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i; HOODOO STREAK
j Salt Lake Ball Team
' , ; Ins i Last
' jj : : Down the Butte Miners in
" jiff a Fairly Fast and In-
4 ; !J teresting Game.
;' I ' i Essick Hcid Good Control and Al-
' ' j' I 1 lowed but Five Hit3 in Nine
J , j ,! ; : Innings Score, 3-1.
) ' j J PACIFIC NATNONAL LEAGUE.
, i ' J'jfj i Standing of the Clubs.
T '' ,! f P. Wr. Jj. P.C.
t Boise 123 SO 4S .623
'..hl Spokane , t. ...127 72 K .607
' But to 123 53 72 .424
; li-" Salt Lake 126 13 78 .381
1 j j '!. J Yesterday's Games.
'i ': n Bolso 4. Spokane 3.
, ) lt I Salt Lake 3, Butto 1.
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I Before an assemblage of about fifty per-
' i yl sons, the Elder baseball team celebrated
, ;T r its return from tho North yesterday aft-
t;V ernoon by walloping Wlhnofs Miners
' ; the opening' gsmt of tho closing series.
, jj1 The game was quite Interesting to gaze
" j$ upon and tho Indications nro that Salt
, , Lake fans will see some fast ball this
I ;, f week, despite tho fact that the two tail-
' !' on'' organizations arc performing. Tho
(! j members of both nggregatlona' displayed.1
, iV more ginger yesterday than at any tlmo
' ! this year on the local grounds, and scv-
eral right snappy plays wore pulled off
t ?! s during the afternoon. Also several tbat
' ; juj j were otherwise,
Esseck Was in Good Form.
Id Bill Essick was on tho rubber for the
, 1 j,' IS, Saints, and Bill dished up a brand of
( fji twists that were at times quite- o'mbar-
, -jjl rasslng to the Butto club-wlcldors. Tho
i a young coliegion had good control and
seemed to bb ablo to place them Just
jvj about where he wished. Safe hits were
, lyjt scarce, only five being registered against
i , 'ii- in in uuung me enuro nine innings.
, ' iJJ Bandclin did tho "heavies" for the Butte
team, and whllo his work -vas not up to
, ! -I tlie paco set by the local slnbster, ho
t . H performed quite creditably. Seven safe
,,J swats aro charged to his delivery, but
k ,-). with proper support the Saints would
. , ,'11 1 have scored less frequently. Both aggro-
t j ,1T gatlons, blundered badly, a total of seven
'' j errors being charged to tho two teams.
' tysfilt hll Quickest Game of the Year.
fey'Ai Yesterday's contest was the shortest
I WfcjK evor Pbiyed on the local grounds. From
, 'ifiSci the tlmo the first ball was pitched until
Mullcr pulled Mown a long fly In loft, rc-
. f tiring the Miners, just one hour six mln-
' t mes nnd thirty seconds elapsed.
, ,r1 , Umpire Smith (of Butte) made his dVbiit
i 'i before tho local fans yesterday, and his
a work was perfectly satisfactory. He has
'4 u basso profundo voice that Is a pleasing
ontrast to some of the cracked toners
. Jj J that have been heard at, Walkor'a this
' l J I summer, and he also has a sharp eye,
J l j Following la the detailed scoro:
k i'J'J, BUTTE.
i i.'j 1 1 ' ' AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
v Bandelln, p 4 0 0 0 1 0
;f Kunkle, ss 4 0 0 3 2 1
h McHale, 3b 4 10 110
''5 Elsey. lb 4 0 2 7 0 1
,i "U'llmot, of., 3 0 0 4 0 0
i ,i .'5pcncei c 1 0 0 4 2 0
If ,' : Huber, 2b 4 0,0 2 S 1
' j J Hoon. If 3 0 12 0 0
!1 Dowllng, rf. 3 0 2 1 0 0
k ' ' Totals 33 1 5 21 "i 3
! I ' . SALT LAKE.
' j ' AB. R. II. PO. A, E.
