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Hits in tranches aided aIdedby by a couple of ofsharp orhstrp
sharp phtys at the plate broke the evil evttapell evilil
apell il which the th chattering crew from the thesmoky thenoky
smoky noky hillsMte had huns on the Wers Wersduring IderSdurhg
during the earlier games gam The BWera BWeracotipled Ederet
cotipled up on Sporer in killing sfcagedur sfcageduring
ing the fifth t and sixth Innings or vh vhliim
him to his cave at the end of the sixth sixthlaoon sixthoon
laoon oon took his jf job > b in the seventh ana anapHillcd an anIhilled
pHillcd through the rest of the struggle struggleIn strugg struggIn
In pood oo4 shape but the damage was done doneAt doneAt
At that the vocalists from flUI the north northland tort tortlend
land came powerful near t to tying tytngtnlng tyingnlng
tnlng up in th ninth Had Max 6xthrnw Mutters Muttersthrow
throw from left been a foot footfoot higher a afoot
foot lower or o a second later laterWould nnnwe nnnwewould
would have dnsted th rubberwUhWa rubberwUhWaoff rubber with withoft
off hip and much tribulation wuwe woula aftre aftreb w win
b n in sight A Ram that ends nd at t the thePteteffn tnePlatesHL
Pteteffn a play lik that is so enerrat enerratng enervatIng
Ing ng that the th joy of victory is diminished diminishedby died h hliv
by the physical shock shockxThe shockrIie
xThe rIie other throw tht ht prevented trottble trottblew trotiblewas
w was n by Delmax in i n the t he sixth when he hemade ieuiade
made a lightning return of Ha H > isens isensthi ns nsthrow
throw thi > TW V 4 > s acond cond in time to gel Ruafcle at atthe atthe
the paC pa Runkle will probably play in inmany inmany
many games before he loses two runs by bymargins bymargins
margins so narrow again againAlIAreund againAUAround
AlIAreund HittiB HittiBThe mtthig mtthigThe
The game was considerable of a hitfest hitfestfrom hitfest11om
from which Titus emerged with the fewer fewerl fewerlWusPL
l lWusPL rupps l Piggy isrg > Ward tarted It with withA a asingle
A single in < n the first tonis lnnIn With tw twgnn twe
a gnn Schaffer singled MtMKng SMtfl the stout stoutBnt
9 Bnt gntman > Tnan to third whence he scored scoredwjjcn acoredwD4I
wjjcn Bruyette lost oet Elseys slow on The TheElders TheEI4eri
Elders took this run hack in the fourth fourthUimlin fourthtimI1n
Uimlin hit a safe one Hausen followed followedwith followedwith
with another and Dema brought him himlft him1nmt
lft 1nmt > mo by a thh third d With two rtne Butte Buttenammerwl Buttehammered
hammered in a couple in the fifth Ron Ronkte Ronkic
kte singled I Lally ally hit for two and Schaffer Schafferbrought Schafrerbrought
brought both to the bench by his second secondsingle secondslnk
single The Kldera IdeVe took the lead right rightback
p back in the second half of the inning
Tltas went out and MuUer drove one sale saleright eaSeright
right over second Clark scored him by A Atwobase atwobtae
twobase hit to left middle and Weed Weedbrought Weedbrooght
brought Clark lark in by another double to toleft toleft
left Qlmlln s single ain1 eoml weed making
it 4 to 2 Butte did nothing In de sixth
but the Elder kept on Detatft hit saf safnnd sfu sfuand
and Bruyette sent him to third by driv driving drlving ¬
ing ono safe into right Thus brought
him home by a safe one over second and andlark and1ark
lark scored Bruyette ruyette by a wallop WIJIO just jwatinsHe justInside
Inside third Butte added one in the s v vthn vnth
nth Vard hit safe and Lallys hit wfnt wfntthrough
thn through u rh Ferrin for two bases Schaffers
San Antono An tono fpowle was good J Jre enough to toeore
eore > re Wanl Wanlgave Scharfers attemnt to steal stealgave
gave Hano Haiwn n arid Delmas the opportunity
to pull off the r lay at the plate above abovereferred abovereferred
referred to
5 t toPinishes Finishes at Plate PlateMasters PlateMauers
Masters took a gloomy turn in the theninth theIlnlh
ninth Swindells drew < a walk ScbafCer
decided ffi take no chance en n Boon ao aosent w wsent
sent Kid Spencer wo Tile Md ateost hit hitinto hitInto
into a double Swindells being pinched out outas outas
as ft stood Ward hammered out ut hi his thiM
hit ending Spencer Co second Runkle Runklewas Runklewac
was safe by forcing Ward Leaving Spen Spencer Spencot ¬
cot on third He came hi bH Lallys Lallysj Lallysstugle
stugle j higl > Runkle taking second That made madeon madeone
on one n cssary totie when Schaffer came camewp cameup
wp H He > dn drew > w hta fourth hit of the day
otean one into left Mutter came ea teartrjt
in on It notched it from the hay acrt acrtJin
Jin Itned d it orr o and hard to Haooen It
took a beautiful bound right into Hau HauBC3B Hauscns
BC3B scns s big mfit and an Instant later Run RunA
A Wfe vj Very rr out and the game wag wry wryI
I More bother het this afternoon bsinning be innuig
at at1i at1iFoflowtu SW SWFollowing
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SkLak SkLakffit SH Lake
ffit Iii244l5i 114419
Errors ErrorsBrrr FrrorsRutte
Rutte O251O
Hits HitsErrors
Brrr Errors Errorsirned > r 0 o 0 ft 0
Barn irned l 5tQfM flnitte tttc 4 Salt it Lake Lakekle t
Twbhase i ItsLailr Ca ieed Run
kle GtnHn SacHfice mt lllttAfly Stoin
lUtfcs limIesHaueen Hauflen Brnyette
BaitsRunhle McHate cHate S Swindeqe Struck
OutBy Titus Rookie RunhleAttendance Spoter 2 by
Sportr Veed Ferrin Left on Base
f Bic Salt Lake 7 Doqbte Play
MelkrCiark Ptrt on rroreRett 1
v Ilit by P1tzherSwIsdsiua rllIDireD
1ihie14 Attence5 Attence5B0ISB Attendance SW SWBOISB
BOISB 9 SPOEA1TE 7 7Indians 7Thdlane
Indians Tried a New Pitcba Plteh WithD1trous With WithDfea
Dfea D1trous trous BesoltssP Besolts ResulteSpokane
sP Spokane ° fcfne J Jw JVJi BStokane Spoltane tried its
flew < w Pitcher 3teia today
MOT re rewf
fultI losing I 1 Stel was too liberal
wf wth pa passes j Stefet helnc betn a new man the
team flack of hfem did not pU play > their theirtn thi
ustl ganie and tbls had SOlasthiug to
do with the ae tcberz uaateadIn
pUkdfl at eie5t4 with tn more hits
tnan i Boi Boise e hut the error column eo1unt was
jess lees on Boises part The ecitin ezetttzg etahth Urh
Inning WHS w the he onlythinit ont thing when the po
kaflo r Layers fatteed up tbeir isttjn
averagc ore
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and Ilatisun
tlflPircFianflery tlflPircFianfleryFACTS Flaanery FlaaneryFACTS
Pfctrp PIetr Dowlin or r Bandellh wH twirl
the hide for Butte today a aga3ast aibt Ksktck aiack
in all au probability probabiUtyIax
Iax > Muller had two assists assis cae of
them wdrkbw MMo o a double when he hecaujtht hecaught
caught BandeUas fly close ia and beat
JlcHale to nm with it itJimmy ItJimmy
Jimmy Hannivan started for the after afterThe afternooli
nooli ttain with kls grw yerdaty bear
log in his pocket traonporttIoa w Toledo
The Toledo club ht the rear guard of the I I
American association at present ijan Ian
rlv iVn ns hitting will no doUot do the club ciubmucU
mucU s god godIt > od odIt
It had been nuggetted here that it might mighttiu
be t goij idea to get Haanhir fl bark to
tiu tiw > Salt St Lake t team am if satisfeetory ar
rtnoment r n < oments could te made but his de
pafture for pastures s new uf course set ¬ I
tles everything everythingt
T 1 ftl1 Salt L Lake lubi > has lines w uat t for I
t two additional pft pikhers < hers No o names are
relea reletect l ytt b but t t trm rms have been sent
for < i thpre Is every reason reao to beHeve beHeveTilv
Tilv the men 1 will JS be hcre witW hia a short time
rwy are much
neededifie needed i youhcsters
now 2to on the twirling stair art do g good S Sand
service when not OVIrworkod Thia is
rflpeviailytrue of Eck and Titus either
of r whom v may b relied upon for one
good opd game a week ireek Not Being nein seasoned seasonedmen
players two gaines a week Is a little toe
niuth fur the lads The manateinsat ap i
prerates this and Is reaching ut for a
coup of erlenced men to help out
TOSr is generally good for two games ga
per er vfeg when hn they dont come too hard
but at with seven to a series the load is
prey heav htavy for ttrp present staff Peed
injf 1n the arrival of new n material the DOV DOVwill ivs
will plug along and j do the om thy
can with the he hope of making a warm warmfinish warmfinish
finish of it when the ethers get here hereOf hereof
Of the eleven eevet runs runsacored scored yesterday ten tenwere teilwere
were earned The RIders got all their thsfrruns theirruns
runs on straight hits hitsThe hitsThe
The three tailenders of thaT thelifttting batting list listhit listhit
hit for Jte each yestwtfay Titus help helpis Ad Adto
to wm lib game me with a timely single m mthe Ii Iithe
the sixth seerms Dehnas I 1Ms eTs htttirtg htttirtghas hlttMghas
has picked up lately He is not twinging twinginghard awinglaggO
gO hard onthe bair and appears to hI hIgetting 09 09liiBg
getting liiBg better results He hit home beikoyesterday < jtt jttn
n yesterday and brougnt in another anotherhimselt anotherhIXnaeIL
himselt hIXnaeILDn himseltDad
Dad Dn Clarks record for the past t teli teliIa tt ttmes
mes is not m awfullf fwwtelc hu l He Heat Melilt
lilt at t the rate t 581 iss4 three th wu wufioes asfloes
floes two twoBassers 0m trlsla one onehome 00horn
home ran stolen one base waawd eight eightMS eig eigt
t MS aad d struck zpek out n net t at all Out OutfleIdh of offiefdina
fiefdina chances b ho has met t one onefoul a afoal
foal fly OR July 22 winch Ick did not cojlt cojltig co coanYtbIa
anYtbIa ig His hits for tHe ten days daystwentyfoe daysnuIies
nuIies twentyfoe a hehas brought broughtTfms brougMtIn
In Tfms i tis Et B52Fkee ldkeea s m9 this lick f Z0t Z0ta r ra
