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AMONG THE COLTS
G/'A:' POUNDER'S 2-YEAR-OLD
RACES TO FORM
WINS IN STRAIGHT HEATS
event for Two.Year.Old Trotters Easy
for Great Little Side Wheeler. . ...
Jupiter B and Conway
' ttockawny, George A. Pounder'f
great little 2-year-old pacer, was the
•tar of the day yesterday afternoon at
Agricultural park. Ably handled by Jake
Brolllar,"; Rockaway took the pacing
'event -for 2-year-olds in straight heats,
and while McFadden was always a con
tender Rockaway had things as much
his own way as did Zolock In the 2:09
Rockaway went the first mile in 2:15H,
thereby,: beating the. time of Delilah,
the crack 2-year-old of last year, by a
full, second. Rockaway showed won
derful action and staying qualities for
a colt, coming the last quarter like an
"old campaigner with never a suspicion
of quitting. In the first heat Brolllar
drew the pole position and took his
charge to the front in the first eighth.
McFadden, handled by Hoy, hung onto
Rockaway, and there was little to chose
between them in the first half. After
that • Rockaway began to draw away
'and 'took the heat pulled up, with Mo-
Fadden coming strong two lengths
in the rear.
;>, Siegfried was_ never in the reckoning,
breaking and putting ' lip a * miserable
race-all through- the mile.. Moglai.ll
kept her "feet and managed t6 take the
'third •■.*• position ' handily. ; . Rockaway
flashed between the. sticks In 2:lsVi and
earned the right to be classed -among
the best and most promising 2-year
olds In the country. The colt went the
first 'quarter in :31%, to the half In
1:06%. The three-quarter ' pole flashed
', Things : didn't appear so , promising
for" Pounder's horse in' the second heat.
Rockaway broke going into the back
stretch and McFadden assumed a dan
gerous lead on . the Pounder footer.
Brolliar. wasn't disturbed by this, how
ever, but brought the colt right back
to' stride, and while McFadden began
•to nose Rockaway for the lead after
the half Rockaway was equal to the
j occasion and left McFadden lengths
behind at the wire.
" ' • • Jupiter,- fy^a
_The-2:17.tr0t : waS/.productlve.i)f four
keenly contested' heats, with Jupiter 8.,
; The°ComTnoflwSalth'*aM-rWnW Is It
the contenders for first money. In
the first mile The Commonwealth and
.*' Jupiter ; B. came away from the field
In. the last eighth, Commonwealth tak
ing •' the heat rather handily, with
- Jupiter B. and What Is It crossing In
the second and third positions respec
tively. Both Commonwealth and
Jupiter B. broke badly at the draw
gate, but Commonwealth came back to
stride .first and pounded underthe wire
. a winner. But for the break Jupiter B.
•.would 'have finished the race in three
beats, for he had a safe lead on Com
monwealth and proved his mastery by
.' coming right back and capturing the
I race In the following three heats. . Zam
- bra,' the holder of the world's five-mile
trotting record, was never dangerous,
having developed a tendency to claw
| the ozone at the critical moment. !
• Jupiter B. won the following three
heats In the last eighth in each instance.
When the whip was laid on by Durfee
Jupiter came away from. the remainder
of the field as if they were tied.
The 2:17 pace brought out some rat ;
tling miles between John " R: Conway
Economizer and Mistake. Economizer
and Mistake fought out. the first heat,
Conway making a good bid,', but being
unable to do better than third. Kent
hammered Mistake effectively In the
final drive, the gelding responding no
bly and stalling off Economizer.
The next three heats were John Con
way's all the way, although Georgr
Meese's side wheeler found himself In
company about as fast as he would
care to handle. In the second heat Con
way hung back until the last eighth
pole was reached, when he flashed. tc
the front with an ease annoying to
, those who held tickets on Mistake and
' Economizer. Economizer appeared to
have the second heat bundled up, but
when the real racing began Conway
simply romped away from the field.
The third and fourth were a repetition
of the second, Major Sultan and Anna
'Turner both falling before the dis
tance flag in the last mile.
Today's card includes the three-year
\old and 2:27 trot and the 2:24 pace. In
the latter event Glenn, Virginia and
Bessie Barnes will again ■ appear. A*
a riiult. ol ! her jtecislve, triumph in the,
:27 | 4pace t on^th*e'6penlrigMay of tho
meeting,-' Glenn ' Is „ assu red %of heavy
backing ! this' afternoon/ ■*•*,"-' ' .
I ■ The summary:
Two-year-old pace, mil* heats, 2 In 3.
