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UIlL 6ALT LAKE TJTAH' SUNDAY MORNING1 OCTOBER 2, 1904.
rch Team Plays
1 fast Football
A itrs Run Up Thirty-Three
U Jpoints While Utah Scores
1 but Once.
UJLg Teamwork of Visiting Eleven
BVittght Havoc With Utah Lino
W -Some Sensational Features.
O'Bte"' of Colorado 33 -fc
M'rJTersitr or Utah 6
touchdowns and a goal from tlig
Ji nil the story of the football came.
5rj tba University of Utah and tlij
. ynnitj of Colorado elevens on Oura
yesterday afternoon. With
; wn composed largely of green monj
jjj i rfii but two weeks' practlco, the
t (gt, tct against the strongest nj
Jlji.'J, In Colorado-ln fact, ono of the
Kdt la the West and escaped wilff
I tttj-ttrea points against them. The
IiVjA tit udnt admirers of tho "U" eleven
oiatsl Brit hopo for victory, but the work
shimJ' is Colorado aggregation was a reVCj
ill. Time after tlmo tho Boulder line?
A a e e?tncd cavernous holes through
i 4 II tci thtlr backs plunged for matcrjal
til t is. The visitors' onslaught was slm
'wl imsutlblc. and. although tho locftla
473fic'l hard, they wcro Blowly bat
JfctiT carried down the field In frontfof
im.'. cprecnablo rushes o the visiting
7lff Caloy "Was a Star. I
IjlBtor. the Colorado fullback, was o&S;
. . 'jlbftar of the visiting eleven. Tlw
? 'IKu-thouldcred youth from the Baul;
(rfcjtitutlon had a way of hitting ,th
niilBfethst wrought havoc with tho opp&J;
" fCTQnls, and seldom did ho UiS'e
S tWtt fcMn that he did not make fnffi
L I IIBra u ten yards for his playmates. Ho
fllJHistEooJ right leg that was raucaIn'
rxmai yesterday, and his kicking ajtosF
AAmpi tiKhl points for the Colorado tdm?
jJMrwl from the field at the twhtTj
A.TWB-raid line and four goals after tofiih;
flMrm re mace by Laley, in add UJq
fenoccrable brilliant plunges thr'Sih,
" n4L-!rt and JohriEton. the Bouldar filtf
L jUMi. were also In evidence. The fonatf
lprood gains on "quick openings"lu4
lvpcn-bjeks," and was always In wK
. '.'E In the Interference. The liU
51 imte a brilliant run of fifty-live 'Af
il AP3 ,he "Varsity's right end fqVI
lltlBF33 m thc last Jrilnuto of pldrltt
- r 9b lit half He Is very fast
)4 AmKTii considerable agility In evadlnftte
Captain Oweris's GeneralshipB
Ovfcns, the Boulder quarter!
JglpsTa ruuch of the credit for ihoW
.lilKL He handled his men In masMrfrl
lUwJ- and directed the plays Hlwna
His handling of tho ball tg3
Klll the localH Dale, Pitt. Mllnorls?
tU,RU!Sfj -""'d Davis did tho best voK
jUtTJ?0 the onlv touchdown foflfp
ll r. ae.r a spectacular run thf
llS.Bllre, Colorado eleven for nearly. r
Jj-ards. j;nner played a sM '
blJfback and put up a pi "
lBnse game. Settle, the new ti? i.
""JKE.W remarkable game for a !'rj '
MK.Ly?? ono of tho strongest'? n
Ci . ,ne- He Promises to dMjP
?S2 Whirlwind before the season
""JRkZ p,cteon. tho right tackle. MM
insistent game- Russell Nd
' cnd9' uorked hard cvor3(J
iHw Qood Cl0V7d Present. M '
7IHi2Ti?th9 Pnlni' same of the &on
lUIE. M3 1S0 iln 2000 enthu5etlc
CTi. urneyc.d 10 Cummlngs' mil 4o
AWKkl J?n tna 'Varsltv team b nc
vSMfort da' was tt beautiful onnJ.
exactly suited thepec-
iMfcJMV"'15 iho.two elevens trotte Pn
( nd aI.,cr a 8noi"t signal Fnc"
-aKalr ftnt tho. PKsk'n nylng t (u?h
IflB&fc' ""y yard3' a8Ul
iflifcwVpulJl5 on the 'varsity Hi con
Sflfia?, T?pt P'cns that Btralgh fok-
J Wu- i,defc Accrdl"Kly he rled
filBCr qu.lck succession and 1 lcsa
3WW1 ? D1'nt' of pbiy Caley eked
VI; JhuIS Utah'a lwc"ty-flvo yni "ne.
