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FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1904. THE SAXiT LAKE THIBUiSrE. PAGE THREH H
JlO AT MEMPHIS
II'ms Pacer to Pace
ill Exhibition Mile.
.lirace Bond Wins Kentucky
Stock Farm Stake of
,D,,kLis Pointer Victor in. tlio 2:05
KB Pace to "Wagon in Second and
fwt: Third Heats.
KeMPHIS, Tcnn., Oct. 3). Tomorrow
. Kn Patch, the champion pacer, will go
.'nfexhlblilon mile. Today's results;
''Mjffi pace, ?l(O0, two In three (unllnlahed
'Km yesterday). Iphlnj' S. won the third
Etl fourth heats In 2:074. 2:05Vi- King
BrcctiWon tho second heat In 2:05. Belle
Kb won tho first heat In Dry
Enopole, Oregon Maid and Don N. also
y 0KOo pace to wagon, amateur drivers, two
jfeBjjtarce (unfinished from yesterday). An
IM V Pointer (Mr. Billings) won the second
kBi third hents in 2:0414. 2:i. Baron
XMnattan won the first heat In 2:XVi and
JrvMiS drawn in tho third. Morning- Star
ff jBu started.
TlHBO trot, J10GO, two In three Miss Jcan
ttb won two Straight heats in 2:2SVl,
l53 Electric Maiden and Al Smith also
a entucky stock farm stake, $io00, throo-
. sir-old trotters, two In three Graco
S md won two straight heats In 2:07.
0; Al Axworthy, Alice Edgar, Totaro
d Glory Quaylo also started.
mim :12 pace, JI0K). two In three TUllc Saalo
in two straight heats In 2:OHi. 2:09.
' ' ilu May, Three Feeds for Ona Cent,
- Itle Sphinx. Dan S., Mis3 Georgia, Gay
:j r Adelphla and rtlley McKccn also
-. J irted.
' :12 trot to wagon, amateur drivers, two
J ;three OlU'o won tho second and third
, '! its In 2:21, 2:12'. Imogeno won the
t heat In 2.15
Worth Entries for Friday.
3 CMclaI 10 The Tribune.
"CHICAGO. Oct. 20 Worth entries for
TWIrst race, maidens, six furlongs
7dsram llOBig Beach 113
'c. Light U3ShlnIng Star 113
flMsBjsaranno . .. .113Vaddell II.... .,..m
nkctcl 113 Gladiator '..113
-B. Smith 113 Brad warlln 115
iesbourne .. . lloBlshop Poole US
, flBwnpatrlck .. .llSIIarpoon ,11S
llra Tree US
) SI tcond race, six furlongs
T mis .. 100BU1 Walters 105
ftt. VW' O'Neill .. .lOOMad Mullah 105
morcr ...103Gus Heldorn 103
. irrlngton . .. 103Gypzeno 101
ilden Rulo . . .KM Optional ioi
; Wrd race, selling, inllo and onc-slx-
t OS.IIngler OS
3, uain 93Marshalsea 9S
t ckoncr . . .. 93Rab'unta OS
' ve . .. 101 Barkelmoro 101
Farnum . . . .103Klng's Court 103
f . 103B1UO Mint J03
' ke Shelly 105
) tourth nice, selling, live and a half fur-
, ncrcatls .. . .100 Useful Lady ioi
Alnna 1031ntrlgue 103
00 te Gadfly Insincerity Belle ...103
neV. 105 Green Gown lOS
nU lOGDr. Loggo 10$
nth-rnCC' scllins' 1111,0 and ono-slx-
g mpoon WClausus 101
Klernl 103Carut ' iaj
0K i ?kn' 107Dr- Stephens ...iiiOT
lebrallon . . lOTGIorlosa k
xth race, selling, mllo and fifty yards
.B'V MFoxmead ......... w
k Miller OSSIIvermeadc .. ..,95
t?iUrm? MLady FrccknlghL. 03
ft1""1 M KDocllo .....ICO
?umvlr . . ..lOOltlan " .. ioi.
mgfprd James lOlMlngoro 101
1 tnlli 102Dutlfu! VlOl
I Kard Halo . ...ioi
, ,eathcr cloudy; track fast. ,
k Races at Boise,
2' lI?'id!l10c.t 20 Kaelnir summary
4 in0dy race- mI'c trot: best
2 0 In three heata H. D B won in
$ hK,Kat3i,Ho,,in Nort second. Co "
t,hlrd Bcst time-2:lS7i.
