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Cold Weather Did Xol Kil'ed the
Crowd. Which Greatly
v Enjoyed the Sporf.
HUNS 8U8PIC10US RACK
Judge Pomcroy Is Quick to
fake Action mn Owner Is
Notwithstanding the cold weather a
large crowd wont to the horse races held
on the Buona Vista mile track. II was
just an ordinary card, mid witli tin ox
i "Ptlon of one race the public dug down
i:ito the coffora of the bookies and made
genuml clean up.
The (bird race was a badly managed
uTalr and ,"5. A. Clopton was called on
Hie carpet In the pnddoclc by Judge
Fomoroy and was Riven a .severe talking
10 for the actions of his horse. Madeline.
Musgrnve. This horse opened In the
li-ttliiK at 7 to 10. as a big favorite, and
Iin the opinion of the racegoers oouid
i.istly have beaten the Hold of horses en
tered against her. lUusgrnvo was touted
f troug by all. arid In consequence there
as k rush of "suckers'" to hook on, and
li in there came a lull. Somehow the
wis-- money went to Kerry and Mus
sr.ive was dropped 7 to n In the belling.
U was a dead giveaway and a few. who
ad ml'ii-d. got on Kerry and came out
even. While ".Musgruvc was considered
tl:c best horse in the race, she ran as if.
tied up and linislicd next to last. Kerry
m-'do the going from the start and won
easily, Aimlllne ami Judge .Cablniss fol
lowing in order.
Thla is the lirst time since the opening
of the, meeting that a .suspicious race lias
hi on run, and the officials were not slow
n taking action.
Dwycr Begins Work.
Siartcr Uioluird Dwycr arrived "at the
ir.iek in time to start the third race.
With him came Frank St. D. Skinner,
who Is bore icpresentlng the Pacific
Dick Williams arrived from Denver
with a carload of hoi-ses. including lithon.
v iiii-h is considered as having an oven
' banco with' Glorlo. The other best
known horses were La Oloria. .Miles,
Dareourt, Finance. Tom Swift. Wanderer,
Dulllc Dollara and three others. Il:iv
IJJg.in came with Coppcrlowu and John
A. Mallon. horses owned by Airs. Stover.
The Jrwln brothers telegraphed from
t'lU'Vcnne. Wyo.. to save fifteen stalls for
iheni. they epucting to be here the lal
ti r part of the wek.
The skipping of six numbers in the
r.ulpg charl every day is to eonfurui with
Hi'- races held in JSriiish Columbia.
Winning Hush stood out as a eiueh in
the tii-st race, and the talent went down
with the horse. Gene Wood, a 5 to 1
phot, forced Hurnlng Hush out of th
Knd in the stretch and canin home by
three-quarters of a length over Chitter
lings that tlnlshed strong.
Glare, the ii to fi favorite in the. second
race, was a good thing, and cantered
home all tho way with Jockey Pickens
up. l-'rcd Slonc Won place from E Fyr-f'x-to.
S. A. Clopton's Madeline Alusgrave,
opening 7 to 10, closing 7 to S, ran a sus
picious race.. The "suckers" gut down
on Alusgrave, and when they were all
on the horse eould not be givrn awav.
Kerry opened ac 1' to I and switched in
' veil money, the wise ones hooking on.
italerian was away jirsi and held the
.nul to the stretch, where Kerrv and
Aquiline came up, the former winning
bv half a length, and Judce Cabinisx
llishing lu for show 'by a bead. IWus-:ia-
came in next to last. Starter Dick
Dwycr arrived on a belated train and
Mart id his race, the third event on the
('h.irllo I'ahie, tin. even tnoncv favorite,
won the fourth race, with Jockey Van
IiiKen up. breezing In all the. wav and
winning by two lengths. Morllngo, the
second choice, beat Orello so tho place
by live lengths.
Jnpkpy Rooucy put .Illicit to tho fronl
mi tin- fifth race, u '1 to :; favorite. Tim
horse was played henvilv tu win. ami
there never was any doubt as to the rc
Mili of the race. Cardinal Sarto. for the
nrst time in a long while getting awav
with the leaders, came strong all the
va, hui did not have enough steam for
Hie honors, and tool: place from Tim 1
JIurst, a 'Mi to 1 shot. Vi-lmu C. looked
dangerous, but never was in the running,
being practically left at the post.
Ak-Sar-nen npsel the dope sheet in
lli sixth and lust nice In a breezy run
hading Tom Held under fho wire. The
l-ilt r was a heavily played favoriLe at
fi to n. -wliile Ak-Sar-Iien went hogging
at U tu J. When the barrier wis sprung
by Start. -r Dwycr. Jockey Cotton forced
li'? horse to the I'ronc and held the k-ad
all ti" way around the track, winning bv
secr;M lengths. D. May r shoved.
MARGIN LOSES, BUT
Public's Great Conlideiicc iu
Horse Is Given Unexpected
J COLUMBUS. O., ' Sept. . 21. l'cnsla
Maid's' victory over tho Hosier-Columbus
stake favorite. Margin, was tho notable
occurrence at this afternoon's grand cir
cuit races. The Maid won the last two
heats after tho first one. in which Mar
gin made a break at the first quarter
turn, was taken by Jack McKcrron from
Margin, opening as favorite at $100 to
$25, was lcept as firsL choice after her
loss of the opening heat, .lack McKcrron
and Tensla Muid each had a heat, tho
field sold a I ?100 to S IS for Margin, for
whom there was yet a chanco to win.
