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I 1 ""r SPORTING NEWSfe'zJ
: Close Cell for Elders
!: at Boise,
j Hausen Riiakes a Groat
I Sprint After Weaver's Sen
; satienal Catch. j
1 1 1 Game Was a Splendid One, Weaver
ll Responsible for Two Boauti
, j j ful Catches.
'; PACIFIC NATI02TAL LEAGUE.
:' f Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C
Bnlsc 116 CS 4St
'Spokane 115 C2KJ .639
.! 'Hatte : AU- 53 01 .405
i Halt Lake 115 . -17 CS .100
! v Yesterday's Games.
Boiso 5. Salt Lake 1.
Spokane 2, Butte S.
I' I Boise, 5; Salt Lake,-1.
I i Special to The Tribune.
, BOISE, Ida.. Sept. 9. A walk saved
) 1 the Elders from a shut-out today. Hau-
sen had earned Aral and Umpire Smith,
I thlnklnp GImlin had been hit on tho
. I arm, gave him first. Dclmas advanced
J Hausen to third and the Salt Lake catch
I it beat the ball after Weaver's sonsa
1 Wonnl running- catch of Bruyottc's long
; ii y.
1 1 The same was replete with sensational
1 1 plays. Weaver being responsible for two
I of them. One of his running catches was
I made with the ball coming over his
! .-houlder while Weaver waa tearing holns
, in tho Held out nenr the fence in one of
the fastest sprints ho ever made. Ho
1 1 also made a side running catch that
i brought the fans to their feet. Clark
made a stop that was remarkably clever.
Stnrkell's pitching was fully up to the
ecord he has established during the past
1 week. His batting and fielding waa ajso
of a superior order. Tho mannor in
which he has blossomed out lately has
IB fans. No mar. on the Boiso team has
L ' mndo good faster than lie since he got
. Into form. Salt Lake played a steady
, game, but was clearly outclassed from
' the start. Hausen was the only one who
M, J could connect with any degree of satls-
- J faction with Stnrkcli's twisters. The
1 A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Weaver, cf. 3 114 0 0
II ICellackey, lb -I 0 0 12 1 0
Mclntyre. 3b 4 0 1111
I I'Connell, Cb 4 0 112 0
Marshall, rf 3 10 10 0
' -Hammond, If. .:..' 3' 1 1 .3 0 0
I , Hanson, c .... 3 0 0 4 0 0
I - Babbitt, ss ... 3 2 10 10
Starkell, p 3 0 2 1 J 0
I ! Totals 30 .5 7 27 12 1
I 1 SALT LAKE. j
. . A.B.- R. II. P.O. A." E.
I I -IuiIcr, lf. 4 0 0 0 0 0
I " Math, 3b. r. 1 0 0 0- 4 " 0'
H Clark, lb 1 0 0 .S.' 0 3
II Hausen, c 4 1 2 S 3 0
U ? Timlin, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
V Delmas. 2b 4 0 12 10
. P.ruyctte, ss 3 0 1 2 2 0
1 1 T,"orsythe, rf 3 0 0 2 0 0
V Tozler, p 3 0 0 0 3 1
I , Totals 32 1 4 24 13 4
I cui'c inrinis:
I ' k Boko ,...110 102 C0-5
I ( i Salt Lako 0X1 000 100-1
Summary Earned runs, Boise 3, Salt
Lake 0; sacrifice hits. Hammond, Hanson;
ivo-bnse hits, O'Conncll. Hammond, Stnr
I kell 2; three-base hits. Hanson: home-run.
Rnbbltt; stolen bancs,. Starkell, Weaver.
i Babbitt; struck out, by Starkell 4. by
Tozler 4; hit by pitcher. Weaver. Glm
dn; bases on balls, off Tozler 2; left on
bases, Boise 7, Salt Lake 5; first base on
VfJO,rs'. ?.lse Jr Sa,t Lakc 1- Umpire.
