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T THE THESALT SALT LAKE L HERALD FRIDAY FEB 3 1905 7
I 11 IIRAIJDSORJSa1fl HERALD URALDSrORTS SPORTS 1 l
a P N LEAGUE TO TOHOLD TOHOLO I
JIOLDME HOLD MEETING MEETINGCalled MlETlNHJ MlETlNHJCalled ETINGj ETINGjCalled
Called For or Butte on on n February 11 to toAdopt
Adopt Schedule ScheduleWILL ScheduleWILL ScheduleWJLLTAKIN j
WILL WJLLTAKIN TAKE IN NEW CITIES CITIESAPPLICATIONS ClrlESf ClrlESfAPPLICATIONs CITIESAPPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS FOR FRANCHISES FRANCHISESCONSIDERED FRANCH FRANCHISESCONSIDERED SES SESCONSIDERED
CONSIDERED AT THIS TIME TIMEA
A call wa wag a8 issued last evening by Pros Prosident Pr PresIdent s sfdEnt
ident W V D Rishel qf f tho Pacific National Nationalleague N3ttoiaIlGngue atlOnaltloogut
league for or a meetlnsof mecUIls nwetlI Ot t tho directors dlroatonlto dlroatonltobe to tobe tobe
be held at Butte on Feb 11 The 1h object objecto
o the meeting is to Adopt a schedule for
the tll coming season and act 6n u the thenppli thenppliations appli applications tpp1lCatiOfll4 ¬
cations of the th other cities deairlnir de ir1nlt ad
misHion Into the league I > a ue Letters L tters received receivedirom
irom the various clubs in the league len ue show
that they the are ready to do business and andato andatf andate
ate > all strong stron financially It Is 11 thought
tn that t thin IK i the th > lust meeting meetln the league I > ague
will U have before the season opens op ns as asother asether
other < matters to bo settled arc of only
minor importancp
A meeting of the Salt Lake Basaball1 Basaball1club Ba8qbaILekib
club Is called for today too II at which time a
director will be selected f lccted to represent that
dub < tub at the Butte meeting Tho SaJt
Lake I k club lub in I already wHI started for or the thei th thnlng tIleenlng
> i > tning of the season Charlie Reilly wh9 whoIs
Is now In Los Angeles An ele is to report In this thisflty thisCity
City Itv March 1 H Ill wrIte that he has al already ulrfl a aradv ¬
ready rfl radv dr scoured MtUr d several fi cral players for br next nextyears nextHar iextyea
years yea Har a team but will not notaonounco announce their thoirnnm tholrIll1mMS theirnem
nnm Ill1mMS < s until later laterIn laterIn laterIn
In Ogden a meeting is to be hod some
day this week at which Mme trn H 14r reprel repreltentative ppre ppreWPtatiye Vre VrentativE
tentative is to o be selected seect to talk for I IUgdeii
Ugdeii at the meeting in Butte butter ButteGOOD butteGOOD J JGOOD
I r
GOOD THING SLIPS UP UPTarn UpTam UPTam
Tam OShanter Is Plya PI y Heavily HeavilyBut HeaviiyBut HeavilyBut
But Revolt Wins the theSan theRace the1acc
Race RaceSan 1accSan
San Francisco Feb F < b 2 2Ther There were ncrc re
thousands of dollars dolJar played on Tarn Tarno T m
o Shanter Shant r to win the soAortd soCQ1drae raeefrlbut but the t1hQooq thegood he hegood
good ooq thing was taken mto rnl camp by b Bo Boyoit BI1olt ReoJt
yoit olt Hainault Npreudu Mpreudotigled Sled his field in
the fourth race and maifd ma1f thomall th ru riaIi all look lookcheap lookeheap
cheap ht > ap He ran a different race under underJones
Jones JhOJ14 > sPWtPsc pJUaUijge UianwhynChandlerrode UJNJ UULWIzzx whll Chun Chandr lar rode rode1m
him 1m It twas was very close for tho place be be ¬
tween Stilloho and Banuok but the for formers formJtj formrr5 ¬
mers mJtj number hUinbr was Wa the cue to be hung bungffp up P PEather
Weather Eather cloudy track mudds Results ResultsFirst Result
First f ht race numthree three and a half hal furlongs llrlong
SypuonGlrJ S phonGh won George Geor e A KntehL Knjg1Lspc Knjg1Lspcond Ac Acond
ond Mazapan lazapun third Time Tlmo464 mc461 46Vi KJbtJc KJbtJcond
Second racefive race llve furlongs rurlon furlongsRevolt sRevol Revoltwon RevoltwonTurn won
Turn Tul OShuntcr Shuntr second Hipponax > third
Hlppnax hrd hrdml
fimo flme1 ml mlThizd Irt O OThivd i iThicd
Thicd Thizd race six furlongs Iurlon burlongsTh0 The Hawaiian Hawaiianwon Juwalan Juwalan1Jdk hawaiianwot
won Adlrtindaok 1Jdk second Qold Prostano Pr no third th Ird IrdIourth
Time TImei19 TImei19iourtl 119V r rFourth
Fourth race rate mile mlo nd n a sixteenth slxteenthHnl slxteenthHnlIlault Hal Halunult
unult won Stilicho SUlcho second Barrack Barrck third thirdTime thirdTiml5 thirdilfth
Time Timl5 154 it
Fifth FIfh race rce futurity cuturiy course coureA courseA A Musko
day won Bob Raeoii Ruron second Albert Fir
third Time TImeiIZL TImeiIZLSixth 1imel1 1imel1Sixth 110L 110LSixth
Sixth race ne one mile mlArende niileAreatje Arcade won Clo Clovcrlnnd CloyCrlnnd Cloveriand
vcrlnnd yCrlnnd jwcond se Qn ontl Soufriere third Timor Trno
1 148 thlrJ IJ <
v vONE
ONE FAVORITE LANDS LANDSMoriarity LAN LANDSMoriarity S SMoriarity
Moriarity Pilots Piots Four Winners in Six SixLoAngeles SixRaces SixRaces
Races RacesL RacesLo
LoAngeles L Lo Angeles nlle Cal Fob 2 The Thc Ripper Ripperwas Rippe flipperas
was as the only > ly successful sucoful favorite at As Astot Asot Ascot
tot ot today toda He opened at S to 5 i but was wasiui wasIuhkly wasIlUkiy
Iuhkly iui < kly forced force to even money and won woneasily wonRsly woneasily
easily Rsly The track was heavy hc from last lastnights lastnl lastiifglits
nights nl hts rain rin MoriRrity established < tablshed a ret record rc rcord retord ¬
ord for the season sealn orlat by b riding rl ln four winners winner
Postmaster at a t 10 to 1 and l Susie Chris ¬
tian ii mlatBe at t 7 i to l 1 were e the thl successful l uf ufMIn out outsiders outalders ¬
alders MIn Summary SummaryFirst SummaryFir SummaryIArat Weather clear cler th thl track trck heavy heav
First Fir t race rce mile mie and a sixteenth sixteenthPast sixteenthPastmaster lxteenthPe Post Postmaster t tn1a ¬
master n1a ter won Flora Flor Bright second s ond Ml MlRHna Mtikinu U URrina
RHna third Time to come comeSecond comeSeeonI
Second St > < ond race rce six furlongs furlon furiongsMetlakatla Metlukatla Metlukatlawon e Jakatn I Iwoa
won o Aunt Polly Poly second Funnyside third thirdTime thirdlmrl16 I I ITimeil5
Time lmrl16 Timeil5Third lmrl16Third 11614 11614Third
Third race Slauson course selling seJn selllngSu Su Suslf Susi I Isk
slf si Christian thrisUn won Komombo KOlombo second aecondLear ond Ben BenLar BenLfar
Lear third thir Time Tlmell Tlme1il Tlme1ilFourth 111 111Fourth
Fourth race seven furlongs rrlon furiongsTbe 8Te The Novice Novicewon Nolcewon NoviceW1fl
won Hilona Hlona second Head Hed Dance third thirdTime thirdrlmfl thirdf1mei2ijj4
Time rlmfl f1mei2ijj4 f1mei2ijj4Fiifth l20Vfe l20Vfenifth 1
nifth Fifh race mile mie and a sixteenth slxteonthThe slxteonthThetUpptr sixteenthTheitipper The TheRIppor
RIppor tUpptr won Canejo second Ray third thirdTime thiramfI5 thirdSixth
Time mfI5 160 160Sixth
Sixth race six furlonc furlonJChle furlonasChief Chief Aloha Alohawon Alohawon AlohaWon
won Palmist second Carlisle Carlsle third Time
117 117RIVAL 117RIVAL 117RiVAL
RIVAL RABBIT HUNTERS HUNTERSMAKE HUNTERSMAKE HUNTERSMAKE
MAKE A BIG KILLING KILLINGOne
K1LLING K1LLINGOne
One One of o the most successful succesful rabbit rbbi hunts huntsof huntsof huntsIf
of the season judging fromthe from the bunnies bunnieslulled bunnie bunniesilld I
lulled kik illd was held last Monday at Cedar CedarCity Cedarity CedarCity
City ity The hunt was between two t o picked pickedtfams pickedtams
tams of that vicinity lelnl A purse of orn 80w1q 80 80v
If w1q v n > 9 hung upfor the winning wlnnlnJ team each eachram eachtram eachtam 1
tram ram competing competng to o be of twenty men The Thehunt TheJ Thehiint
hunt 111nt began at 8 e ocloek in the morning morningand I Iand
and concluded cncuded at 5 oclock In the after afterjoon ar r r1fonTh I Ioon
J joon 1fonTh oon The team tem composed compoed principally prnlpl of ofParowau QrParowan I IParowan
Parowan boys boY hunted in the field feld near nearthat nearthat nearthdt
that place Iace The other team tlum from Cedar CedarCity cedarCiy I Iity
City Ciy ity selected lelecte grounds gounds around this th town townAt townt townAt
At t the close dose of the thl day da when whtn scalps stalps were werecounted werounte nereounted >
counted it was WiS found that the th > parowan Pnrowanrowd parowanrewd
< ounte rowd rewd has bagged bgJed 1054 10 while whlt the th Cedar Cedarily Cedaritv bdart
A < ily t hunters hunter h hid hd d killed kied 102S 10 ioc Another Anothernrit Another1nnit Aiioherhnt
1nnit > nrit is i talked of for the nt hvar ur fulure fulureLOOPTHELOOFDIAVOLO tu1m tu1mLOOPTHELOOP fulureLOOPTHEtOOP
LOOPTHELOOFDIAVOLO LOOPTHELOOFDIAVOLODIES LOOPTHELOOP DIAVOLO DIAVOLODIES DIAVOLODIES
DIES OF CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONFort
Fort Worth orUi Tex Feb 2 After Afcr mas mastrring mastrin atastrlng
trring trin the tht loopthcloop lopthe loop the dive for llf llffie If Ifde life lifetIe
fie for forthe the theedl edificationof cton of the lovers of 01 the thoxcnsAtienal thpfl8tonal thesensational
sensational fl8tonal and spectacular sctcukr Daredevil DaredevilJ Dard DaredevilLdwards 1
J dwards > ward a veteran showman and n the theri8inal therlglna theriginal
< > ri8inal rlglna Diavolo of looptheloop fame is isOf Isad IsM
Of iad > ad at Bl Paso Pao from rein consumption consumptionHis consumpton consumptonHis
M His death deth was WJS the direct result of in injuries Ins Inrel injuries ¬
juries s received while giving I a perform performance performifle ¬
ance recently rel e1n in Mexico r c superinduced ger nJ drb drbt by bya
