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THE T1 ± ESALT SAM LAKE KERALD ItERkiD FRIDAY JULY 29 1904 19O I
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BUTTE WINS W1NSOUT W1NSOUTIN OUT OUTIN
IN SLOW GAME GAMEI
4 I y yDrinkwater IDrinkwater
Drinkwater Refuses to be Ac Accelerated Accelerated ¬
celerated celeratedELBE8SFIEUJNGIALLSOFF celeratedELDERSFIELDINGFALLS
ELBE8SFIEUJNGIALLSOFF ELBE8SFIEUJNGIALLSOFFTHHOWB OFF OFFv
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GB THHOWB BY at atr4er MAT MATr3
r3 AND BKflDBflflT BKflDBflflTI
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r4er rr a leftfea s ally harWnger of the tI b hvet E Ewet
wet vet fh a wai wa t tu csM esie4fl 4ht tbs Ul to t tpart cte ctepart
part of rthe the umbfallafew crtntd when t tstreet the theMreet
street car power went oil the 3478 E1e5wreted 3478wrestled
wrestled with the th elephantine mob from fromButte from fromButte
Butte for two hours and five miautes miautesonly mfnuteonly
only to lose out by the dinky margin of ofone O Oone
one miserable little run runA runA
A let down of fielding on the part ot otthe o othe
the Elders with two Sttperb outfield outfieldthrows rotfieldthrows
throws by McHale and nd BndHn did the thebasines th thbusheg
basines After all this tht the aged twirlar twirlariffith tw1rI tw1rIWith
With the thirstsatisfying name namehanded almost almosthanded
handed the preserves back when he henmg hedropped
dropped Sc1mJfer assist in the ninth iH iHniag
nmg That gave Toser a life aa Jtolters Jtoltersclever M1iSi3clever
clever faking on the bases WoUkad W00tdptfrher t9te t9tepitchervhome
pitchervhome ptfrher home making it 4 to 3 It ended endedunfortunately ODdOdnnfortthmately
unfortunately soon after when M Mfler Mflergot Her Herot
got ot too chancy around second and Lally LUYimtpped Lallynipped
nipped him out outTaMng outTakiTg
TaMng His Time TimeIt
It required more than two wo h ttfe to toplug toplug
plug through the game Much e T this thistime tht thtt4me
time was wa consumed 0y y DrlnKwaters care careful cerefut ¬
fut and prolonged scrutiny of thi th liaea liaeaxnents liseenments
xnents of each batter before deUveHasr deUvet1 th thself the thebait
bait The ed man refUOOd 0 peraft Inz Inzietf
self to be hurried by the urchins sur surrounding ur urrounding ¬
rounding him himConsarm himConsarmn
Consarm them childrenvhe muttered mutteredtestily intteedtet11y
testily They be alwus tryin t hurry hurryUp hurrYUp
Up an th result Is 1 they never do nothin nothinright nothhf
f right These things has f be done care careful careful ¬
ful an I shant hurry for em No sir sirconsarn srvonsrn
consarn em emAnd emAnd
And he dWat hurry A mud turtle turtlechained turtleChalnd
chained to a rock was lightningfast lightningfastcompared 1tgbtningfatcompared
compared to him But at that he won wonbis WOflhia
bis sam ameamtb anthr txflfftte t the eM eMfasbtoned 014Zashl
fasbtoned Zashl ncd way y of Mtne things thingsCutting thhmge1b1di
1b1di Cutting Them Off OffThe Offh
h The Elders golden opportunity came in inthe Iflr
r the seventh evenh Delmas hit a a nice safe OeO OeOand we weand
and Bmyette ruyette promptly promptiyaacificed sacrificed him to tosecond to4eoId
second It needed one ran to send tew tewElders tMEldermi
Elders to Tteville Toser slammed out a apingkf Sein1f
pingkf ein1f to middle Delmas t tuok ok third OR It Itensily Itensily
ensily enough and should have st atMye4 atMye4there y ythere <
there because he quit second wft with a ashort ashort
short lead and McHal nad the bail bailearly 18early
early However Del was mired along a10 to toward t0aM ¬
ward aM home where a throw thatwas abso absolutely abeOutcly ¬
lutely perfect made his clever tOW II4e use useless 0 0eae ¬
less eae That pat two out with Teaer on sec second ¬
ond Muller furnished another S1MS S1MShitting stegle steglebitting >
hitting it to Bandelin Tozer undertook undertookto underto0to
to make it good for home but another anothersuperb anothernuperb
superb throw beat him in Although AlthoughTozer AltheU4hTozer
Tozer managed to b hemp mp SwHidBs ovftr ovftrhe 0v0 0v0he
he couldnt make Chaney drop the thebal theg
g bal balma
a balTosers Toners pitching dceerved a better fate fateOld fateOld
Old reliable Delmas had an off day at atsecond ateond
second losing two in succession hi tlM tlMsixth tk tkaixth
sixth inning one of them scortag The Theother Theother
other he threw out at th the plate himself himselfIt
It was only to the seventh and ninth ninthinnings ninthInnings
innings that Butte did MiiytWng wtfh wtfhTozer wtI wtITozer
Tozer and a a Mt sliarper fleJdteg work In Inthe Inthe
the seventh might have changed things things3IaMng thlflgLlThidng
3IaMng of Buns BunsThe BunsThe
The Klders opened on Drinkwater in inthe hithe
the tWrd when stogiea by Bruyett BruyettItuller BmSYLtSMuller
Muller dark and Weed scored the two twoITrat tWOTrrat
ITrat named The way tae other ma macame runcame
came in the ninth has boom narrated narratedScbaffer narrnte4SchaEfer
SchaEfer brought in the fIrst one for forButte tarButte
Butte iii h the sixth After DeJmaa hs hslost h hoat
lost oat Sohoffer and Bteey MeHafe s aet1f1cOd aet1f1cOdand crtfced crtfcedand
and Swindells hit safe scoring Schafter SchafterBandolin SchafferBandOlin
Bandolin popped one up to Deknas and andBlsey andI1aey
Blsey was speared at too plate In the theseventh theseventk
seventh the Champs hit a trifle Drink Drinkwater Ddukwater
water began it with a single Ward got gotanother gotanother
another ant Rnnkle went wept safe when whenDrinkwater whenDrlnkwater
Drinkwater was forced at third Laitys Laityssingle Laflyssingle
single scored Ward and Kunkte came te teas hia
as a Sdiaffer drew 1t UV T at ftrst Sisey hit hita lifta
a fly to Ferrin and Schafter was doubled doubledout dOWbe4out
out at the first sack A brace of doubles doublesby doubleeby
by Lally and Scbaffer scored the fourth fourthrun fourthrun
run tot the ninth toning toningThe tenhsgThe
The fusa will be resumed agein this thisafternoon theafternoon
afternoon at 5 It te I Tfdtte day and andthe andthe
the fair ones are espedaUy invited to toattend toattend
attend attendFollowing attendFollowing
Following is the score scoreAB acoreButte
Butte ButteiI
iI AB ABWard B i p0 p0WardZb
Ward WardZb 2 b bRunkle a 1 1 0 0Bunkle
Runkle ss 1 1lalfel 1 I 4 1 1Lafly
lalfel Lafly f 5 1 1Schafirer l 1 1Scher
Schafirer i b 5 1 1Elsey 1 l V V0
Elsey 3 b i 0 0McHale S I 0 0McHa1
McHale c f t 0 0Bamtelin I S 3 I IBandllnr
Bamtelin r f fSwindells 0 V j I ISwindeUn
Swindells c 4 4Drinkwater 3 1 0 5 5Drlnkwater1
Drinkwater p 4 0 0Total IT 1 1Total
Total 4 it itAB
sit iie iieaLB
AB R H PO A B BMuller EMuflerLf4
Muller MuflerLf4 L f 4 1 4 2 0 00 f fClark
Clark 1 b 4 o 3 lv > l 1Weed3b i iWeed
Weed Weed3b 2 b 4 0 l 2 l lGimlhi V Vthmihicf
Gimlhi thmihicf c f 4 4Hauaen 0 0 Z V V VHausenc4
Hauaen Hausenc4 c 4 4Ferrin 0 0 4 I I0
Ferrin r f 4 4Dohwis 0 0 2 1 0 0Dcimims
Dohwis 2 b 4 4Bruyette 0 2 4 Z ZBruyetteas
Bruyette Bruyetteas us 3 3Toxer 1 1 0 1 1 1Tozerp
Toxer Tozerp p 4 1 1Total 2 1 4 0 0Total
Total 3413fT 3413fTScore 34 2 13 27 W WScore
Score by 1 innings inningsButte inningButte
Butte IO0bO1I14 IO0bO1I14l4ita 1 4 4Hits
Hits 1 10l1O1Z1 0 1 1 T 1 X 1 SM SMErrors
i1 Errors 0 0 v 1 1 2 2Salt
Salt Lake 1020000113 1020000113Mite 020 l J JHit
Hit 1 104 0 4 1 11031343 11031343Errorsl 1 0 J l m mEarned
Errorsl Errorsl1arrod
Earned runeBotte runs Butte S Salt Lake S STwobase 2Twobase
Twobase hkeSenalfer t 2 Swindefto SwindeftoLally SwksdIkLally
Lally flacritice aCrIfC Mt IdtC13Ie McHaJe Muller 3tollerClark MullerClark
Clark Bruyette Stolen basos 1IStmWe4 1IStmWe4Hauaen weal wealHaueen
Haueen Bruyette Jooao on bsUende bsUenden seOle Bande Bandelin
lin n Struck out outWeld Ward Scnaffer Toser ToserDrinkwater TcaerDrtokwater
Drinkwater Left on baaentte oa es BnUe BnUeSeJt 10 10Salt
Salt Lake 8 Double pleynItenkle pleynItenkleSchfftr plays Rnnkle RnnkleSchaffer
Schaffer FtrrtnClaik Flint on errors errorsButte erroreButte
Butte 3 Salt Lake 2 Umpire tmeDavis tmeDavisi1me206 Oavta OavtaTfeae
i1me206 Tfeae 2 AtteaaaAcelte AtteaaaAcelteBOISE AttendancelieBOIB
BOISE Sj 8 SPOKA2OT 7 7 73iamhalIs
2 arshlls Home Hun Bunthe the Feature of ofkane ofthe
the Gam GamSpokane
Spokane kane Wash Jut JW13 M 9otse Sle0 took anVrkriY an anthr
VrkriY lead and couUued to bold It Itthreeghout
thr threeghout 9 out a fast game Vfeatwea wore woreMarafcaais wereterliaue
Marafcaais home ran Mad oonUnnal kcftIng kick kicking ¬
ing by the local team on Wsnin d dcteion do doCI3JOOL
cteion Score ScoreSpokane
R H H8meII
Spokane T 2
KTT s t tBatterteHoftK
BatterteHoftK and Stanley Sturkol
1 bontpeon and Haason HaasonUrtiMre
UrtiMre = WaM WaMFACTS 4 4FACTS
FACTS FOR THE FANS FANSIt
It will probably fSnter aaminat gaj Ttt Tttthis Tftthis
this afternoon afternoonPer afternoonPer
Per instructions front PrcOldent Loeetinphe Luang LuangVmpire
Vmpire Davis collected IKnaeh for W Wseu Wseuiaey m mKisey
Kisey iaey Schaffer and guoftCOT Jkoforo Aa Aagame thegame
game yesterday The Thelacked auiiMUtf were weretackee
lacked on by Umpire ward at atThere 0 0Jul
Jul 4 4Thete
There will be a doubleheader doubleheaderButte Sends Sendsafternoon
afternoon for the pnrpqae of goUhi na naof
of one of the postponed games between betweaaWalter betweenl3utte
Butte aad Salt Saltpostponed Lake LakeWalter
Walter Wilmoi Wilw Is busily engaged Ia Iaframhi
framhi Ira mips up a Wild West est exhibition ot otlironcbo oflroncbo
lironcbo busting and steer roping Th The
buelness ie due d to conic Off ff at Columbia Columbiagardens CohunWgardens
gardens near Butte next Sunday WB WBmot VUmot
mot has been hunting up bad horses and andwild andwild
wild steers all through Montana and ox oxIects o oiPcts
