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The resolutions of otregret regret were adopted adoptedby adopted0L71
by a < Urge majority majorityThe
The stlqg = of 0L71 the toss to i hat accentuated accentuatedy centuatedby
by y the circumstance that It looked SkS Up Upours d dours
ours until the fatal ninth ninthu
u is IS to be sad sadIt SdIt
It is to lament lamentBut lamentRut
But It to to hpw hop for better bettrZ tWajaj
It Z Hausen had held that baB asi e eit fiaakto fiaaktoif
if Delmas had got his throw a bit closer
10 the pan if Essiek had not bit SwiaaellD SwiaaellDifin tWtUeIILIf
If Ware had the bit btt fa faifin
ifin short if several things had been beenreversed beenreversed
reversed they would have beendifferent beendifferentVast been dtftevent dtfteventPant
Vast Ball ll Playing PlayingThe
The eamfort to be derived from iila iilathat tt Ia Iathat
that up to the time of the bigpyrotechnic bigpyrotechnicdisplay big pyrotechnic pyrotechnictlleplay
display the game was the fastest article articleIn
In the way of baseball that has been seen seenhere menhere
here this tht year Four to three In our ourfavor ourlever
favor when the eighth closed it was tied tiedin tiedIn
in the ninth and went train us u Brob Brobdlgnagtan Brobotgnagian
dlgnagtan bounds in the tenth tenthSevrral tenthScviraL
Sevrral causes were contributory to this thissad tbiasad
sad state of affairs and the more re im important inportant ¬
portant will now b be related in thai thaichronological tlirthronoioglcal
chronological order orderThe orderThe
The Zionitea started off like a afire prairie prairiefire
fire Muller first up hit safe Weed sent senthim flt flthim
him along and a wild throw let aim score scoreOimlin scorelHmlin
Oimlin out and Hansen up The first firstbaH featbaH
baH pitched looked good to the old timer timerUt timergood
° good In fet that he felt irco siou siouIQ
IQ bit Ut it over the left fiead fence and anddone andI
I done so as the professor says saysIn saysI
I In the third the champs evened this lit little littie ¬
tie matter up Spencer got his life lifethrough lifethrouh
through selection on the part of a afielder afielder
fielder stele second and scored on Wards Wardshit Wardshit
hit Ward scored when Sunny Jim Schaf Schafir Schatfer
ir poled out a twobagger twobaggerMud twobaggerWud
Mud Works Per Bntta BnttaThe BnttsTb
The Tb chcmps tosk the toad in the t fifth fifthwhen fifthwhen
when Spencer reached first and hd was wasbrought wasbrought
brought aahora hOrd by hit hits contributed by byMessrs NYieasz1
Messrs Ward and nd Schaffer General GeneralLuck GeneralLuck
Luck was in command of the Butte Butteforce Butteforces
force hv thfc inning tj t a marked extent extentSpencer entSpencer
Spencer dnfepod d one down toward the theplate theplate
plate and la striving strttut to reach it itsUpped Kaafcfc Kaafcfcslipped
slipped and fen in the moa nMrw Mt separate separateand sepdriteind
and distinct times Agarn ott Wards lit atta
a similar state of Q affairs obtained Th Thhit The Thehit
hit was a popup back of thirdtight thirdtightwhere third right rightwhere
where the mud was deepest deepestand and Brother BrotherVee BrotherWeei
Weei Vee i couldnt reach it in tIne to clam clamThe c1a c1aIt
It ItThe The champs had Ac best of It until the thenext thenext
next inning when Brother Delmas took tookwallop tookwallop
wallop at t the ball ih it waa ai a pretty etty far farwallop
2 wallopfat wallop fat enough to lift It over the left leftfence leftfence
fence about the point where the Hausetv Hausetvhit Hausehhit
hit went over only a couple of ha hafeet hundVt hundVtftet
feet higher Just where that ball ballhas weilt weilthas
has not yet been established When tost tostseen st st4Eefl
seen it was still rising ana an looked good goodfor goodfr
for Bnyderville BnydervilleThis SnydervlllThin
This second boats raW put our town up upfven upfen
fen again and the Zlontota took ta k lead leadin leadiii
in the eighth through Oimuna nerve and andluck andluck
luck luckReaching luckReaching
Reaching first 6im took tooklittle mooed on a alittle
little bit by Hus Heusen n and sto stohe stole 4 4I
I he started off the second sack ffwtodelta ffwtodeltahurled WtndeII WtndeIIiiL
iiL hurled the baH wild toward second 10 tojret tojretIiim sec secp
p Iiim iim and andOhulin Oimlln availed himself of this IsIt IsIttie Tit Tittle ¬
tie Informality to come homo homoThis homeT
T This we gnWve riiVe to relate was tb the theI extent extentof
of it itThe
I The ninth and tenth were periods of oftribulation ofIribulattol
Wad w Xack raockad Ottt Ottttwlndella Os OstwlndeUa
twlndella was first up for the Hmaspr Hmasprand ehelipend
and stopped an Inshoot with the bait of ofhis ofhis
his ear It i iSpencer probably hurt some He went
0 first Sjlorer sent him to s eOnd and andipfIieer
Spencer hit to Essiek This play put the thefaithful theI
I faithful Weed out of the game Essiek Essiekent Eadcknt
ent nt the ball to Weed who tagged Swin Swindells wln wlndells ¬
dells out and nd went out himself Swindells Swindellscrashed SaindellSrShed
crashed with terrific force tntotho third thirdnaseman thirdhaerm
haerm naseman and knocked him color cold it took tookever tookeverel
everel ever l minutes to revive Weed who re received rOeived ¬
ceived the full Impact on his head Weed Weadwent Weedwent
went sent to th bench ana Tour called to tothird tOthird
third thirdJttS JttS b ThAt Didnt ttah ttahWith flt fltWith
With two out Ftojgy Ward came up aad aadT sddw
w T bunkoed J Peak Sharp to the distress a aSalt St StSalt
Salt Lake It i is reasonable to presume presumethat preenmethat
that aftar ftm factor fset various pitcuc1 fan fanninety for forninety
ninety odd years Mr Ward is u uiuatnted unac unacquainted ¬
quainted with the nature of an outshoot outahootTherefore outshootTheietore
Therefore nobody m the grand stand was wasfooled wastooled
fooled when Mr Ward jumped 10 the left toftto leftto
to meet an outshoot with the fattest per portion pert ¬
t tion ion of his corpulent left leg At once oneeMr i iMr
Mr Ward dropped his bat to clasp his hisarm hisarm
arm It worked all right with Hr Sharp Sharpvho Sharpho
vho ho let him want down Hofrmeifcter hit hitrafe kitsafe
safe and the ball was relayed in Dahnas Dahnasgot Datmasgot
got It at the first station and shot it t tHausen tIiauten <
Hausen The ball went wide of the phtte phtten
n a boand and Hausaa iaus evidently presume presumetug uw1
tug Spencer was close in made a one onehanded onehanded
handed stab at it without leaving tM tMplate thiplate
plate Th The stab missed and Spencer Spencerfcored 8gencerieored
fcored with the run that tied the thinS thingvithat thinSii
ii p
1 simlilfy attOTS it akould be etatel etatelIhat
that Salt Lak Lake ttsver looked close to torun torun
run after this thisin
vawb S SIn
in the tenth M SantasDumont Essiek Essiekstepped EssickLepped
stepped Into his undlrtgtbio undiTI bI airship an ani and andetayed
i tayed > up far quit que a while whileThe whileThe
The boy should not be too aeverei aevereiMired mVIrSIy ceo ceop
p > Mired He pitched nine innings of gilt giUJa
< Ja 3504 d ball bSll5004 good onnugfa 1MIShand tUf anywhererr anywhererrand
and with lax support back of him It to tonot isflt
not to be wondered at that h he went a bit bitwild kitwild
wild Older men have done it many a atime II
time I inie in less trying situations Sharp Sharpfielding bs bsfielding
fielding would nave obviated the theMty IICSP IICSPity
Mty ity of that tenth Binning ini1in and made e the theKame thegame
game a victory for Salt T TThi Lu LuTht
Thi Thitact hwevgr dues not tel I cold coldlCt
tact tactt tkt kWas kWasI
t ha ht t tenth Inntag inn The cnamps cna gan up upn upfl
n his slow shoots and dropped drop then th just justabout juotabout
about where they saw fit fitIvakM fitink14
IvakM lavas B3s a Ufa UfaWiimot IA IAVilmot
Wiimot began the inamg innki by sending one oaeto onetci
to Multor uiIet with the aaual result Runkle RunkleMt Runkielit
Mt himself to second has and McHal McHalfollowed MeHaIeo
o followed with a alt that scored Runkie RunkieRunkle RUDkLeRunklee
Runkle o wisdam was all that ththim bror brorhim
him home safe The bail was driven n ncannon like likeeannon
cannon ball to ta the plate oy Muller Ban HauMI Banhad
> MI had just gat his hands han on it and andMopped andstopped
Mopped to touch the runn when Runkle Runklewent Runklewent
went down with his ftet tot iu the air One Onef
< > f hi hiti hoofs was sent smasn nto Hausens Hausenshanis launPnshdfli5
hanis and the ball kaoaked out oT them themwhile thenwhile
while Ruckle scrambled to safety safetyA estety4Zltorv
4Zltorv 4ZltorvA A JTU or Tsra j jAn
An A n error totSwtojdalto let Swiadefla be safe and b btook be betook
took third on a twobagger that Spencer Spencerlaced Spencerlaed
laced out while McHU scored Ward Wa4foilowed Wardfollowed
followed with a single i irteliB and breepin wia wiad4in
rteliB home Hoffnetoter ifaned 1SSI ap another anotherslow another510W
slow t > nd and went to sacWd base while whileSpencp whileSpene
Spencp scored ftetmffer aM elf elfhit ato iourtfc iourtfchit
hit of He day to score Ward Wardvia the bali balis
via s nt brought backqui back qulc
4 fiecp > ecp Moffmetotor from fr frV <
f Vilm t hk h to Kellackay Eeilack andJtae andJtaenot aedUienot
not fvcred ered so that Wlhnot w wHunk Wan saCs saCsRsnkic
Rsnkic Hunk 1 ta h eleventh iv ath man u ai < U iu ai the in Utilng inning ¬
ning was decent euogh ta ornra t fly out outto outp
p to Mn Mther Her i f fThat
That made oil ts hits for ate rone r o whteh whtehwaa whtriwas
was jinty jintyIn > l nty j jIn
In ih hi tenth r h r i hH rffe wi I 1iod 41dright < j
right there th re whll < two i metf struck uiM and andon I Ion
