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! THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913 '
I" ( SCOOP KNOWS HOW McGINTY FELT NOW j u Monog- EESfL tVER OUR HEAPS j 1 j fx"CAHTU5T KPTBl"" Jl xm JU5T DViNGr fcKs - c ; ow Mister ,5 coop-im above watkl illLn -i Hes com in I OGDEN EVENS I UP CONTEST Kittens Split Double header With High landers Locals Find Bohen and Welsher Knight Pitches Both Games Holds Team Down in First Game. M'- Missoula. Mont.. Sept. 1 The High- lander? divided honors with the Knlghtowls in a Labor day double f header, making the score for the ser- Bf Icb 7 to 2. The visitors won the first game 16 to 1, Missoula's errors contributing to a situation already HV made dl6mal by the ease with which Hj' the Ogden hitters got to Bohen and Welsher. Rustenhavn started for tli visitors, hut wan taken out In the flcflt after hf had pitched ten conse-cu-' tivc wide ones. Knight finished In good style Dawson pitched I tr Kf liant game for the home club in th ' second game, while Knight was hit freely. Scores- First Game OGDEN. AB.RHO.A Hi "VVesBle-r, 2h i 4 4 Woolums. lb n 3 - lo 0 Cobb, cf 2 3 3 0 f Jor.es, 3b. 5 1 3 1 Rlsberg bs .4 1 8 4 5 Blausser. rf 5 1 1 2 1 Moorehead. If 5 1 1 Ru6tenhaven. p 0 0 0 1 0 Knight, p 5 1 2 0 1 r Perkins, c 5 4 3 I 0 H ; Totals 46 16 22 27 11 MISSOULA AB. R H ( A H Cordtr. cf 4 1 1 4 1 Changnon. 3b 2 0 1 2 2 Perrine. 2b 3 0 0 3 2 H Carman, rf 4 ft ft l 0 Daschbach, 3b . ss 4 ft I 1 2 i Auer. c 4 ft l 6 2 Welsher. If . p 4 ft 1 I 2 Campbell. 3b 4 0 0 7 j Bohen. p 0 0 ft ft j Dawson, rf 3 0 0 2 1 Hit Totals 32 1 6 27 14 SCORE BY INNINGS. Hli Ogden 06ft 430 21ft 10 H 'i Missoula 001 000 (100 1 SUMMARY, Errors Rlsberg 2. Changnon, Per- I MARLEY I ARROW COLLAR CLUETT PAB ODY & CO. TROY GOODTOTHELAST DROP '-V I TASTES DIFFER H H But they never differ so much "' that they cannot bo suited at our fountain Wo serve in large glasses and the drinks ''fi are so good that you will wish after draining the "last drop," I .'y i thkl the glass held a barrel y.' I We servo all f! THE ALD TIME FOUNTAIN FAVORITES ifKjt as well ae the new ones thu fp- ftr worth while All "good t j Rt-v? i the last drop." H Ward's TW0 m VI all! 3 STORES 2341 Wash. Ave. 180 25th St. $j!$ I Phone 279. Phone 2234. Kg TELEPHONE US We'll send p 3uid get your shoes, repair them ufijat and return them very quickly. CLARKS' I rinc. Carman, Daschhach. Campbell, I . Isher. Two-base hits Cobb 3 : j JoneB 2. Perkins. Thre hase hit Cordtz. Sacrifice flies Changnon. Rlsberg 2. Double plays Wessler to KlsfttTg tn Woolums, Changnon to I Campbell to Changnon. Wild pitches ! -Bohen 2 Stolen bases Perkins. Wessler Bases on balls Off Ruston bavin -'. off Bohen I, off Welsher 1. ! Struck out By Knight 3, by Bohen 1. by Welsher 3. Hits Off Rustenhaven none In 1 Inning, off Knight C In I 8 2-3 innings off Bohen 5 in 2 in- 1 nlngs, off Welsher 17 In 7 Innings Left on bases Ogden f, Missoula 6 I Time 1:35. Umpire LaRorque. I Secona Game. OGDEN AB. R. H. O. A Wessler. 2b. 4 1 1 1 l . Woolums. lb 3 ft ft 8 1 ' Cobb, cf 4 ft 1 2 ft Jones. 3b 4 ft ft 4 0 Rlsberg. ss 4 1 1 1 C Blausser. rf 4 ft ft 1 1 Moorehead, If. . 4 0 3 1 0 Knight, p 4 ft 2 1 4 Perkins, c 3 0 1 5 1 Totals 34 2 9 24 21 MISSOULA AB. R H. O. A Cordtz. cf 3 l) 3 2 0 Changnon, 2b 4 ft 1 ft 3 Perrlne. 