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Downing and Ivor Kedman Put Tip Tipa
a Great Race RaceSAMUELSON
Ivor Redman and Hardy Downing DowningWere
Were the chief actors aetorp in the bestjno bestjnotorpaoed best ino inotipacod
torpaoed race of the season at the sau saucer ¬
cer track last night in 1r fact those thosewho thosewho
who have seen some someprotty pretty fast pace paoefollowing
following on the local track witnessed witnessedthe wltneseeathe
the fastest five miles that has ever boon boonridden beenrIdden
ridden by the pacefollowing brigade brigadeIn
In Salt Lake Five miles at a aiT vl27 vl27clip
clip ° iT la certainly wearing out racing racingtires racingtlrc
tires but this is the pace hit by the thepair
pair Trom ron crack of gun to crack of ofgun
gun The motors were on their good goodbehavior
behavior and never missed a chug du during ¬
ring the race After it was over Red Redman ¬
man who looked fresh declared that thathe
he had ridden his machineto a stand standstill
still and was ready zeadfOr for morebut that thatit
it was not forthcoming forthcomingThe
The race went to Downing by a aquarter
quarter of the lap the San Jose rider riderriding
riding it out In the last two miles at atDace
3 Dace that passed Redman in spite spiteof
of the efforts of the tb latters machine machineSamuelson
Samuelson Beats Downing DowningW i
W J5 ri Samuelson PTOVQB ProvQsPrIdp Pride put puturinip
k urinip crimp 111 In j liowntngs > L > wlllil4 s winning niiiiiiu niicu niicuIn streaK
In the halfmile open that came as a asurprise
surprise to the rail birds Downing Downinghas
has been having everything his own ownway
k way for the past couple of weeks but butlast
last night it was shown that It was wasnecessary
necessary for him to ko keep p his head headgoing headgoing
going all the time to beat Samuelson SamuelsonIn amuelsonin
In the final of the halfmile Williams WilliamsJumped Williamsiumped
Jumped on the second lap for a three threelap threeh
h lap sprint for homo Samuelson and andDowning andDowning
Downing were following in the order ordernamed ordernanied
named but neither took the opportu opportunity ¬
d nity to tack on onTwo
Two laps from home Downing
jumped and Sammy caught Hardys HardysOWning
ar wheel OWning caught Williams Williamsfor
aster going for a lap and then tried triedtoMceep
toMceep upthe sprint for home Sam Sammy ¬
my rn came came out a half a lap from the thetape thetape
tape and before Downing could real realize realiso ¬
iso what waJ3 w going on Samuolson shot
by him HkS a flash and won by a
length lengthIn
In the amateur ranks Hume again
demonstrated his riding ability abiIIt by go going ¬
ing the last halfmile in the two twomlla
mlla mII lap race and then running away
from the bunch on the he last sprint sprintSummary sprintSUnimary
Summary of Evening EVenmgTh
Th sjummary
Quaftarrriito amateur flrtaljMcCor flrtaljMcCormlok
mlok Wilcox west tVost Time TIme30 30
Halfmile professional flnal finalSam Sam Samueteon
ueteon Downing Bardgett Redman
Twomile lap amateur amateurHume Hume West
Wllcox Castro Time Timne404 104 45
Threequartermile professional han ¬
dicap consolation copsolationAchorn Achorn 75 7 yards
Hopper 55 yards Hollistcr scratch
Ti T1i425 i25 15 15Fivemile 15jtlvemnile
Fivemile motorpaced match race
Jatween Downing and I Redman
Won by Downing Time TIme714 714 714NATIONALLEAGUE
Detroit Aug 23 29lWhan KllhRii was master of o r
the situation in the opening game of the tb S
N New w York series s cies and shut hut out the met ¬
ropolitan team Attendance Xttondanoel500 1300 Score ScoreR
Detroit 2 S 1
Nesy NevrYork York S a S 2
BattQrlw BatterIKiflian ICIlliAn and Warner Newton ewton
Griffith MeGuire and Klclnow KlclnowChicago IJelnowChicago
Chicago Aug 29 By opportune hitting
and cestlyerrors ceeUy orrors by Washington Chicago S
won today Patterson was in rare form form
I Attendance AtteiidancmeZOO 5300 Score R Iff E L
Chioujro 8 9 4
Washington 4 7 4
Battwriea BatterloePattfmrsua Patterson and Sullivan Falk
onburc Jaoobaen and Kittredzo KittredzoSt
St Louts AUK 29rB0ston Boston shutoutSt
Ixmte today owing to th the brilliant pitch ¬
jug by Toting Howdil got a bad start L
c but pitched great ball after the first flr it
inning Attondanoe Attondanoe1200 1200 Sao Seore re
reR R H E l
St StLovi Louis 1
> v 0 6 Z
Boston 2 4 o
Battoriow BattorioeRowelI Howeil and Spencer Young Toun
and Cricer CricerCleveland CrinerC1gvo1Rn g
Cleveland Aug SQ Piiiladolplila took too k
two ctunes from Cleveland today Tlie Tb
fjrtt irKt came was a walkaway for philA ph1I
411pbia flplpljla The second us gsme me wee won by byf 1 3
U bboIds ren Attendance1OcXgj Seorei
f I Y rirat P Iret game R H E I
4 l Cleveland 0 5 S 9
Philadelphia Philadelphia G 11 a
Batteries lstterIesDontuie Dotmhue Wall and Buelow
Wddoll and Schrak 3
r Second game R H IS I
Cleveland ClevelandPhiladeiplila 8 S 3
Philadelphia 4 S 2
Batterio + Bernhardt and CtarkarCook arke
Icy and Sohreck SohreckAMERICAN chreckAMERICAN
PhiladoiPhift Aug OPlttsbu teds 1
won tWo otcIting gneg rrom Philade I
pltiu phia 3Kl Wagner < > r wn the first rst came ln I a
the h eighth Inning by
dchtV111111 noting a home run ru n
with Clarke on second secondIn
In the second game Howard scored the tli Is
winning run on a base on balls Clerks a
sacrifice and Leachs single Corridon a
was knocked out of the box In the third thlr ii
ooOv ln Inning Sinffe Scores ScoresFirst of r the 8econd game i iFirst Attendance AttendanceooOv L iiL
First game H K c
Philadelphia V t B 2
Pittsbure c cSocond 0
BatterIoeSparkg aD0In Lyneh as id
Gibson GibsonSecond
Second gain gainPIttsburg lt i1 1 I
PIttsburg PIttsburgpiio
piio PhIIslolphI L LBRltcHes 8 14
BRltcHes BatterlesRobertaflie Robertaine Smith and Oil ¬
son Corridon Duggleby > ugg i > r a aHd d Mttnson MttnsonBoston MitneonBoeton
Boston Aue 90 OJI1te tte Kme today b p
tweon Boston aed Hd Chicaro btx bea n 1 u to t tBoston 1 1O
onesided hi the fifth Inning wbee U
Boston flelderm lost track of ofj SagIeg g
fly In the sun and three runs woro oore
Attendance Attaadaneo1AOO j 18Wt Score R ft I
Chicago 10 11 3
Boston 2 7
BatterieaLunderen nod KJtns Willis WflJ i iand
and Moron MoronBrooklyn MoranBrooklyn
Brooklyn Ausr a8Aftep Lft lol 1eth tr four toe
teen games out of flfl4en flft n and aj making the U Uothor
other a tie Cincinnati w wea n from Broak BroakBrooki
ln tOdRY AttendaziceIJW So ie ieR
Brooki Brooklyn n nClitoInn 8 4
ClitoInn Clolrsnati U 7 10 0 00w
Batted3Uteheil and 13ergn Walku
S uili and Street Streetew
0w York Aug A d dgame
game iioxo to4a iptwe u k
and St Loule teams i ilctoi y
for the U1 lo looHie looHieSt U USt c4 < wc
St jepak Leyte ui
k N v rork Tqrk S 9 IV I
Butterlo iattCrlOIIoFarIasd lojr rla id Brown and OWUly atfl atflAmes V
Amos and BroMMalmn BroMMalmnAP1ERICAN BroesaltanAMERICAN
At ICansas Irsila City C1tyIansas Kansas City 8 Louis Louisville Louli Loulvl S ¬
ville vl 6 6At
4 i At > Milwaukee MIlwaukeeMIlwaukee Milwaukee 8 indiana Indianap Indianapolis p ¬
olis E
Chess Tournament TournamentBarrtienr TournamentBarI
Barrtienr BarI Auir 23 29hr Irr the chess tour tournament ton tonnamant ¬
nament today Suechtlng drew with Ala Alapin Al
pin Bjfrns I1U lost to Barnstolnt Taohlsorm Taohlsormwon Tsehiorwon Alin in
won from Marshall John won n from Gott Gottsctaajl ot otsdball
sctaajl IJJuroczy IiItthIZY won from Slfbseaf Js Jsnow a an >
now noki krl lopt t te Bergen Lcohhordc drow drowtrltlr ir irwith n
with Sohwchter SchisobterLsd
Lsd Fr TR iI l
HalfMile it Professional Bicycle Race
Captured by Prank Kramer in inStraight inStraight
Straight Heats HeatsSoccial ffeatsSecial
Soccial to Th The Herald HcialdVailesburg HeraldValleurg
Vailesburg N J Aug 29 29Franlc Frank ICra ICramer
mer tri trici er won the halfmile professional bicy bicycle bicya ¬
cle ci a race here tonight beating Ivflr Law Lawson IALWn
son So Soth n in straight heats ICramer won wonthroiiKh wonrough
throiiKh th thb thth rough supcrWr jockeyshlp In the first firstoat
hoat b oat Lawson took the lead and held it to to5ue toe
5ue th thto e J back stretch Here the then started
to sprint and in a terrific burst of speed speedramer
Kramer K ramer massed the Salt Laker and led ledm
him hi hior m across the tape by a half foot Time
oj or oriC heat 1 minute and 41 25 seconds secondsi secondsramor
iC ramor y r all allowed < > wed Lawson to assume the
lese i lead le ad in the second heat The westerner westerneraet
aet se t a terrific clip with Kramer hugging
his hi hiri s rear tire The easterner passed his hiarival hisval
rival ri risi val in the home stretch and won by
8 si > x Inches Time 141 15 seconds
sioy The American Quartermile amateur amateurcycle amateur1e
cycle oy 1e championship was won tonight by
Teddy T Bllllncton of Brooklyn BrooklynENTRIES
Tennis T ennis Players Who Wish to Com Compete
