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h page two ' THE SALT LAKE TKIEUNE. , - TLTESDAY moiutog, atgust 'Jl
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Hj 4j BcGinnity's Corves h
B" -Up Cincinnati.
- Pittsburg s Victor in' Con-
H' test With Boston at
' . the Hub.
H' f j Philadelphia Still Keeps on Moving
K j'i Toward Bulb in Baseball
H . ' I Thermometer.
r , V ! PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE..
H' I Standing of the Clubs.
P. AY. L.. P.C.
, Bolso 05 53 -12 .C5S
P V Spokane ?1 49 -In .621
. ,, Butte 92 AG A6 .500
I ; I Salt Lake 30 61 ,419
j j Yesterd&y's Games.
H r Ko games plnycd.
Id Today's Games.
, ii j No games scheduled.
' I 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. i
,.!! . . ; '
,! ! Standing of tho Clubs.
. ' 1 ' V P. AV. L. P.C.
! ' New York 07 .70 27 .722
, Chicago SS 71 37 .022
Pittsburg 3C 5C 40 ,6SC
Cincinnati 102 59 43 ,57i
ii SU Louis i K 4S 50 .4fU
I Brooklyn DC 31 62 .351
,i 1 Boston 103 :3 &l .379
, ( Philadelphia 99 27 72 .391
i i :
' jjj Yesterday's Games.
M Brooklyn. 3; Si. Louis, 2.
Ncv- York, 4: Cincinnati, 1.
I J ; Boston. 1; Pittsburg, 2.
h Philadelphia, 2; Chicago. 3.
;( Today's Games. 1
V' Pittsburg at Now York.
, Chicago at Boston; double-header.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
I St. Louis nl' Philnrlplnhln " '
I ( - I ji ' Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis, 2.
' ' NEW YORK. Aug. 15. Tlic visitors had
, the game well In hand when hits 'by, DH
!; , Ion. Dobbs and Sheckard turned the tide
, i , and guvo Brooklyn the victory In the
J ' ninth Inning. Attendance, 2500. Score:
I t . . 31. E.
! Brooklyn 000 010 0023 7 1
( St. Iouis 000 000 2002 C 2
,i Batteries Jones and Bcrircn; Taylor
I i and IMcLean.
i i Two-base hits Babb. Dobbs. Struck
' ' I ' out By Jones, f. Umpire Zlmmcr.
j !j J
1 jj; Cincinnati, 1; New York, 4.
' ! I j NEW YORK. Aug. 15. Inability to hit
1 I, , ' McGInnity caused Cincinnati's defeat to
il,.' I day. President Pulllam has suspended
'( McGann of New York and Harper of Cln
I ! I ' clnnati for three day3 for disputing with
, '. the umpire last week and Kelley of Cln-
! clnnati has been laid off indefinitely. At
t ' (I tendance, G7F0. Score:
R. II. PJ.
,,',( Cincinnati 010 000 0001 3 2
f New York ..000 100 all 4 7 5
i' Batteries llahn and Schlci: McGInnity
ii 1 1 and Bowerman.
f;l Two-baso hit Bresnahan. Home rurv
j Donlln. Base on balls Off McGInnity. 2;
. ! off Halm. 2. Struck our By McGInnity.
, ' 1 2; by Halm, 4. Umpire Johnstone.
' ' i 7"
"j Pittsburg, 2; Boston, 1,
' , ', BOSTON, Aug. 15. Boston's more fre
I UifA ' quent en-ors offset a slight superiority in
, batting. Leover's pitching hand "was
, ' ,( spilt by-Geier's hard drive in the first hi-
': jj j nlng. Attendance, 3300. Score:
K r. n. e.
1 Pittsburg 101 000 000-2 1 3
i Boston 000 100 000-1 U 5
Batteries Phlllippi. Leever and Car
,j v Isch, McNIchols und roi-m.
Two-base hits Delelmnty. Abbalichio,
! lii - Wagner. Baso on balls Off McNchols.
, I j : oft Phlllippi, 2. Struck out By lie
' r Nichols, -1: by Phlllppi, 5. Umpires Mo
ran and Carpenter.
