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fAQE eight THE SALT LAKE Tm
Im EM YET
' One Hundred and Third
Victory for Giants,
Chicago Scores a Double
Shut Out for the Brook
Boston-Cincinnati Game Is Called in
Ninth on Account of
Standing' of the Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 141 103 SS .731
'hlcago 141 SS K .62-1
Pittsburg 13S 70 59 .572
Cincinnati 140 SO 60 . 571
f-'t. Louis 137 06 71 .4S2
Brooklyn 140 VI fS .8ES
l.'oston ..143 50 P3 .350
Philadelphia 112 47 05 .331
Brooklyn, 0; Chicago. 4; first game.
Brooklyn. 0; Chicago, 1; second gnmo.
Now York. 5; Pittsburg, 3; flrst game.
New York, 1; Pittsburg, 0; second gamo.
Boston. 3; Cincinnati. 1.
Now York Adds Two More.
NRW YORK, Sept. 2C Tho Now York
Nationals scored their hundred and third
Ictory of tho season today by defeating
Pittsburg In both games of today's
double-header- Attendance CSOO. Score:
R. II E.
Pittsburg 100 031 010-3 7 1
New York 000 201 20-G S 2
Batteries Lcever and Phelps, Taylor
Two-base hit Rltchoy, Bases on balls
Off Taylor, 2; off Leover, 2. Struck out
By Taylor, 2; by Lcever, 4. Umpires
Moran and O'Day,
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 000 000 0-0 1 4
Now York 001 00) 1 2 2
Batteries Flaherty and rhclps; Don
nelly and Warner.
Base on balls Off McGlnnlty, 1. Struck
out By McGlnnlty, 4: by Flaherty, 2.
I mplrca Moran and O'Day.
Two More for Chicago.
BROOKLYN, Sept. 2C. Chicago scored
a double shut-out on tho Brooklyn team
today The second game was called at
the end of the sixth on account of dark
ness Attendance, 1500. Score;
. R. H. E.
Chicago .000 001 003 1 9 0
Brooklyn . 000 000 000-0, 4 1
Batteries Weimar and Kline; Riesling
Two-baso hits Gessler, McChesncv.
Three-base hit Schult Bases on balls
Off Riesling, 1; off Welmer, 1. Struck
out By Wcimer. 11: by Riesling, 3. Um
pires Emplie and Carpenter.
R. H. E.
Chicago 100 000 1 5 5
Brooklyn 000 WD 0 2 l
Batteries Brlg'gs and O'Neill; Jones
Two-base hit O'Neill. Bases on balls
Off Jonos. 1; off Briggs, 3. Struck out
--By Jones, 2; by Brfggs, 4. Umpires
Emslle and Carpanter.
Boston, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
BOSTON, Sept. W. With one out In
the ninth Inning, today's game waa called
on account of darkness, leaving Boston
the winner. Attendance, 1100. Score:
R. H. E.
Bo3ton COO 021 00-3 0 l
Cincinnati 000 100 00 1 3 l
Batteries Willis and Morau; Walker
Two-base hit Wolr. Homo run Dclo
hanty. Base on balls Off Willis,
Struck out By Willis, 8; by Walker, 2.
No Game at Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, Sopt. 26. Thoro was
no baseball game on tho local National
league grounds, the game- scheduled be
tween Philadelphia and St. Louis having
been played Saturday In order to permit
St. Louis to leave tho city Saturday
Results at "Worth.
CHICAGO. Sept 26. Worth results;
First race, six furlongs Tarn o Shantcr
won, Tristan Shandy second, Father Tal
ent third. Time, 1-19 1-5.
Second race, five furlongs Gold Enamel
won. La SIgitta second, Matador third
Time, 1:00 3-5.
Third raco, mile, Fort Dearborn handi
capStroller won, Cheboygan second
Gregor K. third. Time, l:4i 1-5,
Fourth race, six furlongs Big Ben won
Coruscate second, Rankin third. Time'
Fifth race, one and a nlxtconth miles
Glorloaa won, Ben Chance second. Easv
Trade third. Time, 1:55 4.5.
