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Entry List Now Open for Womene WomeneAnnual WomensAnnual
Annual Championship ChampionshipRESULTS Champi nship nshipRESULTS
The committee h charge of th U tennis tennisat tennilat
at the Country club are re out with the au aunounoement anflOunernent
nounoement that they are ready to re ree rea
> e entrlee en trie for the annual club tourna tournament tournaInent ¬
ment for the Newhou e trophy cup Play Playwill Playwill
will begin shortly affer afLet the first of the thecoming th thcoming
coming month and entries must be In the tiichands thehands
hands of the committee by 5 oclock Sat Saturday Satirday ¬
urday afternoon They can be either eitherhanded eitherhanjed
handed to the committee room 47 Com Commercial Cornnlerejal ¬
mercial block telephones J3x 1633 or orby orby
by signing the entry list posted at the theCountry tileCountry
Country club clubThe clubThe
The drawing for the tournament wfll wfllbe wfltbe
be held al the th Country Clnrntryclub club immediately hnrnedlatelyafter immediatelyafter
after the entries close All matches will willbe wiltbe
be beat two out of three sets aetiThe setsThe
The winner of this thu tournament will be beentitled beentitled
entitled to meet Mls MI William th the last lastyear laatyeajs
year yeajs champion It Is i also announced announcedthat nnonced nnoncedthat
that there will be suitable prises for or the therunner therulmer
runner up and winner of the tourna tournament tournameHt ¬
ment mentThe S SThe
The first rounds of the mens handicap handicapgolf handicapgolf
golf tournament have been compiled and andthe alttthe
the winners will be teamed for the s sec secmu c cond
mu ond round to be played next Saturday and andSunday andSunday
Sunday The results are aa a follows followsSchukler followsSchukier
Schukler beat Niles 2 up 1 to play playStelner playSteiner
Steiner beat McGurrin 3 up 2 to play playChanning 1111Cluinning
Channing beat Tgleheart 1 up upTaylor upTaylor
Taylor beat Holman 1 up upHal uPIals
Hal Ials beat Micks 1 w wThompson ws t tThompson
Thompson beat Officer 4 1 up t to play playHeintz playIalntz
Heintz beat Ash S up 2 to play playLindsay playLhdsay
Lindsay beat Porter 2 up 3 to play playVKEENEWINS playi playKEENE
His Kuroki Takes Colt and Gelding GeldingEnd GeldingEnd
End of Rich Produce Stakes StakesWorth StakesWorth
Worth 25000 25000New 251000New
New York Sept 26 James R Keene KeeneKuroki ieeeurokl
Kuroki urokl the 1 to 2 favorite won the first firsthalf firsthalf
half of the rich Produce slakes the lea feature leaturn ¬
turn of the opening at Brighton Bea Beaeh BeaehtQday h hlengths
tQday defttna Beilsiilcker by two twolengths
lengths with Inquisitor third The T1 Prod Produce ProdlIce ¬
lIce stakes has a gross value of 5OOO 000 and andis andIS
is run in two parts the first for colts coltsami cottaand
and gekUncs and the second for fillies filliesC titlesC
C E Durnells 4yearold Israelite Israelitehacked Israelitebackest
hacked from S to 5 to to 10 and carrying
101 uourds won the third race oullM up uplie uplie
lie equaled the worlds record of 144 35 35made 33made
made by the 3yearoid Glassful In Chi Chicago Chicao ¬
cago July 2 18ft 1 at Ml pounds up upResults upResults
Results Results1lrst ResultsPlrat
1lrst race raceS six furlongs furlongsDreamer Dreamer won wonKiamenha wonKlanlenha
Kiamenha second 2eaa ala third Time
113 25 25Second 25Second
Second race about two miles stepiihaeTkrnt1re teeplfe teeplfeihnse
ihnse ihaeTkrnt1re Bonflre won Gansevoort second secondRuths aecorniRuths
Ruths Rattler third Time T1me1 138 138Third 34 34Third
Third race mite and a sixteenth alxteatltIsrael alxteatltIsraelIte Israel Israelite ¬
ite won Rubric second Canteen third thirdTim thirdTinie114
Tim Tinie114 144 144Fourth 4 4iourth
Fourth race tne Produce stakes six sixfurluiiKs atcf
furluiiKs f urioneKurokt Kuroki won Bellsnicker second secondInnuisltor secOndInoulsitor
Innuisltor third Time Timei 113 113Fifth 12 121lfIh
Fifth race ous mile an 1i a furlong furlongDon furitmgTozi
Don Royal won Eucenla Burch second secondMonsieur secondMouieur
Monsieur Beaucaire third Tinre Tirne15 15S 44 44Sixth 44txtk
Sixth txtk race five and a half furlongs furlongsBribery furlongs1ribery
Bribery non IU Content second Mahocaliy Mahocaliythird dahoralytiird
third Time TtmeiO6 106 4a 4aSIGN 44SLGN
S Castro and A Anraz raz First Team From FromSalt PromSalt
Salt Lakes Stable to Enter EnterBig EnterBig
Big Event EventTwo EventTwo
Two of Salt Lakes bikeriders bike rtders have havealready havealrea4y
already signified their intention of start starting startAny ¬
Any in the New York sixday WcycUs race racethis racathis
this whiter They are r Fred Castro and andKmil andEmit
Emit ARrax These boys staled yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day that thy had already sinned nn en entry entry ¬
try blank for the bis bi race and turned the theHftinp theMIfl
MIfl over to 1ard1 Downing who Is Isettiflg
Hftinp as Pat Powers western representa representative ¬
tive this year Hardy ia now working workingwith workingwith
with several of Salt Lakes crack cycle cycleriders cycleriders
riders and will probably sign up more morewithin morewithin
within a few days davsCastro daysCastro
Castro and Agrax leave today for Call California Callbrats ¬
brats where they will do their training trainingtor
tor or the race The boys say the weather weatheris
is better for training purposes on the ther theqst
r qst st in the late fall and winter months monthsand monthsSI
SI and they believe they can do much better betterwork betterwork
work out there ttyan tan in Salt Lake They Theyintend TheyIntend
intend to o send at least two months monthsvxiunding monthsPolindiUg
vxiunding around on the California roads roadsand roadsand
and be in such condition when the race racecomes fliCktomes
comes off that they will be sure of money moneynear moneyiiear
near the front frontOther frontOther
Other riders who are likely to enter enterfrom enterfrom
from Salt Lake are Samuelson Hooper Hooperperhaps HopperWilliams
Williams Hoflister Bowler iowning and andperhaps
perhaps Bardsr Rardtt RardttGRAND tt ttGRAND
Opens for SixDay Grind at Cincin Cincinnati CincinnatiSusie ¬
nati natiSusie Susie N Takes Horse HorseReview HorseReview
Review Futurity FuturityCincinnati PuturityCincinnati
Cincinnati Sept 25 A sixday grand grandcircuit grandcircuit
circuit race meeting opened at Oakley Oakleypark Oakleypark
park her today With a large crowd in inattendance Inattendance
attendance Results ResultsHorve Resultsj
j Horse review Futurity Jlrat 1rst division divisiontrotting divisiontrotting
trotting thr three in five purse S7Mfr TOOOSusle TOOOSusleN usie usieX
X non first third ana fourth heats In
211 11 114 21i4 4 212M 1A Bon Voyage won sec second seeund ¬
und heat in 2i5 Rosa B BIl ll Th The Phan Phantom Phajton ¬
tom Marechal and Bonne onne Mas ano anostarted austarted
started startedHorse startedHorse
Horse review s second cond division for 2 2carolds 2earolds
carolds two in three purse 3Gd 3GdI 3000 Ed EdOuster
Ouster I von second and third het h ats In In217M in2i74
217M 216 21644 Vent Prodigal won first firstheat firstheat
