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FANS WAKE UP UPMeeting UPMeeting
Meeting Called to TalkOver TalkOverthe Talk Over Overthe
the Situation SituationMAY
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden >
Ogden Jan 19 12HarrIson Harrison O Shepard Shepardsecretary
secretary of the Salt Lake baseball club clubstopped
stopped off in Ogden today on his way wayto
to the th meeting of the tli Pacific National Nationalleague
league to be held In Butte on Saturday SaturdayWhile
While In the city Shepard interviewed interviewedseveral
several loyal Ogden fans with a view of ofInteresting
Interesting thorn in securing a franchise franchisein
in the th league this year While his stay
in the city was short considerable In Interest ¬
terest was taken In the matter and at ata
a hurried meeting held last evening evenln it itMTid
was decided to take the matter up tIay tIaynd
MTid nd see if arrangements can be mode to
have nn Ogden representative at B Butte tt s
on Saturday with instructions to see just justwhat Jistwhat
what the league has to offer fter In in the way
< > f a franchise franchiseIt
It in believed that there will be but
little trouble in organizing a strong club clubin clubn
in n this city a the fans ttr anxious for rot1awbalI
liawball this year and th tha publlc ubIIc would wouldsupport
support the game ame < Shepard loft Ogden
tonight fur Butte
Helena Also lso Wants a Team TeamFrom
From the above dispatch It would in indicate Indicate ¬
dicate that the Junction City ia anxious anxiousto
to once again have league baseball It Itis ItIs
is almost a settled fact thai Helena will willO5k
O5k 5k for x franchise this year and with withOgden
Ogden and the Montana town as new newcities
cities on the circuit It would male a amuch amuch
much batter league from every point of ofview olVkW
view viewPresident VkWPresident
President Williams has sncnt the great greater ¬
er part of this weeK in Helena and re reports reports ¬
ports from thsre are to the effect ttiat
Helena will stir purely ly fee on hand and ask asl
ZI for H franchise The Helena press has h hZI
devot devotd nl a great amount of space to boost ¬
lag the game In that city in the past pastweek pealweek
week and reports that there are several severalmen I Imn
men In that city ready to put np U the themoney th
money Like Boise Helena believes it Ii L
is good advertising for or the city and espe ¬
cially this year as a thousanus will jour ¬
ney to the coast on account of the Port ¬
land fair This would bo also true in Sr 1 1gdcn
ogdens gdcn s case a well ac a Boise and Helena HelenaFORftl helenaFORM
FORM PLAYERS WIN WINSuccessful WINSuccessful
Successful In AH But Two TwoRaces Tw TwRacesWeather
Races RacesWeather Weather and Track TrackAll TrackAll
All Right RightLos
Los Angeles Jan 18 19At At Ascot today todi r
favorites and second choices wore sue
lessful in all but bti t two t we r es Weather
tmer tmerJ2mp r
clear tr trnk = < Uc fast Results
First J2mp reee oio 3IileZ1Ontana Montana Peeress S
won NaiHlio a1lo
second Flora
Bright third I
l Hie 142 142H
H < > nd race five
furlongs furlongsWitch Witch Ha
zl won Sweet Kitty BeimirK
tifiht glit of the Day Da third Time ime1Oy 100 100Mini
Tjjril race the and onebait fudongs
T4Tay Wn rlni Hurst second Pasadeni
Mini t wrL Timel0 Timel0Fourth T1melOFourth r
Fourth r race ce omTmile one mile handicap haudIcpOxfot Oxford I
yon High Chancellor sccoud seCoi Princess a
Inlane third Time Tlzno140 140
Fifth race mile and H sixteenth sixteouthDuti Dull DullTimJ
I ii won Akte second < > Varro
TimJ Titiic148 Titiic148sixth ffl fflAkte third thirdSixth
Sixth nice Jx Ii furloncs fur1omsSt St Winifrede n
Tuii Konaomfbo second Durbur third
Time Time1i4 lld lldRESULTS
Three Favorites Win Over a Sloppy SloppyTrack r rTrack r
Track Tracktau Trackaii
tau aii Francisco Jan 19 19Three Three favorites
won ar a Oakland today Weather cloudy
tra trtk k sl aloy 9W Summary
First race three furlongs ftlrloeasBusy Busy Bee Be e j
m i s Southern tbriULjli Lady s second onit Achelita a i
third Time T1nie47 37 37Second
Second rac race > five furlongs IurlosBatidor Batidor won von
rte > Hawaiian s sond tond Em Reibold third I
Iime flniej flniejThtrd reatt
Third race five and a half furlongs
Mabel Bates won Mogrexor second Duet t t
thinl Time Tiznelli 114 114Fourth
Fourth rate one mile mieBrIers Bri r won War C r
Tim second Barrack third Time l1me14 lM5i
Fifth race mile Ue and R quarter quarterLangfor Langford i
Jur Jrns < s won rilenarvon second Theodora a t
L third Time TImel4 TImel4th 214
Pth th race six furions furtouaSshibie Salable won woij
Pot P ° t Raxon second Squire Johnson thlro I
Time l16Vi l16ViB I16AB
I ISpccbI
Special to The JTlerHld JTlerHldTxogan flerilda flerildTogan
a Txogan Jan 19 lSAthietle Athletic Director Kemp Kempof Kern p pof >
of the Brigham Young e eouege Ue goes to Salt SaltTak Sal it it1ake t
Tak < on Saturday to attend a meeting of I f
iMsketball representatives to be hW at 1
I n rn at t the L D S university utilv rslty The ob I
> t of the meeting ie s th formation of u i
state basketball league to be composed composedi I
i > f f teams representing the B T C of c tI r
this iis city itv W S A of Ogden and B V U Uof 1
of Provo The 1 D S people It is salt ssldi i iti
i ti < > not desire to enter the league but Mr Mi Mi1mp
K 1mp > mp has hopes of inducing them to do doS doThe d 0 0a 0The >
The B Y Cs are ready for work now nowittii fbi a aI
ittii I would like to her from any team in I
th state that desires to play They have haveTirity hav havTTty j
Tirity of open dates and a firstclass is 3
Meeting Called to Organize OrganizeLeading OrganizeLeading
Leading Schools in Basket Basketball Basketball ¬
ball ballA
A meeting of representatives of the thcour
fh four f our leading church schools of the state stateas
fD has h as been called for tomorrow at the L
D S U of this city to organize a church churchstate
state s basket baket ball leaguevi 1eagu Such a league leagueas
has h as been organized each oachr season for the thepast theeat
past p eat three years and has proven a great greatsuccess greatucce
success n ucce It Is presumed that the four fouroading
loading l schools the L D S U 1 of this thiscity
city c ity the B Y A of Provo the B Y C Cof
of o f Logan and W S A of Ogden will willorm
form fp f orm the league as they have in the thepast theait
past p ait Each of these schools has bas basket baaet ¬
ket k et ball teams and they have little llttlotrouble littleroubit
trouble t In defeating the other schools schoolsIn
In I n t ttatate ttatateThe Vj state stateThe
The league promoters propose to play playa
a series of games for the state cham championship ¬
pionship p In each of the towns in the tholeasiie theearic
ls leasiie l earic For tho past four years or ever eversince
since s the schools have met In contest contestthe
the t he L D S U of this city has come comeoff
off o ff victorious However this year It Is Isa
a different story as the old warhorses warhorseson
on o n the L D S U team have left school schooland
and a oa nd younger and newer players will take taketheir takeheir
their t places The Logan and Provo teams teamsespecially
especially e have a chance of winning the thechampionship
championship c and ft is believed by many manywho
who w ho follow the sport that the honor honorwill
will w ill land in one or the other of these thesetowns
towns t ownS
Denver Jan 19 12Jake Jake Shaofer defeated I
Willie Hoppc at clghteenInch balk defeatedt line t
billiards b before the Democratic club to ¬
night n ight The game was fOr 400 points and aiic I
Shaefer Sh S scored in nineteen Innings His t
high h igh run which was the highest of the thegamoalso I
gamoalso g was 08 Hoppe made 215 points pointswith I
with a high run of 7C Shaefer and ant I
Hoppe will play hero again tomorrow r Ir
nlidit nliditto u tiht
rho two experts were today matcheS I
to t o play in St Louis for the worlds cham ¬
pionship p and 2500 5OO a side the date to be b I
selected s later After concluding their en ¬
gagement in Denver they will go to t I
Chicago i iMARKHAR
Tommy Markham writes Itcs from Robin
gon Vtah that he has secured anothfer r
match with Silent Rowan and that t rt
the b6Ut will be pulled off in Moroni I In i
