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THE THESALT SALT LAKE HERALD Hl RALDlIONDAY MONDAY MONDYOCTOBER OCTOBER 30 1905 7
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MGURRIN WINS WINSIN WINSIN 1 1IN
IN GOLFFINALS GOLFFINALSCaptures GULF FINALS FIN ALS1 ALS1Capture I IC11ptUle
Captures Country Club Championship Championshipfor
for Present Season SeasonEXCELLENT SeasonEXCELLENT SeasonEXCELLENT
EXCELLENT SCORES SCOR S MADE MADETHOUGH MADETHOUGH MADETHOUGH
THOUGH THOUGHt THOUGHDEFEATED DEFEATED THOMPSON THOMPSONPLAYED TEIOMPSONPLAYED
t JPlAYED
PLAYED BRILLIANT GAME GAMEIn GAM GAMESin E En
In n on OM s of the hardeat golf contests ever everItiaytd everp1ayd r r1j1l
Itiaytd 1j1l I In i Oite ttI city ett F F HL E MeGurrin M cGulTln won wonhe wonthe wonthe
the he Gauntry Club CIu champtenuhip for or in inyear thyear the theyear
year ttflf ywterday by defeating J 3 Wal WalLott W Wa1uGU al allott
Lott Thompwyt three up and two to play playin I playIn lar larin
in the thirtysix hole This is the one onetont oneeont oneiontt
tont eont it of the year whlcbfiW which vwy player of ofthe otthe ofthe
the club hopes o iops s to win and the event in inwhich Inwhich Inwlikh
which every ever member meln r of the th club is I greatly greatlyinterested greaUyinterelttel grettlyinterett
interested interett One of the best evidenco evidencoof evldencoelc
of e thin Utl is the galaxy kLy which hlek followed In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the wake ot of the two contestants a greater greateri greatscpart
part i arl > of the five hours it took to play p1 oft oftthe ofttht ot ottIi
the tIi match For three U1r years MeGnrrln MeGnrrlnhas IeGurrlnha eGurrtn eGurrtnhai
has > been in n tho th U Hjuilff 13uLI for t r the honor of ofhaving ofhavhtg
having 1111 rl hie 1 kI HAtoM engraved eft ve on the Leystm Leystmup Le71up
< up In the past two years ean he finished finishedrunnerup ttnhJbedrunnetup flnhthedrunnerup
runnerup and this time first by defeat defeatnig defeatIIH defeatug
nig the same m8 player who won from him himlust hllnlast hIntlust
lust tall
tallBoth
Both in i Top Form FormWith FormWith FormWith
With an ideal day both players were werejit wertit wereI
it jit t top form Thompson playing a brilliant brilliantgame brllUlll1tGame brillianteme
game eme while McGurrin played steady steadyand alMd alMdand atedand
I and selantlfk golf On the long game gameThompson gamefhomJWOn gamerhomn
Thompson had thu beat of it and McGur McGurrln McG1I1lln MGuryin
yin waa w wa playing the odd after nearly nearlyevery llearlyOver nearlyevery
every Over drive Instead of pressing McGur McGurrin lIcGurIn MoGurrin
rin In kept well e1l within hie limits ana anaplayed andllayed antipiayd
played sure and nti the result was that Mc McGurrln McHurrln McUrrin
Gurrln had Thompson playing the odd at atthe athe atthe
the he green 17 A in nearly every cue cueOn cueOn I IOn
On the approach shots McGurrln alter alterDated aHerlutted
7 Dated ated betwen the stiff arm approach with withth withnUd withtll
th > raid mmaltd Iron and iui theIQttlug the lofting mashlt m lI al always AI311I i iways ¬
ways 311I playing the Tunning up approach approachunlopB flppr npprttchiinlq ieh iehUnl
unlopB Unl iinlq at i bunker Intervened When lftan he hedd hedd hetid
dd play Plli ufe maahle however he showed showeda
a mastery of that ehib e e1ubawlI lt s SW w ilU ll as the theiron theiron theI
I iron ron ThumpaoA play playeU 1ed Qall flU fti khr approach approachshots IIt1proachshots atproachshots
shots with the mashie mashieWtas muhiWas mahIeWas
Was a DingDong Battle BattleA
A writer of golf says s that each match matchiiistats matchOllsMt8 match1JUSitS
iiistats of four OUr parts Several loosely looselyplayed l008eJ l008eJlhtyed looaely11tyed
played holes a dingdong dln lottg battle a crista cristaon cri
on one on aide and a walk over on the other otherOnly otherOnl otherOnly
Only Onl one of these the tour features existed existedin isted istedin
in yesterdays match It was a dlimdong
battle h ttle from rein start to finish McGurrln McGurrlnwon lcGurrlnwon 1 1won
won by b not making mistakes mlstak He played playedhis playedhis playedhis
his own ball and did not even look at his hisopponents hl hlopponents hiaopponents
opponents play 1111 lie H wore hl his Opponentdown opponent opponentdown opponentdown
down by steady etocklike work workBrilliant workBrilliant workBrilliant
Brilliant Holing From Off Green GreenThompson GreenrlomJMOn GreenThompeon
Thompson md a number of brilliant brilliantplay brmlantplay brilliantplaye
play hollnr hoUn from tOIfl off the frcen on four fourdifferent foulurCm8lt fourdlfferen
different occasions The most Ino mostensational mostensationalof t sensational sensationalof jjen aUonal I Iot
of these waa va on the first hole on th the thttfourth thefourth s sfourth
fourth round Both drove well Thompson Thompsonaway Thompsonaway 11 I IaWK
away aWK He H played the ball to far un on op opth I Ith
the th hill beyond the g green n while McGurrin McGurrinmil McGurrlnliut MeGurrinput
mil Ills ball on the green but at the edge edgeThQtnifcott edgeThtmOU 1se 1sefhQtisoR
ThQtnifcott holed out 0 on the next elliot
from a dlstancv dltancvot oC forty yards McGur McGurrin Mctlurna leGurrln ¬
rin at once got his range ran finder to work workand worrand wor worIflL
and holed out from VOIU the edge ge of the green
halving the hole in three threla th thIn threein
In tn the thirtysix drives drtv there were hut h h1wu
twn I u bud ones one by Thompson which whichoat whichot whichOt
> ot hint 1dm ih ht1 hole and one by lJ McGurrln McGurrlnwho McGurrJnwho MeOurrlnwitu
who liy a brilliant stroke succeeded > in inffettlnt Inettt1l inrettftut
ffettlnt ettt1l a half At the Uiird hole on the th
last round TiioiniMNW rhoni laid a dead stymie
hut MeQurrin won the th hole h1 > le by b a slOe slOeplar sideptu
plar ptu Ia
Thompson Game to Finish FinishThompson FinishTholltpaott FinishThornpsoa
Thompson played a splendid uphill game gameill gaumueIul
ill theway tb tw way Utvooirh the tt match An or oragMinst
diiuary lIuar player would bkve lLve none me to pieces 1lecetilaJ1ihut piecesagainst
against the th deadly readl accuracy tecuc displayed by 1 1hilS
his opuouoiit oPJW nt Not so with ith Thompson He Heplayed tieplayed
played Ia ed brilliantly to the finish halving
till mh thirtyfourth hole 325 25 yards ard Jn four
This lh halo h lQ ended the match leaving two twomere two1J1 twobore
mere 1J1 ltt ttf t play Iar with McGiirrfu three up
Tho playing > was the steadiest t and the thetotal thettal thettaI
total scores the best t of any match that
has ever e been l played on th luoal J 1eoaiMsks I Jtitka
The e cards r ls were
w8teMcGurrin
McGurrin McGurrinHoles McGurrinTlolea McGurrniItk
Holes Holeslloile iItk iItkiloie 1 J a I 1
f
lloile lloileFirst t I 3 aD
First round roundTblnl S 14 4 I 4444 4 439 4 31 31Sec
Sec eeoadresnd4 r8t 4 5 4 4 1 r II iarisi a 5 5rbltl
Tblnl rwml 45415 45415Fourth 4 S 4 I 6 I S 4 1 41 U1ourth
Fourth tourthruuad roMMd S 5 4 5 5 5S 4 5 4 4 44 44Total 4 4Tot 4Tot
Tot Tot l JST JSTThompson JIjf
f Thompson ThompsonFirst
A First FlrstrOIzn5554S5444It FlrstrOIzn5554S5444ItSecIdreund7 < roaml 5 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 441 441Secattir 4 U
Secattir SecIdreund7 edlktru round ft 11 7 834645541 IS 3 3 4 4Thirdiound5437S54U 5 I i 5 41
ThlnT Third Thirdiound5437S54U round 5437554S 5437554SlonrtK 5 t I T Ii 1 4 i J C Conrl
lonrtK Fonrthroend3 onrl roaM S 5 5 4 4Total 5644 5 fI 4 S SToUl S STotal
Total ToUlOQDEN TotalOGDEN 1 1OGDEN
OGDEN BOWLING AVERAGES AVERAGESTenPin AVERAGESTenFi1 AVERAGESTenPin
TenPin Artists of Junction City Are AreNot AleN AreNot
Not N Doing as s Good Work as asThey asThey asThey
They Did last Season SeasonSaeciai SeasonS SeasonSeeial
Saeciai S Seeial ial to Th The Ilerad IleradOfrten iteraJOg4an
Ofrten 04 Oct After on one week w Ok of bowl towJin oowling bowling ¬
in ing la I Qgdan 0 the fUtitdiiig audIag of the pIers plnyarashows pbyarl8ho pIersshos
shows 8ho some surprise ell and would 9 Indicate Indicatethat Indicateth indicateth4t
that th it tito strongest tro t men of tat years 7SIt Want tottmhad Wantbad m mWid
had not yet been aWe bl to vet IIC thenujalve thenujalveinto th thnuvesinto v vinto
into their oMtlm oW t terai Th rhe ri average averagetc
tc date are sa s f otto follows TVS
folieGamel
Games Ave
Barker 3 3farsMMi 1 1larlllott UI UIaruu
farsMMi aruu 3 3d 175 J JS
d Wb VWrY rry a Ill jflM Illye 171HMNyo
M HMNyo HMNyoBaxter M Nye ye S 1 1Bxt 5 5Bxt
Bxt Baxter Baxterund r w i iLwl 1 1Iu
Lwl Iu und V M I IFlyxara l 14ft t
Fiy FIY Flyxara tr 18 v sw 4 i Iatldna y
MatkJns atkJDa atldnaWilson f
Wilson WilsonB I ir irR 1 f r 1
R Ny Nyc NycDriL 4 y 4Wi fe feDrign
Drign DriL rI iMM 7 tV h hlkn fB
tan an Dylw uyaeNaisbltt 7 a aalsbltt tH tHNulabitt
Nulabitt NaisblttMiller = alsblttlUler 5 ifi
Miller J < i l t
4 1 1 SciMider udder 3 1 1Jf i141tusiiner
Hutitmer Hu 5udder r rt 4 IC ICVhipe r rWWpfle 15S
WWpfle Vhipe Vhiperiomtu hl A 1 t 1 It
Thomas Tn riomtuhell P I 1 113 113t
Hess t w I sItowers JB
Klowerg tow t m
W H lIarJ1ick iterricktreseder rrick J JrcJer iftd iftdTroaeder
Troaeder S J4T 1
jysln JythtIeedent in
Laedsin LeedeflP IeedentFSendd t m M4
