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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, August 08, 1904, Last Edition, Image 7

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Tyhen whe heft through < hthe the ball b 1I ground gates gatesthar gat gatthereMUllled gatesth
thar thereMUllled th r passed some thousands tbou aoos which whichthough wllichthough whichthIHgh
though short a oaite ot lee had seen our boys boysbcwt boysbet bUYsbct
bet t Johns Jokn soys bo twice The only merit meritclaimed meritclat meiltclalrned
claimed clat for the above epic ls J > that it ittells itteJIs Ittells
tells th the strict truth Strange though it itmay itmayappear Itmay
mayappear may appear to the bretkrea of the fan fangenus fan8ftU fanIeftus
genus 8ftU who were wm not on hand the tail tailfinders taUanders tallonders
finders aottsaUy aotua beat the Be leaders twp twptimes twptImes twptimes
times in rapid succession The first firstgame firstgam firstgm
game gm went U Innings and the sore seorewas 54IOreW sorev
W was v 5 S7 7 The second nd game me was of fThe fTheUllUal the theusual TheURtxaL
usual length The score was 1413 1413Thar 141T1 1412Therefore
Thar T1 Therefore reCere 6r let us rejoice with withceidT an ex exceedlns X Xce
ceedlns ce great Joy JoyWe joyUQ j jWehot
We Wehot avoliot UQ 1tot pretending to try to con conceal conceal concoal ¬
ceal out hilarious emotion All Join Joinband joinaDd JOInIins
band and sweetly we will stag Ma MaWn There rbereWaa ThereWarn
Warn Wn a Hot J Jfhn Jhn jhn in the Old Town To Last LastNight LutI51tt LfttNight
Night Really we ought to have as asmuch asm1lehtlme s sneh
much m1lehtlme time and < as a much space paeecs s the es esteemed es esteemed esteemed ¬
teemed Noah Webster1 Webster1expended Webste expended on his hisjustly hisU8tIy hisceeratd
justly celebrated cele unabridged < ed to tofttting toftttingf fitting fittingly ¬
f ly set forth all that happened down on onthe onr Oilr
r the pasture yesterday e afternoon It ex existence existeoce cxletenc ¬
istence were measured m u by events in instead Instead histeRd ¬
stead of by minutes hours days and andyears an anyears andyers
years the the1N Lift people who saw yester yesterdays ye yesterdays ler lerdR ¬
days dR Contests contests would be 3f I years older oldertoday oldertootty
4 today than they were yesterday yesterdayFive yesterdayme yeeterdyI
I Five hours oft of ofbnesball baseball b ilebaH to be exact exactfour exactfour exactfour
four hours and fifty fty minutes mlnut mlnuteofor for there therewas thereas therewas
was as ax aJl Jntermteskm of ten minutes be between be betw betweelL ¬
tween tw tbe U sawes are enough to suit suitthe suitthe suitthe
the most exacting Crowd into Jhese Jhesefive these thesefive hese1le
five hour n urs all kinds of hitting all kinds kindsof
of errors erJ8rs ail 11 kinds of fast heady baee baeewo baeeball e ebliU
ball and add to tbfie the the fact that we weWOft wewo
wo WOft twice t iJe two times count em two twoand tOan4 twoand
and you suit not only the most mo t exact exacting exacting exactIng ¬
ing but the most captious the most mostpeevishthe mostpeeviehthe mostpeevish
peevishthe peevish the most querulous You set et an anfrom anidea anIdea
idea of the aort of PIneS they were werefrom werefront
from the fact that nobody went w nt = home homeuntil homeuntil homeuntiL
until the last man had been put out in inthe lxithe
1 the last inning of the lst game gameMany sameMany gameMany
Many Interesting Features FeaturesThe FeaturesThe Peaturesrho
The features were too nunKeus to tomention tomention tomefttlon
mention One of them t em wad wa Honest Ho e John JohnMcCtoekey JohnMcClottkey JohnMcCloekey
McCtoekey John broke Into IItO the game gamefirat gameill gameftrs
firat in the tenth hmlnc of the opening openingencounter ope openIngencounter tngeueounter
encounter He didnt have a chance chanceeKfcer chnnceeIt chanceeither
either at the bat or in the field There Therefore Theretere Therefern ¬
fore he played faultlessly faultJe aly In the first firstgame tintgame firstgame
game MeCloakey took Hammonds place placeafter pJacealter placeafter
after Hammond had been saucy to the theumpire theumpire theumpire
umpire a sauciness that resulted res lted in inrollers inroI1ers Inrollers
rollers for Mr Hammond In the sec second second secend ¬
ond game OConnell became illin the tnethird thethfnl thethin
third inning Irmtn Marshall was brought in infrom infrom Infrom
from right rfghtto to play second and John Johnsauntered Jobnsaunteed Johnsauntered
sauntered out to Marshalls place He Hefielded Hefielded Hefielded
fielded his position perfectly bavins ba no noch mchalMles nochances
ch chances L ee And what whe t do you think he hedid hedid hedid
did at the bat Oh nothing to speak speakof
of only three safe hits and two runs runsout runsout runsout
out of three t ree times up Of course a ayounger aYOUD a ayounger
younger YOUD er player would ould have gotten six sixor sixor sixor
or eight eltht1tit8 nits in three times at bat but butJehu butIem butJtn
Jehu did id fairly well for an oldnever oldneverwas
was gentleman gentlemanBut entJeman entJemanButsuppo
But Butsuppo suppose e we proceed with the de details de details dotails ¬
tails We played pIa the first game in this thisshape thislaape thinshape
shape Pitcher ForsyUte bad a hand handthat bandtMt handthat
that looked s big as a canvased ham hamHe hamHe hamHe
He would nave looked better in a hos hospital hospital hoepital ¬
pital than In the box In the outer outercounties outercoaatles outercounties
counties w were re two pitchers Essick in inright Inright Inright
right and Tower in centre Forsythe got gotaway gotL gotswaY
L away a1i without damage de e in the first In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the second he was clouted for five fiveangles livesingles heMn
angles Mn < Jes which netted three hree runs In the thethird thetbinl thethird
third be wasnt Wa nt damaged da thanks to a acircus 8circus acircuB
circus catch against t the fence by Mull Muller Muller Muller
er In the fourth the McCloskey bunch bunchsot b bunchgot nch ncht
sot t one more oa five singles In the thefifth theftJt thefilth
fifth they got two more across the pan panThe MInThe panThe
The sixth and seventh were ere profitless profitlessbut s sbut
but the eighth netted one one a walk an anerror aneIror
enr error a sacrifice and an out at first firstdotag ftrstdeIag Itrutdohig
dotag the business That was the last lastfor lastfor lastfor I
for Boise BotseTrouble
Trouble in the Third ThirdOur ThirQOur ThiriOur
Our yoons men did nothing until I the thethird Ulethird thethird
third Vtorsythe started proceedings proceedingswith
with a single s Essiclc likewise singled singledMuller singledXu1ler singledMuller
Muller forced Forsythe at third Bssfek Bssfektaking EMkktklng ssicktaking
taking second on the play and scoring scoringon scorln scorlnon
on Clarks safe drive Weed y skied to toHammond toHammond toHammond
Hammond but Hausens ens long single singlescored sinGtetICOftd singlescored
scored Muller and Clark This tied tiedthings tiedthinp tledf4
f4 things up foi fort a minute It also aJ o caused causedthe caueedthe cauSedthe
the blanketing of Mr McFarlan who whostarted w1l0started whostarted
started to pitch for Bol Boise e Starkells Starkel1swho Starkellswho Starkellswho
who succeeded him was a prize for two twoinnings tWoInllinp twoInnings
innings In the sixth we found the an answer answer answe ¬
swer Afiter AtIerHau Hausen en bad passed away awayToser awayTozer w wToaer
Toser Detonaa Bruyette and Forsythe Forsythesingled Fol8Ytheslnf Forsythesingled
singled successively Three runs We Wegot Wegot Wegot
got one more in the eighth on a couple coupleof
of paaees jaeees ad a single singleAt
At the end of the ninth it was ail il square squareas
as w we say when we coif or deuce as asY we wetay weisny
tay when we play tennis tenn In other words wordsBotoe w0rd8BoIse word8Boise
BoIse having havt made de as many runs nuISI an e Salt SaltX SaltLake I
X Lake > ak and Salt Lake as many runs as asBoi asBotr asBol
Boi Botr the score was tied Nothlne NothJ do doing doInr dolug ¬
lug for f r us m litthe te tenth NothUur doing doingfor doingfor doingfor
for Bois Boise tag oii doing < for Boise in the theeleventh tbeflev theeIevfith
eleventh flev 1th In the twelfth with one down downfor 4Iowufor downfor
for Salt Lake Muller singled raetl sod tote stolesecond totesecond totelIeond
second as West fanned He H started on onaround onaround onsrcnind
around to third on a poor throw and all allthf altth ajiI
thf th I hi Boise Boi e player play era tried unsuccessfully to tobend tohei
bend hei 1 him off The result ult of the mix up upwas upwa upwae
was wa that the ball wa was thrown way and andXnller 3Ddbll andtuller
Xnller bll > r scored the wtanin tally Great Greatapplau9 GreatapoplauM Greatapplause
applause applau9Ten apoplauMTen applauseTen < >
Ten minute recess recessThe recThe recessThe
The Second Game GameHo GtmeHostilities GameHostilities
Hostilities Ho Ulitiea were renewed at 4L The Thesecond Therecond Thesecond
second came was w notable chiefly nay aaYen aaYentireJy en entirely entirely ¬
tirely for the slugging that va s carried carriedon
on First Irut one aide was ahead a th then n the theother theQer theother
other We were ahead whea th thwas the game pmewa gamewas
was over iVer Thats the main thing tkl Star Starkells Starketls Starhells
hells was driven to the tan timberm the thesixth thesixth theslxth
sixth Our Mr Drinkwater didnt last lastthat laMtbat lastthat
that Ionic I He was led to the stable at atthe atthe atthe
the end of the third In thref threP innings inningsBefc IDnl1l IDnl1lt1terM InningsBoise
Boise Befc gathered t1terM six runs and Salt Lake LafceMven La1ieHYffL Lakeseyen
Mven The feature was a Anebanded Anebandedealch oneban4edc onehandedcaeh
ealch c ch made by BabWtt reaaRinc in a A1flhancJed asinglebanded i il
singlebanded l 1flhancJed handld 4Ib1S ww ble nil and the battinr of ofMiller ofXaUtr oftaller
Miller taller Clark Weed Toser and McCKw McCKwFurther 4CCIOSurther eClos eClosurthet
Further details may be found in the thesummaries theaummarie thesum
summaries summariesFirst aummarieFirst sum niaries niariesFirst
First game
gameBoise Boise BoiseAB BoiseAU I3oiseAILB
P Weaver Wa er c c f fKUackcy S 2 1 1Kfollackey 0 0Kellackey
KUackcy 1 b b 6 6Marshall 5 2 11 1 1 V VMArshall 0Marshall
Marshall r f f J b 1 1OConnell 1 1 0 1 1OConnell 1OConnell
OConnell S b 5 1 1Hottiz 2 2 u uHot UHOIILZLf
Hot HOIILZLf L f f S 1 1Hammond 1 3 0 0 0HaHtIllORd 0Hammond
Hammond S K b 5 5MeCteskey 1 J 3 0 0leCle 0 0MeCIeskeyrfO
MeCteskey MeCIeskeyrfO ltey r t tHanson I e eHanson 0 0Han
