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DUIOSlRAtIC VIOI.PRISIDEN.
IIAL CANO1DATE SPEAKRS IN
PORTLAND. ME.
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SPORTS OF THE WEEK
Tuesday.
Opening of ltrand i'riruit rlltln ai
nlt eting at ltadvillh Park, It oilsl f
Operi ng i of I:ake lti I'li t.t Ir'll 'r
tr ttin llme. l iu at It: I 1 IIna, III. I
o1r.4ll.1 lhK If Michlllstr.,l h sh It S ip t
1 i"llh t ii la I I i
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'rir
Wednedday.
Allnl'll '']I, ll hrin. l,. t . f "it . 1 t
I i I i N nn rt, l II
niini'nii "f i nut, TI' 1 R t., Ig (ti( nt
ll: ,t| lll ' .It l. I1 A nim atI I 'ihl.
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wf o (' (. n . a, at th1 e ila I.n
Thursday. I
Friday.
p...heig if twit |liyt' -it-" tIlm ing
111.
Saturday.
Mintor boat raues for the trltlsh In
ternatlion l trophy bgin i. ht ttting
h o flay, 1, I.
,nitlur 'Trctk anlid I'irMl MIltripnll
tan na .Iitito utn hamiuttllo1ut lil I ('etl
tic ip rk, N. J.
A. A. 1. 1 Wwititinig aun dilving
champinhipspliii at the New MYi.rk A. V,
Niw Yolk.
(1 mln ig .r flull inti.tlintg if KIn -
t,1. ;le ;:a.ll|ng asrho latir n lIt lxing.
tolt. 'tY.
Two Belglian arruy offi,'ers have in
vented a carriage for 1tuwllhne gittia
which can be drawn by digs, tihe
wheels shiaving plneumlatlc tires..
A poultry hospital for the treatment
and study of diseases of chickeni Is
a new feature of the IRhode Island ex
periment etationt
MAURICE M'LOUGHLIN.
1ttI", n , ,,[ '. Au l. ,,'if,'rnI ill ,lallice with 'rhot a I'. HIundy ofllA one time Johnsonl wa ithin two
..Ip f . th, l.tn t\, s, honr ,f I., Angeles. rgames of the championship. Mc
the c.,itr ni. riimjlt.ii t~cld. I 1M,'l lightln wal! in t I or 1 ito IItLhlin, hoWever, pulled hlmself to
gether and fathomingl the mysterlel
..fuir'e. I'. .lenighli in f n "-II ri- ,whell,.ll the players 'ante into the court of the Phillidalphlan' low cut stroke
tIl., , w .n , *ii, the ch'ttlo:m,.llllli in Ibut aftter the fIrst few games Johnson smashed thb balls across tUe court
singles dI,l.'efeatlg .all' . Jl-hni- iit hI4. ltow ep stroke working In land squared the match. After that
n, of Pllp,,! illn ' : nt II 1 iet i''. xttIt shIape and f.rs two 1gSlt tiF Johnson tired rapidly and McLoughlin
S hiltifrninni was unH!,l In handle It. had no difficulty in clinching the con
IThe .r' \r,. 3-;f.; ::.: G:3: ,It was o iI the ml I t lstubhorn test antd the championship.
I: I; - l'letests n.ln III ItI IP sl. sInce tihe This is the first ,ear that the tennis
M'l,eituhlll ll IIi' hi lHln,l*n.htll, i .\l,lcghlln-o'-Willia.i in matcth last 3week. titles have gone to the Pacific coast.
Progressive Party Platform
Adopted by State Convention, July 29, 1912.
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,oriratlinls doing business in this
state.
The enactment ,of a law which will 'I
requiro .:urlprrittlons. their agents 5or
replresenltativi'.% selling stocks or bonds
iII .Mo nt1urn. I file with the proper 1
staite offic'als a statement of their *
filnancilal cponditiln, purlpse and meth
ils of itdnig huiness't , and procure
frlln such state official a license there..
fir ibefore transaciting any business in
the state of Montana.
Interest on Public Money.
Reusoinutlin 3. Illteret on public
ttmoneys of right helngs to the people,
:Id wet. tl'and thle enactnment of laws
that shall bring this into effect.
l'roi\tl iot iti the part of the state I
for making louti s on Montana real
l:lstate lit Iow rat(s of interest, as a
,direct tnns of breaking the power of I
thi motiney rlust lit this state, and 1
for the further development of the
state ' resonlrc,..
