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JOHN MCLOSKEY MCLOSKEYSpeaks MCLOSKEYAGA1P
AGA1P IN TOWN
4 4Speaks
Speaks in Glowing GtowingTerms Terms of ofBaseball ofI ofBaseball
I > Baseball in Boise BoiseIROSPECTS BQiseFRQSPECTS
IROSPECTS FRQSPECTS ARE BRIGHT BRIGHTTATK
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3B TATK LK OF MAKING IS ISA LKGUB LKGUBA
A SIX cLUB cLUBJohn ASFAIE ASFAIEA ASFAIEJohn
John i McCtoekey manager of the
Salt Su It Lake baae be1mU all team teiu arrived in the thetty
j iity tty yesterday aftar tts a two tw weeks trip tripIAorth
north where he has ha been reetz la the ihter ihterts I ter terts
= ts of the Pacific National league Me Metloskey McIsky
tloskey said j4 he spent the greater part partof pertr
of r the th time at Botee BoI City Ida and had hadth hadt
t th h > extreme stlalacUon of eeetns et1 that thattown theeI
town I own send President Lucas 1000 for a afranchise
franchise 11 in the Pacific National teafeue 1eaueefirc
before efirc leaving for home McCIoskey McCIoskeyfraid McCloakeyr4tbd
fraid he made the trip to Boise upon the ther theieqasst
r ieqasst 4utst of some of the fans up there therewho therewh
who wh desired bis b leagwe 1eu ball next year yearttad yearad
ttad ad spent wt all nV time helping form for a astrong areeg
strong reeg organization to ceetroi baaebail baaebailin
in 1 the Idaho metropolis next year yearAccording yearAAeoI4n
According to iO McCtoekey Botee City
Mr an ideal town for the game ine it hg hga ha haa
a a population of 14000 and with Namp
CteMwet Mw and Emmet and several other otherwithin otherptce
ptce within a close distance gives givesabout gtvesRo4ee
Ro4ee about 25000 people to draw from fromatedoake fromieCIoakey
atedoake says the books of a et t years yearsBolt yearaIo
Bolt Io duo show a total gate of 2IM for forwe foren
en we game gar between Caldwell and Boise Boisewhich olae olaeWch
which 3 a good proof that the Id Idcapital 14eaptat
capital wlU iAipport the game The Thepark Thepark
park in Boise in 1 right ia the heart of ofthe oCthe
A the city and there is no street oar r Te Teto wye wyet
to t pay j It Is already incJoeed and ka baa
a good aHMd stand and bleachers so sothwi aothftt
thwi all U Boise needs is l aU aesm am and hey heywill hywill
will be ready to play ball ballIn ballp
p In j speaking of Ogdens chances in the theleague thelagae
league McCloakey said he did not know lcow7Atca
7Atca lica intention as he had not seen seenthe eeeuthe
the league president since the latter latterleft lattereft
left eft Salt Lake over two week ago agoMac agoMac
Mac says ay Lucas was called to Ta TaOOHML Tar
r OOHML m on account of an accident his hisdaughter ii iidauht
dauht daughter r suffered while coasting and andfor andor
for or this reason he was unable to trans transact trasact ¬
act any league lasu business until this week weekThe weekThe
The Salt Lake manager s ys 7 it may be belAwaaf beIe
lAwaaf Ie intention to take la ft Ogden end aadHelena endit
Helena if possible Mbl and Mcvre a MX MXtsanf Iz IzIn
tsanf league leagueIn
In swSklmg auLcteg of the criticism the press pressef pre preOlI
ef Q9i t lid heaped upon bun while whilesjwrny whileWa7
sjwrny Wa7 McCloakey said that Ogdea hud d debairce
9 chance to get in the league and an was wasItTtl waslttd
lttd ItTtl d to send a representative tO tOHiQtflnr lire lireeeL
HiQtflnr eeL at Bute about three w wIIek3 wIIek3ffS < ka kaaiei
aiei ffS He W that if O aedee d had Itfor Itfort rts for forfeit ¬
feit t money ready the town should have haveshewn haveshawn
shawn it Its goods faith hy sending the thesame theto
same to Lucas as the other clubs had hadkMe
4 kMe e aog n4 the franchise would haw hgveea
1 eea eK voted the Junction City on the theBSVOt theG
G ir BSVOt BSVOtIt It may not he too late for Ogden to toget toget
get in the league yet said McCloakeybet McCtoskey McCtoskeyhit
hit if they hey mean busJnese there the theway theway
way to prove it is to p pet t up their theirALL theirsmoi
moi y yALL
ALL HALLOWS1 LEAGUE LEAGUEWhites LEAGUEWhites
Whites Still Lead in School SchoolChampionship SchoolChampionshi
Championship ChampionshipSeries ChampionshiSeries
Series SeriesThe
The league basket ball bsl series at the All Allw
IziIws w coilosm coIIe closed lastweek lst week with withj
tWitee till In j the lead foES taewcheoi taewcheoip Ie 4
eeoeabip p This tcejBi tu has new jy jyand won wongnuftt
gnuftt and lost but two gasses The TheaekI
IMMta aekI are pushing the loaders hard for forrnt
flret rnt jAace jsaee with sir names ame won and three threethree
rem while the Blues tan LbInJ with
three games won and six lost During
the th week the Reds the fourth team tea in inthe Inthe
the league dropped out of f the struavte trngg
claiming that the other teams were ey too tooPtrons tooITh
Ptrons ITh for them As a the aeriea ot guraes guraesprogresses
progresses the Lb interest In ft the tJ sport at
the college is on the increase lncre and an from
new en it is expected the games will be bewatched
watched closer than ever everOn everon
On Saturday the newly new1 > oraania organized d team tenetrpeetIag
re rpeetIag reseBtiii the whole school met a team
oomvoset of the alumni and 4 defeated U
sy a a see of 37 7 to 11 The winners are arecomposed re recempe4
composed of the pick of the college play ¬
ers watch makes an exceptionally strong
lineup
ABE GETS GE1VER VERY VERYWhen ANGRY ANGRYWhen
When Accused of Faking F kingthe kingtheChampion the theChampion
Champion Wantsto Hit HltSome Hitp
p Some SO1fleOjie SO1fleOjieChicijo One OneChicane
Chicane Feb 7I vA ulfl GIve IhilD a flO to toc Ine
c t tl tiw m who wit caa ta J v Nit my 7
diifeat of Harry Forbes at st St Louis wa wafjfMl waS
fjfMl fjfMlGoaded 0
Goaded edlntoahatofpaseionbyiht edlntoahatofpaseionbyihtpersistent into a heat of pasflton by th thraUtent
persistent raUtent report that his knockout of ofCWearfo ofthe
the CWearfo boY ey w prcarraneed 1 Abe At Attoday Atln
today offered a flat for evi eviee
ln ee e cenvlctng Forbes and him cf ciilhe fak fakrhe
ilhe rhe story ory is a lie from start to finish finishI finishId
I said Id Attill I should only like to get getone getone
one crack at the f tlow Hew who started it itAccording It ItAccordIng
According to the story stth that has aroused arousedwSwn arousedthe
the ebainions be a susptclois cIrcuz cIrcuzstance
stance is the fact that In tha fourth rouriu rouriuwhen
when every everythin thing pointed to the CM CMoagoans CIIoagoans
oagoans being sat easy winner it IB said saida
a number of Chicago sports who canfe canfedown cafre cafre4nwn
down to see the mill flashed big rolls ana anaoffered andoffered
offered to bet any amount of money that thatAbe thatAbe
Abe would win hy the knockout route routeFurthermore rotteYurthermore
Furthermore a week previous to the thefight thetight
fight wise people wanted to wager that thatAttell thtAttell
Attell would win Inside of ten rounds roundsIn
In a opular resort for sportsmen one oneman oneman
man it i Is said offered to bet JB YG to tothat 100 100that
that Atull wjwia finish te owning right rightIn
In ten rounds by a Knockout KnockoutSt
St Louis fight foliowem f who backed backedForbes backedPorbes
Forbes are reported very sore over the theresult theesuIt
result feeling that they have been beendone beenixtber
done doneAnother
Another story is thai Danny Lynch the thepan thean
pan an who engIneered the notorious fight fightbetween fightbetween
between ToraSharkcy Tom Sharkey and Bob Ft Fltuaim Fltuaimirons im immons
irons on the Pacific eoast was in St StLouis StLouh
Louis and was betttttg rather too freely freelyon
on Attell and of otf4Irng urinr all sorts of odes od4swhen odeswhen
when he cooid get his money on in uo o oother
other way wayJOHNSON wayJOHNSONHIGH
JOHNSON JOHNSONHIGH HIGH MAN MANScoaes MANScoaes
Scoaes Ninety Nin fy At Regular RegularWeeklyShoot RegularWeeklyShoot
i WeeklyShoot at Local LocalRiflle LocalRifIIe
Riflle Range Rangej
i j jeff Johnson the marksman who holds holdsi
i the state record at the local rifle range rangemade rangemade
made the high score at yeatfrde yeet4ays s shoot shootwhen 5hooiwhen
when he scored M This mark mpr ns a made jnadeen
en tb the fourth score and bets the swarest swarestcompetitor ret retcompetitor
competitor by five points J0hatHa also alsomsae alsoleads
leads the high average with a score of
B The resvlt of yesterdays shoot was wasas waan
as fellows AV y
JohMeo 7T ft T7 10 10ernes 7 l
lames ernes O M H i ft n l lHirsehveeel
I c j z sie sie1tt1eld
1tt1eld 74 Z 7PPJ
Hirsehveeel HirsehveeelServis 12 1 l 74
Servis ServisBreckon Serv1Breckon
Breckon BreckonWeathereon ii 72 I
Weathereon WeathereonKYAtT 71 l lager
ager a yi yiftYAN
