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"2 THE SAXF JLAKE TKEEXnTOK SATURDAY MORNING-, JULY 23, lM
ILansdownc asniu'cd, Count. Bc,nckcndorf
that nil the boxes marked with the
broad arrow wore the property o( the
British Government, and the Secretary
jidded that he had been informed by Hie
I'enltisuhir nnd Oriental company, the
owner of the Malacca, that there was
no contraband on hoard, a Btatemont
which the Bri.tlnh Government, a ccoptcd.
because of the standing of the com
pany. Russia 1$ now awaiting? a verifi
cation of tho company's statement.
jb a matter of formality the Malacca
cargo will bo examined at 50m port In
the Mediterranean, probably Suda. bay,
island of Crete, In the presence of the.
A claim for damages as a result of de
laying the steamor will be presented in
due course of time through the British
I1 REGARDED AS PIRATES.
Russian Fleet iu. Rod Sea Violated
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 22. The
passage of tho Ruysian volunteer fleet
steamers Smolensk, and St. Petersburg
through the. pardajiellcs. under a com
mercial flag, and their subsequent
hoisting of the naval Hag. is considered
here to be a violation o International
law. rciulerlnsi tho veseols llqble to be
regarded ns pirates. It lo thought that
Great Britain will avail herself of the
4 presence of her Mediterranean fleet to
emphasize her pro tea, against, tho ac
tion of. the volunteer fleet steamers In
the Red sea. and It la anticipated that
she will intercept the Malacca.
No further stcaniers have traversed
the -straits since the Smolensk passed
through, and It Is believed that Great
Britain will prote&t against the further
passage of the Dardanelles by Russian
steamers unless the Government gives
an explicit understanding that the ves
sels arc not destined to act. as cruisers.
I GENERAL ADVANCE OE JAPS.
.Mikado's Men Preparing to Hove on
the Russian Left.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 22. The
army organ Russ evidently believes
that the Japanese are preparing for a
general advance from the east against
the Russian left The paper estimates j
the Japanese purpose as follows:
"The probable object of the Japanese
advance is to move into the Llao river
valley, which r north of our position,
in the forward movement of tho main
army, which Is posted along the Mo
Tien, Lakho and Tapan passes, with a
front ten miles to the south of the
SaImats7.a-Liao Yang road. Tho ad
vantage of the delay consists in tho pos
sibility afforded of endangering our
communications north of Lino Tang'
and tho flanking of Lieut.-Gcn. Count
Keller's army in the north."
Regarding the new advantage gained
by the Japanese still further north of
the Siamatsr.a-L.ino Yong road, the
army organ considers that the Japanese
operations there and the superiority of
their forces at Mo Tien pass, as shown
In the engagement of July 17, prove
that there have been great changes in
the numerical composition of tho Jap
anese forces, and addg:
"Undoubtedly the newly formed re
serve units have been scut from Japan
to strengthen the armies and some of,
the Japanese forces are being brought
north from Slu Ten. Jt is prob
, able, that the Japanese Intend to make
an attempt to occupy Lieut.-Gen. Count
Keller's position at JJanza pass, which
would render It much more dlfllcolt for
him to take the offensive. But it is
scarcely probable that the Japanese in
tend with this column to advance upon
Liao Yang or Mukden. Such a move
would be extremely dangerous without
a previous victory on the- Liao Yang
high road, and would call for the de
ployment of verji; large forces for which
the SaJmatsza-Llao Yang road Is not
IN TENSION IS RELIEVED.
I i Russia Has Submitted, to Great Brit-
I ain Basis for Settlement,
I PARIS.. July 22, Jt was said at
' the Foreign office at noon that the
exchanges of communications, going on
r between London, St, Petersburg and
Paris shows that the tension of the An-
glo-RussIan situation has been mnte-
rially relieved. It now appears that
Russia has submitted to the British
Government a certain proposition which
if acceptable, will serve as the basis for
an adjustment. These exchanges have
been somewhat Informal and are bc
Inc described as hints, but thoy are
.sufllclently clear to Indicate Russia's
purpose to adjust the question. The
outcome now Is considered to be hlng
1 ing on Great Britain's answer.
It Is, understood that tho proposition
contemplates the release of the Malac
ca, but the ofTiclnJs say that the previ
ous reports that orders had actually
been Issued for her release are incor
rect. It is further asserted that the pros
pective adjustment will be confined to
ihe seizure of tho Malacca and will not
include the general question of the
right of Russia, under the treaty of.
