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9 IHB BAXJT TvATTTO TETBimX FRIDAY MORSTING, JULY 8, 1901. i
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I j 1 pRS H SPORTING NEWS 1baV j
Spokane Defeated in
Bruyette Makes Doubla Play
, in Ninth Without Assistance.
Tozier Fitches Good Ball and Gets
H Proper Support From His
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. PC.
Spokane W 36 23 .610
1 Dolsc 61 y 2i .oil
Salt Lake 5" 23 54 .101
H Uutto 67 -3 31 .401
H Butte -4, Boiso
H Salt Lake r, Spokane I.
H Today's Games.
H Boise at Butte.
H Spokane at Salt Lake.
The dying rally of Rcllly's braves In tho
eighth Inning at Walker's yesterday could
H not stem the tide of defeat, even though
ihe plucky Rcdaklns by dint of hard alug
Ting tied the score. Glmlln's Eld era cumo
1 right back at them and pinched out tho
winning tolly after two men were gono.
'Warhorse Bill" Hauscn was at second,
where he had gono after driving out a
Hj iwo-aacker to tho left garden. The next
two men perished and Tozier was given
the opportunity to win his own game.
After aevornl feints "Toz" Bmashod the
B horsehido squarely on tho nose, lining out
nc to tho right Held. Hanson had to
B travel some, but ho covered tho ground
Mho a quarter hore, beating Forsyth's
'hrow by a safo margin.
Tozier Was in Good Form.
Tozier pitched a steady gomo yesterday,
.Mowing but eight hlta and keeping them
KUfflclcntly well scattered" to prevent the
Indians from doing much damage. Ills
Fupnort was not bad, cither, only one cr
ror being chalked up against tho entire
Slder aggregation. Wlllio Damman had
good control and behaved nearly as well
as Tozlar. Ten hits aro charged to him.
Tho Spokane team went to pieces for a
moment In the second Inning, committing
three errors and admitting two runs". Ex
rept on this particular occasion Rellly'a
lluld'cri handled themselves In big league
Bruyetto's Double Unassisted.
The fenturo of tho game was Bruyetto's
i-.-neatlonal double In the ninth Inning.
With a man on second the Salt Lake
shortstop pulled down a difficult fly and
bent tho runner to the bag, thus complct
ng the play without assistance.
Elmer Meredith pitched the opening In
) !ng for tho Saints, but did not feel well,
so retired In favor of Tozier.
Spokane opened hostilities In tho first
Innlmr. Ferris walked. Carney sacrificed
und "Little Bravo" Itockenllcld singled,
fcoring tho run.
Piroworks in tho Second.
Salt Lake blanked rU hr3t, but In tho
necond ilnuscn singled after two men
j had perished. Then somebody drppped a
match among tho fireworks and the pyro
technical display commenced. Stanley at
tempted to cut off Hansen at second, but
H mndo a poor throw and Bill cantered on
to third. Delmas -walked and a moment
later Stanley repeated his former stunt.
Ilockenfleld missed the ball and Hauuen
bcurrled home. Delmas Btartcd for third,
and M unlock attempted to hend htm off.
Ho. loo. mado a wild throw and "Del"
B galloped home.
In the third the Indians scored two mcro
1 tallies, nn error, a double and a base on
nlng Glmlln's aggregation found Dam
man's curves throe different times, two
of which were double Backers. These hits
and a basf on balls netted two tallies,
mtiklng tho score 4-3 In favor of tho
Rellly'o band made a despcrato attempt
to bat out a victory In the eighth, but In
vain. The best they could do was to tlo
the score. In tho samo Inning tho Elders
j rlnched a run, saving tho game, for tho
Indians retired without scoring In tho
Following Is the official score:
All. R. II. PO. A. E.