heat in 2l 215 3i Governor Francis Silence SilenceSheeny SUnceSheen7
Sheeny Laboudlne Daffodil Noma and andMay nd ndMay
May Stuart also started
208 class pacing three in ftvfe nurse purseS purse2O
12000 unfinished unt1ntsbedSteIn Stein won two straight straightheats straIghtheats
S heats In 297H VTi 1 fei Ethel Mae Black BlackPet Blacket
Pet et Joule Elmwood Oregon Maid Shy Shylock Shylock
lock Peruna Owyho and Sweet Bay ay also alsostarted aLsostarted
Only One Favorite Fast Enough to toWin toWin
Win Money MoneySpecial MoneySpeclal
Special to The Herald HeraldBofcre Ijerildl3ois
Bofcre Ida Sept S 1Only Only a single f fvorft Cs Csorite
vorft orite MUM on in today racw that btUig btUigin bela belaI1
in I1 the first event of the afternoon afternoonSummary afternoonSummary
Summary SummaryFirst Summarytret
First tret race MM mile trot or pe p ee s en entlmens n ntlemenH
tlemenH driving nice owners to topude tlrm tlrmpud
pud pude 18 ii8usIf SusT K favorite won on IHrd IHrdstcoiNl UIrdS
S stcoiNl Prince third Time 242 35 35Second 23Second
Second race quarter mile niH dun purse purselteAdIes
10 lteAdIes Atflctt won JMdge Thomas favorit favoritMpetMHl favorlt4etold
MpetMHl Teddy Jtooitvelt third Time TiwerhIed
21 21Third Third rats race saddle horses threeciffhta threeciffhtant
nt r a mile pars JMfrSilver D won In Indisn Indian
disn steond Garden Queen favorite favoritethird favritvthird
third Thwe 37 T SC SCFourth 34Fourth
Fourth race rugning runin five and a half halffurlong halffurlongs
furlong wine bva 9 Kva McGinneea won wonMy wonuy
My Surprise favorite second Ullou third thirdTime thirdTime
Time 1M 1i S5 S5Fifth 15Fifth
Fifth race cowboy quarter mite dash dashVandcrbJIts dasisL
L purse hing won Ribbend ss oqd oqdguin5tdo
guin5tdo thin Mike favorite fifth fifthTime
Time fl L LVanderbilts
VandcrbJIts Sajammbo Wins WinsParis WinsParis
Paris Sent BW W K Vattdorbilts Sal SalaimnboTvKh SitiUfliflbOlVIth
aimnboTvKh WoodMpwon Wood upwon the Tapis T Tdlcap juU juUdicap
dicap worth SMW and his Ronaftwr Ronaftwrwith onafisrwltl
with the American Jockey fla1won Ranaeh ui uiwon
won Ui prbc pr Baltiqus of t SUiBOr both i ithe t tthe
the Mateon Lafitte moss today todayJockey todayJockey
Jockey Dies at Sheepshead SheepsheadNew
New York Soi Sspt t aJolmnle Laulle3who Lamley Lamleywho
who in W hiS Um Urns was one of lh most CU CUceMfUl tItUS tItUScesalni
ceMfUl 30 loekeys < fc y i Ill the United atatec tate Oifd Oifdtoday d dloday
today at aSiwspsltrsd Slia i sJiMid Bay amloy ten f ftwelvo t ttwelv
twelvo y years ars aro w rode d for Marcus Del DolKichard DelS DelRichard
Richard Croker and M liwycr
National League Leaguew LeagueNv
w ° n Lost P PC PCXtsbur C
N Nv w York Y T 4 3 3ttsbttttr
ttsbttttr 92 59 o ouiflcags W WHjJktWa
uiflcags j
HjJktWa 3lasida 3lasidaCincInnati V I 7 06
CincInnati M 00 511
St Louis Lou1 63 85
g Uest n 46 S5 S SBroiKiyn
Brooklyn 41 jg jgAmerican
American League LeaguePhiladelphia LeagueWon
Won Lost P C
Philadelphia 55 5 50 tO
chuB or 8I 5i t
Boston go 33 5 5ro
Detroit DetroitNew ro go i iIvew
New York vOT 98 M
Cleveland 70 TO 5fi 5G
Washington R p3 si ifi LOg
St Louis is 91 i 31 31NATIONAL 314 314NATIONAL
JRoqklyn floqklyn Sept 86 35Brooklyn Brooklyn outbattft1 outbattft1ago
Cliletigo ago in both gramas today In th thnitrt tho
first game th locals threw away severa severachances several severalchances
chances for scoring by reckless base run iunnins runniniC
nins Attendance 2WO Score
First Game R H E
ChlQHCO 0 6 1
Brooklyn 2 8 8BattdrlesRejilbach sBatt4r1ajlelcit
BattdrlesRejilbach and nd ONeill Strlolj Strl lt
1 let U and nd Borew
Saoond Game R H B
Chicago 3 s sIrofiklyn 1
BroOklyn 2 11 3
Batteries BatterlesBrjgga Brlgga Welmtr and Kllng Kiln KilnMcIntyre
McIntyre and Bergen BergenCincinnati BergenCincinnati
Cincinnati Sept 25 25Clnelnnati Cincinnati won wonborj wonbotit
borj cnmes of the doubleheader r with withBoston wIthBoton
Boston today Attendance ZOOS Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First Game R H E ECincinnati ECincinnati
Cincinnati 5 0 C CBoston 0Boston
Boston 0 5 C CBatteries 0 0IMtterlosliwbig
Batteries IMtterlosliwbig Kwing and Struct Wllholro Wllholroand WlIhoImand
and Needham NeedhamSecond NeedharnSecond
Second Game R II B BCincinnati BCincinnati
Cincinnati 4 7 7Boston 7Boto
Boston S 6 6BatterlasOverall 1 1BatteriosOveraht
BatterlasOverall and Street Fraser Fraseiand Fraserand
and Neodham NeodhamPittahure NeodhamPlttalijir
Pittahure Sept 2PhllLppt Philllpnl broke the theracowm therocdTi
racowm the flr rtilTnld lt lifnlri hittitis fj throe throeIwtflmen threebatemen
Iwtflmen This performance coupled with withWsKners withVagners
WsKners wild throw letting in three threeruns threeruns
runs out a handicap on Plttsbure that thatcould thatcould
could not be overcome Attendance 1200 1200Score 1300Score
R H E EPittsburjr EPittsburg
Pittsburjr 4 6 n nNew 2New
New York 10 12 S SBatteries 3BatterlosPhillippI
Batteries BatterlosPhillippI Phllllppl and Gibson Math Mathewson Matheweon
ewson and Breanahan BreanahanAMERICAN BreanahanAMERICAN
Washington Sept 21 Cleveland de defeated ticfeated ¬
feated Washington today in a hard hit hiti hitting
i ting game the fleldlns of the local team teamSelns teamljeln
ljeln poor Hlekman s batting and the thealdTns thefieldIng
Selns fieldIng of Stanley and Turner were the thofeatures thefeatures
features Attendance lOW Score ScoreR ScoreRHB
R RHB RHBWsshlngton H E EWashington
Washington 1 12 6 6Cleveland 0Cleveland
Cleveland 9 12 1 0 0Batteries 0BatteriesHughes
Batteries BatteriesHughes Hugh Townsend Manuel Manueland Manuelapd
and Klttredge Joss and Clarke ClarkeNew ClarkeNew
New York Sept 35 In a same which whichWHS whichwas
was remarkable for good and fast hitting hittingthe hlttinithe
the New York Americans defeated theflr theflrSt tltdIrSt
St Louis opponents today by a score of ofIS
IS to 10 Attendance 2MC Score ScoreR
St Louis 10 12 5 5New 5New
New York 13 12 4 4Batteries 4S 4BatterIesMorgan
Batteries BatterIesMorgan Morgan and Spencer Orth Orthand Orthitd
and S itd Klelnow KlelnowV KleinowBoston
V Boston Sept 2S 23With With Captain Collins Collinsof Colunsot
of Boston still on the injured list Ch Chcajjos C1Icagos >
cajjos winning streak remained unbroken unbrokentoday unbrokentoday
today the visitors winning two games gamesWiJdness umea umeaWildness
Wildness poor work by Armbruster and anderrors anderrors
errors by h Ferris and the timeliness of ofChfeasos ofChlaagos
Chfeasos hits decided the second game gamewhich gamewhich
which was called at the end of the soY seventh soYcoOt ¬
coOt inninff mum on account of darkness At Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 5300 K Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First Game R H E EChicago EChicago
Chicago 3 6 0 0Boston
Boston 1 5 4 4Baiteries 1 1BaLterleeAltroek
Baiteries BaLterleeAltroek Altroek w UW1 UW1Barry d iMjiBniiland iMjiBniilandBarry
Barry Gibson and Crizer CrizerSecond CrizecSecond
Second Game R H E EbloasQ ECbiotigq
bloasQ Mt H I S I 1 1Boston
7 S SBatteriesSmith
Boston v r i ion
BatteriesSmith Mtnd Moarlfld Gib Gibeon
eon on and Armbruster ArmbrusterPhiladelphia ArmbrusterPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept 26 26Detroits Dotrbits batting battingtrrors battIngerrors
