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THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904
HERALD SPORTING NEWS
WICHITA RECORD RECORDDECLARED RECORDI
I DECLARED A JAKE JAKEFamous1i59
1 +
Famous1i59 34 Mile of Ores Oresceu Cresceus
ceu ceus Was a Job Jobv JobKETCHUMS
v KETCHUMS SKIRTS SKlRTSCLEARED CLEARED CLEAREDQWNER
4 4QWNEE
QWNER OF STALLION MANAGES MANAGESTO
TO SHIFT IPT BESPONSIBrLITY BESPONSIBrLITYChicago BiESPONSIBILITYChicago
Chicago Dec 8 Georga H Ketohum et hum of
Toledo wa wa found not no glillCy of establish ¬
ing a fraudulent record for his trotting trottingstallion trottingstallion
stallion Crcsceus at the Wichita Kansas Kansastraok Kansastrack
track on October 19 1908 after a hearing hearingof
of tho case before the board pf appeals of ofthe t tthe
the American Trotting association henj heri
tonight The board declared that the evi ¬
dence fell short of sufficiency in estab ¬
lishing criminal participation in the theclaimed theCiaImeI
claimed fraudulent agreement for an llle llleeKimaie lileitImat
eKimaie itImat record so o far ftsfcMr Mr Ketchum Ketchumwas Ketchurnwae
was ronccrftdL ronccrftdLTlie coneerfle coneerfleThe
The story detailed by b Scarier tatter Jordan of ofthe f fth
the th Wichita track win wmc1oeIred declared lo the thobnrd theboird
bnrd that Mr Ketchum had arranged arrangedwith arrangedwith
with him to fik the tim time of Crcsceus so sothat sothat
that tho th worlds mile rcortl would bo bowithout beI
I broken the dechdon deeIare I not noti
without i t hout considerable corroboration in inmatters I Imatters
matters of minor detail We must how howover hOvever
over view the case before UB wholly from fromthe fromthe
the ovfdcncf ftknet we hav that the chief fac factor tactar ¬
tar has lia certainly convicted convlct d himself of 1
falsehood and especially in view of tile tilesweeping theSweeping
sweeping and unequivocal denial of direct director
or Indirect participation made by Mr MrKetchum MrIcetcHum
Ketchum we must determine that the tneevidence theevidence
evidence fails to establish his connection connectionAvlth connectionwith
with the frond and Intrigue lying at t the thefoundation thafoundation
foundation of this attempted record recordCoat recortLCoat
Coat of Whitewash For Ketchum KetchumWhUe KetchumhUe
WhUe hUe freeing Mr Ketchum from the thecharge thecharc
charge the board boa t found the officials of ofthe ofthe
the Southern Kansas Fair association on onwhose Onv1toe
whose track the race ruc was run guilty ot otconnlvante ofconn1yapt
connlvante to establishing a fraudulent fraudulentrecord fraudulentrscord
record and expelled from the American
Trotting a8odfctlon President H Irwin Irwlnand IrwinW
and all the other officials connected with withthe withliii
W the Wichita track nt that time timeThe timeTh
The Th persons expelled by the board be beside beside ¬
side Mr Irwin were S B Amidon Judge JudgeA
A C Jordan Fired Stearnes and H T TEamea T1ame
Eamea all of whom yere found by the
board ft to hare participated In the an announcement annoufleement ¬
nouncement and establishment t of the thefraudulent thefraudulsflt
fraudulent record of the horse Cresc Crescus CrescusThe us usThe
The expulsion of th thO e officials also alsomoan flisomni
moan that the worlds record for trot trotting rot rotting ¬
ting Rtallions of 159 15 claimed to have haveben havebeen
ben made by Creaceus is I not allowed by
the board
boardGross Gross Fraud on Public PublicIn
In the decision on the case the board boardcalling boardsya
sya In part Leayin out of considera consideraiJ
iJ Iloit untirel IC last affidavit made by
Mr Jurdan 1taiiing calling what he now claims claimsto
to b be the truth of the entire transaction transactionno
no far at a least as the statements made madetherein madeItierein
therein affect any person other than hlni hlniory dnisif
sif and relying alone on the contradict contradict01y
ory tntemetfla under oath marlo by
Messrs Amldon Stenrnes Jordan Earned Earnedand Eamesand
and Irwin not only its to the time made madeand madeiuid
and the details ot the performance but butalso butalso
also and particularly as to the manifest manifesteffort manifestfnrt
effort fnrt shown to establish what must Jwive Jwivebeen bavebeen
been known by Messrs Irwin and Amldon Amldonas
as an absolutely irregular and unlawful unlawfulmeeting unlawfulmcetlw
meeting for the record purpose we arc arcforcod areforced
forced to o th unavoidable conclusion that thateach thateach
each of the persons named has within but buta
a littlo murthan a year made absolutely absolutelyirreconcilable absolutetlrreconciialle
irreconcilable and contradictory state statements statements ¬
ments of the essential facts necessary to toestablish toesttblish
establish the regularity of the meeting meotingjind meetingand
and eve evea th the approximate correctness of ofthe ofthe
the time m nade > < Ic From the several affida affidavits affidaviI ¬
vits viI the conclusion is irresistible that not notonly notonly
only was the meeting irregular but the theattempt the3ttmpt
attempt to give lve the horse such a record recordfnl
55 a roafrat1d upon the pnblie a wti wtitill
till violation ofthe rules of the American AmericanTrotting AmericanTroting
Trotting aanociation aanociationCreSceus tisaoclationOreSceus
CreSceus Did Not Make Time TimeAH TimeAll
AH controversy over tlie the regularity of ofthe ofth
the th performance and the corrtctnesa of ofthe ofthe
the time cttilmeti IR forever sot at rest by byMr byM
Mr M r KetchumH authorized statement statementthrough statementthrough
through his attorney today made before beforethe beforethe
the board in which he unequivocally unequivocallystates
states that he is satisfied and Mr MrKetchum MrKetchum
Ketchum is satisfied from the evidence evidencebefore evidencefore
before fore the board that the home Cresc Creaceis Creaceislid Us Uslid
lid not at Wichita Kansas October 19 191g
1908 1g make th mile in iwand 1 and that thathe thathe
he Is not entitled to the credit for the thop theperfofmnce
p perfofmnce rfofmnce of any record arising there therctrom thereIrom
trom that the announcement of such suchtime suchtime
time then and there made was fraudu fraudulently rauduIsutly ¬
lently done and was false that Cresceus Cresceusin
in net entitled to the t11e raoord and Mr MrKetchum MrKetchuin
Ketchum does not want it under the ex existing cxlating ¬
isting circumstances circumstancesVARSITY cIrcumstancesHARVEY
HARVEY HOLMES OFFERS OFFERSVARSITY
VARSITY GAME ON COAST COASTHarvey COASTHarvey
Harvey Holmes formerly coach for the theuniversity theuniversity
university football team and now holding holdinga
a similar position with the Vniversity of ofSouthern ofSouthern
Southern California has offered the U Utpam Uteam
team s trip to the coast on Christmas Christmasday Christmasday
day tom tor504t < t his team That let Holmehas Holme Iolmeahas
has guaranteed the east benchers 900 OO to tocome tocome
come to the coast which however is ishardly s shardly
hardly enough to pay expenses He Is Iswtfll isstill
still in correspondence about the matter matterHia
Hia 111 team agreed to take the U eleven elevent
t to the coast if the Clark road was com compltt cornpiCted
pltt piCted A by the first firstof of the year but as astbtfl asthis
this acorns improbable an effort Is bing bingway hYIngmade
made to take the boys dow there bY the theway