2d .race m,le Pace: best two In
eo heats-Julia A. won. Crabapplo sec
5 h.2Woy Ann th,rd- Best" iSKrlCK
ilufi it,lls "JOoHng-Inaugurator
rd. TjSaniT5tecond' BIa Cloud
5 fourth race, runnlnc. for cow noiili
'our furlon-s-Buckskln won Vrr$
.Garden Valley Q,lcCn third, ffl
. m Elmridgo Summary. ,
1 Sp?J?1TY' 0cL -Blmrldgc sum
no JrZ0' sovon turlongs-Tele-H
Tlme.0" ECCnd' EusonloD.
nCSiv,ir!lf ' nvo f"rongs-Laurctta
, -3 rt TW"11 AHCT,0ntl-n CupItanaAo
h:! &a&a.AMll?a fln,8hcd flrat
rTui.0' flv,e and a hnlf furlongs
ii 1ffhC2?d' Bl,Ble 1Iorn trd. Time. 1:"t
v2 Pith 1 df Tho M"Jor th rd. Time. 1-12
3 m S,,ne an1 0'--clchth inllca-
5 ParHvf.1?1.'0,11' Tammany eec-
fl arklylte third. Time, 1:6G.
. f h Pwsults at Delmar. 1
IW? nraco,.m,, nnd seventy yards
S fT"f?Wrlaa,WOn. Tattenham sec:
' w. A-ncc antl half furlontrs
I TSoSziVi0,'n 8ccond' Gascon
nortDav7e' s1' furlonca. handlcnp-
illlefl won Gfli' I-lzzette second
"1th ?aeroe,a W' Time. 1:15.
;n Loc4.8!.x furlonff- Purse-Madoa
SrabSfi m,, and twenty yards, sell,
ul enTC:iS.3L co-nd' Bou"
3Rfv th Jt"vmilica Course.
RratrJce001,- --Jamaica results:
J2- "tra. ftvc and a Ualf furlongs Wa- ,
terlight won, Handzarra second, Austin
Allen third. Time, 1:03 4-5.
Second race, six furlongs, selling Young
Henry won, Juvenal Maxim second, Fickle
third Time, 1:14.
Third race, mile and soventy yards
Canteen, won, Ascension ficcond, Irish
Witch third. Time. 1:43 3-5.
Fourth race, the riampstead. six fur
longsMerry Dark won, Glcnecho second,
Bunk third. Time, 1:14.
Fifth race, mllo and a sixteenth Garnish
won, Champlaln second, Namlor third
Tim o. 1:17 2-5.
Sixth race, mllo and an eighth Stolen
Moments won, Lard Badge second, Bar
tender third. Time. 1:53 4-5.
CHICAGO, Oct. 0. Worth summary:
First race, live and a half furlongs
Ivan the Terrible won. Sir Brlllar second,
Ethel Day third. Time. 1:07 2-5.
Stcond race,- seven furlongs Cardinal
Wolsey won, Molslerslngcr second, Beau
tiful and Best third. Time, V.2S2-6.
Third race, mllo and an eighth Alpine
selling stakes Huzzah won, Ananias sec
ond, Agglo Lewis third. Time. 1X5.
Fourth race, six furlongs Gold Enamel
won, Cutter second, Monte third. Time,
Fifth race, one mllo Lady Jocelyn iwon,
Miss Crawford second. Lura Lighter nhlrd.
Sixth race, mllo and a quarter Bard of
Avon won, Ben Chance second, Little El
kln third. Time, 2:001-5.
On the Lewiston TTack.
LEWISTON. Ida.. OcL 20. Results:
2:10 pace Queen B. won three straight
hents, Sam Bowers second, Helena third.
Tho Lewiston dorby, mile and an
eighth Bud Wade won, Tho Pride sec
ond. Lord Eldred third. Time. ltfGlt-
Four and a half furlongs Titus won.
