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I World's Champion Pug Announces Retiremert
; FANS PROFESS HOPE
Chicago Wild With Joy Over
Victory, but Ginnts Appar
ently Have Pennant.
MARTY O' TOOLE LOSES
Minneapolis Wins Flag in
sr'-nsi to The Tribune.
CHICAGO, Sept. 28. Because the Cuba
bfive won the nisi two games of the
present aerlaa Willi the darn's. Chicago
funs are wild with Joy tonight and pro
fess to have hopes of the pennant, hut
ail ill.-- laws or probabilities Indicate thai
the QIants have, the tins: safely tucked
However, if Chicago can win all of Its
nin. renialnlng games and New York
lo.ji nine of Its remaining fourteen
g.imes the i "iibs will win the pennant,
for the standing Of the Beams then
Won. Lost. ('.' !
Chicago !'G 58
i New Vork 15 5'J .617
Or. If Chicago wins :ill of its nine
fames and New ITork loses elghl of Ita
rourxeen games the teams will bi tied,
for the standing then would be:
Won, Lost, PC
Chicago M x .623
Now York 96 58
or. it' the Cubs could win seven out
of their nine games and the Qlants
should lose eleven oul of their fourteen,
the Cubs would have Hi' pennant, thus:
Won. Lost. P.C
Chicago M fin 610
New fork M fil .Ml
ir Nw rk loses ten games, Chicago
can lose two and still lie New Vork.
Ft Will he seen, therefore, that the "lli-
i.ici team litis only the narrowest chance
of winning the flag Forty-three points
no separate the rivals. Tin- standing:
Club To play. Won Lost. P.C.
New tOtk H !'fl
Chicago r B 58 M(
Pittsburg ' 82 ti'i i858
Philadelphia . . U '' ,; 1 r' 18
Chicago made ii I wo s t :-, i t; 1 1 1 from
N- v. Vork Thursday, winning the second
Ram'- of the series. Th difference be
tween the two clubs In the pennanl race
!: .ui down to five and a half games or
.In.- Tinker, hero mom hat lies, de
livered the hit that gave Chicago the vic
tory. After two men were out, Bhreck
anl and Sehutte eaeh singled and both
cored on Tinker's double to left field.
Mathewsc pposed "King"" Cole in '
pitchers' iaitle. The former was hit
fh'Hv seven times, while cole allowed
lir hits, oiih- two of which were bunched
in the opening inning Tin- snppori.
however, behind Mathewson was ragged,
while that of the Chicagoan was even
sensational. Score: R. H. B.
Chicago - 7 "
New Vork 1 6
Batteries Cole an-i Archer: Mathew-
snn and Mw-rs I'liir-lr.-s 0'1 and
MAGEE GETS HOMER
OFF OF OTOOLE
Special to T'no Tribune.
PlTTSBi no. Sept. 2$'. Sherwood Me
rjee fgoed 822.500 Marty O'Toote toria
for ;iie iir: tlm and acknowledged the
Introduction i banging the first hall
pitched for the longest, home run ever
seen on Forbes Held. II happened hi the
firs I .tmlnp. with a man on lirsi and was
enough to win Hie game. The score was
4 to 0.
O'TOOle fanned four of the first five men
who ftteed him, bul every smash seemed
to land safely. McGes's home rim came
after Rnabe had singled In tne first.
Pittsburg today was slr.it out by l'lnla
elnhl8. Only four Pitisburg plavers
reached third har. Score: P.. n. K.
Pittsburg 0 i i
Philadelphia ... I T ii
Batteries O'Toole, Robinson, Lclfleld
and Simon. Moore snd 1 otter Umpires
- Rifrler and Flmu-ian
BreenzhPn Loses Game
ST. LOOS, Sent. 2V - Brooklyn today
won easilv from St LoUlS.
ft ore R. W. B.
Brooklyn i ?.
1 St. Louis 4 7 2
Batteries Racon and Higglns; Zackert.
Radabaugh. Golden and wins... Umpires
Klein and ECmsile.
Rain Postpones Game.
ctViNNATI. Sept. 2 --(ineinnati-Botoii
game postponed; n
i us ANGELES, Cal.. Sept. 28. Score:
R H E
LOS Angeles I' 10 8
Kitt'sl Vernon 3 2 i
Batter I os lieverens and Abbott;
Brgcken ridge and Brown
PORTLAND, Or., Sept. B Score.:
P. ft. B.
tbi if Portland ! 3 1
San Francisco l 3 a
Batteries Bteen and Lalonge; Milter
and Berry. (Twelve Innings.)
san FRANCISCO, Sept. 28. Score:
n H. E.
I Bgeramento to 3
' . ciakland 1 12 r,
Batteries Thompson, Bryan and iv,n.
n r;- Martlneni, Pernoil and Mitze.
VANCOI veh. n c , sept. 28. Score
P. H. E
ffjHv-i Vsjpcouver 5 n 1
Batteries- Iwike and Grlndle. Gervals
SPOKANE, Sept. 28,- -.ore:
1 : r. , R. H E
rorrland 1 - 2
filiw Spokane '...9 f 5
Ratir- Ifr-kle jin-l Koors H-nner
jj, and "Mdi-K
?1 SEATTLE Wasb.. Sept pff Bcoro:
R- H. E
SIM TS- otna I 4 3
fgrKSe .cttle ..........3 S 4
Bs ttertes ldlQer and Purr,'; Fullerton
r, ; WhallnK.
