Newspaper Page Text
HI 8 The SMvhAKB HmsimEt Feiday Mokning, July l, 1004.
J racing, cpAPTnyc tyirwQ e ANB 1
PUGILISM wvii 1 iWUr 11 VV 3 to BASEBALL
IS Copper City Crowd Is
) Their Slide Down Toboggan
Stopped for the Time
jButte Bunch Just Played Rlns All
Around tho Aggregation
: From Zlon.
I PACIFIC NATION AIj LEAGUE,
t Standing of the Clubs. ,
1 . .P. -V. L. PC.
Spokano G3 33 2D .023
( Boise SI 31 23 .674
Butte 50 20 SO .400
I Suit Luke 5t 20 3t .3S3
? Yesterday's Games,
i Butte fi. Salt Lako 4,
f Spokane 6, Boise 3.
) Today's Games,
j - Boise at Spokane.
I . Salt Lake at Butte,
I Special to Tho Tribune.
I UTTE. Mont.. June 30. Thor- Miners
I Mr. 1)rokc theM s,ltlc down tho chute to
! jSJP lav aml won thc Kame. Tho Butte
I bunch Just played rings around
Glmlln s aggregation from Zlon. Error-
11 leas ball In the field and good stick work
h by the home team, with a few weird
I plays by the Elders, were thc contrlbut
',. Ing causes to today's victory. It wus the
I fifth inning that won tho game for Butte.
I Runkle started tho llroworks with a sln
I gle. and when peace was at last restored
I three Miners had crossed the home plate,
J while the fans over In thc bleachers
? howled with delirious joy. Bandelln, Lally
i and AVard onened u a rejrular fusllado
of singles, and from that time Butte had
Bj the game safely tucked away, though it
looked for a minute like thc Elders might
IWw do somo damage In tho eighth Inning, At
this Juncture of the game Vasblnder blew
in, and before ho could regain his equili
brium tho Elders had secured three tal
lies. Though Vaablnder was touched up
tor nice hits, he was careful to see that
not many of them occurred at one time
The Miners secured seven hits off
Meredith, but' four of them and a walk
to first were secured In one inning. Vns
ulnder and ShalTcr were tho principals
in a double play that was pulled off to
l lie sorrow of Muller and Hannivan. Ban
delln straightened out ono of Meredith's
benders and went to third when Hannl-
ii ii out in center allowed thc ball to
illter through him. Bandelln Htreaked for
homo when Lally went out on a fly to
Glmlln in tho eighth.
. The Miners grabbed another tally In
the third Inning. Vasblnder beat out a
bunt and was sacrificed to second by
Runkle. He stole third and romped home
mi a passed ball. In the fourth Inriing
' Shaffer walked and went to third when
a, ('lurk was unable to stop Spencer's uln
' and came homo on a wild pitch by
' Meredith. With one out in thc fifth. Run-
kle cut the rope on the balloon by
J smashing out a single. Bandelln fol--
lowed suit and Meredith aspumcd a look
- or surprise, whlrh deepened to anguish
when Lally filled the bases with a single.
Piggy Ward landed on one, scoring Run
klc and Bandelin. Shaffer worked Mcre-
dith for free transportation to first. Mc-
Hale hit to Delmos" at second and "Lally
came home on the play.
Thc first tallv that came to cheer tho
' grlef-strlckcn Glmlln Happened in uie
sixth. Vasblnder walked Hannivan, who
Ktole second and went to third when
' Weed went out on a bunt. Hannivan
i -cored when Glmlln hit to Ward. Al
c though Clark smashed out a three-bagger,
v there was nothing more doing in the scor
fa" ins line for the Mormons In that lnn-
In the- iffbth Glmlln made bold to try
to steal thc game. Hannivan started
filings with a single. Weed struck out
and Glmlln walked. Clark and Hausen
Mnrled, scoring Hannivan and Glmlln,
while a wild pitch advanced both men
on bason nnothcr notch toward home,
jJolmns lift to Ward end Clerk came borne
on the play. The Elders tried to rally
in the ninth. Muller hit for two bases
the goods, and Wllmot camo oft the
grounds with tho game under his arm
AB. R. II. PO. A. E
Runkle, sh 3 112 3 0
Bandelln, rf. 4 2 2 0 0 0
Lally. IT 4 1 l 3 0 0
Ward. 2b t 0 1 0 r, Q
Shaffer, lb " 1 0 lfi 0 0
McIIale, cf. 4 0 0 0 1 0
Spencer, c 2, o 1 o 0
Flynn, 3b 3 0 0 1 0 0
Vasblnder, p -3- 1 1 l c, 0
Totals 'a C 7 27 1C 0
AB- T. H. PO. A. E.
