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R THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY MARCH 23 1906 p
I Herald Sporting News Ne Newsi s
BIG ROW RO AMONG AMONGA1 i iAI
AI 81 B C1 BOWLERS BOWLERSEast
East and Middle West Split and andThreaten andThreaten andThreaten
Threaten to Form New Bowl Bowling Bowling Bowling ¬
ing Organizations OrganizationsNATIONAL OrganizationsNATIONAL OrganizationsNATIONAL
I
NATIONAL MEET A FIZZLE FIZZLEPRIZE FIZZLEPRIZE FIZZLEPRI
PRIZE PRI MONEY MAY BE TIED TIED UP UPOVER UPOVER UPOVER
OVER PROTESTS PROTESTSLouisville PROTESTSLouisville PROTEStSLouisvllle1Iarch
Louisville Louisvllle1Iarch March 22 Developments to today today today ¬
day in bowling circles cIrcleS seem to indicate a ahopeless aropeless aIop
hopeless Iop 1ess split between the east and the thewest thewest thewest
west as a result of the defeat yesterday yesterdayof
of Philadelphia for the next convention conrentloncty conventioncfty eonentIoncty
cty of the American bowling congress
An eastern association will be formed formedit
it is said within ithln the next three months monthsand 1I10nth8and month8and
and will ill hold its first annual meeting meetingeither meetingeIther meetingeither
either In Philadelphia or New York next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The delegates from Philadelphia PI ladelphla and andNew antiNew andNew
New York say they will not attend the theA theA theA
A B B C tournament at St Louis next nextvear nextear nextyear
year ear or any subsequent lournament of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the congress Secretary Karpff thinks thinksthe thInksthe thinksthe
the trouble will ill be b settled without any anyspllt anysplit anyspilL
split He admits however that the sit situation sltcation s statlon ¬
uation at present has a serious aspect aspectSome aspectSome aspectSome
Some High Scores ScoresA
A special tournament of individual individualbowlers individualbowlers Individualbowlers
bowlers occupying the alleys In the na national natIonal natlotial ¬
tional tournament early tonight furnished furnishedthe furnishedt furnishedthe i I
the t e most sensational work of the meet meetirg meetIrS meetirg
irg three finishing with totals of 675 67 650 650End 650nd 650z
End z nd d 625 The highest figures were scored scoredby scoredby scoredby
by Walter Tuthill of Brooklyn N Y Ywho Ywho Ywho
who with 675 takes first place in the in individual inivIdual IncMvldual ¬
dividual class His work beats anything anythingin
in recent years ears except that of Deacon DeaconJcnes DeaconJCnes DeaconJcnes
Jcnes of Milwaukee who several yearsago years yearsago ears earsago
ago rolled 688 at Cleveland but with a aloaded aloaded aloaded
loaded ball D T Myers of Detroit Detroitclosed Detroitclosed Detroitclosed
closed with 650 to his credit and assumes assumessecond assumessecond assumessecond
second place in the same class K Gro Grothenrath Grothenrath Grothenrath
thenrath of Cleveland bowled 625 6 but he hetakes hetakes 1i 1itakes
takes fifth place pla e as Vanderside Vander ide of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicage ¬
cago set a mark of 643 and Schmidtke ofDetroit of ofDetroit ofDetroit
Detroit has 631 1 set opposite his name iu iuthe iIJthe iiithe
the official records recordsBowling recordsBowling recordsBowiing
Bowling Bowling a Continuous Performance PerformanceThe
The bowling has ha assumed a contlnuou continuousperformance contlnuouferformance contlnuoujerformance
performance phase the contests on yes yesterdays yest yesterdays ¬
terdays t programme not being finisheduntil finished finisheduntil finisheduntil
until after 3 oclock this morning when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Lelsys No No1 1 of Peoria 111 came near nearlanding nearlanding nearlanding
landing at the top of the list of five fivernan fivenan fiveman
nan teams teamsUp teamsUp teamsUp
Up to the ninth frame the Leisys had hadevery hadeveTJ hadevery
every previous record tournament broken brokenbut brokenbut brokenbut
but In the last frame a miss occurred occurredwhich occurredwhich occurredwhich
which cost them their chances for the thechampionship thechampionship thechampionship
championship with a score of 2783 The TheCenturys TheCenturys TheCenturys
Centurys No 1 of Chicago hold first place placein placin pla plain
in this class with a score of 2794 2 it1 the thePastimes thOPastimes thePastimes
Pastimes of Cincinnati being third with withV7SG withs6 ith ithi
V7SG i 8G points
Protest Is Filed FiledJ
J J Rpwe Rowe of Cleveland secretary secrEta of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the American Bowling congress today todayfiled tcx1a tcx1afiled todafiled
filed a protest with the executive com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee of the congress against the action actionof actionof actionof
of the Louisville tournament association associationin
in allowing twoman teams te ms and an < i indi mdivMuals individuals indivIduals ¬
viduals to bowl before they roll in the thefiveman thefIveman thefiveman
fiveman events This it is claimed is isin isIn isin
in violation of the he bylaws byI ws of o the Amerlean Amer American American ¬
ican bowling congress and if the pun punishment puni punishme ¬
ishment i ishme hme t prescribed in the bylaws b rI8WS Is en enfore enfrc enforcxi
fore forcxi id the tournament will be taken out outof outof outof
of the hands of the local association at atonce
May Tie Up Prize Money MoneyThe MoneyThe MoneyThe
The protest of Mr Rowe of sustained sustainedwill sustainedw1l1 sustainedwill
will tie up prize money amounting to to00o
9000 00o and will it is said set aside several severalf
of f the records made since the tournament tournamentbegan tournamentbegan tournarizentbegan
began Another protest was filed today todayagainst toda todasgainst todayuainst
against the record of the Leisys No 1 lof 1of 1o
of o Peoria This is a fiveman team and androlled androned androlled
rolled a total of 2781 2 iSl this morning The TheCentury TheCentuo TheCentury
Century team of Chlcaeo which had the thelisrh the1i theitrh
lisrh 1i itrh h fiveman fiv mn roll 274 M of the Louis Louisville LouisilIe Louisyule ¬
yule tournament protests because the theLeisys theLels theLelsys
Leisys Lels s No 1 bowled after midnight The Thecontract Thecontract Thecontract
contract between the Louisville Bowling BowlingTournament BowUnlTournament BowlingTournament
Tournament association and the American Americanbowling AmerJcaboUng Americanbowling
bowling congress provides that no game gameshall gameshall nme nmeshall
shall be rolled after midnight midnightThe midnightThe midnightThe
The Centurys claim the Leisys L > is s had art arisdvantage artdvantage an andvantage
dvantage as the pins they the used were werebattered werabattered werebattered
battered by the other squads during yes yesterdays yesterdays y yterdays ¬
terdays game gameSHOW gameSHOW gameSHOW
SHOW FOR FORAMATEURS FORAMATEURSWillard AMATEURS AMATEURSWillard
Willard Bean Will Give One During DuringConference DuringConference DuringConference