Iects to snow a good time to all woo
turn out outIf outIf
If Wttmot only had bte team at home he h hmight
might add another feature to the pro programmne ore oregramme
gramme bjr having the howling Co Cobattle Comanchea
manchea ot his dub pull off an Indtan IndtanWhen
battle battleWTien
When Captain Clark ct e to bat in inthe hithe
the third innine Inul h vaaa hafcdM l a b beau beaufu1 au auff
fu1 heuuet ie names namesff
ff an th them ptayers of the club e ub and stated statedthe statedthe
the gift was From the little fan who sit
I
IIER4LDSIWTS KALD SPORTS I
in the front row of the grand stand standThe atandThe
The natural query Is Who are the littletand little littlefan
fan tand The writing on the card was wasdrtlcateir wasdeuctelT
drtlcateir femlntaev At tai ab7 rate the thetoken thetoken
token was much appreciated by the theboys the1b0yS
1b0yS 1b0ySI boys boysHullef
I
Hullef and Clark continue to hit like all allout atgitout
gitout uLleret four and a EaOrIe EaOrIeeet
out of five enaneee while Clark grot three threeunities thrca
a sacrifice and a foul out with equal p pportunitles
portunitles unities One trouble troublewIth with the teams teamsting teen teenhItting
hItting ting lately is that the hits have nt ntbeen nhtbeee
been scattered among the r renough playOta playOtaesough
enough A more nearly even apportioifr apportioifrwent apporUe apporUeent
went ent would help liel out but this dees n nGt nGtof c cof
of course mean any of the boys should shouldreftwe shouldrote
rote hits when offered offeredThe offeredThe
The ladles Iadi should iboeIdnotI notforget fr the thedel MJ
del Invitation from the new newmSst maitsgc maitsgcmeNt
meNt to ° be b it Its guests today todayAmong todayAsnotLa
Among those wft who hit the ball sheufo sheufomentionedCharteyVSsrindelfe ah6U4Llit
lit mentionedCharteyVSsrindelfe mpenthiseji cberIeySpindeI vfm w wb43
Ht b43 off c ddjfbte deWbin did arbrftee bf bf0t Jpcgies JpcgiesMt
0t Mt of four thanes thanclieErokUe is i iThe
The eErokUe Elder dojwtflke this id id4fcr
4fcr isht fd are gqfcig ffer to togood threg thregshaken
good nno hard O tr team hi hixarer
shaken U w00kthL the jos ae aeL
L geWj roulided to ligain Froji Frojihis
his line on they intend te give the wa wafret
fret much trouble troubleJBldie trouble41e
JBldie 41e Quick came Into his own at atOmaha atOmaha
Omaha yesterday He held the St Joe Joeteam Joetrd
team down to two hit inta and wen a shut shutout shutoat ¬
out same rne despite the fact that his teq tetui tetuimass
mane fire errors behind hIm htmSTANDING hImSTANDING
STANDING OP THE TEAMS TEAMSPacific TEAtSPacific
Pacific National league LaaguePike leaguePlafcsiWw
PlafcsiWw Pike in L Le it t P i c ctIokne < g
Spokane tIokne tIokneBoise e 71R 71REfae 43 31 601 601National
Boise 9 9Butt VSua LU
Butt 7 a t ta3t
a3t a 4 i iS
S National XaaePiaaieWan Iseague IseagueJte
Jte PiaaieWan d Wa Lost P C
Mew lurk lurkGMeagO 13 710 710deeifo
GMeagO GMeagOdndnnaU deeifo 8K U 31 31cncInnau
dndnnaU dndnnaUFWtsfture 10 10Plttsborg
FWtsfture Jffi JffiSt 34 7I
St Louis LouisBoston I 37 l
Boston BostonBrooklyn jf 7 7Brooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynPhiladelphia 7 3 3PhuldehiM
Philadelphia M 22 22American 0 0AmeicaLeague
American AmeicaLeague AmeicaLeaguePlyeWon jLeague jLeaguera <
PlyeWon ra Lost P C CBoetnd
Boetnd 31 31devefnd 0 0Chlo
Chlo It 11 11NewS
NewS York 10 tS
devefnd devefndnadeiphi 14 4
ftld ftldltrot nadeiphi K KDatroft1
Datroft1 Datroft1Waehingtem
ltrot A 4 4O
Waehingtem a L17 i iWestern
WesternPlayed Western league leaguePlayed
Played iVbat Last P C
Colorado Springs W 4 632
Demrsi 83
Oiht OihtDee
Dee 3toinee 43 41 481
ft StJoeeph Joseph 7 as 4i 4 4 410
Sioux City TQ 8T K MS MSHATIONAIi 34 34NATIOAL
HATIONAIi LEAGUE TJEAGTJTEChicago LEAGUEChicago
Chicago July 2S 10Len Leac hittIa hitting by both
teama teamswas was the feature of the iSys days game
CWeago easily won by beaching theirs theirswhile theirswhile
while Briggs kept his well scattered At ¬
tendance 3 U 09 Score
R RE B B
Chicago w M 14innatl 0 0lamti
lamti innatlBStterIesBriggS
BStterIesBriggS tteries Briggs and XMg Kojlum KojlumPaltE KejiumPItz
PaltE a and d SchM SchklUZatJ0hntone T TUmpire
Umpire UZatJ0hntone UZatJ0hntoneBoatoL Johns tone toneBoston
Boston July 2K BOstM and Phlladel PhlladelPhie PhIladolphi0
Phie broke even in ma a double haadar hua r today
Attendance 2MI Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First game R H E
Philadelphia 7 9 0
Boston 1 i 5 5Batteries 3BttenlesFroeer
Batteries BttenlesFroeer Fraser and Roth McNlchols McNlcholsaad 1cNichoIsand
and Moran MontaUmpires MoranthapiresCarter
Umpires thapiresCarter Carter and Moran MoranSecond MoranSecond
Second game me E H E
Boston v V 4 S 1 1Philadelphia 1ThUadelpIiI
Philadelphia 1 w 0 S 3 0 0BatterfesFMiter 0DattenlesFlther
BatterfesFMiter and Needbam Corn
don and Roth RothtTBtpires RothIttsbmdg
tTBtpires Moran and Carpent c cgame
Ittsbmdg J2Pittbrrgisl Lou1 Lou1lne
game lne postpoaed rain rainNew rainNew
New York July M BrooklynNew York Yorkgame Yorkgmei
game postponed rain rainPACTETC rainPACIPIC
PACTETC COAST COASTLEAGUE COASTLEAGUESea 1RAGTTS 1RAGTTSSeji
Sea Francisco July 38 108arber Barber opposed opposedIMS
IMS 0 former comrades today and put forth forthevery forthevery
every effort to win but Shields was ateo ateon aleooil
oil n his nettle and pitched a superior superiorgame superIorLme
game Lme it was a light hitting contest with withO withtte
tte O vtattors patting w wp better fielding fieldingtan fieldingIlian
tan the Mcate Score
R H E ESeattle 2Seattle
Seattle 4 1 1 1San 1pn
San pn Francisco 1 3 5 5Batteries 5BattezlesBrber
Batteries BattezlesBrber Barber and Leahy Shields Shieldsami
ami Witeon WiteonTacotnaV 5 1 1Tncoma
TacotnaV Wash July 28 2The The cham chamVSbn0 i iIB
VSbn0 IB fought Portland eleven Innings to tobefore tody
dy before winning out on a base en balls ballsaad ballssd
aad sd hits br FitaceraM and Doyle The TheItching Thepltchlng
Itching honors were even both being beingeffective barnSeftectite
effective when hits meant runs Score ScoreThH2
1 R ThH2 ThH2raeoid H B BTneoaia
Tneoaia 3 16 1 1Portland 1Portd
Portland PortdS 2 93 93Batteries
S Batteries ttetIesItzgera1d Mtz erald and nd Hogan Hast Hast1an HastIngo
1an and Shea She Umpires UmpIresMcDOnald McDwHtld and andLoc andOeotneII
OeotneII OeotneIILo
Lo Loc Aagelee July 38 23Gray Gray was touched touchedup
up fwr lifts HKS wn when n they Were needed to toftore toore
ftore ore whtte B Bechanan ejwaan wes steady when whenMen whenmen
Men were on bases This Tb aprounts for forOM forthe
OM oe deihat e t of the locate There wero weromuqr werome
muqr me spectacular plays by the fielders fieldersof
of Moth sides dee Bernard made the roost roost88toatBa1ag moststoihlDg
88toatBa1ag catch of a line drive ever seen seenon
on 0 the Meat grounds Beer after a long longrun longrun
run for afoul crashed into the grand grandstand grandstand
stand and was knocked senseless for soy several soyoral ¬
oral minutes He clun cIuno lo the bell how however7 howevei
ever7 evei and n when he regained consciousness consciousnessstill
still oeM it in his buds Score ScoreR Score1ooAagelee
R H B BLos
Los 1ooAagelee Aaeoles 2 7 3 3CHilrtend 3mkIad
CHilrtend w 4 S sBatenieeGnay 3 3Batteries
Batteries BatenieeGnay Gray and Eager Bucaanan Bucaananand Bucliumanand
and Byrne ByrneOmaha
WBSTBT EGUE EGUEOmaliL
Omaha Neb July 2S 2Dep4te Despite five flveerrors fiveerrors
errors fey the home team Quick preventedthe prevented preventedthe
the visitors from 4orng by oj holing them themdown
down to two hits Rodaen was hit safely
fourteen times tlm Score 1
2112 H E EW
Oah W 14 a ae 5SIoux
e s 2 2tek
tek and Frees Hedeen and andStoux
SIoux City la July uty3Iex K Sfettx City t tay to
dy ay was shut out by Denvwr in an excel excellent excelteat ¬
lent gam Hutchtnsoa a new aequisi
then played third base lor Sioux OBX Blty BltyR
Score
R RILE II E
StonxCity e 4 3 3Denver 3Denver
Denver DenverBsttenieCadwallader 3 7
Bettertes BsttenieCadwallader Cadwallader and Kelly Vel Volorffnd
orffnd Lade
pee MoInes 1 i ADe folnos folnoswas
was beaten In tae last two nminc dng by a abatting
batting rally SUlimaa he college collegegttcher collegepitcher
pitcher was landed en for foarteen hl hlt bite bitetl
tl t at any on one ttnie me that he hoe al alhewed j
lowed thus far Score ScoreDes
R I H E EX
X Des > os Moines Moinescolorado 2 3 3Cotonieto
colorado Springs i 9 14 7 7Batteries 33ttenleStflbnan
3ttenleStflbnan Batteries SUHraaR snd mwne Thorn Thornton Thornt0 ¬
ton and BaermiM erWOM erWOMiBBICAN
AMBHICAH I BAGinB LBAG1TEPliu4s4ln BAGinBPalia4oi9da
Palia4oi9da July SS SflItuitj Dstrait suffered a ashutout ashutout
shutout today at the Mends of Henley HenleyAttendaace flenley4tt0d3lCS
Attendaace Zm Scorsi ScoruDetrot
B H IS
Detrot 1 2 ZSoiner
4 11 0 0Kltaon
Kltaon and Diltt Hen y nad nadNew
Soiner SoinerNew
New York July 20New New YoricSL Louis Louisgarae Louisgame
game postponed Po tPoiledJrats tPoiledJratsAIm3flIGAN rain rainAMTyRICAN
AMTyRICAN ASSOOTAnON1 ASSOOTAnON1At
At TrfjdoToledo T11dOTOI dO S LauisviBe utsvIfle utsvIfleAt t tAt
At Kauaas City Cltyiest First same Kansas KansasCity RneeaCity
City 0 IQnneapoHs 2 Second game San Kansas Sansee ¬
see City 2 Minneapolis I IAt IAt
At tedfcwapoiis indlanapolisLndiaaarioIjs UdiaaapoUs 2 Colum ColumhMs ColuIiMlIwukeeMilwaukee
hMs 4 4At
At MMwaukee MlIwukeeMilwaukee Milwaukee S SC St Paul G GValuaile 6Valwmble
Valuaile Horses Killed KilledNew KilledNew
New Ynrk Y k July 2S WhH attendtnff att0d1z the thesale
sale of the r RyaH hOmes at Brighton BrisntonE Brightonbeach
beach t y E 3 L l Graves was informed informedjftft Informedthat
that Ti bunt hd struck the stable at atGraved
Graved idlUng Dinah Shad and thc thctwI
