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HTOSDAY MORXI27G, SEPTEMBER 15, 1904 THE SAXT LrAKE TKIBUjSTE. PAGE SEVEN ' H
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EnQRTiNG news jrsyi
3d story over
1 Lakers Fail to
ij find Ball
Iff Support Also Given
s,sick, Usual -Result
'g flayed Splendid Ball, While
'Elders Managed to Make
vKt our Errors.
t'lFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. .
iIstandlng of the Clubs.
VSw p, w, Li. p.c.
121 73 -IS .CO
;iSr 120 C7 03 .S5S
TWi 119 53 CC .115
ffcllikV 10 47 73 .232
IfML Yesterdriy'3 Games.
Spokane, 8; Salt Lake, 3.
?BJto The THbunc
BCANE. Wash . Sept. II. Dam
aSjpcrlor pitching for Spokane and
liKr 6upport given Esslck resulted In
Ipols taking the opening game o the
jsWi R. H. E.
ako 300 000 0003 C 4
uSe 003 Ml 13 S 1C 1
'Sftes Esslclc nnd Hauson: Dam
jtfcid Stanley. Umpire Davis.
Boise, 6; Butte, 4.
Kto The Tribune
ZMe, Ida., Sept. 14. Butte was again
T3r Boise today. At no time did tho
tjjjet themselves out. It appeared
ifcuch as though they were saving
Strength for the 3upromc test that
jraade next week In case Spokane
.-'chance to capture the pennant.
jr'M pitched a good game, but it was
'brilliant as some of his former cf
jThe Miners rapped him . for eleven
jit at no time were they effective,
e'l Smith was severely criticised by
5jlfcecaue of a decision at first. There
jlivcly altercation which was par
rd In in a salutary manner by a
Jfcan, but no blows were struck. If
SUBhad had more than nine men on the
vBcilth would have put Elscy out of
flipifne. The score:
tSK' AB. R. IT. PO. A. E.
'Jm cf. 4 2 1 0 1 0
iBsev. lb 2 l 0 14 0 0
3b I 1 2 2 3 0
fTBWl. 2b. ... I 0 1 1 4 1
SfclU- - ..112100
7ond, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
jRfi c I 0 0 5 0 0
yPJ?, S3 2 0 1 3 3 1
gfKU. P 2 1 0 0 3 0
"" 20 C 7 27 14 2
iWM AD. It. IT. PO. -A. E.
SPIn. P D 13 10 0
llfi G 0 13 4 1
' 3b 4 2 2 1
np-; 4 0 1 10 2 0
iWk Cf. 4 0 0 10 0
aW?' 4 0,0 4 2 0
hM)y' 3 0 0 2 2 0
Sl:!f. ..... . .4 1 2 1 0 0
ZtW: Ti 3 0 2 0 0 0
: . -y
9 : 4 11 21 12 2
0 0 0 1 0 3 2 0
; I 1000020 01
ii M.ar"ETarned runs-Bolsc. 2. Two-
31 DMcIntTe (2), Houtz. Runkle.
i'C i15 hlts-BabbltL McHalc. Sacrl-
wli e,,?Fkey Double plays-Runklc
fl ir. "'L'ckey unassisted. Bases
3 K,7?rt Slar'H. 3; off Bandelln. 1.
tfw.on,,crrors-Bol3C- Butic, 1.
Ii rT1,01. 3- McIIalo. Hit by
ST vairke,i; E.ls,'- Slru out-By
of";?"110; k Umpire-Dock Smith.
t SQme-l:40. Attendance 350.
Pai1 Patch Out of Danger.-
SKPpJS?,"- Sei)t' "--At noon to
Sfcbv ihic5.wa.s conslcrcd out of
atiaS?i V7"ttr nary swecona.
"VEorrn; course, be abandoned. He
5R. e aulckly recovers.
Ace hoese destroyed.
freaks a Leg at Hawthorne nnd
li f- Is Killed.
ta?rtLSept'iU-In thc stccplc-
I .hi, , f0, nt the ninth Jump,
f h i w,a,l,,,wa,s destroyed. Jocoy
'i to ?..r0(c Galba- scaped seri-
I loCn' CVQn i'H a haIf tyrlongs
l Smn,Tln"e"ai fit'COnd- Mar3h'
Stzf.i BicoPeehase. ahort course
J fflrr ti.T,0in' Donlniquc Von ec
? r!c;r tl,lr.d- Time. 2.4S.