a t sfrious sfrlOlS fall t J Edwards home homt was in inPortland inPortan Innrtland
Portland Portan Ore where he has a brother brotherHo brother brotherHI brother1t
Ho 1t also leaves a sister slsttr at Minneapolis MinneapolisHART MinneapolisHART lnneapols lnneapolsHART
HART WILL WILLTRAIN TRAIN HIS HISTEAM HLSTEAM HiSTEAM
TEAM NEAR LOS ANGELES ANGELESfhioago 1 1hkago
fhioago FoB Fr 2 2President President Hart of the theChi th thhi thehiago
Chi hi hiago > < go Jo National Natonal baseball basebal team has sent senta s < nt
a 1 ai 11tkE titke tlce to all al players playM to prepare pclJrt for the theart thet theurt
t art for California Calfornia Feb b 23 Z This will willle wil wilthe
le 1 the the earliest erlest start of any of the big bigHguctcuniH bigigutcani
HguctcuniH this thl year CKr The tam will wi go goiro 10 10I goiret
< iro i iret igutmt rfd < t from fom hero to Los Lo Angeleg AnJel4 over the theSintu theInta theM1tt
Sintu Inta Fe roud The Til > men will wi bo 1 quar quart ltulrtrt
t trt < rod at Santa Monica eighteen llghtrcn miles milesIrom ml milesfrom
from trOta Ix Los > s Angeles AnceleaTwenty AnlclM AngelesTwenty
Twenty players lY at least lest will wil make mae the thejourney theJurnf theiourney
journey journeyRACE Jurnf JurnfRACE iourneyRACE >
RACE TRACK TRACKFROZEN FROZEN AND ANDRACES ANDRACES ANDRACES
RACES ARE AREDECLARED DECLARED OFF OFFHot OFFHot OFFlint
Hot Springs Ark Feb 2 20n On account accountff
ff fron tmek trck the races rtC at Kx lmx Basex ox park parktlay purktJay ijarkt
tlay t lay were declared off The Kentucky Kentuckyfluh KfntuckYh
fluh liii h stakes MtnkC wilt wi be b run tomorrow tomorow but hutalt butJ
alt J II other IJtHr entries entrlf will wi be bedeclared declared deClar off offNEW fr frNEWWORlD effNEW
NEW NEWWORlD WORLDS S RECQRD RECORDMotor RECQRDMotor
Motor Boat Challenger Chalenger Went a Kilo Kilometer Kio Kiomeer kilometer ¬
meter in 121 1 21 Flat FlatPalm FIatc
meer
Palm Beaclt Fla Feb t 2n In the inter international interliatloflal ¬
c Bfa
national natitnul motgrboat J carnival today tO W Wi V VtWlId
1 fJdd < i < juld BrflkawtK BrOk H motorboat Cbtrllcngor Cbtrllcngorci CuUeuAfr CuUeuAfrlratd Ciu3leugerO1rrald
ci O1rrald lratd > f rated by b Proctor Smith made m 1r M kilo kllomptor klo kloltf1 kilometer
meter ltf1 In 1 minute und 21 1 seconds seeo d fiat fat and andl undllnkr ufldleke
l llnkr leke rf > kc the thf worlds record Results ResultsMJrst R Resultsiirst < ults ultsHJrt
MJrst tynntYaoht vont Vnoht end nd motorboat tender tenderT3ir silIeraIp
T3ir 1 four miles ml hamllcap hHntJtap hanihieapBvorg1ades hanihieapBvorg1adesolonl lSvorcIadPS lSvorcIadPSfolonol l vr IHds
folonol Thompson owner won Time TimeiI02 Trl Tirpeoi
iI02 oi 26 26Second z zSeCOfljI
Second S d ovent oV nt auxiliaries amclarl < four miles milesfour mie milesbe
four fOIJ be it entries entrlesHuma entrieaH Huma U inn Ralph Worthington Worthlngtonowner orthlngon
owner 0 on tier won on Time Tlmo TImo24 2400 o 00 36 36Third 5 5nhihd
Third nlld event event one kilometer klomptpr for high hl highspeed h htlN
speed bontChulenger heatsChallenger Proctor Smlb Smith
tlN 1 minute 21 seconds tcondK worlds record recordFquctli rfoord rfoordPouclh recordFoutth
Fquctli event event one nillp ne against aealnt time timehour tmt timehahhetiger
haUfngcrTn hahhetiger Tnt 2111 l 24 24r
r Fifth vont ont motorbote m torboste hour rpord r pordl un unfit anthe ¬
fit the lJith r twelve miles mles per hour hOlr handicap hUlultI hundiejiWg hundiejiWgher > Wtg Wtglf I
lf her > r C G Bursoyne Buroyne owner wnor won Time Tlmc1U
1 1U 24 24Sixth 24S4xth
Sixth 6xth ovont evont vont twenty nulrw mif handicap handicapGrant handicapGrant handicapGrant
Grant JTorris frI5 Jr won yimc3 nmc imc 3 liourw hOlL C Cminutes 6minutes
minutes and 83 o seconds seonds secondsI
mut
1
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JiU JITSU MATCH OFE OFFJapanese OFEJapanese
I
Japanese Japanese nese Pails Fais to Post Postoreit Forfeit For ForMatch For For3Iatch I
Match Mtch Against Agist Eddie EddieRobinson EdtheRobinson dde
f
Robinson RobinsonThe RobinsonThV
The ThV Th question Queton of whether Jaimneee 3aUaleC e Jiu Jiujitsu jlutu jiUflthu
jitsu tu or American catchaaontchcan catchaaontchcanstyle catchaactchcalt catchaactchcaltstJe
style stJe of wrestling is the more effective effectivewhen cHe effectivewhen Ue Uewhen
when used us Tstn by experts eplrt in each system of of6ffense orttene ofoffense
offense ttene and defense remains unsettled un Bet te as asfar asar asfar
far ar as Salt Lakers Lkers are concerned tonccnled It I was wasthought wasthought waSthought
thought this question qu ton would be b settled setted as asa a asa
match had ha been arranged arrnged all except exceptposting cxc exceptpostIngS pt ptposUng
posting a f side bet betLouis betLouis
Louis Luis Sato a I Salt Sal Lake Lke Jap ap took ex exception eXcopUon cxcoption ¬ I
ception to a statement statem nt made by b Frank FrankGotch FrankGutch FrankGtch
Gotch published In The Herald Hertll to the theeffect theOffoet i iofroet
effect that publshed jiu jitsu Was not all al that it itwas Itwas I
was claimed to be In order to prove that thatthe thattho thatthe
the Jap ap style st le of wrestling wrfstn was WI8 superior superiorto 5upellor
to the th American Amtricn style Mr 11 Sato offered offeredto orfer offeredto d dto I
to match an expert Jiu jitsu jl u ma mInI maw IT against againstanyone a againstanyone alnst alnstanyon
anyone who could coull b bu Wrought against againsthim aguln againsthim t t11m
him 11m Eddie Robinson of Salt Lake took tookup tookUp I
up the deft en and H I match was signed s xned up upto upto upto
to take takcpluce pluce in this city C Ity within the next nexttwo nexttwo t ttwo
two weeks It was HS agreed to make mltf a side aidebet sidebet I Ibet
bet of i l0 < on I the outcome outtome and the 1Q 100 100forfeit W Wforfeit
forfeit money vas Wa to have been bttl posted postedwith JJostct JJostctwith I Iwith
with the th sporting editor c ltor of The Herald Heraldlast Heraldlost IIeralttlast
last Monday MondayRobineon MondHYRobl1 MondayRobinson prtlg
Robinson on was s on hand hat with wib his money moneybut moneybut moneybut
but Robl1 Sato wanted whtecl more moretime time tme to hear from fromhie frm frmhlB fromhis
his man In San StU Francisco Since that thattime th thattime t ttme
time Robinson Robinsn lm bat has been training trainlnG ancr ancrwaiting ant antwaltn an anwaiting
waiting tme for the forfeit money to o be put putup putup putup
tht
up waltn Last night he stated ttecl that He would wouldwait wouldwat wouldwait
wait Lst no longer for Mr 11 Sato 88 al he loos doC tIDOShot loosnot
not 110t wat bolleve bolo c tho Jap ap wants any an of his hisgnno hl8WT hisgio I
gnno gnnoThe gioThe
WT The report riport of the preliminary prelminary arrange arrangements arrn arrangements e ement ¬
out outaround outnrounll outaround
ments for the match had Iwkeu IPukEa
around ment the thcdt city and many hud whetted whettedtheir whete whettedtheir
their appetites apl tes for something CUt of the theordinary theordinary I
ordinary > Now It I begins btlns to look ns 1C t it itIn i Itis
ordnary In all off and Salt Lakers Laker will wi have to tocontent tocontent I
al
content entrnt themselves thpmsfhes with forming their tneiropinions theirThe theirOhlfllOnS
opinions on jiu jitsu jitaufrom from hearsay hearsayZ hearsayz
I
Z C M I BOWLERS BEAT BEATCRABBE BEATCRABBE
C CRABBE B E TEAM T IN MATCH MATCHThe I IThe
Ao I ICommerelul
The 52 C M r I bowling team of the theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial league won two out < of three threeevenings thre threegames
gamO games 3 against alnst the Crabbe team In laSt laStctmlngs laStevenings
evenings series strles The Te first frt fir game was wastie a atic 0 °
tic but the 2 C M it I aggregation won wonout wonout woflout
out tc on the tI extra frame 1 bowled bowle A inSet mdeting mEet mEetIng inSetlag
ing of the captains captins of the league l ag will wi be beheld beheld beibid
held at 3 oclock Sunday sunda to arrange the theschedule tI0 tI0bchedule tileschedule
schedule The he scores scoresZ v vZ
Z C M I Team TeamBratt TeamrBr Teamflratt
rBr Bratt BrattAVatson tt Jr ir 1W 10 170 10 433 433J30 4 4Watson
Watson AVatsonFleming J30 3 JSS lS 178 l 501 10 10Fleming
Fleming aon fcs HS asi 6 43 43Timpson r I
Timpson TimpsonLawson 120 1 11C 174 44J 44J10S 44thLawson I ILa
Lawson La on 10S l0 130 12 IK 15 1 21 21Totals I I II
Totals b l I 6 721 7 30S218S 30S218SCrabbc a
Crabbc Team TeamKussell TeamRusel TeamRussell I
Russell KussellOlsen 131 11 171 122 1 421 421Oin
Rusel Olsen OlsenMcAllister Ol n 179 1 JSS JS Ill 49 4G 4Glre 4116McMhiatet I
McAllister McAllisterBrewerton lre mHl l 128 12 131 13 14S H8 l4844YT l4844YTBrewertbn 4OT I
Brewerton BrewertonLarson Brewertbn 117 17 136 100 lr Sh 3 33 33Larson
Larson LarsonTotals 116 133 13 151 51 108 10 10Totals 406Totals
Totals 669 6 765 3532QSG 3532QSGSIGNAL 33 353tSSIGNAL S6 S6SIGNAL
SIGNAL CORPS WINS GAME GAMEFROM GAMEFROM GAMEFROM
FROM COMPANY H TEAM TEAMStanding TEAMStanding I IStanding
Standing of the Teams TeamsThe TeamsrOi TeamsWon
Won rOi Lost P C C CCompany
Company 11 4 1 SOO SOOSignul SSOSignal
Signal corps 4 t 61 661 661Company
Company orp D 1 3 3Battery 3Battery
Cmlany Battery 1 4 4The 200 200The
The signal tlgnAI corps eorJslndoor Indoor basobnll basbal team teamdefe teamder teamdefected
