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B ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1913. . ' , IrlrBI
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; 0EK JWVESTI GATED
Jockey C. Burlingame Sus
pended for Five Days for
SHADRACH'-S TIME FAST
Texas Colt Runs the Fastest
Sprint of Season Over
II Special to The Tribune.
B LL PASO, Tex., Jan. 10. Helen Bar-
B bee and Melton Street, both from the
U stable of R. J. Mackenzie), were the only
winning favorites at the Juarez course
H today. Tho weather was bright, tho at-
icndanco (rood and the track fast. J.
Loftus and B. Steele had two winning
Jockey C. Borel had to cancel his
mounts today, owing to a slight illness,
due to excessive measures to reduce
io leas man tmrteen maiuen two-year-
B olds ran In tho kindergarten scramble to-
I day and, tho winner turned up In Sbad-
I rach, a Texas-bred colt by Adldns. out
I of Omar Wood, owned by F. S. Wood.
I The favorite, Dick Dodle, a Bon of Abe
I Frank, finished second, and Manganese,
I by Llthos. ran third.
I Tho winner ran the fastest three fur-
I longs run so far this season. In his. only
I other start he ran second to Blarney on
I January C. C. Burllngame was suspend-
I cd five days by the stewards for rough
I riding on Tallow Dip In the third race.
I Tho stewards ordered Suffragist, the
I winner of the fifth race, turned over to
I veterinarians to examine after he cooled
I out. Suffragist's appearance as he came
I on the track suggested dope. A decision
I in the case will bo rendered when the
I stewards receive tho veterinarians' re-
port tomorrow. J, Masterson is at pres-
ent tho owner and trainer of tho son of
I Imp Voter. Summary:
I First race, three furlongs Shad rach,
I 112 (Steele). 2 to 1, won; Dick Dodio,
112 (Gross). 9 to 5, second; Manganese,
I 112 (Molcsworth), 10 to 1. third. Time,
.34 4-5. Brevity, Alabama Bam, Ga-
lar, Con jury. Tvorfhage, Benedict, Tip
Dawdcll, Meritorious, Old Gotoh and MH-
ton Hoble also ran.
Second race, live and one-half fur-
longs Pampineo. 104 (Steele). 4 to 1,
won; Madelino B., 101 (Dreyer), 17 to 6,
socond; Moller, 110 (Burllngamo), 8 to 1,
third. Time, 1:07 4-5. Inquleta, Eniest
IT.. Quick. Green Cloth. Loving Moso,
Sprightly Miss and Joe Busher also ran.
Third race, six furlongs Miss Jean,
105 (Hoffman). 5 to 1, won: Balronia.
30S (Hill). 7 to 2, second; Orba SmiK
10p (Cavanaugh), 11 to 5, third. Time,
1:14 2-5. 121 Pato. Ursula Jim ma, Snnel.
Tallow Dip. Bob Farley, Pipe Vision and
Lavender L.asB also ran.
Fourth race, seven furlongs Helen
Barboe, 118 (Loftus), J 2 to 10, won; Itlo
Brazos, .04 (Hill). 7 to 1, Becond; Jim
Basoy, 112 (Bezansou), 13 to 1, third,
Time, 1:27. Joe DIeboId, Cracker Box
and Laclrrose also ran.
Fifth race, six furtongs Suffragist.
1 $5U3C.Vn)' 6 to "won; Daddy Glp,
30. (Burllngame). 2 to 1. second; Love
Day, 108 (Gross), 16 to 1, third. Time
1:13 3-5. Feather Duster, Elizaboth Har-
wood, Callthumplan. Ocean Queen and
Sterhng also ran,
I Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth
I iM0",1"?' 115 (Loflus). 7 to 10. won;
1 p,Kk (Buxton), IS to 5. second; Bal-
rlirr. 113 (Cavanaugh), 0 to 2, third.
J,1"1?' 3-5. Sister Florence and
Hanly also ran.
