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jj TflJ3 SiUiT JLAKB TIHBTTE TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 19, 390.MA
I the Butchers' Workmen's union, John
Floersch, secretary of the Packing
Trades council, and rhlllp Murphy,
champion butcher of the world," re
cently employed by Swift & Co., he will
start a small packing-house, where un
ion butchers may secure supplies at
prices which will enable strikers to pur
chase meal without contributing to the
profits of the big concerns. Cattle and
hogs have alrehdy been borught, Presi
dent Donnelly asserted, the plunt se
- c ured and operations are expected to
t begin tomorrow;. .
.Teamsters May Strike!
A special meeting of. the Packing
house Toainsters' union will be held
"Wednesday night to determine whether
or not the driverS will quit work. The
teamsters today protested against sev
eral of the companies endeavoring to
have the teamsters haul supplies for
About the Packing Plants.
The operating, forces of .the blg.plants
approximated about half the normal to
day, according to reports given out.
All did a great deal of killing, It was
claimed. Armour slaughtering cattle at
the rate of 110 an hour, and Nelson Mor
ris & Co., with 1S0O men at work,
slaughtering. 120. Swift & Co. were said
. to have 1600 men In their plant, killing
100 cattle and 150 hogs an, hour. All the
departments were asserted to have been
I KANSAS CITY SHIPMENTS.
Packers. Begin., to Ship Products, in
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July. IS. Pack
ers today began to ship liberally. At
all the five lcadlpg plants" It was as
serted that a big addition to their forces
had been made over Sunday and that
the output had been Increased.
The receipts at the yards today, had
reached almost the normal stage.
The strikers say they continue to
make accessions, tp their ranks. Appar
ently both sides have settled down to a
I MAY CAUSE TROUBLE.
, f Injunction Likely to Result in War in
East St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July. IS. The effect
of the. injunction Issued by the St. Clair
County Circuit court,, Belleville, 111., re-
straining the. striking butchers and
meat cutters from Interfering' with the
operation of the East SI Louis packing
houses or tho non-union men employed
by them, 1ms served to Intensify the
' The strikers have taken It to mean
i that the packers have determined to
operate their plants at once with large
forces of nonunion men, and the pick
ets have, been increased in tho vicinity
of the packing-houses.
The situation In St. Louis is practi
cally unchanged. The price of meat
opened today with a slight Increase
over the closing quotations of Saturday.
I. OUTDOOR KINDERGARTEN.
Salvation Army Has Plan for Little
1 ' Staff Capt. Dale of the Salvation Army
expects to have in operation in a very
few days the free outdoor kindergarten
which ho Is establishing on a tract oC
ground near Liberty park. His Idea is to
eontlnuo the work done by the free kin
dergarten during the regular school term.
The plan contemplates tho training of the
hlldren of tho poor In a systematic meth
od of primary education, combined with
pleasant recreation for (he little ones,
who will meet In class work every day
-and have plenty of time for outdoor
sports under the supervision of a compe
tent corps of Instructors. The playground
provided Includes a baseball diamond, a
handball court and other spaces for mild
athletics. Twice a week the children will
Joe taken for a straw ride through the city
-and country, and on their return will bo
treated to a delightful lunch, the ncces
.tnry articles having been pledged by
.dairymen, grocers and others
This is the fourth jear of free, kinder
garten work in the city, with increasing
Jtrterest and success each year, and It la
believed that the summer Outdoor feature
by the Salvation Army will be highly ap
T reclated- The work Is under the super
vision of tho follpwlng ladlps. Mrs. L. E
Hall, president; Mrs. Selden Clawson.
vice-president; Mrs. Elmer B. Jones, sec
retary, Mrs. Simon Bamberger, Mrs. J.
M. Dart, Mrs. Sol Slcgel. Mrs. Bvron
fummlngs, Mrs. H. S. Young, Mrs E V.
Silver. Mrs. G. M. Bacon, Mrs. Waldcmar
Van Cctt. Miss Mary C May. Mr;. W S
.McCornick, Mrs. Franklin S. Rlchurds and
Mrs. F. R. Vincent,
Hj INDIAN HEADS SUBSCRIPTION
Hi Eirst to Give Money for-New Presby-
Special to The Tribune.
