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S ALT 'TmBVKL. Tnncm&TA3T' MOKNXNTG, JTOTK 9. 1904. 7 H
eftip Elders Beat I HTDI t FT1T I Slats Davis Makes I nypq I Indians Down I
'LJl!lj!j I IIDJ1C L-!?!!l? 3 KD IV 1 J Butte Miners j
hompson's Curves Not
; Bard to Solve.
hflints Play Errorless Gall
!and Bat Like
ef Meredith Holds the Infants
Down to Seven Scattered
ICIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. p.c.
( 21 15- .&S3
mo 21 15 .5S3
! .13 19 .407,
Lake 13 19 .-JOT
i Lako 13, Boiso 3.
tc 6, Spokane -1.
ofci Today's Games.
V$H Bo,!,c at Salt Lake.
-SDokane at Butte
flMLlN'S Elders celebrated their
home-coming In right royal stylo
yesterday afternoon by trimming the
McCloskoy delegation to the tune of
o 3. Heavy hitting and brilliant field
upon the part of the Saints did the
jjilnesg. Thompson, the Idaho slab art
'J it, was rapped Just 14 times, and nearly
?M ?ery hit meant a run. Elmer Meredith
Ajl itched a splendid game for thr local?, al
rilJi iwlng but seven hits. Ho was given gilt
1 ujMgcd support, not an error bIng chalked
ffineainst tho Elders during tho game.
nMlDcsplte the size of the score, yesterday's
jjjjjkrne was a good one to look at and was
jjjWfast exhibition of the national pastime.
Ulnc fact that Salt Lake piled up 13 tallies
'tp'es not mean that tho Infants wore
Vyfcllty of any loose playing. Heavy stick
r;sIfl lJ tlie Mormons brought In the ma.
:wji "rity of the runs. Only one man received
frce pass and only two errors aro
3.D! tialked up against the visitors.
js j Seven Buns in One Inning.
Savon of tho thirteen runs were secured
:$ ifthe eighth Inning. "Dad" Glmlln drove
'JXfjffhot one down to O'Connell, but was
fil&own out at firsL Clark was hit on tho
dot Am and walked Hausen followed with a
etty single that placed Clark at third.
j7e ex-Lobster having pilfered tho second
jBDclmas rapped the horsehldo over scc
'i0 tid base for two sacks and both runners
iJYEorcd. Bruyette added a single, and
j- Jro(ntn walked. With tho bases full,
- Muller lined out a safe on to right field
Utfat added two moie scorbs. Hnnnlvan
'jJVjmlicd to locate tho ball and retired after
KFred Weed landed on ono of Thompson's
Ml jbc ones for a donble-sacker, on which
-i eredlth and Muller galloped In. Glmlln
t safely for one base, but tried to stretch
' Urito a double, and perished. Meanwhile
reed came home with the seventh run
ijj "ring this Inning
zl Three more of the Saints' tallies came In
ie first Inning. Babbitt's error, coupled
irtjl ith a double by Glmlln and a single from
'ausen'a bat, lot in three runners.
s F Infants Tried in Vtiin.
v)j fn the second Inning McCloskey's crowd
; de a bid, but fell short with the sacka
'' lied. Elacy singled, Meredith walked
fl . )th Houtz and Babbitt, and things looked
Lthor dark for the Saints. Kellackoy pcr
.' bed on a high fly to Glmlln, Elsey scor
Jfcl iff after tho ball was caught. Thompson
' vjing hard, but went out on a pop-up to
ruyette, and the trouble was ended, for
) IP 'cKovltt had previously struck out.
In the sixth both teams took a turn at
lorlng. Three hits by tho Boise aggroga
3 Dn netted two runs, one of the runners
yu wring on a caught fly.
