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II THE SALT LAKE HERALD RLD TUESDAY MAY 9 1905 7
f k HERALD HERALLkSPORTS RALD SPORTS i I
REILLYS REILL vs ELDERS ELDERSRETURN ELDERSRETURN
I 1 RETURN HOME HOMEPlayers HOMEj
j
Players Ready for fo Gimlins Lobster LobsterCrowd Lobstert
t Crowd CrowdSEASON CrowdJ
J SEASON OPENS TOMORROW TOMORROWFULL
I I FULL LINEUP WILL THEN BE BEREADY BEREADY
READY TO PLAY PLAYBig PLAYI PLAYBIb
I
Big Chief Reilly and his hi crowd of Elders EMersarrived Eldersarr Ek1erarrived
arrived arr ved horn from the north last eveniwg eveniwgand eventeagand evnt evntand
and although worn out from the long longride JoI1frille efl eflride1
ride ride1 the boys 00 were we nil 11 in h good So d apirite apiriteTljo spiritJIITh p1tit p1titTh
Tljo Th fact that Salt Lake stands at the thebottom thebottoni he hebottom
bottom of the percentage column table tabledoes tabledotS tabedoes
does not seem to bother Reilly or his men n nIn
in the leant A little hard l hick k is all AllHays
nays Reiily but just watch MB i start to tolimb tOclimb
climb < Salt Lake will now be home for forthrcf forthr
thrcf thr weeks and the bfe b chief w not notbackward I Ibakwanl
backward in predicting that Salt Lake Lakwill Lakewill
will be much nearer the top at the end endof I Iof
of this ihi time than It is to the bottoiB bottoiBThe bott
The Eklers seem m to have got the wor W0r5L ono1 ono1of t twyy
of the weather deal aU around whim hil4 hil4W
tWi wyy W y V At Spokane it was miserably m rnhl roW roWtlir old oldth
tlir th first week and it rained at Hois bte on oilthr onOw OnI
thr I ic days the wind Hd not ot blow on 04 tn thv thO thOhoaw s s4v
v 4v home 1to Ogtleii O dtn on the other ot r hand handKt bandh
Kt h t the tli best 1 ffst t of it in both places in In the thematter themattcr thCmatter
matter of weather weatherThornton weatherThornton oeatherThornton
Thornton Back in Game GameTIrilly Gamenrilh GamefliUy
TIrilly says a the local fans have no noof idea ideaof kHaof
of thr U1 damage d mat > the th team t R1R suffered rfelf41 by the theloss theJe the1os
loss Je > s of Thornton at first rt The Mg h fellow fellowhiis fellowhs fellowh5
hiis not played in a game since in < tlw t1 season seasonopened flleaSOfopened iOft iOftopened
opened Reilly RIII had to play his pitchers pitchersoil tchers
oil 01 this thi bag and says say that the team tt > alR lost lostnnre lost11r batflre
nnre through this thi than any other cause C8u C8urhorntun catsIbornton
Thornton is is al aWe le > to be out now and in inali Inall UIab
ali probability will iII be w seen een n on the first firstsak firstak
sack ak tomorrow Another player who was wasto waSto
to the tll < had was as Suess Su the utility IItilit man He Heh lieia
h ha ia ho hitn n unable to play on account of an anInf1lrpd anir4
injured ir4 log If Ripes Ril did not seem IR to be beable benllf befllbl
able to conneot with the th ball at Spokane Spokaneat
at all but did much better work at atBois atBois atVhcn
Bois BoisVhn
Vhn asked about Murdoek itrdoek and Car Carjit CarIa
jit 1 the I i two new players reK reported > rted sigiveU sigiveUfrm m sigw41fr ntd ntdfTm
frm fr rn Sv Spokane 1oka okane E Reilly said id it was true that thatIn thatllf thatlit
In was after both of them anti that ho hoh
h 1 < 1 made tnad offers to both of them U JR to come comet comeSalt
t > > Salt Lake l ke Beyond this he wouM have havenothing haveTlItl1ill haveI
I nothing TlItl1ill to say as a to when they wouW get getItcrs letlien getl
lien l r Carney mmflIey anti Murdock urdock were wt > re with withRilly withn wthI
I Rilly n illy 1 last year yt > ar on the Spokane team anrt anrttl anltt1 5041Ii
tl i big chief hhf teli beliovea f > 1iPVf ves > 8 h lie can strengthen strengthenhis trenbthenhb
his iii llnoup with them themShepard theIRShepard thenI
I Shepard Well Pleased PleasedRff PleasedRffrrlary PleasedSirrtary
Rff Rffrrlary rotary Shepard of the Salt Lake club clubviui dubVi
1 Vi viui i 10 to took the trip around the circuit also alsocot alsojJt alsogt
cot home yesterday and speaks well of ofthe ofthe ottli
the tli prospects for the season 8e He said saidtlio Nktll sakitIF
tlio tll team tf > am met with th miserable weather yet yetlr et etIn
lrs spite of this drew well In Spokane Spokanetli Spokanetill
till tli fans hung around the bulletin boards boardsiry boardsry
iry ry r day to see whether wh ther therewould there would be bea beI i
a game played or not and andU8UaUy usually it was wasnot wasnot scamt I
t not decided to play until nearly time for forthr fort1 fo
thr t1 game to start As soon as word was wasported vaslo wa waI I
I ported lo tpd up town that there was to be a agamo agaml a
gamo Shepard Sh fRrd says the crowds flocked flockedto aI I
to th grounds ounds in spite of the threatening threateningwfathpr threateningwatlwr
wfathpr wfathprli
I li I speaking of the t team and its pros prospects prospts prosprets ¬
pects Shepard sakl he was satisfied satl ed that thatSalt thatSalt thatSalt
Salt Lake had the strongest stron e t team in the theleague theIagllt theleague
league and would soon be near the top topIn to toA
A f In the pennant ennant race If the team we wehave wehae w whave
have cannot win says ys Shepard then thenit thesit
it is impossible impos ble for Salt Lake to get getteam a at a ateam
team t am that can canThe 8n 8nhc
The hc season S son will open here tomorrow with withSnlt wit ith ithSalt I
Salt Lake lined up against Ogden den Five Fivegames FheamS Fivei i
games amS will be played this week and tins tinsSalt ttaaIt theSalt i
Salt aIt Lake boys expect to take a majority majocltof
of the th games Spokane and Boise play playt ptayat playi
at t Spokane Preparations are being made madefor madefII aesdefir i
for a big parade tomorrow but the details detailserf ktIhI
erf it have not been given en out yet as asthere asf I
f t there are several things thtn to be arranged arrangedtoday arrangelt arrangelSTANDING asI I
t t today tc > day
STANDING OF THE TEAMS TEAMSPacific TEAMSPacific TEAMSPacific
Pacific National League LeagueWon LeagueWoa LeagueWott
Won Lost P Pookane C CSnokane CSflnkane
Snokane 7 3 JBOiSt 7W 7WKoiso 7 7Oie
Koiso Oie n 4 i 4 4Ofjden iOI iOIdpn i iOdets
