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7'W: TflTTBSD'AY MORNING-, 'JULY 7, 190'!, riwei ' " H
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Bpj&H SPORTING NEWS
SB m VICTORS
r?ifroveloo Strong for
TT Boise Found the Ball Too
8&5 : Often for Copper City
SaiPl)jpeatoS Game of tho Series Is Taken
' by Idaho Capital City
PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
( Standing of the Clubs.
m p. v. l. pc.
I Exkana .....53 3G 22 .621
ill RLe 60 34 23 .CG7
A jm Wte 50 S S3 .411
fitLsKc 50 22 31 .303
tp ' Butte 1, Boise 3.
' ; Today's Games.
S;oV:une nt Salt Lake.
!. BoUe at Butte.
U ;J plal lo The Tribune,
aljft BUTTE, Mont., July G. The game to
Av &y -.vas a struggle of elab artists. It
Eight have been won by Butte if Shaf
LBf N fer or Ward would have lined out a
sirgl& on 'two different critical occa
immm, ioT.s. Shaffer, who holds ytlown the
' Initial sack for the Miners, was largely
here- responsible for the scoring done by JIc
, . t ttoskey's Infants. In the flf th inning a
esire ! of gingie3 aIHi a base on balls .
folded the bases. Then while McClos-
key pranced around on third base
Weaver hit a sharp one to Shaffer.
If Shaffer bad handled the ball cleanly, j
; le couid have cut oft" Hanson at the
phtc and retired the side with a double
lUy He. however, fumbled the ball
iEd re overed it barely In time to put
cut "Weaver. A good single then scored
nttnn llTOmore runs- for the Fruit Pickers.
Ill 'J Hoon and Slarkells both pitched gilt-
L J I I.I if hiked ball Thn fvtr-mintr.rl r,m,1,mt
jf Ipom Helena was touched up for seven
jafe ones, while the Miners) were able
ag S : J gather only five from the stock of
j tenters fhoved at them by Starkell.
2 10 i Jtte Played errorless game behind
Hoon and might have won the. game If
uiey could have straightened out Star
Ms" curves when hits meant runs.
V "fSj" Ward made Butte's one lonesome
l !l j y ln lhe second inning Ward
flvJu ; angled and was encrlficed to second by
1 Shaffer. Elsey brought him In with a
J tfce single.
f The tallys secured by the visitors were
?. f .1" the flfth- Hanson singled.
fllK rkelIs rfngll and Babbitt walked.
JliJ , Mayer then drove one at Shaffer and
, its latter lot-t a chance of making a
attble play and shutting out Boise by
- rumbling the ball. Hanson scored on
; Weaver's hit. Kellackey then cleared
i ,.,ba!Jes wilh a single. In the seventh
j UBlng with two men out Bandelln
life t Lally walked, and Ward got
1113 ,ree transportation to firet. A hit
I hav Ued tllG score but Shaffer I
L J&70t.delIver tl,& eoods. In the
J , . lnn'"S with one man out Runkle
i ?. f,rsl whcn Wright dropped a
xJn "kl stole sond and Bandelin
' T,n on an eai?' n' t0 Babbitt.
. Jii hit a sharp grounder to Ham-
K?M and was safe at first because
' had hIs f00t 0 the bag.
1 Jfvi w01? "d and again a hit would
d,lhe ilcore- The be9t tllft
k -v ' . rul(1 d0- however, was to fly
oat to Weaver. Tho score:
Tolfll8 32. 1 6 27 10 0
j t EOISE.
S o i i ?
?' Hjaoskcy. rf. S o a 5 0 o
j t2rke11' P .3 110 4 0
4 Jcore by Inning- ' ' 11 '
.' ' 3 Kb " - 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
' 4 y . C .C 5 0 0 0 0-3
V''" ' 1 fiS,rru?r: Earned runa. Butto 1. Boise
) hit LVracc on errors, Butte 2; sacrifice
3 u f r- htt' douWe Playg. Eaudelin to Shaf
t i kMta .M,s1,0n1 ball,s ,orf "oon 1. off star-
' I I J Mruct-n !l y Pitched ball. McCloskcy;
$ 9 ' tfmi nf out' by, r?oon b-v Starkclls 4
1 S?S Davfa"1' AUcmlnnce- 40- Urn:
11 Pacific coast league.
jl: Tacoma, 8; San Erancisco, 4.
