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R SALT LAKE CITY, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 7, 1904. H
R Lake Scores Six
I to Five.
Kltt's Hit fir Boise Is
Khe Feature of the
IpY for Bad Thows by Hanson
Kmd Hausen, Fielding Was
Ecific national leatje.
KtStanding of the Clubs.
KB P. W. L. P.C.
S7 49 3S .503
Bnft"'"'. 47 39 .517
tip 84 -10 44 .476
B5uVe 85 35 DO .412
I Yesterday's Games,
akc. 6; Boise. 5
6; Spokane, 4.
jstlcton, the local amateur adopt
lort time ago by "Dad" Clark,
Ills second victory at Walker's
y afternoon against McCloskoy's
:rs. The young southpaw was In
m and pitched winning ball. He
:ked up In masterful fashion on
ne occasion, and, but for a bunch
luck, tho Fruit Pickers would
en held to threo tallies. Babbitt
ixas leaguer to tho left field and
chide was lost In tho underbrush,
the ball was located two Boise
Nine Safe Hits,
son opened up for the Infanta,
offerings were devoured in a
j fashion by the local wlllow
. In three Innings tho Elders se
ise safe hits. These, coupled with
f bungles by Hanson, netted the
n even half-dozen credit marks,
the third, Starkell officiated for
ore. He was n Chinese puzzle to
aggregation, and during the re
oi tho contest but one hit was re
all In all, the contest was not half
gaze upon, and except for bad
by Hanson and Hausen tho field
of the nonpareil order.
Peculiar Home Run.
iluro of the afternoon's entcrtaln
is the peculiar home run made by
In the sixth session. The Boise
p clouted a high one just beyond
Id and "Dutch" Muller just failed
It. The gross is long In the out
i the ball faded from view after it
Muller. Weed and Bruyctte were
A tn nrt rQ fin Invicl lrn Hrn rnm
e? but before the elusive horsehidc
ibeen corraled Babbitt and Hanson
wandered home. The game stood
lowing Is tho official score:
A.B. R. II. P.O. A. E.
rer. cf 4 I 1 0 0 0
ckcy. lb 5 1 2 14 0 0
hall, rf 4 110 0 0
nnell. 2b 4 0 2 2 2 1
x.T.'f 4 0 1 0 0 0
mond, 3b 4 0 1 0 3 0
on, c 4 116 0 2
1U. ss 4 1 2 2 3 0
juson, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
ells, p 3 0 1 0 0 0
U 37 5 12 24 10 3
W SALT LAKE.
m A.B. P.. H. P.O. A. E.
lf 4 0 0 2 0 0
flb 4 2 2 8 0 0
.3b 3 2 1 0 4 0
In?: cf , ....4 12 4 10
D, c 4 0 18 11
2b 3 11110
ttc. ss 4 0 0 2 3 0
Kf rf .3 0 2 1 0 0
ton, p 3 0 10 10
32 G 10 27 14 1
ro by Innings;
v 000 022 100-5
ako 201 000 00
mod runs. Bolso 2, Salt Lako 4; sac
i?h' Weed, stolen basos, Babbitt,
SfjDclmas (3): left on bases, Boise
It Lake 4; bases on balls, off Costle-jUwo-base
hits, O'Conuell, Clark, Es
SStarkclla. three-base hit. Hausen;
pirun. Babbitt; doublo plays. Delmas
ruyetlo to Clark, Babbitt to O'Con
tp Kollackey. hit by pitched ball,
9fcs: struck out, by Castleton C,
nnson 2. Starkells 4. Time of gamo.
jour, 43 minutes, Umpire. Davis,
BE "WESTERN LEAGUE.
mm Oniaha, 2; Denver, 3.
IftHAt Aug. C Denver won an cx
IWmi) from the locals today by a
; 3 to 2. Despite the visitors' hits.
Ke presented with two of their
Frecse, who failed to take advan
p two chances to save .scores. Score:
B R H. E.
000 001 001 2 3 1
f 000 100 002 3 G 1
Kand Lninl3tCr Rnd Frccs2I Vo"a-
City, 2; Des Moines, 8.
Kth C1TY' la.. Aug. C.-Dcs Moines
mc .Ioday bv knocking Jarrott
mvhc box In tho fifth Inning. Score:
RFch,. R. H. E.
&Xl 100 001 000- 2 7 4
Solne? 021 050 000- 3 12 2
KJ1rIBrrott' "utchlnson and
K Bushman and Clarko.
Brado Springs, 5; St. Joseph, 4.
RHOSHPH. M0 Aug. C A wild
lcrro1 Sa,;ke- C0UP'cd with a 5
Pe'to tLb .St" ?osePh- today'H
oft0t?tM0orfPrlnB8 tWlm b'
rtiSi 200 001 ooa 4 8 8
BccSl"10 and BacrWQ,d! Clarko
Columbus-Columbus, 1; Mlnne-Wlndlanapolls-lndlanapolla,
feLouIsvlllc-Louiavn, 4; Mllwau-WTolcdo-Tolcdo.
7; Kiinaaa City. 19.
-f Double-Header Today.
