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THE SALT LAKE H HERAID RAJLP THURSDAY
= I i FEB 16 6 1905 7 7I
I HERALD SPORTING NEWS I
LITTLE TARGET TARGETPRACTICE T TARGETPRACTICENEEDED I IPRACTICEN
PRACTICE PRACTICENEEDED PRACTICENEEDEDPoor NEEDED NEEDEDPoor EED EC ECPoor
Poor Marksmanship Keeps Dagos DagosDirt DagosOut DagosOut
Out of Jail JailVIOLATED JailVIOLATED 3a11VIOLATED
VIOLATED STATE GAME GAMrJ LAW LAWBINGLEY LAWBINGLEY W WBINGLEY
BINGLEY DID DUTY DUTYBUT BUT HAD HAD NO NOEVIDENCE NOVI NOEVIDENCE
EVIDENCE EVIDENCEIt VI DENCE DENCE1t
i
It is not ot often that a man goes oes out to tohunt tobtrnt tohunt
hunt duck and after wasting much mu 1t am ammunition ammunition armIflufl1tion ¬
munition comes home vrttlioutu n feather
an arid 1 Is glad that he Is such a t poor shot
fiirrt sons of o Italy JtJ who reside at Mur ¬
ray ire re at liberty lbt today however from
the tr fact that they thtY CQuld not hit a l flock flockS tock tockn flockcif
S n cif ban wIth an Automatic shotgun
State Game Warden Sharp is of the theopinion theOPnion theOllfllOfl
opinion OPnion that more game is destroyed dfstroyed and andmore andmn andflIfle
more unlawful unhnvtl shooting shootng is 1 done eln thte thtejounty tqk tl1Iscounty
county olmty by the colony of foreigners who
llvi 11 at t Murray Iur1 than from any other
sourcf fourc a urce and at lutft la t decided decltd to mil Ht nit a stop
to t luntln hunUn = from rom t18 ths Ul quarter Quarta altogether Ilcgeta
im Th state t law aw w on hunting hutnc pays as non
risidentH must mUt secure seur a mm un license be
for they t ht can < n enjoy this 11n sport lcense in n Utahf Utl b
As A nearly n aU if not nil of tho foreigners foreignersK Ut
aU1 al forIgner
IhJnl Ihiiig at MUrry Murey arl are 8ubjets subjects of some someIropean I
K IJroltan Iropean > rojH > an potentate potetatt State Stte Game Warden WardenrJ rar en enlrJ
s i lrJ rp rJ thought he sw sass aw A chance chan to nail nJul
sum of the persons Plonl he la oopltlve ttve are nresHKitiiut Ire aresafrIr1xg
sHKitiiut Inth game glme out out of a season e Bon ln and killing klln
mon mnl game in senaon seln tlian thar the the law al a1J3iI1
l Iw iw < I
iwKill Kill Hi Bfngley Bnglf was ws set s on the case yes
triliy trI10 and instructed Intructel to cet busy bu It Itwis I ItWs
wis is not 10t Ions Ion before bfore William VJlam spotted I IUlr
spoted
three Ulr Italians ItaiianKj Ialal pumping leden leaden pelctH pellets at atI
j j I flock fofk of o tuek cucka < uck8 in such a fierce rerce man mal manfirst
i L i that it resembled resemble a bombardment Of
Port Arthur Bingley Bngley at once onc oapturqfl eapturQElP11
thi Hl trio and promptly prompt brought opturQ them to tothe toth toth
the th iity cty and turned tue them over to County
Attorney tfrney Christenson Chrstenen The he charge char e was wasi wasiIlrldpn vs vsJ1nrlidnt
J1nrlidnt i iireeidrnis hooting > hoUng game without wihout a 8 II IIcrn Iir
crn n r T Tr f f Attorney Atorne ChrIstensen Chrlltenmn n scanned the
law J w on 0 the subject subJet and then th asked for fol
th proof 1 rot but Bill BI couM cou not 10t even evenprodiue evenprOdtht evenprodute
prodiue a feather stating that his cap I Itur Itur1
turc tur had ha failed tlfd to t get anything The Thela ThelaIp5
datos < la laIp5 o were wMe ete released r leA8ed and Bingley nlngh y start Btartri starton
ri f r in a still stl hunt for State Sttt Game War Warden WarIcn Val ValI Vala7i ¬ I
den Icn Sharp The above Incident t is why xrhvth whytill
th I < bill a7i for protection Q rg eo1n of game In Js Ttan TtanYICTK t I7tahflow h
flow 110 before b fore the legislature elslature was secured securedfrom securedjii I
jii from the reading clerk yesterday Yfsterday and andlumped
r lumped 11antd to rend r d kill ki wound or shoot at atin atin atla
in plaf > lao la < of shooting shootingTRACK shootlugTRACK hootug hootugTRACK j
TRACK RECORD RECORDBROKEN RECORDBROKENAnanns BROKEN BROKENAnanias BROKENAnanias
Ananias Ananns Cuts Full Ful Second from Mile Mileand Mileand
and Hundred Hunded Yard YardMark YardMrk YardMark
Mark MarkSan Mrk MrkSIUI MarkSait
San Francisco lraneo Feb 16 ThIn In the handicap handicapat
at Oakland OlklfUld today Ananias UU U cut asecond asecondfrom u a second secondfrrn ud udfrnJ
from frnJ the tracks trck highest hhhl > st mark for one onenrtlf oneniB
niB and a hundred yards ar t placing pliclng the thcrird thercrd ther I
rird r rd at 14fl 1 4 44 The Jflfl 0 KX handicap luin lctp was waslooked waso waslOOkd
looked o upon by race 6 goers U be a gift gifto gilttO
i
tO o tin Ryan I stable a Honiton o eliouldar eliouldaritg io liould 13 13is r rug
ug is 12i l2 2 pounds pund and Sari Nicholas her herMibl herI her4bII
Mibl I abl companion cmJnion were pronounced fa fav faTI a aVr1tcs
v Vr1tcs rites TI at < to 5 The others other pronounce receded recede In Inr InbqUtnce
r t nsr bqUtnce < iuence of the th strong lay on The ITieR liteH TheflYI1I
R flYI1I > ni I pair ScliorrsCraok Shorrtk Ananms AnanttM blng beingiml blngchoice blngnd
< iml choice Maid of Fermuv Fermt at 30 3 to toook
1 took the opening ope1lng race rc through throubo Knuppa Knuppa1onr Knuppslor KnuppIeIor
1onr rkllng r1ng of Ruby Rub RubWtather
Wtather V athec cloudy clo track ttck fast Results Resultsiirnt Heuls Itesults1iriit I IIjnt
iirnt Ijnt race lC five fve and H t half furlongs furlongsMaI1 urlfn iirlongsat I
MaI1 lal1 at < 1 of F Ftrmo > rmoy won Ruby Rub bccond Afe Afejfuo McrngIIe Me
ringlP rngIIe jfuo third thir Time TlmlO Tlaae1OW Tlaae1OWiond 108 108i
i ond race rct futurity liutnrt courtw courSterJng courseSterling Sterling
T Towrt a rt won Touaee Tou second acn Urhano Urhanotliirl UrhaJo UrhaJoOur1 Urbaior
r tliirl Our1 Time Tmel Tlme11l Tlme11llhird 111 1111nird J
Thir 1nird rac r rave seven Iven furlongs fnrloRS furiongsMorzntobaxrt furiongsMorzntobaxrty MountobunK MountobunKw Monntobal1
y Ti w n Suburban rban Queen Quen second MOOHd flab Db thira thiraTim thlroFurth thiraTAm12
Tim TAm12 TAm12lurtIi 13 13Fourth
Fourth rMf ra mita ia Hiul ant 100 0 yards yur H handi handii
I qnarIJ4s < i > Atvmiiis nanj won Jfl Honiton second on Grct Grctt Gret
t third thir Tirn Tir 9iIfle14 9iIfle14iiuh 1 M T TKifth L LFirh
Kifth Firh < rvue one mli mUMinoaiino MJnoanao Unnao won wonEony Wonecod
1 Eony ory second old Hugh McGowan thlra thlralime hlr < l
lime 1 1 imlU imlUxth lil lilSixth ltcOWlt
Sixth xth race one oe ml mllYada mtIYsda i Y da won wo Fisher Fishersecond FI8heri Fishersecond
lU 11F4 i > second n Trti Tr True Wing Ins third Tlmo TlmoRESULTS Tlmu TIin TIin11F4
RESULTS AT ASCOT ASCOTCigarlightcr ASCOTCigarlghter ISCOTCigarlighter
Cigarlightcr Cigarlghter Takes Feature Race of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Day DayLos DayLC DayLIs
Los LC Aniceles It Feb FebUCi 18 10Cigarlightor CiKurllghtor rnghtr wontr won wonft wentrv
trv ft feature f tUt rac rc race on the card Crd at Ascot AscotJiy ot ott
t Jiy 1 y beating batn Gold Ruse Ro and nd Invader in intu Intho inttt
tu order ordtr named nmt in the easiest sort Irt of
fashion fashionM ta fDhIoflMcDaniel hiun hiunkDRlel eaet
M McDaniel kDRlel < Daniel rode re th t the winner wInne of th th the first firstflu 1llt 1lltt firstthr
flu t 1 ruetw 18 today Weather cther rainy rin track tck
11 Summary Summar t tFirst
First Fi t race r f four rOlrt fwrton furionsDatg Daisy Dal8 Browcfc Browcfciv Brotck
iv 1 n 1 I La i Chat Ch second Mud Search Searh Me third third thirdFmiI93j
Tim T FmiI93j FmiI93jt fi fic
t c Coed n race c Cf selling ln six ix furlongs furlon furlongsRU furlongsRUWOfl sRu sRuT Ru RuTiiin
Tiiin T 11 won M Me Merces rces a second cond o Sportamsn Sportamsnthird SprUm n nthird
third Time Timelii TimeliiThird 1 lThird as asThird
Third race tce on one rail mhClgrlhhter nrlleCigarftghter Clgarllghter won wonIul on onu
Iul u l RO Rose s seond Invader third Time
1 14 4T 4TFourth 41Jourth
Fourth r rc ISee c Slauson Slun course cur courseAmerfeaso courseAmerfeasootI Americano AmericanoAoti mercno mercnor
r Aoti ol otI Bonchest Bre second n E M MI I Brattain Brattainthird Brttll
third thlrr I Ii I rd Time Tml0 Timei l0eii l0eiiFifth oet oetFifth
Fifth FlfU race rc aelltiie sl on one mile ml and d s sv svt sev sevty v vity
> ity t yards HlrdBrartbor yardBr1arthorpe Brlarthorpe won Shnff ShMtr Bell Bellsc 81
sc MII My Iy Gem third tir Time TeI TeISixth Tijne14 Tijne14Sixth l4tt l4ttSixth
Sixth race r one mlle mlTe mikjThe The Bugnboo Bugbb won wonKr wonIrnzt wonLrnzI
Irnzt Kr < nzf Wine 11 s aond second cond Komombo Komomb third tbrdTJl14 thirdTlrnl thirdTime