:fi An error by Flannery started the fun for
S t'e localH. Weed pushed a fairly fast one
'FJann," but tho Boise fielder mado a
Pr stop. His throw to llrst was not
rilHph. better, and Weed reached tho bag In
I'ljlty. Glmlln singled and Clark knocked
dilr n's Hsu'1' two-sackcr, scoring Weed,
jimusen secured a safe ono, and Father
5jijm contered home. Delmaa made a sac
rifice, and a third runner camo homo. The
'xt two men perished and the aido rc-
jt ij w.'Rasty" Wright and Strong, a new man
wi'1'' tried out by Glmlln, officiated aa
'Ph-os McCarthy could not be found,
't'.im' ho ,8 believed to havo gone to Call
ttiflvnla. IBbout &C0 fans were present, Including a
vaBjall delegation of Boise rooters,
('following Is the dolalled score:
YW f'Ali. R. H. PO. A. E.
Uavcr cf ;.. l 0 0 3 2 0
Connell, 2b 4 0 0 13 0
annery, 2b i l l i i i
pKevltt, rf 4 1 2 1 0 0
tOVf Bey, lb 4 1 3 C 0 0
1 u,1?' lf 3 0 1 3 0 0
i lTltt aa 3 0 0 1 0 1
,A ellackcy, c 1 0 0 S 0 0
Llffl Jomr-son, p 4 0 1 0 3 0
"j rTolal 34 3 8 24 0 2
J SA.LT LAKE.
,7flJ t AB. 11. II. PO. A. E.
I0 Ullcr, If 5 2 1 2 0 0
,? innivan, cf 4 0 0 3 0 0
ce,c' 3b 5 3 112 0
mlln, rf.. 0 2 3 2 0 0
lb 3 2 19 0 0
Br luaen. c -1 1 3 5 0 0
.ft ;lmas. 2b 3 1 1 3 r, 0
$1 "uyette, ss 4 1 2 2 2 0
eredlth. p 2 1 2 0 0 0
M A-Total 05 13 II 27 10 "o
al lR,corQ by innings
JB8t'. 0 100020003
rtmR ko 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 -13
H1' -arnejl runa, Bolae 2, Salt Lake 8. Sac
nUe. Hannlvan. Delmas, Meredith.
ifftfB011 bases, Clark. Hauson. Bruyctte.
Wea on balls, off Meredith 2, Thompson
jMKTw-baso hits, Weed. Glmlln, Clark.
5"iifMFm?s. fJeredlth. Thrce-bnso hit. Houtz.
MuvWV,, Dlaya. Dolmas to Clark. Weaver to
it SiCkoy' .Hlt y Pitched ball, Clark.
(ifii'lfcki0i,t;.bv Meredith 5, by Thompson 7.
r?9eT,bal.lB Kollacky 2. Time' of game,
itflMrPK?-! Ump,lres. Wright and Strong. At-
WIGGS WILL PITCH
FOR 0GDEN SUNDAY
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Utah, Juno 8. There will be a
baseball gamo noxt Sunday between tho
Oregon Short Lino team of Salt Lake and
the Ogden team of tho Utah-Wyoming
league. Tho gamo will be played at Glen
wood flnld at 3:30 In the afternoon, and
Jimmy Wlggs of tho Salt Lake team will
do the twirling for Ogden.
Standing- of the Clubs.
isow ork K......23 13 .6S3
Chicago . 27 13 . 675
Cincinnati 20 15 .9
Plttaburg 21 18 .53.S
Brooklyn is 2.; .m
St. Louis 19 20 ,3SS
Boston ig 21 .400
Philadelphia 3 30 .212
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Pittsburg at New York.
Boston, 6; Cincinnati, 5.
BOSTON, June 8. Boston won an extra-Inning
game today by bunching hits
with Cincinnati's mlsplays, after loose
fielding had apparently given tho visitors
a safe lead. Willis was very wild and
pave a run by a balk. Attendance 1900.
R- H. E.
Boston 000 030 110 16 14 4
Cincinnati .... 001 210 010 0-5 7 4
Batteries Willis and Needham; Elliott,
Kellum and Schlci. Two-base hits. Need
ham, Abbatchlo; home run, Elliott; bases
on balls, off Elliott 3. oft Kellum 1, off
Willis 0; struck out, by PJlliott 3, bv Kel
lum 1, by Willis 4. Umpire Johnstone.
