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' l'AGE TW6 rjtgrj. 8ALT ir,ACT TRIBlOira: WEDNESDAT MORNING, JrLTg
' points wore- rushed to Chicago and
j raken to the Ptcokynrds to till the place."
of the strikers Tonight it top an-
I ,'i nounccri by the packers that 7000 new
f ,; men wore now Installed In the different
; J plants at tlio stockyards.. With these
' men and with the new arrivals- that tire
i ;i , expected each day, the packers expect
j V to set their affairs In such shape that
i Hie strikers will be compelled to seek
.j' .' a- truce In the hostilities and .ue for a
1 A peaceable settlement at the dictation of
!' Although the receipts of live stook
t today wore small compared with re-
i ccipts on corresponding -lays under
li ifi tic-rmal conditions, still m?ny cattle,
i 4 hogs and sheep were left in the puna
, tonight unsold.
1 With nil the union workmen out on
1 strike, with the exception of the pack-
: Ins-house teamsters, the only additions
today to the ranks of the ytrlkerw were
( about 100 teamsters who quit work as
I . Individuals, preferring to do this rather
'! ' (har: wait for an .uncial order to walk
I j cut, and the wniiresws in the restau-
f yrnntn at the stockyards controlled by
4 the packing companies.
Rumors of renewed efforts to settle
I f; ,the difficulty by arbitration were thick
, ( i-day. M. J. Donnelly, president of
the Butchers' union, tonight said; "I
have no hopc-'nf an immediate settle-
j menf. The- light is on and the only
Ihlng wc- can do now Is to slid: to the
i i end."
I S' REMAINED AT WORK.
Allied. Trades in Kansas City Have
' j Not Walked Out. ,
'' H'AXSAS CITY. July (. The allied
i trades remained at work today owing
f the non-arrival of the sympathetic
i i strike order from Chicago before clos-
1 1 ' lug time, while nearly one hundred
j strikers, tired of waiting for benefits
1 ' from the Chicago headquarters, re-
1 turned to work at the Armour and
( , Fowler plaints. At least on of the
allied crafts may remain at work. J.
A. Cable, secretary of the international
1 ' coopers union, piid today: "I do not
expect the coopers to go out, regardless
, of what the other allied trades may
do." The strikers were quiet.
;j . A ww feature va- Injected into the
! situation today when a telegram was
"looelverl frnrn n nimilipr nf Tdv.ns rit-
I, i tlemen, tendering sympathy to Armour
( Co., because of their strike trouble
and intimating- that they would Hold
J their cattle,
j The live leading local plants operated
j today with incdeased forces. Armour
& Co. and the Fowler packing company
killed all the hogs and cattle they could
buy and were on the market for more.
The receipts at the yards were light,
.with hog prices ruling 155235c higher
and cattle up 15c. There was no ad
vance in the price of retail meats today.
I Talk of Settlement.
CHICAGO. July 26. An official of
the Live-stock Hundlera' union says
. that a committee representing the al
lied trades will meet representatives of
the packers this evening to1 dlecuss a.
passible settlement of the strike. It is
rumored that a cessation of the strike
Is not uniooked for by the union leaders.
1,1 ' Call on the Sheriff.
v OMAHA, July 2C The Fire and Po
lice Commissioners cf South Omaha
held a meeting late today and decided
I -that they were unable to cope with the
strike ."ituatlon and that they would
call on the Sheriff for assistance.
I; Will Meet in Conference.
GREENVILLE, S. C, July 26. Cot
ton mill owners and managers from
Southern Suites met tonight-to devise
, , plans by which the mill men can be-
' come masters of the situation and
thereby advance the prices of the finest
qualities of high grade goods.
I Found. Dying on Doorstep.
SEATTLE, "Wash,, July ,2G. John'
Svotlhscc was found on the doorstep of
'his cabin near Black Diamond Sunday
night; suffering from a wound on the
.ii.head that caused his death Monday
'morning. Anton Veneer, hit friend,
r ,was today lodged In the county jail.
II " Great Fire in St. 'Petersburg.
( ST. PETERSBURG, July 2G. Fire
; today destroyed the- largest electric
i , abe wire factory in St. Petersburg,
( jj with the 1op--i of about 31.250.000. A
', , large quantity of cables and wires for
s j tbo torpedoes and mlnc-a intended for
n the, Baltic squadron were- destroyed.
Ilj i Blaze in Washington Town,
v !- NORTH YAKIMA. Wash., Julv 26.-
I rlre occurred here at an earlv" hour
' 'his morning in which the Oregon Hvervt
barn, owned by A. V. Narvcre. and
J much adjoining property was destroyed
i Total Iok,-, $23,000. The origin of the
fire is a mystery,
Trial Trip of the Ohio,
j i SAN FRANCISCO, July 26. The new
, j battleship Ohio took a trial trip over
1 the measured course in the bay today
, and the sight attracted nianv ppecta-
1 , 'ore. The time made was not given ouU
Tomorrow the Ohio will leave for Santa
i Barbara, where the official trials will
i , be made.
I1 ' j Gustav Dinklage,
ii ' Expert piano tuner and repairer, p. O
M box W5. 'Phone Carslcnsen & Anson
The, Pennsylvania Linc3
' M i' Is the direct route Chicago-to Colum-
I bus Pennsylvania rails all the way.