a season wouldnt they Be reaching l 15t 15thim r rhim
him himThe
The management mazutethentbts has anneumed a new newrae ne nerate
rae of admhsHbn for ladies OM VedHe Wcdseday VedHeday
day and Friday they will t tie e welcomed 6 4lgrounds 6chaexe
grounds and grand stand fr uf efrmr efrmrAll
All other 4ys except Sundays and loik
day they will be admitted to the rotmo rotmof
f a chaexe of S cents t tcHWi Use grflsl Uk4t Uk4teMt
cHWi reBainms at 1 cans 1 11LeItSJ5TAIMM adtfUMnel adtfUMnelJ
J iik Ffawnsry umpired tb came si sidi
1LeItSJ5TAIMM di eyesterAy sort Hi the tJxe tJxert a ee t tf
f uiia rt te th t contrary the assumpUW assumpUWiTBiaCh
iTBiaCh 116 UiIi d good work becajaiji beeus Ja Jais Jadi
1 is an old hand and doesnt need it we welk welktme1si k ktevm
tme1si tevm ks 09 Mi l mind mindThe mindThe
The papers on the coast are kept busf busfthese bu buthese
these Bays ta breaking up p the Padffc PadffcNational PadfltNaUonal
National league Well we have bad our ourtrouble ourtrotthle
trouble but at the same time there Is Isreason isreason
reason to believe that if the coast pee peepiefteev peepit
pit piefteev eep their own lea ae mi th Use map eel aH aHother sitother
other season th thc y will have done some somethnuf something
thing suttlcieqtrr suftkkstl Jmarkabl JmarkablSTANDING semarkabI5STNDING
Pacific National IiaA Lsegie LsegiePIyeI ue uePlayed
Played WOR WeeLest Lost PC PCSpokane PCSpokane
Spokane 19 19lake a
14 14a
a o 4t 4t1tLa1e
1tLa1e lake lakeJi II 21 4 4Natiei1
Natiei1 Iaeague IaeagueI
I Ptiied ed WOe j Lost et P C c cNew +
Ji New w York YorkPlttshars Ysek531 1 714 714American 714u
= u L LPittsburg
Plttshars PlttsharsSt 1 46 31 31St
St Loots LootsBoston 47 5t 5tBoston
Boston BostonBrooklyn b bBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynPW1adIiIe i
PW1adIiIe ee eeAmerican
American lieagiie lieagiiePMl TeaguePMsittUt4II
< PMl PMsittUt4II PMsittUt4IIBoston 8df 8dfBoston
Boston BostonCletetext 84 I I1iloego
1iloego 1iloego4IwY4sik
4IwY4sik St 4 p
Cletetext CletetextPhUadelpWa ill illtrsit
PhUadelpWa PhUadelpWascSortT
scSortT scSortTDetroit
Detroit DetroitWacMmrtott trsit i 4 a aWasMngtesi
WacMmrtott > 1 1Weotsrn
Westaca league leagueFlayed Leagueed
Flayed ed Wen Lost PO POrings PCColorado
Colorado Springs rings 7 It ItDenver ts tsDenver
Denver 84 84Omaha M MOmaha
Omaha OmahaDes II IIDeaMsines
Des DeaMsines Moines W Wh 44 41 41StJoseeh
StJoseeh h 79 79Plttsburg s 14 j jS4oua
S4oua Ity 10 311 311NATION
Plttsburg ittaburg July St Pittsburg won the thefirst
first game ae through the fine fbi wQrQ work of Fla Flafcortr Flaberty
fcortr He not fraly Kept i ibut t ttered
tered but batted in three runs Errors Errorsbnees Errotuand
and bnees en halts were re remtMbi4 tttn iM for forthe fortheloaa
the theloaa Joss ot the second sane Xbnsli had hadhis hadlila
his wrist ha badly < tty 3anT jeabyt ftil tuffe tuffethe t fa fathe
the first iaains and had to retire from fromt
t C game Attendance 5u Seorm Seorm1u 9eoresrlrst
1u lrst Game R H K KPittsburg EPittsburg
Pittsburg T iS 15 15a 4 4St
St Lnis J 5 a 1 1tMries 1BtserIeraaherty
BtserIeraaherty tMries FUthcrty and Car CaribeJt M aek Cor Corbott Corbt
bott and GrayS GraySrwobse Sray
Twoha e Hits HiteWagnef Wa ner CorhetL CorhetLThreebase COrbOUThreehem
Threebase Hit ifltFlahertv Flaherty Bases sats on onBalls onaUOtt
Balls aUOtt Oft CerbeU 7 Struck Out OutBy By
Flaherty 7 by Corbett X XSscpjid 1Q5
Sscpjid Q5 game gameBatteries B IL K
4 3 I IMtIW
MtIW gTI 1 1ilatterlusCac
Batteries ilatterlusCac Casc Lymik and Carrfeeh Carrielktca1nd
tca1nd and Zearfosa ZearfosaTWOhsee
Two TWOhsee lMW HltsSebriflg Hits Sebrtag 2 ShaY Threw Threwbase Thr Thrbie
base Hit liltteeth Latch Base on BallsOff BallsOffCase aitsOffVase
Case 3 off Lynch i off McFartand i iChIvsgo 1 1Out
Out Br Case i by Lynch 1 6v 6vilM
ilM 3 TJmptlte Bmatie artfi artfiCUcmgo
CUcmgo July 9ow Brown pitched tebed a nhe nhegMftt ftbeKe
gMftt Ke fr Chiea chicago o today atrlWmrwit nkte nktemea nil nilieee
mea and allowing bat tie stogies but bMtAla butlila
Ala field fteI went All 11 to nieces m the ninth ninthnd ninthand
and nd the vtaMore scored twice us userrera thr threrren
erren ajpam and KeHya ICeS a hit Attend AttendABee Atteudane
ABee ane llmWctaltnc iletedthg I aj school cMMrVM cMMrVMadmitted dIdreeadealtted
admitted tree Score
R H B BCUcago BChIcago
ChIcago ChIcagoCidnati S S SCtadniuUi
CtadniuUi 2 S IBttetBrown 2 2Batterfe
Batterfe BttetBrown Brown and KUng Harper HarperStruck HarperInd
Ind e eStruck
Struck OWtY O t By Urown 5 by Harper 4 3iluse
Base ott Balls aileOff Of f Brown I ITmpire LmpIreJohustone
Johnstone JohnstoneBrooklyn JohustoneureoIcl
Brooklyn ureoIcl July St Brookhm won the thefirst thefirit
first game 1 to 0 MatheA Matbeweon on forcing in inthe Inthe
the wtnnimj wtnnti Ji with a base on balbNew bIlls bIllsNew
New York won the second coolest 2 to toese1trs m mOMiilcr
OMiilcr ese1trs > wild throw and a arw rw wIkI d Bitch Bitchgave pitchRave
gave te Lii vMtors two roaa fai the third thirdfining
Ibning fining Attemlance C5R 6 Score ScoreFtrW SweFirst
FtrW First flame R H HiewT E EwewTattt
wewTattt wewTatttBrooklyn iewT iewTlhookiyn
Brooklyn 1 1 1t11broli z
t11broli 4 kQI14 kQI14lia
lia on BslbOff theoa 1
Struck OutBy Crenin 1 by tiei tieiPinffier
7 Thre a haa Ht 14l4lsGIN 4iGeiMt tlmplre npJ npJaoood
Jammer JammerSacond
Sacond aoood Qanie R H 3E 3EBatteries BTIc
TIc 2 Z 2
I 4 1
Batteries BatteriesMcGinnity hfcGinnity andWaraer and Warner Garl Garlvto Car Carsin
sin and Rltjer RltjerBase Rlt5r Rlt5rBases
Base on Balls BaIlsOtt Off tJafvin arv1n C otf bfc bfcwaity
lheaity waity S SJ Srusk ete iwIiy Br OK siit by y y4cOiitnlty
McGinnity 4 TVobaae HltRttter ±
Umpire Umpireymer ztanaer ztanaerBoeten
Boeten eeton July Sa Owen won the game gametoday gni gnitodey
today by a borne ran m hi the tenth Jmtfitg
Attendance MML Ll Scorn Scureab1co J Jv
v Jx d i
Chicago b1co 4 8 a aBoston 2Boston
Boston X 9 9Batterier gBttteriOwen
Batterier BttteriOwen Owen and Setthran Dmeen Dmeennnd Dineenand
and Farrell FarrellNew FarrelLNeii
New York July Sln In a fast and well weMf wellpI
f pI la nerl game th the > leeate deteaied lested SC Louis Louistoday Lotatoday
today Petty pitched well and pave g only onlyone onljron
one base OB balls Attendance UN 11StJLHIf
St SLLiL Louis I i 1NewYork
New NewYork York 2 S 6
Batteries RatteriesPeity Pelty and Sudden Powell and
XlInowushingttn Kletoow KletoowWashington
Washington July JuyttWeahingt Wahington and
Cleveland again split eveft tn a oobie esebieheader oobieheader >
header The first game Pan twe tw tve m mnlncs inniflga
nlncs a wild pitch by y Moore > etbag ttiac m mtn Inthe
tn the only run scored THe sensed game gamewas gamewas
was called at the end of the evcaatb v < tb ln lnninr infling
fling by b agreement to eaten catc a train At Attendance Attendince
tendance L Mift Scare ScareFirst ErtFirst
First Game R H E
Washington l s l lCleveland 1tlevelaed
Cleveland a jjf jjfBatterteHJamtocn
BatterteHJamtocn and Kl I3ttredge I3ttredgehnirn redE redEnnm
hnirn > nnm and Pumis iimis iimisSecond
Second Game R H E
TTaantngton X XCleveland aieve1ai4
Cleveland a 10 4 4Batteries 4BatterIesWoIfc
Batteries BatterIesWoIfc Wolfe and Clarke Jess and
Bellow ButlowPhflar7 BellowThaeIhIa
Phflar7 ThaeIhIa i hla JHV pPhlttuletplrta to today today ¬
day silt t out Detroit Pet roir the third successive successivettaie eeenmMetime
time Attendance8aWL Attendance 31Sf Score
R H BLintrolt B
Lintrolt Lintroltphiladelphia JU fi S SPhiladelphia
Philadelphia t I 1 i8tterIezutn
Batteries 8tterIezutn VoIHn and Drill Plank ana anaPower toePewere
Power PewerePACIFIC
JPaconyr July 2 2bTaeotna > Tacoma made 11 four fourstralghrtoday fotilItralgbtody
stralghrtoday St Vraln got a bad start startbut startbut
but during the last eight ratlines tie tiepitched hepitched
pitched a fine game and received seed seedsupport goodsupport
support The locale local fell on Thfstntan for forfour forfour
four twobaggers la tile fourth and made madeenough madesipough
enough to wta Iberg succeeded him and andTcnn
Taxrom was unable to score again againScore again3COrf
Score T
R H E ETaecnjjt ETacg
Taecnjjt 4 S 0 0Portland 0Portad
Portland 3 7 S S3t 3ItuleriesSt
ItuleriesSt 3t Vralo and Graham Thiel Thiell ThietZRan
Ran nvlsc l c L July S Srett1eheavy Srett1eheavyh ttJ > heavy heavywoft
h it I r4 woft ofl todays game Htghts only i
allowed four hits all after the fourth fourthinning fourthInhift
Inhift inning Score
R BH H E ESaa ESan
San Francisco l 4 4Sttte < 3 3StelQe
StelQe 4 412 12 0 0Batteries 0BatterIesJones
BatterIesJones Batteries Jones C and Leahy Hog Hughes nee and andWilson nd ndWilson
WilsonIee Wilson WilsonLes
Les Angeles Jttly JulyLos 29 Los Angeles w wan wana a aa
a close and interedttng same from Oak Oakhwd OakIustIby
hwd IustIby by on opporituio > orauaorhat41ns hatting and with jibe fhoaid jibeaid
aid 9 fthe fib visitors e ewhen eNu a Newtp was wasin
in flit form barring fitS fifth fifthwhen
when he was touched up for l2ee we hits
Hose batting was a feature Score Scorefe eere
fe 5 H B BLos IiLosAgees
Los LosAgees AageJes 4 o oOaJ1and
Oakland s S 4 4Batteries 4fltinrlesNEWina
Batteries fltinrlesNEWina Newfcsa ad Spies Meski Meskiman 4tisklman
man and Byrnes Thiif TJinjrtre jjrvwn jjrvwnW iitWflwmn
Omaha July The yiaitors batt batttl batttlBrowpit
Browps delivery for ff frP e russ in
foctrth innjtor innjI today securing a toedwidth
width dkheattened bie born team xl xlthough
though they took a batting rally before beforetbe beforethe
the rame asee ended Softre re
Omaha 6 T t t2aU 2 2St
St Jaswh J 7
2aU Batteries Brown and Freeze reeue Clark and arid