Ferris, ss 3 2 0 5 2 0
Carney. If 4 1 0 2 0 0
Rockcnflcld, 2b 4 0 2 .1 3 3
Frory, lb 4 0 0 5 0 0
Howlctt. 23 3 1 0 1 C 0
Murdock, cf 4 0 12 0 1
j Stanley, o 4 0 3 3 0 2
Forsythc, rf 4 0 1 3 0 0
Damman, p 4 0 1 0 3 0
Total ,....34 4 8 2t S 0
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Mullor, If 4 0 1 4 0 0
Hnnnlvan, cf ....... 4 0 1 3 0 0
Weed, 3b 4 0 112 1
Olmlln, rf 4 114 0 0
f Clark, lb 4 0 0 4 0 0
llauBCn, c 4 3 3 5 , 0, 0
Delmas, 2b- 2 10 10 0
Rruyntte, as 4 0 1 51 o
Mvredlth, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tozier. p 4 0 2 0 2 0
Total 31 5 10 27 5 1
Score by Innings
Spokane 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 04
j Salt Lake 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 5
Earned runs, Salt Lake 3. Sacrifice hit
Carney. Stolen bases, Glmlln, Hauaon,
Delmas. Isttl on bases, Spokano 7, Suit
Ioko C Banc on balls, off Meredith 1, off
Tozier, 3, off Damman 2. Two-bnse bits,
Rockcnlleld,. Hannlvan. Glmlln, Hausen.
1 Doublo play. Bruyette. Hit by pitched
ball. Delmas. Struck out, by Taxler 2, by
Damman. 2. Time of game, 13S. Umplro.
H. Vt ard. Attendance, 30.
EUREKA BALL TEAM HAS
TWO GAMES SCHEDULED
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, July 7. Manager Shoutz of
the Eureka ball team hax about com
pleted arrangements for a game with the
reorganized Kelth-O'Brlon team of Salt
Lake for next Sundny on tho local grounds
for 5100 a side. This aggregation has been
strengthened considerably recently and
the gn me will b an Interesting on On
July 17 the local team will play the Wood
mt'ii of tho World team from Salt Lake.
The local fans arc anxious to back the
Eureka team agnlnst the Park City nine,
but tho latter doea not appear to bo over
onxloun to go up against tho sturdy min
ers from this place. Out of the nine games
played this season tho Eureka team hae
lost but three and they have played with
only tho fastest amateur teams In the
If tho Parkltcs are in anyway anxious
for a game they will accept tho challenge
of the local team to play hero some time
during tho present month for J300 a side,
or oven a lnrger sldo bet.
Arthur Chivrell. the Evanston pitcher. Is
vlBltlng nt his home here for a fow days.
Chlvroll has been pitching professional
ball this season, and Is also batting
Standing- of tho Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
Boston 65 43 22 .032
New York 01 12 22 .C9J
Detroit (53 3S 2u ,&3
Chicago 63 40 20 .570
Cleveland 00 31 29 .501
Philadelphia .. 03 32 31 .601
St. Louis 00 27 33 .450
Washington Ct U 53 .172
New York, 1; .Boston, 4.
Philadelphia-Washington game post
St. Louis. 0; Chicago, 1.
Cleveland. 4; Detroit, 2.
Boston at Xow York.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Chicago at St. Louis. " I
Washington at Philadelphia.
Cleveland, 4; Detroit, 2.
CLEVELAND, July 7.-Clcveland won a
pitchers' buttle from Detroit today, both
Mullln and Joss pitching strongly. Attend
ance, 1&C0. Score:
R. H. E.
Cloveland- 200 Oil OOx 4 5 0
Detroit 0 003 020 2 7 3
v Batteries Joss and Bcmls; Mullln and!
St. Louis, O; Chicago, 1.
ST. LOUIS, July 7. Chicago dofeated
St. Louis here today. Two bases on balls
and a hit gavo Chicago their only tally In
tho fourth Inning. Attendance, 1S03. Scoro:
R. II. E.
St Louis 000 000 000 0 i 0
Chicago COO 10) 000 111
Batteries Sudhoff and Sugdcn; Owen
New York, 1; Boston, 4.
NEW YORK, July 7. After pitching
fourteen ntrniffht winning games Chcsbro
of New York succumbed to Gibson of
Boston today. Attendance, 1600. Score:
R. II. E.
New York 000 IfX) 000 1 5 2
Boston 0M021 010 4 D 2
' Batteries Chc3bro and McGulrc; Gibson
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Seattle, 12; Oakland, 7.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 7. With a total
of eighteen hits Seattle had no trouble
defeating Oakland today. Adams pitched
a steady and effcctlvo game except tho
first and last Innings. Schmidt was
knocked out of the box and Cooper, who
took his place, fared Just as badly. Score:
R, II. E.