Time TJl14 TJl14A Tlrnl 142 142A 4 4A
A A U CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPIONSHIPSTO
TO BE HELD AT BOSTON BOSTONSpecial BOSTONSol BOSTONSuectai
< Special Sol Sporting Sprtul Service ServiceNw Senie SenieNw ServiceNw
Nw York Feb 15 15re 15The The championship championshipCirm dmplonshlpItmilf ehrnnpionshtpcxrmittee
Cirm cxrmittee Itmilf U e of the Amateur Athletic Athlllc Union Lnionof lnlon lnlonof Unionof
of tin United rnle States Stat has xranted Krnte to the thelioston theH theIt
lioston H tn Athletic aanociation aShtton of Boston BostonMiss Bte Beatenthe
Miss 111 the tht privilege prviege of holding hokUnJ the tbt Ama Amateur Aml Amateur ¬
teur Athletic thIUc union HMar sHareun4 H n M < chani chmpn chmpntol champion championslips ton tonahins
slips In Boston under itsausulc us auspices on onlotion onJure
tol
Jure 2S ThO6 The Boston kthhetie r rton aa aai
lotion i ton t ton U Iale HiKdoMe to have b ttewsa th48 ont contrTi contests onth
rTi h 1 n r for Ellery Eler HClark H I I Clark UK thf former formerim formeI formerIi
1 Ii im mpjn > iiin 1 m to try tr again to win v1 th thvtit the thet
J vtit t that was wai last year ar won by Thomas ThomasF Thomastyi4y ahomas ahomasI
F I Kyl l tyi4y yl < y of Ireland IrelandTh Irlnd IrlndTh
Th < > fhamplon8tai c > s committee commt has also alsoilo als alsoj
j < ilo < amporlp to hold the U e national natonal boxing boxinguimiUmshipis boxingtmtionhlp boxingtmtjonblpa
uimiUmshipis < tmtionhlp in Boston Boton on n Monday MondayMarch IondayfrdJ Iun4ayMIrrh
March frdJ fl 4 1W6 ie t On both bth of t these matters mattersthi maler
thi iommlttee omill wat was unanimous unanimousNAPIER unanlmouNAPIER unanimousNAPIER
NAPIER WINS wii AMATEUR AMATEURCHESS AMATEURCHESS AMATEURCHESSCHAMPIONSHIP
CHESS CHESSCHAMPIONSHIP CHESSCHAMPIONSHIPSpcc1aiSporting CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIP9p
< 9p ctalSporting Spcc1aiSportingI RI Sprtng Service ServiceIMinion BnI
IMinion I I iidou fn Feb eb 15 L The Tf mtch match for tot the theniit themaHur theYTIIIUr
< niit maHur > ur clieits ehe championship between betweenXjHT btw betweenNiir n nXl
XjHT Xl r a an arid d AUdtM At has h bfn bn finished Cl hed TJa TJawlnnintc a awlnnlnK
11 F winning IK I a draw drw in the last laslr came camef
I f the t 1 he srte Mrtkln Vtklns ha ba has roe rye reeeived lv < l a Kdd KddTV prMdrdui
TV 1tul rdui iial a 11 amateur aleur champion chaJln but Napier NapierMS
MS i Is < rlk ranks as 5 an 5 amateur amaWr and lu has ha now nownr nowi nowm 1
nr m out ahead of At A Atkins kin Napier r also alsoJjoio alsoholds t
holds i th the amateur e championship I cut cutNapior I
Napior aTjfr has I54 youth in hi his favor or and aA a a bril brilJiint briY briYt1JHt I It
Jiint t jilthough t1JHt h short Ihort record lorc He In l on the thetrack thetrack
1 > track acl J n there br te h talk of a matali matalii pltoh pltohItwtpn natuIrItWCefl
i Itwtpn ItWCefl tween him and Telehmaim Teicmann for the theTionor thelOlor theof
Tionor lOlor of the t strongest 8rnlft nlayer nayer in Eng Engu 1IugLtid
u I Ltid r < irresrective IrUv of birth birthTAYLOR bith bithTAYLOR birthTAYLOR
TAYLOR NOT GUILTY BUTHE BUT BUTHE BUTHE
HE HAS TO PAY F INE INEN
N w York Feb lrPJchEr lPitcher Pitcher Jack Tay Tayr TJ
1 r of the th St Louis Lis National Natonal League LeagueIiK Ltu LtuBbal LeagueIt
IiK Bbal It tMIhaIl < ball club Clul today toda wa wa was txinerated xi xl n rated rate by bytlu byt byth
tlu t th h board bHrl of e directors Urt of the tht H8ociatlon H8ociatlonr aa Uon Uonf
r a IhaVJ h hf r e of uthrin throwing the game e be betivin b
tivin 0 St St Ix Iuis > uis and Ald PlttsburR pntbrg in the lat lati latI 111r
i 1r r city < I June Ju W last la t On tno tnf second secondihirxo sefoIad1IrgI ond onddllr
dllr ihirxo UP400 UM ft n which bfch he was tried how nowi howthi howvr
i vr that thi t of rlalattoiK Telt t tee constitution constitutionnrvl eOJlst1tuUont1
nrvl t1 hi Itis contract cntnct with the thl St t Louis 1oul8 club clubkl cIu j
kl h was UK found tand guilty Jult and was Wa fined WU WUI
I t H was W81 ordered ordeJ not to play baseball bebal un until unt antn ¬
til t tn the fine fo bad been ben paid paidRACETRACY pi piRACETRACK mld mldRACETRACKHABITUE
RACETRACY RACETRACK RACETRACKHABITUE RACETRACKHABITUEI HABITUE HABITUECOMMITS HABITUECOMMITS
i
I COMMITS SUICIDE SUICIDEAngeles S SUICIDETA ICIDE ICIDEr
I
r TA < > < Angeles Angfle f f11 talFeb il Feb FEb JV iMorris Morris Roth Rothhi Rothijji I IHill i
hi Hill II a a woJ WO own race raC track man ma n ot or ottikago I Ihi
< hi hia tikago < ipo wo committed commited suicide sulcd at the tht Hotel Hotelxngton j jx
L xtnto xngton x nston hore today by shoUn shooting him himRpir hl hlznseir I
Rpir RfI in tli the temple with a revolverRoth revolverRothrhiii rvoher revolver Roth Rothvhili I Ihi1
rhiii hi1 who te w was s 42 4 4 years yo of ape a suffered sufferedfr etCrQd etCrQdm
fr > m lung lunl trouble touble and a complication CnIHctonQJ or oriiofases orisiag5
iiofases ifase He left let a note saying Nln that ho hoUllpd ho111fd heIHd
Ullpd 111fd himself blmsBICccnu hlmsOltbecause Decnuse of ill I health h at and andliirrctinj andoj
1 liirrctinj oj that his personal effect efrct be sent sentt
t > Irtng him family at Chloago ChloagoPatronize CflloalIOPatronize a o
Patronize Patr nize the tt th Cdliender Cdlienderr CdlienderBowling C CoIl l nder nderBowlng nderBowling
r i I
Bowling Bowlng Allfy Aley 1iy and Billiard BIUard Parlor
CORBETT CORBETTISWORKING1 CORBETTISWORKING1Denvefs IS IS WORKING WORKINGDenvers 1 1e
Denvers e vpr Chubby cJubqy ubby Champion Ch pion Says He HeWill Be BeWIl HeT
T
Will WIl flj Beat eat Nelson This Ths Thsime ThisTime V Vlime
lime TimeSan limeSan ime imeSan
San Francisco Francso Feb 15 1Ju ThJoee Jose e TJahajo a aman amap amap
man map from Mexico MIdco was wa as among umorg the majfy
who hb on the quiet yesterday estora took t ok a boan boanand b an anand aDarid
and a railway raiway coach ride rIde to San Rafael Rafaelsuperfluity Rfa Rafaelahd l lnn
nn ahd P penned < IHHI at Y Crbett Corbett perspiring tle tlesuperfluity e eSUpertuly
superfluity SUpertuly out of hissystem his syst m so as al to toi toat 7R 7Rat
at the 130 mark on the to night of his 11s com com ¬
ing battle batte with Itl Nelson NelsonWillie Neisn NeisnWUIp NelsonWillie
Willie WUIp Collier CoJer comedian wa was a also pres present presont prosout ¬
out ont Ho was in a right hautfy mood ana alU
tor a Q time tme had tho gymnasium hapJ lt at t Billy
Shannons turned into a a a vaudeville YaudcVc sho show BlJ I
Drop Drp that chocolate chocoatcdrop drop said ald Willje Willjewhen VUlc VlllIowhen
when Corbett Corbet buckled bucklJd on the gloves slotE Tor or a aclash aclash
clash with Joey Gins Glns and then vouli voulialways youllalways oul
always ha hae e me with wih you when wien they the dan danto darnto >
to deny deu that tnt you ou arc tha th lightweight lightweightehamoion 1htwelgh 1htwelghchamtlon lightweightebamulon
ehamoion ehamoionBut chamtlon ebamulonBut
But ut the chocolate drop refus reiusl l to be bedropped bedroppe bedropped
dropped droppe Gans Isnt the te sort of boxer that thatcan tbatcn thatcan
can cn be rapped at random randomCut rardpm rafldprnCut
Cut the arms away Wn from that bru brunette brunete bruilette ¬
nette nete chuckled Collier Coler trom rtftnd tnd tnd then well wellsee w wjZsee 1
see the kid trin in a 1 dhanolonship I
Corbett and Gans bad hadnn an admiring audi audience auqlence ¬
ence and they put ut in eight rounds aueJ of ofclean ofclean ofclean
clean fast fighting fightng Corbett Corbft returned returnedbump r
turnf
bump for bump but seemed semed a little ltte care ca
l9ss l of the th Baltlmoreana Baltmorens lightning loft loftGahs lr lrGtns lofLtibfls I
Gahs Gtns boxed boxel in his uuual uua ueuatfinisbed finished tnJshfd sCyjc sCyjcAlthough S SYieAlthough Ylc YlcAlthough
Although he employed emloy a all i the shiftiness shiftinesshat fhiftnCS fhiftnCStat hiftincschat
tat chat hat has hat carried cared him hIm through thruSh many mnn1 a awhirlwind awhirlwind I Iwhirlwind
whirlwind battle batUt the th boy from Denver Denvermanaged Dfnvcr Dfnvcrmanaged Denvermanaged
managed to send sent senera sEr several 1 stiff sttr swings swingsstraight swingsstralJht swingsstraight
straight stralJht to the mark mark They Tey had been at atit atIt atit
it awhile awhie when the red re begap to flow from fromCorbetts fromCorbets fromCurbetts
Corbetts Corbets nose noseWho noseVho noseWho