errors were costly today and tlwsteud tlwsteud1lv tlta steud steudliv
1lv effective pitching of Bender held the thevisitors thevisItors
visitors to two runs and enabled Phila Philadelphia Phhladelphia ¬
delphia to win Attendance 5 50 0 Score ScoreR
R H t tetroit E EDetreit
etroit 2 7 4 4hiladelqhia 41hIIaiielnhia
hiladelqhia I1 I1Bender 1 1BaiterlesWIg5s
BaiterlesWIg5s Varnr and Drill DrillBender
Bender and Scnreck ScnreckWILLES SehreckIWILLES
ICurley Curley Madden and Bean Talk Over OverFight OverPight
Fight Situation and Report ReportNothing ReportNothing
Nothing Doing DoingJack DoingJack
Jack Curley manager of John Wille Willearrived Willearrived
arrived from Chicago yesterday to look lookafter lookafter
after the Interests of his man When WhenCurl WhIchCtrlay
Curl Ctrlay y keft eft for the east some time ago agoon agoon
on a business trip he left the match in ingood IngoodShspe
goodShspe good shape an dexp dexpectsd ct d to be on hand handwhen handwhen
when Wills stepped into the ring against againstRuhlin againstRuhUn
Ruhlin When he arrived yesterday the thematch thematch
match was off and everything was up In Inthe Inthe
the air airCurley airCurley
Curley Bean and Madden got together togetherlast togetherlast
last evening and discussed transferring transferringth
th the match to some other place Neither NeitharCurley NeitherCurley
Curley nor Madden were much in favor of ofa ofa
a chance although they admitted they theywould theywould
would fight anywhere Jf shown that there therewas therewas
was something in it Neither man is in inth Inthe
th the business for his health and both are area area
a little bit fearful about taking any more morechances morerhances
chances In this section of the country countryGttrtey countryCurley
Gttrtey received a wire from a Phlladcl Phlladclunta PlilsdellihSa
unta club offering a sixround bout in inthat 38that
that city but as yet has not accepted or orrefused orrefused
refused the offer Billy Wilson came camefrom cazuefr
from fr m Provo yesterday and made the men menan laO
an offer to go to Provo with the match matchand matchand
and Bean said he would donate his ser service icrvices ¬
vice to help along the match if both bothmanagers bothmapacerS
managers accepted All efforts to secure secureitract securetii
tii srgnaturett of Carley and Madden to toa
a onutract itract to take the match to Provn Provnfulled Provnfi1ed
fulled last evening but the matter will willbe wiltbe
be taken up again today todaySotne todayoine
Sotne oine reflections wore thrown on the thomatch themteh
match yesterday because It was brouIIt brouIItout Bought Boughtout
out that in the articles for the fight the themen hC hCmen
men agre sgred to ai sPilt > Ht the purse evenly evenlyCnty evenlyCpuntY
Cnty Attorney P P ChrIstensen n used usedthirty usedth
th argument agaillat the contest when whenhe
he toppeiI It The men agreed to take takethirty
thirty ncr cent each RQ matter Which Whichvou W Wwoo
woo forty per cent going to the club clubCROWN clubCROWN
The new Crown alleys were opened last lastJltnJot lastventdgwt
ventdgwt a match game between the theJpnI
JltnJot JpnI rs and nd the Owls the Juniors tak takIn takin
In two twoeut otit of th the three same Price Prleeu Priceat
at u e jjjkBiors niors was high man with a wore worescores scoreS scoreTe
Te scores orrs follows followsJuniors followS followJuniors
Juniors JuniorsBvant Juniorsvans
Bvant vans WS 179 138 I132 I132rt4 192
rt4 > 191 2I 1W505 1W505All 1IW3WTist
WTist mi
ViiThey us ito 174i0ti 174i0tiA1L
All c 1rze a aS
S Ovls OvlsGirthes
Girthes hi hiSft
Sft 1 I1i 1T4seu 1T4seutea
tea ff ffBurt
Burt vv rn L LSd
Sd 848 fil lS7 lS7BRITISH 387 387BRITISH
London Sept 2 hILGaeral General Booth of the theSalvgtloii theSivtlon
Salvgtloii Army in a lei lengthy thy jirtlcte rticte pub publtok pubilehed
ilehed ltok d this morning dealing with the sit sitiwtlofi altthRtIOS
iwtlofi aristn from the sreat number of ofKTi ofpersons
persons KTi ona 3t t nrenent out of emnlojrnnetit in injBtfland Inniand
jBtfland niand announces that he has chartered charteredlurfl charteredthree
three lurfl steamers which in tht th spring w will will1l ll llil
il for Canadian ports with nmlKrants nmlKrantsall
all of wham will be guaranteed employf employfnwnt omployrmoat
moat moatC
8oI Sold < X only bw OtiBensCoalcompany bQJUcep5CvalcarnpanyeRomuod OtiBensCoalcompanyKomtrvet
Komtrvet io 183 S Main Phone 49 4
Herrmann Still the Whole Show in inOrganized inOrganized
Organized Baseball Baseballw BaseballREADY BaseballFOR
Cincinnati Sept 25 President August AugustHerrmann AuguatHerrmaiin
Herrmann and Secretary John E Bruce Brucewere Brucewere
were reelected today by the National Nationalbaseball Nationalbaseball
baseball commission which then pro proceeded proeceded ¬
ceeded to the formulation of rule for the theseries theseries
series of games for the worlds chum clmmpionship chumpIonhip
pionship between the champions of the theNational theNational
National and American lAtgites No Noschedule NOeheduto
schedule of the worlds championship championshipgames championshipgaInes
games will be announced until the sea season ¬
son is finished For the same reason reasonthe reasocthe
the umpires will not be made known at atpresent atpresent
present presentAfter S SAfter
After reaffirming the rules adopted for forthe forthe
the games by the two leagues last fall fallthe fallthe
the commission adopted a number o osupplementary of ofsupplementary
supplementary rules among which arc arcthose arethose
those requiring that all players eligible eligibleto
to take part In the games must have havebeen havebeen
been under contract not later than Aug Al
31 the posting of the forfeit of 510000 10000 by bythe
the owners ot the participating clubs for fora
a faithful carrying out of the rules and andprovisions andprovisions
provisions of the series and the fixing fixingof
of the salaries of the umpires at 400 each eachfor eachfor
for the series It was also decided that thatthe thatthe
the worlds championship pennant should shouldbe shouhilbe
be raised In the presence of the national nationalcommission nationalcommission
commission on a date to be agreed on onthis Onthis
this to be after the opening of the chain championship chainplonship ¬
pionship season of 1006 1006In 1906In
In the matter of field rules he decided decidedthat decidedthat
that no spectators should be allowed allowednearer allowediieurer
nearer than 236 feet from the home base basein basein
in right and left field or 275 feet in cen center center ¬
ter field at these games nor within less lessthan lessthan
than twentyfive feet of the foul lines in inany Inany
any portionAof portion of the field fieldThe fieldThe
The national commission toda made madepublic madepublic
public a new rule regarding waiving clain clainof claiirof
of players It provides no waiver shai shaibe shabe
be asked by a major league club of a aplayer aplayer
player purchased from a minor league leagueprevious leagueprevIous
previous to Feb I After that the presi president president ¬
dent of the major league containing such suchclub auchclub
