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12 . ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JULY 5, 1911. ?
I SportmgNews from Everywhere
I mou lid, He pitched a heady, consistent
game, and although ho was frequently
nit hard he kepi his nerve and his head,
seldom allowing tho hits to bunch.
"Hasty" Wright umpired well in
spite of the fact that his decisions were
frequently questioned by the fans. One
decision at third base, in whrch .Dever
eaux apparently had Griflin out by sev
eral feet and Wright called him safe
was tho occasion for a great protest on
the part of the people in the stands.
The improvements in the field were
noticeable. The infield was much fnster
and the outfield very much improved.
Fortier Works Well.
"Billy" Fortier appeared in Salt
Lake for the first time yesterday in a
Xnion association uniform. lie cnught
the first game and did excellent work.
He hit the ball hard and was fast on
tho bags, Tn the second game he was
called to bat in the ninth as a pinch
hitter and rapped out a long single. Per
kins, after a week's rest, eaiight the
second gnme. He worked well behind
tho bat but did not have his batting
eye with him.
Van didn't play in the second game
because it was thought, that ho could n 't
hit Hildebrandt. However, ho was en Hod
upon in the ninth as a pinch hitter to
replace Clallin. Tliero were three men
on bases and two out. Van connected
with the first of Hlldebrandt 's shoots
for two sacks and two runners romped
home. Tie will probably stay in the
game hereafter when Hifdebrnndt
Huelsman, the famous home run hit
tor of the Great Falls team, had an
off day yesterdaj'. Hp. failed to get
hit at all in the first game, and in the
second got but one, albeit a nifty two
bagger. Almost even-body hit well in
the second game, Murphy of Great Falls
leading with two doubles and two sin
Hj glcs out of five times up.
Griflin dropped a home run over the
short right field fence in the second
game, bringing a runner home ahead of
Tirst Game in Detail.
In the opening- contest of the doublc-
header both icamr. wore blanked for the
first two innings. Then Great Falls
H broughl .one homo. Murphy opened thu
third inning with a double for Great
Fulls. He went tu third when Prout wnv
thrown out at first by Pendleton, and
Hj came came home on a wild pitch. Puels-
j man flew out to Cordtz. and then Toner
trot a two-base hit, ; Foster made the
third out by popping to Devereaux.
Before Salt Lake had any Groat Falls
B in-idi' It two by ."ending a man around in
the fourth. Griffin opennd with a single.
went to second when Clothier grounded
j out to Blankenshlp. and scored on
1 Vp nre's two-bagger. Van dropped Blt-
roloffs high fly and Vance reached third.
1 Murphy flew out to Spencer, who pegged
In fast enough to hold Vance at third.
Then Bltholff and Vance attempted a
1 double .steal. Fortlrr threw to flrsL and
1 Blaukenshlp whipped the hall back to
j third fast enough to nip Vance, retiring
1 Great Falls' only other run came in the
j fifth Prout singled and stole second.
Pendleton missed Forlier's throw to seo
oiid and Prout advanced to third. Toner
singled and Prout scored. Huelsman
again filed out to Cordtz: Foster went
out. Devereaux to Blaukenshlp and
myM Griffin, Pendleton to first,
Su't Lake took tho lead In the fourth,
driving In four runs. Fortier beat out
a beautiful bunt. Rlankenshlp intend
ing sacrificing his catcher to second, hut
Foster muffed and both were safe. The
infieldeis all let Cordtz's pop-up drop
between them, filling the bases. Orr hit
to Prout. who nipped Fortier at home,
leaving the bases still full. ""-In an at
tempt to double Orr at first. Vance hit
j tlu runner with the ball, and Blankcn-
ship and Cordtz scored. Van popped
J out to second and Devereaux walked.
j Pendleton popped out tu second and Gar-
ljer was given a life and Orr a score
1 when Clothier fumbled. Spencer flew
j out to right.
The- final run for Salt Lake came In
the eighth. Orr doubled and Van saerl
flced him to third. Devereaux brought
myM Orr home with a single. Pendleton flew
out to lig'U and Garber struck out.
The Second Game.
In tho second game Grout Falls took
tho lead from the jump. They hit the
ball so hard and so often and Salt Lake
connected to seldom that for several in
nlngs It looked like a big score for the
visiters and a shutout for the locals.
Hummel opened for Salt Lake and
lasted but little more than an inning.
j Murphy, first up for Great Falls, landed
j on the first of Hummers selections for
two bases. II.; went to third when Hum-
1 we threw Prout out at first, scoring
when On fumbled Huelsnian's grounder.
Toiu-r went out pitcher to first, and
Huelsman went to second. Foster
doubled, scoring Huelsman. Griffin flew
j out to Van. retiring the side.
Clothlei opened the second inning for
j Great. Falls with a single. He. reached
second on a passed ball and was sacri
ficed to third by Shannon. Blankenshlp
dropned Orr's throw to nail Hlldebrandl
nl first. Murphy was walked, filling the
tacks. Front singled, scoring Clothier.
Hummel walked Huelsman. forcing In a
run. Then Hummel was sent to the
bench and Claflin to the altar. Toner
celebrated Claflln's arrival on the mound
by doubling, scoring two more. Then
C laflln struck out Foster and Griffin
flew out to short,
Wright's Close Decision.
In the fourth Murphy beat out a bunt
j and stole second. Prout and Heulsman
each went out. Orr to Blaukenshlp, and
wh lu they were doing so Murphv com
pletcd the circuit. Toner ended the in
nlng by llylnjT out to Cordtz. The next
Inning, the visitors soi another. After
?.?,l?r 'Ja1 PPPcd out to Devereaux.
