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jL SAI,T 3LAgBI TBIS- gRiDAT Morarora, joke, 10. 1904. , I
3iy and FSynn Are
5ithr Able to Put the Other
Out and Referee Divides
I the Purse.
. Preliminary Bout an Interesting
'Li Mature of an Exciting Evening
ft RMfTER twonly rutls of as pretty
i If fighting as has been goon In this
ih. , city for a long time. Refcrco "Wil
nvT ' 'aid Bean ,ast "Kht called tho
4 t between Tommy Rellly of San Fran.
I o nnd Jim Flynn of Colorado a draw.
f decision was well rccolvcd by tho
j persons present and even the lighters
05 hsclvcs doclurcd the referee's action
isii j wst fnlr one Flynn had it shade tho
1 tcr of govern! of the opening rounds
rRellly carried off tho honors along
Sard the finish, but rrtithcr man was in
J iress at any time. ReiUy whs nuich
' faster and clovercr. but Flynn had tho
'm?4 ' ntnB of wlsht and strength. The
I CM t fighter did moat o( the leading und
i Sled much the cleaner blows. Flynn
Pro? occas,onal,y loro 1,1 11,c 11 uiU nd
GUI. yy ns lights- opponent to the ropes.
", Colorado boxer countered "cleverly
; I. had a shado the better of the ln
l'tlnff, ' -S he opening' rounds wore very fust,
iujje lly smashed in a pair of hard ones on
i wn Tin's mouth at tho very start. This
wl ed tlirt Colorado scrapper and a nit
ZTTT emlx-up ensued.' Both men wore so
mp fa fast pace when tho bell sounded.
fjpf n tho second Rellly smashed his op
UUfi lent on the nose bringing first blood.
3 iree infighting followed, at which game
Tin seemed to excel on account of his
TA&ij foe fourth, llfth and sixth rounds wero
by hnde The big fellow per
Bsba :ently bored In and in tho sixth round
rcim -'l'cr a terrific right to tho neck that
nAm eed the Pacific middle-weight to slow
Alfl' &z "'nth and tenth went to Ttelllv bv
jarrow margin A succession of hard
Hops on tho head and stomach caused
mil ton to wlnco nnd ho kept well covered
i. i Ins the lnttor part of tho round.
tic next two rounds wore about oven,
OjHWhJtMn having slowed up considerably.
jCjSfttwoirth Rally's broken hand both
IATCSBIyllr? a,1(1 during-the Intermission ho
vStF , f nru?scd to alleviate tho pain.
jjuTmeJily came back strong in tho thir
rlnth and sniggered Flynn with a rain
KBWlnRs to the faco and head. Flvnn
'Pin sought cover.
4 In tho fourteenth Flynn bored In and a
AMIj 8i"5, ,,nlx-uP ensued. Tho men
3nouldcr to shoulder swapping
ftjWncllcs at closo range. This whs to
vw rnn s ndvanlago nnd iic had tho better
a no round. x
' n ,lLien?d toMj 1,10 fresher of tho
vpS ?nri?r thc rf,"1"nir of the go. nl
3 L0.5"..!'"" was by no means In dls
Sk' ftnVwS m1. a" llmos wlllne to mix.
irM ,, iS ?clM' t0 (,o the leading.
Sv i KCOrJ a knock-out. but neither
jskA mW-5i0 . ?.omo hlird Wowa wero ex
2S fnd w'H.1,""'6 damaeo wa3 done The
Prelimlnarj' Event '
Sti03 v!,0 lhc mu,n went. "Kid
3llr.0Xuon,0 aml 'Freckles" O'Brien
ifllhrtq rJ&V went ol5ht Intercstlng
'MW tL ?ir en "iV"s muc tho stronger
ffvclGvrC!.,l0r T,p,Xil8 Kidl" "'though
liMl?-TfM.i1Via? "1,abl ,r lo any damage.
