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NINE DAYS RACING AT TWIN BRIDGES MEETING BEGINS TOMORROW AND OPENS WITH A GOOD CARD. GENEROUS PURSES HUNG UP Five Events Are on the Program for the Opening Day of the Meet. St l'i it. T. i 111 1t.la I H MI t'NTAtlt. Tawin Ilil gad,'. Aag 7 (altonnnnring on Mattur. dany. AaII iat S. at , I tan , l ittaling until ,Sunday, Aug .'ta. i.. il6 iar l iC Illinxed trIotting, iparinl nat IlttnliigI r;t ( . ()tle ofl the st tI trn( k in outtl ataIt \allli;iaan . I, a l man1l ag'l;.i t. 'urt l paild tat r auli ra'e, It hill lt flt .aImt of the ;.ia.. .taa l.It l tao l.h:a'-C flit( anl.lahc tatal i(ake. it t(n natall e ali wla, natal aglr(C. abhl fr hl t - me, n. l'h .I.. li.ltl all lt . is , t I light to ;ltl r lattle, l-1~n l' alIr l i l tll te' tfl t;.ty or tall rarc ,. atl the hr. titan -r t s e tla light It ail''- lihe iat tting at tIn)' tint- th 'y at-' lit. lt. a .ll- , thIli : o. ciattaon a111 tmake it fl)tir -atiail t-i Ina-i tIo a. that thl nre a gia i ,to r It l 1. ' t IIt ,a a bautS d I ttittK ing i, tm tt A ll sti ' \\t ll t ,,., th( 'i. ht h.l,,t at 9 ia't ]at k. All p a"a' -- 11 aI n ti'.It li lt- , al t- l tat.Il th.il] 11' .. First Day-Saturday, August 8. fit t i.;,. --r a tat t-r p. l ; h at', . h -I : lita 3; ptlr,',. C ,n., ..erat- tdI I1..'t a . tr i a,,Ia l I .1 a wlf' 1i-lah, caltl atl i ti h .; tat-al. Si'.'. 'Itiard l It,,, t-Mur 'aal a,-at I.all hlrl. .g, catlhl n lgh:; pitnrr, qt l-,tat h a (t.,y- 11i,. fia.ll, i . i,, ath a(:1atll ; ;'aar a ( 1it'lh In., I,'.i ltai rta t '. 'I ,' L I3lly wart lithat Il- ' i-4.:r t lttIt r tt a- lh ts t sn f t riallt; taa 111-. 1 at',,.11.11-ti it l hal: t;a llh I ''t It Iat:,tan t t- h .t c ,an , ra a atnit m i ta .. la' at the t'tl of t ah a a t-al;t;,i Ia lly . tt tIIIltLa all. taa td 'ant lit nIt-a a -taly. '11'. '.".atia n tta eata a. a lith, right It, tiin - tlI r:, at any) tai it a.' it at lhit, it'ting; pmut-t, ( . Second Day-Sunday, August 9. Il"tr-t Ha.rt- Frt. a - r .Ill; tl,-t a-r pan ; ht t a Siat tin . l 1i.1ic. Il l ,t l th ,-al i I It I f1., ; lJtlrar. 7;r. °lh- d it.l <\...a ta t ltin l.,t.. h.,ialaI..lt; Sp Cear. jI' ttl h I. , fin4 , wt , I :n lial, ', ' s- tailk hi t at hI l.al i,, ; . -"t-a'. Si, , i . S11111 K. t I t.al, . 0 i , I r It 11i s ; ch.,n ,r' Il, rat . ,n 1 -.,hll,. at tilt' (I'i l ' ., : i 1h.11 ; aIx ta aatr ant tl a hr to -tatl ;il a , ata, . Third Day-Monday, AuJgust 10. First I',na . I. , tait r 1a4, ha I ia n 3 c",',tl I .,u l",ur hlI. ng ha:m. ly:, p f, r non. aln llth i tit l-- ~ t; , A - r i. it . I I I a ,a ,> i .rt . , i, tth at a S"1 ' h .n"tI .t . n .,, ,r it, * 1i.- , ft iti r i a. .r , I, n t -- . t a I a . .lia o 8,." I . aS ' I ..1 . a r s: " , ?.ia,. Fou th Day-Tuesday, Atugust 11. S a-al- .... n, 1 ..l11 I tr. ; I . 1" . ', , ; f 'i ' ' , r!', . ," : I' ,' I , ". h , " I ' ulr ,= u,, f. . i , ' ,. .,. ,'n \1 .1 'li 'I + F f:n Day--Wed.esday. August 12. S1. r. , , r t .t " e, ~ n th of 5 nute f. r t., ':t. " : -r , tt " , 11 . ~ ( '11/ ; t', $-,,. Y, ',,.' l i i ý ,N ".,n i.nl ti.c siht:, lt or .-g,:; I ,f1 , u , 10 ,.. ., ,g .., n . ,, < tch wei lht; Sixth Day-Thursday, August 13. 