Grlftln singled and stoic second. Later
he stole third and It was on his decision
declaring Griffin safe at this sack that
caused the crowd to protest vehemently
to Lmpire "Raaty" Wright. Griflin
-scored on Claflln's wild pitch. Clothier
struck out. Shannon doubled and Hlldo
brand t popped out to Devereaux, retiring
B a th Bloc.
' Two rnoro Journeys to the plulc were
made by Great Falls In the sixth. Mur
nUy flew out to Spencer, but Prout fol
lowed with a two-base hit. Heulsman
tlioii got his one hit of the dav. a long
H double, scoring Prout. The b'iK fellow
went to third when Toner was thrown
out at first by Pendlc-ton. Foster walked
and he and Houlsman attempteI a double
steal. Perkins Jhrew to Orr and the
JY111 Wls' nn,.Irned rasL ,!0"Sli to nip
. tlie Givat Falls captain at the plate, but
Perklne dropped the .ball and both run-
1 tiers wen safe.
After Toner had walked- In the eighth
nn1 cached second when Foster was
HI thrown out-at- first Griffin dropped a long
HI one over the right field fence for a home
Hll ,n- bringing in the final two scores for
HH Great Falls.
Illldobrandt was practically invincible
to the seventh. Before that time several
balius had gotten oti but the red-headed
HVJ wonder almost invariably struck out the
HU ronialnder. In the seventh the locals put
'"f'lr Urst run across. Claflin wont out
Toner to Foster. Spencer singled and
HH icached third on Schlmpff's double. B5an-
1 kenship went out. Toner to Foster. Then
Foster mlsed Prout's throw in fielding
9rrB grounder and Spencer scoredi
Soltlmpff was nipped while trving to
score on the samo play.
The Big Pinitih.
The slaughter came in Die ninth. If
HHI )ne brilliant batting- rally had commenced
HH an Inning or two earlier the locals would
HH undoubtedly have won. As It was Illlde-
bra m! t was driven from the box and the
locals threatened to tie the score.
Spencer, first up. got a life when Prout
fumbled. Schlmpff singled, advancing
Spencer a base. Blaukenshlp struck out
and Orr went out Clothier to Foster, ad
vancing both Spencer and Srhimpk. With
two gone the contest appeared to be
practically over and half the people left.
The red-haired youngster then walked
Devereaux. the red-haired veteran crowd
ing the bases. Pendleton smashed out
a single, scoring Spencer and Schiinpff.
Cordtz singled, again filling the sacks.
Then Hlldebrandt walked rerkins, forc
ing in Devereaux.
Van had been taken out of the sec
ond game because it was thought that
he couldn't .hit Hlldebrandt. However,
he was put in as a pinch hitter to bat
for Claflin and the first ball pitched by
Hlldebrandt to him he cracked out for
two bases, scoring Pendleton and Cordtn.
Then Spencer came up for the second
time in the same Inning. He cracked out
a single and Perkins and Van scorca.
That was enough for Reed. lie look
out Hlldebrandt and sent Curlon to the
rescue. Fortier was trotted out by
13lankenshlp as another pinch hitler to
bat for SchrimptT. The new pitcher didn't
worry tho clever Utile. Salt Lake catcher
a bit and Fortier drove out. a long single
to right field that sent Spencer to third.
There was hope when Blankenshlp
stepped to the plate, but It was soon
ended, fdr Blaukenshlp popped out to
Toner, ending the games and the hopes
of the fans.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Murphy, cf 5 I ' 1' t 0 0
Prout, ss 5 1 I! 3 3 0
Huelsman, If. i 0 0 1 0 0
Toner, 3b 4 (1 '2 0 2 (I
Foster, lb ! 0 2 7 0 "J
Griffin, rf. 4 1 1 .1 0 0
Clothier. 2b 4 0 12 11
, Vance, c H 0 J 9 1 1
BItrolff. p .'I 0 0 0 .". 0
'Shannon 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 37 3 11 24 10 1
Batted for Bltrolrf in tho ninth.
SALT LA KB.
AB. R. IT. PO. A. E.
Spencer. If l 0 2 1 0 0
Fortior, c :t 0 1 5 2 0
Blankenship. lb. ... V, 1 0 10 1 0
Cordtz. cf ,.4 I 1 S 0 0
Orr. ss S 3 2 2 2 0
Van, rf V. 1 1 1 0 1
Devereaux, Hb 3 0 2 1 .1 0
Pendleton, 2b 4 0 0 2 4 1
Garber, p i 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 31 , fi 0 27 11 2
Score by Innings
Great Falls 0 0 11 1 0 0 0 03
Salt Lake 0 0 0 i 0 J 0 .1 G
Summary: Two-base hits Murphy,
Toner, Foster, Vance, Orr. Van. Sacri
fice hits Fortier. Blankenshlp, Van.
Stolen bases Prout. Blankenshlp. Orr 2.
Bases on balls OfT BItrolff, 2; off Garber.
1. Struck out By BItrolff. S; by Garber,
5. Left on bases Great Falls, 7: bait
Lake, fi. Wild pitch Garber. Passed
ball Fortier. First base on errors
Great Falls, 1; Sail Lake, 3. Time of
game I hour, 59 minutes. Umpire
AB. R. IT. PO. A. B.
Murphv. cf r 3 4, 1 0 0
Prout. ss .4 2 2 0 2 1
Huelsman. If. 4 2 1 1 0 0
Toner. 3b 4 1 1 1 2 (J
Foster, lb 4 0 16 11
Griffin, rf; 5 2 2 3 0 0
Clothier. 2b 5 1 I 1 1 1
Shannon, c 4 0 2 34 1 0
Hlldebrandl. p 4 1 0 0 2 0
Carlln.. p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 39 12 H 27 9 3
AB. R. II. PO, A. E.