S 1 k TMedo Indianapolis 1. T.ir, 1
, ;; Al Colnmbua- l.otiisvuie t. 'oiMy,liiifi
" i t At Minneapolis s Paul-Minneapolis;
AS a both aan'K postponed : aroundi
. J; i At Km :, Ciiv Mllvank..- K;.n.i-
L-'JrB CI? 3 : n.) ca Milwaukee J. Kan
fill City r-uilerf ond eighth inning
i 511 n Rccounl Kt darkness).
New York Beats St. Louis.
NEW FORK. Sept. 28.- Nea Vork to
day defeated St. I.ouis in a ame niorr-
far'-ii than any other seen here this
season. The visiting pitchers isnd
thirteen ,,,so.i and the New Yorkers
stole fifteen bases on Stephens and
Clarke, si of them heinc in the second
Inning. Si ,ir"' i? 1 f- E-
St. 1nls 13 II i
New- Vork is 18 6
Pntirie Hamilton. B. Prown, Nel
son Stephens and Clarke; Warhop. yuimi
"Buck" O Brln Wina.
BOSTON Bep1 -v "Buck" O'Brien io.
,;,-i allowed Chicago nl- three hits, rvhtlo
Boston was hitting Lang bard, and Bos
ton won. Scire: R H. B.
Boston 12 1
Chicago " :. 1
Batteries -O'Brien and Williams; Lang
Statesmen Defeat Tigers.
WASHINGTON, Sept. "c. Joluison r"id
Summers engaged In s pitchers' battle
t...i.'i. a bas on balls In the eighth ln-nin.-:
followed by s sacrihee an Infield
oul and Drake's muff of Gessler's fly to
short Wt isnltefl in tln winning run for
Washington, s.-ore r. H. B.
Washington 2 .' 1
Detroit 1 r. 2
Batteries Johnson and street; Sum
mi r nnd Sts ns g .
Champs Win Again.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 28. The home
tenni todaj lilt the delivery ol K'rapp and
P'-isIkI liard and won. Score:
R. H. B
Cleveland , - .8 8 :
Philadelphia 9 11
Batteries Krapp, ReiBlgl and Adams
DanfOrth and Thomas.
At H i Joaoph St. Joseph. 1-5; Tope
At Lincoln T.ineoin, 5; Sioux City, 1.
At Pueblo -Pueblo, 5; Dee Moines, i
A) Denver Denver, 3-2: Omaha, 7-0.
Second game called end nfiii; darkness
HUNTERS MUST NOT
SHOOT IN THE DARK
The dmk anil geeSC season Will Open
Sunday morning al 6:46 o'clock, and 11
is the desire of Fred W Chambers, state
fish and game commissioner, thai all of
the si ling clubs open a! thai tinv-.
He argues thai manj of them win do so
without urging and thai If the others do
not the birds will congregate there in
such large numbers that there will he
grave danger of another Bpread of the
cholera which did 80 much damage lust
if tin- iimks and geeae are kept mov
ing from one place to another they will
he healthier than if they are allowed to
he idle, and this will also give everyone
in equal chance at hunting them, llimt
ers are reminded, however, thai they
in)i nol shool before i' is light enough
to see the birds when they fall, as the
law specifies this.
"Tho supply "f dUCkS is ifiniil and Iha1
of geese better than it has evei been,"
said Mr Chambers yesterday, "I esti
mate thai there will be 5000 hunters oul
a ini thej should average (iv ducks each.
Wi iin-.e Lhe malad practically stamped
AT HIGH SCHOOL
The first scrimmage of the year was
held ai the high school yesterday after
noon, The squad was divided into two
teams and both did "."l work Among
the players wore Harvey Snow, who is
trying oul for fullback; Ward and Oie-
gon, lasl war's halfbacks; Matt Galla
gher, who played an end for hirIi school
two yean a so. On the second team were
Russell Snow, wpo played halfback Sld
doway .- candidate ror fullback, and Wil
son, who played quarterback
The in -up-
Firsl team. Second team.
Gallagher l e ....... Banning
HoutK 1 t Treseder
Wilkes 1 g King
Cahoon b Weader
Naj lor r g Nelson
Dlx r t Kass
B. Wilson r Kerr
Higson q h E Wilson
Waul 1 h Jesson
H. Snow f Slddoway
Olc son , . . r h R. Snow
M l'. VERNON. Wash.; Sept. 28. The
All-America alt-age stake was won today
by Commissioner, owned by Prank Arnt
-.r Nashvile. Tenn;, and handled by J- M.
A vent of Hlckorj Valley Tenn. Mp
money, seeond is owned and handled by
J. M Avent, and Tncle Da third, Is
ow neri by George W. Parsons of Konne
bunk. Me. and handled by Jake Bishop
of Rutherford, Ala.
The rnii.-d Northwestern club's trials
were started with 1 he derby Immediately
after the All -America trials had been
iimshrd. Five braces ran hi ih derby
TERRY KELLER- IS
VISITING IN OGDEN
.-hie- -.., to Tha Tribune.
OGDEN. sept. 28. Terry Keller, the
clever middleweight boxer, is In Ogden,
Visiting his parent- after several months
spent In San Francisco, where he r-n-gnged
in a number of ring contests with
out defeat. Keller a year ago was
matched with Joe Thomas h"te The
I Hghl with Thomas was scheduled for
twenty rounds, but was brought to an
abrupt end when Keller s iaw was broken
by an accident Keller, under the mah
acemeni of Jeff Lee, Is m his wa to
Nr-w "t'ork where h- will tr to make a
mai- It with Frank Klaus.
NEW rORK. Sept. 28. The state ath-leii,-
commission today revoked the char
t r if tin- Madison Square Garden Ath
iletl, ehib. on the ground that tile eluh's
i,-n:r- of the Garden was not in conformity
-villi the la"- Th commission ,renowed
the license of ue National Sporting cinb
Of America, which Was revoked la.( week
I On BOCOUnt of an inv alid I'-ase.