WBi.u SprInts Seventy Yard
UKS.tt,klc-lt to Saltke.
Cfl4in'ill thout succcos, a tho
HIKhS"0?' A row minute later
Scnrrvin31 cn8atlonal run '. Uio
pltS'wl. the 'varsity ha bach
, aSrt ay tnrouBh the ojoslng
3 fcUrdS nterJa sPf,nt of near nev
Poim tKl18 ior the ftrnt an only
MnLfi'&ti" " con-
lCa to CoWCihanK?d ncld3 aniUtah
'1 by texd0,T8Ucccsslon C 1,n0
jiliagtctdih.'ey' Roberts nnd Jonston
,Vimt ho ' on the "U" five-yarl line,
rfa kicked 5!'ers hcld for fwn3'
Tt dotrn -nrt i tWC.nly yards n tn0
C,,rtt3 hurw X ml,nuic8 later Rob-
1 la -aiey kicked goal
ji'ion nin'3 Ln mck-
IKfnp the hifl i n tfl of tho do.
5fl&CyeVhba behind his own gil
ll, Wna ,tilroUBh tho "U" ta
fc r.ot d0c,UU, u!, interference.
Mplc oitS flUcn ho had roacid
&llnVtahnVrhS!cc th al
iton tucked3..,"1 freely line up.
fflfc MarJ behlna ''a under his
WLy ,t!matca ,b,reastwork frmed
aflftyTn vfklrted llle 'vralty
Bsm Cals' again lfnya5d3 "nd a otich
I Ui,i foment latokedc?0a!' T half
I :Mt!: h c- ' Scorc-caorado
MEhttceSten. "tlllor of tho
Blls ,lta- Cant Dp5ctaeular features
WIfelt ?b? thc Utah ii Owons ontlnued
lta . alM Boulder V,l50,uand :Jcforo the
M3P lni moro Polntf t!lad chalkid up bov-J-lBSfl
SS?.ro of -C c making
iKuc.rtMncr replaced q61 chanBes oc
r A'tt and sn,cScrinton, orbca
M Eiilf Hope of mi.backncld. In
4tr nt to tha n h and BrUHao
r"'ed offTn03"11?4 ,n, both men being
fltiVr6DlaSe4",0, roP'aced Hopo and Cof-
pWc Hte?! ' allCr t00k Bru"3e'3
$$5Zh?B A- B- Jobb oro
Jf( The Line-TJp.
flSS!??ns' ,B th0 1,no-uP anI Hst of of-S1-
RollerinXfrin V Hope-Bettle
BttfftAn?r L ff Barton
0?ven?;;'-V:;- n " Seranton-Mllner
LCevli0aptaJn) VqVb" Wadc (captain)
moS.Vi AV B' Job: "mpire, Harry
fBmrJri t'mckeoperB, A. Callahan. R.
totuffi C4MnJil',oi;L,n.0',mcn.' Dougall and
jff$ Time 25-mlnute halYeB.
EWorld's Auto Becord Lowored.
IcSfCAGO. Oct. L By driving two
ffif.S1" flat at theChlcagS AuYo-
noblla club race meeting today, Carl
SSc5if Ind,anaPolls, In(L, lowcrod by
SSSSrflth0 of ft "cond, tho world'H track
S3.f.or mlddewelght machlnos for
.watrdistanco. Tho best time previously
Emnio.r02,3'5 by i?sePh "acy at tho
S&bo?1 traCk NCW Trk CUy' n
R Ton-Mile Record Lowered.
TSBURG. Pa., Oct. l.-At the Pltts
Jiff; Automobile club today Barney Old
atm broke the twenty-four horso-power
roMhlne ton-mile record by going tho dls
JAnce in 10 mlhutes 601-5 seconds. Eleven
minutes was tho bcHt previous record.
IE DUCKS FLEW
food Weather lakes
f Oght Bags.
Only a Few Marksmen
Went to the Legal
Best Hunting Reported, in Sloughs
Northwest of the City Some
of the Records.
"And. no one man shall be allowod to
kill more than forty ducks within the
samo twonty-four hours, under penalty
etc , otc."
Since tho showing made by tho hunters
on thc opening day of thc season It lias
been evident that there would bo no Im
mediate need for thc limit to be lowered
for tho convcnlcnco and accomodation of
tho ducks, nor raised for tho satisfac
tion of tho hunters.
"They come darned high, thcao ducks
that you kill yourself."
This opinion la scouted by some, but
tho number of bags that wore brought
back with short weight showed an aver
age cost of $5 por bird, according to tho
ruoful calculation of several enthusiasts.
