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H ' i PAGE EIGHT? TiEE SALT 1KB TBJBTTKEl WEDNESDAY UOKNIXG, JULY 27, 1 I
i Russia Playing Deep Game in
, Affronting Three Great Powers
I' , TOKIO, July 25. ?4w acts of the
, Vladivostok squndron In the raclflc
and of the volunteer fleet In the Rod
. j?ea strenjjthen the belief hero that Rua-
?la Is deliberately sccklnc "to affront j
I Amwitu, E-ngland and Germany In the
hope of flndlnpr an avenue for graceful
ly retiring: from a disastrous war.
. There Is no argument over the- right
, of Russia to seize noutral vessels car-
J rylns: actual contraband of war, but
the wisdom of destroying neutral prizes
, without trial, unless tho object la to In-
volve other powers, 1s generally ques-
i j It Is believed that Amorlca. will rc-
SALT LAKE WINS
: j IN GRfCKET GAME
.. Proves Stronger Eleven Thnn Ogpden,
n Both in Batting and
' By an Innings and fourUion runn the
I Salt Lake Cricket club dofeatcd tho Ogden
( club at Liberty p.irk Monday. Tho roa-
j son undoubtedly wan that tho homo team
Hj was the otrongpr eleven, both in batting
- and bowling.
R. F. Hayward. with a score of K,
,t showed soma of tho form of hit) public
(ichool days. Of tho bowlors William
1 i Hoarse, tho captain, was far and away
. .' tho bost. lie took eight wlckotn for twen-
ty runs. Standing and McPhorson were
j the best hats of the Ogdcn eleven.
, Of tho bowlers "Wilson, who came on at
'I the last and capturrd two wlokots for no
runs, was a great surprlso and should bo
come a dangorourf man wjth tho ball.
' A mooting of tho club will bo held at
f tho I. O. O. F. hall on Thurwlay at S p.
I 1 , .1 m. A match with tho Butto Cricket club
L ; la scheduled.
H: Salt Lake.
HH ') Wllllum Honrc, b. Hnddcrman 2
H R. F. Hayward, c. Sanford, B. Hnd
Hl il ilrrmnn 34
I ' ' A. E. Hoarc. b. Stanley 2S
f ; W. II. Nightingale, c Sanford, h. W.
, -( Haddermun 22
J. W. Young, b. W. Haddcrman..; !
! H. Hoare. run out 2S
Alexander Colli?, c. and b. Thomas 6
H. Jackson, c Smurthwalto, b. T.
I In yes 1
G. II. Knauff. b. Wilson 3
D. Reed. b. Wilson 0
Byo 1. leg byes 1, widos 2 4
' ; Total , HI
.- Ogden First Innings,
' A. Standing, c Jackson, b. A. Collls... 11
.' J. T. Thomiis. b. Nightingale 0
' ' ft. Wilson, b. William Hoare 10
W. H. Jones, b. William Hoare 11
' AV. White, c. Jackson, b. William Hoaro l
M. Shlplen, c. Hayward. b. William
) ' Hoarc : 0
, ..ii T. Hayes, c. A. E. Hoarc. b. William
i ( Hoaro 9
, T. Smith, b, W. Hoaro 9
; I ), A. T. McPhcrson ; 1
, A. Is". Walters, b. W. Hoare 1
1 (' Woolston slumped Jackson, b. W.
' . ' Hoare 0
, Byes 1, wldcs 2 3
Total , 7ci
'n Ogdon Second Innings.
!J! J. Thomas, a R. Hoarc, b. Nightingale. 0
, A. T. McPhcrson. b. J. W. Young.. ..... 25
IW. White, b. J. AV. Young 0
A. Standing, b. Knauff C
AVIlson, c. Rold, b. J. AV. Young 0
Jonon. run out 19
, . W. Hadderman, b. R. AV. Honro 2
, . M. Shlpler. not out 1
la T. Hayc slumped Jackson, b. TL IL
;?T Hoare 3
T. Smurthwalto. hit wicket n
lid' 4 A. M. AValtor. run out ' 7
' Byes o
V Total C3
I ,; fj'J Cricket Match in London.