Hanson Han one c 4 1 I Sol SolB6bbltt 4 0 0Babbittas
Babbitt Babbittas svs 4 2 J JMcFarlan 0 1 8 8McFarlan 0McFrlaflp
McFarlan McFrlaflp p Po Z 0 2 0 1 0 0StarkeJls 0Starkells
Starkells p p 1 lTotals 1Totals e 1 9 9Tota1s
Totals 44 7 11 ST 2 14 ll llTwo 1 1o 1out
Two o out when winning winningSail run was scored scoredSalt scoredSalt
Salt lake lakeAB Laker LakeI
ilU jLier fr 1 f 2 2 I 1 1Chrk 0 0Clrk
r Chrk 1 b 4 1 1 1 1 v vd I I1id3b
1id3b d 3 b 0 l lBaoStll 1 2 2Hauseit
BaoStll c 4 1 I I IJoaer 1ozer
Joaer ozer p 1 II 3 ft ftjeImax fI fIO
O jeImax lmao 2 b J c 1 1Br1Qctte 1Bruyette
Br1Qctte 55 6 3 l 1 4 l iSi j jii
Forsythe For ythf p 5 0 2 0 I 3 i 1 1E 1Eackrf
Eseick E Eackrf lck r f t 1 2 1 1 1Teta 0 0TotaI
Total 15 31 31we jj jjdmen 6 6bii
bii we dmen men out by beini beiD hit by batted battedScore battedScore battedScore
Score by innings tn
12245673 1 nFi 2 Z I S C 7 i II 9 5W11 5W11Be1e U UB uoJee
B Be1e oJee S 6 3 12 1 t 0 1 O 0 01 01mill 07Hits 7 7ts
mill ts 605511011 Ii e i 1 1 0 11 Orl 1S
Brrors 1 0 I t 9900000ll 9900000llSltLake 0 0 0 0 6 fll fllSftlt 1HL 1HLSalt
Salt SltLake Lake 09 1 3 t 0 0 V 1 09 0 1 18 18Hits 13Bits 8 8Hits
Hits f 5040040111245 5040040111245Errors1100011000S 048040111 4 eo 0 1 1 1 3W 3WErrors u uEITQIS
Errors Errors1100011000S Errors1100011000SEarned 1 11 1 i t 2 0 011 1 1 0 0006 0006Eanted 0 0 6 6Earned
Earned rune runsBo6 Boise J salt Lake LakeBases LakeBases 1 1Buea
Bases on balls hellsOff IIOff Off Forsythe 2 off Mfc MfcParJan 111LPadan M MFatian
ParJan 4 off Starkelts 3 3 Struck outy outTBy
By McFarlan 3 by Starkells St 5 Left on onbaa onM5e OnbasesSalt
baa M5e Salt s Salt Lake 9 Boise 10 Double Doublato Doubleto
to Keltackey to Hammond Hammond fb fbKeitackey 1X 1XKellaekey WKeliackey
Keitackey Hammond to OConn YConndl < > l to K KJekey Kftl Kftlkicfcey hIlackey
lackey Bases on errors errorsBoise Boise S Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLakeT
Lake 1 Hit by pitcher pttch8lClark Cterk Bruy Bruyette Bru Bruette Bruystte ¬
ette Sacrifice hits hlttOConnell OConnefl McFarlan McFarlanStarkette MciarlanStarkells McFurlatIStarkells
Starkells Clark Stelea ton basesMarshall basesMarshallOCo basesYarshal1OCoRnell baomMarshaliOConnell
OCo OCoRnell B ll Hammond Babbitt Clark ClarkHaasen ClarkHaUHft ClericHansen
Hansen t Z 21 > Delmas Umaire tJBlpl UmpireDavis UmpireDavisrime Davis DavisTime DovtsTIMe
Time of game Game5 Game5SeeGDd gameSecond 2 5 5Second
Second game JaJ eL
Boise BoiseAB BoiseAB BoiseitB
AB R R H PO A AWeaver I B BWeaver EWeaftr
Weaver c e f f 5 0 1 1 0 f fKeihudcey iKeliaCkey 0Keflackey
Keihudcey 1 b I 2 2 11 0 0MarshaJLr 0Mrskalt tt ttMttnIhaIt
MarshaJLr r f 2b 2 b b 6 6 0 S 5 5OConnell D DOConnell
OConnell 2 b bo 2 1 2 1 2 B BMcCtoekey ItMeCIo 0McCIokey
McCtoekey MeCIo klQz r rf f 3 I 8 0 2 2Hoetz 8 8i DHoutz
Houtz 1 i L i e 2 2 v I 0 0 0HaJlllnoNl UHammonS
Hammonfl 31k S It b 4 4Hanson 1 2 0 0HIi 0 ft 0Hsssewe
Hanson HIi Hsssewe e e S SBKbMtt 2 S 1 211 211Babbitt Iv IvBahhltt
Babbitt sa eg S 0 0Starkells 1 Gq t j 2 2Starkel SStarkefla
Starkells p 4 2 1 12 1 1 B BThompson 9Tllempe PTkompeonp
Thompson JL JLTotals B 1 00 0 f fTotals 1 0 0Totals
Totals H IS M 91 1 182 182Salt D DSa1fLake
Salt Sa1fLake SaitLake lake f fte t
4 Bp IL PO Ol A B BM BMeflerLL
viv vivJfc
M lI1er MeflerLL te I I < 4Z I 1 O UP UPCIi1b
Clarlt CIi1b 1 b Z a I 14 1 1 1W 1WeSb
W WeSb Jfc I 41 4 0 II a 1 v vJIm Pflmffii
GHratta JIm y j L f g 0 3 0 0 0
Hatflwn Ia ft Co > k a 1 3 4 1 1Te 1 1Toast
Toast e t I 1 S S 0 p
Delmas S b I t 6 0 1 1 2 1 1Bruyette 1BIQtette 1ilruyetteza
Bruyette ilruyetteza sjt sa 4 8 94 1 2 3 5Driikwnter 2 2Drlnkwatflr 2Drtttkwater
Drlnkwatflr p 2 1 0 t 3 0 0Esjlck 0ICk 0IIckp
Esjlck IIckp IIckpotls ICk p i i 12 1 2 8 8Totals 61otaIa
Totals otls 14 14B 5 11 2T 17 i11 i11Soore 6 6Soer tSo
Soer by Innings 1MIIRsaBoWe
12 3 4 5 C 7 S
B BoIse BoIseHits 8e 1 i a 3 2 2 2 t J3 J3Hits
Hits 2 2313230 2 3 1 3 2 3 0 9 5iS 5iSrers IB 165TOrs IBKrrors
Krrors rers 4 OJ100e00Z OJ100e00ZSeitLake > J 11 l o 0 0 0 0s1t 2 2Salt
Salt SeitLake Lake 2 I 2 0 3 0 4 8 14 14Hits 11Hits
Hits 3 33140411S 33140411Slirrors 3 1 4 0 41 18 18Hrrors 18Brrors
Hrrors 0 02101100Ob 02101100ObEarned 210110 1 0 1 1 0 r 0 0Earned 0 b bEarned
Earned runs run8BoI8e Boise 6 Salt Lake S STwo So SoTwo STwo
Two base hRs hksHaDson Haaon Muller Clark ClarkToser ClarkTozer ClarkToner
Toner Three base hits bl1sHoutt Houtz Tozer TozerHome TozerHOIRe TozerHome
Home run runVeed Weed Basfes Bas on b bttllsOU bttllsOUDrlDkw1Itero bellsOffDrtnkwater Hs Off OffDrlnkwatert
Drlnkwatert 2 off Starkells 3 off offThompson ofThomDson offThOfliDSOfl
Thompson 1 Struck out outBy By Drinkwa Drinkwater
ter 1 by Esslck 1 L Left on bases bac basesSalt basesSaltLake Salt Salti alt altLake
i Lake ke 7 Boise 9 Double plays vlaY3Habbl playsBabbittseasetated Babbitt Babbittttaaeetstecl t t1UlaB6l
ttaaeetstecl 1UlaB6l tM Wild pitch pitchStarkells Starkells Bases Baseson Baseson
on errors errorsBoise Boise 6 Salt Lake 2 2 Sacn Sacnflee Sacn1nee SacrifIc
flee fIc hits bitsHammond Hammond Babbitt Clark ClarkBrayette ClarkBrayette
Brayette Besick Re Stolen oas 8sosKeUack 8sosKeUackey j Kellack Kellackey
ey Weed Gimlin Umpire UmplreDtwls Davis Time Timeof Time1f Timeof
of game gameZ20 228 Attendance AttendanceOCoJ AttendanceOCoJFACTS 2000 2000FACTS t tFACTS
The ThcKelthOBrIeJ J eithOBrien baseball team is isagain 18n isagain
again n wearing mourning on account of ofUs orIts o1he
Us defeat yesterday at the hands of the theBlue theBlue theBlue
Blue Point Perfectos Tne score was wasfinally wasfinally wasfinally
finally figured out at to 16 Batteries BatteriesB
B P P Irvine Greeves and Peacock PeacockKOB PeaoeckKOB
KOB Shurtliff and Peacock PeacockThe PeacockThe PeacockThe
The S S L 1 Nationals defeated defe tOd the K KOB AOB KOB
OB Browns at CaMers park by b the thescore thescore
score of 12 1 to o t The game Ixp was very In Instood Inter Interestleg
ter terestleg tla up to the oighth gbth The score scoreBtood scorestood
stood 4 to 1 till the fifth in favor of the theBrowns theBrowns theBrowns
Browns Then till the eighth it stood 6 6to 6to 6to
to 4 inTavor In avor of the Nationals Then boUt bothSides boUtSId8 boUtsides
Sides piled up many runs on errors The TheNationals TMNationals TheNationals
Nationals took the theit M purse purseNo purseN purseNo
No N more baseball for a week Tht locals localsleave localsleavethis localsleave
leave leavethis this morning for Butte to open openthere operauer Openthere
there OH Wednesday for a sixsame se series soties e erles ¬
ties They have won seven out of their theirlast theIraat theirlast
last twelve games and will doubtless > ss give givea
a good account of themselves on the trip tripBTJJTTE trlpBU trIpBUETB
BTJJTTE BU TE3 128 SPOKANE 113 113Miners 113Miners 113Hiners
Miners Made 19 Hits HitsOff Off the Indians IndiansCrack IndiansCrack IndiansCrack
Crack Pitcher PitcherButte PitcherButte PitcherButte
Butte Mont ont Aug < 7 7Butte Butte won a dou doubleheader doebkbender ¬
bleheader game today defeating Spokane Spokanein S okancIn
in the fiercest fiercestkInd kind of batting Nineteen Nineteenbites Nf Nineteenhites eteen eteenbites
bites secured by the locals lo off Hogg in the
first came came in baches The result resultne resultrst resultftrst
rst game ne came in bunches The result resultwith resultXeHaIe resultMeHale
XeHaIe with a single assisted by an anerror anerror alterror
error of Spokane brought in two runs runsBandelin runsBandelln runsBaildelin
Bandelin was found for thirteen hits that thatswelled thatswelled thatswelled
swelled the record of the Indians IndiansThe Indiam5The IndiansThe
The second game was called at the and andof ODdot endof
of the seventh inning with the Miners in inthe inthe inthe
the lead by a score > of S to 3 The vie visitors vlsit0 vieltda ¬
itors 8 made vain efforts to t connect with withDowltnrs vrlthDowltllgs withBowlings
Dowltnrs delivery deitveryButte deItverButte deliveryButte
Butte opened up on Harmon in the fifth fifthand fUthI fifthand
and I lid abunch 3P of OCbIts bus ia that inningbrought inningbroughtIn I llht rought roughtIn
In five men Attendance Mt9 scores scoresFirst 9CGrosFIrst eoresrst
First rst same R H II B BButte BButte BButt
Butte 12 I la I 4 4Spokane 4Spokane 4Spokane
Spokane 11 13 i iBatteriesBendOlfs 3 3Batteries 3BtterleBendtll1t
Batteries BtterleBendtll1t Bendetnt and Swindells Hogg Hoggami Ho HoaIId Hoggand
and Stanley StanleyTen SianIeTen
Ten innings inningsSecond hmtRgBB lunisgaSeoo5d
Second game R H B BButte BBut
P8 Ei EiJ
Butte B But 3 13 i 1 1SMka 1Spokane
SMka Spokane 39 S 0 1 1Batteries 1BatterlesDowHng
Batteries BatterlesDowHng J SD DowMng wit g and iMisWint SwinaaltsHar SwinaaltsHaraton usirar usirar1ftOR
aton toll and Stanley StanleyUmpire StanleylYJDplrellannery StanleyUmplroFlannery
Umpire lYJDplrellannery lYJDplrellannerySeYeR Fhmnery FhmnerySeven
Chiea Chieesn e Aug 7 Phihideiphi 7Piiftadelplit won on onSmiths onSmlUas onSmiths
Smiths wildness end errwra ny Dose DOROhue DoltOhu Dosebut
hue hu Four bases on balls It IIB two errors and andthree andthree andthree
three timely singles and a wild lid pitch pitchscored pitchcored pitchscored
scored ail of their rune Waddell was at athte atN8 atlila
lila best and nd although alt h hit hard at times tlmaewas UmOllas timesWas
Was was as always master of the situation strik striking 8tI1k1as ti1k ti1klug ¬
lug eat eleven men Attendance 27000 27000Chicago 7000SeeIe zioooSceie
Jt E H Eo Eoo BChicago
Chicago ChicagoPiiIla4elnhi o 2 2Ffcuatfelalua > 3 3S
Ffcuatfelalua PiiIla4elnhiBttet4Smttb S Sdeft
Bttet4Smttb S u sad ii aeFsrhnid P Wad Waddolt Vaddell
deft and Schreck SchreckSt Se SebrecicLouis reck reckSt
St Louis Aug < 7 WaehtastAn WIlSlt defeated defeatedSt fiefteelSt
St Lenin IH easy fasntoa today With WithWolfe WithWolfe WithWolfe
Wolfe w baa to the fifth Inning Stahl Stahlof Staklof Stahlof
of Waahins Wntrton on knoeK knoelted d the ball over the theleft theMft theleft
left field fence clearing elelvln th bleachers bleachersand b4cachesand S Sand
and establishing e a record for the longest longesthit longesthit longestbit
hit ever mad iade at the local American Americanleague AmericanleaBU4 Americanleague
league park Attendance 1C09 1t 09 Score ScoreSt ScoreSt ScoreStLouis
St StLouis Louis Lou 2 1 1Wasblfttton 0 0Washington uWashington
Washington 7 11 1 1Batteries 1BatterieSPelty 1BatterienPeity
Batteries BatterieSPelty Pelty and a d K DOe oe Wolfe and andKlttredge andXlttre4ge andXittredge
Klttredge Xlttre4gePACIFIC XittredgePACIPIC KlttredgePACEETC
San Francisco O nwcl Aoc 7 7Joe Joe Corbett Corbettmade Corbettmad Corbettmade
