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Faculty Will Show Public How Foot Football Football ¬
ball Is Played PlayedU
Football l uJlln as ahs is la play p1yd l d win m ba bahanded hohanded I
handed out to S Sah k Lake football funs funsat fansnt ns nsUt
at Cummings Held thi tl11a afternoon All Allthe Allt Allthe
the t he win wI old pedagogue of the Varsity Varsityill I IIII
ill be b in tho lineup Tho profs profsvho profswho profsho
who ho can translate the Odyssey give giveyou giveOU giveyou
you OU the perpendicular of a triangle trianglewhen tllanglewhen trianglethen
when the square of the hypothenuse hypothenuseand h pothenu5ennd
and bas ba base are known and tell how old oldArm oldr1 oldnn
Arm r1 is have taken It upon themselves themselvesto
to t show sho the ea east t benchers hew football footballi footballphiyel
i played plat ed Yost tactics Maddock tac tact
t ic ics US s and any an old football tactics will be beast be1 be1ast beast
ast aside for a newer and later style stylef St stylelf 18 18lit
lit > f play pta called < Cumminga cunning cunningi cunningurve eunnngurveL
i urves urvesIt urvet urveLIt
It is the faculty against the members membersf I If
If f the different fraternitio and it is isjsuid IIai issiid
jsuid ai twentytwo twent to men strong and true truehave truehave i ihave
have been discovered dt to represent the thedifferent theilifferent i i1JJTerent
different factions The game has been beenarranged beentrrange i irranged
arranged trrange for two reasons One is to togive togive togive
give tho public a rare treat and the theother theuUlt theother
other > r to raise the necessary funds to tobuy tohuy tobuy
buy the members of the Varsity foot footImll football
ball teum U sweaters ilwet els for playing pla ing In the thechampionship thehamplonshl theIlafilpioUshiP
championship games this fall The Thegame Thegamp Thegame
game will begin promptly at 4 oclock oclockand oclock1H oclockA
A and 1H nd a hot time is i promised promisedChanges promisedChanges i iChanges
Changes in U Team Contemplated ContemplatedThe
The Varsity Yarall team had its first hard hard1vactice hnrdIl hardIractice
1vactice Il icUce < yesterday esterda since the game with withtJolden withGolden witholden
Golden and the boys showed up u > with withplenty withIfnt withplenty
plenty Ifnt of ginger and speed Pitt was wastried WIlStried wastried
tried out at quarter for tho first tme tmeHarris tmelIarrlB tmeHarris
Harris who has proven himself a great greathalfback gre greethalfback t thaltbnclt
halfback this season aSo1 took Pitts place placeat placet lfiCe lfiCeat
at t end and was given his first work workout worknut workoUt ¬
out In this position pot > itlon If this combina combination combinaIon ¬
Ion prove a good one it may be tried triedin triedin triedin
in the AggleVarslty Aggh arstty game scheduled scheduledor
ror or Logan Lo n a week from from tomorrow The TheLogan lheLogan TheLogan
Logan team it is if claimed is just as asMining a aiuunr as4rI1lg
Mining as it was last season and per perhapH pcrharlR periiars
hapH stronger us > the men have hid Im a ayears afS aears
years ears fS more playing and should there therefore theretore theretore
tore have a better knowledge of the thesame theKame thegame
same At that time the Utah team had hadlittle hadlittle hadlittle
little trouble troubleIn i in defeating the th Aggies AggiesThis AgglesThIR ggleS ggleSrhlR
This year ear however all admit that thatItah thattah thatUtah
Utah tah is weaker than last season and andwhen andlwn andwlteii
when lwn these facts are Ill taken into int con consideration contidtration con4iltrat1Ofl ¬
sideration and also that the game am will willbe willbe m mbt
be played in Logan it Is easily easn to see seeiat sootilflt seetat
tat > iat Tiah will m not have the walkaway walkawayIt
It t had last year yearButteSalt yCttrButteSalt YC1ButteSalt
ButteSalt Lake Eligibility List ListWith Listith LiGtWith
With ith the ButteSttlt Lake High Highpfhool 1IIch1hool 111gbehool
pfhool same ame but a short time off the thelocal thelMnl thenciii
local High school boys 00 are busy bu laves investigating Inesti lavestigating ¬
tigating ti Ung the Butte Hgh school to see seethat seethat seethat
that none but bona flde students of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that schcMjl are pitted against them th m on onThanksgiving onThlfn onTlanksgtving
Thlfn Thanksgiving Ihg day fta So far it appears appearsthat npp appearsthat Ilrs Ilrsthat
that the Butte student ant ail that tliatmild tltatmld thatOUld
mild bo expected and that Salt Lake Lakewill Lakei1l Lakeill
will ill not go up lip ajtninst n t any an ringers ltn ors wh when whenlwy hen henh n nthey
they h face the miners A copy tOp of tho thomle thonile
nile 1 qhJJ under u dt wfcicti wJI > IhEI ba n JiUe schgel is isPlaying isJllalng Isplaying
Playing Has bH i4 > n received re reeeIedby eld s vy Manager ManagerIlawson M Manageri1awon nagr nagrllawson
Ilawson with a request lflue t that Salt SaltLakes SAltLakts Salt1ake
Lakes team live up u to the requlre requlreMiints requlren1t requireria
Miints ria llts Manager Iana fr Clawson lawson has prom promsl ptOmil promstl
stl sl < Butte that tlje th mlnero ml r will have no noreason nofjlROn norasofl
reason to eomnlain on the Salt Lake Lakeplayers lAleplayer Lakeplaye
players playe and from present indications indicationsboth tndieaUonhoth Indicationaboth
both teams are all that could b bft asked askedfor a aiikedfor ked
for 01 so far as a the eligibility eli < lbBily of players is isconcerned falont isconcerned
concerned concernedReady lont concernedReady ruecl rueclRcady
Ready for Tomorrows Game GameTomorrow GameTomorrow GameTomorrow
Tomorrow afternoon K at Cummings Cummlngsfield Cummingsfield uftmlln uftmllnnld
field the last big bl High school hool game mc of ofthe o oth ottr
the th season 1 et1 on > so far us a Salt alt is concerned concernedwill oncernfldw111
will 111 be played between the Salt alt Lake LakeHigh LakPHIgh Lake111gb
High and All Hallows Both Coaches Coachesrallihan LoschesJ Ofthcllal1lhau
J rallihan and Bassett arc putting > in intheir Intlir
their best licks with their team and a aTreat arNlt aj
j Treat contest can an be looked for The Theiams Theams Theams
ams line up this evening for their th lr last lastiMactice 1aatPlKdlcc 1ast1ractice
iMactice Both teams will m have a largo largofollowing I Ifollow Ifollowing
following follow Ins of rooters root era out judging from fromthe fTomt fromthe
the t ht interest shown at each school > ever everthe Iort1w overthe
the game gameIn ganieIn
a d a aIn
In Old Kentucky I ntuck Matinee today todayat
at it n Children 2k ri adults ad 1 141 We 4c Any Anywhere Anyvhere ¬
where whereSATISFIED vhereSATISFIED 111
President McCurdys Salary Cut in inTwo inTwoSignifioant i iTwoSigllifioont
Two TwoSigllifioont Significant Report of In Investigating Invostigating ¬
vestigating Committee CommitteeNew I
New ev York Nov Xo 1iAt At a special specialTiHetiiic 81 iat I IT1etitlg
TiHetiiic 11 til of the board of trustees of the theMutual theIutual theMutual
Mutual Life Insurance company in h this thisrity thisdt thiscity
city dt today at which a preliminary 1m lImlar re reI
1 11 rt of the recently appointed special specialinvestigating sIl6ClalnlesU specialivestIgatiug
investigating nlesU IlUng committee was wa submit submittU submittd submitttd
tU President Richard A MeCurdy MeCurdycaused MeCurdused MeCurdytaused
caused used a stir th by announcing that at hi his hisrequest j juvu
uvu request his salary Balar had been cut in In1mlrflOltl inhalffrom I Ihalf
1mlrflOltl half from H50000 150000 to 75000 a year yearThis yearTtls yearTtts
This action was taken at a meet metln meeting I tip of ofthf otthf ofthe
thf finance committee and Mr 11 Mo MoCurdy Mcurdy Ic Icurdy
Curdy urdy Mkl kl wag the first step In reduc reducing reducin red e eAn3 ¬
ing in th the expenses of o the company companySalaries companyal companyaarie
Salaries al aarie rle of the other executive eXe < uUve out oflitrs o outters t tHS
ters trs of the company al also o have been rd rdiluoed 1 1thhed redtwed
iluoed the th Having M Ing amounting In all to tobetween tohehttU tobetveen
between 11 145000 000 and 150000 UOMH > i ler > er an annum a1num annum ¬
num numMr
Mr McCunlys IcCurcls statement to the d dnA dt dtndOr5 dltors
ndOr5 nA tors preceded the submission of the theluvestigatlng theJ1H8U thenvstigating
luvestigatlng J1H8U aUn committees first report reportThe reportThf reportThe
The committee which was named to ex examine examine extmlne ¬
amine Into the affairs of tho company companymade companynJade companymade
made a significant slnUIt ant > request for a broad brotidM broadlIlna broadUIflg
M lIlna lnjr of Its power po and recommended recommendedchanges recommendeddlange recommendedthanges
changes In praciticec by the th company companywhich companywhich mpany mpanywhlch
which on their very er face are loose looneunsound loo loounsound looseunsound
unsound and open to criticism The Thecommittee Thoommlttee Theommittee
committee recommended le that pending
its it further inquiry the executive offl offli ciiiueFs
i n ueFs ers lS adopt immediately a policy polic of re retrenchment re1rtuchment ¬
trenchment 1 The preliminary preiim mary report reportMas reportwas reportvas
was adopted together to ethet with the th resolu resoluijno re resolu1mb olu olutjno >
ijno IncreasIng increa the powers of the coin cointujtte COIfmitte coipmitte
