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H page eigb TECE SALT !LAK33 THXBTJXE. Wednesday momong, xovevtbeb 23, ij. I
II SPOR TING NE WS E2!SH
5 v. R.ACINQ
I COLORADO TEAM.
Team Reported to Be
Claims the Championship of
Colorado on Compara
What Might Sap pen If Haddock's
Men Should Emerge Victorious
From C. C. Gome, .
J J J V1 V" 1 I i
v Some Interesting "Dope."
v Should tho University of Utah -f
v football team defeat tho Colorado -J-J-
college eleven at Cumralngs' field
- tomorrow, it will be In a position v
v to claim . tho championship of tho -J
I- "Y9st on the strength of compara
tlve scores. Since the "U" team
-I- met defeat at tho honds of tho 4
University of Colorado early In the -season,
tho Boulder team has met j
and defeated Nebraska, lied Kan
sas and lost to the Colorado School
v of Mines. Last Saturday the Colo-I-
rado college, team tied tho Colorado
liners. Therefore, should Mad
v dock's men defeat tho C. C. team
r tomorrow, they would stand at tho
v liead of the list of Western teams.
I At Cummlngs' field this afternoon,
Coach Maddock and his assistants will
put the "U" gridiron gladiators through
their last practice before tho big gamo
with Colorado college on Thanksgiving
u..y. The afternoon will be spent In run
ning through signals, after which Coach
Maddock will give his Instructions for
Colorado College Team Strong.
The 'Varsity men are all In good shape
and tho best of spirits. They rcalizo that
they are going up against a tough propo
sition but feel equal to the occasion and
hope to emerge victorious. Tho Colorado
ollegc football team Is ono of the strong
est In the State; In fact, they have a
-lalm on the championship. Tho School
of Mines team defeated the Boulder
' leven and last Saturday the Colorado
ollego team played a tie game with tho
Miners. This makes them tied with tho
iolden crowd in the championship race.
Tho C. C. eleven, accompanied by Coach
Juneau and Manager Hester, will arrive
n the city tonight over the Bio Grande
Western. They will do no practico work
in this city before the game.
Tho University of Utah football team la
aoklng better than it has at any time
for years past. Tho men are all In flno
'eltle and are prepared for a battlo royal
Should Maddock's "ITurry-Ups" defeat
the C. C, eleven they will In a way wipe
ut the defeat administered by the Boul
dor eleven and will be In a position to
flalm the championships of both States.
On comparative scores they could claim
the Western championship, for Boulder
defeated Nebraska and tied Kansas. Tho
'Varsity men realize what Is at stake and
rrc leaving nothing undono to win to
I SENATORS IN POOR FORId.
Tuxedoes Annex All Three Games at
the League Alleys Last Evening.
Many splits and errors and few strikes
were the features of tho Senators' rolling
at the league alloys last evening, Tho
Tuxedoes did not break any world's rec
ords themselves but annexed all tlireo
pames without difficulty. Below ore tho
171 171 191
Hamilton US 131 100
Salamander l, -...,213 0- 202
G Smith 179 171 1-M
McLeod 190 193 212
Pluggo , 113 201 190
Hull 144 133 12
Walker .- 13G 125 1S4
Gates 163 1SJ 209
Wilson 1C3 171 107
Tuxedoes, 2GS9: Senators, 2433."1 81 Sh
Burns Victor at Wrestling.
DAVENPORT, la., NoV. 22. Farmer
viurna of Big Bock, la., and Jim Parr of
i ondon. England, wrestled hero tonight.
3. urns won the first .fall In 21 minutes and
' .ie second In 19 minutes.
I Do we set - u p for a
Indeed we do ; and there's
need ? '
Write for our Knowledge BooV, A Schilling &
Company, San Fnndco. f '
H Tarf Exchange
VA CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
j And All Sporting Events.
23 W. 2nd South.
I Ull LAKE "
20S MAIN ST.