defe defected to ed the company H I N G U team teamin teamIn team teamin
in li SBpights 1 game Jamc by b a score tcor of13 to toS tQS
S Bu Btett ett < t and Young each eel got ot away away with witha
a home run while both teams toms executed executeda execute
a double play pin each Barnes Brnes for company companyIT ompunYH
IT I struck stuck out thirteen men and Alford Alfordstruck Alord Alordstruck Alfordstruck
struck out eleven elYtn for the signal corps corpsaggregation corpsaggregaton corpsaggregation
aggregation aggregaton The lineup lineupCompany Ineup IneupComfn lineupCompany
Company Comfn II I I Signal Sigal Corps CorpsBnssett CorpsBn8et CorpsIhaasett
Bnssett Bn8et c biarx Marjf c cSarneg cBarnes carnei
Barnes arnei p Iskidmore Skidmore Skidmore 2b 2bVlpung 2buns 2blloung
Vlpung uns 3b IVhitney Whitney Yhitne tb tbOroesbeck tbGroebek lbOroesbeek
Oroesbeck Groebek 1 s s Bno 3b 3bPambroke 3bPembroke b bPembrok
Pembroke r s s S IBCro Btro B ro r s s SWilkenson 3 3Wllkenson
Wllkenson Vlkensn 2b Thompson L s s sTate srate Srate
rate r f IBull Bull Bul 1 f fAVIllInms fVJlams 1Williams
Williams VJlams lb Alford Alord p pMcLaren pMcLaren pMcLaren
McLaren I f ILambert L Lmbert mbert r f fUmpires rlmplre fUmpIres
Umpires lmplre Nightengale and Bournc BourneB BourncB BourncB
B Y U AND B Y C TO TOMEET TOMEET TOMEET
MEET IN BASKETBALL BASKETBALLSpecial
Special to The HeraldLogan HeraldLogan Herald heraldiLogan
Logan Feb 2 2The = The Brigham Young col collage colge cohange
lage ge basket ball bal team is to play the B Bt BL
1 t U team of ° f Provo Povo Saturday night nl ht in
this city cl and the game will wl probably de decide de tieelSe ¬
cide the tho championship
The locals locls are In pretty pret good trim but
the 108S oj s of o Keller Kelpr their crack center centermakes centermakes
makes mes them tem a little ltte nervous Keller K ler ecnter ecntermes has hasa I Ia
a bad knee and an wont be able able to enter the thegame tilegame J Jgame
game His place will wi be taken by b Jen Jenon Jhnson en
son on a Promising payer but one who
lacks lack Keller I < elers s accuracy aceurac In throwing thr wlng win from frm
the t e Tfield TfieldAMATEUR tlcldAMATEUR 1oldAMATEUR
AMATEUR BILLIARDS BILLIARDSConklin BilLIARDSConkln
i
Conklin Conkln and Sigourney Tied For F r First FirstPlace FirstPlace FirstPlace I
Place PlaceChicago PlaceChiago PlaceChicago
Chicago Chiago Feb 2 At the end of tile Ue third thirdday thirdd thirddys
day d dys > s play in the amateur billiard biiard tourna tournaf1 tournamnt tournannt
mnt nnt f1 fo for the hc national championship
Charles Chlrll F 1 < Conklin Conkln of Chicago ChiC o and Wll Wllspn Wilson 1
spn son on M 1 Slgeurncy of San Fri lirncllo Francisco ci oo are
tied tc tie < for first frat honors hOIOr botir having havin won ar
both bQt rrnmnK amiisthl m that J th they v ll hIiVO ve jtrtIsipated l i iwon
in F hr lhtt5l1nir the he nt L5CIt JuUulpate tlam
Pica T5 f nc nesi ItobFrs Lfrfi f mail haVng havmn lt won won ham one oneSmFand oneJnmc onegame
SmFand Jnmc game and l 10 lost ° 8t t none but ut there its 1 little
lte
likelihood lkelhood that the New ew Yorker will re ¬
turn to finish fulsh and the game game that wi he h hplayed heplayed
played a aainst al18t Rein of ChlcMsro ChIC O accord accordof
Inl ing to the rule rules of the tournament will
be thrown out outToday out outToday tourllren wi
Today Edward G Gardner Gar Gardnerot ner oC Passaic Pa lc
lv 1 J J received a telegram tclegm announcing
the death of his dearest derest friend Gardner Gardnermakes Gardner
makes make the third thir of the players with wih which whichsickness whichslknes
sickness slknes or death deth has interfered Intertere since the thetournament thetournament
tournament bean First Wright of San
Francisco Prncsco who was looked looke upon as a the theprobable theprobable
probable winner of the tournament with wlthden wih
drew on the firt first dl day owing to the he su auth
den illness nnes of his lather owlnR The Fhe 1 he next day
Poggerburg Poggtrburg the present champion ham pion re returned retured returned ¬
turned tured to New York on account of the thesudden thesutdn thesudden
sudden sutdn death of his mother On account accountof
of all al these thee misfortunes ml ortune5 there is i practic practically practieally ¬
al ally no attendance and the club will wi be beout beout beout
out H considerable cnsdenlble sum aumnof of money The Theresults Thereult Theresults
results reult today toda were wereCharles wercehnrlPK ncrcCharles
Charles S Sclimitt Schmit of Racine Rclneh Wis hi won wonfrom WOI wonfrom
from Edward Eward G Rein of ChieMgd 300 to tohtrf9ble tOl tOiitresbie
281 l
281Thresbie Thresbie htrf9ble of Boston Boton won from frm Stark Stk of ofBrooklyn ofBroklu o oBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklu 380 3 to 3SI SIConkln Sl SlConklin j
Conklin Conkln won from Norris Norrll 300 to toChess 262 262Chess 2o2Chcss
Chess Tournament TournamentParis
Paris Fcb Fcbln Fcb2iu 2rln the th th fifth game atme e of the
international chess oh1 xumo bftwe UotwcOn blv g On n Franls FranlJ Franlc FranlcJ
J MHrebdll I t1 of Brooklyn rokhn 1t10 and a T D > DHflowBki DHflowBkiof D Daii r w wakl waklof ki kiof
of this eitv elC played el here lenight tahht the local localplayer Joadplaer leadplayer
player defeated teateel Marshall The score sCr now nowstandt nowHtand nowstands
stands two wins ouch and one
drawn drwn win ech game gamedrawn fRe fRedrwn gamedrawn
I
Gotsch G tsch Still Sti Champion ChampionCleveland ChampionClla ChampionClevehiu4
Cleveland Clla Clevehiu4 0 FU 2 2Fmk 2Prmnk Fnink Gotsch Goth df f
> d
Hmbol HumboMu la tohlghC toitth miCreMKrully l erUy de defcMtded def8dd tiebOnded
bOnded his hi title tte of chHmpIotn cbMmpOI of o 01 th tl tie ITnitetL t Vnite VniteStates
States StatC in d i wrwtllnir r lhI m mett1 mstslt t h with wih Tom TomJenkins TomJcq romJeqkns
Jenkins Jeqkns Jcq tns of a Cleveland CJ veland Gotgch qot h won the theccoiid theN timeseeQ1d
ccoiid N sue at thlr third fall falls In ott tnlmift mltlf rind rindtwelve lnd dti1weve
twelve tweve weve mlnlit m minutes nutf 8 respectively rptetvt1 Jenkins JeUJua took tookhe
the he flr Orlt first t fall fll In twentyeight twcltfht minutes The Thecontest Thecontest e ecnlcit
contest cnlcit was u 6 for fo the tiUo UU f of Q1 qtchampion Uwvyweight Uwvyweightchampion b
champion e > f the lTr llt Uritec Hec States St tc and atIdpurs a apurse t tpurse
purse of i L3 I C3 Jenkins J enklul weighed wcl = h d dpounds 2 S Spounds J Jpounds
pounds Gotsch G sth 190 190LAWSOM r rLA D DLLWSON
LAWSOM LA VSON WILL W1LLTRY TRY LUCK LUCKON LUCKONTURF
ON ONTURF TURF NEXT SEASON SEASONSpecial SEASONt SEASONtSaiclal
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Special t GJa Sportins Service ServiceBoston ScnlceBofton ServjceBoston
Bofton Boston Feb lib 3 3Alhous 1Altlioug Although l Thomas ThomasLa W
Lawsondpes La w80n does not 10t keep tin u u u racing raclnJ branch branchin brnh
in connection connetUon with wih bin hit up Dreamwold Dreamwol farm
111 h hu wilt wl be represented reresnte m n the turf tmlrfO1I1OI Ji pU pUHCIOI xti xtiK
K HCIOI O1I1OI uii on T b > y rt a t Ulo pfpromlnlnjr fnrominh1J 3yoaroidsUinnnK 3yoaroids iylOUrOldswhich yroldswhich
which he hluHlonl has sent to James lm Drcyt thrady4t thrady4tvjinnaj Sn SnJHlU
UinnnK JHlU Gnu GI totrduv totrduvOii ttln j
Oii One is by Prodigal PQdlpl 2cit 216 > dam Kniily 1 nIQ
211 21 by h Frfaw Pr1 Pr1uvciegntv O CE Ur t 3slfi 2e115tI 2e115tIby 1 t a1 ajnj > ilKjpiji ilKjpijiby t
by Ponce Penrt de Leon Lcon13 13 4gm d lm in PrfjlHCJV f fr fr1mm r rnm
dnm nm of 0 Prolate Pr1Jlt Prelutt4 2l > 1 b bt Lord RusneJl RUfl RUflnnd Ruselland
and the tlm Uti thhmd hPby 1abyliirc ult Jcvnt eyil2zhOdijn eyil2zhOdijnhy3tilromii
Welt 4 Io hy3tilromii lrOJl em emWilkp
Wilkp i t01 QW 9I 1 1Brn
b Wilton WiltonBraJY f
Brn BraJY J vt vtF l lJa J dl tc tlTi
F
these < three youngsters ounsters is I the man who
brought out DIrectum Dlretum Miller Mier 208 20 206K when whfenhe whenhe whbnhe
he was Roy Ro Millers Miers assistant asistant trainer trainerana traInerand traineranti
ana who cemo gaVp sa Blrl 5C9U o WV her first rt speed speedlesson apeedlesson peedlesson
lesson lessonFRANCE lesson lessonFRANCE lessonFRANCE
FRANCE LEADS WORLD IN INMAKING INMAKUjG INMAKINGAUTOMOBILES
MAKING MAKINGAUTOMOBILES MAKINGAUTOMOBILESSvecial AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILESSpecial AUTOMOBILESSvccal
Special Svccal Snorting SnorUl Service ServiceParis Senice ServiceParis
Paris Feb 3 3Frncc 5France France leads l a s the world worldIn
In the t e manufacture of the automobile automobileDuring automobie automobieDunng automobileDuring
During 1S97 less 18 and 18SO 189 the th French Fench man manufactured manIracturcd manmfacturcd ¬
ufactured Iracturcd 3000 0 cars valued at J30UOUOO J30UOUOOor 010
or 1000 0 each ech In 1900 10 60CO 60 were made val valuca valuc valucti
uca uc at 56WOOOO WO 1FJO000 or 51070 l0 mO each The 1S01 1S01production Il Ilproducton 1801production
production producton was 3SOO 32 cars car costing costng J11N7 J11N7each 1117 1117each 1li7 1li7each
each 65GO 5 cars were constructed constrcted in 1902 1902their l ltheir 1902their
their value being beln J7S00060 50 or SUO 81200 1200 each eachwhile cactIWilile
while whie in 3905 19 190 no less than 19SS6 automo automobiles automobies automobiieq ¬
biles bies were made valued at 31226009 H o or ori121
S SDuring I
1721 each eachDuring eachDUrlns