Muller, If 4 0 2 3 fi6
Hannivan, cf 4 2 " n n i
?:c?d. 3b 5 o l i o o
mn. rf. 2 . l o 3 o 0
Clark, lb, 3 l 9 n o
Hausen,' c 3 d 1 ?
Delmas. 2b 4 0 0 a n
Bruyette, aa 3 0 0 3 1 V
Meredith, p 0 . l 0 -j q
Totals 2Z 1 "9 ' M i G
Score by Innings
ButU- 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 t-a
Salt Lake 0 O'o 0 O'l 3 0 o
rummary Sarned runs, Butte 3 Salt
Lake 1; flr3t base On errors, Butte'" rAV
rillce hits. Runkle. Clark; otolen basev"
Muller Gfmlln. Hausen. Hannivan. Ban
delin. Spencer: two-base hit. Clarif left
on bases. Butte 4. Salt Lake 8; double
glay. Vasblnder to Shaffer, Runkle to
Shaffer, buseo on balls, off Meredith 3 off
"Vasblnder K; hit by pitched ball. Muller
struck out, by Meredith 1. by Vasblnder 3:
wild pitches. Meredith, Vasblnder; passed
ball, Hausen: time of game, 1:13; attend
ance, 150. umpire. Ward.
Ha been attained In out French palm
Milan and epllt braid straw hats, selllnir
ut from S1.50 to $5. h
BROWis1, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO
ICG Main SU " 1
Heat on Ball Field Intense, Fannery
Being Overcome and Had
Special to Tho Tribune,
SPOKANE, Wash., June 30. Thompson
did not show up as a warm weathor
twlrlor today. Heretofore "Tomy"
has proved invlnclblo for tho In
dians, but Rollly's braves landed on tho
long fellow for thlrtoon hits today, giving
them tho first game of tho series G to 5.,
Willie Dnmmnnn held tho infanta down
to nino hits; but was wild at times. Tho
heat was intense on tho ball field, Flan
vicry was ovorcomo and had to quit in the
fourth, Weaver going from behind tho bat
to center and llnnson going in to catch.
In thc first Carnoy hit Blnglo, Frary
Flammed out a three-bagger, scoring Car
ney. In tho second Houtz drew a pass,
Flannery singled and tho two camo
around on singles by Hammond and Bab
bitt. For Spokane, Holland singled, was
sacrificed by Murdock, reaching third on
Conhiy's single and scored on Dammann's
hit. Carnoy drovo out a long ono to cen
ter, on which Stanley and B-nmmann
scored. The Infants got one more In tho
fourth when Babbitt reached first on four
balls, went to second on Thompson's hit
and scored on Murdock's error. In tho
sixth Bolso got two through Hammond's
single, Babbitt's base on balls and singles
by Thompson and Weaver. Spokane
scored agum In the third through 11 single
by Frary, a sacrlllce by Rollly a"nd a. two
bagger by Holland, In thc fifth tho last
and winning run was made after two
mon woro out, through Reiliy's single and
stoal of second and Holland's second two
baggor. Tho score:
AB. R, H. PO. A. E.
Ferris, ss 4 0 1 1 1 0
Carney, rf 4 12 10 1
Rockenllcld, 2b ..... 4 0 0 3 5 0
Frary, If 4 12 10 0
Rellly, 3b S! 1 2 1 I 1
Holland, lb 4 1 3 1 0 0
Murdock, cf 3 0 0 4 0 0
Stnnlcy, o 4 1 2 7 0 0
Dammann, p 3 1 1 0 1 U
Totals 33 C 13 27 S 2
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Weaver, c f 0 1 u 2 0
KelJackey, rf 4 0 1,2 0 0
O'Connoll. 2b 5 0 0 5 2 0
Wright, lb 1.... T, 0 I 3 0
Houtz, If 4 1110 1
Flannery, cf 1 1 1 0 n 0
Hammond, Sb 3 1112 0
Babbitt, ss 2 2 J 110
Thompson, p 4 0 2 2 2 0
Hansen, c 2 0 0 2 0 0
Totals 33 5 9 21 12 1
Scoro by innings t
Spokane 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 C
Bolso 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 05
Rummirv T!rrniifl vlins Snnlnnn C
Boise 2. Three-base lilts, Frary. Two
baso hits, Holland, Thompson. Sacrifice
hits, Rellly, Murdock. Stolon bases, Rell
ly. Struck out. Dammann 5, Thompson C.
