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Hii'li 14 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JULY 1, 1908, ;
I! . Baseball? Cyciing, Horse Racing
Iff fiO SPILLS OCCUR
II " ON MOCEI TRACK
lM ' Large Crowd Witnesses Races ;
jI Whittler Beats Turvillo
:! ? A largo crowd went to ilio bicyclo
L i races Tuesday uifiht at tho Salt Palace,
where some of thu best races of the scn-
; ' son wore pulled oil. Tliero was ono fa-
) j ' miliar face cussing as the men linod up
;y. at tho tape, that of N. C. llopper, who
A fir j lying at St. Marks hospital near
i''; L death's door, owinjj to a serious fall he
f I received in training Monday evening.
Yi The prettiest race of the evening was
i yl. the amateur fivo-milo lup race, which
t : brought out a grand finish, and which
J was liotly contested from the first lap
jji J on. The pace set was too hot for J. B.
t H Ifumo, who had to quit in tho fourth
n mile, and when ho dismounted ho said
V l( he thought he was a "dead one," but
j V I would try again. Twenty amateurs
Ju, f started in" this race, but thu bunch was
TpL f soon cut down and at the beginning of
I I tho fifth mile but cloven men remained
kl to fight it out for the finish. McCor-
ifl mack went to tho lead and tacked on
IS J to the first man that came around him.
hfi Throo laps from homo Lawrenco came
I'll. around the bunch liko a shot out of a
kin 1 cannon and was never headed. Dio-
I'lr fonhfifllior followed f.lnsti with Wrilfht
. and Giles coming up abreast on thu out-
l v. sido. McCormack, who, in tho shurlle
;f K had been forced to the rear, camo up
, ! around tho outside riding near the top
' rail and for a time it seemed as if ho
M ' would win tho race, but he did not start
? ' his sprint soon enough, although he
" & finished two lengths back of tho win-
('.""" nor.
It was tho first moot of tho season
' ' that has been held without a spill of
Ir some kind. Tho men rodo more carc-
w?A ful and would not take tho desporato
or. chances they usually do in going
R through on tho pole or forcing them-
Pi 1 1 solves between two riders whero thero
f v is no room.
p jIA F. A. McFarlnud easily won tho two-
M jfe milo handicap professional race, string-
P,l ! . ing out the entire field on tho last lap.
M't Downing beat out Viloox for soeoud
Lj J f place and Hollistcr taking fourth from
JM ; Samuelson. Four laps from homo JIol-
1)3 . lister was in tho lead, which ho tried to
( hold to tho finish, but found it too much. ;
Kxj f One by one the ridors went by. llo
Bjf finally hooked on to "Wilcox, whero he
m remained to the finish.
Whittler ran away from Clem Tur-
V j villo in tho five-milo motor match raco-
K j: in the fast time of 6:12 2-5, going at
Bf lr the rato of about lil-Pp to tho mile,
HU j ; although the second mile in the race was
ri turned in 1:10. in which Whittlor went
HE ! by Turville and steadily gained on his
Hl opponent until ho had nearly lapped
HEi him.
Hfi i A. talker of Australia won his first
HB ' race since his arrival in ' :s country
HL r when he crossed the tape ..st in tho
HY- half-milo handicap professional, riding
BVL. from the 85-jara mark. With this
H,'if( " handicap he covered the distance in
Hbl - :55 2-5. Non 6 of the scratch men quali-
Hy) fied for the race. Palmer beat out Mit-
L) ten and "Whiskers" Devonovitch beat
BYiR ou est f'r fourth place.
Hfk' Brodebeck won the milo handicap
Ht; amateur in a hard sprint from a good
ill . field. Morris, McCormack and Giles
HaAi Ewung into the stretch and crossed the
--H-LAf pe a ee aPart n tue order
Hr' named.
i The summaries:
Hfji Vj Mile handicap, amateur Brodbcck
Hf 'R 5U' H0rS secon' cCormack third.
' Five-mile lap race, amateur Lawr-
B ' if t ence won, Diefenbacherisccond, Wright
t M j .third, Giles fourth. Tine, 10:35.
O) ff Half mile handicap, professional
Walker won, Palmer second, Mitten
K. IK third, Devunvitch fourth. Time, :5i 2-5.
Kr pp- Two-mile lap race, professional Mc-
Hl F Farland won, Downing second, Wilcox
km' third, Hollisier fourth. Time, 3:57 3-5.
1, Five-mile motor match race Whittler
fi won, Turnville second.
IM l American Association.