Spencer. If S 2 3 1 0 0
Schimptf. rf fi l 2 3 0 0
Blankenship. lb. ... K 0 1 12 0 2
Orr. ss C 0 1 1 fi 1
nevereaux. 3b 3 1 I 2 J 0
Pendleton. 2b 5 1 2 4 6 0
Cordtz, cf 4 1 2 1 0 0
Perkins, c 4 1 0 3 2 1
Hummel, p 0 0 0 0 2 I
Claflin. p 4 0 0 0 1 0
Van 1 3 1 0 0 0
Fortier 1 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 43 S 14 27 IS 4
Balled for Claflin In the ninth.
Batled for Schiinpff in the ninth.
Score by innings
Great Falls 2 4 0 11 2 0 2 012
Salt, Lako 0 0000-0 10 7 S
Summary: Two-base hits Murphy(2).
Prout. Huelsman. Toner. Griffin. Foster.
Shannon. Schlmpff. Cordtz. Van. First
base on balls Off Hummel. 2; Claflin, 2;
Hlldebrandt, fi. Struck out By Claflin.
3: Hlldebrandl. 12. Doublo play Orr to
Pendleton to Blankenshlp. Wild pitch
Claflin. Passed ball Perkins. First base
on errors Great Falls. 3; Salt Lake. 3.
Hit by pitcher Prout. Time of game
2 hours and 7 minutes. Umpire Rasty
Wright. Attendance (both games) 5000.
Stolen bases Murphy. Griffin (2), Sac
rifice hits Prout, Shannon. Hlldebrandt.
Schlmpff. Home run Griffin.
TEAMS BREAK EVEN.
Flick Is Sold by Boise to Detroit:
Signs for $1500.
BOISE, .luly 4. The Senators came
from behind after the morning game here
today, creeping up from 4 to 0 and win
ning S to 5. Kane was wild and was hit
frequently, but the field was working
fairly well behind him. and when the
Irrigators went to pieces In the eighth
and tenth, tho visitors gathered enough
runs to win easily.
The afternoon game was one of the
fastest -seen, here this season. It was
marked the whole way through by bril
liant fielding. Maloney, working for the.
home club, was stingy with his hits and
passes, while the hard hilling Irrigators
got to Bryan frequently.
In the morning game a squeeze plav
pulled off .by . the Senators was the fea
ture, while the be3t exhibition in the
afternoon was the work In the field by
Waters and Flick.
A deal was closed here today whereby
the latter Is sold to the Detroit Ameri
cans, the consideration being $1500.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Bauer, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Stevens, rf. . . , 4 1 0 2 0 0
Case. 3b 4 2 1 2 1 2
Flannlgan. If .. 4 2 3 2 0 1
Fiye"k. 2b 5 0 1 3 2 0
Brooks, c 4 0 3 12 0 1
Kellackey, lb 4 0 1 5 0 1
Waters, ss 5-0 1 3 2 3
Klllllay, p & 0 o 0 2 0
Joss V 0.0 0 0 0
Totals 3Ji 5 10 30 7 8
Batted for Klllllay in tenth.
. , AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Wood, ss. 4 2 0 5 l l
i-r'Y,-v' lr 4 0 1 0 0 0
Kelly. 4 1 1 10 1 1
Irby, rf 5 2 2 2 1 0
Murray, cf f, l 2 J j n
Zwlcker, lb 5 0 0 10 l
2bo. n 1 1 1 5 1
Kibble, 3b 5 0 0 0 3 l
Kane, p .3 1 l 1 1 0
Totals 40 8 "s 30 15 7
Scoro by innings
Boise 1 01020000 15
Helena ,...0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 48
Summary: First on errors Boise, 2;
Helena, C. Struck out Bv Klllllay. 10'
by ICttTio. S. Bases on balls Off Klllllay!
3: off. Kane, C. Three-base hits Brooks,
Two-base hits Flannlgan. Brooks. Sac
rifice hits Levy. Stolen bases Stevens,
Irby Double plays Kibble to 'Vood to
Zwlcker; Kibble to Zwlckcr to Kelly;
Irby to Zwlckcr. Left on bases Boise,
10; Helena, f,. Hit by pitched ball Kel
lackey and Waters. Wild pitch Kane.
Passed ball Kelly. Time 2 hours, 30
minutes. "Umpire James Toman,
AB. It. II. PO. A. E.
Baer. cf 5 1 0 1 0 0
Stevens, rf 4 1 2 1 0 1
Case. 3b 0 1 0 2 0
Flannigan, If. 5 2 3 110
Flick. 2b 5 3 2 3 7 0
Brooks. 0 3 0 2 I 0 0
Kellackey, lb 3 1 2 12 0 -0
Waters, ss 3 0 l 4 4 0
Maloney, p 3 0 0 1 1 0
Totals 35 C 13 27 15 1
AB. R. II. PO. A. B.
Wood, ss 4 1 1 2 3 0
Lew. If 4 0 3 3 0 1
KcIIv, c 3 0 1 3 2 1
Irby, rf .....4 0 0 1 0 0
Murray, cf 4 0 0 3 0 0
Zwlckcr. lb 3 0 0 7 0 1
Shea, 2b 3 0 0 .i 1. 0
Kibble, 3b 3 1 1 2 3 0
Bryan, p .. 3 0 0 0 6 0
Totals 31 2 6 24 15 3
Score by Innings
Bolso 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 (5
Helena 00200000 02
Summary: First baso on errors Boise,
2; Helena, 1. Struck nut By Maloney, 4;
by Bryan; 2. Bases on balls Off Bryan,
4. Two-base hits Ca.se, Brooks. Sacrl-!
lice lilt Waters. Stolen bases Stovcns
(2). Double plays Waters to Flick to
Kellackey; Waters (unassisted). Left on
bases Boise, 10; Helena, 3. Hit by
pitched ball By Maloney. Kelly. Passed
ball Kelly. Time of game 1 hour and
45 minutes. Umpire Toman.
