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II lEnrtU INDIANAPOLIS AERONAUTS WIN TROPHY 1 SmTrT I
I Kentucky Cranks Shoot at Bal
1 loons Passing Over
I ST. LOUIS Til SAILING
TOWARD GULP OF MEXICO
I Indianapolis Balloon Wins Cup
I for Going Greatest
IKDTAXAPOLTS, ,Tnne v. All but
ono of tho halloonE that started in tlio
J Aero Club of America 's great national
! race Saturday have been heard from.
Two of the balloons were shot at, but
no one was hit.
The St. Louis OT. is supposed to be
sailing toward the Gulf of Mexico. Tho
New York, with A. Holland as pilot,
enme down at Corinth, Miss., at 5:10 a.
j Tho Hoosior, Capt. T. S.' Baldwin,
pilot, landed at Greenbrier, Tenn. No
details regarding tho landing of either
had been received.
! The Indiana. Carl Fisher of Tndian-
I apolis, pilot, and G. A. Bumbaugh, as
) Biptant, had come near enough to ground
at Schackle Island, Tonn., last night, to
get a fresh supplvof water. They had
then mounted again io tho higher cur
yents to continue the race. Schackle
R is twelve miles north of Nashville,
y Tho Clevoland. A. H. Morgan, pilot,
R and tho Univorsity City, ,T. S. Berrj
H of St. Louis, pilot, have dropped from
H the race.
M Vr. Gqetho Link, pilot, and "R. .T. Ir-
H win. assistant, flying the Tudianapolis,
I won both tho trophies in tho great
' handicap raco, which started at .1:45
j Saturday afternoon, just preceding the
I national race,
j The Indianapolis won the cup offered
for the greatest distanco by the In
dianapolis Merchants association, hav
S ing approximately sixteen miles better
f than the Ohio. She also won the Fisher
trophy for time in the air, having a
t margin of almost two hours over the
I Indianapolis Victory.
The victory of the Indianapolis men
and their 40,000 cubic fer-t capacity
balloon is considered remarkable, inas
much ns they are new at ballooning
They started on their flight, with but
fivo bags of sand, or approximately 250
pounds of ballast, and were lightly pro
visioned. They "made 235 miles and
were in the air nineteen hours.
A message to tho Associated Press
from them says their highest altitude
was 13,000 feet, approximately two and
one hnlf miles. They were shot at twice
as the- went over Kentucky, but were
The New York, which landed near
Corinth. Miss., was also shot at Sunday
night while passing over Morgan coun
" describing the shooting, Mr. Harmon
'"Expecting to land in tho wilds of
Canada. w:e were loaded with provisions,
ammunition, heavy shoes ana clothing,
and canned goods". In an endeavor to
find another air current to carry us
Tiigher, wc decided to throw away about
300 pounds of this stuff. Not wishing
that it should be lost, wc descended to
within 000 feet of tho earth and began
distributing it where it would be found
near houses and villages.
"When directly over a very small
village, eight- miles north of Birming
ham, a man with a rifle cried:
" 'Come down hero, you, or
I will bring you down.'
"We continued our course and he
fired three times, one of the bullets
Binging through the basket. Officers
have been sent out from Corinth in an
endeavor to arrest the man."
Looks Like Record.
If the balloon Indiana lias not been
disqualified by touching earth. It has
broken the American endurance record by
staving in the air more than forty-four
hours. Since the balloon started In the
national distance race of tho Aero Club
of America from this city Saturday, two
reports have been received from It. One
was tlmL It had touched the earth In
Tennessee and had taken on water and
proceeded toward the soutb. If tills be
true, the balloon Is disqualified under the
rules of tho International Aeronautic federation.
UTAH TIRE AND RUBBER CO.,
62 MARKET ST.
Bell Phone 5444. 3alt Lake City.
1 THE TRIBUNE FORM CHART
SALT LAKE CITr, Juno 7. Weather showery. Track fam
rjy FIRST RACE Six furlongs, four-year-olds and up, aclllnff.
Index. Horse. Wt. St. j 'j 3 Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
' 109 Buna 03 !1 4 h 2 9 .. 2 3 fi Re.van ... G 7-2
IBS Slv T3cn 10(5 -I I n 1 i .. .1 h 2 2i Donvltx ,.,o-2 lt-o
152 Salina. 101 7 ?! t I h .. ?, 1 .11 Mondon .15 CO
ln.'i Banhama 102 S 7 h fi i .. 4 2 4 A TVak 7-. o--
101 C'alnban 1 06 OS s ,. S 5 2 Cnv'n'gh . 12 B
3GS Glendlnnlns 10f I C J 6 a .. f. 1 G h Harris .... S 12
13G Sainrldn. 101 2 2 U 7 3 .. 7 1 7 2j Nelson .... -I '
H! Sir Preston 10S3 5 3 h 3 2j .. n 1 S Borel 10 20
Time 12 4-5: :2n -1-5; :3S 2-ii; :Sl: 1:04 2-5: 1:17 3-o. Winner elk tn., Soll-
talro H. Center Tip. Went to post i;:32. At post P, minutes. Start coori. Won
easily. Serond some. Third handily. Buna 3-2 place. 7-10 show. Sly Ben 1-5
place, 2-5 show. Salina 10 show.
