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Railroaders Butt Bu in on Rubber by byThree byThrce
Three Points PointsMILWAUKEE PointsMILWAUKEE
I ITuxe
Standing of Teams TeamsWon TeamsWon
Won 11 Lost L St P C
Tuxedos Tuxe os e T IS s PZ 643 13
Nonpareil 26 616 16 610 G1
Brilliants BrIJJI nt5 j t i 21 jfiss
Railroads 22 23 4W
Senators S < nutors 17 i 2G Ii 403 40
Independents 13 1 a > 310 310That 10 10That
That same hard luck tale was hoard hoardaround he rd rdnround
around Uiebpwlliur Ul the 19wlllu alleys last la t flight after
the 1h < Brilliants and Railroaders Ranr ad got
throuerbwlth throu throuh b WIth their weeklv weekI pink t pparty i party
Captain artain Smith of the Brilliants Wsuo vtk v as no ¬
ticed 11 < ed with a pencil and Km fl paper ptlper trying tdh to
figure out ou how It all happened wllllethe wllllethesoro wunc WflIIetheoro the thesorl
soro oro boy In loud tones announced that
tiic 1h Railroaders had captured the rubber rubbergame rubberm rubbergame
game m by the close < margin m trgm of three points
The Brilliants claimed with glee that they
beat 11f at their t eir rivals In the total number numb r of ofpoints ofmlJltsSQ of11Its
points mlJltsSQ 11Its scored 50rettfor redtfOJ for the evening but as the thepin thepin thepin
pin boy 00 Shouted un uIJ the alleys That Th t cuts cutsno cutsJIO cutsro
no fleuro n rItirOin uru in the percentage table The Thetotals Thettn1s lctttlg
totals of bath t th leams1o teamslobked kcd like acouple acoupleof aco p1e p1eor
of amateur aggregations had beon out outf outfo
f fo < > r l a little practice 1 work and the other othertoams othertatn othertams
tams remarked rt > Easy money when whenVails whEnlallR whenballs
balls and pins were put away for the thecvonlng thepnlng theevening
evening cvonlngTobln eveningTobn pnlng pnlngTobin
Tobin Whitney Vhltne Williams and Mays lIu s got gotover gotocr gotOver
over the 260 2 > 80 mark and all the time visions visionsof
of o what Milwaukee looks like hovered hoveredover hoveredover
over the lower end of the allevs Their Tholrscores Tholl5orp8 Theirsnores
scores would certainly certalnl make a good show showIng ahowing showthg
Ing down in that part of tho country but butit butIt butit
it is claimed walking is bad at this time timeof timeoC timeof
of the 111 year ear and unless there is some something tIOmething ¬
thing doing doln pretty soon by the league leaguecommittee leaguEommitt4 Ieaueommittee
committee ommitt4 Went Temple street Is about aboutas
as far as they will get getThe g getThe 1 1The
The score orc
Railroads RailroadsTotals
St Sp U Eo EoWhit EVhItney
Whit VhItney ne < > > 1OS t OS 1 73 5S2 16 3 3XIon i a
4 XIon eIson J 148 143 1S517 6 15 4 I 5 5JJrle 513r1e
JJrle 141 1S5 181ii01 S 16 4 5 5Martlit
Martlit artln 141 110 1 1O4lD 10 1 5 11 6 S SVJlJiams SWilliams
Williams n 169 1 1875S7 1SS 13 9 4 4 4Totals I
Totals 842 S S14 i SSG SS5 2541 47 47 6 6AY 59 21 21AveragWh1they 23 23Average
Average AY AveragWh1they r Whitney hltne 1W 1 Nelson 133 23 23Price 23Price
Price rlc4 1 160 Martin Iartln 1 130 23 2 = Williams Williams1S5 ll11ams I
1S5 I 28 Z Brilliants
A W Yo SmithISC Smith lG 188 177 1TT520 520 o 9 15 4 I II 2 2Downing
Downing I > 159 17S 1S2510 1s lO 7 17 17lraf 2 i 4 4Mav
Mav < 173 200 OO 180653 ls0 51 15 > 7 S t 5 5Tobln 5robln
robin 181 216 191 191104 6W 17 T 1 5 5Probert 5lrobert 5Irobert
Probert 130 152 149 H9HO 140 6 12 J 5 JT JTTotals 7 7Totals 7Totals
Totals Tilo Si S10i34 9jt JW SS22826 SS2 66 M 51 l is SS S 16 16 l 23 23Average 23AveragesA 2 2AYerRgeaA
Average AYerRgeaA A W p Smith ITS 13 1 Down Downing DownInl Down5ng ¬
ing Inl 17 li3 Mays li 13 Tobin 198 1 Probert
146 1 16 23 3
Spracklin Gets Decision DecisionDetroit DecisionDltrolt DecisionIetrolt
Detroit Mich Jan s ItVillle Willie Spraok SpraokHn
Hn of Windsor In tor Out cot ot a decision to tonight tonlJ1ht tonight ¬
night over Dusty Miller of Chicago Chicagosiftfr Chicagolft Chicagoafter
after lft r ten rounds at the Detroit Athletic Athleticclub AthleticIub
club clubV Iub IubANOTHER 1 UI UIT
A mw nt bowling league ragup known as the themmerei th thcmmprelal theC
cmmprelal C < > mmerei l Bowling league has been beenorganized beNtrganlzed beenrganizeJ
organized and opened oIJeu their season se SOIJ last lastcwnlng lauitnln lastvnlng
cwnlng nln wjth games between the Short Short1inps ShortLlnfS ShortLines
Lines ami KeithoBrlen toung The TheiSliort Thehtrt TheShort
Short Liines captured all three of r the thegamos thegaOllS theganus
gamos gamosThe gaOllSThe ganusThe
The scores
Short Shorttin ShorttinWnid Lines LinesOld incs incsooI
Wnid ooI 1S3 1 12 155V 1 4 I1i 41Old I1iOd l
Old OldJrigsjs 161 1 jj 3 112 113tfJ 113tfJGrlg 305 2f 2friggs
Grlg Jrigsjs JrigsjsA 8 116 153 141 401 40alllum 409Viiltamg
A iHtams lllum 110 ISO 1Os 135 1 1Smders ije ijeItS
Smders s undera ItS l 137 171 446 446Totals 44 44Totals Wirotals
Totals 1Ti 77 035 7182WO 7182WOKeithOBriens 712N0KelthOBriens 18t80KclthOBriens
KeithOBriens KeithOBriensBrodlP KelthOBriensBrodts
BrodlP BrodtsOlson > 98 IS 1JO 95 3S 3SOlsoi
olson 1M 1 143 205 20 502
Rosenblath 145 149 132 13J2 13J2Fhhy 42ti 42tipiby 426tehiy
piby S3 s 120 10S 1 313 313alklr
Walker alklr 114 150 iw 1710 17 437 437Totals 417i 437Tttals
i Totals 500 ij ijI ijWISE COS 713200L 713200LWISE jl 2001 2001l
l I
Poor oor Hide dC Lands n Trapsetter t Second SecondBarrack s SecondBarrack c n nBarrack
Barrack Wins in a Run Runaway Runaway Runaway ¬
away Race UacePan Racean Racelan
Pan an Francisco Jan 30 JOA A fair track at
Kmeryvllle Emt vlll today upset some of the eal calc1
c1 t stations of the wlso wl ones In the open openlrp OlHUjr openrg
lrp jr rg vent a poor ride Jftndetl Trapsetter
iHhiiul Hawaiian and in the th < fourth Bar Barluf Barrack
r rack < uk mon a runaway ra race 1l1sts Pride Prideg Pridetre II
luf g f favorite tE In t the sixth won in a dri driin drlv drlv1ri
in a finish Results ResultsFirst 1 itesults1irst e
First race Futurity course eounttThe The Ha1 its itsattn
waiian attn won Oft Trap Trztpstter M tter second Pencil Me Metlilrtl 110thltd MethIrd
thIrd Time nmell1 nmell1ond LhnelllSe 111 111Soronil
Soronil Se > ond race lRC six lx furlonirs furlomsGoJden Golden Idol IdolUHt Idoln IdolLily
UHt n Lily Golding socond S StaR H Jose third thir thirJ thirdinrjY I IJimo
Jimo JimoTh J JmI JmIIII inrjY inrjYTh
Th rd 1 < 1 race five furlonjrs furlongsBest Best Be t Man Manwon Manson IRn
won 011 Pure Dale second Educate third thirdTlmel06v thirdrtnle1 thirdrImeI
Tlmel06v Tlmel06vFourth rtnle1 06 06Iourth 06Fourth
