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Men tcn Who Formed For d P N league Leage Are AreAfter AreAter
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Special Speial Sporting Sportng Service ServiceN Sevie SevieX ServiceYork
N w York March 8 fRumor Rumors iiavo ovo avo been beenplentiful beenJ
plentiful J > nUCul recently rert of an ablebodied ablebodiedf ablebodied ablebodiedfImt
f fImt iuine fl1 to depose depole Pat Powers from tho thojmPiflfiicy thoprldfIC7
jmPiflfiicy prldfIC7 of the thE Eastern E h > r loagire iogl Ac Accordlrtjj Accordl
cordlrtjj cordl to the resorts George Stalling Stallingof
of nt thc thf Buffalo club cub and Howard Howrt Qrif
fitb the depoflod depoo president of tho Jersey Jer y
ct ettv < Hv club lub are re the nrlme movers III h the theantiPowers thoaotPowel theartiPower
antiPowers aotPowel plot and they are intent on onailing ont
ailing t a special Ivedal meeting meetnl of the league leguu leguun
und n voting olnl Powers out of office officemado ocnct
It Is al llpgd e < that the first move vas was1nadr vasmaf
mado maf in Cincinnati Cincinnat when Griffiths Grltflhs was wasl
l It lrtd < rtrd chairman of a committee cmmitee to con
durt dur r the negotiations negotatons with tho majors in inrelation inrehton Inrelitlnn
relation rehton to the draft dra rule rule In view of the
fat fact fact t that Powers was the president of the thetoual
National N i toual tfonal association a olaton and should have haverrprrsrnted haverCprfnted haveriprrented
rrprrsrnted rCprfnted tho minors mlnorsn In so 8 important tmportnt a anjiiltrr aJld aflxLtr
njiiltrr Jld hr it I was regarded as a direct dirct slap slapat slapat
at tK th official ofCcal He Is said to hajre re retaliated retalatpd retallatpd ¬
taliated talatpd by b ousting ousUns Griffiths Grffihs fiomthp fiomthppresidency tlom ae the tholXEsldEncy the3rsIdency
presidency lXEsldEncy of the Jersey Jer Jerso City Cly team tetm of the theEastern theLastern theJastorn
Eastern league and that th t brought br ulht the thedispute thodipqtc
dispute to a l focus focusrcorge focusurge
Gurge < rcorge urge Tcbeau Teb u thePooh thelooh Bah of the theAmerican therkan
American nrIcan rkan association a solaUon is also said sid to have havearrayed haveuraycd havearrayed
arrayed uraycd against agan8t Powers and is j s said taJd to be begiving beKi begkiflg
giving Ki in his hi moral aid to Stalllngs Stln s and andGriffith annritrih anurAffitn
Griffith ritrih ritrihOthers rAffitn
Others Want to Butt But in inThf inTh inTlu
Thf Th reason ra n assigned asshne for the 11 alleged allegedrevolt aUcgcnrvol allegedr
rvol r revolt volt against Powers is that he has hn5 In Insltcd insltd InaItod
sltcd on belnc ben bMn the oneman power of ofboth ofboth ofboth
both tho Eastern Easter and National Natonal leagues leaguesond leages leagesfmd leaguesnid
ond that the others determined determlnld to roar ronrrangp ror rorrdfg
rangp rdfg < matters maters so that they thty would havo a
fnJCr finger in the pie pieVhrn pic plcWhn
Vhrn hpn Powers was asked aked for an opinion opinionon
on thc thf matter mater he ie said with emphasis 1 ido 1do 1do
do not believe beleve there IB such a movement movementon
on foot as suggested suggeted Of course It i would wouldbe wouldb
be b possible lollble under the constitution consttuton to de depost depoac
post IS m mQ 1C the clubs thought It i neces necessary nece ecez ecezsary ¬
sary But I was unanimouBlv elected electedjirosldont electedpr elected3rcsident
jirosldont pr sld nt of the Eastern league I wouldnot wouldot would wouldnot
not ot take tke it I qn any other conditions Now Nowhaving Nowl1av Nowhaving
having l1av ng unanimously chosen chose me as presi pros 1 1nt ¬
dent nt just let any an responsible club owner ownerof owneroC ownerof
of the league hint that I am not wanted wantedand wante wanteaand
and there will wi be no necessity for any anyscheme anysCh anyscheme
scheme sCh m to depoe me I will wi step out of ofmv ormv ofmy
mv own wn accord very ver quickly As A 1 said
Ixfojf brf11 I do not believe belcve there is any xnyF an anF
F < < hfnio l W to deoose deD me m but if there is 1 1hop 1hop Ihop
hop some of the responsible men of the
league will wil say so soSTUDENTS soSTUDENTS soSTUDENTS
The Tht cross croB country class cass run will wi take takeflat takeTlan takeIat
flat Iat < > this afternoon afernoon at the university universit universitThE
The ThE men have been practicing practcing faith faithfully talthuly faithuIly ¬
fully uly for the meet so record time tme is iaexpected isxppted I IXIeted
expected The course will wi be three and anda andhalf anda
a half miles mies stretching from the cam campus cam1IUS campus ¬
pus 1IUS to the mouth of the canyon and andback andbak andback
back and it is thought that the entire entireclfstance entireiitance
entre entretance
clfstance tance will be run in about twenty twentyonr twent twentone twentyOYIP
onr one > minutes minutesThe tninutesThe minutesThe
The most prominent of those enter entering enterjg enterhg ¬
ing are arE for the i JIepd prep > rep Dell Del Judd Neil NeilJudd Nei NeilJudd
Judd Hume Johnson Johnsn Hall Hal and Earl EarlBeninon EarlBfllion EarlBiinion
Beninon Bfllion for the freshmen frehmen Spencer Spencerlayton SpencerClayton
4 layton < Ledged for the sonhomores sonhomoresScranton sonomorescranton
Scranton ranton Captain Brown sonomores sonomoresranton Prtt pft Lieb LiebTJWII LiebTWU LiebTfl3fl
TJWII TWU Butler Buter for the juniors Dresser Dresserjml Dreser Dreserrt Dresseritl
jml rt itl Jimmy Jimm Wade will wIl represent the thefoninrs thefniors theS
foninrs foninrsTh fniors fniorsThp S en i nr nrThe
Th The < judges judge of otthe the coprse coprs will wi be Dr DrPlummer DrPlummpr DrPluinmer
Plummer Dr Anderson Professor Profesor Wil WilI VH VHMVI Vi
MVI rnl and D A Cailahan The affair afair is isJi I
31 Ji t5i t1f hands of Fred Bennion Cyach CyachMaddotk CmchIaddoCk Cacb CacbMaddok L
Maddotk IaddoCk and Captains Brown and But ButVr But1pr But1or
Vr The race will wi be started starte at at011k ato 4 4OC1trk
SiMicial Sltlal Snorting Sprtng Service Senice i
NVw Xt w York March 9 9tnles 9Unless Unless all al signs signsfa signifa
fa Tommy Tumm Murphy Iurph the clever ele r Harlom Harlmwil
fcptliorwelKht will wil be seen setn In an au ISnglign ISnglignrirr Eng1 Englisir1nb n nrjn
rirr rjn r1nb this thl spring Murphys easy ey victory victoryovir vctorytr victor victorcivr
ovir tr Chick Tucker has boosted bot d his hisMto htf bli S
Mto Mtfk at > k to a considerable degree tgre and Ills Illsmanager lttsmanager lii liimanager S SS
manager Johnny Oliver Olver Is looking for foriuor fo
0 iuor 1 ur worlds to conquer Recently a local localsporting localportng locaporting
sporting portng man received reehcd a deli df from rom Owen Owenfran it
fran the crack English EnlUsh bantam bantamtiirnviRh bantamtirnuJh bantamturough
tiirnviRh tirnuJh the latters representative rvrent Ue who whiI
Is I TIIW In this city Murphy
rlw cty llurphy was men mentimfU menj menirncd
timfU j nfd in the challenge chalonge Moran agreeing agreing
10 1 I i mf mft meet t Murphy Murhy at any an weight from 114 114to 114t 11 11t
to t < US 111 11 pounds vund During the last few fewmrmhs fewmnn fe femtm
mrmhs mnn 15 Murphy urlh has become very ver heavy heavyand Ilea Ileaand leav leavnd
and nd It i would be next to Impossible ImDs8bl for fo foto
Uia h to make 110 16 pounds However Howtr Oliver Olvr Olivefr
fr fr L i K I that if Moran Is satisfied stsCe he will willEr wil wilto
Er 1 to 11 16 116 pounds and meet met Moran 1 > rat in inKneland inJlllan1 t ii iiJngland
Kneland Jlllan1 next May Iay If I this Is satisfac satisfactory stsfac stsfacnr satisfacr ¬
tory nr r Oliver will wi post 1ost a forfeit forfet at once onceami onceand e eaTh1
and sign 81g1 articles articlesMISSOURI artcles artclesMISSOURI articlesMISSOURI
Jft Jdrfr 14fferaon > rson n City Ciy Mo MoMarek 10 March ar < h 9 9he 9heUSi The a
lious USi bill bi providing for repeal of the th a
lirrfjers brtl < rs law was passed pued in the senate senatet nate natetot e etniiy
t vfiy tot by a 1 avot vole of 18 to 13 1 The breed breedrrs breedlaw breedU
rrs U law was exacted actcd in II 1897 188 and pro proi PlOjlrl proJul
i M jlrl < 1 that betting bettng on horse hOr racing racingJ racin g
J hiuld huJ h uld take place pla only onl3 within the COH COHii co coiPir
ii iij iPir i < of the race rce tVacks ta < ks The repeal rpl of ofthis ofthis o r rtlii
this tlii bill bi eliminates elminate all al prohibition prohibiton on onlining on1jjlg ol ii iiI
lining 1jjlg I c j tig betting beling in Missouri MissouriThf MissourIThe iSoull
The Th passage pasage of the measure mesure marks a adstinot
dstinot i tilwt step In the efforts lforts being made madet madr ae e
r t > eliminate EHminate race rce betting bettng In Missouri Missourias MIsouri MIsourias I Ii
i as it t was necessar nees ar yto to repeal the theTre the1Thders th e e1rtders
Tre 1Thders fders law to pave the way wy for the thehouse Ulehnus Ui e ebriuse
house bill bi prohibiting prohibitng bookmakers bokmakers and andgambling andbamblng an c1 c1h
gambling bamblng on races In n Missouri fsurl which whichnirasure whichfasure whicsr5 h
nirasure fasure sr5 will wil probably be taken up to tomorrow toJnorrow torrow ¬
morrow morrowNEW JnorrowEW rrow rrowNEW
< Special SItlal Sporting SportnJ Service ServiceT Sericl