made hi his reapeearJice rePl Ce on the home homegrounds hemeSlOUncIII homegrovnd
grounds today in a Sa San Francisco ant uniform unlMIL anttbrin
form MIL He pitched ia his old time form formstriking form8U1kJI formstriking
striking out nine men and permitting only onlysix 01117six onlysix
six scattered ttered bite A shutout ut ut for Oak Oakland OakIa Oakland ¬
land Ia matted Ducbnsjan for the losers loserswas IG6 loserswas rs rswas
was invulnerable except in the eighth eighthwhen elshthwhen eighthwhen
when the th locals sot et their three rum on onas ORotuy onus
as tuy many 1 kIln hit The morning nrae PI1lCJcsulted PI1lCJcsultedIn resulted resultedin
in a victory for Oakland en bunched aeiie4 bat batting batUa battin ¬
ting Ua Senre SenreMorning SenreMorning Scoreorning
Morning game R R H H HSan B BSan BSaitFiaDcloco
San SaitFiaDcloco Francisco 1 1Oakland 32 13akland 9 9Oakland
Oakland 8 7 4 4Batteries 4Batterie8KDe 4tterteeKneIt
Batteries Batterie8KDe Knell and Leahy Schmidt SchDlldtaI14 Schmidtand Schmidtand
and Byrne ByrneAfternoon ByrneAfternoon
aI14Aftem Afternoon on game R H B BSan E ESan BSan
San Francisco eo > J 6 6Oakland 60iRkIaA4 6Jdand
Oakland Jdand 5 53atteiiesCorbett 3 3Batteries JlIatt
Batteries lIatt 3atteiiesCorbett Corbett Leahy Le lty and Gorton GortonBvchaaaa GortoaDwl1 GerbilDvchnaa
Bvchaaaa Dwl1 aa4 a1l4CJDpIreOcouneIL Byrne ByrneUmptreO ByrneUmptrOCoufleIL
UmptreO CJDpIreOcouneIL CJDpIreOcouneILPorUand UmptrOCoufleILPortind ConneiL ConneiLPortland
Portland Ore Aug Au 7P VPertIII1Id rU nd bfUtetf bfUtetfOverall IHtttMnwan battedOvesil
Overall harder than the score epf show in inthe InIt Inthe
the It game today wiCk n4t TacoMH while whileRoach wbtIeRoad whileRoach
Roach was aa a ounleto puiZle UD W the visitors fM front tromsart frontillart m mstart
start to finish Both teams ba fleUed 0ed bill brtlHsntly 1K1IntlY billilantly
Hsntly th the playing play of Rwrmond at t second secondbeing secondbeing econdbeiqtbe
being beiqtbe the feature AttddBnce i 5000 09 Score SoorR SQIR ScoreoctlM
R H K KVortland E El1ort
l1ort Vortland 14 i4Tacoma 12 12TacoiwH 12TaCOllML
Tacoma w 6 i iBattertMRoaek i 9 9Batterios 0BetterlasItoack
Batterios BattertMRoaek Roach and ftd Steelmaa a Overall Overalln OveralludHfPJL Overallsad
udHfPJL udHfPJLUMpIreSBrown
UMpIreSBrown n Ss Brewn and McDonald McDonaldLea MeDe ah1 ah1L4N
Lea A Angeles s les Aug iLos Las Angeles A1I es never neverhad never neverJIa neverhad
had a chance tance to win from Seattle today todaylocate toda todaalter todayafter
alter Ute first Inning Shields held the thelo thelocals
locate lo ls at 1 aA stages stag after afterthe the first inning inningwhila Innln InnlnVohUt1te 1nnInwhile
while VohUt1te fl the e visitors batted b Newtnn hard bardThe hardThe
5nuet The battiag of R Hall and a remarkabla remarkablan r rOmarkabloeatch markablceateh
eateh It b7 C Smith W1In the teat teatScore features featuresScore
P 1 n E ELo6 BoAngeles
3 5 3 3S
Lo6 oAngeles AD < eles
S Je 8 8 n 11 Hi Hind 1 1BaUe
BaUe esN a nd Sflas S Shields Shieldsand Shl ShiOldsand 1 s sand
and WHaon WHaonUmpire WI12otm1lreMoCart
Umpire tm1lreMoCart M MOmaha
1ffTu 1ffTuW3E
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Omaha Xa N AUp AII LOma1i5OktoT LOma1i5OktoTgames flJmabtu Mabll1 < IftOkidwot IftOkidwot51U116S BOkKtwoi BOkKtwoiSKBI
SKBI games S from the Colorado C lora Spring team by bya
superior allaround playing Both San Sanders Sanders Sanders
ders and Quick for the home tRsm tPamheld tPamheldthe heli helithe beidt1e
the hits down to a few fewscattereJ Bcatterel singles singleswith sinJtleswith sintIeswth
with one exception Nil making a three threebase threebase threebase
base hit and scoring on a long fly in tne tnesixth tnestxlh theSixth
sixth inning of the the1nst last game Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst ScOreFirst
First Game K H H E EOmaha EOmaha BOmaha
Omaha 4 s sColorado i iColorado 1Colorado
Colorado Springs 0 7 71 71BatteriesS 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesSande
Batteries BatteriesS Sanders nders s and Goodies Me MeNeefey MeNeeley 18 18Neeley
Neeley and BaerwaW BaerwaWSecond BaerwaldSiicond BaerwakLSecond
Second Gamer Game R H E EOmaha EOmah EOmaha
Omaha hh v 5 S 1 1Colorado 1Colorado 1Colorado
Colorado Springs 1 S 1 1BatteriesQuick 1BatterleQulck 1BatterlesQukk
BatteriesQuick aDd Goading Ville Villeman Vineman Villeman
man and BaerwaJd flaerwahist Ba rwaW rwaWSU < or orfit
SU st Josoph J h A A Asg7t g 7 SL Joseph J brok brokeven brekeVel biokeeven
even with Denver m h deubfcheader deubfcheaderCables 1JetiblCheederCa deeblohoedexCaples
Cables Ca 1es bad paying RYin in the sixth lost the thegame thegame thegame
game for Denver Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First Game R R H E ESt E ESt ESt
St Joseph 12 13 < 1 1Denver 1Denver 1Denver
Denver lV SI lar 1 3 3Batteries 3Bltttrle sBtterIesDlehl
Batteries BtterIesDlehl 0iehl and nd cCenaeU Cable Cableand Cableand Cableand
and Lucia LuciaSecond LueILSecond LuciaSecond
Second Game R R H E EDenver Eenyet BDenver
Denver Jl 11 IS 1 1 1St 1tJoe
St tJoe Joe S 12 1 G GBatteries GBatterle6Eyler 6BattcriesByler
Batteries Batterle6Eyler Eyler Hostetter H 5teS ter and Lucia LuciaChten LuciaChbm LuciaChina
China lOud McConnell McConaellDee McConnellDes McConnellDes
Des Moines Aug 7 iDes Dee Moines played playedalmost pJaedalm08t playedalmost
almost perfect baR today and tao excel excellent excellMIt excelbbt ¬
lent pitching plt IRg of Stillmaa who allowedJRI allowedonly allowed allewedonly
only JRI three hks hit gave them an a easy vic victory TIct vIetOry ¬
tory t over the th visitors tors Score ScereDee SC8reU
U H Eo EoDeselnes BDes
Dee Deselnes Moines r 2 41 41SteHx 4 1 1Sioux 1SIoux
Sioux City 1 1BatterlesS 3 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatterlesStillman Stillnum llm and Tewne Lind Lindman Llndma Lindmanned
man ma manned and Kelly KeWyX KeDyAMERICAN KellyAIBIcANXSsooIATIQN
X i
At Leuisville LeulsvUIeLe1 L utsHi 7 St Paul 2 2At 2 2At 2At
At Celumbas ColembusColonihod CoiunibW r ltftt 1 Kansas KansasCity KansasCItY KansasCity
City 7 Second S cond gameCdlumbss amt moC Cdluaibiis 1u I1but1 7 Kan Kansas l Kansancifys lnas ¬
sas sancifys sancifysAt GJf CityS y J JAt r rAt
At Milwaukee MlIW1ttIkeeMtlWkUkee Mil kce 9 Minneap Minneapolis MinneapOlis 2IianeapOIiS ¬
olis i iAt
At Totede ToIedoTaedo To4edeTokdo Toledo J Indianapolis IJlaJ OlIs U HSTANDING 14S1ANDING
Pacific National Natio al league leaguePlayed LeaguePlneiL LeaguePIttyed
Played Won w Lost PC PCBOHM PCBoise
BOHM ip 4 4Sp 151 151SpeaRe i1Spokane
Spokane Sp kane IS 47 4 41 i iButte 534 5343wtte
Butte w v 96 42 2 44 4S8 4S8Salt 488Salt 435Salt
Salt Lake 17 s Y 50 425 425American 45Ameri 425Amritan
American Ameri < an league leaguePteyod LeagueP LeaguePIK5VOd
Pteyod P vod Won W B Lest PC PCNew PeNew PCNewYrk
New NewYrk Terk Y rk 80 O 15 54 618 618Boston 615Boston M MBoston
Boston 91 91Chicago 1 It 618 618Chica 613Chicago
Chicago Chica o X XPhiladelphia lIS 5 37 611 611Pbt1adelphia 611Philadelphia
Philadelphia 59 i iCleveland 51 30 i61 567Cleveland
Cleveland ClevelandSt w m ST STSt 5r 5rSLLosIs
St SLLosIs LoHta S SDetroit S5 3I rio 41 41Detroit 4tDetroit
Detroit SO SOWashington 0 51 391 391Washington Zl9ZWashington
Washington sa 0 20 vs vsWestern 61 61Western 22S 22SWestern
Western League LeaguePlayed LeaguePlaYed LeaguePlayed
Played Wo Won Lost PO POColorado PeColora PCColorado
Colorado Colora o Springs S7 S K 94 600 600Denver 600Denver 600Denver
Denver fil K fH 7 < S7 3 VU VUOmaha rot rotOmaba OJtiOmaha
Omaha 9S 5 40 45 516 516Dos 516Dos 516Doe
Dos Moines OT 4 W 3 BOo BOoSt 6IAJS PbSt
St S Joseph Jo eph 91 X 3 K JWi JWiSioux 316SIOUX 6 6Sioux
Sioux City Cft W 0 38 10 Wi WiOGDEN mOGDEN 251OGDENTEAMWINS
Special to The Herald HeraMOgden HeraldOgdm HeraidOgden
Ogden Aug 7The Rocky Rock Mountain MountainBell 1II10untainBell MountainBell
Bell Telephone companys two tiltS 1 were werethe wereUte werethe
the record recoct of todays game The Hello Helloboys HelloboyS Helloboys
boys were outclassed Their pitchers pitchersw pitcherswere
w were 8r re touched up for ten hits while only
four were made off Shartliff no two twobeing twobeing twobeing
being in the same inning Mortnon Mort n got gotthe g gotthe t tthe
the only home run made thus far on the thegrounds thegroundsIbis thegrounds
grounds groundsIbis mis season He hit a long drive driveto drleto driveto
to left center in the seventh 9v nth inning and andraced andraced andraced
raced around the diamond before the bail bailcould balleoukl balicouki
could be fielded to the slate slateThe DlateThe slateThe
The scere was as follows followsOgden followeOgden IS ISOgien
Ogden OgdenAB OgienAB OgdenAB
AB R EL H PO A AE AEClark B BClark
Clark ClarkcL9 c c f i 1 1 J 1 0 0 0Woseter 0Toss4r
Woseter 3 b 5V i 0 fl 1 2 n nLcavlttlb 1 1Leavitt 1Leavltt
Lcavlttlb Leavitt 1 b 5 ITS ITSPatzoldt 1 1 r b 2 I IPetzoldt 0Petzoldt
Petzoldt r L 1 5 1 A 31 v1 l 0 0 0Taylor 0Taylor 0Taylor
Taylor 2 b 4 a aChecketts I I 1 1 1Checketts 1Checketta
Checketts SJL s 4 0 6 6Merte 1 2 1 19rteRS 1Merteifroofi
9rteRS Merte R sQB 1 r 5 4 2 S SHenry 1 f 0 0He 0Henryc
Henry He Henryc TY c Co 4 0 0Shurtllff S 0 1 u uShurtllfr 0Shurtliff
Shurtllff p pTotals 4 9 > 2 2Totals I 6 1 1Zsu14
Totals i 40 S Zsu14 18 5r 14 4 4IU IA 4izBTCo
CulleD Cuflenrf r f m 4 45 r rt rSoder 5 0 0 0Soder 05041cr
Soder s ss 55 t tDorey lei I P 7 7DWley 5 5Duxey
Dorey 1 k 4 4r 4Stockton 0 1 1 4 I ISoCktoa 0StocktieL4
Stockton StocktieL4 c c f r 4 4Adams I S 1 0 1 1A 1Adams
Adams A ams p p 2 b > 4 4Cuuen 4Nelme 0 1 1Nelms 4 2 2Nelnm3b
Nelme Nelnm3b 3 b 2 2Ash P 1 0 1 1Ask 10
Ash 3 b 1 1Connell e 8 1 1 I IConnell 0Conneli
Connell I f A 2 2Jenaen 1 0 2 0 1 1Teneen 1Jensen
Jensen 2 b p 3 r rSweeney I t 1 4 1 1Sweeney 1Sweeney
Sweeney c 1 1Totals 1 1Totals 1 1 0 0Totals
Totals 31 2 4 4Score I 17 9 9Score 9Score
Score by innhtg lanhigsRMBTCo5
R R RMBTCo5 M B T CO COt tO I 0 8 2 I 6ft2 6ft2Ogden f 0 02 02Ogden 2 2Ogden
Ogden 113021 IIi J 0 2 1 S SSummary SSummary 8Suxnntry
Summary Struck out outBy By Sburtllff 7 7by 7by 7by
by Adams 2 by Jensen 3 Base on balls ballsCoanelL btiUsC9 ballsCoanell
C9 CoanelL nell Twobase hits hitsLeavttt Leavltt Petz Petzoldt Petzoldt Petzchit
oldt Shurtliff Home run niR runMortensen runMortensenPaessd Morteneen MorteneenPaessd OttensenPaessd
Paessd ball ballSweeney Sweeney Hits HttaOrf Off Adams AdamsRandall
12 2 oft Jensen S S T Tims50 me OO Umpire UmpireRandaU UmpireRandall
Randall Attendance AUendance300EUREKA ttendance300 ttendance300EUREKA 300 300ETJBEKA
Tintic Boys Put it Over Tooele Hen HenBadly Men1Jadly 3tenBadly
Badly BadlySpecial 1JadlySpecial BadlySpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldEureka HeraldEureka HeraldEureka