way of San Francisco FranciscoAHATBTTRS FranciaeoAAThVRS
AHATBTTRS WANT COIN COINPastime COINPastime
Pastime Clubs Boxing Stunts End in ina Ina
a Bag Chewing Contest ContestThe ContestThe
The Paatlme Athletic club certainly tied tieda
a tin can on the amateur boxing fastness fastnessin
in this city so far an this club is con concerned conerncd ¬
cerned by glvhsr glv1 the few misguided fight fightfans Lightfans
fans a case of the cold shivers that will wiltlast willlast
last for days Four bouts were adver advertised advertIaI ¬
tised te bo pulled pff and only one took tookplac tookplace
place The other three pairs of fighters fightersfailed fightersfailed
failed to t appear or rather did appear and anddemanded anddemanded
demanded their money before going on onThere onThere
There was a lot of ragchewing and sew several sewrai ¬
eral rai 8pe speeches clie but as the public want to tosc tosee
sc see boxing bOxIn and nd not listen to pug oruWry oruWrythey oratdrythey
they w were re in anything but a a pleasant ploasantframe pleasantframe
frame of mind when told they could not notnave nothave
nave their money hack hackAMEEICAN backArBICANLEAGUE
AMEEICAN ArBICANLEAGUE LEAGUE MEETING MEETINGProposed MEETINGPrp
Proposed Prp scd Agreement as to Drafting DraftingPlayers DrtiftthgPayer
Players Turncd Down DownChicago Downtbkago
Chicago D Dec c S 8If If the action taken at atthg atIh
thg Ih etoMag e4oelntPstofl aeKion of the American Base Basebail Basebail
bail Icajeue meeting her tonight meets meetswith meetswith
with th the > approval of the national baseball baseballo basetsthemmisski
o emmisski mm fusion the ptwer of the minor minorkiigiio minorIeite
kiigiio will 1li b be curtailed t to a grent ex extcnt cxtent
tent The clause In the national agree agrcenent agreeteent
nent which benrfltK minor leagues leaguesraising vy vyrattfhig
raising the prlw of drafted jthtyers i Uyer from fromties fromh
h ties ortmnlzatioBS from ift to il5w il5wmd LUO LUOsnd >
md limiting of the number of players to tol
l > drafted from one club to one man was wasturned wasturnei
turned down by the magnate mnnatesand and Preai Preaident President
dent J JQhwon imson was authorized to set for forthe for11e
the American league ia 1 conjunction with withthe withre
the re National league representative and andhalrman
4 halrman ll tlerinann rmaun of the national com comminaton coatmission
mission to frame a national agreementltmhsat1fl agreement agreementItinlttatlMK
ItinlttatlMK this clause in the agreement igrqmeaLrrdeiit agreementPresdeiit
Presdeiit Johnson will nih leave for Clncn Clncnnat Cinenflat
nat tomorrow where he will meet with withthairms wlthrhairman
rhairman Hermann and go over the mat matter matter ¬
ter la detail detailThe detaiLThe
The foul strike rule came up for dtocus dtocuspion d1seusion
pion agfiin teduy and after a long argu argument argunent ¬
ment It was found that the members of ofthe ofthe
the league stood four and four on the therule therules
rule rules rulesVbat
ruleWhat
What deposition was made of the theWashington theiashingten
Washington club is not known as all the thercagnates theL
L magnates declined to dlaouss the matter matterAttell matterAttell
Attell Gets Decision DecisionSt
St Louis Mo do Dec S SAbe Ab Attoll of ofSan ofSan
San Francisco was given the decision decisionover decisionwee
over Tommy Fohz of Savannah at t the theend theend
end of their theIr1round ISround setto tonight before beforetlie beforethe
the West Entl Ei club The contort was slow slowand slowand
and Attdla narrow margin was due to his hisincilnation hisinclination
inclination to do moat of the leading
Very few blows that had any force behind behindthem bohindthem
them rerc erO Sanded SandedSALT landedi landedSALT
i
SALT LAKE LAK TURF TUfirEXCHANGEE TURFEXCHAE
EXCHANGEE EXCHANGEEm
m 2MIN 2MINCalifornia MAIN MAINCalifornia
California and Eastern races Di Direct Dlrect ¬
rect wires on olt a31port a31port1n sport sportInsr
Insr 1n events
J S St
t
MORE DOPE ON LEAGUE LEAGUERumors LEAGUERumors
Rumors That Lucas Is After AfterPortland AfterPortland
Portland For Next Years YearsCircuit YearsCircuit
Circuit CircuitIt
It t Is Just possible that there may bo bosomething beCTflothIr
something CTflothIr doing in the Pacific northwest northwestthis nortbwesthL
this thL season in n baseball that will be hoInterest Of Ofinterest
interest to Fait ait Lake fans Rumors are ra rawill I Iconstantly
constantly living about to the bffect that thatthc
thc nOrthwct towns will again be L LJJ in a aleague
league with Sat Lake and JJ Butte Tf Tfis Ilere IlereIs
is a story t tiam taken front the Portland Tele Telezam
iam which gives news for thought thoughtStrange 1 1Strange
Strange rumors of the organization of ofan ofRn
an outlaw league in the Pacific north northwest northvast ¬
west are reaching the ears of Portland Portlandtans Portlandtans
tans these days Ir Is n story that In Involves Inwolves ¬
wolves the names of W H Lucas presi president presient ¬
dent ent of the Pacific National league D DE DE
E Dugdnle exmanager of the Browns j jJohn 1 1John
John McCloskey the organizer of many manya
a tibll club and last but not notleast least Louis LouisCastro LouisCastro
Castro CastroFrom I IFrom
From all that can be learned Louis LouisCastro j
Castro has been expecting expCctln u visit from fromPresident j
President Lucas and while he has not notsaid notsaid
said so to the writer Castro has inti intimated Intimated ¬
mated to acquaintances that he expected expectedto
to be appointed manager of the Portland Portlandclub Portlandclub
club should such a league be formed formedSo
So far as IB known no nof one has met Mr 2drLucas MrLucas
Lucas or heard of him although a thor thorough thorouh ¬
ough search ot the city hotels revealed revealedthe revealedhe
the he fact that a W V H Lucas who failed failedto
to give his residence registered at the thePerkins thePerkins
Perkins hotel Saturday night was as assigned asmgned ¬
signed to a room and after remaining remainingthat remainingthat
that night left Portland the next morn morning mornlztg ¬
ing ingCastro
Castro himself Is chary of particulars particularsHe
He docs not care lo talk at the present presentlme presentL
lme L me I received a letter from John J JMeCloskey JMcCloskey
MeCloskey the other day said the for former forncr ¬
ncr Portland player Jn which he told toldmo toldme
mo not to sign i iwoufd until I saw some one who whowourd
woufd be In Portland Porilandthls this week He did didnet didpt
net say who thais person would be but I Iinferred Ilnfrrj
inferred that It was Lucas and I am amkcklmr amlcklnr
kcklmr for forhim him at any time McCloskcy McCloskcyaso
aso told me thatxDugdalo would have havethe havethe
the management of the Spokane club elubThen clubThea
Then I received a telephbne message the theother theother
other day asking where Lucas could find findwe findme
we if he desired to That is all I know knowabout knowabout
about It I have not seen Mr Lucas Lucasyet as asyet
yet yetYes
Yes I suppose if a league were formed formedhere formedhere
here It would be an outlaw league It Itcould Itcould
could hardly be anything else I dont dontknow don t tknow
know of course that is what they arc arcintending arcIntending
intending to do but have surmised It Itfrom itfrom
from what has been going on onIn onlet
In justice to Messrs Lucas Dugdale Dugdaleand Dugdaleand
