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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, May 11, 1905, Last Edition, Image 8

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Pitchers PitchersSTART FitohersSTART PitchersSTART
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cal a I order on o mart flint f consider tfc tfcfirst t tfrt thS thSfirst
o M ee
first frt ball bn ple pitched in h the t first fn toagae ge game gameof gan ganIf
of If the th season 8a on o the th home h grounds groundsthe re4Ifld re4Ifldt1tf
the formal foal opening oi of o o the te teTh season seasonThte zeonThi
Thte Th bU 1U w irftcned I4tch t i by Mayor M7 yir R P PMorris Pnt PMnrrhi
Morris nt who played plaJ ball bl in the th good to okl oklday ol oddayic
day tay when time tm was R you young and am nd first firstJOiinee frt frtlot ftEt1otiiw
JOiinee lot watt wa I out out Some 81 oie persuasion ltn o was wasnecessary wa waliI W2S1cC8ary
necessary liI r to get c hte bi honoron bnron the t fieW fieWHe feld feldHe uiekilie
He demurred mach Crocks huck k fellers fellersho fetr fetrh feHethe
tun 1a
ho h said sid hI I aint in no kind of o condition conditionI cndition cnditionI
I haint hant han t nitcned no n baaeball hibi for uorY1 years yearsYou ye
You really rly hadnt hnt oughter ought r ast at me to todo todo todo
do it At Jt length after aCtr receiving r ivhtJ assur assurances asur asurlf ur urfl ¬
ances lf fl that tht the th biggest bRl league legue jwesideiit jwesideiitin lHedeut lHedeutin
in the ititermonntahi hltentail country oountr would wol eseay eseayto esayU
to catch the throw thrw Mayor ayo Morris ori con consented c conity ¬
sented sentedtity gelt geltIity
tity ity and an nd league executives xeule ducked duckedtiirougto d duckedth ked kedUlrnu
tiirougto Ulrnu th rough the t th grandstand g ldtan gate gtt and an moved movedto mof
to their thr stations Itati at a brisk brik canter cnte Pros President Pr Prt Prosit1ent ¬
ident t nt Rishel Rish < 1 brw borrowed 1 Leahys Lh mitt mit and andsucceeded nd ndueoeded
succeeded 1eeedf in almost almt concealing concelng his hi hand handin In4 handin
in the t same me Why Vhv he put the glove on onis onfs onis
is not nl known because hecutw he never nver gove touched touchedthe to toucheitthe l lthE
the thE ball bal with it it Bluth first frt man Dn up updutifully updutful updutifuilr
dutifully dutful swung at the bail bi regardless regardlessof s sof
of Ir the th fact fac that it Rot Iot a I good O corner cornerof cor corr cornerf
of r the tI third thnt bag The T president l dtIde made a afmutic afrntic
fmutic frtlte swipeat sipa swipe at H I regained rbiR his hi balance balanceanrt b1 balanceand
and an dasned da fw cover coverIt cve
It was a spit Itbl pItbaU ball declared delrt declaredtba the league leaguepresident l leaguerrssldeat
president Trtt after Aff reaching rechi his hi seat st in jf the thegrandstand theI
I grandstand grandtan4 It 1 t mayhave my may hlye bave been f all that thatK tt ttK thatK
K Hoon Bad Actor ActorWith ActorWilh ActorVith
With this thi pleasing ceremony cey tucked tued up upand upand upand
and put Plt away pg the Elders Elcr settled stl down downto tO1
to solve Ive 2r K HooTti Hc fl Six xlm Innings later laterthey hter htert laterthr
they t hf were wer still tn striving slrivhl in vain to t prove provaHm pro provehim
Hm 1 j mi a pseudo ttKI alarm alrm All A I they ty had hd to toshow 10how toshow
show for their strenuous life lfe was ws one onelittle onelittle
little ht1e run Mn which Max Muller Muler sneaked sneakedwhen s sneakedwhen
when whfn1l nobody y wa was Y looking leklng
With Itk the seventh set the th Eiders Eler klers made m ndencrted a aconcerted atonfrte
concerted tonfrte and an highly wcceiwful ful assault aaeaulton a ul
on n the tl Hoon Ho capital atal OBrien Ol n opened openedit
it I with th a low 10 drive drht inside inse third thir that thatbore tht thtbon thattor
bore him to second S0 and he h scored se when whenTozer whn whnTz whenTzor
Tozer Tz lifted lfte oa O for fo three thre sacks sck over overJimlins overHimln overtmIins
Jimlins Himln dome de in middle mlk Mullers Mun rs double doubleliroiight doublebrnight
liroiight Tower to the th home noe ranch rnh and andjoy andIov
joy fama Cam Iov o 3m was unconftned unCn in the th Salt Sal Lake Lakefama Lke LkeCam Lake3m
famaHumph Humph muttered mutlrt Gim Im 11 afeard afeardthis afeardthis
this Kirby Hoon HO feller f llr is i goin gem to waste wastei wte wtea
a i lot He done dn noble D here r gn in the th fore forepart roepart
part o the tbpm game I reckon reko I shant sbat let lethim letlim
him 1 m ftitch ich tat block bk o hten clean cln of or orTheun oCf oCfThereupon f fThereupon
Thereupon Theun Gim ordered orr Mr linen HO to tomhitch toInhith toI
I f unhitch and an brought bht forth foth UK t large largeThompson lar largeThoinpson
Thompson Ttatpn After that tht Following FolwiO the theappearance theuIpearanee
appearance p nmc of Thompson Tholl When WhenThompson WhenThoOo Yn YnThol
Thol Thompson came NJ In f From Fr that tkt time timeon t tn timecn
on n you o understand understandWell undrto understandWsIl
Well 1 Ogden n got Jol seven s1tn runs ruRC all 11 told toldThey tol tokiThey
They hy mug have been Jn hitting hiUin the t ball ballOimlin bl ballimin
fimln Oimlin imin had one on of his old style stle foolish foolishtreaks foih foihtrfak foolishirenks
> treaks trfak Three Th doubles db and a a single e out outrf outr
rf r five times t uo tl was wa all he h could tio tioThe doIhe 1
The Tht hitting iUnl disease di was a rather rther prevalcutt prevalent evalelt1n i iin
t in the th ranks rn of our or ancient ant enemies ehi but butCHmlins botilmUns butr
r CHmlins case c was a the worst ot one oe lie liewas Hevas I Ic Icwas
was the chief chie factor faco facto in breaking beakll UP the theC th thegnie
C Jm JmTh gnie gnieThe > me meThe
The Th trouble trob was waf they thy got an early earlystart prly prlyttart earlystart
start ttart Three Tr solemn smn swats swat 3 two of them themdoubles tl themdoubles
doubles dou a sacrifice acrf a walk wD and sa an A er error e ermr ¬
ror gave Ostfe 0g three lbH ram r Tn T Thus e it itstood itsto itstood
stood sto until unti the t seventh svtnt Do D not n wa waprithee w wrrlth wprithee
prithee rrlth say y tacky seventh Mventr It I was w a ahorriWe I ahorrible
nation zati horrible horh mess m ana a and requires ruir particuhHi particuhHization particulannation rtkln rtklnzati
Horrors Horrors of the Seventh SeventhBluth SeventhBluth SeventhBluth
Bluth pried the tl can c open with a sin single Bn BnTf singte ¬
gle Tf and an Clark Clrk came can behind bhin him wth with a atwobase atwob atwohane
twobase twob Jab Then Thn Hausen hit one oe to toTleilty toRely toReilly
Tleilty Rely who j joined jned Leahy in the thefnl success successful successliii ¬
ful pursuit puruit of Bluth who wa formally formallyput foaly foalyput formallyPut
put out Hausen Hausn and Clark Clr would ol fain fainimprove fain1mvror fainmiprove
improve the occasion O on to move up a ap peg pegearh pegerh
earh wh and a terrible tfrble row rw took place pJ2 Hau Hausen Haun laii laiiSen ¬
sen n was caught cuJht between blwn first 1t and ln sec second M mcnid ¬
ond nn j and nd we felt f 1 real rl compassionate eolotf to toward towar toward ¬
ward war Bill Bi for fo a few ffw seconds After Aftr AftrfdlUn some somcfiddling somefiddling
fiddling fdlUn around he b charged straight strgt to toFe toffnd torend
Fe ffnd rend < nd to which hih Clark Clr had hd skeddadled skeddadledback skeddadledback kEal
back huk That left rft two citizens etafD on the same samebH54 j jb
b 1AS bH54 s f contrary rntrar3 to the th rules nlt made and andprovided andproyift andprovided
provided proyift but ht Clark at 3 once oe galloped gloll off ufrfr offfr I Ifor
fr third Thornton Thfton had the ball bl and amipasted andpasted
pasted Plftf it Reillyward Rmy but bt drove it i too t high highami hg higial
ami l both > oth of ottbe the Onden en critters crter were safe sr srIf safeIf j jIf
If it had hd ended tn there the th episode epicc might mighthave mightlan mighthave
have lan been bn regarded r ar as an exciting exctng though thoughe thou thoughmt h hrot
rot mt implsan np nt nL fetVe featqe e of 0 the game I But Buti ButGimln Butimlln
Gimln imlln CAm came bhin behind i vrith th another anoher of his hisy hI hIr hisrazy
r razy < Z y twobase twol hits hil to right rght and scored scoredhis sN sNhis scoredhis
his two oW M friend frtn The Th ball b1 was wa blocked blockedand Mockedand ke
and nd he Iu D rambled rthle to third thir I before bfot things tln tlnWfr j jwere
4 Wfr were right ri t again a f Fulmer scored him himwith himwih himwith
