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on Q fl Saucer Saucerv SaucerAWARDED SaicerAWARDED
Billy SamiMfeon won the th tenmile wst wstern st steni
ern wunpiwwWp ami ip last I gH at t the Salt SaltPalacs SdtPaia
Palacs Paia WcycVe track TOtselvtiig 18 dia diamond diftinoud ¬
mond modal awl 42 4 in cash cashTh I ITh
Th rao r wa5 wasa pretty on o frera start startto trtto
to finfefe Nflte Hopper William Acnorn and andthe andhe
the he tw t Redmans took t tarn rn leading a irg Ed EdHeacren d dHeren
Heacren tried ones to run away and andlap and1ai
lap the bunch bat SaratMaon ateo ateoSBfiate alnoapdntM
SBfiate we and would net Mt t Uw amateur amateurset amateurget
set far ahead Samuehxm Downing and andHofmann andHozaann
Hofmann In tjte tb order named kept near nearthe nearthe
the lead during durin the entire race and fin finished finished ¬
ished first wcofld and third Downing Downingwas
was H close a cohd hd whll whIlHufinann Hefmann was wasseveral wasbeveral
several f < t bahind Carl r1 Ragman was wasfourth ivasfourth
fourth and and1to1Iltor HoHlster fifth Th time was13O was
2130 IS 1l The Tit laps WHHarafUS Aoho Qlofl n nH
H 1 Hopper O lv Ivr r Redman 1 Carl srI Bed Bedman fleUman
man 7 Heagren 6 HolhslW I SamuoJsam
4 West 4 Palmer 2 Leyland z zThe 2The
The record of 129 made by John Chap Chapman Chapmar ¬
man in August 1889 at th aauc ucer r twuflt twufltwas trRwas
was equaled in tb the first heat ef o the th throe throeuuartarTOlte threeuuart1Riin
uuartarTOlte amateur race tvoa by Fred FredVest Fredst
Vest st Carl Redman th the other aerate aeraterider scratrh scratrhr
r rider was fottrtn HaHWay with withards 81 81yards
yards ards handicap was second Tate 4S 4Svara ISrdg
vara rdg handicap third Bisweod X yards yardsfifth yardsfifth
fifth fifthSmith fifthSmtth
Smith with a handicap ot 109 G yards ards won wonthe wonthe
the second heat in 19 2fi Iver Redman Redmanscratch Rodmanscratch
scratch came hi third by sneaking along alongthe ainngthe
the ooJe from the rear vf the bunch bunchMorgan bunchMorgan
Morgan S6 yards aria handicap was second secondTavfer
1 Tavfer fourth and Lindgren fifth The Thefinal Thefinal
final heat t ridden in the slaw ew time or otI
132 I 32 1i was won by Carl Redman His Hisbrother Hisbrother
brother Iver was second and Ktewood Ktewoodwas 11SWOO4was
was third Wet rubbed tires with Els Elswood Elswood
wood and fell early in Iz the race racePalmer racePaimer
Palmer Takes HalfMile HalfMilePalmer HalfMilePalmer
Palmer won W his preliminary and tha thafinal thailna
final beat of the professional baJfralle baJfrallerace
race his Is handicap being bLn M yar4s Sara Saraunison SarauIson
unison the th scratch man dm d not finish finishThe finisKThe
The riders kept six abreast and he had hadto hadto
to ride tin on the track so hin that he hewas hewas
was bushed early in the game Hardy HardyUownin HardYXiOwnlpg
Uownin with a handicap ot 35 yards was wasfifth wdSsecmid
secmid 8urris yarda h1JrdICKP third thirdAchorn
Achorn 2 rrds fourth Qunu yards yardsfifth
fifth Time 9K 16 Leyland with a ahandicap ahandicap
handicap of SO O yards won the second secondlieat secondheat
heat in the same time Bollister Slaver SlaverHopper StuverHopper
Hopper and Hofmann finish finished second secondthird secondthird
third fourth a tad d fifth rae latter man manscratch manhad
had S yards handicap ther being no noperateh
scratch men in this heat P Plone Pray I d by a along
lone distance until the bell tap when he hewas hewas
was unable to sprint with the others othersThe othersThe
The final heat won by Palmer was rW rWl rid1ev
l 1ev i in 65 055 45 Hatmann came in second secondlie SecondBe
lie was paced by Downing sor the greater greaterpart greaternart
part of tbedistanee Downing dropped droppednut
nut toward the finish and Hofmann Hofmanntacked Hoftnanulacked
tacked onto Palmer Holliater was third thirdand thirdand
and Harris fourth fourthE
E B Heagren made an exhibition mile milein tulleIn
in 121 1 21 35 on the Ms doubV > cylinder cylindermotorcycle cylinderlnotrcycIe
motorcycle The machine kept wriggling wrigglingTI
TI JD D the trade and Heacren was afraid to tolet tolet
let her out ut for Ir r at f running into intothe IXtOthe
the fence fenceThe tentsThe
The tworitUeJBpen twonill ep n lap race for orthe the slow slowp slowpJroteenioniin
jrofofislomtts p and d amvtew mae won by byWeiser byWelser
Weiser was the most amuein amuahtg event of ofthe ofthe
the evening Tha Th atffeeUMM fectInna at t the spec spectators spectatOrs ¬
tators wer were wHh Bat BaWf Staver and andDucking andDueklng
Ducking Kmery two v venetais nera > ki profes professionals profesitonals ¬
sionals who are ever araung xh the also alsorans alsorana
rans Emery got tired after winning winningtwo winningtwo
two law Ii Staver stuck to third place all allthrough altthrourh
through the race riding directly behind behindrastro behindCastro
Castro The crowd yelled encqurfagiBgly encqurfagiBglyat
at him aa he tried to get ahoal hos on the thelast theJaFt
last lap but he was unable to pass the theriders theriders
riders in front of him finishing third thirdwith thirdwith
with Castro second MUM MIII was fourth fourthThe fourthfh
The fh time was 4M 4 l TBe saps were wereswarded wereawarded
awarded as follows Castro Morgan MorganHalwAay MocanIlaUnday
HalwAay Tate 1 WeIner ffimcry mcrr Tay Taylor iaybr ¬
lor Guan 2 Larsen LareenEmit 2 2Emil
Emit Acraz th the fast California boy boywho boywho
who has been riding at tW t saucer track trackU trackaU
aU U this season has left salt Lake Ha Hain Has
in s now fat 1 vaudeville riding a atrainer home hometrainer
trainer against time on the th stas Barly Barlythis Barlytht
this tht season he did this turn for a wee weeat Weel Weelat
at the Salt S lt Palace theatre Agraz re recently yeecntly ¬
cently turned from an amateur to a pro proisakmaU proissional
isakmaU and secured fourth place in inhis inbis
his first professional procees4oealf procees4oealfS procees4oealfPROGRAMME race racePROGRAMME
Many Events at Salt Palace PalaceSaucer PalaceSaucer
Saucer Track To Tonight Toa Tonight ¬
night nightTntemattomU nightInternational
International fcy ai will be ceWbrafted this thisrvenltvr thisrvenia
rvenia rvenltvr wth a prograrame of athletic athleticr athleticirenes
r rents at t the Salt Palece saucer track trackThe trackThe
The card contains a varied hat of spirts spirtsThere sp4rtaThei
There Thei will be an exhibition wrestling wrestlingmatch Wreathsmatch
match between Jack Johnson and Bon BonHendrlcks Boallendxicha
Hendrlcks a chase after a greased pi pia pig piga
a twomile professional handicap lap bi bicycle IsCIC ¬
cycle CIC race an exhibition mile by Bert BertJuHer BertuHor
JuHer uHor i Jirattr ast aatamobfle the r rst t time timea
a chug wagon ever appearing in the thesaucer therauc0r
saucer track and a threeround exhibi exhibition exhlbilion ¬
lion boxing contest between Joe Pende Pendepaat Pendegnat
gnat formerly manager of the Pastime PastimeAthletic PastimethleUc
Athletic dub of San Francisco and hissparring his hiajpajriag
sparring partner There will ahra be a amatch amatch
match motorpaced race between Hardly HardlyDownmg HexdyDowning
Downing and John Cbapmaa mstl JHile heats heatsl boatsteet
l teet t two 1n three threeHeids threeHeIds
Heids band will furnish the nrasie f far farthe r rthe
the occasion The eommitt in charge chargeof
of f the affair consists of O I L Stevens J JP JP
P Otnfn Gu Bert FoH Fuller r and C H HawIey HawIeyColorado rwhy rwhyColorado
Colorado Regatta BegattaGrand RegattaGrand