I Paris to send vessels of the volunteer
fleet through tho Dardanelles.
It Is considered Inopportune to dis
cuss a. readjustment of the rights of tho
powers undor the treaty of Paris dur
! ing a time of war. and therefore If the
I questJbn of a. readjustment is raised it
, probably will go over until the close of
the Japanese-Russian war.
I CONTRABAND OF WAR,
Anxioty for Steamer Gaelic, Now En
Routo to Yokohama.
I SAN FRANCISCO, July 22. The of
ficials of tho Occidental & Oriental
Steamship company have expressed
! some anxiety regarding , the steamer'
Gaelic, which sailed from this, city on
I ' Jul- 1$ for Japanese ports. The Gaelic,
which files the British flag, has In her
cargo a large amount of foodstuffs and
machinery, both of which are contra
band of war and are liable to seizure.
She is due at Yokohama in about eight
days and .the officials of the company
here say It would be an easy matter for
i ( the Russian Vladivostok squadron to
intercept the Gaelic before she reaches
I : Yokohama.
I ! ' Grafters Ordered to Leave.
BONESTEEL. S. D., Julv 22Thc
Federal troops have been asked for urd
, ' i ( dre being held in readiness lo be sont
I li here pending a promise by the gambWs
;'l that the grafters shall leave the cltv
f Hi today.
j i Peterson Succumbs to Wound.
l! SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. A. C.
I" Peterson, a Mormon missionary, who
i made a double attempt to end his H(Q
; I by drinking carbolic acid and slashing
j; his wrists and throat with a razor on
Tuesday latit. is dead. He showed
signs of improvement until today, when I
a! relapse setin and death followed.
Win by Score of Two
Pitcher for Spokane Dots
ExcsJItnt Work for Vi's j
Titus for the Salt Lake. Nino Out
of Luck Pitches Win
PACIFIC NATIONAX LEAGUE. ,
Standing of the Clubs.
P. v.' L. P.C.
Spokonc Tli -13 20 .597
Boise Tl il) W .511
Butte TO .12 3S .457
Salt Lai jo TO 23 .100
Salt Lakoi 1: Spokane, 2.
Uolss, W; Butte, 5.
"Wily "Willie" Damnum handed it to tho
Elder yesterday for tho second lima this
week. Dci?:ltfti tio Cct taut lie worked
dny before yesterday Damman's v. lng wae
as effective as ever ond for seven innings
the Saints secured but ono safe hit and
that a scratch one. In. the last two In
nings tho Spokano wltcher relaxed a trifle
and allowed four hits- However, with
proper support Dammtn: would have kal
pomlned the Mormons, as their single tally
was tho result of Murdock's error.
Titus Pitched Winning- Ball.
Titus, was out of luck. The SaJ,t. Lake
slabster pitched winning bail and ordina
rily would have won hands down. But
the Elder batsmen could not locate Dam
mnn's slants and although several golden
onoortunities of winnlnnr tho iramo ore-
eoutcd themselves tho Saints foiled to take
advantage- of thorn. In the ninth inning,
with two mon. on bases and nobody out,
three Elder baiters retired In order with
out odvaneing the runner? a stop.
Elders Rallied in tho Eighth.
Salt Lake's only tally came in the
eighth "M ced slammed out a long Idsh
one to deep middle- Murdock made a hard
run and got squarely under tho ball, but
failed to hold It, Weed making two Hacks
on tho xnlscu. Thon "Dad" Clark and
Bill Ilnuqon soused a pair of bot ones
past tho Infield firing line and "Weed scam
pered homo. This ended tho revival.
Spokane Started, Early.
Hellly's gang commenced operations in
thcecond ssalon. Ralph Frary dumped
one down past shortstop and was forced
to second by Holland, who waa struck by
a wild one Titus raised his sights n mo
ment later and throw one into tho grand
stand netting, allowing Frary to reach
third. Murdock wsb thero with the nec
essary single and the Spokane runner gal
Again in tbo fifth tho .Northerners chased
a runner acrqss the pan. Murdock was
transported to the first pillow, went to
second on Stanley's sacrifice and pinohed
third on an luncld hit bv Dnmraan. Fer
ris intercepted one of Titus's benders and
hobbled to first A moment later ho at
tempted to Pilfer tho socond sack. Hauscn
threw to head him off. but the ball sailed
high over Delmo&'s head and Murdock
tramped to the plate without an ofTort.
Bruyetto. Delmaw and Clark executed,
tho. only double of the day iu tho third,
"Slats" DavlB. was there with tho Indi
cator and umpired hlG UBual good game.