KYAtT A1TD OBRIEN AGAUT AGAUTBffiart A GAIN
I Bffiart ffart Beinsr Bthr Made NaaT to Bet Them To Together Toetlier
gether etlier at Tort Brie BrieChicago Th1eCbicMo
Chicago Feb 7 7Tlere There is a po POIbIy iWJity
that the next time Tommy Ryan and andJack andJack
Jack OBrien ineetthe meet the bailie will he bald beldin baldIn
in Canal Efforts are areog on foot to bring hrmgakout bringabout
about a twentyround eticosnter between betweenRyan betweenRyan
Ryan and OBrien before the internation international Inte natlon ¬
al Athletic club in Fort Erie on March 17
Jaek Herman manager of the ol club b has hasa
a representative ia Chicago seeking to tosubject
iiii0e Eyan to agree to a match while whiletTrien
tTrien has glread been approached on
the subject A guaranteed purse of
it is said will be offered for the fight
It Is in inducing Rykn u ip > aeopt that thatthe
the Fort Srte people antIcipate most
trouble Ryan it is reported will de demadO tiema
madO ma a guarantee of f 10000 at the low lowest loweat ¬
est while oien < yisfi 1 dectarvdto JM > will
fof to fight for 7iOa Ryan is 1 also ex ¬
pected to do some arguing over weight
H lie will demand ringside weight bereaft bereafter
er in any fight with OBrieh OBriehOrBrteir OflrienOrher
OrBrteir IB hot on th the trail not only of
Ryan but of Bob Fitzsimmons OBrien OBrienwants Orieflwants
wants to make his claim 10 the title of ofmiddleweight f fmiddleweight
middleweight champion clear Iear and aui he W Wanxious 144anxious
anxious to tackle both men rne S So confident confidentI
1 ho that he can detent Ryu end Fitz Fitzsimmoun
I Blramoa that he bag announced his wifU wifURyan
Inse to wa Lp1 u be renelt
t will bet 1eOC1 that I can defeat
Ryan yan and will bet be the same amount that thati
i I can successfully defsttd tl the e middle middleweight
weight championship against Fftzelm Fftzelmmom Fttnslmionas
mom said HM OBrien OBrient
t J Tb4re te no tiuI4ht > bt OBrien will accept
t th the Fort erIe offer for him and Ryan
He wants to meet Ryan in a longer bout
JS If JH2clSllwto suecetefal hi dt diepuelug i < n of Ryan
OBrien wilt then get ready to tackle
KlUKlwmoMB who still ciRiaM to be the theipion
IegItInte H4IddIewelnht champion ipion
OBrien says he baa no f gr of the Cot
nishman and that he will agree to6 to6fight to fight
him under the same conditions as a lie
fights Ran ust as soon after the Ryan Ryango
go possible
LATEST SPORTING GOSSIP
tn zi an interview in a San Francisco FranciscoPftter Franciscope
Pftter pe i Jack Huston is quoted as saying sayingHip sayingtlstt
Hip tlstt he had an offer to umpire for the thePaeMc theP
P PaeMc National tlsuai league this summer summerVet summerbttt
Vet he refused because there was not notinmiali notsss4k
inmiali sss4k money in it I1ustonys Huston K a tfee tfeeQtttjK teoted
QtttjK Itiaue ottered him more moiyaM moner monerand
and lor this th a isaaou he signed with th thfanner the thelhr
fanner lhr outlaws Salt Ih 4ke fans are areextretaeir are1r10d7
extretaeir gi gla that Jack puts it this thisway thisway
way for If ki h toad e eter er eosne eee to Zion Zionanal Zioned
anal ed H4 to vmpirc irc a baaebelt game gamethf gameir
ir thf tl Light Have been trouJMe It to toouMfuI1
I ouMfuI1 if president Lucas ever of ofar ofrM
ar rM 4l Huston a job this season and if ifhe Ifhe
he had Salt J ake would hare seceded secededfrom secededh
h from the lea league leagueloung ru ruToung
Toung OcrbeU com is S out with the theannouncement thealnopncemeat
announcement that he will acknowl acknowl1g acknowlAbe
< 1g Abe Atteil as the legitimate legitimatetherweight logitimatei
i therweight haniplon of the world worldi worldthat
< i < l that he will himself lay claim to tot tothe
the t iightwelgli thampionshiij Hy do doiiK dong
iiK ng this the iuetk uoatiun n of th f father fatherAgbt > ather atheriKht
iKht and lightweight limits will be beftried bettltd
ftried back l < the figures where they theyrightfully theyri
rightfully ri belong hehngthat that i is feather featherriifht featheright
riifht limit 122 pounds and light lighttight light4ght
tight limit 153 l3 pounds Attell can canmake cannake
make the former weight ami ie un undoubtedly UniUbtCdly ¬
doubtedly tilt bept of them at this thisflgure thisiigure
flgure Cocbftt fights better at 1S3 1S3ringside 133ringside
ringside arid by defeating deteatIn Britt will willV willb
V b acknowledged the ehadn champion > ion of the thew
w wsrhl orld at this
S class Joe Qaa the pros present prosnt ¬
ent nt claim eltimxnt At u tu the lightweight chanf chanfTi thaufTinehip
Ti Tinehip nship could Tint make 133 pounds poundswithuut Poundswtthtut
withuut cutting off a leg a ant he mill millJtavr 011haf
Jtavr to fight lor or honors in the welter welteright welterigttt
> ight class or quit the business businvssrL
rL rLThe
S The T1 Yt Young un CorbettBritt match i isMll is isstilt
stilt hanging lire Britt seems anxious anxiousto
to t fall all the bout off and very ver likely will willIf willI
If I h can find nd any reasonable excuse excuseJimny excuseJMmy
Jimny neer did want any of Corbt Corbettg Corbettgin tfs tfsame
ame in spj tf f all the talking he heha liela
ha done about meeting the th cham cham1lon chamlion
lion
>
Willie Keelt r who ha has had j i > rty of ofxperierce
5 xperierce wih the foul sink rulV ruI in inVoth inoth
Voth oth Xatioael and America ieaanies ieaaniesand ieeauesin4
and who i is reKard regardd d by h some people peopleni
ni being as vi c li i pouted > osted on batting as asmost asInqt
most of the magnates rfnd manager managerand
140 and as a anjref the th baseball bae bail writers has hasrtplared hascTiared
rtplared himself struagly in favor fj v > f fth fI
I th h rules c iainumc > = Th The foul foulstrike foultr1ke
strike rule t s Kft > makes the theMay theclay
May faster and keeps every everybody body go going going ¬
ing and that ia what ta wanted It Ittas
SI tas ia helped the gxme Keeler it kt a aayrr
5 T4cr ayrr to whom the batting average averager vtzeraLo
r raLo ar a as much as it does to the a aioved ag agipptrionts <
ioved opponents of the rule Who ai aiE arz
E jhy y 5lugg iuggers rs mtrvl m4rkiy an an4 l his vif < v
Riil go before theirs with It1t most Intel IntelBan
ligcat people peopleBan
Ban Johnson is dwe for plenty of
trouble apparent b bof er he gets te
through with WaeHtfttstto Dec H 1111
debrand the former fonesPz1lIedtonidtcier Princeton pitcher
1 has announced that he Shall not go
into profeaalonaj profj fctfi though he with
hia brother the theeateI caielter and Irst rst base baseman bosemn ¬
man stoned gired fof the Senators for l 11tH W
The brothers a short time srtnce Thieenotice sered seredthat
notice that they wooltj not play if In Included Ineluded ¬
eluded in any of the many Washington
teades that have seen distressed in
Mcting on playing where signed orii oriit twig
t leally r 4Ievetopmettts T > eveioptt fst8 of < the past fort
night teft may have changed their mInds
entirely and convinced them that they theyK
pr fer private life to tire hopeless town
by b K the Potomac Potomaci PotomacoLoBs
i OLOTSES LINE THIBF THIBFiiThOBI IBP IBPMrs
Mrs iiThOBI Thoma Moon notified the police policeSondoulst
yesterday morning that ee urticIs
of clothing had been stoIe from bar
clothes line aturtia night Sergeant
Robrt took the clothing that rnest
Sondoulst harfln hi hiOfficer his when at
rotted ly Officer OfficerHis Clive Saturday night
and MIS MOOfl identified them
as belag
in to net The pollee bav euspcted
ZuniquIst of steaung clothing hefore
His room mo on iiotmes 14olm court wa searched searchedfoun
7estrday by the eflrer a vheeI
wte foun 1 beici baiezging ios to VlHjn Evans firaniSlowiaj Evans3lowin
Slowiaj 3lowin 13ise pse Safe SafeChicago SafeChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe
The bjoming of a fuss in an analotrtrlc electric
street car which flue the th average pas
eager with akin sffiiply indicates
What a safety safet device ha has proved relia ¬
ble and that a danger of u Injury to the
motor has been averted by it The cur ¬
rent which will flow through a motor motorwhen
I when it Is standing stn4h still is in almost all allcases nfleases
cases far in exovfe eze e ef o that which the themotor themotor
motor jp designed to o carry and in
det detJ j IE well
a desfgn g motor a cur current current ¬
rent dangerous for themotor the meter will be bereached berent
reached rent tied before the motor hay been beenstalled beenstalled
stalled The effect of this heavy our ourrant < r rrent
rent on the motor if allowed to eon eonilnuc eonI
I ilnuc i is to heat the winding to a dan dangeruus dngerous
geruus degree and destroy the insula insulation hulettoii ¬
tion posrlbly setting it on flre flreaud and it