1 j! ,9 LONDON. July 2C.-In the cricket match
, iff today between Boston School and Havcr-
I ford. tho. former made 1D0 runs In their
1 2' S ,,rflt lnhig and tho latter, at tho close of
J'lny. had mado CO runs for one wicket
i i jfl dovn In their llrst Inning.
I POLLY GAR WINS.
Defeats Nigger Boy in a Nock-nnd-
Neck Race nt Ogden.
Spaclal to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, July K. Tlio feature ' of tho
racing meet at tho county fnlr grounds
Monday was tho content between Polly
Gar and Nlggor Boy In tho 2:22 clasB. Tho
last heat was the prettiest harness raco
over seen on the track, tho horses bclnp
neck and nock tho entire distance. Polly
Gar winning by a nose. A crowd attended
nnd tho winners were loudly cheered
2:3 class Queen R. won in straight
li!ts, Bestlc Doud second. Pearl R. third
Time 2;3G, 2;34H. 2.3C. '
2:22 claBS-PolIy Gar won In straight
Tlme2g2:2S 2i35CCOn'1, Um thlrd-
Thrco-clght'hs "of" a mile dash-Llttlc
A alf won. Pert second. Time. ;3S'A.
Half mllo dash-Sleepy Tom won, John
M.ackpy Bccond. Tlmo, :D2. 1
Qiiartcr-mllo saddle race Bolt won
Madgo second. Time. :27.
I TEN BIG RACES.
K4 H . ino Lay's Sport on the Course nt
) M Blackfoot.
M BLACICFOOT, Ida., July 28. A pro-
' H gramme of ten big races was run on In
; H BlacJcfoot Monday In tho presonco of a
f ' fm 'argo crowd. The finishes were all close.
i furnishing one of the tlnest day'o rucliiK
M ever seen In the state. In a flve-furlons
H :acc Charles Lamar won an exciting race
of 1:03,. which Is a now recorder half-
I H mile tracks ln Idaho.
I D H At the Meadows.
I I .SfLAT?,Lf Waah Jul' W.-Summao'
M at the Meadows: J
KM , F,rt' f0 o and 0n-half furlongs, sell-
H mg Trap Shootor won, George Black
II second. Cayucas third. Time. :D5W.
I w Second, sovon furlongs. selllng-Mounte-
J 1 'hTrdTPmo?! S0COnU'
fl-ffl . Th,.?'. UY0' and onc-h-ilf furlongs, sell.
lnK Eldi:?(1, Almoner second. Allco
I 'in H -arey third. Tlmo. 1:03.
IHB . Fourth, ono mllu and fifty vords. sell-
Il I lnfrlfaT?,Jn7:4i.Ir0l,d0 nd'
41 M TPtth' flvo fuflon?,3. selllng-Nonlc won
1 I roommr 3,cond' 'otma- .third. Time!
!! Tiil ?,l,n' m'Jo.and one hundretl yards.
!.ym I At St. Louis Fair Grounds,
f I I ST- LOi,riS Jul' M -Falr Grounds' sum-
M mary: First race, four and a half fur.
H longs, selling La Princes won. Cernovn.
f I fcond. Stella M. third. Time. :6CX
f Second race, six furlongs, piirBC-lMar-
B ! 1UJb do Carabas won, Hubbard second
I U Iiob CurI tnlrd- T,m. 115. accona,
I ID Third race, five and a half furlones
I H puree Lorctta M. won, Bradcn second,
fuse to recognize RiiRsIa'a extended list
of contraband and will speedily de
mand a limitation to articles reason
ably contraband ln order to protect her
large oriental commercial Interests.
It Is expected that Great Britain will
protest against the sinking of tho
Knight Commander and demand trial
for seized British steajners and that
Germany will make a second and more
The AMndlvbstok warships are hover
ing about tho courso of tho steamers
from San Francisco probably with the
hope of overhauling the liner Korea.
AA'arning, however, has been glvon to
the Korea and she has a chance of
eluding the Russians.
There will probably bo other seizures
King's Trophy third. Time. 1:07.
Fourth rac. ono mile First Mnson won.
Old Stono second, Just So third. Time,
Fifth race, one mile, nurso SIk Shooter
won, Bas d'Or socond, Light Opora third.
Sixth raco. mllo and seventy yards, sell
ingKing's Court won. Lomon Girl sec
ond. Second Mato third. Tlmo, 1:41.