on Ul ul4 d out out1Ii Swindehe Swindehequisl
1Ii + elf save i kicieft in the van vanquid
quisl quid i l gladiau > et They will again againendevor sinendt
endevor endt or to te tie stuffing out the
Butt furniture iny i The thing wUI wUIirtn W1b W1bgin
gin 1 t 330 and v H o to adecision a ik
Jim Wiggs Igpe will fe th < aib l b for to Bait BaitLak SaltLak
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Two base bits Bfpnesr Honmeister Hoftiseisterpekaffer HonmeisterSchaffor
Schaffor Runkle McHale Weed Home Homru Homerias4jauses
ru rias4jauses s4isas Dolmas B BOff lea bell bellOff
Off Bssick ssick I Struck out outby outny Essiek ii iihi
by SpowrVT Spor 7 Left on sa sakl me t Lake LakeI
I Butte 11 Double playsWeed to Run Runkia
kl kia Basos sss on errors errorsBelt Salt Lake 7 Butte ButteS
S Hit by b pitcher pitcherSwindell Swindell Ward o oButte 0Butte
Butte WaijJ Ward of Salt Lake State hasel haselflfaeacer aeS aeSSpencer
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eart ehi4aM Bd Was Entirsly Too muck KodiTor muckPer
Per the Indians Indiansoise i4isus i4isusoie
oise May f The Boia club tj tjthe Ie4 Ie4the
the table on Spokane today tOSS wmt wmtvery Siaag a avcey
very snappy gam by timely Mt MtThere hittiog hittiogThere
There was OBly one error made durtu derloW the thegame
I game It being a htll throw to first trot by byvery bjrBaikenfeld
Baikenfeld pf Spokane cFarlan pitched pitcheda
a very steady game the visitors visitorsonly gettta getttaonly
only six bite Score SeecePsokane
Psokane 1 s i
7 L Lteriesifogg 0 0WntedesBogg
WntedesBogg teriesifogg and Stanley McFarlaad McFarlaadaad
aad Hacsoa HacsoaFACTS UsasosFACTS
Weed was not seriously injured as a re result reelt ¬
sult of his collision with Swindells yes yesterday yest ¬
terday t dy and will be in the game gameThis gameThis
This wilt be good news to the Bait Bakfa BaitIsen
Isen fa who fully appreciate the great work workWeed workw
Weed w is t dots dotag for the club clubTbta clubml
Tbta ml is tkUme be time for all rightrminded rightrmindedlowers rlghtm1ndedlevers
lowers of the game to get behind the team teamthat teamsad
sad boost Now is the time the neS4t neS4tpupport
pupport 04 encouragement Nows tbe tbelilie
lilie to show that youre out for the home homeNows hometeam
team Nows the time to put more cour courinto cOurMC
MC into the hearts of the players and andto fld fldhelp
help to ga 5155sf jor them up When the team teamWh teamIs
Is winning it doent need help Wh When WhenIt n nIt
It loses it OMght ght to have even better sup support suPport ¬
port than when it wins Boost for every everybody ¬
body all the time Root your heads hsa off offand offand
and help the boys climb out of the iruck iruckThere XUCkThere
There will be no doubleheader this thisweek thinweek
week and probably not until June The Tbeleague Theleague
league Is not going to work the players playerstaer playerskay
kay more than Is neeeary until the wee weetIer
tIer warms up upSpeaking upSpeaking
Speaking of weather conceits that the theelements theelements
elements have given the thetreatment gne gnetreatment
treatment here since the season seasonIt
It baa meant many dollars to all the clU clUthat etutsi etutsithat
that have played here herei hereThe
i The ground are still bad la pttMfiW not noticeably noticeably ¬
iceably back of third It will tail tailcouple a acouple
couple of MOSt warm days to make that thatpatch tstpStvb
patch of ground good There tt also a aJust aslippery
slippery spi Just in front of the plate platethat platetint
that is bad business to run into intoSlats intoata
Slats ata Davis hopes hopesto to be fit to o play 1 1His In Inabout
about two Weeks moe His injured wrist wristor wtiStIs
Is getting loug well but It ta3tes te tefor
for or a hurtOf this kind to heal healJOOW healOw
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New NewYork York YorkBrooklyn 3 555 555BrndiiyG
Brooklyn BrooklynSt fl fldunau f
dunau 1 7 7chines
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St LLonIs Louis Louistsburg 7 5 555 555Bian
Bian 5 1 1I 1Boston
tsburg tsburgbJa bJa I
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WashisgMi WashisgMiTaeoma 057 057J
WB Lost P C CPoctiaod
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Los Angeles 1 1Iftl
Iftl 1 l Ml MlSin
Sin rracinco 1 1Pettisud
Poctiaod PoctiaodColorado 7 7Wwm
Worn Lost LostColorado 7C 7Ci 7CCteetaaati
Colorado Springs Springsver I i 1 15tOualty
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5tOualty ty tyMoines 4 7 154 154Den
Den Moines S 5 253 253Ok
Ok a s ao aoZLOA
Cteetaaati May tPer Forthe the bunk time timethuT t1ethinweek
thinweek thuT ek the St Lorn t tosia aa staffed stastOdwOth stastOdwOtha with withIn
a loAd In the game with the i iteam inti intiteam
team and for this many n7 times timesovertook tie iheals ihealsvertook
overtook vertook and defeated them Attendance Attendance8C AttendanceScore
8C Score ° r
B 51 K KCincinnati gCineinnatl
Cincinnati t tft 3 3StIjOUis
ft ftand StIjOUis 4 4tterlesWi
tterlesWi lad beblei lllmo1a lllmo1asu
and su > ayers Byersrg ayersPlttaburg
Plttaburg May tkrohelit tkrohelita
Purg rg 7 7ielpnia 15 15flhlnlelphia
flhlnlelphia ielpnia U 1 15 4 4Batteries 4UtteriosMilIr
Batteries UtteriosMilIr Milter Camnjta dmlth ami amiPhaJps al alflslps
PhaJps Fraser Doom and andCtateajg an R4l R4lzUzQ
zUzQ LiAflU LiAflUChbe
Ctateajg Chbe May C t4Yhlcsgo Chicago eetd sot tares tarestuns throsI
tuns I ih the first toning on a base on onballs ontILs
balls two errors and a single after afterwhich afterwhich
which Stevers held Chicago down to two twohits twohits
hits Th The visitors tied the score in the theeight theelthtl
eight a and won in the tenth on H Hrtcks HdI HdIricks
rtcks single and HempbOrs home run runChicago runMtiiente
Mtiiente leN
Chicago 1 a a aStous
8 Stous bouts v vjBattariosVlaharty S S SBatorlsYlabosty
jBattariosVlaharty and Sullivan Pier Stovers PierSs ¬
ers and Sugdaa SugdaaPhiladelphia ugdin ugdinhlldelphia
Philadelphia Mayjtfa 15ay IIn the soeoad to toPatten IDnina
nina Patton was ftaaxMff tk the rubber rubberMason rnbbsr055Jfta
Mason who Mrians fclsj was wasted
055Jfta 055Jftaro
ted all aver tha thaPhiladelphia
lL lLhlladelpkia
Philadelphia W ft 4 4Washington 4Wastlugion
Washington 6 15 2 2Batteries 2aitalslnley
Batteries aitalslnley Hanley ajat I sfehcacfc fatten fattenMasoa FattenMason
Mason and Drttt DjWCleveland
Cleveland Kay pkchtng pkchtngqMy
qMy At Ated
ed 7 1 1f
It f 7 7Donahue 1 1hae
Donahue hae aad Psnilu alinie Btovali Btovalift Stuvaliend
and Wood WoodBoston WoodBoston
Boston May ft fasmsMirs aaa alirs superior superiorand auperiorsupport superiorsupport
support support was rhtofty iaaaaa 1Othie IMe for Bos Boston Si Siton ¬
ton s victory Attendant 4900 Score ScoreH ScoreBoston
H H K KBoston
Boston BostonNew BostonNewYojk
New NewYojk York 2 8 2 2Batteries 2DatleTieSTaflflehill
Batteries DatleTieSTaflflehill TanneWH and Farrell FarrellHugh Parru11ug1a
Hugh 11ug1a s and Mdguire MdguirePACIFIC MegurePAIP1C
Portland Ore Or May tOskIaad Oaklaad batted hsttdOut battedout
out another vtet YCtOII ry ov acer r Portland today todayMoFkimoi today34okIm33
MoFkimoi pitched spaetacutar ball and andWtSBarcvrfled andwe
WtSBarcvrfled we sctrt1ed good goodw go 5Ort 5Ortwas
w was e hf conf conthrn conthrn1trt nuaJH nuaJHn
n first atM M eae aa n s Cspta Ca
Freeman fell and broke his ankle At Attendance Attsudance ¬
I tendance 26W Score
H H K KPortland EPortland
Portland S 4 I IOakland 1 1Otkland
Oakland 0 11 I IBatteries 2s5teriesIberg
Batteries s5teriesIberg Ibert and Shea Moskiman MOeIInnand
I and Lohman Umpire UmpfreHuston UmpfreHustonSeattle Huston HustonSeattle
Seattle May 6fiafll aaanie batted Keef Keefout Keeteout
out of the box bo in leasthan lean than one inning inningup Inntngmaking
making eight runs atut seven hits t tVram
Vram cud better until the eighth inning inningwhen
when he was to tonetting totetsed up for five fIy htt httnetting
netting six iun rtmC Tscoma aeome couldnt do dowhen d9anything dosnything
anything with Willionis although he sent ent entfive
five to bases on b51 balfe Score ScoreL ore
L R H B Bfeattle ESeattle
Seattle i is is g 3
7 7and
WilMBts and Wilson Reef Reefamt
81 wri amt ea Oraham Umpire Vwplre4y OCon Con Consell
sell sellInn
Inn Fralicimo JIg 4 4the The Angels and andram andSeals
Seals ran an alacsfveu race today for forbait
bait the pIayIn but 5qom the sixth to the theeighth
eighth the ehampOhklbad a lead of one onera
ram In San Fraaoatces half of the theeighth theeighth
eighth the helen wee fWd and three hits hitsbrought hitsbrought
brought in a trio of oIfrLIieu teepee that gave the thethe
ieis the game Score
Los Angeles 4 7
sp Francisco 7 7H XI j jtterios
H tterios tterlcOray Qray and Spies Knell and andWL34GUL
Gorton GortonColorado
WL34GUL WL34GULColorado
Colorado Springs1 May C ETodayg Todays game gamewa gamewan
wa wan a apkeher pMeaera battle la which McNeoly McNeeIywa
s waa wa aflled d by the sttak tteh work of ofI ble d draSes
I radesftnd raSes had the errors af the visitors Ltn 11 11dernan
I deman pitched a good game but Sioux SiouxCity PioUZCity
City could not win Score ScorsiB
R H B BColorado EColorado
Colorado Springs H 11 118k i 2 2Sioux
8k Sioux > ux City TV > > 9 4 4Battriec5booly
1 Batteries Battriec5booly MeWeeJy aad slid Massitt Linde Lindemaa Lindeman
man sad Hrasler lisenlarDenver HraslerDenver
Denver May 5Ths The last lastzam same of the theDenverSt theDenverSt
DenverSt Joseoh wvtos e maultad in an aneasy aneasy
easy victory for Bearer China pitched pitchedthe pitchedthe
the first three innfal lni4u and was relieved relievedDlekl relievedDiehi
Dlekl was subatituUdT but saved nothing
for his team tea Sear
R RIL RILDenver H B BDenver
Denver T I I 1biehe