2b 3 0 1 3 Carman, rf 4 1 0 1 1 Dasrhbach, ss 4 1 2 ft 3 Auer c 3 2 1 8 1 Welsher. If 3 2 0 1 ft Dawson, p 4 ft 2 1 8 Campbell, lb 2 ft 1 10 ft Blankenshlp, lb 2 0 1 1 1 Totals 32 6 12 27 lu SCORE BY INNINGS. Ogden 000 001 1002 Missoula 000 U00 33x 6 SUMMARY Errors Cobb, Rlsberg, Moorehead 2. Perrlne. Ia6chbach. Welsher. Two base hits Cordtz 2. Daschbach, Wess ler. Auer. Home runs Rlsberg. Daschbach. Sacrifice hits Auer, Cordtz. Perrine Sacrifice fiy Wool ums. Double play Perrlne to Blank en6hip. Hit by pitcher Welsher, by Knight Struck out By Knight 2. by Dawson 7 Left on Dases Ogden '.. Missoula 6 Time 1:35. Umpire LaRocque. SALT LAKE AND HELENA EVEN UP Salt Lake. Sept. 1. The Sky scrapers and Vigilantes split a dou ble header here today, Helena taking the first by 6 to 1. and Salt Lake win ning the second. 4 to 3. Three home runs featured the last game. Flr6t Game HELENA AB.R.BH PO.A. E H. Spencer, rf. . , 4 2 1 2 0 0 Cronln. 3b 4 0 0 2 3 0 Menges, ss 2 2 2 3 6 0 Quigley, 2b 3 2 2 4 ft " Lussi. lb 2 ft 1 7 0 0 Gibson. If 3 0 1 2 0 0 Murray, cf 3 ft 1 0 0 u Crittenden, c 4 ft 0 7 ft ft Ames, p 4 0 ft 0 0 0 Totals 29 6 8 27 9 0 1 SALT LAKE AB.R BH.PO.A E Murphv. rf 4 ft 1 2 0 0 Davis. 3b 3 ft 1 ft 3 1 Bauer, lb 3 0 0 9 2 0 Huelsman. If 4 1 2 1 0 0 A Spencer, cf 3 ft 1 4 0 0 Pendleton, ss 3 ft ft 2 3 0 Schlmpff. 2b 3 0 0 3 2ft Erlckson, p. . , 4 ft 2 1 4 1 McClaln. c 4 0 0 4 2 0 xMorgan 1 0 0 0 0 0 xxJohnBon 1 ft ft ft 0 0 Totals 33 1 7z26 16 2 zCronln out. bunted third strike. xBatted for Pendleton in 9th xxBatted for Schlmpff in 9th, SCORE BY INNINGS Helena . nfti nl'ft 6 Salt Lake ftOO 001 0001 SUMMARY Twobase hits H. Spencer, Men ges 2, Huelsrnan Sacrifice hits Cro nin, Lussi, Bauer Sacrifice flies Lussi, Murray. Stolen bases Quig ley, Lussi. Runs batted ln-By Men ges. Quigley, Lussi 2. Gibson, Murray, A. Spencer BaseB on balls Off Ames 2. Erlckson 4 Struck out Bv Ames 5. Krickson 8. Ieft on bases Helena 5, Salt Lake 8 First base on errors Helena 1 Double play -Erlckson to McClaln to Davis to Pen dleton to Schlmpff. Hit by pltchet H. 8pcncer. Time 1.31. Umpire Frary- Second Game, HELENA AB R.BH PO.A. E H Spencer, rf 3 ft 0 0 0 0 Cronln, 3b 3 ft ft 2 2 0 Menges, ss 3 2 2 2 3 0 Quigley, 2b 3 1 2 0 3 0 Lussi. lb 3 ft 0 8 0 0 Gibson. If 3 0 0 2 1 fl Murray, cf ... 3 0 0 3 0 0 Crittenden, c 2 0 0 4 0 0 Fowler, p 2 ft ft ft 2 0 Totals 25 3 4x21 11 0 xGame called In 7th inning on ac count of darkness SALT LAKE. AB.R BH.PO A. E. Murphy, rf 4 ft 1 2 0 o Bauer, lb 3 ft 1 7 0 ft A. Spencer, cf 2 113 0 0 Huelsman, If 4 1 1 2 0 0 Davis, 3b 3 0 1 0 0 0 Schlmpff. 2b 3 ft 2 0 2 ft Morgan, p 3 1 1 1 2 0 Pendleton, ss 3 0 0 0 2 0 Stripp, c I 1 1 6 0 ft Totals 28 4 9 21 6 ' SCORE BY INNINGS Helena 000 2ftl 0 3 Salt Lake ftftft 220 04 SUMMARY. Tuo-hase hits Menges, Quigley, Silhlinpff. Home runs Menges. Qulg ley. Stripp Sacrifice hit A. Spen cer Stolen bass Huelsman 2 Runs bn'tted In By Menges, Quigley 2, Stripp 2. Bases on balls Off Fowlir 1 Struck out- By Fowler 2 Morgan f'. Left on bases Helena 1. Salt Uike 6 Hit by pitched ball A Spen cer Time of game 1:18. Umpliv Frary. GREAT FALLS BEATS BUTTE Butte, Sept 1. Great Falls took the agreement sevon-lnnlng game to day 2 to 1. In which ail the scoring was done in tho first inning After the first there was a battle royal be tween Kalllo and Duffy. Hester, first up In the first, walked; Wentz fanned Marshall let Faye's fly get away from lilm and Hester and Faye both scored on the play. For Butte Demaggio walked, was sacrificed to second by Turgeon and scored on Duddy's sin gle. The only feature of the game was the batting of Potts, who in three times up secured three singles and negotiated second base successfully twice. Score GREAT FALLS AB R.HO A Galena, cf 4 0 1 2 ft Hester, lb 1 1 ft 9 Q Wentz. 2b 3 0 0 1 Faye. If 2 1 1 2 ft Kelly, rf I 0 0 2 ft Potts, ss. 0 3 0 2 Weaver, c 3 0 1 4 1 Toner. 3b 3 0 0 1 2 Duffy, p 3 0 0 ft (i Totals 1'4 2 6 21 8 BUTTE. AB R H. O. A Demaggio, If 2 1 ft u ft Turgeon, lb 2 ft 2 9 ft Duddy, ss 3 ft 1 3 4 Katora. c 3 ft ft 3 1 Clynes. rf 3 ft 0 1 l Tucker. 