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I,; 1 V. eiders .Had Ail but Thrown
' 1 ' -Gams Away; I imely Play .
1 ' ' , Saved Thsm,
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By a Score of- Nine to Eight
'Salt Lnke Finally Downs
' ,- ' . ' , Boiso. x "I
PACIFIC .NATIONAL LEAGUE.
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Standing- of the Clubs. :
r. v. Li. p.C!
Poise 85 -JS 37 .GOV
Spokane SL -J7 37.. -.MO,
ST -Salt Lake1 "''40 ,.J10
Yesterday's Games, . . (,
Halt Lake. 9. Eolae S. ;i
- Butto 2,LSpplttlnc 4." .' ! ,x
'.'Dad" Clark's clever steal to tho platw ,
Iri- tho elevonih" 'in'ning won yesterday'?
jjpmo for tlc Elder?, after Ithsd,,, been.
''.11 bur fhrowSt '' away'' toIcCloskoy's
Frul'f Pickers, .With two men- .down and
two strikes on. the- batter.. Clark started"
I from 'third- with 'the BOIso slab artist's
arm, and by a desperate slide rcaqhed
the plato Ih safety:' It was one of tho
headiest plays of the season and tho El.i
""dcr'capfahYwas given 'an ov'a.'t'lon"Tby tha
, fans' ' ' 1 ' v
'.! , -. ' Tried to Hand It Back. 1
. -.SaltVljako won the game in the first In
:. plngy, but .later attempted to. hand it back
to, tho Infants. Six i-uns were made off
Thompson In the opening inning and. un
'V tiie e(hth only two' Boise runners
" reached homo. Esslck relaxed In the '
Qlg'hth and ninth and Kavcraway nine safe
... hits. These netted - tho northerners, six
Irnns and maxle the scor eight all. The
tfcntli and eleventh Innings' wore blanks
;. for .the-.vlsltors,
r' " ' ' ." ;With. Infield Hit.
Clark opened up Tor the Saints In tha
flovcnth.wtth a;i fntield hit to Jlummond.
T-hO hitter made 11 low throw, but Clark
Jwl the -ball beaten out. . Weed followed
with' a single.' but went out a moment
' later on Hanson's short hit t6 'Babbitt,
.which .the Infants turned Into a double.
Clark In the meantime had reached third.
Tozor fouled u ccjjple and Starkell was
, .preparing to, dish up auolher one when
Clark" made a dash for tho plat ' The
;J3oIso pitcher made a Vain attempt to
head him off, but the Elder .captain hit
the ground and beat the throw by a nar
row margin, 'winning the' game.
1 JEssIck pitched tho .entire game for the
..locals any except in the eighth and ninth
( 'behaved well. Thompson pitched but One
- inrilng 'arid was replaced by Starkell. The
(- latter 'kept his Jilts pretty well' scattered.
' - .YThree. clever doubles were pulled off dur
ing the game., Followlnc la the score:
I : H-'. " -The Score. v. -BOISE.
A.B. R. II. P.O. A. E.
Weaver, cf 5 2 'l li 0 0
"Reljackcy. 11) 5 l 1 jr,1 , 2 0
Marshall, rf C 1' ' 1 0 ' 1
( ' O'Connell. 2b ....'.C 14 17 0
Houtz, If TiV 1 . z ' 2 0 ; 0
Hammond, 3b S 1 2 1 U- 0
Hanson, c 5 02 - 4- 1 in1
Babbitt, ss .....r;. 5 ,; 0 2 2 0 1
Thqmpson. 1 '.. 0 0 0, 0 1 0
' Starkelli' p..; 5" 1 -2 l1 3 0
' f . "l ,, j '
ri. Totals .'.t..M7 S' 20. 32 22 " 2
' 1 " A."B. K. 1L P.O. A. 13.
Mullor. If. G 0 1 1 2 0
'Clark' lb .l..5' 2 2' 10 I! 0
AVeed; 3b . G 2 ...i .1 2 0
Hausen. c 1 l 2 G . .2 0
. Tozcr, rf ..r, 1,-1- 1 0 0
.3elmu.5. 2b 5 1 2.. 2 C U
Bruyettc, s.s 0 '2' 3 '37 5 0
I'orsjytho, c'f H 0' 2 1' 1 0
Jensen, cf 0' 0- 0 0' 0 "0
. Esslck, p '.. 5 0 .2 2 4 0
Totals .40 0 19 33 23 0
Scoru by innings
Boise 001, 010 033 03 ft
Salt Lako CIO 010 000 01 a
. - Earned runs, Boise. 0; Salt Lake, 7; sac
rifice .hits. Clark. Hausen; stolen bases,
' Boise, 0; Salt Lake, S; bases on balls, oft
RfiBlck,' 3; two-base hits, arshall, Houl:i;
three-base hit, Hammond; double playa,
M'oed to Hausen to Clarlc: Mullcr to Del
l mas; Babbit to O'Cohnu'n to ICcllackev;
struck out. by isslck, 4; by Starkells. 'l;
wild pilches, Starkells; time of game, 2.20.
