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; TflURSDA-r OCTOBER G. 1901. ' VH
THE SALT LAKE TRIBIIKE. , page seven ,
I flie Coin,
irlsbad Is Also a Winner
S Stanley and Dinah Watts v
J; " Win Running Events.
a Mjb Wouldn't stQBd for "D00"
g Cs-son's Striped Shirt, nnd Told
I' Him to Put on a Coat.
; ;cz cle finishes, beautiful weather
pUftwd crowd wore the features of
SKCor-d day's race meeting at Agrl
foiil park. While the attendance was
start ao heavy as on the opening
(here were more than 20CO por-
"Ui b ths grandstands and n Ionic (ho
wlea the first race was called. Tho
i thircselvea' were better than on
IKjJiy and thoy wore pulled off without
cntcesaary delays or prolonged
Altamorit Was Speedy.
W. L U. Conroy's Altamont captured the
5 Ireland pace In three straight hcuts,
! h dsln? so demonstrated that there
a for speedier animals In his clees.
BsOjkn horse led all the way In each
Hi TOillo his competitors were con
tjiJly breaking under the urging they
Krfrrf, jhe pretty brown gelding trav
el ilone without onco tailoring, and
in tnt money without an "ffort. Nlg
prEor, Chester S. and Ladysmlth dl
ftd honors for tho other positions, and
wcii and third money was divided
ikr the threo. Time, 2:21. 2:23, 2:20.
.l Put on His Coat.
i H m Carlsbad all the way In the
;cis5 harness event. Alphonso was the
Kir ."rlous contender for first honors
cl it never came dangerously close.
BCwr' driven by "Doc" Carson, camo
ft!rf each time. Carson nppcared for the
2L-3 beat In his shirt sleeves, but tho
Kfts didn't caro for the color, so ic
rtwttd the genial "vet" to war somc
ttf. Carson objected at first, but anally
Eclated and donned his coat, much
Otii Might of the crowd. The lime
fcrtii three heats was 2-27. 2:23, 2:21.
j; A Close Finish.
j', faulty won the thrcc-quarter-mllo run
event handily, after lending most of
MtZTV'i ArEt made a strong bid near
SPjin'jh, but fell short by half a length.
JSJrtt John nnd Saxby were noses apart
ecmlnfr fa9t on the outside. The
Wjfwr landed tho plncc by a scant avo
Wn. The stable-boy on Honest John
ns compelled to do a rough-rldlng stunt
ur fce lost a stirrup, near the thrce
pole, and it looked for a mo
gftt aa though ho would bo unseated.
lFJi!!Lcr' J": samcly hung on and In a
lj-prs finish landed his horso lnsldo
I'w" Tlme. 1 u
TT,W?Lts conped the coin In tho
OjWu dashrwlth Little Waif second and
W7 flower third Time. 25 seconds. Sen
mt Uioup was very unruly at tho post
T caused considerable delay.
j Dtath Blow to Bull Fighting.
ALniD, Oct. D.-Tho Instltuto of So
Kejorms after a heated discussion
JK'if-f i cd.by thirteen votes to eight
At h S nhu -fbsoJute prohibition of Sun
; tuU-flghtlng This Is considered to
death blow to bull-fighting In ,
J On tho Gridiron.
fcJLLY., ""vcn-Yalo defeated Holy
:iUrnbrIdge-Harvard. 17; Bowdoln. 0,
ltevti 'Ia?i')hla Pennsylvania 34,
,'xirln Marshall 10.
'1 pJ 'tee-Harvard 17. Bowdoln 0.
it fil.wulonPrlnceton 39 Woslcyan 0,
ewarihmore-Swarthmoro 20. L,ohlgh
iviJS0rk-Columbla 31, Tuft's 0.
'A l Z "'cn-Yalc 23. Holy Cross 0.
NornSlV"1"11'' f M,chlfiran
tHiar,?ianr."n,vcrsl,' f Illinois 26,
of Physicians and Surgeons (Chl-
Louls-Washlngton 17, Rise Poly-
u IlbWa-Corncll 31, Hobart 0.
!' At Elm Bid go.
jgr'WAS CITi', Ocu G.-Elm Rldgo re-
fSutlric2i ave, furlon58-Eckersall won.