I W MTTmeUiaiy4 4.eCOnd' C"rt0n
S i6econde, .."V-Shi wanna .won,
cond, Lthyleno third. Time,
ft Mwon1"!1? and. 6venty ynrds-Dr.
V wn thi imamPuf0Ur eecond. Gold-
t1 WhAX.Mvcn furloncs-Foccral won.
k $41 8n mVn Rcd Ra-Vn tbld
fi ' wonLord lr?,d a 1? "ur.ongs-
d Tim? l?2H-5 aOCOnd' Ono
toeld Coming to Salt Lake.
HPthe tnnniV 'Pear 'n Salt Lake
HlblUon of " L0', Prober nnd glvo
Park trn-u10 ,,r,vln,C l Agrl-Oi,inaiClt-.
ln a t-ttor to O L.
Kr VWd TBlatr;d thal would
Bs a P an exhibition miln.
cn-a 0,."net,tr can be aecured
'm0 ncrvy driver employed by a
Omaha Wins Two.
OMAHA, ScpL 11. Thc Omahas took
both games from Denver today. Hits
were kept scattered, but they were easy
marks for Omaha. Scores:
R. H. E.
Omaha 000 101 50 7 9 2
Denver 001 000 0001 6 3
Batteries Sanders and Freeze; Hostct
tcr and L,ucla.
R. IT. E.
Omaha .....000 316 0O 10 10 C
Denver ...001 000 0001 7 3
Batteries Brown and Gonding; Kcnna
- Even Steven at Colorado Springs.
ST. JOSEPH, Sept. 14 Colorado Springs
won tho first and lost' thc second gamo
of a double-header today. Scores:
R. IT. E.
Colorado Springs. 100 070 010-9 11 4
St. Joseph 000 020 0205 9 1
Batteries Nash or.d Bacrwald; Dlchl
R. H. E.
Colorado Springs 100 Ml 1003 S 1
St. Joseph 000 010 111 I 10 1
Batteries Sollcnbergcr and Mcssitt;
Clark and Garvin.
Two More From Sioux City.
DES MOINES, Sept. 14. Sioux City's
loose fielding in both games and hard
hitting by thc visitors, enabled Dcs Moines
to win today. Scores:
FIRST GAME. .
' R. II. E.
Dos Moines 010 400 0005 C 2
Sioux City 200 001 001-4 10 &
Batteries Stlllman and Towno; Cad
R. IT. E,
Des Molncs 014 102 10 13 0
Sioux City 000 000 011 2 12 3
Batteries Hoffcr and Towno; Koctal
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Los Angeles, 3; Oakland, 11.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 14 Hall
pitched such a poor game for Los An
geles today that Manager Morely an
nounced at thc conclusion of the one
sided contest that thc player would be
suspended indefinitely. Hall was hit so
hard in the last three innings that Oak
land scored nine runs and thirteen safe
hits. The game was called at the end ol
the eighth inning on account of dark
R. II. E.
Los Angeles COO 120 000- 3 8 2
Oakland 020 000 12'-11 19 3
Batteries Hall and Eager; Jones and
Byrne. Umpire McDonald.
Seattle, 2; San Francisco, 8.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 14. Williams
had an off day. Ho threw wild to first
twice and was batted hard ln the sixth
inning, "Whalcn was invincible. Score:
R. IT. E.
Seattle 100 1M 0002 7 3
San Francisco 000 305 000-S 12 2
Batteries Williams and Wilson: Wha
lcn and Leahy. Umpire McCarthy.
Portland, 2; Tacoma, 4.
PORTLAND. Or.. Sept. 14. Tacoma
won from Portland today ln an interesting
but featureless game, by bunching their
hits at opportune times. Both Keefc and
Thlelman pitched good gam03 and were
well supported. Keefc, however, kcntihis
hits the better ecattored. Attendance,
1000. Score: r h' e
Portland 000 002 MO-2 0 3
Tacoma 100 200 001-1 7 1
Batteries Thlelman and Hurley; Kcefe
and Graham Umpire Brown.
SUITDAY MEET ABEANGED.