84 Joseph 1 J 4 I IBattsrieVttm9i
BattsrieVttm9i Sick bieheDes and CfctM CfctMLucia
Lucia and Bytor BytorDes
Des Moines Max May1Dea15olea trrpss Moiaos lost te
last aame iIme of the serfes t in Omaha The Thety TheInsIiUty
InsIiUty ty of Seals to catch tch Cushman was wasthe Whsthe
the cause of the reverse fat the fifth Ut Utjiing hiping
ping Score
Des Moines 7 js 1 1Omaha iOmaha
Omaha t U IS t tBatteries iB4UtesHOfferCtnnan
Batteries B4UtesHOfferCtnnan Hoffer Cuahman and Boato BoalsAM55LAi
MeCartny and Qosjdlng QosjdlngAt
At MiBO I11naespolleaneapolis apotis M arapolis S To ToAt Toledo4
ledo4 ledo4At
At St Paulfit Pdtri ul 5 Indianapolis 1 1At IAt
At MttWKukeeuMHwaukee 1 Louis Louisville LouIsrUle
rUle 7 7PLAY 7PLAY
Co1Iiate lJftftoU Institute Bail los Tosrs lossers
sers rs Art Ar LBPSI to Wr Wrong WrongioIkds1 ng ngGrouHtis
GrouHtis GrouHtisWhich ioIkds1Which
Which orxmnlsauoa Is the Varsity Preps Prepsteam ProPstea
team tea That Is tha Ut question the Collegiate CollegiateItJtute COHeglateIt
ItJtute It jituts ban toasers are asking them themselves them themanives ¬
selves There re two organizations each eachclaiming eachcla1ln
claiming cla1ln to represent the preparatory preparatorystudents preparstoSystudents
students bf th the Varsity However only oniyone onlyone
one team is I the real taing and as a re result t tmalt ¬
malt the other bunch is 1 sore soreIn soreIn
In order to seek vengeance on the league leagueteam leagueteam
team the fake teatn yesterday deter determined determined ¬
mined to fool the others by luring awy awytheir aWOYtheir
> their opponents The Collegiate team was wasinformed wasinformed
informed by the fakers that the game gamescheduled gamescheduled
scheduled would be played on the Fort Fortsity FortDouglas
Douglas grounds instead of on the var varsity
sity field as agreed The Theregular regular Preps Frepsteam Prepsteam
team as a result waited in the appoint appointed ¬
ed place until late not knowing why the tboCollegiates theCoilegiates
Collegiates did not show up upAll upAn I
All this time the fake team was giv giving givlog ¬
log the Collegiate boys a warm game on onthe onthe
the Fort Douglas grounds However the theJoke thejoke
Joke was spread too soon and the Coils Collegiate Coilsgiate ¬
giate boys were informed that they were werenot werenot
not playing the regular league team but buta
a scrub team of varsity pickups pickupsTbe pickupsThe
The boys took the Joke like true sport sportand sportsand
and adjourned to the varsity field where wheretheleague wheretheleague
theleague game was played as scheduled scheduledThe scheduledThe
The regular varsity team swear ve range rangeme ge geamce
amce me and more trouble ti I expected when whenthe whenthe
the two teams clash again Monday MondaySFQXJLJTB MondayIPOXAIcS
Shaft iLis D l 1 0 and Jtoilly is Seek SeekIn S k kSpokane
In Pissorhers PissorhersSpokane
Spokane is to have a new first baseman basemanif
if such a man can be found Telegrams TelegramsReilly Telegramshave
have beei sent by Manager Reilly to two twofirst twofirst
first class men with offer of good sal salaries sataries ¬
aries to play with the Indians and an answ anera
sw era rs are expected today says the theDesmanReview theSpokosmanBevlsriv
SpokosmanBevlsriv SpokosmanBevlsrivThe DesmanReview DesmanReviewthe
the Shatter deal with Wiimot whereby wherebyth wherebythe
th the Butt 8utte WMuiger was to get two men menfrom menfran
from Spokane for his first ttr t baseman was wasturned wasturded
turned down and now the manager of ofthe ofthe
the Indians Is 1 working otbor strings stringsRalph I
Ralph Frary who is holding down the thefirst theflret
first bag under protest is looked upon uponr i
S good clanS catcher r but Ms speed speedion speedne
ion first te t not ript up to totheatandard the standard and fir fsrthts firtkltreason
thts tkltreason reason a sehenan < h Mte is heosed heosedOus heidadGus
Gus Klopf is still on the Spokane Mot Motbut hatbut
but has ha shown no signs of coming in out outof ontt
of t the theWt wet He has triad to secure hts himrn himrnliaae ra raand
liaae and to believed to b bt s acting under underthe WKS WKSWho eflmlerth
the th advice of Mecidikey Who thinks thinkstcbman a arelease
release win result resultinate 1W Dutchman tcbman prov pierce pierceobstinate
obstinate obstinateMeCeskeya tinate tinateeCtekey
MeCeskeya eCtekey fl flhtJJamd jM d showed la the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake deal by bjwnick irhich Spokane gave gaveX gaveXheliel
X Xheliel > etoel to the Mormons Salt Lake ia iaSpokane insited
sited upon KIOPt and is beltevd to hae haeboOn
boOn nega to th stand by Mac 151 151Spokane
Spokane will under no circumstances circumstancesopf iS iSlease >
lease Kiulif opf not because of his ts super superj supeplaying
playing j ability but because or his actl actland attin4
and n4 the belief that ho a is in on a scht schtto ec ecto
to gat to t MrCioekey MrCioekeytte MCCIOikS7QUICX
QUICX cT4 cT4tt
tt tte Takst TftkCS51TiI Vogiiur Bali LAs Piteb Pltcbr PltcbrOtt r ri
i Off TTstMis of Ioal Olub OlubAn 0mbAs
An a result or a deal made yesterdayEddie yesterday yesterdayEddie
Eddie Quick becomes the property of the theButte theButte
Butte duWBd Fred dark comes to Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Quick is a mighty good ood pitcher pitcherand pitchOrand
and Salt Lake can Ill afford to weaken weakenits weaknits
its pitching taff but Quick was not well wellcontented weltcontented
contented Bare and for that reason it Is Isi isperhaps
i perhaps just as welt be hat been trans transferrd truesferred
ferrd The transfer pots Quick in good goodstanding go05Istpndig
standing again but be caniot play during duringth duringthe
th the prescnT series seriesDad seriesD3d
Dad Clark Is sn old timer and an old oldfavorite td tdfavorite
favorite m gaJt t Lake He Itf a koou oog all allaround allaround
around sjinn n aad anta a fine tinehitter hitter He played playedi playedtkht
i thud base sa first for agdvn here los fertwo lostwo
two seasr seastne s Car ha been out of the thegame thegamo
game for several days on account of an anmfcnrW anliljOVoEskiStblt
mfcnrW liljOVoEskiStblt aatdev tort wW b be all U debt in a afew afew
few days more moreOJM amy5AfRfrT
5AfRfrT Jcz EUIL EUILOlowolaud
OJM Olowolaud eland OomfgjbislnTi Tteun Thifl1kjsbSti aad aad3MMNdl
3MMNdl Olus Arrange chedole lehedulsMaaaor chedoleManager
Manager Sftonts of the Bureka Base Baseboll Baseball
boll eJttb ha hee made e a amatch Mrteh with the tboC thelesveland
C lesveland veland Ootnousslon team of Salt Lake Lakefor Iketo
for to two games to be played at Bureka ureka on onSunday onSunday
Sunday may 21 aad Decoration day The Thefirm Theflr
firm flr game will be played for 100 a sid sidA aide aideA
A special train will be ran from Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake via the Rio Grand Western rail railrod ratsroad
rod with a 12 rats for tb the day or L3 t7fe L3for
for fe the two day The Rurefca team teamplays teamplays
plays at Castlua on Sunday May 15 15TO 13O
Chicgo 10 Ills May y S Harry Forbes ForbesOkie Forbsiand
and FPItI52e Okie ffoll h6 have twice fought foughtfor foughtfor
for the bantamweight ehamplonship have havebeen harebeeu
been practically signed to o fight a third thirdengagement third5a51nent
engagement this tIme at theBattery tte Battery t tctuh D Dchub >
chub Chicago Neil has wired his eons oonsent eonssent
sent but the articles have not yet been beensigned beensigned
signed The affair Is to take place May MayT
T i here hereForbes hereFarina
Forbes won handily from Neil the first firsttime firsttime
time they met They were scheduled A Asecond tsecond
second time but Harry Forbes was un unable unChic ¬
able to make weight and nd Clarence Forbes Forbeswent Forbeswent
went on In hte place being knocked out outin outin
in the seventh round after beating Nte Nteesstly Nieleasily
easily fOr SM SIXNell
Neil and Harry Forb3 later met at San SanFranoiatu SanFrania
Franoiatu and Neil won on the ti uhampioiiahia uhampioiiahiaby
by knocking Forbes out in the steoml steomlround a around
round Harry always claimed he was w0 not notgiven flo4given
given the full count and that he was wasready wuready
ready to fiKh tighf tad a4 he h been property propertyied proper1ted
ted thai it was tie o continue ctinuebes
bes sys Nail 4s the only t tworld
world for wuim h wfll 116 116vii
vii ftc rava I cnftitr cnftitrt
t hita u4o u
Racing Guitt sit attrdy Qkljtf Tt Tttsrdty
tsrdty 0 xrflw3 WtUa WHM WHMBan
a krprlse krprlseIan
Ban JTsaacisoo May RaySWell 6 Well supported supportedbooses supportedbeeN
beeN were Ieie successful fn most of the theevents theevents
events at Oakland today The sport sportopened ipeitopeOnd
opened with a a surprise three long ln shots shotsgetting sLOngetting
getting the money in the f4rt h event eventWOna eventWikia
WOna and Lixsle Rice were the most mostfaneled 55cotfended
fended bu but they stopped badly Pen Ftasanee Pensame
same a 23 to 1 chance by a head froaaa froaaaCartteg frostrtlng
Cartteg rtlng Jennie quoted at 15 l t to 1 Eden Edraa
a 35 to 1 shot was third In the handicap handicapover hmadieapover
over the Futurity course Misty PrM PrMthe L4e L4ethe
the second choice led all th the way win wtentag winfling
fling insily stly from Royal Roguev the fa favorite Carecite ¬
recite Sheehan rider of J J V Kirby Kirbymade Klrbemade
made a claim of foul against Crosswaite Crosswaitewho CrOenWaitewho
who landed I Illowaho Hows ho first In th the fourth fourthrace foutthrace
race but it was not allowed Result ResuitsFlat Resultftnt
Flat race five furlongs sell sellsanco ellksgP n nsuites
suites won Parting Jennie Jenniethird oscosid SIVS SIVSthird
third Time Thnel554 I 02M