i ttKuA' July c-San Francisco had
' -dP&itvpnti i b.Mt of loday'o game unlll tho
'" Adfi lnn'ne. when, with the bases full
i 1 i nut' Lynch cleared them with
3 I toiw '-rcent., d,r,,.ve "Baliut tho left Held
; hlEh m-T JLlcldint' of both teams was
S .. bn ciais. Score:
1 TlLi;Qnc,SC0 100 030 000-5' 9 Ei
2 9 1M 001 42--S 10 1
fjb nd lSJn"Knc11 and Gordon; Overall
if. Seattle, 4; Oakland, 3.
J t tlrJAr,Tf'13, JulV C. Seattle won today
m I "JKU lucJc and poor Ucldlng by Oak-'
land Tho full extent of Oakland's mis
plays In tho Hold do not shew on tho
score. This w.i8 the kind of vork that
discounted Buchanan's good pitching.
Shields epralued his arm In tho eighth
and gave way to Hughes, who was also
Injured by n liner, but finished the gamo
Lohman and Cooper wero put out ot tho
grounds for kicking. Score:
M - R. H. E.
Seattlo 0)2 010 lOf 4 S 2
Oakland . 100 200 0003 0 2
Batteries Shields, Hughes and "Wilson
Buchanan, Lohman and Brine. Umpire
Los Angeles, O; Portland, 2.
PORTLAND July C.-One run ln tho
ilrst and another In the eighth tells tho
talo of Portland's victory over Loa An
geles today. The game was full of bril
liant features, but the work of both pltch
ors was praiseworthy. Two errors hi
Los Angeles' error column, with timely
batting on tho part of the Browns, ac
count for tho-dofeat of Morley's men.
T R. H. E.
Los Angeles 000 000 000 0 4 "
Portland 100 000 01 2 6 0
Barferlca-Gray and Spies: Thlclraan
and Steelman. Umpire Browu.
Standing of the Clubs.
v , P. W. L, P.C.
New York 63 4 2 21 .057
Boston 64 4'' 22 653
Chicago 67 33 9 ."5S2
D1clroirt 62 2S 24 .KB
glcveland 59 30 29 .603
Philadelphia C3 32 31 501
St. Louis , 63 27 32 .453
Washington C4 11 63 .172
Clcvcland-SL Louis gamo postponed:
Washington. 0 Boston, 3.
1 New York. 7; Philadelphia, 1.
New York, 7; Philadelphia, 1.
NEW YORK. July 6.-!-Ncw York easily
defeated Philadelphia today, outplaying
the visitors at every stage of tho game.
R. II. E,
New York 240 100 OOx 7 7 0
Philadelphia 010 000 0)0 1 S G.
Batteries Hughes and McGulre; Plank
Wasington, O; Boston, 3.
WASHINGTON. July 6. Young was ef
fective with men on bases today and as
a result Boston defeated Washington.
Attendance, 600. Score:
R. H. E.
Washington 000 000 000 0 7 3
Boston 010 010 010 3 10 0
Batteries Jacobson and Klttrldgo;
Young and Crlgcr.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. PC.
New York C5 48 IS .727
Chicago 64 33 25 .603
Pittsburg 61 36 23 .500
Cincinnati 64 37 27 .57S
St. Louis 60 34 26 .567
Brooklyn : CO 29 31 .4S3
Boston 67 26 41 .353
Philadelphia 63 17 -16 . 270
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 0, first game.
St. Louis C. Cincinnati 3, second game.
Pittsburg 3. Chicago 4.
Philadelphia 3, New York 12.
Boston 2, Brooklyn 4.
St Louis Wins Two.
ST LOUIS, July 6. The SL Louis Na
tional league team won a double-header
from Clnclnatl today. Taylor's heady
pitching resulted ln a Bhut-out for tho vis
itors ln the first game, and good stick
work behind Nichols was responsible for
landing the second game. Attendance,
SCORE FIRST GAME.