A law toi gua:tral,,' hank deposlts.
The inmetlatll:l rlp.al of the iniquit.
nis house bill if0.
Equal Suffrage.
The uhtllissl,iion f a constitutional
amlndliiient ixiilltllting equal suffrage
rights to women.
Dixon.
We oimmend the public services of
th. Iloniraleh Joselph M. Dixon. our
present senior I'nltied State senator
froin M.Olltlnl, e'slpiiI'ally recognizing
lth hittler fight Iow lhing Inade upon
hint by the Amilgamllated (',ppelr com
itly and oither iicorporation interests,
which ;act in Itself i. siifficent to
imlnnle(lld himt to the people of the
State pnd nation. Thle excellence of
his publlle servclie andit the cause of
(iri trat hobstililty loward him are
Sshiulltnell usly ahuw Il land explained by
his ,ff.irts loni behalf of the long-and
.,hourl haul 'l.Iisie if the interstate
illlluniorie net. his conllsistent course
of ll'tlloll in union with the progressive
ilei-n' ter' i of the li ttitnud Staters senate
;lul li: maitnly fight on I 'anadianil rcdl
ur'u'ly ,i.as i tl iinile'd ulby the unfair
p111· re1 ,,lntliV plropl.'1,d, tire entitled to
hil highliet . . i(i t1et,,ldaton, land wn he
lieve it to he to Ithe he.st interests of
tIie stale uof Molntana anid the ounlltry
:i large that lie he ret rlned io the
'lnitedl ~lutati senatl next Maarch.
Roosevelt.
\Whilhe we believe the progressive
party miov.u'n',it is greater in principle
:11111 i'uii than Si te al c titvities( of any
ollne I(uin, We nevert helessI maintanll
that beI, ." iof hlis splendid l llcourage,
clear couvibltltit s "til iiiud rnilllluii will,
I'hi.dire t lousevult i l the loigi'al leiad.
ur of the iiogre'ssch'e larty, atild ,we
Ih,.ref'.r, pledge hi1 ouur loyal suipport
li'r iiiial ioiilI and eleutin,1 tfu tihe
lr" lishhliny vof lthe United Ilatlo.n
ON THE SPUR OF
THE MOMENT
By Roy K. Moulton
Musical Comedy.
T'tihu i l. filo w'linig lugr dihlents:
iille lil'"l 'i nit hon )'ll )l.
I I rl,' unI'I pr'I (s pll r lte).
iI., irll l'riend of princtl O s (inl
lieIu ithin oif lieiutenant (hiu'lotniie);
r flii iingl'v ifther (hItasso)
I T', lve uuirry villtage imald'ns
i.r l hi' llillti uinInI uilos (chorus mieln)
I' I ilghltling till agent (low eont
S oiln balcony.
t$ :lxtuei 0opg. that havi wothing to
dn with tile plot lf which there Is
Mlix these Ingredients thoroughly
and divide into two parts with a ten
minute intermission ' between and
therm you are.
The San.Al Afrios.
ihe mighty lion takes the floor.
This Is the hurdein of his roar:
"I am for Taft, not Theodore."
The' rhino rises to remark:
"I'or T. R. I have not a spark
of love. Wood Wilson hits the mark."
The hippo says that he sees red
Whene'er a 4Ingle word iS said
That even slithtly favors Ted.
Tile giraffe speaks and says: "8o far
As I'm conce'rned he's not at par.
This candidate they call T. R."
Tihte elephant says, although he
Is brother orf old U. ('. P.,
Thp'bolonel hie can never see.
)own to the, humble mountain goat,
,Spake all the animals of note,
And Teddy didn't get a vote.
Though rRoonevelt may make his stand
And whnol, her up to beat the band,
There's no support In jungle land.
Some Needed Inventions.
Noiseless campaign speeches.
Imitation .diamonds that don't look
the part.
Clothes ,resses with enough' hooks
to go 'round.
Bagless trousers.
Collars that will outlive more than
three trips to the [email protected]'*y.
Gosslpless barber shops.
Man's wig that will fit around the
back of his neck.