Who ordered that wine w1n asked Col Collier Coller Colller ¬
lier ler lerFrn llerFran Frank Frn i iFrank McDonald tconaJd who wh is training the thelad tbelnd thelad
lad who licked le ked McGovorn said saidCorbett sid sidCorbett saidCorbelt
184 s Ho Heis Hois HoIs
Corbett today toda weighs 111 1WI pounds poun
is taking takln off flesh fesh easily easiy and smoothly smoothlyNo soothl soothlNo
No wearing wearln of six and eight thicknesses thicknessesof thlckessc
of flannel Clannl for him these days daysne one suit suitof suit suitor
or underwear does very well wel Ho is as asstrong aSstrong
strong as he ever was vcry and if he loses losesthis losesthis
this time lme it i will wil be a sure case of to the tneusedtobe theusedtobe thOusedtobe
usedtobe pile pie for Billy Blv viothweU viothweUAt othweliAt
At Larkspur Lakspur five miles front rum Corbetts Corbettsheadquarters Corbettshedquarters S Sheadquarters
headquarters hedquarters the fighting Dane enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained a flock of ofsporW sports who ho viil haye hayetheir hayetheir liayetheir
their coin on him He was cheered cheerd when whenhe whenh whenhe
he h hopped into the exercise room attired attiredin attred attredIn
in new n < silk sik tights thts of a decidedly decide March March17th March17th larch17t
17th 17t hue He wrestled wrested with wih Rawhide Rwhide Kel Kelly Kell Keily ¬
ly l and went through four tounde Junds of mill millIns ml mliimr
Ins In with Fred Landers LandersH Lander Landersi141
H HQis i141 is toiling toing Fre hard and faithfully althtulr for he heknows beknowS heknows
knows he picked picke up a lot of excess excWs bag baggage babgaJE baggagd ¬
gage gaJE during durinJ his hiS loafing days daysIll da daysIll ls lsIl
Ill Il be b at weight and good and strong strongwill stlong stlongwhen strongwhen
when I go Into the ring this tme time and am It Itwi itwill
will wi bo b with about 30H rng 0 of my coir colrtbet olr tet bet on onNelson onBn onNelson
Nelson Bn to win I hardly expect opcct to got goteven setveJ goteven
even money but if Corbetts turf friends friendsand fcemt Itienctsand I Iand
veJ and they theystihavc still have faith faih in him hlmwaser hlmwasertlElr himwagertheir wager wagertheir
their tlElr banknotes banknotfs Ill Il have a nice nce chance to todouble todouble todouble
double my m money moneyNelson mone monepclso moneyNeisop
Nelson yesterday yesteray declared he weighed welgbed13u
13 13u pounds poundsBUYS p pOundsBUYS < unds undsBUYS
BUYS ARABIAN STEEDS STEEDSKussian STES STESRussian STEEDSRussian
Russian Breeder Comes to America Americato Aerca Aercat
to t Purchase Puchase Imported ImportedStock Ipord IpordStock ImportedStock
Stock StockSpecial StockSuoQlal StockSneaiai
Special Suofting Service ServiceLondon ServiceLondon I
SuoQlal Sprln
London LondonFb Fteb 15 15Bufon Baron Heftier aRus aRussfan a a Rus RustThn I Iran
sfan ran breeder and owner of many man fine finehorses ftnehorec finehorses
horses horec has ha just jUEt arrived here from Amer America Ater Aterle Amerisa ¬
ica le He brought brou ht with wih him an option opton on onton ontoo ontea
ton aura ua blooded Arabian horses horse the theproperty tleiropbrty
property rt of the Huntington HunUnlton stud on Long Lon
Island Jslad The price prc named is 150000 50 and andthe andthe andthe
the option expires In three months The Thehorses Thohore Thehorses
horses hore oIton are 1rp the only living lving representatives representativesof Tpresentntves I Ior
of the six valuable vauable mares Imported Into IntoAmerica IntoAmorica IntoAmerica
America by an English Eng1sh syndicate syndicte about ubout1SSO aboutBlo
1SSO 185 Randolph Huntington Hunth1 ton of Pittsburg PittsburgPa PIUsburl
Pa secured secue two fillies nles the product rodurt of ofthose orthose ofthose
those mares and took them thfm to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates I IStutes
States In foal to authenticate authentcat Arabian ArabianStallions Arbian Arbianatalons Arabianstallions
Stallions atalons The Thf foals produced were both bothfillies bothtUles bothfillies
fillies tUles and ad from this nucleus nude us the present presentstring presentstring mt mtstrIng
string wa waf wae developed Mr lr Huntington Huntingtonproved Hun HuntingtonProvd rres IJgton IJgtonIlrovpd
proved conclusively that where whfre there thete was waspositive waspsitve waspositive
positive psitve blood as possessed posses e bv b his Arab Arabians Arabians Arabians ¬
ians Inbreeding Inbreding was not only possible possiblebut posldblebut possiblebut
but thut It i perwtuatefl peftuate all the tht superior superiorqualities superiorqualities uprlor
qualities qUalte of the parents Jarnt without Joss losa of ofstamina oftamlna
stamina conformity of characteristic characteristc and andwithout andwithout
without inducing I a single weakness It Itwas ItWas
was the claim of f Mr 1 Huntington etJr as S1 it Is Isnow Isnow
now the th claim clplm of the th Huntington Huntngton Stud Studthat stUdS stUdSthat
that only by b3 crossbreeding crosbreedln is mongrel mongrelIzation mCgel mongrelization
Ization lulon and degeneration uegenert1m brought brught about aboutrfhd abut abutthat aboutnd
rfhd nd that only by inbreeding can positive positiveblood positiveblood
blood 1lod bo maintained maintainedSPRHNG maintainedSPRING
SPRING SEASON OPENS OPENSHunters OPEftSHunters
Hunters Out After Ater Jhicks Ducks But Jut Too TooMuch TooMuch
Much Ice Hakes Maes Feathered FeatheredGame Featheredt FeatheredGame
< Game Gme Scarce ScarceThe Scace ScaceTh ScarceThe
The Th spring duck shooting shootng season opened openedyesterday oped opedyesttrday openedyesterday
yesterday yesttrday and ard will wil remain open fur one onemonth oDemonth onemonth
month or Ot until untl March As s a result ruJ a anumber anumber anumber
number of hunters hnt r were up bright brght and andearly andil andeariy
early yesterday y o morning and journeyed journeyedout
il ilo 1
Jk nfor
out to o the duck ponds for a few f furK urK urKtport hours hourssport hoursSport
sport tport after afer remaining rmain InS idle for or two twomonths twomenths twomonths
months How However v vr r the Ue cod weather wether of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the past pt few days has frozen nearly ntarl all allthe al allthe I Ithe
the open water and ducks ducs were not near nearly nearly ¬ I Ily
ly as plentiful plftful a as the hunters would wouh like liketo Ikc Ikcto liketo
to have them themMany themInny themMany
Many of the citys most mrt prominent prominentsportsmen prominentsportsmen
sportsmen sprtmen are strongly strolxb Hiralnst aclnst spring springsrtioetlnK sprng springshooting
shooting Mhoetnl and do not 10t cara c R to take tke advan advantage tdvan tdvantage advantege ¬
tage of the opportunity afforded affored them themfor themCor themfor
for th the h extra pxtr month of sport The bill billnow bi billnow i ibeCore
now before the legislature 1 18lature cuts out the thespring thespring thespring
spring ahootlng In altogether alogether and many or ornearly ornearly I
nearly nNrly all al the sportsmen portmn In the city ef ars arstrying ar artrying
trying to have it passed with this clause clauseIn clauseInk lau
In Ink InkPITCHER it itPITCHER pase Ii IiIn
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PITCHER ESSICK HERE HEREFormer HE HEREFormer E
Former Forer Salt lake Lae Player Stops Over Overon Overon
on His Hs Way to toPortland toPortland
Portland PortlandWilliam Porand PortlandWilliam
William llai E Essick Eick who was one of the the39MerV theIdez
39MerV Idez pitching pl pit hng hjng staff Itaft last season o on passed passedthrough i ithrough ithrough
plcl
through SIi S Sa Lake yesterday on his way wayto wa waPortand wayto
to Portland Portand where he has signed for the thecoming thecoming th thcomIng
coming season Essick was on tho the Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLake
Lake IAkf reserve retrvp list It for this season sNsonbut but had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not signed signe to play when he was wa notified nottd notifiedby i iby 1
by Secretary eretary Farrell Frrel that he was wu frey fr0 I
to sign where he beples pleased He H had ha an anorfer anoffer i ioffer
offer to go go to Portland Portand at a 8 good ood salary salaryand mlar mlarand salarjand
and took it i un unEssick UDIek upsaick
Essick saick Iek said Sid yesterday yeterday thai tha he hardly
k kJtw keew ew where he was Wa at in this matter mater and andthat on1that andthat