R. H. E.
St. Louis 110 000 00 2 8. 2
Cincinnati 000 000 000- 0 3 3
Batteries Taylor and Zcarfoss; Harper
and Schlel. Two-base hits, Zearfoss, Tay
lor, Seymour. Three-base hit. Shannon.
Base on balls, off Taylor L Struck out,
by Taylor 4, by Harper 3. Umpires, Mo
ran and Zimmcr.
SCORE SECOND GAME.
R U E
St. Louis . ...310 001 io e' 11' 6
Cincinnati .010 001 100- 3 9 1
Batteries Nichols and Zearfoss: ellum
and Schlel. Thrce-baso hits, Farrell.
Brain, Kcllcy. Base on balls, off Kellura
3. Struck out, by Nichols 3. Umpires, Mo
Brooklyn,4; Boston, 2.
EOSTON. July 6. Brooklyn won today's
game from Boston on long hits by Lum
ley and Sheckard. and Plttlngcr's blunder
in interfering with a throw to home base.
Attendance, 2S00. Score:
TU H. 13.
Brooklyn 000 20 020 4 S 2
Boston 000 2iK) 000 2 S 3
Batteries Garvin and Rltter: PitUnger
and Needham. Two-base hits, Schreckard,
Dolhantv, Three-base hit, Lumley. Baso
on balls, off PIttlngor 3. off Garvin 2.
Struck out, by Plttlnger 8, by Garvin B.
Pittsburg, 3; Chicago, 4.
PITTSBURG. July 6. Wild throws by
Smith nnd Leach were rcsponslblo for
Pittsburg's defeat. Attendance, 2SO0.
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 000 1 00 020 3 10 2
Chicago 000 020 110- 4 7 0
Batteries Flaherty and Smith. Wicker
and IQlng. Two-bnae hits, Brunsfleld 2.
Ease on balls, off Flaherty 1. off Wicker
2. Struck out by, Flaherty 2, by Wickon
4. Umpire, O'Day.
Philadlephin, 3; New York, 12.
PHILADELPHIA, July 6. New York
outplayed Philadelphia ln overy depart
ment today and won with case. Attend
ance, 20(O. Score:
R. H. E.
New York 031 032 03012 13 1
Philadelphia .... . . .00 0 003 3 9 6
Batteries Mattthowson, Ames and
Bowcrman; Frazer. Mcpherson and Dooln.
Two-base hits, Dahlln. McGco. Baso on
balls, off Matthewson 2. off Ames1 2, off
McPherson 2. Struck out. by MatthewBon
4, by Ames 2, by Frazer 1, by McPhorBon
2. Umpires, Carpenter and Johnstono.
Scholes Wins at Honley.
HENLEY, England, July 6. In the
semi-llnals for the diamond sculls to
day L. F. Scholes of the Don Rowing
club of Toronto bent F. S. Kelly (hold
er) by four lengths. Time, 9:11.
Yale-Harvard Team Sails.
, NEW YORK. July 6 The members
of the Yale-Harvard team who will
compete with the athletes from Oxford
and Cambridge on track and field,
sailed on the steamer Teutonic today
Tho Great Sale of Summer Wash
Wash dress fabrics of every kind.
Household linens, Splendid reductions.
to shutoot ogden
Amateurs Play Good Gamo, Scoring
Four to the Elders'
OGDEN, July 6. The Elders did not
succeed In shutting out the locals today,
but they camo very close to 1L No ono
expected to sjo tho lads of tho amateur
league win and wero immensely pleased
when thoy succoeded In scoring. Gimlln
gavo all throe of his pitchers a chance,
whllo Ogdcn used two-ShurtllfC and Mor
tenaen. Tho scoro follows:
,,.. . , A.B. R, H. P.O. A. E.
