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Butte June 30A A lew ew ot the faithful faithfulSuites faithfuLwent
went to the bail park today and aw th thButtea
Suites trim t the Salt Lakes in the th thof first firstof
of a tcries of six sam ame r > Butte wen wenthrough R Rthrough
through superior fielding SaK It Lai Laimade L1S L1Smade
made more hits and also iuo excelled in bft bait baitEtfaIing S Sstealing
stealing Butte profited By D the errors errorsof erurSof
of the Salt a1t Lake players and also To iaan iaanged an anaeod
aeod ged to bunch hits off Meredith m such sucha
a way that they counted VasWnder VasWnderpitched VI1ndeCpitcied
pitched e gfld < Kid ball keeping the hits at f th thvisitors the thevisitors
visitors well v H scattered and flawing hte hteposition
position 4 SitiOZ to perfection Tne Bottes re rewarded reared ¬
warded the faithful wh went out to toth toth
th < pam not only by by wtnnLn winning but also alsoby alsoby
by playing a t perfect neWIng gawe gaweShaffer ga gaShafcr
Shaffer Vard and Runkle did splendid splendidvork eP efldld efldldyork
york covering all the ground that any anyteam an anteam
team cculd cover Two fine double plays playslivened plays1LYned
livened things up Flynn the new third thirdbaseman thirdbasman
baseman had very little to do Ills one onerhance oneihance
rhance was a little popup OU fly so that thatthere tlttthere
there was not much opportunity to jwds jwdsof ge geor
of his ability at th the Difficult third hag hagA bagA
A foul fly went in his direction bat was wasnot wasriot
not accepted owing tp t a misunderstand misunderstanding ¬
ing ng with Spencer as to wno should try tryfor y yforit
for forit foritTa1Iy it v vTally
Tally and McHale did nice work In the theoutfield thelitfield
outfield while BangeUn lid no chance chanceButte chneeButts
Butte gained its first run n njbe the first In Inring In3int
ring on Bandeltns safe hit which Han Hannivan RanTivau
nivan permitted to go through him let letting letting ¬
ting the runner reach third He soared soaredc
c or > n Tallys fly to Qimlin Another was wasmade wacThade
made in the third inning when VasMnder VasMnderhit Vanhinderlit
hit safely made second on Kunkles sac sacrifice sacrice ¬
rice third on Bandelins fly to Gin UlmWt UlmWtlrnd tin tinarid
arid home on a passed balL A third run runwaK runa
waK a made in the fourth when Shatter Shafferble
c got i has4 On balls third on Cark twa twabie
ble of Spencers grounder and rae ra 1 1on hoMe hoMeU
on U a wild pitch In tho th Tiftn lftn inning Butte Bvttebunched Butteburched
bunched hits in splendid style xaakttg xaakttgthree maklgthree
three runs After one on was out Kanftle Kanftlefcit Run Runt
fcit t safely to center and Bantmhi XM XMloTved 11lowed
lowed with a hit to right Then Lally eettt eettta
a safe one through shoct ana Ward batted battedl
10 l left field scoring two men Laity Laitymoored 1117cored
moored on McHales out from Delmas to tolUark tolaric
lUark lUarkSalt laric laricSalt
Salt Lake got ot one run in the sixth In Inning Inin ¬
ning in on Hannivans base OH balls a steal stealand stealand
and outs bv Weed and Glmlln In the theeighth theeighth
eighth three more runs were made on onHannivans OsHannlvans
Hannivans single Gimiins Dane ase on balls ballsa
a single to left by Clark another stngte stngteby angIeliy
by Hausen a wild pitch and DeinMts DeinMtsout Delmeaout
out The teams wffl play again farmer farmerrom tomorrom
rom Elsey will arrive tomonOw and andRill andwill
Rill play in the game gameThe gameThe
The score
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AB R H PO P0Bunkie A BL BLRunkle
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1i Ward2b Vard 2b 4 0 1 W i iShaffer G I IShatter
Shatter Ib X 1 0 16 l i iMcHale I IMeHale
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Spencer txencer c t tlynn 0 1 1 I C CYlynn
Ylynn lynn 3b 4 4Vasbindcr 1 41 1 1 I IVabindcr
Vasbindcr p t tTotals 1 1 1 5 0 0TotalS
Totals M 7 T3 37 16 I ISalt I ISaltLske
Salt SaltLske SaltLske1B Ike Ike3JLB
3JLB 1B RJH L LMu11erLf4 aaTB aaTBMulier
Mulier Mu11erLf4 1 f 4 0 0JUnnrvan 2 C Cliitnntvan
JUnnrvan c f 4 4Weed 2 J I 1 1Veedlb
Weed Veedlb 3bv ft ftGimlin 0 1 1 1 44 44I
Gimlin r f 2 l lOark 0 i I C CI
Oark Ib 3 1 1Uaus 2 1 I 2 2llaustnc
Uaus llaustnc n c 3 0 0I 1 1 1 1 1Ielmas
I elnias > 2b b 4 4Bruyette I 0 0 2 4 1 1Bruyette
Bruyette s s 3 0 u uMeredith 0 2 1 1 13erei1thp
Meredith 3erei1thp p 4 0 1 I 2 I ITotI
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Butt ButteSumatary 1 t 1 1 S I ISummary
Summary Earned tuna Butte X 3 SIt SItT SaltLake
T Lake ke 1 sacrifice hits Rankle dark darkstolen lark larkBtniCfl
stolen bases Muller Hanntvaa Otmlin OtmlinHausen Oheihi11auen
Hausen twobase hit Muller aaaas on onparsed Ottballs
balls ok vssindv 5 off MeredIth MeredIthja5ed
parsed ball Hansen douoie play Van Vaabinder Vanbinder
binder to Shaffer Runkle to Shatter Shafferwild Shatterfld
wild fld pitches Meredith l Vasfeinder 1 1first 1first
first base on errors Butte 2 threebase threebaseby tIWOebOOt
t Ci rk struck out b attder 2 2b
by b Meredith 1 left on bares Salt Lake LakeX LakeButte
X Butte i hit by pitcher Vasbtader 1 1Time L LTime
Time of game 1 p Attendance 4 4Tmpire IN INLmptre <
Tmpire Ward Weather cioudy cioudySPOKANE cioudySPOKANE
Sge e J JtWe MK ui aA A little i1tt1 baseball lock locktlmaly lucknd
nd tlmaly UmeI htttmg wee for Sookane to today today ¬
day The intern heat cut down the at attendance attendanee ¬
tendance Score ScoreSpokane SeoreSpokane
Spokane I M 2 2Boise 2Boise
Boise 5 t 1 1Batteries IBattedeeDammann
Batteries BattedeeDammann Dammann and Stanley StanleyThompson StanleyThonpoom
Thompson Weaver and Hanoi Umpire UmpireI UMIIrelavl
I lavl > avis avisSTANDING
Pacific national Natidia1 League LeaguePktlttd LeaguePla
Pktlttd Pla Won Lost F C CSpokane CSpokane
Spokane < M n nBole SSt SStBoise
Boise tt 4 31 J M 5W 5Wnutte 74 74utte
nutte utte utteSattLrke H HSalt
Salt SattLrke Lake A H 4K 4KWestern
Western W steru League LeaguePlayed LeaguePlayed
Played Wee Lost P C CWate C1ora4e
Wate 1ora4e Sprto SprhiV s U 32 z 1 1Pnve 11Yner
1Yner Pnve S7 7 K 4411 4411lruaha 1 1Omaha
Omaha 57 S 2 i iDes i iSt
St 1 1Tes x
Des M MoIttes MoIttessioux ta8 ta8Sioux
Sioux City 4 i7 i7Rational T 31b 31bNational
Rational League LeaguePJ LeaguePIay4
PJ PIay4 y d Won Lost C CX CNw
X Nw w York D 44 1 II IIhago 78 78hi
hi hago < agf > 451 451vincinriati e 37 21 21CindnraU
vincinriati 58 58rittsborjr 31 31Pttsbnr
rittsborjr Pttsbnr 58 58St t t I ISt
St Louis 3 3Krnokryn 44 I l lBrnktyn
Krnokryn Q QB 3X 3XBton
B Bton > ston O O1hlladclphia z4 3 3lhiiadtlphia
1hlladclphia 36 i iAmerican 13 II 44 44merIoan
American League LeaguePJayed LeaguePlayed
Played W Von on Lost P C CBoston CBoto
Boston 5 97 97Xw 21 MI MIYw
Xw York 66 M MChicago 44Chicago
Chicago XJ XJPhiladelphia s MI MIPhiladelhj
Philadelphia 37 s M MI 21 541 541tievelasid
tievelasid I vehu > cl Ji3 a3 a3St MI MISt
St Louis i4 4 4IXrort 25 411 411Ietrot
IXrort 57 57AVashiagton 23 14 414 414Vaahlngton
AVashiagton AVashiagtonUATIO1TAL 5I il 0 152 152NATIONALLEAGUB
New YorkJune ork June 30 JOtattlMws Mattfcewsott si re retimrned returnned
timrned to the game today and PItched so soel 30well
well el for New York that Boston wa was shut shutout sItedtut
out Attendance 2JMi Ot Score
ScoreItt ScoreIt It ItNewYork Itt K KXcw
Xcw NewYork York J S 1 1lioston Il3ostoIt
lioston liostonBatteries I 1 1Ratter1es
Batteries Matthewson and Bowerman Bowermanpjttln Bower3ttaPittinger
Pittinger pjttln er and Xeedham XeedhamTwobase eedhamTwobeet
Twobase hits GIlbert MattbewsoM MattbewsoMJi
Ji br r Matthewson Qter Bowernnui bes beshallS
K balls off Pitttncar PItttTts r 4 oft MttlH Xettkwweoa
2 struck out by PltBnger X by3iattbw by3iattbweon
eon X I Umpire Johnstone JohnstoneSt
St Louis June 3ft The St 5 I Lni4 > outs Na National ftu ftuttonal
ttonal league team a aqSIn ain escaped escapedout a absrt absrtout
out bjr a narrow margin at the h bJt544 i s of ofthe Ofthe
the Chicago Ckiea o team today the visitor win winning wInniug ¬
ning Uelmer elmer pitched effectively for forChicago furChicago
Chicago Tayior was hit at the right righttime zthttime
time and given ivea poor suppwrt in the ffrfd ffrfdAttendance 1dAtteedauce
Attendance 27WL Score
R RHE RHEtLott1s H B BSt
St tLott1s Louis 1 s 8 8Chicago 2chicago
Chicago 5 5 1 1ItrIeeTaylor
BalfertefrTaylor and Grady Weimar WeimarSaraea Welmerand
and K34 K34Earned
Earned rune Chicago 2 twobase hits hitsChanc hitstaHcs
Chanc taHcs Brain threebase hit Chance Chancebases Chaneebasee
bases on balls off Taylor J off Wetmer
2 strack out ut by Taylor l 4y by Weuaer 5 5Umpire SLmpIr
Umpire LmpIrAt ODay ODayxniBO
At phi1sdepiiaPhladsph1allrooklyn phi1sdepiiaPhladsph1allrooklynysmo
xniBO eafled at the exui d et t the second in inning Innng ¬
ning on account of r
Portland June leBoth Both Thielman a aJones and andJones
Jones were hit freely in tn the game toda todabetween today todayhotween
between Portland and San Francisco an anThMman and andTidolman
ThMman wn who has a bed arm was com comwilled centIed
willed Ied to retire In the fifth inning after afteigiving afterglylng
giving three hits all of which scored scoredRoach scoredBeech
Roach who took his place prevented fur further furthor ¬
thor scoring scorin POr the third time thl thlweek this thisweek
week Nadeau Mae retired n t man nt th thplate the thejlsteby
plate jlsteby by a threw from left field Attend Attendance Attendames ¬
ames 181 Score
R H F FPortiand BPortland
Portland s 10 10San 4
