct 2 19K 19KNotice 1343Notice
Notice is hereby given that D H HPeery HS
Peery P eery by his agent H 8 Joseph when wbotepostoffice S
postoffice p address is Salt Lake CHr CHrITtah Cit
ITtah tab has made application in accord accordance accordure ¬
s ance ure with the requirements of chapter r
100 1 14 of the Session Laws of Utah 19N 19Nto 125o I
to t o appropriate five 5 second feet of the thewater hit C
water w ater flowing in Little Cottonwood Cottonwoodcreek Cottonwooireek I
creek c in Salt Lake county to be divert diverted divertd ¬
ed e d by means of a ditch and pipe at a apoint I
point F eint in Red Pine gulch about 2500 feet feetsouth teeit t
south s of the confluence of the stream In Insaid ii iiaid it
said s gulch with Little Cottonwood creek creekand creeknd
and a nd from there to be conducted through througha
a ditch and pipe for a distance ef about abou0o
2000 0o feet where the water will he used usedfrom use userom
from f rom January let to December > ecemb r 9st In Inmotive
e lusive uf each year for the purpose o
d eveloping powe to be uied nor maklu r rmotive
motive power ana electricity at and near nearAlta flee
Alta A lta and Salt Lake City After having hYIII hYIIIeen fleeg g
been b een so diverted and used the water waterwill r
will w ill be returned to he natural stream of ofLittle o rI I
Little L wL ittle Cottonwood creek at a point about ot t
2000 2 000 feet below the place of diversion diversionSaW I
S SaW aid application contemplates the use of ofsaid o oaId It t
said s aId water for power purposes only
Ail protests against the granting of ofsaid o oaid If
said s st application stating the reasons reasonstherefor S
therefor t must be b made In writing and andfiled an anmed 4
filed in this of office flee after thirty < 20 V days daysand day a
and a nd before sixty 34 9 days from the date dateherejf dat dateref ae e
h herejf A F 3 i iFirst DOBWS DOBWSState
State Zaa
First publication Oct 91 last Not Kov1st NotAteat r
dated d ated Gold Mines company Principal of
flee f ice room 455 McComick building Salt SaltLake SaJ SaJLake
Lake City Utah UtehNotic Notice is hereby given giventhat
that t at a meeting of f the board 6f Ofectors di directors ¬
rectors r of the DexterTuscarora Consol Consolated ¬
dated d ated Gold Mines company held on the the21st tim Is Isist
21st l ist day of September 103 an assess assessment asseasmint
mint of two 2 cents per share was lev idied ¬
ied l and assessed upon the capital tii2 stock stockof stocf
of o f said corporation payable forthwith forthwithto
to t o L I D Lee the secretary of said com company I Iany ¬
pany p any at room 469 McCorntck building Snildin I
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upo upowhich upowhich
which this assessment may remain un unpaid ¬
paid n ald on the 22d day of g October 1103 will willbe wi wie urIl Il
be b e delinquent and advertised for sale at atpublic a It ItIs
public auction and unless payment is ismade I
made before HO many shares of each eachparcel one oneuarcel Ih h
parcel of such stock as may be neces necessary 5 5aiv ¬
sary s will be sold on the llth day of C If
November IMS at 2 oclock in the after afternoon aSteinoon r Ifr ¬
noon of said day to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment it itassessment
assessment thereon together with costs costsof coal L5 L5Of
of advertMiur and expenses of Mile MileDated saleDated
Dated this 22d day of September 1903 1903L 3903L
DexterTUsearom CessUd Cosssffdnte t d dGold i
Gold Mines Company Room 40 McCor McCoralcfc McCoiBldg r
alcfc ° Bldg Salt J Ie ke City Utah UtahDelinquent VialDelinquent