' ' - Philadelphia, 2; Chicago,-3.
I , 1 PHILADELPHIA. Pol, Aug. 15.-Phlla-,
j delphla players were unable to hit Lund
! gren at opportune times. Attendance.
1 , II. II E.
y Chicago 002 100 0003 7 1
, 'J' Philadelphia .., 020 001 0002 G ,3
: ' ' Bntterles Lundren and O'Neill; Fraser,
1 : Suthoff and Roth,
f Two-base TSts jrcGce, AVolvcrton.
s Thrce-baso hit Chanco. Base hits Off
I ; Suthoff, 5 In eight lnnlnga; ofD Fraeer,
j ,, j 3 In one Inning, Struck out By Suthoff,
1 ! -ji i 2; by Lundgrcn, 3. Bases on balls Oft
;j j Suthoff, 5; Lundgren, 4. Umpire Eraslle.
. COMING TENNIS TOURNAMENT,
Hi j W
I ' Much Interest Aroused by Contest
H ' i11.'! for State Championship.
j ' 'j ii Tlic entries for the State tennis tour-
, I 1 ), j narnent closed last night and tho fol-
H) y 1 i lowing is the official list as given out by
! A Secretary D. II. Boyd:
Hi . i 1 . vf . For Singles Garnett, Griffin, James
i rj Satlsbuiy, Boyd. Walker Salisbury,
i'Hi HeniT, Gray, Goodwin, McLeod. Frolseth,
' j!' L. E. Rltcr Jr., Dodd Ritcr, Harr' Rob-
i ! i erts, Carl RobcrlH. Frank Roberts, Nu-
' . 1 'j soli, Pembroke, Whitney, Rodnev Badger,
1 i '"j j Hemphill, Chandler. Conrad, Rust, Smith,
' : J Barter, Walker, Blackburn, Channlng,
f Topllff, Dr. Plummer. Raymond and
i j Masters,
Hl J , i , i The Doubles Teams Arc James Salls-
' I V bury and Harry Roberts, Walker Salls-
j ;(r.i 5 bury and Grllrtth, Henry and Gray, Rod-
1 'i ,1 ney Badger und Conrad, Frank Roberts
, 'I, . and Carl Roberts, McLeod and Frolseth,
. i , J ' George Badger and Whitney. J. E. Brod-
, w d and Runt. Smith and Raymond,
I ' i'' ( Chandler and Boyd, Barter and Walker,
, j . Pembroke and Frlnk, 1, E. Rlter; Jr.,
A,. ' on" lodd Rlter. Topllff und Channing.
: Capt. Morrow rind Lieut. Haskell, Drv
l t Plumper und W. H. -Broddus.
1 V i i TheT drawing for tournament competl-
. 7, tors wlH tnk0 p,ncu at tne Knutsford
J ,lr,' "j hotel at S p. m. Saturday next and com-
1 'j , petltors should be present or represented
J t i , Arrangements liavc been mado with
I J-. t(i j Frank Roberta, Utah's acknowledged
IJI . tennis champion, to play through the
i tourniimont. Several of the coming ones
:r.' : n havo hopeB of defeating MrRobcrts and
,' ' i ; he is equally as willing to give "them a
j i. nj 'j chance as they are to receive it. Al-
i ; ij! i though Champion Roberts may retain
I J ir his title, ho will not do so without pass-
J J u ( ' '"Ef through some hard and extremely
J (ji'jf'i i dubious contests. ,
, ,f ft , j , Tho Fort DOuglc-s tournament will -bo
A' 111' 1 i i the great event In the local tennis world
ill ;!' ; during tho coming week. The ofllcern
J Ml (- t at the fort havo Issued Invitations for a
i f,' I 1: I tournament to be played at the post on
J ( 1 Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and tho
p . J
fortunate ones arc all looking forward to
the event with great Interest.
Hawthorne Entries for Tuesday.