I Dock Smith. Time of game 1:35. Attcnd
;. a nee, 3W.
Butte, 8; Spokane, 2.
' ! . " ' SPOKANE. Wash.. Sept. 9. The Miners
w6n out In a loosely played game today.'
hpokano a team made errors and dumb
plays enough to lope two games. There
was little .ginger on either side and no
features worth mentioning. Harmon was
;'n easy mark for tho Butte batters and
was replaced in the fourth Inning for
. Hogg, who did llttlo better. Hoon pitched
; well for Butte. Score:
! Rutlo . KM 120 010-3 " n' Ei
Spokane ...000 011 000-2 8 5
-" , Batteries Hoon and Spencer; Hocc
1 TT.tfmpTeDSv1'"1 SUC" and Stan,:
If ' WESTERN LEAGUE,
ll , .
I 5 .; Omaha, 8; Sioux City, 5.
i ! ' OMAHA. Sept. 9. The locals hit hard-
I i er arid oftencr than the visitors today
. nd kept a safe lead. Score: .
i J H. E.
1 ' ' Omaha 200 411 00 S 12 l
, , Moux City 002 0i 100-5 7 3
BfUterlcG-Pfclstcr and Goading; Jarrott
( k . md Leslie.
!' - ; St. Joseph, 12; Dcs Moines, 1.
!' i' ' , ST. JOSEPH. Sept. 9.-Fourtecn hits oft
i Mnjorlo won the game for St. Josepli to-
' . , 'ay. Score:
' ,' i St. Joseph 001 04 0 34-l?" it" Ei
J l i)cH Moines 000 000 1&0 i 7 3
; Batteries Clark and Gar'in; Majors
i; j uid Towne.
1 , ; Who Will Succeed Travis.
I I SHORT HILLS. N. J Septy 9.-With
'III Walter J. Travis dethroned as the cham-
i' plon of American golfers, tho honor of
succeeding him is to be decided, tomor
row on tho Baltural club's links. Either
i.J ' iif M. Chandler Egan of the Exmoor Couri-
i try club of Chicago or Frederick Hcr-
i . ; rr-schoff of the Ekwanok Country club of
I . Mancheflter will bo the new champion, as
, . ri i hoy are the two survivors of a Held of
I t , in men. representing clubs all over tho
! i i' Pulled States who started In the annual
J tournament last Tuesday.
Ij t Our Two Stores Consolidated
' At 57 Main street, where we will con-
i , t.nue to do a high-grade painting and
. ctcoratlng business at same popular
prices aa heretofore. Youw for -wall
paper and paints,
J ' CED, , EBJBRT; & .CO, I
Standing of tho Clubs.
Now York 121 92 32 .711
Chicago 124 77 17 (J21
Pittsburg 121 '70 51 .5iS
Cincinnati 125 70 53
St. Louis 125 r.l 01 .m
Brooklyn US 3 75 .3fif.
Boston 12C 45 SI .357
Philadelphia 121 3C 8 .290
Boston-Brooklyn, postponed, rain.
New York, G, Philadelphia, 1.
New York, 0; Philadelphia, 0.
Pittsburg, 3; Chicago, 1.
, Pittsburg, 3; Chicago, 1.
PITTSBURG. Sept. O.-McCormick's
two-bagger In the eighth won tho gnmo
for Pittsburg. Attendance. 2200. Score:
It. H. E.
Pittsburg 000 100 02 :t 9 0
Chicago 000 010 0001 7 0
Battorlcs Lynch and Phelps; Brlggs
nnd Ivllng. Two-baso hlls, McCormlck.
Jones. Buso on balls, off Lynch 2; off
Brlggs 1. Struck out. by Lynch 4, by
Brlggs C. Umpire, ZImnior.
New York, 6; Philadelphia, 4.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. Tho double-hoad-1
er today resulted In a victory for tho Iot
cals, six to four, and a scoreless flve-la-nlng
tic. The second game was called on
account of darkness. Attendance, 1SO0.