Seattle 211 023 12112 IS 0
Oakland..... 2C0 020 003 7 It 3
Batteries Williams. Wilson and Lewis;
Schmidt, Cooper and Byrne. Umpire
Tacoma, 4; San Francisco, 7.
TACOMA. Wash., July 7. Tncoma's er
rors In tho fifth and sixth innings today
vero costly and St. Vraln lost his nerve,
San Francisco winning with case. Score:
R. H. E.
San Francisco 000 033 Oil 7 10 1
Tacoma 100 011 010 4 12 G
Batteries Barber and Leahy; St. Vraln
and Graham. Umpires McCarthy and
Portland, 6; Los Angeles, 8.
PORTLAND, Or., July 7. While both
pitchers were hit hard In tho game today
between Portland and Los Angeles, thoso
off Iberg were badly bunched. Newton
was liberal with doubles and triples, but
he generally retired tho aide without al
lowing a score. Roach pitched for Iberg
la the ninth. Attendance, 35(0. Score:
R. II. E.
Portland 200 002 110 6 12 2
Lbs Angeles 021 000 200 3 10 2
Batteries Iberg. Roach and Steelman;
Newton and Spies. Umpire Brown.
" MINERS EASV
MARK FOR BOISE
fruit Pickers Take
Elsey's Bad Throw Respon
sible for Two of Vis
Thompson, for the Boiso Crowd,
Kept His Hits Very Well
Special to The Tribune.
BUTTE. Mont., July 7. Bandelln was
easy for Boiso today and nine hits were
picked up, when tho Miners' slab artist
was called In In the seventh Inning. Ban
delln also Issued four passes, besides
soaking Thompson In tho ribs with the
ball. Thompson for the babes kept his
hits scattered where they would do the
.least damage. The Miners opened up on
him for a while In tho sixth Inning, but
though a couple of tallies wero secured
the fireworks played ouL The Miners wero
unable at any stage to work him for
transportation to first. Elsey mado a
couple of bad thrown to first sack that
wero responsible for a couplo of tho vis
itors runs. Outside of this the homo team
played errorless ball.
McCloskey did so well In right Hold In
the first game that lie thought that he
would taku a shy at playing first.
Boise started the ball rolling In tho
third Inning. Babbitt drew four wldo ones
and stole second and Buck Weaver caught
one for three bags. Kellackey cracked out
a slnghvnd Buck wandered home. O'Con
nell wat safe on first on a fielder's choice
which retired Kellackey. O'Connell went
to second on a wild pitch and stretched
homo when Iloutz banged the leather for
a slnglo. Tho Miners started to scoro In
their half of tho third. McIIalo pounded
the sphere Into right Hold and It bounded
away from Iloutz and Mcllale reached
The home team nearly evened up tho
score In their half of the sixth inning.
Runklc singled and stolo second. Shaffer
cracked a two-baso hit which scored Run
klc. Elaey then singled. Elsey and Shaf
fer then engineered a double steal which
scored Shatrer. In tho seventh inning
Iloutz opened tho meeting with a two
bagger and scored on Flannery's single.
Flannory got to Bocond on a passed ball
and McCloskey secured u single Thomp
son lilt Olio (r Tsls(v whn thrpu- wllil In
Shaffer. Flannery and McCloskey scored
on the throw. Weaver tried to seo If El
sey could repeat the trick and sent one
down to him. Elsey threw low to Shaffer,
but that Individual recovered the ball In
tlmo to nab Thompson, who was trying
to steal home.
