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bnapsnots Snapskotsat at Tennis Players in in Intermountain Tournament Tournamentl
Tennis Court During Salisbury Match James Salisbury A S Brown Frank T Roberts
liively Games Are Put Pit Up Oj > Before Beforetorested In Intorested
torested GafleiyH Ga11ry iSALISBURY i iSALISBURY
kM H Raymond beat Dinwoodey G3 62 + f
M + Myors beat Q Badger 6f 6Z 63 63Whftnev + 4
3 Whltnev beat Ash 64 131 4
+ 4 D C Roberts beat McLeod 61 62 62T 4
4 + J T Salisbury beat W Salisbury 57 7 + i
41316 + 115 81 1 1Garnett +
+ 4 Gornett beat Raymond 62 > 2 63 4 +
4 + ROUND +
p 4 Badger Hnd nd partner forfeited by bycommittee 4 4Hunt +
+ committee as they wore entered R8 +
+ Hunt and partner In another place placeto 4
+ 4 to Brown and Neel NeelRainyond + f
tRamyond + Rainyond and BIy beat Boyd and 4 +
4 Myers 62 64 64f 64Hunt
+ f Hunt and Badger beet Sattorloo and 4
+ 4 Nlles Cl 61 SIHemphill + +
+ 4 Hcmphlll and Skinner boat Porn 4
4 4 broke and McGregor 63 75 4
t + Roberts brothers boat Oglesby artd
+ Cohn 61 60 60Salisbury +
4 Salisbury brothers boat Ash and 4
4 + Davis 62 62 62aariett 4
4 Oafnett and Armstrong beat Taylor Taylorand
4 + and Goodwin 76 62 4
44 44 Whitney and G Badger boat Con 4r
4 4 rad and McLeod 110 61 6k 6kI +
4 + Miss M t Miller rtofaultefl to Miss C 4
± 4 Marshall + f
4 MISs MJ Williams bent Miss M Mar itareba1I
4 nliall 6fl 6 60 60WOdENS 4 +
4 4 Miss M1 Williams and Miss Humphrey 4 4
4 + beat Miss M Miller and Miss Lyons
4 86 8663 63 63M +
r rl
4 M + H + + + H + M + + + + + 4 + 4 ± + H4 H4Frorn +
l Frorn rom early morning until darkness net net5n Rat5ii
5n lost evening the two tennis courts at atVort ntOrt
Vort Ort Dovsrlas ware workeO lollie limit limittaking limittaking
taking care of the match scheduled for the thasecond theeeond
second days play The weeding out pro process procese ¬
cess still goo O4 merrily oh but avon y n after aftertwo aftertwo
two days constant playing tfie tl end is no nowhere nowhore ¬
where In sight In yesterdays games the thegallery thegallory
gallery was treated to come of the best bestexhibitions beatexhibitions
exhibitions of tennis playlngr pla1never ever seen in inthis inthis
this city and it rave an Idea ofwhat ofwhatmay of what whatmay
may b ha expected whenever two of the themany thexnaw
many experts meet eachothtr In their theirfinal theirflnal
final heats heatsThe heetgThe
The Salisbury boys were the bright and andrhlnlnff andRhlning
rhlnlnff feature lu yesterdays nlay offs
The drawings brought these brothers to together together ¬
gether In the first round which meantthat meant meantthat
that ono of them would not figure In the
finals Jimmy was the lucky one send senllng ¬
ing hla hi brother down and out in what whatwa whatwaz
wa waz by far the hardest contest match matchor
or the tournament tournamentMatch tournamentMatch
Match Called ta Rest Players PlayersThe PlayersThe
The match tvas scheduled for 040 In InI
i hi ii mornlnc and at noon the officials officialsrailed
I railed a halt to give the brothers a rest restNeither
a Neither either Walker nor James asked for formore formote
more time but both botliwart wero nearly nearIywornout nearIywornouton worn out outon
on account of the terrific pace maintained maintainedsince maintainedsince
since the beginning of the match A Agood Agoad
good sized gallery gathered at 5 p m mlast inlast
last evening to witness the third and de decidiog decidlog
cidiog set setThe eatThe
The first sot was taken by Walker by bya
a score of 7 to 6 giving one an idea of ofhow ofiow
how close the set was ptey piaed d It was the thesecond thesecond
second sot however that proved to be bee berecord
e record breaker Jimmy finally win winning winning ¬
ning by a a score of 1 to 11 which is I the thelongest theongist
longest set r > layed since the tournament
began beganIn beganIn
In the th afternoon after a coanto ot nours boursrest noursrest
rest the brothers weut after each other
for th third 2nd tnd tlecldlntr set setWalker setWalker
Walker Starts After His Brother BrotherWalker BrotherWalker
Walker started out with a brilliant brilliantgame brilliantgame
game that swept Jimmy off his feet and andcaptured andraptured
captured the first tilt with a lov lova game gameOn gameOn
On the second gane ame the taller of the
brothers retaliated in the same kind Wal Walker ¬
ker became wild as the set progressed progressedwhile progresSedwhile
while Jimmy settled down carefully plac ¬
ing each shot Luck also favored Jimmy
And nd a couple of close decisions went his hisway h1 h1wav
way As the set progressed he looked lookedalways lookedalways
always ooot coo and calculating received the thewhirlwind thewhirlwind
whirlwind smashes of his brother and andto auWto
to the surprise of everybody returned
them where they could not be reached reachedJimmy reaehedJimmy
Jimmy Uses Spit Balls
When it cam Jimmy M turn to servo he hemkdo homkdn
mkdo fr Irauent auent u nee of a new delivery
which he ha has termed a as Ills spit n lt ball
AH tti the ball J Jearea av Ut the racquet It U given givenA
A nut that literally mjuaahos it Into an anVSK ancg
cg VSK shape It hits the ground and take takea takesa
a downward shoot which foals any one oneIt oneIt
It fooled WaIkr Vmlk r and will foot many manymore manymore
more oC them before the tournament i iover is isover
over overThl
overThis This work on the part at f Jimmy told toldand toflisni
and tn the taut six inunec and nd setS were weretaken woretaken
taken by him B Bath th players received R
hearty round of apptauiw from the gal ¬
lery at the cloe cuee oc the beat match of oftho ofthe
the tournament tournamentHunt tournamentHunt
Hunt Makes Good impression impressionReuben ImpressionReuben
Reuben G Hunt the California crack crackplayed crackplayed
played in his firm games yesterday and andmany andmany
many have already picked him him asr a 8C stRed H < 1
Intr a good chance to fltrure figurein In the finals HnalsHunt
for the icons alagien ohaHplonsktp
Hunt has the grottiest return smash smashe smashgan smashbeSU
beSU e On the courts oboe the tourney be begait
gait and nearly ev every ry point w wan n by him himwas himwas
was on a return shot of this kind which whichwaa whichivan
ivan simply too fast for reception receptionFinals receptiosFinals
Finals in Womens Doubles DoublesThe
The finals of the womens doubles were wereplayed wereplayed
played in the morntitg MIa William Williamcountry WillianigCountry
country club vhanoion of last season seasonand seasonand
and Mfts Humphrey are now the woman wonuthI
< hampton of the intermountain country
in doubles Their opponents were Miss M Mvliller M1illar
vliller and Miss Lyons In the first set et
honors were about even both teams plrfy
ing In thrtr b beat st form The final result resultwa resultwes
wes wa 86 In It the second set et Ml MIps Williams WIIHamisand
4 and Miss Humphrey proved the stronger strongerand
r and n wonby wa b a score of 3 3r 3r
r r Lv i AVhitney and Dorsy Ash w wve wvepretty re repretty
pretty ev evenly nly matched and after Whitney
won the first sot the two s seWed tUeU down downto downto
to fight it out like a a pair of champions championslhoy
They took turn about winning games un unttf unii
ttf ii the total of 12 to 10 finally gave the theset thesot
set and match to Whitney WhitneySam
4 Sam Noel es a Spectator SpectatorSam
h1 Sam Noel was an interested spectator spectatorntner spectatorat
at the tourtlap2ant ytoniay but did not nottake
take part in the programme Mflrs the theother
other cracK player from Wyomiu vyominp won wonger
his on game of SInglC8 against 0 Bad Badger
ger in two straljrht seta setaYosterdayri seiziYeaterday
Yosterdayri camcs wore a grant Im Improvement 1nprovement ¬
provement over those of the flr first t day dayowln dayowing
owln owing to the fact tnat iat the poorer players playersnre
are gradually boIn boinp weeded out The TMieffamos Thegames
games todav will brine even higher higherclassed higherclassed
classed players together and some fine finecontests fleecontests
contests are expected A j alronr ntron effort efforts
to s bslns bln znado to brins tho tournament
eorg SLyon L on Heads Field in Ilace jcePf IlaceFor
For Golf Honors HonorsW
4 4Chicago
Chicago AUET 8 8With WIth onohal the thequalifying I Iqualifying
qualifying round of the United States StatesGolf StathsGolf
Golf association ah oiktton
golf championship com comGolf cornplted
plted today at the links of the Chicago Chicago01f
Golf 01f club at Whoaton Ills Canadian and
Olympian Gold Champion George 8 Lyon Lyonof
of Toronto leads the field of 121 players
