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THE rui SALT LAKE LAJ I HERALD THURSDAY Y APRIL PRII 13 1905 190 r
r HERALD HERALDSPORTSI SPORTS 1
GlMLiN TALKS TALKSON TALKSON
ON BASEBALL BASEBALLSays
Says Ogden Will Be There Good and andStrong andStrong
1
Strong StrongCAPTURES StrongCAPTURES
CAPTURES FIRST BASEMAN BASEMANKIDNAPS
KIDNAPS WALL ALL ON HIS WAY TO TOCOLORADO TOCOLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS SPRINGSDad
Dad Gimlin manager of or tn the Ogden Ogden OgdenlJball
Laball team dropped in town yester yesterday yesterda
day da and talked a little baseball ba eball He U said saidthut
that Suit Lake fans need not worry about aboutOgJplI
Ogdfii as the Junction City would be beuwiy beawtY
awtY up In the front ranks this season afKn afKnU
an U urji J 1 anyone a who thought the
wrrc vcrt dead o ones had another think com
Ing Ingiirnlin ingliimUn
iirnlin came on the same train with ith a
ijr 11rt > t baseman named Wall Wall was
n liis hi way to Colorado Springs from
Ios I < s Angeles 11 Keles where he had signed to play
this itasnn < i80n < Just how Gimlin knew Wall VallS
W < K roming through is not known Some
say E1 hr went out on the Southern Pacific Pact ftc
t m < < t him and talked to him until he
rvalwd Salt Lake with the final result ro ult
that Wall signed an Ogden contract and
Will K goo gi < to t tt Ogden this morning as a mem
lfr of the Ogden team teamHmUn
ximlin also did a little business with withuff
CharJip harJii uff Beilly anti an the result r 8ult was that
Lnmtty change catcher and Bowman BowmancutflcldT Bowmann11tfiIjpr
cutflcldT will wear red Lobster uniforms
this year yearJust
Just who else Gimlin has in si sIght ht the theWI thewis
WI wis vj > t old dog would not state but it Is h hif
si1 if to say that when hen he plays his first flr t tgamp
gamp against the Elders the latter ag a
gregration will know they have been play
ing ball Ogden has got a late start over
the other teams but now that they are
in l the field fans can expect to hear hearnews
news from the Junction City Cityif
if ifFrom CFrom
From Boise comes the information that
the th Fruit Pickers have not been Idle the thepast thePait thepdt
past few weeks Jimmy Climes a speedy sl > > eedy eedyaJifornla
California < youngster is the latest ad
dltion to the Boise team teamS and he is IstOllt
tout d < 1 as a good one He Ilei8 is to be used usedan Utiedas useda
an a a J t general utility man manIan manDan manIan
Ian McFferlane and Kellackey are two
Boise players who are reported as doing
pool gO work up there this year in practice
K Kdlaekey lackey is slated for or first and McFar V
lane will again do the pitching pitchingFrank pitchingif
if ifFrank 5 5Frank
Frank H Plaisted a former Salt Lake
bov lm h and well w > U known in this city as a
ITomiiunt lromint > nt official of the Short Line Lin has
hr hln n elected president pre ldent of the Boise Base Basei Base1all
ball dub Iub Plaisted Is an enthusiastic
fan and stands well with the baseball
triple in Boise as well as elsewhere on
tlif circuit drcuitHIGH
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GIRLSWILL GIRLSWILl
WILL WILLPLAY PLAY BASEBALL BASEBALLNew
New York Ai April rli 12 12A A baseball team teamnmpmtfd
teamV
composed < of girls Is in process prO < e8s of forma V
tion among the students of Erasmus Era mus Hall
High school 8 < h 00 I in Flatbuah Flatbu lh Brooklyn
The fair t air ir athletes of this institution institutionclalm
claim to have been bf > en the first to wear the
dividni skirt while playing basket ball ballantl balland bailV
and later introduced the rational gym gymV ym ymt1slum V
rifisium costume bloomers and all Now Nowth Nowthr V
they th thr assert themselves as the first to still I I
further > r invade the realm of masculine masculineFport masculineM I
A Fport
I
A ball somewhat lighter than the resu re u
la11on and bats of much lighter weight weightwlll weightwill V I
will be bt > employed The girls will practice practicethr practicethree
thr t three hrpf < > times a week and are hoping for a athrilVnge adilKf athtIiige
thrilVnge dilKf > In the ii Jwar ar futur The Th idea ideau aV V
u J luartily htartn approved b lw > g the faculty facultyPACIFIC facult facultPACIFIC
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
I
San Francisco Jo rancl co April 12 lThe The locals lo lost lostSPlffl4114 t tFplemlld
Fplemlld opportunities ov > OrtuniUfS to score in the theenIIth
seventh and eighth innings and allowed allowed1acnrna i
Tucoma to take the honors by In four runs I
to IMC ne Frisco scored in the seventh seventhand s > vtnth vtnthanll I
and had three men on bases when Miller Millerwho lI1Uerwhl Millerwho
who had d butted a slow one to first
kicked the betH outside the foul line
Ther were re two outs and Millers made
the t hI third The Friscos suffered more
hard luck in the eighth eh hth when with one oneman oneJna oneSian
man Jna n out and three on bases the aide WHS WHSretired WMSTPtlll1 wa I Iretlret
retired on a rae double play by Tacoma
Score 8 < 0 If
R H B
Tacoma 4 S 1 1
San I1 ritei0ft neJ < 1 4 I
Ba BattfrI Bttprjeef tr > ri 8 Keefe and Graham Miller Millerand MlIlerI
V Vand
and Wilson WU o Umpire UmpireKlopf UmpireKlopfOakland VrnplreKlopfOakLand Klopf KlopfOakland
I
Oakland AiMll > rll It ItIt It required sixteen > n
I innings Jnnl to decide th ths > game Rme between Port ¬
land and Oakland the northerners final ¬
ly winning by a score of 2 to t 2 The game srameoccupied ame ameoccupied u uoccupied
occupied nearly thr three hours hou and the keel laatinning IfttInnlnK keelInning
inning was played in the dusk duokT dUlkoe duskb
T b > score oe w was III tied in the seventh IEvt > nth in in4T int
4T t and neither side could attain score scorei MorePortland seor seorilW I
ilW i l Portland bunched < l enough hits in inthe Inthe Icthe
the sixteenth slxte mth to gain the run that won wonthe wontbe woethe
the contest contestGraham eonte contestGraham t tGraham
Graham oitch oJtchfd d throughout the game gamefor gamefor iametor
for Oakland and t was n not ° t until the last lastinning lastInnln ls lsC
C inning Innln < < that Oarviu nar i relieved Esetek of the thePortlands thePortlands
Portlands Thescore Thescoref The eore eore4l
f R H E I
Portland u 1 L 3 li i2OaJeisd 8 8OaXtaBd grVin
OaXtaBd 7 > 2 IB IBBatttrtae ICBattrieaGarcin