Fourth rAte mile and fifty flft yards yardBu yardBureltk yardeBrrak Bar Barra
ra reltk < k won Cincinnatus second Instrument Instrumentthird Instrumentthird I nstrumntthird
third Time Timel Timel6Y Timel6YFifth 18 18Fifth l lFifth
Fifth race seven furlongs CurlongsDorll Dora I won won1Vxy wonGrandllasecond won1xy
1Vxy Grandpa Grandllasecond second Box Elder third thirdTimo thirdlirntl thirdTirn1
Timo lirntl 136 136Sixth 35 35J 3 3Sixth
Sixth mce flv five and a hajf furlongs furlongsMlstys rurlongMistys
Mlstys J Pride d won T Tramoter n ot second 8 8Vny Soa SoaVoyage ea eaVyage
Voyage Vny gc third Time TlmelU TlmelUMOTOR TIme1UiIVIOTOR 111 111MOTOR
firmond Fte F Jan 30 3nA A worlds worl < < 1s record
fT f r motor c cars trt has been It > n mad made for or IflO IflOmile lIlt lIlt11Il 1It 1ItIik
mile Iik H IL W v T Fletcher driving drhln an au eighty efht efhtr
> rsopower r pow r car covered the distance tb tbiU to toR
iU > in in 1 hour 26 41 6 minutes ln slid t1 33 seconds secondsm eeondsUi
m average R aerat of 4S 3K seconds n t1R3S a R3S R3Sm mile m go anrti anrtiating and i
haUng ating all U other contestants br b about
ttirrc t II r minutes Ten of the fastest cars carsEtarted carstt
tt Etarted arted in this race raceNEW raceNEW rsceNEW
Awakening Is Surprise of Day at atIxis atAscot atI
Ascot AscotIAs AscotLos
Los Angiiles A1tl le Cal Cal Jan SO toA AvHkunln iwskuninga AvHkunlna
a now starter lrter ad t Ascot furnl furnished ta tl tho 8ur 8urrh surS ur urrjj
S rjj ri o of the day by winning at t 16 to 1
Two favorites two second cholc choltto t OHO OHOin OROinil esoh
in h inil tvil tviiy > played third choice and an a out outfil outj outtiler
fil tiler j r wens aucceeefwl Mlccea tul Merce Mertftt played playedfrm pladfCnl ptaycil1r
frm 1r rn 10 to 1 to 6 tell hi I romb rom rombed bed l home In Inrnnt inrnt
fr rnnt nt Wouthor clear cl9 clyar r track fast HilL Re Rcsults Retult Recults
cults sultsFirst tult cultsFIrst
First raco mile and a sixteenth sixteenthFree sixteenthFreeEi Free FreeMrs
Mrs Ei S ts 8 won All Holla second Straggler Strugglertliiri
third Time TJmel TJmelIrond TfmeI44 1 1f
5 f Srcond roond race fi tto o and A 1 a half furlotiRtj furlotiRtjMfr Curlt1n Curlt1n1rrps
w Mfr 1rrps < f > s won L Linda > inda Rose second 1K < 0nd Crown CrownPrincess CrownPrin CrownI
I Princess Prin s third th rd Tim TlmltIU TlmltIUThird TIme1OUV lW lWThird
V Third race race sIx Ix and a half furlongs fU1longSArabo furlongsArabo
Arabo won Tim Payne second secon Kcnll Kcnllw Kcnllworth Kenilvcrth
w worth < rth third T1me TimeOYz TimeOYzI Tlmei0Fourth lOV4 lOV4Fourth ½
Fourth I < race mile and an eighth chhthGoldenLight chhthGolden eighthGoldenLight Golden GoldenLight
Light won HelKerson second Position Positionthird Positionthird Positionthird
third Timo Tlmo1it Tlmo1itFirth Timei 14 14Fifth 5W4 5W4Fifth
Fifth race five lve furlonss Curlon furlongsAwakening furlongsAwakeningwon Awakening sAwakenlnWon Awakeningwon
won La Londe second Gold Enamel Enamelthird Enamelthird Enamelthird
third Time Time10J Time10JSixth 101 101Sixth 01 01SIxth
Sixth race mile mlleElevon Eleven Bells won Ban BanCillo BanGillo Band1o
Cillo d1o second Motlakatlu third Tim TlmeII TlmeIIII 142 142A
Into which you rou can throw your yo r papers papersand papersand papersand
and then th n find them when you want wantthem wantthem aut autthem
them will wlllslwe save you rnpijet mJn We Vo ar aragents are areagents nraagen
agents agen tn jf n1 r HGloh GlomliJ fev fevthe v rhltikdf aud carry carrythe enrrtthe
the bigeist bl8 fj sftROWin stw n 0tahvvThe tJtah TI1It Bretu Bretuen Bl t ten
en Office Supply Co60 Co 60 West Sec Setn4 n4 n
Iteilly R biuy Writes That He Has Secured SecuredTwo SecuredTwo SecuredTwo
Two Exhibition Games With Chi Chicago chi chicago dhicago ¬
cago National Club ClubGood ClubGood ClubGood
Good things In the baseball bas < ball line do not notcome notome
I come c in singles It appears Just JustaS as Salt Saltake
Lake L LIs ake fans are informed that this town townto
Is Isi Ist to have ha e the real article of baseball baseballn
In i n a real league comes the information informationthat m rxnatlon rxnatlontbat
that t bat there Is something still bigger in instore Instoro
store s sf for r r them Charlie Rcilly ReUlywrJtcs writes writesi
i sc sth fcpm tz f spm m Los Angeles that he 11 < has signed 81 nea a acontract arcgtca aDnract
contract c rcgtca rcgtcah with h Prank Solee e manaeor of ofe
W I Ipin
ther th e Chicago National league tea teem > m to toplay
play pin p lay > two exhibition games In Salt Lake Lakewhen Lakewhen
w when hen the > Nationals come through this thiscity
city c ity on their way home from lao coast coastDhe
The dates l1at of the games have lun riot been beenset beent beenet
set et t yet tt but It is understood that it will wille
he b e some time noar the first of April Aprileilly
Rellly nenl R eilly says 5l1 S he thinks the fane will ap apprtClate apredate
preciate p redate the big league article when wht > n they theysee
see s ee it and that he is not afraid the team teamhe teame
he h e will secure C < urc for Salt Lake L tke will not notbe notbe iiote
be b e able to make a good showing against againstthm againstt against2m
thm thmRellly t 2mReilly m mR
Rellly R lIIy also writes wrlt > s that he has already alreadysecured alreadysecurPd alreadyecured
secured s several fast men for the Elders Eldersthis 1 Eldershis lders ldersthis
st st this t year ear and has their names nam s attached otachedto
to t o a contract Just who thev th the are he hedoes hedoes heoes
does d oes not state st tz but local fans fan are will willins wtllIng willng
ins I ng to tak tak7 takehls r his is word for it that they theyarc thcyare theyre
arc a re all rjsht rjshtNEILdYLAND rlh1NEILHYLAND rlhtEILI4YLAND
Frankle Neil and Dick Hyland Hylandmeet Ifylandmeet
meet in San Francisco tonight in ina Ina Ina > 1
a battle for the bantam weight weightchampionship weIghtchampionship
championship of America Nell is isthe isthe Isthe
the favorite over Hyland dueto duetoo due duetohis Tto TtohIs
hIs o STeate rexperlence v ng x vv in the v vHyland ri1lg rfiig
Hyland has never fought in the theprofessional theprofessional theprofessional
professional class but has a long longrecord longrecord longrecord
record of victories in the amateur amateurdivision amateurdivision amateurdivision
division Fight critics on the coast coasthave coasthave coasthave
have expressed the opinion that thatthe thatthe thattIe
the mill will be a good one and andthat andthat
that Hyland is liable to prove a big bigsurprise bigsurprise