San Francisco Franciscotter1eeTh1ehitsn 59 59tetteries
tetteries tter1eeTh1ehitsn Thietawn Roach and Steel Steelman Steelursa
man Jones and Leah Le5k7 a
Umpire Brown BrownSeattle BrownSttle
Seattle Jun Itrrors Brrors by BUst Hall HallSeattle HtI1at
at erltleej noints ktt the game toOa fbC fbCSttIe
Seattle Both teams started out pylBg payItttrifle
trifle poorly but soon settled down Seat SeatUe Shflttie
Ue struck a bad streak near the em emof end endof
of the game and Oakland won oat VHl VHlMaw WUlR
Maw lR pitched as a s geed d game as on onfMMd one onesuId
fMMd suId care to see for sin innings Gra Gratent Gm Gmbarn
tent struck a fs tst t alt daring the last tesflv lastve
flv ve Innings Score 3coreSeattle
n H M MSeattle
Seattle a s sOaWwtd 4 4Oakland
Oakland 5 13 isBatteisWIl1ims I IBaaertes
BatteisWIl1ims Baaertes wiittaBas 4nd and Wilson Ora Orahffai Grab
hffai b m and Lohman LohmanUmpire LabmaUisIr
Umpire UisIr UisIrTacoma OCocndl OCocndlTacoma
Tacoma J June ne 3i Tacoma had the game ganusafe gamesafe
safe vntil the eighth when a base o oballs on onbafla
balls two staglqp aisgl sad an wrror gave the tfaivisitors therialturs
visitors two runs In the ninth an error errora
a hitand a rank decwioa by Umpire Me MeDonald McDonald
Donald at first base let Los Angles A44Ihe taKi taKithe tattethe
the sjanae By callinca callIng runner rm safe safethe safethe
the umpire practically save the visitor visitorone visitorsone
one run Ke Koefe fe outpitched Newton hU hUwas btlt btltwas
was not well supported Scorer ScorerIt
It II IITaconta 11Tacoma
Tacoma t tLos jQ 4 4LosAngeleg
Los LosAngeleg Angeles S SB I
1 B BettOtlelKeefe tt rJ9S Keefe and Hogan Newton NewtonBanm ewtOxiBfinm
Banm and Basar BasarUmpires gar garCmplrea
Umpires McCarthy and McDonald McDonaldWESTERN MCD30SIdWESTERN
St Joeepfc June Mr 3LCeh1u Meiirs wOd fld thro throto throw throwto
to second te the sixth s1xtPtianIii fnatog allowed ilIowedtwo ilIowedtwoDenver tw twDenver
Denver Men to score keta being the game z rae fo foi for forSt
i St Joseph today by a attire re of f fi to toScore 3 3Score
li ltHE ltHEDenver H 3 3I
I Denver DenverSt < o oSt
St Joseph t z 12 12Batteries a s sBtterIHostetteraa4
Batteries BtterIHostetteraa4 Hostetter aod Lads Dfefa Dfefaand DIehtand
and McConnell McConneUOmaha McConnellOmaha
Omaha Jane 34The fe visltoni svcuret svcuretseven m ured uredsevtn
seven runs on Companiea s wfldnasS am ama and anda
a brace of hits la th the fourth mninr to today today
day bat th locals batted Sopec aw awMcJfeetey and andMcelter
McJfeetey whenever bite were needed neededPoor neededPoor
Poor fielding characterized th the plftyinj plftyinjof 1ylngof
of both teams Score
R H E EOmaha BOmaha
Omaha 14 9 9Colorado 4 4Colorado
Colorado Springs 6 6Batteries 3 3tterteaConpanlon
Batteries tterteaConpanlon Companion AfeCartJiy ant antBonding and andGoidhtg
Bonding Se Seepee pec McN McNeeIey l y and ITermanMSioux ITermanM RerxnanaSktb
Sioux City Jane m Sioux city won to todays todays
days game on Its merits In a goHi goHisnappy gotdsnpw
snappy game Pitchers ror both teayii teayiilent te3Sworked
worked I41d and the Wen1 was exctl exctliat
lent Score ScoreDes
It1L It1LSIooxcI
SIooxcI s s 1 1DeiMolata
Des DeiMolata Motees J S SBatteries 1 1BatterleaCadawalier
Batteries BatterleaCadawalier Cadawaller and Kelly Lie LieOdd Li LiZIsaad
Odd ZIsaad and a Clark ClarkMBRIcA x r rAMESICAir
At 74lsneapolts M5OtteepOfISM1nSSP41Ie 2rhute p Kansas Kansascttr KansasCtty2
cttr Ctty2 Ctty2At i iAt
At 5ss 9slamkusFlrstgsme > mbus Ftrst game Columbus ColumbusLouisville CohlmbueI
I Louisville 4 Second sauie Celaniain CelaniainAt
2 LealsvUle1 4 4At
At IUdItnpOIIFItSt Indlrnapolto First game Indtaa IndtaaU ludlOp ludlOrathe
U Toledo 1 S o iid same la lapo hiAt
po p s S Toledo 1 1At
At St PaulSL Paul ft 2 Milwaukee 9 9AMERICAN iiARRICAN
At Drtroit Detrp1tDetroItCIevelq Detrp1tDetroItCIevelqpO44te DtroltC evl ad gam gamAt
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At WasM WaItoWmWntonNow gtoH WashingtonNew Tori Toripestpoaod rorkw
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t tBostoo
Bostoo Ju Je e 31 By Korlas Cbree rax raxt runs runsI
I t tko ts last two innings tfeen Waddeeakened Wadde Waddeitihittkened
eakened Boston won a se seemingly ataisly los losgame lost lostge
game from Philadelphia today Attend Attendane Attendan
ane an 297 Score ScoreDoMea
n H B BBo0t
Bo0t DoMea K 4 8 8Philadelphia 0 0P1tIlde1phla
Philadelphia t t Q QBatterle 1 1ttet1e4YoVng
Batterle ttet1e4YoVng Young imC GMBar orker Waddsl Waddsland SaddlIand
and Powers PowersGREAT PowersGREATCLASWOF
The tire brigade will attempt to show showBHly showBIlly
BIlly Lunchs bluecoats tomorrow that thatthey thatthey
they know nothing at all about the na nattoaal naosai
ttoaal osai same of baseball The teams will willna willMeet
na Meet t at Walkers field hilt the official officialttaeup otfictalliaeui
ttaeup win not be disclosed until th thteaow the theteamos <
teaow appear on Ui the field Both teams teanware teamsare
are practicing hard for the celebrated oc occasion oceeslqa ¬
casion and d Intend to give the baseball lisseballfssa baseballfans
fans their anoneys s worth worthChris worthMayor
Mayor Richard 1 MorrIs and Jsdge JsdgeChrig
Chris Dteht will umpire the game in or order ordei
der w t > prevent a nttxnp on Ae fled doth dothteams 8otkteams
teams have spotters oat watching their theiropponents theiruppOsents
opponents work out and to report the re resait mesuit
suit ef their practices practicesETorth practicesNorth
North Side Nationals Win WinThe WinThe
The North Side Nationals defeated the theVincentNotts theViucentNotta
VincentNotts In a hotly contested game gameof gameof
of baseball on tbq tb Capitol hill diamond diamondvesterday diamondyesterday
yesterday afternoon by a score of f S to S SThe SThe
The battery for the former sloe ww wwGreat wasGiant
Great and Settle white Winter nd tMrbaytne ndTfeayme
Tfeayme did the honors for the defeated defeatedSALT defeatedSALT
Jfelsfta Mont June ML Champion ChampionGteergr cieamnpiunOeorwe
Gteergr Mclaughlin of Salt Lake won wonthe wonthe
the WrestlIng match here tonight by de dercatiaa dofqthig
rcatiaa Bohert Sonntar rem r a purse or orlite orIs
lite Is Sonntag won the nrst fall in hi eleven elevenMtnuUs elevenndimt
ndimt MtnuUs and three seeonda McIattghlln McIattghllnm McT nvjhUn nvjhUnmm
mm m the second In six muivtes apd five fiveseconds fiveseconds
seconds and the third la three minutes minutesand mluut30and
and eleven seconds secondsBig aecondsBig
Big Steke SthkePo To Book 1Le Sand Sand3ew Satid30w
3ew Martlet Eng Jtme Rock Sand Sandrldd Sandrden
rden rldd > n by Maher w won m the Princess of ofWales ofWales
Wales stakes of 1M tt sovereigns at the theJfew thegew
Jfew Market first July Meeting today todaySalt
Salt Petre was second sad Wimam Rufus RnfasFOURTH Rufustd
Batf ii orates to affl fl points On SALT SALTLA1CB SALTr4Acc
Ticket on sale Ie July 2 3 and 4 linrtt linrttCor Undtfor
for return J Jaly JalyThe ly S SThe
The Only Way WayFor WayFor
For a man manS to enjoy himself at tennis tennisor
or self Is to protect his bead with n nPanama aiiama
Panama iiama hat We sell them them from fronttars 6 6t
ice Main street straetHALF streetHALF
Via X D > B a July rtiiy 2 3 and 4 4The 4The
The Denver Ib Rio Grande offers a arate arate
rate of one fare for the round trip be between betweest ¬
tween any two station on the th line in inUtah InUtah
Utah on above dates final limit July a aSee L LSee
See agei gej > t for particulars particalarsWEHE particularsWERE
JOmira K Y June St SSW W H IL Owen Owenmanager Owenmusger
manager of the Western Union tele teleXraph lob lobTftph
Xraph olHce in this city and his wife wifewere wifewere
were found dead in their home today todayAccording todayAccording
According to the potion who reportedthe reported reportedthe
the taet fact thecouple thecovJe had been decul two twodays tWOdays
Via Oregon Short Lire LireOhicagaiHl LiueSt
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ckicago aiid return returnOicoe1b4
OhicagaiHl return via St Louis 5000 5000St 0OOSt
St Louis and return via Chicago 50CO 50COTrap 5000rmapslt
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tion flnaj limIt slsty days Ttakh Eloke h hgal nsale
sale gal Taeadays W I SfiBWs eheheeTic eheheeTicTickets each eelc eelcTickets
Tickets good for stonbrfer tonOr
Bad Weather Prevents the theMain theMain
Main Contest ContestEIGHT
New Ne London JHHO un 31 The thousands thousandswho thousandswho
who joarHeyed to the Thames today for forthe forthe
the annual annua YaleHarvard boat races saw sawone sawone
one of the best freshmen races that has hasever hasOVer
ever been rowed on any course and then thenier
ier for eight hours the tlt crowd sat in the rain raintoth rainand
and wattd In vaIn for the varsity four
OOr race and the big varsity eight eightoared
oared race Finally early In the evening
both the varsity and the fouroared races racesWere ra rawere
were pot p t over until tomorrow
The eightoared race will be rowed UP j jfoMrs
Strenn at 1O3l a nt after which the
bern will be sent away
Yale won the freshman race by half i isecond a asecond
second on a quarter ot a a boats length lengthFor
For two nines of this race the two sheila sheilaaigzagged shellsaIgzagged
aigzagged and neither crew ever had a aad
lead ad or o nre re than a length It was one onaof oneof
of the most remarkable boat races in the
history of intercollegiate racing racinglitada racingfada
litada Splendid Start StartAfter StartAfter