' Umpire, Davis. Attendance, 2G0.
Twenty-Eive-Cent Baseball. v
To the Sporting Editor of The Tribune:
'-ls it not about time that the Salt Lake
City Baseball club was beginnint; to see
1 tho error of Its way and roduco t:io price
I of admission to tho ball games? It 'looks
' bad for a city the slzo of Salt lakc to
turn out a crowd of from 100 to 00 per
sons to see a gume of ball, and this, too,
with .a. population 75,000 Inhabitants,
in no city in tho East, with one or two
exceptions, arc the prices u steep ns thc
are here, and tho article of ball played
'must be admitted to be superior to that
played In the Paclllc National league.
Chicago, whiQh supports two teams,
turns ouV an average of 0W0 nC-rsons on
Iwock uavs ana from 1S.C00 .to 22,000 on
Sundays, and three-fourths of these
1 .crowds, are 23-cent admissions. The city
of Washington, where no Sundav games
arc 'played und whero the team oprcsent
, iDg that city has only won eighteen games
thus jar this season; never turns cut less
1 , .than a 1000 rooters and' fans
; It's the bleacherlte3 and fans of base-
balldom that kvep tip tho Interest in the
game, and now Is the lime 1o try tbo tv-
, . .jierlmcnt and .get out of the- hole." It's
, worth a trial anyway. R, OOTEJt
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! f CANNOT COLLECT TAXES.
' , , . .
iSilver Bow County Treasurer En
j - ' joined.
' 1 . ' BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 4.-Tho temporary
j .Injunction -granted, to . the Montana Ora
I Purchasing company last December, re
I 1 . straining County Treasurer James Mahor
! . 1 -from collecting taxes from it, was , today
I made, permanent by a decision handed
I ( down by Judge Harney. Tho case orlgi-
iiatcd last January. In a deflcicney found
1 In the return of the net )roceedij of tho
P.tana Ore Purchoslnt; company'8
. mines. Tho return of the not' proceeds of
SuOl'r. and In this a deficrencv of S2I2U0C
1 ' i was; found, arid that mim added to tho jw
sossment b- tlio Board of Equalization
, for the year 150?. THo. taxes on this, with'
,the..ponaltIes attached, now amount to-
"n bout coo;- The 'case, Will now g6 before
J l tUo, Supreme' court. 1 : - - j
"J-j y- " -i.tl
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Split Even at Chicago.
NEW YORK, Aug. 4 -Chicago won tho
tlrrtt Kiiin.', which was full of brilliant
Melding. A wild throw by McGInnlty and
bunched lilts, by Chicago defeated New
York. Brosnhh's batting, aided by er
rors, gavo ,New York tho second game.
.'SCORE FJ.BST GAME.
. S . ' -. R. 11. E.
Chicago .-. W 210' CM- 3 7. 2
New York. . ..f.k... .(ICOIW 001- 2 7 2
Batteries Wnlmor and Kllng; McGbi
. nliv and. Warrion- Two-base hit, Casoy
Throe-base hit, Tinker; Base nn balls, off
McGInnlty 2, off Weimer 5. Struck out,
by McClnpity .2.- .Umpires,- Emsllo, and
O'Day. ' ' "' ' "
- SCORE. SECOND-GAME.
-T-. n. II. E.
-Chicag( 600 000 000- (I f I
;:.lw..YJ3rk .'....r?K :t r. 1
Batteries Brown and O'Neill; Taylor
L -irfiil 'Bfflvtfrjm'ihf.. BiVse 0li'.'J)i(I)s. off. Brown .
1. Struck out, by Taylor 3, by Brown 4.
UnuMrd.Em!jI!o niid p'Day. '
Chicago,. 10: Washington, 1.
CHICAGO. Aug. l.-By defeating Wash
.ington today and owing .to. Boston's d
' 'feat at Cleveland; Chicago bok llrst place
Jnthe racq for th. American league pen
nant. , Attendance, 3000. Scro:
.Chicago. 22000 1 p2-10 11 0
Washington ....... ..COO sJ'OOl-1, G -V
. Bnttorlcs Sraltli an(V McFarland;, Pat-
"ton.' anU .Clarke. ' . ,
' l)Qtr;oit,: i ; New York, 6.
, 'DET.ROi'JV Aug. I. Qrth liad Detroit'at
hly murey at nearly all .critical stages to
day, and-the.gnmc wos never in danger.
A'ttcnxJiVnte, 1V00. ' Scorc: J'
" ' R. II. E.
Detroit 000 010 000- 1 S 1
. New . York . .-. . .'. . . . . .020 O10 0C0 U 11 0
''Batteries Killlah and Drill; Orlh and
.ileiiiow. ' .' - :
... Cleveland, 11; Boston, 1.
, 'CLfcyRhAjS'b!,.' 'p.,' Aug."'4.-Cleveiand
'Sfcnt JJos(.on jlntd sjdond place today by
winnitig a loosely-played game, ' Altend
'a'riccW '&C0i Scorat v : , 1
4 R. II. E.
Clivoland 211 COO 01 11 12 1
' B9Sl6'it . ,(. . .000 D9 000 1.9 5
Batteries Donahue and Buelow;.. Gib
son,, ."WJjUers aid"Farrell.' ' , j
1 PACIFIC COAST. LEAGUE.
' . . ' Portland, 2;;Tacomn, 1.
