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nj" o The Salt Lake Thibtcntb:' Tuesday Mokiusg-, .Takxtaky 5, 1904. ,
I1 H, AGH WINS BY A NOSE
fj,. Barney Schreiber's Celt
) Wakes Good,
' I FIRST TWG-YEAR-OL0 - RACES
Winner Is Well Played by
Good ,Work Enables Him to Beat
Prince Brutus, the Favorite
Constable a Surprise. '
I San Francisco, Jan. 4. Racing was re
sumed' at Oakland' today in tho presence
of a largo crowd, and Interesting: sport
was -witnessed. One of the attractions
was the first two-year-old race of tho
j year. It resulted In a noso victory for
j Henry Ach, a Balgowan-Ursula II. colt,
bred and owned by Barney Schrelber. Ho
was ridden by Tommy Burns and well
played. The muddy going, duo to the
early morning rain, favored him, and ho
j was enabled to beat Prince Brutus, the
favorite. M. A. Powell, an outsider, was
1 third. Bums also took tho mile and a slx-
I tcenth race on Incubator. Constable
! ' proved a surprise by winning the third
" at odds of 15 to 1. Nullah, the favorite,
pot away poorly, Nlgrettc was bid up
from J5C0 to ?li0. by John Weber, but
"Walter Jennings retained her.
BIG FIELD AT ASCOT.
1 Pinkerton and Lasca Leave Others
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan 1. The-feature
of the card at Ascot today was the two-year-old
race, the first of the new year.
A field of ten faced the barrier, with Bar
ney Schreiber's pair, Hcrslan and Pinker
ton, tho favorites at C, to 5. Pinkerton
and Lasca set a pace that left the others
far In the rear, and finished half a length
apart in the order named. Peggy Mine
got tho show. Favorites wero successful
In five out of the six races. Cloche DOr
was played very strongly to take tho fifth
and won easily. Eugenie B.. the 3 to 5
, favorite, was beaten by Golden Mineral In
I the third race.
I! Infants Thrive
on cow's milk that is not subject to any
change of composition. Borden's Eagle
' Brand Condensed Milk is always the
i same in all climates and nt all seasons.
I 1 As a general household milk it Is su
perior and is always available.
. ARE Y0U STILL LIVING?
, i Leading Question Addressed to Val
entine Young and Referred to
I County- Clerk James.
A letter addressed to Mr Valentino
Toung, this city, which is as amusing as
) it Is no doubt serious, has been given to
i '( County Clerk John James to answer. The
envelope was buried, in Inscriptions of
' one kind or another, and tho postmaster,
. , being requested to turn the letter over
1 1 to some one who could likely answer it
1 I it was given to Mr. James The writer
makea Inquiries of tho whereabouts of the
I man addressed, but winds up by asking
light from any one. Mr. James was un
able to find any record of the man ever
having been here. This is the letter.
! "Independence, O.. Nov,'"SO, lira. Mr.
Valentine Young: Dear Slr:-I am au
thorized by your fanily to Jnqulrc If vou
are still living, and if you aro at the
i same place. The address given to me,
I dated about three years back. Is Point
Valley. Salt Lake City, or Salt Lake Cltv,
Point Valley. Utah, Please let me hear
of your future. If you are not there no
, more, I would suggest the city author-
, j Ity or any ono who has knowledge ot
I your living there to give mo some in-
, formation of your whereabouts and ad
dress to John Jermann, notarv public, In-
j dependence, City county, Ohio. Enclosed
stamp for return answer, and oblige
"JOHN JERMANN, N.P."
II PLAN FOR BETTER SERVICE,
j What the Utah Light & Railway
1 Company Has in View for the
People of the City.
The first thins General Manager R. S.
J! Campbell of the Utah' Light and Railway
j company in going to work for In the
jl way of improvements is that reserve
II stca-n plant which has been spoken of
jl before and never materialized. It Is ex-
I pected that It will Involve the expendi
ture of $250,000.