After the freshmen eights reached the thestarting thestarqng
starting flag and that was te long g after afterthe afterthe
the time set Harvard dragged dmst ged her stake
boat and for a quarter of an hour Re Refoe
foe Meikteham laferad with the shells shellstcr shellsto
tcr get et them lined ap The delay was very verytrying
trying for l the e crews Finally at the thesound theSound
sound of the pistol both eights dashed dashedaway dashedaway
away in splendid style Talc showed in inbetter Inbetter
better form at the start than Harvard Harvardand Harvardand
and for the first eighth of a mite had a atrifle atrifle
trifle the better of It Then Harvard set settled settied ¬
tied down and reached the halfmile tlag tlaga
a third 6f f a length in the lead Harvard Harvardfinished Harvardfinished
finished the mie in SHIS Tale 5H > Over Overthe Overthe
the nest mile the struggle was superb superbBach superbEach
Bach crew raised tIle stroke one point pointBoats pointBoats
Boats Side by Side SideAt SideAt
At the mile and a half flag the two twoboats twoheats
boats were exactly even Just as the thelast thelast
last Iialfnslte flag was pawed Yale a aran e egsa
ran gsa the cpurt that won the race She Shelumped She3uinped
lumped her stroke upto thirtysix and andbegan andhOgan
began to pull ahead inch by inch Har Harvard Haryard ¬
yard did not make her effort until an aneighth aneighth
eighth of a mite front the finish Then Thenher Thanher
her stroke wsnt to thirtyeiitht but it itwas itwas
was too late Late we wcs lending by the thelength thelength
length of her canvas bow as the flags flagsdipped flagsdippOd
dipped at thefinish he inLsh Tee two flags went wentdewa wentdewa
dewa almost simultaneously and it wa waseveral waseveral
several minutes before the crews knew knewwho knewwho
who had won Finally the referee shout shouted shouted ¬
ed out the name of the winner and the theYale theYale
Yale youngsters sat up In their shell ana anagave and andgave
gave a Yale cheer with Harvard on onthe Onthe
the end cf it Yale had won by just naif naifa
a second The time was Yale 1029 Ham Harvard Hamvrd ¬
vard 1d 1dThe H HThe
The crews had a fair wind but prac practically praCtically ¬
tically no tide and considering this fact factth fSCtthe
th the time was fast fastBLACK fastBLACK
Councilman CouncilmanOpposes Opposes Action ActionPolice on onPoHce
Police Appointments in Be Behalf Behalf ¬
half of Honest Weights WeightsThe
The committee on n police and prisonis prisonisreported prisondreported
reported favorably to the council last lastevening lastevening
evening on the appointments of Chief ChiefLynch ChiefLynch
Lynch for special police officers The TheGrocers TheGrocers
Grocers association had submitted td tdMajior tOMayni
Majior Morris and Chief Lynch the thenames thenames
names of nine groeers located In vart vartaus vartgus
gus parts of the city who were willing willingI willingwithout
I without pay to act as police In gath gathering gathering ¬
ering evidence against dishonest ped peddlers peddlers
dlers and merchants It was the per purpose perpose ¬
pose of these men to act In sympathy sympathywith sympathywith
with the citysealer and aid him in his hiswork hisvork
work of establishing throughout the thefcity theiity
fcity an honest standard of measures measuresnot measuresnot
not only as a protection to themselves themselveshut
hut to the consumers consumersMayor consumersMayor
Mayor Morris approved of the selec selection selection ¬
tion and together with Chief Lynch Lynchmade Lynchmade
made th the appointments appointmentsCouncilman appointneantsCouncilman
Councilman T R Black who has op opposed opDosed ¬
posed the appointment front the be beginning beginning ¬
ginning moved that the consideration considerationof
of the appointments be postponed postponedThe
The motion was carried owing to the thepress thepress
press of business which was before the thecouncil thecouncil
council just prior to their departure departurefor
for a vacation vacationGIVBg vacationGIVE
Judge Hfehl to Announce Judgment JudgmentI
I In the Case Against Eli L Price Pricei PriceAfter
i After listening to several hours of ar argument argument ¬
gument from Prosecuting Attorney D DO
O Willey jc k and James Ingebretsen Ingebretsenin
in the case of otthe the city against Eli Li LiPrice LPrice
Price Judge Diehl announced that he hewould hewotjld
would render his decision this after afternoon afternodn ¬
noon Mr Price now awaits the thecourts thecourtsjudgment
courts courtsjudgment judgment In two cases He Is Ischarged Ischarged
charged with having in his possession possessionmeasures possessionmeasures
measures notbearing the official stamp stampof
of City Seater Richards arid with hay having haytog ¬
tog in his possession measures not conforming con conforming ¬
forming with the dty standards standardsLOCAL standardsLOCAL
Funeral services over the remains ef efMrs ofMrs
Mrs Margaret O Brown whose death cc cccurved o oenrrod
curved Wednesday of heart failure will willbe willbe
be held at the Twentysecond ward meet meetIns meetbig
Ins house at t p m tomorrow Mrs MrsBrown MrsBrown
Brown was born seventy years ago 1H 1HBirmingham 1 1Brmahighmn
Birmingham England She emigrated W WUtah tottnh
Utah In the early 89s Two sons four fourdaughters fosrdaubeters
daughters eightseti sranochildren aad aadme
me great ret grandchild survive her herDRAUGHT herDRAUGHT
DRAUGHT BREAKS PANEA sudden suddengust suddengust
gust of wind caused the front door of the theHto theme
Hto Grand ticket office to dose wltn wltnftoch wttiisuch
such violence yesterday afternoon that thatthe thatthepate
thepate the pate glass pane oecupysng tin great greater ¬
er part or the door frame was shrvxred to tosplinters tosplinters
splinters This is the third time that a afreak afreak
freak of the wind has resulted in an out outlay outlay ¬
lay for or more glass glassRECITAL tam tamRIICITAL
RECITAL TONIGHT TONTGETA A special raaeic raaeicrecital macIcrecital
recital will be givenat gives jat the tabernacle at ats t
s 816 oclock this evening H W Dovsall Dovsallwo Dosgallwho
wo reCMtrjr rstarned from Bferopa repe will willplay wiltplay
play Mr DeagsJl has h beeu eu studying un under undat ¬
der well kfljowa masters tn Bfrtin and andParis andParis
Paris Bevwfn be assisted at t t5e radIal reettlby radIalby
by Professor J J TeClellaii MhCldiaaPZESONALS TeClellaiiPHSSOSTALS
Couoty Attotney Thomas W ODon ODonnell ODonnell
nell of Walsh county to in the city from fromProvw fromProve
Prove where he has he been wS s1tlng istns in the theeeaition theprosecution
prosecution eeaition of the Yarned murder case caseODonneJI caseMr
Mr ODonneJI who to connected with the theAmerican theAmericaS
American Asphalt company says the thecompany thIcompany
company is shIpping Ktteowte a ss fast as asIt asIt
It can set taos t to aul the pr prodnet d4ict and andfinds andfinds
finds it difne JMfleaIt tt 41 keep u lip with tLe t d dmand do domend <
mend under present condition conditionNobto conditionsNoble
Noble Warrant returned to the dty dtyyesterday dtystevday
yesterday after an absence of a couple coup of ofaonths ofmaoISts
maoISts spent M Mexico and at the at atLeafs SlLouts
Leafs fair Mrs warrwras health is 4 not notrood notgood
rood and sh be may not return to IHah fur lorseveral furseveral
several months monthsFOURTH monthaFOURTH
Half rates to o sH points on SALT SALTLAfcE SALTLAt
Tickets on sale July 2 3 and 4 limit limitfor limItfor
for return turnJu1 iuly i iCool S SCoolPajamas
Cool CoolPajamas CoolPajamasBe Pajamas PajamasBeat
Be Beat an electric fan We have them themBlUc themt
t FreDql lawn aephyr Madras and andsiik
BlUc Coo 1 and r freshlngr fabrics fabricsBROWN fiimniesBROWNSTERR
JMMainstreet JMMainstreetEXCURSION jcs Malnstreet MalnstreetEXCURSIONNORTTH
Saturday July JulyVia uly ulyVTa
Via Oregon OregonShort Short Line Ka Haf f raios rMitgo rMitgoDrlnciDal to toprincloal
princloal Utah and Idaho points
Jamesy Wlggs landed on his feet in inNew IXINew
New Orleans He pitched his first game gamethere gamethere
there on June 26 against Little Hock He Heshut Heshut
shut out the opposing team with iwo sin singles singlee ¬
glee allowing but two bases on balls ballsLittle ballSLitfic
Little Rock did not set a hit for six in inings 1 1ing
ing ings One man Gilbert > was the only onlyIns onlyplayer
player that hit Wigge bits the flits be belog
Ins secured by the same man Jamesy Jamesygot Jamesygot
got errorless fielding eupyort and New NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans hit well behind him scoring seven sevenruns eten etenruns
runs There were 4WD person present presentj
j at the thegame game and It would therefore bo boimpossible beimpossible
impossible to depict the feelings that thatcame thatcame
came to Jamesy after that same es especially enpeelelly ¬
pecially as New Orleans vent back into intofirst intofirst
first place as a result of the victory victoryEveryone victoryEveryone
Everyone here is pted to know Jameey Jameeygot Jamesygot
got away awa so well and hops he will keep keepIt
It up although some of m Are re wondering wwnderingwhy wonderingwhy
why Jamesy didnt do things like tills for foras forus
as It may be a case of climate Jnmesy Jnmesyalways JaifleSYa1way
always did his best work in this league leagueafter leagueafter
after after the hot weather set In and the theweather theweather
weather may have had something to do doi dowith
i with his work at New Orleans OrleansDALYWEST
i Jack Sullivan Miner Staffers a Com Comi Compound
i pound Practure PractureParkCKy PzacturePark