BUTTE WINS BOTH.
Leaders Have Little Troublo Taklnfj
Double-Header From Tallenders,
BUTTE, July 4. Butte took two games
from Missoula with ease by scores of G
to 2 and 9 to 7. Neither game aside from
a sensational double play started by Ma
thls In the first and the fielding of Murray
In the second possessed much life. Butte
hit hard and timely and ran bases with
good Judgment and her two victories
were easily won.
Beginning with tomorrow Managor Mc
Closkey will start the games in Butte
at 0:30 o'clock In the evening.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Murray, If 3 0 1 0 0 0
Sturgeon, rf ,. .". 0 0 0 0 0
Thompson, cf.. .... 0 2 3 0 0
Daschbach. 2b .1 0 1.0 4 2
Changnon. 3b 4 0 10 2 1
Roberts, c .....4 0 1 fi 1 0
R. Murphy, ss 4 0 2 1 2 0
McCatrerly. lb 4 t .1 14 0 0
Jachs. p 2 1 0 0 4 0
Cummlngs 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 112 2 9 24 13 3
Batted for Jaohs In ninth.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Dockstadcr. If 4 0 1 10 0
Fries, cf 4 0 .1 0 1 0
Mathes. ss 4 1 .1 2 0 I
Pcrrlne. 2b 3 1 I 2 ( 0
Druhot, rf 3 I I 0 -0 0
Duddv. 3b 3 1 2 I 4 2
Hannah, c 2 1 0 fi 0 0
Elscy, lb 4 1 I 15 0 0
Remneas. p .1 0 0 0 4 0
, Totals . 30 6 S 27 IS 3
Scoro by Innings:
Missoula 001000 10 02
Butte 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 " -G
Summary: Left on bases Missoula G,
Butto 5. Stolen bases Hannah, Duddy.
Murray. Doclustader. Sacrltlco hits
Murray, Romneas. Druhot. Jachs. Perrine,
Hannah. Runs hatted In By Dockstader
1. by Murray 1. by Duddy 1. by Elscy 1.
Double plays Mathes to Elscy; Mathos
to Perrine to Ulsey; Perrine to Elsey.
Struck out By Remneas 6, by Jachs 6.
Bases on balls Off Remneas 2. off Jachs
1. Wild pitch Jachs. Hit by pitched
ball Hannah, Duddy. Time of game
I hour 29 minutes. Umpire Lawlor.
AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
Murray, If 4 2 2 3 0 0
Sturgeon, rf 4 3 2 0 0 0
Thompson, cf . 5 2 1 0 0 0
Daschbach. 2b 5 0 3 2 1 1
Changnon. 3b. ...... 4 0 0 1 0 0
Roberts, c ....4 0 1 3 2 0
R. Murphy, ss 5 0 0 I fi 0
McCarrcrty, lb 4 0 1 13 1 0
Myers, p. 0 0 0 1 0 0
Cuinmlngs, p 4 0 1 0 2 1
Totals .39 7 11 21 12 2
A.B.' R. H. PO. A. E.
Dockstador, If. '. 3 1 1 o 0 1
Fries, cf 4 I 0 3 0 1
Mathes, ss 5 0 I 0 2 1
Perrine, 2b 4 2 2 0 3 0
Druhot, rf 4 1 1 1 0 1
Duddy, 3b 2 1. 1 1 2 0
Hannah, c. 4 2 3 G 0 0
Marshall, lb 3 1 1 10 0 0
Quick, p 2 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 31 9 10 '20 8 4
Roberts out for Interference.
Score by innings
Missoula 0 0 1 0 :; 0 1 0 27
Butte 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 9
Summary: Left on bases Missoula, 9;
Butte. 5. Stolen bases Duddy,, Hannah.
Sacrifice hits Fries, Quick, Dockstadcr.
Sacrifice fly Changnon. Two-base hits
Druhot, Marshall, Hannah. Murray.
Sturgeon, Cummtngs, Thompson, Dasch
bach. Runs batted In By Druhot, 2; by
Hannah, 3; by Sturgeon, Daschbach.
Thompson. Innings pitched Bv Myers.
1-3; by Cummlngs, 7 2-3. Base hits Off
Myers. 4; oft Cummlngs. G; off Quick.
10. Struck out By Quick, fi; bv Cum
mlngs, 3. Hit by pitched ball Roberts.
Duddy, Passed ball Roberts. Time 1
hour, 40 minutes.
Won. Lost. P.O.
Portland 50 40 .55G
Vernon ,. 51 44 .537
San Francisco ....... 49 4fi .510
Oakland 50 IS .510
Los Angeles 41 M5 .477
Sacramento 42 50 .457
Vernon- Takes Tvo.
OAKLAX, July 4. Morning game:
R. n. E.
Vernon ,5 S 1
San Francisco 0 7 1
Batterlos Raleigh and Brown. Hogan;
Moskimnn. Melklo and Berry.
Afternoon game K. H, E.
Vernon 5 C 1
I San Francisco 2 9 0
Los Angeles Wins Both.
LOS ANGELES, July 4. Morning
game: R, H. E.
Los Angeles 5 11 0
Oakland ; ..3 4 3
Afternoon game n. H. E.
Oakland .'....;.' '....", 0 7 2
Los Angeles 14 16 2
PORTLAND, Or., July 4. Morning
game: n. H. E.
