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Aurelio Herrera Suffers First FirstKnockout FirstKnockout
Knockout of His Career CareerLOUIE CareerLOVIE
4 4nan4s
Anaoendn Mont Feb 12 12In In a flgm flgk4 to toiiiKht tOrLight
iiiKht that was a whirlwind from s sext art to tolinish th1irish
linish Louie Long of Oakland knockec knockecout knockeout
out Aurelio Herrera of BakerstieM Oat Ctuit Oatin
it in UH th third round of what was wa to hav havl hv1aIa <
l 1aIa en a twontyround go The betting wft wftin wad1
d1 in favor of Herrera HerreraIx HerreraLong
Ix Long > nj showed himself the Mextean MexteanMii exIc a aaJTir
Mii aJTir trinr at both long range and Infight Infighting Infightlug
lug In the third Long landed a terriU terriUlight
light 7 to the jaw ami nd Herjera went dOW aowiTaring
Taring 1 uring the ih excitement i < mr one pull pullt
t i 1I K t imUteopers gong CNreat excitemer excitemerjrcvoiled eXCItCIUeI3revailed
jrcvoiled and ai the referee had to waH sS U Um tinn
m nn < n to their corners and after aft a SS m mnt
nt s rest they came together again an anJHK aawent
JHK went at Herrera like a a tiger twl twlnuttinic twiiutting
nuttinic him to the mot ma the second tin ttauttng tinputting
putting uttng him completely out outBOISE outBOISE
Will Meet Tonight and Perfec Perfecan Peflcan >
an Organization OrganizationClainis OrganizationClainisJohn Claims ClaimsJohn
John J McCioskey McCioskeyrSpccial
rSpccial pecIaI to The Herald HeraldBoise Herald130se
Boise Feb 12 12A A meeting of th the Stocit Stocithulders stoe stoeholderat
hulders of the Boise Baseball ctab win winIK lPiflb
IK b held tomorrow evening at which ot otJkfrs otiwers
Jkfrs will be elected and arrangements arrangementsmade arrauga arraugamade
made to incorporate the club with a cap capital capItal ¬
ital tock of JIOOW All the stock to has baacfl haslicn
licn cfl subscribed and the promoters are areLent ra raLnt
Lent uj upon > on pecuriag the best players that thatmoney thatni
money ni oney can procure John ohn Ifcdosfcey will wUlmanage williianatge
manage and captain the team He is ex expected cx1eted ¬
pected to arrive in Boise earl early > next nextMcCloskey nextL
L McCloskey who wh ia now no in this efty eftywas
k was shown the above amMUcb last ir Pvn Pvning n ninj
inj and said ho wati glad to see Boise Boiseme Uoierne
< > me to the front the way Wtt it has hasxairl C CsaId
saId he intended to leav for Boise in a atiny aday
tiny or so when he would meet the ufc ufciicers utfjae
iicers fjae of c the n naw w club Mciinstdey said saidli
li 14 < bad not definitely decided to manage managetho managetlv
tho Boise team this year but that he hewould heciould
would not be surprised if a deal wouli woulimade wouMi
i made and ho goes to Boise with that thatend thatnd
end nd in vtew He say that if he does doesto doe doeto
< to Bot BO4t e all the players he is now nowCorresponding nowaorrepefldtng
Corresponding with will go to Salt Lake Lakemd
md 111 that he wilt get an au entirety new newam flewini
am for Boise He says he has some someood seood
ood men In sight for this city but tatIt that thatit
it would not be more than fair to toHalt 1t 1ttlL +
Halt Lake have them as he has ha secured securedthm securedtia
thm tia tn whole workIng for tee oak oaklub U Uub <
lub ub If MoCmnkey leaves Salt atIt Lake Lakeseveral Lakv
several v ral names have been proposed lor lormanager brmanager
manager here for next year including includingBuck IneladingJck
Buck Weaver Jimmy Wlsors and Path FathTBAMS Patha4
a4 Gimlin but nothing defaite baa 1e 1ed
d ae
Six Hen Prom Colorado a B L Utaite UtektOompete
4 Compete at Butts ButtsIr
Ir has been settled that six persons personsrtch personsctlt
rtch are to comprise the teams that are aretn areto
tn meet m In the ColoradoUtah shooting shootingtontest shootingonteet
tontest th the latter part of this month monthHcrretary month4rreta47
Hcrretary Bredcon of the SaltJLake a1t Jele clnb clnbreceived Ib Ibrceivt
received a letter from D M Wright Wrightsecretary WrhLsteretary
secretary of the Colorado Springs Club Clubyrsterday Clubyasterday
yrsterday In in which the latter said the theolorado thea
a olorado club would prefer a team of ofthin ofthlaa
thin sise The matter was then taken takeniii
iii 1 j by the executive committee of the lo lojil 10a1
< jil club aad word sent to Mr Wright Wrightrhut Wrig1tiiat
rhut this thl number of men would be agree agreeabo agreeabn
abo to the local rifle shooters shooterst shootersith
t ioh man is to shoot out two scores scoresof acor acortr
of ten shots each and the team making makingth
th > greatest number of points will be bekelared bekclared
kelared the winner The Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradotrIngs
Springs club asked that they be allowed allowedti
ti ti shoot on Feb 2L 1 Instead of Wash Washingtons warniugtone ¬
ingtons birthday the fid d It is claimed claimedthat clalmedthat
that the best shots in the Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprang
Springs crab are Wnable nb1e to be away on onWashingtons onVaahlngwns
Washingtons birthday so the request has hasl bagleen
l leen > en granted The local team however howeverwill howeverwill
will shoot its It scores re on Washingtons Washingtonsbirthday Washingtonstirtbday
birthday as decided upon when the match matchtvae matebn
tvae n as first arranged arrangedJosh atrflgedJosh
Josh Davis Davisis Is Again Beaten BeatenP
P H L Walsh ran down fifty balls m hi the themat themath
mat math < h pool name last night while Josh JoshDavis Joebiais
Davis was depositing eighteen in th thjackets thketa
jackets keta This gives Walsh a total of ofI 2Su 2Supoints
points I late to IB for Davis in the onehanded onehandediool
iool 1 P 1 contest caaite now going on The biggest biggestrun
run Un in hut night game was eighteen by b baliili
AVulsh aliili The week tournament will close closetonight
tonight 1 night Davis said after last nights nightsame nIghtsame
ame that he would wear his Chinese Chlnestume i iosturoe
osturoe tonight and thought he would wouldhave wouldaave
have aave better luck luckThoroughbrods j jThoroughbreds
Thoroughbreds Under the Hammer HammerIhicnKO BmmsrI
IhicnKO I Feb 12 12Clifton Clifton Forge a af poe poerible
ible f candidate for honors in the Amefen Amefenhrby Arae Araeifrby
ifrby of 1904 and three other race horse horsewill horseawill
will be sold at public auction at the union unionJock unionok
Jock yjrda tomorrow by b order of Judge JudgeKohlsaut Judehohisaat
Kohlsaut of the United States district districturt districturt
< urt Other thoroughbred to go under underHie un unI
Hie I li hammer are Great Eastern Seven SevenOaks SevenOaks
Oaks and Cavtte The animate were tht thtproperty tbiyrorerty
property of Dr John D Noel and Leand Leander LeanderSire r rf
f Sire of Kentucky Julke Kobsaat or oryJ orre4
yJ re re4 l their sale following litigation in inthe inthe
the district coavi coaviDick onset onsetDick
Dick Dwyer Starter at Xaa Kansas e City CityKansas OttyKaiisas
Kansas City Feb 12 12Dick Dick Dwyer who whojs whonow
js now starting on the coast ha has been seen e j
9 Ject 3ectd d for starter by the Kansas Cit CitJockey CUt
y Jockey club for the initial meet of the thelocal theocal
local track which opens this spring ac according aca ¬
a cording to a message from Edward Cor Corigan Corigan
igan vice president of the crab crabNational
National Bowling BewI1n League Orgaaiae OrgaaiaeCleveland organaetlveland
Cleveland O Feb It itA A national bowl bowlins bowling
ins league 5s1gV0 was organised hers today with withc
c t Anion of Chicago as president ana anat and4m
t arn Karpf of Dayton O s cretar > Kew KewYork Ne Neior1c
York Boston Buffalo Chicago Toledo ToledoIhUaaelpbia ToledoIhUadeIPhI
IhUaaelpbia have boon taken to toOut InOut
Out ia the Stcoad StcoadNfw ScondNrw
Nfw Orleans Orba Feb 12 12At At the Young YoungMens YoungMviis
Mens Gymnastic club tonight Charles CharlesHatiser CharlesUataaor
Hatiser knocked out Kid Carson ef San Sani Sa Sakrtnciscu
i rancisce in two rounds roundsNO roundsNO
WaahUMTtoc Feb 12 12The The senate senatewent senatetvent
went into executive aeanion today on onmotion onmotioti
motion of Senator Cifllom It was the theI j jpurpose
purpose I to resume consideration of the thePanama thePanama
Panama canal treaty but no senator senatorwas senatoras
was as ready to speak and after confirm confirming eoriftrntIg ¬
ing a number of nominations the senate senateresumed senatereSUIflCd
resumed open searioo
U S U 40W 40 W S A 13 13Saints 131Saints
1Saints Saints Have Little Trouble in inDefeating inDefeating
Defeating Junctlqn City Stu Students Studentsat ¬
dents dentsat at ftasketbali ftasketbaliStanding akpthaII akpthaIIZtaiidin5
Standing of ofToams Teems TeemsY i iWon
Won Lost P
Y i u ua
a A
Special to toflse The Herald Heraldten fferakLcden
cden ten Feb 32The JZ Ofre Latterday Saints Saintseratty SaJutualverMty
ualverMty eratty bat bail team had IHfle IHfletrouble Iltitetestable
trouble In pinning from the Weber Stk0 Stk0y Stalqy
y at the Pavilion here today to toi Inregular
regular schednied league Jae The Thehnl
hnl seore stood 4 to 13 In favor of ofat
at Lakers i The visitors completely oMt oMtiaaeed
leased tn the local boys in nfl a depastmentft depastmentftf depame1 depame1f
f the came Their team work was waswrb M Mieth
wrb and they played fact snappy bail bailroin baitrrni
roin start to finish The L 6T D S U Uearn Uama
earn threw a total of sixteen baskets basketsthe basketsroan
roan the field and eight from free throwsi throws
