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n SAJLJL SL LAKE I1EKALD TUESDAY PECEIBEP 12 J219O5 1905
L UERALDSPoRTs
DOUBLE CROSSED CROSSEDBY CROSSED1 CROSSED1BYEDDIEROOT
BY BYEDDIEROOT BYEDDIEROOTike EDDIE ROOT ROOT3ike
3ike ike Riders Who Helped Him Win WinAre WiiAre
Are Turned Dovru DovruHIS DowmHISWIFE
HIS HISWIFE WIFE A A GUN FIGHTER FIGHTERSTANDS FIGHTERSTANDS
STANDS OFF ANGRY BUNCH OF OFPEDAL OFPEDAL
PEDAL PUSHERS PUSHERSN PUSHERSNew
N New w York Dec tlAfter reeeivtnr reee1vln ttt tttfirra UW UWir
firra ir prizo rooiwy of o1 the th aixday bicycle bicycleru 1cYC161u
ru todayat tcday at tb the offleo offteRet ot P I T Power Poweri
i h promoter of the race Eddie Root waa waaftirrounded waarrounded
ftirrounded by a number of th rtdc rtdcwi r1t1 r1t1demaude1
wi > d rmauded < a nhart ot the money moneyThi rnoleyLh
Thi Lh y dtoiartid that a comhittaUon eombttaUoflo of ev evr evri
r ri l tarn had bten cn fornfod > r which whichin whkhv1
in rac ri wiuj to be manlpHlated o that thatIlf thatit
Ilf it tt Hhoiikf dtfeat tba th B fldefl dells and win wintr wntr
tr firat prte prteMrs prIMrs
Mrs Root waa with Th the bieycte rid V Vvtiin
vtiin 1 th demand or a dtetrfltutton ef efih f fI
ih I iF pr1z > rlz money w a made ana ud an aniiuMti anp
iiuMti p t that she hud tho men iniy and also alsogun alangulL
gun in hor muff and that she would wouldMnot woaldhict
Mnot th tha first man who triad to Uk taklt takltn > it itfU
fU n < RooU than th ti left th thc buUdlnf
Th distrilmtion of tho money w waa con conted eonted
> < ted in secret and only one on team at a alime aVTflt
lime was W1 asImlttd dtnlt J to the office of otMr otMrt Mr Mrlowers
lowers t ors Later Mr dr Powers who whoIL hati hatiill
ill IL ignorant of the th combination said saidtiiai
tiiai 11 all tto t ha riders had received prixee prixees
s advertiawl Many received Ixmusca IxmuscaciiU bonumiti
ciiU iti all received something somethingCRESCENTS aomeihlngCRECENT8WIN
CRESCENTS CRECENT8WIN WIN THREE THREEleague THREELeague
league leaders Have Little Trouble Troublein Troqblein
in Defeating Tail TailEnders TailEnders
Enders EndersStanding EndersStanding
Standing of the Teams TeamsI
I
WOH Lost p c cVi Ciits
< Vi nts 23 5 Sla Slaruxedoa storuj
ruxedoa ruj IS 1 tat tatS w w1hlbtflII
1hlbtflII itsit itsitt4tora
S t4tora utorn 1R I I1OUVIR S SMissourlww
Missourlww 10 fri friIt i iII
II ln lrladg > ada 8 IS ISfrliiants 1i t tTrfliants
frliiants 18 18The ths thTIh
s
The Crescents increased increaa their lead hi hitoe h htriE
toe league race last evening by b the ad adutton adI
utton I Qfl of three thrt + more games taken takeniii from fromStars
iii Stars It was easy money for the theJ theAgue
J < Ague leaders against the tailenders and andijfh andJj
ijfh Jj game watt taken by b a largesized largesizediore lrszedure
iore TVTtltneywlth Wldtney wIth a total o of 573 5 was was1he wasitgh
itgh man for tie evenIng evenIngVhe
1he acor scores e
Crescents Crescents1rco C resce nts ntsihutn
ihutn o m m MSBM MSBMm
1rco 1rcohatfield I r m 17 2 ia IM 5 5TO Shtfeld
hatfield hatfieldAVluinoy TO 17 3S7 H7 1 1h4ncy
AVluinoy h4ncy 311 tt IfiS 1t M51 M51J l 57 57m
J hrt m I5 y ii iii 3 3Total l lTtals
Total tfl MO SUWtt SUWttviragw
viragw SfB s T let l 1 J Price HI HIihatfield 7 > 4 4Ihttfle1d
ihatfield 3 vntKiiey 1S1 314 ProberU ProberUHurton PobertitL
itL
Stars StarsI
I it iit ia ni niIttirton
Hurton W 1 16 11412 11412Whoi 1 41 41ichoL
Whoi JW 146 fl 136 136MYtzel j i itzi
MYtzel tzi Vtt 1 m l < M4i M4iiinond
iinond Wi ts Itt 1 4tt 4ttTotal 4 4Tutals
Total 788 5T 8I iSlaor iSlaorA 04350 04350t
A ragPark > 1 150 Biirton 137 13 13iiois 14I
iiois I InIS 1634 1t Wetnel Utt 1S i3 3 Raymond RaymondI
I L 3
Commercial League LeagueK League1ttle
K 1ttle ittle was the lucky hsck man in the Com ComTU Coinml
TU relal al league aeries Mat night winning winninghKh wlrnstnMh
hKh Mh average for th tiLo three th games with a at at
t iai l of MI iC The Th scores scoreskukwood scoresc
kukwood c Mft JSt IS l 13 Wl WlaS 5 5ittIaflaOIt
ittIaflaOIt aS tfi l2t iwa iwaAvrljjht 40 40Ltte3
Ltte3 146 uS 10l 10lrght
Avrljjht rght l liD MS 14 1W 104a1 104a11 4W 4WImley
Imley 117 IS 1 3 4i4 4i4TtaIa 4 4Total
Total S SSI 7 7134j 7134jtUe 3 M MJ
J ttla 1 l ISlitl ISlitliMigree 11 11A
iMigree A Fgree tt MS 146 14 12a 12awsnGy a aSwt
Swt wsnGy ney 175 17 174 1SS 1 1j C CKiaua
Kiaua j LUi IK 1 115 IIS IIST 44b 44bT
T Walker Mi 1 13 1SS4n 1SS4nTotal 1 411 411Tutals
Total ST sT 4 4Murray TOf i iMurray
Murray League LeagueTwo LeagueTwo
Two bowtera in tM Xvitray l league ague b beat beatmark at att
t ltv dvi mark in last nights gaines They Theytr TheYVrkht
tr Wrlsht awl Healy the first hi big bigran n nruan
ran with a total of 53 The scores scoresIfpalv scoresi1ti
Ifpalv i1ti 1ST 17ft IfSRW IfSRWT
T tjilbert 1W 1 12 M2 t 4S 4SVrjRht 4Sright
right 1W 1 WI 173SJK 173SJKGilbert 1 bM bMA
A Gilbert 1 141 W 133 431Jlm4oft 133J
J Prison 1 S 1 134C 134CTotals 14 14Totals
Totals TotalsT SIS S TO 17 7 7754t 7754tt 3tMI 3tMI1SS
t risienses 111 1SS 18 lnS4 lnS4J73 15b 41 41gat
gat J73 136 tI 172 tel 1 1stfl
stfl 127 17 US 1 J41
T urgner urgneri 4 US 131 1M11 1S 4th 4thI
i Gill 1Uurt rt 119 141 IU 1U5 1U5Thtals XM XMTotals
Totals 705 Ttt 71 71WOULOPLAY 7 73a0 73a0WOULD
WOULD WOULOPLAY PLAY HERE HEREEureka HEREEureka
Eureka Sookers Prefer to Meet MeetSalt MeetSalt
Salt Lake in This City CitySpecial CitySpecial
Special to The Herald Heraldirureka Heraldrireka
irureka Dec 11 Arranjemeats ItArrangementsg arebe arebemade
g made to have a game for the ehaw ehawKnshlp ehunihll
Knshlp ihll of the AasocUtiou Football Footballlpa FootballIfagun
Ifagun lpa ru nest Saturday DurekR and tb tbilt the the1t
> ilt 1t Luke AaHOclation Football club are arei
1 i < for flr first t place an anI although Bu BuTuKi EuItiki
TuKi baa the best goal average yet ac aci acr1In
i rHnff r1In to an agr a1feflOnt ein nt made at the thec theeItlon
c eItlon > tion ot the teacue eaiue soul averages averagesL
L Iit i c no bearing on the ivwults ivwultsAs rwultsAa
As the Eureka boys had very ry poor pooriviH toorIpport
iviH Ipport rt l iSat t fH and fell far bemad bemadli
li I hLlly < it i IM hut considered advia adviaabl adviaab1
abl to pull off any more games here heret
t present and if the Zionists can guar guarantee guaxexpenses ¬
antee expense Eureka will travel to Salt SaltIaki SaltLake
Lake nwct Saturday and a good game gamem
> m bo looked forward to Although Salt SalttiRp Saltth
tiRp th owing to the < ilb ftabendlng mling of the thePnncrrs theFootball
Pnncrrs Football club has wvwry a4 a4ijrsiajj adjii >
ijrsiajj jii in the vray of having material
1 > i iik > i > fc frtttn the Biiratai arol team In very veryifiMij veryr
ifiMij r iiitfl will have the Bcrvtc stevics H of ofKuliia o oRiitiIa
Kuliia Aod Asdn n formerly ot the Bla iilaek k klrn
lrn 1 rn Rovers Reserve of Knirln i who whoi
i < a very 3 light man yet hIs powerful powerfulvi