During the same year 19810 motor bicy bicycles blc bicyden ¬ I
den were made valued at 2774210 42tO or i1 140 140each 140each
each The total totl value of automobiles automobilesmanufactured automobilcamanufactured
manufactured in France last I t year yer will willprobably wil willprobably
probably foot up the enormous total of of6o06co
65006000 00 I IOgden
65006000Ogden Ogden News NewsOgden
Ogden Friday Feb 3 3SOLICITOR 3SOLICITOR 3SOLICITOR
SOLICITOR IS IS S HELD UP UPL UPL UPL
L B Vance Makes Unceremonious UnceremoniousAcquaintances Unceremonous UnceremonousAcquaintnces UnceremoniousAcquaintances
Acquaintances Acquaintnces on Way Home Homeand Homeand Homeand
and Contributes Contbutes 28 28L 28T
L T B Vance Vant a solicitor solcior for the Columbia ColumbiaMusic ColumbiaMusic
Music company was held up last evening eveningabout sVenlmlgabout velll
about 10 oclock robbed of 2830 3 and was wasthen ws wsthen wasthen
otlock
then marched marchtd about three thr blocks bloks at the theDhlut te teuhlnt themSbtflt
Dhlut of a revolver and forced force to move moveon moveon moveOn
on Vance was wa walking down Twenty Twentyfourth Twentyfourth j w nt ntfourUl
fourth street between bo > n Grant Grnt and Lincoln Lincolnwhen Lincolnwhn Lncolnwhen
when two men stepped st dout out from behind behindthe behindte behIndthe
the te trees tre and ono of them nabbing him himby himb himby
by b the th collar colar and shoving 5holnJ a gun against againsthis agcinst agcinsthis againsthis
his temple at the th same time tme ordered ordtn him htmto himto himto
to throw up Vance immediately raised raisedhis rised risedhis I IIlls
his hands and the second robber went wentthrough wentthrough wentthrough
through his anl pockets taking tlking out all au his hismoney hismoney hismoney
money The two holdups hol ups then escorted escortedhim escortet escortedhim
him down Twentyfourth street to V > vall vallavenue aU aUavenue au auavenue
avenue and north norh on Wall Wal avenue to the thoneighborhood theUhhborhood themeighborhood
neighborhood Uhhborhood of tho Iviesel Kje l warehouse warehousewhere warehousewhere i iwhere
where they released him and told him to tomake tomake tomake
make tracks trcks without looking back backNeither backNcfbcr backNeither
Neither mnnwas masked n1 ked and Vance gave gavea i ia
Ncfbcr a good Jood description e cripton of them to the police policeof polce polceoftcer policeofficers
fleers
of oftcer oftcerWiLL officers
WILL EXTEND CAR LINE LINEStreet LiNEStreet LINEStreet
I
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Street Railway Raiway to Reach Mouth of ofOgden ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden Canyon CanyonA
A street car cr line lne is to be constructed constructedduring constructedurln constructedduring
during durln this season by the Ogden OJcn Rapid RapidTransit RopldranBit RapidTransit
Transit company to the sanitarium nltarllm at atthe atthe atth
the th mouth of Ogden canyon can on This has hasbeen hasbeen nas nasbeen
been practically pmctcaU decided upon by the thestreet thestret thestreet
street stret car people but whether the line linewill lne lnewil linewIll
will wil be an extension extenion of the Glenwood Glenwoodpark Glenwoodpurk Glenwoodpark
park lino Ino up Twelfth Twolth street or whether whetherit
it will be an extention of the Twenty Twentysecond Twntysecond Twentysecond
second w1 street line and run along near the theboulevard thebculcard thebeimlevard
boulevard bculcard until unti ln the sanitarium sanitrium at the Hot HotSprings HotSprlnhs HotSprillga
Springs is it reached rtched has hat ha not yet et been de determined determh1ed tIetermlmed ¬
termined termh1ed A visit visi was wa made to the place placeWednesday plnceedneda placeWednesday
Wednesday edneda by George Gon e Matson ltatSn N C CKlygare CJ CFiygare
Klygare J and one or two other men rep representing reprncnUJ reprIseating ¬
resenting rncnUJ the th street car company com pan and andPresident andPr amIdPresldmmt
President Pr Presldmmt Il lt H H l Henderson of the Ogden OgdenSanitarium OgdenSanitarium OgdenSanitarium
Sanitarium and Hot Springs company companyBoth companyBoth companyBoth
Both the proposed routes were traveled traveledover trvele traveledover
over but the decision decsion was not definitely definitelymade dennite definitelymade
made as to the one to be bt used usedIt usedI usedIt
It I is probable that during durluS the Bummer Bummermonths Bummermonth summermonths
months regular trips will wil be made from fromtha fromtha
tha tho end of the car line lne up the canyon cnyon to tothe tothe totue
the Hermitage Hermla e and other resorts reort A line lineof lne lneoC lineof
of automobiles automobies for the carrying carring of pas passengers passnge passengers ¬
sengers snge may be established etablshe but this will willnot willflot 11
not be operated by the street teet car com company company cornpany ¬
pany In time tme it i is i assured asured that the theelectric theciectric timeciectric
ciectric line will WI wiiiextendto extend to Ogdon valley valleyMcNEILL vuJOY vuJOYMcNEILL valleyMcNEILL
McNEILL IS RELEASED RELEASEDJudge RELEASEDJudge RELEASEDJudge
Judge Frees Him and Accepts His HisOwn HJsOwn HisOwn
Own Bond BondCharlps B BondChlurls nd ndCharl
Charlps Charl D McNeil llcNeI was yesterday osterda re relouscd reIased
louscd IOied on bonds of S 500 to appear for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial on a a chargo of conspiracy cnsplrac and an was wasaccepted wasaccepted wasaccepted
accepted as his hi own bondsman bondfmn After Afterthe ACcr ACcrfe Afterthe
the failure e to hold him on the ciiargc C of ofattempted o oattempted
fe Jl nht cOC OC ft ftas
attempted extortion e tJ the c county l y yC attorney attorneyWas attorneylVaS
Was as willing wUlnJ to permit permi him to go JO on a anominal anominal anominal
nominal bond but no particular effort effortwas effortwas effortwas
was made by McNellls McNells friends to raise raisethe raisethe raisethe
the bond Yesterday Yeterda Municipal upllpal Judge JudgeMurphy JudSe JudSeiurphy JudgeMurphy
Murphy accepted accpte McNeill McNei himself limel liimet as a ms msown hIs hIsown hisown
own surety and he was straightway slraghtway re released rcJeatd reheused ¬
leased Jeatd
Sue Railway Raiway Company CompanyDamage CompanyD CompanyDitmage
Damage D mR e suits suis with wih claims aggregating aggr aUng aUngh8o
3775 have h8o been ben started starte against aginst the Og Ogden Ogder Ogdec
den der Northwestern railway riway by property propertyowners propertyowners propertyowners
owners in North Ogden O den The suits suit grow growout JOW JOWout growout
out of a fire fre which occurred at North NorthOgden NorthOgden NorthOgden
Ogden July uh 14 1 last and which burned a aquantity alunnUty atiuanttty
quantity of hay ha in the fields and in inthe Inthe inthe
the stacks stack as well wel as a destroying dcstorlng fences fencesand fencesand
and some buildings buntUn belonging bel0lg1ng to various variousfarmers vaIous vaIoustamer variousfarmers
farmers tamer The suits sis are brought by byG byGerge byGeorge
G Gerge George orge Ilalvcrson Haleron and the largest lar e claim claimis caim caimI
is I by b A R C Smith Smih who alleges aJege that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fire caused cused damage to his propertytj property lropety lropetytJ
tj the amount of 3000 0 Fred W V Ellis ISIIisaues Els Else EllisSties
Sties e in his own behaif for 800 aoO and for a aclaim aclaim
claim of 325 assigned asigne to him hlr by b Richard RichardF
F Berrett and an one for 150 5 assigned atslted from fromJames tom tomames fromJames
James ames F Berrett BerrettOgden Berret BerretOgden BarrettOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsMr BriefsMm
Mr 11 and Mrs Ir H C Blgaiow Bigeow left yes yesterday ye yesterday ¬
terday for a a trip tlp to the te east eastJames es eastJames
James H Wallis Vals of Sugar City Ci Ida Idaarrived Idaarrived Idaarrived
arrived in Ogden Ooden last I st night and will wi visit visitwith vIsitWitll
with relatives relaUve a day or two before going goingon
on to Denver DenverThe DenverThe
The now lodge loge qf Q Red Men lon will wt hold a ameeting ameeting
meeting meetng tonight tonl h t in the Trades and Labor Laborassembly Lbor Lbora Laborassembly
assembly a scmbl hall hallThe hal hallThe
The George Gorge A Lowe company compal has lia pur purchased purchased parchased ¬
chased a site for a big warehouse on onWall onVal onWall
Wall Val avenue near nor the Simmons hardware hardwarebuilding hadware hadwarebuiding Ilardwarebuilding
building buiding recently purchased purchaed by Fred Fr d J JKlese JIaese JKiescL
Klese KleseMembers IaeselIembers KiescLMembers
Members lIembers of the city et council oouncl are to have havean hacan hmavcall
an evening ecnlnJ at bowling bowln Councilman CouncilmanChambers Counciman CouncimanChumbcrN CouncilmualtChIumbers
Chambers will wi be captain cptain of one side and andCouncilman andCOluclmun andCouncilman
Councilman COluclmun Nye N e of the other otherV
V S OBrien has succeeded to tho po position poslUon positlon ¬
sition of manager of the thoPostal Postal Telegraph Telegraphcompanys Telgph TelgpheompanyK Telegraphcompammys
companys manuger office offce in Ogden in place plao of ofRichard orRlchar ofRichard
Richard ago Rlchar Cogan who resigned rsigne some time timeago tmo tmoago timeago
agoThe The local 10tal lodge 10cge of the Order of Rail Railway Rl Railway ¬