1 ,rot I.,, , in 1 it lJ hirarne( r:t e, f ,r o heir,, , tht l i .n n I , Ii a raceti it this mhltctigo ; 2 i.. ' I 1 h Int i ttr- a i, $4 t. S.c,*,, l 1(4,1, I l,!ur l.trlongl , .IL t.h w ghtt11 '; par,,. 17c. "'I l11 .1 ... . . ; . c tr",t or I~ , 'ce ; h 'lt aI int 3 i,4 t,; It t ',,' $1-'5. i,,1 ;::h 1. tr Int n.le , (',,.. ,)y; n11y kind LI t-ahl,:c ai rdr; p r-, e,- . Seventh Day-Friday, August 14. First I.,(, '310 ., la-; trt or pact; ht't . in 3 h) its; pol, r. flan, Scord at. ix fIurlong, wight for ag; l'hird R 'ace i r (.rth of a mil, Latcl Wcpht,; puirse, fu. Fourth ,lac--I n" milh, hIunh-llp; pIn-c, Eighth Day-Saturday, August 15. First K ter .i;:5 cl; , lint or piace; hct . catch wiught,: put-. $75. 'third H;It t C ur it lllnllll ,,,catch wI tghli. l ; F ,t th all e - E ,,Ir fr long i. ny rit c ~r. Ib) s undell r s15; lok, ) Iminut iallolw d s, ridle; pfurl . }..0. Fifth I..ct I'it, furlng handicap; purr, 571. Butte Day--Sunday, August 16. First Race c:la ( -," tro. ,,r pace; t,,t : iu 3 hi:tu ; purx. $S1... Sicond tact So. furlong htailicapt pulr., 'Ifirtd f(:uc- ::45 elan. trot or pact for 2 year.ih ; I ,I . .t in 3 liia ; pur.., $1n. Fourth lrai t --(flin In1ile, huilliu c.llq; pti' , "1 W.mn. hirtl aind .;while lit thel end oif i ach liii t; ludic.. hate but onm helper; put1 . $In,,, unte, change, tr deeltire off 1y or all rant, and the dirictir- reitrv, the right o cl' " e the sureting at anv time thay demn lit. All entries will cloie the noght fulore ;it 9 'c(lock. .I1 cotllllUltllnia tialon. .houl he ad,-. drist d to (;t crge I. l.\Ilti, secrletary, Twin CORBETT HAS GAINED IN WEIGHT AND STRENGTH ItY 4.1,O IA 1' l11 1'il SS. S.an Fralnl.ico, Aug. 7. Janlc*. J. I('l.l.t is, putting on the finilshilng tuuchei, tIo hii luing coa.u oful trainintg. lic is cilidfent of defeating J.hTrirec, and manly goiiod judliges like Frank Erne alld T''tllliy iJyan share lis cnfidence. All who have seen hiu at work Idclare that uiver before was hI iln f uch guood condition. lie has gainted in weight and strlength alnd scents to have lout outhing of Ihis old-time lgllily. A dispatch from llorbin StpringI rfquoltes x Je fries as saying that he pIroposes to go fur his opponent at the start and keep at him witlin.ut affording bils an opportulity to rest. lie is prepared for a hard encountcr but dues Seat er the result. G. IV. f'IAKI:ICILD-One of the fast ones at the Butte Driving club eveNts.. It"ckrlld is by If,.Ncran out of Gypsy Ma.r, and comes from mtu famous Mansm hrirno King stn k. JOLTS AND JABS OF THE NEWSY SORT The i:itme )c terdlay Wat ni enly as rolUiong a chih l's itanlk. Silt I.,kc Inext wit k, then cmes SpIt - katne. That :clcne Ic|rf itltd to Spck:an.e IS still ranklting in the ,reasts of the .liuttt fans. c swcant thnet' pr.e.cntl back. If \Ii '.lc.lt,.y will only do tn the I.s An;,th tc t;in what hie said he moull do, whi le they mitt d,\an in (C'alifornia. the p'lail pi, is of cisl'erance' ill rise' up friom the ;.IttUl-t mininel camp in the world. So far this ,t ri les has ,ttnt as tlifficui oa shooti tg fish in ai harrel. 'I hI. ,tlI cry of "!'c;,are oif the ' dtii rs"' lt It . in to apply iin ti I ailt t Ui :tlltt I',ti st halt Lake. l('ti ilet \lah.l.l yc ha;ts II;ade; hiis how antd h s t ppld l ,t lhi l ,:11 t. ill 'tatg.'