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THE SALT LAKEvHERAUE FRIDAY OCTOBER OCTOBER2jo 27
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HERALD SPORTING NEWS wJ
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BIG MEN BATTLE BATTLEAT BATTLEAT
AT ATAl WOODWARDS WOODWARDSAl
Al KauMaim and Jack 3a k OBrien Figh Fighin Figiin
in Trisco Tonight TonightMAY TothghtMAY
MAY MAKE NEW NEWCHAMPIO NEWCHAMPIOVICTORY CHAMPION CHAMPIONVICTORY
VICTORY FOR THE CALIFORNIAN CALIFORNIANMEANS CAM FORNIA FORNIAMEANS
MEANS FIGHT WITH HART HARTBilly HARTBilly
Billy Qelanws n newest west find in the th prize prizering prl2 prl2ring
ring Al Kaufmana will hav ha th t first firstopportunity fir firOpportunity
opportunity ef his career to show the theeastern til tileaBtern
eastern sporting public what he h J is mad madof madat
of tonight at Woodwards Woo Iward pavilion S Sa SaYranQlHco n nKranclseo
Kranclseo when h4 meets PhlladelphtJack Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJack
Jack OBrien Kaufmann has been tout touted touled ¬
ed as the coming heavyweight champion championby cbampoby
by the coast sports and so o far he has hasniado h hmada
niado good The men h he 1ms Irn defeated defeatedhowever deeUtthowever
however arc little known outside of San SanFrancisco Se SeFrancisco
Francisco and the eastern public will willtherefore wi witherefore
therefore reserve its verdict on his abili ability ablilt ¬
ty t until after tonights contest contestThe contestThe
The fact that Billy Delaney has taken takenKaufmanti ttkekautmanr
Kaufmanti under his wing 10 pretty good goodevidence goo gooeidenee
evidence that he is all that is cl CI1851 lm d ot othim U Uhtcu
him DelHiiey hag lia a reputation tN a han handler RU RUdier ¬
dler of champions that he cannot weil weilafford we weafford
afford to risk by picking up H dead on onHe OnHe
He would have no object in doing this thisfor tijI tijIfor
for the little sum of money he would wouldmake woutmake
make as a Delnney 1 comparatively well welloff W Woft
off It can therefor be tatan for grant granted grantc ¬
ed c that Kaufmann will give a a good ac account account ¬
count of himself when he steps Into the thering th thring
ring this evening eveningIs
Is OneRound Fighter Fighteraufmunn Fightery
> aufmunn has earned the reputation reputationof
of elng ing a oneround fighter In n near nearan arly arlynil
nil of hs fights his men have been s aen aento nt ntto
to the floor for or the count in the first firstround ire ireroundS
round pnd there has b ben > n no o question questionabout questiolabout
about thoir thou being in dreamland for tha thatime th thtime
time bclng Tonight Kaufmann meets meetsone meetone
one of the cleverest fighters In the ring ringa rin rinand
and one of the greatest gencre Or1Q Or1QshouI
shouI he aIe to give Iaufmn a gooi gooia
a try out as a any of the heavies iltuuugl iltuuugle annougn annougnhe
he e is ii considerably co jdurab1y lighter than the new newrallforniahpxer n nailf
rallforniahpxer ailf rnia 4oxer OBrien will hardly go gom g gIn
m Und mixwith Kaufmamv but try t tgtt to togf
gf gtt t the fight by the decision route routeOBrien routeOBrien
OBrien has H reputation of faking more morefights morfighte
fights than any other man that ever en ent entret1
t tret1 red the rim unless It is Tommy Ryan Ryanbut Ityanbut
but it is hardly expected he will be ablo abloto abi abiti
to ti pull off anything tonight Th Frisco Friscopublic Vricpublic
public is wise to Mr OBri OBr1n n and with withBilly witiBilly
Billy Delaney in the corner It will be dif difficult tilTticult ¬
ficult for or the elusive Philadelphia to do doanything 4 4anything
anything els eIsa than fight on the square squareShould squareShould
Should Kaufmann win he will bo ao aotopted aotCptei
topted us 8 the most promising candidate candidatefor candidatfor
for the place left vacant by Jeffries JeffriesMarvin Jetfrlss1arviu
Marvin Hart now claims this this on aq aqcount a acount
count of his victory over Jack Root but butthose bu buthose
those who follow the sport look upon uponHarts upol1IUrtM
Harts claim as a big Joke H Hart rt may maybe ina inabe
be all right but It will take something somethingstronger somethinistrongor
stronger than a victory over Jack floe Jlootto floer
r to land him the heavyweight champion championship championship ¬
ship shipSince shipSlnoe
Since that contest Hart has bean con content content ¬
tent with remaining on a farm arm in Ken Kentucky kentney ¬
tucky and has dodged every attempt attemptmade attempmade
made to get him In the ring Kaufmann Kaufmannbus Kautmautlies
bus been boosted so srongly In the mean meantime moantime ¬
time that Hart has at last been forced forcedto forestt
to t come out if his retirement and agrc agrcto agrolto
to m meet < st the Californian should bo suc successful ettett ¬
cessful tt asful over OBrien tcnight tcnightSOUNDS tnlghtSOUNDS
SOUNDS LIKE LIKEDEATH DEATH KNELL KNELLEliot KNELLEliot
Eliot Says Football Must Be Good or orSport o oSport
Sport Will Be Forever Barred BarredFrom BarredProm
From Harvard HarvardIumbridee Harvardtamb1dge
Iumbridee Mass Oct flPrslden flPrsldenLilot Prsldwn PrsldwnLliot
Lliot of Harvard has determined that thatbrutality thatbrutality
brutality and unnecessary roughness shall shallreuse she shete1tse
reuse in fastball played by Harvard Harvardteams Jiarvartteams
teams or that football iUelf shall be beeliminated b be4tmnat41
eliminated fram th the athletic curriculum curriculumof
of the university universityAt
At the YalaHnrwurd e me in n the theStadium th thStadium
Stadium next month President MlSt will willit willL
it near ths th aide line as a critic of o the thej th thpisy
pisy j > lay If there hi any slugging he will willmontnuUM witzttoYniitid
montnuUM to th the corporation that liar Harvard liarsrti ¬
vard srti OIM Dtaylug intercollegiate foot footbaI Tootbu
baI bu I
baIThe The IThe corporation could undoubtedly so soate s ste
ate te and football with Harvard left leftout lefiOUt
out would receive a stunning if not a aknockout t tknockout
knockout blow blowPresident blowPresident
President ICItot la no warm friend or orfootball 01football
football as played today His reports reportshave
1 have ave been cenerKlly hostile but h he ha hayielded haiyielded
yielded his opinion In Ida recent re resolve rer ¬
r solve he WHS backed up by President PresidentIluocevelt Presidentltuoesvelt
Iluocevelt and Influential members of the theiuculty thtXcu1ty
iuculty and corporationAFTER corporation corporationAFTER
AFTER DEOROS DE OROS TITLE TITLEOF TITLEOF
OF POOL CHAMPION CHAMPIONSt
St Louis Oct 38 Thomas Hueston Huestonwho Iluestonwho
who made H good iowin r la the lat lattouriwmant
touriwmant 1 for the worlds champlonchlp champlonchlponUnuouB chainplortskInntttiuoue
onUnuouB pool title kt night lght JKWIMI JKWIMIbin IPOItfdhis
bin forfeit nnd formally cnalle challenged Ked Al Alfredo 4t1rdn ¬
fredo De OM > the present ctauaaion to toit tuObll
it t0Vmll match for H skis s4d bt nd the thetitle th thtitle
title Aceerdine to the eottdlttoMH un under uitier ¬
tier which Do > e Ore hold th the champion championship championstp ¬
ship emblem he hasforty han forty days to stay irtaythe staythE
the challenger or surrender the tttto ami amiemblem anilemblem
emblem De Or Ora la 1 at prevent in Clove Cleveland Cloveland ¬
land O
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE LEAGUESan
San Franctoco Oct 2 25Sweeney Sweeney the thePortland thePortland
Portland shortstop made San Francisco Franciscoa
a prs present nt of todays game Ills wild wildthrows wildthrows
throws to first In the fourth and fifth fifthinnings fifthnnltiga
innings lt in four rUns Attert1 After the ganie ganieManager g m mManager
Manager McCreedle aiwp suitpeitded Htad Sweeney Sweeneydeclaring Swoeneydeclarint
declaring that the th shortstop condition conditionwas ndH1onwas
was such that he should not havrfcrnered havrfcrneredthe have otftered otfteredthe
the game today Soore
It fl IT l lPorthiad B BPortltt
Portltt Porthiad PorthiadSanFraiicleoo d V UXIK A ASan
SanFraiicleoo SanFraiicleooBatterlesGsrvln San FrttncUioo i i S SBatteries
BatterlesGsrvln Batteries Gurvln Parry and MeLtftit MeLtftitWilliams MttLsenWilliatne
Williams Whakh and Wte Wikies ii Cfwplr CfwplrLos UtapheDavis
Davis DavisLos
Los Angeles Oct St tIiy By nteytRgr error errorless CITOrless ¬
less ball today and rapping Batinn ann for forsixteen foraixtoen
sixteen hits Seattle took the gamea game gameBaujn
a Baujn was pounded hard in every Inn Innns rn rnog
ns up to the ninth when Qoodwln took tookhis tookits
his its place C Hull kept the hit of the thehome theome
home ome team well Mattered mid Uialr only onlyrun onlyrue
run was score scored In the fouth Utatag nIjg on onA onA
A bas on balls and a timely aouaTe etib1e by byDillon byDillon
Dillon Sc Scce ve
H 11los B BLos
Los Angela l 7 J SSeattle JSeattle
Seattle T K 0 0Batteries eBatteriesBaum
Batteries BatteriesBaum Baum mtd ttftgar i er C Hall HallBlanKeMfcip ruBiangeaship
BlanKeMfcip and Prry UmplrerPwrine UmplrerPwrineOakland tmplrPerrIneOakland
Oakland Get XB Ut < 0ktca and andTacoma n nTaooma
Tacoma secured wv seven n hits tn higame toflays toflaysSlime
Slime but UM tsltoni won th ties contest contestby contestby
by bunching three hits from which two tworuns tworuns
runs were m mad d in the fifth inning Aa Aorror1ess Aaerrorless