mitte In continuing Its mvostigntloi fnvestlrpUoslhe s sThe
The directors ordered that full publicity publicityI
I b 1 given to the report l port aa well as to the thestatement thet thetnttnent
statement t tement made by b President Pre Jld8f1t MeCurdy MeCurdyIn IcCurd IcCurdIn
In Old Kentucky KfntuC Matinee today todayat tJ l lat
at 3 Children liiidreu 38c e adults Mo Any Anywhere
where whereUSING here hereUSING
Brother of ExSpeaker Henderson HendersonTrying Hcnder HendersonTrying on onTrying
Trying to Save Latters Life LifeDubuque LifcDubuftue LifeDubuque
Dubuque la Nov No llWlth hU ased 1
brother as a nurse heroic meamren are
being tn taken lAke to prolong the t he life IIf of ofspo ofSpNtkf1L ofSpetkes
spo SpNtkf1L tke David D ld B Henderson A A1IendfNIOn C CHenderson Chenderson
Henderson who is a trained nurve of oflonjr orIQn otlong
long IQn < years eurs experience U wrapping h s
brother Mn 11 scorching bankets in order orderto
to draw the blood from the bead b ad and pro produce Jr6cluee ¬
4 duce a better circulation of the 1h blrod Or Ordinary OrdInar Ordinary
dInar dinary medical edleal treatment ha has bften b be n aban baa ¬
doned and under the new n8 treatment treatmentwhich lntmtntWhich rentmeutitIch
which the th Breaker 8 ker brother lift bag often ofteniried otLen1rled ofteniried
iried before with 1th auccwe > no opiate ar arneeded are areneeded areneeded
needed neededGeorge neededGeorge neededGeorge
George Headaraon a brother of Ut Utspeaker Ue Ue8pak8rr8llfd thespeaker
speaker 8pak8rr8llfd residing g at Ban OIeg Dlo80 Is also aleoreported alsoreported
reported to be drt dFtIt but the hews te be being being beng ¬
4 ing buque ng kept from the th two brother in Du Dubuque 1ubuque Dubuqus
Cocksure Fifteen to One Shot Easily EasilyTiptoes EasilyTipto EasilyTiptoes
Tiptoes Tipto s in and Beatcatcher Is IsBeaten IsBeaten IsBeaten
Beaten by Confederate ConfederateSan
San Francisco Flrancl co Nov Xo 16 ISThere There were but butfour buttour butfour
four starters in the fourth and Bear Beareatelier BearcatehCr Bearcatcher
catcher the 1 to 12 favorite never had hada
a chance to beat the yearold enroJd Confcd Confcderato Confedera Confoderut
erato era erut to In the yearold sprint sprlntCoclieurc Cocksure CocksureII
II to 1 wa was the only onl one ready rend when tho thobarrlor tholarlor thekavrler
barrlor wan wn sprung and he easily 00511 tip tiptood tlptoad tiptoed
toad his field Weather hazy track good goodRmitlts goodRe goodReaul
Rmitlts RmitltsFlrst Re Reaul uHs uHsFIrst Is Isirtt
FIrst irtt race five furlongs furlongsPlckaw Plckawny 128 128Knapp 1 1K 129KnCPI
Knapp K napp even won Edlnborough 182 182lioffman 1 1lIotfman 1112lioflman
lioffman 12 to 1 second Blumenthnl BlumenthnliSi
iSi Barrett 10 to 1 third Timelite TimeliteYo rime1GYo
Yo San E C Runtle Bnthbeach Mac MacT1 Mae1lleclcnne ac acliJe
T1 liJe 1lleclcnne < cknrte kno Adirondack Aunt Polly Poll Lady LadyMirthful L1d L1dUrthtul LadyMirthful
Mirthful Baywonder Yonzollern and andCleoefinthui andClt andCleoeanthwc
Cleoefinthui Clt anthuJ also iso ran ran1W
Second race live turlong furlongsCocksui CockUl
1W Radtke 15 to 1 won Jillette 10S Bar Barrett Barrett Barrelt ¬
rett 16 to 5 second Avonalls 110 Knapp Knappeven Knappoven
even third lime lmel02 102 Parvo Iron IronWatson IromWatson ron ronWat50n
Watson Lacene Laura Van Isabouu IsabouuFulbert J IsabeauFuihert aboou aboouFulhort
Fulbert and Jack Henneesy also ran ranThird ranlhlrd ranTtiri
Third race six and a half furlongs furlongsMasrain furlongsMa furlongsMagrain
Masrain Ma raln 107 1 j League IS to 5 won Ro Romaine Romaine Itomaine
maine 111 Davis 5 to 2 2 j econd Pon Pontot Pontotoe Pontotoc
tot totoe c 96 Radtke 15 to 1 third Time TimOl3
l3 1 4 Christine A Lone Lon Wolf Fan Foncasta Fancasta FanCaste
casta Serenity and Ed Sheridan also alsoran alsora alsoran
ran ra J
ranFourth Fourth race seven furlongs furlongsConfeder furlongsConfederate Confeder Confederate ¬
ate 54 n Rftdtkc 13 to 5 won Beurcatcher BeurcatcherU
112 U Wright 9 to 20 second Retropaw 96 96Aubuchon 00Aubuchon 96Aubuchon
Aubuchon 12 to 1 third Time T1me16 Time12tiAir l26 s i
gllt S < ta Air also ran ranFifth ranIfth ranFifth
Fifth Ifth race raceoueo one mile mileEd Ed Lilburn 12 12Loague 1 1L 122 122League
League L 6 to 5 5 won Byronerdale 119 110Kelly 119KU 1191dfly
Kelly KU 7 to 1 second Cloche dOr 119 119Crorethvvaite 119CrftJth 119Croeethwite
Crorethvvaite CrftJth lte 50 to 1 third Time rtm rlme142 rlme142herry 142 142Sherry l4 l4Sherr
Sherry Sherr Tarrigan Follow Me It Eleven ElevenBUs ElevenUells
BUs JrOPO Lone Fisherman Waterspout aterslO t and andRipper anrlUpper andflIpper
Ripper also ran ranSixth ranSixth ranSixth
Sixth race rAC < one mile mlleCaHoghan Callaghan lOG 106Wrijtht lOGWri I L
Wrijtht Wri w right ht X to 6 6 won Firmfoot 307 307LtMKue 107I4ague J7 J7LoaIlUf
LtMKue > U to 6 6 second t Tramway 107 107Re 1O7Iteed
Re Reed d 8 8tI to 1 third Time Tlmel4 145 Abonasr Ahonasliar Abonas tIonasCal
liar r M Lichtenstein Chief Bush Lilitus LilitusSlniestro LUltufSlnle LilitusS1el3trO
Slniestro Slnle trtl Dr Roberts Lucius and Iron IronJung
Kin Jung also ran ranATTELL ranATTELL ranATTELLWINS
Runs Away From Mowatt and Comes ComesOut ComcsOut ComesOut
Out a Victor VictorBaltimore VictorBaltimore VictorBaltimore
Baltimore Nov No It 1At 1 At the end of a fifteenround fif fifteenround fitteenround ¬
teenround fight between Abe Attoll of ofSan ofSm ofSan
San Francisco and Tommv Mowatt o oChkjajro of ofChlfo ofChlearo
Chkjajro before the Eureka Athletic club clubtonight clubtOnl clubtonight
tOnl tonight ht Referee OHara gave Attell ttell a adecision IIdeciefon adecision
decision which he had earned by cleverly clef rly
keeping keeH1 away a 1 from rOfll Mowatts repeated repeatedrUHitec repeatedrUllb repeatedrusher
rusher rUllb or by b meeting m UnlC them with smash smashing smashIng smashing ¬
ing blows in the face fa eo Mowatt did prac practically pract1eallv practlealiv ¬
tically all the loading l and took severe severpMniPbment severeInlftl severepwnhdnnent
pMniPbment Inlftl bJntlIt but he was strong and still stillmailing stiHrllllhlll stiiirwshlpg
mailing at the finish He proved proved him himself himNfIIC himself ¬
self A fast fighter but not so clever as asAttell asttell asAttell
Attell AttellFitz AttellFitz ttell ttellFitz
Fitz and OBrien Sign Articles ArticlesChicago ArticlesChicago
4 Chicago Nov No 16 16A A dispatch to totbe +
4 + 4 the Tribune from San Francisco 11rnncisotays Franeiseot 4 4ays +
t says ays 4 f
4 taysHtzshnmons Htzsimmons and OBrien signed sisnedf silmedartlcl +
+ 9 f articles artlcl H yesterday tst rday and the th third thirdpearty thirdperty 4 4party +
+ party to the agreement was Eddie EddieGranejo EddieIraney +
4 Oraney acting for Promoter Cot Cotfroth Cotfroth 4
+ froth who Is still tlll in the east eastTheM 4
4 4 Thee articles are not the samo samoaa seineas + f
+ a aa those to which Fitzsimmons FitzslmmonMa 4 +
4 4 agreed a reed in NewYork e Yolk Under the thC1J thePresent 4 4present
+ present J nt agreement Fitzsimmons andOUrt and 4
4 OBrien OUrt n will 11I fight tJ ht twenty twel or more morerounds 4
4 4 rounds at Mechanics pavilion be be between +
4 < tween Dee 30 and Dec 31 the thdefi thdefinhf deft deftnitt +
4 + nit nhf date to be decided upon by b Cof 4 4
4 4 froth before Dec 1 The fighters fighterswill 4 4X +
X 4 will set ct a1 Dot K IN V cent of the grows rOM ro rol 4
4 4 c Nih ints Pf t which the winner will re rocei 4
4 + ceive ceh e 75 per cent und the loser S por porent t
4 4 cent ent Forfeits of tiOO 3500 each e ch are do dot doEddie 4 4ioKited
1 ioKited t +
4 4 Eddie ldie Graney Is named as referee rcCereul +
l < in the articles ot agreement a recmcnt 4 4In
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 44 44a 44tn + + + + i
1 1rn
In Old Kentucky entuCk Matinee today todayat
at 3 tChUdren J Children 1oc c adults 50c Oe Any Anyvvhore Anywhore Anywhore
whore whoreJ
The sixtynine sixty nine hundred and seventy seventyeventh seventyseventh event eventlleventh
seventh performance of In Old Ken Kentucky Kentuck Kentucky ¬
tucky tuck wa aa given in the Salt I lake ake the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre And n from the way the people paopleturned peopleturned peopleturned
turned out to see it g stranger to theat theatricals theatricals theatricals ¬
ricals might have thought the latest
New Nc York SUCCCB was on view Trous Trousurer Troosur Trousurer
urer ur r George Jeorge Derr said at 815 that he hud hudturned hudturnN budturned
turned 406 people away and they were werestill werestill werestill
still coming at that hour Every Eer scat
in the house was occupied and every Cfr font fontof fontof j jof
of standing tandln room on all 1l the floors that thatwas thatwas
was for s llle le was sold soldA soldcrltklMm
A 4 criticism of In Old Kentucky J entucIn after afteriU uftCrItol afterit I
iU it wore than thirteen n years ears of prosper prosperon prosPt prosptrens > r
on 01 ens existence would be entirely out of ofplace otplac ofplace
place It t i fa enough to say 118 that the com company companr cornP1n ¬
pany P1n this year is superior in many man ways waysto
to tf the companies of other years There Therela
la Harry lIalr Bradley nradlf who W originated the thevole therole therole
role of Colonel yandusky Sandu8k Doolittln and andwho andwho awlwho
who has ba played It so oftta that he really reull reulltdH
feels obliged to limit himself to three threemint threehtlnt threemint