Thcro will be a double-heador at -f-
-f- Walker's park this afternoon, tho -f-
first game commencing at 2 o'clock, -f
One admission will bo charged to -f 1
tho two games. Esslck and For-
sytho will probably pitch for the -f
Elders and McFarlun and Thomp-
-f son for tho Infanta. -f
Butte Wins from Spokane.
BUTTE. "Aug. 6, Butte won a rather
slow gamo today. Both pitchers were hit
freely but Hoon was the more effective
at critical times. Score:
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Ward, 2b 3 12 2 10
Runklc, ss Ji 0 0 2 7 0
LnJly. If 4 2 2 0 0 0
Shaffer, lb 4 0 3 12 1 0
Elsoy, 3b 2 10 2 10
McHalc. cf 4 113 0 0
Bandclln, rf 3 0 110 0
Swindells, c 3 114 11
Hoon, p 4 0 0 1 1 0
Totals 30 6 10 27 15 0
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Carney, rf 5 0 0 1 0 0
Ferris, ss 4 0 112 1
Rockcrifleld, 2b ....3 0 0 5 3 0
Frary, If 4 0 1 2 0 0
Rcllly. 3b 3 12 3 0 0
Holland, lb 2 1 1 7 0 0
Murdock, cf 4 2 2 1 0 0
Stanley, o 1 0 2 4 3 1
Harmon, p 4 . 0 1 0 5 0
Totals 33 4 10 24 13 2
Scoro by Innings:
Butto 022 000 20-G
Spokano 001 020 001 J
Summary Earned runs, Spokane 3,
Butte 2; first base on errors, Spokano 1;
sacrifice hits, Bandelln, Runklc, Rellly;
stolen bases, Ward. Lally, Elsey. Shaf
fer, Holland; two-baso hits, McHalc Lal
ly, Shaffer, Swindells; left on bases.
Butto C. Spokano 4. doublo plays, Runklc
to Sahffor f2), Rockenfleld to Holland;
bases on. balls, off Harmon 4, off Hoon 2;
hit by pitched ball. Elsoy (2); struck
out, by Hoon 4, by Harmon 2; wild
pitches, Harmon (2). Time of game, 1:50.
Attendance 430. Umpire. Flannery.
" NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
New York S9 G3 2G .70S
Chicago 91 5J 35 .618
Pittsburg EG 52 31 .605
Cincinnati 96 57 39 . 5SJ
St. Louis 90 42 4S .467
Brooklyn S3 34 49 .110
Boston 9S 35 G3 .357
Philadelphia 91 26 G3 .236
New York. S: St. Louis, 1.
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago. 4.
Boston, 4; Cincinnati, 9.
Philadelphia, G; Pittsburg, 4.
New York, 8; St. Louis, 1.
NEW YORK, Aug. G. Good batting
gave New York an easy victory over St.
Louis today. St. Louis's errors were cost
ly. Gilbert and Grady divided the batting
honors. Attendance, 20,100. Score:
R. H. E.
St. Louis 000 Ml COO 1 7 6
Chlcugo .100 000 000 2-0 9 1
Batteries O'Neill and McLean; Mathow
son, Ames and Bowermnn.
Bases on balls, oft Mathewson 1, oft
O'Neill 1. Struck out, by Mathewson 3,
by Ames 1, bv O'Neill 3. Two-baso hits,
Bresnahan, McGann, Grady. Umpire
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago, 3.
BROOKLYN, N. Y Aug. 6. Chicago
won from Brooklyn today In the tenth.
Attendance. 5310. Score:
R. IT. E.
Brooklyn 000 010 000 0 1 9 2
Chicago 100 000 000 2 S 9 1
Batteries Jones and Bergen; Lundgren
and Kline. Two-base hit. Kllng. Base
on balls, off Jones 3. off Lungren 2. Struck
out, by Jones 3. Umpire Carpenter.
Philadelphia, 6; Pittsburg, 4.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. C The locals
defeated Pittsburg today by opportune
hitting. Attendance. 4000. Score:
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 003 000 001 4 12 1
Philadelphia 221 010 00 6 11 1
Batteries Flaherty and Carlsch; Fraser
and Roth. Two-baso hits, Wagner, Wol
verton, Gleason, Roth. Home run, Dooln.
Base on balls, oft Flaherty 2.. Struck out,
by Flaherty 2, Fraser 10. Umpires, Moran
Boston, 4; Cincinnati, 9.
BOSTON, Aug. G. Three hits, coupled
with two errors by Boston, gave Cincin
nati five runs In the eleventh inning and
today's game. Attendance. 3700. Score:
R. II. E.
Cincinnati 003 051 000 05 9 7 1
Boston 101 100 100 00 1 9 3
Batcrles Kellum and Schlcl; Fisher and
INeedhani. Two-base hit, Kellum, Base
on ball3, off Kellum 3, off Fisher 5. Struck
out, by Kellum 5, by Fisher 3. Umpire,
Chicago, 8; Philadelphia, 1.
CHICAGO, Aug. G Chicago played a
perfect game today. Although tho Phlla
dclphlans pounded Altrock hard In tho
flrwt Inning, ho pitched winning boll after
that. Attendance, 14,150. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 001 210 40 S 10 0
Philadelphia 100 000 000- 1 7 3
Batteries Altrock and McFarland;
Bender and Schreck.