pete j te for State Championship
Utist tist Then Be Entered EnteredThe
The entries for the state championship
tennis te nnIs tournament closes at 4 oclock to tomorrow
morrow m orrow and all tennU players in the
state st ate who would like to compete are re requested ¬
quested qu ested to get tneir entries In by that thatme
time ti me Entries ntrles will be received by Walker
Salisbury Sa lisbury at roomAtJ17 room l7 MqCornick M Cornick block blockup
up to t this hour when the drawings will
be made
The committee in charge of the tourna
ment m mto ent say that every effort will be made
to arrange games to suit the contest
ants an ts as regards to the time they are to
be played and no one need hold back for
fear fe ar he will not be able to get time to
play pl plsu ay as the gomes will be scheduled to
suit su it the players
Those who enter are asked to hold
themselves th emselves In readiness to play if neftea
sary na ry on Thursday evening ae it 4s just
possible po ssible that the tournament will be com
m monced enced immediately after the drawing
Ifm If the entry list is a large one the com
mittce m utes may decide to do this to get down
to the finals on Labor Day but if not
play pl ay will begin 3tiday or Saturday ac
cording co rding to the number of entries entriesSTANDING
National League LeagueWon
Won Lost PC
New N ow York 83 S3
Pittaburg P 77 4 W
Qhlcfteo C 70 o 49
Philaaolphia P hiladolphiaincinnati Cl C8
Cincinnati C 61 57 4T
St tLou Louia 47 79
Brooklyn E roouyn 57 80 n
Boston B oston 18 i3 83 83Western 3i
Western League LeagueDes
AVon Lost PC
Des D DD ee Moines MoinesDenver 7g 41 si
Denver D ouyur < 7i 48
QIoux loux City 64 iii
Omaha OmahaPueblo D mitha 00 I
Pueblo PuebloSt P ueblo 43 I
St S t Joseph 30 30American j g L
American League LeagueWon LeagueWon
Won Lost PC
Philadelphia P 67 48 1 Oy
ChicKtro C 64 46
Cleveland C leveland Bl j 51
New N ew YorJc ozk w CH 1 51
Boston il oston 64 84 g
Detroit D etroit 61 j j
WuahinKton 47 C4 C4Pacific 4 4
S t Louis 41 1 Ii
Pacific Coast League LeagueWon
Won Lot P PLog
O akilu1 i6 ii S
Log L os Angeles hi 111 S
Tmcoma TmcomaSan T TS acoma 13 12 5 0
TP San S an Francisco 12 0
Portland PortlandSeattle P 11 15 4 ml
Seattle S oatUe 8 24 4
Dee Moines Aug 29Dos Dos Moines batted d
Is McCIoskey hard winning 8 to t Score ScoreJR ScoreIL
Dos D os Moines S 13
Omaha O maha 4 9
Batteries BatteriesManske Manske and Wakoficld Mc
Closkey C lokey and Gondincr GondincrDenver Oondiigy
Denver Aug 28 PAnothr Another y loosely played pe d
g gume ame between Denver and St Joseph to ¬
day d ay resulted in the formers favor Score ScoreR 1
R It E i 1i
Denver Delivert vU 9 3
St S t Joaqph 3 14 3
Batteries BattorlesVolemdorff Volemdorff Bugle and Lueia L
Leay Fair and Z Z4nran Z4nranPueblO nran nranPueblo
Pueblo Cole Aug S Puoblo PuobJ tookthe took Ui e
second s from fromSidtttity SInis City today by b tuperlor dp ric r
playing Dalehantys Delehantyabattlng battlng was tha di 5
feature t Score R H EL I
Pueblo 7 122 iu 0
Sioux Clti X i 7
Batteries iiatterivsHuttsr Hutter and Shriver Jerrot it
Portland Ausr 23 Portland defeated a
Oakland in the opening came of the se si sirise ¬
rise today by scoring the only run of
the same In the first inning Schmidt Schml it
paused Atz and a sacrifice by b Van Buron Buri r rollowed
followed f by MltchoUs fltholl 5 corking drive to I
right sent Atz across the plate Schmidt
split a linger in the fifth and had to re i ¬
tire Van Bureits fielding was the fea fe ¬
ture of the gains fejoorbc ere K H 15 I
Oakland 0 4
Portland q4
DtbrieSdffnilUt T anUlrnti i
Garvlu nd Conrad Lmpiroflankin LmpiroflankinTeoma umpire Ranfcln RanfclnTacomo
Tacomo Wash Axtti Aii Lpj Angelos Aueh
hit Thomas hard beaUlea takins tttk1n atlvant atlvante advanage
age e of Tacomaa errWr and therefore h he d
no difficulty in i taking todays game
Tozer was effective and was faultlessly faultlessl faultlesslsupported
supported Btejga Btejgaborne Rgea scored first on his h
borne run Score R H K I r
Taeoma 3 6 3 3and
Los Angeles 7 15 0
Batter1esThomas end logan Toni r rand
and Spies Umpire UmpirePerrlne UmpirePerrlneBAR Perrine PerrineBAR
Saltafr Refreshment Passers Win WinBall WI n nBall
Ball Game From Cafe Boys BoysOut BoysOut
Out on the sands west of the Salt SaltAir L
Air Lr pavilion the Bar Boys and the theCafe Ui IC
Cafe Boys employed at Saltalr Saltalrplayed Saltn Saltnplayed Ir
played a rattling good game of base baseball bastball ¬
ball yst yentsrday rd y morning the former formerwinning r rwinning
winning out by a score ore of 2 to 1 The Thecontest TIi e econtest
contest began at 3 a m and wHg wlt wltnessed t tneseed
nessed only by enroloyes of tH tie resort resortnone renor t
none of the traitws having arrlr arriYod d Fred Frederick Drei Dreierick t tt ¬
erick Bpwllnp pitched for the fefrech fefrechment I
ment ifessers and Joseph Ferrln acted actedmi acte acteas it Iit
mi backstop For the lovers the bat battery L Ltory ¬
tory conslstcft of Earl rl Pouls Poulsel l and Rege RegeBast flea e eitiast
Ohio In the Lead LeadS LeadAll
S rtfitfct X J Aim All 28nAt 29Atthe the conch conclusion conchiglon ¬
sion off of4the the team Orlng tonight the work workIn woi woiIii
In al y fire flr at SOI fled WO yards and in inrnpid
raPid fire at 960 0 yrd had been ooinjilot ponhileed ooinjilotcd t Int
cd with Ohio In the lead New York I ork soc socoud so C Cdid
Easy for Miss Sutton SuttonCincinnati SuttonCinoinnati
Cincinnati Aurf 29 2Pln In the tennis tour tournament tou r ¬
nament today Mine Sutton easily won w am ram
from Miss Cowing in the first round and am id
Miss Roman defeated Miss von Steirtwohr Steiflwel hr hrinthe
in inthe the second round roundof of the theladtos ladies singles singlesA slngltMontana
A Montana Cowboy Wins WinsDMones WinsDa
DMones Da i1oInes la ur 30 i4aek Jaek Car Carmore a
the Montana CowIIOy defeated Doe Ft 1
more the Canadian champion in a wrest wres I
Hns mktch hero tonight tonightDr tonlirhtDr
Dr Griswold dentist tel Clnd lad 2472 2472D 24 2 2T
T D J Sharp Coal CQ Ca73tain
73 73tain Main street Telephone TIP Anth AnthnciSf mttl li lizac1th
nciSf oool shipped from mines duljf duljfir EIItiI y
Ni ir Old con coal Sumrit umnmr r rnt < to J5 tpi pr 1 1t
t fl pr Inn
li Many Dead i3ea Ones Line the Bank of ofParleys
Parleys Creek CreekSMELTER
According to reports from Parleys can canyon ¬
yon yo yoC you n corroborated by State Game and Fish
C Commissioner John Sharp the cloudburst cloudburstup
up u p Lambs canyon lost wcek weekIitl < Ud a great greatamount
amount a of damage to theJ xVln in that thatstream
stream st ream Persons coming Gtfn the can canyon
yon y yal on reported large numbers of dead flsli flslialone
i alone al ong the banks of Parleys creek and andreported
reported re ported the matter to Mr Sharp In Innearly
nearly n nth every case it was claimed that
t the th e muddy water caused the death of
tho th e fish but upon making an Investi Investigation ¬
J gation g Mr Sharp said this was not the thecase
case ca se
caseIt It is not the muddy water that caused
j the th e death of the fish said Mr Sharp
as many suppose nor have I ever in inmy
my m y experience known or a case where wherewater
water w ater of this description bus killed fish
5 The T he cloudburst up Lambs canyon caused causede
t the th e stream to rise suddenly and over
t flow fl ow the banks of the stream which Is isways
t always al ways the case when streams arc In this thiscondition thisondition
c condition c The water coming up sud
denly d < enly receded Just as asast fast and In doing
s so a m left hundreds of fish nigh and dry
This T his I take it Is the real reason the fish fishwere
i were W Ore killed altO not on account of the themuddy theuddy
i muddy m uddy water waterMr waterMr
Mr Sharp said the waters of the can canyons canons ¬
3 yons y ons ore muddy every spring and stay staymuddy
i muddy m uddy for perhaps months but It never
bothers b tho trout He says however howeverat
j that th at the rise and fall of the water IB IBgradual
j gr gradual adual at this time of year and when whentho
t tho th o atreotnp streem begin to recede the flab have haveplenty
j plenty p of time to find their way back in inthe
i the th e channel channelThere
There have also been several reports reportssent
sent s ent to the fish commissioner that the thesmelter
I smelter s smoke is killing fish In the nu numerous nuerous ¬
merous m mS mt erous ponds throughout the valley Mr
Sharp S smiles at these stories and Bays Baysthere
there t is not a a word of truth in it Haeays Ha
eays s st that in his years of experience at atlively
t he state hatcherr which lies compara
lively ti vely near the smelters he has not
knowiipf k nown of a sin single ie case where thet thetsmelt the smelt smelton
e m smoke has had any effect whatevet
on o n the fish rishMr
Mr Sharp says that in many cases coseswhere