Grand Lake Cole Aug It IA A regatta regattainder ragattan4er
inder unwaoal condftioas was begun begttahere begunhere
here today Grand Lake LakeS on which U the theraces o oraces
races are being salted is over 1UWO feet feetabev feetabove
above s sea level and the surrounding surroundrngcountry surroundingcountry
country to ft ttea n enveloped in clouds The Therace TM TMraceto4ay
race raceto4ay to y was ov over r a sixmile course o othree othree
three l kgsand gsa d was won by I Vice Comma Commodore Commanre ¬
dore nre It C Cfumrttell of the L Grand Lake Lakeacht isjceseht
acht club with bin yacht Highball Com Commodore Cornmodern ¬
modern W H Bryants Dorothy II WR WRpocond was wassecond
second The rac race will be In three heats heatsend heatsend
end the winner wilt be entitled to the theCoiorade tireColoreds
Coloreds mva mvaAUTO 4WlVTO
Good Programme Arranged for Meet Meeton Irteeton
on Aug 24 24AnnoMHceraent 24Anneescemont
AnnoMHceraent was made yesterday af at1r0000
1 1r0000 rooon of an automobile race meet sched scheduled s hed hedUl4d ¬
uled for the ttth ttthL ith ithI
L I C Snow S ow who to promoting the meet meetfcas meetlie
fcas lie arranged eight events for the day daynnd dayand
and has ctaaelaed all the automobiles automobileso
an o that th the machines are all evenly evenlymatched evenlyThatehed
matched and there will be no stringout stringoutevents strIngoutCrania
events unless an accident occurs to any anyone anyr
r one ° of the ti big machines daring the races
Many new feature are premised aucft aucftas nu41with
as racing with cars loaded with passes passengers passesThe ¬
gers gersThe
The events are as follows
Onemile open for backboards backboardsa
Twoi1le open for rut chews
Oneease open for cars raIse 1sa thai
51 Jooe 00ft > loaded a with passengers passeigaFiv
Fhre Fiv relies far uam ears
Two miles for cars ra vain lr treat m stoc 1000 tfc thmiles
K oaT raU miles for cara niiie 4om m XJI Ml MlTw ti tiTw
Tw miles touring cars with withJn eaea rs
Onehalf mIle apis to nil Start and fbi fbitapem51
Jn oa tape C r preestagr tape tapem51 ia it come comeJ ein
back or lose rtca rtcaPacer
Pacer Does Trotting Stunt StuntSaugua StuntSaugus
Saugua MJISF A tug 15 15At At the old
Saugus tra tm < k today Anacon Anaconda a a fast fastrstnotv fastpeter
peter went it thr trot and w ii iitke
tke race In thr straIght heats heatsfamous
famous SOH uf < Kuight ght trait trotted d tht tk s moond moondhear e itd
heat In218 lii 21514 4 th the > lowest mark yet made madebv mdby
bv a pacer of hia bi class at the trotting trottin trottinJ
J gait
Idaho cIaho Crack Team Beaten by bythe bythe
the Elders by bya a Score Scoreof Scoreof8to3
of of8to3 of8to3SPecial 8 to 3 3Special
Special to The Herald HeraldBfeckfoet HeraldRinckfoot
Bfeckfoet Ida d Aug Ifi l6Daakwater l6Daakwateriid > Dr1lnkwater Dr1lnkwaterd
iid d Bssiek pitched for Salt Lake to toS toer7
er7 S Qtoe locals put up a good game until untiltb untilthe
tb the seventh Inning when Predell injured injuredIds InjuredH
Ids H hand and retired from the box Score ScoreS
S t 3 in fa fyor vor of Salt Lako LakoFACTS La ko koFACTS
The Elders will wlflopena open a weeks engage engastmnt engagemeat
meat with Spokane at WalkerS WaIker park tn tnafternoon this thisafternoon
afternoon beginning at 3 3O 0 The Spokane
team get In I from the north ast night
Th The Elders lders fresh from their triumphs
at Idaho Falls and Blackfoot will arrive
this morning This is ladles day and the
fait ones are areheartily heartily Invited to attend the
game gamePresident gamePres1det
President Lucas was in Salt Lake yes yessrd
terday srd y for a few hours He came down downLPOi
from LPOi BrUe to attend to some routine routinematters routinemaUera
matters ltre an and with the expectation of ofremaining ofremaining
remaining to witness some of the games
this week He was called home last night nighthowever nlghthcwever
however While in the city Mr Lucas Lucassaid tueassaid
said he had just completed a atrip trip around aroundth
thu th circuit and found all the cltJbs in inStMMl Ingtod
StMMl shape rumors to the contrary not notJack
witlitandlng witlitandlngI
Jack Fleaaery win wmunlpirn umpira the present presentseries presentsaTins
series in Salt Lake It will be Salt Lakes Lakesfirst Lakesflrt
first opportunity to watch Jacks indi dndlcetorwork indicator ¬
cator cetorwork work j jPitcher J JPitcher
Pitcher Tbsmgs ute newest B1dsr ii iipttd g es espt
pt pttd twl te Jirrlto tomorrow tomorrowSTANDING tOmorrowSTANDING
Pacific l ational League LeaguePlayed LeaguePlayed
Played Won Lost P C CBoise CBo4se
Boise 56 6 6Spcaiw 53 a HE I ISpakaiM f
SpakaiM Si 4 J JButt li 1
Butt 38 z 4 4S 4
Salt Lake rt X 3 51 1 413 413National 41JL i
L National Jieague JieagueNew eague eaguePlayed
Played Won Lost P C CS6
New Ywk YwkCfeteasre Yee S6 TO 23 2 TW TWat TTChicago
Chicago CfeteasrePittsburg at 8V 58 g 615 615SB i5 1
Pittsburg SB i sft 40 566 566l SUtiCincinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiSt hi l 10 45 4 S6T 267EL i
St Louis LouisBoStOH 11 M t tBoston 6Q I
Boston M6 40 ffi t tBceakIJU 351 351American i
BceakIJU s ei in ii iihadbfplsa
hadbfplsa Ill 4 67 67American
American League LeaguePlayed LeagueS
S Played Won Lost P CX 0ew i
New ew York 37 7 50 50chicago 605 605Chteago
chicago 1 SJ 41 1 60S 60Soston 6O 6OBoetun
Boetun oston 4S 4SadaJphte > sO Il 2QQ 2QQPhftwdelphia
Phftwdelphia adaJphte 06 06leveJand z 40 S Sleveland
leveJand 3T 3TDfttrolt ti t It 2 2Detroit
Detroit 88 88St Cf 57 57StLoule
St StLoule Louis 38 38Washington 9 37 56 Q QWashington
Washington f fWestern T 75 221 221Western
Western LcaguPlayed League LeaguePlayod
Played Won Lest F C CDenver CDenver
Denver 100 60 6 40 JA JAColorado 600 600Coinrado
Colorado Springs 93 55 55Omaha I Zdt ZdtOmha
Omaha 5 57 45 45Dos 5i3 5i3Doe
Dos Moines 96 bi 43 43St I 511 511St
St Joseph 101 40 RI RISioux a bs bsSioux
Sioux City 93 31 i iPLAY s sPARK
Sneclal Se L I to The Herald HeraldPark HeraldPark
Park City AUJT 16 1Tlie ThG second game gameof gameof
of ball in the Park < JtyBureka series serieswill serieswIlIb
will wIlIb be plyed here on Sunday unday and an anexcursion anexcursion
excursion will be run from Eureka for forthe forthe
the occasion The D R J G guarantees guaranteesbatter guaapteesbetter
batter service than that given the Park ParkCity Parkcity
City excursion anditho and the Eureka popple will willbe willb
be b here Bcfprts eorb noon Park City lodge No
754 BPi B L Q ElksJiaye decJdol to toenter toentertam enter entertain ¬
tain tam all visiting 1ttthg brothers from ltrekaSalt Rqreka RqrekaSalt
Salt Lake Provo and Offdert on the day dayof dayof
of the excursion excdr5toflbnd Smd the thdyislting Tisltins ball ballteam ballteam
team will be looked after too by the thesame thesame
same organization organizationThe
The committee having the matter in inhand Inhand
hand has figured upon having the Park ParkCity ParkCity
City band give a concert Sunday evening eveningfor eveningfor
for the entertainment of the visitors Park ParkCity ParkCity
City has a band which Is a credit to the thetown thetonn
town The day on the whole will be bemade bemade
made as much of a holiday as it willbe willbepossible willbepoeslble
possible to make Sunday SundayCHASLES SundayCK1LLES
Makes Proposition to Wrestle JBert JBertFuller crt crtPuiler
Fuller FullerSporting PuilerSporting
Sporting Editor The Herald HeraldIt
It is useless for O H Stevens the thostranger thestranger
stranger but cl clean an record man to try tryand trYand