Cyclists Will Perform at Saucer to
Procure Medal for Iver Lawson.
Arrangements were all but concluded
yesterduy for thc bicycle meet that Is
to bo held here Sunday afternoon for tho
purposo of securing funds with which
to procuro a diamond medal for Iver Law
son, tho speedy Salt Lake cyclist who
rccentlv won the world's championship
at London. Lawson Is very popular hero
and thc bike riders und sporting writers
aro doing everything In their power to
make thc meet a success.
Manager Harry llcagrcn has arranged
an attractive progrnmmo and every cy
clist now Quartered nt the saucer will
participate. The winners of tho various
events will be presented with bluo rib
bons and the procecdn of tho meet will
be used to purchnso a handsomo diamond
mdnl for Lawson. The Heath broth
ers have offered tho use of the saucer
track and the speed merchants will per
PRINCESS BUPERT FIHST.
Duryea's Entry at Brighton Beach
Wins Produce Stakes.
NEW YORK, Sept. 14, Thc H. B. Dur
yca entry. Princess Rupert and Rose of
Dawn, ran ilrst and second today at
Brighton Beach ln the second half of the
$15,000 Produce slakes for two-year-old
fillies. They were coupled ln the betting
and held at 2 to 9. The stable declared
to win Princess Rupert and Roae of Dawn
was under a pull all the way. Seven
miles started in the race, and at the lift
ing of the barrier Princess Rupert wont
to the front, followed by Rose of Dawn.
Tho entry ran tlrst and second all the
wav. Princess Rupert winning easily by
a length. Summary.
First race, six furlongs Thc Lndy Ro
hcsla won, Casclno second, Bob Murphy
third. Time, 1:13 2-5.
Second race, steeplechase, about two
miles Paul Aker won, East Kclston sec
ond. Numeral third. Time 4;40.
Third race, mile and sixteenth Llttlo
Em won. Jane Holly second, CarnlBh
third. Time. 1:47 2-5.
Fourth race. Produce Btakcs, second
half for fillies, two years, six furlongs
Princess Rupert. Ill (Shaw), 2 to 9. won;
Rose of Dawn, 109 (Hlldebrand), 2 to 9,
second; Raiment. Ill (Burns), 12 to 1,
third. Time, 1:15. Flinders, Bella Slg
noru, Floralla and Sparkling also ran.
Princess Rupert and Rose of Dawn wcru
Fifth race, mllo and n furlong Sonoma
Belle won, CInclnnatus second, Council
man third. Time, 1:54 2-5.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Sir Brlllar won, Santa Catallna second,
Saulsbcrry third Time. 1:09.
Stocking Provo Biver With Trout,
State Fish and Gamo Commissioner
John Sharp returned yesterday from Pro
vo river after planting 250,000 trout fry
In that stream. The fish were received,
through an application mado by thc Den
ver & Rio Grande Western Railway com
pany, from thc United State3 Fish Cul
turo station at Lcadvllle, Colo. Thc fish
wero distributed In the Provo river be
tween the mouth of tho canyon and
Charleston, u dlstanco of about twonty
Tho fish were ln excellent condition and
ono of thc finest consignments over re
ceived ln this State, To Superintendent
W T. Thompson of tho Leadvillo station
and his assistant, who came horo with
tho fish, Mr Sharp attributes the health
ful condition of the fry upon their ar
rival In behalf of tho Slate, Mr Sharp
wishes to express thc gratltudo felt In
.securing the consignment, It being a
LU'ttU bilfl at this Urn.
Long liltiiig, Perfect
Fielding Wen First,
Good Base Running, Aided
by Errers, Wen the
Detroit and St. Louis Divide Honors
in Well-Played Games in First
. Named City.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 12C 79 47 .627
Boston , 129 79 GO .013
Chicago 131 75 . 50 .G73
Philadelphia 122 09 53 Mi
Cleveland 12ti 70 5G .550
St Louis 127 53 74 .45C
Detroit 123 53 75 .114
Washington 127 30 97 .220
Yesterday's Games. '
Boston. 1; New York, 3 (first gamo).
Boston, 1; New York, 1 (second game;
called account darkness).
St. Louis. 7; Detroit, 11 (first game). SL
Louis. 5; Detroit, 1 (second game).
Chicago. 3; Ciovcland. 1 (first game).