. 'lTh re S.;Is a .ou. .tll t .l -I ..'t nce ot culrtain calls l. n this aa). Ptl .ilent Li.ltIs rt alliit.' that iIt ltle v r tll lt' harmony i the tlilt agtue til hte has tomp ett lint tunip]it. Tlhis is chiilhnc t l.yv at thet. t:.rdries al il tIh yotltlng tr are t'ld ;Cliriing to sie. ]t.'lit wile agI.i.tl fri.-m the ,aints. Tlihe Iach. .lors' 'I 'to ls (li1 ii s holi,,lhg a taura i nt it. .Ml ch intt rrt is l i ti 0i1isi% it and '. rli hotly ecntteted lll, natch S.re pl.l td 1 -tetrda.,. I hnry Mar-t ,e fet.td ll btn Hisvt" I t attits. 6-4, 6 4. . ct ectning At.hur Vivian heat Percy .antl., r. ,6 ,. 6 . Tit c-hh will hohl an ,'thcr t,,tIrni m I fi in Si pIt itl tl r. It is lnot lilk ly that aI, f tihl tottlCtt,.tslll swill take pa, till thlt "h+ tc t lun ianui t. Th1e a itte' Junimi t lefattedl the Young'i "attnct.ls )t -ti rl.) 1h) a 'cre of 6 to 4. 'ilt htitt Junici are taut with a chal Ic tl o ;.neiy ta1: in ti i tll c i1 tlhl ir cla- s. I litr i t, a tra tiget . )tars. 'I ht Statt i1mitt. ,hdf;attcl the Ius . tl-is ) -tetrcl.., I; to 16. lhit*ec is husly r'e.giiuning the lchli pri tion at the :ral of tile' pier'e'ntas' clumhin. l lt ci ;at of ti lt Angtls yestt.trdal ) it TL - co:tii ,wsi tih ie il'. ! cini sa. \\ ilitt is Lon .anti i s tumllh to make thie ctircuit of the I ;us sith his oiil-tilt .e spIt I. lit Lattai ,l itt iwhat milght to have h.tn a ituthoe run ),'.t ttdly. but the iust hr .mllI do a-, t.. pi t third Inst. Iars cit itt thtn si .lit in the game antid aftir sward tiak \\ c:l,+t' a place in left ihel. thitah plays at S.ilt Lake next week aln, con.iditslling tlit patchtlc-up tounltition of l iktl tli" t,',o n, the' .,rtt to it' explecttul is tn en break. liettilg on bla'tsalil 'titrts ctit the Na iicotial utll Atlt rican league circuilts is It. t.ining sto ioluutton this ,castn that the hest ft itnd is of the' e.titonal a.lste are talaratmed at the posuibility of the poolroon inter.ests jipardlizing the welfare of th ai;tme., as they did back inl the early '7yo aniil iagalin in the '.ns. 'he recent attack onil Pitcher WVaddell of tle Philadelphia Atlhltics by mlen who had ht nll the result of the game and th a'hlastisc.,ent of the speculator by the cx. citahll,e twirler arte intiltd out as show ing the evils of betting on ball games.. Thel' story slelt froml I'ittslburg recently lshows the aimit of the mlony that is be ing li t on Illl gallmes in the home of the chanpions. ( trtain gamblers formed a ipo. on July 16 iiand 'Let $5,n001i to $4.oo0 witlh TI'hl adore iarnsdlltll, a wealthy oil allilll, that the lirate, would heat New 't'a'rk. Ilturnsdtlill piromliseal Joe McGinnity $5iii if lie wilno tlhe :1ae and also prom. isaed to divide $.5at S ino aing tihe mnembers of the itiain if they woian. Tacks Parrott knliw whant he was doing when he . lit lhl the Stalt I.takc mllanager to pay him when lhe iiantediil to cut lhis salary Li c;al., thei glate rec'ilpts were low. Par roa lasl a atn o!lr friom Nashville up his Ihc.t which heI prlo tly accepted when hie t'ol his release.. Ihe is ani old stat in tihe .So:t.lt' 'i l at 't. I. \\. illeiite~r, a Ni w York athlete, will laikce anll lattnpt early this