I 't At Ivansas City Kansas City, 1;
I Minneapolis, 1; sixteen Innings; game-
rfi called.
At Toledo Toledo. 4; Columbus, 9.
; At Milwaukee Slilwaultee-St. Paul
& 'Wt' " game postponed; rain,
i "ifc At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 3; Louls-
lT1 it; , vllle. Or
IS : BUG KILLER.
; vmu ! Bugs, ants, roaches, all anlmal3 Z
, w and garden Insects Instantly ex- T
:' (;' terminated. These pesky little
JlY brown pe3ts that disturb your
kj.'j,' slumbers will vanish like a sum-
m,m mer's dream on one application.
J"?K Largo bottles, 25c. Special price
yiife to hotels, by tho gallon. Both
9 JIH m phones, 457. Remember the num-
ber t
H 'I 44 MAIN ST.
H GEO. T. BRIOE DRUG CO. J
I.
. i l m e n. Those snfferinfr from weafc-
'j I S Wr0 nesRen which sap tbopleaeurea
f - wJI m 9) of life should take Juven Pills.
i .. One box will tell a story ot
fe; , mnrvelooR resiilts. This medicine husmoro
B ; rejuvenntinir. vitallzine force than has ever
? before been offered, bent post-paid, in plala
A packaeo only on receipt of this adv. and 51.
f Made by its orlpinators C. I. Hood Co.. pro
oriotors Hood's Sivrsaparilla, Lowell. Maaft
Ki f SALT LAKE 8
J $ TURF EXCHANGE
5: 48 E. Second South. p
lM O California and Eastern Races. Di- X
f fl rcct Wiro for all Sporting Events (j
MAJOR LEAGUES !
i .
1 AMERICAN
Won. Lost. P.a
St. LouIk 3S 2C .51)4
Cleveland 37 20 ,fiS7
Chicago 3C 2S .503
Detroit ....34 2U .540
New York 2G 25 .510
Philadelphia. 31. 3t .500
Hoston 2S 37 .431
Washington 22 40 .355
Highlanders Shut Out.
NEW YORK, June 30. Boston shut out
Now York today, and Cy Young not
only pitched n no-hlt gamo. but butted
In four of tho eight runs mado by the
visitors. R. it. J2.
Boston 1 1210100 2 S 13 0
Now York ...,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 3
Batteries Young and Crlgcr; Manning,
Newton, Lake and Blair.
i Cobb Loses Game.
CHICAGO, June 30. Chicago defeated
Detroit, 2 to 1. today, because Cobb tried
to field a fly In Crawford's territory.
R. II. E.
Chicago 00002000 x 2 5 2
Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 4 0
Batteries White and Sullivan; Mullln
and Schmidt.
Burns No Mystery.
PIH LAD E LP 1 1 1 A , June 30. Philadel
phia beat Washington today by solving
Burns's curves In tho fourth inning.
It. 11. E.
Washington ...0 1000000 01 f 0
Philadelphia ..0 0030000 x 3 G 1
Batteries Burns and Street; Coombs,
Plank and Powers.
Naps Surprlso Browns.
CLEVELAND, Juno 30. Cleveland de
feated St. Louis here today, 2 to 1, in tho
socond game of tho current scries.
R. H. E.
St. Louis 0001 0000 01 3 2
Cleveland .. ..00100100 02 fi 2
, Batteries Powell, Waddell and Spen
cer; Llobhardt and BemlR.
I WESTERN LEAGUE
Won. LobL P.C.
Omaha 3S 2S .57C
Sioux City 3S 30 .550
Lincoln 37 30 .552
Donvor -3S 31 .551
Dcs Moines 20 12 .3S2
Pueblo 2G 42 .3S2
Corbott Pitches Fino Ball.
DENVER, Juno 30. Corbott's good
pitching, coupled with line support, gavo
Denver today's game. R. II. E.
Denver 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 x 1 S 1
OmaJia. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 4 2
Battorios Corbott and Zalusky; ITolIon
beck .and Gondlng.
Bonno Is Puzzlo.
PUEBLO. Juno 30. Bonno was a puzzle
to Pueblo today, and Lincoln won easily
by a score of ! to 1. R. II. E.
Lincoln 11001420 0 D 11 1
Pueblo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 1 T,
Batteries Bonno and Sullivan; Nichols
and Smith.
Freeman Invincible
SIOUX CITY. Jt'no 30. Pitcher Free
man was Jnvincl.jle today, and Den
Moines lost, 5 to 1. . R. II. E.
Sioux City 2 0010011 x 5 S 0
Des Moines ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 5 3
Batteries Freeman and Shea; Bonar
and Radell.