surprise to the sporting public all allover allover
over the country Neil held the theworlds theworlds theworlds
7 worlds championship until recent recently reccntly recently
ly being defeated by Bowker in inEngland inEngland inEngland
England A victory for Hyland Hylandwill HJolandwill Hylandwill
> will probably result In a match matchwith matchwith matchwith
with Bowker in San Francls Franciscowithin o owithin owithin
within a short time timeSigourney th timeSigourney o >
Sigourney Won First Game GameChicago GameChlc GameChico
Chicago Chlc o Jan 30 30V W H Sigourney of ofSan orSan ofan
San S an Francisco won the first game class classA
A amatuer billiard tournament begun begunat b gun gunat
at the Chicago Aethletic club tonight tonightHis tonightHis tonightHis
His opponent was Charles S Norris Norrisot NorrisotNew of ofNew ofNew
New York YorkWhen YorkThen 5 5lTlen
When Then the Pacific coast representative representativereached representativereached representativeeached
reached r the 300 mark his opponents opponentsscore opponentsscore opponentscore
score s was but 212 Sigourneys aver average average averge ¬
age a ge was as S 437 while that of Norris was
5 52 2236 B6
Keokuk Ia Jan 30 30The The Commer Commercial CommerciaI Commerdat ¬
cial bank clcsed today A sign on the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door announces that the bank affairs affairsare affairsare affairsaie
are tq be wound up upPatronize upe upPatronize
e 4 S
Patronize the Collender CollenderBowling CollenderBowling CoilenderBowling
Bowling Alley AlIe and Billiard Parlor Parl r
S OFFICE 24811 WIISHIPJgTON 1vz 1vzS 1vzOgden IIII
Ogden Tuesday Jan 51
Evidence Being Introduced to En Endeavor Endeavor Endeavor ¬
deavor to Support Charge ChargeBrought ChargeBrought ChargeBrought
Brought Against Politician PoliticianThe
The preliminary hearing of Charles D DiTcXeill DTcX DSteNcil
SteNcil TcX < H1 on the charge of attempted ex exi extortion cxtortlon
i tortlon was commenced yesterday in the themunicipal themunicipal i imunicipal
municipal court and was not completed completedthis completedwhen omplctedwhen
when court took an adjournment rail railthis C711this
this morning mornln The county count attorney attorne E 13T ET ET
T Hulaniaki stated that it had been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the understanding of the attorneys that thatthe thatthe I
the charge of conspiracy should be b taken takenup takenup takenup
up first but If I agreeable he wlshefl wlsheflthat wlshe1that i
that the charge of attempted extortion extortionshould extortionshould xtortlonshould
should be the first Mr Lessenser at attorney attorney ¬ i itorlle
torney torlle for the defendant said It mat mattered flattered ¬
tered not at all which order of trial trialwas trIalwas triaLw
was w adopted Judge Murphy indicated indicatedthat indicatedthat i
that a jury jur trial was the privilege of ofthe ofthe
the defendant and suggested sUJg ted thnt it be I
had Mr Lessenger referred the mnt mntta mnttr mattaT
ta tr to his client who said ne dW not notcarf notcare I Iear
care ear to avail himself of the orivileee orivileeeWill privilegeWill I
Will rill C Ho Howell well was the principal wit witn wltIttfs wit1 wit1HCS
n Ittfs fs and Iid was IIS on the stand nearly All Allday allday 11 11day
day He related the story tor nractieally nractieallyas
as it has been bEt > n published but giving It ItIn ItIn Itlit
In detail He stated state that Mcrjclll ciclll ap approached approached tippreached ¬
proached him threatening to go on the thostand thesland thestand
stand and testify falsely unless he fur furni furniahed
nifcheti ni hed him means to pet et out ot o the lheountr thecountry
country < ountr He came to the Howell store storeSRturday storeSaturday
Saturday morning a week ago and then thenmade th ttdnmade n I Imade
made an appointment for the next Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day night He did not keep the Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight Sundaynight
night appointment but made another for forMonday for11IJnday forMonday
Monday night which he kept IItrwoIl IItrwoIlt II IIoweiltold el1 el1told
t told ld of the mooting Monday night when whenhe whnhe whenus
he had the officers secreted secret and of sub subsenuent subsentient i ieflUent
sentient > > developments as published here herctoforo heretoforQ heretoforQ
toforQ toforoWalter toforQPaller toforQVaiter
Walter D Williams said Rld that he and andEd andEd andEd
Ed Murdick were secreted in the eleva elevator elevator elevator ¬
tor shaft at Howells store Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning SaturdaymornIng
morning when McNeil cXelll made the ap appointment appointmont ¬ I IlOintmont
pointment with Howell Williams had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone there at the request of Burdick BurdickCity BurdickCft BurdickCity
City Cft Detective Ponder and Deputy Sher Sheriff SherIff Sher1ff ¬
iff S A Sebring two of the th officers officersrelated officersrefitted officersrelated
related the circumstances of McNeills McNeillsvisit SlcNelllavisIt
visit to Howells store Monday night nightau nl nightaUd ht htalt1 I
au alt1 l told of McNellls subsequent arrest arrestMteNelll arnstlr arrestMeNeil
MteNelll lr em after some conversation with withHowejl withHowJI withI
lowell I signed II nE the statement which How Howell Howell Ilownil ¬
ell had prepared and stated loudly loudlyenough Joudlynoush loudlyenough
enough for all au to hear h < ar Its It true tru every everywml erpVOtl everyword
word of It Nevertheless this was con contradicted eontnutttl contradcted ¬
tradicted by other statements which ho homadfr homade homade
made at that meeting and also on other otheroccasions othtrucaglons otheroecaxois
occasions when he declared hat Hamcr Hamcrhad HamerhRt1 Hamorliatl
had not put up any job and hsd I in instructed intrllctfd instriacted ¬
structed him to get t > t nothing but truthful truthfultestimony trut truifti1testimony htul htulteftlmon
testimony and that he 11 < was at not to pay payanything payantklnJ payanything
anything for or it the th < written wrltt n statement statementcontained stntementcontain statementcontained
contained contain < d a clause cl8U1 to the effect that Ha Hamer Har hamet
met r hatf ba Irired him to get false testimony tt > tlmon tlmonhen
When hen McCormick appeared apppartd McICelll had hadtaken hadtaken hadtaken
taken back the statement and jut ut it in his hisiporket hispQket hispoeket
iporket saying 8ln that he wanted to exam examinc IXamIne examlire