For the J. A. Falrchlld $500.
Horse and driver. <■-... Finish.
Rockaway, eh. *. (Brolllar) I l
McFadden, eh. c. (Hay) 2 2
.Siegfried, b. s. (Ward) 4 t
UoKladl, b. m. (Delaney) , 3 4
Time: Heat I— :34ti. 1:06%. 1:42, 2:15*4;
♦heat 2— :S5, 1:07, 1:42, »:19H
2:17 trot, mile heats, 3 In 6. For the
Henry Berry $1000.
Horse and driver. ; Finish.
Jupiter 8., b. g.-(Dufee> I 111
The Commonwealth, b. h. (Llnd- -^
»ay) ....;. 1 8 2 6
What Is It, g. g. (Chadburn) 3 ill
Mamie Elisabeth, eh. m. (Maben).4 4 4 4
Zainba. t.r. g, (Ward) , ....6 6 6 3
„ Time: H«at l-:34, 1:07. VMM, J:ISW;
•eat 2-;33, IM. l:40&, 2:ISU; heat 8— :»,
1-WV4. 1:40, 2:13; hea.lt 4- :34f 4 . 1:07, 1:42*
2:17 nape, mile heats. J In 6. For the
Pr. William Dodge $1000.
Horse and driver.' ■ ■•*•* . Finish.
John Jt. Conway, eh. a. (Chad
* burn) .* I i li
Economtier. br. in. IKllva) 2 3 i %
M!«Mtt«. t>. g. (K«nt) 1 » 1 J
Mnjor Sultun, t>. g (Hackney) ..4 B »rtr
Ann* Turn**, h. m. (Ward) 5,4 4dr
Bud. h. h (Bak©r£ ii" df . '.
Time: HMtt l-:33. l:<MVi. 1:3»«4. 2:«H;
beat 2-:33, l:04H. I:*>. »l*l hw»t »-:84,
l:0Vl:4JH. »:«V4; heat 4-:S3, I:O4V*. 1:40,
2; 15. jMsMIPVI
EASTERN RACING RESULTS
WINNERS AT THE
• BRIGHTON BEACH TRACK
By Ansoclated Press.
NEW YORK, July 6.— Brighton Beach
Six furlongs^ — Roseben won, Lady
Amelia »econd, Bad News third. Time,
Steeplechase, about two miles—Ala
manzor won, calcorahatchle second,
Bacchante third. Time, 4:29. .
Five .furlongs— Running Water,, won,
Single Shot second, Balloia third.' Time,
1:01. ■'■■■ : ' i '" •-■• ■■•• ■ ' ■• ■ ' <■-
The Brighton, one mlle-rOrt Wells
won, Beldame second, Delhi third.' Time,
Six furlongs — Hooray won, St. Es
tephe second, Lord of the Forest third.
Time, 1:14 1-6.
One mile and a sixteenth— Angler
won, Chrysolite second, Ismallan third.
RESULTB AT THE
DELMAR PARK COURSE
By Associated Press.
ST, LOUIS, July 6.— Delmar sum
mary: . '
One mile and , seventy • yards— Little
Corker won, Blrdwood second, Jim Tlr
rell third.. Time, .1:60.,, . ..,. ;■."., >\
Five furlongs— Burnolette won, Dick
Redd second, Suzanne third. Time,
Seven furlongs — Netting won, Fortune
Teller second, Atoga third. Time, 1:31.
Six furlongs-i-Dave Sommers won,
Revoire second, Miss Gomez third.
One mile— Marlin won, Gene Handlon
second, Tom Mankins third. Time,
One mile and seventy yards— Light
Opera won, Outlaw second, Whiskers
third. Time, 1:48. v
WINNERS AT THE .
LATONIA PARK TRACK
By Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, July s.— Latonia re
• Six furlongs — Animosity won; Frivol,
second; Mabel Winn, third. Time,
Mile and sixteenth— Havlland won;
Van. Pepe, second; Donvlolo, third.
Five furlongs— Mllliaches won- Ho
gan, second; Ya^d, third.. .Time, 1:0,1., ;
Steeplechase,- ; handicap, , short , course)
— Varner won; John E. Owens, second;
Czarawlnd, third. Time, 3:02 4-5.
Five furlongs — Anita won; Trlsauce,
second; Lillita, third. Time, 1:02 4-5.