'' i Sec that your tickets read over this
, 1 H"e. Address George T. Hull D. A., 8l
. Seventeenth street. Denver, Col., for
; i particulars.
I' j;i N YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCUR-
' ; i August 4.
' , jj Round trip from Sal). Lake only 5-W.G0
This covero all necessary rail and stage
I i '' ti-aiii-'irartatlon, and hotel expenses be-
; ' .vond Monida, for the- seven-days' tour
I a The party will be limited to CO persons'
t tf Sec Short Line agouti? for further nar-
' , ticularH, and ask for Illustrated folder
of the Park.
I';liijf YELLOWSTONE PARK,EXCU-
H km August 4.
I KYk lound trip from Salt Lake only S-WGO
II t T"is covers all necessary rail and stage
1 1 transportation, and hotel oxpenoes be-
i i .ij -T! ?'fnd Monida. for the eeven-dayj tour
4,,2 The party will be limited to GO persons
i i;; See Short Line agents for further par-
, ' ll,c"Lars and a?k foi iUuftrated folder
,.' of the Park.
City and Neighborhood:
YE45 1'KilDAV'S bank clearings , wre
So'a.lSr.-;: us Vii;air.tt J1C0.4W. II the sum's
day lust year.
a )f. QUIKN of Blng'hum nearly lost a
valuaMo dlnmoiHi iud at Saltnlr Monday
ly ;iot being oarcf-U Ir. removing every
thing fiom ilio i)ar?r bag In which his
goods w?r" chccko l nt the office. The pin
wa.M found in the dlscurded bag by County
Clerk James a little .while after it was
BY A KKSOLUTIOX passed by tho
Bi-.ard of County Commissioners yesterday
changes were ''ffociod in the election dis
tricts of Suit Lake .ounU whereby the
cities of Murr:y and Sandy und tho town
of Ulnghum Canyon wll! each constitute
one, district. IlorotoCorn under tho old
liouiidarics the cltlos and town referred
to have been partly In two or more dis
tricts. The chHiiKf Is nade to facilitate
matters In connection with their munici
pal elections. Theap cha:iKe8 will nocescl
tatc others In relation to '.he district reg
istrars, which will bo attended to later.
As required by law the commissioners
r?sscd ordinances fixing the salaries of
county officials for the next two years
and nr.mln tho amount of their bonds.
ISp chongeK wero effected In the salaries
of any of the officers.
OXLY nine chnlrs oomnete: In the chn-
ral contoBf.s at tho "World's Fair. x wiys
Prof. William A. .Macloc of Chicago in
lettr of reoont dato to County Clerk John
James of this city Tho professor states
that tncro wore $Ri) mYsrod. In nrlzce
and that there should have been twentv
nlno competitors, soranton won the first
prlzo in the. first srede and Donv.'r won
the llrst prfzo in the second grado. Onlv
thrce of the "heirs falkd to "get any
t i .
G. B. CRACK10TT. poinolofflgt of the
bureau of (.lf.nt Industry at 'Washington.
u. c. has acknowledged tho receipt of
samples of Black Tartartii,,, Belle do
fS...e,scyi ontmorency and Relno Hor
k?ll Mc ' r om PesL inacceloi- John
l . Sorcnsou of this county. The cherries,
which are rare in this lo-ralltv. nave a!
been grovnby Mr Soronson out on tho
East bench, air. Brackutt says there Is
no reason why these kinds of cherrlrs can
not be grown If given proper attention.
FOREMAN' MAXW12LL of the CiLv
rhet.k'"a.r.lm?,u that it bo stated
that the city Is not responsible for the
Placing of cobble stones In place of gravel
on tho streets In certain parts of Salt
fhn iIeKSBys tlm.1 110 ,ms ordered that
tho rockf be moved and that ho will n
snoci all gravel that lq used in the future
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room: modern in every way.
MRS. SWINDLER ILL.
Husband Coming- With Her From
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, New. July 2C Superin
tendent Swindler of the De La Mar
mines passed through here from De La
Man today with his sick wife. The rail
road furnishes for him the first Pull
man ever run west to Callente on a
Frank B. Swindler Is the superintend
ent of the Bamberger properties at De
La Mar. Ho Is- weli' known as a mi
ning man not only in Salt Lako, but
In Colorado and California, He iincThlB
wife came to Salt Lake from Los An
geles. Mrs. Swindler remained in Salt
Lake for some months,, but afterward
joined her husband nt De La Mar.
People returning from old .Mexico
have muoh to say of the manner In
which the lanfls settled upon by Mor
mons from Utah have developed and
thrived under their Irrigation. Presi
dent Diaz has offered to this class of
settlers every inducement to take up
land In the country and the result is
that tho Mormon colony through lp
region Is yearly growing larger! The
present Mormon movement Is toward
Sonora, one of thi? richest of the north
ern States of the Republic. Already
large colonies have settled there and a
tract several hundred square miles will
hoou be acquired bnten prominent in
the affairs of the church in Mexico. It
is desert land, but tho prospective pur
chasers intend to reclaim and Irrigate
it to make it one of the llncst sections
in their Mexican possessions.
At the Jvnutsford are Mr. and Mrs R.
Ii. Faxon of Kansas, who are on their
wedding tour. Mr. Faxon Is an old news
paper man and la well known all ovor
that section of country. At .prpscnt he Is
secretary to Senator Long of Kansas and
has been on a pleasant trip to tho Pacific.