California and Eastern races.. Direct
'vire for all sporting ovents. lw' '
ALL HALLOWS VS. PROVO.
'ollcgians Mix With a Picked Utah
County Team on Thursday.
At Provo on Thnnksglvlng day the All
Hallows collego football team will go
against a picked cloven from tho Garden
city. -The Utah county aggregation Is an
unknown quantity, having played but one
gamo this year. They defeated tho O,
S. Tj. eleven early In the season by an
overwhelming score. Coach Bassctt re
ports that his men are all In first-class
condition and they expect to down their
opponents without much trouble.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Los Angeles, 1; Seattle, 8.
LOS ANGELES, CuJ., Nov. 22. Tho
Angola saw their last chanco of win
ning tho championship slipping away this
afternoon when the Seattlo sluggers bat
ted Mason out of the box and fell hard
upon Oscar Jones, who relieved him.
It, H. E.
T.oa Angeles 000 010 000 1 7 3
Seattlo 021 000 203 8 17 0
Batteries Jones, Mason and Spies; C.
Hall and Blankcnshlp. Umpire Brown,
Tacoma, 3; Portland, 2.
FRESNO, Cal., Nov. 22. Tacoma won In
the tenth Inning today, McLaughlin was
at third and Thomas tapped the ball down
to Beck, who shot It across to first. Kcl
lackey attempted to catch It but tho sun
got In his eyes and ho had to let It go
by, McLaughlin coming In with tho win
ning run Both of Portland's runs were
gifts from Thomas, who, In two Innings
when tho bases were full, hit one man
and gave another four bad ones. Score:
r. ir. e.
Tacpma 100 000 1001 3 S 3
Portland 010 100 0000 2 G 4
Batteries Thomas and Graham; Butler
and Frary. Umpire Perrlne.
Oakland, 0; San Francisco, 1.
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 21 Corbett and
Schmidt wero tho rivals on tho firing line
tcday and each pitched shut-out ball.
Luck was with San Francisco, however,
as a hit and an error brought in the only
run of the gamo In tho sixth. Score:
R. H. E.
Oakland 000 000 000- 0-t3
San Francisco 000 001 00 1 3 2
Batteries Schmidt and Starke; Corbett
and Wilson. Umpire McDonald.
Oakland Entries for Wednesday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 22.-Oakland
entries for Wednesday aro:
First race, sdx furlongs, selling, three-
yeur-oius una up:
Walnut Hill 103 dish 100
Flaneur WMyrtlo It.... ...... 99
Karabel 107 Lady Rowcll 104
Ethel G M Dandy Belle 112
Kukellk 112Innsburck 107
Wandering Boy .lWLedus 112
Miss May Bow
Second race, five furlongs, maiden two-year-old
Entrenou3 lOSGlendcno 10S
Abba 103Sun Roso 103
Lily Goldlng 103Babow ICS
Vol lCCMacene 10S
Fanara 103TarcooIa Belle ...103
Third race, Futurity course, selling,
Yada 101 Corn Blossom ,...103
Bob Ragon lOSGeorgo P. Mc-
Maxnard 97 Near 109
Princess Zula ,...103Dlug Dong Sec. .104
Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles, four-year-olds and up, selling:
Ma J. Tenny 95Evea 6 95
Achilles 9SMorengo 100
Hermencla 95 Heather Honey .. 95
Monla 95 Allopath 103
Fifth race, six furlongs, three-year-olds
and up, selling:
Whoa Bill ICCSalntlv 112
Mullah l07Sugdcn 112
Hlpponax 112 Doublet .... , 103
Alice Carey 112 Belle Reed 107
Aunt Polly 107Joo Frey Ill
Dotterel 103 Sterling Towers . 95
Scoutsman 101 ,
Sixth race, one mile, three-year-olds,
Red Cross Nurse. 100 Hodatrlx 103
Play Eall 100 Northwest 101
Ocyrohc 103 MIndano ICO
Weather clear; track fast.
