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H $ riOETWO ' THE SALT LAlDS TKEBXJjSnB. ' bdat Mbm, ArouST , J
I1 r '
I ;:;J It fas a Dopy and
' 1 Ragged Affair.
Forsythe Went to Sleep
'iiiSi in the Pitcher's
j, j - v
ifi Walt Scares Cnllcd to Haven's
, j! Place hi the 'Catcher's
IL ''V i . PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
j Standing: of the Clubs.
U' 1 V. L. P.C
'. ; Boise ....... Jm JL .KM
J N Sookano 97 M -fo . .WG
it But to 00 IS IS .COO
Q salt Lake 1HJ p D7 . J07
ifl Yesterday's Games:'
j Salt Lake, 3; Spokane. 0.
' , J Roilly's bravr.M made it three straight
, j at Walker's ballpark yesterday, trounc-
lug the Elders In decisive fashion. "Sol-
i, dier" Forsythe was caught napping at
j lnc sla1'1, ai,d before lie became fully cog-
! r.Iznnt of the situation, tlic ball tossers
' from Washington had piled up live tallies.
' , After the second session I lie military man
j settled 'down and gave the visitors but
, 1 two tallies during the remainder of the
i Quelled tho Insurrection.
. J "Little Tigc" Harmon also got Ills
i'J'I' bumps yesterday afternoon, and "Jolly
,1 Cholly" Rellly "was compelled to send a
yellof expedition to tlie rubber to save the
., day. Hogg headed the rescue party and
I I I quelled the balling Insurrection. His
i f presence seemed to add now ginger to the
r I Redskins, and their plnylng showed a
k i J marked improvement.
The game Itself was one of the dopiest".
, , f raggedest affairs that has beeiy perpe-
' 5 traled for some time. The members of
I ' both lectins seemed to be suffering from
h an acute attack of disinterestedness nnd
,' some of the performances werF" really sad
'i .;!' to icase upon. The base running of tho
, f i. local aggregation was particularly plain-
' :, live, and although they had runners on
, - the half and three-quarter stations acv-
,i ; cral times, stores were uot forthcoming.
I j Seare Mnde Good.
1 4 ! Walt Seare. a local backstop, wore tho
; 5 mask yesterday, as Bill Hauson was in-
', t disposed. Scare performed acceptably'
Sii and outshone several of his professional
AH teammates. Tozer occupied right Held
if: and Muller returned to his favorite haunt
' t .In the left garden.
, j TIiobc desiring a more detailed account
I; j of tho doings will find tho official score
p ( below:
A.B. R. H. P.O. A-
llowlett. ss 3 1 0 0 3 1
.' S . Ferris. If, 5 5 l 2 0 0
1 l j ' Bockcnnold, 25 2 1 1 3 " I 0
. if Finry, rf.... 6 0 2 1 0 0
, . Rellly. 3b 5 2 3 3 C 0
jl Holland, lb ! 0 1 S - 2 1
, ' I Murdoch, mf 5 1 2 3 0 0
'fi - Stanley, c 5 1 -i c 1 0
, ,i Harmon, p 3 12 110
. 2 Hogg, p 1 0.10 1 0
I'M Totals 3S 9 17 27 IS 2
! $ SALT LAKE.
1 "'ll' A.B. It. H. P.O. A E.
1 yH Muller, If 3 1112 0
H Clark, lb S 0 1 12 0 0
, ! AVeed. 3b U 0 1 1 3 1
L Glmlln. mf.. 3 ",0 2 1 0 0
i i Ij Sear, c -. 4 0 0 5 0 1
iJ Delmas, 2b 2 1 1 C 4 0
Vi Bruyctte. ss 3 1 0 1 G O
ii . Tozer. rf -1 0 0 0 2 0
,; , ' Forsythe. p 1 0 0 0,3 0
I .'j'P Totals .33 3 C 27 20 2
( Score by Innings:
:;i Spokane 310 011 0C0-9
i') V Salt Lako 000 012 0003
i Earned runs. Spokane I. Two-boee hits.
,f( ' ! Rellly 2. Murdoch. Clark, Bruvottv
I ' j Three-base hit, Rockenlleld. Bases ony
( ! j! bnlls, off Plarmon 3", off Forsvthe 5. Struck
I i , out. by Harmon 1. by Hogg 2, by For-
t - ;, sythc 2. Left on bases. Salt Lake a, Spo-
t ' ijij Itane 11. Double plays. Bruyettc to Del-
I "'-s to Clarlc, Rellly to Ifolland. Wild
! t pitch, Harmon. Bases oil errors. Salt
i j Lako I. Spokane 2. lilt by pitcher.
1 ( ! ' Muller 2, Bruyctte. Stolen base. Rellly.