II. II. E.
Philadelphia 220 000 000 I 12 3
New York Ml 003 00-C S 3
Baltorles Frnser and Both; McGlnnlty
and Bowermnn. Base on balls, oft Mc
Glnnlty :!; off Frazer 4. Struck out, by
McGlnnlty 4, by Frazer 4. Two-baso hlls,
Dahlen, Dunn, Glenson. McGcc, Roth.
Umpires, Moran and Kennedy.
SECOND GAME. ,
R. II. E.
Philadelphia 000 00-0 5 1
Now York 000 00-0 1 1
ButtcrleB Corrldon and Bowman: Ames
and Bowerman. Base on balls, oft Ames
1, off Corrldon 1. Struck out. by Ames 0,
by Corrldon 4. Two-base hits. McGann.
Umpires, Moran and Kennedy.
WILL GO TO NEW YORK.
Parker to Take Up Temporary Resi
dence in Metropolis.
NEW YORK. Sept. 9. There Is reason
to bellcvo that Alton B. Parker will make
arrangements to come to New York City
for temporary rcsldonco soon after his
letter of acecptanco Is mndo public. It Is
known that leading Democrats havo
strongly represented to him that hl3 con
tinued resilience at such an Inconvenient
place as Rosemount, with no hotel accom
modations, has kept Judge Parker from
personal contact with many prominent
men who aro frequently In Now York
City, but who havo not timo for a trip
to Esopus. Tho plan has even progressed
as far as the making of tentative ar
rangements for him to tako a suite of
rooms. According to thoso closo in tho
Judge's council, his iden fs to be In touch
with tho party leaders an.l accesslblo to
thoso whom it Hi necessary for him to
Floyd Makd Did
Punctured a Tire and Was
Compelled to Drop Out
Downing Gets One.
Sensational Pinish in One-Mile "Pro"
Race, With Downing and Sam
uelson Inches Apart.
"Billy" Samuclson, the "unpaced king,"
last night demonstrated that he is no
slouch at following a motor, when, after
a twenty-mile grind, he won the three
cornered nice by a wide margin. Tho con
test was somewhat of a disappointment,
owing to tho fact that Floyd McFarlaml
Buffered a puncture early In tho race and
was compelled to desist. Hardy Downing
and "Sam" wore left to fight It out alone,
which they did with honors about even.
Just as the final sprint began, 'one lap
from tho finish. Downlng's front tire ex
ploded and the plucky San Jose youth was
compelled to finish on a tint wheel. Snm.
uelson nad easy sailing and crossed tho
tape nearly twenty yards to the front The
time for the twenty mlls was 43 minuts
' Pihished Inches Apart.
The feature of the evening was the final
of the one-inlle handicap, professional,
event. Billy Samuclson again copped Drat
money, although ho was hard pressed by
Downing. The men llnlshcd inches apart
and to tho spectators it looked llko a deal
heat. However, the Provo youth was in
front and tlio Judges gave him llrst place.
Palmer was thlrd.i Stevens fourth and
Hopper fifth. Time, 2:03 '-.
Carl Redman won the llvo-mlle raco for
the amateurs In pretty style, after riding
a heady race Redman was forced to go
It alone, his brother having dropped out at
tho end of the first mile. Castro and West
Hcrmcd to have tho raco at their mercy,
but Redman outgeneraled the pair and
won first place In a drive. Castro camo
second, West third and Ellswood fourth
Time, 11:07 3-D.
Ivor Redman won the half-mile sprint
beating West by a half-wheel. Carl Red
man was third. Time, 1:021-5.
Military Shooting Tourney.
