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page eight THE SAXjT LAKE TRIBUTE. Wednesday Morarore, September Ui5J
' ) . ' Z ,.
lain Stops Game in
: j Quaker City.
Ij Phillies and tho Bstnians
i Failed to Scare When Un-
I pire Called It Off.
In National Loague Now Tork and
' Cincinnati Each AddedJ Two
j More to Score.
i j PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
j Standing of tlio Clubs.
) jJ P. W. Tj. p.c.
'il noise 120 72 m .cw
I i Y .Spokane 110 G'J 3 ,K5
! ' O "utto US 53 05 .-149
jU Sr.lt Lako 110 47 72 .30.1
j Standing- of ths Clulvs.
HI P. AY. L. P.C.
. '4 New York 120 0C 33 .7
1 Chicago 12S 77 51" .CQ1
' Pittsburg 127 7-5 53 .6S3
, '7 Cincinnati 123 . 73 53 .G70
1 ' i St. Louis 123 ) C3 , Co .m
' ijS lirooklyn 123 -15 7S .S63
'S Hoston 131 -17 M .053
:i, Philadelphia 120 23 91 .295
.11 Yesterday's Games. .
' .'ty Boston 1, New York 3: first game,
"(jn Boston 2. Now York 0; second game,
ij Cincinnati 2. Plttsburc 1; first same.
J Cincinnati 4, Pittsburg 2; second gamo.
I Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 2.
I1 v Giants Add Two More. '
j'f BOSTON-, Sent. 10. Now York won both
i snniM today In easy fashion. The sec-
J ond prame was called at the end of tho
'l seventh by darkness. Attendance 1300.
J FIRST GAME.
tS R. H. E.
?J New York 000 100 0203 C 1
J Boston 000 100 0001 G G
I Batteries McGlnnity and Warner; Wll-
' ' helm nnd Needhnm.
, SECOND GAME,
r ' Ti H E
New York 221 -ICO0 9 ' 0 2
tli Boston 002 COO0 2 2 5
Batteries Ames and Warner; Plttlnger
jj and Ncedham, !" . "
Brooklyn, 5; Philadelphia, 2.
, ;l BROOKLYN, Sept 13. Brooklyn dc-
ii foaled . Philadelphia today by bunching
.1 hits In tho third Inning. Attendance 1000.
,:1 R. H. B.
i A Brooklyn .' 000 200 ll"-6 G 2
I 1(1 Philadelphia 000 010 0102 G 2
i Batteries Cronfn and Bergen; Frazcr
l and Dooln. Two-baso hit. Dillon; three-
I i "ase hit, Lumley; home-run, Tltua; base
,, "ii balls, oft Cronln 3; off Frazcr 1;
! struck out, by Cronln 7; by Frazcr 5.
ij Umpire Moran. ,
IP Cincinnati Takes Two Games.
I CINCINNATI. Sept 13.-Plttsburg lost
'wo games to Cincinnati today and went
j jj 'jack to third place. The second gamo
f was called In the seventh on account of
JH - darkness. Attendance -HOO. Scores:
: H FIRST GAME.
I , R. H. E.
(Ij Cincinnati 011 000 CO 2 6 2
, , Jj; Pittsburg 000 100 000-1 7 2
. ,jj Batteries Walker and Street; Lynch
1 jj' ana Phelp3.
I" SECOND GAME.
H R. II. E
, C, Cincinnati . 010 300 i 7 3
W Pittsburg 100 IOOOt-2 S 2
jjjj Bntterles Harper and Schlel; Robert-
I allle and Archer.
I,' sj! AMERICAN LEAGUE, -
pi Standing of the Clubs.
' 'H . , p- W. L. P.C.
I f, New lork 125 7S -17 .021
J l. Boston 123 to 49 .017
I Philadelphia , 122 GO 03 .560
I 6 Cleveland 124 70 54 .563
J :' Chicago 129 . 73 K .JGS
. ,! TJetrolt I2fl 52 71 .113
1 I M. Louis 125 52 73 .41G
; 1,1 Washington 127 30 07 .230
I '1 Yesterday's Games.