Batttrtae BattrieaGarcin = Garvin rVin Vind tnd ndi McLean L Graham GrahartaajidcMurray1ireDavis
V taajidcMurray1ireDavis taajidcMurray1ireDavisGOES jMrMcMurray UiApire r el p Davia DaviaGOES Vii ViiGOES
GOES FAST FASTQUARTEE FASTQUARTEEDr QUARTER QUARTERDr
Dr Leggo Clips Fourth of a Second Secondfrom Secondfrom I Ifrom
from California Record Go Going Going Going ¬
ing Mile in 142y2 142y2San 1 42lj2 42lj2Sn
San Francisco Fran lsco April 12 1Dr l > r Leggo Leggobroke Leggo1r Leggebroke
1r broke another record r ord by clipping a quar quartMTaf quart
t tMTaf ioc er t a s second cond from the California ree recyards reeQlId reecjgL
t QlId 1a the handlca at a mile and fIfty fiftytrdS I Itlrds
yards tlrds The time W wa was K 142 14214 Althoujrft Althoujrftnqunl Altbouthqua Althouglequal
equal qua favorite > with Dr Leggo In the thebetttiig the1tettJln th thbetUag
betttiig Nlgrette Nt rettE made a poor showing showingand hOA1ngfinished t
and finished last lastWe JutWeather lastWeather
We Weather th r otoar lear track fast Summary SummaryFirst SummaoF1r SummaryFirst
First F1r t race rC4slx six furlongs furlongslh My Order won wonBailey wonBalleT wonaily
Bailey aily aeoond oentl Bob Ragon third Time TimeSecond l1ne11L Timei
11L i 1
Second rac ra half mileF W V Barr Ba rr won wonGraeecntter wonGratl wonGrasacutter
Graeecntter Gratl CUUelstcond second El Dinero third Time rtmei rtm rtmird
48 i iThird
Third i ird d race one on and a Quarter miles milesIras miles1ru mtieIsaz
Iras won Bthal thel Abbott second May Ma I
HolUday Honada third Time Tlme2o Tlme2oPourth 20 20Fourth
Fourth race one 0 and a quarter mites mitesQlenrice ml1esGleftrtce I
Qlenrice won LOB Anseleno second By Byrondale ByJtndale Byrondale I
rondale third Time TJmeOI TJmeOIJfth 208 208Fifth I IFifth
Fifth race OHe mile and fifty yard yardhandicap yardlhandicapDr I
handicap handicapDr Dr Lesgo won Hans Wagner Wagnerecond Vu agne agneeond r Ir
econd ond Elle third Time Tlmpl TlmplSixth 141 141Sixth 4234 4234Sixth
Sixth race one mile mlleCeler Celeros > won C I IXarliffhttr iKarlicbter Igarllgiiter I
Xarliffhttr second Morita third Time TimeSOUTHERN Tlmt1W14 TimeSOUTHERN
1W14 1W14SOUTHERN
SOUTHERN GOES GOESAFTER GOESAFTERMAN AFTER AFTERMAN I
MAN WHO WHQTURNED TURNED P NLI NLILittle N LI LILlltle L LLittle
I
Little itock K Ck April 1Z 1Presipnt President AV V M Mavanaijh i
Kavanauyh avanaijh of the Southern league h hpreferred hs I
preferred charges char8 against H C Griffiths Griffithaof j
of Jersey City member m lhber of the national I
board of arbitration of the National an anseciation a assedation I
sedation Griffiths has blunt b en in the lime >
light Il < < ht recently r nUy over the class cIa A alliance allianceand allianceand allianceand
and In the course of a trip through the theaouth thesouth i iouth
south it Is alleged alleg tried to arrav owners ownersgainst ownersahnst
gainst inat President Pre 1dent ICavanauirh whom he hechariced heharJlfd heCharg4 I
chariced with being Ing under the influence influenceof
of Ban Johnson president of the th Amen American Amencan ¬ I IAn
can An leaxje I a = ue President Kavanaugh I ha havnt has hastot hassent
tot co ies e of his interviews to Secre Secretary Spcrtarv Secretarv ¬
tarv Farrell and has charged Griffiths Griffiths1h Griffiths4lv1th
4lv1th frith 1h conduct co duct unbecomine a member of oftihc ortIbf ofths
tihc tIbf natiOiHtl board bo rd of arbitration In try tryIng tryill trylag
lag ill < < to 0 foment strife among the members membersof
of Ute th National association and In en eniV0rlng enerlng endatvering
datvering iV0rlng to array the association a against againstNotice againstmaJor againstth
th maJor league leagueNotice
III < < r rNotice
Notice to Bowlers BowlersDuring BowlersDuring t tDurln
During telegraphic bowling contest on test at atthe atthe I
the Palace PaJa PahaCealleYs e alleys Friday April 14 all allalleys i ialleys IlleYs
alleys will be closed after 8 p m ex tXe cxe j jej
e ej e e9t > > t those used for or contest Tickets Ticketsntltle Ticketntlde Ticketsnt1t1e
ntltle bearer to witness game and andaear andlumr antinear
near reports from ottaer cities citiesDont citiesDont I
CI CIDont
Dont be restricted to so many calls eallsa i ia
a 8 day pq It Is liable to give you a au fan fanpediment hnP i ipdtin
pediment P pdtin dtul r1tr in your Breech Take the theDendent In Inl T31Oendfnt
l oendent
1Oendfnt
i
SWEATER S DAY AT UOFU UOFUPlayers U OFU OFUPlayers OF U Ulayers
Players P Who Won Them onTrack onTrackand on Track Trackand Trackand
and Field are Made HadeHappy MadeHappy I
Happy HappySweater HappySweater I ISweater
Sweater day at the university yeater yeaterda yeateray
dt day da d ay was 88 observed in good ood style It was wasth wash
th t h first regular day for presenting sweat sweaters 5WStra
ere e ra and caps to the football boys an and andhereafter andereafter l lhereafter
et hereafter h eh it will be the biggest blgg t day da or orth5
the t he school o year yoarD
th5 D A oa11 Callahan a11 kn was the first speaker speakersweater speakerHe speakere
He B e said The present move to set apart aparta apartsWoater
i a sweater or university day Is a s sWg good goodone goOdne <
one o ao ab ne and the occasion should be made the thebtl theig
ay Wg b ig day of the year The conditions ndition this thisyear th thare thar
year y r are especially favorable for such an anInnovation anInnovation annnovation
Innovation Innovation I since the football footb ll team t m was wasI was1iD
I ap victorious and brought so much honor hon honoro r re
e o their school bv defeating Denver WY V Vomln
ming omln o < < MontanaColorado Montana Ion tanft Colorado college Ilege and the theAgglee theAgfes
Agglee The western college men iiitic lIttlapPreciate littleupreclate
J appreciate a aI the honor it is to wear a V Vupon
I upon u pon their sweaters It sHould be looked lookedupon
I u upon pon as sacred and as athe the greatest honor honorthe honorthe
I the th e school can confer conferCoaeh conferCoCh
I Coaeh Joseph Maddock Madco < k then came for forward forward ¬
I n ward ard to present > the football men with withsweaters withS withIjl
I s sweaters He said saidWhen saidWhen
I When I Ijl first came he here I heard that thatthe thatthe
I the t he college sairit at the university unlver lt was wasdead
I j dead ead and that the students failed to sup support supI
i I i port p ort their team However true this may mayj mayhavo