Second race four and a half furlongs furtongaeelttng furlongssellingHead
eelttng sellingHead Head Dance won Veina second secondMarie eeodRatio
Marie J third Time Ttme5S Ttme5SThird 55 55Third
Third race six and a half furlongs furlongsselling furlongSsShhiflgFlyer
selling sShhiflgFlyer Flyer won My Surprise second spoondCastles secondCaritae
Castles third Time Tirne4 Tirne4FOIrtb 18H4
Fourth race ace one mile and a sixteenth sixteenthseuiug sixteenthealhingIhlowaho
seuiug ealhingIhlowaho tilowaho won J V Kirby sec second sadcad ¬
cad Merwan third Tline ThpeIhT 1 1Fifth
Fifth race Futurity course hnIIc11Istys hatMDcCp hatMDcCpSuth
Istys Pride won Royal Rte second secondJohn
John A Scott third TImel1 TImel1xth
Suth xth race mile and seventy ysrds ysrdsselling ygedsPSilingAds >
selling PSilingAds Ada N won Solon second Re ReDare REy REy1are >
Dare third Time Thnei ThneiVARSITY l4Ste l4SteVARSITY
LD L D S an iu f U of U Will WillGlaih wuicIu
Glaih This Aftamoon on onthe oiThe
the Varsity Cimpm CimpmThe CampuTb
The Tb duel track meet between the Unl Unlvsntty UnirosiLy
rosiLy of Utah and th the L D S aol uaivsrsJty aolvmsity
vsrsJty will take place at 2X oci oclock ek tht thtteams this thisaftiSooit
aftiSooit on the university e etels
teams are confident of winning nd an anexeitteg a aexsithig
exeitteg contest is eueeteo The Ont entries entriesfsr rt rtforthe
fsr forthe thTtwo two schools wWbTac will be no follow fdtloaIllyard followMilyard
Milyard Da DabI hU of II Whitney Whitneye Wbitne3Miore
Miore e Hideout L D S Christy Christyyard Christ7yard
yard DashU of IT Whitney Moore MooreHideout Ooe OoeRideout
Hideout L D 8 Christy W Lund and andJackson a aJackson
Jacksonuptrd Jackson Jackson4yird
4yird DashU vf f U 14 Butter PltV PltVJttdd Pitt PittJudd
Judd and Parkc L D ST 8 Reid 1114 and W WWyard Whey <
hey hey551yard Wyard Run RunU U of U Wade Judd JuddBrown JuddBawwn
Brown L D B West and Crisiaaa CrisiaaaMils
Mils Bun RunI tT of U Wade Judd Brown BrownDresser
Dresser L D 8 West and Robinson RobinsonIttyard Bobinsosl15yard
Ittyard HurdlesU of U Butter Bssk Bsska da daion
ion L D a Jlirlsty and tosslater tosslatermayard
a mayard y rd HurdlesT of U Hunt Parkc ParkcL
L D S Christy and Rossister RussisterPolevauitU RossisterPolevault
Polevault U of U Bessel Williams WilliamsL
L D g S O I Lund und and A Acombe AcombeHammrthrowt com be beHammerthrow
Hammerthrow IT of IT I Bennton Cart Cartsoli Carlaek
soli LD L D S Smith and Stanton StantonShotputU BtantonShotput
Shotput ShotputU U of IT Bennton Carson L LS 1 1Li
Li S Smith and Stanton StantonBroad htantnnBrod
Broad Jump JumpIT V of T7 Russell Reid ReidHoht ReM1tnht
Hoht L D 8 W Lund and Chrtity Chrit ChritItigh
High Jamp Junlpi t of r Carlson Must I ID 1p
D S W Lund Christy and O LtmItalfmlle Euod EuodHalfmile
Halfmile Relay RelayV V of U Moore Pitt PittWhitney PittWliltney
Whitney L l D S W Lund Jackson JacksonCftftsty 1CksOIICbfl5ty
Cftftsty and Reid Reidof ReidWUITZXJtG
GueLLudg of Salt Lake Iea oidt oidtof
of Btnrsr BtnrsrT emwor emworLogan
T Logan an May tThe The wr wrestling st stPUllea bout boutpiaua
PUllea off here last night between Cart jartSchmidt CartSchmidt
Schmidt of Denver and Qu Undo of fiajt fiajtLake at atLke
Lake waswon O won by the latter whosecured whosecuredtwo who Icu Icutwo
two falls out of three The style 5110wreStling or orwrestling
wrestling was GraecoRoman and the themen i
men put up a really good exhibit exhibitSchmidt pzbIbItio pzbIbItioSchmidt
Schmidt was much the larger mgh mofttf mofttftwo of th thweighing
two weighing probably twentyfive twentyfiveBefore
10 linda mo e than Linde who stripped 4t 4tBefore
Before the match began a telegram fro froFrank fr6Frank
Frank Strangler Lewis was r read sd 1 1which
which bich ho offered to wrestle the wtaaer for forM
1 = M 0 a aside asideSchmidt side sideSchmidt
Schmidt secured the first fall in fif fifteen flfteen ¬
teen and onehalf minutes by getting a ahalfNelson
halfKelson and hammerlock hold 1 that thatLinde <
Llnde was unable to break He tried the thesame thesame
same tactics in the second bout but Llnde Llndeitedly Linderepeatedly
repeatedly itedly broke the hold and finally on onthe ona
a flyIngtall compelled Schmidt to Ittge Ittgewhich
which he broke in lem tbafl half a mip mipute
ute securing the fall In nine minutes and andThe andforty
forty seconds secondsThe
The third round lasted only eight min minutes miiiutes ¬
utes at the end of which time Ltade se secured ascgr ¬
cured cgr a a halfNelson on a flying fail and andtwisted andtwisted
twisted his man over Schmidt claims claimsthat claimstht
that Or GreeceRoman ecoRoman is I not his Style 5iO of ofwrestling otwrestling
wrestling but that be can throw Ltade Ltadeeasily Lindeeasily
easily catchascatcbcan catchascatcbcanHarry catchascatchcanHarry
Harry Stoney and Tom Barton referee refereethe refereedthe
the match matchBKAJfOK fliatebBWOK
Two Schools Mart ztPor jfw tfek t Kn KnTine PlrTn
Tine TnPreparatory
Preparatory Modents of the Untvsrsltv Untvsrsltvof
of Utah will meet the track tracktbiete athletes from fromtbe frontthe
the university branch normal school at atcedar pLilar
cedar ilar City on the university campus May MayThere
2a 2aThere
There was some difficulty in deciding decidingon
on what events were to take place Tb The Thebranch
branch school desired to have a fifty and and105yard
Mayard dash but not the mile and half halfmile halfmild
mile As the preps are are1 strong In th thkntc the thelong
long races they were unwtlftmr to do doaway doaway
away with these events A compromise compromisewas
was arranged whereby there is to be no no60yard
60yard sprint but in Its stead the half hsiCThe halfTue
The faculty of the university is bearing
the m > expense of bringing the nora normaj oe
from C Cedar dar City a as they desire t tQ nS nSlisli
lisli a friendly feeling between fw t two twosehoeis twoMAX
Tatmar msr Able to Sold Oat Against the thaPark thePark
Park City May 1A A large number ol olom ofsittaina
om sittaina oaa turned out last eveninga evening Ce wit wttnesn witness
ness the pulling match between one of ofthe ofthe
the largest teams of horses in town and a astrong astrong
strong man who styles himself Samp Sampson 8ampson ¬
son One of o the horsa got a little start startof startof
of the other in the pull and the match matchwas matchWI
was WI a rataer tame affair Sampson having havingno
no apparent trouble in holding the team teamPIAYER teamPLA
Charles Dexter DexteroftheBostoii of the Boston Nationals Nationalsclares NationalsdoeIrea
doeIrea clares ite < is the only infielder who whoaver whorer
aver made four errors on one grounder
It happened on the trip of the All AllASMricaAS AllAmericas j
Americas and AllNational to the tbocoast thecoast
coast said 514 Dexter Ad Joss batted a agrounder agroupder
grounder to me and Just as I reached out outto outto
to piek it up it bounded Into my face
That was error No 1 and Joas reached
first With my eyes full of dirt dirt I ran ranafter ranaftor
after the ball and booted It far enough enoughto
to allow Joss to reach second That was wasrror waslever
lever rror No 2 I picked the t he ball up but tn tnray Thmy
ray excitement dropped It again and the theSlat theSlat
Slat went to third Error No 3 3By 3By
By this time I didnt know whether I Iayinif Iwas
was playing ayinif baseball or indoor golf r rup Iplolted
plolted up the ball and made a wild throw
t to third and Joss scored That was error
No 4 If there had been any more bases
I woald nave re made some more moreBrooklyn marekIy
Brooklyn kIy Gets Dillon DillonCincinnati DillonCincinnati
Cincinnati May Ma 6 6The The National base ¬
ball commission has decided that Frank
E Dillon belongs to the Brooklyv Na National National ¬
tional league club on claims prior to those thoseof
of 1 Los Anseles AnselesWorlds AnelesWorlds
Worlds Record RecordOmaha RecordOmaha
Omaha May C 0A A new worlds record
for a fiveman team three games wajj wajjirada weawsd
irada on onthe the Omaha Bowling association associationalleys associationalleys
alleys tonight iu a contest The winning winningseord
tean scored 3232 h 2 pins on a regulation regulationULaDZ reguttlonKLDZ
St Louis May 6 6hn In the presence of ofa ofa
a score of men and women Paul PaulMoore paulMoore
Moore a traveling salesman of Cleve Cleveland Cleveland ¬
land O today shot and killed himself himselfin
in a street car at the intersection of oftwo c1two
two of the busiest thoroughfares in inthe Inthe
the business section He was despon despondent despondent ¬
dent dentLadies
Ladies Suits closing oyt tjt certain certainlines certajnlines
lines 11650 1650 values valu fr f r J495 24ILIJLtEBRlEN
v f fI fJ fJriVes
JriVes Chtmpoux Exteutid in inWalk 1 1Wail
Walk Wail WnJUi WaIL Ptnitaiu Ptnitaiutp Peitkry PeitkryD
7zIaNb xsax xsaxPOz
Walls Walla Was Wash May f 1James 1JamesfMiopok James JamesCasimpottx
Casimpottx was hanged in the tate statepenitentiary tatepenitentiary
penitentiary at at11 511 this morning for forthe forthe
the murder at Lottie grace in Seattle SeattleNan SeattleNoi
Nan 1 1 1152 1152The W WThe
The execution passed without a hitch hitchChampoux hitchChampouic
Champoux walked from the hospital hospitalbuilding hospitalbuilding
building to the scaffold nearly fifty fiftyyard fiftYyards
yard distant unaided with a firm step stepand Stepaiid
and erect figure He mounted the scat scaffold scatfold ¬
fold and faced the small crowd guilt gathered guiltered ¬
ered to witness the execution but re refused retimed ¬
fused to speak Father Fiohr read a abrief abrief
brief prayer after which time the thesoaps theatfape
soaps cap and noose were placed and andthe andthe
the trap sprung fWUn The entire time on onthe Onthe