with wih a single sn1 and came a home ho himself hiff on onsingles 0 05ing oisingles
singles 5ing by B Ber Baer er and an Brestao BrestaoMuller Br BresiuoMuller
Muller Makes Some Hay
The life 1fe tory of 0 the therun Eldent second secondnm
run h bg H bn set t forth foth The T first flt firstwas < we wewas U Uwaf
waf was due te entirely entreb to the stalwart bat batsuid bt btnd batid
suid nd adequate a uate mentality mfntalty of Max Xuiter XuiterMax Xti MuilerMax r rIax
Max Iax came Cne up with 1th two gone gne and 4r lrove lroveout r > vo voout v vout
out a R a twobagger twobssr Stickney Stckny pushed Mm Mmalone Jdmatom 1dmalong
alone with wth a single 2nKIe to left Idt and Max Maxtmraked ax axsieaked
tmraked tlllke home on O the same f play pia Hastings Hastingshad
had gathered up the te ball bl and hammered hammeredit ham rM rMi
it i at the infield It was w drifting dlftn for torHoon forIloon
Hoon HQn who was wa not watching wtcbing it It iL Max Maxhowever Maxhoweer Maxhowever
however had ba his hi eyes ye open opn and an at cnce cncepounded tncepounded
pounded pounde the tht yielding ieltg jnw4 mu between btwe him himand himand biteand
and the plate winning wnnin safe sfe before btore Hoon Hoonhad Hon Honhad iloonhad
had adapted adaPte himself himlf to the unexpected unexpectedconditions unexpctedconditions
conditions conditionsThe toditon conditionsThe
The fielding feJin on both bth sides sid was Wa of a type typethat tnl typethat
that merits mrit llKle Itl abune Mb and a when w oc4 oc4alleges or oralleges
alleges aHff that the EWers E lost J mainly be because b iecause ¬
cause auS they eoiiMnt llMt hit the pitching he heis heis heis
the tht is coming vli ease easeconsidering e mighty miihty close c0 to the te pthln facts c in inthe Intht inthe
considering I the weather wfatbcr and the thegrounds therounds thegrounds
grounds rounds oRkn which whkh were tre cold old and muddy mud mudIPMtve re respectively respectively ¬
spectively IPMtve the fielding filin was wa splendid splendidStickney splendidSttkney p nld nldSfkkne
Stickney got t away with Ith the circus crcu catch catchly ctch ctchof catchof
of th the dy daya onJnd oneband crb grab of a f fly ly by byHastings byHtnn by1stlnga
Hastings Htnn short shor hi I right b center cnfr The e in infield infield ¬
field work generally wa wal was high clas clasLeahys ciasIehya IAS IASIahys
Leahys Iahys accurate Hne and successful BCul pegging peggingto
to bases b was w H I feature for of tbe play playIt playIt playIt
It would wl be b les Ie Bje majeate ma jest e to charge eb that thatReilly tht thtRtiy thatReilly
Reilly Rtiy wns Ws once caught cught asleep a21ep at a second secondby Md Mdb sneundby
by b Mr Ir Hose HO Let Lt it suffice suffi to say sy Man Manager Manager an ana ¬
ager a er Reilly Reiy wm was unfortunate nocunt in making makingonnectkMis Ri makinga
a onnectkMis nneis with wth the bag bg when wbtn Hone Hoonthrew Hon Honthrfw Honethrew
threw thrfw to Bresino BresinoBresino Br BresinoBresino ino inoBresino
Bresino Ah yes The Te little JIUt fellow fellowHe fellw fellwHt fellowlie
He Ht played a nice nic game of bal bl yesterday yesterdayas t
as iS usual 1mal payt and may be b expected txJtf to ray rayiS en enthrall enthral enthrall ¬
thrall thral feminine ffminin hearts j sa s of yore yoreFulmer yorf yreFulmer
Fulmer another 2noth r echo tho was much ueh in evi evidence eyidfnp v1 v1denes ¬
dence dfnp and had his hi share hart in th the < > bother botherIt bthrr bthrrIt
It was a R good go game of hall haI to look lok at atGrandmothers atGrandmothers atI atGrandmothers
Grandmothers GrandmothersTea
J Tea TeaPot TeaPotalways Pot PotAlways PotAlways
Always fragrant fragrantAlways fragrantIflways
Always tempting temptingBECAUSE temptingl temptingBECAUSE
BECAUSE she always brews brewsA brewsA
l BECUE s aWAy
I T 0
A delicious delciou product produc of Japans oljapansfairest Japansfairest Japansfart
fairest fart tea te gardens gardensAsk gare garew
Ask for fo the package with the thetea theu
w te pcJg wt te teI
teatreeonht teatreeonhtleporini it itImported
u I tea t tree t on It ItImped
Imported Imped and d packed puke only ony by byH b
San D Francisco Fna Cal C Ct
New York Race Promoters Fromoter Decide to tolet toLet I
let Anybody Aybody Sell SellPools Sel SellPools
Pools PoolsXew FoolsXew PoolsNew
Xew York Yok Kay ay T HArbtrr ItArbitrary Arbitrary methods methodsi
i of dealing delng with Ith bettors bto syndicate Bynlte prices pricesand JI pricesand
and an attempt atempt recently rnty to dominate teminte the thebetting ti theettIng
betting btin ring rn have hve resulted rfutte in the th prac practical pnlctCI PriiCtical ¬
tical tCI wiping ipilg out of if special ail privileges privilegesheretofore prvike pi1VuIOOPheretofore
heretofore htofI enjoyed enjo by the th Metropol 1 Metropon MetroponTurf trp n nTurf nTrf
Turf association Isito composed e of bookmakers bookmakerson bkmaktrs bkmaktrson
on the th race rc tracks tcck about ab New ew York YorkAt York YorkAt
At a conference cfclnc attended atandt by representa representatives rptta rpttaUVe represeitathea ¬
tives UVe uf f all al the th New York racing radnl as a 5550 5550clattons o oewttong oeUs
ewttong eUs it was as decided lt there should Moul be beno b bie
no n further furt dealings deUR with the th men mn of o the thebetting thebetng thebetting
betting betng rings rng Hereafter HfPfe the tb grounds grold will willbe wil wilb willbe
be b open opn to all al and an any al bookmakr bkmkr who whoeH whoaH whoess
eH aH establish lablsh his ht financial fnanial integrity ineiy and andwho aMwho Slidwho
who desires desirf to make mke a a book bk OB 0 the races racesmay r racesmay
may so soKor 8 soFor
For or several years r the th Metropolitan men menhave mesmne melthave
have mne controlled eontrlkd the entire nlre etrpitn space sce of the thebi thebtg
bi btg ring rng and each ecl week wek its member membersdrew
draw d lots lot for fOpto positions Nonmembers Nonmemberswere
were not i permitted ermitted ltted to do business bu except excepton
on a line behind the th big 1M ring although althoughmany althouJhmany althoughInally
many of them were perhaps more re responsible re responaiWe responalbIe ¬
sponsible financially than some members membersof
of th t the Metropolitan association Those Thosein
in control oC the racing plants have de decided decHied decided ¬
cided however in view of the loud com comHtaints comnt8 cornaints
Htaints aints nt8 and recent friction to make the thebig tbetg thebig
big ring an open op n affair to a certain certainextent certainextent certamexteit
extent and th the Metropolitan members memberswftl lIHIRbersw memberswill
will w l have nothing to say NI in the future futuroas
as to drawing drawt lots for positions positionsThe positionsThe positionsThe
The turf association is a close corpora corporation corporation corporalion ¬
tion of aW members > Admission has al always alWAYS always ¬
ways been by ballot and by the purchase purchaseof
of a retiring members button Prices Pricesfor Pricesfor Fricesfor
for these have ruled over 5000 OOO for a year yearor yearor yearor
or two two but when news of the action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the track authorities autb ritk f became me known there therewas thereas thereWas
was as a quick drop to t 52500 at which fig figure ff ffure figurn ¬
ure one membership membe hip was as sold soldwith soldwith soldwith
with plenty of Incident and had the day
been a trifle warmer no legitimate kick kickcould kickcould kickcould
could be registered The crowd was good goodin
in view vie of the fact that almost every everything CIYthin everything ¬
thing thin coW except mint juleps had been beendropping beendropping beendropping
dropping from toni the heavens in the imme immediate Immediate Immediate ¬
diate past Today it will be clear and andwarm andwarm andWarm
warm according to the Almanack AhJNIR ck de deHyatt deHYat doliyatt
Hyatt 1 The name teams meet at 330 330on 3Oon
on 0 the same old diamond diamondBy diamondBy diamondBy
By the way ay the diamond should be fast fasttoday fasttoda fasttoday
today toda barring further precipitation prec pr cipitati J tat n It Itwas ItWitS Itwas
was much better yesterday than anyone anyonewpi an anyonesaPPOSed one oneSftlttlOSed
SftlttlOSed wpi osed it would be Evidently Evldentl Messrs MessrsReilly MessrsReilly IessrsReilly
Reilly and Shepard have not put their thoirsouls theirsouls theirsouls
souls into their work at that field this thisspring thisspri thisspring
spring spri invain invainFollowing in lnvainFollowing vain vainFollowin
Following Followin is the detailed score scoreThe KorThe scoreThe