McconnelL McConneiLSfotbe 1 1Sioux
Sioux City July U2 IVDSVef Bsnver defatted defattedStoax d eRted
Stoax Slu City 1 to 2 toiay m M a game gamomarked gamemarked
marked by rank arrow on both sides sidesScore
Stoux SiluxCity City 2 4 44 44flever 4 4Denver
Denver i t G 4 4Batteries 4itatteriesKoetal
Batteries itatteriesKoetal Kostal aad kelly Kelly JSyler and andLucte andLucia
Lucia LucteDas LuciaD
Das D Motoes isine July Des Motaes had hadbetter liedbetter
better lack 0 ttkiy d y khan iee Colorado Springs Springsmid Sdngssad
mid iwa S to E aoore 9eorot
Das Moine 94 94Cetomde 4 4Colorado
Colorado Springs S 10 4 4Batteries 4BattetleeCeshnian
Batteries BattetleeCeshnian Cashman sad Q Clarke ClarkeScopee ClarkeScopes
Scopes Drill and BaerwaW BaerwaWAMERICAN Thterwa1dIrIEBIOAN
At Kansas Cttr C1tItnaas Rjtffitt City 2 ilflt ilfltneiaolfs M Iitr IitrndtnoUs
neiaolfs 1 1At 1At
At Mnwauket llIauketJllAske itriwaTukee 17 1 1Pal1 St StPa
Pa Pal1 l L A AAt
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 6 Oo OolumhMe CcAt
lumhMe I llsTn4I
x xAt
At TetedoLoulsvrtle Tele4sLod vfli Tofede 5 5BELONG SBELONG
Lucas and Farrell Settle Doubt Doubtin
in Case Caseof of Weed Muller Mullerand Mullerand
and Tozer Tozerkane TozerSpokane
Spokane kane Chronicle
Weed Mutter and TOer still betonc to
the Salt Lake franchise and they cannot cannotthe
be fdreql to o where they dl not ucisli
In sftes ot the sate f their release to
Shreveport hi the Southern league leagueTh leagueThe
Th The above is the deetolen rendered by
President Lucas ef this Pacific Nattemri
leagw Ierne1he
The league will net stand for It says
President Lucas the evident intention intentionOf
Of the Salt Lake cl chil Hi was to weaken the
team teamS and according accorft to the wire I have havereceived havePseelveti
received from Secretary Farrell the thepityrs
players belong to the franchise and tn they theysbxfl y yshaH
shaH stay wfth Salt Lake Lakei LakeThis
i This settles the question of the disband disbandtar disbandtag
tar of the Salt Lftke dub for the pros present prosent
ent Without the players sold by the
directors of the club before they gave gavethe
the stock to Captain Clerk and Treasurer
Sheperd there was little hope of the theElders
Eiders ever leaving Salt Lai Lairies Lake for a So Soroe
roe of games With the full team the theBlders th thalders
alders will have a good chance however howeverto
to play ball and to break even with the theother
other aggregadons aggregadonsThe
The players mentioned were sold to toShrevepert
Slireve Shrevepert ert by b the directors rectors bat Weed Weedfined Weedand
and Muller refused to go and they were werefined
fined and suspended from the th league The Theplayers Theplayers
players appealed to President Lucas a end endhe d
he sustained thir appeal The decision decisionof
of the tk president kt greeted with approval approvalby
by every very fan m the he drcult and it mypean may maymean
mean the Me of the league leagueBOISE leagueBOISE
IViceioskey Avers Club Will Not NotOnly NotOnly
Only FinishSeason But ButWill ButWill
Will Ask For More MoreSpokane MoreSpokane
Spokane Chronicle Chronicle3oliii
John MeCteekey ht here with his Sees Senators Seestare ¬
tare and disputes the sttAement that his hteclub hischib
club will not finish the season The vet veteran yeterait ¬
eran manager states that not only will willBbls willBbiz
Bbls finish this year hut will apply
for a continuation of the the franchise for fornext fornext
next season In speaking of this matthr matthrMcCloskey attr attrMcCloskey
McCloskey said saidI
I do not expect to manage Boise next nextseason nextseason
season as the club wants a playing man manager menagar ¬
agar but I will help them all 5 I can in insetting illsetting
setting started Starh ± L That little town in llaho illahois
is game all 11 the way wa through and one oneSunday oneSunday
Sunday out at the ball park W EL ELBorah B BDolalt
Borah a prominent attorney there and anda andat
at a great orator addressed the people and andthe andthe
the result was the money was raised to tocomplete tocomplete
complete the season seasonThere seasonThere
There are a number of towns around aroundBoise aroundBoise
Boise that will undoubtedly he connected connectedwith conooctedwith
with the capital next year by electric electricHoes electriCknee
Hoes and this means that Boise win be beable s sable
able to send big crowds to the ball game gameThe gardeThe
The ball players like IIk the town and it itis itis
is oe he of the finest places in the world worldaad worldand
and the ehlsetos all iI pull together od any anymatter thymatter
matter of a public nature natureWith natureWith
With a town growing like Boise te tebaseball isbaseball
baseball is bound to vet better every everyyear everyyear
year and the people realize that fact factand factand
and want to keep in the league As Asthe tsthe
the town grows baseball will be the tnemore
more profitable and nd Boise will be ready readyfOr
fOr the league again next nepson nepsonTou
Tou can say remarked Mccluskey Mccluskeytht
that we are here as strong as ever everMarshall evOrMtrstaIil
Marshall Marshallstriking back in the game ad is isstriking
striking his salt once more We have hav6three havethree
three good pitchers two good ood catchers catchersaad catchersand
and are not wea weak n a single T TLEHi place placeLEHI
American Fork ForkDereated Defeated in inFinal inFinal
Final Game by Score Scoreoi16to6 Scoreojl6to6
oi16to6 oi16to6CSposial
CSposial to The Herald Hrs1dLehi HeraldLeW I
LeW Julr St 15Thtce Three thowmivd p iSepic iSepicfrhm nlc nlcfrom l 1
from all the towns in the north ed oC oCUtah otttk
Utah comity witnessed the last of the thoseFfe theeeij
seFfe eeij of 1 three latin games between LeW LeWaad LduIsAd
sAd American Fork tor th the championship championshipatid
atid t1 a purge of 01 SS 1Sl I 1A1 > hl had won t the thefirst e efirst
first game and sEll the second played at atAmerican atAmerican
American Fork xssterday was won by bytrt bytee
trt tee home team which made t tie e interest interestht
ht todays game unmraJleled The first firstftonti firstpanib
ftonti was It to 9 m 1 favor of Lchith Lchithsecofid Lob the theiocoad
secofid stood S to 7 la favor of American AmericanIfark inecieanPmk
Ifark and the one today was It to I In Infkv Infkor
fkv fkor r of Ifthi So fearful were th vte vteitors vi viliocz
itors that a committee of three was s ae aeleered seketlul
leered u lii > put out the tis umpire should they i
declare him unfair The hxeup and score scorefoliorr scorefoIle
foliorr foliorrLeM foIle foIleLeidGestes
LeM LeidGestes Goates c Taylor p KVHUS vane l b bAilderson iiAilderson
Ailderson 2 b J Wbtppte 2 b Seatly Seatlys
s s Jackson c f W Whipplt rC r f fall L LBsH
BsH all L I f fAmerican Cinericas
American Fork PorkTherriot Therriot c cBy Tiiaer p
S1gIeton 1 b Vaudra b Dunkiog
f1 jflUnce4i o 4 flsrrW flsrrWBytwekion
By Bytwekion tnaringa 11J45S7S8
American Fork X4a 4 0 5 tlOO I 1 0 0 6
L 1051 i I I 2 5 1 1 5 4 4Grand 5
> 1 1Granil
Grand Circuit Races RacesDetroit PaoezI PaoezDetroIt
Detroit July j3tM3rand drcait sum summary ijm ijmn ijmtretthi ¬
mary marytoKR I n
toKR class trotting tretthi Merchants A Mann Manncturere I
Jielwn cturere Consolation jpnrse purse Itfdl two
In three bents hestnJelly Jolly BwcheJer won two twostraight twostraight
straight heats in 21 2l4 4 2 H Mi Mha HOse HOsedale flOesdale
dale Bessfe Birchwood MISS Janette JanetteLaura TanetteLnura
Laura J 1 Hmma Hoyt and Allis v J also afeostarted alsoitrted
started itrted2k
2 2k class pacing purse UJSQ two in inthree inthree
three heats heateAngus Angus Pointer wen wenstrsitht two twoEtralrht
Etralrht heats in 2 215 t 2O8 H Ben BenBeesi iL iLBeesfiiDrjke
BeesfiiDrjke Beesi Dzake Sadie Baron Roy B JebflF Jebfl JIhilF
F lOasmifr and nd Red Bird also s started artd
217 class trotting nurse lILI 1 M < L three in inive iniv
ive iv heats hetsHultrey Haifrey won we flrsL sac sefiand sacollil
ollil and fourth fourth heats in SiW 3 2Ia R 2S1S 2S1Si 2fl1JolYn
JolYn i ale won the third heat In 233 233Redwood 213w 213wRedwood
Redwood LVanora Mary Gage Miss Leo Leorex Leorex
rex and Boa Potts also started startedOur
5 o oOur
Our entire stock of regular S500 500 stiff stiffjhats stiffhats
jhats hats 38 38J S55
172 Main street
Samuelson Makes New Time Timein TimeHandicap
in Handicap HandicapCLIPS HandicapCiPs
W B Samuclsoft dtoke tlwTterKTs tlwTterKTstwomlla the thetwOthllliaddi
twomlla twOthllliaddi handicap ap record at th the s ucer c r
lra k last uIht ni ht his time being 336 3S 35urhich
which is four find oneflfth seconds bet bettSr
ter than Kramers who has held the thehonor theuiondr
honor up to the present Hopper w4ta
i Sixty yards handicap came s second eond eondA
Aefuorn A norn 73 yards third and Downing 45 4iyards
yards fourth Pedlar Palm Palmer r ws la lathe inthe
the lead the last qoarter and apjpeared U UrS5ed to tohate
hate a place cinched but SauiueisOn SauiueisOnpaded
rS5ed hint on the bull Tap Itaia Af bedropped Afdropped
dropped back The laps were awarded awardedI
as follows S Stmileleit tm < iele A rind nd Ley Leyland land 1 1mimer
raimer Burns and Gtinn 2 SteA Slaver er S 1Fray
Fray 4 There were seventeen starters startersbut starletsbut
but several dropped out before the fln flnish flntab
tab ishLindgrcn Lindgrcn won the gold medal for the themile theutile
mile novice his time being 24t 44 45 which whicrbeats
beats the track record of 812 21 ± Lrf IAen IAenyas en enwas
was second am ul Morgan third This was wasi
i only spiinrrace of the evening eveningDowning evenbigDowuin
Downing Dowuin Gets the TenBEile TenBEileHardy TenIiic1IardyDownlng