T. PAUL Bant. 2.--Th eallinc off
; of today's doublsheader between Mlnne
ir.oiis ,-nr si tmhi rrives Mlnneapolii the
I American aasoclatlon pennant
Kay Roreai Boxing Law.
ALBANY, N. V. Sept ?s -.(;,-.,-... i
1I- will send to th, legislature Imnnr
'row a srcil n-;a?'- urging the prompt
, repeal of the Frawle. law. undr which
the state athletic commission w.is ere.it
j ed to lra!ize hrinc and otrier athletic
exhibitions. The governor said t.'msiit
, that he sicned th" Frgwley Mil because
the relieved a proper regulation of t.r-.,)ts
, ue.ir.r sate snpsTvisdon would tend to
lelei ,fe them. He now feels convinced that
the MW ha n' op'ratei to accomplish
"ootVia!! Gime Sunday.
The Mariett and Tiger fotl ,1 teams
aritl open t he 'n footbnll sens. , ,.
ei aik-r field next Bnuday afternoon.
Th t.o teams will line up for li
kit koff sj .'; .. . lot k.
EMDYMIQN II. LOSES
TO JACK 0WE1
Moyne Entry, Including Ches
ter Krum, Severe Disap
pointmenl In Backers.
FAVORITES EARL" BADLY
Not One Is Successful at
Coeur d'Alene; Another
Record al Downs.
hpi BNA, Mont., Sent, 38, Endymlon
n., whost siring ol unbroken vie: oil-!;
h'is been the sensation of northwestern
racing, wenl down tp his firs! defeat In
Montana this afternoon, when Jack
0' Lantern galloped home an easy victor
In the Helena handicap, Lhe 81000 I i rby
of the state fair.
Bndymlon was coupled with CItester
Krum In (he betting and the Moyne ten
trj was a hoi favorite, the Rntte crowd
backing the entry to the limit. n tiv
other hand. Jack O'Lantem was liberally
backer) by enthusiastic local supporters
a lotal of $15,000 went through the mu
tuels of this race,
Chester Krum set the par.- for Lhe flral
three-quarters "f the one and an eighth
mil. course Jot k O'Lantorn lying fourth
and Bndymlon bringing up the rear Jack
O'Lantern elbaod easily and came Into
the stretch ahead romping home ten
lengths to the good, Mentry planned
that Bndvraion would show hi old-time
hurst of speed al lhe finish and the horse
(rled gamely, bul lhe 138 pounds in
was carrying was ton mm-h and he was
beaten by Coppertown for lhe place by
Dr. Redd Wins Pace.
The result of the 2:11, 81500 pace w,,s
First heat- Dr. Redd (Blackman). $i"..:t
straight, 87.80 plact flral Young Adalla
(Johnson), 821 place Becond; Helena Olrl
(Higglns), third. Time, 2:141 Mona
Bells and Goldfln.ler also run.
Second licat- Voung Adalla, S''i
straight, 88.10 place first: Primus fBn
nisi $l" Tii place, secOna; lr. Redd third
Fourth heat Primus, 814.90 straight,
$i" i" plat won Youuk Adalla, 88 place,
second: Dr. Redd third. Time. 2:14J.
Fifth heat Dr. Redd, 810 straight, SO. mi
place, won' Primus. $i pla.-'-. second:
Voung Adalla third Time 2 14$.
ixih race, special between Dr. Redd
and Voung Adalia Dr Redd won heat
and race; XbUng A lalia second and Pri
Second race, five furlongs, purse Royal
Dolly Rosen i si?T straight, 815.70 place,
won Gomul (Brady), v?" place, Becond
Pico (Corey), third, rim. . 1:01. Ethels
Third race, j furtonc..- ,-clling -Oswald
B (Rosen), 820.70 straight 7n place
won: l.ena Lech iIiul-si ST.'.m place sec
ond; Flyinc (Nelson). Lhlrd, Tim. . 1:131
Lad Adelaide and Lee Harrison II also
Fourth iace th, Helens handicap 81000
purse, mile and an eighth Jack O'Lan
tern (Nelson), 818.50 Btralght, 88.60 place,
won; Coppertown (Cotton). 817.50 place,
Becond; Bndymlon II. (Mentry). third
third. Time l 58 Chester Krum, Mill
Jones and Luke Oates also ran
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs, sell
ing Acquis (Lewis), 828 straight, $10.40
place, won; Montauk Don (Corey)', 87.40
place, Becond; Deneen (Cotton), tihrri
Time. i:201. Dorian Prince nnd Kogo
Sixth race, five furlongs, selling Kle. -t
rowan (Rosen), ?1T straight. $10 place,
won. Stnile v M.lnr:.- ir.ewisi, Jla.Vij
place. Becond; Annlo Nelson (Bailey)
third. Time. 1:00. Klnfolks, Definite.
Hoc Allen. EJ Perfecto, Brightness, Cop
pcrfleld and t'ahln also ran.
Today's Helena Entries.
HELENA, Mont. Sept. 28. -Entries for
First race. special t w o-v tar-olds,
pacers Christine Navajo. Miss Primus.
Second race, 2:20 trot -Hokola, Cor
sair, Dlckerson, Johnnie Murphy.
Third race, five furlongs VVabanan,
Amargosa. Drccn. y. Urighlne?s, Klnfolks,
ini; Ethels, 95.
Fourth race five furlongs Jim Mc .
P"v Anna May. Joe Moser, Hi. Ladj
Adelaide, Gilbert Rose, ni. Lee Harrison
II . 106.
pirth race handicap, six furlongs Kid
So th, HO: Oswald B., 97; Montauk Don,
93; Gomul. 91; Pay Streak. 101; Or.