inc It further It was taken from his hl hlocket hisocket
Iwcket ocket after he was arrested trrcstWCharles arrestedCharles
Charles A Thompson another witness witnesswho witnesswho witnesswho
who was secreted In the store tolJ parts partsof partsof
of o the conversation but he was not close closeenor closeenot closeeflntb
enor eflntb = h 1 to hear it all allTho all111telti allThe
The > rnseeution I I rested ed edR and R McNelll McNelllhimself SleNeillldnuielf
himself 111telti took ke the stand He l claimed I m that thatho thathe fi fih
ho h met Will Howell at eJection l ction time timeand tlmpa11
and was engaged by him to corral corralvototi corm corralvotoa I Ivotf
vototi votf said t1i1 he rounded u UJ > n number numbeyof
of voters and turned turne thorn oer to How HowvH Uo UollI howelI
vH on election f1 eUn day th that t Howell agreed agreedto
to pay tho non lOti i2 ar utece lecc M 1Nelll < N Hl said saidhe saidIe
he 11 handled none of tilt money because becauseIt
It was to tab h be paid by Howell himself He HeflKld 110siil
9 flKld tUl that after election he was employed employedby
by b Dan Hamer to dig up evidence evidencecor evidencecorrfct cor correct or orTfCt ¬
rect evidence nothing wrong He went wentto wentto
to HbwelPs bwells store tor > Saturday aStor Joe JoeLowthtr JoeLowth 1
Lowther Lowth ° r had brought wort word that Howell Howuwautd Howellwauted
wanted to sort ee him He had told tol Hamer Hamerthat Hamerthat HameTthat
that they th < were w < r trying to bribe him ana anaHamer un unHamer in3ihamer
Hamer told him to go ahead and cap capture capoture
ture themrlo set to them get stronger strongerevidence strongerevldtmce strongerevidence
evidence for the contest case He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that If ho hud gotten Howells check checkhe checkhe chechhe
he intended Intend d to turn It over U to Ha Hamasr Bamer Hamar
mar masrMeNoUlH MeNoUlH testimony was not finished tlnlshedwhen tiniihmlwhen finishedwhen I
when court adjourned until this morn mornCOUNTY mornIr mornir
CommissionersSelect Commssioners SeleCt Men For aVa aVarfety a Vat Vatr t trtt
rfety r rtt t ofQffrees ofQffreesthat fCjffT jo joDr
Dr Jqhn hn s Aior origr iqtvrl1J wllitecpiinty DC Wpnf p113 p113se1an h hsJwnn
sJwnn of tebor 4ijor abl1lft wlt1jrty i the a rIlPOTh o1i1moJt o1i1moJtW multi multito
W ta take ertN eft4tjfl J a l Jgqt If1 t D Bthe
11 the PNf lt 503tt > bt lrt iii tM b thI i1ii u1 II 1 1that W5
that time accbfaiftsttf a ae r rd I riS riet rietzesolution tJ fhe thet Icrnlsrt6f Icrnlsrt6ficsolution rni5 < O Ozesolutlon
icsolution passed Yesterday at the t regu
Big Leagues Will Never Consent to toChanges toChanges toChanges
Changes Asked In National NationalAgreement NationalAgreement NationalAgreement
Agreement AgreementNew
New eV York Jan 30 OArttr After a long Ion con conference confCrencc Conference ¬
ference here with H C Pulltam ureS1 tirealdent resi resident ¬
dent of the National league Ban John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son president of the th American league leaguehas leaguehas leaguehas
has practically fixed uP the playing playingschedule playingschedule I
schedule for the coming season Pres PresIdent I
4 dent Johnson arrived from Washington Washingtonwhere Vashingtoflwhere
where W hre he succeeded In effecting tfCectln the t he sale saleof saleof saleof
of the t11 American Amfrl ln League club in that city
to local capitalists capitalistsI
hI I Wave gone over the schedul with withPresident withPresident Uh UhPresident
President Pulllam he uaid ana every ever everytiiing
thing will be satisfactory sut1 fKctOO Therewill Thlre will be beonly
only five conflicting dates in this city cityas eit eitas cityas
as against eleven lust year ear The New Ne NewYork
York Americans will open the champion championship chnmplonship championship ¬
ship season on April 14 at Washington Washingtonand
and will come back here to open Ameri American AmerIean Amencn
can League park on April 1L a week weeklater weekititci
later 111 tcr The season will close Oct 8 This Thiswill lhiswlll rhlswill
will leave l < ao only seven days for the play
Ins of the th worlds series seriesSo scrlesSo seriesSo
So far as the demands of the minor
leagues are concern9d the American Americanleague
league will never accept the proposition propositionthe
the have submitted submittedThe submittedThe submittediThe
The schedule meeting of the Amen American Amencan merl merlcan ¬
can league Ital e will bo hold in this city Feb Febro
20 and that of tho National league either eitheron
on that date or Feb 33 33ARIZONA J5ARIZONA 15ARIZONA
Statehood Bill in Its Present Form JformNot FormS FormNot orm ormNot
S Not Likely to J Pass the theSenate theSenate he heSenate
Senate SenateWashington SenateVashlngton SenateWashIngton
Washington Jan 30 30U It Is by no nomeans nomean nomeans
means certain e rtain how many man new states stateswill statewill stateswill >
will be admitted to the union under underthe underthe underthe
the agreement reached today to vote on onthe onthe onthe
the joint statehood bill and its numer numerous numerousamendments nunierous ¬
ous ousamendments amendments on Feb 7 There are areprospects arcprospects areprospects
prospects however that Oklahoma and andIndian andIndian andIndian
Indian territory will come in as one onestate onestate onestate
state and that New Mexico will come comein comein comein
in an another leaving Arizona as a ter territory territory territory ¬
ritory ritorySenator ritorySenator X XSenator
Senator Beveridge chairman of the thecommittee th thcommIttee thlcommittee
committee on territories who has hascharge hasharge hascharge
charge o of the bill concedes that in its itspresent Itspresent itspresent
present form there is no hope for its itspassage itspassage itspassage
passage He > saps that his desire n now w Is Isto Isto isto
to give statehood to the million and a ahalf a ahalf ahalf
half of people In Oklahoma and Indian IndianTerritory IndianTerritory IndianTerritory
Territory at this time and that later laterArizona laterArlzQna laterAnizQna
Arizona and New Mexico will be ad admitted admitted admltted ¬
mitted as a one state stateIt
It Is said that several new members membersof
of the committee on territories Intend Intendif
if they fall to defeat amendments to tothe tothe tothe
the bill to support the Foraker Forakeramendment Forakeramendment Forakeramendment
amendment which they the believe would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have an effect contrary to that planned plannedby