and McCloskeyv who arc not In Portland Portlandandtherefore Portlandandthorefore
andtherefore cannot affirm or deny sueh suehrmors authrrios
rmors it should be stated that they have havealways harealways
always opposed outlaw methods and even evenshould evenshould
should it seem a good business proposi proposition propoeltio ¬
tion tio it Is doubtful if they would have haveanything haveabything
anything to do with such an organization organizationAside organizationAside
Aside from that it la difficult to see how howtu howtniy
tu tniy > y would make things stick in Seattle Seattleand Seattleand
and Portland The story savors of the theImprobable theimprobable
Improbable although such things have havebxen havebeen
been known to occur occurCOACH occurCOACH
COACH MADDOCK STARTS STARTSCLASS STARTSCLASS
CLASS IN GYM WORK WORKDespite WORKDespite
Despite the cold spell of weather the theUniversity theUniversIty
University cros country runners take taketheir taketheir
their dally run The squad has increased increasedAnd inereUsedtnd
And tnd DOW between forty and fifty men go goever goever
ever the course every night nightLast nightLast
Last nleht the best run so far was wasmade wasmade
made The entire course of four and one onelialf onebal
lialf bal miles was covered in twentyeight twentyeightminutes twentyeightminutes
minutes Several of the sprint men are aregcing areicing
gcing icing over the course along with the thelongdistance thelongdistance
longdistance runners runnersboth runharsThe
The field men arc also at work and
both indoor and outdoor wok Is being
done on the weights Several Ser l new men menare menare
are out for fo honors Jn these events but butnone butnone
none of the material promises to be better betterthan bettpxthan
than Bennion and Carlson CarlsonRegular CarisonRegular
Regular gym work has begun at the theuniversity theueiverslty
university and the first class was hold holdest heldestrdny
> est estrdny rday Coach Maddock being phy physical physical ¬
sical director has full charge of all allgym allgym
gym work The course in physical cul culture CUIlure ¬
lure Is compulsory with all prep stu stucunts attttints
tints and so o the work is carried on In ina inastrict a astrict
strict manner The girls also take reeu reeuVARSITY regu regu4r
4r work under the dIrctlon of Professor
Babcock BabcockVARSITY
VARSITY STUDENTS TAKE TAKEUP TAKEUP
UP INDOOR BASEBALL BASEBALLIndoor
Indoor baseball is now ail the rage at atthe atthe
the university and several teams are out outfor
for the school championship The sopho sophonore sopilonore
nore team met yesterday and elected
Milton Lclbman as captain The sophs
have been be n practicing for some time and andare andare
are now In readiness to play any team
that Is contending for school honors
Beside the sophomores the freshmen
juniors and pn preparntAy > parat y classes have
tenjns in the field The preps also met metyesterday metyesterday
yesterday and selected L B Pickering as ascaptain ascaptain
captain The juniors have a team out
toe practice every night but have not yet yeteffected yeteffected
effected organization organizationJOCKEY organizationJOCKEYBOYD
JOCKEY JOCKEYBOYD BOYD FALLS FALLSHElRTOf200000 FALLSHEIR
HElRTOf200000 HElRTOf200000San HEIR TO 200000 200000San
San Francisco Dec S STIte The relatives of
J L Boyd a IGyearoId jockey whoso whosovbereabouts whosevboreabouts
vbereabouts is unknown state that ho hoIP hoIs
IP the sole heir to an estate of 2Q0000 2Q > 000
left him by his grandmother Mrs J L
Boyd of Bowling Green Ky He ia said saidto saidto
to be somewhere on the Pacific coast coastwith coastwith
with hi his mother He rode m the races at
Seattle last summer and made a contract
to ride here for W L Hazlip thl this year
but this contract was cancelled and the
boy has not since been heard from fromFISHER fromFISHER
FISHER BEATS MORLEY MORLEYIN MORLEYINHISHOME
IN HISHOME TOWN TOWNLoa TOWNlAs
Loa lAs Ancelei Dec S STaeoma Tacoma took the
first of the series of games In this city
by the score of 7 T to 2 Overalls pitching pitchingRa
Ra the chief feature the Angels being
arable to lift when men were on bases
Gray was hit rather freely and besides besidesmade besideswade
made a costly error In the first inning inningxvhloh
xvhloh hioh resulted in two rune Attendance
2500 Scoffer
K H HE E
Los Angeles AngelesTacoma
Tacoma 7 10 2
BattriasCray and Spies Overall and andfGrnham
fGrnham fGrnhamUmpire Graham GrahamUmp1foMeDoaaId
Umpire Ump1foMeDoaaId Ump1foMeDoaaIdRESULTS McDoaaia McDoaaiaHESULTS
RESULTS AT OAKLAND OAKLANDBad
Bad Day Par Favorites Only Two TwoGetting TwoGetting
Getting Home HomeSan HomeSan
San Francisco Dec S SFavorites I ivorltes did didtot didhot
tot faro well at Oakland today only one onegetting onegetting
getting home In front One of the upsets upsetsocewrred upsetsoceurred
ocewrred in the six n furlong n ng event for forwhich forwhich
which Claude wag a heavily played first firstchoice firstchoice
choice The well aunpurted Mlsty Pride Pridefiom Pridegot
got off flying and lending all the way way1ated
1ated long enough to win by a henti hentifom
fiom Claude Indin nnlhed third SI SIilcnt SieDt
ilcnt eDt Water the odd odda on chalec for the thefilth thefifth
filth race had a narrow escape from de deft tief ¬
ft f at Although first choices were beaten beatensome beatensame
some of the twontyone bookmakers in
line quit lager Summary
First race futurity course fleHfng sellingJo sellingJorusha Ja Jariifiha
riifiha won Lily Golfllng sceond Lady
Goodrich third Time Timo1J lfc
Second race mile and itt yards selling
1rof rofltaljle liable won Scotsman second socofldaughn
Vaughn third Timo T1nie14 T1nie14Third IMSVfe
Third race rae futurity course selling
Alone won Mogrogor second Horthus Horthusthird Herthustlird
third TlmeltTJi TlmeltTJiFourth
Fourth nicr six furlongs jmfneMJbtys
Pride won Claud second Iridlus third
Time rim11a rim11a111th 11314 11314Hfth
Hfth race five and a half furlong furlongssellIngSIlent
aclllng sellIngSIlent Silent Water won The Lletiton Lletitonant LieutonLtnt
ant second Maxtr Maxtrss ss third Time TirneitOs is
Sixth race one mile and fifty yartisr yartisrselling yard yardsellingBadly
sellingBadly selling Badly Used won Meistershigcr Meistershigcrsecond Melsterslngcrsecond
second Homage third Time Nmo14 Nmo14ACCIDENT 145 145ACCIDENT
ACCIDENT AT IDAHO PALLS PALLSSpecial PALLSSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldIdaho HeraldIdaho
Idaho Falls Ida Dec S H Gregory Gregorywhile GregoryWhile
while throwing hay to his homes homesThursday
I Thursday afternoon fej front a stJick stJickof tiickof
of hayand hiaV and struck a t x c4 boardcc boardccoeivlnff board re reeelvi
oeivlnff eelvi g a ffaU on thi thrIght right feiflc iae of the theface theface
face anda and a deopaashav deep th oxur r the rl right rightye bt bteye
eye ye WWeri hftARflped irahlIjjp d from The hay hayctnck
I tack he tbrdAv a pitchfork Into fnto4bd fnto4bdgir thd thdair
air aB aturthe rthefwknt folclt ntytfiostf tIoict tu ttjson MS MSson
son who was watresent present during urlng th the < ac accident aceident ¬
cident Mr Gregory was Immediately Immediatelytaken Immediatelytaken
taken io his iiOrnSj where here J6 rQcgjlVed rQcgjlVedproper rqOlV4proper
proper treatiftfen treatrnjint 4 b i >
i 2 2John JTjiiTi 8 > 1 i M MJohn
John ForriflglCitrs SlSblCi Uib1e thr1hE thr1hEsty1lh Gftrriafea Gftrriafeastylish