Entries for Butto Track.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BUTTE, Juno 30. Following aro the
entries for Wednesday's races at Butte:
First race, one-half mile, soiling Sal
Pearl. 107; Ray Carlo, 109: Charlie Egan.
109; Furze, 112; Poppy, 112; Playlit, .114;
Doreen. 114; Big Jack, 114; Daytime, 114;
WoolsoSp, 117.
Second race, three-quarters of a mile,
purse Aunt Hala, 107; Decorator. 109;
St. Avon. 112; Husky, 112; Harvel. 112;
William Bissstt. 112.
Third race, one mile, selling Royal j
River. 100; Prince of Orange, 102; Patri
otic, 105; Neva Welch, 105; Bill CuTtls,
107; Iron Watson. 107; Chancellor Wall- !
worth. 107: Mendon, 107; Ed Sheridan,
107; Chief Desmond, 107.
Fourth race, five-eighths of a mile,
pursts Morea, 95: Yolo, 100: Mabel Foun
tain, 100; Yellowfoot, 100; Semproelle.
U03; Banthel, 106; Grotto. 106; Edrona,
10G; Lena Leach, 106.
Fifth race, one-half mile, selling Jll
letto, 100; Kuropatkln. 102; Hersaln, 105;
Hellsme, 105; Addle Hawkins, 105; Mi
mic's Daughter. 105: Duke of Orleans, 107;
Bon Vlvant. 107: Joe Wooten, 110; Cur
riculum. 110, James A. Murray, 115;
Brush Up. 113.
Sixth race, one-half mile, selling
Knowledge, 102; Lord Rossington, 102;
Mrs. Matthews, 105; Golden Heather, 105;
Hornellght, 105: Soapy Jones. 107; Ho
garth, 107; Red Era, 107; Jerry Sharp,
107.
Meadows Track Baces.
SEATTLE, Juno 30. Results at the
Meadows:
First race, five and a half furlongs
Abbey won. Bonheur socond, Bannatyno
third. Time, 1:07.
Second raco, five furlongs Aksar Ben
won, Miss Worth socond, Lady Quality
third. Time, 1-015.
Third raco, mjlo and ono-slxteenth.
Belling Monvlna won, High Gun second.
Josie S. third. Time, 1:47.
Fourth race, six furlongs Center Shot
won, Gene Russell second, Burleigh third.
Time. 1-12J.
Fifth race, mile L. C. Ackerly won.
Uncle Henry second, Arcourt third. Time,
1:403.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs
Altadice won, Ida May second, Miss Fair
banks third. Time. 1:071.
Butte Baces.
BUTTE, June 30. Results:
First race, three furlongs Katie Glea
son won. Lady Powell socond, Patriotic
third. Time, 351 seconds.
Second raco, five furlongs Aquiline
won. Calendar second, E. M. Bratlaln
third. Time, 1:02.
Third race, five furlongs Alr won,
Bell Rood second, Rustling Silk third.
Time. 1:02.
Fourth race, six furlongs Mary F. won,
Cabin second, East End third. Time,
Fifth race, mile and one-quarter Nnd
zu won. Benvollo socond, Kogo third.
Time, 2:11. , , , ,
Sixth race, mile Daring won, Solnrida
second, Herodotuo third. Time, 1.423.
Coolest place in town for a qulot
gamo of btllards or pool. '10c an hour,
Malono, opp. Cullen.
P I Talk is said to end . in smoke. So does the
Kv '( lor Baltimore Cigar. Only the last
B'it I gives. you a run for your money.
H ,K j Ask your
tf'K 1
1 NATIONAL !
Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg -10 24 ,G25
Chicago 37 23 .G17
Now 1'ork 37 I!7 .57S
Cincinnati 31 31 ..123
Philadelphia 27 28 .401
Boston 27 37 '.122
St. Louis 21 40 .375
Brooklyn , ...22 39 .301
Ginger Game.
BROOKLYN, Juno 30. In a quickly
played game. New York defeated the
Brooklyn team, 3 to 0. II. II. E.
Brooklyn 00000000 00 ft 1
New Vorlc 010010 10 03 0 1
Batteries Pastorlns and Rltter; Tay
lor and Bresnahan. Two-baso hits Hum
mol and Lumley. Bases on balls Off
Pnstorlus 4, ofT Taylor 2. Struck out
By Pnstorlu- 2, by Taylor 3. Umpire
O'Day.
Cubs Tako Socond Place.