Conference Week WeekWillard WeekWillard WeekWillard
Willard Bean announced yesterday that thathis thathig thathi3
his next amateur show would be pulled pulledoff pulledoff pulledoff
off In the first week in April or during duringccnference duringccnference duringccnference
ccnference Bean B an asks that all ambitious ambitiousboxers ambitiousboxers ambitiousboxers
boxers outside of the city get In their en entries entries entries ¬
tries at once as it will take some time to tomake tomake tomake
make up the programme It Is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that there are several young boxers boxersaround boxersaround boxersaround
around the state who have evinced a de desire desire desire ¬
sire to enter and Bean says he wants toaccommodate to toaccommodate toaccommodate
accommodate all allWillard allmllard allWillard
Willard says he has been promised that thatOgden thatOgden thatOgden
Ogden will send in four entries en trios this time timeand timeand timeand
and as the Junction city boxers showed showedup showedup showedup
up well In the last tournament he ex expects exiects expects ¬
pects iects they will be good talent talentHere talentHere talentHero
Here in Salt Lake there are nearly a adozen adozen adozen
dozen boys bo s now training for the event eventand eventand eventand
and on the whole It is expected a strong strongcard strongcard strongcard
card will be placed before the publicALL public publicALL pUblicALL
ALL HALLOWS CAPTAIN
Leonard Thell Will Run College CollegeTeam CollegeTeam CollegeTeam
Team This Year YearAt YearAt YearAt
At a meeting of All Hallows baseball baseballteam baseballteam baseballteam
team held yesterday esterda Leonard Thell was waselected waselected waselected
elected playing captain for the coming comingseason comIngseuson comingsealn
season A manager has not been selected selectedbut selectedbut selectedbut
but it Is understood the boys are In favor favorof faorat favorof
of a member from the faculty to fill this thisposition thispOsition thisposition
position positionThell pOsitionTheIl positionThell
Thell played with the team last year yearand yearand ear earumI
and is an infielder and pitcher Lastyear Last Lastyear Lastyear
year his pitching won a couple of hard hardplayed hardplayed hardplayed
played games for the collegians and his hisfriends hisfrIends hisfriends
friends expect better work this season seasonThe seaSODThe seasonThe
The team will be called out for regu regular regula regulac ¬
lar la practice as soon as the weather per permits permits permits ¬
mits It was decided at the meeting to tojoin tojoIn tojoin
join the high school s < hool league now forming formingin I
in the city cityPARRYELECTED cityPARRY cityPARRYELECTED
PARRYELECTED PARRY ELECTED CAPTAIN CAPTAINWill
Will Lead L L D S U Track and andField andField andField
Field Team This Year YearLewis YearIs YearLewis
Lewis Is Parry was elected captain of the theLatterday thelAtterday theLatterday
Latterday Saints university track team teamat teamat teamat
at a meeting held at the L D S U yes yesterday yesterday es esterda ¬
terday terda morning and W V H Walker was wasselected wasselected wasselected
selected as manager Parry is one of the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university sprinters and showed up well wellin wellin wellin
in them last year yearCoach yearCoach ear earCoach
Coach Milne appointed captains of ofsnuads ofsquads ofsquads
squads to work the men out in the differ different different different ¬
ent classes c asses of track and field work They Theyare Tho Thoue Theyare
are SprInts Arthur McAllister middle middledistance mldflledistance middledistance
distance E Parry long distance L LBateman J JBateman LBateman
Bateman pole vault R Olten jumps jumpsAj
Aj A F Marchant weights Joe Smith Smithhurdles Smithhurdles smithhurdles
hurdles Captain Parry ParryW ParryW Parryw
W S A to Play S S A ASpecial ASpecial ASpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden March 22 22The The Weber Stakeacadem Stake Stakeacademy Stakeacademy
academy basket ball team of Ogden will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet the Summit Stake academy team of ofCoalvHle ofCoalvl1e ofCoalvflle
CoalvHle in the academy amusement amuElem nt hall hallat hl1l1at hellat
at 4 oclock this afternoon On account accountof iccountof
of the good showing showln made by both teams teamscuring tenm1uring teamsuring
uring the past season an excellent game gameis gamtc
is expected ex ected
c
REAL REASON WHY SALT LAKE DID NOT NOTPAY NOTPAY NOTPAY
PAY A A1 F LAWSON FOR AN OLD DEAD HORSE
When hen It comes to horse flesh Its hats hatsoff hatsotf batsoff
off to Mayor Ezra Thompson His honor honorstudies honorstudiC3 honorstudies
studies the dope sheet as religiously as asseme asse asscme
seme se me people do their Bibles and It Is Isclaimed Isclaimed Isclaimed
claimed by his friends has never been beenknown beenknown beenknown
known to fall down on any proposition propositionwhere propositionwhere propositionwhere
where horse flesh Is taken into the argumost argu argument argument ¬
ment In this however the mayor has hasIt hasit hasIt
It over the city council by several Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City blocks notwithstanding among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the members of the council are several severalwho severalwho severalwho
who own horses race horses and have havea
a private opinion that they know some something somethIng something ¬
thing about horses But these same wise wisealdermanic wisealdermanic 1 1aldermanic
aldermanic horse dopesters are not tell telling tellfng tellIng ¬
ing what they know about the noble ani animal animal anImal ¬
mal these days or to be more exact exactsince exactsince exactsince
since Mayor Thompson vetoed the reso resolution resolution resolution ¬
lution to pay one A F Lawson a sum of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money for a horse which It Is alleged died diedsome diedsome diedsome
some time a couple of years ears ago agoWhen agoVhen agoWhen
When the bill was presented to the thecouncil theccuncll thecGuncll
council and a horse was mentioned there therein t11erein therein ¬
in these councilmen It is said sat back backwith backwith
with a knowing look the kind a a horse horseman horsealwas horseman ¬
man always carries with him promptly promptlyagreed promptlagreed promptlyagreed
agreed with Mr Lawson that the city cityshould cityshculd citysheuld
should pay him for his horse and passed passedthe passedthe passedthe
the bill
TRACK TDAPlf JUST IIIOT QUITO SUITS UfCMDIPtf WtNKM WfNRICKHe WtNKMHe
He Is Extensively Backed and andWins andWins andWins
Wins Long Run All the theWay theWay theWay
Way at Oakland OaklandSan
San Francisco March 22 22Wenrlck Wenrick Wenrickfound re1lrickfound
found the track to his liking at Oakland Oaklandtoday Oaklandtoday
today and extensively extenshel backed won the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth race all the way wa The distance distancewas distancewas distancewas
