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f AND LOSE TO PHILLIES
L performs on the Slab and Permits Visitors to
j Win the Final League Contest of the
I Year on the Polo Grounds.
W . f5n beaten by tho Phillies
In the Anal game of tho
M'V1" h,fwoen the two clubs by
H'sitfon blfwSe"0 The Phillies
W-,icore i j- fourlh inning, get
ilrac iwo singles, two sac
f'TJ dalPlt. Amos
Kn the seventh to let Mc
Ti Merkle "scored the Giants'
JPE econd, walking to first.
Btfd and third and scoring on
V! i 1 1 Grufer. I
ml 5 I 0 Becker, et, 1 0 0 0 0
M' S Murray, rf.10 03
a O t 0 Morklo. lb. 4 1 S 13 1
5- , s 0 1 2 Hcrrop. Sb. 1 0 0 0 0
a I 1 5 D-v0' 2b... 3 0 0 2 1
m "till Hartlor. c. 0 1 6 1
Amen, p. . 3 0 0 1 1
Wlluo, r- 0 0 0 0 1
9? M'CormlcV 1 0 0 0 0
IB "Meyers .. 0 0 ft 0 0
IB "Cfaadall. 1 0-0.-0-.0-
J nlltrn Touia : .27 1 6 37
Kl. Aats la sevenin.
E is Groh In ninth.
B'jj, Vi'IIim la alnth.
,.0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 02
'Hy -'11.11'.. --.0 1 0 O'O O 0 0 01
vTra-btt hit Hartley. Stolen bacj
Ifl?t1e. Grob. Bmcs on balls Off Sen
r2c J. Struck out By Beaton. S;.
fortiflcc Mt-Mlllor. Hit by pltcn
BE TDU pllche-Amej. Umpires K I era
moUT OF TURN AND
WMS IN WINNING RUN
Wfenatlonal News Service.
KufiO, Oct. 2. The Cabs managed
Ut final game of the series from
Molts, S to 5, today. Dick Cotter,
'ceil of his turn, drove the winning
Krtr In tho tenth Inning. Pittsburg
iUy did not riotfeo that something
Ujj put over. Cotter came tip In
tli to bat for Good, who had orlg
'ten ?ent In to bnt for Lavender.
juliti out .1 single that brought
pi In from third with the run that
u irtre. Cotter then went behind
id znd caught Pittsburg's tenth,
Itu barren of results. In the Cub's
jjtih ono ,nin needed.. Cotter .came
Uttiln, entirely out of turn and
a mother single, scoring Schulte
H AB.3.H.0.A. CMcabo. AB.R.H.07A.
Ifft 10 0 3 1 Slic.ck'd, U. 3 1 0 6 0
.t,i 114 1 Miller, cf... C J. 1 3 0
.ft. I I 3 2 1 Tinker, m. B 0-0 1.3
t, ttl I : 2 ! Zlmm, Sb.. 2 0 1 V 0
1-1 I I !, I Downey, 3b 3 1 1 0 1
1 i 5 0 Scliulte. rf 3 2 2 0 1
pfi..l 0 12 2 Sler, lb... i 0 J 11 0
I, til 0- 0 S 1 Ever. 2b... 1 0 0 0 0
kM 0 1 0 I Domis. 2b.. 4 0 1 0 1
MH 0 Archor, c. 0 1 0 1
f' "(700.1 . ..0 0 0 0 0
Jf Smith, p... 0 0 0 0 1
V Lav'rlir. ' p. S 0 1 0 4
(.), Cotter, c .. 2 0 3 0 0
if '"Wlll'mi. O 1 0 0 0
fr.-H 5 U'i? 10) ToUln . .33 0 1U80 12
W ien winning nm ncorod.
W br'Uiroder in ninth.
Sf Araer In ninth.
, 0 D 1 0 .0 a 0 1 0 0 '
J 00002001 1
J2j. Hsae runsT-SchtiIt. Wilson. Two
iSJ , aS"er, Do-n. A'rclior. Threc
' n "f" . Dot,b'.c plus-Livenfler. Archer
i t0 Clbmn. Stolon bases Sr.hulte. .
"(. i8"? 7 10 8 !'3 aninB3: off Laren-.
;bi l53ln. Base nn balla-OfT Lavcn
JK.??E,,S 4: 0,1 niWnec,n. 1. StrurV
fch. A!f' T; hr Catnnltt. 3. SJicrlfliio
Cirey. cny tJmplrcs-Ovens Jnd
N WINS TWO FROM
W BROOKLYN DODGERS
gnaUonai ,Vews Scrvh-c.
4&f doublo bill from tho
M vf.y scores f 3 to 2 and
Su weraroullilt and out-
II ta i,.S,,,ase of 11,0 games. They
M'lit second half clinched
UB fVnn.'i!s w,,ori lhe Braves
ffiin l.he b0-: wJtn -i fus
elcs that netted three runs.
. g'nST GAME.
frtU'l" 6,0A Boston- AD.tl,?I.6.A.
da ? J 2 CampVI. rf 4 o 2 3 ft'
0 " V,ln Sb . 3 0 0 1 1
i'!it fl 5 ift J Sweeney, 2b 3 0 0 4 2
V S 1 . S i 5 ?
J 0 n 1 Mrvlll. 4 o 2 0 1
. 0 ?f1rM,n' c- 4 0 1 S 0
jlM' o o o o ,,,r- s 0 0 s
BlLA'" ToUl . SI 3 9 27 "7
IlflH5cri1. tiiu" ' 0 ft "s
Mfrtlt T,7.":.bl,i. .Wte-nnmmM 2. Camp.
U r fmplres Eauon nnd John-
E ""i1 '"""'Aft! Bwton AB. R.H.O.A.