Joseph EiTzenHporger. del.-gnto from this
city lodgo to tho annual reunion of ElU.-s
at Cincinnati, has returned to town with
a glowing account of all that happened at
the bis convention, which was one of the
greatest in Uic history of the qrdor.
R. J. Knight of the Volunteer Firemen's
association ha received n letter from the
saino named association of tho Pacific'
coast stating . that in October the. "Western
er vlli pasn through here en route to
w.?sfilM at,bL ,HU,S- A v,s!t is arranged
wi h the. local llro ret-rano and Chief
Ottlnger wll at once, lake. jrtips t0 prop
erly entertain llu visitors 1
J. C. Ltippy pfah, Krnncloco has como
here to take thop lac of 'clarinet player
in the Ltah State band. i"j-i
C. S. Burton has returned from Silver
. SI. OO TELEPHONES ""
20 outgoing call3 per month. No
charge: for incoming calls. 2ac for ex
S2.00 TELEPHONES ,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL " TELE.
Daily Reporter Co., Job Printers,
21 Bast First South St.. Salt Lake.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Donvr.r & Rio Grande.
To St. Loul? and return 53 50
To Chicago and return 47.50
To St. Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa ,.., 50 00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday "of
Final limit, 60 days from date of pale
Pullman and tourist sleepers Ihrouch
to St. Louis without change. Cholco of
routes. Sec any D. & R. g. agent
Everybody, Take Notice!
The modern up-to-date hotel St
Elmo, corner Third South and Main'
has changed hands. Under the man- i
agement of Mr. and Mrs. John Oldham
Royal Bread in pur, every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At all
grocers and nrst-clacs restaurants.'
PLAY BALL IN
FACE OF DEFEAT
Saints With Crippled
Locals Have Only Nino Men,
but Go on With the
Butte Wins After One of tho Best
Plnyecl Games of the
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
J v Standing- of tho Clubs.
P. "W. L. P.C.
'Spokane , 7(3 13 31 .592
Boise 77 A'l 25 ;frlu
.Butte 71 W 10 .159
Salt Lake 75 SO 13 . 1X
Salt Lake, 2; Butte, J,
With certain defeat atarlug them in the
face, wlth a knowledge that they would
be deprived of their victory oven if suc
cessful, and with tho untried Delmas In
the box, tho crippled Salt Lake team, de
prived of her two stars, Weed and Mullen,
put up one of the faetcst games Been on
tho local diamond this year, but lost out
to uutio by tnc close score or 2 to 1
Before the game commenced the Butto
ftggrogatlon entered a protest because tho
locals only had nhio men on the field In
junlform, whereas the rules of the Na
tional league require ten. But as Salt
Lake lost the game there Is no danger of
the protest being pushod. and cons-niuent-)y
the Minora will havu another victory
chalked up to their crodlt.
Dolmas as a Slab Artist. ;
Yesterday's game dovclopcd the fact
that Delmas Is a slab artist of no ordi
nary ability, and henceforth ho will prob
ably officiate on tho nlab along with
Tozler. Titus and Essick. Esslck waa
first announced to Ditch, but he com
plained to Capt. Clark that his arm waa
out of commission, and as Tozler and Ti
tus wero both suffering from the same
affliction, Delmas Jokingly volunteered.
When tho announcement waa mado the
llttlo boys on tho sido lines laughed aloud,
whllo tho few spectators looked around
with a disgusted smllo aa If preparing to
leave. With a bualness-llko air Delmas
started In. but before the game whs over
tho llttlo boys nnd experienced fan3 freely
confessed him tn bo something more than
a mere Joke.. During the game Delmas
ffavc Just cloven, hits, struck out two mou
and passed one- Ho kept his hits falrlv
woll scattered, and cvon t such critical
moments as when his support sllshtly
weakened ho kept his head and Ilclded hia
position like a demon.
Hoon Pitched Good Ball.
Hoon pitched a good game and received
almost as perfect support us did Dolman.
He struck out tour men and only permit
ted the Elders to cbmc Into connection
wltn his Mlants bcvoii times. He waa
slightly wild at times, however, and gave
tho Snlntf? four charity wulks. At the
critical moments, however, h' was always
there with his perplexing twisters, and
hence the Elders' Inability to bat out a
victory, although the opportunity was
The score follows:
. , ' R, IL P.O. A. E.
W ard. 2b 4 l -j 1 n
Runkle, ss 3 0 0 0 1
Lally, If 1 0 0 i 0 0
Shaffer, lb 1 3 15 2 0
Llsey, 3b.... a '2 1 2 0 1
Mclfalc, cf. 5 0 1 I 0 0
Bandtflln.-rf ...-5 0 1 0 0 0
i wlr.dolls, c A 0 0 1 0 0
Hoon, p 3 0 0 0 G 0
Totals Co -I 7 27 13 2
G in In. cf. o 0 0 Too
Clark, lb 3 0 l 13 o X
Ilauscn, c, 5 1 a - 0
Ferrln, 3b -t 0 2 0 0 0
Delmas. p 3 0 0 0 r, 0
BruvKtto. as 4 1 2 :j r,
Tojclcr. 2b 5 0 1 4 3 7
Ksslck, If 1 0 0 1 .j 0
Titus, rf 3 0 l 0 0 0
Totals ?, u 27 17 "1
Earned runs. Butto 1, Salt Lake 1, Sac
rlflco hit, Runklc. Stolen baflc, Tfauncn
,Ieft on bases. Butto 2, Salt Lako S. Bunea
on balls, off Hoon -I. off Delmas 2. Two
base hits. I3lsqy. Ward. Hnuseo. Double
Play. Bruyctto to Clark. Struck out. by
HoonJ, by DelmaM 2. Time of game, 1
hour 23 minutes. Umpire, Davis. Attend
ance, 60. u
1 WESTERN LEAGUE.
Omaha, 3; St. Joseph,, 4.