where w here the death of fish ie laid to the thomuddy theuddy
muddy m uddy water and smelter smoke the real realcause realause
cause c Is thunder While this may be benews
na news n ews to many according to Mr Sharp
a nk heavy shock of thunder will frequently
kill k ill many fish especially If they are In Inponds
ponds p onds where the water Is still After Afternearly Af tot
nearly n every thunder storm he says it itis
is possible to gather a number of dead deadfish deadsh
fish fi sh at the hatchery ponds Mr Sharp de dedared deared
dared d ared that many who are laying time thodeath timeeath
death d eath of fish to the smelter smoke and andmuddy anduddy
muddy m uddy ponds will find this out for them themselves themelves ¬
selves s sh if they investigate shortly after alteceavy
heavy h eavy thunder storms stormsFINALS stormsFiNALS
Wright and Hobart Meet to Decide DecideWhich i
Which Plays Ward for Amen American Amencan ¬
can Championship ChampionshipNewport Championshipowport
Newport owport Aug S3 Thrbugh their sue success ¬
cess c orn today in the semifinals of thhall thhallcomers
comers c co telinfe tournament B C Wright Wrightof Wrighi
of o f Boston ahd Clarence Hobart of 3ew ei r
York Y ork will Jtnctit In the finals Aombrrowrto totnhrrutcecide
decide d ecide which shall have tns honor of ofchallenging o r
challenging c hallezjgingHoicombe Holcombe B Ward of Orange
N Jk S for the U S singles champion championship ¬
ship s hip
Wright defeated William A Lamed of a
Summit S St ummit N J 1 who already has his name
twice t on the championship cup in a a Tour Tourset foulet
set s et match the first set of which Larned
won Hobart won his way to the finals I mali
after a fter a hard fought contest with Krelgli
Collins of Chicago Dashing play Won
Wright his match with Lamed while whileconsummate whilionsummate
consummate c steadiness enabled Hobart to b befeat
defeat d Collins The WrightLamed con eOnwit ¬
test t wit was decided half an hour before
Hobart and Collins finished
Those Who followed the latter nmtoh nmtohsaw metciaw
saw s aw one of the hardest fought matches matchan
in i n the tournament Twice Collins was waswithin wa wawithin
within a few points of winning winningEXCURSION
And Ogden Canyon CanyonWednesday
Wednesday Aug 30 via Oregon Short ShortLine SliorLine t
Line Elks convention this day Round Roundtrip Rounitrip
trip to Ogden 100 Special train trainleaves trailleaven
leaves Salt Lake 200 p m returning returninieave
leave l eave Ogden on regular train at 680 p pm pm
m or special at 1045 p m All Elks Elksand Elkand
and friends invited invitedLadles
Ladles Free Day Saltalr Aug 81 81I
I s sOr
far Or E M Keysora Method of Filling Fillingteeth F1iILn F1iILnteeth
teeth Is painless 162 Main street ACer Auerbach ACerbach
bach Bids Phones B 1120K lad 117 117GET
Young Woman WomanandOompanion WomanandOompanionCC and Companion Es Escape
> cape CC Salt LoadedGunrand LoadedGunrandAngry Loaded Gumaiid GumaiidAngry
Angry Owner OwnerWatermplons
Watermplons Were apparently apparentlydearer apparentdearer y
dearer than life itself in the estima estimation ¬
Lion of a young man and Woman whb whbwere wh b
were routed out of a a melon patch at atTenth n t
Tenth South and Eighth East streets streetsby streetbY 5
by the indignant owner Parley Pane y
Powell Not onlv nlx did the couple coupleshout ye e
shout defiance at Mr Powell and his hisshotgun hi a
shotgun ae they vaulted over the thefence Ui e
fence but they held on to their stolen stolenfruits stolefruits Uin n
fruits after Powell hud taken a shot shotat shc shcat
at them and finally outran him himTlie himThe
The young couple descended on the thepatch th 0
patch about 9 oclock last night The Thefair Tb Tbd 0e e
fair one with the trained foot and andear an d
ear of an expect tapped her too about aboututftil anL L
utftil she located two fine melons By Bya B Ba r
a similar process her male escort escortHaps escoi
found one At Just this Juncture Ui UiItaps e
Haps of a tent in the patch new back backand bee c cand
and Into the night omerrefl Parley ParleyPowell Parlo y yIs
Powell and hi his shotgun The gun was wasloaded vs Is
loaded with salt Salt is good vsa for formelons Ic Icmelons a
melons bu not for melon raiders raidersWtth
Wtth Powells appearance the pair pairg pa r
g gflt t ovjerjJtiB fence still clinging clinginglo to the themelons Ui Uimelons e
melons Powell took a s smot iot as they theygainedthe the y
gainedthe gained the street but his hI only reward rewardwas rewar tI ytI
was You never touched us shouted shoutedback reward d
back to Mm by the fair thief Without WithoutstopBifVS c
stopBifVS to reload Powell chased WitbotIC tlie tliepalrlwp tli IC
palrlwp blopks but they out distanced distancedhlik distanceiiiM tliid id
hlik And got safely away with the theTHE tli 10 10fruut
In Salt Lake anti tile bast tifookinV dookhfi
Dairy DaIvyLunch Lunch Room 154 So W Temple TempleLadles 5 5Ladies
Ladles Free Day Saltalr Aug 31 31Dunlap 31Hats
Dunlap Hats HatsWill
Will be placed on sale saIeAiig > Augv 30 o We Weare Wl Wlare C
are exifuslxe agents Brown Terry TerryWoodruff TerryWcothUff
Woodruff Co Tel 193 166 Main street streetDENVER t tDENVER
September let and 2nd 2ndVia 2ndVia
Via Oregon Short Line Round trip tripfrom tn p pfrom
from Salt alt Lake only 1800 proportion proportionate 1 ¬
ate rates rAtes from other stations Tick Tickets IIcl C 1C ¬
eta good fot return until Sept 30 Se Seagents S Sagents e
agents for further particulars City CII a aTicket i
Ticket ofnce 201 OI Main street streetjit
jit It costs you Tip moreto buy Royal Royalstands Royi Royiif a
ircad Ourcrptn iiiiiM cverr ici iciitanda if
stands for tjuaWy and purify At all a agroverz
Audubon A Boy Does Not Go After AfterTwoMinute
TwoMinute Mile on Account Accountof
of Wind WindCircuit Circuit Results Besultspersons
Providence B I Aug 29About 10000
persons Pe Peto rsons journeyed to Narragansett park
today to day the principal attraction being the
Park P ark Brew racing stakes purse 5000 5000r 0Q0
r W Waf hile Ie Audubon Audubon Boy was scheduled to go gof gothe
af afst
te the Coveted twominute mark A AtK
st stth f rong wind cause caused the
VB wltld < postponement of ofi
tK i th thhe b Llatte latter feature but the crowd saw sis sisthe
he ats of the stake event raced before
the th deciding went over to tomorrow
Ahe Allerson A liersorm and Edwin C both having two
heatsi he heW hean at to their credit while the favorite
Waiter W alter Direct after capturing the ndcond
and an anan d third heats went lame in Inthe the fourth
and an d was distanced Results
220 20 class trotting puree 2 o0G X > three
In inon five fiveHarnisoci Harrison Wilkes won first sec ¬
ond on ci and fifth heats and the race in 211 11l
21114 2 2fo 11i 2ll 4 Leonardo won third and
foG fourth fo urth heats In 21214 212H Delerec
Grattan G rattan Bor and MInter also started startedpurse
The Park Brew Stakes aoo pacing Class Classrse
purse pu rse 5000 three in rive unfinished
Allerson A ilerson won first and sixth heats in
205 2 2fi 06 213 2124 Edwin C won fourth and
fifth fi fth heats in 207 2OS4 Walter Direct
won w on second and third thiz heats In 207Vs 207 206 20814
Louise L ouise G Oregon Maid Josie Ethel Mac
and a nti Deary also started
213 class trotting purse 1000 two in
three th reeLizzie Lizzie Q won two straight heats
and a nd the race In 211 2U4 209 Danube Danubeelen
H elen Norte Swago Ethel Spnlde oid oidust
D ust Maid 1oberta Major Greer and
L gnora also started
213 13 class pacing purse 1000 two in
three th reeLady Lady Sealskin won second and
third th ird heats and the race in 207 2064 206w
Queen Q ueen of Spades won first heat in 209 ½
Wlllas W illas Director Joe Jubilee Lenox Boy
Klowal K iowa Louise Messina Pointer Phalla
and a nd Minnie Slumber also started startedHER
Woman W oman Golf Champion Gets Into IntoQualifying
Qualifying List by Narrow Mar Marv Iar
v gin of One Stroke StrokeChicago I
Chicago Aug 29 21As As the result of the
qualifying q round of the fifth annual
championship Ch ampionship of the womens omens western golf I <
association as at the links of the Homewood
country Co untry club today Miss Frances Everett Everetta
of Exmoor the present title holder bad I
a narrow escape from being shut out of
tho th o contest Ifor total of 107 left her
a margin of one stroke to get into th the
qualifying q list of sixteen
Golfing conditions were not favorable
for fo r medal scoring auumib on uil account UUUWUIII of UL the HJO heat HCUt
and a nd the southwest gale A T If Browar
president p of the w W G A however
had h ad the best card 45SO96 Mrs G W WT
R oope of Denver with the
T mill niv aiuue sante acuru score
as a s Miss Everett got into the champion ¬
ship S hip round There were 2 20 > starters Play
in the first match rounds will be held