CINCINNATI. June 30. Mulswltt's
great work at short aided Spado materi
ally In holding down tho Chlcagos, whoso
defeat sent thorn to socond place.
R. II . E.
Cincinnati .. ..01021000 x I 11 1
Chicago 0 0020000 02 4 0
Batteries Spado and McLean; Eraser,
Roulbach and Kllng. Two-base .hits Lo
bOrt, McLean. Bases on balls Off Spado
3. Struck out By Spade 2, by Fraser 2,
by Reulbach 2. Umpires Ruddorham
and Emsllc.
Boston-Philadelphia gamo poatponod;
rain.
I"""" PAC8HC LEAGUE 1
Oakland Starts Trouble.
LOS ANGELES, Juno 30. Oakland bo
gan the series with Los Angeles today
by winning tho first game by a scoro of
G to 3. R. H. E.
Oakland 6 12 4
Los Angeles 3 5 8
Batteries Kellar and Slattery; Wheeler
and Easterly.
Seals Beat Oakland.
OAKLAND, June 30. San Francisco
won from Portland by a scoro of 4 to 2.
R. II. E.
San Francisco 4 G 2
Portland 2 S 1
Batterlfs Willis and Bony; Klnsolla
and Whallnc.
I NORTHWEST LEAGUE
Butto Wins Easy Game.
BUTTE, Juno 30. Butte took tho open
ing game of the Aherdoen series this
afternoon by fast Holding, terrific batting,
and by douhln plays at very opportune
times. Callff and Thomas wcro both bat
ted so heavily that thoy were replaced
in tho third by Brlnker and Clallln, re
spectively. R. LI. E.
Aberdeen .. ..0 2 2 0 0 0 O'O 0 I S 2
Butto 13200001 : 7 1 2
Batterlos CnllfT, Brlnker and Spencer;
Thomas. Clafiln and Kroltz. Umpire
Carruthors.
Uphill Gamo.
SPOKANE. . Juno 30. Spokane won an
other uphill game in the last few Innings
today, overcoming a lead of 4 to 0 In Ta
coma's favor, by a batting rally In tho
sixth and ninth, aided by errors by Ta.
coma. R. H. E.
Tacoma 0 0400000 0 I S 4
Spokane 0 0000301 15 6 1
Batteries Butler and Rea; KJHaley and
McCarler.
Exciting Game.
SEATTLE. June SO. Seattle won the
opening gamo from Vancouver by a score
of 4 to 3. It was a brilliant battle all
! the way through, the teams being tied In
runs, hits and errors until the last of
the eighth. R. H. E.
Seattle 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 x 1 7 2
Vancouver . ..01000020 03 6 ;
Batteries Gordon and Fortier; Paddock
thul Arbogast.
Meadows Track Entries.
Special to the Tribuno.
SEATTLE, Juno 30. The entries for
Wednesday's races at tho Meadows track
are as follows: '
First race, three-quarters of a mile,
soiling Red Reynard, 105; Captlanzo. 105;
W-eatherford, 103; Annie H.. 102; Metlak
atla, 103; Rose Cherry. 101; Our Anna,
101; Lady's Bsauty, 101; My Surprlso,
! 100.
Second race, one mile, selling El Ot
ros, 10S; Col. Warwick, 10S; Lustlg. 10S;
Prestlgo, 108; Redwood. 108; Gulliver, 105;
Christmas Tide. 103; Nonlc, 103; Sahara,
103; Distributor, 100.
Third raco, three-quarters of a mile,
selling Nagazam, 111; Lee Harrison. Ill;
Nonie Lucille. 107; Aunt Polly. 105; Nollie
Racine. 103: Al LIndley, 102.
Foruth race, one mile and an eighth,
handicap Johnny Lyons, 103; Logistllla,
103; Eye Bright, 102; Edwin T. Fryor, 102;
Brookleaf, 90.
Fifth race, three-quarters of a mile,
selling Ehndale. 110; Excitement. 110:
El Chihuahua, 107; Azora, 103; Belle of
Iroquois, 103; Taunt, 101; Elizabeth F.,
DS.
Sixth race, one mile und fifty yards,
selling Maxtress, 109; John H., 109; Ag
nola, 109; Tho Englishman, 108: Kokomo,
107; Bellemence, 107: Peggy Onell, 107;
Handmaiden, 101; Bo Thankful, 99;
Wuorbergor, 96.
Slieopshoad Baces.
SHEEPSIIEAD BAY, June 30. Ro
sults: First race, six and a half furlongs, main
course Queen Marguerito won, Crcssina
second, Tmltator third. Time, 1:20 4-5.