y l3 1 Mullcr, If. 1 .. 4 1 2 3 0 0
, 1 Bluth, 3b 4 0 112 1
i Olark, lb 2 1 0 12 0 2
J. . jiV I Hausen. c. 4,0 0 6 2 0
A 5 Glmlln, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
. kj' ueimas, l-d 3 0 3 4 0
, 1 - jX Bruyette, ss 3 113 3 1
;: j T-'oraythe, rf.- 3 0 0 0 0 0
1 jj Essick, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
, . '1$
hi ,J- Totals 30 3 7 27 14 4
''&:' Score by Innings
' 1 ' iV 1 Butte 1 0000000 0-1
i V$l. Hits 1 0 10 10 0 11-5
H) k , Errors 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 a
. ' , Jii Salt Lake 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 -3
l ' (if Hits 2. 1- 1 2 0 1 0 0 -7
i j . jW Erroi-s 1 0100110 01
Hl i Jrf Suminarj- Earned runs. Salt Lake 1;
t;i, f two-base hits, Elsoy, Mullcr, Delmas (2);
iS i bases on balls, off Essick 1. off Bandolln
1 , , v iir ! 1: struck out, by Es3lck 4, by Bandelln 3-
f J j j. j lft on bases, Salt Lako D, Butte C; doublo
t I i Lh Jj play, Hau3en to Clark: bases, on errors,
1 I ' . ,rg ! Butte E. Salt Lako 4: stolen bases, Mc-
, , i.R Uac. Clark, Forsythe; sacrifice hits,
1 i , m C'lark. Time of game, 1:W4. Umpire,
S, t Ph V Smith. Attendance, 75.
l f ' i'f
l !' ' Boise, 4; Spokane, 3.
Hl j' iS( BOISE. Ida.. Sopt. 21. Tho game bc-
1; i, fj. f tween Boise and Spokane today was
il il , , !! i probably tho most excellent exhibition
1 I1 j,) P sctn on this diamond this year. Hogg
H 1 , l Thompson wore pitted against each
1 f " !;; j 1 other and both did remarkably good
. vMO work:. BoUl wero splendidly supported,
Hl t ' ffi- r r,.nd lt required eleven innings to decide
Hfl ) '' - ' Jfi r the contest, when an error by Shafcr on
Hl 't "' ' l ' I r,rst Permitted Bolso to score tho wlnnlnir
H1 I " 1 with two men out. Score:
Hl '5 j. r. i I BOISE.
Hl tl i"'f-T , A?- R- H-IJO. A. E.
11 I I t f t AVcavor, cf 6 0 'I K 0 0
I- .,' 3( ) Kellackcy, lb 5 1 2 11 2 1
ll V 3j !' Mclntyre, 3b 5 1 1 o 3 0
I 9 1 .slarshall, 2b 5 1 3 2 3 li
I , - IlOUtZ, If. o 0 2 3 0 0
1 J,j . Hammond, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
' 'K ;i' Hanson, c 3 0 0 10 0 0
I , , . Babbitt, es 4 0 0 2 4 0
"' i St i Thompson, p 4 l l i j i
t ' i
1 Totals 3D 4 U 33 13 3
"i "JH SPOKAKE.
il' Ji AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
li M ," I Rockenfcld, 2b 0 1 ,2 3 3 6
'r , RU I Howlett, 3b 5 2 3 0 2 0
Jl ( ' jii Holland, rf 6 0 0 2 0 0
!h ' f lij Shaffer, lb 5 0 2 9 1 i
! Frary, c 4 0 3 'o 1 o
l ,f i M l Murdock, cf 5 0 -0 2 0 0
; !J. I Ferris, ss 5 0.0 4 2 0
j h , W) i Dammann, If. C 0 0 2 0 0
f. f ' J HBK. I- 5 0 0 1 5 0
I 'i Totals 44 3 10 32 14 1
i 1 ' S 'Two put when winning run was scored,
i, 'bB Score by Innings
' t ' m Bol3 100 110 0CO 011
h 1 "'vSw Spokane 000 100 200 003
iri ' ;i 9k! Summary Earned runs. Boise 3, Spo-
n ' IB kane 2; two-base hits, Weaver, Howlett;
lH llfl sacrifice nits, Mclntyrp. Hammond, Han-
lHI ' 1 ''' Bn rt0n; stolcn bases, Holland, Frary, Kel-
lH HjS lackey; left on bases, Boiao 4. SpokanOj
7; first base on erro, Boise I. Spokano
S doublo play, Hogg to Ferris to Shaffer;
struck out, by Thompson S, by Hogg 8,
banes on ballB, off Thompson 1, off Hogg
1; wild pitches. Thompson 1, Hogg 1. Um
pire, Davis. Tlmo of gamo 1,60. Attend
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. w. L. P.C.
New York 131 Si M .027
Boston 137 SI 63 .C13
Chicago 137 79 5S .E7C
Philadelphia ISO 73 G7 M2
Cleveland 134 73 Gl .511
St. Louis 130 57 70 .419
Detroit . 134 6G 7S .418
Washington .. 135 32 101 .237
Chicago. 4; Detroit, 2.
St. Louis, 1; Cleveland, 9
"Washington, 4; Now York, 2.
Boston, 6; Philadelphia, 1; flrBt game.
Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 3; second gamo.
Two Added to Boston.