mint juleps and five cigars a day de Frank FrankDayton lirailltuaton Frank1ayton
Dayton wa wail seen s n hore years Yl r ago UK UKFrank aKFnmk asFrank
Frank Laygon the part he played ph ed last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Charles hlt1l K 1 French as Neb N b the theold theold
old family CamB servant > is another of the vet veterans vcteran veterana ¬ I
erans eransIn eranaIn
eranIn In Old Kentucky would b be made with withthem withthem vitllth
them th ln But here comes John Powell as asCaesar asCaesar
Caesar Cae SILl the th coloiTd COIOl d leader of the plcka pickaninny ¬ I
ninny band lIe was onvt on of f the original originalpickaninnies originalpickninnles
pickaninnies hut a man l an cant be a l picka pickaninny > ccR ¬
ninny rUnA for or thirteen years y r so as they had hadto hadto
to have Powell they graduated him into intothe Iiitothe
the band leadership lead rshtr From end l1d to end endthe endthe I
the he product production ion is specially Slit > tlull good this year yearGuy yearGufl
Guy Dunell as JOt Lorey made you 011 wish wishhe wishhe 1 1 1he
he had more to do and Marion Shirley Shirleymade Siurleyma Shirleymade
made ma < le a fetching Madge Briefly BrieflyThe BrierlyThe llerl llerlrhe
The fire Ire scene > En at the end of the second secondact secondact secondact
act was well worked up 1 and the race racescene ra ranc racescene <
scene nc as usual elicited tremendous ap applatwe a1plauN appie
platwe platweSo pie use useSo
So great has been It > en the demand for seats aoatsthat soattthat seatsthat >
that a special l lal matinee performance ia f to tobe tobe tobe
be given today beginning Innlng at S 3 oclock oclockNo oclockXo ocloekNo
No lieat eatx will tie reserved and the prices priceswill lIrlc priceswill i iwill
will h hf SO O cents for adults and 35 cent centfor CEnIMfor centsfor
for children chlhl n in any nn part of the house liousoTonichts hOU5oT houseTonights
Tonichts T nlahts performance closes the engage engagement engHgeRent engageaent ¬
The Knobs K b8 of Tennessee fem s e a southern southernplay southernpta southernplay
play pta aft a itH name Indicates but with a aConnecticut aCcuinfICUctit aConnecticut
Connecticut CcuinfICUctit version of the southern din dinl dinleet dinled
led l ct opened open at the Grand lust l t night an anengagement anc1p anengagement
engagement c1p lment that will run through throu h the thebalance tllobaln thebalance
balance baln of the week w k The play IK by D Hal HalReid HlIRtld HaiReid
Reid which htcl1 Is another way wa of saying sayingthat sayingthat
that it ia as full of action as a none nonegenuine noneJenulne nonegenuine
genuine without our signature melo melodrama meloilrama meioilraina ¬ I
drama could well ell be The company runs runsfrom runlSfrom runsfrom
from fair to very Yer bad One good bit bithowever bithowwer bithowever
however was the 3eke of F I C Moly Molyaux Molyneaux 101 101neax
neax aux The part wa wu an altogether un unlovely unlowly anlovely ¬
lovely one 011 but Mr Ir Molyneaux gave it itaoni It110m itsome
some accurate shadings and some illum illuminating Ulumioaths iliumlasting ¬
lasting touches toucht8thut that mad it ringvary ringvarytrue nit ting Oar Oartrue very verytrue
true An n unexpected feature was the theclimax tlleclimax theclimax
climax to the swcoril contI act but it wouldnt wouldntbe
be fair to describe it itThe itTbe itThe
The engagement enp mnt of The Jolly Grass GrassWJdowa Ora8VWOWil GrassWkloir
WJdowa and Charles J Burkhardt ends ondsat endsat onusat
at the Lyric tonight Deeervedly Drve 1ly < good goodernoon gopdbustnesa goodbusiness
business bas been don Tomorrow aft nttemo afternoffil
ernoon n The Washington Society SOI ty Girls Girlscompany Girlseelp Girlscompany
company eelp cornea for a week J stand standThe staudThe standThe
The seat sale for the Henry W Y Savage Savagesjcal Savageprodnollon Savageprodueuon
prodnollon of George > Ades brfpht mu muslcal musleal
sjcal comedy I Ithe rh rhe Shogun 18 On at atthe atthe
the Salt Lake theatre The engagement engagementla en bemll1t bemll1tI
la I for two tw performances only onttomorrow onttomorrowaft onlytomorrowaftez4noon tomorrow tomorrowafternoon
afternoon aft rflOOtt and evening eveningCincinnati eenlngClnoinnAti eveningCInoinnati
Cincinnati Nov No II ItA A new firstclass firstclasstheajre flrstclasst1 firtcIasstieaJre
t1 theajre 11 18 plans tor which have hlW just been beenubniittftd bOtnJbrrilttt4J beenlUbOhittOd
ubniittftd Jbrrilttt4J to the th city clt offltfujs hero to tob tobo tobe
b bo constructed by b the HfcHok Opora House i icomnany IOQn1 icQmpanYt
OQn1 cQmpanYt comnany 1 IB to become part of tho Shu SlmIJ 51wbertOuJedooFiske f fcirettit
bertOuJedooFiske IJ ti Flske theatrical syndicate snIcataI syndicatecicu1L
cirettit I l According ccordln to announcement made madehar madeh thadelue
h lue har ted today by Lee Shubert head of tho thosyndicate thondlca thesyndicate
syndicate syndicateSan ndlca te teSan
San Francisco Nov 16 16Thl Th advance advanceale advancesale
sale ale 1 of seats t for Richard Mansfields Ben senson Benson season
son at t the Grand opera house b began gan this thismorning thl thlmorning thismorning
morning At 0 oclock oc1 lt when the box boxoffice bo boxoffice I
office tCtI < opened there tb ro were 1500 500 persons jn jnline tnIttf n nline
line some of whom had been there all allnight altUII1t
night n hi hiIr v vMr I
Mr Ir Mansfields repertoire Includes two twoulays 10Vlau iwnulavs
ulays that Uav ba have never been given on tho thoPiMTic thoFumC theDaftIe
PiMTic ooasL Sclilllcrs Don Curios and andMellftres andMeUtres andMuIIces
Mellftres The Misanthrope Misanthropela
la Kentucky Matineo today todayat toda todaat
at 1 Chlu h i adults 50c Any AnyhAI Anyqliere
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Brilliants Take Two Games From IFromRailroads FromRailroadsSeveral FromRailroadSevera1
Railroads RailroadsSeveral Several Good GoodScores GoodScores GoodScores
Scores Are Hade HadeStanding MadeStanding NadeStandinof
Standing of the Teams TeamsWan TeamsVen
4 Wan Last RC RCTuxedos nCoTuxtdQ8 PCTuxedos
Tuxedos It itSenators 4 va vaSflnntors 33 33Senators
Senators W 5 OCT OCTCrescents 0InCreicantiQ 06 06Crescontus
Crescents 10 Zt lji ljiBusln 7 7Businessmen 7BusIness
Businessmen Busln BusIness s 1011 9 i G 080 080Mlssouriang i1I58ourion6 0 0Missourians
Missourians 7 I 46 46Railroads 461 461RaUroads 67 67Railroadc
Railroads 7 S 461 461Brilliants J6illrUlian 467Brilliants
Brilliants tll 4 11 27 27Stars iStars 2117Stars
Stars 2 U 18 18It 1 1It 1tlIt
It was the Brilliants turn to shine last lastovoHlnK lastovonin InstOvoaini
ovoHlnK and It was at the expense o othe or orthe ofthe
the Missourians lisso rlatM Two of the th three games Anniesin
in tho city elt league went to the th Brilliants Brilliantswhich Brilliantswhich Brilitantswhich
which had the effect ofuctof of raisIn them themsomewhat themflomowhat themsomewht
somewhat In the percentage table and andnow andnow nndnow
now puts them within striking distance distanceof
or the Railroads High scores were pret pretty PfotJy protty ¬
ty well divided between the two teams teamsSam tooms811m teamsbarn
Sam SDits S SIt > ltx boiiu tile e hich man with withCrnbbc withCrabbe withCrabbe
Crabbe Dedeklnd and D Spitz all above abovethe abovethe
the lOt 5O mark The scores scoresBrilliants scoresBrililants
Brilliants BrilliantsDr
45SS St S S Sn B Ei E EDr Eg Egorbos EDr
Dr Stiehl 167 133 16l 46S E 1J S 9 9Forbes 9Forbes
Forbes < orbos 166 1M 94 135 36 400 9 11 3 ITroontus 7 7Treantus 1 1Trottntus
Treantus 16Q 177 14S HS 47fi 4 D 11 2 S 8S SS SS
S SDitz St > ltz 170 201 181Ea 184 I 55 10 16 1 0 i 2 2D 2D 2D
D Spitz 170 162182501 Ii 12 1s Wt S 15 1 0 0Averaeos 6I 0Averages
I Totals 828 l1t W52t 4 63 63AtHSOS
Averages Dr Steihl 15283 12 j3 Forbei orber
10513 10 1 13 Treantus 15S13 US 15 13 1 S Spitz 1S6 D DSpitz DSpitz DSpitz
Spitz 1 18 18I
I Missourians
st StSBE StSBETodd Sr S B E ETodd ETodd
Todd m 15 144 14 158 C Gj 12 2 10 10Ferron 10Ferron 10Ferop1111
Ferron Ferop1111 161 171 145 I 1454T 477 9 11 1 1D 0 0Dedeklnd 9Dedeklncl
Dedeklnd D deklnd 156 ISC 197 609 5t 11 15 6 2 4 4CrabbO 4 4CrubbD 4Crabbu
CrabbO 197172 197 17 171MS 171 51 1 14 11C 3 11C 2 2C
C StevonsonHI SteOn80n 151 10 100 48S 488Totals 6 17 1 C CTotals 6Totals
Totals 802 SIS 84 S302470 27Q 41 GO 9 911 911Aern 31 31Averages 31AveragesTodd
Averages Aern AveragesTodd etfTodd Todd 131 Perron 1SD Dade Dedeklnd DadekInd Dodekind ¬
kInd 1W28 Ii I 24 3 Crabbe 1S1 C CStevcnson Stevenson StevensonCommercial
16 16 23
Commercial comm rcial League L ague Scores ScoresHarris ScoresHarris Scoresharris
Harris with a 55S i total score and andWalker findYalker nndWalker
Walker with a 510 SI for his three games cameacaptured Jametooptured gamescaptured
captured the bowling honors in the Com Commercial Commtirclal Cornmorcial ¬
mercial league series > last evening The Thescores The6coro Thescores
scores scoresHarris 6coroIIarrls scoresilarria
Harris IBS 1SS i 17S522 17S522McAllister 178lMcAllister its itsMcAllister
McAllister 14S 161 lt 100 100 4ffi 4ffiMargetts 4 4Iargetts 4thMargetts
Margetts 155 i5 141 120 120 414 414Olson 4HOIS 414Olson
Olson OIS n 144 171 1W 1 474 474Silvers 174Sl1vers 474Silvers
Silvers 1BI 183 155 100 453 453Totals 45
Totals TotalsMcGlory 706 SIlO 7722337 1722337tcGlory TT2237McGlory
McGlory 198 170 13499 13G 136ISO1ar1 499 499Bltrl
Karl KarlISly 17 17S 13S 1 14 148 149 44G 446ICiv
ISly 11 119 14 iS It 16 lit 151 107 107IK 107Smith 107Smith