KOSS FORK, Ida., July IS. Hubort
Tetoby, a full-blooded Bannock Indian,
has the distinction of being tho first to
subscribe money for tho now Presby
lerian church to bo erected in Pocatello,
Tetoby attended the recent meetings of
that church held In PocateHo as a del
egate from tho mission carried on, by
Miss Amelia Frost, here on tho'roser
vatibn, and when subscriptions were
asked for he was the first heading the
list with 55. Seventeen years ago when
HL Nss Frost opened the Presbyterian
mission on the reservation, he was
Hj what Is termed yld Indian who qould
not speak English. Today he can read
Hi The building put up for the American
Falls Power. Light & Water Co.. which
H' naa lne contract for lighting the new
i Government school-buildings, has been
completed. The company expects to
t!lko Ul Power from wires that, run
directly through here to Blackfoot, arid
which carry- a voltage of 30,000, reduc
ing this to 110 volts by a set of two
transmitters, which are already on the
grounds and will bo Installed at onco
' E. P. Gardner of the Salt Lake Elec-
L trlcal Supply,company has the contract
tor wiring the. school buildings, and
( other Government properties here, and
expects to have everything ready for
turning on the current in three weeks
I ' Iss E. Reel, general superintendent
of Indian schools, who 1h here making
l i an inspection of both the old and the
, new school plants, expresses hersqlf as
pleased with the work done here among
the Indian children, and thinks that
with the jfame amount of energy djs
played by the employees and ,the far
bettor facilities of the now plant, It
could not be Improved upon. She is
strongly in favor of reservation schools
io bring out thii best there la in the
Miss. Reel expect to leave hero In a
few days, for a trip, through Yellowstone
park, to inspect some of the Govern
ment Indian schools along the Pacific
Every Itching disease of thp. skin
nulcldy cured by1
Never falling remedy for Itching
At any drug store.
pit s noteFbFwirb. 1
i OAKLAND, Cal.. July IS.-TI1.I body
of the man found in tho Piedmont bills
on- Saturday by J. W. Chard has been
identified as that of Dr. C. P. Hill, of
Lo.h Angolott. Ie Is believed to have
Ol TAMA, Neb., July 18. The various
local plants pave out the. statement that
they wore killing hogs, cattle and sheep
on a small scale and.woro In much bet
ter condition than slnqe. thp strike began..
Things continue peaceable.
NEW YORK, July IS, Owlnr o tho
agreement among the 3009 tcnshor uei
dcalera of this city that they buy no
more, beef until high prices created by
the strike shall have again become nor
mal, all but ten Kosher shops ufo re
OAKLAND, Cal . July IS. The big rall-v
road ferry boat Solan, which for nearly
thirty years curried the Southern Pa
nne passengers on tne uguou nnu
Sh:u)la routes across tho utrults of Car
(itilucz, leiween Port Costa and Bciilcla,
Is to be taken off that run and com
NEW YORK, July IS. A memorial
mass meoting lias, been held by tho Zion
ist council of Greater New York, at Car
negie hall, in honor of Dr. Theodore
I-Ioral, the dead leader of the Zionist
NEW YORK. July IS. A game of base
ball between a Now Rochcllc team and
one from Tuckahoe. for the churoplon
ship of "Ve3tchcstcr county, has re
miUod In a freo light. At least 1000 spec
tators Joined in the mclce. which -lasted
a quarter of an hour, and several "nen
were qulto badly Injured.
TRUCKEE. Cal., July IS. T. B. Walker J
of Oakland disappeared three day ago '
and is supposed to have been, drowned,
lie wa.s fishing nenr Mystic and his hat
was found on tho river bank. Falling t,
return to camp, his two soiis organized
a party and have searched the river ever
OAKLAND, Cal.. July IS.JIon. E. 13.
Ewlng, of Jefferson City, Mo., brother-in-law
of United States Senator Cbck
icll. Is lying dangerously III at hfs hotel
htre, suffering from heart fjillure. Mr.
Jvwlng came to California about threo
weeks ago for, his health.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 1?.-Thrpugh
the breaking of . tho cable machines 911
the United States cahlcs.hlp Burrislde
the work of laying the Alaska cable lias
been temporarily delayed. "
SAN FRANCISCO, July IS.-Qcorgo
Hartman. Jr., tho youpg man who wap
Hhot In the arm by Aiigilst Geber last
Sunday morning, when Gcber killed
Charles Hartman and tried to annihilate
the entire Hartman family, Is dead, of
lockjaw, caused by blood poisoning re
sulting from the wound.
WASHINGTON, July IS. The insular
"iHi'.iu ui iiiu win uuim lutein, ityuuj is
sued a circular Inviting proposals for the
sale of J3.O00.0OO of Phlllpplno 4 per cent
bonds. Tho proceeds to be applied to
tho retirement of the outstanding $3,000,.