is to prevent this occurrence whether
due du to careless handiiCig of the car or orto orto
to unexpected causes that the fusee fuseeare fuseeare
are used A fuse is aJjwiply a short piece pieceof
of wire of such sian e that if will be malt malted meltI ¬
ed I bv a current which Jf allowed to toflow toflow
flow through the motor for any time timeil timewill
will il damage it The melting of the thefuse
fuse opens tht circuit and cuts off the thecurrent theeuyreni
current froita th t motor Topftteat Pd ltet the thecar thecar
car the fuse fr iijcjosed lit n a fireproof
box boxWhen
When the fuse blows there is gner gnerally generally
ally volatilisation of the metal of the theuse theruse
ruse use and a slight explosion x1oeion These ex explosions cxploslons ¬
plosions usually cause a rei report rt and
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BITIMOR A STDIN4 STDIN4I
I MASS OF IIJMS IIJMSa
a Continued en e Pas Page 7
arty Sharp and TBaltlmclresireets was wasearly wasearly
early found to be d0am8 pOi RB and tits titsfiremen thefiremen
firemen turned their tbelrfittehtion itehtion to any saving anylag ¬
lag the buildings on Baltimore street streeteast streetearn
east of Sharp SharpThe SharpTh
The Th flr lire was bayonfl beyo d their control controland centregad
and the liamefi ra som otio ue building buildingto
to another in spite of oftbe vthe fact that the tJufiremen theiheinen
firemen did their best to check the tbeprogress theprogress
progress of the iiames by soaking the thestructures theatrncturee
structures with water waterCinders waterCinders
Cinders i lgutt4 ntte4 the roof of the Front FrontStreet FrontStreet
Street theatre half g 9 mils away and andfor andfor
for a time it looked as though that thatstructure thatstructure
structure would b be destroyed The Theblase ilie ilieblaze
blaze was extinguished by firemen and andcitizens aidcitizens
citizensMuck citizens citizensMuch
Much alarm ia felt at the city hos hospital ho hopIta
pIta when the rain of cinders was at atits t tItg
its > fiercest The Sisters of Mercy ia iacharge Inebarg
charge ebarg of he institution In ttutioi were wcrealI all at attheir atthetj
their poet and en a effort was made to tokeep tokeep
keep the fact oC the lire a secret from fromthe fromthe
the patients A fetr cinders oInd s fell on tee teeroof theroof
roof of the hospital but were extin extinguiefced extrngu1s0ed
guiefced by b th the physicians of the house housestaff housestaff
staff staffEighteen y
Eighteen women two babies and andseven andseven
seven nurses were taken from the ma maternity rn rntrIty ¬
ternity hospital on West Lombard Lombardstreet L mbtd mbtdstreet
street in police ambulances and given givenquartet givenquarters
quartet at the city hospital hospitalTremendous hospitalTremendous
Tremendous Explosion ExplosionAt
At 3 oclock a tremendous explosion explosionoflW explosionoflO
oflW barrels of whisky stored in the theupper theupper
upper floors of 34 Hanover street streetiiurled streetiiurledtolW hurled hurledton
ton tolW of burning matter across the thestreet thestreet
street onto the roofs of the buildings buildingsapposite buildingsopposIte
apposite which the firemen were weredrenching weredrencring
drenching with wA wter r in a vain hope hopeof hopeof
of waking Hanover street the eastern easternboundary easternboundary
boundary line of the fire The names Ilamesquivered namesquivered
quivered quivered for a few moments under the thewater thewater
water but soon ate into the buildings buildingson
on the east side A firs engine nlnc was wasburied wasburled
buried by a falling wall the firemen firemenfleeing firemenfleeing
fleeing for r their II IIThe lives livesThe
The whole city wasniot wastioUfletl fied of the theflre thefire
fire by a terrlfks explosion some min minutet mm mmitme
utet after 11 oclock A sharp split splittins splitting
tins roar went up with reverberating reverberatingthunder cverberatIngthunder
thunder This was followed by a a pe peculiar pemImi ¬
mImi whistling pole like that mane maneby matte matteby
by the shrill wind The churches ia iathe Inthe
the central section of the city were wereftllwi weretilled
tilled wIth worshipers many ef f whoni whonihaeame whonibeswe
haeame frightened and though no noPftttle nop0
Pftttle ensued hundreds of men and andwomen audwoineti
women left their scats and wont out outSide
Side 0 to see what had happened happenedWild bapenedWild
Wild Excitement ExcitementIB
5 IB a few momenta tile streets all allover allQvw
over th city were crowded with ex excited cxcited ¬
cited people Another deafening crash crashoccurred crashecurrotl
occurred and dense columns of cinderg cindergand clnderanti
and smoke shot up aver the central centralstHSijon centrals4ion
stHSijon of the city and in a huge brown browncolumn browncolumn
column moved rapidly towards the thenortheaet thenortheast
northeast Borne on the strong south southeast southeaei ¬
east wind the column of f smoke blitz blazIng blitzleg
leg cinders and even pieces of tin roof roofing roofleg ¬
leg spread ever the censor of the city cityand cityand
and a rain of cinders fell compelling compellingpedestrians compellingpedestrians
pedestrians to dodge the coals coalsTwo coalsTwo
Two more explosions followed and andthousands andthousands
thousands of people hurried to the thescene thespe
scene spe of the fire Pieces of tin six by byeight byeight
eight feetfrauarelrare toutuare fste liftgd inp the theair theerr
air by the terrific heat sailed upward upwardlike upwarllike
like paper kites and when they reached reacheda
a point beyond the zone of the most mostintense uiotIntense
intense heat fell fluttering to the thestreet theStreet
street streetCrash StreetCrash
Crash after atei crash within the burn burning burnil ¬
ing il district occurred but even the fire firemen firemen ¬
men could not tell from what buildIng bulldinthey buildIngthey
they proceeded proceededValte proceededWaits
Waits and flooring fell in iz thunderous thunderousroars Th ntleroua ntlerouaroars
roars that echoed for blocks away awayHundred wayliundrods
Hundred et merchants and business businessmen businessmen
men with oflices in the threatened dis district 416triet ¬
trict were noti4 notified by watchmen and andpolice andpolIee
police Nearly ail took ateps to have havetheir havetheir
their boeks remqyed to a plaice plae of safe safety safety ¬
ty Hundreds of men and boys were wereengaged wereengagud
engaged to move the thePartial books booksPartial
Partial List of Burned Buildings BuildingsAmong EuildliigsAmong
Among the buildings consumed ins are arethe arethe
the following Rojcbury Rye blstillinff blstillinffcompany Dl8tilllflgcompany
company Allen Sons leathery Su Sugar Sugar ¬
gar Shoes clothing Stein Steinumbrella Co Coumbrella
umbrella manufacturers M Friedman FriedmanSons FriedmanSons
Sons Crockin Cx o > dry goods goodsSchwarz goodsSchwarz
Schwarz Toy company Mulling hotel hotelBargunder hotelBurgunder
Bargunder Brothers clothing Mans MaasKemper MansRomper
Romper manufacturer menu faeturerq of confection confectioners co fection fectionera ¬
ers tools Lewis Lowery Co dry drygoods drygoods
goods Dry Goods Exchange S Neu Neuburger Neuburger
burger Bro dry goods A Meyer MeyerCo
8 Co druggists Oarrollton Chemical Chemicalcompany Chemicalcompany
company William T Dixon Bro Browholesale Browholesale
wholesale papet Burger Qp c whole wholegale wholegale
gale clothing Blnkes saloon Thomas ThomasBurke ThomasBurke
Burke Co liquors James A Goary GoarySons Gear
Sons cotton mills office Charles CharlesBurger CharlesBurger
Burger tf Co wholesale clothing clothingAmerican clothingAmerican
American Cigar company CookSan CookSanderson CookSanderson ¬
derson clothiers S Hecht Jr Co Cocarpets
carpets Daniel Miller tc Sons dry drygoods higoods
goods Dlgga Curnut Co boots and andshoes andshoes
shoes Nolans restaurant C I I Dx Dxvidson > a avldgon
vldgon gas fitting establishment P PSchtewnes FScbubes
Schtewnes Co clothing dealers Op Oppanh Oppeuhree
panh peuhree imer Krosiand Co wholesale wholesalejewelers wholesalejuwelers
jewelers W V Catsen Co clothing A AFederlicht AFederlleht
Federlicht Co woolen goods C J JStewart SStewart
Stewart it Sons hardware OConnell OConnellBanaon OConnellIlartuon
Banaon restaurant building occu occupied occupled ¬
pied Uy the Rational at1onal Exchange bank bankand bankand
and the Merchant Manufacturers Manufacturersassociation lfhnufacturersassoofetlon
association Htfpkina Savings bank bankbuilding bankheilding
building occupied by the llornon Rog Rogers Rogera ¬
ers Co printers Owens Heinman HeinmanBlakea HeinmanBlakes
Blakea saloon Ainbaeh Brop cloth clothing clothlug ¬
lug manufiacturers Conrad Zeals ZealsSen ZealsSon