Sixth race selling! Ave furlongs Annie
Nelson, 105: Roberl Mitchell, Bl Per
fci i". Bill .i i ham. Electrowan. Copper
Held, James Blackstonc Ormonde Cun
Seventh ra c selling, one mile Ham
mers way, Cabin Pedro, VFlcket, Voting
109 Patriotic. Littleton. Knight of fvan
hoe. KM; Bonflls, Queen Lead, Fdna
Stewart. 1 Ofi
NO FAVORITES SUCCESSFUL
Every Winner at Coour d'Alene Is 5 to 1 J
SPOKANE, sept. 28. Favorites Hn
lahed awaj hack today ai Lake .'ii. not
h winning horse being quoted at less
than .. to 1 'n the betting. I'he feature
was a sensational finish in the lir.-t race,
in which Droml, hoavlly backed, nosed out
the faat-comlng Glmll Results:
Ptrst ra. e. n . furlongs. s.-Uinc Droml
fFIscher) S to I, won. ;imli (Callahan)
i to i second: Knot. (Groth) 80 to l.
third. Time 1:02 3-5. Percy Henderson.
Hold point, l.eiiich. Ruby II.. Winkler,
An unit;. Auto Girl, Prince of Bohemia,
Flying d'Or finished as named.
Second race, jjl furlongs. sclllnc
Cbantecler, (Anderson) 6 to l won: Sain
est. (Forsyth) " n i. second; Billy My
ers, (Callahan) 18 to 5, third. Time
1 ; t f -4 -.S . Pen Stone. Marie Hyde, Mazle
Girl Xovgo-od Capcwell and Joe Gaff
nev finished as named.
Third ra.e. one nhle. selling Southern
Gold, (Hfeogh) 1" to 1. fin: Matador.
(Buxton) 25 ro i second: French Cook.
(Groth) 25 to L third, rime, i . " Charles
Green, Dorothy Ledgett Pave Weber, Sir
I naus. Massa, The Pe r. Tvlosshack. Ladv
I Mr Nail v and Altamoi finished a named.
l"."iith iace, nnc mtle. selling Roy, Jr..1
(Frach) to 1. won. Fldrence (C.l
Rosa) even, second: Lomond. (Buxton) I
i" to i third Time,, i ii I-'.. Colinet I
ami Fulletta finished as named.
Fifth race, one mile, selling Marigot.
it allahan) 9 to j. won: Ronnie Paid. (C.
I Rosa i 3 to t. Becond; Bdwln T. Fryer,
(LlndhOlft) f to I, third. Time. 1:43.
Jim Caferata. Tints Ocean Shore ;et(e. ;
Royal River and star Actor finished as
Sixth rse. -v.-n furlongs, selling -I
Heretic, (Buxton) 8 to 1. won; Crex,
(Grothi IS to 1 second; P'sln. (Qnm)
1u to I. third Tune not ien. Den Kn.
ri-iu Marburg. Tahoe, New Capital and
Twickenham rmished as nairi.
Coeur d'Alene Entnep
! PO?T FALLS. Ida. Sept ?s Friday s
Coeur d Alen entries follow-;
Firs race, purse. oUS-haJf mile t.idella.
inn. Mip Ruaaa, Florence Krlpp, Lady
Mint. ii". NtnO'-rie Fleming, Homesick,
Lo Mio t'alHstH .loneg, Rnvonn, Change
of Air. Anna Schneider, 108.
Second race, seiilna. seven-eighths of I
a mile Judge Henderi ;t. lit; Can tern,
Chief Deomond. Nettie Traver. Bonnie
Baid. III. S t'- w r-.l. '.,--.l Ship. Birdie
P., Slbneman, 108; 'el?ln), Heretic, 105;
Thiri i.. -"ihntr. three-quarters of a
mil -General Marchmont, 118; Chllta,
111; Clebnat Rnsevnie. tor, . Back Bay,
Fan.-y, in:,; Sir Fretful, Lady Macy, 103
Fourth rae, handicap, three-quarters
o( a mile Enfield, n: Araaee, U4: Ra
carla. 108; Shooting Spray, 98; P'it Stick,
Fifth rs.-rt, purse, three-quarters of a
mile -Military Man. LIS: Court Lady,
Acoiin. Jeannotte M., Geneva, Uttle Elva
109 snee?.er, 108; Angeltx Lucille Man
sixth racer senium. nc mile rten w.,
Zahra, Flgertt. Bdwln t. Fryer, 108;
Aftermath, Tlflls, 106; Tommv McGee,
100,; Anne Revere Beatrice Soule, 99.
EQUALS THE TRACK RECORD.
Star Bottle Run Mile and Sixteenth in
1:44 2-5 at Churchill Downs.
LOtllSVILLE, Sept. 88. U vas a field
dgy for the Carmen stable at Churchill
Downs, Ceinpeon, Star Bottle and Colonel
Ashmead winning In the second third
and sixth races, respectively Results
First race, six furlongs- Mack B. Bu
banks, Sl" t. win. was first; The
Reach, 7 for place, wa.fi second Com -
mtfher's Touch, 5r,.:tn to show, wa? third
Second raO Bis furlonss -i-qmpon.
84.90 to win. war first. WorkbOX, $l".3'i
to place, was second; Veneta Btrone,
$ :: to nhow. was third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth.
Star Bottle, It to win. was first; SpOhn,
3.2ft for place, was second; Milton P..
no ahOW mon y, way. third. Time. I 44 C-.V
which, equaled the track record. Only
Fourth race, the Golden Rod stakes,
six furlongs--Kaiser JV 10 Straight, won;
Island Queen, ta.on, place, second: Aylade,
82.60, show third. Time. 1 p.' .(--,.