way Trainmen has ha unanimously unallmo ly passed pasaedIng pated patednsoluton8 passedrtsoiutiona
nsoluton8 rtsoiutiona conJratulatng congratulatIng and immend immendIn Snmmend Snmmending
Ing In Attorney Atorney W V L Maginnis Iaglnnl for COI his work workin wor worin workin
in securing a favorable dccfsion in the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court of the United nted States State of the thecase the thecase thecase
case of Johnson John on against aginst the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPaclle SouthernPacific
Pacific Paclle company which whlcl Is hailed as tho thomost thomost themost
most important decision as affecting afectng the therights therIght therights
rights rIght of trainmen trinmen that has been ren rendered rendered rcatIered ¬
dered in many years yearsHOCH y yearnHOCH rs rsHOCH
HOCH REMANDED REMANDEDTO TO JAI JAIWill JAIL JAILWill l lWil
Will Wil Probably Plead Guilty Gn t to Bigamy BigamyWhen BigamyWhe BigamyWhen
When Taken to toChicago toChcago toChicago
Chicago ChicagoNew Chcago ChcagoNe
New Ne York Feb 2 2ohann Job ami Hoch Hochwas Hoehwasarrlscd Ilochwas
was wasarrlscd arraigned in Jefferson Jefferon Market Marketcourt Marketcourt IarJtetcourt
court today and remanded until Satur Saturday Saturdu Saturday ¬
day du when whtn requisition requisiton papers are ex exptcted ex cxpcted
ptcted y ctC to arrive arr c from frm Chicago ChicagoThis Chicgo ChicgoThls ChicagoThis
This talk about my having hninS twenty twentyor twentyor1thirty
or or1thirty thirty thirt wives and and murdering rurdfbig a few fewof fewo
of o tfcm tficm Js Ss il alt nonsense he said aid while whilebeing wbUcheingtaken whieloIng
being heingtaken taken back to police polrcclcadquar polrcclcadquart headquar headquarters ¬
torn t rs Just Just let them go on oniSHi ijijfl pile pie It Iton iton ItOn
on me as a much as they th y please plose Ill Illmake Phimake
make some of them sorry when hen I get getback gtt gttbnCk getback
back to Chicagjii Chlnh It I is is a cast cas of mis mistaken mistaken matstakemi ¬
taken identity identty There are more more Hochs Hochsin Hodis9ii
9ii in the tho west than one oneAccording oneAccording oneAccording
According to l the t c police plce Hoch 1001 said sid h hvould hould htould
vould plead guilty gui y to bigamy bigmyullon upon his hisreturn hisrelurn hisreturn
return to Chicago Chto He sold lie hud hudmarried hud1narl hadillarrletI
married 1narl < d twice the police polce allege but butthat butthat butthat
that when he JI took tok ft second s ond wife ho hobelieved 1I 1Ibeleved litbelieved
believed beleved his former wife wJt hadsecured a adivorce adivorce
divorce from him himConcerning himConcerning himCoimcernlng
Concerning the charge of Or murder murderHoch murderHock
Hoch said saidThey sid sidThe saidThey
They The are accusing accusinS me of crimes that thatare thatare thatare
are said sid to have ha6 occurred oceuIe in in this tJls coun country country ountn ¬
try long before I came cme here ten yars yarsago Y1rSlSo yrursago
ago lSo I will prove by b documentary rotumenblr evi evidence tvl tvlt cvidonce ¬
dence t > nce that I was in Germany prior to tothe tothe totime
the time tme these crimes were er committed committedJohn ommJted ommJtedJohn cmnmittedJohn
John Graf of Gensingcn Bingenon BingenontheRhine BlngenontheRhine BingenontheRhine
theRhine where Herb Ho h wau wnt reared was wasa was wasa
a caller callr itt jjqUce olce headquarters headCmrt r5 today todayHe1 todayH todayHty
He1 H tqid the deteotiy elecUv s that th1t he h heertaIft was wascertain wuscrtu1
certain crtu1 he had bad kn6wn kn i Hoeh oc hi Gen Gensin GenslrqPn GsasIien
sin slrqPn sIien en where he passed pnS8 d as lS Jacob JacobSehmiatuhUPhelfft JacobSobtaltit
8 SehmiatuhUPhelfft Sobtaltit tnHt uiUI ujitli he he TiPft lEf there about ten tenj tenaf tenqar tenyqatsaKotnd
yqatsaKotnd qar j an cnJc9t dnetmscoummtry scunlry as asdl anL
1
af L aiamond dl IOJtagent agent hijKhsy hW hang SIo t ttune lout t u m for rorlW for4ihfelesIireS
tune lW > v t r < vx vxinlea
iGkt 4ihfelesIireS e9tr r < t thd h ftcoh fT Ii it Ic the thpnC them1le
inlea nC m1le rml 111 > f JacfibiSohnihlthe 3t Jak < kSoInlfd SchnlId4 S lie e w wa a ai mlrred mlrredrml married marriedS
WELCOME THE BISHOP BISHOPEpiscopalians B1SHQPEpicopalin BISHQPIhisc3opalians
Episcopalians Epicopalin ani aI i Their The EriejaaJ Fie Priena Prienajoy Ea Eajoy 1
joy a Banquet at the te Com Commercial Commercial om ¬
mercial mercia Club ClubA Cub CubA
A banquet was given last lat night at attbe the theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial Comm < rial club watvcn Iub by more than 1 10 100 < W Episco Episcopalians Episcopalans EpieoPahians ¬
palians palans and an members of other oth r aruimmi deflomfltmlations < onOn1 aruimmitlons
tlons tons in honor of Rt it Rev Franklin FranklinSpencer FankJn FankJnSpencer FganklinSpencer
Spencer Spa SpalQlg Id ibig In ST bishop blsh bishd of the Episcopal Episcopaldiocese Bl11scopaLdiocese EPIscopaLdiocese
diocese of Salt Sal Lake LakeFisher Lke LkeFsher
Fisher Fsher Harris Haris was wa toastmaster toa tmastQr He said saidIn slld
In assuming the ther function ncton that acme s n1 one onehad onehad onehad
had Questioned q1sUoned his right to preside at or orevenb r reven reveno
even eveno to attend atend a gathering gt of o Episcopal Episcopalians Episcopallana ¬
aringofEpscopal aringofEpscopalians
ians But he felt le that ho was W s properly
there ther because b usc he was an Episeoixallan Episeoixallanby EpislUan EpislUanby
by marriage marriageDean mariage S SDean
Dean Dtan J B Eddie was introduced i troducec to towelcome towelcome toWelcome
welcome Bishop Spalding Spalding Among other otherthings othtr othtrtings otherthings
things tings he said that the bishop blsho would not notsuffer notsuffer notstmffer
suffer from omilencc o len while whie presiding presidingover predldingthe presidingover
over the diocese dioese of Salt Lake Iake We expet ex expect CXpoet ¬
poet pet to keep Iep you good and tokeepyou tokeepyoubusy to kecp keepyoubusy Jou Joubusy
busy said he in addressing adtrc5sin the th bishop
There hee is a little ltte humor In the situation situationas situaton situatonas
as shown here tonight tonlgbt said i Bishop BlsbQ
Spalding when I recall recnJ the tearful and andalmost andalmost arnialmost
almost fearful farewells farcwils that were ort given givenme Jttn Jttnme givenme
me before starting for or this city Ql They Theyevidently Theyevidently lheyevident
evidently evident thought starIn they the would never hoar hoarfrom hourrrom hoarfrom
from me again There Ther was he said sid a acertain aCrtln acertain
certain Crtln advantage avlta > possessed possessd by a person personwho personwho
who had grown Jown up in the th west et and gone goneto goneto goneto
to the east and an then returned to the Ul west westHo west westIic
Ho H was able abJ > to discount discunt many ny of thtt thttstatements th thstatement thastatements
statements of persons perons in i the east en t who in insisted Inslsted Iflslated
slated that th t the mountains mountans of the be west westwore wet wetwere westvere
wore were filled with gold jold and silver I vel and andwhose andwhose andwhose
whose purpose purose in life lfe seemed to be to dis dispose dispose dispose ¬ I
pose ot western mining mlninJ stocks slokl These Thesepeople Thee Thesepeople
people looked looke upon the ministers as aseasiest aNeasiest aseasiest 1 I
easiest to work ork with school schol teachers ten hur noxt noxtin noxtorder roXtin
in order He did tld not feel like lk making makingany maklnan makingatmy j
any an promises promisc as his line lne of condUQt condut and andhoped andhOI andhoped
hoped hOI > that his progress progres wouldfcJot b bit bitalong t talong
el wou1hlot Q
along the road said to be paved with good goodintentions goodintentions ood oodIntentons
intentions intentionsToasts Intentons intentionsToasts
Toasts were responded respnded to by biDr b Dr F FBascom 8 8Bascom SBascom
Bascom G F I Putnam E B Critchlow CritchlowJudge Crithlow CrithlowJudgo CritehiowJudge i
Judge M 1 L LRltchle lRitcimie Ritchie Rev Rc C E Perkins PerkinsJudge Pekns PerkinsJudge i
Judge i C C Goodwin and Rev Re Dr W 31 31Pa MPaden 1 18a
Pa Paden PadenRALLY den denRALLY
8a 8aRALLY
RALLY ROUND ROU ND DOREMUS DOREMUSFriends DOREMUSFiends
Fiends Friends of State St te Engineer Engeer Want Vant Hint HintBeappointed HifltBeappointeCaleb
leappoitedCaleb Beappointed BeappointeCaleb Caleb Tanner TannerAlso Taner TanerAso TannerAlso
Also Aso in i the Field PieldFriends Feld FeldFriends FieldFriends
Friends of State Stte Engineer En lneer A F l Dore Dorerrus Doremus Dorenu8
rrus are making a a vigorous fight fght to secure securehis BCUrC BCUrChl8 ecurcills
his reappointment reppointment urging among amon other otherreasons otherresons otherreasons I
reasons resons that he should bo continued contuue In Incffico Inerfce I ml mleffico
cffico erfce long enough to put the now Irriga Irrigation Irrhaton irrigttion ¬
tion ton law into practical prctcal operation operaton Mr MrDoremus MrDorcmnus MrDoremus
Doremus acquaintance with the govern government Jver governmeat ¬
meat rent irrigation Irrigaton experts eXprt and his close as association a8oci assoclation ¬
sociation oci ton with them In plans involving involvingirrigation involvingirrIgton Involvingirrigation
irrigation irrIgton projects projetts in Utah tal and adjoin adjoining adjolnInJ adjoining ¬ i