Mitchell Got the Limit
Tho best scores came from Balioy's lako
and tho preserves of the New Stato Gun
club. At tho former haunt of tho bird
President Mltcholl of tho Western Arms
and Sporting company got his legal limit,
while Ills brothar got a tally of thirty.
From the latter grounds, George Dorr
camo in with a bag of thlrty-flvo, as
did Dr. Snow, President Margotts get
ting tho limit
Conditions at White lako were very un
favorable. Flvo and six birds aplcco was
tho avorago among tho good shots that
wero located there, whllo thoso that camo
home with empty bags wero In strong
Birds Plew High.
Tho reason for this was not so much
poor marksmanship as tho weather,
which drow all tho birds up to the clear
skv as soon as day broke. As It con
tinues fine thero seems little likelihood of
thoso who have stayed, out over Sunday
fulfilling their hopo of keeping up their
Even at Church Farm lako the kill was
light, Hero, too. there was no scarcity
of birds nor ammunition, but tho absence
of clouds drove the water fowl high up
beyond tho reach of powder. Bags of
ton and twolvo were tho avcrngo among
tho good guns, while the mcdlocro Bhota
reported that they all had very bad po
sitions and their guns wcro not used to
hard, work anyway.
Sheriff Got Twenty.
Sportsmen who tried their luck along
Black slough returned with varying tales
of success. Many birds flow, but thoy
flew high. Tho record bag was thirty
eight but tho namo of tho lucky man was
not learned. Several got a few moro
thtn thirty. Sheriff Emery returned with
tventy to IiIh credit and ho was among
tie more forlilnate.
A number of large flocks flow. Most of
tho ducks wero small. Some mallards
vero In ovldenco. Two hours after suu
jp It was hot and In all respects tho
morning was a bad ono. By tho tlmo
tho sun had appoared tho birds wcro
hunting tho heavonB.
Down along Eleventh South and Twolfth
South tho aloughs on tho river woro
' lined with hunters. Nono of theso got
' more than eight birds.
In fact very few were scon. Tho smolt
1 cr amoko Is blamed for this, for ducks
wero not in ovldenco In this section,
whero once thoy flew thick. Scores of
shells wero burned by huntor3 who novor
disturbed a feather.
At tho Bear Lako club most of tho
members have taken a respite from busi
ness to glvo tho birds a respite from llfo
and rest? Conditions thero aro reported to
bo more favorable to tho guns as tho nky
la cloudier than It has been in tho Salt
LFor 'theflrst tlmo in the history of
th Hnort in this Stato automobiles woro
impressed into general Hervlce. Those
who took tho modern conveyances had a
niii? over thoso who kept to tho old way
of driving out, as they got to tholr desti
nations In ono-thlrd of the time taken by
?h rihers At Ballcy'n lako the "bub
$2 5ro used by nearly all tho mem
hLrs Tho cars having been chartered
5! tho Salt Lake Auto company. At
tKhSch Srm lake private autos were
u8.ci' nmu of the notablo bags woro
Among some oi hio twenty;
thoso of B. Pinch, wun nrcc. pmnjc
feroeSecrr p'r ca "go t" "ho
which bo soya ha not tcniy u.
Victories Come Without
Boston Defeats St. Louis
While New York Downs
Detroit "Winds TJp Season With Phil
lies by Winning Both Games
P. W. L. P.C.
New York 141 85 55 .610
Boston HI 87 G7 .004
Chicago 143 S3 GO .550
Cleveland 142 79 63 .KG
Philadelphia 142 77 05 .542
St. Lopls 145 CI 81 .441
Detroit 143 CO S3 .420
Washington 112 31 10S .239
Cloveland 4, Washington 0; first game,
Clovoland 9, Washington 2; eecond
Detroit 3. Philadelphia 2; firBt game.
Detroit 2, Philadelphia 1; second gamo.
St. Louis 1, BoBton 6.
Chicago 2, New York 7.
Two Added to Cleveland's Score.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 1. Today Cleveland
made It nlno straight victories by win
ning two from Washington. Attondanco
Cleveland 201 000 10 I 10 i
Washington 000 000 000-0 4 2
Battorlcs Donohuo and Buolow;
HughcB and Clarko.
R. H. B.
Cleveland Ml 100 079 13 1
Washington ,...010 000 01 2 5 3
Batteries Rhoades and Bomls; Jacob
son and Klttredgo.
BoBton, 6; St. Louis, 1.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 1. Boston defeated St.
LoulB today in handy fashion, winning by
a scoro of 6 to 1. Boston poundod Sud
hoff throughout tho gamo, which was tho
fastest played here this season, requir
ing only one hour and. fifteen minutes.