Columbus purse, $.1000. 2:0? trotters,
three heats Tho Harvester won In
straight heats. Time. I'-.nsj. 2:flSl, 2:0Si.
Genteel II.. Beatrice Bellino, Nancy
Royco. Judge Lee and Brace Glrdlo also
Tlost.-r-Coliunlius stake. $10,000, 2:16
trotters, throe heats Pensla Maid won
second and third heats, Time, 2-.0C2,
2:u7.. ' Jncl: McKcrron won first heal.
Time. 2:07. General 1 1, and ldlowiau
2:011 pace, three in five, purse 51200
T-.Ha Ambulator win In .straight heats.
Time. 2:0Ci. 2.-0GJ. 2:071. Flying Jim. By
ron Kay. Ruih D.. 1 filly 13..- Shamrock,
shanghran. Sir Milton. Complex and W.
D. S. also started.
2:17 trot, three In five, purse $1200
T.ady Stately won In straight heats.
Time 2:J0i. 2:0S.V. 2:10J. Ashland Clay.
Startle. Sir Todd. Remorseful. Tho Saklo
lnan. Utile Hod. Argot Hal. John B.
Donnvy. lor Falla. Silver Baron. Miss
Baritone. Pansy F.lknul, Mv Gift, King
Peter and Lottie Sherberl uiso started.
Bucna Vista Entries.
Firs l race, selling, three-year-olds and
up. six. furlongs JS 1 . Lancashire Lad.
10ii; 1 17, Furnace. H7: 170. Yankee Tour
ist. 102: 211. Annie L:nnfe 1(17-
Mazapan. Pi7; (is:;), Gosslpcr II.. 107;
kIi7. SJr John. 102.
Second race, idling, iluoc-year-olds
and up. six furlongs fIJ0. lfollo Bradv.
10.'; :"il7S. Prometheus. 07; 517S, Xo Quar
ter. 102; "il7S. The Mouser. 107; 51S0, Rose
Daly, 10S: T.170, Aucassln, 107; SlSl, An
tara. 107: 21 S, Bon Ton. lOo.
Third race, sidling, four-year-olds anil
up. sewn furlongs 5102. Cardinal Sarto,
107: (,-17tn. lOthel Day. Kl'i; r(ivn. John
Louis. 10"; HI Gil. Priceless Jewel, toy ;
;li7. Agreement. 105: f.lSl. Arcourt. 10.r:
iiJ7X, Konelc. 107.
Fourth race, selling, two-vear olds, live
furlongs r.ifi.'i. Geneva, 100: 201. Roberta,
Hi!'; olfifi, Oallor. 10?; JS!)5, Svlvla Fir.
tO.'i; (112). King: of Volo. 112; 51C5. Biased.
10,: (iilGS). Yuba. 100.
Fifth race, sidling, three-year-olds and
up. six furlongs (r.l7(), Mossback, lor.:
f2l.). Little Dutlereup, 107; (.'.I7S1. Char
he Uoheriy. HiS; 31SJ. Kudora, H7; "II
Ravarla. 10.1; rUi2. Vol ma. 10r..
Sixth raci, selling, llirce-vear-ulds and
up. five and one. half furlongs rlii2, Tim
Hurst. l:!2; (f.ISin. Swaggerla tor, 1211:
PreliMifiiou. 120: IOC, Sallna. 121:
217. Wheatstone. 12H; SITU. Governor 5r
man, 12U; olC-l. Gaza. 120.
GRAVFSEKD. Sept. 21. Livonia, run
iV"s,,.lr.7T,rcaU;v '"'Provcil race, easily won
i he willow handicap today. She was
strongly backed, closing al f io n. Du
gjin broke iti from and il was Livonia's
race all fho w.13'.
First race, about six furlongs King
Commoner. :t0 to 1. won: Enfield, 12 to 1
swoiijl; Racquet, S to 1, third. Time!
Second nice, mile and n quarter The
Peer. .1 to 1. won: Superstition. 2 to 1.
second. Uellcvue, ( to 1. third. Time,
Third race, the Villow handicap, guar
anteed gross value $1500. five and a half
furlongs Livonia. I to 5. won: Louise S .
"1 to 2. second; Starport, 7 to 1. third.
Time, 1 :07 3-3.
Fourth race, handicap, milo and an
eighth Tho Squire. 11 to .1. won: Wood
craft. IU to second; Pins and Xeedlcs.
10 tu 1, third. Time, 1:5;!.
.Fifth race, mile and an eighth Taboo,
S to 5. won; Imitator. 7 to 2. second;
Nethermost, to 1. third. Time, 1:54.
Sixth racc: five and a half furlongs
Ljrd Baltimore. 11 to ri. won; Leveng
ston, r. to 1, second; Oxer, 10 to 1, third.
Time, 3:0S 1-5.