errorless eatne wti wapf7sd play by tk n terth terthrners rth rthprnera
< prnera who completely cut out their op opponents opponents ¬
ponents Score
B H B BTacoma ItTacoma
Tacoma 4J 7oakland 7 7Oakland
Oakland 1 T S SBatterleiBrown iBatteriesBrown
BatterleiBrown will Hftgan Reg 1ier 1ierD 1ierByrne Iberf IberfMd
Md Byrne Umpire ljmpira5ullivan ljmpira5ullivanSumners Sullivan SullivanSumners
D
Sumners 15 Emersonsio EmersonsioTho EmersonsoThe
The Sumners defeated the Bntergon Bntergonschool niero nieroschool
school team at Liberty park In jnfttok jnfttokgame inittobgame
game of football yesterday by R snore s are of
15 to 0 The winners are now out with a achallenge ahallsage
challenge to play any school team in the thocity thecity
city
MINERS MINERSEXCURSION EXCURSION RATES RATESHo RATESHo
Ho for the mining center of the west westvia westia
via ia Salt Lake Route RouteCommencing RoutaCommencing
Commencing Oct 1 daily excursionswIIlbe excursions excursionswlllbe
wlllbe run from Salt Lake to Nevadas NevadasCallente Nvadaagreat
great mineral beltat following rates ratesCallente
Callente and return returnJoapa
Moapa and return returnta 24SO 24SOTas
Tas ta Vegas and return returnood 2330 2330ood
ood Springs Sprlngsand and return 3135 3135iopeno 31bIDpeflQ
iopeno and return returnFinal S230 S230Final
Final limit tljirty days from data Qf Qfle ofIc
le City tlokdt office 17 W Id d South SouthJ SoutIJ
J L MOORE Diet Pass Ast
GUARD BARTON BARTONOUT BARTONOUT
OUT OF THE GAME GAMEHaddocks GAMIMaddocks
Haddocks Biggest Man Sufferin SufferinWitH SufferiiWith
WitH a Bad Shoulder ShoulderUENNESSY ShoulderHENNESSY
UENNESSY IN N HIS PLAC PLACKURRYUP PLACHURRYUP
KURRYUP HABIT AGA AGINSSD AGINSSDDIERS INSILSOL INSILSOLDIERSTOMORROWI
DIERSTOMORROWI DIERS TOMORROW TOMORROWIt
It tcaa a given out yesterday y at the unl unlvterelty Un UnYamity
vterelty that Barton had fractured his hisshoulder ht htshoulder
shoulder In the game with Denver last lastSaturday tat tatSaturday
Saturday and would not be able to ap appear a apear ¬
pear in a uniform for some time This Thismeans fbi fbimeqns
means that Maddocks already weak lino linoIbeos liii liiiIbeos
Ibeos it heaviest man for the game with withBoulder wit witBoulder
Boulder a week from Saturday Barton Bartonwith l3artolwith
with his 2fi3 pounds with without ques question quettozt ¬
tion the one strong point in Utahis line lineup Urntip ¬
up and his absence in the game against againstthe daln dalnthe
the big Colorado team will be a severe severeblow sever severblow
blow to Utah on defensive especiallyHis especially
His place will probably be filled by byTub b bTub
Tub Hennesy although It washoped washopedto
to u uce e Hennossy to strengthen other weak weakrpots wea weaepots
rpots This will make the team even evenlighter evO evO1ithter
lighter than It was is when It faced Den Denv Deztver
v ver r last Saturday AVnSfTIl lTbwlt is Isthat known knownthat
that Boulder h has s an oven heavier taam taamthan tear tearthan
than the Methodist school had It will give giveone gtv gtvone
one some idea of the kind of football footballUtah footba footbaLtuI
Utah will have to play to winThe win winThe
The local fans will have a chance to tosee t tsee
see the team In action again tomorrow tomorrowwhen tOniorrowhen
when it lines up against the Soldiers on onCummings 0 0Cummings
Cummings field While It Is not expect expected expected ¬
ed for a minute that the U boys will meet meetdefeat met metdefeat
defeat on this occasion yet it will be well wellworth we weworth
worth sbolng just to got a glimpse at atMaddocks a aMaddocks
Maddocks hurryup habit This style stylestyle styltyIe
style tyIe will be ueed against the Soldiers Soldiersand Sodlerranti
and the team which scored against the theAfsfe h h1gco
Afsfe 1gco ard belt h ltl tham to 16 to 6 VIII liavu liavuM hay haya
M chance to see what It can do against againstthe akainrthe
the champions championsCoursing championsCouroing
Coursing Results ResultsChapman ResultsChapman
Chapman Wan Oct 26 2CNatlOtU 2CNatlOtUcoursing National Nationalcourslne
coursing meet results resultsTha resultsThe
The Waterloo third round winners winnersMr winnersMr
Mr Path Lord Brake Look at the theClock th thClock
Clock Cranberry Sauce Lord Soften SoftenLord SofterLord
Lord Barefoot College Queen Agile AgileSpurt Ash AshSpurt
Spurt SpurtThe Spurtthe
The finals for or the Waterloo oup and andstake an anstake
stake will be run tomorrow tomorrowj tomorrowTheatre
j Theatre to Prize Ring RingVictoria RingYletoria
Victoria B C Oct 2 M B Curtis Curtisef Curttiof
ef Samuel of Posfcn fame whoso recent recenttheatrical receti recetitheatrical
theatrical venture stranded In New Lea Zealand Lealand ¬
land arrived by the Moana today with withBob wit witItoh
Bob Williams an Australian lightweight lightweightfor lightweightfor
for whom ha will seek a match with withBrltt wltJ wltJBrltt
Brltt or Nelson NelsonW NelsonWI
W WI C T U CONVENTIONDelegates CONVENTION CONVENTIONI
I
j Delegates Preparing for Opening Set Setsian
1 sion Today TodayL
L 5 Angelas Oct 3 GThero Thero was Intense Intenseactivity intensactIvity
activity among tHo ti delegates to the con convention convention ¬
vention of the National W C T U to today today ¬
day even one preparing for the open opening oponini ¬
ing ini session of the organization at t the theFirst th thFirst
First Congregational church auditorium auditoriumtomorrow auditoriutitomorrow
tomorrow moraine Theta were brie brletmeetings briemeetings
meetings of the different executive executiveboards exccuttvboards
boards today receptions to delegates by bythe b bthe
the local temperance workers and evan evangelistic evengelietic ¬
gelistic services at the Trinity M E Echucch Echurch
church chucchThe churchThe
The First C6narsational C church has hasbe habeen
be been n beautifully decorated for the open opening openlag ¬
lag session of the convention under the thedirection thtdlrotion
direction of a number of Lpa L Angolas Angolasand AngoIoand
and Pasadena ladiofe htdioThe i iThe
The Los Angeles board of education educationh
h has s granted permission to th the W C T TU 1 1IL
U to send temperance delegates to visit visitdifferent vialdifferent
different nubile schools schoolsVOTING schoolsVOTING
VOTING LISTS PADDED PADDEDNearly PADDEDNearly
Nearly 16000 Fraudulent Registra Registrations Registrations ¬
tions JIT Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct O t 26 26Aunouutencul 26Aunouutenculwas Announcement Announcementwaa
was made by the police department last lastnight lastnight
night that a rocanvass of twentytwo of ofthe 01 01the
the fortytwo warhs wnr1s of the city showed showed15S61 showecigt
15S61 names were illegally on the latest latestvoting latestvotln
voting votln lists of these Wards The director directorof
of public safety said that his department departmentwould departmentwould
would make every effort to prevent the thevoting thtvoting
voting of the alleged fradulent names namesand uamrtfli
and that the whole power of the police policewould policEwould
would bo directed toward securing an anhonafit arthonest
honest election electionThe electionThe
The canvass made by the police during duringth durlnlbs
th lbs summer months in all wards resulted resultedin rcealteIn
in striking from the llste lIszrnore more than 3GOOU 3GOOUnames 3130thirantes
names namesTHREE irantesTHREE
THREE MONTHS IN JAIL JAILFrench JAILFrench
French Court Deals Out Justice to toGrandson tcGrandson
Grandson of Vanderbilt VanderbiltP VanderbiltParis
P Paris n Oct 26 6Thq ThQ ninth correctional correctionaltribunal correctionalrlbunaI
tribunal of the Seine today sentenced sentencedElliott sentencedPnlott
Elliott Pitch Sheparfl son Of the late lateColonel lateoiose1
Colonel Elliott F Shepard of New York Yorknnd Yorkmd
nnd R grandson of the late W H Van VandepblU Vanlerbilt
depblU to three months imprisonment imprisonmentand
and 130 1 fine and urn to pay 40 1OdO damages damageso s sto
to o the parents of Madeline Mardul who whowas whowas
was killed by Shepard automobile at atSt ret3t
St Outer April 84 4 The Imprisonment Imprisonmentpart mprlsonmenrart
part art of the sentence will not be earned oarriedout earnednit
out while awaiting the future Course of ofprocedure ofrooedure
procedure on the part of Mr Shepard Shepardwho Shepardvim
who was present In courtIER court courtVERDICT
VERDICT IER DICTINFAVOROF DICTINFAVOROFFRANKLINAND IN FAVOR OF OFFRANKLIN
FRANKLINAND FRANKLIN AND SCOTTf SCOTT
f ew w HTork Oct 2 2A A verdict for flit flit4t SO SOS4l
S4l 4t HgWttBt Joseph Letter Joseph H HHoadtey 11ioaill
Hoadtey ioaill and Cyrus Field Judson was wasteday wasstay
stay returned by a jury in the supremo supremocourt supremoourt
court in the suit brought against these thesethree thesebree
three defendants by William H Frank Franklin Frankin ¬
lin in and n4 George I Scott The ptaintifis ptaintifisclaimed pIIntlftlslmed
claimed lslmed that they lost 3oSOO by iJ tsaminar carry carryng
inar ng stock for a pool in International InternationalPower InternatIonalsower
Power companys stock which included IncludfedJudton includedFudgon
Judton Loiter and Hoadley HoadleyCUNLIFFE HoadleyCUNLIFFE
CUNLIFFE PLEADS GUILTY GUILTYPittBburg GUILTYPittsburg
PittBburg Oct 26 2rLEtlwarG EdwardG Cunllffe Cunllffethe Cunllffeee
the ee Adams Ksoreas robber went Intotourt Into Intooourt
oourt today and anpleaded pleaded guilty to two twocharges twohres