U'l) i : I nvl!n. 3b.. 3 2 0 2 3
Mil ? f ? n Kirk c. If. .. 4 1 2 5 1
IK1-a i i ; S' Vllle, m4 1 2 2 3
W; o J 5 rlnn. c. 4 0 1 8 0
JK4'1 0 0 o 0'McTl- P. t 0 0 0 2
?'. .' r ,n T,lnttl'
J'R: 2 3 0 o o o i o 2
7 ,,,V'3 0 i 0 1 0 0 2 -7
ft ME ' WhM Fliher, Sn-cenoy. Mnr-
tSffu TDwhin "'-Oimpben. KlDher,
'"UbS rtw-XIrke to Sweeney;
et on bili!i M-crn, Kirk-
. PBMfSioriaco hlt-Swconcy. Ralk.
JM ''ono and Eaton.
.Pfrltt and'iirooitii6: Fanning
;tel'tteV 'and FlRncr: '4Abe5
jHfc &-'Irat for tho first
DftDs; Give Chamber-
SBaii. i B and Ua. attack
iW" off- For sale by all
' JL f Advortir,',tnriit.
By International News Service.
D13TROIT, Oct- : The White Sox"
trimmed the Tigers, S to 5, today
In a slapstick combat, but not un
til Walsh sat In and took a hand.
Heavy swatting on both sides
marked the prolonged doings. Clcotto
started for the Sox and was bumped for
three runs in the opener. In tho third
a high heave by Weaver and Vcach's sin
gle gave the Tigers anothor run.
Meanwhile the Sox -were rude to Jensen.
They tripped Jilm for a pair of runs In
the second and another in the fourth.
In tho fifth and sixth, seven slams netted
live runs and the game. Walsh was sent
for In the eighth when the locals had one
run across, two out and throe on the
Clileaso. AB.R.H.O.A. Dotrolt. AB.R.H.O.A.
Rath, 2b. . K 2 3 2 3 Bufh., sa. . S 0 0 3 3
I-ord, If . 5 2 2 1 0 Cor'don. 3b. S 1 3 0 0
Colllna, rf. 5 1 2 2 0 Jones, rf. - 6 1 1 1 1
BodlP, cf.. 4 1 1 2 0 Cobh. cf. . S 2 3 3 0
Barton, lb 4 0 2 11 0 VcacK. If... B 1 3 1 0
Zcldcr. 3b.. 4 1 0 2 2 Louden, 2b. 2 0 0 " 4
Wenvor e. 4 I 1 4 '3 E Onaloir lb 4 0 1 5 0
Sul van, c. 4 0 3 3 1 J Onnloiir c. 3 0 0 5 2
Clcotte, p, 2 0 0 0 3 Kocher, c... 0 0 0 2 1
"W.Iah;- r... 0 0'0"0 IjJenaen, p... 3 0 0 1 2
Boehler, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Morlarty .10 10 0
MRUnago .. 0 0 0 0 0
Totals . .37 3 14 27 12 Totals . .38 5 12 27 13
Batted for J. Onslow In eighth.
Batted for Jensen In eighth.
Chicago .0 2 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 S
Dotrolt s 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 05
Error Lord. Weaver (2), J. Onaloir.
Summary: Tiro-bass hits Collins. Bortou.
Tbrco-baeo lilt Lord. Double play Zelder to
Borlon; Rath, Weaver and Borton. Stolen bnacs
Rath, Collins. Cobb. Hits Off Jenaen. 13 In 8
Innings; off. Clcotte, 11 In 2 2-3 Innlnus. Base
on bHo Off Jenaen, 4; off Clcotto, 3. Struck
out T3y Jensen. 4; by Boohler. 2: by CIc.ottc. 3.
Sacrifice Mu-Clcottc. 2. Wild pilches Clcotte,
Jensen. Tlmn of garno 2:10. Umpires O'Lough
Iln nnd McGrenry
LA JOIE TRIPLES WHEN
OFFERED FREE PASS
By International News Service.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 2. Whon Pitcher Al
lison tried to pass La Jolo today the lat
ter reached out and sent a triple over the
left fielder's head, driving . in two runs
and winning for tho Naps, 4 to 2. La
Joie's error -In the preceding inning had
given the. Browns one run and a change.
CLEVELAND ST. LOT.I3. "
Clovefd. AB.ILH.O.A- St. Lou. AB.R.H.O.A.
Johntton lb 3 0 0 6 3 Sliotten. cf.,4 0 2 2 0
Chapai'n. as 3 1 3 2 2 , Wlll'ms, rf 4 0 3 3 1
Olscn. 3b.. 3 1 0 1 Stovall, lb'. ( 0 D 11
Jtckaon. rf 3 1 1 4 0 Pratt, 2b;.. 4 0 0 0 3
Lajolo. 2b.. 4 0 3 3 3 Compton. If 4 1 1 0 0
Hond'x, cf. 2 0 0 1 0 Wallace, s. 4 113 2
Granoy, If.. 3 0 0 1 1 Austin. 3b.. 3 0 112
Btr'ham, lf 3 0 0 1 0 Alox'dcr, c 2 0 1 S 3
O'Neill, a 4 0 1 6 1 Ham'ton, p. 2 0 0 1 2
Blandlnp p. 3 1 0 2 2 Allison, p.. 0 0 0 0 1
Brief . .. 1 0 0 0 0
Totals. .29 4 7 27 12 Totals .32 2 8 27 IS
Batted for Hamilton In soventh.
Cleveland o 1 0 0 0 0 .0 3 04
SL Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02
Errors Lojolo. Blnndlng", Stovall, Alexander.
Summary: Two-baoc hit Lajolo. Throo-baae
lilt Lajole. Double plays Williams to Wallace;
Graney to Lajolo: Blandlng to Johnston. ' Stolon
bases Williams, Chapman. Hlta Off Hamilton,
S In 7 Innings. Bases or. balls Off Hamilton, 2;
off Allison, .1. Struck,.' out By. Blandlngv 6: -by
Allison. by HaraHton. .6. Stcrlfico lilu Chap
. man. HendrjTt. Olson, Alexander, Johnstone. Urn
' plre Connolly and O'Brlon.