was the longest on the card and the win winner winn4r winncr ¬
ncr was as a strong favorite In the openIng open opening opening ¬
ing event Cazzazza easily outdistanced outdistancedCaptain outdistancedCaptain outdistancedCaptain
Captain Burnett the favorite and won at
8 to 1 By securing a flying start In the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second race Sylvia Talbot won from wire wireto wireto wireto
to wire Weather eather cloudy cloud track heavy heavyResults hea7Results heavyResults
Results ResultsFirst ResultsFirst ResultsFirst
First race five and a half furlongs furlongsselling furlongssellingCazzazza furlongsselUngCazzazza
selling selUngCazzazza Cazzazza 105 T Sullivan 8 to 1 1won 1won 1won
won Captain Burnett 105 Clark 3 to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Avonella 103 Graham 10 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time Time110 110 Ellred Dick Wilson WilsonSemilune WilsonSemilune l1son l1sonSEmUune
Semilune Laura Van Sicyon Sic on James L LM LI
M I NIota and Bill Perry Perr also ran ranSecond ranSecond ranSecond
Second race seven furlongsSylYia furlongs Sylvia Tal Talbot Talbot 1alhot ¬
bot 105 Clark 8 to 5 won Cardinal Sar Sarto Sarto Sarto
to 1CS Loague 13 to 2 second Full Sway Swa Swano Swayno
no Robinson 11 to 5 third Time Timel3It4 Timel3It4Mimon Tlme1OMimon 130 130Mimon
Mimon Zaza Vigoroso Metlakata Sinies Siniestro Siniestro Sinlestro1
tro tro1 Teufeu J B Smith Decoy Deco and Tom TomHawk TomHawk TomHawk
Hawk also ran ranThird ranThird ranThird
Third race seven furlongs furlongsRIpper Ripper 107 107Clark 107Clark 107Clark
Clark 6 to 1 won Barker 107 F Sulli Sullivan SulIivan Sullivan ¬
van 20 to 1 second Blackthorn 113 Du Dugan Duga11 Dugall
gall U to 5 third Time Time131 131 Melar MelarChief lIelarChief MelarChief
Chief Bush Easy Street Standard Big BigInjun BigInjun BigInjun
Injun Anirad Conger Fort Plain Prick Prickles Prickles Pricklas ¬
les and Daisy Wagner also ran ranFourth ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth race mile and a quarter quarterWenrick quarterV6nrick quarterTeflrjcr
Wenrick 107 Minder 5 to 2 won Har Harbor Harbor Harbor ¬
bor 102 1 10 Rettig 4 I to 1 second Nine Spot
107 Brussel 6 to 1 third Time Time212 Time212Leila Tlme212Leila 212 212Leila ¼
Leila Hill Byronerdale Invictus and andLangford andLangford andLangford
Langford James also ran ranj ranFifth ranFifth
j Fifth race four and a half furlongs furlongsNative furlongsNative furlongsNative
Native Son 111Robinson ill Robinson 7 to 10 won wonI wonGold wonGold
I Gold Heather 107 Loague 100 to 1 sec second second secend ¬
ond Oceanshore 114 Fountain 7 to 1 1third 1third 1thlr
third thlr Time Timei61k 56 seconds Kamsack KamsackPalemon KamsackPalemon KamsackPalemon
Palemon and Allaric also ran ranSixth ranSixth ranSixth
Sixth race mile and twenty yards yardsGateway yardstatewa yardsl3ateway
Gateway 10S 10 Robinson 9 to 5 won Theo TheoCase TheoCase TheoCase
Case 91 Brussel 21 to 5 second Ma Magran 11agrane Mngrane
grane e 103 7 to 2 third Time Time1t54 Time1t54D Time145Dcrado 145 145Dorado
Dorado D rado and Anvil also ran ranI
I
FIRSTM FIRST nAY IN TEIH CASE CASEWitnesses CASEWitnesses CASEWitnesses
Witnesses Examined Do NotKnow Not NotKnow NotKnow
Know Who Is the Mys Mysterious Mysterious Mysterious ¬
terious Dr Day DaySan Day1San
San Francisco March 22 22The The preliminary prelimin preliminary ¬
ary a examination of Frankie Neil Mark MarkShaughnessy MarkShnughnessy IarkShaughnessy
Shaughnessy William Roche Spider SpiderKelly SpiderKelly SpiderKelly
Kelly Johnny Frayna and Thomas Thomasland Ey Eyland Ijyland
land for the alleged killing of Harry Ten Tennebaum Tennebaum Tennebaum
nebaum during a fight at the Mechanicspavilion Mechanics Mechanicspavilion MechanicspaYiIlon
pavilion on the night of February 28 was wasbegun wasbegun wasbegun
begun today toda before Police Judge Cabaniss CabanissThe CabanissThe CabanissThe
The proceedings were hardly hardl under way waybefore waybefore waybefore
before the sobs of the aged mother of thedead the thedead thedead
dead boy disturbed the court Judge Ca Caj Cabaniss Cabaniss
j baniss suggested that she should be tak taken taken taken ¬
en from the court room but on promising promisingto
to restrain her grief she was permitted permittedto
to remain Police Captain Duke testi testified testifIed testilied ¬
fied that In his opinion Tennebaum was wasknocked wasknocked wasknocked
knocked out twice twiceEdward twiceEdward twiceEdward
Edward Graney stated that articles had hadbeen hadb badbeen
b been = en drawn up between Neil and Tenny Tennybut Tenn Tennbut Tennlbut
but that he had never seen them He had hadno hadno hadno
no recollection of Dr Day who is al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged to have signed the certificate as asto asto asto
to the condition of the pugilists pugilistsJ
J W Yo v Coffroth testified to the same ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect fectChief feetChief
fectChief Chief of Police DInan Identified the cer certificates certificates cerUficates ¬
tificates that had been shown to him onthe on onthe onthe
the day before the fight He believed believedthem bellevedthem believedthem
them to have been made by a regular regularphysician regularphysician regularphysIcian
physician and had no way of discovering discoveringthat
that the certificates were Irregular IrregularThe IrregularThe IrregularThe
The examination ex mlnatlon was continued until to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrOw ¬
morrow morrowLAWN morrowLAWN morrOwLAWN
LAWN TENNIS OFFICERS OFFICERSMiller
Miller Courts Elect Some for Coming ComingSeason ComingSeason ComingSeason I
Season
The Miller Lawn La Tennis association held holdits heldits heldits
its annual meeting yesterday for the elec election election election ¬
tion of officers and other business that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might come before the club The new newmen newmen newmen
men selected to head the club this year yearare yearare yearare
are arePresident President W K Conrad vice president presidentDrC presidentDr presidentDrC
DrC Dr C G Plummer secretary and treas treesurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer J B Milne v At the meeting a com committee commlttce corninittee ¬
mittee was appointed to put the courts courtsInto courtsInto courtsinto
Into shape as soon as the weather permits per permits pcrmlts ¬
mits As soon as this Is done spring springpractice springpractice springpractice
practice will begin ogin and the Miller people peopleexpect peopleexpect peopleexpect
expect to have the game fairly booming boomingas boomln boomlnas
as soon as if not before any of the other otherclubs otherclubs otherclubs
clubs In the city citySYSONBY citySYSONBY
SYSONBY TOP WEIGHT WEIGHTWill WEIGHT WEIGHTWill
Will Run in Carter Handicap Carrying Car Carrying Carrying ¬
rying 134 Pounds PoundsNew PoundsNew PoundsNew
New York March 22 22The The weights for forthe forthe forthe
the Carter and Excelsior handicaps to be berun berun berun
run at Aqueduct April 16 and Jamaica JamaicaApril JamaicaApril JamaicaApril