BOSTON. Sept 21. Henley weakened
In tho fifth inning of the first game and
his faulty control was largely Tesponsiblo
for Boston's run getting. The second
gamo was an exciting. battle down to tho
olosc. Attendance, 500. Scoro:
R. H. E.
Boston 000 010 10 5 7 0
Philadelphia 1(0 000 000 1 4 1
BatterloF DIneon and Crlgcr; Hcnloy
R. II. E.
Boston . ICO 000 0214 S 3
Philadelphia 000 000 1023 S 3
Battorles Gibson and Doran; Coakley
and Plank and Noonan.
. St. Louis, 1; Cleveland, 9.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept 21. Cleveland
defeated St. Louis here today In a one
sided game, Glado was knocked out of
the box In tho second inning. Bradley
batted out a homo run, a doublo and a
slrgle during tho game. Attendonco,
12G0. Score: R, II. E.
SU Loula 000 000 010-1 7 1
Cleveland 430 000 101-0 10 1
Batteries Glade, Morgan and Sugden;
Hoss and Buelow.
Washington, 4; Hew York, 2.
WASHINGTON. Sept, 21. Washington
bunched three hits In tho eighth Inning
on Clarltson today, scoring three runs
and defeating New York. Donovan's
fielding and timely hit wero features. At
tendance, 1E00. Score. R. H. E.
Washington COO 000 13' 1 7 2
New York 002 COO 000-2 10 1
Batteries Patton, Clarke and Kltt
redge; Clarkson and McGulro.
Chicago, 4; Detroit, 2.
CHICAGO, Sept. 21. Two singles, an
error, and a sacrifice hit gave tho locals
two runs In the sixth Inning and two
doubles and an out scored two more In
the fourth. Detroit could not hit success
fully until tho fourth when throo singles,
a base 'or. balls and an out gavo them
their only runs. Attendance, 2000.
Score: R. II. E.
Chicago 020 200 00 1 6 1
Detroit 000 020 000 2 S 1
Batteries A ltrock and Sullivan; Sto
vall and Drill.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Oakland, 4; Los Angeles, 1.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sopt. 21. In an er
rorless gamo today Oakland defeated Loa
Angeles by a score of 4 to 1. Baum al
lowed six hits In tho second and third
Innings, which brought In tho winning
runs. Score: R. II. 'Ej.
Oakland 031 GOO 0001 10 0
Los Angoles ,....010 COO (00 1 8 0
Batteries Schmidt and Byrnes; Baum
Seattle, 5; Portland, 4.
SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 21 Tho Port
land cripples played great ball today and
It took the Slwashcs ten Innings to beat
them. A high bounding ball that Hast
ings, who was on third, threw wild to sec
ond, gave Seattle the winning run. Score:
R. H. E.
Seattle 110 001 010 1-5 12 3
Portland 003 0CO 001 01 10 4
Batteries Shields. C Hall nnd Wilson;
Thlelman and Stoclman. Umpire Mc
Tacoma, 5; San Francisco, 3.
TACOMA, Wash , Sept. 21. In a pitch
ers' battle Tacoma again defeated San
Francisco. For three Innings not a hit
was made off Corbett, but a base on ballu,
two doubles and a single and Hagan's
home run gave the home team four. Fitz
gerald was hit hard In the first Inning,
but steadied down and pitched a splendid
game. Tho Holding was good, the errors
not being costly." Score R. H. E.
Tacoma 000 410 00 5 7 1
San Francisco 200 00 100 3 0 2
Batteries Fitzgerald and Graham; Cor
bett and Leahy. Umpire Brown.
I WESTERN LEAGUE.
Omaha, 4; St. Jo'seph, 1.
OMAHA, Neb.. Sept, 21. Omaha made
It the fourteenth straight victory today.
Hodson had one bad inning and that was
enough to givo tho home team the game.
R. H. E.
Omaha '.000 400 00 1 G 1
St. Joseph 100 000 CO0-1 3 0
Batteries Brown and Frcese, Condlng;
Hodson and Garvin.
Sioux City, 1; Denver, O.
SIOUX CITY, Sept 21. Today's game
was a pitchers' battle, neither side hav
ing the bettor of It until the last half of
tho eleventh Inning. Then Curley. the
first man up, hit for three bases, Flem
ing following "with a single, winning the
game for Sioux City. Score:
R. II. E.
Sioux City COO 000 COO 01-1 7 1
Denver 000 000 000 000 7 1
Batteries Kostal and Leslie; Relter and
Des Moines, 0; Colorado Springs, 4.
DES MOINES, Sept 21. McNeclcy lot
Des Moines down with two hits today and
Colorado Springs won handily, Score:
' R. IL E.