The Score ScoreOgden ScoreOgden ScoreOgden
Ogden OgdenAB OgdenAB
AB R R H PO A E EBluth EBhrth EBluthrf
Bluth Bluthrf r rt f 5 1 2 e 0 0 0Clark 0Clark 01
Clark 1 b 4 1 2 10 1 0 0Hausen QH 0Hauaenc
Hausen H Hauaenc ulllen c c 4 0 I 00 00Giseliuef 41 41GiKtI
GimNti Giseliuef c f i 4 1 0 0 0FuhMer 0Fubeer
i Fulmer 3 b 4 1 2 2 t 41 41H8tii I 1 1HNt 1lTiwitlngsLf
H8tii lTiwitlngsLf ft L f f 4 i 0 1 J 00 00i I IBeer 00Berb
i B Beer Berb r 2 b 4 1 e 1 4 5 L0 L0Ern 0 0Bresino OBre
Bresino Bre gg t I 43 2 I 0 0HOOD 0Hooap
Moon Hooap p u 2 O 0 1 30 30Thompson t 0 0T 0Thompsonp
Thompson T otRpi p to 1 i 0 00 0 1 0 0Totals 0Totals 0Totals
Totals u JK 7 71421361 71421361Salt M 27 16 1 1Salt 1Salt
Salt Lake LakeAB LakeIAD LakeAB
AB R R 31 PO A E EMuller EMuntr EMuller
Muller L 1 f S 1 5 0 K b i 1 0 oStickney 0Stickne 0Stickney
Stickney r f 5 0 0Detenus 1 1 0 9 9DelMatJ 0Dehassas
Detenus Dehassas gs Z 3Thornton 0 8 I Itot1 4Thornton
Thornton tot1 1 b 3 4 4RHIly 6 0 9 1 1Rem 1Reilly3b
RHIly Rem Reilly3b 3 b 2 2Leahy il 1 8 I 0 0f 0Leahyc
Leahy Leahyc c e4 4 4HaynK I W 74 0 01fane
HaynK 1fane e f f I S SOBrfea I l 2 t 0 g goBrieu 0 0OBcIen2b
OBrfea OBcIen2b 2 b t 1 1Toaer I 1 6 6Towr
Toaer Touerp p 4 1 1RiSSS 1 0 8 8R WRlggscf
RiSSS R Rlggscf c Co f r 1 1Totals It 0 1 0 0 0Tolals 0Totals
Totals SI SIScore 1 J 7 7 Ii 1 I IScore 3Seorebylnstags
Score Seorebylnstags by innings 1284567S9 1284567S9Ogden 1 123456789Ogden J i 6 S 9 9n
Ogden Ogdenflits n uuJttlfHH88 uuJttlfHH88Hits 3t e04 7
Hits 3 1 11 1 1 6 61 1 1 114 114Error 114Errors H HErrors
Errors OOieeooo 00100000Wi 00100000WiSalt 16 eo 0 8 1 1Salt 1St
Salt Lake 666 00041020W 00041020WHits ee i 10206 1 O 0 61 61Hits f fHits
Hits 8 0001203017 0001203017Errors 961203 9 61 01 81 81Errors 1 7 7Errors
Errors 1 1000 10000110WS 10000110WSEarned 0 0 0 e 1 11 1 0 eo 0 3 3Earned 3oarDfd
Earned Runs RttnsSalt Salt lAke 3 Ogden OgdenTwobase 2
Twobase Hits HitsluUor Mullen 2 OBrien O BriE > n Gim GimII Girnlit
II lit 3 1 Clark Threebase Thr base Hit HitToier HitToierBwIIeJ HitTozerBases Tozer TozerB
B Bases TCS on n Balls B BailsOff llsOrr Off HOOD 3 off Themp Thompson Thempson ¬
son 1 off o Toner 2 Hit by b Pitcher PilcherDel PilcherDelMA Del Delmas
mae MA Fulmer Struck Out OutBy By Hoon 2 2by 2by
by b Toaer T ar 8 Left on Bases B8 BasesSalt Salt Lake Lakden fi fiOgden 1 1Ogden
Ogden den 7 Bases B on Errors ErrorsOxilen Ogden en 5 5Salt a aSttlt 1Salt
Salt Lake 1 Balk BalkHuon Hoon Umpire CJMreSet CJMreSetIe Set Setley
Icy Ie Time TImelr 147 Attendance AttcndanceiW AttcndanceiWSpokaneBoise Attendence7041SpokaneBoise m mSpokaneBoise
SpokaneBoise Game Postponed PostponedSpokane P PostponedSpokane stponedSpokane
Spokane Wash ash May Ma 10 l ilkSpokane ilkSpokaneBoise Spokane SpokaneBoise SpokaneBoise
Boise game me postponed wet grounds groundsSCHOOL groundsSCHOOL
At the Close of f Big League Game GameOquirrh GameOquirrh GameOquirrh
Oquirrh and Wasatoh WasatohTeams WasatohTeams WasatohTeams
Teams Play PlayAt
At the th close < of the Salt LakeOgden LakeOgdengame
game yesterday y terday about h half lf the crowd re remained remained remained ¬
mained to see a fourinning game sam be between between between ¬
tween the Oquirrh and Wasatch II tch teams
The final score stood Wasatch aS8tck S
Oquirrh 3 3 These teams are the leaders le8ders leadersin
in in the Grade School league race and surprifled sur surprised stirprised ¬
prised the old fans who remained remal by the theway theway I
way they handled themselves them elve3 on the dla diamond dlamond dlamend ¬
mond The kids get into the game at atall litall atall
all points and slam the ball around the
bases when they tbe are filled with as much muchconfidence muchroni muchconfidence
confidence roni in their tht > ir ability to stoy the wild 11d
throws as the big teams ever exhibit
Thomas of the Wasatch a5atcb team a sturdy sturdyyoungster Btyrdyyoungster sturdyyoungster
youngster held down UK th rubber H H6 tinhad
had good control and managed to fool foolthe foolthe j
the sluggers slu ers of the Oquirrh team and andthis andthis andthis
this feature probably won the game for forthe forthe forthe
the Wasatch asatch team teamThe tamThe teamThe
The Wasatch aslttch batteries btit tcrles were w < rc Thomas ThoJDMSand Thomasand i iand
and Fitzgerald Oquirrh Daft and Hardy Hurd
Junior L D S IT Team Beats BeatsSeniors BeatsSeniors BeatsSeniors
Seniors by Score Scor of of15to9
15 15to9 15to9The to 9 9The 9Tbe
The Seniors and Juniors of the L D DS DS DS
S U L met in a hotly contested game on onthe onthe onthe
the Capitol hill grounds rounda yesterday and andi andthe andthe
i the Juniors won on by a score of 15 to 9 9i 9The L LThe
i The winners lined up J Thomas c P PHammond PJlammol1dt I Ihammond
Hammond Jlammol1dt p B Johnson 1 b R Young Youngss
2 b D ummlng I h T Hammond Hammondas
ss Eakle and Bennion nnion r f Harris m mf mf inf
f S Talraage I f fA fA fA
A team composed Cfm entirely tntirel of the mete members m metebets m mb4rs ¬
bets of the faculty has challenged d the thewinners thewinners thewinners
winners and the th Juniors accepted aCCf > pttd the thedefi tbedefj thedefi
defi This game will m be played next nextWednesday nextednesday nextWednesday
Wednesday on the Capitol hill grounds groundsami groundsani unds undsanol
ami it is expected to be the greatest tt llt < con contest cont contest ¬
test t st < of the season in college circles circlesLOGAN circlesLOGAN circlesLOGAN
Special to The Herald HeraldIdaho HeraldIdaho heraldIdaho
Idaho Falls Ida May tay 10 1 llkLozn Lognn won
from the locals here ttday in the finest finestexhibition fflleMtexhibition fInestexhitjltjou
exhibition of baseball blu ever witnessed at atthis atthts atthis
this place p1a The final score was 2 to 1
Idaho Falls failed to score SC until the last
half of the ninth when Edgington EdgIn ton bv a asharp IIsharp asharp
sharp drive brought Irving Ir1 11 in Logan Loganmade Lo Loganmade n nmltde
made the t first score in the fourth Two Twoerrors Twotrrors Twoerrors
errors were made by each team Hall
the local pitcher was 8S very er effective but
the Logan twirler tw l1er did equally ny well Lo Logan Loan Logan ¬
gan scored 5eo again in the thirteenth Bat Batteries Uattt iatterlea ¬
teries tt Flail and Doan for Idaho Falls
Beige and Christensen Cbritltc 3l n for Logan Logaatendance At Attendance t ¬
tendance tendallCfThe 9M 9MThe 9iThe
The Logan Lo team goes to St Anthony
to play pia tomorrow tomorrowZ
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The second Dd same nar in the Commercial
Baseball leagw Ifta learsI between hetw n the 1 he 2 C M 1 I Iand Ilnd Iand
and < Kelth KlthO KelthOBrienw rBritn < Iteleitu was played last even ¬
ing and the C M t1 I tea t mwon by a ascore ascore
score of It to 3 The winners lined up
C Farnsworth c c H Yoimg p A Fnl Fnlmer loylmr Fulmer
mer 1 b R R Newton 2 b L Romney Romne
r b J 1 McCulHum Mct ululR ss R R Broderson BrodersonI
I f I WQisch w Owh and A Ash in f IL
Miller r f fEmersons fEmersons 1Emersons
Emersons 7 Waterloos 5 5The 5The 5The
The Emerson and the Waterloo teams teamsplayed tearRSplayed trasplayed
played an a exciting exeid game at Liberty park parkyesterday RrkyegenJay parkyesterday
yesterday afternoon which resulted in a afor avictory
7 7teL victory i orz for the Emersons by b a score of ofSecond of7teL t tSecond
Second SecondNewsboys Newsboys Win WinThe WinThe WinThe
The second Xewsfeeys elS eYW won en from the theHtwre
Htwre Mens Xea team tea yesterday fejr a s S score scoreat or oroCJi re
of oCJi to 4 The rwM ttte1ll 1 ers have e no ne4 lxe be8lt1 be8lt1ddeated bcoaidefeated t tdefeated
defeated this year
National League LeagueWen LeagueW
L Wen W 911 Lost P C CNew CXew CNewYork
New NewYork York W 4 SW SWPittsbwrff SJlJPlltsbtKg OO OOPittsbiirg
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Chicago IS j 3 iOI iOIPhIJ ioiPhiladelphia 61 61Philadelphia
PhIJ Philadelphia dolp1lia m ml0 10 9 56 56CincinU 26 26Cincinnati 6 6Cinelnasti
Cincinnati 7 0 H HBrooklyn j jBrooklyn 18 18retkZ
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Detroit DetroitNew o e ki0 ki0New
New roi York OCk 9 9Chicago S roo rooCniC8 1d0Chicago
Chicago CniC8 6 00 9 9SU t 1 1St 6to 6toSLLonIS
SU SLLonIS Loitis n 9 9Boston 414 414Bellt4HI 44 44Beatesi
Boston S 1 1Western 32 4 tWestern 4fi 4fiWestern
Western League LeagueAvon LeagueV8R LeagueWas
Avon Lost LeetP P C CDes cDes CDes
Des Moines S 4 4St 66 66St li1St
St Joseph Jose 6 i iOmaha 516 516Omaha 5HOmaha
Omaha nn nnnn K i 6 6DenSer 500 500Denyer 1100Dether
DenSer u t 7 7Sio 4 4Sioux 46 46Sioux
Sio Sioux x City Cit u 5 G GColorado 400 400Colorado 457Colorado
Colorado Springs 4 7 7NATIONAL 61 61NATIONAL 61 61NATIONAL
