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IiOifie 10 D1WW5.
Libertines of Russian Navy
j Must Desist In Their
framed That They "V71H Be Tirod
Upon and Suiiic by Brit- '
, ish Guns,
LONDON, July 22. The authoritative)
' assurances that tho Malacca, will bo re
leased, cabled, by the Associated Press
from St. Petersburg to , the "United
States do not appear In the British
morning papers. Special dispatches to
a somewhat 6imllar effect from St.
Petersburg do not allay ihe alarmist
view's of the leading organs who con
i ptrtic Premier Balfouro post midnight
announcement that the Government had
received no confirmation of the reported
release of the Malacca to meap that the
II j Incident remains unsettled.
I Another Broad Question.
I Another cause for great apprehension
I Is the broader question of Russia's
l( I right to send vessels of her voluntoer
I j fleet through the Dardanelles A etrlk-
I I !ng evidence that the danger of the sit-
II nation has not been mitigated In the
l( least, so far as British oslclal and pub-
I I lie opinion Is entertained, is afforded by
I the' Daily Telegraph, which under a
' large heading "An Acute AflVJ''" de-
I j dares that "relations between vreat
I Britain and Russia have reached the
H state of an acute crisis, but behind the
I i incident of the Malacca is- the far
t larger question of the status of the s?o-
I Called volunteer fleet.
' Cannot Be Recocrnlzed.
I "It has, we believe, been made clear
f to the Czar's Government that the
transformation of merchant vessels
I passing ' through the Dardanelles into
I armed erulhers cannot be recognized
under any pretext whatever as Justify
ing Russia's Interference- with British
shipping. It is not impossible that a
1 concession to Russian dignity the Gov
ernment may offer to permit the Mnl
I acca to put into some neutral port
i where her cargo may be examined and
i the statement verified that whatever
j I munitions sho carried were intended for
j the use of the British China squadron."
Staked on Response.
'! J In its eilltorinl article the Dally Tele-
l Sraph becomes even more alarmlstlc,
I declaring that upon Russia's response
to Lord Lansdowne "the Issues of peace
Qr war are staked." Continuing, the
Dally. Telegraph says that only in the
event that Russia Is preparing to ac
cept the British conditions on the larger
Issue would be to the Government as a
"sop to Russian dignity," permit the
Malacca to be taken to a neutral porL
Main Question at Issue.
The main question to be settled bo
tween the Russian and British Govern
ment If we are to maintain even techni
cal relations of friendship, says the
Dally Telegraph's editorial, "Is the
status of the Ruaslau so-called volun
teer licet. The point which has been
In aue cieui iu ine ozni s uovernineni ny
Lord Lansdowne is that Great Britain
will not permit a lightning change from
a merchant vewel to an armed cruiser.
! Will Bo Fired Upon.
"In other words, if these unchartered
libertines of the Russian navy attempt
to slop or march British vessels they
. will bo called upon to desist, and If
they refuse to obey the demand they
will be fired upon and sunk. We fur
ther understand that the Ottoman Gov
i ! ernment will take steps to prevent the
1 , passage of the Janus-faced vessels
through the Dardanelles, and In the
event of their evasion will notify our
Government of their departure.
Independent of the "War.
"These problems are altogether Inde
pendent of the war In the far East, We
are acting, and shall continue to act,
' not as the ally of Japan, but as the
, grc-ateat naval power, protecting the
highways against the Illicit Inroads of
i pirates." The significance of such lan-
; guagtr by n paper o much In the con-
.fldente of the Government and which
,' ha:; been strongly l:i favor of an Anglo-
Russlaii Giitc-nto can scarchlv bo over.
, 1 Crisis a Grave One.
i The Standard also sees little abate-
1 mcr.t In the gravity of the criiIn an a
; result of the- statement from .St. Peters-
f burg- that the Malacca will be released.
! "Our dignity and wlf-respect." saya the
j ) paper editorially, "demand that phe be
j ; released before fche reaches the Baltic.
B j The Admiral in command of the Medl-
B 'j terranan squadron lias received hit ln-
B -fl 'a'.iuctlor.s. His cruisers arc being rap-
Bl Idly directed to the proper points, and
i we preeunje that If th Malacca Is not
B . : voluntarily surrendered he will be In-
1 torcopied before she can pass the straits
.j The Dally Mall says thero 13 reason
to believe that the British garrisons In
the Mediterranean sea will bi; irtrct'.gth-
i I enad by drafia from the United Klng-
ii ) dorr., whilo several vessels will be- sent
H l j to the vicinity of the Dardanelles and.
4 others to Port Said.
1 Russia's Action Interpreted.
1 Admiral Edward Field, retired, speiik-
lng at a public banquet lawt evening,
H j , said he believed that the Russian Gov-
1, ? ormncnt was trying to drag In both
' M France and Great Britain.
Hi 1 ju "Do not let Rutc-la play her game,"
Bl M Mid the Admiral, "but leave the matter
I to the diplomatic. The Malacca ln-
T j cldcnt is-safer In the hands of Mr. Dal-
i four and Lord Lansdowne than In those
i j of the naval men,"
. View of the Thunderer.
!l The Times cayu If the report that
I Russia has ordered the release of the
I jf Malacca should prove to be true It
would be, hailed with profound patls-
1 faction by British public opinion, but
I i it Is clear from Premier Balfour's
' statement that no conflrmatlon' to tlibj
ftffect has yet been received at tho for
Question of Arbitration.
Dealing with the idea of submitting
the luoml question of the passage of the
Dardanelles by volunteor fleet vessels
to The Hagu tribunal the Times pays;
"This idea is one which wo might per
hapn entertain provided, of course, that
Russia undertook not to allow her vol
unteor steamers to make any further
seizures pending a decision, but tho re
lease of the Malacca Is a condition prec
edent to any arrangement of this kind.