and polish K > lteh over one fraud and concoct concoctarcther concoctarcther
arcther and acll It an error He may call callIt callIt
It an g error if h ho wishes but It is a plain plainmisrepresentation plainraisreprasentatlon
misrepresentation misrepresentationWhy
Why wheat and where did he match matcftjd matchBen
Ben 11endricki as be call hIm and jd J JJohnson SJohnson
Johnson I understand he ti matched them themjust thenjust
just the same as he matched Lewis and andm andme
m me without either of them knowing any anything anything ¬
thing about it He did not as much as asl aslearn
l learn arn the name of Ben Aldrioh the wrest wrestler wrestIcr
ler whom the Salt Lake public knows knowswell knowswell
well wellIn wellIn
In speaking of clean records it is up upto upte
to the Salt Lake public to judge for them themselves themsolved ¬
selves selvesFor S SFor
For the benefit of some of the readers readerswho readerswho
who never saw me in my working clothes clothesI
I am proud to say that I work every day dayat dayat
at ray trade anti earn an honest living livingtor livinglo
tor lo myself and family and I always have baveta havea
a few dollars of my own I am willing willingto
to wager against any man of my weight weightor
or heavier in the country countryBut couStryBut
But the ideal athlete el today must not notearn notearn
earn his own living To be popular with withu with1hs
1hs u public ubUc he must be supported by his hisfrers hisadHt1iers
adHt1iers frers or he is not a reel athlete From Froma
a spectacular point of view it seems a abreach abgcb
breach of the law and order of athletics athleticsfw
fw an athlete to earn a living by tUa tUaK titOsweat
K sweat t of his brow Hence I have not a aclean aclean
clean record recordxuw recordoW
xuw oW ior uip u benefit of Sir Pullar the thesocalled thesocalled
socalled sfaot wrestler oC Coloraao I Iwill ItII
will tII isrree ree to throw him mm three times in inone Innni
one irotir netlr actual wrestling time for f rent rentILOQ
ILOQ 1 X1 to 3MOOOO and all gato receipts rcceptsIf j jIf
If O HStevens wants to tohave have a clean cleanrecord cleanracaM
record and see who is willing at all times timesto
to favor him and the public with square squarespoc squaresport
spoc sport let him deposit a pl piece ce of money moneyon moneyon
on this proposition Money talks talksCIIAS talksRode
Rode Four Winners WinnersLocdon WinnersLoidon
Locdon Aug 1 laMaher Maher tho American AmericancKey Americanjickey
jickey cKey rode ro e tour winners finishing thIrd thIrdI I Ij
I j another of sir races at the Stockton Stockton2fi Stocktonziteeting
ziteeting 2fi ting today Another American jockey jockeyMadden jockey2jndden
Madden rode two winners and one onescc onesccead scc sccMl
ead Ml and on third horse Mahers best bestIr bestvar
var Ir v was as the Stockton handicap plate ot ottwo oftwo
two thousand thousa d dollars mile and a hair hairwhich baitwhich
which he won by a snort bead owing to togcod togtod
gcod riding ridingon on Lord Bllesleres Gowor owor the theWAED thearcrlte
arcrlte arcrlteWAD
Eastern stern Hen Champions in Tennis TennisDoubles TennisDoubles
Doubles DoublesNewport DoublesNewirt
Newport R L Aug 16 IGWith With the matcn matcnbetween matcflbetween
between the cast and U the > west for the thenational theUogI
national UogI championship in doubles and two tworounds twot
rounds t in singles scheduled for today todaytheausplces todaytlke
tlke AUcorners tennis tournament under undertheaasp4eee
theausplces of the United States National NationalLawn atJonaI14wn
Lawn Tennis association was storied on ontffe onthe
the Newport Casino courts with a rush rushWard rushWard
Ward and Wright won the eastern cham championship championship ¬
pionship In doubles at Longwood this thisyear thisyear
year while the western title was secured securedat j jat
at Chicago by Little ana Collins As Asthe Asthe
the present holders of taw nauor al title titioIi titleH
Ii L and R P Doherty of England will willnet willnet
net defend their honors the winner of oftodays ofjoda7s
todays match will be awarded the chain Champtonsfeip chainp4nshtp
ptonsfeip ptonsfeipWard p4nshtpWard
Ward nd Wright won national doubles doublesteanis doublestennis
tennis championship defeating Collins Collinsaad CoUin5and
and Little 26 63 16 lt 6L 6LSaratoga 61Nearly
Nearly Drowned DrownedSaratoga
Saratoga N Y Aug la 16Tod Tod Sloan the thejegcey theje
jegcey je key and two other turfmen Charles CharlesF
F Dwyer and Victor Williams of New NewY ew ewYork
Y York rk aarrewly escaped drowning today todayat todayt
at t Saratoga Lake Their sailboat was wascapsized wasonsized
capsized by a squall and they were yes resetted yesguod ¬
etted a mile from shore shoreCorbettOBrien shareCorbetOiem
CorbettOBrien CorbettOBrienNew
New York Atfgi it l Jim Corbett and andJack andSack
Jack OBrien today signed to fight a six sixround sixround
round bout in Philadelphia Sept Septifolder > 6 6S >
S i ii
i io qA 1BIZEi
ifolder of luck luckftuthIdfiflt umbW > MlV r elv elvtei4ollar
p tei4ollar sold piece at SallairVISiri SallairVISiriloyps1 Sa1taitYEn1I1oyes
loyps1 day Thursday
McGloskeys Men Could Not NotLantf NotLand
Land on Dowling at the theRight theRight
Right Time TimeButt TimeButte
Butt Butte Aug lButto Butto took th first firstgame firstgame
game 9f the series from Boise Dowling Dowlingwas towllngwas
was a puzzle when hits were needed neededButtc netdtdButte
Butte got her rusts mainly through flajd flajding
ing errors McHales running jiwhanded jiwhandedcntch mehandedcatch
catch in d deep en center was the tb feaiurc At AttfindaHce Attondance
tfindaHce ZQIIL < Score
Butte 7 S 2 2Boise 2Boise
Boise O 9 5 5Batteries 5Batteries
Batteries Dowling and Swindells SwindellsThompson SwindellsThompson
Thompson and Hatriaon Umpire Davis DavisITATIOlfAIi Da4sNATIONAL
Brooklyn Aug Au 16 1ffHajilons Hanlons men leapt leaptup Iceptup
up their winning gait on tHeir home homegrounds hotngrounds
grounds today by scoring u doUble shut shutagainst shutout
out against cincinnati Attendance 3500 3500Score i50QScore
Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First Game B H E EBrookLvn EBrooklyn
Brooklyn 6 10 1 1Cincinnati 1Clnelneati
Cincinnati fl 4 4Batteries 1 1EattorlesScanion
Batteries EattorlesScanion Seanlon a and Bergen Helium Heliumand elium eliumand
and Scnlei ScnleiTwobase SchIetTwobase
Twobase Wta Iilt stra9g Gwreior < Ses lor bases on onballs onboils
balls off Seattle Sf aft fIK Kniium M m 2 struck struckout struckout
out by Sr SrZimmer Scanlop 6 bY Kifluni 4 umpire umpireZimmer
Zimmer ZimmerSecond ZimmerSecond S
Second Game R H B BBrooklyn BBrotkIyn
Brooklyn 3 6 6Cincinnati 0 0Cincinnati
Cincinnati U J 3 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesCrania
Batteries BatteriesCrania Cronis and Bitter Ewing Ewinsand Ewingand
and Schlei SchleiTwobase SchleiTwobase
Twobase hits Corcoran Woodruff WoodruffGttsslor WoodruffGassier
Gassier threebase hit Lwrnlajy LumIe bases baseson basesOn
on balls off Bwlngr 4 struck out by byCronin byCronla
Cronin 5 by Ewing wing = 3 Umpire Zimmer ZimmerPhiladelphia ZiramerV
V Philadelphia Aug IS 15The The locals wore woreoutplayed woreOutplayed
outplayed in all departments today and andSt andSt
St Louis won both gamvs without an aneffort aneffort
effort Attendance 3100 Score ScornFirnt
1 First Game R II E ESt BSt
St Louis fi 14 0 0Phlladelohla 0Philadelphia
Philadelphia v 1 9 S Sf 3BattcrieNIOhQIS
Batteries BattcrieNIOhQIS Nichols and Grady Fraser Fraserand
and Roth RothTwobase RothTwobase