In i n the near future The contest calls for fo r
130 1 30 pounds QUfld5 < nt ringside which will be benearer b S Snearer
nearer to Rowans liking Markhum Markhumsays Markhansays i
says a lEO purse has been offered for 10 r
the contest and the Moroni sports will willsee nil 1see 1
I see the real thing when they g get t to together togetber ¬
gether Markham Is training at Robin Robinson Robinson ¬
son and has a big husky miner for a I L
training partner partnerMEDICAL partnerMEDICAL
The following resolutions r governing F
applicants for positions on any an athletic C
team of the university were adopted yes ¬
terday tcrdayby by the uthletic council of the Uni thlVttSit ¬
versity VttSit of UtahNo Utah rtaltNo
No person shall represent the univer university universit ¬
sity sit In any intercollejriate athletic con ¬
test or train for any team without secur ¬
ing at the beginning of the season securn from fromthe fror n
the physical director of the gymnasium a aspecial J
special certificate of satisfactory physical physicalcondition physlerenditIon L aL
condition Such certificate may be can canc I Iqelied <
c qelied el led at any time If in the opinion of the Ut C r
tflretor the continuation of training is I
likely to operate to the physical injury of ofsuch o osuch
such persons oersonsNo
No manager or captain of any athletic athietia C
team shall permit a person known by him himto hit hitto a i
to be beineligible Ineligible torepresent the university nniversit nniversitIi r
Ti athleflccontests athtette C0ntOts or to lra1nforau tnrin for any y r
learn without first obtaining the neces necessary I yI ¬
sary ary certificate of satisfactory physical physicalcondition pbyslcrcontlitlon7 necerLi Li i
condition conditionTfils
This resolution Is to go Into effect im immediately telmediately t ¬
mediately and all the studonts who ex expect ¬
pect to enter the different track events eventswill eventwill esa a 3
will have to set a certificate before they theywill the y ytvill r
will be eligible eligibleCHURCI4OFFICERS
Members of the Central Christian ChristianCongregation ChristiaCongregation 11 L
Congregation Celebrate the Event EventThe
The annual social meeting of the con t
gregafion of the Central Christian Christianchurch Christiachurch Ii 1
church was held last night in the thechurch th 0 <
church parlors Third East and Fourth FourthSouth FaurtSouth h 0h
South streets and was followed by a
banquet The meeting was really for In ir
the purpose of Inducting the church churchofficers ii irii
officers elected at the annual business churna a 1
meeting held the first week In January Januar r
Into their respective offices About 150 lii liiwoa p0 i
men and women sat down
to the ban banquet L ¬
quet tables upon which the strongest strongestliquid strongerliquid it Lit
liquid was coffee The pastor Rev Dr DrT DiT
T W Pinkerton was toastmaster toastmasterDuring1 toastmasterDuring
During the banquet Dr S C Bald Baldwin Baldwitt ¬
win chairman of the church board boardSave I
Save an outline of the work of rf the past pastyear pas pasyear it Iit t
year and the work which the Hoclety Hocletyexpects soetet I Iexpects
expects to accomplish during the en ensulngi L Lsuing
suing year yearThe yearThe
The following responded to toasts toastsMiss toastrMiss
Miss Mary Langley on n behalf of the Ut e eSutiy
Sunday school A E Hubbard 011 bf b bhalf
half of the Christian Endeavor society
AIn > T W S Pinkerton on behalf of the theLadles th thLadies
Ladles Aid society George D Matecr I
for the prayer meeting Mrs James JamesBruckinan JameBruckinnit IS S s
Bruckinan fojj the Woinens Mission 1
ary society A T McCanne for the theMens th 1e e >
Mens club Mrs 15 H Dorman for forth forthr thret the thejunior ret 5
junior Christian ChtiklanEndeavor Endeavor Mrs J W WChristy W WChrIsty r
Christy for the choir W H Lepper on onthe o a athe 1
the future futureTreasurer
Treasurer J 3 G Campbell read the an atnual I
nual statement of receipts and expendl I Itures
tures which showed a balance In the thechurch Ui 0 0church
church treasury on Jan 1 of 50
Great Britain Trying to Interest the Powers in a New NewScheme Ne V VScheme t
Scheme for Reform ReformItaly italy the Only One soFar soFarto soFarto
to Assent
I I OXDCTXJn 18 12The The Russian for foreign forL ¬
L eign office IK I convinced that the theAustroRuserart theAustroRuashtfl
AustroRuserart reform measures measuresided inettauresided
< ided upon for Macedonia tar z a hope hopeic hopeitSM
ic itSM KR failure and is communicating with withT
T l i powers Interested in the near east eastm eastF
m F question with the view of obtaining obtainingITI
ITI I expression of the extent to which whichh whichare
> h X are willing to g g > to secure more morer
r xi ttnaive nsive and more real reforms and andliiobably androbably
liiobably will lay before parliament parliamentfry
fry early in the session a sweeping sweepingI
I P jpct which foreign secretary Lana LanaI
I a ne believes will insure succsas succsasv ucc s sVTii
VTii v Groat Britain agreed to support supportIt
It AuHtroRuastan scheme the foreign foreignfp
> fp reserved the right to offer aineud aineudiii
lir iii jits Ui to the programme In the event eventthat eventtliif
that the scheme known a as the Meur Meuritcg Meurtcg
itcg tcg proseamme proved a failure failureCollapse failureCollapse
Collapse of Reform Scheme SchemeAll
All the recent reports t > > the foreign foreignoffice foreignsffite
office from the British consuls in the thoInterior the1tteriot
Interior of Macedonia proclaim the ut utcollapse Utt
t r collapse of the scheme and show showthat showthat
that the conditions prevailing in the In InteriT intertr
teriT are no better than before the late laterevolution laterevolution
revolution It is expected that It Lord LordLansdowne LordLansdowfle
Lansdowne receives sufficient support supportfrom supportfem
from the powers he will renew the sug suggestion ig iggeetion ¬
gestion offered a year ago to place Ma Maredcnia Matedcnia
redcnia under the control of a Christian Christiangovernor Christlatjgovernor
governor general not responsible to the thesultan thesultap
sultan but to the tbpjij R Yi UP to th thpresent ths thspresent
present Italy alo JQiSta Jlgnlfled gnitled her herwiHlijgne5B hefwilflngne5tt I
wiHlijgne5B tOj toi0perato1with jptrtmarato with Gnat GnatBritain GreatBrItaln
Britain In demanding more effe effectual tuul tuulmethodju
methodS I
There is mrme me doubteoocjjrning the U 10
position which Francewill take bin th t
the Vssociated Pro Press underatands that thi st t
the French Frenc1goveaen govecmnenf though thous inclined Inctni nJ J
to side with effectual reforms is not m t
willing to disturb the existing tate of
the Balkans hoping that the summer er 1
will pass without a serious conflict conflictllew
New Ohlpkisb Loan LoanAt LotAt
At the thosame same timeFrench timt French and German Germanfinanciers Lit LitIlnanriera i
financiers are arranging to supply Tur Turkey ru r rkey ¬
key with a loan of 2i0000QO t Ud e larg 1ar g ¬
est part of which will be devoted t >
nttlng out the Turkish army withnev i
batteries of quick firing guns orders orde is t
for which have been > placed with wi
French and German manufacturer s s
Similar orders recently have been beenplaced bo tn tnplaced n
placed in Bulgaria BulgariaIt
It IB not Jikply that Austria and Rus Russia Ru 5 5ala j ¬
ala which refused to consent to Great Gre at t
Britain original preposition for the thegeneral ti C Cappaintment
appaintment of a Chrtstipn govern or orgeneral r
general will now agree to it and It is issaid issaid B
said that Germany probably will main mat a i ¬
tain a friendly attitudetowan attitude toward Turkey CurJ ill f
The Associated Press has been in I n i ¬
formed by the British consul general In
Macedonia who was recently passing passi rig E
a vacation in England that the Mace Ma e
donjans construe the attitude of Aus KU 5 i ¬
tria and Russia as plainly indicating Indicatit rig gp
their belief that the continuance of un unrest U a ¬
rest vlll ultimately neccshltuto joint foi aC it C
intocf lntorerence rence SftUilts zeu1t1 in their obtain obtainlalOgn ° i
ittg cntroiitng4ltig in e mi j 4
and potuibly th 1aIqUIHJtQn lalOgn t territory territoryon t0tO rh rhon M