tomorrow tO morro the pairing having been made
on o n the U S G A order orderIt
It is with pleasure we announce the I
appointment a of our firm as exclusive exclusivegents
gents a in the city for Dunlzp Hats
The T he formal opening and sale date Aug
30 3 0 Brown Terry Woodruff Co Tel
193 1 93 166 Main street streetLadles
Ladles Free Day Saltalr Aug 31 31OGDEN
Only 1QO 1QOWednesday
Wednesday Aug 30 Special train via
Oc Oregon O regon Short Line 200 p m Elks
convention c on that vdate See agents agentsBixty i
Bixty S ixty Years txperience or an Old OldNurse I
Nurse NurseMrs N u ceo
Mrs WInslotvit Soothing Syrup is the
prescription p of one o of the best fcnale
Physicians p and nurses In the United
States S tates and ha has been used for sixty year yeari
w ith neverfailing success by millions of
mothers i for their children Duridt the
process p rocess of teething Its value Is Incalcula
b We e It relieves the child from pain cures
diarrhoea d griping in the bowels and wind
colic c olicm By giving health to the child It
rests r the mother Price 7S cents a bottle bottlePBLTOK
Opens Monday Night NightSptombr
September 4 4Seats 4Seats
Seats on sale Thursday morning
Matinees Wed and Sat 25c
Children under 12 Sat Matinee 10 cents
Night Prices 25c 50c 75c 75cAU1HVJJU1
T NI TT Matinee
AU1HVJJU1 a Tomorrow
S p m in
The Talk of the Town
The Colonial Belles
40 Clever People 40
Night Pricey 2Sc SQc tc 756 7 Matinees
all a ll seats 23c
Notice NoticeNOTICB1S
the assessment of the tax levied by th
city council of Salt take City UtmJi hI
ordinance passed July 17th 1 19415 05 upon tho th I
property abutting upon JotsM jots
1 to 20 i In ¬
clusive and lot 27 of block 1 33hrlchs
subdivision lots 1 to 13 Inclusive block
2 Ehrlchs subdivision and lot 4 block ioel
30 plat F Salt Lake City survey for
the purpose of constructing a fourfoot
cement sidewalk on both sides of Buono I
street from Eleventh East to Twelfth
Beat Street in sidewalk district No 23 is lx I
completed completodTh completedThat
Th That t the board of equalization and re
view appointed by the city council for
that purpose wilt meet at the office of the
city recorder room 100 city and county
building on Tuesday Sept Gth 1905 ami ant
continue in session until Saturday Sept
9th 1905 between the hours of 330 and nn I
430 p m and will hear and consider
any objections and mako corrections of ol r
any tax which said board may deem un ¬
equal or unjust unjustThat
That during said time between the
hour of 9 a m and 5 p m said list will 1
be open to public Inspection at the office
of the city recorder room 100 city ana an i
county building Salt Lake City Utah
By order of the city council dated July Jul r
2Sth 1003
J S CR1TCHLOW City Recorder
Sidewalk extension No 90
Notice NoticeNOTICE
the nssessment of the tax levied bv the thecity m
city council of Salt Lake City Utah by bi
ordinance passed July 17th 1905 upon lIOfl the theproperty tb S
property abutting upon all of lots 5 K 7 7
and S block 94 plat A Salt Lake City
survey for the purpose of constructing a I j
sixfoot cement sidewalk on the theSouth South side sid C
of First North street from East Temple Templestreet Templistreet
street to West Temple street In sidewalk
district No 20 Is completed completedThat
That the board of equalization and re
view appointed by the city council for a r
that purpose will meet nt the office oC 0 I
th the city recorder room 100 city and county count1bulldhag It
building on Tuesday September 5th 1903 1903and 90i
and continue In session until Saturday aturdaii
September 9th 1903 between the hours of 0
333 33 and 480 p hi and will hear and con consider ¬
skIer any objections and make correction correctionof conit it
of any tax which said board may correcdolI deem deemtinoqual doesunequal I
unequal or Unjust UnjustThat
That during said time between the tim a
hours of 9 a m nnd 5 p m said list will wil V
be open to public inspection at the office a t tof tof
of the city recorder room 100 city and nn I
County building Salt Lake CityUtah City Utah j
By order of the city council coupelLtiated dated July Jut c
2 e 1503 1
J S rnilVHLOW i Cf ity Recorder i iRi IS4cwa1k
Ri S4cwa1k < l Tva1k ot citensltxx > tisitn Ko SS
Question liaised as to Whether Voteof
of Kine NincEntit1es Entitles Hyrum A Bar Barton ai aitott ¬
ton to the Office OfficeMembers OfficeMembers
Members of the National Guard are arequestioning arequestIoning
questioning the legality of Monday Mondaynights Mondayghts
niPa nights ni ghts election whereby Hyrum A Arton
Parton Pa rton was chosen to succeed
C CTh Webb as captain of the battery
They Th ey point to a decision by former
Judge Ju JuSm dge Advocate General Bonnet X
Smith Sm ith prior to this election wherein
he heca held that a successful candidate for forcaptaincy forptaincy
captaincy ca must receive at least a ma ¬
jority jor ity of the lowest legal strength of oXe
the th e battery batteryAs batteryAs
As the lowest legal strength of the
battery ba ttery is forty and au as there were but butnine bu bune
nine ni ne votes cast for Barton the battery batteryn
men me n believe that their objection is iswll
wll we ll founded Judge Smiths decision decisionuld
trtoild wc uld make at
least twentyone votes votesnecessary I Icessary
necessary ne for election electionThe electione
The Th e Stylish Dunlap DunlapHate
Hats for fall on sale Aug 30 Sole Soleagents Solaents
agents ag ents Brown Terry Woodruff Co
Tel l 193 166 Main street streetGO streetGO
Wednesday August 3Oth 3OthOregon
Oregon Short Line special at 200 p
ni and only 100 round trip See
agents agentsSALT ag ents
California and Eastern races Di ¬
rect wires on all sport ¬
ing events eventsReport
Report of the condition of ofThe
The T he Commercial National Bank of ofof
of ofth Salt Lake City at Salt Lake City In
the th thle e State o of Utah at the close of busi ¬
ness le ss Aug 25 1905 1905RESOURCES
Loans Lo ans and discounts 5101846631
Overdrafts Ov Ovs erdrafts secured and un
secured s 1S17S820
17 Ul S bonds to secure circu ¬
lation l ationnds 0000000
Bo onds nds securities etc 5704561
Banking B house furniture and
fixtures f 8500000
Ot Other her real estate owned 474600
e from national banks
not reserve agents11416397
Due Du e from state banks banksand
and a nd bankers 1996395
Due Du e from approved approvedreserve
reserve r agents 19139995
Checks Ch ecks and and other othercash
cash q ash items 49409
Exchanges 1K changes for clear
Ing i ng house 1632991
Notes No tes of other na ¬
tional t banks v 371009
Fr actional paper cur currency
rency r nickels and
cents c ents 19442
wful money re reserve ¬
serve s in bank viz
ecIo 22547465
gal tender notes t 4226000
demption fund vith
U S treasurer 5 5per
per p er cent of circula ¬
tion t ion 1000000 62390085 62390085Total
Total 32309S6ST
pital stock paid In 20000000
Ju rplus fund 2000000 I
dlsited profits less expen expenses oxpenOS ¬
ses S OS and taxes paid 10S1767
ational bank notes outstand outstandng ¬
i ing ng 20000000
o to other na ¬
tional t banks 27946413
e to state banks banksnnd
nnd a nd bankers 7028162
e to trust com companies ¬
panies p antes and savings
banks b 2935350
dividual deposits depositssubject depositsubject
subject s to Check 103120573 Loin20573mand
mand certificates certificatesof
of o f dcooslt 1485369 14h300me
me certificates ot
deposit 24955630
rtified checks 7792031
shiers checks out outstanding outtanding
standing s 4745513 4745513Total
Total deposits S lSOO13320
Total 2230BSC87 2230BSC87State r
State of Utah County of Salt Lake ss
I H P Clark cashier of the above C
med bank do solemnly swear that the I
ove statement is true to the best of my m
cfl owIedge and belief beliefH
H I P > CLARK Cashier
cflS Subscribed and sworn to before beforeme
me this 29th day of August Augusteal
Seal S eal 1905
C L irOAG Notary Public
Correct CorrectAttest CorrectAttestJOHN Attest AttestJOHN
Directors DirectorsNotice
e assessment it of the t tciiy tax levied by the
ciiy cl iv council of Salt Lake City Utah by hu hurdinance
passed August 3rd 1905 upon I Ie
the th e property abutting upon all of lots 5 Sand
C and 3 and the east 1496 fact of lot 7
ock 10 all of lots 5 and C block 11 all id
of o f lots 5 6 and 8 the east 660 feet and am ame
th thlo e west 660 feet of lot 7 block 12 nil of 0 F
lots lo ts 1 and 2 block 25 all of Jots 1 2 3 anU
block 26 all of lots 5 and 6 block 27 27at 1
at A Salt Lake City survey the west wes
70 feet of lot C block 10 and nil of lot 5
to 2S inclusive subdivision of the east cits t
half h alf of block 10 nil of lot lots 5 6 7 nm a
11 all of lot lots 5 and C block 12 ail ai
f lots 1 1 2 2 and 4 block 13 plat phutalt C
Salt S alt Lake City survey all of lots l and am I
to 58 inclusive block 1 1 Kimbslls sub
and nil of lots 1 to 22 2 Inclufvp
lock 1 Doull Bros subdivision Salt t
ake City Survey for or th the mirnoso of con