stylish light i livery IlV i and boaMuig bttith bttithPhota
Thona 273
BACK IN THE SADDLE SADDLEHildcfarand SADDLEHildebrand
Hildcfarand Celebrates Return Returnby Returnby
by Winning Two TwoRaces TwoRaces
Races RacesLos
Los AngelcX Dec S 8Jockey Jockey HHdebranQ HHdebranQresumed Hildebratidresumed
resumed riding at Aecot today for the thefirst thefirst
first time since 1flei his had fail au on Hach Hachmeister Hachmoister
moister last Week JJe pIoted two mounts aioUiitsto
to victory and was second on two others othersThree othersThree
Three favorit s won The best race of ofthe i ithe
the day was the thlrdat thlrdth gev sCen n furlongs furlongsTim furlongSTtm
Tim Payne ruled a rxd hot favorite with withAscetic withAscetic
Ascetic Golden Light and Dolly Welt Welthoff Wethitf
hoff well played Nothing but a perfect perfectride perfectride
ride landed Payne winiw by oy a head from fromGolden frontGolden
Golden Light after a long strength atrug atrugRC strugRc
RC between the two Weithoff was third thirdWeather thirdWeather
Weather clear track good Summary SummaryFirst SummaryFirst
First race selling five furlongs furlongsSportsman furlongsSportsman
Sportsman won Light of Day second secondUseful secondUseful
Useful Lady third Time TimeLit TimeLitScgond 102 102Second
Second race selling tlve and a half halffurfongs halffiongsMIss
furfongs fiongsMIss Miss Provo won Firmfoot sec second seeond ¬
ond Chief Aloha third TInic Tini10S Tini10SThird 08fe 08feThird
Third race seven furlongs rurhoiisTtu Thn Payne Payneifin Paynevon
ifin von nnldnn Golden T Light rVi 5acopd etnirrinfl TnK Doily Weithoff Weithofftbjrl Volthnff Volthnffthird
third Tim TIme12i TIme12iFourth l2T4 l2T4Fourth
Fourth race setting mile and seventy seventyrad sevont sevontardsJingler
ardsJingler won Mamnton eocond An Anmd
rad third Time Time11 Time11Fifth 14 14Fifth
Fifth race selling Slauson course courseEL courseELOtres Ei EiOtres
Otres won Doctor C second Tyrolean Tyroleanthird Tyreleanthird
third Tim Tijne13O Tijne13OSixth l3W4 l3W4yards
Sixth rtce sehllng mile and seventy seventyyardsLanark
yards yardsLanark Lanark won Mr Robinson second second1hyz secondhyz
1hyz hyz third Time Tlme1174 Tlme1174OOhNNWS 117 117Office
OOhNNWS OOhNNWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington WashingtonOgden Avs AvsOgden
Ogden Friday Dec 9 9BULLET 9BULLET
BULLET IN THE LEG LEGJesse LEGJesse
Jesse Rockefeller Receives a aFlesh aFlesh
Flesh Wound From Union UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific Yardmaster YardmasterGeorge
George Cunningham general yardmaster yardmasterof
of the Union Pacific yesterday morning morningput morxiingput
put a bullet Into the lg of Jesse Y YRockefeller YRockefeller
Rockefeller after the latter had assaulted assaultedhim assaultedhim
him in the yardmasters office Rocke Rockefeller Rochefeller ¬
feller has been in trouble in Ogden and andwas andwas
was working for the company under the thename thename
name of J K Rees lie was once brought broughtback broughtback
back from California on a serious charge chargebut chargebut
but married the complaining witness and andescaped andescaped
escaped prosecution Ho was also AT ATrested srrented
rested later on a charge of perjury crow crowing growlug ¬
lug out of testimony given in the inter interest interSt ¬
est St of his brother who was being tried triedon triedn
on n a criminal charge He escaped pun punishment punDhment ¬
ishment and went to work for the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific as switchman but applied under underthe underthe
the other name Hewas lie v as discharged a ashort ashort
short time ago for leaving his engine enginewithout enginewithout
without authority and since then has hasbeen hasbeen
been persistently demanding of Cunning ¬
ham his service card Owing to his work working working ¬
ing under a name other than his own ownthere ownthere
there was some delay and ntY this he attrib attributed nttributed ¬
uted to Cunningham Several times dur during durfag ¬
fag the past week he has demanded tho thocard thocard
card and was not satisfied wIth the yard yardmasters yardmttstes
masters statement that it would come comethrough comethrough
through the superintendent office In Instead instead ¬
stead of through the yardmasters office officeRockefeller officeRockefeller
Rockefeller on one occasion pulled off his hiscoat hiscoat
coat and wanted to fight Cunningham Cunninghamon
on the street but the yardmaster left lefthim lefthim
him Yesterday the discharged employe employewent employeWent
went to the yardmasters office appar apparently apparently ¬
ently looking for trouble He made a per peremptory peremptory
emptory demand for his clearance pa papers pajers ¬
pers and Cunningham jumped up to put puthim
him out of the office The two men menclinched menclinched
clinched and fell Rockefeller Ro keteller k being on ontop ontop
top Cunningham freed himself and got gotever gotcver
ever by his desk Rockefeller was then thenturning thenturning
turning his attention to Clarence Heath Heatha
a clerk in the office who bad come to tothe tothe
the assistance of Cunningham but as ths thsUtter thsIt
Utter It tter reached his desk the trouble seeker seekerturned seekerturned
turned again In a threatening manner mannerCunningham mannerCunningham
Cunningham then pulled a gun from his hisdesk hisdesk
desk and shot Rockefeller through the thefeshy thefeshy
feshy part of the th log The wound is not notserious notserious
serious Rockefeller left after receiving
the bullet
Stein Company Companyshut Shut Out OutJudge OutJudge
Judge Rolapp yesterday rendered his hisDecision hisdecision
Decision in the case of the PIngree Na National National ¬
tional bank against Rudolph Stein by sus sustaining sustaming ¬
taming the objectiorf of the plaintiff to tothe tothe
the intervention of the Stein Mercantile Mercantilerttnnft Mercantilecompany
company rttnnft n v nrhrH which Moltvuwl claImed tr to K be the V r ri owner
01 i the goods which wsre attached The Thejudge Thejudge
judge held that the iJntervenors could
have no legal standing In this case but butJt butt
Jt t their rights had been jeopardised they theyname theyname
name was the last In the box and the thenew thenew
new action A similar decision was ron rendered rondered ¬
dered in the thee case of Frazzlni Bros Brosagainst Bro5against
against Stein
Ogden Briefs BriefsLorin BriefsLorin
Lorin Farr and hie hi granddaughter Miss MissClara MissClara
Clara Farr returned yont yoterday rday morning morningafter morningafter
after a months abaenco visiting In Old OldMexico OldMexico
Mexico and California CaliforniaIn
In the district court yesterday the case caseor
or the Schlitz Brewing rewlng company against againstM
M L Jones was called and a jury of ofseven ofseven
seven men was secured The seventh seventhanmo seventhname
name was the last in the box and the therttorneys theattorneys
attorneys consented to proceeding with without without ¬
out the eighth man The case will be beA beresumed
resumed tIlls morning bcforo Judge Ho Holapp
lapp lappA
A marriage licence hlcca was issued yesterday yesterdayto
to Noise AW W Johnson aged tg l > L 1 and MIsh MtafcMary MIshlr1
Mary lr1 Johnson aged 27 both or o Salt Lake LakeCity LalbE
City CityE
E H Jones of Kelton is in Ogden OzdcnJudg OgdenJudge
Judge Howell and J H Knauss went to toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake City yesterday aft afttond aftejnbon to at attend