ParkCKy Park CUy June Yesterday evening eveningJack eveu1nJikck
Jack Sullivan a miner in the employ of ofthe ofthe
the DalyWest Mining company was in injured InJured ¬
jured while whJl at work at the property propertyThrough propertyThrough
Through failing the unfortunate man sus sustained SUStamed
tamed a compound fracture of the left leftleg leftleg
leg Dr B P Le Compte was called and andI andreduced
I reduced the fracture The injured man manwill manswill
will be taken to Salt Lake today
This morning Spktn Spiro brought broughtparty a aparty
party of capitalists up from Salt Jake Jakeand Lakeand
and took them up to the King Consoli Consolidated Connolidated ¬
dated property The party were from fromCincinnati frontCincinnati
Cincinnati and are stockholders in the themine themine
mine mineLast mineLast
Last evening the mnbers of the local localvolunteer localvolunteer
volunteer lire department held a smok smoker ¬
er in the assembly room of the city hall hallA ballA
A regular oldfashianed Dutch lunch was waathe wasthe
the chief entertainment of the evening eveningA
A large number of the members were werepresent werepresent
present and a good time was had hadThe hadThe
The local ball team are going to Evans Evanston Evanston
ton on Sunday where on that day and andi andthe
i the Fourth they play two games of the theUtahWyoming theUtahWyoming
UtahWyoming league series The man manj mannagement
j agement of the Park team have greatly greatlyi greatlystrengthened
i strengthened their team by the addition additionof
of two new men for th the Infield Second SecondBaseman SecondBaseman
Baseman Rose left for Montana yesterday yesterdayandanotherman
I and andanotherman another man has be been n secured to tAco takoi tAcohis
i his place Bates who plays shortstop shortstophas shortstophas
has been appointed captain and under underMs underhis
Ms management a Wg improvement is isexpected ISexpected
expected In the team teamthe teamlnder
lnder dIrections from the city marshal marshalthe
the back yards are being cleaned and al alcombustible all allcombustible
combustible materials are being hauled haateaway hauledaway <
away In a town built as Park City i ithe IS ISthe
the Fourth of July uIy is a dangerous day daywhen daywhen
when any loose material is allowed to togather togather
gather around back yards as a flrecracfe flrecracfeer
er set off might easily be the cause of ofburning Cfburning
burning the town down downByron downByron
Byron Hartwell came up from Salt La Lece Lecethis < ce cethis
this morning morningMrs morningMrs
Mrs John McLcod returned today from froma
a short visit with friend in Ogden OgdenJ
J M Quick was among this moraiagrs moraiagrsarrivnls morsingsarrivals
arrivals arrivnlsMr arrivalsMr
Mr and Mrs W E Thomas rturaed rturaedtoday retumatdtoday
today from Salt Lake LakeJack LakeJark
Jack Burley came up from the casKW casKWtoday Ca ted tedtoday
today todayxoosiNGr todayLOOKING
Building of Moffat Road Will Give GiveImpetus GiveImpetus
Impetus to t Vernal VernalVernal VernalVernal
Vernal June 27 27The The news from SaU SaULake Sdl SdlLake
Lake that the incorporation paper of the theDenver tillDenver
Denver Northwestern Pacific rammy rammyhave raBwihave
have been filed there has caused a gei geieral gtoral
oral feeling of rejoicing in this s section I Ithe f fthe
the state The apparent lull in the h opera operations operalions ¬
lions of the company recently has Sivethe given giventhe
the knockers an opportunity to set in inthoir intheir
their say and they nave not mimed their theirchance theirchance
chance but the filing of these papershas papers papershas
has driven them to cover und those who whohave whohave
have all along maintained that the th roea roeanlng reed reedwould
would be ljnflt are now having an In Infling
fling As yet no news n ws has been received receivedhere receivedhere
here regarding which loute wttt be bechosen bechosen
chosen through this county bat there thereare therere
are re strong grounds for the conclusion conclusionthat conclusionthat
that the line will come down Bear River Rivercanyon RiveTcanyon
canyon from where It will either follow followdown followdown
down Green river to Jensen or ewe leave leayethe leavethe
the river at Island Park and crosa the thebad thebad
bad lands to Vernal With this fresh freshassurance freakasourance
assurance that the road will be mint and andhe andhe
> he fact that the Tlnoih nwserveUon v ervjtion aid wtribe aidbe
be thrown open next April makes H leek teoklike leeklike
like there was a boom ts ii > ctore for thB thBsection th thsection
section of Utah UtahThe UtahThe
The county commissioners wer in sea session seaaba ¬
aba today as a board of eoca faiion to tohear tobear
hear complaints regarding a asseasmeitta asseasmeittaThe sH it itThe
The greater part of the time was taken takenup takenup
up with the sheepmen t nny ny of whom whomhad wilomhad
had been Increased on the original as assessment assesament ¬
sessment In most cases tim rafets were wereallowed wereallowed
allowed to stand standReports standRts
Reports from the range on Diamond Diamondmountain Diamondmountain
mountain are to the effect that cattle cattlematters cattlerustlers
matters are beginning to get unusually unusuallyactive unusuallyactive
active and many cattle and horses are aremissing aremissing
missing There te tiOlr ot the ratUemeit ratUemeittaking estticmetaking
taking steps in their own MhaJf and a aconcerted aconcerted
concerted effort wilt 1 n oooet be mpde mpdeto de deto
to clear the range oC this undesirable undesirableelement tiodacim tiodacimelement
elementxAYsvILthiTo element elementXAYSVTLtB
Bernard Stewart Will Deliver the Or Oration Oration ¬
ation on the Occasion OccasionKaysvillo OccasionKaysvlilo
Kaysvillo June 30 30Mm M as Emma RaraMT
has been engaged to sing h bre re irk ih ihmernlng the themomnIn
mernlng momnIn programme on the Fourth of ofJuly ofJuly
July One of f her setectkm will he The TheFlag F3eeFlag
Flag Without a aStain Stain the song en i which whkhPresident whichPresident
President Roosevelt com compflmenteti imenten her so soM soltlhly
ltlhly M hly when she sang it for Him hi Salt
Lake It wm h he Mla Kaaueys first firatvisit firstvisit
visit tb KaysvHle KaysvHleBarnard KayevilleBarnard
Barnard Stewart of Salt Lake hag con carisentod conseated
seated to deliver the oration on the theFourth theFourth
Fourth and the programute will include includealso includealso
also a violin soto by Mrs Susie Grant
Mann and a piano selection by Profewor ProfeworE
E David Mann both of Bounffut and anda
a song by Miss Leta Tame of Layt LytOtL n
Several other interesting feature areVein areVe arebeinH ¬
in inH arranged for the progrtunm which whtehwill whichand
will be gIven lven in the Kay Ka3r1vlliO vUte meeting
house hoesent at 10 14 a m mTwo maTwo
Two baseball game have been arranged arrangedfor
for the day in which local team win winmeet w54meet
meet players from Bountiful and Layton
Other sports and dancing will occupy
the afternoon afternoonM afternoonMeyer
M Meyer yt > r C Burton jr hj h0 conis consented nted to toact toart
act ait master mn0terot of rar ceremon1e men und John W
Thornle as marshal of the day dayPHOVO dayaovo
ProVo Jrne 38 30The The partnership here heretoforf heretofort
toforf existing between John W V Lamb Lambanil Lamband
and Thomas A HellAday has ltj been die dtssalved diesalved
salved Mr Lamb will continue the bull business bullnoes ¬
ness nessA noesA
A son bo been born to Mr and Mrs
Edward Wilkins WHkinsMaurice WilkinsMaurice
Maurice M Raaney who died at the thestate thestate
state mental hotoitai from injoriea sue saatained sueIsland
Island in a Salt Lake saloon was buried
here today todayE3
E3 L Clark of Iron county So k visiting
friends 5n Provo ProvoCharles ProveCharles
Charles Muasle of Strliiur who expects expectsto
to go into the fruit raisin ra1sng htntaeas ow a aterge aIerg
terge scale ifl Sanpetn county fa here vet vettinir e etlnir
tlnir some poiaters from VW Vire Precedent PrecedentBower PresidentBower
Bower of the state board of horticultureMrs Horticulture HorticultureMrs
Mrs A C Busath of Salt Lake who whoMr whois
is at present at the hunt of her parents parentsMr
Mr and Mrs W B H Paxnaas cc f this thisdtv thineitt
dtv has plven birth to a ftm All well wellDeputy wellDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Beraett who went t tSpanish to toSpanish
Spanish Fork canyon a day or two ago agowith egoWith
with a search warrant from Jiretlce J JOr JOrdmr1s r rdais
dais dmr1s court at Sprinrvilte taken o out t by byIsaac byIsaac
Isaac 6 Shepherd tn neareln ear 4i for some gomesheep somesheep
sheep in John C Craven ravens herd baa te teturned re rewere
turned None of Mr Sltepherde abtep abtepware
were found Mr Barn Bamnett tt f teis la certainthey certain certainthey
they have never been in Mr Cravens CravenshTd Civensbard
bard hTdThe bardThe
The following cowptas have f feeeivl feeeivlmarriage elvl elvlmarriage
marriage licenses J 1 H Crook of Par Parson PRyson ¬
son aped 22 an an4 t Ivy Hanmhrev of Main Masnmoth Mainmoth
moth aced 18 T 1 L 1 Hatfh aged S end endBertha d dBertha
Bertha Hansen need J II both of Sprtnt Sprtntville Sprhmiyule
yule James W V Hfclden of I Laid > ltl aged ageds agedand >
and s nd Boslo T 1 Baker of Manntagtoa TV TVVs WVa
Vs aged agedlr 35 35Ir
> Ir and Mrs George A Startup and andfamily andfamily
family and MIF3 Alberta Singleton nave havegone navepone
pone to the Yellowstone park to spend spendthe spendthe
the summer summerThere summerp