Bases on balls, Dammann i. Left on
bases, Spokano 5. Boise 0. Double plays,
Rockerffleld to Holland. Hit by pitcher,
Kcllacky. Time of game, 1:10. Umpire,
Davis. Attendance, 700.
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. W. L. P C.
ow York :..60' 43 17 .717
Chicago . SS SS 20 .05.';
Cincinnati K 37 22 ,C27
Pittsburg CO 32 21 .571
St. Louis 54 2S 20 .510
Brooklyn Tvl 20 27 .401
Boston 7-. Cl 24 37 .393
Philadelphia 5f, ll 12 .3S0
Brooklyn-Philadelphia game postponed;
New York 3, Boston 0.
St. Louis 1. Chicago 5.
Chicago at St Louis.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
Boston at New York,
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
St Louis, 1; Chicago, 5.
ST. LOUIS, June SO. Tho St. Louis Na
tional league team again escaped a sb,ut
out by a narrow margin at thc hand3 Of
the Chicago team today, the visitors win
ning. Welmer pitched effectively for Chi
cago. Taylor was hit at the right time,
and was "given poor support in the Held.
Attendance, 2iCO. Score:
, R. II. E.
St Louis 010 000 000-1 3 3
Chicago 120 001 010-5 8 1
Batteries Taylor and Grady. Welmer
and Kling; earned runs, Chicago 2; two
base hits Chance. Brain: three-base hit.
Chance; base on balls, off Taylor 1. off
uclmer 2; struck out, by Taylor 1, by
Wclrner 3; umpire, O'Day.
New York, 3; Boston, 0.
NMV YORK. Juno 30. Matthewson re
turned to thc game today and pitched so
well for Now York that Bo3ton was shut
out. Attendance. 2CC0. Score;
, R- H- E.
New York 000 001 02 3 S 1
Boston 000 000 0(00 7 3
Batleriea Malth'jwson and Bowarman,
Pltllnger and Needhani: two-base hits,
Gilbert, Matthc-3cn. Gler, Bowerman;
base on balls, off Pittlnger 1, off Matthew
on 2; struck out, by Pittlnger 3, by Mal
thewson 4: umpire, Johnson.
Standing of the Clubs.
, P. W. Ii. P.O.
New ork 50 30 20 .043
Boston 5S 37 21 .035
Chicago C2 37 . 25 .593
Philadelphia 57 31 24 .541
Cleveland 53 27 20 ,C10
St. Louis G3 24 27 .491
Detroit 67 23 34 .401
Washington 53 10 17 .175
Chlcago-St. Louis postponed; rain.
Detrdll-Cloveland postponed; rain.
Waflhlngton-Ncw York postponed 7 wet
Boston 1, Philadelphia 3.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Cleveland at Detroit.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Washington at New York.
Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 3.
BOSTON. June 20. By scoring three
runs In the last two Innings, when Wad
uell weakened, Boston won a seemingly
loot game from Philadelphia today. At
tendance, 2317, Score:
D . . R. H. E.
nfitoF ,-v; 001 coo 021 1 s 0
Philadelphia 010 001. 010 3 9 l
and" Porwer7?'Unff and CrIt5tir? Woddell
Yale ins Fid .
by tee Margin
Start Was a Superb Ono, Both
Crews Catohing tho Water
WJEW LONDON. Juno ?A-The thou
oands who Journeyed to thc Thames
today for the annual Yale-Harvard
boat races saw ono of tho best
frdahman races that hnn ever been rowed
on any course, and then for eight hours
tho crowd sat In the rain and waited In
vain for tho 'varsity four-oarod race and
tho big 'varsity clght-oarcd race. Finally,
early In tho evening, both tho 'varsity and
tho four-oared rnce,s were put over until
tomorrow. Thc clght-oarod race will bo
rowed up-stream at 10:30 a. in., after
which the fours will be sent away.
Ynlo won the froshman raco by half a
second on a quarter of a boat'f? length..
For two miles of this raco the two shells
zlg-zaggcd and neither crew ever bad a
lead of more than a length. It was one
of tho most remarkable boat races In tho
history of Inler-colleglato racing.
After tho freshman eights reached the
slartlng flag, and that was long aftt;r tho
time set. Harvard dragged her stakeboat,
and for a quarter of an hour Referee Mcl-l-.lcham
labored with thc shells to get
them lined up. The. delay was very trv
Ing for the crews.