SEAGIRT. N. J.. Sept. 9.-The pro
gramme for the concluding day but one of
tho big military shooting tournament com
prised the regimental skirmish match tho
tyro-comnany team match ana firlnjr in
the continuous individual match The
United States marine corps, second team
won tho skirmish learn match with a totai
Tho company team tyro match, three
men, on 200. and COO yards, was won by iho
second troop, first team, New Jersey with
a score of 123. Second placo was won bv
company C, Sovenlh New York, lc nm
third placo by company I of Iho Dlstric"
of Columbia, 125. ",c'
Continuous -dancing Saltalr Saturday
night, - " - j
' FINE TWIRLING
American Teams flay
Three Games in Which
Shut Outs Were Re
In Wnshintrton-Bostnn Crmlncf: In
National Capital Dineen Was
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. j. P.C.
Boston i l3 7S 47 .C24
Now York .....122 75 17 .CIS
Chicago7 J25 72 &l .f.72
Philadelphia 119 C7 &2 ,(Xl
Cleveland 121 OS C3 .502
Detroit 121 60 71 .41.1
St. Louis 1 120 40 71 .400
Washington 121 30 Si .212
Philadelphia 3. New York 2. first game;
Philadelphia 5. New York 1, second gnme.
Detroit 3, St. Louis 1. first game; De
troit 0. St. Louis 5, second game.
Cleveland 4, Chicago 0. first gamo; Cleve
land 3, Chicago 5. seoond gamo.
Washington 0. Boston 7.
Divido Honors at Detroit.
DETROIT. Sept. P. The first gamo was
won by the locals, who backed up Dono
van's masterly twirling In perfect style.
In tho second Glade had Detroit at his
mercy. Attendance. 1200. Score:
R. H. E.
Detroit 002 100 00 3 C 0
St. Loul3 000 100 000-1, 4 1
Batteries Donovan and Drill; Howell
R. IT. E.
Detroit 030 000 00O-O r. 3
SI. Louis 010 000 301-6 7 0
Batteries Jaeger and BevIIle; Glado and
Two Moro for Phillies.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 9. Henloy and
Waddell were In good condition today and
New York could not hit affectively, tho
locals winning both games. Attcndanco,
R. II. E.
Nf w York 203 000 0002 C 1
Philadelphia 001 100 OP 3 C 2
Batteries Powell and Klelnow; Henley
, . R. II. E.
New York 000 010 000 1 7 2
Philadelphia 011 300 00' 5 9 2
Batteries-Griffith and McGurel, Wad
Split Even at Cleveland.
CLEVELAND. Sept. O.-Oeveland and
Chicago spilt even todny, Cleveland shut
ting Chicago out in the first, while Chi
cago took tho second by bunching their
hlls. Attendance. 2DCO. Score:
, , ' n- Ir-
Cleveland 002 100 OP I 10 .1
Chicago 000 000 000 0 I , l
. SECOND GAME.
. rt. ii. e.
Cleveland 010 001 0013 S 2
Chicago 000 001 0225 10 0
Batteries Rhodes and Buclow; White
Washington, 0; Boston, 7.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 9. Dlncon was
almost Invlcible today. Attendance, 12C0.
Washington 000 OfO 00-3 0 1 C 6
Boston 220 000 0037 13 0
Batteries Patton and Klttredgo; Dineen
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Oakland Wins Two.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9.-Oalcland
Avon both of today's games, which were
closely contested. In the morning Wheel
er's error was responsible for tho defeat
of Irwin's team, and in the afternoon
Gorton's blunders brought about an
other setback for his side. Scores:
R. II. E.
San Francisco 000 000 1001 l
Oakland 0(0 010 0012 S l
Batteries Wheeler and Leahy; Graham
' R. II. E.
San Francisco 000 000 OOO-7O G 4
Oakland 010 000 OP 2 (J 1
Batteries Whalon and Groton; Schmidt
and Byrnes. Umpire McCarthy.
Seattle, 3; Tncoma, 4.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Sept. 9. Tacoma
won In the tonlh on a three-bagger by
Casey and Delahanty's error at third oft
a thrown ball. Tho gamo was fast and
well played. Seattle throw away several
chances to win Ihroughou Inability to hit
at critical points. Scoro:
Seattle 010 001 001 03 1 C B6
Tacoma 10-3 000 110 11 S 1
Batteries Shields and Wilson; Keefo
and Hognn Umpire. Brown.