that he would like Jke to come to toSult Salt Lako Lakoagain I Latteagain kf kfaGln
aGln again this tis year In II case cte the national nationalboard natonal natonalbod nationalboard
board bod which is nov no In session Jesslon in New NewYork NewYork = fW fWYork
York decide eld in 11 favor f vor of c f the Pacific Paifc Na National Natonal National ¬
tional tonal league Ipa ue Hsslck JJslck will revert r < t to Salt Sal
Lake Le again agll und nd will wi have wi to come here l re I Ithat
that that Is f f Rollly wants him If tInt de decislon 1 j
elision aainst the th Pacific I I18bUe
ro Of8 O4 8 National Nationalleague Nationsleauc
league EstUck J u ck can come liere J1creby by Jump ¬
ing his Portland contract contractU contractU contractUs
U Us OF MONTANA WANTS WANTSGAME WANTSGAME WANTSGAME
GAME WITH UOF U OF UTAH UTAHThe
The manager of athletics at the uni university unlrslt university ¬
versity rslt yesterday yestt > rduy received re clvcd an offer from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the University of Q Montana for a return returnsame roturngamo returngame
same of football next yoar They The offer offerto aCtorto
to place a bonus or 100 tr f the Utah unlr unlrOct unl unlyorsiQ unlvorsita
yorsiQ wll meet them In Montana on
Oct IS or an nr date near this one which whichoau wblchoou whichGun
Gun be arranged arrangedThe arra arrangedThe Eotl EotlThe I
The university unlv < rRlt management has notyet
decided decl ed whether or not to accept a Ct < > pt the of ¬
fer Coach Maddock has written to the thoAgricultural theAgricultural theAgricultural
Agricultural college > c of Montana asking
for H ame about this date
rame It one Is Isobtained I Iobtalnecl Iobtained
obtained so that a game can be b played playedwith pJa phlyeduith d
with each school on the tl1 one trip it is ismost Ismotlt ismoSt j
most certain that the offer will bo ac accepted 30ctlted nocoined ¬
coined If this t1IJ lame cannot bo secured securedwith seour seoutsIwith f1 f1with
with the Montana Aggies it is very ory
doubtful as to xvhfrthcr wht > thcr or not Utah Will Willmcct wlUmc willmeet
meet mc ct Montana a again aln next year t ar
Montana has not onlv asked for a foot
ball game but negotiations are ar arcarried bjclrur bjclrurcarried Ini
carried on between the two tw schools for or
3 track tr ck meet to be held In Montana next nextspring
spring It has been practically decided decidedthat dooldrdtllut clccldelthUt
that the university will make an ii iitended ex I
tomied trip through throu h Colorado Wyoming Wyomingand Vyomlngand
and Idaho l aho with her truok team meeting meetingseveral meeUnJseveral meetingseveral
several schools of oaph state U If the ar arrnnKements arrnn arrangements
rnnKements rnn ments with Montana are completed completedthat completedthat completedthat
that school will alsobe visited visitedGolf vJsltedGolf visitedGolf
Golf Champjon Ch 1mpJon Dead DeadNow DeadNow DeadNow
Now York Feb lfi 18Luth9r Luthi Luthiitfat 1 L Kellogg
jr r I1Qldpr ot more than thlrQ cups won wonat wonat
at roll oJ and who io wis ns a m member mber of f tim
itfat l t allJAmarioa golf Kol club cJ4 1 whioh hIQh played playedan
an angUSh hUIAfo fpWrn inirnationalnonor Jion n Ifhonorlf
died bfo Jq JJ Jlurgbrul rAUnt1 ipncngltIs ipncngltIsjpi l1ncn 18
J jpi 26 b car
BOWLERS ARE DOPY DOPYToo
Too Much Soothing Syrup Cuts CutsDown CutsDown
Down High Tension life Lifepf LifepfTenpin of ofTenpin ofTenpin I
Tenpin Artists ArtistsStanding Az1jstsStanding Ar1sts Ar1stsStanding
Standing p ot of Teams TeamsBrilliants TeamsWon TeamsWon
Won I Iest Qst t P C Co Coxeos
Tuxedos xeos 33 11 IS 617
Nonpareils 23 2Jrllliants i S f = 56U 56U2G seuBrilliants
BrilliantsRailroads BrilliantsRtilroadn Brilliants 2G 25 Kit
Railroads RailroadsSenators R 21 rr Mi 411SiJnaorK
Senators SenatorsIndependents 23 2S i lf 1151 45l 45lIndependents l lIS
Independents IS 3S SThat is isThat 364 364That
That high tension life that has beep so sonoticoable sonoticeable 0 0notlcoable
noticeable around the league > alleys flll 5 for forthe forthe brthe
the past 8St couple of weeks somewhat re relaxed rclaxt relaxed ¬
laxed laxt > d last I t evening when the th < Independ Independents In46 Indepondents ond ondnis ¬
ents nis and Railroads mot In fact the Rail Railroad Railrand Railroad ¬
road team seemed to be suffering from fromthe tromJhe frombe
the be effects of some new brand of If soothing soothingtyrup soolhtntyrup oothingLylup
tyrup and did not seem ta realize that thatsettle thatthey
th they were up against a sert serJs s ot gdms m s to tosettle toscttlc
settle the championship of this thl city cJt In Inbowling inbowling
bowling bowUn circles The Independents were werea
a little better and carried away two of ofthe orthe ofthe
the games gamesJ3vans gambsvans ambs ambsivans
J3vans vans of the Independents repeated his hiswork hhwork hiswork
work of a week ago and capturd another anotheraverage nnotbelaVOIHge anOtheraverage
average better than 200 However ho howas howas hoas
was as the only pin artist to turn the tricTc tricTcThe trie trieThe
The scores
Independents
St Siv S B K KEvans EEans K KEvans
Evans 1S9 S9 219 i9 200 200 60S 14 IS I 0 3 3Collins 3CoJUns 1 1Coflins
Collins 183 147 172 502 5O 12 1 8 4 I 1R9ach b bRQach bRQach
RQach 166 i6 66 IIS lie 111 440 6 6 15 1 5 7 7SklOmore 7Slthlmoru 7litidrnore
SklOmore 1S6 184 l6 1 Ie6 r536 536 J JG 6 6 1 lD 1D 1D
D Spitz 143 173 1 01itH4 Oibl4 Til t1 10 4 b bTotals bTotals bTotals
Totals SC7 S67S7SS526OOO6O1SaI S67S7SS526OOO6O1SaIAveragesEvans S7S S5 S55 2CW 30 CO IS 22 22Avoragos 2AVOrcigosEanll
Avoragos AVOrcigosEanll Evan 202 2O O 23 Collins JC7 13 13loach 13Ioac 14Roach
loach Ioac 14623 14G 23 Skidmore 17S 17SRailroads 2 24 1J i5 f SpUz
Railroads RailroadsWhUnc
St StSnBE StSnBEWhitney Sn S B E EWhitney ENoison
Whitney 171 202 1W 537 rmSf IS 10 2 6 6Nelson oNlon
Nelson 121 13S 25G G 616 10 D 3 i s SiPrice sPrice SPrice
Price 159 ISO 204 taR 12 I 10 3 3MaTtin 3Martin i iMartin
Martin 1W jg J5D sp 189 138 482 3 14 4 4Williams i iWilliams J JWilliams
Williams 212 127 202 2O 5U 10 32 2 2 6 6Totals 6Totals 6Totals
Totals 797 506 9C526C8 G8 48 55 5 14 33 33Averages 33Avor l3AvoraesWhitnay
Averages Avor AvoraesWhitnay etWhltnu Whitney 170 Nelson KrsonI712 KrsonI712Price 171 23 23rice 24Price
1791
Price rice 181 Martin 144 William W WIillamb l1Iam ISO 1S < 13 13COMMERCIAL 13COMMERCIAL 13COMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE LEAGUEZ
Z C M I Team eam Finds Hello Boys Boysto
to Be Easy Picking PickingIt
It was easy eas picking for the 2 C M I Ibowlers Ibowlers Ibowlers
bowlers when they the lined up against a alnst the theBell theBen theBell
Bell Telephones last evening All three threeof threeor threeof
of the league games went to the upper upperMain upperMain UpperMain
Main street aggregation without half try
ins In Int
insThn
The hlelth KelthOBriens OBriens and Crystals Cr slals meet meettonight mqet mqetThe raqettOnIght
tonight t v vThe S SThe
The scores
Z ZCMI ZCMIPratt C M I IPratt IPratt
Pratt PrattThlmpsoji ISO 1 ri 3 1CS SH 51iThimp50t1 571Thimpaca
Thlmpsoji ThlmpsojiFlemmlng 183 1 j 182 l 2 ISO 38 w6 w6Flemming 225Plemming
Flemmlng 140 74 lit 107 434 41iCastJeton 434Castleton
Castletoii CastletoiiWatson 163 143 117 11 413 113Vntson 413Watson
Watson w 134 170 170Totals 19 i iTotals iTotulh
Totals til 72 710 il0noo il0nooBell i1O21tKBell 2UK 2UKBell
Bell Telephone TelephonePlngree TelephonePingree TelephonePingree
Pingree PlngreeAdams 101 CS 12O 317 3llAdams 317Adams
Adams AdamsPurvis 117 11 144 177 43S 43SIS 4tSPurvis 415Puryls
Purvis PurvisRuttle IS 105 1O 118 40S 40SHoard t tRuttle 405Ruttle
Ruttle p 8 as > 115 ut6 ut6HeArd s sHoard
Hoard 181 1V2 J l 134 13 4S 4STotals 4STot 45Totnis
Totals Tot ls GSO C03 6i 1910 1tH6DANCE 1i6DANCE
1 DANCE TO RAISE MONEY MONEYTO MONEYTO MONEYTO
TO BUY BUYIJ U SWEATERS SWEATERSAt
At a meeting held yesterday terda of the therepresentatives therepresentatives
representatives of the different classes classesand classesand
and societies I of the university y it was de decided deelded ¬
1 di l 3 cn lft iy
cided that a dance n reception and d county u
fair be bchen given at that school on the th evfi evfiof cv cvof
of Washingtons Vashln tons birthday for th the pur purpose purPose purpose ¬
pose of raising raisin money to buy sweaters sweatersand swcatersand swoaterand
and cans for or tho university football footballchampions footballchampions footbailchampions
champions of ot1 1904 The Th affair is to be betin ben been