Bummer second, Abltona third. Time, 55
Three-quarter milo dash Zaza won,
Suburban Queen second, Salllo Goodwin
third. Time, 1:10.
Three and a half furlongs Battler won,
Judgo Thomas second, Tltijs third. Time,
BEADY FOR SATURDAY'S GAME.
High School and All Hallows Foot
ball Teams Have Last Practice.
Thd High School football team went1
through Its last hard practice before tho
All fallows gamo last evening. Tonight
the boys will go through a light signal
practice, but no scrimmage work will bo
indulged In. The team showed up well
last night and tho boys feel confident that
they will emerge with first honors on Sat
Tho collegians have little to say, but
they have been working hard for several
weeks past and expect to trim the West
Siders. The A. H. C. team is practically
an unknown quantity and they may sprlpg
a surprise on the Red and Black rooters
STOPPED I1T THIRD ROUND.
Ruf e Turner Prevented From Slaughtering-
Charles Levero in Tacoma.
TACOMA, Wash.. Oct. 20. Tho referee
prevented Rufe Turner from slaughtering
Charles Lcvere here tonight by stopping in
the third round what was to have been a
twenty-round match. Tho latter was so
clearlv outmatched that Turner only re
frained from knocking him out in the first
round through pity, and for the rest of tho
fiasco he merely hit his man enough to
keep him at a safe distance.
A good preliminary was put on between
Kid Krant and Pat Maglnnls of Seattle,
the former winning with two left punches
to the jaw In the second round.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Seattle, 7.; Los Angeles, 10.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Oct. 20. Los Angeles
won by heavy hitting. In tho latter part
of the game Seattle commenced to find
Newton nnd errors cropping out at crit
ical points, helped Seattle to Increase her
score. Newton had much tho better of
the pitching. Score:
R. XI. E.
Seattle 052 000 011 7 14 3
Los Anccles, 106 101 100 10 .18 -1
Batteries Ulckey. Williams and Leahy:
Nowton and Spies and Eager. Umplro,
Oakland, 2; Tacoma, 1.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20. Oakland
and Tacoma aided In a pitching contest
todav. Each side scored three hits.
Overall had tho Oaklanders guessing bad
lv and fanned out ten of them Tacoma's
o'ne run was a four-bagger by Eagan.
Oakland, however, won out In tho sixth
by getting a pair of hits that gave them
a tally and tho lead. Score:
R. IT. E
Tacoma O50 010 000 1 3 2
Oakland O50 011 00'-2 3 1
Batteries Overall and Graham; Jones
Portland, 7; San Francisco, 3.
PORTLAND. Or., Oct. 20 Tho home
team batted Whalen for ten hits today and
errors at critical times by tho Seals per
mitted Portland to scoro seven runs.
Thlclmah pitched a good game, but tho
playing of Portland's Infield was of ragged
R- IT. E.
Portland HO 302 00 7 10 C
San Francisco 012 05 000-3 3 4
Batteries Thlolman and Steclman:
Whalen and Wilson.
I GOLF TOURNAMENT.
Contest for Intercollegiate Champion
ship Has Begun.
HAMILTON, Maks.. Oct. 20. Play In the
Intercollegiate golf tournament for tho In
dividual championship began today. It
wao raining when twenty-four players
started for the qualifying round
of eighteen holes. Rcinhart of Prince
ton and Walter and IT. Chandler Egan,
both of Harvard, wcro regarded as
among tho leaders for tho championship
Six Harvard and six Princeton men,
with three from Pennsylvania and only
ono from Yale, qualified. Egan of Har
vard had the best card of the day, his
scoro of SO beating Bogoy by 2 W. T.
West of Princeton pressed tho Harvard
nvnrn-i floKclv. hniidlnc in a card of SI.
"Mary," said the Mis
tress, "in future always
order Golden Gate
Nululoii dors lth GOLDEN GATE
COFt'EL bat satisfaction. No
prizes no coupons no crockery.
1 and 2 !i. aromn-tlvJht tins.
Never sold In bnlk.
J. 'A. Folger (SL Cot
EstnfciliGfciocl Half a. Century
Tree Tea Selected Wisdom Tree Tea tho
pure, good tea sold in packages on 1 y.