Fifth race, on.- mile Emily Lee, $?.2 ?f.
straight, won. Fairy Story, 86.60, place,
second Swish, 86 70, show, third. Time,
Sixth race, mile and a slxtecnlh Cot.
Ash mead e 85.40 to win. watt firsl; Fore
head; f-1 for place Was second, Force, $3
to show, third. Time, 1:46.
Today "s Louisville Entries.
mi is'vTi.LK K , sett 28. Friday's
entries at Churchill Downs follow
i-"irsi ra.-.-, selling, six furlongs Andra
Josa, Princes May, taies, t oj , sir Den
mh 108; George Oxnard, Pierro Dunaa,
Shet h. Cynosure, II. Ford Nannie
McDee, Or. Watson Nancy ;raier, 109.
Becond race, selling, mile and twenty
ya'rds Pink Check, Boh Farley, 07; Gold
Oak, Doncaster, if. Irish Kid. Atten
tive, The Royal Prince. 102; I W Par
ter. Dr. Burch, M Cambon, Nyanza, Pad
Third race purse mile and a t-i.lecntli
BcIJ Morse. 102; Anj Port Messenger
P.iv. Star O'Ryan Granite. 105.
Fourth race, handicap, three-quarters
of ; mjler-Semphrolus. Tift; House Maid
Love Not Little Father. 108; Raleigh P.
Fifth race selling !hre.'--fiarterK of a
mile. Pud-.ifo Floral Day, io;. Colonel
conk, Tourist. Yankcr. " lley Ethel
sixth race. Belling, mile and n six
teenth HaJdeman 100; Sir Cleges, Man
nls, 108; Judge Walton Gilpin. Wander.
Wing Ting, 'Tom TSIgheo, Queen Mar
gut rite, l lo Eddie Graney, 113.
Weather good; track fast.
GUY FISHER WINS HANDICAP.
Sir John Johnson, the Favorite, Defeated
in Feature Race
TORONTO. Sept. 28. Al Woodbine
todav the races were full of quality, Guy
Fisher winning the Epsom handicap by
defeating the favorite, sir ,f..hn John
Firsi race, six furlongs Courl Belle
straight 925.40, won, Rock Spring, place
82.90; Becond; Ondramon, show 82.40,
third. Time, j a 2-5
Second race, six furlongi Cold Spring
straight $18, won; Fort Worth, place
8T1.20 s.cond. Moncrief, show 85, third.
Time, i:i3 i
Third race, Epsom handicap ix fur
longs GUy Fisher, straight 814.30, won;
sir John Johnson place 88.60. sr ond;
Stilly Night. show Sn. ih:rd. Time.
1 :12 1-5.
Fourth race, one mile Star Charter,
struighi JO, won, Lahore second; Kale
Klttleberry third Time, lui-.s Only
tiiiee BtarterS; no place or show pet
ting. Fifth rnce. steeplechase, nhout two
miles Jlrtimj Lane, stralghi 89.80 won
The Welkin, place ?,. second; Dr. lloar.l
third, 'rime. 1:021-6. No show money.
Sixih race five and n half furlongs
I-lamma. str?ich' ?l".0n won; ("lower
Girl, place 85.80 second; Eton Blue, show
84. '0, third. Time. 1 .OS.
Seventh race, one and a sixteenth miles
-Animus, straight 88.60, won. Lady Orl
mar pla. e 19.60, second; Bd Keck, show
83.90, third. Time. 1:47 3-5
Woodbine Entries, '
TORONTO. Sept. 28 - Friday's enirie?;
First ra.e, S-year-otds and up. Dlo
mede purso. selling, 8500 added, six fur
longs 'Sydnej R Re Straw. 104;
Planuless m;. Carrillon, io. Sir Edward,
m ; Cdoney k . 103.
Second race, 3-year-oldS, novice stee
plSohaSe f.'.fl'i added, about a mih and a
half--Newcomer, Ant, urn. l?:; Andy C his
Thud race, Brock nurse. $500 nd.ieri
five furlongs, 2-year-olds Tlpsand,
Buckhora Bwana TUmbo, 110. Taem s
lot; Clirysels, St Albrla 100: N-w River
112: chertysccd. 104
Fourth raf. 2-year-old maiden, purse
?5ft. six furlongs Loathly Ladi Onrlco
Garth. 1"4: S'unllke, Hi'- Handsea, 105;
StalmorS, Lucki Lass 109; 1 it tie Brno
i-'ifiii rc. I -year -olds and up. Ring
wood steeplechase, selling 8500 added
aboul two mlies Dr Heard. Waterway
'14. High Pridgc l.M. ilk,,.;a If:
Broadsword 1 1
Sixth race, 8-year-olds and un. Roth--chlld
".ir handlcao, 81000 added one
mile Michael Angelo, 114; Cheponttn
lofi: Ro.kvllle. 1 1 v Kte Klttlebury
llx; Rdberl cooper, Cast Value, 107
Se enth rac 3 -year-olds and up Haw
ley purse, 8500 added, Belling. sjBle and
an eighth Dr Holzberg "Lad of Lan-
don. 'iU4: Chief Kee. 11.'; Serv lc n e.
107; ftp t yhur.k. TC; Fair Annie. I'f
"Apprentice allowance claimed,
WeathSr clear; track irood.