vi i accurate shooting 8hOOtlfl make up for to hi hIs hIsialiies
5 illrwis of stature Two MOW mn mnpintlv ha haivo > >
ivo pintlv ntly arrived who aro rn rattling good goodmvu goodnd
mvu nd Salt ilt Lake < w wIll l have to look looki lookits
i i its laurels as Eureka certainly in intrnils int
trnils t rids to win the rhajnplonhip and it Ita
1 a foregone roncliiKlon that th ihe tu tuwilt u uwill >
will rftmaln in Eureka for oil one year after aftertd
td next itpring football season seasonPAYS seasonPAYSS21000FOR
PAYS PAYSS21000FOR 21000 FOR LOT LOTV
c V H Dickson Buys Valuable Prop Property Property ¬
erty qn State Street StreetW Streetw
W H DIekson yeetarday pttraiMisdd pttraiMisddItem piire sood soodIL
Item IL crn Clara Giles a lot MxlOO feet feetdimnriatOn Q Qtiimenslon
tiimenslon on the oust side of Stat SrataKtreet StatIroet
Ktreet between First and Second Fcnith Fcnithprecis outhrcets
precis rcets for 321W 21IOI A dwelling house IIOUMis
is I on the property at present It i iJust Is Isust
Just ust nort i of the Chadbourne hotelMr hotel hotelMr
Mr Diekgon said last night tint he hemight he1tght
might eventually build on O the prorerty prorertyf
f he i did not sell it It ia understood understoodJhat understoodthat
that ho bought it as a speculation speculationBIG speculationBIG
BIG RABBIT HUNT HUNTAt
At Indlanola Sunday Dec 17th 17thSpecial 17thSpeolal
Special train leaves D R G dfcoot dfcootat
at 830 a 3 hi Ifl Returning leaves In InPianola tuuItanola
Pianola at S p in Faro L50 rr yeu yeutrip > u utrip
trip Rabbit reported to bo thick thickivrybody thflirybody
ivrybody invited initedModern invitedModern
Modern PlumIng PlumolngAt
At inoddrato prices Gears G DpylOi DpylOiR Dcyl DcylE
R E Co 211 State tate street Phono 182 jt
DUE FOR FORBOXING BOXING BOOM BOQMSports BOOMSportsof
Sports Sportsof of All Kinds Will Break loose loosein Loosein
in Salt lake After First Firstof Firstof
of Year YearOna YearO
Ona O oily has to goaway g away from liama liamato honuto
to fino out what is going on in his hIsowm hIsowm1re own owntowfj
towfj Sforft 1re Js a clipping from the Dn Dnvor Denver
vor istvus which would leadoae to be beIteWB b bl5tllat
IteWB l5tllat tlmt tho sporting writers of Salt Saltare SeltLe
Le are now hibernating to overlook overlookU overlookqx
qx U the good things that arc headed for foreot
< Sui SuiAceorfliue eot
Aceorfliue to George Morrfeon Road Raedw RoadfIf
fIf w uamlta fame there is ovary pros prospeet jrosrect
peet oc f a a decided boom in in all branches branchesof
of sport la Suit aJt Lake City C1t In the near
future ifr Reed who returned to Den Denvar Denvar
var last night after an extended trip to toM
the M > Mormon capital says that with dee
tloiui out of the way wa for a couple of ofyears ofyears
years and n4 with the liberal element in inpower Inpower
power boxing is I due for Its inning with ¬
out interference interferenceMr iutmrferaneReetj
Mr Reed rays ys there is coesMerabte
talk of matching Kid Hermsm and nd Young
EtM ii for a bout arty in tb the new year yearat yearat
at Salt Lake Mike Sebreck wants a achance achauue
chance U te appear in the Mormon capi ¬
tal and w weuki uW Wee to win back his lau laurte mure
rte re from Twin Siltvp Slrvii
Owing to the probability that the he first firstannual ftrscannual
annual tourney under Use auspices of o
th recently organized Western Bowling
conireM will be b hold in Salt Lake City
itltoreat aforeat in this game is increasing rap ¬
idly In a wail vat vote of Uwg directors directorsof
of the W V B C to decide for or against
Son Lake the vote at present stands
tied with Tacoma noma yet tet to be heard from
Mr Reed believes that the tourney
should be held at Salt Lake City the thowtwk thetvek
wtwk previous to ths > Louisville tourney tourneylf
lf f the th American 1 BowHns congress By
holdiKgr the Western congress at the time timeJHigsested tlnesuggested
suggested many teams from the far wet webtwju wetwlU
wju b hi > induced to attend th eastern oaawrntourney
tourney and will atop over for practice practiceair ptatfceand
and a chance at the Salt Lake p4lzoa p4lzoadr
air dr RKl says tint the Salt Lake
bowlers have not yet begun to tiro talk
in Isg of the victory of f the Gamita team teamor
or or Denver in the recent telegraphic telegraphicmatch telegraphicinteb
match matchNELSON intebJELSON
NELSON WINS AGAIN AGAINMoving AGAINMoving
Moving Pictures Give Battle to Dane DaneAlthough DaneLlthough
Although at Times Winner WinnerWas WinnerWLS
Was in in Doubt DoubtJam DoubtJames
Jam James Edward Britt and Battling Xel XelSOR Ndsos
sos fought their memorable battle at atCohny atColni
Cohny Colni all over again at the Grand the theatr theatr
atr last evening This time however howeverit
it It wan wa by ths th moving picture route and andlhae andthese
these who did not seo the real battle battleobtained battleobtIpd
obtained an excei excilent iit Idea of what oc occurred ccourrii ¬
curred by watching the pictures The Thewhele TheWhole
Whole show ia there from the time the theprincipal
principal entered the rin ring the squabolo squaboloovor squaboloover
over tho referee speeches by James J JJeffries 1 1Jeffrles
Jeffries George Slier and other ring ringnotables ringnotables
notables One can almost hear Billy Joe Jordan Joedan ¬
dan talk as he makes his announcements
The fight is ail that is claimed for it itone Iton
one on c of the fiercest ever fought In the
history of pugilism Nelson waa not notnearly notnearly
nearly fa s ztgresslvo resslvo ag he was in the thefight thefight
fight with Spider Velch in this city but butn butsa
sa n rule the Battling Dane was always alwayscoming alwayscoming
coming in with Britt jabbing jabbtn and back backins
ins away Tho knockdown or Nem m mtha intk
tha tk third and the knockdown of Britt Brittin i3rlttin
in the eighth are both plainly seen seenIn sernIn
In the twelfth Britt had all the best ot otit 0 0it
it and one or two excited spectator spectatorl8t spectatorslast
last evening wanted to bet money Brttt Brtttwould lirittwould
would win in spite of the history whicn whicnsay whlcasays
say Nelson won in the eigiuwhth This Thisorder
order of things was exactly reversed In Inth InUsa
Usa th UUrtewHUu which was all allroupd Nelson Nelsonround
round roundOne roupdOn
One On of the surprising features shown sbownby shownby
by the pictures was the condition of Britt Brittat Brittat
at the time of the knockout He 1b wan wanfighting vastfighung
fighting apparently as fresh as Nelson Kelsonbut Nelsonbut
but there was HO question about Brttt Brtttbeing BriLtbetug
being out outthe the look of anguish on his face facehi faceis
hi uiearly shown Britt was the aggressor aggressora
a grater part of the fight but his blows blowslanding blowslanding
landing twice to Nelsons once one did not notaeem notseem
seem to bo bothet then the Dane DaneYeMarday l > aiw aiwYfeateniay