Special to The Tribune,
CHICAGO. Aug, 15. Hawthorne entries
for Tuesday are: ,
First race, selling, mnldcr.G, six fur
longs Away Right 102 Artifice 102
Dod Anderson ...102 Fair Allen 102
Alice Commoner. .107 Uurnlco 107
Trossachs lO'Anporn J.j 109
Second race, six furlongs
Eleata lOOSoufrlcro 100
New Mo,wn llay.ICO Robin Hood .u.,102
Myrondalo . .. . 102 Monastic 105
White Plumo ... .1C5 Katie Towers ....105
Don Domo . 107
Third race, live and a half furlongs
Rain Witch 103 Al Casey 103
Lady Fashion ... .103 Clydeo 100
Petit Due lOCDundall 10b
No Trumpcr lOGGarvico 10b
Retort ... Jf5
Fourth race, selling, mile and seventy
Mint 95 D. L. MWo 93
GlorJosa Km Bob Franklin ....101
Benson Caldwell .1C Frivol 102
"Carat lv Fancy Man 101
Celebration 10U Harney 110
Fifth race, mile
Lurallghti-r 1C0 Walnamolncn . ..102
Tho Lady 102 Ah61a 102
Princess Tulano .106 Dr. Stephens 107
Farmer Jim 10S Wartc NIcht 10S
Sixth race, selling, mile and seventy
.Mr. Farnum r." Maud Mullor 95
Royal Pir.ite 97 Hudson .1(0
Ohagen 101 Hnndloy Cross ..102
Halnnult 102 Baronet 102
Tom Hull . ...103 Wing Danco 1CJ
Seventh race, five and a half furlongs
Mary Eleanor 103 Intense M03
Green Gown 103 Allen Avon 107
Bcllo KJnnoy .... 107 Tom Shelley 107
.Monte i.lltf Albert Fir 113
Weather cloudy; track slow.
At St. Louis Pair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, Mo Aug. 1C Summary
at Fair Grounds: First race, seven fur
longs Eleanor Howard won. Amorous
second. Baby Hall third. Time, 1.-2S&.
Second race, four and one-half furlongs,
selling Our Joo won. Wakeful second,
Lady Lou third. Time. :5S.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling
MIndora won, Ivernla second. Ii, C.
Smith third. Time. 1:2S4.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap
Commodore won, Joseph Maybcrry sec
ond, Morning Star third. Time, 1:14.
Fifth race, llvo furlongs, purse Arlona
won. The Cook second, Picture Hat third.
Sixth race, one and one-half miles,
selling Iras won, Ryevulo second, Triple
Silver third. Time. 1:42V..
Besults at Saratoga.
SARATOGA, N. Y.. Aug. 15. The fea
ture today was the appearance and de
feat of McChesney. former "Champion of
the West," In the sixth race Sum
mary: First race, seven fqurlongs Mimosa
won, Wild Thyme second, Armenia third.
Time, 1-25 2-5.
Second race, steeplechase, short course
Seagnl won. Bonfire second. Libretto
third. Time, 4:0S 2-5.
Third race, tho Kentucky, five and one
half furlongs Candida, Czaraphlne sec
ond, Fleur ile Marie third. Time 1:07.
Fourth race, mllo and a furlong Elliott
won, Dalasman second, Carbuncle third.
Fifth race, six furlongs Blrthlcss won.
Raiment second. Bulwarks third. Time.
Sixth race, one mile Jocund won, Dim
ple second. Armstrong third. Time,
1:3S 3-5. McChesney. Witchcraft, Fleeing
and King of the Vollev also ran.
Results at Irvington.
PORTLAND, Or.. Aug. 13. Tho results
at Irvington: First race, five and a half
furlongs, selling Lord Eldred won. Caro
burn seqond. Paul E. Jones third. Time,
1:10. t y
Second race, five furlongs. selling
Scorcher won, Judgo Naplon second,
Quest I bird. Time. 1:02A
Third race, live furlongs, selling Hand
some Florry won. Kara bo 1 second. Black
Cloud third. Time, 1:01$.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, selling EI
Plloto won. J. V. Kirby second, Plntonlus
third. Time, 1:2S.
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing C. Schweir.er won. Young. "Pepper
second. Frivolous third. Time. l:2Ufc
Sixth race, mile and twenty vards. sell
ing Invlctus, won. Isnbcllila second, II.