St. Louis, 1; Washington, 2.
ST. LOUIS, Aug G. Washington defeat
ed St. Louis today in an Interesting, well
played game. Jacobson allowed St. Louis
only four hits. Score:
R. H. E.
St. Louis 001 W) 000 1 4 2
Washington 001 000 010 2 G 3
Batteries Sudhoff and Kahoe; Jacobson
Detroit, 4; Boston, 7.
DETROIT, Mich., Aug. G. Tannohlll
pitched too cleverly for Detroit today and
Boston's task was easy, a3 Stovall was
hit freely and was wild. Attendance, 2100.
R. H. E.
Detroit COO 020 020 4 7 3
Boston 003 001 120 7 12 3
Batteries Stovall and Bevllle; Tannehlll
Cleveland, 3; New York, 4.
CLEVELAND, O.. Aug. G. Now York
maintained Its hold on ilrst place today
by defeating Cleveland In a pitchers' bat
tle. A muff of a pop lly by lllckmnn gave
New York the winning run. Score;
R. II. E.
Cleveland 000 101 010 3 8 4
New York 001 002 010 4 9 2
Batteries Joss and Byclow: Chesbro
LAST EXCURSION NORTH
Via O. S. L.,
Saturday, August 13th. Usual low
rates and liberal tlmo limits will pre
Novel Invention of Frenchman for
Even the most careful driver is liable
to occasionally run Into some obstacle
of a minor nature along the road, espe
cially when Indulging in night rldlns to
any great extent, and the result of an
accident of this character Is general'
a smashed wheel, If nothing more seri
ous. With the wooden wheel or tho wire
spoke now In general use It Is usually
necessary to repair nn accident like
this with an entire new wheel, whereas
pnly a portion of it may be damaged.
The tubular steel wheel, which Is one
of the season's latest novelties, Is said
to be much more able to resist such
shocks as these, nnd In the event of
damage happening to the wheel, the
particular purt directly affected may be
readily removed and a new part put In
its place. The construction of the
wheel Is aulte a. novelty. It will be
readily seen how the wheel Is made up
of a number of separate parts, and in
case of damage to any of these the
wheel can be taken apart and the dis
abled member replaced by a new one
without the assistance of any expert la
bor. When these parts are fitted to
gether a perfectly rigid wheel of great
serviceability Is the result.
The replacing of a spoke is simplicity
Itself. The flange Is first removed by
taking out the nut holding- the same.
Tliis In almost like opening the hub of
a wheel. The nipple at the outer end
of the spoke is then unscrewed and tho
spoke removed. The latter being wedge
shaped 'at one end and threaded at the
other has little chance for working
loose. The tendency of tho screw at
the rim end Is to force the wedge
shaped ends at the hub closely and
firmly together. After the wheel has
been turned the thimble or nipple Is
pinned to prevent It from becoming
Through Sand, Mud or Snow.
When contemplating a tour, where
one Is likely to encounter all sorts and
onntlltlnna nf r-norl tho Bllhlopf rf nn
antl-skldlng device Is an Important one.
It has been largely the custom to resort
to makeshifts of different kinds when
the emergency arose, but some sort of a
tire armor Is beginning to be regarded
as an essential part of the equipment to
be carried on board the vehicle. In his
recent trip across the United States
from the south to the north and through
the Pacific coast States, It was the ex
perience of C. L. Roy of Seattle, that
some such apparatus was absolutely ne
cessary for the success of the trip, and
he was compelled to resort to the im
provised arrangement of a length of
heavy rope looped around the tire at
This matter has been given more at
tention abroad than in this country, and
for the purpose of finding the best pos
sible device for the Avofk an antl-skld-dlng
contest was held in England. Over
a dozen devices were entered and all
were subjected to the most elaborate
tests which could be devised. The inven
tion which was given the first place
was known ns L'Empereur. This con
sists of a series of plates of curved sec
tion made to fit over the tire and these
are held together by a pair of chains.
When In use the whole Is slipped over
the tire and the ends of the chains se
cured by a convenient attachment. The
chains hold the apparatus solidly In
place and there Is said to be no slip
whatever. The-facility of application,
efficacy In action, compactness for
transportation and other points were all
taken Into consideration in this contest
nnd the prize winner was said to be far
ahead in every respect. The device is
made In Paris.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
San Francisco, 5; Oakland, 0.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. G. The locals
shut out Oakland today mainly through
tho effective pitching of Whalen, who did
not allow bunching of hits. In tho soventh
a half dozen hits were made by tho home
R. H. E.
San Francisco 100 000 400 5 11 1
Oakland 000 000 000 0 7 2
Batteries Whalen and Leahy; Young.
Boaglmon and Byrne.
Tans-Mississippi Golf Tourney.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. G II. H. Bend
of tho Town and Country club of St. Paul
today won the Trans-Mississippi golf tour
nament from J. T. Stewart of Omaha, 4
up and 3 to play.
t On the Pacific Slops.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. G. A number
of foreign military experts, It Is said, will
likely bo present at tho Joint maneuvers
of tho United States troops and State
militia at Camp Atascadero, in San Lula
Obispo county, beginning August 13.