' iKlde Bmiilarl.C8t wa'lops only caused
- ilEurS. nr'ii t0 jronk over tho classical
lrR"fltof "10 doubtable "Freckles " in
Sslrhtelri?iVfna '?Kricn received a" cut
l4iftoCo-RS?,? o'won awarded tho
HI i Of m?nv";rmV?h t0 tl,c dlssatisfae
sKnathflc ly. of 1 10 specUitors, whoso
f B- wh "?blnsn decision iiccmcd Just
IkKi w8' the orowd raised sucb n imn-i
"3lLiVnnfts?r aM,PS 'deluded ho r?fc5?tfi
iilK and cnllcd the "t a draw
rete?1 w,nB ma 10 attach Flynn's
iffl Tnt?5ate rccdpt Immcdlatelv be-
f&O iw and oke0, 1 10 "nectalors In good
F we're reuistl'' $LV,R" com
23 r' SVkn?wn.Cd- lherforthe
Sullivan Given Decision.
:'R4nf'iIS Juno 0. Jack (Twlnl ?niii
t0L?P08,lon received thr, decls on "l
miA r. ih'OW Walsh 6f Broollvn -it
Great Billiard Match.
Points iwn . ,ne match !s for
f . Now World's Record.
IEN AND RETURN $1.00
jWr ' R' G" Sunday June 12.
SeW Svi5ved frcc on ti-a'n-
Brilliant Contest Goes
to Fruit Pickers.
Elders and Babes Play Na
, tional Leagua Baseball
Essick Pitches Steady Ghnio and
Keeps His Hits Weil
' PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Boise P C:
Spokane ST -gj
Sail rtW I "
bait Lake 13 20 .3tl
Salt Lake -l, Boise G.
Butte 12, Spokane -l.
Boise at Salt I.nkc.
Spokane at Butte.
HAD Glmlln taken thc precaution to
plant a rusty horseshoe under the
homo plate at Walker's ball park,
thc Elders would now stand onu
notch higher In the pcrcentngo column. A
certain clement known as "luck" was In
evidence several times during yesterday's
gamo apd had the nforc-mcntloncd ele
ment been with the Saints they most cer
tainly would have Mulshed first. But Mc
Closkcy had thc sympathy of tho flckfo
goddess and as a result tho Infants cap-
lurcti ono ot me prettiest and rastost
games played here this season.
Salt Lake had all tho license In thc
world to win. Thc Saints hit as well as
the northerners and fielded almost as
well, but still they were unable to secure
tho necessary tallies. Essick allowed ten
hits, most of which wero well apart. In
the first and olghth Innings the Frult
Plckers grouped their ifo ones and land
cd fivp. runs. Essick walked but one man
and struck out one.
Starkells Performed Well.
Starkclls, too, pitcher a good, steady
game. Thc Boise twlrjcr was touched up
a total of ten times, but tho hits came ot
the wrong time to do much damage In
iwo Innings tho Elders hunched n little,
but six hits netted only two runs Star
kclls fanned two. walked two and hit two
McCloskcy's gang got hi it? line work at
thc opening of the game "Lefty" Houtz
cut looso with a (louble-sacker and ad
vanced oneXcushlori on Flannery's hard
drive to Essick. Buck Weaver was given
llfo on an error by Clark, who failed to
hold Weed's throw, nnd Houtz romped
McKovltt walked. Elsoy died on a line
drive to third and O'Connoll hit safely to
the left field, scoring Weaver, who had
Babbitt walloped out another In the
sumo direction and McKevItt came In.
Hansen went out on a hot one to Bruyetle
Strong's Spectacular Hit.
In the- Kocond Inning Strong. Uir new
man hclnc- trliwi nut ! rirv,iin ,.,.),.
Oobjit. Strong was substituted in right
field for Glm and was the first man to
bat the second time up. Strong lived up
to his name and the first time ho swung
knocked thc horsehide high and wldo over
tho left flold fenco for a home run. This
blunt threw tho grand stand and bleachers
Into an uproar. Strong was unable to hold
the hot pace he had sot. and fanned the
next two times he batted. He was replaced
in the olghth inning bv Glmlln.
The Saints gathered In their tallies In
four dirrerent innings. Several times the
baves would be wol llnhabltcd, but In no
Inning did more than one Salt Lakci
A beautiful effort was made to bat out
victory in tho ninth. With two men gone,
the Snlnls opened fire on Starkells and
made three straight hits, scoring one run.
With two mon on I he sacks. Glmlln lifted
a high one to Babbitt and tho game was
Jones, a Butte man. umpired tho game
nnd got along fairly well. His decisions
ttc-re questioned at times by tho plnvers
and at one lime a riot seemed imminent
Spectators crowded upon the field and but
for tho prompt Interference of the police,
trouble might have followed.