C00 of Philippine bonds.
ESOPUS, N, Y July 18. John W. Kprn,
of Indianapolis, who wag the guest of
Judge Parker at Rosemont slnco Satur
day, embarked on the steamer Mary
Powell from Kingston yesterday, on
which he traveled tp New York.
ESOPUS. N. Y.. July IS. Among tho
telegrams received by Judge Parker to
day was one from Champ Clark, perma
nent chairman of the St Louis" conven
tion, who sent his congratulations.
WASHINGTON, July ls'-Thc authori
ties are viewing, with equanimity tho ac
tions of tho Russian privateers in the
Red sea It is. said that there Is little
chance of America becoming Involved, bo
cause few American vessels pass through
the Red sea . and tho Suez canal.
f HAPPENINGS ABROAD f
M--H M t H H M M t H
PARIS, July IS. The removal of MJchacl
Legrave from the commissioner-generalship
for France at the St LouIb exposi
tion apd the appointment of- Alfred. Plck
ard, formerly coinmlssloncr-genenil of the
Paris exposition, to succeed him. has
brought out strong protests from influen
BERLIN, July IS. Some Irritation finds
expression In tho newspapers here, be
cause tho management Of tho St. IkhiIs
exposition declines to bear tho expense of
tho Internationa Jurymen.
ADGSHAKENT. Government of Ellza
bcthpol, Julj IS. Thq assassination yester
day evening of Vlce-Gov. Andrlcff of
Eiiznbthpol occurred in a frequented
thqroUghfare. The murderer, whq tired six
bullets into Audrlpffjs, back, escaped.
ST. PETERSBURG, July lS-Gonoral
public satisfaction Is expressed over the
dpcl3lon of tho Admiralty to pntrol the
Red sea, for the purpose or Intercepting
contraband of -war-destined for, Japan. As
yet, however, the papers do not discuss
ADEN, Arabia, July 18, The British
steamer Persia was forcibly detained for
an hour In tho Red sea' by the Ruslun
volunteer fleet steamer Smolensk, which
transferred to tho Persia a portion of
Japanese mails seized, on the North Ger
man Lloyd steamer Prlnco Hoinrich
LONDON, July IS. Earl Percy, Under
Secretary for Foreign Affairs. In the
House of Commons today, askod Gen,
Laurie (Conservative-Unionist) to post
pone a question, which, he proposed to aak(
anent the doings of tho Russian volunteer
fleet steamer SL Petersburg in the Red
sea, until Thursday-..
ROME. July 1C The Pope regards the
dissolution of the concordat by France as
absolutely certain. Tho pretext Is that
the- Holy See. before the visit of Proaldent
Lpubct to Rome, called oa Bishop Gray
of Laval to resign. He refused and was
summoned to Rome to answer, tho gravest,
PARIS. July IS. Reports published hero
linn, inn .nurquiM ug vuiavieja nau ooon
killed at Ostend yesterday, at a polo
gamp, proved untrue. He was stunned by
LONDON, July 18. Great Britain in
formed Ruesla at tho beginning of June of
its policy In regard to Thibet, and so long
as no other powers attempted toVintcrv.eno
in tho affairs of Thibet Great Britain
wpuld not attempt clthpr to annejc Thibet
or to establish, a protectorate over that
TIENTSIN, July lS.-Tho steamer Fu
plng. Just arrived hern from Nowchwang,
reports that on July. lt the Japunesc army
was within fifteen miles of that cltv. Tho
officers ,of the Russian gunboat Sivoutch
have saddled horses nlonKsldo", rcadv to
make their cCRpc upon tho approach of
TOKIO. July IS. Tho Jnponean torpedo
: destroyer Hayntorl has captured k Junk
convoying moll from Port Arthur to Chc-
foo. Lottors. dealing with military and
-naval conditions at Port Arthur havo been
seised. Much valuable lnfofmatlou was
contalncl In tho letters.
VALPARAISO, jTTly l$,-6cvcn lives
were lost In the cloudburst .which occurred
iSaiurday. All wcro,, women, drowned In.
-their vr;e3l.dcnccu, ' . -
Standing1, of.-tlie Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
Now York 70 &3 21 .723
Chicago .....74 -!S L'u
Pittsburg ii) -11 2S. .G9t
Cincinnati 1o 11 3L .M7
St. Louis 70 32 M ,.157
Jhgoklyn 71 31, W, .!7
'.wUui 7!) 27 Vj .."2
Philadelphia 72 W f.l .3-11
Pittsburg, 1; New York, 6.