on the Mediterranean sea E
Tells of Happenings Around I
Booth atjSunnyside
Manti Jan > 19rDurlng yesterday aft
crnoon e witnesses for the contestants in I
the t he LivingstonErickson contest case
were w ere heard and the theme was to prove
bribery b charges against Judge Erlekson
In i n which tho contestants made a miser
able a ble
failure Ertcksons answer was
heard h oard yesterday which is in substance
as a s follows followsThat
That the contestee avers that he re
celved c more than 4792 votes and that
Livingston L received less than 4781 thaiI and ant I
c harges that the state board of can
j vassers v of election have erroneously de
I j clared d ared the above number of votes In I
Montlcello 37 votes were counted for
Erlekson E and 33 15 votes were counted for
Livingston L whereas contestee charges
tv that t 38 Si votes were cast for aim and J51 J51votes ii I
votes v for Livingston and no more Indian 1
Creek San Juan county 11 votes IndiarI were werecounted I
counted c for Erlekson and 1 vote for Ltv Ltvfor
I ngaton whereas terr were 12 votes LivI casi I
for f or Erickson and none for Livingston
L Lasal < asal San Juan county 4 votts were werecounted
counted c for Erickson and 11 votes for fo I
Livingston whereas there were S votes votescast 3
cast c for Erickson and 7 votes for Llv Llvingston
ingston i Bluff San Juan county IS votes voteswere
were counted for Erickson and 53 votes votesingston VOte VOter
c ounted for Livingston whereas then r
were SI cast for Erickson and 46 for Liv
ingston I District No 1 of Moab 114 votes S
were counted for Erickson and 60 votes
i were counted for Llvin Llvimrston rston whereas whereasthere
there t were 120 cast for Erickson and 54 54cast 54east
cast for Livingston District No 8 of ofMoab ofMoab
Moab 77 7 votes were counted for Brick Brickson
son and 30 votes for Livingston whereashero whereas whereasthere
there t wore SO votes cast for Erickson Ericksonand Ericksonand
and 27 votes cast for Livingston Elgin ElginGrand ElginGrand
Grand county 3 votes were counted for forErickson forErickson
Erickson and 18 votes were counted for forLivingston
Livingston whereas 12 votes wore cast castfor
for Erickson and 16 votes for LlvinKston LlvinKstonEmery
Emery SO voles were counted for Erick Krlckson
son and 136 2 votes were counted for LIv LIvIngston
Ingston i whereas Erickson received S8 58votes
votes and 12S I votes were cast for Liv LivIngston
Ingston Stolen 24 for Erickson and 23 23Wl
for Wl i Livingston VIUSl which WIIIUM niiuuiu should be 27 i for
Erickson and 20 for Livingston LivingstonFerron
Ferron IDS votes for Erickson and 128
votes for Livingston which should be
115 for Erickson and 120 for Livingston LivingstonClawson
lawson Emery Emer county 32 for Erickson
and IS for Livingston which should shouldbe
be 34 votes for Erickson aid 31 for Liv Livingston ¬
ingston Orangevtlle 118 votes for Erick Erickson
son and 91 for Livingston which should shouldbe
be 120 votes for Erickson and 89 for LIt Llvinpston LItingston
inpston Huntington 151 for Erickson and
142 for Livingston which should be lao 155for
for Erickson and 13S l for Livingston LivingstonLawrence
Lawrence Emery county 27 for Erickson Ericksonand Ericksonand
and 20 for Livingston which should bo
28 for Erickson and 19 for Livingston LivingstonCleveland
Cleveland 72 Z for Erickson and 36 for Ltv
Ingston which should be 75 for Ericlcson Ericlcsonand
and 33 for Livingston Desert Lake 25 25for 51
for Erickson and 21 for Livingston which whichshould
should be 2 2L for Erickson and 20 for Llv Llvingston
ingston Woodaide Emery county 10
votes for Erickson and 9 for Livingston Livingstoncorrected Livingstoncorrected
corrected 12 votes for Erlckson and 7 for
Livingston Green River 12 voteS were
counted for Erickson and 57 for LIv
inpston corrected 20 votes for Erickson Ericksonand
and 45 for Livingston Castle Dale 10 106 >
for Erickson and 115 for Livingston cot corrected
rected Ill for Erickson and 110 for Uv
fngston Snnn Sunnyajde > sde 146 for Erickson and
337 for Livingston corrected 160 for
Eriekson and 323 for Livingston AVel
Hngton Carbon county 54 for rot Erickson
and 30 for Livingston corrected 55 for
Erickson and 29 for Livingston Price Price12S
12S for Erickson and 134 for Llvintraton Llvinestoncorrected
corrected 132 for Erickson and 130 for forLivingston
Livingston Helper 59 for Erickson and
44 for Livingston corrected 60 for or Erick Erickson Erlckson ¬
son and 49 for Livingston Spring Glen Glencorrected
2i for Erickson and 21 for Livingston
corrected 23 for Erickson and 20 for LIv
ingston Castle Gate 77 for Erickson Ericksonand
and 145 for Livingston corrected 80 J Jvotes 1
votes for Erickson and 140 for Livingston
Scofleld 101 for Erickson and 93 for Liv
Ingston corrected 105 for Erickson and I
510 X > for Livingston Winter Quarters 54 for fo
Erickson and 110 for Livingston cor
rected 60 votes for Erickson and 100 for
Livingston Clear Creek 65 for Erick
son and 129 1 for Livingston corrected ErickI 70 I
for Eriekson and 132 for Livingston Mln Mm Mmnb
nio nb Maud 4 for Erickson and 18 for Liv
ingston corrected S vote for Erickson Ericksonand
and 14 for Livingston Fayette Sanpete
counts 48 for Erickson and 29 for Liv
Ingston corrected 50 for Erickson and
27 for Livingston Gunnlson District No
1 17G for Erickson and S for Livingston
corrected 180 for Erickson and 60 for LIv
Ingston Gunnlson l 1o o 2 153 for Erick
son and S8 for Livingston corrected 165 1
for Erickson and 7 for Livingston Ster
ling 45 for Erickson and 63 for Livingston
corrected 50 for Erickson and 6U I
for Livingston Mayfield 7C G for Erlck
son Ofl and 82 for LJvJnsfifOn corrected 78 i
for Erickson and SO for Livingston Man
ti District No 1 51 for Erickson and 21SJ
for Livingston corrected GO for Erickson
and 212 for Livingston Mantf District
No o 2 32 3 for Erickson and 196 for Liv
ingston corrected 42 4 for Erlakson and
IBS for Livingston Mantl District No 3
n t1 for Erickson and 146 for Livingston
corrected Ill for Erickson and 136 for
Livingston Ephralm District No 1 76 7
for Erickson and 76 for Livingston cot
rected SOfor SO for Erickson and 72 7 for LIv
Ingston Ephralm District No 2 156 for fo
Erickson and 91 for Livingston corrected
157 for Erickson and 90 for Livingston
Ephralm District No 3 201 20ifpr for Erickson I
and 70 for Livingston correctea ZOO fot
Eriekson and 65 for Livingston Eph ¬
ralm District No 4 121 for Erickson and I
104 for Livingston corrected 122 for
Erickson and 103 for Llvinaston Alt
Pleasant District No 1 ISO or Erick
son and 60 for Livingston corrected ll 18 I
for Erickson and CS for Livingston Mt
Pleasant District No 2 136 for Erickson t
and 67 for Livingston corrected 137 13 for
Erickson and 65 for Livingston Me Pleas ¬
ant District No 3 13S for Erickson and I
82 for Livingston corrected 140 for Erick ¬
son and SO 54 for Livingston Mt Pleasant
District No 4 Ill for Erickson and 33 I
for Livingston corrected 112 for Erick
1Ofl on and 32 for Livingston Mt Pleasant
District No 3 103 fir Erlekson and 44 1 I
for Livingston corrected 104 for Erick
son and 13 for Livingston Fairview Dls
trict No 1 154 for Erickson and 115 for fo I
Livingston corrected 159 for Erickson 1 1and
and 110 for or Livingston Fabview Dis ¬
trict No 2 127 for Erickson and ill for b r
Livingston corrected 130 3 for or Erickson 1 1and
and 115 for Livingston Moron District t
No 1 65 for ErJckRon and 89 for LIv
Jnsston i corrected 69 for Erickson and ant I
5 5 for Livingston Moroni District No
g for Erickson abel 114 or Livingston Livingstoncorrected
corrected 60 for Ericjtbon arid t 6 > 3 for Or Liv Livngaton
Ingston I MoronS District No 2 103 for to r
Erlekson and 95
far Livingston cot cotrecteel
rected 105 for Ericksoh and J3 for Lie Liengston
ingston I Fountain Green District No 1 I
78 7 tar Erickson and 74 for Livingston I
corrected 75 for Erickson and 72 7 for or Llv Livngstoii
I ngstoii Fountain Gr en District No
49 for Erickson and 109 for Livingston LivingstoncorrCcted T
corrected 50 fOr Brickson and 10S for fo
Livingston Wales 63 for Erl EriCkson Jkson and an a 1
70 for Livingston corrected 57 for Erlck Erlckson Erie1and
son and 68 for fo Livingston Sprlns City Cit
District No 1 95 for Erlcksoii and 94 for fo