I Cut tho High Coat of Living,
W. H. Chapman, TVinncbapo, Neb., !
tells how he did it. "My two children j
had a very bad cough and the doctor's I
medicines did them no good. 7 got a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound, and before it was all used the
fhildrcn wero free and cured of their
rough. T 6aved a doctor's bill for one
25a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. No opiates. Schramm-Jobn-son,
DruRS, "The Never Substitutes,"
five (5) pood stores. (Advertisement.)
II White Has Shade.
I OMAHA. Jan. 10. Charlie White of
Chicago had a shade over Tommy Brcs-
nahan of South Omaha in a ten-round
match hare tonight.
Bl Yon will find that druggists every-
Hl where speak well of Chamberlain's
PHI Couh Bcmedy. Tbey know from long
1 experienco in tho sale of it that in cases
HI of coughs and cold a it can always be
depended upon, and that it is ploasant
iHI and safe to tke. For sale by all deal-
Hl era. (Advertisement),
Luther McCarty Arrives
In Zion at Noon Today
Champion of White Heavyweights Will Stop
Over Here on Wa' to Theatrical En
gagement in Denver.
By International News Service.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 10. Accom
panied by Manager Billy Mc
Carucy and "Young Al Kauf
man' Heavyweight Champion
Pugilist Luther McCarty boarded an ob
servation car on the Salt Lake Route at
10:30 this morning and began, a three
months' totir of the country to give
the hero worshiping populace a chance
to gazo upon tho comely features of the
best heavyweight out of captivity, A
crowd of 300 admirers were at the sta
tion to bid the big fellow good-bye and
Before McCarty returns to Los An
geles he will prooably have had a cou-
Ele of fights on his hands. He makes
is initial bow to the, Denver sports
next Monday night in his iirat exper
ience before the footlights. A quick
iwnp to Kansas City will be .followed
by big doings at Springfield, Mo., his
BY JACK BRITTON
By International News Service.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 10. Jack Brit
ton of Chicago beat Joe Thomas of New
Orleans In ten rounds tonight. Thomas
put up a good, stubborn fight, but was
outclassed all the way by Britton. Ef
forts are being made to match Erltton
with Mandot. Frankle Russell and
"K. O." Brown aro now training for their
fight next Friday night.
Twin Falls Team Wilis.
Special to The Tribune.
TWIN FALLS, Ida., Jan. 10 The bas
ketball season opened here with two
gamc3 tills ovcnlrur between the boy3'
and Klrls teams of the Twin Falls and
the Flier schools. Tho local teams were
both -victorious. The Twin Falls girls
won by the score of 27 to 3 and the local
boyo by a score of 59 to 7.
Slosson Wins Match.
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. George Slosson
won tonight his 2000-polnt 18,2 balk line
billiard match with Kojl Yamada, the
Japanese, bv 80 points, although his
opponent took the last block. 720 to 400.
The block went twenty-Geven Innings.
Yamada played a remarkable game, mak
ing .a high run of 123. Slosson's high
run was OS.
"Willard to Box Bauer.
CHICAGO, Jon. 10. Jess "tt'lllard, the '
heavyweight who claims a victory over
Luther McCarty, was matched today to
meet Frank Bauer of St. Charles, 111.,
In a ten-round bout before a Fort TVayne,
Ind.. club on January 22. They met once
before and the affair was stopped In th&
sixth round, with both fighters In bad
By International News Service.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb., Jan. 10.
Charley White of Chicago and Tommy
Bresnahan of South Omaha and New
Castle, Pa., tonight went ten rounds to
a draw before the Ak Sar Brar club of
South Omaha. The fighting was very
fast, but there were no knockdowns.
Young Wagner Wins.
By International News Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 10. Billy Grupp
of Cleveland was beaten by Young Wag
ner of New York In the final bout to
night at the Olympic Athletic club. Wag
ner beat hia man In tho final rounds
and had him going at the final bell.