Attondanco, 4EO0. Scoro:
R K E
SL LoulB 100 000 009 1 ' o' 2
Boston 200 020 OU-6 10 1
Batteries Sloven and Sugden; Dlnoon
Two Moro for Detroit.
DETROIT, Oct. 1. Detroit wound up
Its season with Philadelphia by winning
both games In a double-header. Stovall
pitched well In the first but had bad luck.
Mullln was reinstated and pitched great
ball In the second,. Attondanco 1200.
Detroit 000 000 0033 ' 9- 2
Philadelphia 000 001 Wl 2 7 0
Batteries Stovall and Drill; Waddcll
R. H. E.
Detroit 101 000 0 2 4 0
Philadelphia 000 000 101 3 1
Batteries Mullln and Drill; Bender
Chicago, 2; New York, 7.
CHICAGO, Oct. 1. Both teams fought
hard today but luck was always with
Now York. Attendance 17,000. Score;
R. H. E.
Chicago 001 Ml 000-2 8 2
New York 200 003 2007 11 0
Batteries Patterson, Walsh and Hoy
den; Chcsbro and Kleiner.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Tacoma, 2; Seattle, 1.
TACOMA, Wash. Oct. 1. In a closo
game Tacoma defeated enttl for tho
third successive tlmo. Tho visitors al
most tied tho score in tho ninth, but
by clever work of tho Infield threo runs
wcro caught at the homo plate. Pitch
ing honors were about oven, while tho
flcTdint: was good. Score:
R, H. E.
Tacoma .000 000 20 3 5 1
geattlo 000 COO Ml 1 6 1
Batteries Fitzgerald and Hogon; Wil
liams and Leahy. Umplro Brown.
San Francisco, 2; Los Angeles, 4.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 1. Although
San Francisco played an errorless gamo
todav. the home team was on tho short
cud of tho score. Los Angeles mado throe
runs In tho first inning and was never
headed, taking tho game by a Bcoro of
4 to 2, Scoro:
Los Angeles Zm m-4 9 5
San Francisco 020 000 000 2 5 0
Batteries Baura and Eager: Whcaton
Portland, 6; Oakland, 7.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 1. Oakland
bunched their hits off Hastings all
through the gamo today while Portland
was unable to hit Jones until tho ninth
and then for insufficient runs to en
danger tho visitors' lead, Scoro
Portland 001 000 103-5 o' 3
Oakland Ml 110 01-7 11 0
Battorlcs Hnstlngs nnd Sponcor; Jones
and Stark. Umpire Mcarthy.
Ladies Played Golf.
A omall tennis tournamont wa3 hold
out at tho Country club yesterday after
noon. Thero wcro men's singles and
ladles' singles and tho gamca were
Dlaycd on tho American plan, every play
er In tho contest playing tho rest. Tho
men's singles wcro won by R. H Ch:in
nlnc. Mrs. R. H. Chnnnlng, Miss Margo
Miller, Miss Kato Wllllamn. Miss Geddes,
Miss Anna McCornick and Mrs. T. G.
Griffin competed for tho Lndles cup
This wns won by Mrs. Griffin. Miss
Judgo won tho iadlco approaching and
World's Record Broken.
LONDON. Oct. 1. At thc Crystal pal
ace today F. IS. Thompson broke the
world's amateur record by walking fifty
miles In seven hours, fifty-seven minutes
and thirty-eight occonda. (
WON BY DAINTY.
Second Choice Is "Victor at Brooklyn
NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Dainty, tho 13 to
5 second choice, won tho Oriental handi
cap, ono mile and a Quarter, tho fea
ture of tho closing day of tho Brooklyn
Jockey olub'a autumn meeting today.
Lord of tho "Valo. paying C to 2 for tho
place, was necond, nnd Proper hlrd.
Dainty, coupled with Proper as thc Jen
nings entry, was heavily played, thc prlca
dropping from 3 to 1 to 13 to 5, whllo
Caughnawaga's prlco, which opened at 8
to D. wont back in tho betting to 11 to
5, and ho finished last. Dainty wont to
tho front nt tho lifting of tho barrier,
followed by Lord of tho Valo, and closely
followed by Proper. Around tho turn and
Into tho backstrotch they raced, with
Dainty still in thc lead by ono length.
Coming into tho stretch, Lord of tho Valo
moved up to tho lendor and In a hot
drlvo Dainty won by half a length.
First race, six furlongs Geranium won,
Old England second, King Popper third.
Time, 1:11 2-5.
Second raco, stoeploohaso, about two
and ono-half mllca The Ragged Cavalier
won, Gascar second, Gandllng third.
Tlmo, 4:BS 2-5.
Third race, tho Prospect handicap, about
eIx furlongs Olseou won, Chryoan second,
Burnt Hills third. Tlmo, 1:11 3-5.