Livingston corrected 97 i7 for Erickson and an t I
92 3 for Livingston Spring City District 1
No 2 103 for Krickson and Jis iis for Ll Lit
bigston corracted iO for Erickson an d T 1
112 fl for Livingston Milburn 45 4 for Erlck
sson and 15 for Livingston eorreoted Ericitli 4tJ li P
for Srickson and 14 lor Livingston in I
dianola 12 for Eriekfion and lt M for Liv Lt
Ingston corrected 13 for Erickson and 2l p >
for Livingston Chester 41 for Erickson Ericksonand n nand 1
and dJ for Livingston corrected 42 for fe Pr r
Erickson and 45 for Livingston Freedom 1 1or
11 Sor or Erlokson and 28 for Livingston I Icorteeted
corrected 15 for Erickson and 24 for Lit
incston incstonf
It Is further charged that within 300 Zil It
feet from the polling place in Sunnyside Sunnysidewere Le B
was a building where Intoxicating liquor liquorwere 1 5
were distributed freely the fact being bela g gtvell
well known to the judges ot election electionregistrar i
registrar and contestant In this case and an anthat l
that no action was taken to have it itclosed t
closed that many voters were enticed a 1
Into said building and there furnished I Iwithout i
without charge with whisky beer etc etcresulting
resulting In a number of Intoxlfiatgd ragn ri i
yho became dfuorderljt that In Buen tnigor con I
1ition they vfftf taken to je he pTSllSyTwrne bIl7on IC ICIt s
tinablc to prepare thplt ballots and that thr It t
accompanying thijni t1n were per pc N ¬
mitted in inth itted to co o to the voting booths withem with
thw them th thill em that fifty persons most of whom whomwere whomere
were w ere known to judges of election to be beegal
Illegal ill illth egal voters were permitted to cast casteir
their th eir ballots that In the building buUdin and
adjoining ad adw adof jointhg the room where the electron electronwas eteetfonas
w was as held there were kept by the judges judgesof udgeselection
of ofth election Intoxicating liquorsana ltqupr nndwbtioi wbiia
the th than e election was going on the Judges
and an anan d watchers frequently visited this room
and an anla d that after the close of the yolls nollsrge
large la laIn rge quantities of liquor were brought
Into In to the room whore the votes were wereronntccl wereuntef5
ronntccl rO rOti untef5 und that the count anJ an inspec inspecon ¬
tith tion ti on of ballots continued from the time timee
the th thIn e noils were closed until the next day
fJ f in the afternoon that the judges of alec ¬
tion tipr ti on frequently drank liquor with others otherspresent othersesent
E present pr prju esent and that after the count the thedges
J judges ju juel dges sent the ballots to the county countyrk
clerk el rk by express in a way not author authored ¬
j ized iz ed by law that said ballots were ex exposed Cxsed ¬
posed po poof sed to strangers and to the liability
J of being changed and mutilated thntsaid that
said sa sath id judges of election did not qualify
that th thth at it was called to their attention and ande
the th thda e wilfully omitted molting such affl
davit da dafo vlt that the eontestee has been IP
formed fo rmed that the official ballots were wereopened Wereened
opened op opor ened before election < lay by the judges judgesor judgesby
or orit br some one they permitted to do doanti
it iten and that they were Inspected by b vari van
ous en enba s persons thatsaid that said judges took the thellots
ballots ba llots and carried there to Pri Prier before heforte
thva the th e election that they were exposed to torious
various va rious persons liable to havhfg be been beenmpered n
tampered ta tath mpered with and nd market and tlittt while
there th thto ere some of these judges became in ¬
toxicated to toly and were arrested for disorder ¬
U ly conduct that late on the Monday night nightprooedlnj nighteceelug
prooedlnj pr the election day the he said judges
j left le ft Price
and traveled to Sunnyside a astance
d distance di diof stance of thirtyfive miles having the theofficial
official of ° ficial ballots In their possession used usedat
at the last election that many unlawful unlawfuland unlawfulnd
and a nd Illegal votes were cast for W D
Livingston L many not being registered registeredand
and an J d some not residents of saId voting
district di strltt that because of all the thea charges chargese
the th i e district should be excluded wholly
from fr om the returns of said election that thatsId
3 sId ajt id Livingston promised and offered to togive toVe
give t Ve bribes and rewards In money as
follows fo llows To one Janice Larsen a voter voterand
l and an d elector of Mt Pleasant the sum of
f Sl 400 O to b paid Larsen provided Liv Livgaton ¬
i ingston in gaton should be elected in return for rotarsens
I Larsens L arsens influence during said election
That T hat the contestee further In a counter counterstatement counteratement
statement st alleges and charges that tba the thesaid
said sa id Livingston did prior to election day dayof
of 1904 about the 7th of April offer pro provided ¬
vided vi ded that he be elected to the office of
judge ju dge to donate to the Snow academy academycatd
J located lo catd at Ephralm 51000 I000 which offer offerwas offeras
was w as made to Henry Henry seal and Newton E Eoycs
Noyes N oycs of that Institution and to Charles Charlesbonus
R bonus a committeeman of that thatacademy thatcademy
academy a that the pretending returns returnsfrom returnsom
from fr om Sunnyside Carbon county be re rejected rected ¬
jected je cted and the majority of 131 votes votescredited voteSredited
credited c to Livingston be deducted deduct d from fromhis froms
j his hi s total vote that an order may be made maffeto mademake
to make an inspection and recount in inthe inhe
t the t he districts named above
Transacts T a Large Amount of o Impor Important
tant Business BusinessPark
Park City Jan 19 19It It Ms is not often that
the th e city council of Park City has such a
grist g rist of business to transact as there was
last la st evening but with all the enlaraed
supply s they got along nicely and finished
J In due time timeMayor timeMayor
Mayor Wilson was not present and Coun ¬
cilman e Rasband was away he being now
In the Utah legislature though still hold
ing b ig his office here With Councilman
J rargp r iargo in the chair presiding as mayor the
meeting m eeting proceeded The minutes of the
preceding p meeting were read and approved
J and a nd bills against the city read While It Itinoti
I inoti inotithe not the cuAto custom of the council to t pay pa
Wlls b ills
during the month the bill of the
Anderson A Coupling company was submit
ted t ed and < J Jthe
a warrant ordered drawn to pay
the th e bilL bllLUnder
Under communications a letter was read
from f rom a fire paraphernalia house asking
for f or a chance to bid on some new engines
which w hich the city Is about to purchase
Under i nder the reports of 01 standing commit ¬
tees t ees the committee in charjre of the new
i franchise f bill was asked for a report Mr
Daly D aly on behalf of this committee stated
that t while they had met aa ordered to
consider c the bill they had no report to
make m ake in view of the fact that their chair
man m an Mr Rasband was tya not at the meet nteetng
j Ins I ng of the committee
Henry Shields the petitioner for the
franchise f wa was there and stated that he
thought t that the ordinance as amended amendedy
j by b y the city attorney was acceptable to the
council c and wanted ir acted upon The Thecouncil
t council c though decided to await the next
roeetlns m eeting and if possible the committee committeeould
w would ould have Mr Rasband with them at a
j future f Bieetin between now and an then thenand Ut
t and a nd Would act at the next meeting meetingotion
j motion otion to table the ordinance was lot 1 1on
j for t on want of a second and the motiQn tp t tay
i lay ay over until next meeting carried So
at i t this time the new ordinance l is where
i t was last meeting
Six made applications for and received
j liquor licenses from the council
Attorney Wight reported on the city
physicians p bill which the council think
th the t he county ought to pay and stated that thate
he h e hai ha had communications from the thecounty theounty
county c < officials and that they were will willUg ¬