Second race, two miles St. Kovln won,
Malacca second, Paprika third. Time,
4:02.
Third race, five furlongs, Futurity
course Preceptor won, Fore second, Sca
cllff third. Time. 592 socndH.
Fourth raco, milo and'one-clghth Flro
stone won. Master Robert second, Spoon
er third. Time. 1:53 1-5.
Fifth raco, mile nnd one-quarter, turf
course Grapple won, Brother Jonathan
second, Beauclcrc third. Tlmo, 2:05.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs, Fu
turity course Helen Harvey won, The
Pippin second, Moorish King third, Tlmo,
1:07 2-5.
Latonia Bacos.
CINCINNATI, Juno 30. Latonia re
sults: First race, fivo furlongs Roneburg II,
won, Robin Grey socond. Light Blue
third. Time, 1:01 4-5.
Second race, six furlongs Ranaghor
won, Mirth socond, Plrato Diana third.
Timo, 1:15 4-5.
Third raco, six furlongs Semper Vera
won, Hollow second, Cattha third. Time,
1:11.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Direct won, Crystal Maid socond, Dick
Roller third. Tlmor 1:07 4-5.
Fifth race, mile Czar won. Moquetta
second, Plnkola third. Time, 1:39.
Sixth race, six furlongs Joe Moser
won, Al Mullcr second, Honest third.
Time, 1:12 4-5.
Interest in Two-Year-Olds.
TJnnsual( interest has been aroused by
horsemen in tho trotting event for Utah
bred two-yoar-old colts in tho races
ecbodulcd "by tho Utah Stato Pair as
sociation for October 5 to the 10th.
Secretary Horaco S. Ensign said Tues
day that in addition to tho cntr3' mada
Monday by 0. B. Johnson of Ogaon,
Frunk Chamberlain of Salt Lake Gity
had entered a colt and another entry
was on the way from Odcn, niakinjr
three entries already. It :s t;cpcclou
that there will bo lit'tcon to twenty en
trios for this cvont. Tho purso is fur
$300. Entries will bo closed at mid
night, September 18.
GARNETT AND M'LEOD
PLAY FEATURE GAME
Seven tennis panics wore played at
tho Country club Tuesday and two wero
lost by dofault oC tho nine scheduled.
Tho feature gamo was between Garnott
aid McLcod, two in three sets. Gar
nott won tho first set 0-2, and lost tho
socond Il-O, and won tho final bv 0-3.
Thero was ono double scheduled,
which was not played.
The results of yesterday's games and
tho schedule for today uro as follows:
Tuosday's Bosnlts.
Brown defeated Ely Score, 0-1. 0-3.
Brown defeated C. Boberts Score.
0-1, 0-3.
Gamett defeated McLcod Score, 0-2,
3-Gj 0-3. (Featuro of tho Hay.)
balisbury defeated Conrad Score.
0-2. 0-1. '
Garnott and McBroom defoatcd Boyd
and McQuislon, lost by dofault.
Mrs. Judgo dofoatod Miss Kinney by
default.
Miss Williams dofoatod Miss Mo
Grath -Scoro, 0-1, 0-3.
Miss Allen defeated Miss A. McCor
nick Scoro, G-J, 7-5.
Miss Lyons dofoatod Miss G. McCor
nick Score, 0-3, S-G.
Today's Games.
At 10:30 a. m. Miss Humphries nnd
Miss Lj-ous vs. Miss McGrath and Miss
Lyons.
At 11 p. m. Miss Humphreys vs.
Miss Lyons,
At 3 p. m. Mrs. .ludgo and Miss G.
McCcrnick vs. Miss Williams and Miss
Miller.
At i p. m. Mrs. Callahan and Mips
Van Wyck vs. Miss Allen and Mrs.
Tavlor.
At 5 p. m. R. T. Badger vs. Gcotgo
Ta3'lor.
At 0 p. m. Hoberls and Taylor vs,
Salisbury and Thompson.
SALT PALACE TRACK
WILL BE RESURFACED
Solomon Nelson and Jesse Olson, les
sees of tho Salt Palace, and F. A. Swen
son and G. II. Clcavoland. sub lossccs, to
gether with several of tho bicyclo rid
ors, held a meeting Tuesday a'fternoon
at tho Salt Palaco and decided to 're
surface tho bicyclo track extending nine
foot from tho polo up. Tho present sur
faco is but two years old and appears
in lino condition, but nevertheless sliv
ers uro started in some way and tho
riders havo suffered greatly therefrom
tho present season. An inspection of
tho track Tuesday found it in good con
dition and much better than tho aver
ago Eastern tracks.
