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I 6 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, ID Off. s I,
ITEN INNINGS TO
I After a Tenacious Struggle the
Quakers Go Down Before
I Pittsburg Players.
I; CHICAGO WINS EASY
I CONTEST FROM BROOKLYN
' Windy City Batters Drive Pas-
torions From Box Early
J in Game,
i NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of Olubs.
U r. w. l. p.c.
B Chicago -62 SC 16 .03J
1 Pittebur ..47 SI 16 .M
& New TorkTv.v,.-...E2 32 JO .N5
1 St. Louis -U-...tf H 29 .453
4 Brooklyn 20 -
i ClnclrntttfTT IS 20 33 .377
J Boston 13 5G .23
Pittsburg '5, Philadelphia 3.
J PHTXADEL4,HXA4 Juno 11. PUtiiburff de-
1 feated Philadelphia today In a well played tn-
4 innlne game. Clarke played a coneplcnoni
j part In the gunc, both at the bat and In tho
I fleld Bcoro: R. H. B.
1 rittsburg .0 0101100025 13 2
j Philadelphia .... ..1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 12 2
1 Batteries Ltafletd. Lecver, Gibson and
' Fholpn; Sparks and Donovan, Two-baso hits
Ganlcv. Clark. Doolln. TVugnor. Thrce-bae
8 hit Nealon. Struck but By Sparks 2 Base
,8 on balls Oft Sparks 3, off Leever 8, Llcfleld.
T Chicago 8, Brooklyn 3.
.5 BROOKLYN", Juno 11. Chicago wop eaolly
1 from tho local NatlonulB today, batting Paa-
I torJus out of tho lox In four Innings. Score:
5 H. E.
1 Chicago 3 2 0,1 0 0 2 0 0 S 12 2
1 Brooklyn ,0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 03 8 0
i Batteries Overall and Kllng; Faatorlun, Mo-
Intyre and Hitter. Two-base hits Caiey,
4 Batch. Throe-baso hit Kllng. Homo run
a Schulte. Bae on balls Off Pontorlun 2, off
J Overall 6, Btruck out By Mclntyro 6, by
I Overall E. Umpire Klem.
3 St. Louis 8, Boston 1.
I BOSTON. Juno 11. BoRton was demoralized
i today nnd St. Louis won without special cf-
I fort, Scoro: Ft. H. E.
5 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7 0
St. Louis 0 1021010 3-S 9 1
I Batteries Lindam and Brown; Taylor nnd
I Grady. Two-base hit Howard. Base on balls
13 Off Taylor, off LIndaman 4. Struck out By
If Taylor 3, by LIndaman 2. Umpire Carpen-
1 1 New York 1, Cincinnati O.
j NEW YORK. Juno 11. Tho home team won
j today from Cincinnati. Tho winning tally In
I j the fifth Inning wan made on Bowrmnn"a
I single, McGInclty's sacrifice and Bresnahan'a
, hit. Score; R. H. E.
h Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1
Now York 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 5 0
L; Batteries Fraslcr ana Livingstone; McGln-
v nlty and Bowermun, Eaao on balls Off Mc-
' Glnnlty, off Frasler 2. Struck out By Mc-
I'j Glnnlty i, by Fraaer 1. Throe-base hit Llv-
I ( lnrstone. Umpires Conway and O'Day.
j ' JBOXERS VISIT WRESTLERS,
j f Frankie Nell and Friends Visit Ross
3 nnd Wille.
Say- Nellie dear, and did you hear
t Tho news thafo goln' 'round?
I The Dutch and Scotch arelookcd to mix
J f At the Ealt-Palace battle-ground.
J Excerpt from Danish Poems "by Bcnnott.
J The betting on tho outcome of tho wrcst-
J ling match to be held at tho Salt Palace on
I Thursday evening, Juno 14, botween Charles
E Rosb of Salt Lake and John Wlllo of Chicago,
la Htrong among the lovers of aquaro sport.
and slightly favors tho lad from tho Windy
Yesterday both men wont through their usu-
jf al routine of training, tho monotony of which
3 was pleasantly relieved by tho, visit to their
respective quarters by Frankie Nell of San
I Francisco, one of the foremost flghU'rs In
' the country, "Spider" Kelly, tho noted hand-
'" lcr of milt artists on tho coast, and "Buddy"
t Rafael. 1
i' Most of tho day was spent In "old recol-
l lections" talk, and tho only regret that tho
i boxers expressed at having to "bo on their
J way" for the coming boxing-feat In rejuven-
if mod San Krancloco. was that other engagc-
t mcnts would not permit their staying over
here for the big match,
I There will bo four preliminary bouta between
;J the best amateurs In the Statu.
H; What City League Is Boing.
Hl Tho managcra of the City lcaguo baseball
5 teams mot last evening at the Lyric enfo. The
B' resignation of Frank DcCluo, treasurer of tho
r league, was reculvcd and nccnpttil, and Earl
Hl Slegcl was elected to tho position Urns mado
-ncanl. X vote of thanks wno tendered to
Hl Mr. DcCluq .for his faithful service.
H DeCluc waa formerly manager of the Dln-
Hit woodey team, but has left that establlhlimtnt
Hr and consequently reolgnod IIiIr iwsltlon alxo.
Hj Mr. Bean will hcruafter tend to the business
Hj end of tho furnlturo team's operations.
1 Tho nchedulo of league games for next Sun-
H1 day follows: Slcgcls vs. Lyric Cafe at Salt
Hj Palace grounds; Salt J.akc Hardware xv. Din-
Hl. Woodcys at. Walker's Hold. Turf Exchange v.
s Jolth-OBrlen at Fort Douglntf. All gninos
H1; will htart promptly ul 10 a. in.