The Murray diamond is being put into
shape preparatory for the big gamo which
will be plnyed at Recix-ation park between
the Occidentals and Vampa smelter
team from Bingham today. Mondav and
Tuesday a "gang" of men we're cleaning
up. the diamond and otherwise putting
tlie sotnewhal delapldated bleachers In
shape for the game. It Is said thai the
contc-stlng teams have, posted $200 each.
Beside the side bi t it is the opinion of
many that this wdll be the deciding game
for the 1 hanipionship of Hie sta t o ,
IBheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid', an irritating, inflammatory
accumulation, which gets Into the circulation bacausa of we,k kidneys
constipation, indigestion, and other physical irregularities which are usually
considered of no importance Nothing cppliod externally can ever reach
the seat of this trouble; tho most such treatment can do is soothe tho pains
temporarily; while potash and other miueral medicines really add to the
acidity of the blood, and this fluid therefore continually grows more acrid
and vitiated. Then instead of nourishing the different muscles and joints,
keeping tnera in a normally supple and elastic condition, it gradually hardens
and stiffens them by drying up tho natural oils and fluids. Rheumatism can
never be cured until the blood is purified. S. S, S. thoroughly cleanses and
renovates the circulation by neutralizing the acids and driving the oauso
irom the system. It strengthens and invigorates the blood so that instead !
JUTa' wea.kstrGarn, depositing acrid and painful corrosive matter in
J? jS' omts bones' ifc nourishes the entire body with pure, rich
SSaH nrnnirTneG,tlT Psm. S. S. S. contains no potash.
iiSSS nf 1 f harmful mineral,, but is made ontirely of roots, herbs and
veflifo1aLPUirifyng ?ndtODi Properties. Book on Rheumatism and
in,y medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. '
H f mahJoCckcya bluh'af SUmlay th thiv-d iacetig of tho j
I j BUENA VISTA PARK
a The safest and fastcBt mile track in the west. Sir races rtiilv win
J or shine. Pirst race starts at 2:30 sharp. y' raln 3
I ADMISSION 59c, 5rac!"dding Grand Stand. I
M La anit.tccl fre.c,to Park and urandstand on Mondays and Fridavu m '
mM I . Hgco track specials leave Union Station (o. s. L at l" 1 i -fin
I I Srlf-2:$ P,- Returning leave Bueua Vista Pali:
II . j THE UTAH JOCKEY CLUB 1
g John Oondron, Pres.; J. w. Sice, Secrotary and Treasurer; W w Finn
Won. J.ost. T.C.
Detroit 00 51 .Cao
Philadulpiihi S7 .021
Boston SJ rn .o$l
Chlcugo 70 70 .500
Cleveland (JS ' 71 .179
Now York dd 7i! ,l7o
.st. r.onis c.o so .i'Jo
Washington oi' .277
Bailey Stops Pltillics.
. PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 21. St. Louis
today defeated Philadelphia 2 to 1. liai
ley lield Philadelphia down to three hits.
St. Louis tied tho scoro In tho seventh
Inning on an error by Collins, a wild pitch
by Morgan arid Wallace's single. In tho
eighth Inning. Philadelphia had the bases
lllled with one out. but Morgan was
I'uum trying io scoro vi uii imi:iiiii.--u
squeeze j)lay. Hartsell scored the win
ning run in tho ninth inning on a. singly
Griggs's sacrlllee, Devoy's out antj Wal
lace's single. R.I I.E.
Philadelphia 1 2
St. Louis '-' 7 1
Batteries Morgan and Livingston; JLJal
ley and Kllllfor.
Six Straight Games.
NEW YOIUC, Sept. 21. Now York won
Its sixth straight game today, shutting
Chicago out, fi to 0. K.Il.E.
Chicago 0 11 2
Now York' o 7 L
Batteries Scott and Owens; Bioekelt,
WarhCp and Sweeney.
Young Is Humiliated.
P.OSTON. Sepl. 21. Cy Young was to
day on the. local grounds for the second
lime since he left I he Hoston club last
year, the homo team winning. U.H.E.
Cleveland :j, 7 ;:
Boston ; 7 H
Baiterios Young and Hlgglns; Smith
WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. VfashinRt.on
anrl Detroit split oven in today's double
header. Detroit won the first and Wash
ington the second. R.Jf.E.
Washington ..12 0
Detroit .... ; (j i
Hat lories Gray and Street; Willott'and
Second game rt.TLE.
Washington g 1
L'elrolt o 0 1
Hat torls Johnson and Street; Killian
,,. , Won. Lost. I'.C.
Pittsburg 102 315 .7:t!l
Chicago U2, .5 .G72
New York ; ST r.15 .G0."
Cincinnati ; .. rfj . , GS .507
Philadelphia SS 71 . IS!)
St. Louis ; 17 SG . rtr.ft
Brooklyn .17 SS ..TSS
loaton n) is .2S5
PITTSUUUG, Sept. 21. I'ittsburg won
both games of a tlonblc-hculor with Bos
ton hero today, shutting out tho visitors
First game R. n. js
Pittsburg ,..2 7 1
Boston 0 It 1
Batteries Adams and Gibson; .Curtis
Second game ' R. H. 10.
