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SCALP INDIANS INDIANSStanleys INDIANSStanleys INDIANSStanleys
Stanleys Bunoh of Prize P ze Winners WinnersArrives WinnersJ WinnersI
I Arrives Ani in CityPRESIDE City CityPRESIDENT cityPRESIDENT
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PRESIDENT T WILLIAMS WIL MS HERE HEREREILLY HEREREILLY HERERELLY
REILLY SHUFFLES SHUFFlES HIS HISLlNEUP HISLlNEUPFOR LINEUP LINEUPFOR liNEUPFOR
FOR TODAYS TO DAYS GAME GAMESalt GAMESflJ GAMESfLK
Salt SflJ Lake LakeKtirkney lke k kafte kaftetiekney e
Strkney Ktirkney r f fOBrien L Raymond Ryf J ats atsFerris MOBrlen s sOBrieu
OBrien 2 b bMuller Ferris Fri 2 b bBaxter bMuller
Muller luler I f fThornton Baxter Bte 1 b bMftrtinke DThornton bThornton
Thornton 1 b bttellly Mftrtinke XrUfk 1 f fEgan ZTE1Uy I Inely
ttellly nely 3 b Egan En 1 b bLewis bD hD
3 D > lmas Ima ss ssLeahy s Lewis Lyri r f fSwain fLahy fLahy
Leahy Lahy c cHaynes Swain SwIn J j u f fMatt tHan1e fITanep
Haynes Han1e ITanep m l 1 L LThomas Stly StlyThomas staiaeye staiaeyeThnmas
Thomas or orTfZfr o McIsiiI leJ r rTPzer f fTnzer
TfZfr p SI p pIat pMalt
Matt Iat Stanley Stanly JftM Indians the t team tef that thatlias tMtl ththas
has l > S been bn winning winDI wInntn so s o many may of the thegames th thgames
games hi i the P N league le this thisson tll8 tll8SOH
son hit tte Ut th town last l t night and an will willlinf wi willIii
linf l Iii m up agairwH a wgain i the th Elders Eder thi this after ater aternl afteroI
1 on nl Reilly Rely has hs a grudge d e against apim his hisfe hisrmer hI hIrmer
fe > rmer team tanl nmtee m int for fe fe the th scandalous scandalouswayx sllus sllusa icai4a1oUSi
wayx i a in whichthey hi < Rpey treated treate him on o his hisre hisreEnt hisre
re reEnt ent trip north nth and says sys h will wi doal do doall dOall
all al he hE can cn to capture epul csptU a majority mjty of th thgames th the thegames
games in the th series s The result reult shouid shouidprove sbuk shouMprove
prove interesting interestingMany intere8in intere8inMany
4 Many of o the Spokane team tem are arernfliar fa familiar famiar ¬
miliar miar to Salt Sl Lake LIk fans fan Matt Statt Stattly S StflI
ly l y captain capain and an catcher atcher is well known knownas knwn knwnas own ownas
as a quiet quit gentlemanly nteanly player phyeand phyeandone and andone andone
one of the cleverest devere backstops bckstop that has hasc h haSvr
c Vfr played plaYe In the th P N leagw let He Hehas He4as Hehas
has complete charge ch of the team te this thisyear thi thl thltt
year tar tt and from fro the t way Spokane Spkne stands standsIn stnds stndsIn sandSIn
In the percentage peret t table tb he h must lU be bemaking D bemaking
making good go George G Ferris Feri at atI second secondic
ic I t too < > o well wel known knwn here to ne ne need d men mention mentJn ¬
tion 101 beyond byond that tht he is I l always there thereEgun thrE thereEgan
Egan Igan the youngster oun ter who wh plye played short shortfor shortfor shortfor
for Salt Sal Lake Lke two years y r ago 0 is with withthe withth
3 the th team A speedy s speedy youngster youn st then thenhf thn thnhr thenh
hf h has had hd two t wo yean ys rf experience and andhas andpas and1aS
has made ma good go use 11 of them expc The Th other otherarc oUt oUt1r D4hCrI
I arc 1r rc now nfw fl9 fa faees e to local lal fans In Ray Raymond Ray Raymond RRYflorid ¬
mond it is claimed calr they have hy the fast fastest fat fattst fastcst ¬
est tst and hardest hret hittng hitting shortstop Nltsop hi hithe I hith
the thE th league leale Reilly Reiy has h changed ch etl hi hibatting his hisbatln hisbatting
batting order orer around considerably conMerblv and andwill andwi andwill
will wi have Haynes HaYn in middle midl ReW f for fortodays fertoda fortodays
todays toda s same jam
Pr Prldent dent det Williams Vnim of the th Spokane Spokaneteam
tram tfam arrived arrve in the th city last evening eveningand
i and will i remain rmn through Ur u 1 this tll aeries ris
t He say sy says the game s is i booming blng up in inSpokane inpkan InSpokane
Spokane pkan this tbt year yer but that they tbe have havehad
had miserable mirb weather th H says sys he
has a number numbr of youngsters yonters on o his histi histam histeam
ti tam am this season s all al of whom wO he hethinks hethink hethinks
thinks think are ar comers mr He belive beltvs it I is isa isa Isa
a better btttr policy pli to get gt men m on th thay way W WU
to t U the big leagues I eague ined instead of players playerson
I on their thir way Wa wa down downImpire on onImpirf downI downVnhpire payer
Impire Impirf John MucRea R a who I has hs been beenat beenat n nat
at f Ikint > okane since nee the th season openid openidtonifs on opondeon1s d dt
tonifs t n1S to S Slt Sail H Lake Lke this thi week wek te t of ¬
o
ficiate fdate in th the games am between Mlwen Salt St Luke Lukeand l LakeiLIVI
and lld Spokane William FUlm Settey tey who whoncrkd whoirkd
ncrkd with wih th th the indicator iito here h teat teatx J lastgoes
x tk ck goes go to Ogden Og to handle hndle tHs t th in intufatifr InCt
tufatifr diltf Ct ttffi In the g pJben K Aies es between Ogd OdOII OdOIIand it itand l
and Boise BoiseThe Bis BisTh
1 The Th league leaue season a opens in Ogden
opn
today with Ogden e lined ln up against f3t
Boise Hois This will wi be b the th first f t MS league leaguegame leagueganw leaguegame
game played in Ogden and it is ex exptcted exp exrected
ptcted p > td a big bi crowd will be out to see seethe seethe
the t be sport Th T Tbe mayor is to pitch th t the
first ball and a street parade ara has fta been beenarranged Beenarranged beenarranged
arranged to take place just before th thgame the thegamE thegame
game > Reports from Ogden are that
tho th Junction City has the bas baebaM baH fe fevi tEnr f fTr
vi nr Tr r bad this year owing to the great greatrvford greatrnrd greatrflrd
rvford Gimlin has ha made > on such short
time in setting his team together As
Boise and Og Ogden en are a pretty close in
tu t I leagtie 8gte race the games la there this thisT thitk
T > tk k will ill be watched with Itlt interest interestBilly InterestHilly InterestBilly
Billy Lavtelle a director of the the8llt th
Snlt Lake Baseball club returned yes yeS
t rday from Los A Angeles eles where here he hewrnt heWfnt hewent
went with lth the party of business been bien1ast men
last week While away Billy had hadtime h hadtime d dtimp
time to talk baseball and said s id Los
Angeles Antt > les was there when it came to
baseball fans He said also that many
he met over ov < r there were strongly in hib
b favor of forming a league with Salt SaltLake SailLake I
Lake on the circUit clrc lt believing that the theurw UtellPW thelw
urw road could b he used in forming formt
1 1 one on onRI11 >
Billy RI11 Kane who WIa played ed third base bL baseOr
for Or Butte in the Padflc National league eagu
two years t ars ago has signed with Seattle
for this season sea n He was as considered L
the thpbest best third baseman in the league
but took sick before th season seasonoer wa waover wan wanoer
oer and has not
played in fast com company fQpan coinpany ¬
pany pan since that time He was to have ve
bf bPf bcn > n given a tryout on the St Louis
National league Jea team this season but
for some me reason or other was not
Pitcher Pftch r Drmkwater who was as with ftlt
LOP Io Angeles An eles two tW years yea ago and later laterwith
with ith Butte is no now out on the coast
He > has just recovered from a lone
siege of sickness and would like to toiatch tola totateb
iatch la tfh on with some team for the com ¬
ing season s UIn Drinkwater < finished the thereason thefa5Qn theseason
reason l Jut st year with the Park City
team and was on the miners mnen stiff st lr when whenlL
lL they tht > played the famous championship
f series Hrif > s with Eureka EurelutThe EurekaThe EurekaThe
The members of the Seattle aUJe team got ot
to kidding kddin bi bill r Ralph fnry about bin bissyrinting Jaf8rinting binsrinting
syrinting rinting abilities the ether day da and and1alphs andalphs
Kalphs betting blood was stirred He He111OkEd
looked the gang over o r for a victim tim He Hepassed HEpassed Hepassed >
passed up Johnnie Kane Lefty fty Houti Houtiand Houtzand Houtsarid
and Jimmy Jimm McHate cHa of
cours HI and then th > n
his hi ts eye rested re ted on Nick Wiljams lIlal118 Ralph Ralphsizod Ralphsizcd
sizod izd up the slim collegian and con <
luded he would ould make
a reputation rE > as asa asa asa
a sprinter and also al annex annE > X a few ft bucks I Ihy
by beating Nick so he > challenged challe him
to a rac Williams fau 11 i glow 810 easy
going way of o getting opr o oi the ground
that is very e deceptive decepUveand and when ben be heambled beambled I