Hardy 1IardyDownlng Downing was aa easy a y winner In Inthe Inthe
the tenmile motorpaced race behind behindshields behindshields
shields lapning his corapetttor John JrtinChapman JohnChapman
Chapman nine times in th the stow time of
154025 1545 25 Chapman had the pole and but buta
a few Inches the lead when the starting startingun ssarlin ssarlingun
gun un was fired He held the lead tax the thefirst toefirst
first mile and then Chapmans motor motorcycle motorcycle ¬
cycle ridded by Staley went wrong and anddropped anddtiippd
dropped steadily behind losing one 1 1each ap apeach <
each mile Chapman did not follow tL tLpace the theuRea
pace well He Heagreti sre who was padrig imcili
Downing had trouble with his motor and andslowed antiSlOwdd
slowed up for several laps The offtetate ofsismade
made a mistake and fired the finishing fintohinfrracers finishingUn
Un at the eii1 of five mien anti tbe4i
Iteferee John Sharp heil to yeS to tne tnerers
racers tb t continue Downing rode rings ringsaround ringsaround
around Chapman and made his last lap lapon lapon
on the Minnesota boy just as they crossed crossedthe croeoedthe
the tape tapeat at the finish
The amateurs threemile open lap race racewas raoowag
was won by the big four Iyer and Carl
Redman B it B Heagren and Smll Agraz
in the order named securing the 35purse 35 35purse
purse besides thevlap money earned to toolvlde
olvlde til ta > between them Castro iBfar iBfarwood Fle Flewood
wood and Wciser took the first few lap
Then Agraz and Carl Redman went to tothe tothe
the front at tH the twomile post West rot gotanother rotanother rotanother
another lap Th Thet n Tat Tate made a big sprint sprintthe sprintend
and rode away Ahead 3 if the bunch for
hree laps He soon tired and Iver Redman Red
i man went to tb the front where he re rema4ned Ie IemaUled
maUled until the finish The laps were
Awarded as g follows Klswood > 5 Tatt Ttt4
Agraz 3f t Weiner We West t Iver KeflmadL
Carl Redman Hallklay 2 Castrw ant
Wilcox l lT I 2 2T
T IT r Samuelson Wins Motor BaceV BaceVSix Race
Six men were anitouned announced to start in ije
CVamile freeforall motorcycle race wit witonly
only three finished J p dkina was wasscratched
scratched jesting five to competes Tne Tnereferee
referee announced that the racers woHiji woHijiridemile wOul
hdttaalene heAt alone and the three faat faateet RL RLect
eet would Qualify for the fivemlie finish
Staley made his hismile mite in the fast time of o
IdS on his little machine T 11 Sa Sauelson Sam
uelson then rode his mile in 12S 12Si 1 2G
i Chapman did not finish his trial his mo ¬
tor refusing to wwjt wrk after the distance dists distswas
wa was half covered fi B Heagren CouW CouWnot
not start his big daiible douhlecsritnder ylinder machine machineat msebhat
at ail for the preliminary nest and W JL
Samuelson went ont abotu two 1 lasK
Stale Staley T M SamuelSoh amueMoK and Ch Chapni Chapnistarted pmafl pmaflstarted
started in tire finishing Meat heatwad Samu lBC9 lBC9was
was in the lead Staley second and Ch Chap p
man a poor third Staley shortly got ot tuft tiCea
lead ea but did not ilQt hold it Ion long Samnoteen Samnoteensoon
soon getting ahead again He had a k nc
lead at the twomile post At four JniJer
he was half a lap ahead and completely
lapped him on the bell lap Chapman Chapmanwas Chapm Chapmwas
was not in the race at all being tepp lapped d
twice The time was 8L 8LAUTOS
AUTOS TO PARAO1 PARAO1Illuminated PtfRAD PtfRADilluminated
illuminated Procession ProcessioiiPrize l lPrize
Prize Cup Will Take Place PlaceThis PlaceS
S This Evening EveningArrangements
Arrangement have havebeen been oracticaifr
completed for the aut aittesuhile uH > bilc parade paradewnich paradewatch
watch is to take place In the huetnesa huetnesasection uelnesIsection
section of the city this evening The pro processIon
cession will form at AfarKet and WeSt
Temple streets and wilt move as fol
lows North on West Temple to Second
South east to State north to First South
wesC to West Temple north to South
Temple east to Main south on Main by
the judges stand In front of the Ksnfon
hotel to Utahna park opposite opposltstbe he new newpostofttce newpostoffico
postofttce where a reception will ht held
for the Ogden guests A cup will be bepresented bepresented
presented to the ownfcr of the prettiest
decorated automobile In the procession
The Judges will be W W a balI H Samuel C
Porter and John X Share
Those wishing to tt enter their machines
in the parade can aur sV r s Cblaes httr httrterns idtrterns
terns and candles with w1thwhich which to decorate dueaatnthem
them by applying io 1 P ijuan i3 Malt Maltstreet
street who wIir furniSh thent free 6 6charge
charge Samuel NewhouaeS aew aewcar a acar
car will be in the parade stripped for forraces the theraces
races to be held tomorrow artvrneon ftern uit at
Calders pnrtsTtrack A machine similar stmfisrto
to this one beat Barney uhfffcld at To ¬
lode on a halfmile track m the time of
13 1 Bert Fttlter Mr Xewhouse Newhousesehadl Newhousesehadlfeur ehatit ehatitfeur
feur will ond endehffr vor to lower this record recordSunday recrdSunday
Sunday afternoon afternoonTirst afternoonAtATBUB
Tirst Day of the theOlrmpic Olympic National NItiotillRegatta t
Regatta at St Lcuie LcuieSt
St Louis July 2 tSt St txMi crews
fUroished ib the feature of the first day
Of the Olympic National regatQi of the 1
National Association of Amateur Oarv Oars Oarsmon
mon held under the auspices of the
Southwestern Rowing association m
CreVe Cr ve Coeur lake fifteen miles west ot ofthe i
the city Summary
Intermediate pair shells shetisSawanhaka shetisSawanhakaB Sawanhaka
B C New York first Time Ttme1IL Ttme1ILlntermodje It ItIntormodjate
Intormodjate singles first heat heatJ J A ATetteycke
Teheyckp Jr Wachuesett B C Wor Worcester WOrroster
roster first TUn TimeI 14 14Second 2s 2sSetond
Second heat F Bh bepatrl paM Ravens 1tav5nOd
B C Long 14n Island City N Y first firstTime firstrimeIl i
Time rimeIl HIM 21 2f 2fAssociation fIAssocitlOi
Association sfarl SiiWje sculls first heat beaiPrank
Prank vwscly Bohemian B C New NewYork pw pwYork
York first Thnclll ThnclllSecond Thne4114Sceond
Second hWtD B Dufneid Detroit Detroitfirst tidtroitfirst
first Tlmell meU 9 9Senior 26 26Sesioi
Senior fwtoroared shells ahvilaCenter Century B C CSt CSt
St Louis first Time Ttme4CI 4ft 44 45Seidor
Senior psfoared shelto sheflaC5fltnry Century TS B C CSt CSt
St LOuis first Tlme Tlme5 t 4I 4ISenior L LSenior
Senior pairoared shells sbeloewftnkku Sewanlmk B BC BC
C NOw York first Time TlmeIntermediate S SIntermediate
Intermediate dhtosred JRntoar d shells shellsDetroit shellsDetroitB Detroit DetroitB
B C nrst TlnW ThIleL25 ThIleL25Our J5M J5MOur
Our entire stockof Stock of ctothing on sale saleat saleat
at cost and las lasRICHAJIDBOK 1ecRICILflDSON
172 Mail atrsftt
4 4Fierce
Fierce Battle With Eddie Han HanIon HanIon
Ion at San Francisco FranciscoFOUGHT FranciscoFOUGHT
San Fraactecb Jaly la one of f te tefiercest theflercest
fiercest battles ey eyer r witnessed lit this city cityBattirng cltrDattlfng
Battirng N NIot b n of Chicago tonightSstIed tonightde tonightdefeated ¬
feated Bddle IZnton of f Sari ati Francteco Franctecoth PrKnC1sCthe
th the end coming in the nineteenth round roundFrom roundFron
From the time of the ringing of the thelgnel thesignet
signet f for r the coramsnwaieiit of the theflghf theflght
flghf the youngsters began nrfxmg mat matters mattuis ¬
ters In the Itvcfieat nmnntr Hanton Hantonfought Hsnonfought
fought in Ills usual faShion but the Chi Chieagpiad Cliieaga4ad
eagpiad early penetrated penetractrthe the guard of the theCaluorntan theCalifornian
Californian who bo bore eeerui ever l facial facialmarks facialmakd
marks before the tenth round ItAtlfying ItAtlfyingto
to the accuracy and fort force of his oppe oppeSerifs ppo pponents
Serifs blows It was alraoct an even eventhing eventhing
thing until the fifteenth tftththe itith the boys boysfighting buysfihUng
fighting fiercely fiercelyAfter fiercelyAfter
After the fifteenth fIfteenthe 3ie tide of battle battlebegan hattiebegan
began to go toward Neknn who whotolled who1troughout
1troughout although vury heayliy pen penlahed
tolled about the face and body 1 15fe had tnsn tnsntftsted
5fe tftsted ted his usual powers ot endurance nnd nndaaKimitetion nd ndasSimIlation
asSimIlation of punishment The Th sound soundof soundof
of the gong in the eighteenth saved Han HanIon thanion
Ion from defeat at t tiit t period hut n th thnfTtt tPnegt
nfTtt round he came up so badly dazed dazedthat dazedthat
that Nelson had hint at his mercy and amirwas andwaabattering
rwas waabattering battering him around th the ring until untilthe untilthe
the local lad became so helpless that the thespectators thespectators
spectators made a protest atralnst the thecontinuance thecuntlnuance
continuance of the how oneaided fight fightSimultaneously fightStntiltneowiiy
Simultaneously with a signal from the thepolice
police captain to the referee to stop the thentet theeoheOt
eoheOt < < ntet a towel was thrown into th tic ring ringfrohl ringfront
front Hanlons cfcrner and Referee Billy BillyRoche ElliyRoche
Roche pronounced Nelson the victor victorThrtMffchout vktorThIOtthout
ThrtMffchout the affray the blows fHanlon f fHanlon
Hanlon did not have any apparent effect effectwnalever efrectwhatever
whatever upon Nefeorf wo wlo camS tip tipxathely upgathely
xathely and stubbornly to the firing lice licemans linebud
bud alwayS carried the bdtte to the other othermans
mans territory At the conclusion he did didnot didnot
not display a bruise whlle whtIeIIanions llantons face facewas litrewas
was bleeding and cut cutTOURNEY cutTOURNEY