Sacrlilce hits, Ferris. Kockaifleld. Hoi
i i ' i land. Harmon. Time of game. 1 hour 03
' 1 1 minutes. Umpire, IJ'lannery. Attendance.
I , ;!i m-
I! j PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
' I f,
' , Seattle, 7; Oakland, 6.
1 .I'iS SEATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 111. Bad errors
I ; ; I In tho third inning by Fisk gave Oakland
1 . 1 a commandlns: lead, but in the ninth
I iii1.' with two men on .bases, Parko Wilson got
. i r. j a three-baggers and tied tho score
1 ):'' Shlelds's hit sent Wllcon In and won tho
L,V gamo for Seattle. Score:
VMl i H. E.
; ,i b Seattle 200 200 0037 9 3
, ij tj Oakland 20i 000 0000 C l
Iff vBatterles Shlolds and Wilson; Graham
' ' i i , i and Byrne. Umpire, Brown.
I i '. ' ,' i
j , I Portland, 11; Los Angeles, 6.
' i ,N ' PORTLAND. Or.. Aug. 10. Both pllch-
' flj' ors were hit without mercy today in tho
' T gamo between Portland and Los Angeles.
The fielding of both tenms was consld-
'tKfti'. erably tolow par. In tho fourth tho vla-
, t- l! itora went all to pieces. Attendance.
I tiy, 3000. Score:
, ;f' , r. ii. e.
' , ' i Portland 003 000 02 11 13 il
I ' AjJ Los Angeles 001 001 -100 C 13 5
) ' 'I'h Batteries Roach nnd Sloelman: Hall
' J j find Spies. Umpires, McCarthy and Mc-
j . ; Donald.
, j " jl Sa"- Francisco, 2; Tacoma, 0.
t! j :fi .,SAN FRANCISCO.' Aug. 19. Two bad
i.1' I : I throws cost the San Francisco team to-
k ! Vl du,YJ eamc. Tho localo began business
IH V1, a, r,u.sh( 0Penhig the game with a
, 111 lrl oC "ItB and brace of rune, but
'iH stopped thore. Tacoma tied the score In
I - the fourth and In the eighth' obtained tho
T J winning point on 'wild throws by Gooch-
ii , ' . ' m enaucr and Irwin. Score:
lr 'n R H E
i'l, .! Tacoma ... 001 100 010-3 0 3
I'( if) San Fmnclsco 200 000 0002 8 2
li'l . rrt Batteries Fitzgerald and Hogan; Knoll
ii I ' if and Gorton,
hi I I
M CALIFORNIA EXCURSIONS
!' hit ' August 16 to September 11, Inclusive
IkI At Via Oregon Short Line. Round trip
f Iii' ' i 10 San Francisco or Los Angelea, both
II l!i i I! ways via Ogden, 53G.G0. Going via Og-
11 l'! r 1 den and turning via Portland or vice
j U( .' versa, $47.50. Limit Oct. 23. See agents
t j U ,1 1 1 for full particulars.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. !
Boston, 2; St. Louis, 5.
BOSTON. Aug. 19. The first flv.o men In
tho St. Louis batting today found things
casv, Pelty lcopt Boston's scoro small,
despite St. Louis's errors. Attendance,
7KW SCrC: . R. H. E.
St Louis 101 000 201-5 12 r,
Boston 1Q1 OCO 000- 2 1 1
Batteries Polly nnd O'Connor; Dlnccn
Philadelphia, 1; Cleveland, 2.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 19. In the elev
enth, inning Lajolc, tho llrst man up for
Cleveland, hit Tom Cross, whose throw
to Davis went Into the right-Hold bleach
ers. Ijijole made the circuit with the
winning run The game was closely con
tested from the start. Attendance. lO.fiOO.
U. II. E.
Cleveland 000 010 000 01 2 S , 2
Philadelphia 010 000 000 00 1 7 ' 1
Batteries Moore and Bcmls; Waddcll
Washington, 0; Detroit, 5. I
WASHINGTON. Aug. 19. The feature
was tho brilliant plt'.yins' of Cassldy at
shortstop. Attendance, 1500. Score:
R, H. E.
Washington 000 000 COO-O 1 S
Detroit 200 001 020-5 S 0
Batteries Townsend and KlttredBC,
Donovan and Bevlllc.
Chicago, 1 ; Now York, 6.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. New York cele
brated Ihelr return from tho Wat by de
fearing Chicago. Attendance, Score:
R. II: E.
Chicago . 000 000 001-1 l 1
New York 101 100 00 C - 9 2
Batteries-White and Sullivan, 'Chcshro
j WESTERN LEAGUE.
Denver, 1; Des Moines, 0.
DENVER, Aug. 19 Hcvstetter had the
better of a pitchers' battle today, strik
ing out nine men. Score:
R. II. E.
Denvor mm 0l l r 3
Dos Moines 000 000 COO 0 -11
Batteries Hosteller and Lucia; Hoffer
Colorado Springs, 5; Omaha, 9.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. Aug. 10.