Ofjden dpn 4 4Salt g ISalt 489 489Salt
Salt Lake 3 5 335 335National IfitN
National N ationalLeague ationalLeagueWea League LeagueWn LeagueWou
Wn Loot P C CNew CW Cpw
New pw W York te 18IJitsbu 3 S SFittsburg I IPitisburg
Fittsburg IJitsbu 12 7 7thiao 338 338Ohi 1i3 1i3hiaso
Ohi hiaso ago 12 12Philadelphia 8 tIII tIIIPhHadelpllia I IPhiadeIpsIa
Philadelphia 9 S Sti1niiatt 528 528tiuinnatl 3t 3tCildnnatt
tiuinnatl 9 1 Ie S 471 471Brooklyn fflBrooklyn 4 4Brooklya
Brooklyn S 11 1 1IIslon J361 J361Boston 1 1114StOtI
Boston 6 U 3Utt SIS SISSt aut
St t Louis i 13 UAmerican mAmerIcan 235 235American
American League LeagueWoo LeagueWOII LeagueWon
Woo LasL P C CCleveland cCTfcland
Cleveland 3 7 1P11iladelphl JK JKPhiladelphia i iPhiladelphia
Philadelphia M S r2s iiii iiiiashingtoft o oVshjngtoui
ashingtoft B iit iitw l lwYork
2s w wYork York YorkiKtroit S S iZI I
Itroit 1 9 I H9 H9n
I L St Louis S n 1 1q > t 4J
J q 4iago 4iagoBoston jago 8 t 471 rnEoston
Boston 1 13 13Western 13Western
Western League LeagueWon LeagueWoa LeagueWon
Won Lost P C CDes CIIS
Des Moines S SSt a4t 2 2St
St 4t Joseph 5 4 4I11 JI I I I1nver
I11 I 1nver 1nvermx < nvcr 5 C CSi tii tiiIUX
Si IUX < mx City C COmaha 444 444lrnaba t tmaha
Omaha OmahaColorado 4 c cColorado p pColorado
Colorado Springs Spci 3 S SGrade m mGrade I IGrade
Grade School League LeagueTho LeagueThE LeagueThe
ThE Wasatch asatch team defeated the Unions Unionsystorilay tniOllSsttrday I Iy
ystorilay y sttrday in a grade school 8 < hool league game gamela i iF
la 1 F a score of 33 to 9 This Is the second secondf eeoIMIhutout I Iutout
f hutout cam the Wasalch al h team J ham Jtaswoo s swon m mwon
won this season The lineup FiutgeraM FiutgeraMThomas Fi FiteraidC Jd JdThomas
< Thomas p Miller lb Cardwell CanlWllIDalE 2b 2bl zt ztPale
l DalE > ale 3bv 311 3 Henderson s SIt Johnson r r fMontgomery rlontgolltrlY rtontgomery
Montgomery c f Lyne L I f fThe fThe fThe
The Websters W b8ter and Washington lineup U bIneu up
0 in their regular scheduled game aame amid the theCase thefbstErs UsWebsters
Websters fbstErs Won by a score of 7 to t Case Caseand Casend
1 and nd Wooley were the batteries for the theVcbsters tbey th thWebeters
Vcbsters WebetersPreps VcbstersPreps y baters batersPreps
Preps 18 East Side High 4 4Nines 4nlg 4Xines
I
Nines nlg from the East Side high school schoolarid 8CbooIt cboe I IIal
arid t ld the Prep played yesterday Sttrda after afterjoon aft aftIn aftee3flOfl
joon In on the grounds at Twelfth East ami amiFourth amlY ant anturth I
Fourth Y urth Sooth streets and the Prp Prpvvro p pW
W 5 vvro II re victorious vfet rlous by b a score of IS to 4 4t c cNoitko 11iiik
t pifkn 1iiik ° caught ca ht and Allen pitched for the thewinners theW
W 5 winners nners and Kidder anti a MI Stevens alter alternated ¬
nated 11 < 1 1 tPd as OKtehers t tbrs with Hammond a as pK pKchcr Jklr pl
chcr tier lr for the Kgb school boys boysHamiltons bosHamiltons boysHamiltons
Hamiltons 14 Emersons 1O iOBy 1OBy 10By
By a score 5CO re of o 14 to 10 the th Hamilton TlamiKonBhool Hamiltonhool L LF
F Bhool hOt team defeated the Emersons rsons yes yesterday ye yetrda ymterday ¬
terday trda afternoon afrertl O The battery batter for torM torMlItmllt flhfe flhfeJlamiltons t ti
Jlamiltons lItmllt i I smtItOn w WItS s AITscomb b and Gallagher Gallagherand G CaItaIeiand r rand
and for the Bmersons E Gibson and an G Gay ty1r y
lor While the Hamilton schvot cbeoltl faMeK faMeKto faaeqI
to tl I get a place in the grade school league leagueiis 18eil8 kaueits
its team stands ready to meet any of 0 thekaguc the theItague I IItaguc
Itague crabs crabsSecond clubSecond cluheSecond
Second Sumners SumnersWin SumnersWinTh Win WinThe WinThp
The Th Second Sumners Suta e18 defeated fC toed UM UMGwscberrlea thrtWscbfrriea tmC7ooscberriea
Gwscberrlea yesterday yeat y by b a aenre wn of ortv ofto 2 2iv
iv 1 1ff 9 The wieners lined up I BHI m SWo SWoTvAy ShloW Simlosvty
TvAy W c Alfred Osborae PL 1 Mil Ktondro JfIaDdroJh
31 Jh I Ii Timmlntf Timml 2b be CSeorge eoige Sinclair Sine 3b 3bEugene JbEUJent b bugcne
Eugene ugcne as Joe Daft L I f Bean c Co f flidwartte fEdwaniti fLdwsrtts
lidwartte r f fCommercial fCommercial 1Commercial
Commercial Bowling Scores ScoresThe ScoresThe ScoresThe
The Z C M I and imd KeithOBriens KfitbO c1tonIa play playtheir Maythtlr ai r
4 their lat games gani in the Commercial Bowl Bowling Dewling lewling ¬
ing league lea < < te this th evening ning Last Mights Mightsbcorcs ea eabCorcs I Iacores
bcorcs we were ver a H follows followsFranklins foa foaFranklins followsFranklins
Franklins FranklinsFranklin FranklinsFranklin FranklinsFranklin
Franklin FranklinOhatfieM 14fi 14fiia H Mol USMti USMtiChatCleld 13 4t 4tChatfleld K
OhatfieM ia I II Dt 4t 4tDixon 4 I pDixon
Dixon 3 > ixon ixonKline 171 171Totete 1J1 1 iii 4 4Kline 4Xline < 7
Kline KlinePhair 1tI 1St l 11 Gill GillPhair 1 1iThair
Phair J JR JRTotala III IIITotals
Totals TK SSS S 7W2MI 7W2MIWalker lII2111Walker i ir
r Walker Store Co CoKiipatrick CoKilpatrick CoJilpatrlek
Kiipatrick KiipatrickTVilliameon i US I3 in m 1 4ss 4i3WHliamsoft 4 I
Williamson TVilliameonRosenblatt K 114 < 2M It WSn WSnItT j iIS iISRosenblatt s I IRosenblatt
Rosenblatt 11 D ItT ISSM8 III IIIWalJter I
WalJter 11 in 1 y 141 II 441 441Ttt 4 4Slh I ISttso
Slh Sttso ot I 114 114Tota13 3 4 I ITotals
Totals Ttt i6 811 tiSt tiStt i ik
t
MORE ROAD RAc RACE ENTRIES ENTRIESFast
Fast Provo Amateur Signs to Ride Ridein RideI
in Annual Decoration Day DayContest DayConte
I Contest Conte ConteIS i iAs
As IS the time approaches for the Decor Decoration DecortiQR ¬
ation a tiQR Day road ro d raceinterest race interest in the big bisevent bigeVelit
event e seems to be increasing Yesterday Yesterdaythree Yesterdayth
three th t more entries were wcr added to the theHat theIiIt
Hat h ht at of 0 amateurs who have already alread signed signedto
hB to t o start These T were Joe FItzpatrick FltzpatrickBert FItzpatrickBert
Bert B ert Role and Ralpr Archbold The lat lattar Jatter
tar t ar lives in Provo anis considered one oneof oneof
of o f the best riders Urthe town made fa famous famous ¬
mous by W Yo V E Samuelson Last sum summer summer ¬
mer he entered his first race and won wonthe wont wonhe