' . : St.-Louls-Dotroit, postponed; rain.
',; Philadelphia 0. Boston 0; seven Innings
1 ' Chicago-Cleveland, postponed; rain.
)i Washington-New York, postponed; rain.
1 I 0
. !j Seven Innings to a Tie.
f I PHILADELPHIA, Sept, 13.-Raln lntcr-
J fcred with the last of tho scries be-
i iween Boston ana Philadelphia. Tho
1 li ;nmo was called at the end of tho sev-
t Ji cnth with no run scored. Attendance
I I , 3100. Score:
P- H. E.
1 I ' Boston (AO 0000-O 2 0
' .( ."hllatlolphla 00 OOOO-O 2 0
t ' , S Batteries Tanr.ehlll and Crlger; Henley
j 'J and Powers,
i . 'I jj Los Angeles, 2 Oakland, 1.
, 1 jj , I SAN FANCISCO, Sept. 13. Baum won
1, ! his uanie again today. Score:
; A . R. IT. E.
I J C Los Angeles 100 000 0102 7 0
' ! i Oakland 000 100 000-1 c 2
1 y I I; Batteries Baum and Eager; Graham
t , i. and Stark.
! ' 1 1 Results at Oregon State Pair.
' 'J SALEM, Of.. 5cpt. 13. Results at the
J ' j State fair grounds:
I - pace, two In three Byron Lace won
U first and second heats In 2:1C, 2:luVi. Dok-
u . ? bertha, Garvin Wilkes, Hclcnca nnd Ma-
( ' , fl Jor Del also atartcd.
( . ,1 ' 'A 2:13 trot, two in three Rita H. won first
) 1 j , jjl and second heats in 2:15, 2:Uyt. Helen
1 , : ',u Norto and IT. D. B. also started.
I 1 ; 1. ;! Mile, selling Crosby won, All About
I necond. Penzance third. Time. 1:11.
i l j , :( Woodman ntakes, six furlough Nonlu
, :l won. Cerro Santa second, My Surprise
j 1 ! y third. Tlmo, 1:12.
L AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
' j At Milwaukee Milwaukee-Kansas City
...lme postponed, rain.
1 At Ioulsvllle Louisville, 1G; Indlanap
oijs. -j - AL St. Paul St. Paul, 7: Mlnneapollo. 0.
J 1 , At Toledo Toledo, 2; Columbuo 7
Wet Ground Stops Game.
OMAHA, Sept. 13. Omaha-Denver gamo
postponed, wot grounds.
Rain Provents Game.
ST. JOSEPH, Sept- 13. St. Joiicph-Colo-rndo
Springs game postponed; rain.
No Gamo at Des Moines.
DES MOINES. Sept. 13. Des Molncs
Sloux City gamo postponed; wet grounds.
Euroka to Play Ogde.n.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Sept. 13. Two baseball gnines
nre scheduled to take place at Glouwood
Held Saturday and Sunday. Tho Euroka
team will crosH bats with tho Ogdcn ag
gregation. Splllman and Shutllff will do
tho pitching for the locals.
Entries for Golf Tourney.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 13. Tho Olympic golf
tournament ontrles for tho championship
of tho world, which will bo held on tho
links of the Glenn Echo Country club,
near this city. September 19 to 2, Includo
II Chandler Egaii. Exmoor Country club.
Chicago; L, H. Thompson, Norton Golf
club, Norton, Kan.; F. C. Newton, Seattlo
Golf and Country club, Seattlo; A. C.
Mackintosh, Puoblo Country olub. Pueblo,
Colo.; Waltor Fairbanks, Denver.
UTAH AMIES TS
Contest to Take Place n
Gridiron at Stanford
Date for tho Battle Is November 5,
and Utahns Will Fight
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal., Sept.