April 28respectively 28 are published today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The Carter at seven furlongs has a aguaranteed aguaranteed aguaranteed
guaranteed cash value of 10000 this year yearFor yearFa yearFo
For Fa this event Sysonby S sonby has received top topweight topelght to toweight
weight elght 131 pounds Hermis gets In with with1M wit witl0
130 pounds the weight allotted to Mr MrKeenes MrKeenes MrReenes
Keenes Delhi while Roseben has re received received recived ¬
ceived 129 pounds Hamburg Belle comesnext comes comesnext comesnxt
next with 125 pounds Cairngorm having
121 pounds while 120 12 has been assigned to toboth toboth toboth
both Lord of the Vale and Rams Horn Hornone Hornone Hornone
one of the best handicap horses at New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans OrleansI
Soldiers Begin Training TrainingLieutenant TrainingLieutenant TrainingLieutenant
I Lieutenant Gray Gra of Fort Douglas who whohas whohas whohas
has charge of the fort athletics this sea season season season ¬
son reports the soldiers will be in the thefield thefield thefield
field with a strong baseball team this thisvear thisyear thisyear
year The grounds at the fort are much muchhigher muchhgher muchhgher
hgher than any an other around the city cityand cityanl1 cityand
and are for this reason in shape for prac practice practice practice ¬
tice Yesterday nearly nearl twenty in all were wereout wereknocking wereout
out knocking the ball over the diamond diamondand diamondand diamondand
and some likely men appeared among amongthem amongthem amongthem
them
The next day when It was learned learnedMayor learned1Iaor learnedMayor
Mayor Thompson had vetoed the billthese bill billthese blllthese
these same councilmen became indignant indignantand indignantld
and ld rushed to the mayors office demand demandIng demanding demandJngan
Jngan Ing an explanation It Issaid 15 said Councilmen CouncilmenCrabtree CouncilmenCrabtree CouncilmenCrabtree
Crabtree and ODonnell were were among the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number both horse experts expertsAs
As they tho started to voice their opinions opinionsof
of the mayors actions they were in informed intanned informed ¬
formed that the city was not paying for forhorses forhOl5es forhorses
horses which had died of old age ageWhy a aYhy agnVby
Why that horse was Riley K saidthe said saidthe saidthe
the mayor I saw him pace a race In
282 at the old mile track wet of the city cityand cltyan cityana
and an that must have been twenty years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago He was a good horse in his day daybut da dabut daybut
but that was a long time ago agoI
I am surprised that you gentlemen gentlemenwho gentlemenwho gentiemenwho
who claim to know something about horse horseflesh horseflesh horseflesh
flesh do not remember RIley K He was wasbred wasbred wasbred
bred in Cache valley by Riley Kent and andwas andwas andwas
was considered consld red one of the best be t pacers In InUtah InUtah inUtah
Utah In the early days Tom McCoy 1fc oy and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Kendall brought him to Salt Lake and andwon andwon andwon
won several races with him and you youought youought youought
ought to know that when a horse getstoo gets getstoo getstoo
too old for McCoy to race he is past the theage thoage theage
age of usefulness If you gentlemen in intend intend ¬ I Itend
tend buying horses for the city either eitherdead eitherdead eitherdead
dead or alive come and see me first and andI
I will give you the horses pedigree Good Goodday Goodday i ida
day da gentlemen
IVER LAWSON MISONSIONS SIGNS TO RIDE RIDEChampion RIDEChampion
Champion Decides to Remain Remainin
in Salt Lake for Coming Com Conling Coming ¬
ing Season SeasonIver
Iver Lawson has signed to ride at the thesaucer thesaucer thesaucer
saucer track this season Ever since sinceLawson sinceLawson sinceLawson
Lawson arrived from Australia he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been dickering with the local manage management managemEnt management ¬
ment and for a time it looked as if the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion would not take part In the theraces thentces theraces
races this summer as he could not come cornyto cometo cometo
to terms with ith the track lessees A prop proposition propositicn propositien ¬
osition was finally finall made to Iver which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he accepted acc pted and now now local cycling fans fansare fansare fansare
are assured of seeing the champion ride rideLawson rideLawson rideLawson
Lawson during this time was consider considering considering considerlug ¬
ing offers from Paris and the east to toride torIde toride
ride but has now turned these down for forthe forthe forthe
the one made him by the local 10 < 1 manage management manasament managemeat ¬
ment mentLawson mentLawson meatLawson
Lawson will ill commence comm nce his training as assoon assoon assoon
soon as the weather permits and shoulu shoulube shoulube shoulibe
be in shape for the opening of the sea season seaon season ¬
son on Last year he was greatly handi handicapped handicapped handicapped ¬
capped at the opening meetings by lack lackI lackof lackof
I of condition and will in not take the same samechances samechances samechances
chances again againthis this year yearNEW ear earNEW
NEW fIGHT HOIITCIJJB CLUB STARTS
Will Promote Sport at Salt Pal Palace Palace Palace ¬
ace and Expects First FirstContest FirstContest FitstContest
Contest Soon SoonA
A new fight club to be known as the thePalace th thPala thePalace
Palace Pala e club has been formed to promote promotethe promotethe promotethe
the pugilistic game at the Salt PalacethIs Palace Palacei Palacethis
i this summer Jim Donaldson is named by bythe bythe bythe
the backers as the manager and it is issaid issaid issaid
said everything is O 1C J to go ahead with withth6 withthE withthe
thE fighting game For some time the theclub theclub theclub
club has been under way but nothing was wasgiven wasgien wasgiven
given out for publication until u ti1 all details detailswere detailswere detailswere
were arranged which it is said has now nowbeen noWbeen nowbeer
been done doneJust doneJust doneJust
Just when the first contest will ill be heldhas held heldhas heldhas
has nt been definitely settled s ttled but it Is Isthought i ithought
I
thought it will ill be about the last of April AprilThe AprilThe AprilThe
The club is now no in correspondence with withFighting withFighting withFighting
Fighting Dick Hyland H land and Young Cor Corbett Cortett Corhett
bett as its first card and has practically practicallysecured practicallsecured practicallysecured
secured an agreement from rom them to come comehere comehere comehere
here and have it out Articles of agree agreement agreenant agreenant ¬
nant will be forwarded at once to San SanFrancisco SlnFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and if both men sign sl the date dateand dateand dateand