twI I Greet Crosatag Mr Graves Gravesat
at jftft 3f for the Gravosend track to tontSo to1th
1th ntSo extent of WS Thaata Thaataat The eta etaUi
Ui 4eatrds04 oincr horses horsesWi
Wi edsftVr fil filMr
Mr iPn has a eomsignmcnt of horSes horSesI
I at Brighton today
HANION AND ANDNELSON ANDNELSON
NELSON TONIGHT TONIGHTWinner
Winner May Meet Victor of ofCorbettBriit ofCorbettBritt
CorbettBriit Match MatchGREAT MatchS MatchGREAT <
S
GREAT INTEREST IN BOUT BOUTLOCAL BOUTS BOUTLOCAL
S
LOCAL TIGWE BANS BBLTEVi BBLTEViEddie BBLIEVEiESON
iESON EAS EVDNCKANCE
4 4Eddie
Eddie Hanlon and Battling Nelson Kelsonmeet Nelsonmeet
meet ia Sax Francisco tonight before the thoHayes theHyes
Hayes Valley club in a twentyround twentyroundbout
bout whtoh promises to be one of the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest battles ever fought in the light lightweight lIghtweight ¬
weight class More interest seems to tocentered b bcentered
centered in the outcome of this contest contestthan conteztthan
than even ia the previous lightweight lightweightbattles lightweightbattles
battles Both fighters have an incentive incentivein
in winning tonights bout for it promises promisesa SrOmIseea
a chance to wrestle with Young Corbett Corbettfor Corbettfor
for honors Hankm stems mere enthus1sUc enthu enthusiastic ¬
siastic on this score than Nelson for it itwill ItsftI
will give him a chance to retrieve laurels laurelslest laurelshat
lest in his former match with Young
Cerbett CerbettNelson CorbetiNelson
Nelson is willing to meet all comers comersprovided cornersprovided
provided he wins from Hanion and hi hikiea htt httidea
idea seemto be the more the merrier merrierfor nerrIsrfor
for there te no one he will not tackle if iftgiven if ifgavcn
tgiven the opportunity opportunityKelson
The fight fans here have a Ionin for
Nelson since he defeated Spider Welch Welchand V elch elchand
and although they put his chances to towin towin
win equal with Corbetts they fear the theSan theSan
San Francisco boy is there with tee tnepoach teeLunch
poach and the science Both are in inaghters inugkters
aghters and put as much action into intoevery ntoevery
every round as possible Haaton has a acrouck acrauck
crouck which has puzzled many fighters fightersand flgInersand
and many think Nelson will be unable to
break through it However reports come
from the coast that Hanion intends to
drop his crouch and make a a standup
fight against Nelsen Nels n He thinks he can
hit harder and as Nelson is not conald conaldered conaftiered
ered as clever a fighter will have a bet ¬
ten chanee to win winF1PHTERS winFIHTERSARE
F1PHTERS FIHTERSARE ARE TRAINING TRAININGJeffords TRAIN ftW ftWJeffords
Jeffords and andGardner Gardner Working WorkingOuiForTVfatchat WorkingOut
OuiForTVfatchat OuiForTVfatchatButte Out For Itiatch at atS
S Butte ButteBuUe 1 1Butte
Butte Moot July 10There S There Is little littleelM littleelee
elM talked about in spotting rtretes aside asidefrom asidefrom
from the corning bout between Jim Jef Jeffords 1ef 1effordh ¬
fords and George Gardner and as the date datedraws datedraws
draws near when tie two Wg fellows dash dashbefore clashbefore
before the Montana Athletic club the theinterest theIflterimt
interest increases Beth Jeftords and andGardner andGardner
Gardner are confident of victory and this thisportends thispertendo
portends a redhot bout from the tap of ofthe ofthe
the gong Jeffords started light training1 training1today traintn traintntoday
today and will work lightly until Monday Mondaynext Mondaynext
next when he will begin the work that thatWill thatwill
Will shape him for his coming teat of skill skilland skilland
and prowess against one of the cJeverest cJeverestmen cieverestseen
men in the country
That Gardner expects to make the bat battle battie ¬
tie of his life is vouchsafed by the care he heis hema
is taking of himself and the formidable formidablearray formidablearrar
array of trainers he Is engaging for or the theopening theOpening
opening of his training Monday Big Joe JoeScnultz JoeSchultz
Schultz the Indian will be in Gardners Gardnersstabe Gardnersstabe
stabe as will also Hose Lafontise and andJack antiJa
Ja Jack Donahce who trained Jack OKeefe 2eefe
for his bout with Melody
Jeffords is now in the hands of Mark MarkShaugnessy MarkShaugnessy
Shaugnessy the famous trainer and one onetime onetime ¬
time clever pugilist Shaugnessy 13 will willing wfhl1u ¬
ing 1u to wager even money that his man manwin manwill
win put Gardner away In easy style al although although ¬
though he will take no chances on not nothaving nothaying
having the Californian in condition for fortho forthe
the battle of his life The words of Jack JackMunroe JackMunroe
Munroe are ringing in Jeffords ears Go Gobeat Gobet
beat Gardiner and I win sign 16 box you ou Ih Ihany 1kany
any place IB the United States StatesThis Stmtes StmtesThe
This Montana Athletic club has made the thehit thehit
hit of the season by giving gIvi Ms end of the thepurse thepurse
purse to the Colorado miners The club clubwill clubwill
will net accept one cent for the bout and andwill andwill
will have the union officials of the city cityon cityon
on the door to collect the money and di divide divide ¬
vide it It The success of the club in times timespast timespast
past makes it able to donate something somethingto
to the miners and the opening bout of ofthe ofthe
the fall season will be for the purpose of ofintroducing ofintroducing
introducing the programme to be carried carriedout carriedout
out this winter when other great fighters fighterslike fighterslIke
like Yanger and Herrcra will be booked bookedHerrera bookedHerrera
Herrera and Broad drew 4000 in Butte Butteand Butteand
and Herrera and Yanger drew almost almostthat almostthat
that amount but the coming match be between between ¬
tween Jeffords and Gardner is rfxuected to topack topeek
pack the Broadway theatre to overflow overflowing overflowing ¬
ing Jeffords is a revelation to oven his hismost hismost
most ardent admirers His two months monthssojourn monthssojourn
sojourn in Butte has worked wonders In Inhis inhis
his improvement He worKs like a light lightweight lightweight ¬
weight arid is equally us clever as asGardner asGardner
Gardner His strength is phenomenal phenomenaland
and he works away fast without effort effortHe effortHe
He is I one of the lightestfooted heavies heaviesin
in the ring and his strength was demon demonstrated ilemonstrated ¬
strated recently when he broke two ribs ribsfor ribsfor
for his brother George and put his apar aparring eparnlag
ring partner out for the count Since Sincethen Sincethen
then he has had a hard time getting Dig bigmep Digmen
men to spar with him but will have havebesides havebesides
besides Sbmughnesey Ike Hayes and pos possibly posaibly ¬
sibly one other heavy icon besides an anarray anarray
array of tight men to work hInt fast fastCTTRTSTTATT fastCEBSTIANGOT1DEOIISION
CTTRTSTTATT CEBSTIANGOT1DEOIISION CEBSTIANGOT1DEOIISIONQueanaii GOT DECISION DECISIONQueanan
Queanan lost a Eight ightby by lIaising His HisKnee EisKnee
Knee KneeSpecial KneeSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPecatello HrkLPecatello
Pecatello Ida July 28 28A A boxing cen cenlest ceC ceCipat
lest between Qutenan of Seattle and andChrietion amidChnietlon
Chrietion x of f tots place in a twentyreund twentyreundbout
bout came off here last night before beforesibly pos possibly ¬
sibly the tersest audience that has been beenpresent beenpresent
present to witness any fight that has hastaken hastakej
taken place placehere here for some years past It Itwas ItWas
was a good and a hard fight up to the thetenth thetenth
tenth round when Christian was given giventhe glventhe
the decision over Queenan on a foul It ItIs ItIs
Is claimed that there was foul wVk wrk all allthe allthe
the way through but ut In the tenth round roundQueecan roundQueecan
Queecan raised hid knee and the referee refereegave refereegave
gave the fight te Christian Queenans Queenanstemper Qucenanstemper
temper has been aroused by the action actionof actionUt
of his opponent in loaning on him and andtiring andtiming
tiring him out A great many of the thej9 i ispectators
spectators were of the opinion that Chris Christian j9 j9Man
Man was about done for when the foul foultook foultook
took place There is a probability of an anothr anoth
othr oth contest between the men mraTRYfNG menTRYfNG
TRYfNG OUT AUTOS AUTOSChauffeurs AUTOSChauffeurs
Chauffeurs Getting Ready For ForNext ForNext
Next Sunday Afternoons
Races RacesA
A number of drivers dntv s of automobiles automobileswere
were tryinjr out their machines on 1thu 1thutrack the thetrack
track at Calders J ric yesterday morn morning morntug ¬
tug preparatory to tothe the races next Sunday Sundayafternoon undnyafternoon
afternoon The dirt had Been beaked on onthe onthe
the outside of the course1 course so that Ue Uedrivers tiedrivers
drivers win not noLbe J > QblVl Qb4IOd d to slacken slackenspeed slackenspeed
speed on the curves H Cummings late lateof lateof
of Kansas City an expert on subjects subjectspertaining subjectspertaining
pertaining to motor cars stated that the thecourse thecourse
course is the best halfmile track for forsujtomeMles forautomh34los
sujtomeMles he has ever teen Bert ort Put FulIfer PutThy
Thy ran Samuel Kewhouses big car aronnft aronnfttne aroutditea
tea track and anticipates that he can do domile doa
a mile there in IM easily and maybe maybeIn maybe1n120
In 1n120 125 125Chapraan
Chapman Grunn and Staler are tram tramin trainInc I
in Inc herd fwthetr threeeoraerbd jnateh jnatehfivemile mnstehfivemile
fivemile ra mnotnroyele tt rcaele raefk race Kach has put putup pu puup
up 330 S8 and is anxious te get the ISO side sidebet sidebet