T inRtun iJ ton Ky li March tThe tTht entries entriesth entrhI
t < th < four ttak 8htkf stakes 8 to be 0 run by the new newrMjtig ne neflg
rMjtig irlg flg Mtwociation M fton at Lexington Lexln on from tom May Ms Mst lay
t It < > 9 number tumbr 27 70 K JO E Sinatiiers Smather was wastl waSr W Wth
tl r th 11 > largest larget nominator the iit net lit order orderfix ordCr ord r
I fix 1 ii T 1 P Hayes Pat Mallon lalon S S
PrnwTi Prn troV T and M H 1 Tlcheiier Tlcheler Co In the theIistiiiors theI U
Iistiiiors I Ii ilrs stakes 1take an ar Broomstick Brm Uck Mc Mchtsmy M Mq Ic Icf
f htsmy holn AlftnaDHle AJanaDale Prince Prln e Silver SilverT Slver Slveril Silv
T iiirs il igs s BHd Hd News Wltful Vlful and others others in inif In1p I Ic a
1p if Phoenix PhUnlx Hotel Hottl stakes are Intense IntenseAgil Intene InteneAJi Intensgil c
Agil AJi gil < Broadcloth Brodcoth Bradon Alcor Loretta LorettaM LOeta LOetald LorettM
M ind ld Waterside alenld There hero are sixtynine sixtyninetrJfS sixtynitiifltrJs
ifltrJs < itrlos trJfS In the tbf Distillers Ditler fortyonein the theTht thehpix iii
Tht Th hpix nix pj thirtyfour In the Lexington Lington ana anavr andrntYldx afl tj tjintysix
vr rntYldx > ntylx In the Senorita SenoritaWILLIE Senorit SenoritWILiIE SenoritaWILLIE
Special SJial Sporting Sprtng Service ServhW ServiceYork >
Nw W York York March 9 9Vory < VerY little has hts liii Is
bn lTT h r heard her of Willie Vile Shaw the well known IIiOWv
yky K koy during urng the winter and many man
horsemen horsmtn are ar beginning to t ask what wh Lt
> = tibi till he h will wi sign sig with wih during the tht com C ¬
lug HI sMas scsfj fu s Shai mw is
tn Shw one of the beat b t rid rldrs ridr r14
rs r in H the United t nle Suites Stte and during the tli 0
winter wm r has ha b be fi resting Mtn ant He will soon sOO i
I begin bln to set Jet In condition conditon for 1905 190 wU Last LastI La
seasOn IIOn Shaw Shw wan wa under
I engagement to H Hrv 1
1 B B Dure Duryea and rode in severl several oi the big bi >
rv nmts nts In
one or two
of the races his hi is
yllirg 1klhrg Wa was unsatisfactory unstfacto to his employ ¬
er 1 r and nd Hlldebraiid
Hldobrnd who xvas w then the thehad tli e
mo most t
popular rider
had the thf regular rlar mounts mOun WI was substtuted Substituted for that stable Id an
the thE remainder of the
year yer When hn Shaws 5
contract expired at the end of thclea the
1 season on onfree a
was not Ot retained and the
free to ant Joy boy I now noi IV
ride for any or the big
stables stablesBaseball stbles stblesBasebal stablesBaseball
Baseball Basebal at Varsity JVarsityThp VarsityThe VarsityThe
The spirit spirt of baseball D sob has
l ha oven be
come ome impregnated In the
students studen
e the thf university uJverlt The re different diCerent student classes classesplay of c
1 decided to organize teams
and an
play pIa a series of interclass
Intercass games It t
is 3 thought that if gmes I
I one will give glv e
K I pennant to the winning team tem wl the gie in n L ¬
terest In the the sport Spor will wH be bGsthnulated stimulated
Ramp H amp and Danforth Danorh Booked to Give GiveExhibition G GrveExhibition ve veEbiton
Exhibition Ebiton of of Real Thing ThingTonight Thg ThgTonght ThingTonight
Tonight Tonght TonghtAfer TonightAfter
After Afer going goinz hungry hungr3 for a little ltte sport In
the t tp he scrapping line lne for some time tme an op ¬
portunity p Is given local lol ring rln followers followersto
to t o get another glimpse glmp8e at the the padded paddedarena paddedarena paddedrena
arena a this evening The cr cr card < l is Billy Bly
Hmp H p of Logan and Bert Danforth of ofmithfield
Smlthfield SmlhtleJ S these lhNe two young men come cometo comet
to t t o Salt Salt Lake lake without wihout a Ion 101 string trhll of ofehamplonuhip orehamplonshlp ofkampionihip
ehamplonuhip e titles tte attached attche to their theirnames theltname theirames
names fl ames but in place Iaee have a n reputation reputationof re ltaUon ltaUonot
of o f being on the square which count cuunt for formore formore formore
more these days Ju n the eyes ec of the sport sportIng sportJn
Ing Jn I n public publicThey publc publcey
They ey have met twice twle before before Danfortn Danfortnwinning Danforthwianing
winning each time The first ftst contest contestwus contet contetwus cOfltO5twus
wus won by b the knockout knokout route in four fourteen fourteen ¬
teen t een rounds when the winner wlJor was all al allut
but b ut out himself himsI The second secnd was va a atwentyround
twentyround twentround t decision deision by a ullJur hjur which whichleft whichleft
left l the question Iutston of which whlh is i the bettor bettorman bCter bCtermln bettorman
man mln is In doubt to nil al of those who wl0 saw the thecontest thecontet theontest
contest contet c Cache valley v lty sports 1ort will Wil come comedown comedown comeown
down d own in a body today toa to witness wines the thebout thebout
bout as they the have hav confidence in 11 seeing a ascrap arap
scrap s rap worth their tl < lr while whileFor wble
I I I For the preliminaries prelminarl Terry Terr Davis and andGworge andI
I I Gorge Hackctt Hacket should be a R good card cardDavis crd crdDnv cardDavis
Davis Dnv la well wel known locally as a good goodscrajwer goodscraJUuu
scrajwer s and Hackett Hacket has had quitea quiteabit quite Iuie n nbi
bit bi of experience operlence throughout the west westand wet wetand weatand
and Is a tough customer customerFAST customerFAST
Guy G uy M Oailey Daiey Holder Hoiderof of 100Yard 1OOYardRecord 100YardRecord
Record in the City CityGuy CityGU CityGuy
Guy GU M 1 Dailey Duie one of the fastest faatot sprint sprintswimmers spriutswlmmors
swimmers s IP 11 the tc United States and the thepresent thepresent
present p holder of the 100yard O3ard dash record records reord reordIs
Is i s In Salt Lake a as a member of the Rags Ragsand Ragsand Eag5and
and Riches Riche company Dailey Daiey Is well wellknown wel wellknown
known knor In swimming swimminG circles circle all ul over tne tnecountry tnecountr
country countr and halls hals from Pittsburg Plttburg Pa PaHe PaHe PaHe
He has ha been a a member of the D C and andA andA andA
A A C Homestead Hometead and Braddock water waterpolo waterplo waterpolo
polo plo teams in the past and has been in inseveral inseveral inseveral
several match games for the champlon champlonhla championshia
shia > hla h of America mcrcu at different aquatic aquaticmeets aquatc aquatcmeetq uquaticmeets
meets meetq around the country countr countrLst
Last Lst May MuJ at Braddock Dgiley Daiey cut the the100yard the10yard the00yard
100yard 10yard 1 record down to 53 5 5 seconds flat flatwhich fat fatwhich fiatwhich
which still stl stands as the fastest fmsttst time timemade tme tmemlde timemade
made mlde by b a n swimmer In speed swimming
he uses the tredging tredgingor or Chicago over overhand overhand overhand ¬
hand stroke and gets his speed from this thisstyle thisstle thisstyle
style stle of swimming
Dailey Daley was also prominent on o the path pathas pathas
as a an amateur bicycle rider rier in I the east easta
a couple of years back back His brother brotherJohnny brotherJohnny brotherJohnny
Johnny Dailey Daley is also a prominent promlnentswlm promlnentswlmmer swim swimmar swimmer
mer and at one time tme held the record for fortwentyfive fortwentyfve fortwentyfive
twentyfive twentyfve yards made at t Madison MadisonSquare MadisonSquare adlson adlsonSquare
Special SneclaltoThe ecal to The Herald HeraldNew Herald1cw HeraldNew
New 1cw York March lIHrch 0 9Picher 9Pitcher Pitcher Con ConStarkells ConStarkels ConStarkells
Starkells Starkels of the last rears ers Pacific Paciic Na National Nl N Ntional ¬
tional tonal learue gave an exhibition exhibiton of ofthrowing oftlrowinJ ofthrowing
throwing tlrowinJ the spit spi ball bal today that sur surprised surprise surprised ¬
prised prise Manager llanaKer Clarke Griffith Grifih of the theNew theNew
New York American Americn learrue Iea = ue team tem He Heshowed Heshowe 1Icshowed
showed showe perfect erfet control of the ball bal and andgives amIglve andgives
gives every indication inicaton of making makln good goodwith goodwIh goodwith
with wIh I it in the he big league legue this year yearStarkells yearStarkells car carStarkels
Starkells Starkels played for forthe the Boise team last lastyear lasty lastyear
year y ar and was a n find of Eddie Hammond Hammondof
of that team tellm During the season season Manager ManegerJohn 1la1Jer 1la1JerJohn ManagerJohn
John McCIoskey lcC oske tried to release rel e him sev several sevORI sevoral ¬
oral ORI times tmts but the th directors director of the club clubbelieved cub cubbeUevo clubbelieved
believed beUevo he le had the stuff in him and re refused refpsed ¬
fused flsed to stand for McCloskeys lcCloskes action actionle acton actonHe actionHe
He le was wa kept on the team tEam by the direct directors diret diretor directors
ors or of the club and Honest John was wasinstructed wasinstruct wasinstructed
instructed d to give Jivc him a trial H He made madegood madegood madegood
good and ad was drafted drafe by b New NeW York Boise Boisegetting Boisegettng Boisegettihig
getting gettng 500 for him himKEITHOBRfENS himKEITHOBRIENS himKEITHOBRIENSTAKE
The KeithOBriens I eithOBrie took a a a fall fal out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the telephone team winning two of the thethree thctr thegames