Sacramento 2 S 0
Portland 0 3 1
Afternoon game P. K. ID.
Portland 1 fi 0
Sacramento 's 10 1
BUTTE SELLS REMNEAS AND
HANNAH TO DETROIT TIGERS
Special to The Tribune.
BUTTE, Mont.. July 4. John McCIos
key. manager of the Butto baseball team,
stated that the report that Alec Rem
neas. his star pitcher, had been sold to
the Detroit team was true. He said that
Jennings lias an option on both Romneas
and Catcher Hnnnah until August 10.
If they continue to make good Detroit
will no doubt exerclsu IU5 option and
Won. Lost. P.C.
Butte 39 23 .G29
Snlt Lake 39 27 .591
Great Falls 3G 25 .590
Bolso 33 33 .500
Helena 25 39 .391.
Missoula 19 44 .302
Won. Lost. P.C.
Philadelphia 43 2G .G23
Chicago 42 2fi .MS
New York 42 27 .009
St. Louis 39 30 .5G5
Pittsburg 38 30 .559
Cincinnati 29 39 .42G
Brooklyn 25 43 .363
Boston ...Ill 53 .232
Phillies Are Tirst.
First game R.H.E.
New Yorlc 7 13 3
Philadelphia 11 12 5
Batlerles Wlltse, Amos, Marnuard,
Drucke and Myers and Wilson; Moore,
Chambers and Dooln. Umpires O'Day
Second game . R. II. E.
Now York 5 8 1
Philadelphia 7 14 1
Batteries Crandall. Marquard, Ames
and Meyer; Alexander and Dooln. Um
pires RIgler and O'Day.
Cubs Win and. Tie.
First ?amo- R.H.E.
Chicago 00S00000 S 7 1
Cincinnati 0 00 1 0000 23 9 1
Batteries RIchtcr. Brown and Archer;
Kecfc and Clarke, McLean. Scvcrold.
Umpires Johnstone and Eason.
Second game R. II. E.
f:ii!o!Lirr 7 1
Cincinnati , 2 7 1
Batteries Cole, Brown and Archer;
Smith, Suggs and McLean, Scvcrold.
Umpires Eason and Johnstone.
Win and Loso.
First game R.H.E.
Boston 3 9 1
Brooklyn 2 fi 1
Batlerles McTlgue. PfefTer and Kllng;
Knotzer. Ruckcr and O. Miller.
Second game R.H.E.
Boston 2 9 1
Brooklyn 4 S 3
Batteries Pcrduo and Rariden; Schardt
Umpires Flnneran and Frnry.
Divide Two Gaines.
First game R.H.E.
Pittsburg .2 7 1
St. Louis 3 11 0
Batteries Steele and Simon; Harmon
Umplros Klem and Brennan.
Second game R. H. E.
Pittsburg 11 H 0
St. Louis 1 G 2
Batteries Hcndrlx and Simon; Steele,
Laudermllk, Geyer and Bliss.
Umpires Brennan and Klem.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Philadelphia 47 22 .GS1
Dotrolt 47 23 .G71
New York 36 32 .529
Chicago 31 30 .531
Boston 3fi 33 .522
Cleveland 33 40 .452
Washington 25 4G .352
SI. Ixmls .....18 50 .205
Tigers Drop to Second.
First game' R. IJ. IS.
Chicago 7 lii 1
Detroit .3 10 1.
Batteries Walsh and Sullivan; Lively,
Lalltte and Stanage.
Second game R. IT. 12.
Chicago 10 14 4
Detroit 11 L7 4
Batteries White. Baker. Young, Lange
and Sullivan; Donovan, Summers, Willclt
Athletics Climb to First.
First game R. II . 15.
Philadelphia 7 11 I
New York 4 JO 1
Batteries Coombs. Bender and Lapp,
Thomas: Vaughn. Klepfer and Sweeney
and Blair. Umplros Connolly and
Second game R. H. E.
Philadelphia ;.ll 13 0
New York 9 17 3
Batteries Coombs. Morgan, Martin,
Long. Leonard and Thomas; Brockett.
Fisher, Caldwell, Ford and Williams.
First game R. 11. E.
Boston 1 12 2
Washington fi 9 0
Batteries Clcotte, Hall. Nagle and
Nunamaker. Williams; Walker, Hughes
Second game R. H. E.
Washington 3 11 2
Boston 4 12 1
Battei;Ies Killllay. Clcotte, Wood and
Nunamnker; Groom, Hughes, Walker and
Win First; Loso Second.
First game ' R. H. E.
Cleveland G 17 2
St. Louis 5 15 2
Second game R. II. E.
Cleveland 2 S 2
St. Louis 4 10 0
Won. Lost. P.C.
Tacoma 47 31 .003
Vancouver 47 32 .595
Spokane 45 32 .5St
Portland 37 9 .5fil
Seattle 3(1 3S .4SG
Victoria 1$ 57 .210
SEATLE, July 4. Morning game,
b'core: , ' R. H. F.
Portland 4 11 0
Seattle , 12 IS 1
Afternoon game: II. H. E,
Portland 5 10 0
Seattle 4 12 4
Schmutz Loses; Annis Wins.
TACOMA, July 4. Morning game.
Score: R. II. E.
Tacoma .3 4 3
Vancouver : 4 S 3
Second game: R. H. E.
Vancouver 0 3 0
Tacoma 4 12 1
Each Takes One.
SPOKANE. Wash., July 4. Morning
game. Score: R. n. ic.
Victoria fi 14 3
Spokane 3 5 I
Al'lornoon game: R. H. E.
Spokane 5 5 o
Victoria ; 0 2 3
Won. Lost. P.C-
Denver , -.... 44 25 .fi:;S
Pueblo 42 25 .G27
St. Joseph 41 31 .5:59.