- Anglers Leaving- for Canyons,
J Members of the trlbo of Sir Isaac Walton
3 -"far digging out 'tholr fishing tackle and' pre-'
U paring to hlo away ta tho faal running can-
fl -r yon brooks. Midnight, Juno H, the llshlng
JJ 1 seanon opens. Yestcrduy several parties, com-
9 Kscd chlclly of Salt Lako business men,
3 starred for Strawberry valley, to be gone for
3 periods varying from two week to a month
1 i' and a half. ,, . ' I
3 Today several parties will leave for Weber,
J Morgan and East Canyon. Within a day or
m two tho procession to the-canyons will bo-on
H In earnest,
fj Several old-tlmcra who have bcn out In
II " the hills scouting around for a good place, to
M ' locate camp report that the aireams are
running high nnd that the water Is rather
s Play for Big Side Bet.
On Sunday next tho Lyric Cafo ball towers
nnd the Murray baseball team will play for
tho biggest sldo bot that hns kq far been
mado this Bcaaon. Each side has deposited tlCO
to say that thoy will win and failure to do so
means tho forfeiture of this neat Uttlo sum,
Tho game, will bo played on the Murray dia
mond at 3:30 p. m. Tho line-up of tho Lyrics
follows: Everett, catcher; Stuyner, pitcher;
Moffatt, first bae; O'Donncll, second buse; H.
Hanson third buso; Bloomqutst, shortstop;
Thomas, center field; Irvine, left field, and D.
Hanson, right field.
I Three League Games This Wpek.
Local fans will got their share of baseball
this week. On Wednesday' afternoon Tark
City and Eureka will play at Walker's ileld.
Wednesday Is Miners' union day and the
' teams from both camps are anxious to celo-'
brate tho day by a victory. As a consequence
both havo held their most expert slab artists
In reserve for tho game.
S On Saturday and Sunday next Eureka and
fj the Dubei Tailors will cross bats at Walker's
ft field. These are the top notch aggregations
- In the league and omo good ball will bo
1 English Tennis Team Selected.
Hl LONDON. June 11. H. L. Doherty and S.
H H Smith, In the singles, and R.;F. nnd H. L.
Doherty', In the doubles, havo been selected
to represent England In the contest for the
9 Dwlght F. Davla International tennis chal-
3 lenge .cup.
A Tho American team has not yet been defl-
Q f nltcly- chosen. I
!J ASK ANY SHORT LINE AGENT
I - ' xAbout Juno 16.
DYGERT5S CURVES PUZZLE
ST. LOUIS BATTERS
New Yorkers Bunch Their Hits
in Final Game and Shut
Standing of Clubs.
' P. W. L. P.C.
New York ,...V. 47 31 18 -650
Philadelphia 6 2S IS -09
Cleveland 43 2G 17 .0OJ
Detroit : t. 43 23 20 .535
St. Louis 4S 21 24 .E00
Chicago 44 20 24 -155
Washington 46 1" 29 .370
Boston .-. 4S 13 35 .271
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 1.
ST. LOUIS. Juno 1L Inability to hit Dy
gcrt loot for SU Louln today. Scorer
. R. II. E.
St. Loula U51000000 0 I 3 1
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 35 9 1
Batteries Howell and Spencer; Dygcrt and
New York 3, Chicago O.
CHICAGO. Juno H, By bunching hits New
York today nhut out Chicago In the final gome
of thft aeries. Score: R. 1L E.
Chicago ...... .......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 6 1
Now fork 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 13 7 1
Batteries Smith and Sullivan j Hogr and
Boston 7, Detroit 5.
DETROIT, Juno U. Borton'n hitting and
Harris's pitching wero tho only features of
a very badly playod gamo. Scoro: R. H. E,
Detroit ....0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 C 6 4
Boston 0 0 1 r. 0 1 0 0 07 13 3
Butteries Slevr, Eubanka and Payne; Tan
nchlll, Harrln and ArmbVURtor.
Washington 6, Cleveland 4.
CLEVELAND, June 11. Washington bunched
threp singles, two triples and a home run off
Joss and scored five runs, . winning tho gam.
Fnlkenberg, while hit hard, wan tffectlvn with
nrm on bases. Score! R. H. E,
Cleveland ...v 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 14 14 2
Washington 1 0 0 p 0 0 0 0 06 10 1
BatterlefiJoFS, Eels 'and Clark; Falkenberg
Pueblo 4, Des Moines 4.
PUEBLO, Juno 11. To allow Des Moines to
catch a train tho game was called today at
the end of tho seventh Inning, the score be
ing 4 to 4. Score: R. II. E
Pueblo 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 I 11 0
Des Moines 0 0 2 0 0 2 04 6 0
Battorloe Volcndorf and Sohrant; McKay
and Towno. v
Denver 4, Sioux City O.
DENVER, Juno 11. Wright b splendid pitch
ing and perfect support shut out Stoux City
today. Tho visitors were held to one hit up to
the ninth Inning, Scoro: R, H. E.
Denvor 2 0000101 4 10 0
Sioux City 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 4
Butteries Wright and Scalusky; Corbett
Omaha 6, Lincoln 5.
LINCOLN, Juno 11. Omaha won In a close
game In which thero was much dissatis
faction with sovoral decisions by Umplro
Fuller. Everything by tho spectators was
threatened near the close of the game. Scoro.