Twobase hits Grady Barclay Mitchell MIteJioiIi Mitchellthrecbasehit
threebase threcbasehit hit Brain basu on balls off offFraser offFraser
Fraser 1 struck out by b Fra Fraser or S by byNichols b bNichols
Nichols 4 Umpire Emslle EmslleSecond EmsileSecond
Second Game R H HSt B BSt
St Louis 7 10 1 1Philadelphia 1Philadelphia
Philadelphia 1 5 6 6BatteriesONeill
Batteries BatteriesONeill ONeill and nd Grady Duggleby DugglebyDooln DuggiebyDoom
Doom and Roth Rotai RothTwobase
Twobase hits Srnoot Brain bases on onI onballs
balls off ONeill lf 1 off Daggleby 1 struck strucki struckmit
out1 mit by QNelll 2 Z by DUxgleby 1 Um Umjplre Urnpiro
jplre piro Emslie EmslieBoston EmelieBoston
Boston Aug IS 15Cbjego Chicago was unable to tohit tohit
hit Willis with any effectafter the first firsti firstinninjy
inning of the first same game today todayBoston while whileBoston
Boston solved Wicker a eiirces in the lat latter lattar ¬
tar gart art of the game winning In the t tfltt tfltton nth nthon
on Abbatichlos threebegg r and outfield butflsldfly outfieldfly
fly The second gamewas called at the thoend theend
end of toe first on account of rain the thascare thescare
scare standing Chicago S Boston 9 At Attendanc Attendance
tendanc 1TQO Score ScoreBoston eore
H B BBoston
Boston BostonChicago 5 3 2 2Chicago
Chicago 4 9 1 1Batteries 1BetterlesWilfis
Batteries BetterlesWilfis Willis and Moran Wicker Wickerand Wickerand
and ONeill ONeillTwobase QNelilTwobase
Twobase hit Geler tWrecbare nit hitAbbatichio nitAbbatichio
Abbatichio homo ruo Moran bases on onballs onballs
balls off While 1 oft Wicker 2 struck struckout struckout
out by Willis 4 by Wicker i Vmplrcs VmplrcsMoran TmplrcsMoraa
Moran and Carpenter CarpenterNew CarpenterNew
New York Aug 1The The visitors out outplayed outmlayed ¬
played the locals In both games and the thefielding thefiolding
fielding of the home team was wretched vrttcticdAttendance wretchedAttendance
Attendance 23900 Score
R II E EPIttsburg BPlttsburg
PIttsburg 7 12 1 1New 1NewYork
New NewYork York 2 8 r rBatteries 9 9Batteries
Batteries Flaherty and Carisch CarischMathcwson CarisebMathewson
Mathcwson and nd BoweriTJB BoweriTJBHits BoWerrnbHits >
Hits off ifatfeeweos kt two innings inningsoff
off Wiltse 7 in gevon Innings bases on onballi onballs
balls off Flaherty S aft VVlltse 2 struck struckout strukout
out fer i FlaherU 1 by b Wlltae 2 three threebase threebase
base hits Beaumont Flahertytwobase Flahertytwobasehits Flahorty twobase twobasehits
hits Bowerman WHtse Wflt e Umpire John Johnstone Johnstone
stone stoneSecond stoneSecond
Second Game R H E EPittsburg BPlttsburg
Pittsburg 4 13 2 2Nexv 2New
New York 1 2 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesLynch
Batteries BatteriesLynch Lyneh a and d Cariscft Taylor Taylorand Taylorand
and Warner twobase hits Browne BrowneBransfleJd BrowneBransfield
BransfleJd threebase hits McCormick McCormlekRltchey McCormickRitchey
Rltchey bases on balls off Ta Taslur > lur li off offLynch ottLylich
Lynch 2 struck out by Taylor 2 by byLynch byLynch
Lynch 2 Umitlre Johnstpnc JohnstpncfrTVTFrBTnAKr JohnstoneAMERICAS
St Louis Aug 1ft 36St St Louis inability inabilityto
to hit Orth cost them todays game Orth Orthallowed Orthallewed
allowed St Louis only five hits Kahoes Kahoesthrowing Raboesthrowing
throwing to bases was the feature At Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 900 Score
St StLeuIs Louis 1 5 1 1New 1NowYork
New NowYork York i 4 S 0 0Batteries 0BatterlesSudhoff
Batteries BatterlesSudhoff Sudhoff and Kahoe Orth and andKUeiaow andKUeinow
KUeiaow KUeiaowDetroit S
Detroit Aug 16 16Aftor Af tor Detroit had tied tiedtbe tiedthe
the game in the afath r5th with Hlckmans Hlckmanssecond HIckmanssecond
second threebase drive the Philadelphias Philadelphiashad
had a batting rally and by bunching bunchingthree bunchingthree
three bard hits with u gift won handily handilyAttendance handilyAttendance
Attendance 5000 Scare
RV BHE BHEPhiladelphia H E EPhiladelphia
Philadelphia K 10 2 2Detroit 2Detroit
Detroit 3 10 2 2Batterios 3BatterosHenley
Batterios BatterosHenley Henley and nd Shrock Killian Killianand kifllanand
and Drill DrillCleveland j jCleveland
Cleveland Aug Asg16iovoiapd 16 Cleveland won woneasily woneasily
easily today Attendance 200ft Score ScoreR
S R RILE RILECleveland H E j jCleveland
Cleveland 7 11 1 1Washington 1Washlonton
Washington 1 S 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesBernhard
Batteries BatteriesBernhard Bamhard and Bemis Jacob Jacobson I Ison
son and Klttredge KlttredgeChicago KlttredgeChicago
Chicago Aug 16 l6ourg Xoung proved ttio ttioeasiest thoeasiest
easiest klnd k1ndaf af a proposition for Chicago ChicagoOwen ChicagoOwen
Owen was In greet farm only one of the thevisitors thevisitors
visitors reaching Chlrd Attendance 10600 10600Score 10600Score
R H E EChicago BChicago
Chicago 6 11 l lBoston 1 1Boston
Boston A 0 fl 4 3 3F 3BatteriesCwelt
BatteriesCwelt ard Suiltyan Young YoungFarrell
F Farrell rrell and Crigar CrigarWESTEHH CrigarWESTERN
Omaha Aug 16 16Omaha Qraaha won by y heavy heavybatting heavybatting
batting Score ScoreS
S R H E ESioux Bsioux
Sioux City v 4 11 r rOmaha 5Omaha
Omaha 1 11 15 15Batteries 2 2Batteries
Batteries Callawatfor and Graves GravesSanders GravesLauders
Sanders Gondin Gonding and andFroese andFroeseColorado Frees FreesCeiorado
Colorado Springs AVI AUrg 16 16Todays 16Todaysgame Todays Todaysgame
game between Colorado SarlngE rnd Den Denver Donvar ¬
ver was stopped in lha fourth inning by byrain byrain
rain the soor score standing 1 to 0 In favor of ofthe ofth
the th locals localsDCS localsDes
Des Moines Augl AugWlth With Webster the theregular theregular
regular second baseman in the box St StJoseph StJopeph
Joseph presented a crippled front and andwas andwas
was easily shut putT slt Score
Dos Moiues n S 4 10 1 1SU 1St
SU Jos Joseph JosephBstterlffiaMorrlsefl pu 7 7 7Batteries
Batteries BstterlffiaMorrlsefl Morrison and Townc Web Webter VcbstOr
stOr ter and anIcColeiI JlcConileil S S S I IAMERICAN
A ColunibU6 CQlumbustoIumbus JolumaW T IndlarnipollsA1 Indianapolis IndianapolisAt
At lAJUftvtllcFlrst amc Louisville 0 0Toledo 0Toledo
Toledo 14 Second game Louisville 10 To Toledo Toledo3 ¬
ledo ledo3 3
1 1Our Our Two Stores Consolidated ConsolidatedAt
At 5 W Main St wherewo will continue continueto
to do a highgrade painting and dec decorating deeorating ¬
orating business at the same popular popularprices j jprces
prices as heretofore Yours for vrall vrallpapQr vaIipnpr
papQr and paints paintsGKO paintsIBO
Both phones 27 7 Alain AlainCOLORADO Maine MainCOLORADOEXCLJBSIONS
I Au Aug 20 and 21 21Via 21Via
Via Oregon Short Line Bound trip tripfrom tripfrom
from Salt Lake and Ogden to Denver DenverColorado DeaverColora4o
Colorado Springs and Pueblo only
18 Five days transit limit each way wayTickets wayTickets
Tickets good 30 days daysList daysList
List of Prizes PrizesWatch PrizesWatch
Watch Thursdays papers for list o oprizes of ofprb
prizes prb s at SaltaJr wr Employesday EmployesdayThursday Employes day dayThursday
Thursday ThursdayBasela1Spokanevs
Basela1Spokanevs Spokane vs Salt ILakev Laker4ufl
4ufl 19 1 Ladies LacIIesee free today todayHolttsr todayS
S cASaPRIzE cASaPRIzElIolhrot51ucky
Holttsr lIolhrot51ucky uriucky nurtibcr will receive rcceiyoBaseball receiven
n tn1oflat gqld piece at SaIta5iEi Efllt
jplo > ea 4aElusIay f fT
T 1 1BasebaU
Baseball Spokane v rs Salt Lake LakeAug LakcAug
Aug 1J 1 to 31 Ladies free today
Annual Championship Play at atHighland atS
S Highland Park Ill 111v 111QUALIFYING