Finally, at the sound of tho pistol, both
eights dashed away In splendid stvle. Yale
showed In better form at the start than
Harvard and for tho first eighth of a mile
had a trlllo tho better of It. Then Har
vard settled down and reached tho half
mile llag a third of a length In the lead.
Harvard finished tho mile in 5:09. Yalo 5:10.
Over tho next mllo tho struggle was su
perb. Each crew raised tho stroke one
point. At tho mile and a half llag the
two bpats worn exactly even. Just as tho
last half-mllo llag was passed Yale began
the spurt that won the raco. Sho Jumped
her stroko up to 30. and began to pull
ahead Inch by Inch. Harvard did not make
hor effort until an eighth of a mllo from
the finish. Then her BtrOke went to 3S.
but It was too late. Yale was leading by
tho length of her canvas bow as the llags
dipped at th" finish.
Tho two flags went down almost simul
taneously, and It was several minutes bo
foro tho crews know who had won. Fi
nally tho referee shouted out the name of
the winner, and the Yale youngsters sat
up In their shell and gave a Yalo cheer,
with- "Harvard" on the end of It. Yalo
had won by just half a second. Thc time
was: Yale 10:20; Harvard 10:20Vr.
Tho crews had a fair wind, but prnctlcal
ly no tide, and considering this fact tho
time was fast.
Denver, 6; St. Joseph, 3.
ST. JOSEPH, June 30. Diehl's wild
throw to second In the sixth inning al
lowed two Denver men to score, losing
the game for St. Joseph today by a scoro
of C to 3. Scoro:
R, H. E.
Denver 200 002 011 0 0 0
SL Joseph 000 1C0 0113 12 G
Batteries Hosteller and Lucia; Dlehl
Omaha, 14; Colorado Springs, 7.
OMAHA, June 30. The visitors secured
seven runs on Companion's wlldness and
a brace of hits In the fourth Inning to
day. But the locals batted Scope'c and
McNceley whenever hits were needed.
Poor fielding characterized the plavlng of
both teams. Score:
, R. H. E.
Omaha 040 0f0 32 1 1 9 4
Colorado Springs . .. .000 7C0 000 7 C 3
Batteries Companion. . McCarthy and
Gondlng; Scopec, McNceley and Her
mann. Sioux City, 5; Des Moines, 2.
SIOUX CITY. June 30-Siotix City won
today's game on Its merits, In a good,
snappy game. Pilchors for both teams
worked hard and the fielding was excel
Slou:c City 210 CC0 CO T S 1
Des Moines 000 020 000 2 5 1
Batteries Cadwallcr and Kelly; Lleficld
and G. Clark.
Hock Sand Wins at New Market.
NEW MARKET. Eng.. June 30.-Rock
band, ridden by Maher. won tho Prin
cess of Wales stakes of 10,000 sovereigns
at the New Market first July mooting
today. Salt Petro was second and Wil
liam Rufus third.
Salt Lako Horses Win.
From a telegram received in this cltv
last evening It wus learned that Torreoh
and Osmont. two Salt Lake horses that
arc now racing at Cedar Rapids, la, yes
terday, captured money in two events
Torrcon won his raco handily, while Os
mont finished third In the free-for-all
CARL ADAMS is an ndmlier of Rip
Van Winkle. Only ho does not cur
ry his emulation far enough, as he
only went to sleep for forty days.
But he does not think so much of the re
nowned Rip now, as, on the strength o
that and the fact that ho Is always smolc
lnu cigarettes, he was arrested for va
grancy. But the court did not see It that
way and he was discharged.
Robert Jack Is tho real name of the
man who committed the ossuult on J. E.
Langford at Saltalr. Ho signified his in
tention of pleading "not guilty," and the
case was set for this afternoon.
Two negroes were arrested bv Deputy
Sheriff Booth at Saltalr Wednesday night,
one of them being named Bob Huston,
wjille the other refused his name. They
were disturbing the peace and ono of them
drew a revolver Neither of them ap
peared and the ball was forfeited.
Clair Shagoguo, the eleven-year-old boy
accused of Incorrigibility, was bound over
to the District court to show causo why
ho should not bo sent to the reform
school. His parents, who seemed to show
little Intsrest In the boy during the tlmo
In which he was the county jail, appeared
and wero present at tho lad's trial.
At last tho arguments are all In both
for tho city and thc defense In the weights
and measures cases. To the Joy of all
concerned the case will bo occldcd by
Judge Dlehl this morning at 10 o'clock.
Dying of Bronchitis.