h i locals scored five field baskets awl awlWoe sadnre
Woe from free throws The L D S SJ SI
J team loaves here tomorrow f for r Le Lean IAan ¬
an where the play the B Y C team
flm be Uncap
LtiSLL40 W WSA1Z WSA1ZtaMen S A IX IXtauten
tauten L F Irvjn Irv Irvr
r Load LundR RiF F FiIth Doxey Doxeyalt
alt iIth C Belki BelkiL Beiknap Beiknapa
a B Q QUtpaM
UtpaM itttipart If IfCOMEAJTST
COMEAJTST 3 D > r 81 SHQOE TRQ O 9 9at 9nduntry
nduntry at Indoor IndoorStanding door doorBRarball
BRarball BRarballStandfng
Standing of t Teams TammsWarn Teamsw
Warn w P C CCompany ceopaiyD
eopaiyD Company n i iBattery i
Battery t i i
Troop TroopThe 1 1The
The company D indoor taMebalt aebsll tea tearan tmat tmatLu
ran ring around the Troop team e mgt Jaotevening mgtevening
evening In a regular league game aae paye payeat playeA playeAat
at the armory The Html 1151 score ivaa a dlto ato
to 9 in favor of the Infantry team The
Company D v Troop TroovJW
vJW C 01
gayler p
Battmond IB 1 a a3uekholt Barley
2S2o 3uekholt t 2 S Gardner
Poimnd SB 3 r Foote FOOtetCiMVQre
tCiMVQre U v re SS S S Palmer
Jfottwr Welter LF p BodeaWe
Hasalna IC FV F Flowers FlowersBasalts FbowersResults
Results at XBfpleside XBfplesideSan I1esIde I1esIdeSaw
San Francmao Fee llClose finishes finishesand fiulabeand
and the success auco of favorites marked the theracing theacing
racing at Ingtende today Summary
First race five and onehalf furkma furkmasrtlteirSIr furkngs
srtlteirSIr Wat Str Tom TMMler won Sir Paes Paes4cond rt rtcoa
coa 4cond aecond Bard Burns third Time TimeIledBird TimeSecaed
Secaed race six furloags1u110r4 won
IledBird r4Bird aecond Jack 14tUe L tUe third Time TimeThird TimeThIrd
Third race seven furlongs settingSol
Uchienatetn woe Decoy second Mr Far
o BMIM third thirdFourth Thl ThlFourth
Fourth rao raoFlyer racE > Fitua4ty couie selling
Flyer won wonQueen The Pride s cond Suburbsn
Queen third thirdFifth Tinael1 Tinael1Fifth
Fifth race four fartoogK 0elUn sellingMe Mea MeaSbtth
ala won Eduardo aeeend Sevlaarfte
third ThneeSl
Sixth race one mite aelttng sellingDan Dan G Gsa Gsawon n nwon
won Mr Dingle second AnrH tttfed tttfedAGAIKST
Pot Himters Are Olaeeed as Un Unsatnralused Vnnathraiie
satnralused Persons PerscasCohimbus PersonsColumbus
Columbus O Feb 12 ILThe The League of
American Sportsmen purtsmej has adjourned to tomeet tomeet
meet in Seattle in June iSis Resolutions Resolutionswere
were adopted declaring against spang
fba sbqttnLti tpKto nywfthe nj Qftbe statesandJtevor sttes auiJsvor
In the enactment ettactme of laws in ailfslates ailfslatesrequiring llsItes llsItesieqtdrIng
requiring foreign born unnaturattxea unnaturailg d per persons perSons ¬
sons to secure licences before they can
hunt This Is 1 aimed to put an end to topot topot
pot hunting
Following the adjournment of the league leaguean
an organization was effected of theia the Na
Uonal Association of Fish A Genie War ¬
dens and Commissioners Their purpose
is the pn proreeuuon Mmtton of lawbreakers and amithe andthe
the Compiling of decisions touching their theirwork theirwork
work in protecting fish and game Me W F
Scott Helena Mont was elected presi presicIett ¬
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ 4 4Brltt Eritt and Cerbett Will Piglit Piglitif +
+ +
if 4 San Francisco Feb 12 13James Jamesf +
4 Britt and Tottng Corbett signed arti
4 ctes tonight to fight March rch SI before before4the
4 4the the Hayes Valley club nnd undea t th the
4 same conditions as their previously prevfoulyarranged 4
4 + arranged fight provided for ford forSuitday 4 4Sunday +
+ + + + + d + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Sunday Ball Still in Doubt DoubtChicago DonbtChicago
Chicago Feb 12 iThO The national base ¬
ball commission which has been In toe session toeheat ¬
heat here for the past two days ad adjourned adburned ¬
burned today without reaching any anyment agree agreement ¬
ment in the controversy between the
Brooklyn club and the New York Amen American Amencan ¬
can league club over Sunday games aioe at
Bklgewood L I I this season The com committee tvesmittee ¬
mittee adjourned to meet at the call of
Chairman Herrmaa Herrmaao Heramana HeramanRaoes a
Raoes o s at Asset AaeetLos AssetLos
Los Angeles Feb 12 lTlwee Three favorites favoritesall
all ridden by J Lewis two heavily played playedsecond playedsecond
second choices and one long shot wMett wMettwas wislekWas
was the medium of ft plunge by those
inside tells the features of the racing racingat
at Ascot Park today The pufcUY pab won wona
a goodly ly sum of money from the layers layersot
ot odds
Cherbourg Feb 12 12rho The work wse of ofcommissioning ofcommimlonlng
commissioning the cruisers admiral admiralAube a4anlralAuhe
Aube and Deaalna is being hastened hastenedaad Menedand
and it te believed that the anthorttie anthorttiewin autinsitlesw114
win accept the new cruiser Kfeber Kfebernri KISbOFwithout
nri without hout waiting for her trials to be become become ¬
come completed completedWHITE completedWlliTh
Washington Feb 12rfnmfnt avid alidMrs avidrg
Mrs rg Roosevelt gave a dtoner dian r of tweet twentyseven tweettiseven ¬
tyseven covers at the While Howe t0 t0ntcht tonight
night The guests were mostly the theyounger theYOWiger
younger elcmetit of WoaJitoict n sv svfctely neelely
ta o oT7ILI
WILL 33 SB2T SBTRieat iO GHT3 A ABrest
Brest Trance Feb it J2The The author authortie authorlties
tie ties here harve been cficmJiy advised ndvisedt advisedthat
t that at the tropcdo boat destroyers Plato Pistolet Platolet
let and Javeline are to be sent to the thefar thefar
far east shortly The cruiser DAjwna DAjwnahaw YAsseshas
haw been ordered to be ready for sea senIn seaEu
In f four oar days daysNew daysTEB
New Orleans Feb tt ftThe The United UnitedMate UnitedState
Mate bettleehif Lease arrived nero today todayto todayto
to participate In in the Mardi Gras festivp festivpties
said that no nomatter noeriai
Ainaworth He
Washington Feb 12Br1g 1Brtdler Mer Q Ge n neral General
what rule were promulgated promulgatedit
eral F C t Ainswort chief of c tw tbetec tbetecb lc lcord matter it the commfcalon ra rve th rtg t to toamend
b ord ana pension office a of the w r rl de amend them that fact impaired the therule thepariment
l pariment > artmont in discussIng the merit of ofservloe f rule aui Responsibility fur promotion in inhis Iiiely
ely servloe today predicted that a aivll his opinion had better be left entirely entirelywith entirelYIvii
< ivll pension Iwt for superannuated superannuatedcivil with the heads of the departments departmentstkaa
civil employea ojf the gov rnBint is isoi 1 than divided with the commission as asthe antao
tao oi ot th certainties of the future futureThe the efftcicucy marking on which the thepromotion theThe
The various propositions for a retire retlrejTMmt promotion is made could be shaded hi hiany Utnient
jTMmt fund to be raised by assessments assessmentswhich any manner desired by these officials officialsThe officialswhich
which are pending before the commit committe The system f having a pormotton pormottonboard pormotionte
te th the i general said would only result resultlater board in every division composed of c a anumber alater
later in a pension fund to be provided providedby number of higher cter wm wasseaL wasseaLby ldXiH ldXiHed
by tnv lii government There waa a way ed This plan has been in operation operationation operationJi
Ji 3m aid to provide egalost auperanflu In OCOld and pension otliess for years yearsatlon
and has worked satisfactorily satisfactorilythroogrh satlafactorliythrough
ation in th < > government service
through a drastic effiekueyjrarjnj a1ficcaaey raug sy ys General Aiiisworth in conclusion roe rectem roetein
tem but iu thv th < li > uf f suih H pan ommend < fl tho th establishment of an anv anai4
v > aa ait likiIy araderiiy f < r a tlv h instruction of ofThe jargons jargonsThe
The ti ii < iiirsiKi VHJ V4 f fr < > r civil enfryuieat vpl < yut iiii t tiiogouii W Ui Uicrit Ute Uteitidsed
crit icised regarding its promotion by j military anti naval aeadetniea
Ogden Saturday Feb 13 13BIUIECLUB 13BiLLIE
Excursionists Shaken Up in inOgden inOgden
Ogden Yards But all Escape EscapeWithout EscapeWithout
Without Serious Injury InjuryThe
The 159 young people who came to Og Ogdsn Ogtint
tint last night by special train over the theHie theRie
Hie Grande Western with the Billie club dnbfrom clubocpwrsien
ocpwrsien from Salt Lake City had an anexperience anexperlenee
experience that yeas not arranged for by
the committee Their train collided with withthe withthe
the train of box cars Just as s the train w was waspulling s spulling
pulling Into the Ogden yards No one onewas onewas
was seriously hurt but three carloads of ofyoung ofyoung
young men and maidens were spilled pro proraiecnoTisly promisenpusty
raiecnoTisly an over the floors and k took tookEH tookan
EH hour or two for some of the couples to tosat toput
sat themaelve properly assorted after afterthe aftetthe
the mixnp The Th train had slowed down downafter downafter
after crossing the Weber bridge and was wasrunning wasruunin
running about five miles an hour The Thedepot Tledepot
depot was not over half a mile distant distantaad distantand
and many of the couples were standing standingup
up putting on their wraps Just as the thetrain thetrain
train reached the new Southern Pacific Pacificshops Pacificshops
shops it turned onto a siding which had hadbeen hadbeen
been left open by a switching crew who whowars whowars