ambled to the > starting startinglDk imTrfc big Ralph Ralphwas Ralphwas I
was chock full of eenftfienea tJ9II 0o4iilca m D4I 4 h hwas be bewas hawas
was stepping right up i fill > his h te t eS g to toget toJE toget
get JE > t a quick start Th They y started and
Williams imams ftn ftniehd Unfch d alone He is S 5 rich richer rtehE rkkor ¬
er E r now and is looking1 for
some somee noiseeasy m re
easy eas money moneyGrade moneyGrade moneyGrade
Grade School League LeagueTil LeagueT1It
Til Welwters e ers d dt4tad fe4d tbetn1n the th Unions VnkpIn in j jThe
thE Grade SdtOQl
>
Irue gue yester YeMertiM BY
3 score or 21 1 to 11 The Webstere got g t
three home rune in their t ir list of talf I
lies liE > s scored by Scott Case Herbert
Young and Frank Wheeling VII ing The T win wtnne winners i iners
ners ne lined up p L Wooiey VooIe c S Sp Case Casep Cpsep
p H Young You 1 t b F Wheeling 5 h B I IT
T Evers 3 b A U DeGray s s s 8 A Ai
i Wooiey 1 I R R Wallace c f fT J 1
I I Lynch r f fThe rThe 1The
The Otiulrrns defeated the Sumnors j
by a score of 21 to 11 The lineup IIneu of ofthe o oth ofthe
the th winners Hardy e Treeeder T er p j
Birkinshaw w 1 b Makjutst 2 b Daft Dft tt
3 b Edwards Ed rardB s s Shafer r f L Nay NayCrabbes
lor C f Bowen Sor 1 f fCabbes9 fCrabbes
Crabbes 9 Walkers O OThe 0A
1 The A A Iff Crabbes d defeated ed the tlieWalker theWkerStere
l Walker WkerStere tiJker Stera team lit thf tit Commercial Commercialleague Comuierdaileague
r league eague yvptepday 14IIiIt Y by a scpr of 9 to toThe tot totThe
The ymaees inneeS lii lIned ed up Clark rk 1 l b bWood bWood bWood I
Wood 2 b Taylor all a b5 b Mfcddoek liadl1oelfs a as t tS
s Gardinsry G Jdf r J 1 f Fulinwr e efSa4 efSa4den L Saq Saqden a aden
den r f Pfckertag pt p J Young Y I c
ENTRIES FOR CUP RACE RACEFour RACEFour
Four P0 Nations Will Go After Vander Vanderhilt
L
hilt Trophy for Auto Automobiles Automobiles iito iitomobiles
mobiles mobilesNew mobilesXew mobilesNew
New York May M y 16 1Entrles Entries have havepractically havepllLcUcally havepractically
practically closed for the Vanderbilt Vanderblltautomobile Vanderbilt1I1ItotnObUe Vanderbiltautomobile
automobile cup race on Long Island Islandthis Islandthis Islandthis
this fall Thirteen American cars have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been named and elimination races will
be necessary necessar as only ly five starters will
be accepted from any anyone one country
Four nations are represented in the
list The American eliminatory trial is isI
I likely likel to be in the form of a race over overLong overLong overLong
Long Island course early in August
The cup race itself will probably take takeplace takeDlace takeplace
place in Long Island on OcL 7 Sev Several SeOeral 5everat ¬
eral routes are In consideration consl eration by b the thecup theeup thecup
cup commisison < including the tri triangular trlaDgular tn tnangular ¬
angular course over which the first
Vanderbilt race took place and a
twentyfive mile qourse urse further north northwhich northhieb northwhich
which hieb includes more grades than the thetriangular thetriangular thetriangular
triangular and over which the contest contestmight contestmight contestmight
might be held without controls of ofneutralized ofneutraUzed ofneutralized
neutralized territory territoryCOLLEGE territoryCOLLEGE territoryCOLLEGE
COLLEGE COLLEGE VS COLLEGIATE COLLEGIATEClose
i iOIose
Close arid Exciting Game Won by All AllHallows AllHallows AURallows
Hallows by Score of ofl3tolO
> 13 l3tolO to 10 10The 10The
The Collegiate CoJJ ate Institutes ID8Utut were defeated defeatedin L
i in baseball yesterday by All Hallows col colteg colleg collegs
leg legs at the rate of 10 to IS This game gamewas gameWIIS gamewas
was not up to the standard of some of ofthe orthe ofthe
the games played by th the high school
league J e this spring sprln and nd was marked by bys byIS byserious
s serious nou3 IS errors on both sides std S but was close closeand closeand closeand I
and exciting all the way wa through throughTh throughThe thfuughThe
Th The score by innings was as follows lollows134i6 I
123456783 123456783All 134i6 89 89AU
All Hallows 2 4 1 42 4 4 0 I 13 13llegi1lte
Collegiate llegi1lte 3 i 3 i O 2 1 8 11U 11UTh l1UThe 1luThe
Th The lineups 1110 were as fellows fellowsCollegiate f9llowsCollegiate fellowsCollegiate
Collegiate Institute AH Hallows HallowsBayleee HallowsBa Ha1IOWSiSaylese
Bayleee Ba I888 c Co Curran CurranTroxell CurranTr CurranTroxelt
Troxell Tr xell p POwens Owens Stewart StewartHauxkwrst StewartHauxBtlrst StewartHauxharat
Hauxkwrst 1 b Hayes HayesSneddon HayesSfteddon HayesSseddoe
Sneddon 2 b Gallagher GallagherMiller GallagborlIiller GallagherMiller
Miller 5 b Thill ThillJohns ThlllJohns bill billJohns
Johns ss Stewart Owons OwensDenton OwonsDenton I I
Denton 1 1 f Griffin GriffinLarson GriinLarson
Larson c Co f t DooIIttle DooIIttleGtoason DoollttleGleIuion DoolittleGleason
Gtoason > r f Gridley GridleyT
Twobase T b8se hits hltsStewart Stewart 2 Threebase Threebasehits ThreebasehitsJohns ThreebasehitsJohns j
hits hitsJohns Johns Gieason GI Stewart Curran CurranBaees CurranDA CurranBases
Bases DA en n balls 1181 ballsOff IsO Off ff TroxeH 1 olt oltOwens 0 0OWfos ottOwens
Owens 2 off Stewart S 1 Struck out witBy outry outY
ry By Y Troxell 5 by Owens 2 by b Stewart
STANDING OF THE TEAMS TEAMSPacific TEAMSP TEAMSPacific
Pacific P ciflc National League LeagueAVao LeagueVou LeagueWan
Wan Lost P C CSpokane CSpoke
Spokane 11 3 3Ggden aOde 7l 7lOgden
Ode OgdenIloise 7 6
Boise 4 7 3A 3ASalt m gdl gdlSalt I ISalt
Salt Lake 3 S 2TO 2TONational 1UNational 2111National
National League LeagueWe LeagueYe LeagueWon
We Ye Lost P C CNew CNeW
New York 21 1 1Pttts 4 b4W b4WPttlsliurg W WPtttsiNirg
PtttsiNirg Pttts urg IT 1 3 i 6J 5i
Chiea Chicano o 11 IX 1 5W 5Weiofet ilaJlhlkl4elplllia lU lUrhIIa4eIphN
Jlhlkl4elplllia eiofet 41 11 12 I 4W 4WCincmnati 411Clnclnltatf 4l 4lCinctnntt
Cincmnati 11 1 11 11BostOn 468 468Boston 465Boston
Boston 9 16 ZR ZRBrooklyn mkookln l5 l5Brooklyn
Brooklyn ti H 6 6Lenin 3fff 3fffSt
St Le Lenin to 5 17 34 34Amercan Jti JtiAmercan 46 46Amcan
=
Amercan Amercan League LeagueWon LeagueVotL LeagueWes
Won Lost P C CC
Cleveland C ehuHI v 11 S 5 5Philadelphia SIJ SIJPhfwlelplH 5111Philadelphia
Philadelphia 12 l M itS 4S 45Detrelt 4SrVetrwK
Del 11 M M 5lChicugo MChfCMgo I IChb
ChfCMgo Chb < o 11 11wslitngtdn TH tM tWashlnpt
Washlnpt wslitngtdn ft 4 1 J1 itNew 1 582 582New tNeW
New York M 11 H HSt ItsLrouI6 itIJ itIJSt
St sLrouI6 Louis P r T is 12 4S 4SBoston ISSB iZlhtoi
Boston B tOA 9 14 14Western M MtW 5tW
tW Western W stern League Leaguereril Leagueext LeagueWazjLostPC
WazjLostPC WazjLostPCDes ext Lost P C CDe C CDei
De Des Moiwea toia 9 7 7St 5 56 56St 2 2SC
St Joseph 7 7Stowx 7 7StoYx SIP SIPioux
Stowx ioux City Ct 7 7 5
Omaha S SDenver S 5W 5WD 51J1jDener
D Denver ner S S 8CoIora4le 5W 5WColorado W WColorado
Colorado Springs S 8 8NATIONAL C CNATIONAL ti11 ti11NATIONAL
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEBrooklyn LEAGUEBrooklyn I IBrooklyn
Brooklyn May M HBy By winning todays todaysgame tooaysgame todsysgame
game from Brooklyn the score bein beinto being
S to 7 in favor of Pittsbwrg Pltt burg both t teams ams
had an even break on th the series each
b ba having rta r won 1 and lost two lA Lw g hitting j
was as the feature Attendance 8W O Score ScoreR ScoreIt ScoreILHE
R ILHE H E
Pittsovrg 7 J 14 1 0
Brooklyn 7 11 5
Batteries BatteriatLynch Lynch Case and Carisch
Jones Strtoktett and Bergen Two base
htt hits Wagner a r ClancyOwen 1a yOwn Badd Strick
fett Three Th base hits Ritcbe Garrisch
Schreckard breekaM Home runs Cterxe Howard
Baaes oa balla 1IIsOCf Off > Off Jon J0ftt Jo ee 6 2 off Strkikr StrI k =
lett 1 oCt Ly Lyftch ch 2 Struck truek Out OutBy By
Jonee Io 2 by Stricklett kJett I by Lynch ll
Umpire lmpireO 1 ODay ODayGiants ly lyGiants4Coits
Giants Giants4Coits 4 Colts O ONew 0New i iNew
New York May K HThe The Chicago Na Nacecsive
tionabJ were shut out f fw the third Sll sue
rive Ce time by the New evr York cham
pleas today Attendance lSw > Score ScoreR ScoreR
R H E Eork 1
Chk5a Chicago ChicagoNew o 2 3
ork f 3
New York 4 I 0
Batteries BatterieReulttttch Reulhjpch and Klin Ames AmesAmes A
and Bresna1HtJl Bases on BallsOfC
Ames S off ReMlbach 4 Struck Out
By Ames Ii > by y Rewibach 4 UmPires
Bmslie and Idem J
Cardinals 1 Quakers Quakers8Phtladelphgw 8 8Philadelphia 8PhUadelph
Philadelphia May Ia IS 16Tbree Three pitchers
participate pal dlHite in todays game te for th the
home team Sparks started but showed
bed form in the third inning He HIiS was
relieved by D caMweil wlto no pitched to
three men and retired in favor of Cor
rWon Attendance Attendaaeel00J 1000 Score Scorec
ScoreR
R H E
St c Louis Lou T 11 I is 0
Philadelphia Philade s J5 1