Tennis Entries Close Aug 15 15and 15ndGame
and ndGame Game Commences CommencesAugust CommencesAugust
August 27 27At 27At
At a meeting held yesterday of the theUtsh theVISIt
VISIt Tennis association tl tim committee committeecomposed Coinmittiflrcomposed
composed of Harry Roberts and S M 45Camott MGamett
Gamett to conduct the tournament for forthe forthe
the championship series decided to ogen ogentn on ontli
tn games on Saturday Aug 17 The Theenjtriea Theentrie5hpust
enjtriea entrie5hpust must be ladcon or before Auc
15 and no one Will be a iowed to enter enterafter enterafter
after thfstUtte this dte The entrHace fee will be bel
i l for the singles and SO cents each for forthe forthe
the doubles This amount must accom accompany accompatty ¬
patty the appljoHtion for entrance UK ad is ispayable Isa0j
payable a0j to toearyD Sepretary D M Boyd Sir lii Mc McCorhick Mcrhedrzwlnga
Corhick buiJdtnr buiJdtnrThe
The rhedrzwlnga drawings s to take place Attg Augat 39 39at
at Sp S p m at tt Kntttsfora hotel and andafr andair
air these Interested In tie game are In Invited inittd ¬
vited to attend The foBewing are the theprizes theprlzaaofIretl
prizes prlzaaofIretl of fared to the irahn usllhnera r First prtae prtaertr prisefir
fir the singles the Scliramm CUB valued valuedat
at JI9b hh The cup must be won twice be before before ¬
fore it becomea the property of the win winner winner ¬
ner The second prize for th singles singlestankard singlestankard
tankard and steins third prize framed framedpicture C rmedplctpre
picture idurth prize gtokl medal tennis tennisracket tennisracket
racket racketFirst racket15rst
First j prize > rize for doubles two sets of sH sHrcrdeosflt nflyet
rcrdeosflt yet dOotit hfeh ball glasses valt valtd td at at5t8 atIfS
IfS second prize walking sticks valued taleedat15
attW attWNo at15No
No personal invitations wHl be Issued Issuedand isuc6and
and all residents of Utah are invited to toconipete toceilipete
conipete In the theseride theserideNO series seriesN0
Handicap Meet viee7t of the Western WesternAssociation WesteiiAssociation
Association of Amateur AmateurAthletic AmateurAthletic
Athletic Union UnionWorlds tinIOtiWotlds
Worlds Fair Grounds St Louis July
The handicap meet of the Western WesternAssociation WesternAodatIon
Association of the Amateur Athletic Athleticunion Athleticunion
union was ds decided Jdea bct ae tody under the tbemost theJoust
most favorable circumstances The track trackwas trackw
was w fast but no exceptional time was waslubi4le
lubi4le 6 lh any of the events eventse evedtsThe
The e entries included about W athletes athletesrepresenting athletesrete3entin
representing five St StLouis Louis athletic unless untenarod unlesstad
rod the Denver Athletic club clubMByard club100yard
MByard dash daShWon Won by H Layton 7yds 7 7yards
yards St Louis Time TImeiG TB IST ISTaWyard 1S 1Syard
aWyard yard run nintves Wes by A Bellman Bellmanyrds K Kyards
yards St St Louis Time TlmeO7 TlmeO7445yard Z3K
44 445yard yard run runWon Won by Roy Gray Grayysjds 15 15yrd
ysjds yrd Time Tirne51 S1 15
Ohe mile run runVon Won by J J Rentes RentesChicago ReittesChi
Chicago Chi Time Tlme114 138 45 45Safyartl 4i2tyartI
Safyartl run nihWon Won by C H Turner 2yards 2 2yards
yards St Louis TlmfcrfB 85
Running high jump JumpWon Won by tt Fr Fray Fraymark y yrhark
mark scratch St Louis Height HtIghi4 6 feet
9 1 inches inchesRunning lflelsRunning
Running bread jump jumpWon Wans by C L
Hastedt S inches St LOute DfetAnce
39 feet featlI 10 inches inchesPole
Pole vault vtultWou Won brPawl br Paul BeHsreirt 7
inches St Louis Height Heightrn tt feet l
inch inchFatruijr InchPlltrllW
Fatruijr tHe sixteenpound shot eliotWon Won by
John J Guihiiey scratch St Louis Dis
tsnce tenetIl W feel 2 Inches inchesThrowing
Throwing the sixteenpound hammer
Won by Harta Wolf scratch t Louis
Distance Disianee124 w feet W inches
Throwing the fliscTIS tll5W Won n bv S P
Smith a feet St L Loute Distance Distnee117 Distnee117Throwing Ii7
leet leetThrowlnir Throwing the nftysixpo M weight
Won by H A Weinecke scratch un unattached unattached >
attached Didtnco4 Distance 94 feet 10 inches mehesWill inchesCIosToday
Will Close CIosToday CIosTodaySt Today TodaySC
SC Louis July 2kThe The handicap handica and andchampionship id idchathiHonship
championship meets of the Western a allon ajocletlon
jocletlon llon of the Amateur Athletic union unioni
begak i today in the Stadium and nd will willclose winclued
close tomorrow The entries include inctudemhout includebout
bout 109 athletes The contests of both
days include the regular track and field fieldevents fieldey5fltz
events eventsQur ey5fltzaur
Qur entire stock of clothing on sate sateat salelit
at cost and less lessRICHARDSON
172 Main street streetKiLLED
Butte Mont July S A special from fromBoulder Cramiioulder
Boulder says William Phippe an em emWbl emiih
iih Wbl otr the Thdmas Th4mas Smith ranch near nearstttntly nearh
h itips struck by lIghtning Mud lx lxstantly
stttntly kilftll aho abut c ten miles south of ofthe
the city Mr Phipps was driving into intotown IntotoWn
town from the ranch when the storm stormcccme strmIns
cccme Ins up U The belt also killed both his hishorses hish
horses horsesChoice h res restiolce
Choice of any aii straw hat lefXSSr lefXSSrR1CSAJU3SON letteItCflARflSON
172 IT Main street streetTAGC3AHT streetTAGGABT
j w York July 2ChalnnaB Taggart Taggartof
of the national Democratic committee lea leuSenator leathe
the Hoffman IIOUCP today to renault renaultSenator
Senator Gorntaa about the membership membershipof
of the exeeriUve eomihlt eomihltSorae emmltte5 emmltte5Some
Some if t the leaders lead rs nave urged that thati thatj3
j3 tdbtltiV COWIOILbIl earned at ene enebe
be i < hat camnargK work win net be S Sisyod e eteyed
New YOrk July 28 1FIve Five thousand persons all thai could crowd crowdof ciowdInto
Into ctKer ui1on cheered theinsIves hoarse tonight over the death deathof
of the Suartan minister of 5 the interiorVon PleMe PleMeThe PlehveThe
The great hull was dotted with Anarchists who 1ID lit frequent frfth frtnzlen frtnzlenof ea s sof
of excitement waved red bandanna budannall SfRT voISW o11h tfiHf iTflp Sfiprbvil iflcvr St b tftc tftcassassination mttssabeiflrLtl0ii
assassination tssabeiflrLtl0iiAt N
Y At ercry ever mention bf the boniftthrox bembthrWIr Tif there TSis tts 9 Mn tifat 1GKL 1GKLseveral itdseverI
several minutes an anjl crt criSs o of Logic oslo Leglo Legio echaed through thioughthahsill throughthe
thahsill thahsillTh the huh huhT110
Th T110 maaS thss meeting wash washeld iaby by the United Human RB RPbI bluiloni t1onlts ts ta tacelebrate tocelebrate
celebrate Von Plehve death ufffich they believe wilt mark a new npwera newera
era of liberty for their brethren In Rusaa The leaders of tmi reolu reolutlonlsts retolutloalsts
tlonlsts in Nw YorK YOi City endeavoped to keep the Anarchists away awaybut awaybut
but thc thejjeeting jneeting WAS public ami the Anarchists stole in one at a time timeThe timeThe
The pouch estimated that SW Anarchists werpres were present nL v
Uncle Sams Boys Make a Good GoodShowing GoodShowing
Showing ShowingHONORSWE ShowingHONOIS
q 5 5Yestoy
YssterQay wapresuiar na egular monthly O flak flakday W Wdajr
day at Fort Douglas and a number et etInteresting t tinteresting
interesting events were pulled off underth under underthe
the th direction of Lieutenant Beebe As Asthe Asthe
the artillery is 1 away engaging In target targetpraeUCA targetprattSC
praeUCA at Strawberry the IMutWpents IMutWpentswere
were ail infantrymen members of tb the
Twentyninth regulars
The jwyard dsih was wort oy Pftdbor Pftdborof Fadheiwof
of company P Jn II second setanda Brashenr of ofcompany f fcompany
company F was second1 and Morley of ofcompany Ofcompany
company H Intro Collins Colllnr of company
K was the victor In the running broad broadump
lamp ump covering 16 feet Garrett of com company cornpany ¬
pany F was second and Ripple of com company cornpall ¬
pany pall L I third lit putting the shot shotHaekett shotHa4ett
Haekett of company II made the best bestof boatshowing
showing throwing it Sti feet MontanibO MontanibOof
of company L I pat It 2S6 feet and Geo Geohart Gohhart
hart of company F 28 5 feet In the thethr thethreelegged
thr threelegged flggad race three teams of two men meneach
i each competed Company H team won wonand wEstarid
and company compatly Ls team was second an ancompany and andcompany
company Es third thirdDasher thirdDasher
Dasher of company B threw n t ascttall ascttallIW
IW 2 feet and wok wa In that contest Kirby Kirbyof
of company II t threw th the bail MR i feet feetand I Iand
and Artist of company E tosBed It itfe 2SS 2SSfeet
feet fe t la the hammerthrowing contest contestYetzer contestYetzer
Yetzer of company L 1 won reeking M3 743feet j
feet liaekctt of company H put ft W WvfrFt 1Si 1Sifct
vfrFt fct Hackett of company H won the therunning therunung
running high jump making 47 feet Glass Glassof Glassot
of company E ana and Workman of company companyR
R were second and thlm respectively
Padberg of company F F won the 23yard 23yardhurdle yard yardiurdle
hurdle intro his tune icing Ji seconds secondsBrasbeer secondsBranhear
Brasbeer of company F rtsj second secondcompany secondCompany
Company U won the tugoCwai wIfl wIflcotlipany
company H second and company L Lthird Lthird
third The onerafie walk was won by byBaker byBaker
Baker of company F in 10 minutes and
38 second Lowman or comiaj y G Gcame Uame
came in second and Coo of compjtny L Lthird t tthIrd
third The 239yard yard Cast was won by byWorkman byWorkman
Workman of company E in 27 7 seconds secondsPadberg secondSPadberg