wars not expecting the special There ThereR Therewan
wan a ewltchengino draging R long trgjB trgjBof trinof
of box CRTS and pushing four box cars carsaheadof carsahead
aheadof ahead of it The passenger locomotive locomotiveran
ran full tilt Into the forward cars One Oneof Oneof
of them was knocked off the track arid
bent t to ah an angle of abouV b iItfoctylive fortylive de degrees degalos ¬
grees Both engines were were somewhat dam damaged darnaged ¬
aged the water tank of the passenger passengerne passengereie
eie ne being perforated and could not notthe notpan
pan the fain raln into the station even after afterand aftert
t and been untangled from the wreck wrecka wreckare
a are In the passenger cars windows windowswere windowswere
were shivered lIghts were put out and andthe andthe
the members of Ike the Billie club and the theother theother
other excursionists were strewn about aboutover aboutover
over and under the seats They were soon soonnicked soonpicked
nicked up by one another and escorted escortedte
te the depot where an inventory showed
that all were unharmed The dance be began begaa ¬
gan a sIittle little btt blit lite but buIlt it was in every everywav everyway
way a social success the accident simply simplyaddfne simplyadding
adding to the tb merriment merrimentMISS pjaJ pjaJtiss
Offesto Sing nin la Cpncert jicert With Wltlad WltladoreskL Pad Padofeifrslii
ofeifrslii ofeifrsliiCorrespondence oreskLrrespondence
Correspondence from Utah people in
London is replete with accounts of the they
trngadons snecese soered by > y Miss Nannie Nanniet NannieTt
Tt t Mte MISS Tout was recently urged to tosign toSign
sign a contract for a three year engage engagement engagemeat ¬
meat to give concert in the different differentcapitals differentespitals
capitals of Europe urope with Paderewski She Shewaaalso Shewaaelso
waaalso recently entertained by the court courtorganist courtorganist
organist to the king ama queen Sir Wal Walter Waltea ¬
tea Parrat who arranged for her to take takeraneh
lunch with the king and queen aad od sins
for them She has also sung for the lord lordmayor lordmayor
mayor of London and a long ilst of dukes dukeeearis dukesearls
earls and other members of the nobility
An offers have been refused for making mahin mahinonucert
concert tours excepting the one she now
has under way and which will bring her J
to this country next August Augustflss j
Miss Touts younger sister Maggie in inale > s salso
also developing a wonderful voic and J iS iSreceiving i ireceiving
receiving a great deal of attention attentionTWO j jTWO
Obliging Stranger Sold Them Hat HatChecks at atOheoks
Checks For PorTickets PorTicketsA Tickets TicketsA
A couple of Swedes were victimised last lastmgttt lastnight
mgttt on their arrival in Ogden from fromsouthern fromsouthern
southern Utah and the graft which was wasworked waswselctj
worked was a new on one The two Utah Utanatmiecte Utahamhleets
atmiecte of King Oscar arrived in Ogden Ogflenon
on their way to Maekay Ids Before they
had been in town half an hour they had liadpurchased hadiurehased
purchased rickets to Maekay getting
them at a reduction from some stra strawho etrsnaer etrsnaerwho
who happened to bars nave them to toThey i
They paid 1970 each for them but on in investigation invMtIgetl ¬
vestigation n it Was shown that they had hadbought hadught
bought ught a couple of ht checks or cr v tam tamfoiin e eform
form used by the Oregon Railway Nan Navigation Nangattlon ¬
gation company and the other by the tneICerthern theNOrthern
NOrthern Pacific The Swedes brought broughtthe brouelitthe
the bits of pasteboard to the police de department dopirtinent
partment and spent the night in looking
for the man that had theirmoney theirmoneyPATtSB theIr moneg monegPAItB
Ileport eport Coming From ProinNebraska Nebraska City
Proved Untrue TJatnisI UntrueThe
I The local papers yesterday published publishedan
an account of a wedding of Miss Eva EvaKuhn RyatKuhn
Kuhn to William Van Ales both of this thiscity thiselv
city The nuptials were supposed to have ba
been solemnized Thursday afternoon at atthe
the home of the brides aunt in Nebraska
City Investigation however showed showedthat showedthat
that the publications were unauthorized unauthorizedand
and premature Friends of Mr Van Alen Alenreceived Alen1elidveit
received business telegrams from him himdated hintdated
dated Cleveland O Thursday after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon go it would have been impossible impossiblefor
for him to have made the distance from
Cleveland to Nebraska 3ty withintwentyfour within withintwentyfour
twentyfour hours Mark Kuhn father of ofthe ofthe
the bride telegraphed to his daughter daughteryesterday daughteryesterday
yesterday morning and received an im immeflate tatmediate
mediate answer saying the report was en enUrely enUrely
Urely Incorrect IncorrectUntangling1 haeorrectUntaniing
Untangling1 thQ Tangle TangleAll
All reference to the proceedings pionon lags against againstthe a5IStthe
the trio of boys Bremer Eastman and andJackson andJackatsa
Jackson has been expunged from the tnereeorAs theresords
reeorAs of the district court The pro proceeding proceedlngs ¬
ceeding started from the beginning as asa asa
a wrong step at the outset and rendered renderedillegal renderedillegal
illegal all 11 subsequent proceedings It ap appears appears ¬
pears that the boys were sent to the the Uifetrict thetalet
trict court through aa error of a police policeofficer policeofficer
officer before any iroceedhtgs whaievet whaievethad whatevetheAl
had been had before Jftsti JUBtICe e Howell and andneither andneither
neither he nor the county attorney were wereresponsible wertresponsible
responsible for the taagle Which the case casesubseauently casesunequently
subseauently developed developedt developedWhest
Whest t the boys were taken before Judge JudgeRolapn JudgeRolapp
Rolapn it was big anderstanding that thatthey thatthey
they bad been committed by Jud Judce JudceHowelL e eHowelL
HowelL He committed two of the boys boysEastman boysEastman
Eastman and Wl Jackson to the State In Industrial Indiastnial ¬
dustrial school When R came to making makingout
out the commitment for the Industrial Industrialschool luduntriaschool
school it was discovered that there were wereno wereno
no papers from the lower court excepting exceptingthe
the warrant In the meantime the boys boyshad boyshad
had started to the school Judge Rafeap Rafeapmade Heiappmade
made no criticism of the municipal court courtafter courtafter
after the real ccmditioii was disclosed disclosedThe disclOsedThe
The three hr e boys wHl lll come before Judge JudgeTie JudgeHawaii
Tie Hawaii well Monday for regular commitment commitmentto
to the district court and ae the records recordsnow recordsno
now no stand there is no record in either eithermunicipal nitharlmunicipal
municipal or district court agaiast them themCostly themCostly
Costly Hag X of Beer BeerRobert BeerRobert
Robert Price will Labor a year in the thestate tbel
state prison for stealing a keg of beer beerfrom beerfade
from the Beaker Brewing ewlng com comthe companys companyswarehocse
warehocse last fall Be pleaded guilty to tothe
the charge and yesterday sentence of one oneyear oneyear
year in the state wison was imposed by byJudge byJudge
Judge Botapp m life accomplice m the thecrime thecrime
crime George TrnnkhtU is already serv serving servhag ¬
hag sentence on the charge chargeCaarles chtgeCbar
Caarles Cbar z Gray was aBb ISo sentenced to tothe toserve
serve a yesi for buvjlary committed at atthe
the secondhand store of H Peterson Petersonabout FetersOitabout
about thrcQ weeks ago agoTie agoThe
Tie Case of Xe Lest tar and Watson WatsonA
A B Irvine is 1 in Ogden from Salt Lake Lakeas
as the representative of Robert Litter Listerand Litterand
and William Watson who have been sent sentto sentto
to the state prinou mI on a charge of high highway highway ¬
way roMwry oamrnitte March 7 host hostwhen lastwhen
when they robbed Bobert Iteming of ofabout ofabout
about til The men have influential and andwealthy andwesithy
wealthy relatives and have interested the tneBngtteh theSngsh
Bngtteh government ia their case Irvine Irvinei
1s i trying to get signatures from court vi vifidate cificlals
fidate of the Second district to an applt appltcatioH application
catioH for a pardon He spent an hour or ortwo ortwa
two with Sheriff Bailey yesterday yesterdayPoot yesterdayPoot
Poot Cruslitd on Oatofi OatofiJohn OatoffJoint
John D Morgan was brought in from fromthe fromthe
the cutoff yetftereay morning suffering sufferingfrom sufferingfront
from a bad accident received the prerietiB prerietiBevening preiioueng
evening when he ae slipped from a moving movingtrain atoningtrain
train His right foot was caught sneer unocrth1 sneerth
th1 wheels in such a manner that it wa wamnshed Win Winbadlo
badlo mashed aid w wIll i have to be ampu ampuYouns amputited
tited Young Morgan ia well known In InOgden inOgden
Ogden where W haw mid man friends friendssince friendsSInce
since coming to tide etty sit froo fr woscinsm woscinsmH oscinzinHe
H He held the position Hf of boom JMMW for forContractor forContietor
Contractor 4toberta tatftag c cmen ehare of tee teemen
men engaged ra In ka kaBoard hal the piling pilingBoard
Board of Education EducationTho EducationThe
The board nt tduen < 4v < J3K f bold a b brief briefsession 1f 1fsession
session last nIght Vice President Joyce Joyceoffituating Joyceofficiating
officiating in the absence of Vnsi Praaident PraaidentDee < le t tDee