Brooklyn May lay 1 HInabtlity Inability to hit hitHarper hitHarper hitHarper
Harper and ragged fielding lost the thesecond the5econd theaccent
second accent game me for the Brooklyns against againstCincinnati a ngalnstCincinnati lnst lnstCineinnAti
Cincinnati Stricklett w was s hit freely m mthe IRthe inthe
the second > inning innin by It Odwell Hugging llu and andHarper andHarper fld fldifarper
Harper all of whom scored triples trIplis At Attendance Attendanee Attendance ¬
tendance 23M Score ScoreCincinnati
R H IS ISCincinnati EBrookln 1 1Cincinnati
Cincinnati h i It 7 f fBrooklyn iiBrookLyn
Brooklyn 0 o oBatteries ii iiBatteriesHarper 3 3BatteriesHarper
Batteries BatteriesHarper Harper and Phelps Striek Strieklett Stri Strirklett k klett
lett and Bergen Twobase hits lIitsSebring Serins
2 21 Threebase Thre < base hits kitsOdwell Odwell Harper HarperHiggins HarperHhgins HarperHiggins
Higgins Bases on balls bafleOff Off Harper Harperoff Harperoff 2 2off
off Stricklett 5 Struck out outBy Bv Harper Har C
3 by Stricklett 2 Umpire CmpireTohnstone CmpireTohnstoneGiants Johnstone JohnstoneGiants
Giants 4 Cardinals 3 3New 3XtW 3New
New York May 1 10New New York defeated defeatedSt
St Louis in the second s cond game of the series seriestoday serieitoda seriestoday
today toda The visitors tied the score in inthe inthe inthe
the ninth inning but the home te tC1I1 tC1I1by < iui iuiby w wby
by clever batting made the winning wlnnin run runafter nmafter runafter
after two men JI n were out Attendance Attendancezoo
2 zoo 80 W Score
St Louis 3 6 1 1New 1ew 1NewYork
New NewYork ew York 4 S 1 1Batteries 1Batteries iBatteriesMcFarland
Batteries BatteriesMcFarland McFarland Keium and Gra Grady GradY Gray
dy y Ames and Bowerman Bases on bullJ bullJOff lJ bi7ILOff I IOff
Off Off Ames 2 off McFarland 2 off of K ld ldhim Kellurn l lFarland
him 1 Struck outBy Ames 5 b by Mc McFarland MeFarland
Farland 2 Umpire VmpireODay VmpireODayQuakers FmplreODayQuakers ODay ODayQuakers
Quakers 10 Pirates 3 3Philadelphia 3Phi1adelpllia 3Philadelphia
Philadelphia May Is HGood M Good hitting won wontodays wonto wontndays
todays to ars game for Philadelphia Flaherty Flahertywas llahertWLa F1ahertwas
was relieved by Case after home team teamhad teamhad teamhad
had hit him safely seven times in thre threinnings threinnings theeinnings
innings Corridon pitched good ball At Attendance Attendanee Attendance ¬
tendance 2699 Score
Pittsburg 3 6 6PhiladfAIIhia 6Philadelphia 5 5Philadelphia
Philadelphia 1 It 13 1 1 1Batteries 1BatteriesFlaherh IBatterlesFlaherty
Batteries BatteriesFlaherh Flaherty Case o and Garish GarishCorridon CamhConidon CarishCorriilon
Corridon and nd Doom in Earned runs runsPittsburg TUnsPlttsffilTb runsPlttsburg
Pittsburg 3 Philadelphia 4 Twobase Twobasehits TwobasehitsCIRrke TwobasehitsClarke
hits hitsCIRrke Clarke Ritchey Rite y Gleason McGee McGeeThreebase McGeeThreebase 1tGeentreebae
Threebase hits hitsBransfifld Bransfield Dooin Clan Clancy CIwe Clancy ¬
cy e Struck out OfltBy By Corridon S bv b Cas CadB >
2 Bases B tS on l hallsOft lls Off Corridon off offFlaherty oreIfla oftFlaherty
Flaherty Ifla rty 1 off Case L Umpire CmptreKlem CmptreKlemDouble UmpireKiemDouble Klein KleinDouble
Double Header HeaderBoston HeaderBoston HeaderBoston
Boston May Is W ItBoston Boston and Chicag ChicaInvite >
broke even in a doubleheader today toda In Inthe Inthe inthe
the first game Boston batted Weimr Weimrout Welmrout eim eimont
out oC th the box in the first inning htnin and andwon andWOll andwon
won in the ninth on four consecutive cons cutive sin singles gingles singlee ¬
gles In Ii the second game neither team teamcould teamcoukI teamcould
could do any effective hitting hlttin but Wil Wilhelms Wilhelms IVilhelms
helms i NtSSt asses > s and Bostons errors were werecostiy weret08tiy werecostly
costly three of the visitors making makin runs runsIn runsTn runsTn
Tn the fifth inning innln of the first game gameRaymer gtunRaymer gnawRaymer
Raymer was siHked and aIMtretJrtd retired in favor favorof fa1oof favorof
of Lauterborn Attendance Attenda 2SW RI Scort ScornFirst ScortFirst ScortFirst
First game R H E EBoston EBoston EBoston
Boston 4 W WChicago I IChlcao 4Chicago
Chicago ChlcaoBattETiesFrazer 3 3Batteries gBatteriesFrazer
Batteries BattETiesFrazer Frazer and NeedlMim Wei Weimer ti timer I Imer
mer Brown and ONeil Twobase hits hitsMakmey bltslalone hitsMaloney
Maloney lalone Cannell Casey Cas Bases on balls ballsOff klls kllsOrt ballsOff
Off Frazer 4 off Brown 1 Struck out outBy ootB outBy
By B Frazer 3 by b Brown 1 Umpires UmpiresBauswine CmplresBRuswine UmpiresBauswine
Bauswine and Emsrtie EmsrtieSecond EmsfleSeeOJK EtasileSecond
Second game R I H S SChicago Eo EBatteriesLundgren BChicago
Chicago o i 4 7 7Boston J JBoston
Boston BostonBatterimLundgren i 2 4 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatteriesLundgren Lundgren and ONeill Wit Wilhelm Witntm Kuhelm
helm and Needham Threebasie hits hitsHoffman hits hitsHotfman hitsHoffman
Hoffman Shultze Bases on balls IMtlls bqdlsIiy By y yilhelm
Wilhelm ilhelm 3 by Lundgren 3 Struck out outBy outB outBy
By B Vllhelm 2 by Lundgren 1 Umpires UmpiresEmslie LmpiresEmslie UmpIresEmalie
Emslie and Bauswine BauswineWESTERN BauswineWESTERN BauswineWESTERN
Denver > r May W 10The The locals eowid not nothit nothit nothit
hit Cadwaliader Ca4l8lbt r On two oceauloni oee8 > Den Denver Denver ¬
I ver > 1 had three men m n en bases but Htt lfHo lfHowere they theywere lheywere
were shut out Score
Denver 1 ° nrer 4 7 1
Sioux City CityBatteries ih 7 1 1tt 1Rstterleshllcknuupi
Batteries Rstterleshllcknuupi tt > Hlekman and Lucia Cad Cadwailarier CadwaUadtar Cadwaliader
wailarier and Baerwatd BaerwatdColorado Btte BeerwakiColorado Id IdColorado
Colorado Springs 16 St Joe 7 7Colorado 7Colorado 7Colorado
Colorado Springs May ray MCoIorndo Colorado
Springs took the last of the athome se series S Srles sonon ¬
ries non in a poorly played game Fleming
Douglas and Andrews were put out of the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds for disputing decisions OIIS and in insulting JRsultiRh InsuIting ¬
suIting the umpire Score ScoreR
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St Joseph 7 14 3 3Batteries
Colorado Sprl Sprlngt s 1 i 1 2
BatteriesStoup Batteries Stoup and Ziaran Minerand Miner and
Omaha 7Des 7 7DcsMoines iDes Moines 4 4Omaha 4Omaha 4Omaha
Omaha May Iay 10 16T1te The locals again a in beat
the Des D Moines men in a game characTer
ized by ragged ra gtd fielding on both sides
The champions won on a bunch of hits hitsthe
in the seventh venth inning jnRi Score oreR
R H 12
Omaha 7 s o
Moines 1 9 1 18atterlesSanders
Batteries attt 8atterlesSanders > risSftnd Sanders f and Gondlng Still Stillman Stfllman Stillman
I man and Wakefield WakefleldPACIFIC WakefieldPACIFIC WakefieldPACIFIC
San Francisco May MA V 4tOakland Oakland was wasshut WASstutOOt wasshut
shut stutOOt out o today by b Los Angeles An elf 8 Though Thoughthe Thoughthe
the losers made the most hits the bat ¬
ting was done at inopportune times al al10wlo1 1 ¬
lowing the visitors to win by b a score of
5 i to e Los Angeles secured d their t r first firsti firstI
i two runs principally through errors
Their final run was made on a three threej
I baJer b lii Smi Smbli and a hit by Dillon
j Oakland came the nearest to scoring oring in
i the seventh s vtnth when Francks made a two ivo
bagger and got t to third on a sacrifice
I but Smith fielded Van Hltrens If ltrng bunt buntand buntI buntand
and caught the runner at the plate Kel
I Icy Je and Krwger of Oakland gave a splen ¬
did exhibition of fielding Score ScoreR
Los Angeles AngelesOakland neles 3 3 e 2
Oakland OaklandBatterIesHaiL U 9 3
Batteries BAtteriesHalt Hall and Spies Graham and
Byrnes B rne8 Umpire UmtrePenine UmtrePeninePortland UzaiilrePerrlnePortland Perrine PerrinePortland
Portland 7 Tacoma 6 6Tacoma 6Tacoma
Tacoma H May Ma > ML 1tTflCOlllK Tacoma had the game gameweM gamewell
well eII in InItaJHI hand b but t Portland finished finishedstrong tlnishedstrog finishedstrong
strong taking advantage of Fitzgerald Fitzgeraldwho FltzernkJwho
who weakened towards the last Both Bothpltclterswere BQthpItchers
I pitchers pltclterswere were hit nard Atz was w fined finedumpires flneaand fineaakal
and put tjff f the diafttOlHl for dl8puthl g the theumpires theilmpIrss
umpires decision Score ScoreTRcemtt
Tac TRcemtt n t u 6 I i E5 5
Portland 7 14 1 1Batteries 1Batteri 1BatteridsFltzgnrak
Batteries BatteridsFltzgnrak sFlt FltzgeraW rald and Graham Es Essick ESsick Essick
sick and nd McLean Umaire Cm rmireKioc rmireKiocSeattle treKIo Kk 3f 3fSeattle CSeattle
Seattle 2 Seals 1 1Seattle 1SeAttle 1Seattle