j I I have h ave been In the past it is not so now nowt
t for f or the students not only suooort the theteam
i team t eam but the team itself has more fight fightand fightnd
and a nd ginger in them than any 1Ul other team teamI teamever
I f ever saw They are fighters and for forthis forthis
this t reason they wQn He explained explainedT eXJJlai explainednder ed edunder
I under u what conditions theunivenuty theunivenutyVs the universitY
Vs T were given It is necessary neces ar tl tlfootball that a aCootball
r football f man play two entire halves in Ina i 1 1a
a championship game and the track or ort1eld oreld j
f field fi eld man must mu t win a first in a dual meet meetor i jor
i or o r a point In the state championship meet meetHe meetHe
He then read off the following names of otmen ofmen ofen
T men m en entitled to V sweaters and caps capsCaptain capsCaptain capsaptain
t Captain C Jimmy Wade Henry Peterson PetersonCuddy PetersonCuddy PetersonCuddy
Cuddy Russell Ru ell J T Anderson Oscar OscarCarlson OscarCarllKJn Oscararison
Carlson C < George Brown Fred Bennion BennionFred BennloFreei BenniOrireel
T Fred F reel Scranton G Forbes Tom Varley Varle VarleEarl
j Earl E arl Bennion William Hope Fleishman FleishmanFat FlelahmnFat
4 Fat Bobbins and Barton Bcsides these thesethe thesehe
t the he following were wereout gh given > n SWllfers with without withut
c out o ut the V V Settle Milner and Farns Farnsworth Farnworth Farnsorth ¬
worth w orth The boys then th n put on their sweat sweaters sweaters sweatrs
e ers rs and cape and gave an exhibition of oftheir
t their winning play Each play was ex ex1lained
plained P iainEd by Coach Maddock Iaddo < k for those stu 8tudt
3 dents dt ents > nts who were ere unacquainted with the thegame theame
K game gameFlans ame amePlans
Plans were iso arranged for the sod soddins sodding soding
4 dins ing of the football field on Arbor day dayBUSY dayBUSY
BUSY r f DAY DAYFOR FOR MIKE MIKEMan fvllKEMan
Man 1 Who Meets Gardner Now HowTips NowTips NowTips
Tips the Scales at 162 162Pounds 162Pounds 162Pounds
Pounds PoundsA
A fifteenmile run over the roads and andtwo
t two wo hours work In the gymnasium was wasthe wasthe washe
the t he pace set out for Mike Schreck by b his histrainer hisrainer
l trainer Billy Bill Hogan yesterday The run runwa runwas
wa was taken down to Liberty park and the therest thereatot theest
r rest reatot est of the work was up at Beans gym gymnaalum gmnlum gymaslum
naalum fl where a crowd of spectators had hadgathered hadgathered hadathered
a gathered g gb to watch the sturdy German Germanoy
boy b oy oyiil1y
ga boyBilly
Billy Bill Hogan says that Schreck will owe owea owegreat
a great amount of his good rood condition to
Professor Barton who has given him a anumber aumber
number n of gymnasium mnaslum stunts which whichehneck
Schreck S Sl had never > r been UD against be beore ¬
St fore l ore Yesterday Bartell tried out a sys sysern ¬
t tem ern to loosen the shoulders which whichcjtreck
Schreck S cjtreck said afterwards was certainly certain
t the he goods goodsWhen goodshen
When hen time was called yesterday after afternoon afternoon afteroon ¬
t noon n oon for Schreck to quit work he tipped
t the he scales at 1G2 Ill He figures ho will willenter wHIenter willnter
enter e the ring rin at about 100 The men
i fight at catch weights and an it Is thought
t there will be but a few pounds difference
1 between the men menWhile mellVhlle menWhile
While Salt Lake fight fiahtfllns fans are busy
x watching Schreck train Gardner is at atracting ¬
t tracting a great amount of attention up
at a t Ogden O den Yesterday Yesterda Gardner said he
was already alread in good condition and would
be there at the tap of the gong Both
Gardner and Sellreck are anxious to b bon be beon
on on o n the shert end of the betting as t both bothave
have h ave money mone to back themselves
Arrangements have been made by the theelegraph
telegraph tele t rA1Jh company to bulletin the re results r reuits ¬
suits s of the fight from the ringside This Thiswill Thiswin
will 111 be the second contest that has been beensent beenaent beenent
sent s out this way from Salt Lake the theother theother I
other being the RootGardner fight three V VYears
years ears ago agoCRABBES agoCRASSES agoCRABBES
CRABBES START OUT TO TOMAKE TOIIJAKE
MAKE CLEAN SWEEP OF IT ITThe ITThe ITThe
The Crabbe team in the Commercial CommercIaleague
league l eague started out last evening as if ifthey iithey
they Intended to make a a clean sweep of
It i t but fell down after winning two twoamee twosames twogames i
games amee giving the KeithOBriens the theist I
last ist game > A total of 519 by both Lewis Lewisand Lewisand I Iand i
and McAllister were the high l gh scores of ofthe orthe 01the
the evening The scores scoresA rPs rPsA
A H Crabbe Team TeamBrwwerton TeamBr e eBr4 V
Brwwerton Br4 > werton 16 lfl 165 491 49 I
Ms Mttd d 124 154 l t l3s u ia 411
McAllister V 107161 Ut kiT let ifil 1 l am li i
Olson 172 1 192 19 1 154 US IS
Rutsell 336 l lTotal ISO liPV liPTotal J5 J5Total
V
Total S21 802 772 77223l 77223lkeithOBrien i22 i22KeithOBrlen 23 23KelthOBrien i
KelthOBrien Team TeamAmes Teammes TeamAmes
Ames AmesKtrkwood mes 12 i ct IK ISS 88 442 4 4Brodie 44 44fleodie
Brodie 157 138 1 11 Ill 442 lot
Lewis 17 ITS B 1W 1 Li LiKirkwood 19 tJKirkWOOd
KirkWOOd KtrkwoodMurry 144 H > l 14C 4 177 l 47 4 + i7 i7Murry
Murry 142 ISC 11 G 1S7 496 496Total 499Total 49 i
ii
Total 744 441SSO 441SSOJEFFRIES 741 SSO2965 SSO2965JEFFRIES 8W5JEFFRIES i
JEFFRIES WRITES THAT HE HEWILL HEWILL HEWILL
WILL SOON SOONCOME COME WEST WESTA
A letter was received yesterday by The The1era1d
Herald from James J T Jeffries in which whichthe whiehthe I Ithe
the champion said he expected to come comewest comewst I Iwest
west in about six weeks Jeff did not say saywhether saywhether sa sawhether
whether hewould stoD oft in Salt Lake Lakeor Lakeon Lakeor
or not t He is now finishing n his last lastmonth
month on onon on the he stage and a reports JlII JlIIJ that he heis hI C
is J s doing well Jeff has recently bought boughtan boughI hII I
an automobile and has learned how ho to torun torun U UU1I I
run U1I the machine He H sends nds regards to all allhjf allhlf at 1 1h1
hjf h1 Salt Lake friends friendsMcGovern friendsMcGovern friendsMcGovern
V McGovern Is Sick Man ManHot ManHot Man1lot
Hot Springs Ark April 12 lIt It is be ¬