Fourth race, tho Oriental handicap, mile
and ono-quurtcr Dainty won, Lord of tho
Valo second, Proper third. Time, 2:0G 1-5.
Fifth roc:, about six furlongs King
Cole won. Bluchcr second, Bella Slgnora
third. Tlmo. 1:12.
Sixth race, selling, mile and a furlong
Gravlna won. Stolen Moments second.
Koynoto third, Tlmo, 1:64 2-5.
Worth Entrios for Monday.
Special to Tho Tribune,
CHICAGO, Oct. 1. Worth entries for
First raco, selling, ono mile:
Charllo Miller ....105 Ethel Scruggs ....105
Falso Entry lOSFalcrnian 10S
Safoty Tight 10S Rowland M 103
Triumvir HORIan 110
Benson Caldwell ..112 Jim Halo 113
Allio Virglo llUBubador 112
King of tho Val- Zyra 117
ley 112Satiro 120
Mlrena , 117
Socond race, soiling, six furlong3:
LletiL Rico 97 Tho Gadfly 97
Judgo Saufloy .... 97 Lou M P9
Jake Sanders 102 Captain Ncroth,..102
Greon Gown 104L!esardo 103
Four Loaf C 112 Tristan Shandy... 113
Beautiful and Jackful 117
Beat 115 Commander 117
Thambleo 1171-Inrney , 122
Burning Glass ....123
Third race, ono milo and fifty yards,
Laura Lighter .. 92-Aden 102
Little Elkln 90Huzzah ., 105
Coruscate 105 Walnamonen 106
Fourth race, six furlongs:
Cigar Llghtor .... 0 Allan Avon 02
Columbia Girl ....101 Alibort 103
Gyzono ..102 Floral King 104
Big Ben 117
Fifth race, ono and onc-slxtecnth
Ghats SO Aggie Lewis 05
Edward Halo .... 95 Dutiful 93
Loulsvlllo 99ScortIc 99
Barilla 99 Carat 101
Gllfaln 101 D. L. Mooro 101
Mr. Farnum 102 Trepan 101
Chanterello 101 Lotfaro 101
Nlaxus 10-1 Easy Trndo 104
Sixth raco. flvo and one-half furlongs:
Loglstllla lOIDIxelle 104
Lordllng 107 Paddy Frelghn ...107
Palm Troo 107 Double .107
DIxIo Lad 107 Sllvorskln 107
Capltono 113 Gold Enamel 112
Weathor clear, track slow.
At D elm or Park.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 1. Delm'ar results:
First race, mile and three-sixteenths,
selling Bourke Cockran won. Maini
spring socond, George Goo third. Tlmo,
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Edwardo won, Lady Lou second, Klllo
third. Time. 1:16.
Third race, six furlongs, tho Homo
Bred stnkes, S15M ndded Sylva Talbot
won, Imboden second, Rhyme and Rea
son third. Time. 1:21.
Fourth race, six and a half furlongs
Mr, Lena won, Lpno Wolf Bccond, Red
Leaf third. Time. 1.31.
Fifth race, mile nnd soventy yards, sell
ingAthena won. DawBon second, Huccna
third. Time, 1:17.
Sixth race, six furlongs Footllght Fa
vorite won. Mafatda socond, Sam Craig
third. Time, 1:231
Ssvcnth race, seven furlongs, selling
Howling Dervish won, Mildred L socond,
Mint Bed third. Tlmo, 1:23&.
At Elm Ridge Park.
KANSAS CITY. Oct 1. Tho fall meet at
Elm Rldgo park began today, a rainy day
nnd a muddy track. Results:
First race, live furlongs Amoricano
won. St Tammany second, Otto Stlfel
third. Time, l:01Vi.
Second race, tlvo furlongs Plnkcrton
won, No Trumper second, Drago Kid
third. Time. 1.05.
Third race, flvo and a half furlonga
Azollna won, Lady Ellison Bccond, Fay
Tomploton third. Time. I'll.
Fourth race. Elm Rldgo handicap, mllo
nnd one-olghtn Elliott won, Clauuo ucc
ond. Judgo Himes third. Tlmo. 1:57.
Fifth raco, mile Judgo won, Sweot Tono
oecond, Thc Bugaboo third. Tlmo, 1:46.
Sixth race, six furlongs Florlzol won,
Over Again eecond, Marltalnna third.
CHICAGO, Oct. 1. Worth summary:
First race, six furlongs Dod Anderson
won, Tho Fog second, Sir Mara third.
Tlmo. 1:17 2-5.
Second race, five furlongs Tho Bollo
won, Jade second. Black Art third. Time,
Third raco. Calumet handicap, mllo and
onc-olxteenth 4hola won. Reservation
second, Brnncns third. Tlmo, 1;52 2-5.