Los Angeles, 12; Portlnnd, 1.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Sept. 9. Portland
was never In It with the Angola today
and tho latter won by the score of twelve
to ono. Portland got ono In tho first In
ning, but after that it was one, two, three
with Hall pitching big Icaguo ball at all
limes. Iberg was put out of tho busi
ness In tho third and Hastings, who suc
ceeded him, fared no hotter. Tho locals
had their eyes on tho ball today and hit
it all over the lot. Scoro:
Los Angeles 1ft" 015 00 12" Yc
Portland 100 GOO 000 IDS
Batteries Hall and Spies; Iberg. Hast
ings and Steclman. Umpire. McDonald.
At St. Paul First game. St. Paul 10
Kansas City 2; second game, St. Paul 10
Kansas City 0. '
At Minneapolis Minneapolis 3, Mllwau
At Louisville Louisville 2. Columbus 3
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 2, Toledo
DAGO MIKE WHIPPED.
His Seconds Throw Up Spongo in
DENVER. Colo., Sept. 9 Harry Forbes
of Chicago won from MIko Magoney, oth
erwise "Dago" Mike of Loadvllle. In the
eighth round of a go that was scheduled
for ten rounds, al tho Democratic club
tonight. Magonoy's stfeonds threw up the
sponge after Mike had been tloored ihreo
times. During the third round Mike wiih
knocked down six times, but gamely came
i" tho serulch each tlmo, and devHoned
considerable speed until the eighth, when
persistent noundlng on iho stomach so
m aliened nlm that he wus staggering
blindly around tho ring.
Harlem Entries for Saturday.
Special to Tho Tribune
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. Harlem entries for
First race, selling, six furlongs:
Fortuny 9SDotermlnatlon .... 04
Juao.no La SoSJambouk 103
Fly Lady SOGhats S9
,Durbar SOFoxincad 94
Singing Master .. 97
Second race, five furlongs:
Florentine lCGKurf.man 110
La Londe 97Doc. Wallace
Free Field Count. lOOMatador 10
Ono Way lOOThe Mist 107
Belle Kinney 102
Third race, Tccumsch handicap, one and
three-eighths miles: Brancas
Nllrato I02Fonsoluca 102
Port Royal 112Bragg 107
Major Manslr ....HOJudgo lllmea 110
Tho Lady 103
Fourth race, six furlongs:
Comrade 95AUIsta 101
Emperor of Indla.114 Robin Hood 103
Johane SOSIlont Water K9
Sweetie 101 Mad Mullah 91
Fifth race, six furlongs:
Stroller lOCNannlo Hodgo ... 9."
Gypzune 101 Federal 100
ljoxy Grandma ... 77BIg Ben Ill
Don Domo 93
Sixth race, fivo furlongs:
Grein Roso OoLawler 103
Voltrlco 107Ralnlng Leaves ..100
Daviana lOOMadgo Wlldo M
Janeta 107Tho Gadlly HO
Ga hint Cnsslo ...103Lleut. Rico 101
Judge Saufiey ....lOOSIlvorskln 109
shono lOONorth Enid 93
Seventh raco, selling, ono and one-slx-leenth
Ben&on Caldwell.. 103 Farmer Jim 107
Cerebration U2Dungannon W
Bluemlno 9SJuvonaIi3 100
Dr. Stephens lOlTelophono 91
Weather clear; track fast.
Results nt Harlem.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. Harlem summary:
First race, fivo furlongs Cutter won,
The Novice second, Katie Zitt third.
Time 1:00 2-C.
Socond race, steeplechase, short course
Lingo won, Golden Link second. Swarz- I
wald third. Time 3:30, equal to track
Third raco, ono mile Dalvy won, Waln-A-Molnen
second, Gregor K third. Time
Fourth race, six and a half furlongs
Rag Tag won. Red Raven second, Jim
Halo third. Time 1:20.