Des Moines 000 000 0000 2 2
Colo. Springs 001 102 000 I 9 3
Batteries Llofield and G. Clarko; Mc
Neclcy and Bacrwald.
Refuse to Enter Western League.
TOPEKA. Kan., Sept 21 A telegram
from Des Moines, la., cays that Topeka'
has been chosen to succeed SL Joseph In
tho Wcstorn lenguc. Topeka at present
has a franchlso In the Missouri Valloy
league, and the owners of tho franchlso
say they will not give It up to enter tho
Western league. Tho proposition of the
Western league will probably boVcfused,
Her tea marks the woman;
. but so does her coffee: and
she marks both.
Your toct recun your money if you dra": like
' GIANTS LOSE
- Til GAMES
Cincinnati loo Strong
lor New fork.
Leaders Shut Out in One
Game By Queen City
Pittsburg Adds Two More to Her
Score, Defeating Brooklyn.
Standing of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 130 10) 25 . 735
Chicago 134 S3 51 .C20
Pittsburg 132 ,73 6-1 .091
Cincinnati 13-1 76 5S .GG7
St. Louis 133 01 CS .-JS5
Brooklyn ........133 49 Rl .309
Boston 137 -IS S3 .300
Philadelphia 137 44 03 .321
BoBton 9, St. Louis 1.
New York 1, Cincinnati C; llrst gamo,
New York 0, Cincinnati 2; second game.
Philadelphia 7, Chicago 4; first gamo,
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 0; second game.
Brooklyn 1, Pittsburg 5; tlrst game.
Brooklyn y Pittsburg 2; second game.
Pittsburg Adds Two More.
BROOKLYN. Sept. 21. Pittsburg won
two games from Brooklyn today. Only
seven Innings wore played In the socond
game, owing to darkneas. Attendance
R. H. K,
Pittsburg 300 100 001-6 10 1
Brooklyn 010 000 COO-1 7 0
Brfttorlcs Lcovcr and Phelps; Cronln
and Bergen. Base on balls, off Lcevor 2;
struck out, by Cronln 1, by Lcevor 3. Um
pires, Moran and O'Day,
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 010 100 2 ' G 1
Brooklyn 000 100 0-1 2 1
Batteries Frahorty and Phelps; Ries
ling and Rltter. Two-base hit, McCor
mlck; base on balls, off Relsllng 1, off
Flaherty 2; struck out, by Relsllng 1, by
Flaherty 1. Umpires, Moran and O'Day.
Phillies Defeat Chicago.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept- 21. Despite tho
cold weather a good crowd today saw
tho locals win two 'games from Chicago.
Attendance 2200. Scores-
R. IT. E.
Chicago 0)1 003 000 I 11 1
Philadelphia 000 -100 30 7 9 4
Batteries Wuilcr and Kllng; Dbggleby
and Roth. Two-base hits, Hulswltt,
Schulte; struck out, by Duggleby 4, by
"Wclmer C; base on balls, off Du'ggleby
1, off Wolmer 7. Umpire, Johnston.
R. IL E.
Chicago 000 000 OOO-O S 1
Philadelphia 120 000 00-3 7 2
Batteries Lundgrcn and O'Neill; Sparks
and Dooln. Two-base hits, Schullo, Lush;
struck out, by Sparks 4, by Lundgrcn 3;
baso on balls, off Lundgrcn 1. Umpire,
Boston, 9; St. Louis, 1.
BOSTON, Sept. 21. The local team won
from St. Louis today by hitting McFar
land freely In the sixth and sovonth In
nings. Attendance 200. Score:
R. H. E.
Boston 010O53 41-9 II 1
St Louis 000 ICO (X0 1 7 2
Batteries Fisher and Moran; McFar
land and Grady. Two-base hits, Moran,
.Fisher, Goer; three-base hit, Delehanty;
home-run. Fisher; base on balls, off Mc
Farland 2, off Fisher 1; struck out, by
McFarland 3, by Fisher C. Umpire, dim
mer. Cincinnati Defeats New York.
NEW YORK, SepL 21. Now York lost
two games to Cincinnati today. The
sr-cond gamo was called by agreement at
the end of tho seventh Inning. Attend
ance, S700. Score:
R, II. E.
Cincinnati 001 300 020-O 9 3
New York 0)0 400 0001 9 3
Batteries Hahn and Pcltz; Mathcwson
Bases on balls Mathcwson. 1; Hahn, 1.
Struck out By Mathcwson, 7; by Hahn, 1.
Homo run Pcltz. Two-base hits Donlln,
Metes, Seymour, Kelloy.l Stolnfeldt, Cor
corocan (2). Umpires Emlles and Car
penter. SECOND GAME.