tend the Elks convention conventionR
R C Welch has been arrested by the thepolice tlepolice
police on the charge of entering the hut huti hutof
of a Chinaman naint Chancy Sing aiM aiMstealing
stealing his watch svlilchhe pawned He V Vivi1l
i YIH be charged with houscbrcakbift houscbrcakbifti housebrcnkngTonight
i Tonight H6artseasfc will be played at attlie atthe
the Grand opera house The advance sale salewas salewas
was very good goodThe goodTho
The remains of Mrs Albert Scowcroft Scowcrofttuny Scowcroftthey
they bo viewed nt bar late home 472 472I 472wentysetenti
I Twentytwventji wentysetenti street Srtttirday from 1 to toC j
C p m nnd Sunday fronv fron 9 to 12 u in inAYHilam inWilliam
William Newell the d depot pot policeman policemanwho J
who dropped a tea kettle W Wednesday Wednesdaygfrtting
lUglit receiving quite SCvcre ecalds is isgetting
getting along nicolj nicoljELECTION V
ELECTION OFFICIALS OFFICIALSBOUND OFFICIALSBOUND
BOUND OVER IN COURT COURTDenver COURTDenver
Denver Deo s SLhltcd United States Com ComI
I I missioner A B Capron today bound boundover boufldover
over to the grand jury Max and WH WitlIarn WHllanu
llanu gfaliradRky brndsky two of the persons personseharccoi personsehargcd
eharccoi with conspiracy to prevent preventjtloiL preventpeople
people orn votifl at th recent dee deettOlL
jtloiL ttOlL Sadie ° at1I Plessner Max Slsslck and andthough andSnmuo
Snmuo latkin were diseliztrged a athough
though Commissioner Ca Cafron ron in ren rendertng rendering
dertng his decision said saldtThe i iThe
The conduct of the latter was rep reprehensifole reprehenafltle
rehensifole and they could he punished punishedfor
for misconduct at an election but the theevidence theevidinee
evidence does not justify holding them themon
on the charge of conspiracy It does j jnot
t not appear that they said or did any i ithing
t thing to prevent the people from rot votins roting
ins insAH
AH of the defendants were election electionofficials electionofficials
officials The two Schradskys acted as asconstables asconStables
constables and the testimony offered offeredby offeredby
by the attorneys for the Republicans Republicansshowed Republicansshowed
showed that they ran thp polling place placeto
to suit thcmselvis thcmselvisTRAIL thenmeivisLtis
TRAIL IS COLD COLDf
f JQlJs jngolas GaU Cal Jt Dc cS 8There There are areno areDo11ew
no Do11ew ieH develoiunentsJn the cape of the theellFargo theWellFargo
ellFargo express1 robbery apl the thekilling thekilling
killing of MessongVr Messengi tlobefts nt Bag Bagjgett Baggett
jgett gett Dec B ThrejesuSr Three urreets cts FtzpfttT FtzpfttTrick PItzpatrich
rick William Wilhi m ana Wcfe lire stUl be befof beligioidapd
ligioidapd ppseaftmQ searching the thecountry
country In the rjcinIty sot Dnggjvi
thit ilbpe f nthIink th i cdsp1 or orbf
fof bf unearthing additional cities fwhlch fwhlchmay 1vrhleiZany
may futfifiier fuetrier connect those already un under unher ¬
her arrest xvlth v1thtber1rn6 th > afltrt6 V
I STATE STATECOUNCIL mm mmCOUNCIL
COUNCIL ZNi SESSION SESSIONReceive SESIONReceive
Receive Hepprts of the Various VariousHeads VariousBeadz
Heads of Departments DepartmentsPark
Park City Dec 8 STlid The Park City coun council Cl1cli ¬
cil met last evening In regular session at atthe atthe
the council chamber ana iranflJufled the thebusiness ttlqbusiness
business of the month The roll tail < ail re revealed recoaled ¬
coaled the fact act thatall that nit were present at atthe Stthe
the beginning of the session illnutos Iiflute8 of ofthe Utthe
the previous meeting was read anti nd ay ayproved sipproved
proved after which the regular order orcr of ofBusiness ofbusiness
Business was taken up
Sills aganst the city showed that the theexfHBise theetpQpSe
exfHBise of running the city for Or the past pastmonth puttmonth
month was divide dIv1deamong amons the following
heads City officers Kl police depart department departmeat ¬
meat GT9rcO sexton scavenger etc etcWJ50 etcl9zo
WJ50 streets alleys and bridges Kjllxo Kjllxomfscettantous 1be 1bemIscellaneous
mIscellaneous 6S634 Total 23iLW 23iLWUnder 31U 31UUnder
Under the head of reports of city of officcrg offIccr
ficcrg fIccr the street commissioner reported reportedthat reportedthat
that during the past month tharc had hadbeen lintbeen
been a great amount of work done in inpreparation inpreparation
preparation for winter Mr MeDonough MeDonoughstaled MeDonoughstated
staled that there had been SIS feet o ofluau of offiuue
fluau built ninety feet of crossing con constructed conSt11Ctd ¬
structed beside a large amount of repair repairwork repairvork
work which he enumerated briefly brieflyilr brieflyMr
ilr MeDonough made areport aa to the thepoll thepoll
poll tax of the city for the year which whichshowed whlchshowed
showed that a good dealvof work had been beendone beendone
done on that fine Total poll taxes for for1E01 for1tOIeceLved
1E01 1tOIeceLved received In cash iS2 S total uoll > oil taxes taxesfor taxesfor
for 1001 received in labor 4fl Total
1023 1023The 1023The
The treasurer reported that he citys citysfinances citysfinances
finances were In fair shape and sub submitted submitted ¬
mitted the following report reportBalance reportBalance
Balance on hand Nov j JSOSOJSP re received recehed ¬
ceived from licenses collected lGli5Q re received recclved ¬
ceived from police court 5147 received receivedfrom receivedfrom
from city scxtlon cTO 70 received from poll polltax polltax
tax J6 6 received from sealer of weights weightsS575 weightsTh
S575 Th Total 315135 Warrants paid In InNovember n nNovember
November S22627Lr 2G271 Balance on hand hanttDec handDec
Dec I y78S6t y78S6tThu 27556 27556The
The report of the city recorder agreed agreedwith agreedwith
with the foregoing report only teat the therecorders therecorders
recorders report showed outstanding war warrants tiXrants ¬
rants amounting to I2US20 I2US20The 244S2O 244S2OThe
The city sextons report vas somewhat somewhatof
of a surprise to the thecouncil council as it showed showedthe showedthegroatest
the thegroatest greatest amount of deaths tOt a long longtime longtime
time In any one month There was twelve twelvedeaths twelvedeaths
deaths nine adults and three children childrenThe childrenThe
The sextion reported as having coHQCted coHQCtedand CofltCtCdand
and turned over to the treasurer 570 570The SiUThe
The city justice reported fiftjvfivc ar arrests arreCta ¬
rests during the month with fines col colleeted SOt SOtlooted
looted amounting to 5473 and committ committments cornrnlttmeats ¬
meats amounting to 55 With therium theriumbor the num numher
her of arrests the report of the city citymarshalagreed cItYmarihal
marshalagreed marshalagreedUnder marihal agreed V
Under tho head of petitions Ball and andPeery ai4idPecry
Peery wanted a rebate of 5100 1OO upon an anunused anunused
unused liquor license but the ule of the thecouncil thecoupcit
council has been to allow onlv nlv 50 upon uponrebates uponrebates
rebates and accordingly this amount was wasallowed wasallowed
allowed the petitioners petitionersFive petitIonersFive
Five applications were made with bond bondaccompanying bondaccompanying
accompanying for permits to sell liquor liquorwhioh liquorcihkth
whioh were granted Hinder this head the themayor themayor
mayor brought up the subject of D A ACrawford ACrawford