Y. M. O. A. vs. Weber Academy,
The Y. M. C. A. and Weber academy
basketball fives will clash tonight at the
Y. M. C. A. gym in their second game
of this season. In the first con teat, held
in Ogden last month, tho Weber quin
tette won from the local team with a
score of 27 to 23.
Scott and Bvennan Draw.
By International Xewn Service.
BUFFALO. N. Y.. Jan. 10, Steamboat
Bill Scott of Milwaukee and Knockout
Brennan of this city fought ten fast
rounds here tonight to a draw. Neither
man was knocked down and no one drew
K. OF C. EXCURSION,
53.55 Eureka and Beturn via the Salt
Tickets- on sale January 12. returning
until Jaouary 11. Train leaves union
.station 5 a. ra. , ,
home town. After a few stops in the,
middle west the championship party
will hurry on to New York, arriving at
the big town about February 1.
Fighter and manager were in rare
humor at the train.
"Wc came to town quiotly, unknown
and broke," said Manager McCarncy.
"Today wc leave it with a world's
championship and a bank roll that
would choke a rhinoceros. Wc aro glad
we came, sorry to leave and hopo to
get back soon."
Promoter McCarey this morning re
ceived a telegram from Joe Levy, man
ager of Joe Rivers, accepting the match
with Knockout Brown at Vernon on
Washington's birthday. Mauagor Mor
gan has already accepted for Brown.
The battle will be tho regulation twenty-round
affair. Brown and Bivcrs will
be hero about February 1. The east
erner will train at Doyle's camp, while
Bivcrs will use his old quarters at Venice.
Lloyd Griscom, Representing'
Stale Department, Points
Out Serious Situation.
EL PASO, Tex., Jan. 10. Efforts aro
being made to show tho Madero admin
istration through Pedro Lascurain just
ho.w serious aro conditions in northern
Mexico, especially to foreign invest
ments. Tho Mexican minister of foreign
relations hero today conferred with
various American railroad, mining and
ranch men before departing east to re
turn by way of the Laredo port to
Accompanying the Mexican minister
on his trip along the border is Lloyd C.
Griscom, former Ajnerican embassador
to Italy, and other Oriental and South
American countries, and president of
tho Pan-American society. While Mr.
Grisconi is said to be acting in an un
official capacity, it is known that he is
formally representing the department
With Minister Lascurain and Mr.
Griscom today met officials of the Mex
ico Northwestern railway, a Canadian
English owned road, which has suffered
most soverely from continued depreda
tions of tho rebels and various mine
and ranch owners of the troubled dis
trict bolow Juarez. Tt is said also that
some effort was made to show the Mex
ican iniuister how helpful to the inter
ests of the Mexican government has
been "the cordon of United States troops
retained along the frontier since the
beginuing of the first revolt against the
Mr. Griscom had conferred with the
military authorities at Fort Bliss re
garding Mexican conditions.
COUNSEL FOR ALLENS
ASK FOR REHEARING
RICHMOND. Va., Jan. 10. A. petition
for a rclearing by the countv court of
WythevJUo. Va., was filed todnv in the
court of appeals of Virginia by the coun
sel of Floyd and Claude Allen, sentenced
to be electrocuted Januarv is, for the
murder of court offlolals of Hllisvllle.
The petition was based on affidavits" of
Alpha Thomas, who states that Sheriff
FoBtcr of Tllllsville. had asked him to
kill Floyd Allen, and of C. W. McMillan,
who states that Foster told him he ex
pected to kill Floyd and Sidna. Allen.
Other affidavits state that there was bad
blood between the court and the Aliens.
The court of appeals refused to hear
"Suffered day and night the torment
of itchinc: piles, Nothlnsr helped mo until
T used Doan's Ointment, It. cured mc
permanently." Hon John It Gtfrrctt.