R. H. E,
Lincoln 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 25 11 2
Omaha .0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 7 2
Batteries Morse, Jones and Zlnran; Sanders
American Association Games.
At Columbus Columbus, 1; Kansas City, A.
At Louisville LouIstIHo, 4; Minneapolis, 3.
At IndlanapollD Indianapolis, C, St, Paul, 3.
At Toledo First game Toledo, 1, Milwau
kee, - -i. Second game Toledo, 3; Milwau
POLICE IGNORED CHALLENGE.
Have Failed to Accept Defi. of Mail
Carriers for Ball Game.
The mall carriers aro somewhat Indignant
over tho failure of tho policemen to accept
their chollengo for a basoball game. The
following letter from Carrier Randolph makes
porno curt icmnrks on the situation:
Some days ago your paper published a
challenge from the letter carrlora to tho po
llcomen of Salt Lako. As yet the blue-coatod
dandles have not answered . Uncle Sam's men,
but havo contented thenipolvea with babellng
out hot air bunches through tho papers.
In Saturday's Telegram they had tho ex
traordinary gall to tell tho letter carriers to
go get a reputation for themselves, If they
wished to ploy the Salt Lnku jwlle.
Oh, what a headachot 1 wonder If they ex
pect us to gain tho sumo kind of n rep. that
the avcrago Salt Lako policeman has. If so,
I can truthfully state that there will be no
ball ganic between us. i
Handsome Earl says the police will not
play for charity, as they are tired of doing
that All well nnd good, my white-vested
beauties. Fix up any way you aco lit In that
regard. But I should think a blush of shame
would spread over your features when you
mention charity. For If ever n charitable act
wns done, It was when tho Salt Lake lcttor
carriers agreed to teach you to play thnt lit
tle game called baseball.
Now, coino on, Mr. Sheets, "Sergt. Yon Von
'Temple, und hundsomo Earl Ripley und show
WILL VISIT AMERICA.
Sir Thomas Lipton Will Come Here,
Perhaps on Yachting Business.
NEW YORK. June 11 R. A. C. Smith was
an nrrlval from Liverpool yeaUrday on the
Cultlc Whllo abroad he spent several days
ubourd the -steam yacht Erin with Sir Thomas
Lipton, while the Irish Baronet was cruising
In tho Mediterranean. He mudo tha Interest
ing ntntemont that Sir Thomas would visit
the United States during the coming summer,
but could say' nothing about his yachting
plans, cither with respect to the possibility
of Shamrock III starting in the King's cup
rnce off Newport or with regard to a chal
lenge for the Americas cup.
Results at Latoula.
CINCINNATI, Juno 11. Latonla results.
First race, seven furlongs Capltnno won.
Dalesman second, Bill Carter third. Time,
Second race, four and a half furlongs Lox
ollno won, Montalben second, Crackenthorpe
third. Time, S5 2-G seconds.
Third raco. six furlongs Lady Carrol won,
Conert second, Ethel Day third, Time, 1:14 3-5.
Fourth race, ono mile Cottontown won,
Henri' Scott second. Daring third. Time,
Fifth race, flvo furlongs Billy VertrccB won,
Friction second, Mlldreno third. Time, 1:02 1-5.
Sixth rnca, seven furlongs Revolt won,
Sharp Boy second, Royal Legend third. Time,
Sevcnth race, mllo and a sixteenth Tom
Roberts won, Tho Gadlly second, Daniel C.
third. Time, 1:47 3-5.
Races on Gotham Track.
NEW YORK. June 11. Gravescnd results;
First race, six furlongs Ryo won, Keator sec
ond, Nannlo Hodge third. Time. 1:09 3-C.
Second raco. steeplechase, about two and a
half miles Knight of Elway won. Dromedary
second. Oro third. Time, 4 :53 3-S.
Third tace. mllo and a furlong Grenade
won. HuIIsoto second, Oliver Cromwell third.
Time, 1:53 1-5.
Fourth race, the Bedford stakes, five fur
longsAcrobat won. Master Lester second
Red Rlvor third. Time. 1:02,
Fifth race, uclllng. mile and a sixteenth
Jnneta won, . Palotio second, Edith James
third. Time, 1:48 4-5.
Sixth race, live furlongs Fountalnbluo won
Bataatcrson second, George 8. Davis third
Challenge for Tipton Cup Filed.
SAN DIEGO, June 11. A challenge for the
Tipton cup, raced for each year under the
auspices of the San Diego1 Yacht club, has
been filed by tho South Coast Yacht club of
LO" AngeleB, The .yachts entered aro tho
Mischief No. l; Mlchlef No. 2, Monson, Skl
dop and ono unnamed. Tho races occur In
PARK CITY WINS
Defeats Eurkea in Contest Char
acterized hy Fast Base Run
ing and Fielding.
With Green Man in Box, Losers
Fought Splendid Uphill
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, Jun 11. Pork City won from Eu
reka again today In a gamo which, while
not free from errors by any means, wan full
of sensational playo, clever boae running and
foat fielding. Tho scoro was 7 to 4, and not
withstanding the faot that Eurtkx loat the
game the fans who were present went away
feeling that the locals had put up a very
credltablo up-hill contftat.
New Man in Box.
Manager Thompson allowed Johnron, who
usually hangs out at short, to pitch for Eu
reka, In order that Rush might bo held In
rewirro for tho gamo at Salt Lako next
Wednesday. This was a disappointment to tho
fans at tho otnrt, because Johnson had never
ben accuped of being a pitcher, but before
the gamo was fairly opened he rhowed him
self to be a twlrler of considerable ability.