bet as the winner to to take alL IL The Thefollowing Thefoliowing
following have entered their machines in inthe Inthe
the fivemile amateur motorcycle race raceC raceS
S C Higgins of den IL C James S SC
C Sparks J W w Hudson H E Johnson Johnsonand Johnsonon
and on O E ttmery The hitter te a pro profasetonal protesslonal
fasetonal wheelman but will have an anamateur anamateur
amateur ride his machine The race is islimited Islimited
limited te motorcycles of threehorse threehorsepower threehorsepower
power or under underPreparations underPreparatiomma
Preparations are being made for the il illuminated Iiluminated ¬
luminated automobile parade which is te tetake totake
take place tomorrow evening through the thebusiness thebpslnese
business section t of > f the city cityPueblo cityPueblo
Pueblo ts In It ItColorado Itolorado
Colorado Springs Cole July 2 2SThe 2STheMilwaukee The TheMilwaukee
Milwaukee baseball franchise in the Wes Western Western ¬
tern league has been purcnasd jp p D J JWinkelstein JWinkelatein
Winkelstein of this city for 5SUX i00t0 The ThefranchiEe Tflefran
franchiEe fran hise is i held ia Pueblo which next nextseason nextseason
season will have a regularly uIaniy organlaed organlaedteam organisedteam
team in the Western leaguecircuit WinjijiMein Win Winkjalptein
kjalptein kt organizing the Pueblo AthjsiUC AthjsiUCa Atjisticueatico
a ueatico eciation Of whiehhe which hi will bfe b presTaont presTaontBaseball presillentC presillentBaseballLadies
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Baseball BaseballLadies Ladies ffje e today
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GOLF PLAYERS PLAYERSVAT PLAYERSI
VAT I AT SMOKY CITY CITYWill
Will Play For Forhe the Leyson LeysonCup LeysonCupSaturdayand Cup CupSaturday
Saturday Saturdayand and Sunday SundayBUTTE SundayS SundayBUTTEMEN
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BUTTE BUTTEMEN MEN HAVE IMPROVED IMPROVED3r IMPROVEDCEANCES
3r 3rCHANCES >
CHANCES ABOUT EQUAL Olf ONB ONBS ONB1tEsULT EHE EHESpecial
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Special to The Herald HeraldButte HeraldButte
Butte Mont July 2 23It It w ns s about about24S
24 24S a a m when the Oregon Snort Line Linetrain Linetrain
train bearing among other wwld wwldrenowned Id Idrenow
renowned renow qd people the Salt Lake golf golfteam golftenln
team arrived at the Butte station At AtZ
Z 3451 five Batte highbinders had boarded boardedthe boardedthe
the train and andwere were inquiring ve rejero4iSlY rejero4iSlYif Jfero s4y s4yif
if certain Salt Lake people wer wexe oh the thertrain thetrain
train They were but they stayed en n the thetrain thetrain
train until the sun was over the hills hillsAH billsAll
AH the members of the Salt Lake golf golfteam lf lfteam
team who will contest with the Butte Buttegolfers Buttegolfers
golfers Saturday and Sunday for th the Ley Leyson Leyson
son cup were out OR the links this morn morning mornleg ¬
leg and put in the greater part of the theday theday
day familiarizing themselves with the thestrange timestrange
strange course Nt NOw w the Butte counsels
3200 yards long It is full of guHies uflies en ensnaring ensnaring ¬
snaring sand pits and othep other obstacles obstaclesto
to stop the course of a badly driven bail bailFaces balla
Faces a ecu a Sand Pit PitFacing PitFacing
Facing the timid stranger when he hetees hetees
tees his ball to drive for the first bole boleis holeis
is a deep sand pit with steep embank embankments enibenkmoats ¬
moats considerably over M yards across acrossUnless acrossUnless
Unless the ball is driven truly the hole holeis ho1 ho1Is
is lost right there for it fa next to topoSsible Im Impossible ¬
possible to get the bad out once oncethe it seeka seekathe
the level of this pit pitOutside jILOutside
Outside of the first and home holes holeshowever holeshotveter
however none of the holes Is seriously seriouslybunkered serIouslybunkered
bunkered although a ball driven off the thestraight thestraight
straight course Invariably finds tr trouble troubleThe uWe uWeThe
The home bole is guarded by y two deep deeppits deeppits
pits on the left and a roxAind on the theright theright
right and woe to the golfer who drive driveanything drivesanything
anything but an absolutely straight bail bailFor ballJfor
For straight hard clean golf it is fir firsuperior frsuperior
superior to the Salt Lake course in that thatIt thatIt
It affords more variety of play with pen penalties penaities ¬
alties In the average more s severe vere but butwith butwith
with more play no difficulties aui and the thesatisfaction thesatisfaction
satisfaction of a low score scorePractice scorePnitcUce
Practice Play PlayNearly PlayNearly
Nearly all the Butte golfers who will willlay willplay
lay in tee tournament Saturday and andin andSunday
Sunday were out during the day playIng playIngIn
in two or four matches with the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake players Low scores were not eSc eScpected cxpeeled
peeled of most of the Salt Lake mnj men a astrange astrange
strange golf course holding too many dif difficulties dl C Cfleulties ¬
ficulties to surmount in a single days daysplay daysplay
play But some good scores were made madenevertheless madenevertheless
nevertheless and in spite of the play playbeing playbeing
being on a course new to them the thechances thechances
chances Judging from rein todays ph play y are areat areat
at least even that the Salt Lake golfers golferswill golferswill
will win out Frank McGurrin who has hasbeen hasbeen
been nursing a badly sprained wrist for forten forten
ten days played with the injured mom member momher
her tightly banoasred and made a modal modalscore medalscore
score of i3 3only only two strokes over b boey sy
for the course Undoubtedly he will May Mayand playand
and this will strengthen the Salt Lake Laketeam Laketeam
team greatly Holmaa the Neator of ofthe ofthe
the team tied McGitirins score and In Incidentally Incidentahly ¬
cidentally played an an all square match matchwith matchwith
with Green the chjb Instructor who will willplay willplay
play In the tournamfent and whom the thehis theButte
Butte players confidently expect to win
his game
Hodgensand Copp CoppThe COppThe
The best match o the day was between betweoaT
T 31 Hodgens wp will play second on onthe onthe
the Butte team anc a Arthur Capo Bach Bachmade Bachmade
made a medal sound of B for the nine nineholes nineholes
holes coming out all au square on their UtefrSteiner theirmatch
match ThIs is ode aqike above the as astabhished
tabhished bogey Ih te course hale haleSteiner
Steiner Officer aiHjLSatterlee all did welt weKconsidering1 weltconsidering
considering the strtfnge course Hale had hada
a little trouble with his driving but this thisgenerally thisgenerally
generally is nis strongest game and his histeam k kteam
team mates do not worry about this thisTomorrow thisTomorrow
Tomorrow will be devotee to hard work workaround workaround
around the green learning the approach approachshots appreechshots
shots and putting The greens are much rauohslower muchslower
slower than those of the home course
but the ball runs much truer and with withanother withanother
another days practice the chances of the thecup thecup
cup returning1 to Salt Lake undoubtedly
will be much brighter As the teams teamssized teamssized
sized up on todays play the result may
depend on a single gnraex gnme The Butte Buttegolfers Buttegolfers
golfers have improved so much since
their disastrous tournament last year at
Sail SaiL Lake t6 that 11 there F te ne comparison comparisonand
and with thorough acquaintance with withJ
their home course they are inure than thanconfident
confident J that the coveted cup will re ¬
main in their club house until sext miexOsenon se4son
at least leastAt leastAt
At any rate the play will be much doe closer doeer ¬
er In every gam than was the result last 1st3TRONGIACTNG
year yearSTRONG
STRONG 3TRONGIACTNG RACING CARD CARDBicycle CARDBicycle
Bicycle Races RacesTonight Tonight Promise Promiseto
to be Among the Best of ofthe ofS ofthe
the Season SeasonOwing SeasonOwing
S
Owing to the length of the program proglam i
the bicycle races at the saucer track will willcommence willcommence
commence promptly at eirtt oclock to tonight tonIght ¬
night The ten mil mIIeinotorpeeed 4notorpaecd race be behind behind ¬
hind windshields between Hardy Downing Downingand
and John Chapman was pj pgerented y ated by bybursung v th thbursting
bursting of a tire and the jain yam last Wednesday wed i inesday
nesday evening and will take place to tonight tonight
night being the first event on tb pro programme i igramme
gramme grammeThe grammeThe <
The professionals will have a twomile twomilehandicap twomitehandicap
handicap la lap race and the amateurs a athreemile athreemile
threemile open lap race The novice race raceproved raceproved
proved so popular at the last meet that thatr thatanother
another will be rue oft toniglit the die dietance
tance being one mile J B Grey r y win do dosome dosome
some trick riding rklin between the races The Thelast Thelast
last number on the programme will be bea bea
a freeforall fivemile open motorcycle motorcyclerace
race which the management describes a aan as asan
an excitinz event eventThe eventThe
The number of riders who had planned plannedto
to participate in the worlds ehamplcfc ehamplcfcship champloOship
ship ra rna S atJSt at St Louis early next month monthhas monthhas
has dwlndletrdown to two Hardy Down Downing Downlag ¬
lag and George Collett These have hv not notprobably notyet
yet ftlLy ma up their mtnda but wilt I Iprobably
probably leave tomorrow tomorro If they g gAMERICAN gO gOAMERICAN
AMERICAN FORK FORKDEFEATS FORKS FORKDEFEATS