Chicago, 6; Cleveland, 2 (second game).
f Chicago Adds Two to Her Score.
CHICAGO. Sent 14. Tho locals out
played CIo eland and took both games.
Long hitting and perfect fielding won the
first. Good base running, aided by costly
errors and wild pitching by Hess, mado
tho second very easy. Buelow was hit
on the head by a pitched ball ln the fourth
Inning of tho second game and carried
off the field. Attendance, 3200. Scores:
R. H. E.
Chicago' 101 000 01 3 7 0
Cleveland 000 001 000 1 0 1
Batteries Ovon and Sullivan; Donahue
R. H. E.
Chicago 120 111 00" 0 S 3
Ciovcland 001 000 1002 5 2
Batteries Patterson and Sullivan; Hess,
Buelow and Ostdlck.
Divided Honors at St. Louis.
ST. LOUI3, Sept. 14. St. Loul3 and De
troit each won a gamo today. Hard hit
ting characterized both games. Melntyro
hit tho ball and knocked It over the
right field fence ln each game, making
two home runs. Attendance. 3400. Scores:
R. H. E.
St. Loul3 OX) 000 034 7 14 1
Detroit 100 02 1 Oi j 11 13 0
Batteries Sudhoff and Sugdcn; Kltson
R. IT. E.
St. Louis 400 001 00' 5 12 1
Detroit 000 000 100 i 10 1
Batteries Pclty and Kahoo; Kllllan and
New York in First Place.
BOSTON, Sept. 14. By taking the first
game and tying tho second, Nov.' York
regained llrst placo hero today. The sec
ond game was called 'at thc end of tho
tlfth by darkness. Attendance S500. Scores:
R. II. E.
New York 201 CO") 0003 2 3
Boston 000 000 0011 C 7
Batteries Chesbro and McGulre'r Dlnecn
R. II. K.
New York 001 001 4 1
Boston 1C0 00 1 1 0
Batteries Powoll and McGuIro;. Gibson
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
Now York ....129 90 33 .744
Chicago .123 77 51 .001
Pittsburg 127 74 53 .5S3
Cinclnnail 12S 73 5 .570
St. Louis 12S 03 Co .495
Brooklyn 121 40 7S .371
Boston 131 47 SI .359
Philadelphia ISO 53 92 . 292
Clnclnnatl-Pltt3burg. postponed; wet
Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 1.
Brooklyn, 2; Philadelphia, 1.
BROOKLYN, Sept. 11. Rain mado tho
scheduled double-header between tho Phil
adelphia and Brooklyn National tenma Im
possible today, but thc teams met In a
single game, which Brooklyn won. At
tendance 10CO, Score:
R. IT. E.
Philadelphia ... COO 001 000-1 C 2
Brooklyn 000 Ml Ml 2 10 C
Batteries Corrldon and Dooln, Relsllng
and Rltter. Two-base hit, Gcssler; basQ
on balls, off Corrldon 1. off Uelsllng 1;
struck out, by Corrldon G; by Relsllng 4.
Postponed to Pittsburg.
CINCINNATI. Scut. 1L The National
league game between Cincinnati . and
Pittsburg that was to have been played
here today has been postponed to Pitts
burg on October G on account of wot
At Milwaukee First gnme, Milwaukee
3, Kansas City 0; second game, Milwau
kee 5. Kansas City 4.
At Toledo Toledo 1. Columbus G.
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 11, St. Paul
OPAL CLUB EXCURSION.
Sunday, Sept. ISth. via O. S. L, Round
trip only 51.00. Leave Salt Luke 9:30 a.
ni Leave Ogden returning at 9:00 p. ni.