Son trunk manufacturers meavfaeturers building buildingoccupied buildingoccupied
occupied by b Siiberman Todes dry drygoods drygoo4s
goods Thatheimer Bros lir s dry goods goodsand goodsand
and the Florence Fl r nce W JJcCdrthy com company comaperry
perry Fu eibtiugkIake company companyrall companywe
we rall paper Ranch 8 Garnor arnor window windowshades windowshaieo
shades R Jandorf Co boots and andshoes andshoes
shoes James Robertson Manufacturing aianufaoturingcompany Manufacturingcompany
company nietato Peter Rose Sons Sensharness Sonsharness
harness and aadcUery B Koh ohn no notions nothree ¬
three H PretaffMer hoots and sheen shjaesJphn sheenJohn
John Murphy company publishers publishersBaltimore publisliurs9aJthnore
Baltimore News company book sell sellers sellera ¬
ers the tti Cashing company opk ok sey seyer sel selera
er era J 1 8 MacDonald Co jewelers juwolersGoodyear jewelersGoodyear
Goodyear Rubber company Likes Be Bewanger 13ewanger
wanger Co clothiers Welsbaoh WelsbaohCo
Co jewelers Consolidated Gas com company cornpny ¬
pany office building Oehms Acme Acmehall Acmeball
hall c4thl clothiers ns W J C Dulany com company corniany ¬
pany Huyter > confectionery Wll Wllnam WI11am
nam Knaoe Piano company Samuel SamuelHunt SamuelHunt
Hunt Sons cloth goods James R RArmfgar ftArmiger
Armiger company jaweler D Bra BraHat Bran BranEat
Hat compaay Kranz Smith Pianp Pianpcompany P1an P1ancompany
company FW F W SIcAlUster Co op opticians optlcIpe ¬
ticians Bryant Stratton business buainesecollege businesscollege
college R Elrtx Co pianos Hm Hmwuod flmwood
wood Co f furniture Granger Co Cotobacconists Cotobaceontats
tobacconists tobacconistsIn
In addition to the lint of bulldirigy
burned and carried ia Urn early Asso Associated Aseodated ¬
dated Press reports ub following
buildings are reported repyrteilostroyed repyrteilostroyedCantiusatal destroyed destroyedContinental
Continental Tjf Tt t lompantf bunpa n Equita quitft ¬
his Calverta Bank of Baltimore In Internal Internll ¬
ternal Tr Tut t company CarrolltQU hotel
Junkers hotel St Pauls hdtel dyna dynamited dynaratted ¬
ratted Chesapeake Potomac Tele Telephone TelephOne ¬
phone company Maryland Trust com company coinpany ¬
pany Alexander Brown Banking com companv coinpan
panv pan x xAt
panAt
At 2 oclock tnu > mornins a report was wasreceived wasreceived
received that both the Sun building nnd nndthe ntl ntlthe
the American directly across the thestreet thestreett
street streett had been dynamited dynamitedOTHER dynamitedOTHER
OTHER CllsPONP CllsPONPTO
TO CALL FOR ASSISTANCE ASSISTANCENew
New YArk B llsb b 7 74 rjiqtest for as asgtan as4IJtane
4IJtane gtan < e from tht th H flI jlfeiartmanfe Pf PfUmwre of4w
4w loik has b n r coWo fzi tI tIunsure
unsure AtlUlg L IIILnt 1igi mis
dered a force to be made raafljv and aadic andIs
ic arranging wilt the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniatDad Peniylvanireed
reed to send engines and met < on at atspecial p pspecial
special train trainChief trainQhlef
Chief Kruger i rugor announced so soon a after afteroeloek 2 2octoek
octoek that as soon asth Ballttn HeIUmbFe HeIUmbFeIt re reOhio
It Ohio had a train all 1 raedy read > o l lin tart tartin
in Jersey City he would 9is4 sdeven sdevenlnet PS CD CDengines
engines lnet over that road Battalion BattalionHowe battalioncl4ez
cl4ez Howe oote oekphgrge charge of tiftaiV tiftaiVActing tpAActing
Acting Chief Kruger reeefve roee Woril Worilsoon w4 w4noon
soon after Z oclock front th the ntayar of ofBaltimore ofBaltImore
Baltimore that the fireman < oC k that thatcity tbatcity
city were exhausted from the Arduous Arduousworfe tCrdtiuswont
wont of the > day and night Chief ChiefKruger IhI t tKruger
Kruger then directed the aen seIt4I1iof seIt4I1ioffour tierof tieroffour
four more companies end crews Ie the tirefi
fire fi
Washington Feb T TPnMei TPnMeiRoosevelt Paftsident
Roosevelt took a personal interest in Inthe
the reports of the progress o qf the lit1 lit1In fire firein
In Baltimore which were se t to him himfrom hintfrom
from various sources Burins theH theIevening
evening through MR secretary secrotai he di dlrected
rected Major Richar Silvester the thechief thechief
chief of police to render all assistance assistancecity assIncelie
lie could from his Odt5 tO the stilcicoti stilcicoticity
city The Washington police bureau bureauhad berenuhad
had a corps of detectives in Baltimore Baltimoreduring lialthneeduring
during the afternoon and tonJght fol following 1llowing ¬
lowing the presidents directions dIreeU s Ma Major M Mjoi ¬
jor Sylvester deewatchoa Captain CaptainBearsoK Cepalu1ron
BearsoK and a detail of thirty police policemeg
meg for duty to agsfet in hiorder pprtsprvlne pprtsprvlneorder
order Pour engines also were seat seatPhiladelphia mfltPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Feb 7 7In In response to toan toan
an appeal fttonj Bakimore ftftf h help helpfayor lpr lprJlayor
Jlayor Wearer tenlght gent six lire flreeomp lireeOnipenies
eomp eOnipenies nie and 164 policemen to that thatcity thatcity
city on special trains The six fire fireeompnnieg
eompnnieg esdi of which Cook aln 5 5Steamer
steamer and a Jiqse wagon war wee aug augmented adgmented ¬
mented by extra men from other eetn eetnpanieg coin coinpanles
panieg paniegFIRE panlesFIRE
FIRE LIKELY TO REACH REACHRESIDENCE REACHRESIDENCE
RESIDENCE SECTION SECTIONWpfejnfton SECTIONWnoltlngtoii
Wpfejnfton Feb S SA A dispatch re received
oeived from Baltimore at 2 a m says saysthe
the fire is still raging fiercely The ThepostoOice Theposto4ke
postoOice building IB burning also th the theoit i icourt
court house The Hottiday street the theati
atre ati has b been en Mown up with dynamite dynamiteand
and the United States Sta Express offices officesand offlceand
and central oJBces 4 nt > Jhe ir BaJUmflro BaJUmflroOhio ftlIinoro Sr SrQhio
Ohio railroa4 rallr are buiied buiiedWaahington buledWashington
Washington Fatt xA A telephone telephoneme0e tphonernenssg
me0e rnenssg g i from BalUmor ovar ova t th Bal Baltimore BsJtimore ¬
timore Sr Ohio wires at 2f5 2 a m says saysthe saysthe
the lire has reacdndr Jones falls the thestream thestream
stream that sep wgstei rjteai daftirnore and andBast andEast
East BsJUwwe BalUnggpd aad that a WgiU wind windis
is blowing The Tfift ht Baltimiire tsiUre see metion
tion consists of smalt residential residentialhouses rek1entIaihouses
housesTha houses housesThe
The hored area at t this time fe fethreequarter Isthrenquters
threequarter of a mile tony 1Oi Wilt and from fromtwo fVOettwo
two to eight blocks wide wideWashington witleWashiggton
Washington Feb S A teidjihoiie teidjihoiiemenage twohonamemeo
menage memeo received frm fr gt BaJtJnterfe i3II3ttmorb2S t t9M
9M a m days that wnen when Uif the fire firereachM Arereached
reached Jones fail5th falHf the wind wJnIldriving olwifsed olwifseddrlviss
driving the fire south and 4hat it bad Iwdreached badioached
reached the iharve where jnueh in inflammahie Inflammable
flammable insittef maitetWtred maitetWtredThere ft Stored StoredThere
There have be4i3nan be qnan changes ia iathe 1 1the
the course oC the thiejt1 JT snce it started at
11 oclock It first took a northerly northerlydirection uOrtheridirection
direction swerved northeaeterly until untilabout untilbout
about 4 oclock cad then struck due dueeast duoeast
eastiWmeve east eastemploye
iWmeve Fh5h Adams an anemploye
employe of the Be4tt a4treor oreA Ohio rail railroad railrood ¬
road fays that at ate35I 35i a m the fire fireContinues lice liceqontinue
Continues as dantretoua as eveti and Is Isnow i inew
now within two bkteks of the Camdart Camdartstreet Camd Camdstreet
street station The wind ha lies Just Justchanged justchanged
changed aad is s now blowing b1owjn hi an another another ¬
other direction directionWashington
Washington I Feb t S LA A telephone taJajlltonB taJajlltonmessage
message ne sNg received fi fioclock ftipt B Bwltlnir ltim6re a aoclock 8 8nt
oclock says the M Mphone nt Vernon tale teleAVashington talephone ¬
phone exishaage J irarning RdJhui RdJhuithe h4 h4thj
the St Paul telephone exchange exhe go has hasburned haebrnped
burned out The Mount Vernon ex exchange oxchngeIe
change chngeIe is about eight blocks froro ZiQU1h ZiQU1huaI th thunion
union uaI station stationNO stationNO
NO LOSS OF LIFE Hf HfSO HASOFARBEEN
SO SOFARBEEN FAR EEN REPORTED REPORTEDBaltimore REPORTEDBaltimore
Baltimore ajd Feb 8 1At vt S oclock oclocktlis oclockthis
this morning the flre was raging fierce fiercely fierceJ ¬
ly J So far as known at this hour nP nPserious noserious
serious casualties JJjtd 14 ba u reported reportetlto
to the police Telegr TeIegtb B telephone and andelectric antielectric