Seattle May 14t 1WA A threebase hit by
Hemmer and nun a long ont to center field
by Frarv won the game for Seattle thi this thiafternoon I Iafternoon Iafternoon
afternoon in the ninth inning innin Kane Kanebrought i ibrought i
brought hroll t in one for Seattle in the first Inn InnI innlag
I lag in on a hit a sacrifice Mri by Miner a long longoMt JonJout longout I
out by 0 lists and a hit by Kemmer KemmerSan I
San Francisco tied the score in the th sixth sixthwhen
when WaWren n hit advanced on a passed passedball pa95edbltlt passedlush
ball through Frary and scored red on a hit hitby hitby
by It Wheeler Both Hall and Miller didexcellent did didexcellent dIdexcellent
excellent work in the pitchers box boxScore boXSOOrt boxScore
Score SOOrtSeattle
R R1IE R1IESeattle II 1 E EiSeattle
Ei EiSan
Seattle 2 5 i iSan ISan
San Francisco 1 g 3j 3 3BatterIesHall i
Batteries BatteriesHAn Hall and Frary Miller and
Wilson Uson Umpire UmlreDuis UmlreDuisCOLLEGE UmpireDavisCOLLEGE Davis j jCOLLEGE
At Washingtoa YsshiogwnGeorctowB Georgetown 30 Gal
laudeu IaudetAt 2 2At 2At
At Cambridge CanlbrideHarvard Harvard B Cornell 1
At Decatur DecaturMilliken Milliken 4 Nebraska NebraskaAt ebra k 3
At PhIJadeiphiaLafayette Philadelphia Lafayette 3 Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsylL FenesylVania4 ¬
vania Vania4 Vania4At L 4 4At i
At Princeton PrincetonPrl PrIncetonPrInceton Princeton cetoR 1 Amherst 0
At MlddletownColanubla Mkfdletowri Columbia 3 Wesley Wesleyan
an 1 1At 1At IIAt
At West Point P PointYale Yale ale 2 W West est st Pelnt PointAmerIcan 1 1meri
AmerIcan meri League Leaguepoepon t
Pttrelk I i > i4t HtaltteRg gome gomepo
po poepon ponea Tn ran
Big Event vent Captured Over Slow Track Trackin Trackin Trackin
in a Canter CanterONLY CailterONLY CanterONLY
Louisville Ky May It ItloviH itMoving Moving with witha
a long Ion effortless stride Agile Captain CaptainS I
S Browns beautiful bay colt passed passedunder ptlssetlunder passedunder
under the wire today tOOa an easy winner winnerover inneroer
over a slow track in the thirtyfirst thirtyfirstKentucky thirtyfirstKentucky
Kentucky derby Three and a half halflengths baitItntths halflengths I
lengths behind him came Ramshorn on onwhom onwhom onwhom
whom the hopes of the Tennessee e and andBlue andBlue I IBlue
Blue Grass horsemen were fixed Trait Trailing Traiting ¬ i iin
ing in fifteen lengths to the rear came Lay Layson La Layson 1 14JR
son 4JR from the stable of T P Hayes HayesWith HaYesJUI HayesVItll
With JUI but three starters it was ItS a one onehorse onehorse ne nehorse
horse Bce race The time for the mile and anda
a quarter was 2H ltI > Nearly 3MW tIM peo peoj people peepie
j pie saw the race raceDr raceDr raceDr
Dr Leggo ego had a strong stron support until untilyesterduy vntiltert1Il untilyesterday
yesterday tert1Il when it was reported that he hewould hewould hewould
would probably be scratched The good goodCalifornia goodCalifornia goodCalifornIa
California colt cooled out stiff and lame lameafter lameafter lameafter
after an easy workout t two days before beforethe btforethe befOrethe
the race and his trainer was unable to toget toget toget
get him into shape again againHead al3lnHead againHead
Head for forHead Head at Start StartThe Startt StartlIwee StartThe
The C horses were sent away to t a good goodstart goodstart
3 3for
start t and all lIwee three ran n nah ah head d and head headfor beadfor
for the hc first eighth where Agile IUe stuck stuckhis sluckhis stuckhis
his nose in front Passing Passin the t th grand grandstand grandstand grandstand
stand nt the first quarter Agile and andRamshorn andRamshorn andRamshorn
Ramshorn had moved out Agile leading leadingby
by a length and setting a hot pace From Fromthis Fromthis Fromthis
this time on until the first mile had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been covered the positions were un unchanged unchant onchaned ¬
changed changedBotli chant chanedBoth d dBoth
Both horses were beauty lJe1lut rated and andRamshorn andRamshorn andRamshorn
Ramshorn was apparently running a fine finerace finerace finerace
race As the pair swung 8wun into the thestretch thestretch thestretch
stretch Martin artin on Agile gile let out a rap rapAlmost rapAlmost rapAlmost
Almost at the same time Lyne on Rams Rainshorn Ramshorn Ramshisn
horn went to the bat but to no avail availI 80311Agile availAgile
I Agile cleverly clever ridden by Martin artiIL began beganHams beganslowly beganslowly
slowly gliding away from C Cgptain ptain Wit Witliams 11 11Iiams
Hams colt and when the wire was wasreached wasrfAached wasreached
reached had increased his lead to three threeand threeand > o oand
and onehalf lengths and won eased up upAt tipAt upAt
At no time during the race did Agile Agileseem Agile5fem Agileseem
seem to be fully full extended and he won wonwithout wonI wonwithout
without having l1ain felt the touch of a whip whipIt
I It was a most impressive performance performancestamping performancestamJing performancestamping
stamping Agile as one of the beat 3year 3yearoWs 3yearoIds 3yearokis
oWs of the year east or west westCourse westCourse est estCourse
Course in Poor Shape ShapeHeavy ShapeIlea ShapeHeavy
Heavy Ilea showers last night and early earlythis earlythis OarIythis
this morning mornln left the track very muddy muddyand muddyand muddyand
and this was to some extent a factor in inthe inthe Inthe
the race Ramshorn not being bein at his It is best beston beston beston
on a slow track However the course coursehad coursehad coursehad
had dried considerably by b the time tI the thederby t thederby e ederb
derby derb was run the time for the race raceshowing raceshowing raceshowing
showing the track to be about three sec seconds S Sonds seeends ¬
onds slow slo Results ResultsFirst ResultsFirst ResultsFirst
First race five and onehalf furlongs furlongsDelago furlon furlonDeIago furlongsDelago
Delago won Batter second Braden third thirdlie thirdTlmII thirdTlm1l0t
TlmII TlmIISecond Tlm1l0tSecond lie i iSecond
Second race halfmile halfJRilfXunsveiJlng halfJRilfXunsveiJlngWOft XunsveUing XunsveUingwon
won Floss S second Lady Lad Taras Ta Tathird Tarascon Tarasconthird on onthird
third Time TimQW4 TimQW4Third Timet5Third 50 1 1Third
Third race ra six furlongsLa furkm La Pucelle won wonAthkme wonAthlone wonAthione
Athkme second Bradleys Pet third tnlrdFourth thirdTim1 thirdTimei
Tim1 1 1Fourth 171 171Fourth
Fourth race the th < Kentucky l entuck derby one oneanil oneanti
and onefourth miles mntsI milesAgile Ajrfle le 122 1 J Mar Martin Xartint Martin ¬
tin 2 to 5 won Rwmshorn 177 l 7 Lyne
2 to 1 second Layson n 117 11 ID D Austin A1tstlnO
39 to 1 third Time21 TImelt Three start startFifth stJlrters starters
ers ersFifth Fifth race halfmileC C Bennett Bennettwon Bennettwn Bennettwon
won Hermitage second Hyp HyperhHt rl n third thirdTim th thTm58 thirdTlm50
Tim TimSixth Tm58 Tm58SIxth Tlm50Sixth
Sixth race one Jnile mileJMiss i Miss I Doyle Doy Doyllanhkl wn wnMarshal weasMarshal
Marshal Xey s secuiwl ec HHl Fiorteel third Tim
144 144L 144L 144L
Class Day and Baseball Game With WithW WithW WithW
W S A at Lagoon on onMay onMay onMay
May 27 27Coach 2708h 27Coach
Coach 08h Bean of the L 1 D S U has just justcompleted jU8tcomplttfld justcompleted
completed arrangements which were ap approved 3Jtpmed sriproved ¬
proved yesterday esterda by the athletic com committee coinniittee ¬ I Imittte
mittee for a big day at Lagoon on eni May y yIt
27 i It will be a general ge ta1 outing for tins tinsL
L 1 D S U athletes and a meet will 111 be bepulled bepulled I IplIN
pulled off with the normal and high highschool h highschool h 1 1I
school I hool departments line lined up against the thebusiness thebuiSln4eis
business college All winners in this thismeet thismeet I
meet m t will got a a blue ribbon seconds Mls a artd ared
red ribbon and thirds a white ribbon ribbonThese ribbonTheso I
These ribbons will be stamped with the thename th thnam I Iflame
name of the event winners name and amidate aIMIdate anddate
date of o the meet A there is considerable considerablerivalry considerablerhalr considerablerivalry
rivalry between the students in the vari various van vanDes ¬
Des 0 departments it is expected ex ted the meet meetwill Jllfetwill meetisill
will prove one of the most mo l interesting interestingones
ones on es the Saints have been mixed up HI in inthis inthis inthis
this year yearDuring v yearDuring < ar arDUMng
During the day a baseball bK U game JDe will willbe willbe ill illbe
be played p d between the L D S T r L and andAY andS andv
AY v S A of Ogden These Th teams have havemet hayemet havetact
met once this year eer and the K V S A won wonThe wonThe wonThe