who turned in cards wjth a score of 16 ti
for the eighteen holes
Two strokes behind Is W C Fownes Fowneschampion Fowneschampion
champion of the Western Pennsylvania
Golf association team that yesterday won
the Olympian team cup while two young
store Hugh Campbell 17 years old of the
Whoaton hT hTaton ° aton Golf olr club and T M Sherman
of Utica N Y are tied at 73 73Below 79Below
Below Eighty Mark MarkThese Markrheso
These players are the only ones of the i
field of 123 starters who cot under the themark themark
mark of 80 At the 80 point are D T
i Fredericks of Oil City and Dr Simon
Carr of Philadelphia while two Chicago t
boys W V I Howlund jr of Skokie and
Ned Sawyer of the Wheaton club have
the only scores of 8L 81 National Champion Championi
i H Chandler Egan tied with his hi prede predej
j cessor W J Travis at S2 at which mark markalso marki I
i i also were Martin of Hamilton Canada
I J I and Wilder of the Elrahurst club
I Two eastern men who were expectedto
do well In the modal scoring Fred Her Herj Iorreahoffl
j roghoffl the runnerup last season upd
J D Travors of Nassau made totals of
85 Former Champion C B McDonald McDonaldafter MeDopaldiifter
after a day of hard luck succeeded In Incoming Incomjng
coming comjng In with a score of ofCondition8 So SoConditions
Conditions None Too Good GoodGolfing GoodGolfing
Golfing conditions for the medal round roundwere roundwerc
were none too good In the early hours hourson
on account of a southwest breeze that thatpenalized thatpenalized
penalized the wooden club shots at the theseveral theseveral
several tees but long before the last pair pairbrought pairbrugItt
brought in their scores at dusk the wind windhad windhad
had flied awdy awn and the course was fast fastand fastend
and true truePlay tinePlay
Play tomorrow will commence at 930 ln lnthe
the morning and pairs will be despatched despatchedon
on the same schedule as today burring a afew afew
few withdrawals Eight failed to turn turnIn turnin
In cards today while one player E H
Talbot of Glenvlew was disqualified for fortailing fortaliln
tailing taliln to hole out a a short putt puttin v vare
in t summary of the qualifying rdund rdundare
are the scores of the following western westernmen westernInea
men menP IneaP
P C C Newton Seattle SG SGAValtor SCWalter
Walter Fairbanks Denver SL SLW Sl Slv
W v Frederlckson Los Angeles DL DLT DlT
T P Mumford Denver Ifll Ifllto 1Ito
to an and this thl week but there arc still stillmany stIllinaily
many matches before the finals are arereached aereached
reached reachedPROGRAMME reachedPROGRAMME
Committee Arranges Matches For ForRest ForRest
i Rest of Tennis Tournament TournamentThe
The tennis tournament committee met metlast metlast
last evening and completed the pro progriunme pro programme ¬
gramme for the rest of the week Con Contestants Cntestants ¬
testants are asked to be on hand at the thetime thetime
time alloted them for play as there willbe will willbe
be no postponements The committee committeemembers committeemembers
members Bay they have had to adopt this thisplan thisplan
plan to get the tournament through this thisweek thisweek
week and that It will be strictly ad adhered adhered ¬
hered to from now on Following is the thoprogramme theprogramme
0 a m mMens Mens singles Hunt vs Bad Badger Bader ¬
ger er Womens singles Mrs Davis vs vsMlse vsIiss
Mlse Iiss Humphrey HumphreyDSO
980 a m niWomons Womens singles Miss Ly Lyous Lyone
one vs Miss Lewis Mens singles con conMl4 consolatlo
solatlo SaUerlee vs Pembroke Pembroke14L
Ml4 a m mConsolatin Consolation H fornphll1 mphUl vs vsEy vsEy
Ey Womens omens singles Miss McGrath vs vswnner vsnner
wnner nner of Mrs DavisMiss Humphrey Humphreymatch Humphreymatch
2 p m mGarnett Garnett and Armstrong vs Ned Neeland Nedand
and Brown Consolation Dinwoodey vsDavis vs vsDavis
Davis Davisi
i 260 P m mBrown Brown vs winner of Hunt HuntBadger
I Badger match Consolation Satterlee SatterleeI SatterleeandNiies
andNiies vs Boyd and Myers
I 840 p m nConsolatIon Consolation McGregor vs vsConrad
j Conrad G Badger vs Rust Rust4l
I 4 4l p m mWhitey Whitney vs Skinner Skinner52k
520 p m mGarnett Garnett vs Boyd McLeod McLeodand MeTeouand 1
and Conrad vs Hemphill and Skinner Skinnerp
6 p m mSallabury Salisbury brothers vs Raymond Raymondand
and Kly Consolation Ash vs Taylor TaylorThursday TaylorThursday
9 a m inMyers Myers vs Roberta die C CMarshall CMarshall
Marshall vc winner of Wednesdays 1040 1040a
a m match matchJ matchP50
J P50 BO a m mMiss Miss Williams vs winner of ofWednesdays ofWednaadys
Wednesdays 050 H m match Consola ConsolaUon Coiisolat1oi
Uon Pembroke and McGregor vs Cohri Cohriand Cohnand
and Oglesby Oglesby5O
260 to 4 p m mConaolation Consolation first round roundof roundof
of mens singles
4 410 > p m rnJ J Salisbury vs winnor of ofSWnnerWhitnoy ofSldnnerVhitnoy
SWnnerWhitnoy match Winner of Sal SalisburyRaymond SalIsburyRaymond ¬
isburyRaymond and Bly ly match vs win winner winncr ¬
ncr of Ned and BrownGarnett and Arm Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong mateh
520 20 p m ntCarl Carl Roberts vs winner of ofMy otMyersF
My MyersF eraIT Roberts match
6 p m mConsolatlon Consolation Whittle Whitney and Bad Badgor Dadgot
got vs Ash and Davis DavisFriday DavisFriday
9 a m mRoberts Roberts brothers vs Hunt and andBadger andBadger
Badger Badger95fl
95fl 95 u m mSemlfinals Semifinals mens singles singlesMl5a sInglesiorj
Ml5a a m mSemifinals Samlflnals mens singles singlesg5 HinglosZjSV
ZjSV g5 to 5 i > m mzConsolation Consolation somJflnnlB somJflnnlBmens eoniflnnlmena
mens doubles doublesS38
S38 2 p m mWinner Winner of Roberta brOthers brotnersHunt brOthersHunt
Hunt Had Badger match vs winner of ofMcLeod ofMeLeod
McLeod and ConraaHomphill and Skin Skinner Skinner ¬
ner match
Saturday SaturdayI
I a m mConsolatlou Consolation finals mans sin sinBlos sinflies
flies Blos8Sfl
8Sfl a m mFlnaIs Flnobi mans sinclos
1049 a m znConoIatIoil ConeolatlOH finale mens mensdoubles mensdouble
doubles doubles3t40
3t40 p niKlnals womans singles singles43D
430 p m niFinaie Finals mens doubles doublesConsolation doublesConsolation
Consolation Drawings DrawingsThe DrawlngThe
The drawings for the consolation meWs mensIngles meWssingles
Ingles and doubloft 1tt the Intermountain Intermountaintournament intermountalutournament
tournament took place last evening The Thedrawing Thedrawing
drawing for the consolation womens sin singles sinwioa ¬
gles and doubles will be made as Boon as astho asthe
the preliminary rounds are finished The Thoresults Therestitta
results in the mena Is na followaj followajMons followgtMons
Mons Slnelos SinglesIt R Badger a bye Sttt Stttterlco Sattorlec
terlco vs L Pembroke Ash vs Taylor O OBadfter GBedger
Badfter vs Rust Dinwoodey vs s Davis DavisHempslll DavisHempeili
Hempslll vs Ely McGregor vs Conrad ConradWhltworth ConradWhitworth
Whltworth a bye byeMena byeMens
Mena Doubles DoublusSatterleeNiles BatterleeNlletJ vs Boyd BpydMyora BoydMyots
Myora CohnOglenby vs PombrokeMc PombrokeMcGreKor PembrokeMeGregor
GreKor WhitneyBadger vs AshDavis AshDavisTaylorGoodwin AshDavisTaylorGoodwin
TaylorGoodwin a bye byej byee byeLagoon
j Lagoon faro onPuclfloIslanders day dayni5
11025 ni5 cents Unoxcollad programme programme100to programmes programme100to
100to man who can ride vhlto horse horseIn horseIn
In his dive at Baltair
Plenty iity of the latter But liittle of ofthe ofthe
the Former at Saucer Track TrackWAS TrackWAS
RIMENT RIMENTTO TO THE SPORT SPORTDisqualifications SPORTDisqualifications
Disqualifications suspensions foul rid riding ridlag
lag spills and a prolonged ragchewing ragchewingmatch ragchewingmatch
match between riders and officials came camenear camenear
near being the whole show at the saucer saucertrack
track last evening eveningThe
The first EOtback of the evening come In inthe
the mis misc and out race if such it could couldbe
be called It is doubtful if any person personknows personknows
knows now who evan won money and andwho andwho
who did not Wh6n It was all over a a pro prolonged prolonged ¬
longed tolkfest resulted in the an announcement announcement ¬
nouncement of winners with Hollister out outof outof
of It altogether and Samuelson Bowler Bowlerand Bowlerand
and Bardgctt each claiming more money moneythan
than was allotted to him himAt himAt
At the atari tftrt of the race Williams fell felland felland
and threw Hollister out of the start and andHollister SlidHodiater
Hollister waited for the crowd to come comearound
around again For this ho h was declared declaredlapped declaredlapped
lapped and cot sore and refused to start btartIn startin
in the consolation race Then something