month to swim thec rapids at N iagara Falls. llllltillg is tlt lasits of scit ntilic hattling. No a tian ilut win games withnut players whlil hiave mataered the' knlack of tusing the "soft lblt" Iandl tlappinilg along first alnd third hluasl liles tll exiasperating slow grioundeirs that ;are si difficult to handle. I:;ich ti tilithe ilamporttance of the bunt ilcrea( ;ies land th salaries' of its exponents soir ilupward. Ktclcr gets $S.,iioo per sea son, the highsllt wage;s ever pa4id a player, ma;iinly lbcause he klinows how tor make safe hits withiout pulttillg the hlll .('t of the diilamlill. Fultz is draw iug $b,ouo for plretty tatmuch thel si:uia' rea(.;l(on. The wily pitchllrs of toay have learnedl how ti fooli the shluggrs. Itht the best of llthem are helples, s Iai eforci such hunters as 'I1hr1ll:is. :ult,, ketler, Junes, [Lay and 'Pickering. 'Ih I lunit (deftly iplaced is illlllost impos sible t, tichl. It Itakes the iaintild out of its r,''utl.r lpsition. IP'itcheir. catcher, third lals .llnian. shiortstop andtl setcondl lhasetnatn ;ar till likely to ;leav thei lases uncovered ill thel frtlantic scra:llle to get the ball to first ;iahet;l of the hitter. UL'nder such con ditiols it i ilt to Il wonaderedi at that cliv r, iliick-thinking Lasie runners fre itiiintly g.t from lfirst ii third oil infield hits. \\'ith the a nh-colltge ba,; Is ll senasnn at an a II, the' utanage'ri of the lprofessional ttiaims iar hulling out ttemptingi olTers t -ntuae if thli collegi;ate stairs. C'larkson of llnrvard and Lync(h of BIrown are easily the premieir players. Ioth are pitchiers whc wouat l strengllthen any professional tag1 At ithe preseaant tillle iboth are inclinetr tc talllttil ;amateurs., tas they have been ch.ier to c;tptain their reslective twa;ns next year ELKS PREPARING FOR FIELD DAY SPORTS Nrxt w ek tlhe Flk, of the state will asem(.lle h ill Itt. 'l he prgraml pr(.arrl by the ; ttlerd her-l ,I thi. city w ll in .ur, thv time l pent hite Leihi}.' injoyalle. I i l vi sir tor can pr.o e lavii ii pent a Lad t iasrter Iof an hor he getsl hni .,oney back The rihlr,,lds haver iranted a rate of nie and tone third fare for the rounl trip from any part of the .iate. This i+ open to teverh udy %hd a i.h.hes to conicm to IBlutte at that time. Thel list of .etnt, for 'Thurday and l tIi day, te' days whan the Montana State As-. ociaiiaio of Elk lodge.- mtecit, here, i i lo,.. one. hit iperhap, the mno-t iimportant is the kill gamie let' :en Illlna ind littte. At res..lt the lotte .lk. are in pon cession of a loving cup won from Helena. Thet cup isn't uworth ,aI cents, but the honor of holling it is priceless. Hence the great ritalry. I elena has ben drilling the Elks' ball ta.nm with the view of bringing that cup Iiack or lever coming back at all. lButte will argue the ca e in a spirited maIlnner. Horace Merkle, who has had charge of all the hall-playing Elks, has had a squladl t at t lu hill grounds slamming the spheroid over to tirst until the cows coime home. The Ihunch that will defend that culip ill Ie the fastest amateur team that ever hit the pike, or as they would say down Ihttonl way, that ever assaulted the thoroughfare. ffhe personnel of the team will be made kiio' Monlday, after alcrkle has assorted out the good olnes. MILITIAMEN Long March Proves Too Much fcr the Soldiers. I , + -( , .A I 1.1 1 . S .i ('hi:cnr,. Aug. 7.