"Her, 1. f 4 3 3 3 0 0
Hannlvan, c. f 5 2 4 l 0 0
wcea. 30 3 3 14 11
Gimlln. t. t 5 l 3 0 0 0
Clark, lb 5 21 9 1 3
Hausen, c 4 l 3 7 1 n
Delmas. 2b 3 0 0 0 2 0
Bruyctte, s. 3 4 0 1 3 2 0
Meredith, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Esslck, p 1 0 00 0 0
Titus, p 1 0 0 0' 2 0
Totals 37, 12 16 27 10 4
ot , , A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Clark, c. f. 4 0 1 1 0 0
Wessler, 2b 4 0 0 5 3 1
Loavctt, lb 4 1 1- 13 0 0
Petzoldt. 1. f 4 0 1111
Chcckotts, s. 8...1,... 4 1 1 0 6 l
Henry, c 4 115 6 2
Taylor, r. f 3 0 0 0 1 1
Flynn, 3b 4 1 1 2 1 0
Shurtliff, p 2 0 0 0 2 1
Mortcnsen, p L 0 0 0 0 1
Totals , 34 4 6 27 19 8
Salt Lako 521 012 010 12
Ogden 000 201 100 4
Baso on balls Taylor, Muller. Two-base
hits Chcck6tts, Muller, Gllmln Hit by
pitcher Weed (2). Struck out A. Clark,
Wessler, Petzoldt, Checketts (2), Henry.
Delmas. Bruyctte, Meredith, Hits Oft
Shurtliff, S; off Mortcnsen, 8; off Esslck,
3; off Titus, 3. Stolen bases Flynn, Mul
ler. Gimlln (2). Attendance COO. Timo of
game 1:30. Umpire Johnson.
Colorado Springs, 6; Denver, 9.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. July C
Heavy hitting ln the second Inning gavo
Denver tho gamo today. Both "pitcnera
wero hit hard. Score:
R. H. E.
Colorado Springs 10 1 00 022 0 13 l
Denver 260 000 001 9 13 0
Batteries McNeeley and Baerwald;
Kenna and Lucia.
Wet Grounds Prevents Game.
OMAHA, July C. The Omaha-Sioux City
gamo was postponed on acoount of wot
St. Joseph, 2; Des Moines, 3.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., July 6. Des Moines
won tho last gamo of tho series with St.
Joseph today.' Score:
R. H. E.
St. Joseph 001 010 000 2 11 1
Des Moines 101 000 001 3 8 1
Batteries Dlehl and Garvin; Hoer,
Stlllman and Towne,
At Milwaukee Milwaukee-Toledo game
postponed; wot. grounds.
At Kansas City Kansas City 1, Indian
At St. Paul St. Paul 7. Columbus 5.
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 5, Louis
WILL TRY AGAIN
Again the City Twirlers will cross
bats with the County Tossers, the game
this time to bo pulled off on the dia
mond In Liberty park. There have
been several changes made ln the City
line-up, and tho employees of the coun
ty side of tho Joint building will not
find them such easy marks, says Man
ager George Maycock, as they were ln
the first game of the series. The game
will be pulled off Saturday afternoon at
2.30 o'clock. The line-up follows:
County Toasers. City Twlrlors.
Swalber c Watson, Bill
Evans, E. C p Watson, Sam
Smith, Dana lb Lcary
Jofrs 2b Leonard
MacKnight 3b Forbes
Anderson, H h. s., Leaker
Smith, Dave r.f..., Best
Humphries ........ .c. f .Korth
EvanB, Davo 1. f Wright
VIgus Sub Woods
Latham Sub Jennings
Rasmussen Sub , Beaver
Anderson. C. V Mgr Maycock
Bound Robin Tennis Tourney.
NEW YORK, July C Play began to
day ln tho special round robin tennis
tournament for women on the courts of
the Kings County Tennis club of
Brooklyn. Tho competitors are Miss
May Sutton of Pasadena, Cal., tho na
tional champion; Miss Hall of Califor
nia, Miss Carrie B. Ncelcy of Chicago,
Miss Bessie Moore of New York, who
lost her title as national champion to
Miss Sutton, and Miss RIsch of New
York. The play of M16B Sutton was the
feature today. She defeated Miss Nee
ley, 6-0, 6-1.
T r i r 1 v 1 r i t i tt r -r r
-f Bike Races Postponed. -f
Rain caused a postponement of -f
tho bike races scheduled to take
4- place at tho saucer track last
night. The next meet will be held
BICYLE MEET TO
BE HELD IN OGDEN
Ogdcn is to have a bicycle meet Sun
day, July 17, botwecn 40 and GO pedal
Ists who are now quartered at the sau
cer track will journey to the Junction
city and in the afternoon will pull off
a racing meet on the half-mile track
at the Weber county fair grounds.