lieved that Terry McGovern is suffering suffer1n it
from a serious brain disorder Be is I Iteeing
teeing taken to New York to be placed placedunder placedunder piaceeunder
under the care of a a specialist specialistOld sneclaJistOld sueciahistOld
Old Track Sold SoldMobile SoldMobile SoldMobile
Mobile Ala Aoril 12 1The The Bascomb b
Ray track has been be n sold and will be cut Cu t
into building bulldln lots It Is the oldest trade t
lit the tnUfd rnlh 1 states Stat s having been in ex I
Istence many years ears before the civil war
GETTING GETTINGAT AT THE THEBOTTOM THEBOTTOM THEBOTTOM
BOTTOM FACTS FACTSInvestigation FACTSInvestigation FACTSnvestigation
Investigation I of ofthe the Equitable Will WillBe Will3e WillBe
Be 3e Thorough ThoroughRECORDS ThoroughRECORDS ThoroughRECORDS
RECORDS ARE DEMANDED DEMANDEDSTATE
I
STATE S TO LOOK INTO THE CAM CAMBON CAMBON CAMBON
BON DINNER DINNERNew DINNERN DINNERNew
12 12A A complete rec record record recrd ¬
New N w York April
transactionsof transactionsofthe transilctt0 ction of ofhe
o ord rd of all the financial trap5
Life Assurance society societyits Societyits
the t he Equitable
i its i ts relation to other corporations and a afull afun aull
f full ull list of the societys employes In Including including Inhiding ¬
cluding c all Its officers together with a astatement astatement atatement
statement s c of the salaries and emolu emoluments emoluments emoluents ¬
ments m ents received by them is asked of the thesocietys thesocietys theocietys
societys s president James W Y Alexan Alexander Alexander Alexanen ¬
der d en In a letter sent to him by Henry C CFrlck CFrick Cniek
j Frlck F niek chairman of the investigating investigatingcommittee Inve lnveettgatingommittee t1gating t1gatingcommittee
committee c appointed by the directors directorsThe directorsThe directorshe
The T he letter to air Alexander was ap approved aped aproyed ¬
i proved p ed at a meeting of f the Investigat Investigating ¬
I ing ng committee at which Messrs Harrl Harrlman Harriman HatrIman
i man Bliss Ives Ingalls and Frick Frickwere Frickere
were w ere present presentIn I
In asking for the information Mr MrFrick Mrrick Ir IrFrick
Frick F rick writes that the committee does doesnot doe doesot
not n ot intend to limit IIm t its investigation to tothe tothe tohe I
t the he questioning of the societys officers officersi officersbut
but b ut that separate and independent ex examinations examinations exmlnations ¬
aminations a will be made by the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee and its experts eXJertsComplete expertsComplete x xComplete
Complete Statement Asked AskedAmong AskedAmong AskedAmong
Among the points on which Mr Alex Alexander Alexandel Alexnder ¬
ander a is requested to furnish data are arethe arethe arethe
t the societys holdings or interest in the theMercantile theMercantile theMercantile
Mercantile Trust company of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York the Equitable Trust company of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York the Mercantile Safe Deposit Depositcompany Depositcom Depositompany
t company com c pan of New York or in any other othertrust otherrust th r
t trust t title or safe deposit company companybank companybank companyank
t bank b ank or banking company the societys societysleases societysleases societyseases
leases l eases of its buildings bu ldings in this city its itsloans itsloans itsoans
loans l oans to any of Its employes officers officersdirectors omersdirectors officersdirectors
directors or trustees together with a astatement astatement atatement
statement s showing who authorized the theloan theJoan theoan
loan l oan a statement of all dealings by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which any broker sold for or to the th so society society ¬
I
ciety any stocks bonds securities or orany orany I Ian
any an other property Including the so socalled socalled I
called underwritings by the society societya soclot soclota
a a statement as to whether any an one con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the society received com compensation compensnUon cornperisatlon ¬
pensation or benefit from such stock stocktransaction stocktransaction stockransaction
transaction t or underwritings a state statement ¬ i iment
j ment whether any officer director trus trustee truree ¬ i
tee t ee or employe has received any money moneyor monlYor
or other thing of value because of his hisrelation hisrelation hisrelation
relation with the society a list of the thesocietys thesocietys I
societys contracts with its leading leadingagents leadingagents I Iagents
agents here and abroad with a com compilation compilation compliation ¬
pilation to show the practical result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the society from each agency agencyNames agencyNames agencyNames
Names Are Demanded DemandedA
A statement is wanted showing ea h hItem hItem hItem
Item going to make up the total of
7900285 mentioned in the report of ofDec ofDec ofDec
Dec 31 1904 for commissions adver advertising advertlslng ¬
I
Using postage and exchange and how howand howand
and why each was spent also each eachItem eachItem eachtem I
Item i of a total of 7179318 in the same samereport samereport samereport
report for all other disbursements disbursementsand
and how and why each was spent a astatement astatement astatement
statement showing in detail the losses lossesif
if any to the society since Jan 1
1900 on any property of any kind pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased by it giving the names of the thepersons thepersons I Ipersons
persons who sold the same to the so society society ¬
ciety a record of any an transaction by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which any officer director trustee or oremploye oremplo oremploye
employe emplo e of the society has irregularly irregularlyor
or Improperly received money mone or orother orother orother
other valuable thing f from Om thesociety thesocietyoutside thesocletyoutsde thesocietyouts1ie
outside of and not part of hisregular hisregularsalary hisregularsalary hisregularsalary
salary and also a monthly statement statementfrom stBtementfrom statementfrom
from Jan 1 t 1900 showing the cash cashbalances cashbalances cashbalances
balances of the society and where the thesame thesame thesame