electric wires of sJpvfcinds are r pros prostrated prostrated ¬
trated Express waajens have been beenkept beetkept
kept busy tUl nigrt removing furni furniture furnI furnIture ¬
ture and fixtures ront the counting pbuiitlngzoome countingroom
room and wr waohl lioM in i tha th throat thncsitied throatened
ened ied dlstrioU The Th r4 haft now coy covered coyered ¬
ered an area of hhggequerters tre iuart rs of a amile amile
mile in reitftttt toy b xftearly 1tearl a a quarter oC oCa o oa
a mile in width taking taid gln in manyof the themost themost
most important b buD4fne Bdi g in the city eltyNo cityNo
No one will venture rent re An tu estimate of the themonetary thein000try
monetary loss lossTQ 1oa 1oatiwspap
TQ tiwspap pape Enterprise EnterpriseWaahlnjUM InterpriseWaIzigtne
WaahlnjUM Fee 8 SThe The entire zitfre Stal StalOf t tof
Of th tire Baltimore Sun was transferred transferredto traiaferre4to
to Wsetihrgten Vmsii irten at 11 oclock last night nightand nightand
and that paper will he issued by the theuse theus
use us of the plant of the Evening Star StarEstimate StarEstimates
Estimate of the area burned made madeby madeby
by the Sun staff place it at between betweentwentythree betweentwentytbre
twentythree and twehty twehtyfour four blocks blocksall blocksall
all of which is the busjio busi aae gec sect4eis sect4eisLOSS on onLOSS
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
LOSS 50000000 50000000Wasliinyton 5OQOOOOOWashington
Washington Feb f LThe The Bafti B4rtiipore + f ff
+ f wore Sun in its Issue publishedthis published 4 4f
+ f this moramg from from WachittCten WachittCtenf +
+ f says it te thought the loss will ex ax axcecil 4 4ceed
> cecil 60OOOW Th The I 1lg1it l ht street streetwharvien + f fwharvea
+ wharvea where the flames were wereaM + f
4 lasrt aM reported 1hsading heading irielutia a a aitnmbet 4
+ itnmbet of wobden strustures filled filledwith +
4 + with merchandise mereirndlse mereirndlseInsurance +
4 Insurance men estimated the 4 4loss
4 lose 4n the wholesale business din dintlict 4
4 diet in which the fire originated 4 44a 4a
4a + a iWMW The Tieaviest of ofthee 4 +
4 + these losers were Jfchn E IL Hurst Sr 4
4 Co 1O5IW lsee W insurance owi el 1 4
4 + ooeeo R M Q nttes tte Co dry drygoods 4 +
4 goods ttHMM 110000 Ti The e Daniel Mfl MIbr 4
4 + ler company 150QOM on o build 4 4tags
4 + logs and contents eont ue Arm Ariflptroug roiti 4
4 Carter Co i lIi0 80 This c di s 4 4
4 4 trict comprises abo about t IK 11 build buildlrgs 4
4 + ings occupied by more thssp led ii 4 4HOUSE 4 4Uftiw
+ Uftiw +
+ 44 44Washington + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
HOUSE TOBEOASTr TOBEOASTrWashington
Washington Feb iJjke 7 The house on onTvesflay onTuesday
Tuesday will tak take t up p tlje ConnBll ConnBllHowell Copnoiiffoel1
Howell contested election ease from fromthe
the Tenth Pennsylvania digtfiet and andby and1by
by agreement between the minority jnlaorltyand minorityand
and majority will vote at 8 p m on onWednesday onWednesday
Wednesday Mr 7oa oae chairman of ofthe ofthe
the naval affairs committee will report re report ¬
port the naval appropriation bill this thisweek thl thlweek
week and probably can it up for or actIon actienlate actIonlate
late in the week weekWashin weekE4Y
E4Y N WASHINOON WASHINOONWaahtsgten
Washin Waahtsgten ten Feb 7 7Seerelapy Secreta SecretaState of ofState
State Say today returned to W ViehUig isftn isftntoo
too iroqei Tnomasville Ga 3a whtr wh lie liehas Itehas
has been recuperating for th past pasttwa pa paweeks
twa weeks w ak He EL seems aI aIrocoered almost onUrely onUrelyrecovered
recovered from his irl saseranfi1ppDsItiqn saseranfi1ppDsItiqnThe i er JnpigpJgXtifln JnpigpJgXtiflnVihitft
The wcrctar peut some trta tIe tIeWbIt
Vihitft House tonight In inritiz IS ISvitb
vitb President Iloosev Iiioeevlt It oii oiieastern on
eastern situation lt ation
t 1
0 6 II N NE NEOgden
Ogden Monday Montla Feb S SSUICIDE 8SUICIDE
SUICIDE OF MRS CAMPDuring CAMP CAMPDuring
During Period of Melancholia MelancholiaYoung MelancholiaYoung
Young Woman Takes Poi Poison Poison ¬
son and Dies Diesmanager DiaLdts1
dts1 Maiy Caap wits of W C Camp Campmenaget
manager or f Ibe Dales Pacific telegraph telegraphorflce telegraphoflies
orflce ht Qggen Qgd r died about midnight Sat Saturday fiaturay ¬
urday night and the body is to be sent to toCdferade toCo1rad
Cdferade Co1rad Springs lf tr r burial tomorrow tomorrowMrs tomorrowMr
Mrs Mr Camps n death was th the remit of a aoeee adese
oeee of carbolic acid seIfadmtnIatcre4 seIfadmtnIatcre4It elt adntntstere L LU
U te state by her husband her friends friendsand friendsand
and her physician Dr Forbes that she shehad
had been be subject for several monttts to tosevere toseYnfe
severe uervout headaches and fits Its of ofmefaaehetta ofzseianelrolIa
mefaaehetta rend rendrIng rins her for th U time timeirresponsIble e eirreapensible
irresponsIble and extremely pensftive to toeritietent toerjtlelsni
eritietent ef f any kind It was during one oneof oneof
of th these s that the drug was administered administeredbvt
Her husband was In the room at the thee theebut
but did d not reaihte what his hl wife was wasdoing waSdoing
doing Dr Forbes wag summoned mine iaratefUately
fUately and ittl attired rriv A a few minutes after afterthe afterthe
the drag wa wss swaltowei but It wa lnv lnvpo liiiposib1e
posib1e po f IW to counteract It Its effects effectsThe effectsThe
The body ia being prepared for ship shipment shipmeet ¬
meet to her old home at Colorado Springs Springsby
by Undertaker Riches
The death occurred at the apartments apartmentsof
of air and Mrs Camn in the Stilwell Stilwellterrace tilwellterrace
terrace Mrs Camp was about K years yearsof yearsof
of age and she was a daughter of Joseph JosephPamtt JosephFat
Fat Three sister ai Anaconda AnacondaMont AnacoDdaMont
Mont havfc been notified It Is not prob probable probable ¬
able that there will be any inquest inquesti inquestIZVRX
i 3 > < ROW1 ED TVHILiB DBTTNK DBTTNKBody IZVRXBody
Body of jfarjina d 5e Isceveed T etl nd ndTaken 4 4Taken
Taken to Ogden OgdenThfi OgdenThe
The body of J B McFarland WM WMni wSbrqugkt
brqugkt in from the cutoff last ght ar arDivIng
DivIng In Ogden bout mIdilight tc tcFkrrtnd
Fkrrtnd ni was drowned in the I lake R Setu Setudaar Sethrdcx
daar evening by t faiflpg IUn Off the trestle trestlewhQe tretIewhUe
whQe Intoxicated The accident happened happenedabout happenedabout
about S o oeloekbnd > Iock and was witnessed by a anumber anumber
number of workmen but the wind ear earrpi eartle4
rpi the ut unfortunate ortuDat man out into the tbelake thelake
lake before they th could overtake bjm U 5Io 5IoFarlond McFarland
Farlond wa was a maw about 4 w 0 YearS yearaage YearSt
° t age gg and his hbme wa wee at O4eboU Ia IaSeveral la laSeveral
Several letters from hi his son IrVfne liv living livlug ¬
lug at that place were found in hi hipockets his hispockets
pockets He went out to the cutoff about abouta
a week ago aid had previously worked workedin
in Ogden at t tk Eagle eatoou where h hconducted he heconducted
conducted one of the games He had hadnot
not gone to work out on the trestle a ab as ashe
b he was intoxicated and tb the leraman leramanwould loretpnwould
would notput Mm to work unUIhc until he bad badsobered badsObered
sobered up Undertaker Larkin was no notiried
tiflea by the county attorney of hex Kl 141der
der < J r count to take charge of the bodyand body bodyand
and he will prepare it for shipment cast castDeath eastI
Death of Enoch Oraheed OraheedISiocn OraltoedEhoch
I
ISiocn Orahood proprietor of th the Ogden Oaxlencarriage Ogdencarriage
carriage factory wed Saturday nig ulgt fat at athis athis
his home On Tenth street after an 1fln innajw innajwof s sof
of gevaral weeks He was about iO years yearsof
of ae and the ultimate cause of hi his
death was heart trouble Mr Onihoed Onihoedleaves Orahqedleaye
leaves a wife and sense grown children childrenthe chlldre14the
the Uttter in 1 Kansas He wafc w a member memberof
of the Masonic order but had not af affilial afflltgtad
filial flltgtad wltb the lodge in Ogden and it itwas Itwas
was not known nowu yesterday whether he heha4 hehad
had kept up ate wemberfthtx wemberfthtxContracts emberahb emberahbContracts
Contracts For Tomatoes Tomatoesi
i The farmers ef the county are bra brgln brglnslug n nnlac
slug to cvauaet with rb the canning cow cowpanies cornpalilee
panies for the ero stop ef tomaloen next ss s ssee
see Th The price beta being guaranteed by the thecefntHMtitts theSegipeafes
< cefntHMtitts 1 Is j 10 per ten for tomatees de d dlirereti
Mrered ir irnwto in Jiagest ai is per ton for to todflyeesd
> nwto oelfvered in September and Oc Octoner