Following is tho score:
Houta, If 5 l i i A O
Flanncry. 3b.... .... r, n j j n X
Weaver, cf A . 2 'j 3 n 0
McKevitt, rf 2 2 1 . 5 0 0
F.lHcy, lb 3 0 0 10 l l
O'Conneli. 2b A 0 3 3 j A
Babbitt, sa: A 0 0 0
Hanson, c I l 1 5 1 0
btarkclls, p 0 0 0 7 0
Totalu : 35 G io 27 10 1
2fUUT If.... Af' f "l P?"
ro'ff. rf 3 110 0 0
Clark, lb 3 1 13 o 1
Hausen, c 0 1 1 1 1
Del mas. 2b ,4 0 2 6 0 ri
Bruyette, ss .t 0 0 " 7 0
SK'P,!' Ci M 1 1 0 1 0
v""",, 11 - u 1 ov 0 0
Totals 25 4 10 27 16
Score by Innings- 1( "
Salt Lako 0 10 0100 1i
Summary Earned runs. Bolso 2. Salt
L-'iko 3; sacrlfico hits. lCKev. ElHov-
0. Salt ivakc : bases on ba Is ofr T-'H-ir 1
Starkclls 2; two-baso hlls. Ho.ftz Wda'
cr. Hansen home run, Strong- douhln
Play. Bruyette to Ciurk; hit by pltchcS
ball. Hausen Hannlvnn; struck out bv
Essick I, by Starkclls 3; wild pltohes Fa-
THE SAN PEDRO LINE
Has been chosen as the OFFICIAL
Standing of tho Clubs.
. , W. L. p.c.
cw ork ...... 2S 13 .053
Chhrngo. 27 13 .675
g "clnnatl 30 15 .C67
P'ttsburg , 21 lfi .53?
Brooklyn js 25 4Co
I1- i-ouis i9 20 lass
Philadelphia s 30 .212
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Nnw York.
Pittsburg at Boston.
Bain Prevents Gnmes.
NEW YORK. June 9. Thc ball games
betweon tho Pittsburg and New York,
the Chicago and Brooklyn nnd tho St.
Louis and Philadelphia teams of ,the Na
tional league were .postponed today on
nccount of wet grounds.
Cincinnati, 9; Uoston, 3.
BOSTON. June 3. Every Cincinnati
player scored In thc sixth Inning today.
1'ishcr guvo way to Stewart In this in
ning. Numerous errors helped the visi
. R- H. E.
Cincinnati OOO 003 000 0 12
Boston 002 001 0003 0 7
Batterles-IIalm and Pcltz; Fisher and
?.l0.varl HIul Noedham. Two-base hit,
Kelly; bases on balls, off Flrthcr 4, oft
Stewart 1, off Hnhn 2; struck out, by
Fisher 4. by Hahn 1. Umpirc-Johnstono.
Attendance, 2000. '
Standing of the Clubs.
D , W. L. P.C.
Boston .. 29 u m
New ork 25 IS .610
Chicago 23 19 .5co
Clovclnnd 21 18 .53-5
Philadelphia 22 lfl .GOtf
St. Louis 1 20 10 .513
trp t ic t) ..Vm
u ashlngton 7 33 .175
Boston at St. Louis.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Clovcland.
Washington at Detroit.
Detroit, Q; Boston, 3.
DETROIT, Juno 9. The Detrolts took a
great liking to Tnnnehlll's dollvcrv. earn
ing five runs by hard and consecutive
batting. Kltson had Boston at his mercy
until tho seventh, when a misjudged fiv
and a long hit gave them a inn. Attend
ance 1600. Score:
R. H. E.
Detroit 300 0C0 01 6 10 l
Boston 000 000 1025 9 2
Batteries Kltson and Buclow; Tannc
hlll and Furroll.
Cleveland, 2; New York, 3.
CLEVELAND, June 9. After having
shut tho New Yorks out with three hits
for eight innings, Moore weakened and
New York scored three runs on a base on
balls, three hlto and a wild throw by
Memle. Attendance, 2300. Score:
, , R- H. E.
Cleveland 2tt COO COO 2 3
Now York ... .0i)0 tt 0023 C 1
Batteries Moore and Bemls, Chcsbro
Omaha, 5; Des Moines, 3.