same were and are deposited and the theterms theterms theterms
terms of each deposit depositPayroll depositPayroll depositPayroll
Payroll Desired DesiredIn
In a request for a copy copy of the so societys societys socletys ¬
cietys pay roll Mr Alexander is asked askedto
to give the name of each person in inreceipt Inreceipt Inreceipt
receipt of salary or compensation of ofany ofany ofany
any kind from the society and to state statethe statethe statethe
the duties performed by each person personso personso
so paid He is also asked to set forth forthany forthany forthany
any increase In salary to any employe employei
to give the name of any an employe di director director director
rector trustee or stockholder who has hasan hasany
any an business relation with any other othercorporation otherorporatlon othercorporation
corporation the compensation direct director
or indirect he receives In such manner mannerand mannerandt mannerand
and andt the e name of the Equitable societys societysofficer societysofficer societysofficer
officer who autnorized author1zetrthe lhe same sameThe sameThe
The Cambon Dinner DinnerAlbany DinnerAlbany DinnerAlbany
Albany N Y April12 AprilI2Superlnten AprilI2Superlntendent April 12Snperinten 12Snperintendent Superinten Superintendent ¬
dent of Insurance Insurnn e Hendrlcks received a aformal aformal
formal application today to inquire inquirespecifically inquirespecificallyinto inquirespecifically
specifically specificallyinto into the charges that the theCambon theCambon theCambon
Cambon dinner < and the fancy fanc dress dressball dressbaJI dressbail
ball arranged by James H Hyde were werepaid werepald werepald
pald for out of the general fund of the theEquitable theEquitable theEquitable
Equitable Life Assurance society so iety and
into other allegations of extravagance extravaganceon
on the part of the management of that thatcorporation thatCorporatlon thatcorporation
corporation The request came from
Senator Edgar T Brackett of Sara Saraitoga Sar Sartoga Saratoga
toga as attorney for Charles P Pen Penfield Penfield Penfield
field of that place a policy polic holder holderDouble holderIt holderDouble
It 1131 1131Double V
Double Track Trackonly TrackThe TrackThe
The Chicago Northwestern II is thE thEonly theonly
only line double tracked Missouri river
to Chicago and maintains the fastest fastestservice fastestservice fastestservice
service between Omaha and the tb city at
the head of the lakes lakesIn lakesIn lakesIn
In connection with the Union Pacific
hree dally trains run through solid to tc t
Chicago For information consult co su1t C A
Walker general agent 38 West 2d so
street Salt Lake City CityYes CityV CityYes
V 0 It ItYes
Yes Agnes It is true The Indepen In epen2
dent is the phone that th t talks talksBRYAN talkso talksBRYAN talksBRYAN
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BRYAN TO SPEAK SPEAKLincoln SPEAKLincoln SPEAKLincoln
Lincoln Neb April 12 12V W J T
Bryan left today for Chicago Oh1 ago where
tomorrow night he will make an ad
dress at the Jefferson day banquet
From Chicago Mr Ir Bryan Br an will go east e st
and south on a speaking tour and will
not return to Lincoln until the first of
May 30
BLOOD 2 POISOtLT POISOtLTThe I Q MANS T Thumiliate
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The disease that has done more morethan VV
than any other to wreck ruin ruin and andhumiliate andhumiliate
humiliate life is Contagious Blood Poison Sorrow shame and suffering go
hand in hand with this great enemy and man has always hated and fought
it as he has no other disease It is the most powerful of all poisons no mat ¬
ter how pure the blood may be when its virus enters the entire circulation
becomes poisoned and its chain of horrible symptoms begin to show Usu Usually Usually LJsually ¬
ally the first sign is a asmall small sore or ulcer not at all alarming in appearance
but the blood is being saturated with the deadly poison and soon the mouth mouthand mouthand mouthand
and throat begin to ulcerate the hair and eyebrows drop out a red eruption
breaks out on the body coppercolored splotches and sores make their theirappearance thcirappearance theirappearance
appearance and the poison even works down into the bones and attacks
the nerves nervesNot Not only is the disease hereditary being transmitted from fromparent fromparent fromparent
parent to child in the form of scrofula scrof la weak eyes soft bones weak puny punybeen
constitutions etc etcbut but is also so highly contagious that many a life has
been ruined by a friendly hand shake or orVfrom from using the toilet articles of ofone ofone ofone
one infected with the poison To cure thisblignting this blighting deadly curse the
blood must be purified and nothing will do doit it so soquickly
an V quickly and surely as S S S It goes down to the thevery thevery thevry
S S S very bottom of the thetrouble trouble drives out every everyparticle everyparticleof particle particleof
V of oftbc the poison and 4 makes nakestliebloodclean es the 4 blood blobdclean clean and strong
aiI
It does not hide or cover up nnythingb1t anything but from the thefirst thefirst
first begins to expel the poisonand poison and build up and strengthen the system systemS
S S S is guaranteed uaran purely Vycetab vegetable re ta 1 We V o offer er a reward of 1000 for forproof forproof or orp
proof p rooftha thatit that tlt5QU it contains PSaparll a particlepf pf mineral m u l of ora any ny kind l Book 30 k pn on n the th e dis disease disease ¬
ease iwitkinstrnctionsfor withinStZUCtlOUS tR ns o for honietreatmeut hoVJ hopie treatnient treatm t and aml1anyJdyice anyjdyicedesired MY dyjCC deslr desired d without withoutcharger withoutcharger VJthoutcharge
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Always fragrant fragrantJHtuays fragrantAlways 1 1iways
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BECAUSE she he always brews brewsA 4 4A
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A delicious product pr duct of Japans ofiapansfairest Japansfairest I
fairest tea gardens gardensAsk 1 1Ask
Ask for the package with the thetea thetea l lteatreconit
tea teatreconit teatreconitZmportni tree on it itImported i to toImported
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M J BRANDENSTEIN CO COSan COSan
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Special e Train Leaves s Salt d Lake City April 15 at 8 P I M MCarrying 1