Omaha took tho lirst gome from Colorado
Springs todny In easy fashion. Both
Brown and Vlllcman were hit hard.
. R. nr. 13.
Colorado Springs ..U1 001 Wl 5 12 3
Omaha . .010 X 101 0 15 1
Batteries Vlllcman and Bacrwald;
Brown and Clouding.
y Hawthorne Entries for Saturday..
Special to The Trjbuno.
CHICAGO. Aug. 19. Hawthorno en
tries for Saturday arc:
First race, selling, five and ono-half
Lady Fashion ... 9TD uncial IS
UBeful Lady 100 Subtle HX
No Trumpet 103 St. Dennis 105
Sly Musette 10'iLord Dixon ;.100
Albert Fir Ill Glrdleslono 112
Second race, soiling, ono mile.
Chackayotto 87 Thank Heaven ... 90
Bay wood 93 Marco 93
Royal Pirate Mowing Dance 103
Mr. Farnum lOiHnlnault 103
Tom Hall lWBIackthorne IDS
Third nice, six furlongs.
Tokalon lOO.Tosettc 102
Sylvia Talbot ....102 Clifton Forgo ....Mj
Big Ben 109 Americano 112
" Fourth race. August sluice, ono and
Braucas 90 Bombardier 101
Phil Finch 101 Alma Dufour rA
The Lady 104 Judge Hlmos US
Fifth rnce, one mile.
Katlo Powers 92 Alma DuFour .... 92
Orcgor K 103 Wart NIcht IDS
Sixth race, soiling, ono mile.
Dungannon 10 My Alice 90
Klelnwood 07 Louisville 93
Muresca 9S Bob Franklin ... 9S
Glorlosa 102 Inventor 103
Orfeo 103 Benson Caldwell.. 103
Farmer Jim 10S
Seventh raco. One nnd onc-sixtccnth
Trossnchs 100 Myron Dale 102
Polk Mlllor 102 Copper 103
Wenrlck 103 King Ellsworth ..112
Results at Portland.
PORTLAND. Or.. Aug. 19. Tho rcsulta
at Irvluglon. today were: First race, four
furlongs, selling Hercules won, Rose
Leaf second. Nell Holton third. Time,
Second race, five furlongs, selling J.
Flannagan won. Cinnabar second, Vir
ginia Boy third. Time. 1:03V.
Third raci four and a half furlongs,
selling Snark won. Karabel second,
Lizzie Rice third. Time. 50 seconds.
Fourth race, live furlongs, selling Titus
won, Vlnce second. Addle D. third. Time,
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling
HnndHome Florry won. Sir Dougal second.
Chief Aloha third. Time, l:2Stf.
Sixth race, mile, eclllng Invictus won,
J. V, Klrby second, J. H. Bennett third.
At St. Louis Fair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 19. Fair grounds sum
mary: First race, six furlonss. selling Kitty
G. won. St. Agnes II. second, Queen third.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Picture lint won. The Missourian second,
Dronilor third. Time. l:10li.
Third race, six furlongs, selling Algon
quin won. Sol. Smith second, Extol third.
Fmirth rnce. five and a half furlongs,
purie Wlllowdcne won, Yada second, Ar
gosy third. Time, 1:10'.
Fifth race, mile, selling Babb won. Jer
ry Hunt second, Mamscllc third. Time,
Sixth race, mile and seven tv ynrds, sell
ing Ouba won, Amberlta second. Flyer
third. Time. 1;4(
Results at Hawthorne.
CHICAGO. Aug. 19. Hawthorno sum
mary; Flr3t race, six furlongs Ayr won, Bcr
nice second. Phil third. Time, 1:171-5.
Second race, steeplechase, short course
Weird won. King Galong second. Nitrate
third. Time. 2.&
Third race, seven furlongs Strollor won.
Ahola second, Monastic II third. Time
Fourth rnce, mile Nlaxus won, Tarn
O'Shantiir second, Ethel Wheat third.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards
Frcckman won, Volla second, Swectio
third. Time, 1:492-5.
Sixth race, live and a half furlongs
Cutter won, Intense second, .Capltanazo
third. Time, 1:10 1-5.
Summary at Saratoga.
SARATOGA, N. Y Aug, 19 -Summary;
First race, seven furlongs Memories
won. Gold Money second, Mlncola third.
Time, i:27 1-5.
Secopd race, mile and a furlong on turf
Lady Potentate won, Homestead sec
ond. Brooklynite third. Time, 1:542-5.
Third race, five and one-half furlongs
Teacress won, Thirty-third second, Dan
3euso third. Time, 1:0S.