a cetnjent sidewalk six feet wide aid aidnd C
nd four inches thick on both sides or o r revemith
evemith South street between Second II IIest
est and Eighth West streets In side aidealk ¬
alk districts Nos 20 and 21 is com ¬
leted letedThat
That tho board of equalization and re rj ¬
Iew appointed by the city council for fo r
that t nurpose will meet at the fflcp or a rr r
t he city recorder room 100 city ait it
building on Tuesday Sept sth
05 and continue in session until Sat Satrday ¬
rday Sept 9th 1905 between the hours
f 330 and 430 p m and will hear and an anonsider
any objections and make cot cotection ¬
of any tax which said board may ma I Ieem
eem unequal or unjust unjustThat unjustThat
That during said time between the th C Cours
ours of 9 n m and 5 D m said list 111 II IIe
e ooen to public Inspection at the office C
f the city recorder room 1W cIty and an anounty
building Salt Lake City Utah
By order of f the city council dated Au L Lust ¬
ust 7th 1905 1905J 1906T
J T S CRITCHLOW City Recorder
Sidewalk extension No 92 t tNOTICE jNotice
he assessment of the tt tax > x levied by TEAe the thi thiit e
it council of Salt Lake City Utah by b y
passed August 3rd 1903 upon uo a ya
he property abutting upon the east 5525 5e 3
eet and the west 825 feet of the west wee it
feet of lot 1 and the east 330 weeit feet fee it
f lot 2 block 39 nlst A all of lot loted 1
ed 4 tie be east TKJO fe foOt t of lot 2 and the thl 0
ent 1550 feet of lot 3 block 19 all of lots lot lotand a 0a
and 2 block 20 all of lots 1 2 and 4 1
east 805 feet and the west G80 feet fee it 1it
f lot 0 block 21 Plat B Salt Lake Lab 0
ity survey for the purpose of construct constructng Labt t ¬
ng a cement sidewalk j six Ix feet wide and an anour
our inches thick on the north side ot C
South street between Second Secon Seconast Cc c
ast and nndSixth Sixth Ent East t streets in sidewalk sidewalistricts
Nos 20 and 22 Is completed completedThat completedThat
That the board of equalization and re ¬
iew appointed by the city council for Ic reen en
purpose will meet at the office of c che
he city recorder room 100 cIty und count countuilding
on Tuesday Sept 5th lOGS and all allontinue
In session until Saturday Sept
thl905 1D05 between the ho hour of 4b < and an i
20 p i m and will hear and consider any en
and make correction of any an 5 t i
ax which said board may deem unequal unequx C I
unjust unjustThat i
That during said time between the th thI 0
ours of 9 a m and 5 p m Snl tnId l list 1 M I j
e onen to public Inspection at the office otfic 0 1 i
f the city recorder room 100 city ity and an a I I I
building Salt Lake City T7t 1tnle 1tnleBy < vh vhBy I
By order of the city council dated Au j
nat 7th 1905 1905J I
J S 11TCHLOW CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderSidewalk RecorderSidWalk
Sidewalk extension No 91 91South j jSouth
South Main Street Paving PavingNOTIQE PavingNOntq1
he matter of paving South Main street strei it
rom Fourth to Ninth South will bem1i oe dla 1
osed of in I committeemeatlntr at coun 1 ¬
ii chamber Wednesday night Ausr AX 2 0
> and rtll au partios Interested are invited invitedappear id ida
appear a ppea r T S fRITOHLOW fRITOHLOWCity
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Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
tci the t he assessment of the tax levied by the thecity
city ci ty council of Salt Lake City Utah
by b bP y ordinance passed July 17 190S upon the theproperty theroperty
property P abutting upon the east slae of
Eighth h igiith West street streetAll
All of lots 15 and 16 block I and all of
lots lo lovi ts 15 and 16 block 2 In Heaths subdi subdivision
vision vi sion of block 33 plat C CAll
viC All of lots 2 3 4 and 5 block 31 plat
C Salt Lake City survey
All of lots lOt 26 and 27 block 1 And all allOE
OE o f lots 2S and 27 block 2 in Coates and andrjston
C orums subdivision rjston
All of lOts 2 3 4 and G block 32 plat
C Salt Lake City survey
All or lots 22 to 27 inclusive block 1 1and
and a nd all of lots 19 to 21 inclusive block i iof 2
of o f Doull Bros subdivision
All of lots 2 8 4 and 5 block 10 plat
C Salt Lake City survey
AU of lots 26 and 27 block 4 and all of
lots lo los ts 2 241 < J and 27 block 5 ot Albert Place Placeubdivision
subdivision subdivisionOn s
On the west side of Eighth West street
All at lots 1 and 32 block 1 and all of
lots Io ta 1 3 and 22 block 2 of Heaths subdlvl subdlvlslon
slon si ozi of ofblock block 40 plat C
All of lots 1 and 8 block S3 Plat C Salt
Lake L ake City survey
I All of lot 1 and lots 30 to GS inclusive inclusiveblock
block b lock 10 City Park subdivision subdivisionAll
All of lot l and Iota SO to 56 inclusive
block b lock 1 City Park subdivision subdivisionAli
All of lots 1 6 7 and S block 16 plat platC
C Salt Lake City survey
All ot lots l and S block 9 plat C Salt Saltake
Lake L ake City survey
All of lets 1 6 7 and 8 block 4 plat
C Salt Lake City survey for the pur
pose p ose of both sides of Eighth West street streetrom
from f rom Second South street to Ninth South Southstreet
street sj reet the west side of Ktehtli West Westtreet
street s from Ninth South street to Tenth TenthSouth
South S outh street the wfeat side of Post street streetrom
from f rom Fifth South street to Sixth South
street s the west side ot Ninth inth West street streetfrom streetrom
from f rom Fifth South street treat to Sixth South Southstreet Southtreet
street s the west side of Glenn street streetfrom streetrom
from f rom Fifth South street south 2S1 feet feetthe feethe
the t he north side of Third South street from fromEighth
Eighth E West street to Ninth West street streetthe streethe
the t he South side of fifth South street from fromEighth fromighth
Eighth E ighth West street to the alley opposite
Frawley F street the south side of isightn
South S street from Eighth West street
to t o THusvllle avenue the south side of ofTltusville ofitusvihl
Tltusville T itusvihl avenue from Eighth South j
s tret to Indiana avenue and the south
i side s ide of Indiana avenue from Tltusville Tltusvilledistricts
a venue to Cheyenne street in sidewalk I
districts d Non 21 40 and 41 is completed completedPart
Part df the east half of section 11 town township
ship s hip l south range 1 west Salt Lake Lakebase 1kease
base b sb ase and meridian described as follows followsBeginning followsBeginning
Beginning at a nolnt 33 feet east and
122 1 32 feet south of the southeast corner cornerof cornerf
of o f block 4 plat C Salt Lake City survey surveythence
thence t running south 79993 feet feetAll feetAll
All ot lota iot 1 to IS inclusive block 3 3Muscatine 3uscatine
Muscatine M uscatine Place subdivision subdivisionAll
All of lots 1 to 12 Inclusive block C Cilusoatlne Cuseatine
ilusoatlne M useatine Place subdivision subdivisionPart subdivisionPart
Part of the southeast quarter of sec secfellows
th en ii township 1 outb mange I west
S alt Lake base and meridian described as
fellows f Beginning at a a point on the thewest i
west w est side of Eighth West street 44ZiB 44ZiBfeet
feet f eet north of the south line of said sec section ¬
tion t ion U thence north 118S feet feetOn
On the west side of Post street streetAll
All of lot 1 and loU SO to 56 inclusive inclusiveblock
block b 2 City Park subdivision subdivisionOn
On th tims west side of Ninth West street streetAll
All of lots 1 1 to 8 inclusive and lots
14 1 4 to 17 Inclusive block 3 3 City Bark sub subdivision ¬
division divisionOn d ivisionOn
On the west Bide of Glenn street streetAll
All of lots 21 to 24 and 25 te XI 1 inclu inclusive ¬
sive d ye block 4 City Parkjjrubdlvlfllon ParkjjrubdlvlfllonAll Park subdivision
On the north side of T1tmIrd South street
All of lots11 lots11toUlGVmclusiiX lots 1 toUlGVmclusiiX to IC Inclusive bfo block kir 1 of ofHeatlVB ofeaths
HeatlVB h eaths subdivision of block 10 pint phil C COn
On the south side of Fifth South street
All of lots 23 and 30 block 1 all of lots
29 2 9 and 30 block S all of lot 17 block S Sand 8nd
and a nd all of lot 21 block 4 in City tit Park Parksubdivision ParkubdIviton
s subdivision subdivisionOn
On the south side of Eighth South Southstreet Southtreet
street streetAll s
All of lots 5 and 6 block 4 plat C Salt SaltLake Salteke i
Lake L eke City survey
On the south side of Titwivllle avenue avenueAll
All of lots 1 to 10 Inclusive block 1A 1AWhalons
Whalons subdivision subdivisionAll
All of o block 11 Glendale addition additionThe additionThe
The east 50 feet of lot 10 block 10 10Glendale
Glendale G addition
On the south side of Indiana avenue avenueAll
All of lot 9 and the west 28 feet of lot
10 1 0 block 10 Glendale addition additionAU additionAll
AU of lots 10 to 17 Inclusive block 4 4and
and a nd all of lots 10 to 17 inclusive block 6 6Glendale 5lendale
Glendale G addition additionAll