KS rn ecoV,d' Po?' thlrd Time, 1:03,
vno,?' n'e ftrlonps-Luretta won,
second, Sea sick third. Time,
'?CrolrC.!x 'urlomrB-Denr Catcher
i. lli ccond, Otto Stlfol third.
&lTnr0' ,m,-udBC won. Dalvny
.Pi ft rd0 ,lhll. Time. 1:12.
f StrMMl?' Grannan won, Co!le
tSv ' iIart,n Brady third. Time,
wa'i !'9-Exclamatlon won,
second, Telophone third. Time!
At Delmar Park.
F&f-IS. Oct. B.-Delmar results:
fif'On v'r oV0 f"rloBs. nolIlnB-Dro-
HftffirBd' John P-an-
Eln wonaCpeX?n ,urlonES' aelling -fcthlrd
TiS)in!?.9klnB second. Tangi-
Monar ,r,urlnt:B. P"flo-ArIcna
..UCH Ma,(1 second, Zlnda third.
MbJpiCe' 'T,1.1.? and ono-Hixtoonth,
wnd n . '"ouBhby won, Nover-
J'fth tffi 0r,.?ut u,,rd- Tlmo- 1-E2-hrtt-p
.mllo and seventy yards.
Bam n0n. won- Undv Stratiimoro
Jh rtraSff1 thl,rd' Tlmo' liVi.
Kthrtf ; s.'nniilk.BC,l,ne-L.asHO won, fn
fcJ: "Co"d, Nowota third. Time, 1:-H,
I'.. Hot Kitchen
wash clothes the old way,
baplha way without hot
i?f ls more comfortable and
Mns twice as quick.
Baseball War Is
National Association Minor Leagues
Must Not Interfere With Find
ings National Commission.
n?i&?nNNATI ?ct- --Tho National
?nnHa,!i commls,9lon today rendered a
" sW dcl8l(ln th6 case of Pitcher
rnnM?oaSh' ho waB released from
wmm ,Ji,n by, Butt0 last May by the
commission and recently declared lncllKi
S' lS ft1!1' wh Portland, where ho
satin nn a,eraan.uy the National As
sociation of Minor Leagues.
innoa?la?peale,d, lo tne national commls-n,.r-wh,y1..rcaX,.lrrncd
113 'JecUlon of last
artdlrK- Wo insist that the Na
n.uaiaf0?l.atl0n carry out our former
SJliif i h th,s ca8C' lhat oaoh bo Im
rnodlatcly reinstated and that ho bo com
pensated for all lost time.''
.uinu do.clson la followed by a statement
2 J . lhreatons war If tho National As
sociation of Minor leagues again inter
feres with the execution of tho ilndlr.gs
pf the national commission of the major
TOO COLD TO FLAY BALL.
Tailonders Lost First and Tie in Sec
ond of Double-Header.
Standing of uie Clubs.
x, , Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
New York no & .Gi6
Boston 143 91 07 .615
Chicago , IIS S4 &l .56S
Cleveland U5 SO 65 .552
Phlladelnhla .us to ra tuc
Detroit H9 Go 81 .430
St Louis 149 (A S5 .430
Washington 114 34 110 .236
Chicago, 0; Boston. 3.
Detroit, 1; Washington, 4. First gnmo.
Detroit. 0; Washington, 0; Second gamo.
Cleveland-Philadelphia, postponed; rain.
New York, 8; St. Louis, 1.
Detroit Wins One, Ties for Second.
DETROIT. Oct. 5. After losing tho first
game to the tallcndera, Detroit could do
no better than tie the second. Owing to
the extreme cold weather It was agreed
to play but five Innings in the second
gamo. Attendance, 200. Score:
First game: R. H. b.
Dolroit 010 O00 00-1 C 1
Washington 200 (90 U0 1 11 0
Batteries Mullln and Drill; Wolfo and
Second game1 R. H. E.
Detroit 000 101 2 0
Washington 100 001 2 0
Battorlcw Raymond and Drill; Towns
ond and ICItlredgo.
New York, 8; St Louis, 1.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 5. New York wound
up Its aeries today by beating tho St.
Louis Americans 8 to 1 In tho last gamo
of tho season at tho local park. The vis
itors knocked Slever out of tho box In
tho fourth nnd Hynes, who succeeded
him. was batted hard. Attendance 1S00.
R, H. E.