Standing of the Clubs
Won. Lost. P C.
New Tork 101 -17 .682
Pittsburg 32 5S .613
Chicago 90 51) .B04
Cincinnati .'. .'. 74 77 .490
Philadelphia 72 77 .484
St. Louis 63 88 All1
Brooklyn 57 03 .HBO
Boston 50 100 :333
Won. Lost. P.C.
Boston 103 4fi .691
Philadelphia 8ft 60 .B97
Washington SO 60 .507
Chicago 74 77 .400
Cleveland ....73 77 .487
Detroit 69 SI .460
St. Louis R2 9P .244
New York 50 99 .336
Won. Lost- PC.
Oakland 10" 72 .593
Los Angeles 10.1 7fi .niR
ycrnon 98 -560
San Francisco 74 S5 .466
Portland 78 101 .437
Sacramento -..62 10S .365
ONTARIO LOSES TO
Special to The Tribune.
BOIS13. Ida., Oct 2. The second game
of the northweptern championship polo
tournament In progress In this city, with
learns from Portland, Ontario, BoIhc and
Bolso barracks, went on today at the
barracks polo field between Boise and
Ontario and was won by BolKe, tho score
being Boise 31. Ontario 3. Whllo not as
fast an exhibition of tho army sport as
that of yesterday between Boise bar
racks and Portland, It was featured with
skillful riding and desperate chances.
With the score standing 3 to against
them, the Boise four In the eighth and
last period made a sonaationnl rally, suc
cessfully blocking tho Ontario team, com
posed of Harry Chapman and hlo throe
sons, and rodo the field for three goals
that made victory possible. Up to that
time tho Ontario four had tho game ap
parently safely put away.
Tho Chapman family ?how wonderful
skill at the game, but wore weak in team
work. Boise had Individual stars In
Lemp and Ostncr, who were true when
shooting and were able to rally tholr
teammates behind thorn In the rushen on
the Ontario goal.
Today's Lonlsvillo Entries.
First Race EIen-sUtocnths of a. mile. Sell-'nc-,
Iclc . .'.::'.'.!!'.":"l00 TroJtn Hull Jft5
InaideU Anna r-alrlel 107
BrlKht Stonr 1M no.om.ry
slhtly Ml. 1M 4o im
Ella Orano 1"S I Mode 105
wn'. ;:::::::....oi iroundation no
Smoke Hmiso 10i(
Third nace Throo-nuarters of mil.. Belllnic.
w7ntreo d".. :i"v:::
Hill ' ICnlLassIa ... .........10,
Fonrth Rsre-rMlle and one-slxtwoth. HandJ-
"SffSf-r M:::::il I-Wi"::::::::::5Sii
wi Wool .... ...lOOlT- M. Oren 105
h R"-MI1 and ono-aUteenth. BolHnff.
, 8Uth Race Mile and seventy 7f1s. Selllnc-
Bleler FlnrtFiM . .! RPck l
I My Fellow 1051
Scores 25 Points, but Players
Fail to Show Good
The University of Utah football team
and the bunch of freshmen from the same
school met yesterday in a match prac
tice game and the varsity men succeed
ed in piling up 25 points while tho fresh
les were left without a. counter. The
work of the varsity was very ragged,
however, and if the men do not soon
show better form, no ono will be sur
prised lf 'Coach Bennion follows In tho
foolfitups of some of tho big eastern
coaches and does something desperate.
Last week "Hurry Up" Yost, Michigan's
famous coach; became disgusted with tho
work of hlo men and proceeded,' In his
best clothes, to show some of the men
how to tackle and to block a man. He
so far forgot himself that he ruined a
gold watch and a ?40 suit of clothes. A
similar thing happened at the University
of Chicago last week when Coach Stagg
became Infuriated at the slack work of
his men and threatened to thrash some
of the chief offenders.
Indeed, some such action om'the part
of Bennion would not be far amiss" lf the
Improvement is not immediate. The first
game is only two day3 off and such form
as tho east benchers showed last night
will not give them a fair start against
the speedy cowboys from Laramie.
Tho feature' of rhc afternoon in many
respects was tho work of the freshmen.
Of course with tho limited amount of
practice they have had they were unable
to advance the ball a great deal, but on
defense they showed up to advantage, and
if they continue to play tho same kind
of defenso and lmprovo their attack a
little they should defeat tho best team in
the high school circuit this fall.
Some of tho freshles are great play
ers and next year will undoubtedly force
some of the older heads out of the rogu
The Stack brothers are almost a team
In themselves and It Is spectacular to
see one of them tear Into Lon Romney
or some other star and stand him on his
head In great style. Besides this, they
can both boot tho ball with effective
ness and both will probably score many
polnt6 during the high school schedule.
Another pair of backlleld men who show
class are Gardener at quarter and Mar
getts at half. Gardener was almost the
whole Jordan team last fall and runs the
team fnst and with good Judgment. Mar-
though he never showed much class for
tho Red and Black he Is there with the
goods this season and his tackling Is Im
mense. Le Grand Daly and George Brock
meyer In the line play aggressive ball and
will make fine varsity material next year.
The chlof trouble with tho varsity
seems to be due to lack of the proper
spirit. The men have not listened to
their instructions properly and are con
stantly getting their signals and plays
balled up and frequently fumble the ball.
Of course there aro a few men among
which number are Tommy, FUzpatrlck.
Love. Ott Romney, Norm Hamilton and
Holmstead, who remember all right, and
It Is probable that the trouble will be
adjusted by Saturday. The line Is as
strong as over on defense but many of
tho men who do not know what to do on
certain shift formations on offonse and
considerable time- Is lost through this.