by its author The Foraker amend amendment amendment amendment ¬
ment provides that either New Mexico Mexicoor
or Arizona by a majority vote could de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat the calling of a constitutional con convention convention convention ¬
vention of the territory and to provide providefor provideCor
for their admission instead Of requiring requiringa
a majority of all the votes of both ter territories territories tennitonies ¬
ritories combined Members of the ter territories territorips territonies ¬
ritories committee are of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that the people of the territories even evenArizona evenArizona venArizona
Arizona when face to t face with a achance ac aChance
chance c 1ance to come In jointly as one state stateor stateor stateor
or remain as territories for an indefin indefinite indefinite indeflnIto ¬
ite period would vote to como In as one onestate onestate onestate
lar meeting of the board of county count com commissioners cornmissioners ¬
missioners missionersJoseph miliSlonrsJosph missionersJoseph
Joseph A Taylor Ta lor the present rese1t superin superintendent ruporinterldentof uporlnte11dentor ¬
tendent te11dentor of the county infirmary Infrrmar and poor poorfarm IJoorfarm poorfarm
farm is to remain In that capacity anti anilhis aUlIhis antihis
his wife is to act as matron Mr 11 Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor by b the terms of his appointment is isto islo iSto
to serve for at least loa t a year yearA rearA ear earA
A change was W s made In the janitorship janitorshipof
of the court house and G D Folkman Folkmanwas
was appointed to that position positionThese positionThese I
These appointments were ere made at theurtemoon the theafternoon tileafternoon
afternoon session sessionAt sessionAt I
At the morning session Hiram L I By Bybee Bybee Bybee
bee was appointed road supervisor ol olUlntsh orUlnth otUlntah
Ulntsh UlnthGeorgc N NGeorge S SGeorge
George Shaw was appointed justice of ofthe ofthe 01the
the peace at Liberty In place of Mr MrHolmes MrHolmes i iHolmes
Holmes who declined to qualify qualifyAssessor quaIlCAssessor qualifyAssessor
Assessor Edwin Dix submitted a list listof listoC listof
of deputy assessors for appointment app 1ntment and andthe undthe andthe
the names were taken under ad a adTISe adTISemat dil slsc slscmert se semt
mat mertCity mtClt matCity
City Clt Engineer Parker who was em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by b the commissioners of Weber Weberat Wobetand eber eberand
and DavIs c cOunties llntlcs to Inspect the bridge bridgeat I Iat
at Ulntah reported that it was erected erectedt croetedseenteen erectedseventeen
t seventeen years ago and should be re replaced replaced replaced
placed or should receive extensive rc rcDAVID rcIrs noplra
plra Irs
Passing of Former Utah Man In Sac SacX Sacamento Sacramento
amento ramentoDavid
X David vld Kay died yesterday afternoon at athis alhis
his home in Sacramento Sacram < 1to of Brlghfs dire disease direease ¬
ease ea e after an illness of over three threemouths threemonths threeuontla
mouths Mr Ir Kay was formerly formerJ one ot otthe orthe 01the
the best known business men of Utah UtahHe etahHe UtahHe
He lived most of his hi life in Ogden Ogdcnwhere Ogdenwhere Ogdenwhere
where at one time he had very ery heavy hcav hcavJntcrcl j
Interests Jntcrcl ts He was as in the fiftieth year yearof JcaroC yealof
of his hlsngc age lie leaves a wife three threesons threesons threeSons
sons and nd one daughter r His oldest son sonW sonY sonr
W Y r O Kay of this city was just re returning rcturnln returning ¬
turning turnln from California and had got as asfar asfar a afar
far as Reno but turned back last even evening cenn evenjng ¬
ing n on hearing of o his fathers death deathWlllard donUtiUard deathWillard
Wlllard iUard Kay I a his brother leaves today toda todafor
for Sacramento SacramentoHAZED SacramentoHAZED SacramentoHAZED
High School Freshmen Freshinenilave Have Harrow Harrowing Harrowing Harrowing ¬
ing Experience With With Upper Men MenThe MenThe MenThe
The board of education L > and Superin ¬
tendent Allison are investigating a se serioua e erlou Cnoun
noun brach of discipline < which occurred occurredat occurre occurreret
at the High school on Friday last when whena wheta
a number or the nuper tipper cltisttincii clu98 1ru hazed hazedseveral hazed5cv hazerseveral t tnitrate
several 5cv ral newly admitted freshmen The Theupper Tieupper 1heupper
upper duramen secured a qunntJty of ofnitrate 0 I
nitrate of ailver and daubed It on the th
faoe of s t dozen of tho freshmen Thcr Thcracid Thi Thiacid
acid stained and burned the faaog or 0
the th victims Yie Jms disfiguring dls1 urlng them to a a con considerable conRlderable ¬
siderable extent It I is possible that thattwo thattwo
two or threq will be permanently ella ¬
i Mayors MayorsMessage MayorsMessageThe Message to Councils CouncilsThe Co ncil ncilThe
The annual message of o the mayor was wassubmitted wassubmitttd wa wasubmitted
submitted to the city council lUst night
The document was quite lengthy giving gllngn givin givina
n general review of the work of o tho de departments depurtmcnt tiepurtmonts ¬
partments partmentsAbout
5 About twentyfour twen twentour four butchers but htS were pres present preseat ¬
eat at the opening of the council by b
invitation to discuss the proposed ordi ordinance ordlnanco ordislanco ¬
nance Imposing a lioenso on moat deal deaiors dealera
ors rsp particularly those hosl engaged in pod podaiing podhung
hung It soon oon developed that the butch butchers butchers butchera ¬
ers were not agreed among amon themselves themselvesas
as r 5 to tin what they wanted and the coun council ¬
i ra aOd aOdmultoI
cil finally I induced i r thorn to defer the themutter Lb Lbmatter
mutter for a week wackThe weekThe
The city elt engineer reported an estimate estimateof 0 0of
I of the lhccost cost of o the sewers proposed for forthe Corthe fo r rthe
the new district to be known its No o lw It Itand I Iand j
and to include that portion ortton of the oily cit olttetwccn
between Twentyeighth and Thirtythird Thirtythirdstreet ThlrtthlrdI lhirtytlilrStreet l
I street and Jefferson and Wall allaenuos avenues
The estimated cost la 08000 an dthe dthematter dthematter dlii dliimatter
matter was referred to this th sewer Vo < r com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitteeA
A resolution was passed that hereafter hereafterthe lercarterthe
the committees of the council boreaftett and not notthe notthe nc ncthe tt