the t he Utah county CQUnt championship At the themeet themeet themeet
meet held a number of Salt Lake ridirs ridirswent rid r1drsent rs rswent
went w ent down to compete competeManager com eomete > ete eteManager
Manager Hugh Kippeto announced yes yesterday ycsterda ¬
terday terda t that he would wo ld have his prizes on onexhibition onexhibition
exhibition e in a few days and as soon as asti astite
et et tite t ti he e boys got g glance at t what there was wasto wasto
to t o ride for the entries would commence commenceto
to t o pour in inCAPTAIN InCAPTAIN I
CAPTAIN LAVE CROSS CROSSSERIOUSLY CROSSSERIOUSLY
SERIOUSLY INJURED INJUREDWashington INJUREDashington
Washington May Iay S SLave Lave Cross Crosscaptain Crosscaptain
c captain and third baseman of the
I Philadelphia Athletics was more seri seriously seriously ¬
o ously o uly injured by a batted ball than thanWHS thanwas
was suppose sUP ed during durin the game here heretoday heretoday hereoday
today t Cross broke the force of the theterrific theterrific
t terrific blow blo with his feet and the ball
bounded into his face and crushed the
bridge b of his nose nos For ten minutes he helay helay
lay J ay bleeding on the field It is thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that t hat a small blood vessel v > S8el was ruptured nlpturedIt
It I t is thought it will necessitate his re retirement retirement ¬
tirement t from the game for some time timeRAIN timeR
RAIN R IN STOPS IDAHO IDAHOFALLSLOGAN IDAHOFALLSlOGAN
FALLSLOGAN GAME GAMESpecial GAMEIal
Special Ial to The Herald HeraWIdaho HeraldIdaho
Idaho Falls May Iay S SThe Tlie game of ball
here today between tween the Idaho Falls team teamand teamand
and a l the Logan team was called aI1ed at the end endef endor endo
1 ef o the fifth inning on account of rain rainThe
The diamond was covered with mud all allduring allI
I t during the game and for this reason the thecontest thecontest
contest < was a slow one up until the time timet
1 it t was called The Th two teams tf > dmS will meet meetagnin meetagKin meetagntii
3 agnin tomorrow and have it out outHART outHART
HART GETS BETTER OF OFWILLIE OFWILLIE OFWILLIE
WILLIE IN SIX ROUNDS ROUNDSPhiladelphia ROUNDSPhiladelpkla ROUNDSPhihmdelphla
Philadelphia May lAY S 8lanil1 Marvin Hart or orLouisville orT orlomisvibbe
Louisville T i ille hafl h8 the HI < better bet r of a t ivoor six sixrouttd slxround sixroust
roust round bout with John Willie lIlie of Chicago Chicagotonight ChiC Chicagotonight go gotonibht
tonight at the Washington a hinbton Sporting club clubHart clubHart clubIlart
Hart was Wa the aggressor HGbr r throughout hit hitting hilI hithug ¬
ting Willie tlUc almost almo n where lie incased incasedwhile Itle8scdwhile
I while the Chicago man did little more morethan morelhan
than to avoid punishment nislmnt Only Onl a small smallcrowd smallrowd smallcrowd
crowd witnessed witu d the bout boutNATIONAL boutNATIONAL boutNATIONAL
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEPhiladelphia LEAGUEPhiladelphia LEAGUEPhilodriphia
Philadelphia May Iay S SDespite Despite the nu numerous numerous numorons ¬
1 merous errors today tOOa there was susie good
fielding by b both Brooklyn and Philadel Philadelphia Philadeljthia ¬
phia hia The visitors errors and the hits hitsof hitsor hitsof
of the locals were opportunely and andBrookln andBrooklyn
Brooklyn was again defeated Attend Attendance Attendance ttnd ttndance ¬
ance 2609 Z OOI Score
R H E
Brooklyn 2 11 1 5 5Philadelphia sPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 7 12 I 1 4
I Batteries BAttelieJones Jones and Bergen Caldwell Catdwelland Caldwelland Cakiwelland
I and Dooin Twobase Hits HitsTitus Titws Dooin Doom
I Magee I ee Threebase Thr ba Hit HitGessrer Gessler Bases Baseson Ba Baon
on ° Balls BaUsOff Off Jones 1 off Caldwell CaidwellStruck 2
Struck Out OutB OutBy By Jones 3 by Caldwell 10
I Umpire t mpireJoonstone UmpIreJDhnstooePirates mpireJoonstoneI Johnston JohnstonPirates
Pirates 2 Reds 1 1Pittsburg 1Piltsbur 1Pittshurg
I Pittsburg May S SA A passed JHlS j + essed ball mjzsi siuterror jin jinerror n nerror
error gave RHtsburg one run and the theother theoUltr theother
other was batted in and Cincinnatis run runwas runI runwas
was as made with ith a hit an out and a steal sttalI sttalho
1 I home ho e Score Sco Scorei e
t i R II E
I Pittsbur Pttt5 Urlr 2 K yi yiCincinnati > i 3
Cincinnati J i 5 4
Batteries BatterlesPhilttJPi Fhilfppi and Cariscrf CariSCft Overall Overalland Overailand Overalland
and Schlei Twobase Hits HitsMcBride HitsMcBrideHues HitsMcBrideBases McBride
Bases on Balis Ba1 BallsOff Off Philippi 1 off Over Overall Overall Overall ¬
all L I Struck Out OttBy By Philippi 4 Um Umpires Umpite8ElDs UrnpiresEmsile ¬
pires pite8ElDs EmsHe e and Bauswine BauswineGiants BauswlneJ BauswlneGiants BauswineGiants
= J
Giants 9 Bean Eaters 1 1Xew 1NeW 1 1New
NeW York May lay S SPoor Poor fJehUn fleMing by
Boston and heavy batting by New York Yorkgave Yorkpve Yorkgave
gave the local team tM another victory to today toda today ¬
day da Attendance 3000 t ii Score ScoreR e
R H E
Boston Bost B 1 S 7
New N York 9 31 1 1 1Batteries 1BAtterleS 1 I IBatterIeWIilitt
Batteries BatterIeWIilitt Willis Img Wilheim and Nero
ham Taylor and Bovrerman Bases Ba on onBallsOtf onBallsOff
Balls BallsOtf Off Taylor 3 off Willis ntis 1 1 Struck
Out OutB OutBy By Taylor 7 by b Willis 1 by b Wll Wllhelm Yi1 Yi1heHn VilbeIm
helm 2 Twobase Hits lUtsDahl Dahl Devlin DeJtRLMptreOD
Umpire LMptreOD LMptreODAMERICAN UmpreODeyAMERICAN ODay ODayAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUECleveland L LEAGUECleveland AGUE AGUEClevetand
Cleveland May S Cleveland lost to tohlca C CChicago
Chicago hlca o today toda by the score ore of 6 to 3
Rain fell when hen Chicago wag wa at bat b t in inthe inthe hithe
the sixth and Best was unable to pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent the visitors from hitting h tUng safely At Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 4CW 4t Score
R RILE RILECleveland H E ECleveland ECleveland
Cleveland 3 3Chicago f f 0 0C I 1 1chicesao
Chicago C o it ri 1 I L
Batteries BatterisHeM Hess and Bnetow Smith and I