George Collett Is promoting the meet
-and a good card has been prepared.
bite the dust
Junction City Crowd
Elders Win Game at Glan
woqcI Park bv Score
of 12 to 4.
Titus and Es3ick Perform for the
Saints Game Was One
sided. BacJc from their mlsBlon of mercy to tho
bloodthirsty tribes of the northland,
Back from the bad lands of Butte and the
realm of McCloskoy, tho Honest,
Back from tho wilds of Spokane, whoro
roams the fierce band of Chief Reilly,
Back to their homes on the Jordan, our
suffering Elders return now.
Less than three weeks havo elapsed since
the Saints went away on their mis
mission. Went from the land of tho Lord to scatter
the gospel of baseball
Among the wild hordes of tho border, tho
, Minora and Infants and Rcdmon,
Where they can't toll a ball from a strike,
nor a sacrifice hit from a single.
Needloss It Is to relate tho awful events
of that journey,
How tho ravenous braves at Spokano
scalped our Eldors six times without
How the bunch of tall-enders from Smoke
town beat us out by tho breadt of an
All this Is history now. Jet us try to for
glvo and forgot It.
Glmlin's Elders blew Into town last
night after a harrowing journey
througout the domain of the Pacific
National league. Everybody seemed to
be feeling pretty well, -despite the fact
that things happened while away, that
would tend to make the most optimistic
feel downhearted. The balltossers are
not Inclined to mourn over their de
feats while away, but will try to re
deem themselves during their stay at
Relliy's braves also arrived last night
and the two teams are scheduled to
appear at Walker's park UiIb afternoon.
Manager Gimlln has strong hopes of
winning, despite the fast that Spokane
made It six straight at their last session.
iiig unict newly announces that his
band of warriors are not In the best
of condition. The High Mogul himself
has a bad arm, caused by being struck
with a pitched ball on the Fourth of
July. Two other members of the team
are suffering from bad ankles and
Reilly says he does not expect to win a
game. (Reilly says this every time,
however, and It Is confidently under
stood that he expects to duplicate the
trick turned at the last meeting of the
two clubs, when Spokane captured six
"Wm Willie" Hogg will occupy the
rubber ln today's game. Just who the
Elder's alabster will be Is not yet
Ward, the ex-Elder, will umpire the
contest. He has been giving excellent
satisfaction ln the North and he will,
no doubt, prove agreeable to the Salt
Harlem Entries for Today.
CHICAGO, July a The entries at Har
lem for tomorrow:
First race Four and a half furlongs,
Laslgltto 115 Rain Witch 113
Gwen lllNorth Enid Ill
Good Manners .. .HSCalendula 109
Agnes Virginia ...lllGortle Allon 100
L. MacFarlan ....109 Francis Dillon ...107
Ethel Day 116Elle M 113
Hattie Welho . ...115The Lorelei 103
- Second race Six furlongs
Shipping Port ... .102 Atlantico 100
Watermolon lOODusky 93
Docllo 93Sllent Walor 93
Sad Sam IJlOrfoo Ill
Glendennlng 104 My Gom 93
Mabel Winn l09Jackfull 101
Tho Mighty l06Cranu 102
Woods Porry 9S Leila 103
Third race 8cven furlongs:
Clifton Forgo SSVolnev ... 93
Bragg 100 Phil Finch 95
Huzzah 109 Miss Crawford ... 93
Grcgor K 109
Fourth- race One mile:
Firing Lino 101 Birch Broom 102
TolDa 99Longmoro 104
Crestfallen lOlFoncasta 96
Fonsoluca lOUakc 102
Fifth race Flvo and a half furlongs:
Jack Lory 103 Walsh 103
Flaxman 113 Gold Enamol 110
Ivan tho Terrible. .103Investlgatlon 103
Queen Esther 110
Sixth race Ono and three-eighth mllo3,
Lady Chorister .. lOOValeat 106
Lacy Crawford ...101 Harrison , ..107
Blackwolf 9f.MaJ. Manslr 97
Sweet Tone 94Sprlngstcad .100
RoHsrnond 10oSchoolmato 106
At Brighton Beach.