K FSendd Scnddsr SC SC11ortoa r rMorton i irt
Morton MortonleDowolI t tMcDowSll
McDowSll lcDorelJLlater 1 1llster 3Jister
llster t tUI
1 t
Van VseNss UI XMS N I f frht
WrUrht rht I IDe a aDee JIG
De D i iTaylor
Dee M q I 118
Taylor S SI zitIchartlos >
I lAJndla lAJndlaIUchar tmdin tmdinHlcnardeo
Hlcnardeo IUchar itIchartlosSeagor h hSe S SEUREKA I I
Se Seagor cec cecEUREKA
f 4EUREKA
EUREKA DOWNS PARK CITY CITYMakes CITYMakes
4 Makes Four Goals G als to Nothing In ti Sun Sunday Sunday Sunr ¬
r day Game GameKureka GameEureka Gameturka
Eureka Oct IThe The Eureka Eu Woota tdIIOatat Wootation
ion t football team today tocl defeated tn tnPark ttae ttaePark tluePark
Park city eleven by th the aeore of four fourgoalsto tOWgoals tourgoals <
goalsto goals to nothing BoUtin In justice to th tht thCity Park ParkCity h hity
City ity men It must J Ullt be HId that Vh y ill illnot did tU4Iut didttt
not ttt bring > tltelr representative texoii t I uwl uwlHureka uacAHureka udlureka
Hureka wa w wac badly crippled by the loan 9t 9tt5methurst C CSmeUmr rSmethurst
SmeUmr U who is wittering trot a b bld bldIfC btltItkg l lifg
ifg Eureka had ha the game well In and JutnUthroughout handthroughout andIhroughout
throughout and her goal COlt 1 was never In Indanger IndangQT indanger
danger Out of the four goal iworea iworeathree ItOOreithree teooresp
p three were soared by the home bonIe team the thefourtli thetourtJt thefourth
fourth one being aejit t through by It one oC oCweather orhe atthe
the he Park City layers Although the tlteather theeather
weather ather w wtendance wsi fIne there was a i small at attendance attendammo
tendance tendanceBusiness tendanceBusiness tendammoBusiness
Business Men vs Crescents Crescentseat CrescentA
A great eat amount of Interest Interest is center centeroii cntrtd cntrtdod
4 oil the games eI this U1b1evenlng thI evening In the City CityBowling CityBowlin CityBowling
Bowling = league The comiietlng conuH Uns towraa towraaare tOftmtiure tottincare
are the Business usln M Men Jet and tb tite CrMeonts CrMeontsthe
the two t ldl lendIu leadlngr tsftms in tn the league It Itwill ItwW ItwtU
will be U tile e first infteUag ot othoaw thote t ttlnua ttlnuatbls toumsthis inui inuithis
this s S Haon and It in thought a new ne rec record record raeord ¬
ord for total ioints 1 > will lx set et up by the thoWlnnt1 theSlik
Wlnnt1 Wlnnt1fk
Slik fk ur gri nry ry for 9rbuttL VillllI 1ohI 1ohIbid
bid 0 I
BASEBALL LOST A LEADING LIGHT IN INRETIREMENT
1 RETIREMENT RETI EMENT OF JIM JI HART OF CHICAGO
With the retirement from baseball last lastMonday Itlst ItlstUonda lastMonday
Monday Uonda of James A Hart president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chicago Nationals the National Nationalleague Nationalleague ttt1onalJeague
league lost one ne of Its It pillars and the game gamea
a lifelong friend There was no stancher stanchersupporter stuuchermJlporter stanchersuPporter
supporter of Oie foremost American sport sportthan sportUum sportthan
than Mr Hart and he h devoted twenty of ofthe ofl ofthe
the l e most useful years of his life to its de development developm deVelopunent ¬
velopment velopm > nt and success successMr successdr suceena1r
Mr 1r Hart though born in Glrard Pa isBEATS is isBEATS IsBEATS
BEATS BOOKS BOKSGOES1O GOES TO JAIL JAILTout4 JAILTout JAILTout
Tout at Jamaica Tract < Cooks C ofs Up a aSch aSchne j
Scheme Sch mew tQ Gel et Easy asy Money MoneyIr6inlopl Mone MoneFr one onernooi >
Ir6inlopl Fr oolS Sellers SellersRace llers llersnace llersItsce
Race Traek Jamaica N Y Oct 29 29A 29A 29A
A sanaational chase and arrest of a acounterfeiter 0countereitet acounterfeiter
counterfeiter who had been be bedt beating beatingth ums umsthe ng ngthe
the th bookies booki s by means of duplicating duplicatingbadge dupUcaUrubadge duplicatingbadge
badge numbers livened up racing here hereDetactive hereDetictlve hereietctIve
Detactive McCafferty of the Pinker Pinkertons Plnkertoni Pinkertons
tons discovered the manipulator at atVork atwork atvork
work vork at the booking stand of EngUsa EngUsaBill En EngitsitBI11 us
Bill Jackman JackmanIn J ClckmanIn
In a wild wflehaso U Lchaso < ehaso men were knocked knockeddown knockeddown
down like so many ninepins and a afftnlc apanic I
at once ensued en u > d The fugitive fugit1 fugitivejumped e I
Jumped the track railing with a score scoreof scoreof
of PJjikertons after him himWhen himWhen i
When about to bring a 3Scaliber 3ScaliberColt gScallberColt
Colt jn n action Superintendent Su erJntendent Al But Butler But1ev ¬ I
ler and Captain Conlin pounced upon uponthe uponthe I Ithe
the man and overpowered him The TheOHptivd ThetIItLV I
OHptivd t1U < was taken Into the Pinkerton Pinkertonquarters Plllk Pinkertonquarters ton
quarters where a complete badge ba 1Ce < coun counterfeiting ¬ I IterfitIng
terfeiting terf lting plant for copying cop Ifg badge num numbers numhers ¬
hers bel > and an armament arniamen of revolvers and andknives andknives andknives
knives was removed from his clothing clothingThe clothingThe clothingThe
The prisoner gave his name as Charles CharlesJohnson Chall CharlesJohnson s sJohnson
Johnson of 25 State street Albany AlbanyJohnsons AlbanyJolaeonc AlbanyJohzI
Johnsons JohzI ns alan t1anwas lan was to tostauid stand at one oneof oneof
of the big books untIl he 1 w > heard l ellp tome tomebettor fIomebtttol comebettor
bettor make u fairsized ftir Ized wager say sa sayWIll
WIll and give his badge number Then ThenJohnson ThenJohnson
Johnson would retire to a secluded seclud spot spotin spotlit
in the paddock and print on a thin blue bluenl bluel1lecoe bluepiece
nl piece ce of T paper aper matching the badge badgecolor budgecolor badgecolor
color the number given by tho man manhe Ulanh uzunheheard
he h heheard heard he rcI making the bet betThen betThen betThen
Then he pasted this number over his hisuyn hisown hisown
own badge and if the hors won he hewax heWaul hewas
wax first in line I1 to cash thereby theleb fore forestalling1 t brestalling re reIta ¬
stalling Ita lUng th tiud rightful 1lghtfutelaimant claimant of the thebet tbcbet thebet
bet He was detected by Jackmans Jackmanscashier JackmansOflsbler Jackmaniottaltier
cashier through the tb slip ltp becoming becomingloosened becomingloosvnnd
loosened on the thebadSe badge pnesemted p entedJohn entedJohnIOn John Johnson JohnOfl
son Ofl who ho also gave the name of Charles CharlesO
O Moore beat Bookmaker Gaines out outof outoC outof
of 850 and Bookmaker Holaehaug1 opt outof optot optof
of 4GO last J Bt wOek wdekLEADERS wOekLEADERS woekLEADERSIN
LEADERS IN NATIONAL NATIONALOfficial NATIONALOfficial NATIONALOficIal
Official Averages Given Out by Presi President President President ¬
dent Pulliam PulliamNew PulliamNew
v vNew
New York Oct 29 9The The official fielding fieldingaverages leldinsVlItii fieldingvrges
averages of National league players who whoarU whortJcjBal whoMrUcated
MrUcated arU rtJcjBal t d la 1 Ofte4m t1ft l or more games in inanr inany inany
any one position during durin the s aon = on of ofJ906 or100i ofi9O
J906 i9O as compiled Tjy lJ President Pulliam Pulliamwere PulliamwereYeI1 Pulliamwere
were wereYeI1 given out today The leaders fol follow folw folIQwm ¬
low IQwm IQwmFirst w
lowFlrat First Basemen BasemenMcGann McGann IcGan Xew York Yorkpercentage Yorkpercents YorICpercentage
percentage Ml MlSecond 111Seeond I Ieeond
Second Baaemen BuenumHummell Hummel Brooklyn BrooklynML Brooklrnrblrd BrooklynThird
ML MLThird Third Basemen BasemenHoeltkUer Hoelsketter St Louis LouisOTi Louism LouisShorUltoJ8Corcoran LouisTt
OTi Tt TtShortstopaCoreoran
OTiShoruttopfl Shoruttopfl ShorUltoJ8Corcoran Corcoran Cincinnati 952 952Q 9 9OttJw 9i2QntloIder4eJuiey
Q OttJw QntloIder4eJuiey tifflr r < Ja cualer ley PHtsburg 1000 1000PUcTWreSparks 1000Plt 1000PtteTwrsSparks
PUcTWreSparks Plt 1eriSparks Philadelphia Walker WalkerCincinnati WalkerCincinnati
Cnrin Cincinnati nati Robertaille Pittaburg P1U bur ana anaPfeffer anaPtter anuPfetfer
Pfeffer Chicago each 1000 1000Catchers 1000Catchersloran 1000CatchersMoran
Catchers Catchersloran Moran Boston 986 986VICTIM 9Si 980VI
i VICTIM VICTIM VI CT1 M OF GRAiN GRAIN DEALERS DEALERSCashier DEALERSCashier DEALERSICashier
Cashier of Buffalo Bank Kills Him Himself Himself Himself ¬
self Whije Despondent DespondentUttca DespondentUUeo DespondentUtica
Utica N Y Oct 20 2gThe The body of ofH orII ofii
II J Blook cashier c ot the Citizens Citizensk
b k i k of Buffalo a state institution institutionva InsUtutiofond institutionfound
va found today In a culvert eulvertat at York YorkTills YorkTIII Yorkvilla
Tills TIII ft suburb Block had committed committedauiolde committedulokIe committedtioIde
auiolde tioIde by b shooting evidently while whiledespondent whUe4Npondent whiledoupondent
despondent over allure to obtain a asettlement
settlement from the WhitneyEckstein WhitneyEcksteinL WhitneyEcksteineomm WhitneyEckcteineGinintay
L eomi eomm eGinintay > any grain rain merchants m rchanlii on the Buf
tale chamber of ofcommelce commerce of debts debtsI
j i I they Owed edon on notes secured by ware waroI WaT11DUM warehouse
I 11DUM house receipts rt rscelptThe ceipti ceiptiI
I I The officials of the bank vsay sa that thatBJockf th thatIoeke t