LINCOLN. Neb., June 9 The sched
uled championship game between Omaha
and Des Moines was transferred from
Omaha to Lincoln today and was played
between showers on a soft field. Omaha
won by a scoro of 6 to 3. Score:
n , R. H. E.
Omaha 010 COO 10-C 7 3
Deo Moines 001 COO 0203 9 5
Battories Brown and Frcese, Cushman
Rain Stops Gamo. '
DENVER, June 9. Dcnver-Sloux City
game postponed; rain.
Postponed on Account of Rain.
COLORADO SPRINGS; Juno 9,-Colo-rado
Sprlngs-St. Joseph game postponed:
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
San Francisco, 1; Oakland, 2.
A!, rR.ANC,sca Jlino 9 Harris's
nrtn tied the score In the ninth today,
each side having a single run to its credit,
but the gamo was cut short In the suc
ceeding half, when n couple of hits gavo
Oakland tho winning point. Score;
San Francisco 000 OOf) Ml-l' 9 R6
Oakland 010 000 001 2 6 1
Batteries Ycrkcs nnd Leahy, ' Graham
Seattle, 7; Tacomn, 4.
SEATTLE. Wash.. June 9-Scattlc won
a hard fought battle bv bunching her hits
In the second and eighth Innings. Both
C. Hall and Kcefe pitched a fine game,
but the element of .luck favored Hall at
critical times. Score:
c ... R. H. E.i
Seattle 010 010 02'-7 11 V
Tacoma 201 000 001 I 10 0
Battcrles-C. Hall and Wilson, Kcefe
and Ilogan Umpire O'Conneli
Los Angeles, Sj Portland, 3.
LOS ANGELES, Juno 9. Portland de
feated Los Angeles easily today by th
,scoro of. 3 to 2. Both Baum nnd lborir
'were hit freely, but the latter had better I
support. Thlelman of Portland put the '
ball over the left field fenco for a home I
run in the first Inning and Grnvath for
Los Angeles duplicated It with one in the
same plnco In the second Inning. Third
Baseman Smith was put out of tho gnmc
Jfor disputing a decision of thc umpire.
Los Angeles 011 OOO'OOO 2 4 A
Portland 101 010 OJ-3 G 2
Batteries Baum and Spies, Ibcrg and
American Association Games.
At Tolcdt) Toledo 0. Minneapolis 2. '
At Indianapolis rndlanapollo S, St. Paul
At Columbus Columbus 3. Milwaukee. B
j At Louisville Loutsvillo 4, Kansas City
Gravo Outlook in Haiti.
PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti, June D.
News received here today front Santo
Domingo is to thc effect that tho sit
uation In that republic is grave It
appears that the Govorninent troops
have sustained a severe defeat hofore
Monte Crlstl on the north coast.
Baseball tickets for sale nt LaVelle's.
1 10 West Second South.
Texas Populists in Convention.
DALLAS. Tex.. June 9,-Populists from
the sixteen State Congressional districts
held their State convontion hero today and
elected four dclegatos-at-largo to tho con
vention of tho party at Springfield, III,
They wero Instructed to vote ns a unit for
nominees, but for no one except for old-
Game 4 Butte a One
Indians Outplayed in Every
Department; Miners Play
! Snappy Ball.
Koilly's Aggregation Made Numerous
Costly Errors Davis's Umpir- '
Special to Thc Tribune.
BUTTE, Mont., Juno 9. Butte took
the second gamo of the scries with
Suokano in a one-sided game by a
scoro of 12 to A. The Minora out
played thc Indians in every department of
the gnmc. putting up the snappiest game
dished up to thc fans this season. On the
ether hand, Rcllly's aggregation played a
looso game, making numerous errors, all
of which were costly. Hogg wns In the.
box for tho visitors, and considering the
poor support he received, pitched a fair
gamo. Howell held down the rubber for
tho Miners for two Innings, but had so
much difficulty in locating thc plate that
he was retired in thc second Inning, Hoon,
thc Helena amateur, taking his place.
Hoon had thc visitors on his list, holding
them down to six hits and allowing but
one run In the last Inning.