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Runklo 4 12 13 0
Lally. If .: -10 1 2 0 0
Ward. 2b I 0 0 n 1 0
Shaffer, lb 4 117 2 0
Elsey, 3b 10 1 3 0 2
Swindells, rf 10 110 0
McIIalo, cf -4 1- - l 2 0 0
Spencer, c -1 1 1 S 1 0
Bandelln, p 2 0 0 0 .1 0
Sporor, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Vaablnder, 1 0 0 0 0 0
Total ,.3G l - S 27 10 2
Vasblnder batter for Sporcr.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Weaver. If ."1 .112 0 0
Kellacky. c 4 0 17 10
O'Connoll. 2b 5 13 3 GO
Houtz, rf 5 13 0 0 0
Flannory, cf S 1 2 4 0 1
Hammond, 3b ....... 3 10 12 0
McCloskey, 3b I 1 2 0 0 0
Babbitt, hs 2 1 0 3 2 1
Thompson, p 4 0 0 0 1 1
Totals 3J .7 12 27 12 2
Scora by Innings:
Butto 0 100021004
Boise .0 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 07
Summary Earned runs, Butte 4, Boiso
2. First base on errors. Butte 2, Boise 2.
Sacrifice hits, Weaver. McCloskey. Bab
bitt. Stolen bases; Babbitt. Runklo 3.
Swindells. Elsey. Shaffer. Two-baso hits,
Shaffer, Spencer, Iloutz, Three-base hit.
Weaver. Home runs. McHalo. Left on
v Standing of tho Clubs.
v. , P. W. L. P.C.
New lorlc 05 4S IS .757
Chicago ai 30 36 .fiftO
p ttsburg, 01 at 26 .m
Cincinnati 01 jj 575
St. Louis 60 3 .fi$7
Brooklyn on t 31
Boston C7 25 41 .3J3
Philadelphia C3 17 16 .270
Flttsburg-Chlcago game postponed; rain.
Now York at St Louis.
Boston at Pittsburg.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Colorado Springs, 7; Denver, 4.
COLORADO SPRTNGS, July 7.-Denver
was easy for tho locals today. Ilostctter
Pitched good ball, but errors behind him
lost tho game. Scoro;
R H T5
Colorado Springs ....100 410 10 7 10 0
Denver Ml 002.000 4 0 2
Batteries Villoman and Baerwald; Hos
lettcr and Lucia.
Hain Postpones Game.
SIOUX CITY. la.. July 7.-Sloux Cltv
St. Joseph game postponed; rain.
At Kansas City Kansas Clty-Indlanapo-IIs
gnmc postponed; rain.
At Milwaukee First game, Mllwaukoo 4,
Toledo 1; second gome, Milwaukee 2, Tole
At J.TInneapolls Minneapolis 2, Louis
At St. Paul St. Paul C, Columbus 0.
Scholes Wins Final Race.
HENLEY. July 7, Lieut. Scholes of tho
Don Rowing club of Toronto, beat A. D
Cloutte of tho London Rowing club In tho
final heat of tho race for the diamond
sculls. In tho final for the Stewards cup
Third Trinity, Cambridge, beat tho Win
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return ?42.60
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis 50.00
SL Louis and return via Chicago 50.00
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Limit GO days. Transit limit 10 days
in each direction.
Tickets on svale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. Stop-overs allowed.
BRUCE GORDON KING3LEY
GIVES ORGAN RECITAL
Bruce Gordon Kingsloy, lUus. Bach.,
A. G. O., of London, was In the city
yesterday on his way to the coast, and
gave a magnificent recital at tho Tab
ernacle in the afternoon, In place of the
regular recital by Sir. McClellan. While
the audience was not a lurge one, It
was an enthusiastic one, and appre
ciated fully the splendid work done
by Mr. Klngsley. The great organist
was more than pleased with the Taber
nacle organ, and delighted to have the
oportunity of playing upon It. Among:
the numbers given were the "Concerto
In B fiat, first movement (Handel);
Aria from "Orchestral Suite" (Bach);
the Prelude by Rachmaninoff; "Valse
de la Drehee" (Tschalkowsky): closing
the programme with the splendid over
ture to "Die Melsterslngcr." After the
regular recital Mr. Klngsley favored
a few friends of Mr. McClellan who re
mained with several additional organ
numbers, and had the pleasure of hear
ing Fred Graham's line tenor voice In
two or three solos.
PR0V0 CANYON AND RETURN
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, July 10.
