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4 t t 6 s3 000
t ISO 52 490
t1E 00 412
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38 71 340
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c1 h L 60 l 48 056
y Ii 60 49 050
i 3 de land 48 ES 453
J din r 47 62 481
tGM F or 44 62 416
81 71 324
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rr f > Boston 2 St Louis 0
< f v jjv LOUIS Aug 10 Boston won
r fii l rt < Kajno in the series today 2
J tfrOJ Gardiner was badly cpikod at
t 1 I k14 base in the sovontk Hnglo
y his place
R H E
d JtItatt T 2 9 0
r l t 3k LotrIs 0 60
s < S Smith Hall and Klelnow Carrigan
iL ii1 Roy Kllllfer Stephens
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blevaland 3 Philadelphia 18
or EVELAND AUR 16 Cleveland
erasbadly beaten ty Philadelphia to
J day1S to 3 Falkenburfi weakened In
+ die eljith and a close contest was
S fniade decIde one sided Tho batting
ol JStov lI Comins nad Baker and
Sc v 57778 fielding were features Score
if a R H E
3 11 3
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r Philadelphia 18 23 0
> Fnl1tcnber b ainl Easterly Plank
S DYgert Coombs and Thomas Living
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> New York 7 Chicago 1
Chicago Aug 1tiNeTr York pound
t edOimstcad hard in the sixth Inning
today and four hits ooupled with
fthreo errors netted fire runs Now
York winning the final game of tho
Fortes 7 to 1 Score R H E
New York 710 0
Chicago 1 7 S
Queen rnd Sweeny Olrastead
Young White and Sullivan
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Washington 3 Detroit 8
WASHINGTON Aug 16 Washing
ton and Detroit struggled through nine
JnnlngB of rain and mud today tho
latter finally winning S to 3 The game
was Interrupted twice by showers
Ty Cobb stolo homo from third
Jn tho fourth Inning Score R H
In the fourth Inning Score
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Washington S IS 4
Detroit S 8 1
r Groom Otrey and Alnamlth Dono
Van arid Schmidt
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NATla L LEAGUE
Cincinnati jvlns both Games
pHiLADELPHIA Aug 16 Cincin
nati won both games today G to 3
and 4 to 1 The visitors although out
btter ln the first game bunched their
safe drives to bettor effect than their
opponents while In tho second Suggs
pitched effectively Score
First game R H E
Cincinnati 6 9 1
Philadelphia u 3 13 3
Rowan and McLean Clarke Moren
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ShetUer Slaughter and Moran
Second game R H E
Cincinnati 4 9 2
Philadelphia 1 4 1
Suggs and Clarke ShelUer and
Jacklltsch
St Louis 7 Boston 5
BOSTON Aug 16St Louis split
double header today tho visitors
taking the first 7 to E and Boston
the second 7 to 3 Score
First game R H E
SC Louis 7 14 1
Boston 5 5 5
Lueh and Phelps Evans French
Brown and Graham
socond game R H E
St Louis 3 S 3
Boston 7 10 1
Wills Backman and Phelps Frock
nd Raridon
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Pittaburg 1 New York 2
NEW YORK Aug 10New York
won from Plttsburg today 2 to 1 tho
third consecutive game marked by the
same score Both Ames and Adams
pitched superbly and tho issue was
tin doubt until tho eighth Inning Score
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Pittsburg r 1 7 2
New York 2 6 2
Arams and Gibson Ames and
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t WESTERN LEAGUE
At Sioux City Bloux City 6 Wlch
Jta 2 Game called at end of fifth in
sing on account of rain
alt Omaha Omaha 8 Denver 5
At Lincoln Lincoln G St Josephs
At Dca Moines Des Moines 3 To
K > eka 3 11 Innings
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it Columbus Toledo 1 Columbus
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< rkee 2
t 3 ft Indianapolis Louisville 3 In
4vvrr p01fs 4 Eleven Innings
4 + COAST LEAGUE
At San Francisco Vernon 2 San
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1 At Portland Oak and 0 Portland 1
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At Seattle Seatuo 0 Vancouver 1
SARAIOuHESULIS
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First race six furfoncs Hortdmer
8 to 1 won Besom 3 to 1 second