Tho varsity started out In snappy stylo
and made a touchdown early In tho first
quarter. They made another In the sec
ond and two more In tho third, but were
unable to do much in tho final period.
.Several times the freshmen got close to
tho goul and tried several place kicks but
.the varsity lino men broko through and
blocked the efforts.
D'ez Bennion and FUzpatrlck alternated
In the kicking and both men showed Im
provement, although neither Is the brand
of kicker that wins games.
HIGH WILL DECLINE
GAME WITH BUTTE
Coach Richardson of the Salt Lake high
school received a letter from Butte yes
terday In which the Miners ask terms
on which the local team will play In
Butte on Thanksgiving day. The coach,
however, has decided to decllno tho Mon
lana offer, although he sought the game
oarller In the season and realizes tho
prestige to be gained by defeating tho
northern team- The Thanksgiving dato
Is already given to Ogdcn, and this Is
the only date Butto will consider.
Tho trip to Boise on November 2 Is
the only definite date yet set, though tho
management of the warriors will try to
bring tho Grand Junction team hero Oc
tober 12- If this is done the Red nd
Black will likely play a return dato In
the Colorado town during tho latter part
a . .
Tho boys are progressing with tho now
style play and In nearly every practice
acquire some now trick.
In tho practice gamo with tho univer
sity Tcgulars to be held soon tho coaches
hopo to get a lino on tho Individual play
ers. Thoy expect their eleven to put up
a hard fight against .their more experi
The eecond game of the class series will
be. played this afternoon at 4:13 botweon
the juniors and seniors. Olcson and
Richardson will officiate.
Aggios Invado Colorado.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Oct. 2. Coach Teetzel of tho
Agricultural college, with a squad of six
toon men, will leavo tomorrow for Den
ver, where- his team will pla.y tho Colo
rado School of Mines Saturday, October
5. This- will bo the Aggies' first game
LOUlSVrLLE, Oct. 2. Today's Tesujts:
First race, rlx furlonR Flying Tom. 10
(Henry). 113.E0, S6.20 and $S.J0, won; Vollta. 10S
(Estop). 313,70 and J. 70. aocond; nam Illrsch,
111 (Loftus). 35.10, third, Tlmo. 1:13. Oltut.
Silk Day, Terrible Bill and Armour also ran.
Second race, fl-ro and a half furlongs Cohort,
11 (Wlngfleld), 39.20. 37-10 and J5.S0. von: Sa
lesla. 111 (Ooos), .39.40 and 37. second: OaRn'ant.
103 (Spellman), 321.10, third. Time, 1:0? 3-5.
1'alry Child, Helen Buraott. Lady Llghtnlntf,
Molsanl, Toy Boy and Trnco also ran.
Third race, alt furlongs drover Hughci. 117
(Ooosn). 34.20. 33.10 and 12.40. won; Jim BaseV.
104 (Mole&worth), I3.S0 and 33. aocond; Throo
Links. 101 (Buxton), 33.&0. third. Tlmo, 1:12 1-5.
Campeon and Kootenay nlro rail.
fourth race, air furlongs Hawthorn. 123 (Lof
tus) 33. 0, 32.40 and 32.40, won; Tho Widow
Moon. 1H (Honry), 33.80 and 32.40. second; Rdh
turtlum. 103 (Buxton), 34.SO. third. Time.
1:13 1-5. Benanet. Gowell and Solar Star also
Fifth race, mlto and snonty yards Ellu Bry
ion. 105 (Honry), 3I0.C0, 33.00 and 33,10, won;
Mudsill. 103 (Gooto), 33.10 and 32.60. second;
Oouoral' Marchmont. 105 (Moleswortli). 35, f0.
third. Time, 1:44 2-S. Danp.ernus March. Merry
Lad and Leuxienco nlso ran.
Sixth race, mlln and a sixteenth BfAUtlful,
100 (Molcsworth). 39 60, 31.80 and 33.60, von
Chartler. 103 (Buxton). 31.20 sad 32.70. second;
WorklnB Lad. 103 (Henry). 32.30. third. Time.
47 4-6, Hawloy, Camel, Roo of Jeddah, Com
nioner'a Touch and Eayvlllo ttlro ran.
Australian Bests Hicks.
BOSTON. Oct. 2. Freddie Hicks, the
Detroit middleweight, wljo claims to have
rtood off Eddie McGoorty and Bob Moha,
ban certainly gone back somo If the show
Inr In his bout with Dave Smith of Aus
tralia at the Pilgrim Athletic associa
tion here tonight counts for anything.
Smith beat tho Detroit man In every
round of their scheduled twelve-round
bout and was given the decision at tho
end of the go.
General Avery Dies.
NEW YORK. OcL 2. General Robert
Avery, civil war veteran, lawyor and
railroad official, in dead hero of heart
failure at tho age of 73. General Avery
was ole'atnd In rank from captain to
major f-'encral for meritorious Bervlce at
Lonkout mountain, whore he lost hl
rlgrtt leg Ho was vlco president of tho
Burlington . & Southeastern Railroad
MRS. EUGENE PAYNE
Wife of Former Cashier of
Failed State Bank Charged
With Falsifying Books.
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE. Ida., Oct. 2. Tbe Hpocial
rrand jury in sessiou in this city today
returned an indictment against Mrs.
Euecno Payne, wife of, tho former
cashier of the defunct Boise State bank,
also indicted. The true bill charges her
with makinjr a false entry in tho daily
balance book of the institution.- Her
bond was fixed at $500. Sho will be
arraigned October 5.