Asa. r:sult of yestorday's game, ploc-ng-
Swindells and Wllmot on the hospital
Let. and the action of Umpire Davis In
sending Bandelln to tho bench in todaya1
game, the Minors' llue-up was a patched
un looking nalr. Lally, tho now man.
Played In left field, and Burns in right.
Spencer taking the receiving end of the
buttery. Cook, who vlrtuallv gao tho
maians th game yesterday, reversed his
!2fn ,,?lu-v ntl Plnyod a star gamo at
third, figuring In two of thc three doubte
plays pulled off nnd making several dif
iicult stops of hard drives. Thc umpiring
of Davis wnsj'cry unsatisfactory, too
much tlmo being lost in wrangling over
The story for Spokane Is short In tho
first Ferris fouled out to Shaffer. Carney
beat out a bunt, stole second and third;
Rockenrleld nnd Frary drew passes; Rell
ly hit to Runklo, who fumbled. Carnoy
Bcoring. Holland hit an easy one to
third, forcing Rockenfield out at tho
plate. Murdock singled past second,
bringing In Frary and Rellly. Howlett
retired the side on a foul pop-up, which
Spencer grabbed. It was one. two. three
for Spokane until tho ninth, when a two
bagger by Howlett. an error by Runkle
of Hogg's grounder allowed Howlett to
score Butte made four In the first on
Runkle walking. Bnndelin getting first on
Hoggs bad throw to Holland. Ward
boat a bunt to first. With tho bases full
Lally connected for a three-bagger, olear
ng the bases and coming In a minute
later on an error by Ferris. Three runs
were chalked up n tho third through
Lnrney dronplng an easy fly. followed bv
a couple of singles and a passed ball by
.rVr ?P Ulc aovonth a baso on balls
and McIlHlc's three-baggej- netted two
tallies. Two runs came In In the olghth on
an error by Hogg, followed by three sin
gles. The miners wound up their scoring
in tho ninth, when an error by Rocken
field and a wild pitch and a single by
Spencer sent a man across the place.
Score by Innings
, , A.B. R. II. P.'o. A. E.
Runkle. ss f. 2 l i a 0
Purns, rf.... 2 1 1 1 0 0
Bandelin. rf 2 1 0 0 0
Ward, 2b 4 l 1 2 fi 1
Lally. If.. r, 2 3 2 0 0
Miairer, lb 4 2 1 l& 0 0
Mcllale, cf 5 2 2 3 0 0
Spencer., c 3 0 2 3 0 1
Ook, 3b 3 0 0 1 ti 1
Howell, p 1 o- 0 0 0 0
Hoon, p I 0 1 0 1 0
Totals f...3S 12. 13 57 IS 1
. ' :'AjB. R. II. P.O. A. E.
r errls. so C 0 0 2 "
Carney, rf 5 1 2 1 0 1
Rockenfield, 2b.. .jtt'l 0 2 3 2 1
Frary, c 3 1 0 11 r, 0
nollly 3b A ,1 0 I 0 0
Holland, lb I 0 1 s (1 0
Murdock. cf 3 0 1 l l (i
Howlett. If A ' 1 1 0 0 0
Hogg, p 3 0 1 0 3-2
Totals 3-3 1 3 2? 13 "j
bcoro by Innings
Butte 10 3 0 0 0 2 2 112
Spokane 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
Summary Earned runs. Butte 3; sacri
fice hits. Burns. Want; stolen bases. Lal
ly 2. Shaffer 2. MHnle 2, Cook 2, Runklo
2. Carney 2. Rockenfield 2. Holland, Mur
doch; two-baso hits. Spencor. Howlotl
I bases on bnlls, off Hogg 0. off Hoon 1, off
Howell 3; passed balls, Frary l; double
I Plays. Runklo to Ward to Shafcr; Cook to
fihaffer. Cook to Ward to Shaffer; wild
pitches, Hoon 1. Hogg 4; llrct base on
?Lr0r9.' ,.Bl,tte 3. Spokano 1. throe-base
hits. Lally, JlcIIaie; struck out, bv Hoon
1, by Hogg S; left on bases, Butto7. Spo
kano ; time of game, 2:15; attendance. 400
Meredith, at his own request, will pitch
today. McFarland will probably pitch for
TI,n- ..llll 1... l, .1
n.u vm uu ,m nm;i waling nine racing
nintlnee nt Cinder's park this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock Anglo Duryn. Dr. Uumol
baugh s speedy llttlo pet. and Crab Applo
will moot In a match harness iaco for a
,.H h,iiL of T1, other prominent ovent
will be a running match between Hymn
and Commodore. On Memorial day Com
modore gained a victory over Hvmn, but
tho backers of Hymn claim that It was
simply a fluke. A side bet of 5200 has been
posted and both animals have been dnllv
trained for todny's match. In addition
to these events Manager Russell has ar
ranged for some aide features.