The now surfacing will bo laid with
a soft piuo which will not splinter and
upon which tho riders may fall with
out any danger or serious results as far
as slivers aro concerned. Solomon Nel
son said that tho track should havo been
planod tho beginning of tho season, and
McFarlaud said that had such been done
thero would have been vory littlo trou
ble with slivers at tho present time.
A large forco of carpenters will bo
put to work this morning and Manager
Red man of the track said that it would
bo ready for next Friday night's meot.
FRENCH AERONAUT IS
COMING TO AMERICA
NEW YORK. June 30. John Dola
grange, the famous French aeronaut,
whose long-dlstanco aeroplane flights
have attracted world-wide attention dur
ing tho last few weeks, will come to
America about August 20. A cablegram
has been received from M. Delagrange
by A. C. Trlaca, who Is making arrange- I
ments for the visit of the French aero- I
naut on behalf of tho recently organized I
Aeronautic society, stating that he would i
come about that time r1 would bo will
ing to give exhibition (lights for three
days in New York. He stated that he
was sending details by letter, and as soon
as theso arrlvo the final preparations will
bo concluded.
It is more than probablo that a series
of international Hying contests will be
held between Delagrange and G. H. Cur
tlsa of Hammondsprt, N. Y., owner of
tho "Juno Bug." Mr. Curtlss has In
formed Mr. Trlaca that he will be per
fectly willing to meot tho Frenchman
In such contests.
The Wright brothers havo also been
asked to meet Delagrange.
TANDEM MATCH RACE
WILL BE FEATURE
Mnnngcr Chapman of tho Saltair
Coliseum tnfck announced his pro
gramme for Wedncsdav night's races,
tho feature of which will bo a one-milo
tandem match raco between McFarland
and Clarko vs. Mayer nnd Downing.
This is a combination of tho four fast
est men riding hero, and if they go all
the way thero ought to be something
doing with tljo record. Downing and
Mayer worked out Tuesday on a tan
dem, and seem to bo suited to each
other, and aro confident thoy will win
the race.
The fast amateurs will try to Jowor
the world's quarter-mile record. About
six men will start in this 'event. The
amateurs havo also a mile handienn,
Tho professionals will start in a milo
handicap and a two milo lap race.
BALLOON QUICKLY
PASSES FROM SIGHT
NORTH ADAMS, Mns3.. Juno 30. A
sensational balloon ascension was made
here today, when A, W. Borso and W. R.
Kimball, members of tho Now York Aero
club, with N. H. Arnold of this city as
pilot, made a flight In tho balloon North
Adams No. 1. A strong westerly wind
was blowing and the balloon was buffeted
beforo the aeronauts could make a good
rlso. After leaving tho ground, tho bal
loon was In sight only three minutes, dis
appearing over the mountaliiB to tho east
of tho city, heading In the direction of
Greenfield. Tt was believed here that
weather conditions wero propitious for a
long flight.
SMALL ATTENDANCE
AT HENLEY REGATTA
HENLEY, Juno 30. Tho Henley re
gatta opened today with Ideal weather
and rowing conditions, but tho effect of
tho absence of any American or other for
eign onrsmen Is seen in the small attend
ance, both ashore and afloat.
Thoro were hardly a dozen houso-boats
on the river usually bucIj an attractive
feature whllo the stands nnd inclosures
on the river banks wero but sparsely
occupied.
The only novelty In the programme was
found In "Eton's appearance In tho race
for the grand chnllenge cup, tho most de
sired prise of the regatta. In tho first
heat tho Etonians won a popular victory
by defeating Pembroke college, Oxford,
by ono length.
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Give the Children a Vacation
in the Country 1
G-et the children away from the heat and dust of the city this summer. Give thernfij
the real country for a playground, where they can pick bushels of daisies and climbfij
hay stacks and romp in the big barn. Nothing is so much fun for, them and nothing doesm
so much for their health. m
The Tribune Want Columns will tell you of dozens of nice homes in the country
where they are glad to take summer boarders of the right sort. 'M
It is an economical way to spend the vacation days, and it gives more real benefifll
and more pleasure than almost any kind of outing. JB
The Tribune goes into just the sort of country homes that you have in mind. Keep. Wtit
watch of the Want Columns till vacation time and you will be sure to find what you If
want. 'fi
HOPPER'S CONDITION
REMAINS .UNCHANGED
X. O. Hopper, who fell while train
ing on the Salt Palace track Monday
evening, while following a motor, and
ran a sliver a foot long into his abdo
men, was resting easy at St. Mark's
hospital Wednesday morning at tho
time tho paper went to press. No com
plications havo as yet set in the wound,
and while ho is in a critical condition,
his friends hope for the bcsl.