v 5
+ 4Highland 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ f Highland Park His Auc 16 l6Fln l6FlnIshing FIn FInf +
f ishlng the afternoon round In the thequalifying + f ft
t qualifying play of th the western golf 4 f fchampionship
4 championship with a 74 H IL Chand Chandicr 4 4f
+ f ler Egan got a a total of oi H4 for the f fda
4 da dayS > setting a record for the thechain thechainplonship cb ni +
4 plonahlp that may never be ap approached 4
4 preached His morning round was r
9 70 Out in 9S In the afternoon because becauseOfrcdiocre 4
4 of Nnedlocre toe shots he came In inwith +
4 + vltla with a SS a Egan easily ld his field fieldf 4 4of
+ f of S0and took the gold medal for the thebest 4 4f +
f best score 4 4Highland +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 1 1Highland +
Highland Park Ills Aug 16H Chan Chandler Chastiler ¬
dler Egah of Bxmoor today took gold goldmedal goidmedal
medal honors In the qualifying round ot otthe ofthe
the sixth annual western golf association associationchampionshp associationchampionshp
championshp easily leading the field of ofeightyone ofeightyone
eightyone starters from all over the thewest thewest
west with a total score of 144 for thirty thirtysix thirtysix
six holes In the morning Egan act a anew 1flea
new record for the course totalling Vft VftThis O OThis
This displaced the amateur record of ofheld 12 12held
held by himself and the professional rec record record ¬
ord of 72 made by Robert Simpson of ofRiverside ofRiyerside
Riverside Twenty stn strol H es s under bogcy bogcyfor bugcyfor
for the long route composed the days dayswork dayswork
work of Egan as the best golf a seen on m mthe inthe
the west Perfect golfing conditions pro provailed provalled
vailed vailedPlaying I >
Playing with Egan was his college collegemate collegemateS
mate mateS Fay In ingalls palls Harxards champion championwho championwho
who got a total score of 159 1 This gave gavehim gavehIm
him a prominent qualifying place placeIn placeIt >
In It contrast to the sensational work of ofChandler ofChandler
Chandler Egan was the golf of Cham ChamlIon Chanitlon
lIon Walter E Egan After taking SO SOfor P1for
for the first round the cousin of chan chandler Chantiler ¬
dler required SS for the afternoonround afternoonrounda
a a total of 165 whIch gave hm lltne mar margin margin ¬
gin for a place in the qualifying division
H Chandler Beans card compared with
bogey 1s as follow followMorning followsMorningH
Morning MorningH H C Enn Esmoor BemoorOut EsmoorOut
Out i 444 3
Out 4 453SZ 5 3 5 3 5 S42 5 S4S
E Ezaii an anIn S Shi
In hiBogey Bogey 3 2 5 3 3 4 4 585 70
Jn 4 S i 5 4 i 4 4j4 f4 52
Afternoon AftoqioonEgau Esaa EsaaOut S
Out 362222544llS 3 G 5 5 J R 5 4 4JIS
In 4 4264442341641 4264442341641Total 2 6 4 4 4 5 >
Total Total0COIF Ill IllN
Office 2484 Washington Avenue cenne cenneTelephone i
Telephone 14 14Ogden 14Ogden
Ogden Wednesday Aug 17 17HE 17HE
Roscoe Countryman of Harris Harrisvide HarriviUc
vide Charged With Assault Assaulton
on Carl Yeagep YeagepRoscoe
Roscoe Countryman was brought IH Iayesterday IHyesterday
yesterday from Harrlsvllle and Is charged cbargeacwith chargedwith
with assaulting Carl Yeager with a deadly deadlyweapon deadlyweapon
weapon namely a pitchfork pitchforkWINE iltchforkWINE
WINE WINEPoliceman THIEF NABBED > v vPoliceman
Policeman Saw SawDanWarner Dan Warner Steal the theJug theJug
Jug JugPolice JugPolice
Police Officer Hoam last vloff ar arregted arrested
rested a thief who wa Jrylni U Iu set ge geaway
away with a jug of wine taken irom rom Ul thu thudelivery
delivery wagon of George H Trill The Thefellow Thefellow
fellow grabbed the jug out of tire wagon wagonnear wagonnear
near the corner of TwintyfIfth street ana anaWashington
Washington avenue the officer witness witnessing wituceein ¬
ing in the act Hearn Ream started alter the thethief thethief
thief who ran down toward the railroad railroadyards railroadyards
yards He dropped the jug when he
found himself pursued Tne officer fired firedthree firedthree
three or four shots at the tnlef wh who < f final finalIv JnalIv
Iv stopped and threw up his Hands At Atthe Atthe
the station he gave the name o of Dan DanWarner DanWarner
Warner WarnerDIDNT WarnerDIDNT
A A Pair of Sporty Austrians dot a aScare aScare
Scare ScareA
A couple of Austriaas received a bad badfright badfright
fright yesterday and had a rather close clesecall closecall
call to serious injury They hired a livery llvoryrg liveryrig
rg from fr m Blpckhorn Bros but the horse horsedid horsedid
did not understand their language and andvery andvery
very soon there was trouble TH Te Ails Auatrlang AilsInane
Inane sought to quiet rue frightened frightenedanimal frightenedanimal
animal by yelling bloody murder or orwords orwords
words of similar import la the Austrian Austrianlanguage Austrianlarwuage
language This did not h hae ve the desired desiredeffect desiredeffect
effect and the men tn tried d auotlier method methodThey methodThey
They threw the reins down and clapped clappedeach claspedeach
each other tightly about the waist waistDown waistDown
Down Twentyfifth street the rig went wentthe wentthe
the buggy swaying from aide to side As Asthe Atthe
= the horse < neared its stable owe of the thoemployes theempicyes
employes ran out caught tne rear of the thcrWugsy thelitiggy
Wugsy climbed In and andatoppod stopped the fright frlghtened frightened
ened animal as well as relieving the SUS SUSpwise suspeiise
pwise of two frightened Austrians AustrlansPound AustriansS
S Pound His Horse HorseAbout EarseAbout
About seven months ago a horse f be belongIng > o oilonslng
longIng to Lewis Garncau disappeared disappearediand
and the animal was yesterday discovered discoveredby
by him in the possession of it Chlraman ChlramanThe ChirarnanThe
The animal came to the Chuiaman Chuiamanthrough Giunamanthrough
through a succession of ownerships ownershipsWilliam ownershipsWilliam
William Jenson Andrew Neilson Blram BlramBybee BirarnBybee
Bybee and A B Corey have hauVtltlc to tothe tothe
the horse at different times but it looks looksas
as though some one of tnem Is out tire thopurchase tireurcItnae
purchase price as Garneau will replevin replevintho
the cqtdne cqtdneBack eqrlneBack
Back From Salt Works WorksR
R J Taylor ha has returned from Bccka BecksaIt Bcckapalt
palt aIt woVks near Garfield Bcacht BedclbW1iro wtiero he hewas Rewas
was superintending the establishment of ofthe ofthe
the plant The vats have been completed completedand completedandthe
and andthe Hhe pumping ia of salt water com commenced commenced ¬
menced last week weekD weekD
D W Shupe Estate EstateMrs EstateMrs
Mrs Etta tti W V Shupe was ypatirtfar ap appointed n npointed ¬
pointed administratrix of tho estate of ofthe ofillt
the late D W Shape and also guardian guardianof
of the two children Etta EU and Ga Shupe ShupeThe ShUpeThe
The bondsas bands as administratrix were fixed fixed1at
at 310000 and as guardian 6 6600 CO The Tnoof Thepcrs
pcrs nnl property of the estate consists consistsof
of shares In the ShupeWilliams Candy Candycompany Candycompany
company and in the Pingree National Nationalbank Nationalbank
Sues for Divorce DivorceSirs DivorceMrs
Sirs Josephine M Yoager yesterday yesterdaycommenced yesterdaycommenced
commenced an action for divorce from fromCarl fromCar
Carl C Yeager The couple were married marriedIn
In Ogden April S 1900 and immediately immediatelythereafter immediatoIythereafter
thereafter according to the complaint the thedefendant thedefendant