Batteries attsnlesTaylo4 Taylor ani as Grady Sparks
i I CaWwell Ca n CorrWon c aD Doom < ra and Abbott i
Two Ba Base HItfIDIlIlIe HIeDvsleavy Htts DHWieAvy J Snwot Tay ¬
lee Titus 2 Magee JL 2 Home Run
< C 6rrWon Bases on Balte BallsOff Off Taylor 1 1rka
apaika rka k 3 Cerrldon Cerrl on 4 Struck Out OutBy By
Sparks 1 1 Corridon C ridon 1 Taylor i Um ¬
pire plreJohnstolM plreJohnstolMAt Johnston JohnstonAt
At Boston B 8tURCinclnnatl BoMunCinciniestlBosten CincinnatiBoston 6n game game
postponed ltefi wet t grounds groundsAMERICAN groun4fAMERICAN groundsAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUESt
St S Louis Alay ela lay H HA A costly blunder by
KookeHneM the local Americans secowd
baseman who held the th ball while > Will 11I ¬
lams scored the > winning winnln run for New ew
York Y ork lost I t theleme the norm > team the opening
sanM tame 4I6 me ft oC Score th LI pr PNHAtS8lies peasant 6 nt series < Attenilance A < t enhance
n It H B
St StJouis
Louis
s sNew 1
New Ne NewYork York 3 7 1
BatteriesHe Batteries BatterlseHweIl Jtewe and Weaver Powell Powellw
and KeIeel KeIeelCb KlelawChIePidieI
Cb ChIePidieI ChIePidieIwtgrn4 lI4 Phf 11 gtl te H tpenQd
w wtgrn4 < t grouniiD grouniiDCleveland
wCJeveJaDCIBo8tegallM
Cleveland CJeveJaDCIBo8tegallM Boet H ga game pdatponed t poetpenedDetfOitWashtgtOn
nrtn nrtnDetroit ndAMroItWastHMgt
rain Detroit MroItWastHMgt DetfOitWashtgtOn Washington game t rbM postponed Ofted
WESTERN LEAGyEy LEK LEXGUE LEXGUEOmaha lE j
Omaha May K Ora OIllC OmhaSt l sSt St Joseph
game I8nteSlCMlX postponed rain rainSioux
Sioux City May K56ouxCtLYC ItSioux CIyColeradc lerade leradegame
Snrmna game postponed postPtlMdDes rlilii rliliiDe ilhDes
De Des Mofnes May MayltDes H 1CD8s Das MIMr5De
ver er game AHle poattNHied JIO tIHHfedPACIFIC pO5tpo0 raia raiaPACIFIC misPACIFIC
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE LEAGUESeattk LEAGUESeattk j
Seattk May X iy 1 No game lm today icrdl y on ac ¬
count f 1 the noaarrivalof lOftalriaI f the Oakland
team teamSan te teninSan <
teS4ut
San Franeiaoo F May Iay 16 1GrJtere TJiere was 88 ne
iHtut H hil I here today OH accownt of ta the i
nonarrival of teams teamsAmerican tealRAmerican teamsAmerican
American Association AssociationAt
At Kansao K 51155 CHy CItYKaneu Kansas City 7 CoHim CoHimAt cohimAt ollim ollimAt
bs
At St Paul JJaILouI aWlLOulevftle LouiBville JlJe game postponed postponedralM pontponedrin
ralM ralMAt
At Mlnaeapotfs poKsiUnQe8pollslndlanapo Minn aponslidanapo
Hs game gfl te postponed d rain rainAt rainAt rnAt
At Milwaukee MftwaalkeeMflwaukee mwauk Milwaukee 6 Toloda 1 1Salt I1CTf 1Slt
1CTf 1CTfSaltLalce
Salt SaltLalce Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies
X7 Dff Dfiv and F FJlti FInhlng iehinfir hinS Main and 3d So S SI
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I BOWLERS BOOST BOOSFOR BOOSTI BOOSTFOR
I FOR SALT LAKE LAKEShow
Show Los Angeles How the Bowling BowlingGame BowlingGame BowlingI
I Game Is Played PlayedCONTEST PlayedCONTEST PlayedI PlayedCNTEST
I
CONTEST BY TELEGRAPH TELEGRAPHRESULT TELEGRAPHRESULT TELEGRAPHRESULT
RESULT IS BIG VICTORY V VICTORY CToRY FOR LO LOCAL LOCAL LOCALALLEY ¬
CAL CALALLEY r rWhen ALLEY MEN MENWhen M METSJJ METSJJWhen ENI ENIlIf lIf
When it comes to boosting Salt Lake Lakeits LakeIts Lakeits
its hats off to the th bowlers The bunch bunchof bunchor bunchoC
of local tenpin artists who have been beenletting wonJttiD beenlettinK
letting JttiD the outside world in general know knowthere knowthere knowthere
there Is such a place as Salt Lake on onthe onthe onthe
the map last night convinced those In InLos InLos InLos
Los Angeles whom the business men menoverlooked menoerlooked menorerlooked
overlooked that this end of the San SanPedro SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro Is in line A contest c ntest by wire be be between betweeit j jtween
tween the crack cra k Salt Lake team and a apicked apicked i ipicked
picked team of f bowlers in the t City of the theAngels tIleAngela theAngels
Angels resulted in an overwhelming vic victory tictory ic ¬ I
tory for the locals localsA I
A VV Smith who is somewhat of a aVooster a1Qoster abooster
booster himself did a little bragging braggingabout brag braggingabout lng lngabout
about what his teammates could do dolast dolast dolast
last week and the result was that the theLos theLos
Los Angeles bowlers challenged the thechampions thechampions theI I
champions for a series of games me5 Smith Smithagreed Smithugretd Smithagreed
agreed to play with the Los Angeles Angelesteam AngeJesteam Angelestrain
team and even with his help the best bestthey bestthe
they the could do was 28pl 14l to 314i 314 for the thelocal thelocal
local team teamAs teamAs teamAs
As soon as the match was over the lo local local hocal ¬
cal team wired wiredSmith Smith to boost for Salt
Lake for the western howlIng wltng tourna tournament tournamfnt tournameat ¬
meat next year Smith wired Ired back that
the Los Angeles players said the scores scoresmade scoresmade scoresmade
made here last evening was th best
kind of boosting Salt Lake needed and
that they the were with this town for the
tournamenthrlng tournament tournament2ehring tournamentehn1ng
2ehring hrlng was the high man tri n In the lo
cat team with 659 Hanes second with
676 i and Henderson third with 611 each eachth Oftchstrom eachstrong
strong enough to stagger an any bowler in
th the United States StatesTbe StatesThe
The scores were as follows followsSalt followsaIt I ISalt
Salt aIt Lake LakeI
I
i ltnd3r 1 Istud3r1Total < lTotal Total
Henderson He 346 g 156 2CO m Ml
Kvans 1 iio 0 2 2M 190 5SI
Zimmerman 16S 16 ZK KM 100 350
2Jhrii hihring n 37 2K 22 3 1ST IJ 6
Hanes ManeaTotals 212 l 31 2S2 ffi5 ffi5Totals 6iBToWtIs
Totals > 1076 1080 MW 3145 3145Los 3H5Los 3145Los
Los Angeles
1Uml let2nLiniLTotal 3rd rdTotal Tot
Dys DYStRger ger 2t se UK i 37 7 OK
grriilk Gray JIT jj MM ITS 5
Smith 1S6 j 1 r IK jp SIS ii
Hyer u 1 iG g ITS 1 170 199
Coneity CODeD tSS j 172 1 198 98 556 i56Totals 556Totals
Totals 857 S8S 351 9 l 2791 2791MEET r oi oiMEET l lMEET
MEET IS J POSTPONED POSTPONEDBig
Big Grammar School Day Goes Over OverIndefinitely OverIndefinItely OverIndefinitely
Indefinitely Because of the thePress thePress j
Press of ExesAt ExesAt Exes j
At a meeting held yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at the juvenile court by students studentsrepresenting studentsrepresenting studentsrepresenting
representing the AntiCigarette leagues leaguesof
of every grammar school in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity I
City it wag decided to postpone in indefinitely indefinitely indefinitely ¬
definitely the immense field day which whichwas whichW1is
was 55 planned a few months ago The Thereason Tber Thereason
reason r ason this stand was taken is that in
the press of final examinations examin tlons the lads
feared that they could not conscien com cien ¬
tiously devote their time to both bqth b th ath ¬
letics and nd studies studiesIt
It was the sense of yesterday ocsterda meet
ing that the big meet in which it is ex expected expected uspected ¬
pected about S 9ft boys will participate participateshould j
should be held soon after the close closeof closeof closeof I
of school and before the students be begin begin begin ¬
gin to leave the city for the country countryresorts countryresorts
resorts resortsThe resortsThe resortsThe
The meet was first broached early in I
April and was then planned for April
29 Bad weather however and a de desire desire desire ¬
sire to call the field tourney tourne while j
Judge Benjamin Lindsey of Denver Denveras Denverwas I Iwas
was as here conspired to postpone the
date Then May Ma 13 was chosen
With hardly three weeks left how however however however ¬
ever the boys decided to take con concerted Concerted concert ¬
certed cert d action toward an indefinite post postDonemenL postDonement i iponement
ponement ponementPRIZE DonemenLPRIZE DonementPRIZE
PRIZE FIGHT FIGHTIN IN NEW YORK YORKOwen YORKOwen YORKOwen
Owen Moran Gets Decision Over At Attell Atten Attell
tell in Secret Boxing BoxingMatch BoxingMatch BoxingMatch
Match MatchNew MatchNew MatchNew
New York May Iay 16 161n In a twenty twentyround twent twentround twentyround
round bout held secretly secretI in the shadow shadowof shadowthe
of the Palisades on the Hudson Ow O Ocen n
Moran of England has secured the thedecision thedecision
decision over Monte Attell of o San SanFrancisco SanFranci SanFrancisco
Francisco Franci o The bout was as fast from fromstart fromstart fromstart
start to finish and was witnessed by
about lit persons personsIn
In the fifth round Attell
got ot home a aSn astraight astraight
straight left lunge on the Jaw and be bean
Sn an to force the fighting but Moran Morangot