Yfeateniay WM the first time timatheor ttoe pic pictures pI pIturee ¬
tures were shown in the west est and cap caibe
be seen today and tomorrow afternoon afternoonand afternoonand
and evening Thursday they will be betaken b btaken
taken to Ogden OgdeaDAY OgdenDAY
DAY FOR LONG SHOTS SHOTSTour
Tour of Them Land in as Many Races RacesOver RacesOver
Over the Pavorites at atAscot atAscot
Ascot AscotLas AscotLea
Las Angeles Cal Dee 11 11Four Four tonfj tonfjl lon lonNiced
l Niced > Ti e < l horses won at Ascot today and andas andas
as many faverlteJ went down to defeat defeatTwo defeatTwo
Two popular choices Rubric and liana lianaWagner liensWagner
Wagner saved the talent from disaster disasterRubric disasterRflbric
Rubric ektt eloeed d even v n favorite with La LaLend LaLonde
Lend the latter probably carrying the themost themost
most money but could not do Better Betterthan oetterthan
than s second cond Weather clear track fast fastHesuZta faLReu3
HesuZta HesuZtaFirst Reu3FIrSt
First race handicap stepU steeplechase steeplechaseshort cnas cnasshort
short eouro eourseAlkgiaiwe Allegiance 140 Sullivan iu iuto toto
to l tea Adams 139 1 Murphy S to I Isecond 1second
second Oasador 1C Tuliy 13 to o othird uthird
third Tiroe3HV Deeimo Flea At Atlantico Atlantico
lantico and Mindora also ran ranSecond ranSeoond
Second race five furlongs fur1orgaCrowehade fur1orgaCrowehade1G Crmvshade
104 1G Buchanan 7 to 1 won hester W WWi
107 Miller 6 to A second Neatness iws iwsSwain 16ciwa1n
Swain < to I third Time Ttmei00 100 Dr DrleCary DrMeCrzy
leCary > Prominence Fairatena H Rosin RosinCharles zia ziaCharles
Charles Green and Paul First also ran ranThird ranThird
Third race seven furlongs furlongsRubric Rubric 1W 1WMiller 1u 1ul3cbpsr
l3cbpsr 3 o 2 won La Londe 1Oo 1Oolihler
Miller 3 to 2 second Incantation Mo MoWfley lOuWfloy
Wfley 10 to I third Tlm Tlm124 l2S > 4 Al Alsoaso Al50usd
soaso Kequiter and Pacifico also ian ianFourth ranFourth
Fourth race one mile and a sixteenth sixteenthHang sixteenthHans
Hang Wagner 115 Doyle 9 to 5 w win winMemories n nMemories
Memories 111 Miller 5 to 2 2 second Res Reservation Roservatlon ¬
ervation 11 110 Walsh 2 to 1 third Time TimelIg
118 Bragg also ran ranFifth ranFifth
Fifth race one mite and fifty yards yardsJwdat yardsJudge
Judge Denton 107 Moore 7 to 1 won wonGolden vonGolden
Golden Light 14 1 Clark S to 1 second secondPotrero secondPotrero
Potrero Grande 110 Aubuchon 15 to 1 1third 1third
third Time Tzne14 Lustig Hot The Doe Borgian Doegian
gian and Sheriff Bell also ran ranSixth ranSixth
Sixth race Futurity course courseHilona IIHona 119 119Moore 11thMoore
Moore S to t won Interlude IS 1 Doyle
30 to 1 second Montrewion 134 Carroll
15 1 t to 1 third Tim Thine11114 1114 Golden Ru RuDan Rule RuleDan
Dan Collins Red Damsel Shady Lad and andRortolfo andRo4e4fo
Rortolfo also run runRESULTS ranRESULTS
RESULTS AT INGLESIDE INGLESIDEFrisco INGLESIDEFslsao
Frisco Races Switched From Emery Emeryville Emeryyule ¬
yule Across Bay BaySaa BaySita
Saa Francisco Dec 11 11Racing Racine was be begun begun ¬
gun at Incleside track today for a athirty athirty
thirty days7 days season Weather fine track trackfast tracktasL
fast Results ResultsFirat
t First rac ratci j h orei ven furlongs JyearoW JyearoWsellin 3yearokIeI
I shJi2Lorf sellin Lor Woli won AeireUca second secondBose secondBose
Bose Ely third Time TIme1 TIme1Second 12 12Second
Second rac race five and onehalf furlongs furlongsIron fUrlengsIron
Iron Watson won Ramus second Tom TomRoberts ToniI
I Roberts third Timel09t Timel09tThlnl Time104I
I Thlnl raw live ami am a half furlowea furloweaTo
I To San won on OoMsipec second Eacamado Eacamadothird Escaunadothird
third Timel Tisue104 Tisue104Fourth g gFourth
Fourth race utile and fifty yards yardsian yardsianIrlauo San SanPrime
Prime won Christine A second Gate Gateway ¬
I way third Time TimeI 144 144Fifth 4414
I I Fifth race six furlongs furlongsThe The Lieuten Lieutenant ¬
ant won Blumentbal second BonnlaReg BonnlaRegthtnt Bonnie Beg Begthird
third Tm Iml 11 l44 l44Sixth 4 4Sixth
Sixth race seven furlongs furlongsNova Nova Lee Leemonde iscwon
won Corn Bloasom recnd Beau Or Orm
monde m nde third Timcl27H Timcl27HPERSONAL Tintc1274PERSONAL
PERSONAL PERSONALJ
ar J A Kimbali whose aria ws weabrok
brok last wv week k by a fall on a slip si sitapWly slippry
pry sldmlk Ic Isupovtn tapWly tapWlyS
r Psrine of TwIn Falls Ida ad adT
S T Kamiitou a lawyer of the saute aamaplace sauteplace
place were in Salt Lake yeatettfay on
boEtn besmear besmearNorace fl flHorace
Horace Durbar mining editor oC th the theTrIhum
Trwiw returned returne yesterday from Jef JefMiw Jefiersonville
iersonville lad with hi bride lr anl anlMrs
Mrs Dunbar are guests at the Wilson
hotel hotelCHEAP hotelCUEAP
r
CHEAP RATESJTO RATES TO CHICAGO CHICAGOVia
Via D fi R G R R RDecenbar RDec
Decenbar Dec nbar 14th15th Chicago and adturi re return ¬
turn 34W 44i0 final limit January 5ttll 5ttllInternational 5tI1QInternational
International Liva Stock Convdntidn ConvdntidnKato ConvontlOnato
Kato opn to all allDIAMOND alLDIAM3NDCOAL
DIAMOND DIAM3NDCOAL DIAM3NDCOALSold COAL COALSoM
Sold only by Citizens Coal company companyRomcved
Romcved to 168 8 S Main Thane 49
Wu WuI
I
Office 2484 Washington Ave AveOgden Avct AvcOgden
t
Ogden Tuesday Dec 12 12SOLVING 12SOLVING
SOLVING WATER PROBLEM PROBLEMMayor PROBLEMldayor
Mayor Glasmarai Now in Hurry to toSettle toSettle
Settle Question Before Leav Leaving Leavin ¬
ing in Office OfficeMayor Office3iayor
Mayor William Glasmann submitted to tothe tothe
the city council test evening a lengthy lengthycommunication lengthycommunIctton
communication bearing upon the wator watorworks ater aterworks
works question whiefi has been before beforethe beforethe
the people of Ogden for a number of ofyears ofyears
years and whloh has1 caused much liti litigation 11tlgatlQn ¬
gation in I all cf the courts of the state staterepresentatives stateChe
Che mayor urgad tMt the ouncJL wI wITopresontatlvea
representatives of the Ogden WaterwO1lta WaterwO1ltapompany
ixunnaity get together in an effort to tofclo totlose
fclo tlose o the matter before the end of the thei thepresent
i present yoar He said that the growth growthof
of Ogden way retarded because of the thewater tilewater
water mains not being extended and de declared dedared ¬
dared that the Bothweli contract was a alocal alocal
local one lie urged the causation of jib litigation jibgatlon ¬
gation and intimated that if the present presentcouncil presentcouncil
council did not take definite action t te tewhole e ewhole
whole question would have to be b gone goneover goneover
over again when tb the new council cornea corneainto comViIinto
into office He advised that un ordinance ordinancebe
be passed recognizing the Bothwell con contract contract ¬
tract but said that a time limit should shouldbe
be attached thereto and that the water waterworks waterworks ¬