Sixth race, seven furlongs Ahola won.
Aden second, Floyd K. third. Time
Chilean Training Ship Sighted.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 26.-Thc Chil
enn training alp Gen. Baguadana, from
Yokohama, is reported seven miles off tho
harbor bho is under sail and Is exnected
to make port tonight. -utciea
Only Did His Duty an Ho Saw It.
"I deem It my duty to add a word of
praise for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and, Diarrhoea Remedy," eays J. Wiley
s'ark, the well-known" merchant and
postmaster at Wiley, Ky. "i have been
Hj selling It for threo or four years, and it
H gives complete satisfaction. Several of
Hl my customers tell me they Would not bo
without It for anything. Very often, to
my knowledge, one single dooe has cured
Hj a severe attack of diarrhoea, and I pos
Hj itlvely know that It will cure the flux
(dysentery,) You are at liberty to use
this testimonial as you please." For
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1 BALL TEAM HOODOOED.
I What Spoiling Editor Says of Pitts
A. li. Cratty, cportlng editor of tho
Pittsburg .(Pu.) Chronicle-Telegraph, and
wlfo ore registered at tho Kenyon. Mr.
Cratty i ono of tho oldest Hportlng edi
tors In Pittsburg, and Is known aa tho
"dean of the sport bunch." He stands
high In Barney Droyfuss's circle of
friends, and is said to have nprung the big
end of tho baseball stories of tho Pirates.
"Droyfuss la making a hard light for
second placo," said Mr. Cratty yestorday.
"It Is impossible now to hopo for more,
and In fact the little magnato Is glad to
bo able to land an high as socond. Tho
Champions havo been up against a hard
proposition all year. Players have been
crippled or sick, and new men signed In
tho smaller lcagucH for Immediate deliv
ery have failed to materialize,
"Clark has boon out of tho game all
year; Lcever has been crippled and sev
eral otherB incapacitated, Thon, Just whon
wo thought tho team was going on all
right, thoro was that 'bus accident, when
tho team was In Philadelphia, and ever'
man was shaken and bruised so badly
that none wero fit to play,
"Honus Wagner, the greatest player In
tho country, Is playing In hard luck Juat
now. Wagner sprained an ankle several
weeks ago, and although he was only out
of tho game a week, ho Is playing now
against tho orders of his physician.
"Thoro has been a hoodoo following tho
team all year and we think oursolvca
mighty lucky to land aa near tho top as
Down at Gravesend.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 24. Gravesend re
sult: First race, about six furlongs Burnt
Hills won, Blandy second, Bedouin third.
Second race, steeplechase, about two
miles and a half Flying Buttress won,
Gascar second, Amur third. Time, 4:67.
Third raco, tho Speculation stake, sell
ing, mile and a sixteenth Derozko won,
Damon Becond, Cloverland third. Time,
Fourth race, mllo and a sixteenth, sell
ingGunfire won. Gracoful socond, Fleur
do Mario third. Time, IMS.
Fifth race, selling, mllo and a furlong
Rovelllo won, GllBtcn second, Stolen Mo
ment's third. Time. 1:5-1 3-5.
Sixth race, about six furlongs Lady
Amelia won, Muncola second, Marjoram
third. Time, 1.10 3-5.
At Delmar Park.
ST. LOUIS. Sopt. 26 Dolmar roaulta:
First race, four and a half furlongs
Imp. Korea won. McJetta socond, Bolle S.
third. Time, 1:01V.
Second race, six furlongs, selling Tom
Manklna won, Tom Rowe second, Pre
ventative third. Time, li23i.
Third race, six and a half furlongs,
purse Red Loaf won. Eduardo socond,
Lady Mercury third. Tlmo, l:29i.
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs
Scotch Dance won, Barlylto second, Lans
downo third. Time, 1:21V.
Fifth race, mile, purse MIbs Doyle won.
Footlights' Favorite second, Rachol Ward
third. Time, l'.GOVi.