H H F
Cincinnati 000 020 0-2 2 li
New York 000 000 00 C l
Batteries Harper and Schlci; Taylor
Bases on balls Off Taylor, 2; off Har
per, 2. Struck out By Taylor, 3; by Har
per, 2. Two-baso hits Browne, McGann.
umpires Carpenter and Emsllc.
Golf Tourney at St. Louis.
GLEN ECHO COUNTRY CLUB. St.
Louis. Sept, 2L Three of the eight golfers
who will meet tomorrow In the third round
of the Olympic golf championship hall
from St Louis. Chicago representatives
to tho number of three also have sur
vived the strenuous 30-hole competitions,
while Canada and Seattle claim tho re
Allen Lard of Washington, Dr C was no
match for F, G. Newton, tho Seattle golf
ing wizard, who was flvo up in the morn
ing, and who won six up and five to play.
H Chandler Egan has little to fear from
his rival, H. L. Moor of Lako Geneva,
who was off In his short game, and with
a lead of four up in the morning Egan
started well In the afternoon, and won,
soven up and six to play.
Tho draws for tomorrow follow: G. S.
Lyon, Toronto, vs. A. B Larnberl, Glen
Echo; Mason E. Phelps, Midlothian, vs.
F. G. Newton, Seattle; Burt McKlnney;
St. Louis, vs. Ned Sawyer, Wheaton; H.
W. Allen, St. Louis, Field, vs. H. C.
Hnnlon to Fight McGovern.
NEW YORK, Sopt 21.TEddie Hanlon7
tho pugilist who was rcontly defeated
by "Battling" Nelson, boa been matched
for a six-round bout with Torry McGov
crn. Tho contest will bo hold In Phila
delphia October 1
KIrby Hoon will hold down the rubber
in today's game for the Miners, while
Thomas Is expcli U 4o the twirling for
CHALLENGE FROM EUBEKA.
Willing to Play Any Amateur Team
in Three States for SIOOO a Side.
Special to Tho Tribune
EUREKA, Sept. 21. TI10 Eureka ball
team Is at home again, after a few days'
absence, during which time they played
ut Ogdcn nnd Murray. Tho team was
billed to play at Logan Monday, but the
train being late thoy could not faiako the
town and the gamo was called off. Up
until tho tunc that tho Eureka team beat
Park City In tho series for tho Btato
championship It Had played twenty gunies,
winning all except four. An effort ha3
boon made to get a gamo with tho Mur
iay team for a purse, but tho Smolter
City sports now that they hpvo been called
nro anxious to havo tho proposition
dropped as quietly as possible.
Tho Euroka team has not yet disbanded
for tho season and the offer mado somo
tlmo ago to piny any amateur team In
Utah, Idaho or Wyoming for $1000 a gamo
Manager Shoutz Is now figuring on a
proposition vhcrcby ho will bring cither
tho Butto or Salt Lake league teams or
both to Euroka for a series of gamos. The
Eureka team has been desirous of play
ing tho "Elders" for somo tlmo.
DID NOT GO. AGAINST TOTE.
Major Delmar's Trial at Columbus
COLUMBUS, O.. Sept. 21. A heavy wind
blew straight down the back stretch at
tho Grand circuit races today and for this
reason MaJ. Delmar's trial against Cros
ceUs's record of 2:02Vj was postponed until
2:19 trot, threo In live, purse $1000 (thrco
heats Tuesday) Browne Wilton won tho
third, fourth and fifth heats in 2.14U.
2:10&. 2:12V1. Mainland won. the first and
second heats In 2:1-1. 2-.14&. Jesso O.,
Miss Jennnetto, Getaway. Bello C, Bril
liant Girl. Direct Well, Walter Pierce,
Wlnnlo Right, Truthful Chimes, Princess
Derby, Aylwln, Bajlast. Dorothy. Martha
B., Harry Simmons and Harry McKcrron
2:19 pace, wlakc, threo In five, purso $2000
Morning Star won thrco straight heats
In 2:07V 2:07s, 2 08 Lady Mack. Baron
Gratton, Bad News and Euroda also
2:10 trot, stake, three in five, purse J2CO0
John Taylor won the llrst, second and
fifth heals In 2:09. 2:10, 2:10 Dr. Strong
won tho third and fourth heats In 2:07ft,
2:iq?i. Lady Gall Hamilton, Robert Mc.
John Mc, Consuelos. Norrlo and Billy
Fortcr also started.
2:10 pace, throe heats, each heat a race,
purse $1000 Bell Mc. won threo straight
heats In 2:0TVi. 2:0S. 2:0SV. Bud Posey.