Every day's delay adds to tho tension,
while any repetition of ouch action
would Intensify the difficulties In the
way of a settlement a hundred-fold and
might easily mako It no longer practic
SOUTH. DAKOTA LAUNCHED,
Armored Cruiser Glides Down tho
Ways Into San Francisco Bay.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. The
cruisor South Dakota was launched
here today. The South Dakota is a
sister ship of the California, whleh waa
launched three months ago at the yards
of the Union Iron works. The two ships
aro almost identical and are the largest
war vessels ever launched in a Pacific
ocean port. Each represents the latest
type of efllciency in 'speed and power.
The engines, which arc expected to de
velop 23,000 horse-power, will give high
speed and great facility In maneuver
ing at soa. The coal capacity of the
bunkers admits of a radius of opera
tions considerably greater, than that of
any other war vessel In the navy.
The South Dakota is a type of six
authorized by Congress at tho same
time. Beside the California there are
now being constructed In Eastern ship
yards the Colorado. "West Virginia.
Pennsylvania and Maryland.
The South Dakota will be fitted up as
a flagship and will require a comple
ment of officers and men numbering
S20 in all The cost of the vessel will
be approximately 55,000.000. Including
The launching from her cradle at tho
Union Iron works took place at CM0
o'clock this evening. The ceremonies
nttendlng tho affair were unusually
simple. Rt. Rev. AY. Nichols, bishop of
the Episcopal diocese of California, of
fered a short prayer and then Miss
Grace Herreid, daughter of the Gov
ernor of South Dakota, pressed the
button that released the hull of tho
youngest American cruiser. As the
vessel began to move. Miss Herrelcl
swung a bottle of champagne against
the hob and bestowed the designated
name upon the cruiser. Gov. Herreid
of South Dakota and party and a num
ber of naval officers and distinguished
citizens witnessed the launching.
HEINZE AGAIN SUED.
Boston & Montana Demands liTeoxly
Six Million Dollars.
BUTTE, Mont.. July 22. F. Augustus
Helnze and his agents are now charged
with having taken advantage of under
ground workings in the Minnie Healy
mine to loot the rich ore bodies In ad
joining mines belonging to the Boston
& Montana company. The value of the
alleged plunder Is placed at $5,750,000 in
a suit that was begun In tho District
court today by the Boston & Montana
company against F. Augustus Helnze,
the Johnstown Mining company, Mon
tana Ore Purchasing company and E.
In the complaint it is stated that the
Colusa, Piccolo and Gambetta mlne9 lie
adjocent to each other, forming one
compact body of mineral ground, and
the properties org worked as such. At
a point In the earth the three ore
bodice unite and form one large vein.
The plalntliT, Eoston & Montana com-,
pany, claims the right to the possession
and ownership of the three veins and
the large vein after the Junction Is
formed to all points within the lines of
the claims In the downward course of
the ore bodies.
Prior to the time when I-Ieinze se
cured possession of the Minnie Healy
mine tho mine had never been a pay
ing one, although it had been exten
sively prospected at an expens of many
thousands of dollars by experienced
miners. The Boston & Montana com
pany now claims that through the ex
ploitation of adjoining properties, the
Minnie Healy mine has been made to
WILL CONTEST A WILL,
Litigation to Be Instituted Regarding
Million Ddllar Estate.
WHEELING-, W. Va.. July 22, The
will of the late Charles S. Dewey, who
dlod In this city about a month ago,
disposing of an estate In Chicago and
elsewhere valued at approximately one
million dollars, will probably be con
tested by his daughter by a former
wife and his son Chauncey, who was
recently acquitted of charges of mur
der growing out of the ranch foud with
the Berry boys in Kansas Chauncey
Dewey and his sister have Just re
turned from abroad nnd they will be
present In Chicago nfcxt week when the
will la offered for probate.
ALIBi IS PROVEN.
Secretary of Silverton Miners' Union
Released Prom Custody.
.TELLURIDE, Colo., July 22. Gaffe
W. Shields, secretary of tho Silverton
Miners' union, who was arrested re
cently on suspicion of being implicated
In the murder of Managor Collins of
the Smuggler-Union mine and the dis
appearance of Shift Boss Barney, wan
released today. Affidavits were pre
sented to tho District Attorney showing
that Shields was at his home In Du
rango at the time both alleged crimes
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON. July 21. TodaVa state
ment of the Treasury balances In" the con
eral fund, exclusive, of tho HW.0O0.0O0 sold
reserve In tho division of redemption
enow available caah balance, SH9.823 4G
gold, $49.SIG,2n. ' 'u'
Paris Bourse Pirm.
PARIS. July -2L -Prices on the bourse,
today opened unsettled and became firm
011 the expected adjustment of the diffi
culties arising from tho Russian Red sea
No subject In I'tah political circles Is bo
much discussed theac days as tho i-ontest
for the Republican nomination for Gover
nor. Even tho excessive heat was not on
oiatcd to lesson the Interest. Hundreds
of notlvo Republicans aro' doing nothing
but hustle Tor their respective frlcndo.
They are Invadlntr nearly every county.
nnd the malls aro be
Interestinpr lug worked In order
Contpst for 10 reach the least nc
yontcst 101 cesslblo parts of the
i Tho noticeable fea
ture of the contest is that tayr men agree
as to which, of the candidates Is In the
lead. Among certain circles tho claim In
made that John C. Culler Is a sure win
ner. TIip.ko bank on the great strength
which the support of Senator Reed Smoot
is giving to tho Cutler candidacy. Others
will arguo that this Is, In a measure, a
weakness, for the reaeon that tho Junior
Senator's support antagonizes other pow
erful elemonts. At this time Charles Dc
Molspy and other strong Republican poli
ticians arc scouring the State searching
for the lnlluenco neuded to land Mr. Cul
ler. It la said that there will be a general
rounding up of the Cutter emissaries
about the first of the month, when It will
then bo known whether or not Senator
Smool's candldato can win.