BJockf I Ioeke c t accounts cCunt are le ratghr ht t r 08Itt xotfor so 08Itttor t tfor
11 for to th thebui hed loans 10 10I loa loaJouh 7 7Jotftph
I Jotftph J h Blockfather 13toc14 atherpfho ther oftho tho dead man manht mankrMIent
ht TwsniSent jfzent of thrbfink thrbfinkG tb oollk 0
G Pi 11 e4 Seller vice vlC president said saidTe suidlJt saidhe
Te lJt he bank Wd1t is i mot iuiiimPuire WJlm lrapalre lred d in any way wayIs wayTeto1 a amIt1
mIt1 Is r l5not not the slightest reflection reflectionthe rt reileetlout1he4iontsy Iectionwetn
wetn 1he4iontsy the ihebOnoS 4ion ty y and ndlnte nd Integrity rU of the thef theA
t A Ij beiieft e1 be howas was the vJ viejim viejimif lm lmfit
fit f wrongdoing 1on oing ofUiose of ofthosewardbOUtue tllOie ruraTiOUBe ur hoU e w woeipt leoeIpt reglpt
oeipt he accepted ac < epted as Jl111ple wple aecullty aeculltytor ecuitUjot secuiltyur
jot ur tK the loans Ikns made m de to tothem tothemTkEDEATHRECORD them themTHE
0 0rHE
rHE THE TkEDEATHRECORD TkEDEATHRECORDT DEATH RECORD RECORDT
T K Ryan RyanfUj RyanaA
fUj 48 lri Francis ci6 20 O Oct t 2t Mfr T K Kyan Kyanasrivaecivuuy lYilntSlllI Hyaritzaastwetsecreta
tSlllI tzaastwetsecreta asrivaecivuuy ecr tl4Y y of the TntimaMoral TntimaMoralDowager TnlolI1ti 1i tdrwit tiO ol olJPtbarhood I Iptberhood
JPtbarhood ptberhood j f G Centeat ne l titlC lri tlltl tlltltdou1y UI UIut
ut tdou1y ly today todayDowager todayDowager
Dowager Duchess Duchcssdc de Luyncs LuynesParis LuyncsParts LuyncsParis
Paris Oct 80 3OTr TIii Dowager Duch Duch4m Duehq
4m q t I 4uynes uynes who was born De la 111oehtoucnuld Iaoelu
1 0 oehtoucnuld oelu h foucuuld dtsd today from apo apoptexy apojlex apeu apeEdward
ptexy jlex u
Edward Harding HardingBofton Hardingn Hardin13o1oa
Bofton n Oct 28 2UEdvJd Sd ard HJU Uas l lmJUkinalre a antillkiiiair amltiiUiuaire
ntillkiiiair dry dr goods oods tonunJsglQn mer merchant merhalt merehaiit ¬
chant led f suddenly At t his home here heretonight herelontrbt heretonIght
tonight of heart disease aged as q CO COMEMORIAL COMEMORIAL COMEMORIAL
MEMORIAL SERVICES SERVICESColumbus SERVICESColumbus SERVICESColumbus
Columbus 0 Oct 30 2OIomortal 2OIomortallorvlces 89Memorialservices Memorial Memorialservices
services to the late SlrHenry Sir 11 Henry ell IY Irving Irvingwerovheia IrvingWaN ivingwaiY1eiti
werovheia WaN helc1 at Trlnltj Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurchtonight Episcopal church churcht churchtonight
tonight t nlgftL Rev Re J W V Atwood who is isnation j5natlQnal Isnatioflal
nation natlQnal chaplain of the Actors ActorsChurch ActorAChnQJ1 AetoraChur
Church Chur alliance delivered a enlogy enlogyEXCPRSION enloirEXCPRSION eniogyEXCPRSIONTO
f fIexlco
EXCPRSION EXCPRSION EXCPRSIONTO TO MEXICO MEXICOMexico I
4 Mexico City CIl Oct 29 29An An excursion exourslontrain excursiontrMn 4 4train +
+ train bringing brhutnf Mormons from Salt + f I
4 4 Luke City Clt will arrive this woek Jlor 1Ior1II0D 4 4njoQ +
4 njoQ nogguunts ftgint IlJiu t have hR 6 purchased over fflfc OO O OIub1I + 4 4f
+ f 011I W ttfcf4 Iub1I ct of land In the th ut t J of Oax OaxR Oa Oa4a 4 4Vtt + I
4a + Vtt R Tel cglojiizAtlou Tiurpoaati tlurp051if 4
f + + f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + ± + + + + + + + 4 + I
descended from old Connecticut Yankee Yankeestock Yankeetock YankeeMoek
stock and the th city of Hartford was named namedafter namedafter namedafter
after one of his ancestors He 1e is now DO DOyears 50eafS O Oyears
years eafS old but spry 8PTer r and more agile than thanmany thanm thanmany
many m n men of 30 Mercantile pursuits en engrossed engrossed eu1 eu1grossed ¬
grossed his youth outb and he was in business businessat
at Louisville about twenty twent years ears ago agowhen osowhen agowhen
when he became a director ot the old oldLouisville oldLou1 oldLouisville
Louisville Lou1 ville club and embarked upon tho tholife tholiCe thurlife
life he has since followed Mr Hart liked likedbaseball likedbaseball likedbaseball
baseball and baseball liked him His sub subsequent subsequent subsequent ¬
sequent career care up to tho time qf his loca location locaUon location ¬
tion at Chicago was S almost kaleidoscopic kaleidoscopicHe kal idoscopic idoscopicHe
He was a magnate In the lod Northwest Northwesterr
err league first met Frank rank Selee who whowas whowas whowas
was running runfn the Qshkoah team wnile wnileJames wnlloJames wnileJames
James A had interests in Milwaukee Mr MrHart MrHart MrHart
Hart then thenbecumo been became me t 6 > magnate la n Boston Bostonand Bostonand Bostonranti
and later was sent to England In the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to make the Britons become base baseball baBebaJJ baseball ¬
ball fiends Ho helped organize two or orthree orthree orthree
three strong little lajieues I ues in England and andran andcan andcan
can tell a multitude of good stories on the thoBritons t11eBritons theBritons
Britons and their ways waysReturning wa waysReturnins s sReturnlnp
Returning from England En land in ii 1S8 1SD Mr MrHart MrHart MrHart
Hart remained sole head of tiLe Chicago Chicagoclub Chicagoclub Chicagoclub
club and a power J in upper leagues clr clrilts clrdtS cirLItS
ilts He was a diplomat and yet a fear fearless fearJss fearloss ¬
less fighter Sometimes he was with one onefaction oneraHon uncfattion
faction sometimes another and a d generally generallymanaged generallYrnanageu generallymanageu
managed to come out on top even in his hisfrequent hisfrequent hisfrequent
frequent batttles with Andrew Freedman FreedmanOther FretdmanOther FeethnanOther
Other interests meanwhile began to take takeup taltcup takeup
up some of Harts time He H had a hand handin handIn handin
in the big bl land deals of A G Spalding Spaldingand Spaldingand Spaldingand
and more recently In a bis bl gravel com company complln cornPaul ¬
Paul plln Out of his hi various profits he hubought hehought hetiought
bought R splendid mansion on the North NorthShore NorthShore orth orthShore
Shore and reared a fine family in princely
luxury luxUl luxUlOf
Of late the gravel business and the land landspeculation landspeculation landspeculations
speculation bejan ber n t tl make inroads on
baseball hours Mr Ir Hart finally decided decidedto
to lay la mv down the reins and Charles W WMurp V VMurphy VMurphy
Murphy Murp l turned up as a logical successor successorMr successorfr
Mr fr Murphy invested In a big bl chunk of ofclub ofclub ofclub
club stock and throw himself into the ac active active active ¬
tive work of the team He took the helm helma
a week ago when wht > n James A Hart one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the most amiable and jovial of magnate magnatewell In iungnataswell gnatoS gnatoSwell
well liked by all who knew him passed passedfrom passedtrom passedfrom
from the great game he so long adorned adornedAUSTRALIANS adornedAUSTRALIANSAFTER
1 1AUSTRALIANS
AUSTRALIANS AUSTRALIANSAFTER AFTER JEFF JEFFRetired JEFFRetired JEFFRetired
Retired ChampionReceives Offer to toFight to1ight toFight
Fight Heavyweight in the Land Landof La Landof d dof
of the Kangaroo KangarooSan o v vSan f fSnn
San Francisco Francl eo Oct 28 294tt At lust It looks looksas
as though James J Jeffries may ma find an anopponent anopponent anopponent
opponent opponentJohnv opponentJOhn opponentJohns
Johns JOhn Wren a philanthropist plrtlanthr ist of Mel Melbourne Melbourne 1el 1elbourne ¬
bourne Australia Austr lla has authorized Me MeFarland McParland
Farland to approach Jeffries and make makeI mnltChim makehim
I him an offer of 510000 to meet the th winner winnerof
l of the th SquiresKenrlck fight Besides the
10000 purse Mr Ir Wren will allow Jeffries JeffriesJ2EOO JeffrlcsfOO JeffrIesLf0o
J2EOO Lf0o fOO traveling and training expenses expensesIf e pen5CS
If Jeffries declines the mutch the th same sameoffer s samaoffer me meoffer
offer will ill be extended to Bill McColl to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet the winner McColl Is heavyweight heavyweightchampion
champion of the Antipodes AntipodesLocal AntipodesLocal AntipodesLocal
Local sporting men do not think that thatthe thatthe
the 10000 offer made by the Melbourne Melbourneman
man will attract much favorable consider consideration com conideratlon ltler ltleratloll ¬
ation from Jeffries JeffriesSquires JeffriesSquires
Squires has been heard of in America Americabefore
before but if anyone here knows any anythin an anything
thin thing about Kenrlck it must mu t be coma die distant ¬
tant relative r lathe residing in this country countryPACIFIC countryPACIF eountryPACIFICCOAST
PACIFIC PACIF PACIFICCOAST C COAST LEAGUE LEAGUEI
San Francisco o Oct 20 itThe The Portland Portlandteam Portlandte
team te m dropped both games today todayto to Sun SunFrancisco SunI Sanlrunclsco
Francisco irIn sco In the morning neither pitch pitcher pitcherwashi ¬
I er erwashi waS was hit hl hard but the locals had tho thoknack thoknack theknHck
knack of getting their hits together Jn Jnthe litthe
the afternoon the northerners were shut shuti shutout shutout
i out on account of their weakness weaknecswitli with tth the thei thestick
i I stick Hitt pitched an unusually unuliuRII strong stronggame stronsI stronggame
game ame San Francisco l gbt half of their thltrdozen theirdozen thOirI