Philadelphia, 4; St Louis, 3.
PHILADELPHIA. June 8. Eraser's
steady work and timely hitting bu Lush
enabled Philadelphia to defeat St Louis
today. Corbott was well supported, but
his lack of control was costly, three of
the four passes resulting In runa Attend
ance, 1300. Score:
R. H. E.
St. Louis 100 010 0103 S 0
Philadelphia... 011 020 00 4 S 1
Batteries Corbett and Grady: Eraser
and Dooin. Two-base hits Grady, Shay,
Farrell. Brain; struck out, by Eraser 4,
by Corbett 5. Umpire Moran.
Brooklyn, 5; Chicago, 1.
BROOKLYN. June 8. By defeating Chi
cago in today's game at Brooklyn, Han
Ion's men helped the New Yorks to llrat
placo In the pennant race. Tho locals
played an errorless game, while Poole
kept the hits of the visitors well scat
tered. Attendance, 2000. Score;
R- II. E.
Chicago 100 000 0001 S 2
Brooklyn 220 000 10-5 9 0
Batteries Wicker, Brown and Kllng;
Poole and Bergen. Two-base hit. Slagle;
thrcc-baso hits. Lumloy, Jacklltsch; bases
on balls, off Wicker 2, off Brown 2. off
Poolo 3: struck out. by Brown 3, by Poole
4. Umpire Zlmmcr.
New York, 3; Pittsburg-, O.
NEW YORK, Juno 8. Although New
York made only three hits o Phlllppl, the
locals shut out the Pittsburg team. Mc
Glnnlty was well supported and Bower
man's timely hits wore responsible for
placing McGraw's men once more ahead.
Attendance, 5000. Score:
R. IL E.
Pittsburg (00 000 00O-O 7 4
New York 100 001 001-3 3 1
Batteries Phlllppl and Phelps; McGln
nlty and Warner. Bases on balls, "off Mc
Glnnlty 2, off Phlllppl 1: struck out, by
McGinnlty 1 by Phlllppl 6. Umpires
Emsllo and O'Dav
Standing o the Clubs.
W. L. P.C
Boston 29 13 .00
New York 24 16 .C00
Chicago 25 19 .GCS
Cleveland , 21 17 .652
Philadelphia 22 19 .536
St. Louis 20 19 .613
Detroit 14 26 .3S0
Washington 7 33 .175
Boston at Detroit.
New York at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
St. Louis, 12; Washington, O.
ST. LOUIS. June 8. The St. Louis
Americans defeated the Washington team
hero today. Glade, who twirled for the
locals, was Invincible and allowed only
two hits. Only one of the visitors reached
third base. Attendance, 3200. Score;
R. II. E.
St Louis 141 400 02 12 10 0
Washington 000 W0 000- 0 2 3
Batteries Glado and Sugden, Townscnd
Cleveland, 1; New York 4.
CLEVELAND. O., June 8. Powell had
Clovcland at his mercy today, only three
Clevclandcrs reaching flrBt baac, his sup
port being perfect. Clov.oland's only run
was secured on tho onlv base on balls of
tho game and Hickman's two-bagger. At
tendance, 3200. Score:
R. II. E.
Cleveland 010 000 0001 2 2
New York 130 COO 000-4 11 0
Batteries Donahue and Abbott, Powell
Detroit, 3; Boston, 2.
DETROIT, Juno 8. Detroit won a good
garno from tho Bostons today. Gibson
was wild and was hit so freely that he
gave way after two lnnlnga. Winter
pitched well, but Boston could not hit
Mullln after the second inning. Attend
ance., 1000. Spore: r H E
Detroit 210 000 00 3 9 i
Boston 020 000 000-2 0 0
Batteries Mullln and Buelow; Gibson,
Winter and Crlger. .
Chicago, 8; Philadelphia, 2.