Sixth race, mllo and a sixteenth, selling
Extol won, Varro second, Buglehorn
third. Tlmo, 1:&SV4.
Worth Entries for Tuesday.
Special to The Tribune
CHICAGO, Sept 2C Tuosday'B Worth
First race, six furlongs, selling:
Maggie Leebcr ... S8Trossacha 99
Berry Waddell ... 93 Foxmcad 93
Sir Mars .... ....103 Lady Belair 103
Wilder 103 First Attempt ....101
Heritage IOC W. J. Deboo 107
My Jane 103 Rowland M ill
Mohican Ill Jove U2
Harry New 112Ireno Mac 114
Second race, ono mile, selling:
Gen. Steward 96 LIda Lclb 96
Dutiful .... 90 Falernlan 90
Plautus 101 Mies Melton 104
Third race, Bovcn furlongs:
Annie Alone F2 Safety Light 101
Katlo Powers ....104 Llttlo Elkln 107
Lura Llghtor ...107 Barkelmoro 110
Fourth race, one mile and seventy yards:
Spencerlan 103 Coruscate 106
The Musketeer .109 Port Royal 112
Fifth race, flvo furlongs:
Clara Berry 100 Ed Early 100
Jade ..100 MIsb Jordan 100
Sllvorskln 103 Bonnie Prlnco
Slss Leo 100 Charllo 103
Bowling Bridge 103 Odelot ' 100
Flaxman 1J3 Subtle K6
Sixth race, mllo and an eighth, soiling;
O'Hagen 102 Louisville .... 102
Royal Pirate 107 Benson Caldwell. .107
Tho Way 110 Horton .... no
Swift Wing 112'
Weathey cloudy; track muddy.
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'HH M M M I It M M H M M
J -WEATHER RECORD j
Weather for today Probably showers.
Yesterday's record at the local offlco of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, 70 dcg., mini
mum temporature. 17 deg. ; mean tempera
ture, 6S deg., which Is 2 deg. below the
Accumulated excess of temporaturo
since the first of the month, SS deg.
Accumulated excess of temporaturo
since January 1, G dcg.
Total precipitation from 0 p. m. to C p.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of tho month, ,CC Inch. '
Accumulated oxceaa of precipitation
elnco January 1, 2.CS Inches.
Abilene SoModena CO
Ashevllle 72 Montgomery SS
Bismarck 80 Moot-head 70
Boise 02 Now Orleans SS
Boston 78 Now York 7G
Buffalo 01 Norfolk S4
Cairo S2Northlleld 64
Calgary . 70 North Platte SS
Charleston S2 Oklahoma fS
Chicago .63 Omaha .-.so
Cincinnati 71 Phoenix 92
Denver S2 Pittsburg 76
Detroit GCPocntcllo 74
Dodgo 91 Portland CO
Dnluth GSRapld City so
Elklns 74Roaoburg 6
El Paso 92 St. Louis s
Galveston 84 St. Paul p
Grand June SOS. Sto Marie 'w
Havre 76 San Francisco ....04
Helena 70 Santa Fo 74
Huron 76Scranton 71
Jacksonville lOlSpokano . ... 74
Kamloops COSwift Current .""70
Kansas City DOVlctorla 62
Knoxvllle 78WashIngton .. . '!c4
Lander 1.72 WInneniucca 60
Winnipeg 66 Little Rock SO
Los Angeles 72 Yuma
Miles City 0
' TO TIE FRONT
Sean Eaters Reach for
New Yorkers' Hopes Dashed
by Cleveland Winning
St. Louis and Washington Play
Elovon-Inning Contest to
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. W. L. PC.
Boston 139 S6 63 .619
Now York ISO S3 53 .610
Chicago 13S 79 69 .672
Philadelphia 132 71 6S .Ml
Cleveland 130 74 62 .5-11
St, Loula 137 59 73 .431
Detroit 13G 56 SO .412
Washington 130 34 102 .250
Cleveland 4, New York 3; flrst gamo.
Cleveland 0, Now York 2; socond game.
Dotrolt 0, Boston 2. first game.