I dozen hits in the final inning and that thatsettled thatsettled thatsettled
settled the result Score ScoreMorning SooreMornln SeersMorning
Morning came I R H E EPortland EPortland BPortland
Portland 1 7 7San 2 2San 9San
San Francisco 0 f 9 1 1BatteriesEss 1BatteriesEcsck
Batteries BatteriesEss Esslck j cle and McLean llcL n Williams Williamsand Williamsand Williamsand
and She SheAfternoon Shim ShimAfternoon SheaAfternoon
Afternoon game R II1 II1Portland U Hrtland E EJr
Portland Jr rtland I r d t 0 2 t tauublraneiseo 2 2Saii
Saii an auublraneiseo Kreuolseo VLf 7 1 1BatterlesGarln 151 151BatteriesGarvin Jt
7 BatteriesGarvin ftnrtSuew and iitl tsuees Suess Hitt and andShea andShea rtd rtdShea
Shea UmpireMcCarthy UmpireMcCarthyLos Lmplre I < Cartb CartbLos
Los Angeles Oct 29 29SeatUe Seattle defeated defeatedLos defeatedLos efeatedLos
Los Angeles today by b the score of 1 1to to U oin UIn Uin
in a pitchers battlebetwoen W Vltall < Hall for forthe forthe forthe
the locals and C Hall for tho visitors visitorsThe visitorslhe visItorsThe
The Los Angeles twirler had slightly the thebetter tbebetter thebetter
better of the argument allowing but five fivehits fhehits fivehits
hits while the horn team secured sis sishits sl slhits stghits
hits from their opponent opponen Errors by the thelocals thelocals thelocals
locals lost the game Score ScoreLos
TI 11 E ELos BLos
Los Angeles 0 5 6 5 5S 5 5Seattle
Seattle S 1 S 1 1Butteries 1Bl1tterlesV 1BntteriesW
Butteries Bl1tterlesV W Hall and Eager C Hall llauand Halland haiLand
and Frary lror Umpire t plrePQrrine rnpirePorrlneOakland plrePQrrineOakland Pcrrine PcrrineOakland
Oakland Oct 29 9TacomJl Tacoma was defeated defeatedIn defeatedIn
In two closely played games by the Oak Oakland Oakhunl ¬
land team today tod Both games ltmes were pitch pitchers pitchers pitchera ¬
ers contests In the forenoon Oakland Oaklandentered Oaklandentered Oaklandentered
entered the eighth inning innln with the score
1 to 0 against them Then they t ey touched touchedBrown touchedBtOwn touchedBrown
Brown for three hits and made a couple coupleof
of runs that gave g e them Victory Ictor In the theafternoon theurternoon theafternoon
afternoon Ke Keefe fe for Tacoma was in splen splendid splendid splendid ¬
did form form allowing only two hits but his hissupport hissupport hissupport
support was not giltedged and Oakland Oaklandwon Oaklandwon Oaklandwon
won on misplays Score ScoreMorning Scorelorull1g ScoreMorning
Morning game R R II E ETacoma ETaconl BTacoma
Tacoma 1 5 2 2Oakland 2Oakland
Oakland 2 5 2 2UatterlesBrown 2BatteriesBrown
Batteries UatterlesBrown Brown and Hogan Hogan Hoganand Hoganand Hoganand
and McMurray McMurrayAfternon McMurrayAfternongamo IcMurrt1 IcMurrt1Afternoilgamo
Afternon Afternoilgamo game R IL IT E ETacoma ETac01na ETacoma
Tacoma 0 > 6 > t tOllklnnd 4Oakland 1 1Oakland
Oakland t 2 2 2BatteriesKeefo 0 0Batteries 0BatterJlfII
Batteries BatteriesKeefo Keofo Qfo and Hogan Iburg and andByrnes tindBnn andByrnes
Byrnes Bnn s Umpire tmplreDals tmplreDalsTie Davis DavisTie
Tie Football Game GameThe GameThe GameTue
The Star Buckers and the Thistle Buck Buckera Buclterg Buckera
era played a ijothingnothinp game amo at atLiberty utUbelt atLiberty
Liberty Ubelt park yesterday The latter team teamoutweighed teamoutweighed teamoutweighed
outweighed their opponents by ttt least leastten leastten leastten
ten ourtds to the man manGROVER manGROVER manGROVER
GROVER CLEVELAND CLEVELANDPLANTS CLEVELANDPLANTS CLEVELANDPLANTS
PLANTS MAPLE TREE TREENebraska TREENebraska TREENebraska
Nebraska City Clt Neb Oct 29 29Grover 29GroverCleveland 29GroverCleveland Grover GroverCleveland
Cleveland and his party left for the theeast theenst theeast
east tonight on a special train During Duringthe DurIngthe Duringthe
the day dft Mr Cleveland planted a maple mapletree mapletree mapletree
tree in Morton park parkPROMISE 1arkPROMISE tuarkPROMISE
PROMISE OF JEROME JEROMEe
4 + New e York Oct 2b 2 2Distrlct District At Attorney Attome Attorney +
+ torney tome Jerome stated tonight that thatIf thatif + f
4 + if elected he would woul apply to the theboard + f ff
+ 4 f board Of O estimates of New York YorkCit + f fCity
+ 4 City Cit for to money to retain l taln Charles CharlesE +
+ E Hughes as special counsel to tof toprosecute toprosecute +
I + f prosecute the insurance men if iff Ift Ifan +
+ f any an were found criminally guilty guUlH + f fHALLOWEISN
t
tff + + + + + + + + + 4 + + H 4 + + + t + t + + + + i + t + t + + + t I ILocal
tIIt
IIt IIt9cal
Local 9cal Briefs BriefsHALlOWEEN BriefsHALLOWEICN
HALlOWEEN BALUA Halloween Halloweenball HnJloweonball Jlalioweonbail
ball will be given g en Monday evening 8v Qng at the theKnights theKnishts tueKnights
Knights of Columbus iyul by b 8ie iie e Ladles LsdleaAuxiliary LadlesAuxiliary LadlesAuxiliary
Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad RailroadTrainman Railroadlrainmon RailroadTrainmen
Trainman t tl JlEDERL IFEDERAL
l FEDERAL COURT CVSESM CASjSIembcrs CASjSIembcrsof Jnbers Jnbersof
of the bar meet in the n new w government governmentbuilding governmentbuilding oernniontbuilding
building at atlO 10 a m n Monday fonda for settle settlement settleinent ¬
ment of jury cases in tho federal court courtMEETING courtIJETIlG courtMEETING
MEETING > OF I DIESThe LADIE The ladies la ies of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Central Christian church entertained entertainedin
in honor of Mrs Pinkerton last Friday FridayI lirlda lirldafterno1l Fridayefternoun
I Hfternaon at the home of Mrs 11S Mehsa MehsaThere MeUseTJlcro MeiisuThere
There jyor pore or abjmt ah t fifty flft present A short shortmusical shottmuslc shortiitusie
musical muslc l prograhime prograihmqtnU and nd a social time timewere timewere timewere
were enjoyed by b all allTHREE uUTHREE nilTIFJREI
THREE BOYS ARRESTBDFredsriok ARRESTBDFredsriokFranklin ARRESTBDFredarioltFrankhn riclt ricltFrankl
Franklin Frankl aged 12 12i William Ryan aged is isUilU 13alJd i iand
and UilU i Hom Homer VJUCJ r tfUV lIcCnrd MeCftrdy k Ujr nbUU aged 1 12 i were OB OBrested au aurested iiirested
rested yesterday y te1dny afternoon by b Police Of Officers Offieers Ofleers ¬
leers Thomas MUner and Charles Evans Evansfor Eanafor Evansfor
for breaking Into the building formerly formerlyoccupied formerfoccupied formerlyoccupleul
occupied by tho Carstensen Alirton AlirtonMusic A11110nMusic AThionMusic
Music company at 82 2 Main street Tho Thoboys 1Jlohl1 Tueboys
boys wore caught in the act of carrying carryingoff
off several secru small musical instruments instrumentswhich inlJtrumentawhich Instrumentswhich
which were damaged by I tho recent fire fireNo fireo fireNo
No o charge was preferred prof rret1 against thenntH them themand themanti
and ntH the ho boys will be brought bro s t before JUd JUdW1111s 3ids 3idsWillis tmdgu tmdguwiii
Willis Brown roWn of the thejuvelUio juvenile court courthas courtTROTgRBRJ4GS
t
TROTgRBRJ4GS R tNGS f 350Q 50Q 50Qmrmln
mrmln TROfI l1 Jd Q < E Ooc
has bmigh bmighSoar trouor E mJ Jl JlS01Or
Soar S01Or of tills uU ully fdr r f fKSQ 0
MESSAGES FROM FROMTHE FROMTHE FROMTHE
THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTCant PRE SIOENT SIOENTCant
Cant Lose Roosevelt Even on the theDeep th thDeep theDeep
Deep and andDark JJ Dark rk Blue El BIu e Ocean OceanWORKING OQe OceanWORKING n nWORKING
WORKING THE WIRELESS WIRELESSUSUAL
d dI
I U5UAL USUAL AMOUNT MOUNTOF OFMATTEFl OF M MATTEiO MATTEiOTIIEPRESS iTT ftQt ftQtTHE FOR FORTHE
THE TIIEPRESS TIIEPRESSAugustIn PRESS PRESSSt >
J JI JSt
I
St AugustineFla Aususiine F1l Oct Octwireless 29 T4e T4ewireless fJewireJess
wireless telegraph station st4U n h have ft has hasbeen liasbeen Ia Iabeen
been in communication c inmunlca lon with t > h hcruiser ha hacruiser 1e 1ecruiseI
cruiser West Virginia during all last lastnight lWitnight lastnight
night and today r rMessages rMeSages rMessages
Messages during durimi the nigh night conveyed oonvsyedi tJOne conveyednews ed ednews
i news that the president presid rt was wa will w ll and andthoroughly ani anithoroughly
thoroughly enjoying ih the voya Yl voyage s with withline wlthflne wbthtine
line weather up to t tu ihat tin lilJH The Thecruiser 1 ihecruiser he hecruiser
cruiser had not oucoMuUred mcm r d rough roughweather Nughweather yQugliweather
weather until shortly after noon to today todtlt today ¬
day when nearing Savannah S it i van vaninto raninto
into the storm which is prevailing prevailingalong p1evalUnsalong preraiingalong I
along the coast coastLast coastLast coastLast
Last night n ght AdmiralBrownson Admiral Brownsonsave gave a abanquet i1banquet abanquet
banquet to the officers of the West WestVirginia WastVlrglnia WestVirginia
Virginia and her consorts in honor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the president The usual Saturday Saturdayevening SaturdnyevenIng Saturdayevening
evening band concert aboard abo sd W Was Wasanother 8S 8Sanother H Hanother
another enjoyable feature for the th presi president PlQfildent proIdent ¬
dent dentThe dentThe dentThe >
The West est Virginia and her consorts consortspassed consortspassed consortspassed
passed by St St Augustine shortly after afterG att r