Came Nearly Being Home Run.
He held the Park City team down to nlno
hits. All singles but ono, and this ono came
awfully near being n home run. It enmo In
tho first Inning, when Sage drove tho ball out
to left field. Tho ball struck a few Inchrs bo
low tho Up of tho high board fence and bound
ed back with such forco that Rush got It be
foro It reached tho ground, and held Sago
on the second sack. This waa the first time
that a ball has been hit up ngalmtt the fenco
this season, and nono have ever been put over
for home runs. Johnson walked four men, but
then, on the other hand, he struck out eight
as against two to tho credit of Zimmerman,
tho Park City twlrler.
Execute Fast Double Plays.
Double plays were almost as numerous as
fllcfl In tho good old summer time, and four
of them, all of tho spectacular order, were
pulled off by Eureka players. Tho fielding of
a bunt hit by Johnson In the fifth, when he
threw the ball homo, returning a runnor at
the plato before putting tho batter out ut first,
was ono of tho fastest plays ever seen on the
local diamond. Johnson made a similar play
In tho seventh. The only difference was that
he rotlred a runner at second and O'ConnclI
assisted In the double by whipping the ball
over to first. Both Northrop and Taylor pulled
down lino drlvea and turned them Into double
Showed Signs of Weakening Gnce.
The only time that Zimmerman showed
signs of weakening waa In the seventh Inning,
when O'ConnclI, Wall and Northrop hit safe,
scoring tho two first named Both Johnson
and Zimmerman fielded their positions well.
Spllman carrlod off tho batting honors, mak
ing three safe ones out of four times at tho
PARK CITY AB. R. H. PO, A. E.
Clark, lb. 5 2 2 10 0 0
Borry, rf 2 2 0 1 0 2
Orayson. rf. I 0 0 1 1 0
Ryan. 2b 5 0 0 2 1 2
Zimmerman, p 5 0 2 1 4 0
Sago, cf 4 0 1 5 0 0
Lambert, c 4 0 0 i2 - 1 1
Spllman, If 4 2 3 2 0 0
Vcrmllyae. us. . 3 110 10
Buttcrflold, 3b 2 0 0 3 1 1
Totals 35 7 9 27 9 6
1 EUREKA AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
O'Connell, 2b 5 113 3 0
Wall, cf 4 1110 0
Northrop, 3b 5 .0 1 1 3 2
McKcan, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
King, lb 4 119 0 1
Johnson, p 4 1 2 0 3 -0
Lumlcy. c 2 0 0 10 3 0
Taylor, e 4 0 112 1
.Rush, If 3 0 1 0 0 1
Totals 33 4 S 27 14 5
Scoro by Innings R. H. E.
Park City 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 17 8 6
Eureka 0 101011004 8 5
Summary: Earned runs Park City, 4; Eure
ka. 3. Two-base hit Sage. Struck out By
Johnson, 8; by Zimmerman, 2. Bases on balls
Off Johnson, 4; off Zimmerman, 2. Hit by
pitcher Rush. Socrlflc hits Lumley. Butter
ileld. Base on orrors Park City, 1; Eureka,
3. Double plays Taylor to King, Johnson to
Lumlcy to King, Johnson to O'Connell to
King, Northrup to O'Connell. Orayson to
Clark. Umpire Billy Dutch Time 1 hour, 45
minutes. Attendance 500.
CYCLISTS GO TO DENVER
Find Competition at Saucer Too Keen,
and Hunt Greener Pastures.
From present appearances Denver may share
with Salt Luko In the bicycle racing game this
seanon. Six men who opened the season on
the local track have packed up their belong
ings und hied to the Queen City with tho
hope of stirring up Interest In tho cycling
The names of tho men aro Wilcox. Gunn,
Agraz, Achorn, Shadduck and Rosenblatt. At
the present time A.' J. Payment Is manager of
the Denver track, but It Is understood that
J P. Gunn may secure a lease on tho track
und have charge of tho gamo for this Hum
mer. In cuue ho does, and the game livens
up, It Is understood that a number of other
men now riding at the saucer will alxo nkldoo
According to reports all Is not harmony
among tho riders at the local track. Tho
men who pulled down tho money laiit year
at every race meet now consider themselves
lucky to land a third or any place that gats
them the coin. With such speedsters to com
pete against as McFarland and I.awson tho
outlook for some of the riders from the money
end Is rather dark. Those men feM It. They
don't like riding for show and aro beginning
to raise u nolso. And It Is only natural that
when they discover that they havo no chance
of winning the big prizes under present con
dltlonx that they will jhoo away to Denvor'
If the gamo picks up thero and tho prizes
offered arc good.
Races at Saucer Tonight.
A varied and Interesting programme will bo
run off at the saucer track this evening. Big
crowds havo been attending every meet so
far this season and It really looks ns though
Salt Lakers have the racing fever woruo than
Tonlght'H programme follows
Australian pursuit race.
Two-mile hnndlcap, professional.
Ono-half-mllo open, professional.
One-half-mllo open handicap, amateur.
One-mllo open, amateur.
WINS TENNIS TOURNAMENT!
Roberts Captures Trophy Cup, but Is
Hard Pressed by .Garnett.
The finals of tho Interclub tournament,
played at Fort Douglas, resulted In a victory
for Frank Roberts, and tho trophy cup now
rests 'In tho B street club house. Tho match
waa a close ono and tho result was In doubt
until near the finish of the laM set. Garnet!
took tho first set, Roberts tho second and
after a hard' strugglo tho final. Garnett
played a careful gamo and his stock has
risen many points because of his splendid
work throughout the tournament.