Helmet 3 to 1 third Time 112 15
Second race mile Woodcraft 114
Jp won The Squire 6 to 1e second
YDorontc 6 to 1 third Time 140
z Third race five and a half furlongs
fo Bashtl 9 to 10 won Love Note 11
6 second Sweopaway 11 to 5 third
c 106 15
rth race mile and an eights
Colef 16 to 1 von Firestone
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oJ to 1 second Bob R 5 to 2thIrl
Time 152 25 4 I
Fifth race live and a half furjqngs
Granlto 5 to 1 won Bon Lasca 5
to 1 second The Rascal S to 1 third
Tltne 107 f
Sixth race one mile Cinque 10 to
1 won SebaBtlon 30 to 1 third
Time 140
KAUFMANLANG BOUT
FINALLY ABANDONfO
NEW YORK Aiyj lGThrco thou
sand light fans who had nssomblod
at the Falrmoimt A C hereto see
Al Kaufman and Bill Lang the big
big Auutrnllan fight ton rounds were
disappointed tonight when the club
management announced that the bout
was off
John Bivrov Mitchell the oung
president of the board of aldermen
who lfi acting w mayor during Mayor
Gaynors Illness had notified the club
that he would nor permit the fight
Although four preliminaries were held
unmolested the orders from the act
Ing major wore so strict that the
main contest was abandoned
The big crowd was good nauiird
Announcement bad previously been
mado that all money paid for seats
would be refun lod Spectators had
come from Philadelphia Boston and
BaHimoiw to see the bout
Hugh Mclrtosh tho Australian pro
moter s K that in all probability
Lane and Kaufman would bo match
ed to frjjrt six rounds at the Ameri
can Losgt par in Philadelphia two
necks hence
BUTTE RESULTS
BLTTE Aug 1tTodnye results
First into futurlty course selling
Ramon Corona 101 Kirtfchbaum 7
to 2 vnn Caesar 105 Selden S to
1 serond Albiou II 107 JUles 11 to
5 thfd Time 111
Svcoml race five and a half fur
longs selling Goeslper III 112 Van
Disen 3 to t won Swagerlalor
111 Taylor 3 to 1 second nUts 11
114 Jahnscn 9 to 1 third Time
lOS Third race futurity course selling
Emma B 107 V sperJIG to 1
won Bononlca 107 Gauget 3 to 1
secondMamotunla 111 D Boland
10 to V third Time 110 35
Forcrth race six furlongs selling
Cop rtown lea Fischer oven won
Lor1 of the Forest 105 fGaupel 0 to
1 second Fern L 9G Kedcrls 5 to
2 third Time 114
Fifth race ono mile selling Miss
Naomi 107 f Fischer S to 5 won
Kalscrhavf 111 Klrschbaum 12 to 1
second Flora Riley Iflfl Rooney 25
to 1 third Time 1H1 3J
Sixth race ono mile selling Han
cock 112 Prior S to 1 won Ornate
100 CVandusen S to 1 second
Treasureseoker 101 Taylor 10 to I
third Time 112
PEORIA AUR 16An enthusiastic
crowd and fast time maked the open
ing of the Groat VVstorn rare lUe l
ine here today Tho w athor was al
most Ideal and ha traCk was fast
Although each of the three regular
races were won In straight heats
the contest were all close rind tho
finishes exciting
Interest wm centered Inthe race
between MInorIleii dgcwood Boy
and Lady Maul C Thr so horses
together with Dan Patch and George
Gano wore ohlblted Iji trout of tln +
grand slant aid rach of tho great
pacers in ty W Savages string was
given an ovation
Just after they had received the
word Lady Maud C driven by Walter
Palmer went into a break Minor
Heir at the pole carried HeJgcwood
Boy to tho quarter in 29 1J to tho
half In 59 34 and three Quarters in
131 12 Turning Into the stretch
the pace increased and tho crowd ex
pected to see a mile very close to two
minutes
Just before he reached the seven
eighths station Minor Heir broke
Hedgewood Boy followed suit Minor
Heir caught his stride first and won
by a nose In 20 12 Experts agree
that had It not been for tho break
the time would havo been 201 or
better
Summary
First race 212 pace 1000
Knight of Strathmore won Ira Gray
aeconM Auctioneer third Best time
206 12
220 trot 1000 Dr Trcgwoh
Alice L Woo tflrd secondAstuatari
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Clnr third Best time 2fOO i2V
221 pace Hod Grace1 Pointer
won Morton G second Fannie
Patch third Beat time 209 12
Grand special Minor Heir wpn
Hudgewood Boy second Lady Maud
C third Best time 201 12 I
OPENING DAY OF
GRAND CIRCUIT MEET
BUFFALO N Y Aug 16Tho
feature of the opening day of the I