Dee The usual routine business wa watransacted Was Wastrflaeted
transacted amf sndFieal Fred BedfieU edf1eld was form formally formally ¬
ally elected as teacher teacherOgden toucherOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsMrs BriefsMrs
Mrs Emma Ogden has applied for the thtissuance theIssuance
issuance to herself of fetters of adminis administration admintstratlon ¬
tration in liathe the jSUtte of her late husbanu husbanuD
D 1 H Ogden who died Oct 1 last lastAlma lastAlma
Alma Allfca bus ai 4Qed iiU > d for letters of ad administration administration
ministration In the estate of the late lateHenry lateHenry
Henry Stenebcwker at the request of the thewidow thewidow
widow Mr Srtmebf Stonebtaker altr died last August AugustIraving Augustleaving
leaving proxrty in this tiaj county and in inDavis IniJavis
Davis opuniy opuniyScats CoaAPiYWill
Scats will g < > n salr thi m nvrring rnnjg for fortliv forthc
thc > erformaWct rfi > rina rtN a1 Th 4tn itttt kfoor kfoorat
at the Grand M tintiaty ndity nighr nighrF
F A llmby wtut t as in Og gucn icn yesterday yesterdayfrom yenterda3from
from Sail Lake
For Stealing Wheat From His HisNeighbor HisNeighbor
Neighbor Young Man Sow SowLanguishes NowLanguishes
Languishes in Jail JailEphralm JailEphaaim
Ephralm Feb 11 11Joseph Joseph Hansen old oldest oldeat ¬
est son or H G Hanaen county bee in inspector inspactor ¬
spector was arrested by Sheriff H P PJaneen PJuneen
Janeen in this city Monday He wa waoharced was wascharged
charged with breaking into a granary be belonging belonging ¬
longing to NIeta Mortensen jr an and car carryins carrying
ryins away a number of bushete of ofwhcot ofwhcotThe wheat wheatThe
The footprints he left in the anew were weretho werethe
the undoing of the young offender It Iti Itsnowed
i snowed the evening the deed was Corn eomtelltale
I mltted but not enoneb to cover suer tile tiletelltale
telltale trades He had hk > hearing yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday before Precinct Justice J P
Christensen in this city He was b bayed bayedover nC nCover
over to the district court and in default defaultof
of bonds he is now languishing In the thecounty thecounty
county Jail at Blastl BlastlThe MantiThe
The 6yearoM daughter of Mr L M MOlson lutOlson
Olson who is visiting in this city met metwith metwith
with the sad misfortune yesterday of ofrunning ofrunning
running the harp point of a pair SC f sets scteors setssore
sore ors into the front part of her neck The Thelittle Thelittle
little child was carrying the scissors from fromone
I one room to another and when she was wasIn
i in close proximity to a swinging door doorsomeone doorsomeone
someone in the other room hurriedly aUrrIedWopened
I opened the door The door struck the thei theseissora
i scissors in the littte girls hand and the theblow theblow
blow drove the point into the child ChildS neck neckbarely eck eckbarely
barely missing the Jagwiar vein It made madea
a very deep gash in the littlelones nOOk
Dr Jensen was called in and he dressed dressedthe dressedthe
the wound woundS
S J Johnson yesterday sold the Union Unionhotel Unionhotel
hotel in this city to Steve Vortme of
Manti The consideration was HW Mr MrVorhecs
Vorhecs took possession last night
The funeral services over the remains remainsof
of Mrs Nicollne H Nielsen were held
from the tabernacle Tuesday afternoon afternoonMrs at teanoah teanoahMrs
Mrs Nielson was born in Denmark in inl Inimi
l imi i and was about 7 70 years of age She
has been a resident of this city for Many Manyyears any anyyears
years in fact she was a pioneer of this tbtecity thiscity
city and has always made her home at
the corner of Center and First West Weststreets Weststreets
streets streetsPeter streetsPeter
Peter Greaves jr and City Recorder
Janus Frost aoat are engaged in auditing the thewater thewater
water records of the city The record recordara recordsare
are at present ia i a very ery bad shape shapeSHOWS shpesn
James Jackson at Advanosd Ag Age AgeSuffers e eSuffers
Suffers Amputation of Both Legs LegsVernal LegsVernal
Vernal Feb 8 One of the most re remarkable remarkable ¬
markable cases of human endurance is isthat isthat
that of James Jackson of Vernal aged
76 years Mr Jackson was taken seri seriously seaIously ¬
ously ill a couple of years ago and it itdeveloped Itdeveloped
developed that gangrene had set in in inone Inone
one of his legs lie suffered in great greatagony greatagony
agony for months and finally it was de decided decided ¬
cided to amputate th diseased raembef raembefdesplto iseanbeidesplto
desplto his otd age The attending sur surgeon aurgoon ¬
goon gave cut slight hope of Ida stir surviving stirviving ¬
viving the shock but he did and recov recovered recoveyed ¬
eyed and walked with the aid of crutches crutchesfor crutcheSfor
for some time when the other leg be began began ¬
gan to show the same symptoms It Itgradually ItrRduslIy
gradually grew worse and worse until untiltho untilthe
the old man was obliged to remain ia a asitting1 asittIng
sittIng posture night and day beeeusc of ofthe ofthe
the pain The lower part of the limb Hmbfinally limbfinally
finally became entirely dead and the die disease diesane ¬
ease kept gradually creeping higher and andhigher andhigher
higher The old man asked that his test testleg lastIe
leg Ie be amputated to relieve him of his hispalii hitpain
pain but no surgeon could be induced inducedto
to perform the operation as it was wasthought wasthought
thought he could not possibly survive the theloss theloss
loss of another leg It was thought by byevery byevey
every one that his death was only a amatter amatter
matter of a few week at moet and h hwould he hewOuki
would be then retteveB from alt painv painvbut Pa1flbut
but with surprising sarp lshag enctoronee he 1 lived livedon live4on
on and on for weeks and then months monthsand monthsand
and always begging that the operation operationbe
be performed Surprised at the unusual unusualexhibition sensualexhibition
exhibition of endurance a surgeon was wasinduced weeinduced
induced to take off the remalntw Ice levand Iceand
and with the same remarkable fortitude fortitudethe ertltudethe
the old ld man stood the ordeal and to the thegreat thegreat
great surprise of everyone acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedwith
with the case he is improving right rightalong rightalong
along and is gaining in flesh every day dayThe
The last operation was performed soy several soyeral ¬
eral months ago anf now the old man manis manis
is figurine on getting out into the garden gardenIn
In a wheel chair when the warm weathercomes Weather Weathercomae
comes and working in the garden The Theafflicted Theafflicted
afflicted man has no relatives in thin thiacouatr thinooastr
couatr hfe wife having died a few year yearago yrago
ago and they having had no cbUdren cbUdrenThe cblidtenThe
The old couple were converted te th thMormon the theMormon
Mormon faith several years ago taKng ha haland
hind and emigrated to this country aft after after ¬
er accepting the faith faithCBianiTAI faithCBI1mrAL
Gall Is Pound Guilty and Receives ReceivesHis Receiveema
His Sentence SentenceBeaver SantoncBeaver
Beaver Feb li itThe The jury Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon Tuasdaafternoon
afternoon returned with a verdict la the thecase thecase
case of the state against Charles F Gall Gallcf GallCr
cf guilty of assault and battery It win winbe Willbe
be remembered that this te the case casewhere easewhere
where Gall was accused of beating Kate KateWarner KateWarner
Warner 4 fast woman at MiUterd and andthe gatdthe
the woman afterwards died Tile doctors doctorsin
in the case said the woman died of heart heartdisease heKzVl
disease and the court Instructed the Jury Jurythat Jnr1
that the highest offence that they could couHland couldfine
fine the defendant guilty of was isalt isaltand
and battery This morning Judge Marion Marioneaux Marionsaux
eaux sentenced Gail to pay a fine of 8W hoand 8Wand
and in default of the payment of this thissum thissum
sum serve ft out in the county jatt il at atthe atthe
the rate of 1 a day dayThe dayThe
The case of the state against Brlk BrlkW RelkVost
W Vost st was next taken up for trial This Thteis Thisis
is a case where the defendant is chawed chawedwith ebntgedwith
with murder in the first degree for the thealleged teealleged
alleged killing of one Mat Cowl at Frisco Friscoin
in this county last October OctoberThe OctoberThe
The defendant and deceased were drink drinking drinklug ¬
lug beer in a saloon at Frisco m In com company costpuny ¬
puny with three other Fins and m the thecourse thecourts
course of the evening got ot to quarreling quarreHHgami quarrelingand
and the saloonkeeper ordered them to get gotout j jout
out of o the house If they were going te tedo todo
do any fighting With that they an left leftand leftand
and a fight seems to have ensued out outdoors outdoors
doors according to the testimony so far farbetween j jbetween
between defendant and Mat fiord and in inwhich Inwhich
which Cord was stabbed thirteen times timeswith UmeSwith
with a knife of which wounds he died in inthe hathe
the course of half an how We West t wan ar arrested arrested ¬
rested for the offense and broke jail at atFrisco atFrIsou
Frisco and was afterwards recaptured at atperhaps atDlaekrock
Dlaekrock in a box car Thin case efl eflperhapo
perhaps last a couple of days JOAger JOAgerACCIDENT losgoyACCIDENT