OMAHA. N-eb,, July 26. Ten bates on
balls and two wild pitches by Dlchl. who
wa& in the box for the visitors, was not
pnough to losn tcylay's game and tho vis
itors won by a acoro of 4 to 3. Scorn-
St. Joseph 020 000 (fi2-J' Ei
Omaha 100 000 0CC 3 3 4
BattcrlM-Dichl. ILodson and McCon
nell; Pfelster and Gondlng. cuon-
Sioux City, 4; Denver, 2.
SIOUX CITY, July 2C.-T wo home runs,
sne by Curley and one. by Lawler won
tho game for Slqux City today. Score:
Sioux City 001 020 (Ox i" 'c
Dt-n'ver " 110 fi OCr) 2 0
Batteries Llndemann and Anderson
Cable and Lucia, '
Des Moines, 5; Colorado Springs, 11.
P&? iMOnNE.J"ly .-Tho bunching
of hits, by the visitors won the same. Dos
Moines seemed unnblo'to Infld Vilioman
for safo consecutive hits. Score;
I IX if 77;
Colorado Springs . ..410 OMTlln lj o
Des Moines 100 001 111 5 11 5
Batteries Vllleman and Baerwald
Cushman and Towne. -viam,
At Kansas City Kansas Clty-Minne-apolls
game pofltponcd. Mltuuiupolln team
arrived too la to.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee, 3: Indian
At Louisvlllo Louisville, 7; Columbus, 0.
For ladies and gdntlemen, Miss Char
tte Lysterg and MIsd Carrie Leaker.
Formerly with Dr. Nell Ci Brown, now
at 417 to 421 Constitution bulidlntr:
phone 2093-X. - uuu'b,
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. W. L. PC.
New York 82 53 21 .707
Chicago S2 CL' 31 .022
Cincinnati SO 52 31 ,CVj
Pittsburg 7iJ 10 30 ."05
St. Louis 78 as 10 -1ST
Brooklyn 77 32 -!3 .Ufi
Boston , SS 20 f.J .3."0
Philadelphia SI 'iZ VJ .272
Yesterday's Gnmca. ''
Pittsburg, 1; St. Louis, G.
Boston, 7; Philadelphia, 8.
Brooklyn-New York gnmo postponed; 1
Chicago, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
Cincinnati at Chlcairo.
St. Louie at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, 1; St. Louis, 6. .
PITTSBURG. July 2C, St. Louis won'
th) gamo in thn ilrst Inning by hitting
Leevor hard and with tho assistance of
two error. Taylor wus a puzzle that
PlttBburg could not solve, except In tho
fourth. Attendance, KJ0. Score:
R. 11. R.
Pittsburg 000 100 000 1 S 2
St. Louis 102 000 000 G 12 I
Batterlo.s leaver, Miller and Smith;
Taylor and Orady.
Two-baso hits, Sabring, Farre.ll, Bruin.
Three-base hlls. Kltchey, Smoot.- Bases
on balls, ofT Allllor 3, oft Taylor 1. Struck
out. by Loovor 1, by Miller 2, by Taylor 1.
Chicago, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
CHICAGO. July 20. Today's gamo was
a pitchers' battle, which Chlcaco won In
the fifth Inning 011 two singles, Seymour's
errors and a long fly. ('apt. Kolley
scored Cincinnati s run on his double to
loft field and CSrcoran's duplicate for tvi'o
bases to dcop right. Attendance, 2000.
R. II. E.
Chicago 100 020 00 3 6 1
Cincinnati 010 000 000 1 4 2
Batteries Wlcken and Kilns; F.wlng
Two-base hits, Corcoran, Odwcll, Kol
ley. Three-base hit,. McCarthy. Struck
out, by Wlcken 2, by Kwlng 3. Bases on
balls, off Ewlng 1. Umpires, Johnstone
Boston, 7; Philadelphia, 8.
BOSTON. July 20. A small crowd saw
an old-fashioned free hlttlnK game today.
Duggloby wos iv tired In the fourth in
ning. Stops ,by rtaymer and AVolverton
and Thomas's stick work wore features.
Attendance, 150. Score:
R. II. E.
Philadelphia 100 021 010 S IS 4
Boston 011 202 010 7 14 1
Batteries Dugglcby, Suthoff and Roth;
Wlllb? and Moran.
Two-baso hits. Tonncy, Abbatlehlo,
Doyle. Roth. Thomas. Bases on balls,
off Duggleby 1, oft Suthoff I, off Willis 2.
Struck out. by Willis 8, by Suthoff 2. Um
pires, Dooln and Wilhelm.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
Boston S3 52 31 ii2C
New York u 4L 31 .t!13
Chicago .'. SG Rl 33 .69U
Detroit ?j 4ff 3U .511
Philadelphia SO 43 37 .C3S
Cleveland 77 , 10 37 . 519
St. Louis 7n 31 II .ICS
Washington 7? 1G G3 .215
Yesterday's Games. .