the heads of the departments shall pur purchaec purchaEe putchase
chase the supplies suppliesParley sup supP suppliesParley
Parley P ParleyTttie3 rley Wade WadeDead WadeDeadPtlrlev > Dead DeadParley
Parley Ptlrlev Wade son of 13 Eo W Wade lo local local it itCal ¬
cal managjor of the Utah Ut h Light Rail Railway Ruilwa Halway
way wa t company died di d last night f lg t at S SO5kaftqra
< roJockaftor J O5kaftqra k tt rL a wex wqokfJ kt illnesswith f1JnoQ with brain brainfever bmlnmer brai brair U SU
fever at the family home hOJ 1Qi 522 Twonty TwontyJ Tnontthli4 r
tPt4 t 7 7J S SNew
J New Company r1 Jj nf rm d dJ
J G Repd RCP iSrBro Bro a corpoviUidn corp mtJ n was wasorgaHlixd icr icrQrgatIth4IIeyeeiflrdU La 1
QrgatIth4IIeyeeiflrdU orgaHlixd d y6teruuy t 1 with ti tpltol < of
530000 and articles filedwith tiled wHh th thecount county i I
clerk The TI c corporation rponiUon alisorbsPJ 1 sorb sorbi i J Gi G
Read Epos os harness and saddlery a tJler com OI1
pany P 1n S
s e eJohn
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5 OgdenBr OgdenBiifs OgdenBiifsJohn fs fsJolin
John 1C i Rand Rant ti a young g man mn who wl ar arrlvod a arhd arived
rived iir Ogden with his brother ycstcr cst ri
day da morning mo lng TvasToun was as foutt oud during tjfat tJH = i11 ay
to be b suffering with smallpox and will
be taken out to the pest house hou > o to toA ¬
day dayA
A baby bab bay b was uasS as horn last rJgtft rJ iif to
Mr h and Mrs rrs John J T McGregor McGregorMarriage lotcGrcgorarr
Marriage arr lge licenses li cnses were yesterday is issued Issued ¬
sued to the following rOIlOWlnGeOrgQ George M L Stark Starkaged Starkuged
aged 27 of South Wc Welter r and Miss Eliza E lza ¬
both Miller aged 25 tfr tI WiilartJ tJlard Charles
A Barclay Barela aged ag < 3S and Mrs Irs Agnes gneS
Tamblyn aged 40 both of TorontoCan TorontoCanTHE Toronto Can Cano CanTHE
Is the largest stationery store stor < r In TJtaU lJt4h Vt b
Their stock of blank books and book bookkeepers boOkk boitkeepers ¬
keepers k epers supplies is the best in the thewest thewest theivest
west 60 West Second South SouthNOSWEATSHOP SouthS
10 l make it unclean but a a strictly sani ¬
tary tarybakery bakery and modern machinery to tomake tomake
make Royal Bread absolutely pure and andwholesome andwholesome
wholesome Our crown label on every
loaf At all grocers grocersA gTOcerse gTOcersA
A Daredevil Ride Rideoften Rideoften
often ends in a sad accident To T heal healaccidental healaccidental healaccidental
accidental injuries use Bucklens Ar Arnica Arnica ¬
nica Salve A deep wound in my Jriy foot
from an accident writes Theodore
Schuele ot o Columbus 0 caused me megreat megreat megreat
great pain Physicians Ph slcians were w < re helpless
but Bucklens ArnIca Salve quickly
healed It Soothes and heals burns
like magic 25c c at Z C M 1 I Drug
Require the Most MostCareful Careful Attention as asel1
Well el1 as Good Soil SoilDid SoilDid
Did you ou ever see s see e a rosebush which whiehde de
spite the most beneficent environment of ofsoil ursol
soil of o sunshine and of atmosphere atmosphereseemed atmophortscomed atmosphereseemed
seemed never to achieve a healthy health healthgrowth
growth growthA
A ton of manure will not help a plant
that has a canker eating tln out Its 1tihe heart rt
You must destroy the cause before you youcan youcan ou oucan
can remove the effect
You cannot cure Dandruff and Bald Baldness Baldncss Baldness ¬
ness by rubbing on hair lotions and rub ¬
bing in vaseline etc etcYou etcYou
You must look to the cause of the
trouble troubleIts its a germ at the th < roots p 9r your
hair which causes It to fall out outNewbros
Newbros Herplcide destroys the norm normand Jcrmand normand
and healthy hair is the sure result resultSold resultSold resultSold
Sold by b leading drugclsts Send IDc In Instamps Instamps Instumps
stamps for sample to The Ilerpieldc Co CoDetroit CoDetroit CoDetroit
Detroit Mich MichHEYBURNS lilchHEVBURNS
Special to The Th Herald1 Herald 1
Washington Jan SO SILSenator > Senator Hey Hey1urn Hey1urn
1urn today torl Introduced a bill authorizing authorIzln authorIzlnthe
the Spokane International Hallway corn com4across cornpany om ompan
pan pany to construct Jnd maintain bridges bridgesacross iridgesacross
across Pend dOrelllV dOrel1r and Kootonai I rivers riversin rIverin I Iin
in Idaho
It ItQuite =
Quite Extraordinary ExtraordinaryPhiladelphia ExtraordinaryPhiladelphia ExtraordinaryPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Press PressMrs PressMrs PressMrs
Mrs Malaprop MaJaproplIrs Mrs Vanes awful awfulstuck awfuls awfulstuck
stuck s uck up about her shapely hand handMrs handIrs handMrs
Mrs Irs Browne BrowneIs Is phe he really reullyVMrs
Mrs Malaprop l1alapropOh Oh my ys > Why Whyshes Whyshes WhyS
shes so stuck on rn it that shes hpid d a amarble nmarbl amarble S
marble marbl bust madoof rnad adl1of of it itRace
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Race Suicide SuicideDallas SuicideDalJUs SuicideDallaa
Dallas News NewsPurltano NewsPUrltanoVhnt NewsPuritanoWhat
Purltano PUrltanoVhnt What is jf meant by b this race racesuicide racesuicld racesuicide
suicide I hear so much about aboutDead aboutDead
Dead Game Sport SportVh Why its its1 haying tiayinabet aJ aJn
abet n bat on the favorite when the fifiyto fifb fiftytooneshot to tooneshot
oneshot comes In first llrstCSt
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Dallas News NewsYou NewsYou NewsYou
You seem to think Im lying l jng about aboutthis a out outthis t tthis
this thing thlmrSay thingSay es esSay
Say I didnt d dnt kribw you ou were w re a mind mindreader mi1 mi1rcader I Ireader
reader readerDo rcaderDr
Do you admire physical perfectich In Inman Ii Iiman I I
man or woman Would you like to feel feelas ii iias
as if you could muzzle a lion Let me mesend rn a asend
send you a most interesting bosk tell telling telllag ¬
lag how l w you can be made to feel like a aSamson i it itSamson
Samson All human weakness comes comesfrqm S Sfrojn
frqm a loss of electricity from the body
My electric belt restores It and my m
book tells of the gladdening effect it ithas I t
has on you Cut this ad out and send sendIt sent sentIt
It I mall the book sealed free If you youwill Li Liwill i
will enclose this coupon couponDr couponDr
Dr M A Mclaughlin
906 Market Street San Francisco FranciscoOffice Pran isc 0
Office hours sourss 8 a m to 830 p mSun ¬
days 10 to 1 Seattle office 103 Colum
Lln street Los Angeles 123 South Spring Spninstreet
street sireetNever streetNever