So far as court history in this county
shows, Mrs. Payne is tho first; woman
to bo indicted by a crand .iury for vio
lation of the state banking laws, one
was a bookkeeper in tbe bank at the
time of its failure, and is chargod by
the true bill with making an entry
under dato of September 1, 1911, of
$289,521.61. representing the total re
sources, when she knew that the entry
The grand jurv has made a clean
sweep of tho bank caso. The indict
ment of Mrs. Payne came as a climax
and .proved a sensation. She is well
known in society and has a host ot
friends. . , ,
Edward Payne, president of the
bank, indicted on several counts, and
who was active head of the institution,
will be arraigned Saturday. Ho is the
moBt heavily involved.
Tho grand jur' has not finished its
task. Up to date it has indicted Presi
dent Payne, Director J. W. Mehargue,
Cashier Eugene Payne, Assistant
flashier Walter Keefe, former Cashier
E. S. Clapp and Mrs. Payne, book
keeper. Several counts charging in
tent to defraud and embezzle stand
against each of them.
PQCATELLO NEWS NOTES.
Large Number of People Start for Mor
Sneclal to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO. Idaho, Oct 2 -The , Ban
nock county agricultural fair Is in full
swing at McCammon. The exh b Its aro
far above the average and Include not
only Irrigated district products butmuctt
from thcSdr farm section of this county
ChrlstofCerson Is doing splendid wot
with the aeroplane. A great number of
visitors from Pocatollo and tho entire
county are In attendance.
Josh Sholton. the Pocatel o negro who
was wandering around the hills In a de
mented condition for a week, and whose
partially decayed body was recently found
near Soda Springs, was burled here this
afternoon. It Is thought that he left
Hip camp under the Influence of a drug
and in this condition became lost and
died from exposure and starvation.
Sparks from a passing locomotive are
supposed to have been the cause of tho
disastrous blaze that destroyed the hand
some new depot at Gooding at about 4:30
this morning. Much freight and baggage
was destroyed and two Idaho Southern
coaches badly damaged. Arrangements
miinr wzt v fnr nn immediate recon
struction. , ,. .
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John
B. Reynolds died this morning. Funeral
An amateur benefit musical comedy,
"Bobby Blake," will be staged at tTie
Auditorium October 7.
A number of Pocatello peoplo arc re
turning from Salt Lake City, whero they
attended the sessions of the National Ir
rigation congress. Thoy claim that this
was the best session of the congress since
A. number of people of this city will
leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow morn
ing for tho Latter-day Saints church
conference at that place.
The supposed accomplice of tho Mexi
can. Alecady, held In Jail hero for the
theft of goods from somo of the stores
In Pocatello, was arrested In Ogden to
day. Special Officer Smith left for Og"
den to bring the man here for examina
tion on the charge of grand larceny.
Strang & Magulre of Salt Lake City,
who have the. paving contract In this city,
aro rushing work as fast as men can be
secured. There Is a great scarcity of men
for all kinds of work. Tho bltullthlc pav
ing Is being rushed to have tho contract
completed before cold weather Interfere
with tho operations.
WORK ON SCENIC LINE,
Railway From' Twin Falls to Shoshono
Will Soon Be Completed.
Special to Thr Tribune.
TWIN FALLS. Ida., Oct. 2. Tho work
of cutting through tho paving and laying
the rails through the paved district for
the now electric scenic railway from this
city to Shoshono falls was finished to
day und further work along the line will
progress much more rapidly from now on.
The Uno Is being built by tho ITollIstcr
Perrlne Interests, and R. U. Spafford,
secretary of the company, states that
work or push cars will be running In two
weeks and the regular passenger cars by
the first of December. A thirty-two-foot
bridge la now being constructed across
Perrlne coulee. This Is tho only bridge
of anv size to be built between this city
and' tbe falls A franchise has just been
granted tho company In Buhl and within
ten months cars will be running from
Buhl to Castleford. twelve miles south of
Buhl. The company expects to eventually
extend its line to Ilolllater and back to
Twin Falls. At present there Is only a
stugo line Into, the Castleford country,
which Is rich and productive and much In
need of the electric lino.
First Applo Shipment.
Special to The Tribune.
TWIN FALLS, Ida.. Oct. 2. The first
carload of apples to be shipped from tho
Twin Falls tract wont out, from here
this ovenlng. hound for Chicago. Tho
car contained 030 hoxes, nil Jonathan ap
ples, in two grades, fancy and extra
fanev. Thirty carloads will follow to
day's shipment. Tho work of packing
was bogun only Inst Friday and Is bolng
rushed to fill orders and enre for the
fruit. District Fruit Inspector Brcnnan
confidently predicts that at least 3000
carloads will bo tho year's .shipment with
in tho next three or four years. Today's
shipment woa made under direction of
the local Fruitgrowers association
MONTANA FAIR WAS
A GREAT SUCCESS
George IGotz, racing secretary and
handlcuppor of the Montana Stato fair,
arrived In tho city yesterday. Mr. Klotz
will officiate as assistant secretary at the
coming Lagoon meeting. He states that
the racing at tho fair was the host ever
held In the west, the attendance was the
largest over known In the state and
$12,000 was given tho runners In purscH
for six days' racing, something ncvor
heard of before at a ctrito fair.
Ho says tho main topic among the
horsemnn since the fair closed was tho
race Bert Getty ran In the derby, beat
ing Meadow a nose on tho post. A blan
ket would have covered the cntlro field
from flagfal! to finish. Tho raco will go
down In hlHtory as one of the best ever
I run in tho went.
On tho whole tho fair was a great auc
i cs In every department, and the man
I ugMiicnt wan so well pleased that next
) year tho fair association will add S2CO0
I In Ih" florin-
IF TOMATO CROP
Loss to Canners in Davis
t County Alone Will Be
Special to The Tribune.