Eureka Aug 7 7Tbe The Eureka ball team teamscored teamIICOred teamscored
scored another easy eM victory today defeat ¬
ing the boys from Stockton by a score of ofIS
IS to 2 The visitors visl rs were shut out in inevery Inevery inevery
every inning except the fourth The locals localsi 10CtlIshad locoishad
i had ni no dlfJJculty jftfti I in connecting with withLyncWs wlthLynchs t tLynchs
Lynchs curr cUrS s and got thirteen thlrt safe hits hitsoff hitsoff hitsoff
off him in four innings In the third he hewhich hcwalked hewalked
walked two men ml allowed six hits hitswhich bitswhich
which assisted Il8 by b good oocI base running ana anaseveral anaseveral anuseveral
several fielding errors netted ten runs runsCrlll runsCrill renaCr111
Crlll succeeded Lynch In the box In the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth ianing and terminated the run get getting gettia gethug ¬
ting tia Chivrell was In the box for the theEureka theKurek theBureka
Eureka team and allowed but eirht eI ht safe safehits Mfehits safebits
hits One hundred and fifty people came cameover cameover cameover
over from Stockton on a special l train and androoted androoted androoted
rooted strenuously for their team The Thescore Thescore Thescore
score by Innings inninesSureka IDnlngsEurekaTwo InningsZurekaTwo
Sureka EurekaTwo Two in the first i in the sec second second eecond ¬
ond M in the third 8 in the fourth 0 in inthe inthe inthe
the fifth S in the sixth stxtl ft i the seventh seventho
0 in the t eighth cI hth total K KThe litThe i iThe
The Stocktons were shut out in every everyinning ever everInning everyinning
inning except the fourth in IIi which they theygot theygot theygot
got two runs runsBatteries runsBatteries runeBatterIee
Batteries Eureka EurekaChlvreB ChivreM and Heus Heuser HeusHr Henssec
Hr er StocktonjLynch and Grill pitchers pitcherscatcher pltclIerscateher pitcherscatcher
catcher Margetts MargettsThe MargettsThe MargettaThe
The Park City team will play here next nextSunday nextSunday nextSunday
Sunday the first in the series of games gamesfor gamcsfor gamesfor
for the state championship pf the ama amateur amateur amatour ¬
teur teams and The Herald trophy trophyV1NCENTNOTT trophyVINCENTNOTTTEAM I IVINCENTNOTT
I Itwo
The VlncenlNott baseball b team won wontwo wontwo
two games at Lagoon yesterdHy YPSt rdRY The Themerning ThemornIng I
mornIng 1A mln game was played with 1th Sullivans SullivansHurry SullivansHurry SullivansHurry
Hurry Baeks and the final s score re was wasn I
n 1 to U in favor of the shoe boys boysIn hosIn I IIn
In the theafternoon afternoon the second faine me was waspia wasadd
pia JJIa3I add d with th the Butchers and th the > result resultwas reeultWIUJ resultwan I
was a hard drubbing Tne Ta ore stood stenito
22 to I fin in favor of th the VlnocatNott Vl tNett team teamChallenge teamChallenge teamChailege
Challenge to Amateurs AmateursWoods AmateursWoods AmateursWoods
Woods Cross Utah t tah Aog AU 1 ITbf Tn The R O OK 0x I IK
K bay team of or Bountiful Uocn Cul and the Dexter DexterPark DexterPark i
Park team of Peterson Morgan count countmet county countymet I Imet
met at Lagoon n in a lively baseball ba eball con contest contest contest ¬
test Saturday afteiuxwi nft11 > n Toe flaal seorm seormwas I1COr I1COrwaa scoreiwas
was M to 4 InWavor of the tb B R O K K teani teaniPitcher teamPltcltfor teaniPitcher
Pitcher Abe Mulr of Ui the R It O K team teamwas t88mw teamwas
was rather too ranch for the opponents opponentstriking oPPQ opponentsst ltts lttstiiklQg
st triking ont fourteen men and allowing allowingonly allowingonly allowingonly
only five hits hitsThe hitsThe hitsThe
The R O K team challenges any strict strictIyamateur strictly strIctlyamateur
Iyamateur ly amateur te tQlaI1 eani nt inthestate inthestateBACB ilL ii the state stateRACE stateBAC
jcent Deaths at Dover N H Will Willbe Willbe Willbe
be Investigated InvestigatedDover InvestigatedDover
Dover N H Aug 7 iAn An Investigation InvestigationIs
Is being conducted u into i the recent n ns sudj s ud udden
cetho tho gJ gJ10cal
den e death tO of three race ce horses = at t the thelocal th thlocal
local trotting track trackJewett trackJewett trackJewelt
Jewett A A a stallion owned by Herbert HerbertGray HerbertGray HerbertGray
Gray of HaverhiH Mass Ias dropped dead deadon deadon deadon
on tho track yesterday and today todavan an au autopsy autopsy antopsy ¬
topsy revealed a foreign substance sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to be poison in the horses stom stomach stomach atomaek ¬
ach Art Boy and Sagwa agwa died suddenly suddenlyt
at t the track a few days ugqand oand an ox oxmlnatlon QXnation oxxa1natIon
mlnatlon nation of their stomachs will 111 b be made madeiagwa madeSagwa e eagwa
iagwa owned by T L Beijy flf f Proyi Proyiancc Prol1de4cc
de4cc ancc ICC R X x had aanuk 1 11I8I k or Stii 19 tjid tjid702ri17 d dfqrIRerty
fqrIRerty owJMld by rV n
9 patd = i1iCO to 702ri17 1m t
Five Fiv Members Attend Shoot Shootand Shootand Shootand
and Make MakeGoodAver MakeGoodAverages Goo Good Aver Averages Averages
ages agesThe agesTho agesThe
The Salt Lake Rifle > d cia b hid tihclr tihclrregular tclrJ tiCfraguIr
xegu regular r weekly weekl shoot t yesterday afternoon afternoonvc aftlrt10bJlanti
J anti the th day WOB Ideal for 1ihoUt ahouPuil The
tlIPts were > set st t Ute 900SrJ rilI ra rIsgb rIsgbIId gb gbnd
nd spme fairly good scores w were made madoOnl madeOnly
Onl Only five vc members membensatteMed attended the sheet yes yesy yesterda yesterday
terda terday y and Johnson hW the highest RP RPcra as asCrage v verage
erage cra e at SO9lfi 910 Hlrsohvagsl Wrs al had au a otf otfdar otfdR6 offdat
dar and had the lowest average of 67 157 157The 67The 57The
The following are the individual scores scoresand sCOresand scoresand
and averages averagesJohnson averagcsJohnson averagesJohnson
Johnson S3 s37567s134Sslgs2 s37567s134Sslgs2Letchfleld 73 t 6T SI 8155 85 W S2 SI sJ 282 282Letchfiald g gLetchfJeld
Letchfiald LetchfleldHIrschvognl TO 35 79 67 I 80 691 69 73 W S5 S5HirschvogaK 8Hirschvogal
HirschvogaK HIrschvognlWei4hersoxK W7676ft617565 W7676ft617565vw tB 18 6 tJ 61 ii 65 65WeafberOrli
Wei4hersoxK 6678 i iBrecbon 769 1 1Brechon
WeafberOrli vw > uiAiwcrww < r 3 ty
Brecbon 77 ag7376 Jiii16BS 7776 S SI 30 GJ i 76 76Averacesc 1AeuCcs lbAterares
Averacesc Johnson B931B LetcWieid LetclUeldi LetcitilOld75is
7515 i J HirachvOfml Hlrscho 1 6TS7 67 i7 Weatherson
7075 07 Brcchon 763S 763SSTYLES 7635STYLES i 3i 3iSTYLES
The Most Effective Holds and andHow andoy andHow
How oy They Are Ex Executed Executed Executed ¬
ecuted ecutedNot
Not many years ears ago wrestling was one oneof OGof oneof
of the favorite athletic spurts It made madeup madeup madeup
up a part of all alIgreat great tourneys and no nomatter nomatter 210matter
matter where It might be man met man manIn man manIn manin
In these bouts of f physical physl al arlor But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the styles of wrestling were different differentlike dlf differentlike ere t tlike
like dialects they vrfed ec1 according to tolocality toloca1Ity tolocality
locality Then as time t passed the oM oMchampions oldchampIons ohchampions
champions retired the younger genera generation tettenltloD geiier geiierlion ¬
lion did not rise to the occasion and as asa asresult asxi
a xi result stagnation set in inFor inFtn InFot
For a JongJperi lone perktd no revival sewed sewedand stemeimminent seemedImminent
imminent Tno ine pa paSthue time dropped further furtherand furtherand
and further beck and nd itW It i 4aa nut until RUI a ashort ashort ashort
short time ago that wrestling was again againtaken againtaken againtaken
taken up It has not been a great siiort siiortin S OttIn
in America for a long tUne The re revival re revival r rviva ¬
vival in England has been n more pro pronounced pronounced pronounced ¬
nounced The great paying public may maynot mayDot maynot
not know that it was due to a British Britishborn BriUshborn BrIUelIborn
born wrestler in the person of Jack Car Carkeek Ca Cakeek Caikeek
keek that the sport was again brought broughtto
to the fdrc in his native Uve land Such was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the case Carkeeto born in Cornwall Cornwallbut CornwallDut Cornwallbut
but living in the mining cumps of Amer America America Amerlea ¬
ica from an early age wasted a year of ofhis oChis ofhis
his life in trying to make managers see seematters seemattenf seematters
matters through his glasses awl an unde undeterred undeterred undeterred ¬
terred by early failures at length car carried carned carvied ¬
ned his point pointNext pointNext pointNexti
Next came Georges Hackenschmldt HackenschmldtWhen UackenschmldtVhen IlackennchmldtWhen
When the Russian first landed IB Eng England EngJanl England ¬
land he was a GrecoRoman wrestler wrestlerpure wrestlerpure wrestlerpure
pure and simple but this nas 1LS a style in inwhich Inwhich n nwhich
which Englishman certainly had not notshone notshone notshone
shone of late their lack of weight wei3htbolnS boing boingdetrimental boin boindetrImental
detrimental to their succvss Nor did didthe didthe diathe
the public take kindly to the GtecoRo GtecoRoman GreenRoman CrecoRoman
man system PucrUe pu Puerile exhibitions on the thepart thep thepart
part p rt of foreigners foreignersiiad9cZied nadlicd f thejr thfIrinter thfIrinterest Inter Interest Interoat ¬
est in this thlspartlculr particular style styleSystematic strkSystematicrraining styleSystematic
Systematic Systematicrraining SystematicrrainingTho Training TrainingTho
Tho Russian however was net deterred deterredand deterredand deterredand
and placing himself in the hands of Fer Ferdinand Ferdinand Ferdinand ¬
dinand Grubn the examateur heavy heavyweight heavyweight heavyweight ¬
weight champion under catchascatch catchascatchcan
can laws he rapidly made himself mas master master maeter ¬
ter of the more popular style To the thedisplays thedlspla thedisplays
displays dlspla rs of Carkeek and Hackergchmidt Hackergchmidtto Hackerscbmldttbose
to those of Grubn undoubtedly the best bestoFteachers bestrteachers
oFteachers 01 teachers and of o Joe Carroll must be beascribed beascnbed beascribed
ascribed the revival if I it may be called calledsuch calledsuch calledsuch
such on both sides of the Atlantic But Butit Bu Buit Butit
it is I largely professional wrestling that tftatnow thatnow thatnow
now is followed followedVrestllng followedWrestling v vWrestling <
Wrestling ought 1tot lOt io o beconfined to tothe tothe tothe
the artificial atmosphere uf the music musichall mulehall musichail