The new company. Mr. Campbell said.
l Is disposed to do all It can for both the
rj lighting and car service of tho city, con-
a plderlng their establishments public util-
JH 'ties as It were: and they express their
i I desire to give a better servlco as soon
I as possible, and aro nt present conslder-
1 1 ing plans for the securing of large sums
to be expended on extending tho tracks
I as the city grows out and In putting on
j more cars us travel increases.
Jl The directors will meet oh Friday in-
cj stead of on "Wednesday as at first sched-
H u!ed. Their first business Ls the adjust-
n I ment of the financial questions, which
U are rather Intricate and will require some
jl time to adjust.
II NOTABLE DEAD.
1 T. A, Simpson, a well-known brccdor of
Arc cattle, died at his home ut Indepen
aence, Kas., aged 83 years.
Col. Hart Gibson, formerly a noted
; Kentucky breeder of thoroughbreds and
a brother of tho late Senator Randall L.
flbaon of Louisiana, Is dead in St. Paul
of henrt disease.
The Rev. Dr. William C. Stitt, secretary
of the American Seamen's Friend society.
Is dead at his homo In New York Cltv
! I or many years he was literary editor of
i the "New York Evangelist.
Gen. Gulllaumus Lebrun. "Father of thf
enezuelan Navy." and a leading Caracas
manufacturer and bridge builder. Is dead
1 ,cw V)rlc from Pneumonia, Ho camo
Nnw York a month ago with his wife
and 10-year-old so-n.
Col. Thomas P. Campbell, a well known
: lawyer who assisted In the prosecution of
yiiafnnv8,na-5f ?ov- G.oebel of Kentucky,
died In New ork aa the result of his ex
: Cr!Cn? in a scnoncr yacht, the Ro-
j rr.cr, which was wrecked In the Bahamas
1 Blue Point Perfecto,
1 Utah's Favorite ' Cigar.
1 Not how cheap but how good, -
TOOK TO THE CL9UDS.
Wild Woman Act Wasted on Wooden
Chairs at tho Unique Theater
An actthat would havo taken an audi
ence by storm was wasted on tho cold,
unfeeling chairs at the Unique theater on
'Main street about 2 o'clock yesterday al
'ternoon. The artiste In charge was Mar
guerite Santora and tho leading man was
Yv li. Gorlcy, manager of the theater
Mr. Gorlcy managed to stay in the lead,
although thoro wero moments when he
feared that Marguerite was about to over
Madame Santora has been giving what
is known as "the paper-tearing act" at
the Unique. She claims that she was un
der a two weeks' contract, and that tho
manager had no right to release her be
fore the expiration of that lime. Be that
as It may. Mr. Gorlcy went to "the green
room yesterday afternoon and informed
Marguerite that she was to be dropped
from the bill.
"My act goes with the house!" she pro
tested. "Well, it don't go with me," said Gor-leS'-
"What Is the matter with It?"
".Not enough action to it."
Somo more words wero exchanged and
Madame Santora suggested that" Gorley
might llko to sec her In her wild woman
act. Without waiting for an invitation,
she reached into her jtocking and drew
out a big, kecn-lOoklng razor, which she
whirled three times tiround her head
Then she started for Gorlcy. The latter
took ono look over his shoulder and ran
toward the stage.
Madame Santora pursued.
Gorlcy knocked down one ancient
cathedral, went through a vlliago street
and upsot an lvy-covcred cottage. The
madame was close behind, waving her
razor and uttering blood-curdling cries.
GorJey turned a handspring over the
piano and crawled through a woll-curb.
Still he could feel tho razor cutting be
hind hjm. With one wild spring he land
ed, in tho .branches of an old oak tree
and'thence cllrhbed on top of a crimson
cloud In tho Hleif.
Marguerite stood below brandishing her
razor. Gorley took a good grip on the
sliver lining of the cloud and yelled for
the attendants" to send for a policeman.