POUTIjAND. Aug. 1. Portland won an
interesting game from Tacoma today by
;tlmely hitting. I berg .was at hlc.best and
sliiitjthfl visitors .out Until tho last Innings
SiT Vrain' 'as xy r'Ulei kept his lilts well
scatfrrtfd. but Ppi'tland ,succeulcd in land-i
lug on him at critical s'tdgea.f Attendance
1J. II. E.-
Portlaud .-. .000 100 10 2 S
Tacoma COO 000 C01 1 4 1
. , Batterie Ibergmd Stoelman, St, Vrain
and Graham. Umplrais Brown and Me
Dqimld.' V ' T'' ' ' "S
San Francisco, G; Oakland, 4.
-SAN li'RANClSCO.j A,ug. 4. The lipme
team took another gSVnc today from Oak
land by' a batjtlng sui;t In the sixth ,aud
seventh-Innings, giving lialf a dozen runs.
Knell was given fine support and was es
pecially effective. In. the latter part of the
R. TI. E.
San-Francisco ; ...... COO 00 ( 200 ' 7 0
Oakland 002 010 010 I 0 1
. Batteries Knell and Jeahy, Schmidt, -Rucjhanan
Tind. Byrne; Umpire,,. OConnell, 1
-.Los Angeles,, 1; Seattle, 3. 1
l'6s ANCELES. Cal.Aug. 4 -Los An
geles could do nothing with Shields's
pitching today .and.was defeated with
easo by tho score of 3 to 1. Hall's error
was responsible for the only run mnde by
th locals. The 'game 'vns'a. featureless
exhibition. Score. 1
1 ' . .R. II. E.
Los Artgcles 000 001 0001 5 2
Seattle .. ., 0&0 010 101 3 'J; ,2,
Batteries 1'heelor and Spies, Shields
and Wilson, Jmplre, McCarty. '
- Toledo Toledo 7, Kansas City 5.
, Louisville 'Louisville 7,. Milwaukee 2.
Indianapolis Indianapolis 1, St. Paul 1.
Columbus First game, Columbus '3,
Minneapolis 2. Second game, Columbus 4,
Minneapolis 4. ,-
Hawthorne Entries Friday. ; :
Special to The Tribune. '
CHICAGO;. III.. Aug. 4. Harlem entries
for Frjday: '
First Tact- one mile.
Allle-Virglo 100 Ethylene 1C9
The Lady 109. Royal Pirate .....109-
Evelyn Klnsey ..107Tk)pgm6r Ill
Dr. Stephens '..j.. 114 M. "Richardson ...109
Kllmcrle . ...,,,..109 Inventor . 114
Hudson .. ........109 ' .
Second, .' roce-handlcap ateeple cliaso
short course. ' "
Oliver Mo lSi.Tack Doylo 130
Da.ggmar 135 Weird . 140
Sweet Jane 132 Sprlngstead .130
Allegiance . . .....125 Cpronatus 125
Trenct The ,Morc.l49
Third raceone mile.
Robin Hood 97 Clifton "Forgo ....115
Phil Finch f..,i-fl-..112 woods Perry v., ...101
Bnincas .. -.107Shawana -. .102
Soufrlere . 107 ', i.
Fourth race five and one-half 'fur-'
SwedlsR Lad ... .106 Albert Fir 113
Tom Sholly 110 Michael Bvrnes ..113
Monte . v 105 Sincerity Belle ....110
Petit Due ,...103 Judge Traynor ...105
Fifth race six furlongs, selling.
Olympian .111 Sweetie 95
Jim Hale 107 Mansard .. 109
Dubar 9? Dragoon ICS '
Mayor Johnson ..10! Emp of India ...1D9
Jchane 4 93CyprIenne 93
Komombft ....... 103
Sixth race six furlongs, selling.
Tom Maybln K6 Agnes Brcnnan .. 9.3
Eat-nest Parham..llo Jackfull 102
Mario : , ....102 Fly Ladv frj
Optional 100 Tellfare 100
Harney . 110
Seventh yace one mile and a quarter,
FreoslaB SS Nitrate . ...,...,..101
Wenrlck 100 Rossmond '..104
ExcentraL 92 Arab 0
Jerry Lynch 101 MnJ. Manslr 103
Pr. of Pllscn 92 Marcos KO
Weathor clear; track fast.
URGES INCREASE IN WAGES
Gompers of-American Federation iHas
. .TalkWItli Roosevelt.