Fourth race, six furlongs Nannie Hodgo
won, J. W. O'Neill second, Triumvir third.
Tlmo, 1:16 3-5.
Fifth race, mile and one-quarter Mala
koff won, Sarllla second, Lou Woods third.
Sixth race, six furlongs St. Paula won.
King of the Valley oecond. Marco third.
Tlmo, 1-17 2-5.
Elk Horn Whiskey Nine Years Old.
For 53.40 we ship In plain boxes to any
point on the railroad In Utah, Idaho
and Wyoming, express prepaid, four
full quarts of the above well-known
brand, a fine old mellow whiskey, guar
anteed to give satisfaction.
Remit either by money order or bank
exchange. For reference, any cxpresa
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Elk Liquor Co., Cor. State and 1st So,
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. Today's state
ment of tho treasury balances in the
general fund, exclusive of thc 5150.000.MO
gold reserve In the division of redemp
tion, uhows; Available cash balances,
$151,411,163; gold, $73,09S.!f.G.
S600.00 for Plumber.
We collected this amount for a Salt
Lako plumber last week. It waa
twelve vears old.
Merchants', Protective Ass'n., scien
tific collectors of bad debts.
FRANCIS G. LUKE.
Gcn'l Mgr., top floor Comm'l Blk.
Some people don't like us.
ST. LOOK ADDS
TWO TO SCORE
first One With New
York Ten Innings.
Philadelphia and Pittsburg
Break Even in Double
Header. Brooklyn Wins Two Games From
Cincinnati; Boston Shuts Out
Standing of tho Clubs.
P. W. L. P C.
New York 148 101 44 . 703
Chicago 147 92 65 .G2G
Cincinnati 14G 83 63 .509
Pittsburg 145 80 C5 .Gt
St. Louis 143 71 72 .497
Brooklyn 14C 55 91 .377
Boston 149 M 93 .376
Pblladolphla 14S 49 99 .831
Brooklyn, 3; Cincinnati, 0; first game.
Brooklyn. 4; Cincinnati, 3; eecond game.
New York, 1; St. Louis, 5; first game.
Now York, 6; St. Loula, 8; socond game.
Philadelphia, 3; Pittsburg, 11; first gamo.
Philadelphia, 10; Pittsburg. 3; second
Boston, 5; Chicago, 4.
St. Louis Defeats Giants.
gamos from Now York today. Tho first
went after ten Innings, Ames being hit
hard In tho tonth. In tho socond gamo
St. Louis had tho best of tho contest from
tho start. Attendance. 3SM, Scores:
R. H. E.
St. Louis 1M000 0W4 6 7 2
New York 000 Ml 000 0 1 0 4
Batteries Taylor and Butler; Amos and
Bases on balls, off Ames 5, off Taylor 2,
Struck out, by Ames 0, by Taylor 3. Homo
runs, Buckley, Hill. Two-baso hit, Brain,
R. H. VI
St. Louis 020 501 0 8 11 2
New York S01 020 0 6 9 3
Batteries McFarland and Grady; Wlltso
Bases on balls, off Wlltso 4, off McFar
land 3. Struck out. by Wlltso C. by Mc
Farland 3. Homo runs, Browne, McGann,
Grady. Two-baso hits, Dunn, Farell 2.
Split Even at Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1. Philadelphia
and Pittsburg broke oven In a doublo
heador today. The winning club In each
contest galnod victory principally through
hard hitting. Attendance. 3400. Scores;
, FIRST GAME.
R XT E
Pittsburg 012 500 030-11 ' 11 2
Philadelphia Ml 110 000 3 S 4
Batteries Lynch and Phelps: Froser,
Roth and Dooln. Two-baao hits Leach,
Thomas, Bransllold. Three-base hit
Thomas. Bases on balls Oft Fraser, 7;
oft Lynch, 8. Struck out By Fraser, 6;
by Lynch, 7. Umplro Zlmmor.
R. H. E.
PlttBburg 010 20 3 7 3
Philadelphia 031 0610 10 2
Batteries Caeo, Roberts and Phelps;
Caldwell and Dooln. Two-baao hits
Lush, Beaumont. Three-base hits Huls
wltt, Dooin, McGee. Homo run Dooln.
Struck out By Caldwell. 5; by Roberts,
2; by Case, 2. Umpire Zlmmer.
Two More for Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN, Oct. 1. Brooklyn won
both games of today's doublo-header. At
tondanco, 25M. Scores:
r ir e
Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 ' 3 3
Brooklyn M2 000 10-3 10 4
Batlorles Hahn and Street: Relallng
and Bergen. Two-baso hits Dillon, Jor
dan (2). Bases on balls Off Relsllng, 2.