NEW YORK. July 6. Brighton
First race, six furlongs Rollablo
won, Honlton second. Auditor third.
Second race, handicap steeplechase,
about two miles Fumanate won, Black
Death second, Conover third. Time,
Third race, Montauk stakes, 6lx fur
longs Long Order won, Water Cure
second, Pasadena third. Time, 1:14 1-5.
Fourth race, TeBt handicap, mlle
Hcrmis won, Beldamo second, Dainty
third. Time. 1:39.
Fifth race, mile and a furlong Glis
ten won, Palm Roader second, Palm
Bearer third. Time, 1:51 1-D.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Dandelion won, Broadcloth second,
Dreamer third. Time, 1.07&.
Summary at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, July 6. Fair Grounds
First race, six furlongs, selling Bab
won, Second Mate second, Marchioness
third. Time, 1:21.
. Second raco, four and a half furlongs,
FUNERAL HELD OF
FATHER AND SON
Services for Riley and.' His Boy, Who
Were Drowned in the Jor
dan. One of tho largest-attended funerals
of many weeks was that of Jonathan
Riley and his son John, who wero
drowned In the Jordan on the Fourth.
The ceremony took place In the chapel
of Joseph William Taylor. Bishop Da
vies of the Center ward would have
been ln charge of the funeral, but as ho
Is away Jn the southern part of tho
State D. M. Whlttaker supervised all
David Armstrong, a friend of the de
ceased from England, and one of the
cousins of the dead were the principal
speakers, both of them having known
Mr. Riley for the greater part of his
life. They testified ln plain, unstinted
terms to his character.
After the ceremony the cortege went
up to the City cemetery, where tho
bodies were Interred ln tho family lot.
A good musical programme had been
prepared and was carried through by
the Center Ward choir, many of tho
members of the Molders union taking
part ln this. The entire representation
of the union ln Salt Lake, to which Mr.
Riley belonged, fifty in number, attend
ed the funeral.
Casey Set for Today.
DISTRICT COURT. .
. Division No. 1 Judsa HalL -.
Division No. 2 Judge Stewart
4- Division No. S Judgo Morse, '
Silver Coin Mining company vs. -f
Galena King Mining company. -4
Division No. 4 Judco Lwis.
-f Stale vs. Clarence Shagogue.
- CITY COURT.
4- Civil Division Judgo Tannor.
10 a. m. Kemper Thomas & Co.
6 vs. Bailey & Son.
2 p. m. Christcnson vs. Wesslng. -f
In the case of Ephralm J. Bench vs.
J. W. Mantle, Judgo Hall rendered
judgment in favor of the plaintiff yes
terday. Llzzlo Sammons was granted a di
vorce from William H. Sammons, on
the grounds of desertion and non-support,
by Judgo Hall, yesterday. The
couple wero married June 20, 1899, at
San Francisco. The plaintifT was per
mitted to resume her madlen name of
A, Jennings was arraigned yesterday
in Justice Holm's court at Murray on
the charge of having set fire to tho
Highland Boy boarding-house about a
year ago. Ho was bound over to tho
Federal court has taken an indefinite
recess, Judge John Marshall having
left Tuesday for San Francisco, where
he will spend the vacation. Mrs. Mar
shall preceded th Judge to California
several weeks ago. It Is likely that
Judge Marshall will be absent from six
weeks to two months.
selling Lucy Grlffln won. Leila Lea
second, Leila Hunter third. Time, 69
Third race, mile, selling Sister Lil
lian won, Preakness second, Alice Tur
ner third. Time. lOVl.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap
Copperfield won, Commodore second,
Bugler third. Time, 1:1911.
Fifth race, mile, selling Jerry Hunt
won, Gasllghter second, Orient third.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling
Decoration won, Howling Dervish sec
ond, Worthlngton third. Time, 1:21.
On Harlem Track.
CHICAGO, July 6. Harlem sum
mary: First race, six furlongs J. P. Somers
won, Vanness second, Whoa Bill third.