LONDON. July 1. George Frederick
Watts, the painter and member of the
Royal academy. La dying of bronchitis. ,
' CYCLISTS MOURN
Victims Are Samaeison
Mayo Parry Disappears,
With $80 of Pedalists'
Has Not Been Seen Since Wednes
dayPolice Are Notified of
TTfclLLY" 8AMUELSON thinks that
l- ho had rnoro than his share of 111
luck slnco ho butted into tho cy
cling game. Sax Williams has
a similar wall, and this Is the roason.
Samuolson Is shy $40 of his hard-earned
ooln and Williams Is out 33S. Mayo Pnrry,
a trainer, is missing and tho ridorw would
bo much relieved to ascertain his present
Last Soon Wednesday.
Parry was last seen Wednesday when
Samuolson handed him a pocketbook con
taining nearly $S0 in gold and bills. 8am
uelson and Williams went out on tho track
to rlpoff a fow miles, and when thoy re
turned Parry had disappeared. Up to a
lato hour last night ho bad not been
sighted, nnd tho riders are on tho anxious
seat as a result.
Report to Police.
Yeslorday afternoon tho rldors called at
tho police department nnd reported tholr
loss. Tho polleo gavo them little pntlsfac
tion; in fact, "Sam" declares he heard tho
I bluecoats softly chuckle as he departed.
Accordingly tho pedallHts went on a still
hunt to locato Parry, but without succcsh.
The belief among the riders Is that tho
trainer has left town.
Parry is a painter by trade, and littlo is
known about him oxcept that ho has boon
a habltuo of tho cyclo colony at tho saucer
track for Bomo tlmo past.
LOCAL GOLFERS HOLD
As yot only ten golfern havo entered tho
tournament which Is now being played at
the Country club for tho purpose of select
ing a team which Is to meet tho Butte ag
gregation next month. A great many of
the very best local players have found it
nn Impossibility to loavo their offtco work
for tho period of tlmo necessary to make
tho trip to the northern city, and conse
quently have rofralned from entering the
contest. Last year tho locals easily de
feated tho Miners, but tho probabilities
are that such will not be tho case this
year. Tho Northerners, In addition to
having their own grounds to play on, will
have al lthelr bcsl men to pick from. The
locals, handicapped by these two condi
tions, will have a hard time to beat tho
golfers of thc Smoky City, who have been
practicing all season for the coming con
test. The qualifying scores mado by thc ten
local competitors for twenty-sevon holes
is as follows;
Harkness 61 45 50 H6
Hale 46 43 41129
Copp 46 43 -11130
McGurrin 43 41 33123
Fischer 48 51 50147
Holman 49 4S -14141
Weeks 46 41 40 143
Packard ..4S 49 47 IN
Officer '. 47 40 .....
Thompson 43 43 40 132
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland, 8; San Francisco, 5.
PORTLAND, June 30. Both Thlolman
and Jones were hit freely In the gamo to
day between Portland and San Francisco,
and Thlolman, who had a bad arm, was
polled to retire In tho fifth Inning, after
giving three hlt3. all of which scored.
Roach, who took his place, prevented fur
ther scoring. For the third tlmo this week
Nadeau has retired a man at tho plato by
a throw from left field. Attendance, 1S00.
R. H. E.
Portland 010 020 02 8 10 4
San Francisco 011 030 000 5 3 3
Batteries Thlelman, Roach and Steel
man; Jonos and Lcuhy. Umpire. Brown.
Seattle, 3; Oakland, 5.
SEATTLE. Juno 30. Errors by Russ
Hall at critical points lost the gamo to
day, for Seattle. Both teamii started out
playing a trlllo poorly, but soon settled
down. Seattle struck a bad streak near
thc end of the game, and Oakland won
out. Williams pitched as good a gamo as
one would care to see for bIx Innings.
Graham struck a fast gait during the last
live Innings- Score;
R. H. E.
Seattle 011 100 000 3 S A
Oakland 000 000 212 C 12 2
Batteries Williams and Wilson; Gra
ham and Lohman. Umpire, O'Conncll.
Tacoma, 4; Los Angeles, 5.