charges of larceny representing re resenting a total totalof totalIf
of If 191000 Sentence was suspended until untilSaturday untilmturiihy
Saturday mturiihy Cunllffea action caused much muchsurprise muobuprIee
surprise VB neither the Adams Express Expresseompeny EsprCeaOflP5W
eompeny nor Pinkertons detective agency agencywas agencyvms
was yepreseated In court Hq H has no noeouhel unounso
eouhel ounso The belief is growing that Curt Cunllfff CurtI
llfff I Hi l mentally unbajancwj unbajancwjTien unbaflcp4Wbn
Wbn Tien returned to the Allegheny countyall county
Stl all after his arraignment and plea Curt Cunfe CurtlIfe
lIfe fe ttppeured greatly relieved In one oneindlotment oneedtlment
indlotment Cunllffe Is charged with steal steal8i stealag
8i ag 1 1ih OW the other Indlotment charging
Inn with at atea1In > ain = S750 S750ANTISMOOT 3750a 3750ANTISMOOT
a
ANTISMOOT RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONNanhvtlle RESOLUTIONNehvtlle
Nanhvtlle Term Oct Tbe TbeTennwssee TbCTennessee >
Tennessee conference of tbn ileth isth041st + f
f otfiet IBpIsooptil church south today todayadopted >
1 adopted a resolution memorializing 4
f the United States senate to declare declaretl +
f th tl seat of Senator Smoot vacant vaCantCOLLEGE f fCOULEGE
COLLEGE ENDOWED ENDOWEDXow
New York Oct 2 itiBy By the will of ofeorgo
George eorgo W W Catt Iowa State college is to tobe toa
be a endowed with property worth 335 35000 35000nfUr 000 000tar
nfUr tar the death of his widow Mrs Carrie
Chapman Catt Mrs Catt is to enjoy the theuse thetie
use tie of this property during her lIfe after afterwhleh afterthick
thick the revenue from it Is to be div4tled div4tledto divided
into to 300 100 scholarship scholarshipRECEPTION OcholarshizRECEPTION
RECEPTION TO TOGO TOGOToklo T060Toldo
Toklo Oct 26 26TIre The Businessmens asso association assolation ¬
ciation today gave a grand reception to toAdmiral todmtral
Admiral Togo Tho people of Toklo con contlnue conflue
tlnue flue feting the officers and men of the thenavy theavy
navy avy
Vfe Admiral Kamimurai sajuwlEsin sajuwlEsinsxiled srnatIrrrtited
sxiled ited today for Shlnasaw
BUSINESS MENACTASPiLOT MEN MENACT
ACT ACTASPiLOT ACTASPiLOTShow AS PILOTS PILOTSShow
Show Missourians How Game of Ten TenPins Te TePins
Pins Is Played PlayedRESULT
I
7 7RESULT
RESULT IS DISASTROUS DISASTROUSWINNERS
WINNERS GO TO TOP OF PER PERStanding PERCENTAGCOLUN
CENTAGCOLUN CENTAGCOLUNt CENTAGCOLUNStandingofthe
t
Standing Standingofthe 6 trie TearhsH TearhsHBusiness TnL TnLWornLost
WornLost PtC PtCBusiness
Business Meji S 1 iCrqsqents S33 S33Crescents
Crescents J 3 sRalIroade 67 67Railroada
Railroada 1 4 1 2 2Senators 6n7 6n7Senators
Senators 3 S 800 800TuxedQ o oruxedo
TuxedQ 3 a 5W 5WStars 50 50Stars
Stars 2 I 1Missourians 383 383Missourians
Missourians 1 2 4 X3 X3Brilliants 5 5Brilliants
Brilliants 1 5 107 107The 10 10The
The Missourians have bean shown shownEver strewnEver
Ever since the he local bowllns bowlI season seasonopened qcsorOpened
opened the men from tlo Big Muddy 4 dd ddhave
have been strutting around with chins chinson ch1uon
on their shoulders asking to bo intro introduced intrnducted ¬
ducted to the great game of tenpins by bysome b bsome
some ono who knew lt Last night the theBusiness thuBusiness
Business Men took It upon up n thetiiselves thetiiselvesto
to act as pilots for the Inhabitants of ofPike 0 0Pike
Pike county and the result was disas disastrous disstrous ¬
trous trousThroe trousThree
Throe straight games and each by byscores b bsLrres
scores that could not be mistaken put putthe pu putho
the Business Men 1en at the head of tho tholeague tb tbeagUo
league eagUo t by y a safe margin Thom scores scoresresembled scoreresembled
resembled somewhat those made at tinclose the theclose
close of last season seasonA
A W Smith broke nn eyeji 200ayerage 200ayerageon 200averag 200averagon
on the three games which was the best bestwork bes beswork
work of the evening Mays and Crabbo Crabboalso Crabbralso
also captured a 200game during the se seThe sees
esThe es
The scores
Business Men
1
St StSpJ1E StSpJ1EZinnnerntan Si > B E EZimmerman
Zimmerman 161 17J 183 817 10 13 3 3Williams105 4 4Williams
Williams Williams105 105 211 192 583 50 IS 10 2 i iMays 1 1Maya >
Mays 201 171 191 191603 S0i 12 12 2 4 4S 2 2S
S W v Smith Smith214 214 209 00 177 COO 14 13 1 1Hanos 2 2Hanos
Hanos 181 168 181 630 9 14 1 G GTotals I ITotals
Totals 923 983 924 02477S 2778 58 62 11 W WAverages It ItAvoragesZlmthcrman
AvoragesZlmthcrman Averages Zimmerman 172 13 C SWilliams S SWilliams
Williams 189 13 Mays 1S7 2J A W WSmith WSmith
Smith MO Hanes 176 28 28Missourians 24Missourians
Missourians
St Sn S B B BStevenson BStevenson
Stevenson 1S3 179 ISO527 ISO 527 9 14 4 4Ames a aAmes
Ames 333 i HO 110448 1Q 41 9 8 2 11 11Dedeklnd IJ IJDedekirrd
Dedeklnd 161 IRS 20S 301 9 12 B 5Crabbe 4 4Crabbe
Crabbe 200 20 133 104 1 < H505 SOt 10 10 3Wurat 3 7 7Wurst
Wurst 118 138 159 413 6 9 4 11 11Totals 11 11Totals
Totals SOP 720 8615390 43 53 18 36 36Averages 31 31AveragesC
Averages AveragesC C E Stevenson 175 23 23Ames 3 3Ames
Ames 147 23 Dedekind 107 CrabbeI6 Crabbe
168 I6 23 Wurst 137 23 23MERCORS 23MERCIJRS
MERCORS WIFE BEATERMarshal BEATER BEATERMarshal
Marshal Prevents Castigation atHhe atHheHands at4heHands
Hands of Furious Women WomenSpecial WomenSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldMercur Ileraldttereur
Mercur Oct 6 6Jereur JJorcur had the most mostexciting roostexciting
exciting evening for soiuu son time tonight tonightThe tonightTire
The fir t difficulty was a fight between betweenJoseph bOtweenJoseph
Joseph Wilkinson andsPeter Lynch Wit Wilkinson Witkinson ¬
kinson and Billy Harmon have been hang hanging hunging ¬
ing around town for some time Last Lastnight Lostnight
night following the fight local citizens citizensdecided cItizensdecided
decided to get rid of both They were wereaccordingly wereaccordingly
accordingly seized and escorted to the thecity thecity
city limits ami ordered to continue their thaircourse theircourse
course out of the county under penalty penaltyof
of physical discomfort should they re return return ¬
turn turnWhile While this was going on It was ru rumored runrored ¬
mored that PetQBheido who has been beenfined beenfIned
fined before this tlmo for wife beating beatingwas beatingwas
was again maltreating Mrs Sheldo nnd artda j ja
a crowd of women proceeded to his housewith house housqwitlt
with whips and clubs Just as they had hadcaught hadcaught
caught the man and were tying him himMarshal trimMarshal
Marshal Crawford arrived witha with a war warrant warrant ¬
rant which hnd boon sWorn out by George GeorgeMullen GeorgeMullen
Mullen Sjheldo was taken Immediately Immediatelyto
to court on a charge of wife beating beatingThrough beatingThrough
Through an Interpreter ha asked for ajury a ajury
jury trial The caao wu wits continued until
10 oclock tomorrow Sh Sligido ido was held in inbonds Inbonds
bonds of 500 500RICHFIELD 500RICHFIELD
RICHFIELD MAN DEMENTED DEMENTEDR
R R Farnsworth Loses Mind While Whilein
in Beaver County CountySpcclalto CountySpcin1to
Spcclalto The Herald HeraldRlchfieia HeraldRichfield
Richfield Oct 26 25B R R Farnsworth ofRichfield of ofRichfield
Richfield left Saturday for Frisco Utah Utahand Utahand
and on Sunday was found wandering wanderingabout wanderingabout
about Coal ork In demented condi condition condttlon ¬
tion He was arrested by the sheriff ofheaver of ofBeaver
Beaver county end will be tried for in insanity insanity ¬
sanity While In Coal Fork he was afraid afraidto
to enter a building for fear the alec electricity alectrlclty ¬
tricity would get him himHIGH trimHIGH
HIGH HONOR HONORFOFI FOR BOOTH BOOTHWork BOOTHWorK
Work of the Head of the Salvation SalvationArmy SalvationArmy
Army Is Appreciated AppreciatedLondon AppreciatedLndon
London Oct 2C 0Tho The freedom of the thecity theity
city ity of London a distinction on which whichmany whichnany
many statesmen and warriors have set eetgreat1 settreat
treat store Was today bestowed on Gen General Gerera <
eral era Booth of the Salvation Army JCn JCnpresentation f2te f2tereaentatlan
presentation was made Jn the presence presenceof
of c a distinguished company Including Includingcivic Includingtivic
civic officials several thousand cltlzenn cltlzennand ettizentrLnd
and many officers of the Salvation Army ArmyThe Armyrhe
The address referred in glowing terms to totho tahe
tho he work of General Booth and his or organization orranizutlon ¬
ganization not only In London but butthroughout buthnoughout
throughout tho world The general in inreply Inepl3
reply epl3 referred reterre to the difficulties which whichbeset whIcheeet
beset eeet him in his early days and which whichare whichire
are only now becoming officially recog recognized recogtzed ¬
nized nizedInstead tzed tzedlnstegd
Instead of the usual gold casket the theadarep thedarer
adarep darer was enclosed In an oaken casket casketthe caskethe
the he balance of the money morio voted by the thpmunicipal thenunicipai
municipal oouwil beIng at the request requestof requestrf
of General Booth given in the shape hapeof of a acheek anireck
cheek towards the funds ot the organiza organization organisaion ¬
ion v vLAW I ILAW
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LAW A DEAD LETTER LETTERStartling LETTERStartling
Startling Discovery Made by a Chi Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Paper PaperChicago Papera PaperChicago