Brooklyn, 5; Cincinnati, C. "
New York at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at Clnelnnntl.
Boston at St. Louis,
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Pittsburg, 1 ; New York; 4.
PITTSBURG. July IS. The, game was
fast and abounded in good, clean fielding.
New York was fortunate enough to bunch
Tilts In the second and sixth, scoring all
of their runs tn those Innings. Attend
ance. -1750, Score:
v R. II. E.
Pittsburg .l.,0OQ 0CO 010 1 G 1
New York 020 QtC-tW-r 4 i 1
Batteries Leever ami Smith; Taylor
Two-base hits, Sebrlng, Smith. Brcsna
han. Bowerman. Three-base hit, Gilbert,
noses on balls, off Lccvcr,2. off Taylor 3.
Struck out, by Leever C, by Taylor L Um
pires, Moran and Otis.
Cincinnati, 6; Brooklyn, 5.
CINCINNATI. July. lS.-Brooklyn made
two rallies In the game, one In the eighth
when Walker was driven off the rubber,
.and the, other In tho ninth, off Kcllum.
Cincinnati won by bunching hits with
Jones'tf bases on. balls. Attendance. 5100.
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 003 020 01 0 9 1
Brooklyn 000 100 031 5 7 1
Batlnrles Walker, Kcllum and Schlel;
Jones and Bergen,
Two-boHC hits; Hugglns 2. Odell. Throc
base hit. S.eymour. Struck out, by AValkcr
3. Umpires, Johpstono and Carpenter"'
I AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
- . n- TL E
Rcslon 7.". 50 25 .W7
Now York 74 47 27 ,C3o
Chicago 73 J5 31 .070
Philadelphia ,...73 41 32 .C62
Detroit. ' ..73 40 St .533
Cleveland 70 34 3tf .4$S
St. Louis 69 30 30 .435
Washington 74 14 GO .ISO
Philadelphia, 5; St. L011I3. I.
Washington, li ChlcaBo, 12.
New York, 4; Detroit, S
Boston, ij Cleveland, 3.
Cleveland at Boston '
Detroit at- New. York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia. 7
Ohlcago at Washington.
New York, 4; Detroit, 8.
NEW YORK. July IS Detroit wop in
the nqventh Inning, Hughes was hit safe
ly three times in ths. inning and forced
in a run on bases on balls. Powell re
lieved hinu S,ovell of Detroit wat: re
lieved In the seventh bv Kllllan. Attend
ance, 25(0. Score;
R. H. E
New York 101 002 000 4 10 3
Detroit ;-, 000 010 502 S S 1
Batteries Stovall, Kllllan and Woods;
Hughes. Powell nnd Klclnow.
Boston, 4; Cleveland, 3.
BOSTON. July IS. Donahue pitched
splendidly today, but bad fielding-"lost
the game. Cleveland tied lp the, first
half of the ninth on an error and two
singles, but. In the last half Boston batted
In ths. winning run. Attendance, SOCO,
R. II. E.
EoBton 003 000 001 4 8 3
Cleveland 101 OOP 001 3 0 ;i
Batteries Tannohlll and Farrell: Don
ahue and Bemls.
St. Louis, 4; Philadelphia, 5.
PHILADELPHIA, July 18 Bender's ef
fective pitching had St, Louis safe at all
stnges of a close game. Three, hits off
Pelty in th; first nattcd three rutis and
Render's triple In the fourth drove In
tw6 more. Attendance. 4C00. Score:
R. U. E:
St Louis QQO 001 3T0 4 7 2
Plilladelphfa 300 200 005" 5 7 1
Batterlcsr-Eelty and.Kahoc; Bender and
Chicago, 12 j VaBjiington,
WASHINGTON, July lS,-Chicago had
a battlpg streak today, defeating. Wash
ington. Jacobsen, who was .In thVb.px fpa
the hornd teaniy was batted heavily, giving
way to,Townsend In the third, who" suf
fered a similar fate. Score; " '
R. H. E.
Chicago 222 OX) .02412 18 1
Washington 003 000ipO 1 0 1
Batterjps Owen, Welsh and MpFarlan:
Jacobaen, T.ownscnd and Klttr.cdgc.
PACIPIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
I ' ;
Standing at.' the-., Clubs.
x ' P. W. L. P.C.
Spokane 69 41 23 .594
Boise 71. 39 Vg2 .549
Butte G7 GO 37 .413
Salt Lake 67 27 40 .403
No, games played,
Denver, 14j Sioux City, 5.