the scaffold was loss Iou than two minutes minutesDeath minutesDeath
Death occurred in seventeen minutes minutesand minutesand
and at the expftratta of twentytwo twentytwominutes twentytwominutes
minutes the body was cut down The Thedrop Thedrop
drop was five Cost ten iftdMs The neck neckwas neckwas
was broken and death instantaneous1 instantaneous1This instntapeounTbIs
This is the first rt execution under the thenew thenew
new law requiring that capital punish punishment punishment ¬
ment be inflicted at the state peniten penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tiary only
Story toraftkCv4m toraftkCv4mZennon of the Grim GrimZennon
Zennon Cbaxnpoax killed Lottie LottieBrace LottieBrace
Brace a variety theatre performer in inRileys inRileys
Rileys Arcade theatre Seattle in the theearly theearly
early part of November 1102 He had hadmet hadmet
met the woman in Alaska previously previouslyand
and became infatuated with her He Hespent HeSpOilt
spent most of his money on her final finally inal inally ¬
ly she threw him aside He w went nt to tothe tothe
the theatre where she was employed employedwith eotployedWith
with the intention of killmg her He Hestabbed liestabbed
stabbed her in the brain with a hunting huntingknife huntinghello
knife as she was leaving the theatre theatreand theatreand
and she died the next day from the thewoond thewognd
woond woondHis wogndIlls
> His first trial was dramatic He Hefeigned Hefeigned
feigned insanity fought his jailers and andacted andaeted
acted in every way like a madman but butJury buta
a Jury declared him sane His case casewas easewag
was appealed to every possible 15e court courtbut courtbut
but the convicted mans attorney at atlast atlast
last gave up hope of staying the execu executiom ezecutie
tiom tie Champoux stated before leaving
for the state priSon that he wished to todte todIe
dIe and cursed his attorney for trying tryingto
to save his neck Champottxs ttealthy ttealthyrelatives ea1thyrelatives
relatives in eastern Canada however howevermade bSwevertasde
made a hard fight to save Mm from fromthe fromtbeueaUold
the tbeueaUold scaffold scaffoldPark
0 0d
Park City May S 6Brick Erich Vtekland one oneof endof
of tm the old < rid Patkites died today of ty tysesra4 typtiold
ptiold fever after a lingering illness of ofndVeiol
sesra4 weeks weeksThe wksThe
The county committee of the Democrat Democratgate DemocratIc
Ic party uIet last night pursuant to calL calLad
ad rrIinged for the Judicial and state statedeilgate
deilgate gate convention con The delegates to the thestatt thestain
> stain convention are to be chosen at a aconvention aeoflvmtioii
convention to be held in Park City on onMay onMay
May K while tft the > delegates to the Ju Judicial jodAcal ¬
dicial convention are er to be chosen at cau caucuses caueume ¬
cuses held in the fh different precinct Of Ofthe 0 0the
the seventeen delegate Park City Is to tohave tohave
have nine WhIle Coalvllle has two Wan Wanshh Wanably
shh ably > and Hoytsvill Hoyt ville one between then thenTpton themUpto
Tpton Upto Echo Henefer and Castle Rock Rockare Rockare
are represented by one delegate Oakley Oakleyand kley kleyand
and Peoa one Kamas Marion and Wood WoodTfc Woodhad
had thaw
Tfc The graduating class of tht Park City CityHlgh CityHigh
High school is to hold its claas c15 day ex exercises iiarnie ¬
ercises arnie In the Masonic knit tomorrow tomorrowevening toorrewevening
evening Invitations have e been Issued IssuedJan Issuedand
Jan and a fine programme has ha been arranged arrangedforthe
101 forthe the affair The class cla numbers five fiveI
i I August Linn died of pneamonte h htoday here heretoday
today Mr r Linn was well known in Park ParkCity Parkity
City ity bavins been in town for many manyyears manyrears
years rearsMine yearsMiss
Miss Nellie Hoover entertained this thisl thisevening
l evening In hones of her sartiir who Is Isvisiting 05visiting
visiting here taoist Prose ProroDr ProseDr
Dr It KWright g Wright sod wife entertained entertainedi entertainedinformally
i informally this evening
the good weatherhas weathet bes brought out the thebaseball thebaseball
baseball player again Work of prepay preparation prepaytion ¬
ation tion for the UtmhWyomms league leaguegames leaguegainpe
games Is going on here anti some good goodamateur goodamateur
amateur < baseball is expected this mum suraDr mumDr
Dr W 3 Bardstey was a Salt Lake Lakeimenger I Ipassenger
passenger this afternoon The doctor doctorsees i
sees 1 to the capital as a witness In a aage
damage age suit against the DalyWest DalyWestBartley DalyWestflartley
Bartley McDoaouah city marshal re returned yeturned ¬
turned from a short Salt Lake visit this thismorning thismorning
M J 7 Dalley and wife returned frost
Salt Lake this morning
William Donftvgn was wapaisong among the morn
in Ing arrivals arrivalsM arrivalM
M T Harrington returned today from froma
a short visit in the metropolis metropolisMike metropolIsMike
Mike Fltsgerald was an outgoing pas passenger peaaenger ¬
senger on the afternoon train trainJ
J V Murphy was among the returning
Parkites from Salt Lake today
Mr and Mrs Fred Drtteoll left yesterdO yester yesterday ¬
dO day for Ogden where hee they will in future futurereside futurerteide
reside resideBe
Be seoml Are Expelled Sx > U d Prom Colla CollaTor Collegs CollegsPer
Per Xisbehavior XisbehaviorLogan XlsbehavtorLogan
Logan May f 4Quite Quite a sensation was wascreated wasemeted
created in educational circles this week weekby weekby
by the expulsion from the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Ajrrteuittwalcollege
college of quite a number of students studetsand studentsand
and the suspension of several others othersSome othersSome
Some time ago President Kerr learned learnedthat learnedthat
that some of the students were in the thehabit thehabit
habit of visiting saloons carousing and andotherwise andotherwise
otherwise misbehaving themselves and at atonce atonce
once took measures to locate the guilty guiltyparties guIltyparties
parties After saccccatng In doing so sothe sothe
the offenders were cited Before him and andgiven andgiven
given to understand that the slightest in infraction Infraction ¬
fraction of the corteges moral cede there thereafterby thereafter
afterby after by them would result in their ex expulsion exaion ¬
pulsion pulsionAetaie aion aionI
I Seine of them got defiant and persisting persistingn
in n their course were summarily dealt with withJn wRitlitallthere
Jn litallthere all there have been six or seven w n expul expuland expulsiogs
siogs and four or five suspensions and the theictory theetory
ictory ones are now thoroughly hum humbled humWilliam ¬
bled bledWilliam William Vaughn and Charles Gunneil Gunneiltwo Gunnelltwo
two young men who have been Hvlng here herefor herefor
for some time were arrested yesterday yesterdayafternoon ycaterdayafternoon
afternoon on a charge of fornication fornicationcommitted fornicationcommitted
committed with the girl Efue Olsen men mentioned i itioned
tioned in yesterdays Herald and another anothergirl anothergirl
girl named Jones who figured in the con conviction j
vlctlon of Williams Evans in Salt Lake Lakelast Lakelast
last fall on a charge of attempted rape
The boys will be arraigned today todayBATH todayDLTX
Special to The Herald C CProvo i iProvo
Provo May 7 7Francis Francis Tony a highly highlyrespected highlyrespected
respected citizen of Provo died yesterday
from heart trouble after several months monthsof
of illness The deceased was born in inKlglard InRlglard
Klglard England seventyeight years ago agoand agoand
and came to Utah in Uiit locating In i iProvo
Provo Mr Tony was an Intelligent man manof manof
of strong Individuality honorable and andeonaetentiaus andcomentIeug
eonaetentiaus In alt the affairs of llffc llffcHe ilfPBe
He leaves eaves a wife and eight children and andnumerous andaumroua
numerous other relations The funeral funeralwill funeralwill
will be held at the residence Sunday at
1 oclock oclockY oclockx3TzozoLIaL
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Y YIrd7s srdy JUcord at t the Local Of Offlc Ofe
flc e of th tiia Weather Bureau BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature 19 d degrees rees min minimum mm mmimnuin ¬
imum temperature M vegr negNea es mean tem tempantture ternpsentur
pantture IS degrees which is 8 Iae df > erre erreabove
above the normal Accumulated deflcien deflciency
cy of temperature sinoe the 1st of the themoeth i issanth
ssanth 17 segrec accumulated excess of oftemperature oftemperature
temperature since Jan 1 2 degrees Total Totalprecipitation Totalprecipitation
precipitation from 6 p m to ti p m mtrc mtPiro
trc accumulated exwg of pwclpita pwclpitation proempitalion
lion eince the 1st of the month li limchee 1Finches
inches accumulated excess of precipita precipitation i itton
tton since Jan 1 403 inches
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NO mnbJihr saxs saxsJudge
Judge lUrtapp 2i1AIfl5t De idss Affainst Depot DepotBarber De iOt iOtBarber
Barber Barber4h
It is gaee 4h his law to k kwp cp a barber barberi barlershop
shop open for f r buafsHto on i Sunday inday even evenin eveflIn
in the Ogden Union depot for the themodatioo aos aosmodatlon
modatioo of tourists sed d others 1 1wss Te iSS iSSwss
wss decided Tescevdas by Judge ItottpPand ItottpP IIOIaPPand
and John SmltbrSe Ssdth The depot barber was wasflned wasfined
fined SK 1 for such ah offense offenseThe offenseThe
The proseedmgs were purely f sjMl I a ajury ajury
jury being epanilid atpan I 4 and i ithe mat matthe
the jud judafter judge to render a verdict 04 04after
after an agraed Statement of fast fastbeen nail nailbeen
been red7 red The < cose M will be beThe ftpM ftpMThe