club must immediately notify the presi president prestdent ¬
dent of the other major league leuguewho who shall shallhave shallIlave
have twentyfour hours in which to file filoclaim fileclaim
claim if desired for a club of his league leagueThe leaguerue
The rule Is to avoid conflict and confu confusion confusioii ¬
sion regarding waivers waiversPark waiversPark
Park City Kids Issue Defl DeflThe DefiThe
The following challenge was received receivedfrom receivedfroni
from the manager of the Park City jun juniors junloxs ¬
iors yesterday yesterdayThe
The Park City juniors will play the theEureka theEureka
Eureka juniors for a side bet of 25 to ViO ViOWe 0 0We
We are the champion kid team of the thestate thestate
state We got the title from the Utahs Utahsof
of Salt Lake Now if there 1s any money moneyin
in Eureka sports let them put it up We Wewill Wewill
will play them at Park City any time timothse timethey
they want t0 play playSigned
thse Signed dHnt BLD SHAKILY SHAKILYManager SALEXManager
Manager Park City Juniors JuniorsPROVO luniorsPROVO
Sports of Garden City Anxious to Get GetBuhlinWille GetRuhlinWille
BuhlinWille Contest and andWill andWill
Will Hake Bid BidS BidSeeial
< S Seeial o inl to The Herald HeraldProvo HeraldProvo
Provo Sept 23 23Nothing Nothing will be placed placedin
in tIle way W8 of the RuhllnWllle glove glovecontest glecoitest
contest If it is decided to give the cii ciitertainment chtertainnient
tertainment here Mayor Roylance and andCity andCity
City Marshal Henry have consulted the thecity thecity
city attorney and found that there is no nocity nocity
city ordinance against glove contests contestsso
so they would have no legal right to in interfere in interfere ¬
terfere with the attraction If they de desired dosired ¬
sired but they have no desire to do so if ifthe ifthe
the event is conducted in an orderly man manner manncr ¬
ncr which City Marshal Henry is de determined determined ¬
termined it shall be if it comes here The Thecountyauthorities lilacounty
countyauthorities county authorIties will not butt In inthe if ifthe
the city authorities want the cntertair cntertairment elltertairment
ment and the field is clear if Mr Wil Wilson V ii iilion ¬
son of the opera house management ana anathe nuLlthe
the managers of the artists can come to toterms toterms
Articles of incorporation of the Belling Bellingham Beilingham
ham Bay Athletic club of Salt Lake were wereyesterday wereyesterday
yesterday filed in the county clerks of office offlee ¬
flee The stated purposes of the club are areand aretQ
tQ lndtiuctit membEt to bbcOiIleuiorai bbcOiIleuioraiand
and lawabiding citizens and to impart impartthe inlpartthe
the art of selfdefense The club Is Iscapitalized > a acapitalized
capitalized for 85 5tt in shares of u par parvalue parvalue
value of II each eachJohn eachJohn
John Wesley Henry 424 424I s South State Statestreet Statestreet
street is president James E Hood 42 42East 42East
East Second South street is vice presi president president ¬
dent Carney LaRue of 27 2i South West WestTemple Westremple
Temple street is secretary and treasurer treasurerand treasurerand
and the officers with Charles Palmer ot
4 42 ± East Second South street and L B BTalbert BTalbert
Talbert of 65 Franklin avenue constitute constitutethe
the board of directors The club owns ownschairs ownschairs
chairs tables pool table beds bedding beddingbooks beddingbooks
books book case and athletic Implements ImplementsMAYNE ImplementsMAYNE
Clifford Mavne the Park City swim swimmer swimmer ¬
mer telephoned The Herald last evening eveningtha eveningtim
tim C L Sheeley of this city makes a amistake amistake
mistake when he says he does not want wantto wantto
to swim him To show that he does doesMnync doestlnyne
Mnync says h he will today mail a cer certified certified ¬
tified check n The Herald as a side bet betto betto
to bind u match with She Shcelev ShcelevThe Iey IeyThe
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Cleveland Sept 25 23The The fourth an annual anfluid ¬
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annual meeting of stockholders to be beheld beheld
held In New York Oct 17 will show showthat showthat
that gross earnings for the fiscal year yearonding yearending
ending June 30 105 ware 21150201 a adeerrase adecrease
decrease of 5891S549 from these of the theprevious theprevious
previous year The report will show showthat showthat
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How Some Famous Criminals Be BehaVcd 5 5liaved
haVcd While the Jury Was Out OutDeliberating OutDetiberatrng
Deliberating on Their Fate FateONE FateO
NE of the most successful lawyers lawyerspracticing lawyerspracticing
ONE O practicing In the criminal courts courtswas courtswas
was waiting impatiently late one onenight onenight
night for the verdict of a jury In a case casehe casehe
he had just tried The case had been beenan beenan
an intricate one with many exhibits exhibitsand exhibitsand
and the jury had been put a long ion time timeIn timeIn
In the court room and outside of it itlounged Itlounged
lounged the usual crowd Relatives Relativesand
and friends of the prisoner prlsoneea a lawyer lawyerwho lawyerwho
who had followed a crooked legal trail trailprayed trailprayed
prayed and hoped for his vindication vindicationOutsiders Jn1atIonOutsiders
Outsiders there from curiosity alone alonelaughed alonelaughed
laughed and chatted of other trials A Ayoung A Ayoung
young assistant district attorney to towhom tovlioni
whom a conviction meant praise from fromhis fromhis
his chief sat off in a corner and mut muttered muttered ¬
tered to sympathetic companions companionsWhat companions1Vhat
What can be the matter with those thosefellows thosefellows
fellows Whats keeping em so long longIf longIf
If there ever was an open and shut case casethis casethis
this is it itA ItA
A court officer hurried from the jury juryroom juryroom
room with a message for the judge judgeThe judgeThe
The jury has agreed it was whis whispered wlutspered ¬
pered The defendants lawyer stopped stoppedhis
his impatient tramping up and down downthe downthe
the corridor A victory would please pleasehim pleasehim
him buteven if the jurys verdict was wasagainst wasagainst
against him his work was done for the thenight thenight
night nightIf
If waiting around like this makes a afellow afellow
fellow so fretful and nervous he re remarked remarked ¬
marked I wonder how the prisoner prisonermust prisonerulust
must feel while the jury 1s deciding decidingThere decidingThere
There was a sigh of disappointment disappointmentwhen
when the court officer hurried back backfrom backfrom
from the judge saying that there had hadbeen hadbeen
been no agreement agreementthe the jury had asked askedthe askedthe
the judge for Instructions on a point of oflaw oflaw
law Dan Kelly deputy sheriff and vet veteran vetoran ¬
oran prison guard became reminiscent reminiscentHow reminiscentHow
How do they feel those men and andwomen andwomen
women to whom a jurys verdict means meansso
so much he repeated What arc arcthe arethe
the emotions of a prisoner while await awaiting awaitin ¬
ing in the verdict of twelve men menKelly menKelly