i toner
Grazed on the Cttteff CttteffJoseph CatoffJoseVh
Joseph Anderson a man mentally d 4e 4eran H Hran
ran od a WAS brought in 4st eat niRht front fronttKe fronttwe
tKe cotor in charge char of Special Officer OfficerCordon OfficerOoltion
Cordon and was looked u < > at the police poiicustation policettioH
station ttioH pendlax the arrival today of fiber Sheriff fiber7ff ¬
iff Joseph The man appears quiet and andcauses andcauses
causes the jail authorities no trouble troubleOgdn troubleOgdmt
Ogdn Briefs BriefsMr BriefsMr
Mr aaa Mrs W W Corey rMOruod yes yestSjftfay yesrIay
tSjftfay rIay to their rtoh atjHutton at Burton Ida IdaMr idetr
Mr tr and 3r Mrs O A Parinley Parible leftyester left yester yesterdy
day tor fo California to be absent for rev severa revOral
era Oral weeks weeksThe wesThe
The funeral erics over ccr the remiins remiinsof
of Mrs K Neoteboom vc were re held yester yesterdaf yesterde
daf de afternoon In the Fifth ward malting maltingneitse
house which was net soi lar large e enough to tocontain tocontain
contain the throng of fri frind ttds in attend attewianco attendanec
anco ancoA
A 4 laJberer from the cutoff wbgee name namewas namewas
was not learned was brought Into the litehospitcl thehospital
hospital teat h nigHt eufferteK froM fro a aUndhr alndiy
Undhr crnahed foot which he had ti tifnmA 1 1tme
fnmA way got Under u car wheel while whileon
on the trestle trestleat trestleVND4
VND4 FAGBDY FAGBDYiSt
at Louis Feb 7 TIp in a fight tftfiay on onOlive onOlive
Olive atrtet before dayiiirht JeBb JeBbLtttJer YssephI4Uer
LtttJer proprietor of the Baettetor Baettetorhotej Eashelorhotil
hotej pn Olive street was shot and d In Instantly InsMnUy ¬
stantly kt killed ed and Policeman Wward WwardMackele Wazd WazdMackale
Mackele was shot and seriously seriouslyBlOAtttiaf seriouslyw
w iisd iisdEXOONGBE6bLI
EXOONGBE6bLI DAX DAXBloentIngtA
BlOAtttiaf eA III Feb T BitCon BitConKreaeman stCon stCongreinan
Kreaeman Bhomas F Ttp Ttppe n who whoservad whoserved
served 54 rferesentatlve rliprssenta live from 18J7 to to1S79 to1Sfl
1S79 died here today aged 0 yeats yeatsValuabl yeatsVajuabi
Valuabl Cwiarias CwiariasLondon Cntr1snLondon
London LondonThe MaUX MaUXThe
The recent sale in London of a pair pairof pairof
of canari canaries e for 70 ha hs directed public publicattention publeattention
attention to the boom now ragtag in inthese Inthese
these diminutive pets petsSince petsfilnoc
Since King Edward took np the hob hobby bobby
by of canary cans breeding price hare been beensteadily beenstea4Ily
steadily rfeftig and in mane raar y IpatOsces IpatOscesrds io tLnc tLnctftrds
tftrds rds liav ha > changed chIU d hands for four fourtimes fourtimes
times theft weight in gold goldThe goldThe
The moat expensive variety are those thosewith thosewith
with crests or topknota of feathers featherePerfect feathersPerfect
Perfect crested reeted canaries are very e dnH dnHcult dtIcult
cult to breed and they are aujeet to toblindneas tobJindna
blindneas the erect being cultivated to toBuch tosuch
such an extent that it grows ri right t over overthe everthe
the eyes and hides even the beaks beaksPrieee beaksPrLes
Prieee f for r good 4cres ereaUp range froin
5 to 40 40Norwich 40Niiri3i
Norwich nlainhead caOarJe liuiries are far farmore tarmore
more popular but do stat ot realize such sgehliigh suchhigh
high prices At Hudriersneld show r roentlf re receittI
oentlf ceittI a you f bird h in 1U ftret rst season seasona seasonwe
we a ssdld by auction auoti for fo 15 1 jes Me Meers MeersMiJe ra raMadtJer
MadtJer MiJe Bfoa of Norwich whose last lastconsignment lastconsigr3meiit
consignment of canaries to New Torn Torknumbered Tornnumbered
numbered 5a 5000 u have sold several severalplainheadfi severalpleinheada
plainheadfi at prices ranging from Eta Etato 15 15to
to 25 2 apiece apiecePlalnhead apiecePlainhead
Plalnhead JCorwiii are bred almost almostexdustvely almostexclusively
exclusively for color properties the themost themoat
most highly colored specimen Invari Invariably Invariably ¬
ably heading toe list For the purpose purposeof
of enhancing the natural color large largeto 3argequantities
quantities of cayenne and other pep pepjsirempoyted
jsirempoyted from Spaht anti grven grvento
to the blrj blrjfood birdn in a preparation of egg eggSqUelcued eggfood
food
SqUelcued Senator Caapp CaappI OlappCNp
CNp IiThb4i IiThb4iI
I wonder if Senator Cigpp of 5 Wa Wanesoa ia ianeaota
neaota ever thinks about th tM time toe toetriad lietrledtotalk
triad trledtotalk to talk at BriK8 Corneas zeltOd zeltOdAsslstnt Sk d dAssistant
Assistant Secretary Horace A Tay Taylor Taybr ¬
lor of the treasntry department as he he8vung heswung
swung around in his chair to chat chatiThat chatThat
That wa wa4 before he ever dreamed of ofooraiBs1 ofcopsg
ooraiBs1 to the aerate Re and I lived Ure4next livednext
next deer to each other up at Hudson HudaanWiK HudsonWin
Win and were greatly interested in inth Inthe
th the outcoMe of a state campaign one onefall oneI1
fall I1 We thought that everything was wasgoing wasgoing
going on all right except over at Erins ErinsCamera EIIaSCorners
Camera a strictly Hibernian settle settlement settlenient
ment where you couldnt pry up a Re Republican Republican ¬
publican vote with a jimmy Finally Finallywe
we decided ta take the tir bull by the thehoras thehorns
horns and hold a a BepuMlean meeting meetingright meetingright
right at the Corners itself R > hired the thesehool thesehool
sehool house and advertised speeches 8jeechesby
by Clapp and Sd d Nye Nyea a brother of ofBIU ofmill
mill Nye the humorist At first we weUlOUgbt weUmougt
UlOUgbt that we wouldnt get a crowd crowdbut crowdbut
but ve did fh Tbe plejce w wjs packed packedAnd packedAiid
And they were the hardest looking lot lotQ lotor
Q or tinconverHble Denaocrats y yell m ever eversaw evesaw
saw Nothing NothIn daunted Clapp got up upand upaul
and began to t talk He was howled howleddftwn howleddtnpnlnjunthalf
dftwn dtnpnlnjunthalf in just Imlf a minute He began beganrafii began1tanU
rafii 1tanU and vsis wan again howled down downu
1 u IfratledY nitisd atwJ when tbe jells hgd hgdded hodded
ded Ujld a 5 funny tory Th Thoy y lit lisd litfd
fd d to that but the moment r merit he bj gfcn n
talking Republicanism they a again againdrewned ain aindrawned
drawned Mm nut As be stood there thereirresolute thercIrresolute
irresolute an ujti Irishman who had foia foiam 1oi 1oimeijy
meijy m rjy warked W lkOdfOC for his fatheecem father came up upbehindhM u ubehind
behind behindhM h 1tI 1 tugged at Ms 1 oo ci citails i iDont
tails C jnrne is Moses MosesDoet
Dont mffm 1tfle them Me the old man manurged manurged
urged < Qia birInd siHnd tnetn them Mo tci thcytv thcytva
a lot of ro reitjea aies No decent people peoplewould peopitwould
would come comevHre comeWIro1m
WIro1m vHre ass Danger Signals SignalsPhiladelphia SignalsPhiladelohia
Philadelphia Reeord ReeordA
A s8thm SiSt6 hjs llw been flevlaad by C Kf Kfefawiy b b1ce1wiy
1ce1wiy efawiy for warning ships at t sea of ofhouges ofappraohfttg
appraohfttg danger by equIppIng l1ht l1hthouaps
houges with wtr wireless l s signaling apparat apparatus ¬
us The ships tfe thetpseives tnselves must fee 11 fit fitted ¬
ted with a a receiving appajsiti which whichwould
would respond when they ctfrne within witWniha withinthe
the Mtnge of f the wlrolos3 wloIo signals seat seatoutlrwn a t tout
out outlrwn froni the nghthouse ffheM are to tobe tobe
be sent out at regular intervals at the thosame thenaniv
same time as the sound warnings A Aship Aship
ship by observing the time that passes passesbetween passesbetween
between reeaivirig re f4vthg the tvirelas Mpal Mpaland Sjjai Sjjaiand
and the round warning is enabled at atonce atonce
once to caJculte ita it distance from the thelighthouse tirelighthouo
lighthouse Jf Ui the craft now continues eonUmieon continueson
on its course for a few miles and then thenI thoumakes
I makes a Beond obaiir observation > ation all the thenecessary thenecessary
necessary data for asoortainlng tri trigononi8trle tn tngonootrIe41Iy
gononi8trle gonootrIe41Iy Uy the exaot position of ofthe ofthe
the lighthouse I In Obtained A special specialBtopwtttch speclnstopwatch
Btopwtttch reading directly in distance distanceI titetaricesanti
I and a Epocif 1 position Under have been beendevised beendevised
devised by Sir Kelway for use with his htaeyatem hissystem
system The system was submitted to tothe tothe
the consideration of the recant B Berlin Berlinwirelas ritu rituI
I wirelaaa telegraphy conf conference ran 9 It tt ttlustrnteM itIustr5te4
lustrnteM pn of the many ways in inwhich InWhic13
which wireless t Jegraphy may ma b6 made madeof madeof