SANTA MONICA, Cal., Aug. G. A mer
ger of tho interests of tho Los Angeles
Press Brick company of Los Angeles and
Santa Monica has been effected. Capital
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. C Ray Brom,
accused of murdering Richard Roberts In
Decatur, 111., last April, and who was ar
rested by Detective Bancroft of this city
last Saturday night, was Identified by
Sheriff C. A. Shnlft of Macon county, 111.,
who arrived here today, as tho man
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. G. Tho Pacific
Mail steamer China sailed today for the
Orient via Honolulu. No freight was taken
for points In tho war zone, but tho vessel
carried a cariro of 3000 tons, including
cotton and Hour.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Aug. C. Tho San
ta Fo ha finished tho temporary con
struction work on tho company'H roadbed
in Arizona destroyed by tho recent cloud
bursts, and traffic has once moro been
PORTLAND, Or.. Aug. G. Tho opening
of tho fall Hour trade with the Orlont has
again brought to the front the tramp
steamer which assisted In demoralizing
trans-Pacific freights lout year.
BELLINGILVM Wash., Aug. G, A fire
which is supposed to have caught from a
Bpark from one of tho locomotives used
in logging operations, today destroyed tho
logging camp of McCush brothers, near
OAKLAND, Cal., Aug. 6. Tho Amer
ican Magneslto Mlnlnc company will be
gin work on its mining property in tho
Llvormore mountains September 1. and
with tho announcement of this fact con
cludes one of the largest mining and man
ufacturing deals that hnn been made In
tho Stato for many u day.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT. '
Rules Adopted for Government of the
, Tho tournament commlttco of tho Utah
State Tennis association held an Import
ant meeting last evening, at which it was
decided that tho coming tournament
should be played under tho following
First Tournaments will bo conducted
for alnglcs and doubles.
Second The following pries aro offered:
(a) "The Schramm cup," value J1G0, for
singles champion, to be won In two an
nual contests for permanent possession;
(b) tankard and six steins, value $20, for
tho loser In the singles finals; (c) Gold
Medal racquet, value SS.CO, and a plcturo,
valuo $7 50, for the two losers In tho sin
gles semi-finals; (d) four glasses, valuo
J24, for tho doubles champions; (e) two
canes, valuo J5, for the losers In the dou
bles finals. Note Tho respective winners
In c, d and e shall decide by toss for first
choice of the articles.
Third Application for entry to tourna
ments to bo made to Secretary D. M,
Boyd, 317 McCornick building, Salt Lake
City, on or before Rlonday, August 10, at
9 p. m., at which time entries close. En
tranco fco is $1 each for singles and $1
per team for doubles. Application for
entry will not be effective unless accom
panied by entrance fee, and applicants
must be residents of tho State.
Fourth Tho drawing will take place at
the Knutsford hotel, Salt Lako City, on
Saturday, August 20, at 8 p. m. All com
petitors aro Invited to bo present at the
Fifth The best of threo advantage sets
shall decido all matches, except the finals,
when the best of five advantago sots shall
Sixth The tournaments will begin on
Saturday, August 27. at 10 :u m.. and com
petitors must be ready to play when cnlled
upon by tho committee.
Seventh All matches to be scratch.
Eighth Tho matches shall be played ac
cording to the general rules governing tho
gamo as printed In Spalding's Manual for
Ninth Tho committee shall appoint an
umpire for each game, whoso decision
shall bo unquestionable and final.
T. G. Griffin. W. L. McLeod, Harry Rob
erts, E. M. Garnett, D. M. Boyd, Com
mlttco on Tournaments.
They Will Celebrate at St. Louis Fair
on August 16.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. G. The hundreds of
newsboys' organizations over the coun
try are exhibiting a more than ordinary
Interest In the celebration of newsboys'
day, August 16. It will mark an epoch
in their development by being the
birthday of a National Newsboys' asso
ciation. The feature of the day will be the
ceremonies In Festival hall and concerts
by newsboys' bands. The ceremonies
Include an address of welcome by Pres
ident Francis nnd a response by John
E. Gunckel, president of the Toledo
NEWS NOTES BY WIRE :
NEW YORK. Aug G. Capt. Frederick
M. Passow, commander of the steamship
Su Paul of tho American line, was ar
rested hero today by tho Federal authori
ties on the tcohnlcal charge of allowing
an alien, ordered deported, to escape.
NEW YORK. Aug. C. An Involuntary
petition in bankruptcy was filed today
against the United Button company. The
petitioning creditors aro officers of tho
CHICAGO, Aug. 0. Cross-country auto
moblllsts from New York city arrived In
Chicago this afternoon. There aro thirty
six machines In tho party, which Is bound
for the exposition at St. Louis.
SAVANNAH, Go., Aug. G. State Sena
tor Foyo of Egypt, Ga.. has been brought
here under arrest by Federal officers on
a charge of holding negroes In bondage.
DES MOINES. la.. Aug. G. The Rev. T.
S. Bailey of Cedar Rapids, vlce-presldont
of tho Maimed Soldiers' league, has Issued
a call for tho semi-annual mooting of tho
league, which will be held August 11 in
tho Council hall at Boston.