Grand Circuit meet over the Fort I
Frio Ont oveal was the Maple
Leaf slakes 5000 for 215 pacers I
The chamber of commerce winner
The Abbe with Ed Geers in tho sul
ky was the favorite and Justified his
backers winning in straight heats
Summary
217 trot 1000 three In five Di
rect Tone won Volzora second Cap
tain Cute third Best tltno 209 12
215 pace the Maple Leaf 5000
Ihree in live The Abbo won Bran
Item Braughman second May Day
third Best time 207
207 pace l0t0 thrco In five
Walter Hal won Bigboy second
Gordon Prlnco third Best time
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WHITNEYS FILLEY
I STOCKTON AUE lGH P Whit 1
neys Belle of Troy flllcy won the
I trial all aged selling plate of 200 sov
ereigns for 2 year olds nnd up five
furlongs run hero today The Cya
tean flllle was second and Coronal
third Seven started
NOTICE
The Wasatch Gun olub well have a
meeting next Thursday evening Aug
iSth at J M Skecns office 300 Eccles
blK All members invited to come
OSCAR COUCH Secretary
STOCK ADVANCE
ON LOCAl 9 CHANGf
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SALT LAKE Aug Apparently
there Is more behind the steady im
provement In stocks than a manipula
tion For more than a week there
has been a stedj accumulation of
stocks by outsiders and buying orders
have been more plentiful than at any
time In months Eastern conditions
have also been favorable in spite of
what Wall street has had to say
Cedar Tallyman sold at 10 12 cents
and there was no stock out when a
hid of 11 cents was made on the
open board Loose stock Is very read
ily taken up In nearly all securities
Colorado was again up to 43 cents i
Columbus Consolidated was not as I
active as usual this morning although
it was at S8 cents Iron Blossom was
also quiet around 70 and 78 cents I
South Columbus Consolidated was
J the active security on tho exchange
today It Is reported that a good
strike has been made at tho property
and this has caused a number of buy
Ing orders to come in The stock
opened at 10 12 cents and reached
14 11 cents before tho close Quito
a bunch of stock was disposed of I
The total number of shares that
crossed tho rail this morning was 28 I
394 while tho amount paid out was
10778 GO I
On the curb market Opex was hung
over the fence and after a large num
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I ber of small orders were filled tho
stock refused to move The stock I
I opened at 40 cents but refused to
move beyond 41 cents There was
heavier trading in the stock than
usual The sales on tho curb market
this morning were 500 shares of I
McDonald Ely at 10 cents 3600
shares of Opex Consolidated at 41
Cents 1700 at 10 12 cents and 5000
at 40
BABY RIDES CAGED EN
PADLOCKED CARRIAGf
BAR HARBOR Maine Aug 16
a Harvoylzed nickel steed cage on
wheels cunningly wrought by a skill
cd onlltsnifln and safeguarded by
burglar proof locks of the most comp
licated design for morning rides of
Vlusou McLean Americas 10000
OfiO baby IB the latest and most
Startling novolty that the fond par
cuts have adopted to protect this lit
tle Croe3ua agnlnPi kidnaping i
VlnBcm McL4jan js the grandson of
I Colin K McLean and Thomas FI
Walsh of Colorado undis heir to
many millions
I The iconstnicrtlpn of tho steel cages
perambulator Msthe result of the roi
cent attemptof bjirglar to break in
to tho Edward Deal McLean mansion
a Dar Harbor In a possible attempt
to kidnap the wealthy child Tho
McLean baby Is now as carefully
guarded from all save his nurso as
If he were a little prleoner hold as
hostage Whenever he Is taken out
of doors he Is padlocked In his cage
carriage with a PInkerton detective
tinned with tho latest patented fire
arms attendance The walking
arsenal shadows tho baby and his
nurse lo and fro across the lawn
wherever the ride leads
ROBERT TREAT PAINE
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BOSTON Aj IGThe death of
Robert Treat Paino noted philanth
ropist and president of the American
Peace society is expected momentar
Ily at his home In Waltham lie was
stricken with paralysis several days I
ago and has been unconcious sfncd