Old Glory Auction Sale.
NEW YORK. NOv. 22. Better prices
were realized today at the Old Glory
auction salo at Madison Square garden
than on Monday. During the day 77 horses
wcro sold, for a total of J3G.&5, an aver- i
ago of slightly more than $178.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mutual Investment company to
George Uland et al., warranty deed
S rods by 35 feet in lot C, block
121, plat A.; j GOO
Thomas Watkins to Susan Watklns.
7x2 rods northwest from 3 rods
west of southeast corner lot 1.
block 23, plat D i
Peter S. Condle to Thomas S. Con
die, 17C.39 acres In section C, town
ship 2 south, range 1 west i
M. H. Walker to Lawrence Bennett,
lot 3G and south half lot as. hinnir
1, Glenn subdivision 025
John. Gabbott to Charles IJ. Smith,
lot 19. block I. Gabbott's addition.. SCO
Dadd LMurdock to Frank N. Ban
croft, lSx24, feet In block 32, plat
Bank of Commerce to William R.
Warren, lot 1. block 137, plat D .... SS0
Inez F. Leaker to Llzzlo K. Simons.
10 feet by 8 rods northwest from
southeaet corner lot S, block CO,
Plat B '. ; 3,750
H. E. Jenkins to R. E. McConaughy,
C6 by 12Q feet southeast from north
west corner lot 24, block 2, Doull
Bros." subdivision i
Ann Adamson to Murray Cltv. 2
acres In sections 3 and 12', township
2 south, range 1 west 20-3
C. J. O Irwin to F. O. Frlck, quit
claim deed. Rescue lode, etc.. Little
Hannah E. Bartlott to Mrs. M. S,
Houtz, agreement to sell. 10x3'j
rods, northwest from V. rods west
of southeast corner lot 2, block 60.
Plat C J 2,400
Estate of Isabella Downing to John
E. Shafcr, administrator's deed,
2',4xl0 rods southwest from south
east corner lot S, block 33, plat A... 4,200
Will Do Brokerage Business.
The Success Brokerago company has
filed articles of Incorporation with tho
County Clerk. It will carry on a general
brokerage business. Five hundred dol
lars constitute tho capital stock. It Is
divided Into 5000 shares of the par value
of ton cents each.
Richard B. Shopard Is president and
treasurer, George A, Shopard, vice-president
and secretary, and II, E. Murray la
Mrs. I. C. GIobz leaves for New York
on December 23 to complete arrange
ments for an exclusive ladles' tailoring
department. Plans for the remodeling of
tholr three-stoi-y building to suit the de
mands of the new department are now
being made. Mr. and Mrs. Giosz having
made arrangements to occupy the entire
building. Tho now department will be
opened about January 15.
I Sick headache results from a disor
dered stomach and 19 quickly cured by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. For sale by. all leading druggists.
lad Put Up Their Staff
She Was Played From Four
to One to Six to
Mare Never Got to the Front and
Finished in Third Raco in
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. The talent
suffered a disappointment at Oakland to
day when Ponapa went down to defeat in
the third race. She was played from 4 to
1 to C to C, while II. L. Frank, the opening
favorite, receded to 3 to 1. Ponapa never
got to tho front and finished in tho ruck.
First race, seven furlongs, selling Fla
neur won, Melsterslnger second, Penzance
third. Time. 1-.2S&.
Second race, five furlongs, purse Smithy
Kane won, Phalanx second, Golden Buck
third. Time, l:0u
Third race live and a half furlongs, sell
ing Cerro Santa won, II. L. Frank sec
ond. Redan third. Time. 1:07.
Fourth race, one mile, selling Ripper
won, Hindoo Princess second, Sllu:Ian
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling Ro
malne won. Sol Llchtensteln second, El
Piloto third. Timo, 1:27.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards, sell
ing Elliott won, Telephone second, Graf
ter third. Time, IMC.