BAR HARBOR, Me., Aug. G. Tho Mln.
rtfrnpolls, Columbia and Prairie of the
United States training squadron, com
manded by Admiral Wise, came into port
today from tho training station at La
molne. HARTFORD, Conn.. Aug. 6. Rev. Fath
er J. Spanloy, president of the Catholic
Abstinence Union of America, has called
tho convention of the organization, to bo
held In St. Louis August 10, 11 and 12. It
Is expected that 800 dolegates will bo In
ST. LOUIS, Mo., AugUBt 6. This was
manufacturers' day at tho World's fair,
and a splendid attendance marked the ob
servance. It was a carnival day through
out. WASHINGTON, Aug. G. Tho 10) young
Ffilplnos, whoae arrival at St- Louis has
been roported to tho bureau of Insular
affairs at tho War department, will be
paced In educational Institutions through
out tho United States.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6. Tho President
has granted a pardon to Lieut. Patrick
W. Hourlgan, U. S. N., who was convict
ed by court-martial In 1900 of offonscs
against the articles of war for tho govern
ment of tho navy, and sentenced to bo
dismissed from tho navy.
CHICAGO, Aug. G. When the doors of
tho Drovers' Trust and Savings bank
opened today about 150 persons were In
lino to withdraw deposits, continuing tho
run begun on the bank yesterday. Vice
President W. A. Tllden said "We are pre
pared for every emergency."
WASHINGTON. Aug. G. Llout, Vogels
gesang, who commanded tho turret on tho
battleship Wisconsin, which attained tho
highest merit of any 12 or 13-inch elec
trical turrent. winning tho prize for that
class of turret In tho last annual target
practice, has been commended by the
Navy department. ,
ST. LOUIS, Aug. G. For tho first timo
uincc its foundation In 1SS2 tho national
convention of the Baraca Union of Ameri
ca will be held out-sldo of New York city.
Tho convention will convene hero August
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Aug. 6, Flro broko
out In the basomont of tho Gait house,
cno of the largest hostclrlos Th tho city,
at an early hour this morning, and for a
time serious conscquorces wore feared.
The hotel contained 300 guests, all of
NEW YORK, Aug. C. Tho Sheriff's of
fice has received an attachment for $25,000
against the United Button company, a
Delaware corporation, with offices In this
cltv and threo factories In Massachusetts,
in favor of Thcodoro M. Pofrr on a note of
the company, which wont to protest a
few days ago. Tho company is capitalized
ALTON, III.. AugftC. Only four of tho
party of eight drowned in tho rlvor hero
lest night havo been recovered. Tho
todies of Michael Rcllly, aged 40 years;
Allco Snyder nnd Lucia Pates were dis
covered last night. That of Bessie Brum
was found today. Tho rlvor Is being
AUTO CLUB MAY
Steps to Organize a
Local One. .
Application for Membership
in National Association
Preliminary Meeting Will BeHeld
at tho Commercial Club
Actlvo steps arc being taken by H. A.
Cummlngs of the Utah Automobllo com
pany and others to organize a local auto
mobile club, composed of all owners and
those connected with the automobllo busi
ness. The object of the club is to bring
together automobllo owners in a social
way and also to acquaint thorn with what
Is doing in this lino In tho East. Thero
aro now fifty automobiles in tho city
owned by private Individuals, and Mr.
Cummlngs thinks that it is high time tho
owners should unite and bring tho auto
mobile question prominently before the
public. After tho organization Is perfect
ed an application for membership will be
filed with tho National Automobile Club
of America. Tho purpose of tho club is
to be principally social, and club drives
will bo made at stated intervals.
A preliminary meeting will be held at
the Commercial club during the coming
week. Tho exact time will bo given out
Automobiles at Ogden.
Ogdcn fans and sport lovers will bo
treated to their first automobllo racing
contest next Sunday, August 14. Over
twenty-five cars owned J?y Salt Lakers
will bo transported to the Junction City,
and these, combined, with a score of
horseless carriages owned by Ogdenltcs.
promise to make the dust fly on the We
ber County Fair race-track.
Orlando Stevens, who pulled off tho re
cent match at Caldcr's park, has tho Og
don meet In hand and is now engaged In
perfecting all the details m that there
will be no hitch In tho programme.
DECLINED THE REWAAD.
Unusual Liberality of New York Wo
man Refused by Conductor.
NEW YORK. Aug. 6. Edwin E.
Brophy, a conductor on the Sea Gate &
Manhattan Beach line. Coney Island,
has returned to Its owner a pouch con
taining $1500. The owner, a well
dressed woman, attempted to reward
his honesty by offering him a silver
Brophy, who Is a graduate of
Genesee Normal school. Is ambitious to
become a physician and for three years
by working as a conductor summers
and at odd jobs In the winters has suc
ceeded In paying his tuition nnd ex
penses at tho Baltimore University of
Medicine. He has one more year to
study before getting his degree.
Shortly after tho passengers had left
Brophy's car at the Sea Gate terminal
Brophy picked up the purse in which
he found fifteen neatly folded one-hundred-dollar
bills. When the superin
tendent of the company boarded his car
Brophy at once told him of his find.
Before the car had started back a
smartly dressed woman boarded tho
car, crying that she had lost her money.