of service to ships shipsEa4ut sh shHadnt
Hadnt Yet et JSiaaed itianed It ItPhilatleplila
Philatleplila Public Le4ger Le4gerThere
There was an old negro lIving near nearDerby ar arDarby
Darby who was taken ill and au called in Ina
a physician o hid own Toes to pre prescribe proscribe
scribe for him But the old man did didnot dliinot
not seem to improve and finally a awhite awhite
white physician was called 8oo Soon after afterarriving afterarriving
arriving Dr e1t Jt th the old nwwV nwwVpulse znani3pulsO
pulse for or a moment and than examined examinedhis
his tengue tengueDid tngueDld
Did your other dqotor take your yoartempora yourterupOraturoT
tempora terupOraturoT ur he asked askedI
I dont don kjaow bogs he answered answeredfeebly answeredfeebly
feebly I bglnt missed anything but butmy ut utmy
my watch watch as yit yitDIAMOND yltDIAMONDCOAL
DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALirIl COAL COALSf
Sf irIl > si only by Citizens Coal company companyBSlvest companyWest
BSlvest West Saeond See fIrl South Tel TelNotice 49 49Notio
Notice NoticeNOTICJ5 NotioNOPfC14
NOTICJ5 JS UJBRBBY GIVEN BY THE THEcity TilEcity
city council of Salt Lake City of the in intention intentlon ¬
tention of such council to make the fol following folIowlnij ¬
lowing described improvements towit towitCeasfruetiilg towitoirMhietliIg
Ceasfruetiilg a cement sidewalk Bi sh feet feetwide lestwide
wide on the west side of A street Iron fremFourth IronFourth
Fourth to Fifth streets the east side of ofA ofstreSt
A street from South Templa to Fifth Fifthstreets Fifthstreets
streets the west side pf f B street from a apoint apoint
point 10 rods north of South Temple Templetre TempleCttSStt
CttSStt to Fifth atret the east audc of Ii IiStreet
Street tre t from South Temple to Ninth Mntntreeta Ninthatreehi
treeta the west side of ia street from fromSecond from5ecod
Second to Third streets the north side of ofFirst ofF1rt
First street from a paint SS rods west of ofA ofA
A street to B street the th north side of ofSecond ofSecond
Second street from a tt point 25 rods west westof westof
of A street to B street and from D street streetto
to B str steet t tbs ha north sjdo ol Third street streetfrem streetfrom
from A to B street the south sloe sloeef slOeof
ef Feurtb street f fcuin m A to B streets the thenorth the10tb
north side of PatirtH street from A ta D Dstreets Dstreets
streets euth side Idc of Fifth Street from fromA
A to C str streetS 6te the north plda Ide of Fifth Fifthstreet Fifthstreet
street from Bte U e B streets the EOUthTsWe EOUthTsWeof
of fitsth stroot from A to B streets the thenorth thenorth
north aide of Sixth street from B to D Dstreet Dstreets
street the north sltfe of Seventh street streetfrom streetfrom
from B to K streets the north aide of ofBiKhth ofnlghth
BiKhth street from B to B streets In InIdowalk Insidewalk
sidewalk districts Non 2 31 and 26 and de defray defray ¬
fray the cost and expanse thereof esti estimated estistated ¬
mated at nineteen thousand eight hundrid hundrsdl50CO
1 l50CO POOO dollars or one and SlO0 51 514oilaz I1dollars
dollars per trout or linear foot 1te by a S local localesseSEment localssesainent
esseSEment for a depth of twentyfive 25 25feet > l lfeet
feet upon the lots or pieces of ground groundwithin groundwithIn
within the following described districts districtsbeiae districtsbeIng
beIng the districts to be beaffected affected or b bfitedby belie beliefited >
fitedby fited by saId improvement namely namelyOn namelyOi
On A Street StretAll All of lots 2 and 9 block blocki
1 sit of lots ti and L block 16 all of lots
2 antI 3 block 41 all or Its ad adblock
i blocK44 block 11 all of iota 2 and 9 block 69 69I a aall
I all of lots 1 and 4 block 7 7O plat D DOn DOn
On B Street StreetAIl All of lots 2 and 3 block bloeklii
12 lii all of lot 4 block 18 all of tots lot 1 and ecu 4 4i 4block
i block 16 all Of lots 2 and 3 Mock 17 all allof allof
of tats 2 and 3 block 40 all of lots 1 and
4 block 41 all of lots 1 and 4 block 44 44fl 41all
all fl of lets 3 ftpd 3 block 4B all of lots 2 2ad
ad i 3 blffisk iii all of lots 1 and i block blockM hlockall
M all at Tots lots t and S block 18 7 ay xl of lots lotsi lotsarid
i and S i block lo k 85i Lii ftll dl of lots S and 2 kIosk WoskJ
J 10 and all of lots 2 and 3 block 124 plat platD platOn platI platOn
D I
On 3 P Street StreeLAll All of lots I and 4 block
3 30 pfdt D DQrt DQa
Qrt First 8tr StreetThe eL The east S r roda ds of lot
1 block S Zplst plat I all of lots 1 and 2 2blook 2block
block K i and sJl il of lots 1 I ana Z block blockpflit 1 1plkt
plkt B BOn DOn
On Stsjond Street StreetAll All of lots l 1and 1andblook and 2 2bloak
bloak 2S S all of lots 1 and 2 block 41 41all 41all
all of lots 1 and 2 block 42 4 plat D and andthe andthe
the east at 5 rode of lot 1 block S plat L LOn I Iin
On in Third Street StreetAll All of lots 1 sad 1 1block 5 5block
block 44 all of lots 1 and 2 block 46 4 all allof allof
of lots dtp I I and 2 block 46 and all of lots 1 1an 1anti
an anti < l 3 bleak 47 pint D DOn DO
On O Fourth Street troetAH All of lets 2 and 4 4block 4lbck <
block 44 all of lots 1 and 3 bleak CT all allef allof
ef lets 1 and S block GS and all ef lots 1 1and 1and
and S block 9 plat O OOR DO
OR O Fifth Street fltreetAhl All ef lots S and 4 4block 4blocit
block ill of lots 3 and 4 Week W ail ailof allofI
of ofI Iota ts 1 aad 2 block 7S 7 alt of lo lotti 1 and
2 Meek 74 and all of lots 1 I and 2 block
71 plat D DOn DOn
On Sixth Strt fittestAll All of lets 8 and 4 4block 4block
block 72 7 all of lets 1 land and 2 block So and aadOn andall
all of lotS 1 and 2 block 5l pInt D DOn
On Seventh Street StreotAU AU of lots 1 and andblbck 3 3blteck
blbck 1W all of lot lots l and S black l land 105 105l
and l all ef lots 1 and 2 block 103 phxt phxtD phxtOn p1stOtt
D
On Eighth StreetAli of lots 1 and 2 2ltte 21kek
1kek ltte Jv m 1 all of lets 1 and 2 block tth tthand 351and
and all lI of lo Iota fi 1 and 2 btobk 124 pta ptaD pleD
D Salt Lake City survey
All pretests and objections to the oar oarryioyout oartyingout
ryioyout of sunk intention must be pre presented preseined ¬
seined in writing to the city recorder recorderen
en or before the 28th day of February
l 1504 t being the time set by said council councilwhek cowiellwbei
whek it will hear and consider such pro prot protegts
t tegts ts and objeetlohs as may be made madetherete madethereto
thereto thereteBy theretoB
By B order of the city council of Salt SaltJv3 SaltLaJr
LaJr Jv3 City Ufc UfcJat U
Jat Dated 4 fieeember Kth ISO ISOJ 1P 1PJ
J S CRITCHLOU CRITCHLOUSidevalk CRlTC1ILOWCity
City Recorder RecorderIT ItceorderS1deral
Sidevalk Extension No NoCity > IT ITDelinquent k k3p1inquent2otice
Delinquent 3p1inquent2otice 3p1inquent2oticewI4sO Notice NoticeJ
wI4sO J k BARRETT MrNK lIN1NG G COM COMrinelpat COMpany
pany Prlnelpal rinelpat place of business Salt Salttc SaltLake
Lake tc City Utah There are delinquent delinquentupon delinquentupos
upon the feJloTjipg described stock n ac account cccount
count of aseasenvont of six lx Ltc fc cents i > er ershare erchase
share levied ufctynbef iseginb 2W IpO UII payable payableon mrableon
on or before January 26th 1904 the sev several ccvera ¬
eral era amounts set opposite the names of ofthe ofthe
the respective shareholders as follows followsJfo followsNp
Jfo No o Amount Amountt
Cert t SBanea Due DueS
S Alexander gogers 1SO lI I W flol0 o oIS
7 4lecn4er Bogera 2750 2750is
IS AlexaudBT Rogers 0 2710
40 Alexander Rogers 6200 620 9ni 9niAnd X1210 X1210And
And in acojap scoortlitnee gnoe with law and an order orderof eiderof
of the board of ii directors made on the 23d 23dday d dJay
day of De Deoaknbst ambar 1S08 so many shares of ofeach ofeach
each paresi qf g stock as s may be n neeesry neeesrywilt ces ary arywill
will be sold old at the office ojf of the company eompanythe companyroe21
roe21 L7 P QrOss blldIng Salt Lake LakeIIt
IIt Utah gn Thursday the 25th dc ut
Iobruary inn Ci 11 oclock a ni to pa patub
tub iOlillqutlllt usesasout together wit
the thi obgts of aflrertlelng and ant expense of ofsale ofsels
sale II J WA WALIIACTO WALIIACTOSecretary LIACE LIACESecretary
Secretary SecretaryUiotice SecretaryNotice
Notice UioticeKOTJCB NoticeNOTICIS
KOTJCB IS HBR13BY GIVEN BY THIS THIScity THEcity
city council ef Salt Lake City of attire the ic ictentlon Intentlon
tentlon of f such council to make the tot folCoBtstructJHc totlowing
lowing deeorlbed improvements Iewit IewitCostriictlsg
CoBtstructJHc a cement sidewalk sidewalk four fourfeet fourfeet
feet Wida w1d on the east aide of H direct be between beLweeii ¬
tween South Temple and First streets in insidewalk insidewalk
sidewalk tUetrtet No il and ad dofray the thecost thecost