Friends to Sjcrclary of State Hammond
set to work directly after the announce
ment of his oandldacv, and they are re
porting to their candidate a following that
Is especially gratifying to Mr. Hammond.
It In not believed tho Score tan has sent
as many men directly Into the Hold no has
Mr. CulW, but being better acquainted
ho has been able to direct a search from
his office that Is thought by his friends
hero to beequallv effective. There is not
a county In the State Whore the Secretary
has not nt least soveral Influential friends.
Jio has been in position to uia so mam
of the out-of-town legislators during the
past four or five legislative sessions, that
many of the strongest friendships havo
been formed. Now that Mr. Hammond Is
a candldato for advancement, theso
Utahns are offering to uo missionary
work for him, and ho 1? receiving assur
ances of support from nenrly every coun
ty In the State.
Hammond's campaign Is not a brafs
band affair. The secretary s not that
kind of a politician. Ho ordered himself
p r.d a half-dozen of his Salt Lake friends
a new pair of gum shoes a few days ago,
nnd there Is a lot of quiet hustllmc being
done. AVhen Hammond made up his mind
to enter tho contest, ho considered tho
nomination worth going after. Ho Is af
ter It. and foels that ho will win It.
Gov. Wells continues to pursue tho poli
cy seemingly adopted more than three
months ago he refuses to permit his right
hand to know what hit left hand Is doing.
The Governor Is a candidate, but he has
not so declared lilmBelf. He has been the
recipient of scores of letters from friends
In the outside counties, urging him to
mako an announcement. He Is dally Im
portuned by stron? men In Salt Lake. To
an no expresses 1113 uppiuciuiiun. uui, n
ho has ever said to either of these that he
Is, In fact, n candidate, no one has been
able to pin this down on him. 1TI10 Gov
ernor was never accused of being slow as
a politician. He learned a long time ago
that he can keop his counsels better than
any other man. Ho listens respectfully
to all. Ho is grateful and cordial. But
he Is tighter than u steam chest. He re
leases nothing that he feels Is not to his
Interest. And this close, private coriwra
tion of his. only, knows what Gov. Wolls
will do. Others' expresslono are opinions.
The Governor will hardly decline to en
ter the contest. His friends aro among
the most powerful In Utah. They aro In
sistent. There can be no denying this.
One need onlv to mako a round of tho
active Republicans of Salt Lako City and
to talk with out-of-town leaders to bo
convinced that the Wells following Is con
siderable. Aud this following, in a largo
degroe. Is aroused at this tlmo by tho re
port that a recent misunderstanding be
tween the Governor and tho junior Sena
tor is responsible for tho interest Smoot Is
taking In the Gubernatorial contest this
year. Thoy will hardly permit the Gov
ernor to llo down. And since the Gover
nor is not known as a "quitter," It Is fair
to presume that but a few days will pasB
untfl the Governor has made a formal an
nouncement. Thero will bo throe candidates. The
three lire named herewith. All may not
go before the convention. The politicians
j-ay that conditions will govern this. Tho
final voting may bo between either two.
And there ix no man who can say at this
tlmo which of tho throe iientleinen will
lead tho party to victory next fall.
It Is a full month until tho convention.
A month will permit thei entering of all
kinds of combinations. And tho end may
bo tho season's surprise.
Sevoral of the big Republican guns will
go to Castllla Springs this morning to at
tend an outing to be conducted under tho
auspices of tho Republican women of Pro
Wlllard F. Snyder-will represent Utah
Republicans at Oyster Bay on .the 27th
instant, when a delegation confposed of
Republicans from each State will call on
the President and formally notify him
that the Nnllonul convention nominated
Judge Thcodosius Botkln and not
"Judge A. C." will be a candldato for tho
Republican nomlnallonfor City Judge.
State Auditor Tlngey will go to Provo
and Castllla Springs today to look after
C. W. Aldrich of Clear Lake returned to
Millard county yesterday to be present at
the reunion of Black Hawk war veterans
at Flllmoro today
Democratic National Chairman Jones
has advised National Committeeman D.
H'. Pecry that the national commltteo
would meet In New
To Attend York next week to
Committee reorganize by elect-
Ing a chairman and
Meeting. otr committee of
ficials. Mr. Peory will leave for New York to
day and will not be home for the Young
Mon's Democratic club outing Auuust i.
HeporlB from the Eastern political oen
ters say tho chancos for the election of
Thomas Taggort for chairman aro not so
good as at the eloso of tho convontlon be
cause the Democratic leaders aro confl
dont Indiana will be hold In line by tho
friends of Senator Fairbanks.
Alnn llilft line It Is iirfrnnil thnl Tni'ci.rl
Is not sufficiently well known to raise
the necessary funds for tho campaign, and
that his lnlluenco being principally In In
diana ne would not be as competent In an
all-round way as would some Now York
er. A special light is to be made by the
Democrats In Illinois, Wisconsin, West
Virginia, New York aud New Jersey. Tho
Hoosler State will bo passed up as hope
less. Taggort will suffer because of this
decision of leaders, but his friends will at
tempt to elect him regardless of tho oppo
sition from the Now York crowd.
Former Mayor Lorenzo Hanson of Lo
gan was In the city on business Thursday,
and hud a conference with soveral of tho
Tho Milwaukee Sentinel, diccusslng the
Parker tologram, says: "The usuully cool
and skeptical New York Post la not in
goueral given to rhapsodizing about any
thing, go Its renders may well be amazed
to And It bursting Into a paean or deliri
ous Joy over tho 'cloar nnd shining cour
age" of Judge Parker In roiueing to' main
tain equivocal silence on the money ques
tion, or to stand acquiescently on a plat
form which Ignored that question. But
of course, tho cold fact Is that the Judge
did maintain equlvo?al silence until he had
tho fruits of that silence, the Presidential
nomination, safe In IiIh pocket. lie waited
until the artful dodger who held his pow
or of attorney and carlo blanche at St
Louis had tricked the delegates from tho'
South and tho West into supporting him
Then, when Ills long policy of silence had
reached Its calculated result, ho tucked
ship and made his little plav to hold tho
sound money wing for him."