three tr games played Ilayc in last astnlghts nights series seriesHigh serieshigh
High J1gh scores SCore were bowled bwled by b Harris for forthe Corthe forthe
the Bell players player and Ames Ame for the dry drygoods dr drgoodl drlgoods
goods goodl team tem The scores scoresKeithOBriens score scoreKeithOBriens scoresKeithOBriens
KeithOBriens KeithOBriensMurray
Murray MurrayBredie 162 l6 149 14 its 6 47G 471flrodie I
Bredie BredieLewis Broie 126 26 161 153 15 440 440IS 440Lei 441I
Lewis LewisKlrkwood Lei IS oO 105 170 76 49 491GS 4W 4WKlrttwoo 49Kirkivood I
Klrkwood KlrkwoodAmes f 1GS lG 1 10 lOt < 12S 12 440 4 4Ame 444Ames
Ames Ame 11 196 170 Ij6 500 500Totals 501Totals
Totals Tot1s Totals 74 74S83 74S S3 7SS 78 78Bel 755I 755IBell 2358 2358Bell
Bell Bel Telephones TelephonesPurvis TelephonesPlrls TelephonesPiirvlq
Purvis Plrls p 167 16 1GO 6 I5 156 iG 4SS 4SSSween iS iSSweeney
Sween Sweeny Sweeney y 140 40 135 3 113 12 35 35Harris BT BTHarris
Harris 1 161 1 ISO 18 179 l 623 623Buttle 5 5Ruttie
Buttle Ru t te 133 1 100 10 188 1 1Herd 372 372Heard
Heard Herd 145 15 ll7 1j 18 l M 471 471Totals 4T 4TTotals I
Totals Totls 748 712 71 77 7a 7aCOLORADO 775 775COLORADO 2236 2236COLORADO
COLORADO WAKES UP UPi UPAthletes UPAthletes UFAthletes
I i
Athletes of Centennial Centenal State Stte Ask AskTTtah AskUth AsI AsIUtah
Utah Uth to Join in i School SchoolSports SchoolSport SchoolSports
Sports SportsThe Sport SportsThe
The Colorado colleges olege and universi universities unlverslte universities ¬
ties te seem sem to have awakened to the fact factthat factthat L Lthat
that Utah is on ou the map when It comes comesto com comto
to athletics athletcs The schools 8 > hools over that way wayJmve wa waJULvC 3 3puve
Jmve been a long time tme finding fnding it out outbut outbut outbut
but the drubbing given iven them last fall fallIn fal a afootball
In n football ootbal by Matldocks llnddoks men has ha grad gradually Gradualy FrIedually ¬
ually ualy soaked saked In until un1 now they thc are arewilling arewiins ar arvlliing
willing wiins to concede concedt that vhen vh h n it I comes comesto cometo > mes mesto
to athletes Utah can go some someA somemeetng
A meeting meetng has hut been ben held in Denver Denverat Denyerat Deuveat r
at which of the lead leading leadlug
representatives repres Jtt es tht Jed Jeding ¬
lug ing schools formulated a plan an to join joinhands joinJals i
hands Jals with Utah and VyomIns V omin and andform andform am 1
form a tristate association assciaton to govern governcollege governcolege i
college colege sports The plan was wa accepted acceptedby 1
by those present and an offer ofer has hs been beenmade beenmade ii 1
made to the theUniv University rslty of Utah and the theUniversity theUniverity th e
University Univerity of Wyoming to join hands handswith hnndswih handwith a 3
with wih their brother students In Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado radoIt
radoI It I is the intention interton to hold tristate tristatetrack tristatetrck e j
track trck meet And tnd nd adopt a set of rules rulesto rulesto S 3
to govern college eolege athletes in pl jull all three threestates threestates C j
states This would bring f p e three threestates threeI threstates e 2
states state into closer coser relationship relaUomjhY in ath athletics athlte ¬
I letics lte of all al kinds kind and it i is thought thoughtwould thoughtwould thoughC t
would be a L great step forward In the theright theI th thright C s
I I right direction dircton in western wetern school sport sportPatronize sponlPatronize
Patronize the Collender CollenderBowling Colender ColenderBowlng CoiiendcrBowIin
Bowling Bowlng BowIin Alley le and Billiard Biiard Parlor ParlorONE ParJorI ParJorONEMILLIONINVOLVED ParlorONE
Second Trial of the Famous Famous Portland PortlandMining Portand PortandMining PortlanMining d 3
Mining Suit SuitCouncil SuitCounci SuitCouncil
j Council Counci Bluffs Blufs Ia March Marc 9 9The The sec second MCI seeond ¬
ond trial of the Portland Portand Mining lning com company compny cornS ¬
I pany pny suit sui In which nearly nearly 1000000 is isinvolved isinvolved I Iinvolved S i
involved has been betn begun begn in the district districtcatirt districtI t tCqurt
catirt here This is a i retrial of the thecase th thcase
I case wherein wh rein James Doyle was given givena
a verdict for upward upwar of 4iOO 4iO00 400O 0 against againstJames aolnst aolnstI againtJames a
James Burns for a division on account accountof accouli accouliof
of the location locton and staking of certain certainClaims celtalncJaims certalIaims
Claims cJaims which have become bome rich mines minesa4nd minend
a4nd and nd are now no part of the Portland Porland com companys cm cornpRflS ¬
panys panys properties propertes A jury has been be n se secured s scured accured ¬
cured and arguments argment heard and today todaya toda todau y ytranscript
a transcript of o evidence given at the thefirst thefrt th C Cfirst
first frt trial IB being red read Each side is isrepresented isrepresented I Irepresented
represented by a number of prominent prominentattorneys promJnentattorneys proinineiiattorneys
attorneys among among them being Senator SenatorPatterson SenatorPatersn SenatePattersOn
Patterson Patersn Congressman Smith John JohnN JohnBaldwin Job JobBaldwin
N Baldwin and others of
equal promi prominence promience promience ¬
ence All Al other business busines has been beenlaid beenlaid bee beelaid
laid over In the thp district court for thi thicase tblt thicase
case which ia receiving even greater greaterattention greater greateratenton greateattention
attention atenton than the first frt trial trialSALT trJa triala trialSALE
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California Caiiornl and Eastern races Z rsc DI DIvect DIect Diect
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Salt S alt Lake Lke Riders HaveBad Rvewad Falls Fls in inAustralia i inAustralia
Australia AustraliaBOTH Austla AustlaBOTH
A letter leter was received yesterday cstertny from j
Billy Biy Bowles Iver Lawsons trainer inAustralia inAustrla in
Australia Austrla A saying sying that Salt Sal Lakes Llkcs worlds worldschamplo
champion c is II still HUl getting gettng his share of the
money mone overthero Mowles lIowles says svs svsI I
I think my m last letter leter was from Syd
no Lwson Lawson was In glt for form at thl the i
ydney meeting I Iant
S3Iney meetI won nearly every race
and l beat rce
ant a match
Elcgurd race on the
last l
nbht Ha also won the tle summer
wheel race handicap from scratch 5crtch rid
Ing l og on his pat unassisted Fifty pounds
first firt I irst money
Both Iver and McFarland had bad
luck l lb at the A N A meeting in Mel
bourne boure b ourne McFarland fell meetng twice and could couldot
not n nt ot ride again Lawson Lwson had a bad fall
bat fal
the ng t he same sme night breaking one of his fin n ngor
gars gor g em and scratching his hi face and was wasnut
nut out of it i for the rest est or the meet
ing In J og
They Jhe rode rde here Adelaide Feb 4 but
their t Injuries Injurie prevented prevent d them from doing
any a ny good They The both qualified tua11fed however
for the big handicap handicp which Is in be run runnext
next Saturday Satura and they should win It It
as both are recovering recoverinG from their falls
In i ii good shape shapeFrom shal shapeFrom
From here we go back b ck to Melbourne Melbourneand Ielbourneand
and Lawson will wi meet mtet Ellegard EU Surd and I
Butt Rut In R series of o match races to be berun berun
run the latter later Dart of February ebruar From I
Melbourne llelbour we go to Sydney for the big
Sydney thousand thouand which is to be run In
March and the he big race rce look rn like lke a acinch acinch acinch
cinch for Lawson Lwson and McFarland cFarllnd Give Giveour Giveour Giveour
our regards to toall all the Salt Lake Lke boys boysHOT boysHOT
Oxford Oxord and Pasadena Run Ru Up to toForm
Form Sheets and Get the theCoin I
Coin CoinLos te teCoin i
Los Angeles Cal March 5 90xford Oxford and I
Pasadena Pasa ena each won a 3 race today toay at As Ascot S Scot
cot the former taking taklnc the mile race In
141 winning handily handl and the latter latterstepped later latterstepped
stepped the six 51 sLy furlongs In 113 1l33 winning
by five lengths eased up Both were werered werered
red hot favorites favories in the books book t I
Hans Wagner Vacner made his reappearance reappearanceafter
after aftr a long rest r t and went seven furlongs
stilts sultsFirst sult in 127 174 Weather Yether clear ceur track fast Re Results Result Restilts ¬ I
First Firt race half mile ml mileSilver Silver Sue won
Snowbound second Slzz third Time i
49 493k ii i
Second race one mile mieack mile1neK Jack FulleR FuII
won Hersain H rln second sfcond Maggie Mackey
third Time Tlme141 Tlme141Third Time141Y 141 141Third I
Third race rce one on mile mleOxford mileOxford Oxford won Sir
Brillar Briar second Judge Denton third Time TimeFourth
1 141 41 I
Fourth Fourh race rce seven furloncs turlonZSHans turlonZSHansagner furlongsHans Hans
Wagner agner won on Glennevis second Orchan Orotianthird Orchanthird
third Time Tlmel2 Tlme127l Tlme127lFifth 127 127Fifth
Fifth Fifh race six furlongs furongPasadena furlongsPasadena Pasadena won
Colonel Ruppert second Pelham third
Time Tme113 Tme113Sixth TIme113 113 113Sixth
Sixth race one mile mieSinlcdo mileSinfcado Sinicado won