Delinquent Assessment XotieeTHE Xotiee
principal place of business COMPANto Salt Lab LakCltv to
Cit Cltv Utah Notice ta hereby given that thatre tht thtthere t
there re are delinquent upon toe following followingcrlbed followit Is
dfrThCd crlbed stock on account ut assessment assessmentNo asseasmemNo Istt tt
No 1 of W cents per share thee the Cevr veVal veValamounts ci ciamounts
amounts set opposite thf names of the theresuective ti te teresoective
resuective shareholders as lollows lollowsNo loliowNo
No No NoNames
Names Otf Ct Shares Amt AmtI irn irnI it
I U Colbath Truistee4 Trustee 4 aCvJ 54 54Walter
Walter AlloY 5 WO 90 90Thomas C CThomas
Thomas J Alrav Almv7 7 M 100 lii 00 00L
L I U Colbath jr 8 liW liWL 20 is
L U Colbath 9 470 W 9 OC OCThat lv
That in accordance with the law and andan a d
an order of the board of directors wade wadethe iusi Ic
the 29th dav of August 1903 so man mansnares 1
snares of each parcel of stock as may l I Lit > t tnecessarv
necessary will be sola tti jp bUc auction auctionat auct Jr
at the office ef the treasurer room roomMasonic a
Masonic block Salt Lake City Utah ar arM
1 M oclock a m on Monday Oct 19 1903 1903to 15 13
to nay the delinquent assessment to torether t 0
rether with th the toflt st of advertising anC anCex am amexnense tiC iC
ex exnense Dense of sale saiaW saleSw
W R WIGHTMAN Secretary I
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Joseph Jo seph Gn i iAlever lcim7l lcim7lever
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l > r B Oetti rvr543 e ers
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Mrw M rs Kv Iva Segal
Plant 42 42Mrs 2S o oHlaner
1 Hlaner itt iv ivoses
M oses RQSEthal 4tj 4tjrs
Mrs M rs Anna uoo Uuten n
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MiSft M liii L tcrKKins436 icrgglm
Kd ri d Grtewe 437 Ic Icuse
Uusja M use Nathan Nathoudward 4C
Edward E dward Hurt I i 4 44 Ai Aihllln
PhlHn P hllln Allen AllenPhlHn 444 s
P PhlHn hilin Alien AlienPWMn 44 IA
PWMn P hilin Allen 44H lvii lviihillo
Philtn P hillo All < ii t 44 7 SW
Philln P hiUn Allen Allenhilin 44
< PhllllT P hilin Allen 4ja
PhlHn P hilin Allen AilciS r
H S Htirlhut twx twxtTharles ochanlea
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Mrs M rs Rose Yb J Jthai Rnen Rnenthai
thai 4d 4dCTharlen i sii siiharles
CTharlen C fti ftsenthal ftsenthalWhittimor enthal4
A Whllt Whittimor more 4fi7 4fi7O CC CCB
O R Chamberlain 4 5 5R
G 3 R Chamberlain Chaniberlaln47o 47W Ohs
Abe A l Bloch i 10 10acob
Jacob J acob Bloc Bloch a 47j 412ouis
Leuta L ouis Pook 411 45ver
Mver M ver Oohn 411 4 inn innvet
Mver M MM vet eohii < ohn I 4 l3 L1E L1Eax
Max M ax Behr BehrJamea I em emamuel
SJ S amuel Jr5ep1 17011 17011emea
Jamea J emea Opoenheimer 4 so soamuel
Samuel S Rubens RubensArthur 434 434rthur
Arthur A Kreiberc KreibercAlvln it7 < 6i
Alvln A lvin Freibere sii tg es esrs
Mrs M rs Nannie FederolJ Fader ill SIc SIcrs
Mrs M rs Nanrto KederS14 ts tsrs °
Mrs M rs Nannfe Federt5 Fedor tc so sors
Mrs M rs Nannie FederSlti ste
MTCL 15 Nannie Kedrt Feeler G > lki
Albert M bert Hridelbach Sis o
Leonold R Roue Roueberr Rossea
bent 7 3 3eopold
Leopold L B Rosen
bers 38 5g6 5g6dionojil
Lonojd I B Rosen Rosenhers
hers herseeselt 5S7
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Moses M Nerborc JB V io ioast
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S 1 Bamberirer 7K trnI trnIBamberaer711 >
i 1 Bmberer7tt OOt OOtJ 000Bamblraer711
J J Bamber Bamblraer711 er3 ooi oAiBamberger3fl
1 J Bamberaer72l 00o 00J
3 J Bambencer 122 t OW OWHerman 0therman