J r E Hunter Is ± s Injured by Cavein Caveinof
of Bock BockParkcity BockParkelty
Parkcity Feb 12 itWhile White at work on onthe onthe
the Ia0ifoot level at the atlverKing atlverKingmine SilverKingmine
mine as a machine man J llunter Ilugtermet lluntermet
met with a very painful though not seaI seaIohs erl erloue
oue accident through a cave of rock rockThe rockTh
The Th fatting1 gretntd struck Mr Hunter Hunteron
on the back and so injured him that it itwill Itwill
will be several days before he will he able ableto ableto
to resume his work workC
C L Rood and wife came up from Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake this morning morningJ3e morningJJenrr
J3e JJenrr ry Stuart tttart left for Salt Lake ye yeterday yes yesterdoyafternootl
terdoyafternootl terday afternoon afternoonJoe
Joe Fares came up from Salt Lake this thismorning thismeriting
morning morningJack meritingJack
Jack Squires was among the meriting moiwngarrivals meritingarriait
arrivals arriaitMrs arrivalsMrs
Mrs A It Berry came up from Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake thi thit morning uonlingThe
The M Ms of M were entertained entertainedlast
last evening at the home of Mm Charles CharlesShields CharlesShields
Shields ShieldsThe ShieldsThe
The two divisions of the eighth grade gradeof gradof
of the Park City schools met today in inthe inthe
the assembly room of the High school schooland schootand
and were addressed by Superintendent SuperintendentC
C A Bleeher BleeherThe BleeherThe
The various departments of the city cityschools cityschool
schools gave interesting valentine valentineprogrammes valentinepgmmatoe
programmes in their several reams Val Valentine ValeRe ¬
eRe boxes were had m In all 11 the primary primaryDEATH pehosryrooms
rooms roomsDBAT
Coalvitte Feb ttJoeph Wilkinson of ofHoytsvflle offloytsvllle
Hoytsvflle died Thursday morning atornin after a along along
long and painful Illness Dropsy a idid d heart heartfailure heartfailure
failure was the cause of Ws death Mr MrWilkinson r rWilkinson
Wilkinson was well known throughout throughoutthe
the county and was prominently identi identified Identifled ¬
fled With several leading Industries in the thesouthern thesouthern
southern end of this county He was a aman aman
man of strict integrity and respected by byall byall
all who ho knew him The funeral services serviceswill services1Il
will 1Il be held next Sunday in the Iloyt3Vihe Iloyt3Vihemeeting HoyvIlaemeeting
meeting house houseThe houseThe
The funeral services of Mrs Emily BmtlyClark EmilyClark
Clark were lifild this afternoon at hr Hue Hueresidence lateresidence
residence Alma Eldredge and George GeorgeBeard GeorgeRertl
Beard were the speaker speakerCotmtr speakersCounty
County Clerk NeeJey and wife returned returnedfrom returnedfront
from Salt Lake today after a pleasant picasantvisit pleasantvisit
visit with relatives th there thereKAY53VII1LB re reKAYSVttLE
Kaysvllle Feb 12 12John John C Janjton has hasrecently hasrnsUtlV
recently purchased the ntercastite mereaut html business htmliies ¬
ness iies of C A Wffllam 11Hsmz gnus gnusopened and Has Hasopened
opened a general merchandise business In Inthe inthe
the Williams IUIInB bufldlns Mr Jamison is isan i ian
an energetic young buiues busine s man and andshould andshould
should sucoeaa sucu in his IHW venture ventureA
A crinimitt < > e with Thn 1 SIan O I if t Barm Bintat a aat
at the th heatl is nrrangi arrailgig for au 4Il > Jd fatn fatnioned futntoned
toned ball to which run ui but married Be Bepk peo peopie
pk win be invited InrttatkHW arc to Jn1 Jn1Vxtended httttended
Vxtended ttended to the eligibls residents of Kays
vw vie > layWn and nd West Lavtur Th Thev Tbevent
ev event t IS billed for Feb FebM < 1M
M O Johnson of Salt Lake was wasbc4coes uoir uoirteess
bc4coes teess tn Kayavilte todaj todajte
Tile te warm weather of yesterday and to todayis t tday ¬
dayis day I rapidly thlMfteft thwha the snow nnJ nnJsleigh ixi ixiAGAIN
sleigh riding Is about eitded iier iierstiUueart
stiUueart S ftt OfiW in tL eea eeacountry
country but llttb os the roed roedAGAIN
Crapos Store Burglarized Per th thFourtk the theourtii
Fourtk ourtii Time TimeSandy TimeSiedy
Sandy Feb 1L itLast Last night the fourth fourthrobbery tourtitrokbery
robbery of the general rnerchanate store storeof storeof
of C C Crapo was perpetrated Tie 1tvstore Tiestore
store was closed ae u nasal a l at 730 73 p m mand mand
and as there were several public amuse amusvmeata amusemeets
meets until 1 a m many people passed
j tm vlftee 1aee and all was m order up to that thattime thatilate
time This morning however a large largenote
note in the front dier was found One Oneof
0 of the front doer panels had been bored boredout
I out sixtynine holes bOI being bored around aroundthe
the edge of the panel which was then thenforced thenforced
forced in About < worth of shoes and andwork
I gloves had been stolen It is evident the theI
I work was done by a person well ac acquainted acquffliated ¬
quainted with the store as only certain certainmakes certainmakes
makes and sizes were taken and had been beenculled beeCulled
culled from the entire lot o of shoes
Mr Crapo will do everything in his hispower hisnewer
power newer to have the gnttty ones brought to tolight
light for he is greatly wrought up over overthe
the frequent burglar visits his store has hasreceived hasreceived
received receivedMT receivedMT
Jit Pleasant Feb 12 ILThe The fire depart department departmeat ¬
meat was called out late last evening by byan byan
an alarm which was sent in from the theresidence theresidence
residence of John H Seely in the western westernpart westernpart
part of town The blase however was a asutall asmall
small one and was under control before beforethe
the wagon arrived on the r spo It v vuseu had
been caused by a fire which fras being
used to smoke meat in a betiding on the
lot catching the boone The damage was wafcslifint wassight
sight slifintThe sightThe
The funeral of Mrs Mauls Jensen was
held yesterday at the L D S meeting
house A large crews was in attendance attendanceMrs attendsiaceMrs
Mrs Jensen was one of the band of pie pioneers piefloors ¬
floors which pushed handcarts across the thePlains theplains
Plains between here and the Mississippi
She leaves four children childrenA
A little child of Jordan Brady of Fair Fahview Fairview
view died this week of membranous croup
That city is badly afflicted with contag conta contaions ¬
ious diseases at the present time atom ¬
branous croup smallpox and scarlet fever feverall feverall
all being in esisteaee there at the present presenttime Inmonttime
time The latter disease has a good kohl hoMand kohland
and may cause mueh trouble before it
fe under control controlf controlPEOVO
Prove Feb 12 ltE4ward Edward Maag jr qt
Vineyard aged 2s and Anna Williamson mlHamsonof
of Lake View aged 56 have received receivednlarrine a amarriage
marriage Hc ItIsitiSe ItIsitiSeThe ttSe ttSeThe
The Consolidated Wagon Machine Machinecompany Maclilaccompany
company Has purchased the corner lot lotx3 let8x12
8x12 x3 rods of the Klmtmil property oppo opposite opposite ¬
site the postoffice owned by Mrs Ltfcy Luo
W Kimbalt and her daughter The com company coatpany ¬
pany Intends to erect a large building on onthe ORthe
the property and conduct an extensive extensivebranch extensivebranch
branch house here from which to die dfatribute dietribute
tribute goods for southern Utah The Theconsideration ThecCnslderatlon
consideration narnml in the de deed d is SHft SHftA 115 115A
A mortgage on Utah county property
from the Klgln Dairy company to the
National Bank of the Republic for 26
280 has been filed with the county re recorder accorder ¬
corder corderJudge corder1adge
Judge Booth oOth is in Heber holding court courtDtVItZ
Darld R Beelre will retirfe rns man manajfiir manar
ar ajfiir sf the Smoot Lumber eempany on ontfi onthe
tfi the > Kth and Be succeeded by Parley
Siteot Alma Smoot Sai ot will succeed Mr
Leffter Leftle in charge of the flour mill milloperated alitoptuted
operated by the company companyPAYSON companyPAYSON
Payson Feb It ILThe The 5yearold son of ofO ofI
O I A Daniels was operated upon Mon Monday Monday ¬
day for a tumerobs growth on the under umWrpart underpart
part of the right eyelid by Drs Titeon Titeonao4 Tilsonazi4
ao4 Wade The Thegrowti growth was removed ana anathJB altothft
thJB boy is now getting along nicely nicelyMrs nicelyMrs
Mrs J J S Pafec jr the wife of Fresh PnsiLake Freshleii
leii Putg f te eho stake is in 13 t tLake
Lake Cfty Itla obtaining treatment for her herejws he heeyos
ejws which h have ve been causing her a grat gratamount rcat rcatamovnt
amount of trouble of late It is to be bebooed behoped
booed she will return greatly improved improvedvv
vv v W Barnett an old resident of Utah Utahcounty UtahcountI
county and un ens of the first settlers of ofSpring ofSpring
Spring Lake villa died Wednesday morn morning mornIng ¬
ing at his home of general uefemty debl1It He Hewas liewas
was 74 yeare ears of age ageKarlMulsh ageKarl
KarlMulsh Karl HuIeh was called to Murray Tues Tuesday Tue4ev ¬
day by the sudden illness of his father fatherJoseph fatherJoepih
Joseph W V Mulsh who Monday suffered suffereda sufferedaraaraiytlo
a paralytic stroke ot his right side ano anow anoit1ta
w it1ta io is in a dangerous condition conditionAiEBBICAN conditionAJIBRICAN
Aworkan Fork Feb 11 11A A special train trainm traIn4rn
4rn < m the Jlto Grande Western esteru last night nightbrought nightbrought