Six furlongs — Western Duke won; Mc-
Ilvain, second; All Scarlet, third. Time,
HOW THEY RAN AT
THE MEADOWS PARK TRACK
BY AsStfeiatßd-Tressf'". »'">* ;i:>:i<.'ofJ |
SEATTLE. July s.— Results: • '
second; Karabei, third. Time, 1:01."
Four furlongs— Eldred won; Judge
Thomas, second; Queen Cup, third.
Seven furlongs — Chamblls won; Bes
sie Welfly, second; El Palsano, third.
One mlle^ — Eleven Bells won; Cane jo,
second; Mareilo, third. Time, 1:40%.
.Four and, one-half furlongs—Arestal
tor,won;,Tenordale, second; Rainclou3,
third/ Time,' : 55. ' .*"• ' ".' ■ l "' .'' ', : 'i
Six furlongs — You You won; Glen
brler, second; Hippinax, third. Time,
GIANTS CAPTURE RAGGED
GAME FROM PHILADELPHIA
By. Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, July 6.— New
York ended the series with Philadel
phia here today by "winning a poorly
played game, The home team used
two pitchers and both were hit hard.
Amos pitched an erratic game. At
tendance 4100. Score:
R. H. E.
New York 9 13 4
Philadelphia 7 6 3
Batteries — Amos and Bowerman; Dug
gleby, Caldwell and Abbott. Umpire —
NED HANLON'S MEN
GET ANOTHER PICKING
By Associated Press.
BROOKLYN, July s.— Scanlon's
wlldhess in the third inning today was
responsible for Brooklyn's defeat by
Boston. Willis pitched a clever, game
for the visitors, allowing only three
scratch hits. . Score:
R. H. E.
Boston 7 10 2
Brooklyn 0 3 1
Batteries — Willis and Morun; Scanlon
and Jttttur. Umpire— Johnstone.
PITTBBURG BUNCH HITS
AND WIN IN ELEVENTH
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, July s.— For ten innings
today it was an even break between
Chicago and Plttsburg, both pitchers
doing excellent work after the third
inning. Leach reached first on an er
ror in the eleventh, the misplay be
ing followed by three singles and two
doubles, scoring five runs for Pitts
burg. Attendance 4900. Score:
Chicago „., 18-1 8- I 7 B 5
Plttsburg :"■:"■.". V..V.V.. ":.;"...". :' S"ir"j
Batteries— Weimer and O'Neill. Case
and Peitz. Uraplre-ODay.
ONE PROM BT. LOUIS
By Associated Press.
CINCINNATI, July s.— Corcoran 1 *
home run past Clark in the third in
ning with the bases full was the sen
sational feature of today*, game. At
tendance 1700,- Score: •■ • ...
Cincinnati "' 12 B j
Bt. Louis , 6 9 4
Batteries— Walker' and Phelp*; Taylor
and gearfoaa. XJmplre-Bauswlne! ,
Miss Ada Crossley, the Australian con
tralto, who lately has won fame In Eng
land, healtated a long time before ahe de
cided to crow > the- ocean, and try her
fortune there. At leugth she spun a coin:
"Heada. I go to London; tails, Btay In
Australia." It came down head.
Everybody want* it-Las I'almaa cigar.
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THERY WINNER OF
THE BENNETT CUP
ENORMOUS CROWD WITNESSES
AMERICANS' POOR SHOWING
Meet With Accidents and Race Lies
Between French and Italian Drlv.
ers— Lancia Leading When
. Machine Breaks Down
By Associated Press.
LAS CHAMP, France, July s.— Franco
again established her supremacy In an
International automobile contest over
the Auvergne course. • Thery, the
French champion, -won after an excit
ing contest with the Italian champion
Lancia. An enormous crowd witnessed
the race and gave an enthusiastic
greeting to Thery as he crossed the line
a winner. . ■'„.'.,;
.Soon after. the start. Lancia began to
draw up with Thery, finally passing
him and securing six lengths' lead,
when his machine broke down. There
after Thery had the race his own way,
finishing in 5 hours 18 minutes, with
Cagno, another Italian, second, Naz- j
zarl third, Caillois fourth and Earpi
fifth. • |
Three Americans started but they did
not make a notable showing. There
was much 'surprise" among : the 1 cbntesj
tanta at this. ' Lyttle, who was placed
twelfth and whQrwaß; tJhei.only-Anaerl].
can to finish, in reply to a question
"I had almost completed the first lap
at good speed, when, while crossing v
rut, the principal lubricating tube of
my machine burst beyond all possibility
of repair. I continued the race, how
ever, my mechanic holding the tube
together with his fingers for a distance
of 400 kilometers. We were both soaked
and nearly" blinded by* the escaping ■oil
and were compelled 'to reduce' our
speed. This accounts for our bad posi
tion in the race. I do not know what
became of the other Americans. Ding
ley completed the first lap and Tracey
three laps, but neither returned to Las
Champ. None of the American motor
cars participating in the race was suf
ficiently speedy or appropriate for the
course and there was also much trouble
with the tires. Otherwise we would
have been better placed."