Thatcher third. Time, 1:4 1.
Opening Day at Hawthorne.
CHICAGO. Aug. ' 1.-. Prince Sllver
wIiiks. the extreme outsider In the bet
ting, won tho Speculation stakes, the fea
ture of the opening day at Hawthorne,
First nice, llvo and one-half furlongs
Albert Fir won. Useful Iidy.Hecond, Cap
itunza third. Time. 1:03 1-5.
Second race, steeplechase, short course
Weird won. Allegiance second. Sweet
June ,thlrd. Time. 3:48.
Third race, the Speculation stakes, mllo
Prince Sllverwlngs won, Phil Finch sec
ond. Clifton Forgo third. Time. 1:40 3-5.
Fourth race, six furlongs Ida Davis
won, Sylvia Talbot second, King Ells
worth third. Time, 1:14.
Fifth race, one and one-sixteenth mllos
Port Royal won. Incubator second,
George K third. Time, 1:45 4-5.
Sixth race, mile Frenchman won. Gold
Mineral second, Ben Heywood third.
Seventh race, seven and one-half fur
longsRams Horn won. John Smulskl
second, Handzara third. Tlmo, 1:10.
Grand Circuit Meet at Brighton.
NEW YORK. Aug. 15. The grand cir
cuit meeting at Brighton Beach began to
day under the most favorable auspices.
The 55000 Sea Breeze stake, the event of.
the day, resulted in the defeat of tho
favorite. Dr. Strong, Summary.
Sea Breeze stake for 2:10 trot. ?5000;
mllo heats, two bC3t In three Consucla
S. won flrsfand third heats. Time,
2:094. 2:10. Dr. Strong won second heat
in 2:08i. John Taylor, Norrlo X.. Mc
tellas. Prince Grcenlandcr, Georgo G. and
Kent also started.
2:3) trot, 3-year-olds, purse S2000, mile
heats: Princess Athel won both heats.
Time. 2:11, 2:15-")i. Wiltonett, Major
Guerthlcin, Pleaasant Thought, David
Rossi and The Hermit also started.
2:18 trot, purse t5O0. doBh mllo and an
eighth Alexander Campbell won In
2.20V4, Ruth C. second, Leonora third.
Traveles8 0 Conflensa and Victor, Jr .
2:17 pace, purse. 5G00. dash half-mile
Gordon Prince won In 1:01., Lookout
Hal second, IDewey third. Wlnnlne King,
Big Boy and Mark Hendricks also
2:13 trot, purse JC00, dash milo and an j
eighth Joymaker won In 3:29M. Single IC."
second; Anna Little third, HalJlo Har
din. Black Thorn, Byrncy and Moon also
2:05 pace, purse J900. dash mile-Hetty
G Tvon In 2:04, Frank Yoclcum second,
Locnnda third. Nathan Straus. Joo
Pointer, Little Squaw and Shadow I
Chimes also started.
TEN-MILE BACE TONIGHT,
Eorty Biders Entered in the Western
A Joint meeting of tho amateurs and
"pros" Is the feature of tonight's pro
gramme at the saucer track. About
forty riders are entered In tho event,
which Is for the Western championship.
The race is for a distance of ten miles
and with such a largo number of riders
entered ought to bo an Interesting con
test. In addition, thoro will bo the usual
number of sprint events for both classes.
Condition of tho"Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. Today's
statement of the treasury balances in
the general fund, exclusive of the $1C0,
000,000 gold reserve In the division of
redemption, shows; Available cash bal
ance, $150,973,555; gold, 545,203,919.
fan Contests io the
Washington and Detroit Are
Both Given Large
; Ciphers. t
Tail Euders Held tho Clevelond
Crowd Down to One Bun,
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 15. Chesbro's clever
pitching completely baffled the St. Louis
club. He allowed St. Louis only five hits
and struck out seven men. A throw by
Holdrlck In the eighth, cutting Anderson
off at tho home plate, was the feature.