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Carrying Camp Officers Drill rill Teams Delegates and their Friends FriendsTHROUGH I i iTHROUGH 1I I
THROUGH PULLMAN DINING DINI JG CARS AND CHAIR CARS MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONSEARLY RESERVATIONSEARLYFare RESER VATIONS EARLY EARLYFare I
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Fare 3000 Round Trip Good 90 Days with Stopovers StopoversReturning StopoversV
V Returning Special Train Leaves Los Angeles April 28 28Tor 2 2For 2For
For Reservations and Information call on or address V
J L MOORE MOOREDistrict MOOREDistrict MOOREDistrict
District Passenger Agent 17 West Second South St Salt lake City
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Yon want a satisfactory satisfa < tory piano at a fair fairprice fairprIce fairprice
price this is the th place to buy it itIf ItIt itIf
If you want ant a piano that will soon soonlose soon18e soonlose
lose its beauty beaut whose tone will fade fadethjs fadethis fadethis
this this is not the place to buy it itThese ItThese ItThese
These are satisfactory pianos WeberHardman Weber WeberHardman VebelHardman
Hardman Everett and many In Y others
here CARSTENSEN CARS1 SEN ANSON CO
Incorporated Temple of Music 74 Main Mainstreet MinStreet lainstreet
street streetEstablished StreetEstablished
Established ISll iss h Offices OfficesThe orCicosThe OfficesThe
The Oldest and Largest LargestGEOBQE LarestR LaracatR
R G DUN ft CO COGEORGE COGEORGE
GEORGE RUST General Manager ManagerUtah ManagerUta11 ManagerlJtaii
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NevadaOffices Nevadaffices NevadaOffices
Offices ffices in Progress Building Salt Salttoko SaltLako SaltLake
Lake City CityA CityA V VA
A Daredevil Ride RideOften RideOften RdeOften
Often ends in a sad accident To heal healaccidental healaccidental healaccidental
accidental injuries use Buckiens Arni Arnica Arnica Arnice ¬
ca Salve A deep wound in my foot footfrom footfrom
from an accident writes rrlt Theodore TheodoreSchuele TheedoteSchuele lheodoteSchuele V
Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me megreat m mgreat megreat
great pain Physicians were ere helpless helplessbut helplessbut
but Buckiens Arnica V Salve quickly quicklyhealed qUicklhealed quicklyhealed
healed it Soothes and Weals h eals burns burnslike burnslike burnslike
like magic 3Sc at Z C M I drug de department department departrnent ¬
partment
LEGAL LEGA1Special
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Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingXOTICE MeetingOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GIVE = THAT THATa V
a a special meeting of the stockholders of ofthe orthe
ofV
the West Mountain Gold Copper com company company corn1any ¬ V
pany will be b held at the law offices of
Dey De Stevens in the Auerbach Auer ach block
182 Main street in Salt Lake City CIt Utan Utanon ttahon V Von
on the th 21 5th th day da of April ISOo I9G at 1 oclock oclockp
p m for the purpose of confirming or re rejecting rejecting reJecting ¬
jecting an option given to James A Hogle Hoglefor Hoglefor Hoglefor
for the purchase of all the property of orthe ofthe
the company and for the lurtner purpose purposeof purposeV
of authorizing a sale of all the property propertyof V
of the company to James A Hogle for a aprice aprice V Vprice
price and upon terms to be agreed upon uponat Upotat uporat
at such sue meeting And for such other otherbusinesPas otherbusinesPos otherbusinesas
businesPas may lawfully come before themeeting the t tmeeting
meeting meetingDated meetingDated meetingDated
Dated March 28 i 1905 1005AUGCST 1905AUGUST
AUGUST LEXKE LEXI E President Presidentw
W E JERMAINE JER INE Secretary Sceretar1LOVER SecretaryLOWER
LOWER MAMMOTH MIXING COM CO COMpany I Ipany
pany Principal Prlncl1 > 81 office room SIS i > 15 Dooly
building Salt Lake City Clt Utah UtahNotlce UtahNotlcej Notice
is j hereby given that at a meeting of the i
directors held on the 4th day of April Anrll1S
ISOa 1S < I an assessment of five cents per tiershare poxshare
share being assessment No No1 12 was levied leviedupon leviedupon I Iupon
upon the capital stock of the corporation corporationpayable Corpordtlonpa V Vpayable
payable pa able immediately to A Reeves secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary of the comi company aiiy at his office Sit
Dooly building Salt Lake City CIt Utah UtahAny etahAny UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay assessmentma1 assessmentmay
may remain unpaid onSaturday on Saturday May lIa 6th th
1905 will be delinquent and advertised for forsale forsale foxsale
sale at public auction and unless pay payment payment payment ¬
ment is made before so many man shares of ofeach ofeach 01each
each parcel arcel of such stock as may be ne necessary necessary necessary ¬
cessary will be sold on the 22d day of ofMay orIay oiMay
May Iay 1905 19O at 230 30 oclock p m of said saidday saidday I Iday
day to pay the delinquent assess assessment assessment assessmeat ¬
ment thereon together with the cost of ofadvertising otadvertising I Iadvertising
advertising and expense of sale saleA saleA
A REEVES Secretary
516 51 sit Dooly Block Salt Lake City Utah UtahFirst UtahFirst
First publication p bUcatiotl April 6 1905
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V Whatever you drink outside let yourt your yourhome
t home beer be Schlitz That is pure beer beero I I
No o bacilli in it nothing to make you youbilious youbilious I
bilious biliousBeer biliousBeer biliousV
V Beer is a saccharine product and
germs germsmultiply germsmultiply germsmultiply
multiply rapidly in it The slightest taint taintof ta nt ntof
of impurity quickly ruins its healthfulness healthfulnessWe
V V We go to the utmost extremes extremes to prevent preventthat preventthat
that Cleanliness is a science where Schlitz Schlitzbeer Schlitzbeer
V beer is brewed brewedWe brewedWe brewedWe
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We even cool the beer in JF plate glassrooms O Orooms glass
rooms in nothing but filtered air airThen airThen
V Then we filter the beer Then we wef westerilize westerilize
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sterilize every bottle bottleAnd bottleAnd V
And Schlitz beer is aged The beer thatmakes that thatmakes