TELEPHONE TEAM DEFEATED.
Eureka Too Much for tho Boll Visi
tors From Salt Lake.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA, July 2C The Boll Telophono
tenm of Salt Lake fallnd to scoro against
tho Eureka team horo Monday. Tho Eu
roka nine piled up 22 runs. The visitors
I knew they had llttlo or no chanco of win
ning after their defeat 06 yesterday," but
went Into tho gamo with n determination
to mako as good a showing as posslblo,
but Cook, tho first man up for the Eu
reka tenm In the first Inning, took all tho
crimp out of tho Telcphonltes by swotting
the ball out over tho center fence for a
homo run. This seemed to bo the signal
for tho Miners to hit tho ball and run,
and the'run-goltlng might have beon kept
up Indefinitely. The Telephone team tried
four slab artists, Plngrce, Adams, Ash
and Soder. In tho order named, but wcro
unable to keep the red uniforms of tho
Miners from Hitting around tho diamond,
Chlvrell. ln the box for the locals, pitched
professional ball anil had good support
throughout tho came. Ho allowed the
visitors but four safo hits and struck out
twcivo men. uniy once was there any
danger of the Telephone team scoring,
nnd then McFarland pulled down a hard
ono Jn tho left field and rotlrcd tha side.
Scoro by Innings:
Eureka 2S2 0Cr 00 22
Telephone 000 000 000 0
Batteries Eureka, Chlvrell and J
Hcuser: Telephone, Plncrcc, Adams. Ash
Soder nnd Swcenoy. Hits, off Chlvroll l'
off Plngrce 5, oft Adams 3. off Ash 3 ofT
Soder 2. Struck out. by Chlvrell 12,' by
Soder 1. First base on balls, off Adam
1. otf Ash 2. Loft on bases, Eureka 4
Telephone S. Hit by pitched ball, King.
J. Housur and Chlvrell of Eureka. Home
run. Cook of Eureka. Two-base hits.
Chlvrell and Hcuser of Eureka. Umpire
Thomas. Attendance, 300.
Tho Eureka team has plirvod thirteen
games this soason, winning all but two.
BICYCLE RACES AT PROVO.
Archibald Wine the One-Milo Utah
PROA'O, July 2C. Pioneer day at Provo
passed pleasantly. No special programme
was prepared, consequently the citizens
went to the resorts. A crowd witnessed
tho bicycle races, which proved to bo slow
on account of the condition of tho track
Perhaps the one-mile Utah county
championship event was tho ono about
which the most Interest centered. There
were five entries, Graham. Thomas, Tan
ner, Archibald and Coc. Tho event was
won by Archibald. Time, 2:3C. Ho was
awarded a gold medal. Archibald also
won tho half-mile Utah countv handicap
In 1:12. 1 '
In the half-mile open professional there
were six entries. Samuelson finishing
first. Lcyland sccono, Hopper third. Time,
In the final professional ono-milo open,
there were five entries: Samuelson. AVI1
llams, Collctt, Leyland and Burrls. This
was a good event. Samuelson and Burrls
finished together, whllo AVilllams camo
second. Collett third, , Lcyland fourth,
There were two entries In the five-mile
motor raci Samuelson and Smith. Tho
latter won In 10:10.
Tho two-mllo motor-paced race between
Samuelson and Collctt resulted In favor
of tho latter.
Thoro were three entries In tho business
mens race. Reese, Ralph Archibald. Sr.
and rnc-ld Dixon. Reese took tho event
and the keg of beer which was given as
CALLED ON PRESIDENT.
Senator Millard nnd M. H. DeYoung
Visitors at Oyster Bay.
OYSTER BAA'. L. I., July 3.-Included
among President Roosevelt's callers yes
terday were United States Senator .Millard
of Nebraska and M. II. DeYoung of San
Francisco. Tho President will leave for
AVoshlngton on Thursday to remain until
August 20, when he will return to Saga
raoro hill for another bIx weeks.