Ganzcl, Injured at llrst, was succeeded by
Anderson. Attendance, 19C0. Score:
R. H, E.
St. , Louis 000 000 001 1 5 1
New York ..... 000 102 000- 3 8 1
Batteries Pelty and Kahoe; Chcabro,
Klelnow and McGulre.
Cleveland, 1; Washington, 0.
CLEVELAND, O.. Aug. 15. Lajoie.
scored the only run of tho game. He was'
hit by a pitched ball, stole second ana
scored or. Bradley's single. Attendance,
R. II . E.
Cleveland COO 100 CO' 1 3 1
Washington 000 000 000 0 , 2 2
Batteries Moore and Buelow; Towns
end and Klttredge.
Chicago, 3; Boston, 2,
CHICAGO, Aug. 15. Today's game was
a hard-fought pitchers' battle, but Chi
cago bunched four hits In the first and
sixth, scoring two of their runs, and an
error was responsible for the third. At
tendance, S300. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 101 001 00 3 G 0
Boston 100 000 001 2 5 1
Batteries Smith and McFarland; Dl
nccn and Crlger.
Detroit, 0: Philadelphia, 2.
DETROIT. Aug. 15. Detroit could not
hit Waddell at stages when men were on
bases. Attendance, 3500. Score:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 100 000 010 2 5 1
Detroit 000 000 000 0 8 3
Batteries-'Waddell and Schreck; Kllson
At Columbus Columbus. 0; St. Paul, S.
At Louisville Louisville. 3; Kansas
, At Indianapolis Indianapolis. 3: Minne
At Toledo Toledo. 14: Milwaukee, 22.
Colorado Springs, 6; Denver, 1.
1 COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. Aug. 15.
Colorado Springs won today's game from
Denver In the third Inning when a series
of double and triple plays, together with
bases on balls, scored six runs. Errors
gave Denver her1 only, run in tho eighth.
Score. R. H. E.
Colorado Springs. OOC 000 00 C 9 4
DeiVver COO 000 010 1 .9 o
Batteries Vllleman and BaeiWld'
Hostettor and Lucia.
Des Moines, 7; St. Joseph, 3.
' DES MOINES, la.. Aug. lo.-Bunohcd
hits by Des Moines and bunched errors
by St. Joseph tell the story of today's
Des Moines 100 SCO 000-7 c
St. Joseph .) 1(0 000 020-3 10 G
Batteries Lielleld and G. Clarke: Clark
Sioux City, 2; Omaha, 4.
OMAHA. Aug. 15. Tho game today wal
Sioux City'. 001 100 000 2 ' 4 lj3
Omaha .003 ' 000 10' 1 9
Batteries Jarrotl and Graves; Pfeister
UNCLE SAM'S PRISONERS.
Sidney Le Seur and N. Baum Will
, Be Taken East.
Sidney Lo Seur was yesterday given
a hearing before United States Com
missioner D. II. Twomey t,o establish
1:1s Identity as the person wanted under
a complaint issued from the Eastern
division of the Federal District court
for Missouri, charging him with im
plication In the alleged fraudulent use
of the mails by the Le Seur Opal Min
ing company. The Identity was estab
lished and Judge Marshall will issue an
order transferring the accused lo the
jurisdiction of the court In Missouri for
a hearing- on the charge. It Is expected
that Mr. Lo Seur will be taken to St,
Louis as soon as this order Is issued.
His bonds were fixed nt $2000.
A similar hearing before Commis
sioner Twomey yesterday was that of
Noella Baum, who is charged with
"having impersonated a United States
revenue officer In Kansas, attempting
lo fraudulently obtain tho sum of $25
from Fred Fornhoff. Baum will be
taken to Topcka, Kan., for trial,
Margaret Davis filed suit for divorce
In the District court yesterday against
Howard Dnvls, whom she charges with
desertion and non-support. The couple
were married August 5, 1902, In this
city. 1 f
Suit was filed in the Federal court
yesterday afternoon by E. B. Graves,
receiver of the NoiHh American Loan
and Building association, against
Charles D. White, Mary E. While and
State Bank of Utah to foreclose a mort
gage on a promissory note for the sum
August 16 to 19, Inclusive.