When she described the pouch and Its
contents Brophy ut once turned It over
Profuse In her thanks, she opened a
well-lllled pocketbook and, picking- out
a quarter, offered It to Brophy. At
Brophy's refusal to tako It she became
indignant and laid the coin on a seat
us she left the car.
j HAPPENINGS ABROAD, f
OTTAWA, Out., Aug. G. The alien la
bor bill, Introduced by Secretary William
Mulowock, was read a third timo and
passed the Houso today.
FORT WILLIAM, Ont., Aug. G. Word
has been received hero from J. II. Bacon,
the harbor engineer and hydrographlo
surveyor of the Grand Trunk Pacific Rail
way company, stationed at Port Arthur,
that his caso will bo dropped by tho Gov
ernment, ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 6, The clos
ing to foreign vessels, except under Btrln
gent regulations, of tho ports of Cron
stadt, Sveaborg, Llbau, Sebastopol, Ba
toum and OtsshakofT is the subject of a
long official announcement In tho Official
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. G. Tho Ad
miralty bus no confirmation of a report
received hero from Yokohama of a Rus
sian cruiser stopping merchantmen off
the Kuriles, a group of Islands belonging
to Japan In the North Pacific. No war
ship has been cent north.
WARDO, Norway, Aug. 6. Tho Frlth
jof. having on board tho Zolglcr relief ex
pedition, which arrived hero AugUBt 1,
after an unsuccesyful nttompt to reach
tho Zciglcr Arctic expedition steamer
America, left this port last night for
Franzjosofland with coal for tho America,
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. G. Tho Svlot,
which formerly was cxtrcmoly Anglo
phobo. but which latterly has Bhown a
tendency to avoid tho subject of Russo
Brllish relations, this morning prlnta a
bitter onslaught ugalnst Great Britain on
the subject of the steamer Malacca and
other recent Incidents, charging Great
Britain again with soeklng to balk Russia.
WILLBMSTADT. Aug. G. In conse
quence of the aggressive policy displayed
by President Castro of Vcnozuela against
France. M. Delcasee, the French Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, has taken steps to
provent tho unification of tho Venezuelan
dobt, which has been nrranged with tho
Banquo do Paris et PayB Bas.
j Ladies free, Saltan Monday; 30 trains.
CANADIAN HENLEY REGATTA.
Weather Conditions Favorable, Ex
cept Strong Breeze Across Course.
ST. CATHERINES. Ont., Auc. 6.
Weather conditions for tho closing' day
of tho Canadian Henley regatta wcro fa
vorable except that a strong breeze was
blowing across tho course. Summary:
Junior four oars Argonaut first, Ottawa
second. Time, 7:58 3-5.
Intermediate singles, final Gcorgo H.
Llyd, Arlington, Mass., won, going over
the course alone. Park of tho Argonauts
had trouble with his boat. Time not
Junior singles MeGee, Toronto, rowed
over the course alone. No time.
Junior eight oars, final Argonaut Row
ing club No. 2 won. Argonaut Rowing
club No. 1 second, Toronto Rowing club
Third. Time, 7:10 3-5.
Senior doublo sculls, final F. Smith,
bow, and F. H. Scholes. stroke, Toronto,
rowed over tho course. No timo taken.
Single sculls, final Frank B. Greer, East
Boston, Won, Constance S. Titus, New
York, second. Timo. S.22, Thero was
2 3-5 seconds between the two men.
Intermediate four oars, final Argonauts,
Toronto, first; Ottawa second; Winnipeg
third. Time, 7:512-5.
Senior four oars Senior and junior
crows of tho Argonauts competed, tho
seniors winning by a few feet. Time,
Senior eight oars, final Arnonaut sen
iors first. Argonaut Juniors second.
Blackfoot's Claim to Championship.
Special to Tho Tribune.
IDAHO FALLS, Ida., Aug. 6. Editor
Tribune: In tho Pocatello Tribune of
August 6 tho claim is made that Black
foot and Pocatello are going to play base
ball for the championship of southeastern
Idaho, and that Blackfoot has defeated
all tho teams In this section, particularly
Idaho Falls, with a lot more of the same
Blackfoot ond Idaho Falls have played
two games this season, tho first scoro be
ing 15 to 13 in favor of Idaho Falls, and
the second, with five of the Idaho Falls
team gone to the militia encampment at
Amorican Lako, Wash., being 17 to 13 In
favor of Blackfoot and Pocatello com
bined, with one Blackfoot man In tho
The Blackfoot paper of Editor Kelly
published tho same thing Just prior to tho
gamo between Blackfoot and Rexburg,
and tho members of the Idaho Falls nine
are getting sick of reading such reports
In the different papers in this State.
Here Is the truth In relation to tho base
ball situation In this locality: We havo
played fourteen games and lost but one,
hence our percentage Is three times as
high in games won at? Pocatello and
Blackfoot combined. We do not win our
games nor the championship of this lo
cality by playing a singlo game, nor by
writing our victories to the newspapers
In advance of each game, but are anxious
to play cither of tho line-ups published
In the Pocatello Tribune, as the line-up of
the two teams (Pocatello and Blackfoot),
as many games at $100 a game as cither
of them wishes to play.
Our llnc-up Is aa follows: Wade, catcher;
Hall, pitcher; Doane, first base; Novo,
second base: Irving, third base; Miller,
shortstop; Wilson, Provlncal and Lane In
tho outfield. O. J. C.