Following1 is the official score:
A.B. R. IT. P.O. A. E.
Ferris, s. s...i 2 0 1 l 3 2
Howlott. 3b 3 0 . I 0 3 0
Rockenllcld, 2b ..... i 0 0 .", l 0
Frary. 1 f... 4 1 2 - 1 0
Foraythe, r. f 4 0 0 10 0
Holland, lb 3 0 l 10' 0 0
Murdock, c. f 3 1, l r. 0 2
Stanley, c 2 0 0 2 0 0
Damman, p 3 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 2S 2 0 27-10 -1
, A.B. R. H. P.O. A. 12.
Mullcr, I, f i 0 0 3 0 0
Hauntvan. c. f I 0 0 0 0 0
Weed. 3b 5 3 0 0 3 0
Gtmlln. r. f 1 0 0 3 0 0
Clark, lb I 0 l 13 o l
Hansen, o.., 2 0 1 3 3 1
Dclmas. 2b .--4 0 0 3 -1 0
Bruyette, h. s, 4 0 1 2 4 0
Tilus. p... 3 0 2 0 1 0
Totals . 53 1 5 27 15 2
Score by limbics
Spokano ,. , 010 010 00 2
Salt Lake ..... ., 000 000 0101
Sacrifice hits Stanley, Titus. Left on
buses Spokane. 5: Salt T.uke. n. TtnA nr.
balls OfT.Tltusi 2. off Damman, 2. Dou
ble plays Bruycttc to Dolman to Clark.
Hit by pitched ball Ferris (2), Holland.
Hausen, Struck out By Titus, 3; by
Damman. 2. Wild pltch-Tltus. Time of
game 1:13. Umpire Davis, Attendance
Two jfor Colorado Seringa.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.. July 22.
Colorado Springs took both games In to
day's double-header with Sioux City by
superior all-around plnying. A feature of
the second gamo was NIU'k Jumping one
hand catch oft Curloy's hat. Scores:
. R. H. E.
Colorado Springs ....003 012 02 7 13 3
Sioux City ..... 022 000 CC0 4 C 4
Batteries Skopec and Herman: Parker
Colorado, Springs 022 000 4 4 10 Ei
Sioux City 000 000 0 0 C 0
Batteries Thornton and Bacrwald;
Llndeman and Anderson.
Denver, 8; St. Joseph, 4.
DENVER. July 22, The home team took
tho game from St. Josoph with caao to
R. H. E.
Denver , ...031 ft 22 S 14 2
St. Joseph ..01G102CCO4 11 1
Batteries Vnlicndorf and Lucia: Clark
Won. by American Jockey.
LONDON, July 22, Bachelor's Button,
rlddon bv Maher. tho American Joekoy.
won the Elver pool Cup of 1200 novercigns
at tho Uwrpool July mooting today. ,
Foundling was ueeond and - "VVhiatlinV
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. '
City 0iIUv,'aukcc MHWauKee L Kansas
At St Paul-St. Paul 0, Minneapolis 5.
Standing of tho Clubs.
1. A L. 1 C.
Now York ...t .' 4 M '21 .700
Chicago a...... 78 50 23 .Gil
PHtsburg 72 II 25 .fill
Cincinnati .. 81 K . 32 Mo
SU Louis 73 31 33 .ICC
Brooklyn -. 74 :i M .UI
Doston S4 2S ofi .353
Philadelphia 76 20 5S .261
Cincinnati 4. Boston 3; first game.
Cincinnati 12. Boston 7: second came.
Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 2.
ChlcaKO, 6. Now York 4,
. St. Louis 11, Philadelphia ,V
. Today's Gomoa.
New York at Chiciso.
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
Boston at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at St. Loulu.
St. Louis, 11; Philadelphia, 5.
ST LOUIS. July 22. St. Louis defeated
Philadelphia todav hi a loosely played
game. Roth Taylor and Dugglcby woro
hit hard throughout the game. In the
second a fast high Inshoot utruck Lush on.
tho head, knocking him senseless. At
tendance. 2300. Score:
R. IT. E.
St. Louis Owl oil W-ll 14 1
Philadelphia, 050 C0 030 5 12 3
Batteries, Taylor and Grady, DugKloby
snd Roth; carneUrnns. St. Louis 4, Phila
delphia 2: two-baso hits, Burke, Grady,
Barclay, Titus, Thomas. Duggloby; thrcc
laso hits. Barclay, Smoot. Grady, Huls
wlt; baso on balls, off Taylor I. off Dug
globy 2, struck out, by Taylor 1, by Dug
glcby 2; umpire. Johnstone.