Washington-Cleveland game postponed;
Philadelphia, 1; Dotroit. 2.
Boaton. 3; Chicago, I.
Now York-St. Louis postponed; rain.
Cleveland at Washington.
DetrolL nt Plillmlolnliln
Chicago at Boaton.
Boston, 3; Chicago, 4.
BOSTON. July 2J. Tho champions had
todaj's game well In hand until In tha
ninth Inning when, with two inon out, Fer
ris kicked Dundou's groundor Into left
fnld and Donahue scored from Ilrst L.
Tannehlll's hit then allowed Dundpn ft.
acoro the winning run. Attendance, 6501.
P II. E.
Chicago OC0 1W012 4 11 1
Boston 000 003 000 3 ' 3 I
Batteries Altrock and MoFarland; J
Taunehlll and Criger.
Philadelphia, 1; Detroit, 2.
PHILADELPHIA, July X Detroit won
today's game principally through tho line
pitching of Kllllan. Bender relieved Plank
ot the end of tlio eighth Inning and the
visitors failed to got a hit off him. At
tendance 3000. Score:
. R- II. E.
Detroit COO 000 110 2 S 0
Philadelphia 000 000 CJl 17 1
Batteries Killlau and Woods; Plank
Bender. Powers and Schreck.
SALT LAKERS EASY WINNERS.
Cleavoland Commission Team Too
Muoh for Smithfiold, by 12 to 1.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. July 20. Tho Cleavoland Com
mission Company baseball team of Salt
Lake "City and the Smlthllold baseball
team cf Cache valley broko even In their
games 011 this trip of tho Salt Lakers.
The game i.-t Smithllold went to tho homo
team to the time of 4 to 3. Tho gamo
yesterday at Logan, on lho"B. Y. collego
campus, wont to the visitors by a score
of 12' to 1. Tho team from Smithllold could
not connect with the horsohldo somr hov
and when they did make a good aiai-'irtr
at It tho Grain Dealers wcrS John m on
the spot. Thus It was Uiat only once Old
thoy cross tho pan, this being In the sev
enth Inning, when Dono ulnglcd and
scored on a throe-bagger by Ohrlstcnscn.
The xlsltorri touched up Christenssn nice
y and started In for business In the llrpt
inning. They played togsther well and
made few errors.
James o Dono
S?,,,eton 'H Chrlstenscn
iail .......lb Wooif
Smith :...2b .DougIB
Gunn ,3b liancnv
C. Castleton ss,;....... .Ne son
Thomas if .Kwc
Smith ,.Cf ....'Mack
Raamussen ... , rf Hansen
Score by Innings:
Cleavoland Com. Co 120 321 01 1"
Smithllold too a-0 IW- T
Lmpire Barton- Attendance Vs)
NO MORE UTAH-WYOMING.
Park City Said to Be Rock Upon
Which League Split.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Utah. July 2C At another
meeting of the officers and board of di
rectors of tho Utah-Wyoming league, hold
in this city laat evening, It was unani
mously decided to dissolve the league and
refund the forfeits. President Henry
WcsHlcr. Secretory and Treasurer W. D.
frr '"""ff'x aimmorman of Evanston
amluAS.t'H8l?r ? Osdon were In attendance.
The trouble has been caused by the ar
bitrary conduct of the Park City manage
ment and partly at tholr own suggestion.
Iho head of the league had received pro
tests from Manugora Zimmerman and
Wessler asking mat thuy bo.glvou an
even break wbon they go to Park City,
and furthwrmoro that Umpire Harknoss
be muiovod. It seems that the leaguo of
ficery then wrote Manager Pcttlt of Park
Cltj- and asked him to refrain from lin
ing Harkneas and gave 'him the prlvlIcKo
of u.Mnc anyone else for that position.
PotUt sent in reply his declaration -that
Wins BigStake inThree
Twelve Horses Scored for
First Heat at Grosse
Came Down to Judges' Stand Five
Times Before They Were
DJETP.OIT, July K. Before 12.(K0 people
at tiio Grosse Point track today Stanloy
Dillon, owned by J. P. Brown of Detroit
Mid driven by JEil Gecrp, won In throe,
straight heats tho classic merchants' and
manufacturer!' stake fpr 2:21 class trot
terH. Stanley Dillon was not driven out
in any heal.
Stanley Dillon wax favorite for the big
slake, bringing ?20 In tho morning pools,
with Miss Gay at $105 and the rest of
the field bringing. $105.. In later .jool3
Dillon sold for 3100 with the field at 5130.
Twelve horses scorod for tho first boat.'
They camo down to the judge's stand five
times beforo they wero sent away and
then tho start was the poorest of the
afternoon. Italia had tho pole, but broko
en the backstretch and Baraja led to
me three-quarters. Gcors took Dillon Into
the lend- at the head of the stretch and
won easily by half a length. Uuth C,
a gray mare owned by Senator Chls
hulm, finished second.
Stanley Dillon led all the why In the
second heal, with B.11II1 and Bachelor
fighting for second place all the way
round, tho gray marc finishing next to
Dillon after a hard drive. Stanley Dil
lon again led all the way In the third
heat In which Ruth C took second only
uftor a hard fight with Blackthorn. Sum
mary: The 2;1G pace, purse $1&C0, three In llvo
heals Bonny won throo straight heals In
2:10Vi. 2:12V,. 2.11V. Vice Regal. Jalfa.