Pittsburg n II 1
Boston 0 ,7 1
Batteries CamniU and Gibson; Mal
lerji and Smith. Umpires lilglcr and
CINCINNATI, Sept. 21. Philadelphia
was defeated in a loosely played game
Item today. R.I I.E.
Cincinnati .j j) .
Philadelphia , 7 j
Batteries- Ewlng, Kownn and Roth;
Moure, Moran and 1 loolu. Uinpircs
Klein ajjd Knisll.
I WESTERN LEAGUE
PUEBLO, Colo., Sept. 21. Score:
R- II. E.
Pueblo 1 (j 1
Batteries: -Shanor and Jokerst; Galga
no and Williams.
DIONVER, Sept. 21. Scoro: R. JI. E.
Denver 7 1
Topeka n j 1
Batteries Bohannon and Haas; Kauf
man and Kcrn:3. Called til fifth .inning;
' SIOLW" CITY, Sept. 21. Score:
.Morning gamo R. H. E.
Sioux City 2 12 0
Lincoln . ."5 9 l
Batteries lohnson. Wilson and Towno:
Ryan aiid Nunneinachcr.
Afternoon game postponed: rain.
DES MOINES. Sept. 21. Score.
11. IL E.
Dos Moines ..3 1 2
.Omaha ii s 2
Ballerlos Blcrsdorfer and.LcvIs; Pat
ton and Gonding.
1 NORTHWEST LEAGUE
SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 21. Score:
11. I I. 15.
Vancouver ,. .1 .) ;i
Spoltane 7 8 1
Batteries Paddock and Stanley; Bon
ner and Osttileck.
SEATTLE. Sept. 21. Score. R. IJ. E.
Seattle 0 f. 1
Aberdeen S .14 0
Batteries Miller and Shea; Siever and
TACOMA. Sept. 21. Score: R. II. E.
Tacoma fi H 2
Portland I ii 2
Batteries P. Butler and Blankenship;
Sou ton and Armbruster.
At Toledo Toledo. 1: Milwaukee. (3.
At Columbus Minneapolis, 2; Colum
At Louisville Louisville, 2; St. Paul.
1; second game, Louisville, .'!; St. Paul. 2.
At Indlanapollsr-lndianapolls, 4; Kan
sas City, 2.
Oakland Wins First Game.
OAKLAND, Sept. 21. Oakrand cap
lured the. first game of the series from
San Francisco todny, 2 to 1, although the
locals gathered but three,-hits, while the
leaders balled out eight safeties. K.H.E.
Oakland 2 :i 0
San Francisco 1,8 1
Batteries Wlggs and .Lewis; Henley,
Griffin und Berry.
PORTLAND. Sept. 21. Portland cele
brated its home coming today by defeat
ing the Lcs Angeles team. -J to 0. The
visitors were wholly unable to do any
thing with Guyn ni critical periods, while
Portland hit Thorson with good effect
throughout the game. "R.H.E.
Los Angeles 0 ii .".
Portland I f? l
Batteries Thorsen and Orendorff; Guvn
Kind to Visitors.
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 21. The first
game of ihe series here between Vernon
and Sacramento went to the visitors, 4 to
2. Brackcnrldgo permitted nlno hits, ;ul
every time the two came together a run
cmon 2 6 0
Sacramento t 1
Batteries -Brackenridge and Uogan;
Ebinan and La Longe.
"bicycle BIBS GO
01 SIMM STRIKE
American Men Refuse to Enter
New York Race i'or Small
The American bicycle riders have gono
on a strike In the east and refuse to ride
in the Madison Square Garden six-day
bicycle race In December unless P. T.
Powers materially increased the purses
and guarantees to the riders. Tho laller
claim thai .the long grind Is the hardest
kind of a race, and lliat they do not
propose to ride for the same purses :is
have been offered h tho past. Whether
Pat Powers will comply with tho de
'mands of the riders Is yet lo be. seen.
Several of the men have turned down his
present offers, and It may result in a
foreign bunch of riders for the race the
Powers is at the prosont time trying
to sign up the riders for the big annual
race. bill, so far has failed to laud anv
ol the fast Americans. If Ihe bovs hold
out. Powers will be compelled to send
across the water for men. and he may
bar all American riders the present sea
son. The men claim that the New York
six-day rnoe pnys the promoters about
fif.000. and tiii.y are of Ihe opinion that
they are entitled to at least 520.000 In
prizes. The bicycle fans In tills cltv will
watch the light with Interest, as manv of
tho men who live here will ride Jn'thc
race If Powers comes lo terms.
NEAY GYMNASIUM FOR
THE L. D. S. ATHLETES
Work on the new I. D. S. gym is be
ing pushed rapidly. At the present time
all the iron structural work is installed,
and on the exlerlor the mason rv work is
assuming higher proporlions each da v.
When completed this gym will be one of
the finest equipped In the state. Besides
an excellent running track there will be
all the imnrovcmontK of an nn.in.d-.ito
.gym. A large swimming pool will be one
of the features. II is this intention of the
ehurr-h authorities, when all work has
been completed, to have dally classes.
These classes will be composed of mem
bers from all the classes a I the school,
and. it is said, the M. I. A. organizations
throughout the county. Physical culture
classes will be held In the old "barn."
as has been the habit heretofore, until
the new edifice is completed.