CHICAGO. Juno S. The features of to
day's gamo were the great number of as
sists made by tho visitors and thulr four
double plays, one of them probably a rec
ord, being handled by seven fielders. At
tendance, 1S00. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 010 124 00 8 10 0
Philadelphia 110 000 0002 6 7
Batteries Owen and Sullivan; Plank,
Barthold and Powoll.
American Association Games.
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 4, St.
At Toledo Toledo-Minneapolis gamo
pofllpor.ed. wet grounds.
At Columbus Columbus 9, Milwaukee 2.
At Louisville Loulsvlllo 5. Kansas City 1.
Some elegant new decorations Just
received. We are up to date with our
orders. Our workmen are always the
best, including paint and painters.
. -VW. A. DUVALL,
Phone 114G K, -12i W. Second South. .
Reilly and Flyiin Willi
Go Tweaty-Roimd Bout
AT THE LEFT STANDS TOMMY REILLY; AT THE RIGHT JIMMY FLYNN. "
i From a photograph taken especially for The Tribune. 2"
At the tap of the timekeeper's gong tonight, Tommy Reilly of San Francisco and Jimmy Flynn of Colorado
4- will toe the scratch for a twenty-round bout, that ought to bo one of the fiercest mills that has ever been pulled --
off in this city. For weeks past both men have been training faithfully in anticipation of the go, and indica- --
T tlons are that those who attend will see a good light. Both men are boxers of considerable reputation, and as ""
T they appear to be very evenly matched, a good contest should result.
. According to the agreements, the men will weigh in at 158 pounds at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Each man
4- has posted a forfeit to do this weightand reports from the training camps Indicate that neither one will exper- X
f lence any difliculty on the scales. Reilly has been down to the limit for several days past and Flynn promises
that he will be there as fit as the proverbial fiddle.
T The referee has not yet been selected. Both fighters agreed to select some responsible fighting man at the "
4 ringside to act in this capacity. Willard Bean has been suggested, and it is possible that Bean may do the 1
honors, although nothing has been decided In the matter as yet "
Preliminary to the main event, "Young Tox." of Pueblo and "Freckles" O'Brien of New Orleans will go eight -f
T rounds to a decision. This event ought to be an excellent curtain-raiser, as the principals are pretty clever little T
T fellows. O'Brien has twice met Terrible Terry" McGovern and once put th e Brooklyn scrapper down for the
. count. He is an old-timer In the light game and has met several of the fastest bantams in the business.
4- "Young Tex." is comparatively an unknown. He came to this city from Colorado, where he made short work --
t of all the little fellows that he met. The lad is thought by many to be a comer and several of the "wise ones"
have planked down their coin that he will trim "Freckles."
T The match is under the management of Miles Fisher. This Is Fisher's first move In the fight line In this ""
x. city, and he is anxious to make good. He has spared no effort to put on a first-clas3 show, and barring an ac- I"
4- cident tonight's light should be one of the best ever held In Salt Lake. The preliminaries start at 8:30 p. m.
t UIIIH IIIMII H 4-KH-t-4H-W I I K I H I I H I) t H I 1 f H--H IMI IHMIIMttt
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
San Francisco, 1; Oakland, 3.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 8. The homo
team mado two hits against Buchanan in
tho opening Inning today and that was
tho extent of their scoring, as the Oakland
man never gave another opportunity to,
send a man around tho circuit. Lucky
1-nnchlng of hits gavo tho Oaklands their
R. II. E.
San Francisco 100 000 000 1 7 2
Oakland 100 000 110-3 9 2
Batteries Jones and Leahy; Buchanan
Seattle, 11; Tacoma, 1,
SEATTLE, June S. Seattle won today's
game easily, hitting Overall for live sin
gles and a double In the secend Inning.
Williams was very steady and kopt tho
hits well scattered. Score:
R. II. E.
Seattle 270 200 00 11 14 1
Tacoma 000 001 000 1 12 2
Batteries Williams and Wilson: Over
all, St. Yrain and Graham.