I that time He is tho greatgrandson I
I of Robert Treat Paine ono of tho
signers of the Declaration of Inde
pendence and was born In Boston I
Oct 2S 1836 Ho practiced law for
eleven years and since 1S70 has de
voted his life to the promotion of his J
fellow men Ho built more than 200
homes for workingmen and Bold them
on easy terms In 1887 he gave 10
000 to Harvard college to endow a fel
lowship and In 1990 created and en
dowed tho Robert Treat Paine fund
with 260000 to provide for the spir
l itual moral and physical welfare ofd i
the working classes EI
UND REFUSES TO
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I PORTLAND Ore Aug 1GJohn
A Lind oxgovernor of Minnesota In
an Interview tonight gave what Is1
considered by those who know him
to be a strong intimation that ho Is
wavering In his decision not to ac
cept the Democratic nomination for
governor of Minnesota
I must decline to discuss politics
he began
But It is reported in Minnesota
tho Democratic comnrttec Insist
that you accept persisted the inter
viewer
l HI think a decision once made
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> The Government is after the beef trust the poultry E
trust and the cold storage et g99 But while con f ei h
r gress state legislatures and grand juries are investi li
J gating the high cost of living your meat bills and fI
grocery bills are soaring higher and higher i
The food problem san easy one if you know t o
i SHREDDED WHEAT m I
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It contains more real bodybuilding nutriment than t 1
meat or eggs is more easily digested and costs much f 1
less Always cleanalways pure always the r l
same price Your grocer sells it
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t r Shredded Wheat Biscuit is made of the 1
C A whole wheat steamcooked shredded I I
S c fr + and baked in the cleanest finest food
v factory in the world It is readycooked i J
j readytoserve Two Shredded Wheat 1
t Biscuits heated in the oven to restore I
crispness and eaten with a little hot
r milk and salted or sweetened to suit the
I = t rt 1 s r taste will supply all the energy needed 1
for halfdays a work If you like it for
breakfast you will like it for any meal
t Wit > w 3 > D ii combination with vegetables baked I
I r1Z r sr1 apples sliced bananas stewed prunes
5it or other fruits
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ALL THE G MEAT 99 OF THE GOLDEN WHEAT 0
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should stand replied the oxgover
norThen
Then your recent statements
should be taken as absolute declin
ation
11 shall not discuss politics par
ried the former governor
In his company at the timo was I
John E Burchard a member of the
LAnd staff who however says ho
I came to Portland on personal bust
l ENJLJNCTIE ness SUITS
TOTAL llIONS
CINCINNATI Aug IGSuHs for
injunctions accountings and damages
totalling millions of dollars and bring
ing into question deals involving four
railroads wero filed hero today by
Rudolph and Leopold Kleybolte
brokers
The suits are directed chiefly
against Newman Erb a New York at
I torney who since 1908 has been a
I disbursing trustee for the old firm of
Klcybolto Co a concern that de
clared Itself possessed of asserts of
I 8260000 when the liquidation was
undertiKen In addition to Mr Erb
r one of three suits Is directed at the
rl Chesapeake and Ohio railroad and
F M Bradford president of the Chi
cago Cincinnati and Louisville rail
road
Brb is charged with violation of
trust alleged collusion and fraud and
that ho speculated In sums hold by
him as trustee Three prlnc pal ac
counUilngs are demanded and a pray
er for damages names 1110000 as the
amount they desire to recover from
Erb
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The damages are asked because It
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Is alleged Erb as trustee permitted
1208000 par value of Dayton Tole I
do and Ironton railroads stock to be
sold at auction for 100000 The
plaintiffs demand an accounting for
over 11000000 profit alleged to have
boon rondo by Erb In acquiring con