13. Athletic Manager R. W. Barrett has
about .complotcd arrangements with tho
Utah Agricultural college of Logan, Utah,
for a football gamo to be played at Stan
ford on November 5, ono week before tho
Intercollegiate gamo with California.
This gamo will be the last preliminary
event of tho 'varsity cloven. The Utah
team has an average weight of 203
pounds to the man and Is expected to
give tho cardinal lino a close game.
WON BY AFRICANDER.
Winner of Last Year's Suburban
Takes Cup Preliminary.
NEW YORK. Sept. 13. Africander,
last year's Suburban handicap winner, to
day won the cup preliminary at Brigh
ton Beach. He had to bo hard ridden at
the end to win by a head from McChcs-
ncy. -tiugenia isurcn was tniru, nan a
length away. The time. 2:31, was slow.
The cup preliminary Is a weight for ago
race exclusively for horses 3 years old
and upward, nominated for tho Brighton
cup, two and a quarter miles, which' is
run Saturday, the last day of the meet
ing. Tho Picket was a well-played first
choice at 7 to 5, with McChesney next
at 3 to 2. Summary:
Fli-st race, six furlongs Memphis won,
Phantom second, Water Pansy third.
Second race, mile and a sixteenth First
'Mason won, Ormondes Right second, Gay
Boy third. Time. 1:45 2-5.
Third race, six furlongs Bello Stromo
won, Dandollen second, Pasadena 'third.
Fourth raco, the cup preliminary, one
mile and a Half Africander won, Mc
Chcsnoy second, Eugenia Burch third.
Fifth race, mllo and a sixteenth, sell
ing Dick Bernard won, Canter second,
Stolen Moments third. Time. 1 iS'j-o.
Sixth race, five furlongs Fancy Dress
won, Long Days second, Lucy Young
third. Time, 1:00 3-3
Via Oregon Short Line.
September 14th. Round trip only ?1.C0.
Leave Salt Lake 8:00 a. in., roturning
to Salt Lake about S,:10 p. m. Opening
of Weber Reservoir Power and Irriga
tion plant. This is a beautiful ride
through Weber Canyon, past the
Devil's Slide. Devil's Gate and Pulpit
FREE WATERMELONS I
At Brlgham City, September 15. Ex
cursion via O. S. L. Round trip, $1.25.
Leave Salt Lake at 8 a. m. Special returning.
Called on Cortelyou.
CHICAGO. Sept. 13. Senator Allison ot
Iowa, Thomas H, Carter of Montana und
Col. George Stone, Republican State chair
man of California, were among those who
called on National Chairman Cortelyou
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
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without getting any relief, when my
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After taking ono dose I felt greatly re
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Close Finisli Mweeo
RIcFarland Again Bests Sam
uslsen in Short Sprint
Provo Youth, No Match for Lengthy
Callfornian, Finishing in, the .
By far the most exciting motor raco
of tho season occurred at the saucer
track last evening when E. B. Hcagren
riding a doublo-cyllnder machine, de
feated Eddie Smith on Chnpman's rcd
dcvll, by less than a length. Through
out tho entire five miles the "chug-chug"
machines wero cloae together, with Hea
grcn in the lead most of tho time. Smith
mado several efforts to pass his rival,
but although ho came within a few
inches , of sailing by, tho youth on the
doublo-cyllnder machine always turned
on enough "Julco" to stall him off.
On tho bell lap Smith mado his final
bid. Oponlng up tho throttle ho quickly
overhauled Hongren and fifty yards
from tho tano tho pair wro riding neck
and nock. Chapman's machine had evi
dently reached Its limit, however, for
Smith v,aa unable to go by and finished
second by less than a wheel length. Tho
time for tho live miles was 7:l0.