Los Angeles, 4; Portland, 2.
LOS ANGELES, June 8. Butler for
Portland held tho Champions down today
until the eighth Inning, when he let up,
struck a batter and was lift for two dou
bles and two singles, resulting in four
runs. Portland secured eight hits ofC
Gray, but were unable to bunch them.
R. 31. E.
Los Angeles 000 00-3 01 1 9 2
Portland 002 00-3 C00-2 8 2
Batteries Gray and Spies; Bullor and
Colorado Springs, 10; Des Moines, 2,
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo , Juno 8.
Colorado Springs mado It three straight
from Des Molnca and took tho last gamo
of tho series by a score of 10 to 2, The
Millionaires baited tho ball all over the
field and won as they pleased. Score:
R. II. E.
Colorado Springs 021 001 30 10 11 2
Des Moines 100 100 000 2 8 2
Batteries McNeeloy and Bocrwald; Lio
llcld and G. Clark.
Rain Prevents Game.
DENVER. Juno 8. Denver-Omaha
gumo postponed; wot grounds.
I McCoy'a livery 'stable for carriages I
and light livery. Telephone SL
Ed Strong, nn outfielder who played last
year In tho New England league, is being
tried out by Manager Glmlln. Strong is a
likely-looking youth, who may develop
Into a cracking good ball-tosser. This is
his second season among , professionals
and from his work In practice It would not
bo surprising to see him signed up.
"Rasly" Wright." McCloskey's star
twlrler. Is suffering from a badly bruised
right hand. Two knuckles on Wright's
salary mitt wero displaced by a batted
ball some days ago and the member has
swollen to such a size that the big pitcher
can scarcely handle a ball.
Umpire McCarthy has disappeared. It
is not known whore, when or how hla de
I arturc was taken, but the missing umpire
could not be located yesterday afternoon
with a search warrant, had one been Is
sued. President Lucas has tho pleasant
outy before him of selecting a teammate
for "Slats" Davis, who was recently ap
pointed to succeed J. Pock Sharp Dick
Richards has been mentioned and It la
not unlikely that Richards will land tho
Job, If he wants It. He has had much ex
perience and ought to give satisfaction.
"Iloce-Run" Marshall of tho Boise team
Ih now confined to a hospital with an at
tack of typhoid-malarial fever. Marshall
was taken 111 Just before the Bolao team
left Butto and has been out of tho gamo
ever since. His presence Is greatly missed,
for Marshall was ono of the stars of tho
"Rasly" Wright will endeavor to pilch
for tho Infants today, and Esslck will
probably perform for tho Saints.
Hugh Kellackoy, the former Salt Lako
llrat baseman, was behind tho bat for
Boise yesterday afternoon. "Kellack"
caught a fairly good game, allowing but
three stolen baacs. However, ho missed
two balls that should havo been stopped.
Baseball tickets for sale at LaVelle's,
10 West Second South.
OGDEN AND RETURN $1.00
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
Special train leaves Salt Lake at 10
a. m., returning leave Ogden 9:30 p. m.
Grand outing In Ogden Canyon, Trout
and chicken dinners at the Hermitage.
Refreshments served free on train.
; Captain Wild
lot io lis Room
Well-Known Army ' Officer Meets
Death From a Gunshot Wound
in the Breast.
SAN FRANCISCO, June S. Capt.
Frederick S. Wild, commissary of
the Thirteenth United States in
fantry, was shot last night in his
room at Fort McDowell, Angell Island,
and died almost immediately. He had
attended a meeting of a military club
earlier in tho evening and upon return
ing to his quarters, his servant pre
pared a light repast for him, of which
he partook sparingly. He then made
preparations to retire and his servant
left the room. A few minutes late a
shot was heard and Capt. Wild was
found lying upon tho Moor, partly un
dressed, with a bullet wound In his left
breast. The officers at the post explain
his death as nn accident and say his
revolver evidently dropped from the
mantel and exploded. Newspaper re
porters were not permitted to make any
Capt. Wild was a graduate of the
army school at Fort Leavenworth. He
was born November 4, 1863, and entered
the army in 1SS7 as a private. Two
years later he was a non-commlssloned
officer, and in 1S97 gained tho rank of
first lieutenant. Ho was promoted to
his captaincy In 1S99.