1 ing Ug to meet any bill which they thought
1 that the county was responsible for and andaccordingly an l
accordingly a further time was allowed the theattorney
attorney a to show the county where they
were the responsible parties in this mat
ter t < er
A committee from the fire department departmentwas
was w as on hand to Detltlon the city council
J In i n behalf of the fire department and state I
1 to t o the council the amount of new equip
meat which It is deemed advisable to pro
cure c ure for the protection of the property
here h J ere The council Informed the commit
1 tee t ee that it was up to them and that as
s soon s as the department would agree as to
1 what w hat was needed in the line of new equip
1 ment Ont Just so soon would the council order
the t he goods It being so put to the commit
1 tee t ee they decided at once that a meeting rneetin I
J of o f the council and the committee be held
In I n the near future and the now goods se seured
cured c Henry Welsh was there and he
I stated s that the aim of the fire department departmentwas
was the best possible for the city and
that t it was nothing but fair for the coun counii
ell c ii to furnish them with the best of ap ¬
pliances p to fight fire with in this place
The big business of the evening came camewhen
w when hen James iL M Lockhart in behalf of the
Utah t tah Independent Telephone company I
made a formal application to the council
for f or a franchise in this city and presented presentedn
an a n ordinance covering coverin the point Mr
Lockhart L went into detail In stating for
the t he company what Rood had been accom
pllshed p liahed and what they expected to t accom
pllsh p ush here and after the reading of the
new n nc ew ordinance asked that thatthis this reading be
considered c the first reading which was I
done d one and the whole matter turned over overto
to t o the committee on laws with instruc
i ions t to report at the next meeting of the thecouncil theouncil C
council c
The street commissioner reported that thatowing
owing o to the snow and bad weather gee
rally e they had not yet been geeC able ableto ableo C
to t o put in a sidewalk on Fourteenth street
to t o the hospital but that as soon as the theweather C
weather was fit would begin work upon theI I
1 this t much needed improvement improvementThe
The marshal took up the matter of the thecondition th i
c condition c of the jail with the council but butthere t
there t did not seem to be much to be said saidor buSI I
or o r done on this line It was conceded by byall
all a ll that the present Jail Is not a suffi sufficiently ¬
ciently c strong one for the city but there therewas therewas I
was no move made in the octterment di direction ¬
rection r owing to the fact that there is so somuch r
much to be done which is of much more moreuse morese atI I
use u se wt this time The new appliances for forthe tothe
ut the t he department will cost much money moneyand moneyand
and forThe time the jail question will go goover g goter
over overAn
An adjournment was then taken until untilthe neta I
the next resular meeting which will be beheld hi a
held on the first Wednesday in February
The Park Citr Ctt Bowllns club which whichwent
went to Provo to play a match game re returned ¬
turned yesterday morning from the Gar Garden Gardon ¬
den City where they vanquished the Pro Provo Provo ¬
vo boys by a good lead winning two twogames twi
games out of the three played by a margin marginof argii argiiof a
of over OVO 100 pins pinsThis pinSThis
This evening Miss ICescel and Miss Sut Sutton
ton entertain a large number of people peopleat poop poopat a
at cards at the Sutton hall hallThe ballThe
The present fine weather is playing I Ihavoc
havoc with the sleighing and unless a astorm at
storm comes soon there will be a necessj necessjtv
tv for transferring of all loads necessixi hauled hauledInto beuleinto xi
Into the hiltS hllTThe hiltSThe
The Daly received quite a consign consignment copsignk ¬
ment of mt v parts for repair work nor k
at tehelr nv m The rood ood Were taken to tothe t tthe 0
the mine today todayPEOVO
Provo Jan 19 19A A typographical error in i l ltodaya
todays Herald makes the aihount of cer ccxtiuicates
tificates Issued for bounty for 1904 in this thi l
county 51094 11 4 The correct figure Is 1904 1904A thil l
A daughter the first in the family has hasbeen ha habeen 5
been born to Mr and Mrs R B Thur Thurman Thutmart
man all well wellAn wellAn
An abstract of judgment from Judge JudgI
Whltakers court of Salt Lake has been bee beefiled I
filed in the Fourth district court giving g
judgment for plaintiff In the sum of 9467 9467and 941 7
and Sl20 costs in the case of the Utah UtahImplement ljta ljtaImplement 941h h 1
Implement company vs E E Jones JonesWilliam JoneSWlUhlifn
William H Cook aped 25 and Alice C CChamberlain
Chamberlain aged 25 5 both of Cedar Fort Forreceived t
received a marriage license iicenseltioday ioday
The quarterly conference of the Utah Utahstake Eta it i
stake will be b held here Saturday Etad and andSunday an anSunday d 1
Bertha lona Carter the 7yearold a I
daughter of Mr and Mrs F P Carter of C f
Provo bench died yesterday from Fabian Fabiano Ci i
matlon of the bowels The he remains were weretaken wet o >
taken to Herrlman Salt Lake county wetir for ft ftinterment ir r
Interment today todayDavid todayDavid
David S Allen the ycaroia son sonThomas oC
Thomas W Allen of ofthe the Second wardfell ward be
against a desk In the Pranklln school schoolyesterday chot chotid bea a 1 j
yesterday and sustained a scalp wound woux id
which required several stitches to close
He was attended by Dr Taylor send his
Injury is not considered serious seriousinformation seriousInformation
i information has boetn received frqm Lo Lugtn
j fean gtn to the effect that 1feJs HaM of this thiscity
j city died there Monday from Inflammation Inflammationof tnfiaJxJnttfi0nof
of the bowels and was burled taef titoreto to ¬
day Mr Hall TSHJS ua a native of Sweden Swedenhas Swedenbut
j but has resided here for many years A Awife Awife
I wife who obtained a divorce rum Mr
Hall a few months ago and several chll chllI childice
I dice are living here The deceased was wasabout wasabout
about 50 years of age ageDEATH ageDEATH
Robert Seifers Expires After a Years YearsIllness YearsIllness
Illness IllnessLehi IllnessLchi
Lehi Jan 19 15Robert Robert Selfcrs died this thismorning thismorning
morning He was brought hero from fromMercur fromMercur
Mercur on a stretcher suffering from fromrheumatism fromrheumatism
rheumatism about one year ago and has hasbeen hasbeen
been an extreme sufferer from asthma asthmafor astliniafor
for a long time These troubles aggra aggravated aggravated ¬
vated by an attack of la grippe caused causedhis
his demise He was formerly a resident residentI
o ol Indiana His wife died a year ago last lastOctober lastOctober
October so that now their five little littlechildren
1 children are orphans with no relatives
in the state
George I Vaughan sugar boiler for the theIdaho theIdaho
Idaho Falls sugar factory was married marriedto
to one of the northern belles In the Salt
Lake temple yesterday The young cou couplo eouplo
plo are visiting Lehi for a few days daysAlex
Alex Loveridge one of the first set ¬
tiers of Lehi is dangerously ill and it is
thought he is past recovery
The 2ycarold child of Mr and Mrs
Walter Darling died last night from diph diphProfessor
therln therlnProfessor
Professor E S Hinckley of the B V Vnaclc
i delitpred an educational lecture last lastevenln
evenln to a crowded house in tuef Tither Tithersteele
steele under the auspices of the high highgrade highgrade
grade students After the lecture the theprofessor theprofessor
professor and a number of friends were wereentertained wereentertained
entertained by Principal G N Child and andwife andnife
wife at their home homeVTAKKINGr homeWAEING
Private Concern Has Eight With WithLogan I ILogan
Logan Municipal Plant PlantLogan PlantLogan
Logan Jan 19 19The The city council met in it L
regular session last night and among the
Important transactions of the evening was I
the authorizing of the electric light com committee ¬
mittee to enter into negotiations with tin
Logan Power company for the purchase i