defendant began to be cruel and continued continuedto
to practice great cruelty swing to the ex extent cxtent ¬
tent of boating and kicking the plaintiff plaintiffThe plaintiffThe
The plaintiff asks for the custody of the theono theono
ono child a girl and that sac oc allowed allowedto allowedto
to take her former formername formernameDamage name nameDamage
Damage 15000 15000fi
l fi V Wade local manager for the theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Power company says saysthat saysthat
that the lightning Sunuay night de dent do dostroYed
stroYed machinery and apparatu for th thcompany
company which it wilt take about 11000 11000tp
tp rkplnce Mondays nights storm did didnb
nt > damage
Ogden Briefs BriefslInsind Briefs1It
lInsind 1It and JjSsS J Hsfergp H SrtIrgo a and ad tyo tyodaughters tn tnlaiikhters
daughters wjlrleave fttieave tomorrow afternoon afternoonfor at4riQi at4riQitor
for California to spend amah jnonlh or so tjt tjtrecreation Otrecreation
recreation on he coast airH M5Spargo pargo will willsJIrs wiltdsOli5it
dsOli5it Tonopah befd Zisrmtuin ZisrmtuinMrs
sJIrs Mrs Alma l Lambert ofSalt of Salt tJkc Is in inTJgden inOgdn
TJgden canyon the guest yt J JJohn her slser slserMrs sisiegMrs
Mrs J J McGregor MeGregorJohn
John T Hurst and Frank iL I Urigg
loft yesterday for RfchrcbuiityTjn a hunt huntIng huntlair
lair trip tripJtris triptr I IfrornT
Jtris tr 3i J > t Doran Is recovering recoverin nicely nicelyfront
front the operation pcrfoftaed Baturdoi Baturdoijvhea lhttimrdizswhen
when D nra rs Brick jini nn Pjkln rmovjed rmovjedono I Ione
ono of ofer Jier eyes She was struck br a ball ballwhile bailwhile
while attending a game at the Ogden Hot HotEleanor
sprIngs on il4emOrIaL day and ti5 injury injurymade
made necessary th operatIon operatIonEleanor
Eleanor B West daughter of Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Byron B West ded yesterday yesterdayJnerninR yesterdayimmenng
JnerninR at the home of llr and Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles Nelson aged 3 years months monthsand monthSand
and 7 Z days The funeral will tskc place placetoday placetoday
today at 4 oclock from 312 Twentyfourth Twentyfourthstreet
street streetJustice streetJustice
Justice Howell yesterday delivered a alecture alecture
lecture and warning to a number of auto automobile autoThobde ¬
mobile owners who had been accused of ofexceeding ofexeceding
exceeding the speed limit limitSheriff limItSheriff
Sheriff Bailey went to Provo yesterday yesterdaywith
with Homer Brown committed to tne tneasylum
asylum asylumTho
The wedding of < if Miss Cora Farr and andWIHard andIVliiard
WIHard Bingham will occur today toda In InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake and the reception will bo ftiv given givenI n nin
in I Ogden this evening in honor of the thecouple thecou1c
couple at the home of the brides parents parentsW
W V H Coombs was wasarrented arrested Inst night nlgfelfor nightfor
for disturbing the peace Coombs got gotinto gotInto
into a row with a cook vshera he was wasworking wasworkjng
working and a fight resulted resultedANSWER resultedANSWER
Nathan Kosenberg Gives His Version Versionof VersionofCase
of ofCase ofCaseNathan Case CaseNathan
Nathan Rosenberg has filed an an answer answer ¬
swer in the suit brought against him himby himby
by Neils Pr P Paulson llosenbers ad admits admits ¬
mits that he came Into possession of ofl000o
10000 won in a a lottery He had pur purchased purchased ¬
chased the lucky lottery ticket for forPaulson for1aulson
Paulson and tufrned the money over to tohim tohim
him although he say he might have havekept havekept
kept back twothirds of the prize Ro Rosenberg Rescriber ¬
senberg scriber further alleges that he received receivedno
no money from Paulson except to carry carryon carryon
on gambling transactions which are il illegal itlegal ¬
legal and that therefore there Is no nocase noCase
case against him himIAWN himS
Ladies ot Maccabees will give a lawn lawnsocial lawncoclal
social Friday evening at airs William Williamsons Williamsons ¬
sons 156 EighthEast Ice cream and andcake andcake
cake Admission 15c 15cSEPUBlicAN l5cS l5cREPUBLICAN
New York Aug ig 16 IsChairman Chairman Cortelyou Cortelyouat
at the Republican national headquarters headquarterstoday headquarterstoday
today stated that the national commit committee committe ¬
tee te was giving attention to all parts of oftho ofthu
tho country a au well as to Vermont and andaalte and3aite
aalte Naturally more Interest centered centeredin
in n these states now because of the alec elections alectlcns ¬
tions next month but the commliteo was wasnot wasnot
not concentrating its efforts upon them themsimply thensimply
simply with a a view of increasing the Re Republican Repubricau ¬
publican majority majorityLOW
Via D IU B G Aug ng 2021 2021SXSDO
SXSDO for the round trip to Denver DenverColorado DenverColorado
Colorado Springs or Pueblo Final Urn limit Urnit ¬
it of tickets 30 days from date of sale saleStopovers saleStopovers
Stopovers allowed allowedThe allowedThe
The saving department of the Pin Piagree Pingree
gree National bank will remain open opanon openon
on Saturday nights until S pm for the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of accommodating those who whowish whowish
wish to make savings deposits depositsS1O
Holder of lucky number will receive receivea
a tendollar gold piece at Saltalr altalr Em Employes Employcs ¬
ployes day Thursday ThursdayBaseball
4 4Easeball
Baseball Spokane pokan TO Salt Lake XakeAug LakeAug
Aug 17 to 21 Ladles freetoday freetodayIiZGAIr freeAodayLEGAL
JTotice7 JTotice7NOTICE otice oticeNOTICE
City Council of Salt Lake Lak City of the
intention of f such council to make the fol ¬
lowing described improvement to towit wlt
Extending and laying sewer lateral on on
Canyon road from from Second street to Third ThirdFtreet ThirdStreet
Street and on Third street from Canyon Canyonroad Canyonroad
road to t A street In Sewer District
No 1 and defray the cost and expense
thereof estimated at one thousand five
hundred seventytwo and 13100 157213
dollars or 70100 J070 dollars per frpnt frpnto fr nt nto
o linear foot by a local assessment upon uponthe uponthe
the lots or pieces of ground within tb tbfollowing time timefolowing
following described district being the die distuct dietact
tact to be affected or benefited by sad
improvement namely
Fronting on Third street streetAll streetAll
All of lots iot3 3 and 4 block 42 42All 4 4All
All of lots 1 and 2t block 43 4 plat D DAH DAll
AH of lots S 9 and 10 and the east Jflfr Jflfrfeet
feet of lot Y block 3 3All 3Altotlotslandblock4
All Altotlotslandblock4 of lots 1 and 2 block 4 plat platI platIFronting I IFronting
Fronting on Canyon road roadAll readAll
All of lots 4 and 7 blo block < k 5 plat platSalt I1 I1Salt
Salt Lake City survey surve survePart and andPart
Part of section 31 township 1 north northrange northrange
range 1 east Salt Lake base and meridian meridiandescribed meridiandescribed
described as follows followsCommencing followsCommencing
Commencing 537 feet south and 300 300feet 2300feet
feet west of the stone street monument monumenta
a the Intersection of Second street and andCanyon andCanyon
Canyon road running thence north 2T 2Tfeet 217fret
feet thence northeasterly 8862 feet feetAll feeLAll
All protects and objections to the carry carrying Carrylug ¬
lug out of such Intention must be pre presented peesanted ¬
sented in writing to the oily re coOydr ord r on or orbefore orbefore