An Up.To*Date Woman.
The telephone on the weather dl
rector's desk tingled merrily and the
official answered.
"This Is dMrs. Frlby talking," said
the volte at the other end of the
wire. "I want to ask you If it is golng
to rain." I
"Is It going to snow?"
"It may snow some time today. I
think perhlaps it will."
"It is gEling 40 soot?'
"I mean is there going to be an
east wind that will blow the soot from
the glue factory chimney over into
my hack yard?"
"Yes, the wind will he in the east
nil day."
"Thanks; then I will hang out my
a clothes. If you had said that It wasn't
going to slin and wasn't going to snow
and that the wind wasn't going 4o blow
from the east I wouldn't have hung
them out. I always put the reverse
, ngtlish on tihe weather predictions.
SMuch obliged; goodbye."
t in England.
p Just a little brickbat,
Just a little pane,
Just a little suffragpt
Rtack In jail again.
BASEBALL NOTES.
Writing of the enthusiasm displayed
by the Washington tealms a Detroit
scribe says: "The Menators are s'
itIll of pepeper that Clark Griffith has
to smear the baseballs with quinine It
keep the boys from eating them.
In Pitcher Harold Grover. Cape. Ann
fans figuro they have another star
ready to Joil 'SlItuffy" McInnis In the
big show. Grover, who has a record
of 42 strike.outs in two gamest, Will he
tried out by the Boston Nationals,.
In a recent game In St. Louis Man
iager George 8toval, of the Browns,
had hilt neven asslsts at first base,
something unusual In a ntne-lnning
game.
I~mplre cBrtan ohased Clyde Milan
off the eildi the other day for disput
ing a deaisb.n, It was the first time
in his oarsar thbt Clletl was put' out
o e lo. 9, A s . ..e
orhr Eve.r e of .te irE. e iY
rr
Every feEa re of the service 1s
nodti.ea6 fo'r its ex eptional m
detail it' travel comlort.
ft . , Er ursiion P res
CHICAGO ...........................:...... .
S M ilwaUtke ....... ........ 0E 9 Omaha t.....................Su t . .)1g i
Sioux City ............. 9 Kansas City .........d.,
Proportionate fares from other points.
n rTickets on sale August 98, 81, September 4, B. Goilnlg l
limit 10 days. Iteturn limit October 81, 1919; I c.
Excursion fares in effect daily from Chicago to Canadian Li
cSlagt Points, Altantic Coast Points and a large general Eastern
- omtdrse Territory.
SLiberal Stopovers. Diverse Reout:s
For special jlnmphlet about
call upon or address
G. H. FIPYDER
E. A. GRAY Traveling Peas', Agent E. W. UNDIRW D j
General Agent 87 6th Ave.+ West Traveli~ng Aght
Helena, Montana
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NORTHWESTERN
Standing of the Clubs.
('lub- Won Lost Pet.
.le ttle ..... ............ 72 58 .554 1
tokane .... .................:71 58 .560 4
Vancouver ...... ....,. 71 61 .541 1
Portland ........... ...... 67 .495 1
Victoria .. .. ..... 60 67 .471
Tacoma ................. 5..53 79 .402 I
A Fruitless Bombardment.
Seattle. Aug. 26.-Breaking all bat
ting records on the Seattle baseball
field. Tacoma and Seattle battled to
day to a tie, 12 to 12 In 14 innings.
Darkness stopped the contest after the
two teams had amassed a total of 51
safe hits. Five pitchers were used,
and they all looked alike to the ram
pant hatters.' Tacoma played an er
rorles game in the field, but Mann
was the individual star, saving the
game for Seattle no less than four
time. In the last of the 14th he
staved off defeat for Seattle by a great
throw from center, cutting off Neigh
hors at the plate. No score was made
by either side in the last five innings,
although the oIme plate was threat
ened constantly.
Score: b Hi. F.
Tacoma ........ ........... 12 25 0
Seattle .... ..........12 26 2
Batterles-Churchill, Belford and La
Longe; oncannnon, Schneider, Thomp
son ar, d Whaling.
Williams Wine for Portland.
Vancouver, Aug. 26.-A timely two
base hit by Williams in the seventh
inning gave today's gave to Portland.
Score: R. H. 1.