McFfcriand McFfcriandQuakers MenulandQuakers tcFhelndQuakers
Quakers 3 Washington 2 2Washington 2Washi 2Waahiatoe
Washington Washi toa May S Washingtons Washingtonsragged tHtiaStORS tHtiaStORSfWkli I Iraed
ragged fl fWkli flkling klinr gave Philadelphia todays todaysgame tQtlaysnme tom4aigame
game Waddell had the local team te m at
his hi mercy Mer A Attendance Atte tlitnee 7 < W Score ScoreR ScoreWasiingion
R H E EWaafciaglon Ewhton
Waafciaglon whton 2 4 S t
Philadelphia Phl1adf > lptahL 3 3Batt 8 8Batt I IBatteriesFatten
Batt BatteriesFatten rles Patten Patt n and Kittredgc KiUr e Wad Waddell Vaddell WaddelL
dell and Schreck SchreckHighlanders SchreckHighlanders SchreckHighlanders9
Highlanders 9 Champions 3 3Boston 3BoIKOft 3l3oMoe
Boston May Ma S SB 1Bostons Bostons ns errors err rs were werecostly wereco C Ccostly
costly co tly today tooa six of the visitors runs re resulting resuiting ¬
suiting directly dtrtetl from mteplays by the i
home team Attendance 8000 8 < fJlJ Score ScoreR ScoreNewYork
R H E ENew ENe1l
New NewYork York 9 9Boston 10 jOBosto 3 3tOt
Boston tOt 3 3Batlerten Je i iBatserisaQeth 5 5BaU
Batlerten BaU BatserisaQeth Orth and Kleinow Young
Gibson and Grtger GrtgerWESTERN C CrigerWESTERN er erWESTERN
WESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUEColorado LEAGUEColonuJo LEAGUEColorado
Colorado Springs May lay S SoA A feature of ofthe ofthe o I Ithe
the game today was as the triple pia play made madefrom madefroei
from Knab Kna to Delehanty m the fourthIn fourth
inning In Attendance A ttenda 299 Score ScoreR
R H E ESt ESt
St Joseph T ph I 1Ciilotaeo 4 4Colorndo
Colorado SfHmr i S 1 1aU4 t tBatterlcaEyler j
Batteries BatterlcaEyler aU4 Eyter and a Noy Xoyeg s Lindsey
Blair and Mtts MttsDes XttxDes MilaDes > i
Des Moines Moines5Omaha 5 Omaha 3 3Omaha 30Maha 3Omha
Omaha May ay SoTIM Thet Ths1eIiors visitor i itM1J celebrated I
the opening ope ef f the senwtr ono in Omaha maha bj b btakin
taking takin p n easy game from the IK chain chantpleas chainteam
pleas The three 1 run made by the hOme C CteaM
team came came m hi on errors Score Scorer 9re 9ref
ScoreR
f r R RHR H E
Omaha 3 S sI 2 2Des
Des I Desotaies > es Matties XoI es 1 5 3 i 3
Battejtfea BattecieaMccbomekey McCfoekejr XeCloekerAtHI JtndCeiKiing Rod GenJiog Lit Litfielda LiifieW Liefield >
fielda field T rWfte Towleeioux rWfteSioux wne wneSioux
Sioux Sioux City City 7 Denver Denver 4 4Denver 4Denftl 4Denver
Denver May a7 S The heavy hoe T hlUi3 f I
the H Sfoax City eft team VOH the jrawe Me Je I a
day Score
R H E
Denver 4 4SlouiClty I 3 3
Sioux SlouiClty CIty 7 11 l
Batteries DtatterlftlYaaWncIer VasWndfr oad f d J Ltdsa tcw Jarrctt Jarrcttand JarrtttDd I Ind
and Dd BaerwaWL BaerwaWLAMERICAN Be erwakL erwakLAMERICAN wakL wakLAMERlCAN
> AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONSt
St Paul PttulSt Si Paul 1 Milwaukee 14 14At Ht 11it
At t Indlanapoib IndtluMtpoIPdna I Indianapoltt 2 Colnm ColnmAt Cole1ftAt
4
S SAt
At Minneapolis MnueapolieMftlOapolbe i1IDeapolhJIHle MHieVpotfec poHIc Kansas KansasCity J aH fts ftsCitJ 3 3City
City CityAt S SAt iAt
At Toledo ToIedoToIfotlo Toledo 11 Loutevillc S SRed SRed SRed
Red Stars Victorious VictoriousTb
Tb The Red Star team defeated the Bees Beesley Beesley Beeslay
ley Bwchers on Capitol Hill yesterday by hyol h ha
a score of 17 to 12 1 The winners lined up
Hilt c Treweek Trew k p W V Brown lb
Taylor 2b Parsons 3b Pagsley P GSle 55 55Thet asThompeue
Thompoon Thet lMO r f L e M I Brown I f fJunior fJunior fJuniorTeams
Junior JuniorTeams Teams Play PlayThe PlayThe PlayThe
The X C M L Juniors and Walker WalkerBrothers ValkoIBrotJMrs r rBrothers
Brothers Juniors met on the Eighteenth Eighteenthwaxd Eighteenthwa1I i Iward
ward s square t re yesterday and the former formerteam fonnerteRm r E Etos3a
team won by a score of 9 to 1 The win winner winDent winsen ¬
Dent lined U np C Parnesworth c IL H M
Yoons y p t A Fainter lb 1 H Miller 2b b
J McCMtom eciIII eCIolnltBrodPnton IR s v R nJIrooeMD Brodennon 3b R
Newton I f W V Yard c f W V Mar MarUn lotartin Martin
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WELCOMED TO LAND OF OFSUNSHINE OFSUNSHINE OFSUNSHINE
SUNSHINE AND FLOWEffS FLOWEffSContinued FLOWEFfSContinued FLOWFSContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Early 1rly 1Early
Early rly dawn < 1a found ound the members qf ci the Cheexcursion fheexcunion thexcursion
excursion e party beginning to stir and andsoon andSOOn andoon
soon s they were wer all out taking in the theeautiful
beautiful b eautiful scenery from San Bernardino to toe
the th tht thv e end of the run They The gazed with In Inerest ¬
terest t erest at vistas stas of orange groves gro es and andvineyards andYlntards
vineyards v with clouddraped mountains mountainsn
In I It n the background The run of the last
thirtyone thlrt t one miles was made in exactly exact1 exact1thirty
tA thirty t minutes landing the train in Los Losngelcs Losngeles
Angeles A ngelcs on schedule time at S40 S O oclock
A large delegation was in Waiting alUng at the thestation thestation
station s sa including many man Salt Lakers Sen Senator SenJltor ¬
ator a tor W A Clark and his brother J
Ross R oes Clark were there to greet the in incomers incorners ¬
comers C The senator was kept busy bus buss
shaking s aIdng hands and receiving congratula ¬
tions t ions Senator Simon Bamberger David
Keith K eith former Senator Thomas Kearns Kearnsand Kearnsand
and a nd many man others from Salt Lake were on
hand h and J W Yo Houston Governor Cutler Cutlerand Cutlerand
and a nd some others were met by their fam ¬
ilies Il les who had preceded them themChurch themChurch
Church Party Arrived First FirstThe FirstThe
The regular train bearing arlng Apostles ApostlesReed AposUeseed ApostlesReed
Reed R eed Smoot John Henry Henr Smith George GeorgeA
A Smith and C W V Pcnrose p nrose President PresidentAngus PresidcntAngus
Angus A ngus M 3 f Cannon Bishop W r J I Beatie Beatleand Beatieand
and a nd other church officials with members membersof
of o f their families Lafayette Holbrook of ofProvo orProvo
Provo P rovo State Senator W Yo V N Williams and andothers andothers
others o oa thers of their party part had h d already arrived arrivedat