Lincoln 37 30 .552
Sioux City 38 31 .551
Omaha 33 37 .471
Topeka 28 42 .400
Des Moines 15 57 .20S
At Denver Lincoln, 1: Denver. 5.
At Omaha Omaha. 9; St. Joseph, 5.
At Sioux City Sioux City, 2; Des
At Pueblo Pueblo, G; Topeka, 2.
At Denver Lincoln, 7; Denver, 3.
At Omaha Omaha. 4; St. Joseph, 3.
At Pueblo Pueblo. 13; Topeka. 3.
At Sioux City Des Moines. 3; Sioux
City, 2 (10 Innings).
AVon. Lost. PC. Win Lose
Butto -39 23 .029 .635 .1519
Salt Lake 39 27 .591 .035 .582
Great Falls ...... 3G 25 .590 .597 581
Bolso ..33 33 .500 .507 .493
Helena 25 39 .391 .400 .385
Missoula ... 19 41 .302 .313 .297
Am ericaa Aasociatien
Won. Lost. PC.
Columbus 4.7 31 .592
Kansas City 43 33 .500
St. Paul 38 3S .500
Minneapolis 37 3s .493
Louisville 37 38 .493
Milwaukee 37 40 .481
Toledo 31 42 .417
Indianapolis 33 44 .429
At Minneapolis St. Paul, 12; Minneap
At Kansas City Milwaukee, S: Kansas,
At Louisville Afternoon: Toledo, 4;
At Kansas City Milwaukee. (; Kansas
At Loulsvlllo Louisville. 1; Toledo. 4.
At St. Paul Minneapolis. G; St. Paul,
fi. (Called by agreement end eighth.)
At Columbus Columbus, 3; Indianapo
Happiest Girl in Lincoln.
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had
been ailing- for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. 1
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days J
was able to be up and got better right
along. I am the proudest girl in Lin
coln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all dealers.
BUTLER The funeral services over the
remains of Richard Butler, who died in 1
this city July 3. 1911. will be held from
St. Mary's cathedral today at 10 a., m.
Interment Ml. Calvary cemetery. Women
of Woodcraft are Invited to attend.
SMITH Funeral services over the re
mains of the Infant son of Thomas ajid
Sarah Smith will be held from O'Donnell
& Co.'s chapel today at 4 p. m. Inter
ment Ml. Olivet cemetery.
EBERwTlLALL. UNDERTAKER AND
embalraor, 164 a. West Temple. Phones
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. R.
McKcnzlo. Display yards 422 So. State.
214 E. 2nd So. Both phones 37. b297
HUDDART FLORAL CO.. 02 SO. MAIN
fit. Phones 106. Cut flowers and fu
neral designs. nl623
WANTED FEMALE HELP
AT THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER
Co. employment department a cordial
welcome awaits stenographers In search
of positions; ovcry effort is mndo to place
them In the kind of positions they desire;
no fees. 176 So. W. Temple. 3382
FKKE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregational church. We
get you a position free of chargo. Tele
phono Ind. 3G66; Eell 5S22. t2773
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front," 112 West 2nd South.
Lady attendant. Prlvato waiting room.
Bell 3534. cl54-5
FTVE EXPERIENCED SOLICITORS.
Apply at 19 West 1st So. H019
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 1022 1st avc. f3317
YOUR OLD FEATHERS CAN BE MADE
Into a beautiful willow plume. 54S So.
State. ' h2S9
COMPETENT GIRL TO COOK AND DO
housework; references. 925 1st ave.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED COL
orcd chambermaid. Hotel Normandy.
23 E. 3rd So. h5S3
GIRL BETWEEN THE AGE OF12 AND
14 years to assist with light house
work and assist with two children, ages
3 to 5; must be of neat appearance; best
of wages to right party. S47 So. 5th
GIRL TO CLERK IN MILK DEPOT.
Call today between 9 and 12 a. m.
Superior Dal it. -IT-1 E. 2nd So. h590
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR IIOUSE
kcoper on ranch Immediately. P. O.
box 150, or Boll 8G-2 Black, Park City.
WASHING AND IRONING DONE AT
home: work guaranteed. Bell. Forest
COMPETENT YOUNG LADY STENOG
rapher desires position; would consider
cashier's position. G-ll. Tribune. h509
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER. WORK
l'iy day. Bell phono 1219-X. h506
KUKNj 'JUISOF ALL KINDS WANT
vrt: will pay you first-class prices. K
C. Flrhr & Co.. 1C5 So. W. Temple. Boll
SI 71. In'.'. 964. e255
LADIES WANTED TO BRING THEIP.
husband's watches Tor $1 main 3prlng3
Carter .le clrv Store. 321 Alain st. slSO1.'
ALi K.iNDS SECOND-HAND CLOTIi
!ng. tr.-nks. valises; best prices paid
S Comr"'ircl.-s.l st. Reply by postal carU
YOUR OLD CLOTHING. WILL CALL
Salvation Army. Beth phones. t2191
TO DO YOUR UPHOLSTERING A NO
mattress remaking. Utah Bcddlnn and
Mfg. Co. Both phone? 383. b303
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IRON.
brass, rags, botUop, rubber, copper, etc.
l. tiili Junk Co., 840 So. 4tu West. Phons
LAKE3 HAND LAUNDRY: ONLY HON
est work; pleaso try once. Phonc3 2591
Za8 W. South. f4001
WILL SHIP CAR H. II. GOODS TO LOS
,, Angeles and ono to Chicago and one to
Portland and ono to Florida next 10
onyn; very reasonable rates. Kimball Van
& Storage- Co.. 73 So. Main. s280S
FEW AMBITIOUS HOME-SEEKERS TO
file on best homesteads In Utah, to bo
Irrigated. W. H. Paul. 201 Kuurns bldg.