Kelly leaned back and closed his eyes eyesFor eyesFor
For a score of years he has had charge chargeof
of most of the famous prisoners on trial trialin trialin
in the criminal courts building While Whilethe WhIlethe
the jury is out the defendant is kept in ina ina
a pen within easy reach of the court courtroom courtroom
room roomThey They all take it differently said saidKelly saidKelly
Kelly It all depends on the physical physicaland physicaland
and mental makeup of the prisoner prisonerAnd prisonerAnd
And you never can tell how they will willact willact
act While the trial is going on some someof someof
of them show lots of nerve but that thatis thatIs
is while they have their lawyers at attheir attheir
their side But when the lawyer has hasmade hasmade
made his last plea the prosecutor has hasput ha haput
put in his best licks for conviction and andthe andthe
the judge has delivered his charge chargethen chargetjlen
then many a prisoner who has shown showngreat showngreat
great nerve during the trial bacomes bacomeshysterical bacomeshysterical
hysterical and many of them almost almostcollapse almostcollapse
collapse collapseOf
Of course that is not always the thecase thecase
case but it frequently happens Often Oftenthe Oftenthe
the weak frightened creature who gets getsyour getsyour
your sympathy during the trial is calm calmand cairnand
and apparently unconcerned while the thejury thejury
jury is deliberating deliberatingThe
The ignorant and uneducated prison prisoners ¬
ers as a rule arc affected more than thanthe thanthe
the Intelligent and educated I sup suppose ¬
pose that is because the educated have havebetter havebetter
better control of thoir minds maybe maybethey maybethey
they are better able to conceal their theirfeelings theirfeelings
feelings I guess it amounts to7the to7thesame tothesame
same thing thingYou thingYou
You cant help feeling sorry for forsome forsome
some of the ignorant prisoners I have haveseen haveseen
seen cases whore I would have sworn swornthat swornthat
that the prisoner became temporarily temporarilyinsane temporprilyinsane
insane while waiting for the jury They Theytear TJleytear
tear around the pen pulling their j hair hairand ir iraild
and ready to butt their heads against againsta
a wall At the same time I have havehan havehantiled han handled ¬
tiled some ignorant prisoners who ware wareso wereso
so stolid that they didnt clldntseem eem toHBare toHBareabout toTareabout
about the outcome outcomeAre outcomeAre
Are women worse than men Not Notas Notas
as a rule Youd think so wouldnt wouldntyou wouldntyou
you But its not the case Ive seen seenmany seenmany
many women who had the men beaten beatenall beatenall
all to pieces on nerve I remember one onewoman onewoman
woman who was the coolest thing I ever everhad everhad
had anything to do with She was wascharged wascharged
charged with larceny I think and the theprosecution theprosecution
prosecution had made out a good case caseThe caseThe
The jury had been out a couple of ofhours ofhours
hours and she hadnt displayed the theleast theleast
least concern Why Ive got this beat beaten beaten ¬
en she said to me The worst I can canget canget
get is a disagreement Ive got that thatjury thatjury
jury conned even if I am guilty guiltyShe guiltyShe
She surprised me for it was the first firsttime rst rsttime
time she had been arrested and there thorewas therewas
was nothing to show that she had been beenassociating beenassociating
associating with crooks Yet she acted actedlike actedlike
like an oldtimer Sure enough the thejury thejury
jury disagreed but she was tried again againand againand
and convicted convictedIts convicteIts
Its funny the way some of them themspeculate themspeculate
speculate on the length of time a jury jurywill jurywill
will be out A criminal who has been beenthrough beenthrough
through the mill generally regards it as asa asa
a good omen when the jury doesnt doesnthand doesnthand
hand him a verdict right away The Thecriminal Thecriminal
criminal decides that when It takes a ajury ajury
jury a long time to agree they are aredoubtful aredoubtful
doubtful about his guilt and that he hewill hewill
will either be acquitted or there will be bea bea
a disagreement When a criminal Js in inbad Inbad
bad he considers a disagreement a vic victory vietory ¬
tory for or it is harder to convict on the thesecond thesecond
second trial trialI
I rememtoer an odd case where a acrook acrook
crook was fooled by a jury He was a aburglar aburglar
burglar who had been sent up several severaltimes severaltimes
times before in this and other states statesHe statesHe
He was used to the game and wasnt wasntbothering wasntbothering
bothering his head about what was go going goIn
ing In to happen It took the jurors just justabout justabout
about five minutes to send word to the thejudge tilejudge
judge that they had agreed They Theygave Theygave
gave me a quick de dccl l said Id the burglar burglarwho burglarwho
who had no doubt that the verdict was wasguilty wasguilty
guilty He was up against a severe severejudge severeJudge
judge who was noted for his long sen sentences senteflees ¬
tences for habitual criminals and the thecrook thecrook
crook didnt expect any allymercy allymercy5V1e mercy mercyWe
We find the defendant not guilty guiltysaid guiltysaid
said the foreman of the jury That Thatburglar ThatburFlar
burglar wag the most surprised man I Iever Iever
ever saw in a court room Holy Holysmoke Holysmoke
smoke he gasped Thats a piece of ofluck ofluck
luck luckThose
Those who are up against it for the thefirst thefirst
first time think that a quick verdict verdictfrom verdictlioat
from the jury means acquittal When Whentheyre Whentheyre
theyre disillusioned it hits them hard hardNow hardNow
Now the wait while the jury is out outdoesnt outdoesnt
doesnt seem to worry some prisoners prisonersa
a bit I remember an Italian who was wason wason
on trial for Or murder The evidence was wassuch wassuch
such that the jury would have to ac acquit acquit ¬
quit or convict him of murder In the thefirst thefirst
first degree After the jury had said saidto saidto
to the jury Gentlemen I submit the thecase thecase
case to you yoiL the Italian walked into intoa
a pen and threw himejlf on a bench benchIn
In five seconds he was asleep When Whenthe Whenthe
the jury agreed I had to shake him himpretty himpretty
pretty roughly to wake him himWhats himI
I Whats up1 up he asked Itold him himthat 11kBthat
that if he would walk to the bw he hewould hewould
would hear the foreman say whether whetheror
or not he was guilty So soon he hesaid lesaid
said without the slightest trace of anx anxiety anxicty ¬
iety as to what was going to happen happento
to him And when the foreman said saidGuilty saidGuilty
Guilty he wa was just as unconcerned unconcernedI
I have had two or three prisoners prisonerswho prisonerswho
who read from the time their cases caseswont casesWolIt
wont to the jury Love stories and andsuch ant antsuch
such rot seemed to interest them more morethan Iforethan
than whether they were going to get getout getout
out Others pace up Ut and down the thepen thepen