a
Chicago Oct 30 Millions of > dollars dollarsworth doliartrerth
worth of coal estate property is held b brlvate by byprivate
private rlvate corporations in Chicago it is al alleged aleg ¬
leged eg d In direct violation of the law The Thebulk Tueiulk
bulk of this property it was discovered discoveredtoday discoveredodaS
today i Ip In th name of Insurance corn oompanies corna1es
panies a1es Or > r their officials The Illinois Illinoisstatutes illinoIstatutes
statutes provide that the companies shall shalloffar shalttffer
offar for sale aIe at public endue at least leastonce leastmee
once a year the property owned by thorn thornor
or 0 which has com come into their possessIonhrough possession possessionthrough
through reolosure this must be done donefor doneor
for or four years aucViesslvely and If after afterfive afterlye
five years the corporations still hold the thoproperty theropcnty
property the utauja attorney shall pro proceed proneed ¬
need against them So far as known the thestates thetatas
states attorney of Cook county bus never neverproceeded neverroceede
proceeded roceede l against any an insurance compa company compary ¬
ny ry or other corporation under the statute statuteSUNDAY statuteSUNDAY
SUNDAY CLOSING LAW LAWAT LAWAT
AT BOISE HELD VALID VALIDSpecial VALIDilpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoine HeraldBoise
Boise Ida Oct 26 IlLAnother Another chapter chapterwas chapteruls
was uls added to the Sunday closing pro proKfamme proramme
Kfamme ramme In Boise when Judge Smith to today toLay
day decided that the ordinances providing providingfor rovIdhrgor
for or closing saloons on or Sunday Sundayd j2Jd at mid midnight midright ¬
night on week days were valid ard Frank FrankCallatvay Frankallaway
Callatvay for violating both ordinances ordinanceswas
was as fined in police court after pleadinguilty pleading pleadingguilty
guilty His case was appealed to the dis district dlsnet ¬
trict net court and came in for hearing be beore
ore JudgqSmlth sItting or Judge Stew Stewrt
rt Tlictejthedvt4d4telf to hut at atapiron
apiron 4becoqattthttoniity land rqdeore rqdeoreblepess
blepess bT the ordiflanccs but JutIgp JutIgpri
ri held senlnst ft on bath fAtIrPS
TEtiJHAVWS TEtiJHAVWSHyrum TEUJHA Wir + s sTITLE
TITLE TO TOHyruni
Hyrum Karrens Karr ns WeMnf Present PresentNoUn PrcsexNot
NoUn Not an Indian Gift GiftFORMER Giftj GiftFORMER
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FORMER WIFE FIGHTSBAOK FIGHTSBAOKSUPREME FIGHTS4BACISUPREME
SUPREME COURT SETTLNQT SETTLNQTWell SETTLENO1ED
ED CACHE COUNTY CASE CASEWell
Well Litha Ididnt bring a wed wedfling weddIng
fling yresent iresnt tonight My wedding weddingpresent weddinpresentto
present presentto to youand you flud Fred ifl forty foityacre foityacreofland acres acresof
of ofland land Lewiston In I gave the otiletwo other othertwo
two boys fqrty fqr y acr6s of land an that thatwill the thewill
will be b my wedding present to you and andhim an anhlth
him himBenevolence
Benevolence radiated from jlyruliKarrenabhe Hyrum HyrumKarren
Karren Karrenabhe ak he beamed onhis sdn sup Fred Fredand FreJand
and his new daughter Mrs TelitHo TelitHoDean Te1itlDean
Dean Rajney Knrren This was the thenight tli tlinight
night of the wedding October 9 1893 1893The 1E 1ETire
The supreme court of Utah yesterday yesterdayjoined esterda esterdajoined
joined the district court of Cache Cachecounty Cachcounty
county in affirming that Father Karren Karrenmade Karrelmade
made this remark The supreine court courtnot court courtnot
not only affirmed this but decreed Mrs MrsFred MrsFred
Fred Kafren now known as Telltha TellthaDean TelithDealt
Dean Rainey to be the owner of o the thenprth th thnprth
nprth half of that forty acres and andordered jim jimordered
ordered Father Karren to deed the land landto lamto
to her and to pay her 600 to satisfy a amortgage I Imortgage
mortgage which George Jiarren JiarrenHyrums KarrelHyrums
Hyrums son put on the property after afterFred citeFred
Fred and Telitha had broken up u house housekeeping housekeeping
keeping together in September Sept jnbr 1900 1900The 1900The
The case tfas caused a solid lineup jineulor lineupof
of public seitlment se1timent at Lewiston LewistonDomestic LewistonDomeStic
Domestic Troubles Arise AriseTelitha AriseTelItlia
Telitha and Fred were married as asstated a astated
stated October 9 1893 and Papa Kar Karren ICarren ¬
ren made them a wedding present 0 0tire of ofthe
the forty acres in dispute Two days dayslater dayrlater
later they moved to the forty and pro proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to raise crops and a family familyAfter familyAfter
After a few years of blissful dorneethlife domestic domesticlife
life Fred was called to go to the thesouthern th thsouthern
southern states on a mission lelltha lellthamoved eUth1 eUth1moved
moved to ItOgjiq temporarily and andopened ant antopened
opened a boarding house to occupy her heruntil he heuntil
until her husband returned from his hismission hi himission
mission During the husbands absence absenceon
on the mission another little stranger strangercame strangecame
came to the homo It was not related relatedto yolateto
to Fred and stirred up a great scandal scandalso
so great in fact that Father Hyrum Hyrumdemanded Hyrurndemanded
demanded 4hat Fred immediately se secure serure ¬
cure a divorce on his return mt rn from his hismission binmission
mission missionFred missionFred
Fred according to the ovidenpe ip the thecaser thtcase
caser case WHS wa no disposed to o toVe the thing thingtoo thinitoo
too much to heart Indeed the wife tea testified teatilled ¬
tilled that Fred freely fr ely forgave her How However However ¬
ever th old gentleman was insistent ant antthreatened ami amithreatened
threatened to take back hut wedding Sift Siftunless girtunless
unless Fred came to time The deed to tothe t tthe
the forty had not yet nasaed so Fred Fredmade Fre Fremade
made a proposition to his wife ntid she sheaccepted sineccepted
accepted It The agreement nroyided that thntshe thatho
she ho allow Fred to set t his divorce by de default tiefault ¬
fault and he hein lh fretn wrn promised that as assoon atnoon
soon as he got tttfe divorce he would man manage mantge ¬
age to Ret the property deeded to him himand lirrmd
and would then remarry her Accordingly Accordinglythe
the wife did not fight the divorce suit suitShe ault9ire
She swallowed the allegations that pub published ppbhalted ¬
halted her shame to the community and andwithout antIwithout
without resistance submitted to a decree decreethat ebree ebreeIrtt
that left her without husband children childrenalimony childrenilimony
alimony property or reputation reputationHusband reputnttonHusband
Husband Marries Another AnotherSirs Another1ks
Sirs Karren or Telitha Rainey as alitlren she shethen
then became endured In silence the hu huinillationsput huiriliaUonsput
inillationsput upon her firm in the belief beliefthat blle1hat
that Fred would get the property nnU nnUwould nnlIrould
would keep his promise to her IJutFred IJutFredturned 1rntFredurned
turned out to be common clay after altrhero all allThere
There was in Cache county courrtyltt at the time timea
a I charming young widow with a young youngchild youtrhild
child hild or two The widow made an im impression ltnroasIon ¬
pression on Freds emotions so deep an animpression n ninpression
impression in fact that he laid his hand handhis liaiidis
his is heart and his estate stat r at her feet The Thedeposit Ihc Ihcleposit
deposit pleased the widow vv1j1o and autIIsh shef be became bt btamo ¬
came Mrs Fred Karren Jso on Oel c a a190J
190J 901 less than thirteen months from the thetime th thlme
time lme Fred got his djvorce from Tallinn TallinnFred TdUthdred
Fred red soon left for Canada He took with TrUlihim withdm
him the tlrewidow widow the widow widows children and andlilg anInI
lilg nI own children leaving Telitha with withthe withire
the ire child that Fred disowned and a crop cropof Croptf
of tf bitter memories memoriesBy memoriesBy
By this time according to the Karren Karrenfamily Karrenamily
family Telitha was down and out They Theyfigured YheyIgured
figured that she would have hoOtIng left leftbut leftrut
but rut unpleasant memories over which she shemight abcnight
might brood at her leisure leisureTillthas leisureTliithas
Tillthas Campaign Opens OpensThey OpensThey
They didnt know Telitha Telillm dr drtided Jr Jrcjded
tided tmrt she had been sufficiently be betrayed berayed ¬
rayed by this time and started out on a alino ainn
lino inn of aggressive campaign herself As a apreliminary t trreiiminary
preliminary she promptly filed a suit In Inthe Inho
the ho district court to annul the divorce de decree tieroe ¬
cree roe She didnt succeed in this but she sineLid shedid
did Lid secure a modification of the decree decreeso
so 0 that she became entitled to the custody custodyof
of f her children and secured certain costs costsand costsnd
and nd alimony The Karrens took this case caseto
to 0 the supreme court and lost it How lionvar However ¬
ever var Fred was still in Canada with To Tolitlms Tothas
litlms thas older children and had no property propertyIn
In in Utah that could be seized so that Te Telithas Toitlnaa
lithas first legal victory simply gave her hera herlever
a lever that she figured would keep Fred FredIrtNextashe Fredri