The basketball team will also do its
work In the old gym. wnere championship
winning teams In years gone bv were
wont lo gather in their dally workouts.
Match Series for Title.
The Occidental baseball team will piny
the Pocatello team a series of Unco
match games next Saturday. Sundav and
Monday for the championship of "Utah
and Idaho. The. Occidentals claim tho
championship of 1'lah. and are willing
lo play any team a match game that mav
dispute Ihe title.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. L'I.--Tho pro
posed lightweight battle between Lew
Powell ami .Johnny l-'rayne, set for Oc
tober ii. has been postponed until the
night of October 15. owing to Fravnu's
48 E. Second South.
Callfornlt and Eastern llacca. Di- j
tect Wire for all Sportiaz Events. I
1 VARSITY ATHLETICS
Never before in the history of Ihe
school has such interest been taken in
football practice as Is shown by the stu
dent body. On Tuesday afternoon, at the
second big practice on Compilings field,
over thirty men appeared In football togs
ready for business. Conch Maddock had
three full .squads organized, icach with a
set of temporary signals, chasing from
ono end of the field to the other, passing
the ball and running down punts; and
this strenuous practice was continued for
Many of the players registered from
oilier schools are showing they are not
absolute novices at the game.
TENN8S TOURNEY .
in the tennis singles for the Whitley
cup, played at the Country club Tuesday
afternoon all were won iu straight sets,
all games being closely jjon tested.
C. W. Whitley has offered d' cup for
the ladles' handicap tournament.'
C. Stlmson beat TO. Bamberger. -!. C-.
S. A. Neel beat T. W. Uoyer. i5-:i. (j-::.
T. G. Griffin beat Vanld Taylor, 7-fi. 7-ii.
Frank Prlngle beat K. Williams by de
fault. Harold Falla n beat N. Furry by de
fault. Frank Prlngle beat AVerner Green and
Gllletl match by default.
Wednesday's matches, 1 . o'clock:
S. A. Whitney vs. Sam 11. Neel; Matt
Lrodle vs. .lack Taylor-: Frank Moore vs.
T. G. Griffin.
Five o'clock Harold Fabian vs. M.
Three o'clock Mrs. Judge vs. Mrs.
Keith; Mrs. J. Taylor vs. Mrs. T. G, Grif
fin; Mrs. George Smith vs. Miss Mc
Grath; Mrs. Williams vs. Miss K. Judge.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 21. After eight
hours of fast riding this afternoon and
evening the ten riders In the six-day
bicycle race occupied about the same rel
ative positions as last night, Demara
leading the Held, but the next live riders
are within three laps of him. The posi
Demara. 317 miles S laps; TTunter and
Williams, :;I7 miles U laps; Mitten, Mor
gan and Stoln, "l miles " laps; Crebs,
IMC miles 2 laps; Palmer, :!IG miles 1 lap;
Wells. :j:!G miles laps; Schnell, 3:Jti miles
Championship Ball Game.
Special to Tho Tribune.
NAM PA. Ida.. Sept. 21. The Pocatello
baseball team won the champion
ship of the state here this afternoon by
defeating "Nampa for the third consecu
tive time, today's score being S to I.
The visitors played all around the local
boys, both in the Held and with the slick.
The ball cries were Shan'berg ami For
lier; Killllay and Ford.
Bowling Alleys Open.
The Ih'smarck bowling alleys will be
thrown open lo the public today. Albert
"Shorty" lOckdahl will have charge and
will manage (he alleys, and says that In
a few days he will call a meeting for
the purpose of orgtaisting the bowling
league series of games for the stale
Easy for Sullivan.
HOSTON. Mass.. Sepl. 21. Mike (Twin)
Sullivan of Cambridge had an easy Vic
tors' over Tcriy Martin of Philadelphia,
in twelve rounds, here tonight. Sullivan
nrppcrcd Martin with blows at will.
I THE UPLINE'S RACING CHART
SALT LAK1S. Tuesday. Sr.pt. 21, I'.iOO. Third day. Weather clear. Track fast.
C 1 QQ, l-IKST HACK Five furlongs. Selling. Three -year-olds and up. Value to
Index. Horse. Wt. s. 4 sir. fin. Jockey. Op. Ci.
IO.".:'. Gene Wood 107 ... 2 h 2 2 2 ?. 11 Murphy ! I
.'.Hi:! Chitterlings .. ..lor; l ... A li l ;; 11 i, Cavanaugh . . S S
l!7l P.urning Dusli ... 107 2 ... 1 2 I 1 II :; I Pickens n-2 fi-2
10 i I Mazapan 107 I ... .'! 11 :! 1J S 2 12 Post I 1
2-I52 Llbervalc J07 G ... r. I S 14 J, IJ .". 1 Tullot S .10
lur.l 7'elham 107 u ... 5 fi K 0 2 Frach .1 ::
1UI1 Llanlhel 102 7 ... 7 7 7 7 Van Dusen ... S 10
Al post, 24 min. OW at 2:50. Time, :21 1-5. 1:01 H-5. "Wood. pi. S-T.,
show. l-r.. Chitterlings, pi. .1. show. 1. IJush. show, 1-2. Winner eh. g., bv Sir
Hamplon-Avauul. Trained by fi. Davis. Scratched. Miss Bulle. Slart. fair. ' Won
all driving. Gene Wood, besl horse, caught Hush In stretch and then slqod off
determined bid of Chitterlings gamely. Chitterlings closed fast after a rough pas
sage. Bush no excuses, may have been short. Pelhani no speed today.