St Louis OX) OOO 1001 7 2
Ncvy York 040 200 200 S 10 0
Batteries SIcver, Kahoe and Hynes;
Powell, Klclnow and McGulro.
Chicago, 0; Boston, 3.
CHICAGO. Oct. 5. Boston could do
nothing with Altrock until tho seventh,
whon thoy scored all of their runs. At
tendance, 1000. Score:
R. H. E;
Chicago 003 0CO OCO-0 6 0
Boston 0CO 000 3003 8 2
Batteries Altrock and Sullivan; Young
FAOIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Oakland, 2; San Francisco, 3.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct G, Opportune
hltilng gave tho locals today's gamo
against Oakland. Jackson was on tho
slab for the visitors ajid while ho pitched
a good gamo he could not provont hits
when good batting was productive of tal
R H E
Oakland 000 101 000-2 S i
San Francisco 200 010 00 3 7 4
Batteries Jackson and Byrne; Whalen
and McCune. Umplrc McDonald.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland, 3; Seattle, 21.
PORTLAND. Or., Oct 5. After Roach
retired with a broken thumb in tho sixth
inning, tho game between Portland and
Scattlo was llttlo moro than a farce
Roach was succeeded by Hastings, whoso
lack of control resulted In fllx'tcon hits
nnd tho complete demoralization of tho
home team. Hall kept his hits woll scat
tered and, received good support. Scoro:
R. H. E.
Portland ..' 100 000 200 3 11 9
Scattlo 003 001 G92-21 22 3
Batteries Hastings and Stanley; Hall
and Leahy. Umpire McCarthy.
Tacoma, 2; Los Angeles, 4.
TACOMA, Wash., Oct 5 Los Angolcs
defeated Tacoma In tho first gamo of
tho scries. .Although outbntted, Tacoma
would have won but for errors by Doylo
and Eagan at critical points in tho fifth
inning. Grny pitched a splendid gamo.
Scoro: R- H. E.
Tacoma 000 200 000-2 10 4
Los Angolcs 000 O10 0004 12 0
Batteries Fitzgerald and Hogan; Gray
and Spies. Umpire Brown.
' NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of tho Clubs.
p. w. JL. P.C.
New York ,1B1 105 -10 ,C95
Chicago 1C0 S5 CC C33
Cincinnati 1 W .CM
Flttsbunr ....143 82 CG .KA
St Louis ....... 146 73 73 .GOO
BostoS 2 CO W ,308
Brooklyn HB G5 03 .872
Philadelphia 150 50 100 .333
Boston, 0; Chicago, 3.
Chicago, 2; Boston, O.
BOSTON, Oct G. Chicago won the final
eima of tho National league season here
In a llstlcBsly played game. Attendance.
1100. Scoroi n H B
Chlcaco OIOOOOOIO-2' 0 6
Boston OOOOOOOOO-O G 3
Battorlcs Lundgron and Kllng; Wllhelm
ind i Nef'dham. Two-baso hits Kllng.
Br rrv. Three-base hlt-Tlhker. T3nnes on
baUs-Off Wllhelm. 2: off Lundgron, 1.
Struck out-By Wllhelm, 3; by Lundgron,
4 Umpire Emalle.
Ogdenites Will Bowl.
Articles of tho Ogdcn Bowling aeBocia
Hon wore filed yesterday with the Sec
retary of Stato. 'The capital stock Is tGOOO
divided into 200 shares of J25 each- Of
his jW has been subscribed and tho
"cat la treasury stock. , Albert Scowcrof t
iB president, Thomas Flcahnor vIce-proKl-dent
William C. Camp secretary and Jo
eoph II, Thomas treasurer.
18, Ti VICTOR
Wins Kentucky Futurity
Race in the Two-Year-OId
High Winds Prevented Major Delmar
From Starting Against Time, Al
though Track Was Fine.
LEXINGTON, Ky.. Oct 6. Tho two-year-old
division of tho Kentucky Fu
turity wan won today by Bon Voyage
in two straight heals. Tho ovent Is worth
poo of which $3000 goes to tho winner.
Ill thO 2rll Clftfls tUn fnvnrWn Rrnnnhn
and- hor driver and owner were suspend
ed a yoar for laying up. The track was
in good condition, but high winds pre
vented Major Delmar from starting
nKwnst tlmo. Summary:
The two-year-old division. Kentucky
Futurity, trotting, purso WHf Bon Vov
JKf won two straight heats In 2:1G arid
-:15k. Kathcrlno U, Bertha Bennett,
Elmford. Libretto, Susie B., Tho Phan
tom, Rosabel and Wigwam alBO started.