ri Canada CanadaNext
IrtNextashe Next she moved to the forty fortycres Twenty Twentyacres
her slip said saidbecause saidocauso
acres cres of this belonged to
because ocauso Father Hyrum Karren gave it to toher toer
her er and Fred jointly on that happy wed weildlnsr weding
dlnsr ing day Tars rtgrs before beforeDuring v vDuring
During the Period that TellthaVas Telitht was out outof mitt
of t the running liowevor Father Hyrum Hyrumhad Hyrurnad
had ad given the forty to his soninlaw soninlawEdward oninlCW4nard
Edward Lcavit who In turn conyeye conveyed conveyedto < l lIt
It to George Karren a brother of Telitha a ahusband ausband
husband George proceeded to plaster a a6Do aSIt
6Do SIt mortgage on the fortyi fortyiTcllthas toityTelithas
Tcllthas removal to the north half of ofthe tnthe
the he forty threw consternation into the theranks tCanks
ranks of the Karren family They dldn t tthink titink
think she would have the nerve to do doit 40As
it As noted above they dldnjt know knowTelitha knqWeUtha
Telitha but they learned a good dealbout deal dealabout
about bout her In the days that followed followedAt folowedAt
At lirst they treated Telitba8 occu occupancy oCerlanc3
pancy anc3 ol the north twenty as n fit sub subject oubset ¬
ject set of mirth but Telitha went right rlsntahead righthear
ahead hear wsth her crops Then they dilded de decided ¬
cided to novo her oft and visited the thesccno thetone
tone tor fo hat purpose Telitha not them themat themt
at t the line with serious sericruslfltentiofls intentions and anda afldsirotgun
a shotgun An epochmaking riot fol followed falwed ¬
lowed wed during which Father Hyrum Hyrumstruck Hyrumtruk
struck Telitha In the face A AJ ± least leasttho leasho
struckher atruck her and andfined andlred
tho o court c ttrt decided thathe
fined him on the th assault and battery batterycharge batterybarge
charge which Telitha promptly lodged lodgedagainst lodgedgatmt
against him himSweeping hnrSweeping
Sweeping Victory for WjTe WjTeTolitha VJTTolitha
Tolitha wlncd out the shatgunnbd shotgun and re returned reurnad ¬
turned to the twenty Again gainvtha tha Kar Karrens ICarens ¬
rens ens resorted to the courts This time timethey tUneicy
they icy sought to dispossess Tellttta Father FatherHyrum FatherFyrum
Hyrum denied that he had given Telitha Telithaand Telithaad
and ad Fred awtddlng a wedding present resent5at at allelltha all allTellthi
Tellthi hunted un three qr four of the thewedding tIreedding
wedding guests who lro hard h ard t1it0 th old man s spresentation aresentation
presentation speech aria succeeded in inknocking innoclting
knocking his lawsuit a mile hlghfin the thedistrict theitnICt
district courtv courtvthe court courtAaIn
AaIn the KarreAs took an qppeal to tolie
the lie supreme court As it reached that thatcourt Thato9rt
court the case was entitled Hyrum HyrumKarren Hyrurnarren
Karren arren appellant vs Telitha Dean Deereeiney DeanRainey
Rainey respondent and George KttVren KttVrenIntervenor Karrenitervenor
Intervenor and aoneilftnt aoneilftntThe annoilantThe
The supreme court declared for forTejitha or orelitha
Tejitha Justice McCarty Wrote roto the th opin opinion opinrn ¬
ion rn which was handed down yesterday yesterdaywith yesterdayith
with ith Justices Bartch and Straup con concurring conerring ¬
erring The supreme court directs the theKarrens theerrens
Karrens errens to al once execute a good ana anaproper annroper
proper roper deed conveying the twenty acreTelitha acre aerssto
to Telitha The 5600 mortgage goes go wltn wltnthe witaLte
the Lte deed but the supremo court Was Wasso hasc
so c modified the decree of the district districtcourt districteurt
court as to compel the Karrens to pay payTelitha 1ayelitha
Telitha SGQO ooo for the purpose Of S2tlsfi S2tlsfiIng
Ing 5 the mortgage and clearing hr title titleto titlethe
to the land JandThis landTitle
This makes Tclltha th tha undisputed pos possessor P05Issor ¬
sessor Issor of a clear title toth to tlitt land and andIf aUdFred
If Fred ever permits TeHhH ehlldwi ehlldwito clilldrortCOnIC
to come within the Jurisdiction of of th thUtah the thetab
Utah tab courts Telitha will get them too tooat tooS
at S she has a decree fentltllhgr her to the thecustody tIreistody
custody bfthsyoungsters nf who are three threein threet
in t number numberSTATUE numbrSTATUE
STATUE OF VON MOLTKE MOLTKEBerlin MOLIKEBerlin
Berlin Oct 2J 2A A statue of Field Mar Marshal Martirtl ¬
shal tirtl von Moltke thegift of the army of ofthe ofIC
the IC German people was unveiled here to today toay ¬
day ay the one hundred and fifth Anniver Anniversary annitrtry ¬
sary try of his bIrth jn the presence Of Em Emperor Emeror ¬
peror eror William the imperial fairilly and andall nirdIl
all Il the great personages 0f state and andmany andninny
many ninny thousands of peopje 4 4AH j jAIIfirstelas
AH AIIfirstelas first class restaMrn rcstarsrrtrtsand sVntf horiies horiieshavpvlnnna IronIcs IronIcseve
havpvlnnna eve Vienna bakery bread 4
RUN LINE LINEEngineers OVET OVETe
e GARiN UERi UERiEngineers
Engineers for or the Western Pacific PacificSuccessfully Paoifjuccess1ully
Successfully Coiapjete T sk s sANOTHER
ANOTHER AiOTHEflCORPS CORPS SENT OUT OUTHEAVY 0U 0UHtYY
HEAVY EQUIPMENT EXPERI EXPERIENCES EXPERIENCESTROLJBLEWITH
ENCESTROLJBLEWITH ENCES TROUBLE WITH MIRE MIREThe MIRETite
The thirtyeight hlryelglrt mile gap gapetofor gapetoforexisting heretofore heretoforeexisting
existing in lnthe the projected route of the theWestern tb tbestrn
Western estrn Pacific across the Great Salt SaltLake SalLake
Lake desert has been closed WesternPacIfic Western WesternPacific
Pacific engineers having run a line lineseveral lintseveral
several several days ago nigo The task taskwas tasiwas
was ended after a trip from the con construction construction ¬
struction camp midway in the desert desertto dcccito
to the eastern edge of the desert The Theengineers Thiengineers
engineers who ran the line were met metby me meby
by ah an advance guard which went oui ouiMonday out outMonday
Monday MondayA
A second gang with equipment con consisting consisUng ¬
sisting of heavily loaded wagons etc etcspent etcspent
spent two days in an effort to drive driveacross driviacross
across the desert but were blocked by bythe b bthe
the miry character of the soil It was wasbelieved wanbelieved
believed that the marsh could be beekirted b bklrted
ekirted by driving northward but suet auchwas suetwas
was not the case The fact that the themen thtmen
men who had run the line had reached reachedthe reaehecthe
the other engineers while the dozen dozenengineers dozerenginqers
engineers with the equipment had hadfailed hacfailed
failed to show up at the eastern easternled end endled
led to a report that the latter had lost losttheir losttheir
their way This is erroneous however howeverand howeverand
and the heavy equipment will be beshipped bEshipped
shipped ltd tO this end over the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific at once onceAnother oncezthotber
Another gang of Western Pacific en engineers engineers ¬
gineers which will have charge of oftwenty 0 0twenty
twenty miles of road left the city yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday and will push far out towartfj toward towardthe
the west westLANDS westLANDS
LANDS WITHDRAWN Ifil IfilCHEYENNE INCHEYENNE
CHEYENNE DISTRIC1Special DISTRICT DISTRICTSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashWgton HeraldWaslnhnfgttm
WashWgton D C Oct 2 26The The seers secretary seerstary ¬
tary of the interior today today withdrew frontentry from fromentry
entry 09120 acres in the Cheyenne land landdistrict lntitIUistrnct
district Wyoming with the view to con converting converting ¬
verting the same Into a permanent forest forestreserve orcal orcalreserve
reserve The lands withdrawn are town townships towzrships ¬
ships 1314 13 14 15 ranges 86 87 townships 13 13ranges 13rangea4
ranges rangea4 M 85 the north half of townships
12 ranges 80 and 87 Inclusive sections 30
31 township 15 range 85 sections 4 to 10 10Inclusive 10inclusive
Inclusive and 13 to S3 6 Inclusive town township township ¬
ship 14 range 85 sections ii u to 8 inclus lucIusive inclusive ¬
ive 17 to t 20 Inclusive 29 to 82 Inclusive Inclusivetownship 1nluslvetownship
township 13 range 83 sections 5 to S in inclusive inelusive ¬
elusive sections 17 18 township 12 range rangeS3 rangeLARGESTINTHE
S3
LARGEST LARGESTINTHE IN THE NAVY NAVYt NAVYPowerful NAVYPoWCifuI
t
Powerful Warships Will Join North NorthAtlantic Nort1Atlantic
Atlantic Scpiadron in Time to toWelcome toWelcome
Welcome Prince Louis LouisWashington LouisWoshingtcin
Washington Xct O t 26 26The The armored armoredcruiser arnioreduLscr
cruiser uLscr West Virginia the vessel which whichcarries whIchnrtries
carries President Roosevelt from New NewOrlcans NewDrlcanato
Orlcans Drlcanato to Hampton Roads on hisreturn hisreturnfrom hlsrethrnmom
from the tfleaoutlrland southland is theflagship of the theariiiored theirruored
ariiiored cruiser division of the north Atlantic At Atlantic ¬
lantic fleet which consists o the Colo Colorado Cohnrado ¬
rado Pennsylvania and Maryland in ad addition adlilian ¬
dition to the West Virginia These ves vessels vcsnets ¬
nets are practically Identical in every way wayand waytad
and are the largest warships of the Amen Amencart American ¬
ican cart navy now ip commission Tlfey rep represent rpesent ¬