brought down about ISO dancers to attend attendthe attOndthe
the grand ball in the Apollo The affair affairwas affairwan
was one of the most successful of the theseason theseason
season seasonA
A reception was given at the home of ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Fred Wright last night in
honor of their daughter Lucys marriage marriageto
to Frank Bush A large number of offriend offriends
friend and relatives were present and a amost amoit
most denghtful time was had The young youngcoufile youngcouple
couple were the recipients of many beau beautiful beauUful
tiful and useful presents presentsCOAI1VII j jCOAiVTiLE
Coalvilife Feb W 1dMr Mr Emily Clark Clarkthe Clarkthe
the wife of exBishop Clark of Upton Uptondied Uptondied
died last night Deceased had been sick stckfor sickfor
for soma time The funeral service will willbe willbe
be held from the residence tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning and the body will be taken to toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake City for burial burialM buriaLM
M J Dalley of tile Silver King came camedown csmcd0w
down from the Park this morning Mln Mlnins Mm Mmlag
ins business was the object of his visit visitto visitto
to the county seat seatCommissioner sentCemmisslonr
Commissioner Malta Maim was here today on onofficial etaofficial
official business businessLast bUsinessList
Last nfeht was the coldest night ef the thewinter thewinter
winter The thermometer registered 21 21degrees 21degrees
degrees below zero zeroSCHOONER zerosupO
Crew Safe But the Vessel Will Prob Probably Probably ¬
ably Be Lost LostMarshfield LostMarshfleld
Marshfield Ore Feb 13 13The The steam steamsohooner steamadhooner
sohooner Fulton lumber laden bound boundfrom boundfrom
from the Columbia river to San Fran Fran1sco
Isco had to put Into Port Orfoxd last
Saturday on account of a shortage of offuel ofmel
fuel When she dropped anchor in inPort InPbrt
Port Orford harbor she had oil enough enoughior enoughfor
for six hours steaming steamingThe steamingThe
The steamer Alliance went to assist assisther aulsther
her and laid by all day Wednesday Wednesdayuntil Wednesdayuntil
until midnight when she was com compelled cornpelted ¬
pelted to put to sea tha saa being so soreugh sorough
rough that the Alliance was unable to toget toget
get any oil aboard the Fulton or aid aidher aidlacy
her in any way The Alliance arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere
here yesterday morning and immedi immediately Immediately ¬
ately sent the tug Columbia to render renderassistance renderassistance
assistance to the Fulton FultonThe FultonThe
The Columbia returned this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon and reported the Fultan on the thebeach thebeach
beach with her main mast and her deck decklod decklod
lod gene The Th vessel was in tt water waterlogged waterlogged ¬
logged condition She will probably be bea bea
a total loss hut the crew trill undoubt undoubtedly undoubtotiS ¬
otiS get ashore Owing to the heavy heavyseag bennysOad
seag the Columbia could render no as assistance assistance ¬
sistance The teleiJhotte line between betweenhere betweenhere
here and Pert Qrford te down and no nofurther nofurther
further information can be obtained to tonight tonIght ¬
night nightWBECK nIghtWRECK
St Paul Feb 12 ItA A westbound Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern passenger train backed into the therear therear
rear of a freight train at Pennock last lastnight lastnight
night Edward Heffner and a Mr Han Hansome Iausome
some of Minneapolis were killed William WilliamHHl WillIamRh
HHl of Mlnnea Minneapolis polls suffered his ltbateg ltbategcrushed teg tegcrushed
crushed and A J Southenay of Minneap Minneapolis Mkrneapoils ¬
oils was seriously bruised AH w wre re pas passengers peesebgers ¬
sengers in the caboose The caboose ansi amiChe ansithe
the rear sleeper of the passenger burned burnedNone heirnetiNone
None of the other passengers are re reported asported ¬
ported Injured InjuredHotica IniuredNoticetofleating
Hotica Noticetofleating to Heating Ventilating and andPlumbing andPlumbing
Plumbing Contractors ContractorsTHE ContractorsTHE
ami grounds of the board of education of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Utah will receive bids up upto upto
to 11 a m Tuesday Feb St 3 19M at the theboard theboard
board rooms city and county building buildingScaled buildingScaled
Scaled proposal marked proposal for forheating forheating
heating and ventilating ana sealed pro proposal proposal ¬
posal marked proposal for plumbing and andsewer andsesrer
sewer connection of the Lafayette school schoolsituated schoolsituated
situated ten rods north of the corner of ofNorth ofNorth
North Temple and vState State streets st eets in the theEighteenth theIslgliteenth
Eighteenth ward wardSold wardSaid
Sold building is to be heated by low lowpressure lowpressure
pressure gravity return steam beat with withdirect withdirout
direct and indirect radiation and natural naturalventilation naturalventilation
ventilation ventilationent ventilation4lans
4lans and specifications may ie had hadthe
the office of William Pliancy eulisrintenti eulisrintentieat
eat of ecbool bonding m 1 North Seeonu SeeonuVtMtt tleconube
VtMtt Strdfit StrdfitBach
Bach bid ui st be for the full completion completionoflhe completionoEthe
oflhe work In all 11 its detail parts Each Eachbid Eachbid
bid must be accompaittea by a certified certifiedcheek certifiedebk
cheek made payable to tile treasurer of oftbeboard ofthe
tbeboard the boaed of f education This heek must mustbe mustbe
be S per cent of th the amount of each bid bidThe hidThe
The same is td be forfeited to the board boardif
if Cha tkasuooesSCul suaoesaCyl bidder falls to promptly promptlyanter rompIyenter
enter Iflto a contract and execute a bond bondsatisfactory bondsatfefactotY
satisfactory to the board The right to toreiftct tore4t
reiftct all bids is reserved
Chsjlrmnn of ComraitUje on Building and andGrounds andGrounds
Delinquent Notice NoticeMAMtXTTAJi NoticeMAX1tlTTAN
r rnrpiil offffcr nod place of buptw buptwi business
i 10001 p qs Mc a tiok bttiWta SsU Lafcp LafcpJff Lake Laketltv
tltv usg usgoUcsTiefc
oUcsTiefc Jff are delinquent tielincicent upon th thfollowing tiC tiC1olowIng
following desfcrfbeU stock bn on account of ofassessment ofassessment
assessment No 7 pf of onefourth of on ono one onecoot
o coot nt per share levied on > n the 4th day of ofJa oflannary
Ja lannary n nary If l tn the several amouiK set op oppowit opposit
posit the daues aoM > s of the hesp tCSpctlne ctive pvi pvisona Pt Ptsonsia
sona sonsia in whoa names said snares of stock stockBtand stockstand
stand upon the book of the company as asshareholders asshareholders
shareholders as a follows foflowsNo j
No Xo Xot NoCeat
t Ceat > rt Name Shares Amt AmtK AmL1100
K E Plough L 1100 S tIU tIUJ 2 av
2 J E i I bench riek truj trustee tee VW3 2 SO SOoi 10Sheets
oi Sheets Thompson i0 > 2
87 J K K Frick Frickjtrwetse tr ete l Lxc xv 2 W WJ 10is
is J 1 E Prick trustee 10W 2 2l 10
111 l J I Z 288 trotUe l lSiO vO 2 2J
II J T 1 E Mteft ieitaeae r st e lC 23t 23tHi 2 >
Hi 11 J B Friofc trustee U15 2 56 56Jg
Jg 137 J 1 E Vrlok trustee l0i 2 5 5ITS Zt ZtI2 >
ITS J E Frick trustee ltfJO 1 2 SO
11 4 8 Frf Fitck k trustee 10 1006 2 M
SI 211 i 4 Sl Flick trustee 10CO 2 5w 5 5nn
0 nn J i lc trustee MK 1005 S 69 J
219 J B Frick trustee 1MO 258 258J 10 10rJ
rJ > J B L Trick trustee 1 1100 0 2 GO 10z4
z4 4 J B Filch trustee 1000 260 260t 10
1 Frl k taisite itJ 0
4 > k t g FrttK rfek trastee 10WJ 10WJJV 210
271 JV j S Prick trustee 14W 210
In J 1 E Frick trttfitee IMS
Sheets Thompson 1000 210 210a
a E 2 Howe manager LOW LOWCharey
3 Sbe 1hompsos 1110 10
Chancy Dowse 1CQ9 I 10
498 S A Dundee 4oe > to I
415 g F I Hi Hlfnbothsi ginsetham JtljBOC JtljBOCHig 11100 3 1
P b > Hig Uignbothina nbotham jrliMO jrliMOlC Lleo 2 hi
414 7 li lifggtnbStham r lsiui 2 10
P 1 Higtlnhotbam jr 1001 3 10
im p D Klgtabotham Jr lC 100 jO 250 250F
N F D HlifinbaCnam HI1sbetham jrl0 z 2sat
IK sat F Et Il Hlifinbothani jrl Jr1W6 a
MS 54 James pftgree Ptgrneino l w 2 to
144 44 James Pfagrec 1 1150 O 2 5 10
s James Plngree le I60 2 eft eftM
541 M James Piagree 2 25JT
5JT 547 Jawes Ptegree uon 2 s
sn j J H Davis iffi zm 2 10
15 W J tt FLICk trustee 1000 l0O 2 2J 210
16 J 1 B Fricic trustee 1CW 35 5
7U 31 Mrs X C C Johnson part 173 44
7 710 Taylor arlar lime Uw lt S 3 hi
7 751 Taylor Bre W09 21
1W L Morrison J l Isle 9 ZM ZMnan 2 50
110 WIliat IrISluiRU nan JC 1000 2 210 5 52Ji
2Ji 1 J L Hamilton 1CM l i im
m j A pollock PqfloekIoel 1000 2 210
m E C Coffin 1M9 IW 269 2693frs 2 to
s Mrs Emma mtaa Cumbow Sstt 186 1 SZ SZs
813 s C H Hudson 1JKQ 1JKQDates 10 10Wi
Wi Dates Irish ia iaS I id
104 14 yIqr le 210
IL w Deschssr I0t 21 21i
i 11g Josie Charvnz 1 t
574 1 Hlekev Lb
S 271 J B H HI Hickoy fj
100 I O B BI Rhoades L615 I 6 6t
t I O Bl BlBarbara Rliedd s 5TtWO 1L10 1L10Brbara
Barbara G LieU Jfl 11116 215
101 1 FT F Hines a iOo K 350 35094S 10 10S
94S S L I Ires L l 300 300K 315OELLRue
OELLRue K U La Rue Ufa 2 210 210Ml
Ml X I La Hue 1000 260 260m 210It
m X B MeJisen 5fM 18 18SW 1210
SW J C C OlanfieMl fl W 2M 2MW 2 tO tOSIT
W Conrad Knapp 8 3OCO 000 7 750 750E SO SOK
K R Scott 1015 Sa Saa 2 41 41Ott
Ott a Sal SIcBe J03 288 2100qSStcie 288M
0qSStcie M Sal SicRle 5 5Sal lJbS Sti Stihl
hl Sal Skipe SLolde 1039 250 250Mi
Mi 5 Sal Sickle Sicklei01e 2 2Sal 230 230Im
Im Sal Siokte Ijm 2 at atm iiI
m I Prancfa M MeQutvey UK 2 210 210l7