TACOMA, Juno 30. Tacoma had tho
game safe until tho eighth, when a bajo
on balls, two singles and an error gavo
the visitors two. In the ninth an error,
a hit and a rank decision by Umpire Mc
Donald at flrot base let Loe Angeles toko
tho game. By calling a runner safe, 'tho
umpfro practically guvo the visitors ono
run. Kecfe outpltched Js'ewton, but was
not well supported. Score:
Tacoma 000 003 0104 ' 10" Ej
Los AngeleB 010 000 022 6 6 0
Batteries Kcefo and Hogan;' Newton
Baum and Eagar. Umpires McCarthy
At Mlnncapo.'Js, Minneapolis 8, Kansas
At Columbus, firat game, Columbus 0
Louisville 4; second game, Columbus 2
Louisville 4. '"
At Indianapolis, first game, Indianapolis
11, Toledo 1; second game, Indianapolis 0
At St. Paul-St. Paul 2, Milwaukee 3. ,
BOBBY WALTH0UR IS
INJURED IN ATLANTA
ATLANTA, Ga., June 30, In tho three
corner, 20-mllo, motor-pneed raco botweon
Bobby Walthour of Atlanta, Benny Mun
roc of Memphis and DeGulchard of Paris
at the Stadium hero tonight, Walthour
was iiockcted by thc other two riders In
the fourth mllo and whllo going at a ter
rific speed was thrown against tho rail
ing. Ilia body struck two supporting posts
with such force that thoy were snapped
In the center and tho champion was left
hanging insensible on the railing hhs feet
dangling over the track.
An ambulanco was summoned and Walt
hour was carried to his homu In an uncon
scious condition. Thc latest report given
out by tho physicians at Ida bedside Is
that two ribs, one arm and a collar-bono
are broken. It Ik thought bo Is Injured
internally. His pacemaker, Gusslo Law
son, also fell, but was not Injured.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO. Juno 30. Entries for today
at Hawthorno follow.
First race, one mile:
Blrchbroom ,102 Ahola 102
Pearl Dlvor 102 Lady Jocelyn ....102
Albany Girl 102 Thc Lady 102
Trentham 104 Fonsoluca 10G
Klngecourt IOC Mlndora 107
Sockdolager 107 Valeat 107
Longmore 100 Harney 100
Harry New 109 Tho Conqueror II.1C0
Socond race, selling, six furlongs:
LIda Llob 05 Watermelon 97
Woods Perry .... W Outwal 100
Oudon 100 Ethel Abbot 100
Silent Water ....100 Soufricro 103
Circular 104 San Rclnlno 1(G
Durbar ICO Grand 105
Emperor of India. 106 Peter J. Somcrs..l07
Third race, steeplechase. 6hort course-
Frcolln 1371 David Harum ....146
Cardigan 163 KLngalong ltO
Woird 165jaa Boyd 16
Fourth race, one mile:
White Plumo 89 Gregor T 101
Port Royal 10C McGee 107
Jake Greenborg ..107 Huzzah 1C9
Beau Ormonde ..ICO
Fifth raco, soiling, one and one-olghth
Chrlstlno A ...... 04 MI Rcna M
Lord Touchwood . K Mezzo 39
Lacy Crawford .. 69 Rossrnond 93
Frangible 101 Tom Hall 104
Tancrcd 103 Pledorlch 10G
Sixth race, five furlongs:
Butwoll 106 Pawtuckot 106
Tennjburn 10C Stroud 113
Garvlce 113 Keno .113
Walsh ..." 113 Bluebird lis
Dixlo Lad 113 Walter Arnold ...118
Results at Hawthorne.
CHICAGO, June 30. Hawthorno sum
mary: First race, seven furlongc Sweetlo won,
Eresiaa socond, Now Mown Hay third
Second race, six furlongs Van Ness
won, Glassful second, ' Mayor Johnston
third. Time, 1:15 1-5.
Third race, mile and seventy yardB
Sweet Tone won, Federal second, Freck
man third. Time, 1.4S2-5.
Fourth raco, mile McGeo won, Ocean
Dream second. Exclamation third. Time
1:43. Major Tr J. Carson llnlohcd fourth,
but was placed third on account of Ex
clamation bclnc disqualified.
Fifth race, mllo and a sixteenth Crolo
Jim won, Black Wolf second, Rossrnond
third. Time, 151.
Sixth race, tlvo furlongs Ilandsca won.
aJ chnel Byrnes second, Cigar Lighter
third. Time, 1-02 4-5.
At St. Louis Fair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, Juno SO. Fair Grounds sum
mary: First race, four and a half furlongs
soiling Black Art won, Swedish Lad sec
ond. Garret; Wiison third. Time. C9i sec
onds. Second race, six furlongs, selling Goody
Two Shoen won. Mlsa Manners socond
Allco Turner .....rd. Time, 1:21.
Third raco, five furlongs, soiling Red
Leaf won, Dishabille second, Azollna
third. Time, 1.05.