DEFEATS LEHI LEHISpecial LEHISpecial
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Special to The H Herald HeraldAmerican raM raMAmerican
American ForkJuly 21 Fully SM per persoq perseas
soq seas attended an exciting game of base baseball baSeball ¬
ball here this afternoon wnen the home hometeftm hometemn
teftm beat L LOh hi Uie score being S fo toIt 7 7It
It was the second ot a series of games gamesgame anes anesfor
for a purse of Lehi won th irat iratgame
game last week ThBEsdaj T The next nextgamewill nextgzmewlli
gamewill he played tnnorrow afternoon afternoonat
at Lent The score today ay innings inningsLehl InningsLehi
Lehl LehiAmerican 2 2 6 1 2 r rAmerican
American Fork i 1 I 0 0 2 1 d dLineup 8 8Lineup
Lineup LineupAmerican LineupAmenlan
American Fork Lehl LehlTherlott LehiPherlott
Therlott i C Ooats OoatsWalker oats oatsWalker
Walker P Smith SmithTurner SmithTurner
Turner IB 1 B i Bvans BvansVandrlH var varVandnihI
VandrlH VandnihIDunkle A B SRelly SRellyDankle
Dankle SB B Taylor TaylorBansr TaylorBang
Bang S S WhlC Whip1Le1 Whip1Le1IeItv le leKelly
Kelly L I F BBlL BBlLLawrence BkitLawrenctn
Lawrence R F Anderson AndersonSingleton ASrsonSingleton
Singleton C F W Whlpplei WhlppleiTime WhippleTime2iLi7mpIreWafltess
Time Time2iLi7mpIreWafltess Time2iLi7mpIreWafltessXayv1Ue 2d6 < IJmp1rc Waniess WaniessKaysville
Kaysville Boats 3eatsLaytin 3eatsLaytinKaysvllie ILsyton ILsytonKaysvllls
Kaysvllls July sThe The KaysviBeand KaysviBeandLayton iCaynvilie nd ndLayton
Layton baseball teams met aan sg rtaj yester yesterday
day and again Layton aytoe met defeat file filesame Thegame
same was not so good as tact weeks bat batthe butthe
the KaysviUe boys managed to keep their theiropponents thOiropponents
opponents score down to T i while they theymade theyspade
made 12 12The I
The local tarn needed sorae consolation consolationft
ft rot r the boys were skinned alive on aton atonday 4onday
day at Dexter park by the Morgan coUp county coUpty ¬
ty crack team including tae best players playerstrom pIserstrom
trom Moran and Peterson The saore saorewas seorewasl5tb2
was wasl5tb2 wasl5tb2I 15 to Z
I
Byanjs Horses Sold SoldBrighton SoldBrighton
Brighton Beaoh N Y July 2g ILThe ILThetire Tha en entire ¬
tire racing stable efJ at J Ryan wassold wassoldat
at BrlshtOtt boftch teeny The 3t otr r dfthe dfthesale < ff thei theisale
sale was Reliable the champion Sprinter Sprinterand hprlflterand
and weight carrier A Shields secured securedhim eturedhim
him for l5ii00 15 < X Eleven horsfci sold Wr Wra
a a total nf S72 S72Baseball 2672i3anebatlLadles
Baseball i3anebatlLadles Ladles free today
OGDEN NEYIS NEYISOce
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueTelephone AvenueTe1cphonc
Telephone 14 14DR 14w 14DR
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DR FORBES VERY ILL ILLUndergoes ILLUndergoes
Undergoes Operation For Ap Appendicitis Appendicitis ¬
pendicitis ai Hospital and andis andIs
is in Critical Condition ConditionrDr ConditionDr
Dr H B Farbes county physician for
Weber 1 Obhr county ts iyin iying critically ill at tae
Ogdea general bcspitial hspit l where he submit submitted sbmlttd ¬
ted to aa operation for appendicitis at t 5 5oclock
oclock 0 clock last evening His sudden and andscrldus andseniqus
scrldus illness came as a severe shock to tohis tohis
his many friends In Ogden On Tuesday
he attended the meeting of the board of ofcounty vfcounty
county commissioners apparcBtly 4n the thebest thebest
best of health and ou Wednesday he heattended beattended
attended to his office practice although althoughsomewhat althoughsomewhat
somewhat indisposed Yesterday his ill illaess Illness
ness was so serious that Drs Perkins and andJ andJoyce
J Joyce yce werecaed to attend him They Theyfound i ifound
found him suffering from an acute and anddangerous anddangerous
dangerous attack of appendicitis He was wasimmediately wasImmediately
immediately removed to the hospitalwhere hospital hospitalwhere
where the two surgeons assisted by Dr DrBrick DrBrick
Brick performed the operation They Theyreported Theyreported
reported the case an aggravated one and andsaid andsaid
said that the patients condition was crit critical cnitical ¬
ical Toward midnight he rallied consid coosidrably j
erably and his attendants were more morehopelul monthopelul
hopelul of his recovery recoveryXA1rlTNATION v vATION
XA1rlTNATION ATION IN PBOGSESS PBOGSESSHearing PBOGBESSEctning
Hearing in Glenwood Park Explosion ExplosionN ExplosionCase
N Case CaseThe CaseThe
The preliminary examination of O P PAnderson PAnderson
Anderson Kid Austin and Oliver Due Duecharged Duecharged
charged with involuntary mawrtaugiiter mawrtaugiiterIn
In connection with the Glenwood Parkaccident Park Parkaccident
accident of NJuly 4 when by the bursting burstingof
of a mortar at the fireworks sjtand and two twopersons twopersons
persons wore killed was completed yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon Justice HoweHhas Howell has the thematter themattet
matter under advisement and will render renderhis renderhis
his decision Saturday morning
The evidence yesterday was mostly such suchashas suckas
ashas as has beenheretofore been heretofore published New Newwitnesses Newwitnesses
witnesses were Chas Slater and John M MBrowning MBrowning
Browning the Inventor Slater saw Due DueIn Duein
In the company of two women a little littlewhile littlewhile
while before starting of the fireworks and andoverheard andoverheard
overheard a conversation when Due sent sentone sentone
one of them for whiskey later taking the themoney themoney
money and going himself when the woman womanreported womanreported
reported that the bartender would not notsell notsell
sell to her herMr herMr
Mr Browning testified generally as to tothe tothe
the general chemical and physical facts factsrelating factsrelating
relating to explpsions expl aions ana the results in incertain jncrta1n
certain cases if bombs should be placed placedupside placedutslde
upside down in the mortar mortarFOUIO mortarPOUND
POUND BOYHOOD FEIEND FEIENDSanta PBIB PBIBSanta
Santa Cruz Man Makes Discovery in inUnusual inUnusual
Unusual Way WayBecause WayBecause
Because a new found friend robbed him himof himof
of his watch and J16 Elmer Van Bureft Bureftan
an old prospector from Santa Crue Cal Calfound Calfound
found a boyhood iiteymate of long ago and andhad andhad
had more than tt worth of reminiscent reminiscenttalk reminiscenttalk
talk Wm Critcbtow the day jailer at atthe atthe
the police station and Van Bitten played playedtogether playedtoget4ier
together in Garden Grove Iowa more nierethan morethan
than fifty years ago but the families familiesthe tmnIhtessemmated
semmated When Vn Buren waist to tothe
the police station to report his Iocs e it itdid itdid
did not take them long to discover that thatthey thatthey
they had been boys together and It Is Isdoubtful ISdoubtful
doubtful if Mr Van Buren regret that thatho thate
ho e was robbed robbedBABN robbedF
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BABN BUENED BUENEDHathias utEDTmlathias
Hathias Hinchcliffe Sustains Consid Considerable Considenable ¬
enable Loss LossA LossA
A iarge barn and vehicle house belong
iiteing to Mathias HinchcKffe burned yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon entailing a toss of ofabout ofabout
about SOW The barn was in the rear of ofMr ofMr
Mr Hinchcliffes residence corner of ofTwentyseventh ofTwentyseventh
Twentyseventh street and Pacific avenue avenueIt
It caught fire from some dry grass grew grewing grewlug
lug about it which had tin in some way be become becomb ¬
come ignited The blaza was not noticed noticedby noticedby
by any except children chtidrenuimtiI until the barn was waspretty waspretty
pretty much in flames and all the de department dopartmelmt ¬
partment could do was to save adjoiningproperty adjoining adjoiningproperty
property
OPERA HOUSE LEASE LEASEProposition LEABProposition
Proposition of Erlanger tc Klaw Still StillUnder StillUnder
Under Consideration ConsiderationJoseph ConsiderationJoseph
Joseph Clark has returned from Port Portland Portland ¬
land and Baker City where he went to tomeet tomeet
meet with John Court and disease the thematter thematter
matter of Court who represents the theKlaw theKiaw
Klaw and Erlanger syndicate taking the theOgdan theOgden
Ogden Grand opera house on A lease leaseThe leaseThe
The twp gentlemen together with David DavidEccles DavidBccles
Eccles met and talked the business over overNo overNo
No arrangement was definitely concluded coiichtdedalthough concludedalthough
although the matter is still under con consideration conskieration ¬
sideration each side having matte the theother theother
other an offer offerIrrigation offerIrrigation
Irrigation Co Gets Injunction InjunctionThe
The directors of the Eden Irrigation 11rrigationcompany Irrigationcompany
company yesterday secured a temporary ttemporaryInjunction temporaryinjunction
injunction against Milo Sharp and others othersresiding othersresiding
residing In the vicinity of Fan arr West WestThe WestThe
The temporary injunction was secured tn tnconnection Inconnection
connection with a suitfiled suit flIetI against the thedefendants thedefendants
defendants to protect the rights of the theOgden timeOgden
Ogden company The complaint alleges allegesthat ahlegasthat
that on July 27 Sharp and his associates associatestore assodatestore
tore down tire dam used by b the company companyto
to divert water of the North Fork into intotheir Intotheir
their irrigation canal They claim that thatthe thatthe
the rights of the Eden Irrigation company companygo
go back to 1S61 and that the county court courtradognized courtreigsised
radognized those rights by ordinance in in8iS