works people should shoulti be b a saked k d to give the thesame tildsame
same concession offered in their applica application upphcalion ¬
lion for a new franchise The council councildecided councildecided
decided to hold a session Thursday even evenIng evenLng
Ing of this week when It will meet tne with withthe withth
the th reprjaentativ ka of the water company companythe companythe
the city attorney and the mayor mayorThe mayorThe
The law committed to which had been beenreferred beenreferred
referred the revised city ordinances re returned rotufred ¬
turned the same to the council with its itsapproval itsapproval
approval TUo ordinances came up lor lortheir tsrtheir
their final reading and passed This ends endsanother endsanother
another controversy with which tbo coun council councli ¬
cil has labored since November 1W3 1W3when 11103when
when J D Murphy warn appointed to re revteft revise
vise the city ordinances ordinancesTreasurer ordinarcesTreasurer
Treasurer J E Halverson reported to tothe tothe
the council that the property owners on onTwentyfourth onTwentyfourth
Twentyfourth street paving district districtwhich districwhich
which embraces a new asphalt street be between betiveen ¬
tween Grant and Washington avenues avenuesobjected avenuesobjected
objected to paying the tax because the tnepaving theuaving
paving is defective and could not be made madegood madegood
good until next spring This matter was wasreferred wa wareferred
referred to the law committee committeeThe committeeTho
The fire committee presented a rose resolution roselutlon ¬
lution increasing thor salaries of the man
5 each per month and 1 15 per month for forthe forthe
the assistant chief and electrician The Theresolution Thereoiutlon
resolution was referred o the city at attorrey attorrey
torrey who Is i asked to draw up an ordi ordinance ordiitanee ¬
nance covering the th increase increaseA
A committee consisting of Councilman CouncilmanChambers CouncilmenChambers
Chambers Randall a ad d Emmett t was ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed to confer with the railroad of officials offtciaia ¬
ficials In regard to the coal famine which whichis whichi
is i threatened at the present time in the thohope thehope
hope of securing some relief reliefA
A resolution was passd directing the tnepolice
police dcp drprtment rtraent to enforce the ordi ordinance ordinan ¬
nance nan e prohibiting driving over sidewalks sidewalksand sidewalksand
and curbs within the city limits limitsLIBERTYAGAINST limitsLIBERTYAGAINSTTHE
LIBERTYAGAINST THE DAM DAMResidents DAMResldcnts
Residents of Precinct Adopt Resolu Resolution Resolution ¬
tion and Talk Strongly StronglyOuo
Ouo of the largest movements Inaug Inaugurated inaugurated ¬
urated against the proposed building of a alargo alarge
largo storage reservoir at the mouth or orOgden ofOgden
Ogden canyon by th the Llah Light Kail Kailway Itailway
way company was foiynulatcd last even evening evetihug ¬
hug at a mass meeting held at Liberty Llbwtywhich LibertywhIch
which resulted la a resolution being beingadopted beingadopted
adopted against the proposition About About1j
15 freeholders were in attendance whichpractically which whichpractically
practically represented the whole pre prtcinst precinat
cinst cinstArthur cinatArthur
Arthur Shaw of Liberty himself himselfagainst himselfagainst
against th the proposition was chairman of ofthe ofthe
the meeting The speakers were Geerge GeergeA eerge eergeA
A Fuller Christian Jlorteuaea Fred KrtKiSchade FredSchade
Schade Joseph Barter all ot Huntsville HuntsvilleJoseph HufltsviieJoseph
Joseph Ward and Chairman Arthur Shaw Shawbothof Shawboth
bothof both of Liberty Ubort whf wh set forth the dis disadvantages disadvantagea ¬
advantages that would follow to the rest residents restdents ¬
dents Of Orchard valley with the btflia btfliaing biflidlug
lug of the th i dam fttHhe t thn mouth cf Wheeler Wheelercreek Wheelercreek
creek and Ogden canyon that there were wreother wereother
other places equally as suitable for the thereservoir thereservoir
reservoir which oould bo ehosen whereby wherebythe wherebythe
the same results would beobtained with withoutvthe with0UtthC
outvthe detroyjHKof deetroyIsg of property that has liasbeen hasbeen
been already developed also of the bar barriff barr1cr
riff that the dim would form how it itwould itwould
would block railroads and prevent prog progress progit83 ¬
ress in addition to interferitu interfering with the thefish Diefish
fish in industry < TuBtry and other improvements improvementsThe lmpr vemonth vemonthThe
The speakers maintained that a site at atMagpie atJagpie
Magpie in the South Fork canyon was wasespecially wasespecially
especially adapted for such a purpose purposeand purpoSeand
and claimed that sufficient water could couldbe couldbe
be stored there to supply the freeholders freeholdorsundor freeholdersunder
under the Ogden river irrigation system systemAfter systemAfter
After these remarks the chairman called calledupon calledupon
upon anyone pre preeopt unt who desired to tospeak tospeak
speak in favor of the reservoir but none noneresKmd noneresonded
resKmd resonded resondedLast d dLast
Last nights action is regarded as pe peculiar pocuhtar ¬
culiar in the face of the fact that a pe petition tietltlon ¬
tition circulated some time ago in favor favorof
of the dam was freely signed by the theresidents theresidents
residents of that part of the county all allit allof
of whom are now apparently OpJOM to toit
it The resolution adopted calls upon uponthe uponI
I the count county commissioners to refuse to togrant togrant
grant the petition of the Utah l Lght LghtRailway lght lghtRailway <
Railway people peopleBOUNTY peopleBOUNTY
BOUNTY FRAUD FRAUDGASE CASE UP UPPreliminary
Preliminary Hearing Is Had Before BeforeJudge BeforeJudge
Judge Murphy MurphyThe
The preliminary hearing in the case ot otthe otI
I the state vs A H Conlisk and W V R RSwan 11I
I Swan in which the defendants are arecharged arechargod
charged with obtaining money by fraud fraudfrom fraudfrom
from the First National bank of O Ogden Ogdenwhich dcn dcnwhich
which cashed a number of the bounty bountywarrants bountyI
I warrants alleged to have been fraudu fraudulently frauduI ¬
I lently obtained is attracting almost as asmuch asI
I much attention and being fought as hard hardas
as the main issues in a case proper AH AHtold ll lltoltl
told there are seven attorneys in the thecase theI
I case and among these are some of the thestrongest thestrongest
strongest legal TiKlUs of the city The Theaction Theaction
action was called before Judge Murphy MurphyIn
In the municipal court yesterday when whenthe whenthe
the ooiiit was to decide a demurrer that thathad thathad
had bttn entered to the amended com complaint coniI ¬
I plaint Judge Murphy decided that there therevug thereWaS