.Round trip from Salt Lake only $31.00
via O. S. L. Tickets good olxty days.
l WHERE WAR RAGES
OHEFOO, Aug. 15. Junks which ar
rived hero today say ihe Japanese re
cently occupied tho Liautl " hills and
Sushlyen, which Is two or three miles
north of the fortress at Port Arthur.
Five warships and seven torpedo boat
destroyers, according to the Junks, re
turned to Port Arthur the night of Au
LIAO YANG. Aug. 15. Chinese ban
dits Inst night blew up a portion of the
railroad ten miles south oE Llao Yang.
The road was repaired In a few hours,
MUKDEN, Aug. 15. Tho Chineso
bandit lenders Kltsuhnm, Tulisan and
Follngo, each with a thousand follow
ers, are now In the Sfnmlntlng district,
moving up the Llao river valley, with
the object of attacking the railway.
TSING TAU. Aug! 15. The Russian
cruiser Novlk, which put in here after
the battle of August 10 off Port Arthur,
and which coaled there and put to sea
within her twenty-four hours limit, has
been sunk forty miles from this place.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 15. The
war office today received a message
from Port Arthur, in which General
Stosscl, under date of August 11, re
ports a successful repulse of a general
assault on the Russian outer positions
during the night following the depar
ture of the Russian squadron. 1
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 15. A brief
telegram from Gen. Sakharoff today re
cords several attempts of Chinese ban
dits under the leadership of Japanese
officers, to destroy the railroad between
Llao Yang and Anshnnshan.
ON ACCOUNT OF STRIKE.
NEW YORK. Aug. 15. Between COO
and S00 men employed by the George
A. Fuller Construction company today
joined the ranks of the slrlklng bulld
Ins trades workers.
CHICAGO, Aug. 15. Strike-leaders
and the big packing1 firms denied for
cibly today that any efforts had been
made by either side to bring about an
other conference looking to peace In the
stock yards. '
NBENAH, Wis., Aug. 15. The strike
of papermakers In the Fox river valle,y
was broken today, the old men return
ing to work under the terms of the
OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 15. A car carry
ing strike-breakers to the Swift pack
ing plant at South Omaha was bom
barded a. Sheely station today and
three of tho Inmates, names unknown,
were injured, one being knocked uncon
scious with a brick.
OMAHA, Neb.. Aug. 15. Judge Vln-
son Haler, in the, county court today"
issued a blanket warrant for twenty
seven strikers, who are charged with
participating in a riot In the packing
house district Saturday night. Part of
the men have been placed in Jail.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 15. The central
trades and labor unions have been or
dered not to participate In the Labor
day celebration at the World's Fair
grounds because the exposition Is con
ducted along the lines of the "open
shop," by permitting the employment
of both union and non-union labor.
CHICAGO. Aug. 15. Police Inspec
tor Hunt today took sweeping meas
ures to stop the operations of pickets.
He ordered the "Arrest of all plcketers
loitering, about the yards, and a dozen,
were taken Into custody.
NEW YORK. Aug. 15. CaRt. Lantry
and four patrolmen In the district af
fected by the beef strike, were badly
battered today before they succeeded in
subduing and placing under arrest a
man who had mode a .fierce attack on
several non-union men. The man, after
arrest, said he was James Sullivan.
CLEVELAND, Aug. 15. TWo thous
and cloakmnkers went on strike here
today. Increase in wages, recognition
of the union and "closed shops" are
CHICAGO. Aug. 15. Meat dealers
pleaded with Mayor Harrison this
afternoon to stop tho .stock yards
strike. Oscar F. Mayor. George Dud
dleston and others of the committee of
ten appointed Friday evening for thtJ
purpose, went into session with the
Mayor. The latter promised lo try and
get strikers and packers together.
THIS CLOSES THE CHAPTER.
Probably Final One So Far as Gov
ernment Is Concerned.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. Another
chapter and probably the flnnl so far as
the Government Is concerned, was ad
ded today to the case growing out of
the refusa of the Postofllce department
to name a Mississippi postofllce nft6r
Gov. Vardaman jf that State, by the
promu)guti6n by Postmaster-General
Payne of a statement which gave
(without a comment a letter from Gov.