Never sold by drug stores or agents agentsDr agentsDr
Dr 1 M > 1 B McLaughlin 33 33Denver m16tJC i3IitliSt Sf
Denver Colo ColoPlease ColoPlcase ColePlease
Please send me ypur ur book bookAddrass bookNam bookName
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Has the th remedy rcmo within reach Will ho houso hoo I IIt 10 Q
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Cluett and Monarch Shirts colored soft softand sortand so it itand t
and stiff bosoms bosomsLOO
1 LOO < X shirts for i 75o 75oL25 7 Sc
L25 11 and 5150 lW shirts hints for 100 00
5175 17 and 5200 200 o shirts for 150 150There 50 50Ut
There Th rc is no monopoly however about aboutour aboutour abo aboour Ut
our business metfipds met 9ds We 0 try to give givesood givegOQd gi e egood
good values md corner your trade only onlyby onlybymeuns on onby
by bymeuns means of satisfaction No oil look etockeverythlnc st0c st0ceverything lookcverthlnc
everything new and clean cleanPoulton cleanPoulton
Poulton Hadsenr Madsen Owen Co CoUMI3 Ii 1
111113 Main Street
I j i Administrators > Sale SaleNOTICE SnleNOTICE SaleNOTICE
under fi and by virtue of the authority of
an a n order of the probate court of Salt Lake
county count C made and entered on the 21st 1st day
of o r January 1905 the e undersigned admin
istrator Is Isd irator of the th < state st 5tht te of George 11 Shaw
deceased d on Friday Frida the Sd d day of Fob Fe
I ruary m ary l00 1905 at the hour of 12 1 noon at the tb theest
west w est front door or the Joint City and
County C ounty buildIng bulldln In Salt Lake City < 1 and
county count c state > of ttah will sell at public
I auction a to the highest bidder for cash all
I I I the th t ti h real rea property belonging to said estate QStateconsisting estate0nslstag
I consisting e et of an undivided onehalf one hRIt In inerest
terest t in lot 5 block 0 plat F Salt Saltake
I Lake L ake City Cit survey sur y S
Dated at Salt Lake City ytah Itaft this 21st 1stay 1st
day da d ay of O January 1303 I
< Sjgnod 3 jgned snod is II B WICKS I
Administrator A of the Estate tate of Goorse GoorseAn I
li Shaw 1 1An
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN S I IJN
use u se of streets and sidewalks s by b minor minorpeddlers minorpeddlers minoreddlers
peddlers p and vendors
Bo it ordained by b the city council or ofalt
Salt S alt Lake City Utah
Section 1 That it is and shall be un Wiawful ¬ i ilawrui
lawful l for any female under the ago u c of ofeighteen orelsht
eighteen elsht e en OS 1S years Crs to sell peddle or vend vendor vendr cnd cndoroUer
or oroUer O r offer for sale on any street or side sidewalk sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk or Salt Lake City Clt any newspaper newspaperor
or o r newspapers nt > magazine or magazines magazinesor
or any other article or articles or merch merchandise merchandise rncrchandise ¬
andise or a any y tiling or things of any anynature anynature anyature
nature n or description d < whatsoever and it Its
is r s and shall be unlawful for any par parent parcnt parent ¬
ent guardian or person having the cus cu cusody ¬
tody tod t charge or control of any female femaleunder Cemaleunder femaleunder
under eighteen IS years enrs of age to com compel comP campej ¬
pel P lf counsel or permit such females rem des to tosell togQ tosoil
sell gQ peddle or vend or to offer to sell sellpeddlo sellpeddlo slipeddlo
peddlo or vend any anynewspaper newspaper or news newspapers ncwsg newspapers ¬
papers or marorine or magazines or any anyother
other g o article rW I o 01 > vendible 1diom whatsoever t ru ruun upon uponany uponny
any un a ny street str et or sidewalk of SalfLake Sal Lake City
It shall also bo unlawful for anv an boy boyunder bo boyunder p punder
under the age of fifteen O5 15 years to sell sellvopd 8 ecuvnpd < 11 11nod
vopd nod or offer for sale on any street or orsidewalk orsfd orsidewalk
sidewalk sfd < walk of Salt Lake City between the thehours thehonrs tIlehours
hours of S50 > a m and 330 p m on onany onany
any day da when the public schools are In Insession In6islon insession
session any newspaper uew paper or papers pa > < S mag magazine magazine magazine ¬
azine or magazines or other vendibles vendiblesSectioif ivdlldiblenSoctioif n Jblcs JblcsSecUOIt
Sectioif 2 Any person violating vlolatln any of ofth orth Ofhe
th t he S provisions of this ordinance shall be bedeemed bedeemd
deemed guilty > of a misdemeanor misdemeanorSection misdemeanorSection misdemeanorectton
Section 3 This ordinance shall take of crfedt offeIt
feet upon approval approvalPassed approa1Pussed approvalPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCitJ LakeCity
i City Utah January 5 1805 and referred referredto referredtoth
to toth the mayor ma or for his approval approvalS
S CIti Recorder RecorderApproved
Approved this 7th th day of January DOS 1903RICHARD 1005RICllARD DOSRiCHARD
Mayor MayorState M3orState MayorState
State of Utah City and County of Salt
Lake Lakess LakessII ss ssII
Ii J 1 S Critchlow city recorder of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah do hereby certify cortit that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing Is a foil llI true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn el1t1tl entitledAn d dAn
An ordinance regulating the use t < of ofstreets oCstreelsand ofstreeL
streets streelsand and sidewalks by minor peddlers peddlersand poodlorsund peddlersand
and vendors passed by the city It ity coun council council councii ¬
cil ot Salt Lake City Cit Utah Jaruary 5 5J9O
3905 1 903 an and < l approved by the mayor nfa nl yor or January
7 jaOo as appears of record in my office officeIn ofUcCIn officeIn
In witness whereof I have ha here hereunto hereunto
S unto set my m hand and affixed the thoSeal theSeal
Seal corporate seal of said cit city > < this thisOth this3th thistth
Oth day of January 1905 1905J 190S 1905S
Bill No 153 1 City Reorder ReorderNotice RecorderNotice cord < r rotice
Notice otice of a Assessment ASs ssm tN ITo 2 2cOTUMBUS 2 2COLUMBUS 2COLUMBUS S
lag company Principal place of business businessSalt huslnessLnk businesSSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice is I hereby herebygiven herebygiven
given Ivcn that at a meeting of the dire directors diret elirectons < ¬
tons t rs held on the 7th day of January A
D 1905 an assessment of twenty cents cents20c centsC centsCUe
C CUe 20c c ner er share was as levied on the be cap ¬
ital stock ot the corporation payable payableon payableThursday
on Thursday January 12 i A t D 1S05 to toand toArthur toArthur