and details of the th contest will be givenout given givenout givenout
out outATHLETIC outATHLETIC
ATHLETIC UNIONS COMBINE
ii J E El Sullivan Would Bring Eng England England England ¬
land and America Under UnderOne UnderOne UnderOne
One Head HeadLondon HeadLondon HeadLondon i
London March 22 2James James E Sullivan Sullivansecretary SuIlhans Sullivansecretary
secretary s of the Amateur Athletic union unionof unionof unionof
of America and manager of the Americanteam American Americanteam Americanteam
team which will participate in the Olym Olympic Olympic Olymplc ¬
pic games at Athens next month today todaydiscussed todaydiscussed todaydiscussed
discussed with officials of the Amateur AmateurAthletic AmateurAthletic AmateurAthletic
Athletic association of Great Britain a aproposal aproposal aproposal
proposal to organize an international ath athletic athletic athletic ¬
letic union the primary objects of whichwill whichwill which whichwill
will be to agree as to the standing of ofamateurs ofamateurs ofamateurs
amateurs ana and the acceptance of records recordsestablished recordsestablished recordsestablished
established under the rules of the various variousnational variousnadonal variousnational
national associations and the suspensions suspensionsmade suspensionsmade suspensionsmade
made by them themSecretary themSecretary themSecretary
Secretary Sullivan also proposed an ar arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
rangement by b which international field fieldsports fieldspcrts fieldspcrts
spcrts may be held every two years alternately al alternately alternately ¬
ternately in the United States and Eng England England England ¬
land
MURRAY YBOYS BOYS WIN WINDefeat WINDefeat WINDefeat
Defeat Lowell School in Match Game Gameof Gameoft Gameof
of oft Basketball BasketballThe
The eighth grade boys basket ball team teamof teamof teamof
of Murray and ihe 1 he eighth grade team of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lowell school of this city met in a amatch amatch amatch
match game of basket ball in this city cityyesterday cityyesterday It Itesterday
yesterday The game was played on the theLowell theLoweII theLowell
Lowell grounds and a large crowd of ofrooters ofrooters ofrooters
rooters from both schools were in attend attendance attenl1ancc attendance ¬
ance The final score was 30 to 17 in fa favor favor favor ¬
vor of the Murray team te m A return game gamewill gamewill gamewill
will be played wiih i h the Murray team at atMurray atMurray atMurray
Murray next Thursday ThursdayFrom ThursdayFrom ThursdayFrom
From now on a number of grade school schoolbasket scqoOlbsket Sciloolbnskot
basket ball games ftILeS are expected to be beplayed beplayed beplayed
played between the Murray and Salt Lakeschools Lake Lakeschools Lakeschools
schools as arrangements toward that end endhave endhave endhave
have been made
BOWLING SCORESBafratt SCORES SCORESBafratt SCORESBarratt
Bafratt 169 167 190 190Papworth 190Papworth li0Papworth
Papworth 131 188 163 163Ely 16 16Ely 165Ely
Ely 114 100 149 149Walker 149Valkcr 149Walker
Walker 159 151 155 155Johnson 100Jchnson 155Johnson
Johnson 131 148 129 12DTotals 129rotls 129Thtals
Totals TotalsKirkwood V704 S12 12 7SS 7SSKirkwood 7 7Kirkwood
Kirkwood KirkwoodWilliamson 141 190 187 187V11llamson 187Williamson
Williamson WilliamsoniMdlroy 14 145 144 149 149rcIlroy 119Mcilroy
iMdlroy iMdlroyDanley rcIlroy 157 57 18S 177 177Danley 177Danley
Danley DanleySkidmore 151 128 ITS 178Skidmore 1SSkidmore
Skidmore 174 177 183 183Totals 182ota1s 1SiTotals
Totals 711 777 Ti S73 S73Commercial 873Commercial 573Commercial
Commercial League Scores
Gyllenswan GyllenswanCollins 19S 173 11 5i 5iCoUins io iom 5 5Collins
Collins CollinsFaddus m m 16R l 16 44C 446Faddus U6Fzddus
Faddus FaddusSchmierer 136 i 190 oo 177 177303 177303Sciunierer 77 503 501Schmierer
Schmierer SchmiererBurt 165 148 152 2 466 46 46Burt 4fliBurt
Burt 157 192 227 576 576Totals 5i6Totals 576Totals
Totals 790 857 8 7 S9S 8982546 8982546JUNIOR 8952546JUNIOR 2545 2545JUNIOR
JUNIOR LEAGUE SCORES SCORESj SCORESOrientals SCORESOrieritats
j Orientals OrientalsJAvile OrientalsUe OrieritatsAvile
JAvile Avile Ue 1 121 103 142 142Denies 366 366Denies 366Denlos
Denies 148 135 175 453 453Riddle 41 463RI 3 3RIi
Riddle RIi RI idle le 100 150 110 360 360Baer 360Baer o oBaer
Baer 139 13961 61 138 438 438Maughan 4SMaughan 438aughan
Maughan 139 211 17G 17 526 526Totals 526Totals 526Totals
Totals 00 7 760 7 60 741 412148 7443D 412148D 214S 214SDoolittles
Doolittles DoolittlesHood D littles olittlesHood littlesJTood
Hood 133 179 173 4SS 4SSStanish 4 4Stanish 486Stanish
Stanish i 107 131 13l109IT 13l109IThite 109 317 317nhlte 317hlte
nhlte hlte 4 137 141 203 2 203iR1 203iR1Donkin 3 oSl oSlDonkin S1 S1Donkln
Donkin 162 176 116 451 451Earle 451Earle 1 1Earle
Earle 174 17 186 184 544 544Totals 544Totals
Totals 713 813 13 7852311
SOME QUESTIONS QUESTIONSARE II
ARE PROPOUNDED PROPOUNDEDOld
I
I IOld
Old Board of Trustees of the Mutual MutualLife MutualL TilutualLife
Life L e Put p t on oh the Rack by byAttorney byAttorney I IAttorney
Attorney ChoateHOW Choate ChoateHOW
I IHOW
HOW MUCH DID YOU GET GETOTHER GETOTHER GETOTHER
OTHER INTERROGATIONS EQUAL EQUALLY EQUALLV ¬
j
LY AWKWARD A AWKWARDNew KWARD i iNew
1 1New
New York March 22 22It It is s announced announcedthat announcedthat j jthat
that within wIthin the past few days every everymember everymember j jmember
member of the old board of trustees of ofthe ofl oflthe ofthe
the Mutual Life Insurance company ineluding in including1 Ineluding ¬
eluding all who served between the thedates theI thedates thedates I
dates of ian 1 1900 and Dec 31 1905 1905have 190 190have 1905have
have been served with a requisition for forInformation forinformation forInformation
Information as drastic as the Mutuais Mutuaisharshest l1utualsharshest Mutualsharshest
harshest critic could well demand Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph H Choate is the author of the therequisition therequisition therequisition
requisition and it Is sad to be issued issuedwith issuedwith issuedwith
with the unqualified approval of the theTruesdale theTruesdale theTruesdale
Truesdale committee and the Mutuais Mutuaislegislative lIutualslegislative Mutualslegislative
legislative administration administrationAmong administrationAmong administrationAmong
Among other questions it contains the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following followingHave followingHave followingHave
Have you during said period had hadany hadany hadany
any connection or business relations relationswith relationswith relationswith
with any ny other company company or corporation corporationin
in which the Mutual Life company had hadat hadat hadat
at the same time stock sto t or other inter interest interest interest ¬
est
Any Relatives Employed EmployedWho EmployedWho
Who if any of the officers or em employes emplo3 employes ¬
ployes plo3 > es of the Mutual Life company are arerelated arerelated arerelated
related by blood or marriage to you youReferring youReferring ou ouReferrlng