2:07 class trot, purao $1500 (two In
throe) Ozeanum won first and third heats
In 2:074 and 2:0S; McKlnloy won the
second heat In 2:06. Wcntworth. John
Taylor and Jay McGregor also started.
2:11 class pacing, purse HOOO (three In
five) Broncho won third, fourth and fifth
heats In 2:11. 2.1ZV. and 2:12. Don N. won
flr6t and second heats In 2;07& and 2:07.
Tllllo Saale. Miss Georglo, Pcruna, Byrl
Wilkes also started.
2:14 class paco. purse $1000 (threo In five)
Nancy H. won second, third and fourth
heats In 2.07?;, 2:0S; and 2:00. Funston
won the first heat In 2-CO. Dolphl, Edgar
Boy. Edwin C, Vice Regal. Man' Leo.
Ravenna Wilkes and Austin Burns also
Besults at Worth. ,
CHICAGO, Oct. G. Worth results:
First race, live and a half furlongs Free
booter won, Dl.xcllo second. Dlxlo Lad
third. Time, 1.13.
Second race, aoven furlongs Bay wood
won. Marshal Scay second, Doodlo third
Third race, six furlongs Don Domo
won, Nannie Hodge second, Maggie Lle
ber third. Time, 1:19.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth
Spcncerlan won. Fossil second, Katie
Powers third. Time. 1:16 2-5.
Fifth race, mllo and an eighth Falorn
lan won Mr. Farnum second, Ohaccn
third. Time. 2:00 4-6.
Sixth race, six furlongs Lieut Rico
won, Sincerity Belle second, Arah May
third. Tlmo. 1:19 3-5.
Worth Entries for Thursday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO. Oct 5.-Worth onirics for
First race, six furlongH, selling
Jaokfull 107Rathgar 112
Hudson 107 Idogo , 112
Safeguard 107 Jovo . 11G
Wlngdnnco 107Clau8U8 HG
Longmorc ." 110
Second race, flvo and ono-half fur
longs Miss Jordan 09 Lochlnvar 107
Matador 102 Sllvorskln 107
Gold Ennmol 102 Flaxman 112
Slss Lee 101
Third inco. Flyaway handicap, nix fur
longr. Mayor Johnson... 93 Frontcnac . ......10G
Gypzeno 93 Ahold 107
Singing Master .. 97 Scorpio 112
Nannlo Hodgo ...103 Floral King 112
Dondomo 101 Big Bon 121
Fourth raco. handicap, ona and one--sixteenth
Allen Avon SS Lurallghtor 92
Llttlo Elkln 90 Bcnchance 92
Rankin 92 Fonsoluca 105
Llttlo E'kln anJ Rankin Arthur entrv.
Filth mco, ono mllo nnd DJ yards
Charllo Miller .. . 93 Gllfain 108
Llssardo 90 Plratcor 112
Goldbanncr 102 Mnjor Manslr ....11C
Edward Hale 102 Floyd K uc
Armorer .. 107
S:Mh race, olx furlongs
Four Leaf C 107 Tarn O'Shantcr' ..112
Allbort 109 Jim Hale 112
Automaton 110 Tho Fog 11G
Optional Ill Harney 119
Weather cloudy; track muddy.
Baces at Spokane Fair.
SPOKANE, Wash , Oct 6. Results at
Intor-Stata fair: Inter-stato fair stako
for 2:17 paccra. purse. $1200 Jack Wllmot
won, Byron Laco Bocond. Cavallor third
BcBt tlmo, 2 2151.
Gentlemen's road race, trotting, six
furlongs, for solid silver cup Deception,
driven by Cagcl. won two straight heats;
Baby Chapman second, Rosa Glon third.
Flvo furlongs, selling Young Pepper
won, Moddor second, Urbnno third. Time,
Women's rolay raco, four mllesr-Mrs. O.
H. Harvey won, Miss Eva James' socond.
Extra running, quarter mile JiuIko
Thomas won, Buckwnr second, Popullat
third. Tlmo. "24.
Ono mllo Chllno won, Crosby socond,
Lord Ellsworth third. Tlmo, 1:11.