p There was a large attendance at the thefuneral thefuneral
funeral f serviceS rvices over th tbeL > remBlne of Al Albert J Jbert ¬
bert T Davis In tha Third cwndmeetng cwndmeetngiipuretoday w jdmeflthg jdmeflthghousetoda
housetoda iipuretodayrho 4 J JThe
The number nf nnrriaee licenses is issued is issued ¬
sued this month by County Recorder
Baehman is thirtyflxo as against thirty
four Issued in JQfae of ofiast last year yearSuit yearButt
Suit has been < mmenced in the Fourth Fourthaifitrict Fourthdistrictcourt
aifitrict districtcourt court by the Jer LcmborToompaHy LcmborToompaHyagainst LnmberoompanTagainst
against Andrew Halverson for 516 al alleged alleged ¬
leged to be due on four promissory notes notesJudge i iJudge
Judge Saxey is over from SpanishFork SpanishForktoday SpanishPerktoday
today on legal business businessThe businessThe
The Nestlef Brewing company has hasopened hasopened
opened a saloon in Salem SalemFAEMZNGTOIT SalemPABfiIINGTON
Farmington June 39 30Tne Tne case of the theNew theNew
New State Gun club vs Luther Ellis was wastried wastried
tried before Judge Rorapp in the district districtcourt districtcourt
court today and taken under advisement aavlsementbriefs advisementbriefs
briefs to he submitted to the court courtWilliam courtWilliam
William H Streeper jr has been ap appointed uppointed ¬
pointed administrator of the estate of ofLuther ofLuther
Luther Dalrymplo deceased deceasedA
A number of cases having gone over for forthe forthe
the term court adjourned today until untilJuly untilJuly
July 26 26Ofilce 26O6DEN
Ofilce 24S4 Washington Avenue AvenueTelephone AvenueTelephone
Telephone 14 14Ogden 14Ogdii
Ogden Friday July 1 1BURIAL 1BURIAL
Remains of Charles Franklin FranklinRandall FranklinRandall
Randall Interred at atFair atF
Fair F rr West WestImpressive WestImpressive
Impressive funeral services were heW heWat heldat
at the Farr West meeting nouse yesterday vesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon over the remains of Charles CharlesFranklin CharlesFranklin
Franklin Randall who died suddenly at athis athis
his home there on Monday afternoon Irom Iroman troman
an attack of heart disease diseaseSeveral dlseaseSeveral
Several of the church dignataries from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake City and other parts of the thestate thestate
state were present and in the congrega congregation congregation ¬
tion were many of the most prominent prominentbusiness prominentbusiness
business men and church men of this city cityand CItYand
and county countyTho countyThe
The services were presided over by
Charles Franklin Randall RandallBishop BandallBishop
Bishop Martin and all the speakers paid paida
a glowing tribute to the memory of the thedeceased thedeceased
deceased The meeting house was wascrowded wascrowded
crowded to overflowing and an augment augmented ¬
ed choir rendered some beautiful music musicThere musicThere
There wore many beautiful floral tributes tributesfrom trlbuteefropi
from friends and relatives and the re remains memains ¬
mains were followed to thtr last resting restingplace restingplace
place by a large body of mourners mournersMr mournersMr
Mr Randall who was one of the most mostoutstanding mostoutstanding
outstanding figures in the northern part partof partof
of the state was born in 1S35 1S and came cameto cameto
to Utah In 1848 He carried the mail for forthe forthe
the United States government for twelve twelveyears twelveyears
years conveyed the first proclamation proclamationfrom
from the president of tho United States Statesfrom Statesfrom
from Fort Bridgor to Governor CMmmlngs CMmmlngsat limmingsat
at Salt Lake riding 110 miles at night on onof onhorseback
horseback lie waa assistant In charge chargeof
of the survey fbi every settlement from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake to St George GeorgeHe GeorgeHe
He took part In the fight at Battle creek creekin creekin
in the Black Hawk war and In company companywith companywith
with Elihu Warren drove the first team teamof teamof
of the old Indian trail through north Og Ogden Ogden
den canyon into Ogden valley He built builta
a number of the buildings that afterward afterwardbecame afterwardbecame
became Flrt Bridger and constructed the thefirst thefirst
first brick building in Weber county countyI
1 I SUES FOR 200000 200000Wade 2OOOOOWade
Wade H Ross Brings An Action ActionAgainstthe ActionAgaiustthe
Againstthe S P Company CompanyWade CompanyWade
Wade H Ross has commenced suit suitagainst stiltagainst
against the Southern Pacific Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompany
company to recover Wd damages for forinjuries forinjuries
injuries sustained by him by being ran randown rundown
down by an engine near Tacoma Net Nevwhile Netwhile
while in the discharge of his duty on the tne17th the11Th
17th Of March this year Ross is a boil boilcrmaker boilormaker
crmaker and claims that he was called to toexamine toexamine
examine the boiler of an engine which whichwas winchwas
was standing on the track and having havingcompleted halngcompleted
completed his hi work was returning to the thenbops theshops
shops along a pathway between the track trackused tracksused
used by the employee when without giv giving girlog ¬
log warning of its approach by either belt beltor bellor
or whistle the engine ran into him himMaginnia kilnMaginnis
Maginnia and Stout are plaintiff attor attorCALL atturCALL
CALL TO REV E J J RIDINGS RIDINGSCongregationalists BIDINGSCongregationaiists
Congregationalists Wish Him to toContinue toContinue
Continue as Their Pastor PastorTh PastorThe
Th The members of the congregation of the theFirst theFirst
First Congregational churea of this City Cityhave Cityhave
have extended to the Rev E J Kid itidings itidingswho ings ingswho
who has been their pastor for the past six sixmonths sixmonths
months a unanimous call to the pastor pastorate pastorate ¬
ate of the church for the ensuing year yearIn yearIn
In the preamble to the resolution they theystate theystzite
state that Mr Ridings taut ably faith faithfnHy faithfully
fully conscientiously and wltA marked markedability markedability
ability served this omirch and congrega congregation cemieation ¬
tion and has by bis ef efrorts torts endeared endearedhimself endearedhimself
himself to the members of this church churchattd
attd to the citizens of Ogden OgaenMr OgdenMr
Mr Ridings Is at present visiting at his hisold hisold
old borne In Illinois tat his frterfds here herebelieve herebelieve
believe ha will willaceept accept the tell tellRmTAWATT 1R11ItUNAWAY
Lawrence Hoag HoagSerlously Seriously Injured by byBeing byBeing
Being Dragged by Hay Bake BakeLawrence BakeLawreae
Lawrence Hong the 14yearoM son of ofJames OfJames
James Hong who resides at West Weber Webersustained Weborsestalned
sustained a compound fracture of the left leftleg leftleg
leg and injuries to the hack and nea neaby hoeS hoeSby
by falling from a hay rake and being beingdragged beIngdragged
dragged a a considerable distance pester yesterday pesterday ¬
day He had lust completed a awxirings awxiringswork meralugswork
work in the hay field and bras as driving to tothe tothe
the barn when the horses took fright aad aadbelled azidbolted
belled Ho clung tenaciously to he eaat eaatuntil ShittthW
until the horse struck a fence when h hwas he hewas
was thrown to the ground and drag dragmtU dragged draggedsaW
saW the horse was brOught to a halt haltw8 He Hewas
w8 conveyed to Ogden vrithoiit delay delaywhere delaywhere
where his Injuries were attended to by bya
a physician x xLocal
Local Briefs BriefsGeorge BriefsGeorge
George Kerr depot master hi seriously seriouslyIndisposed sorloslyIndisposed
Indisposed and unable to attend to his hisduties hisduties
duties dutiesFuneral duties1iineral
Funeral services over the remain of E EF BP
F Reynolds who died from the effects of ofbvm ofbernI
bvm received by hint at Promontory PromontoryPoint PromnentoryPoint
Point last Friday were conducted at atRicher atRichegs
Richer undertaking partors yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon Interment wo at MountainView Mountain MountainVlaw
View cemetery cemeteryi cemeteryEmery
i Emery A Scott of Cokevllla Wyo and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Anny Fhees of this city were united unitedin
in the bonds of matrimony by i resident residenti residentMiddieton
i Middleton on Wednesday nightJames night nightI
I James C LIttlefleM son of Mr and Mrs Mrsi MrsE
i E A Lfttlefield passed sticresafalt sticresafaltthe
the mental examination hesd at Annapolis Annapolisfor
for adMission to the United State naval navalacademy navalacadenly
academy academyA
A motion for new trial has been filed by bydefendant bydefendant
defendant Inthe action of the Smorthwatt Smorthwatti SmrrthwaltProduce
i Produce company against L G McKln McKlnney MeKinney
ney neyFrank Frank Parley charged with laving TTavinsstolen lavingstolen
stolen a watch chain belonging to John JohnAhern JohnAhern
Ahern was sentenced to thirty days on onthe onthe
the lock pile yesterday yesterdayJ
J H WInslow proprietor of the Wins Winslow
1 low resort In Ogden Canyon was pursu pursui pursunag
i nag some chickens in the yard at the thei thereat
i rear of his house yesterday when he heI hestumbled
I stumbled and fell against the fence fencebreaking fencebreaking
breaking one of his ribs tibsWhon ribsWhen
When the overland limited arrived in inOgdcn InOgden
Ogden at 240 yesterday afternoon a pas passenger phssenger ¬
senger claimed that he had been robbed of ofJ300