To Ogden, Sunday, June 12.
Via D. .fc R. G. R. R, Special train
leaves Salt, Lake 10 a. m Returning
leaves Ogden 9 "30 p. m. A splondld op
portunity to see the beautiful Ogden
Canyon. Trout and chicken dinners
at the Hermitage. Refreshments on
train. Don't miss ltf
CLIFFORD AND LONG
TO FIGHT AT BUTTE
Jack Clifford and LouIb Long have
been matched to fight a preliminary to
the Herrera-Yanger fight at Butte on
Monday next. Miners' Union day. Mon
tana sports are manifesting great in
terest in the main bout, which promises
to be one of the best ever pulled off
in the Smoky City. Yanger is the fa
vorite in the betting, but the Mexican
has a number of followers who will
back him at even money.
The winner of the Yanger-Herrera
battle has been promised a. go with
Young Corbott at San Francisco In August.
Summary at Latonia.
CINCINNATI, Juno 8. Latonia eum-1
' First race, alx furlongs Bonnlo Mary
won. Flora second, Maid of Tho Ordor
third. Time. 1:15.
Second race, mile D. L, Mooro won, Lo
cust Blossom second, Antolea third, Tlmo,
Third race, five furlongs Monaco Maid
won, Darthlo second, Gatcn third. Time,
Fourth race, mile and a slxtoenth, han
dicap Handmoor won, Sir Gallant sec
ond, Dolmonlco third. Tlmo, 1:47.
Fifth race, steeplechase, short course
Volantlnc won, Rip second, Faraday, Jr.,
third. Time, 3:0-1.
Sixth race, six and a half furlongs Mr.
Farnvim won, Lulu Marr second. Grand
Mary third. Time. 1:21.
ST. LOUIS. June 8 Dolmar summary:
FlrBt race, six furlongs, selling Urani
um won, Ethel Davis second, Tribes third.
Second race, four and a half furlongs,
Kelllng Dcgramont won. Willow Dcno sec
end. Garrett Wilson third. Time, 5S sec
onds. Third race, sevon furlongs, purse Just
So won. Footlights' Favorite second, Fore
hand third. Tlmo. 1:314.
Fourth race, mile and seventy yards,
handicap Taby Toaa won, Luclan second,
Dan McKonna third, Time, 1:50.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling Jake
Ward won, Lady Contrary second, Clover
ton third. Time. 1:18.
Sixth race, mile and twenty yards, Bell
ing Pathos won, Dawson second, Sting
third. Time. 1:47.
Results at Garvesend.
NEW YORK, Juno 8. Gravesend sum
mary: First race, selling, about six furlongs
Bardolph won, Ascension second. King
Pepper third. Time, 1:12 1-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Gilpin won, Knight of Pearl second, Jerry
C. third. Time. 1.113-5.
Third race, handicap, mile and a fur
longAudience won, Andy Williams sec
ond. Himself third. Time, 1:58.
Fourth race, Clover stakes, five fur
longs Chrylstis won, Czaraphlne socond,
Incantation third. Time. 1:02 4-5.
Fifth race, selling, mllo and sixteenth
Stuyve won, Charles Elwood second, Ro
velllo third. Time, 1:512-5.
Sixth raco, mllo and a sixteenth Brook
lynlte won, Toprlght cecond, Nlc Long
worth third. Time. 1.54.
Results at Harlem.
CHICAGO, June S. Harlem summary:
First race, live furlongs Swedish Lad
won, Tennyburn second, Butwell third.
Time. 1:03 3-5.
Second raco, steeplechase, short course
Leo Plant won, Itacatlara second. Golden
Link third. Time. 3:35 3-5.