Padberg ana Hlelrett coming eomtn m a second secondaad sceondand
and third In the competitive drill Riddle Riddleof Riddleof
of company L I was declared the victor victorMack ulctorMack
Mack of company G wan second and antijilton
ijilton p5 company P thirl Tb half halfifte
ifte wail hi hsedvy marching order was wasWon
Won by Baker ut company F In S nun nunutes
uCes and I seconds Tappan of company companyL
L I and Taylor of company G came in inclose Inclose
close second nod third The last event eventa
a halfmMe roiAyvrnjCc Was won by y com company cornpeny
pany F Pt wltiK company II second and andcompany andcompany
company B third thirdThese thttdThese
These events took place Jhce itt the fore forenoon forenoon ¬
noon In the afternoon then was a game gamoof gameof
of baseball between tw twa nines one of ofwhich orwhich
which was made up front > companies K Kand 1 1and
and H and the other front company F FTtic FThe
The letter won bx bu a seme of 23 to 4 4fl 4iShe
fl iShe e hartpri vs were Companies E and andII andII
II Kirby and Berry company F Bar Barrett Barrett
rett a nil Erney ErneyOffice ErneyogDEN
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueTelephone Av ntie ntieTeicphoue
Telephone 14 14Ogden 14WiLL
Ogden Saturday July SO SOWILL
Board of Education Decides to toName toName
Name School After Presi President Presidnto1 ¬
dent dnto1 of Board BoardThe Bo rd rdThe
The new school building i1dtn now in course courseof courseof
of construction OH ouTwentieth Twentieth street is to tobe tobe
be officially dedicated as the Dec Dechulid Dechulidlag build building ¬
lag in honor of the president of the board boardof
of education The name waS decided upor1 upor1last upor uporlaat
last night Ail the members were pras prastnt preseat
tnt except Ms Dec who left in the after afteri
i oon 00 for California The recoinmeniia recoinmeniiatlon
ties came from Mr Gwllliam chairman chairmanof
of the buildings and grounds committee committeewho conintitteewho
who In a neat speech referred to Mr MrkDees MrDees
kDees services in the public schools of ofOgden otOgden
Ogden extending over a period of nearly nearlythlrtyfiva
thlrtyfiva years The motion was unani unanimously unasiwously ¬
mously Carried CarriedOwfne harriedOsrbe
Owfne recommendation of the teachers teacherscommittee tCacherscommittee
committee James L BarSer jr was em employed emttloyed ¬
ployed as assistant teacher tn science at atthe atThe
the High Softool and Miss Eva L BuSh Budfewas BuShas
was as employed to teach English in place placeof placeof
of Miss Casein Who resigned Other Otherteachers Otherteachers
teachers employed were Henry Barker Barkerennedy Barkerand
and Gertrude M Kennedy ennedylorenc
M1haFI0tsiteS lorenc stereae was appointed appointedto
to a scholarship in the normal depart department departmerit ¬
merit of the university The board still stillhas stillbaa
has another scholarship at it its disposal disposalALLEGED disposalALLEGED
Dispute Over Property Propsi ± y in JTorth JTorthOgden oith oithOgden
Ogden OgdenMary Ogdentary
Mary tary E Eastman one of the heirs at atlaw atl
law la ot tile late GeorgeW Ruse of SortS NortOgden SortSOgden
Ogden has tiled an action against Celes Celestia
tia Rohrer and Gedge Rose asking that thata
a certain df died ed to sonic property in North NorthOgden NorthOgden
Ogden ne set aside and that the said saidproperty saidproperly
property revert Back to the estate of ofGeorge ofGeorge
George W Rose ftc The complaint charges chargesVtoat chargesthat
that the defendants together with one oneOeorace oneOOore
Oeorace Dean secured the acknowtedg acknowtedgbefore acknowiedgmusE
musE of the deed from the owner just justefore
before his death and that they did so by byfraud
fraud and misrepresentation to him The Thep Thepaintift
paintift p ainlift turther alfeses that ne ronald considtrsrl ronalderatlOn
eratlOn trsrl n passeu between betw eza th thl parties as asalleged asaliegId
alleged in tae deed and that the purpose purposeof
of thd hI alleged transaction was that thatvj thatSOrge
vj orge S > Dean e8n might buy the premises premisessought premisesnoqigat
sought to t be conveyed and at a censid censideration cenehderatibn
eration below tbeTfeal value As corroto corrondtatlve
1 orative of the fnttid charge it is claimed claimedable claimedthat
that the deceased was li1terate and no noabe
able to write his name and that he did didnot didnot
not understand the purpese of the mark marki
i he raaos nmu on the instrument instrumentAnother inStrumentSPILL
Another Damage Suit Growing Oufc Ou of ofJackson ofackson
Jackson Explosion ExplosionJames ExplosionJames
James Katseanes admintetrato of the theestate thresate
estate of the late George Katseanes yes yesterday yeaterday ¬
terday tiled through his attorney C C CHicham ClUebardg
Hicham an action against tIlt Southern Southernpacific Southernzetfie
pacific company dematu Uetnanung ng damage of ofe ofsj
sj ttge lijpasues was oneof the theIlseks
Ilseks kilieg lit ta e esplostcn at Jackson XackooisSiding j
Siding on Feb TS last 1he e fompt complaint complaintber5ea t tbargee
bargee the cornpany wit t cnrelesetiesw cnrelesetieswia
ia handling powder and also alleges that thatthe thatthe
the air brakeS were defec defeeve ve so that the thecollision thecoiilaIsn
collision prettmimtry to the explosion was wasthe
the result resultContest
Contest in in Voas Estate EstateA
A contest has developed in settling the theestate theestate
estate at the lateMrs late Mrs Annie Vos A Apetition A Apetition
petition was filed yesterday in the jiro jirobate nro
bate section of the district court in which whichHerman whichHerman
Herman Poorte a brother of the de deceasfd doceasd
ceasfd asks for the revocation of the let letters lettore ¬
tore of administration issued to Herman Hermanusa
Vosel usa The grounds for the revocation are arethat
that Voss 6 incompetent to manage the
affairs of the estate which is valued at ati
9tO i The petition will be resisted resistedDr resistedDr
Dr Forbes orbesCondition orbesConditionThe Condition ConditionThe
The condition of Dr Forbes was rather ratherxare rathermore
more satisfactory yesterday although Jrts Jrtsrelatives Jib Jibrelatives
relatives and the attending physicians physiciansUH physiciansMill
Mill UH regard his case we as serious Drl Dz Dick Dickson Dkkseal
son the city physician is acting as cotta county ¬
ty physician also during the Illness of ofur ofjjr
ur Forbes
Ogden OgdenBriefs OgdenBriefsW Briefs BriefsW
W L Dovte of Dehver I hvoz is In Ogden Ogdenj j jE
j E w W Reese waif watt in Ogden yesterday j
Vwm fam tHe Capital Capltalcity CapltalcityA Star StarA
A marriage license wife ws issued last night nightto
to John RueeeJI aged 37 and Miss Emily
Court as aged d Kl bath of OgUert OgUertMr OgtieriMr
Mr and Mrs Henry Kissell have gone goneeast goneeast
east for a visit which win extend ext nd to St StLottte Stijeute
Lottte ijeuteW j
W Nelson and 2iss ias Mary Richardson
bare returned to Salt Lake after a few fewdays fewdyf
days visit with fth Mrs Stanley Johnson JohnsonJudge JohnsonJldge
Judge Thomas D Dee accompanied by bytwo bytwo
two of his uaujrhters left yesterday for forCalifornia CotCsj1fornla
California wnere they wlllivislt for some sometime sometime
time timeA timeA
A game of baseball la scheduled for tais taismbrslivs ttsrnhridng
mbrslivs between the Jessicas of Ogden Ogdenfrom Ogdenand
and the liarshnlij Mett ntlIe company companyisine
isine of North Ogtlen OgtlenTom
Tom Mathews s In flgdSrrvegtrtTay
from Salt Lake arranging for the cx CxIir r
slons to thi auio at rao raoh rxtnd rxtndhe
< h he > cycle cieze rae yacee Twe Tueetie t tKing nipit a the Sail Sail1aisce
1aisce z zJjit
Jjit P Spontirw1ll kntc MandaV tr trhteago
hteago whi rs ha oea to spend a few fewnoflt
noflt 5tiidlztg astoon Waik Murray
King formerly of Park Cty has arrived
in Qgden and wfi take the position 110n here heretofore ¬
tofore held by air SiH Sntter iwr iwrA
A telephote nteaaaxe from the Rio IlioGrande RioGrande
Grande roundhouse about It is oclock last lastnight lastnight
night called the out patrol nil wagon to that thatplace thatplace
place where a number ef bobos had been beenmtarreUng beenquarreang4
mtarreUng one at wham claimed t to > hate
been ntbbad The rh polke brought two o oe of
te > e men to the station and will invest investrgatti investgate
gate the case this morning The men menKave menftve
Kave ftve their names as Ed d Canter and Carl CarlThe Carll1ar
l1ar l1arThe
The savings demictnent ot tfa fbI Pin Pingrce Pingtce
grce National bunk will rtfMata op opori oporio1 n
01 Saturday nights until 8 p m for th thhtnodating tht thtJiIzrpoee
JiIzrpoee of aevothinodatln htnodating those who whormcs wh whirish
irish to make savings rmcs depositsur deposits depositsOur
Our ur entire endreStuekofreguigreo sieWe of regtiktr 5 0 stiff
1 ha1 H 55
IT 171 Main street streetWORLDS streetWGRLIYSFAIREXCURSION
Via Denver Rio Grande GrandeTo
To St LfOtite and return 4859 4859To
To Chiajco and return 4 47W 47WTo 4710To
To St Louis and return via Chl Chleftgo Cliiettgo
eftgo or vice v vera veraSelling rsi 50M 50MSelling
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday ol oleach ofach
each week Stopovers allowed Final Finallimit Finallimit
limit fclxty day from date of f sale Pall Pallman Pullman
man and tourist sleepers through to o St StLouis 5tLouis
Louis without change Choice of ofroutes ofroutes
routes See ee any D ft R G agent agentOnefourth agentOnefourth
Onefourth off on all a summer under underJfrefr undereer
172 Main street streetEXCURSION streEte streEtEXC1JRSIONTIV1tS