FOREST FIRES RAGE.
Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Prop
n erty Destroyed.
LOS ANGELES. Ca Oct. 20. Forest
fires raued, all day .yesterday In Santa
Monica canyon and the, hills north of
Sawtelle and are still burning. Thou
sands of dollars -worth of property have
been destroyed by the flames and at
one time the fires were fq, near to Santa
Monica the fire department was or
dered to be in readiness to respond to
an emergency call.
The greatest damage was done In
Santa Monica canyon. The Govern
mental forestry experiment station
there was burned, entailing- a loss of
?5000. Many homes were swept away In
McLeod Wins Wrestling Match.
VANCOUVER. B. C. Oct. 20 Dan S
MeLcod won a handicap wrestling match
at tho Vancouver opera-house tonight.
His opponent was War Eagle, tho big
Blackfoot Indian chief, and tho condi
tions of tho match were that War Eagle
way to throw McLcod three times In an
hour. -War Eagle failed to get a fall
McLood nearly succeeded twice. Tho at
tendance at tho match was small.
Contests on Gridiron.
At St. Louis St. Louis university, 5;
Kentucky university, 0.
At Lincoln. Neb University of Ne
braska, 29; Lincoln medics, 0.
Best way to cure kidney trouble is
to strengthen the kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly,.
That's what Doan's Kidney Pills do.
WE NEVER MISSTATE
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By Arriving at St. Louis in the Morn
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Leave Salt Lake at 7 a. m. via the O.
S. L., U. P. and Wabash and arrive at
St. Louis 7:16 a, m. tho second morn
ing, 47 hours and 15 minutes actual run
ning time. '
Our competitors, leaving- here the
same morning, arrive at St Louis In
the evening. 10 hours and 46 minutes
longer on the road.
Returning, the Wabash leaves s
Louis 7:30 p. m. (permitting all day at
the Fair), reaches Omaha tho next
morning, connecting with the Union
Pacific "Overland Limited," arriving at
Salt Lake next afternoon at 4:20 p. m.
45 hours and 50 minutes actual running
time, with a through sleeper In both
directions, without change, between
Salt Lake and the World's Fair
Grounds or Union Depot, Sr. Louis.
Our competitors, leaving St. Louis
same evening, arrive here In the morn
ing, 15 hours and 10 minutes longer on
Examine the official Guide and verify
For rates and sleoplnc car reserva
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CLUB TALKS CANNERY.
Commercial Body Interested in Plans
of tho Horticultural Society.
In rosponso to tho ronucst of the. Salt
Lako County Horticultural .society, the
committee on manufactures and new In
dustries of tho Commercial club has taken
up tho queatlon of establishing in this
city an evaporated fruit plant and a
canning factory. The commltteo believes
that a sufficient- market can be devel
oped here to make ono or both plants re
munerative, both to tho builders and
operators, as an Investment, and to tho
frult-ralsors of this and adjoining coun
ties In creating a market for their sur-
plus products. Tho committee, of which
John S. Crltchlow Is chairman, Is desirous
of hearing from all persons interested. It
la believed that the industry affords a
flno opportunity for tho Investment of cap
ital and tho committee will do anything
In Its power to help tho project along.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Effa L. Doe to Molvina M. Wllhart,
lota C and 7, block 7, Arlington
Heights subdivision 1
Joseph Byrnm to Parley N. David,
31-3x71Vi rods In section 2S, town
ship 1 south, range 1 cast 400
J. A. Frltsch to Frank P. Adklns,
lot, 5, block 1, East Lawn subdi
Georgo N.. Lawrence to Henry W.
Lawrence, lots 21 and 22, block 5,
Eaul Parle subdivision 1
CliarleH W. Lawrenco to flame, lots
2 and 3, block S, Main Street sub
Jacobina Soronson lo L. Woodruff
ct nl., part of lot S, block 21, plat
fcjarah Dcnney to Union-Jordan Ir-
I JMfrf'-1 0DR a shirts ( I
H Jij v II FOR 1S SEAS0N represents a variety of all the latent effects In coat shirts. I
HI V''ilil Y lM H ,)lAi" fronta nnd Pleated bosoms. The most harmonious color effects, tastiest H
Ml ? 4 deS,5"S nnd ne"'cat leturca aie here 1 n a glorious fashion display. Their H
BSK $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3. I. I
WPtW fWSl l L Fal1 and Wintcr nktles are large shapes and rich colorings. -.The proper I
IffiW ftiSsS l ' collar lo wear them Avlth-18 th.e wIr,e or ix collar. .