WaS no authority vested in a municipal municipalcourt municipalI
I court to hear a demurrer The counsel counselfor counselfor
for the defendants then obje objected twl to the theintroduction theintroduction
introduction of evidence on the grounds groundsthat groundsthat
that the complaint does not state a aof caVisc caViscof
of action under the laws of the state ot otUtah 0 01tah
Utah The arguments on this point oc occupied occUiied ¬
cupied the attention of the Imrt I nirt through throughout throughout ¬
out yesterdays session and rtd when an nd ndJonrnmont adjournment
Jonrnmont wax taken last avbnirg tne tneargument tneargument
argument from one side had not yet ye been beenconclude beehiconcluded
conclude concludeStato concludedState
State Auditor Edwards wag tip from fromSait fromSalt
Salt Lake and will bo one of the wit ivitnesfes witneses
nesfes in the case Ci5 if the taking of tea teatiinony t ttinhonY
tiinony Is reached County Attorney AttorneyT B BT
T HuUmiski is conducting the case for forthe forthe
the stat > Attorney C C Richards W Wacting 15acting
acting for th the First National bank and amiMaginnlR andMaginnie
MaginnlR Horn nnd uud J II Devlne are areconducting arecorductir
conducting the case for the defendants defendantsThe defendantsThe
The hearing will be again taken up at atII
11 oclock this forenoon forenoonYOUTHFUL forenoonYOUTHFULIORSETHIEF
YOUTHFUL YOUTHFULIORSETHIEF YOUTHFULIORSETHIEFTakes HORSETH1EF HORSETH1EFTakes
Takes Horse From Pasture in Hooper Hooperand Ilooperand
and Bella It in Salt Lake LakeSheriff LakeSheriff
Sheriff J W V Bailey went to Salt Lake Lakeyusterday Lakeyesterday
yesterday and brought back tdl Ogden V VSmith VSmith
Smith a 13yearold lad who is charged chargedwith chargedI
I with horse stealing Smith was arrested arrestedat
at the instant of Sheriff Bailey by the theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake officer y yesterday sterday morning morningSheriff morningSheriff
Sheriff Bailey made ft prAlous trip to tobind toland
bind the young man but Me was not to tobe tobe
be found at that date It appears that thatCarl thatCarl
Carl K P Peterson t on manager cf the Stude Studebaker Studobaker
baker company who awore to the com complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint put a horse W a pasture at Iioop Iioopjr
jr About a month ago the horse was wasreported wasreported
reported stolen by a boy he Since then the thaWeber theI
I Weber county autnonUs have boon boonworking bee beeworking
working on the case e At the tim time of the thetheft thetheft
theft Smith was working for the man manwho manwho
who owntd the pasture and it is alleged allegedthat allegedthat
that he rode the animal to Salt Lake Lakevhere Lakewhere
where he cold It The young prisoner prisonerwill lwisorornill
will bo turned over to the officers of the thejuvenile thejuvenile
juvenile court he belnj under IS years yearsof yearsof
of age agej ageBOARD
j BOARD HOLDS SESSION SESSIONConvenes SESSIONConvenes
Convenes for fo the Purpose of Canv Canvass CanvassIrrg as asIrtg
Irtg Vote of School Election ElectionThe EleatlonTits
The county board of f education held a aspecial aspeetal
special session yesterday for the purposeof purpose purjiosoor
of panvacslng the voto vQt of tim recent recsntschool recentshool
school election On account of Iho th returns re DIturns ¬
turns not beIng aunt in from Vrarr6n Vrarr6ndistrict Varrondhstrct
district the board could not complete Its Itslabors itslabors
labors and anm adjourned until today Some Somea omc omcother
other impOcifli tuko up by the theboard
board itmg tSSIM WAS tb adoption or ora
a resolution a against gams t appropriating mon money
to o pay the expensea expen of WeSwr chr county sIn1 sIn1teachers
teachers wha a aetenthn acrid the state aeacners aeacnersfrcoi tea hera heraconvention
convention SaItIlte Jan Tao Taoteacker
teacker mmIttq reccithjeniet the thetransferring
transferring of tho qIghthi grade pupllh
from thU PopTaPscnooI TO the TlftTn PJZnCentral City
Central school after Jan s and tji game gameWas pmetvas
Was adopted TTwas flwas1ecided decided to allow ttw ttwschool tinischool
school election judges f3 S each for serv services servIces ¬
ices on Dec DecBEFOFE 6 6BEFORE
BEFORE JUDGE ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGIn
In a JuryTrlal McCullough Is Ad Adjudged AdJudged
judged Not GuiltyBefore Guilty GuiltyBefore
Before Judge Armstrong In the S Second Seconddistrict oo d ddistrict
district court yesterday forenoon Kd Pen Pennoil Pd1neil
neil was arraigned on two charge ot otburglary ofburglary
burglary and Attorney R S Farnswortii Farnswortiiwas
was appointed to defend the prisoner prisonerwho prisonerwho
who will plead to the charge today todayTho todayThe
The case of the state vs Henry McCul McCullough MeCullough
lough which was appealed ff5m the low lower lowor
er courts was then taRen up IVICCllI IVICCllIlough CCul CCullough
lough was charged with battery jpr jprferred 1prforceI
ferred by L S Harris MeCulloughJwas MeCulloughJwasconvicted MeCulloughilWafICOUVlCted
convicted and fined and costs amouHt amouHting aznoutteg
ing to 1780 by the lower court After Afterconsider AC tar tarcgpsideLaIlo
cgpsideLaIlo consider abia testimony was taken the thea theaction
action was submtted to the ju y WItIC WItICreturned
returned a verdict of not guIlty gujltjvCQMMISSIOMERSilN after aftera
a short deliberation
CQMMISSIOMERSilN SESSION SESSIONHear
Hear Petition of Light Railway Co Coand Coand
and Also AlsoOncFrom OneFrom Plain City CityB
B W Wade commercial agent for the theUtah theUtah
Utah Light Railway company appeared appearedbefore appearedbctore
before the county commissioners yoster yosterday yesttrday
day forenoon and presented an amended amendedpetllltyi amendedpctititn
petllltyi for the changing of the county countyroad countyroad
road iu Ogden canyon to make way for torth forth
th proposed storage reservoir The only onlychange onlychange
change In thepetition the petltioa is that it changes changesthe changesthe
the acreage involved from 2TOO to oJ oJacres o1U o1Uacres
acres No further action in regard to toth totlue
th tlue dam proposition was taken by the theboard tilehoard
board boardA
A petition signed by about 125 residents residentsf r eideIltStt
tt f Plain City was presented to the board boardBy boardhI
By Bishop Bramwell The paper em embodied ° m mUodied ¬
bodied objections to the granting of a aretail arutall
retail liquor license to J H Gibson and andD andD
D E Sill for the town of Plain City CityTQB CityThe
The boards attention was called to to the theprovision theprovision
provision in the statutes which prevents preventsthe
the board from granting a license for a aretail aretail
retail liquor business when the place ot otbusiness ofbusiness
business is located within onehalf mile mileof mileof
of aplace of worship On the strength strengthof