KAYSVILLE. Oct. 2. Now that a
week has passed since the lieavy frosts
played havoc with the tomato crop In
Utah, the extent of damage dono can
John O M. Barnes, president of the
Utah Canners association, said today,
that Davis county's seven canneries will
pack not to exceed loo.OOO cases of to
matoes this year, as compared with an
expected pack of 250,000 cases. The pack
up to this time Is probably not more than
75,000 cases,, but another week of warm
weather will ripen much fruit still cling
ing to the frosted vlnen.
Computed In dollars, Mr. Barnes esti
mates that the loss of 150.000 cases,
which will be the shortage in this coun
ty alone, means $250,000 less revenue for
This loss will fall on canners, employees
a.nd farmers, the latter Delng out '$75,000
as a result of the unneasonable weather.
The canneries aro still working on short
time and will continue to accept to
matocH of good quality as long as the
warm weather continues.
Tho Utah tomato output had been
practically all sold, and with a shortage
In Colorado, it is evident the price of
canned tomatoes will ne high this year
to the consumor.
Kaysville Girl Dies.
Special to The Tribune.
KAYSVILLE, Oct. 2. MJs3 Efflo Grid
dle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Crlddle of Kaysville, died yesterday at
1:30 at the Dee hospital In Ogden, a
few hours after undergoing an operation
for enlarged spleen. Her parents wore
at the bedside when the end came. The
body was brought hero this afternoon,
and may bo viewed at tne family resi
dence from 10 to 12 on Friday. Funeral
services will bo conducted at the Kays
ville meeting house, Friday afternoon at
o'clock. Miss Crlddle was 23 years of
ago. having been bom In Kaysville,
November 19. 1S89. She was prominent
In religious work, and wa3 widely known
Dies Alone in Homo.
Special to The Tribune.
SPRINGVILLE. Oct. 2. Olo Hansen,
aced 72, a laborer, who had, resided for
many vears In Sprlngvllle, died of heart
failure' this morning In tho homo whore
he lived alone. He had been tilling for
several days but was not believed dan
cerouslv 111. Hansen was a native of
Norway and has somo relatives residing
In Utah who will bo communicated with.
It is understood here that while married
ho had been separated from his family
for many years.
Aged Man Dies in Provo.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. 2. Lorenzo Dow Smith
of Lake View died here today of gen
eral debility. Ho was born In Ripley
county, Ind , April S, 1829. and came to
Utah six vears ago. He loaves one son
and two daughters. Ono daughter, Mrs.
Emma Boeder, resides in Lake View. Fu
neral arrangements have not been completed.
JILTED, HE SHOOTS
GIRL; KILLS SELF
(Continued. From Page One.)
promlso me that ho would not ask Bell
to marry him for two years at least- Ho
willingly gave me this promise and we
were getting ready to send Belj cast to
study music. I felt that lf she wished
to marry Vflghtman after two years had
passed, Mr. Brown would not object.
After coming to Provo, however, Boll
had heard something aoout "Wlghtman
which seemed to cool her ardor and caused
her to break off the engagement. After
writing tho letter, Miss Brown received
letters from him dated at Ouray, but
she did not answer them. When Wight
man came to the farm today where the
girls were working he said that he bad
boon hunting them for .three days, but
that neither of them cave him a civil
answer when he spoke to them."
"Wlghtman was the son or W. C. Wight
man ot Payson and had resided In this
county most of his life. A brother, Roy
Wlghtman, Is living at Sprlngvllle.
Fees of Secretary.
Charles S. Tlngey, secretary of state,
yesterday completed tho tabulation of
bis quarterly report of fees received by
his office. During the quarter ending
September 30 a total or J13.57S.34 was re
ceived by the office from the following
sources: General fees, S1Z,0DS,3H: regis
tration of motor vehicles and chaffeurs.
$574; compiled laws, $74.00; corporation
llcenso taxes. $GS0; delinquent corpora
tion pennltles and costs, $1S0.
Suit Is Compromised.
Suit for damages In the sum of $10,000
and a compromise judgment for $728 In
the same case were filed yesterday In the
Third district court by Angela Skoda
against the Inspiration Consolidated
Copper company. The suit was brought
to recover damages for the death of
Frank Skoda who was allied while work
ing as a tlmbcrman for tho defendant
company on August 20 lasL
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thousands of high class men. Lot us
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ful man who finds it necessary to take
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ovorcome " craving" for liquor aud ner
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BIG STATE FAIR
AND ENJOY YOURSELF
Young lady demonstrators will
give you a cordial welcome and '
free cup of the finest TEA and the
most delicious COFFEE that can
LOS ANGELES. Cab, Oct. 2. City
Prosecutor Guy Eddie was arrested liite
today on a charge of "contributing to
tho delinquency of a minor person."
Ho was taken before Superior Judge
Curts D. Wilbur of tho juvenile court,
who set tho arraignment for Friday and
released Eddie on his own recognizance.
The city prosecutor declared he was in
nocent or any wrongdoing, and main
tained that he was the victim of a con
spiracy of political enemies.
The arrest was made shortly after
Mrs. Alice Phillips, 20 years of age,
had entered Eddie's office. Humane
Officer D. F. McLaughlin and several
deputies broke in the door and took
Eddio into custody. It is claimed by
the latter that the hinges of the door
had been unscrewed in advance to
facilitate tho officers' entry.
The young woman was said to have
visited tho city prosecutor with tbe
view of taking employment as a de
tective to aid in tne enforcement, of
city ordinances aimed at the suppres
sion of vice.
City Prosecutor Eddio has boon
prominent in local political circlos and
drafted many ordinances in connection
with an anti-vice crusade. Ho took
the initiative some time ago "in con
soring several musical comedies, the
scenes and lines of which he declared
were immoral. For several years he
has been tho storm center of u bitter
"GARY DINNERS" HELD
TO FIX STEEL PRICES
pittsburg! Oct. 2. James a.