CHUBOH IS RESTRAINED.
Mrs. Green Does Not Appreciate
Drippings From the Sanctuary.
Mary Ann Green won hor case In Judge
Hall's court yesterday morning against
tho Reorganized Church of Jesuo Christ
of Lattor-day Saints in which sho asked
that the defendants bo restrained from
allowing their gutters to drip on hor
The Josophltes have a church at 223 Enst
Second South, which is next to tho houso
In which tho plaintiff lives. At ovcry
rainy season tho precipitation caused tho
gutters on tho roof or the church build
ing to overflow on hor roof, thereby caus
ing hor considerable damage Sho also
asked for damugOH, but theso wero de
nied on tho ground that tho defendants
had not wilfully caused tho damage. They
wero ordorcd to correct tho default In
tho construction of their building ho that
tho rain should not fall oh tho plaintiff's
Will of Senator Hoar.
WORCESTER, Mass,, Oct G Tho will
of Senator Hoar, filed today, makes no
public bequests, dividing his property bc
tweon his son and daughter and giving
his estate In Paxton to hla granddaugh
From Utah Victorious
Team From Fort Douglas Wins Ath
1 lotic Trophy of tho Department .
of the Colorado.
DENVER, Cole. Oct G. Tho athletic
trophy of the Department of tho Colora
do was won by tho team from Fort
Douglas, Utah, today, In the first annual
tournament of tho department. By a
margin of six points the soldier athletes
from Utah defeated tho Fort Logan con
testants In tho field events of the cup.
Fort Douglas scored 33 points out of 82
In tho clnht contests. The bovs of tho
Twenty-second Infantrv scored 27
Tho other posts were trailed out behind
as follows- Fort, Apache, 10; Fort Du
chesne, Fort Huachuca and Fort Wln
gato, I each, and Whipple barracks noth
ing. To tho wins In the sprints of Pri
vates Padborg and McClalrnon, Is duo
somewhat for tho winning of tho trophy.
Tho ball game today between Fort
Douglas and Fort Logan was won by tho
former by a ecoro of 9 to 1.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly onv their merit. Whit
aker & Dallas, manufacturers.
Now Studio of Art.
Mrs. H. S. Twining and Mrs. Grace Y.
Kerr. Teachers of water color ands
decorated china. Studio No. 67 Hoop
DEMOCRATS OF WEBER.
County Convention Held in Ogden
and Ticket Nominated.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 5. Tho Democratic coun
ty convention met today and placed Its
county ticket In the field. There was a
fairly good attendance, when Thomas D.
Dee called tho meeting to order. The fol
lowing committees were then appointed:
Credentials B. Tcrnes. J. L. Hcrrlck,
James Taylor. L. J Bucher. Thomas Cun
ningham, Ogdcn City; Chnrlcs Rondqulst,
Chris Olson and Charles Clark.
Resolutions Henry E. Taylor, C. J. Un
derwood, T. D. Dee. T D. Johnson. G. C.
Pierce. Ogden Clt ; F. A. King. Merlin J.
Bartholomew and P. C. Gcertson.
Permanent Organization and Order of
Business Joseph Hall, J II. Epperson,
Enoch Farr, E. S. Rolapp. W W. Brown
ing. Ogdcn City; George Hlslop. N Mont
gomery and J C. Wangsgnard.
The convention then adjourned for the
neon hour, convening again at 2 o'clock
p. m., and tho roports of tho various com
mittees wero received. C C. Richards
was Installed as permanent chairman and
Daniel Harncr as secretary.
County Committee Chosen.
Tho first business taken up was the se
lection of a county committee, as follows:
Joseph Hall. C. L. Undonvood. Azel Farr,
Daniel Hamer and Charles Stout, Ogdcn
City; A. P. Renstrom, Huntsvllle; Charles
J. Jensen, Eden; C. E Clark, Liberty;
Henry Barker, Jr.. North Ogden: Wlllard
Cragun, Pleasant View; Potcr M. Folk
rnDn, Plain City, Joseph M. Folkman,
Warren; W. II. Lowdcr, Harrlsvllle; J J.
Hutchlns, Slatervlllo: James Hcwat. Mar
riott; J. B. Trimble. Wilson; Thomas
Gibson, West Weber; Fred A. King, Hoop
er; C. A. Rlmqulst, Roy; W. Bartlctt,
Knnesvlllc; Robert Gale. Uintah.