Senator Mlllanl. afU-r hle.r.all on the
Picsldont. said he had told Mr, Roosevelt
of tho Intense Interest Western -Republicans
arc manifesting ln the situation ln
Now Aork State. Ho said they" aro unani
mous in honing that Ellhu Root will be
nominated for Governor, as Mr. Root Ih
very popular throughout the Central
TV est. Senator Millard said In his own
s, .t(? Mr- Bryan expected to mako a
whirlwind campaign ln tffe hopo that ho
might win tho legislature to secure for
himself election to tho United States
faenate. "Mr. Bryan's hope is a vain one,
in my judgment," said Mr. Millard, "but
ho will make tho effort. His fight will
bo centered on tho legislative ticket, for
I doubt If oven he thinks the Democrats
ffV FR.rry hraska on tho Presidential
Mr. Do Young who has Just returned
rrom a. trip to Europe, oxpreased confl
conco that the Pacltla States would retrls
ter their electoral votes for Roosevelt and
Fairbanks. "Our people aro wonderfully
prosporous." hu said. " and they want no
change." Mr. Do Young will leave for
ban 1-ranclsco tho latter part of tho week
tormor Governor W. Murray Cruno of
Massachusetts arrived hero on un own
V?ff l. n and Is an overnight guest of the
President at Sagamore Hill.
HIS NERVE FAILED HIM.
Man Makes Desperate Attempt at
Suicide, Then Calls for Help.
OLYMPIA. AVash.. July 2C. Although
ho slashed his throat and wrists, stabbed
himself In the arms In several places and
then sot fire to his house, II. J. AVilken'
oon s effort to commit sulcldo at Little
Rock was a failure. AVhen the house be
Kin to burn AVilkenson'a nerve failed him
Neighbors, aroused by his cries, rescued
h m and brought him to this city for sur-
fatal. AVllkenson Is 73 years of age and
rtniQl?ne- nDrondency. aggravated by
Suction attempt at sclf-dc-
and whatever be the determination of
the legal questions Involved, or what
ever diplomatic action muy be taken, It
Is confidently believed here that the
seizures will create a feeling of intense
Irritation -and unfriendliness ngalnst
Russia In America. England and Ger
many. Japan Is anxious to localize the com
bat and avoid involving other powers
but views with unfriendliness the acts
of aggression against friendly neutrals
and treaty violations disadvantageous
to herself. In tho latter connection Ja
pan regards the nfTalr of tho passage
of the volunteer fleet through the Dar
danelles as of moro Importance than
the act-; of the vessels subsequent to
"Wins Almost ns Ho Pleases in
the One-Mile Scratch
In two straight heats. W. E. Samuel
son last night defeated George Collett
of New York City, ln a ono-mlle match
race. Samuelson rode ln great form
and won almost as lie pleased. Collett
rode a same raco and followed "Sam"
closely until the bell clanged for the
sprint. Then the Provo speed marvel
cut loose and left his competitor nearly
n quarter of a lap ln the rear. The
tlmo for the hoats waB 2:01 and 2:00 3-5.
The featuro of the evening was the
five-mile handicap lap ruoe for the pro
fessionals which was won by Samuel
son. Sam led the bunch most of the
way and at the flnlflh developed a
sprint that was remarkable. After rid
ing well In front most of the way tho
"Pride of Provo" rodo the lost two
laps at 11 pace that would bring terror
to a quarter-miler. "Pedlar" Palmer
came second, Holllstcr third, Stevens
fourth and Acorn fifth. Time 10:36 1-5.
AVelser and AVest copped llrat money
in the amateur tandem race after lead
ing all tho way. Thc3e riders received
a liberal handicap and the scratch rid
ers were unable to como close. Tho
time for the two miles was 3:19 3-5.
Arllcox and Castro wore second, Tato
and Ellswood third and Redman bro
Carl Redman again showed his rear
wheel to the "ams" in the half-mile
open event, Ellswo'od was second and
Agrnz third. Time, 1:01.
In tho flve-mlle "pro" race, Ilnrdv
Collett received bftd falls. Collctt game
ly remounted and attempted to over
take the bunch but they had secured
a good lend and tho New Yorker could
not get up.
At Brighton Beach.
.NEW YORK, July 2G. Brighton Beach
summary: First race, mllo nnd a six
teenth Champlaln won. King Rnlno sec
ond. Nino Spot third. Time, 1:43 3-5.