resent the highest type and all that is ismodern s su
modern u dern in naval architecture architectureThis architectureThis
This formidable division will take its itsplacefor ttSlnce
placefor lnce for tire first tlmoin tlmo In the north At Atlantic Atarttlc ¬
lantic fleet hi rime tor participate in In the thereception tireecopUoa
reception to the British squadron com coinnanded i imanded
manded by Princft Louis Dt Battenborg Battenborgabout jiattenborgibout
about to visit United States waters The TheWest TheWest
West Virginia is hnllt on beautiful linesmd lines linesand
and cuts the water with the grace of an anocean aqcean
ocean greyhound at a i speed of twenty twentytwo twentywo
two wo knots an hour Her machinery is ca capable caable ¬
pable able of developing 23000 horse power to todriveher toirtveher
driveher twin screws screwsAs screwsAs
As the West Virginia is filled as a aflagship aiagship
flagship she Is admirably adapted to the theuse tireiso
use of ttto president and thespacious thespaciousquarters the apaelous apaelousiuartes
quarters provided for the admiral NY will In Insure innure ¬
sure the comfort of the president on his hishomeward hisiorneward
homeward journey journeyThe journeyThe
The West Virginia Is commanded by byCaptain b baptaln
Captain C H Arnold while Rear Admiral AdmiralBrownson AdinfrailrownSon
Brownson commanding the division of ofwhich ofrthlch
which the West Virginia is tint flagship flagshipiccompanies i iaccompanies
accompanies it on thepresidential trip tripThe j jThe
The Colorado Is commanded by Captain CaptainDuncan Captainurrean
Duncan urrean Kennedy and the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaby
by Y Captain Thomas C McLean The TheMaryland Thehiaryland
Maryland the fourth vessel of Rear Ad Admiral A Aniral ¬
miral Brownsons division which was wasundergoing wasindergolng
undergoing unuernuiiis repairs icimno could v not v vraady b tre < made madesady
raady in time to accompany toe tlt command commandon
on In the southern trip but will join it in inHampton Irtampton
Hampton Roads RoadsSERVE i iSERVE
SERVE WITHOUT HOPE HOPEPaymasters HOPEaymasters
Paymasters Clerks in inthe the NavyHave NavyHaveNotjung NavyHaveNothing
Nothing td t Look Forward to tofor tofor
for Faithful Service ServiceWashington SeyviceWashington
Washington Oct 6trsent recom recommendation recomrtendation ¬
mendation Is contained in the annual re report retort ¬
port of the paymaster general of the thenavy thenavy
navy for the warranting of paymasters paymastersclerks paymasterstories
clerks in the navy naVy and for the creationif creation creationof
of if a retired retired list for this branch of the theservice theervice
service serviceThe erviceThe
The present anomalous position or pay paymasters paynasters ¬
masters clerks in the navy could not be bemore benone
more expllcltyly Illustrated says Paynaster Pay Payinaster
inaster naster General Harris than by jhe the sad sadcase saduse
case use of Henry O Metlus who Xost his hislife hishe
life he In the th Bennlngton disaster No right rightto
to 0 pension no hope of retirement none noneof nonef
of f the privileges which pertain to all allothef allthet
othef thet officera officersjust just hard work is their theirlot theirat
lot at absolutely nothing to look forward to toexcept tocept
except cept to wear out or rust out or per perchance perhance ¬
chance to die in the line of duty leaving leavingno
no no provision for dependent ones onesAttention onesAttention
Attention is called to the serious emr emrbnrrassment em emnarrassnrnent
bnrrassment caused the bureau of sup supplies suplies ¬
plies lies and accounts by the lack of edu education eduatiort ¬
cation of the clerical force to the fact factthat facthat
that supplies are not inspected as antis satisfactorily antisactorlly ¬
factorily and as expeditiously as they theywould theyrould
would be if more officers were available availablefor availableor
for or duly at various navy yards and a arecommandatlon aecommondatton
recommandatlon is made that the navy navysupply navypply
supply pply fund be Immediately increased increasedffom Increasedrem
ffom rem 52700000 to oOOQOWSOMETHING oOOQOW 50000001st
1st = u5 u53OMETHING
SOMETHING NEW FOR FORCADETS FORCADETS
CADETS TO LEARN LEARNWashingtonOct LEARNWashlngton4Oct
WashingtonOct 20An 20 An order has been beenissued bCenmtned
issued by the war wa department creating creatinga creatingdebartmgnt
a depart debartmgnt ien of military hygiene In the themilitary thenilitary
military academy at West Point The Theobject Tirebject
object is to instruct the cadets in medi medicine nredtine ¬
cine ine and surgery surer to the extent of impart imparting impartmg ¬
ing mg knowledge of the care of troops from froma fromhygienic
a hygienic standpoint and also in the theuse theso
use so of medicine for the more commonilmants common commonailments
ailments likely to happen In small com commands cornnands ¬
mands There i is noIntention no intention of gradu graduating graduting ¬
ting cadets for the medical department departmentof
of if the army in ctcatins this new de department deartmcnt ¬
partment artmcnt of study studyTHE studyTHE
THE MICROSCOPE MICROSCOPEProves MICROSCOPErovcs
Proves rovcs That Parasites Cause Hair HairLoss HairLoss
Loss LossNinetenths Loss1Inetenths
Ninetenths o of the diseases of the scalp scalpand scalpnd
and nd hair are caused by parasitic germshe germs germsThe
The he importance of this discovery by Pro Professor Proessor ¬
fessor essor Unna of the Charity B Hospital Hospitalgmburg oltal oltalHamburg
Hamburg gmburg Germany cannot be overes overestimated ovoresitnated ¬
timated It explains why ordinary hair hairpreparations hairtreparations
preparations even of the most expert expensive expertlye ¬
sive lye character fall to cure dandruff be becauso beanso
causo they do sb not and they cannOt kilt kiilthe kilthe
the he dandruff germ The only hair prep preparationIn preprationr ¬
arationIn rationr in thq th world that positively de destroys tietroys ¬
stroys the dandruff parasites that bur burrow barOtt ¬
row Ott up U tho scalp Into scales called scurf scurfor
or ir dandruff Is Newbros Herplcide In Inaddition InLdtlItiOfl
addition to its deatroyins the dandruff dandruffi
i srerm rm Herplclde Is also a delightful hair hairdressing hairirersing
dressing Sold by Smith mitb Drug Co Spe Special pc pclal ¬
cial lal Agents
FORAKIRSIDEA FORAKIRSIDEAOF FORAKERS 1DEA
OF 9 RATE MAKifi MAKifiOhiVgeiiatorTaics MAK4NtOh1
OhiVgeiiatorTaics Oh1 atorTkcs1JsucWjth Issiie With Sec SecQUESTION
4 reiSTaft
10 10QUESTION
QUESTION is IMPORTANT IMPORTANTPROPOSED
1 1PR01OSED
PROPOSED SOLTION SOLITION I IS SyT SyTWORSTtySlBlJE THI THIWORST
WORSTtySlBlJE WORST OS REMEDY RE1EDya RE1EDyCinoinpati REMEDYCincinnati
a
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Cincinnati Oct 26AUhough 26tMthoupt confined to tobis ti tihis
his home under the orders of his phy physicidn physici
sicidn sici and compelled to cancel several severalspeaking severe severespeaking
speaking engagements during the last lastfew las lasfew
few days United States Senator Foraker Forakerhas Forakehas
has been b ni following closely the th agitation agitationover agitationoterjiiroaij
over oterjiiroaij rallrpaa freight rates and today todaygave tcdagave
gave to the press a statement answering answeringartlbusoly answeninuartituayly
artlbusoly the arsntnients advanced by byecretary It Itaecr
aecr ecretary tary of War Tuft Taf t in his speech at atAkron1 a aAkron
Akron O lust < 8fltusday night In4the In4thecourse In tji tjicourse
course of his statement Senator Foraker Forakersaid F0r3J05said
said saidNo
No question has arisen In American Americanpolitics Americalpolitics
politics in recent years of anything like likesuch Ilk Ilksuch
such importance excepting the free silver silverquestion ailvequestion
question
Takes Issue With Taft TaftHe TaftHe
He then takes issue with the assump assumption assumptioii ¬
tion that those who do not agree with withth wit wittime
th time remedy proposed by Secretary Taft Tafture Tatare
are opposed to any remedy whatever whateverSo
So far as I am aware says Senator SenatorForaker SenatoForaker
Foraker It is universally admitted that thatin thaIn
in the past mans evil practices have ob obtained obrained ¬
rained that some of them still obtain obtainthat obtainthat
that none of them should be allowed to tocontinue ti ticontinue
continue that any efficient and expe expeditious xpe xpeditlu5 ¬
ditious remedy should be provided against againstall againsall
all of them In so far as legislation can canprovide ear earprovide
provide The solo difference Is as to toWhether ti tiwhether
Whether conferring the ratemaking pow powor powor
or on the interstate commerce commission commissionis
is the ovily or even a necessary remedy remedyMy remedyMy
My contention Is that it is not necessary necessaryand necesserand
and that of all remedies that have been beensuggested beersuggested
suggested it is unqualifiedly the worst worstSays worstSays
Says Argument Is PoorSnator Poor PoorSenator
Senator Foraker says that if there be beany Ii Iianl
any occasion for conferring the ratemak ratemaking rntemaklug ¬
lug power on the interstate commerce commercecommission connmerccommission
commission it is not in his opinion to bo bofound bi bifound
found in the necessity for heading off and anddefeating am amdefeating