Herman H erman BmbererS4 SK SKx 90 90tax >
tax x Lowensteln Ms Msx 5gM 5gMax
M ax x Lowenstefn M4 Ml MlMax 1 1ax
Max M ax Lowenstdn 5M o os osMix > i iMax
Max Loxvonstein 5SS 5SSJ 5 70 70D
J L D Marks MarksBattle 523 523ottle
B Battle ottle S Snal eal ealMaurice 5 ia iaMaurice
Maurice Mover MoverW 1 1m 1mw
W M Hiwh i iFred 50 1 1red
Fred F red flanwom Ml 1U 1UH it itKooser >
H B Kooser M 545 X io < i iJ
J K 5 Pierce 7MJ 71 J1WJ J1WJJulian 110uUn
Julian J uUn BumberxerSI BumberxerSIJosenti Bamaberzer iiS > 1 1osenk
Josenti J OberndorferTIi I 1tss 1tssOSeph < MI MIJoseph +
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Joseph J ObarndorHrTS ious lOOtiJeseah iouseosimb
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Emma E nin M Straus iff iffJ i 5gi 5giRemmon <
J H Hormon 575 E lW lWC 105Scheeldor
C Sdsaeider J7 J7J ot otSchie4sler
J I SchmsMer 377 W WMax IX IXMax
Max Nathan 3 rTS s sKerdinau1 Ao AoFerdinand
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Malvin Gutman Ml NtMelvin MlMalvin
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Charles Mayer MavcrCharles ° 1 1harles
Charles C Maven 1 1William so 7ii 7iiWilliam
William Marlv MarlvWilliam Martyl 1ON 1ONWilliam
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Oeorm OserseWm wm MsjdvJB MagIyaM l lM
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Clarencft C Bamberc Bambercer
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I r Muaker S2T T 3 3J iS 1 1Munkor
J T Munker J JSarah 10 10arah
Sarah S arah Fellhetmer P Ml 3 3J SM SMA
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nlamta n Tatef7S Tate 374 lww lwwMorris I IMotris >
Morris S Lewin LewinSamuel W TAii TAiiamuel
Samuel S Jolesch JoleschM Joles25 400 4 4M
M M Welt 1 1Richard iO iOBichard >
Richard Seliamannnl 100 100W so soW
W H TIbbals 7 704 H 1009 1000I o oL
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firms Rothsehai T 710 4is u uMn 11drr
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H Cohen J 74 300 3002t
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H S oben 7 733 JW JWWUUaro 1000 1000William
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And In accordance with law and an or orof orof
of the boara of directors made on onSlat onlist
Slat day of Aueust IVJ so many char charof harnecessarv
of nach srcei of ueh stock a ma manecessary
necessary will be soM od at pnbUc auction auctionMain lttIOttthe
the otfle of the comnanv No 141 Seta SetaMain
Main street Salt alt l Lake Cliv r itan itanav CtahSaturday
Saturday Oct 4 1903 at 12 oclock ro roto
to nay av the delinQuent assessment there theretogether theretosether
together with the costs of advertising advertisingozass u ui
ozass of i Mi sale
Sec Se4tarv Ury Atoska jMinlng Mining Company CompanyBeHmrueat CompanyDlintuoat
BeHmrueat Notice NoticeBLACK NoUnsPtACK
cation of orlndpal place of busineM f fLake e elake
Lake City Clt ftah ftahNotice ttahNoticeThere
Notice NoticeThere There are aelinsuent on onfollowing onfollowing
following described stock on account accountassessment aeon5S5fl5CUt
assessment No 1 levied on the 71st 71stof 1at 1 1of
of Ausrust 202 tt the severs amounts aaiounrsopposite amountsopposite
opposite ie names of the r re ure ureshareholders r rcharehoidor
shareholders as foHews foHewsKo fottewsKO
Ko No NoCtf NoCtf
Ctf Nani Shi shares A Al
1 H S Kirlaw Kirlaw2fi ee
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2 90 Chin H I I Brink 300 1 1
1 T 1 BTT5 Etsk1illT H illy t liPv JW 3 t tp
12 ± F p 1 iiajd 4ld 500 500n 701IC
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