hall where men fi fibkt llt for huge hugeiltakea stakes it itis itis ItIs
is for the free air of henvan and the thegreen thegreen thegreen
green turf beneath the feet feetSo teetSo feetSo
So much for one aspect of the sport sportNow sportNow sportNow
Now let us contrast cont the methods and Bndthe andthe hndthe
the rules of tb Uie e present day with those thosewhich tbofwbich thosewhich
which were in existence t some hundreds hundredsf
qf f year ago That wrestling was one of ofhp ofth ofh
th h hp amusements amusementsfdored fafored ored by 6 th the anfcfents anfcfentsis
is proved by th the feat that sucn contests contestswere contestsrc contestswere
were rc decided e attheluneral aiJh a thne b1neral of Ptroclus Ptroclusand Pa1roc1uand
and were a suojecftreated 5u1J c tedfn In the thirty thirtythird tblr Thirtythird
third Iliad No further guarantee uarantea of its itsantiquity Itsantiqultv I I Iantiquity
antiquity is needed although It maybe maybementioned mtibmenUoned mayberneniloned
mentioned that sculptures actI Iptures have been vn vnbeyond lInearthed unearthed
earthed daUn dating bttoc o to a period almost almostbeyond almostbeyond
beyond belief on which the wrestler is isdepicted isdepleted isdepicted
depicted as the principal figure figureAt figureAt fIgureAt
At that period these struggles for su supremacy 80premacy supremacy ¬
premacy were deeMed near some somerated cons consDerated comiecrated =
crated rated spot or shrine and were connected connectedby cf neeWd neeWdby
by legend with some popular hero demi demigod de deRod deitgod ¬
god or local deity Today matches tIre tIrebrought re rebrought e ebrought
brought off wherever r the biggest purse pursemay Ude Udem poremay
may m y be offered the men themselves are arethe V aje ajethe e ethe
the heroes So is the difference in one onecenturies mecenturtos cnecenturies
centuries marked Similarly the style styleof s stifleof c cof
of the wrestling of the present time timeis Umeis timeIs
is vastly different to that which whichexisted wblcbexisted whichexIsted
existed in the earlier days when the theacy theEgpUan theEgyptian
Egyptian cnamplon diampiona baUI battld d for supre suprebi suprebiacy i iay
acy and carnivals were ere held at Nineveh NlaevebRome NinevehRome NinevehRoma
Rome and Athens A glance at th sculp sculptures sc scuiptures tp tptures ¬
tures of GrecoRoman wrestlers suggests suggestsby
by the comparative slenderness and grace graceof graceof graceof
of the fighters that the ancients trusted trustedfar trustedfar
far more to skill than to brute strength strengthThe strengthThe strengthThe I
The exhibitions they gave were probably probablyvery probablyvery probablyvery
very fine to look at The contrast bg bstween bgtween bgtween
tween the slim and beautiful figures and anaI andthe andthe
I the heavyweights of today is very marked markedOrigin markedOrigin markedOxigin
Origin of Wrestling WrestlingIt
It is not alone in the guard and the theengagement theengagement theengagement
engagement however howev r that the thestyles styles have haveso
so vastly changed as the th years have rolled rolledaway roUedawa rolledaway
away awa Wrestliris Wrestlin In Greece was Intro Introduced introduced Introduced ¬
duced in the eighteenth Olympiad and andcontests andcontests andcontests
contests were ere decided at the Olympic OlympicIsthmian OlymlticIsthmian OlympicIsthmian
Isthmian Ncmean and other games gamesSome gameSSome gamesSome
Some kind of o catchascatchcan c rules ruleswere ruleswere ruleswere
were certainly i ia vogue for the men m n were wereallowed wereallowed ere ereallowed
allowed tty secure re H JL grip on any part ot otthe ortbe ofthe
the body while the th victory was decided decidedby decidedby decidedby
by the third thrpW th Grecian Gr lan wrestling wrestlingwas
was waS undoubtedly no OOtln tin the style tle so proud proudly ¬ I I Ily
ly termed GrecoRomanrthe style pelt ponderous polderdus peltderdus ¬
derdus contestants cont 8taBts have adopted dopte wrig wriggling wrltgli wrigglin ¬
gling gli on a mat far threequarters et C an annouFjvithout enhourwithout n nhour
nouFjvithout hour ltbout arriving a at < any definite re result rtsult icsuIt ¬
sult This ancient anclenttyle style of catch cat h how howwrestliitg hoklwresm hotdwresfI1n
wrestliitg wresm though is particularly 1Y well welldemonstrated welldem welldemOnstited
demonstrated dem nsnated in the famous f moft xnot group at atFlorence atFlorence atFlorence
Florence although aUb uh modern methods are arevastly arevastly arevastly
vastly different dlfferentModern djfurentModern I IModern
Modern wrestling wres tnr has been reduced to towhat towbat towhat
what the followers f of the sport call a ascience Ascience ascience
science There are four styles of lock lockand wckand lockand
and throw which are known by 1 almost almosteveryone allDGeteveryone almosteveryone
everyone who knows a wrestling wre t1lni match matchtrom mat matchtrout h hlrom
trout a pugilistic bout These are the half halfNelson balfNelson halfNelson
Nelson and pirouette the arm roll and andtrip andtrip andtrip
trip throw tne arm swing sWin and trip and andthe andthe andthe
the double shoulder throw throwThe throwThe throwThe
The half Nelson and pirouette has paslong haslong as aslong
long been a favorite throw and method of ofescape oCescape ofescape
escape While engaged upon th the mat m81 the thewrestler tilewrestler thewrestler
wrestler who may b bIng be upper uppermost t by freli5 freli5Ing iress iressbig
Ing his opponents opponentsping head down axe nd slip slippine l1p l1pping
ping an arm beneath the shoulder shOUldMbeures shOUldMbeuresthe t beures sheuresthe beuresthe
the neck hold termed a half Nelson l4elrouro NelsonTo elAOR elAORTo
To escape > from this a wrestler turns i isomersault a I Isomersault Isomersault
somersault across the body bod of his bl oppon opponent opponcut ¬
ent and whirling around upon his opponI h head lUtudref headregains ad adregains I
regains n his feet feetThe feetThe
ref The arm roll if and nd trip throw Is worked workedin
in a different manner By B a quick turn turnthe I I Ithe
the thtwrestler wrestler secures his opponents s arm armand armIIndtwllSting I Iand
and IIndtwllSting twisting poll pulls him smartly across acrofwagainst acrossthe 1 1the
the hip andtlilalJ and th1h bringing him directly directlyuJion directlyupon
upon ulJs 1Kt back klo to cuat l tiPInst beil beilhtmlel being beinghimself
himself tripped the haM f Is p pagalnst prees4d prees4dagainst
against the knee of th the opponent thus thusrendering thusrendering thusrendering
rendering the use of the lee impossible impossibleA tmpO etbie etbieA
A similar hold to this w ws in use In I Gr Grace Gr8cea Gr8cewin Graceand ce cehfarm
a and The hfarm Rqme RqmeThe arm swine and trip trip is Is worked by bygripping b bgripping bygrippIng
gripping Jh the waist < t of an opponent O Ponent T Twrestle Tile Thewrestler I Iwrestter
wrestle tuna a and throwing throwing the whole wholethe w whOleweight e eweight
weight of his body uon the limb VI while whileprotruding lie lieProtruding
Protruding his leg throws his man n to totbe tothe
the mat Falling a as he does upon hU hUback hlSbark hisback
back simply slmp Fallt9 I1 rlI ldlty ityof ity of wovemtnt Ie BeP BePessary tle5ry necssary
essary to Tn a the shoulders sho ldrs rs down downDouble downDouble downDouble
Double Shoulder Throw ThrowTo
To effect the double d shoulder throw on0 on0man on onan oststan
man stan an gets an opponents op aent arm ev over r his hiscessful b bshoulder hSshoulder
shoulder and be bending icli forward the sue successful suecesaful
cessful wrestler JifU itta him off his feet by bymain b bmoJn bymain
main force Gripping his leg ashecvnus as be comes com86vp comesup j jhe
and throwing the body forward the them theman
vp m man n so lifted drops bat B fly a quick twist twistbe twistlie
he occasionally saves himself nut bu as s a arule arule ftrule
rule the force of the th impact gains sIns ns the thefaTfte tbera thefall
ra fall
faTfte The he wrestling lock shown te Inthe the beau beaucatchcan beautiful beautiful
ro grouP p The TbeWrestllng TheIVrestling
tiful and sculptural
Wrestllng GladiatorS now at F16r Fl6rnge Fl6rngeIs n e ets
frequently used In catCh catChMadraU catcnar catcnarcatchcan
ts even now Turk Turkbeing TurkbeIng
catchcan Madrall Madrallcurinar the Terrible
esn 5speclaIly clDUy adept in Its use B By y se securing se securing
curing the right ncntliv arm rIn end locking 100klngthleft lockingtheleft
thleft leg anopponflt u ppon n may be r rhall rhallily aa aaHy
liv turned oval and with tth the holdTupon holdu1oflthaarm
Jh thaarm Hy rann S maintained inalntain tkl the shouWeMipressde shouWeMipressdeTAKE should shoulders rS precede precededown
dow even should the brJd bridge e be built
btthe 1 w 21 tes1 t d tirutaiiaj tirutaiiajpoiUUtjk Jl apd apdr
r nolnts poiUUtjk viae lSr OOl1 S1 1lLLlt hOX49AUgiiStIflth 1lLLltt
t tb t AUgiiStIflth AUgiiStIflththfseiunoli t1g stlJaUi Ui Ctf CtfninSlCIe
ninSlCIe cxcurs101rof th thfseiunoli SU15OD
Office Ofi1 e 2484 TTashington Avenue AvenueTelephone AvenDeTelephone AvenueTelephone
Telephone 14 14Ogden 14Ogden 14Ogden
BURGLAR FOUND 110 110Robber 110Robber 110Robber
Robber Enters Joseph Paines PainesHouse PainesHouse PainesHouse
House and Finds Money Moneyin
in a Closet ClosetA
A burglar entered the home of f Joseph JosephPaine JOsephPaln
Paine situated 3ttuat just back vf the Metho Methodist Met1Iodfstchlteh Methoilist ¬
dist dfstchlteh chtfreh at e M last night and nd got gotaway sotaWll gotaway
away with tilt 118 l The thief gained e etrdnde ea eatrance SMtrilhde
trance by cutting a wire screen in a back backj backwIndow backWindow
j Window and fitting the SR There was wasno wasno seasno
< no one at home at the time bat Mrs MrsPaine IrsPaine MrsPaine
Paine returned white the fellow was In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the house He darted out uf the window windowwhich windowwhich windowwhich
which he bad entered Investigation Investigationshowed Invi11i8Uonshowed InveslIgatIoflshowed
showed that he had taken 11t 11 which was wasbrought wasbrougbt wasbrought
brought home early in tao evenag Oy OyMr y yMr yMr
Mr Paine who is proprietor ef th Ute Gem Gemsaloon Gemsaloon Gemsaloon
saloon The moneyhad mon y ytbsd had been hidden in ina Ina hia
a closet but the thief evidently knew knewwhereUo knewwhereuo knewwhereeto
whereUo put his hand on oaJUDGE i iJUDGE jJUDGE
Back Today T day to toKold Hold Court This Af Afternoon Afternoon f ftntnoon ¬
ternoon ternoonA P PA
A telegram received last nightly nlght l1 Coun County County Coonty ¬
ty Clerk HolUngsworth from Judge Ro Rolapp RoIapp ReIapp