AU of lots W 35 5 and 36 Glendale Park ParkPiat
Plat A AAll AAll
All of lots 14 to 26 inclusive block 1 1Deskys 1Dslcys
Deskys 1st addition additionAU additionAll
AU of lots 1 to 12 Inclusive block 1 1AU 1All
AU of lots 1 to 12 inclusive block 2 2 and andAU andAll
AU oC lots 1 to 12 Inclusive block 3 3First
First Burlington addition additionview
That the board of eqUltUaatlofl sail re I
view appointed by the city council for forthat i
that t purpose will meet at the office of ofthe ol
the t he city recorder Room 100 city and andcountybuilding am olI I
c countybuilding on Tuesday Sept 5 1905 1905anil
and continue in session until Sat Saturday SetI ¬
urday Sept IsXK between the thehours I
hours of 330 uul 4W 4 09 > m mand
and will hear and consider any objections objectionsand objectioniI
and make correction of anr an tax which whichsaId I
said board may deem unequal or un unjust
just justThat j ust
That during said time bctwoeii the thehours
hours of 9 a m and 5 p m said list lie
will bo open to public Inspection at the theoffiuc C
offiuc of the city recorder Room 100 100city 10 I
city and county building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah
Utah UtahBy
By order of the city council dated datedJuly I
July 28 1935 1935J 1905J
J S CHITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderSidewalk
Sidewalk extension Ifo 84 84Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE
cit city > council of Salt Lake City of the In Intention intention ¬
tention of such council to make the fol following el ellowing ¬
lowing described improvement towit towitExtending
Extending and laying sewer lateral of ofSecond 01 01r
Sinch vitrified pipe on the west side o r
Second West street between First South Souttt 1 I Iand
and Second South street in sewer district districtNo districr t
No 1 and defray the abutters portion or 01 01L r j
the cost and expense thereof estimated at ateight at atnight L
eight hundred and fiftyeight 86800 dol dollars elolJars ¬
lars or one and 30100 30I lM dollars per perfront
front foot of abutting property by b PCIt A Alo I IS t
lo hcmI nl assessment unon the lots or pieces piecesof pieceof S
of ground within the following described describeduisvrict describenistrict
uisvrict being the district to be affected affectedor atfecteor
or benefited by said Improvement name namely namely ¬
ly AU of lots 1 and 8 block C6 plat A ASalt ASalt
Salt Lake City uurvey uurveyAH burveyAU
AH protests and objections to the car carrying carrying ¬
rying out of such eh Intention must be pre presented peeented
sented In writing to the city recorder on onor ci
or before the 18th day of September 1905 1905being 1003i
being the time set by said council when whenIt wheiS i
It will hear and consider such protests protestsand protestiand S
and objections as may be made thereto theretoBy theretot
By order of f the city council of Salt SaltLake t
Lake City Utah UtahBated
Bated July 31st 1905 1905J
J S CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderSewer RecorderSewer
Sewer extension No 164 164Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE
city council of Salt Lake City of the in i it
t mtion < of such council to make the fni fnilowihg
lowihg dscrlbed Improvement to tOwit wit Ex Extending BaI ¬
tending sinu lifltl laying sewer later of 8inch 8inchvitrified 8Inchvitrified I
vitrified pipe on First street between I C i
and O streets in sewer district No 1 I L
anq att4 defraying the abuters portion of the the thet S
cost and expense thereof estimated at atfour a afoUr t
four hundred and sixtytwo J46200 dol dollars dclt
lars or 70100 80701 070 dollars pr front foot footof 00 00of t
of abutting property by a local assess
mont upon the lots or pieces of ground assesst groune grounewithin t
within X the following ll l described 7no WIVk t Wl0 district districtbeing < lAt lAtbeing
being the district to be affected or bene benefited ¬
fited by atttd improvement namely AU AUOf Al 11
Of lots 3 and 4 block S and all of lots lotsand 1 1and
and 2 block 9 plat G Salt Lake City Citypurvey Cit I Iprver
purvey purveyAU
AU protests and objections to the car carrying ¬
eying oqfTif such intention must bo carI pro pros I
s entd > In writing to the city recorder prexi on onor o1 o1or xi
or before the ISth day of September 1905 1905being ISOla
being the time set by said council when whenIt ilhe ilheS a
It will bear and consider such protests protestsandobjections protestandobjectiofls S
andobjections as may be made thereto theretoBy theretoB
By B order of the th city council of Salt Lake LakeCtwib Lak LakCiiatith
Ctwib Ciiatith CiiatithOaud UUivv UUivvDotM
DotM auLv 1ti1c3tb iU 1905 1905T
T S urrfHLO v ij ijSrwer I 1t5lRr er ervwer
Srwer vwer cx ensi n Nu 1 li3 < i
upon up on all the real and personal property
I within w ithin Salt Lake CIt > mode taxable by
law la w
Bo It Resolved By the city council of
i Salt Sa lt Lake City Utah
That Ice the purpose of defraying the
necessary ne cessary and proper expenses of Salt
L ake City and maintaining the govern
znont m ont thereof there be and there hereby
Is levied upon all the real and personal
property pr operty within said city made taxable
by law for the fiscal j year ar spiting D Dc
ccmbcr ce < mber 31 1905 a tax of eleven 11 milts miltsp
p pe r each dollar assessed valuation of said
property pr operty
Said tax is levied and fa to be ralseU raliedr
for fo r the following purposes and is and
i shall sh all be apportioned to such pur purthe purposes Ia
t the th e following manner mannerTo
To defray contingent expense four
e and an d onehalf 44 mills on each dollars dollarsassessed
n assessed as sessed valuation of said property
To purchase water sources streams and
t the th e land upon which such streams are ap
r proprJated pr and canal and to construct constructwaterworks constructaterworka
waterworks w and to supply water for lr lrrlgation
r rlgation rl ation and other purposes threefourths
a i 4 mill on n each dollars assessed value
t tlon tI on of said property
To open improve and repair sidewalks
a and a nd streets live C mills on each doi do
1 lars Ia Iaer ns assessed valuation of said prop
c erty er ts
To construct a nad > d repair s sewers wer and
d drains dr ains onehalf 14 mill on each dollars dollarsassessed dollarssessed
a assessed as sessed valuation of said property
Td maintain public library and free
r reading re adin room onefourth mill on
e ea ch dollars assessed valuation of said
j property p
This Thl resolution shall take effect upon
li Its It s passage
Passed by the city cliv council of Salt Lak Lalcity
c City C ity Utah July Slat 195 and referred
t to the mayor for his approval
J 1 S CRITCHLOW City Recorder
Approved this 31 31st t day of July 1605
State S tate of Utah City Cityand and County of Salt
Lake Lakess ss ssI
I J f S Critchlow city recorder of Salt
i Lake L ake City Utah do hereby certify that
t the th e above and foregoing is a full thatI true trueand I
a and a nd correct copy of a resolution entitled entitledA
A resolution iev levying > ing taxis upon alt the
r real re al and personal property within Salt
L Lak ak4 < City made taxabls by law passed
by b y the city council of Salt Lak City
Utah U tah July 31st 1st 1985 and approved by byrecord
th e mayor July 31st hEll as appears 01 01cord
record re cord in my office
In witness whereof 7 have here
unto sat my hand und affixlwt aUlx4eal I
S eal the corporate seal of said city
this 1st day ot August 1908 I
S S CIUTCIILOW City Recorder
Itesotutlon No DI I >
Notice to Contractors
> Works tV rks Salt Lake City Utah Aug Sdth
190 6Sealed proposals will be received ai
this th is office until 3 oclock D m Satur i
day d ay September 9th 1905 for the work
of grading curbing and paving South I
Temple T emple street from Seventh xiast street I
to Tenth East street in accordance wU 4
the th e p plans ns and specifications on file In ii I
the th e office of the city eiKineer en laeer
The approximate quantities of work to it ite
be b e done are an follows
Grading O rading excavation 12000 cubic yards
Pavement P avement on concrete concretefoundation
foundation U3000 square yardts C
Stone S tone curbing 6000 linear feet
Cement C ement gutter LOOt linear feet
Concrete C oncrete culvert 1200 linear feet
Cement C ement sidewalk pave
meat 3000 square feet I
The wearing surface of the pavement L I
will h hi be one of the following kinds I
a Bitulithic
b Natural asphalt I i
c Asphaltic cement surface mixture
with w ith binder j
dJtesiclual pitch reoldeuca of ps
troleum tr oleum surface mixture with hinder
Bids will be reeeivttd on any pavement pavementwhich t
which w hich conies within tbe forejsroiii clas ¬
sification si and the kind to be contracted I Ior
for f or wilt be determined after all of the the C
bids b ids are opened openedInstructions