DENVER, July lS.-Sioux City was
outplayed today at ov'ury turn of the
game. Vollendorf's pitching was both
accurate and effective. Score:
R. H. E.
Denver 110 412 ,05' 14 18- 5
S(ou?c .City 100.0W 301 5 S 5
Battterlcs Vollendorf and Lucia; Jar
rqtt and Witrd.
Colprad,o Springs, 5; St. Joseph, 4.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.. July 18.
Colorado Springs won from St. Joseph
again today by the score of 5 to 4. Tho
game wus devoid of features. Score;
R. IL E
Colorado Springs ... .300 010 10 5 10 ' " 0
St. Joseph 020 100 Q10 4 8 3
Batteries Tliprnton and Baerwald
Clark and McConnelj.
, Omaha, 2; Des Moines, 3.
OMAHA, July 18. In a pitchers' con
test today the Pe&.Molnes team won by a
score of 3 to 2. Morrison, for tho visitors
was Invincible. Brown oIbo pitched' a.
good game for the Jocals, but his support
was ratged. Score: ' - ',
' , ' R- H. E.
Dca Moines 000 210.(K 3 7
Omaha ..1)0 000 000 2 5 3
Batteries Morrison and Towne: Brown
AJIERICAN" ASSQ CJATION.
Mlnneanplis Minneapolis S, Toledo 7.
Milwaukee MllWa'ukco 8. Columbus 0
St. Paul St. Paul 7, Indianapolis 7
Ranpas City ICanaaa City I, Louisville 3,
American Schooner "Wins.
DOVER, England. July IS, The yacht
raco today from Dover to Ostend was
won by the Arqcrlcnn schooner yncht In
gomar, owned by Morton F. Plant df New
."York. Tho. Na.vnhoe, ThcwBO.; and 'Val
dera alflOj itarted "
' . . ..-.''
NO VISITORS AT ROSEMONT.
Parker Has a Day of ; Rest From the
ESOPUS, N. Y., July IS. There were
no visitors to Rosemount today, very
little of Interopt appeared In-' the "mail
and nobody had a word, to, say ou.the
subject of politics. Tho day was ex
( Suggestions of, the political, confer
ence in New York appeared in th un
iusual activity of the Judge's tclo"phone
early in the afternoon, "but nothing
could be learned, as to .whom, In? talked
with, nor o the conversation.
Judge Parker declined to ay any
thing about the published story that he
ha,d Invited Charles F. Murphy, leader
of Tammany Hall, to comt- to Roee
nibunt atld that the- latter had declined.
Tliero Ifj good re-.ison, however, to re
gard thp story as devoid of fact. Itls
well undcrs(ood here that Judge Tar
Tcer, Mr. S.hcehan and their friends- have
no wish to affront Mr. Murphy In any
way. It is known that Tammany Jo to
have much more than nominal consid
eration, but there Is no reason to sup-,
pose that apy direct overturoy have yet
gone forth from. Rosemount.
The headquorteif for newspaper, cor
respondents will be- opened, shortly in
the lodge at Rosemount.
Havthovne Entries for Today.
Special to The Tribune.
CHICAGO, July IS. Hawthorne entries
FirBl race, one mile
Sweetie SO Dobrouclc 97
Etylrne !'9,Emily Oliver ..... 99
Ahola HC Ethel Wheat 101
Walriamolnen ....lOl'Fiylng Ship 107
Second race, selling, hIjc furlongs
Seven Oaks flr.iWatermolon 9S
Geranium 100 Redman 100
Circulator 10) Lady. Belalv 101
Volney ,..l(il Singing Master.. .10
Baywood 105 Drngoop 105
Atlantlco 106 Blue Garter 110
Third race, selling, mile and seventy
100 Federal ,....102
St. Hera I02GlorIO6o 102
Mezzo 103EyeJyn Kjnscy ....103.
Celebration 105 Crestfallen : 113
Fourth race, selling, mile nnd seventy
Mullcr ..... 9S Scotsman 100
Bill Mnsslc 102 O Hagen 102
Annu 105 Firing Line 105
llandlcy Cross ...197
Sixth race, four and a half furlongs
Rain' Witch 105 Mary Eleanor. "..'..105
Blanch S 105 EfTIo M 10."
' Atiglcr 10-S Before 10S
. J 1 U. Smith lOSJJUrella 110
Mum 113 Albert Fir 113
Costlgan 113 Blue Bh d ...113
El Otros 118 John Smpleskl ...US
Couple Smith and PIrclla, Miller entry.
Weather clear, truck fast.