happened that has never happened before beforet
in the worlds history of bicycle racing
Holllster was suspended a week for not notstorting notstarting
starting in a consolation race he had not notentered notentered
entered Search the annals of bicyole bicyoleracing bicyoleracing
racing from the days of the wooden or ordinary ¬
dinary to the present time and one can cannot ¬
not find a casa whom an attempt has hasbeen hasbeen
been made to force a a rider to start in a arace arace
race put on the programme to console consolenonwinners consolenonwinners
nonwinners nonwinnersLator nonwinnersLater
Later at night N C A Representative RepresentativeF
F E Schofskl called up The Th Herald and andannounced andannounced
announced that Referee Gardner had hadchanged hadchanged
changed his decision in the Holllster case coseand casearid
and that thn suspension would not go goThis goThis
This is in accord with conditions In which whicha
a consolation race Is put ut on the pro programme programme ¬
Amateurs Also Wrangle WrangleThe
The wrangling amonsr the professionals professionalsreached professionalsreached
reached the amateur ranks In the three threemile threemile
mile race WilCOX won but durlnr durin the therace therace
race put a t half nelson on Jock Hume Humeand Humoand
and for on Instant It looked as If old oldTimberline
Timberline would ba thrown over the thocrand thegrand
grand stand When It was announced announcedthat announcedthat
that Wilcox won Jack read the riot riotact riotact
act to the officials The decision Was Waschanged Waschanged
changed and Hume was given first and andthen andthen
then Wilcox tried his oratorical powers powersfor powersfor
for a few minutes The result of his talk talkwas talkwas
was not announced By the way the thefinish thefinish
finish of thIs race brought out the only onlyreal
real bicycle race of the evening and It Itwas itwas
was a good one oneThen oneThen
Then came xm the motors with their theirflirt theirflirt
flirt with death Four started and all allwent allwent
went well until Ed Heasrens tire punc punctured punctured ¬
tured It happened at tIle time when the thetrack thetrack
track was clear of the other machines machinesand meohlnesand
and nothing moro serious than the break breakIng breaklag
lag of several boards resulted Heagren Heagrenrolled Hoagrenrelied
rolled to the bottom o of the track In Inplenty Inplenty
plenty of time to let T M Sdmuelson Sdmuelsoncome
come r past > ast with a broken b belt lt on his hismotor hismotor
motor SamUelson found terra fIrmn with withhis withhis
his body still intact and Eddie Smith and andEarl and1arl
Earl Stanley shut off their power in or order ordor ¬
der to pet through the race without fur furtho furthe
the spills Taking it all In all It WR WRan was wasan
an exciting evening but not with the thokind thekind
kind of thrill that makes one talk about aboutthe aboutthe
the good racing he has seen seenSummary seenSummary
Summary of Evening EveningThe EveningPhe
The summaries summariesQuartermile summariesQuartermile
Quartermile amateur final finalMeCor finalMeCormick McCor McCormick
mick West Wllcox Time til tilMiss uIMiss
Miss and out race professional profosslonalDQwn profosslonalDQwnlag Down Downing ¬
lag five laps Bardgett three laps Bow Bowler iiwbr ¬
ler two laps Samuolnon two laps Dist Distance Blatanco ¬
ance one mile and four laps Time
208 25 25Threemile 2SThreemile
Threemile laD Ia race amateur amateurWilcox amateurWilcoxibinie Wllcox WllcoxHume
Hume Redman McCormIck Wlloox was wasafterward wasafterward
afterward disqualified Time 607 607Mile 67Mile
Mile handicap professional profeasionalWillitttns profeasionalWillitttnsRodman Williams WilliamsRedman
Redman Achorn Hopper Time 165 15 15Fivemile 1sFivemIle
Fivemile open motor race raceStaley raceStaleySmith Staloy StaloySmith
Smith Time 705 705CLARK 705CLARK
Manager of New York Americans AmericansEats AmericansEats
Eats at Coney Cone Island and Nearly NearlyPasses NearlyPasses
Passes in His Chips ChipsNew ChipsNew
New York Aug 5 SClnrk Clark Griffith mon monaffor manager
affor of the New York American league leaguebaseball leaguebaseball
baseball team narrowly missed losing hl his hislife
life yesterday by ptonalno poisoning His Hiscondition Hiscondition
condition last night showed much 1m 1mproxement improvemont
proxement and he Ifl likely to be about aboutagain aboutagain
again In a few days daysManager daysManhger
Manager Griffith accompanied by his hiswife hiswife
wife dined at Coney Island Sunday night nightand nightand
and was returning homo by train when whenhe whenhe
he witS suddenly attacked with pains painsThey painsThey
They became BO Severe that It was deemed deemedadvisable deemedadvisable
advisable to stop on the Way and tile atff atfffarer uf ufferer
ferer was carried Into a drute dru store Phy Phynicians Physicians
nicians worked over the pmtlrnt for a along1 along
long time and finally relieved him YcB YcBteraay Yuaterday
teraay however Griffith became imuh imuhworse ninhworse
worse but by careful nursing he rallied ralliedi
i from the attack and after a restful Bleep BleepI sleepof
of several hours appeared much better betterHo betterlie
I Ho was taken homo before the second secondattack seondattack
attack attackDEATH
Barney Goes Through Fence IsKnocked
Knocked Unconscious Goes to toHospital toKospita1
Hospital But Still Lives LivetiDetroit
4 Detroit Nioh loh Aug 8 Barney 4
4 Oldfield had ar a airrost mintculoue mintulousescape 4 4i
i 4 + escape Jrom death this afternoon at atthq 4
4 + tho automobile moos nt Grouse GrousePointo 4
4 Polnto track when Dan wurcls of of4Ltunstng 4 44Lan
4Lan 4Ltunstng 4inR Mich collided with bin cur earI 4
4 In I tile thre tliretquartrs tiuarters Btrotch during duringthetfirtt 4
4 + thciflMt mile of the flyomlJe open 4 4event
4 ± event Oldfield and hi his car went 4
1 through the fence Into the Infield 4
4 4 and Oldfleld rucelved a badly later laterated 4
4 + atod scale end a severely bruised + 4
4 4 right arm Wurgls car iilso w Went nt 4 4f 4oft
+ oft tIj treck oh the Otitebje but did 4
f not cipnlzo and neither cur ur nor uriv uriver 4
4 er tvoro injured 4
4 4 Oldflold luy in un uneohusoiousin on olousln the in iiifield
4 + field when a dozen horrified spectat speetatera
+ 4 ors reached his aide tde He was carried carriedi 4
i 4 A to t4 an ambUlanc which bad been 4
1 f provided in fear of accidents and ta 4
4 ken to Harper hospital where it was 4 4said
4 said toalrht that barrinsr antlroly 4 4unforeseen
4 + unforeseen developments ha would be 4 4outIn 4Outin
outIn a few days daysOUTING
+ +
9 + + + 4 + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4OUTINGEXCIJRSIDN + +
Via VinOregori Oregon Short Line LineTo LineTo
To northern Utah and Idaho points pointsuguat pointsunit
unit 12th Qreatly r rdatqd dU d rates jateaaha ratesanU
aha l 1ng ng litntts See ugpnls ugpnlsSec ngpnts5cc
Sec the Island Jalaudglrla airla divo for nione nioneat money moneyat
at Lagoon Auff 9 Farfr lar 25 cents
Captures 1000 Easily in mhree mhreeStraight iDhrecStraight
Straight Heats HeatsCROWD iteatsCROWD
Buffalo Aug Sadie Mac the Peter PetorTho PeterThe
The Groat mare took the 1000 Empire Empirestake EmpIrestake
stake purse for 210 trotters the feature featurei
of the grand circuit card at Konllworth 1oniiworthpark
park this af ternobn easily In three
straight heats Sadie Mac was a GO to 10 10favorite 10favorite
favorite in the pooling j I
Four races were witnessed by the lar largoat I Ieest I
goat crowd which has ratherad In the thegrand
grand circuit here since the old days of ofSister
the Hamhin driving park The backers of
Sister Colettt lost a lot of money In the
234 trot She sold oDenlng1 favorite at
50 In pools of 116 but a a break In the
first heat found Hardwood in front and
the Gamewood gelding proceeded to make
it throe straight straightResults straightResults
Results Results2ii
2 2ii < pace purse 1000 three heat plan
Allerson won Jn three straight heats
Time 209Ji 200 205 i0S4 206 DIrectum Mil
ler second Peruna third Irish Josey
Lady Belle Brooke and Stein are start started started ¬
210 trot Empire stake stak purse J1000 1000
threeheat plan plahSadic Sadie Mac won In three
straight heats Time 206 2OSli 2O6 2W 2WI
I yephyr second Miss Gay third Hilton
Bonnie Russell Grey Gem Ma Mainie It
Marosco Grace Bond also started
Throeyearold pace purse 1000 three
heat plan planMary Mary Aldous won second and
third heats In 214 210 A Madam Direct Directwon Directwon
won first boat In 212 Two starters startersi
i 234 trot purse U0Xh 1000 threeheat plan
Hardwood won three straight heats TUne TlmoGet