Jlnrior 142 3lnKor 1 45 second Mammon third third Time Time
Talent Talent However towever Was WasBadly Badly Fooled Fooledon
on Royal Rogue RogueSan RogueSan
San Franoisco Frnoisco March llarch 9 9Threo Three favor ¬
ites ie won today toda The lhe talent talet was as fooled fooledon f oled oledon
on in Royal Rogue Rocue who received reeived a poor poorride IIde
salts sultsFirst sutsFirst saltsFirst ride Weather clear cer track trck fast ast Re Results Re Resalts
First race four furlonss turlonChiet Chief Wltt Wlttman Wlttman Wit
man won Lorena Lorfno M 1 second Ramona Ranionathird Ramonathird
third thir Time Time4S Time4SScond Tlme4St Tlme4StSecond 4S 4SSecond
Second Scond race rce six and a a half furlongs furlongsora
Dora ora I won Olympian second Royal
White Tlte third Time Tmel2 Time122 Time122Third 122 122Third
Third race rCl six furlongs furlongsSacrcdus furlougsSacredus Sacrcdus won
Royal Rogue second Billy Bi Taylor third
Time Tlmel TlmelFourth Time1B Time1BFourth 115 115Fourth
Fourth race one mile mie and ul twenty twent yards
Northwest won Lady Ld Kent l cnt second Isa Is
belllta bemtn third tdrd Time Tlme Tlmo1i Tlmo1iFf1111 1I2 1I2Fifth I Y
Fifth FIfh race six furlongs furlongaNigrette Nigrette Xigretc won
Sad Sam second Romaine third thlrl Time Tims1lii i
113 113Sixth 1 1liiSixth 1 1Sixth
Sixth race r one mile mieToledo mileToledo Toledo won Rock Rockaway RockaWI RodeflWiIy
140 aWI away second son Gateway third thir Time
Will Wi Play Golf and Tennis TennisOwing TennisOwing TennisOwing
Owing to the th fine fne condition conditon of the theweather theweather theweather
weather tennis and golf gol have been be begun be begun ¬
gun by the students student on the east bench benchThe benchThe benchThe
The courts and links lnk have been re repaired repaired repaired ¬
paired so s that the students may mo make makethe makethe makethe
the most of this favorable f vorable weather weatherBoxing weatherBoxing
Boxing Law LawAlbany Lawlbln3 LawAlbany
Albany lbln3 N Y March 9 9The TheFraw TheFrawley Fraw Frawley FrawIcy
ley boxing bill bi permitting permittng limited limitedround lmited lmitedround imite I Iround
round contests contets between amateurs un under under unIcr ¬
der the sanction sancton of the Amateur Ath Athletic Ath Athletc AUeletic ¬
letic letc union passed the senate today
The bill bi now no goes goes to the assembly assemblyROSEBERY asembly asemblyROSEBERY
Speech on HomeRule Home Rule Before London LondonLiberal LondonLiberal I ILiberal
Liberal Club ClubLondon ClubLondon
London March larch 9 9The The question queton of ofhome o C Chome
home rule for Ireland Ir Jand was wa the principal prlncipafeature
Drn < pl plfeture
feature feture of the speech of Lrd Lord Rosebery R Reseberbefore eber3
before the city ciy of London Liberal club clubtonight clubI clultonight
tonight tonightHislordship tonightHislordship
I His Hislordship lordship said sa that while whie the te Lib Liberal Liberal LibI
eral party sympathized with wih Ireland Irelandand Ir land landand I
and was wa willing wUlng to proceed along aloIg the theHne th thlines S
lines Hne of reform there ia is one thing to towhich tb
which no wise statesman ftatesman ever will wi v1h v1hexpose I
expose the country namely namelythe the curse curseof cursof
of a dual government We have audi sufllclent suf audident
dent warnings warnlnt in the example of Nor Norway NorWay
way and Sweden and Austria and Hun Hungar
gary gar to avoid the peril peri of having the thevulture theyuUure tilivulture 3
vulture gnawing gnawing at our very er vitals vitalsLord ViaIR ViaIRLrd vitalsLord
Lord Lrd Rosebery said that after afer Brit British Bri ¬
ish ships shl1s had ba < been Ordered ordtrpd ftom rom Port PortArthur PortArthur Porarthur t
Arthur by Russia Rlssia and sent to Venezu Venezuela Venezue1a ¬
cia at the te thebeliest behest of Germany Britons Britonshad Britonshad S
had little llte further furthfr humiliation umiaton to expect expectat epet epeta expee expeeat t
at a the hands of cL i Liberal government governmentJT government
1 JT a a Liberal government gvernment were called calledupon caled caledupon cahleupon 3
upon to renew the AngloJapanese ngloapanee alli ali aliance
ance he had little doubt that it i would wouldsign w wuhsigti ul ulIgn I
sign Ign gladly gladlyDIAMOND gladlyDIAMOND gladlyDIAMONDCOAL
Sold only by Citizens Cizens Coal Company
53 Vest Second South Tel 49 49Never 49Never 49Never
Never Mind The Weather WeatherThree
Three Crown Extracts change not notThey notThey notThey
They arc ar the same yesterday yesterdaytoday yesterdaytoday YChrday YChrdaytotay
today totay and tomorrow tomorrowTHEY tomorow tomorowF tomorrowsects
sects tnto tntoTHEY
Your grocer gcer sells sels Three CrownHewlett Crowt CrowtHewlett Crown CrowrnHewlett
Hewlett Bros Co Coi
I OODEN NEWS NEWSOffice f fOgden
Office 2484 Washington ATC ATCOgden A AOgden
Knancial Fanci F Affairs Mfais of Druggist Drgst to Be e eAdjuted
Adjusted For the Benefit eneit eneitof
of Creditors CreditorsB Creditor
B G Knoth the druggist whoso financlal financIal finan
clal ci ciTh a embarrassments ombarrusment were referred referre to in inTo
Tho To Th o Herald Herald of Tuesday rueda has decided decidet ttT t
i make m mM ake an assignment to to tho Utah Credit Ccdlt Ccdltllens
Mens llens M ens association aocIaton instead Intead of going oinl into intovOluntary
v voluntary bankruptcy btnkruDtcy as at first frt frtIannd
planned li anned air 1 Knoths attorney atornc J E
j UaRley Ba il ilce agley I had prepared prepare papers for the pro proceedlngs proceedings
ceedlngs ce cee ceti edings in bankruptcy bankvtC but through thruh tho thoefforts thofCort thefforts
efforts e < fCort of the Utah Credit Mens associa associaton
J tion ton ti on a change in the plan pla was arranged arrangedIn
In the interest interet of all al the creditors credior Each Eachcedio
creditor cedio c will wi receive his proportionate proportionateshare vrportontu vrportontushare
s share st of the assets aset and at the same time timetho tme tmethe timehe
t the he trade trde will w11 be spared spare the demoraliza demoralization dcmoraIza dcmoraIzation ¬
tion ti on which hleh would follow folow the throwing
onto o nto the market mark < t of his stock of goods at at atorced
fn f forced sale Mr Ir Knoth wih with his hil attor ator atorne
ney ne n cy held hel a meeting meotng with John ohn Q Critch Crtch Crtchlow
J low lo w manager of the the association asciaton and sindothers andothers
others O < or o its is members membr last lat nlsrht nl ht Mr MrKnoth MrKnoUt
1 KnoUt K nothi made a frank statement sttemet of his af affairs
fsi f fairs and gave his plans for meeting mQtng the thesituaton
a situation situaton si tuation gve After Afer a a full ful discussion of the theusiness
bI business buRinfss t it I was agreed ageed that the petition petitionIn petton pettonIn
1 In n bankruptcy bankruptc3 he withheld wihheld and that Mr MrKnoth r rKnoth
1 Knoth K KU noth this 1ls morning mornlnl will wil assign assl n to the theUtah tboUtah
I Utah U tah Credit Crdit Mens association assoclaton as trustee trusteeof
o of f all 31 his assets asset for the benefit benefi of his hiscreditors hiscreditor
c creditors creditor Manager Critchlow Crichlow stated state that thatfor
f for or the present prsent at least least the business will wi wille
t be b b e continued contnued and that Mr Knoth will wil be beleft beleft
i left le ft In charge as manager managerMr
Mr Knoths friends are pleased please at thd thdconfidence th thconfidence
c confidence shown In him by this move movepointing movepointng
r pointing pointng p to it as an evidence not only onl of ofhis of
I his h is business Integrity integri but his ability abity and andthoy an anthO
t thoy thO predict redict that he wU will ere long be begain
a again a gin to the th front fron in his hlSbusiness hlSbusinessROLAPPS hisbusiness > business
f GAIN IS NOW 35 35KrtyTwo
KrtyTwo P Districts Distcts Show Increase of ofVote
Vote But ut Not Enough Enoughto
to Elect EleptJudge ElectJudge EleitJudge
Judge Morse lore yesterday esterdo decided deided to re recount recount ¬
count c the challenged chalenge ballots balots in all al of the
districts distrct d which have been objected objeted to toon toon toTh
on on 0 0w Th the ground 1round that the envelopes In Inwhich Inwhich
0b which w hich the ballots balots had been kept had hadeen
been b een torn open The judge did not pass passon pas pason passn
on o n the question Qucston whether wheter they would be beadmitted
admitted admlte a at but reserved resered his hl decision until untilthe
the t he other Questions Questons of law which have haveeen
been b een held in abeyance are passed on
In the recount yesterday Rolapp made mademumber
a number nmber of gains gan during the th forenoon forenoonut
but b ut the districts counted counte In the afternoon afternoonwere afteroon afteroonwere afternoonere
were w ere more in favor avor of Howell Howel There are areseveral arcsc areeveral
several sc s eral elements of uncertainty uncertaInt which whichmake whichmake whichmake
make it I difficult to prepare an accurate accuratetable acc accurateable rt rttable
table t but the attorneys atorne s for Howell Howel ad admi admit
mlt mi a i net loss of thlrtvfive thlrtvrvc votes otes for fortheir fortheir forheir
their t client clent In the fortytwo districts districtswhich di5trct di5trctwhich districtshich