3b 3 0 1 1 1 Whaling. 2b 3 0 0 3 3 Marshall, cf 3 0 11ft Kalllo, p 2 ft ft ft 2 Totals S4 1 5 21 12 SCORB BY INNINGS Great Falls 200 000 02 Butte 100 000 01 SUMMARY. Errors Wentz. Clynes. Tucker Two-base hits Marshall. Galena. Sac rifice hits Turgeon, Hester 2. Dou ble play Hester unassisted. Stolen bases Potts 2. Faye Struck out By Kulllo 3. by Duffy 1 Bases on balls Off Kalllo 2. off Duffy 1 Wild pitch Kalllo. Left on base6 Great Falls 8, Butte 2 Time 1:2ft. Umpire El-sey. STANDING OF CLUBS UNION ASSOCIATION Won. Lost Pet. Salt Lake 71 40 .64ft Great Falls 69 41 6L'7 Butte 49 59 .648 Missoula 48 '.2 8fl Helena 46 81 43ft Ogden 45 67 .4'2 NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. Pet. New York 85 3R 691 Philadelphia 71 46 6ft7 Chicago 68 56 .54S Pittsburg 65 57 .533 Brooklyn 52 68 4:iB Boston 52 68 138 Cincinnati 63 77 4S St. Louis 45 81 .347 AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost. Pet. Philadelphia s;j 41 .669 Cleveland . 77 49 811 Washington 69 54 .561 Chicago 65 63 5ft3 Boston 61 61 5ftft Detroit 56 71 .441 St Louis 48 83 .366 New York 42 79 .347 BASEBALL Chicago 2, St Louis 1. St. I.OU18, Sept. 1. Chicago won the first game of the holiday double header with the St Louis team here this afternoon, score 2 to 1, and in the second game, when Umpire Rig ler, in the eighth inning, said It waB too dark to play, the score stood two to two An error enabled St Louis to tie the score In the second game In the first game the home team started after Larry C Henry with a rush, scoring on a pass to Hugglns, Oakes' single and a two-base hit by Konetchy. After this lunlng the Chi cagoan was effective and the local hits were few and far between. Sallee pitched a steady game except In the runsthlrd Inning when Chicago tal lied Its runs Cheney and Leach sin gled and scored on Schulte s drive against the right field fence for a double. The visitors had several chances to score again but failed to connect with Sallee's offerings. Tho second game was a great pitchers battle between Doak and Pierce win the latter receiving poor support at critical stages. Chicago scored flrat. getting Its brace of runs In the fifth mnlng Miller singled but was forcd by Brldwell Archer singled and Pierco was passed, filling the base. Leech then sent a sharp single through third base scoring Brldwell HnH Lrc bar In the seventh Oakes and Whltted singled and advanced on KonetOhy's sacrifice. Evans single Sfnf Oaktl hom- O'Leary filed to Schulte whose throw would havr nipped WhlttAf at the plate, hut Ar cher let the ball bound off his shins and Whltted srnred before he could recover. In the Tourth Inning Gather In sliding Into second base broke his right leg Just above the ankle and was carried off the field The doctor who attended him said he would be out of the game for the remainder of the season. Red Sox 6, Yankees 0 Boston. Sept. 1. Boston won both the morning and afternoon games from Now York today, the first beln 6 to 0, and the second an eleven In nlng contest. 4 to 3. While the locals were piling up 12 hits off Schulz In the forenoon game. Moseley held New York to four scat tered hits Hartiell was tho only vis Itor to reach third base getting ther In the second Inning on a base on balls, a stolen base, and a passed ball The second game was an interest ing one Four hits, Including a triple by Wagner, gave Boston two runs In the second Inning and the home team scored another in the third on Speakers single his steal to secofd and errors hv Sweeney and Wolter New York's hre runs all WBTt fflltffl on solid hits Boston won In the elev enth on Hooper's single, Englf's sat rlflce, a base