got Irfside most of his punches pUl1 < hes and
beat him away They were both very
tired in the he sixth round and in the theseventh
seventh 5 Yenth Moran hooked his left so o
fiercely on the jaw that Attell stag ¬
gered and fell against the ropes ro s The Th Thcall
call of time saved him himThe himThE himThe
The > Californian was a5 strong in the
eighth round but Moran oran swung his his
left to the jaw and drove him almost
through throu h the ropes Again the call of
time saved Attell In the tenth round
Moran failed however and Attell held
his own by clinching and stalling off o
the Englishmans rushes for ten te > n more
rounds Attell was still on his feet at
the end endOGDEN endOGDEN endOGDEN
OGDEN SAUCER SAUCFRTRACK TRACK TO TOOPEN TOOPEN
OPEN MONDAY NEXT NEXTUnless NEXTI NEXTI NEXTUnless I I I
Unless the weather changes material ¬ i
ly from what t it is at the present time i ithe
the new saucer track at t Ogden will I Iopen
open up for or business next Monday Ionda
night Fronj Fro J that time the bicycle bicycleracing bicycleracing
I racing season will be on and Ogden Ogdenwill Ogdenwtll Ogdenwill
will have two race meets a week one oneon oneon oneon
on Monday Jlonda and the other on Thurs ¬
day da The programme calls for open openevents opencents openevents
events in both the amateur and pro ¬
fessional classes A A special train will
be run from from Salt Lake to Ogden that thatnight thatnight thatnight
night to ac accommodate mmodate the local riders ridersand ridersand
and fans who wish to take in the meet meetMarshall meetMarshall
Marshall to toPlay Play Janowsky JanowskyLondonMay JanowskyLondon I
LondonMay London May 16 16Frank Frank J Marshall Marshalli
i of Brooklyn the American Americanchess chess cham champion champion chumplon ¬
pion has decided to accept the chal ¬
lange len e issued by b D Janowsky Jan0 wSky of Paris
lit h which hich the latter confers the odds of
four games The two experts will play
this match as soon as final arrange arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
ments can be made madeRussian madeRussian madeRussian
Russian Lion a Sick Man ManNew Mane ManNew
New e York May 16 16GeorgeHa 16George George Hacken Hackenschmidt Hackenschmidt ken kensehmidt
schmidt the Russian wrestler who was
taken ill Friday Frida in St Louis and ap ¬
peared to be threatened with typhoid
fever feverwho brls S arrived here Ph Physicians Physicianswho slcians
who DO examined iilmtned him said sa1d be he was merely
In need of a rest restB restB
or orB
B O C 13 U UCT C T 9 9the 9The 9The
The B B 9 c C w9tQl fl t s au defeated
the U u C T JunTora 3 n nTors rs yesterday stQrday by a ascor aseor ascorq
scor scorq of 13 to 9
BIG OCEAN RACE RACEIS RACEIS RACEIS
IS POSTPONED POSTPONEDDense
Dense Fog Prevents Start of Yachts YachtsAcross YachtsAcross YachtsC
C Across Atlantic AtlanticWILL AtIanticWilL AtlanticWILL
WILL TRY TO START TODAY TODAYWORLDS TODAYWORLDS i iWORLDS
i
WORLDS FASTEST YACHTS TO TOCOMPETE TOCOMPETE TOCOMPETE
COMPETE FOR CUP CUPNew CUPNew CUPNew
New York May 16 16Eight Eight of the theeleven theeleven theeleven
eleven yachts which had hap been entered enteredfor enteredfor enteredfor
for the thc30001nlie 3000mile race across across the Atlan Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
tic ocean for the 500 clip c cup p offered offe ed by
the German omperor lay silently sn ntJ3 at atanchor atanchor atanchor
anchor within the tli shelter of Sandy
Hook tonight for the start of the race racehad racehad racehad
had been postponed until noon tomor tomorrow tomorrow toniorrow ¬
row because of the fog A dense denseblanket denseblanket denseblanket
blanket of mist hung all day over the theHook theHook theHook
Hook and the sea outside where the thestart thestart thestart
start was to have been
made and d at
nightfall there was nothing to indicate indicateclearer indicateclearer Indicateclearer
clearer weather tomorrow The small ¬
est yacht in the fleet fleet the American Americanschodner
schooner Fleur de Lis owned by Dr
Lewis A Sttmson of the New York
Yacht club was run down by a scow
in tow to while the yacht was atanchor
In the lower bay before daylight to ¬
day She was towed into Erie basin
and and the damage was repaired Dr
Stimson announced that he would be
ready to start in the race tomorrow tomorrowConditions tomorrowConditions tomorrowConditions
Conditions Were Dangerous DangerousThough DangerousThough DangerousThough
Though the starting committee had hadannounced hadannounced hadannounced
announced that the boats would be sent sentaway senta1a3 sentavay
away unless the tog was of the pea peasoup peasoup
soup variety varlet the conditions wereclearly were wereclearly
clearly cJeafI dangerous
There was a asplendid asplendid
splendid sailing breeze br ze outside the
Hook but It was dead ahead and to
have attempted to send the yachts
away > m it WOUK WOUKsuited would probably have re resuited
suited In collisions as soon as they be began besan began ¬
gan to beat to windward The start startof startof startof
of the race had been set for 2li l p m
but at that hour only six of the racers
lay at anchor within the Hook They
were the British ship Valhala and the
American schooers Utowana Atlantic
Thistle Hildegarde and Endymlon End mion
The Sunbeam Apache and Fleur de
Lis had not joined the fleet at night ¬
fall having remained at anchor in the theupper theupper theupper
upper harbor harborEmperors harbDrEmperors harborEmperors
Emperors Representative There ThereThe ThereThe ThereThe
The government tug Vigilant with
i Commander Hebbinghaus of the Ger German German
I man navy the emperors official repre representative representative representatlve ¬
sentative on board joined the fleet fleetand fleetand fleetand
and two excursion steamers heavily
loaded with passengers and a dozen
tugs circled about among the racers as asthey
they the lay at anchor and their
bands s saluted with the Wacht am m
Rhein Rule Britannia or Yankee
Doddle Captain Charles Barr was on
board the big threemaster Atlantic Atlanticand Atlanticand AtlantIcand
and his splendid record of victories in inAmerican inAmerican inAmerican
American cup defenders together with
the fact that the yacht ncht is known to be beable beable
able and speedy speed lead many to regard
her as a likely Jikel v winnerRace winner winnerRace innerRace
Race Finally PostponedMeantime Postponed PostponedMeantime PostponedMeantime
Meantime the fog held thick Shortly Shortlyafter Shortlyafter Shortlyafter
after 3 p m the Hamburg and Ailsa Ailsaarrived Ailsaarrived Ailsaarrived
arrived and joined the fleet At 310 310the 310the 310the
the committee boat went alongside the theValhala theValhala theVaihala
Valhala and notified the Earl of Craw Crawford Crawford Crawford ¬
ford that the race would be postponed postponeduntil postponeduntil postponeduntil
until noon tomorrow Other yachts yachtswere Jachtswere yachtswere
were notified by the committee boat boatand boatand boatand
and were quickly snugged down for f r the thenight thenight thenight
night All are expected to be at the thestarting thestarting thestarting
starting line tomorrow tomorrowAs tomorroAs
As the night wore on the weather weathersigns weathersigns weathersigns
signs gave little hope to the anxious anxiouswatchers anxiouswatchers anxiouswatchers
watchers on the yachts A cold misty mistyrain mistyrain mistyrain
rain and fog were over the lower bay bayand ba baand bayand
and the wind blew a fresh breeze from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the east The forecast is for rain to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow but the racing yachts achts skip skippers skipper3 skippers ¬
pers are hoping for enough wind Ind to toblow toblow toblow
blow away the mist and let them over overthe oyerthe overthe
the line lineWALKERS HneWALKERS lineWALKERS
WALKERS WIN PLAYOFF PLAYOFFTake
I
Take Second Place in the Bowling BowlingLeague BowlingLeague i iLeague
League by Beating Crabbe CrabbeTeam CrabbeTeam CrabbeTeam
Team
By winning two out of three games In Inthe inthc
the playoff series from the Crabbe team teamlast teamlast
last evening evenfn the Walkers took second secondplace SicOftdplace
place in the Commercial league race raceThese raceThese
These games are the final ones in the
league and ends th the season The league
bowlers will havo a banquet tomorrow tomorrownight tOffi tom rrow rrowni
night ni ht at which time the prizes won by
different teams and players wiy wi be dis distributed dlstributed ¬
tributed The scores sooroWalker soorWalker
Walker Store Co CoKilpatrick CoKUpntrick
Kilpatrick ISO 1S8 1 213 ooe 55
Williamson lliamson ME l 154 121 ItUl 437 437Rosenblatt
Rosenblatt H4 1 11 15S is4N S41 a
Silver h 144 14 lit 351 1tliU 1tliUalker ISO