Fifth race, fivo and a half furlongs 1
Subtle won, Eckorsall second, McClollan
third. Time l:CO 2-5.
11 a 111. 1 uiiu nine iuv .Mown Iisiv
won, Brand New second, Dragoon third.
Time 1:10 2-5.
Seventh race, ono mile Morll won, Ll
zardo second, Sweet Tono third. Time
At Sheepshead Bay.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. Sheepshead Bay
summary: First race, fivo and a half fur
longsBrush Up won. Flour Do Marc soc
ond. Miss Modeslty third. Time 1:03 3-5.
Second race, one mile Ormandos Right
won. Wild Thyme second, Ancestor third.
Third raco, Golden Rod, six and a half
furlongs, on turr Olsenu won, Pasadena
second. Waterside third. Time 1:19 4-5.
Fourth race, Omnium handicap, mllo
and a furlong Colonial Girl won. Hurst
bourne second, Dolly Spanker third. Tlmo
Fifth race, mile and a nuartcr Eagle
won. Tho Southerner second, Aurumastcr
third. Time 2:07.
Sixth raco, mllo and a sixteenth, on
turf Stolen Moments won, Prince Ching
second, Sidney C. Love third. Time
Entries for Golf Tourney.
Tho entries for tho ladles' tennis cham
pionship singles, at the Country club,
closed last evening Tho preliminary
matches will bo played today, tho, semi
finals on Septemlcr 17, and the finals on
September 21. Tho entries nro: Kate Wil
liams. Margaret K. McMasters, Stolla J.
Salisbury. Laura C. Sherman, Emma Reed
and Bertha C. Griffin.
The entries for the Newhouse cup will
not closo until September 17. Tho onirics
up to date aro: Mrs. R. II. Channlng,
Mrs. V. D. Sturgls, Katherlnc Geddos,
Anna McCormlck, Gerlrudo McGrath
Kato Williams, Stella J. Salisbury. Laura
C. Sherman, Emllv Reed, Bertha C. Grif
fin and Elizabeth M. Cosgrlff.
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 9. Delmar summary.
First race, mile and a slxteonth Flora
WUIoughby won, Tryon second, Pepper
Dick third. Time 1:49.
Second race, five furlongs, purse Tho
Cook won; Violin second, Alice Piatt
third. Time l:03Vi.
Third race, mile and seventy yards, sell
ing Barklylte won. Avoid second, Amor
ous third. Time 1:44.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap
Ice Water won, Commodore second, Allen
Avon third. Time 1:14.
Fifth race, mllo and seventy yards
The Recent, won. Anno Davis second.
Glennvls third. Time 1:IC,.
Sixth race, mile-and a sixteenth, sell
ing Varro won. Buglehorn second, Daw
son third. Time 1:48.
Results at Irvington'.
PORTLAND. Or.. Sept. 9. Tho results
today at Irvington were: First race, fivo
furlongs, selling Rlceful won. Scherzo
second, Itoseieaf Ihlrd. Time 1:03.
Second race, fivo and a half fiurlongs
selling Oscar Tolle won, Frlerllno second'
Myrtle II. third. Time 1:09'4.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling UI
loa won. Lady Rico second, Cathello
lhlrl Tlmr.1.i5U '
Fourth raco, six furlongs, selling Dou
blet won. Sir Dougal second, Military
third. Tlmo-l:lC J
Fifth race, mllo and fifty yards, sell
ing Frank Pearco won. Dug Martin sec
ond. Henry Clay Ryo third. Time 1:4014
Sixth race, one mllo, selling El Piloto
won, Leash second, Col. Van third. Timo
Prince Alert Breaks Record.
SYRACUSE. N. Y., Sept. 9. Prince Alert
today broko the pacing record for geld
lrgs. going tho mllo at tho State Fnlr
track In 1.59V4. which bents tho record by
a quarter of a socond. The first quarter
was mado In 29-3i seconds, Iho half in C9
and tho thrco-qunrtors in 1:29.