Chicago, 6; New Yqrk, 4.
CHICAGO, July 22. By bunching llltB
Chicago defeated Now York today, r to -1.
Attendance. 7000. Score;
R. II. ' E
Chlcag-.. . .01 020 )3 2
New Vork . .100 000 030 4 10 0
Batteries. RrlggH and Kllng, Taylor,
Wiltso and Warner: two-baso hltSi Kllug,
McGann; throo-bas hltn, Slagle, Casoy,
Chance; struck out. by Bylggs 3, by Tay
lor 2. by Wiltso-: has oti bulls. o(t Brlgrcs
J. off Taylor 2; umpires. Emslie arid
Pittsburg, 7; Brooklyn, 2.
PlTTSBfRG, July 22. The game was
dull and uninteresting, with Brooklyn a
hopchm lo?er throughout. Attendance,
R. H. K.
Pittsburg 003 120 01--7 Jl 0
Brooklyn 0CO 0C0 020-2 S 1
Batteries, Coso and Smith, Poolo and
Rittcr: two-ba3e htts. Beaumont. Brons
fiold 2; hree-base hit. Leach: base on
ls.ll, off Cas 3, off Poole 2: struck out,
by Case 4. by Poole 3; umpire, Zlmmor.
Two for Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI. July 22. Cincinnati won
both games today from Boston. The first
game was an Interesting exhibition. Both
team hit hard In tho second game. At
tendance 330"). Scoro:
R. 1J. E.
Cincinnati 010 COO 003- 4 I 1
Boston 000 000 003 3 6 0
Bnltories Walker and Pelts: MtNlchols.
Wllhelm and Needham. Two-baso hit
Corcoran. Struck out By Walker, 1. em
pires Carpenter and Mornn.
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 530 010 0. 12 li 4
Boston 320 003 011- 7 It 2
Batteries Harper and Schlel: Corney,
Wllhelm and Moran. Two-base hits
O'Dell, Moran. Three-base hits Soymour,
O'Dell, Kelly. Muggins. Ba8e on balls
Off Harpor. 3; off Carney. 3, Struck out
By Harper, I; by Carney, 1 Umpires
Carpenter and Moran.
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. W. K P.C.
Boston 80 31 23
Now York 7S 4S 30 .G15
Chlcagp ..S3 19 34 .050
Philadelphia 77 '43 31 ' .559
Detroit 7C 41 35 .C30
Cleveland 75 3$ 37 .507
St. Louis 73 33 40 .453
Washington 77 15 62 .1M
Now .York. 5; Chicago. 6.
Boston, 2; St. Loula, fi.
Washington, 0; Dotroit, 0; thirteen In
nings. Philadelphia. 0; Cleveland, 1.
Clovoland at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Washington,
St. Louis at Boston.
Chicago at New York.
Thirteen Innings, No Score.
WASHINGTON. July 22, Washington
und Detroit piayod thirteen innings with
out either sldo acorlng. The gaino was
called on account of darkness. Attend
ance. 600. Score:
R. II. E.
Washington .. ..000 000 000 000 0 0 8
Detroit 000 000 000 000 0 0 3 2
Batteries Patten and Clark; Kill I an and
Now York, 5; Chicago, 6.
NEW YORK. July 32, New York
dropped back In tho pennant nico todav
by losing to Chicago. Attendance. KXO.
R. H, E
New York 000 040 C01 5 9 3
Chicago C02 020 200 G 12 0
Batteries Powell and McGulrc; Altrock,
Smith and McFarland.
Philadelphia, Oj Olevedand, 4. .
PHILADELPHIA, July 22,-Tho Inabil
ity of the homo team to hit Bernard con
secutively gave Cleveland an easy victory
today. Attendance, 100. Score:
r, . . R H. E
Cleveland 020 020 000 I 11 0
Philadelphia ....000 000 000 0 9 1
Batteries Bernard and Bemls; Bender
Boston, 2; St. Louis, 5.
BOSTON, July 22.-SU Louie won an
other loosely piayod game from Boston to
day. The locals could not bat Pelty safe
ly, whilo St. Loulu followed up Boston's
errors and Young's banes on balls with
hits. Attendance 3D00. Score.
R II E
8t. Louis ..i .0)2 000 030 ,'' 9 2
Bpaton COO 001 010 2 C 4
Batteries Pelty and ICahoe; Younfr and
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Oakland, O; Seattle, 7.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. Backed by
splondld fielding Hughes pitched vu shut
out gamo against Oakland's rocord today.