- Thirty live of thte ,)o artiltleryrmen rrderd out on a mart h of ,15 miles to Caip I),, l gits, W\is.. have de scrtrd. aiecording to repoirts received at Fort Sheridhau. iThe EleCventh and 'Tw entty-fourth bat teries were ao t ;aid are expectedt to ar rive tt the ciaml tal;y. Twelve other 1men wenIt by train to join Killed by Fever. Boise, ~datho, Aug. 7.--C. B. Nesmith, nephew of Senator Ankenry of Washing ton, a;nd otherai e well connected, died of typhoid fever yesterday at Rock Bar, where he hlad w,ne on an outing with his lamily and some friend& KILLED BECAUSE OF BEER Man Who Refused to Pay for Two Glasses is Kicked to Death. Salt l.ake. 'tah. Aug. 7.-'l'wo lasses of Lher, worth to cents, were the cause of a trag d.,, in this city yestcr,'oy. ltcausce he refused to pay for the beer, which he clainmed e diJ not order. C. A. Westman;t, .tonemason, 5) y ars of age, was so badly litaten and kicked in a PWat South street saloon that he died from his injuries within a few hours. Thomas Kane and George M. Kled, patri na of the saloon, are under arrest, charged with the crime, "Are you prepared for the end, dear sis ter ?" said the Rev. Mr. Comfort. "Would you not like to go to heaven ?" "t)h, my, yes I" gasped the sick woman. "I'm just dying to go there'"-Philadelphia Press. EASY VICTORY FOR THE BUTTE TEAM MORMONS GO DOWN TO DEFEAT IN THIRD GAME OF THE SERIES. I'ete Dowling had the Salt Lake players at his mercy yesterday. At critical times he was Invincible and the hits the visitors made were well scattered. Lundbohm again did the pitching for the .lormons and was hit freely. Hiis support was none of the best. Shaffer touched him up for two twobhase hits and Dowling did the same. MlcKcvitt, Wilmot and Mcllale each made a triple. Following as the score: IIUTTE- All. R. I1. (). A. E. W ard, ab.............. 3 a 9 la Roque ,jb .......... a a a a .lcKevitt, rf.......... 4 a 3 Shaffer, h ............. 4 a 3 o \ ilmot. If .............. 4 a a a Swindells, c............ 4 3 0 RIankle, s ............. a o 6 a a Mcllale, cf ............. 4 a a I a lDowling, P............. 4 o a o a 0 ltndiclin, If............ o o o oa a Totals ................35 so a at7 14 SAI.T LAKE- AB. R. II. I'O. A. E. I t,nthte, ab........... 4 I a I S o lannecry, J............ 4 0o I o o Ianiis% ab............... 4 o a so a I IIanlcy, c............. 4 3 a 1 0 o \W edl, n ............... 4 o a 4 3 0 Anderson, c............ 3 o 1 3 oa hrea, if................. 4 0 0 a 0 1 hlfly, rf ............. 4 o a a a0 I.undbohmn, P......... 4 0o o 3 0 rotals............35.... a it 24 2I 3 Score by innings: It Iake........... o 0 0 0o 0 -a I:ltttte ............ 3 a a0 a 3 1 x-is Summary: Earned runs-Salt Lake, s; Butte, ,. Sacrifice hit--McKevitt. Stolen bases \\'nrd, s. Two bane hits--Shaffer a, Dowling 1, Weed. Ilascs on balls-Ofi Lundbohm, 1. I oubhlc plays-Weed to Donohue to Dlavis; IRavis, unassisted; Kelly to Davis; Runkle to Wa\\'rd to Shaffer. Wild pitches-By Lund. .thm, a. First base on errors-Salt Lake, a; I:utte, a. Three-base hits--lMcKevitt, Wilmot, liellale. Struck out-Ily Lundbohm, a; by howling, a. Left on bases-Salt Lake, 8; tlutte, 5. Ilit by pitcher-By Lundbohm, a; Iy Iowling, I. Time of game-One hour and _- minutes. Attendance-Soo. Umnpire-llus tou. Weather-Fair. HOW THEY STAND Pacifio Northwest League. Played. Won. Lost. r.Ct. 1.t. Angile........... 