cost and expense thereof estimated at attwo attwo
two hundred seventyseven and 30100 eiooZT7
877 dollars or 34101 084 dollars per perfront perfront
front or linear foot by a local assess assessment assessmoot ¬
moot foe a depth ef twentyfive 26 feet feetupon feetupon
upon the tots or pieces of ground within withinthe withinthe
the flIlug oUovlO iieerll dEScribed ed distrIct being beingtbo beingthe
the district la he affected or benefited by bysaid bysaid
said Improvement namely AH of lots a aand 2and
and 3 THock 6 plat D Salt Lake City Citysurvey Cityturw
survey surveyAll turwAll
All prot protests sU and objections to the carry carrying carrylog
log eat ut ef f suit intention mu uUt t b he pre presented presented ¬
sented ia wrltfec to tq the city reoot reootor recorder on onor
or befora the SlUt ui flay of Fbraai3 F53jr1t 1904 1904being IfiOlbeing
being the time a not t by said counolf when whnit
it will hear and oORsiaer ssIder such protests protestsand protestsand
and oajootionaas may bemftfla be matlethecto matlethectoBy thereto theretoBy
By order of the city council of Salt SaltLake SeltLake
Lake City Utah UtahDated 1tahDated
Dated December 14th I9CO I9COJ lIttiJ
J S ORITCHLOTT tR1TCHIOWite
ite Eondi EondiflTdsgtk
flTdsgtk i1001on io
Delinquent Notice HoticeCOM8TOCK T TCOMWWCK
COM8TOCK SiiAEfc Sit 5Ft MjNi MjNiity 1i1N
peAr of bjIiits4 room roomaot1
aot1 WCikt i1t i1tI
ity tJJh I i Nou Nu i iupm e i Ihnq Unq Unqu
upm a th ioiiviug a < JtV JtVunt u I stok to < k 01 i a alevieU 1 1lirt
unt MI u assesjHKi S levied UJK UJKIWS uc
the 13th day of Oetcmb Lt tn IWS the ce cetbe s sCl
Cl rai anmunis eninunt t oppoi tbe n nailer nailerrfsyctlve nies niesm niesSiarea
he respective siiurcciild i ii as follow follow4ert m
No of ofCfrJ
CfrJ 4ert Ncu Siarea Amoini Amoiniamrtton AmculS Amcul4iiMIly
G Y Wlluc S
Ml G Y WalUiet WalUietr 300
4iiMIly l w wI
I r I K Kl NisJn 1k 1kI
l I 1 1 Kusiehi 545 Si
dd iJ ii Beam bet iJ
mi s Rslt a ide t
i S C Hastlion b ec
14 u llaseitolL tciI
1 amrtton lot I I IC
S C Haseltoi m mV
V Ii Marltiaad Marls4SSO ijs ijsHasetton 1
I 3 Mland1150 i iC
C HeItur 5 5I
I > Hasetton Hasettoniuel S SS1W
S1W iuel J Paul PaultU 10 ti tinet
tU net < J 1 PuI 1 01 01t
N t Robert ti WJddison WJddisong 2 2Jr
Jr o ow
w h i Parsons1000 1L I
4 g 1 C 4 Parions f 4e 4eL
O Auwwis Auwwisr 1 1Jw
Jw 1 r C Farsens FarsensOB hl
Jo5 OB Obernoorfer ObernoorferJ 100 4
louy Leunon 5t l1 l1C
C J M DusseUorf DusseUorfFerrebec iea llmu llmuI
I W Galiacher 155 1QW 1QWFeprebc
Ferrebec FerrebecWl us 354A 354ATld
Tld iLaband Ii li J
10 100
sit nib rsaj i ale ale5pddls
5pddls Nssiuat 11 et
1 EstIr Elesmait itt 4 4Mo
Mo Dares Iessiau t e
en DarI4 E50 ss 1 1ac
ac t
1 1C 1r
C
r
3 WIlilap Stix ZO
114 Vflls lidx O
sl5 Wl WillIam lam ltJ SLur 2i Gi 1 1s
s William Mix Iz
55 W1ll1n Sits 1 155 155m
m 2 Clara F 8U oux 3M
i W B OTiMMtl 1 11 0l
S 1 Jteaa Cohen Cob aW W00 W00I
tt I Simon I0ssica
Pt 9 Nettle Upesias taOd
2 104 George W w teiln UMU a 354 t er erJioob
m Jfoob Jioob J Werthetoiic Werf3iaa 233
igS Chas L Swarta 3 m °
m Fred Rsetmad 109 i0 i0C
m C C Higgtoi m 10 °
m 511 Melbeme Vettec tt G
JH Melborne Potter Mi 1 1 11otI
IMi Ben D I Lace 1 W Wisl
LW isl Bn D Imp 00 00L
L Joe Obera4ori r 51 51l
l N and L Bry 0 0il
J il 4 William p Ifliam Stix
M 1015 J S Ferris
1061 William SUx Stix3i
3 3i iX WilMam Stix a 1 1ui
tea ui William wuin flUx
MW William Stir Stirla t
la 154 Herbert Waistcoat ill
1M5 A P Zemanaky Zomaislky1
1124 J 1 Rice IJK l
1MS 1l j Rice L tH
119 11 John Ryan
1139 11 John Ryan Ryan11ft Ryan11St
11ft John Ryan Ryan11S2 S 2
11S2 John Ryan RyanU
U 1151 William Stix Stixltt 2
ltt WIIHam Stix 2 211k
11 11k William tlx Ix 1
1135 William Stix is
1187 William flux N 15
113 William Stix NIs
1140 John Ryan J N
1171 H G Wend m
1175 Frank Rome 2
1174 Frank Russet Russet1l7
1175 Frank Runet 1 1lm 15 0 011i
lm 11i Frank Russet M3 P 410
1177 Frank Rumel ss 1 W 1 11j
1186 1j B A Qresawood Qresawood1M8 PS
1M8 S J Paul Paullm 50 501lal
lm S J Paul Paul12W NO Io Io12LPMartx
12W 12LPMartx t P Marlx 0 00
1296 Alfred Hamberaw M 1f 00
lSie J S Ferris ISO 0000 00001sit
1 1sit 4S Hudson SOBS Co I Itm
1371 tm Albert U Marks Sit
1315 J O MegeatH MegeatHVSflB Mageeth1000 So
VSflB 130 Joe Oberaderfer US USl39i S
l39i Jot Oberaoorfer l ll
l 17 r Joe Oberndorfer lm lm13s8 1 00 2
13s8 Jot Obemderfer 1181 118118W 10
18W Joe Oberaoorfer l 1110 l 100 IV
140 Jos Oberndorfer 11s 11s14M 11
14M J P M M144S Meeath P1000
144S C H Scheu
1444 C H Scheu SO
1445 C H Sche Sche144S ScheaLug
Lug C H 9chen 9chen144T
144T C H Schea 00
1448 C M Dopont 1 1Lilt
Lilt Ole Johnson 00 2
1437 O12 Johnson Johnson14B IN 5 i
14B 1 1 L R Shafer Shater148S III 00
148S I R Sbafer
150 W W Armetrosv 00
1614 Barney HfcKamanL McNamrt m mUS S J500 22 221J
US M I 08seWoirf > 100 U
16 1542 J P SpaukUna M 0 01I3
1513 J P Spaotdinir 00 2 2L4
1554 Thor G Love Love10 1 OS
15 1105 Barney MeKaaMtra MeKaaMtrat5 00 2
t5 1542 J Levlberjr SD eel eel1soi
1360 William Russet a 2 2iasi
1637 T 1 G Ixwre Ixwre1C14 00 hOe
1C14 X Dusselderf 3 00
1623 E J LudTkh j
1 1024 24 E J Ludvgh 100
1625 B J J I Ludvigh dvitrh dvitrhL6Z7 1 10 00
L6Z7 Geo R Maneock Maneock1O4 5pM
1O4 Wra J Buck 100 is as
16 1635 Gus IxiHewits 10 16 a
1638 V Carlson 5
16 1615 Daniel Dryfqs 10 00 2 21ale
1848 Thomas Cnrrlavui CnrrlavuiMax 1 1ieli
ieli Max Hanawer TO TOlm no noL54S
lm John MeNaily
1194 A A5 Hm Hanener o r Jr t 00 F
1957 Jot Oberndorfer OberndorferL en 2
L 18 68 J P Anson 10 l y F
1 8 Max Haoawer W Wl i 2
l 1561 64 A Hanaaer Jr Jr19K I
19K A Hanauer Jr
1 N J Dowija s
1100 Jot Obernaorfer ObernaorferM ii iiiris
iris M J DewUn z 2 21f2
1872 Bank of Comweree Comwereelt7J 00
lt7J Jos Obarneorfer ObarneorferX S
X 1174 T4 Metta Beetteher
1 1110 K C A Scheu pr
187 1 537 T Bills Browne BrowneV715 b 2 217l
V715 17l R J Decker Decker1TW 2
1TW Jo Joic Oberndorfer Oberndorfer17J1 1000
17J1 Joe Oberndorfer Oberndorfer1nB 1P 5
1nB Jo Joe Oberndorfer iie s
1728 17 Jot Oberndorfer 1 j 00
1784 1 mi Jos Oberndorfer 1000 p
1725 1 Joe Oberndorfer Oberndorfer1TK 1000 100017i5
1TK Jos Oberndorter 1000 l e e17r
1787 Joe Oberndorfer Oberndorferl73 j5 j5i
l73 i 72 Jot Oberndorfer Oberndorferrfer 1000 ym ymI
I 7 Jot Obern4orfer rfer iea 10 10Jon
1781 Jo Jon ooernoerler ooernoerlerl 1 1e 1eI
l Ta 73 Jon 0 flberndOffr erndorf 1100 ti 2 2OberndOrfer
1738 Jos Oberndorfer OberndorferUt 00
Ut Rope tane L Llas
las C M Dupont1000 mi 00
2 2t
F7 fegeatl1105 27 10
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the 12th day of December l as e many avaayshueVof manyshsres
shueVof shsres Of each parcel of said a ffteeJt aa aaiSaVbs anmay
iSaVbs may be necessary will be sold at PuWlo pwisauction PuWloronmK
auction t the office of tlr t trooms
rooms 7 1 and 2 Walkers Walkerscorner Bi belwiis 2 2corset
corner of Main and Second aput South streets streetsSalt
Salt St Lake Lake City Utah on Thunrtay musdsy4th
4 4th to day ef February MO 00 at a ociaeh o mp mpin T TKI
KI to pay delinquent aseessaeals te teBy togeher
geher with the cost of adert1g sn snexpense
expense of OBZYtNDRY OBZYtNDRYBy
By order of the board of directors of o tte tteComfltock t tCootgtoek
Comfltock Silver Mining company ti tidate th thdate
date fixed in the foregoing notice of < to delucuent tolinquent
linquent sale for the sal of th the delfj delfjanent deiru deiruspent
anent stock is postponed ponod to Thursday < T he e ettth 22 22tb
ttth tb day of f February HM at the same samehour 2 2hoir
hour and
Iggg IH jj oBHRKDORFER oBHRKDORFERTreasurer 2 2Treasurer
Treasurer Cotnsteek Silver Mining Co CoDated 2 2tM
Dated tM this M day of February l itbot itbotNotice H HNotice
Notice NoticeXOTICE NoticecOTICE
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A Ac As1eciid
c s1eciid ial meeting of the stockholders o oItt of ofthe
the BIOS Itt Eas Miriiv company ac a cr crration > r rnf
ration orgautaed under the saws tf the thestate
state of Utah wIll be held at the ftiP 2 2of
nf said aid corporation room roon Bfc Commercial Commercials 2 2club
club building s Salt u take City Ttan tab > nl nlFbruary
30 0ciock In the forenoon of the 14th my myof
of FebruarY MM The Tb Object Obaet of said said5i sailmeeting
meeting 15 1t the purpose or rnidering 5i < lerinft lerinftnaBsinfr 2 2a
a naBsinfr upon the question ot t tny tie 2 2consolidation
consolidation of eai iue age Mmii Mmii7ppaflY
7ppaflY wh the B W H dokl c 2 2litinint
litinint coPflY ny a corporatior or orlBed 2 2 2Iced
Iced and exisUng xistiBs under the iaws of ofstate 1 f
rat4e state of Utah under and by virtue uf ufUtah f 2 2the
the peocteloas of the revised Stautse of 4 4irtab
Utah 2 1888 1888ERNEST T 0 WIMMER 2
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