Instructions to bidders to together thr with withspecifications wit t
specifications s and forma for contracting eontraetancond 1 I
bond b ond can be obtained upon apphiestiot apphiestiott pplk tk > n nat
at a t the office of the board of public works werkir
or o r city engin engineer engineerThe er erTha
The right is reserved to reject any and andall aze
all a ll bills bftlsBy billsBy
By order of the board of nubile works
K A WALL Chairman
Gee W Riter City Enrtner I INotice
Notice j jNOTICE
city c ity council of Salt Lake City of th the in intention ¬
tention t of such council to make th the fol following oh ¬
lowing l described Improvement towit To Tograde Ti Tirade r t
grade g rade pave with asphalt said pavement pavementto pavemen
to t o be ninetytwo < DS feet wide between betweencurbs it I
curbs c gutter and curb with concrete concretecurbing a i
curbing c tthe the outer e ettges < g s of said aid curbs cur to tobe ti I
be b e reinforced with steel bars First Soutli Soutlistreet
street s from the west side of West Tempif Tempifstreet
street s to the east side of Third West Weststreet It
street s in paving district No o 12 and de defray ¬ I Imy
fray my the abutt abutters m portion of the cost and andexpense ac
expense e thtjreof estimated at fortyfive fortyfivethousand fortyfimhousand e i
thousand t five hundred and forty < l5
54000 5 dollars or 11aiJ pvr front runt lust of ofabutting ix <
a abutting property by b a local assessment assessmentupon ssessinen
upon U I011 the lots or pieces of ground within withinthe withihe a
the t he following described district being tho thodistrict tim I
district to be affected and benefited by bysaid it
said s improvement namely AU of lots 5
6 7 and block 6G all of lots S and 6 6block C
block 67 all of lots s 6 7 and S block CS CSall
all a ll of lots 1 and 2 block 77 nil of lots l I 4
2 2b 3 t and 4 block 7S andall of lots 1 and 2 2block
block b lock 79 plat A Salt Lake City sum survey ¬
vey ey
veyThe The total cost of said improvement te teestimated I Iestimated
estimated at sixtytwo thousand and forty fortyt6204000 fort I
t6204000 i 62u4000 dollars of which sum the citys citysportion city S
portion fe sixteen thousand five hundred hundredJ183WOO
J183WOO dollars leaving 5 hjleai i or orper 0
1850 per front foot of abutting property propertyto
t to o be raised by local assessment assessmentMli
> Mli ht protects and objections to the carry carryIng carryout
Ing out of such intention must be pre presented i ¬
sented S In vrruiiiR to in tne city recorder on onor 0 t
or o r before the 18th day of September 1S05 1S05being 100 100being 0C C
being the time set by said council when it itwill I
will hear and consider such protests and andobjections an
objections as may be made thereto theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity 0
City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated July 25th 1905 1905J 1908CRITCtILO
J S CRlTOtlLOvV CRITCtILO n City Recorder RecorderPavinc RecorderPaving
Paving extension No < 17 17Notice 17Notice
Notice NoticeNOT1CH NoticeNOTICEI
the t he assessment ot the tax levied by the thecity U IS
city c ity council of Salt Lake City Utah by It 4y 4yrdlnance
ordinance O rdlnance passed Ausr 3 liX 11100 upon tbe tbeproperty U ie ieproperty
property abrttint anon all of lots 6 7 7nnd
nnd a nd S block 6 61 all or lots 1 and 2 Mock bloc k
SI 8 1 plat A Salt Luke City survey sUtVe blocii ail ailof a af ii
of o f lots 5 6 7 and 8 block 47 all of lots lol is i
5 and G block 48 all of lots 1 2 a and 4 4block 1
block 49 all of lots fots 1 and 2 block 3C all allof a 11 t
of lots 1 and 4 the east 1820 feet of lot 2 2and 2 l
and the west 132W feet of lot 3 block 51 51plat I II
plat C Salt Late City survey an all IIL of oflots IL t
lots i 1 to 26 Inclusive block 1 Hunters Hunterssubdivision s t
subdivision s all of lots 27 to aS inclusive inclusiveblock 5
block 2 ArcherKullak subdivision aH of oflots c f
lots i oti 10 1i to 21 inclusive block 1 and all a af hi I
f lots 15 to 20 inclusive block 2 Frank t
line l subdivision Salt Lake City survey sum sumor
for f or the purpose of constructing a cement cementsidewalk Ceniet it itIS t
sidewalk s six ix feet wide and four inches inchesthick inche inchehick IS s
thick t ou both sides of First South street streetbetween stree ml mlbetween t
between Fourth Went and Ninth West Weststreets We St Ststttiets t
streets in sidewalk districts Nets 28 and at id I
21 1 11 Is completed completedThat completednlmt
That the board of eoualization and re review ri C ¬
view appointed by th the city council for ft ir Cir
that purpose will meet at the office of ofthe i ifad f
the city recorder Room 100 cIty and andcounty at atcounty ad i
county building on Tuesday Sept epL 6 1905
continue In session until Sat Se Seirday 2 ¬
m Sept 9 1 1905 between tho ii 10
hours 6t 330 and 430 a m mand a aand
and will hear and consider any objections objectioiand
make correction of any tax which whit
board may deem unequal or un ut n ¬
That during said time between the ti ie ieet s
hours of 1 a in and 5 tip p m said list listwill II IIwill et t
will be open to public Inspection at the theoffice hi its itsOttlee
office of a th the cita itr recorder Room l ai < x >
and county building Salt Lake City It
md mdS 1
S cHhlH1 I rUt Rcrctr Rcrctrxtdeealh
xtdeealh eatCnitoic O 9
Consult county clerk oc o U t4ie respcctlva respecthvesigners
signers for further InfdrmaUon InfdrmaUonIN
division In and for Salt Lake rouiv our
State of Utah In the matter of rhr rTatf rTatfand 1a1
and guardianship of Alexander LKand
L ShleWs minors Notice
The petition or Joseph J Shields t iLB e
guardian of the persons and tbe estates
of Alexander and Leland L Shields mi ¬
norm for confirmation of sale of the fo
lowing described real and personal estate
towit towit125SS
125SS acres of land situated In
section 19 township l south of raise 2
west of the Salt Lake meridian described
as commencing at the southwest corner
of the northeast quarter of section 19
aforesaid and running thence north 350 151
rods thence east 80 rods thence soutt 40 44
rods thence est SO rods thence south 51
I rods rod thence west 16 rods and 10 feet
thence south 67 rods and thence west to
the place of beginning
> t8e Iso 7536 acres of ground In sector 29 n
township Owuship and range aforesaid descrtixMi
as commencing 101 rods from the south
aat corner of the northwest Quarter of
said section 29 runnine thence north 160 10
rods thence west 72 rods and 9 914 i feet
nonce south 160 rods and thence east 2
ning ningAlso rods and 2 214 feet to the place of begin begincontract ¬
Also contract of sale No 6854 issued by byJune
thTh t th e state board of land
commlssionerp on
J June Th ne 11S08 1 1008 covering the northwest quarter auarterof
of ° the northeast quarter the north half
of ° the northwest quarter and the south ¬
7 west we st quarter of the northwest quarter all
in section 10 township 2 south range S
west we st of the Salt Lake meridian containing
160 i acres acr also the said lands covered cover t by > y
a said sa id contract contractAlso contractAlso
Also contract of sole No 3S65 issued by byc
t th c e 01010 state board uucuu 01 of land itura commissioners oa
V Jan Ja n 2 1901 to Samuel G Soeneer and by bym
v him hi m assigned to A G AJamson and
Joseph Jo seph J Shields covering the southeast
quarter qu < arter of section 27 township 1 south of o
ij range ra nge 3 west of said meridian rontairiinjc
i1 300 101 acres also the said lands covered by
s sold sa < id contract contractAlso contractAlso
Also contract of sale No 4789 issued by
the th e state board of land commissioners on
Jan Ja n 2 1902 and assigned to r B > W Adam
son eo n who took same In trust for the heirs
of A G Adomson deceased covering the
northeast no rtheast quarter of section 36 toivnsrip tocnsl
i 1 south of range 3 west of said meridfa
containing co 160 acres also the said land
c covered co vered by said contract
Also contract of sale No 1655 lsaud by
ihe th e state board of land commissioners on
j May 31 ay 1 1899 assigned by Joseph J Phuvda S1iie do
t to Samuel G Spencer and by the latter
a assicrned to A i G Adamaon and Joseph
g Shields Sh ields covering the southwest quarter
o of the northwest quarter of section 3S 35wnship
t townstilp to l south mrs 3 west or o saj 43
r meridian m eridian containing 44 acres also tie
s said sa Id lands eoveted over d by said contract
Also contract of sale No 4790 issued by bye
t The th state board
e of land commissioners a xtn
J Jan Ja Jaby n 2 1902 to Samuel G Spem Spenr r < i
b by him assigned to Alexander U Voatn emam
son so n td Joseph Shields covenrur tjia i16 i16uthwest
s southwest so quarter of section 26 h tmnsnip
1 south of range 3 west of said m merdia merdiantainIg rdia
c containing co 160 acres and also tie sa sat satnds < i