on balls to Speaker and Lewis' long hit to the left flelrl fence R H E New York ft 4 4 Boston 6 12 ft Batteries Schulz and Sweeney; Moseley and Cady. Naps 6, Red Sox 2. Cleveland. Sept. 1 Cleveland won two patTW'8 Imm ' Ill'HgO toda. M' morning game by a score of 6 to 2, and the afternoon game by 7 to ft The afternoon game was Cleve land's eighth successive victory, and the third straight shutout hurled by Pitcher Falkenburg In the afternoon Chicago got one hit in the first Inning and two in the third At all other times the vis Itors were helpless with the bat. . Cleveland scored three runs In the first Inning on Lelbold s single. Chap man's sacrifice, Chappell's muff ot Jackson's line drive, passes to Lajoie and Johnston and tiraney's single They added one run In the fifth on Jackson's single and siolr-n base, Ber ger'e error and Lanner's single. In the seventh they completed their to tal Chapman singling, and going to second on a wild pitch. Jackson r H' h Ing first on Weaver's wide throw, Lajoie singling and Johnston tripling Chicago 2 9 4 Cleveland 6 10 1 Batteries Clcotte and Chalk. James and O'Neal Athletics 4. Senators 1. Philadelphia. Sept 1 A batting rally after two men were out in the tenth Inning enabled Philadelphia to stave off a defeat and win from Waal Ington this afternoon by 6 to 5 Tli" Athletics also won the morning game 4 to 1 In the afternoon Washington scored in the tenth on Milan's double Gandll's sacrifice and Morgan's single Walter Johnson disposed of the home team's first two batsmen In the tenth and then E. Murphy singled and scored on Oldrlng's double The is' ter crossed the plate with the winning rall on Collins' single. Philadelphia worked the double squeeze In the second inning. Baker and Walsh scoring on Barry's 6afe hunt Washington tied the score in the third when Alnsmlth singled and scored with Johnson on the lattcr's home run Into the left field bleach ers A pass, two singles and an out again put tho home learn In the lead In the third. Houck. who succeeded Brown In the fourth, was taken out in the sixth, after Milan scored on a double and Gandll's single Base hits by Alnsmlth and Johnson ami Mol ler's sacrifice fly iled the score In the ninth Philadelphia 7 (t Washington ... 1 5 6 Batteries Bender and Schang Boehllng, Gallia and Henry. Reds Beat Pirates I Pittsburg, Sept 1 Pittsburg and Cincinnati shared an even break to day, the visitors winning the morn Ing game 6 to 4 in ten innings and the locals taking the afternoon game 6 to 1. Errors by Wagner and Viojt in the late innings were responsible In part for the defeat In the mornins. while Hcndrlx's wlldnesB aluo helped Cincinnati. Adams had allowed Cin cinnati only three bits In seven In nings but with n (.nance to get two runs he was taken out In Pittsburgh half of the Inning for a pluch hlttei" HendrU who took his place was In effective. Packard weakened In the ninth and Miner Brown who relieved him held the locals nicely. McQuillan held Cincinnati to four hits in the afternoon game, while CJ Morgan, the former Athletics' pitcher was hammered hard before he gac way to Johnson in the third A walkj to Dolan, a double by Carey, a single by Yiox and a triple by Miller gave Pittsburg four runs In the third Cin cinnati escaped nn out In the third when trip from Pittsburg on a special iralri. the distance of 138 miles boin covered In 143 nunjites They dreasei on the train and played In traveling uniforms. R H E Cincinnati 6 6 1 Pittsburg 4 11 2 Batteries Pnckard. Brown nnd Clarke. Kllng; Adams, Hendrlx. Rob Inson and Simon, Gibson. (10 Innings.) Giants 3. Boston 2. New York, Sept. 1. In one of the most sensational pitching duels ever