Mi3S Sutton Still Champion.
SAN RAFAEL, Cay . Sept. 9. Miss Mav
Sutton retained tho ladles' lawn tennis
championship of the coast today by de
feating her sister. Florence Sutton, C-l C-i
Allen and Baker won tho men's doubles
championship by defeating Whitney and
Griffin, 0-3, C-l, 1-C, 3-0, 8-G.
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
located In the now basement at 32 Main
St., opposite Z. C. M. I.
Grand Saturday night ball, Saltair, I
Quarter Size.OuarterColIar tj
K OLUETT, PEADODY & CO., f
Si mmi or citiTt Aa MGnoort ai-'H't i'
j HE. GENERAL j
I Of a man does not necessarily
6 depend on tho kind of clothes ;
! brush he uses, but an inferior f
brush is more of an annoyance :
than a utility. Wo are showing
an elaborate lino of solid back
K brushes of genuine bristles.
I All are equipped with a snap
! and they aro offered for GO
' cents tho brush. Wo have an
almost endless variety to choose
ttJbere m gars
THE BEST WHISKEY a
fj Needs No Praise R
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19 West Second South. M
Know how good a Baking Powder
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Trade mark on every can. 5
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When ordering please refer to advertise
ment In Tho Salt Lake Semi-Weekly Trlb- S
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GrMd Saturday I
Might Ball g
Continuous Dancing all evening on tho
fioor in tho World. 1
Bathing at Saltair Is Ideal, temperature,
of wator Is as warm as It has been alf '
summer. Take either of the regular '
bathing trains. 10-00 a. m. or 2:C0 p m and '
enjoy a delightful bath. U
In addition to the regular bathlne
rains there will bo two danco tr.Zs In f
thoovenlng. 7:00 and 8:00. returning 11:15 f
oFCan,ROUnd Tr'P' lncludI"S admission
'50 GENTS '
J. E. LANGFORD. Les3eo I
DEPORTEES TO OPEN STORE
Notices Posted by Men Whose Place
Was Sacked by Mob.
CRIPPLE CREEK. Colo., Sepl 0
J. ITall, president, and P. Altken man
ager of the Interstate Mercantile com
pany of Butte. Mont., whose store was
sacked' by a mob and the employees de
ported, returned to the district today
and announced that under protection
of the injunction issued by the United
States District court, restraining mem
bers of the Citizens' alliance and the
Mine Owners' association from Inter
fering with the operation of tho store
the managers and employees, they'
would open up at once. A crowd gath
ered in front of the store to witness the
posting of notices to this effect, but no
demonstration against the returned de
portees was made. Hall went about
armed with a shotgun for several hours
after his arrival, but put tho weapon
away when asked to do eo by the city
1 Grand Saturday night ball, Saltair
September; 10, uuu,r' J
Today we will introduce to the public on-fl
j new and superior line of men's, boys' and C-W.
dren's clotliiiiff at the elegant new store, Hi ii ii
1 . Main street. After carefully selecting aWnor ll
line of goods to suit all tastes and poeketbook Iblill
! we are now ready for business and will v'J''
pleased to see our good friends and fit nloni f,.
for fall. Bring the children along and div! IWfl
j them up Cor school. Remember the nam n?5f P'
number. m f ?
j Ponlton, Madsen, Owen & Co j
i JJ1-JJ3 MAIN ST. f 'jitli
Seasonable Savings for SainrdayShopSr
For tho last day of the week wo present some gTeat jUrK
which aro especially desirable, considering their timely and ustfjj
j ON SALE ALL DAY TODays-Jbc
Gold Pilled TOR CQL,UAM?t
Collar Buttons. .
embroidered drSKna stralit .