Mrs. Hopper is at the hospital with
hor husband, and is about to collapse
from tho torriblo ordeal she has gono
through tho past thirt.y-six hours. I
MRS. STERRY CHAMPION I
"WITH MAY SUTTON OUT j
WIMBLEDON. June 30.- A. W. Gore !
won tho all-England lawn tennis cham- j
pionship hero today by defeating II. B. !
Barrett 3 to 2, the scoro being 6-2, 6-2, I
6-4, 4-6, 3-6 and 6-4.
Mr. Gore last carried off tho title in
1901, since when ho always has finished
second to H. L. Doherty, whoso colors
last 3'car wero lowered bv the Austra
lian player, Norman E. Brooks. Mr.
Brooks will not defend the title this
year. Mrs. dterry vanquished all com
ers in the ladies' singles nnd in the ab
senco of May Sutton, .- California, tho
Eivsent holder of the British title, she
eeomes champion.
Fortune for Aerophane.
PARIS, Juno 30. The Journal Des
bates this afternoon says that tho
Wright brothers of Dayton, O.. have
signed a contract with Lazre Weiller,
who is acting for a syndicate which
offers the Wrights .100.000 for their
patents, provided, first, that their aero
plane, with two persons on board, flies
thirtv-ono miles in an onclbscd circuit;
and, "second, that it repeats this ner
formanco within eight days in tho pres
ence of a committee. If another aero
planist accomplishes this same feat
within four months of tho timo that
tho Wrights mako their successful flight
tho contract is to becomo void.
Moro Attorney's Fees.
ALBANY, June 30. Five more of tho
racing associations in this state filed
statements with tho Sectary of Stato
showing their expenditure in opposing
at tho scssiois of IU Inst legislature,
the passage of the Agnow-llart anti
raco track gambling bills, tho total
aggregating about $P,0,000. beven .t
theso reports havo been filed to datet
showing oxp-'nses of about $43,000. Ot
the total sum $39,576 is charged for
u'eal serving, tho five items unoor this
head being $13,493, $12,066, $7,577, $5,
493 and $917.
Amateur Games.
Two amateur games wero played
Tuesday afternoon on tho Walker field.
Tho Printers beat tho Restaurant team
by a scoro of 14 to G, in an exciting
RaTho Brokers boat, tho R. M. Bells in
a hit-and-run game, by a scoro of 29 to
10. For a timo it appeared as if there
was a crickot match on and that the
men wero trying to see how many runs
could be piled up in tho nine innings.
The Auorbach clerks defeated the
Postoffico employees Tuesday uft3r
noon, on the Walker field, by a score
of 10 to 4, in a soven-hining gamo. Tho
batteries were us follows: Castleton
and Johnson; Galligher and Hauseu.
Occidentals Playing Strong.
Spoclal to Tho Tribune.
GARLAND. Juno 30. The Occiden
tals put it all over the local team by
a score of 13 to 4. Harrison pitched a
good gamo, and J. Burns caught. Tho
colored bovs made fivo double plays.
The Occidentals will play in Wclls
villo tomorrow, in Logan Thursday and
in Preston on Friday and Saturday.
Too Strong.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIG HAM CITY, Juno 30 Tho Oc
cidental basoball team dofcated tho
Willard team of this city horo yester
day afternoon by a scoro of 8 to 1. Tho
local boys say they have had enough
and do not care to play another match
with tho winners this year, having so
far boon defeated twice.
DELINQUENT NOTICE.
Mountain Dell Consolidated Mining1
compnnv. Principal place of business, 2.rl
city and county building. Salt Lake City.
Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that there aro.
delinquent upon the followlns described
stock on account of assessment No. I.