The defense claims that a Sunday Sundaying Vs Vsing
ing parlor in stash a locality Is s Icity w wsity
city and its It prohibition is a Crights vlOSSt vlOSStrights
rights guaranteed by the interstets interstetsmerce IntettiIIImerco
merce act actthe actP5UrxOAziror
Yore lenahir Will Addrse Elgk Elgkheol
heol lvaduatos lvaduatosFormer
Former 8e 8eday Senstqr Frank 7 Cannon ban banbeen
been invited to diSr the address before beforethe
the graduating clam of the High school schooland ackenind
and nd It Was s gaasrtad 1nS last nigbt to the theboard tileboard
board of education that b ha would pink probably pinkably ¬
ably accept The tsstchecs committee ossnsltteealso committeealso
also ratrt reported d to the board last night that thatit thatIt
it expected to submit next we weok a Use Useof listof
of tsaehsrs who ww Were te bs r reompioyed reompioyedThirtysight tnploy L LThirtyeight
Thirtyeight appHeatens fur positions as asteachsni amteaches
teaches wer wereieesivsd received and read to the theboard theboaz
board boardvmoaunrr boaz boaz55IrO1nr
vmoaunrr TOCKHOLDBIU will wnrFormer willT
day T Qw 3np31y p my Xust Net Dispose of ofIMt ofP1an1
P1an1 P1an1The IMt IMtThe
The action against the Ogden Sewer SewerPipe SewerPipe
Pipe 1 Clay company by the minority minoritystockholder minoritystoekholdOt
stockholder handed by R S Joyce was wasdecided wasdecided
decided yesterday by Judge Roiapp in infavor infavor
favor if f the defendant the injunction injunctionrestrasuag lnjuncti0flrestrIag
restrasuag ta Ike majority from selling its itsplant Itsplant
plant being mane permanent The court courtin courtin
in rendering its defefrlon stated that from fromthat fromthe
the evidence It that th the cocern cocernsate coceinwas
was pramperoce the sate was not flOe necbut flOeelms
elms but was artanged for the purpose purposeW purposeof
of W getting poaMsjion istresinlop or the minority minorityholders minoritybeldars
holders stock and of reorganising the thecompany thecompany
company companyaUAJUMAJT companyGUA1aiAN
Ooataai Ortt to B Herd Thursday ThursdayThe huredayThe
The question of appointing a guardian guardianor
for or Thelnm May and fld Edith Stone dangh danghtefday daughterday
tefday marnnjvjMtaa mppntug bat there toa is a contest contastont contestorii
ont orii of otbe taa atwarras weeo aafttsjg s nor wfe p ppuintmnent ap appointment ¬
pointment of Mrs Cave grandmother grandmotherand
and another anutjt MBJ IPf f tot HRtf uprmed Stone an anuncle 5
uncle both petlU petitiOns as win be considered consideredtogether consideredtogether
together togetherA
A 1 Stone was appointed administrator admintotratorof
of the C 1 Stone estate tnte with bonds fixed fixedMrs finedThe
The ajsyr Ow To Late Laters
Mrs rs Martha Ferrln was yesterday yesterdaynted yesterdaygranted
granted nted a a decree of divorce from Oman Omantsdy OrimliP
P Fern and was also twarded the euS euStody
tsdy of the three children The decree decreewas decreewas
was granted by def defgalt H of the defendant defendantfailure defendantthe
the groundi of actist being failure of the theABttlewMIe thehund
hund to previA mapport ABttlewMIe ABttlewMIeafUr A lullS While Whileattr
afUr the d decree cree had been Issued Attorney AttorneyLessenger Attorneybeesesiger
Lessenger aMaared wl wIh h auShortty to rep represent rePresent ¬
resent the defendant nail explained that thatGeorge thatGeorge
George J Marsh silS regular attorney attorneybad attorneybad
bad been pr reVeftted v fitod from fromappeasing appartng He Heasked lieasked
asked to bav hjve the sase ens reoptmad Judge JudgeRolapp Judgeflolapp
Rolapp refused Intimating to the alter attorney alterney ¬
ney that a sta staThe stay of proceedings pending an anappeal
appeal might be hind hindThe
The Davenport Lecture LectureThe Lat r rThe
The Ogden canyon resort season will be beinformally beinformally
informally opsned Monday when Bly BlyWilson BiyWilson
Wilson w will l emertatn with a trout and andchicken andhiclen
chicken dinner in honor of the celebrated celebratedDavenport cerstedearto
earto aist tpmer Davenport Other Otherthe Otherguasihi
guasihi will be the newspaper writers of ofthe
the city and the committee from the theMens theMens
Mens club of the Congregational church churchwhich churchwhich
which has charge if the Davenport lee lecture leetare ¬
tare In the tabes tabele Monday evening eveningOgdajol eveningOgdsiBrinfz
Ogdajol OgdsiBrinfz OgdsiBrinfzli Sriftfx SriftfxM
M O Corey Is la Ogd 0505 a from Salt Lake LakeThe LakeThe
The Ogden canyon sanitarium will open openthe openthe
the resort about June 1 1J
J 1 V Snedaker heft yesterday for Mill MillCreek MIIICreek
Creek to attend the funeral of his sister sisterMrs sistertrs
Mrs trs P P Carlisle CarlisleJay riimle riimleJay
Jay SlRlth Itb Qgdeas coatrUto singer singerwill singerwill
will render a solo at the First Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistchurch
church Sunday morning idso evening eveningHaiver eveningRaiser
Raiser Ostriter has returned from Fort FortLogan FortLogan
Logan Colo Cob where he went to take the theexamination theezaminatIo
examination for to admission to West Point PointThe PointThe
The Olenwood Park band appeared last lastadvertised lastnight
night In new fawn colond ugifonnts and andadveTtIed
advertised th the dance given at Lester pant pantin parkIn
in the evening by the organisation organisationD
D M L Corral is fn Ogden as advance advancerepresentative advanceropreeenttIve
representative of tn > United States naval navalr atralreemaiulag
r reemaiulag rulting party which J Is to be ecs ecsllshedjBr esma esmalimbed
llshedjBr limbed lor a week In th the federal court courtroom courtroom
room beginning Monday neatAAAAUAAAAkAAAAk next nextAUCTION
No 1 do tot run a fake auction auctionbut auctioflbut
but I can pell ell you honest reliable reliablecheaper
1 ewry watehes and diamonds diamondscheaper
cheaper than you can buy it in any T TC
C place in the city citySALSICKLE T TSALSICKLE
SALSICKLE the Jeweler Jewelerk J
k 76 East lad South St 4c 4c5c K Kk
k between Commercial and State fits 4c 4cSalt
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Salt L Lake ict dty Oit Utah UtahNOTICE UtahNOT1CI
Salt Lake City a municipal corporation corporationuader corporatienuade
uader the laws of Utah has elected to toredeem toreaeem
redeem and d Wtu Ill fjnlgJut and nfcy ail a nut nutstanding at atstanding
standing bonds of saidcity bearing date dateJuly dgteA
July 1st ism V VA
A more st e specific description of said saidbonds laidhonda
bonds Is as asfulhews asfulhewsflYe follows followsFIVe
FIVe hundred asVd ssi4 fortyetgftt M Mbonds 141 141bonds
bonds of Salt lAksCity 1Arn City Utah of an to tolaw Issue
sue of six hunded t111 hoOds at he do donominatio
nominatio f rnWiwand 1l05SOSI 401 401ita
law each ch bosriSa bt Interest at i five S Sper 5per
per rent per aaaitK eaaa date of tasoe July JulyI
iTiatt I 1 payable at aty uty time ifter tw M Myears IIyears
years front the date of tosoe e at the ep epUpn optip
Upn tip of t aaM4t mold ats 4 said beads balog moo numbered ¬
hired from one O I la IQ Ova hundred and andforty andfortyeight
forty fortyeight eight MB 1 consecutively both numIeee num numSaid
Ieee IsrlpdSt IsrlpdStlaid
Said beaiHi bo shall be pnoonted for final finalredemption finalredomplion
redemption to the banking house of ofWeltoFargo ofWellsFargo
WeltoFargo S Co to the City of New NewYork NewTort
York or to the aaaaliig bone of said saidWells saidWeBs
Wells Fargo CaVm il In Salt Lake city
Utah or to the be treavurer at Salt JaitCity Tateth TatethCtty
City Utah on Os or before July 1 1Said 3ft 3ftSaid
Said beads shall oasa to draw 3tsieof 3tsieofafter tereat tereatafter
after said July i Ifltis M4 M4TMa
TMa aatt t4h to pablfidied pursuant to or ordinance ordinance ¬
dinance and puiaaapfc ta a reaoiutlon of ofthe ofthe
the city eounetf Of Vat 51it Lake dty ltjr Utah Utahpasspd Utahpassed
passed and AppMvsd far the mayor oa oathe onthe
the ttth th day afApttt at Aplit ISM ISMDated 1554Dated
Dated May 1 IMC
FHOiam F1IH55RARRl F1IH55RARRlTroassaur HARRIS HARRISTreasurer
Treasurer af Salt Lafca I City iy Utah UtahAttest UtahAttest
Attest AttestT
BeePiger BeePigerDeacredS
DejsMicrajac District OoRveation OoRveationAT
cratic atic committee committeedistrict of the h Third Judicial Judiciale JudicialdIstrIct
district held to toApril Salt Lake e City Utah oa oai asApril
April 22 19M the thewere ttj55a i ami secretary secretaryreeled secretarywere
were authorised a afollowing and reeled to i Inue aue toe toeA thefollowing
following call callA
A Democratic dhrtrlet convention of the tbefrd theThird
Third frd Judicial dlsfilet district oomprl ecMprIhng ing Salt Saltt SaltLalie
t Lalie t stimg awit JP and toet countIes w tlea is ishereby ishereby
hereby ratioS ttf 10 ConVene in Judge Judgearts Stole Stolearta
arts court room m city < and county countying build buildjOe
jOe Salt Lake City Utah < en m Ray V V19M 16
19M at t 11 o VeSsel eloek a m for th the pur purto purpose purposeor
or nominating tOufjudgls nd a district districtatorney
atorney for the Third Judkai district districtto
to be voted far at the election to be held heldNov belaNov
Nov 1 1904 1904The 1904The
The basis of representation as fixed by bythe bythe
the committee is i ofce delegate for 100 100votes ioovotes
votes and one for each fraction over overfifty overfifty
fifty cast at the election in 1900 for Judge JadgcW
W Y O II Hail This fbi wH give tofiaU Lane Lanecounty afte aftecuunty
county 131 deteentatto dalaastteSummlt Buetmtt eoamy 17 17delegates 11delegates
delegates and to Tooele county 11 dele deleen dolegates
en gates gatesThe tThe t
The several county conuniite s are re requested ri1uested ¬