ThlB will be the last chance of the sea
eon to visit the Hermitage In Ogden
canyon and enjoy trout und chicken
Hawthorno Entries for Thursday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO, Sept. 14. Hawthorno ontrles
for Thursday aro:
First race, five furlongs
Grace Elliott ....105 Ethel Barrymoro 105
Basford Belle ....105 Margaret H 105
Dart 105Harum Scarum .105
Mario Edna .. ..105 Princess Soult ...105
Long lOoSwcdlch Lady ....105
Yunga 105 Lcona Leo 105
Annlo Alono 105'Massacrc 105
Bessie Vasoy 105
Second race, ono mile, selling
Trompeuso 105 St Blue 105
Arab 105 Llssardo 105
Lida Lelb 105 Tho Hawaiian ...105
Chockayotte 105 Salivate 107
Armorer 108 Alamodc 110
Singing Master ..llOOcto Cafo 113
Third laco, ono mllo and seventy
Follpo Lugo .. ,. 97 Dalvay .. 97
Sir Hugh IMPort Royal 112
Fourth raco, six furlongs, Fleotfoot
Gypsccn 99 Big Ben .....120
Nannie Hodge ...103 Kurtzmann .. ..98
Judge Hlmcs 10S Ananias 10G
Beau Ormondo ..112 Floral King .. ..110
Fifth raco, ono mllo, selling
My Jano 105 Cyprlenne 105
Charllo Miller ....105 Watermelon 105
Woodlawn Bollo 104 Ebony .. 10S
Gold Banner . . .105 Punctilio 110
Proof Reader ....112 Bon Heywood 113
Sixth race, ono and ono sixteenth miles,
100 Sweet Tono 1M
Loulsvlllo 102Nloxus 101
Dungannon 103 Viola 104
Rosamond 107Atlantlco 107
Cnsava 107 Paramount Ill
Seventh race, live and one-half furlongs-Kate
Zltt 100 Down Patrick ...103
Matador .. 103 Eckersall 1(0
Devout 10G Michael Byrnes ..105
Florentlno 10-3 Bowling Bridge .100
Elotros 106Glgar Lighter ..110
Alcor 110 La Londe Ill
Weather cloudy. Track slow,
Rain Prevents Races.
READVILLE, Mass., Sopt. 14. On ac
count of rain today's races at thc Read
vllle trotting track wero postponed until
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 14. Delmar Park
summary: First race, five and a half fur
longs, selling Lady Lou won, Lclia Hunt
er second, Ethel Sprldc third. Time
Second race, six nnd a half furlongs,
selling Worthlnston won. First One sec
ond, Marchioness third. Time 1:29&.
Third race, mile and twenty yards, sell
ingThe Hebrew won, Athena second,
Mildred third. Tlme-l:51.
Fourth raco. mile and one-eighth, sell
ing Lubin won. Mainspring- second, Goo
Goo third. Time 2.04.
Fifth race, mile, selling Dollndo won,
Dr Klor second, Phlori third. Time 1:51.
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing Extol won, Howling Dervish second,
Bchoovo third. Time 1:27.
U. S. MINING STOCK ISSUE.
Sixty Thousand Shares to Be Used in
Absorbing California Property.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., Sept. 14.-Slxty thou
sand shares of new stock have been Is
sued by the United States Mining com
pany to absorb tho Mammoth group of
copper silver gold mines In Shasta
county, California, and to bo exchanged
for stock of tho Mammoth company, share
for sharo. Stockholders of the United
States Mining company will be offered
31,250 shares at 520 per share, pro rata,
and any stock not taken' thus will bo
taken by directors of thc United States
Mining company at 20 per sharo without
President Robert D. Evans issued a
statement today In which he describes nl
length thc negotiations conducted for thc
purchase of the Mammoth which was
taken over by a syndicate with whom
United SUxtc.s Mining company directors
arranged to buy 31,250 shares, tho snme
block which will be offered to United
Stnte.s Mining company stockholders.
They subscribed for 25.000 shares of Mam
moth stock at par and receive 6250 shares
as a bonus, all of which they have turned
Into the United States Mining company
treasury at cost. The CO.O0O shares of new
United States mining slock will be ox
changed for a like amount of Mammoth
PEACH DAY EXCURSION.
To Brigham City via Oregon Short
Line. Round trip 51.25. Three hundred
or more cases of peaches will be dis
tributed free, In addition to canta
loupes and watermelons. There will
aUo be baseball game, balloon ascension
and dancing afternoon and evening,
Brigham City Military band ln attend
ance. In the evening Nannie Tout will
sing In the Tabernacle. Special train
leaves Salt Lakr S a. ni. Special returning.
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
located ln the new basement at 32 Main
street, opposite Z. C. M. I.
f WEATHER RECORD, t
Weather for today Fair.