From the fight tho labor unions arc al
ready making on the Democratic nominee
for Vice-President, there Is a growing be
lief that Judce Parker will find his run-
w t m i.ru jj 7.1. T.T.J-i ii. -'
nlng mato a burden too heavy for his
"barrel" to lighten.
The Young Men's Democratic club In
having difficulty socurlng a national
character Tor Us State mooting nt Saltalr,
Somo one has suggested, In this connec
tion, that the opinion is held by the spell
binders that Utah Democrats are broke.
Tho club should encloso with. Its Invita
tion a certificate of solvency. Or. In tho
language of tho sport "show tho color of
Postmaster Booth of Brlgham City was
In Salt Lake yesterday on his return from
the Slato convflntlon of postmnstera at
Provo. Mr. Booth says Box Elder county
will, an usual, return a heavy Republican
majority next fall. Postmaster Booth en
joys the distinction of holding commis
sions for his office from Presidents Har
rison, McKlnloy and Roooevolt,
J. A. Edwards. County Treasuror of
Box Elder county, will bo a candldato
either for State Treasurer or State Audi
tor on the Republican tlckot. Tho Box
Elder delegation, It Is said, will bo a unit
for him. Box Elder Republicans feel tho
county Is entitled to representation on
the ticket this year. Thoy say tho county
has never had a Stale officer or even a
Inquiry Is made, as to tho numhor and
tho composition of tho Judicial districts of
Utah. Thero nr4 sevon Judicial districts,
First District The counties of Cache,
Box Elder and Rich.
Second District Tho counties of Wobcr,
Momnn and Davis.
Third District The counties of Summit,
Salt Lake and Tooele.
Fourth District Tho. counties of Utah,
Wasatch and Uintah.
Fifth District Tho counties of Juab.
Millard, Beaver, Iron and Washington.
Sixth Dlstrlot The counties of Sevlor,
Pluto. Wayne, Garfield and Kane.
Seventh District Tho counties of San
pete, Carbr.n, Emery, Grand and San
Each district has one Judge nnd ono
.District Attoni?y, but tho Third, which
lias four Judges and Ono District Attor
ney. At tho hist Congressional clootlon In
Utah tho Republicans carried twenty-two
of tho twenty-sovon counties. And, as tho
flgurcs of 1&02 will servo as a basis for
calculations this year, tho following vote
will bo of Interest:
G y o
o h" o r
Counties. f :
. i i . i 1 .
1 Beaver - . 7tS GIG 172....
Box Elder , 1.7S0 1,310 -IM ....
1 Cache :. 3,177 2,311 23G ....
1 Carbon 733 63S 197 ....
Davis ,.. 1,230 1,155 75 ....
' Emery CST 70S.... C9
Garllold 525 237 2SS
Grand 227 200 27
Iron , 51C m -10 ....
Juab 1.2C2 1.3G0.... 107
Kane 272 121 US ....
Millard : 851 7-JG 103....
Mqrgan 391 3C0 22
Pluto .771 272 W
Rich 311 305 30 ....
Salt Lako w... UiSSC 10,525 13G1 ....
San Juan 01 C3 26 ....
Sanpeto 2,745 2.1S2 5G3 ....
Sovier 1.3S0 OSS 3&t
Summit ., 1.S24 1.E9S .... 74
Tooele 1.033 725 311 ....
Utah 5,121 -J.4S6 C25 ....
Uintah t. C21 CSl .... CO
Wasatch 701 023 ICS ....
Washington C07 855.... 348
Wayne 310 256 51 ....
Weber .1.271 3,501 773)
At a mooting of tho directors of the
Young Men's Democratic club last night
Le Grand Young was unanimously oloct;d
the soventeonth director. Tho list now
stands: Samuel Newhouse. William II.
King, Henry C. Lund. George Wegge
lund. William II. Dale. Jesse Badger. M
E. Mulvey. George Blair. Poarloy Hill,
MahonrI Spencer, A. W. FonJman. J. C.
Leary, Le Grand Young, B. II. Roberts,
Albert Fisher, Col. E. A. Wall and Wil
liam IglehearL The mooting lost night
appointed as an executive commltteo
Ocorgo Blair, M. E. Mulvey. William H.
Dale, William Iglohcart and B. II. Rob
erts. The chairman will bo Mr. New
houee. When he Is absent Judse King
will preside. When both Newhouao and
King aro absent the second vJco-presIdent
H. C. Lund, will act. It was decided to
elect an assistant secretary and place him
on salary. C. M. Jackson was choson and
will assumo charge of the rooms
HUH H-n-HMH) HIM H--H-
M of Town Politics
Lively Down in Sanpeto.
Special to The Tribune.
MANTI. July 21. -The Central commltteo
of tho Republicans of Sanpeto county
will mcot nt Republican headquarters ut
Mantl July 23 to consider matters relative
to the county convention for tho nominat
ing of a county ticket. At this meeting
will be decided the lime and place of hold
ing this convention and nlso the appor
tionment of delegates to tho several pre
cincts. On account of local oondltlons In
tho county there scorns to be a general
sentiment In favor of having an unusually
lnrge convention. Although tho commlt
teo will pass upon theso matters, It hns
beep suggested that the apportionment bo
oft ttho basis of one delegate for every
eighteen votes or major portion thoreo'f
cast for Hon. Joseph J fowell for CongrpS3
at tho last election. This would make" a
convention of 102 delegates, apportioned
to the several precincts as follows: Mount
Pleasant. 21; Ephriam, 23: Mantl, 22; Falr
vlow. 15; Gunnison. 15; Moroni. 12- Fonn.