quested to call primaries In their several severalpr seydralrrerifleta
pr rrerifleta > cincts to b be hew on Wednesday M 3ia y yu
u 1 I not to elarf e1t dWegateto 44egate to attend the theuici theiti
> uici iti convention conveotioasA
A r ELr ELL4 8 Cfcajrmaa
1 W J RobinsoaBeeretaiT
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEKKBV HEKKBVTfcureday ULy1 flj fljSaThuredar
SaThuredar Tfcureday th thi thq oMay Ihu et etoclock
oclock iptlt fdtePOt t tThefkugof
Thefkugof the Jeficre4njn up
i Bines cconpaiiy room No wiu i Mc Mcornick MciorateS
orateS building tiaFt aft I Laaclty IKC t tv Ttah Ttahthere ltajthere
there nill ill be a special meeting of the thepkhatders thonleekhaidera
nleekhaidera pkhatders of said cori corpratloii > oratiuii for or ihe ihepurpose tuepurpose
purpose of considering the question or < > f fdtag
dtag 1 the articles af in Inwporatton prporation ia iafaltbwmg 11t
t C following particulars particularsFla partIculars1r1r1tBy
Fla 1r1r1tBy By striking sttikin out eM rcf re iu i iiniasury 10 10tiMBHiry
tiMBHiry stock stoekln in artli artii ngnt in io < irii iriiclea
dOe of incorportttion and aro amntiing nuiug IDa tnJSSM
SSM 0 so 0 that t h t as amended a sa snicf uir articls articlseight arUelee
eight e ht shall react as a follows followsKiehUt fIiowtliTh
KiehUt tliTh Tht amount of tock subscribed subscribedby
by each of the incorporation is as tot totlowy
1 Arthur H S Bird M lii MsrsC shares shares1C
C 1C Mciornkk Wahares WaharesM wo shares sharesC
C M Post PostH M share shareL
H A L McCornick McCornitkB layaharea layahareaIB
IB B T 1 KIng MTshares MTsharesV im shares
V H S Bird trustee499599 trustee et shares sharesBy sharesBy
By striking out ut article foarteea foarteeaing foorteealqmerting
lqmerting ing in its place me following followingith
ith hThe The corporation hereby herebyhas herebyhas
has received and Ojoea bereby ac acasjd soreceive
asjd receive in full payment for th thveyances the theriptiona
riptiona to its mute capital capitalycyanees
veyances to the corpora corporation t tea ay ayS byS
S Bird and B T King of aa aatwothirds antwothirds
twothirds interest and by Ar ArIt
It S Bird of the remaining un unonethird
d onethird Interest in and to too toodescribed thedescribed
described lode miniag claims claimsj
in j the county of Jefferson and aadMontana andstate
state or Montana towit towitKoahler towitMoshler
Koahler Kendall Krauee Boles Tar
50 befl Potter Bauder BauSer Loren Stoekwell
Craaaugh Sanford Vore and j4 Sheets th thsame the theasses
same being duly recorded la the office of
tha county recorder of Jefferson county
and stat s of Montana the th fair cash value valueaf valuetabeve
af tha tabeve above claims behsnot being not Jeasthaa Jeasthaay TtMa TtMasterelary
sterelary y of the JeffersonMontana Cop
par Mines Compaay a Corporation CorporationAn
An Ordinance
Wo 141 Oraade
Western Railway company companyaad
ft succesases waand and amigas Hras a franchise
and right of wa way A ASK to cogstru and opec
nb two spur railroad tracks ng and par
SK hilly erosa > Fifth HS W West t street between betweeaLake
T Lake c tSi South streets reis in Salt SaltB j jliftiaS
B it Ordained JS by t city council of ofSttetlon
It Lake City Utah Utahmotion
motion 1 A franchise and right of way
tohereby is hereby given and granted to the Rio
Qrande Western Railway company its
sueoeasors and assigns to lay con ¬
struct and operate a switch or spur
standard gauge railroad track loading
from a convenient point on its railway
Hne on Fifth West street between Third
gsd Fourth South streets m Salt Lake
city ity Utah about eight rods north of the thenorth thenorth
north side of Fourth South street and aadrunning andiinnung
running thence northerly and easterly
across Fifth West street to and on lot 5
Mock 45 plat A Salt Lake City survey
striking said lot at a point about tea tearods tenrOds
rods south of the northwest corner there thereof thereof ¬
of also an additional switch or spur spurstandard j jralfroad
standard gauge ralfroad track 1 leading
from a convenient convenie point oa the af afspur aforesaid aforesaidaptiP <
spur about twenty rods north of the thenorth I Inorth
north side of Fourth South street and andrunning andrunning
running thence northerly and easterly
across Fifth West street oa a curve ta taand toand
and on lots and S of the aforesaid
block striking said tot 5 at a spoint paint about aboutseven aboutsevOn
seven rods north of the southwest corner cornerthereof cornerthereof
thereof thereofSee thereofSee
See 2 During the term of this f fran franchime ran ranchlse
chime the grantee shall be subject to the thefollowing thefolIowin
following folIowin conditions vi via viz viza
a That said switches or spur tracks tracksshall tracksshall
shall be laid upon and conform to the thaestablished theestablished
established grade of said street and if ifsaid Ifsaid
said grade is afterward changed by order orderof ordefOf
of the city council the grantee shall at atits atIt
its It own expense change the elevation of oftlte ofthe
the tracks so as to conform to the same sameW sameIb
W Whenever said Fourth West street streetbetweea streetbetween
between Fifth and Sixth South streets streetsshall streetsshall
shall be paved then said grantee Its Itssuccessors itisuccemors
successors and assigns shall pave be betwaon between
twaon the rails rail and for a space of two
feet outside of each rail with the same aamematerial samematerial
material as that used In the street pave pavement pavemint ¬
mint mentc
c Said grantee shall put la and main maintain mainlain ¬
lain such crossings over said switches or orl orspur
spur tracks as shall l from time to time timeuiredr timebe
be restuired uiredr by thecity council councilsaid councild
d The said switches or spur tracks tracksshall trackshal1
shall be laid and the road operated so soas soas
as to cause no unnecessary impediment impedimentU
to U the common and ordinary ordIunr use of said saidstreet saidstet
street upon which it is laid laide
e Good and sufficient boxes to con convey conrOy ¬
rOy water shall be laid and maintained maintainedIn
In good condition at the expense of said saidgrantee saidgrantee
grantee In all the water ditches crossed crossedby creasedb
by b the said switches or spur track so soM soa
M a to admit of free passage paua of water waterSec waterSee
Sec a Nothing in this grant shall be beso beso
so construed as to prevent p event Salt Lake City Cityor Cityop
or its authorised apthoriaed agents from paving pavisgsewering pavingewerIng
sewering ewerIng laying gas or water mains or orpipes orpi
pipes pi altering repairing er In any man manner maAincr ¬
ncr improving said Fifth West street streetbut streetbut
but all such improvements shall be made madewith madewith
with as little injury as practicable to tosaid tosaid
said spur tracks and the operation operationthereof operationthereof
thereof thereofSec thereofSec
Sec 4 This franchise ic granted for forthe forthe
the period p tod of fifty ftft years from and after afterthe afterthe
the approval of this ordinance and is isgiven isglyOn
given m 1 lieu of a right of way heretofore heretoforegiven heretoforegiven
given to the grantee by the adoption by bytbe bythe
the city council on Nov 10 1902 of a acommittee acommittee
committee report recommending that per permission perinindon ¬
mission be given to the grantee to con construct construct ¬
struct a spur track from Its Its railway line lineon lineon
on Fifth West street between Thirdand ThirdandFourth Third and andFoprth
Fourth South streets along and across acrossh acrosaFifth
Fifth h West street to and upon said lot 5 5Sac 5Sac
Sac 5 This grant and all theUerms theUermsand the teims teimsand
and conditions thereof shall be accepted acceptedin
in writing by the grantee herein within withinthirty withinthirty
thirty days from the approval of this thisncv thisorainance
orainance ncv otherwise th the same shall be beI beveil
veil I and of no effect effectPassed effectPoseed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah April Utb UM and referred referredto
to the mayor for forjhtog jhtog jhtogapnrov hl apnrov apnrovCity approval approvalI
City Recorder RecorderApproved RecorderApproved
Approved tats fist day oTApril of April ttM ttMRICHARD liiiRICHARD
Mayor MayorState MayorState
State of Utah Ctty citnd and Countyfof Salt SaltLake SaltdtehIow
Lake as asT
T J 8 Crtteatow city recorder of Salt SaltLake SaltLke
Lake City Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing to a full true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an u ordinance entitled entitledAn I IAnr
Anr An ordinance granting to the Rio RioGrande RioCrande
Grande Western Railway company it itgiiccoseors its itssueeesaons
giiccoseors and assigns a franchIse and andright andright
right of way to construct and operate two twospur twospur
spur railroad track tvae on and partially partiallyacross partigilyst1o68
across Fifth West street between Third Thirdand Thirdand
and Fourth South streets sre ts in Salt Lake Lakecity I Iof
city Utah passed by the city council councilof
of Sal 1b Lake City Utah April llth 1904 1904and 1904and
and approved by the mayor April flat 21stIWi
IWi as appears of record in my m office officeXn officeIn
Xn wltaess witne whereof I have here hereSeal hereSeal
Seal unto set my hand and affixed the thecorporate thecorporate
corporate sear seat of said city this this22d
22d day of April AprilJ p04 p04I
City Recorder RecorderBUI Recorderau
tloa to hereby called to meet at the Bait BaitLake SaltLike
Lake theatre Salt Lake City Utah on onThursday onThursday
Thursday June 9 MM at 104 oclock oclocka
a m for the purpose of electing six sixdelegates sixuclegates
delegates and six alternates to th the na national natlonal ¬