3 oclock oclockUlls this t1iI morning The vessels vesselswere veaselswere vesselswere
were nearly nearl 100 miles off ff the cos c coast coastMayor ut utIayor at atMayor
Mayor Boyce Bo ce in behstlf of the t e citizens citizensof
of St Augustine sent a message to the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president from this station pffering pfferingcongratulations pfrerlngcongratulations pfferthgcongratulations
congratulations and best wishes for a asafe asafe asafe
safe and pleasant voyage The mrs incssacre mrsSnl incasace
sacre Snl was received and acknowlrtfi acknmlacbodThe d dThe
The station here picked up a number numberof
of messages which were Uelng trans transmitted transmitted rays raysmnitted ¬
mitted to the president most of which whichwere Whilhwere whichwere
were words of congratulation and best bestDishes bfstwlsl1es bcstwishes
Dishes from governors and ap l h huga n r i cf cffieials efficialsaU tffidalsali
fieials ficialsaU all over the th country Th T Tie t presi presidential presidential T f fdentinl ¬
dential fleet was reported off Satan Satannah Satannah Safannah
nah about 2oclock this afternoon The Theships Theships Theships
ships were well weUout out to sea ajid making makingremarkable makingremarkable makingremarkable
remarkable speed notwithstanding notwithstandingthe notwithstandingtheluigli
the theluigli high winds windsEXCHANGE wIndsEXCHANGE windsEXCHANGE
EXCHANGE OF MESSAGES MESSAGESMayor MESSAGESMayor MESSAGESMayor
Mayor of Savannah Sends Flash and andGets andGets andGets
Gets Reply ReplySavannah ReplySaannal1 ReplySavannah
Savannah Ga Oct 20 20The The follow following followfng following ¬
ing wireless exchanges exch ngc today between betweenthe betweenthe bettseeuithe
the mayor ma or of Savannah and the th presi president pre prestdent i idpnton ¬
dent dpnton on board the cduiaer West Vir Virginia VIrginia VIrginia ¬
ginia giniaSavannah giniaSavannah giniaSavannah
Savannah Ga Oct 29 29President 29PresidentTheodore 29PresidentTheodore President j
Theodore Roosevelt fm n board the thecruiser thecruiser thecruiser
cruiser West Virginia = In behalf of the thecitizens thecitizens thecitizens
citizens of Savannah I congratulate congratulateyou
you ou upon your our capture of the southern southernpeoples southernpeoPles southernpeoliles
peoples hearts and wish you ou a safe safereturn safereturn safereturn
return to the capital Herman Myers Myersmayor Myersmayor Ije1smayor
mayor of Savannah SavannahU
U S S West Virginia YirginiaTo To Mayor MayorHerman MayorHerman taor taorHerman
Herman Myers Savannah Ga GaI GaItl I Ithank Ttlmnk
thank tl nk you ou and the citizens of Savan Savannph SwanI Savann1i
nph n h most heartily Theodore Theo ore Roose Roosevelt Rooseyelt Roomvelt ¬
I velt veltThe The West Virginia Vir inia at 9 oclock to tonight tonlht tonight ¬
night was almost directly opposite or oreast oreast oreast
east of Savannah and between ISO and
200 miles out at sea At that time the theoperator theOPHutOI theoperator
operator aboard aboirdthe the West Virginia re reported report reo reoported ¬
ported port ad here that there was a strong strongsoutheast stron stronIouthcast strongsoutheast
southeast breeze blowing and a very verychoppy verychoPPY verychoppy
choppy sea All aboard were well wellMaking weUMaking wellMaking
Making Good Progress ProgressUnited ProgressUnited ProgresUnited
United States Flagship FJa hlP West rest Vir VirInSa Virginia Virginia
ginia InSa off Savannah Ga Oct 20 9A 29Astiong 9AtronJ A Astronpr
stronpr freeze lreoze from from the northeast has haskicked h haskicked s s1lc
kicked 1lc ed up a heavy hea sea but notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing the these se unfavorable circum circumstances circumstances circumnstances ¬
stances the squadron has maintained an anaverage anaveage anaverage
average speed of twenty knots from fromJunker fromTnnih fromTuniter
Junker Tnnih > r light to the present point thus thusbreaking1 thusbreaking
breaking all records for any squadron squadronin I
in our navy naY This morning mornin the tli entire entireorew enUrerew entirecrew
crew rew was mustered aft and Prftsdent PrftsdentRoosevelt Pr PrerJentRoosevelt dent dentRoosevelt
Roosevelt delivered a short addr address aa to tothem tothem tothem
them The president has spent most mostof mostI mostof
of the day on the th forward brjdge br dc vrith vrithAdmiral vithAdmiral Hh HhAdmiral
I Admiral Browngbn BrowngbnThanks BrQwn BrowndI BrowndIThanks n nThanks
Thanks to New Orleans OrleansNew OrleansNew OricanaNew
New Orleans Oct 20 2JMnyor Mayor Behr Behrman Be11rman Bebrman
man tonight received the following followingmessage foJ1 followingmeSsage wlnS wlnSmesta
message mesta e from President Roosevftlt RoosevftltOn
On board the flagship fl lrshlp West Virginia Virginiaat
at sea via Savannah Ga Oct 29 29To 29Tofayo1 29ToMayor To ToMayor
Mayor fayo1 Behrman Eel1rm n New Orleans Or1eanst Or1eanstI OrlennsTheartily T Ti
i heartily thank you and the oity tt of 01New
I New Orleans for the magnificent hos hospitality hospitality liospitality ¬
pitality given me Theodore Roose Roosevelt UooseYelt htoocerelt ¬
velt
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I
WORST WORSTONRECQRD WORSTONRECQRDStartling ON RECORD RECORDStartling I Istartling
Startling Facts FactsConcarnihg Concerning Enter Enterprise EnterpriseBank Enterprim ¬
prim priseBank Bank Failure FailurePittsburg FailurePiUsbur FailuroPittabur
Pittsburg Pa Oct ct 29 2nl1e Tne Post to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow will say HI If every penny of the
100 per cent assessment against the stock stockof JltockI stockof
of the Enterprise E National bank is paid paidthe paidthe pldthe
the depositors dopo > ltors will 111 not get more than t 10 10tents 10lonts 10Lants
I tents on the dollar That is the opinion opinionof
of the government officials at Washing Washington ¬
ton to whom thfe th corps of federal ex experts 0 oxports ¬
ports pe rts who 1 hO are at work Olk on tlio tJi banks con condition condlUon eondillon ¬
I dillon here have reported reportedStartling reportedStartling reportedStartling
Startling fact as s to the extent o < ttnt of the thefailure thefailure thefailure
failure havo developed The Th department departmentofficials depurtmentofficials
officials brand it an > the worst wreck on onrecord 011record onrecord
record Not only does It appear that ev every tWor orOry ¬
ery or asset of the institution fU UtUtion was borrowed borrowedor
or stolen hut that through the re rehypothecation reo reoh rehypotiiecttion
hypothecation h J othecJUon of notes and nd securities the thebank thebank thebank
bank owes owes in ejtcer ejtcerhad of ° eefYthlnS it over overhad overhad
had hadAMERICAN hadAMERICAN
1 1AMERICAN
AMERICAN MINING MININGENGINEER MININGENGiNEER MININGENGINEERMURDERED
ENGINEER ENGINEERMURDERED ENGINEERMURDEREDSun MURDERED MURDEREDSun
Sun Francisco Oct 29 9PuuenScrs Passengers ar arriving arrhing arrivlng ¬
riving today on the > steamer City Cft of To Topeka Topeka Topeku
peka from the Mexican coast CI > IUit brjijg a astory tstor astory
story stor of the death < cath of John ODoa an anAmerican anAmerIcan anAmerican
American mining engineer who was mur murdered mtlrI niurdutreti ¬
I dared Home weeks ago while on hisway hiswayfrom lila way wayfrom
I from Hermosillo the capital of R aonOrtl aonOrtlto < moro moroto >
to the mines in the interior of the state stateODea lillateODen etateODea
ODea was formerly identified l with min mining minIng nuning ¬
ing in this state He sailed some weeks weeksago weekSago weeksago
ago for Guayamae Gua amaB and upon reachlnz reachlnzHermosillo teachlnl reachluiHermosiblo
Hermosillo engaged a Mesa or nativs nativsservant n th thtlervant tit titservant
servant to guidp him to mines in the In Interlor hlterlor 1fltenor
terlor terlorWhen terlorVllen tenor1T1efl
When only six miles mH s out of Hermosillo Hermosilloaccording HermosIlloaccording Hermnosliloactording
according to the story brought by r the theCity th thCity thoCity
City of Topeka ODea was sliot hi0t in the thaback thuba thebuck
back ba lt by b his Mexican guide gul e His body bodywas 100 100was bodywas
was found bytravelers by tr travelers velers and taken to loUtr loUtrmq Her Hermosillo liarmqsilio ¬
mosillo mq fllo
4lGOINGTOOFAST fa faGOING
GOING GOINGTOOFAST GOINGTOOFASTSt TOO FAST FASTSt
St Louis Autoists Arrested Arrest d by uislot uislotgpuL < > hot hotgun hotgunU >
gun gunU Patrol PatrolSt
St Louis Oct 29 2Vinownt Vincent Kerens I emi son sonof Ionor sonof
of Colonel R C Kerens Mnrjon Lambert Lamberta Ja011 > et eta
a wholesale drug dru merchant August Gob G9hner Gehnero Gobner
ner capitalist and F H 1 arliion general generalmanager gonomlmanager generalmanager
manager of tha St LouisSoutnwostprn LouisSoutnwostprnrailway LouisSouthwost rn rnrailway
railway were arrested qrreste l herip hieru today to by J a ashotgun It5hotg1Jn m mshotgun
shotgun patrol sent PI out by tIp t sheriff sherifftuliarged shoriffcharged Qrur Qrur1harged
charged with wUhsee saeedlns < in their automobile automobiletoo utomo1iUtOQ
too last la t The members of the patrol p trol wero werostationed weroswtl werestationed
stationed swtl ned In t the o roadway 3iOO feet apart apartNETHER30LE apartarmed apartarmed