levied on the 19th day of May, 100S, tho
several amounts set opposlto the names
of the respective shareholders, as follows:
Name. No.- Cert. Shares. ArnounU
C. H. Berry 7 fiOO $10.00
C. H. Berry S 500 10.00
J. 1. Stanton 10 R00 10.00
J. I. Stanton 11 500 10.00
J. I. Stanton 12 500 10.00
J. I. Stanton 13 500 10.00
M. Evana S 1T00' 50.00
J. E. Hammond 14 100 H.00
13. C. Hammond ...15 100 2.00
M. S. Hammond... 16 100 2.00
'A. V. Woodward.. 31 JJ0O 10.00
Otto M. Nellsen..l03 500 10.00
Alfred AVorsley ..155 1000 20.00
M. II. Crofoot ...177 250 5.00
' Jesse Harmon ....1S1 5000 100.00
I Jesse Harmon 219 630 12.60
Thomas John 237 1000 20.00
I J. H. Clarke 230 500 10.00
I C. D. Hanks 240 1000 20.00
And in accordance with law and the or
der of the board of trustees, mado on the
19th day of May, 190S, so many shares of
each parcel of such stock as may be
necessary will be sold at the office of
tho secretary of the company, 251 city
and county building, Salt Lake City. Utah,
on the 13th day of July, 190S. at 2:30 p.
m.. of said day, to pay the said delin
quent assessment thereon, together with
the costs of advertising and expenses of
sale. H. W. GRIFFITH.
Secretary.
C2377
NOTICE
Of a Special Meeting of Stockholders o'
tho Rio Grande Western Railway
Company.
Salt Lake City. Utah, June 11, 190S.
To the Stockholders of the Ulo Grands
Western Hallway Company:
Notlco is iiereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Rio.
Grande Western Railway Company will
be held at the principal office of the com
pany In the Judge building, at Salt Lake
City, Utah, lipon Mondtv. the 20th dav
of July, 190S. at two o'clock (p. m. for
the purpose of considering and voting
upon a proposition for the consolidation
of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad
Company and the Ulo Grande Western
Railway Company and their capital stocks
railroads, franchises and other properties
and .Interests under the laws of the Stato
of Colorado and the laws of tho State of
Utah, thereby uniting the properties and
'concerns of said two companies In one
organization, and, by joining said two
corporations together, creatine a new con
solidated corporation which will be dis
tinct from said constituent corporations
and from each thereof; nnd for tho pur
pose of considering, nnd voting for the
adoption or rejection of. an agreement for
such consolidation made In writing by the
directors of both of said companies undor
dato of Juno 9, 1908, nnd by them to be
submitted In writing to said meeting
which sets forth the terms, manner and
effect of such proposed consolidation; also
for the purpose of considering and voting
upon any substituted or modified proposi
tion and agreement for such consolidation
which at the time of said meeting may be
duly submitted thereto in writing by the
directors of boih of the said companies
which It Is proposed so to consolidate. anO
for tho purpose of taking any lawful ac
tion In relation to such proposed consoli
dation, or Incidental thereto, as may by
the stockholders at such meeting bo
deemed neccssnry or desirable.
The transfer books for thu transfer of
stock of the company will close with tho
close of business on Monday, tho 22d day
of June. 190S, and reopen on a date to be
fixed by tho Board of Directors not earlier
than the 24th day of July, 100S.
By' order of tho board of directors.
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAIL
WAY COMPANY.
E. T. JEFFERY. President.
LEWIS R. BUSH. Secretary. clC30
Notice of assessment no. 13.
Butler-Liberal Consolidated Mining
company. Principal place of business,
30G Auerbach building, Salt Lake City.
Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, held on th 8th day
of June. 1908,, an assessment of two
(2) cents per share was levied on tho
capital stock of the corporation, payable
immediately to C. B. Oliver, socrctarv, at
th.' olllce of tho company. 300 Aucr'baGU
building. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Friday. Julv 17.
1908, will bo delinquent and' advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless
payment Is made before, will bo sold
on Thursday, August 6, 190S, at 1:30
o'clock p. m., to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
C, B, OLIVER, Secretary.
c75S
DIED. !
O'CONNERS In this city. TucTlSOS. : '
Mrs. Nathanlfl O'f'onners, aged 13 2 '
years, a resident of Bingham Junction.
Funeral will take place from O'Donnell i
& Co.'s iimcral chapol Tuesday after-i
noon at 2 o'clock. Interment Calvary; l.
cemetery. 'j
JONES In Bingham Canyon. June 30j i
190S. El7.auia. Jones, aged 27 ears, 8 J
months and S days. Futjoral services Willi ?
be held from Society hall, Blnghum, on :
Thursday, July 2. at 2 p. m. The remains'
will be brought to Salt Lake on the '
afternoon train nnd interred at Ml Olivet ;
cemetery. '
BORN 1
NANCE In Los Angeles, Cal.. MaT'l
190S, Kendall Wheeler Nance, son of'T
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nance of Ashfork.'X
Ariz. Airs. Nance was formerly Ml?3 f..
Fanny Wheeler, a teacher In the Wash-f'f
lngton school of this city. In 1906-07. j I
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