V makes you bilious is green beer beerWhen beerWhen beerI beerWhen V
I When you order beer for your home homeet homeget homeget
get et the healthfulness without the harm harmGet harmGet harmGet
Get a pure beer get an old beer b er get Schlitz SchlitzSee
> Phone Ph one oneThe e 231 231The V Ask AskfiJte eisjr far the Erfjuery Bottling B oittin oittinV ttinr 1
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The Kentucky Kentuch Liquor Co Coiici
See that thatfhee the cork rJ orcnrxn is branded lan e
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California and Eastern races Di Direct Dloect Direct ¬
rect wires 1res on all sport sportIns sportevent sportVnz
Ins Vnz events eventsYour eventW eventYour C CYour
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Your Work WorkDo WorkDo WorkDo
Do you perform your daily task t3Skswith taskswith taskvrith
with the old time vigor viot and energy energyor
or are you yo becoming dull listless and andindifferent andindHi andindifferent
indifferent indHi rent Perhaps you need a anerve ancIC anerve
nerve tonic Paimo Tablets infuse a apowerful apowerful apowerful
powerful stimulus to ambition and andmake andmake andmake
make you OU a perfect glutton for workiflental WorkInenttd work workmental
mental or physical Use them tbt > m and andnote andDote andnote
note how bOWMueh in much younger you will look lookand lookand lookand
and feel 50 cents BookFiee Boo Flee Ad Address Address Address ¬
dress The S R Fell C eo Cleveland O OFor OFor 0For
For Sale by F J Hill Drug Co CoLEGAL CoLEGAL CoLEGAL
LEGAL LEGALPROBATE LEGALPROBATE LEGALPROBATE
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE
NOTICE NOTICEConsult NOTICECOMult NOTICEConsult
Consult County Clerk or respective re peetlve sign signers signers signens ¬
ers for further information informationIN
IN THE DISTRICT DISTRICTCOURT COURT PROBAii PROBA 11
division in and for Salt Lake county countstte eou V Vstate
state of Utah In the matter of the tb es r < ¬
tate of Van Buren Case deceased dece sed Nv NvUce N I It1cerlte
Uce t1cerlte The petition of Mary ary F Case pra >
lag for the issuance to herself of lott lottof Ift V Vof q qor
of administration on the estate of an
Buren Case deceased has been set fur C
hearing on Monday the 17th day of Apr V VA
A D IMS at U 14 i oclock a m at tne tnecounty tnlcounty tOcounty
county court house in the court room of ofsaid O Osaid
said court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah UtahWitness 1tahJtfteS8 UtahBitfleSS
Witness JtfteS8 the clerk of said court
Seal with lth the seal thereof affixed this this6th thisith tinsLth
6th day of April A D M05 1
J T U ELDREDGE JR Ilerk c it > rk
By B W p H Farnsworth Deputy Clerk Clerkv V VStevens
v Bey De t Stevens Attorneys for or Petitioner PetitionerIX Pt > tltJtnr tltJtnrIX
IX THE DISTRICT COURT PROBA1 PROII I i
division In and for Salt Lake county cxUnt cxUntstate
state of Utah In the matter of the th es ¬
tate of John Johnson deceased decea Notior Notx
The petition tJtlon of Anna M Johnson admin ¬
istratrix of the estate of John Johnson Jot1rs
deceased for confirmation of the > suV a It o othe nf nfthe
the following ascribed real estate < > r r sa sal s 1 V Vdecedent > l
decedent towit Lots 8 and 9 blo blwk hI < Vk k
East Park subdivision Salt Lake Lakeand it itand Itand
and county state of Utah for the sum sumr
300 and anon the folio following wine terms termswit i iwit twit >
wit Cash upon confirmation as appears ar irS
from th the return of sale riled in itt ttis ttiscourt t t t tcourt 3 3court
court has been set for hearing on Si Siurday l j jurday V Vurday
urday the 22d day of April A 1 D > 1303 1303at 19 19at t tat
at 10 oclock a m at the county rurt V rt rtouse
bouse ouse in the court room of said cuirt cuirtin eVlrtIn it itin
in Salt Lake City Salt Lake count C Vt
1 Utah
Witness the clerk of said cuir cuirSeal V VSeal vu vuSeaJ
Seal with the seal thereof affixed this thisllth thls11th thIs11th
11th day da of April A D 1905 1905J 1905T iuJ
J T U ELDREDGE JR Clerk ClerkBy Clf lerk lerkBy > rk rkB
By B AV V H Farnsworth < Deputy Ilrrk IlrrkStephens llf lerk lerkStephens > k kStephens
Stephens Smith Attorneys for admin administratrix admnistratrlx admVristratrix ¬
istratrix istratrixNOTICE
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE THEcity THEcity THEcity
city council of Salt Lake City of the ir irtentkm irtentkm trtentlon
tentkm of such council to make thr tb fal f f10wln flowing ¬
lowing 10wln < described improvement towit t wt
Extending and laying sewer lateral on onthe c J1 J1the 1 1the
the west side of Thirteenth East stre st >
between First South and Second South Southstreets S 1t11 1t118tr ti tistreets
streets 8tr t8 in sewer district No No1 1 and ur urfray 1r 1rfra
fray fra the cost and expense thereof csti cstimated Cstimated c cmated
mated at eight hundred fiftyeight fiityciht5S
JS5S 858 5S dollars or one and thirty ont nl
hundredths 130 dollars per front or c r
linear foot by b a local assessment tip 1 rthe < 11
the lots or nieces of ground within lthin the
following described district being the dis ir irtrict iS iStrlct ¬
trict to be affected or benefited by sail t t I
improvement namely namel Lots 1 IS 39 J9and 1 2 >
23 22 2 and 23 3 east side subdivision cf V Vblock
block 31 plat F Salt Lake City survtv survtvAll sun sur
AU protests and objections to th thrylng thorlng tbrying
rylng out of such intention must be JIT JITsented j1sente V Vsented
sented in writing to the city reoorU recorlor reorJOr i ior
or before the 1st day of May 191 lE lEthe 9 > r > 1 1the < < r rthe
the time set by said council when wholhear i l lhear v I
hear and consider such protests anj I
jections as may be made thereto
By order of the city council ot ul tUIt h t
Lake City Clt Utah UtahDated Utah1atod UtahDated
Dated March If 1985 1985J 1 19
J 1 S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity V VCity
City Recuri RecVloSewer V VSewer r
Sewer Extension E teDSion No 151 151Union i1Union t tUnion
Union Pacific Railroad Company CompanySpecial CompanySpecial CompanySpecial
Special Meeting Mee of Stockholder StockholderTO
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF OT Till j II
Union Pacific Railroad Company ompan
Notice is hereby given that a ameeting ameeting >
IDeettn meeting of the
stockholders of T V VPacific
Pacific Railroad company will be > h i V Vthe