Smith SmithWalkor IK l 1C9 100 10 427 17alker 127Walker
Walker WalkorTotals alker 171 1 1S2 1S 149 1t9 510 510sS 510Totals 510Totals
Totals sS siBOTH 785 essiisi essiisiBOTH 6S522S9BOTH
The Th Little Unions and the Little Fre Fremonts Frcmonts Fremoats
monts mot in a football game yesterday yesterdayTwo yesterdayTwo esterda esterdaTwo
Two reports of the game Sli 10 were received receivedOne receivedQne re eived eivedOne
One from the Union side was that it itwon itwon
won by h a score t of 36 to 0 The Fremonts Fremontssay Fremontssa Fremontssay
say sa they won by b a scqre of 10 to 5 Here HereIf
If the lineup lineupUnion IIne iinenLniozi J f
Union m Fremont FremontB
B Young YQlm C B Brown BrownE BrmrnE
E Behl I Ii G I I Dern DernBMunford DelnD
BMunford D 1untord II O G T Folwers FolwersA
A White I T F 1 Petersons PetersonsE
E Jones i 11 1 T I Emery EmeryO Eme EmeO
O Hfchn I 1ThhnIt R K b 1 Dern DernE
E Montague lIontn ue Q B F 1 Redman RedmanU
U l 1i Jones L L t JT 15 IIIt R Ilanes IlanesD
D Pcok P Xk < It II B S Gilllam GilllamF GilliamFr
F < Free Fr capt I F B R Smith SmithSIXTH SmithSIXTH SmithSIXTH
Tho Sixth South Backers defeated the thoTenspot theTensot theTeiispot
Tenspot Gang at Walkers field yester yesterday yesterlas 5tr 5trd ¬
day d las by b a score lI ore of 18 to 0 The lineup lInt lineupIuckers < up upC
Buckera Tenspot d Gang GangI ff ffP
I Richardson R hi son C G Wolley WolleyP Vohlv VohlvP
P Brown R G Walker WalkerT aJ r rT
j T Powell R l T 1 C Poulson PoulsonEd PoulsonEd PoulsonEd
Ed Veltz R IS i H Mork MorkW Morkv Iorklente
W v Keate L G Peterson PetersonR
R McMurrln Me MeMurrinL lurrln L T 1 D 1 MIchleson MIchlesonII llIchle on
II 1 Doles I L K TehirOtto Tehir tehlrOtt
Otto Ott Weber Q B S Price PriceFrank PrleFrank lrleeFrank
Frank Dubel R H 8 G Hans Hansen HansenAbe n nAbe nAbcVIS8
Abe AbcVIS8 Wiess L U B C Wolley WolleyArt Wohiey5Art Vollf > Y Yrt
Art rt McMurrln F B Broadbeck BroadbeckCaptain BroadbecltCaptain llroadbeekCaptain
Captain CaptainTlie CaptainThe CaptainThe
The touchdowns were made by WIN WlessWeber WiessuVeber S Seber
Weber eber and Dubei ubl Goal was kicked by byArt b bArt byArt
The Sugar House basket ball team beat beatthe beatthe beatthe
the Murray hlrrn school team on the Murray Murraygrounds Murriygrounds Iurrn Iurrnround8
grounds yesterday r teldll by a score of 14 to 5 SThe 5The 5The
The winners lineup is as a follows V VHampton YHAmpton Vhampton
Hampton i U W Young Youn and V Borberg Borbergforwards Borbirforwulds Borlwrgforwards
forwards C C Fisher and J 1 Summerhayse Summerhayseguards tSummrhasu Summerhaysguards
guards u rds The Tn second N oud Sugar team was de defeated t1 t1feated defeated ¬
feated by a score of S to 4 4Pacific 4Pacific
Pacific Coast League LeagueSan LeagueSan LeagueSan
San Francisco Nov NO 16 16It It was an even eventhins centhin eventhlhlg
thins thin between Portland And the home homeplayers homeplarcrli borneplayers
players today toda until the seventh onth Inning InnlnJwhen inningwhoa Inningwhon
when the northerners found the combi combination eornbination ombinRtlon ¬
nation of Wheelers heelfll curves cur and opened a afusillade nfuslllndo afusillade
fusillade that settled the contest Score ScoreR
R H E EPortland B BPortland BPortland
Portland 5 t 11 3 3San JSan 3Saui
San Francisco Fr8lcl co 1 1 1BatlorINGRrln 1BatterieaGnrvin
Batteries BatlorINGRrln Garvln and McLean Wheeler Wheelerand Wheelerand
and Wilson Umpire tmplreloCarth UmpircMoCarthyOakland McCarthy r rOaklnn j jOakland I
Oakland Cal Nov 16Tacoma Tacoma won wontoday I ItfKlny Itoday
today by superior superIor stick work ork and perfect perfectfielding perfecttleldmg perfectfielding
fielding A feature of Ui the game gam was the thebatting thebatting
batting and fielding of Casey Score ScoreR ScoreH I
R H H E ETaconia ETaconlll ETacoma
Taconia Ii t 10 0 0Oakland 1 1Oakland
Oakland 03 kland 2 1 2 2BatterloeFitzgerald
Batteries BatterloeFitzgerald Fitzgerald and Hogan Ha HSUIj HSUIjer us user ¬ I
er Bluexrud ana Hackett Umpire UmpirePer UmpirePerrine Per Perrinc
rinc rin
Bull Fights but No Prize Fights FightsChicago FihtsChicago FightsChicago
+ Chicago Nov O 18 111A A dispatch to 4 4 4the
+ 4 the Tribune from City CJt of Mexico Mexicosays I ilco ilco8811S + f fsays
> + + says 8811SlhA 4 4The I
4 The government erlment last night ni ht re retused refused + f ffused
+ fused to permit a fightfor tight tor the tGe light lightt lIghtweight +
4 t weight championship of Mexico be between + fy I Itween
+ 4 tween Colin and am Esheron The con contest +
4 test was to have been to a finish finishfor finishfor + 4for I
+ for x purse pur of 150 15IYale 1860 + f fYale
+ + + + + + + + + + + +
Yale Man Protested ProtestedNew ProtestedXew ProtestedNew
New Haven Conn Nov 10 16 1GHornco Horace A ASoper 4 4SOPfr ASoper
Soper of Bloomlnston Bloo nln tDn 111 was last lastnight lastnlht lastnight
night elected captain of the Yale fresh freshman fresbman freshman ¬
man football team In place of RS Rose Rosewhom Roswhom RoseWhICill
whom tho Harvard freshman fre htnlln athletic at attorneys altorlle attoruleys ¬
torneys torlle g have protested alleging a lng that he heplayed heJlnyoo hePlayed
played on a college team before he en entered entered entored ¬
tered Yale YaleGarfield YaleGarfield
II IIGarfield
Garfield train leaves 1130 a m mARTICLES inARTICLESNOT
Colorado Iron Works Loses L ses a Suit for
5000 Owing to a aKinkin aKinkinthe Kink in inthe in inthe
the Idaho Law LawSpecial LawSpecial LawSpecial
Special to The Herald HernldBoise HemldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Idaho Nov 10v16A 16 16A A decision of ofgreat otgreat ofgroat
great Interest to all foreign f re in corpra corprations c c riQ rpia rpiations a atlons
tions doing business b lness in Idaho I aho tbatmay tbatmaynot
not have fully full complied l with the Idaho Idaholaw Tdaholaw 1daliolaw
law has been rendered by b fuQie udge ue Smith Smithat
at Welser He holds that the Colorado ColoradoIron Col coloradoIron rf do doIron
Iron Works rorks co4 co 1any 4uny tIl1 denot < n6t l t maintain maintainan
an action on contract In n this state and andthat andthat andthat
that the contract t 1 over > v er r which the th litiga litigation l1tlgadon lltigation ¬
tion arose Is void Tha Th company sued suedthe fiuedthe suedthe
the Gold Coin Mining company for a abalance Iibillanc abalance
balance of 5000 due on a mill The Themining Themining Themining
mining company c mpan claimed an offset and andthe andthe andthe
the Colorado > company filed a lien which whichit
it sought sou ht to foreclose It is provided providedby
by b the Idaho law la that a foreign cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration must mu t flle its articles o of incor incorporation in incorporatkrn cor corporat ¬
poration porat n designate its principal place placeof
of business in the state and andappoint appoint a aresident aresident aresident
resident agent upon whom horn proces may maybe mn mnbe 1113Ybe
be served The Colorado company had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not done this After Att r it had introduced introducedIts
Its proofs in the case the defense moved moveda ved veda
a nonsuit which was granted for the thereason thereAson thereason
reason stated It was held the th contract contractwas contractwas contractwas
was void old that tile th company could not notsue notsue notsue
sue in this state and that tho company companymuat companymust companymust
must aflhjnmt afi aflihmqtv1y lmqtlY VQJy show It t has com complied complied cornplied ¬
plied wlthQ wlthQGarfield wIt aiththQtmy r Qt y tl W > V Vt VGar
t 4 a a7arield
Garfield Gar ield train ir In leaves 1130 11 30 a m
Saved From Burning Barn arn Through TliroughBravery ThroughBravery ThroughBravery
Bravery of a Woman WomanHANDFUL WomanHANDFUL WomanHANDFUL
I Three small boys bo s playing with withmatches withmatches withmatches
matches in the large twostory twolitolbarn twolitolbarnbelongIng barn barnbelonging barnbelonging
belonging to J M Whltaker at 975 9T Gar Garflold GarfIeld OarfIeld
fIeld avenue a started a flro yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon osterdayafternoon
afternoon that resulted In the th barn be being being bejug ¬
ing burned to the ground and came camej camenearly
j nearly resulting in the children being
burned to death As the thebnrn barn was six sixty sixty ¬
ty feet long the fire spread to several severalhouses severalho severalhouses
houses ho ses in the neighborhood which wore woresaved worQsaved weresaved
saved only by the timely arrival of the theentire theentire theentire
entire fire department departmentj departmentEugene departmentEugene
j Eugene Whltaker Bert Dean and an
I I other small boy had secured a handful handfulof
of matches and going ong to the loft of the thebarn thebarn thebarn
barn began lighting them The dry dowood drywood drywood
wood caught fire the flames spreading spreadingso
so quickly quicl ty that the roof was burning burningbefore burninbefore burningbefore
before the frightened boys thought o oleaving or orJeavJn ofleaving
leaving JeavJn the loft When they reached reachedthe rCM11edthe
the stairs the fire had spread to thorn themcutting thorncutting thorncutting
cutting off all avenues of escape esoapeThe esoppoTho escapeThe
The flames were erc seen issuing from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the roof by Kenneth the he 13yearold 13yearoldson 13cnroldson