Nominations for the various city offices
wero then taken up.
Thomas Cunningham was named for
City Constable over James Allen by a
voto of G2 to 50.
John Wheeler of Slalervllle was nnmcd
for Suporlntondont of Schools over James
R. Bens of Hooper by a voto of 35 to 2S.
Legislative Ticket Named.
Joseph S. Pccry was nominated for tho
State Senato by acclamation and was
called to tho rostrum aud made a short
address of thanks to the convention
For Stato Representatives. Adam S. Pe
terson, Alex Browor, R. T. Harris and
Nathaniel Montgomery wero piaced In
nomination. On tho first ballot no ono re
ceived a majority, but on the second voto
there was a stampede to Potorson and
he received every 'voto In tho convention.
Mr. Brewer s nnmo was then withdrawn
and Messrs Harris, Montgomery nnd
Whalen wore nominated by acclamation.
Judge Powers Introduced.
At this Juncture Judge Powora was In
troduced and was greeted by prolonged
and vociferous applause Ho mado a
short address. Ho said.
"When I sco my distinguished frlond
acting as chairman of this convention I
know that I am In a Democratic meet
ing." Ho ncad an artlclo from tho Og
den Standard charulng him with perni
cious activity In tho prosecution of Sen
ator Smoot and denied tho charges abso
lutely. Ho advised all to vote tho Demo
cratic ticket, as tho only way to presero
harmony In Utah, and referring to tho
split In tho Republican party said: "Ayo.
tho Red sea has parted, and tho hosts of
Domocracy shall inarch through on dry
ground to v!ctor."
Referring to tho question of separation
of church and stale, ho said that ho must
concede honesty of purpose to niost of
those who bolted and said they would
not be satisfied with the election of tho
Hopubllcnn party and predicted that tho
Democratic nominees would dorlvo much
strength from tho boilers
Ho oxcorlatcd. Chairman Spry for his
charge that ho would got two Mormon
Democrats for every Gontllc Republican
lhat deserted tho party, and predicted
that Mr Spry would full. Ho thon
launched Into a dlscu.sslon of tho national
Issues, particularly' tho tariff, and de
fined his position thereon.
Ticket Is Completed.
For County Commissioners, Christian
Olscn of Plain Cltv Levi B Hammon
of Hooper, W. M. Pcrrington of West
Weber and W H. Lowder of Harrlsvllle
wcro presented. Hammon won on tho
first ballot by tho following vote: Ham
mon, 103; Olson, 3S; Lowder, 17; Pcrring
ton. S. On tho second ballot Olson was
elected by tho following voto. Olson,
113; Lowdcr, Gl.
Joseph McFurland was named for
County Clerk by acclamation, oa was also
F. A. Shields for Treasurer.
Thomas Malonoy for Attorney, Zachar
lah Slulh for Sheriff, J. M. Doran for
Assessor, Jnmes R Bens of Hooper for
Recorder, and C. D. Brown for Surveyor.
There is other good tea ;
but you'll have a big job to
Vour croccr rriurm your money If you don't lik
Hard Fight for Class
Freshmen Succumb to the
Superior Strength of
Many Participants Drop Down Com
pletely Exhausted at Closo of
the Contest. s
In the presence of more than 700 stu
dents tho sophomores defeated tho
freshmen In the first Hag rush ever
held at the Unlvorelty of Utah.. Both
sides fought with unceasing tenacity
during tho entire ten minutes, but the
superior strength of the sophomores
finally won out. At the conclusion of
the contest many of the participants
dropped to the ground, completely ex
hausted and worn out. None of the
"rushers" was seriously Injured, but so
badly was thir clothing torn and so
completely were they covered with dust
that they looked more like careworn
tramps than students.
The great rush occurred immediately
after chapel at the spot selected, Im
mediately in front of the flag polo and
midway between the four large build
ings. From the windows the girls and
professors took In the attendant sights,
but tho more enthusiastic students
gathered closely around the contestants,
cheering first one side and then the
Lined Up for the Rush.
After marching around the campus
and giving their yells the members of
the two classes lined up twenty-five
yards from this central spot. Most 6f
tho hoys, the engineers especially, were
attired In overalls, but the others had
on their regular school clothes. After
both aggregations had posed for Uie
many camera fiends on hand, Capt.