" vju.-i-ii. j-. uif, viiy, n; waiex, 4:
Sterling. 3; Mayilold, 3; Fayette, 3; Ches
ter. 2; Indlnnola. 1; Freedom, 1, and Mil
It has also been suggested In this con
nection, and the general sentiment seems
to favor the Idea, that all the precinct
primaries for tho purpose of electing del
egates to the county convention be- hold
on the same night; and It may be that
tho County Central commltteo will .mako
W. D. Cnndland of Mount Pleasant hav
ing withdrawn from the race for State
Auditor the only other candidates for
placos on the Stato ticket aro A. C Nolon
for State Superintendent of Public Schools
and Swcn O. Nlclson for State Treasuror
Both parties were here during the SenndU
nnvlnn reunion and each was evidently
doing a llttlo political fencing. Swen O
Nlclson said that he was not going to
make any scramble for the oflico of Stato
Treasurer. Ho contends that the oflico
should ecok tho man and not the man tho
ofllce. He takes the ground that whllo
A. C. Nelson ought to succeed himself on
account of his record, ho ought to got hi
nomination from Salt Lake county and
In the distribution It should bo charged un
to Salt Lake county. 1
Attorney DeMolsy of Provo camo hero
from Mount Pleasant yesterday and dur
ing the nfternoon was buv consulting
with loading Republicans over the politi
cal situation. He soys that the Candland
Jensen factions aro still considerably In
evidence and that tho withdrawal of Cand
land from the race for State Auditor mnv
affect the political chances of F. C Jon
sen. Abram Johnson may now declare
himself for the Legislature.
DoMolsy's visit to Sanpeto Is essential
ly political and tho candidacy of John C
Cutler for Governor Is receiving somo at
tention. Ho 1b out of tho city today visit
ing some of the neighboring settlements
and will return to Mantl this evening.
' , a
The Horn that Joseph Chrlstenson of
Gunnison Is mentioned as a candldato for
FORM h SOCIETY
Officers Elected and Arrangements
Aro Mado for a Big
Representative tennis players of tho city
mot lost evening and effected the organ
isation of tho Utah. Tennis association.
Officers were elected and all arrange
ments completed for the biggest tourney
over hold In tho Stato, to occur during the
latter pnrt of August. Following Is a
llGt of tho officers choson: President,
Griffin; vlco-prcsldont, McLcod; 'sccrotnry
and treasurer, D- M. Boyd; committee
men, Rorxirts and Gnrnett.
F. C. Schramm has oh"er?.d a handsome
trophy valuod at H50 to the winner of the
singles In the Stato tournamont. Boyd
Park ofrers two valuable prizes to tho
winners of tho doubles, and Brown, Terry
t"fc Woodruff, tho Dlnwoodoy Furniture
company and the National Tea Importing
company hnve donated prizes lor tfio
other winners of tly? tournamont.
All bona fldo residents of the Stato aro
clifflbfo to competition In tho toumoy. En
try blanks will bo sent out arid a largo
number of ontrlos are expected from tho
different cities of tho State.
County Superintendent of Schools Is with
out foundation, and If ho has beon men
tioned it is without his knowlcdgo or con
sent. Convention Dates Fixed.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD. July 22. At a meeting of
tho Sevlor County Republican Central
committee, held In Rlohlleld. all prelimi
naries were arranged for the election of
delegates to the State convention of Au
gust 25 and tho Senatorial dlHtrlct conven
tion of August 27. and the nomination of
tho legislative and county ticket.
A county convention will be held in
Rlchflold on Wednesday, August 17. to
elect fourteen delegates to tho State con
vention and twonty-throo delegates to tho
Tenth Senatorial district convenlon, which
will bo held In Richfield on Saturday, Au
A second county convention will be held
In this city on Saturday, September 3. Its
purposo is to nominate a S-ivlcr county
Representative and a full county ticket;
also to elect a now County Central com
Tho apportionment of delegates to both
of those two county conventions Is ono
dolcgato to each fifteen votes, or a major
ity fraction thereof, cast In 1002 for Con
gressman Howell. This apportionment
distributes tho dolegatcs over the county
as follows: ,
Preclncts Vote, gates.
Annabella 01 ;
Burrvllle ., 11
Central 2o 2
Elsinore 124 8
Glenwood ... J?
Joseph ii i'J ,
Monroe 207 13
Redmond j C
Sallna 1C3 U
Venlco 2t 2
Total 1.3-50 02
Interest In tho Senatorial situation has
enlivened porceptlbly. Senator Willis
Johnson, tho lncumbont, 6eems to be In
tho lead. Piute county Is hlB home, and
whllo it Is assarted that ho has somo op
position at home, still thore aro many
friends to him In Sevier county who would
overbalance that. Soviet' county has no
candidate except Dan Hansen of Elalnore,
and even hla friends concedo that his
chances aro slim, because It Is tho general
fooling that Pluto or Wayne county is on
tltled to the honor this year. Wayne coun
ty Ls split In Its loyalty to different fac
tions of the party. Albort Stevens could
havo the nomination, but rofusoa IL James
Mecks wants the nomination, but tho Ste
vens wing of tho party dncllne.to support
him nt Ihl lime. Stovcns and Meelts Uvq
In Wayno county.
Garllold county, tho fourth In tho Sena
torial district, hae the Judgeship nomina
tion and will lay no claim to the Sena
torsblp. A. R. Hawley of Invorury, It Ls be
hoved, will bo nominated to tho Legisla
ture by the Republicans of Sevlor comity.
Tho only other aspirant Us Jamos S. Jen
Bcn of Sallna.