Time. 1:15 1-5.
Second race, mile Tancrcdc won,
Emperor of India second, J. Grcenberg
third. Time, 1:42 4-5.
Third race, mile and one-eighth
Port Royal won. Miss Crawford sec
ond, Horatlus third. Time, 1:55 2-5. I
Fourth race, six furlongs Tokalon
won, Action second, A. D. Gibson third.
Time, 1:13 4-5.
Fifth race, five furlongs Miss Inez
won, Cigar Lighter second, The Mist
third. Time, 1:01 3-5.
Sixth race, mile Falcrnlan won, D.
L. Moore second, Scotsman third.
Time, 1:44 2-5.
At the Meadows.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jufy 6. Results
at tho Meadows:
' First race, four and a half furlongs,
selling Laur Phillips won, Caroburn
second, Georgle Black third. Time, 55
Second raco, five and a half furlongs,
selling Bell Reed won, Dora I. second,
Miss Provo third. Time, 1.08,
Third race, flvo furlongs, selling Al
garetta won. Black Cloud second, Ama
sat third. Time, 1:01.
Fourth race, mile, selling Huapala
won, Henry Clay second. Upper Cut
third. Time. 1.41.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling
Red Tip won, Canejo second, Box Elder'
third. Time, 1:23.
Sixth raoo, mile and fifty yards, sell
ing Leash won, Illowaho second, J. V.
Klrby third. Time, 1:444;.
Westcott Convalescent. '
Frank J. Westcott Is rapidly recover
ing from tho effects of a surgical oper-
atlon. He is still at St. Mark's hospital. I
but he io now able to walk about and j
enjoy the warm weather. It Is expected j
that ho will soon be able to leave there, i
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EgSj All Wash and Satlne Underskirts a&E" I
liutwj All Walking and Round Skirts -?.-i H
Kn AU shirt Waist Suits ' H
All Fine Silk Underskirts fm ' U
KtUeHP A11 Wrappers and Kimonas i?V' H
CENTS A1 garments of every description in . IrgMT 1 H
M NEW Y CASH STORE M I
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Successor to THE LACE HOUSE. I
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; Carpenters' Tools Reduced OneHalf! f I
In Good standard tools, too. Not bought cheap for a sale, but some odds and I H
ends that w'o can afford to sell at less than cost Seo the tools displayed In H
our cast window, and If you'ro lntorested wo'll be glad to tell you why j H
they're so cheap. HI
BRUBAKER-CAMPBELL HARDWARE CO. I
"THE POPULAR HARDWARE STORE." j H
27-29 W. Third South St. 'Phone 1637-K. j R
f dSBS m TREAT Am CLIRE Pv 1 I
J thr SStk and Lunc Troublos Asthma. Stomach. LIt- jfev I' HI
1 Wif???"' -JK&Y ?.r snd Jdnur Dtwaios. Bladder Troublej, "JSsSio ' HI
I .?lfl ' t7 fomals Complaints, Chronic Dlusatet ot V iC)WWv HI
WSA" T?i -Y UomiS an(1 CM1(lroxi. Heart Dlsooto. Nor- V 'Awft HI
J r-& Jou Pleases, Chorea. (Bu Vitus' Dnnco). 'fs S V&vy Hi
1 j X ,.vj Stertlltr.nicijcU. aplna.1 Trouble. Skin 1)1- b W HI
(3 soasw, Eolullca and IlheumatUm. DUuanos 7 l J 1 HI
Sf-'a, ?J s,.e1 Bowels. Plica. FUtula and Itectnl &3 iBJ
A K vi5 Trublcs. Goltro (or bt noelc). Blood 1)1- S& WriJ? WI
focyyfcV.JfeL &P.UP,-T. Insomnia, otc, and all Norroas, '"t?VyrwSj I IMS
I T&ffiSsflleG&J . Consultation Free. M?&4fr
JYW ln i,,pr'M, diseases of nun. to how our Cffi-mifr , HI
DnTXTlmonr 9?,d 'allh and tklll. e are al)i willing to HI
J-Bnoitcs- wait for our foe until a cure is eHected. dr. o. w. snoitEs. HI
srDr;dWEAE men I . i ' II
srsu.rt.rsvS stssssn sx'Xsi '