Walker alker 18 1 156 6 19 19A 1 1m iO6i
m 55 SIt Moo6 Moo6A 5426A
A H Crabbe Co CoDummy CoDummy CoDummy
Dummy 116 1SS lS 136 1J6 1564115 4U3 ai
P Brewerton 148 HIT 1 1JC4 136lBMeAllIster 44 44McAllister
McAllister 14 Hf 1 UP 177 177476 177476Olson l76 l76Olson J76 J76Olson
Olson 177 1 144 150471 150471Russcl 100471RU5sei 110471Russel
Russcl 169 liO 17 I Igoo IllItS 48S 48SSCO
goo SIS 7632378 7632378LOS 763i8LOS 765 375 375LOS
LOS ANGELES WANTS WANTSGAME I
GAME WITH U tEAMCoach TEAM TEAMCoach TEAMCoach
Coach Joseph J ph Mad Iaddock dock received a let letter letter letter ¬
ter yesterday from Coach Edward Mer Merrill MernIl er errill ¬
rill of Occidental college Los Angeles Angelesasking Angeesasking Angelesasking
asking for a football game for next nextseason nextseason nextseason
season The Occidental college has a
high athletic standing Coach Merrill Merrilldesires
desires to sign up a contract for two twoyears twoears twoyears
years ears one game to be played at Los LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles and the other in Salt Lake LakeCoach LakeCoach
Coach Maddoek answered that he hewould hewould hewould
would be willing if the first game be
held at Los Angeles and at the t e first firstpart firstpart firstpart
part of the season as all the t1 die e other otherdates otherdates
dates are signed for forCollege forCollege forCollege
College Baseball Scores ScoresAt ScoresAt
At Colorado Sprincs SprinJSKnnsas Ktmsas Univer University Cniversity University ¬ I
sity 15 Colorado College II 19OFFICERS IIOFFICERS IiOFFICERS I
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED ELECTEDSalt
Salt Lake Typographical Union Will WillHold WillHold I IHold
Hold Its Annual Election ElectionThs ElectionThs ElectionThs
Ths Afternoon AfternoonSalt
Salt alt Lake Typographical Typographical Union No NoHo No1l
Ho 11 will hold its lt annual election of offi officers offloors officonic ¬
conic today toda at 160 South West Temple Templestreet Templestreet
street The polls will be open from rein 12 1 in i ito I
to 7 p p in The following candidates have havebeen haeeen havebeen I
been een announced and will be voted for as asoutlined asoutlined
outlined outlinedFor outlincdFor outlinedFor I
For president Henry K Russet R sel for forviceprosidant Invicepresident
viceprosidant Sidney Sidne Groo for score ¬
tarytreasurer William Ringert Abner scoreI I
Thompson C M Heck lr George G i icommittee
Vel1es A A P Goodmansen for serge sergeant nt ntatarms
atarms John Priestly for executive executivecommittee executivecommittee t j
committee vote for five H R Freeman FreemanB I IB I Ir
B L L White hlte S M StenhoUse Sidney r i
Groo O F Ball John J Newton or P
W V Krouse for auditors
William Ring Rlngert RingOtt i iert
ert W Y J T F Scheid and andF F C Starr for j i I
delegate B L White hlte H R Freeman or oi i Ii
S M Stenhouse for allied printing
trades council vote for three thr thrscjAbntu ewbnl1r Abn6r
Thompson William Ringert C A A HbiicK t1 ck I
W v S Perkins Pe kSns or D E Williamson
I06DN 0 LO Nrws p WS
f Office 2484 Washington Ave AveOgden AveOgden AveOgden
Ogden Wednesday Wednesdart May Ma 17 17NEW 17NEW 17NEW
NEW FRANCHISE ISFRAMED IS FRAMED FRAMEDCity FRAMEDCity
City and Waterworks Company CompanyBeach CompanyReacll CompanyBeach
Beach Compromise and Coun Council Council Coundil ¬
cil Will Act Tonight TonightThat
That a compromise is about bout to be at affected atC atfeeted ¬
fected C ted between th the city and the water watercompany watercompany ater atercompan
company was indicated by b important de developments del delvelopments 4eiVeloprnents
velopments at last nights meetieng of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city council when afranchise draft drafted t teel ¬
ed by the waterworks company pas pa passed d l iU Itst
first and second readings Prior to the thecommencement theCommencement theCommencement t
commencement of the councils session
the members of o the council were in con
ference for about two hours with the themayor thema1or themayor
mayor and with H H Spencer C H
Kircher and George H Matson latsOR in the themayors themayors themayors
mayors office They came out of this
conference at 10 oclock and then r ru rushed shd
through business that provided for a aspecial aspecial a aspecial
special meeting tomorrow night
franchise which the waterworks com company comPtin coinpany ¬
pany Ptin presents provides for some slight slightreductions s1tglltroouCtJons lIgktreductions
reductions in the rates as applied to tosmall tosman tosmall
small houses but for the most part th thschedule the tbeschedule theschedule
schedule remains unchanged The com company comPIln coinpany ¬
pany PIln however agrees to pay JJflW oc occupatin occupatiQlJ
cupatin cupati tax per year er and to increase 1
that amount by iStO 500 for each 5009 increase i increase rease
In population populationA
A material reduction In the price of hy ¬
drant rental is also promised the reduc ¬
tion bringing the cost per hydrant down
to about 13 2 each The promise is also alsomade alsomade 1st
made that the system will be extended extendedand extendedand 1stI I
and other concessions of a extendedI financial financialcharacter financialcharactr financialcharacter I
character are to be made
On the other hand the city clt is asked to togive tog1e tegive
give a franchise permitting the company
to do business bu lness for tortltty fifty years
A number of communication comm n1catlons were re re ¬
ceived from the mayor one of them re ¬
turning the ordinance passed at the pre previous previous ¬
vious council for the payment in full oT
L L F Kelsey The veto eto was made on the theground theground theground
ground that suit had been brought by
the th Ogden Sewer Pipe Pj and Clay Cla company compulagainst
against KelseJ Kclse and that the city had ha
been made party defendant It went to
the committee on streets
The mayor transmitted the quarterly
report of the auditor showing showln that there
was 17000 less on hand this year thereI than thanat thanat thaziat I
at the same time a year ago
The matter of the use of scrip and an I
the scrip system In making public Im ¬
provements was discussed and explained I
by the city attorney who advised that
It would be perfectly legal for Ogden I
City to adopt this method
A number nUm r notices or intention to cre ¬
ate paving and curbing districts were i
ocdered published I Among them was
one covering Twentyfifth street from L
Monroe to Jackson another from Twen ¬
tyfourth t fourth to Twentyfifth on Madison Madisonanother Madl n
another from Twentysixth to Twenty
eighth on Adams AdamsThe Adams1he
The council will meet again Thursday
night ni ht
PYTHIANS IN SESSION SESSIONAgree SESSIONAgree SESSIONAgree
Agree to Back L R Farnsworth for forHigh forHigh forHigh
High Office OfficeThe OfficeThe OfficeThe
The grand lodge of Knights of o Pythias Pyt hias
for the domain of Utah convened vestor y <
aay da day in Ogden practically every grand grandance gr nd I
beige officer being present The attend
ance numbered nearly 100 delegates Only Onl
one short session was held the rest of
the day a being ing given over to social affairs
including a trip over the OgdenLucin
cutoff in the afternoon and a banquet
In the evening in the lodge room of the
Eagles in the ONeill building Past
Grand Chancellor Duncan acted as toast
master and responses were made by b
many prominent Pythians
At the morning session is was decided
that the supreme representative shall ad
Vance ance with all energy possible at the >
supreme lodge in BOG the candidacy of
preme L fre fres R IL Farnsworth vice s chancellor emt emtthTh for th thTh thThIi ties There position posijion Ii was of o prac r su ¬ ¬
tically no opposition to J M L Beattie for
the position of grand chaicellor of tR t tffb
domain of Utah The election ele tion of officers I
was Wa as made a special order of business
this morning
The business session was brief the body I
simply 13 Impl organizing receiving the reports
or of officers and anointing the various
committees to consider and return re I
ports this morning All the th grand lodge
officers for the domain of Utah were
present late excepting only the grand pre preAdjournment
lateAdjournment
Adjournment was taken about noon and
the Knights with their families were
taken on an excursion over the Great
Salt Lake going pver rer the cutoff cutoffHENRY cutoftHENRY cutoffHENRY
HENRY KARL ROLAPP TAKEN TAKENSon TAKENSon
I
Son of Judge Rolapp Dies at Age of ofNineteen ofNineteen ofNineteen
Nineteen NineteenHenry Nineteenhenry
Henry Karl Rolapp died yesterday I
morning He was the eldest son of Judge > I Iand
and Mrs 115 H H Rolapp and 8n < 1 the passing T
away came at the end of a weeks se ¬
none illness ilIne s The sympathies s of f1 very