1378 8iS They aek that the temporary in injunction injunction ¬
junction be made permanent permanentHas permanentHas
Has Automobile Inenfion Incnionitlerrls j jMorris
Morris Hardman returned yesterday yesterdayfrom i ifracn
from San Francisco accompanied by Mrs MrsHrdman Mrsflardman
Hrdman He is interested i In an inven invention Inventine ¬
tine intended to make a great improve improvement ImprovemOnt ¬
mOnt in automobiles making It possible to tooperate tooperate
operate them as weal as gasoline epgiacs epgiacsat
at a great saving ofVovrer Mr Hardraan Hardraanlias Hardmnhas
has a number of f influential ea eapitallete > tailsts as asHoclated assoclated
Hoclated with him in a company that he hehas hehas
has formed The business has gotten be beyond beyond ¬
yond the experimental stage puring his hisrecent hisretment
recent visit to the coast tests were made madeby madeby
by actually operating engines constructed constructedon
on the new olan As several matters mattersconnected mattersconnected
connected with putting the device upon uponthe uponthe
the market are not completed Mr Hard Hardmail Hardman
mail could not discuss in detail the work working worklng
ing of the machine machineOgden machineS
S Ogden Brisfs BrisfsMrs i3niefsIlirs
Mrs John Rusbraer te back from time tfeeea timecoat
ea coat coatGeneral L LGeneral
General perlntendentt S Buckingham Buckinghamwent
went west yesterday In his private car carC carC
C T Kuutewsky of Salt Lake was as in inOgSen
Ogden yesterday yesterdayF
F P L Woods returned yesterday from fromwhich fromEtito
Etito Neitajia bringing esoburatIng esoburatIngports
ports from the Uie3ciipSe mines of ofwhich
which he Is secretary secretarySaperintendent secreta secretaSuperIntendent
SuperIntendent W R Scott returned returnedyesterday returnedyostesday
yesterday from rein a trip of inspection over overlife overlife
life Salt Lake division of the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific PacificT Pacificmlt
T mlt > orcaaisaUon of Company B of tl the thettah e eUtah
Utah National Guard made necessary by bytne bytao
tao resignation of Captain George H HGraves 1IGraves
Graves resulted in the election of W S SKneasB BKtmusn
KneasB captain A L Londbn first lieu lieutenant 11411tenant ¬
tenant and H D Wells second lieuten lieutenant lieuteflant ¬
ant S SSheriff
antSheriff
Sheriff Bailey went yesterday to Green GreenRiver GreenBlvuz
River to bring back Michael Daly arrest arreated arrested
ed by the sheriff of that place on request requestof requontofficers
of officers here The charge against Daly Dalyis
is that he broke into Southern Pacific Paetflei
i rductor Revor Beyor8 caboose some time ago agoand neand
and stole ten dollars In cash with other otheruaoiee other00tsO
uaoiee uaoieeA 00tsOA
A charge has been announced to Union Unionar IJUJOUPacific
Pacific emp1p8s promoting W H Bar Barton ar arto
ton traveling auditor of hotel accounts accountsto
to traveling auditor of hotel adcdunta He Hewill Hewilt
will be succeeded by J H Bvahaett and anctother andother
other employee will each advance a step stepThe stepThe
The promotions prmotIoiiiiarc are effective August 1 1Tho 1The
The savings department of the Pin Plngree Pingree
gree National hank will remain open openon opentl
on Saturday nights until S p m for the thepurpose theiurpose
purpose of accommodating those who whowish whowish
wish to make savings xleposits xlepositsCRICKET i1eposIisMEETING
CRICKET CLUB CLUBMEETING
MEETING ADJOURNS ADJOURNSThe
The Inclement weather prevented preventedmany preventedmany
many from attending the business businesssession businesssessioti
session of the Salt Lake cricket club last lastevening lastevening
evening As both the president and secre secretary secretary ¬
tary were absent it was decided to ad adjourn adjourn ¬
journ until next Thursday nlstt when whenanother whenanother
another session will be held In Odd Pal Fellows Pallows ¬
lows hall on Market street streetPractice streetPractice
Practice at the Liberty park grounds groundscontinues groundscontinues
continues each evening Secretary Alfred AlfredColHs AlfredCohlls
ColHs is endeavoring to arrange a game gamewith gamewith
with the Park City eleven for the neac neacfuttins a afutUre
futUre and auda a match with Butte later laterth la lathtrfseason
thtrfseason th ao The Salt Lake players wig wigendeavor WI WItiudeevor
endeavor to keep in condition for thees theeseventa these thesecvtnta
eventa by dally traiainB
SJATtjt NEWS NEWSSENT
SENT TO THE THEASYUJM THEASYUJMDavid ASYLUM ASYLUMDavid
David Prescott of Farmington FarmingtonWho
Who Tried to Burn Out Bish Bishf
f 5 op Secrist is Insane InsaneFarrnfasrton InsaneFarmngton
Farrnfasrton July 27 2TDavid David Prescott of ofBountiful OfBountiful
Bountiful was yesterday examined as to tohis tohis
his sanity before Judge Rolapp and com committed cornmltted ¬
mitted to the asylum The unfortunate unfortunateyoung unfortunateyoung
young man was taken into fcastody on onSecrist oncomplaint
complaint of Bishop Jaccmi Secrist of ofc ofFarmingion
Farmingion who couhidered him unsafe unsafeto
to be t c large It wasonly by the hard hardest bardemit ¬
est work that Mr Secrists stacks and andbarns andbarns
barns and house were saved from destruc destruction deatruetion ¬
tion by fire set by Prescott one evening eveninglast evenInglast
last week in the dry grass near the theyards theyards
yards yardsThe v vThe
The July term of the district court was wasbrief wasbrief
brief Only probate matturs and minor minormotions minormotionS
motions were attended to yesterday and andcourt andcourt
court adjourned for the term termThe termThe
The Davis Stake Relief societies held heldtheir neldtheir
their conference here today It was re reported roported ¬
ported that some of the societies had hadstored nadstored
stored quite large quantities of wheat wheatInstructions wheatInstructions
Instructions were given that the wheat wheatshould wheatshould
should not be removed from the gras granaries grasaries ¬
aries as has been the custom when whenprices whenprices
prices are high and relumed when grain grainIs
Is cheaper but that it be always retained retainedon
on hand in case of emergency and short shortage shortage ¬
age
SATSVTLTE NOTES NOTESKaysville NOTESKaysvtlie
Kaysville July 28 28The The North KaysvlUe KaysvlUeSunday laysv1lioSunday
Sunday school had an outing in John Situ Simmons Situmans ¬
mans grove this afternoon The festivi festivities festivities ¬
ties were at their height when the cud sudden cudden ¬
den storm cut them short shortJohn shortJohn
John R Barnes celebrated his 71st 71stbirthday 71stbirthday
birthday today This evening members membersof
of Ms family called and spent a happy happytime happytime
time with him htmTRYING himTRYING
TRYING UEtGHBOBHOOD SOWS SOWSWarm BOWSWarm
Warm Weather Brings Multiplicity Multiplicityof
of Trouble in Police Court Courthas CourtPark
Park City July 22The cit police court courthas
has been engaged for the i itrytor iikst two days daystrying
trying cases which are the result of ofneighborhood ofneighborhood
neighborhood rows Yesterday Mrs MrsKaufman MrsKaufman
Kaufman swore to a complaint charging chargingfamily charingMrs
Mrs Chestnut and the members of her hertamliy
family with destroying property Sev Several Severa ¬
eral era witnesses were examined and one of ofthe ofthe
the Chestnut girls was found guilty of ofbreaking ofbreaking
breaking windows in Mrs Kaufmans Kaufmansboose S Shouse
house Sentence will be passed today todayTodays todayTodays
Todays case is one in which the same sameparties seineparties
parties are implicated and Mrs Chestnut Chestnutand Chestnutand
and Dwayn Mahew are charged with withkeeping withkeeping
keeping a disorderly house houseOn houseOn
On Norfolk avenue too there Is a row rowOH
OH 0 and this case will likely be th the star starattraction starattraction
attraction at the police court tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The members of the Park lodge 3o o 734 734B 731B
B P O K are making elaborate prep preparations preparationo ¬
arations to entertain their lady friends friendson
on a Monday evening Aug 1 Cards and anddancing anddancing
dancing will be the theorder order of the evening eveningNext eveningNext
Next Sunoay the Park City ball team teamand teamand
and the Cloaveland Commission company companywill companywill
will play here In view of the fact that thatthe thatthe
the visitors have to go back on the after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon train the game will be called at
1239 The two teams met once before beforethis beforethis
this season and Park won by a narrow narrowmargin narrowmargin
margin so the superiority of the teams teamswill teamswib
will be contested l for Sunday SundayLast SundayLast
Last night the fire department held its itsregular itsregular
regular meeting with an exceptionally exceptionallylarge exceptionallylarge
large attendance present The firemen firemenpassed firemenpaseed
passed a resolution to ask the council councilto
to move on the subject of twowheoted twowheotedchemicals twowheeledchemicals
chemicals or to equip the old chemical chemicalengine chemicalencine
engine with horses so as to make that thatvehicle thatvehicle
vehicle useful as welt as an ornament ornamentThe ornamentThe
The quick response made to a fire on onJuly onJuly
July 4 t when a team was kept at the theengine theengine
engine house demonstrated to the antis satisfaction antisfaction ¬
faction of the citizens what a material aid aidsuch aidsuch
such an Improvement would be The Thetendency Thetendency
tendency in Park has been to improve improvetite
time fire protection of the town townJ
J 1 C liltams vice president of the theestern theesters