Floyd McFarland again demonstrated
that ho Is Snmuelson's master In a sprint
raco when ho won the throe-fourths mllo
open event In easy stvle. "Sam" was not
nines tlnlohl.,.. I.. . . .. I V. n,.llnn
McFarland an Easy Winner.
At tho start McFarland and Stevens,
his teammate. Jumped to the front with
Downing and Hoffman lighting for hla
rear wheel. Three laps out Samuelson
pulled by Palmer, assumed the lead and
held It until near the bell lap, when
Stevens look the lanky San Jose youth
.around his rivals, after which ho kicked
In an easy winner. Downing clung to his
wheel and secured second place, with
Hoffman third and Samuelson fourth.
Tho tlmo was 1:20 4-5, within four-fifths of
a second of tho world's record for the
Redmans Win Tandem Race.
Tho Redman brothers won the tandem
pursuit race from Caalro and "West after
a vigorous ride of a mile and flvo laps.
The Redmans assumed the lead at the
start, and after a spirited chase passed
their rivals and cinched first monoy.
Time 3:15 2-5.
Sax Williams won the quartor-mlle
"pro." consolation, after lending all tho
way. Holllster was second and Stevens
third. Time CO 2-5 "Ped" Palmer broke
his chain early In the race and was com
pelled to drop oul. Stevens stripped a
sprocket wheel, but rodo through, taking
Wc3t captured first monoy In tho thrce
mllo amateur handicap event after hold
ing p. good position throughout. Heagron
was second, Castro third, and Carl Red
mun, fourth. Time G:2-J 2-5.
DOWNING. STILL AFTER "SAM."
San Jose Youth Wants to Meet tho
Provo Rider in a Half-Mile Race.
At tho saucor track last evening Hardy
Downing offered to ride W. E Samuelson
a sprint race, unpaced, lor a sldo bet of
J100. As this Is Just Samuolson's kind of
a raco It Is quite likely thai tho money
will be covered and the match mado.
Downing Is very anxious to ride the
."Prldo of Provo." and as Samuoison did
'not accept his offer to ride a twenty-mile
race behind motors, tho San Jo.se yoifth
last night Issued tho above challenge for
a sprint rnco. In the event that Sam
uelson docs not accept the defy for a
half-mllo race, best two In three heats
without a pacemaker. Downing declares
ho will make a proposition to meet the
Utah county rider In a motor race for
any distance from five to twenty miles.
If "Sam" does not care for this gamo
Downing offers to take a chance with
him in a sprint race. French style.
Via O. S. L. Round trip only $L25.
Three hundred cases of peaches, In ad
dition to large supply of cantaloupen
and watermelons, will be distributed
free to visitors. Special train leaves
Salt Lake S a. "in. Special returning.
Continuous dancing Saltolr Saturday
x The Hungiy Bear.
Prowling hither and thither among the
great, rugged trunks, peering und snif
iing and listening, the bear suddenly
caught the sound of small claws on wood.
The sound came, apparently, from within
the trunk of a huge maple, close at hund.
Leaning his heud to one side he listened
Intently, his cars cocked, eager as a child
listening to a watch. There was. Indeed,
.something half childish in the attitude of
the huge llgure, strangely Ix-lylng the fe
rocity in his heart. Yes. the sound came,
unmistakably, from within tho trunk. Ho
nosed tho bark warily. There was no
opening; and the barlt was llrm. He stole
to tho other sldo of tho tree, his head
craftily outstretched and reaching around
far before him.
Tho situation was clear to him at once
and the hungry muzzle Jammed itaelf In
to tho entranre to a chipmunk's hole. The
maplo trco was dead, and partly decayed
ull up one sido of the trunk. Ills craft
forgotten on the Instant; tho bear sniffed
and snorted and drew loud, fierce breaths,
as If he thought to suck the little furry
tenant forth by Inhalation. Tho live, warm
imell that camo from the hole was dcll
clously tantalizing to his appetite. Tho
hole, however, was barely big enough to
admit tho tip of his black snout, so ho
presently gavo over his foolish sniffings
and set himself to tear an entrance with
his resistless claws. Tho bark and dead
wood flew In showers under hla efforts,
and It was evident that the chipmunk's
little homo would speedily He open to tho
foe. But the chipmunk, meanwhile, from
the crotch of a limb overhead, was look
ing down In silent indignation. Llttlo
Strlpe-sldca had been wise enough to pro- s
vldo his dwelling with a sort of skylight
exit C G. D. Itoborls, In McClurc'a,
ON READVILLE TRACK.