son of S C Dallas The boy bo who is issuifering1 IssUffering issuffering
sUffering from heart troublo began beganshouting beganshouting beganshouting
shouting at the top of his voice at attracting nttmeting attracting ¬
tracting the attention of a woman in inj inthe
j the employ of the Dallas household householdShe householdShe householdShe
She rushed into the barn and climbing climbingthe
the burning butnln stairs to the loft curried curriedthe oarriethe carriedthe <
the three sobbing youngsters from the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building just as the roof fell fellAn fellAh fellAn
An alarm was sent in and the depart department department denartment ¬
ment made the distance of three threei 1UesIn miles milesin ihilesin
in the recordbreaking time of twenty twentyminutes twent twentminutes twentyminutes
minutes By the time the department departmenthad
had arrived the barn had burned to tothe tothe tothe
the ground The homes of William J JDean JDean JDean
Dean and S C Dallas were saved after afterdifficulty afterdifficult afterlittiCUlty
difficulty Mr Whitaker had carried
500 insurance on the barn and contents contentsuntil contentsuntil contentsuntil
until last May Ia Feeling thai the build building bulldiug buildillg ¬
ing was in no danger of fIre he dropped droppedthe
the insurance so the loss is complete completeMr
Mr Whitaker sid s d last night that 1500 1500would 1500would 1500would
would not cover the actual loss sus sustained SU5I sustamed ¬
tamed tainedThe talnedThe tamedThe
I The condition of Kenneth Dallas was wasrendered wasrendered wasrendered
rendered serious by b the fright caused causedby causedb causedby
by b the fire The boy is suffering from frominflammation frominfiammation frominflammation
inflammation of the heart and andns as he hebecame hebecame hebecame
became hysterical h sterlcal it was found noces necessary nocessar nocessar3
sary sar to administer opiates The boys boyscondition boyscondition boyscondition
condition was reported serious late last lastnight lastnight lastnight
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since justified its name nameThe narneTheking
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shirts of i equal price price1OOan
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without a Big Dinner And Andwhat Andwhat Andwhat
what would the dinner amount amountto a ount ountto
to without withoutin withoutHusters withoutHuslers
Husters Flour Flourin
in i its preparation preparationFrench preparationPORTIERES
French dry cleaned cle ned lv 1 A modem moderncleaning modemcleaning modemcleaning
cleaning and dyeing shop for ladies ladiesand ladleand ladiesand
and gent ent lemens garments carmentsPAUMIES JarrnentsPAUMIES garmentsPAUMIES
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mad after a years ears patient laboratory laboratorywork laboratorywork I
work aimed in a certain direction It Is IsNewbros isNewbros
Newbros Herplclde a preparation that thatprevents thatprevents thatprevents I
prevents falling hair and speedily and andpermanently andpermanently andpermanently
permanently eradicates dandruff The Theevils lhcF lhcFolIs Thceevils
evils arc caused cau er1 by a germ erm or parasite parasitethat p ptirasitethat rnlt rnltthut
that burrows into the scalp throwing throwingup
up dandruff as it seeks to sap the life or otthe orthe orthe
the hair at the th root Theres no baldness baldnesswithout baldneswithout baldnesswithout
without falling or thin hair no thin hair hairwithout hallwithout hairwithout
without dandruff and no dandruff if tno tnogerm thoJcrm tflttgerm
germ Is destroyed de8tr pd Newbros Herpicidc H Hthe 11the iithe
the only preparation that will do the thework thework thework
work Destroy D stro the cause cause you wIHre wIHrempve wUrrempe will re renwve
mpve the effect Sold by b leading leadln drug druggists drugglSt5 drugglsts ¬
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The Hcrplcide Co Detroit Mich MichAssessment MioliAssessment I IAssessment
Assessment No 14 14LOWER 14LOWER I
pany Principal office room 518 Dooly Doolylotk DoolybJOlk Doolyblok
Canv lotk bJOlk Salt Lake City Cit Utah Notice is lahereby ishcrtiby ishereby
hereby given that at a meeting of the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors held on the 21st day of October i
1305 1 05 an assessment of 5 conts per share sharebeing sharebelnt sharebeing
being assessment No 11 was levied upon uponthe uponthe I
the capital stock of the corporation c pay payable PB PBable payable ¬
able Immediately to A Reeves secretary secretaryof I Iof Iof
of the company at his office 516 Dooly Doolyblock Doolyblock
block Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny UtahA1 UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay assessmentniay i ininy
may niny remain unpaid on Thursday lhursda Nov No
23 1903 > will bo delinquent and advertised advertisedfor
for fo salo at public auction and unless unlesspayment unlesspayment unlesspayment
payment is made before so many mon shares sharesof sharesof
of each parcel of such audi stock as may be benecessary b benecessary
necessary will willbe be sold on the 12th day da or ofDecember orDecember orDecember
December 1903 at 230 oclock o clock p m of ofsaid orsaid ofsaid
said day to pay pn the delinquent assess assessment asaessrnent
ment thereon together with the cost of ofadvertising O ofadvertising r radvertising
advertising and expense expenseotsale of sale saleA
516 Dooly Block Salt Lake City Utah UtahFirst U UtahFirst ah ahFirst
First publication Oct O t 22 2 1905
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Cigar CigarTencent ar BB QB SB BB BBTencent III IIIQB
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Tencent quality for five cents centsHeretofore centsHeretofore
i iHeretofore
Heretofore impossible i1J1possibleand and now novI only by the terms of the thenew thenew thenew
new commercial treaty tr aty between the United States and Cuba CubaIf CubaIfyou
If Ifyou you smoke tencenters tencenterssave save half your cigar money Five Fivecents Fivecents Fivecents
cents paid for a New Tariff actually buys as good a smoke as asten as asten asten
ten cents would get a year ago agoIt agoIt I IIt i
It buys you a cigar of the sort you are willing to tell your yourfriends yourfriends youri yourfriends
friends about aboutThe aboutl aboutThe aboutThe
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The standard of workmanship wcrkmans ip in the making of the New Tariff is the very highest highestMechanical highestMechanical highestMechanical
Mechanical equipment may not interest you sanitary equipment should Every sanitary sanitaryappliance sanitaryappliance sanitaryappliance
appliance that brains and money have been able to produce is used to insure the smoker absolute absolutefreedom absolutefreedom absolutefreedom
freedom from anything undesirable undesirableThe undesirableThe undesirableThe
The New Tariff is the latest product of newlyapplied newlyapp1iedlmodern modern methods that have abso absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely revolutionized the cigar industry industrySold industrySold industrySold
Sold by all Cigar Dealers Dealersgar DealersI DealersWDl DealersWin
Win A Stickney Cigar gar COf COfI Co CoSt
I St Louis Kansas City Denver Salt Lake City if
I Delinquent Notice NoticeNEW NoticeEW NoticeEW
company Location Park City Utah UtahPrincipal UtahPrlnc UtahPrincipal
Principal Prlnc 1al place of business Salt Lake LakeCity l LakeCity oke okeClt
City Clt Utah UtahNotice UtahI UtahNoticeTlierc
I Notice loUceTbere There are aredellnquenr delinquent upon the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following described d scrlbedstock stock on account of ofassessment otassessment ofassessment
assessment No o 8 of 4 1 cents per share sharolevied sharelevied
levied on the 9th day of October 1905 the theseveral lheBeral tlteseveral
several amounts sot opposite the names namosof nllmosot namesof
of tho respective stockholders as fol follows folIc lotlows ¬
lows Ic 8
Cert CertName Certame CertName
Name ame No 0 Shares Amt AmtW Amtv mt mtYo
W Yo W v Armstrong 20S2 100 400 400J 400J 4 4J
J A s Pollock Co 21l I1 100 4W 4WJ 100I
J Oberndorfer 267C 6 G 100 4UO 4UOP 400P 4110P
P II Goggln 50 10 1 ifd 1W 1WD t 10D i
D Watson 93 109 0 40J 4jH
11 B B Cole 1 161 t 100 tOO 400W 404W tOOW I
W W Armstrong ArmstrongM ssn 100 10 00 400 400Sheets 4111Sheets 4 4Sheets
Sheets Thompson 348 500 A 3900 3900Hudson I03 I03hudson oo ooHudson
Hudson Bros Co Co151 351 100 40 40Sheets 404Sheets t tSheets
Sheets Thompson 3SO 100 400 400Sheets 400Shects 400iheets
Sheets Thompson 3S4 100 403 403Sheets U USft 10 10Sheets
Sheets Sft etlj Thompson ompson 416 100 400 400J 400T
J T Rae 417 TOO 3X00 3X00S 00 00S
S So C Ewing 450 4 O COO 2000 2000N 000N 2000N
N A Page 811 109 400 400A 100A I0 I0A
A L Stewurt 529 125 iOt iOtJ 500B 00
12 J Byrnes 61S 61 W WP i0 Y04 Oft <
P F L FeakinsK Peaklns C22 o 300 00 1200 1200A
A L Jacobs 733 100 40D 40D1C 100IC
1C 1 M f Lo Prohon Prohon701 701 m 2000 2000T 2000B on
T JI 1 Miller SCO S1J 1 16 16W 16Armstronr 16v
W v W w Armstrong U3 1t GOt 2001 2001W 260W
W AV B Armstrong 055 fi BX > 260fl 260flJ
J IF Martin Iarti n 97 7S 120 O 4SO 4SOIV 480W 48 48c
IV c W Armstrong ArmslrOn fSl 500 00 5300 5300W 2000W JOI
W W V Armstrong 995 2 2T 418 418F < iC
C T R Street 1170 lr O 100 4001 4001M 40 400M
M 1 M Miller llfiO 100 409 409J 414T 405j
J T W v Witt itt 1156 200 O 800 800W 500V fJO fJOW