trol of the Wisconsin Central rail
road rind turning It over to the Cana
dian Pacific
They also ask for an accounting
of the deal whereby the Chesapeake
and Ohio boupbt tho Chicago Cin
cinnati and Louisville and ask that
tho court restrain the payment of the
purchase money until that accounting
is made
The third accounting demanded re
lates to a deal by which Erb is al I
leged to have acquired at a low figure
a block of stock of the Ann Arbor
road when he was chairman of tho
board of directors of that road
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NO FIRES IN THE
YELLOWSTONE PARK
SALT LAKE Aug 16 Assistant
I Caneral Passenger Agent Spencer of
the Oregon Short Line toJay re
crlved a telegram from Mammoth
I Wyo regarding reported forest fires I
2n Yellowstone Park
Tho message read
I Please notify all concerned that I
there are no fires In too park They
J were all extinguished three days ago
and were never within twenty miles
J of the main traveled roads
STILL DENOUNCE JEFFRIES
JOHNSON PICTURES
EAST ST LOUIS Ills AuglG
Judge Mlllard Informed Mayor Cook
and Chief of Police Purdy that there
is no law prohibiting the showing of
the JeffriesJohnson pictures He
said any interference on their part
would bo trespass The judge rofus
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ed to issue an Injunction against ex
hibiting the pictures
BEET SUGAR STATIONS
TO OF ABLISliEO
DENVER Colo Aug 16Accord
I to William A Orton in charge of
the beet sugar investigation bureau
of the department of agriculture who
arrived hero today the government I
will establish a station in tho Ar
kansas valley for experimental pur
I poses with a view of teaching farm
ers the best method of Increasing
the percentage of sugar In their beets
The site of thc station has not yet
been deflnately selected Later ac I
cording to Mr Orton a similar sta
tion will > be established In tho north I
ern Colorado fields
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR I
MAYOR OF EL PASO
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I EL PASO Texas Aug 16AlI bUR
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Iness was suspended and all street
I traffic was stopped hero today from
10 to 12 oclock while the funeral of
W F Robinson mayor of the city
was being held The funeral was the
largest ever held hero
During the progress of a destruc
tive fire Sunday morning tho mayor
started to warn a party of firemen
of a tottering wall and was crushed
to death by falling bricks One fire
man was killed and two Injured at
the same time
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JOSEPH L FOLK ENDORSED
FOR PRESIDENCY IN 1912
KIRKSVILLE Mo Aug 16Thc
candidacy of Joseph L Folk for tho
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presidency in 1912 was unanimous
endorsed today at the meeting of lit
Democratic committee for tho flrr
congressional district
CHIEF OF POLICE
PLACED ON TRIAL
DES MOINES Aug 16Chlcf Co
Police George Yeagor was put os
trial before the city council of Da
Moines today on charges of ad
ministration brought by tho low
Is accused of permitting resorts and
gambling rooms to run and not en
forcing the law providing that the 7
saloons close at a certain hour
GREAT INCREASE IN CAPITAL
STOCK OF RAILROAD
JEFFERSON CITY Mo Aug llt
The Misouri Kansas and Texas ter
minal railroad company of St Lonlr
today filed with the secretary of stats
a certificate of an Increase in then
capital Block from 100000 to 10
000000
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IRON WORKER FALLS
ELEVEN STORIES TO DEATH
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DES MOINES la Aug IGA W
Baldwin a structural iron worker HI
eleven stories from the top of the
Equitable building today to his death
The man struck an iron girder whicS
split the body almost to the head
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O FIRE BEYOND CONTROL 0
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O STOCKTON Calif Aug 16 0
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O house district on the waterfront 0
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