A new feature Inaugurated by tho
Cricket club is that of having a continu
ous match on every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday between two scratch teams.
R. H. Hoare and G. Knauft picked the
elevens for the first week. The teams aro:
R. IT. Hoare (Capt.) G. Knauff (Capt.)
William Hoare R. F. Hayward
A. E. Hoare E. A. Hoare
II. Evans Mr. Bliss
Rev. B. W. Young J. Morris
F. C. Sanford ,A Collls
W. H. Jones H. Jackson
W. J. White W. H. Nightingale
D. Reed , Rev. P. A. Slmpkin
S. A. Ellswood A. M. Walters
W. Llvormore. E. E. Ellswood
WOMAN WHO RIDES
San Francisco Wheel Enthusiast
Steers Sputtering Red-Devil
Motorcycling Is getting well forward
in San Francisco, where women are ta
king1 to the sport with enthusiasm.
Best of all, it Is being adopted there by
a class of women who will do honor to
the pastime and benefit It. -
Miss Navlet rides In a divided skirt
on an Indian, and presents a neat and
modest appearance on the road. Con
cerning the sport, she says:
"The Idea of practically sitting- over
an engine mnde me a little reluctant to
try to ride a motorcycle, but I have al
ways been an enthusiastic bloycle
rider, and when I saw people ride a long
distance on a motorcycle without get
ting fagged out I became envious, and
finally got up enough courage to try
one. It did not take long for me to get
over my prejudice against the motor,
and now I would not ride on anything
else. Think of the fun of being able to
go over steep mountain roads without
having to get off and walk, and to be
able to ride against strong- San Fran
cisco winds without being exhausted!
"1 find no difficulty in running a mo
torcycle. "I feel as safe In fact, safer on a
motorcycle than I do on an ordinary
bicycle. I have successfully passed the
examination required by the park com
missioners for a permit to ride In Gold
en Gate park."
I WHERE WAR RAGES f
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 0. Gen. Kuro
patkln reports that the Japanese advanced
ton mllou north of Hal Cheng Thursday
and that they aro also advancing In con
siderable forco from Pahulsla (Kutsla) on
the Russian east Hank.
NEWCHWANG, Aug. G. A strong Jap
anese naval force, composed of gunboats
"and torpedo boats, proceeded up tho Llao
river yestei-day. The shallow draught of
these vossels enables them to ascend tho
river for 100 miles. They are to. Intercept
tho RuBslan retreat to the westward.
LIAO YANG. Aug. G. Prince Shlrenskl,
an eye-witness of LIcuU-Gen, Count Kel
lcr'.T death, says It was due to a reckless
Inspection of tlio batteries, made on foot.
NEWCHWANG, Aug, 6. Russian spies
mado an attempt to destroy tho railroad
brldgo near Yingkow this morning. They
wore frustrated by Chinese railroad em
ployees. ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 6. Tho army
organ today published the names of tho
officers killed or wounded July 31 and
AugUBt 1, showing that seven wore klllod
and forty wounded. Including Gen. Dokln
lln, commanding tho Thirty-first artillery
brigade. In addition, eight officers are
missing and one officer died from " sunstroke-
IEENE STADLE I
Delhi Takes the Great I
Republic Stake. I
It Was Worth Forty-Two H
Thousand Dollars to H
His Owner. . H
Sysonby Scoops in the Saratoga H
Special, Which Netted Keene
the Sum of $13,000.
SARATOGA, Aug. G. Delhi, undoubt- BB
cdly one of tho best 3-year-olds in train- H
lng, won tho Great Republic, tho 50,000 H
stako race, run here today, and Sysonby, H
another from tho stable of James R. II
Kceno and tho winner of the Flash flfl
stakes on tho opening day of tho meet- HH
lng, added tho Saratoga Special to his HH
list of winnings. Delhi had little dlffl- 91
culty in winning his race. He jumped II
out in front at the start and cut out a H
hot paco the full distance. Passing th U
grand-stand the first time, Waterboy HH
was In second place, but ho began to fall HH
back soon after and was nover a factor. II
Mercury was a good second most of tho
way. Tho Plckot finished strong in third II
position, a length behind Mercury, who HI
finished second by a length. The Duryea H
entry, Aceful and Mercury, coupled in H
tho betting, was first choice. Sysonby HI
was so vell thought of that the prlco II
against him remained one to twenty II
throughout. The Great Republic was II
worth $42,000 to Mr. Keeno, he having H
received 52000 for nominating tho win- II
ncr In addition to first money. Tho spe- II
clal netted him $13,000. Summary: II
First race, seven furlongs Old Eng- ill
land won; Monto Carlo, second; Dick III
Bernard, third. Time, 1:20. IH
Second race, the Beaver Wyck steeple- Sffll
chase, about two and one-half miles INI
Amur won'. Ton Candles, second; St. H
Jude, third. Time. 5:14 2-5.
Third race, Saratoga special, flvo and I
one-half furlongs Sysonby won; Hot f
Shot, second; Britisher, third. Time. 107.