Detroit 3, Boston 5; second game.
Chicago 1. Philadelphia 2.
St Louis 2, Washington 2.
Boston Adds Two More.
DETROIT, Sopt 20. Boston steeped
back Into first place by winning both
games of tho double-header hero today. In
tho firat ono Donovan did not glvo a hit,
but kicked on decisions until ho was sent
to the clubhouao In the sixth. Stovall lost
his head In tho olghth. Dlneen pitched a
great gamo. In tho second Detroit knocked
Winter out In the first Inning, but Boston
camo right back and batted In a Lead In
tho next, and thon was never headed. At
tendance 2000. Scores:
R. IT. E.
Detroit 000 000 000- 0 7 2
Boston 000 000 020 2 3 0
Batteries Donovan, Stovall, Jaeger and
Drill; Dlneen and Crigcr.
R. H. E.
Dotrolt 200 000 010 3 7 2
Boston 030 100 100 5 10 2
Batteries KItson, Jaeger and Drill; Win
ter, Young and Doran.
New Yorkers Losing Ground.
CLEVELAND, O.. Sept 26. Cleveland
dashed New Yorks hopes of winning tho
ponriant today by winning both games.
Stovall won tho first by making a three
bagger with tho bases full In the eighth
inning. It was Chesbro's first defeat In
ten games. In tho second game Powell
becamo wild In the seventh Inning and
forced in two runs, winning tho gamo.
r. n. e.
Cloveland 100 000 03- 4 18 0
New York 001 101 000 3 9 0
Batteries Joss and Bemls; Chcsbro and
R. H. E.
Cleveland 000010 4.1 0 10 1
New York 000 000 200 2 8 1
Batteries Donahue and Buelow; Powell
Eleven Innings to a Tio.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 2C St. Louis and
Washington broko even here today In the
last gamo of their series, each sldo scor
ing two, runs. The came was called at
the end 'of the eleventh Inning on account
of darkness. Attendance, S00. Score:
R. II. E.
St. Louis 000 020 000 00 2 5 1
Washington 000 002 000 00 2 9 0
- Batteries Morgan and Sugdcn; Patten
Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 1.
CHICAGO. Sept 26. Philadelphia won
the final game of the series by a nlco
bunching of hits In tho seventh Inning,
scoring two runs. Attendance, 2100. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 000 100 COO 1 11 1
Philadelphia 000 000 200-2 7 0
Batteries Patterson and Sullivan;
Plank and Noonan.
AT OAKLEY PARK.
Fourth Annual Grand Circuit Meet
ing Is Opened.
CINCINNATI, O., Sopt. 26. Tho fourth
annual grand circuit meeting opened at
Oakley park hero today and will contlnuo
until Saturday next. The Ohio stake for
2.09 trotters, purse $5000, was tho feature
event of the day and was easily won by
Tiverton, the woll-playcd Xavoritc, In
straight heats. Results:
2:20 class, pacing, purse, S2000, threo In
five Angus Pointer won three straight
heats In 2:0394. 2:01, 2:031$. Morning Star.
Fantlne, Bad News and Peruna alao
2:09 class, trotting, the Ohio purse, $5000.
three In five Tiverton won three straight
hpats in 3:0SU, 2:09i, 2:0SVi, Georgo G,
Dr. Strong, John Taylor, Knox's Gelatine
King, Marlon Wilkes and Anglola also
2.14 class trotting, purse $1600. three In
five Redwood won the second, third and
fourth heats In 2:12Vi, 2:11, 2;12V Mil
lard Sanders won the first heat in 2:14.
Lady Patchle, Tom Miller. Jr., Enchant
ress, Free Silver, Klnley Mack, Wild Win
ter, Dorothea, Norctta, Hopper and Gov.
McCnuloy also started.
Trotting, for foals of 1C02, purao J30C0,
two In three Bon "Voyage won two
straight heats In 2:17, 2 15. Libretto,
Tho Phantom, Rosabelle. Elm Ford, Ruby
and Wigwam also Htarted. Libretto and
The Phantom divided second and third
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GETTING READY FOR GAME.