before the 6th day of September 19M b bInif bIng
Inif the time set by said council when It Itwill itwilt
will hear and consider such protests protestsand protestsand
and objections as may be made thereto theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the th City Council ef Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated July 26th 1 1504 1504r
City Recorder RecorderSewer RecordtrSewer
Sewer Extension No 145 145Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
City Council of Salt Lake City of the theintention theintention
intention of such council to make the theGrading thefollowing
following described improvements tow1t tow1tGrading
Grading curbing paving en Canyon Canyonroad Canyonroad
road from State street to Second stre street streetLa < t tIn
In Paving District No 28 and defray the thecost thecost
cost and expense thereof estimated at atsix atsix
six thousand two hundred seven and i
17100 L207U 20717 dollars or six and 60WO 60WOf
f 060 6Q dollars perfront or linear foot by a alocal alocal
local assessment upon the lots or pieces of ofground ofground
ground within the following described die district dietrict ¬
trict being the th district to be affected or orbenefited orbenefited
benefited by said Improvement namely namelyAll namelyAU
All of lots 4 5 and T block 2 plat pIntSalt I ISalt
Salt Lake City survey and part of t te teouthwest e esouthwest
southwest quarter of section 31 township townshipi
i north ran range e 1 east Salt Lake bass and andmeridian andmeridian
meridian described as follows followsS3 followsBeginning
Beginning 15021 feet north and north
S3 degrees ierees 51 minutes east 3500 feet from frontthe j jthfi
the stone street monument at the Inter Intersection latersection ¬
section of State and First streets run runnlng rUflning
nlng thence north 89 degrees 51 minutes mInuteseast i icast
cast 1477 feet thence north 87 degrees i
30 minutes east 873 fe feet t thence north
53 5 degrees 30 minutes east 219 feet th thence thencenon ce cenoith
noith non th 34 degree 15 minutes east 194 feet feotthence feetthence
thence north 15215 feet feetAll feetAll
All protests and objections to the carry carrying carrytrig ¬
trig out of such intention must be prej prejtented pre prerented
tented in writing to the city recorder on onor onor
or before the 6th day of September 16 2604 2604being < H Hbeing
being the time set by said council when whenIt
It will hear and consider such protests protestsstill protestsunit
still objections as may bo made thereto theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the City Council of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated May 23 JOCH i iJ
City Recorder RecorderPaving RecorderPaving
Paving extension No J2 J2Notice 2 2NoUce
City Council of Salt Lake City of the theintention theintention
intention of such council to make the thefollowing thefollowing
following described Improvement towit towitExtending tow1tExtending
Extending and nd laying sewer lateral on onth ontn
th west aide ide of Second West street be between between ¬
tween Second and Third North streets streetsfn
fn Sewer District No 1 and defray the thecost thecost
cost and expense thereof estimated at ateight ateight
eight hundred fiftyeight < S5SOO dollars dollarsor
or one and 30100 130 dollars per front frontor frontor
or linear foot by a local assessment upon uponU1C uponthe
of ground within the thefollowing
the U1C IUIS lots 01 or JHCVTCD pieces Wl wu wufollowing
following described district being belo the dis district disinet ¬
trict to be affected or benefited by said saidimprovement zatdimprovement
improvement namely namelyAll
All of lots 1 6 7 and S block 116 plat platA p1stA5
A A5 Salt Laic City survey surveyAll surreyAll
All protests and objections to the carry carrying carrybig ¬
big but of such intention must be pre presented preranted ¬
ranted In writing to the city recorder recorderon
on or before the 6th th eay of September
1904 being the time set by said CaunCil CaunCilwhen Caunellwhen
when It will hear and consider such pro protests protests
tests and objections as may bo made madethereto madethereto
thereto theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the City Council ot Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated July 26th 1WM 1WMJ 1504S
City Recorder RecorderSewer RecorderSewer
Sewer Extension No 144 1445ALT
E X C H A N G C CCalif I
Calif eniT aad Sutieiit > t < w
It Shin Buying Time When Our OurSummer
Summer Clearance Is Oo
iiIt 1 kinds are65c are65cS
S 1II15OkindsaE4emw1Affi5
1111 25O ad 3 ae165 ae165Hundreds
Hundreds and hundreds of Newest Summer Shirts Madras Percale Oxfords Flan Flannd
nd SiIknd Linen Colors and white The once a year Summer Clearance now on onCome
Come Today and all the Week
LEGAL LEGAIiDelinquent LEGALelinquentList
Delinquent elinquentList elinquentListCOPPER list listCOPPER
Mining company Principal office 323 TV TVNotice B BF
F Walker building1 ait LaUC aty Utah UtahNotice
There are delinauent on the following
described stock on account of assessment assessmentNo
No 2 levied on the 13th day of July 1304 1304the 1904the
the several amounts set opposite the thenames thenames
names of the th respective shareholders as asfellows asfellows
fellowsNo fellows fellowsNo
No of ofCertificate ofCertificate
Certificate Name Shares Amt
3 Hans Ole 200 O J200 200
4 Hans Ole I 200 2W
6 Jesse R 14 Jackson 500 600 500I
7 I Jesse R Jackson 200 00 500
10 George W tV Books 2SO 0 280 250It
11 George W Books 2SO 2SO 2
12 A S Whltworth 331 I 334
13 A S Whltworti 331 334
14 A 8 Whltworth 13K 16W
15 A S WhItworth 16CS 1566
16 Frank L Adam 313 333 333I
17 I Frank L Adams 33S 333
18 Frank L Adams 1667 I 667 16671
19 Frank L Adams 1657 15671
20 RB B 2 Stevenson 1657 1667
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The following are eerttfteates in tW tWcompany thIs thIscompany
company before it w was s reorc reorganized l l ed and andthe andthc
the stock increased The s said i certificates certificatesare
are entitled to an increase of W 10 per cent centIn centIA
In the amended eorporatioff ween paying payingthis pa3Ingthis
this assessment on tho sleek they are areentitled areentitled
entitled to t i as fellows fellowsS
S Alan L Bell 2 2400 2000 2000IT rA
17 Christensen Bros Dan Dancing Dancing ¬
cing Co CoSI 340 340SI
SI W V B Bctott 4 44fl 273
4fl Edward Lee Lee43DAMeeso
43 43DAMeeso D A Meeso QI
45 Samuel Engleman Engleman6S 0411 500 500S
6S J H Murphy 3
73 C CJPence Jv Pence p00 2
74 John H Murphy sco 2
82 Edward Lee i iS4 000 340
S4 M J Belts 2W 2WS 21 210
S 65 James X Phillips III 86
103 J H Mcays 40 4 4Q11 B
110 F M 24 Meays 4 440 409
127 12 L H Benson 4 430 4 4t
134 E M West 2S 250 2S9 2S91S5 2 213i
1S5 J H McMUrrsy 400 4 4440 < X
135 J II McMurray 4 440 0 400 400And 403Arid
And in accordance withlaw with aw and the or order order ¬
der of the board of directors met OB the the13th the13th
13th day of July 1904 so many shares ef efeach ofeach
each parcel of such stock as may b be see HecHcCsSsDFWaVSer seeessary
essary will be soli at the cemaphays of offlee
HcCsSsDFWaVSer flee 322 B F Waljer Building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah on the 39th day ef a August
1904 at 2 o clock P m p to say ay the delta deltnquent deltaquent
quent assessment thereon toaetlier with withcost withcoSt
cost of advertising and cxnewie exgenes of sale saleB saleB
B T 5 LLOYD Secretary SecretaryOffice 5ecretaryOffice
Office 323 D F Walker Bakldfag BakldfagZToticc fluItdtsgNote