Second race, stceplechaso. about two
miles Good dnd Plenty won. Mvstlc
Shrlner second. Trok third. Time. 4.30 3-5
Third race, six furlongs Britisher won,
Glorlflcr second, Torchcllo third. Time
Fourth race, tho Seagull stakes, six fur
longsGraceful won, Marmco aecond
Possession third. Time, 1:15.
Fifth raco. handicap, mile nnd a fur
long Keynoto won. April Shower second
Himself third. Time1, 1:55.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Meadow Horn won, Golowln second
Sportsman third. Time. 1:14.
Results nt Hawthorne.
CHICAGO, July M-IIawthornc sum
mary Ilrst race, five and a half fur
longH The Belle won, Monlco second
Capitano third. Time. 1:0S 35.
Second race, short, course, steeplechase
Creolln won. Sweot Jane second. Golden
Way third. Time. 2:4S. iu-u
Third race, mllo and a slxteonth, July
selling stakes Anias won. Huzzah sec
ond, AVartnlcht third. Time, 1:47 -
Fourth race, mile and seventy ard
Sweetie won. Freckman second. Edwnnl
Halo third. .Time. 1:4G 4-5. -"""ru
Fifth race, seven furlongs-A-'Iola won,
Taplola second. AVenrlck third Tlmo
1 2S 2-6.
Sixth race, six furlonps-The Crisis won'
Frontcnac second. Skillful third Tlmo'
1:13 4-5. " mc'
HOT IN 'PORTLAND.
Mercury Crawls Up Toward the Top
of the Thermometer.
PORTLAND. Or., July 2C.-Thc mercury
reached 100 degrees at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon, according to the thermometer
e u",lod . States weather bureau.
Shortly after that hour a strong south
wind arose and by 10 o'clock tonight the
thermometer had gono down to about 75
degrees. This Is next to the hottest day
ever experienced in Portland, the highest
recorded temperature being 102 decree'
In July 1E31. The heat ws neither un
pleasant nor objectionable, and business
of nil kinds was continued without Inter,
WILL CONFER IN DENVER.
Livo Stock Growers and Special Land
Commission to Hold Conference.
DENA'ER. Colo., July 25. Extensive
preparations aro being made bv the Na
tional Llvo-Stock association for the meet
ng which will bo huhl at Its headquarters
In this city on August 3. i and 5 botween
htockmon representing every State and
Territory in the West and a special land
commission. The secretary of the asso-'
elation is today ln receipt of a telecram
lrpm Washington that Secretary AVIlson
will attend the commission and attend
Dye Works Destroyed.
PROVIDENCE. R. I.. July 2C The
Turkey ned dye works at Belief on t
live miles north of this city, were, de
stroyed by lire" this morning. Loss
$200,000. ' '
. Data for Botkin Trial.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2C.-Mrs Cor
dclla Botkin appeared In court today to
answer to the charge of murdering Mrs
Ida Henrietta Deanc of Dover. Del. Su
perior Judge Dunn set the case for triil
on August 15.
Condition of the Treasury.
AVASH1NGTON. July 23,-Todav's state
ment of -tho treasury shows: Available
cash balanco, J145,753,CvS;.gold, $4G,S70,S13
SALT LAKER DEAD !N
AMERICAN FORK CANYON
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. July 2fi.-From the
powcr-houso lu American Fork canyon
last night camo tho report that a man,
supposed to be Peter Van Houten of 455
East Eleventh South stroet. Salt Lako
City, n mining prospector, had been found
dead ln Der creek. The man had evi
dently beon dead for throe or four days.
This was definitely ascertained by" Shrlfr
Harmon and City Marshal Lagsdcn. who
loft hero last evening at 10 o'clock. Tho
man was about 70 years old and camo to
his death through heart failure. Mr, Aran
Ingly good prospect near Silver Lako
fiat, had his two sons engagwl in work
ing the prospect, and hod taken two pck
horses nnd started out' to Reniro Mipplles
for the mine at Amorlcan Fork. On Fri
day lat. after securing hi supplies, ho
started to return. AVhen about eight miles
up Deer Creek, a branch of American
Fork canyon, Mr. Ann Houten evidently
stopped for a rest or a meal, tying his
one horse, which was heavily laden, to
a tree and leaving tho other horso loose.
Ho nought a shady place. He leaned
against tho trunk of a tree, and It was In
this posture that he died.