Republican victory In Sovier county, tho
Sixth Judicial district, and tho Tonth Sen
atorial district, Is an absolute certainty.
Worming Up in Cache,
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, July 22. Tho polltlcol situation
is looking up a llttlo In Cuohe and It Is
not unusual to eeo llttlo crowds of poll
tlcLino hero and thoro disc-uning candi
dates and tho situation In goneral. Tho
Judicial situation will receive attention
llrst. Chairman Thaln Is taking steps In
tho mattor and will confer with tho
chairmen of Box Elder and Rich coun
ties as to their desires In tho matter.
For tho judgeship nomination and for
the next Judge of this district for that
mattor all eyes of tho Republican party
and a groat many of tho opposition are
looking toward Wlllard W. Maughan of.
Caclio county. Mr. Maughan haa the
united support of all the Republicans of
hla county and from prcaent Indications
will recolVM the same treatment from ad
Joining counties. Ho Is thoroughly capn
ble, well versed In the law, of thoroughly
sound Judgment and will go into the cam
paign with tho distinction of having car
ried Cache county two years ago by KO
Judge Hart, who for nine years ha3 held
the position, will In all probability be the
'opposing candldute, unless Attorney
Frank K. Ncbeker decides to enter tho
race. In which oaso ho may land the noml-
For District Attornoy B. H. Jones and
Fred J. Uolton of Brigimm are Bpokon of,
while J. C. Walters and Georgo Q. Rich
of Logan aro mentioned, but neither of
these gentlemen are candidates.
In case Judge Hart ls nominated on the
Democratic ticket for Judgo thero prom
ises to be a pretty fight for District At
torney on tho Dcmooratlo ticket. J D
Call of Box Elder Is n candidate, it !
understood, and Call savs there was oft
understanding between himself and Nobe
ktr four yoars ago that In case Nebekor
were nominated Call would have his sup
port four years honco. Now that the tlmo
is drawing, near Nobekcr's friends aav
that tho young attorney nils tho position
so well that ho ought to be returned, and
as Ncbeker halls from Rich county, where
ho will bo troated kindly and his now
homo county of Cache has tho bulge on
Box Elder when it comes to representa
tion, It ls not Improbable thnt he will bo
renominated, and Call will bo asked to
wait four years more.
Boom for Gov. "Wells,
Qt.A.t.1 Tl 1
PANGUITCH. Utah, July 22,-Durlng
court term there wero persons from all
parts of tho south present and among
them somo of tho politicians from over
tho mountain in Iron and Boavcr coun
ties. It appears that thoro Is a conoertod
movo In this section of tho Stato. in fact
In tho entire south, to support Hobor m'
Wells for Governor. From tho secret
meoflngs held hero it appears that his
support will bo heartily backed up by n
determination to land tho nomination
The combination Is likely to reach Into
tho north nnd his supporters think that
they havo a clnch.
Udall for District Attorney.
SpocJal to Tho Tribune.
NEPHT, Utah. July 22.-Goorgo. A. Udall
has announced his candldacv for the nom
ination on the. Republican ticket for tho
SffiitfdSSSS? AUOrney for lhc F,fth
SECOND OPERATION FOR
APPENDICITIS IS FATAL
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY, July 22 Joseph A.
Chrlstenr.on, who recently moved hero
from Park valley with his family and un
derwent on operation for appendicitis
about ten days ago. died at the Rich hos
pital yestordny aftor the pecpnd operation
TtiCKiIny. lie lenves a widow and two
small ohlldren. The remains are in chargo
of UndertJikor L N, Slohl and will bo
shipped to Nowton, Mr. Chrlster.sen a for
mer home, and tho funeral will bo hold
Boden & Graohl havo this wook ercctfld
a new slaughter-house In placo of the ono
recently destroyed by lire.
Mayor Hoist has Issued a proclamation
forbidding tho use of fireworks and xplo
Hlves In Brlgham on July 23. the day of
tho PJonoer celebration, owing to danger
of lire. Thero will be no celebration hare,
hut Garland Is preparing for a "big time.
Tho programmo consists of a parade at 8
a. m , raoos, baseball and games In the
uf tcrnoon, firework."? and dancing at night.
At' tho session of the County Commls
sionors Monday Architect A Funk sub
mitted tho plans for the new county jail.
Tlmir wnm nnrntita,l nnil flllvorf lalntT for
bids for Its construction is tho next step.
For county purposes a tax of 4 mills was
Icvlod and a 7 per cent grado Is to bo
established on tho hill nt Trcmonton.
A dlvldond of 4 ner cent hns been de
clared by tho First National bank of Brig
ham on tho capital stock for the past six
monthn and 51500 sot asldo for repairing
Funornl services woro held In tho Second
ward Tuesday over tho remains of tho
one-venr-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Glndrup. who died of lung trouble.
Thoro Is good fishing in Boar river and
many of Brlgham's sports ato taking ad
vantage of the pleasure In It.
Monday a demented man of tho narao
of Kelly was brought In from Garland by
Constable E. O. Wilcox and placed In Jail
here. Ho went from Colllnston and awam
two rivers and a number of canals, saying
somo one was pursuing him to "tako his
life. Ho Is Improving.
Tho Brlgham baseball nine goes to Trc
monton Friday to play a match game.
The board of trustees has engaged tho
following leachcra for the coming 3chool
torm In this city; J. S. Bingham, sunor
Intendont and Instructor of the Hich
school, John W. Peters, II O. Jcppson,
Ethelbert Laraen. Hattlo Wight, Snrah
Harding, Hattlo Nichols, Lola, Nichols,
Hulda Westerberg. Ada Johnson, May
Jansen, Sovena Madson, Abblo Roes, Ciura
Trons. Orllla Watklns, Dagmar Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wright of Ogdcn.
tho latter a daughter of Deputy Acsossor
E. A. Box, aro visiting relatives In thLs ;
city this week.