Crawford who had been injured by fall fallIng faillag
lag last winter and injuring himself on ona ona
a sidewalk of the city on Ontario ridge ridgeMr ridgeMr
Mr Crawford wanted the city to com compensate centpensate ¬
pensate him a little as a at the place placewhere plicowhere
where he fell the banister on the walk walkwas walkwas
was broken After some talk tne council councilI coupeillecided
I decided that the question was one on onwhich onwhich
which they could do nothing
As chairman of the committee on onstreets onstreets
streets alleys and bridges Mr Johnson Johnsonreported Johnsonreported
reported that the property of Thomas ThomasStringer ThomasStringer
Stringer was being ruined by thewaters thewatersand
and waste generally from the Cavanaugh Cavanaughhouses Cavanaugithouses
houses on the upper street and asked that thatthe thatthe
the council take the matter up Marshal MarshalMeDonough MarshalMcDonough
MeDonough stated on the subject that thatbe thatbe
be too had been spoken to on the matter matterand matterand
and that upon investigation he found foundthat foundthat
that Mr Cavanaugh the owner of the thehouses thehouses
houses on the upper street had expressed expresseda
a willingness to put in a drain if Mr MrStringer MrStiiner
Stringer would allow It to go over his hisproperty hi hiproperty
property This Mr Stringer refuses to todo todo
do The council thought that In view of ofthe ofthe
the fact that if the drain were put in it itwould Itwould
would only benefit those houses antI anilwould antIwould
would be b a very great expense to the city cityit
it was concluded to try and set If the thedrain thedraiii
drain could not bo put over the Stringer Stringerproperty Stringerproperty
property propertyThe propertyThe
The Hans P Christensph mattsr which whichscemod whichseemed
seemed to promise a suit for the city is isnow isnow
now amicably settled ahfi the Chrisf Christep Christepson p pson
son house is being moved and in a few fewdays fewdays
days at the longest thostrcet which was wasblocked wisbiocke
blocked by the house will be jpen > and andeverything nd ndcverytbIng
everything settled H ii9or
For some time past the city flumes hnvo hnvobeen hltiebeen
been flushedwith flushed with the overflow water waterot waterotthe ot otthe
the duty reservoirs but now it seems that thatthe
the Ontario company are about to take takethis takethis
this extra water Marshal MeDonough MeDonoughwanted MeDonoughivanted
wanted instructions as to this but after aftersome aftersome
some little discussion the matter went rcentover wentovc
over overClosing ovc
ovcClosing Closing the vaudeville theatres on Sun Sundav Sunday
day was the next subject discussed There Thereis
is an ordinance against it but the coun council eotncii ¬
cil concluded that to close such houses houseswould houseswould
would rather tend to do damage than to todo todo
do good and so the marshal was in instructed Instructed ¬
structed to keep an eye on the class or orshows Ofshows
shows which were being put rn > n at these theseplay theseplay
play houses and to allow them to run runThe runThe
The visual Question of the quantity of
wjitcr for fire purposes came ip and was wasdtgposed
disposed of in the usual way wayThe wayThe
The curfew law is not being ot otserved otservedwith served servedwith
with the strictness which some of the thecouncllmen ttecouncilmen
councilmen would like to have It A Uis Uisousslon disousslon
ousslon on this point also came up and andoccupied andoccupied
occupied the time ofthe of the council for a afew afew
few moments momentsNothing momentsNothing
Nothing further of importance coming comingup
up the council adjourned to meet again againon
on the 21st instant instantPURCHASE InstantPURCHASE
PURCHASE TOLL ROAD ROAJXBlacksmith ROADBlacksmith
Blacksmith Fork Canyon Road to Be BeMade BeV
V Made Public Highway HighwayLogen BighwayLogen
Logen Dec G 6The The county commis commissioners commissioners ¬
sioners at their meeting tdday purchased purchasedfro
fro mthe Hyrum Coop the Blacksmith BlacksmithFork BlacksmithFork
Fork canyon toll road and it will here hereafter hereafter ¬
after be a county highway Through ThroughBlacksmith ThroughBlacksmith
Blacksmith Fork canyon lies one of the theprincipal theprincipal
principal routes between here and Bear Bearhake Bearhake
hake valley but ever since it was built builtIt
It has been a toll road roadA
A year or ao ago people to i the south southond southend
end of tim valley petitioned The commis commissioners cmmisloners ¬
sioners to purchase the road and thus thuswipe thuswipe
wipe out completely the toll road aye system ayetent ¬
tem of early Cache The Hyrum Coop Coopvhich Coopvhicli
vhich controlled the road nsltPd too high higha
a price however and the matter was wasdropped wasdropped
dropped until today when Manager ManagerWright ManagerWright
Wright of the Coop offered to sell the theroad theroad
road for 37W 750 He was offered 509 O9 and andfinally andfIially
finally took it itgtato ittato
gtato tato Treasurer Dixon today filed suit suitiii suitiIV
iii iIV the district court against Cache county countyto
to I recover 185 which he alleges was il illegally Ailegally ¬
legally paid as f ICes cs to witnesses in the thoMajors theMajors
Majors case the said witnesses being beingstate beingstate
state or city officers at the time of tea testifying teatfying ¬
tifying tifyingCANAL tfyingCANAL
CANAL ABOUT COMPLETED COMPLETEDFortyThree COMPLETEDPortsThiee
FortyThree Miles Long and Will Ir Irrigate Irrigate ¬
rigate 27000 Acres cf Land LandLogan Landogan
Logan ogan Doc 7 7The The officiate of the theest theeat
est Cache Canal company announce the thepractical thepractical
practical completion of Its canal which whichwas whichwas
was on one of the biggest irrigation pro projects proSects ¬
Sects of the state Most 1Ost of the men em employed employed ¬
ployed on the big ditch hate been pattI pattIoff p poff
off and the mat contract will have b bfinished been beenfInished <
finished on Saturday What is more s tmt tmtlafsletor t tifcfnctory
ifcfnctory financial arrattgwnents have havebeen havebeen
been made and the company Is now upon upona
a safe basis in that respect respectThe respectrue
The West Cache canal as Us name Im Implies unplies ¬
plies waters the X tteat eat side of Cache val valley valIcy
Icy It is fortythroit miles long eight eightand eightand
and ohehalf feet wjde on the bottom bottomand bottothand
and six feet deep It will carry approxj approxjirately aiproclirately
irately 2GO second feet of water whioli whiolila
la estimated will irrigate 27000 acres of ofland oflvnd
land landThere lvndThere
There are 15000 acres now under the thecanal thecanaL
canal and by continuing the ditch ditchthrough ditchthrough
through the hills to Mnlad valley 12000 12000acres 12OOtirres
acres more can he reclaimed This I2COO I2COOUcl 12OO1ttac
Ucl ttac is described as tnc tneflheet finogt land that thatever thatever
ever lay out doors and the nvners are arewilling arenIillng
willing to givcTialf of it In order to get getwater geteater
water for the other half which Is con considerable eonsiderable ¬
siderable of an Inducement to the West WestCache WestCucho
Cache people The West Cache canal Is Istakon iStakon
takon out in Idaho about five miles north northof northof
of Preston and runs down t td Newton XewtonTtab NewtonUtah
Utah Its approximate cost Is 223000 223000and 22iO 22iOand