Cool canyon breezes; Ideal surround
ings; trout and chicken dinners at Up
per Falls Resort. Leave Salt Lake S:00
a. m. Returning, leavo Upper Falls
3:10 p. m. and 9:00 p. m.
bases, Boise 10, Butte 4. Hits, off Bande
lln 9. 01T Sporor 3. Bases on balls, oft
Bandelln 4. ofT Sporor 1. Hit by pitched
ball, Thompson. Struck out. by Bandelln
3. by Sporer 1, by Thompson 0. Wild pitch
es, Bandelln. Sporer. Passed balls, Spen
cer. Timo of game, 2:15. Attendance. SCO.
FAST MOTORS MEET
AT SAUCER TONIGHT
Earl Stale- and Ed Heagrn will rida
& match motor nice at the saucer track
torJght for a sUl bt of 3C0. StaJey was
recently defeated by Honrren. owing to
an accident to hid motor, but he has
wagered 3?0Q that ther will be a differ
ent finish this evening.
Both motQpj wer given a workout ye
terday afternoon and each machine reeled
off miles In 1:16 without difficulty. Both
motors aro capable of traveling Mveral
seconds faster and th contest tonight will
be largely one of nrv. Tim in&cblnee
are quite evenly matchwl and th rider
who can pilot his motor bnt will win.
In addition to tho motor race there will
bo tho usuul handicap and opu sprint
Today's Entries at Harlem.
Special to Tho Tribune,
CHICAGO. July 7. Following are th
entries for Harlem tomorrow:
First race, five and a. half furlongs. selling-Avon
104 Bert Osra 101
Jade 102Dlxelle 102
Green Gown 102 Bonebrako .. .... J0
Lady Laca 97 Gallant Casslo ...ICS
GIrdlestono s,.. 100 Swift and True..l07
Anona 97 No Trumpcr 102
Judge Saufiey ....lOODIxo Lid 110
Raymond 105 Moorish Damsel. .102
Second raco, handicap, Stceplechaso,
Creolln .. 142John E. Owen ....132
Montanlc 144 Allediance 116
Handvico 143 Cardigan ......154
Golden Link 146 Fullback AS)
Loo Planter 115
Third race, mile and eighty yards, sell
ing Falernlan 103 Soufriere .. ......102
I a-I ma .. ..........105 Foresight IftJ
Alma Dufour KG Woods Prry ....06
Jerry Lynch 100 Klein wood 103
Fourth race, five furlongs
Cigarllghtcr .. . .103 Eckstein 100
Blanche S 101 Saulsborry 10fl
Regnle 100 Florenino 107
Tho Pet 101 Broadway Girl ..104
Free Flold Coun.108
Fifth raco, one mile
Rabunta .' 110 Wings KO
The Lady 15 Don't Wvk Me.... S6
Annora J SG Peter J. Somers..l00
Longmore 103 Hudson 103
Prlnco Silver King Ellsworth. .100
Sixth raco, mile and seventy yards, sell
ing Frcoslas 93 Louis Krafts ....103
Fair Allen OS Ryo Vale 96
Edward Hale ....107 Great Eastern ... M
Durbar ...98 Brand New 1C0
Weather cloudy and track heavy.
To Provo Canyon, Via D. & R. G.
Leave Salt Lake Saturday 5:00 p. in.
Reluming, leave Upper Falls 3:10 p. m.
and 9:00 p. m Sunday, or 3:10 p. m.
Monday. $2.00 for round trip. Take
your family to Upper Falls report, the
prettiest place In Utah. First-class
meals; trout and chicken dinners.
Via D. & R, G. R. R., July 10.
Fare, $1.25 for the round trip. Leave
Salt Lake 8:00 a. m. Good fishing; hot
and cold baths; baseball and other
amusements. First-class hotel accom
modations; everything remodeled.
Annual Outing of the G. A. R.
The old soldiers will have their out
ing this year on Mondai', July IS, nt
the Lagoon, and will entertain the pub
lic with baked beans. There will be
foot and boat racen. baseball, music and
dancing. The Blade Hawk and Span
ish war veterans always Join the G. A.
11. on these occasions. They are al
ways popular and no doubt will require
special trains to accommodate the large
numbers which will attend.
EXCURSION TO LOGAN.
Via Oregon Short Line. Round trip
only $2.50. Leave Salt Lake 11:00 a.m.
Leave Logan returning-, C:00 p. m. of
Slayer of Mrs, Moore
Body of Herbert Haywood Is Found
in a Born Near Scene of
Special to The Tribune.