Struck out By Roisling, S; by Hahn, 2.
Umpires Moran and O'Day.
R. H. E.
Cincinnati 201 0CO 0-3 7 1
Brooklyn 002 002 4 7 2
Batlorles Ewlng and Schlel; 3canlon
and Rlttcr, Two-base hit Soymour.
Throo-baso hits Dolon, Odwoll. Bases on
balls Off Scnnlon, 3; off Ewlng, 4. Struck
out By Scanlon, 2; by Ewlng, 3. Um
plrta Moran and O'Day.
Boston, 5; Chicago, 4.
BOSTON, Oct. L Boston won a ten
Inning gdme from Chicago today. At
tendance. 1EM. Scoro:
R. H, E.
Boston .....3M M0 1M 15 9 5
Chicago 0M 101 002 04 6 3
BatVrles Plttingor and Moran: Briggs
and Kllng. Two-baso hits Coolcy, Ab
battachlo. Bases on balls Off Briggs, 4;
off Plttlngor, 2. Struck out By BrlggH,
0; by Plttlngor, 5. Umpire Ernslle.
NEW NATIONAL BANK.
One at Blackf oot Authorized to Begin
WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 1. Tho
First National bank of Blackfoot, Ida.,
has been authorized to begin business,
with $25,000 capital. Alex Yonnlc, presi
dent; E. M. Kennedy, vice-president; C.
A. Dobell, cashier.
Famous Cartoonist Dead.
LOUISVILLE, Ky Oct. l.-Georgo
Kerr. famouB a few years ago aa a car
toonist and illustrator. 3 dead at tho
Soldiers' home In Dayton, O. Ho nerved
In tho Northern army throughout tho
war, and at Its conclusion became an Il
lustrator for an Eastern magazlno, going
later to a Now York comlo paper.
S50.00 for Wood.
We collected this amount for A. O.
Wood, the grocer, last week. The debt
was four years old. Man skipped to
Idaho. Merchants' Protective Ass'n.,
Francis G. Luke, Gcn'l. Mgr., Scientific
Collectors of Bad Debts, top floor
Comm'l Blk. Some people don't Uke us.
AGGIES WIN OUT.
Defeats tho Ogden High School Squad
at Logan. i
Spoolal to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Utah, Oct. 1 Tho football soa
non opened today, tho occasion bolng tho
visit of tho Ogden high school squad to
play tho Agricultural college. Tho gamo
resulted In a victory for the homo team,
scoro, 21 to 0. The visitors woro hope
lessly beaten In wolght and never at ary
tlmo stood any chonco at scoring. Both
tcahis woro soft and greon a3 a conso
qilonco of which not much skill was man
ifested In either team. Llnoup;
Ogden , Position. Logan,
Livingston lo Flndlay
Soudder ....It Matscn
Boyle, lg Jamison
Sherman . . c Poteraon
Norn rg...... . Hermanson
Traoy rt Nelson
McGulro ro Wangsgard
Craig lhb Madscn
Calvert ...rhb Hydo
Tavoy fb Hansen
Campboll . qb Fenn
Roforoo BlakoBloy; Umplro, Campbell;
tlmo of halveH, 15 mlnutos; Score, 21-0;
HARVARD DEFEATS WILLIAMS.
Seven Points Better Than Her Vic
tory at Same Timo Last Year.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 1. Harvard
defeated Williams in tho first football
gamo of tho season this afternoon by tho
scoro of 24 to 0, which Is seven points
hotter than hor victory at tho same time
Inaf Vniif TV, 1 nl.nnl.r V.rwllot
by both teams, not a slnglo fumblo be
ing mado by Harvard, and only one by
Williams. The Harvard men directed
tholr strength against their opponents'
center, nnd they wcro ablo to break
through almost at will, Only once was
Harvard held for downs, and that was
after tho team was largely mado up of
substitutes, At that point Williams held
Harvard on hor own threo-yard lino, pre
venting another touchdown. Brill, tho
former Exeter tackle, now a Harvard
freshman, was given a trial at left tackle,
whero ho oponed up great holes In tho
Williams lino. Tho work of Mills at
fullback was notoworthy.
Princeton Victor Ovor Georgetown.
PRINCETON. N. J., Oct. 1. In a gamo
marked by brilliant plays, Princeton de
feated tho heavy Georgetown toam this
afternoon by a score of 10 to 0. Tho vis
itors playod a good gamo and did not
weaken until tho last five minutes of
play. Twlco thoy held Princeton for
downs near tho fifteen-yard lino. A
heavy wind prevented cood nuntlng.