AVhen the Marshal and Shoriff arrived
at tho scene Mr. Lageden proceeded on
up the gulch to where the mlno Is located
to notlty the two sons of their father's
death. They hod been oxpectlng him sinco
Thursday, but. thinking nothing serious
of his delay, they did not start out to
search for him.
Harmon and Lagsdon sent Undertaker
Anderson up with a coffin. Tho body will
bo brought hero for shipment to Salt
Tho body wan discovered by Peter
Petoraon of Lohl. who. with his family,
wan onjoylng an outing ln tho canyon.
After discovering the dead man ho camo
post haste down the canyon to the powor
plant, where he notified City Marshal
iagauen of the find.
Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Ilnlllday of Pleasant
Grove spoilt Pioneer day ns the guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Robinson.
The pioneer reunion of tho sons and
daughters which was held hero today was
one of tho most successful and largoly
attended reunions which tho association
has held during the tlmo since Its or
ganization. Tho beautiful Apollo was
crowded to its doors.
The pioneer visitors camo ln over tho
San Pedro. Los Angeles & Salt Lake at
0 25. accompanied by the Pleasant Grovo
Silver orchestra, which ushered them Into
American Fork with music. .Thoy pro
ceeded to tho Apollo, where, on entering,
every porson was prosontcd with a badge
which entitled each one to all privileges
of tho day. Beginning nt 10 o'clock tho
morning progrummo was rondcred, which
was as follows-
Singing, "Oh. Yo Mountains High"....
yer S. L. Chipman
Led by Miss Nollic Forbes "of
AddroBo of AVolcomc
.....Mayor J. II. Clarko
RcEponse Hon, Reed Smoot
fopff-v: Spanish Fork Young Ladles
Provldonco of God Over Our Pioneer
Fathers" j. Golden Kimball
Song Miss Ethel Hlndloy
W- E. Clarko. Pleasant Grovo
Guitar and Mandolin Club
M , Led by Prof. E. D. Partrldgo
"Experionco Crossing tho Plains"....
...,.,..., Mrs, Mabel Pratt AVarnor
"The First Harvest in Utah"
'X, V,"; Pnyson Quartetto
"Tho First School ln Utah"
Pror. G. F. Hickman
SJ1p: Vt' M,3H Arvlllo Clarko
Our Hopes for Uie Future"
WA President J. F. Smith
Song, "Come, Come, Yo Saints"
. y Congregation
At tnls meeting it was announced that
there were prosent thirty of tho original
lWi pioneers and ono that came with tho
first company with Brlgham Young. Mr.
Glenson of Plensant Grove.
Tho former reunions wcro announced ns
having been held as follows: Two at
Proyo, ono each nt Sprlngvllle. Spanish
Fork Payson. Pleasant Grovo and nt
Tho noticeable fcaturoa of tho decora
tions were the early Indian wigwams and
Immediately after tho progrommo a
social handshapo and seeing the town was
indulged In. At 1:30 until 3 o'clock the
many pioneer visitors wcro escorted to the
now Harrington school building, where
about &00 partook of a banquet, after
which they returned to tho Apollo and
those so disposed danced some of the old
time dances and made merry. At C o'clock
the visitors or most of them returned to
their homes rejoicing ln a pleasant re
union. Mr. and Mrs. AAr. E. Dunkley of Salt
Luko City nre visiting here with parents
and other relatives.
Mrs. D. P Beebo of Provo spent yester
day and today as un American Fork visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Attic AVooton of Heber
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. G II
Mrs. Emma AVclls and Mr. and' mVs. A. I
G. Beebe of Provo are tho guests of Mr I
and Mrs. Thomas Bnrratt, Sr.. for a few
John Myers and Peter Adamson enrae
down from Idaho last evening, where they
have spent the past four months Inspect
ing different parts oft tho State In ouest
of a suitable plac& to move.
Miss Sadie Crahm of Provo Is the cuest
of Miss Ming Houston, who is home from
Provo for a fow days.