On the other hand things camo easy for
Wilson's team, Graham being hit for blc
bunches in two Innings, Score:
R. H, E.
Seattle . . ,300 0W 000J 7 14 1
Oakland 000 000 000 0 8 2
BattcrlciHughes and Wilson; Gruham
Los Angelc3, 2; San Francisco, 5.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Julv 22. Tho
Seals won tho gamo In the llrt Inning
Hltt was batted out of the box. Wheoler
held them down thereafter. Score:
R. H. E.
Los Angoles , 100 100 000 2 S 0
San Francisco COj (00 000 T 10 0
Batteries Hltt. Wheeler and Spies. Bar
ber and Leahy.
Portland, 2 5. Tacoma, O.
PORTLAND. Or,. July 22,-Portland
won a shut-out gamo today from Tacoma
In the seventh Inning on a single by Mc-
EASY FOR BOISE
His Offerings Baited
All Over Field.
Appeared Unable te Get His
Curves Over ths
His Straight Balls Were Killed by
tbe Fruit Floke.i'8 Without
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE. July 22. Pete DowlinR, the
veteran southpaw, began to onrn his
salary for Butte today. Ills offerings
were batted for twenty-nine bases, and
Lally. McHale and Bandelin saved him
many hits at ihot. Only a haic-doaon
men wore retired by Rutte at Hrst base.
Dowling waa palpably short oC work. ;
He seemed unable to get curves ovor
the plate and the Frult-Plckera killed
hiH straight bulls. Aside from tho er
rors at third busc. tho Minors fielded
magnificently. Umpire "Ward tried
judging from behind the plate and did
much belter than usual. Ho made
Dowling cut the rubber every time, de
prived Shaffer of a base on balls .and
called Hammond safo In the Keventh on
tt very close play, all of which was not
conducive lo good humor on the port
of tho visitors. He escaped the fury of
the stands, however, and the speed of
the game went n great way toward
coddling the public. Houtz took one
from McHale's bat In the first inning
which brought th; rooters to their feet.
Kellackey strode over Into right center
In thp sixth and gnthored In Shaffer's
fly In circus style. Lally sprinted over
to tho clubhouse In the sixth and
picked McFnrlan's fly from tho fence,
and" Bandelin plucked Houtz's sky
scraper from the clouds In the seventh
hfter n grand run. There were three
double plays and a number of circus
catches. The score
A.B. R. II. P.O. A. E.
Marshall, lb fi 0 S Jl 0 0
KMlaekc-v, rf (J 2 2 1 0 0
O'Connell, 2b "C 3 S ?. 2 0
Ul -1 L - 1. U U
l-Ioutx. if t 2 1 S 0 0
Hammond, 3b A a t 3 0
Hanson, c 1 2 Jl. C 1 0
Babbitt, as 3 3 . 3 . 1 3 0
McFarlan, P 4 0 ' 2 0 5 0
Totals .. II 10 22 27 11 0
A.B. R. ;i. P.O. A. E.
Ward. 2b 3 i V 2 .1 3 0
Runkle. ns 1 ' -1 -J 2 J 0
Lally, If 3. 0 1 2 0 0
SlmiTor. lb I. 1 2 6 0 0
Klsoy, 3b 3 1.0 0 1 1
Sponcor, Sb 1 0 N 0 1 0 1
McHale, cf 3 0 0-000
Bandelin, rf 4 0 1. 1 0 0
Swindells, c .3 l J - t 2 n
Dowling, p , 4 0 0 0 3 0
Totals .' 31 r S 21 10 "2
Score by Innings
Bolso 0 2 0 0 2 3 3 0 16
Butte 4 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 05
Summary Left on bases, Boise 7, Butto
5; sacrifice hits, Weaver. Hanson; llrst
baso 011 errors. Bolao 2: stolen bases,
O'Connell. Houtz. Hammond. Kollackev,
Ward, Babbitt, Runklo; two-baso hits,
Marshall. Houtz, Babbitt; three-base hits.
Hanson, Babbitt; doublo plays, Ward to
Shaffer. Swindells to Ward to Swindells,
Runklo to Spencer; bases on balls, off Mc
Farlan 3. off Dowling 3: struck out. by
McFarlan 3. by Dowling 5; passed ball,
Hanson; time of game, 1:50; umpire.
Ward; attendance, 400.