Fourth race, mllo, purso Dame Som
mors won. Colonel Ballentyno second, Bes
sie McCarthy third. Tlmo,
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling Echo
dnlo won. Orient second, Mordella third
Sixth raco, mllo and sevonty yards
selling Orpheus won. Lady Matchless
second. Dr. Klor third. Tlmo, 1:53
Results at the Meadows.
SEATTLE, June 30. Summary at Tho
First race, five furlongs, selling Facts
won, Roseleaf second, Harka third. Time,
Second race, five and one-half furlongs,
selling King Herald won. MacFlecknoo
second. Maud Sherwood third. Tlmo, 1:09.
Third race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ingRed Tip won, Algarotta second. Chief
Aloha third. Time. l:20?i.
Fourth race, ono mile, selling Ripper
won. Miss Vera wecond. Claudator third.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling Dr.
Rowell won, Illowaho second, Anirad
third. Time. 1;2S.
Sixth race, 6ix furlongs, selling Lady
Usk won. Ocyroho second, Mlmo third.
Down at Sheepshead Bay.
NEW YORK, Juno 30. Sheepshead Bav
First race, six and a half furlongs
Ingold won, Gold Saint second. Auditor
third. Time. 1-19.
Second race, ono mile Beldame won
Lux Casta socond, Hortensla third. Time!
Third race, steeplechase, full course
Lavator won. Grandpa second, Graccawav
thlrd. Time, 5:09.
Fourth race, the spendthrift handicap,
mile and a furlong Highball won. Os
trich second. Thlstlo Heather third. Time.
1 .64. '
-,,FirUl. racc- f,vo nnd a half furlongs
Hot Shot won. Torchellow second. Dan
dcllno third. Time. 1:0S.
Sixth race, selling, Jive and a half fur
longs, on turf Tramotor won. Virgo .sec
ond. Little Buttercup third. Time. 1:07 4-G
Patrolmen Vs. Firemen.
Every brewery in town Is gclng to send
down a barrel of beer to the baseball
grounds tomorrow afternoon on the oc
casion of the game between tho firemen
and the policemen.
It has been announced that Bill Leary
is going to pitch for the "bulls" and Capt
Wood for the firemen.
Eight-Oared Race Postponed.
NEW LONDON, June 30. At 7:30
o'clock this evening the referee announced
that tho Harvard-Yalo 'varsity eight and
four-oared races had been postponed until
tomorrow n orp'ng.
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. June 30.-WIth
ono-half of tho play in the fifth tourna
ment of tho Western Golf association
concluded on the links of the Kent Coun
try club, National Champion Willie An
derson leads the llelds with a score of 151
Just thrco strokes better than tho total of
Alex Smith of Nassau, title holder.
J,5tA-NGI::L N- ?- funo In the Mld
dlo States championship tennis tourney to
day Miss May Sutton, tho California wo
man, won her match In the women's sin
gles and outclassed her field as she did
last week at the national championship
which sho won. Miss Sutton beat Miss
Stuart, 6-0. 8-1. 3
Chamherlain's Colic, Cholera and
This remedy Is certain to be needed
in almost evory home before the sum
mer is over. It can always be depended
upon even In the most severe and dan
gerous cases. It Is especially valuable
for summer disorders in children. It
Is pleasant to take and never fails to
give prompt relief. Why not buy It
now? It may save life. For utO by
ull lending; druggists, - '
$8TEB3 ffl THE Im
After the age of 45 or 50, when the vital powers are SjfjjF
naturally weaker, it is noticed that a hurt of any kind ffil'Pfifvftt 'flV
heals slow!', and often a very insignificant scratch or KgV WFj
bruise becomes a bad ulcer or sore. At this time of life KSSfiSSfc'M."
warty growths, moles and pimples that have been on the
body almost from birth begin to inflame and fester, and Hpii W
before very long are large eating, sloughing ulcers. mrfmZf
Whenever a sore or.ulcer is . T , . mjk
slowiuhealingtl.cn you may prSSwir'Sl?
be sure something is radical- &u
ly wrong with your blood, never hoal. Tho dootorn pronounced lVpwouWlfii
Some old taint or poison that Aftor tahujGrS.s.s. awhilotho noro Wan &1S
has been slumbering there for SaS'oitcd1.1 oSfifiH0 5
3'ears is beginning to assert F,ott,10?' t'JkintU01'' Romo t-im after it ThoJl ?i vT
itself, and breaks out and be- i'ftWno SSfffil
comes a bad ulcer and per- Gant, Audrain Cfounty, Lio. JOsephub EEid
haps thc beginning of Cancer. These old sores are rooted in thc blood and" in
S- y- vrhile washes, soaps, salves, etc., keep the surface' '
(H (Of clcan. thev are not healing1. A blood medicine to' Si
bS PuHfy and strengthen the polluted blood, and a tonici Q
N sj r?J to build up the general system is what is needed and!