Bourbon C, Minnlold and Eager Boy also
The 2:21 trot, merchants' and -manufacturers'
stake 10,000, three In live heats
Stanley Dillon won three straight heats
in 2:12i. 2:11',;. 2:12. Ruth C. Blnckthorn,
Jolly Bachelor. Miss Roscdale, Miss Jean
otte. Emma Hoyt. Alllc I. Bessie Birch
wood, Italia, Baraja and Miss Gay also
The 2:13 pacing, purse 51S00 Rio Orell
won the second and third heats in 2-.0S?!.
2:C0. niackhal won tho Ilrst in 2-.U7',.
Bob llazolpatch. King Moore, Yy stole,
Ella Ola and Englewood also- started.
Tho 2:12 trot, pursn 2000 Conscula S.
won two straight heats In 2:11,. 2:10V
Billy Foster. Boy, Lady J'achtic and Kent
Summary nt Hawthorne.
CHICAGO. July M. Hawthorne sum-'
mary: First race, six furlongs My Alice
won. Ilolgerson second, Fortuny third.
Second race, six furlongs Tokalon won
Clifton Forge second. Monastic II. third.
Time. 1:13 3-5.
Third race, five furlongs Bonnie Prince
Ch.trllo worn Proprioto second, San Joso
third. Time. 1:02 1-5.
Fourth race, flvo furlongs Green Gown
won, Cutter second. Jame third. Time.
Fifth race, one mile and an eighth
Birch Broom won, Maj. Manslr second,1
Exclamation third. Time, -.-51 3-5.
Sixth raco. one mile Walnainolnen won,
Foncasta second. Flo third. Time, 1:412-5.
Automobiles Are Resting-.
ALBANY. N. Y.. July 26. Tho autoino
, blios which are making the run from Now
York to St. .Louis arrived here thLi after
noon. They rested here tonight.
BOSTON. July 2G.-In tho Longwood
Cricket club's tennis tournament the star
match today was between Malcombe Ward
of Oranco, N. J., mid A. E. Bell, tho Cali
fornia champion, and although the East
ern man won, his opponent gave him a
frtM four-sot battle. Ward found It harder
to meet his own kind of plav (the net
style) than the long back court game of
his most familiar Eastern opponents
During the first set ho could not get Into
hi? swing and was very unsteady, with
Iho result that Bell won, 0 to 7. Ward then
braced and won the n?xt throe eots and
tho match, although Boll pressed hhn hard
repeatedly. Scores: 7-9, G-l C-2. 0-I
Down at Brighton Reach.
NEW YORK. July 26. Brighton Beach
summary: Flnst race, six furlongs-Reliable
W'-n. Honltou second, Gold Saint
third. Time, 1:15 3-5.
Second race, six furlongs, EcllinK-Vola-
?h?rt.Wme.C2Pl?aP SeCnd' Su8anno
Third rac mllo and a slxtccnth-Mon-
thhrdWTime.0S0 Mald Sccom1'
Fourth race. Seashore handicap, mllo
and a quarter-Lord of tho Valo won.
07rSl 5 0OCom1, pnta" third. Time.
Fifth raco, mllo and a sixteenth rrlncc
Sftlm Salrn won. Bollo of Portland second.
Lafly Prudence third. Time. l:G0 1-5 '
T-SiMUVae' flvo frl0"es-Ten Cross won,
he would use. whom over ho nlea.scd He
also 8a d that ho was ready to drop out
of tho league at any time. He will now
be given an opportunUy to drop out and
remain out It has bci-n found extreme- v
2 rr c.! 11 1 n,m,,ntaln n leaKHP under such
dirrieultlefl. but another league will be
formed In Hie near future, which will
Include Eviuihion, Rock Spr ng a ,ul Og-
tVu ain?iri)0Wnb,3f t', Cleveland 1 011 m of
Salt Lake. Ogden already l,nH enough
games scheduled to complotc the season
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Tacoma, 4; Portland, 1.
TACOMA. AVn3h.. July 20. Tacoma
iotti.iiui. Both pitchers wore In rare
form, but Thomas was mora oectlve and
wh well supported, TImelv batting, and
$Hea nui3U"ScfaV0 11,5
T,ac.0,ma, 000 oiu an-"' 3s Bi
1 ortland W) 000 000- 0 r. 1
Batteries Thomas and Hogan: Butler
l)onafd.WI' U,ni,,r8-'Coiiiiell an.i'aic!
San Francisco, 3; Seattle, 4.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 2G.-The San
1,'rl?,.r0 ,lcftm 1,11(1 n 1 t0 tip to tho
eighth nnlng, and then thu tide began "a
Km Atcwb o d an error guv?
Seattle two runs, and the proceeding w-i;
dunllc4itcd in tho ninth. Score: 5 f
c? 1 1 ? - 000 000 023-2 1 8
San Francisco 010 0CO 020 3 7 j-
Batierloji-IIUKhos and Wilson; Whalen
and Leahy. Umpire McCarly. ,,MM?n
KIDNEY AND BLADDER
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A Sample Bottle Sent'PREE by Mail.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the great
kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in
prompllv curing kidney, bladder and
uric ut-Id t roubles, rheumatism and pain
in the back Jt corrects inability to hold
water and pc-aldlng pain in passing It, or
bad effectp following use of liquor, wine
or beer, und overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day nnd to get up many
limes- during the night. The mild and
Uie extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for Its wonderful cures of the most dis
Swamp-Root Is not recommended for
everything, but If you have kidney
liver, bladder or uric acid trouble you
will Und It just the remedy you need.