op at a t 730 a m and the members of the theparty
party p arty had taken quarters at the Hotel HotelLankerchim
Lankerchim L The excursion train was wasmet wasmet
met m et by a a committee from the Los Angeles Angeleschamber Angeleschamber
chamber c pf commerce header by A A W WSkinner WSkinner V
Skinner S Special street cars and auto automobiles automobiles automobiles ¬
mobiles Si were In waiting to take the vis visitors visitors ¬
itors i to their hotels The bulk of the thepart3 thearty i iparty
party p was divided between the Angeius Angelusand Angeiusand
and a nd the Lankersnim the councilmen go going going ¬
ing l ug to the latter hotel Salt Lake head headquarters headQuarters ¬
quarters Q were established at the Angelus AngelusThe AngelusThe
The church officials were the objects of ofespecial orespecial
especial e attention Reed Smoot told the theLos theLos theLo
Los Lo Angeles newspaper nenSp per men he was not notworrying
worrying worr lng about his case C8S > and that the theSalt theSalt
Salt S alt Lake Route was a a fine road The Theother Theother Thether
other o ther church officials expressed xPnS ed them themselves themselves themelves ¬
selves s similarly submitting submlttin < placidly to tothe totile
the t he multitude of stares staresFirst staresFirst
First Day Passed Pleasantly PleasantlyTho
The local committee of arrangements arran arrangementslii emcnts
did d lii not seek ek to force on the visitors a aheavy a11a
heavy 11a h ieut programme for the first day Tho ThoSalt ThoSalt TImalt
Salt S So alt Lakers were given ivn a muchdesired muchdesiredopportunity JRuchdeslredopportunity muchdesiredpportunity
opportunity o Sl to bathe shave stretch their theirlimbs tbeirlimbs
limbs l and become accustomed to thoir thoirsurroundings thoirsurroundin thoirurroundings
surroundings surroundin s s Those who desired were weretaken weretaken
taken t in special street cars and nd auto automobiles automobUS automobiles ¬
mobiles forenoon and afterr afteroon odn about aboutthe aboutthe
the t he city A luncheon was given the city cityofficials cit citofficials
officials o at the Lankcrshim by b the Los LosAngeles W8Angeles LosAngomes
Angeles city officials but the regular regularprogramme regularItrogrammc regularprogramme
1 programme included nothing except tho thoreception thoreception timeception
r reception at the chamber of commerce in inthe inthe inhe
1 the t he evening ceningLuncheon econingLuncheon eveningLuncheon
Luncheon to Councilmen CouncilmenThe1
TIle luncheon to the councilmen was wasnformal
informal I Theodore Summerland presi ¬
dent of th the Los Angeles council was wastoastmaster wastoastmaster wasoastmaster
toastmaster t Mayor btor McAleer welcomed welcomedthe welcomedthe
the visitors to Los Angeles Remarks Remarkswere Remarkswere < s swere
were made by President F J Hewlett HewlettA
A J T Davis and K 1 A A Hartenstein of the
Salt Lake council and Dr A B Hooch
ton lo of the Los Angeles council and City
Treasurer William Workman The lust lastnamed lustUanied
named familiarly familiar known as Uncle UncleBilly UncleBilly UncleBilly
Billy came to Los Angeles fiftyone fiftyoneyears t1nyonyt fiftyoneyears
years yt > ars ago and < his cordial greeting bTet > tin as a apioneer aJtlon ahilonPer
pioneer Jtlon r aroused warm applause and es especially especially ¬
I pecially ialfy when he pledged the two and a
half million dollars in the city treasury treasuryas treasur treasuras
as bail money mone for the Salt Lakers if ifneedeo iCneede Itheeded
heeded During the afternoon they were wereabout wereabout neroabout
about the hotel lobbies throngs of people peoplecoming peopleoming peoplecoming
coming to meet thc Salt Lakers among amongfield amonIwhom amongwhom
whom were Joseph Dederichs C P Ot Over Overuielti > r rfield
field and many man other Salt Lakers who
happened to be in the city cityPLEADED cit citye cityPLEADED
e 0 0PLEADED
PLEADED GUILTY TO TOKILLING TOKILLING TOKILLING
KILLING HARTMANN HARTMANNSt
St Paul May Iay S 8Edward Edward Gottschalk Gottschalkcharged Gottschalkcharged Gottsehaikcharged
charged with the double murder of ofChristian ofChristian olChristian
Christian ScheindeWecker a butcher butcherand butcherand butcherand
and Joseph Hartmann his accomplice accomplicetoday accomplicetoday accomplicetoday
today pleaded guilty to the charge of ofhaving ofhavIng olhaving
having murdered Hartmann and made madea
a confession to Judge Lewis in the dis district district diatriet ¬
trict court of his part in both crimes crimesJudge crimesJUdge crimesJudge
Judge Lewis accepted the plea and andannounced andannounced L Lannounced
announced that he would pass sentence sentenceon
on Thursday ThursdayScheindeldecker ThursdayScheindeldecker ThursdaySchelntleldecker
Scheindeldecker was murdered Feb FebIS FebIN
IS 1 in his butcher shop His body bod wathorribly was washorribly washorribly
horribly mutilated and the motive was wasrobbery wasrobberi wasrobbery
robbery Gottschalk also killed Hart Hartmann Hartmann Hartmann ¬
mann A month later the body of ofHartmann orHartmann ofHartmann
Hartmann was found in the river the tlieskull theskull
theC
skull crushed and two sad irons tied to tothe tothe tethe C
the feet feetAccording feetAcordln feetAccording
According Acordln to Gottschalks confession confessionHartmann confessionHartmann confessionhiartmann
Hartmann planned the robbery and andentered audentered an I Ientered
entered the butcher shop and killed the thebutcher thebutcher thebutcher
butcher while Gottschalk remained out outon outon outon
on the street Hartmann came out and andtold andtold ane I Itold
told Gottschalk what he had done donemuch donemuch donemuch
much to Gottschalks surprise and dis dismay disma3 dismay ¬
may Gottschalk then tried to avoid avoidHartmann avoidHartmann I IHartmaimn
Hartmann but the actual murderer murdererpersisted murderer murdererpersisted murdercipersisted
persisted in following him about aboutGottschalk abo aboutGottachalk t tGottochalk
Gottschalk could not rid himself of ofHartmann ofHartmann 01 01hlartmnn
Hartmann and finally killed Hartmann Hartmannand Hartmannand I Iand
and threw thre his body bod into the river riverWAR riverWAR riverWAR