pen Some throw themselves down in ina Ina
a corner and wont talk to any one oneThen oneThen
Then there is the talkative kind kindTheyre kindrneyre
Theyre nuisances sometime They Theywant Theywant
want to talk about their particUlar partlerilaTcase
case and always get you to say you youbelieve youbelieve
believe they are innocent You cant canttell canttell
tell a man that you believe he is guilty guiltyDuring guiltyDuring
During a trial a prisoner often takes takesstrong takesstrong
strong fancies or dislikes dislikesA
A judges charge frequently has a astrange astrange
strange effect on the prisoner I know knowof knowI
I of one case where a prisoner made up uphis
his mind that the judge was bitterly bitterlyagainst bitterlyagainst
against him although everybody in the thecourtroom tueeotirtrooin
courtroom at Uietlimf tjieflthought thought that the thejudge thejudge
judge had gone out of his hi way to tomake tomake
make a point for the prisoner The Theprisoner Tisprisoner
prisoner himself couldnt so U Unit1 Unit1way tI1twayat
way wayat at nil flu The jury nrQmpUx llrornptlYiiw4nff llrornptlYiiw4nffted eLtuu eLtuuted > <
ted him I saw him Inter laterla h < was not
a prisoner then thenand and he still held that thatthe thatthe
the Judge had been against him and andthat andthat
that the charge had nothing to do dowith dowith
with the verdict verdictWhat verdictWhat
What effect has a long trial on a aprisoner 4prisQner
prisoner some one asked Kelly KellyNaturally KellyNaturally
Naturally its pretty tough on the theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner Take the last important case casewe casewe
we had the Nan Patterson case In Inthe Inthe
the judgment of those who watched watchedher watchedher
her during the trial there were only onlytwo onlytwo
two or three occasions when she showed showedany s1ioyedany
any emotion worth speaking of Yet Yetat Yetat
at each trial she collapsed wnilethe wnilethejury whulethejury
jury was out After the first trial she shehad shehad
had to be carried back to the Tombs Tombsand Tombsand
and at the second trial she was car carried carned ¬
ned to the courtroom unconscious and andnever mIdnever
never heard the foreman say that the thejury thejury
jury couldnt agree That was all due dueto dueto
to the tension she was under while the thejury thejpry
jury was out outAlbert outAlbert
Albert T Patrick whose conviction convictionfor
for the murder of William Rice Marsh Marshhas Marshhas
has been affirmed by the court of ap appeals appeals ¬
peals was very talkative He talked talkedand talkedand
and talked all the time and only about abouthis aboutlila
his own case On the way to Sing SingSing SingSing
Sing he ran on in the same line lineAl lineAl
Al Adams went under completely completelyduring completelyduring
during the time the jury made up their theirminds theirminds
minds to convict him He was simply simplya
a I wreck and I never expected to see seehim seehim
him come out of Sing Sing alive After Afterhis Afterhis
his conviction you know he wasnt wasnttaken wasnttaken
taken back to the Tombs but was waskept waskept
kept at the WaldorfAstoria on a su supreme supreme ¬
preme court order I understand t hat hathe hathe
he came out of Sing Sing in pretty prettygood prettygood
good physical condition but anybody anybodywho anybodywho
who saw him as I did when the Jury Jurywas jurywas
was considering his case would never neverhave neverhave
have believed it itThe ItThe
The nerviest chap I ever had any anything anything ¬
thing to do with was Sam Parks Parkswho Parkswho
who died in Sing Sing Sam talked talkedloud talkedloud
loud and impressed you as being some something something ¬
thing of a bluffer but he had more morepure morepure
pure nerve than any one I have run runup runup
up against in my time He swore that thathe thatlie
he would get even if he was convicted convictedand convictedand
and that his enemies had better watch watchout watchout
out He never showed the slightestfear slightest elightestfear
fear while waiting to hear the ver verdict verdiet ¬
Diamond Phil Weinseimer was en entirely entirely ¬
tirely different from Parks Wein Weinseimer Weinmimer ¬
seimer was quiet and reserved and kept keptto keptto
to himself He took the wait for the thejury thejury
jury calmly enough but when he heheard heheard
heard the verdict it was with something somethingof
of a shock shockRoland shockRoland
Roland B Molineaux was very cool coolSo coolSo
So were Carlyle Harris and Dr Bu Buchanan Buchanan ¬
chanan who were convicted and later laterelectrocuted laterelectrocuted
electrocuted Mrs Fleming was down downhearted downhearted ¬
hearted and spiritlesswhen splritieRn when alone but butwhen butwhen
when she had any one to talk to she shewas shewas
was quite cheerful cheerfulKelly cheerfulKelly
Kelly has taken many prisoners to toSing toSing
Sing after their conviction convictionWhen conviotlonWTlien
When they realize that they are up upagainst upagainst
against it and that there herc is no use in inmaking Inmaking
making a fight said Kelly some of ofthem ofthem
them make the best of it They go gointo gointo
into prison with their minds made up upto upto
to obey the rules and earn commuta commutation commutation ¬
tion for good behavior behaviorStrange behaviorStrange
Strange to say there are few of ofthem ofthem
them who will admit after conviction convictioneven
even in confidence that they are guil guilty guilty ¬
ty Every one of them has been beenabused beenabused
abused railroaded picked up by mis mistake mistake ¬
take or a victim or circumstances circumstancesNew
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city council of Salt Lake City of the in intention intention ¬
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lowing described Improvement towlt Ex Extending Extending ¬
tending and laying sewer lateral of S Sinch 5inch
inch vitrliied pipe on Seventh street be between between ¬
tween B and C streets In sewer district districtNo districto
No o 1 and defray the abutters portion of ofthe ofthe
the cost and expense thereof estimated at atfour atfour
four hundred and twentyseven JlfTOO JlfTOOdollars 31r00dollars
dollars or 70100 41070 070 dollars per front
foot of abutting property by a local as assessment assesament ¬
sessment upon the lots or pr iIeees of grQund grQundwithin J Jwithin
within the following described deacribin district be bein
in in < r thn the rtlatrtnt district to to lu be affected n tfa 1 1by or beneiltetl beneiltetlby
by said improvement namely All of lot 3 3and 3and
and tho west 1400 feet of lot 4 block 0 0all 95 95alt
all of lot 2 and the west 1400 feet of lot
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In Ing out of such intention must be pre presented preseated ¬
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By order of the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated Sept 6th 1905 1905J 906J
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tober toit 1905 at 10 oclock a m mSaid mSaid
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ration of said corporation in the follow following followI ¬
I lug particulars particularsI
1 Changing the name of the th corpora corporation corporation ¬