Thoso who arranged the Interclub tourna
ment had In view two objects: First, tho
getting of a lino on tho men for tho State
tournament, second, the giving of needed prac
tice to some of the players. No one In touch
with tennis affairs will doubt that tho tourna
ment succeeded admirably In Its two-fold
purpose. Those who did particularly meritor
ious work In the preliminary games were D.
M. Boyd, Herbst, McGregor, Wc-Icott Thomp
son. Garnett and Roberts.
Tho next event In the tennis line will bo
the preliminaries for the State championship
singles and doubles. Within a day or two a
meeting will bo called to arrange all the
particulars for this tournament,
golf mm IS H u w
ON AT jOUiTRl CL08
Enthusiasts of Scotch Game Are
Playing on Temporary
The golf and tennis Bcason at tho pretty
Country club Is now on with vigor. Satur
day, Sunday nnd yesterday, tho first threo
warm days In succession that this locality has
experienced for somo moons., brought out record-breaking
crowds to tho suburban retreat.
Sunday fully one hundred and fifty persons
visited the clubhouse, many of whom engaged
In a game of golf or plnyed tennis.
Records Made on Temporary Links.
When completed tho new golf course will
have nlno holes. For the present, temporary
six-hole, links havo been laid out and tho golf
cnthUHliists are hard at tho game. F. E. Mc
Gnrrln holds tho record for the xlx-liolo
course, with a score of 22. W. V. Hoare, golf
Instructor at the club, has a record of 21,
which Is only one better. Several of tho class
A men havo scores ranging between 23 and 27.
Will Competo in Big Tournament.
On Sunday nejet Golf Instructor Hoare will
leave for Chicago, where he will compote In
the National Open Golf Championship tourna
ment. Tho contest will be held on the links
of tho Onwenslea club, which arc said to be
tho fineit In America. Tho tournament will
be held on June ES and 29. Mr. Hoaro In a
first-class golfer and combines the rare ability
of being able not only to Instruct others, but
alMO to play the gamo expertly himself. His
friends predict that ho will make a good show
ing In tho tournament.
Course Will Soon Be Completed.
The nlno-holo course at tho club will bo In
shape by July 4, when tho first big mutches of
the season will be played Most of the course
has already been put In turf and the fair
greens will bo put In grass. This means that
In storm or sunshine playing will bo poeslblo.
On the old links It was Impossible to play on
tho wet ground for several days, hut with turf
It will huvo to bo a big storm that prevents
Only Turf Course in West.
When completed this will bo tho only turf
course west of Donvor and even Denver's links
nrc not all turf. To one who hoa not seen
tho new golf course the problem of watering
this great stretch of graxt would naturally
suggest Itself. Sprinkling even If there wero
a HUindency of piped water, would be very
difficult. The fnct Is that some flvo little
stream wind their way through tho course,
and furnish at onco splendid natural bunkers
and opportunity for Irrigation In themselves
they odd beauty to the rolling landscape.
Putting Contest Coming Up.
Club members will havo an opportunity to
test their putting poworn In competition on
Saturday. May SO, on turf greens. This day
has been named for tho first putting contest
of tho season. It remains to bo seen If those
who proved themselves champions on the old
sand-rolled greens will earn- off the honors on
Tennis Courts and Croquet Grounds.
In addition to tho golf courso the club
grounds contain threo tennis courts and cro
quet grounds. Tho tennis grounds aro now be
ing overhauled nnd put In excellent shape ror
tho mixed doubles which will be played on
Saturday next. Juno 1C.
ORPHEUM THEATER. "Old Heidelberg,"
by tho Orphcum Stock company.
"Old Heidelberg," tho famous drama of
Richard Mansfield's fame, opened tho fourth
week of tho Orpheum Stock company engage
ment The drama appeals to all, perhaps
more, however, to thoso who remember the
Jovial college days of the past, whether they
Jovial collego days or the Continent; tho
college songs, caps and badges so dear to
all students ore muto remlndors of school
patriotism, but oven those who but leorn of
tho merry life of plodding and .play caught
the spirit last ovonlng and applauded vigor
ously. Tho plot has a number of clover peo
ple to be portrayed The control Interest,
however, Is about Knrl Helnrlch, tho young
prince, and Katie, tho Uttlo Inkeeper s daugh
ter. As tho young monarch Herschel Mayall
was exceptionally good. Physically he waa
typical of youth nnd strength. He has a
princely mcln. too, und cleverly and artistic
ally shows the change In two years of tho
gay youth to tho monarch burdened with tho
cares of state.
As Katie, Miss Stuart la wlnsomo and sweet.
She hns had various roles during tho com
panv's engagement and has played them all
well, but this ono fits her exnctly. Particu
larly good Is her acting In tho second acenc
when the prlnco comes Gus Mortimer as
Dr. Juttncr shared tho evening's honors with
Mr. Mnrnll, us the old professor returning to
his Alma Mater. Ho Is excellent with the
boys; he Is a boy with his pupil, he Is a boy
and at the same time he .does not forget his
position of guidance. His work last evening
through tho entire programmo was very sat
isfactory To Roy Clements fell tho role of Lutz, the
olllclous valot do chnmbro, and while the role
Is a thankless one. he filled It well.
Elsie Gresham and Mnbel Florence havo
minor roles and fill them In a satisfactory
manner. Miss Florcnco'a agility Is recalled
In the manner she handles a broom.