FIRST IDAHO EXCURSION
Via Oregon Short Line,
Saturday. June 11. Ono fare for round
trip to principal northern Utah and
Idaho points. Seo agents for full par.
tlculars regarding limits, etc. City
ticket office 201 Main street, Salt Lake
Tho Bomarkablo lro Whwedmlrer Shot and MUcd Andrew 6. Greon.nd wis now sued for black- H
man oy John R. Piatt, Who Is Remarkable to Mr. Green in Resemhlnr.
TRAVIS DROPS OUT
FROM GOLF CONTEST
LONDON, June 9. Walter J. Travis,
tho American champion, dropped out of
tho opon golf championship contest at
Sandwich nftcr today's round, under this
I'Ulo whereby players with a score of
twenty behind the leader aro eliminated.
Travis's score todav was SS and yester
day S3, a total of 171. Thompson (profes
sional), yesterday's leader. Is still ahead,
with a total of 151.
Travis again put badly and was also off
in his long game, frequently getting away
from thc lino and misjudging tho strength
of his approaches.
Sherlock, thc Oxford university profes
sional, broke thc record over the Sand-
wich course with the phenomenal score of
71, four belter than tho previous best.
Results at Latonia.
CINCINNATI, June 9. Lalonla (sum
mary: First race, six furlongs Oudon won,
Haidcs Hecond, Trompouee third. Tlmo.
Second race, five furlongs Odollcta.
won. San Jose second. Wexford third.
Third race, mile Montpollcr won, Fri
vol second. Dutiful third. Time, 1:J0
Fourth race. Cincinnati tronhv. ilvo nni
a half furlongs Oiisln won. Fisherman
second. McClellan third. Time. ;0S'4.
Fifth race, mile and an eighth Sailor's
Dream won. Balrd second, Postmaster
1 Wright third. Time. 1:51.
Sixth race, six furlongs Jigger won,
Battery occond. Icicle third. Time, l-.l-S',.
At Dclmnr Park.
ST. LOUIS. Juno 9.-Delmar park sum
mary: First rnce. six furlongs, selling Mildred
L. won. Burrows second, Llla Noel third.
Second race, seven furlongs, selling
Wlssendlni4 won. St Vitus second, Conun
drum third. Time 1:31 'A
Third rae, four and a half furlongs
purse Milton Young won. Arlcna second.
A Lady Fair third. Time. :57-y,.
Fourth race, seven furlongs. selling
Velasquez won. Jlngsteele second. John
Doyle third. Timer l:31V4-
Fifth race, six furlongs, elllng-Hoe-down
won. Lady Fonse second, Ora Z
third. Time, 1 ; JS.
Sixth race, mile and sixteenth, selling
Murmur won. Miss Eon sccdiid, East
Walters third. Time, 1;5Sa.
Results at Harlem.
CHICAGO. June 0. First race, six fur
longs Poseur won. Alma Dufour second.
Benson Hurst third. Tlmo, 1:14 4-5
Second race, mile Gregor IC. won, Tnl
ha second. Sioux Chief third. Time
1'42 3-5 . '
Third race, mile and twenty yards
Mons. Beaucalre won. Colonial Girl sec
ond. Bragg third. Time. 1:42 3-5.
Fourth race, six furlongs Shnwna won
Commodoro second, New Mown Ilnv
third. Time. 1:13 3-5. y
Fifth race, five furlongs-Gold Enamel
Time pm4" socon(1' c"lcago Lad third.
Sixth race, mile Federal won. Boaster
second. Sponcerlan third. Time. 1:42.