of the opposition made to tic granting grantingof
of the petition the same was denied by bytljo bytijo
tljo board boardAnother boardAnother
Another petition presented to the board boardby boardby
by residents of Plain City asked for the thegranting tilegranting
granting of a bounty on muskratS The Thepetition TheicUtion
petition was referred to County Coramls Coramlssionar Commisstonep
sionar O B Madsen for Investigation and andrcror andrcfor
rcror rcrorVhe rcforihte
Vhe resignation of Charles Packham as asroad asroaL
road supervisor of Pleasant View dis district dstriet ¬
trict was received and accepted and andWill andVill
Will W Wade was appointed to f fill HI the thevacancy thevacancy
vacancy
TWO MEN MENHELD HELD UP UPHighwayman liPHighwayman
Highwayman Makes Couple of Small SmallHauls SmallHauls
Hauls and Vanishes VanishesA
A highwayman held up and robbed tw twOgden twq twqOgden < >
Ogden citizens at 6 oclock last evening eveningsecuring eveplngsecuring
securing about i14 14 In money He escaped escapedThe escapedThe
The two robberies were effected within wiltUfifteen withinfifteen >
fifteen minutes of each other The first firstvictim firstvictim
victim was Hebar Purdy a night watch watchman watchman
man a the warehouse of Scowcroft ScowcroftSon ScoweroftSout
Son on Wall all avenue Purdy waswajklnfi waswajklnfialonj was waiing waiingalong
along Wall avenue between Twentythlr Twentythlrand Twenty thutru thutruand
and TwenUfourth streets when the rob robi robher
i her suddenly confronted him and shoved Phoveda
a gim1110 gun ihto his face demanding that h hthrow he hethrow >
throw up his hands Purdy was carrying carryinga
a parcel of meat in one hand nd with withthoother withthe
thoother the uther was pushing a bicycle so lie lieI iieunable
I was unable to throw uphis up his hands but
1 this did hot prevent the thief fr iron ironseArching ni nisearching
searching him and securing 1 al the themoney thetootler
money Jio had an his perron Purdywas Purdywasthen Piledy va vathen
then comnwnded iff walk and th thhighwayman tihighwayiual
highwayman evidently etid n tly waited wa I cod directly dlreotiydown directlydown
down Wall aveniiotp aven to Poplar street wh vhre vhrehe re rehe
he met A J Belaurney who was on his hisi ht htway
i way home The thief employed the sam sami same samemethods
i methods as In the case of Purdy and EG EGcured sotIred
cured two pocketbooks one of which Mn doptaired < Mntaired
taired 113 13 in money and same papers papri
i I The Th two robberies were reported to th thp6Ucfr the thepdhlc
p6Ucfr and nd the de deseriptiens crtpti s given by t ttwo tha thatwo
two victims were Identical kdenttlOgdn IdenticalOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsLieweUytt BrifsL10wod31tt
LieweUytt b T Shanks r and Miss Lana LanaM LanaM
M Browning both of Ogden have boon bcongranted boongranted
granted a license to wed wedJohn wedJoba
John W Gibson formerly county as assessor a ameaaor ¬
sessor of Weber county has returned returnedfrom returneJfrom
from a two years mission to England EnglandGibson EnglandGibson
Gibson resides at North Ogden Another AnotherFOR AnotherFOR
FOR IIENTDesk RENT RENTDesk
Desk room best loca location Location
tion In city inquire InqwireHeraJd inquireiera1d
HeraJd Erancli 2484 2484Waslhliragtoini 244Wahkiigtou
Waslhliragtoini AvenEae AvenEaeDelinquent AveiiueOgden
Ogden OgdenDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeTHE NoticeflIE
THE TETRO MINING COMPANY COMPANYLocation COMPANYLocation
Location of principal place of bugiues bugiuesStilt busluesalt
Stilt lt Lake City Utah UtahNotlce Notice TIters are aredelinquent aredelinquent
delinquent upon the following deeribtd deeribtdstock 4cocribedstock
stock on account of assessment No tS tSof 25of
of 1 per cent per share levied oil the 7th 7thof 7thof
of November 1905 the several amounts amountsset
set opposite the names at f the respective respectiveshareholders repectieshareholders
shareholders as follows followsNo followsNo
No No NoCert NoCert
Cert Name Shares Amt AmtiP7 Aunt5i
iP7 5i I D Simpson inipsost SM 0 S W
703 Ester Clarke 900 500 501110Th
3075 W H Rex S85 235 35
1076 J 1 Barnard 336 289 5
111 1119 E G WoUey 100 10 1 CO tO112I
1123 B G Woller jr 300 011 3 3116S tU tUlIti <
116S A E Van Emon 100 1 00 00ia3 00I
I ia3 J r A Poloek Polock100 V 100 00 00I
I 1351 Elias A Smith Sftl 300 00
132 KHas A Smith f O 500 500J4S3 1 00 0034i13
J4S3 J J A Pollock 1 Co 5ft 5ft14BO < 00
14BO S Drake iW ottlla TM TMim
im C E hampshire 9tt 5 5im Stfl Stfll4
im l4 C E Hampshire hampshire10011 1000 1000 1000149f It 10
149f > Sheers Thompson W 3J 3J3vs toj5O
3vs j5O Winifred S Walker1SM Walker 130 IS 5
1539 510 AV V J Browning 160 1 1 Oft Oft33i7
33i7 Vic Larson Larsonisee 1 < W 108 108ISflO
ISflO E i G AVolIev 500 500 500IfeW 5 00 00Ita
IfeW J A Polloek r CoMX Cob 1410 I 0isit 0
1 isit I3 J A Pollock Co J idG 5 00 00leol 0 0IMlJohn
IMlJohn leol John MdntROmerj 1MO 10 fr fr3WI fYi >
3WI J6nh Montgomery 41 KW 4 I 00
1710 G W Morley K 5i0 0 S 00 00J < rt rtfT2
fT2 J A Pollock K 100 00
17 17211 J A Pollosk 500 5W 5WUe S
Ue 1 Francis Ed ParishI8M UDW UDW17T5 jfJ jfJr7
17T5 r7 George T Biidger KB 500 50017M 5 51Z9
17M 1Z9 J A Pollock I m 0 900 900IJfrt S 1 1IfYt
IJfrt C H McBeth 1MO WOO
16 1511 C H McBeth MeBeth10011 0W 1003 10031R 10 00 00ic
1R ic C T Johnson KK 01 gOO gOO1S45 00 00114c
1S45 Mrs S Doueiass 110 t 04 04JSS 00lId
lId J A Polloek Poihock100 J a MOO MOO1S7S
1S7S F E Parish Parish10C0 IMO 1008 1008IH 1000lpp
IH lpp > J A Pollock SO SfflJ SfflJIWfT
IWfT H 1 1 W Drwfhar 880 00 50 5 00
195 1110 H W V Doscher X1 5 W WJSHS fs fsisis
isis V J Brownlmr 1 IfW 1 fYI fYIhim < rt rtJM9
JM9 him W J Browning 500 SOU SOUJ335 5
J335 111 J A Pollock MO 1OT 1OTlll 1 1nut
lll 1 A Clayton Clayton1000 JOOO 1ft CO CO19S3
19S3 II Park MD 00 5 50 500t12 fO fO1Q
1Q 0t12 R F Knox trustee truside1000 1OW 1001 1001JOM
JOM I Lea ea Lenkln dOfl kin 500 W 208 00 000o1
3001 0o1 James Norton J S 203 203X 2 05 05rfY
rfY X James OBrien 1000 1000 1000M
2 < m M James OBrien IJW JO 00 01t13
313 t13 H P Mnson W X1 200
2037 J Oberndorfer SCO 5 fo foy cc3pin
y 3pin MrsClara Alnv Johnson 1 100 1 00 < X >
2077 J F Barnard1009 100 10 00
2078 J F Barnard Barnard1010 lCW 1000 1000207ftT 10 00
207ftT 9 T F Barnard Barnard1000 lOW 10 1010 101010S 00 00a
a 10S J F Rirnard i 5 520SI 550 500
20SI J F Bannrfl 4 42lttt 40 4fY
2lttt J 1 P Barnard Barnard1410 100 I 00 0
2136 H Parker 600 500
2141 J W V Merrill S PlO fi 00 00a
a 1 5 Child Cole Co BOO B to to21bT
21bT 167 Rasmus Anderson 300 O0 300 30021fi 2 00
21fi 3100 Child Cote Co CoIstI iflj 5 01 0121S9
21S9 IstI L M PariS arr ISO 100 10021M I
21M 104 R S Wlmmer PD V 506 506e 5 5tto
tto e Child Cole Co SO 300 300r 20022Z1
r 22Z1 > L Greene CT fit fit2rs 500
23 2rs L i Greene MO 5 5 5SSK 500 <
SSK 227 Child Cole Co EJ S r
22 2214 J Pollock Co m S S4q j
24 4q < rj J A Pollock Qo 400 400 4003n 4