tin n elaborate el boratc one and somcthln out of ofthe otth ofthe
the th ordinary type of school social enter entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tainment Each of the several fraterni fraternities fraternities fraternities ¬
ties and societies of tho school will pre present present present ¬
sent some suecial and attractive attr cthc feature featureThe fOQtureThe featureThe
The Alpha Phi frat has decided to run runan runan runan
an uptodate circus with all modem modemattractions modemattractiorul modeiattractions
attractions while the Amlcl Fidlssinl Fidlssinlfrat Fidisslntrat Fidissintfrat
frat rat will carry out the Idea of the re recent recent recent ¬
cent bounty frauds by means of a moot mootcourt mootcourt mootCourt
court Some of the other societies will willrun willrun willrun
run fortunetfllinsr booths while others otherswill othforswill otherswill
will seM e1 candy cider and other dainties daintiesThe dKnU dKnUThc daintiesThe
The whole affair Is to be in the form of ofan oran ofan
an old colonial ball and all those tho e in incharge incharge incharge
charge of the booths as well as a oth others others othera ¬
ers who desire will annear in colonial colonialcostume colonialcostume colonialcostume
costume A movement is also on foot to tohold tohold tohold
hold exercises at the university on Feb 22 22in 2In 2 2in
in commemoration of the day The in invitations invitations Invitations ¬
vitations which are in thc form of a acolonial acolonial acolonial
colonial handbill will be out today todayHObMES todaJHOlMES todayHOLMES
HOlMES HAS OFFER TO TOSTAY TOSTAY TOSTAY
STAY AT LOS ANGELES ANGELESHarvey
Harvey Holmes former armer coach of the theState theState
State university unlvet Sit > writes from Los An Angeles AnJcles Angeles ¬
geles where he now holds a similar po position poSLtion
sltion with the Inlversity of Southern SouthernCalifornia SouthernCalifornia
California n that he has had a most sue successful suecesaful U ¬
cessful football ot f season M t He says or that t he hewltr
will probably remain where he is next nextyear nextyear
year as an an Increase in salary sala is the in inducement inducement inducement ¬
ducement offered him himHolmes hltuHolmes himHolmes
Holmes says he tried very ver harJ han to get geton geton geton
on a game with the Utah university last lastfall lastfall lastfail
fall ni JIt t could cou d not understand why the theeast thet theeat
east t ast benchers would not accept the offer offerhe oteerIff offerhe
he > made In de them He believes he had a
team down There the i tast > ast season that thatcould
could make the Utah champions cha npions go some someOLYMPIC
OLYMPIC CLUB MEMBER MEMBERSAYS MEMBERSAYS MEMBERSAYS
SAYS BRITT BRITTISALL IS ALL RIGHT RIGHTJames RIGHT3amcs RIGHTJames
James Gartland a member of the Olym Olympic Ol m mpl ¬
pic pl club of San Francisco and a staunch staunchfriend stau staunchfriend Qh Qhfriend
friend of Jimmy BriLt is In Salt Lake Lakeon
on business bu ll1ess He says that the th eastern easternpeople eastfrnJcopJe easternpeople
people do not understand Britt and that thathe thathe thathe
he is a prince of good fellows Accord According AccordIng According ¬
ing to o Gartland Britt always sroes into intoa
a fight 1 bt to cot ct tho winners end and andcares andCftrcs andcares
cares llftla whether the gallery likes llkoshis 1ikoshis likeshis
his style or not It Is for this ttsason ttsasonBritt rea6 raebllBritt > n nBritt
Britt has so many friends among the thebfttlnc thebfttln thebetting
betting publIc ubUc in San Francisco lra n cisco Gart Gartland Gartland Gartland ¬
land says sa he has seen all of Britfs fights fightsand fIghtsand fightsnnd
and that the native son will beat the thewinner thewinner
winner of the CorbcttNelson fight if they theymeet the themeet theymeet
meet meetSOUTH meetSOUTH meetSOUTH
SOUTH DAKOTA YOUTH YOUTHMAKES YOUTHMAKES YOUTHMAKES
MAKES GOOD IN LONDON LONDONLondon
London Feb 15 15Young Young the Sourli SO Da DaItota Dakota Dakota
kota Rhodes Rhod 8 scholarhln man IP the thcaortal theHOfla theaoiai
aortal international college sports today todaywon todaywo1 ldnywoii
won three thr > events eventsIonl long jump 30 feet WVfe WVfeInches 1t1 10inches
Inches the 120yard LQ ar 1 hurdles SO seconds secondsand 8econ riecolvisand t
and the high jump 5 feet 2 inches inchesWISE hheWI incheSWlE
WISE WI E UNIVERSITY IS BERKELEY BERKELEYSi BERKELEYSoclal
Si S Soclal > oclal to The lh Herald HeraldSail HeraldSaJ HeraldSuit
< Sail SaJ Francisco Feb 16 IoThe The Uni Univertflty Unil i iver
l > vertflty ver dt of California executive com committen gommitte m mmlU
> mitten mlU today decided to refuse > to toJ toonter
J onter into negotiations WIth the Unl Unlverislty rnlverlJlty Univerilty
< verislty of Utah for a football game gamethis gamethis ame amethis < >
> this fall Overtures had been mado madoby madob madeby
by b tho Utah students studentsFrenchman studentsFrenchman
r
Frenchman Wins At Chess ChessParis ChessPaIs
Paris Feb 15 IGThe The ninth game in the theInternational theJnterluUonnl theinternUonal
International chess < hcft match between b tween D DJanowski DJanowski DJarrowki
Janowski champion of France and 5 F J JMarshall JlarabalL SMarshall
Marshall the American chess master re resulted resuited ¬
suited today tn Janowski besting Mar Marshall MarshaH Marshall ¬
shall in sixtytwo moves movesForced movesfJ movesForced
fJ fJPoreed
Forced to toStarve Starve StarveB
B F Leek of Concord Ky I says saysFor saysFor saysFar
For twenty years I suffered agonies agonieswith agonieswith agoniesWith
with a sore oro or on my f upper sipper P l lip so pain painful paInful painful ¬
ful sometimes tha thnJ I coujd not eat eatAftor eatAttor eatAfter
After vainly alnb trying everything else uh e i icured Icured Icured
cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve SalveIts Sa1 Sa1Its SalveIts >
Its great greatrfor for or burns cuts and wounds woundsAt
At Z C M I drug department Only Only25c Onlye OnlyPULLMAN Only25c
25c
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PULLMAN OBSERVATION OBSERVATIONSWeplns OBSERVATIONSleeptng OBSERVATIONSieeplng
SWeplns cars latest pattern are being beingcperated beJni beJnicp beingcpprated
cperated cp rated on D D G train No > 4 4Ogden IOgden 4Ogden
Ogden tb Denver via Colorado C lorado Mid Mioland Midland >
land 10 nd The only 9nIYtbJOUG through b Denver DenV t sleep sIee sIeeicr le c1 >
icr r on that traIn Wdt WrlttoLIL to L H E ard ardt1g II
t1g IenOTtJ nQrt1 ge t S SrIt l k koldeis J p polcrs
olcrs nrldlnrOrrt1iUo aiM informdtlorr j jI
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Ogden n News NewsOgden ews ewsOgden ws wsOgdenThtrsday
Ogden OgdenThtrsday Thursday Feb Frb FebWILL 16 16WILL 16WilL
WILL INSPECTEVERy INSPECT INSPECTEVERY INSPECTEVERV
EVERY VOTE VOTEJudge VO VOTEJudg TE TEJudge
Judge Morse Begins Count of Vote Votefor Votefor Votefor
for Judge JudgeIS rudgeIS JudgeIS
IS A TREMENDOUS TASK TASKMO8E TASKMO TASKMOFIE
MO8E MO E THAN 13000 VOTES TO BE BECOUNTED BECOUNTED BECOUNTED
COUNTED COUNTEDJ COUNTEDJudge
I Judge J CrIes hafle1 W Morse < > yesterday set
himself tho task of personally pt > raonan inspecting inslecUngI
I and counting each of the ballots for din disi
I i wJiL trict ct judge if fast cast in the three counties of ofwas ofr
cOOr > r Davis and
> Morgan and the work
was commenced The Th Judge according
to the present nresent mode modeo of procedure must
frsonau Personally PJ UlJIr Inspect each of the th > more more than
13OQ 0 ballots and many of them he will willf willto
ha have c to Inspect many man times The matter
2JL ot f breaking klnr ino the seals of ° r the th ballots and
recounting r them was up for discussion
most of the day yesterday and in this
the contestant secured a dlsUnct d victory lctor
Judge Morse ordered the ballots pro
I duced in court over the objections tof the theIn theIcontestee
Icontestee contestee Mr lr Kimball made an o open en enng
In ing ng argument yesterday morning mornln con ¬
tending ten lnJ that the ballots should not be in inspected Inspected inspected ¬
spected unless the contestant should show
by b sor some e testimony t that there were ir ¬
regularities C C Richards Rlch rds argued for
the contestant the opening of the ballots ballotsand ballotsand ballotsand
and the recounting recounUn of them Judge Ma Maginnls 1lnglnnls Maglnnls
glnnls was replying when the court in
twrJiptod saying that tho ballots were
tneTaest the best evidence and that the contestant