Campbell, head of a Youngstown tube
company, testified in the anti-trnst hear
ing against tho United States Steel
company today that at a "Gary dinner,"
in New York, in October, 1907, he
learned from a speech by Judge Gary
that it was held to draw( the different
interests in tho steel business together
and to talk over and fix prices.
Mr. Campbell said that at the din
ner a general committee and three
subcommittees, ono ench for the manu
facturers of billets, sheet and tin plate
and tubes were appointed.
Shortly afterward, ho said, he at
tended a meeting in Pittsburgj which
was tbe outgrowth of the oppointment
of the subcommittees which was at
tended by 90 per cent of the shoot metal
manufacturers. After the situation had
been gone over, prices were, generally
understood, although there ' had been
no agreement, either verbal or writ
tn, hq said. No penalty or restriction
of output, he said, had boon mentioned.
OFFICER THROWN FROM
HIS HORSE AND KILLED
FORT YELLOWSTONE, Wyo.. Oct.
2. Lieutenant "Robert Lounsberry,
aged 28, quartermaster in the First
cavalry, second squadron, was thrown
from a horse today and killed.
Lounsberry, with a number of offi
cers from the fort, was riding to the
targot grounds where plans had boon
mado for n steeplechase. A troop horse
in the rear of the officers became
frightened and ran away, colliding with
Lounsberry 's mount. Lounsberry was
pitched into a mound of boulders and
was dead when picked up.
Lounsberry was married three months
aco to Miss Florence Earl of Lake
STOLEN FROM CHURCH
By International News Service. '
PIACENZA, Ttaly, Oct. 2. Tho oval
painting of tho Madona of the Rosary,
by Gatti,' for which it is reported that
J. Piorpont Morgan offered $20,000,
disappeared labt night from the chueh
of St. John. Tho jewels and votive
offerings of gold and silver adorning
the painting, which is regarded as a
miracle worker, also wero stolen. The
rector of St. John's church states that
several dayp ago somo foreign anti
quarians mado another attempt to buy
tho picture, but their offers wero refused.
THE WANT AD CHANGES ARE
Cheap, forceful, reliable. Thousands
rond them every day.
The Denver & Rio Grande
Effectlvo May 19, 1912.
Provo. Mantl. Maryavalo B:00 tu m.
Mldval and Bingham 7:45 a. nu
Denver. Chicago and Eot.... 8:35 a, m.
Park City 8:20 u. m.
Ogden and intermediate points. 10:35 a. ra.
Osdon. San Francisco, Portland 12:40 p. ra.
Ogden. 8nn Francisco. Portland 2:45 p. m.
Mid vol and Bingham 2:45 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and Eaat E:20 p. m.
Provo. Sprlngvllle. Tlntlc 4:50 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East .... 7:00p.m.
Ocdon. Portland and Soattlo . .11:10 p.m.
B ARRIVE DAILY.
Oeilen. San Franciaco. Loi
Angeles S:10 n, nv
Tlntlc, flpringvllle. Provo ....10:20 . m.
Bingham and Mid vol o 10:30 a.m.
Denver, Chicago and East.... 12:25 ,t. m.
Ogden and Intermediate points 3:10 n. tn.
Denver. Chicago and Eaat .... 2:30 p. m.
Ocdon, Sou Francisco and Weat 4:55 p. m.
Park City and intermodlato
Blnsham and Mldvalo 6:30 p.m.
Provo. Monti. Maryavalo 6:30 p. m.
Ogden. Ban Francisco. Portland :50 p. m,
Dnvr. Chlcaso and Eaat 10:55 p. ra.
Phona, Waaatch 2528.
No. I, F. and A. M.. will hold a special
meeting Thursday, October 3, 1912. at
1-30 p. in to attend and conduct the fu
neral ceremonies of Brothnr Richard
Gundry of this lodge. By order of the
WELDING ' H
WH WELD CAST IRON. ALUMINUM.
steol or any other metal: bring your
brokon mnrhlnos und -ntor Jackets to us
for repair. Utah Ornamental Iron &
Broiir. Works, 155 Wf-al South Temple.
Wnwuch 417S. g250
DR. T. J. LAUMAN VETERINARLN.
Pet animal practice a specialty. 32,
EaM Third South. Hol Ital for all anl
main. . Phone Was. 1S03-M. No. 6 Con
cord ct.. 325 K. 3rd South, g2130
CHINESE HERBS H
all diseases cured with his celebrated
Chinese remedies. hl2S
KEY FITTING H
cle Supply Co. Phone Bell 262S. o7Cl
any debts contracted by my wife,
Maria E. Austin.
(Signed) SAMUEL AUSTIN.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
Of Stockholders of Castle Valley Coal
To the stockholders of Castle Valley
Notice Is hereby given that a. special
meeting of the stockholders of the Castle
Valley Coal Company, a. corporation or
ganlzed and existing undnr and by virtue
of the laws of Wyoming, Is hereby called
to be held at tho office of the company
In the court house block In tho town of
Evanston. county of Uinta and stato of
Wyoming, at 12 o'clock noon on Monday,
October 14th. 1812, for the following pur
poses, to wit:
1. To consider and act 'upon the action
of the board of directors of said com
pany In adopting a resolution authorizing
(a) The issuance and negotiation by
this company of a scries of gold bonds
aggregating one million ($1,000,000.00) .
dollars, to be dated October 1st. 1912, du
fifteen years after date, drawing Interest
at six per cent per annum. Interest pay- '
able semi-annually on the first days of
October and April of each year, said
bonds to be subject to call by the com
pany at any time after thrco years from
date on any Interest payment date, and
convertible Into the capital stock of this
company at the option of the owner at
any time on or before October 1st, 1915.
at the rate of one share of said capital
stock for each two dollars of the face
or par value of said bonds;
(b) The execution and delivery by lhl3
companv to a trustee of a mortgage
upon and deed of trust of all of tho prop- JM
erty both real and personal now owned. tM
or which shall at any time during the
life of said mortgage and deed of trust
nn owned, by this company to secure
the payment of all sums evidenced by
or to become due under said bonds or
any thereof, excepting and reserving only
from said mortgage and deed of truBt
shares of the capital stock owned by this
company In other corporations.