' BOISE, Ida., July 7. Herbert Hay
ward, who last night shot Mrs. Alice
Moore, committed suicide after the
shooting. His body was found during
the night In a barn a few bloclcs from
tho scene of the shooting. He had fired
a shot through his head. The woman Is
living and seems to have some chance
TRACK, SHOP AND OFFICII
RIO GRANDE PLANS
The Salt Lake Route and the Rio
Grande company have got together on
an agreement to build and maintain a
union station at Provo and tho mat
ter of franchises will no doubt bo
brought before the council of that city
at an early day.
The Rio Grande has also decided to
complete the arrangements for its ter
minal here and this is one of the mat
ters to be taken up at once by the new
management. The old plan Included a
power house with new shop as well as
a dopot. The mechanical plant will go
as heretofore detailed, but It Is a ques
tion whether the old union station site
on Fourth West nnd Third South will
be utilized or a fine new stntlon erected
somewhere near the present depot. At
any rate, the Rio Grando la going to
have a good station In this city and tho
work is going to be hastened.
SHORT LINE WORK
IN NORTH SALT LAKE
The Oregon Short Line Is going right
ahead with Its work of getting up the
new round house nt North Salt Lake
which Is the first step in the comple
tion of Its local terminal and the erec
tion of the union station for it and the
Salt Lake Route. Nearly all the brick
necessary for the round house Is on the
ground as well as other material and
the work of construction will soon be
well under way. As has already been
stated, nothing can be done toward
building the station until the round
house Is up and tho mechanical de
partment can begin to move out to the
FUTURE. WORK ON
CITY TROLLEY LINES
Now that the Hon. A. W. McCune Is
at homo. It Is likely that tho Utah
Light .fc Railway Co., of which he Is
one of the heavy stockholders, will map
out a plan of campaign for the possible
extensions to the system needed In the
near future to benefit the service as
well as to simplify matters. There are
many things under consideration, but
until the board can act upon the sug
gestions there will be no announcements
It Is probable, however, that this mat
ter will be settled in the very near future.
Saturday, July 5th, via O. S. L. Round
trip J2.50. Special train leaves S, L.
11:00 a: m.; returning, loavos Logan 6:00
p. m. of the 10th. '
Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At all gro
cers and first-class restaurants.
Proud of Utah ,
Exhibit i Fair
Rulon S. Wells Declares Mining
Showing at the Exposition Is
Special to Tho Trlbun.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. July 12-An official
bulletin Issued tonlght'by the World's fair
press bureau says: "The memberH of the
City Council -of Salt Lake, who are visit
ing the exposition, a pent tho day inspect
ing several departments of the city gov
ernment of St. Louis. In praise of the
exposition each member of the party can
not sneak too enthusiastically.
"This is certainly a marvelous exposi
tion." said R. S. Wells, "and each one of
us will return to our Stato a pronounced
World's fair boomer.
"W are especially proud of the show
ing made by Utah In the exhibit palaces.
Our mining, agricultural and educational
displays 'are equal to that made byf&ny
State. As a matter of fnct. we believe our
mining display Is unequaled by any other
State exhibit, and we believe the same of
our agricultural display."
NEW YORK. July 7. The annual meet
ing of the stockholders of the Northern
Pacific railway was to have been held to
day, but another adjournment for one
week was taken.
NEW ROUTE 1
INTO THIS Crl
Oregon Short Lino Railroad Plana x
Build From Buena. Vista H
When tho through train service to L
Angeles la Inaugurated tho trains ovm
tho Salt Lake route will not run on Soutl
Templo street. The Oregon Short Llni
has a plan In viow which will mean a
entirely new line from Bucnna Vista t
a point near tho local cement works
wha a turn will bo made Into Thin
Wast etrect and thenco to the dopot om
South Temple. 5f
This will bo made necessary by the faoj
that It would bo Impracticable to ruit
trains In from the South Tcranlo end an
turn them as at pronont, rvf tho new UnS
will bo built for tho uso 6t iw L05 An
gclea trains only. mi
It will ta a straight ahoot from Buen3
Vlatn, and the curvo Into Third West caiS
be quite readily accomplished. TMa will
bring tho train? alongside the nw atatlotu
and tlicy will head out for the Houth th
samo way. It will be a great chang
from tho present arrangement?, but i
great convenience In every way. fc.'