CHICAGO, July IS. Hawlhorno sum
mnry: First race, five and a half furlongs
Michael Bjrnes won, Cutter second, Pro
prietor 3 Time, 1(01 3-5,
Second race, seven furlongs Durbar
won, Orfco second, Foresight third. Time,
Third race, mile, premier stakes Tokn
lop won. Miss Crawford second, English
lad third. Time, LI01-3.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth Out-"
come won, Trjpa second, Foncasta third
Fifth race, mile and an eighth Birch
broom won, Blackwolf second, Exclama
tion third. Time, 1:55.
Sixth race, six furlongs Clifton Forge
won. Estrada Palma second, Inventor
third. Time. 1:14 1-5.
Results at Brighton Beach,
NEW YORK, July lS.-Brighton Beach
First raco. selling, mile nnd opo-slx-tponlh
Flamipula won, Monster second,
Seymour third. Time, 1:49 2-5.
Second race, steeplechase, abqut two
miles Opuntla won. Cohiver second. Li
bretto third. Time. 1:31.
Third race, nurse, six furlongs Tor
chcllo won, Agile second, Tramotor third.
Fourth race, the Nautilus stakes, mile
and a furlong Duke of Kendal won. Pos
session second, Sheriff Bell third. Time,
If 55 2-5.
Ffth race, mile and a quarter Spring
won, Lord Badge second, Brfgfth'd third.
Time. 2:07 3-57
Sixth race, selling, Ave and a half fur
longsRubric won, Montlbello second,
Gold-Flcur third. Time, 1:09 2-5.
At St Louis Fair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, July IS Fair grounds sum
mary: First race, five furlongs, purse Lucky
Charm won. Bradwarden second, Fred
Prlcsmcyor third. Time. 1:03.
'Second race, six furlongs, selling R050.
Court won, Bab second. Lady Idrl3 third,
T,hird race, four and a half furlqng.
Zinda won,' Arch Oldhnm second, Gay
Adelaide third. Time, 55' seconds.
Fourth race, mile nnd one-sixteenth',
handicap Just So won, Brancas second.
Falkland third. Time, lM7Vs-
Fifth race, purse, mile Mss Mao Day
.won. Lady Strathmprc; second, Tarna
Fonso third. Time, 1:11.
Sl?ith race, seven 'furlongs, selling Ori
ent won. Trapsotter second, John Dovle
'third Time, P,2S.
Bicycle, Races Tonight.
There will bp sqmc bicycle races at tlic
saucer this evening. The main event of
tho evening will be the two-mile lap han
dicap Ip which twenty professions will
'TwIiiHfftj'r-mlle dash wjll be the speed
iest amajteur raco that has been scheduled
at tile local track this year, and. barring
splla and other accidents, ought to be
Prie, of the moHt spectacular.
Tennis Players to Meet.
A meeting of the lawn tennis plavcrs of
tho State of Utah will be held at Mr Sal
isbury's house. 571 East First South street
Salt Lake City, on "Thursday evening, July
21, at S o'clock, to make arrangements for
the State tournaments for championships
Ip both.'slngles and dopbles. All players
will bo cordially welcomed at tho meeting
Any player unablu to attend the meoting
but desirous of entering the tournaments
will kindly communicate with Secretary
D. M, Boyd, 317 McCornick building, Salt
Lake City. 7 k
While the games will be played entirely
for the sport, several of the prominent
merchants of Salt Lake City have klndfv
offered prists for the successful contest
ants.. Th entrance fee will be a nominal
one, not to oxeced SI.
New; "World's Record.
NEW' YORK, July lS.-John Flannagan
of the Greater N'w York Irish Athletic'
association, the American eh'ampI6n In
throwing the 55-pound weight, hamatlo a
new world's record in hurling the missile
with "unlimited run and follow." Hlk dis
tance was 40 feet 2 Inches, or 21 inches
better than tho old rqcord,
Wjngfleld Sculls. Race.
LONDON July 18.-Thp Wingflnld
sculls,, representing the amateur, rowing
charqplopshlp of England, were wop' this
afternoon by St. George Asho of tho
Thamqa Rowing club. F.'S. Kelly, Leah
dor Rowing club, the holder, did not dr
fon tho title.
Lani Selqctions Approyod.
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON. July IS, Anting As
sistant Secretary of the Interior today
approved selections of public lands
amounting to 56,434. acres, made by tho
Santa Fo & Pacific Railroad eomnany
rin, the Preacolt (Ariz.), dltlot,.