seen on the Polo groundB. New York defeated Boston 2 to 1. In the four teenth Inning of the afternoon game Marquard Rnd Rudolph were the op posing pitchers and each man a! lowed ten hits. Marquard wa6 ex tremely anxious to win, as he had n son born this morning The winning run was made when Merkle tripled with one out and scored on Murra b single New York's first run was scored in the third Inning, when Snod grass singled was sacrificed to sec ond by Marquard and came home on Fletcher's single after Shafer had walked Rarlden tied the 6core two Innings later with a home run drive Into the left field bleachers Burns saved the game for New York In the eighth v hen he threw out Myers try ing to score on Sweeney s single R H. E New York 3 7 1 Boston 2 11 2 Batteries Demaree and Meyers. Hess and Whaling. (10 innings.) Quakers 6, Dodgers 2. Detroit. Sept. 1 Detroit took two listless and poorly played games from St. Louis this afternoon. The scores were 1ft to 5 and 5 to 2 Timely hit ting and loose playing by the visitors guve the Tigers both contests Detroit came up from behind In the first contest, knocked Lnvarani from the mound In the fifth Inning and won the game In the sixth. Craw ford's single, scoring McKee, pro duced the winning run. A moment la ter with the bases filled, Cobb hh safely to center and the ball escap ing Shotton. rolled to the fence, al lowing all of the runners to score Striking out 11 men, Comstock pitched Detroit to victory In the sec ond contest. He allowed only two hits until the sixth. In the first In ning, Crawford drove a home run Into the centerfleld bleachers. A peculiar feature of the game was the fact that Dftrolt secured only four assists and Bush got them all. In the first game a foul from Walk er's bat In the fourth Inning split one of Stanage's fingers and McKee re placed him Philadelphia 6 12 2 Brooklyn 2 8 1 Batteries Seaton and Klllifer. Walker and Miller CROSS-BARIEAN MATCH A DRAW Vancouver. B. C. Sept. 1. Leach Cross of Ne v York and Frank Bar rleau of Vancouver, lightweights, sparred a 12-round draw nt Brig house arena this afternoon. It had been agreed at the sugges tion of Cross that the bout be de clared a draw If both men were on their feet at the finish and this 6avod the New Yorker from an adverse decy sion. as Barneau outpointed him in eight of the ten round6. In ihree rounds Cross had a slight advantage. At the end of the bout. Cross was bleeding from the mouth and was badly marked around his left eye and on the jaw, where Barrleau had landed heavy blows Cross at, the start tried to tnke ev er, thing Barrleau offered, while war. Ing for an opportunity to land s knockout. Twice in the first round Bnrrieau caught the New Yorker oil balance and sent him sprawling. Both times Cross came up feigning groggi neaB In the next three rounds Bar rleau time and again beat the New Yorker to the punch, while Cross oc casionally lashed out with a vicious right swing thut neer landed In the sixth Barrleau was 6ent to his kneeB by a glancing blow on the head, but was up In an instant The last two rounds developed i great slugging match. Cross tried in vain to land a knockout Barrleau was too quiet and found the . v Yorkers jaw often enough to hold off the east erner, .who took most oi the punish ment. Both men were strong at tho finish UNKNOWN PUG BEATS WOLGAST Oakland, Cal., Sept. 1 Joe Azevedo fought his way to n decision over Ad Wolgast, former lightweight cham pion, today In their ten round bout here Tho going was fast and the younger fighter clearly earned the verdict In the seventh round Azeve do knocked Wolgast down. Wolgast fought almost entirely with his left hand, his right apparently