The return game is to be played on May Iay Iayi
27 at Lagoon LagoonUNITED LagoonUNITED LagoonUNITED
UNITED STATES VS FRANCE FRANCEInternational FRANCEInternational FRANCEInternational
International Shooting Match Has HasBeen HasBeen ItasBeen
Been Arranged ArrangedResults ArrangedResultsSent Results j
Sent by Cable Cablew CableXfW CableYew
Yew w York May Iay H XRvotver Revolver and nd rifle rifleshooters rUteshooters rifleshooters
shooters are practicing pract in for a match with withFrench withFrench withFrench
French experts to be held this month monthby menthby mentitby
by cable cableThe cablThe cableThe <
The American will shoot at Green Greenville Gr Greenville n nville ¬
ville N J Results Re ults from here will be becabled becabled becabled
cabled to Paris and results r lts from fr m there therewill therewill therewill
will be cabled to thf this country The TheAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American team will be composed ed mostly mostlyof
of members of the Manhattan Rifle and andRevolver andReover andRevolver
Revolver club of this city They are arebeing now nowbeing w wbeing
being chosen by b > competition competitionThe
The conditions of the match call for forfifteen forfifteen forfifteen
fifteen men to a team each man to shoot shootforty 8hootfort shootforty
forty fort > shots with the rifle at 2W 0 yards on onthe onthe onthe
the French target and forty shots at atfifty atfifty atfifty
fifty yards ards on the standard American Americantarget Americantar Americantarget
target tar et with the revolver revolverThere reolverThere revolverThere
There are no restrictions on revolver reohersi revolversights i isights
sights si hts ammunition er trigger < 1 pull cx except cxcept CXcept
cept that no set t triggers are allowed on onrevolvers onrevolvers j
revolvers revolversB I IB
< Soecial to Th The Herald HeraklProvo HeraldProvo HeraldProve
Provo May lay 10 1On On Saturday the B B Y YC YC YC
C of Logan and the B Y U C track and amifield andfletd andfield
field teams will meet on the B Y U Ucampus Ucampus Ucampus
campus in this city clt The Provo boys boysfeel bo bofeel boysfeel >
feel quite confident of scoring scorin another anothervictory anotlurictoo anothervictory
victory against Logan and are in fine fineform tineform 1 1form
form for the event The B Y U ath athletes athletes athletes ¬
letes are also greatly pleased that ar arrangements arrangements ¬ I Irangements
rangements have been bef n made whereby the theservices thesenlces theservices
services of C T Teetzel as coach have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been secured for next year ear The prom premise promIse promIse ¬
ise of continued training under such an anefficient anefficient anefficient
efficient man has increased In < reaRed the enthusi enthusiasm enthumasm enthuelsam
asm of the athletes and created a de de detttJJ1lnstion dctermInation
termination on the part of all to put putforth putforth putforth
forth their best efforts and to leavc leavenothing leavcnothlnJ leavcnothing
nothing undone that will help to gain SHinthe gainthe
the state championship for the B Y U UAthletic Uf UAthletic LAthletic
Athletic Club For Murray MurrayThe MurrayTile MurrayThe
The Murray Athletic association filed filedarticles fllooartictes filedarticles
articles of incorporation yesterday in the theoffice fheoffice theoffice
office of the county clerk The aseo aseotion a6Uon amoS amoStion
tion is incorporated for MO years le mrs rs with a acapital aCltpital acapital
capital stock of iCoM 506 divided Into 310 310sljares i80sl1arc 10 10shares
shares < of the par value of Jl 10 each The Thecorporators TbeIncorporators TheIncorporators
Incorporators are L C Miller J W V Ca Cahoon Caltoon Caboon
boon W V G Churches s P Bentz and T TJ TT TJ
J Birch BirchBowling BirchBowling BirchBowling
Bowling Alleys Incorporate IncorporateThe
The Palace Bowling Alleys club incOt incorporated incOtporoted Incotporated ¬
porated yesterday with a capital stock of orSlOoeo ofs100o
10090 divided into 10000 shares of the thepar thepar
par value of n 1 each The headquarters headquartersof
of the dub clu are In Salt Lake and the in incorporatprs Incorporatprs Incorporatprs
corporatprs are A S S 2lmmerman A A G GCrabbe GCrabbe GCrabbe
Crabbe O C Hatch Henry G Evans Evansand ERnsut Evansand
and George W V Wright WrightDr WrightDr
Dr E M Keysors Method of Filling Fillingteeth Fillingteeth Fillingteeth
teeth is painless p inlCSB 162 Main strwVfVuer strwVfVuerbach str striiAuor striiAuorback r
bach Bids Phones B 1120K U K Ind 117
Judging from the CQmments cgmmcnts mad iliad in ine I
thc e gtventh tcntJt venth when Girjilla GI GitjilluhIt > IIIU hit it the bJM bJMto bell u
Into tile tlu right field beac bteaefitb tS andw and went wentto > t tto
to third base on the play 11t after being bHngcausht bfo4n bfo4ncaught beingcaught
caught and touched by Reilly the fans fansdid
did not Understand bow ow It h hepoeeued fJetted > p i l
They called lodly lodl on the umpire to call
Gimlin out but the umpire was right t
When ben the ball was as hit into the bleach bleacherg j
ers on one of the spectators threw the ball ballto baitto ballto
to Stickney The ball should have been j I IfieldEd
fielded in to Tez Tozer r who should have havestewed havestepped I
stewed Into th th box thus putting the theMil
Mil in play Runners can travel the
bas hues s at will until this Is Isdonfo Gone It is iswhat iswhat I
what is known as a Mocfced ball ballReiily baNRtilly
00 00Reilly
Reiily was was given second on a balk balkwhile balkwblle balkwhile
while Leahy wanted to go to first fi t on onthe Onthe
the sump balk but was 8S called CIII back by I
the umpire The base runner only is isentitled isentitled
entitled toadvance to adVance a b base 8e on a balk balkGimlin baniw baniGimtln balk0c I
0c w C CGimlin
Gimlin said last evening everIn that h he did didnet didntt didnot
net take I loon out of of the game in the theseventh thetcenth theseventh
seventh because he was 8S afraid Salt Lake LakeWHS LaktliS Lakewag
wag liS getting to him Hoon has a bad badelbow badelbow bailelbow
elbow and has l hieen een n complaining of it itfor itfor itfor
for a couple < of days lie told Gimlin Gimlinyesterday Gimlinyesterda Gimlinyesterday
yesterday when WJf11 he went in for the11th the thuroath sov soventli
oath < and said it was bothering him himInstead himhtC5t68d himIncitoad
Instead of taking any an chances therefore thereforeGimlin thrfortGimlin thereforeGimlin
Gimlin decided to let Thomi Thompson son n finish finishthe finihthe finelithe
the came cameWhen 11ImeVhen gameWhen
When Buster Brown Bresino caught causlitH cau caughtReIlly ht htntllly
H ntllly Ily off second the fan ta were not notslow notslow notslow
slow in yelling yellin at the big chief to wake wakeI waketll
up W This This however is how it happened happenedOBrien
OBrien 0 Brlt11 was on lirst and playing oft oftquite ofrquite of ofquite
quite a distance and UH Bit Chief took tookhis tookhlB tookhis
his eyes off tlie ball for an instant and andyelled aJHIyelled andyelled
yelled at Darby Darb to look out for a throw throwBefore throwBefore throwBefore
Before Reilly got through talking how however however ¬
ever Hoon whipped the ball U to Breeino Breeinoand Breeinoand llreolnoand
and it was all off with the Big Bi Chief ChiefGimlin ChiefGimlin Chiefa ChiefGimlin
Gimlin has another new man His name nameis nameI nameIs
is I John lIerdwig and he comes from Lo Lodi Lodl Lodl
dl Cal Herdwig arrived in Salt Lake LakeInat Lakelast Lakelast
last evening and will be seen in a uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form today He is an outfielder and andGimlin antiGimlin andGimlin
Gimlin casually < remarked rt > that he was wasa
a hard hitter If he meant that Herd Herdwig IIerdwi herdwig
wig wi is a harder hitter than some someof 5Qmeor someof
of the Lobsters are it will be a sad day
for the Elders pitching staff staffA
it itA
A notable improvement at the ball park parkthis parkthis parkthis
this season is leaving a portion of th thgrandstand thfgrandstand the thegrandstand
grandstand without the wire screen This Thisis ThisIs Thisis
is done for the benefit of those who whocomplajn wllocompl whocomplain
complain compl in of the screen hurting their eyes eyeswhile ee3while eyeswhile
while watching watchln the game me Judging from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th remarks heard yesterday ye tfrda this inno innovation innovation innovatlon ¬
vation will be greatly appreciated appreciateilit
C 4 4Stlckneys itStlckne C CStlckneys
Stlckneys Stlckne s onehanded catch of Hastings Hastingslong Raslinbg flastingslong