214 21t Sister Collette second
Get Away third Bell Isle Lord Roberts
1 MInter Brilliant Girl also started startedBOYCOTT startedBOYCOTT
j ± f Pekln Aug 8 STli The correspon 4
+ f dent of the Associated Press is in 41 41formed + <
+ f formed that there Is no n fbunda fOtundalion + f
+ 4 lion for the statement clrculated + + 1 4In 1In
+ In the United States that Wu Ting > 4Fang
+ Fang former minister at Wash Washington + f1 f1f
+ f Ington Is responsible for f r the theChinese + f
+ f Chinese antiAmerioan boycottThe boycott 4 +
j + f The agitation against dealing In + f
4 American goods and shipping on + f
+ f American steamers JB spreading 4 +
+ f It Is loamed that thq Chinese for foreign +
4 elgn board Is no nearer a settle settlement 4 +
4 ment of the conditions than they 4
4 f have been for several weeks 4 4ttI f fRace
+ +
+ ttI + 4 + t H HRace + + + + + + + + + + + +
Race For Kings Cup CupCowes CupCOwes
Cowes Isle of Wight Aug 8 8Tue The re regatta regfttta ¬
gatta of the Royal Yacht Squadron Squadronopened Bquqdronopened
opened today The chief event was the therace therace
race for King Edwards cup Almost n ngreat as asgreat
great Interest however centered In the thorace theiace
race for fiftytwofooters over the short shortQueens shortQueens
Queens course which resulted in a vic victory victory ¬
tory for the Herreshoffbuilt boat Bonya
The winner was followed in by the May Moyana Maynun
ana the Brltomart the Maymon and the
Gauntlet In the order named namedPACIFIC hnznedPACIFIC
Seattle Wash Aus Au S Seattle eattle batt batted battedout < 5d 5dout
out a victory after San Francisco had hadrun hadrun
run the score ut > to five to t one on the
locals this afternoon Hitt was taken takenout takenout
out of the box and Whalen who dirt no o
bettor than his predecessor trafe put on
the slab The final score watt 9 to C
Score R il J B
Seattte 3 Ifi 4
San Franelseb 5 5 sBattJIiOsCliarlee 6
Batteries BattJIiOsCliarlee Charles Hall and Blankcn Blankcnxhlp 3ianKenship
ship Hit Whalen and Wilson umpire
Perrlne PerrlneSan POrrine POrrinetian
San Francisco Aur Au 8 8Thero There wan no nobaseball nobaseball
baseball game here today owing to the thofailure thefailure
failure tif th Teoadma team to arrive on ontime ontime
time timethe timePortland
Portland Aug SPortiand thauguraed thauguraedthe
the second half of the season at home hometoday hOmetoday
today by defeating the LoS Artgelas t6am tSalnby
by the scOre of 4 td 2 Score R H JS I5Ioa
ixjs Anrel Angels s 2 6 6Portland S SPortland
Portland 4 10 1l 1 1Bntterle I IIjatteriolW
Bntterle IjatteriolW W Ball aMdSpioa and Spies Jotica and andMcLean andMcLean
McLean Umolre tmnlreDavls tmnlreDavlsPacific Daviu DaviuPacific
Pacific Islanders day is aUvayg popu popular popumr ¬
lar Lagoon Wedns Vec1nsthty < 3ay return fare
25 cants
ANG r rFlattciI
Natlonallleague FlattciI Leue Leuewi
Won Lost P C
New York 70 23 n TD4
63 38 636
Philadelphia Philadelphiafhicago 57 g A t tSS
fhicago fhicagoCincinnati SS 48 C
Cincinnati Cincinnatist 58 4S 4SAmerican jjjs
st Louis LoiTsBoston
Boston JSjcA 55 i
Broekiyh 2 68 68American
American League LeaguePhiladelphia LeagueWos
wofl Lost j i > c
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaChicago 54 > 3 503 503Sit
Chicago ChicagoCleveland Sit tt SS
Cleveland ClevelandNew > 41 S6S
New York YorkBoston 48 41 4 229 2294C
Boston BostonDetroit 4C 4 517
Detroit DetroitWbBhington 44 49 473 473i37
WbBhington gton gtonis i37 37 E5 E 402
St LOuts is v 33 GO lS lSWestern
Western League LeagueWon
Won Lost P C CC2
DesMoines Des Moines r C2 34 645
Denver DenverSioux 57 7 42 ETC
Sioux City 4 lt 5C5
Omaha OmahaPuoblo OtnuthaPueblo t 50 4S ESS ESSvVSI
Pueblo PuobloSL > vVSI 9 113 C Gt 25
SL Joseph t 1 I 28 28Pacific G3 G3Pacific
Pacific Coast League LeagueH LeagueVonLost
H Won VonLost Lost P PC C
SoattlO C 2 714
Oakland 4 3 iBTl
Tacoma TneoLnaPOrtland s 3 COO
Portland 4 4 500
San Francisco FrapclseoLbs 3 4 H1 H1Los
St Louis Aug 8By By opening up with
good leads in each game thelocals took
it double header from Brooklyn today
Brown and Egan both pitched good ball
and hold tUft visitors at all stages At
tcndancc tdndancttj 230 Scores
IHrst came R H E
St St Louis 5 10 o 1
Brooklyn 3 6 1
Batteries RatteriesBtowii Brown mid Labor Slricklett
and Bergen BergenSocond
Socond game R IT E
St StL Louis ls v 7 o 1
Brooklyn s 5 o
Batteries BatteriesBgan Egan and GradT tad Mitchell
and Bitter RittorPIttsburg V VPittsburg
PIttsburg Aug 6 SP1ttshurg Plttsburg won an un ¬
interesting pamc gameln in tha th tenth Inning on
two hits It looked like Bostons game
up to flue eighth Atteiidancei2 000
Score V R H E
PIttsbure f B 12 3
Boston 4 7 3
Batteries ButttertekLeav Leaver r Lnch and Gibson
Wllholm and Needham NeedhamChicago NeodhamChicago
Chicago Aur 8 SNe New York dkeated dufeated
Chicago today In an errorless came by
batting in the first anti third innings The
locals found Taylor easy In the three In Innlngs innings
nlngs he Ditched but could do nothing
against Mathewson who replaced him
Attendance Attcndanee7l0 7500 Score R H B
Chicago 3 10 IDc 0
New York 4 12 0
Butteries BatterlesWelmar Welmer md Kilns Taylor
Mathewson and Bresnahan BresnahanCincinnati BrosnahanCincinnati
Cincinnati AAIS S With two men out
In the eighth inning Walker hit for a aMingle asIngI
Mingle and HUggms drew a base on balls
Barry then hit to right center for three
bttses sending In two runs The Phila
delphtas did nothing In the ninth At
tendance teudante1Oki 1000 Score R jf E
Cincinnati 4 1
Philadelphia PhiladelphIaBatteriesWalker l s 0
Batteries BatteriesWalker Walker and street Plttlnger Plttlngerend Pittingerand
end Abbott AbbottAMERICAN AbbottAMERicAN
Washington Aug Washington and
St Louis today Engaged In apitchers apitchersbattlfi a pitchers pitchersbattle
battle whloh was decided in the local localteams localteams
teams favor by Hills single In the tenth tenthInning tenthinning
Inning Attendance 2500 Sqore SqoreH SqoroV
V V H H E EWashington BWashington
Washington 2 7 1 1St i51Louis
St 51Louis Louis 1 7 1 1BattBities 1BatteiulesPttten
BattBities BatteiulesPttten Patton and KIttrldge Glade Gladeand Gladeand
and Spencer SpencerBoston Spencerflton
Boston Aug Shoston Boston continued Its Itswinning its1nning
winning stride today by by shutting out De Detroit Betroll ¬
troll Dineen was master of the situation situationat
at all times Soore SooraBOStOn
H H K KBoston
Boston 3 9 9Detroit 9Detroit
Detroit 0 6 6Batteries 0 0atteriesDinofl
Batteries atteriesDinofl Dineen and Origan Dlsch and andWarnor andWarner
Warner WarnorPhltttdelphia WarnerPhiladelphia
Phltttdelphia Augr SAfter eAttr losing ten tenstraight tenstraIght
straight games Cievela tlevehand id braced up to today today ¬
day and defeated the American league leagueleaders leagueheaders
leaders by a narrow margin Attendance Attendance441x1
4400 Score V VCleveland
R fi fiClexeland
Cleveland 5 i 10 iii 1 1Philadelphia I IPhIladelphIa
Philadelphia 4 4 10 2 2Batteries 5BatteriesRhiondes
Batteries BatteriesRhiondes Rhoades Bernhard and Bile Bilelow Duelow
low Plant and Powers PowersNew PowersNew
New York Aug Auggame SNew YOrkChicngO YOrkChicngOWESTERN YorkChicagogame
game postponed rain rainWESRN
Omaha Aug Denverv6n Denor naA AH elevon elevontimes elvninning
inning genie from the chnmt5s today todayafter
after it hfldV boon on alit mat several severaltimeS
times Score
R H E EOmaha EOmaha
Omaha K 9 2 2Denver 2Denver
Denver r 6 D 1 1Batteries 1flatteriesNiehola
Batteries flatteriesNiehola Nichols V and GentlIng Engle Engleand Engleand
and Brown BrownSt
St Joseph Augj S SPuCbI Pueblo hit at a tee terllfltt teeIIflo
llfltt pace today taking an easy game gamefrom gamefrom
from SL Joseph COra cOrbPueblo V
Tk q i E EPuettlo
Pueblo J31 1 18 i iSt 2 2St
St JoSeph i t 4 4BatterieeMitiOr 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatterieeMitiOr Minor and W ltesuItt dltt Thomas Thomasand Thomasand
and ZSnran ZSnranSioux 25nranSioux
Sioux City Aug 8 8Siouz Sioux City made it itthree Itthree
three out of four from Dds Mdmos today todayIt
It was an oldfashioned slugging match matchI matchbbtli
I UOth teams hitting the ball hard Score ScoreR ScoreSioux
Sioux City 14 W WG WDCS 19Des
Des Moines G u uBloux uBat 1 1V
V Bat BattoriaSlfllle lories Hale and Starnagle Manske Manske6wsley
6wsley and wakefteld WakoflQIdAMERICAN wakefteldAMERICAN
At Louisville LouIsvilleLouisyiile Louisville 12 Minneapo Minneapot MthtueapohIRO
t Indianapolis tndlanttpolisIitdthflapolia Indianapolis V 2 St StAt litolumbusOolumbus
At Columbus olumbusOolumbus Oolumbus 2 Kansas KansasCity 1aflsasC 1aflsasloiedoFir3c4lttno