Fourth raco. The Huron, mile nnd
three-sixteenths Forthunter won, St. Val
entine accond, Spring third. Time, 2:01 3-5.
Fifth race, five and on3-half furlongs
Dreamer won, Clgarllghtcr second, Dorrv
third. Time, 1:07.
Sixth race, on mile Libera won, Phon
ton second, Sir Shop third. Time, 1:41.
Entries at Saratoga for Big Races.
SARATOGA. N. Y.. Aug. 19. Entries
for United Slates Hotel $10,000 stake
Slgllght, 127: Veto, 124: Jack Lory. Spark
ling Star, Merry Lark, 122; Dandelion,
Aeronaut, Austin Allon, Amber Jack, 117:
Mild Mont, Woodsaw. 110.
The Sartoga cup of JlOjOOO, mile and six
waga, 127; Africander, The Picket, 12J:
Grny Friar, 123; Ort Wells, 113; Beldame,
Sixteen fas Recorded
Hammond, of the Fruit Pick
"ers, Knocked Out of
Thompson, Who Relieved Him, Was
Also Hit Hard Butto Scores
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 19.-Butto won to
day's gamo by superior hitting. Ham
mond was knocked out of tho box in tho
first inning, nnd Thompson, who relieved
him, was Jilt hard also. Dowllng lot
down In, the ninth and allowed Boise her
only runs. Mclntyro was an third for
Bolso nnd distinguished himself by put
ting the ball ovor the loft Hold fenco. At
tendance; 150, Score:
' AB. R II. PO. A. E.
Bandelln, rf C 1 1 2 0 0
Runkle, ss r. 2 3 I 3 ,0
Lnlly. If R '3' 2 3 0' 0
Shatrer. lb it 3 K 12 0 0
Mcllale. cf .. f. 2 2 2 0, 0
El scy. 3b A H 2 2 ' 1 (T O
Huber. 2b 4 2 2 0 '4 0
spencur, c ...5 ,1 2 3 1 0
Dowllng, p G 0 2 0 2 0
Tolnla .41 1G 19 , 27 10 2
A B. Rs. II. PO. A. E.
Woavor. cf G v 0 I 1 0 2
KoJIaokey, lb ...... 4 0 2 , G 1 0
O'Connoll, 2b 5 0 1 1 1 1
Marshall, rf 3 l 0 3 I 0
Houtz, If 4 11-10 0
Mclntyre. 3b 3 1 2 2 1 0
Thompson.' p 3 1-1 0 3 0
-Hammond, p 0 0 0 0' 0 0
Hanson, c 4 0 1 S 10
Babbitt, ss 4 0 0 2 ' 0 0
Totals 35 1' 9 21 "s 3
Butto GOO 103 01 10
Boise CCO 000 001
Earned runs, Butto ,10, Bolso 2; llrst
baso on errors, Butto 3; sacrifice hits,
Lally; stolen bases, Runkle, Elsoy, Shaf
fer 2, McTInle; two-baso hits. Dowling,
Kellackey, Houtz; homo runs, l-Iuber, Mc
lntyro; left on bases, Boise 8, Butte I;
double plays, Huber to Runklo to Shaf
fer, Marshall to Mclntyre to O'Connoll:
hits, off Hammond C, off Thompson 13;
base on balls, off Hammond 1, off Thomp
son 2. off Dowllng 1; struck out. by Ham
mond 1, by Thompson G, by Dowllng 2;
wild pitches, Thompson: passed balls,
Hanson: time of gamo. two hours and five
minutes; attendance. 4i0; umplro, Davis
New Tork, 2; Pittsburg, 3.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. Stupid base run
ning nnd poor hatting with men on
bas9S lost the game for Now York. Ames
outpitched Lynch. Attendance, S700.
R. H. E
PllLsburg 100 100 001-3 C 0
New York 001 000 010-2 C 2
Batteries Lynch and Carlsch; Ames
and Warner; two-baso hits. Rltchcy 2.
Bransfield, Dahlen; base on balls, off
Lynch 3, off Ames 1; struck out, by
Lynch, by Ames 9; umpire. Johnston.
Egan and Sawyer Will Contest for the
CHICAGO. Aug. 19. After two rounds
of match play In the Western golf cham
pionship todny, H. C: Egan anil D. E.
Sawyer are the survivors In tomorrow's
thirty-six-holo finals for the title once
held by Chandler Eiran and lost In tills
tourney by his cousin, W. E. Egan. Every
match todny was played In a cold, driving
ruin. Sawyer defeated W. K. Wood this
afternoon 1 up und 2 to play and followed
a brilliant 39 out by tire same figures In
a total of 7S, which Is a Western record
for rainy day cold. In the afternoon
Sawyer made a runaway race of his
match with R H. McElwce, who had
beaten G. F. Clingman. Jr., 2 up enrllur
In the day. Sawyer put McElweo out of
tho match by a score of 0 upland 5 to
Fine Prizes for Tennis Tourney.