Referring to attached statement statementmarked statementmarked statementmarked
marked Memo A please state whether whethersince whethersince whethersince
since Jan 1 1900 you individually or ora ora ora
a firm of which you were a member memberhave memberhave memberhiv
have o owned any of the capital stock of ofany ofany ofany
any any of the companies named in said saidMem saidtfem saidrem
Mem rem remI
MemMemo I Memo A is a list of banks and andtrust an antrust andtrust
trust companies in which the Mutual MutualLife MutualLife MutualLife
Life Insurance company on Dec 31
1905 had holdings of 10 per p r cent or more moreof moreof moreof
of the total outstanding capital stock stockof stockof stockof
of such companies companiesHas companiesHas companiesHas
Has the Mutual Life Insurance com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan during the period mentioned made madeyou madeyou madeyou
you or any firm of which you were at atthe atth I Ith
the th time a member any loans other otherthan otherthitn I Ithan
than on insurance policies on collat collateral colJateral collateral ¬
eral or other security If so will you youplease youplease
please state with what official offic al or repre representative representative representative ¬ I
sentative of the company any such loan loanor 10a11or loanor
or loans were arranged for in what whatform
1 form for how much and how the same sameI samewas samewas I
I was or is secured
Any Rakeoff RakeoffHave RakeoffHave RakeoffHave
Have you during the period named namedreceived namedreceived namedreceived
received any compensation or benefit benefiteither benefiteither benefiteither
either as commission or otherwise from fromany fromany fromany
any transaction between the Mutual MutualLife MutualLife ilutualLife
Life Insurance company throughthose throughthoserepresenting throughthoserepresenting
representing it and any broker or bro brokers brokers brokers ¬
kers firm corporation or company who whohave whohave whohave
have sold to or for the company any anystocks anystocks anystocks
stocks bonds or securities or property propertyof
of any kind including socalled under underwriting underwritin underwritings ¬
writing writin sand and syndicate participations participationsby
by the company or for any an loans fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the company negotiated on real estate estatesecurity estatesecurit estatesecurity
security securit securityItow t
tHow
How Much Did You Get GetI GetPlease GetPlease
I Please state whether while yau yauhave ynuhave nu nuhave
have been a trustee trust of the company orengaged or orengaged orengaged
engaged in managing Its ts financial af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs you have in any mannsr mann or r form formand formand formand1f
and1f and if f so to what extent E tent advanced your yourpersonal yourpersonal yourpersonal
personal fortunes or derived any finan financial financial financia ¬
cial advantage other than already alreadystated alrcad alrcadstated alreadystated
stated by you through the exercise ofyour of ofi ofyour
i your discretion as trustee or if so state statein statcin statein
in and by what transactions and in re relation relation relation ¬
lation to what other companies < and to toi tohat towhat
i what hat financial enterprise you have re received receiyed received ¬
ceived such advantage or advance advanceHad advanctHad advanceHad
Had you prior to the fact being beingbrought beingbrought beingbrought
brought out before the Armstrong com committee committee coinmittee ¬
mittee any knowledge of contributions contributionshaving contributionshaving contributionshaving
having been made from the companysfunds companys companysfunds comtmnysfunds
funds to political campaign funds fundswhether fundswhether fundswhether
whether national state or other kind kindi kindor kindor
or of the time amount or purpose ofany ofany of ofany
any such payments paym paymentsand nts and to whom w1om pad
9 0
BROOKLYN BANKER BANKERHAS BANKERHAS
HAS DISAPPEARED DISAPPEAREDHad I
Had Taken One More Wife Than the theLaw theLaw theLaw
Law Allows and the Pact PactBecame FactBecame PactEecaine
Became Public PnblicNew Ppblic PpblicNew PublicNew
+ New York March 22 22Fear Fear was wasexpressed +
4 + 4 expressed by the friends of Thos Th05Yo ThosWI + f
+ W Yo Kiley a wealthy banker and andmerchant andmerchant +
+ 4 merchant of Brooklyn that he hehad hehad +
+ 4 had committed suicide Last L st night nighta +
+ a story was published that Mrf Mr MrKiley MrKiley + +
4 + Kiley had married Mrs Flora A AColt 4Colt +
+ 4 Colt of Brooklyn three years ago agoin agoin + r
4 + in Hammond Ind although he hehad hehad hehad +
+ had another wife at that time timewho timewho +
4 + who is still living livingMr livingMr +
4 + Mr Kiley Kile was not at either of ofhis +
4 his offices or his home today todayNone todayNone + fr
+ None of his employes or business businessassociates businessassociates +
+ associates know his whereabouts whereaboutsAfter whereaboutsAfter +
4 + After the publication of the thecharges thecharges +
4 + charges against Mr Kiley he was wasquoted 4 4quoted
4 + quoted as saying This scandal scandalwill scandalvill +
4 + will be more than I can bear I +
4 never did anything any thing that was not nothonest +
4 4 honest or honorable until I mar married marned +
+ ried Mrs Colt I know that it was waswrong +
4 4 wrong and I am ashamed ash med of It itNew itNew 4 +
4 + New York ork March 22 22Although 22Althoughfears Although 4 4 4fears >
+ fears were entertained for a time timetoday timetoday +
+ today that Thomas W Kiley a awealthy 4 +
4 4 wealthy banker and merchant of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn +
+ Brooklyn had committed suicide suicidebecause suicidebecause +
4 + because of the publication yester yesterday 4 4 4day
4 + day of a story that he was the thehusba thehusbaild 4 +
4 + husband husba d of two wives Mrs Flora FloraA +
4 + A Colt to whom Kiley was mar marTied 4 4
4 4 Tied three years ago go In Hammond HammondInd +
4 Ind received information tonight toni ht htof + t 4of t4of
4of + of Mr Kileys whereabouts Mrs MrsColts Irs IrsCoWs +
4 + Colts son said Mr Kiley was wasnlhe 4 4alive
4 + alive but that he was not at lib liberty liberty +
4 + erty to say where he jvas as Other Otherthan 4 4than
+ than this th s no statement was ob obtalnable 4 +
4 4 talnable regarding Kileys move movements movements +
4 + ments today 4H444HH +
+ H444HH + + + 4 m m
EPIDEMIC OF OFSWIALLPOX OFSWIALLPOXIN SMALLPOX SMALLPOXIN
IN WESTERN tV WYOMING WYOMINGCheyenne lvYOMINGCheyenne WYOMINGCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo March 22Fiftyseven 22 22Fifty 22Fiftyseven Fifty Fiftyseven
seven cases of smallpox are reported in inthe Inthe inthe
the farming districts of Liman and andBridge andBridge andBridge
Bridge In Uinta county Wyoming and andtho andth andthe
the th < southern part of that county has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been Quarantined The source of the theepidemic theepidemic theepidemic