WAR ZONE MAY SPREAD SPREADJapan SPREADJapan SPREADJapan
Japan Has Declined to Bind Herself Herselfin I Iin
in TermsPetersburg Terms TermsSt TermsSt
St Petersburg May 8 8Tapan Japan has re refused refused refused ¬
fused to agree to a definition definit Qn of the thelimits thcJimlts thelimits
limits of the war zone in Mongolia Mongoliawest Mongoliawest Uon oHa oHaest
west est of the present pre nt position of the thearmies thearmies tluarmies
armies Until after the Russian de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat at Mukden and when the opera operations operation operatlit ¬
tions tion were re confined to Manchuria the theneutral theneutral th i ineutral
neutral zone was well established al although although although ¬
though claims of violation were pre preferred preferred preferred
ferred by both belligerents bell erents North of ofTie ofTie 01 01Tie
Tie pass in Mongolia eastward the thezone thezone thtzone
zone has never been fixed In view viewof viewof Iew Iewof
of the fact that the Japanese used usedSinmintin usedSinminUn use I ISinmintin
Sinmintin to effect their turning move movement movcment moveinent ¬
ment against a il1st Mukden General Line Linevitch Lintvitch Linevitch >
vitch called cUe upon upn the authorities at St StPetersburg StPetersbur StPetersburg
Petersburg to secure seCure a definition defniton of ofthe ofthe 01 01the
the line lne northward and Russia Rusia made madeproposals madepopl madeproposals
popl proposals that the th government goernmnt at Pe Pekin Pekin Pckin
kin delimit delmit the zone but answers from fronChina
China were evasive eas e Japan Japn declining delning
to bind herself herselfFor herl herselfFor
For the present therefore General GeneralLinevitch GeneralLinevich I ILinevitch
Linevitch Linevich is free re to take such meas measures mea tneasures ¬
ures as he deems dems proper propr to protect L
himself himslf from a hostile hostie movement in the
direction diretin of Mongolia MongoliaMRS MongoliaMRS Iongola IongolaMRS
MRS CHADWJCKS CASE CASEGOES CASEGOES CASEGOES
GOES OVER TILL FALL FALLCincinnat FALLCincinnati I
Cincinnati Cincinnat May ay S SThe The cas CM5 case of Mrs Ir
Chadwick was today set t for hearing T i
by the United Unied States Slate court of appeals apeals appealtfor
for Oct 3 3Judge 3Ju 3Judge
Judge Ju e Lurton Lrton announced announ t thc decision decisionof dtision dtisionof deelsiocthe
of the court curt to the th effect that tht in view viewof viewor viesof f
of the tle statement satement of former fortr Judge Juge JudgeWing j
Wing Yin attorney atorne for the defendant that I
he h would woul be b unable unbe to prepare pepare the case caseproperly cas caspropr casproperly
properly propr in time tme for s the June term term of ofcourt ofcourt o ocourt
court and because considerable consderable time timewould timewould I
tme tmewould
would be b required on o both bth sides steles after afterthe afterth auteithe
the th filing fln fihin of the transcripts trnscript the case casewould cs casewould
would go S over until untl the fall tal term ter but butthat butthat bu buthat
that in the interests of
lntercu speedy speed justice justicethis justicethis justicethis
this case cas would precede preede all others at at the the i
October Octobr term ten of court cour This will i bring brin brinit
it up for hearing hering on Oct OC1 3 3COPPER 3COPPER 3COPPER
COPPER NEAR HELENA HELENAButte HELENABute HELENAButte
Butte Bute Mont May lIa S SA A Miner special specialfrom fpecnl fpecnlfrom sperm I Ifront I
from Helena Heltna says sys rich rih copper coppr ore was wasuncovered wa wa s ituncovered
uncovered uncovere today toay within ithin the limits Imits of o f
Helena The lead led of the red metal was wasfound wasfound wa sfound S
found adjoining adjoining the Persell PereJ lime lm quarry quarryon quar quarryon
on the east el side sde of town the lead b bing bt ho hoing <
ing inS worked by the Alberta ATbrta Mining lIning com compcuiy comJU cornhially
pcuiy JU Sixteen inches Inche of very vel rich on onis or orIs
is 11 in the lead and the discovery discoverycreated dlscoery dlscoerycrate discovercreated
created crate no 10 little ltle excitement Some Sotr of ofthe Qftbe o othe
the ore was S blistered blstered In a black blacksmiths blackmths blacksmiths ¬
smiths mths forge and the copper and silver siver siverwas surewas j
was very < 1 distinguishable disUnguishable The ore oreruns orerns or orruns
runs rns 7613 113 to the ton in copper and andsilver andsiver ane anesilver
silver siver siverPEASANTS silverPEASANTS I IPEASANTS
PEASANTS URGED TO RISE RISEMoscow RISEMocow RISEIoseow
i
Moscow Mocow May 1ay S SA A propaganda propagnda aiming aimin aiminto
to deprive the government goverment of Its it most mosteffective mostefeetve mos moseffective
effective efeetve weapon wfapn for fighting fghtn disorder is I Ibeing
being bei preached by b the Moscow committee committeeof committeof
commitee commiteeor
of the social scal revolutionists revolutonits who are cir circulating dr drculating
culating among the peasant pean thousands thousandsi
of copies of proclamations proclamaton calling calng upon upoi upoithem
upn upnthem
them to exact exct oaths from their sons on onentering onenterng o oentering
entering enterng the army never to raise rse their theirhands thelhands
hands against peasants or workmen workmenThe workmenThe workmenThe
aginslpennt
The proclamatlan Attacks ttck the war ar and andattributes an
attributes atrbte prolamJI8 RusstaH RUfH defeats oretc to grand snd dukes dukesand dukt dukeand anf S
and generals fnerals enorals and an urges nIM the peasants Pa < IUtS to torisr toris t 0 0rise
rise ris and take takl their thlfr rights riJht
l rSTAThNEwsT rSTAThNEwsTSTEEL ST STATE IE > NEWS NEWSSTEEL 1 1y
y u uSTEEL
STEEL IS STILL AT LARGE LARGESheriffs lARGESherfs LARGEheziffs
Sheriffs Sherfs S Posse Continues Contues the Fur Pursuit Pu FurSUltIttoore ¬
suit sutMoore SUltIttoore Moore Will Wi Have HaveSpeedy HaveSpeedy ifaveSpeedy
Speedy Trial TrialMantf Tal TrialMantf
Mantf IaU May fa 8 8Steel Steel the convict has hasHT
not n ot yet et Ii ben been n located lot although th convit Sher ¬
iff 1 HT ff Knudson K and altugh