98 61 37 .63a lti1e ........ ...... 96 59 37 .615 Spokane ............... 56 42 71 Scattlr............. 97 51 46 .52s Sun Francisco........ 99 51 48 .53S Tacoma............... 97 41 56 .423 lrlena............... 93 37 56 .396 Salt Lake............ 33 o 23 .3o03 National League. Played. Won. Lost. P.Ct. Pittburg................ 90 59 3 .656 Clhirago............... 93 56 37 .6o3 New York........... 86 5o 36 .58s Cincinnati............ 9o 47 43 .522 Itrooklyn ............. 4 42 4 .5oo Ilolton.............. So 32 48 .400 St. L.,ui............. 91 33 58 .363 I'hiladelphia.......... 6 3s 55 .360 American League. Played. Won. Lost. 1'.Ct. Ito, ton................... 88 55 33 .625 I'hila;lcl phia.......... 88 53 35 .602 NSw Y'crk........... 83 43 40 .518 (leveland............ 89 46 43 .506 Ilotrlt,............... 82 41 41 .500 St. I.ouis............. 87 40 47 .460 ( hicalig,............. 88 40 48 .455 ah,illngtun........... Pg ag 60 3..6 HELENA AND SEATTLE PLAY A CLOSE GAME BY ASSOCIATED PR.SS. Seattle, Aug. 7.-Both Thompson and Ml Carthy pitched winning ball yesterday. Smith hit a runner while trying for a :,t-out at third, and his error lost the gume for Seattle. Score: R. H. E. Sc;tt'.e .... . I 1 o o o o o o-a 6 1 lclcina .....o o o o 3 o o-3 8 5 Batteries - McCarthy and Hurley; ThompsOn and Carisch. Umpire-Colgan. WILLIE HOGG IS HIT HARD AND OFTEN SY ASBOCIATED PRESS. Spokane, Wash., Aug. 7.-Spokane was unable to hit Leitman yesterday when hits meant runs. Hogg was hit early and oflen. McCarthy has been suspended for a week and fined $so for his action in as iaulting Warner. Attendance 985. Score: R. H. E. Spok;ne ....O o O oo I oo 0-- 8 a 'Frisco ..... 2 o0 1 o0 -5 a Ilatteries-H-logg and Hensen; Leitman andl Zearfoss. LOUCKS IS A MYSTERY TO LOS ANGELES TEAM BY AbSOC'IATED PRESI,. l'acona, Wash., Aug. 7.-l.os Angeles c ll 11 not solve l.oucks' delivery yester day until the ninth, when four short singles, aided by a gift, resulted in three ulns. The fielding of the locals was clean throughout. I.oucks struck out si of the A.ncls. Johnson was generous with gifts uan walked eight men and was hit hard in lpots. Score: R. H. E. I.o,, Anglcles.o o o o o o o o 3-3 9 '::comla .... 0 00 3 3o0 x--8 !I o Ilatteries-Johnson and Hildebrand; l.uucks and d Byers. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Portland 2; Sacramento 0. I'ortland, Aug. 7.--Score: RIt E I'lrlnd...... 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 o X-a 5 a acrrm;ltliento... 0 0 0 o0 0 0 0 0 o- 6 I lliatteri.cs-Iutler and \'igncux; Thomas and oahmin. Lmpire-Levy. Seattle 5; San Francisco 7. tilattlc, Aug. 7.-Score: RI II E .altilt............ o o o o 3 3o o-5 4 4 Fr. c,. ........... 0 0 0 3 2 a-7 9 3 Ilatteries-Garrick and \\'ilson; lberg and Klly. - Oakland 2; Los Angeles 1. San Francisco, Aug. 7.-Score: 1t II E (lanklndl...... ooooo0 oooooo 0 -- 9 l.