City C 4 4At
At Toledo Toledowaukeo loiedoFir3c4lttno J I Iwankee
waukeo 0 Second w waulroe game Toledo C Mt Mtaukee
aulroe 15 15S
S 54 diving dtvia horsae at Saltair tqday
430 and 730 p r na Pro ProG
G 0 r rJo
Jo o with the Bupllgt Sunday school to toLagoun totapotin
Lagoun today
ttITjvItlt t1kti 4yy TITGH rtTvrTU1 fl OTtS5
cltyvcouncllor city council of Salt Lake GltySJf GltySJfI City rth 1n 1ntOntlon
tOntlon OLVVSUCII couliuit to niao the f5l
I lowing described ImproAoment towltr towltrf
f Constructing a cement sidewalk fo four r
I feet wldo Wld and ToUt Inches thick on both bothsides bothSItjs
sides of First Second and Third streets
for their entire length and on both sides sidesof tdes tdesof
of nil cross streets from A to L streets
Both streets inclusive between South
Temple and Third streets hot previously
Included In a sidewalk extension in side sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk districts Nos 24 4 23 and 26 and
defray the abutters portion of the cost Costand
and expense exnen thereof estimated esdmat d at fifty
two thousand eight hundred twentythree twentythreethere twentythreeand
and 72i S5ZsS73 dollars or 65100
061 dollgr tet front or linear foot footthere
there being 77I6S195 si5 feet abutting said
improvement by by a local assessment ass ssifleflt upon uponthe uponthe
the lots or pieces of ground within the theqbowing
following described district being the die
trlQt to be affected and benefited by sold saidV <
improvement namely
Fronting on First street
All of lots 3 and 4 block I 1 all of lots lotaand lotsand
and 4 block Z all of lots 3 and nd 4 block
2 ft all rtll AP of Tnlb lots A 3 and J 4 t VYZ block 1 A 4 alL alLof fill
of lots 3 and 4 block 5 all of lots lotsand
3 and 4 block 6 all of lots 3 and 4 block blockall
i all of lots 3 and 4 block 8 all of lots
1 and 2 block 9 all of lots 1 and 2 block
10 all of lots 1 and 2 block 11 all of oflet lot
1 and the the1west west 495 feet of lot 2 block 13 13feet IIdl
dl of lots 1 and 2 block 14 the west 11
feet of o lot 1 and all of lot 2 block 16 16all I Iall
all of lots 1 and 2 block 16 plat G Gall Gall
all tif f lots 3 and 4 block 1 all of lots 3 3and 3and
and 4 block 2 all of lots 3 und 4 block 3 3all 2all
all of t lots 3 and 4 block 4 all of lots 3 and
4 block 5 all of lot 4 block G the east 110 110feet
feet of lot 4 block 7 nil ot lots 3 and 4 4blOcIc
block 8 nil of lots 3 and 4 block 9 the theeast theeast
east SO feet of lot 3 and all of lot 4 block
10 all of lots 3 and 4 block 11 all of lots lotsS
3 and 4 block 12 all of lots 3 and 4 4block 4block
block 13 all of iota 1 and 2 block 17 all allof allOf
of lots 1 and 2 block 18 all of lot l t 1 and andthe andtho
the cast 12375 feet of lot 2 block 19 all allof altor
of lots 1 and 2 t block SO all of lots I and
2 block a the west 04S1 4S7 feet of lot l land 1and
and all of lot 2 block 32 the west 1155 1155feet 1155feet
feet of lot 1 and all of lot 2 > block at atand S Snil
nil of hots 1 and 2 block 24 all of lots 1 1and
and 2 block 25 all of lots I I and 2 block
26 all of lot X block 27 all of lot 1 end endthe nd ndthe
the west 1155 feet of lot 2 block 28 2 2Fonting
Fronting on Secoinl street streetAll treetAll
All of lots 7 S 3 and 10 block 2 all of
lots 1 2 3 and 4 block 3 plat T I all allof allof
of lotS S add 4 block 15 all of Jots 3 and
4 block 1C all of oflots lots 5 and 4 block 1 1all 17 17nil
all of loin 3 i and 4 block IS all of tots Iotaa
3 and 4 block 10 alf of lots S and 4 block blockall
20 all of lots 2 and 4 block 21 all of lots
3 and 4 blOok 22 all of lot 3 and the west
495 feet of lot 4 block 23 all au of lots 3 3and
and 4 block 24 all of lot 4 block 25 all allof
of lots 3 and 4 block 28 all of lots 3 and
4 block 27 Ml of lots 3 and 4 block blackall 28 28all
all of lots 1 and 2 block 29 h all of lots IotaI
1 and 2 Z block 30 all of lots 1 and 2 block
31 all of Ibts 1 and 2 block 32 all of tots
1 and 2 block 33 the West 33 feet of lot
1 and all of lot 2 block 34 all Of lots 1 and
2 block 25 all of lots 1 and 2 block 36 36all 36all
all of Iots1 and 2 block 37 all of lots 1 1and 1and
and 2 block 33 all of lots 1 and 2 block
39 all of lots 1 and 2 block 40 all of oflots oflots
lots 1 and 2 block 41 all of lots J and
2 block 42 plat D all of lots 3 and 4 4blook 4block
block 9 all of lots 3 and 4 block IO all allof allof
of lots 3 and 4 block 11 all of lots 3 and
4 block 12 1Z all of lots 3 and 4 1 block 13 13all 13alIof
all alIof of lots 3 and 4 block 14 all of lots
I 3 and 4 block IS 1 all of lots 3 and 4 block
16 plat G 25 feet in section 33 T 1 N NR NIt
R 1 B reserved In Popoerton Place
25 feet in section 33 T 1 N R 1 E re reserved reserved ¬
served in Popporton Place all of lots
18 to 23 inclusive Victoria Place subdi subdivision subdivision ¬
vision all of lots 1 and 2 block IS all of
lots 1 and 2 block 19 all of lots 1 and 2
block 20 the west 65 feet of lot 1 and all allof allof
of lot 2 > block 21 all of lots l and 2
block 22 all of lots 1 and 2 block 24 plat platG platFronting
Fronting on Third street
25 feet in Sec 33 is T 1 N R 1 E re reserved reserved ¬
served In Popperton Place all of lots 1
2 3 4 5 and 6 Victoria Place subdivision subdivisionall
all of lots 3 and 4 block IS all of lots 3 3and 3and
and 4 block 19 all of lots 3 and 4 block blocku
2t u the east 90 feet of lot S and all of lot
4 block 21 all of lot 3 and the west 23
feet of lot 4 blook 22 2 all of ofIots lots 3 slid 4
block 23 ail of lots 3 and 4 block 4 all
of lots 1 and 2 block 26 5 all of lots 1aad 1 and
2 block 26 all of lots l and 2 i block 88 88all 2all
all of lots 1 and 2 block SB all of lots l
and 2 block 30 all of lots 1 and 2 block
31 all of lots l and 2 block 32 2 plat G
25 feet In See 33 T 1 N R l K re re ¬
served in Popperton Place all of lot X
block 29 all of lots 3 and 4 block 30 30all O Oall
all of lots 3 ana 4 block 31 all of lots
3 and 4 block 3S all of lots 3 and 4 block
S3 all of lots 3 and 4 block 34 all of lots
3 and 4 block 33 ls all of lots 3 and 4
block 36 all of lots 3 and 4 block 37 all
Of lots 3 and 4 block 58 all of lots X and
4 1 block 39 all of lots 3 t and 4 block 4 4all 46
all of lots 3 and 4 black 41 all of lets
3 and 4 block 42 all all of lots 1 and 2 block
43 all of lots hot 1 and 2 block 44 all tl of lots
t and 2 block 45 all of lots 1 and 2 block
46 4 alt of lots 1 ahd 2 block 47 allof all of lots
1 and 2 block 48 all of lots 1 and 2 block
49 all of lots 1 and S Block Sflt all of lots
i Land 2 block 51 all of lots l and 8 block
SB 5 all of lots 1 and 2 bloek SS 5 ail of tots
1 a and d 2 block 54 all of loU 1 ana 2
block 1 > W1V iW l U11 all Ut ot hots II IIPlat I aild 2 block 51
Plat D all of o lo loFronting Iota 7 3 9 and 10 blOck
3 all of Iota 1 and 2 block 4 pInt I IPronting
Fronting on A street StreetV StreetAU
V Ail of lots 2 and S block 13 12 ail of lots tot
1 and and4 4 block 14 all of lots 1 and 4 block
IS all at lots 2 and 2 blo blok < sk K all of lots
2 and 3 block 41 alt of lots 1 and 4 j
block 42 plat D DFronting BFronting
Fronting on B street streetAll sttectAll
All of lots 2 ana 3 block 12 all of lot
4 block 13 pInt D DFronting I IFronting
Fronting on C street streetAH V VAlt
AH of lot 3 block 17 tUb soutu 742 74
feet of lot 4 block 17 and the north 4M9
feet of lot 4 blOck 17 all Of lots It aiM 3
block 18 all of lots 2 and S block 36 all allof
of lots 1 and anc 4 block 40 plat D DFronting
Fronting on D street streetAll streetAll
All of lot 8 and the south 7 feet of Jot
3 block 10 all of lots 1 and 4 Mock 11 11all 11all
all of lots 1 and 4 block IS the north
1025 feetof feet of lot 2 and all of lot 3 block
19 all or lots 2 and s Meek as e alt l of tots
1 and 4 blbok SB j slat tet D DFronting BFronting
Fronting on IB street streetAU
All of lot hits a add S Bleak 4 aft tat f tots
1 and4 and 4 blOftk bloek1O 10 al all Of lots iet Itttfl 4 block
19 all of tots 2 and 3 Mock 20 all of lots
2 and 5 bleck 37 all of lots 1 an aid < I 4blook
38 2 Plat Dr DrFronting D V V
Fronting on F street streetThe V VThe
The north 115S feet of lot 3 block S
the north IS f fet et of tot 4 btovk 9 JUl of
lots 1 and 4 block 26 all of lots 2 and X
block 31 all of lots S and 1 3 block K all
of lots 1 and 4 block 37 plat D
Fronting on O street streetAll StreetAll
All or oflots tots 1 and 4 block S alt il of tots
1 and 4 block 21 ail of lot 2 ands n4 3 block
2t all of lOts 2 and 3 bloak sC all of lots
1 ana 4 block 38 ulat D DFronting DFronting
Fronting on H street streetAll streetAll
All or lot 3 1 und tha north fa fei fe at f
lot 4 block 7 all of lets 1 and 4 blpok
22 alt of lots 2 and 3 block 25 all of Iota