1007 Victor Yoangberg 2100 2J > 6 021 02110I7JL10aiein 25 25M27
M27 10I7JL10aiein J L Sbaets T 2 2O 0
1970 Bstate tateof of Henry Hofflngs Hofflngsworth Ho1lingoworth
worth I I10 323 3
1111 M H MftLeffan JMX 5 5lia 15 15ilm
lia Francis Dyer JtfiOd JtfiOdittu 4frt 4frtith
ittu J It ft Bean W i i113t
lite Arthur W Vosfeurg 10M 10M1T 250
1T 1110 1 j Partinkton lrt1ngton lla 2W 2 50
11 1141 Mrs J B Du t1u8ois Sofa lb0 JBQ 2J 2J1U3 210 210iii
1U3 Samuel Howell 1 I0t < R9 250 2 10
11 1104 J H WWtHoy 0i tJ 1251 12511WS 1 5 511g
1WS J H Whitney WO 125 I
11 1115 J L C Sjtfcmir lOOO 2 P1
11 110 E M WesP West Oil itifin 126 126im
im K O Gaarge Lfi Ui 2 Stt Sttim hitnt
im K O George Sis 1 nil 1
1173 E O GelrgB 1M l > 250 30 301UI
1UI S O Qeprre 10 3 j jIt75 10 10lT75
It75 K O G ekajo rf JLJfit lS z W W1F7T
1F7T W O MeC4afn 1J3O 2 2Ills W WUTS
Ills W O McCteSa 1 1tm 2 211U 210
11U W V Q MeCWn 1 iE 2 211W 50 50lip
lip Albert Swenson 5 2 21U5 215 >
1U5 Fred Tarllnger 1 lAla 2 210 9j
1204 M Huthwfc Sons A C Ce 1M 2 250 501 501HIS
HIS Hua on Sans fa Cv 001ti0 ijm 2W 2WJ3 2 ii iiime
ime J3 P Denteon 4jm 3dW 3dWf3C ldi ldil
l M J 1 Tmc AftA 599 599Spra 115I3
f3C I3 Men J B Do Bole lf 1010 S 5 5W 50 50Isis
Isis W B Starr 1W 2 250 so soUM
UM W B Starr MM 299 299MM fISl1
MM i A Handle um 2 so soJ3 50Arthur
J3 > Arthur tV V Vosburr 9M 73 3 3I I
1 5 Mrs J K L Qkstbm Utt UttiSB 216
iSB 10 w J J r flu Boit 101 1 10 10rns
tan Albert Sweneon 10S M aw awUK 210IIn
UK J H Felt MI IJIG 2i 2itoft 2 sO sOill
toft ill J H Felt 1QOO 2W 2WJ S 10 10IR
IR J 1 D Harrison US LlQ0 2 SO SOS 10lt
lt S T ii Wtfc WIon > n lmf 2 215 St StJ
1203 J 5 M S Pendergast Ji 1150 2 II l
1906 M S Pendergast > MW 20 2 sO
7388 w w Armstrong a i000 0i a sw sw1S12
1S12 C B Hanson HansonWI7 lb lb13l
WI7 13l John Ahern lm 2 2Wit lii
Wit 131 At J Kennedy lWt 2 210 210I 50 j
7 M J Jvenneay 490C > Z Zlln aG aGml
lln M t J iCennafty 1JK Uii 2 213X2 215 215l3
13X2 l3 M J Kennedy lffid 231 211lam
mi M f J r Kennedy 1 1M24 210
M24 M J 1 Kennedy li I 10 10l
1325 l M J Kennedy 40 40li 1Ji 2 dt
li 1210 S J Kennefc LCT 2 0 1
1 1327 7 Ii > L J Kennedy L L13tt 1100 250 250I
13tt I M J Kenneay Kenneay1XK 1O 2 10
1XK Albert Swensen LS L 29V 29VISM 2 3
ISM Ainert ihert S wOitsen 1 1015 23 210
1343 J tt Fait 3th UJ 2S I
U44 J 1 H F Felt lt tWO 2P 2
13 1341 J S Fek eit ii3g leit 2 21S 230
1S John Matson MatsonIJXIG l3 x xJ 11
33 J John n > i ww Wwn > 4 2eM 2eMUM
> 2W 2Wm 2 Mt Mtiliui
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m A r 1 3Im StSn T Ufo 1100 2 2a 210
1111 A T P Moon 1J 1010 5 5A 2A
a A T 1 Moon 1 1150 0 2 sa saA toA
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ImATtlon M A T iteen ijj 1j410 IIP IIP13K 210I
13K I A T Shoe 1 LL 2 sO I IU104iTioott
U104iTioott 8 A T TTOHT It
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1 A f i Maon Mfc 2 hI hI1wi
1 1wi 9 A T I M0 Moon n 4JM 341 2W 2Wim 2 10
im A 4L T Moon 1151 259 25914M 2 10 10I
14M I X A T Mil iJg L I 23W 23Wvm 2 3
vm 14 A i f 1 Moon I0 w si siMM 210 210l
MM l A T ASnan yl 2 s sM tM tMI4
M 5 X ats T Maon tsen 15K 2S9 2S914C6 2
14C6 140 4 T MOOlt 1JH 1 250 250MOT
MOT A T M Mdii n S1JTO 239 239l4tt 2 511
l4tt 14 A T 1 Neon lGW 2 so soMM
MM A T 1 M eea eM 1fK > 2 214W to
14W F SL Bsels 10W 250 230Nit
Nit F M T fits ts 1JMO 2S 2Si
1412 i T ar Tests uew z 10
1413 F SL I Tests LM 2 210 5tt
1414 F M Teats WOO 2 214ir 230
14ir > F M fa Lesta s LCOU 2B 2B14W 250
14W F F X l TP I t0 1010 23r 2
1417 F M T T0te 9tS lC 11110 2 to
1418 F P M t Toots 1090 258 258l 2 10
l 1411 l F 3 2fW TeSts J JH > z
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1421 42t F M 4 Taeis 4 JWI 250
1422 F i Tots j JJR 1550 250 250145S 2 31
145S 142 F St i T5eti Teeth Teeth14t4 LfiW 2 2im
im T M fee YeIm UW 259 50 50I4
1421 I4 F M rents 10Q jjtj 230 230m
14 m T M Tests 1COI 2 SJ 10lifT
lifT F MTTeets 1MI 10 10iim
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149 F M teeis 100 969 969UM 50
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HM W O MoClHin 109V 2rt 2rt14S si
14S 1411 W Q Mablain < tfito 2 2144C 10
144C M Mortn 1CCO JaS JaSin os oshiT
in at jpran jtan tea 290 290tHt 30
tHt 14 L Haran eu i Ili K > 2
1449 Ml M Merlin lOSO 250 i so
1450 W W 5 McClein 303 4l2 12 1200 1200Jill M
Jill W O AlcClaJtt 3000 i6 1250
1452 W O McChUn 1 175 1754flO 1 is isi400
i400 4flO Jwssie A Cn > le e3 1000 2 to
14 1410 H J Cote Cfc t lttg 1000 850 2 Ii Ii141z
1 141z 2 A W Tosburg 19M 875 g
1474 John Gr Gr15p en 4000 le 00 00andj uoand
andj and in abcerwnce with law and an order orderof orderof
of tie tne ho board rd of directors made on the tlie4th the4th
4th dav of January 1RM so many shares sharesof sharesof
of eank aeh parcel of stock as may b be necee neceesar nececsari
sar sari Will be sold at public auction at the yieoffice theoffice
office of the secretary room O ns McCor McCornU MOCOInick
nU nick bullHn Salt Lake City Utah on onSaturday onSaturatY
Saturday th the tfth day of February ISOi ISOiat ItOiat
at 2 oclock p m of said day to pay the thedelinotteot thedeihinueltt
delinotteot aasesement thor thoteon n together togetherF togetherwith
with mets of advortising and exr nses of ofSale
F O FlICK FR1CICSecretary FlICKSecretary
Secretary Manhattan Mining company companyroom Company1OOit
room WJL 01 MeOOFalck building Salt Lake LakeCity Lakeat
City at Utah UtWSALT UtahSAU
KENYO2T HOTja HOTjaCalifomia BOTEICalifornia
California and Eastern Races Racesea Racest10
t10 t10EstatUsbedlSll
EstatUsbedlSll ea 1541 150 Offlcax OfflcaxVhs OftIceahe
Vhs he Qldcst and Largest LargestT LargestR
OB GeiihHLXangcr GeiihHLXangcrUtRli
T UtRli talt Idahc and Wyoraiag Offlcies ia iaPreffjesg inPXeVe
Preffjesg buildlngr bui1dIn Salt I Lake ke City
I Delinquent Notice NoticeWILSOX
panj V Principal place art business Salt Salton ult ulteotut
eotut oZ t 1 oi i ishare
share levied I asbor t iac y yon
on Or ta before January Januaryera JtaiaCt Sin h 1964 the theositc theeral
era eral amounts s sea i t > nr nrthe ap ositc nit the th mmu mmuof itiflithe
the resjwtire sh sbsrctanioers a at < sac sacI
t No NoCert Na Amout AmoutCert
Cert aoars Lice LiceS
3 Alexander Rog ri riAlexander l 1
1 Alexander Roger RogerJS s 3 Fs FsIs
JS AltXAncter Rogers RogersJO
JO Alexander Rogers Rng rs rsI
I And In eeOflIaIUP wilt law and ai rater ratera
of a the board ot dirertora made ui cia th < ii iiday < l lday
day of Dec December Hiljer lfc 90 o many sluirvs of ofeach t teach
each parcel cf si atmk < xk as may be R ntcssary ntcssarywill < V sar sarwill
will be sold at the office of the cumpany cumpanyroom eempeiyroom
room 907 Pron PrrSt is building 8 Salt it uiko iikeCity uikoCibr
Cibr City Utah on Thursday Tbursdaythe the SIb day of ofFeliratery t tFebrnary
Febrnary 1SN nt n on ociot k g u m n to pay paythe pa pathe
the delinquent assssimm t to < j Hh Ui wit witthe witthe
the costs of advertisIng ini tnl > txi > < a sac o of ofsak ofsale
S Seartary SeartaryDelinquent > irotary irotaryDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeI NoticeCOPPER
Prlnclipsl office 323 t D > K Walker buld buldIt buidleg
leg Stilt It Lk City Utah Notice NoticeTfiere NoticeThere
There are delinquent on the following
described stock r on n account of asiiessment asiiessmentNo
No 2 levied on the Tth day of December December1MB
1MB the several amounts set ooposite the thanames theztaine
names of the respective shareholders a afollows as asfollows
follows followsCert followsCert
Cert Name Shares Amt
44 Erwin Edwards S Sot w wK ca caSt
K O T Howe 2 2ii > < > 30UO 30UOO ase aseN
N O T Howe ItO > 150 10
167 J 1 M Hamilton M On LaS LaSISO
ISO 1 Lafayette Holbrook 4 21 IOi
116 1 La JttHRca DC Ones sol ise iseUtt
Utt 1 Jacob West 6in ssw ssw1TO
1TO Jacob West 50110 501101S 5 0
118 1S Jafceb West i 42 455 2126 1121WIN
I 9K Will Curtis 2 10 lS lblee
lee M J Cahill R RTlie 125 125The
The following are certificates in this thiscompany thiseoiitpany
company before befo it was reorganized and andthe andthe
the stock Increased The said certificates certificatesare
are entitled to anincrease < g 25 per tent tentin ent entIn
in the amended corporation upon pay payment paymeet ¬
meet of this assessment on the stock stockthey stckthey
they are entitled to a as foilojm foilojmCert fohlowCert
Cert Name r Shadis tmt tmtS
9 W V S Idler x xIS 130 3
IS 1 Tt O Walker WalkerU Im 315
U M B Mlhran 623
14 William Cramer Cramera
a H Leroy Leroy3711Leyey
37 3711Leyey U Levey 1 1E 21 21is
is E W Young L 11 11b
b 0 K W Young 1 iS ct
82 5 E W Young i
58 B ILWYoukg V YOIHUT Jfe tI10 tI10It
85 KJ W V Toting J 1 ci
57 B AV V Young i iAnd z zAnd
And in accordance with law and the or order ordar ¬
dar of the th board of directory made on onthe onthe
the Tth day of December 1MB I so many manyshares manyshares
shares of each parcel of such stork aa aamay anmay
may be necessary will be sold at th thcompany the theeothpenya >
company office ot ce 38 3 D F Walker build building buildIng ¬
ing Salt Lake CIty Utah I tab on the 15th day dayof dayof
of February HW at 2 O clock p m to topay topay
pay the delinquent nniftsment thereon thereonpease thereontogether
together with coot of isvertiang and cx cxpease
pease of sale J B T LLOYD LLOYDSecretary
Secretary SecretaryHce
O flee 3S D F Walker Building BuildingKatiee BuildIngNotice
Notice KatieeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
specIal meeting of the stockholders of oftheBlue ofthe
theBlue the Blue Ba Eaglu ie Mhiln campanv a cur corporation curporatlOu
poration er organised anis d under the laws of the theState thestate