Thery First Off
The race started at 6 o'clock this
morning. Thery, the French champion,
was the first oft, followed by the entire
eighteen contestants, including the
three Americans. A great crowd, in
cluding Minister of Commerce Clemen
tel, and Gen. Brugere, the commander
of the French army, witnessed the
start and gave the contestants an en
thusiastic greeting- as they thundered
past at the start. The day opened
cloudy and threatening and the tribunes
and streets presented a desolate ap
pearance after the hurricane of yester
day, which stripped off the decorations,
awnings and flags.- j The crowds, began
to arrive before daylight. A formidable
force of military composed of five regi
ments of Infantry and three regiments
of artillery cleared the track at 5:30
o'clock, a. m.
Thery received an ovation when ha
appeared and the Americans also were
warmly applauded. The three Ameri
can machines were painted red, the
French blue,' the English green, the
German white, the Italian black and
the Austrian yellow. •_ ■ ' ■ i •
The crowd increased as the hour for
the start approached, many automobile
parties, including j Americans, , being
among the throngs.' The Huge machines
quivered and - snorted while awaiting
the moment of departure.
At exactly 6 o'clock Thery shot off
amid a cloud of cheers, the other con
testants following in order and time as
follows: Karp, . English, 6:05; Jenatry,
German, 6:10; 'Lancia, Italian, 6:16;
Braun, Austrian, 6:20; Lyttle, United
State*, 6:25; Caillois, France, 6:80;
Koliyes, England. 0:35; Decater*, Ger
iu.iny, 6:40; Cagno, Italian, 6:45; Hyer
onlmua, Austria, 6:60; Dlngley, United
Htateu, 6:65; Duray, France, 7:00; Ber
nacht, England, ; 7:06; Werner, Ger
many, 7:10; Nazzarl, Italy, 7:15; Bar
ton, Austria, ' 7:20; Tracey, United
Boon after the start Jenatry, the Ger
man champion, , was delayed ' twenty
minutes, which threatened to put him
out of the race. . Thery finished the first
lap at 7:41 a. m.; elapsed time, 1 hour
and 41 minutes. Lancia made the first
lap in 1 hour and 35 minutes.
The Americans made a poor showing
In the first lap. Lyttle's elapsed time
was 2 hours and 31 minute*.
-Neither Dlngley nor Tracey had cov
ered the first lap when Thery com
pleted the second at 9:30 a. m. and Lan
cia at 9:38. Lancia continued gaining.
He was leading, but suffered a break
down in the third lap, Thery securing
a commanding lead. Lancia was six
lengths ahead of Thery when the break
down occurred. .
. The elapsed times of the leaders at
the end of the third lap were as fol
Thery, 6 hours and 18 minutes; Cag
no, 5 hours and 35 minutes; Caillois, 5
hours and 41 minutes. . .
PORTLAND HAS EASY
..'.,-•: " TIME WITH SIWASHES
Secure Eighten Hits Off Charlie Hall's
Offerings and Score Eleven
By Associated Press.
SEATTLE, July. s.— Portland played
rings around the locals today and won
easily by a score of 11 to 1. Charlie
Hall was batted to the far corners of
the lot, eighteen hits being secured off
his delivery, while Jones kept the lo
cals guessing when there were men on
bases. The fielding of the Seattle bat
tery was very much oft color and seven
errors helped to swell the score. Roach
and Corbett umpired in the place of
I Bray, who observed the game as a
spectator, and satisfied both teams.
(Seattle ....0 0 0100000—7' 7 7
iPortland ...0 2 10 3 0 0 5 o—ll 18 1
Batteries— Hall and Dashwood: Jones
■ and Runkle. Umpires— Roach and Cor
bett. - ■■ .. . ■ -.■■■■ ■■ ,■
SENATORS ROMP AWAY -'i ">>
FROM NEW YORK SQUAD
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July s.— Outbatting
and outflelding the New Yorks today,
Washington defeated the local team in
the final game of the present series.
Attendance, 2500. Score:
R. H. E
New York ; 16 2
Washington 8 8 1
Batteries— Hogg. Putmann and Klelnow; '
Patten and Klttredge.