1 Tremendous. stocks to choose from. Reasonable and choice merchandise of; every fcinuJB
t., Prices that are without doubt the most wonderfully low ever known for such quality. 6s-
f TODAY WHITE GOODS ARE
I ' SELLING- jK
35c whites piques at 14c ayartd. 23c long cIoth 112 l-2c & yard.jBf
35c white duck 12 l-2c a yard. 35c fndia linen I4c a yard, F
Judge all other b$rgajns-ai very department
t is filled, with thenv--by tM mtAo. No price dis-apS
poietmeMs are there in the "Mil! Eid Sale." B;
HENRY S. CROCKER DEAD,
Pioneer Stationer, of California Joins
SAN FRANCISCO. July 18. Henry
S. Crocker, pioneer stationer, million
aire, and brother oft he late Charles
Crocker, the railroad magnate, died
today, aged 72 years. He had been con
fined to his rooms for several weeks,
but his death was unexpected. He came
to California In the early days and es
tablished a printing establishment at
Sacramento, which later uns removed
to this city. He amassed a fortune In
his business and through his construc
tion of the Central Pacific railroad. He
was the, last of four brothers Clark E.,
Charles and E, B, Crocker having pre
ceded him to the grave. He leaves a
D0LBEER WILL FILED.
Most of Estate Worth, Two Millions
Given to Friend.
SAN FRANCISCO, July IS. The "will
of Miss Bertha Marlon Dqlbcer, whose
tragic death while at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel In New York was recently
repqrte.d, has been filed for probate.
Most of her' estate, valued at nearly
?2,00p,000, is given to hor friend Etta
Marion Warren, who Is bequeathed
$300,000 In cash. $400,000 of the Dolbeec.&
Carson Lumber company's stock at par
value. The home and, personal effects
of Miss Do'lbcer In this city, and all the
residue of thp estate not otherwise pro
vided for About, $1L'5,000 is .given to
other friends and relatives, $8000 to
charlta ble Institutions and 5S0.0OO Is set
aside for tho erection of a mausoleum
In Cypress Lawn cemetery,
IN. DANGER: FROM MOB.
Two Negroes Taken to Topeka to
TOPEKA, Kun., July IS. Nathan
Shad and Blaine Green way. two Holr
ton negroes, are in the county Jail here
charged with assault with intent to
kill. They are charged with trying to
rob Arthur Scott, a, whjltr boy 1G years
old, In Holton, and fracturing his. skull
with, a rock, The negroes will be held
here pending; the result of Scott's- In
juries and will then be taken to Holton
for preliminary trial.
The feeling In Holton Is very bitter
against the negroes,' and It was. to pre
vent a poy3lbla lynching- that the offi
cers brought them here Scott, is In a
very serious, condition.
SAILORS WANTED ALC.OHOL
Ruined All Compasses on. XT. S. S.
Adams to. Obtain It.
TUTUILA, Samoa, July 4, via San
Francisco", July IS In order to get
sorne alcohol several sailors of the
United, States steamship Adams recent
ly broke all the compasses on the ves
sel. There Is'not a sound compass now
on board and. the warship cannot put to.
nea, until, new ones are. obtained- from
the United States.
German Battleship Injured.
BERLIN, July IS. Thp German bat
tleqhlp Sohw.nVm, while on her trial
trip, ran aground npnr the island of
Folmarn, damaging, several feL of her.
bottom.. She proceeded tg Kiel under
hoi' own (l,(jjm and 'was 'there docked,
for repairs. ' '
bAN FRANCISCO, July IS. Miss. Mary
Lake, founder of the. 1-uke seminary hi
this city, has jtiat died at Montclalr, N. J.
She was. a ' daughter of tho late Judge
Delos Lakr ' ' f ' ' .- ' n ' ;
( BE i ii Hill ilillWIHigMViidiliiM-i-f
Fno cure, no PAYfM;
I s&EK v7QTe LO; or t16 projudWf
1 X Exea numer ak65 i&jHjiv
jg S tho land I -would not be able to hajidieB'0
Mu rt V.1 ru the business tha would come to miH
H' j&br! Drug-" schemcj which aro not freeiabMj
ffl i EfiJfcirak all, have ma do every one skeptic&lBpt
W 'ow ltl I have a good 't
ffl ctQJ I want to talk to men who have paJ&H
g iF' and aches, who feel run down PhyalaIKf'
energy which was so evident In youth JbjB
absent now; men who can't stan'd thftjBtJ'e
'. ftpStgaragS amount of exertion they could yearBK
I twSq ago, I want you If that means 70U-BL
n'B to come to mc and 'c 1 sa y that 1 cKs
ViiimfmM- cure you I don't ask you to pay rae unjB
WfSsBB 111 1 D0 so- Tlmt is falr surel'- YU?KU
i ifMf take no chances, as I know what I CAKl!