"Jimmy" Wade of the football team,
who had previously been selected
referee, emerged from the crowd, carry
ing the coveted flag. Closely follow
ing came the six flag holders of the re
spective classes. Jimmy explained to
those present that the class having the
most members with hands on the flag
at tho conclusion of the contest would
be awarded the flag.
Both "sides then lined up, while the
flagmen braced themselves for the tus
sle. Fred Bennlon, Tom Varley and
R. S. Gardner held the flag for the
sophomores, while Edward Jones,
"Cuddy" Russell . and O. Bennlon es
sayed to perform the stunt for the
Freshmen. "Ready, go," shouted Wade,
and, running at full speed, with heads
low, these two bands crashed Into the
flag holders and against one another.
So great was the Impact that many of
the rear "rushers" wero hurled back,
headlong on the ground, while from the
middle of the group camo groans and
yells from those who were forced to
bear tho burden of the onset.
The rush was on. Forward and back
ward swayed -the hundred and more
students as they.tugged for dear life to
get their hands on the coveted flag.
Many sough E to reach it by crawling
underneath the crowd, but these un
fortunate ones only became stumbling
blocks fqr their fellows and served to
trip them up in great heaps. Others,
supplied with long and elastic legs,
sought to leap over the entire crowd,
and by this method occasionally suc
ceeded In getting their hands on the
flag. But often before they could take
their stand and make fast their hold
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Chief's Hands Tied
by an Injunction
Officers Forhldden to Interfero With
tho Bar at the State Pair
A signal victory was won over the"
Mayor and tho Chief of Police by Heath
Bros, yesterday afternoon, enabling them
to sell liquor at their bar outsldo tho fair
grounds for aa long a tlmo aa the fair
Late In the afternoon a complaint was
filed In tho District court by their attor
neys, W. T. Ountor. Dickson, Ellis, Ellis
& Schuldcr, asking for an injunction
against tho Mayor and tho Chief of Police
restraining th.e latter from Interfering
with the plaintiffs in tholr business, Tho
caso was Immediately taken before Judge
Morse, who granted a temporary Injunc
tion on tho ground that tho Mayor has
no right to veto anything that docs not
create a liability or ls not an ordinance.
In their .complaint Heath Eros, allege
that they had obtained a license and
that their petition had been granted ask
ing for tho transfer of their license to
the bar outsldo the fair grounds. Thoy
stated that thoy had paid for tho licenso
nnd that they wero being injured In their
business by the voto of the Mayor and
tho action of the Chief of Pollco In ar
resting' and preventing them from con
ducting their bar. The writ is returnable
before Judgo Morse on October 10, two
days after the close of the fair.
Mr. Heath, ono of tho plaintiffs, was ar
rested Tuesday evening for selling liquor
without a license, and gave ?23 bond to
appear for trial.
they were seized by their hair, feet or
arms and thrown out by opponents.
Sophs Who Held On.
At the conclusion of ten minutes of
terrible fighting and tussling the
seniors and Juniors moved all the com
petitors who did not have hold of the
ling to the side lines. As the dust cleared
away one could spy In the center of the
little bunch the six original flag
holders still clinging to tho precious
canvas. One other freshman had suc
ceeded In reaching It E. T. Cannon.
The sophomores who eecured a grip on
the flng. besides the original holders,
were Harry Moore, Dale Pitt, Jack
Thompsen, Fred Hansen, Fred Scran
ton, Merrlam Eardley and Will Neal.
At the conclusion of the contest the
sophomores hoisted the baiiner with the
letters '07 on top and '08 turned upside
down. After saluting their trophy, now
unfurled on high, they took It down and
stored it away among their class treasures.
Prof. Cory Talks on Student Life at
Prof. George Q. Cory gave a short talk
on "Student Life at Columbia" during
chapel hour at the University of Utah
yesterday morning. He said:
"New York Is a commercial city, and
the stock gambling nnd race-hore bet
ting spirit of the people has greatly
Impressed Itself upon the under
graduate students. 76 per cerit of whom
come from New York city. Many of
theso students cultivate culture for the
name rather than the substance. They
choose the easier branches, and to them
school life is not serious, as It ls In the
1 "In the graduate courses conditions
are very much improved and the gen
eral atmosphere ls purer and more In
vigorating. I attribute this g reatly to
the fact that women of the highest type
are allowed to enter this school. Co
education, here at least, has proven a
benefit. Another change which Improves
the graduate school Is the outside ele
ment which Is In the majority here.