Tho wlfo of Dr. A. W. Ensign prosentcd
him with a flno boy Tuesday.
Born Tuesday night, to tho wlfo of S.
C. Wlxom of tho Box Elder Nows, n
bouncing baby boy.
Postmaster and Mrs. B. F. Boothe aro
In attondonco at the postmasters' conven
tion at Provo.
Morchant R. H. Fryer of Dowoyvlllo- has
assigned all hla stock of mcxohandlpe to
creditors. J. Q. Crltohlow of Salt L<o
is tho trustee.
Scott Jenson. Fcnlly JJcrrlll and Einjtno
Hansen returned homo the foro part of
tho week. Tho formor two havo labored
as missionaries In England and tho latter
filled a mission In Washington State
Young Ernest Iverscn of tho First ward
oastained a broken arm ycatcrday Ln a
wcretllng match with a hoy friend. Ho
TO BE GRANTED
Special to The Tribune.
SPRINGVILLE. July 22. A public moot
ing was hold horo yestorday to dlacuss the,
matter of granting a franchise! through
tho city for the proposed electric railroad
from Logan to Payson. B Mahler of
Toledo. O . tho promoter, was precont ond
addressed the meeting and gave nn outhno
of tho proposed undertaking. Tho citi
zens by a unanimous vote Instructed tho
City Council to grant to Mr. Mahler and
his associates tho franchtec, which tho
City Council did at a special mooting told
D 1 A
The funeral of Miss Nellie Roylance. sla
ter of Mayor William M. Roylanco. who
died In tho hospital at Provo Tuesday
night, was held here today In tho L. D. 9
mootlng-house. Tho funeral wa? largely
attended. Tho opeakors wero Prof. L S"
Eggerteon. John S Boycr, B. T. Blarich
ard and W. D. Rydalch,
LOSES LEG IN TRYING
TO BOARD MOVING TRAM
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, July 22. Androw Jacobson a
miner from Arizona, was run over and
suffered tho loss of his left leg bv a
lng rt I'lD0 tr"In ln th yarda thla rnom
Jacobson and a companion woro at
tempting to boat their wnv to Butte
Mont. They wont to the water tank and
as northbound freight No. 9 passed tho
tank they attempted to board the train
between the curs. Jacobson's companion
succeeded In getting aboard all right, but
Jacobaon failed. As he grabbed for tho
dn r. " side of tho car ho swung
around anil fell across the roM Ho had
presence ot mind enough to Jerlc his rlirht
log out of danger, but the car wheels rnn
over his loft leg just below tho knee.
Jacobson was taken to tho hosnltal and
County Phpslclan Forbes amputated X
leg. He is getting along nlcelv.
o-F'B1. lad agent of the Chicago
wffhWiCW RaUrona company at
W est t3end Wis.. Is in tho city on a visit
Wn'uR br?thr' B- F- BrtUz. und his son
ffio?t SlJeeg0 W,H nmain in
Doouty Sheriff Bearing tak a voca
tion tomorrow for a fow days na
Prof. George A. Eotoa Is vloltlmr In tho
city from Salt like. ,n tti0-
The prpllcilnary hoarlng of Oliver Duo
Olaf Anderson and Fred Austin l-L
w.Wrih ""nfla&vM connection
with the Glenwood park trarodv ffi
como up today. The heariri -M0t
of tho illness of Attorney C, C. Richards, j
Sheriff Harmon of Logan was In tn
.yesterday, having In ehiw? own
'Laufhncy of oj&n ,wh faff ewnS "f""
Provo on tho chargo of obtainlH iSS5
anAd c1f,idrednr,n &wate
nnd throw Mm. Anderson and: th, 1
thenar,1" bu&Ky and "ov "rol y bruised'
them all. .ono were seriously hurt
C. H. Gloason ot al.. hava brouW ,
! against A. R. Hoywood, cxbS?. 0 ui
CHluto of Charlos W. Cook. deccZH
tho Utah National bank of Oinlr.ifvB
num of 4220. Tho complaint nluJjM
Cook, whlhi acting- as agent for
tiff, collootod tho amount and mjH
some in the Utah National bank M
for them. This amount, they' olaimTjB
a part of tbo stau:. "'"lOjjMB
Those puplur of the Utah Stau .'HS
for the Diaf And Dumb, who ari . f
St. Louis to represent tbo Utah J2
tho State fair, will loavo OwftJ SJR
Tho party compricoa Naomi "K
Bountiful. Utah: Pearl West "mB
Grovo, Utah; Rulon Thorni'iami SflBi
Utah. IConuoth Olsen. Perron'
Harold Taylor. Preston. Ida., nni' nVHP
Thompson of Tukum. Ida, u "k!
lodiy" StrOVo11 ASS8 UD trom SalflH
Tho flrt department wnij caller .JfB?
evening to a sarious blaze on t'IW
fourth and Jackson streets. Thri iRi
In tho reur of the rcsldenoo of r SH''
Miller, with their contents, 4:t VR.
destroyed, entailing a loss of ahni?BP
Tho flro was caused by some bow . JHfr
flro to dry grass. The long run
climbing of the Twenty-fifth atBP
by tho flro department was wSSiK
sponslblo for tho destruction of theHUi
Tho funeral of Anna Lyman JlMfc
held Friday afternoon at 2 oWJB
tho rosldonco, -J213 Washington ii,MV
4 a lteDUBj.