the th office of the company at Salt i V VCity
City in the state of Utah on th the in tj
df f May 186 lt 6 at 12 I oelock noon noouipurpose or rt rtpurpose t tpurpose
purpose of considering con lderlng and acting actinga ctixt ctixta
a proposed PrG amendment of the artic articincorporation artit artitineorporatk art V Vncorporation <
incorporation i n of said company incr in r rts < ar l t
its i ts preferred capital stock by the tb am amofM rr rroCIHftOOOO rx3lOOO
ofM oCIHftOOOO o 3lOOO 000W and of authorizing autbo the I it jxs 1 V Vnd i iand Iand
and a nd use us of such additional stock ar u uaking I Itakln
taking takln t = r all suitable action in 1 that thatn t b b1 n c cin
in I n the premises premisesThe premisesThe premisesThe
The books for the transfer of o s <
both common and preferred will willclosed vOlc a I Iclosed >
closed c for the purpose purpo e of tn t the > m t ioelock
3 oclock p m on the 1Kb day of A Ai
1M lMIi 1 i6 and will be
1a reooened reo ened at 10 o > e ea J Jit V Vax
a m on the Ith th day of orXay May IMS
By order of the board of directors
ALEX MILLAR Secretiy SecretiyDelinquent SecnL7Delinquent Seer SeerDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeWABASH NoticeWABASH NoticeWABASH
WABASH MINING COMPANY COMP AlfY PH PHcipal PPclpial PT PTlpal
cipal c place of buslne business s Salt Lake
Utah Notice NotlceThere There 0
are delinqu V VV V r 1
the following described stock on a aof ao af <
of o f assessment a No 1 levied on th thfo thfoflay tbay 1
day d ay of February Ms 1Mi I the several arrior an V Vet 3sg 3 3set
set s et opposite oPJ > OIite the names of the respeo a ashareholders itISbareholders
shareholders s towit towitCert towitCert towitCert
Cert CertNo CertNo CertNo
No Name Shares SIae s A Arl t
252 z V T McGillycuddy LJM 1 1 1Y
263 v T MeGiHy MeGillycuddy caddy < < N7JtII 1 J 110
3 1m 315 S L II Keller Heller1S4t TaKi iN
l 1S4t 4i 4 Child Uhll Cole It Co MO 1
1545 1 4 Child Cole I Co Co27I > < I Il I7l
27I 7l l Hatfield Sons Sons2M8 tN
2M8 2 i H W Doscher Do cher 106 i x It
2113 2 1Is George HGould H Gould Gouldie GouldieAnd 1 It 0 0And
And 2d in accordance with law and tiio ttl o of r r rthe rf <
f the board of directors made on the i V Vay
day d ay of February 198 lMIi 19 so many ans n sharach shar harceach of ofeach
each e ee parcel of such stock as a may < ie1 ie1essary f fr V Vssary
ec essary e r will be sold at the office ie iecompany of ofcompan C Company >
company c room KM Atlas At la block Wet Sec Second Se SeoDd 5ccnd < ¬
oDd e nd South street Salt Lake City Clt Utah rtahn Uta on fl
the t he 17th day of April MB iN5 at the hour hou rr r
1M 1 1s S p i m to pay the < delinquent Mto < iuent uent ass assent assJlHftt V Veem
1J JlHftt s eem ent together together with th the cost of adverfs adi erts ertsug
inf J ug and expense ex of sale
W V MONT XO T FKRRY Secretary
Office SO Atlas bloek Salt Jbake ake ke city
Utah UtahNOTICE
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE THKeity THEett
eity ett O ILy council of Salt L Lake ke City of the V nt ri rition 1 1tlon
tion of such council to make the folio tollHjng foil win i ng
d dt described improvement ImplOv nt towit Construct Con ci r i t tag
di dS Ins t ag a twelvefoot cement sidewalk sidewalknches four 11TInches
Inches i thick ou both sides of Market Marketstreet Ma a ktt kttstreet et ettreet
street S in sidewalk slde alk district No 20 O and de deray ¬
fray f ray the cost and expense thereof ther or esti estimated estlmated etimated ¬
mated at two thousand nine hundred and andseventy andventy andseventy
seventy venty 237OOG S700ft dollars or two and atC atC5I4W
5 SJ08 225 t 5 dollars per front or linear linearoot
foot f oot by b a local assessment upon the lots lotscr lotsCI lotscr
cr pieces of ground within the following
described district being the district to be
or benefited by said improv ImproVIn envrt envrtnamely < llt Vtnamely lltnamel
namely namel Lots 9 4 7 and S block 51 1 piu pi piuA p
uA A Salt 2ake ake ke City survey
All protests and objections to the tb carry larr earrag ¬
ag out of such Intention must be presentee presenteein pr sentea senteaIn
in writing to the city recorder on or b >
fore the 24th day of April 1Mi N being the thetime th thtime thime
time t set by said council when it t will he heand hfand biand
and consider such protests and objection objectionas objectaas
as may be made thereto theretoBy theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the city council of Sa Sat t
Lake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated UtahDated
Dated March 30th > > th 1MB 1MBJ 1H
J 1 S CRITCHLOW r City Recorder
Sidewalk Side alk extension No 83 83Notice S3Notice 53Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV GIvEN BN BY THl THLcity Thlcity > j
city council of Salt Lake City ef the ir irtention >
tention of such council to make the i iowing >
lowing l described improvement tov t
Grading Gradl curbing and paving Mar Mi V 1
In in paving district No S So and d dC fra f l ithe lthe
the cost and expense thereof stimat d dat < V Vat i iat
at eleven thousand two hundred 3rj 3rjtwent a
twent twenty > U2 1122000 OO dollars or eight V
350 dollars per front or linear fou fo
by a local assessment upon the lots lotspieces Iotapieces n npieces
pieces of ground within the following de described described described
scribed district being the district di trlct to be beaffected beaffected e eaffected
affected or benefited by s said Jd imrrnve imrrnvement Imfro lmprVvcmont l lment
ment namely Lots 3 4 7 and 8 block blo bioe bioepint k 31 31plat iilplat
plat A 4 Salt Lake City Cltv survey une
All protests and objections to the car carrying Iatrying aT aTrying ¬
rying out of such intention must be pre presented prpsanted preseated ¬
seated in writing to the city recorder > r ot otor 0 0or 01or
or before the 24th day of April 1S05 being
the time set by b said council when it wibear WIbear wi wihear
bear and consider such protests and otJections objections ot onjections >
Jections as may be made thereto
By order or er of the city council coun il of Sat SatJ at atLake at atLake
J Lake ake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated UtahDated
Dated March March20th 20th 0t1 1S05 1505V i
V J 18 S CRITCHLOW City C ty Recorder
Paving Paln extension axtenslonNo No 14

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