Monnut, Ahs Rose. Ben F.. Katie II.,
Hamilton, Sweet Bay, Baron B. and Czar
ina also started.
To beat 2 ISVfe trotting Earl Wilton won.
Time. 2:11V4. '
Harlem Entries for Thursday.
CHICAGO, Sept. 21. Harlom entries for
First raco. flvo and one-half furlongs
No Trumpcr 103 Col Rupport ..,.-.103
Dixie Lad 103 J B Smith 103
Monte :lft3 Lord Dixon 103
Kid Weller 103 Eckersell 105
Tho Novice 102Slss Loo 102
Second race, handicap, stcoplcchasc,
Cherokee Lass ...123Dagmar 125
Goldon Link ..1C0 Mrs Grannon 13S
Oliver Mc 1S1 Handvico 150
John E Owens ..13S Lingo 1-10
Third race, one mile, selling, trainers
Blnckthorne .. ..1S2 Glorlosa 149
Handley Cross ..149 Jusuquo La 139
Wonrlck 143 Curate 149
Marcos 152 Hans Wagno lu'J
Fddcral 150 Thane 151
Prlnco Charley... 157 The Bugaboo 145
Fourth race,- ono mile
Grcgor K 101 Huzzah 107
Spcnccrlan .... .'. 90 Bragg 107
Fifth race, flvo and one-half furlongs
Torpedo 102 One Way ...103
La Londo 107 Ed Early 97
GIrdlcslonc 105 Alcor 10)
Six raco, selling, six furlongs
Joscttc 109 Miss Douce 70
Fay Tcmploton .. SI Harrison 109
Cardinal Wolscy .110 Monls 9S
Wine Sap 109 Father Tallcnt ..102
Cyprlonnc 9S Tho Gadfly SS
Lady Free W J Deboc 107
Seventh raco, selling, ono and onc-slx-tcenth
O'Hagen 99 Flying Torpedo ..110
Kleinwood .... .. 99 Dungannon 9S
Sioux Chief 101 King Ellsworth ..103
Dr Stephens ...v. 101 Barkelmoro 107
Weather clear; track heavy.
Results at Harlem.
CHICAGO, Sept 21. Harlem results:
First race, flvo furlongs Bonnio Prince
Charlie won, Padre second, Black Art
third. Time. 1:01 4-5.
Second race, six furlongs Ghats won,
Rag Tag socond, Music third. Time. 1:13.
Third race, seven furlongs Nannlo
Hodgo won, Katie Powers second Felipe
Lugo third. Time, 1:32 1-5.
Fourth raco, Ave furlongs Useful Lady
won, Azellno second, Dundall third. Time,
Fifth race, six furlongs Cutter won,
Ramshorn second, Moorish Ramsol third.
Time. 1:19 2-0.
Sixth race, mile Ben Chance won,
Wonrlck second, Llda Lelb third. Time,
Seventh raco, mile Great Eastern won,
Benson Caldwell second, Plautua third.
At Delmar Park.
1 ST. LOus. Sept. 21. Delmar - results:
First race, six furlongs, Loca won, Fe
nian second, Rhymo and Reason third.
Socond race, flvo and a half furlongs,
selling Annabelle Lee won, Ethel's Prldo
second, McJelta third. Time, l'17'i.
Third race, ono mile and twenty yards,
selling Behoove won, Worthlng'ton sec
ond, Mamsello third. Time. 1:61.
Fourth raco, six furlonga, purse Allon
Avon won. Junglo Imp second, Arlena
third. Time, 1:211.
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing Pourquol Pas won, Orient second,
Laura Hunter third. Time. 1:30J4.
Sixth race, mile and an eighth, selling
Lubln won, Dollnda second, Mainspring
third. Time, 2:0711.
Down at Gravesend.
NEW YORK, Sept 21. Gravesend sum
mary: First nice, six furlongs Invincible won.
Divination second. Shotgun third. Time,
Second race, steeplechase, about two
miles and a half Good arid Splendid won,
Bonlire second, Headmaster third. Time.
Third raco, the Flatlands, aelilng, flvo
and a half furlongs Teacres won. Gainnra
second. Bank third. Time, 1:08 2-5. '
Fourth race, mllo and n quarter Hurts
bourno won, Champlaln second, Shorthoso
third. Time, 2:09.
Fifth race, live apd a half furlongs, sell
ingGold Rose won. Calmness second, De
lusion third. Time, l:0S4-5.
Sixth race, mllo and sIxtcontlH, selling
Phantom won, Ben Crocket second, Prin
cess Athellng third. Time, 1:51,
Boxing Contests at Stadium.