W V W Armstrong 121S 100 00 400 400W 400tv 4000Y
W Y J 1 Buck 1238 12t t 200 00 S03 OO 06lv j
tV W Armstrong 127S 40 100 1 1J 160W i iW i
W J Browning 1W7 1 00 360 360J
J T Oborndorfer 12SS SCO 50 3000 3000Sheets OO OOSheets
Sheets Thompson1303 100 4 400 400i < j
M I i Bailee 1SS5 1 6r 100 400 400J 400J 400J I
J R R Kocht 1394 W0 2000 2000T
T R Focht l 11 15 > ff 100 1 4 4W 400 400rmstron 401v
W v W Armstrong rmstron 1424 500 2000 2000W 2 200tv
W W Armstrong Armslron 14S 1 SOU 3109 3109W 2000lv t < l lArlUstrOn
W W Armstrong 1527 10 500 3900 3500M OO OOf j
M nailee 1610 10 101 409 flit 40 40t i iM
M t Bailee 1C13 H jO 400 400J 400J
J M Reynolds 1019 100 00 4001 4001G 400 400G 400G I
G W Feaklns 1657 101 0 40J 40JM 404r
M r A Bell 1M7 i6o 100 400 400n 400a 400G
n B Fahrcndorf 1072 fOO 8001 8001Sheets 800 800Sheets 50Sheets
Sheets Thompson 170 170n 705 MO OttOC 1200 1200C
C C F Johns 1721 75 300 300W 300W 00 00K I
W K Burch 1773 83 S 340 340W 240v 10
W V T Burch 1898 G03 200fl 200flP 2600P 2506p I
P A Han Hanen en 1801 42 l lm
1 11 MeNds 1R44 1 > 4 200 1 1201 1201S 120S I IR
S R W Pratt 1S55 sos 2 tM tMC 01 01C
C Morby Iolb 19t5l 911 2fW lOdl lOdlA 10OtA
A Peterson Pet rson 2004 SW 1101 1101T l 1201T Ol Olr
T H Paull aXTC 2SQO ii0 11100 11100W IJ2ooGra 11206W
W Gray Gra 20S1 500 SJOJ SJOJJ Ol OlT
J A Polloek C0211G 51 2000 2000W 2000W O OW
W A Rhodes 2124 200 2t SOO SOOT
T F OBrien 2110 21 O 200 20 SOO SOOL 800h 500T
L T Drake 3136 136 lOt l l 644 644Mrs GHlrR 641Mrs
Mrs lrR S II McCarty2144 McCnrt 2lU 400 1COO 1COOJ GOO GOOJ
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K F F M r West 534 < 100 400 400Child 400Child 400Child I
Child Cole Co Co4S SMS U8 500 2000 2000Child 2000Child OO I
Child Cole CO Co2lU 2340 100 400 400Child 400Child 100Chll
Child Cole Co Co35c3 W8 310 100 400 400J3 406Ia I IE
J3 M 1 West 2378 100 403 403E 400E 40E
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1 L r Sheets 241Q W 400 400Child 400ChUr 4041Child
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If W W Doscher WS2 100 400 400H 400H t00H
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B P LeCompte jr46 jr 2460 100 00 400 4001I I IFe
71 Cohen 248 los 01 401 401J 40T 401j
J T Oberndorfer 84 5406 OG 100 00 400 400J 100J
J Obcrndorfor 8M1 01 100 400 400X 4tr 40 40t
r X t Oberndorfer Obern orfer ttOO 00 5 100 400 400J 100I
J A Pollock COSH5 Co 5515 109 m 4W 4WT IOJI
T I I Ean E n 35 ltt 1OtT 401 401T 40T
T Esan E n n to 2SSM 10 i0 111 403 403J
J 1 A Pollock C02S5S Co SOS Sfl SflJ 800J
J A Pollock C02S3S 100 1 1 401 401J
J 1 A t Pollock C02R39 Co 19 nOO 1201 1201f 01 01C 041C
f C K PKtt 2 tIii 251 5 100 4C 4R 401 401H 1 1n
n R M L Talor 25 259 00 30 12CO 12COM 1200r
M I S Pendergast 2GB 1 100 400 400K 400It I
K M West West2629 2gH 1 IW 11 40fi 40fiH 4041OConnell
H OConnell 2645 26t 64I 203 20 8001 8001II 8IJ 80H I
H Long LOn 264fi 3M SOT SOTK 500E
K M 1 West rest 2663 20 X 800 800T 8111
T Ooerndorfer 2fiRU 503 26W 26WMeyer m mreyer
Meyer re cr Joseph Joseph2GOO 2G90 100 00 400 400Meyer 400Iier 400Mtyer
Meyer t Joseph losepll2601 2891 10S IQ 4K 4KJlever 4 4Meyer >
Meyer Joseph Joseph2696 2fi96 500 20 2OChild 20Child 0 0Child
Child Cole Co Co7 2705 500 2000 2000J OO OOJ
J M 1 Dickson 2715 00 200 200E 3 3E 260F
E Rorenbaum 271 500 2000 2000T I IJ
J T L Hamilton 27S5 400 1600 1600S
S L j Raddon Rnddon24tr S7SS 500 2000 2000F 20 20j OO OOP
F j Simon 2757 20 SOO SOOS 800S S SS
S W e Platt 276S 5 5lJ 5fl < X > 20CO 20COH OroH 2060H
H Fares 2797 100 400 400AV 400W 4 4v
AV v L Mlddauer 2815 2S1 20 21 8M 8MR 800R S SIt
R R S Wimmcr 24B lo 500 2000 2000Nellie 2Q00r 2000Nellie
Nellie r cHle Mosby losb 2853 200 SOO SOONellie 8001IJe 204Nll1e
Nellie 1IJe Mosby Mosb 25S lj 11 1t 4W j
TH T 9 H Paull 2SGO roo El 00 tOO 2000T tOOT 2600T <
T H Paull 2 28 63 4 400 0001 0001F i1G I
F V Dankowski 2S91 sJl P0 6041 > 1 261 261p Q041 0 0F
p V Dankowekl 2S92 500 2000 2000F 2G01F VI VIJ
F J V Dankowski 2SM 2S t EOO 3000 3000F 2000V OO OOF
F V Dankowski 2595 95 500 2000 2000F
F Y Dankowskl tS 2SM S 500 Ti4 S0ftl S0ftlF CA CAF
F T i Dankowski 2tt7 7 9 Scil 2001 2001F 2 IOOF 2000F
F V Dankowski 298 S9S WO 00 jiW 0J q
1 V e Dankowski 2SKJ 50 200Q 200QF 2 200F J JF
F F V Dankowaki 29M 50tf 20 t
P 1 v Dankowskl 2Wl IOCD 40CQ 40CQF 4UIF 400F
F V Dinkowski 291S C0 X > 1200 1200F 200J
F J 1 V Dankowski 2919 19 HJ 403 403T I IT
T W V Wilde 124S n lOse 4CM 4CMDeminsrDavis 4 400DomingDavis cJ cJDemln
DeminsrDavis Demln rDaJ Co Co2931 2931 SOt 39011 39011DcminsrDnviH 2601 2601DemingDasis
DcminsrDnviH D Co Co29112 2033 t 500 20C 20CDominsDavis 1oJej
DominsDavis Domln Dn19 Co Co2JJ3 XtK 5 50 > 20W 20WDeminffDaviH 2006DemingDavis OfIiJDetningDa1s
DeminffDaviH Co Co2951 295t t 500 X JO 30 200 200DomingDavis OO OODcmlngDuls < i
DemingDavis Co 342 rII 50 2000 2000DominsDavis 000DomlnsDals 2000DomingDavis
DominsDavis Co 2957 500 2000 2000F YIOOP 200F
F A Evans 2069 51 504 2800 2800F 2004F OOO OOOF
F A Evans 2970 jO 500 3600 3600F oo 041p
F I p A Bull 297S j6 fiOO 2408 2408P 2106F 40iII
P I A Bull 29S1 900 3GOO 3GOOAnd 1600And OO OOAnd I
And in accordance with the law Ia atv and an anorder anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made on onthe onthe onthe
the fllh day dll of October 1905 so many man manyshares i ishares I
shares Rhar s of each parcel of stock as may ma be benecessary lie liene benecessary
necessary ne ssar will be sold at the secretarys secretarysoffice secrctnljsofJc1 secretarysoffice
office No 12 East Second South street streetSalt streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake J akft City Utah on Saturday Satllrdl Dec
2 1 li04 05 at 12 2 ocl9ck ocl < k noon to pay the de delinquent delinquent dolinquent ¬
linquent assessment asscssm nt together with the thocosts thpCOHts thecosts
costs of advertising nd rlisln and the rxp expenses < > ns s of ofsale ofsale ofsale
sale J II DEJITNG DEJITNGSecretary DE DEMINGSecretary nXG nXGSecrctulj
No No1 12 East Second South street streetSalt streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City CityPIONEER cn CityPiONEER
company Location of principal place of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City Clt Utah rtahThcre There arc arcdelinquent nrodettntuont arcdelblquont
delinquent upon the following described describedstock d describedstock crlbed crlbedstock
stock on account of assessment assc lment levied on onthe outhe Oilthe
the Cth day da of October 1903 190 the several severalamounts f1t severliamounts > r 1 1amQunts
amounts eot et t opposite the th nam nami s of the therespective theespceto Ito Itorespective
respective shareholders > rs as H follows followsNo followsXo followsNo
No of No of ofNames ofames ofnmes
Names ames Cert Share Amt AmtFrank AmtFrank mt mtIrrank
Frank Cole CCI 15 VK A M 510 11 U UG IAJ IAJG liiiCr
G W Proctor Pro tor fl 100 8 8811 8811A w wA iS iSA
A H Rock S1S2S3 8I 100 10 SW SWIsrael S SIsrael W OIJIsrse1
Israel Cole 5936 lt 1HT 11 23 11 2 2Paul K KPaul KS8J
Paul Bllnu 58J 28 1090 1 10l 3MXI 3MXIG 2BOMU 211 V till tillO
G W Grantor Gr ntor 21 U I 1000 100 ID ID777S 0 0L nu nuL l lL I
L Engllman 777S 150 150Jams 3 3Jamog 3t II IIJames
Jams W Hobley Hoble 85 200 400 400William 4 4William 0 iS iSWilliam >
William Atwood AtwoodE 86 6 100 jo 2 2fO01 0 0E 00 00B >
E W Stringfellow StringfellowPaul fO01 91 1 130 J 30 Wl lIJPaul 011Paul
Paul D Christensen ChristensenSarph Chri tIUel1 87 1 1ft 0 UO UOP3 10Sarllh ticSarah
Sarah Jane Atwood AtwoodAugust P3 100 flO 2 Wl
August Rauscher 33 100 2 W WPeter lit litPeter UtPeter
Peter Ehrinheim iccios 20t 40 w wAnd tIJAnd ticAnd
And in accordance n ordance with law and an order orderof orcl1lof orderof
of th the > board bOIr l of directors made on the the6th the5th theSilt
Silt day dR of October 1903 ao many shares sharesof hDrtsof
of each parcel par > 1 o of such uch stock as a may mn l he henctssary Ienecessary o onecessary
necessary will 1li be sold at room 3 Central Centrablock C Centralblock ntre1 ntre1bJocl
block Salt Lake City Clt Utah on the 30th 30thday GWday 30thday
day of November 1905 at the hour ot
10 a m to pay delinquent assessments assessmentsthereon nssessmentsthereon assessmentsthereon I
thereon together with the cost of ad advertising adcrUsln adverttsing ¬
vertising crUsln and expense cX11 > nse of sale saleChPAS 8nl 8nlCHAS saleCllAS
CHAS E RICHARDS Secretary SecretaryLocation SecrctnnJlocalion SecretaryLocatIon
Location of office room 3 Central Centralblock Centralblock Centralblock
block Salt Lake City CIt Utah UtahDelinquent 1tll1Dclinquent UtnilDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeJIAPLE NoticeMAPLE I IlIAPLE
olpnl place Pin ce of business Salt Lake City CityUtah Cll Cllrtah CityUtah
Utah Location of mines Tlntic mining miningdistrict minimdlstrlctNoUce miningdlstrlcLNOtiCC
district dlstrlctNoUce Notice There > are delinquent delinquentupon delinquentUllon delinquentupon
upon the following fol1owin described stock on onaccount unaccount onaccount
account of assessment No o 14 of oro orofifth on onfifth orfifth
fifth 15 15 of a cent per share levied or ortho ontllQ orth
tho th 15th day da of o September 1903 the soy several se seeral soyoral ¬
eral amounts set opposite the names of ofn orUle ofthe
the < respective > n nnntln shareholders oVinr tinlrlnrv as oc follows followsNo followsNo fnltrm l lNo
No Amt AmtName Amtame AmtName
Name ame Cert C rt Shares Due DueJ
J H Roth iSS 2500 55001 55001J OO OOJ UOJ
J H RotlJ 289 3500 OO 300 j jJ I IJ tJ