R. J. Barrett as the minister of state wns
good In acting und mcln. To Mr. McClean
was given the role of Count Von Astcrberg,
rather a minor role. Tho play Is exceptionally
woll staged und the work ensemble done by
tho students nnd musicians Is very pleasing.
"Old Heidelberg" will, doubtless, prove a
popular drawing card for tho remainder of
tho week. Next week "Shenandoah" will be
A crowded house witnessed the performance ,
of "A Man of Mystery" at the New Grand
theater again lust nlghL There arc plenty of
thrilling sensations although the comedy cle
ment Is strong. Tho play deals with the
won of a wealthy man, n mun who as a doc
tor has a very large practice In one of our
large cities, being very much In need of
money organizes a band of robbors and Is
known to them as tho "Shadow." Ho Is cnught
In the act of robbing his own house, but man
aged through his hypnotic powers to ctenpe,
but Is finally recaptured nnd ends his life by
jxilnon Tho company Is well cast, Whit Bran
don being especially good as the Shndow,
whllo MIus Tuckor and Mlas Porrlo aro very
good. Tho San Francisco fire pictures are the
best moving pictures thnt have even been
seen. A souvenir matinee will be- given to
Warm weather was what the Casino pork
management was waiting for, and tho way the
crowds nre flocking there every night now
ought to bo gratifying to the owners. Tho
show given by Zlnn's company this woek sur
passes anything been hero for some time In
the way of a musical show, and tho cast Is
already becoming opular, nearly every mem
ber receiving an ovation on their appearance
each week In n different role. Particularly
good this week are Horoco Mann and Cud
Franks In their pleasing parts, and little
Jessie Brown In more of her original dances.
"For Her Children's Sake" Is drawing largo
crowdB to the Lyric this week, nnd tho pat
rons of this house think this tho best of tho
shows yet put on by this popular stock com
pany. The regular borgaln matinee Is an
nounced for Wednesday.
Henrlctla Crossman will appear nt tho Suit
Lake Theater next Monday In her latest Now
York success, "Mury. Mary, Quite Contrary "
Miss Crassman has a proud record of suc
cesses, but the most brllllnnt mark comes from
her work In this new comedy. The nppcar
anco hero of so gifted an actress will appeal
to all patrons of the thentnr. Her record In
long runs Is two years In New York In "Mis
tress Nell" one hundred nights In "As You
Like It." two seasons In "Sweet Kitty Bcl
lalro." and long runs In other plays,
Tho Dixie Carnival company, which ar
rived In the city yesterday, took up Its head
quartcra at tho Salt Palace, where it will re
main for one week.
The company comprises five shows. Ferris
wheel nnd other amusements pertaining to
carnival shows. Manager Thomas announces
that the shows will bo open today. He Is
al so a high diver and will give two free per- I
formanccs dally afternoon and evening from
a hclghth df 100 feet.
LONDON, Juno II. Mme. Marcella Sem
brich has signed a contract calling for thirty
concerts In tho United States, beginning In
Admitted to Practice.
Don Byron Colton of Vernal and James
Nelson Maynard of S:ilt Lake City have
been admitted to practice in the Supreme
court, - -
BOATS III LONG
Greatest Sailing Event in His
tory of Pacific Started Yes
terday at Noon.
THREE SPLENDID CRAFTS
ENTERED IN CONTEST
With Signal Shot They Turned
for Honolulu, Two Thou
sand Miles Away.
SAN PEDRO. Cnl.. June 11. The great
est yacht race In the history o the Pa
cific was started today from this port,
when three boats, the Anemone, the JLa
Paloma and Lurllno, Htartcd with the sig
nal shot nt tho stroke of 12 for Honolulu,
2100 miles away.
Captains in Charge o Boats.
Tho Lurllno, Commodore Sinclair. Is the
flagship of the South Coast Yacht cluB,
tho Anemone, Capt Llndcrbcrp, Is fr.om
the .Now York Yacht club, but Is sailing
under tho colors of tho South Coast club;
tho La Paloma, Commodore McFarlane,
cup defender, is the representative from
the Hawaiian Yacht club.
Time Allowances Made.
Time allowances wore mado as follows:
Tho Anemone given La Paloma 27 hours;
tho Anemone gives the Lurllne 11 hours;
the Lurllne gives tho La Paloma 10 hdurs.
Getting Ready for the Start.
La Paloma left her anchorago In the
outer harbor at 11 -SO o'clock, closely fol
lowed by tho Anemone and tho Lurllne.
The boats passed Judges B B. Gregory
and W, B, Sylvester on the end of tho
breakwater, and reported to Starting
Judge A. Lester Best In tho bfTlclal
launch at the stake boat.
Lurline First to Come Down.
When Uvj starting gun was fired at
11:65 o'clock tho Lurllno camo down un
dor mnlnsall, foresail Jib and Jib stay
sails. Her main topeall was spread, but
her forctopsall had not beon broken out.
La Paloma camo down a moment later
under main and foresail Jib and Jib staysail-
Lurllne and La Paloma jockeyed for
position, but the Anemone was unhurried
and did not leave her anchorngc until
after tho preliminary gun had been
fired, when sho came from behind tho
breakwater under mainsail Jigger, fore
topsail Jib and Jib staysail. When the
starting gun was llred, at 12 o'cloclf noon,
La Paloma lay alrcotly behind the line
and crossed half a mlnuto after tho sig
nal, the Lurllno following a minute later
and the Anemone crossing at 12:fP,5.
Fresh Wind Blows Up.