vor ing InJ states tate is also being urged ure In his fa favor favor favor ¬
vorA A systematic sstfmatlc campaign c mpnlg in his behalf Is Isbeing Isbeing Isbeing
being inaugurated Inaugurate among the water users usersof usrs usrsor usersof
of the state who are placing placng their names nameson namts namtson nameson
on petitions pettons asking that he be retained retainedWord rctlned rctlnedVord retainedWord
Word from I Ll Leht ehl yesterday yotcrday was wa to the theeffect theefect theeffect
effect efect that a a petition pctton circulated there therehad thre threpad therehad
had been signed siged by practically practcly every everyprominent eveO eveOprominent everYprominent
prominent irrIgator in the neighborhood neighborhoodThe
The opposition oppositon to Mr lr Doremus is j s also alsowell allo alloll aliioneli
well ll organized and strong 8tron pressure presuro has hasbeen hasb1 hasheeii
been b1 brought to bear b ar against aglnlt him Men Menwho Menwho Mentvlmo
who have had h d pd p L projects pr jects in various variousparts variousart variousparts
parts art of the te state turned down are par particularly p ptirularl partieuiariy ¬
ticularly tirularl active acte In the fight against aJalnsl the thestate thestate thestate
state engineer enginer Caleb Tanner Tunnel of Utah Utahcounty Utaheount Utahcounty
county eount is regarded regad d as the most for formidable formidable formidable ¬
midable candidate against a again aln t Mr Doremus DoremusThe Dor DorpmusThe mus musThe
The latter later labors under the present die disadvantage dl dladuntate dieadvantage ¬
advantage aduntate of being belnJ an appointee of Got Governor Go Goernor Gotcrnor ¬
ernor Wells els while whie Tanner has several severalof
of 0 the Smoot leaders working worlng actively activelyfor aetel aetelfor
for him himThe bJmlhe himThe
The prevailing prwaitnS Impression htlpreslon is that ap appointments appointment appoimitments ¬
pointments pointment lhe will wi come comt in late this year yearbecause yearbecause ear earbecusE
because becusE of pending pendin legislation 1glaUon beams b a rng on onstato onstate U Ustato
stato boards commsaions commslons and appointive appointiveoffices apponte apponteorfce appointlveoffIces
offices officesDEATH orfce offIcesDEATH
S I IDEATH
DEATH FOLLOWS APOPLEXY APOPLEXYGeorge AP APOPLEXYGeorge PLEXY
I IGeore
George Geore Jacobs a Tormer Forer leadville leadvilleBusiness leadvilleBusiness eadvle eadvleuiess
Business uiess Man Expires Epies in i the theWhite theWhite
White Wte House HouseGeorge RouseGeorge HouseGeorge
George Jacobs was found foundtead dead yester yesterday yestcrdaJ yet yetday ¬
day in his bed be attho at th the White Vhle IJouse and andActing andActng andActing
Acting Actng Coroner Dana Dana T Smith decided decidedthat de decidedthat ld d dthat
that death was due ue to apoplexy apoplo The Thebody Thebo Thebody
body bo was removed to o ODonnells ODonnels under undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
taking rooms roms pending p nal the receipt reept of In Instructions Instructons instrtietlons ¬
structions structons from relatives relaU and friends trend in inLeedville inLdHe InLesdvilhe
Leedville LdHe None was received receive up to a alate alate
late hour last night nightMr night nIghtMr
Mr 1 Jacobs was formerly forerly in the saloon saloonbusiness saloonbusiness saloonbusiness
business In that city Ity but came here in inNovember InNovember inNovember
November He Intended Intend > to proceed to the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast for his health but decided deld < < finally finallyto finalY finalYto
to remain in Salt Sal Lake for a few weeks weeksHe weeksHe weeksHe
He had had one apoplectic apoplecte fit it since his hisarrival hisarrivaL hisarrival
arrival arrivalMORTONS arrivaLMORTONS arrivalMORTONS
t
MORTONS NAME LEFT OUT OUTReport OUTRepor OUTReport
Report Repor of Commerce Commission Commssion Is IsAgainst IsAgst IsAgainst
Against Agst the te Santa Fe PeRailroad FeRioad FeRailroad
Railroad RailroadWashington Rioad RioadYashington RailroadWashington
Washington Feb Fb2The 2 2The The interstate interstatecommerce Interstatecommerce izitertatecommerce
commerce commission today toda forwarded forwarde to tothe tothe tothe
the attorney atorney general generl a a report on the in investigation inesl investigation ¬
vestigation esl aUon of the charges that the Atchl Atchlaon AtchlTopeka Atchison
son Topeka Santa Fe Feralroad railroad has been beengranting beenganUng beengranting
granting ganUng rebates rebate to the te Colorado Colordo Fuel FuolIron FuelIron FuelIron
Iron company the report showing that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the law had been violated in these trans transactions trn trnactons transactions ¬
actions actons and referring referrng the whole wholp matter matterto
to the department of Justice justee for Qr action actionThe nton ntonThe actionThe
The commissions decision holding that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the law had been violated Is accompaniedby accompanied
by h the voluminous testimony testmon taken at tho thohearings th9 th thhearingr
hearings hearingsThere hearlngTere hearingrThere
There Tere Is no mention menton of Secretary Screta of tho thoNaw thoa theNavy
Navy a Morton orton who was vice president prsl ent of ofthe orthe ofthe
the road at the time tme the transactions transctons oc occurred oecurrtd occurred ¬
curred currtd In th the commissions comml slon8 decision d < clsl n and andno andno ammdrio
no connection conn cton whatever what ve by the commis commission commission commisslon ¬
sion between 1 tween Mr 1 Morton and the rate ratetranpaction ratetranfacton ratetransaction
transaction tranfacton complained coiplalnd of The ha report reportwill reportwi reportwill
will wi be made public pUbl tomorrow tomorrowWILL tomorroW tomorroWWilL tomorrowWILL
WILL FOLLOW THE CHARIOT CHARIOTSix
Six ISoted foted Indians Will Wi Atend Attend Roose Roosevelts Roocvelts RooeveIts ¬
velts Coronation CoronationWashington CoronationWashlnJon CoronationWashington
Washington WashlnJon Feb 2 2The Thc Inaugural Inauguralcommittee Inauguralconltee inauguralcommittee
committee conltee today appropriated approprated 2000 2OO or oras oras oras
as much thereof as s may be necessary necessaryto necesary necesaryto
to pay the expenses of six noted In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians coming cominS her to participate in inPresident inPr inPrcnldent
President Pr sldent Roosevelts Roo evelts inaugural parade paradeThe p pitradeThe rde rdeThe
The Indians who according to the thepresent thepreent thepresent
present preent plan are to rendezvous at the theIndian th thJ theIndian
Indian school S clloat at Carlisle Pa and who whoare whoare wIlOare
J are to be accompanied by 350 cadets cadetsand cadetsand
and a band amid tnd rfix Ix attendants atendants or in interpret inI interpret
terpret rs are VGeronimo the old oldApache oldApache oldApache
terpretrs
I Apache chief now at Fort Sill Si Okla OklaQuannah OklaQURnnah Ohm OhmQuamimiah
Quannah Parker a Comanche omnche at An Anardako Anardko Anardako
ardako ardko Okla Buckskin Euceskln Charlie Charle a TJte TJteat Uleut TJteat
at Durango Durang Cclo Little Litte L1tti Plume i iPiegan lPlegan tPiegan
Piegan or Blackfoot Blackroot at Browning BrowningMont roingMont rotpng rotpngMont
Mont Mont American Amerl an Horse a Chtsyouno Choune at atRushville atRushvle atRushlvihle
Rushville Rushvle Neb and Holly Holy Horn Boar Boara
a Sioux Siolx at Valentine ValentnE Neb These Thee In Indian Indlan Indlan ¬
dlan warriors will wi ride Indian Indr u poiiioa poiiioain pomml s sin
in the parade paradeRUDOLPH pardeRUDOLPH paradeFU
RUDOLPH FU DOLPH WILL iILL HANG HANGST HA HANGSTPATRICKS JG JGST
ST STPATRICKS PATRICKS DAY DAYJefferson DAYJeefon DAYJefferson
Jefferson Jeefon City Mo Jo Feb Fl 2 2T1te Tho su supremo supreo nilpreuio ¬
premo preo court curl today tOn affirmed ufrlrmpt the tI judgment juderorntC jud mrnt mrntr
If C the UiP lower court Court which ronvli eoiivlrted < 01lrt4a t d Wil William Wli11am VI ¬
liam 1am Rudolph Rudotp1 of thf th murder of Detective DetcrtivcSehumacher DottfUve DottfUveSohumacher DetectiveSclmunmaehter
Sehumacher and sentenced him to be behanged behanged behanged
hanged March Mtu h 17 next nextDetective n nextDetective xt
Detective ctecU Scnumaeher was killed kid whIle wUtloattempting whIleattempting hlo hloatcmpUn
attempting atcmpUn to tourre4 arrest Irr t Kudoiph a IUHI d CollIns Coljinsfer Coltlnsfer
fer the robbery of the UudoiVJ Union t Mo 0 bank bankCollins b bankCollins uk ukColins
Collins Colins was hanged hnl t some time Ur ago a o Ru Kudolpli RudOlph Rudolpil
dolpli escaped from the St Ixiuis jail jnl and andWHS andWan
Wan 8 found in the Kansasstate lanlsif ansaaI tale S peniten penitentiary penltcnUaI pemmitennary ¬
nary tiarySTANLEY UaI UaISTANLEY narySTANLEY
STANLEY TO T9 MANAGE SPOKANE SPOKANESpecial SPOKANESJok SPOKANESpecial
Special CI to The hO Herald HeraldSpokane
Spokane SJok Wash h hObaI1llat F Feb b baI1llat 2 ItMutt ItMuttStanley Matt MattStanley
Stanley StnllY catcher with Spokniio 6pollW last lastyear la lastyear t tYf8r
year Yf8r formerly rormtl with wih Seattle wa wasigned WRI was wassigned
signed slgld today as manager mnnngtr of the Spo Spokane 6pokan ¬
kane kan lenu < team tem In the thePaclCe Pacific National NationalKING Natonul Natonullenu