QQ SISCOND RACE Four and one-half furlongs. Selling. Maiden two-ycar-xj-vjs
0(S Value to first, 5200.
,?lnX",.. Ho,'Sl- Wl- 1 J S str. fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
Glare 103 2 ... I 11 I (! J fi j 10 Pickens .. ... I --.
I!)1S Fred Stono 10S I ... 2 1 2 1 2 :: 2 4 Howard 3 '
FI J'erfecto 105 n ..7 y 21 :: I.J ;; ja :: 21 Mondon 2 T
First Crow JflH fi ... fl lj fi s l 2 I :; Cotton S 12
17-.1 Culhtcan 108 :: ... 12 ! Ii C ". 20 P.aplev "0 "0
Discount 108 I ... fi fi . fi fi 'au Dusen .. C J
At post, I min. Off at :i:19. Time. :2-i 1-5. :!0 :;-5, :-,', 2-5. Glare out nl
ii,"'.1, l,ow;, .Stone, pi. ::-u. show 1-1. Perfeoto. show I. Winner b. f.. Yellow
Tall-I-oot Ight. Trained by .1. Fraters. , Start good, won in a gallop; second
easily third same. Glare rushed lnlo an 'early lead, and only had to gallop. Is
undoubtedly a good one. Fred Stone did Ins best, but had no chance to beat the
pinner. Kl Perfecto did well for first out. -Balance a poor Iqt.
5190 fh.iinI$VoACE I,iVC furl",gs- Celling. Three-year-olds and up. Value to
hv!r-- t-rtll?1S- Va-' f- :l A, o3,. slr- nn- .loekey. Op. CI.
, i I 2 24 2 li 2 24 li Shrlnor ..... 2 1
(..O'ij) Aquiline 02 ; ... 4. -i ;; ja j Thomas s lu
I0L. Judge Cabiness . . 1 0.'i 2 ... .".4 .11 :j 3 5, Cavanau-'h 15 -0
:I027 Dalerlan 101 11, I J 11, -I 1?. Jairelt . ! 5 7
nV-'-'i Vn6111!-1!1851", - - , i - A 3".L Henry . ...7-JO C-.".
(ljiito) fJelle JJrady lOli ; ... . fi u 5 fi fi Fischer S 12
At post, 05 min. Off at :::55. Time." :s -1-5. i.-oi 2-5. Kerry, pi 1-B
show out. Aquiline, pi. ii, show 1. Cabiness. show 2. Winner ch. Ardle
Killnrney. Scratched. P.osn Daly. . Start good fer all but Musunive. Won firsL"
bard driving. Kerry and Balerian raced head ami head to stretch turn when
Kerry forged to Ihe front, and in a hard drive just lasted. Aquiline finished with
a rush. Judge Cabiness ran a good racp. Musgravo no chance with start.
5191 POrKTFT PACE-Onc mile. Selling. Three-year-olds and up. Value to
'-IrTrM 1I,oretV, ,' w f , sr- ,m- Jockey. On. Cl.
C:arloy Paine ... i;. I 1. 1 1. 12 l.,aVaii Dusen fi-5 1
r.H.O Merllngo 10S 0 2 n " :: i 2 li 2 J. Llenry 10 s
'!II Orello ; . 10S . 2 J ,'! A 14 .( j" , Mondon . ii:.' S '$
lOi.i Mabel Hollander .105 '.I 2 o 2 1 2 1 .( h Collon ' 1; 1;
491 fi Mondon 100 S S S 7 1 G 2 5 1 Peak 15 -0
11 -17 Invader 105-1 4 15-11 5 2- 51 C, C, F Smith fi 7
(iOi::) ITerman Poylo .JOS 7 fib fi 14 fi:; 7 1 7 2 Tiillett " 5- 7
1012 Taskmii.ater . ...107 5 7 5 7 10 a s S Christie".'.'.'.' 10 20
Al post. 2 min. Off at 1:22. Time. :25 2-5. :5fl. 1-.1G 2-5. l-l'n p-tino nl
J-2. show out. Merlingo. j)l. :;. show S-2. Orcllo. show :!-2. Winner ch " St
Gatien-MaiHala. Trained by F. Merekel. Start good, won en.silv second "-i-'iitie-
third driving. Charley Paine had an easy time, nunfe his own puce "and won a
ho pleased. Merllngo eaine with a great burst of speed at Ihe finish, but could
not gel up. Orello ran Ills race.