If you need a medicine you should
have the best. Sold by druggists In
fifty-cent and onc-doIlarsl7.es. You may
have a sample bottle of this great kid
ney remedy, Swamp-Root, and a book
that tells all about It and Its great cures,
both sent absolutely free by mall. Ad-
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2 Y. When writing, be sure to men
tion that you read thlo generous offer In
The Salt Lake City Dally Tribune.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's?
Swamp-Hoot, nnd the address, BIng
hamton, N. Y.. on every bottle.
Hawthorno Entries Today.
CHICAGO, July 26. Hawthorne entries
First race, six furlong.
Dod Anderson 102Nannan .....102
Nona W 103Falr Allen 102
Alice Commoner.. 107Artlflce 107
Bi-rnlce 107 Seven Oaks 107
Maud Moser 107Showcr 107
My Gom : 107 My Alloo 112
Froc-sias 113Annora J 112
Iady Belalr 117
Second race, handicap, steeplechase,
Alleghince 125AlmaGIrl ........ ...130
Sweet Jano ISODonami 137
Weird ; 13KGoldcn Way ISO
Third race, one and one-eighth miles,
Lynch lOOHuzzuh 105
Judge J lints HI Brags 110
Fourth race, four furlongs:
Useful Lady lull lusted 101
Broadway Girl ..lOIIJologna 101
wuicn liiiaru ju-tAium ivi
Happy Jack l07Ram's Horn 107
John Smulskl ....107E1 Otros 107
West Brookfleld...l07Prince Brutus 107
Doc Walacle 107 .
Fifth race, one and one-sixteenth miles,
Maud Mullcr 91 Ethel Wheat K
Glorlosla '.Rubunta "9S
Bill Massle &SM1 ReJno W
Banner II lOlj-irlng Lino 101
Frivol lO&Cclehratlon 103
Federal 103O'H::gen 103
Ben Chance lOGLongmore 103
Sixth race, llvo and One-half furlongs:
Fleetwood 103Clyde-O 103
Tennyburn lOSGIcomah 10S
Capltanazo . .103 Frances Dillon ...113
No Trumper USCostlgan , 113
Albert Fir .. .. H3Montc 1JG
Tho Bollo .... U5
feuther cloudy, track fast.
Oh, Mulvoy, dear, and did yo hear
Tho most distrcsthful noos?
They're plnchln' all your barkceps now.
For sellln' Sunday booxe.
On Second South. Commercial street.
And all on flown the line,
For saving lives of thirsty souls
They'll pay a monstrous line.
sum 01 ineso same mirsiv sows
W'lio can't hero tell their nnnic.
l-or that you are so sore oporcst.
They think It Is a shame. '
Who arc tho Blue Laws' authors?'
To whom do they ilrst como
Whene'er they want subscriptions'.'
Right to tho Hquce of Rum.
So Mulvey, dear, now- don't you fear
T ho boo.c will be cut out.
And noxt time I pnss by your place
Why, Ifs your turn to shout.
The cases of tho throe bartenders who
were arrested for Billing liquor on Sunday
Fred Wood, who was charged with tres
pass In that he slept In a room In tho
Miller hotel without pay or permission,
told a very different tale from Fred Price,
tho landlord. He maintained that tho lat
ter had-offered him work and allowed him
to sleep In the room. His steadfast con
tradiction of Mr. Price"3 evidence caused
his Honor to have gravo doubts as to his
sanity. Five days In Jail may turn his
head back again.
Forty-nine caso.-j wero on the docket
when tho Judge took his sea; at 2 o'clock
yesterday. Many of the cases wero Sun
day drunks. Harvey Scole. a cheerful son
of Anak, wus one of these, and was un
rortunato In that ho got drunk on Sat
urday night and was arrested two hours
aft?r midnight. "Please, yer Honor, wo
started homj nt 11 o'clock, but we fen bv
th wayside." ' 3
John Anderson, my Jo, John,
When ilrst you came to court
lour mien was young and gullele5j3
And your dismissal brought.
But a Sunday drunk. John Anderson.
Is one we can t forgive,
00 we rope in live dollars,
To hClp the city Hye.
Percy Potcrson. the hackdriver. who
was charged with burglary and hold in
Jail ever since Sunday morninp found
yesterday when ho camo hit" court that
ho noma have to wait another day for
another complaint to bo filed, it waa
found that the facts in tho caac did not
justify any such charge as burglary as
John Whltmaker. who was charged with
having stolen a bicycle beloncinir to Fr
nest MacHahn. mado a strons plVto tho
compla 11 ng witness to let him off", but th2
latter did not sen It that way The bov
was very much distressed and offered to
make It right,'- even though ho don led 1
hou'Srh" H01 H.,lhe W,lco1- 'mlns that 'ho
vhoment aS was takcn ,,,,(lor
The Hair of Anccky Jan Estate.