ff Knudson a selected posie posse of men
were w ere out Ut all Jete pose o
Y al night in search of their man manrJ mn
Another A rJ t2 h c compny company Pany went out this thi morning morningh moring
but b from
ut
rPPearances appearances appernce and all Indications Indicationso
there t h r f l Is mtIcnoP Jt hittl hop of capturing al SteeL
Steel S teel o Is considered Steel
I conSidere a a desperate deperte charac ¬
ter t er and before this tis may my have hve secured securedw chac
some s Liearpons weapons by whIch ne he w nill l defend
w wi
himself himsel h if necessary necesary
It I was learned leared this morning how the
moring
mw m men en n S got ° t out ° ut through one of the prisoners prisonersone hn te
who w ho escpe escaped wIth themSamuel prier Rich
ardswho a for f wa was sentene aentencod to two yers years
or
burlarIzing burglarizing the store or Aagaard
S ns or o Iountaln Gren Green sore Richards Aasr who
n a the first
as
man
Captured Mar tar
s hah Bryant cpture by Cf City
sha BrJnt HarmoGwho lIarmonwho b by the way
Is I
s a relative of Sheriff
Sherir Haron Harnion 01 Utah
countytold c Sheriff Knudsen that Steel
Sherr Knudsn Stel
and a nd Moore
Intended to
Intende Use one of the them thenSi
large l arge steel levers lever on the sheriff when he
nSi entered e m the jallto jai jail to tock lck sherf them In their
fhlfhi cels c ells It T is understood unerstood by the sheriff sherif
that t his
predecessor
predeessr did not make him himcquainted
acquainted acuainted a with wih the combination combInation lock in
the t he Li jai jail lLthat that s some ° me combinaton of the k keys ys lock of the theti
same s had not
bten been turned over to him himn
ture
a ac nd ti that t st the e Prls prIsoners < > nere had access and
could c ould n easily eaI pull pul these the e levers hd acces from the
bX b ox TKrfnS6 whIch they did Jne
Pr prying > the casing cains
from f rom the windows
fI wndows and in that way pry ¬
ing In I ng through the brick wall wal in the ad adoining ¬
joining j building buiding making a hole comfort comfortably ¬
comror
ably abl a bly large for a commonsized cmmonsized man to tocrawl torawl
crawl c through throuJh This method of escape
I1 it i t J Is cl caimed claimed Imed was wa wa suggested sugGete metho by b Richards Richardso ecape
to ti t o Steel and Moore in preference to do doing doiig ¬
ing in i Sheriff Sherif Knudsen bodily U harm
Steel the man m m at large cannot cnot It Itseems Itseems iteems
seems s be identified identfe by anyone here
Some say sy he hails hais from Texas and oth others otlira th thers ¬
ers e ra claim caim that he is i known and has rela ¬
tives t at t Salina Utah but it is
ta tn Salna getter generally ¬
ally aJ a lly agreed agee by b those tlQ6 who have had Scnlr ScnlraJ the themen themen themen
men in charge chare that tlat he is a senufle genuine genuineough
touch touchRichards t01 t oughRichards h
Richards Rchards hRchards the supposed sUp d burglar accom accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
panied them some distance distau through the thetown thetOWI theown
town tOWI t own possibly at the suggestion suggeton or force forceof forceof forceof
of the outlaws outaws but they soon so gave him himthe
the t he shake and made their wav for the themountains th thmountains themountains
mountains while whie Richards R hards cut cui through throughthe throu throughthe h hlhe
the meadow east of the city ci getting In Inthe 1n 1nthe inhe
the t he neighborhood of City Marshal Iarhal Slttng Har Harmons Harmons liarmons ¬
mons residence where here he was caught caughtand CUht CUhtand caughtand
and taken back bck to jail ji Richards seems seemsto Sffms Sffmstu seemsto
to be more of the brakebcam order from fromwhat fromwhat fromwhat
what can be learned while whie orer the other
fellows felows are mountain climbers elmbers and roam roamers roamer roamers
ers er for his and ad company they tey did not nt particularly prtcularl care
Th The ° prisoners prisners took tok a lunch with wih them themtogether
together toether with the basket bket their ther supper supperwas supperwas
was taken into the jail ji with wih last sUPPr sUPPrwas even evening eveninJ evenug ¬
ing i ug
ingft
ugit ft t is believed that an information informato will willbe wf willee
be b ee made by the district dlftrit attorney atorey at this thissjon thissession
j session sjon of court cour against aJMinsl Moore Ivre and Steel Steelto Steelto
to have their trial tri come com up at this termof term terniof
I of court rather rather than keep kep Moore lore here hereuntil Jlereuntl hereuntil
until untl the next Jxt session sessionDeputy sessionDeputy ion ioneput3
Deputy eput3 Sheriff Turner > r and
a a compan companion companion companion ¬
ion ion also als a deputy sheriff shfrlf both bth of Grand Grandcounty Grandcuunt3 Grandcounty
county have traced the men mn to this coun county fun funt county ¬
ty t ty from Grand and were In pursuit pursui of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men last night as soon s as it was dis discovered discovered is iscotre ¬
covered cotre that they tlty had hd returned retur to I tho thoEg theEagle
Eagle Eg house this morning ming after afer being beingout bing bingout beingout
out most of the night niet in search sarch of the themen themen
men They The seem 8em to be b pleased p that
Moore Iore was captured cpture although Alhbh they also
desired dtslre the other fellow fellowUp fellw fellwrp fellowtp
Up to mail mai time today toay no trace tr had
been ben found of Steel Ste but a a large posse e
is still sUI in pursuit pursuitPEACEFULLY pursuit pursuitPEACEFULLY pursuitPEACEFULLY
PEACEFULLY LAID TO REST RESTFuneral RESTFuneral
Funeral of Mrs C T Nibley Largely LargelyAttended LargelyAtended LargelyAttended P
Attended Atended by b Friends FriendsLogan FriendsLogan FriendsLogan
Logan May 1ay 7 7The The largest larGet funeral as assemblage assemblage assembiage ¬
semblage that ever met in Logan con convened convened convened ¬
vened in the Tabernacle Tabende today tOa to pay pay its ittlast
last respects respets to Mrs Mr Connie Thatcher ThateherIbley
Nibley Ibley who died In Pasadena Pasdt > a Cal al last lastYedneday lastednesday