and it was built entirely by the farmers farmersowning farmersowning
owning land under it itSUGAR ItSUGAR
SUGAR FACTORY FOB SANPETE SANPETEProvided SANPE SANPEProvided
Provided the Farmers Encourage the theProject theProject
Project by Guaranteeing Acreage AcreageRichfield AcreageRlchrleld
Richfield Dec K ZTameg James M Bolilho of ofthis ofthis
this city wafc wa called to Salt Lake Sunday Sundayreturning Sundareturning
returning yestonlay y ° storday to confer With J 1 H HLocker HLooker
Locker the general tepresentatlvf of the theContinental theCOfltlfltfltIl
Continental insurance company foe this thisstate thisState
state hi regard to a pucar ucar beet factory factoryto
to be located In this Keotion of the coun country country ¬
try Mr Locker IB taking a great deal tlealo
o Oi interest in the proposed factory as he heIs heis
Is th the one who has obtained CHjital to totoko totake
take hold of the project projectMr projectMr
Mr Bolitho says the party who was to toback luluiclc
back the enterprise has a sugar factory factoryatFort factoryat
atFort at Fort Collins Coloj Cole one afcpJluchfoot afcpJluchfootjUSa nt1BiacltfootJtia
jUSa and is bjsildlpf hiuilding onQ oat afl aft lUlnss iillirtgiiIQIl lUlnssthfs
IQIl tiflil if they ctn get the acreage in inills
ills and Sanpeto county countythcy they 3tHjniU4 3tHjniU4r wlJ jMLtlI jMLtlIrc
r ni rc here
Jt was decided at atthls this conference Jn Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake tocali a masss meeting of the beet beetgrowers beetgrowers
growers of this and Sanpete county as assoon assoon
soon as a possible This tOH toiiowIng < jwing dates datesbavc 1 1haver
haver been ofct Monday Dec 12 at Rich Rlchfleid
field at1 IT oclock in tfiS ti court house
aiahtl Tucfeday Doio 13 1 and Mu Peas Peasant Ptcasalit =
ant Wednesday De D + e 11 At these thesenieet thesenieetlags meet meetings ¬
lags committees will be appointed to can canvss dan danvassamong
vassamong vss among the farmers of the ttvo coun counties counties ¬
ties for the purpose of seeing what acre acreage acreage
age can bo guaranteed tin promoter promotersThe j
The promoters will insist on at least JUKX JUKXo 8Oacres
acres and if they can rerure this acreage acreageo
o which there is no doubt will build a afactory aftctory
factory that will cost at least 750000 and andiirgor
larger if the acreage exceeds 6C 6Oi acres acresTho acresThe
The proposed factory is to be built at
Gunnlsort and the farmers of that place placearo placeare
are Already making groat efforts A site siteo
o forty acres has been offered and the theGunnison
Gunnison Canal company has agreed to
donate all the water necessary for a fac ¬
tory As soon as the canvassing commit I
tees of the two counties is completed
thoro will be a meeting of the two cotta counties cottatier ¬
ties held at Gunnison at which time the theepltalists thecapitalists
capitalists who are promoting the project projoctwill projectiiti
will be present and make definite plans
for the immediate erection of the factory
li 1 is proposed by the promoters to give givei
i the farmers of the two counties a chance chanceto
to take stock in the factory tn any anyj
j amount they may desire desirePABK desireV desirePABK
V PABK CITY SAPPE3STINGS SAPPE3STINGSPark
Park City Dec S SUintah Ulntah lodge F and
A M held their annual election of of ¬
fleets at their hall last evening and the theofficers theofficers
officers for Or the coming year will oe e Frank
Emery worshipful master C A Blocher Blochersenior Biochersenior
senior warden John Kelly Jumon war warden flf
den John Diem secretary F A Me
j Carthy treasurer and F W Sherman Shermanustee Shermantrustee
trustee ustee The Installation will take pi piI place placenext
I next Wednesday evening
People travelling over the country roads roadsof roadsof
of this county at this time report that the thecondition thecont1jtIon
condition of the roads is something bad badThe badThe
The storm earlier In the season resulted resultedin
in the roads being cut up considerably considerablyand
and now after the long spell of good goodweather goodweather
weather thesesuts are filled with dust so sothat sothat
that traffic of the heavy order is almost almostprohibited almostprohibIted
prohibited prohibitedSaturday prohibItedV
V Saturday will be the usual monthly pay payday payday ¬
day at the SilverKlhg DalyJudge and andOntario andQatarlo
Ontario mines minesSpecial mintsSpecial
Special services were held this his morn morning mornlag ¬
lag at the Catholic church In lunar tic nor of ofthe ofthe
the celebration now on in the church gen general gotioral ¬
oral in commemoration of the fiftieth fiftiethanniversary fltttethanniversary
anniversary of the promulgation as an anarticle anarticle
article of faith of the th Immaculate Con Conception Conception ¬
ception of the mother of Christ ChristTwo ChristTwo
Two ore wagons are employed regularly regularlynow
now no In hauling ore from the American AmericanFlag AmericanFlag
Flag mine to the sampler from which whichpoint whichpoint
point it is shipped to Salt Lake LakeMiss LakeMiss
Miss Fannie Mullmll returned to Park ParkCity ParkCity
City this morning after an extended visit visitin visitIn
in the north northDEATH northDEATK
DEATH OF GRANDMA HAGUE HAGUENephi HAGUEephii
Nephi ephii Dec 7 7Elizabeth Elizabeth Hague gen generally genorally ¬
orally known as Grandma Hague Haguepassed Haguepassed
passed away at 6 oclock last evening eveningafter eveningafter
after an illness of several week She Is Isthe isthe
the widow of John Hague WHO preceded precededher precededher
her live years ago Mrs Hague was born bornin bornin
in Yorkshire England In 1822 and came cameto cameto
to Utah in 1853 She stands at the head headof headof
of one of the most prominent families in inNepht inNplii
Nepht and leaves to mourn her loss one oneson oneson
son Alma and five daughters viz Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
George C Whitmorc Mrs J A Hyde HydeMrsJ hydeMis
MrsJ George Hickman Mrs F C Teas Teasdal Teasdm1
dal Mrs E H McCune aL also o forty grand grandchildren grandchildren
children and thirtythree great granachll granachlldren grandehildrenv
dren She was known for her kind and andlovable andlvablo
lovable disposition always having a pleas ploasnnt pleasant
ant smile and a cheering word lor every everybody everybody ¬
body The funeral will take place tomor tomorrow toinorrow ¬
row morning at 11 oclock
PROVO HEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo Dec 8 8At At the monthly meeting meetingof
of the Utah County Count Medical society held heldhere heldhere
here yesterday the question of recom recommendations re om ommemlations ¬
mendations to be made to the legislature legislaturein
in regard to Sanitary nail quarantine quarantinematters qharantinematters
matters was discussed discussedThe discussedThe
The state board of insanity met here heretoday heretoday
today todayUnited todayUzilted
United States Marshal Heyw IIywod od made a ahurriedj ahUrried
hUrried trip to Provo this forenoon com coming cornlag ¬
lag down In the morning an and l returning returningat
at noon The nature of his business businesscould businesscould
could not be learned learnedChief learnedChief
Chief of Police Lynch was down from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake today on personal business businessAlbert businessAlbert
Albert Dixon returned title evening from froma