J H Roth 291 1 1000 1 OCtO 200 200J 260J 00 I IJ
J H Roth 323 5000 1000 1000And 1000And 1000And
And In accordance ntc rdnnce with law and an or order ordor orfor ¬
for of the board of directors made on onthe onlhe onthe
the 15th 1 th day da of September 1903 903 so many manyshares manysbare manyshares
shares of each parcel of such stock as asmay asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold at public publicauction publicauction publicauction
auction at the office ofJceof of the secretary secretar at I Iis
78 West We t Second South street Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City CIt Utah on Thursday Thursd y November 28d d
1905 1 ft at 10 oclock a m to o pay the de delinquent deIInquont dolinquent ¬ I
linquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with with the cost of advertising and expenses expensesof
of sale L L L ROEBER ROEBERSecretary ROEBERSecreta POEBERSecretary
Secretary SecretarySalt Secreta SecretaSalt SecretarySalt
Salt Lake City Clt Utah Nov No 9 1905 1905Stockholders 1905Stockholders 1965Stockholders
Stockholders Meeting MeetingSOUTHERN MeetingSOUTHE1IN I
per ier Mining 8 d Milling company companyto compnnroUce companyNotice
Notice ot meeting of stockholders stockholdersto
to amend articles of Incorporation IncorporationNotice IncorporationNotlco IncorporationNotice I
Notice is hereby given that a aspecial aspeolal aspecial
special meeting of the stockholders of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Southern Pacific Gold Copper Min Mining MinIng Mislag ¬
ing JIIIHng company a corporation of ofUtah orUtah ofUtah
Utah will be b held at the office of the thecompany thecompny thecompanY
company 250 West W st 5th North street Salt SaltLake SnitLake SaltLake
Lake CitY Utah on the 24th day of No November November November ¬
vember 1905 at 2 oclock p m for the thepurpose thepurpoae thcpurpose
purpose of O amending the th articles of In Incorporation Incorporation Incorporatiou ¬
corporation of said corporation and mak making makIn maletag ¬
tag In the capital stock stuckot of said corporation corporationone
one million nil 11 on shares of the face or par value valueof valueof alueof
of 1fj 100 each Instead of six hundred thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand shares of the face or par value of orro
60 cents each by amending endlng article VI ot ottho O Otho orthe
tho articles of incorporation to read as asfollows asfollown
follows follownThat I
VI VIThat V I IThat I Ithe
That the amount of the capital stuck ot otthe ofthe
the said corporation shall be one million milliondollars tnlllJondollars milliondollars
dollars which hall be divided into one onemillion OMmUllon onemillion
million shares of the face ace or par value of ofV otone ofona
one lUIO iD0ydollaricach iD0ydollaricachJXM1S ollarteach ollarteachf
President P i sa nt Southern S thern Pacific Gold G td Cop Copper Copp COpl COplpei ¬
per p r Mining flnl1 Milling Company
Consult county eount clerk or the therespeeUve therespeeUvesl2 respective respeetlvasleners respectivesigners
signers sl2 r for further Information InformationLK
division in and for Salt Lake county countystate countystate
state of Utah to1b In n the matter of the estate estateof
of Samuel S Pond sr deceased deceasedNotice de deceasedNoticcTbe ased asedNot1ceThe
Notice Not1ceThe The petition of Samuel S Pond Pondjr Pondjr PondJr
jr executor of th the estate of Samuel S SPond SPonll SPond
Pond sr deceased praying pra lng for the set settlement liettlemlnt settlemest ¬
tlement of final account of said sa d executor executorand extCulotand executorand
and for the distribution of the residue of ofsaid orNnld ofsaid
said estate to the person entitled has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been set for or hearing on Saturday the 28tn 28tnday th thday thday
day of November A D 1W6 at 10 oclock oclocka
a m at a t the county court house in the thecourt thecourt thOcourt
court room of said court in Salt Sa Salt t Lake LakeCity LaktCity LakeCity >
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahltJ1E88 UtahVLtnesa
Witness the clerk of said court
Seal S nl with lth the seat eal thereof affixed this this15th lhir1dth thisitlt
15th day da of f November XO lnltr A 4 D I I IJ 1J 1511
J 1 U KLDRKDGB I LDm DGg Jr Clerk ClerkJ ClerkJ1I
J J1I R Howdle > Attorney for Katate KatateIN Esttl UstateiN
division dlI lon in and for Salt Lake county ollnt ollntStatc
State of Utah In the matter of the M Mtate cctate I Itatt
tate of Sarah J L Larkin rkin deceased decea deceasedNo deceasedNotier etJXo etJXotlc No Notice ¬
tier tlc The petition oC Frank K 1 Larkin Larkinpraying J4arkUInr Larlelitpraying
praying nr lng for or the Ih issuance iH lJlHlOO to Benjamin i iRich JRich 1Rich
Rich of ancillary letters of Hdministra Hdministratlon sdmhilstrailoit dminbitraHon
Hon in the estate of Sarah J l arkin harlem ha habeen hw hwbf11 hasbeen
been Kct t f fr > r hearing on Saturday the the25th theth the25th
25th th day of November A D 1M5 l at W Woclock J JocloJt 141olnek
oclock a m at the county IUlit court house housein
in the rourt room room of said court our In Salt
Lake City CJt Salt lake County COllnt Utah UtahWitness ttahltn UtahltItness
Witness ltn > R the clerk of said j ftid court courtSeal courtSeal courtSeal
Seal with the peal fal thereof affixid tins tinslltli IIwl11th litus11th
11th dny fIl iti of November A D I 19ft 19ftJ J JJ 911a 911aJ >
Booth 1 Lee L Attorneys rnf for r Petitioner PetitionerIN etll ftfr ftfrIN
court in and for Salt Lake eouiHy LOUIII t stat Ktattof statof tat tatof <
of Utah department N Ne 1 In the tI mat matter matt auntter ¬
ter t > r of th the estate stat < of Peter J JJdas > id8 dfnoai d deceased deceasedNoticejhc iiflEt iiflEtNoticeThf tJ tJNotice
Notice NoticeThf The > petition of Nicholas Judas Judaspraying fudajpra Iudasprayiuig
praying pra III for the admission to probate rohal of a acertain ItfItaln aeeitaln
certain < document purporting to be in inlast the thelust
last will and testament t tamnt of Peter 1 > pr JudHdeceased JudH huIIId hutlasdeceased
deceased d eaRd and for the th granting rHntin of letter lettertestamentary l iettertestamentary lttn lttnt I
testamentary t testamentary to Nicholas XI < holill Judas has b been beent beenset en enset
set > t for hearing on Saturday the lip 25th day dayof dayof ll llof
of November lo mher A D 19C 1 > at 10 Jt oclock oclocka
a in at the county eount court house lw in the thecourt thecourt theCourt
court room of salil sAI J court In Salt Lake LakeCity LakeIt LakeCity
City It Salt Lake county Utah UtahVitnesB Ctahitne8M LtshltilC55
VitnesB the th clerk of said court courtSeal courtSeal courtSeal
Seal with the seal flea I thereof affixed this this13th tills1th thisltil
13th day 1 of November A D 19fl6 19fl6J 1900J 115J
J U ELDREDGB Jr Clerk ClerkJlcCrea CIIkMcCrea ClerkMcCrea
McCrea Ilalgh Attorneys A ltorne s for PeG Petitioner Poiltloner PeGtioner ¬
tioner tionerIN tlonerl tionerIN
division III and for Salt Lake county countystate countystate
state of Utah In the matter of the es estate Ctitat catat ¬
tate tat of Charles Aiier deceased NotIce NolleThe NotlCf NotlCflhe NotIceThe
The petition of H P Lytle LU admfniBtratnr admfniBtratnrwith admlnlstratorwith adtufnlatratnrwith
with will annexed anll xed of the estate of Charter CharterAner CbarleAuer CharlesAiier
Aner deceased de > nEed for confirmation of the thosale lb lbsaJo thesale
sale of the following described d crlbed real and andpersonal andPersonal mdcrsonnl
personal crsonnl estate tate of said decedent towit towitAll towitAU toWitAll
All of lot 1 block 18 pint J Salt S Jt Lak LakfCity LakClt LakCity
City Clt survey mr y Salt Lake City and county countystate connutate countystate
state of Utah 20000 shares of the Black BlackHutte llli1ckButte BlackButte
Butte Extension Gold Mining company
575 shares of the Lucky LUck Bill Minin Mining corn cornpony comlnn eompany I
pony lnn for the sum of 73050 > And An8 upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the following terms towit Cash upon uponconfirmation ulnconfirmation uponconfirmation
confirmation as appears from from the return returnof returnof returnof
of sale filed in this court has been act actfor et t tfor i ifor
for hearing on Saturday Saturdft the Slit day of ofNovember ofNovember i iNovember
November A J D l0u at 10 oclock a m 111at illat j
at Ute county court house in the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room of said court in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake county count Utah UtahWitness Utahltn IJtallWitness I
Witness ltn 11 the clerk of Raid court courtwith courtwith courtwith
with the seal thereof affixed this thisSeal lblsSeal thisSeal
Seal 14th day of November A D 1995 1995J 1tDJ 1065J
D B Hempstead Attorney Attorne for Relate RelateIN EstateN rtat6IN
PROtl PROtldivision
division in and for Salt Lake cminty cmintystate c cffltntystate nt ntstate
state of Utah In the matter of the es estate estate estate ¬
tate of John C Wise deceased Notice NoticeThe NotlceThe NoticeThe
The petition of Minnie G Wise executrix executrixof
of the estate of John C C Wise ise deceased deceasedpraying deceasedpra deceasedpraying
praying pra lng for an order for authority to COH COHvey COttvey cosvol
vey to Frederick Ire ulck W Y Little In accordance accordanceto
to the th terms of a contract made during duringthe duringtbe duringthe
the lifetime of said deceased do eesed the follow following toUo toUoIng followlag ¬