Third race, four and a half furlongs
Broadway Girl won, Boll Ashland second,
Seasick third Time, 65 seconds.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth Ma
harlb won, Miss Crawford second, Prince
Silver Wings third. Time, 1:49
Fifth race, bIx furlongs Tho Crisis won,
Amorlcan second, Sad Sam third. Time,
Sixth race, mile and a quarter Tancred
won, Banter second, Harrison third. Time,
Wonderful Run at Billiards.
PARIS. June S. The scoro nt the end of
tho third round In tho Schaefor-Curo bil
liard match for 3000 points, eighteen-lnch
balk line, tonight was: Cure, 1500; Schae
fer. 1450. Cure beat tho record in a match
of thl6 class by a run of 225.
THE K0LITZ SPECIAL
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
To Ogden and return. Fare $1. Leave
Salt Lake 10 a. m. Returning leave
Ogden 9.30 p. m. The Kolltz excursions
are becoming Ted letter days for those
who enjoy a nice family outing.
AT THE HOTELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at tho Cullen wore:
H. E. River. Chicago, G. Johnson, A. C.
Riser, Klmborly; George Smith, Park
City; B. N. C. Statt. Eureka; William Mc
Neill, Klmborly; C S Six, Payson; R. A.
Ranaon, Denver; A. Anderson. Bingham;
A. Bevan, Tooele; W. R, McCulla. Hastings-
IL G. Thuham, Wartaburg, Waah.:
A. Robinson. Woodrive: J. P. Bush and
children J. D. Calf, Brlgham City; Lulla
Bates, Provo; Charles G. Wing and wlfo,
Brooklyn, N. Y.; S. W. Tato and wlfo,
Memphis, Tenn.; George T. Hocking, L.
Englehausen, Bingham; C. L. Hoffman, A.
Mannin. San Francisco; E. Walton, New
York; E. W. Rudlorf. wife and sister,
Minneapolis; M. W Brlmhall, Canada: E.
L. Thompson. Denver; A. H. Looser. Bal
timore, Md ; M. Sullivan, Portland, Or.; J.
E. Caldwell and wlfo, Wichita, Kan;
James Kearns, M. J. Connolly, A. D. Sly,
Logan; C. II. Beam, Pueblo.
Dividing Up an Estate.
BUTTE, Mont., June 8. Referee L.
P. Forestell has ordered partial distri
bution In the estate of Christian Niss
ler, deceased. There will be about $200,
000 distributed among eight heirs, those
benefited being Christian. Nissler, Louis
NIssler Jahrelas, Mabel Nissler, Maude
Nissler, Carl Nissler, Doris Nissler,
Grover Nissler and Christine Nissler.
THE SALT LAKE LODGE OF
Have chosen THE SAN PEDRO LINE
as the official route to PROVO DURING
The fire department was callod out
about midnight by a fire in a one-story
boarding-house at the corner of Sixth
West and Second South streets. The
building was owned by James Hegney.
The origin of the flro could not be
learned. The loss was only nominal.
LONDON, June S, Formal announce
ment that a marriage has been arranged
between Edward Perclval Clarke, son of
Sir Edward Clarke, IC C, and Miss Norma
Whalley, tho aotross who recently received
a diyorxQja NewYorlt,
INDIANS DOWT I
THE MINERS I
Win First km Series I
if Me' I
Copper City Handicapptd by H
Third Baseman Who (VI ad 9 H
"Slats" Davis Now Handing- Out De
clsions as Umpire, Was Sub
ject of STuch Kicking.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BUTTE, Mont, June S. Tho Miners,
handicapped by Cook on third base.
lost the first game of the scries to
the Indians by a score of 6 to 4 jH
Cook's error in tho fifth failed to retire
tho visitors, and with two men on bascA
Reilly walloped a three-bagger, and com
ing In himself, tallied four runs, while
Spokano earned none. Ward contributed
two errors that wero costly, and Shaffer
and Runklc one each that did no damage.
Howlctt, with two, and Murdock and
Dammann ono each, tallied In the erro;
column for the visitors.