Portland ............ ....... 4 6 1
Vancouver .......... ........2 6 2
Batterles-Stelger and Harris; Ger
vals, Engle and Sepulveda.
Viotorians.
Victoria. Aug. 26.-Victoria won to
day. Score: R. H. E.
Spokane ........ ................ 3 11 1
Victoria .................... 7 10 1
Batteries--Noycs, Cadreau and De
Vogt; Kaufman and Meek.
COAST LEAGUE
Standin1 of the Clubs.
Club-- Won Lost Pet.
V ernon .........t....... .... 56 .591
Ios Angeles ..............7A 56 .582
Oakland 7 ... 2 .551
Portland ........ ...... 57 A6 .456
San Francisco ............ 59 77 .434
Sacramento ..... ........... 50 2 .79
Angels Take Odd Game.
Los Angeles, Aug. 26.-los Angeles
took the odd game of the series from
Oakland today. (7hrlstian started well
hit In the lifth Heltmuller's single, a
sacrifice and Melager's double to the
fence broke the lee. Two more came
in the fifth. Score: R. H. M.
Los A ngeles ................ .............. 3 8 0
Oakland ....... .. ............... 0 3. 0
Batteries -- P verenz and Belesa
Christian and Mitze.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Standing of the Olube
Club-- Won. Lost. oet.
Denver ......... ......74 58 .583
Omaha .......................78 56 .5,6
at. Joseph ....... ......... 56 .522
Llncpln ......... ......64 62 .508
Des Moine ................62 64 .492
Sioux City ...........61 66 ).480
W iohit4 ........................58 6 .460
Topeka ............................44 80 .856
Des H'olnos,. 1: Omaha, 0.
St. Joseph, 6; Slouz City, 2.
1anooln, 6; Denver, 5.
'opeka, 9; ,WEolita, 6,
A Missulian olass all wilJ Vet it for
. .ov. .
NATIONAL IEAGUE
Standing of the Clubs.
Club- Won Lost Pet.
New York .......................81 34 .706 1
Chicago .................... ....756 41 .647
Pittsburgh ....................68 49 .681 1
Philadelphia ................... 56 56 .491
Cincinnati ......................55 d3 .468 1
St. Louis ................52 65 .444 4
Brooklyn ........................43 74 .3668
Boston .............................. 35 81 .302 I
Three-Bagger Wilson Shinys.
Pittsburgh, Aug. 28.--Boston and
Pittsburgh split a double-header here
today. The feature of both games
was the batting of Wilson of Pltts
burgh. He'made his 80th three-bagger
in the first game and 'his 31st and
32nd three-base hits In the second.
Scores:
P'rst game: R. H. B.
Pittsburgh ................ 5 12 0
Boston . ..... ........................ 4 9 4
Batteries-lHendrlx and Gibson; Hess
and Kling.
Second game: R. H. E.
Pittsburgh ................. ...... .... 4 11 1
Boston ....... ...................... , ... 8 11 1
Batterles-Cole. Warner. Perry and
Simon; Donnelly and Gowdy.
"Rube" Hit Hard.
Cincinnati, Aug. 26.--Cincinnati de
feated New York In the first game of
the series. Benton was in grand form,
allowing but four scattered hits. Mar
quard was hit hard. Two . doubles,
Grant's homerun and a single netted
four runs for Cincinnati in the eighth.
Murray's one-handed catch in deep
left was a feature. . Esmond was
ejected from the game by Umpire
Johnstone in the seventh inning for
disputing a called third strike.
Score: R. H. H.
C inoinnati ...... .......................... 5 13 1
New York ...:........ ............. 0 4 1
Bafterles-Benton and McLean;
Marquard and Wilson.
Cubs Play Ragged Game.
Chicago, Aug. 26.--Chicago 'played
ragged ball and Brooklyn won the
opening game of the series here. The
visitors hit the ball to all parts of the
field and ran wild on. the- bases.
Rucker pitched a fine game, holding
the locals to nine scattered hits. Two
bases on *balls, a triple and an out
saved Chicago ,from a shutout. The
distance between the two leaders for
the pennant honors, remains unchanged
today, both having lost.
Score: R. H. E.
Chicago ........................... ........ 3 10 5
Brooklyn ............ ......... ...12 15 1
Batterle l-Lefield, Reulbach, Lau
5ermilk and Archer, Cotter; Rucker,
Itagon and Phelps.