of Its distribution system here and In the i
event pi at failing to come to an under understanding understanding ¬
standing in that regard to Investigate the r
question of installing another unit at the thecity 1 1citi
city plant The city and Logan Power Powercompany Powetcompany
company have been fighting each other othersince othelsince
since the city plant began operating The Thecity i icity
city has secured nearly all the patronage
however and the municipal plant is teak
mit money fiiqL
Ihe plant was constructed so as to p per r rmit <
mit of Its capacity being doubled with 1
little expense and that la now the inten inteaon j
tion tt on of the council councilThe councilTIxe
The matter of electing a councilman I j
from fr frca om the Second ward to fill the vacancy r Ir
caused ca < used by the resignation of T H Smith Smithwho
who w ho is now sheriff came up The Repub RepubHawkes RepubS
lipl li cans named Herbert Fiawkos for the S
1 pl ace and the Democrats claiming thai thet t
j Hawkes H awkes was not qualified for the place placenamed
named n William Worley The vote was a atie I
t tie tl tlb e4 1 to 4 4otto one Republican Crawford Crawfordbeing
being b eing absent absentNEW
Joseph J T Farrer ParrerBeappointei Beappointeji Treas Treasurer ¬
urer urerOther Other Appointments AppointmentsProvo
Provo Jan 12 19Governor Governor John C Cut ¬
ler he r Treasurer Christensen and Auditor Cutr r
J A Edwards who constitute the state tati a
board b oard of Insanity came down to Provo Provotoday
today to day accompanied by Secretary of otStnt Stale t
Charles C S Tingwy and held the firs firsization
m eeting of the new board An organ
ization iz allort was effected with Governor Cut ¬
ler b r as president and Treasurer James 5
Chrlstlanson C as vice president
The principal work of the board was S
the t he transaction of the monthly routine a
business b connected with the institution
The officers of the institution were not no t
appointed a at this meeting except the tb a
treasurer t to which office the present t
1 incumbent Cashier Joseph T Farrer of o f
t the he Provo Commercial Savings bank
i was w as reappointed The other offices to b C
f filled fi lled and the present Incumbents are as S
f follows Medical superintendent Dr
J Milton M ilton H Hardy assistant medical su ¬
i perintendent p Dr Daniel H Calder sec ¬
t retary r Charles DeMolsy steward W R p
1 H Paxman PaxmanThe
The matter of appointing officers for 10 r
t these positions was deferred till another r
r meeting meetingOfflce
I Office 2484 Washington ATO ATOOgden
Ogden Friday Jan 20 20Warrant
Warrant For Alfred Penrod Penrodmen
A warrant has been issued
r est of Alfred Penrod of Liberty the ax
1 v ery serious charge and Deputy on P
J oseph Sheriff S 5
Belnap and Robert Shaw
p Liberty
yesterday to
serve the
1 er but it
was not served
as the
men m en was not no found youn g
at his
1 f ather however home His Hi I 1
1 f to t o o 0den PS agreed to bring him in i fl 1
soon as he
returns from ret a 1
1 the t he mountains
where ho Is i
cutting tlm tlmSheriff
I h er The I
5 Sheriff S BailerIt complaint was sworn to b r
t t ime Bailey It seems that V a shot noS noSof t L
ago Jennie
Burt a girl
nut muc ix 1
o < ver 24 years of
c < hild The age gave birth to a j
girl has j
i t he Penred P i3 rotl i 5 home as since been a resident at ati atP ii 1 s
S i lncc she TO was a very vet
ls ittle tle girl her mother
having died ana an 1
s s
being a relative of Penrocis wife anS S
j Het 0 Jltory story r coupled ° Pled with complaints from fror n 1
i n
eighbors forms the
basis of thu testS
i u tony on which the complaint
was oidere 1
i the district attorney
Burglary Burglaryatplajn at Plain City
A burglary was committeed some time tim
0 3
c curing d A Wednesday ednesday night at Plain City Ci
t when w heit the safe of K J 1 Garner was wa I
1 blown b o opefl en and his
robbed ro bed The Th e
I burglars b bf must have entered through the Ui
1 front f door forcing
the lock in some sum j
i manner They put powder in the tIi sale sat e
j and a nd blew H to pieces the door hem
being g
1 hurled h urled clear
across the room and the th 0
c contents c of the store piled promiscuously V r
t abo a be t
About f5o 50 in money was taken from frot
U 1
i the t he safe and the books checks nail oa I
pers sorted over o but
loft behind The Tb 10 2
i thieves t also got some goods from the Ui 0 j
place p > lace but they the
pa were not of sufficient It t
a amount a to be Important
The sheriff at Ogden was immediately i f
j notified n and ace Is nt t work on the case caseMrs i I
Mrs Polly Ann Richardson Dead DeadMrs I
Mrs PollyAnn Richardson j I
who In the ti IC
days d ays of her girlhood knew Joseph Smith n
the t he Mormon prophet died yesterday nt e It 11 I
her h er home in Plain City aged 84 years r
Mrs Richardson came to Utah In 1S301 IS 9
and a nd has for many years resided in ii Plain Plal n 1
City The funeral will be held Satur
day c in the meeting house at Plain Fiat in 1
Chicken Houses Burned BurnedFire BurnedFire
Fire lust night at about 11 oclock called calle ed
the t he fire department to the rear of 55ff 3 stc3 it
Twentyfourth street where a number of e I Icaught
c hicken houses belonging to A T Wrhri
caught c fire in some unknown manner The H 0t
flames f were soon extinguished but the tl
chicken c houses were almost a total loss lea
The loss amounted to about 100 The fire U °
communicated to a neighboring barn be b i
longing l to Daniel Humor but It it was not a ot otmuch t
much damaged J
Ogden Briefs BriefsDominlck BriefsDominick
Dominick Manna was yesterday sen so ¬
tenced to ervc two years In the state stateprison sta staprison
prison for robbery The sentence was im It Itposed 1
posed by Judge Howell HowellKuneral HowellFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of tho t i
late Charles Su 3umervIlie mervIUe will be held he S I
Sunday at noon In the Third wardmeet it
lag house houseManager j t
Manager Grant of the Grand opera ope a j
house has arranged for a matinee as wall tv xl U
as an evening performance at the opera OIie a I
house tomorrow of Wests Georgia mln ml fl
tres trgsLOWER
Boise Ida Jan 19 19A A peculiar leg Ic g
iglatlve performance was witnessed witness ed ed1tenet d
here today yesterday Senator Nu N U ULe i
gent of Idaho county Introduced a me memorial iii iiimona Le ¬
morial mona to the president and congress c ngres on onthe Cl Clthe i1
the sujbject of revision of the tariff tariffIt tan I IIt u
It set forth that Idaho was satlsJJed 4 4en i
that bat the people did not want revision revisitaria en i
artd aria asked that no extraordinary ses st 5 5sian
sion of congress Tie called to take tak ac it v
tion on the subject Today with ivititdiscU no nodiscussion vno 0
discussion discU iOn other than some remarks remarksby reman ks ksby s
by Senator McBeth Democrat it was iv as aspasseef s
passed the two wo Democratic members menib ra rato s
voting against it When it nas sent to
ihe Jtuds that body unanhuously i 0 I
fused to concur and sent it backto the t tnate he 0he e I
t ll2k nid Drma
One of o tiat most interesting ward en
tcrtainmcrts given In Salt 1alt rteentljr rteentljrwas
was tbt Jh th the < Txrntiseventh ward wardassembly
assembly r6r rooms ma last night An operetta
A Marry Company or tb the Cadets Pie Picperformers
nic Wa treenteil There were fort3
performers all of them ehlMrr under
the direction of Mrs Walter QA Oelelt > lt and anttthe
the performance went with a j ivsp p and andsmoothnes
smoothnes smoothnesa that showed car careful S l prep preparation ¬
aration and competent Instruction The Theoperetta
operetta vlll be rePeated tonight tonightTonight
Tonight Jn tho Salt SaitLake Lake theatre Rose
Melvillw opens an engagement in Sis SisHopkins
Hopkins a rural comedy that has de delighted ¬
lighted thousands of playg playgisers ers during its itslong itslong
long red nd prosperous carcar
The seat sale for J H Sto Stoldnrt l < 3art in
The Bonnie Brior Bush or eens ens at a th thmorning the
box office of the Salt Lzte thelre this thismorning
morning The engagement opens Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight
night and during its progress Salt Lair Lakers Lairera ¬
ers will he given their final Hjortunt nLportUUIties Hjortuntties