I BUY YOUR OLDCLOTHING," LADIES'
or gents'. Bell 5021, Ind. 3273. h29
SHETLAND PONY: STATE AGE. COL
or and price. Address Mr. Welker.
care Rowo & Kelly Co., Kearns bldg.
CALVES ANY AGE. FRESH AND
springing cows and dry cows, poultry.
Bull kept for service. We fotch cows.
A. T. Saunders, phono 2374-Y. Rear 1415
So. Main. h!4 I
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR LADIES'
and gents old clothing. Phono 1992.
Timeliness of Wan J
The Wants arc always seasonable, reflecting today's needs 'K
Now there 's a demand for helpers in the home, servants, nuH
maids and others, to go to tho country, the seashore or the m'tiMP
tains with families who arc leuvin ; town or the heated season
Soon will come the call for workers in tho fields, to help in gaE
eririR the harvest; then the autumn activities will be followetUMB
the holiday needs, all of which will he reflected in the Tribune
for the Wants arc always right up to the minute, telling of todjrjp
One great advantage of the Wants is the fact that they areBf
immediate 'in response, oftentimes an edition is hardly off the p
before advertisers have responses reach them from tho ads tflp
they have inserted. jjjfl
immediate in result, far reaching in influence, the Wants haBj!
come to play an important part in meeting the most urgent demaaH?
of 'business and the household. 1X
If you wish to insert a little want ad call either phone. BS
5200; Ind., 300.
WANTED MALE HELP
SHEPPARD'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
"The Red Front," 112 West 2nd South.
Hcaduuarters railroad and mining help.
Bell 3531. ei543
50 MEN TO BORROW MONEY ON
anything of value. Uncle Sam, 30 East
1st South. c240
M. J. DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Skilled and unskilled laborers fur
nished. 40 East 1st South, coiner Com
mercial. Bell phones 33S8. Ind. 923. p !3
STROCK'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Hotel, restaurant and household help.
Headquarters for laborers
55 West 2nd South. 'Phones 46-1.
FREE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. BASE
ment First Congregational church. We
get you a position freo of charge. Tele
phonos Ind. 3666, Bell 5S22. 1365
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
know that the Aegis Life Insurance
company sells the new and up-to-date
life, accident and health policies. Address
500 Scott bldg. elOO
WANTED CORRESPONDENTS IN
Utah, Nevada and Idaho for the Aegis
Lifo Insurance company. Address 500
Scott bldg., Salt Lake. elOl
YOU ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN
ment position, ?80 a month; write for
list of positions open. Franklin Institute.
Dept. 392-G. Rochester, N. Y. c235C
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS BOYS FROM
16 to 18, who have had experience In
delivering and collecting preferred: good
money; excellent business training. Ad
dress C-51. Tribune. f952
MEN WANTED TO TRY OUR B. & T.
trusses; fit guaranteed or money re
funded. Rex Drug Co., 79 West 3rd So.,
cut rate druggists. f 1 221
THE BEST SELLING VACUUM
cleaner In America; agents are making
from 350 to 3250 per week; we want a
representative in every town to handle
the sale of the Golden Rod Vacuum
Cleaner; to men whojaro capable of or
ganizing and instructing solicitors we
have a vcrv special Inducement to offer
Write todav for particulars. Tho Hugro
Mfg. Co., 431 South Dearborn st Chi
WANTED 1000 MEN TO WEAR OUR
made to order S15 suits. Dundee Woolen
Mills, 241 South Main st. f2029
IF YOU WANT TO PAY' FOR A
course In detective training and get
value, call 20S-209 Mclntyrc building. 68
South Main. 2536
ALL KINDS OF PLUMBING AND
heating done. "Utah Plumbers and
Heating Co." Take advantage of dis
count now. Bell 1531 -Y. f3H2
WANTED MEN AND BOYS IN LOS
Angeles; small pay but ear. learn trade
of automobiles, electricity, plumbing
bricklaying on actual contract jobs: 300
students last year: catalogue free. United
Trade .School Contracting Co.. Los An
geles. GOOD FURNITURE UPHOLSTERER
wanted. Greencwald Furniture Co.
WANTED ONE T'TRST CLASS
switchman capable of holding yard
foreman position for small road In Ne
vada; must be sober and furnish first
class clearances: none others need apply:
standard wages: give references and
present employment. Box G-1C, Tribune.
WANTED BOY ABOUT IS. ONE HAV
lng had experience in drug store. Ott
Drug Co. h5S9
YOUNG MAN WITH KNOWLEDGE OF
bartending; must bo strictly sober and
have reference. G-17. Tribune. h591
WANTED EXPERIENCED NIGHT
watchman; references. Apply Knuts
ford hotel. h574
PHOTOGRAPHER AND FINISHER FA
mlllar with, post card work. Address
G-14. Tribune. h521
WANTED SITUATIONS MALE
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
In country to do chores and work
around house; reasonable wages. F-35.
GENERAL BLACKSMITH WANTS PO
sllion; references, given. F-12, Trib
CAN YOU DO SOMETHING A LITTLE
better than anybody else? Arc you ex
ceptionally proficient in some particular
line? Can you make somothing a little
better than It Is usually made? Tell of
vour proficiency In yfnir specially In the
want columns. h3S9
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND PA I R EACH OF MEN'S OX
fords and women's pumps; newest
6prlng styles: worth 53.50 and $5.00 a
pair. Owner car. have same by calling
at tho Economy Shoe Shop with 52.5U
as reward. Fourth floor Judgo bldg.