"Athletics are very strong at Colum
bia. Mercantile men support and en
courage tho sport by largo donations.
A. single game brings out from 50,000 to
C0.000 people, and these more than repay
the merchants by their purchases."
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With only ono doso a day of Drako's Palmetto
Wine. Cures to stay ourcd. Any reader ot this
paper will receive trial bottlo frco by sendlns
adclre.is to Drako Formulrt Cornpnnv Phlm
PICTURED THE ' j
Praise for President), H
Peace Meeting at Barratt
Kail Was Weil At- jfl
Maj. R. W. Young Says Religion and "
Education Will End Interna- '
Last nlght'a poaco meeting held In Bor-
ratt hall was attended by a, good-sized IH
audloncet After the Invocation by Rev. j
Mr. Fish, a song was given by tho quar-' )
tettc, Whltnoy, Spencer, Pyper and Pat- j
rick. Gov. Wells Introduced Maj. Rich- i'l
ard W.. Young, who said, among other j I 'H
things, In his address; 1
"It ls rather strange for tho commlttco I '-Ol
to offer a fighting map to their mlld-cyed! U
goddess of peace. In view of which I may j ; jH
have prepared a terrible revenge. j
"I might say that I bollovo war ls neces- IH
sary for the strength of a nation, but I '
do not believe this. It Is tho spirit of a1 i
nation which makes it great In war or
In ' ll
Evils of War. vH
"War wastes tho land. It mean3 the . ' J IH
departure of loved ones. It means tho IH
manufacture of weapons; It means tho ' 1
trnnsfor of tho Idle to worse than Idle-
ness; it means sending the pure to vice; i ' 1
Il means sickness, exposure, tho roar and! i'I
crash of shells, the crippled frame, tho' i Jl
depletion of the manhood of tho land, tho jH
making of widows and orphans, and tho MH
giving rein to. tho savage Impulses of ll
man s nature, tho debauching aud ruin- j
Ing of the Innocent, the breaking oC , flH
homes. ' H
"There arc societies to protect the weak H
from tho strong; there arc societies to
protect the Infant's rights from tho H
adult, but this Is not the case with na- IH
"Tho war purely for conquest Is raro H
now. Napoleon Is the only monstrous In- H
carnation of war In our time. Slnco tho ; H
Ammonites came with their doctrine of H
'An eye for an eye and a tooth for a , 1 H
tooth,' thcro has been a change to tho ; IH
doctrine of Christ, 'Lovo thy enemy as IH
Power of the Press. ' ! jH
"I believe the problem of peace among . 'jH
nations Is to' be solved by religion and ' JH
education. The answer is education, and "ll
education, nnd still education. H
"Tho press has a tremendous power In
this. Rulers speak principally through rH
the press. Nowspapers may Inflame tho j
people's minds to passion. Could not t
theso things be expressed In less lnflam- 1 IH
rriablo terms?" H
Commends the( President. ' H
Maj Young was followed by Hon. C. V. I
Gerriter of Holland, who has Just como I M
from the Interparliamentary conference
at St. Louis. His remarks were to tho 1 H
effect that the movement on the part of
President Roosevelt In calling a peace i,. IH
meeting was of moro Importance than isr -' H
generally thought "The newspapers do 'lH
not realize how Important this ls." ho v . IH
remarked. "This invitation will include! jM
all nations, whether they have diplomatic ? Jl
representation or not, and If not thoy will SH
bo free to adopt the protocol afterward. Il
Both tho conditions named were mado lin- . H
possible at the first peace meeting at The H
Hague. There is only ono man In tho IH
world who could call such a council and. , jH
tako this stand at Just this time, and that lH
Is President Roosavclt." IH
Quoted Prom Kipling.
Miss Agatha Berkhoel sang a solo, after J
which tho Rev. Mr. Fish addressed tho 1
audience. Kipling's "Recessional" was I H
read bv Mrs C. F. Wilcox, and peace res- ll
olutlons, read by Mrs. Emmellno B. Wells. Il
were accepted by those present. Tho au- Ml
dlcncc was dismissed by Phillip S. May- HH
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