armed with rl rifles l and d atop top Wt WtNETHERSOLE wetNETHERSOLE
NETHERSOLE WIlL ASSIST ASSISTChicago ASSISTChlcaSQOct ASSISTChicago
Chicago ChlcaSQOct Oct 29 21LOIga 9 OJga Nelhorsole NoLhn olc to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night volunteered to financially assist assistthe asailittha assistthe
the Chicago Womans club enterprise enterprisefor Qnt prt prttor
for the establishment of an annrt art theatte theattein tbeotJoin theattein
in Chicago ChicagoAMERICAN ChicagoAM ChicagoAMERICAN
AMERICAN AM ERICAN GETS MEDAL MEDALVonlco MEDAlVOJ1lc MEDALVenice
Venice Oat O Oot29lEiitt t 29rsCha 29 1 e jury jU ot 9 pw pwtCrnattonal JeJrJ JeJrJ10rna Uie Uietcrnatiotml
tcrnatiotml 10rna UonaI Art rt exhibition 11ib1l10ft has 1ij t opn opna m Ir9ji Ir9jia r rn
a bold tld mortal m lul op thg tl thi 1 Americwtpuj Americwtpujj A AmerIcltiplulflti1iJ 1erl t p ntPr ntPrJ
j K Shinmon 0
THREE DEATHS DEATHSAND n DEATHSAND TH r rANDHEAVYLOSS
AND ANDHEAVYLOSS ANDHEAVYLOSSisaster HEAVY HEAVYLOSS HEAVYLOSSIlisaster LOSS LOSSDisaster
Disaster isaster Following FollowingBursting Bursting of Water WaterMain WaterNajit
4 Main in Chicago ChicagoSEVERAL Chi go goiSEVERAL
F FSEVERAL
SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED INJUREDDUMBER INJUREDr INJUREDNUMBER INJUREDNUMBER
r
DUMBER NUMBER OF BUSINESS BUSINESS HOUSES HOUSESFLOODED HOUSESFL HOUSESFLOODED
FLOODED FLOODEDChicago FL FLOODEDL E EC <
L
Chicago C Cli caqo Oct 29 29Thrcc 29Three Three lives JlV 6 were lost lostproperty los losPto lostpfoperty
property Pto ert valued at 158000 15 000 was destroyed destroyedscores destroyedSqores ostroedsopres
scores of amllios were mado homeless homelessasd homelessaad homeless1d
asd freieht traffic on tha Nickel Ickel Plate Platerailroad PlatorttUroad Platerailroad
railroad was delayed for several hours as asthe I1St astlrdsu1t
the t tlrdsu1t cr result sult of the breaking of a water main mainat maInalEIhtoenth mainat
at J3ihtoenth and Clark streets today todayThe todarTpe todayTle
The fatalities resulted Indirectly from the thebursting theb thebtzrsting
bursting b rsting of of4thtc the water waterpipe pipe which flooded floodedthe flOOdedthe floodedthe
the immediate neighborhoodtol neighborhood for several severalblocks sceralbJocks severalblocks
blocks damaging a number of business businesshouses businessI businesslmQuees I
houses Two of the persons who lost tntsu tntsulives tflarlives
lives were overcome O > lcome by b gas in the Illi Illinois IIIl11Qis JillUQis ¬
nois tunnel at Eighteenth Street and Ar Armour Arincur r rmaur ¬
incur avenue while attempting to ascer ascertain ascertain mimertam ¬
tain tam if i the flood had damaged tno tnopropert property propertyof
of the company ompan The other death was the theresult tberesult theremit I
result of a shQck to an invalid who awoke awokeand awokeAnd awokeand
and found her room flooded with water waterSeveral waterSeeral waterSeveral
Several persons were injured in the flood floodwhile tloodwhile floodwhile
while attemotina to recover the bodies bodiesof bodiesof bodiesof
of the two men suffocated in the tunnel tunnelThe tunnelThe tunneLThe
The Dead DeadMichael DeadUChd1 DeadMichael
Michael Barry o shaft superintendent of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Illinois Tunnel company overcome by bygas b bS btrIcl bygas
gas S
gasPatrick Patrick trIcl Barry Barri master mechanic for the thetunnel thetuimel thetunnel
tunnel company cOU1pan overcome by gas gasMrs sasrs gasMrs
Mrs rs Lottie Hainlin HainlinThe HamlinThe HamnllnThe
The Injured InjuredJohn InjuredJolm InjuredJohn
John Casey cas overcome by b gas while atm atvtempting1 nt atmtempting
tempting to rescue resc e the Barry brothers brotherscondition brothersconaitlon brothersconeltiun
condition serious seriousCyril zqriousCyril QrlousCyrfI
Cyril Maher overcome by gas i S while whilelooking whilelooking whilelooking
looking for Qt the bodies of the Barry broth brothera brothers brothore
era condition serious seriousJoseph seriousJoseph seriousJoseph
Joseph Lavancico leg broken when the tneNickel meNickel theNickel
Nickel Plate railroad tracks which had hadbeen 1Htdbeen badbeen
been undermined by the flood caved In InSeveral InSeeral inSeveral
Several other persons suffered minor In Injifries Inj4rJes intirIes
jifries whlo escaDincr from their homes homesin Ilomes1n
in 1n the flooded district districtUp districtUp districtUp
Up to ton a late hour tonight the bodies of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Barry Earr brothers were still in the tun tunnel tuntol ¬
nel tol
Business Houses Flooded FloodedSo
So trreat reat was the force for of water that thatescaped thateCa thatescanod
escaped eCa > oo from rom the broken main that all
business houses and homes on Clark Clarkstreet ClarksCreet ClarkSeet
street to Twentieth street and those on
Lnselle street were wer flooded The tracks of ofthe ofhe oftIme
the he Lake Shore Michigan 1ichi an Southern rail railway rallwa railway
way wa between Seventeenth and Eighteenth Eighteenthstects Eighteenthste Eighteenthstects
stects ste < ts were undermined and the founda foundation foundation foundatiomi ¬
tion caved In Several freight cars were wereoverturned wereQverturned wereOverturned
overturned and their contents damaged damagedAMUSEMENTS damagedoo damagedI
+
oo ooI
I AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSAt 1 1At
At last it has reached Salt Lake It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was inevitable Inevitable Inevit able first that thata
a war wa drammer should follow the theRussoJap theRussoJap theRussoJap
RussoJap war second that It would wouldeventually wouldeventualh wouldeventually
eventually reach Salt Lake hit or ormiss ormiss ormiss
miss And the White Thlte Tigress of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan
Japan which hicl1 opened last night at atthe atthe atthe
the Grand theatre is no miss It is isbased I Ibased Isbased
based on the Manchurian campaign campaignand I
and yet ct It keops the stage hands busy busyat bUl bUl1t busyat
at times booming cannon and send 1cndinS sending sendhug ¬
inS I sorts and sizes of soldiers be before be1ore before ¬
fore ho footlights to keep > the audI audlejicc 8u audIttnce 1l 1lQncc <
ejicc alive to the fact Here exception exceptionmust cxcopllonIUUst exceptionmust
must be made in favor of the Japan Japanese Japanoscatrons ¬
ese oscatrons patrons of otthme the Grand There was wasquite WaBQuHe wasquite
quite a delegation and they didnt didntneed didntneed I
need opera glasses to distinguish a aJap aJap
Jap madeup made up from a Russian ditto dittonor dittonor dittonor I
nor tho encouragement of oftheir their Anion American AmarlOlin Anioncalm ¬
can friends to show their approval of ofanything ofamthlng ofanything
anything that would advance the thepower theDower thepower
power of the mikado to the detriment detrimentof
of the czar czarThe czarThe czarThe
The JaPE are entitled to the candy candyreally can candyreally d dreally
really when it comes to knowing knowin a agood agood agood
good thing thingtor for the Japs Japsand and making makinga
a racket about it They fairly
banaied the Jap actors off their theirfeet theJrteet theirfeet
feet feetThp The White Tigress will prove a arelief ri rirollef arelief
relief to most Grand patrons > aftor a along along along
long run of semirural dramas There Therei
is plenty of action and all the Darts Dartsare Dartsae nartsare
are handled well To Tomako make It Inter InterqstlagVfrom interttug
qstlagVfrom ttllg from the start the daughter of ofthe ofthe I I Ithe
the White Tigress or Countess of ofOgawa ofOgawn ofOgawa
Ogawa really resembles her So that thattho thattiio I It110
tho audience will be sure to notice noticeH I Iit
H it there Is a nicely worded footnote footnotecalling footnotecalling qotnotecalling
calling attention to the fact This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was thoughtful because mothers and anddaughters anddaughters anddaughters
daughters wo 0 have appeared recently recentlyat
at tho Grand hardly hnrdl looked like likebranches likebranches hikebranches
branches of the same tree treeDaughter treeDaughter treeDaughter
Daughter is the result of an unfor unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
tunate experience the White Tig Tigress Tlgt Thgram ¬
ram t ss then an innocent American Americangirl AmeticangirJ Americangirl
girl had with a Russian naval of officer officer offleer ¬
ficer a score of years presumably be before bee before ¬
e fore the play begins Afterward she sheCarries she11arrles sheniarries
Carries a Japanese noble How HowAmlda 1owAmida ow owAmidn
Amlda daughter of the countess oountesKfalls countesRfaUs countesstails
falls in love with an American naval navalofficer navalofficer navalollicer
officer how the latter risks death for forher forher fomher
her and is saved by an allvictorious allvictoriousJap
Jap and how 110 everything turns out outlovely out10ol outlovely
lovely 10ol in true drama style st le are told toldin toldIn toldin
in four actsThero acts actsThere actsThere
There are ar some excellent stage set settings seetings t ¬
tings and an amazing array of Geisha Golshagirls Goi8h8I Geishagirls