defeating any movement of a populistic populisticcharacter populisticharacter
character under thedirection of Mr Bry Bryan Bryan ¬
an or any of such political leaders as assuggested a asuggested
suggested by Secretary Taft TaftThese Taftfhese
These discriminations consist rot only onlyof on onof
of discriminations between shippers and andIdealities ant antl4calities
Idealities but discriminations between betweencommodities betweeneommodtttee
commodities in classification by means meansof meanof
of terminal charges elevator charges re refrigerator refnigerator ¬
frigerator charges and many other kinds kindsof kindof
of charges and devices too numerous to tomention t tmention
mention
Courts Have Jurisdiction JurisdictionThis
This Tini has been a most serious trouble troublecontinues troubleContinues
continues the senator We undertook to todeal tt ttdent
deal with It when we passed the Elklns Elklnslaw ElkintIan
law There Is no reason whatever why
if any locality thinks it Is discriminated discriminatedagainst discniminatetIagainst
against or any shipper thinks he is dis discriminated diamiimipattJ ¬
criminated against application should not nothe nothe
he forthwith made for relief and relief reliefsecured relictsecured
secured if the charge can be sustained sustainedfor
for the court Is by the statute expressly
invested with full jurisdiction to entertain entertainthe entertainLire
the complaint and administer a competent competentremedy competentremedy
remedy This statute has been In force forceoier forecWee
Wee since the IDth day of February 1903 1903If 1903Ft
If Secretary Tuft or anybody else will willtell willtell
tell me wherein this remedy is deficient deficientor
or r tell nje in what manner a better rem remedy remrdy ¬
edy can be provided by conferring the theratj theatpmaking
ratj atpmaking maklng power on the interstate com commerce cornforce ¬
force commission wo shall then havereached have havereached
reached the th point where glittering goner generalities gonertlitles ¬
alities can bo dismissed and Intelligent Intelligentdiscussion IntelligentIiussIon
discussion may commence commenceForakers commenceForakers
Forakers PlanSernetor Plan PlanSenator
Senator ForaTter outlined the nature of ofthe ofIre
the Ire change which be would make in the thepresent theresent
present law lu the following
Answering Secretary Tafts suggestionhat suggestion suggestionthat
that the burden of all litigation should be beplaced belaeed
placed laeed on the railroads It is no hardship hardshipon
on tnT the shipper but a direct benefit to tohim totim
him to require hlsprocecdfng to be under underthis underhis
this statute and it Is and will be when wirentmerndCd whenamendfed
amendfed for because of the fact that thatthere thathere
there capnot be one change made without withoutnecessitating withoutlecessitating
necessitating hundreds and pcrhads thou thousands thoulands ¬
sands of others every such proceeding proceedingwould proceedingmulti
would be not for the benefit of the com complaining cornUaining ¬
plaining shippers alone but for or a whole wholecommunity wholeomnimnunity
community of shippers hundreds and andprobably androbably
probably thousands The proceeding proceedingwould proceedingwould
would theuefore In fact act bo In In behalf of the thepublic thenubIle
public and should be In the name of the thegovernment themvornment
government and at the expense of tIm thogovernment tImoVornment
government or the railroads as the thecourts theourts
courts may deem just and equitable and andin andft
in ft no case at the expense of the shipper shipperSpecial shipperSpecial
Special CourtUnnecessaryTheso CourtUnnecessary
These proceedings should bo com commenced cornfloraed ¬
menced by complaint filed with the inter interstate intertate ¬
state commerce commission which should shouldconduct shouldonduct
conduct only preliminary Investigations tohe to tothe
the he extent of determining whether or not notthere nothere
there Is probable grounds and when that thatpoint tiratroint
point is reached the whole matter should shouldbe
be Is turned over to the department if ins justice insIce ¬
Ice to be prosecuted not before a specialaunt special specialcourt
court which It would be I think unwise unwiseto
to 0 create but before thft tim circuit court of oftho ofIre
tho Ire United States having jurisdiction in intho inhe
tho he particular case In this Way these thesecases theseases
cases would be distributed throughout the thewhole tIi tIirhole
whole country and be confined to a Ju Judicial Jutidal ¬
tidal system with which wo are familiar familiaranf familiarmt
anf mt tim working strength of which we wecan weart
can art Increase as found necessary by the theappointment tireppointment
appointment of new Judges Thus we wewould werould
would leave tho making of rates in the thehands thenands
hands of skilled men but subject to re review reiew ¬
view iew upon complaint made by courts courtsskilled courtskilled
skilled In the weighing of testimony the theanalysis tireflalysis
analysis of facts and the application of of ofthe
the Ir law arid tho same courts courtmrto to whldby whld alnielrI >
by I tint proposed legislation or any other otherJegislatiqn outereglltiori
Jegislatiqn that may be suggested the thecontroversy theontroversy
controversy will have to b be submitted submittedwfiyhow subnj3ttedpyhow
wfiyhow at some stage of the thenproceodumrgs thenproceodumrgsor proceedings proceedingsfor
for or we could not If wo so desired take takeaway takeLW3Y
away LW3Y from tire parties to the controversy
the ire right to submit their contentious to tothe toIns
the Ins courts or flhal adjudication adjudicationNotice adjudicationN
Notice NoticeXOT1CE N tice ticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATthe THATlie
the lie assessment of the tax tgxletjed levied by theLiv the thecity
city Liv council of Salt Lake City Utah by byordinancb in inrctinancts
ordinancb passed October Sth 1905 upon uponthe uponire
the ire property abutting upon all of lot 3 3and 3Lrrd
and the west 1400 feet eat of lot 4 block 90 90all 90nil
all nil of lot 2 and the west HOQ feet of lot lotblock
1 block 101 plat D Salt Lake City Citysurvey Cityprcoy
survey for or thepurpose of extending1 and andlaying andeying
laying sewer lateral qf Smelt vftriflefl vftrifleflpipe vftnifledtipe
pipe on Seventh street between B An C CFtreets Ctieels
Ftreets In sewer district No 1 is com corndoted completed ¬
doted pletedThat dotedThat
That the board of equalization mid re review relew ¬
view aonolnted by the city council for forthat forhat
that purpose will meet ai the office n nhe < u uthe
the he city recorder room 100 city and county countyuI1lirg countvbuilding
building on Monday NpXember Cp ember 6ihr 6th IKS IKSandcontwue 1900in4onlinue
andcontwue in4onlinue in session until Friday No November Norember ¬
vember 10th lJo between the hours oj
330 3 and 430 pm p at and will hear and con consider cornider ¬
sider an any objections andniake correction correctionof
of if any tax which aid al I board may deem deemunequal deeminequat
unequal or unjust unjustThat unjustThat
That during said time between the thehours thelours
hours lours of 9 a m and 5 p m said list will willBy willIC
IC oe to publl Inspection at tire otlce otlcef
f tln city recorder room 100 city and andaunty
aunty buldJng Salt Lake City Utah Utahfly
By order o ler of the city council dated Oct Oc Ocabort
abort 234 1805 J S CftlTCHLOW CftlTCHLOWQlty CRITOIILOWTi1ty
Qlty Recorder RecorderSewerextension BecorderSewer
Sewerextension Sewer extension No ICe J65Notice ICeNtIce
Notice NoticeNOTICE NtIceNYrICB
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN ThAT TIJATthe ThAThe
the he assessment ot the tax levied by the thecity tireIvy
city Ivy council or o Salt Lake City Utah by byS
S
FOUR KlttEDN KlttEDNPassenger KiLLED ON ONTHE
THE ROOK ISLAND
1 1Passenger
Passenger Trains Collide Hcadoi HcadoiNear Bcad oii oii1car
Near Fairfield Iowa IowaBOTH IowaBOTH
BOTH ENGINES ENGINESDMOLISHE ENGINESDMOLISHETRNS DEMOLISHED DEMOLISHEDTR
TR TRNS JNS WERE RU RUTHIRTYMILES RUr1fSGABOU1 RUr1fSGABOU1A RUr1fSGABOU1THERTY
THIRTYMILES THERTY MILES AN N NKansas HOUF HOUFl
A
Kansas l ansas City Oct 20 O Weetbotind pas passengek pairseieit
sengek train No 11 on ointhe the Chicago Rock RockIsland RocitI
Island I tn Pacific railway whlah htoh foft Ot Chi Chicago C1ucage ¬
cage at 830 last night colUdQd hadon hadonwith headonvtitii
with eastbound passenger Xo 12on the ther tiresame
r same road which left Kansas City at atk6i3tf atLSi3
k6i3tf LSi3 last evening ono mile Mll north of Fair Fairfield Fairfield
field la laAccording IaAccOrding
According to the reports reftMved reo Iv d at atttfe att1e
ttfe local officesof offices of the J09k Island Islandrailway islandrailway
railway thrfce persona were wereftJ kjpa out outI out2igrt
I right and several Injured InitirodThe v vThe
The Dead DeadF
F J Miles Muscatlnci Museatlne iu onslnW onginuer ot otI OfNo
I No 11 11Glen 11Glen
Glen Canfield Murray la mall clerk clerkDetective clerkDetective
Detective Griffith Lucas la laA laA
A tramp name unknown unknownInjured unknownlnjured
Injured InjuredW
W H Dunham Eldon la logs bjok bjoken b ok oken
en foot smashed smashedE
E W Wttte ISldon J ia u fireman on onI onNo
I No 11 head bruised bruisedH
H Li G Pottorf Eldoh la mull clerk on onNo onNo
No 11 head cut cutOMathews
OMathews 0 rtatirens Neola la cat severely aovorelyon