RACE UNTIL IT IS DARK
Two Unfinished Events on the Trotting
Card at Columbus.
t'ul.l MRI S, o.. Sept. 28 - There wete
two unfinished events and four races on
the regular card here todav. and these
were run. the last heat being raced ii
rnost m datkness. Results:
IT 1 2 iroi. three In five, nurse 85O00
tone hev.! WeIuc-dav R, T. C, h. c.
by Prlnoc March, won in ilu. straight
heats. Ren Kme, 2 . 9 . Ltrwis Forest
socohd. An.. Leybum third. Lulu Al
lien, stioiier. Wllmering and Dorothy
J;7 pace, three In five, nurse ji.-oo
three hrtHt Wednesday) Loiigworth R
won second, third and fourth heats and
ra-e. Rr?t nme ,;07j Pla.'.; Twister
won fir.t heal. Time. ';.&. Shauahran '
2:18 pa. three in five, po- 81 200 r
Patrick Pointer won In straight heats.
Rest ttme. 2 ".i. On Time lecom). M
Grand championship race, ihree in five.
IKm'io added monev Evelyn won m
Straight he.-.tj.. pe-i time .';07L F-,-
Jr.. second, ks h Kay third
Free-for-all trot, three m fiv purse
l?on Billy Burke won in straight he,ts
Rest time 2;fs. HallworUty se n.
BracS Girdle third
2:18 pa--, threr. ;n five, purse 8120O:
Jttdge Ward wn In straight heata. nst
time. -.e; Tv Cobb second, Bill Ballet
Kerne's Horse Wins.
N'F.WMARKKT. England, Sept.
Tee Thursday Nurserj pia' handicap of
''ivn sovereigns, difan'-e five furlongs
v ,v won here today bj J. It. k'c-;n'
Big Bout OH; Johnson
Says He Will Quit
LONDON Sept 28. The Johnson-Wells championship fight,
scheduled for October 2, was definitely abandoned today by the prin
cipals and promoters owing to the opposition of the authorities ;tml a
large elemenl of thr- public
flnok Johnson sail :
"After finishing my contracts in England I will nevor put on the
gloves in public again. 1 shall retire d.s heavyweight champion of the
world, which no man before has ever done."
Blarneyatone, Highland Beauty n. was
Becond and the Halms filly third
MONA LISA WINS AT OGDEN.
Star Blaze Captures Other Runnlnq Event
at Four State Fair.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDtSN Bepl 28 Mona Lisa, at l to
2 took the h-ad al the post In the third
veni on the Bpeed programme at the
Four-Slat.' full tills afternoon and easllj
scampered ahead of lhe other entries :iii
the way around, taking the ra-e hy a
stride On, favorite In the Mrst heal of
the harness even! and 1 to 20 m the last
heal, took three sxralghl heats and won
the race. The results follow:
First ra. e, trot r pace, .': 00 class purse
?'iH stride On won. Primus second, Lu
creiceus third Time, ;ja :-T-
Running race, four and a half furlongs
Star Blaze won, Sea ( nasi second, Ma
dad third Time. :58 1-5.
Running re e, four furlongs Mona Lisa
won Princess tna Becond, Byron lhlrd.
Friday's Ogden EntriCB.
First raco, trot or pare, purse ?'iii
Jim Stuart, Morgan Hal, C. Direct, Babe
T.. Waurika Kins.
Second race hi furlongs star Blase,
118; Maxims, ii"; Severus, 113 Sea Coast,
lio Gresham. 118; Defy, 106
Third race, one and a Blxteenth miles,
handicap Puna, 105; Greenbridge, 116
Davie Andrew-- 108 Dorothy Ann. 10fi;
Chas. J Harvey, 109.
Harry L. Finch, president of the Duck
ville Gun club has issued tha following-
To the inemhcrs of the Puckvllle Gun
"We beg to ad i.t.'. you thai the club
will open on October I for the season of
19.11, and from present Indications we
have every reason to believe that there
will he excellent shooting this fall.
' We have plenty of water on the
marshes and plenty of ducks.
"Our launch at Corlnno will meet the
Oregon Short. Line train leaving Salt
Lake al Li" p m. every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday returning on alter
"Kindly ship all shells, luggage etc..
care of Duckvllh Gun club, Corinne,
Utah; freight or express prepaid
' Motel and guide rates will he the
Bathe n? In effect In 1809.
' Di CKVTLLB Gl'N CLUB.
' H. L. Finch President."
"U" TEAM kBADY
FOR OGDHN GAME
The second scrimmage practice of Lhe
year was lie Id yesterday al the university
when the varsltj men lined up against
the freshman team. Both teams worked
on the defensive and the offensive and
showed considerable speed. In yester
dav - practice sreat stress wa. laid on
the kicking and catching ol the ball
Roiio Dobbs, a member ol last year's
junior class i";im, appeared In a suit h,si
night for the firs; lime. Coach Bennion
Bays tiial no more men will be placed
at the training Lablc until after the game
with Hit Ogden hitrh school, which v. ill
1 he held on Cuinmlngs field Saturday.
FREDDIE WELSH IS
AFTER MATT WELLS
NEW YORK Sept. ::. -Freddie Welsh
the ex-champlon lightweight of t;r,-a'
Britain, Is in New York after a victori
ous campaign among the lightweights ol
the Pacific coast, Ho K anxious to meet
Matt Weils, the preeenl holder of the
English title, and feels sure that In .m
other battle he can win Welsh ins
never been satisfied with the result of
their last meeting, and has always main
tained that he Is the master of Wells.
The latter has recently expressed a wil!
Ingness to meet Welsh, but Is anxious t..
have a bom first with Packey McPar-land
BLANK AGAIN ASKS
RELEASE OF COOLEY
From Missoula yesterday t'iiff Rlanken
Shlp tried to arrange with Dick Coolcy
some other tetm of release than t!te nay
niept of 000. Which was C.OOley's ultima
tum. Cooley now offers to seak- this
sum slightly, providing he Is given a
Missoula player, it Is practically certain
that the negotiations will go throush an.t
thai BlHiikcnshlp will sign for a new- Job
before he returns home. Missoula has a
lot . of live baseball promoters now and
recognize:, the vabja f Blankehshlp.