1 lands la nds covered by said con contrat contratAlso tract tractAlso
Also contract of sale No 5a S issiaj by bye
t the th e state board of land commies commissai < or < n uu u uct
C Oct O ct 1 1S02 to Joseph Shields and B > V
f Adamson A the latter taklrz tak1 his rest
i In trust for A G Adamson coverng covet ng te tenorthwest
ltta northwest lt quarter of the s sthweu ithwe f aar ma mar
l tor ta r the southeast quarter of the timeest so iV iVwest
w west est Quarter and the south hair o the theutheast
f southeast so utheast quarter of section 2 tie souti 5u iii
j half h alf of the southwest quarter of set aete 23
the th e east haf of the northwest uarer
and a nd th the southwest quarter of the lort lortwest ont ontest
j west w est Quarter ass rice of section 3R and < ifcr l r CAST a aalf
half h alf of the northeast uuaxtei of o Siion a on onall
S7 all tn township 1 south of range wrjr wrjrof cccs cccssaid
of said meridian tontainins 4tO a ar < rv a i Iso
also al so the said ands covered by said n aact
tract tr act actAlso
Also contract of sale No N 62 2 lsieu si e ee 1 > y
t the th J e state board of land commissio s en enct
Oct O ct 1 19 ice cowering lots 1 2 i 4 > 6 aand
7 and 8 and th the south halt of tni tn E a 1 1ast
east e ast quarter of section 36 towns > 1 1uth
south uth of raitee 3 west of said men meitan meitanontaining ian iancontaining
containing c 41388 acres and also th tiic tiicndg ad
lands ia ndg cov covered r > d by said contract contractAlso contractAiss
Also contract of sate No 686 Skit J i e aI aIy < l
by y the state board of land commisa r ra raon
on o n June 1 18GS coverIng lot t a authwest ra > s ssouthwest
southwest quarter of the northwest a aler ar
ler r and the west half of th the s atfcnest amthnestuarter < > atfcnestquarter
quarter q uarter all in section 1 the south V < f 1 1he n nthe
J the t he northeast quarter of section 10 the thesouth theuth
south so uth half of th the northeast uut qutirii < r < T aiJ aiJthe a ae
the th e south balf of the northwest quart quarter qiacesection ¬
c er section ll and th the west half of t tts ttsnorthwest t e eorthwest
northwest n quarter of section 1 U i n awnshIp
township to 2 south of range 3 west c find findmeridian saideridian
T meridian m eridian containing 4771 acres anl a I ii iithe uc uce >
t the th e said lands covered by said OTtr > t tAlao tAlso
Also 9 shares of the calital stok rrtT rrtTUtah rrt rrttah
T Utah U tah Salt Lake Canal I company i r rep repentod pr prrented
s rented by stock certificates No = OoA OoAand dtnd
and a nd 138B said shares of stock coistiruTis
t the he evide evidesee of ownership of wat war r t fa fare at atare
i are a re used to Irrigate portions of tl firo firogolBK f foing
golBK g described lands and b bcin > lns Bpr a r rnant > i itenant
t tenant te nant to the lands upon which said wa waters nars ¬
t ters ta rs ere used usedFor
For th the sum of 8010 00 12100 and and vpo the
f following fo llowing terms towit Cash upun upi on n nrmatlon
i flrmatlon fi a as appears from mcix the rvturn of ofsale ofale
s sale ale filed in this court has been set fcr fcreariag
1 h neariBg on Wednesday the 30tn day of ofug
Aug A Ac ug A D 190S at 10 oclock A M a tbe tteounty
c county c courthouse court house In the cpuri courL ream cf cfcounty Cfaid
s aid court in Salt Lake City Salt Ike Ikeounty
county c Utah trtabWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said o rt rtwith itwith
with the seal thereof affixed t ths > U3
< Seall Seal 1th th day of AUK Alt A D 1905 1905J 1905LDRDGE
By W H Farnsworth I Depot Diity < > s rk
Hlggins H iggins Senior Attorneys For Guard GuardI GuardNotice
Ia Jan n
Notice NoticeNetlce
Notice is hereby elven by the CP Cl I 4 oun ounii cuftof
ii 0s ot Salt Lake City of the Intention r rsuch ef efech
such s council to make the following de described deenibed ¬
scribed s Improvement towitTo towit towitTo
To grade pare with asphalt gutter ana anacurb anaurb
curb c urb with concrete curbing Fourth South Southstreet
street s from the west side of West T Tnue Tnuetreet nnia nniastreet
street s to the west side of Sec < irr i istreet st
street s and State street from t hft hftside it
side s ide of Fourth ourth South street > i IIde i
side s Ide of S Sevnth v nth South street ar fr
the abutters portion of the cost oCt an c ex PSence
pen p ence e thereof estimated at eiRi eiRithousand eiglhousand
thousand t seven hundred and 111 fifteen ana anas acSeventyfive
s ventyfive onehundredths S 71 13 j jdollars I 1 1ollars
dollars d or 1100 per front foot of Vuttrsr Vuttrsrproperty uttirg uttirgrQperty
property p by b a local aaianet aecesesnent ent up p n mmoth e elots
lots l or pieces oC ground r round within th timnwtng > ff fflowing >
lowing l described district being beingtrict
trict to be affected and benefited > si Mi Miimprovement icjmprovement
improvement i namely namely namelynrcottflE
Fronting on Fourth South sin > t ttots
tots h eta 6 S 7 and nd 8 block 38 tbe wr wpr > r 1 1eet > j jf
f eet t of lot 6 and the east 31SU f fe < i r > o oC oblock
C a block 38 aU of lots 5 1 7 and H vvt T Ic Icall
40 all of tots 1 and 2 block 31 all of its
1 1 2 3 a amid d 3 block 52 all of lot lute 1 arid aridblock 2 2lock
block b W plat A Salt Lake City eurv eurvFronting urvs
Fronting on State street streetAll All of lot lotand 4 4nd
and a nd 6 block 20 ait of lots 1 6 7 flnd flndblock id idkick
block b kick 21 all of tots l and S blo block < k nt 4 a at atr l lor
or o r lots 2 3 4 and 5 block S3 aU of orand5 > s
4 and and5 5 block block3Sandallofhots1 38 and all of lotsM 41 71 71S I Iblock
S block irtat A Salt Lake < t ta turvey
a urvey urveyThe rvey rveyThe
The total cost of said improvement Is Isestimated Isstimated
estimated e at one hundred and sev sCvntrz nt n nthousand
thousand t eight hundred and fifteen and andseventyfive andeventyfive
seventyfive s onehumiredths jnsi jnsidollars > Iollars
dollars d of which sum the City Citycc T pert > ort > T Tis t tt
is i t thirtyone thousand and one hundrj hundrjtt31100W hundirl31I0O
tt31100W 31I0O dollars leaving 5S67UT 5S67UTJ1LOO 35671 35671iLCxO
J1LOO iLCxO per front foot of abutting pron o rfy ny nyo
to t o be raided by local ass assessment assessmentAll ssm nt ntAH
AH protests and Objections to th thrying a arying
rying out of such intention must l rr rrsonted r rcnted
sonted s In writing to the city recnru r r rr i ior
or o r before the llth day of September r rbeing ii iibeing
being the Um sat by said counoii Tv ri riU ait
U I t will hear and consider such prntes prntesand prfesiand
and objections as xwyr b be made tiiereta tiieretaBy I izerPt izerPtfly
By order of th the City Council o sa SaLake i iLak
Lake City Utah UtahDated UthDated
Dated August M Mr S5
CJtjr Recorder RecorderPaviafr RecorderPaviag
Paviafr Extension No 15 15Assessment 15Assessment
Assessment Notice No 27 27TTRQ
Tintic LoetetiqIt of jitincipal pIact f fbusiflesa
busiflesa Salt Lake City state of I tah tahLocation
Location of mine and works Tint if i mr mring a i ileg
leg district Juab county state of Vtart I tati tatiNotice
Notice is hereby glvftu that at a piretine mncling mnclingof
of the board of directors of said riir riirpany emr emrIxany
pany held on Aug 2S 1905 assessment assessmentt
No 47 of one cent a share was levied oa oittime
the capital stock of the corporation ps psable pi piable
able immediately to the secretary at tvra taoffice
office of the company 225 5 Commrrcia ComrnercaClub
Club building Salt Lake City state sta cf cfUtah crUtah
Utah Any stock upon which this assess assessment assessmacnt
ment snkll remain unpaid on Satnrda Satirdarthe
the 30th th day of September 1905 will be bedt bedtlinquent d
linquont and advertised for sale at pu pLL < > I Iauction < < 3
auction and unless payment is made lif liffore
fore will be sold on Saturday the 2 2P 2Pday t
day of October 1GOS at 1 oclock p m t tpay tc tcpay
pay the delinquent assessment together togetherwith t0gethtwith
with tho th costs of advertising and rxpe epei3O epei3Oof so soof
of sale By order of the board of d drectors
rectors rectorsERNEST ERNEST WILLIAMS Secretar SecretarSalt SecretarSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Aug 26 1903 1903Notice 1205Notice
Notice of Annual Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
the annual meeting of the stockholders stockholderss
of the Tetro Mining company of Tintt TinttUtah <
Utahvfor Utah for the election of directors and andness ijrdfor
for thie transaction of such other blS blSha
ness as may lawfully come before it itbe Vi Vibe
be held at the office of the tompa tomparooms comOsi comOsirooms
rooms 224225 Commercial Club buiidi R 5Salt
Salt Lake City Utah on Septenj Septertr r I I1D05
1D05 at 2 oclock p m mFRXKST niERNESr
Salt Tkc ritv Cit Utah Aifin tigiis i > 1905 SO

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