2 and 3t 3 block 34 all of lots l and 4
block 35 plat D DFronting DBrontlngton
Fronting Brontlngton on I street streetall streetAll
All of lots 2 and 3 block 5 all let
1 block 6 all tZ Iota 2 iid 4 block I Ialt
all of lets S asS X 2 block S3 pint pintFronting B
Fronting on J street streetAll stteetAll
All of lots Iut 2 and z1l 3 bloCk 4 alt af f tote
1 and 4 bleak 6 all all of lots 1 and 4
illocR block M i all of lot 2 block 86 all ef tote hutsaan4
fand aan4 3 block 36 3 all of lots 1 and 4 block
m p1st D DFeasting
Fronting on unK K street streetAll
All of lets 8 and 110 S block 3 all of tote
1 and 4 bloek 4 all of Jots 1 and 4 ktoak oek
K 3 all of lots iOt 2 and S block 38 all of of lots lotsEXTRAORDINARY lotsV lotsEXTRAORDINARY
V Free FreeV FreeSaitul V
Saitul Saitul5f 1
5 5f High Diving Horses5 Horses5Positively Hores5Positie1y
Positively Two PeC Eeiprinances EeiprinancesDaily prmances prmancesBally
Bally 46 43c and 7jf 7 P K litFREE
100 will ili be paid to the man or orwomafti orWoniali
womafti borit in Utah who will willride lvii lviiride
ride the white hoi 1IO4Se e in hW 40 40foot 40foot
foot plunge and Iomain seated seatedon
on his back until he comes out outof outof
of itig thater thater13R Water Waterm
Champion Shot of o tlie th World WorldGives WorldOio
Gives Oio a u Jt fllley T y shootins oxhibi oxhibiV GXhibli0
V 480 i p tn at Salt
2 andj3 an 3 block Jl i all of lots i and 4 block
Sfet t I IAH IFr > <
Fr onI Strct r rMI
AH ot af lots 2 and 5 block 2 all nh of lots
I 1 ap ipv 4 1 block 3 nil of lotfi l and 4
block 26 all or lots 2 and 3 block 27 nil nilof altof
of tots S and 3 block bloek2C all allofjpts of OpU 1 and
4 Wock 31 il plat D DFrwntlnc V
Frwntlnc m < M street streetAll StreetAll
All of lots 3 and 3 biixrk 1 all of lots
1 1 an an4 4 I block 0 all of lots 1 and 4 4Dkxk
Dkxk 27 all Of lots 2 and S blOtk bl k 2S 2Satl c call
all of lots 2 and s block 29 all of lots i iFronting Iand
and 4 block 3O p1st D DFrontlp
Fronting on 2vT s street tr et etAll V VAll
All of on015 lots 1 I and 4 block 1 all of lots
1 and J 4 Mack 28 aM ef let 1 block 3
pat O all of tots 3 and J IdOc block S all alloi
oi tue iota H t S and cia S M black ek all 0C low losej S and
3 block 24 t plat Ot OtFrontlnit 0 0Fronting
Fronting on O street streetAll V VAll
All of lots 2 and 5 Ulock 7 all of lots
1 and 4 block S all of lots 1 and 4 block
9 aU o of lots a and X 3 block 10 all of lots
t add S BhNSk 2S SM of lotS 1 3 and 4
3 i4 plat G GFVonUne GFronUng
FVonUne on ° P mfcreett mfcreettAll
All of lets 2 and 3 block f all oC tots
1 and 4 block 7 all 11 of 0 let ot 1 1 block 2C 0 the thenorth thenorth i
north half of lot 4 1 ble block k M 3 all of lots
2 and 3 block 11 att 1 af lots 3 and S
block 22 lat Gt c
Fronting on Q street
AH of lots 2 and 3 block 5 al alt of lots
3 and 4 block C all of rots 1 and 4 bloCk
11 alt of lot 3 Mock 12 12 all of lots 2 and
3 block 21 all of lots 1 and 4 Me bleak k 22 2
plat G
Fronting FrtlntIn on S street
All of lots 8 and S bLock 4 all oC tots 1
and 4 block 5 the south US feet of lot
i 1 and all of lot 4 blOck 22 nU U wf lot 2 2Mock
and the south 12t1 feet of lot 3 bik 13
all of Iota 2 and a Mock 20 all of lots
1 and 4 block a plat O
Fronting on S street
All of tots 2 and 3 block 3 all of tote 1
I and 4 block 4 all of lots 1 and 4 block btodclots
is all of Iota 12 anti 3 block 14 012 of
lots lot 2 and 3 block 19 all of lots 1 and 4
block 20 plat G GFronting GFronting
Fronting on T street streetAll strOetAll
All of tots 2 and 3 3 block 2 all of tots lotsanti
8 and 3 block 18 all of lots 1 and 4 Moot
1 10 plat G GFronting GFronting
Fronting on U street streetAH streetAll
AH of lot lots 2 and 3 block 1 all li of tots
I and snd4 4 block S t alt of lots 1 and 4 block
14 all of lots 2 and 3 block 15 all of lots
1 and 4 block 2 all of tote 1 and 4 block
U all of lot lots 2 and 3 blOck 1C all of
Iota I to 18 inclusive Victoria Place and andall andall
all of lots I and 4 blOck IS plat G
Salt Lake City survey
All protests and objections to the car carrying carrying ¬
rying out 01 such intention moot be pr prs pe peSeated
s Seated nt 4 In writing to the city recorder on onar onor
ar before the a 121st t day of August 11 1tiG > G be bet
leg the Ume set by t mid council when it itwill Itwill
will hear and ccm ecesider der such protests and andObjections
objections as may ba made thereto
The total cost of said Improvement Is Isoatimated Iseetlmated
oatimated at seventy thousand one hun ¬
dred fortynine and 48lflO 7014948 del
lars of which sum the citys portion is isseventeen Isaeveliteen
seventeen thousand three hundred twenty
five and 75KX t73257S dollars leaving
fiftytwo thousand elrht hundred twenty
three and 731W 518217 dollars to be
raised by local assessment
By order Of the city council of A Ake a1t
Lake ke City Utah Utahated UtahDated
Dated ated July 3rd 1905 1905J 192LJ
J S CRITCHLOW City Recorder Red rder
Sidewalk extension No 31 31NOTICE S SNotice
Notice NoticeNOTICB
city council of Salt Lake City of the In ¬
tention of such council to make the fol ¬
lowing described improvement towit towitTo towitTo
To grade gutter curb and par pave with withasphalt withRephalt
asphalt Beat Temple street teem the thesouth thesosthu
south side of Fourth Smith street to the thenorth thenorth
north side of Ninth South street in paIr paving paIrleg ¬
leg district No a It ie intended ti timake to tomake
make said asphalt pavement between the thesouth thesouth
south side of Fourth South street and andthe andthe
the north n rth side of Fifth South street streetninetytwo streetninetytwo
ninetytwo feet wide between the curbs curbsBetween curbsBetween
Between the north aide of Fifth South Southstreet SouthStreet
street and the north side of Ninth South Southstreet Southstreet
street except at Intersections which are are1S
1S 1 feet wide it is intended to make makesaid teaksaid
said asphalt pavement seventytwo feet feetto teatwide
wide between the cjra It Is Intended Intendedto
to make said curbi concrete and re reinforce reInforee ¬
inforce the outer e eUe < e thereof with steel
bars barsThe
The total amount of the abutters per ¬
tion of the cost and kz expense of said im improvement lnDreVolOent ¬
provement estimated at eleven sites
dollars j per > er front foot between the south southside southside
side of Fourth South street and the north northside northside
side of Fifth South street and eight eightand eightand
and THOO avIs collars per front foot
between the south side of Fifth South Southstreet Southstreet
street and the north side of Ninth South Southstreet Southstreet
street will be raised and made by a
local assessment upon the following lots lotsand lotsand
and parcels of land within the district
to be affected and benefited by said im imbrovsmenr tinDrovement
brovsmenr towit towitFronting towit1ronting
Fronting on ISaat Temple street between
Fourth South and Fifth South streets streetsAll
AltotMitaC 34and lIIOek3 lIIOek3kit
All of tots 1 ad 8 bieok 4 plat A
Salt Lake CltV survey surveySaid surveySaid
Said land abeve described lies upon said saidast
JSast ast Temple street between said Fourth
South and said Fifth South streets and andcomprises andqompriass
comprises a total frontage upon upeaId Kdd Bast BastTemlale
Temple street of 139 feet The total totalcost totmlceat
cost and expense of making said im improvement amprovement ¬
provement apportioned to tee above abovedescribed
described abutting property being antI estimated antImated ¬
mated at fourteen thousandf five hundred hundredand
and tWenty li5OU dollars or elOen
SILOS 1109 dollars per front foot of abutting abuttingproperty abuttingproperty
Fronting on East Temple street between
fifth South and Ninth South streets
All of lots 2 V S 4 and S W bek ck 3 3ATI 3All
All o of lots 1 an 4 blocfc 4 4All 4Al
All of lots 1 t t 1 and SbWek 4 hibek K KAH 15All
AH of lots 4 and 5 block 14 14All 14All
All of lots 2 3 4 a aSO d 5 block 21 21All 21All
All or lots 1 I and S bkmk bkmkAll blokAll
All of ot lots 1 I 6 7 fcftd 4 8 WOCk iiieqkAll X XAH
AH of lots 4 and o Block M plat A ASalt i iSalt
Salt Lake City survey 1 1Said
Said land last above described lies upon uponsaid j
said East Temple street between said saidi saIdFifth
i Fifth South auth street and said Ninth South Southi Southstreet
i street and comprises a total frontage frontageUpon frontagelpon
Upon said SLat Temple street of 6880 feet feetThe
i The total cost of making said Improve Improvement imrOvaleant ¬
leant apportioned to theXbove the bove deiNirlbed deiNirlbedabuttltte deseribedabutting
abutting t foperty being estimAted at atfortyMix atfortysix