Results at Gravcsond.
mar?:V YORK' Junc 5--Gravcsond sum
First race, handicap, about six furlong
.Monto carlo won. Gold Saint scconVl
Now York third. Time. 1:13 2-3 sccomJ
Socond race, selling, steeplechase about
two and a half miles-Black Death wo,
Tlme,K5 22U 80COnd" Fulml,1tc llura
Third rac. soiling. nvo furlongs-Nib-Kd?VmBe:lT?0n-
second, Tlbleman third. IMnVo 13.5 1
iFlr.lih rrncc a"dcap. nille and" a hIx
teenth Himself won, Duke of Kendall
second. Rnglan third. Time PC" iig
L Sixth rnce. five furlongs-Dorothy "Graj-
Tlmv. lSlVs?"0" ' a,Ul PCP0'' l',Md'
Prepare Quarters for Prisoners. x
MOSCOW. Juno 0. The authorities aro
preparing quarters for JapniLeso prisoner
Twenty officers and fifty mon will urrlve
McCoy'a livery atnbie for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 8rrlas
SAUCER TRACK NOTES.
Johnny Chapman, thc Jclng of paced
riders -who lapped Hardf Downing in a
ilvc-mile motor-paced raco last Tuesday
evening, will go for thc world's one-mile
puced record this evening. The present
record of J :17 is held bv George Maxwell,
and wis made by him while riding on thc
local track two cars ago.
J.ILfl"? ,l,w?gl,,e l!?P raco tonight It Is
expected that Somuelson will give another
Phenomenal exhibition of speedy riding
Among the saucer ridors he Is known as
the human motorcycle." He trains from
morn ng until nlht and then says that he
hriun t h.id enough. Last Tuesday night he
clipped a second oft Kramer's two-mile un
pao d competition record, and thus added
another laurel to his already large wreath
1 Pedlar Palmor. the old-time favorite,
dropped in on Zion yesterday from Austra
lia, where he has been successfully indulg
ing in tho sport for the pust vonr. He will
prove a valuable acquisition to the sprint
ing fraternity now at tin. saucer.
Fred Schepps. the champion of Austra
lia, and Orlando Stevens of California, left
San Francisco last evening -for Zion. and
will ride here during tho summer. A week
from tonight the local public will get a
chance to soo whit the Australian can do
In a mile match nCcc with Bowler. If
Bowler falls to lower tho Invader's colors,
.iiiuris.jii w,i ou Huinmonect to pcrrorm
The programme scheduled for this even
Klrat ovent. attempt to lower Maxwell's
motor-paced record J. M. Chapman.
. fcocond event, two-mile open Ian race,
profession, following have entered N. C -Hopper.
Hardy Downing. W. K. Sninuel
son. George II. Collott. J. M. Chapman. C.
L. I-J oil eater. J. 13. Achorn. Frank Hoff
man. Saxon Williams. E. E. Smith. J B
Bowler and Pedlar Palmer.
Third ovent. mile handicap, professional
Entries si. me as above
Fourth event, ilvc-mllo lap tandem race
amateur, competing teams Ivor and Carl
Redman, Emll Agraz and E. B Heagren
T. D. Morgan and Fred Castro. S Ells
wood and J. 11. Tate.
Fifth event, half-mil.- amateur handicap,
following amateurs will start Carl Red
man. T. D. Morgan. Emll Agraz. E B
Heasrren. A. D. Nadel, Fred Castro. Ivor
Redman J H. Tate, Tom Hilton, S. A.
Ellswood ictor I-arscn, Robert N. Rus
sell 1-red 6b.crm.in of Ogdcn and J. P
There will bo ten heats In nil.
Qiioese Ordered to
Leave fori Artbur
Celestials Given Three Days in
I Which to Take Their De
parture. LONDON, Juno 10,-LIttlo news of Im
portance has reached here from thc
scat of war during tho last twenty
four hours, and reports that Chlnoso
refugees from Port Arthur have given, to
tho Cheefoo correspondents of English
newspapers do now agree turficlently to
carry much weight. According to ono ac
count, tho Chinese at Port Arthur have
been given threo days In which to dopart.
Thereafter nono will be allowed to leave.
The correspondent of tho Standard at
Tientsin says that China is prepared to
assume the civil administration of the ter
ritory the Japanese luivo conquered.