city council of Salt Lake City of tha th in intention intentlort ¬
tention of such council to make the tel following tellowing ¬
lowing described lmprOveent imi > rove v8at Jowit JowitConstructlnga luWitConstructing
Constructing a cement sidewalk six feet feetwide feetwide
wide On thehbrth side ldc of North Temple TempleStreet Templeatrcet
Street atrcet bsiJvwr State Utfc and East XTemple XTemplestreets Irenplestreets
streets and qn nn the west side ido Of 0 State Statestreet Statestreet
street betwe between n Nouth Temple anA First EIratNorth FirstNorth
North street In sidewalk districts Nos
19 and 27 and defray the coat and ex
panse thereof estimated at one thousrl thousrltSl
six hundred seventyeec and u
tSl 1 671 67130 dollars or one and SlW < e edoflars i Joj Jojdollars
dollars per front or linear foot by b bCal a i ioal
Cal assessment upon the lots or pieces piecesof pe a aof
of ground within the following d durint durint4tstrfet riKt riKtdistrict
district being the district to be affectei affecteior atfe re I Ior
or benefited by said improvement nam namly narsly <
ly All of lots lot 1 2 6 f 7 and X block biokpint 3 3plat 3 3All
plat A AAll
All protests and obleetlong obj ctk > aa to the cgr cgrrying Cerrying
rying out of suck liuaaUon must be pre presented 9r 9rseated ¬
seated In writing to the city recorder recorderor oi oior
or before the 22nd day ot August 194 194being 1504beIng
being the time set by said Ud eouacil whd whdit
it will hear and consider such protests protestsand protes IS ISand
and objections as may y tea made thereto theretoBy theretLn
By order of iai0 the city council of Salt SaltLake Si SiDated
Lake Ln City Utah UtahDated
Dated June 6th th 1S04 1S04J 1904J
City Recorder Recorder7S PtecorderSidewalk
Sidewalk axtc sl B Na NaDelinquent N 7S 7STHB 7 7Delinquent
Delinquent 2 Not4oa Not4oaT4
THB T4 CRUSADER COM cozcoLIDAr cozcoLIDArMistag OL1DAT a aMining
Mining company of Ttatku Kottc oUce Tree Thera Treeaxs
axs a deUngUeRt delln uetit upon tin followmx followmxdescribod fo1ioncdescribed
described stock on aoootutt of aaw aseeesmv aseeesmvlevied n > i ilevied
levied an Uw 2 tti of June r Li l lUK Ithe
UK s several v ra amoonla net oppoeite u poeitc tn tnnames t < a anames
names of the respective atMUoBolderB s1IS MOIders A Afoijows i a afeijows
foijows foijowsNo
No No NoCert NoCert
Cert Sh Sbrea re Ami
1 D W McAllister 20M 000 3 5 5R >
30 R A Ur lire ltaj 250 250W 2i
21 W R Wmfcwe 08 08V > >
21 V R Walaoft 1 LOIS < XM O O2T 0
2T OT H MeMaJMHi lal lalC 150It
C t H KcMakOM toe lcwlm 2 2II
m Thos H Kofcarta 1W1 14111t > J JH
H t C Auer 2001 2000I o oS
I S C Auer lOW lOWW 1004C
W C Acer l 10W W r 2 i
4 1 C At Auec r 108U sO
36 B Bottom BottomfT 100 100V > >
fT B Botham l ltL40 a aK >
K B Botham 1 l0141 < X XH > >
44 H F FuHrlie 2 oi y yH ° >
4 H F Faflride 1 1050 00 J >
4 46 M F F qilr14 rl4 1 14T 140l 140lIT
4T H F FutlHd lU S Sm
m Wm Mossop i H HVfm ttt i
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10 B S Samuel m i H Nelson i it < j j >
t 10 a nmauel RMial H Nclswi lotW 2o 2 Z Zliamuet
10 JMmuel H Netoen
99 5 W H Ttbbls l 30541 W J le leIi
31 W Hi 14 Ttbbals IJffM 1601 2 > Is
93 W M Ii TiWoate 1 141441 < M 2 > s i iW
10 W H TUte W f 2 28T
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96 W 1 H THiblUs The Thel 1 J
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10 5 5m i
MR A F Shane 1
m A F Sbane l 1003 J f
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MK H IL C Edwanbi 1444 r >
M 100 H C Zdwruds lwnxtto l 1060 1060Ut Jt JtU
U Ut H C SXiwrAi l 1M 1Mlii 4 2
131 H C E4w Ydwards rd lW 2 22 > J
112 H j C Awards Bdwards lflM frJ
118 H C Bdwards wards 1050 bJ l
114 H C Edwards 1 1Sid < W 2 250
1 112 B C Edwards L1111I W i J is
118 H C Edwards l 1303 Q 50
117 H C Edwards lCOi 100 2 2IW
IW H C Edwmrda l 14100 0t 0tIW
IW 1 H C 4 Edwards l 1601 g tS w
172 2 H C gdward l0111 2
12 H C Edwar Edwards 1 2 2m >
m Mrs W E Daw lawOit n WW g p >
1C4 Mrs W B D Daweae wa a 1 110 2 21M Is
1M R A Brown MJg 403 1jO g
157 Jaa James s Anderson WJB U01 1J 15 9
12200 4x 4xord 4 4And
13 130 F Christensen yvn
And in accordance w1th the law s 1 1order
ord order r of the board of director n tinado ad a athe athe
the 24th day of June 19W M many share ahaifaof shareof
of each parcel of saM sa stock ac may b btb be benecessary
necessary will be sold at the of1ne f fthe
tb the company No 23E CommercUl c1 C n nly > abuilding
building Salt Lake 111y ly I7t Uth UthTth h on tn tnth <
Tth th day of August w 1001 f at 1 oclock ocioe p pm t tm
delinquent assessment l lgether tgether < >
m to pay
gether with cost of advcrtisini and ex expense cxponse ¬
pense ot sale saleBRNBST BRNBST WILLIAMS WILLIAMSSecretary WILLIAMSSecretary
Secretary Crusader Consolidated Mining MiningCerapanv MmmdCompany
Company of Tintic TinticSaH TinticSail
Sail Lake City Aug Au 1st MM MMNotice 31WNotice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
the Wood Grocery Produe company companya companyacorporatlon
a corporation organise and existing un under n nder
der th the laws of the state e of < Ltah has haamade hasmade
made its voluntary applicatIon Jn time thaThird timeThird
Third Judicial Judc district of U tha s state oj ojUtah ofUta51
Utah In and for tIe county of Salt Lake LakebaJog La2 La2be5Iag
baJog the county where its prtnapal piaeo piaeoef paeof
ef business is situated for a dtesotuuon dtesotuuonef
ef said corporation and wy obiectlena obiectlenato objectlensto
to said application arc ra reqatredto 3uqulVed to be filed ftle1within filedwithin
within thirty days from tiwjtete tne date of th the thefirst < i ifirst
first publication of this notice towit towitthe towmtthe
the 31st day o of July Mgi MgiSeal 1004 1004SeaL
Seal JOHN JAMBS Clerk ClerkNotice ClerkNotice
Notice NoticeSPECIAL NoticeSPECIAL
ING INGMarthe Martha Washington Mining com comy cornpan ¬
pan Notice 1 IterehY y given t tspecial that thatspecial
special meeting of < rf t the stoektolders stoekbeldarsthe of ofthe
the Martha vtasb4ngton JUa MInIng S f corn cornpany m mpany
pany a Utah coYporatlon will wiL be 8 held n ntde atie
tie 2 34th th day of August A D 19 1004 < M at atoclock tw twoclock >
oclock in the afternoon of said day at atthe atthe
the office of said company comoany 420 D I F FWalker i iniker
Walker niker building Salt Lake City Citytar LU LUtor
tar the following purposes towit
1 For the purpose of considering and andpassing andpassing
passing upon the proposition to eroovo eroovofrom emnvfrom
from the office of director of f said com company Cornpany ¬
pany Alvlras K Snow
2 For the purpose of electing eIecti age e di director director ¬
rector to fill the vacancy tauisod by the thoremoval theremoval
removal of said Alvlraa E Snow AS ASdirector asdirector
director of said corporation corporationSaid rporattonSaid
Said director so elected to how not f ° r the thaterm theterm
term ending on the third Monday ia iaJanuary inJanuary
January 16 16This 19This
This meeting U called br the under undersigned udeisigned ¬
signed stockholders of the Martha Washngton Wash Washington ¬
ington Mining 1ning company who own in incess cx cxes
the stock of ofsaid ofsaid
cess es of onehalf of capital
said company for time reason that daman denutniba 4 4hasrbeen
hasrbeen ba been made by them upon the secrtarv races racestary
tarv of saW company to call said raa meet meetlog t tIng
log and said secretary has failed and andHUDSON andneglected
neglected to make such call callETDSON
a H 11 EDttR1ih oco ocoa

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