Yesterday's record nt the local office of
the weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, S2 dogrceo; min
imum temperature, 61 degrees, mean tem
perature, 05 degrees, which Is 2 degrees
abovo the normal.
Accumulated excess of tomporaturo since
the 1st of thc month, 42 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 41 degrees.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to G
p m., none.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since thc 1st of tho month, .42 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
sinco January 1. 2.92 Inches.
Abilene M Miles City ....... GS
Ashevlllo Si Modcna si)
Atlanta DO Montgomery i)i
BIsmurck , 43 Moor head 52
Bolso S2 New Orleans 30
Boston 02 New York GS
Buffalo ..... 72 Norfolk 82
Cairo North Platte 62
Calgary 53 Oklahoma S
Charleston 4 Omaha CO
Chicago GGPhocnlx , 92
Cincinnati 2 Pittsburg &
Denver CSPocatello 71
Detroit 70 Portland Sd
Dodge GO Rapid City 54
Duluth 5-1 Roacburg 78
Elklns 82 St. Paul 51
El Paso SO Sahlt Stc. Marie. 53
Galveston S3 San Francisco ... 04
Grand Junction . . 84 Santa Fo 78
Havre , CGScranton 01
Helena 00 Spokane 74
Huron GO Swift Current ... 50
Kamloops 70Vlclorla 71
Kansas City GS Wnahlngton ..... 70
Knoxvllle . .... SS Wlnnemucca ... E6
Lander Winnipeg 51
Little Rock 92 Yuma . 9S
Loa Angclm Si
CENSOS f HCt
Inter People in Salt
Lake at Wait
Those Who Earn Their Liv
ing in the City of
Over Nineteen Thousand of the
Population Are Bread
Special to Tho Tribune-
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept 14 Salt
Lake City has, according to the
figures in the Census office on occupa
tions, 14,339 males) and 3952 females,
above the age of 10 years, engaged ln
, making a living. These flgurey were
compiled in 1900, and are compared with
those of 18S0. There were 19,201 malea
and 21,322 females above 10 years of age
in Salt Lake City at the time the census
Nativity of Workers.
Of the total number of males- engaged
In th& various occupations less than
one-third were of native parentage.
Over one-third were foreign born, and
nearly one-third were of foreign pa
rents. Salt Lake City is the home of
49S7 males, over 10 years of age, who
were born ln foreign lands. One-half
of the working males are between the
ages of 25 and 44 years, the exact figures
Few Children at Work.
It may be of Interest to the people of
Salt Lake City to know that their city
has fewer young boys working than any
other city of the same size. There are
but 334 boyo betweeen the ages of 10
and 15 years working, most of the boys
being in school or at home. In Wilkes
barre, Pa., a city containing about the
same number of males as Salt Lake
City, there are over twice as many boys
working as in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City Is not the home of
many colored workmen, there being
only 31G in the city, mainly composed of
Chinese, who are engaged as launderers
Married Men Predominate.
Married men predominate In Salt
Lake City, which is not the cose by any
' means in most of the large cities. Out
of the total of 14,339 males who are
engaged ln making a living, S95G are
married men. The benedicts outnum
ber the single men nearly two to one.
There are only (16 divorced men among
the bread winners of Salt Lake City.
Division of Occupations.
In regard to the division of males
among tho various classes and groups
of occupations, it is found that trade
and transportation work occupies a
larger number of men than any other
lino. Under this head are classed such
work as that of agents, bankers,
clerks, merchants, salesmen, stenog
raphers, etc., which give employment
to 5131 males. There are 734 retail
merchants ln Salt Lake City, and 49
wholesale. There are 102 stenograph
ers and typewriters, nnd 703 clerks and
Mnny in Mechanical Pursuits.
The group employing the next larg
est number of males Is that embracing
manufacturing and mechanical pur
suits, in which there are 4810 bread
winners, 3227 of whom are tho heads
of families. Minors and quarrymen
outnumber any other" class in this line,
there being COG such workmen. The
MluitisiuiLiia iiiiinui;! loo. uiiu liii; tai-
pc-nters compose a small army of 572.
Professional Men Galore.
The capital of Utah is the home of
1220 professional men, lawyers predom
inating. There are 22G attorneys In the
city. Most of the lawyers are married,
but 19 are single. Only one attorney is
divorced. The ministers of Salt Lake
City number 76, and the doctors 120.