which w hich have been recounted rounted The he original originalvotes orginal orginalvote originalotes
votes vote v in these fortytwo ort two districts district was wasFor wusFor wasor
For F or Howell Howel 3962 396 for Rolapp 309G 3G a ma majority maority
jority j of 26tf 6 for Howell Howel Tho recount recou t in inthe inthe inhe
the t he same fortytwo districts is Howell Howel
3606 3 6 606 Rolapp U435 43 43 a cut down of thirty thirt thirtfo
five fo f in Howeils Howels majority maJori3 maJori3SUES majoritySUES
G L Puryear PuryerWants Wants Heavy Dam Damages Damages
ages For Injuries InjuriesG
G L Puryear has filed fie an action actionagainst aclon aclonagainst actionagainst
against the Union Pacific Paeifc Railroad Ralroad com company company cornpany ¬
pany for the collection coUecton of JlVOO l J claimed claimedas cialme
as damages damageS for injuries received Dec Decs Declast
4 last s when e he fell el from the top of O a box boxcar boxcar
car near c Devils c I Iel Gate i nnt In Weber r canyon canyonreceiving canyonreceiving y On I
receiving rectiln Injuries which ne claims claimspermanently caims caimsl1ermanent3 ciaimspermanently
permanently l1ermanent3 injured his health Puryear Puryearwas
was employed as brakeman by b the com company compn cornpsnv ¬
pany and his complaint alleges alees that tl0t in inpassing inplslnJ Inpassing
passing plslnJ pn along the top of the train rln he hud huuoccasion hudOcaion budoccasion
occasion Ocaion to pass pas from Crfm one ar to an another anGther anither ¬
other e In doing so he made use USl of the thehandrail tie tiehu1lrai thebaudrail
handrail hu1lrai which proved rocd to be insecurely insecurelyfastened inscurol3 Insecurolyfastened
fastened and aHl broke loose Iooe letting lettng him himfall
fall to the ground He alleges antJ that the thecar thecr thecar I
car cr had not been betn properly inspected Inspecte or orelse orelse orelse
else that the repairs needed neded were not notmade notmade I
made madf as the unsafe unsfe condition conditon of the thehandrail tbehandrai thehandrail
handrail handrai must have been ben so noticeable notceable notceablethat noticeablethat
that it could not have been overlooked overlookedLost overlookedLost
Lost His Thumb ThumbEd ThumbEd
Ed Hales of Hooper was waS in Ogdep yes yesterday yesterday es estera ¬
terday tera and wns obliged oblged to undergo lnrerlo an anoperation anoperaton anoperation
operation operaton amputating amDuttnJ his right thumb thumbThe thumbThe thumbThe
The amputation amputton was the result of on ac accident n nefdcnt accident ¬
cident efdcnt Wednesday Veneday evening when he was wasat WiS WiSat WaSat
at work trimming the limbs from some someapple BOmeapple romeapple
apple trees trccs The axe slipped 51PIJcd striking strikingHales 5trikiflghales tdkinsHale
Hales thumb in such h a mnnner mann r that he hewas hewas hewas
was obliged to suffer tne loss of r the th e mem memtfer mcm1er memer
oblge te
tfer er
Sues For Divorce DivorceMrs DivorceIr DivorceMrs
Mrs Ir Ada Ada Jane Jae JanePeysert Peysert yesterday eterda filed filedan fird firdan filedan
an action acton for divorce from Milton lton S Pey Peycharging Peycharging Peysert
sert charging that he had deserted deerted her herThe l1r l1rThe herThe
The couple were married Oct 7 1S97 181 The Theplaintiff Tl Tlplaintf Theplaintiff
plaintiff plaintf asks that she be allowed alowod to re rt resume
sumc her maiden name Ada da Jane Boo Hoover Boover
ver and that tht her interest in certain prop property property
erty be defined
ert3 deCned i
Ogden Briefs BriefsLorin BriefsLorin
Lorin Farr Far left lef yesterday afternoon afernoon for fora
a trip to southern California CaliforniaThe Caltornil CaltornilThe CaliforniaThe
The annual ball bal of the Ogden lodge of ofElks ofElk ofElks
Elks Elk was w s held last night at tho th Toiler Tolleracademy Toileracademy oler oleraedem
academy academyJ aedem aedemJ
J A Johnson John on of Salt Lake Llte was in Og ¬
den yesterday looking after afer some build building buid buiding building ¬
ing contracts contractsJohn contractO contractOJohn contractsJohn
John and Sol Wheelwright have IIc gone goneto goneto on I Ito
to Denver in the interest Interet of their new newcement newcement flOWcement
cement manufactory manuracto enterprise enterpriseW
W B Duncan who has boon a Witness Witnessin lnPs lnPsin
in the murder trial of William rUla Ilopson Ilopsonreturned Hopsonreturned Ilopsonreturned
returned last night from Logan LoganThe LOdnThe LoaxiThe
The funeral of Alvina vina Marguerite Fly Flygare Ilygare Flygare
gare will wi be held Sunday SUda at 2 p m in inthe inthe inthe
the Fifth FJth ward wa meeting meetig house houseWhat houseYhat houselVhat
What Happened to Jones will be the thebi thebill
bill bi put on this his evening at the Grand Grandopera Grandopera Grandopera
opera house by Harry Harr Corson Clarke and andhis endhis I
his company companyThe companyThe I IThe
The funeral services service ofAlberta ot Alberta Larson Larsonthe Lrson Lrsonthe Larsonthe
the 10monthsold lomonthsold child chid of Mr and Mrs llr
C E Larson Lon will wi be held today at 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock from the residence of Mrs Mr C R
tky 1 t ty 340 30 Eighteenth street streetMrs streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Eliza E a Cluff of Riverdale SO S jears jearsof ears earsof earsof
of age died at her home Wednesday Wednesdayevening Wednesdayevening Vcdnestay Vcdnestayeenln
evening eenln of pneumonia IHmmonla and the th funeral funeralorvle Cuneral8rVlrfs funeralaervle
orvle 8rVlrfs s will wil be lield 11 11 In the Fiist lh pt ward wardmeeting warnmeetng wardmeeting
meeting meetng house Sunday Sunu at 2 oclock oclockJ i
J G Taylor was as the complaining < omplainlnb wit withess vit vitness it itneg
ness neg < In a case against two t Lw WI collectors colectors for forWilliams CorrllRm8 forWilliams
Williams rllRm8 Son yesterday morning morninl Tay ¬ I
lor charged tho two boys bO with wih disturbing
the peace and an the evidence showed that thatthey thatthey II
they tho3 had ha stood stoo on the sidewalk In front frontof trontoC frontof
of his place of business and persistently persistentlyshouted persistenty persistentyshout persistentlyahouted
shouted shout d to him that he should settle his hisbill hi5bi hisbill
bill bi TJie case ce was taken under advise advisement udvlsement advisement ¬
ment until unti this morning morning by b Judge Mur MurPhy Murph Murpl
Phy ph pl j jFor
4 4 4For s
For bread of quality qualty insist on Royal Royalbread Royalbread
bread else your dealer sells sels yvu y u bread breadthat breadthat brealthat
that pays him best Our crown label labelon labelon labelon
on every evey loaf
uth U Utah tah light tght Railway iwtY Company CompanyHolds Compay CompayHolds COmlianYHolds
Holds Annual Anual Meeting MeetgFaral MeetgFaralSttement NeetinPa Partial PartialStatement ± tial tialStatement
Statement Sttement Given GivenAccording GivenAeordin GivenAccording
According Aeordin to reports submitted sutmite at atthe ntthe athe
te the t he annual meeting meetn of the stockhold stockholders stockholde1 ¬
ers e1 e tp ra of the te he Utah Light Railway Raiwa com company cm cmpany cornany ¬
pany p any the the expenditures oxpendlure of the company companyduring companyduring companyuring
da during d uring the past 1a5t year for all purposes purposesaside purposes purposesaide purpolesside
aside aide a from fom maintenance maIntenanc aggregated
I 5273OS958 23089 8 divided into int the aggregted following folong followingccounts
accounts a New construction
ae constructon new newequipment newequipment newquipment
e equipment new buildings buiding for the power powersystem powerSst powerystem
system Sst s m 14S70L06 1870L06 railway ralwa system system7234L9G
7234596 7234 96 city cl electric system 3530349 3530349gas 35424as S3Q4 I
g gas as system 96196 9649 6S496 title tUe account 6 5 I
7 75412 41 miscellaneous miscelanols 51300 30 The he repair rpHir repairnd I
si and ad a aw nd maintenance account is charged chargedwith churged churgedWlth chargedith
1 with w ith 22130923 2213092 but in the report rport given givenout gIven givenut
c out o ut it does not appear whether any anypart an anpart anyart I
I part p art of this large larg sum is included in inthe inthe inhe
J the t he total totl of o 2730S35S 73085p or whether It is isto Iso
to t o be added to that sum SUI making a agrand agrnd arand
grand grnd g rand total of oC4943881 49433881 as the cost costof costf < st stof I
e of o f operating operatng and the installation Instalaton of new newequipments newequlpment5 newqulpmentr
equipments e erection ercton of new buildings buildingsand buildlngnd
t and a nd other improvements mprovement in the railway railwayand rlway railwaynd
and and a nd lighting Ightng systems systemsSo I
So far as the information informaton furnished furnishedfor furnishedor
for f or publication publcdton goes the te public publc is left leftto lef lefto I
t to t o guess gess as a to the receipts receipt of the com company compallY cornariy ¬
j pany p ariy no figures fgures showing the gross gros or ornet ornet oret
3 net n et receipts recelpt from the various lines lnes of ofstreet ofstreet oftreet
street S railway raiway and the electric light lightand lght lghtand lightnd
l and te nd gas plants operated by the com company company cornany ¬