tion to BlythFargo company
2 Changing the place of business of ofthe oftilC
the corporation to Park City Utah In Instead Instead ¬
stead of Salt Lake City Utah
3 Voting upon and ratifying all acts actsof actsof
of the board of directors heretofore per performed performed ¬
4 4 Authorizing the directors to make makebylaws make13laws
bylaws and alter and amend thorn at atpleasure atpleasure
5 To elect a board of f directors directorsI
6 I The transit tiansuction otion of 0 any business buHlnetwwhich businesswhich
which could bo done at u regular Htmtiul sDflUUlmeeting Htmtiulmeeting
meeting ThOMAS BLYTHSherman BLYTH B14TITSherman
Sherman Fargo President PresidentSecretary PresidentSecretary
Secretary SecretaryDated SecretaryDated
Dated Sept llth 1003 1003Notice 1905Notice
Notice of Stockholders Meeting MeetingYOUR MeetingYOUR
specially directed to the annual stock stockholders toekholders ¬
holders meeting of the Nalldrlver Mining Miningcompany Miningcompany
company to be held on Monday Octo October October ¬
ber 2 J 19QS 3 at 11 a m at the office of the thecompany thecompany
company in Masonic building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah Besides the election of of officers ofleers ¬
leers there will be presented for con consideration Considoration ¬
sideration the present condition of the thecompanys thecompanys
companys finances and the result ot otthe ofthe
the prospecting work heretofore done doneThe doneThe
The wishes of the stockholders are par particularly particularly ¬
ticularly desired as to the question of offuture offuture
future work Its extent and means of ofdefraying ofdefraying
defraying the cost thereof If not able ableto ableto
to be present please send your proxy to toC toC
C L Rood with any instructions or ad advice advice ¬
vice you care to offer Yours truly trulyC
C L ROOD President PresidentSalt PresidentSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Sept 20 1805 1805Assessment 11thAssessment
Assessment Notice No 27 27THE 27TIlE
Tintic Location of principal place of ofbusiness ofbusinesS
business Salt Lake City state of Utah UtahLocation UtahLocation
Location of mine and works Tinlic min mining miiilug ¬
lug district Juab county state of Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting meetingof
of the board of directors of said com company cornpany ¬
pany held on Aug 26 1905 assessment assessmentNo
No 27 of one cent a share was levied on onthe onthe
the capital stock of the corporation pay payable payable ¬
able immediately to the secretary at the theoffice theoffice
office of the company 225 Commercial CommercialClub CommercialClub
Club building Salt Lake City state of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah Any stock upon which this assess assessment assessfilelit ¬
ment shall remain unpaid on Saturday Saturdaythe Saturdaythe
the 3Qth day of September 1906 19 will be de delinquent dohluquent ¬
linquent and advertised for sale at public publioauction publicauctIon
auction and unless payment ia made be before beI ¬
I fore will he sold on Saturday the 2l fist fistday t tday
day of October 1905 at 1 oclock p m to topay topay
pay the delinquent assessment together togetherwith togetherwith
with the costs of advertising and ejpenee ejpeneeof
of sale By order of the board of di directors dii ¬
i rectors
rectorsERNEST ERNEST WILLIAMS Secretary SecretarySalt Secretaryt
t Salt Lake City Utah Aug 2C lOla 1006Assessment lOlaAssessment
Assessment No 2 2BUTLERLIBERAL 2I
Mining company a corporation Principal Principalplac Principalplace
place of business Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting meetingof
of the board of directors of the Butler ButlerLiberal ButlerLiberal
Liberal Consolidated Mining company companyheld companylucid
held at Salt Lake City Utah on the loth lothday 15thday
day of September 1905 an assessment of ofthree ofthree
three 3 cents per share was levied upon uponthe Uponthe
the capital stock of the corporation Is Issued issued ¬
sued and outstanding payable Immedi Immediately immediatcly ¬
ately to W P Lynn secretary of the thecompany tilecompany
company at his office 394 Progress build building buIldin ¬
ing in Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny LtahAny
Any stock upon which this a asessment asessmentmay easment easmentmay
may remain unpaid on the 20th day of ofOctober ofOctober
October 1905 will be delinquent and ad advertised advcrtised ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andUnless andilnhess
Unless payment is made before will be besold besold
sold on the 10th day of November 1905 1905at 1505at
at 2 p m to tc pay the delinquent assess assessment assessmoult ¬
ment thereon together with the cost of ofadvertising ofadvertising
advertising and expense of sale saleW saleW
W P LYNN Secretary SecretarvFirst SecretaryFirst
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5 DelinquentNotice DelinquentNoticeThere DeIhnqu ntNoticc ntNoticcANAOfDA
ANAOfDA fQNOPA1ltNXG oil oiliiiny
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There are delinquent upon the folio lotiondescribed h hdescribed
described stock on aocount of aeficgsnv aeficgsnvNo asseasmo
No o 1 of 2 cents per sharelevied Oliare levied on 0 t tIoth i i5th
Ioth day of July 1905 the several anvv arr arrset i iset
set opposite the names of the resp respshareholders < vt vtshareholders
shareholders as follows followsNo followsNo
No Cer Name Shares Anr
26 E D R Thompson 6 bo W Jw JwSO
SO FMCurtis F 31 Curtis 18009 15000hIJ7 >
207 F 1 M Curtis 8WO 6
214 F M Curtis 1875 1875S3 1S 1Ssf
S3 Chas V Anderson 7 500 0
3 300 Chas V Anderson lMO liSO5s >
55 Sutton Norris part 660
67 Sallle A Norris part 600
217 Sutton Norris part 125 l i
215 Sallie A Norris part Ka asSutton t tK
K Sutton Norris part riarQ 3O 3OJohn
58 John W V Peters I Iis
58 John W Vi Paters 310 1 S
219 John W Peters 1f 1ftie
6 tie J 1 c Lewis part 3W
72 J c c Lewis part 230 230m J
m J C Lewis part 33ft O OJ
220 J C Lewis part 125 I 1
61 Chas N Smith part WO iUOai
82 Chug N Smith part MO
78 Mrs Chas N Smith Smithpart Smithpart
part S9 5
177 Chas N Smith part 2M6 lu I v
178 Mrs Clues K N Smith Smithpart Smithpart
part G06 G06airs <
192 Chas N Smitlipart 1
221 Chins Smith part 3O 3O2fi v
2fi airs Chas N Smith Smithparti Smithpart
part 65 fc
288 2 Mrs Chas N Smith Smithpart Smithpart
part < O > i
70 Mrs A M Du Hadway LHW 1t
161 Mrs A M Du Hadway 1MQ
231 Mrs A M Du Hadwar SO
74 Frank T Barnes lMO 1NOflu lMO28t <
flu Frank T Barnes t
75 J H Newman part JM i iMl
Ml J H Newman part 20 OO OOJ u >
235 J H Newman part 65 a t > >
77 G Oso o Thornton 1W 1 1s i
78 s Geo Thornton 1MU 2
237 Gao Thornton 250 i iD
68 D W V Walters WO iu I Ifis <
fis 49 D w V Walters fc 5 5SI i
84 T J Ferguson 500 i f fm
m 2 T J Ferguson S 00 W J JIMS JT >
IMS T J Ferguson FergusonU 51 >
241 U T J Ferguson 55
97 9 Prank H Betta 18 18Os
85 Frank H Belts BeltsMl 00 00so
Ml Frank H Betts MO MO1W 1
1W Frank H Betts Ill
101 Frank H Betts Betta1O J
102 Frank H Betts MO lOl
103 l Frank H Betts JW JWId
Id 101 Prank H BetU W
195 Frank H Belts Hi
110 Frank If Belt MO
1 107 7 Prank H Betts 1W I It
108 t Frank II Betts MO
100 Frank H BeEts 1 310