ties to sec Mr Stoddart Thl This te his last lastseason ISsiseason
season on the stage at least so far as asthe asthe
the country at large is concerned
The Th Advance pale of seats for the Melba Melbaconcert Melbaconcert
concert at th the Tabernacle next Frffl Frfdet y yevening
evening is progressing splendidly xt the theClayton C
Clayton music store it is certain now
that Mme Melba and her talented ar attists
lists will be received by a large audi audience ¬
Copenhagen Jan 19 19The The n flftW w wsteamer
steamer Prlns Vladimir a atid d the thesteamer
steamer Slam have been purchase by byRussia
Russia from the East Asiatic Steamship Steamshipcompany C CcOmpdfly
Notice NoticeTHE NoticeTHl
holders of the DalyWest Mining romps
ny a corporation of Colorado for the
election of directors and the transaction t
of such other business as may ma lawfully
come before it will be held at the office a
of the company room 515 Boston building
Denver Colorado on Monday February I
30th 1905 12 b at 4 oclock p m of that day
Secretary the DalyWest Mining Compa Company ¬
An Ordinance
An ordinance confirming the assessment ii
upon the property not already assessed I
in the following portion of Sewer District
N > Jo o 1 towlt that portion of saW dls dt
trict tn ict bounded on the north bvthe by the south t
line li ne of South Temple street on the oast eas t
by the center line of Tenth East street
on the south by the center line of Fifth i
South S outh street and on the west by the ccn
tor to n line of Second East street Jill in ii C
Sewer S ewer District No 1 of Salt Lake City Cityr
for fo r the construction of a sewer
Be it ordained by b the city council of 0 0alt f
Salt S alt Lake City Ctahr CtahrSection
Section 1 That the assessment list listmade us t
made m ma ade by the city treasurer as corrected correctedf i
approved a and completed by the board of ofequalization u uualization f
equalization eq eqa ualization ahd review heretofore ttiiI tally tallyappointed i
appointed a by the city tty council for that thatpurpose thae it t
purpose of the Property abutting on the thenorth tb e
north n rtb side of Fifth South street between betweenSecond II
Second S East and Tenth East streets on onthe oi II
the ti le west aide of Third East street be between beween
tween t ween Fourth South and Fifth South Southstreets
streets st reets on the west side of Third East Eaststreet 1
street st reet between First South and Second ii
South S outh street on the east side of Secelliii Third ThinC ii
East E ast street between South Temple nnd an C
Third T hird South streets on the south side sideof sid 0
of o f Third South street between Second 11
East E ast and Third East streets on the SeconLi south Li
side si de of Third South street between a
Eighth E ighth East and Tenth East streets betweola on o a
the tl ie north side of Third South street be
tween t ween Seventh East and Tenth J3 J5s st t
streets st rCets on the east side of Second East Ens EnsII it
street st reet between South Temple and Third ThirdSouth ThinSi II
South S outh streets on the west sido of Ninth Si
East E ast street atree between First South and Nintiii Fifth FifthSouth ii
South S outh streets on the east side of Ninth NinthEast Nintii FiftiIi Ii
East E ast street between South Temple and andFifth an ii
Fifth F ifth South streets on the south side We or orFourth 0 r
Fourth F ourth South street between Fifth East Eastand ESS ESSix 0it it
and a nd Tenth East streets on the north northside fort1de ix
side si sio de of Fourth South street between Sec Second 5eCnd ¬
sib ond o nd East and Fourth East streets and andbetween an anetween
between b etween Sixth East and Tenth East Eaststreets Ear Eartreets
streets s on the west side of Tenth East Eaststreet Ear Earreet
street st stS stlE reet between Second South and Fifth FifthSouth Flit Flitii
South S outh streets on the east side of Eighth EighthEast Eightci ii
East lE ast street between First South and andFifth an ci
lEF lEo lET Fifth F ifth South streets on the west side anC id ida C
of o f Eighth East street between South a
Temple T and Fifth South streets on both bOtia it l
sides si siS des Of Seventh East street between betweenSouth a i
South S outh Temple and First South streets streetson 5
on o n both sides of Seventh East street be
tween t ween Second South and Fifth South Southstreets beii ii
streets s on the west side of Sixth Sootit East Eas it
street s between First South anti Fifth Fift Easit it i
sS sE South S outh streets on the east side of Sixth Fiftii ii i
East E ast street between First South Slatd and an d l
Second S SS South streets on the east side anef or c ef r
Sixth S ixth East street between Third South ch h i
and a nd Fifth South streets on the east SoutIc side sid Ic e
o f Fifth East street between Frst Soot sidh h i
and a nd Third South streets on the east side sideof sld sldit C s
of o f Firth East street between Fourth FourthSouth it i
South S eiutb and Fifth South streets oiv Founta the thewest U a a
west w est side of Fifth East street between a i
First F irst South and Fifth South streets betweeU on o U i
the t he east side of Fourth East stcet be be or r
tween t weon First South and Fifth South Southstreets Sout beIi Ii l
streets s on the west side ef Fourth Soutit East Ea it t
street s between betwe n Second South and Fifth Flit It l
South S outh streets in Sewer District No Flitit l ot C it r
Salt S alt Lake City for the purpose of con CC C
striicting s sewers upon said portions of f
f said s aid streets is hereby confirmed and andthe an ti
the t he assessments made and returned ana in I a
said s aid completed lists are hereby con cotrmed II I
l firmed fi rmed
Section 2 This ordinance shall take takeeffect tale taleffect 0 i
effect e upon approval approvaLPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake La I
Cf City C ity Utah January 16th 1B05 1i10 and re ne
f erred to the mayor for his apurovnl apurovnlJ
City Recorder
Approved this 19th day of January Jann r r I
State S c tate of Ltah City and County of Salt SaltLftVfi Sa It t
LftVfi 69 69T
T J S Critchlow city recorder of Salt SaltLake Sn It
I Lake L ake City Utah do hereby certify that tin Snlt lt
t the he above and foregoing Is a full ft tinto true trueand tnt to
w and a nd correct copy of an ordinance en at atitled 1
t titled An ordinance confirming the as assetssment a
s setssment ui UOfl n the property not already amend I
assessed a in the following portion of Sew Setr C
or O r District No 1 towlt that portion portlejf
of o f said district bounded on the notS notSy orth orthby
by b y the south line of South Tin Teulule l street streen
on O n the he east by the center tine of Tenth Foal Foalast
E ast treet on the soutlx by the eante eanteine
l ine Fifth Stifuth strieet szi on ti
w ost b the center line of Sertotid ES at
street s all in n Sewer District No 1 of ofa
S alt Lake City for the constructiun C Csewer o
a sewer passed bv the city council eoincilalt of j
f Salt S alt Lake City Utah January Wth 1905 1 1nd
a i nd aimcoved fey the mayor January Januax9th
19th 1 9th 1S05 1105as as appears of record In my of o oice
flee f ice
Jn witness whareot I have here herunto
unto sot my hand and affixed the theSeal ti tiSeal
Seal corporate seal of sald aaicilty lty this this13th Ut Utits its its19th
13th day of January 11C 11CJ 1tiflJ
Bill No l City Rcnrdar
Sever 5c vr Extension No 133 13 readvertisod I
j 1905 tU tUiI
i I iI
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i < ii insisted on
i t
HUSLERS ROUR ROURt 13 tie 13tie tieV V V
t And sot It It really dont make makeany
j any difference to the grocer grocerbut grocerbutI but
f i notice It does maKe a a great greatdeal
fa yf
fa deal of difference with my myAN mybread
Shown to be Absolutely False by Modern Modt ModtScience rn
People used tq think that baldness was wasone it itone tea
one of those thjnss which are handed handeddqwn lined lineddwp
dqwn from generation to generation from fgi
father to son a0fluSt just like a family heirloom fgirn rn
Science has ha shown the falseness of this t his
belief by proving that baldness itself itselfnot Is
not a constitutional disease but the result resultof res resof
of a germ invasion of which only Herpl Herplelde bier bierdde
elde can effectually rid the scalp