These collar buttons are made in ono scalloped patterns and lab el -i
piece, unbreakable, and come In a half- and 15c grad a for Saturdir
dozen different shapca, soli usually at choice at f' (iOH
3 for 25c. Our price Saturday, while ' """ gffjt
- Women's HandkerchS 8
' ty?1"0."'8 flne MrIaaUi si'S
. 1 chiefs, insertion and lace eJni 2?JZ
' . .. , , ,, ... stitched and embroider) rf "fcW
Children s Handkerchiefs. eradC3' Saturdn cdm-
White hemstitched handkerchiefs for ICjO I
school children. Saturday special j rilil!
3 For 5g School Aproii
" " Misses' and children's Tiih tii e
Schnnl Hn5ifv school aprons. Waist trinaji i
' Jl 40fcIE3I y0 embroidery and homsUtchlisJtj ? .
Clack cotton Blockings for school Uy Saturday special- y .-
girls and boys. Kull regular German g w !
made. Splendid 25c grado for Jk3G Iwi 1
TTZ . nMI ,11
Sheets and PiflowMu,
New Wool Waistings ja?yaficsrt
Fancy wool waistings, twenty new Prlc? KT.ua
designs. Saturday's special at J Qc E
' S f, SIzo 72x00 brow-n shts.
hems, COc grade. Saturday! FiiW,
New FJanneletfes siz wa she.a!
nvn a a"-Wl.lO, and finished In a hlBh-gndj iMfcfcF
27-Inch fleeced nannelettes In moat 73c STa(lc- Saturda s price- ifieSbti
(k-slrablo patterns nnd colorings; see : fBtcri
the big range of styles. Regular price O JL g
is 12Vic per yard. Saturday's price jm
1 OC Early Fall Cotton W y I
SI.2S High-Gr.de VV&i&tS,
Values up to $4 50 iHJ 101
Perfumerv one big job lot of will
(OR WASH) WAISTS Jt'ST.Bi
OnK'Tp Don Ril CEIVED. PLACED ON" SALSjJ
my jdc Per Dottle. sati-rday spk.-lvl. isct
Tn,nv , IN THE LOT IS EVERT
w .daT,JJlVwe wiu S(?11 lh0 cele- PATTERN EVERY WAN'IE) NIP! 0
bvrrf Rp0mrI.VLLIVr' PIN" TER1 AL 1 NT LIGHT iffiDinM J5
rnnwv PrSrnf d LONDON HEAVY WEIGHTS EVERTS
.,oV.m PERf T.MERY- 811 highest THE HEART COULD DESIRE
quality. Hj-oz. extracts at above price, IN ALL SIZES EVERT K RH
mlldn vi" nb 8l.Ck beLe tho WORTH DOUBLE SOilE !
J-nko adva,"ago of this ex- SELL FOR Jl.Cu. i'HOICE 6M
ceptional oner. Al.L DAY SATt'RB
Si- , -ra, Isyonr boy reai'
t1 iev school Monday cJW ifll
Sf ' -Vr JlRPl U not, bring bialHty J
S KwWLHi0 today and outfit -H
fuWj thc manuer tbati
n flfev FR make him one of tbejSdfc,
iW fWm 4i drossed boys in liisf
' -SfiSL WS Mm W iv matter with sofO
WiWrMEm st stock of
:5fifym34f ' AVaists, Cups and loit
I :BfrWm ?A things to select from,
i 1 SSIPV And they arc all to,
i -Zjrf l l m sonably priced
MUlt jT Some splendid &
! frM Suits at 3, ?3.50 a T
25c to 1. J Z
a I P. GARDNER A
Montana Pioneer Called.
MILES CITY, Mont.. Sept. O.-Charlea
V. Savngo. ono of thc pioneers of eastern
Montana, and Miles City's rst postmas
ter 1 led at his home here yesterday Jlftor
an Illness of several years. Mr. Savuso
.waa well Uno-n Uiroughout the State He
was a Mason and had s3B!5l2j
In this county. Ho Mrn .u?'1''
N. Y., in 1S33 WlU?
The Royal scn-es ff