WASHINGTON, Aug. ' l.-Samuel
Gompers, .president- ot : the- American
Federation of Labor, called on the' Pres
ident today, with. President O'Cpnnell of
the International 'Association of Machinists-,
and a committee representing
the local union of "that organization, to
urge that an increase be made In the
wages of" the machinists emploved " in
the Washington navy-yard,
The President promised that an In
vestigation o.f j,lhe question involve
should be niade by. Secretary Morton
and that .action would be baaed on the
After the,. cpiuerjnce President Com-,
pers, discussing the meat-handlers'
strike, , said: "It seems to nie that the
course pursued by- the puckers In the
strlkp Is, most arbitrary, and most un
V(be7 Their 'refus.al to confer with ren
roiwntatlvea or cQinnilltees. of the union
servos only to exasperate the men nnd
to render ' the less likely amicable ad
justment of thef difficulties."
"The sensational' cycle , wli'lrl Saltalr
thl3 week. ' , "
. -at -Butte, ;
Runkle Tiiade Beautiful One-
Hand Stop of a High
Spokano Succeeded in Landing the
Second Game of Series With .
the Miners. . j
Special to Tho Tribune. it
. ' iiUTTE,; Jdnf,;,: Ail'g.' I. Sripknno iuc--cecded
In landing tho second gamo or'llio.
series today. afteia .splendid contost, with'
Hogg and Hoon struggling for mastery,
and with. both( sides- playing gilt-edgcd:
. ball..- Hogg -had a shade 'the btBt of . the
fltruggle with Hoop, andj tho Indlant bat
ters wlfkled tle Syar piub' In mor; lmprca-
slve way than did the Miners. Hogg whs
erratic at :tlmcs.; seven Miners being given
free transportaiion to llrst base. But It
ended there, and when hits were most
urgently needed thero was nothing doing.
The home team either biffed the ball to
?nf arilfe- fndlRn' neldVrs7,br'!triPJ varied
'the nonotony, b- .staking, out. Ilooiv
pitched' a good game, and was steadier
than Hogg, wnltfirig 'only two men. He
kept his hits fairly well scattered.
In the fourth, with two men In the.'
morgue, tin? Indians bunched their hita
and landed three runs, practically win
ning the game. In, the. ninth a couple of
two baggers landed one" more tally. In
.tha ninth inning, with two mn on bas'nn
and but one. out. Shaffer hil.Jntora double
'iiI.tv. 1 .. i ,
Outside of a trio of awry plays the game
vas a, line fielding contest. Several clr-'
tis plays dlstrlbuie'd throughout' the In
klings, enlivened tjjo. proceedings, In tho"
second inning Runkle made a beautiful
due-hand st..p of a high one shot at him
by Hoon ana lagged Frary. who. overran ,
second in his casern ess to reach third.'
McHalc followed' with a' ne throw to fu-st
frpm center, , doubling up Tellly. Klsoy
and njinkle covered themsejvs With glory
by gobbling dp everything that "strayed
their, way. Iiellly and Ferrla played the
star game for the visitors',
In the. fourth inning, after two were out, j
Frary singled ami Rull)y swatted, ortt one
to center ijold lliut bounded past McIIalo
r.nl was' good for two yaeks.' F-arv ram
bled home 011 this hit.. Hoon theiv-wnlked
Holland, und that individual went to scc-.c-JSd
by the larceny route. Murdock lifted
the sphere, out alpng the Joft Held foul
line. P.ellly nnd Holland fdrmcd a proce.s
sloa across the' plate and the game was
won for Spokane. - '
' , " '" BUTTE,'.' ' ' - '..
' A.B. R. 1L P.O. A. E.
Ward, 2b .7. Is"- (. 0 1 -2 1
Sncnccr, 3b ....... . 0,k0. 1.1 0
TtUnlcle ss .,..,.;..;'..-3'; 0 1- 2 ' i' 0
'Lilly, If a., i. 5' ;0- l li0' 0
Shaffer, lb ,......;t. 5 0 1 K5- i:0' 0
pisey, 3b ,.V.V(.;... 3. l . 0.,ii 0
McIlhlQ. rf 4 ,1. " 1, 3', l' 0
Bandelin, rf-... 2' 0 0 1- 0' 0
Swln'dells,'"c 0 .1 2' 0I f0
Hoon, p .v'.J..,4i .0? ,1" ".0- '4
' TolfflS '..V.'32:'':J-:2- 27 1SN 1
v -SPOKANE'. - ' '
- 1 ' : 'A:if. n. H. P.O. A. E.
Carnoy, Vf C ' 0 0 ' 1'' 0 0
Ferns, ss ..;.:..:..- 1 .0; 1 .1 5 0
Hewlett. 2b l 0 0- 2 1' 0
-Frary, If .3 . 1 2 2 0. 0
Rellly. 3b' :i l' i; 1 J.t' 0
Hollandf lb '...:.:.. 3', . 2 ' 1. 12' "0 0
Murdock', cf; .'.-.v.... 4V '0- ' 0'1 0 r 0
Stanley! c .. V 0' 2 S' 1( 0
Hogg, p 4 --. Or 1 1 0 ,2' " IX
totals , ..35 I 9,j 27 13 2
Score by Innings
Butte ' 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Spokane '...0 0" 0 3 0 0 0 0 l4 1 '
Summary Earned runs, Butte 2, Spo
kane 3. First base on errors, Spokane 1,
Butte L; Sacrifice hit hits. Runkle. Ban
delin. Stolen base's, Shaffer. Holland
Two-base hits. Lally, Hoon, Rolllv, Mur
doch, Stanley, Holland. Left on" bases,
Butto 10. Spokane 5. Double plays. Mc
IIalo to Shaffer, Ferris to Jlowlctt to IJo'
land. Bases on balls, off Hoon 2. off
Hogg C. Struck out, by Hogg 7, bv'lloon
V Wild pitch. Hoon. Time. 1:35. Attend
ance, 1250. Umpire Flannery.