(i Angeles. o0o o oo o0 o o-I s5 tlatteries-Cooper and Lohman; Corbett and AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 3; Philadelphia 4. Philadelphia, Aug. 7.-Score: R HI E Ilu ton .................................. 3 3 0 Pililadelphia..................4 U - Look Alike ,Taste Alike Cost Alike The makers keep the quality up, The quality keeps the price up. 5c The Lrgest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. Us MN Is TUe smeern PNT$$TNNI.lll flatteries-Young and Criser; Bender and Schreck. Washington 0; New York 4. Washington, Aug. 7.-Score: R II - UWashin ton............................ o 3 New York .... ................ 4 9 t Batteries-Wilson and Kittredge; Tannehill and O'Connor. Chicago 5; St. Louis 1. Chicago, Aug. 7.-Score: R It E Chicago ........................... St. Loui ................................s 7 a Batteries--White and Slattery; Sicvers and Kahoe. Cleveland 6: Detroit 7. Cleveland, Aug. 7.-Score: R II E Cleveland........................... 6 so a Detroit............................... t7 6 4 Batteries-Pearson and Bemis; Donovan and MlcGuire. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 3; Cincinnati 5. St. Louis, Aug. 7.-Score: R II EI St. Louis ...............................*3 to Cincinnati.............................. s sI a Batteries-Brown and Ryan; Hahn and Peits. Umpire-O'Day. MAHAFFEY STEPS DOWN AND OUT BY ASSOCIATED PRISS. Tacoma, Aug. 7.-Bobby Carruthers, a well-known big league umpire, who was with Ban Johnson until a few weeks ago, arrived here yesterday and will replace Mahaffey on President Lucas' staff. It will be remembered that Mr. Ma haffey is the gentleman who fined three of Butte's players, several days after the game had been played. When the men re fused to pay the fine, President Lucas ruled that they could not play. A game was forfeited to Spokane and Manager Wilmot was fined $too. and a penalty of $2oo was imposed on the Butte team. The fines of the players were paid under protest. It is to be hoped that Carruthers will do as well as Mahaffey. It's a cinch that he could do no worse. Cricketers Are Banqueted. SY ASSOCIATED parlS. London, Aug. 7.-The Surrey club of New York banqueted the Philadelphia cricket team at Kensington oval. Lord Alverstone, presi dent of the club, occupied the chair and in a speech highly complimented the visitors on their splendid play and the strides they had made since their first visit. lie expressed the hope that he will live to see the day when they shall meet the pick of England in test matches. -L the Australians now do. Makes Long Trip. sY ASSOCIATED PRIKSS. Portland, Aug. 7.-Dr. Millbank Johnson of Los Angeles, president of the Southern Call. fornia Automobile club, arrived in Portland yesterday in an auto car from California. lie is the first man that ever made this trip in an automobile. AB@C* HEM/MIAK Pure,. Pie ad i n. tl Oa aU de 1S eweryl t edus. Order from D. ealllsls field Day of Montana l[ks First annual meeting of the State Association of Elks' lodges Butte, August 13 and 14. Reduced rates on all railroads for everybody. One fare and a third for round trip. Tickets on sale August aj and s3, good returning August M6. Children half fare. Come to Butte and Have a Good Time The Elks are prepared to make it pleasant for you. Fine program for your entertainment. It will include: Thursday, io a. m.