ST. LOUIS, Sept 21. The am tour box
ing contests which are being held under
tho auspices of tho Olympic gamed, wero
opened at tho Stadium today. In tho
heavy-weight class preliminary Sam Ber
ger of Snn Francisco gained the decision
over William Michaels, St. Louis, easily.
At tho tap of the gong Michaels rushed
Berger, who hooked his right to the tem
ple, sending him to the floor completely
dazed. Mlchaols wns , floored In each
round and was nearly out when tho rjj
erce stopped the content
I 111 W'lVll,lllx 'It That is Wliat we are Showing in n ' i
! I I l STAB Shirts. glnS
I Kfw FITot niy d thQy have the w Hi j
I WSifel Tbe sti 11 bosom' a? AVe11 as the new o J
j rmW0mt aiKl aclras are amongthem. U 1
llirSIKs wKP Some of them arc coat shiuts, wiH,
SPvB STAB SHIRTS, 1.50 to 2 50 t
WmiwKW ' 0ne Parti01llai; raSe i9 the imitation M
ffiwlp vW skin four-in-hand. am;
I lI$ See window display. JE
I New York Fads m IpfP Atterbwy-
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Boys. siSi ClothiM. I
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Hard si Work
Eig- Gamo "With University of Colo
rado Takes Place One "Week
Ono week from Saturday tho University
of Utah football team plays Its tlrst and,
by tho way, ono of the hardest gomes of
tho season, on Cummlngs's Hold, against
tho University of Colorado team from
Boulder. Coach Maddock and Ids as
sistants havo boon busy'slnco a week be
fore school opened with the squad and
they are leaving nothing undone to put
tho "U" aggregation In tho best possible
condition for tho coming contest Tho
Louldor team Is acknowledged to be the
best In tho Slato of Colorado and If tho
'arslty elovon can win Its first gamo,
the remainder of tho scheduled contests
will be eaav.
Tho material that has shown up thus
far Is not as hoavy as Coach Maddock
desires, but ho Is making the best of
what ho has and with tho assistance of
D. A. Callahan, Dr. C. G. Plummer. Frank
Anderson and others, is putting the squad
through a severe drill each day. By tho
tlmo tho Colorado eloven comes hero tho
university team will bo fairly well drilled
and will no doubt bo -able to glvo their
opponents a vigorous tussle for llrst hon
ors Up at Logan Coach Campbell has a
largo squad of men out each day and the
Aggies aro confident that they will again
land the State championship. Several of
tho old men aro gone, among them Kirk,
tho big guard, who is with Stanford this
year, and Gardner, last year's center, but
Campbell has a number of now candidates
apd he anticipates little difficulty In fill
ing their places. Tho Aggies and tho
State university teams clash on Thanks
giving day in this city.
Sunshine; Still Reigns.
Prof. Sunshine, tho well-known mitt
artist of this city, added ajiothcr victory
to his credit at Bingham Tuesday night,
when he knocked out Kid Hopkins In tho
eighth round of what was scheduled to
to do a ton-round bout. Sunshine had tho
hotter of the argument from the tap of
the bell and In the eighth round planted
a sleep-producer on his rival's Jaw that
landed tho gate money. The mill was
pronounced to bo one of tho best tho
Bingham sports havo witnessed for some
Results nt the Meadows.
SEATTLE. Wash., Sopt 21. Today's ro
sults at The Meadows:
Northwestern Derby, two-mile dash for
2:1G- trotters Red Skin won, The Com
monwealth second, Coronado third, Bel
ladl fourth. Time. 1:11.
Ono and one-clghth mile dash for pac
ersJack "Wllmot won, Hellenes second,
Tho Freak third, Garvin "Wilkes fourth.
Running, tlvo and a half furlongs Gan
noll won. Capitol second, Guerro third.
Running, four furlongs Queen T. won,
Titus second, Agnes Mack third. Tlmo.
Running, six furlongs Resigned won,
Hogarth second, Charlie Schweitzer third.