OF WORLD'S SERIES
CINCINNATI. Sep-,. '.'R. Tiie national
baseball commission will meet here to
morrow to ai range fur the world's series.
The tiri :aiiie will be played on 0 tobcr
1 1. Two schedules win be framed In
, esse New Vork win- the pennant In :he
National league, the gamea will alter
nate between New .'orl; day by dav, hut
if Chicago b a miracle wins, the sched
ule practically win hr the sam. as last
Will Give Pcol Exhibition.
W. B. GerstoL H'n eneri a pool and
billiards, will give exhibitions al o'clock
this afternoon en-i 8 o'clock this evening
In the hllliard hall st 1 Bast Second !
Bloomer Girls Agriin.
Til Bloomer Girls baseball team will I
play Ih Retail Clerks' team at CoCley I
r.rk next Bundgy. The Bloomer Girls
have been 10 the const ami haei, and I
have won a number of games. Newsbov -
will be admitted free at this game.
Kodak Pictures Finished.
Mail your films to us. Salt I a j
Photo Supply Co.. 177 Main street :
F.xclasive photo dealera
lame. Monroe Bailey. s:,.;jr,n3rv en. j
ginee;- 54 rears old, 1 wanted by hK
fotiiri and lara Bailey. The man.' who
i E f1 ' Inches in height and vvelRl,s I
about It" pounds and has brown hair and
blue 1- native of I ee -,r Louisa
county. Iowa. He liv ) In Iowa until
1 SfS when he went 1o Kansas, Ihe-ri to
Missouri end to Colorado, where ha was
last heard from. In his last letters he
s.a;d ihat he Intended to n to Utah.
Am information regardlns him should bel
i-.-ni to B, A. Metz, P. 0 boi 59S, Chi
I a 111. J I
STOCKADE CLOSES 01
MRS. TOPHAMS ORDER
Hundred Women Scramble to
Get Places of Abode in
(Continued from Page One.)
parentis convinced them thai Mrs. Ton
ham aii.n, ..v iv responsible for closing the
Says It Is 'Bluff."
"I am firmly convinced.'' said Mrs.
Cohen, president of the Woman's league,
the organization which began the crusade
Tuesday, "That this is all a 'bluff.' Tills
woman and her friends are only trying
to pni the problem up to lhe women of
Salt Like n the hope thai we will be
unable to cope with it. Novi rtheless, we
shall be able lo handle lhe situation. Vc
have promise of financial aid. if we should
nee,; it. and I am satisfied we can .-.-t It
e do nol think that we can solve
this problem entirely, bul we will do
what w. can i" minimize h Why a
few- yedrs ago they told iis that the city
would be made clean as soon as the
Btockade was established, but with the
stockade In full operation the conditions
are mnoli worse titan they were before."
There will be a meeting at 8 o'clock to
night at the Voung Women's Christian
association rooms, -it which the situation
will be thoroughly discussed, and ii Is the
Intention. ..f the women who have en
listed In the crusade t ,-aii a mass meet
incr in the near future, with a viev. ,,f
putting the question befora the people
K' in rally.
Excitement at Stockade.
The inmates or the stockade were not
aware of Mrs. Topham's decision I" fil 1S1
the Btockade until they awoke yesterday
morning. Then there was- tremendous
excitement anions; the women. Those
who had a lltti.- money madi arrange
ments for rooms In various lodging houses
of lhe lower class, and before noon ex
press wagons were busily engaged in
moving trunks and other effects This
movement continued throughout thi af
ternoon and by dusk the stockade was
Many of the girls found themselves
without resources and the prospect be
ing without shelter was anything bul
rosy for them. However, others of the
woin.-n were better off financially and
they extended to their less provident
sisters, lending them enough monev to
tide them over for a dav or two. A few
of the women left t.he pity.
Belle London's Busy Day.
Mrs Topham. "t- Belli Loudon, put in
a busy day. Iler office was a scene of
great activity ai all hours. Among her
callers were a few real estate dealers,
who cam.- to Inquire about the aic of
th.- atockade property. These Mrs Top
ham said she was uhable to se,- owing
to press f oili.-r business, and they were
loid lo . all again
Mrs. Topham reiterated her published
statement that it was .-1 time of necessity
for the Christian womon f Salt Lake to
come to the relief of lh- unfortunate
women who were homeless because they
the Christian women of Salt Lake, had
demanded that the stockade he closed.
"These poor women in the houses here
are absolutely helpless," she said "They
earned theli liviim in the only way they
knew how, and now they are homcloss
I am r-ydv to svr ,,-, ,
any aid In mv PrJf. ol ?,w'
I si ill r..- ,, rice, 1 - Hi OI.