Vardaman, published In the Charleston,
S. C, News and Courier. Thjls letter,
which Is accepted by the Postofllce de
partment as confirming the authentici
ty of Oov. Vardhman's editorial re
marks about the mother of President
Roosevelt, Is given In a newspaper pub
lication as follows:
"ANDERSON, Aug. S. (Spcclul ) Sev
eral days ago the editor of the Anderson'
Dally Mall wrote to Gov. J. K. Varanmn
of Mississippi and asked him about the
truth of the assertion made by Postmas-ter-Goneral
Payne that Governor Var
daman had, while editor of a newspaper
In Mississippi some years ago, published
an editorial making, a disgraceful allusion
to Mrs. Roosovelt, mother of the Presi
dent. The following letter has been re
ceived In reply:
"Executlvo Department, Jackson,
Miss., Aug. S. My Dear Sir: Your very
kind favor of the Ith Inst, has been re
ceived. If I had a copy of tho Com
monwealth you desire, I would take great
pleasure In sending It to you. but tho
lllcs of the old paper ur. u hundred miles
away. Thoro was nothing In that edi
torial offensive to Mrs. Roosevelt or that
rerlcctcd upon her In the least I slmplv
undertook, upon scientific grourds, an ex"
planallon of Teddy's degeneracy and gen
eral cuasedness. without holding his an
cestors responsible for It. T thought I
owed It to his ancestors. "Rcnllv I should,
bo ashumed to charge the devil himself
with the responsibility of the infamy of
that distinguished incident. Sincerely
and cordially. J. IC VARDEMAN."
SAM FRANCISCO AND RETURN
LOS ANGELES AND RETURN,
Aug. 16 to Sept 11, Inclusive, via O. S.
L. Tickets good one direction via Port
land $47.50. See agents.
Rep Mitt is Nominate
Judge Albert Howell and
District Attorney, George
Had No Opposition for Second
Term in Their Respec
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN, Aug. 15. James Alberl Howoll
was today tho unanimous choice of tlicy
Rcmbll can Judicial district convontlon I
for district Judge of tho Second Judicial
Georgo Ualversbu was also named by
acclamation for the position of district
The convention was called lo ordor at
11:20 by Chairman E. II. Anderson, who
cnlled Jesso M. Smith of Davis county to
the chair as temporary chairman, and F.
R. Chrlstenscn as temporary secretary.
After a short talk by Temporary Chair-
man Smith. In which he told the dele
gates that they wero about Xo name the
next Judge and attorney of the Second
Judicial district, committees on creden
tials and permanent organization and
order of- business wore named.
Credentials Nathan Clark. Davis coun
ty; James Johnnson. Morgan county;
Norman Ives. Webor county.
v Permanent organization and order of
business I L W. Stable. Davis countv;
John Croft, Morgan county; A W. Agec.
A recess of twenty minutes was taken
to allow the committees to report. When
the meeting was again called to order,
the committee on permanent organiza
tion reported, naming Jesse M. Smith as
permanent chairman. O. W. Covington,
permanent secretary, E. W Wade, chap
lain; John V. Nelson, sergeant-nt-arms.
The credentials committee then re
ported, showing all delegations complete
'and no contests.
Nominations for District Judge were
then culled for. Bishop E. H, Wade, In
.i short speech, presented the name of
James Albert HowelL Bishop Wade told
of the excellent record Mr. Howoll had
made in his two years' . service on the
bench as city Judge, and added that not
only was ho eminently fitted for tho po
sition, but would be a lower of strength
on the ticket.
The nomination wns seconded by Judge
Hulanlskl and Dolegate Peterson, and
there being, no others. It was made unanimous.
Thanks for the Honor.
Judge Howell was called and thanked
tho convention for the honor, assuring tho
delegates that he would exert his utmost
efforts to see that their contldence In him
was not misplaced.