Mayor, Giranl. Ala. (Advertisement.)
SCHOOL RIFLE TOM
IS JETER 0. S, TITLE!
Youngsters Defeat Veterans J
and Stand Good- Show for
The public high school championsip
tournament of the National Rifle Associa
tion of America is on and the Salt Lake
high school has a. good chance for the
title. Last year Zion finished in fifth
place, but two of the lost matches were
awarded on default because of delay In
transit, although In both cases tho Salt
Lakers outshot tholr opponents. This
season the youngsters are In fine form.
In tt recent meet for "the city title they
averaged 940 points for a five-man team,
or eighteen points higher than tho high
est mark of last winter.
In tho first two contests In the present
tournament the scores wero 021 and 920,
much higher than tho average of last
Tho national league 13 in two divisions
of ten teams each, the winners of each
set to meet for tho tltlo. All scores are
made under the supervision of N. R. A
officers and tho targets are mailed to
Washington, D. C, for official count. A
ten-man team shoots in each meet, but
only the five high scores are counted.
Salt Lake Is scheduled to shoot against
the following teams: "Tech," District
of Columbia, January 11; Susquehanna,
Pa,, January 18: Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.,
January 25; Business high, Washington,
D. C, February 15; Springfield, Mass.,
February 22: Portland, Me., and "Tech,"
St. Louis, March 1; Utlca, N. Y., and
Tucson, Ariz., March S.
The high school rifle team won from
the Salt Lake Rifle club last night at
the high school range. It was the second
of a series of contosts to decldo the city
rifle championship. The school team won
the first match two weeks ago by a fair
margin, but last night it had a hundred
Tho surprise of the shoot was tho
showing of McFarlano and Barrette, who
were expected to pull down their team
average, but who outshot the best men
on the range. Tho next meet will be.
Friday, January '24. at the same range.
Tho individual and team scores fol
low: HIGH SCHOOL.
ing. Prone. Tot,
McFarlane, 00 !R 192
Armstrong S9 99 13S
Rydalch , 91 9C 1S7
Melius 91 97 ISS
Barrette 9r. 90 1SH
Pratt SS 91 182
Team totals .'550 572 1122
ing. Prone. Tot.
Letchfield 89 93 1S2
McConahay S7 95 1S2
Albertsou 8:: 97 180
Bodner S" 92 175
Miller C 90 153
Arnason 7C 71 150
Club totals 481 5U 1023
Today's Juarez Entries.
First Race Eleven-sixteenths of a
Index. Wt.G7GG Dr Industry.lOGl
Index. Wt.6SR4 Descendant .103
G807 Jolly Tar . 90 (1S47 M. Molette -108
6827 Ernest H. . 92 GS15 Burn. Bush .108
6702 Ferrona. . 97 GS47 Evran . ...108
G718 Bredwell . . 99 6806 Stare 108
6844 Amohalko ..102 G800 Force . . ..Ill
6813 Roy. Dolly. 102
Second Race Mile. Selling.
6820 L. Ycung .. 9.2 6506 Whlddon ...105
6785 Lehigh . ..100 68S5 Latnbertha .105
6813 Jack Ellis .103 5813 C. Desmond 105
6841 Minnolotte 103 6844 Crex 105
6755 El Toro ..108 6814 J. Walton .108
GS44 Flying . ...105 CSOO Falcada . .110
6435 Bon. Bard .105
Third Race Three-quarters of a mile.
6828 T. Thomas . 9616817 D. Dough'ty 109
C840 Upright . . 9fl 6846 Irish Gent.. 114
GS09 Chapul'pec 102
Fourth Race Eleven-sixteenths of a
G784 S. Knight . 97 6S15 Ramsy . ..103
G772 K. Stalwart 97 6775 Gelico . ..,108
0832 Mazurka . .100 GG97 Bob. Cook ,108
95217 Airs 108 GS45 Oakland . ..109
99090 Rio Pacos 108 6S45 Garland . .,109
6446 Oscuro . ...108 5105 Horlcon . ,111
Fifth Race Three-quarters of a mile.