110 Frank H Betts W 340Ill
Ill Frank II Betts 11
112 Frank H Betts IOU
115 11 Frank H Betts Bettslit 100 w
lit 11 1 Frank H Betts MO
115 Frank H Betts MO S
116 Frank H Betts Mfl MflS4S
S4S Frank H Betts 2g
118 Ida D Borger part 1 1set iP i
set Ida B Borger y 5
121 Jessie AVatertaH 1 12M
2M JessIe Waterfall In < J
124 John C Trezona part 30W >
237 John C Treuona part So
125 Joseph Jos pit Rowe part 4WO
258 Joseph Rowe o pert rt 250 O
128 RomaIne E Allen 000 000uo 1 12SO
2SO Romaine E Allen Allen12s
12s A B Spiokler inart 2j fiI fiIlh
150 A B Splckler part 350 O
151 A B 1 Spickler part 0 01W > >
182 1W A AB B Spickler tpartl < P rt > 2 iO 0 >
00 A B Spiokler part lart li 1 1l i
133 l Kathryn E Brubeck LWO
281 Kathryn E Brube Brubeek k 125 I2 <
187 D W V Morris part 3 313S 2000 200013S >
13S J E Morris part 2 000 < N
114 D V Morris part sO sOr
265 r J E Morris part 2M O
142 E W Wilson l 1000 J
267 E W V Wilson 323
143 E H Vogel b0 >
268 E H Is Vogel
145 C F Henry 5000 1
276 C F Hanry I
146 S M MaKlbbon partt ISO
271 S M McKlbbon p pert rt rtISO 15
144 P E Green 000 1
ISO F E Green 5M 5rt I
170 F E Green 250 250m 250In
m F B Green
172 F E Green GreenITS GreenrnFEGreen
ITS rnFEGreen F E Green °
174 F E Green 10 10mm
173 F E Green
272 F E Green I I20i
554 F E Greon 1
3 5 F B Gr Green n j 3
300 F E Green °
307 F E Green J5 J51st
156 Andrew J Reis 500 1
157 Newton R Rels ls fl0
275 Andrew J Hale 1
276 2 Newton Rids rcJK rcJKlg
lg Lizzie T r Curtis part MJO 5050
279 Lizzie T I Curtis part CS 23
161 C A Henes part 1000 1
280 C A Henes part iSa a
162 G H McElvaln McElvaln2S1 1000
2S1 G H McElvaln 12 3
164 J W V Crandall 1 12S5 1000 1000J
2S5 J W Crandall 125 125lot
lot J J Hanscom l 1000 j
135 J 1 J Hanscom I
194 Mrs Minnie Harrimait lWJ 100 1002sf
29 2sf Mrs Minnie Harriman it
B Downey aw jOSZn i i2Jt
19 1 < 5 Ida
2Jt Ida B Downey Downeyo
203 o T 1 S Strickland Ipart < p rU 73 3 <
280 T 1 S Strickland part 93
23 13 A P Mayberry LOW 1
272 37 O D Rowe If Ifand 1 1and
and in accordance with law and MM anof rd rdof <
of the board of directors m made d on tho tb tbday i iday
day of July 1906 so many Chares hsres of rai r i4i i4iparcel i iparcel
parcel of such stock as may li be juecss juecsswill t r s swill
will be sold at the office of J W V Langit Langitsecretary IangIIecretary >
secretary ofthe company Tonopah N s a ada 5tin
da on the 14th day of October 190 ai a tU tUhour t thour
hour of 2 oclock p l ro to pay delir dlirassessment iu iuassessment
assessment thereon together with ih ihcoat V Vcost <
coat of advertising and expanse of sale salej sse sseJ
j w LANGLEY secretar secretarOffice SecreterOffice
Office two doors south Palace hot hotTonopah hitTonopab
Tonopah Nevada NevadaNotice NevadaNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOffice ContractorsOffice
Office of Board of Public Work WorkSalt WorkSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Sept 7 199S 199SSEALED ISOSSEALED
calved at this office until 8 p in i Wrd Wrdnesday Vrd Vrdneaday
nesday Oct 4 1996 for construe constructing line the theIntercepting theintercepting
Intercepting sewer and pumping station stationSalt stationSalt
Salt Lake City and at that time und place placewil pisecwii
wil be publicly opened and read readThe readThe
The approximate quantities arc Z as fol follows 01 01lows ¬
lows lowsEarth lowsEarth
Earth excavation for sower 41000 cit enEarth yds ydsEarth
Earth excavation for pump pumping pumpin ¬
ing in station L10U cu > u u27x42 tj30x4 >
30x4 concrete sewer 5300 Ii f f27x42
27x42 concrete sewer 470 tin ll fi fi2Sinch f f25illell
2Sinch brick s sewer wer 3 3100 1M lit i ft ft38Inch ft13inch
38Inch vitrified pip p115 s sewer war 47W Jin ii n n12inch I I1inchu
12inch vitrified pipe sower 3jm Jin t ttiinch f6inch
tiinch vitrified pipe sub subrdrain subdrain
drain 5M lit i iWood iWood
Wood subdrain li 1 M MPortland M MPortland
Portland cement concrete concretei
i in pumping station 83o cu > u uBrick eBrick
Brick masonry 400 cu > o oSetting oI
I Setting iron and steel 2ftOQO I IbX IbXSetting lbs lbsSetting
Setting steel renforc reinforcement1IL000 mentll5000 lbs IbeGravel lbsGrael
Gravel filling lou cu ds dsPiling dMPiling
Piling in sower trench 1800 Jin Ir IrLumber irLumber
Lumber in sewer founda foundation foundatioii ¬
tion 1 M MInstructions NInstructions
Instructions to bidders together wit witspecifications iL iLspeeifleatiolls
specifications and forms for contract ui uibond a abond
bond can be obtained upon application applicationthe > <
the office of the board of public works or orcity orcity
city engineer engineerThe engineerThe
The right is reserved to reject any al alall 1
I all bids bidsi bidsBy
i By order of the board of public vorH vorHE ori oriB
i GEO W V RITE Chairman ChairmanCity ChairmanCity
City Engineer EngineerNotice EngineerNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOffice ContractorsOffice
Office of Board of Public Work WorkSalt WurkrSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Sept 7 7SEALED m mSEALED
ceived at this office until 3 p m W lVi lVinesday < U Unesday
nesday Oct 4 190S for constructing the theextension theextension
extension of the gravity outlet sewer Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City and at that time and place vn vnb I Ibn
b bn i publicly opened and read readThe readThe
The approximate quantities are as fal fallows f1lows ¬
lows lowsEarth lowsEarth
Earth excavation for sewer 7000 cu yds yds32x4 cd cd32xLIn
32xLIn 32x4 > in concrete sewer 500U lin fr frBrick frBrick
Brick masonry 30 cu yds ydsSetting yd ydSetting
Setting iron and steel steel10000 19WO lbs lbsSetting bs bsSetting
Setting steel rcinforcemcntMM lb lbInstructions ibInstructions
Instructions to bidders together witij witijspecifications wit witspecifications
specifications and forms for contract aii aiibond ai aibond
bond can be obtained upon application applicationthe <
the of offtcs flea of the board of public works vt vtcity r rcity
city engineer engineerThe engineerThe
The right is reserved to reject any an arci arciall > l lall
all bids bidsBy bidsDy
By order of the board of public work workE workE
GEO W tITER Chairman ChairmanCity ChairmanCity
City Engineer EngineerUnion EngineerUnion
Union Pacific Railroad Company CompanyANNUAL CompanyANNUAL
The annual meeting of the atockhoM atockhoMcrs
era of Union Pacific Railroad company companywill corprcwill
will be hold at the office of the company companyin
in Salt Lake City Utah on TUESDAY TUESDAYOct
Oct 10 1905 at 12 oclock noon for the theelection theelection
election of fifteen directors of the con conpany eonpany
pany and for the transaction of such suchother SL SLother
other business as may legally come be before before ¬
fore the meeting meetingThe meetingThe
The books for the transfer of sto sbk sbkboth k kboth
both common and preferred will b bclosed be beclosed
closed for the purposes of the meeting at atthe RLthe
the close of business on Tuesday AUK 2 2IMS >
IMS and will bo reopened at 10 oclock oclocka
a in on Wednesday Oct U t 1805 1805ALES is isALEX
ALES MILLAR 9ecrei 9ecreiDated evretatry
Dated Auc 19 Th IKS

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