The prizes which will be awarded tho
winners In the State tennis tournament
are on exhibition at Leyaon'a Jowclry
store. Never before have so many and
such costly prizes been held up to encour
age tho competitors in an athletic con
test. Several of the prominent Jewelry
tlrmB have contributed beautiful silver
trophies, while other business firms have
donated precious mugs, steins and expen
sive walking canes,
Tho drawing contest for tournament
partners will take place tills evening at
tho Knutsford hotel, and as tho oocuring
of a hard or easy compotltor practically
determines a parson's chances of qualify
ing for the finals, all the racket wlolders
are greatly concerned over tho outcome
Field Games Postponed.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Aug. 19. Olympic Y.
M. C. A. track and field games wore again
postponed today on account of rain.
Weather permitting, they will be held tomorrow.
Closing Day at Brighton.
NEW YORK-, Aug. 19, Closing day. at
Bilghton: Prince Albert paced a mile to
beat 1:59U. but tho track was slow and
tho best ho qould do was 2:02??". Summary:
2:11 trot. pace. $600, dash ono and one
eighth miles John Taylor won in 2:20,
Direct View second, John Mc third, f'ueen
Wilkes also started.
2.09 trot, purse S7W, dash, one and one
F.lxtcenth miles York Boy won In 2:194,
Maxlno second, Marlon Wilkes third.
Judge Green, Prlnco Grconlander and Ma
zotto also started
2:09 pace, purso $700. dash, one mile
King Direct won In 2:11, Ben F. second,
Olive Wood third. Bob, BIrdlna and
Dandy C also started.
2J5 pace, purse 5C00.doch. one and one
sixteenth miles Cherry Lass won In 2:17,
Belle Star Becond. Edgar Boy third. Mar
garet W. also started.
22.22 pace, purse f.700. dasn, (ino-h:UC mile
Lockout won in 1:03, Inanha second,
Nancy H. third Gordon Prince and Allo
(11 nc also started.
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And return; from Salt Lake or Ogden,
August 20 and 2L via Oregon" Short
Line. Five days' transit limit In each
direction. Tickets good thirty days.
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Jensen Miss E C Taylor Mrs Cornelia
Jones Mrs Byron (2) Vaughn Mary E
Jones Miss Florence- Whitney Mrs
Kcrmnnsen MisiJ Jo- Marlon
hnnne AYood Mrs Edgar E
Kemper Miss Mario Wood Miss Ada
Kelly Miss Mamlo Wells Mra R A
Kingsbury Mra Warner Miss Mary
w.Hc,1:Mtr,,(V Watklns Mrs Mnrv
Lolth Miss K L
Connelly Mrs Latimer John
Nottlo Lawrenco Thos
Cunningham R Miller Stavo
Cornwall Thos Sweet Mrs W II
Hood M , Shlrlev W M
Kronlof Wayne Tylt-r Thos
Lundqulst Cave VIdic Endrl
Fort Douglas Station.
Row Frank ' Thoise Johu
Doss Mrs M Tlnglo T R .
Stephan A J
Calder Park Station. '
Bunel Burt Weed E R
Cochrnae Clement Johnson Mrs Jon
Cowley Wllford W ettcr
Bohmnn R- Harris Mrs E P
Carver Thos McCloud Helen
Campbell W A Porter Rose
Eflselmau R R Smith Minnie
Emery W II Peterson Selena
O'Malley E E Stokes Susan
Roscamp Thos .Wilson Mrs G A
Watts Joe F
Bronncr Mrs Mao Smith Miss Wioda
Bunkor Albert Whaley Sarah M
Democratic Campaign Opons Today.
ESOPUS, N. . Aug. 19 -Tho opening
of tho Democratic campaign at Roho
mount vfll tako place tomorrow, when a
delegation will arrive from Brooklyn rep
resenting the Brooklyn Democratic club
and tho King's County Democratic olub.
It Is expected there will bo about sixty
raon In the parly.
Secures Control of the
Banker Speyer Takes Two
RTiillion in Nstesand Stock
With Voting Power.
Railway Will Control Transportation
on Luzon and Will Bo Great Feeder
for Hnrrlman Ships and Rails.
The Manila! railway has passed into
the control of the Harrininn syndicate.
This will hear out all that has been said
of laic to the effect that the Great Over
land route is not going to stop at the
Pacific coast of this country hut will
reach out to thc'Orlent. Its ships al
ready touch every leading port In the
Orient and with the Manila railway
pouring Its traffic Into the holds of the
Ilarrhnan ships the routing clear
through to New York, and maybe to
England would he In the hands oC the
agents of the big railroad system.