large circle of friends are with the be ¬
reaved family as this i 18 the third death
in the family within a year ear Last June I I
a little daughter p passed ed away and last 1
February Judge Jud e Kolapjs aged mother
was S taken lesterday st morning at oM
b hi C at + id I f i tmornlnS I
Karl Henry Rolapp was born Oct 21 J
3SS 1SS6 ss and was in his nineteenth year
About three years 3 > ars ago he contracted ty
phoid fever which left him with a weak
ened heart Since > that time his health
has been delicate It was however hoped
that t he had outgrown the weakness and
he h e was developing from appearances in
to t o a sturdy sturd young athlete He was a
member of the class of 1907 lOG Ogden High
school s and a manly young fellow fello
popu
Jar h ar alike with his teachers and school
mates HP H > was as a member of the track
athletic a team and had done some train
ing I ng to prepare himself to enter some of
the t he events when his recent illness seized Ized
him h im and he passed away after aftf > r being con
fy fined fl f cd to his bed for just a week The
young y oung man was a prominent worker wock r in
the t he Fifth
ecclesiastical ward
td and the
dance d ance which was to have been b n given to ¬
night has ha been
cancelled as a mark of o
respect r to his memory memoryBALL mamor mamorBALL memoryBALL
BALL SEASON OPENS TODAY TODAYParade TODAYParade TODAYParade
Parade From Depot With Usual Cer Ceremony Ceremony Ceremony ¬
emony at Ground GroundThe GroundThe GroundThe
The opening openJngof of the baseball season to ¬
day will be signalled by some prelimin ¬
aries befitting the occasion There will
b be < r a parade starting at the depot at 139
The baseball teams of Ogden and Boise
will be in it preceded by the Ogden
concert band Members of the city coun
cil the mayor and dignitaries will follow
in I n automobiles automobilesAt >
At A t the ball patk the first ball is to be
plrch pitched d by the mayor Judge Howell is
to be at the bat and Harvey Hanrc Randall of
the council will wear the catchers mask
and mit Then Ogden and Boise will line
up and play pla ball ballMine ballMine ballMine
Mine in Ogden Canyon CanyonThe CanyonThe CanyonTue
The Buck Horn Mining Inlng company for
the development of mining property in
Ogden canyon has just been organized
and the articles were filed yesterday with
the county clerk
The corporation is I
based on some claims recently located
and on which some development work has
been done Assays of o ore taken out
range from 8 8 to J6G 6G in gold and from
to 22 2 per cent copper
The incorporators are F C Woods
president C C fl Whlpple vice president
F L I Woods secretary secreta and treasurer J Js
D s Skeen counsel and these four With with
v V W V
Ruby form the board of directors
There are five claims in the property
One of them is
on the north side of Og ¬
den canyon near the site of the old
powder Stdew StdewmUls mills The oth other > r four are m in
Gold Water
canyon which cuts through
the canyon wall
nearby The first named
fv the claim ni5 Big is yieF1 the Hole FJorlta < i the taVand Snowslide and the others othersane tho are
Cop Copcompany
per King Freemont and Big Bug Toe
company has also made placer locations
of some of the low ground in the
> ions on s bottom can
The incorporation is for 3MOOO = shares
of the par valve of I 1 each Members of ci
the the company have been prosecuting pro5 utln In
vicinity all winter and numerous
assays have been made About 1000 l0
pounds of ore was brought down recently
and a smelter test will be made of it to
determine if it can bo profitably worked
The company plans to push development E
work and determine if the property
can ¬
not be made a steady producer producerEstates producerEstates producerEstates
Estates Probated ProbatedIn
In the probate section of the district I
COUrt yesterday JUdge J A Howell made
a number of orders
Estate of Martha Jane Child deceased d std
netltian for letters lett > rs of administration by b by
JV Yo V G Child granted and bond fixed at at3state a t
100
100Estate < Estate of Kiichi Nakamura deceased
petition for letters of administration admh stratlon
granted and bond fixedat fixed at 700 100
Estate tatl of Ttoaro KazikaWa Kulka deceased
iMtttkm J for letters of administration administrationrantld administrationgranted
granted and bond fixed at nOlt 109
t In raosstenmaut m11t of Paul KSmmey R mmey u R a 5
j i slgnorl shiflo petition n for discharge granted
I Estate W Richard J T Ta Taylor t r Qee tecesutt tecesuttpetitinft
I petition petitifdlforJelt fo fogranted for lttbs rs of mnTtatl admnlstrasisagTnnied mnTtatlntetlfTS
granted ntetlfTS Mrs Taylor being betn appointed 1 in
administratrix a lRlJllIJtratrfx with itll 7069 i bond bondRailroad bondRailroad
I
Railroad Gets Right of Way WayThf WayThe
1 Th The Rio Grande Western estern company yes y
terday secured an order in the district districtcowrt dlstr dlstrfIrt distrIctcourt
court from Judge < Howell which permits
the corporation to construct the railroad railroadspar ndlrbad3PUr rafirbedspur
j spar to Hooper The judge made an 81 ortier r
i del in the eas ca case of the Rio Grande Westera West Wester Fcst FcstI ¬
er era with th Edward Bell Bell permitting the therailroad theTaUree41 theratirend
railroad company comu to occupy Me Ic BoWs
I land upon their filing filln < a bond of 366 The
land in question is I simply a small piece
of right of u way wayI
I Body Taken to Oregon OregonThe OregonThe
The body bod of Jos Joseph Lawlcr who was
kilted Sunday Sunda at Edson Ed li4a n w tunnel by tb tbexptoBton the theeXI theexiSoelon
lltillM exptoBton eXI Iou C f a blast AVHS 11 taken yesterday yesterdayR
te Dragon R City f fer r burial his aId borne
His HI wire and hte brother Emmett Law
lee accompanied nletl tire U t1i remains going on
Oregon Short Line train No NO7 NO7Mining 7 7Mining 7Mining
Mining Company CompanySued CompanySuedA Sued SuedA
A J Weber coor yesterday YesterdR filed a suit suitI suitn suit4ahlet I
against n the Carbonate Hill Mining
Milling company in which hl < h he claims UOO 400
te due because UfIe of labor performed by b
WHHam Hllam Stagee Sta e who assigned his claim
to the ptainjrf plalntlfLOgden p4aIntif
Ogden Briefs BriefsLorin BriefsLorin Briefsterm
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day for Hood River Oregon Or gon to join her
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will meet m t June 5 and sit sit as s a board of
equaHz equalization tion up to June 26 26Mrs 6irs 56Mrs
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i It I An Ordinance OrdinanceANv Ordrrianc OrdrriancAN OrdrnanceAN
ANv AN ORDINANCE ORUIo g GRA GRAstieeeaeors GRl AINO TJNG U
the Western Ore S Separating ratJII COfII cOIupY y lt ltsuineSsona 18 18seee
stieeeaeors seee oS and assign ntf a fr frMtebIIte trIIe suet suetright
right of way to construct CO and a d operate operatea
i a railroad track on and nd across a por porXorth
lion or Sh Si West est strtK street > t between Sixth 4Xth
North street st t and Eighth North street streetand st SIrO SIrOand t tand
and a portion of S Seventh v th North strwt
between Fifth West est street str t and Sixth xth xthstreet
i West street In Salt Lake City Utah UthBe
Be It ordained by b th the city elt council c CU t C3aJt
Salt Lake City Cit Utah
Section Se < Uon 1 A franchtee and right oC oCway oCway ofWay
way is hereby hereb given ami granted to the theoperate thefvestern
I 1 Western On Sfparati Separating comp company ny Its sue suecessors suecessoru
j fvestern I cessors and assigns ticn to Ia lay e apt aptI aptoperktt andOperkte
S operate two switch or spur tracks stand standconvwtient tA1HI8rd Mndand
I and ga gan railrowa trackS Je8d Iesdflfi frtMR frtMRa ft0 ft0ft
a convwtient point un its main line of ofe Ofthe
I t the Rio Grande Western e Railway com compnny eO4npony
< e
I pony between ets Seventh Xorth O street ktct an and andEIghth
Eighth North street in Salt Lake City eit eitUtah
i Utah and th tHRee c curv curves s to tto tM tefj loft Jettcrosses loftcrosses
crosses in and upon to IoU t 1 S and 1 Wo bloeit c cS7
S7 plat hC C Salt Lake CIt survey y
Sec 2 During the t ten rw of this fran franchise franchifle fraflchise ¬
chise the grantee shall be subject to the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following conditi conditions i > s namely namelya
a ai > That said switch swlt h or spur tracKS tracKKshall traetalshall tracKSshall
shall be laid noon and conform to th tM tMestabUshed thestablished
established 1 gra grade or s said ld street and if ifsahl itsaid
I said grade Tdd rade is afterward changed by or orat 0der ordes
des o said city councIl 0 the Ifnint grantee e shall shallat shallat
at his own expense change the th eleva elevation eleYStion ¬
tion of the track so as to conform to tothe tothQ tOthe