When Officer Sea'ger arrived hn found
Madame Santora ' In tears and the man
nger down from "the ftjs. Tho lady has
tened to tell her" troubles to the policeman.
The officer comforted .her. saying:
"Well. If ho hasn't ,kcpt his contract
with you tho thing for you to do Is to go
Into court les pendens ond get a cer
tiorari. The magistrate will habeas cor
pus him into court and serve an ex-parte
writ on the res gesta, so he will be man
"It will serve him right, too," muttered
the actress, and she permitted- herself to
bo led out of tho theater: "If there ever
was a man who ought to be damuscd It's
Scager winked at the manager, accept
ed a half-dozen season tickets and has
tened back to the police station to put
somo coal on the furnace, give medicine
to tho dope fiends, look after tho patrol
horses and attend to some minor duties
of his position.
FOLLOWED WRONG MAN.
Hold-TJps Neglected Man With S300
Roll, and Let Another Es
Clifford J. Crabtrcc of the Crabtrce
Commission company had an experience
with a hold-up Saturday night which he
regards a rather close call. Mr. Crab
tree, who lives at '440 South Fourth East
street, went- home on a late car that
night, and, after ho had dropped off at
his corner, two rather rough-looking men
also loft the car, one following at a lit
tle distance behind the commission mer
chant and the other crossing to the op
posite side of tho same street. Soon the
.nan behind Mr. Crabtrce called out:
"Hold on, there'"
Crabtrce thought he was calling to the
man across the street and paid no at
tention to the command until It was re
pcated In a still more impcr!6us tone
Then the merchant glanced behind him
and saw that not only was he the man
to whom the orders to halt were being
addressed, but that the individual giving
them was armed with a big. gun. Mr.
Crabtree was then -within but a fow doors
of his home, and ho decided to make a
run for It. He was satisfied that if his
front door was unlocked ho could gel
Inside In safety, provided the man be
hind the gun didn't shoot. Ho took the
two chances against hhn and sprinted
for a fow rpds like vu record-breaker. The
door happened to be unlocked and ho
dodged on the Inside Just as the hold-up
reached the'-front gate. Then through
the glass In the door Mr. Crabtree
watched tho man with the gun Join his
lato comrade, and the pair went off to
gether. Having no telephone at hand, Mr.
Crabtreo did not report the episode to the
police until yesterday; but ho was able
to" give a fairly good description of the
men, which, supplemented by what the
conductor of the car remembered about
fhem, may lead to their apprehension If
they remain In town.
George H. Burns bartender at the Com
mercial club, who lives at ?El East Fourth
South street, and who got off tho car
at the same time Mr. Crabtrce and the
hoodlums did, also noticed the two nus-plclous-looklng
characters, and feared
they were after him, his apprehensions
having been based mainly upon the con
sciousness of a ?300 roll which was weigh
ing heavily In one of his pockets. But
his course was in nearly, an opposite di
rection to that taken by Mr. Crabtree,
and he hurried home without waiting to
see what became of the men who didn't
look soocL to him.
ON ALL CAR LINES.
Try It The Next Time You
8. C, EWING, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining men and stock
men- RATES A DAY AND UP.
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Health. Recreation and Pleasure. Get
The Park Hotel, HIOH CLASS.
American and l-.uroycan Plan.
Finest Cafes and Grill Rooms West of
N. Y. Marble Bath House. Complete
Gymnasiums. Open Dec 1st to May 16th.
J. R. Hayes, Lessee and Manager; J. C.
Walker. AwBoclate Manaecr.
I Unequalled in Purity B
OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS j
OSWEGO CORN STARCH j
SALT -LAKE TUBF
California and Zumt Htnim
if We are giving the greatest values ever offered in high-grade merchandise. We pro
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jH the famous Alfred Benjamin & Co, Suits and Overcoats are on sale at the following If:
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' 1 1 20 Per eent Discount FROM REGULAR PRICE. J $ 39plp fflk
4 ' inllii A A Une of MANHATTAN and MONARCH SHIRTS worth fir jj jf g
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