ing described real estate of ail de deceased de deceased deceased ¬
ceased towlt Commencing at the north northeast northeust northeast ¬
east corner of lot 8 block 557 39 plat A Salt SaltLake SaltLalte SaltLake
Lake City survey and running thence thenesouth thenlsouth thencesouth
south 20 202 lh feet thence west 10 rods thence thencenorth thencenorth thencenorth
north 2014 20 feet thence east 10 rods to the theplace theplace theplace
place of beginning has been set for hear hearing hearInt hearlag ¬
lag on Saturday the 2ith day of Novem November November oem oembel ¬
ber A A D bOo at 10 oclock a m at atthe attIle
the county count court houae In the court room roomof roomof roostof I
of said court In Salt Lake City Clt Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utahi UtahiWitness Utah UtahWitness UtahtWitness
Witness the clerk of said court courtwith courtWith courtwith
with the seal thereof affixed tins tinsSeal tillSSeal thtisSeal
Seal 14th day da of November A D 1903 1903J 1 1J 1901J
J U ELDREDGE JR Clerk ClerkStephens CIrkStephens lerk lerkStephens
Stephens Smith Attorneys for peti petitioner PfllUoner petitioner ¬
tioner UonerI
206 lAIN ST STCalifornia STC STCalifornia
California C tornla and Eastern races e Dl Dli D1o D1o1ect Dlsect
i sect wires wiruon wirestdnll on all sport sportl 1 1iac Ilag
l lag e events even evenu eventsgp0
gp0 u
Notice NOtiCNOnCl
city oounoll of Skit Lake ii C i r rh rhintention thIntention iiiintention <
intention of s such ch council founcll to t iuV u 1 e efollowing ti tifollowing 1tolloing
following described deecribedlinprovenicit improvement t 1W 1WCOfllitrucUnp i we weConstructing v vConstructing
Constructing a cement c t sidewalk IIkIW I r = i iwide f fwide fwide
wide and four inc incside In < ft Ill t tside
side of First Went fhlt street from fromSouth frnlSouth frntSouth
South street to Ninth South sti stion ftlf at n non i ion
on the west est side of First t > c stit stitfrom sf sffrom atfrom
from Ninth South street to Mead Ip qf qfand tjf tjfand t tand
and constructing a cement si sid sidew < i < > TK 1 f ffeet fteet ffeet
feet wide w de and four inches thi 1hilk 1hilkMat tlliKeast k ke
e Mat t side of First Vest trod strtMead str trodMead < t tMead
Mead street to Goltg street and or 1 t tnorth tnorth tiOrth <
north side of Mead f ad street from fromWest frontVetit Ire g gWest
West street to West Temple 1d slrton tr 1don > ft fton
on the west W It < side of o West est Trnrlt jmrIfrQDt Tntikfrqipi vv vvfrom >
from Mead Y ad street to Ninth S Sum > niiTi t TC TCIn rc rcJnP1dewalk re1nPldewalk
In JnP1dewalk fndewalk districts NOB 20 2 0 and 4 4defray 4defray t tetra
defray etra the abutters portion if f till tlifa tilla tIrand
a and d expiute flXP < IUJe th threor < rtof mtimutiil s stitnltIltiooaavid mHl a athonKan1 t ttliotiKand
tliotiKand eight hundred > fin md ititl206a2i i i8D52 i1iIii2
1iIii2 206a2i 8D52 > dollars or MlflO fjtllo Od d it itper T Tr
per r front f nt or linear lint > ar foot of prot plIIrl r y yting a atins Jh JhUn
tins Un sixfoot ldalkts W walks in s sajt ail < i < l ilist ilistthere rlitthere ii iithere
there 1oin teiiig xnz 16137 ltin feet abutiiHK iil iilfoot ui II IIfoot t tfoot
foot walks walksind and 68iOO i06 ta I dJlol dJlolftmt 1 > iui iuifrimt j jfront
front ftmt or r Ihjear foot of projiity projiityting flrop nr p It Ittmg ty tyting
ting s sil id fourfoot sidewalk4 ii saiil Iil d dtrlct dtriel 41trict
trlct there being 1ACSG fe fd i Luv h I i iId i isaid g gsaid
said Id fourtoot walks by b a ament I Inent < < > IInt
ment upon Ii ° R the lob or pieces pkCf JKI JKIwithin J I Iwithin I Iwithin
within the following descrilieit dCl crilotI < li libJi l lbeing i ibeln
bJi being K the district tl lrkt to he aft afibenefited uftbent aftbenefited <
benefited bent > fitfd by said improvement improvementSixfoot Improvt intprovemltSixfoot > mf llf I II IISixfoot
Sixfoot eement sidewalk Frjifng FrjifngPlrst FIjtgJllr i iFirst
First t We WtfIt t street IItreetAH All of lots JObcluaivf lotselusive i ielusive <
elusive block 2 Walkers alkers iiiiir 111 1 1all i iall
all of lots 1 and 23 to 16 inrlusiv inhl I
1 Hunters 8ulH1iviaion nl > flivision the north lothof i iof r rof
of lot 11 11 the south 2476 4G feet f j jthe 1thL Ithe
the north 1154 11 4 feet f ft of f ftkMk J Jl Iblock
l block 23 3 5aer plat A I 1 1foot u ufoot I Ifoot
foot cement sidewalks Front l5ronIz ronlZ M < M Mf I IMt 4 4tost
tost f Mt t street tINl streetAll tI1I All of 101 lot loU 1 to M J m mblock II Iiiblock i iblOlk
block 1 Thorn subdivision nil f rto
2 to II Inclusive block S 3 V > i isulHlivuiinn p pIiIIIbdiv 1 1subdIvision >
subdIvision IiIIIbdiv t4ion Fronting Jl FrouitingstitAli lltiftC i II M Msti t ttltAII
tltAII sti tAll of lots 14 14lneitsaive i iinelitsive IInuIW
inelitsive InuIW iv blotk 1 all It 11 f fH
H to 21 = 1 inclusive block T 1 1Stree r rStre r rStree1
Stre Stree1 t subdivision liubdlvI ion FrimtiiiR V VreOlpIe r rTemple rfemple
Temple street streetAll All of lots 1 and lld 0 f 4 4indtnive 4Ineftlve 4Inelhslve
indtnive block 1 Jefferson Jctfersoiidivision Ht Htdivision 41dlislon
division and all of lots lot 1 ami a i 1ineluilive t tiwlusive tIftJu
iwlusive IftJu e block I Glenn tuhil sub UII > IMM IMMThe i iThe 1 1lht
The total coat co t of saW imprvnr imprvnrostimated hnJlfiJOBtlmatEclllt itnpr v mr mrestimated
ostimated at three thousand thou and one oneSixtyone 111 diesixtyotis < rtxtone
Sixtyone 1161110 S1 100 dollars of win winthe 111 111tBe it itthe
the citys portion is three humlr butt d > i f Ifive f ffive fftve
five and 75MO 430575 S575 5 > dollars dolla 1 1 iv ivtwo ntwo
two thousand eight hundred f < IS100 a t
25100 106 rji80525 t 20fl520 5 dollars to be ru r ralocal 1 1lec i ilocal
local l assessment assessmentAll
All protests and objections to th r rrylng rrlug rrying
rylng out of such intention in ten tJOt mn mnpresented m1 L Lpresent Yr Yrpresented
presented present < in writing wrlti to the city clt Ity r roil < iij iijon Jr Jron
on or l before > the 27th Ith th day of Novrmbf r
1905 being the time set by said saidell l lell r rcii
ell when it will hear and an consid considTprotests considprotests > to toprotHts
protests and objections obj tiOlIJil tut may ma be b bethereto 5 u uBy lh lhthereto
thereto theretoBy theretoBy
By order of the city councI of tfLake Sal SalLake St StLake
Lake City Utah UtahAssessment UtlhDatEd UtahDated
DatEd Oct 3Mh 1111 1111S
7 S CRrrCHLOW City fl rIcr rIcrSidewalk r rSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No 101 101Assessment 101Assessment
Assessment No 16 16WABASH 16WABASH 16WABASH
cipal Dlace laee of business bu ine Salt Lll LakUtah LllUtab I IUtahNotice
Utah UtahNotice Notice otice Is hereby her bl sivtn ivt < J1 thtt t Imeetino1 tmeeting tmeeting
meeting meetino1 of the board of directors i in inthe > n nthe athe
the list day d ol October ISXi io an a ament ameet
meet of title We ten cents uer shai v m mle1ed j jlevied
levied on tl thb e capital stock of th thration tI tIration
ration payable on or before tlu thiof nu nuof
of December 1905 to W Mont Frr Fsr Fsrrotary
rotary ltarT at tt room 5 550 Atlas bll bllSecond bIt l lSecond
Second South street Salt Lake i C CAny u > rr rrAny
Any stick upon which this a aarr aarrma ir irma
ma reroain rema1nunpaM nnnald on the 2nd ila 1 icemTher j jcember
cember HOSTwlH 1w will be delinquent delinquentverttsel na navertfsed
vertfsed f for ° r suie ae at public aucuuii aucuuiiunless auLIuiunless
unless payment is made betor betorsold a asoldon
soldon sold on the Mat day of December Decembcrpay i ipay
pay the delinquent d assessment tosirr tosirrwith tu tuwith
with the cost of advertising and andof > sa saof
of sale
w MONT FERRY Secrtir SecrtirLocation SertArLceatioa
Location of offices No 530 Atlas ftioK ftioKSalt hioleSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahThis UtahThis
This notice is now appearing dailr da c t tThe In InThe
The Salt Lake Herald HeraldAssessment HeraldAssessment
Assessment Notice No 28 28Tintic 28THE
Tintic Location of principal piao piaori pLi 2 2business
business ri Oot Salt T Lake alra rUtv City state arat if of Tl TlLocation L LLocation
Location of mine and works laitic m mXotlce rnlag
lag dlstllCt Juab county state of ofNotice
Notice is hereby given that at a IB mr mring f finsr
insr of the board of director of f fcompanY sii siicompany
company held on Nov 7th 1 ia iamont u > s smen
men mont No 28 of one cent per > i iwas 1r 1rwas
was levied on the capital stock of ofcorporation HI HIcorporation
corporation payable 4minedJately ij I Isecretary i isecretary
secretary at the office of the cora comjir jr
23 Commercial Club building Sale L LCitv Lit LitCity
City state of Utah Any stock u uwhich i iwhich
which this assessment shall rtmairi renlaripaid iir iirpaid
paid on Saturday the 9th day if I Icomber Icembor
comber 1805 will be delinquent and andvertised > i ivertised
vertised for sale at public auction auctionunless auctionunless
unless payment Is made before wn wnsold v 1 1nld
sold nld on Tuesday Jan 2 d < 1 l ltit K > i ioclock toclock
oclock p m to pay th the delinquent a asessmont aseusmont
sessmont together wfth the costs if ifBy u I id idyetiaing
yetiaing and xpeflSP of sale By nr rlY rlYof i iof
of thebpard of ofdtrCctor ofdtrCctorERNEST direct or orERNEST
ERNEST V1MJAMS Secretary SecretarySalt SecretarySalt
Salt Lake City Utah Nov 7th liJOa

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