Tips on Oakland Races.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. Examiner
tips on Oakland races for Wednesday aro:
First Karabel, Flaneur, Miss May
Second Enlrc Nous, Glcndene, Babow.
Third George P. McNear, Rossbourno,
Fourth Eva G., Allopath, , Heather
Fifth Joe Frey, Scotsman, Doublet.
Sixth Northwest, Ocyrohe, Red Cross
At Cumberland Park.
NASHVILLE. Tcnn.. Nov. 22. Cumber
land park results: First race, 1 1-1C mllos
Jordan won, Santa Teresa second, Sam
Craig third. Time, 1:52?.
Second race, five furlongs Tho Gleam
won, Shock The Talent second, Besterllng
third. Time, 1:034.
Third race, steeplechaso, short course
Chanloy won, Cardigan second, Schwurz
wald third. Time, 3:09.
Fourth race, bIx furlongs Chambleo
won, Laura Hunter second, Ida Davis
third. Time, 1:15.
Fifth race, six furlongs Dameron won,
Annie Chapman second, Gascouno third.
Sixth race, mile, selling Llla Noel won,
Mildred L,. second, Bello Dodson third.
Results at Bennings.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 22. Bcnnlngs re
sults: First race, six and a half furlong
Shady 'Lad won. Arsenal second, Al For
tcn third. Time. 1:22 1-5.
Second race, five furlongs Massa i.-on,
Critical second. Little Buttercup third
Timo. 1:02 2-5.
Third race, first running of the Junior
steeplechase for 3-yenr-oIds, about 2 miles
Sunshine After Rain won. Vestment sec
ond. Knight of Elway third. Time. 1.01.
Fourth race, the Dixie, mile and three
quarters The Southerner won, Ostrich
second, Andrew Mas third. Time, 3:00 3-5.
Fifth race, mile, Columbia course
Wclrdsome won, Von Rosen second, Tom
Lawson third. Time, 1:43 1-5.
Sixth race, mllo and seventy yards, old
course Panlque won. Sllverfoot second,
Lord AIntreo third Time, 1:43 2-5.
Royal Bread isj pure; every loaf beam
our label with the crown. At all
grocers and flrnt-class restaurants.
Is the World 1
By Henry van Dyke.
There are few men who would not ho
presuming in answering- this question.
Henry van Dyke, preacher, educator,
humanitarian, man of loiters, treats
this question clearly, frankly, truly, In
tho December number of Everybody's
As back numbers of Everybody's
Magazine are out of print, the previous
chnpters of Mr. Lawson's "Frenzied
Finance" contained In the numbers
from July to November Inclusive are
republished In a pamphlet, at 25 cent"
a copy. .This pamphlet (eighty pages)
will be sent free to any new subscriber
to Everybody's Magazine who requests
It and who sends one dollar for a year's
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ber number. Address The Rldgway
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Warde Leading- Tennis Player.
NEW YORK, Nov 22. Tho executive
committee of the United States Lawn Ten
nis company today made public the re
port of tho ranking committee for 1901.
Holcomb Wardo Is ranked as tho leading
tennis player of tho country for singles,
and Wardo and Bcals Wright are tho lead
Fought Nineteen Rounds.
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. 22. Art Slmma
of Akron and Bert Wing of Cloveland,
lightweights, fought 19 rounds before 300
sports In a roadhouso near this city to
night. Simms knocked Wing out with a
left swing to tho Jaw after a contest that
was pretty oven up to the last round. Tho
fight was said to bo for a purse of ?500.
Via Oregon Short Line.
SL Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via SL Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago .. 48.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Ofllcc 201 Main SL
Fired on the Kadi.
TANGIER, Nov. 22. Kadi Sir Harry
MacLean, commander of the Sultan of
Morocco's body guard whllo traveling
frcm Laraicho to Tangier by way of Ar
zlla (twenty-five miles southwest of Tan
gier) was fired upon and his horso killed.