State state of Vtah win be held at the office officeof
of said corporation room 226 Commercial Commercialclub
club building Salt Lake City Utah at
10 oclock in the forenoon of the 14th day dayof dayof
of February TW4 The objet of said saidmeeting saldneeting
meeting te for the purpose of considering consideringand
and pawing upon the question of the thecompany theconsolituitlon
consolituitlon of said Blue Eage Mintng Mintngoompan
company wit witSilver with the B It If Gold GoldSliver
Silver Mining company a corporation or organized ormnized ¬
ganized and existing under the laws of ofthe ofho
the ho state of rtah under and by virtue of ofPrcfciacnt ofthe
the provlsloit3 of the revlse4 statutes of ofUtah
Utah 110 T G WIMMER WIMMERPrialdent
Prcfciacnt PrcfciacntERNEST PrialdentERNEST
ERNEST WILLIAM Secretary SecretaryNotice SecretaryNotice
Notice of Aaeeasaeac Jte 8 8The 8The
The Silver Shield Mining Killing Millingcompany Killingcompany
company Prtndaal place of business businessSalt businessSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice is hereby herebygiven herebygiven
given that at a meeting of the board boardof boardof
of directors of the above named com company cornpany ¬
pany held on the 1st day 6f February
1804 assessment No 8 of three cents centsper centsper
per share was levied on the capital stock stockof stockof
of the corporation outstanding payable payableimmediately payablelmmedintly
immediately to J W Laaaiey secretary ieeretaryLake secretaryat
at No 421 It F Walker building Sak SakLake
Lake City Utah Any stock upon which whichtblB whichthis
this assessment may atu remain unpaid on onThursday onThursday
Thursday March 3 MW will be delta aeUnI deltauent
quent uent and advertised for sale at public puMicauction publicap
auction ap ttOn and unless pajment is mane be beWW before
fore will be sold on 5aturday Marsh 1 1lIlt
WW at 1 10 oclock a m mthe at atthe
the office of the secretary secretaryD 4 4D
D F Walker building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCityUtah City CityUtah
Utah to pay the delinquent aseessment aseessmenttogether meessatenttogether
together with cost of acrertistng ami azi4payee MBC MBCnense
payee of sale saleJ
J W LaNGLEY Secretary
421 D F Walker WalkCe Bid Bldg Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah
I Delinquent Jfetios JfetiosPBTRO XoUosPETItO
rips place of business 21 213214 34 D F FWalker I IWalker
Walker block Salt Lake aty Utah Lo Location Location ¬
cation of mines Bingham Utah Koticu KoticuThere otico oticoThere
There are delinquent upon the follow following Tollowlug ¬
lug described stock on account of as assessment assesament ¬
sessment Xo 1of 1 of ine en and onefourth onefourthl
1 cents per share levied on the 3d 3dday 2dday
day of January ttM the several amounts amountsset amountsset
set opposite the names of the respective respectiveshareholders respectiveshareholders
shareholders as foftnni foftnniKe
Ke No fo Amt AmtName mt mtName
Name Qert Shares Due DueMrs DueMay
Mrs May B I WoOden M0 5 i 2 2J 2J
J N Crocker IB J 0 1 25 25C 21CAHenry
C CAHenry A Hfnry Ill i j15 j15C i iC >
C C A Henry HenryC 7 115 1 13 13C
C A Henry HenryC 115 20 1 1C
C A Henry 110 Ws 1 1C IC
C A Henry HenryC 115 1 1C
C A Henry HenryJ C CJ
J X Croeker CroekerJ Ilit I l lJNCtochet
J JNCtochet N Creeper CreeperHon lbS lbSHoat
Hon W S Kelly KellyJ is i iJ
J L I Fries FriesRear 250 2 5 5Rex
Rear W H Camp Oassheli rti rtiNellie 2 50 50Nellie
Nellie K Holme HolmeHuh pj pjHugh
Huh A 4 Holmes HolmesL 105 i 31 31T
L T M KsttafaR KsttafaRL S 23 23L
L M Kellogg w 21 21Jbtta
Ana Opnal Ug he h 2501 2501John 250 250John
John B B Bdugh 5a h 401 4 j 125 125I 1 23 23ILFritx
I ILFritx L FrfU FrfUClarfcwe Ml 1 1Clarise
Clarfcwe A Bangh T TI J i iI
I L PrJts ISO 373 373OBreen
0 OBreen B Green 114 114IIFrItZ
1 IIFrItZ L Fritz m 125 125I 123ILFrltz
I ILFrltz L Fritz FritzHarriet 215 230 230Harriet
Harriet 8 Harker HarkerTaylor 150 6 23 23Taylor
Taylor Bras trustee trusteeW 10 0 0it
W it H IL McLaughlin 77 30t H 2 Ml MlMiss hI hIMisa
Miss Anna An Comlon 2OatRt 7W m i iFrankCoftrett 23 23Frank
FrankCoftrett Frank ceenen ma 8 m IS ISFrank 121Prank
Frank CetweM CetweMFranK 11 113 113Frank
FranK Cetwell CetwellA 10 i 2j 2jA
A H Cowle CowleF
F D Hipjfinaotham Jr JrHugh 2 2Hugh
Hugh ATBolmes ATBolmesNyo A Holmes sib S 2 2Nyc
Nyc P Marlon Marlonj f rtoii 50 50JCltsyt
j JCltsyt cyt cytH 373 373ffBCota
H ffBCota B Cold ColdH 120
H B Cole ColeMrs L 1 13 13Mrs
Mrs Annie J BOSSI BOSSIC hans l ill I s sC
C F CSoacb 1 1H l0 200 115 115H
H W U1 Ekwcher I IJ 1010 5 S SJ
J N Csoeler Clocker 11M 5 5 6 2 2A 11 11l
A l JL It Cowl 1195 1195And 100 4 s sAltO
And In aecordanct with law and au order orderof orderof
of the beard of directors made nn the 21 21day 2dday
day of January 1KML so many shares of ofeach ofsnob
each parrel of such stock as may be ne neessary neemerY
emerY will be sold at public auction u < tk > n at atthe ittthe
the office of the company at 213214 D K KWalker FWalker
Walker block Salt Lake City Utah on onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday the Slth day of February 19 i9u i9uat 4 4at
at 1 oclock p m to pay thedelinquent thedelinquentassessment the delinquent delinquentaseSZROflt
assessment thereon together with the theeasts theeut5
easts of advertising and expense of sale saleF7M asicF
F7M F M OREM Secretary SecretaryFirst SecretaryFirst
First publication Febf 11 JKL JKLNotice 1101Notice
Notice of Sale of Salt Lake City Be Bef Befunding
funding f undins Bonds BomdsNOTICET BondsNOTICES
SaltLake Salt Lak City proposes UTmsne Ut iMue ted sell sellS48
S48 refunding bonds dated January 1 1804 1804of ioof
of the denomination of One Thousand Thoustndl1000Ot
l1000Ot 10900 Dollars each bearing interest interestat
at the rate of Vn 4 er r cent per annum annumtwenty annumpayable
payable semiannually principal payable payabletwenty
twenty years after date dateAH dateAll
AH bids ranet be scaled and envelope envelopemarked envelopemarked
marked on outside Bids on Bonds BondsEach BondsEach
Each bid shall carry with tt as a guaran guarantee gusrantee ¬
tee of good faith a certified check upon uponsoino uponsome
some Meal bank of Five Thousand Ht Htff 30tO0tO
tO0tO ff m Debars No quattleil bids will be beconsmerod beconsidered
considered The city re reserves erv a th the right rightto
to refuse any and ail bid bidBid bids bidsBids
Bid must be filed with the city recor recorder recortier ¬
tier Room 140 City and County building buildingnot
not later than 5 oclock p m on Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day Feb S 1K 1KSALT 1504SALT
J S CttlTCHLOW City Recorder RecorderA
A J DAVIS Chairman finance Commit Committee ¬
tee teeBy By order of the city council uac1l dated datedFebruary datedFebruar
February Februar S l 1104 1104J t tJ
J S CRITCHLOW City Recorder Recorderiarage RecordcrLa
La Garage Garageof iarage iarageof
Fine Steel Spring Sprirzgazjdlool aqd Topf IVcrA IVcrASpecfaffy WurkIi
Ii Specfaffy VIWprkGunrnntpod 1H iVHf Gasranfeotf
264 S State St Phone 2080
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V I v7 1 a aI 4t Lurk ° ek i ia i th thinamiHr ci cijrCa
inamiHr I > bnv a ctse bv th
tracts should kiouJ not t uxtelle i iof 0 01b
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And In accordance with the law tflai tflaiorder
order of the atard of drectar YTad YTadthe
1502 1502shares
f pcember
the 12th day
of each gtC51 of salt toek a ama
shares be D5CESaY wPI be sold i t p a aauction
ma at th office of the trasiirrr trasiirrrgether trssnrrooms
auction Psrk bifirlin bifirlincorner
1 and t Walkers
rooms cit Main nd Second otit atrac atracSalt
corner Ldb City Utah on Thcrssy a a4th
Salt hi FebruaPV 1901 at 2 oclock oclockat
4th lay
delinquent aseirnerts t tgether
at gether to pan with th thexpenM the cost of advertisiag art artexpeni
expenM expenMVsthdayof OBERNJY1V5R OBERNJY1V5RTrea
Trea surer surerBy
By order of the board of direct0r of ur urCiIUStOCk
CiIUStOCk Silver tInmg company I Idate
foregoing notice of si silinquent
flzed In the
linquent sale for the sale of tl dc dcituant
ituant StOCk Is p0tpOfled to Thursday I t t15th
Vsthdayof 15th day of February 1 s104 > 4 at tv tbhour sar sarhour
and place placeIOSEPH
Treasurer comstork Silver Mining Co CoDateothls CoDated
Dateothls Dated this Sd day of February 1MH 1MHdelinquent 14Delinquent
delinquent Notice IToticeOSBORNE NoticeOSBORNE
OSBORNE MINING MilLlX MilLlXValley lCrLlNcompanY
companY Principal place Of I in inSalt
Utah Location ot rnina rninaPark
Salt Lake City
Park Valley Noi NotcTbere c Tbere Tbere23d ar dcair dcairquent
descriha al ste steOtt
quent upon the foil wing
Ott account Of assairsment o 1 a us useighth
eighth cent 1tr share leviat a aday
23d day of Dectmi Lleemtlr > or 1105 i iamounts the vi a aastust5
amounts s stt t opp appuite > site the nana namr nanarespective >
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of the board ot at ditOra mad madlId
lId day of Dcainbr 110 8 so mary maryt mar alr alrof
of each urcl af iJi stock as v vnecessary
necessary will b sold at public s ta taat
at t thOfficof the office of the secretary an anurer us usurea
urea i iFebruarTriaS 3430 East jIfrSt south Ii t u ucity
the lth lthFebruary
city Utah on
FebruarTriaS February 1154 at S oclock p in inthe t tthe
the delinquent asM argeasment > ssm > nt thrn thrnVthor
Vthor thor with the costs of ndvrtis ndvrtistspenseof ode ri t a aepene
tspenseof epene of sa sale salei v
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