± 3n L Drake v m sou souSKT 500r
SKT r George H Crow lStt 1201 1 ii
27 73 Hudson SOPS CQ C 75 7S
271 J JA A Poo Po < k J i5 IM 15
2275 Jr A Pollock 7 T TAnd 7And
And in accordanc with lew and an or order o oder ¬
der ofJhe boardof board of directors made on onlh onthe
lh the 7th of November 1306 so somany somany
many aharea ot each parcel of such clock clockas
as may b 4p recsssa recssaw win be sold at attho atthe
the office of iheCOmfiany the dOmtIany 2S 25 Commer Commercial Commercia ¬
cia club buildlngSalft Lake City Utah Utahat Ltaltat
at the hour of 10 oclock a m on dn Tues Tuesday Tensday ¬
day Jan 2d1305 to pay delinquent as assessment ussessment ¬
sessment thereon together with the coat coatof costof
of advarUflln anfl an expenre expon of sale saleERNEST etIeERNEST
ERNEST WILLIAMS 8 Sdreterv Sdreterv1t 4r Ury
S Ot 1t Iake City Utah Not > ov llth tW
nilssionary to Return Is t 0 H Hioken Hiokentwo
lCOpero2Lgftxit VIc rha rhatwo
two years yearaa S rolsslonhr missiorit in ilts M1shJirI M1shJirIA irlg
A mar murilage af e iKense has boeji granVeil to
Howard HowardL L iiacNavin and Miss Franfeie
Powers both of full lawful age and bot boUt boUtcu
° 4 2edl Oge The brideelect is 1sa daughter dunsaterOf
Of of Tir jf H J T Powers T > r o a and tnA Mr 1 rn taNvtn Vain Vainis
is a prominent young yout railroad man manTho manThototal
Tho Thototal lotal output of ofthe the local sugar tar faeiocy tartorj
iocy will not exceed 900000U pounds this thisyear thisyetr
year which falls 1is 330 300C iO short of being
up to the year precious From present presentindications presentindications
indications the factory will ceaso cutting cuttingon
on > Dec 21 which will mak make the season seasonwr
wr the factory one month lass than a ayear ayear
year ago The drouth of last summer
is said to be b responsible for a poorer poorerquality poorerquality
quality of beats this year than before
but while the yield of sugar owing to totbq tothq
tbq low quality and small quantity or
be beth ts baa been lor the run of the Cue ¬
tory has been one of the most success ¬
fulin ful in its history The capacity of the
factory will be increased After the cIBse cIBseor cTseof
or the present season and a OOiMon ca carf capacity
pacity rf V cutter will replace v tt the me present lit upciiL utiu one onewbich i iwhich
which has a capacity of but t1 5o tons An Aneffort Aneffort
effort will b be made to contnict for ai aigreater a agreater
greater acreage acronci of beets next season seasonDO teasonDO
DO YOU KNOW KNOWThat KNOWThat
That P Anderson Co tailor carries carriesthe carriesthe
the ilnest line of woglens in Utah im imparted ftpported ¬
parted direct from London England EnglandEverything EnglandEverything
Everything up to date workmanship workmanshipthe
the best obtainable
122 S Main Salt Lake City City2S2
2S2 Twentyfifth street O Ogden OgdenAsk den denAsk
Ask your grocery for Vienna bakery bakerybread bakerybread
bread
GARDNER DAILY STOKE STORENEWS NEWS
11 SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS
Warm WarmI
I Werdh1es Werdh1esI
I For Winter WinterTis
Tis Warmer Clothes or the theonly theonly
only alternative afleniativeuffcr buffer the ef effects cifects ¬
fects of Winters frosty blasts blastsBetter blastsBetter
Better choose the Warmer WannerClothes WarmerClothes
Clothes ClothesTwill ClothesTwill
Twill be a deal more com comfortable cornfortable ¬
fortable and wont cost much muchconsistent muchconsistent
consistent with the values you youreceive youreceive
receive if you coinehere come here where wherehigh wherebigh
high qualities and moderate moderateprices moderatejrices
prices go hand in hand handOVERCOATS handOVERCOATS
OVERCOATS
1 6 6to5O 6to5OWINTER to 50 50WINTER
WINTER SUITS SUITSto
5 to 35 35UjflDERWEAR 35t
t UjflDERWEAR UflJERWEAB1to
1 1to to 6 6a a Suit SuitWINTER Stvn1rEB
WINTER SHIRTS SHIRTS50c SHIRTS5Oc
50c to t35O t35OSWEATERS SSO SSOSWEATERS
SWEATERS
1t0s
H0NdR K2NOROHWD K2NOROHWD1ielattve jOHN WINDER WINDERAnTfiversary
1ielattve Gatr
AnTfiversary Anniversajyr of Birth Blrthtt BirthtAlaa
t v vs
tAlaa s gaterins gatheyingotdesetndhnts of descendants of ofhis
t Viiode sgthero4 at athis
his suburban residence yesterday in inhonor inhonor
honor of his 54th bIrthday anniversary ariniversaryAlthough anniversaryAlthouhi
Although past the four score mark markPresident markPresident
President Winder la still an at active man manpossessing manposessflig
possessing all the activity of a man manforty manforty
forty years his junior juniorAt junorAt
At the dinner which was served at at4 at4p 4 4p
p m and which was followed ty a acongratulatory acongratulatory
congratulatory programme there were werepresent werepresent
present over ever thirty heads of families familiesairsoi families1Iroot
airsoi descendants of President Win Winder Windoe
doe
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSES15U LICENSES15l1ohn
15U 15l1ohn John B Armstrong afalt Lake raiectte raiectteElsie City CityElsie
Elsie Anna Lindtev Salt Lake City City1543Ahdy Cityn4AiuIy
1543Ahdy Llhffqulst Bi Bizlham BizlhamMary iam iamMary
Mary Peterson BIngljam BIngljamISlSGeorge BioghamlSiZGeorgr
ISlSGeorge Tuimop Murray MurrayDocar MurrayDora
Dora White Sprlngiliev I ICttf
15ItBrmiet McIeod Fowler Salt Lake LakeAntoinottO
Cttf
Martha Antoinette Lainbourne Suit SaitLake SuitLake
Lake City City1u4SLempe
lolS 1u4SLempe Lemiiel J Gibbon Fort Douskia DouskiaEfflzaboth DouglasilOhisabdih
Efflzaboth M AnderSon Salt Luke LukeCity LakeCity
City CityIf CityIt
If the Crown Label Is on the loaf loafyou loafyou
you have the broad that Is made in a aclean aclean
clean bakery Ask your grocer fur furRoyal forRoyal
Royal Bread
6ootl 6ifts 6iftsJo
Jo Give the theMtin
Mtin MtinIf
If there is to be no limit to toyour toyour
your expenditure it is all right rightto
to go ahead and squander it on onfinery onfinery
finery fineryBut fineryBut
But if you wish to make makeevery makeevery
every cent count and show in inthe inthe
the gift itself the useful gifts giftsare giftsare
are the sort to give giveXearn giveleant
leant his wantSj wants then come comehere comehere
here and gratify them themHOUSE themHOUSE
HOUSE COATS
375 to 15 15BATHROBES 15BATH
BATHROBES BATHROBESGLOVES BATH ROBES ROBES4to12
i iGLOVES
4to12
GLOVES GLOVESNECKTIES GLOVESNECKTIES1
NECKTIES NECKTIES25c 1 125c
25c to to2 to2HATDKERCHIEFS 2 2HANBKERCHTEFSr
HANBKERCHTEFSr HATDKERCHIEFS5cto1
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All kinds of jaseful and nd sensible gifts for the Boys BoysPRicE V VONE
ONE ONEPRICE p Gardner GardnerTHE 136138 136138Main
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little time since I laid the thoappliance theappliance
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such evidence as they have havetried havetried
tried so many things all alldrujjs alldrags
drags without relief hut I am amFerron amFerron