Wednesday Yedneday ednesday The big building bilding was flllrd riEd
The services were the most mOt beautiful bautiul ever
held hel here and in the te big b audience auience there therewere thtre thtrewere therewere
were few who did net shed she tears ters of sor sorrow sr srrow sorrow ¬
row and sympathy sympth for Connie Connit Thatcher Thatcherwas Thatchetwas
was universally univerU loved lo > d in this community
The T casket containing c the remains was wasburled wabure wa scamburied
burled bure beneath a great gt heap hep of floral frl of offerings oCfprings offerings ¬
ferings that came cme from fr all al parts pr of the thestate thestte thestate
state stte More than fifty nf flower fower bearers bearerswere barers barerswere jmearerwere
were required reuired to carry crr these th gifts gifs of ad admiring admiring admiring ¬
miring friends of the departed deprtfd woman womanAddresses womanAddrest womanAddresses
Addresses Addrest were made mde at the meeting meftng
by Mrs Mattie 1atte B Hanson Hansn Miss USf Maud MaudSmith ManeSmith aud audSmith
Smith C W V Yo Nibley XlbleyCongesrn Congressman How Howell HQwel blowelI
ell el Joseph Jotph Morrell and Bishop J 1 E Car Cardon Cardon Cardon
don All Al of them told of the gentleness gentlenesspurity genUenf gentlenesspurity > s
purity and loveliness loelnss of the tht departed departe wo woman woman woman ¬
man To a astrnger stranger the praise pris accorded accordedMrs a accordeeMrs
Mrs Mr Nibley Xible3 might have seemed extrava extravagant txtraa txtraagant extravagant ¬
gant but here where she sh was born bor and andreared andrered afle aflereared
reared rered where everyone eveIoe whether whethfr rich ri < h or orpoor orpor oi oipoor
poor por good go or bad admired admire and esteemed esteemedher esteemeeher tel mt > d dhlr
her for her angelic angelc character characer it only onlyserved onlyered onltserscd
served ered to touch responsive repltiv chords cbors of ofsympathy ofsympthy o osympathy
sympathy sympthy and an tears ters flowed fowe freely free1 One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the most beautiful beauti11 most m0t refined refne wo women women wemen ¬
men In the state she extended xtendP her char charity lharity charity ¬
ity to all whom she could reach and Lo Logan Logan ¬
Lor
gan now mourns mour her as it has never nevermourned rner rnermourne rcveimourned r
mourned mourne another aother of Its it children childrenThe chidren chidrenThe childrenThe
The gathering today was wa a tribute tributf to toher t thtr ther
her rather than tha to her family famn which hlb is isof isof isof
of course coure very ver highly esteemed esteeme here but butit butit bu buIt
it was love for Connie that drew out outthe Iutthe on onthe
the great throng and and the te unusual display displayof displaof
of sympathy The funeral funerl cortege was wasnearly wa wanearly
nearly nearf a mile mfc long longTHEOSOPHIST longTHEOSOPHIST hongTHEOSOPHIST
THEOSOPHIST MAKES MAKESWAY MAKESWAY MAKESs
s WAY WITH HIMSELF HIMSELFColumbia HIMSELFColumbi HIMSELFColuitib
Columbia Columbi Falls Fals Mont lon1 May Iay S 8Wih 8Wihhis 8WItI 8WItIhis With Withhis
his throat slashed slashe from ear to ear earand earand ea eaand
and a a bloody pocket knife knifE lying near nearby rna rnaby
by the dead body bdy of John M 3 1 Bea Beatoday Beatoda Boatoday
today toda Beaton arrived here a a few fewton f feeton w wton
ton was found in a cabin near here heredays heredas her herdays
days ago from Clayton Cla ton Cal and soon soonafterwards son sonaferwards sootafterwards
afterwards aferwards disappeared dlgppred Passengers on onthe 01 ol olthe
the train with him say y he acted acte queer queerly queerly
ly 13 and was a crank crnk on the subject subjert of oftheosophy oftheosoph3 o g
theosophy His grip which whih was found foundin foundIn fnunl fnunlin
in the cabin contained containe a a great quan quantity quantity tuanlly ¬
tity lly of literature lerture o on the subject subjectNEW subjecto subjectNEW subjectNEW
NEW RAILROAD PLAN PLANNew PLANNev
New Orleans Orlens May IAY S SThe The Colorado ColoradoSouthern Colordo ColordoSouthern olorad oloradSouthern 0
Southern New Orleans Orlens Pacific Pacfc rail railroad rai railroad ¬
road filed fe a I charter here today toay to tobuild tobuid t tbuild
build buid a railroad riroad from New Orleans to toconnect toconnec t tconnect
connect connec with wih the Colorado Southern Southernand Southernand Southeriand
and thence to the Pacific Pacifc coast Cost The Thecharter Thecharter Th Thcharter
charter bears b r the names name of local loal di directors diretor ¬
rectors retor but gives give no inkling inkinl ivs l to towhether towhether 0
whether these thes are or are not the real realbackers rea reabackers LI
backers of the plan planBOYS jlanBOYS
D
BOYS HORRIBLE DEATH DEATHBelUngham DEATHBelngham
BelUngham Belngham Wash May It S SHis His left Id Idleg t
leg cut off of his hi shoulder hould r blade blade nearly nearlysevered nearh nearhteverod
severed seere his collar clar bone bn dislocated dslolate and andhimself andhimslf an anhimself
himself himslf thrown a distance di8ane of twelve twelvefeet
feet through a partition prtilon of inch Jleh hum L
ber Floyd Desloyer 14 1 years ears old died die ii
Saturday evening a a few minu minutes e after afer afte r
being struck by b a buzz saw sw flying f ml from fromits fromits I ror n
its arbor in a shingle mill mi owned by b tl tlfather Lhe th thfather e
father of or the boy af 3 a Goshen GoshenTRUSTY Gohen GohenTRUSTY GoshenTRUSTY
TRUSTY DECAMPED DECAMPEDSpecial DECAMPEDSlelal DECAMPEDSpecial
Special Slelal to The Th HeraW HeraWBlackfoot
Blackfoot Ida May Ia3o S SAI AI Thonl Thomp Thompson ThonsiitoH C ¬
son a trusty prisoner serving srving six sixmonths pl plmonths ix ixmonths
months in the county count jail ji for forgery forgerymade forer forgermade
made his escape this morning morningYou morn morningand InS
AA AAt k
t You and an your our grocer rccr need have haveno jj jj4c
4c
3 i4
2 no differences difrnce especially espcda1 if i lie 1 fills fis fist J
t 4 It f your our flour order just us given t tj
j BUS HUSLERS LERS LERSFLOUR F 4
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