the same sameb samefb
fb b Whenever said Sixth West W street streetand streetand strOStand
and said Seventh North orth street at said saidplaces sakiPiaces ld ldplaces
places are paved where said switch and andspur alHlg aDdspur
spur tracks are a in and upon the same samethon samethen
g 31 i eenl nl nc nchean hean heansigns
then said grantee ee its successors and as assigns 5 5signs ¬
signs shall pave between the rails and
for a distance yi f two fe feet t outside or oreach OXeach i ieach
each rail with the same material as that thatused thatused I
used In the street st t pavement pae t pr preri4JtcL prevkkdthat rM L Lthat I
that the said grantee shall not be re required re required required ¬
quired t te pave in any an street where Itflt any anyrailway anyrailway
railway company has naret heretofore fore beeR b0eaobligated beeRoblfated beesoblIgated anyI I
obligated so to do doc doc
c Said grantee shall h n put in and main maintain maintain ¬
tain such crossings over said switch ana anaspur anaspur annspur I
spur tracks as shall from time to time
be required by the city council councild
d The said switch and spur tracks tracksshall trackJJshall tracl traclshall
shall be laid and the road operated operat M Mas xo xoas 5 5as
as to cause no unnecessary impediment
to the common and ordinary we of said saidstreets Hidstr saidstreets
streets str ts upon which it b ht 1 laid laide W We
e Good and sufficient boxes to con convey conyeY contcy ¬
vey water shall be laid a and IK maintained
in good condition at the > expense of o said saMgrantee saidIrantee saidgrantee I
grantee in all the water ditches crossed
by b the said switch or spur tracks crossedI so a as I
to admit of free pasMgt of water waterSc waterS waterSec
Sc S c 3 This franchise is i granted for
the period of fifty years from and after
the approval of this ordinance
Sec 4 This grant and all the terms termsand tenand tennisand t
and conditions thereof shall be accepted
In writing wrltin by the grantee rant within thirty
days from the approval of this ordinance ordinanceotherwise urdinanefotherwise
otherwise the same shall be void oId and an < of ofno 0no ofno
no effect effectPassed errctPa effectPassed
Passed Pa by the city council eol < 1l of Salt Lake
City Utah Hay 3r 3rd d MK 1 and referred Ctrred
to U the mayor for his approval approvalj
j s CIUTCIILOW cftrrcifLowCity CIUTCIILOWCltl
City Recorder
Approved this t 5th day of o May 1904 1904RICHARD 1564RICHARD
RICHARD P MORRIS Mayor I
State of rtaB City and County of Salt
Lake L8 Lakcn4 e eI ss ssT
T J 1 S CrUchtow city recorder r of f Salt
Lake I e City Utah do h hereby reb > certify if that
the above and foregoing fo a full true trueand toreand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance tlI tlItitled entitled n ntitled
titled An ordinance ordtnan granting to the
Western Ore Separating company its 11 suc successors successors suecessors ¬
cessors and assigns a franchise aad right rightof rildttof rightof
of way wa to construct and operate a rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road track on and across a portion of
Sixth West Test street ijetwoen Sixth North Northand Xorthand Northand
and Eighth North orth street and a portion portionof
of Seventh North orth street btwpn Kiftft
West street and Sixth West est street in
Salt Lake City Cit I ttah tab paused by It the thecity theclt thecity
city clt council of Salt Lake City Utah UtahMay UtahMay UtahMay
May 3rd 1995 1 and approved by the may mayor mayor mayor ¬
or May Ia 5th i t1I 19K 1 I5l as appears of record
in my office officeIn officeIn officeIn
In witness wh wlHl whereof r of r I have here hereunto beleunto hereunto ¬
unto set my hand and affixed the tfceSeal theSeal tiesSeal
Seal corporate seal of said lei city tills BUt Stnday BUtday 6thday
day of May IMS IMSJ 1
J S CRTTCHLOW CRTTCHLOWBill
Bill No o SS City R RlCtMder RlCtMderNotice RosorderNotice erder erderNOTICE
Notice NoticeXOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THK THKcity TIlEcity
city council of Salt Lake City Cit Of the th In Intention mteRtion Intcntion ¬
tention of such council to make the fol following followlog following ¬
lowing described improvement towit towitConstructing towitConstructing
Constructing a cement mf t I sidewalk 4d walk six f feet teetwide feetwide et etwide I
wide and four inches Inch thick on the north nortftside northsidf northside
side of Second South street from Tenth
East street to Eleventh East street and andon alHlon andon
on the th south side of Second d South street
from Eighth East street to Eleventh East Eaststreet EAststr EastStreCt
street str t in Sidewalk District No 4 and de defray de defray dofray ¬
fray the cost and expense txpe 8e thereof esti estimated sUmatfd estlmated ¬
mated at two thousand two hundred six sixtyfive sixtyfje sixtyfive ¬
tyfive and twelve lWf > he hundredth fZ2Rlzdollars fZ1Zdollars fZ2Rlz 76Edollars >
dollars or eightyeight hundredths hundredthsdoIlars hundredthsdollars 30SKI 30SKIdollars
dollars per front or linear fmC by a lo Jo JocaY Pseal
cal assessment upon the > lots or pieces piecesof
of ground within ti C2 following described
district being > inJ the > district to be affected affectedor
or r benefited by san improvement name naroeiy nameir nameAll
iy irAll
All of lots 5 6 7 block 43 n plat B all allof allof allof
of lots and 6 block bl ck 44 plat hB B all of ofIts of1ts
lots 5 and 6 block 38 plat F Ff all of lot loti
t block 2 t plat uF F the east at 132 1 feet eet of oflot Oflot
lot 2 block 29 plat hF F the th west 13 U 1 feet feetof fetof feetof
of lot 3 Mock 3 plat up F and ail of lot I
4 YC block 5 plat F F Salt Lake City sur surYC survc
All protests prot ts and objections to the carry arryI
ing out of siKii stint intention must be pre presented pretntf ¬
seated d in writing writin to the city ctt recorder on onI
or before the fifth day of June W 1M be being btinJ beins
ins the th time set t ny It said Id council when it itwill itI itwilt
will hear and consider such protests ana aOOobjt andobjections
objections objt > CtiOilS as may HUI be D made thereto theretoBy theretoI theretoBy
By order 0 of the city d council of Salt SaltLak SaltLake
I Lake > City it ity > Utah rtahDatd
I Dated November ofmber 3 1 1J 19th
J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity CR ITCHLO ITCHLOCtt
I City Ctt Recorder Reconieri
Sidewalk Sidf > walk Extension ion No NoNOTICE loI 7s 1
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I Notice NoticeI
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THK THKcity TH TH1tr
city e tty rwincil of SaltLake City of the > in inj intEntion
j terUon t of such sll h council t to make the t fol following folhwing
lowing I described improvement towit
1 Constructing a cement f 1It t sidewalk four fourfeet fourfet
feet f eet wide and four inrbeJB h hes thick on both bothides bothcidts
ides of B street > t from Finn street lJtT t to 10Ninth toI
I Ninth inth tnt on the north side of Fifth Fifthstreet Iitthi
i street s from B to E 1 streets tr ts and on the thei
i north n nt orth side of Seventh street from B street 5tr t tto
i na to t o C C street in Sidewalk District Dt No 24 24and 54nd 4
1 and a nd defray trr the t cost l and a expense thereof t thereofstimated
I estimated e at five thourt thousbisi rul sixteen sixteenVH
ed < VH 1111 < iii II > dollars loll ant or seventysix Svnt x hun hunj bunrdths
j Oredths d iy PLI6 7S GI dollars ii JIf ir > r front or l linear linearfoot lin lineariit r rf
foot f fc fI tot iit by a local I assessment ft fInt upon tile tot lets Jotsr
i or c r piers or ground groiindwlthln within the following
It srrilHd 1 district being the district l1lli t to Ite J JCeded
I ufftt uted Ceded ted or benefited l neflted by b said improve IRlproeIDfnt
1 merit namely namelyFronting namel namelFrontln namelyFronting
Fronting Frontln on B street All of lots > 1 and 4 4iocK 4hiock
hiock > iocK IS slat D all of Iota r and 3 block blockl
1 i t plat D all of Iota 2 and 3 3 block 10 49plut I
plat D all of lots 1 and 4 nioefc 41 plat platD platD
D I all of lots < 1 and a d 4 block 44 plat D all allof allIf allof j
t of If lots 2 and 3 block 45 plat Iat D all of oflots ofIQts ofots
lots l ots 2 and 3 t block IS plat D all of lots I
1 and 1 1 block 69 plat DJ D all of lots J and
4 block 72 7 plat D D all of lots 2 and andblock andblO S
block blO < k 73 73 plat D ail of lots 2 and 3 block blocklb
9 lb < 5 plat D all of lots 1 find 4 1 blOck t tplat 9plat 7 7plat
plat D all of lots 1 and 4 block 1M 10 plat platD platD p1stD
D all of lots 1 and 3 block ll plat J lat D Dall Dan Ball
all of lots and 3 Mock 124 plat D all of oflots orlots oflots
lots 1 and 4 Mock 125 plat D DFronting DFronttn BFronting
Fronting Fronttn on Fifth street All of lots Io 1 1and 1and Iand