-CHANGE IN CONSTITUTION
American Federation of Catholic So
cieties Considers Questions.
DETROIT, Aug. 4.-T. B. MInahnn Of
New York was elected president of tho
American Federation of Catholic Societies
today Several changes in the constitu
tion was made. Tho most important of.
these is. one permitting Cathollc.parishes
and Institutions to become members of
flic federation, as well as Catholic socie
ties. A cablegram was sent to tho Pope
congratulating him upon lils first ,inni-"
versary as supreme pontiff.
,On tho school question the rosolu lions
say. "Wo propose tho splutlon of tho
educational problem so far as wo are
concerned. Let no public moneys bo paid
out for religious Instruction In any
schools: let the educational per capita
tax be disbursed ' for results in purely
secular studies only in our Catholic
schools, our teachers receiving their sal
aries as other teachers receive theirs; to.
ascertain the results let our schools be
submitted to. Statu or city vxumlnations.
Tims will the great principle or our Gov
ernment, "no public moneys for sectarian
purposes',' bo preserved Intact."
NEW YOftK. Aug. ' 4,-Jainos tiqd)
Leonard, a pugilist, who is employed as ,
a waiter In a Bowery hotel, was shot In
the back while walking In the Bowery
last night and may die. Diego Cacelcola
aged 22, a vender, was, arrested' after a:i
exciting chnse, anl Is charged with tho
Testify to the Efficacy of tho Nrw
' 'Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
A. E. Lanier, Denver. 3ays: "Herpicldo.
has made my, hair grow rapidly."
Mrs. A. Guerin, Great Falls, Mont.,
says; "I , find Herpicldo an excellent dan
" H. ' Greenland, Portland, Or., saya:
''NeWbro's HerpICIde stopped my. hair's
J D. Israel, Norton, Wash., says:
"Hcrplcide has completely cured my dan
druff." Chnrles Brown, president First National
bank. Vancouver. Wash.', says: "Hcrpl
cide Is noted tor keeping the sbalp clean."
Insist upon the genuine. Sold by lead
ing,, druggists. Send ' 10c in stalnps for
.Garnnle to Tho, Herpicldo Co., Detroit,
oci.unr. ur inc HnnoiH,
Cnso Likely to Develop Strongly One
"WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. The ofllclals
of the slate department do not care to
pnKn any opinion on the legality, from
any international standpofnt, of the
uctlon of the Kuselan prize court at
Vlaaivpslok In tho case of the Arabia,
z.b r.epojted' In tqilriy's'jirci'a dispatches,
unless some obscure points in jthe de
cision arc cleared up. . .
The Arabia case la likely to develop
strongly 0110 Important contenllon o'f
Hie'GoVernnHSM,' namely, that foodstufT?
qu .a ne.Ulral shlp arfi' not subjeet to
s"elnilrfc oven jn the- war zone, provided
they -are not Intended- for the use of
the army or navy or a belligerent.
Counsel for the Portland Milling com
pany jWere before the department yes
terday ami insisted that the entire '
cargo of the vessel was individually j
consigned, and consequently that there '
.wr.s.Mit one. pound of contraband good? j
liable to seizure' aboard the ship.
I . GAVE POISON TO BABES.
Denver Woman Attempts Lives of
Children. Also Herself. ,
DENVER, Aug. L-Mra. May Smith,
wffo of C.lftde"SmIth,' a Sanla Fe freight
brakbman game'polson to her three small
'children and then drank some of ih.
sariie mlxtiiro herself with" suicidal In
tntt today bocanse she' was despondent
'.over , soparation from hor husband,
against whomr.sbo had Instituted divorce
prbceedliiiTs. and her Inability to provide
for her children. Lois,- tho six-year-old
daughiorj died tonight from ho effects of
the Poison and Mrs. Smith herself, it is
"fearaL will' ntft recover.. The two other
cluldreh wore saved by the timely arrival
of tho police surgeon.' '
. Q .N AT 0 R ; H. 0 A R i S ILL.
Old' yeteran Is Suering Witli, Attack
' , ' 9? .ubngo.
WORCESTER. JIasfl., Aug. Reports
Tn'ctrculatlon that Senator Gevirge F. Hoar
ls''erliusly ill were denied at tho Scna
'br's residpnc ,today. Ijlcjias beqn trou
bled with lumbago all sunimor, bu,t is not,
confined t lilt; room and It is staled i
Improving dally. . '
': ,. .EXPECTED. BACK TODAY. ,.1
, - I ' r .,
President Clark and Pnvty Leave.!