I have a cure in evory town. Tell me where you live and I 'wuljK-ltt
give you the name of a man I'vo cured. 't'Ri
Tell me your name and I will tell you honestly whether I can cutt-jVl0
you or not. If I can't cure you I don't want your money. I have byRf.
In this business 22 years, and I am tho biggest man In It today by loPHjju
odds, and. I am growing yet, because I give every man all he- pays I-JBjif
Let mo send you my book, full of the things a man finds Inspiring tijKgL
' atrength and courage. Free if you send this ad. ' '":jBiU!
Office Hours'- a. m. to 8 p. m, Sundays, 10 to 1. fep
Dr. M. T. McLaughlin, stjf;
NOT YET READY.
Northern Securities Company Has
IT.ot Decided Upon Course.
NEW YORK, July IS. President
James J. Hill of the Northern Securi
ties company and Col. W. P. Clough,
chief counsel, held a consultation today
on the recent decision of Judge Brad-
ford of the United States District court
in Trenton restraining the Northern Se
curities from distributing- its assets pro
rata until the trial of the Hnrrlnian
suit to compel thP holding company to
give buck to the Harrlman Interests the
identical Northern Pacific railway
stock', wHlch they put into the merger
I Col, Clough was asked after the con
ference if President Hill had decided to
appeal from Judge Bradford's decision,
and he suld: ''The decision, on thp pe
tition q an Injunction does not decide
the merits of the question. They are
to be determined later. Wo are not pre
pared to make- public yet exactlv what
steps wilj be taken In view of tho in
junction. Sufllce it to say now that tho
Interests of the stockholders of the
Northern Securities company will bo
fully protected by the move we have In
mind, which may be made known In a
day or two."
Will Build Two Colliers.
: WASHINGTON, July IS. While not
officially unnounced, the understanding
at the Navy department is that the two
colliers authorized by the Inst Congress
will be built at the, navy yards, at New
York" and Mare Island. ,
Burrows Up tho Scalp Into Dandruff
and Snps the Hair's Vitality.
People who complain of falling hair aa
a. ,do not know that It 13 thp result
of dandruff, which in cauatd by a peatif
trous parnaito burx.qy.!mf up tho scalp us
It dlgo down to the sheath In which tho
ha r is fed In the scalp, Ueforo long tho
hall root 1b shriveled up and the hair
hE? 0li,j Jr. th, wr Of- tho germ la not ,
destroyed hair keep.-i thinning till bald
ne.6a eomfn. The only -wrny to cure dan
druff. Is. to kill tho. uer.m, and until now
there has been no hair preparation that
would do It! but today danoitift la easily
eradicated by Newbro'a Herpleldu. which
mukesi hair' glossy and soft ns nlik,- Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10c In. utamca
Wrmplo to. TbarJaorpJuido. Co Dotruil,
... , .
ALL LANGUAGES EDi"
English, French, Italian aud Polfefo
Speakers Denounce- Peabody. Ht
SPRING VALLEY, III., July 1s-BlP '
thousand miners from Spring VjJF T
La Salle Peru, OglesbuiT. Lad9Blfh
SeatonvlTie. Depue and Dalzell flBu'
bled in Spring Valley today to tlBfcn
In a demonstration denunciatory of (jVM i
Peabody of Colorado. There were Jfcjiir
persona present. Gov. Peabody wasPjve
nounced In English, French, ItallanjWrtur
Polish by several speakers. tRcsoluBli,Me
were passed requesting PrealMfui,
Roosevelt to intervene In the strlkeBat
Two thousand miners of the SpBlL.
field sub-district today held a KB i
meeting, at the State arsenal
aiiopted resolutions denouncing, nK
they termed the- unwarranted ubeW
military power by Gov. Peabody of-Ji
Oado, and asking President KoosevBTTE
to Intervene in the Colorado strike; K )
Risk and extra vaganceB tl
corTe flivarin'j'esiricti T-B?J)0
by Schilling's Best g00'
Your grocer's; mon
Get glasses. There a9 fBtUn
putablo Indications of .-JKIu
cyeBight which wo have enjp
uted time and again taHv'
guidance. If you are yiJ3BirW
certain, call. Our exanilfl
aro thorough, complete,;' HlIIq.
''nlorv nnd free. iH!?'ne