and block 73 plat D all of lotsl and
2 block 74 a 1 Hat D all of tots 1 and Andhloek 2 2blocfe
block 75 pint > l IRt t D DFronting DFronting BFronting I
Fronting on Seventh Se nth street All of lots lotsJ lotssad
1 and 2 block WK plat D Salt Lake City Citysurvey Citysurve CItYsurveY
1f survey surveyAll surve surveAn
All protests and objections to the carry ¬
ing f ag out of such L Intention must be pre presented I Io proseated ¬
seated in writing t to the city 1 recorder on onor onor
or < before o u the fifth ft od day of 0 June 1 1ing 1M6 l be being ¬
ing the time set by said council when It Itobjections Itwnl iiL I i
wilt bear and consider such protests and andobjections L i I
objections as may be made thereto theretoBy theretoBy thereInBy
By order of the city council of f Salt SaltLake SaltLllke SaltLake I
Lake City Utah UtahDated rtahDated VtshDated
Dated December 31 II 1 M4 1164J M4J W WJ
J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity CRITCIUOClt CRITCIILOVuCIt
City CIt Recorder RecorderSidewalk RlCerderSidewalk flecsrderSidewalk
Sidewalk Ext Exteftl Extension sioR OR No NoNotice 77 77NOTICE If IfNotjce
Notice NotjceXOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THK THKcity THI1city THbcity I
city cpuncll of Salt Lake City it of the in intention Intentlpn Intentipn ¬
tention of such council to make th t the fol 101owing ¬
lowing l described descrl d improvement towit
Constructing a cement sidewalk six
feet wide and four inches thick on the thenorth thenorth S Snorth
north side of First street from a point
twentyfivo rods west of A street to B Bstreet Bstreet I
street in Sidewalk Districts No 24 and ant 1
26 G and defray defrt th the cost ost anti expense there thereof therfof thereof ¬
of estimated at six hundred ninetyseven ninetysevenand ninetvseveiand > n nand
and ninetyfive hundredths J9796 17 dol dclam ¬
lars l am or ninetyfour hundredth a 694 dol ¬
lars per front or linear foot by a local localassessment localSSe15sment 1
assessment upon the lots or pieces ot otground orground o oground r
ground within the following described dis ¬
trict being Ins the district to be affected or 01 r
benefited by said Improvement namely namel
All of lots 1 and 2 block 15 blat D all allof ailof 1 I
of lots 1 and 2 = block 16 plat D and the thecast thecast tb e eeast
cast half hal of lot 1 block 2 pfat 1 Salt t
Lake City survey surve surveAn
All protests and objections to the carry ¬
ing out of such Intention must be pre presented presented preseated ¬
sented In writing wrltin to the city recorder on onor onOr oi oior
or before the fifth day of June IMS be be ¬
ing the time set by said council when it itwill itwHJ I t
will hear and consider consl ersuch such protests protes protesobjections aad aadobjections a t tobjections LI tLI
objections as may be made thereto theretoj
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X741 741 J Oberadorfer
3751 Simon Bambergw J 16
37 3761 H Bamberger 6 637f
3765 37f H Bamberger S S37S1 LII
37S1 James A Pollock Co ISO
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And in accordance with law ano anoorder azviorder
order of the board of directors ma made madethe < 1f 1fthe
the 4th day of April iNS so many shir shirof sh4tof
of each parcel parcel4pf > pf stock as may b bsary be v vsary >
sary will be sold at public auction at atoffice atoffice
office of the company at 518 Booty bu7 bu7ing hTing
ing Salt Lake City Itah on the 2M i iof 1 1of
of May 1S IL at 23 oclock p m to r rthe phe
the t delinquent assessment thereon to together tsether
ether g with th the costs of advertising ana anaexpense andxpeime
expense e of sale
A REEVES Secretar SecretarFirst 5eCretarFirst
First Publication May 10 19 19Assassment 1915 1915Assnasment
Assassment No 13 13WABASH 13WABASH
WABASH MINING COMPANY PRJN PRJNcipal PRIN PRINipal
cipal c place of business Salt Lake Cj y yUtah
Utah IJ tI Notice is hereby given that at a ameeting aieeting
meeting s of the beard of directors heM n ntne ttee
tne t ee 26th day of April WK I6 an ass asseaUmt asseaUmtf f = mrt mrtof
of o f five cents ScJ Ic per share was levied leviedon leviedn
on o n the capital stock of the corporation corporationMay corporatior corporatiorayable
p ayable on or before the 27th day dayay
May M ay iSflS to W Mont Ferry secretary secretanat
at a t room El Atlas block West Seco i douth < iSouth
South S street Salt Lake City Utah A Atock T Tstock
stock s upon which this assessment may mayain re remain
main m ain unpaid on the 27th day of May v vwill Vilt
will w ilt be delinquent l lin < juent and advertised for j sa sat = a aat >
at a t public auction and unless payment ft ftof sade
m ade before will be sold on the 1th Is Isf
of o f June 19B6 l to pay the delinquent assess assessment assessent ¬
ment m ent together with the cost of advert advertising lt ltag ¬
ing l ag and expense of sale saleW salev
W v MONT FERRY Secretary SecretaryLocation SecretaryLocation
Location of office No Ki Atlas Atlasalt bioclc bioclcSalt
Salt S alt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice of Stockholders Meeting MeetingA
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHolD STOCKHolDers
ers e ns of Walker Brothers baakers a aration < r rp
p ep ration will be neW at Ha plat placeusiness r > f fbusiness
business b oorner < orn r of Main and Se Soouth i J JSouth
South S streets Salt Lake City ty Utah UtahTuesday UtariTuesday
Tuesday the 2M day y ot Kay W 1565 a at atclock S Soclock
oclock o clock p m for the parpose rpose of cons 1 1ering 1ning
ering e the advisabilitY of amending ti tirticles n narticles
articles a of incorporaUsw by iiicreasing n ncapital i icapital
capital stock five hundred SW > snai snaiso hi
so 0 that th the entire issue will consist COnsistwentyI1e
twentyfive wentyI1e hundred 23W shar shara i of t tpar tar
par p ar value of two hundred and fifty tho thou thouand a asand
sand s I00W WM dollars dollarsM
M H WALKER
WALKERPresident
President PresidentL
L H FARNSWORTH FARNSWORTHCashir FARNSWORTHCazhir
Cashir CashirDissoiution CazhirDissolution
Dissolution of Partnership PartnershipNOTTCB PartnershipNOTTCE
NOTTCB is HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATth T1Vthe
th t he partnership between J R riiUa riiUaand ii ri riand
and Oscar E Lawrence known as a aUtah r rUtah
Utah Steam Carpet Cleaning compa compawas comliiwas
was dissolved on n the 13th day of M
1908 1 3 bv mutual CQnsent AH debts owi owito nw t to
to t o the saM partnersiiip ar are to b receu receuby rets retshi
by G B Blakeiy at No 112 South W Wremple t
remple streetS Salt Lake City Utah i i1L
all 1L demands on the said partnership are a e eo
to t o be presented to him for payment paymentJ
J R CLINTON CLINTONOSCAR
OSCAR E LAWRENi LAWRENNotice F FNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsSEALED ContractorsSEALED
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVE RECEIVEuntil RECELVUuntil
until 12 noon Tuesday May 23 190 190the i90the
the office of the Deseret Agricultural AgriculturalManufacturing AgnlculturaManufacturing
Manufacturing society Room 16 Ho Hoblock < St Stblock >
block for the carpenter work and n nson rison
son work for the nsw fair bszHdkn bszHdknAgricultural miiMing i
Agricultural 1 park 1 Salt c 14 T Lake lfc r City l T > lor ar > s sand 5 5and
and specifications may be seen at atoffice atoffice
office of Ware Treganza architerr architerrHooper srehitectHooper
Hooper block The society reserves tha thaJ th thright
right to reject any and all bids
J G MDONALD President PresidentW
W J BATEMAN SecretanStockholders Secretary SecretaryStockholders
Stockholders Meeting MeetingTHE MeetingTHE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIS TIISstockholders TIIEstockholders
stockholders of the Salt Lake Board BoardTrade qrd f fTrade
Trade will be held at the offic of th thOntario thOntario
Ontario Silver Mining company Masonic Masonicblock aoaic aoaicblock
block Salt Lake City Utah on Monday MondavJune MondayJUe
June 12th 196 at 1 lb oclock a m l fr frthe r rthe
the election of a board of directors anathe ana andthe
the transaction of such other business businessas
as may be necessary
JOHN E DOOLY Secretary SecretarySalt SecretarYSalt
Salt Lake City Utah May 9 Jf JfNotice 1 1Notice
Notice of Sale SaleALL SaleALL
ALL TILE PROPERTY INCLUDING INCLUDINGthe INCLCDTNthe
the business and good will of the tie Utah Utahstreet UtahCarpet
Carpet ChX1dD Company 34 RiehartS RiehartSstraSt
street will be sold at public auction M Mthe 1 1the
the Mg Mseet bidder for bash b at 34 Rich Kiehsrds Richards
srds street Salt Lake City UtalJ o qpFr qpFrday Fn
day the 11th day of May ilSi bt 11 11oeloek
oeloek a in Good business chance
3 B CLiNTON
OSCAR E LAIVBENCE

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