Females Earning Livelihood.
As already stated, 3952 females are
earning their own livelihood ln Salt
Lake City; over one-third of them are
girls between 1C and 21 years of age,
the exact number being 17S9. Of the
total, 27SG are single, the rest being
married, widowed or divorced. Al
most one-third of the total number of
females engaged ate occupied us serv
ants and waiters, there being 117S em
ployed in these capacities. There are
503 professional women in Salt Lake
City. 313 of whom are teachers, and
there are 417 dressmakers ln the cUy.
THREE DIVORCED HUSBANDS
Men Who Married Edna Trulock Cele
brato Return to Single Blessedness.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 14. Three di
vorced husbands of Edna Trulock gath
ered around a festive board near Ches
ter Park and Jubilated over their return
to single blessedness.
Thc affair was given by Constable
Tlmberkike, who recently got a divorce
from the woman, whom he married a
year ago. He invited a host of his bache
lor friends to the dinner, and then
thought of the divorced Mrs. Timber
lake's former husbands, nnd sent them
invitations. These men arc Edward
Sparr, Cincinnati, and George White,
Greenfield, Ind., who accepted, and
toasted to Tlmberlake's future happi
ness. JSach of the men had a toaHt to re
spond to. Sparr's was "Is Marriage a
Failure?" White's was "No Wlfey for
Mine''; Tlmberlake's was "Are You as
Happy Tonight as a Year Ago?"
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Is Ended by Court
Millionaire Is Granted a Divorce on
the Grounds of Desertion; No
DENVER, Sept. 11. Laurence C. Phlpps,
the Pittsburg mllllonalro, was granted a
dlvorco from his wifo, Gcnovlcvo Chan
dler Phipps, on tho ground of desertion,
by the District court hero today. No de
fense was mado and no cvldcnco was In
troduced to support tho charge. Tho
court listened to the reading of the com
plaint, which consumed about ten min
utes, and, no answer being forthcoming,
ordered tho decrco prayed for by tho
plaintiff. It also wos ordered by tho
court that the agreement entered Into be
tween the husband and wife be mado a
part of tho decree.
Will Transfer Froporty.
Under tho agreement Mrs. Phlpps obli
gates herself to convey to Mr. Phlpps
tho property at Pittsburg, now occupied
by her as a residence, and also the prop
erty In Denvar occupied by Mr. Phlpps
as a residence. She also agrees to assign
and transfer to Mr. Phlpps all thc bonds
of the United States Stcol corporation
now standing ln her name, amounting to
Gives Her a Fortune.
In consideration of the latter acUon Mr.
Phipps agrees to placo 5750,000 of Steel
company bonds with a Pittsburg trust
company, the Income of which shall bo
paid to Mrj. Phlpps bo long as she re
mains unmarried. Should sho marry
aajaln. she will have a life lncomo from
5250.COO of tho aforesaid bonds, the In
ccme from the remaining S5CO.00O to bo
paid to tho children of Mr. Phlpps by his
first wife and those of hla second wife,
sharo and share alike.
Will Livo With Each Parent
Tho two children of thc cquple aro to
rcmnln with each parent six months of
tho year, the place of resldenco selected
by Mr. Phlpps to be the residence also
of the children. When ln custody of either
porent. free access to them at all times
shall be allowed the other parent. Other
details ln relation to tho children Includo
the employment of nurses and govern
esses, education, etc., which allow Mrs.
Phlpps a consulting voice ln tho arrange
ments. Tho expense of maintaining the
children will bo borne by the father.
Lends His Wife Money.
The agreement charges Mrs. Phlpps
with tho expenses of her side of tho liti
gation and also obligates her to the pay
ment of all her own bills at present out
standing. Mr. Phlpps agrees to reimburse
his former wife ln the sum of $12,000 ex
pended by her on thc Pltt3burg residence,
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allow her tho Interest on tho Steel com- f
pany bonds now in her name, which will
have accrued October 1, 1004, and buy her I
equity In bonds of the Guffoy Petroleum
company. Ho also agrees to lend her
$20,000. to bo repaid ln thrco od.ua! annual r IH
Installments. Mrs. Phipps will have the iH
custody of the children for tho next month Y
and will reside with them at the Phlpps c 'H
home In PItLsburc. HH
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