1 pany p any being given So there is no basis basisupon basispon i
1 upon U pon which to figure fgure for the purpose purposeI
of o < f determining whether the company companyhas companhas companyas
has h as made or lost lot money during durng the past pastyear pat patyear pastear
year yearThe yearThe y ear earThe
The companys compan lobbyists lObbyist who are en endeavoring eneavorlng eneavoning ¬
d deavoring to induce the council counci to ex extend extend exend ¬
1 tend t its Is lease of corporate life lfe fifty fiftyyears ffy ffyJcars fiftyears
years y ears beyond eyond the time when its It ille illegally fe fegaiy hhieaily ¬
j gally gaiy g aily consolidated consoldate franchise expires expiresare expiresare
are a re saying that the company is making makingno
no n o money and that It i is necessary for forit forit fort
it i t to raise a large sum by selling a big bigblock bigblock bIglock
1 block b of bonds With the selng receipts rceipts and andexpenditures andexpenditures andxpenditures
expenditures e < of the company made madepublic madepUblc madeublic
public pUblc p eb ublic the councilmen councImen arid an citizens citzens will willbe wi wille
be b e In possession of the facts necessary necessaryto necesary necesaryto
to t o determine the truth of this state statement statement statemeet ¬
ment mentGeneral mentGeneral meetGeneral
General Manager Maagcr R S Campbell Campbel wasaked was wassked
p pc ked concerning concerni the receipts receipt of the thecompany theompan theompany
company c ompan last 1astnlglt night but he declined delned to tomake tomake tomake
make them known knownFollowing knchvnFolowing knOwnFollowing
Following Folowing the reading and ad approval approvalof
of o f the reports r1orts at at the stockholders stockholdersmeeting stockholder stockholdersmeeting
meeting meetng a meeting meetnt of the directors was washeld washeld washeld
held at which the following folowing were wereelected wereelected werelected
elected e officers ofcers for the ensuing year yearPresident yearPresident yearPiesident
President Joseph F Smith first frst vice vicepresident vicepresIdent vicepresident
president presIdent John R Winder second s cond vice vicepresident vicepresident Ice Icepr
president pr sldent Joseph S Wels Wells treasurer treasurerL treaurer treaurerL
L S His Hills auditor autit r G S Gannett sec secretary se seeetary ¬
retary retry r and general manager R S SCampbell SCampbel SCampbeil
Campbell Campbel assistant secretary ecretar Murray MurrayShepherd lurra3
Shepherd general eneral counsel Le Grand GrandYoung GrandYoung GrandYoung
Young executive committee cmmitee Colonel ColonelJohn ColonelJohn ColonelJohn
John R Wander nder chairman J S Wells WellsL Wels WelsL
Burning urng and Looting Lootng of Estates Esttes by a aMob aMob aMob
Mob of Six Si Hundred Huded Des Desperate Desperate ¬
perate perte Russians RussiansLondon RussiansLondon RussiansLondon I
London March 10 lOA A dispatch from fromHieff fromieff
Hieff lef ieff to the Daily Daiy Mail ai says saysAn Baysn saysAn
An n army arm of 300 OO peasants peasant from frm the theOrlovka theOrlovka theOnlovka I
Orlovka district distic is advancing south southwesterly southwesterly ¬
westerly festerI Burning and looting lootng of es estates estates estates ¬
tates is in progress Eighteen estates estateshave estateshave estateshave
have already been sacked The TheMichaeloffsky TheMichaelofsky TheMichaeboffsky
Michaeloffsky Michaelofsky sugar sugr refinery refner belonging
to the Tereschenko Terechenko brothers in the theTchernigonT theTchernlgof theTcheriilgoff
TchernigonT Tchernlgof government has been beenburned beenburned beenburned
burned and all fl the employes have been beenrobbed beenrobbed beenrobbed
robbed of their tlelr belongings b It I Is also alsoreported alsoreported lso lsoreporte
reported reporte that the peasants peasantshae have burned burnedthe burnedUte burnedthe
the Deruignsky refinery retner belonging to tothe tothe tothe
the crown < r A strong 5tron military1 mmt force forcehas forcel forcehas
has l as been b n sent to suppros suppress the rising risingSt risingSt
St St Petersburg Petersburg March larch 9 9Colonel Colonel Pro ProKoulOitsky Po PogoUJitk Progouhiiitsky
KoulOitsky goUJitk governor governUro of the therovihce therovihceor province provinceof
of Kutais Kutals has tyeen 1een 1een the object of an anattempted anattempted anattempted
attempted assassination assassinaton by b two men menat ment mentit
at tit t Sukhem The Te wouldbe riiurderers riiurderersfired t niurderersfired urderer
fired fred six shots from revohen revolvers at the thegovernor te tegovernor thegovernor
governor but he was not struck The Themotive TheJT0tve Themotive
motive JT0tve of the attempt atempt is believed beleved to tohave tohave tohave
have been jx Iltical IlticalLondon political politicalLondon > litical liticalLondon
London March lfarch 10 10he The corerspon corerspondent corerspondent corerspondent
dent at St St Petersburg of the tle Morning MorningPost MorningPost MorningPost
Post rays ys the Minister 1Inlste of the linterior linteriorBouligan Inte1ior Inte1iorBulgan linteriorBouhigan
Bouligan resigned but that the
Bulgan em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror requested him to remain in of office oCtce ofliec ¬
fice tce and that he consented to t retain retainthe
the portfolio prfolo temporarily I I
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younger Money one back c if i not satis satisfactory sa satisfactory s sactorJ ¬
factory i 50 5 cents cent Book Free Ad Address Adi AddressTlicS d ddress ¬
dress dressTlicS The S R Foil Co Cleveland ClevelandFor C1evelondO C1evelondOFor ClevelandO ClevelandOFor
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Consult County Clerk or the respective respectivesigners rpotye rpotyest respectiveSigners
signers st ner for further frther iformaton iformatonIX information informationIX
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county eount county ¬
ty t state of Utah tiah In the matter mater of the theestate theestate theestate
estate of Joseph S Hess Hes deceased deceasedNotice deceasedNoUceTbe deceasedNoticeThe
Notice NoUceTbe The petition ptton of Mrs 1n Sarah SarahHess Sarh SarhHes SarahHess
Hess Hes praying pring for the Issuance isuance to herself herselfof herel
of letters leter of administration administrton to the estate estateof etate etateor estateof
of Joseph F Hess Heg deceased deceged has been set setfor setfor setfor
for hearing hearnz on Saturday SaturdaJ the 18th day da of ofMarch orMarch ofMarch
March A D 1905 0 at 10 0 oclock ocock a m at attho atto atthe
the to county count court house In the court room roomof roomof roomof
of said court curt In Salt Lake Llte City Cf Salt Sal Lake Lakei Lakecount Lakecounty
i county count Utah UtahWitness llah llahViness UtahWitness
Witness Viness the Ue clork of said court courtSeal courtSea1 courtSeal
Seal Sea1 with wih the seal sel thereof affixed affixe this this4th thl thl4th this4th
4th day of March A D 1905 1905J I IJ 0
J U ELDRBDGE ELDRDGE JR Clerk ClerkBy Clerk ClerkBy
By W H Farnsworth F rnsorth Deputy Doput3 Clerk ClerkStephens ClerkStephons ClerkStephens
Stephens Smith Attorneys Atornc1s for Pe Petitioner Petitoner Fetltioner ¬
titioner titionerTHE titoner
Notce NotceTHE Notice NoticeTHE
of the undersigned uIdersined club will wi remain remainfJ remainclosed
closed S this h spring from Feb O 15 5 to March
15 fJ 19Q5 durfnsr u nlh nlhroim the roim roimO time the h 5s state s larc larcperits law lawpermits
permits perits duck shooting shootn All persons Deron are arewarned arewarne arewarnezl
warned warne not to trespass or shoot upon said saidgrounds saidgrounds saidgrounds
grounds groundsBear groundsBear groundsBear
Bear River Duck CIuo CIuoJ
J D KENDALL KENDAL President PresidentJAY PesidentJAY PuesidenLJAY
JAY T HARRIS Secy Se SeDelnquent SecyDelinquent i iDelinquent
Delinquent Delnquent Notice NoticeMAYFLOWER NoticeMA NoticeMAYFLOWER
principal alace of business 207 Progress Progressbuilding Progressbuiding Progressbuilding
building buiding Sal Salt Lake Iae City Cit Utah Notice NoticeThere Xotce XotceThere NoticeThere
There are delinquent delnquent uaon the following folowing
described stock on account of assess assessment assessmtnt assessment ¬
ment mtnt No 11 1 of ic c per share levied leyie on onFebruary onFebruary onFebruary
February 4th 1905 19 the several severl amounts amountsset amountssot
set opposite opvosIe the names name of the respective respectiveshareholders repectht respectiveshareholders
shareholders as a follows followsNo folows folowsNo followsNo
No of No 10 of Amt AmtName Amt AnitName
Name ame Cert Cert Shares Duo DuoAaron Du DuAaron
Aaron Edward 240 46 6 2000 1 1500 1500Aaron 500 500Aaron 5 I
Aaron Edward 474 2116 16 529 529Butts 52 5 20 20Butts
Butts Butt J N 440 4000 40 1000 1000Butts J 3000Butts 0
Butts Butt J N 477 4 4232 4 1058 1058Anderson 10 55 55Anderson
Anderson Anderon A B 299 9 S60 O 1 1Andero 25 25Anderson 20Anderson
Anderson Andero A B 482 s 529 i 1 1Chion 3S 3SChilton
Chilton Chion Jacob acob 177 Ii 1 IO00 f < MX 23 2 W WChllton 111 111Chihton I
Chllton Chiton Jacob 471 47 10690 10i 28 45 45Doscher 45Doscher 4sDoseher
Doscher H W r 412 33600 li 2375 2375Doscher 2 20 73 73Doacher
Doscher H W Y 4S9 S 12147 121i 30 37 37Enlinger ll
Enlinger S 4 41 45 5 1500 15 375 375Enlincer 31 3 73 73Enlinger I