a two years mission to England EnglandJudge EnglandJudge
Judge Booth has rendered a decision in inthe Inthe
the case of Mattie E Nelson vs a W H HGray IIGray
Gray giving judgment for plaintiff in the thesum thesum
sum of 18664 defendant to iuiy court courtcosts courtcbsts
costs each party to pay their own ownnessos wit witnessos
nessos nessosJames nessosJaht >
James Jaht s Chlpman Chlprnanjr jr of American Fof Fofhas Fo Fohs
has applied for letters testamentary hi the theestate theetae
estate etae of Mrs JosialuSmlth who died at
American FockItec Fork lc 7 The esUe eata iS iSvalued s svalued
valued at from l3w EO3 to 3fW 3t4 11 socs O45 to toparts 10eZatlves
eZatlves residing in the at anti oIlier oIlierparts
parts of the theeonfltry ctmntry outside outsideof ot Utah cx cxcfcpl cxcOpt
cOpt SlWO lJCO TVhlth IsslTqn to James Pres Preston Prtstpn ¬
ton of American Fork for or caring for the thoproperty thepopttrt
property qf Mrs f Smith H Itearing rlug on peti petition pet1tion ¬
tion has been set for Dec 17 17BOABJD 17BOARD
BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINEES EXAMINERSExaminations j jExamiaatlpns
Examinations will b be conducted by bythe bythe
the Utah Itahistat state board of dental exam examiners examiners ¬
iners Wednesday Dec 14 at 9 oclock oclocka
a m at the Cullen hotel Salt Lake LakeCily I ICity
City H W DAVIS Secretary Secretarygil j
511 McCorniok Building BuildingLEGAL I IV ILEGAL
V
LEGAL LEGALAn LEGALAn
An Ordinance OrdinanceAX
AX ORDINANCE AMENDING AND ANDrtenacting ANDreenacting
reenacting Section 10J of the Rels Revised RevisedOrdinances d dOrdinances
Ordinances of Salt Lake City CityBe CityBe
Be It ordained by the city council of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake Cut Utah UtahSection tta1Seetton
Section 1 1That That SSetion KB i of the re revised revised ¬
vised ordinances of Salt Lake City be beamended beamended
amended and reenacted soas so ns to read as astollows astoilows
tollows toilowsSection
Section 108 Sign on or over streets t or orsdewlks orsIdewalks
sIdewalks forhiadem It stanll be unlawful unlawfulto
to t erect or maintain any sign or sign post postof ptsto
of o any design or description OB any srfde srfdevralk Mdcnaik
vralk or to erect or permit such sign or orsign oralga
sign posts to project over or across any anysidewalk anysidewalk
sidewalk or along the outer edge of any anysidewalk anyaitiowalk
sidewalk or across any water ditch or oron oron
on or over any part of any street or to topermit topermit
permit such uchi sign or sign post to project projectfrom projectfrom
from any building to which it may be at attached attached ¬
tached over the sidewalk to a greater greaterdistance greaterdistance
distance that twentyfour Inches pre prevlded proled
vlded led however that electric signs made madeaii madeat
aii follows may be erected upon the Lot follewins Lotlewin
lewins lewin conditions conditionsSigns conditionsSigns
Signs In which all or part of the letters letterso
01 o which are made in an outline of in incundascent Ineandoscant
cundascent lamPs transparent glass signs signsilluminated signsiliuminatedwlth
illuminated iliuminatedwlth with electric lamps and sign signv slntrith
v rith ith painted or raised letters having a abrrder abirder
birder Of Incandescent lamps The main number mainher ¬
her of incandescent lamps on such sign signshall sIgnshall
shall not be less than one lamp to each eachone eachI
I one and onequarter square feet of sign signutrface signsteface
utrface on each side exposed provided providedI
I however that no sign shall project from fromthe fromthe
the building to whiCh it is attached across acrossany acrossany
any sidewalk street avenue or alley to toja toa
ja a greater distance than thirt thirteen n feet No Noj Nosigns
j signs pn now In position or htaftr ptae placed placedin > d dIn
In position on a building shall exceed in inwidth Inwidth
width four feet Including all guys and andjbrnco andbrace
jbrnco brace rods rodsAll rodsAll
All signs must be put up p under the thosupervision thesupervisibti
supervision of and to the satisfaction of ofthe ofthe
the building inspector who will issue issueI issuepermits
permits 10 the same anti coIect the fol following
I lowing fee therefor thereforI thereforFifteen
I Fifteen cents per souaje i fant et for euen euentrie each eachnd
nd every 1llUrn1natd side of such elet elettrio
trio sign signSection signSection
Section 2 2All All ordinances and resolu resoluUons resolut1ons
Uons or parts of ordinances and resoutions resou resoutions
tions inconsistent herewith are hereby herebyI
I f pealed cealedSection pealedSection
Section 3 This ordinance shall tak takelfect taketfect
elfect upon approval approvalPassed approvalPassed
Passed bv the city council of Salt Lake LakrCity LakeCIII
City Utah November Kth th IDOl and re referred re reictred ¬
ferred to the mayor for or his aonro annroah annroahJ l lJ
J S CR1TCHLOW CR1TCHLOWCity
City Recorder RecorderVetoed Recorder1etoCd
Vetoed by the mayor andagain end again pre prestnted prerented
rented to the etty Council amended as asrecommended asrecommende
recommended by the mayor and again againpassed againpassed
passed by the city council by more than thantwothirds thantwothLrd
twothirds majority December th 1WM 1WMand 19t4and
and referred to the mayor for his ap approval al alproval ¬
proval J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity
City Recorder RecorderApproved RecorderApproveffthis
Approved Approveffthis iMs 7th day of December 1904 1904RICHARD 1P04RICHARD
RICHARD P MORRIS Mayor
State of Utah County of Salt Lake Lakeas LakeasI BS BSI
I J S Critohlow city recorder of S Salt SaltLake H HLake
Lake City CIt Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing fes a full true trueami rueand
and correct copy of an ordimimv entitled entitledAn entitledAn
An Ordinance Amending and Reenact Reenactipg Reenactleg
leg Section 108 1O of the Revised Ordinunres Ordinunresof QrdInancof
of Salt Lake City nass passed d by the city citycounoil citycouncil
council of Salt i La1e aHe City Utah Novem November Novemher ¬
her 2Sth4 2Sth 1804 and referred to the mayor mayorfor mayorfor
for his approval Vetoed by the mayor mayorand mayorand
and again presented to the city councl counclamended coun counamended
amended as recommended by the mayor mayora mayerred
a red d again passed by the city council by bymore bymore
more than twothirds majojjty majot ty D Doni Donibet < vm vmi
i bet 5th IDOl and approved V b th the mayo mayoDecember mayoilecember
December 7th 1SQJ as appears of record recordin
in my office officeIn officeIn
In witness whereof I have here hereunto hfreunUi ¬
unto set my hand and affixed i the theSeal if ifSeal
Seal corporate s U I of said city this thisSth thisSth
Sth day of December 19M 19MBfll I1J
J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity CRITCHLOWCity
City Recyrdf lteejrderEDt
EDt No N 119
Ecir Christmasls earIyIe earIyIeTnttairri
Tnttairri i Now is the best time to select your
4 V preaents andr the best present you youL
L ii can select to give the most lasting lastingi
i pleasure is a nice PIANO or ORGAN ORGANi
i V rJ We are offering special inducements inducementsV
V from now until Xmas day It will
1 be a pleasure to hSve you call and andit
it hear our instruments instrumentsSHEET
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