on head headE
E W Wlllmot New Bedford Mass Mtwtuish Massthigh
thigh fractured fracturedK
K t S liable Ponttafe Mloh back bad badly badly
ly sprained sprainedGeorge sprainedGeorge
George P I Froden Jattutt Han cut cutabout tutabout
about head headMrs lroadMrs
Mrs Joseph Harris Chicago alight 1 1juries in injuries ¬
juries juriesG < i iG
G D Ilummeny E Eil iq OkJ OUJa slightly slightlyinjured slightlyInjured
injured injuredJ
J 1 E Ilickmai inaH clerk bruised and andCUt andcut
CUt r rG
cutG G W Williams Saorxe Fisher J JQuakons JQuakons
Quakons and F 3 IfnKle pa paetrgera igers on onNo onNo
No 12 cut and bruised not serious seriousTrainmaster seriousTrainnraater
Trainmaster Kennellj KennelljThe KeirneliThe
The principal damage was sustained bytuC by byt
t tuC e Chicago train trainBoth tistintBoth
Both trains at the time of the accident accidentwere accidentwere
were running at tire rate of about thirty thirtyjtnllos thirtymilos
jtnllos an hour hourThe hourfine
The cause of the collision has nOt vet vetbeen et etbeen
been determined determinedBoth determinedBoth
Both Engines DemolishedChicago Demolished DemolishedChicago
Chicago Oct 2tS 2Aocordg According to a state statcent stateeat
eat issued at the general offices of th thHock tht thtRock
Hock Island railroad in this city on tire tnowreck tirewreck
wreck near Fairfield both locomotives locomotiveswere
were demolished four four cars of No t twere Iwere
were derailed and seven damaged The Thedamage Thedamage
damage to No 11 has not been b ein reported reportedI rteportedbut
I but the kilted warn on this train The Theinjured TIntInjured
injured were nearly all a on No 12 UTrainjnster 12Trainmaster
Trainmaster Konnellv was among the theinjured ttreinjured
injured
TRIAL TRIP POSTPONEDBoston POSTPONED POSTPONEDBoston
Boston Oct 25 20A A slight accident to th thmachinery tine tineInacininerl
machinery of tire new battleship Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island prevented a full test by tire build builders buildera ¬
ers on the trial trip un which the vessel vesselstarted vesselstarted
started yesterday and the battleship re returned noturned ¬
turned to Boston today and was placed in indry Indry
dry dpclc A leak In the condenser caused cauaedthe causedthsfeed
the thsfeed feed tanks to overflow overflowordinance overfjowordinance
ordinance passed October 16th 1902 upon uponthe upontire
the property abutting upon all of iota 4 4and 4rind
and 5 block 2 plat F Salt Lake LakeCity Lakecity
City survey for the purpose of constructing con constructing ¬
structing a cement sidewalk six foot wide wideand wideand
and four inches thick on the east aide of ofTenth ofTenth
Tenth East street between First and Sec Second Seeend ¬
end South streets in sidewalk nrldewlkdietrJct district No NoI4
21 In corrnleted corrnletedThat copletetlThat
That the board of equalization and r riew re review
view iew appointed by the city council for forthat forthat
that purpose will meet at the office of oftho ofthin
thin city recorder room 100 city and eoun eounty eowrt
ty t building on Monday November 6th th thlhP
1901 and continue in session until Friday
November 10th IINJ5 batwean the hours of of3SO
3SO and 4M p m and will hear and con consider conrider ¬
rider any objections and make correction correctionof
of any tax which said board may deemunequal deem deemunequal
unequal or unjust unjustThat unjustThat
That during said ald time between the thehours tirehours
hours of 9 a < m and 5 p m said Hat will willbe t1lIbe
be open to public inspection at the office officeof
of tire city recorder room JW city andoriflty and andcounty
county building Salt Lake sty Utah UtthBy UtahBy
By order of the city cftt council dated Oc October OcLober ¬
tober 23d 1905 J S imiTCHtOW imiTCHtOWtJty 81 rciiLow rciiLowCity
City Recorder RecorderSidewalk RecorderSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No JHT JHTNOTJCJS g gNotice
Notice NoticeNorJcE
NOTJCJS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATthe THATIlte
the assessment of the tax levied by the thecity theity
city ity council of Salt Lake City Ltah by byordinance bytrdftrnnce
ordinance passed October 8th th liOa upon uponthe uponthe
the property abutting upon tn the east 1419 1415root 1419feet
feet of lot 2 and the west 100 It5 feet of lot iotI
4 I block 35 and all of lots 1 and 2 block blockplat
50 plat D Salt Lake City survey for forthe forthe
the purpose of extending and laying sewer sewerlateral sewerlateral
lateral of 8inch vitrified pipe on Third Thirdstreet fluidetreot
street between G and II streets in sewer sewerdistrict sewerlistrict
district No 1 Is completed completedThat complotedTirut
That the board of equalization and re review relien ¬
view appointed by b the city council for fortljut forlint
lint purpose THI me rncot t at atthc the office ofLIne of ofthe
the city cit recorder room 100 1t city and coun county counLy ¬
ty building on ou Mends londay November Stir Stir19Z
1935 and continue in session until KWday KWdayNovember Rt1daotennimr
November 10th IMS i91 between the hours of
330 and 43t p m aurci ant will har h ar ami conrider con consider ¬
rider any objections and make corrections correctionsot
ot nt anv arr tax which sal board may deem deemunequal deemInuroqual
unequal or unjust unjustThat ufltrstThat
That during s aId id time between the tbahours therows
hours rows of 9 n m and 5 p m said list will willbo nIllIto
bo rr cen en to o public ineiectlon ut the office ofllcaof officet
of t tire city recorder room 100 city cli and andcounty aurdounty
county building Salt Lake City Utah LtanBy UtahBy
By order of the city dIr cooed dated Oc October October ¬
tober 2Sd 1903 J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity
S City Recorder RecorderSewer RecorderSewer
Sewer extension No 1 167 167Notice 7 7NOTICE
Notice NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HHRBBY GIVEN THAT THATthe THATtire
the assessment of the tax levied br b the thacitv thelt
citv lt council of Salt Lake City Utah by byordinance byrtHnac
ordinance rtHnac t assed > October 9th 1905 upon uponthe uponthe
the property abutting upon all of lots 2 2and 2and
and S block 32 3 and nd all of lots 1 and 4 4block 4block
block 33 plat p Salt Lake City survey surveyfor surveyron
for tIne purpose of extending and layingsewer laying layingsewer
sewer lateral of 8lnch vitrified pipe on J Jstreet 3street
street between Second and Third streets streetsin
in sewer district No 1 is completed completedThat comp1otedTinat
That the board of actualization and re review renierv
view appointed by the city council for the thopurpost thepurpose
purpose TsIIl ill meet fit it the office ol the thecity tineity
city ity recorder room 100 city tity and county countybuilding c9unty c9untyboiidlng
building on Monday November 6tlu 0tln 1S03 1S03and 1903and
and continue In session until Friday No November Nocamber ¬
camber 10th 1905 between the hours of
330 and 420 p mr rn nnd will ill hear and con conslderttny on onolder
slderttny older buy objections and make correction correctionof
of t any tax which said board may deem deemunequal deentirnequnil
unequal or hr unjust unjustThtft unjustTlnnlt
Thtft during said time between thehours the thehours
hours of 9 a nt and 5 p m said list listwill listrvilt
will be 0en oen to public inspection at the theofflco theuffico
offlco of the city recorder room iOn city cityand citymd
and county building Salt Lake City Utah UtahBy UtahBy
By order of the city council dated Oo GooberiZd OotObferSSA
tObferSSA 1905 J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity RLTCHLOWCity
City Recorder RecorderSewer flcorderSewer
Sewer extension No o ItiC
SLIGHT D DEN0 DEN0T f AND ANDrFOR
rFOR T FOR CHICKENS CHICKENSBear
Bear River Ducks Are Crowding CrowdingDown Crowditigflown
Down Poultry Prices PricesFRESH
4 4FRESH
FRESH FISH AREPLENTIFUL AREPLENTIFULOYSTERS AREPLENTIFULTOKEOYSTERSRE
TOKEOYSTERSRE OYSTERS AjBE EXPECTED EXPECTEDNEXT EXPECTEDNEXT
NEXT WzEEK WzEEKon WEK1i5iceson
1i5iceson chktkerr nkesed e5tIrdJY e5tIrdJYon
on account of the large number of tlufUs tlufUsshipped tt h5 h5shipped
shipped to th the market The demand demandbeen demandbeen <
been slight for the u past t wok Ok and uiulhave unil unilhave
have practically held heidsiwsy away over tho ti po potry p0try
try market The d dealers al rs ezpett pet to Iisprltrg r rspring
spring chickens reduced to 19 or ora tt < S Sa
a pound and hens to IS or 17 t t tPOUnd K Kpound
pound Th flue iiomtioHs on jiUth8 iuolis rema remaunchanged rem remunchanged
unchanged unchangedShipmwita unchangedShIpments
ShIpments of resin fi fish h reu reulied reuliedmantel < bed bedmarket
market y yesterday terday from noun the coast in liiooitsignrnerrt ft ftconsignment
consignment were salmon halibut halibutflsh halibutfish
fish catfish attlsh soles and flounder flounderstars 1 1stars
stars were also In stock and the sa saare 4 4are
are steadily increasing The demand demandoysters dennaurdoysters
oysters has necessitated larger shipment shipmfmfrom shipmentnoun
from noun the east Blue Points aad aadYork NP NPYork
York counts are to br had at 23 3 cents cefliadozen centsdozen >
dozen in the shell and the extra eelec eelecare eeletnra
are sailing for 60 cents a quart The w wers dia diaera
ers expect shipments of Tolu ojst o ofrom n nfrom
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