Via Oregon Short Line LineSt LineSt
St Louis and return 425t 54251Chicago 425tChicago
Chicago and return returnChicogo 4Tr4 4Tr4Chicago
Chicago and return via St Louis 56M 56MSt 3105St
St Louis and retufn via Chicago 50M 50MThrough 5005Through
Through Pullman sleeper via the tbeU theU
U P and Wabash lines linesTransit linesTransit
Transit limit ten days in each dlrec dlrectinn direcLion
Lion final limit sixty days Tickets on onsale onsale
sale Tuesdays and Fridays each week weekTickets weekTickets
Tickets good for stopover stopoverSALT stopoverSMT
EX X C H A TO NilEON E ECalifornia
California and Eastern Races BacesMoticc RacesNotice
Notice of Assessment Ho 5 5MAY
pany Principal piacr of bn biiiness ness Sale Salelake Saltlake
lake City Ltah Notice Not ee is hereby given giventhat giventhat
that at a meeting of the board of direr dirertors dirertore
tore of the above named company held heldOn
on the 27th day of July 1901 asssssroem asssssroemthe
No S of 1 cents per share was levied on onthe
the capital stock of the corporation p pay payable y ycble
able immediately to John Campbell sec secretary seeretary ¬
retary at the office of the company room
4 Commercial block Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny UtahAny
Any stock u upon on which this assessment assessmentmay assammentmay
may remain unpaid on the 31st day of ofAugust ofAugast
August 1891 will be delinquent and ad advertised advertised ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunless
unless payment is made before will be besold besold
sold on the Sitk ltk day of September MM MMat 1104at
at 2 p m at the office of the company companyroom comjnyroom
room 4 Commercial block Sell Lake City CityIjtah
Utah to pay the delinquent assessment asseMmenttogether assessmenttogether
together with the cost of advertising and andexpense andexpense
expense of sale saleJOHN saleJOHN
JOHN CAMPBELL Secretary SecretaryRoam SecretaryRoem
Roam 4 Commercial Block Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah UtahNotice t7tahNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOFFICE ContraotorsOFFICE
uorkn Salt I Lake ike City Utah July XT I MM MMSealed 1104Seaied
> Sealed tiroaeaals will be received at this thisoffice thisoffice
office until 3 oclock p m Thursday Aug ug
it KM for The work of UtaItig u1n MOitfom MOitfomand nddltiOrocand
and alterations to fire station on East
First South street streetFinns s sPlans
Plans and apecifleatfon for mM work workcan workcan
can be obtained u urns on application at the theoffice theoffice
office of the Chief of the fire department
The Therlght right i in reeerved to reject any and od odall
all 11 bids bidsBy bIdsBy
By order of the board of pabUcrorks public works
B A WALL Chairman ChalnwanVILLIAM ChairmanwrI1L14t
Chief ot the Fh Department
f Building Inapector InapectorNotice ThapectorNotice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeOTlCE
the assessment of r the tar levied bv the thocity thecIty
city council of Safc Lake City Utah by byordinance byordiflne
ordiflne ordinance passed July Mth dM upon uponthe uponthe
the property fronting en Twelfth TwelfthEast i iEast
East street All of lots 2 and 5 the south i
1485 feet of tot 3 and the north 1485 feet fcotof l lof
of lot 4 Fronting on First South strret strretAM airretAll I
AM of lots 1 and 2 block 34 plat F Salt
Lake City survey for the purpose of con constzuetlng
strueting a cement sidewalk six feet wide wideon
on the east side of Twelfth East 5trt tre trestreet
from South Tenipie street to First South SouthStreet
street and on the north aide of First FirstSouth j
South street from Twelfth East t to Thir Thirteenth Thirteenth
teenth East street in sidewalk districts districtssos j
sos and 3 is completed completedThat completedThat
That the board of equalization and r rview re review >
view appointed by the city council for forthat I Ithat
that purpose will meet at the office of oftho f fthe
the city recorder room W 105 tity tityand dtyand
and county building on Toes Tiwi1day Toesday
day August 5th th 18W and on ontinue ont1nue
tinue in seeskm until Saturday August Augustl Augustl2th
l l2th h 14 34 between the hours of 3 Zht > and and4in
48 4in p m and will hear and ionsid onsider onsiderany r rany
any objections and make correction of o oany i iany
any tax which said board may deem un unequal unequal
equal or unjust unjustThat unjustThat
That during url said time between th thhours t h hhours
hours ef 9 a at and S p m Fairt list listwill
will 1 be e open to public inspection At i t th thoffice t P Poffice
office of the city recorder Room 1 1t 1tSty < X X3ty >
< Sty and County building Salt Lake City CityLtah
Ltah LtahBy ttahBy
By order Of the City Council dat dated 1 July Julyth July10th
City Recorder RecorderSidewalk RecorderSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No NoNOTICE 11 11S
Notice NoticeNOTICE
the aseeesment ot the tax levied hv the thecity theeitl
city council coua l of Salt Lake LakeCity City Utah by byordiftanee
ordiftanee passed July lt ltJ 1904 upon uponthe uPonthe
the property abutting upon all o of lots l lnd 1arid
arid nd 4 block 45 all of tots 2 4 and 3 block bIsekahl
45 all of lot lots 1 and 4 Mock 08 allof lots ltsaand lotsand
aand and 3 block f7 0 all of lots 1 and 4 block
73 all of tote 2 and 3 block 74 all of lots letsI
1 Arid fld 4 Mock IS an of lots 2 and 3 block hl ek
95 9 all of lots 1 and 4 block 101 all nf lots lotsstid
2 and I block WZ all of lot 1 block 1C4 1C4and 14and
and all of f lot 2 block 122 plat D l Suit SuitLuke SaitLake
Luke City survey for th the j purpose of r rtonfllng es estending
tending slid laying sewer lateral on C Cstreet < T Tstreet
street from Third street to n p point in < mid midway miiiway ¬
way between i BlrtJth and Ninth streets in insewer innewer
sewer d Ntrtrt No 1 is cnm comleteii comleteiiThat letef1 letef1That
That the Ixwrd of oqunlisation and nH re review reudevt ¬
view appointed t tiy y the city council oun il for forthat forthat
that purpose will moet at the office it itT > f fT
T R Black 17Wert Second South street streeton
on Tuesday August 5th th 1904 and r rtinue ctinue
tinue in session until Saturday August August12th
1 12th h 1SW Between the huurjrof 3 Pi and and4I
490 p m and will h hear ar and consider mnsiderany considerany
any objections and make correction of ofany ofany
any tax which said board may deem un uneotml oncouni
eotml or unjust unjustThat unjust1bat
That during aid time b botWen > tw n ho hohotds i ihours
hours of D a ra and 5 p m said list listW listtril
W tril < M be apse to Bttblic inspection at tru truotfice Uto5fice
otfice of the city recorder Room 1 1City 1city >
City toil C Caunty nty boUdlpg and also at atthe atthe
the office of T R Black 1 IT West Sec Second Secred ¬
red South tr tre u Salt Lake City Utah UtahBr Ptak1i
1i Br order of the City Coun Coneil l dated July
City Recorder ReeoraerSewer RecorderSewer
Sewer extension No 139 139NOTICE 131C
C Notice NoticeNOTICE
city munch of Salt I Lake ake Citv of the in intention Intentiett ¬
tention of f such eotmcJl to m nrhse < e the fH fHtotvlnff fr4lowing
lowing described improvement towit towitConstructing towltConstructing
Constructing a cement sidewalk four feet feetwide feetwide
wide on both sides of McClelland ave avenue areflUe
flUe from First Sooth street to Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street in sidewalk district No Noand a aand
and defray the cost and expense thereof thereofestimated thereofestimated
estimated at one thousand thirtytwo and andSSlffi
SSlffi 400 51 1036t < Si65 > dollars or TO1W CB79 D7P > del dollars dellava ¬
lars per front or linear foot by a local localassessment localassessment
assessment upon the lots er pieces of ofground ofground
ground within the following described din district dintrlct ¬
trict being the district to be affected or orbenefited orbpnefited
benefited by said Improvement namely namelyAll namelyAll
All of lots 2 3 6 and 7 block 29 plat jl jlAll F FAll
All protests and objections to the car carrying carrying ¬
rying out of such intention must He Pre Presented Prorented ¬
rented in writing to the city recorder on onor onor
or before the 2nd nd day of August 1S04 1S04being 1904being
being the time set by said council when whenit
it will hear and consider such protests protestsand irotetsanut
and objections as may nua be made thereto theretoi thretoBy
By ondr bf the i city ir irLakeiCirj council ef Salt SaltLake
LakeiCirj Lake Ctta VTh VThZlatCdsjdnc
t ZlatCdsjdnc > atliJtitifea iShth hh 19W 19WJ
4 City Recorder RecorderSide RecorderSidc
Side Ilk extension ext liSt fl No O 7i
4 4Delinquent
Delinquent Notice IToticeWABASH NoticeWABASH
WABASH MIXIXU 11NlNf rnMPANT FRT FRTclpat lt ltcipa
clpat place of business busnt S i k
Utah NoticeThtr > tin ar dliquen dliquenthe 1 1 qui quithe
the foDDwrng described st i < x4t n nof no noof >
of aawaament So o 8 Uvl 1 vil d i th
day of Jnne 110 the several severe amounts amountsopposite uz1ioIutopposite
opposite the names of the resp repeshareholders < i ishareholders
shareholders a follows
Cert OertNo CertNo
No Name S es An An3S
3S l Moee Rits Rosenthal nthal o I
39 Anna OppTiheim T
4 C R Chamberlain ChamberlainS3 <
S3 Louis Irf Iavv > v >
119 Is M Hennan Hennanlii
lii Henry Merits Meritsif
123 Irving Aisherg
127 Charles Tibias Toirfas17t
17t Charles Splgcl Splgcl1RS Srgeii < >
1RS i L Kleeman Co CoM Coi >
M i Queofe Levy Levy3o Levysal < <
3o sal W S Barnes BarnesB arnes arnestti
tti B John Messick MessitScIll
Ill 61 F tI Basn Baseatit B >
175 7 ClMulee Clis lea To Tobias Was s
SlJ Robert E McConnc McConnc9M < >
9M S Heller v r
1112 K F O Park L