esters Federation of Miners will be bein bein
in Park City Saturday evening sad will willdeliver willdeliver
deliver a lecture on the Colorado situa situation sttuation ¬
tion The lecture is free and open to all allwae altwho
who desire to hear it itThe itThe
The Family theatre this week has been beenplaying beenplaying
playing to extraordinarily large houses housesowlne housesowinc
owlne to the fact that it is running the thePassion thePassion
Passion May as the subject f Or r the theFred theinoving
inoving plctures plcturesFred
Fred Heffron came up upfroni from tho th capital capitalthis capitalthis
this morning to speed a a few days daysWilliam dasWilhlum
William RaId was on the outgoing train trainthis trainthis
this afternoon afternoonJ
J > C Hooper is spending the time be ¬
tween trains in Par today todayrnlng
George lanning returned from Salt SaltLake
Lake this ihornlng > rnlng
F C SeaboIB was among the morning morningarrivals morningarrivals
arrivalsMiss arrivals arrivalsKiss
Kiss Lund left this afternoon for Amer American Amerlean ¬
lean Fork ForkEBd ForkJSd
EBd Walker Walker was among the returning
Parkites mom Zion today todayPBOBABLY todayPB0BABLY
PBOBABLY WOBE OF BOYS BOYSPetty EOYSPetty
Petty Thieving Eerpstrated P petrnted on Pay Payson Payson
son son People at Spanish Fork ForkPayson PorkPayson
Payson July 28 2SA A case of theft is re reported reported ¬
ported from Spanish Fork The Payson Paysonfirst Paysonhlirat
first ward wardCholr Choir at the request of Presi President President ¬
dent Page and Stake Chorister Done Donrwent Donewent
went te Spanish Fork last night to at attend attend ¬
tend a practice of the stake choirs While Whilethere Whilethere
there some miscreants stole from the thebuggtas thebuggies
buggies three whips two lanrobes laprobes and andnumerous anJnumerous
numerous other articles Not content contentwith contentwith
with this they took all the rings off the theharness theharness
harness of one outfit and partly from fromanother fromanother
another anotherThe anotherThe
The Payson ball team is prtfetlcinp daily dailyfor j
for its game with AmerJcam Fork at atLagoon atLagoon
Lagoon on Aug I The ThUPayson Payson silver silverbond i iban
bond ban of twenty pieces will accompany accompanythe
the excursion on that day and it is ex expected oxpected ¬
pected that 250 tickets will tie sold from fromthys frornthits
thys point pointA
A baby boy was born Wednesday to toMr toMr
Mr and Mrs Nv T Ames AmesThomas AmesThomas
Thomas Pack who came down from fromKaraas fromKazns
Karaas Monday with a pair of fast pie pmcing pielag
lag horses returned home Wednesday Wednesdayh <
h ha not meeting with any possibility of a arace i irace
race here We learn however that While Whilein
in SpanishFork Spaniel Fork he e offered to make a awager aaager
wager of 3O 5 to race either of his horses horsessingle horsessingle
single or double onehalf mfle ml against againstthree againstthree
three horses horsosowned owned there by Allies Jones Joneand Jonesand
and Boyock the race to take place on onany onany
any road in Utah county The only hitch hitchhi
hi the agreement was that the Spanish SpanishFork SpanishFork
Fork people wanted tt to > race on a race raeecourse racecourse
course and Mr Pack did not Bet in all allprobability allprobability
probability the horses will come together togetherill
ill the n near nr future futurePKOVO futurePBOVO
PKOVO HEWS NOTES UOTESPmvo NOTESPrevo
Pmvo July 28 21WillIam William Nichote died diedat diedat
at the Provo hospital last evening from fromparalysis frontIenalysta
paralysis at the age of 58 years The Thedeceased TheOeceased
deceased was born in Chatham England Englandand Englandand
and came to Utah about eighteen years yearsago yearsago
ago Since that time he line been en enfised engaged
fised in the hardware and later in the thefurniture thefurniture
furniture business In this city The fu funeral inmieral ¬
neral will take place from the Third ward wardmeeting wardmeeting
meeting house commencing at 1 oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowJohn tomorrowJohn
John Wendell Beasley the 12yearold 12yearoldSOB
SOB of Mr and ndMrs Mrs Samuel H Beasley Beasleyof
of the First ward dropped dead last lastevening ladevening
evening while playing with some children childrennear childrennear
near his fathers home Young Beasley Beasleyappeared Beasleyappeared
appeared in good health during the day dayand dayand
and his death was a great shock to the thefamily thefamily
family He has ha suffered some from weak weakness weakness ¬
ness of the heart which was the cause causenf causeof
nf his death The funeral will be held heldSaturday heldSaturday
Saturday from the First ward meeting medtin medtinhouse
house Services will commence at ateclocl 2 2e
e eclocl ecloclThe clock clockThe
The following births have beenreport beenreported been report reportoil ¬
ed A son to each of the following faint ¬
lies Mr Mrand and Mrs A H Dc Lmng Mr Mrand
and Mrs John H Stratton and Mr and andXTB andbrs
XTB J F Snyder SnyderThe SnyderThe
The First ward enjoyed an outing at atthe atthe
the lake resort today todayThe todayThe
The Tabernacle choir will have an out outing outlug ¬
lug at the lake resort on Tuesday TuesdayMise TuesdayMiss
Miss Vesta Eggertsen Eggertzenand and Frank Ahlan Ahlander Ablanden
den popular young Provo people have haveperpetrated haveperpetrated
perpetrated a great surprise on their theirfriend theirfriends
friend by Quietly leaving their home hometown hometown
town Tuesday evening They were mar married mariled ¬
ried Wednesday and left for San Fran Francfeco Frandeco
deco where they expect to reside for forabout forabout
about a year yearMODENA yearMODENA
MODENA HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGSModen HAPPENINGSModoii
Moden July 28 26J J C Peasley and wife wifepassed wifepsed
passed through here yesterday on route routeto
to Mttforft where tney tee will visit their theirdaughter theirdaughter
daughter Mrs Irs E F Fteudenthal The ThePeasleys ThePeasleys
Peasleys are among the early settlers of ofPioche ofPloche
Pioche and the sight of the San Pedro Pedrotrain Pedrotrain
train as it pylled into Modena was some somewhat somewhat
what of a novelty to Mrs Pcasley wht whthad whhad
had not seen a railroad nor train sine sinecoming sinecoming
coming from California to Pioche thirty thirtyfive thirtyfive
five years ago agoT
T 1 r C Xf Muldoon tl > r > r f the > o morMiant merchant nf nfline of Stdte Stdteline
line passed through ftere today on his hisway hisway
way home from an Inspection 6f some somevaluable somevauabho
valuable copperhearing mining claims claimswhich claimswhich
which he owns In Arizona south of f St StGeorge StOcerge
George GeorgeIs OcergeThe
The 2 i Mining company of Ploeho Ploehois
Is teaming another carload of ofcopper silver and andcopper
copper orts to Modena for shipment to toa toa
a smelter at Murray MurrayDadiQela5ertone MmlrriyDad
DadiQela5ertone Dad Coinbert one of tbaprlnciDal tbaprlnciDalprop the pninipa1 pninipa1property
prop property rtyowners oWners of 0 Pioche took the train trainfor trdlnfor
for Milford yesterday where h he jroca to tocongratulate tocongratulate
congratulate Colonel B Fi Freadenthal
on his appointment as mature of the theilajeitfc theMajesIc
ilajeitfc company Dud d is iv 4 ye yeams yeamsof j a aof
of agtaand thTS fsUt Ittt tin he has hasi hasbeen
i been away awateeui fiwm bimns bpmsroar in twoiitvfivo twoiitvfivoyoai
yoai roar Hotfs Ho IC a staanch admirer f Mr MrJt Mrireudeathu1crftx
Jt < reudenthalaifis 4 wspry sairy and an aint as a aman aman
man of 4 46 46Henry < L LHenry
Henry JJeatnett of P ecr r Lodsri Ncv Ncvleu Nevice
ice leu for or Salt Lake GtQ yciterd yciterdETTEEKAS yeteMEUBEXAS
ETTEEKAS TAX EOTrY EOTrYlureka LBVYEureka
Eureka Joly tiJefty Th cttv council has hasfixedthe hasfixed
fixedthe fixed the t Ida x levy Utor b this year at 20 20mills
mills divided as foiHiws Gtnem fund fundmiUsr fundrnills
miUsr water fund M milts street fluid faaUfe
2 fe mIlls sevtr sewcrupd fund Mi 1 1n 1Grand mJHs mJHsGrand
n < > >
Grand Circuit Bacon EacasDetroit BaconDetroit
Detroit July 2S 10Umand Grand circuit sum summarj summar
marj marjTwoseveat mar marTwosveutetp
Twoseveat Twosveutetp n pace p pse re 52W > three threeIn threeIn
In five heats lientsEob Bob Hughes w atom n rtir rtirstraight rhrtstraight
straight heats ft n 2OCU 2l 2 M4 214l V + John JohnBurns JohnBurns
Burns Gypoy Gp y Oiri Hal Freda ArfiroFc ArfiroFcGlad AIhrUGlad
Glad Belle Vernon and Bonnie Treasure Treusurealso Treasurealso
also started startedTwotwentyfour startedTwotwentyfour
Twotwentyfour pace Chamb < r of ofCommerce OfCommerce
Commerce consolation pore two in I n three threeheat threeheatsAngus
heat heatsAngus sAngus Pointer won two sir light lightheats iightheats
heats in 2W 20014 2g 2gTwotwentyflv
Twotwentyflv trot puree B5 13 thrc thrcin threin
in five ehats ehatsTeta Tvta won three straight straightheata straightheats
heats in 2Ol U i 21 13S 4 214 llUve Silver SilverOre SilverOre
Ore Katberyn It Silvester Florest and andMary an1Mary
Mary Scott also started startedTwofive zirtedTwofive
Twofive pace posse JISW two in three threeheats threeheathFrank
heathFrank heats Frank Yoakitm won two straight straightboats straightheats
boats in S05U 205 343K W4 Frank Toakum Jo JoPoiaetr Joe JoePolnetr
Poiaetr Little Squaw and Lucanda a also alsostarted < cu custarted
started startedBaseball startedBaseballLadies
Baseball BaseballLadies Ladies free today todayKOLITZ todayI todayKOLITZEXCURSION
I
KOLITZ KOLITZEXCURSION KOLITZEXCURSIONTo EXCURSION EXCURSIONTo
To Ogden Sunday July 31 31Special 31Special
Special train leaves D R G depot
10 a m Returning leaves Ogd Ogdei < > r 10 p pm pIn
m Bicycles carried free on the trair trairSplendid traixSpletidid