lenufIIiiItor
fIIiiItor fIIiiItorKING
KING OF ALL BREAD BREADS
S ls I Is > Royal Bread Our crown label on onevery 011ver onevery
every ver loaf At U allgrocers allgrocersDIAMOND aU grocers grocersDIAMOND grocersDIAMONDCOAL
DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSold COAL COALSold
Sold only l 1i y CJtlzons CJtlzons5S Cl Jz h C if nY nYS3
5S 5 Vest Second S cona SButhi E lh i re149 l49
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MITCHELL MJIG SAYS SA YSH HIS IS INNOCENTS INNQQE INfOCEN1ACIS t 1
ACT ACIS fJAVE IAVE BEEfi EEICtTROED il Ql1 J tsTRJE I
S
S s Washington WashintonRo Bob 2 2Senator Senator SenalofI SenalofJohn I John JohnH Johnn
H Mitchell of Oregon who was indict indicted indlctcd IndictCd ¬
cd by the United States tat s grand jury at atPortland atPortland atPortland
Portland yesterday fcr bribery in con connection eonnectlon on onnectlon ¬
nectlon with the land frauds investiga Investigatipu j
tipn has made a statement in which i ihe
he says sa 5 he welcomes the most search searchn searchlug j jI I
lug n Investigation of the charges against againstaim I
aim and I asserts that only miscon mlseonstrued j I
strued innocent acts and unwarrant unwarranted ¬
ed inferences can connect him with the theland theland
land frauds He further says saysOf sasOf saysOf I
Of the final outcome I have not the theslightest thesll theslightest
slightest sll htest fcar fearbut but In the meantime meantimeaSfertln I Iassert Iassertlu
assert aSfertln in the most no t positive poslt e manner that thatI I
I never ne r in my 111 life had any conversa conversatlon conversatlon comiversatlon
tlon with Frederick R Kribs whatever whateverin I
in reference to any lands cr < 1 any other otherbusiness j
business matter I am positive po ItJve In the thestatement th thsta thestatement I
statement sta ement that I never at any time or orany J Jany t tany
any place received from him Frederick FrederickIt i ihim I IR
R KrIb3 or from any other per person on rot rothim forhim
him directly or Indirectly any an check checkor
or checks for any an amount whatever whatevereither whateereither whatevereither I
either on a Roseburgr bank or any other otherMOTHER otherMOTHER otherMOTHER
MOTHER NOW NOWHASBOYI NOWHASBOYIMrs HAS BOY BOYMrs I
Mrs Ella Jackson Secures Kidnaped KidnapedSon
Son Through Aid of Her Herj HerSister HerSister
Sister SisterAVith SisterVith SisterWith
With the aid of Deputy Sheriff T L LIrvine LIryinc LIrvine
Irvine Miss Olga Henderson succeeded succeededI succ sucesedeaiat ede edel
I lust l t night in regaining 3yoaroId 3yoaroIdi 3yooroldHenry 3yearoldHenry
Henry Jackson who was taken tak n from fromi fromhiS fromhIS
his grandmother Mrs Sophia Alex Alexander Alexnnder Alexnuder ¬
ander 324 South Second East street str stieetlast et j
last la t Monday lIon a by b his father John Jack Jackson Jnekon Jackon ¬
son on The child whom relatives thought thoughthad thoughthad thoughthad
had been taken out of S Salt lt Lake was wasfound wusfound wasfound
found at the home of a family by b the thename thename thename
name of McDonald residing on they Seventh they1hmthi e euth ¬
enth > uth East between Third and Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South streets Th Jacksons were di divorced divbrced dlttrced ¬
vorced a year ago last fall fallScarcely fallScarcely fallScarcely
Scarcely half an hour after Miss MissAlexander MissAlexander 115S 115SAlexander
Alexander had ha 1 secured the boy Mrs MrsKlla MrsElla MrsElla
Ella Jackson his mother who ho hurried hurriedfrom hurriedflom hurriedfrom
from Blackfoot Ida on being notified notifiedof
of the kidnaping arrived at the Mc McI McDonald McDonald
Donald home accompanied by b Jackson Jacksonwhom Jacksonwhom Jacksonwhom
whom she had met by accident on the thetrain thelraln thetrain
train and whom she had forced to dl divulge dlyulge dlvuige ¬
vulge the boys whereabouts The child childhad childbad hUd hUdbad
bad been taken by b Miss nss Alexander who wholiE whos
As s Mrs Jacksons sist sister r to the home homei homeor homeof
of Mrs Enoch Chytraus S45 Seventh SeventhEast SeventhEast SeventhEast
East street and there he was found by bybi8 bybin
1 bin mother later In the evening eveningMiss eveninglIss eveningMIss
Miss Alexander was notified n Utied by Sher Sheriff Sheriff Shericr ¬
iff Emery Emer yesterday that Jackson who whohad whohad whohad
had kept in hiding after taking the theboy theboy theboy
boy had been b eu located In Ogden She Shewent Sheent Shewent
went ent at once to the junction city cit and andthere andthere andthere
there the authorities compelled Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son at Miss I1S8 Andersons bidding to tell tellwhere teUwllerc tellwhere
where the baby hoy was wasMiss wasMiss wasMiss
Miss Alexander returned at once se secured secured secured ¬
cured the aid of a deputy in order to toassure t tkPsute toassure >
assure the McDonalds of the legality legalitycf JeplJ1itycf
cf the step and removed Jemovedher her nephew nephewMrs nephewUrs nejThewMrs
Mrs Jackson Jac1 on has been employed in inBlackfoot inBlackfoot inBlackfoot
Blackfoot for some time and has sup supported supported supported ¬
ported her son Jackson contributed contributednothing contributednothing contributednothing
nothing although the terms of the di divorce divorce 11 11vorce ¬
vorce stipulated that 5ie should see his hisson hisson hisson
son whenever he desired The divorce divorcehowever divorcehowever divorcehowever
however did not contain any an kidnap kidnaping kidnaping kidnapin ¬
ing in clause < So upset are Mrs 115 Jackson Jacksonand Jncksonand Jacksonand
and her mother Mrs Alexander over overthe oerthe overthe
the affair that both will leave for forBlackfoot 101Iaekfoot forBlackfoot
Blackfoot tonight taking the child with withtiiem withthem wIththem
them Jackson has relatives In Poca Pocatello Pocatello Pocatehlo
tello who offered Mrs Jackson aid in inrecovering InlccowerIng Inrecovering
recovering little Henry HenryBOUNTY Henr Henra HenrBOUNTY HenryBOUNTY
a
BOUNTY PRISONERS COMING COMINGHanna COMINGHanna COMINGHanna
Hanna and Clark Due Here Today TodayMay TodayMay TodayMay
May Be Wanted in Provo ProvoProvo ProvoProvo ProvoProve
Provo Feb 2 2It It is possible that Ed Edward E EnaJd Edward ¬
ward Hanna whose arrest in connection connectionwith on onwith
with the bounty frauds was reported in intodays Intodays Iatodays I
todays Herald may have paid Utah coun county couflty ¬ I
ty a visit In the course of his business businessThe businessThe businessThe
The county clerks record recordo of certificates certificatesIssued certificatesIssued 1 1Issued
Issued for bounties bountl s shows that on June 27 271C04 Z I
1C04 004 the sum of 4S4 was paid to Ed Hanna Hannafor HamnRtor Hannafor
for fiftysix coyotes It i is rather a astrange astrange astrange
strange coincidence that Frank Clark ap appears appears appeats ¬
pears on June 30 also with fiftysix coy coyotes co cooteRo coyotes ¬
otes for which he received a certificate certificatecalling frUfleatecalling ertifieatecalling
calling for 84 S4 Clark has turned In sev several several soyoral ¬
eral large lots of furs for bounty bount and he heand beand heand
and Hanna are the only persons the offi officers ofncer5 oiicers ¬
cers here her have any an suspicions against as aspossible asposible aspossible
possible violators of the law except e cept so far faras faras faras
as the th < provision which requires the per person person person ¬
son presenting skins for bounty to swear swearthat swearthat swearthat
that they have personally killed the ani animals anImals antrnala ¬
mals This jirovision which appears lPD < ars to tohave to1Ia tohave
have 1Ia < been considered technical hcs been beenfrequently beentrequentl beenfrequently
frequently violated violatedDeputy violatedDeputy violatedDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Shf > riCl Joseph C Sharp is ex expected expected expectcd ¬
pected to arrive in Salt Lake today toda hav having havIng hatlag ¬
ing in charge as prisoners Edward Hanna Hannaand Hannaand i4annaand
and Frank Clark who were arrested in inReno inReno inFeao
Reno Nev Wednesday Vednesd on charges impli implicating tmpIJCIlUn implieating ¬
eating them in connection with the bounty bountyfrauds bountyI bountyfrauds bountyfrauds
frauds perpetrated pe in Salt Lake City CityPERSONAL CityPERSONAL CityPERSONAL
I PERSONAL PERSONALTraffic
I Traffic Manager T M Schumacher of ofthe oftht ofthe
the Oregon Short Line returned from the theeast theI theeast
I east ca t yesterday yesterdayRev yesterdayRev esterda esterdaRe
Rev Re John E Carver arver pastor ofthe oftheFirst or the theFirst theFIrst
First Presbyterian church of Ogden OI en was wasIn WdSIn Waslii
In Salt Lake yesterday and a paid < 1 a visit visitto vhitt
to t the legislature legislatureSpencer legislatureSpencer legislatureSpencer
Spencer lawson and Dr C M r Bene Benedict Benedict Eeriediet ¬
dict were the hosts at t a a dinner party at atthe atthe atthe
the EmoryHolmoB Ipst night Covers Coverswere Coverswre Coverswere
were laid for seven sevenMrs Scenlrs sevenMrs
Mrs lrs M 1 B Whitney hitney who has been een con confnod connod < on ontnod
fnod nod to her iiome for the past few fewweeks fewneeks fewnoaks
weeks by b illness Is ii improving and is now nowablo nowablo nowable
ablo to see her friends friendsR
R T Burton jr has returned from his hiseastern hiseastern hiseastern