Tho Kadi whs not injured.
The man who insures hJs life is
wise for his family.
The man who Insures his health
is Avlse both for his family and
You may Insure health by guard
ing It. It Is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
which generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani
fests Itself in Innumerable ways
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE
Supervising Architect. Washington. D. C '
November 10. 190-1. Sealed proposals wlil
be received at this office until 3 o'clock
p m.. on the Sth day of December, 1904
and then opened, for the Installation of
two electric passenger elevators In tho
United States courthouse and postofflco
at Salt Lake City, Utah. In accordance
with drawings and specification, copies
of which may bo obtained at this office
at tho discretion of the Supervising Archi
tect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR,
C1071 Supervising Architect.
mmiti min s?bi mm.
I The Gardner idea. I
I "clothes for everybody," S
u ( f I Has been carried out to a
W? i rprj""' nicety this season.
rsiSr-7! Tho aim to meet tiie '
fltW xWzfeC clot-llGS requirements of all !
MfSl '-'Wm classes has been successful j
iff lJ Jl Dd 0Ul' bj'eCt accom"
WP An example of which is Lj
mllimh presented in the showing of I
men's suits. I
lllf"iJff Commencing at ?5 (we 1
SI lirmi A- C0Uld vontlll'e 110 !wer for ; j
W!iZ f jfft Equality sake), with suits ; I
(O55 fully equal lo that price, i
And by raises of 50c or 1, : I
we run the scale up to ?35.
Within that range men in all walks of life may be suited L
according lo the dictation of their taste and the limits of their f
As wilh the suits, so it is with Overcoats, Undenvear,
Shirts and the other things men wear. '
; Same with boys' clothes. f
Store open this eveaing for Thanksgiving shopping. j
I phicb Jo Pa GARDNER maw street ; I
I THE QUALITY STORE i j
One of Boston's bi,g wholesale shoe houses wa3 forced to suspend business
the stock had to be disposed of at sacrifice prices. Our Mr. Ben Davis, who is
constantly on the lookout for opportunities of this Kind, at once got busy and
managed to secure 10,000 pairs of worn en's, men's, boys', misses' and child's
jj shoes. It was a monster side purchase, but we're going to sell them at such ri-
diculously low prices that it won't take long to turn them into cash,
1 " 9 - 1 11 S Misses', Youths and Child's
JI ' AJ XJ Box Calf and Vici Kid Lace
Shoes, made to sell at $1,50
and $1.75; all sizes, SvHo2 i
D and E width; any foot in 1
this run of sizes can be
properly fit m this dollar lot.
! Boys', Misses' and Youths' B Zj. J i
Shoes; Regular Retail Price M j
1 $2.25 to $3.50 a Pair; Are Ip ' i
S Made in Box Calf, Velour ft !
f Calf, Vici Kid, Patent Colt- f I
skin, Etc; all late styles, all - . j
sizes; the most remarkable H j
bargain ever offered m ;
j Men's' and ' Ladies Shoes; j
1 .'R sJ? G"00 Dependable Footwear j
j H Mmmrn at Tndr Regular Prices of
j jg $3.00 and $3.50; at $1.95 f
j ' S they are the Greatest Value j
P ' ,,; . Ever Offered; Made in Box j
H . :- .; Calf, Patent Coltskin, Velour II
JS . Calf and Vici Kid; all sizes;
1 ,iS5, . all new styles; Goodyear Jij
welt soles; Blucher & Lace, jj
P ikY ki flOIP FD!Fi Handsomdy !iustrated- con'!
j fil& fl iliVJIJLa i laLaLiI taininj Full Descriptions of the jj
Latest sty'es of Footwear. Mailed on Application to the Out-of-Town Trade. i
238 and 240 Main St. l
) iT Both Phnes W
I 7 6$5' j,