1125 11 B K Blocb iIIOCbnIl
nIl Sarah A Marshall Marshaill
1 7 A H Tarbet 1 1IW
IW 1 W W Armstrong
UW t w w S Armstrong
Tttm I R A Waddeil WaddeltI
1J L I O Hoffman ffoftianl r r1S
1S l B K Bloth > n nlot
lot 13 W H Bramel i i1S1T
1S1T NellIe F Keogh
1575 LouIs F Schneider SchneiderUl <
Ul A H Tnrbet 1
171 W A Clark ClarkJ7W >
J7W M S Penuercast PenuercastH eniergast
H 1111 Axel Olson Olson1WJ
1WJ H S Joseph
HB M S Penww t t1W
1W James A Wlock f fAnd o oAnd
And in arcordaace with I ami amiorder zeiiorder
order of the hoard of dIr < 1iiv r m n l lthe Ithe
the list day r ut f June 1SW
> s < > tnniy y yof > i iof
of each pare of such sto st s snecessary m mnecessary
necessary will 1 be sold it th uocompany io iocompany
company room Ol it AtU A u isa b I < t < v t torwl y yonl
onl South ntret nr nt Salt l I > akf al < ity I r ron I Ion
on the 15th day ef Aii AuahII ji t 1 I 14 a am it i im >
m to i pay th delinquent 5sei 5seigether
gether with thy cost sf f alv t jin jinexpense 151 151expense
expense of aal aalv il ilW
W v > ilNT FERRV SoreMr SoreMrOfHce crc crcOffice
Office Itt Atlis BICH Bksk > K Salt ti k 1 < <
Delinquent Notice NoticePINK NoticePIN
PINK PIN TRKK MINING f Mil Milcompany dhicompany
company Principal pIta e > or i i iand
and 32 HooiMr building Salt Si i iUtah
Utah K NutieeTher ti < Ther < aro ar d dU > lr nueii nueiithe Ut Utthe
the followinsr lescribKl stock sin Ii n nofasnemment a aof
of ofasnemment assessment Xo S levrd on yi yithe l lthe
the several so I amounts set ojmosit ojmositnames ifl iflnames
names 01 the respective cori o < 1 < > i
follows folioweName
NV of N r rName
Name Ort t ri Sh i rv rvI r
Henry 4 Newman 1 1 pYu pYullenryJ
llenryJ I Newman n l lHenry i iHenry > >
Henry J 4 Newkian l w t tIleery
Henry j S Newman i ui w wHenry in inHenry
Henry 3 1 Newman IT IT ITHwy tb tbHenry
Hwy J 1 Newman H HMenry 1 1ilenrt
Menry J Newman ii 1 1Henry v vHenry
Henry J 1 Newman J < > 0 0Henry n nHenry
Henry J Newman 11 1 0 0Henry iki ikiHenry >
Henry J 7 Newman on e i iHenry
Henry J Newman n nHenry w wHenry >
Henry J Newman 2 2John i iJohn >
John F F Grant 1 1John i iJohn
John F Grant OrantMrs GrantMrs <
Mrs I J Grant 4 4And r rAnd
And in accordance with Uw I w m ni niSte < l lder
der of the board of dir direurs > < trs mide mide6th 1 1 16th
6th day of February 13 154 > 4 ani i ir iron i ion
on the 5th th day Of Marr Ma r I nu i ider i idec
dec on the 4th day of f Aori Arorder > n norder
order on the be Id day of ii May M t ir M iiniser i ioraer
oraer of the board of dir tt j rt = mui muithe mi mithe
the 3d day of June 1S 1tJ > 4 and a I m i tr ri rithe i ithe
the board of directors made in i iof in > hf hfof >
of July MM to exteid the time t tuntil of ofuntil
until the lath day of August IS ISshares iisharenof
shares sharenof of each narcf of sut eu ii sue stivmay suemay
may be necessary will b I > Id Idcompanys d ri ricompanyR
companyR office at a HOOD Ii buiMi buiMiSalt ti tiSalt
Salt I Lbke ftkc City ity ttah or i th I Iay smi smiay
ay of August 1994 at ii U nck nckof It Itof
of said day da to pay delinquent deli quuTr iSP CPF CPFthereon F Ti Tithereon
thereon together togeth with costs > advtr advtrins alu alutog
ins and expenses of sal nalC salC
C S PJtiv Secret
51 and 52 Hooper Building Salt U tak takTtah k kTtah >
BoK geeolutlon geeolutlonA > lution lutionA
upon all the real and per personal onnl pmi pr > < i iwithin
within Salt Lake ake City ma mad < 1 taxab taxahllaw
law lawBe
Be St resolved by the city counc councSalt coueSalt
Salt I lake ake City C iy Utah ITtahThat UtahThat
That for th this < purpose ptjtpj of defrayin defrayinne 1 i ineressar
ne neressar ssary and a od proper expfn expenLake sor sorI
I Lake ake City an arid l maintaining tlie tliement t is i iipent
ment ipent thereof there h he and there i
Is levied upon all the rea TOni nnd ari5property pe pepropeny
property within said id ritv m dntaXRh dntaXRhtaw taai taailaw
taw for the fiscal year epiii i iig jj i <
2SM a total tax of ten ill Vn mills rn s p per r
dollar assessed valuation of said j jerty i > >
Said tax Js Ii levied and Is to t be befor r
for the following purposes and nul is isshall i ishall
shall be apportioned to such purport purportthe 1urprthe
the following manner ruannerTo mannerTo
To defray contingent exoenfs sxrwn a 4i 4 ti tion i ion
on each dollars assessed vtluatim vtluatimsaid luat luatsaid
said property propertyTo iropertyTo
To purchase water sour < sream ream I
the land unon which such ci h streamp streampappropriated rcatre rcatreappropriated
appropriated and canals anl ij const con conWateiworki r rwaterworks
waterworks and to supply water f fligation r rrigation
rigation and other purposes i niiii niiiieach uuioath =
each dollars assessed valuatiijn v a1 a1property of ofproperty
property propertyTo
To open improve and repair street itre i isidewalks
sidewalks 3t i mills on each tri ctoilars inhlarsceased
ceased valuation of said prjorty or orTi
To Ti construct conch Jet and repair s w p pdralni rc
drains mill on each dolitrs a as asvaluation isvaluation
valuation of said property properuTo
To maintain public library ibrtr and
reading room 14 I mill on fa h loiiar loiiarThfc injiarassess
assess valuattn of arid Tr rtv
This resolution Shall tak t ffect v
Its It passage passagePassed
Passed by the city rounnil of Salt I ICity
City Utah Jwiy Ju J8 1904 and referral referralthe referr o othe
the mayor for his apnrov spnrorei i
City Cit Hecordr HecordrState ItecoruState
State of ltsh City Clryand and Courty of n P
Lake Lakees LakeesI ss ssI
I J S Critchtow city recorder of Si
Lake City ity Itah do hereby rtifv rUf t t tthe r n
the above and foregoing in M full fulland tril triland
and correct copy of a reaoirni e8oIiiti > n lpv lpva I Ia
a general tax on all real anl ni oer niproperly
property within Salt Lake City Tta I Ithe
the fiscal year ending I Bee > ec iliH p pns I
by 1i the city council of SM Sa1 r TaL TaLLt4h ake i
Ctah July 2t > jill and approved b bmayor Iimayor <
mayor July 29 9 ISOl as appears of r
in my office officeIn officein
In witness whereof T Tunto iav > rs rsunto
unto set e my hand and affls ifflzi d t v
Seal corporate real of said city this thi >
day of July 19M
Cu Recorder
Resolution r No o 19 19Notice 15p 15Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
city council of Salt Lake City of tht ub i
tention of such council to make the
lowing described impro improvemnt improvemntCOtrstruetlng em nt in inC
C n8tructing a cement sidewalk six PXwide f fwide
wide on the north side of North N rth Tenri Tenristreet Tn y
street between State and KHSI Te Testreets I Istreets
streets and on the west side of f fStreet ST t i istreet
street between North Templ and l 1 <
North streets in sidewalk district
19 and 27 and Befray the coat at anri anripense a apause
pause thereof estimated at il or i thouv thouvsix tho thoida
six hundred seventyone and nd ndlC1ie > i iJI
JI lC1ie < 71f9 > dollars or or one am au r loo 1i 1idollars i
dollars per front or linear foot iwt by i ical
cal assessment upon th lots or orif j jof >
of if grounrt within the following d us usdistrict < sril srildistrict
district behg the district to be 1 aff ff t tor 1 1or
or benefited by said improvement r rly r rly
ly All of lots J 2 6 7 and S block blockplat iii iiipint
plat A AAll AAll
All protests and objections to the ther thervlnr
r rvlnr > inr out of HMth Intention must bi bisented be beseated >
seated in writing to the city recorder recorderor record recordor
or before th the < > 2nd nd day of August tugustbeing i < i ibeing
being th the time set by said < oimd Vh a ait i iIt
It Will hear and consider suh suhand prrt prrtand
and objections a as may be made thrr thrrBy C r rBy
By order of the city council cf c cLake PKL
Lake City Utah UtahBated UtahDated
Bated June 6th 1904 1904J 1504J
City Recorder RecorderSidewalk RecorderSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No 72 72notice 2 2Notice
notice noticeNOTICE NoticeIfOTICE
the assessment of the th tax levied bv th thcity t tcity
city council of Salt Lake City Utah Utahordinance bv bvordinance
ordinance Jma passed July 18th ISM ui uithe ipvi ipvithe
the property abutting upon the east eastfeet i ifeet
feet of lot 3 and the west 146 feet of
4 1 block 9 the west lift feet of I lot 1 1the u utbe
the east 140 feet of tot 2 block 2i p i
D Salt Lake City survey for the thepose i ipoe
pose of extending and laying swr swrera sowroral
era oral on First street between E and s l lstreets i istreets
streets in sewer district No 1 is c cThat < n npleted
pleted pletedThat
That the board of equalization anl anlvletd anIvies
vies appointed by the cIty council f fon 1that
that purpose will meet at the otuiec I IT
T It Black 1 West Seeopd South ° tr trtIn
on tIn Tuesday August 9thISO 1504 and vr vrtinue n ntlnue
tinue in session until Saturday Auin Auinth Augi35th
35th th ISO between the hours of SSft u u4i I
4i 4 p m and will hear and consider considerany consilrany
any objections and make correctioa correctioasay correctioaally
say tax which said board may deem un unomml i iequal
equal or unjust unjusthours unjustThat
That during said thur btweh i iboors
hours of D a m and S p tn said saidwJtt s swilt
wilt be e open to public Inspection Inspin tion at atoffice utoffice
office of the city recorder Room RoomBlack i icity
city and County building and ItiC ItiCthe
the office of T t Black 17 West S Salt 01a
a South nrset Salt alt Lake City ttsh ttshy I is
iTT y order of the City CowaaH dated 4atdfItli 1iK 1iKSth
City Recor fleencSewer Ur UrSewer
Sewer extension No 122

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