Columbia Worsts Wesleyan.
NEW YORK, OoL 1. In a galo of wind
from tho west Columbia and Wesleyan
met on tho gridiron this afternoon, tho
Now York college winning, 16 to 0.
Stanford Is Victor.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal., Oct.
1. Tho Stanford 'varsity football team
defeated that of thc Olympic club today
by a score of 12 to 0.
Contests on the Gridiron.
At Cambridge, Harvard, 24; Williams, 0.
At Ann Arbor, Michigan, 33; Caae.'O.
Iowa City, SS; Cornell college, 0.
At Amherst, Amherst, 5; Wllllnton, 0.
At Hanover, Dartmouth, 17; Massa
chusetts Agricultural, 0.
At WcBt Point. West Point, 1; Tufts, 0.
At Brunswick, Me., Exotor, 11; Bow
At Now York, Columbia, 16; Wesleyan,
At Now Haven, Yale. 42. Trinity., 0.
At Lawronco, "University of Kansas, 3;
Stato Normal. 0.
At West Point. N. Y.-Cadets, 12; Tufts
At New Haven Yalo. 42; Trinity, 0.
At Columbus, Ohio university, SO; Malml
At Cincinnati, Cincinnati university, 33;
Georgetown, Ky college 0,
At Chicago, Northwestern university,
34; Northwestern college, 0.
At Amos, Iowa, Ames. 22; Coo collogo, 0.
At Des Moines, Drako university, 18;
Bucna Vista college, 0.
At South Bend, Notro Damo, 11; Wa
At Champaign, 111., Unlvorslty of Illi
nois, 11; Knox college, 0.
At Minneapolis, Mlnnosota, 65; Carlo
ton college. 0.
At Madison. Wisconsin, 45; Fort Shorl
den soldiers, 0.
At Lafayotto, Ind., Purduo university,
2S; Earlham, 0.
At Chicago, Chicago, 56; Indiana, 0.
At Kalamazoo, Mich., Kalamazoo, 27;
Hlllsdalo college. 0.
At Carlisle. Pa., Carlisle Indians, 41;
At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21; Vir
At Lincoln, Nob., Unlvorslty of Ne
braska, 46; Grlnnoll college, 0,
At Ithaca, Cornoll, 29; Rochentor, 6,
SHOULD HAVE WHIPPED MAN
Wisconsin Judge Who Shows That
He Was Never a Boy.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis., Oct. 1. A father
may whip his son until stripes are
raised without being liable to arrest for
assault, provided the boy Is not old
enough to havo his dignity Injuved. ac
cording to a decision of Judge Klrwan
In the Circuit court
Franz Radlofr, contractor, was ac
quitted of whipping his nine-year-old
boy with a whip because tho boy
watched a circus parade.
Duck Trophies Artistically Mounted
For wall decoration. E. Mohesy, Jr.,
Furrier and Taxidermist, Hotel Knuts
ford block. I
Grief Causes a Suicide.
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. L Mrs. Slna
Oloson, wife of R. A. Oleson. hanged hor
Belf with a strap to a post of hor bed
at her homo, 13C3 Thirty-second avenue,
south, this morning. Grief because of
tho death of two children recently is
tho causo assigned.
Cause of Lockjaw.
Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a
bacillus or germ which exists plenti
fully In street dirt. It Is Inactive so
long as expoHed to tho air, but when
carried beneath the akin, as In the
wounds caused by. percussion caps or
by rusty nails, and when tho air is ex
cluded the germ Is roused to activity
and produces the most virulent poison
known. These germs may be destroyed
and all danger of lockjaw avoided by
applylng Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely as soon a3 tho Injury Is received.
Pain Balm Is an antiseptic and causes
such injuries to heal without matura
tion and In one-third tho time required
by tho usual treatment. It Is for sale
by all leading druggists.
FAILED TO CUT I
Prince Alert's Attempt! H
Jack Curry Handled ths IH
Reins, Scott Hudson the
Two Trials Mado, In Neither'
of Which Did He Sue-
CINCINNATI, Oct. 1. Tho Grand Clr- fH
cult mooting at Oakley park closed to-
day. Thc fcaturo event was Prlnco 1
Alert's attempt to break tho world's pac- IH
lng rocord of 1:59 'A without windshield, i IH
held by Star Polntor. Prlnco Alert was H
driven by Jack Curry, and Scott Hudson
handled thc pacemaker. In tho first at- H
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seconds and then broke. After a rest of 1 IH
ten minutes he was sent out for another H
trial, making tho first quarter in 291, tho H
half In 59Va, tho three-quarters in 1:29V, lil
and tho mllo In 2:02?. Prince Alert's rcc- IH
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