An Enthusiastic Football Meeting
Will Bo Held Today To Enter
Coach Maddock Is now whipping his
band of huskies Into shape and putting
on tho hard ntrokea that are expected
to bring results in next Saturday's game
with Boulder. Two sets of bucks have
been selected, and during the long prac
tice held yesterday afternoon their ca
pacity for work was fully tosted. Half
a sub lino has alto beon picked out,
and every practice will find them hard
Last night's practice was a telling
ono. To assist Coach Maddock in his
work thero was present Coach Callahan
of high school fame and Dick Ogelsby,
formerly end on the Row Polytochnlc
first eleven. Maddock Initiated the
tackles Into the mysteries of the Yost
system, Callahan coached the backs
and Ogelaby gave the ends some
pointers. By thla method the boys were
initiated into all the finer points of the
game and supplied with a solution for
every difficulty that can possibly con
Tonight'a practice will consist of a
friendly scrimmage with the High
School eleven. By this method all the
wenk wpots in the team will be exposed,
and at the conclusion of the practice
Couch Maddock, assisted by Messrs.
Callahan, Channlng and Plummer, will
proceed to patch up all the holes made.
Students Are Interested.
Two hundred students walked up and
down the side lines last night and
watched tho work of the team during
its three hours practice. The campus
Is dally crowded by spectators, whose
presence serves to spur on the rivals in
iheir fights for positions on the team.
Victory or defeat will bring double Joy
or sorrow to Coach Maddock. The fact
that Coach Ellsworth of the Boulder
team was captain of last year's Chicago
team, and likewise Mnddock's opponent
nt tackle in the great Chicago-Michigan
game makes the present contest savor
of the old fight In this contest Mad
dock completely bested Ellsworth, and
consequently ho does not relish the
thought of a defeat in Saturday's con
test Stagg, the famous Chicago coach,
who has beon spending the past summer
In Colorado for his health, has passed
many spare hours drilling the Boulder
aggregation Into shape.
Football Meeting Tomorrow.
Tomorrow an enthusiastic football
meeting will be held, at which time
Coach Maddock and several of the foot
ball leaders will make short speeches.
Prof. Fred Reynolds, who has Just re
turned from Harvard, will deliver an
address on "Student Life at Harvard,"
laying particular stress on the athletic
side. On next Friday afternoon another
enthusiastic meeting will be held, and
every student In tho school will be ex
pected to turn cut to the game.
Preparations for entertaining the
Boulder team are already being"made,
and tho Coloradar.s will certainly be
shown a royal time during their stay
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Liquor company resident agents for
their retail business, desire to thank
tho public for their generous patron
age In the past, and ask that In future
onlftrs for beer be given the Kentucky
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
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Miss Rossburg's kindergarten opens .'
September 19 In Unity hall, 140 Sec- I
Senator Hoar in a Stupor.
WORCESTER. Mnss., Sept. 20. The fol
lowing bulletin on Senator Hoar's condi
tion was given out this morning- "Tho
Senator slept all night and Is In a stupor
this morning. He did not take food or
medicine during the night The end Is
not Immediately expected.
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Manager McCloskey Is
Action to Recover $1140,
Amount He Alleges Is
President of Pacific National League,
Who Holds Boise SIOOO Guaran
tee, Garnishee Defendant.
SPOKANE, Wash., Sopt 26.-John J
McCloskey, manager of tho BoIbo Basoball
club in tho Pacific National loaguo, has
brought suit against tho club for 51140. Mc
Cleakcy claims ho waa to bo paid $2750 and
75 per cont of tho scoro card sales and
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Atlas Blk. J- J. HEFFERNAN,
Conspiracy Hatched in Geneva.
ST PETERSBURG, Sopt. 27. Whllo
somo of tho features of tho plot which
culminated In tho assassination of M.
Plchvo the Minister of tho Interior, still
baffle the police, tho authorities profess to
bo now perfectly certain that tho conspir
acy was hatched In Gonova by half a doz
en Russians, mostly Jews.
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