Running, ono mile Rlhirock won. Our
Cholco second. Fondo third. Time, l.1li-
) 4NEW QUARTER SI?E
ii IB CENT8 EACH ', 2 FOR 25 CENTS
gj OtUETT, PEAOODY & QO.,
I ment , j
Is aroused nt once when S
y ono sees our stock of I
5 There are over two thou-
jj sand, and we can fit any I
t linger and -purse w
rfto &Lf Worth- oC s & H- Trading Stamps fa m -J
ctaf o vLjt n DeP' "with each cash pur- jk Al
THIS WEEK NLYf
J Graat Sale of New Wall 1
LACES VALUED AT 50c TO S1.00 Per' Yd. J
Just at the outset of the dressmaking season this sale Is more mi
able than any ever before attempted. Beautiful designs, specially a&fitj
! evening arid street dresses, in magnificent and dainty raised desljai,
1 tenberg- button effects, separable applique laces In scroll and (!mr;
j terns, bands, medallions, etc., all new fall of 190-1 laces that will aj;q
the fastidious. None made to sell for less than 50c, and mostoflija
nnd $1.00 goods. i
: $1.00 Imported, Embroidered' A Q
Don't fall to look at these magnificent, silk embroidered, netd
walstlngs in a big range of artistic designs and pretty weaves, suiJ. I
: and colored Moral effects; colors are white, black and white, blue, rsaa
i etc. None of these walstlngs worth less than Sl.OO per yard. ;
150 SILK REMNANTS'
3N WAIST LENGTHS O A S W WHIP
: AT ABOUT OiiW rlUv
l Taffetas, Idulslnes, foulards, peau de cygnes, In plain and fancrdw
'i checks, stripes, etc. These are all short lengths left over from cur rt:
VALUES IN THIS LOT UP TO $1.50 PER YARD.
: Last of th Summer Fj
! Worth Up to $4o50 el i
Madras, Swisses, linens and lawjis In the lot trimmed 'U'lS
Insertions, plcnts, tucks, etc., many with deep yokes and in kyj
styles, all sizes still In the lot- .'M
Ste IN" S. & H. GREEN TBAOT
v fl STAMPS WITH EACH OF TEE
1 jdtiiPte' WE TREAT AND CURE2!
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IraKrKfir Trouble, Ej-o and Ear DlsenscJ. Bronchial r,
uhut&r iLlk ttnd Luuk Tronblo, Asthma, Stomach, Llr- KJy. JQ'
IKSf'' "r nd Kidney DUoasea. Bladder Troablw. PS? " tfljiH
H3tOti " 'Vff Female Complnlnta, Chronlo Ureases of AlsH
flBkv ' -V Women and Children, Heart Mso-tso, Nor- .feajL i. -V lB
KrT voua DUeaaes, Chorea, (Bu Vitus' Danco). v
JlJ SterllUr, Klokoti, Spinal Trouble, Skin 1)1- jfl
T, i3 soaten, gelation and RhoumatUtu. Dlnciwes Ck yH
ttiZAi of tbo Bowels, PDoi. Fistula and Rectal
A i, Troublai. Goltro (or bl? nea). Blood Dl- HJilH
JTL rVj . soasea, TatM Worru. Uaj- Fover' llrstorlo, 'JgK JMaM
i I V w KpUepsjr, mwmnla, otc. and all NerouJ, 'VwSww
jjj "PcTE pT' PrlYtt and Chronlo DIsea&ei. MfcMcJ '
X7j?ffiCyi ,n a" Pflrate diseases ol men. to oliow our
nn. a j c,,ni.r, good ftiih and skill, we are ahvays willing to a.w.aa
SHoitEs. W3it 0r 0Uf f(J0 unl), a cur ia efIccled, bo
Stfrl W.EAH M E N I", "1
thorouRb. Not ono of - AbwloWl. r
oar patlcnls ovur treatsicat yfi(iu
ourod and 9 u 7PWm of ohroolo Inflammation In f.a,tahc ord' UggS
loi tlmn thnn ?hla l- P"taU Kiand. brought on by carlr icIentlCi trcfi
ail t i n,,lh. f dissipation or by tl.o lmpropor treat- !J i jucjj tW
iSiMiK. of somo contract dlVoase A
aontroqalre. complot and radical onro U, thcicforo. PW"-
i a question of resiorluR tho protaio
eland lo Its Donnal state, nd this wo ,rrh'
1 StttlflC Blood Poison accomplish promptly and" iomplotol Spcrrua t oi jrM
. -without tho uso of lntornal romcdlci. Gouorrhort. jf
No dnnirorous minerals Our treatment la a local ono entirely, lis, alrlet a'i ST
J2 i .T0.th0 v,rus ' 11 s srlslnftl nnd solcnllHc, nnd has J.ott ac?St
i too interior, but barm- l;en proton abioluloly offoctlro by UroceJ-. sSa,0
U Dlood-cloiinsInK thoawndd of tcaw. We nro convinced V'eixkncr.J'y, &
M "c4ies. tbot ruioovo that by no other methods can full nr.d nlo n'n03,aif
a JrfL.1"1 POlaououa pcraaucnt restoration of BlrerKiij oaiA casw w", t
g l-4 vlcorbo ttccomplloiicc. jUirjt,
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I E?.?0 a Pc,atJ- Of ourtnK patlonts br mall. Wo ha car 'tactfS'
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