Splendid outing for everybody Re Refreshments Refreshments ¬
freshments served free on train Trout Troutand Troutand
and chicken dinners ai the Hermitage HermitageFare HermitageFare
Fare 1M for the round trip tripBaseball tripBaseballLadles
Baseball BaseballLadles Ladies free today todaySALT todaySMT
SALT LAKE IAK TURf TURfE TU TUXCtA
E X XCtA C H A N 6 i iZE1TON E ESEUTO3ST
SEUTO3ST HOTEL HOTSICalifornia HOTELCalifornia
California and Eastern Hces HcesNOTICE BcccsNtlce
Ntlce NtlceNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATthe THATthe
the assessment of the tax levied by the tbecity thecity
city council of Salt Saltake Lake city Utah by byordinance byordinance
ordinance passed June 38th h 19M upon tile tnepropertyabutting tileproperty
propertyabutting property abutting upon alt ot lot o 2 the theeouth thesouth
south 875 t7 feet of lot 3 the th north 82S t feet feetof feetof
of lot 5 block 4 44 plat B Salt I Lake ke City Citysurvey CItysurrey
survey for the purpeee ot consttucting consttuctinga cousin ucting uctinga
a cement sidewalk six feet wiUf on n the theeast theeast
east side of Sixth East street from Sec Second Seeond ¬
ond South street to Thim outh street in insidewalk Insidewalk
sidewalk district No 22 Is completed completedThat eompleteThat
That the board of equalization end re review review ¬
view appointed by the ciy council for forthat forthat
that purpose w8l meet at the office of ofthe ofthe
the city recorder 100 city and an county countybuilding countybuilding
building on Tuesday August 2rd 19W 19Wand 1904and
and continue in session until Saturday SaturdayAugust Sat urda urdaAugust
August 6th ISM between the hours of 53 53and 134 134and
and 438 p m and will hear and consider consideranv considerany
any objections and make correction of oftuiy ofany
any tax which said board may deem deemdaQUai deentmequai
daQUai mequai or unjust unhistJThat unjustiThnt
JThat during said time betwitn the thehours thehours
hours of 9 a m and 5 p at said list will willbe willbe
be open to public Inspection at the office officeof officeof
of the city recorder room MO city cityanti cityanticouatr ana anacoaaty
coaaty buMBnK buMBnKSalt bm1IdhmrSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahBy UtahBy
By order of o the city council dated dsedJuiy dsedJuiyith July JulyISth
ISth 19H J S CRFTCHLOW CRFTCHLOWCity CR11tELOWCit
City Cit Recorder RecorderStdet RecorderSldew11
Sldew11 Stdet EIk extension No NoNOTICE NoNotice
Notice NoticeNOT1CB
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN THAT THATthe THATthe
the asscsBraeat of the tax levied by the thecity thecity
city council of Salt Lftke Like City Itahhy Itahhyordinanco tt h by byordinanCe
ordinanCe passed June ISth 19M up upm < the theproperty theproperty
property abutting upon Ail of lot 4 and andthe endthe
the west IK feet of lot i block ffl pint pintP p1stF
P Fronting on McCielian avenue Th Thnorth Thnorth
north ne e feet of lot 3 ana the south Ko Kofeet Pbfeet
feet of tot 6 all of tot Z and th south
203 feet of lot T block M plat F Salt Salttending SstLake
Lake City 5Urr07 for the urpore of ox oxtending
tending and laying sewer lateral oa o the tnenorth thenorth
north side of Second South street from fromTenth ironsTenth
Tenth East street to McClellan avenue avenueand avenueand
and on McCleilan avenue from Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street to First South street in insewer insewer
sewer district No 1 is completed completedThat completenThat
That the board of equalization and re review review ¬
view appointed by the city council for forthat forthat
that purpose will meet at the office of ofT ofT
T R Black 1 17 West Second South street streeton Streeton
on Tuesday August 2nd 104 and con continue coatinue ¬
tinue In session tfhtil Saturday August August6th August6th
6th 191 between the hours of 339 and and4J80
4J80 p m and will hear and consider considerany consideraay
any objections and make correction of ofany etany
any tax which said board may dem d em un unequal unequal ¬
equal or unjust unjustThat unjustThat
That during said time between the thehours thehours
hours of 9 a m an4 ail S p m a said list will willbo willbe
bo open to public inspection at the office officeof offIceof
of the tiI city recorder room WO cfty and andcounty antIcounty
county building and also at thj th office officeof officeof
of T R Black 17 West 2ndSouth street streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahBy tYtahBy
By order of f the city council dated July JulyIStb July11th
IStb IfW J S CR1TCHJGVV CR1TCHJGVVCstv
Cstv C Rccoruer RccoruerSewer 11cc order orderSewer
Sewer extension No J3S J3SZToticc 130Noticm
ZToticc of Aseessmcnt 3fo o 5 5NOTICB 5NOTICE
NOTICE OF ASS ASSMENT SMEKT NO 5 5MAY 5MAY
MAY DAY MINING Jb MILLSN < COM COMpany iQ iQpany
pany PrincM Principal al place of buslr s Salt Salt1ake Saltlake
lake City Utah Notice te hereby given giventhat giventhat
that at a meeting of the board of fffrer fffrertors direttars
tars of the above named as med company oem patty heM heMOR heldeli
OR the Kth day of July 13 Lis asswsmcru asswsmcruvjr
No S of cents pcr abase wah levied vjr < j orl orlthe onthe
the capital stock of the corporation corporal on pay paycble payeble
cble immedlateiv to John Campbell sec secretary seerotary ¬
rotary at the office of th the coniT commiy ry room
4 Commercial block Salt Lke ty Iiaa IiaaAny lshAny
Any stock ux uvom > n which this srcrTatri nserntrtmay srcrTatrin
n may ay remain nnpaW on th the fist Ist d da y yAugust tf tfAugust
August 19W win be dellnmicrt and ad advertieed adventleed
vertieed for sale at puiUks poiilktauctin ueUon and andunless andunless
unless payment is made before wi wil < l be beaold besold
sold oa Mie 24th day of September t 1104 1104at H Hat
at 2 p nu at the oflce of the comjijin comjijinroom conpsnroom >
room 4 COmmercial block Salt l Lake ak City ity
Tjtah to pAy the delD4uent arwes aseceement aseceementtogether ment menttogether
together with the cost of advertising and andexpense andexpense
expense of sale saleJOHN 1e 1eJOHN
JOHN CAMPBELL Secretry
Room 4 Commercial Block salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah UtahJHptice UtahL
L I JHptice oUce to tci Coaitraotors CoaitraotorsOFFICE Ccnitnaotore0ICg
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF P1BL1C P1BL1CWorks PVI3LICWorks
Works Salt I Lake ke tity < ity June JuneSealed 1 1SsIed
Sealed proposals wit wIli be recet1 I a this thisoffice thisoffke
office until 3 dciock p ra Friday July July29th July111th
29th 1E04 for the worJtef work of grading curbing curbingand curbingand
and paving South Temple strvet from fromState fromState
State street to Seventh 3axt etrtet ttr ac according according ¬
cording to plans and andspeeifoati specifodtii ii the thecity thecity
city engineers offlco The upp flPrXII5e flPrXII5equantities xn e equantities
quantities of work to be oone err as foi foilows toilows
lows lowsGrading lowstkading
Grading excavation SiOWcu 24IJ Cu yds ydsGrading ydsGrading
Grading embankment tMM cu yds ydsStone ydsStone
Stone curbing 84inch iSO 5n feet feetStone feetStone
Stone curbing 30inch S lin feet feetStone feetStone
Stone curbing cut to speriat speriatradii apeialradii
radii 31 1m Iff feet feetResetting i iResetting
Resetting stone curbing 1J06 In n feet feetCement feetement
Cement ement curfc and gutter gut 3ff 3J6 lin feet feetStone feetStone
Stone block pavement s 4l > fj s yds ydsAsphalt ydsAsphalt
Asphalt pavement avement 22 fl110 800 an ys ysCement ydsCement
Cement sidewalk pavement J200 EH t feet feetCement feetCement
Cement gutter along curb 5i f > Jin feet feetCement feetCement
Cement gutter lassie curb 3 0 lin feet feetCulverts feetCulverts
Culverts with concrete coy covers coyers
ers 2 > Un feet feetCulverts feetCulverts
Culverts with reinforced con concrete concrete ¬
crete covers 50 lin feet feetCulverts feetCulyorts
Culverts with cast Iron Ironcovers ironcovers
covers 1p lin feet feetCulvert feetCulvert
Culvert catch basins with withreinforced withreInforced
reinforced concrete covers JO JOAshlar 10Ashlat
Ashlar aced rubble wall 01 01Ashlar otAshier
Ashier faced concrete wail 3g G ru yds ydsConcrete ydsConcrete
Concrete footing for walls iCO 8O ru yds ydsStone ydsStone
Stone coping LOOT Un feet feetStone feetStone
Stone steps 2tB9sq SlOG a feet feetStone feetStone
Stone cheeks for stone steps 789 lin feet feetConcrete feetCo4crete
Concrete steps 2100 sq feet feetCbncrete feetConcrete
Concrete cheeks for concrete concretesteps concretesteps
steps iso Hn feet feetALSO feetATSO
ALSO ALSOSeparate ATSOSeparate
Separate bids will be received at the thesame thesame
same time tlnl and place for the work of grad grading gradleg ¬
leg curHlng and paving First street from fromState troutState
State street tn A street according to plans piangand plansand
and specifications in the city cltyengineers cltyengineersoffice engineer s soffice
office officeThe officeThe
The approximate quantities g j work to tobe tobe
be done are nr aa follows followsGrading > S SGrading
Grading excavation 3301 cu yds ydsAsphalt ydsAsphalt
Asphalt pavement 5438 513Osq q yds ydsConcrete ydsConcrete
Concrete gutter 1 ft wide2 wide Z0 0 Hn fe feet feetStone t tStone
Stone curbing 5x20 1330 Hn feet feetRedressing feetOr
Or concrete curb an gutter 2450 lIe feet feetRedressing
Redressing and resetting resettingcurbing resettingcurbing
curbing 11 L140 9 lin feet feetInstructions feetInstructions
Instructions to bidders together with witnspecifications withspecifications
specifications and andforme fGrins for contract and andbond andbond
bond can be obtained upon application at attho atthe
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