. '.i.'p.ltenl-e. . M
PresldenrW." A'.' Clark, Vice-President''
' i7(L - fTereiVp and Senator Thomas''
.Kearns and'-phrty--we're expected to ar
rive In. this icily at an. early hour this
morning 011 their return' from the tour
of inspection of! the- San Pedro line,
they having left Caliehte a t"T 'o'clock'
yesterday icfternoon. -
(After arriving- in Cajlente Wednesday
evening the pally went In' spee'lal cars
over' the nrnety-eight miles of com
pleted track, south of Cnllcnte, making'
a careful iuspectlon of the Avork In
-progress. They are reported' to luive
been' agreeably surprised at the amount
and'excellent' character of the work be
ing done. The. tracklaylng If being
rapidly pushed., and H -is believed j'iow
that there jif no doubt of Iraino being i
run through from this city to Lbs An
geles? by January 1. J005.
ThO Western Union Telegraph com-,
"li'tihy expects' to1 have Its line between
Cali.(nte land ...llonpa in qperation toy"
the middle of next week.
;- ' ' Horning- Promoted.
Agent' Homing; of .the Sanpete Val
ley railroad Is to be placed In charge
of that line niVgeneral agent, it is .iid,
with the probability that a successor to1
Genera; Superintendent Jfen: will not be
app'ointed for some time, ' t 1
J 1 f Japs for Railroad.
, Sevep carloads of Japanese wprkmen
hftVQ beeh sent up to .complete the San
Pedro exteuPion to Newhoure It, Is
expected to have trains running t,o
the jiew mihlng camp by August 15.
. CITY EMPLOYEES yesterday received
pa for their services for Julv from tiie
Cltj Treasurer's oflice. The payroll for
the month amounted to?ll,2l4.70.
SCHOOL CENSUS returns from outside
counties, which have Just hegun to reach
the. hands of State Superintendent Nel
son, do rtot show the large Increase of
school papulation which wiu.4 made by
Salt Luke City. Garfield countv's re
turns show a decrease of 19 from the vear
bofore, while 'Wasatch has fallen oh." ic
and. Pluto 0. Cache coiinty's-school popu
lation has. increaspd from 00l In 1903 to
4751 this year. .
ONE CASE of scarlet fever was re
ported yesterday to the Board of Health,
the victim being the"-' 12-year-old daugh
ter of Joaeph Marcroft, 528 AVcet Eighth
. Temperature. Elsewhere.
Abilene ' ; St". Miles Cltv S2
Ashevllle WModena . Pi;
1 Lander 2 Montgomcrv w 1
Bismarck 91 Moorehcad ... S'l
lJo'30 91 Now Orleans 0
Boston jONew York SO
Buffalo 70 Norfolk . .. . so
Cairo .... .-. , ... &i Northilold ....'...'.' 7G
Calgary ....... r... 74 North Platte ... 90
Charleston. 4,....,. SO Oklahoma 81
Chicago 71 Omaha m
Uncmnatl 52 Phoenix ifr
Denver , VJ'Plttsburg 7S 1
Detroit ......Viw,. 7KPocatello 90
Dodge ,..x1. SSPorihind SO
Doluth ........,.;.f 7i;Rapid City 90
lSlklns .:. cOROsoburg ; i 91
El Paso........ WSl. Louis
Galveston ...k'....'?G St. Paul .. "' n
Gi-and Junction ..'s. Ste. Mario 1 "" 74
' Havro ...'.'.. f.u;v. ,78 San Francisco 5S
H'jloiui .....'i.r,-84 Santa Fa .; 74
Huron .......... ..-CO ScruntOn so
Jacksonvijlo . . , . . S4 Spokano., o"
Kamloops Swift Current .... 71"
KnilsjiH City .. .... EC Washington to (
Knoxvlllo SS Winnomucca 90
Lander S'J Winnipeg ft)
Little Rock ....... SI Yuma 101
Los Angeles . .... SO
. Traffic on Santa Fe Resumed.
LOS ANGELES. 'Cal.. Aug. I.-Assistont
General Manager Hitchcock of the West
ern division of the Santa Fe road, stated
today that all damage to the companVs
roadbed caused by recent Hoods in v"ri- 1
zona has been temporarily repaired and I
traffic fully resumed.
Teamsters Elect Officers.
CINCINNATI. O., Aug. i.-The Inter
national Brotherhood of Teamsters today
re-elected Cornelius P. Shea of Boston,
president, and E. L. Turley of Chicago,
grand, secretary and treasurer for an
Bingham and Return, SI. 00,
Via ' D; IL G., Sunday; August 7 J
I Te liii Robust HsaHh
I start at the foundation of life and health. Assist your
M organs to do their work properly... Food-and drink cannot 1
I nourish if your liver is not vorking right. Dyspepsia and 1
! Indigestion 'follow if1 your digestive... organs ,are out of
1 order.,. Constipation cannot. c:dst if your howels afe free. I
j A short course of Bcecham's Pills vrill soon put-.you. right H
I and an occasional one will keep you so.