had made sufficient showing to entitle
that they he be inspected
The question of Identifying Identl ln the ballots ballotswas ballolswas ballotswa
was wa then taken m mSuspicious UDSuspicious upSuspicious >
Suspicious of Ballots BallotsThe BallotsThe BallotsThe
The contestants attorneys put on first
County Count Clerk I DavId > avid Matson and then C
R HolIInssworth foryner fo ner county count clerk clerkand clerkand clerkand
and now state senator from this county countyI countyThis
This line of testimony t > stlm ony appeared to de develop e evelop ¬
I I velop a suspicion of the ballots on the thePart theI
I part of the Howell side A most search searching searchIng searchIng ¬
ing crossexamination was made by Judge
Maginnfs and Mr IT Heywood directed dlrc > cted to toascertaining toascertalnlng toascertaining
ascertaining where the ballots had been
kept by whom they were received from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the election judges and who had access accessto accessto accessto
to the vault where they the were kept Mr MrMattson MrMattson MrMattson
Mattson said he had received them from fromhis tromhis fromhis
his predecessor prede gsor in office and they the were werethen werethen ere erethen
then In the condition in which they Uie are areat areat areat
at the present time Mr HolUngaworth HolUngaworthtestified Ho1Jln Hollingaworthtestified worth worthtestifIed
testified that they had been reteived for forthe forthe forthe
the most part the morning of Nov 9 by bya b ba bya
a temporary employc of his office who whotook whotook ho hotook
took them from his office They were weresealed weresealecl weresealed
sealed but in some cases the paper pnperof pnperoftbe of ofthe ofthe
the envelopes being of poor quality had hadworn hadworn hadWorn
worn through at the edges In one dis district distrIct digtrict ¬
trict the Seventh Sevf > nth Ogden Qg en he had noticed noticedthat noticedthat noticedthat
that this breaking pf t the edges was of ofsuch orsuch ofsuch
such extent that the ballots might have havebeen havebten havebeen
been taken out or inserted through throuh the thoslit theRUt theslit
slit A few fe days after election 11 tin he had hadhad badha hadbad
had ha tho envelopes env lopes combined into pack packages packaJOS packag ¬
ages ag and wrapped In heavy brown paper paperThey paperThf paperThey
They Thf were then tied securely and sealed sealedmaklntr sEalpdmakln sealedmaking
making sealed envelopes within sealed scaledpackages sealedpaekagrs sealedpackages
packages He Ie enumerated d tho various variousdeputies variousdeputies variousdeputies
deputies who besides bcsl eshlmselt himself had the thocombination th thcombination thecombinatIon
combination to the vaut whore the thepnckasres tbepaekaac thepaokawes
pnckasres were > kcut cut as John V Blutli BlutliMiss Bluth1Iiss BlutirMl53
Miss Eva C Erb and Thomas B Farr FarrHe PurrHe FarrHe
He also named the various assistants who whohad whohad whohad
had work worked > d in his office and nd had la had hadaccpsn hldaeCfSK htdaccess
access to the th vault without having the thecombination thecombination thecombination
combination however to or o oee > en > n it One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of these parties was wn Daniel Hamer who whowas whowas ho howas
was then court stenographer stenogra pher and who whohad whot whohad
had a compartment for or his hl official rec records records teeords ¬
t ords in the vault uult The packages Atter Atterbeing A1lerbolne aTterbeing
being rracJc ndc up were hoisted to the attic atticportion atticportIon atticPortion
portion of the vault ault and stored away awaywhore awnvwhfre awaywhere
whore they could rot be readily secured securedand sfcuredand secure secureand
and could coul not be reached at all without withoutthe withoutthe withoutth
the th ue se of a ladder Both Mattson and andHoJUngswort1l andHolilngsworth nd ndHollingsworth
Hollingsworth stated that they thco had every everyreason covcor covcorr0080n everyreason
reason to believe thai tho ballots were wereIn wereIn
in the same condition as when they were werereceived werer warereceived
received eld from o the judges td 510tM At tM the open opening o opening ¬
ing r of the t afternoon t o session 510 Mfss s sc Eva EvaC EvaC
C Erb deputy county clerk under Mr MrHollingsworth MrHoJllnJsworth MrHolllngsworth
Hollingsworth and also under Mr Matt Mattson MaltSOIl lntt lnttson
son raVe ve evidence corroborating that thati tlntalrpau tiratalrsly
i already alrpau given as to the thecaro care of ofi te teballots he
1 i ballots baJlotsI
Judge Acts as Teller TellerMr TellerIr TellerMr
I
Mr Ir Kimball objected to th the opening o1 ninjtot ninjtott ot otthe nithe
the ballots on the ground round that they U1C had hadnot h htinot d dnol
not been kept inviolate and this was ar argued ar arued atgued ¬
t gued ued briefly brl n by various attorneys attorne Juflgo JuflgoMorse JuAgoIorse JUOMorse
Morse Iorse overruled the motion After fttr some someI soine soinelscusslon somedIscussion
I discussion Sis ts to the method of counting countingthe
the th > attorneys tables were cleared of oftheir o otheIr oftheir
their plies of law books and the judge judgecame judgocame judgecame
came down from the bench to take a po position poslUon p0sitioa ¬
sition at one of these tables The lh court courtstenographer oQurtsltnogruph courtstenographer
stenographer r Mr Davis and County CountyClerk CountyClerk CountyClerk
Clerk Mattson acted as tally men The TheJudge ThejudJe Thejudge
Judge opened each envelope envt > 1ope and am inspected inspectedoach mspCtedach Inspectedeach
each ballot first If Itwore It Wore in his jndc jndcment jnd jndment jndgmont
ment a Howell ballot he neared it tothe tothethe tFtbeHamAr totheHamer
HamAr attorneys and a Rolapp bal1o ballothe tp tpthr
the Howell attorneys Each si siright 81d < bad tb tbrlsht thO thOright
right to challenge any an ballot and an when whenone whenone whenone
one was challenged it was wll put aside to t be bepassed bePassed bepassed
passed on later In this manner the bal ballots balJots hallots ¬
lots of Hoopor district No 1 and Hooper Hooperdistrict Hoopftdistrict ilooperdistrict
district No 2 and Burch Creek were werecounted werecounted ere erecounted
counted Court will resume the count countthis countthis coUntthis
this morning at 920 920Some 9 9Some 910Some >
Some misapprehension has been b en caused causedbv Clusedby causedby
by the statement In The Heralds report reportof
of the t proceedings n of 0 the day before 0 0I to tothe tothe
I the r e et Affect f rci that the e matter e aJ8 had become becomemerely becomemerOly
merely mer ly one of arithmetic This had ref reference reference reference ¬
erence to the stage which the court pro proceedings prooeedinfS proceedings ¬
I ceedings had reached and not to the themerits themerits themerits
merits of the points already raised While Whilethe Whilethe VhueI
the failure of the contestant to estab cstabbllsh estabbU5h estabblish
bllsh the agency of Will Howell Ponrort Ponrortand Penrodand Penredand
I and others for J A Howell excluded the theevidence thee tileevidence
evidence e ldence anent the alleged < 1 deal In frost frosted frostI frosted ¬
ed whet whe t and other transactions alleged allegedin
I in the th complaint the court has yet to topass toI topass
I pass on the Question uehtion of bribery briberycharged a acharged as ascharged
charged In the complaint com laint and as shown shownby shownby shownby
by the testimony of Dye and other ques questions queations questions ¬
tions relating to the alleged promises of ofJudge ofI ofJudge
I Judge Howell himself to give offIces In Inreturn Inrtturn Inreturn
return for support supportThe sunJortThe supportThe
The nat result re ult or the recount in the thethree thethree thethree
three districts appears ta be a gain of oftwo ortwo oftIVO
two and an probably r bably three for Judge Rolapp Rolappbut Rolappbut Rolappbut
but each side s de has a number 6f t challenges challengeson
I on ballots claimed to be defective eCo the which whichwill whichwJ1I whichwill
will bo passed pnss > d upon u Qn > by b the court The Thei Theballots
i ballots ar are to be li i ln the custody of Dep Depmy DeJty DepUty
my ty Sheriff Sebrinc during the time that thnttho thl1tthf thatthe
> the recount is in progress This applies appliesto
to the th > ballots of Davis and Morgan coun counties oounties counties ¬
ties as well as Webor county G R Bol Bolnap BeoJnaIl BelnaP