J300 on the Journoy between Omaha and andthis antithis
this city He asserted that he went to tothe tothq
the thq lavatory and while making his toilet toilethe toilth
he h placed his wallet on tne stand standogot jEJe jEJeforgot
forgot ogot it wtsen he left and the man ibf flffls flfflsfollowed
followed f 1l wed Tflm iit it the toitet room V wIth wIthearcked
earcked by Llcputy Bebtap when 111
tmaja arrit at Ogden but no trace Of Ofthe
is mlsslnp money iran found on Him and andhe andhewasrelcased
he hewasrelcased was released i V VfOO
Ti TiMalan
Malan Heiglls in Big Pine grove groveo
fOO o fet abov sea lcvel under Ob Observatery Qbservatory
servatery peak eak Two hours ride from fromOgden fromOgden
Ogden Carriages from end of Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth
fifth street car line evejfy ev y morning at
815 Terms very reasonable reasonableTha reasonableS
S a aThe
The Leopard LeopardWould LeopardWould
Would he in hard luck this kind of ofweather ofweather
weather but if is easy for you to tochange tochange
change your spots if they happen to tobe tobe
be on your hosiery A Scent sale at atour atour
our store storeBROWN storeBROWN
166 Main street streetHalf Streete StreetFOURTH
Half rates to all points on SALT SALTLAKE SALTLAKE
Tickets on sale July 2 3 S and 4 limit limitfor limitfor
for return July 5 5Indigestion 5C 5xidigestiom
Indigestion IndigestionWith xidigestiomWith
With its companions heartburn flat flatulence fIatulence ¬
ulence torpidity of the liver constipa constipation constipation ¬
tion palpitation of the heart poor poorblood poorblood
blood headache and other nervous nervoussymptoms nervoussymptoms
symptoms sallow skin foul tongue of offensive offensive ¬
fensive breath and a legion of other ail ailments allments ¬
ments Is at once the most widespread widespreadand
and destructive malady among the theAmerican theAmerican
American people The Herblne treat treatment treatment ¬
ment will cure cureall all these troubles SOc 50cbottle SOcbottle
bottle Sold by 2 C iL I L drug depart department departmacnt ¬
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeS NoticeNOTICE
ritv City council < aiTnrl rf of Sal Salt Lake Tot r City i or rr the In Intention re retention ¬
tention of such council to make the tot following totlowing ¬
lowing described improvements towit towitConatrnctlng towitConstructing
Constructing cement sidewalks 6 feet feetwide feetwide
wide on both sides of all streets within withinthe withinthe
the district bounded on the north by
South Temple street on the south by
Fourth South street on the west by Sec Second Second ¬
ond East street and on the east by Ninth NinthEast NinthEast
East street in sidewalk districts Nos 2
4 6 14 16 17 20 h and 22 and defray the thecost thecost
cost and expense thereof estimated at atliftythree atfiftythree
liftythree thousand nine hundred seven sevenand sevenand
and 11100 SSZ90711 dollars or one and andOelOO
05100 hAte 105 dollars per front or linear linearfoot lineartoot
foot by a loeal assessment upon the lots lotsor lotsor
or pieces of ground within the following followingdescribed followingdescribed
described district being the district to tobe tobe
be affected or benefited by said improve improvement imprOvdmacnt ¬
ment namely namelyPlat namelyPlat
Plat WBlock A Block 37 fronting on Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street all of lots 5 and 6 block 53 53frortIng
frortIng on econd East street all of lots
1 6 7 and S block 54 fronting on Second SecondEast Secondast
East ast Ftruet the south 6133 feet and the thenorth thenorth
north 22267 feet of lot 4 the south 50 feet feetof feetof
of the north 1745 feet and the south
1155 feet of lot 5 block 55 fronting on onSecond onSecond
Second East street all of lots 2 5 4 and
5 fronting on Second South street all of oflots oflots
lots 5 and 6 block 56 fronting on Second SeeondEast SecondEast
East street all of lots 1 and 8 block 71 71fronting 71fronting
fronting en Second East street all of oflots ofots
lots ots 1 6 and 7 and the south 7425 feet of oflot oflet
lot 8 block 72 fronting on Second South Southstreet Southstreet
street all of lots t 1 Z 3 and 4 fronting on onSecond onSecond
Second East street the south 2S15 feet feetof feetof
of lot 4 and the north 2475 feet of lot 5 5fronting 5fronting
fronting on Third East street all of lots
1 and 8 block 73 fronting on Second East Eaststreet Eaststreet
street all ofXbts 040t3 2 3 4 and 5 fronting on onThird onThird
Third East street all of lots 1 and 6 the theeoutii thesouta
eoutii 825 feet and the north 36 feet of lot
7 the north 53 i feet of lot S SPlat SPlat
Plat B BBlook Block 3 fronting on Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street nil of lots 5 and 6 block SI SIfronting 51fronting
fronting en Fourth South street all of oflots Oflots
lots S G t 1 and S block 32 it fronting on onFourth onFourth
Fourth South street all of lots 5 and 6 6block 6block
block 33 fronting on Fourth South street streetall streetall
all of lots 5 6 7 and S block 34 fronting frontingon
on Fourth South street all of lots 5 and
6 block ls fronting on Fourth South Southstreet SouthStreet
street all of lotS 5 6 7 and 8 block 36 36fronting 56fronting
fronting on Fourth South street nil of oflot orlot
lot Z and the west half of lot 1 fronting frontingOB frontingon
OB Fourth Best street all of lots 5 6 7 7strett 7and
and 3 block 37 fronting on Fourth outh outhStreet
Street all sf f lots 1 2 3 and 4 fronting en enFourthEast enFourthEsst
FourthEast street all of lots 4 and S Sfronting 5fronting
fronting on Fifth East street all of lots
1 and S block 38 fronting on Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street all of lots 1 and 2 fronting frontingon
on Fifth East street all of lots 2 3 and
4 and 5 rentIng on Sixth East street all allof allof
of lots 1 6 7 and 8 block 38 fronting on onFourth onFourth
Fourth South street all of lots 1 2 3 and
4 fronting on Sixth East street all of oflots oflots
lots 4 and S fronting on Seventh East Eastail Eastall
ail of lots 1 and S block 40 fronting on onFourth onFourth
Fourth South street all of lots 1 and 2 2fronting 2fronting
fronting on Seventh East street all of oflots oflots
lots 2 3 4 and 5 fronting on Eighth East Eaststreet EastStreet
street all of lots 1 6 7 and 8 block 41 41lots 41fronting
fronting on Fourth South street all of oflots
lots l 2 3 and 4 fronting on Eighth East Eaststreet EastStreet
street all of lots 4 and 5i 5 fronting on onThird OnThIrd
Third South street all of lots 5 6 7 and
8 fronting trontin on Ninth East street all of oftots of1ot
tots 1ot 1 and aialS 8 block 4t fronting on Ninth NinthBast NinthBeat
Beat street all of lots 2 3 4 and 5 block
48 fronting on Ninth East Street all of oflots oflots
lots 4 and 5 block 44 fronting on Eigath EigathEast ElgatliEast
East street all of lots 2 3 4 and 5 front front1mg
1mg on Ninth East street all of lots 1
7 and S block 45 fronting on Seventh East Eaststreet Eastreet
street reet all of lots 4 and 5 fronting on onSlghtfe onEIghth
EIghth East street all of lots 1 and andMock andblock
Mock 47 fronting on Sixth East street streetaJl streetall
all of tots 1 and 2 block 48 fronting on1 on1Fourth on onFourth
Fourth East street all of lots 2 3 4 and andS
S fronting on Fifth East street all of oftots oflots
tots 1 6 and 8 and the south 81 feet of tot
7 block 49 fronting on Fourth East street streetall streetall
all oflot of lot 8 block SO fronting on Third ThirdKast ThirdEast
East street all of lots 2 3 4 and andfronting C Cfrcndng
fronting on Fourth East street all of lots lotsL
L 1 7 and S block II fronting on Fourth FourthEast FourthEast
East street all et lot 4 the south 14S5 14S5feet 1455feet
feet and the nor uorth h S25 feet of lot 5 front fronting frOntlag ¬
lag on Firth East street all of lots 1 and
8 block Si fronting on Fifth East street strestall streetall
all of tots 3 3 4 and 5 fronting on Sixth SixthBast Sixthast
Bast ast street all of lots 1 6 7 and S block block5t
15 5t fronting on Sixth East street all of oftots oflots
tots 4 and S fronting on Seventh East Eaststreet Eaststreet
street al of f tots 1 an and J S bloclq 51 front fronting frontleg ¬
leg on Seventh East street air of tots 2 2
1 2 4 and ft fronting on Eighth East street streetall atretall
all of lot lots 1 6 7 and S block SB 5 fronting frontingon
on Second South street all of lots 1 and
4 and the went 1445 feet of lot 2 fronting frontingon
on EijrMh Ka East t stret all of tots 4 I and 3 3fronting 5fronting
fronting on Ninth Kast street all of lots
1 and 8 block W fronting on Ninth East Eaststreet Eaststreet
street all Of f tots 2 3 4 and 5 block It Itfronting 17fronting
fronting on Ninth East street all of tots
4 and 5 block fronting on Eighth East Katstreet EastStreet
street all of tote 2 3 4 and S fronting fronttnzott
00 Ninth Best street all of lots 1 fi 7 7and 7and
and S btock 9 fronting on Bighth East Eaststret Eaststreet
street ail au of IU < 1 and B Mock 41 ront rontteg rontlag
lag on Seventh East street all of lotsvl lotsvlBMfrtrfet lots l la
a 7and 8 block 61 frontifl on Fourth Fourthtetreet
BMfrtrfet tetreet all of lots 2 1 4 and 5 block blockft I6ckdi
ft fronting on Third East street all of oftoi ofl
toi l ts 4 1 and i fronting on Fourth E Et Etstret st statrft
atrft all of lots 1 and S SVery 1Very
Very respectfully respectfullyAll
dlv Engeer EngeerAU
All protests and objections to the carry carrying carryin ¬
ing in out of serb intention must be pro proseated preseated