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Dr McLaughlin vory day It is so much nicer nicerDear nicerDear
Dear DoctorIt is with pleasure that i iwrite aPfc da t twrite
write you a few lines to recall to your ur whon you go O to bed take it off in inmimory Inmmory
mimory the feat that I bought bougbta a belt or ofyou th morning You feel a gentle gentleK
of strength pouring into
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you some flvu years ago I had been nerves it soothes you to aieep aieeptrcubled
troubled for fifteen years previous to and when you wake up youfeel you feel A Athat athat
that time with weak lungs and I think gladsome joy In being alive an anT nnitttler
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to procure similar treatment for a friend What alls you Write and toll tolland telland
and you are at liberty to print this l letter tter nio and no matter lhore hore you sro sron areas
n as I want others to know that your treat j think I can give you the address addressment addressmeat
meat will do for them what It did for me o of someone In your town that I IYours IYours
Yours very truly have cured Ive cured thousands thousandsJOHN thoUsandsJOHN
JOHN J RHODES and every one of them Is a walk wulliIngr walklug
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wants to remain young in vitality at any age Send for this book today it ityou ityou
you cant call aIl I mail It sealed free Remember my Belt does not burn burnthough burnthought
though you feel the current and can regulate It I warrant it to give n nstrong nstoeg
strong current for years though no man who uses it right needs it over overthree overthree
three months Cut this out and act today todayDR todayDR
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IN EFF EFFJUNE 8T 8TJUNE
JUNE 1 1903 1903ARRIVE 19O 19OARRSVII
ARRIVE ARRIVENo ARRSVIIWe
No 4From < From Oguan Chicago ChicagoraVin ChieagoOmaha
Omaha raVin si Kf LouIs T > ir irButte Cansaa 5
City and Denier DenierNo
No SFrom Ogden Portland R21 R21Butte
Butte and San Francisco Franciscomediate
No 0From Ogden and Inter Intermediate
mediate point pointNo pointsNo
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache
Valley and inf infi intermediate iig iigDoints
Doints 11j 3 Ifl Ifl4o
4o 3From Ogden i Chicago ChicagoBt
Bt t Louis Kansaa City
Omaha Denver and San SanFrancisco tis tisFrancisco
Francisco FranciscoNo 4W p Di DiNo
No 10 IOFom Ft > m Ogden Cache CachVclley CacheVelley
Vclley Butte Portland ana 7 710
Ban Francisco i ictv w wDKPART l lDEPART
DEPART DKPARTNo
No 6 5For For Ogden Omaha OmnhaChicago OmahaChicago
Chicago Denver Kansas
71 740 a
City and St Louis M I1 I1to 8 S SNo
No to 7 7For For Ogden Portland PortlandButte PortlandButte
Butte San Francisco and in ti titormedlatc 1020
tormedlatc points points8ffo ihV A ASto
8ffo 1 IFar Far Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago Omahactoago
Chicago Denver Kansas KansaaCity Kansascity
City St Louis and Ban SanFrancisco fJft n M
Francisco Franciscoito i w p H HKo
Ko 11 11For For Ogden Cache Val IiI0 a aley
Icy and intermediate points pointsNo P
No S 5For For Ogden Denver DenverKansas DenverKansas
Kansas City Omaha St StLouis Lflg
Louis and Chicago V VNo r
No 9 PFor For Ogden Cache Val Valley Valay ¬
lay Butte Helena Portland PortlandBaa Portland13a5
Baa Francisco and inter I1JB lli llisdiate m
sdiate diat points liW U P PI H HI
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City Ticket Otticr ttIc 2 uI l Main Street StreetTelephone SrcctTciephioiie
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KoteThf oteThe train numlxrE ebonn olionnare aLV aLVare
are Oregon Sbov 5mm < Line Lie train ti an numUi numUido minhI minhIdo
do not apply to the ti Southern Puin Puino Pa iS iSof
o of Ogden or tho Irmm 1 iii Paciti Pt if cit citthereof c 1 1thereof
thereof thereofCURRPNT thereofCURRFNT
CURRPNT TIME TAR E Efn EIn
fn Effect Dec 10th 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 11 for Ogden lJi 1 1No A M MNo
No 6 for Denver and Bast East5W 860 A M MNo MNo
No 2 or Denver and Sa East J 330 P I M MNo I INo
No 4 far Denver and East 800 00 P PNo J JNo
No IS 1 for Ogd Ogden < n and Iwal points C05 Cu P PNo I INo
No 1ft for Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMaryavale
Marysvale 500 < A M MNo ZilNo
No 8 for Provo aa and < l Eureka anO P NT NTNo MNo
No 3 for Ogden and West 11W P PNo PNo
No I for Ogden and West 145 P PNo v vNo
No 5 for Ogden and West 103i A ANo ANo
No 12 for Park City 815 A M MNo 1 1No
No 112 for Bingham SW A M MNo MNo
No Ill f far r Blngham 300 P M MARRIVE MARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints loealpoints
points 530 A tt ttNo L LNo
No 5 from Denver and East 10 101 5 A M MNo MNa
No 1 from Denver and East 13 1 35 P M MNo MNo
No 3 from Denver and East ll0d 11 00 P > L LNo i iNo
No 0 from Heber Provo and andMarfsvale and3larisvale
Marfsvale 3larisvaleNo P 1 1No
No 6 from Ogden and West S40 c 41 A M MNo I INo
No H from frOm O Ogden den i > I INo I >
No 2 from Ogden a ad d West 3i P PNo M MNo
No 4 from Ogden and West iio 0 P SI SINo MI
I No 7 from Eureka and Provo 4 11 < t > j A M MNo MiNelOlfromParkCitY
iNelOlfromParkCitY No 101 from Park City r ir irNo P r rm
No 113 from Biaghain m lni isN A v vN
N > 115 from Bingham 54A 10 P PPERFECT i iPERIECT
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stop at intermediate points pointsTicket pointsTicket
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EFFECTIVE MAY 1ST IKS IKSi 1905DEPART
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From Oregon Snort Lint Depot DepotI DepotSalt
I Salt Lake City Cityi Cityfo
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Lynn ynn VB V I INo IU IUNo
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terraediate Points Pointsto p
No B 0For For Nepht and interraell interraellI IntermejliI
I dtate Points U3U a P jiARBIVII IH IHARRIVK
ARRIVK DAILY DAILYIntermediate DAILYNe
Ne Fnt Lo5 Angeles a aIntermediate
Intermediate Points PointsNo V1W Ii IiNo
No S3 aProm From Lynn Provo and andintermediate fiXfl M MIntermediate
Intermediate Points PointsNa 7JU d IH IHNa
Na 5ti 50From From iljuiti Nephi and i 2 g g1nterneciate rt i ilnterni
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No e 5SFrom Tntl j District and andIntermediate 4ft m
Intermediate Points 50U p I IStandard HI HIStandard
Standard Pullman Service Daliy Dst i itw s stween
tw tween en Suit Lake Mil Milford ford Callerte L 1 a aVeuas iVegas
Vegas and Loa Angttlea AngttleaDirect AngejeDirect
Direct Stage Conaeltlon for all a Miri MiriDltrlcts Mi MiDistricts
Districts in Southern Utah and andincluding Nv Nvincluding
including Bullfrog BullfrogCuy BullfrogCItY
CItY Ticket Office No IT 1 W V Sf Se SeSouth c cSouth
South Street Telephones 156
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LEAVE SALT LAKE
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