CHINAMAN DIES ON GALLOWS
Chew Lan Ong Pays the Penalty for
SAN QUENTIN. Cal., July 22. Chew
Lan Ong, who murdered flfteen-ycar-old
Gin Do Hlng In a basement at 82S
Washington street, San Francisco, in
July, 1903, was hanged in the San
Quentln Stale prison today. Tho drop
occurred at 10:20 o'clock a. m., and the
man was pronounced dead ten minutes
late?-.' 'jjeforo 'mounting the scaffold
Ong protested his Innocence. When ar
raigned In San Francisco Ong pleaded
guilty, but later he changed his plea.
He was found guilty and sentenced to
hang by Judge Cook. The case was
taken to tho Supreme court, but the
decision of the lower court was sustained.
Former Chairmaa of Iowa Stato Com
mittee Cannot Stand Parker.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., July 22. A. W.
Maxwoll, former chairman of the Dem
ocratic State committee, has bolted the
Democratic ticket. Tho following tele
gram, sent In reply to a mossago from
the Sioux City Journal asking him If
he had bolted the ticket, explains it
self; "l have already repudiated the ticket
nominated ut St. Louis. The Seymour
Leader has declared for Roosevelt and
it is not improbable that I may go on
the- stump for the ticket it little later,
providing I can ajrange my business
affairs and the cuinpalgn managers
feel that I can be of assistance to the
cause. A. XV. MAXWELL."
Creedio, followed by a home run by Beck.
Tills was tho only scoro made on either
side. Roach pitched gilt-edged ball and
tho few hits that woro made off him were
perfectly harmless- Thomnp, though hit
frequently, kept them well scattered ex
cept in the 0110 Instance when MqCrccdle
and Beck trot in their work. Attendance
R. H. E.
Portland 000 X) 02x 2 10- .0
Tacoma ,.000 0C0 (j(Xh- 0 5 2
Batteries Roach and Steclman; Thomas !
and Hogan.. Umpires O'Connell and Mc- 1
RACES AT GALDERS
ON TWENTY FIFTH
Programme of the Event and List of;
Manager Russell of Coldcr's park race
trock has been working very hard tho past
week In getting the races prepared for
July 25 and he now announces that all la
In readiness for tho big meet.
IIo has some of the tlnest as well tho
fastest horses In tho Stato uf Utah. The.
horsemen nro working together with tho
management and they expert to give. tb
public tho finest races that have over been
seen In Salt Lake. The horses ara all very
evenly matched and thero will be a hard
run. Tho races begin at 2 o'clock sharp.
Tho following is the programme, with
the name of tho owner In parenthesis-
First roco. free-for-all. purse ?300. Sarah
Groon (Frank Wilson), Kangaroo (J Glen
rtcld), Blrchtwig (C. Y. Russell), Miss, WU
Unms tW. E. Stone).
Socond race, purso ?500, tTottira and
pacers In tho 2:20 class: Julia A (R Rob
inson). Chester S. (A Spiers), Cold Stor
age IT. McEvoy). Angle Duryca (Dr.
Ilummelbuugh), Alfonso "Col. Clayton)
Third race, green trotters, nurso $150:
Marshall Murnt (.Tameo Dovine), Sara (A.
Pendleton). Star (Frank Wilson). Zoltoka
(TI. XV. Brown). Zetoka is tho son of Al
toka. Fourth raco. three-quarters of a mile,
novelty running race, money to 05 paid,
ut the quarter, half and threo-quortcis,
purse $1W: Coramodoro (C. E. Smith).
uiymn iu. i-icicaaiu, yina, watts (asm
Nelson). Argot (P. Ryan), Gov. Shoup (D.
Fifth race, match, purse J50: Highland
Girl f OIK or Powell), Black Hawk (Heber
Mackcy). The abovo horses nro from Mur
ray. Thfy ran at Caldor's on July 14 and
I slnco that tlmo considerable talk has been
I going the rounds In regard to which Is tho
best horae. It wIJI be nettled next Monday.
At St. Louis Fair Grounds.
ST. LOUIS, July 22. Fair Grounds sum
mary: First nice, six furlongs, selling:
Bandltto won. Turrando second, Mlngoro
third. Time. 1:10.
Second race, live furlongs, purse Opin
ion won. Tim Hurst second. A. Muskoday
third. Tlmo. 103'.s.
Third race, six furlongs, selling Har
fong won. Mai Lowe.ry second, Dnve Som
mers third. Time, 1.18.
Fourth race mllo and seventy vards
selling Imp. Protonslon won. Orient sec
ond, lmbodcn third. Time, IMS.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs, sell
ingPrincess Orna won. Franco second.