seated ht writlne to tothe the city recorder on onor onor
or before the Kth th day rtf July 104 betas betasthe beIngthe
the time set bv b said council when it will willhear wilibeer
hear cad consider such protests and ob objections ohJeetions ¬
jections as way be made thereto theretoBy theretoEy
By order of the oily council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah UtahDated IttabDated
Dated April th l l
CHy Recorder RecorderSidewalk Recorderidewatk
Sidewalk Qpctenst Qxtenaon m No No45 No45Assessment S SAssessment
Assessment No 8 8WABASH 8WABASH
Principal place of business Salt Lake Lakeat LakeCity
City Utah Notice Is hereby given that thatat
at a a meeting of the board of directors directorsheld directorsheld
held on the 21st day of June 1904 an as assessment assesemnent ¬
sessment of five cents 5c per share was waslevied wasletIed
levied on the capital stock of the cur corporatJonpayable curporadon
poratJonpayable poradon payable on or before July 22nd 22ndWl nd ndINI
Wl to W Mont Ferry secretary at atroom atroom
room SI Atlas block West Second South Southstreet Southstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah Any stock stockupon stockupon
upon which this assessment may remain remainunpaid remainunpaid
unpaid on the 22nd day of July iftM will willbe wiitbe
be delinquent and advertised for sale at atpublic atpublic
public auction and unless payment is ismade ismade
made before will be sold oId on the loth day dayof deyof
of August 1904 to pay the the5dellnquent delinquent as assessment assesament ¬
sessment tbgethr with the cost of ad advertieirtK advertishig
vertieirtK and expense of sale saleV saleW
W V MONT FERRY Secretary SecretaryLocation SecretaryLotien
Location of office 521 Atlas block Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice of Assessment AssessmentLITTLE AssessmentLITTLE
company Principal place of business at atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice Is hereby herebygiven herebygiven
given that at a meeting of the board of ofdirectors ofd1rtors
directors held on the 23d day of June
1004 an assessment of one i cent per pershare pershare
share being assessment No 20 51 was lev levied 1evled ¬
led upon the capital stock issuedand out outstanding nutstanding ¬
standing of the corporation payable im immediately immediately ¬
mediately to J Oberndorfer secretary of ofthe ofthe
the company at his office No 161 South SouthMain SouhMain
Main street Salt Lake City flab tTtahAny flabAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentshall assessmentshall
shall remain unpaid on the 28th day of ofJuly ofJuly
July ISM will be delinquent and saver advertised saverlined ¬
lined for sale at public auction and un unless unless ¬
less payment is made before will be sold soldon soidon
on the 16th day of August 1304 tt pay paythe pa pathe
the delinquent assessment together with withthfe wit witthe
the aost of advertising and expense of of8af ofse
I SecretHWt SecretHWtNo Seretar SeretarNo
No 761 South Slain Strtet tret Bait licki lickiCity Ldkti Ldktiity
City Utah
> S V An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
an3 fo the aet asrdsInetit mneHt of prof protwry er y 6n 6nbath doboth
bath sidgs of Second street between a ayon ayen
yon road and A street in sewer uistricc uistriccNo
No 1 for the construction ofa of ofBr sewcr sewcrB
B Br it ordained by th the city Council of ofSalt ofSaif
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtahSection
Section 1 1That That the city council dm dmhereby dos doshereby
hereby levy the tax and pros > lor the theassessment theassesamest
assessment of the same upon the properly properlyhereinafter nrcrrthreInaCter
hereinafter described in tote 1 and 2 bloc blocK
42 lots 3 and 4 block Sk plat I > lots
1 2 3 and 4 block 2 and tote 1 s 8 9 and
10 block 2 2 pat I Salt Lke City sum sumvey wr wrvey
vey abutting on both aides ride of Second Secondstreet Scoedstreet
street between Canyon road and A street streetin streetIn
in sewer district No 1 I said property baa having baaing ¬
ing a frontage of L7K91 feet along said saidstreet saidstreet
street streetThis streetTbi
This Tbi tax is levied to defray the expense expenseof ee1i30or
of constructing a sewer upon said portion portionof
of said street dppestte the property here hereinafter eie eiematter ¬
matter described to b be especially affected affectedand affectedand
and benefited by b said improvement and andIt andit
It is hereby adjudged determi determisd d and es established estabirshed ¬
tablished that the same alit be especially especiallybenefited especiallybenerited
benefited thereby to the full amount ef efthe ofthe
the tax hereby levied and said parcels of ofland 5dland
land are hereby assessed at an n equal and anduniform anduniform
uniform rate in accordance alUm the linear linearfoot ihisarfoot
foot frontage upon said portion ot said saidstreet sidstreet
street fronting trent1n upon and to a depth of ofthe oftwentyfive
twentyfive t2 feet beck therefrom and andthe
the tax hereby levied and to be assessed assessedUpon accesSedUpon
Upon aid parcels of land is one thousand thousandtwo thousandtwo
two hundred and fiftyeight and 41145 41145i12S86 Jl
1125869 dollars or 7MO < 1 > dollars dollarsper dollarsper
per front or linear foot which is the es estimated astlinated ¬
timated total cost and the estimated COJR COJRcr eoic
cr c linear foot of said ewer and tl tltreasurer tim timtrea5urcr
treasurer is hereby authorized and di directed directed ¬
rected to assess in accordance with the theprovisions theprovisions
provisions of this ordinance for the per purpose perpose ¬
pose heroin mentioned al all of lots 1 and X Xblock 2 2block
block 42 4 all of lot S and the west 14 III feet feetof feetof
of lot 4 block S plat D Di all of tots 1 L
2 3 and 4 block 3 and all of tots 8 9 M Mand 10and
and the east 74 feet of lot 7 hipck 2 2plat 2pInt
plat I Salt Lake City survey aa the tnesame thesame
same are shown upon the official plate of ofsaid ofsaid
said city to a depth of twentyfive 25 25feet 25feet
feet back from said street and to collect collectsaid collectsaid
said tax taxSec taxSec
Sec 2 fSaid Said tax shall become and be de delinquent Sclinquent ¬
linquent as follows Onethird thereof thereofshall thereofshalt
shall become delinquent in three months monthsafter monthsafter
after the approval of this levy cnetWrd cnetWrdin
in six months after said approval and andonethird andonethird
onethird in twelve months after said ap approval approval ¬
proval Each and every installment of ofsaid ofsaid
said tax except the first snail draw In Interest interest ¬
terest at the rate mats of 7 per cent per an annum ansum ¬
sum from date of levy and alt said In Installments instailments ¬
stallments shall bear Interest at the rate rateof rateof
of 10 it per cent per annum from data oC oCdelinquency ofdelinquency
delinquency delinquencySec
Sec 3 3This This ordinance shall take effect effectupon effectupon
upon approval approvalPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah May 31 IfiW 51 and itd referred tothe to tothe
the mayor for his approval approvalApproved apprifealJ
J s CR1TCHLd city Recorder RecorderB
B RICHARD ILIRtLE7L uepnty uepntyApproved
Approved this 3d day of Jane 904 904RICHARD 3204RICHARD
RICHARD P MORRIS Mayor MayorState MayorState
State of o Utah City Cityand and County of Salt SaltLake SaltLakehz
Lake Lakehz LakehzI ss ssI
I J S Critchtow city recorder of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah do o hereby certify that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing is a full true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn entitledAn
An Ordinance Levying a Tax and for the theAssessment theAssessment
Assessment of Property on Both Sides of ofSecond ofSecond
Second Street Between Canyon Road and andA andStreet
A Street in Sewer District Ne I for the theConstruction theConstruction
Construction of a Sewer pawed hr the thecity tilecity
city council of Salt Lake City Utah ITtahMay UtahMay
May 31 1904 and approved by the mayor mayorJune mayorJune
June 2 1904 as appears ef record In ray rayoffice myoffice
In witness whereof I have here hereSeal hereSeal
Seal unto set my hand and affixed the thecorporate thecorporate
corporate seal of said dry this 3d 3dday 3dday
day of June 114 114J leIlJ
J S CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderBy
By RICHARD HARTLHY Deputy DeputyBill DopetyBill
Bill No SO SOSewer O OSewer
Sewer extension No 196 196An 3 3An
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
and for the assessment of property on onLhe onthe
the east side of Ninth West street between betweenSecond betweenSecond
Second South and Fourth South streets streetsin
in sidewalk district No SU 21 for the con construction constmniction ¬
struction of a gravel sidewalk sidewalkBe
Be It ordained by the city coo conceit cH of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtahSection
Section I 1That That the city council does doeshereby doeslcreby
hereby levy the tax and provide for th thassessment the theassessment
assessment of the same upon the prop prepcity
city hereinafter described in Tots 144 and
17 block 1 lots 16 and 17 block 2 Heaths Heatftssubdivision Heathssubdivision
subdivision and tots 2 to X inclusive of ofMartins ofMartins
Martins subdivision Salt Lake City ear snrvey earvey
vey abutting on the east side of Ninth NinthWest NinthWest
West street between Second Sooth ana anaFourth siteFourth
Fourth South streets hi sidewalk district districtNo districtNo