eastern trip After testifying before the thesenate the6Ute thescmtte
senate committee OH privileges and dee elections deetions lec lectlons ¬
tions at Washington Mr Ir Burton visited visitedPhiladelphia visitedPhIladelphia 1 lted ltedPhiladelphia
Philadelphia New York and several Ohio Ohiocities OhioCUC5 Ohiocities
cities where he h has relatives relativesMETEOROLOGICAL relativeso relativesMETEOROLOGICAL relativesMETEOROLOGICAL
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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTMaximum REPORTaximum REPORTMaximum
Maximum temperature 45 4 degrees min minimum minImum mimlimum ¬
imum temperature 87 degrees moan tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
perature 41 degrees which is 12 j degrees degreesabove degreesabove legreesabovc
above the normal 110rm l accumulator excess of oftemperature ottompcrature oftemperature
temperature since the first of the month
23 desrees accumulated excess of tem temperature temPQrnture ternporeture ¬
perature sine Jan 1 1S3 degree Total Totalprecipitation TOtlllreclpjtat Totalprecipitation
precipitation on from 6 lJ m to 6 i m fiO fiOinch roinoh 69inch
inch accumulated aLcumLlla ted c CXf Cxss oss > 5S of prpfiplt llrr ipltation ipltationsince < tlon itlonsince tlonsince
since the first of the month 03 G In hwh b bcumulated tto ttocumulatrtl mit mitcmmmulmtted
cumulated dofieieny of pic pclpilatioil pclpilatioilsince IeiPltattlflilsince < lp latirm latirmsince
since Jan 1 1 Inch
bank ii IDn p tnsIderatIonftr Consideration uonfO far < any services servicesrendered servicesrendered i <
rendered or to be rendered by me as assenator a5st assenator
senator st > nator or otherwise or for any purpose purposeWhatavcr purposewhataver i ihauwe
Whatavcr WhatavcrI hauwe I
I further assert that Frederick R RKriiw RKri HKrifs
Kriiw Kri never ll er in his life contracted with withme withfllC I
me for the services of A H Tanner and andmyself andmyself andmyself
myself or agree tgree with me to pay for forservices fo focrvlces forservices
services alleged to have been rendered renderedin
in part by ih 1 in appearing before and andpersuading anduersuadlng andperntadlng
persuading Binger Hermann commis commissioner commisslnor conirnisInOr ¬
sioner of the general land office to tomake tomake tomake
make sepcial orrecommend or recommend ommend the issue Iseueof 198ueQt issueof
of any an patents pat nts nor do I believe he ever evermade evermade evermade
made any an such contract with AH AHTanner A H HTanl1car HTanner
Tanner for r the reason that by b the ar arUcles articles articIbs
Ucles of our copartnership it was ex expressly expressly expressly ¬
pressly stipulated that I could not be bein beIn beIn
in any anrmannelnterested anymanner manner interested in any depart department departrnen departntentf ¬
ment business busln Ss But as to what business businessmatters businessmattert businessnmatterj
matters Judge Tanner may have had hadif hadIt hadif
if any with Kribs Judge Tanner can canhimself eanhlm canhimself
himself hlm e1 speak sp ak as I have no knowledge noknowledgpot knowledgeof
ot them th m whatever or do I know that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were any anyBUYS anyBUYS amlyBUYS
BUYS PASADENA HOME HOMEMrs
Mrs Susan B Emery Holmes Secures SecuresOne SeouresOne SecuresOne
One of Finest Residences in inCalifornia inCalifornia inCalifornia
California Town TownNews TownNew TownNews
News reached Salt Lake yesterday ye t ri1a that thatMrs thatIrs thatMrs
Mrs Susan B EmeryHolmes hits 1ut bought boughtone bqught bqughtcne bQughtcue
one of tho finest residences in Pasaoena PasaoenaOal Pasa pasanenaCal ena I ICal
Cal The fleal which was made through I
W R Stat stags Co of that city Involved Involvedthe Jnvoivedthe involvedthe
the transfer from J 1 C Daiuolf Dant l to Mrs MrsHolmes MrsHolmes Irs IrsHolme
Holmes of u magnificent nousc nous and anagrounds andund andgrounds
grounds und at 141 South Grand avenue which whichIs
Is probably the finest drive in all south southern southlrn southera ¬
era California The estate comprises comJr s the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house completely compl tI furnished and grounds groundswith groun grouiidswith 1s 1swith <
with a frontage of 18S i feet f t on Grand GrandHvenue GrandavOnue
I
Hvenue and a depth of 450 J feet on Live LiveOak J I
Oak avenue It is understood the price pricepaid pricepaid pricepaid
paid was SSOSW SW0OColonel SSOSWColon I
Colon l and Mrs Holmes will take pos penCession j jsession I IliJessto
session Cession n at once and nd expect eJq t to be living livingin
in the new houee by b the lath of this thismonth thismonth thismonth I
month Although no definite word has hasbeen hashern hasbeen
been received as a to their plans it Is un understood understood anderstood ¬
derstood here that the place w was 8S s bought boughtable boughtas
as an investment and to provide a deslr deslrabl desirable
able abl home during the winter months The TheSalt ThlSnlt TImeSalt
Salt Lake house is still to be regarded as asheadquarters ashcadquartf asheadquarters
headquarters > n and Colonel aiicl Mrs MrsHolmes Mrilolmes Irs IrsHolmes
Holmes expect to return to it in April AprilCharles AIJrne AprilI
e dIII
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1 I music and 1rama Drama DramaCharles II
Charles B llanford played Othello at atthe i ithe I
the Salt Lake theatre yesterday after afternoon liternoon afternoon ¬
noon and Don Caesar Kr > de e Bazan zan in th thevening thy thyevening
il ilevening
evening Mr llanfords Moor was differ different dtfftrent differeat
ent In many respects from the popular popularconception popularconception populareonceptiomm
conception For example in the first firstscone firstscone I
scone he made the Moor a swashbuckling SWHlihbuckUsort swahbuckiingsort I Isort
sort of a fellow not bearded bL > like the thepurd I Ipard Iiard
purd but full of strange oaths or at j I Ilust IIcuat
least mannerisms Most people have been beenunder beenunder beenamlder
under the impression that Othello was a Hmodest amodest amodest
modest sort of a chap Mr Hanfords Hanfordssupport HanfDrdssupport Hanfordssupport
support was not adequate adequateDon adequateVon adequateDon
Don Caesar de Bazan was a great im improvement improvcment tmprovement ¬
provement Staged with great elaborate elaborateness elaborateness elaborateness ¬
ness and dressed very handsomely handsom > I the theplay thepia theplay
play pia went with IUt a snap and a vigor that thatkept thatk thatkept
kept k > pt the interest high from beginning to toend toend toend
end As s Don Caesar Mr Hantord mess measured m messured s sured ¬
ured wall up to requirements and the en entire tUtire entire ¬
tire company c mp8 showed to much better ad advantage adan advantage ¬
vantage an < Tlie Lue engagement was for the tneafternoon theafternoon timeafternoon
afternoon and an evening 9 pithy oulyyon pithyYon > Uy
4 < Yonson Yon has be been here lD
Yon oll n many manytimes mnietytimes UY UYtimes
times before b > fore but opening at t the > GmnI Gnudlast Gresstlast i ilast
last night an engagement that will fill fillthe finthe flittile
the balance of the week the phiy IN drew drewand drewand drewand
and delighted a big audience Better men menthat menthat menthat
that David Brattstrom have appeared in litSalt i iSalt
Salt Luke in the nameprt name part rt but Bratt Brattstrom Brattstronlls BrettstromIs ¬ 1
strom stronlls Is entertaining There Tere is so much muchof muchot muchof
of the desirable article known as fat in inhis illhis inhis
his lines and situations th that t he would be bevery bevery bevery
very bad ba indeed if he did not cause causelaughter CdUKelaughter causelaughter
laughter and nd applause at frequent inter interElizabeth intervals intervals
vals valsElizabeth Elizabeth Chester as S SElizabeth the Widow Laflin Lafllnmada Laflinmade Laflinmade
made good ood In great reat shape s IJe with a song so son and anddance anddance anddance
dance and an d other comedy work and na Harry HarryBond H HarryBopd ar
Bond got a good deal out of the small smallpart smallpurt smallIlart
part of Vanderbilt Van erbnt Botts real estate estateboomer estateboomer estateboomer 1
boomer boomerAs boomerAs boomer boomerAs
As stated Yon Yonson onson will be seen seenat seenat seenat
at the Grand again tonight tonj ht tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight
night and at a s matinee tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowi tomorrowThe
4 i a aTile I
The clever cl ver young comedian come lan Harry HarryBerasford Harr1BQt8kCord harryBeresford
Berasford well w ll and favorably known in inSalt inSalt IaSalt
Salt Lake opens at the Theatre tonhcht tonhchtan ton tonthtan ht ht1n
an engagement of three performances of ofOur ofOur ofOur
Our New Man MunPatronize ManJ ManPatronize
J eo eoPatronize
Patronize the CoUender CoUenderBowling CollenderBowline ColienderBowlIng
Bowling Alley and Billiard Parlor ParlorCommercial ParlorS
If IfCommercl
S S
Commercial l National bank savings savingsdepartment savingsdepartmeht savingsdepartmeht
departmeht Open for depoaits Satur Saturday Saturay Saturday ¬
day ay from rom 7 7 to 8 p m mDr inDr
Dr E ilL Keysets Method of Pilling Pillingteeth Fillingteeth IilUngteeth 1
teeth is painless 162 l6 Main street str et Auer Auerbach Anerba AuerbaCh
bach ba b tmildinK Telephone 1120 K KWhy KDANGER I IDATN6ER
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