I . .Hi
will do more to build up robust health and maintain ft than,
I- an,y other,, mpdicisie.v They have, done .this, ' and arccon
. tiilually doing it fortJlioussnds.alL oyer the worlds ' If you
startnow and 'take-BEECH iMS PILLS, occasionally you
will certainly benefit to a ircma'rkcibic 'degree. 1 1
I Sold Everyvyhero Jn ES6xes?5 fi)Oq asud S5c
l?.vA...v..;ul-AKAlt.v.'...w n-Tj,;.',Hrv-B;M ".,-'..LJaVg5S3
1YOU CAN GET A PAIR OF '
' " Closing Out""'
THE M0ORE SHOE COMPANY i
25S South Main Street'
JT ."S 'C. W..H!GGINS,'M.''D.i I :
i ' SPPCIALIST. j
n r Microscopic and Analytic Phy3lclan.
' . CURES Fits. Nervous "Weakness, Ncui
i I SSvKv .ralnla : Varicocele, Weak .Spine, Bilious-
L C-i1! ' , neso. Gravel, Sore Eyes, Lung Diseases,
k A cDy I ,TaPe "Vyorm, Dyspepsia, 'Liver and JCId- p
i Atfojt rgf . ' ney Complaint, Deafneas. Catarrb. Erj--
Htfw " 'ftlpelas, Old Sores, Scrofula. I'thsurr.mt
JWfflftyMX li ' 'f'tlffi Jowiis, Piles hi? tbelr v?orBi. .r.mr. E
5&7Iwm rl Those, a0llcted with Epilepsy' or yits can u
'fitmriiS.VV' vv. D0 Permanently curetL :t
WvvKflvc IS B" tno ald of 1110 Hcroscope ive can dn U
w4WSVjH IC -tect Calcut, Capcqrous Matter, Carbonate H
kLMSJ Is 'ot Ll'mc, Albumen; and all extraneous la
j. -7w 1 fll ' substances mixed with tho Urtno or U
Tfrtrc7 HS?? ' Blood, Thlfl Is the Ecfentlflc urlnclplo M
1 L 1 SS Ct treatJnc Chronic DIgcaaca. ' a
t $ Can he founil at 'his "office. St. Elmo Ho-i 8
J jjs . t tel.. from 10 a. m. to 4, p. m.: Kooms 17, IS R
W sf&r ?- a?d"10. ? tQ 9 p. m: ;
h lk s& thS KNOTi'LEDGTS CP DISEASE IS (J
5 Vxf- ' half its cure. b
KNOWLEDGE IS fOWER. MAN. KNOW T MYSELF. (
' pOGTQR COOK "h'tgS1
Prostatfc Troubles jsri Nervous Debility ; (
permanently cired. no mat- AjSZ0: Cures quick and radical in
: rAVWdtJS, f 1 ruW.byn,y6wiffl!-'
..Stricture fnf Varicocele
cured in lo days, without (( y , , , , 1
ciittlnc-, pain, drufjs 1 or de- S J-A. n Completely and permanent-.;
tcntlon from business. " ClfSM ly crcd by mj nov'pro-
,,, ... , 1 WwaySK CC3S! a'' disaRrccablo symp- ',
Wasting Weakness toma soon disappear com-
' Time of Piirr- lo tr m A -iv KUtely and forever; It Is
days bv my oririnal very SSs&ffbb. tc' pa,n,,oss and bloodless.
. " 3lmpio 'remedy abso!,ltf( curc uaran,
: slvely by me). I J MSn5rmT?' f
P Private Diseases m&m Poison
cured In 8 to 10 daya. with- 'TOP1 removed iromB2vstL P& '
otthe use of poisonous N&V SuTOtf oV0'?:
you a speedy, safe and permanent cure. 3 cn Iort uncono to afford ;
WRITE mo in full confidence, explaining -your trn iViic n n,
you. and roccivc,by return mall my honest ancMdWoSnloSfVoursT
e0K MEDEeHL e., 'South Main. Salt Lake City I
I POLITICS AT URGE, j
..ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Aug. -J.-Tho Demo
.rilt.Ic,PonSres.s,onil1 convention has taken
ilO ballots without change In the vole for
Confrrcsuman. A committee has been ap
pointed to suggest a plan of compromise.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Aug.-i. Less than a
score-of holtlns Populists gathered today
lo discuss the advisability of putting a
ticket In the Held. It was agreed to dis
band nnd allow every man tu voto as he
pleases. - '
COLUMBUS. Wis.. Autr 4 vv m
nSpTex?Wl8 f W,scoal died! oSV
Seaside Hotel Is Burned. :
1 SEASIDE, br., Aug. f ho old Grimes
hotel, a resort On tho Clatsop beach, was
destroyed by lire- at an early hour this
tYir'-1 V '.'h'ii er. werf but few persons' In
vlin, . n1 II?' nMd "U Scaped uninjured
with the exception, of a man named An
piegato. who was so, badly burned and
Dr. Orlando "Brown Dead. .
WrnHIrNiG'T0V' Au? f Dr Orlando
,i0TT,'uformoC.rly a Prlgadler-General In
Hie United States -army. Is th-ad here
ndrVnr3 Will Gens. Thomas.