Tho Dally Mall's correspondent at Tien
tsin, learns that 10.COO Russian Infanlrv
with .several batteries of artillery, aro en
trenched in a strong jiosltlon at Pochl
chla, twelve ml.'o.4 south of Kolchau and
thirty-five miles from Nowehwang
Tho correspondent of the Dnllv Moll nt
Fusan, tolegraphing .lunoXl, says: "Tho
Russians, apparently taking tho offensive
have rmichcd Sulhalleng. and aro advancv
ng along tho railway. They aro being
heavily reinforced." b
Shanghai telegrams aver that the Ja
pano.se third army under Gen. Nogl will
assault Port Arthur, while thc second ar
Ge'n. Kurolc?.e"' 0kuOv, 'Porcate with
Itinplldfi Makes - H
fimt b Czar II
Details Events Occurring on tho
"West Const of Liao Tung Hl
ST. PETERSBURG, June 9.-The Em- 9pxl
peror has received this report from (Pxsssfl
Gen. Kuropatkin, dated Junc S: 'A HIixssI
Japanese squadron of six vessels, (HbsI
which wns later reinforced by eleven. Hfafl
others, appeared on the west coast of tho Kssssl
Lino Tung peninsula Juno 7. about 1 Bssssi
o'clock In the afternoon. Six of thc ships fliisfl
wero of the first-class, thc others of tho Hssl
eecoiui and thhxl class and torpedo boats. Hssssl
The squadron cruised In sections, bom- HH
bardlng various points cast of Kal Chan Hssssl
and Sonxuchon. directing their fire on our Hsssfl
poets and patrols whenever these ap- lsssssfl
"Tho squadron ceased firing at 7 p. m. EHssssl
una sieamea away southward, our losses HsssS
aro none, nor did wo suffer any material IflH
damage. Six ships reappeared south of saH
Kwan Tsla Tung and lowered boats. Six ifllssssi
other ships bombarded the coast near Wsssfl
Sciiyuchln and the town Itself, but thera BH
"Tho Jnpuncse troops aro concontratlng lssa
, southward, with a front extending moro mlKm
than ten miles from Pulantlcn to Fang ifllssH
Tsla Tung In tho valley o Tassakho. iHWM
"A Japanese force of two companies of flilsssfl
Infantry and a squadron of cavalry ad- ifllsssfl
vauced June 7 northward from Feng Msssssl
Wang Cheng Into the Tu Faug Plung dls- HssH
trlct, driving In thc Russian outposts. A,. Hllssfl
detachment of Chasscus and a company of Misssfl
Infantry hastened from Ulaindt to old tho 4H
Cossacks. Thc Japanese abandoned their ' HvssH
attack, having lost ono officer nnd a non- HiH
commissioner officer captured and aevoral Hsssssl
men killed. Wo had no casualties. fllsssssl
"Outposts of Cossacks on tho main Liao MsH
Yang road were driven in Juno 7, but re-. UsssH
inforcements forced thc Japanese to retire. M'sssH
Our loss during tho fighting, which lasted HsssH
until 7 p. m.. was Capt. Liatchko and two Hsssssl
soldiers killed and five soldiers wounded." Ksssfl
Pioneer of Missouri Dead. Hlixsssi
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 9.-John Mo- , BH
Coy, a pioneer of Independence Mo., died! 1 fljH
at bin home In that city tonight, aged .13 iSlsssH
years. In 1S30 McCoy received from tho 1 Hasssfl
Government a contract for carrying the HIbssH
first mall that was started across tho MIesssm
plains to Santa Fe. Tho firm of McCoy & 1 Hl
Le?, of which McCoy was a member, out- HlssssH
fitted wagon trains for tho West and IibssH
South, contracted for freighting and car- I HH
rled tho malls. Hssssfl
Two Alleged Murderers Caught. Iisssj
ST. PETERSBURG, Juno 10. Two men, flisssl
presumed to be the murderers of tho wlfo rHssssfl
of Gen. Standman and a valet In the Gen- swssssfl
crnl's residence, adjoining tho Winter pul- Hssssl
ace, have been apprehended. The mur- Bssssfl
dor was committed April 21. The men I Hssssfl
wore trying to nogotlato a part of thc sc- flissssfl
curltlos which, with tho Jewels, wero IKIsssssl
stole,u by tho murderers. HljBssi
Thrown From a Wagon. fl.ssssssi
Mr. Goorgo IC. Babcook was thrown Spsl
from his wagon and severely bruised. SVlsssssss!
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