Iapp was to the effect that the lodge will willreturn wiltreturn willreturn
return from California on this mornings morningsflyer mf1rnlngsflyer runraingsflyer
flyer He will hold a session of court in intheafternoon Inthe inthe
theafternoon the afternoon for the purpuse pu e of attend attending attending attendbig ¬
ing to naturalization business busln Today Tf4a Tf4aine be being beIng ¬
ing the ninetieth day before election el tIOn all allpersons Al1parsons altpersons
persons whose applications for citizenship citizenshipis clb n8hip n8hipis
is made on this date may register re jster and andvote andvott andvote
Will be Heardin Concrt in Utah UtahCities UtahCities UtahCities
Cities CitiesMies Citiesltlll3 CitiesIIsS
Mies IIsS Nannie Na inte Tout accompanied by her herfather herfabtr herfatIitr
father 23 F Tout arrived Friday in inBoston InBoston inBoston
Boston en route home front London Londonwhere LOndonwhere Londonwhere
where her splendid success as a singer singerhas singerbas singerhas
has been the sensation In English Englishmusical Eng Bngiisbmusical lstL lstLmusical
musical circles for the t e past three years yearsMr yearsIr yearsMr
Mr Ir Tout and his daughter left Boston Bo ton at atonce atonce atonce
once and are coming comlo to Ogden without witnoutlonger withoutlonger withoutlonger
longer storw than are made necessary necessaryby necessanby
by the railroad time tables After resting restingup
up a short time Miss Tout will give con concerts concerts concerts ¬
certs in Olden Salt Lake Provo and andpossibly andposslbl andpossibly
possibly Logan Two orthree receptions receptionswill receptionswill receptionswill
will likely like be given in her honor during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the brief stay she will make in her home homecity homecity homecIty
city It will be necessary that they re return reuln icLa ¬
turn La within thirty days as she he is still stilla
a pupil at the Royal Academy and is to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue her work there for two years yearsyet yearsct yearsyet
yet ct
Circus in Town TownRIngling TownRlngling TownRingling
RIngling Bros circus circ s entire entireltrlved arrived rlued in inOgden inOgden InOgden
Ogden during last night and has pitched pitchedits
its canvas on theTabernacie sq square are for forperformances forperrorrolln forperformances
performances this afternoon aft rnoon and a d evening eveningWeather Gve12tngWeather evenIngWeather
Weather of theWeek theWeekThe theWeekThe
The maximum and andminimum minimum temper temperatures t temperatures lllperatures ¬
atures for the first week in August as asehewn astboJ1 asshown
shown br tho government thermometer thermometerkept tbermometrkept thermometerkept
kept by Enoch Parr ST are
areMax MaxMln MaxMlnAugust Max Min MinAugust 3ilsiAugusti
August 1 1August 3 3 i IJlUgust 50August2
August 2 j jAugusts 0 90August3 fit fitAugust
Augusts AugustsAugust August3August4 S < St StAugust
August August4AugustS 4 81 81August 81 81August
August S SX SXAugust etAugust6 J JAugust
August 6 St StAugust DIA 5 00 00Augest
August A s 7 S Sto 59 59The
The hottest tkitftlits dxii of this yahr acoerdiag acoerdiagt eeer eeerto
to t this record was July a when the mer mercury merrJ marctry ¬
cury rJ erect up to t X XOgden iiiOgden 00Ogden
Ogden Briefs Briefsi BriefsMrs BriefsMrs
i Mrs E O Wattis and her daackters daacktersMattie daSltterslIatUe danghtersMattle
Mattie and Ethel Ethefhac have returned from a atrip atrIp atrip
trip to St Louis Louisi LouI5AJtOjSCoe LouieItescoc
i Roscoe M Breed Breedeit was wa want in Ogden en yes yesj yesterday yestmday
j terday from Salt Lake LakeImpressive keImpressive LakeImpressive
Impressive services over the remains r mal of oflittle of1Ittle oflittle
little Mar lar1t McFarlane infant daughter daughterof dallJ ter terof
of Mr and Mrs Joseph MoFarlane l < were wereheld werebeld wareheld
held yesterday aftenuXm at the residence re lfIe ce ce43i
431 Twentysixth street streetChicken atreetChlck streetChIck
Chicken ChIck n shooting Is permissible ermlsetble1ty by law tewafter lawntttT lawafrrrmldahcht
after afrrrmldahcht midateht mldRi ht of SundaY neact nextaHa nextaHareidy twni al already a areSdy ¬
ready a a number of shooting parties have havebeen Ravebeen IIYebeen
been organized <
shewn In Salt Lake by lea Og < man last lastweek Jutweek lastweek
week Address K 12 Herald HeraldThe HaraldTh HeraldS
S O OThe
The Th saving department of the Pin Plngree Pingree Pingree
gree National bank will remain Open Openon Optnon dp9non
on Saturday nights until 8 pm for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of accommodating those e who whovl whowWh whowish
wish vl h to make savings deposits depositsARRIVED depositsARRIVED depositsS
British Expedition Has Accomplished AccomplishedIts
Its Object Objectj ObjectLHassa ObjectLHassa
j LHassa Thibet Aug 3 3D 3Delayetl Delayed laed in IntransmlsslonThe intransinlssionThe
1 transmission transmlsslonThe The British expedition
Is encamped a mile from from the sacred sacredmountain sacredmountaIn
mountain of Potalo on which is situ situated situated situated
ated the Dalai Lamas palace and in inthe Inthe inthe
the immediate vicinity of the Dalal La LaI Lamas Lamas
I mas private gardens gardensThe gardensThe gardensThe
The Dalai Lama fled to a monastery monasteryIS
18 miles distant It is reported that he hehas hehas hehas
has shut h t himself up in strict seclusion seclusionI seclusionreCusing seclusionrefusing
I refusing to see even the tb highest state stateofficers stateofficers stateofficers
officers ana anU declaring that he will re remain remain remain
main secluded for three years yearsColonel yearsColonel yearsColonel
Colonel Ypunghusband has received a aceremonial aceremonial aceremonial
ceremonial visit from the Amban who whopromised whopromised whopromised
promised to assist in arriving at a set settlement etUement settlement > ¬
tlement and made > gifts of food to the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British troops troopsThe troopsThe troopsThe
The appearance of tthecfli the cfty clt shews the thedescriptions thec thedncriptions
descriptions c criptions > of explorers to be extreme oxtrsmelv tt8iDe tt8iDeIr
lv acurate The sucnoundingsare sUl ndlhbSare very veryIertile veryer1ile veryertile
Iertile and the whole place gives evi evidence eY1dtbce cvidence ¬
dence of great prosperity prosperityA pr pe lty ltyA
A brilliantly costumed group watched watchedthe watchedthe watchedthe
the approach of the expedition exP from fromthe frorrthe fromthe
the roof of one of the structures strl 1tres on onPotali onPolaU onPotall
Potali mountain mountainTHE mountaina mountainTHE
1 i iTHE
Dr Eduard xtanstick xtanstickVienna aanstickVIenna cianst1ckVienna
Vienna Aug Au 7 iDr Dr Bduard Han Hanstick Hanstick Hanstick
stick the famous musicial critic is isdead isdead Isdead
dead He was born om at Prague pr gue in 1S5 1S3SWillard 1S5Willard 1S5Willard
Willard Hess HessPhiladelphia HersPhiladelphia s sPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Aug 7 7VIIl1ard Wiliiard Ileus Ileusknown IIeeeknown liensknown
known in the theatrical l profession as asMax asMax asMax
Max Arnold died here today in a san sanitarium sanitarium n nItarlunt ¬
itarium after an illness of several severalmonths severalmonths veral veralmonUlsy
months aged 43 years Mr Hess was wasborn wasborn
born in Boston and began his stage sta e ca career career career ¬ I
reer in San Francisco but later came camee caineeast
e east st as a partner of Daniel Sully He Hefirst Hefirst
first appeared In the old varieties as assongand a asonsund aznngjtnil I
sonsund dance Jlancem jnn Heyaat He > ast vari various various van vanous ¬
ous times assosciated assos lated with Harrigan Harriganand
and Hart and Tony Pastor and subse subsequently subsequently bse ¬ i iquently
quently made his appearance in comic comicopera comicopera I Iopera
opera About 17 years ago hIlt hiaey eye sight sightbegan sightlt bt I IQeSan
began lt nn to fail and eventually he became becametotally b becametotally cametotallybUnd
totally totallybUnd blind Despite Des fte his affliction he hewas i iwas
was popular as an entertainer entert iner He was wasan wasan 1IS I Ian
an honorary life member m1Jer of the Detroit Detroitlodge Detroitlodge
lodge of Elks ElksNO ElksNO
New York Aug 7 7The The Republican Republicannational Republ RepublIcannational can cannatIonal
national headquarters will be formally formallyopened fonDRI1yopened formallyopened
opened tomorrow by Chairman lion OOTtelyou dortelyou liontelyou
telyou and such members of the execu executive exeouUvc exoonLive ¬
Live committee as may be In the city cityThere tiltThere bUyThere
There will be no ceremony but the thenxjmbers thember5 themembers
members mber5 of the committee will basin 1i gfnthe beginthe basinthe
the campaign at once Senator T B BScott BScott BScott
Scott of West Virginia arrived tonight tonightand tonightand tonightand
and othermembers will be here tomor tomorrow tomeNrow toinerrow ¬
Cures Sciatica SciaticaRev ScIaticaReV SciaticaRev
Rev W Iltftitey Rlley LL D Cuba New NewTork NewYork ew ewYork
York writes After Aterfifteen fifteen days of ofexcruelatingpain ofexcruelaUngpalnfrom ofexcrucIatlngiaIn
excruelatingpain excruelaUngpalnfrom from sciatle sci ue rheuma rheumatism rheumatism rheumaham ¬
tism under various treatments I was wasinduced VasInduced wasInduced
induced to try Ballards Snow Sn w Lint LlnimSRtLtftS LtniJ Lintt1g
mSRtLtftS J t1g S first application ffiyinsi gVIIgIny gVIIgIny1rst oiy oiyfirst y
first relief r < 1efWnd 1Tnd the seadnd s enu nUt4fAel nuijterI lef lefI
I can c n give it unqualified recommenda r recpmmgidation recommendation mmt lda ldaUon > ¬
tion 25c 50c lc LOO Sold byZ by z Oi Oii Oir9 Oiii
jt ii i i V Drugpept V Vtilr DruDeptP DruDeptradioafiesthy3thMay r9 pe i V T Tjt
67 P radioafiesthy3thMay tOSf wdai ID > At Salt Saltalr alt altlr I
tilr lr 50 0 trains ttalJ1sI
Gratifying G tifing Increase b Shown During Duringthe Dunngthe ng ngtlie1ast
the tlie1ast Past ast WeekSt WeekSt Week WeekSt
St Louis AUS A 7The The attendance attendanceat attendanc attendancat
at the worlds fair on Manufacturers Manufacturersday
day da was exceeded by that of only two twoother twoother twoother
other days d ys opening day 187733 18 793 and andthe andthe andthe
the Fourth of July 172140 1 140 Another Anotherday Anotherday Anotherday
day of the past pas week Tuesday Chil Childrens ChUdrens Cliiidrens
drens day showel show the fourth largest largestattendance largestattend largeatattendknce
attendance nae in i ux the history of the expo exposition eXPOsfUon exposition ¬
sition The past week was the best in inpoint Inpoint Inpoint