,? i Lltavo, U) a f(nv dal-s 'or San Fran
cisco, and from there will go to New
w!V ,Iooli: atcr Papers that wore
left her by her attorney in rce-.r (a
tho Trinity church estate In New York
city. Mrs McGeo expects to Bct a set
tlement with the church. All heirs wish
ng her assistance with popcrs
York-eltv0 Mctrol"t hotel7xew
Primary, 3eoondary or iBrtiify bSM
Pormonontlr CuroJ. You can ha i, TV
cawilnlStoMdMrs if you hSI25?iUH
lodido potash nnd still hVchMteJ
Ktohas In Month. 8oro Thixwi'tSi
Any sick peraon who has
Llouozone should write h Ter W
Ozono Co.. 455-1C0 Wabaah o L
cago. They will send you JlM
your drugjdst for a M-m v?.1
If you will Btatq.thoaiBcu'S
treated 2-IiTq ifl
ON ALL CAR LIXKSB
Try it tho Next TlmM
Go Up, M
S. C. EWING. PronrlM. 'tM
Hcadnuartcrs for mlnlnsS
men. RATES ?2 A DAY AND UpM
INSURES AGAINST TH?J
New Field Invaded by EaBttjB
NEW YORK. July 2G.-lnjn,Mffl
terprisc Juts just taken a new gS
this city, where several promiuelB
panics have made offers for thB
ness of retail butchers and grocjM
thus of continued thefts of hX
amountins: to a total loss m tX
months of nearly $75,000, and theS
era and grocers have decided tolZ
-their horses and wagons agalnsiiiW
Tenns offered by the compaiiS
2?i pe"r cent, the minimum to j3B
and the uinourft of insurance to l&B
thirty days after the theft If thfWi
ha not been recovered and retuMn
Us owner. The .horses and vagojS1
bo Insured only while in actual
in the delivery of goods, and uvKi
that is stolen from the stable uAf
have the detective service of thM:
ance companies employed for'llH!
covery, and Its owner may notrJH
from the compa'nies
Shipping Circles ExcitK
WASHINGTON. July Co. -The IB
fouling in shipping circles is Ir.dlcB
lheapplicatlous rocrlcd at the SBf
partmont from representatives nfB
mercantllo Interests for InfornutB
spcctlng the seizures of mc-rchanl
and cargoes and tho slaklnc rtm
chips in the Far East iSt
Russian Ikjss at Mo Tien PtjBI
TIENTS IIUITSAN. near Mo Tl.Sj
Tuosday, July 19. ia Mukdon, JuUK
In tholr attempt to capture Mo V.iilM
It Is estimated that tho Ru?riaS3B
about K00 men, but it resulted inB',
erlng the strength and orgnniiaiB;
, Ocn. Kurokl's armj. whicli had im
Inforced with marvelous rapidity
Ask Protection for PropcriBi
WASHINGTON. Julv ?3.-Atton:iflfc:
U10 'cw York and BcrmudH ABi
company conforrod at the State H
mom todav with Solicitor Pfnlfc
spcctlng tho measures to be adcpK
the department to protect the luK
terests of that company so scrtouililE
accd by the arbitrary action ot thvHv
ozuelait Supreme court In seldsfWS
property of the company. j2Htl
SEATTLE. Wash , July 26.-THM
bers of the Congressional contB?
appointed to Investigate condltloia.
merchant marine and roar evHtnci
what should be done to Improve ljH
four hours In the Washington )-H?.
doy listening to statement and.iWl
tions from represnitatlves of sMfR?
te.rcsts and delegates from H
SAN FRANCISCO Julv SS-VaMte
to advices rcc3lvel In this city ihK?
ifh steamer St. Hubert crxaprd tBn
i in.ii fleet and arrived at Yokohai&jBfc
I from Iqulque, by way of Honolul
a tlmo It was feared that U10 vtaBt
been captured by tho Russian "Hfl
SAN FRANCISCO July '-J5.-TwMij
nnce rate on war risks has r'jHpt
slnco Saturday and today Is 'IWiKmJ
hlbltlve on cargoes iroin this POHK;
WASHINGTON. Julv :6.-Tbe Sjrf,
r-artment has received a inc35JHtL
tho Amorlcan consul at Zan?.lb3rrIK;n
Ing tho killing by Nandl nallvrt.lK
province of Urganda, British fjaBi:
r.ca, on April "S last, of ono Mr
supposed to have been an rainBj
NEW YORK. July 26-Th dlrjHfel
tho United States Steel ConW"5;
us regular meeting toaay uev;'sv;B
ular quarterly dividend of .FBui
on the preferred stock. The uctw-J
forUie quarter ended June
PARIS. July 25.-Prices on V'ijBE
today depressed. OTvinK to Hv.
nouncement of tho occupation
Chwang by the Japanese. LUtlft fS
BERLIN. July 26-Tradinp jB
boorae today was dull and prices ijj.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. July
mon and engineers joined the e "jj.
tho Cudahy plant todav U 15 n.n
that tho shut-down is complete B"
NEW YORK. July 25.-N'arb JB
of the 23x otlil enipioyd ,c;l?Bs
tho Rapid Transit tunnel went oa
today, the result. It Is suid, of3Bf4
among painters' unions rBiL
MUKDEN. July 2TI?rc!!tdS
laden transports. scorted oj .'XB'tj
are cruising off the entrance ei jjfr:
TOKIO, July 2.-'fhf mm"!'B
assigned to the Third Japan" c '.W
hero today for the field, They MS
a transport at Moll nil Ff'j-JMfcji