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-t' ;- , j UNDER ELECTRIC SIGN "GRAY'S" I I
I! ! f SB' ' Continuation of the Greatest I I
j I ISf PHce-Cutting Sale of -FWs Ever I
j j-jJ ' Known in the Rocky Mountains I I
II jJv' feu'Af '" Every fur in tho house priced so low that it almost chal- I 1
tej 3 rrr W W 1 ) longes belief. Absolutely nothing reserved, and B
.W it will POSITIVELY I
fP "S ' rn can Pa7 small deposit on any selection and have it I Ij
i 'liM :- iliffi reserved for you until called for. Come today if you possibly H ji
1 j M The Fvnrrier! Knutsford Hotel. I
j Leader In Hlgta-Class and Rich Furs J 1 J
rlgatlon company, water right, Lit
tle Cottonwood creek
C. M Hansen to John A. Anderson
6t al., lota 2 to 11, Hansen's subdi
R. Knudaen to Llttlo , Cottonwood
Mining company, Wliito Squaw No.
1 lode, etc.. Llttlo Cottonwood 1
Paul Bllnn to same, White Squaw
No. 1 lode, etc., Llttlo Cottonwood 1
Mary B. Cox et al to Tom IS. Par
mele, 13 acres In the' northeast
quarter of soctlon 10, township 1
south, range 1 west 1
Waller Goalen to Emma Harris, lot
15, Fox'w subdivision CO
Salt Lako county to Utah Light &
Power company, IGOxTO rods south
west from the northeast corner of
suction 25, township 2 south, range
1 east 20
Martha J. Watson to Louis Hook,
part of lot 5, block 17, plat B 1
Robert Croft. Jr.. to Helen Croft,
lot -13, block 5, South Lawn 1
Local sugar 'stocks have been showing
considerable activity this week, as a re
sult, It Is claimed, of tho recent personal
inspection of tho Utah and Idaho plants
by President Ilavemcyer of tho tniMt. No
ono appears to know Just why the visit
of Mr. Havemcyer should make tho stocks
of the Western concerns more desirable,
but tho Impression Is quite general that
It means something Important to tho In
dustry. Amalgamated common has led the
advance, standing yesterday at ?1!0 bid
with no sellers. Utah common has reached
Si. 75. Utah preferred runs from 59. Od to
fO.Ua. Idaho is in demand, with no sellers,
at ?10.50. and Fremont County Is bring
ing 6 nnd 10 cents above par.
Louis Schank is about to build a Spanish-front
house on Canyon road and Sec
ond street, to cost $2500. Tho plans have
been prepared by Waro & Treganza.
Yesterday's bank clearings amounted to
$529,087. CG. as compared to $-12S,300.G2 for
tho corresponding day of last year.
Change in Judson Excursions.
For years the Judson excursions have
boon operated over tho Alton, but now
the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul gets
them via its short cut from Chicago to
Kansas City. Tho cars will come wett
from Kansas City, via tire Missouri Pacific
and Rio Grande. This Is a heavy busi
ness, and the Milwaukee is to bo con
gratulated In securing It.
If you are looking for wail paper, you
can get it In the latest designs and col
ors, for a short time, at reduced prices
from W. A. Duvall. Always the best.
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Texas Towns Scorched.
OAKWOOD. Tex.. Oct. 20. Fire today
destroyed several business houses. Loss. ,
$75.CO0. At Wells Point lire destroyed tho
National bank building and three other
houses. Loss, $50,000.
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aments from which most mothers
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ITo News From Buenos Ayres.
HAVANA, Oct. 20. Up to 7 o'clock to
night no news had been received of tho
Spanish Ttoyal Mall steamer Buenos
A.yrcH, which left Now York Octobur
and Is now four days ovcrduo
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California Races open Nov. 12 il
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body who plays tho races and who wants im'fl
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