Arthur F B Snow seercta secretary at Rooms 31 31and
and 38 S Commercial block Salt Lake City Cft CftSalt
Salt Lake county Utah Any stock upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which this assessment assessm nt shall remain on onpaid nnp napgld
paid p ld on Saturday the 11th day of Fcbru February Fcbruary Fcbruary
ary A D 1905 will be delinquent and
i 1 advertised for sale at public auctlonand auctlonandunless nut1onandunless
I unless payment is made before will tII be besold beold besold
sold old on Monday Monda March 6 Go A D J003 at the thehour thehour thehour
I hour of 10 oclock a n m to pay the do dolinquent delinquent dolinquent
linquent assessment together to etber With the thecost thecost theof
cost of advertising and the expense of ofsale otsale ofsale
sale ARTHUR E S SNow SNowSecretary OW OVSecretary
Secretary Columbus Consolidated Mmlns
Office OffIceRooms Rooms 37 and 3S 5 Commercial Commercialblock Co CommercIalblock nurclaJ nurclaJbrock
block Sal SalIake Lake City Utah UtahDelinquent UtahDelinquent utahDelinquentNotice
Delinquent DelinquentNotice DelinquentNoticeLOWER Notice NoticeLOWER
pany Principal place of business Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah Location Lo aUon of mines near nearMammoth nenrrl nearMammoth
Mammoth Juab county Utah t Notice NoticeThere l
i r 1tKpo 1tKpot r rd
There are delinquent Q upon tho following f
described d rlbed stock on account acco nt of assessment assessmentNotl clssessmcnto
Notl No o l of o five < 5 cents pershare per share r levied leviedon
ti nlic irovlii vlii vliirglrs
on the 21st day of Decemfier 6 VJQl iro the theseveral
several amounts set opposite the names namesof
of rglrs the respective cIW shareholders hr g as tfO follows followsNo o oNo
I No No NoCcrt NoCert
I Cert Name ame Shares Amt AmtI
I I CW Otto Lolper > r 100 5 5 500 00
llf47 lGti James A Pollock 100 500 ii 00 00VO Ut
1 VO 70 Waterman Bros 100 5 00
i i 1S79 A C Ellis 1500 l OO 5 lMJ lMJ19S3 t
j 19S3 Patrick Mullins 500 00 23 00 oh
i 13S4 1 Patrick Mullins 500 25 5 00
2009 E B Wolrick Vol rick 2CO GO 10 100 01 < W
2028 H B Cole 100 5 iioo 00
202J O 029 E D Millar 100 i W I1J
2053 O J Spencer Harwood 100 i b > W Li
2054 oss Patrick Mullins 500 25 25I1J 25I1J5i oo UI
1257 257 5i Simon Bambcrser 1000 50 00 tUI 0 0Simon
i 2255 Simon Bamberser Bamber er 1003 5000 500023PD 50 QlI QlI23fII 01Z
I I 23PD Z C O Bloom T 100 500
12404 Dr David Dpvid Kennedy Keml0d 100 5 i Oil Si240e
j 2405 24G Dr David D vld Kennedy Kenned 100 5 0J IJ
20 24 < 06 t Dr David Kennedy Kcnnc 100 10 5 I W JO
2407 407 Dr David Kenned Kennedy v JX C > 5 W W240S tO
240S 240 Dr David Kennedy Kenned 100 10 5W 5 00
2409 240 Dr David DlnId Kennedy 100 10 5 W Ut
2411 241 W Yo T Maul tauhan < in J 100 10 5 50 Iii Jl
2412 W V T Mauldin 100 503 5 W 13 13Mrs
1242 I 2420 242 ° Mrs 1rs Gilbert Gibert F Ken Kennedy I Kennedy n nf 0
I nedy ned j lt0 > 5 StC W tl
f I 2421 41 Mrs Mr Gilbert Glblrt F Kea Keanedy Iennedy Kennedy
nedy 100 10 10 500 5 500Richard
2455 245 Richard Harrens 100 10 5 00 10
2469 24r J Davidson 100 0 5 W 0 J JJulus
2525 Julius Julus Davidson 200 j 10 1000 Ou
2559 25 J Oberndorfcr 100 0 5W 5W25SO 5 W
25SO 5 Max Iax Lowenrtoin LowenJtcln 100 10 SOU 501 5 hit
2633 261 Julius Julus Davidson 100 lO 5 II he heW >
I 2699 K w Lehmann 100 10 5 oo lii
I I 2700 E i AV Lehmann t 100 5 5 5l701 i
2701 E XV Y Lohmann Ttmann 100 1 a 5 00
270 20 E E XV Y Lehmann 100 10 5 500 00
2719 719 II I B Cole Co 100 10 5 I W lJ lJi81
2787 i81 Theodore Thfo ore Salzman 100 10 jOt 5 Ou 0
2912 91 J R Walker Vn Iklr 400 20 W
40 2 O
I 2329 29f A C C Ellis EJs 1000 10 5000 5 5rJ 00 00lr tN
13133 3193 lr E B WeIrIck 100 10 500 5 a 00
3194 3 E B Wcirick Werlc1t 100 10 5 00
32C4 George R Smith Smlth 100 5 oo
3310 33JO J Oberndorfcr ObtrndorCcr 100 10 5 O 10 1033s
332S 3 J Bochmer 100 500 50037S Ut
3378 37S J Boehmer Bo < hmer 100 10 500 500343K 5 00
343K 3031 H Park 160 16 10 5 W J
3465 46 Abe Sesal Selal u 1000 100 50 Zt 00 I
3521 35 Mrs rs Catharine CI harlnc Cody Cod 2QO 0 10 Ou Oi 5
3535 35 Barney Hnloy Younker 500 5 25 2500 2500I 00
3536 6 George J Kelly Heiy 500 W 2500 2 25 00 00r 10 I
3539 r Rosa B Jones care e ro J JR Jp TR
R Walker Valker 600 f 3 30 OIl OIlz
5S2 z J D Harrisou o 200 1000 1 111 Ut UtMrs 1
I 3 SS Mrs 1rs F W DaiiUowsko uallQwsko W 010 X 25 2 00 0013DSO I
13DSO Sr I rs9 James W Lionel Linnellpart Llnn1
part cert t1t No 321S 28 63 6 3 5tS 25 I
3593 tS W Yo H Shearman part partcert partfJt partcart
I cert fJt No N 3423 342 2G3 26 13
3605 30 Ralph Guthrie part partcort partcort parteort
cort N0265S No2G 35 3 s 1 75
3611 61 L 1 EX E B Bnmbersror BnmbersrorCo nmber r 8
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1001 01 33 3 1 171
3612 6 jD D II l Peery Peer jr part partcert partcortNo partcort
cert cortNo No lSSl 33 176 1763G13 1 71
3G13 6 W V II Irvine Co Copart Copart Copart
part oort No 1575 1i 35 3 1 170 To
3614 361 Gebrgo E E Dalton Daltonpart Dalon Dalonpart Daltonpart
part cert No 3516 65 G 3 23
3615 615 H I C Myers ler part partccrt partcert partcent
cent cert No No 2514 5 30 3 l 3 w
3616 366 J Obcrndorfer OhordQrCcr part partcert partecrt partcart
cert NO N 2548 258 IS 1 7 71
3617 617 WI V J 1 Browning BrO1Inr 200 1000 10 0
3624 36 H C Hoffman HoCmap part partcort partCtlt partcent
cent Ctlt No No 1004 1r SO r 400 4 W 5
3T623 Ce 6 Luce Jennings part partcert partrt partcent
cert < rt No 1013 103 20 20 100 100363S 1 410 4103GSti
363S DoWitt DoWit B Lowe 500 2500 2 S on onfc 5
3537 fc DeWitt B J Lowe SCO 2500 250isto
136 3640 J Oborndorfcr n 100 500 5 It ItOberndorfor
3650 J Oberndorfor Oberndoror 200 iwj low l lo J JI3G
3670 E A ATartonstoir100 Hartensteir Harcmtclr WO i 25 2501 oo
3702 0 DeWitt B Lowe Co5700 Co5O K5 W Ut UtAnd
I3G And In accordance with law utl Htl an or
dor of o the th board bord of directors mace mue on tin te tin21st
2Jst day da of December J901 lOt so many many8mtCf
shares 8mtCf of each parcel uarel of stock stok as S may ma be benecessary bentcessary bo bonecessary
necessary ntcessary will wil be sold at publc public auction auctionat auctionat
at the office oCCct qf the company at No 161
South Main street Salt Lake City Utah Utahon
Utah Utahon
on the 10th day day of February Februar 1003 l at 12 12oclock 11 11oclock
oclock ocloat noon topay toty the delinquent delnquent assess asess asessment assessment
ment thereon together with the ccsts of ofadvertising oradvertsing 0 0advertising
advertising advertsing and expense of sale saleR saleR ale aleR
R R C CORDELL Secretary
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