nap iva W5 r i designated dtsl natd by tho court to rep represent reper represent ¬
resent t the contestant and a George c McOor McOormlck Mcoormlck I
gn gntional
r
tt ea
er
mlck to t represent the e conterftee as a addi addition acklitional ¬
tional tion custodians of the ballots ballotsCant ballotsCant ballotsCant
Cant Find Relatives RelativesThe
The body bod of Enoch D Jenkins tho man manwho munwho manwho
who was found murdered out near Little Littlemountain LlttlomountaIn LittlemountaIn
mountain a week we k ace Sunday J rndny ndn Is still at Jitthe atthco atthe
the undertaking establishment estabU hmQnt of Larkln LarklnSons LarkinSons LarklnSons
Unllortakinf
Sons and all al efforts to locate his rela relatives relatives relatives ¬
tives havu thus far ar faIled Unlesa they theyare the thearc theyare
are hoard from in a day or two the body bodyis bod bodIs
is to be buried in Ogden Tho murder murderwas murdorwa murderwas
was wa committed probably about five fiveweeks fheweeks fireweeks
weeks ago agoBurial agoBurial agoBurial
Burial of Henry Conant ConantThe ConantThe ConantThe
The funeral rUnl ral services over tha > remains remainsof
of the late Henry Conant werehold wera held yes yesterday yesterday P8 P8terda ¬
terday terda afternoon In the Fifth ward meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing house Bishop Watson abon presided and andshort andshort andshort
short addresses were made bv b Fred J JKlosel JKI 1 1Kiesel
Klosel KI seJ A R Heywood H H Thomas Thomasand Thomasand Thomasand
and other friends frhU s of tho dead man manEngagement manEngagemcnt manEngagement
Engagement Engagemcnt Is Announced AnnouncedMrs
Mrs Irs D H Pecry Pecr has announced the theengagement theengnJoment theOflgngomont
engagement of her daughter Miss Louise Louisei LouisePeory
i Peery P et to Emmctt ErpmettFulkcraon Fulkerson of Chicago ChicagoOgden ChicagoOg ChicagoOgden
Ogden Og en Briefs BriefsCouncilman BriefsCouncilman BriefsCouncilman
Councilman Thomas Black of Salt Lake Lakewas Lakewas
was In Ogden yesterday yesterdayMrs 1cRterdn1lrs yesterdayMrs
Mrs lrs Joseph Jenkins and Mrs Gates or orSalt orSalt orSalt
Salt Lake are In Ogden and are guests guestsofMiss guestoClUss guestsofMisa
ofMiss Pecry PecryA 1 1A
A 4 horso belonging to a Mr Daniels Danielsbroke Danielshroke Danielsbroke
broke away way from near the corner of ofTwentyfourth orTvonlfourth ofTwentyfourth
Twentyfourth street and Grant avenue avenuelast nvenuelast avenuelast
last night and raced down the street run running running rtinning ¬
ning cY cnr clear nr to Darflels home in tl thl th s west western Wfstern westera ¬
ern part of the city it Several collisions collisionsapd col1hlionspnd collisionspnd
pnd smashups were w re narrowly narrowl avoided avoidedSuperintendent noldedSUDerlnl avoidedSuperlntendcnt
Superintendent SUDerlnl ndcnt William Allison of the thecity theclt thecity
city clt schools has been bc < n notified by b the theinauguration theInnug theinauguration
inauguration Innug ration committee that It 1t is desire desireable deslrnblt desireable >
able to have a number of hlch school schoolbqy schoolboys choolrJYrhco
boys ot each city in the United States StatcsIn ts tsJoseph
llt ionC hS
rJYrhco rJYrhcon Cur Curllt i
In thc inaugural n procession r March 4 4Joseph 4Joseph
Joseph Carlsonreturned Carlson returned Tuesday night nightfrom ntghtfrom itightfrom
from Goldfield whoro he has Interests Interestsin
in sev Ievtlra several r l claims Mr Carlson reports reportsthat rportsthat rOportsthat
that the various properties in the camp cumpin campIn eiunpin
in which Ogden people are Intereste6Lare Intereste6Larelooking Intorestedarclooking intorenterLarelooking
looking up well wellLADYS
LOST LOSTLADYS LOSTLADYS
LADYS ohatelalno oha eluno cold 01 watch name nameJennlo namaJ narnoJnnici
Jennlo J nnlo engraved on outside QutildeRCturqto QutildeRCturqtoJribun Return R turq to toTribune toPribun
Tribune Jribun Office omc Osdcn Il1i and 1 receive ricOi re rc rci tonird
i nird rd S
M STATE tA Alt ftc NEWS NEWSEXPLOSION Nwsl NEWSEXPLOSION
EXPLOSION WAS TERRIFIC TERRIFICAs
As a Result Peter Peterson Will WillProbably WillProbably i iProbably
Probably Lose Los His Life LifeVernal LifeVernqJ LifeVcrwi
Vernal Feb 12 12ord Word has readied here Iiorcfrom hercfrom herefront
from Chipota ten te miles above Qcra OnrlY > ot otan 01an otan
an explosion oti on the canal being construct constructed ¬
ed there in which Peter Peterson VTI VTIdangerously wab wabdangerously Ub UbdangerDusl
dangerously and perhaps fatally In Injured Injured injured ¬
jured and John Wardle Var l also seriously seriouslywounded sertotislywounded erfousl erfouslwounded
wounded A telephone message from fromOuray fromOuray fromOuray
Ouray brought the news of o the th affair affairand affairand affairand
and coiftaincd an urgent call for med medical mediertl mcdicdl ¬
ical assistance assistanceFrom assistanceFrom assistanceFrom
From what can an be learned loarnedoC of the al alfalr affaIr atfair
faIr it seems that Peterson and otliers otlierswore otiierswore ot7iersWore
wore working en the White hlle River canal canalwhere cana canawhero eanaflwhere
where rock hr been be n encountered and andit AndIt andit
it has been found necessary to blast with withSlant wlUlslant withgiant
Slant nowder An ordinary ordlna y black pow powder powder powder ¬
der can had been kept partly filled with withwater withwater withwater
water which was used ust > d to t thaw out the thepowder thepowder thepowder
powder until ntl1 It had become strongly sLon h im impregnated Impregnated Impregnatod ¬
pregnated with nitroslycerlne Peterson Petersonhad Petersonhad Petersoflhad
had been sharpening a drill drill and stuck it itdown Itdown itdown
down through the ice that had formed formedver formedver formedpver
< pver > ver the water to cool it It when there therewas therewas thereeas
was a terrific explosion Peterson Peto > rpon was wasthrown wasthrown waSthrown
thrown fifteen feet In the air by the force forceof Coreeor forceof
of it and Wardle who whowas wa ns standing sev several several 5eVeral ¬
eral feet away was knocked down downThe dOlDThe downThe
The can was torn into fragments and andthe andthe andthe
the flying pieces tore all the Ueah away awayI awn awnfrom awayfrom
I from the unfortunate Petersons face anp anpfrom a11J1one allJione
one side and IcE It tore aU the clothing clotblngfrom clothingfront
from his body bod leaving them a hea hearags heap or orrags orrags
rags Wardles ar les hat was knocked from fromhis fromhis fromllg
his head and torn to pieces but he es escaped escaped eneaped ¬
caped with only one cut on the face but butis butis butis
is very ery sick from the effects of the > ter terrific terrIJc tarrifle ¬
rifle jar he received Peterson is not ex expected expeeted < x xpected ¬
pected to Jive Drs Buchtel and Gar Garrett Garrett Garrett
rett both responded to the call al1 and ren rendered rendered tendoted
dered the necessary nec > ssar medical attention attentioni attentionMrs attentionMrs
i Mrs Maggie Pope wife of D Dn n Pope of ofMaples otlaples ofMaples
Maples ward was burled todav having havingI havingpaJ3sed havingpassed
I passed away awn Wednesday edne8da Death was due dueto dueto dueto
to confinement She leaves two children childrenComplaints childrenComplaints hUdrnComplaints
Complaints have been sworn out by the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county commissioners against several severili severalown severalowners
i owners own > rs of transient sheep shee > who ho have havefailed havefailed havefailed
failed to file certificates as nrovlded by bylaw b blaw bylaw
law In the south part of tne county and andSheriff amJSherif antiSheriff
Sheriff Preece loft this morning to servo servothem 2encthe servothem
them themASSAULTED the themASSAULTED
ASSAULTED THE WATCHMAN WATCHMANJohn
John Stathakis Must Face Battery BatteryCharge BatteryCharge BatteryCharge
Charge Before Justice JusticeBlngham JusticeBingham JusticeBiagham
Bingham Junction Feb 14 14Louis Louis I Dee DeozOS Deezos > eo eozos
zos a Greek has sworn to a complaint complaintcharging1 complaintchandng complaintcharging
charging John Stathakis another Greek Greekwith Grefkwith Greekwith
with assault and battery batt > o Deozos Is em employed emploed employed ¬
ployed as watchman at the United States Statessmelter Statessmelter Statessmelter
smelter and while discharging dlschar lng his duties dutiesj
j I as such was assaulted by b Stathakis who whojiiu whostruck whostruck