Mrs. Topham ,ga)n fIr ,
"'"' saved manv - - ' '"r ") lh
;,n" ;,,,! ,hyI "in ih?,h "hJ
wome,, ,,. i,lil"Pi" H Ji
"atinei,, v'. II!,,-,,,, , i,-','rK' w'"r-
that th.. nqht : i ..; : u
-'"ted h- poii,,,!.,, ' ' ;r
always entered , ' -nd ii,,n
ermllialior . . ,. ' g
and lo .11 ; 1 n"T "ork,
She cr.ul l ' ' I'f'l-tlv 1
Mr- TophanS said iA0, 1
stockade was .1 ""fht lh
'".' four -Ian,!!..,,)!,.,- ' 1 ihi
furniture ,,. -n
the dl-tn, 1 "" "P.vlng ho
"1 lold them they --..M ,
Inst s--,,n fl ,. "' muit i
for their furniture, a
''"': a.' 1. till
'h'. was wlurr ' 1 M
CaU"f "' woir,- oT .f!nl
tlon this a. t, . ,,,, ,, ' ih nrn
riOthllUf eveep. ffi
rnln and , 1,,-,... 'r 'n,nhm
kind of work. not J
K was reported vmImj
,!'-'" pro:ni.....i v..,,, , ;'"Uv aft,
M'-s. Topi,.-,,,, in id
dissuade 1, ,- fron j"'ne ami t,
Tiv i.!-tu. ... ;, , ., ; hot
:iS.-,-ri:,U,ef . . ' ""Uld
wh.-n ar.keri. 1 'l-nylng u
"A woman did can m. ,
ig.- .v l Mrs t, , 'P thi,
o glV.' her nam- She' ,!f r
'11 "IT -losing the r.rXZaMti, 1
it w,s a dlr.v ,:,, Z
girls on the ', ' !, Ml
b i was." 11 1 tMi
News Ecport Falco.
In In-u ey.-.nltiK s iisuo .-.r .,' .J
Kvenil.R News ;irr r: , l
,,'A ,r",'V,-: 1
at ., o ,-inck 1 , . "t
offl.-S of , '',, ; ''-m I
1 -nth Hoor of i ,e k, ' 0
.we, May, i;r.,
Topham. and M Mllh ,, ft
ham was the Htm , Brpi'
Mayor Ih:,sford was , X? IE
latlon from ,N n , " J Za
building cnunciimni "... . : K
to th- meelln f ,-.,, i,,. .. , '
south s,,-,., w',,,- ;
the Mission saloon l,e looked aLl,
fully us f to sec ,r arill; J"
Ine him. Afier ,-i?N'ns the
'"irrlcl ,,. Kftn-n, 'buH
loneaux offices," ''
Wli. n asked a- u, ,. lnjU
st a t.-m, ni Mm;, or : rr, n.itor.j ,M
"r ' ' '-- ' A Mario.
"""'' :" li'n- 01, :,...-,,
not nv-ei Mr--. Top))iU11 thJJ
wh-.. Imn, diately nftfr lum-hd
' I " Aire and somr rln
an iintoniol.ile trip d ,v, n ,1,,. ,aVt
we,-- con. .-..p .-if,, ; 'urnlnr
:pi o'clock. 1 was home all erefl
i epi -i few minutes spent at th,
club. 1 "i; hi- , ,,t,r.. f.,rvnoon
In the mayor's office."
Councilman Mulvey li night SJ
phuti. al!-, denied ; Ii. Iri-:J, f ,he
of aiii ci.ufci-en'-e in wj,rn 1
Hr.i nsfoi . '..-: c ;ind hmiM
pan "It Is absolui . a
Mulvey. Tt is a deliberati fl
inent 1 here i,-y.- r v. r.s .ir.v such (
Mrs. Topi, :tni .ale, cm T!is Tribt
flee i t rduhl "I y.iii crov
in The Trihum in the mornloj
in. "I ha I 1 h. rcpnrl in (he
N'ew-s tonlgln 1 :-..n I conferral
Mayor r-h-ansford and i m, ctlmag
. .-. vf, i da v ly a Hi r 1 .Nf-m
I dc id. rl to dosi Ii, il , ,ri oril
I had talk, d illi Mavo, Brnnifn
Mr Mi Iv. 'I 1 is .inseluidj.
I look I he loll n , .. 1 , ;,-
Consulted will, no on-' i f 'I I tijok
Speaking of ihe (.urn of .veDi
reference i,. i h- .-i ,.-k i'i" Mavor !
ford said last nicht
'1-h oni in1 m si iea 1 ion of the
evil, T h uh i i.ii- incthod 0
r.-g.iting wa th.- pitipcr v ij nl wj
the f.voh in lie "lint nf opj
from v., no,, - sour -es callon
inipc is in i-it; I .in no
to see a rei urn hi condition
when the center of lu i itv w
dci loin. Nor do I helhrve Dial lh
would wish to see !irh a cw
N.-lthei docs tl i public, any tnof
1. wish t" sec this evil .'iirwi oi
,-jtv 1 v. ill take tin" malter u
i he rem ell thi cil n::ernv II
, hief of I-- . .wil i i II n 1 1 ' im
,o I i, in .!.- . l -. - 'r' ? I"
to mlnlnhze the evil as much ai t
"1 shall nol permit another artel
establish a .-.esregatci (ilstrict fo
pui pi IS
Negress Acquitted. i
Owing to -in lu-ii'r'irienrv of enM
the iurv in tie- , a- ' the :J ',!' lM
Lizzie vVilliame. n' cress. rhanndB
robhi ., h In.- tie;-! r'.':rn, M
diet of nol gui'.tv i' Juc-lc" f 1
houri - iotic.-i.if ..-l.-tiflM
ir i Attornev P T. FarnswOrfH
v. .,.., n was i .ucihSM
from Joseph Kone. H
McBrayet Uu"..e insst whiskey Am.
ANNOUNCE THAT AT THEIR MACHINE SHOPS, t
NO. 141 PIERPONT STREET,
'hey are now equipped for the REPAIR of AUTOMOBUjsK
ancl MOTOR-TRUCKS. Our machine tools are all new aflW
f n best makes. cdBL
Wo havn ;. skilled corps of merhanifs ami guarantee entire silt
Gear Cutting and Rush Work a Specialty
Phnne Exhance 303.
4 TFajTsTsmLasmi isn lariassin 1 1 i i Ti