With Quick on first, Wllmot sent the
ball over tho right field fenco close to a
line for a home run. Rcllly's three-bagge
was the only other long drive. Quick was
touched for eight hits and Dammann for
nine. Dammann's game was good and iH
Quick was all right, with tho exception o
the latter part of tho first Inning, when he
went in tho air.
Hard luck continues to bo the Miners
lot. Just as tho toam is rounding into
good form, something happens to throw IH
them back into the hospital class. Swln- IH
dells today was put out of the gamo in jH
the second lnningB with a split finger, ana
will bo on the Invalid Hat for a week o
ten days. A foul tip caught the nail of
tho middle finger of his right hand, rip
ping It clean to tho root. Spencer came in
from left field and was replaced by Ban
Tho game was snappy throughout, and
with tho new material expected to arrivr
by Manager Wllmot any day, Wilmot's jH
bunch will give tho visitors a hard chase jH
for a break even or better of tho series. fH
Today's game was practically a gift by
Cook, and with a new man on third an' iH
strength In tho pitcher's box, for which
Manager Wllmot has arranged, Rcllly's
aggregation will bo up against the kind
of ball that brought tho pennant to Butte
for two years
"Slats" Davie, after being released by
both Salt Lako and Spokane, Is now hand
lng out decisions. With Sharp, tho regu-
lar umpire, voluntarily out of the g.imt
here, and Flannory signed with Bolao, the jH
league was left short In this department jH
"Slats" will be remembered as first base- jH
man last year with Salt Lako, and as h
also made It so Interesting for former um- jH
plres, he himself was the subject of much
kicking and dissatisfaction today. Score.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E
Runkle, ss G 1 2 1 3 1
Wllmot rf 3 2 1 0 0 0
Ward. 2b 3 0 2 0 5 2
Shaffer, lb 3 0 0 15 1 1 'B
Bandclln, lf. 2 0 0 1 0
Swindells, a 1 0 0 2 0 n
Spcnoer. If. and c... 4 0 0 2 0 0
McHaJe, cf 4 0 3 10 0
Cook. 3b 4 0 0 1 1
Quick, p 4 1117 0
Totals 33 4 9 24 17 7 JM
AB. R. H. PO. A, E laVfll
Ferris, ss G 0 1 2 2 0
Carnoy. rf 5 1 1 2 0 o
Rockenflold, 2b 4 1 2 6 3 0
Fraray, c. 3 1 1 3 3
Reilly, 3b -11113 0
Holland, lb 4 1 1 S 0 0
Murdock, cf. 3 113 0 1
Howlett, lf. 3 0 0 1 0 V. jBVl
Dammann, p. 4 0 0 1 3 1 J
Totals 35 G 8 27 14 4
Score by Innings
Butte .....1 0002001 0-
Spokano 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 -C
Summary Earned runa Butto 3. Sacrl
flee hits Frary, Runkle. Stolen bases
Wllmot 2. Murdock 2, Holland 2, Spencer,
Ward, Howlett. Ferris. Homo run Wil
mot Thrcc-baae hit Rollly. Base on
balls Off Quick 3, off Damman 3. Struck
out By Quick 4. by Dammann 2. W1M
pitch Quick. First base on errors Butt"
1, Spokano 4. Left on bases Butto 9, Spo
kane 6. Tlmo of game 1:55. Umpire Da-
Travis Playing Poorly.
LONDON, Juno S. The contest for thf
open golf champlonahlp was started toda
at Sandwich in blustering weather. Ow
lng to the heavy entry only one round was H
played today. Walter J. Travis, tin
Amorlcan champion, alartod steadily, an'
went out In S9, but he did not show up to
?ood advantage In returning. Ills acor
or tho lull round was S3, which Is pooi VH
Travis drovo further than during th VJ
amateur champlonahlp contest but hlu H
putting waa Inferior
Thus far Thomeen, a professional, leadn
with a scoro of 75. jHKVJ
SALT LAKE TUS1F I