No a said property having a frontage frontageof
of 1240 feet atone said street streetThis streetThis
This tax is levied to defray tn the expense expenseof
of constructing a gravel sidewalk upon uponsaid uponsaid
said portion of said street opposite the theproperty theproperty
property hereinafter described to b be es especially enpecially ¬
pecially affected and benefited by said saidimprovement saidimprovement
improvement and it is hereby adjudged adjudgedetcrmined aAJiISgeddetermined
determined and established that the same samertill usmewill
will be especially benefited thereby to tothe tothe
the full amount of the tax hereby levied leviedsessed leviedand
and said parcels of lend are hereby as assnised
sessed at an equal and uniform rate in inaccordance hiaccordance
accordance with the linear font frontage frontageupon frontageupon
upon said portion of said stre sfremt = t fronting frontingupon frontingupon
upon and to a depth of twentyfive twentyfivefeet 20 20feet
feet back therefrom and the tax hereby herebylevied herebylevied
levied and to be assessed upon said par parcels pareels ¬
eels of land Is two hundred and twenty twentythree twentythree
three and 54141 W i2f3 S2328 > dollars or WM WM01S 1110
01S dollars per front or linear foot footwhich footwhich
which Is the estimated total cost and andtimated e etlmated
tlmated cost per linear foot of said side sidewalk sidewank ¬
walk and the treasurer is hereby au authorized sothorized ¬
thorized and directed to assess in accord accordance accordSSCC ¬
ance with the provisions v this ordinance ordinanceots
for the purpose heroin mentioped nil of oflots
lots 16 and 17 block 1 aM 14 of lots 1 14 and 17 17alock 17block
block 2 of Heaths subdivision and all ot otlots t tiota
lots 2 to 27 Inclusive of Martins sub subdivision subdivision ¬
division Salt Lake City survey as the theFame thesame
Fame are shown upon the official plats ol olsaid ofsaul
said city to a depth of twentyfive US USfeet 45foot
feet back from said street and to collect collectsaid collectsaid
said tax taxSec
Sec 2 2Said Said tax shall become and w be de delinquent Selinquent M ¬
linquent as follows Onethird thereof thereofshall thereofshall
shall become delinquent in three months monthsafter monthsafter
after the approval of this levy onethird onethirdin
in six months after said aporoval and andonethird andonethird
onethird In twelvemonths twe1vemoflthsft1ter After said ap approval approval ¬
proval Each and every Installment of ofsaid ofraid
said lax except the first snail draw to totercet interest
tercet at the rate of 7 per pernum ecut per an annum
num from date of levy and ell said in installments installments ¬
stallments shall bear Interest at the rate rateof rateof
of 10 per cent per annum from date of ofdelinquency ofdelinquency
delinquency delinquencySec
Sec 3 SThis This ordinance shall take effect effectupon effectupon
upon approval approvalPassed approvalPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake Lakety Lakeeky
eky ty Utah May Mayto 21 14 and referred referredto
to the mayor for his approval approvalJ arovlJ
J a S CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderBy RecorderBy
By RICHARD HARTLEY HARTLEY Deputy DenjtyApproved DeputyApproved
Approved this Sd day of Junk 1354 1354RICHARD M MRICHARD
RICHARD P MORRIS Mayer MayerState MayorState
State of Utah City and County of Salt SaltLake SaltLakeas
Lake Lakeas LakeasI ss ssI
I J S Critchtow city recorder of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing is a fulL true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn entitledAii
An Ordinance Levying a Tax and for forthe forthe
the Assessment of Proeety on the East EastSide EastSide
Side of Ninth W Ivsst t Street Street Between Sec Secend Secend
end South and Fourth South Streets In InSidewalk InSidewalk
Sidewalk District No 21 for the Con Construction Construetibil ¬
struction of a Gravel SWewalk passed passedbv
bv the city council o of Salt bait City CityUtah CityUtah
Utah May i HW and approved by the thomayor themayor
mayor June 2 ISM as appears of record recordin
in my office officeIn 91 flee fleeIa
In witness whereof I have here hereSeal hereSeal
Seal unto set ray hand and affixed the thecorporate thecorporate
corporate seal of said city this 2d 2dday 25day
day of June 19M 19MJ 1154r
J r S CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderBv RecorderBy
Bv RICHARD HARTLEY Deputy DeputyBill PeputyBill
Bill No 81 81Sidewalk v vSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No n readvertised readvertisedSALT readvertisedSAIJ
California and Eastern Races
Delinquent Notice NoticeA NoticeMlIiING
pany Principal plare of business Room
Commercial err Mock Salt Lake Olty I t u ufollowing
following describe stock 8accouL on account o oaMessmfnt S Slevied
aMessmfnt No 4 of one cent per shat sh shamounts >
levied en May JNn IfW Ow sevril sevrilr
amounts r nMS art V o peel peelrespective the names of 11 11respective
respective shareholders as tallows tallowsXamc foiheweame
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Xamc XamcS ame Ct Shares I IS
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S a P Armstrong Armstrongs
S s P Armstrong 1 5
S P Armstrong I
5 P Armstrong 04
6 P Armstrong o4 I IPrank
S P Armstrong
J XL Allen AllenPrank 0 0Prank
Prank Beami 3
Prank Beesly wit
W J Browning i iB
B H Bower BowerBL V Vrnw
BL H Bower 3
W H Bramal BramalW 42
W H Bramei BrameiW IG
17 IL Braniel 1210 1210W
W H Bramei BrameiBoraett I 31
Boraett Langley 35
Barnett langley 4710 4710nkofCommorco
Bank nkofCommorco of Commerce I ioo ioosee
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Gee Cameron CameronHiss 3 VS
MI Hiss Ida Chfcpntan ChfcpntanA ZISO WI
A S Carter CarterCoraiorth 1 I Icoeafurth
Coraiorth A Pond PondAlbert u 1455 lC lCAlbert
Albert Clark ClarkHenry 4752 rIm
Henry IfenryCoha Conn 5311 COO
HemyCehn LilO ki kiiark
Jos Clark ClarkW iark 4130 4130W
W H Clark ClarkA ZlI ZlIA
A S Campbell CampbellJ ice
J 1 A A Cunningham CunninghamJ 5251 5251JACunnthgbaiull
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J A Cunningham CunninghamJ 5154 1550 1550dT
dT J A Cunningham CuanlBghaiBThomas 5I I 400 400Tkoina
Thomas Ceudert CeudertJohn La SW 7 7John
John Campbell CampbellJohn 4154 ItO ItOJoint
John Campbell CampbellJohn 5303 Loll a aJohn
John Campbell L0 L0hbsi
John hbsi hbsiH Campbell
H B Cote CoteH
H B Col ColH 511 1 00 00B
H B Cote CoteS sIN o oS
S S Dickinson 21 100 100S
S SNDtckttMon SNDtckttMonE 2330 1o 1
E W Duncan DuncanMrs L ItlO ItlOMrsSJDaly
Mrs MrsSJDaly S J Daly 5564 13 1 1Estella
Kstelte S DusterS t65 100 100w
C W Dow DowC 2720 h I IWDow
C W WDow Dew DewTbos 4341 3i I IThos
Tbos E Durran DurranH 440 P5 P5H
H W Doscher DoscherH 442 1 1H
H W Doscher DoscherH 5142 040 040H
H W DokCher DokCherH MIS 300 300H
H W Doscber DoscberH 5515 SOi SOiH
H W Dosclwr 2530 1000 0 0n
H W Da Dscher ch r rH IVd 500 0 0H
H vF Doscher DoscherH Sill 5i s C CH
H W Doaeher DoaeherH Sill 500 500K
H W DoKber DoKberH 5168 1410 1410K
H W Descher DescherH S5I0 1000 1000H
H W Doecher DoecherH S570 1040 1040H
H W Doscher DoscherH 5575 500 500H
H W Doscher DoscherH 5519 b bHWDocher
H HWDocher W Doaobar DoaobarS L0I IOU IOUS
S D Evans EvansW Liii 144 t tW
W W Ercambrock ErcambrockA Ercambroei 4437 L45G i iA
A W Elliott ElliottGee 4544 10
Gee K Forrester ForresterQee 5522 500 500Gee
Gee BL Ferrestor FerrestorHarry F rrestor 2525 7fdO 7fdOKnTy
Harry F Frohmaa FrohmaaHarry 5441 54 54Hagry
Harry P Frohman FrohmanJ 5473 500 500J
J J s F Ferris rl rlPeter 4115 411 411Peter
Peter Greavas jr 4116 ISO ISOPeter
Peter Greaves jr jrAlice 5445 ISO ISOAlice
Alice X C Kawver KawverAlle 1456 500 500Altec
Alle E Q Hawver HawverAlice 2154 III IIIAlice
Alice E G Hawver HawverAlice 51 505 505Alice
Alice EL G Hawver HawverRichard 245 51 51Richard
Richard Hartley HartleyJ 3411 bit 1 1JC
JC J C Hooper HooperS 44d 100 100P
P D Hobbs 130 N NE
S F Happeneaek HappeneaekHudson 4744 1441 1 v vHudson
Hudson Salts Co CoHudson L ISO ISORudo
Rudo Hudson s Sons Co CoJ 4414 545 U UJLamflton
J JLamflton L fiamntoa fiamntoaSngene I 5h 5hEugene
Eugene Hoaxes HoaxesH 4371 500 500KuienI
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H a JosephH Joseph 4158 SO SOH
H S Joseph JosephJ 4412 100
J C SB ICing KlnaTheo 47w IN INThee
Theo Xrau Kraass KraassTh 2749 300 300Thea
Thea Th o Krause KraossTheo 7l0 10 10Tbe
Theo Krasjsa KrasjsaTheo 2751 300 300Thon
Theo Kraots KraotsTheo 753 100 100Thee
Theo Krans KransJ 2731 310 310J
J B Kroshtng KroshtngO 50 1114 1114Gao
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Ansa AnaaB B Lange LanpJohn 1OtIi 300 300J
John J H f Ladewhr LadewhrJohn 575 450 450John
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Brains Luodlwrg Luodlwrg1C 5515 1450 1450E
1C L La Ru RuMrs Rue 3 145 145Mrs
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Wm F Msuldin MsuldinWin 3027 145 145Win
Win F atauldin atauldinWin 3Cl 141 141Win
Win F MauHin MauHinWm 2214 105 105Win
Wm F M Manidis l < Un UnWm 3l lO lOWm
Wm F Xauldin XauldinEd 5342 1410 1410J
J Id MOtTle 27 10 10Ed
Ed JOdliKflitet JOdliKflitetIsidor 1254 1420 1 1Isidor
Isidor Morris MorrisLaura 5525 1000 1000Laura
Laura D Marriott MarriottJ 51w O OJ
J M 3 Marriott > rrlott rrlottJ I4 141 141J
J M Marriott MarriottJ 14 141
J 3 M Marriott MarriottJ 1547 SN SNS
J X Marriott MarriottJ 154 10
J Iff Marriott Marriottj 2519 J41 J41J
j M Marriott MmrrlottL 2810 160 160M
M L M Milter MilterM 47O 000 000M
M M Millet MIBerU 4275 200 200ii
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