, Nominations were then called for Dis
trict Attorney, and Judgo Hulanlskl pre
sented the name of George Halvcrson, tho
Ineumbent The nomination was sec
onded by John Russell. A. M. White
anil N. .1. Harris, and was also made by
acclamation. After Mr. Halverson hud
thanked the convention. Judge Howell and
himself extended an invitation to the dele
gates and newspaper men .to a luncheon
at the Reed hotelvhlch was also accept
ed by acclamation. I
The committee on permanent organiza
tion and order of business In Uh report
recommended that the regular county
chairmen of the various counties in the
district be ex-offlclo members of the Ju
dicial district committee. This was
Literary Bureaus to Co-Operate on
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. Representative"
W. S. Cowherd, chairman of the Demo
cratic Congressional campaign commit lee,
came to New York today to consult with j
George F. Parker, who has been made
head of the literary bureau of the Na- j
tlonal committee. Mr. Cowherd has al-
ready sent out a great supply of litera
ture from Washington, and It was regard
ing tho work done nnd proposed to bo
done by Mr. Cowherd that the Nationa
committee wanted information It Is quite
likely that the two committees will co
operate hereafter upon campaign litera
POLITfCSAT LARGE. J
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. The National
Democratic headquarters were opened
here today. The new qiy.rters are at
No. 1 West Thirty-fourth street. The
reports from Maine indicate reduced
majorities for the Republicans.
ELKINS. W. Va Aug. 15. Ex-Senator
Henry G. Davis and party left
here today to attend the official noti
fication at While Sulphur Springs
GETTING FINE. LECTURERS.
M. I. A. Will Give a Course Hero
Along with the regular religious courses
heretofore followed out by tho Mutual
Improvement associations of Ihc Mormon
church, a literary and lecture courso will
be given during the ensuing year by tho
associations whlph formerly comprised tho
old Salt Lake stake. The lectures will bo
non-religious. In character, and will ap
peal to Mormons and non-Mormons alike.
Arrangements have practically been com
pleted with lyceum managers In tho East
tor bringing to Utah somo of the coun
try s most polished speakers. During tho
winter these men will give a series of lec
tures that will tend to cultivate a higher
literary tnstc among nil who ntteiid
Those who are heading tho movement
hope by this method to assist M. I A
students who have not had the oppor
tunity for a collego education, and to
bring them Into personal contact with
some of the great men of tho land.
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Takes all the life out of him.
- Doan's Kidney Pills make Jama backs
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At any drug store, 50 ccnt3,
When you are ready (o give the ITouse, or tlio Taril
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for all purposes.
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hantcd Is a ayroptosp ot clironlo InflnimJilun in I flo onr CflM
cured, and wo euro in tho prustuu. s'.and bronchi ou iv i-ar'r ' tbo !j itedBfef
I tlai lha" tl10 or- dlMi-milon or by the improper trta'- se'ecUte tVZMf
dlnnry loras of ircal- moci of somoontractrri disease. A ,hl1
meet royilro. completo nnd radical enro lv tliurvforn i P'Oei tim
IIZIZIZimnZZ a Question of reniorluc tto prosiaio ' -ma'
Klnud lo Itt normal state, o-ml tuli wo ' J
Specific Blood Poison. ?5??:p.ll,,, Pmptly und complex. ! SperrratoirlNKi:
J . w.tho-it tne um; or iolcrunl remedi- Rnnorr.S.
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i to drlvo tho rlrui to It Is oriRlnal und fcoicjitiilc, and sas i ? Vi XlBK
11 tho Interior, bnt harm- been provon aboilitoly oiTooiItp by clrMt VaaliBri
H loss, blood-cleaosInK thousands of trst. Wo arc convince "v'.L. "fcii
3 remedies, that romovo that by no other methudh can full and .;!. Mf Sii
Jj tbo last poisonous permanent restoration of eirentih I imh m iiiiK
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mtdTW W Complaint, DcttKffi sfl-
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MHW'V v toe permanently cured. N
m By tho aid ot the '"W, fCj
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''oatinff his wife's Welsh rabbits that he chcvre pat5t Ej?
j 'barfds -when she left townP And have you triea
Blue Hibbon Beer for indigcstionP
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