A Jolly crowd, composed of the follow
ing, spent yesterday Inspecting the big
pumps, which aro at work on the Jordan
river: Mrs. Emma AVells and Mrs. D P
Boebe, both of Provo. and Mr. Thomas J
Barralt and Mrs. Ellen Barratt
.t-A ,s?.clal. Avaa I,Jycd last evening by
me lunowing gnosis or iUrs. W. II Gard
nor: Mr. and .Mrs A. G. Boebe. Mra D
P. Beebe and Mrs. Emma 'AVoIls. all of
Provo: also Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Gard
ner. Mr. nnd Mrs. Heber Barratt. Mr and
Mrs. John Myors. Misses La Prlcl Gard
ner. Mae Barratt and Charlotte Barratt
At S o'clock a nlco luncheon was served"
where the lloral decorations of sweet peas
and honeysuckles harmonized with tho
dainty china. Mr. D. P. Boebe of Provo
won tho prizo for wit and art of mlmlclmr
Miss Lizzie Thomas, daughter of Prof
Thomas of Salt Lake, came horo lost
evening to spent a short stav with Mr
and Mrs. Joseph J. Jackson. "
George Elsmore. who It was reported
some tlmu back had boon klllod near Oc
don. camo home last evening quite sur
prised to hear of his death.
Albert Gardner. Arvll Mcrqar, MIshqw
Maa AVagstaff nnd May Kelly returned
this evening from a pleasant vacation ln
James II. Barratt. Jr., came home from
Bingham luct evening to spond Pioneer
day with relatives.
Miss Bertha Turner of American Fork
and lrnnk Urocard of Bingham were
married the latter part of Ut week. They
will make their home In Bingham.
Taken to Her Last E-esting Place.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA. July 25. The funeral services
or Mrs. L. T. Johnson, who died Friday.
vorc conducted from the L.. D. S. church
this afternoon. The deceased was the
UNION OR NON-UNION?
Question, Says Capt. Sewell, Must Be
Settled Without Evasion.
WASHINGTON, July 20. F. S.
Keysmlth, an attorney for the strik
ing bricklayers at AVashlngton bar-,
racks, declares that Taylor was em
ployed In violation of the civil sorvlco
rules and that unless Taylor is dis- j
charged he (Smith) Is going to' protest
to President Roosovelt. Taylor was ap
pointed, he declares, after his eligibili
ty to appointment hsul expired.
The detect In his standing, according
to Capt. Sewell, Isi charge of tho con
struction work, was not dlacovored un
til after the trouble had occurred and
Taylor then re-registered, so that he Is
Capu Sewell, In a letter to Mr. Key
smith, says: "The queotion of union or
non-union work has sot to be settled
without any evasion of tho Issue some
day. If tho unions are able to estab
lish their position that a non-union
man cannot work with them on Gov
ernment work, then day labor work In
tho present United States Is forever at
PERISH IN COLLISION.
Two Persons Killed, Sevornl Injured
INDIANAPOLIS, July. 2C Two per
sons were killed and several injured
ln a collision between a southbound
Els Four passenger train and a west
bound Prospuct-BIake electric car at
AVashlngton and Missouri stroots lost
Samuel Romans, about 60 years old.
Mrs. AYlllIam J. Harris, colored, 40
Mamie Otwell, 21 years old.
Helen Mendcnhall, aged ii.
The locomotive struck the front of
the electric car, throwing It a distance
of twenty feet to one side, its direction
being almost revorsed. Tho truln waH
stopped within a fow yard3 of Wash
ington streot and tho crew assisted In
oloarlng the wreckage and caring for
the ln4ured. j
THREE INDIANS KILLED,
Fight Between Ecdmon and Cowboys;
Several of Latter Woundpd.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
HARLEM, Mont., July 2G. News
has reached here of a shootlntr af
fray at Rocky Point, ln tho Bad Lando
ui me .uisBuun river, m3i x rioay, in
which three rnen. all Indians, nre enld
to have been killed. Several cowboys
were wounded, one, It Is believed, fa
tally. The trouble la eald to havo been
started by a half-breed named Brown.
Brown and several Indians wero on
their way to the Crow recurvation, and
stopped for a time at Rocky PolnL
There they began drinking and playing
poker with some cowboys. A disagree
ment ensued and this led to the use of
weapons. AArhen the smoke cleared
away it was found that Brown. AloysluB
Chandler and an Arapahoe Indian wero
dead, their bodies being literally filled
An investigation of the affair will be
made nt once by the officers of the
Fort Logan agency here. Rocky Point
Is eighty miles south of Harlem, and
communication with that place la im
possible unless by carrier.