Garrett Wilson third. Time. 1:0ft.
Sixth raco. six furlongjj J. W. O'Neill
won. Evening Star second. Dolly Gray
third Time. 1:16.
At Brighton Boach.
NEW YORK, July 22. Brighton Beach
First race, six furlongs Escutcheon
won, Brushup second, Coiifossor third.
Second race, handicap, six furlong? Re- !
hablo won. Gay Boy second, Ladv Uncas
third. Time, 1:12-4-5.
Third race, ono and ono-sixtecnlh miles
Fhunniula won, Mnrmee second. Can
teen third Time, l'Ifil-3.
Fourth race, handicap, ono and one
eighth miles Bad News won. Hurst Park
second. Koynoto third. Time, 1:52 2-5.
Fifth race, one and one-slxtccnth miles
Clovcriond won, Seymour seeond, Conk
llnp: third, Time, 1M7 3-5. Vwinncs
Sixth race, live and a "ons
Flinders won. Llttlo Buttercup second, is
mallltin third. Time. l:0 .
Hawthorno Entricg for Saturday.
Special to Tho Tribune, .
CHICAGO. July 22.-Hawthorne entries
for Saturday: ,
First raco, fiv furlongs
Kato ZltL ....... .103 Merino .... ; .
Gwen .... . KGAUgustn Vlclorla-tfS
Churn .... .lfC Presentiment ...a
Sis Le 103 Ethel Day
St. Bonnie ... ...103 Firabcla .... . .--1"
North Enid 103Dixl Andrews- ..ICS
Cutter . . : lOSRalnwltch 108
Second race, six furlongs, l'"?-
Maud Mullcr W-Nellie Waddcll .. a
Aliolo. 59 Boy Wonder
Marchmont II.- -10t Rag Tag
Nugget 1W Van cas 1
John A. Scott.... 114 v-nrtVi-
Thlrd raco. mile and one-quarter, ortn
crn handicap ... - . nc
Jerry Lynch 95 Mlro Crawford ... to
Birch Broom . ..lCPJudgn Himes ....107
Nitrate 110 Wilful "2
English Lad 110 McGee J-
Fourth race, six furlongs
Maggie Licher ..00 Maple luto
'FelThe Lugo . .. lot Monastic
Geranium 103 Phil Finch ...... -10.
Clifton Forgo ...122
Fifth race, mile and one-sixteenth, sell-
'SoWen Mineral .97 Ethel Abbott .... 90
Atlantlco i Exclamation --Vp
Federal 103 Frivol WW
Handley Croec ..107 Crcstf alien Ill
Sixth race, mile
Foncasta 89 MaJ. T. J. Carson, ffl
Dalvoy 04 Don't Ask Mo.... S
Gregor K SO TaJpo. 104
Weather cloudy, track fasr-
- Results at Hawthorne.
CHICAGO. July 22. Hawthorne sum
mary; , , . .
First race, six furlongs Envirlgnt won,
My Alice second, My Gem third. Time,
Second raco, steeplechase, short course
Farthingale won. KlngaJong second.
Weird third. Tlmo, 2:54.
Third race, fix furlongs Americano
won. Frontcnac second, Skilful third.
Fourth raco, ona mile Wartntcht won.
Shawana second. The Lady third, lime,
Fifth raca, mile and sixteenth Frcck
man won, Swootlo second. Dungannon
third. Time, 11 3-3.
Sixth race five furlongs-IIandzru-ca.
won. John Bmulckl nccond, Broadway Girl
third. Time. 1 -.03 1-5.
New York Tennis Tournament.
SYRACUSE. N. Y.. July 22. A. E. Bell
of Loa Angoles defeated II. XV. Cole ot
Hnrtforfl in straight sets In the ftnal3 of
tho op:n singles of tSie Now York Stale,
tennis tournament thla afternoon C-l
G-3. Tomorrow Boll will meet Stato
Champion Fred B. Aioxandcr of New
York In the challenge round for the tro
phy. Robert LeP.oy. New York, and Rob
ert Jonea, Svracuxe. WW face Bell and
P.. r. Hunt, Michigan, In the final? to
morrow, Summary: ,
Open singles, final round Bell defeated
Colo, 6-1; G-3: 0-5.
Open doubles, second round Tallant and
Randall boat Holcomb and Moorhend, 6-1;
G-l. Jonosand LcRoy beat Alexander and
Jennv. C-5; 5-7; 10-S. Hunt and Bell beat
Smith and Brady by default. 1
Scml-flnal round LeRoy and Jones beat
Tallant and Randall, 1-S; $-1; C-4. Hunt
and Bell beat Lowle and Cole, W; 10-S.