LOST BROWN LEATHER WALLET
containing several passes to rcsorfs. un
indorsed check for S20 and two memo
randa of stock purchases, Owner's name
stamped In gold on inside. Return to
Tribune office for Identification and re
MANY OTHER CLASSIFICATIONS OF
The Tribune wants aro equally as vital
In their Inllucnce to hundreds of readers
as the facts that aro listed under the
caption "Lost and Found." h389
LOST BUNCH OF KEYS. RETURN
Druehl & Franken, 271 So. Main. Re
LOST DIAMOND SCREW STUD.
Relnslmar, care of Davis Shoe Co.
CJtiiiJi--IfciT AND ASSAYERS
160 South V Temple, Bell phono 4114.
YELLOWSTONE CAMPING TRrP; TWO
vacancies In select Jackson's Hole and
Yellowstone park horseback party, per
sonally conducted by licensed guide; good
horses, experienced assistants: an excep
tional opportunity to see this famous
country In the best way- Apply John F.
Woodman, Somloh hotoJ,
FOR RENT Wtt
pendent Cal' Dl"' Turncr' 103K3
Four rooms, bath, closets, WllfBjX
Bell phone 5623. J&
U -ROOM FLAT, TOP FLOOR. Jmjfy
fer apts. 164 E. So. Tcmple.jB;
4-ROOM FLAT. CORNELL "sEii
men' is, S35. Inquire No. S.
FOR RENT MODERN 4 A2-"0''-'zCr
apflrtrncnliJ m Kenslngtjp).
2nd East, opposite cltv and coiKi
Thrco rooms. Apply hou6er
FrVE-ROOM TERRACE. BAIMP
cellar, front and rear portim&
range. hot and cold water, sttytti
S30. See Janitor, Kisster apartru
E. 5th South. 'jWFi
FOR RENT CHOICE A-TXOOyZ
ment at tho St. Regis; one ofWT
locations in the city. Now marJr,!
3- ROOM APT. In CRITCHLO
vacant on first. See John QJ
at Rowe & Kelly's. k
4 - room: modern apartSti 2T
South 41 h East. The Oqulrrl If4
173 or 1325-X. q f J
4- ROOM APTS., THE OAKS;?
and 4th EaBt. Apply No. 7. J J
BUNGALOW APARTMEI &
Elegant 4-room flat, wit hi fZZ
porch; No. 15 3rd East. Bel
GLEASON APARTMENT -J
168 East 6th Soulh, one of t Z7-
arranged 4-room apartments In V
strictly modern; reasonable ra (:
LAKE VIEW APARTMENTS. Al
venlenccs. 271 No. Main. Ind
TWO 4-ROOM APARTMENTS.'JPt"
dith; no car fare, modern. 170Q
5- ROOM MODERN APT., CliM
nlce location. Bell 3707. G8?
NEW FLATS. FRONT' AND RjMfe
dividual porches. Stlefel apii
54S East 4th South. Office 82WJj
2ND AVE. AND B STMK'J
BEST FURNISHED AXD'IN'
NISHED APARTMENTS IN TrMM
A PERFECT GARDEN SPOOMrr
CALL AT OUR OFFICE AVU
REPRESENTATIVE WILL Ml
PANY YOU TO THE PREMISMF,
NEEL, RIT10R & TARPMtrr
1002 NEVVIIOUSE BLCI (
BELL 901. Wfe
5-ROOM MODERN A PA RTME
quire apt. 2 Canning apartnMBlj
2616. 505 E. 2nd So. 1 Jff ;
TWO AND THREE-ROOM ?jLZZ
menls, hardwood floors. dtajHu'r
beds; no car fare. Phone 2023Mcvy
STRICTLY" MOD., 4 -RM. FLABfe
ly papcrd. The Cummlngs.; IEjjj
LA SELLE. NEW 4-ROOM AP'KfW
ner 3rd So. and 5th East; reaMRw
davs; east front: Individual froMV: ;
rear screen porch, gas range. lMtr
boiler rooms separate from moiiBS" .
storage room: best Janitor sen'lwj,?!
35 and, 432.50. Bell 4141. rT:; ,
5-ROOM MOD. APT, All -ME16
Bell 39G0-Y. 59 No. 2nd Wjijfo
4-room mod. apartment. 343 ;
Bell phone 3259-X. jH-'
THE PEERLESS, 4-ROOM M.
74 ind avc. Inquire 105 E. 'R
MOZART APARTMENTS. BEsjBr
modern flat in city; front ais
porches; walking distance; referfcwL,
quired Bell 4519. "JEt-
MODERN APARTMENT; FOmR
Janitor service and laundry; SBta
135 S'o. 7th East. Inquire apt-.jgi
FOR RENT XJlTFTTENTSBrEB:!
Also furnished. ,232 Eest So3Vfi
CRISMON !sTN ICHOLs! jMM
and chemists, removed to, f
UNION ASSAY OFFICE, iss'jjggi
West Temple. P. O box HJBBfrj
BETTLES, MATHE55 & CH&
Bardwell. manager. 158 SwmWmTn
Tom pie. Both phones. 3BaNh
R. II. OFFICER & CO., ASSATB&.J
South West Temple st., 'S,?W'QK
Commercial tiiniug rooms, -Jy
we" sellall alTkesKbE
- chines. Prices lower than Mc?KA'
In Utah. Renting und repairuM!,
cialty. 23 W. 1st South. Bell IBKS M
paper cleaned, caipots takonVBliM
brought back like new; riB?B&i
carpets Ge per yard: senenjjKC;
cleaning and painting reasonahtflnn
Housed caning Co. Boll 56ol"TKS
MOVED TO NEW ABdDRElsTHfc
lst South. National Houm iHf1