BRAVE ACT OF ENGINEER.
Saves a Snnta Fo Passenger Train
SAN BERNARDINO, Cal.. July 2C
Engineer Freeman of the Santa-Fe rail
road saved the pnssengory of overland
train No. 2 last night by a highly cour
ageous act. The train was ca-stbound
and was loaded with hundreds of pas
sengers, many of whom were en route to
the St. Louis exposition. AVhen the
train was at a otandsHill the locomotive
suddenly became enveloped in rmoke.
Something got wrong with the oil feed
er and there was no means of shutting
off the How of oil. Freeman thereupon
Jumped Into the blazing1 cab. waded
through the burning oil and reaching the
throttle sent the engine down the track
stopping only when he had reached a
point where It was safe to havo the fire
burn itself out without danger to sur
Bristow's Boy a Bnll Plnyer.'
TERRE HAUTE. Ind.. July 6 i
Sherman Bristow, 21 years old, son of
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General U.
Bristow, was signed tonight as short- p
stop for tho Grand Rapids baseball V
team. Bristow has been playlnp; base- $
ball under the name of Sherman 3
daughter of Mrs. Prank Cook and ono of
the best known young women ln the city H
Sho had been 111 of consumption brought a
on by a severe cold. b"1
ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF
KEEPING OPIUM JOINT
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Utah. July 2C.-Chlef Brown
ing and Officers Slecth and Smyth havo
arrested a man named J. Cohen and a
woman known ln police circles as
"Sheeney" Nell, for maintaining an
opium Joint. Cohan was released on 5100 :
ball and tho woman on S2S bail.
The Short Line and North Ogdcn ball
teams croseed bats at Glcnwood today,
tha former winning by a scdro of 11 to 5.
A man named Parker was arrested to
day for appropriating a buggy aeat. H0
was relcawd on itO ball.
Pioneer dny was exceedingly quiet In
OKden. Bu.lneaa Iioumi closed, and tho
rwople flocked to the canyon rVorh. Utah
Hot Springs and other retreats:
Marguret daughter of Mr. and Mra. w.
? m??0?" Um1 ln'". ;rlw of diphtheria
straH y rco,tlcnc' C1 Thrty-nrat
Born on Pioneer Day.
Special to The Tribune.
SANTAQUIN July Sfc-Mrs. O. F. Mc
terdayf1"' h t9 a lXnt bRbr
Thrown From His Horso A?7hilc Hiding-,
Landing on Back of
OYSTER DAY. July 9S. President
Roosevelt had a narrow escapo from se
vere Injury if not death while out riding
on Wednesday Inot. He was thrown from
his horse, shooting over tho animal's head
Into tha raod. He landed on the baok of
his head and neck and that tho shock did
not break hlB neck Is a miracle. As It
was ha was little more than stunned for
a second. He got to his foat before Mrs.
Roojovelt. who acoompanlod him on hlB
trip, could even dismount, and. although
a Hi lie dizzy, assured her he was all
right. Within tlfteen minutes tho Presl-
dmt was on his hor.o nr-nin
as though nothing had ha5n !f M
Prceldent Roosevoit was v?1 j9
that nothing be prlr u,l abomy. 9
dent. lie roarded it as afl tM
and was afraid It would bo v ,JJ 9
but ln some unknown wai' iE
out. J th atS
Longwood Tennis Tournan, 'fl
BOSTON, July VS-Thc nn
wood tennis tournamr,t win
A. E. Bell, tho rallfcrrjontS
made an excellent imnr -seion
match without dlflh jR, ??' nwjM
II. Miller i-2. C-l, 6-2. ' 10 dtM
Merry del Vnl Still In H
ROME. July ,2-Tlie Ossrvn M
mano, the Vatican organ drMrM
port published by the Vibu 4
that Cardinal Mrry dl A'nf
Secretary of Siato. has tAJi1.
v7111 Protest Against SewS
DERLIN, July 20.-Dlctcr
Ballln of the HamburSGtW
says orders havo bo-n IcIcrTiTiM
commander of thp romS. MB
Scandia at Port Said to rf,L?,
inand after lodging a protest ae,UM
seixure of tho vessel bv tl P,li,lUaW
to continue the voyng- to tho frP M
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