NAPS TROUNCE CHICAGO
WHITE BOX AGAIN
By Associated Press.
CLEVELAND, July s.— Cleveland
sent Chicago in to second place again
today, winning 6 to 1. Donohue pitched
a steady game, while Owen was
knocked out of the box In the fifth in
ning. Cleveland's long hits were timely.
Attendance, 3900. Score:
• R. H. E.
Cleveland ....6-9 2
Chicago .; 1 7 1
Batteries— Donohue. and Bemis; Owen,
Walsh and Sullivan. ' '■> "■'
BOSTONIANS WIN ONE
FROM PHILADELPHIA MEN
By Associated Press. .
BOSTON, .July 6.— Boston defeated
Philadelphia 4 to 3 today in a ten-
Inning game. Two singles and Sey
bold's home run scored Philadelphia's
runs and long hits gave the locals three
of theirs. Henley weakened toward the
end, while Dlneen's effectiveness in
creased. Attendance, 6500. Score:
R. H. E.
Boston 4 8 3
Philadelphia 3 7 2
Batteries— Dlneen and ■ Crlger; Henley
and Schreck. . ■
DETROIT BALL BABTER3
WIN PITCHERB' BATTLE
DETROIT, ; July 6.— Detroit came out
on top in a pitchers' battle, in which
the only runs came on a base on balls
and a wild throw. Attendance, 1000.
Score; - ,
,' • ' : < ■','•'%", '-.\ R. H. B.
Detroit 2 4 0
Bt.,Louls 16 1
Batteries— Mullen and Doran; Glade and
Roth. . ■• . _■ _ ■■_ ' ' ■■-
TUB WUONG DIAGNOSIS
Prompt the Use v of - Worthless Heiu
Even an experienced physician will
sometimes make a mistake In diag
nosis, in which event his entire treat
ment is wasted and may even be in
jurious to the patient. .
' The advocates of all other hair re
storatives save Herplclde have wrong
ly diagnosed the cause of Dandruff and
Th.ey figure on a' functional disease,
whereas ft 1* now known and general
ly accepted that hair lobb la due to a
parasitic ■ germ which Newbro s Herpt
clde destroy*. - ■ ..,<•• , . . .
There 1* no substitute for Herplclde;
Sold by leading drugglata. Bend 10c
In stamps for (ample to The Herplcide
Co., Detroit, Mich.
Reduced Rate* to Colo.
On June % and i the Salt Lake Route
la going to make a apeoial axcurilon
rat* to Denver and return of 165, going
and returning via Bait Lake City, or
178 returning via Portland Ore., allow
ing ample time to visit the exposition
Vtaketa will - be! limited to forty days
for the round trip. On the going trip
a -two days' stop over will be allowed
at Bait Lake City, and on the return
trip atop over* will be permitted at any
Intermediate point:within the limit or
the ticket. Paiienger* can go over one
route beyond Salt Lake City, and re
turn another If denlied.
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Every baby must ride In state. You can get a handsome, attractive .go-cart In price ranging from $8 to $12. i
Our new assortment is ready. It la replete with novelties, every one of which is of practical construction. If
>you want something particularly fine get either of the ones pictured above. They are the swellest things out.
The English coach pictured above is a new thing and It is a beauty. It is designed to carry two passengers.'
The body is swung In a manner similar to that of the old-time stage coach and rocks in a most comfortable
and sleep-producing manner. The body is finished like a piano, dark and rich. The »P- AJ O Pi\ '
holsterlnp is broadcloth. The top can be tilted from one side to the other or let down .fttlri Tl I
like a carriage top. The price of this vehicle Is tp~XVr*)«^V ' ;
The go-cart shown Is one of our most pleasing styles. There are receptacles at the side* for packages, \wraps, '
etc. Complete with lace covered parasol, extra heavy rubber tired wheels, special hub; porcelain handles; best
running gear and foot brake. This is simply one of the many new designs. Each one fhrfel l m £\
made after tho celebrated Dann patent, which Is superior In every respect 7h m "\ I *l| I
The adjustment Is easy, quick and safe. This go-cart Is .,.(|'Vlii/V ;
fe?^fr^; '7 ;^;Things -for ; the Nursery'''^"'''^''''' : :
We have an extraordinary assortment of beds, cribs, chairs, etc. We pay particular attention to the wants of
the little folks. You will find styles and prices that will more than satisfy your artistic and economical Instinct. .
FOI DING The' standard Gendron FOLDING Folding go-cart With FOLDING Folding go-cart of the: j
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