Some Flno Racing at Grand Circuit
READVILLE. Mass.. Sept. 13. Grand
circuit trottlnr summary:
2:17 pace, purso I1C00, threo In five
Nancy II. won tho fourth, fifth nnd sixth
boats, In 2:00; 2:12; 2:1314. Edgar Boy
won the llrst and second heata, in 2:10-yi.;
2:0SU- Owyhee won tho ihird heat, In
2:09y. Lookout Hal, Llttlo Miss. Eliza
beth S., Dlreotor Joo and Montlo Joo also
2:14 trot, purse $1000. threw in flvo (unfin
ished) Sonata won the llrst and scoond
boats, in 2:1-14; 2:12 Alberta won the
third heat, in 2:13. Thornboy. Sidney
McGregor and Blackthorn also started.
2:10 trot, purse ?10OO, three In tlve Main
land won the socond. fourth and llfth
heats. In 2:124; 2:13; 2:15,. Ethel Wynn
won tho third heat. In 2.1-14- Marv Steele
won tho first boat, In 2:13. Truthful
Chimos. Bernardo, Direct Well, Mattle
Lynno Ilotl, Florence C, Hydrastlno and
Lucki Jim nlHO started.
2:00 trot, purse $1000. two In three Cas
pian won the first and fourth heats, in
'2:10?i; 2 00 Hawthorne won tho second
heat, in 2:10. McKInley won tho third
heat, In 2.CS.
DAN PATCH NEAR END.
Former Pacing Stallion Is nt Point of
TOPEKA. Kan.. Sepl. 14. Daii Patch,
the famous bay pacing stallion, brought
horo to go against his record at tho Kan
sas fair, Is at .tho point of death tonight.
Ho Is suffering from strangulated hernia.
Tho veterinary surgeons say tho crisis
will come In tho morning and that they
have a chance to savo tho horso's life. M,
W. Savage, owner of Dan Patch, arrived
horo from Minneapolis tonight.
Harlem Entries for Today.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO, Sept 13. Hawthorno en
tries for Wednesday aro:
First raco, soiling," soven furlongs:
Anna Beall 103 Mr. Farnum ICO
Lampoon 102 JSyra 105
Marshalsea 105 Rabunta 100
Weird 102 Inventor KG
Second race, steeplechase, short course,
Dominique You. ..125 Royal Plrato ..,.132
Schwartzwald ....13S Nitrate 147
Oliver Mc... 158 Evandcr 126
Galba 13S Montanlc 142
Calba-Schwarzwald. Corrlgan entry.
Third race, six furlongs:
Hunterdon 102Cllfton Forge ....105
Now Mown Hay. .107 Jusque La 102
M-iglBtrato lOolWilllam Wright .110
Fourth race, handicap, ono mile:
Shawana 97Blrch Broom 100
Annnlas 10 1 J Bragg 10G
Ahola 100Prosador ; 100
Fifth race, soiling, ono mile and sev
Golden Mineral .. 01 Great Eastern .. 05
Atlantlco 00 Dr. Stephens 102
Alma Du Four ...100 Rossmond 10S
Determination 04 Klelnwood OG
LoulsvlIIo 00 Gllfaln 100
Flying Torpedo ..107 Curate 100
Sixth race, selling, soven furlongs:
Glorlosa 100 Ethel Wheat ....100
Red Raven 105 Orfco 107
Rag Tag 10S Federal 100
Automaton 103 Paine 10G
Seventh race, six and one-half fur
longs: Lonto .lUIOlway 103
No Trumpcr 103 Regale 100
Cutter. 10SLord rDlxon 103
Raining, track muddy.