Phillies Beat Cards.
St. Louis, Aug. 26.-Alexander was
effective in all but one inning while
the local pitchers were hit at oppor
tune stages, Philadelphia winning the
opening game of the farewell aeries
with St. Louis. An error followed by
two singles gave the home tean) its
score. 'The fJeldlhg of Huggins and
Doolan featured. Score: R. H. E.
St. Louis .............................. 1 8 0
Philadelphia ....................... 4 10 1
Batterles--Geyer. Woodburn, Burke
and Wilpo; Alexander and Killifer.
AMERICAN ASS'N
4tandlng of the Clubs.
Club-- Won. Lost, Pet.
I 'Minneapolia ................9.. 8 47 .663
I Columbus .....................84 54 .609
Toledo ..............60 65 .598
SIMilwiaukee ..................6 69 .489
SKansas ity ................6..6 70 .481
ouevglle .............. .......I6 87 .8T4
at. p ul .......... ................ 78 .4i1 ,
lndihanpolls ................. 47 9S .888
Kansas City, 11; Toledo, I.
Milnneapoli, 17-1; I4id4ilollls, 8-1.
r Milwaukae, 1; lOolumbus, 4.
1. I~'el, 41 TL4.govllUe, . .
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Stllwding of the Clubs.
Club- . Wi1. Lost. Pct.
Boston ...... ....... ........ .689
Wlashingto .................70 46 .620
Philadelphia, .... ............... 46 .610
Chicago .........................60 68 .508
D etroit .............. ............6 4 86 .459
Cleveland ...... ................52 66 .441
New York .....................I1 75 .353
St. Lolts .................638 82 .317
End in Tie.
N'ew York,, Aug. 2,--.ýtew York and
ilevelahd . plaYed nl.he!ilnnilgs to a
tie. A thunderstorm broke up the
game in the 10th when Cleveland had
one man on base with one out. The
fielding of Lajole was the feature.
Johnston. the Cleveland recruit first
baseman, tied the score In the ninth
when he sent Lajole home with a
triple.
Score- R. H. '.
New York ................................8 16 2
Cleveland ............. ................8 16 2
aA.tteries-Caldwell, Warhop and
Sweeney: Blanding, Mitchell, Baskette
and CYNell, Carlich.
Walsh seats Boston.
Boston, Aug. 26.-Boston succumbed
to Walsh's pitching today. Chicago
hit Collins hard and with Boston
fielding poorly and Walsh pitching in
grand form and well supported, the re
sult was never in doubt. Mattlck's
triple scored Walsh and Rath for Chl
cago's first two runs In the third and
the visitors added two more in the
sixth' on Collins' triple and errors by
Gardner and Yerkes. Boston scored
one in the first on two singles and
a sacrifice and the second, In the
eighth when Speaker's double sent
Hen~rlcksen h'ioe, Who had singled as
a pinch-hlttktr.
Score- _ B. HR. E
.G olthn ....... .... ...................... , 7 4
Chicago :...:.................. ............:.14 9 1
Batteries---llins, Pape and Carrl
gan- Wlsh and Kuhn.
Double-Header Divided.
Washington, Aug, 26.-Whshington
and it. Louis divided today's double
header. Poor fielding lost the first
game, while a, sensational catch by
Shotten In the second kept the locals
from scoring.
First game- R. H. E.
W ashington ............ ..................6 7 0
t., Louis ......... .............. ....3 8
IBatteries-GM'oom and Henry; Al
lison and Alexander, Kriohell.
Second game- R. 'H. E.
W ashington .................. .............8 5 8
St. Louis ..................... . .. 4 6 4
Batterles-45ughes and Alnsmith;
Hamilton and Krlohell.
Athleti.s Down Tigers,
IPhiladelphia, Aug. 26.-Phlladetphia
took advantage of Detroit's battery
and fielding errors and won. Eddie
Murphy and Walsh, outfielders of the
Baltimore club, made their debut with
the home club and the former's playing
was a feattre,
Score- R. H. B.
Philadelphia ...............:5 9 1
Detroit ... .... ... .......................2 8 1
Batteries-Brown and !g1anj Dubuo
and 8tapag,.

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