For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
lotte Lygberg and Mies Carrie Leaker.
Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown, now
at 417 to 421 Constitution building:
I 'phone 2003-X.
Envelope in H
Whizzes by Hundreds of 'yyB
Passengers and Leads Pir'e
rjlno a. Merry Chqw, HF
CHICAGO, July 22-Bla2mK
from wheels to roof, a runaway ;JB
car on tho Metropolitan iM
rated railway today whizzed jjyB
dreds of valtlng. passengers ar :E
fire engine a chase of more than. aH
and was not stopped until itB1
reached tho crowded loop in th HL
tov.nv region ueed by the foUr ll$Kf
roads of Chicago. Tho car wa8 biBl
to a stop by the temporary nhlB
off of tho power at the supply
the engineer of tho Power-hou'kB'5
been advised that- a runaway rjB
speeding down-town. KE.
XVhcn the car was first fouturiP!
on fire it was detached and vXJKt
past tlie Aberdeen street ntuR
that neither the rest of the traMK
tho station might catch fire tv'Ib
was left alone and a flre.'eninn'iB"1
called.' For some reason; Just
liremen were making ready fronviB
the- elevated, structure to send aTiKi
ot water on, the blaae, the cuF
denly started. "With no one oftH''
and leavingr a trail of fire iumPM'"
behind it, the rur.avay began thdB
raco down-town. "When thecar iHlf'
at the loop entrance tho fire enuinRl
tanced in the first part of the Hr
came up and put out the lire bJV
before the car was a charred WrKtr
BUTLER AGAIN INDICTEK
Prominent St. Louis PoliticiE
Charged With Bribing a "WitaiM
ST. LOUIS. July 22,-Col.
Butler, a prominent local poUtiiJc
was indicted today by the Juns'Bf ;
Jury on the charge of bribing a AttfSrV
The indictment grows out of tiil
fession of Charles F. Kelly, iSm'j
member of the House of DeiijEr
who says that Butler gave hlmK
for leaving the country and tHfJ
away until Uie bribe-givers, ik
whom he had damaging eNldenctBfe
protected by the statute of. llniigV?
I't is understood that Butler hHf
ready given bond to answer B
The expected Indictment agtH
politician close lo Butre and iP,'
"the man higher up." who aljBr,
ured in the confessions of K1IP
former Delegate Charles A. GuiIJB
1 not returned. '
The members of Ihe Jury caaHF
.court and asked Judge Taylor foB?
! ther ttme to deliberate. They xeiBj'
en until August 2G to make a re'jiP;
I Today and Tonight-Wind-up of
I the Great "Mill End Sale" I
j These Racy Prices Cuts for the Erad.il
$ Five hundred pairs of women's shoes, u p-to-date styles and lasls hi viei kid, patent kidK
patent calf, enamel and calfskin leathers. Mill End lot just in and $2.50 to 53 values, todjBg
e and tonight ?1.95. Bur
. Entire stock misses and children's shoes, slippers, oxfords, today 20 to 25 per cent off. EHj
J Ono hundi-ed lot of women's -percale wrappers, $1.25 tcSl.CO kinds today and tonigutMB?
5 t " hT llg-UdrGd l0t C womcn'a shirt ate, white and colored, $1.50 to $2 kinds, today aDWp"
f Tht0toQ' linen'crasl1 and Pi(ue kirts-for women.. 4 to-S.7o each kinds, today and
Lot of thirty-five crash, denim and covert wash skirts for women, 1.25 to 2.25 kinds-ipIfe
Lot of infant's white lawn and nainsoo k Mother Hubbard dresses, 1.25 to ?5 each kindsM
$ today and tonight HALF PRICES. '
50 Lhf dliIdreri'a sumuxer dresses sizes S and 10 years, (up to ?3-'kinds, while theylast?J
$ Children's white pique coats, 2.50 kin ds 95c. 'M?
j Choice perfumery French Trefle, violet, heliotrope, rose and -lilac, 60c an ounce kipdjgi
today and tonight 25c.
Women's belts', variety of kinds sold a t 35c up to 75c each, todav and tonight 14c. "M1;
0c0t 0f women,s silk aud crush lcather belts, 50c up to 1.25 each kinds, today and tonighBj
I The entire store is still filled with Splenll
did "Mill End" Bargains, Come a
I Today and Tonight, M