long g drive rie to right was a feature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the game and the Southern league le 1 e out outfielder ontfielder outfielder ¬
fielder won a home with the Salt Lake Lakefans Lakcfan Lakefans
fans Stickney nearly duplicated the thetrick thetrick thetrick
trick in the fifth when hen Gimlin sent nt a aIons aJon along
Ions Jon drive to the same field Stickney Stickneymade Stickneymade Stickneymade
made a jump for the ball but was un unable unable Unnlkt ¬
able to hold it i lIe was not however howevergiven howevtrIven howevergiven
given Iven an error as it was an extremely extTtmelyhard extremelyhard
hard chance and would have been a cir circus cirI cm cmens ¬
CUB catch if he had d nailed ied it it itHere itC
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I Here is a baseball problem for the fans fansto fansto fansto
to work out How can a team s ret t six sixhits stchltc sixhits
hits In a single inning without scoring scoringa scorl
I fa a run runThe runThe
I it itI
The band of sheep in right field Is to tobe tobe tobe
I be a regular fixture at the park this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season Whenever th the diamond gets ets a alittle aI alittle
little rough Red Norton herds sheep sheepfor shttpfor sheepfor
for a while hile and smooths down all the thehigh thehigh thehigh
I high places Then again the band of ofsheep orsheep ofsheep
sheep does away with a lawn mower in inthe iftthe Inthe
the outfield outfieldOW outfiekIOkl outfieldOki
OW Bill Hansen went w < nt after the foul foulflies foulflies foulflies
flies yesterday Just as he did in days oC oCyore oryore 0 0yore
yore when winning games from Salt Lake LakeSeveral IAlkSeeral LakeSeveral
Several that came his way were nailed nailedwithout nailedwithout nailedwithout
without any trouble on his part partThe partTI1 partC
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The TI1 opening of the Salt Lake baseball baseballseason lJ baseballseason 5tbaJiseason
season might properly be termed an anauspicious anauspicious anauspicious
auspicious occasion That is there was wasa as asa
a big parade para c headed by a brass hra < band bandfollowed bandfollowed bendfollowed
followed by b the Oquirrh and Wasatch Wasatchteams Vasatchteams asatch asatchtfaJn8
teams of o the Grade School league in full fullbaseball fullb fullbaseball
baseball b RebaH regalia The youngsters carried carrieda
a banner upon which was printed Com Coming Coming Coming ¬
ing Salt Lakers The boys looked proud proudas
as a they the walked down the street as they theyshould theysbould theyshould
should for are not they the the best two twoschool twoschool twoschool
school teams in the City School league leagueBehind Jt aBehind leagueBehInd
Behind these boys OO S came a halfdozen halfdozenautomobiles halfdozfn3utomoblle halfdozenautomobiles
automobiles s each eh loaded down with baH baHtossers beHtossers baRtoosers
tossers and one o could almost read the thethoughts toothoughts thethoughts
thoughts of Dad Clark Father Gim Gimlin Gilnlin Ghnlie ¬
lin and Old War ar Horse Hansen as they theygrinned tht thtnned theygrinned
grinned nned defiance at everything Salt SaltLake SaltI SaltLake
Lake They probably had it all ar arranged arrangedto anranged ¬
ranged rangedto to do just what they t > y did but butthey butthey butthey
I they cannot l Iw e blamed for this because becausethey becauscthe becausethey
they the live in Ogden OgdenThe OdenThe OgdenThe
The parade was wa late in starting as 3 a asnowstorm aSftOwstorm asnowstormhad
snowstorm snowstormhad had the right ri ht Of way wa in spite spiteof spiteof pitr pitrof
of the promises made by b the weather weatherman wtatherman weatherman
man At the time set for the start the thesnow thfnow thesnow
snow was 110 falling in large lar f chunks ana anathis anathl5 aucthis
this had the effect of keeping the crowds crowdsaway crowdaWRY crowdsaway <
away from the t game As it was the thediamond theliRmornl thediamond
diamond was in anything a thing but good 001 con condition condition 11 11dition ¬
dition awl the th weather was anything but butinducive butInduelc butInducive
inducive to good baseball baseballTROPHY bsselNtllTROPHY baseballTROPHY
Handsome Silver Cup Offered Two TwoTime TwoTime TwoTime
Time Winners of InterScho InterScholastic InterScholastic InterScholastic ¬
lastic Contest ContestThe ContestThe ContestThe
The firm of J II Leyson Ler n Co o has haseon hatlOI114 hastOU14
eon lOI114 forward in the > interest of college collegesports coliegesports Igf Igfsports
sports by it offering a handsome trophy to tothe tothe tothe
the winners < of th inJersoholHstic slate slatetrack statetrack
track and field meet It isa i a silver tro trophy tm tmphy ¬
phy Jh CUp one of the most t valuable tro trophy trruh ¬
phy uh cups UPR ever offered offer for an athletic athleticevent at athetieevent ltk ltkevent
event of any kind in the city It will br brsuitably IKCuftabl Isahitably
suitably engraved by the firm with the thinames thenames thenames
names of the th I he winners antI the members membersof
of if the winning winln team te tm < The only cupola stipulation cupolation tipulatlon ¬
tion that is made with the offer is i that thatone thatone thatOne
one 5 chool will have to win the cup twice twieeto
to retain ownership of it It The cup will willbe willbe
be ready for the t comins state meet and andthe andthe
the school winning wjnnin it this year ear will re retain retain mctam ¬
tain tam possession of it until the next years yearstrack yearstrack ears earstraek
track meet m t rolls around aroundCOMMERCIAL aroundCOMMERCIAL
Bell Phone Team TeamHarris TeamHarris TeamHarris
Harris 3 2Ruttie 2t2 Z 1 11 557 557Buttle Q1nttle
Buttle 157 J JJI lS4 lS4Knaw l lKIMlYK 1I 41 41Knees
Knees 1 6 1S 18ft 189 1StHellrd l lTreard MZ MZHeard
Heard 1 li ft 1W 175 175 4 44ft 44ftYalker 14i 14iVaiker i iWalker
Walker W 111S M 1St l 1S5551 1S5551Totals 5 S d51 d51Totals MlTotals
Totals T7 77C 85 S5iI SK SKA 6 6A I
A H HCrabbe Crabbe Team TeamIt i in
It Itrewerten US 15 1 117 6 T 4 4McAllister r9 r9I 4PMcAllister
McAllister > I mster 1 H8 132 1 15 1 150 4II 4IIIjirine 41b 4i1arine
Ijirine 134 1 1511 1SZ 1 tel telOteoT 151Olson
1 = U URussell
Olson b 1W W I 14 51f 713 713Russell
Russell 1 161 1 I1U < W 1 IP IiI IiITotsls 4dTotals < 1
Totals 771 788 738 76G 76GNICE 766 7I6NiCE 233 233MICE
Detroit May Ia W 10AIJf Abe Attel of San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco I IFrands4
Francisco got a decision tk cislon over Harry HarryForbes HarryForbts HarryForbes
Forbes of Chicago tonight toni ht at Light Guard Guardarmorv Guardarmon Guardarmory
armory after ten rounds of extremely extremelytame extnmeltKme extremelytame
tame sparring The Th < big bi audience ex expressed cxpressed x xpleSSld ¬
pressed its dissatisfaction by b hooting hooUn and andiitanms andhissing andhissing
hissing iitanms the Ic fighters jj htEr beginnIng yo ginnln e efirst in the thefirst thefirst
first round and continuing all througli tTJrOtigh A Aconsiderable Aeonei Aconsiderable
considerable eonei eroble art > art of the audience left leCtthe leftthe t tthe
the armory before the fight was hair hairthrough halthrou halfthrough
through throughAMERICAN throu throughAMERICAN h hAMERICAN
At St Paul P1I1St St Paul 4 Kansas City g gAt 6 6t tAt
At t Indianapolis IndlanapolisIndianalHlis Indianapolis i Colum Columbus CoIumi Columbus ¬
bus 6 6At 11At
At i Minneapolis 1nneap01isUnneapolls Minneapolis 1 Milwau Milwaukee MiIwaukee ¬
4 + San Francisco May 180 1ft InJatmS James E EBritt EJrltt El3nItt + +
+ Britt and Battling BatUin Nelson aft after < r a anumber anumber +
+ number of fruitless meetings today todayagreed + f
4 + agreed tonight to a match of twm lwnt twenty + f ftty
tty + t ty rounds roun l efore the Vestcrn Atli AlhIetle Athletie + f fletic
+ letic club to take place either In InJuly iT1Jly 1nJuly +
+ July or August The men are it to f fweigh + +
+ 4 weigh 1X3 pounds at 6 t p m on the theday th thday + 4 4day
+ day of the match Each man posted + 4
+ 4 2SO 500 with Harry Corbett and the th + 4club f
+ 4 club put up a like sum The refe referee rfftree +
+ ree is to be agreed a eed upon five days daysbefore +
4 before the fi fight fightThe = ht htTIJe + t
+ The hitch in the earlier negoti ne negotiatlons oU oUalions +
+ V atlons was caused by a disagree dlsagreement 4 4 4f
+ f ment over the amount ofthe purs purSE purSEX pur9Nelson > + 4 4Nelson
+ Nelson X lson insisted upon 65 65fer per cent of ofthe +
4 4 the gross receipts lint Britb refused refusedto + t 4to
+ 4 to accede to this clause as he has hIlSheretofore hasheretofore 4 +
4 + heretofore been receiving a bonus honusfrom 4 4from