The trains of the Salt Lnko route now
have to back in and out of the Short Line,
The new lino will mean about three ot
four miles of a fine piece of track. m
ON C. M. STEBBIgS
The Telegraph Age. In Its latest Is
sue, speaks In the highest terms of the
late Charles M. Stebblns. who recently
died In Gonnany, and who hnd rela
tives and friends in this region. TKe
paper also gives n sketch of his life
and some Interesting anecdotes of his
Railroad Notes. w
Vice President Bancroft and party were
nt Shoihono yesterday. to
Traffic Manager Schumacher Is out of
tho city on a short buslnesa trip. V
President David TI. Moffat denies that)
hlH road is In with tho Western Pacific or
with Gould. j
The street railway was yesterday rS
building its curves on Seventh South and
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AT THE HOTELS.
The Cullen. M
Among yoatorday's arrivals at the Cufl
Ion were: J. A. Richardson. Sldnoy Reeves!
Courier J. Johnson, L M. Peterson, Boise?
Ida.; W. J. Pilling, II. V. Tuechob. Waal?!
Ington; D. C; L. Johnson. Lask. Wyqft
Emma Lamb; Howard Cox. Vlects, Kasfjl
Gertrude E. Mcranda. Dea Molncs.
Anna B. Greenleaf. Den Molncs, la.; Pretll
Hlllman, Ogden; William D. Livingston
Mantl; II. D. Dalmpln. Montpeltar, Idalii
F. H. Alkln and wife. Dig Junction;
Colo.- A. H. Weymouth anil wife, Gunnl
son, Utah; A. Sommers, Gunnison, Utah!
B. K. Loot, New York: Charles C Nelson;
Washington: John Jackson. Oeorgo LIp
pert, Pocatello; May Evans. Farralngtori!
Conforonco of Iron Workors Called.
NEW YORK. July 7. Frank Bucha'j
nan, president of the Bridge and Struck
tural Iron Workers, after talking with
prominent labor leaders, bus leaned a
statement calling for a conference rcj
gardlng tho deportation of miners from
tho Colorado fields. Just what It Is
proposed to do In the matter Is noi
NATURE SPARES jl
Tho Striclcen Rose From Grief, j
uANat.ua. rt-unato provision of nature
I i3' . that. dcPrlvwi the rvse ci Xi.ntal
cufrerlng; for now poignant would be Iti
grief to discover, in itie heigat of Iti
blooming glory, that a canker fed at its
heart, and that its beauty and frajrrar.ee
woro doomed forcvur. Naturo always
pares tho aufferlns: ihe Is a veritable
storehouso of pleaslnc rewards, for thosS
railing hair and graynetm hive cost i
w"r lh VF "t aoutandi of
joung women, but thanks ty 'he InvesU-
d?i XfnflC,lcnl,sts ,lh ,n of hair
destruction is now known to bo a crm
HCl?iiravtVi,ltt? bu,rrow Into the hair foU
tfrov- f,cwbron Herplcldr ab.olutely d!
t Sow n'S 5erm' t.hufl P'rn"lnK the hair
to grow as naturo intended. Sold by lead-1
MuSi Herykdo Co., DqUu'
!im 1 1 I'UM'll ibiiiiii 1 ipiuiiu,atsH
news EVER SPREAD BEFORE Yffl HERE OR ELSEWHERE
Just think of it ! More than two months of hot weather before us, and the very clothes you need for that period
to be had at figures that hardiy approach the original cost to manufacture them. Ss it any wonder that people
are so enthused? Can anybody who knows the value of good clothes withstand such appalling offers? :
Straw Hats, Light Outing Suits, Negligee Shirts, Light Underwear and other hot weather wearables at demolished prices j
before the season for them has fairly started. Surely you will not allow them to pass without procuring your share.
Supply your present, and W W Jk 1FfljJS 1fl ONE PRICE. !;
future needs while the J f JftJUi llMX 136-138 Main St. j
cost is so small. the quality .thpr , I