?,ilS h,e 6r?anl" he bureau
Pi retugeesf (freodmen). In IS) ho was
brovotted a Erlgadler-Geperal for gallant
conduct in the serylce. out resfgiied his
commission; in ISO jln.l Vosumcd the prac
tice of mvdiclno in thls place
Dillon May. Become Dry Town.
,PT!?0c' ont''. Aug. -I, As a result of
an Inyestlgatloh instltuttil bv the Cltv
r0l!-?.Ht,k '?i '"'on03etl l' tho-Councllmch
q revoke all saloon licenses In order to
put an end to gambling in the. city.
Russell Sage Is, Eighty-Eight
NEW YOP.lv, Aug. Riwsel Sage, tho
linnncler. was S3 years of ago today and.
.observed. -tho anniversary by attending to
business as uauaU . . :T: . ;
c-H -iA, u'.iy. . .- s;. -lo
TROUBLES IN LABOR "WORLD.
ICNSAS CITY, Mo.. Aug. 4. President
Michael' Donnelly today addressed sep
arate meetings of tm local unions of meat
butchers and other trades allied with the
packing-house strikers. All was quiet in
the strike district.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. I. It Is estimated that
as the result of tho striko of butchers and
meat cutters, at least twontv-fourinde-pendent
abattoirs are now In operation
In this city and are killing from SCO to 1000
head of cattle.j snoop and hogs daily
Ihesc plants are being run by union men.
CEDAR RAPIDS Ia.. Aug. -i.-Drlvon
Insane b the butchers' strike. Alfred
.Day meat inspector for tho packing
house here, committed suicide toy han-'-
Foimer Premier Dead.
SYDNEY, N. S. W., Aug. -I.-Slr Gcoreo
Diehard Dtbbs. former premier of Now
South Wales, Js dead, aged 70 years.
Simple Way to Cure
"Take ,a Mi-o-na Tablet After ; Each
Meal," Says F. C. Sclunmin.
"With Ml-o-na there is no bother of
eruesslne at the dose orvuslnff so raanv
spoonsful or .anything of that kind.
This ynluablo remedy for the cure of
dyspepsia is In tablet form, arul is the
simplest way to cure the disease.
"Just take one Mi-o-na' tablet after
oaoh meal," . says Druggist F. c
Schramm, "and in a few- days you wlfi
find digestion improved, health return
ne, and good, solid llesh added'." This
Sv'e 1,Cnc'dy ,s ot . more d -testive;
It mingles Avlth the ood and Is
aids digestion and regulates and
ter its us1 f0r fJhort time
?o?hi,tana atural aot,on ls restored
to the stomach nnd bowels.
clmsln.,'"?- slightest risk in pur
chasing it, for F. C. Schramm will give
j ' .
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' j' t'f. ' -' i-
i Clothes flanjp
I Wvc Just 15 clothL j
g our window. Today ?r$SB
5 you can have t),
Q This offer wIllposmSjgM
I I tinned permanently
J night. uyjtnc
1 f, 51.C0 HampeTfoT"
6 ;-S2 Hnmpcp for . M
fi oi.oo Tlamper for , ' ,7H
I (j 4.M Hanpcr for," '
, I G.W Hamper for
I Corno today, afl .J"!""?
Kj once nl these price C1
iij Hardware Coml
b "The Popular HardwarTB
I 27-20 Third South
: I 'Phono 3617. '9
After bis extensive trip0paj
Europe. During his visit MM
has studied the methods of 3
English 'and Italian photojB
returns with tho late!? mM
dale ideas. n1 "jB
The studio, at 56 South W.M
has been thoroughly r5B
those- wishing-to avr iStSB
his services are invited trfM
ce Johnson nil over thnZ.M
nnd teeth tint arc badIyiiM
bo restt.ri d 10 their 0 'uralB
; our New SjsU-m Crova
j Work. Our sB
r NEW BOTANICAL DIcM
1 which prevf-nts all mln it rifl
3 out extra charge CoVullathB
I All Work Guaranteed 10 V
Full Set of Teeth 9
5 Gold Orown 22 karat ! '
j Gold Fillings S
I Silver F.illlugs
I Lady att.-nd.int Hour StB
j day,. 10 to .". U
Boston Dental hm
126 Main StresLS
MiE i mm
w ill more than meet your lK
pec tatlons, M
Sold at all grocsrijm.
Imported by imJL
I Mom '1
At our Fountain W&Wkx
.. cream and puro fruit J..ll
will tempt the palato of v
4 fastidious on a 119I day, jH'f
t combined with out cold cMJI
kllng soda water. If y,
refreshing trc-at ask our
" He will treat you right. '
; Step m. All cars start H'
I Store 1
I BOTH 'PHONES.
"What do you want?
Quick sedlrg' Sn
Modern methods-' tflV.1
Best of wheat? ..,vtlUKe
All these are in every sl$rMf.!
KTade Hour produced I by .KZujM
MILLING CO. OODEN. iWj!?
. Quotations on .ipatloW
$m VMM 1
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