In order to flnunoe Its many exten
sions the Munlla company has already
entered into an agreement with Speyer
Bros, of New York to take up ?2.000.000
in twp nnd a half-year notes and 5000
deferred shares carrying special voting
power. Tills means the passing 01 con
trol of the Manila railway to the Spey
era. This firm Is the one which sold out
Southern Pacific largely to Harrlman
and ever since has been w.orklng In
harmony with Kuhn, Loeb & Co., and
-the Union Pacific syndicate.
The Munlla railway Is the company
organized by an American and English
syndicate for the purpose of building
railroads through the Island of Luzon
and developing the territory just as
the Cuba company In two short years
built a line traversing the Island of
Cuba from one end to the other. That
there Is a big -future ahead of such a
road in the Philippines Is the general
opinion of all army officers who have a
knowledge of the conditions in the
Islands and It is also their opinion that
It would be a splendid thine for the
This latter fact would also have an
Important bearing upon the plans of
the company as the new road would de
rlvev an Immense revenue alone from
the movement of troops and military
stores, so there can be little doubt of
the venture being a paying ono. Even
with a mileage of less than 600 miles
It would be a stronff strategic line
for the Overland route as shipments
originating In Luzon would be routed
clear through by Harrlman lines and
Jts position would be one step In con
trolling all shipments destined to the
Interior of that Island.
It's quite a coup for the Harrlman
WILL FINISH TONIGHT.
Ballast on Last Section. Commences
x at Once.
"The Oregon Short Line, will complete
on Saturday night," said Vice-President
Bancroft yesterday, "all the bal
lasting between Pocatello and Bliss and
between Nampa and Huntington. Then i
orders will be given to ballast between
Nampa and Blies, which will complete
this work on the entire line."
Mr. Bancroft has Just returned from
an Inspection over the linos and is very
well pleased with the general results.
The ballasting he speaks of Is an Im
portant piece of work which he has had
under way for several seasons past
and those who have lately passed over
the main lines can testify to the excel
lence of the track which Is as smooth
and noiseless as It Is possible for a
road to be.
The Oregon Short Line main trucks
now compare favorably with the main
lines of Eastern systems and enable the
company to operate trains in a faster
und safer manner.
Change on Salt Lake.
W. IT. Comstoclt, who for the last four
years has been chief clerk In the office
of Superintendent T. P. Cullen of the
California lines of the Salt Lake route,
has been promoted to be chief clerk
and secretary In the office of the sec
ond vice-president, vice R, Vv. Smith,
who resigned last week to go Into busi
ness for himself.
The big steam shovel Is now In suc
cessful operation at Stockton dyko
loading ballast for the Salt Lake route
General. Attorney Le Grand Young of
the Union Pacific leaves today for an
other ten days at his Weber ranch.,
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. Amos H.
Bishop has been appointed ro.'fular and
Joseph Bishop aubdtltute rural free de
livery carrier at Kaysvllle. Utah.
Postmasters appointed Idaho. Cnmns,
Fremont county, Mrs. Mlnnlo E Hnllbcrg,
vice Mrs. Elmn Bradshaw, resigned.
Nevada Candelarla, Esmeralda county,
Rosaor D. Edward3, vice Benjamin F. Ed
Utah Garrison. Millard county, Fred
erick D. McQuacn, vice George T. Smith,
Wyoming Buckhoin, Weston county,
George Stanton, vico Georgo W. Hub
WORUTS FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denvf.r & Rio Grande.
To St. Louis and return 312.50
To Chicago arid return 4750
To St. Louis and roturn via Chi
cago, or vice versa..'. 50 qq
Selling datea Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit, 60 dayB from date of Bale
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to SL Louis without change. Choice of
routes. See any D. & R, G. agent.
j NEWS NOTES bTw
today chosen supremo chief of tho Rath
KANS VS CITY, Aug. 19 -Western
Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma wcr
visited by heavy rains (hiring the past
twenty-four hours. At R ch 1 H"l,
the .fall of rain was estimated at six
ROCHESTER, N. Y.. Aug 19.-A nug
get of gold weighing nenrly two pQiimls.
wortli WOO, has been found by the police
who arrested David Ebor, a Jeweler, on
the charge of receiving stolen property
NEW YORK, Aug". 19.-The National
Association of Manufacturers and -Distributors
of Food Products has held Its
annual meeting here. An address was
1... ir n riln. r.li!nf chfimint Ot
the Agricultural department at ashlnt
ton. CHICAGO. Aug. 19.-Frank Mitchell
lias shot his housekeeper. Bessie Smith,
bocauso ho was Jealoun of her; then he
turned the revolver upon himself ana
fired n bullet Into his left temple. He Is
dead. Her condition is critical.