As tho fleet crossed tho line tho wind
began freshening from a six-knot breeze
to ono of about flfteon points and tho
Amemone began to pick up tho dlstanco
gained by La Paloma and tho Lurllno at
tho start, La Paloma laying to windward
of the Lurllne, which socmod to be draw
Hundreds of persona crowded tho hills
around tho harbor and tho Government
breakwater, and packed every available
Inch of spaco upon the harbor craft,
cheering themselves hoarso as the yachts
swung past tho Judges' boat.
Anemone Is Largest Boat.
Tho Anemono Is the largest nt th, three
starters. She Is 112 feet over all, with
a 21-foot beam. Capt. Llndcrbcrg of New
York was In command of the crow of
eleven men, and on board wore the own
er, Charles H. Tutt of Colorado SprlngH,
and Judge F. C. SImson, Prof. L. A. E.
Ahlors of the Colorado college and Thay
Sinclair in Command of Lurline.
The Lurllne, 91 feet over all, Is In com
mand of Commodore H. L. Sinclair of the
South Coast Tacht club, and carries a
crew of. six men.
Crew on La Paloma.
La Paloma, -17 feet over all. Is com
manded bv Capt, I. F. Moslor, and has
on board her owner. Commodore McFar
land of the Hawaiian Yacht club, and a
crew of five.
Clippers Defeat Eagles.
Tho Clippers nnd the Eagles plnyed a seven
Innlnc game yesterday morning at Liberty
park. The scqrj at the beginning of tho
seventh inning was 6 to Cv when tho Clippers
landed on Curllu for a total of nlno runs,
making tho pcore II to C In favor of tho
Clipper. The Clippers aro open to play any
nmateur team In tho Slate. Any ono want
ing "satisfaction" can get It by nddrcsslng
Charles Butchort, care Salt Lake Huddarf
R. Sowadzkt c... Davidson
H. Oleuson 2b Lundqulat
Harris s.s R. Don
Holmes cf Schema
Stringfellow r.f.: Holt
KInghorn lb Shade
NonU'iilst Lf Llddlo
S Sowachzkt p....,...; Curtis
i W. Grieves 2b Bird
Fire Department Called Out to
Quench Incipient Fires.
Two unnecessary runs wero mado Mon
day by the lire deparlmont. One was to
the Atlas block, on Second South street,
between Main and "West Templo streets,
whero smoke from burning grease In an
elevator shaft gave the chemical crew u
The other was at 7 o'clock In tho even
ing, when. In answer to a telephone call,
the department run to Sixth West nnd
Fourth South strcots, and found that. It
was a fulyo alarm.
'Today's Organ Recital.
Following Is tho programme for this after
noon's Tabernacle organ recital (C:I0 o'clock).
Organist J. J. McCloIlan at tho console:
Prelude to "Lohengrin" , Wagner
(a) "Tho Enchanted Bells" Haberbler
(b) "Vision" , Rhelnberger
(c) "Old Melody" Arranged by performer
Introduction to third act nnd "Bridal Chorus"
from "Lohengrin" Wagner
Toccato from Sixth Organ Symphony. ...Wldor
For Canyon Crest Ranch.
The following additional subscriptions In be
half of the Canyon Crest ranch havo been re
Col. E. A. Wall 5y)
W. S. McCornlck , jjo
W. II. Walker jco
Judge W. H, Dickson , iqq
L. L. Hills ijo
J. A. Greenowald ICO
E, B. Jones jn
In tho Federal court Monday, In the
case of Ralph M. Kollog against the Pro
vo Mining company and others, which
was brought to quiet title to certain min
ing properties, Judgment was against the
defendants as to all tho property of the
Ralph lode and against tho plaintiff as to
the property of the Lilly Mining com
pany. As. to the last property, the case
was dismissed at plaintiff's cost.
Placed in Padded Cell.
Thomas Sweeney was arrested Mondav
evening by Deputy Sheriff Sharp and
placed In a padded cell In tho county jail.
It Is alleged that the man la Insane.
To Pay for President's Trips.
WASHINGTON", June 11. Representa
tive Watson of Indiana Introduced a bill
today Intended as a general statute, that
an annual appropriation of $25,000 may be
mado to cover tho cotpenscs of Presiden
I Jt . Pretty farm f eallt
ISN'T IT? II
kMMffl Warm enough to 1)rin& PeopW'T
mffl ter my light summer clothing,
I l3SlSf man wil camc didn't huy, but
fecl w,ien ho went out that M'
TO do S0 Saf elj ' The values are
! 1111 clotnes of ""ne ana the disceP
11 buyer sees it. p
M, 1$ My $10 suits are a snrprise tj
21Q MAIN STREET
SHIFTY FIGHTERS PAY
VISIT TO SALT LIE
Tell How San Francisco Fire
Made Graney and Cof
Among those oxponcnto of tho manly
art who "faded" suddenly away when
Jimmy JBrltt and Torry McGovorn were
recently arrested In New Yorlc for al
leged violation of tho Horton law wero
a scoro of Callfornlans. If their quick
headwork and footwork did nothing .else,
It rescued them from the unpleasant ex
perience of spending a few days under
tho fearful gazo of New York policemen.
Sidestepped Uplifted Arm of Law.
Among this bunch of sldestoppers, who
never ran from anything but the uplifted
arm of the law, were Spldor Kelly, Harry
Rafael, Franklo Xell and Johnny Frayno,
little Franklo's uparrlng partner. All
the above, Including Jim Noll, Franklo's
doting father, were In the city for a fow
hours yesterday. Somo of this time they
spont with tho wrcstlors and tho re
mainder In the company of old Salt Lake
Spider Kelly Boss of Party.