6796 Mandadero .102 5752 Laymlnster 10S
6829 Gold. Afrncs 103 6836 Maisalo . ...104
6844 An. McGee .103 6813 P. Hender'n 105
6823 Plpo Vision 103 6836 Bob Lynch .,108
6823 Glmli 103 GS45 Rogon . ...110
6604 Roeenta . .1031
Sixth Race One mile. Selling,
6842 Inaur. Man. 9716842 G. of Ophir,I07
6794 F. Duster .100G84S Swish 109
677S Console . ..1051
Kodak: Pictures Finished.
Mail us yonr films. Salt Ia.ke
Photo''' Supply Co. 159 "Main streak
Exclmivo photo dealers.
DEFEAT THE L D. S.
The L. D. S. basketball team, last
year's division champions, wa3 defeated
In a closely contested game yesterday
by tho university fresTimen. Tho' game
was played before a large crowd In the
Deseret gymnasium ana the final score
was 43 to 34.
Almost tho same team which won for
the Saints last year Is back at school
this winter and for that reason the sup
porters of the Saints wero sorely disap
pointed when their men lost. The fresh
men, however, have a team that should
win from any high school toam in the
state. The freshmen quinte.tc is com
posed for the most part of stars of last
year's high school teams.
During tho first half It was not appar
ent which team was tho stronger. Early
in tho Becond half the freshies gained
a big lead. Towards the end the Saints
cut it down some, but wero unable to J
For tho L. T. S., Williams at forward
and Clarke at guard played splendid ball.
Clark at forward, Mclntyre- at center
and Aired at guard were tho best men
for tho freshmen, Tho lineup:
L. D. S. . Freshmen.
Sevy ...If.... . Clark
Williams... .........rf Hawley
Smith..... ...a..., Mclntyre. Beal
Clarko . ?r Aired
Bennlon rg West, Beal
MEN DISPLAY CLASS
The university basketball quintette
made their Initial appearance In competi
tion yesterday when they met the Salt
Lake high school in the university gym
nasium. The varsity merr Allowed amaz
ing speed. A cheer arose from tho few
high school rootors when on the second
pass after the first .lump Ward mado a
pretty shot and landed a basket. This
was followed very soon by another bas
ket by Ward before tho varsity had
scored, and It looked as though Utah was
Soon, though, the varsity fellows got
working and at the end of an hour's
work Bcnnion'u crow had succeeded in
running1 up over 100 points, whilo high
Echcol had failed to pass tho 15 marl:.
The team work of the varsity was su
perb and the manner In which Holm
stead and Ott Romney threw baskets
from tho field was spectacular.
' For the high school, Captain Ward
was the best man. Ho played forward
and when given anything liko a chance
took advantage of it. SIddoway at guard
also played a good game for the Rod
Ten Bounds to Draw.
LANSING. Mich., Jan. 10- Jimmy
Martin of Philadelphia and Art Urlanger
of Milwaukee fought a ten-round draw
before tho Lansing Athletic club tonight.
Challenges 122 Pounders.
On behalf of Arthur MeKim of Phoe
nix, Ariz.. Charles Cheetham yesterday I
Issued a challenge to any 122-pound box- J
er In Utah for any number of rounds. I
STINGINESS OE BALL
National Commission Will
Provide Uniform Contracts
to Insure Square Deals.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 10. In reversing a
decision of tho National Board of Minor
leagues hero today the national baseball
commission gave notice that at its an
nual meeting in Chicago noxt Thursday
it would advocate the adoption of a uni
form contract for both major and minor
The caso today was an appeal bj' Plavor
Manning from a decision of the national
board. Tho latter had refused his claim
for salary against the York. Pa., club of
the Trl-Stato league from Junc.l to the
end of tho Tri-State season. Manning
was Injured in a championship game, and,
after coming from the hospital, was sus
pended by1 the York culb for disability.