point of attendance up to the present presentFor presentFor presentFortjie
For Fortjie the first time the 600000 mark was waspassed wasiassed as asasSed
passed asSed Following is the attendance attendanceby
by days daysMonday d dayscMonday Sc ScMoooay
Monday August AUo st 1 1 6S423 6S423TuesdayjAugust 68429TUes 6S429TuesdayAugust
TuesdayjAugust TUes 9YAug1 St 2 SWednesdhy 136191 136191Wednesday 135191Wednesdh
Wednesday August 3 3Thursday 84jG 84jGThursd MT MTThursday
Thursday Thursd y August Ug st 4 4Friday 87550 87550Friday S7 S7FrJdQ1
Friday August Aug st 5 ss4 8401Saturday S401 S401Saturday l ltLturda
Saturday tLturda August 6 137167 137167Total 131lG7Total 127167Total
Total 0 601411 601411Ladies 61411 61411Ladles 601411Ladles
Ladles free today Monday at Salt Saltair Saltair Saltair
air 30 trains trainsA trainsAL traInsP
o Q
503 Atlas Block Phone 24S5X 24S5XSCHADLER 24SXDIED 4S5XDIED
SCHADLER SClLoDLERIn In this city Aug Au 14 HD Leo Leoa
D a the 4monthsold daughter ef Mr Mrand Mralld Mrand
and Mr P tf Schadlet S < hndlel died at theflr theflrhome th thcirhome r rhome
home 190 l 3 South Second West WestWherever WestWiereyer WestWherever
Wherever theres Pain PamThere PainThere PainThere
There Is I the place for an anPOROUS 3nAllc anA
ft Dots Do Us Worti Wo While Tw T Ie 0 Years YearsGBVE Yet Yett YetGJlE YeasGiVE
Ilef Dept for use In its salvage sal e room
Call pnone 1283X or send postal to Staff
Captain David illller 1Ier 35 FrsunkJin Avo Avowhose Avowbose Avowhose
whose signature will be on card carried
by our collector collectorSALT collectorI collectoin collectoiSALT
California and Eastern Eaees EaeesBATTUOAI ces1tAILROADS acee aceeRAILROADS
Tell JeI1theFo1ksdt JeI1theFo1ksdtRichfield the folks folksRichfield at atRichfield
Richfield RichfieldOr
Or r whereverelse wherever else theyh they happen ppel to be hethat bethat bethat
that you yo are gging gql g to the the Worlds Fair Fairvia PairvIa
via 10 Chfcago Chl agoan and invite iny te them to Join Joinyou joinYOU loInyou
you oh the trip tripExptefn tripExplaIn tripExplain
ExplaIn also that the Burlington Burlingtoncharges Burlingtoncharges
charges only 4 tiiO 50 for f r a ticket from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake City t Or > r Ogden to St S1 Louis Louisand Louisand Louisand
and return and that Burlington thro throstandard throstandard throstandard
standard sleeping sI eping cars leave every e ery day daytourist daytourist
tourist sleeping cars once on a week weekIf weekIf weekIf
If you will send m rop < the names of your yourprospective yourproepective yourprospective
prospective companions I will send them themand themand thetaand
and you a Worlds Fair Guile which whichcosts wbichcoats whichcosts
costs nothing but tells much muchR muchR muchR
R F NESLEN SLEN General Agent
79 West Second South Street StreetSPECIAL StreetSALT StreetSALT
MONDAY AUG 81904 81904Leave 81904NLea
NLea Leave e Salt Lake Lal t Arrive Arri e Salt Lace Latteo
No o S1000 1000 CO a m No 1 1118 13 p m
No 4 100 p m No No3 3 215 1i p m u
No N 6 1HI p m No 5 3M 3 p m
No S 2al 18 p m No o 7 3 I4i p nu m mo in
No o 11315 iS 315 pro p in No o 5 4M 421 It m
No 12 4t1 pnL m No o 11515 lj 3 p m
No 14 416 p m No 13 StIll p m
No 15 510 5 p m No 15 6 64 p m mo
No o IS 615 I5 p in No o 17 718 p m
Ne 2 20 I 700 P In iMo No 19 816 p ml mlNo m
Ne N i 14pmNofl P m No 1 LI0 CD p m
No 21 24S30 S Jt p m No 3 345 p m in
No 31 915 p m Nol No SH3 OT p j m
No g ItO Jf O P m Ko o 27 271115 1116 l p i m
No 81 iS1916 1 1tJG 46 p In No 29 281OfP KiOTp m mJ mJ inJ
J E LANGFORD Lessee LesseeAssessment LesseeAssessment LesseeAssessment
Assessment No 12 ISMABLB 12IAIlLE 12MABLE
cipai place of business Salt Lake City
Utah Location of mines Tintic Tjpt mining
district Utah Notice Is I hereby given giventhat giventht
that at a meeting mEt tlng of the board of direr directors dlrectors dirertOre ¬ I
tors of the theMaple Maple Mining company held heldon heldon heldon
on the 6th day of August 1901 assess assessment assessmeat ¬
meat No o 12 of onefifth of M cent a share sharewas sharewas harewas
was levied upon u ujon on the capital stock of the thecorporation thecorporation
corporation Issu Issued and outstanding pay payaW payale payaMe I
aW ale immediately to the secretary rctay at his hisoffice blsoftie hisoffice
office No 5CC Progress block Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah Any stock upon which the theassessment the8El8es theaeseesmest
assessment 8El8es mmt remains unpaid on Tuesday
September 0th th tho 1004 l00JwlU will be de1tnt delinquent nt and andadvertised aDdadvrt andadvertised I
advertised advrt ed for t r sale at public auction and andunless andunle88 andunless
unless payment is made before will be besold beaold besold
sold an n Thursday September 2d 2o 1664 l zat zatH at j
If 1 oclock a a m at the secretarys office officeto ofnceto othceto
to pay the delinquent assessment as m t there thereon thereon
on together with the cost of advertising advertisingaad
and expanses of sale saleJOS weJOS saleJOS
JOS Z1RBBS Secretary
Salt Lake City Cit Utah Aug Au Au6B0i Au6B0iIN 6 Ii 1501 1501IN J JIN
for the county unty of ofSa1t Bait Luke slate of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah Mary E E WilkJlson plaintiff vs vsWilliam vsWilliam S SWntlam
William H Blake defendant Notice ot otpublication otpubUealion ofpublication I
publication To William Blake of Oak Oakland Oakland Oakland ¬
land state Of California You Y u will take takenotice takenotIce takenotice
notice that the Judgment remlerd against againstyou againstyou I Iyou
you by the Third judicial district court courtstate courttate courtstateof
state stateof of Utah in the county of Salt Lake Lakeon Lakeon Lakeon
on the Hth 14tbday tfay of February 1SW fn the thecase thetase theease
case of Mary ary K > Wilkinson ViU nson plaintiff plaintiffagainst iilaintiffagainst latnUrtaralR3t
against William H BlaKe defendant defendanthaving deftndantha defendanthaving
having ha ving become dormant and being wholly whollyunsatisfied whollyunatlsfled whollyunsatisfied
unsatisfied excepting the sum of c 940000 940000paid t40000paid tOOOOpaid
paid thereon on the 9th day da > of March MarchIS8S Marchhoc
hoc a conditional order to revive said ealdJudgment saidjlAdgment saidJudgment
Judgment has been entered by said court courton courton courton
on motion of the said Mary E Wilkinson Wilkinsonplaintiff Wilkinsonplaintiff VllkinsonplaJnUtf
plaintiff for the sum of fii5 72675 with In Interest interest Intereet ¬
terest at the rate of eight per cent per perannum perannum perannum
annum from the 9th day of March 1SSS 1SSSfor 1S9for 1196for
for which amount the Judgment Is un unsatisfied unsatisfied Unsatisfied
satisfied and for such other and further furtherrelief furtherrelIef furtherrelief
relief as may be proper 1n the nremlses nremlsesand nremlsesand nremlsesand
and you are required by the said ald order to toshow toshow toshow
show cause in said court on the 17th day dayof dayof dayof
of September 1904 why said Judgment Judgmentshould judgmentGould Judgment5houhi
should not be revived against ag tttt you for the thesaid thesaId thesaid
said s slim m of money othexwise oth othegw1scthe lsc the same sameDatad saiewi1 j jwm
wm wi1 sUl1icI thiitIiliVed thiitIiliVedbatai Q1 < ed I Inttmd
Datad tms t Ifflllaa 1dayqtAuzt1 1dayqtAuzt1By f hj flay qf August Au st 1KM 1KMMiteYE 100ry
By Arthur WItSher WU her and Zanc anc String Stringtellow StringfellOW Stringfellow
fellOW her attorneys ntt cS
I Deluiquent Coffee CoffeeI 1Ii trce trcef
I cipaL place at awsIieSB bl t Sal LvJsc 1 L koe e City CityUtah
Utah NodeeThvka Nottee NotteeJ1If TBA are teliovioent Un lIeftl on onthe onthe zi zithe
the f following tollewi s desoxbetl storK on 1 account accountof
of assessment Nc N 8 levied un n the iiat iiatuoji Ist
dull da Bf C Jsaa Kit the several amovnta m mopposite 11opposite e eoppoiie >
opposite the nar nare > es of the respect r rtspeetibu rtspeetibuabarehelde ti tisharohqld iv ivsharohqldecjs
sharohqldecjs sharohqld s as oHews fulIowsert oHewsCert UWBrert
Cert CertNo rertNo ert ertNo
No Name Shares Amt
38 lose Raw At ithid th l ai iJOO j j JiVuO t1O uO
as Anna Opp cnheiaier 5tt 2iuo IIO
40 C R R Cb CbAJtberiaiu mberiaiu 5W 01
S3 Lenis LevV Lci w 25rt I2j 1
119 U L M M it Hxman II naR M iOt J5 ZfT ZfTH n
li Henry H t117 TAeritz j AeribZ S7 a 33T5 33T5Charles 3
32 Irving U6berJ Q 32 5
11 Charles Tobias ien 1000 lUll 5001W 1 1l
l 171 I Charles CharleIii ipigat f l0O
Iii K Klt Kkiitmte unall eo z c 2M 2 1U
ro GusW Levy lea IO
3 356tsa W a toM b8l8eS s O
gS 6 John Meerick Ick i > 00
gi 661 F S Bascom
676 Or Chf ChPrles jples Tobias mlS Bb
15 m Re lirt B Mcconnell MCCeDTOl1iijl eC nneJl o oI oW1 i
W1 S ffle ffleMCCeDTOl1 HeiJ eUer 151 j 70
iijl 113 B E o Pal Park lo JI
I lBS TJL t K Bloch 100 3i ltI ltI5rabA
1L SarahA Samh Marshall llIt h Ot OtA
1ST A H n Tarbet 1 ieo < 0 ion 5911q ionI2lS
12p I2lS q W W Armstrong AnIutt MU Sia Sial3o 11 11UfJ
TA W v W Yo v Armstrong An 108 51 14J 14J1jg
119 R A A We Waddeil deH deHJ8S ie 1 lft lftles
J8S L I O Hoffman Hoff 01 5 >
13 1 B K Btoch 10 25
ISiS W H Braiwei DraJiIeI 1W io ioIM7 1J
1H7 NeWe Nft F Keogh Keagh1S55 K h h1hi 2i
1S55 Lewis ro s P FSdmekieroo Schneider Schneider17L Schneiderd0IlL C
IlL A H Turbot HIOit ICl 5io 5ioliSl
MSI W A A Clark 400 2 I I1m
17S4 M 1 s S Xenaersas Xenaersas1S6S I euoeras f 4i Iti
1566 A3EIOisen AxeI Otsoi iP 1010
1167 S H S JOHph hC 1 I IIS68 f f13th
1S6S 13th M L S Pendergast t i oa I
1863 James A Peiteck Co S SlI 5iAnd > w wAnd 1 1And
And In accordance with law la and tho thoorder thi4rder tti ttiorder >
order of f the board of directors nude n d > n
the 21st day of June tu e MM 00 o many shan shanof sharof i iof =
of each ea h parcel Pa ot such stock us may maynecessary to tonee hnecesary >
necessary nee T will be sold at t the offi < e of th ihcompany thcomplU1r thcompany
company room Xi 3 Atlas bloc West Westond 80 80ond 5end > >
ond South street Salt Lake IityTtah IityTtahon City ity < Crah Crahon Ctahon
on the th 15th day of Awrust i iU4 at t tm 131 151in 1 1m
m to pay the delinquent dehnqu nt as a aiesmrnt < < inrTit to together togetber f fgetlier ¬
gether with the cost of advertUing aderli ing ani andespo anieq1OBMJt aniezjieflseof
espo eq1OBMJt s < > 3f sale saleW saJ saJW sulw
W JtOh ONT FERRY S Srrretsry ret TtIRr TtIRrOf1ce ry
Office Of1ce ° Wt 551 Atlas Block Salt lalte City Cit CitU CityDelinquent
Utah U tab
Delinquent Notice NoticeCOMSTOCK NoticeCOlISTOCK NoticeCOMSTOCK
any Principal pta pIMS lare > of buslusi huali as rr rnm rnmJi > m m4J5
4J5 Progress s building Salt t Lake O Ottah IT ITrtah ITItsh >