Washing only cleans the scalp of Dan Di
druff it doejsnrt doesnt kill the germs gerrqaDestroy
Destroy the cause you remove the ef
feet feetNewbros Newbros Herplclde will do this In
dvery case It is also adehj9i dJei 5
F5 5F5 F5ldb
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stamps Detroit for Mlchv sample eaniqle n to The Horpicide Co C o
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ATI Orainance OrainanceminuB Ordinnncetc
tc ORtirNAaCj ONPiTiJtO TalE TalEeemset
eemset tttbe1tropdlt1 tttbe1tropdlt1es
sid sidmi es of Tbfrd stree trOntiPrO iNlt OC OCmEs
minuB mi miSt mEs between F and G strtets to O Ostreet 0rOM
street St Stee rOM tn sewer district Jo 1 for the theco thejitructoa
co ee jitructoa strtict o of o s sewePr sewePrI wr wrlie
lie L I ii urd ordi5inett tned bytlie by tita < Jtyef ttyceunefl uneH ef efSalt oflt
Salt Sa lt t inke > ke City Sty 1tah 1taheetion tah tahSection
Section S 1 That O the s > a6 asseegmet > smp t li ltt t m fltadC fltadCtue oe oeby
h by the city tTCASwrer as e verrected rre ted ap approved sePuvedt ¬
proved pr uvedt and completed by the board of ofequallcatton ofualisatIon
equallcatton eq gail review heretofore duly dulyappointed tIul tIulpomntad
appointed aep pomntad I T the cHy council for thut thutpurport4 tfletrpoil
purport4 iu rpoil of the property abutting on both bothsides bothdes
sides si des of Third street from the present presentsewer hlresefltwer
sewer se wer terminus between F and G streets streetsto
to G street in sewer district No 1 of atht
Suit Sa Sast ht Luke City Hg ft fr r the puroos htilD of con constructing conructitig ¬
structing st a sewer upon salt portion of ofsaid ofia
said sa ia street ia hereby confirmed and the theassessments tiresesetnenis
assessments as mad and returned in said saidcompleted saidnipieeti
completed cQ lists are hereby continued
Sec This qrdiminee sltnli take effect effectupon effecte
u upon UI approval
Passed by the e city cotincH of Salt I Lake Lakety ake akeCity
City Ci ty ftah Jan 1C 19i 1 and referred to totho toe
tho th e mayor for his approval approvalS
City Recorder
Approved this 19th day of C January IMS IMSRICHARD 1905RICHARD
Mayor MayorState Mayortate
23 State tate of Utah UtahCity EtnhCity
City and County oC Salt L Lkrs k ss
I J 1 S Critchlow city recorder of Salt Saltake
Lake L ake CIty Utah do lb hereby certify that thate
ti the th e above and foregoing is I a f tall H trt trtand true trued
a and an d correct copy of an ordinance entitled
An ordinance confirming the assessment assessmentupon assessmentpon
u upon pon the property on both slow of Third Thirdstreet Thirdreet
street st sta reet from present terminus b between twe F Fand Fnd
and a nd G streets to G street In sewer dir ¬
trict tr trse ict No 1 for the construction of a asewer awer
sewer se wer passed l by > y the city council of ofalt
Salt S alt Lake City TUh Jan IS IMS and andpprovea
approved a by the mayor Jan 19 IStS 1I as asappeaum asppears
appeaum a of record In my office
In witness whereof I have here hereunto hereunto ¬
unto set my hand and nfrtxed the theeal
Seal S eal corporate xeeal al of s raid M city this I
13th dti dy > of January 15BK 15BKJ 19 19J
City n Itecuriler Cerdr CerdrSewer
Bill No x 5 5Sewer
Sewer Extension No Its ItsAn 118An
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
a assessment upon tb the property on boil > H > th thsides I
H sides si des of G street from present terminus terminusOf I
n Of f sewer between First and Second Secondstreets I
streets st reetf ore block north In s apwec w v dtotrkt
No N o l for the construction of a zwwer zwwerBo
Bo U ordained by th the city council of ci r
Salt < S alt Lake City Utah UtahSection
Section 1 That the assessment lists listsmade list listade C
ma made m ade by the city treasurer a as corrected enrrectcapproved correctedpproved
approved a and completed fcy ta rae beard of ofequalization n r
e equalization and review heretofore duly eIuI eIuIppointed
a appointed > liv y the city o eemieU > imell f for r that thatpurpose thaiurpose
P purpose of the proj propert7 erty abutting on > bt boti > th
a Meeef W > 0f G street fr from m tl the e pr present snt iwfr eewcirminus
t terminus te rminus between First Ft t and Second Secondstreets Seconereets
s streets st reets one block north in sewer district districtof
2 N o I ot Salt Lake City for the nrpost
n of f constructing x i sewer noon SAM i iwr iwron > or
t tion ti on of said street is h hereby reby confirmed confirmedand
a and nd the assessments made an anti l returnee returneesaid
li in said completed lists are re hereby con conrmed ¬
t firmed firmedSee fi rmed rmedSee
i See 2 This ordinance shall take effect effectupon t tOs
v upon Cm Os approval approvalPass approvalPasof
Pass Pasof < l by the city cuineU of Salt I Lake > ake
City C ity Utah Jan 16 UK and referred to t te
t tho th e mayor for his approval approvalJ
CUr Cli Recorder
Approved this 19th d eleiv v of JnnuHr 103 L LRICHARD
Maor Maortate
State S tate of ttah ttahCity ttahCity
City and County of Salt Lake Lakesa s
I J S Critchlow city recorder of Salt t talea
i Lsk L alea City ftali do hereby certify that t
t he above and foregoing ie is a full true trueand tnt t tnd
and a i nd correct cony oi an ordinance entitled
An A ordinance confirming the assessment assessmentupon asseexernenpon
i upon u pon the property on both sides of G Gstreet
s street from present terminus of sewer r retween j
i l b etwcen First
and Second streets > one en S I
i block b north In sewer district No 1 for to r
t tho he construction of a sower nasfed by b
i iho h city council of Salt Lake City Ttah Ttahas r
j J an let 1910 and flpproved 1y the mao
J ate 19 I90 as appears of record in my m
c office o
Tn j witness whereof I have hero hernunto herounto
unto sot my hand and affixed the lb
Seal corporate peal ea1 of said city ihfte thi
13th day of January IMS IMSJ
City Recorder RecorderSower
BUt No 2 2Sower
Sower Extension No 1 150 150An 9 9An
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
assessment a upon the property on the Tillt west westside wee t
s side si de of First West street from South Tem Tempie I
I pie p ie street to North Temple street in i
s sidewalk s district No 20 for the con I
struction s of a cement sidewalK
Be it ordained by the city council of c if
S Salt S alt Lake City rtah rtahSection VtahSection
Section 1 That the assessment list made 0
1 by b y the city treasurer as corrected ap C Croved
l proved p and completed by the board of e 1
equalization e and review heretofore duly deti V Vppointed
appointed a by the city council for that tha
l purpose p of the property aborting on the Ut
west w < est side of First West street from South Sout ii
Temple T emple street to North Temple street In i n
sidewalk s district No 20 of Salt Lake city it itor
for f or the purpose of constructing a cement cemer
sidewalk s upon said portion of said street
is i n hereby confirmed and the aieessments
made n and returned in said completed lists lisi
ar a re hereby confirmed
See 2 This ordinance shall taKe effect
upon u pon approval anprotalPassed
Pasted by the city council of Salt Lake Lah
City C ity Utah Jan 16 1105 and referred to
the t he mayor for his uoproval
Cltr Cit Recorder RecorderRICHARD
Approved thw 19th thee at Jata 190
Mayor MayorState Mayortate
State S tate of f fCity Utah
City and County of Salt Lake Lakeas ss
I J S CritehK > w city recorder of Salt Sit It
Lake City Utah do hereby certify that the It
the t he above and foregoing is i a full till true tv a
i and a nd correct copy of an ordinance entitled
An ordinance confirming the assessment
upon u pon the property on the west side of ofstreet
F irst Went Street from South Temp
street s sd < to North Temple street In sidewalk 5k
district d No 20 for the construction of a
cement c sidewalk passed by th the citv cii
council c of Salt Lake city Utah Jan 1C 1CIn I
and approved by the mayor Jan 1 9
1 90 as appears of record in m ogflee
In j witness whereof 1 1 nave lien here ¬
unto set my hand and affixed the II
Seal corporate seal of sajtt aaJ city this Ut
19th day of January 1905
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Bill NO 1
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