Spider Kelly is the boss of tho party,
and with the others Is making straight
for Los Angeles, whero ho will assist In
pulling off a big fight on July 4. At this
tlmo Franklo Nell and Abe Attcll will
light for tho featherweight championship
of the world.
Game on Blink in East.
According to Spider Kelly, the game Is
on the blink In the East, but he thinks
tho prospects In San Francisco and Los
Angeles are better than over. He de
clares that the recent llasco In connec
tion with tho Nclson-Herrera light will
not hurt tho game In the Angols City, but
will only relegate the Greaser to tho
Fighters Tell an Interesting Tale.
Tho fighters tell a mighty Interesting
talo about Eddlo Grnney and Jim Cof
froth. These two big chiefs of tho San
Franclaco pugilistic stage were open and
avowed enemies before the San Francisco
fire and tho fight waged between them
waa so destructive that It queered the
gamo in 'Frisco. But during the fire, the
tale goes, Coffroth happened by Grancy's
house and saw the famous referee trying
to rescue somo few of his moro procloue
belongings from the devastating flames.
Graney had practically give up tho hope
less fight, principally because he had no
means of getting his goods away. Just
then Coffroth volunteered his assistance
and offered Graney the use of his auto.
As a result the- property was saved, and
bitter hatred was converted Into warm
est friendship. The two big chiefs have'
now united and will work together to
boost the gamo In 'Frisco. Graney will
refereo the fights and Coffroth, well
known as tho promoter of the Brltt-Nel-son
match, will look after tho financial
end of tho game.
GOOD AYEATHER FOR SALTAIR
Is Guaranteed by the Elks for Next
Monday evening the Elks' Saltalr excur
sion committee comploted their arrange
ments for their big day at Saltalr, by
securing a guarantee from tlnweather
man to tho effect that the temperaturo
will bo sultlclently warm from now on
to make perfect bathing for Thursday,
Elk' day at the famous resort. They
also secured a fniurauteo of perfect
-weather for that day In particular, and
all arrangements can now be made with
the assurance of the finest kind of a day.
Beginning tomorrow, purple decorations
will begin to appear In tho windows of
business houses, and Saltalr pavilion will
show more color. Thero Is no limit to
an Elks' pride and a big show Is what
Is causing It.
Among the recent acquisitions of tho
excursion committee arc a band of wan
dering minstrels, mado homeless by the
San Kranolsco carlhquako and fire. "They
are high-class vaudeville artists, and tho
Saltalr theater will be open on Elks' Den
ver day for the first time this season. An
Interesting programmo has been arranged
and continuous vaudeville will bo pre
sented from 4 p. m. until 11:30.
This will bo augmented by tho addi
tion of some of the best lady dancers in
tho vnudevlllo world.
The regular train schedule will bo used
on this day, but a large number of new
cars will be used and tho large crowd can
be easily handled. Trains will run until
1 o'clock Friday morning, and street cars
will meet all trains,
Elks' Day at Saltahv
Everybody goes with father..
He has the wad to iwiy.
They camp In a Saltalr car,
Going to stay all day.
There's always a good time comln'
When ElkK have their day so gay.
Everybody goes with father
On Elks' Denver day.
BILLIARD A.NI3 POOL TABLES '
W. L. WETHERBEB.
103 West 2nd South.
Bell Phon6 1S2-T
Salt Lake Turf Exchange
208 MAIN ST.
California and Eastern ricu. Dlxct
wire for all sporting; vnti.
' " I ESSES g
WEEK COMMENCING jL$
RICHARD MANSFIELD'S Oftl"'
Under tho Direction of P rMffi
MR. HERSHEL MA"
and the SUPERMEN
ORPHEUM STOCkJJj :
No raise In prices. ''ML
Matinees Wednesday and MKFt
TONIGHT, 1 pin
"For Her Children's" S
10c 20c 30cj
Matinees Wednesday and
day, 10c and
ZINN'S TRAVESTY Ct $
of 24 people,' ft.
Now playing "A Night ins ,ps
Salt Lake Tiff
GEO. D. PYPER, MajJiV
Scat Sale Friday, 10Bifc C
IN THE MERRY COfe
Mary, Mary, QnitiMl
JrtVlVrfJLJ aiatlnec at redugy
New Grand Tip
R. J. RIDDELL, Manly
ANOTHER PACKED HOOT?
NIGHT. Everybody goes to"5"
vorlto Ethel Tucker Stock 'com1 3
ecnt a new melodrama, entltlfalli
A MAN OF MYSn
New specialties arfa the-w!
tratcd songs. First time he'rsB"i
PICTURES of tho greagHfr
Francisco disaster. No exflMjV
Thursday, "In Sunny AfricaMP?
Night Prlces-10, 20, SO, u
matinees 15, 25c. 'JwW
The Place fbrjflj
Fun for old and young. Jjpfc,
nnd down stairs, e7BK
Dancing and BE
ROLLER COASTER AND(B J
Great features. Everytopi
good time, every day in JK.
Sunday's musical programaBhi
We Have All the Best Mj
United States. 'yKfc
Pursuit Race Fogler and
Palmer and Pye. nf.slM
Two-Mile Handicap, Profesm
Half-Mile Open. Pro fcsBlonav
Haif-Mllo Handicap. AmatetW
Onc-MIIo Open. Amateur. Jfc
Races Start at 8:15 s"
Admission, 25c. GrandiW
Take Stale, Main strjBr
Salt Palace CartJS,
Grounds PrV -B