NEW YORK, Aug. 19.- Italian business
men have taken steps toward putting an
end to the era of blackmailing and kid
naping of their countrymen by persons
declared to be Sicilian and Neapolitan
BOSTON Aug. 19. The chief events of
encampment week being over, many 01
the veterans of the G. A. R. have left for
home. There was, however, still a largo
contingent remaining in the city to tako
part today In various excursions.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 19. After count
ing ballots all night, the tellers of tho
Woman's Catholic Order of Foresters an
nounced todny thai Mrs, Elizabeth Rogers
of Chicago had been re-elected high chlet
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 19.-M. C. Bennett ot
Des Moines. Ia.. was drowned In tho Mis
sissippi river here after having leaped In
to the stream in an attempt to cscnpo
from tho workhouse. He would have
been pardoned today.
OTTAWA. Kan,. Aug. 19. Tho Santa
Fe California train Nor 7 was derailed at
Rlchlcr, on tho Emporia cut-off. eight
miles west of Ottawa, last night. Tho
train was running rapidly, but no ono
1 among tho pnssengers or train men wero
Injured. Thi entire train left tho track,
lx cars turning over.
LOUISVILLE. Ky . Aug. 19 The su
preme lodge Knights of Pythias today
voted. 99 lo 41. to hold tho next biennial
encampment at New Orleans.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. Tho People's
National bank at Swnnton, Vt . was closed
today by order of tho Comptroller of tho
Currency. National Bank Exnmlner Frank
L. Fisk has been appointed receiver.
FERGUS FALLS, Minn.. Aug. 13. Jacob
Hussman, an aeronaut, made a balloon
ascension this evening, nnd on coming
down in a parachute, fell Into the lake.
He became entangled In the weeds and
drowned before assistance could reach
NEW YORK, Aug. 19, In an effort to
locate largo sums of money supposed to
have been on dcjioslt with bank3, to the
credit of the late James Miller counsel
representing his daughter and heir, Mrs
Marv J. Mlllor of Columbus, O., has se
cured subpoenas for J. P. Morgan and
other well-known financiers commanding
them to appear in the State Supreme
I HAPPENINGS ABROAD, j
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 19. Prince
Orloff-Davidoff has contributed $100,000,
and the artist. M Repine, who has Just
sold a picture to the Government for ?50,
000, has donated J25.000 to tho war fund.
SHANGHAI, Aug. 19. Tho report that
tho Japanese Consul here has been or
dered to Inform China that she will bo
hold responsible for the disarmament of
tho Askold and Grozovol, Is officially con-
ISLAN DOF JERBA. Tunis, Aug. 19.
The Italian cruiser. Amerigo Vcspuciclj
has left Messina. Sicily, for .the port o
Dernah, provinco of Barca. eastern
Tripoli, to support tho demands of Italy
for an apology and a salute of the Italian
MANAGUA. Aug 19. President Zelaya
of Nicaragua started on Thursday for
Corlnto. He will prepare to meet tho
Presidents of Salvador and Honduras,
who will arrive on Saturday noxt to hold
the proposed peace conference
EL PASO. Tex.. Aug. 19. Louis Tor
razas, Governor of Chihuahua, Mexico,
has secured an Indefinite leave of ab
sence and his son-in-law. from his State,
Enrique Creel, formerly Mexican commis
sioner to the International Monetary
congress, has been elected his successor.
ATHENS. Aug. 19. Earthquakes
caused serious damago to several villages
In the IslandH of Samoa (In the Greek
archipelago), sixty-five miles west ot
Symrna. Some of the Inhabitants were
CONSTANTINOPLE. Aug. 19. Minister
Lelshman has roplled to the Porto's note.
The American Minister takes note of the
formal declaration of thu Government to
accord like treatment to American citi
zens as tc those of other powers regard
ing schools in Turkish territory.
CARACAS. Aug. 39. The American
Minister, Mr. Bowen, In tho namo of the
United States, lias requested Venezuela
to iremove Mr. Carnock, tho receiver ap
pointed to take charge of the propcrtv of
the New Y'ork and Bormudoz ABphalt
compwny. and to teturn the asphalt lake
to tho American company.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 19.-Wllllam
Martin, United States Consul at Nankin,
China, who has Just arrived here from
the Orient on the stsamer Siberia, is
quoted In an lnterylew In the Examiner
thns morning to the effect that immense
bodies of Chinese troops are now drilling
In tho central portion of tho kingdom un
der tho direction of Japanese officers.