tional Democratic convention and for the tbetransaction thetransaction
transaction of such other business as may maycome maycome
come before the convention conventionThe conventionThe
The chairmen of the av several ral counties countiesare countiesare
are hereby requested to make the neces necessary necesflary ¬
sary arrangements for the election of ofg ofdelesates
delesates g to the state convention in their theirire theirre4eetlve
re4eetlve ire districts and to forward at atas atas
as early a date a am possible to the secre secretary secretary ¬
tary of the state coatmKtro a list of the thedelegates thedelegates
delegates elected ta the State convention conventioni conventionThe
i The apportionment to the several cons counties consties ¬
ties to as follows followsfiesver followsflelver
fiesver JfjSalt 1 PalLske Lake JH JHBox 155Box
Box Elder ISJgan I Sanluan SanluanCache Juan J JCache
Cache r rCarbon I i5 11 11Carbon
Carbon CarbonDavis kyk If IfDavis
Davis Ss 5I04t F1 M MBmery 1 1BmerY
Bmery 153oel 153oelGarneld I re reGarfieldLlnh
GarfieldLlnh Garneld jjt ib 7 7OraaA 7Grand
Grand OraaAIron DIOSI Ii Ii11
Iron IronJuab 11 11Juab i
Juab i iKaaa I hIptn is isMorgan
Morgan MorganFlute MorganPiute
Flute FluteRich 4 Total 524 524Morgan 524aii
Rich L LThe
The commnMea aii bilsg baa arranged for a rate rateon lyleon I
on all raih railroads oada of one fare for the round roundtrip roundtrip
trip Tickets oa sale Jane V L good return returnJune returnlug
lug June 11 TO4 TO4y 1104By
By y order of the Democratic state com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitteePRANK PRANK J CANNON Chairman ChairmanP
P J DALY Secretary SecretarySalt SirretarySalt
Salt Lake City Utah April 30 31j1S4 31j1S4n 31j1S4SAIT WM WMSALT
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And in accordance with law and < > ro roof rcOfthebOaTdofdjrOetOraa40ontb
of OfthebOaTdofdjrOetOraa40ontb OfthebOaTdofdjrOetOraa40ontbday the board of directors made on th i iday
day of March Hal so many shares thai thaieach
1 e each ch parcel of stock as may be necessar necessarwill necearnrwill
will be sold at the offiea of the comptm comptmNos cornpenNon
Non 471 to 481 South Tenth East sir siri strSalt
i Salt Lake City Utah on the llth da daMay daMsy >
May M 1154 at 12 oclock noon to pav pavdelinquent pa padelinquent
delinquent assessment together wit ii ki i icosts Icosts
costs of advertisiag a d enpeas of ofP a
Secretary Nom 471 to 411 South T r rEast cilaSt
East laSt Street Salt Lake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated this 23d 3i1 day of April ApriL A D D1 D1ous 1904 1904NOTIPB
ous ousNOTE
sn Thursday the 12th day of May Mayat t tat >
at oclock > in the forenoon of said < ia iaat laat
at tb the office of the CorbinMoatana t tper Iper
per Mines company room No 12 IICornlck i iCornlck
Cornlck building Salt Lake City Vi 1tat 1tatthere t tthere
there will be a special meeting Of ofstockholder ir irstockholders
stockholders of said corporation for forpurpose forpurpose
purpose of considering the question questionamending or oramending
amending the articles of Incorporation incorporationthe i ithe >
the following particulars particularsFirstBy parUcularsFirst
First FirstBy By striking out all reference i itreasury itreasury >
treasury stock In article eight in the art arteles arclog
clog of Incorporation and amending t tsame tI tIsame <
same so that as ameBJdsd said aitlUe aitlUeeight artl artleight
eight shall read as follows followsEight followsEightThe
Eight EightThe The amount of stock subsorH subsorHby subserby
by each of the incorporators is ab i
lows lowsArthur lowsArthur
Arthur H S Bird im share shareC
C K McCornick 100 shar sharC snarC
C H Port 100 shar stiarH s sH
H A McCoralek 100 char bharB charB
B T King ICO shar sharArthur i iArthur
Arthur H S Bird trustee399 trustee 3lXl 00 shar sharSecond sharSacondBy
Second SacondBy By striking oat article fouru fouruaad i iand
and inserting in Its place the following
Fourteenth PourtenthThe Toe corporation hereby here hereformed
formed has received and does hereby r rcetve rceive
cetve and accept to fail payment for tr trabove tiabove
above subscriptions to the entire capita capitastock capitstock
stock conveyances to the corporation r rArthur rArthur >
Arthur H S Bird and B T King of o a aundivided aundivided
undivided twothirds interest and o oArthnr flArthur
Arthur H 8 Bird of the remaining i idivided idivided
divided onethird interest m and to th thfollowing t i ifollowing
following lode moving claims situated situatedthe u uthe
the county of Jefferson rtate of Mon Montana liontane ¬
tana towit towitMonitor towitMonitor
Monitor Daisy RUby SsvgMrd Copper CopperQueen CoppeQueen
Queen now relocated in waole or in part partas ra raas
as American Mint American Mint B BRock El ElRock
Rock Basin Mammoth Wicies Coei Coeilite Co Colit
lite lit Elk Jockey Boy the location notic noticof noticof
of the same being duly recorded in the theoffice theoffice
office of the county recorder of the count countof countof
of Jefferson in the state or Montana t tfair tfair
fair cash value of said claims being nt ntless n t tItas
less than 19006000 OO05U0
C H POST POSTSecretary POSTSecretary
Secretary of the CorbinMontana Copper CopperMine CopperMine
Mine Company a Corporation CorporationBT CorporationXotlcs
BT Xotlcs XotlcsNOTICE tfea tfeaNOTICE
City Council of Salt Lake City of the in intention it ittentlon ¬
tention of such council to make the f fo folowing o otowing
towing described improvement towu towuBxtendittg towitExtending
Extending and laying sewer lateral on t tstreet tstreet
street from Second street to Third street streetin streetin
in sewer district No 1 and defray tu3 tu3cost t tcost
cost and expense thereof estimated L Lfour Lfour
four hundred sixtytwo and anti nolflO < S4 2 < V Vdollars
dollars or 70MO f > 7 dollars per tr frt frtor < < i ior
or linear foot by a local assessment for a adepth t tdepth
depth oS o twentyfive < l < > feet upon i ilots tit titlots >
lots or pieces of ground within the l llowing flowing <
lowing described district being ii iidistrict tidistrict
district to be affected or benofittt benofitttby
by said improvement namely MM of t
2 and a block 33 all of lots 1 and 4 bio bioAll
34 pInt D Sait Lake City survey
All protests and objections to t the carr carr5ng eserlug
lug out of such Intention must be present presented ¬
ed in writing to the city recorder on onbefore onbefore
before the IM 3d day of May MM being th thtime h htlme
time set by said council when it will hcr hcrand lie lieand
and consider such protests and objections objectionsas obJectzoxas
as may be made thereto theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the city council of Salt Lakj LakjCity LakiCity
City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated April llth MM MMJ
cite Recorder RecorderSewer RecorderSewer
Sewer extension No Hi Hiotica USlotign
lotign lotignNOTICE otica oticaNOTICE =
City Council of Salt Lake City of the in intention a ateatlon ¬
tention of such council to make the fp fplowing f flowing
lowing described improvement towit towitExtending tuwtEztending
Extending and laying sewer lateral on toe tnowest toewest
west half of Market street to conn connwith con conwith
with sewer on West Temple street i isewer isewer >
sewer district No i and defray tht cr crand ccand
and expense thereof estimated at t ihundred i ihundred
hundred twenty and nolw 942BOO rti rtilars u ulaTe
lars or 70WO 1079 dollars per from fromlinear t tlinear =
linear foot by a local assessment for a adepth adepth
depth of twentyfive 25 2 feet upon ti tilots t tlots
lots or pieces of ground within the r f flowing < a alowing
lowing described district oeing oeingdtorict t tdisislet
dtorict to be affected or benefited by gam gamimproveesst saotImprovement
Improvement namely The east 2s 2 < 5 fot fotof f fof
of the west S 55 feat Of lot I the east eastfeet eastfeet
feet of tot 4 block 51 plat A Salt Lai LaiCity Laiu Laiucity
City survey surveyAll surveyAll
All protests and objections to the cam caming carr carring
ing out of such intention must be preserv preserved ¬
ed 4 m writing to the city recorder on n nbefore nbefore
before the 23d day of May Mat being the thutIme
tune set by said council when it will h > a aand aand
and consider such protests and objections objectionsas
as may be made thereto theretoBy thereinBy
By order of the city council of Salt Lak LakCity LakCity
City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated April 4th M4 M4J
clew Recorder RecorderSewer RecorderSewer
Sewer extension No IflL IflLNAILDRIVER Utodm
odm of AJU55t e 2 2NAILDRIVER
Principal place Iaee of busteess Salt Iak Iakmeeting LI 1 1City
City tahiNotIce Is hefeby given th that
at a meeting of the board of ofheld dite i iheld
held on the 3rd day of May 1804 r a asessment asesament
sessment of three I cents per share sharelevied vsr vsrlevied
levied on the capital stock of the t p pration r rration
ration payable immediately to V VWighitman I IWight
Wight Wighitman man secretary at the office h hcompany 1 1company
company room 3 Masonic block at atLake a aLake
Lake City Utah Any stock on whi whiassessment whiassessment <
assessment may remain unpaid l lclose Iclose
close of business on the fed day o n r
1904 shall be delinquent and ad i ifor i ifor
for sale at public auction and unl unlment unlfment
ment i 0 = mado before will be so sooclock eel eeloclovk
oclock a Iii on 01 Jnne 8Kb 1304 a ai athe
the i s3J < i T < L u der r with th thadvertising v vHotel
advertising aiu pfl5e Of salu saluw
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HifIKnutslod Hotel KnutstOti KnutstOtiQ
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