S. S. S. is just such a remedy. No poison is sopow-1 fei
erful and no germ so deadly that this great vegetable blood remedy cannot
reach it, and ulcers of every kind quickly yield to its wonderful curativel
properties. Medical advice or any information you may desire will be ?iven5
by our pb3'sician without charge. ?
THE SWIFT SPEGBF&G GO, H7JLAKTA, GA 1 S
: J lf!l!
1 QARPNERPASly STOM HEW&K
S vl: We dnJt lcn0TV i?
S SStjN Wnd Jou liave decided !
1 Wm$ ou-
I 'iXr But yenturo io Sll-V Ilftt
Hullllil It's here. ISf'
I 50c, 75c, 1, 1.50, 1.75,-2, $2.50, 3 anc 3.50. jjfcg
? 2sTine great lines of new patterns to choose from.
Ii You cannot help but find Tvhat you ivant. Wj
Same ivith the Suits, Hats and all the other things.
Such great assortments of them that it is easy to make a SLrr
a Price J0 P0 GA.iDNb.ll Maitift. ll
I The Quality Store. Jj
I At I flunah For jl
I Barton's i The Fourth! I
4 (Tk fl f $2r- w a cre Monday. Are you "
Iwla a PI going to celebrate? Of courso you
&y& x Rot are and 30 are wo, ij
II Our Store Will Be
izmmmtmmmim closed ah Day. If
I You'll want to be dressed in a. cool, summery fashion, so come
I this week and got what you need. One of our stylish two-piece suits 1 i 5&
'J would be just the thing. Then wo have all the fixins' in soft shirts, I J t
i ties, straw hats, thin underwear, otc., to complete your comfort Mod- 1 V l&i
ti est prices. M j fifiej
1 I "W
J I I 9
I ONE PRICE TO ALL, 45-47 MAIN-. I j
SILT LAKE TURF
KEINY ON HOTEL,
California and Eastern lEac&z.
PROPOSALS FOR LAUNDRY. ETC..
Department of tho Interior.. Office of In
dian Affairs, "Washington. D. C. June 11,
1901. Scaled proposals, Indorsed "Propos
als for Laundry Bulldinpr. etc., Fort Hall
School. Idaho," and addressed to tho
Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Wash
ington, D. C, will be recelvd at this of
fice until 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday., July
2C, 190-1. for furnishing materials and labor
necestsary to construct and completo .1
stone laundry building and bollerhouso at
Fort Hall School, Idaho, In strict accord
ance with the plans, specifications and In
structions to bidders which may be ex
amined nO this office, the offices of tho
"Construction News," Chicago, 111.; the
"Salt Lake Tribune." Salt Lake City.
Utah, tho "Morning Oregonlan," Tort
land. Or , the U. S. Indian Warehouses,
t2 South Seventh street, St. Louis?. Mo.:
K5 South Canal street. Chicago, 111.. S15
Howard street, Omaha. Neb., and 119
"Woostor street, New York City tho
Builders' and Traders' Exchanges at I
Omaha, Milwaukee tind St Paul, the
Northwestern Manufacturers' association,
St. Paul. Minn., and at the school. For I
further Information apply to this office
or to A. F. Caldwell, superintendent,
YV. A. JONES, Commissioner.
Taken to Holy Cross.
Dan Sullivan, who had two Iorz broken
In a cavc-ln at the Daly West mine at
Park City on Wednesday, was taken to
thc Holy Cioss hcsrltal yesterday even
ing. Sullivan was working In a stope on
the 100-foot lovel, and was caught by
romo rock that fell down from the roof.
His. legs were temporarily attended to In
Park City, pending1 his removal to the
Eor a Man.
To sleep well, a haberdasher must be
liberal. Night shirts and pajama
should be light nnd roomy In the sum
mer time. Ours- happen to be that wav.
2ROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
ICG Mala St,
QUEENSTOWN. June SO The Baltic, flRkjt
the new stenmor of thc White Star 1IneBBKji
and tho largest vessel afloat, sailed from:5Mfc
Qucenstown today for New York on her fl'Kd
maiden trip. HlEi
LOST. . ggj
South or Sugar wfthl, gentleman's gold l
watch? homing ca, monogram "J1IW." .ti ufF
Return-to 'M Dcscret News building. Lib- 3 ,Jl
oral reward - - ;