4 + from clubs on account of being beln a adrawing adrawing + f
+ drawing card The S5 0 per cent clause clauStwould 4 4would t
4 would be a bar to the customary custOn custoniarbonus ry rybonus + t tbonus
+ bonus The Western club which Is isa Isa +
4 + a new aspirant for pugilistic honors hOborshoweer honorshowever +
4 however agreed to give the sum Nel Nelson Nelson +
+ 4 son named The Western Is repre repref represented 4
4 f sented by b Sam Berger the former rormeramateur 4 4amateur 4 4amateur
+ amateur heavyweight boxer boxerelson boxerNelson + 4
4 + Nelson elson will leave for Philadelphia Philadelphiat 4 f ftomorrow
± 4 tomorrow and will return here hereYL 4 4July 4 4July
July YL 1 L Li + 4
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+ 4 + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + tt + + + + + + + ift + + + 4
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unable to enjoy bodily comfort or any of the pleasures of life Some are arebound arebound arebound
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stiff joints and muscles and andoften andoften
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which they the live in In constant were CK so < sti stiff that I could not use them I was mi
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attack when at the least cx pitiable condItiOn S S S cured me after using usingposure uStngposure usingposure
posure to damp weather or it for f r awhile and I unhesitatingly unhesita ngly give it the theslight theslight theslight
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board of directors of the Desert Dt Moun 1IInunlain MounthIn ¬
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held on the 22d day of April 1995 1 assess assessment 3S3WSment assessnent ¬
ment No o 1 of onefourth V t cent per pershare JMr1ar persnare
share 1ar was levied upon the capital capitalof stock stockof stkof
of the corporation issued and outstand outstanding outtanding outstandIng ¬
ing payable immediately to the treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer at his office 317 West W t North Temple Templestreet Templestreet Templestreet
street Salt Lake City Clt Utah UtahAny UtAhAn UtahAny
Any An stock upon which this assessment assessmentday assl88mentmayr asacininentmny
mayr mny rOmaln main unpaid on Tbuniday the 1st 1stda 1stday
day da of June 1905 will be delinquent de nquent and andadvertised AndadErtised andadvertised
advertised for sale Ie at public auction and andunless andunlt antiunlegs
unless Ss > payment pa ment Is made before will 111 Ire Iresold besold liesold
sold on Friday Frida the 16th day tla of June Jft Jftat J9iJi J9iJint 39at
at 2 oclock p m at the treasurers of office offlce offlee ¬
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Ami nfl in accordance aOr with 1t1a law 1815ordt laworder u uorder >
order > r of the board of directors tII tors ma m < 1 i T Tthe 1tht I Ithe
the 4th day of April ME I so mary a Hor Sof r rof
of each parcel pare < 1 of stock as may ma be b4S3r r rsar rSai3 <
sar S3r > will be sold Id at public auctioi auetinoffice o ooffice Joflicf
office of the company CO at 716 > H5 D 101 ly h hinllt hing l ling
ing Salt Lake City Vtah Utah on the th Lf y yof i iof Iof
of May ISIS at 23B = 3ft oclock p p m t tthe 1tbf tthe
the delinquent dtJjnQIJ ut assessment a nt thor thrN thrNthr thereg > i igather
gather g ° thr with ith the costs of advertiMnj advertiMnjexpense a advertiigexpense n > rtiin rtiintXPfnse
expense of f sale If IfA
A REEVES Se Sent1 Sent1Firot rnin rninFirst rt i iFirst
First Publication May 1 16 19 19Assassment 1 1AssassmentNe i506 i506AssassmentNe
AssassmentNe Assassment N 13 13W 13w 13WABASH
cipal place of business Salt Lake LakeUtah LakpLtah LakeUtah
Utah Notice is hereby given iven tht thatmeeting thtJDffting thtmeeting
meeting of the board of directors directorsthe directorthe < I Ithe
the 26th h day of April 1S66 an asw aswof afof ae aeof >
of five cents ie 5e per snare was wason wason as ason
on the t h capital ca Dital stock of o the corpr corprpayable core r rpayable r rpa
payable pa ble on or ol before the 27th 27thMay ithXa 27thMay
May Xa 19 1 1905 1 to W Mont Ferry se r rat rat
at room Kl 1 Atlas block West WestSouth s sSouth 1 1South
South street Salt Lake City Utah Utahstock rta Utahstuck h hstock
stock upon which this assessment nt m mmain nu numain r rmain
main unpaid on the 27th day of May Maywill Ma Mawill Ia Iawill
will be delinquent and advertised fo foat for forat j jar
at public auction and unless paytn paytnof pavnimale
orI St Stof
male ar before will r be sold on the lt h hof
of June 1 lOOk to pay the delinquent T Tment 1Intnt iment
ment together t < with the cost of ai aiing aI aIin C Cing
ing in and expense of sale saleW saleMONT saleK
W MONT FERRY SeTI SeTIIx scfItP scfItPLoeB SeprtirvLocation
Ix LoeB Location > cation tion of office No o i21 1 1 Atlas AtUsSalt A AtlasSalt tI u uSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahTO LtbNotice UtahNotice
Notice NoticeTO NoticeTO
Verna Mining company COIIIpanSotir NoUre is s sby r rby r rMay
by gives that on Monday t the lth lthay < ia iaMay
May > ay 1Mi at the hour of 2 oclock oclockof o l c cof
of said day da a special meeting meet in K If Ifstockbolden < if ifheld f fstockholders
stockholders of the said compmy compmyId w wheld
held Id at t the t offices > s of Harrington Barringtonford to toford c cford r 1
ford room 333 Atlas A tlas block Salt > a I t I ICity L ICity r rCity
City Utah for the purpose of con conimr eonsi eonsitag on onIng <
tag and voting on tb theluesdon 4t1tton of 1 iIiu 1 1I
imr I article six of the articles artic1snf of in n irr irrration rp rpration rpration >
ration of said company by incrnug InlrpJ l I g r rcapital e ecapital acapital
capital vock Mock from thirty thousai T Tlars i ilays
lars divided into three th hundred hundredshares t ti tishares < 1n 1nha > >
shares ha of ten t n cents each to fifty thou a adollars adollars adollars
dollars divided into five fh hundred hundredand bun hunaridsand rtj rtjNod
and shares of ten cents Tits each n nsuch 11BUch I Isuch
such other business as may legaV legs cVL cVLbefor < tu tubefore oi oibefore
before Aid a meeting meetingJESSE g
Secretary retarY of the Versa amia amiaDated lmiIlated lOin lOinDated
Dated at a Salt s lt Lake City April
Notice of Stockholders Meeting WeetmgA Mcetin McetinA
ers e of Walker alker Brothers banker bankersporation it itporaUoD t tporaUon
poraUon will be held at its i 11 11buSiDe8B 11buhineos > U Ubusiness
business corner of Main and andSouth anl1South andSouth
South streets Salt Lake City Clt I ITuesday t r rTuesday
Tuesday the 23d Sd day of May lla llaoclock Mayoclock l loclock
oclock p m for f the purpose > t tering rcLing >
cLing the advisability ot amendir amendirarticles amenIirarticles
articles of incorporation by Incrensrj Incrensrjcapital Inerea Inereacapital
capital stock five hundred < 3pe > si sis I Iso
so s that the entire issue will willtwentyfive willtwentyfive >
twentyfive hundred < ij 2700 shar sharpar sharpar
par value of two hundred and fty ftyPres f fsand
sand 350Oi0 doiIars doiIarsX
Pres PresL fl flL
Stockholders Meeting MeetingTHE MeetingTILE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF 1 1stockholder i it itstockholders
stockholder of OM thd Salt Lake Bwr BwrTrade fleIri fleIriTrade
Trade will be lieid at the office officeOntario ufuiceOntario >
Ontario Silver Mining company Mi MiW M Mblock
W block ck Salt Lake City T utah tah on MOT MOTJune Mir1 Mir1June
June 12th 1905 at 10 oclock a i m mthe rnthe
the election of a board of direeters direetersthe
the transaction of such other bni bnias DU I Ias
as may be necessary necessaryJOHN necessaryJOHN
JOHN E DOOLYSerrtu DOOLYSerrtuSalt rloorY Serrlt SerrltSalt
Salt Lake City Utah May 9 W WSixty rflSixty >
Sixty Years Experience of an Old OldNurse OldNurse
Nurse NurseMrs NurseMrs
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup is t te teprescription e eprescription
prescription of one of tn the best fmale fmalephjsiciaBs
physicians and nurses in the I trtei trteiStates r re a aStates
States and has been used for sixty yars yarswith yarSwith
with neverfailing success li4iCC by millions millionsmothers Pf Pfmothers
mothers for their children Dunce tn tnprooese tI tIprocess
process of teething its value Is B incalcuia incalcuiabie incalcuiide
bie It relieves the child from pain cures curesdiarrhoea cre crediarrhoea
diarrhoea griping in the bowels and wind windcolic wIndcofle
colic By giving givinghealth health to th the child it itrests itrests
rests the mother Price 75 cents a bottle

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