girls marines etc who help not a alittle alittle alittle
little littleThe littleThe la laThe
I The namepart by b Miss Aillen May Mayand Mapan Mayand
and an that of Amida by b Virginia Rich Richmond RiehI Richnuond ¬
I mond were accorded deserved ap applause JPplauEo p pplause ¬
plause Other roles well taken were werethose werethose werethose
those of Paul StarkoyUch ylce lee ad admiral n nmlral nilmimI ¬
mimI and fatherinlaw presumptive presumptiveto
to the American naval officer afore aforementioned aforementioned aorementioned
mentioned and London Jack an u uPmnn A AP APman
P Pmnn PmanThe man manThe
I The waits between acts are tedious tediousThe tediougI tediousTime
I The White hlte Tigress of Japan will willbe willhe 111 111be
be seeji at the ho Grand theatre th ntrc tonightTucsda tonightTuesday tonight tonightTuesday
Tuesday and Wednesday < nights and andWednesday andcdnoo andWednesday
Wednesday cdnoo tly matineelIanagel matinee matineeManager matineeManaget
I
Manager Pyper P IJe of the Salt Lake Laketheatre IAketheatre Laketheatre
theatre announces for tonight and the thefirst thefirst
first half of the week Buster BusterBrovrn Busterrown I Iro
Brovrn ro rown n the latest and best of recent recentday rocentlay recenttIny
day musical comedies based upon the thefarcical ther thisftreIcah
farcical r lcJtI creations In the comic news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper suppliments supplimentsThe
The May Ia Howard Burlesque com company comPan coinpany ¬
pany Pan played to another big audience audiancolast tluc1iancolast audienceInst
last evening oveninsrWashington ovenlngI eveningWmzsbimigton
Washington Oct 29 29AIJ All tho rights rightstind rightsnd zighitsipid
I tind nd titles of the play The County CountvChairman CountyChairman CountyOhuirman
Chairman written P 1 bjv Georga eor11t Ado Adehas Adohas Adohas
has been sold by Henry Savauo to toQfnclyn tolfHIYu tofincly3i
Qfnclyn Afbuckle wTjdISs t1io 1i hAlf Jen Jenitarripg b den dent en enStarring
Starring t tTipf inthe title role and Josh JosophIjh Joa Joshilk QIt QItf
ilk Luckett Luc1 < att manager r of the Columbia Columbiatheatre Columbiafheatre
fheatre of this city cityr bibKeokuk cityKeokuk
r Keokuk la Oct 29 29Elatf Elaff Glass Glatfsrtvas GlassJIas Glintsuvas
rtvas convicted in the federal court court3jere co courtljere rt rtbere
3jere today of infringement of of copy copytight cop coptight co coIght
tight Ight in the case of the play playTOut > lay Way WayOut r rOut
Out West The case is l of speoial in interest intcre5t iu iuterest ¬
terest as being the first to be tried in intlv Intl Intli
tlv tl United States under un er a new law lawwhich tawwlllel lawwhich
which went Into effect last July Julymaking Jubmaking Julymaking
making copyright Infringement In a aqrimlnal aQrlmlnnl aqrirninal
qrimlnal misdemeanor misdemeanorL misdemeanorEVA misdemeanorEVA
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L EVA BOOTH BOOTHILL BOOTHILLl ILL ILLJlUjfaljIe
JlUjfaljIe l a letQF to Fulfill lf uan an Engagement Eng gement at atBaltimore atS t tI
I Baltimore BaltimoreBaltimore Qalti BaItimoBaltimore mO mODI11tlmore S <
Baltimore Oct 29 29o6mm 29OOrnmaridet Commander dar Eva Evahave EaI va valootlL0f
I tootha the Salvation Army rnuy was to tohnvc tohave
have spoken hero tonight but it > was wasannouncsd wasnnQt1lt wasannQul5giI
announcsd nnQt1lt d thatnhe thi1tl that jde > ew was waseeJppsly s eftrjpusly 11 11li 1UJp Illip
li Ncr N York rk with wl withappefldlcftI2 withappefldlcftI2Nots li appendicitis appendicitisNow p cnglcftr cnglcftr1oYoN
Now 1oYoN Yorit Oott Oat29M Oot29Ab Sa Vb alvation alvationitpny qlVllUOnrJll aIvatlon1tniy
1tniy itpny rJll headquarters tonight tmihi It was as said saidiiit aalant saidtjjitt
tjjitt iiit Commander Booth ooth was wa not 111 with withfutisthsd wlt wltJJWtl wltbvanury
JJWtl pndt1tl 11l vanury vanurycutthyflLtigthxi JfHQJ JfHQJeutl
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1061JN NWS NWSOffice 1
Office 24S4 8 Washington g Ave AvcOgden AveOgden
Ogden Monday Oct 30 30HIGHWAYMAN 30HIGHWAYMAN 30HIGHWAYMANIN
HIGHWAYMAN IN OGDEN OGDENSo
So Far the Police Have Been Unable Unableto UnabletoLocate UnabletoLocate
toLocate to Locate Him HimA
A desperate highwayman gave the po police police police ¬
lice much trouble last night Shortly be before b6Core before ¬
fore 11 oclock Lewis Leavittr residing rcsldingnt rcsldingntH at atk15
443 H Twentyseventh Twent oenth street while on his hisway hisay hisway
way ay homo was stopped by b a a man at atTwentysixth atlentyslxth atTwentyslxth
Twentysixth and Washington Washl ton avenue avenueand avenueand avenueand
and as a gun was as shoved into his face facehe facehe facehe
he was commanded to hand over his hismoney hismOnE hismoney
money mOnE Leavitt is a young man about 19 layears 19ears 19years
years ears old and became thoroughly fright frightened trightened frightcued ¬
ened Instead of doing as ho was told toldhe toldhe toldlie
he turned and ran to the Corey livery liverYnsta liverYnstable sta stable th thbhe ¬
ble where he telephoned the police while Whilot11 whilethe whiletime
the t11 officers were searching for tho hold holdand holdup holdup
up the latter attempted to atop top a bug bugthat bugy bugythat
that was being driven b George WrIght WrIghtand Wrlgntamid
and Rector Ramson Raml ol1 at Twentyninth and andWashington andWashington andWashington
Washington avenue avenueTho avenueTho avenueTh
Tho Th description descri tjon of the highwayman hi ha1man as asgiven ash6n asgiven
given h6n by all parties corresponds but all allefforts 1I 1Iefforts lleftorts
efforts to locate IO llto the felovsr were of no nouvaii nolvllil noavail
avail Early in the evening evenln a man an answering answerlng answering ¬
swering the same description was seen seenprowling seenprowling seenprowling
prowling about th the house occupied by byThomas byThomas byThomas
Thomas Emmett 200 Twentyseventh Twentyseventhstreet Twents8enthstreet
street He was frightened off by b Mr Em Emmett Emmett Emmett
mett before he had an opportunity to do doanything doanthing doanything
anything anthingLECTURE anythingLECTURE t tLECTURE
LECTURE BY B H ROBERTS ROBERTSSalt
Salt Lake Man Gives First of a Series SeriesI
I of AddressesB Addresses
B H Roberts save af1 the th first lecture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the season under the auspices of the sev seventies se se6IJtI ccveqties ¬
enties 6IJtI at the Ogden tabernacle yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon esterdayatterJloon
afternoon before an audience that filled filledthe CllIedthe filledtime
the edifice to overflowing ilr Ir Robert Roberttheme Roberttheme Robertstheme
theme was tho th Book of Mormon He Hedwelt Hedwelt liedwelt
dwelt especially Cpe iall upon the fulfilment of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th prophesies how they had been borne borneoutxand borneoutand borneoutand
outand even felt f lt by the most lowly mem members members mnemberg ¬
bers of the faith He said that it was wasthin wasthis
thin that sustained the tiu missionaries of the theof thechurch thechurch
church which be d designated slgnatedlls as the army armyof armyof
of the church whose organization had hadwon hadwon hindwon
won the tit admiration of the world l The Thetabernacle Thetabernacle Timetabernacle
tabernacle choir furnished the music for forthe torthe forthe
the occasion Mr Ir Roberts will deliver a asecond aseoond aseeond
second lecture upon the same topic next nextSunday nextSundft nextSunday
Sunday Sundft
Andrew Anderson Dead DeadAndrew DeadAndrew DeadAndrew
Andrew Anderson An erson aged 70 O years ears a well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known resident of Ogden died shortly shortlyafter 8hortl 8hortlafter shortlyafter
after midnight Sunday morning at the thefamily thefamily
family tamU residence 2231 Monroe avenue avenuefrom avenutfrom avenuefrom
from an attaok of asthma He was born bornin bornIn bornin
in Norway March 8 8 1836 and came to toUtah toUtah toUtah
Utah with the Latterday Saints mission missionaries misslonarles missionarIas ¬
aries He is survived by an aged wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and several seer l grown up children The fu funeral funeral funeral ¬
neral services will be held at tho Fourth Fourthward Fourthward Fourthward
ward meeting me ting house at 2 oclock this aft afternoon afternoon aftermicon ¬
ernoon Interment will be in the Ogden OgdenCity OgdenCilY OgdenCity
City cemetery cemeteryBurial cemeteryBurial cemeteryBurial
Burial of f Young Girl GirlFuneral GirlFuneral GirlFuneral
Funeral services over tho remains of the thelate theJute thelate
late Marguerite Light the 15yearold 15yearolddaughter 15 5yearolddaughter arold arolddaughter
daughter of Mr Ir and airs William Light Lightwere Llghwer Lightwere
were wer held at the First Baptist church at atoclock
2 oclock yesterday afternoon Rev Rp Hor Horace Horace ¬
ace Blood officiating otficlat ng The services were werelargely werolargeh werelargely
largely attended and tho floral offerings offeringswere ofCer of feriligswere ngs ngsre
were re both numerous und beautiful In Interment Intorment Intorment ¬