Coshlor James Plngroo lnformt.flJHP
Tribune tonight that ho had JuWKl
J50.0C0 currency, tho Issue of tho VSBEi
LTfco National bank. no ne"iHih
Tho City Council had a special Kt
tonight and after passing an Joi
V.1UUIMU. uiHirict knoH
first extension east of sidewalk aSB1
No. 3. dovotod tho remainder of
to tho reading of tho revised ordlnaliKj
MAY BE APPEALED
ro supreme cojE
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEPHI, July 22.-Goorgo McCunB
ordered a transcript of the tea'JrMR,
tho case of Elmer vs McCuno et fllB'
tho purposo of preparing o motloivB''
new trial, and In case the motion iK
nlcd he will nppoal the caao to ttFirf
premo court. rmM
Fred Sorcnson was arrested soimIHl -ago
and taken before Juatlce Coow2S', '
a chargo of disturbing tho noac HuHfe
tered a pica of not guilty to tho riVp
and the caao was sot for hearing Tu2B4
when ho nppearcd, pleaded gulltv niKIi
fined 515 and costs. WKfa
The property of tho Ncphl Mlnlar'K.
Milling company, located In the NeliiWf
trlct. has boon bonded and leased fadV
months to an Eastern company. ABi''
forco Is now nt work on the propi-tBii
If It holds, out a3 present Indicaffoa'Ki 1
juBtlfj' a salo will bo oonomzmKSjlg
Mr3 Edward Hero-!ot and ohlj6
Anaconda. Mont., aro visltlaj; rHl'
and friends hore. Hh
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph B5tteMoaBi.'fl
morly of Beaver, haw rofoored to Kj
and taktn up tbclr reslder.es wlthlB'!?
son-ln-iavr and daughter. Mr and HiBPli
Burton Mr and Mrs. Bcttenxon fo-MP
operated tho Bottenson hotel &t lHlk
and aro woll known throughout thdlE 'i
They aro tho parents of iire -j'
Hughes of Truth. (3
ExtCD3jVo preparations ore nudiM
tho celebration of tho Mth, A prognB"11
has boon proparcd covering tht cuiHfc
of the entire day. Tharo will be lHr
oxorciss.'? in the Tabor nacio hi thefcjpE'
sports on tho pudIio sriuaro dtirtHKiiy
afternoon, and a dxn&i m thaOpfrfjPJ:
lii tho evening. H
Tho Ncbo block la being given vBl
pUta overhauling preparatory to-.'Hfci
pancy by tho mrcantilo firm of CKki
Footo & Sons. i'Elf
A cojirmlttco coaslottnir cf JfrsjlBMi'
Edghlll, Mrs. G. M. Whlttnore, Urs.B .
Hyde, Jr.. Mro, J, W. WhRmore tujlHin
Nova Booth gave a benefit ball fHHtir
Ncphl band last night, It provftHHTia
ono of tho most succezsful oxd pkE
ovents of tho kind of the seawa 'flfcu
ted tho boys Jjomothlog hko C5. whK"
to be applied toward tho purchase W
new uniform, mf
Tho poc-plo trf Ncphl take tcs-ttoEo?
prldo In tho progress of thotr ywailBrit
This band was organized a few nBLfU
ago and oonslsts of twBnty-four r
ranging ln age from 13 to 13, HhFvJ
applying themselves diligently trad vjBw 8
diet that It is only a question of UcaBfcirt
wo can boast of ono of the best MaK
tho State, 'iBWu
Pay for County Officers-'fJKJ
Special to Tho Tribune jlB'
PARK CITY. Julv 22. City ConsBk
dcrod poid tho bill from the CouttjB fa
mlsslouors for ?,ill.Qi for services ofBna
officers ln the matter of thu luMDiU
cld.tvalk to tho Minora' hobpiUlKr t ,
laid. A now ordinance rogardliiR.
storage of gasoline, powder, capl,
was ordered drawn, and tbo samsi.BW j
read nt the next mooting on Auir"JjBlltJ
Johu, tho ntx-ycar-old son of .
Mrs. John Burke, mot with a paJHKlL1
cldont yestordny through folllruj fJC".
a distance of about elx feet, strifcBfefe
his head and cutllnj a gach T'HPbi'K
quired several slltchea to ol03t. n
Mrs. Rohart IClmball Is III .iBK,1
tack of typhoid fovor. 'BAJei
A horso was stolen from thej slilB.'? i
Berry & Co. yesterday. A man &Rkiy)
tho stable and a3kod for a norss'Mj-.
to a ranch below town, wbcro hefBw?
had two honioa that he wanted lKT:5
up to town. The saddle borse
nlshcd und to this dato hsts not Hft i
turnod. The Sheriff was notlflaB
went out after the follow. ,BH
LoRoy Hughes Js in town lodBfcj?1
mining business connected "'iBjiJj :
Yotrterdoy wns field day of the Btofc
Athenaeum, and the eflcnt was ccleH k.
by a Lawn fete at the residence 'oByT
B. J. Begs?.
LABOR UNIONS PR0TEl,
Object to Steamship St. IiOijifi;Bi ,
Taken to Ireland for RePBfe'
NEtW YORK. July 22. A c0
repreeenling the Central IHK
tmion of Now York City and ?!B?ft it
the Intornatlonal Acsoclatlon
chlnlsto and tho Marino TjSRfitif
on stoamshlp Inspection a,-''BR'r
r.gainst the fttejtmshlp St. LouW.,B? i
-VmerlcaJi lino being taken t0IKJilii(
ior repairs, eiBSilto?
The protest states that the 5.Br.
Is In an unsoaworthy and unttt"
dltiou. tliat Ehc has only one e0jM
working order and that In fJR
engine became disabled tneiB(l
her crew would ba endansBPjl0i
protest adds tnat tho only flB &'
parnt for not havirur tho repa""
in the port of New York is tbMl
be dono at smaller expense J,BjMfctiY
At tho ofllce of the Americanism m
ofllcer said: "That 13 a lahof 5..
.The United States In3010 'ft
looked th, St, Louis over flHJlJ
say It is perfectly safo for her
the ocean. So far as the CD0rBlvv
over 'ihro for repairs Is con ?Jj.'a,
behig a financial Qusstloa, I nHt
.say it-ia absurd' f?B