Enlincer EUnser S 4EK i51 c 1587 1587Evans i ii 97 97Evans
Evans A J 4 441 3250 32 3 S 13 13Evans 1 1Evan 1Evans
Evans Evan A J 1 470 4j 343S 4 4S S SKendall 0 41 41Kendall
Kendall Kendal Eli El 442 4 750 7i 18 87 87Kendnl 1 1Kendall
Kendall Kendnl Ell El 460 o 7 7Klrkwood 7935 19 98 51 51I
Klrkwood Fred 277 1000 O 250 250Kirkwood 1 St StKlrkwood I
Kirkwood Krkwoo Fred red 4SO S lOBS 10 2 S5 S5Lewis t
Lewis Henry H nr 444 li000 1i 1 2500 2500Lewis 20 20Lewis I
Lewis Henry HeD 479 1 Iii 1S0 8SO 26 6 45 45Neuer i
Neuer Ernest Ermot 24S s l 1t 1000 00 2 254 254Neuer SO SONeuer 1 4
Neuer Ernest Eret 4t 4 475 3C58 V 25 25Peirce 2 2Peirce
Peirce E E H S17 1000 10 2 50 50Peirce StPeirce
Peirce E H 4S4 S 1058 0 2 65 65Rooney SiRooney
Rooney RooncJ James Jame 47 1500 1500Rooney 15 3 3Roone 71 71Rooney
Rooney Roone James J nes ITS 1 SttW 1 1Rooney It r l lRooney
Rooney Rool James Jame 455 4 50 687 687Rockhill 68 17 1 li liRockhill
Rockhill Rockhi A B 113 MOOO 1 25 00 00Rockhlll 01Rockhihl
Rockhlll Rockhi A B 123 5000 50 12 12Rockhill 1 r 51 51Rockhill
Rockhill A B 450 4 2500 25 G GRockhlll GRockhl
Rockhlll Rockhl A B 462 46 35515 1 I5 4C 4t 29 29Ross ZRoss I
Ross S W 44S 44 2000 500 500Ross S 01 01Ros
Ros S W V 465 2116 16 529 529Rolfs 5 Z ZRolfe
Rolfe William ihun 430 43 1000 10 100 250 250Rolfe 54 54Rolfe
Rolfe Role William 401 1060 2 2Sabey 6 6Sabey
Sabey Sabe W Y M 1 292 2g 5000 0 12 12Sabey 54 54Sabey
Sabey Sao W M 1 473 47 5280 5280Steele 52 15 15Steele
Steele St > ele R E 452 46 10000 10000Steele 00 25 00 00Steele 0
Steele R E 451 30S8 0 0 0Smith 45 45Smih
Smith Smih Joseph J 311 3030 3030i 10 2 i 54 54Smith
i Smith Joseph J 4SS 4 4 1JKS 1JKSWebb lt 1j > 2 II IIWebb
Webb Thomas 447 XOOO XOOOWebb zO 0 0Webb
Webb ebb Thomas 46S 41 3174 374 794 794Wootten 7 W Wooten 9 9Wootten
Wootten ooten J H 4BST 43 2500 500 625 625Wootten 6 2 2Woottea I IVootten
Wootten J II 461 2C4S 2545Wing C 6 62 62Wins
Wins Ing Mrs Irs Rachel 4e C G014 6014 14 15 15Wing 5 5Ylng 9S 9SWInsr
Wing Mrs 1s Rachel Rchel 488 41 4 6014 601 15 9 02 02Wing t J JWing
Wing Ing John 446 500 5 125 125Wing 1 1V 2 2Wing
Wing V I ng John 488 48 520 1 1 38 38And 5 5And
And An in accordance with law and an or order ordfr order ¬
der dfr of the board of directors made an on the the4th the4h thi4th
4th 4h day da of February ebrar 1905 0 so many shares sharesof 3 3of
of each aarcel Irel of such stock as may mo be benecessary beneeessa b S Snecessary
necessary neeessa wi rill bt bC bes sold at public publi auction auctionat aucton auctonat C Cat
at the office oCfce of the company compn SK Progress Progressbuilding Proge Progebundin 5 5building
building bundin Salt Lake Lak City Utah on Sat Saturday Sat Saturla Saturlay ¬
urday urla the th 25th 2th day da of March 1905 19 at atocock atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock ocock p m to pay p the delinquent < as assessment asf assesment ¬
sessment f sm nt thereon together with the costs costsof cots cotsuf costof
of advertising adertslng and expense of sne sneJOHN sle sleJOHN aaleJOHN
II H i
3 t 6000 Pairs of Ladies mens mensBoys
+ + Boys and Childrens ChildrensHOSE hidrens hidrensShoes 14 14I I I
I Shoes Shoesat at naif Utrke Price I
i I IHOfE2000
+ HOSE HOfE2000 1IOSE2000 2000 pairs of ladies Ja ics boys minses miH5 s and chil childrens childrens 11 ¬ I I I
drens Stockings Stockinls I 9Lf
+ 4 regular 25c a pair iu2v iu2vLAWNS 12c L 2 4 I
t LAWNS LA LAWNSNew rNSNew New Lawns and Cuullies Clale prettiest pretiest assort assortment assortment assortment ¬ 1
ment in I the city Sold everywhere eveTjere every1iereat 4if
at 8 l3c yard Tstl TstlDENIMS 4 4tJ 4tJDENIMS36i
DENIMS DENIMS36i 36i inch ART DENIMS light and dark
DENIMs6llno DENIS lght dak fig figured fg fgured figtired ¬
ured and plain material materialalways 15c 1 Rf
always 35ca yard yardFLANNELETTEDouble yardFLANNELETTEDouble XUv XUvFLANNELETTE
FLANNELETTE FLANNELETTEDouble FLANNELETTEDouble Double width fast colored flannel flannelette fanel fanell flannelette ¬
ette sold l all a l the t season at t 15c and andiSe 18c a Qi Qiyard 9 flesyard
c cGINGHSSeerucJer
yard vlr vlrGINGHAMS I
4 GINGHAMS GINGHSSeerucJer GINGHAMSSeersuciLer Seersucker Ginghams 28 inches Inche wide wideguaranteed wJdet
4 guaranteed t lOc 7f 7nquality
quality 7 I l lMUSLIN c cMUSLINSoft ti tiMUSLINSoft
MUSLIN MUSLINSoft Soft finished fnished bleached Muslin Musln 7
The The best lOc quality qualt in the city ciy ciyPERCALES10e l lPERCALES c U UPERCALESlOc
PERCALES PERCALES10e PERCALESlOc lOc fast colored wash washPercal ftJLn
Percalp3 Percal te 3 Uiw UiwALL J4t7 4 4ALL 14 14ALL
1NfW r 3 3V
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Test us by your spring suit All the latest cuts styles stylesand stylesand stylesand
and kinks are hi here ere 750 750suits suits and suits all the the way wayalong way wayalong wayalong i
along to 30 The best of Hats and Furnishings at the thelowest thelowest thelowest i
lowest prices pricesW We e trust trust that we shall have ha ve the te pleasure pleasureof I I
of serving you this season < v N N v vBARTON I IBARTON I IBARTON4
6 TO ALL EI14547 Mai M i I
LEGAL LEGALDelnquent LEGALDellnquentNotice
DelinquentNotice DelinquentNoticetWEST Delnquent otie
co company eomp c a corporation corportorPIIPal Pouilpal place placeof pla plaot placef
of o f business busness Salt Sa1 Iake City Cfy Utah Notice NoticeThere NottreTherp NoticeThere
There are delinquent delnquent upon the th following flowirigescribed
described d stock soc on account acountoC of assessment assessmentNo ssscasrnenLNo Smln
No 6 levied Jan IS 18 1 380 1 the th several severalamounts erl erlamount evera everamounts
amounts amount a set opposite oppste tho names nr < s of the therespective therR tueespective
respective r shareholders as follows
rR fOlows fOlowsCert
No NoCert NoCert ceuve
Cert Cert Name Namt Chores lre Amt AmtG
6 John Campbell Cmpbll JSufitf U0O 575 t
33 3 Das Da Welskopf Wekopt 73OOiO I0tJ < 1 5W S ll 5
43 4 M S Kahn I ahn 3 ie0 W 5
64 Jos H H Myers M3 er r38K J8 iil > 500 500S 50 5 Il
S 5 Max la B Bhr Bohr hr 3000 1 5 50 oo
61 San Rubens 2JB 3000 10 00 00
68 Richard A Keyes Keye 1000 500 5 50 50tI O
tI 1 Richard A A K Kee Keyes yes 3000 10 1 5 W l lRIchard
63 Richard A Kcyes cyees 3000 5 50 iw iwGti
Gti 6 Ricfmrd Rlcfmr A Keyes 3WO 5 50 oo 5
67 6 Richard Rchnd A Keyes IftJO 1 5 00 0 t tbS
65 6 Richard Rleha d A Keyes Keye1 KeyesLQOO 3800 5 500 W 0
60 I tI Richard Rlclard A Keyes 1050 1 t W lJ CS CSTe
TO Rchard RIhar A Keyes I ees 30 IOIIS 5 W O
71 7 RIchard Rchard A A Rees 1 sOD 3 SO 5
75 7 5 W T C C Thompson 300 LO I 500 50 5 5 00
76 John W Yo Heals Bels 1000 5W 5 0
81 8 Max f Behr 1OI 300ft 5W 5 0
S3 S Jessie Jeie Chez Che 1t oflu i 2 2t >
S6 SI Louis Lus D McCracken IcCrcken 3000 1 5 W
300 10 Al A Raines Raine 1000 1 500 5 ll
104 M Carl Axtman HO 2 50 54
105 10 Chas Chas Hack SN M 15 S
107 0 J H Tomlln Tomln 500 2 290
i 117 1i II Horatio Horato C Sexton I 500 250
326 Charles Chale Tobias 3000 I 1 5
327 l Charles Clarlc Tobias 10 3000 5
328 1 Charles Charle Tobias 10 30M i 5 00
329 1 Charles Tobias 3000 1 10 5 00
330 1 Charles Charle Tobias 3009 5 00
331 31 Charles Tobias 0
Charle 1000 500 5 00
352 3 Charles Charle Tobias 1000 10 800 i 00
133 13 Charles Charle Tobias Tobln 3GQ9 10 10 500 5 00
134 Charles Tobias
13 Charle 1JK 5 00
336 13 Charles Charle Tobias 3JX 1 500 i 00
34S 14 Abe Amfield Amfeld 1J W 1 3 > 259 2 H
345 H Robert M Eisner 3WSJ 5 00
353 5 Henry Henr3 Cooper 1CH0 O 5W 5 40
161 16 J Goetz 1Q jm jo 3600
364 1 Gabc Greenwald i4 0 250 2
200 2 A H l Shorten 3flOO i > 5 500 6
201 21 A H Shorten 1000 101 5 00
208 28 Lewis Huller Huler 10 10Ss 500 00
213 3 George Geore Commlngs Commlng SW J 2 S6
234 H D K Welskopf 500 250 250J 2 50
I 222 ° J Joseph Chez 25t 5 35 1 1Joseph 15
2 12 Joseph Oberndorfer 30p a S 00
j 233 33 Joseph Oberndorfer l 1100 O CO 5 W
234 2 Joseph Oberndorfer 31QO l 1 5 00
235 Joseph Oberndorfer 3i60 11 500 5 011
236 Joseph Oberndorfer 3000 10 5 W 4102i7
237 Joseph Oberndorfer ObErndorter 3ftOO 1 60 6023S
23S Joseph Oberndorfer Oberdorter 3000 10 a 00
239 Joseph Oborndorfer 4K 2 00
249 49 Joseph Oberndorfer Oberdorter IWO LM 5 oft
250 2 Joseph Joslph Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 00
251 21 Joseph Oberndorfer 3003 10 5 00
252 62 Joseph Oberndorfer 1 9 0 5 Off
263 1 Joseph Oberndorfer 3000 10 5 00 I
254 2 Joseph 3 Oberndorf r 30H lJ E 1 00 < v
255 5 Joseph J < Eph Oberndorfer 1W9 1 bY 5 C < 0 I
266 2 6 Joseph J osepl Oberndorfer 3 18 j50o 0 5 5Z
257 Z 23 Joseph JOteph Oberndorfer Oberndorer lj lJ i0 < 0 5 500 00
255 2 Jos Oberndorfer 3600 6 500 00
253 2 Jos Oberndorfer Oberndorferiyj 3000 0 500
260 26 Jos os Oberndorfer Oberdorer 3tOO 11 Sou
261 Jos Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 tfj tfjSS2 tJ
SS2 3 Jos JOB Oberndorfer Oberdorfer 4000 0 500 5 00
263 Jos Oberndorfer 1090 5 00
264 Jos Oberndorfer 1COO 10 500 5 xi
265 26 JOB Oberndorfer IMO 11 5 W lJ lJJo
266 Jos Jo Oberndorfer 3000 6 5 C us
267 6 67 Jos Oberndorfer 3JCO 1 5 00
26 268 Jos Oberndorfer 3 1000 0o 5 oo
269 Jos Oberndorfer Obfrndorfer 3COO lxj 0 5 00
270 20 Jos Oberndorfer 3000 10 5 W 5 J JJos
271 Jos Jos Oberndorfer lQoe O 500
272 22 Jos Obemdorfer Oberdorfer 3SX II 5 00 ti
273 Jos Oberndorfer 3000 10 500 us
256 26 L H HaIler Haler MO f 250 2502S9 2 ft
2S9 2 Schiff Solomon 3000 1O 500 5
231 1 Estelle Estele V V Collier Coler LeO 10 500 500And 5 xi xiAiid