jiiu struck iv iuia him on the mw head jituu with wiiu u a sho shov uuyt l i iThe l lThe
The Union East Jordan Irrigation Irrigationcompany IrrlgaUoncompany IrrigationCompany
company held hcl its annual meeting me < tlng at Cast CastJordan lstJordan EiistJordan
Jordan on Monday for the purpose of ofhearing orhearing ofhearing
hearing the treasurers report and elect electIng electIng electing
Ing a new board of directors A com committee commrU cornmittec ¬
mittee mrU > e was appointed to audit the finan financial financial firmacial ¬
cial resorts for lOOt I9 and 1805 The fol following Collowing following ¬
lowing constitute the new ne directing directingory directingboard directingboard
board Geor George c T SharD William Gre Greory Greg Gregory
ory John W V Sharp Sh rp Ruel Oliver John JohnP
P Pehrson LevI O Olson lson and Joseph H HSlHam HShmm HSlxam
SlHam SlHamThe Shmmrhe SlxamThe
The 15 months old daughter of Mr MrRenner MrRttnncr MrRennor
Renner of the United States smelter is issuffering Issutterin issuffering
suffering from bronchitis bronchitisMrs bronohitlsr bronchitisMrs
Mrs D A Drown and Mrs l Melissa MelissaBorlaae MohisaBorlase
r oDV DV rsdef rsdefah
Borlaae o were hostesses t at t a delightful delightfulvalentine delighttulvalentine
valentine ah > nUne arty Darty at the Drown residence residenceMonday residenceMonday residenceMonday
Monday evening evenln About fifty guests ppr pprticipated l pr prticipated r rtlclpated
ticipated Cards formed the order of ofamusement o ou ofamusement
amusement u m t progressive e high IS five e eDrown being beingthe beingthe
the same Prize 8 p7 p7e winners ie wore David DavidDrown I IhtyidDrown
Drown Dr Monahan Mrs Polly PoU Englor Englorand Englrand Englerand
and Mrs rs Emma Larsen During the theevening thecyenin jheevening
evening cyenin refreshments were served servedPROVC servedPROV 1 1PROVq
PROVC PROVq NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProo NOTESProvo
Provo Feb 15 13The The board of education educationhas educationhas educationhas
has been invited to name a hlsh school schoolstudent schoolstudent schoolstudent
student for a alac place in the delegation dolo atlon ot othigh othlSh ofhigh
high school students to go 0 from this hi5 state stateto stateto stateto
to Washlngtort as a representative repreSt > ntaUv to the theinaucural theInuuaural theinaunurai
inaucural ceremonies on Miirtrli i 1matter Tnw Tnwmatter Tnumatter
matter has been referred to Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent Rawlings RawllngsMrs RawlingsMnf RawlingsMrs
Mrs Bertha KingBaker dll appear in indramatic Indramatic Indramatic
dramatic recital at the Brigham Young Younguniversity Youn Younunlvenlb Younguniversity
university Saturday Satur ay evening K Jqb < jb IS 8 the initiate tn tndate thedate ¬
date having been changed itwm hum uie c 17Ui 17Uias HUIas 17thas
as first announced announcedJ
J J A A Hamer was today W R appointed sten stenographer stin stinOgrRl1her stirlogralher ¬
ographer of the Fourth judicial district districtby distrJotby dltr1tby
by Judge Booth and is now no officiating ttS ttSsuch tissuch S Ssuch
such suchM suchof suchM
M J Ryan R an alias R Rvd td d is being beln triad triadin trlet1In triaIn
in the Fourth I o rth district court on a charge cttargftof
of burglary He and Frank Wayne Vayne are areaccused areaecUsed areaccUsed
accused of entering the home of Mr and andMrs undllno andMrs
Mrs S R Thurman in this city cat on the thenight thenlJht thenight
night of Feb 2 and stealing some silver silverware silverware silverware ¬
ware Attorney > y Houtz and Assistant AssistantCounty As AssistantCounty lstant lstantCounty
County Attorney Attorne Thomas are prosecut prosecuting prosocutIng prosecutlug ¬
ing and Clu Clu3 Booth defending deCl > n nf Red RedIs RodIs Redis
Is wall known kno n to the officers of Salt SaltLake SaltLale SaltLake
Lake Ogden Og m and Provo while Wayne ra ne Is Isnotknown s snot snot
not notknown known In this section His Histrial trial will willfdllow w11lfdl10w willfdllow
fdllow Reds RedsAt tedsAt eds edsAt
At a special meeting of the th Comfercial Comfercialclub Comfercialelub ComferciaLclub
club held last evening eV ffllng < it decided against againstthe againsthe againstthe
the he two telephone systems on o the ground groundthat groundthat round roundthat
that it would entail additional expense expenseon
on the patrons of telephones Hl phon This ac action no notioa c ctlon ¬
tion of th the club will be presented presta1tedtO to tne tnecity tnecity tnecity
city council councilProfessor councnProtecsor councilProfessor
Professor J R Boshard is confined to tohis tohis tOhis
his home by a severe attack of rheuma rheumatism rhlWJIlatlJim rheujnatism ¬
tism tismJohn tlJimJohn S SJohn
John Wintch of Midway is spending a afew atew afew
few days In the thecJt city visiting relatives relativesA
A marriage license has beert issued to toHersal toHersal
Hersal H laYJ Walker ffeIC of iSX American r Ci Fork aged d dand
28 = and Luella Lu < 1 n Jacobs of Leiii aged agudLeo tt ttLeo ULeo
Leo Blackett aged 25 l and Lucy Luc Chad Chadwick Chnrtwick Chaciwick
wick aged aged3 i3 3 both of Springvllle wore woremarried wormarrJed woremarried
married here her today to a by b Judge Booth BoothAMERICAN BoothAM BoothAMERiCAN
AMERICAN AM ERICAN FORK NOTES NOTESAmerican NOTESAmerIcan NOTESAmerican
American Fork Feb 15 1iGidum Gideon Peter Peterson Peterson Peterson ¬
son Ross Smith Leon Smith and Elmer ElmerWarnlck ElmerarnICk ElmerWarnick
Warnlck arnICk four boys from Pleasant Grove Grovewere Grovfwere Grovewere
were arrested by City CJt Marshal Peter PeterLogsdon PeterLo PeterLogsdon
Logsdon Lo 5don last ast night for disturbing dlsturbln the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace and spent the nlsrht nl ht in the city
bastilo They were brought before Judge JudgeKelly Judge1e11y JudgeKelly
Kelly this morning and pleaded guilty guiltyand guiltYand guiltyand
and were fined no 2oO each > Not having havingthe 11wlngthe havingthe
the money to pay their fines they the are areto aress areto
to serve two and onehalfdays days as boafd boafders bQutdA boatderg
ers ss at r the b bwgltt wgltt city Jail JailA lxiiA lehnlr
A A very pry narrow escape e cupe from a dis disastrous disastrous disastrous ¬
astrous fire at the home of Samuel SamuelGreenwood SltmuelGr SamuelQgeenw000
Greenwood Gr nwoolJ in the t e Fourth Fourthwnri ourth ward Rrd occurred occurredlast occurredlast occurredlast
last nisrht ni bt His daughter Javenta Ja > 11ta was waspreparing wasprepllrln waspreparin
preparing for the ball and nd had a lighted lightedcandle IIghttdcandle lightedcandle
candle sitting sitting on the th > table Jn the room roomShe roomShe roomShe
She left th the room room for a few fe minutes and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when she returned the candle hud fallen fallenfrom fallenfrom fallenfrom
from the table to the floor and hud set setfire setfire t tfire
fire to the carpet burning considerable considerableof
of a hole therein The fire was a8 Jut out outbefore outbrore outbfore
before much damage was done doneDouble doneDouble doneDouble
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only line double tracked Missouri Mis ourl river riverto riverto riverto
to Chicago and maintains the tti fastest fastestservice fastestservice fastestservIce
service between Omaha and the th city at atthe atthe atthe
the head of the lakes lakesIn la1cesIn lakesIn
In connection with the Union Pacific Pacificthree PacInehree PacifIcthree
three daily trains run through solid to toChicago toChicago toChicago
Chicago For Information consult C A AWalker AWalkerr t tWalker
Walker general agent 3S West 2d So SoI Sostreet
I street Salt l Lake City Cityis CityB CityB
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IMPORTANT P Pot TO SUFFERERS SUFFERERSla 1
la announcing myself d ux a physician physicianor
or merit with f a reputation as a com competent COInpetent cotepetent ¬
petent reliable and modern mo ern specialist
I ask no man to treat with me untIl
he has satisfied himself that J ran an do doaU doall < loall
all that I claim My modem methods
for treating Pelvic and Private Dis Diseases Diseases ¬
eases of men are absolutely the h quick quickest 1ulckest quickeat ¬
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Bladder and 00 Prostatic Troubles M Mmethods Mr My Mymethods >
methods are the outgrowth Jt f is years yearsspent yearsspent ears earsspent
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