fortyMix thousand two hundred fJ4C3O 445156 445156dollars W Wdollars
dollars or sight and Tfc100 4415 7S dollars dollarsper dollarspep
per front foot irf abutting property
The total coat of said ald improvement In Including inciuding ¬
cluding portion t to be paid by city IB IBnutated isestimated
estimated at elchtyseven thousand five fivebttndred fivehundred
hundred and lpd nihetyflve SKJBQ9 dol dollars slelhers ¬
lars of which amount said city is to topay topay
pay twwntyrt thoxt Ik9US3I4 a eight hundred bundredand
and 1111 ventyave a S 6STLSO tSW dollars ana anasaHl ands
s saHl Id abutting property is to be a aasaaeed aasaaeedtot ooecd ooecdf
f tot r tlt the balance towit sixty thou thousand thousandseven aa4 aa4seven
seven hundred and twenty WOT30W del dollars dellets ¬
lars in th manner Aforesaid AforesaidAll fosaid fosaidAll
All protests und objections to the car carrytog cari7ihg
rytog out of such intention must be pre presented peesented
sented in writing to th the city recorder on onor onor
or before the net day of Angusi IQS v vthe be betog
tog the time set by b said council CIItlDd when it itwilt itwD
wilt har and consider soak u h protests and andobjections tmlobjections
objections as may be made thereto UnretoBy theretoBy
By order of the city council of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City x Uuii UuiiJ 121311Dated
Dated Juljp lz lzJ
J S CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderPaving ItecoroerPaving
Paving extension No IS ISI 16Assessment
I Assessment No 10 10I
Co pnv ptindci place of business Seht SehtLak
Lake City Utah Nntlw tohereby is hereby given giventhat giventhat
that at a m nieetIn > Mnfc of the directors dire tors h held heldon ML MLon
on the 10th day of July A D JMB an ans anassesinnt
assesinnt s 8 inm of one cent lc > Pr share shareWets n r rWi
Wi Wets Ivl levied d en us th the capital Stock of the thecorporation thecorporation
corporation payable on Monday July 17 17A I IA
A D 19 1955 to Arthur K Snow secretary secretaryt
at t ROoSt 3t Commercial bl block k Salt Lak
I City Salt Lak Leke county Utah Any stock stockI stocklilten
I upon which Ibis assessment nhall remain reuwsiaunlakt
I unpaid on Mwodxy the 14tb day of Auc Aucvertlaed Au AuuSt
uSt A B 11 will be 4eIInquent an4 a avertlted
vertlaed for attic at public autlon autlonless sn us ushess
less payment Vj5 l mao 111505 > befOre will b 1 s sold soldon Mt Mton
on Saturday the and day Of September SeptemberA
A D 1906 at 9 ocieek a m to pay the thedellnaueiit thedelinquent
delinquent as aassment ament together with the thecofet thecoOt
coOt Of AdTertwinK and the expense of ofSHle orsale
ARTHU1U18 SNOW Secretary SecretaryThe SecretaryThe
The South Columbus Mining company companyOffice companyOftice
Office Rooms SS3 CommerchU block Salt SaltLake SaltLak
Lake City Utah UtaluDelinquent UtahDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeW NoticeWABASII
cliMl pWe of buinee Salt Lake City Cttytftah Citytltsh
tftah Notice soticaThere There ar are aelluqi delinquent nt on oilthe
the following descrIbed steak on account accounti
i of assessment No M tovied t1C41 on the 15th 15thday th thposlte
day of June lt Us Sevqral amounts amountsset
set apposite poslte 4he h hI samnas of the zeSlldctIVe zeSlldctIVesharebslders
I shareholders towit towitI to wit witI
I Ne NaJge asse Sharea Vntt 4ifltI VnttlAufl
I Dueelmr 190 44
201 ilattield SObsIt 5 5And
And in aecordaaoe with law and tn the theords s sy
ords of the baiii of direetets made madeen
en the lath day y of June 1 so 5flV 5flVshares mafcf mafcfBharW
BharW shares of f each parcel pfc l df flljeli tock tockt sa samay
may be lisodsotry will b sOW t thc Of OfCe f fL
Ce of the miny looM 1 Ati
Iiieek Wast COOII south street L gait gaitk It ItLake
Lake k City UtaK en n th the ttth day of Att AttIgust August
Igust gust hOe at the hour of 130 p m to toDay
Say Day the dllna tlelinitliOnt nt a a54Oement s Bment together togetherwith togetherwith
with the cost oTadvertiBlnr of a4yertsIn and estienae estienaeof
V of sale W itoNTFKRjV itoNTFKRjVOffice MONi FICLutx FICLutxV Secretary SecretaryOfIce
Office 831 Atlas Block Salt Lake City Cityrtah CitYiV
rtah rtahSALT iV tah tahSAUl
i V 208 MAIN ST STCalifornia STCalifornia
California and Eastern aIera roacs DI DIrcct DIlect
rcct wiros d uhf all spvrt spvrtn Sf fl V Vlag
n lag events
Coaoult county clerk or the rtpeitAy rtpeitAyrflsrttt
signers lor further Hxioriaktlou HxioriaktlouRrfc
Rrfc T rflsrttt > TSTR COURT PRO PIl PIlSt
BATB ilivision m nd
for Salt
Lake cir cireat
> State St of Hah nmrVr
taJu in th mttar or the tiunV tiungUshnstj1
eat V mtd KUaiii gUshnstj1 < a8hlp uf Rosa P Pu F V
d4t nw t incompetent Xotlce Xotlceu NoticofViflIaie
rtiIT1 0 if WilUm G Ruylunoe the t to toU
Buandian u ot
U p the person and cstatt of ofscribed f ffiutlon
fiutlon O1iaUt chflhiatent for con conseethed
tie tieRedinitlOg
scribed real estate towft towlt
RegtanlBg at a point m I4 ro south out jf
UK northeast corner of lot it I block bi osl osltUnriing
fiveacre r > hxt A Big Kieli lie surv CT
running thence west 10 rods ihonce south
0 rods more or less to u th Ve entr > f fthe
canyon creek tbeno i1rthat
the center of o Canyon cr creek < > k to I the inter In
sectIon fl1 of astid creek with the east lin > of
said block 2 thence north 74 I rKfa r ai morn
or less hess to the place of beginning for the
N f SSwl And upon thn foiiowire folio n
terms towit Cash upon utonas coiifirmatioi
as aoaeatk auDqa fcom the return of sale c md
lu this court hs been set tor hearing Ii art u
Saturday the 19th day of f AUK A L D1 lt > i
at J O clock 0 a m at the counts court
botttML In the court room f said c eu < mt
fe Sslt Cak City Salt Lake county countyWlttMse countyWithoes
WlttMse the clerk o at s said M court courtes4
with tH seal thereof affixed this
B es4 aij sth daror AU A r > jwe
J l U J RJSDaK > JR Clerk GlerkNotice
Sy W H JVrnsworth Deputy oi tk
William > AJter Attorney JTeV Guard
tan tanNotice
Notice of Private Sale of Real Estate EstateIN EstateN
Slrit t Lake count state of tTja ITteJi probate
6tvMoa In the matter of th the therrate guardlaA
hip of Wbe Boraons and estaUw uf Ales
er ShlaMx and Lela rrate rrateShields 4 1 Shi Shields Ma
minors Notice of orivate sale ato of real realLbe
eUte eUteToe
Toe undersigned will sell at private saM
all the rights titles and interests of both bothr
the r above named ain 4 minors towit An un u uod ¬
divided od 2ait interest la and to those oar
tarn lands and In and to those certain certainsntracts
irontrartg of sal issued by tb the state of
Utah covering eeystin certain lands and alto in inand rz rzalt
and to those certain water share all a as asl15
hereinafter ctoecrfbod towlt
13SW acre acreS of land sKuuted in section 1 r >
towtishlp own lp 1 south of ran rang n S w west st of the
Skit it Lake meridian described as corn ooramettctng cornaneucing
mettctng at the southwest corner of in innortheast I Inortheast
northeast quarter of section II 1 aforesaid aforesaidand at eesaid eesaidtSsl
and rushing thence north m rods thon thonee thoneeeast e eeast
east 99 rods thence south 40 rods thshre thshreeast thhceeast
east HO rods thence south K rods thnta thtte thttewest e ewest
west 15 rods and 10 feet thenoe south ioutiiInrd C Crods
rods iInrd and thence west to the place placeAlso ace of
beginning beginningAlso
Also TlM 15 acres of ground in cection cectiontownship seedontownship >
township and ra range e aforesaid descrtb < x xas
as 5 oommwicJBr Ml rods from from tHe south southeast oufheast
east corner of the northwest quarter of ofsaid ofsaid
said acctloM 39 runnliiK thence ix forth > rth ifO ifOrods 151rods
rods thence west 79 rods ana 9i 92 feet feetthenc feetthence
thence south 100 15 rods and thence vast eastand
72 rods r and J Jginning feet to the place of b bAloe
Also contract at f sale No MM I4 i 1seud 1seudby = u uby
by the state board of land oommlssiofrKn oommlssiofrKnon oominiaiuhers oominiaiuherson
on June 1 1WI lii ooverlng s0v1n the nortliwst nortliwstr curt luweat luweatquarter
quarter ot the northeast quarter r tUo tUonorth I lie lienorth
north half of the northwest quarter and andthe ud udthe
the south sosthweat wast quarter of the northwest northwestquarter noel hi west westquartrj
quarter all in section 10 township townaluipsouth J Jsouth
south raae talige 3 west of the Sail ah1 I Lathe Lathemeridian itke itkemeridian
meridian containing 1 11 acres alui al the Hiesakl thes44
sakl labQs oover ocvCred d by b said contract contractAlso centresAlso
Also contract of sale Ne 38 iusucd i su xl xlthe hv hvthe > >
the state board of land commission p on onJan onJan