. S'R- Petersburg! Aug. m-Referring
to tho British expedition Into Tibet, the
Novoe Vromvn. today says: "Russia is
now being paid for the forebarance shown
Great Britain during the South African
war. Had we taken advantage of Great
Britain s preoccupation then to crews Per
sia, the Baltic fleet might now have a
base on the Persian gulf from which to
r,.nE3i,y0RK',,Au;r- 19 James E Tur'
of Ih? T?irnC?i?.l,y, 1T.sIfrned as Measurer
Oil in1 Tftn Y ",no of tno Standard
iriainneld, N J. h0 Was 07 vears of ago
and was bom In Lupicrre, Mich. 5
KpSWELL. N, M Aug. 19.-J. Frank
bl' vyh.hrm?rly of Blo Springs, Ma.
w il'nrr ln? out hor" Vcstcrday. Ho
v,as consTdored one of tho wcalthlost
shoepmen in this vicinity. "c.mmosi
' A Fine Baby ,
TVv'iCd 13 yenrs a&- Mra- Hanah
vI Fi es Was tne niidwIfe. The father
wouldn't pay the bill; said it was out-
a', ..Jevver hear the We col-"
i? t I. tothor dny" Docs nnybodv owe
f wr,te s ca'l n us.
MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASS'N..
c , r?,n,clsG- Luk Gen"l Manager.
Scientific Collectors ot Bad Debts.
Top floor Commercial Block.
"Some People Don t Like Us."
can be no joy in ,.,. . B
there car, be no health
r.-rrr.TRsa.a FOR Wqu,
WHO CANHOT BE
Eactcd ijm by over a tWrf,,
of remcrknblc and iirjfr
such as 0 cl,-
Tierce's Tavorit? I--rriKrV'
fully warranted in off
legal money of IS u4 i&
ca3c of Leuccc-. PrirJeuv,?
lapsus, or IVUn.jj or voab
cannot cure. All tbtT ".5?
reasonable trim of ti.c.r
Proprietor EuVralo vi
Mrs v. J. Kvlder cf m d
past vesr 1 f . h,' s . t ijfhtff
mm in ra-dlv fniin- ,P. ,h
fully from bnz'nr, a-d nr
wns erowiiifr -vrrc-pfi,. -nv7
EutTered muth ihe:p M13 ai ile
of Dr. 1'iercc n Favrc-tc cS-'j
followed your inV.ructiots. 1 lT?
imuiediftlcly, my h-Mth bxar-'?ii
could do all my oira work i'i7J5
confinement and have 0 htilthjijs
Dr. Pierce's Common Stii?
Advijer ,5 sen free m rKtQ,
cent stamps for the paper cctS
31 stamps for the cloth tW
Dr. R. V. Pieice, Euflalo, S y
TIE LAST :
PAY OF Tf
Clayton Music' Co.'il
Piano Sale Accouil
COMES TO AN j
You Have Choice of tha V!a,
Pianos at Greatest Prictl
duction Ever 02eni
YOTJB CREDIT WILL3U7J
Make Your Selectioa liov:c
$75 to S150-0peaETCi
109 South Maiaj
From now until thedo?5i
additional reductions will b
several styles of the snn!ja
high-class pianos in order utJ
out before the extensive aUti
We can truthfully say than
there will never be .another j
portunlty like the present olw
people of Salt Lake Cily,
Kile we offer you choice of W
very best pianos, Stemwares
Knabes. Stecks. Chlckcritfl.
Mason & Hamllns, Smith i
Whitney? and other pl.u,ji
traordlnary price reducito
easy payments, If dcareJ.
Practically all thesi lostw
brand new, some are a nils
and we hav some used
comprising some of the
makes, some at less than u-'
A few new cabinet sn-J
regular $300, $376 and JW
close at ?150. $15 to m V
or payments. S6 to J10 cotw
You could not equal lha
the price if you were a W1
chased in large qu3nU"w
be the chance that you fca
lng for to buy a piano.
A number of fine cablclP
right pianos, regular ?3(U
?500 values, to cloat Ja.i"
Terms cash or paro
monthly. . ... fi.,i
Two used 5200 upr gh M
One uEed ?300 upright for
One used JSC0 Cblcker
ln tine condition, only
One good as ne )te
$243. Payments -to suit. '
Two Smith & Barnwjfflj
ns new. regular t0
only $150 and $25. -
suit you. . crj4
These senulno ptanor
quickly, lucky Is the persw
A few ueeil organ to ,
than half values, onieff'
if desired. t
Bargains in Piano H
If you arc a lver?"Mf
have no one in the J
should buy o Plan 0 ,
roua your sleeping P"
you have no piano. , jWy,
haste and sccukow ,,,,
of a piano and P'"1
5200. See it. It b J V
ever made, and Mo";
cost you the reffu lar pj
One ?250 pianola for ,
for ?175. -uap!ftJ;
One $250. used as
SI 76. Others to c,, m.
Terms cash or ' Pggjjfe
This sale enSWjJ
109 So. Main St. ml
St. Louis and '"'M
Chicago and gS,fitg
Chicago and return
St. Louis, and rci l pfTii m
Through PSSh Un
Pacific and Transit
Limit 60 dMjfc ,m
in each direction- 3pgM
tach week, swy h