being In no condition to Inflict, puniahmeut- The Sacramento lightweight was afflicted by stage fright in the open ing round but this wore off and in mi Him mil mi in in 11 iiiismii iiim nif Farewell Testimonial IN HONOR OF Prof. Elihu Call Prior to his departure to Europe, gven by hi6 pupils, in the FIRST WARD MEETING HOUSE, WEDNESDAY, SEP- 1 TEMBER 3, 1913, AT 8 0 CLOCK P 1VL An excellent program will be rendered, consisting of solos, J duets, quartets and trioa, by the following: Prof Elihu Call, Retta Sessions, Waltermar Call, Lona Ipsen, Geo Manning, Jennie Thorstensen, J. H. Bull, Bernice Glazier, Alex Nylander and Mark Critchlow. FOLLOWED BY A DANCE Esttl good music. All invited Refreshments served 50c per couple. Six-piece orchestra. Extra lady, 25c. Tickets can be obtained at Utah Knitting store or Nylander Bros tailoring Co. the seeond round he took the aggres- she, forcing the fighting. In tho seventh round Azevedo floored Wolgast with a left swing to the neck. Wolgast was up In a sec ond and clinched He tried to rough if In the clinch and the crowd hooted l while Referee Griffin admonished I him to be careful. In round nine Azevedo staggered ihe former champion with a stiff right to the Jaw. The tenth was easily Azevedo's. Wolgast landed several rights to the face but they lacked eteam. AMATEURS IN TOURNAMENT Garden City. N. Y., Sept. 2. The second day's play in the national amateurs tournament opened here early this morning with the playing off of the tie for the last nine places In ye&terday's qualifying round. The following retained their rights to continue: Helnrlch Schmidt, Worcester, Mass.; C. G. Waldo. Detroit. S. D. Bowers. Brook lawn. Conn.; W H Gardner, Buffalo; George T. Brokaw. Garden City; Ralph Peters. Jr. Gar den City; Percy R Pyne. II. Prince ton; Clilsholm Beach. Fox Hills. N V . A F Kaumer. Fox Hills. While the tie In the first half of the quallflng round was being played, the second IS hole round was also started. STIMSON'S CAFE NOW OPEN The Stimson cafe reopened Septem ber 1. and Is now ready to accommo date all its patrons. EDISON S VACATION Tortland. Me. Sept. 2 Thomas A. L'dlson after a week spent at Mon hegan on his first vacation in two PiUMP 1 jear.? arrived here last night, com plaining of a slight Illness. The na ture of his aliment Is not known but members of his family who accom panled him from Monhegan eald It wai not serious oo SOCIALISTS READ THE I. W. W.'S OUT SlTingfield, Ma.'t, Sept 2 Indus trial Workers of the World .vere read out of the Socialist party by George H. Wrenn, candidate for g'iernor of the state, at a Socialist rally in West Springfield, yesterday. 'I would rather have a Democrat or a Republican In the party," Mr. W ren told his hearer, "than a mem ber of the Industrial Workers of the World They are a group of mis guided men who are worUlng greeter harm to the Socialist party than all its "pen enemies without. "The Socialist Is a political party and you cannot run a political party urili ss if la kept absolutely ndepea dent of the Industrial field." BANKERS OBJECT TO CURRENCY BILL Washington, Sept. 2 Bankers' ob jections to the administration curren cy hill wto heard today before the senate banking committee as a result of the Chicago conference of bankers a week ago The hearings will coif tinue for the remainder of the week. While the bill Is ready for formal consideration in the house. It is far from being agreed on by Democratic leaders in the senate. Chairman Ow en and his immediate supporters on the committee declare, however, that more important changes demanded by the bankers will not be granted J. 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