And A d in accordance with wIh law 18 wand and an or order order ¬
der of the board of 0 directors directo made Jan Jansuch Janis
18 is 1 1905 so many shaes shares of each parcel ot otsuch ofsuch
such stock as may ma be n oessary esat will wil be besold
sold at the companys compan s ofcc of e Ml i McCor McCornick McCornick
nick block Salt Lake City Jtah toi on the the38th the38th the10th
38th day of March lOOn 1 at t 30 0 a m to topay topay inpay
pay the delinquent deInquent assessments ssesments hereon iliercontogether thereontogether hereontozcther
together tozcther with wih costs cots of advertising and andexpense andcpense andexpense
expense of sale
cpense saleE
E H 1L MEAD Secretary Secretr
Office 514 51 McCornick McCor ick Block BlockDelinquent BlockDelnquent BlockDelinquent
Delinquent Delnquent Notice NoticeTHE Notce NotceTHE I
pany of Sevler county count Utah Notice Xotce
There are delinquent delnqtent upon the following fOlllng
described decribed stock on account of assessment assessmentlevied asessment asessmentleled assesamenilevied L
levied on the 1st l t day da of February 1S05 1S05the 105the 5
the several sev ra amounts amount set opposite the thenames tle tlenames tinnames
names follows folows of the respective repecthe sharehOlders shareh lder as asfollows asfolows a afollows
Amt Amt of ofNo ofXo 01 t tNo
No No Assess ASSOSSCert AssessCent S8Q
Cert Name Shares Share meat ment meatT
I 3 T G Vimmer 10000 100 55000 5 5 50 0 0I
5 I R S Wimmer Immer 5000 0 25 5 00 0
I 17 1 John H Anderson Anderon 10 l6M 10000 e 5 5 50 00 41 41I
39 C H McMahon 1000 50 2500 25 41 I
21 2 H C Edwards 5000 O 2500 I
28 2 O Hemmenway 5000 50 28 0 0
24 James Jame Lewis 5000 iI 2500 25 0
26 W V L WImmer 5000 50 2500 41
27 2 T G Wlmmer jr S fi 5000 CO 25 06 0
30 3 3 Chris Jensen 2800 e 1400 10 41
31 V V Morris Mor s 2 2500 80 3250 I 5
32 V V Morris lorri 2 2400 00 3 13 13H
33 3 J II AVells Veis 5 500 2
34 J H Wells Yels 500 5 2 5
36 3 J H IL Wells VeIl 509 510 S 2 5 5I
I 36 u 6 J j H H Wells Wels MO r 2 5
37 J H Wells VeIs 5 e 5410 2 5 11
35 a J H Wells Ycll v i SCO 259 259SO = H HJ 5 5l 3
SO l J H Wells Vela 5800 5 25 2 S
40 0 J H Wels We s l 1 0 5f i a fJ fJJ 41 41J
41 J II Wells els 1 1400 0 5W i
42 4 William iiRm H Wells Ttls 50W 50 2500 S 0
43 H AV Y Ramloso u 35W M 41
44 1 William Imam H Wells cHs SCO 260 g
45 4 William nlam H Wells Wcls eiis LM9 lt 600 6 0
46 William Yflam H Wells Wels 2009 O 1 0 00 0 0
47 7 B B H Hopkins 10000 100 5 i 00 o 0
48 J M L BelHngsley elngley 28000 20 300 10 W WAnd 5 5ni 5
And ni in accordance accordanc with wih the law lw and andorder ass assorder
order of the the board blrd of directors flrctor made Jd an anthe onthp ei eithe
the 3st st day da day of February Februar IMS 1 so many manyshares manrshart r
shares shart of each < parcel of said stock sok as asmay a amay S rS
may b be neCftfU necessary wtli in bi be 101t sold at Ule UleotP Ui Uiolfiec
office otP olfiec of the eoiiipany < Ohajany No 22S Commercial Commel CommelIub Comm0tcbib
Club bib block bloCk Sat Lake lake City Cf Utah on the theto Us25th
25th th day of March 1 1505 at 1 odok ociock p m mto asto
to pay delinquent dtnquent assessment a5ement together togetherwith tOletber tOletberwih togethewith
with wih cost of advertising advertsln and expense xpe of orsale o osale
Secr Secretary tr Blue Eagle FAI Mining ining Company Compn of ofSevier o oSevier
Sevier County Count Utah UtahSalt rtahSal
Salt Sal Lake City Cit Utah March Jarcl 4 3 lf lfDelinquent I5 fi
Delinquent Notice NoticeSILVER NticeSILVER NoticeSILVISII
lag InS company ompan a corporation ccrlortQu Principa Principaplace Ptinclal Ptinclalpla Principaplace
place pla < e of business Salt al Lake Lke City Cll Utah UtahNotice rth rthNotceThere UtahNoticeThere
Notice NotceThere NoticeThere There are ar delinquent dtUnquent noon unn the thefo1owins iii iiifollowing
following fo1owins described ecrlbc stock stok on account aCollt o oassessment of ofa osastsemesit
assessment a menl No 32 12 levied J d January amary 3 1 o
19 1396 the several amounts set > ppo pJhit ppiciIte lte < the thcname th thnames
names name of the respe rep respetive tivo lv shareholders 1haelidtr rs as asfollows asColos a afollows
follows followsCertlf Colos ColosCrtf followsCrttf
Certlf Crtf Name XamE Shars Shar Amt Amt2S mt
2S John Btsrleiph BUrlei h SCO 5 7 > l I IW
W 73 John Brentel 2410 U 14 J
1204 I II B B Cole J lJO < 13 1 410 H H3S3 i
3S3 E R CabanskI 5 WJ < K 7 Tl0ty 11 I IOO
1092 E R Cabanski 560 ijO89i 7 I
835 E R CabanskI 20 0 7 5 5 >
627 Adolph Dryer Xflirt P000 4S 4 ou 1 U I
1265 Frank J Dorger ii Z SII 9 4
22 R Forrester iftl iftlITS 7 5 J
ITS R Forrester 1000 15 J J2a 5i U i I
257 2a Mrs lrs Ella A A Goldlng GoldlngOO 3BO 0 3 3001 0 0l6G
1266 u Nellie F Keorh Keo h 1000 0 00 90 O < KK
473 Wm I Levy lffi 100 3500 350064C 1 Is 00 0 0
64C 6 Wm Tm I Levy Lev 1WO 1 100 15 w 0 I
1077 077 Davis Liehtensteln 6SS e 9 37 3793S
938 Wm Levy 1000 1 15 Ic12G1 w II I
1261 J W V V Laughley 5 7i 7ii4 4
4 i4 Chas Mayer Iay < r LWP 1 1 W fl flo O
937 1 o ChaS Mayer l 1000 X 35 1 fill i iJW 1 i
JW D S Murray JLWOU 1 11 J W tll C Cii I
385 ii D S Murray Iurra JOII > 35 I l lS86 Cf54i I
S86 D S Murray Iurra 1 10110 X > 35 11 I < > I
997 00 D S Murray I IfOO W > 35 1 tll tlli C
5 i Is S L Solomon 30 LJII W 35 150 150i3 5 O OSa lIIl <
Sa M 1 Silber SW t 0C SOW 30 3 l U5t C Cs
533 s = W V H Tobias 3W 35 I II t i
61 AV H Tobias Xu J I 3
934 W H Tobias 5v SuO < 750 50
742 74 Chas Tobias niJI 5000 7 a W W7S4 t t0l 4
7S4 Chas has Tobias nu 2 i 30lll 3 Otf 4O
1213 121 Chas has Trumbull SCO 7 bO iItJ9ffi 0
957 o W V E Ii Whit Vhite 000 1500 15 00 00L 5
1267 L 61 Frank J Specker 24W 2 a7 17 3 W a 0 >
3294 R E Miller 2000 OO 30 30H 00
130 3f > 4 H S Joseph BOO i 2 ii
3337 W V J 1 Browning j 100 0 033S2 50
33S2 W Y J Browning aOJ i 50
1399 Jos Oberndorfer 3000 000 45 4 Oj IJ 4 4hO >
1400 hO Julius Joseph iOCO OOO SOW SOWand 0 00 00and 4 4and
and in accordance with law and an order orderof orderof ord ordof
of the board of directors made January January30th JanuaryOth Januar Januar50th
30th 3903 9 so many shares of each parcel parceli parc parcei ei eiof
of such stock as may be necessary will be be5oId t tsold
sold at the company s office 514 McCor McCoinick rcCornick
nick block Salt Lake City Cit Utah on onMarch onlarch o oMarch
March 23rd 3905 at 10 a m to pay ay de delinquent de delinquent ds ¬
linquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetbetwith togeth togethr r
with costs of advertising and expense or orsxlc orsale C Csale r
R B H MEAD Aast Secretary SecretaryOffice SecrctaryOf SecretaryOffiee514
Office Of Offiee514 ief 514 McCornick block blockAssessment blockAssessment blockAssessment
Assessment No 12 12WABASH 12WABASH 12WABASH
c1pa1 place of business Salt Lake CIty CItyCtah CIt CItUtah
Utah Notice is hereby given that at atmeeting a I Imeetlng
meeting of the board of directors held on onthe onthe o othe
the 24th day of February 1905 i90 an as assessment a asessnient
sessment ol o five cents 5c c per share sharewas sharewas sharwas B
was levied on the capital stock of the thecorporation th B ecorporation
corporation payable on cr before the 21th 21thday ZR ZRday i1
day of March 1905 to W Mont Ferry Ferr Ferrs FerrlsDeretar
secretary s at room 521 Atlas block West i iSecond
Second South street Salt Lake City CityUtah Cit I IUtah I
Utah Any stock upon T1hich this 35503 1 1meat
ment may remain unpaid on the 27th assessj day dayot da daof C
of March 1905 will be delinquent and andadvertfsed an anadvertised
advertised for sale at public auction auctionpav I Iand
and unless payment is made before auctionf wJ1 wJ1be if ifbe
be sold on the 17th day or April 1005 to topav 1 0 0pay B
pav the delinquent assessment sessment together togetherjtvith r3v1th r
jtvith 1 h the t cost costoCot of advertising and expense expensef efssl e
fssl a a3JkLt
f 3JkLt ff MNT l FERRY FERRY Secr Secrtary Secrtaryncatiotl tary tarycati
ncatiotl cati m ofo oftlce No 5l Atlas block C
Salt f5 U Lake L k ie City CIt Utah Ut h 1 1
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W W Biter President PresidentEllus
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Ellus A Smith Cashier
I L 3 Hills John R Barnes John C Cutler
Cutler C utler David Eccles A W Carlson
George Roraney Jo Jou n R Winder Reed
Smoot E R JSldredse W F James JamesFour JaUICFour
Four per cent Interest paid on saving savingseposits
deposits d epositsATI9NA
PRANK KNOX President
W F ADAMS Cashier CashierCAPITAX
Banking In all Its branches tranaacted
Exchange drawn on the principal cities
of Europe EuropeINTEREST
L S HILLS President
H S YOUNG Cashier
E S HILLS Assistant Cashier CashierIT
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JOSEPH K SMITH President PresidentWILLIAM PresidentWILLIAM
Accounts Solicited Special attention to tocountry tocountry
country trade Correspondence Invited InvitedBANKERS invitedWkLKER
Established 1S59 1S59Capital i8Z19Capital
Capital and Surplus Surolus250OQOOO
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent RentTravelers RentTravelers
Travelers Letters of Credit Issue IssueEstaolisned issuetao1ished
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buys one and is not satisfied after afterfollowing afterfollowing
following our instructions for thirty thirtydays thlrtdays
days can have his money back bacfco backNo
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