Fourth race, tho Great Republic, of II
ScO.OOQ, one mllo and a quarter Delhi. f
119. Odom, S to 1, won; Mercury, OS. Hll- j
dobrand. 2 to 1, second; The Picket. 126, I
Burns, IS to 5, third. Time. 2:03 -i-5. Ace- i
ful, St. Valentino. Knight Errant, Gray 1
Friar and Waterboy ran coupled. w
Fifth race, mile Naughty Lady won; III
Court Maid, second; Flro Hater, third.
Sixth race, mllo and a furlong Fort . I I
Hunter won; Grazlallo, second; Clover-
land, third. Time, 1:52 3-5. . J
Harlem Entries for Monday. tim
Special to Tho Tribune. .
CHICAGO, Aug. G. Harlem entries for
First race, four and one-half furlongs S
Frank Monte- Happy Jack 113 1
vlrdo 113 Ralph Reeso 113
Tyrolan 110 Envoy 113
Sis Leo 110 Cutter 115 i
Eckersall 113 Haref oot 113
Augusta Vlctorla.HO Merino 110
Schoolcraft 113 Bowling Butte ..110
Lou Rcld 110 Capitanaso 11S W
The Dramln 110
Second race, handicap steeplechase, ' M
short course 1
Cork 135TTcnct. the McrcHS W
Handvlco 15? Weird 140 1
Golden Way 154 Lingo 133 ; I
Coronatus 125 Laura IC... 125 (ft
Alma Girl 125 IK
Third race. Riverside stakes, ono mile. la
Doll Lcath SO Golden Mineral ..SO if
Sweetie D3 Ananias -101 WKJ
Spcncerlan 00 fI
Fourth ruce. mile and one-slxtconth ill
Jerrv Lvnch 90 Dr. Stephens ....ICO Km
The Lady 104 Fousoluca ICG Um
Jake 107 Mabel Richard- If
Incubator 107 son 104 gji
Flo Bob SO Si
Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs Jjl
Adare S Florentlno 102 311
John Smulskl ....118 Rain's Horn 9S jm
McClcllau iS Peter tDurel 95 flf
Monto 9S Hi
Sixth race, one mile, selling urn
Halault 107 Docile 92 IS
Mezzo 103 Apple 9G flffl
Durbar 92 Sweet Tono 92 Jlffi
Federal 102 Telephone 93 Mfl
1vlrlnvnoil U .Tnlrni fi rvfnhrrr .10S fflU)
Royalty 103 Tnncred 114 SH
Seventh race, one mile, selling id-1
Benson Caldwell. .103 Plautus 92 131
Ernest Parkham .110 Russian 107 I $
Joe Frey 110 C:u-dlnnl Wolsey..l03 f I
Annux lOOBluo Mint .105 &
Royal Pirate ICO Harney 110 i
Harry New 110 Fleuron 101 w'l
San Remo 92 Inventor 110 III
Baywood 97 Bob Franklin ....100 19
At St. Louis Fair Grounds. if
ST. LOUIS, Aug. G. Fair grounds sum- j
mary: 1 jj j
First raco. flvo and one-half furlongs, Ijj i
selling Tho Lady won; Tim Hurst, sec- I j j
ond; Mellwood, third. Time, 1:10. H
Second race, seven furlongs, purse If,
Miss Menners won; Mohave, second; M-
Plorco J., third. Time. 1:29. W.
Third race, six furlongs, selling, two- m
year-olds Lucky Charm won; DIsha- ,
bille, second; Decameron, third. Time, Jlj
Fourth race. Mississippi valley selling jfl
stnkes. ono mile Orient won; Hlloc, sec- Q
ond; Thame, third. Time. VA1M. Q
Fifth race, ono and one-sixteenth miles,
purse Jack Young won; Light Opera, ;Jj
second: Hammakls, third. Time, 1:4S1. !SI
Sixth race, six furlongs lco Water m
won; Six Shooter, second; Just So, third. If
Time. 1.11. J
Seventh race, seven furlongs, selling j
Do'.lv Gray won; Crimo second; Aggie mb
Lewis, third. Time, 1:23. lf
Results at Harlem. ill
CHICAGO, Aug. G. Harlem summary: ilil
First race, six and one-half furlongs Ti H
Phil Finch won; Delagoa, second; Wain- I lH
amolnen, third. Time, 1:19 2-5. U
Second race, four and ouo-half furlongs J iM
Ram's Horn won; Bolle Ivlnnoy, second; lul
Mum, third. Timo, :53 2-5. ilftil
Third race, Maywood handicap, mllo uSI
nnd a hundred yards Mabel Richardson Jrf'l
won: Grogor K., second; Miss Crawford, m iM
third. Time. l;4l 3-5. I''H
Fourth race, six furlongs Bear liil
Catcher won, Ananias, second; Prince fl! H
Sllvorwlngs, third. Time, 1:12 2-R. !
Fifth raco, mllo Princess Tulono won; i(?
Birch Broom, second; Incubator, third. Dll
Time, 1:41 3-5. , :
Sixth raco. four furlongs Flamman i&l
won; I.asagatto, second; Intcnso, third. Wl
Time, 1:00 3-5. , JUH
Seventh race, ono and ono-slxtcenth I
miles Celebration won; Don't Ask Me, j WjM
second; Federal, third. Time, 1:47 1-5. j ffiH
Ladles free, Saltalr Monday; 30 trains-,