-Grand parade of local and visiting lodges. Thursday, 3 p. m.--Baseball game at Columbia Gardens, between Butte and Helena, for the state championship cup. Thursday, 8 p. m.-Elks' minstt el show at the Broadway theater, by the famous Anaconda troupe. Friday, to a. m.-Business meeting of the State Association at the Broad way theater. Friday, i p. m. and all afternoon-Open house and social session at ite Elks' hall. Friday, 9 p. n.-Grand state ball at Columbia Gardens. Prizes for Contests: For lodge having greatest number of members in line, $So. For lodge making best appearance in parade, $50. For best decorated business house, $so; second prize, SaS. Butte lodge and Elks barred from all contests. Everybody, whether Elk or not, invited to come' to Butte, and will be made welcome. CHALLENGER WINS ANOTHER VICTORY OUTSAILS THE OLD SHAMROCK IN A 20-MILE RACE OFF SCOT. LAND LIGHTSHIP. 5Y ASSOCIATED PRESS. Atlantic Highlands, N. J., Aug. 7.. Twenty-two and a half minutes in a sjo mile race, which occupied a little more than three hours in the sea, was the beat ing administered to the Shamrock I. by Sir Thomas Lipton's new cup challenger yesterday. No shift of wind or calm helped or hin dered either boat. The challenger's vic tory was without a flaw. An overcast sky, with threatening rain, induced Mr. Fife to limit the course to ao miles, a beat of zo miles south-southeast from Scotland lightship and return. To avoid another blanketing by the chal lenger, the Shamrock I. feigned a start. Running from windward to the starting line, she shaped a course alongside of the new boat as the latter crossed the line. A minute later she put about, returning to the line, and made a new start. The starting time of two minutes had elapsed before she got away, and she was handicapped eight seconds. The Shamrock III. led by z minute and 42 seconds when they started to beat out the mark. The boats went off on different tacks, but the Shamrock Ill. soon tacked and both headed eastward. The challenger quickly demonstrated that it was the kind of weather in which she was at her best. The old boat hardly gave her a race. At a :ce, when they made the first tack together, Shamrock III. had won the race, After that the only question was as to the number of minutes. At 12:2a the challenger crossed the bow of the old-timer half a mile to the wind ward of her and after short tacks turned the mark half an hour later with a lead of i9 minutes 44 seconds. On the way back both yachts carried spinnakers part way; whed wind hauling they smothered them and ran under bal loon jib topsails. The Shamrock III. gained steadily, add ing 4 minutes and 28 seconds to her ad vantage, and when she finished the old boat was more than two miles away. Guests of Sir Thomas Lipton on the Erin today were Lieutenant General and Mrs. Miles., Colgate Hoyt and officials of the New York city police and health de partments. Major Taylor Wins. vY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Paris, Aug. y.--Major Taylor last night woe the final International Criterium Circles after a fine struggle.