A stipulation in his contract was that
tho club was bound only to pay him for
ono month following his release from the
Tho commission held that In case the
club did not release the player outright
at the expiration of a month it would
be forced to pay him the salary, as it
was against the letter and spirit of the
national agreement to suspend . player
for disability when that disability was
sustained on tho ball field.
Player Manning was declared a. free
agent unless the York club pays the
player his domands within ten days.
The commission then stated tht uni
form contracts alone would1 eliminate this
Special lo The Tribune.
EUREKA. Jan. 10. Before :l crowd of
1000 fans. Barlow Bray, the local pugi
list, suffered a crushing defeat at the
hands of Ross Tngersoll, in the Odd Fel
lows hall tonight. Bray went down for
the count under a right to the jaw, aftor
less than two mlnuteB' fighting. Not
withstanding tho shortness of the con
test, the crowd seemed well satisfied
and no complaint waB heard. When the
two men entered the ring it was appar
ent that Bray was outclassed. After
sparring for little more than a minute,
Ingersoll landed a vicious right on Bray's
Jaw, sending the local man down for tho
count. Each man weighed about 1G5
ARCTIC H II'! !
FOR MOWCLIS ;
Club Also Organizes Ba J
Which Will Play Whii
Riding on Machines. t
A band was organised by the '. an
Lake Motorcycle club last night at iW
meeting in the club rooms. 222 3 M
West Temple street. This Is tho'r '
motorcycle band ever organized ,j B
Officers were installed :a folli ;gfl
President, A. ClasspiU; vice presW c'J5
Franlc Johnson; secretary. Dr. A".
Gindrup; treasurer, S. M. Solomon: t t
toos. R. A. Van Aien. B. M. Andej i
J. L. Anderson. Lon Clafiin, C; ,
Brewer: captain, L. S. Galeazzl; lieu if
ants, C. Ncllsen and Harold Evai t
The band will consist of ten meint
Six of the players have been cho J
ns follows: A. ClasspiU. Victor Kirk r
M. Anderson. W. L. Foxlcy. 11. L. U
son and F. F. Higgins. The band-, f
ride on their machines and play ttui "
Instruments in the first street para )
The following committee was npjx )
ed to meet the state legislators i '
adjacent districts at the Coinme!
club noxt Thursday night: rt. A. .
Alen. W. D. Rishel. C. W. Brewer, a) ,
Clallln, A. Classplll, B. Jl Anderson.' i
J. L. Anderson. .fc -,
The first honorary mcmbei ever ole
to the club was Sumner Gleasoo.' .
mayor of Kaysvllle, who was olo( 1
last night. Ho Is a veteran motoro;
rider and often entertains Ihc club
his orchards. ,
At the next meeting arrangements.' .
be made for the first dance ma lad
nisrht at the club. ; 9c
There will bft a snow run Sunday .
Garfield, leaving the club rooms herd g
10:30 a. m. All riders are Invited to g"
on this arctic expedition. , T I
The club's court had nothing to do-
night, for not ono member was ropoi .
for riding with muftlcr open, epcedlna r ,
auy infraction of the laws. T
DONOHUE WINS, BUT ;
By International News Service. ,
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Harry .Donol ; V,
the Pokln, 111., lightweight who tra;
Joe Rivers here to force the Mexli
Into a match, defeated Johnny Mai ,
in a stubbornly contested ten-round a
at the New Polo A. A. tonight. Donol
showed an inclination to rough matt k
, and was warned repeatedly.
1 1 Another DEEP CUT I i
1 1 In Clothing, Furnishings, Hats I i
I I necessity compels FURTHER REDUCTIONS 1
I I GOING OUT OF BUSINESS I
I 1 "Hellce tSie IBesf Bargains In Town Are at I