5192 n!i7rl.00ACI:''b''X f,nIonKS- !5clii" Four-year-olds and up. Value to
Judex. Horse. Wt. s. 4 3 str. (In. Jocko v On C! '
(50fiS) .miett 101 :: ... 1 k 124 ji 1 .j isooncv - . ... 1-5 i
I0.J1 Cardinal Sarto, ...100 ; ... 5 fi 5 20 .'! 2i 2 2 l-'lscher
1711 Tim Hurst 101 I ... I l 2 I 2 l" ,T I Van puim, ?,
(1071) lOlmdalc 112 2 ... Ill -I .1!! 15 Plckcn " " k R
27L-7 Arthur Jlyman ..300 4 ... 2 1 4 h 5 2 5 5 Fra'-k .''.''' ' "it -mj
,51fiS Velma C 100 7 ... 7 - 7 7 fi 4 Cavanaugh ,' " "
1120 Dutiful 101 S ... ,C10 HO U 7 Hroden . . .f 3
Al post, 7A min. Off at 1:55. Time, :2I. :I0 1-5, 1:15. JUlotl nV- 1-1 mil
show. Sarto. pi. I. sliow 1-2. Hursl. show I. Winner b. ni. Morb Fomk'o-i it
l,,Y, ,l1,1" ir,','!!II,V''1 hy -'V IVno,,m';1- 'Sl!in lM$- won nd ma 'lhh S e
Jillctt had "all her speed, stood Ilyman on hfs head and had no ftirtho - tr.m e
Cardinal Sarto did his. best, was closing strong, bul could Vol get up. Thn Hi .-t
ran a good nice. Arthur Ilyman shoi't. v l ! ' -t'ni Iluist
5193 ,SIX I;AC 13 Seven furlongs. Selling. Three-yoar-olds.
Index. Horse. Wt. s. i a, str. fin. Jockov ' On r-
nif.fi Ales Ar Uon 110 I 12 I I 1 .1 1 H 15 Cotton s N n -
.T.I01' Tom leed 110 2 I! 1 2 1 2 7 2 1 2 10 Hov.'a rd " ' "" -l v'r
510'G Dr. Mayer 107 1. 5 5 5 -121 :i l Shri j
-.177 Alice Collins 107 ;: 2 4 1 :i 1 a h" --l C Christie 10 i'r
(l!)5(J) Lanita 107 5 I G 1 I I I 5 5 Post .. '....'; j
At post. 4 min. Off al .1:154. Time, :25 2-5, :J0 2-5 1-15 l'-oc
7-10. out show, llecd. pi. 1-2, show 1-1. Mayer, show ''l .3. Winner ii e n. ,'
Brush-Hampton Jtellc. Trained by F. Neville. Scratched. . olter St-irt e ,Vu) "r?.
all but Lnnlta. Aks Ar Hen. a block the best, went to the front L!!('fo
brecKed. Tom Held run a good race, bul could nol heal the winner Wr Mnvir
made up a world of ground, linlta Jumped Into the air at start -Maiei
JS EFt Those suh'eniic rrom wente.
firsi' noshes which sap the pleasures
H H n o lifo should takn Juven Pills.
-- :t-b3 Ono box will tell a story o
ruarvolous result". This incdlcino has moro
rejuvenating, vit.ilisin;: force than has ever
coforo been offered, kent post-paid in pluiu
pui'.kagu only on receipt of this adv. and 51.
Made by its orliriniitors C. I. Hood Co.. pio
rluto'G liptxl's baraaimrilla, Lowell, ilaat-
1 . l
BREAKS k lECOi
Quick Work in Firing and Load
ing Firearm on" Mule's
DES MOINKS. la., Sept. 21. A new
world's record was established at the
military tournament at Camp Corse to
day, when.' Ihe machine gun platoon of
the Sixteenth Infantry defeated the Thir
teenth infantry platoon nnd clipped four
seconds off tile former record for practice
with a mule battery. The piece was un
Ilnibered and fired, then loaded on to Lhe
back of a mule h, r.li seconds.
Troop A. Fourth Cavalry, curried off
the prize for tho finest saddle squad drill
under command of Captain Van Ixen.
Ihe troops executed a Merry Widow
waltz, much to the delight of the audi
ence. A grand review of all the soldiers In tho
COLLINS AND SULLIVAN
MAY BOX IN IDAHO
J. llurns returned from Pocatello Tues
day morning ami announces that the
fight fans are anxious lo see "Bird Leg"
Collins and Pete Sullivan mix for twenty
rounds. Sullivan is a big favorite In the
Idaho city, having defeated "Cyclone"
I hompson In a twenty-round match there.
Sullivan has been keeping himself in
trim and says he Is anxious to mix things
with anybody his weight. 135 to 110
Trail of Wreck and Kuin Is
Left Through Four (iulf
ATLANTA, Ga... Sepl. 21. Tho hur
ricane which last night devastated the
gulf coast and left a trail of wreck
and ruin through four slates continued
on its eourso today. Great ruin has
been wrought. u Now Orleans alone
five arc known to be dead and tho
damage is heavy. .11 is said it will
cost $100,000 lo replace the broken
plate glass in New Orleans.
From the little summer colonics on
(lie Louisiana and Mississippi gulf
coasts come vague tales of devasta
tion and fears that many lives have
been lost. Tho wealthy summer tour
ists, who own pleasure craft, are wont
to spend much time upon them, and it
is possible that ninny have- been lost.