ttah Notice NoticeTheri otlceTh Th ro art d det1ntiht < Innu At HPR HPRthe lip
the following described stock on arvount arvountof al onnt onntff
of assessment ent No I levies Ivj on oh the lla 21 110 110l tb tbday ii iislay
day l y of June > BOO the several amount amountopposite amounOoppoelte amnofinOpposite < <
opposite the names of the respwti respwtishareholders rE respetiShareholders ti tisltareb
shareholders sltareb kte as follows followlSNo followsNo
No Name Shares Shar Amt Arat5H AmtIiIO
5H George Y 3 Wallace a 00 > S V 00 i > MT
511 11 Georgte Y Wallace WallacecJ iOO 30 001 001r8 M M5SS
5SS Samuel SamleI1 J Paul Paulf sr icO 5r ffftl ffftli >
586 Samuel e J Paul I 50 50W 50W76T
i 7 r ri18 =
76T 70 A K uernan V 1 loou loou71S
71S A W Gunacber G naclter litO lii > o lotK
743 J C Cahoon iw 1J M OJI OJI7M
744 J C Cahoon 1 1414 1 17Ji I41Ot >
745 J C Cahoon Ca OOll 1 J08 < I nl > 0i 0iS7S
S7S Mike Brand M MiSO 1 1Sadie
iSO Sadie Newman 1 lill < 1 InoA 10 <
090 W V B Eteeman 12 1 12 129SO I I9SO >
9SO Melbourne Potter 1 HJ 4k1 J lirt 1 H H1I
1106 1I A P Lenotnsky < I 4fl12 9 fJiJtt ic >
1173 Frank Rumel 1 01 Hr HrU Iii Iiill 14r11t >
U 11t Frank Rumel 1W 1 >
1173 Frank Rumel Ru 1 MO J 11 11Uig
1176 Frank ixumel 1 WO < K > 1 14iO 14iOi1fl 10 10UTI < > 1 >
1177 Frank Rumel T 1 1I > t I 141414 tI i
113 A E Greenwood Gr wood LM u r I M
1281 1 1 A L Ih I Jacobs J 241 > lo 0 v v123t
123t 1 S J 1 Paul HH 1 1000 1000uw 00 0012W
12W J T Oberndorfer 1 I0 W3f IO
1245 Philip Haraber Hamberger ftr r I M d
1246 PhIlip Hamberger HanibergorPb mi 4
1247 1 1 Philip Haraberger HambergerJu m 11 > il11 il11JS 00ISIS >
ISIS JS Philip Haraberger lLuft Hamberger4 rger 01 > 5 < <
1210 Philip Ham Hambergerfl Hambetrer vo r r Hif M ntl2ei
124 1 R U Sieael 0 0BOO 5 Uj Uj1JOO >
BOO Joseph Oberndorter K WO i iIsle 11j > i i1W
1W 1 Isle Sheets Thompson 4 0100 < m joiii 10101m
1371 Albert L 1 Marks > > 20 6Iii <
Iii J G Megeath 1ft K 1000 100015i4 A 4tlS >
1374 lS l A A Hanauer Jr 1699 WOfri Hi
14 19 S Beckner iflft 10M 10
1431 Joseph Oberodorfer l IH 1410 < lftfr 1401m v v14St
14St J P MeseaUt lIe eatlr l 1M00 tJ 09 M 1OOn 1OOnHM I4 n
14 HM S Beckner 100 l 19 1 k
14 1485 S Beckner Kfl jo joKH 101 101Hll > >
KH B Rusenstein ale 20 p w
1472 K Ruzenstein 200 2 209 o o14ir
1473 E Ruzenstein 0 ano anoM74 5 1 1Hi1
M74 E Ruzcnstehi 2f 2 II II14i5 3j 24
1475 E Ruzeastetn 2W 2 1JU 0 015K >
15K 1 H B B CfCaer ion 1 m mi 1111li19 J04P
i 1li19 39 H B Croner 100 10 10J 10J1PiO 1f 1fBOO 1
15 BOO 0 William Kiimel SX Y > soi SlLfi 50t6i4
1614 6i4 M D Dusseldorf Du > eWorf I8or lono lono16SI 7IY1 7IY1lost j <
lost S J Maloney > jrw iW 21 2 ° > >
1840 Thomas C CllrrJgan rTisan MO 1A jftrn
1641 R It D DuenJen ef cn 325 22ri = 01
1642 R Duerden so 801 sn1iJJ 341lsl
17 1iJJ iRose Rose Moss Cm rc so so17a4 < 1
17a4 1 Esther F er Eteeman 100 10 101m 10im >
1773 J r P Megeatb l 1001 w pio 11OHi4 P11l1
174 J i P Meeeath lOtw 1 IflO 1 1And 100P4 t tITS
ITS Hi4 Joseph p Obefitaorfer = t sue sueAnd 30t 30tAnd = >
And in accordance with the law and an anorder a Cl Clorder aorder
order of the board of directors made madethe n nthe nthe
the 21th Uh day of June ISM so many man shar sharof sharof > 4 4or <
of each parcel of stock as may be neces necessary nefsary ¬
sary will be sold at public auction at th thoffice thoffice thoffice
office of the company room 415 Progress Progressblock ProfiTe5block Progressblock
block Main street Salt S Lake City Utah Utahon Ltahon ttahon
on Monday the 15th day ay oTAugust l 1901 1901at IAiiat i iat
at 3 orclock o clock p m tp pay y the oelinqu delinquent delinquentassessment < Mi Miassessment <
assessment together with the costs of ad advertising adverti advertlaing ¬
vertising verti lng and expense ex 1tiC of sale saleA Ie IeA
A HANAUKR JR Prealdfnt PrealdfntRoom PrelridfntRoom PrmidentROOm
Room 4tt 4 Progress Building Mate Street StreetSalt StreetSal StreetSalt
Salt Sal Lake City Utah UtahDelinquent UtalLDellilquent UtahDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticePINE NoticePINE NoticePINE
company Principal place > of business ii iiaao 1ann t taBG
ann 12 Hoover HeooerlMdld building ng Salt i Lace ate Cit CitUtah litUtah CitUtah
Utah Notice NoUceJIhere JThere are > drlinqiient upon uponthe uponthe 01542the
the following described stuck st O k on account accountot aeconnor t tor
or assessment 8S11e neilt No S levied on Jan 6 6 1 1914 1914the l4the > 4 4the
the several amounts set opposite oPIO op site tte th thnames thnames I h hnames
names of the respective respec ye stockholders stockb ders as asfollows a afolloWlt afollows
No of No n of ofName efName
Name ame Cert Shares Sha res Amt AmtHenry AmtHenryJ AmtHenry
Henry HenryJ J Newman 13 10900 JiOCW JiOCWHenrj iOC iOCHenry 1OCO 1OCOHenry
Henry J Newman 14 10000 ioo0i ioo0iHenry 19008Henry
Henry J Newman 15 5on OOI > v s sHenry Io IoHenry > i iHenry >
Henry J 1 Newman IS l 500 > > y < tHenry v vHenry > IHenry
Henry J Newman NewmlUlo 17 J lyiio Lfi icw icwHenry 1C 1011Henry
Henry J 1 Newman 18 lono 1 0414 w I Oj OjHenry 11 11henn Oihenry
Henry J Newman is 1 v < w wHenry J 0 0Ilenny > I IJ
Henry J Newman 2 20 > lflrti 1 Jt JtHen JOI1enry i iHenry > >
Henry Hen Y J Newman 21 lnon 1111 1 1111I 1111IHenry n nHenry sHenry >
Henry J Newman NcWJIID2 22 i 100 < Wi lO lOHenry 10n 10nHenry 1OelHenry
Henry J 1 Ncwraatt l 3 3 lflno I 1410henry 0o 0oHenry 1111 1111Henry >
Henry J Newman 24 v 0 0John lO lOJohn o oJohn < > >
John F Grant G 1 IMft 4fJ < y n < 30 30Jehn JOIlehn l llohn
Jehn F FGrant Grant 2 6 > YI YIMrs A AJtlrs aMrs
Mrs I J Grant G GrantAntI ant 40 r > v r > raJi raJiAmi a aAnd
And in accordance with law lt w tn wJ < l an or order 0 0tier or6cr ¬
tier of the board of directors mad < on the the6th the6th the6th
6th day of February 1904 and a I d a u II order orderon orderOt orderoil
on Ot the 5tb th day of March ItOI Ji1 amr an or oraer o oner ortier
tier on the tbetth 4th day of April i 4 and an anorder anorder artorder
order on the 3d aajt 4a bf May Ka l 191M M and an anoroer anoruer anoruer
oruer of the board ot director made m mth 1 1tbt rthe
th the 3d day of June 1904 and an onler of ofthe rfthe r rthe
the board of directors made on the 3d day dayof da daof daof
of July 1SHM to extend the time of ofuntil ofuntil 1 1until
until the 15th day of August 1904 l s > many manyshares man manshares manshares
shares of each eh parcel of such stock as asmay asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sod at th thcompanys thcompiU1ys thr thrcompanys
companys office at 5S Hooper huiWini huiWiniSalt butldlnSalt butIdInSalt
Salt Lake City Utah on the raid ald 151 111 a
day of August 194 at 10 oclock a m mof mor inor
or said day to pay delinquent assessment assessmentthereon aaseamcntthereon salCent salCentthereon
thereon together with costs 01 advertis advertising advertising advertising ¬
ing and expenses exvenies of sale saleC Jqllec saleC
C S PHI PNte d S gr Scrtary rr ftanil < tary
SI and 53 5 Hooper Building Salt Lake City
Utah UtahJSctics
I INctic 4Notice
Notice of Asse Assessment sment Mo No5 No51Y 5 5MAY 5MAY
i It lnnY any DY Principal Prl dpal place of busIness SH Sfllake I I1ake
l lake ikc City Utah Notice to hereby given giventhat givc givcthat givetthat
that at a meeting J1IeetJp of the board of dirr dirrtors dirltors direr dirertore
tors of the above abo e named company heM heMon btltOn bellOn
on the 27th 7th day of July 1904 assessment assessmentNo assellmer t tNo
No 6 of 1 14 cents per share was levied oa oathe on onthe
the capital stock of the corporation pay payeble ps payable >
able ble Immediately to John Campbell sec secretary s sretary seeretary ¬
retary at th the office of the company < room
4 Commercial block Salt Lake City Utah
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay as aesesumertmay meTt meTtmay
may remain unpaid unlN d on the 31st day of r
August Au st 101 will be delinquent and ad advertised Idverllaed advertised ¬
vertised for sale at t public auction And amiunless Andunless andunless
unless payment is made before will be besold be501d besold
sold on the 24th day of September 1904 1904at 1904at 1904at
at 2 p m at th the office of the company companyroom compa companyroom
room 4 Commercial block Salt Lake City
Utah to pay the delinquent assessment assessmenttogether R8Seamenttogether assessnenttogether
together with the cost of advertising and andexpense andexpense andexpense
expense of sale saleJOHN eaJeOHN saleJOHN
JOHN CAMPBELL S Snretarv SnretarvRoom < rretarv rretarvRoom tetar
Room 4 Ceraraerdal Block Salt Lake LakeKotics L LakeNotice ke keRotics
Notice KoticsNOTICE RoticsNOTICK NoticeNOTICE
the assessment ment nf the tax levied by the thecity thqcity h hordinance
city Ouflcii mcn of Salt Lake City ltah h hordinance 1w 1wordinance
ordinance passed July 26th 1JW4 upon pun th thproperty thproperty tlto tltoproperty >
property abutting upon all of lots It 2 1 1and 1and Ilied
and 5 block 121 and all of lots lot 4 and andblock andblock i iblock
block 132 plat A Salt Sal Lake City < Jty sur survay survov stirvoy
vay for the purpose J oC constructing COntrucUn a amenl re reside enmeat ¬
meat sidewalk llx 1x feet Wide on tf the e fat fatside eastside
side of Second Wt street from Third ThinlNorth ThirdNorth 11111North
North street to Fifth North street in insidewalk insldEwalk IIIsidewalk
sidewalk district No 2ft is eomplete1That completPd completPdThat omDletpdThat
That the board of equalization and re review rlview review ¬
view appointed by the city council for forthat fortbat forthat
that purpose I1U punmose will meet at the office of ofthe ortbo o othe
the city clt recorder room 100 city and KOUJ KOUJty enunty ou outy
ty building on Tuesday August 9th 1904 1904and 904and 1904and
and continue ra 1ft session ion until Saturday SaturdayAugust SaturdayAuglst SaturdayAuxtvst
August isth 1SW between the th hours bQu of of330alid
330alid 330 and 4 130 p m and win hear and con consider consider corneider ¬
sider any an objections and make correction correctionof
of any tax which said board may ma deem deemunequal deemunequal deemunequal
unequal or unjust unjustThat unjustlbat unjustThat
That durins said time bet between ween tbs thabe UHbours tbshours
hours of 9 a a m and 5 p i 1 saM list w1 w1be wtlbe
be open to nubile inspection InlS tion at a t the office officesounty
the city rder room 10 1I iy and antiounty
sounty h hBy biiThg ftl JfJbJlC Salt l 1k k < > City lty rtahv rtahvcity tah tahBy
By order orderust r the city council rttM Aug Au Auust1st Augustist ¬
ust ust1st 1st 10M l J S rn CRITHIHW CRITHIHWUt T H i W WSidewalk
Ut City R R4iUeder R4iUederSidewalk IfNer IfNerSld
Sld Sidewalk wa1k extension No 66

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