Jan S 1091 to t Samuel O Sponoar penoer and by byhim byhim
him assigned to A G Adamson ait J Jsoph Jo Josoph >
soph J Shields covering the southeast southeastquarter soul hCa hCaquarter
quarter of section 81 4 township 1 sovith sovithof sctthor
of range 3 west of said meridian con containing tu tutaming ¬
taming 160 j acres also the said lands cov covered tvered ¬
ered by said contract contractAlso contratotAlso
Also contract of sale No 47 4115 Iseur issuci i or orthe urthe
the state board of land commiegipners commienioners OR ORJan onIan
Jan 2 1SQ2 and assigned to D W Adam AJamson Adamson
son who took same In trust for the h hirs hirsof ira iraof
of A G Adamson deceased covering coveringnortheast ie ienortheast
northeast quarter of section 36 township
1 south of range 3 west of said meridian meridiancontaining merluilarucontaining
containing 1 150 9 acres also the ald lauds laudscovered landscovered
covered by b saId cXWtract cXWtractAlso editteactAlso
Also contract of sale No 1 1655 9 lsaunI asue i by bytins bythe
tins state board of land commissioners on onMay onMay
May 1 18 1S assigned by Joseph J Shfoida Shfoidato
to Samuel mbel G Spencer and by the latt latuassigned r rassigned
assigned to A G Adamson and Jos Joaii JoaiiShields > a aShleidH
Shields ceVBrttte the southwest quarter auarttrof quarterof
of the northw northweSt t quarter of sctl sectIon sectIontownship < rn rntownship
township 1 south miw 3 west of 5 < ii iimeridian i1meridian
meridian contaimne 40 > acres also the thesaid theheld
said lands covered by said contract contractAlso contractAlso
Also contract of sale NOL fK 475S isau issuci l i tv tvthe > v vthe
the stat board of land comiwteslon rs a aJan aJan
Jan = 1908 19 to Samuel G Spencer and l by byhim > v vhim
him assined to Alexander G Adams T Tand Tand >
and Joseph Shields fover covering c the sout soutwe siutl siutlwest
we west t quarter of section 2 townshIp townshIpsouth T Tid
south of passe 3 west of said id m mprldlaru mprldlarucontaining ridiari ridiaricontaining
containing 1 1 acres and aloe the v vlands saPi saPindO
lands ndO covered by said contract contractAlso contrpqtAlso
Also contract of sale aIe Ko Jssued Issued b bthe hthe >
the state board of land aidCW OeaIaonees l sjUmer o oOct nt ntOct
Oct 1 im to Joaaph Shields and D DAdamson IV
Adamson the latter taking his intpr interos interosIn L Lin
in trust for Mi A G Adamson covering tv tvnorthwest t 1 1northwest
northwest quarter oT the sottthTre t lilt lilttar u utw
tw th the southeast quarter nl the sw swwent H Hwest
west quarter and the south half of ofouthed4t i isoutheast
southeast quarter of section 2i the P Phalf ehalf
half ot the soutnw puuthwpat et quarter of se seu < ii iiA I Ithe <
A the east half of the northwest northwesttar via viaail
tar the southweSt quarter of the north northjweat
jweat quartOr of cetion 25 atnd tiu tiuhait
hait of the nOrtheaSt Ouattcr of tyI irs
ail 11 in township 1 i iwest south of rant rantwest
west at f said meridian coiiuantiig 4 4acres ic icacres
acres and also the said lands eovcrert b bcontaining bc bcaid
aid contrOsrt contrOsrtAlso
Also contract of sie No issued o othe
the state bont of lend coeasdoneh un unOct
Oct 1 liOf VOrth5 lots I 3 I 4 u uand
and S and the south half of the sent hi hieast
east Quarter of ateetlon L township townshipsouth
south of rage 3 west of weld moridla moridlacontaining
containing 41SW acres ju and 1 als alslands aloe the saidi saidilands
lands coveredby covered b s1d d contract contractAlso
Also contract of sale No iesul 1 1thO
thO state board of land coesiniseleners on onJue
Jue 1 19 19g covering lot 4 Mid the south southQuarter soutiiwest
west Quarter of the northwest quarter quarternortheast quart cr crand
and the west half of the thWest ur urtsr
tsr all In section 1 the south half jf IhO IhOnostheaat
northeast quarter of section 15 the south sovthhalf southhalt
half of the northeast quarter and tn tnsouth the thesouth <
south half of the northwest quarter quarters quartersoctiOft
s soctiOft tion 11 and the west half of the nor norWst nonwest
west quarter quarter of f seetloit Uo 12 nIl ll in tow towrwest towsilp
silp 2 south of range S west or ofineridiar itiKi itiKiacres
ineridiar containing 4712 acres and alas alssL alasthe
the ld landS covered by said eontrat eontratAlso L < V VAlso
Also Twenty twenty shares of the capital st ti te teiahd 5 5of
of tiuf Utah Salt Lathes Canal consoeruy consoeruyrepresented
represented by stock esriffleates Nest v vA
A iahd SOd 1M B said shajs of Stock ock C rot rotstitutlng T Ttituting
tituting the evidnc of ownership in > f fwaters i iwaters
waters that are used J to i Irrigate p pertuos pertuosof rtionrf rtionrfof
of the forwgoing described Jwsds Made and i iing be belag
lag appurtenant to the tends upon on ahca ahcasaId h cbt cbtiaM
saId waters ot r arc used oh 01 or after rrtda rrtdatha Prdethe
the 18th day of f August 1606 and written writtenbids writtetabids
bids Will bS received at Rootn 300 Aty At Atblock
block West Second South street Serftt SerfttI 5fIke
I Ike City Utah UtahTerms
Terms ln BtIof of sal sale cash on delivery ed edoaaMJ adgIlardlt
oaaMJ SHIBLD6 LILD Guarflan GuarflanDated GuardlttDated
Dated Aug 5 15 15Resolution K KResolution
Resolution ResolutionA
upon Ml the real and penmotta propelI propelIwithin ff r rwithin < >
within Salt Lake City made taxable V VBe F Fiast
Be It Resolved By the city ceuaci ceenvtSalt o oSalt
Salt Lake City ftah ftahThat ttablhat
That for the purpose of defraying detra3ringnecessary tt ttn > >
n necessary ce sary and proper picv espeees tos of sar sarLake a aLake
Lake City and nd maintaining the gi > vt > rn rnment
ment thereof there bo and ttocreIs there he 1 1is
Is levied upon all the real aJl ai4 p ptax u I Iproperty
property within said city lOads taxab taxabb
b law fee the fiscal year ending D Dcomber
comber 31 ISIS at tax of f etoren fin finto ill a is isper
per each dellar amassed valeatiso of sat 1 1property
property propertySaid
Said tax to levied and te to be bei raled raledfor
for the following i urpoBCH and andthe is ans ansshall
shall be apportIoned to such perposes perposesthe
the following manner mannerTo mannerTo
To d defray fr ir cotitlniwnt expanses fewn fewnand fuuand
and onehalf 4 mills on each dollar doiiaassessed s saseessed
assessed valuation of said property proiwrtyTo
To purchase water sources streams and andthe antithe
the land upon whifh such streams are ap apwaterwoffc at atproprIat
proprIat and ROd 0 Coust ri r rWaterwotk5
waterwoffc and 54 to 5U u ly water for ir irrigation r rrigatlon ¬
rigation slid other purpOses threefourths threefourthsmill threefourthstill
mill on each dollars assessed yalta vahaand yaltation
tion Of aaid proPerty proPertyTo
To sgiOlI Oppruvo Led repair Idew t tand
and sftSSb StfOd15 Bye v 5 mills 6n eaChd eaChdlars Cach d dlars
lars DSntrKtrrf valuation ef said pr prTO r rertr
ertr ertrTo
TO construct kiud nd repair sowers a adrains adrains
drains onehalf > s i mill on each dolku dolkuassessed dol dolassessed
assessed valuation of said property propertyTo propertyro
To ro maintain public library and andreading fr frreading
reading room onefourth i > mi mieach ni nieach
each dollars dollar s assessed valuation of ofThis ofireperty <
V VThis
This resolution shall ball take effect effectIts ii iifix >
fix naaoatte naaoattePaWd p5M5ePassed
PaWd Passed fy by the city couaefl of f Salt la laCity 1 1City
City UtOh July 3Urt j W and rfir rfirState r rto
to the mayor for his aproa4 aproa4J
J s tMtilVffLOW City ocor ocorApprOvOd
ApprOvOd tbl 3If dapf 11iaIy he heitlcflXirD
itlcflXirD F MQRRI5 Ma MaState
State of ftah City and County of So SoLake iaLakesa
Lake LakeI Lakesa LakesaI
I J S CrltcHIow city recorder ot si siLake h hLake
Lake City Vtah do hereby cortlfy cortlfyis t tthe
the above and foregoing is a full tr trand I Ind
and nd correct copy of a resolution entiti entitiA nul nulA
A resolution levying taxes upon all allreal i ireal
real and personal property within S SLake 5Lake
Lake City made taxable by law pass passby lh L Lby
by the city council or Salt Lake Lak it itUtah
Utah July 3lst 19K aid approv approttd approttdthe d dInivttiNWi
the ninyOl July Slot iso s appears appearsrecuffl
recuffl in af rtlce rtlcelitwtf4aes
InivttiNWi whereof I nave alt4 h he heunto v vunto
unto 5O t my hand aJ afti aftiSealyth ftt fttScalY
Sealyth ScalY LbS c tdforatte r < fatr seal it < If f > aid cit citthis st stthis
this lt day tla < if f Aiscust 411 90 90J
J 1 5 CRITOHLOVV I oilr oilrKM tl tltassiution
KM tassiution iution No 91

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