epidemic It is reported was an aban abandoned abandoned abandoned ¬
doned pest house In the mining camp campat campat campat
at Cumberland which a rachman ap appropriated appropriated appropriated ¬
propriated using some of the parti partitions partiHons partitions ¬
tions in his hi own dwelling and selling sellingtimbers sellingtimbers sellingtimbers
timbers to neIghbo neIghboQUARTERLY neighbors neighborsQUARTERLY neIghbotsQUARTERLY
QUARTERLY INTEREST INTERESTDeposit INTERESTDeposit INTERESTDeposit
Deposit your savings April 3 1 and anddraw anddraw anddraw
draw Interest on July 1 The Home HomeTrust HorneTrust HomeTrust
Trust Savings Sa lngs Bank 6 S 10 W First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South SU Cash paid up capital 250
000
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To Show QL iiOW You y ou Our 0 ur New NewSpring N Ng ew ewi
g i gI9jfl 1 r + I Spring Clothing and andHaberdashery andI andii
I ii Haberdashery HaberdasheryWe
a1 I i We wish every man in in townwould town would come comein comein comein
in arid see our newSpring new Spring and Summer SummerSuits SummerSuits SummerSuits1
Suits Hats Hatsand and Furnishings FurnishingsNever FurnishingsNever Furnishings1I
I 2 tiw Never have we been inbetter in in better shape sh pe Tol Tolmeet i to tonleet T Tmeet
meet the demands of our trade than we weare weare wejjjJj
jjjJj gh are now nowSuits nowSuitsof flOWsz
z Suits Suitsof of Every Right Styleand Style Styleand Styleand
and Every Right Material rr rrFabrics R Ri
i Fabrics you would scarcely expect to seeWi see seein seein
1 Wi ici1 ifZl1 in in readytowear suits Nobby Cheviots Cheviotsand Cheviotsand CheviotsA
A and Tweeds in all the new effects I gray grayand grayand grayand
and blue mixtures and stripes WORS WORSTEDS WORi WORSI
i I 1ji TEDS PLAIN and FANCY SERGES and andCHEVIOTS andCHEVIOTS andI
I 1i i ii CHEVIOTS in BLUE and BLACK a grand grandassortment grandassortnlent grandI
I ii 11 W assortment from 700 to 3500 3500The 3500The 3500r
r The latest SINGLE and DOUBLEianrn DOUBLED DOUBLEDBREASTED DOUBL DOUBLBREASTED
ianrn BREASTED styles I elegantly made and andthe ar1dthe andJtf
Jtf i the bestfitting b custom tailored readyto readytowear readytwear readytOJlAI
JlAI ± IVORK If wear vvai suits ouii c + money lYrrLoI lIIUIIG can rn LUII buy kifl kiflKY UUJ UUJr Our Furnish Furnishings Furnishings ¬
KY r IriJ 4 r ings and Hat department is complete with withthe withth withthe
the th latest Spring novelties novelties1I novelties1Poulton noveltiesOwen noveltiesrP
I
P oulton IVladsen IVladsenOwen Madsenc
c v Owen Co
2 111113 1 1 1 I 1 3 Main St Where the Clothes Fit FitF
F
Druehl Epilepsy EpilepsyF
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and andFranken
Franken F r ken r khxir khxire Elix IthxirDRUGGISTS l f fFranken r r1JRUGGISTS
DRUGGISTS S E Corner CQI1erMsln e Kosine KosineMain Ko V VS osine osineMain Sine
Main 3d So SoPhones SoPhones SoPhones
Phones 100 100The 100The 100The
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The greatest medicine medicinediscovered medicinediscovered I Idiscovel
discovered discovel ed for nervous nervousdebility nervousdebility I Idebility
debility St Vitus dance danceweak danceweak I
weak and shattered shatterednerves shatterednerves shatterednerves
nerves and epileptic fits
150 A BOTTLE BOTTLETheres
Theres other remedies rEmediesbut but none noneequals noneequals noneequals
equals this Benefit is immediately immediatelynoticeable immediatelynoUctable immediatelynoticeable
noticeable noticeableEczema noUctablei noticeableEczema
Eczema Ointment Ointmentt re relieves relieves ¬
lieves intense itching itchingPrice itching1Price t
Price 25c 25cSALT 25c1SAU
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I EX EXCHANGE CHANGE C Ii A r G E EJLll1i t
208 MAIN STCalifornia ST STCalifornia STCA1ornla
California and Eastern race DI DIrect 1 1rect Dred >
rect red wires on ail aporv aporvnz 8PO 8porsg h hIg
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DECLARED FOROPEN FOR OPEN SilUFP1ethodist SHOP SHOPMethodist
Methodist Book Concern Fight Fighting Fighting Fighting ¬
ing Typographical Union UnionUproar UnIonUproar I IUproar
Uproar in Conference ConferencePhiladelphia C COnfeice1Philadelphia nferencePhiladelpl I
Philadelphia a March 22 22T Thecontro Thecontroversy Th contro controversy controversy ¬
versy between the the1r Methtfdist thlJ ist Bodk Bo kC Con Contern Conbern n nern
tern ern and Typographical Tpo aphic V Union inNo No 6 6of 61 6of
of New York came c edme q1e up lP for discussion discu slon at attodays attodays t i itOdays
todays session of the PhiladelphiaMethodist Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMethodist Phil delphla I IIethodist
Methodist conference Rev Dr H J JEaton JEaton
Eaton of the Book Concern reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that the th past year was the most suc sueeesstul suceessful suceessful
eessful In its history and that It It t had hadpaid hadpaid hadpaid
paid 139000 to the annual conference conferenceDr conf conferenceDr r nce nceDr
Dr Eaton dedared that the th unionTAvas unionTAvasJfighting union was wasghting wasjighting
Jfighting the concern because be ause the pub publishers publisherS publshers ¬
lishers desired de lred to conduct their own ownbusiness ovn ovnusiness ownbusiness
business according to their own ideasWe Ideas IdeasWe IdeasYe
We Ye will not be dictated to by oiir oiiremployes ur urmployes 1r 1rmployes
mployes he said We will fly the theflag theflag theflag
flag of an open shop shopA
A resolution r was presented by Rev RevA RevA RevA
A G Kynett expressing confidence in inI Inthe Inthe
I the Book Concern and endorsing itsattitude its itsattitude itsattitude
attitude on the open shop question questionThis questionThis quesUonThis
This resolution met the disapproval lof lofmany of ofmany ofmany
many pastors whose charges are areamong areamong areamong
among the laboring classes It threw threwthe tbr threwthe w wthe
the conference into an uproar and the theresolution therC501utlon theresolution
resolution was referred to the book bookcommittee bookI bookcommittee
committee which went Into executive executivesession ex executivesession cut ve vesession
I
session to enable them to hear both bothsides bothsides bothsides
sides sidesEVIDENCE sidesEVIDENCE
9 1 1EVIDENCE
EVIDENCE AGAINSTCOUNTYATTORNEY AGAINST AGAINSTCOUNTY AGAINSTCOUNTY
COUNTY COUNTYATTORNEY COUNTYATTORNEYKansas ATTORNEY ATTORNEYKansas
Kansas City March 22 22TDtm John F FSteele FSteele FSteele
Steele for two years agent age t in Kansas KansasOity lCansasity Kansasity
Oity ity Kan of a brewing company tes testified testified teatilled ¬
tified In the Gibson ouster hearing In
that city today that for many
he e paid James S Gibson qpunty unty attorney attor attorney attorney ¬
ney three dollars a month for each eachjoint eachjoint eachjoint
joint or Illicit saloon owned by the thebrewery thebrewery thebrewery
brewery in Kansas City as a guaranty guarantyof
of f immunity from rom prosecution Steelelso Steele Steelealso Steelealso
also lso testified that Gibson demanded 5 5a 5a 5a