torment was vas in the Mountain View ceme cemotery cemeterj cemetery
tery
Two Teams Stolen StolenA
A team bolonsrinar to J M Wilbur of I
Huntsvllle was taken from In front of the theOaks theOaks timeOaks
Oaks about 730 7 oclock last evening onln and andall amidcli
all efforts to locate it 1 t were unsuccessful unsuccessfulAnothor unsuccessfulAnotlmr
Anotlmr horse and bussv bu = v that William WilliamChappel WilliamChzipel Ulillm UlillmChaVIJel
Chappel had hired was stolen from fromTwentysecond fromTwenUsecond fromTwenysecond
Twentysecond street where he had left leftit leftit leftIt
it hitched < l to a pOt pC ft > and was wa later found foundby found1w foundhi
by several boys near time tll Ogden river riverbridge rhcrbrIdge riverbridge
bridge
Register Tomorrow Tomorrowfomorrow Tomorrowromorro
+ Tomorrow fomorrow will be the last day da for forregistration or 4
+ 4 registration and the voters should see 4 4 4to I
4 to it that tholr names are placed upon upontho uponthe 4 1
+ tho list The Th Indlcatlopb In lcatlQtlsare are that the theregistroUpt1 thereglstratlpn 4 4i
i 4 + reglstratipn will be heavy hEtuv A census censusof emmsof 4
4 + of the voting population of the city ct 4 4f
+ f takenrocentry takenrocentlyshow shows a large increase Jneleastover Increaseover > t 4 4over
+ over previous years yearst ears earsttttt 4 4M
+ + M ± H + + M ttttt + + H t f + M + + 4 4Company M ttttttHttHt ttttttHttHtC M M + H f f f fCompany + + + >
Company C mpany Pays Dividend DividendThe DividendThe DividendTite
The first dividend declared by b tho Beck BeckSalt BookSalt BeckSalt
Salt company is being distributed The Thadividend Thodl1dcnd Thedividend
dividend was 18 announced last week we lc an anbeing aNbetnJ asbeing
being JS S cents per share ahnreThe The amount in involved Involved invalved ¬
volved aggregates 25000 00O 00 per cent of ofwhich ofwhlclr ofwhichr
which will go to Ogden stockholders stockholdersOgden stockholdersOgden stockholdersOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsT BriefsT
T It Smith sheriff of Cache county countywas countyWIis countywas
was in Ogden yesterday oBttrdu on onoffJolal official bus business busJness busnoes ¬
ness nessWilliam
William J Lurkin son of John Larkin Larkinof
of Snowille and Miss 1I8S Hurd of the same sameplace same1lace annieplace
place ore guests of relatives r in Oplen O en
On Wednesday e njda the young couple will go goto 00to goto
to Salt Lake where they will be married marriedin
in the temple after which they will re return return return ¬
turn to SnowvHlc where they the will make maketholr malcethoJr mimaketheir
their home homeFIRST horneFI homeFIRST
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FIRST FI RST LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANTRECEIVES LI LIEUTENANTRECEIVES
RECEIVES A LESSON LESSONChicago LESSONChlcao I IChicago
Chicago Oct 2Fist 9 First Lieutenant Ben Benjamin Benjamin
jamin J Pope Eighth United States In fntantr intantry i ifantry
fantry tantr has been found guilty by b a court courtmartial coUrtmartial courtmartial
martial at Fort Sheridan of conduct oon llct to tothe tothe tothe
the prejudice of good order and military militarydiscipline militandiscipline militarydisciplIne
discipline andmust and must forfeit 50 of his pay payand pa paI payand
and be confined to tho limits of the army armypost armypost arnmypost
I post for one month Recently while con conducting conducting conducting ¬
ducting a party part of recruits he left his de detachment deI tietachiment ¬
tachment in tourist sleepers while he oc occupied occupied occupled ¬
cupied a berth in a Pullman sleeping car carSUCCEEDS carI carSUCCEEDS carSUCCEEDS
I I
SUCCEEDS CHAPELLE CHAPELLERonje CHAPELLERome CHAPELLERome
Rome pet 9I 29Mr > M r = r GuiseppI A Aversa Aversaunder versa versaunder versaundrsecretao
under undrsecretao secretary of the congregation for forextraordinary fOlI fotsxtnsordumuarv
extraordinary I tr ordlnar ecclesiastical affairs has hasbeen ha habwn hasbesmi
been appointed apostolic delegate to Cuba Cubaand Cubaand Cubaamid
and Porto Rico In sucesslon 5uce ioll to the late lateArhbisUop latlArhbi lateArhbisiuop >
ArhbisUop Arhbi lop Chappelle ChappelleGOES ChapeUeGOES ClmappeufeGOES
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GOES TO CARACAS CARACASRome CARACASRome CARACASJionme
Rome Oct O t 29 9Cart CarJ6 Phlljipo Serra SerraItalian Serrnitithlmtn I
Italian consul seneral at San Francisco Franciscohas
has 11ft been appointed consul general at Ca Caracas Caracas Caracas ¬
racas Venezuela and will JI1 be succeeded succeededby succeededby
by b Signor Jon JonPOR JonfOR JonFOR
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tion tiQ l in city Inquire IjmqafiirIrierald InquirelliIerald ht re rellierak <
Irierald Brancli 2484 2484W 2484Washington 2484Wsffthiigton
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lose your health because indigestion indigestionand
and constipation have sapped it away awayPrompt awyPrompt aunyPrompt
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE DU DUchosne tUohoBl1e IJ IJchosmie
chosne town lots Uintah lands Utah UtahUnited ttnhlnlted UtahTumlted
United States LandOffice Lan Office Vernal Utah UtahOctober UtahOctober ljtaimOctober
October 56 2t t1 1903 1903Notice 10C9Notice i90 i90Notice
Notice i is hereby given that in pursu pursuance pr prance pursuaiim ¬
ance of instructions from from the commis commissioner COl11mlsslollcr commiscloimer ¬
sioner of thQ genera general land office under underauthority undcrauthorl underauthority
authority vested In him by section secttonCnlted 23SJ 1
United States revised revli > ed statutes we wui wuioffer w111offer wuutoffer
offer at t public sale to the highest bidden biddenat bldderut
at not less than the appraised price on oilTuesday onTuesday onTuesday
Tuesday the 14th day da of November 1903 1903at 100gt 1905zjt
gt at this office oCi between the th hours of U Uoclock IOClOCK Uncloclta
oclock a > m and 4 oclock ymt p m of that thatay tllatday
11 day ay a and of thesuccqcdlng the QucCQcding days there thereafter the theattor thereaCtor ¬
after until all Jots have been offered for forsale torsale forsale
sale all of the platted lots in tho town townsite townsUo townsite
site of Duchesne of the Uintah Indian Indianlands Indiantl1 Indianlaudq
lands tl1 9 state of Utah as appears upon thc thoplat thcpInt lie liepint
pInt thereof approved by b the he commis commissioner commlssionet conumniesionci ¬
sioner of the general vcneTI1Ilanll land office on Onto October OQtober Ontoblur ¬
ber IS 1903 0 rIme rh pucchaso < o price of lots lotssold lotsHold 101mmmuohi
sold must bo b paid to thoreceiver th rec iyer Imme Immediately Immec1JiltQl hmnmeu1iLtqI3 ¬
diately on acceptance at bid bidv tJldff bidI
c1JiltQl I v ff F1HIjEi rtR ES PEJWJS DE MOISY MOISYI
I r Ragist 19rlt r rB
tJN B CO COLTON COLTONIiCelt To J JI
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Gardner D Daily ilY Store SloreNews SloreNewsii News NewsThere
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There is no excuse for a aman aman
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man getting cold feet feetWhen feetWhen feetWhen
When warm wool half halfliose halfno halfhose
hose no e are to be had 1 Jta at 25c c a apair apair
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pair paIrNot
Not the kind you would wouldnaturally wouldna wouldnaturally
na naturally lIY expect for that thatprice thatprice I Ipno
price pno
priceBut
But rather Jhe kind you youusually youusuaUy youusually
usually have to pay 350 or or40c or40c or40c
40c for in other places placesBlacks placesBlacks placeslack5
Blacks plain or with withsmall withsman withsmall
small figures natural 11 tural wool wouland wooland
and tan and gray shades shadesThe shadesThe shadesThe I
The best lute we have haveever haveever itaveever
ever shown foe fo the money moneythats money i oney oneythats
thats sure sureOther sureOther sureOther
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Other wool halfhose at at35c at35c at35c
35c and an 50c 50cCottons 50cCottons
Cottons in plain pl in and fan fanoy fanoy fanoy
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New Gloves Suspenders Suspendersand
I and Neckwear NeckwearONE NeckwearI NeckwcarI I
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TONIGHT AnD ALL WEEK WEEKMatinee WEEKMatinee WEEKMatinee
Matinee Wednesday WednesdayHOUSES WednesdayHOtSES WednesdayHOISES
HOUSES OROWIlKD OROWIlKDIJUVDREDS fRuwnEDIIr ROWI1ELJILNDJiED
IJUVDREDS IIr DnEDS TURNED AWAY AWAYTHE AWAYMAY l
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SEE TIlE LIVING PICTURES PICTURESTVdek P1ClrREV PICTURESW4r
TVdek V ek commencing Saturday mat matTHE matw matwTHE ma ii iiTIlE
THE SHOW GIRLS GIRLSNight GIRLSSiSht GIRLSNight
Night Prices 15c SOc TSe Jlatine JlatineCRLOAD tatiUtlA
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A CRLOAD OF Thut Uouvt l > ud i iwas twas
was was stolen from from us the other otl1 r day du hal Y e egot t tgot
got it back but th the man JtI ma iel go 0 like likewas bk bkwas
was worth 1000 Its In oi one n of our yari yarinow yam yamnow iJr
now all nicely screened rad for sale sol saleBarnber
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