r,?i!hp" ,nror So called "Woafcnets" In tnon Is merely coP'oiciy. InresiK . BPf
curodCani S, 15 V"nplom of chronic Inflammation In pto onr method. I? , ffljl
few time than thnr P1 ,ftn1' 3h: on by early 1" , tho only thoronghly Iff
diSiri f,L ? J ' d'ss'l'atlon or by tho Improper uoat- sclontlflo treatment, for Ml
n,,ntf. 0f lreat 1110111 of somo contraoted dUeabo. A tl dlseaw belDS em- HI
meniroquire. completo and radical euro li, thoroforo. ployed. , H
- a question ot ruitorln? tlie prottato Mtf
eland lo lu normal tate, and this wo Ml
Specific Blood. Po.son. SKW nXl fcU" 1
the Interior, but harm- boon provon absolutoly offoctlTB by Jbooa. Uy- I
loss, blood-cleanslns thoasandu of tosu. W( are conr Inced urocele, S o m 1 n a J , (HI
romedlos. that rciDoro that by no other methods can full and -i cakne'"'' aro I Hi
the last poisonous permanent restoraUon of "ronYth 2Sa amonjf tho oJ- !
Ulau vlyor U) accompUJIied. Ity caTc W
HOME CURES BY MAIL. I
Wo mako a specialty of enrirxr patients by ran.ll. Wo bare oured thonsands who have
nOTcr eeonns personally If you aro aOllotcd and cannot call, write us for adrico and freo trma.
torn blanks and no will Bladly adrUo you rctrardlni: yonr case, free of charce. P M
Office llouro 0 a. m. to 5 p.m.; ETenlnes.T to 8; Sundays and Holidays, 10 a. m. toU. f
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 iMVW ' I
I NO CURE NO PAY! f
rV. "were not for tho prejudice 1 1 fl
- (SBjai duo to tlie great number of fakea lit llfiil
j tho loud I would not be able to handle IBinl
5 S, -4 ej the business tha. would come to me. ; nH
S J&A Tho "rreo B3lt" fraud and the rPree 51 j st Is
) w'flw Druff" scheme, which aro not free at ! j
fi j-ftv haye mndo every one skeptical, Hrln
"'"ivL movir hjit I have a g-ood thing, f R RfflS
I Yffi?t3 and Ifu hammer awa7 xmU1 yu Sf Sill 1
ri 1 wimt to talk to man who have paln3 jf
K "f?PCSr aches, who feel run down physical- S l(j(J
a 'ftJP ly wl10 reaUze that the old "reM and U g mm
j WWS energy whloh was so evident ln youth Is 1 llftfj
MOTa absent now: raon who can't Btand the g r Iff HIT
xK amount or exertion they could years Pj Kjlltji
SV(ird aB' 1 want you If that means you E Hn if ij
fffWjl t0 come to me 1 say that 1 C3-n M ' R RtHil
"i iftljr'tKnla cure yu 1 don't ask you to pay me un- B f,' Ifi0i
a WVWwM 111 1 D0 Eo- Tnat 18 falr surelr- You I t it H
!3 V'tiHy'5if!1-J take no chances, as I know what I can t ( liEt'j
S I have a euro in every town. Toll mo where you live and I will I i Mj
!glve you tho name of a man I've cured. HlJfl '
Tell me your namo and I will tell you honestly whether I can cure M ' B(j;
you or not. If I can't euro you I don't want your money. I have been H winlij.'
ln this business 22 years, and I am the biggest man ln It today by long W jj Vt jjij y
odds, and I am growing yet, because I give every man all he pays for. H In iff
Let me send you my book, full of the things a man flnds lnsplrinsr to
J strength and courage. Free If you send this ad. y fiiflin
, Ofllce Hour S a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 to L M H i iff (-U
Dr. M. T. McLaughlin, Zv"Bt' Jl
ON ATjLi CAR
Try fit til Next Tlmm You
i. a EWING, Proprietor.
Hoadquartorfl for mining rnn and tooH
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