Results at Hawthorne.
CHICAGO. ScpU 13. Hawthorne sum
First1 race, five furlongs Bono Brako
won. Happy Jack second, Togo third.
Second raco, five and half furlongs
Janeta won. Handy Bill second, Ralph
Reeso third. Time. 1:10.
Third race, mile and one-eighth Ben
Chanco won. Dungannon second, Llda
Lelb third. Time. 1.57. Tho Bugaboo fin
ished third, but was disqualified for foul
ing. Fourth race, mllo and seventy yards
Felipe Lugo won. Bombardier second.
Time. 1:17. Only two starters.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs I "1
Carina won, Useful Lady second, Dlx- ile
third. Time, 1-10 1-5.
Sixth race, mile Sweetie won, Langford
James second, Tho Forum third. Time',
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 13. Delmar summary:
First race, five furlongs, selling Piatt
won, Billy Handsel second, Dromlo third.
Second race, six and a half furlonga.
selling Eugenia B won. Atlas second, Al
gonquin third. Time 1:23.
Third race, six furlongs, selling Pic
ture Hat won, Lary Contrary second,
Miss Manners third. Time X:204.
Fourth race, mllo and seventy yards
Never Such won, Taby Tosn second,
Commodore third. Time 1:51.
Fifth race, soven furlongs, purse Al
len Avon won, Scotch Dance second, Mon
aco Maid third. Time-1:32.
Sixth race, mile and an '.'Ighth. Gelling
Bengal won, Edgar second, Golden Light
third. TIme2:05. ,
Disqualified From Racing.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Sept. 13. Secre
tary Albert 11. Mooiv of the grand cir
cuit today announced that R, A. Smith
has been dlaqualllled from racing for the
remainder of the season by the stewards
of the grand circuit. The acllon Is taken
for tho alleged laying up of the first two
heats of the Roger Williams trotting
stake with tho California mare Sweet
Marie on August 31 at Narragansett
PEACH DAY EXCURSION.
To Brlgham City via Oregon Short
Line. Round trip 1.25. Three hundred'
or more cases of peaches will bo dis
tributed free, In addition to canta
loupes and watermelon. There will
ahoo be baseball game, balloon ascension
and dancing afternoon and evening,
Brlghayh City Military band In attend
ance. In the evening Nannie Tout will
sing In tho .Tabernacle. Special train
leaves Salt Lake S a. m. Special re-
Boy Cremated Alive.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13. In a florco !
flro that partially destroyed the mattress I
and bed spring factory of John P. Clocfo
at 1121 Howard streot, this afternoon,
George Holtz. a seventeon-ycar-old boy
who lived at 11 Langdon street and who !
was employed In the factory, lost his life.
Tho loss to tho owner of the factory will 1
be about S10.000. I
Is tea generally so bad?
It is rather uncertain gen- j
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In every package of Schilling' lieu Tea U & boslc- P
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H It is the only runabout that has been driven from NewYori
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fi machines in its class at all of the endurance runs. fflAj
ji You arc taking no chances in buying an Oldsmobile. HF
1 Send for catalog telling about it in detail its increased 1 ; f)
j power, speed and size, increased strength in all its parts, larger J? I jf?
gasoline and water capacity, hub brakes, 3 inch tires, the m j
entire absence of packed joints or gaskets, 7 actual horse fij? j im
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Also Touring' Runabout, $750.00; Light Tonncau, M
1 8950.00; Oldsmobile Delivery Wagon, $850.00. S !
Free demonstration by our nearest agent. ijy i
I Olds Motor Works, M ;
1 agent Dctroit mziW
Utah Automobile Co. W ,
57 MARKET ST. Wft-r" '
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