a month but on a compromise reduced reducedthe reducedthe reducedthe
the amount to 3 3DECLARED 3DECLARED 3DECLAREDA
DECLARED A DIVIDEND DIVIDENDLondon DIVIDENDLondon DIVIDENDLondon
London March 22 22WiU1 With the half halfyears hatfyears halfyears
years profits 3303890 the Bank of ofEngland ofEngland ofEngland
England today declared dec1 r d a dIvld dividend nd of of41h
4 41 41h per cent centThe centThe centThe
p I
The Big Wall Paper Pap r Store StoreNow StoreNow StoreNow
Now showing the only new stock stock in inthe inthe Inthe I
the city Largest selection s lection popular popularprices popularI popularprices popularprices
prices See us before placing your yourorders yourorders yourorders
orders Remember the place Plac 3335 3335East 3335East 3335East
East 1st South C H Bodel Paintsand Paints Paintsand PLlntsand
and picture frames
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I THE TIIEDOCTORSWHOCUItEI TIIEDOCTORSWHOCUItEICArARaH DOCTORS WHO CURE CTJKECATARRH J JCAlARRH
CATARRH and all curable cnroni cnronidiseases cl1romdiseases cflronIdiseases
diseases o oC the Eyes Ears Nose NoseThroat N3eThroat toseThroat
Throat Lungs Stomach Kidneys ICldneysLiver KldnesLive Kidneysf
f Liver Bladder and Bowels Heart HeartDisease HeartDisease HeartDisease
Disease Fits F Chorea Rheumatism RheumatismPiles RheumatismPiJs h i iPiles
Piles Rupture Lost Manhood Va Varlcocele Varlcocele y yricocele
rlcocele Gonorrhea G norr a Syphilis SyphilisProstatic SyphilisProstatic SyphilisProstatie
Prostatic Troubles and all Chron Chronic ¬
ic Nervous and Private Diseases Diseasesof Diseaseof DiseasesChildren
of Men Women and Children ChildrenLiquor ChildrcnLIquor ChildrenBorne
Liquor Habic Cured in 3 Days or orNo 0 0o
No o Pay PayHome PayHome
Home Treatment Cures Write Writefor WriteS
for free symptom s ptom list If you youcannot youOr youDr l
Or A S Shore cannot nnot call Consultation Free Dr G C V Yo Shores ShoresWEAK ShoresWEAK ShoreWEAK
WEAK MEN MENVERY PAY WHEN CURED CUREDDRS CUREDIf
of UtE weak We cure you first and then aSk aSknesses asknesses
suftir U r from any
If you ou
diseases caused by Ignorance REASONABLE FEE when you ou a aexcess aexcess
nesses or contagion yOU AR ARE TH cured You can depend upon our word wordVERY worIVERY
excess or PERSON WE WANT WA T TO Thousands of patients have endorse endorseTALK endorseljTALK endorseSTALK
VERY
TO us kTTN9W NOW V WE w WANT TO CURE CUREvttTX CUR CURWe CUREWe
TALK vttTX skill In n curing X hOU ° OU U with the distinct understanding understandingCHRONIC underntandfnCHRONIC understandingCHRONIC
We have proven our lIs lng t at we will not demand a FEE until untilmany untilmany
puillsiing
CHRONIC CHRONIChome diseases testimonlalJ by pu from e cure ure you This applies to Lost Losthome 1othome
many voluntary ood Seminal Weakne eakness = s Sperm Spermand Spermad
home people peopleand glvlnb names pictureS torrhoea orr oea Gonorrfio < > a Syphilis S phms Van Varlcocele VarIcocele Vancocele
and d addresses addressesVE cocele Diseases of the > Prostate Gland GlandUnnatural GlandCANT GlandE
CANT PUBLISH OUR CURES CURESIN Unnatural Losses Contracted DiSsv DiSsvorders Di DiIN oo ooIN
VE E DISEASES DISEASESBecause orders Stricture etc tc Contagious ContagiousBlood ContagloulBlood ContaglouaBlood
IN PRIVATE Blood Poison and all WEAKNESSES WEAKNESSESof WEAKNE8S1Uecause WEAKNESSICSilecause
It t would betray confidence confidenceHence of men menOFFICE menHence menHence
Because we have to prove our skill in inthis OFFICE HOURS 9 a m to tothis 5 p m mEvenlngs Inthis
Hence class of troubles In another wave wavThis Evenlngs Evenln 7 to S Sundays and Hell Holidavs HollThis HellThis
this davs da 10 a m to 12 12EXPERT 12ORS 12DRS
This is our plan
DRS SHORES SHORESTr SHORES EXPERT SPECIALISTSALT SPECIALISTS
249 49 SOUTH Tr Tr MAIN A fvT CPl STREET > Ult1 SALT 5 TAK a CITY lTY UTAH TJTAHIn IJTAHL1
L1
In the springtime most people need needa n na T Ta
a tonic A pure wholesome tonic is ishealthful ishealthful ishealthful
healthful and good goo 1 The best tonic toni is isnveil iswll I Iw
nveil w wll n matured whiskey whiske You can eangetlt eangetltan get it itan iti
i iap an 1 allother all other kinds of good liquor llqu r at atThe atRIEGER atRIEGER
RIEGER RIEGER t LINDLEY LIDLEYThe I Ihe
The he Whiskey Merchants MerchantsWest 3IerchantsVest MerchantsWest
West Second South Street Street
HURRIED TO THE PBIHflllLos PBIHflll PSTHOIISE1Los
Los Angeles Racetrack Official OfficialHas OfficialHas OfficialHas
Has Smallpox in Chicago ChicagoWife ChicagoWife ChicagoWife
Wife Also DetainedChicago Detained DetainedCl Detained1Chicago
> Chicago Cl ic go March 22 22Bdward Edward Jasper Jaspera
a wellT lf known race track official is in intheChicago IntheChicago inthe
the theChicago Chicago isolation hospital suffering Suffer Suffering sufferi ¬
ing i g withsmallpox wlth smaJ1pox where whe e he was wastaken wast wasliken
taken t ken today together with wit Mrs 1I Jasper Jas Jasper Jasper ¬
per on their arrival in Chicago from fromLos frombQs fromLs
bQs Los Angeles Angeles Mr Jasper is secretary secretaryof I Iof
of the Los Angeles Jockey club and at atthe atthe atthe
the close of racing at Ascot Park he heandMrs heand
and Mrs Jasper started for Chicago Chicagowhere Chicagowhere
where they have lived for many years yearspiuring yearsDuring ears earsDuring I
During the journey Secretary Jasper Jasperwas JasperJstaken Jasperwastaken
was Jstaken taken sick and was examined by a aphysician aphyicIan
physician phy iclan but his malady was not pro pronounced pronounced pronounced ¬ I
nounced smallpox until he stepped off offthe offthe I Itho
the tho thoe e train here today and was intercept intercepted ¬
ed by officers of the Chicago health de department department dopartment ¬
partment According to the health of officers oflcers ¬ i ificers
ficers Jasper has the disease in a vi virulent virulent 1 1iul ¬
rulent iul nt form rorrn Although there is yet no nosign nosign nosign
sign of the disease having attacked attackedMrs attaeledlIrs attackedMrs
Mrs Jasper Jasnershe she was taken to the iso isolation isorloD isolatiop ¬
lation rloD hospital along with her hus husband husband lineband ¬
band bandMr bandlIr bandMr
Mr Jasper for many years was con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the Chicago Cl icago race tracks tracksin
in an official capacity and Is I known to tohorsemen tohorsemen tohorsemen
horsemen all over the country He and andhlswlfe andhis andhis
hlswlfe his wife intended leaving Chicago this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon for Cincinnati to attend thefuneral the thefuneral thefuneral
funeral ofMrs Jaspers father
NEW MINING SYNDICATE SYNDICATEispecial
4 ispecial Special to The Herald HeraldBoston +
4 4 Boston Massv Mass March iIarch22The iIarch22TheBegol 22The 22 The 4
4 4 Begol Mines syndicate has just justbeen Justbeen +
4 + been organized under the Maine Mainelaws Mainelaws +
4 + laws to operate In the new gold old oldmlning 4 +
4 4 mining district dltrlctof of Nevada The Theproje 4 4
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