2. To consider and act upon the form
and terms of the bonds so to bo Issued
and the mortgage and deed of trust so
to be executed, all of which Is fully set
forth In said resolution of the board of
directors, and a full and complete copy
of which resolution will be presented" to
tho stockholders of this compnny at said
special meeting for ratification or such
other action as may be deemed proper
by satd stockholders.
3. To authorize tho execution and de
livery of said mortgage and deed of trust
and the issuance of said bonds by the
proper officers of this company, If said
action of the board of directors shall bo
ratified and approved.
4. To tako any and all other steps VM
relative to or concerning the Issuance.
negotiation or sale of said or any of said IB
bonds and tho execution and delh-ery of
said mortgage and deed of trust as may
be deemed advisable by the stockholders
at said special meeting hereby called.
JAMES It. MAYS,
President Castle Valley Coal Co. p
G. 15. FORRESTER. H
Secretary Castle Valley, Coal Co.
Dated Salt Lake City. Soptembcr 25,
PUBLIC SALE OF UINTAH LANDS. H
The United States government will hold
an auction sale at Provo, Utah, on Octo-
ber 8, 1912, and theraftcr. ut which there
will be offored all the unentered, unsold.
unreserved lands In the former Uintah
Indian reservation lying north of lines
drawn as follows:
From tho S W corner of Lot 4, Sec 14.
T 1 N. R 2 E, to the S E corner of Sec
14. T 3 S, R 5 W, and thence to S W
corner Sec 13. 3 S, 5 W. From S E cor-
ner NE NE Sec 24. 3 S. 6 W, to S W
corner NW NW Sec 21, 3 S. 7 W. From
S W corner NW i Sec 21, 3 S. 7 W, to , ,
N W corner NE SW Sec 19, 3 S. 7 W.
From S E corner NW SW Sec 19, 3 S.
7 W, to S E corner NE SE Sec 23, 3
S. 8 W. From S E corner Sec 23, 3 S,
8 W, to S W corner Sec 23. 3 S, S W.
From S E comer NE i Sec 27, 3 S, 8 W,
to S W corner NW i Sec 27, 3 S. 9 W.
From S E corner NE 1 Sec 33, 3 S, 9 W,
o S W cornor NW J See 31, 3 S, 0 XV.
From S E corner Sec 36, 3 S, 10 W, to
N E corner Sec 4, 4 S, 10 W, and from
S E corner NE 4 Sec 4, 4 S, 10 W, to
5 W corner Sec 7, 4 S, 10 W.
None of the lands south of these lines
will bo offored for sale, they having boon
designated for mineral examination.
The lands in the several townships will
be sold on the following dates: .
In T l.N. R 1 and 2 E; T 1 N. R 1
W: t l s. r i w: t l n. r i w: t
1 and 2 S. R 2 W; and T l ana 2 S,
R 3 W; on Octoebr 8.
In T 1. 2 and 3 S. R 4 W-. T 1, 3
and 3 S, R 5 W; and T 2 nnd 3 S. R
6 W: on October 9.
In T 1, 2 and 3 S, R 7 W; T 1 N, R
8 W: T 1 and 2 S, R S W; on Octo
ber 10. .
In T 3 S, R 3 W; T 1 N. R 9 W; and '
X 1, 2 and 3 S. R 9 W; on October 11:
In T 2. 3 and 4 S, R 10 Wr on October jH
These lands win be sold for cash at ,
not less than flfo cents per acre, and
any person can buy not more than 640
acres, or bucIi smaller area as will, when LH
added to the lands bought by him at thn
public calo held in 1910. not exceed 640
The lands will be offored In 320 acres.
or north and south half section tracts
except in c&ses where homestead entry
men or tho owners of lands patented un
dcr tho homestad laws shall request the
.sale of smaller tracts adjacent to lands I
held by them. Bids may bo made In
person or by agent and tho fact that
a bidder has already used his rights un
dor the public land laws will not pr
vent him from buying at this sale. .
JAMES W. WITTEN.
Superintendent of Sale.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed bld I
will bo received by the undersigned up I
to 1 p. m.. October 5, 1912, for tho ma
terlal and labor below mentioned and
according to the specifications which are
open for tho inspection of the bidders
at tho office of , tho secretary of. ths
University of Utah, and all bids, at the I
above tlmo, will bo publicly opened and aH
read In tho office of tho Dcsorot Na- PH
tlonal bank. In Salt Laka City... ,
All bide must be addressed to the Unl
vcrelty of Utah, Salt Lake City. Utah. i
and marked at the lower left hand cor
ner "Bid." or such bids may bo deliv
tired to the board of regents at saw fM
time and place, of opening eame-
A certified check on some banlc in ,
Salt Lake City. Utah, for at least o per
cent of tho amount of each bid must -be
Inclosed. Each check Is to bo paabl
to tho undersigned, and is to be for- ssa
felted to the undersigned In caso ths bid fJH
Ir accented and the b dder does not on- i JH
ter Into contract within three days after H
tsr acceptanco for the faithful ecutlori I H
of tho contract und bond herein men-
"The" proposed contract and bond are
at said office and may be thero exam- i
''bond must be furnished for one-halt
of the bid. with pood and sufficient so-
curltles, all satisfactory to tho under-
Cl Tmf" bids am for tho followlne work: i
For constructing, on the unlversltv fJH
campus cement walks 6 and 8 ftldo i JfJH
and aggregating approximately 1313 feot fH
In length. UNIVBRSITr OF VTJjB. ,