Tiiloxi, tlio gathering place of the
wealthy, is still isolated and its fate
The Ionic of the new capilol at Jack
son was wrecked ami tho old capilol
unroofed. The streets were a (angle
of live wires and the fallen trees and
debris made the highways impassa
ble. At Vickshurg two boats were sunk
and a third was driven ashore. The
passongers were rescued. One boat
lies ju-ross the channel and has blocked
navigation. From Mobile it is report
ed the steamer Pleasure Tiny is miss
ing. In Ihe harbors of l'ascagoula and
Bayou .St. Louis many slips are empty
and the lorn moorings (ell of the fury
of the winds and waters. "Bath houses,
pavilions, yacht slips and pleasure ro
sorts thai. 'were nightly brilliantly il
luminated arc washed away and liot a
timber remains to mark " their loca
tions. And the story has not yet been
Tho propcrl- damage in New Or
leans, it is said, will reach $2a0,000.
fans mm Him
Many Believe the Uudefe
World's Champion Is EaVfc.t
NEW CHAMPION HAS Kf '
TIIF SPEED AND WEtfSji
Johnson Has Heen U mleSl,
mated, Probably Due toJS?'
His Color. JLci
James .7. .leffrles will soon be IrKjk-,.
country again and when he does Htfi'i
he says that he will make good hlsa,
isc to definitely settle the fight qiicr(.(
with .lack Johnson and sign up f$ft.
much tnlked-of contest for the TWer
There arc still a great many peoriwA
do not believe that the undefeated w6
champion will mix with the negnyt W&r
eluded being Jcffi-los's father. Buf!& 'a
boiler maker has posted 55000. andfi3V4u
that he will flyht. ;1IU1 ho certainly Vfrfii
not post a forfeit. unices he moal&ti 1,1
fight, although the forfeit Is poster.
such a manner that it can be drawnVcS53
at any time and docs not reallv 'fittf5
What the fans are interested il.VjIr
whether Jeffries will be able to coll
route of live years ago. From all rerJ
this will be impossible. Jeffries, for.?U
years led a life of ease and tooJSlaoP
much weight. In fact, reports haVjw. v
that he weighed over .100 pounds t C-1
he left Los Angeles, and that heff&M. f
heavy on his feet. This Is a cond,f' F
thai an athlete can never ovcrcomeSai J. &
If Jeffries ever consents to step IntoblLa'
ring with Jack Johnson, the tindefeVvcrtoc
champion will haw to adminlstoriLidl!
Jk'cp-producur inside of llv, roundsfti&tc
Jeffries falls lo do this, his gooaljcin
i-ooked and Johnson will gradually l?5 -him
to the canvass. Jeffries haslriT
punch, but can never stand a loug.SdfllAlj
light. Johnson has goL the scIencoXntT
can easily keep out of JeiTrlcs's wawfflOlfc
ten rounds, ami after that the negro?
no doubt put Jefrrles through a couri'
sprouts that will take all tho heartit
of the undefeated warrior. As Jett-fi"
can take an unlimited amount of putrid 1
ment the proposed light -will bo HtiVrlto
out for many rounds. Nothing is koYit 1
of how much punishment JohusoiifeS d
lake, but It Is known that when hoffUl cl
hurl he goes right after his man,4iK3
(here Is trouble. Johnson will bofeUt
ilrst heavyweight thut Jeffries wijl
that is anywhere near Jeff's vreTvii'tl
Johnson does nol seem to have a knVicir
out punch, but he Is a terrible punish
and has a damaging uppercut thatSjtfr t
proved the undoing of several of thclUfrt'
men he has bumped up against. Hj,0
Johnsons easy victory over Al IO.Ws?
inan was a surprise to several ofSfc
fight fans. Many aro now anxIouWl
C, lw, h0, "S'lt with Ketrhel will cijcS
nut. This is about tho most ono-RiWii
inaieh ever slated for the ring. Jolii3w
has weight, about thirty pounds, hai'sJ
and reach ami the drubbing the covT
will get he will remember for ,n
,no,lths' . ffm
, 1 ne oi-aiiuo mgii scnooi lootnail sni.,,.,
is putting in some hard work proparalll In )
to its initial game. 0 K. pived Oc;w
0. Tho nightly turnout of recruits Wjf
are desirous of making the teamF
creases gradually, and at the pre""
there is an enthusiastic crowd In jis
deuce a I every practice. Those. whoV-W
represent the Granite school on the giho
Iron this year have nol been choseikSaC
vol. but there are several likely catt
dates who are sure of a place. AlHtWi'
coaclrttig at lhe school Is done underJtiS'i
supervision of J. 15. iWnuss. whose worfeC r
thfs class lasl year brought tho scFuff"
to the front In footballdom. The camiaA
which is now beinu' Installed at the scThU 1
is uearlng completion. Ueslde a btwJ ,
ball diamond and football ground, Hur
is being installcft a half-mile tracltfi1,!!?
field events. fct
Noted Singer Married. mSL
:Z YORK. Kept. 21. The marff sdl 1
last April Is now announced of mta IF'Koi
nla. one of the grand opera stars who'll
entertained America for the last th
seasons, and Frank Labey, a New Ykfai
biisinesK man. The singer would notCTr
why the marriage 1 wa.-? Kept a secret,!?
ceptlng that she thought It would belfl-Fol
ytff- " j. -Jh """1"1"" " 11 111 in 11 11 iiiMiir il
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