SECOND RACE Six furlongs, four-year-olds and up, selling-,
Index. Horse. Wt. St. I j Str. Fin. Jnckcy. Op. CI.
lo7 Bvron 109 n 1 2 13a 13 In Otis 6 R
152 Exchequer 101 I U .U .. 2 2i 2 3 Harris .. .6-5 7-n
157 Dorothy Ann 102 7 S n S 2 .. G l 3 11 Bovnn ... R J
1J3 Tim O'Toolo 10G 1 2 h 2 h .. .". h 4 1 Henry ... In 20
161 Toller 10n C 5 t 5 1-.. I 1 52 Sandy ... 3 r-2
157 Billy Taylor 10G S 7 I 7 1 .. 7 1 H Pnlms ... 10 In
103 Bud Embrv 101 ft 10 10 ..1" 7 .'! Thomas .. 10 10
133 T.aemm 10G 5 6 1 6 1 .. S h SI Cav'n'Kh . 20 SO
163 Dollv Dollars 101 10 8 1 5 1 .. Oh 0 3 Mondon 6 S
l-lf; Billy Bagwell Ill 2 4 2 II .. 5 1 10 S. Smith ... 20 'In
Time :12 3-5; :25; :3S: :50 1-5; 1:03 1-5; 3:17 1-5. Winner ch. p.. Matchless
Athleta. Wont to post 2:57. At. post two minutes. Start pood. Won drlvlnp.
Second easily. Third driving. Byron 3-1 place, 3-2 show. Exchequer 1-2 place,
out show. Dorothy Ann 3 show.
THIRD RACE Six furlongs, four-yen r-olds and up. selling.
Index Horse. Wt. St. i i 3 Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
37 Gene Wood 104 5 1 25 1 2 .. 1 1 1 1 H. Smith . 2 4
167 Prlnco of Castile 106 22 11 22 .. 2 2a 2 J Johnson ..4 5
165 Bon Ton 101 5 4 5 3 31 .. 3 2J 3 n Cotton ... 2 -2
150 Pretension 106 4 3 n 4 1 . . 4 J 4 4 CnVn'sh . 4 2
165 Hi. Caul Cap . .'. lOSj 15 5 ..a 5 Borel .... 6 6
Time :12 4-5; :25 1-5: :37 4-5: :50; 1:02 4-5; 1:17. Winner ch. Sir Hamp
ton Avaunt, Went to post 3:24. At post one minute. Start good. Won hand
ilv. Second driving. Third same. Gene Wood 6-5 place, 1-2 show. Prlnco of
Castile 6-5 place, out. show. Bon Ton 1-2 show. Scratched, Happy Chappy. Over
weight, Hi Caul Cap, 2J pounds.
g2 FOURTH RACE Five furlongs, thrcc-year-olds and up, handicap.
Index. Horse. "Wt. St. j j 3 Str. Fin. Jockey. ' Op. CI.
lGG Meddling Hannah OS; 4 3 1 3 25 .. 3 2 11 Peak 3 S
130 Booger Red 113 3 4 2 2 h .. 2h 2 3 Jarrett ....G-5 7-5
(152) Marburg 05 1 2 2 4 h .. 4 h 3 35 Mandcrs ..6 S
04 Blagg 100 5 5 5 .. 5 4 2 Nelson .... 3 6-5
(155) Foro 100 2 1 h Hi .. 1 h 5 Sullivan ..7-2 0-2
Time :12 1-5; :24 3-5; ;36 3-5; :40 1-5; 1:03. Winner, ch. f. Bedeck-Anna Moore.
Went to post, 3:45. At post, 3 minutes. Start good.. Won enslly. Second same.
Third same. Meddling Hannah, 2 place, out show. "Rooger Red. 1-2 place, out
show. Marburg, out snow. Scratched, Ethel Day. Overweight, Meddling Hannah,
gj FIFTH RACE Six furlongs, three-year-olds, selling, purse ?200.
Index. Hor.se. Wt. St. x h i St. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
155 T,a Relno Hindoo 105 2 I 1 1 3 .. 13 15 C'avamuigh .5-2 3
lfiO Mabel Fountain 102 3 2221 .. 2 3 26 Peak 6 S
133 Benu Man 10RS 1 5 h 3 2 .. 3 n 3 1 Sandy 10 12
142 Birth 101 5 4 b G 5 .. 5 25 4 Cotton 10 15
155 Knight Deck 101 6 6 1 5 5 .. 4 1 5 35 Nelson 2 6-5
168 Force 107 -I 3 h 4 h .. 63 6L Henry 3 5
165 Hampton Beauty 102 7 7 S 7 7 7 Bevau S
142 Flgcnt 102 8 S Pulled up ISiscnz 10 15
Time :13. :21 1-5, :37 2-5. :50. 1:03 2-5, 1:17 1-5. Winner ch. f. The Fog La
Tlindos. Trained by W. P. Maxwell. Went to post at 4:16. At post l minutes.
Start good. Valuo to winner $165. "Won easily, second same, third handily.
Hindoo 6-5 place, 1-2 show. Fountain 3 place. 3-2 show. Beau 2 show. Scratched,
Cooney Neff, Inclement. Overweight, Beau Man 11 lbs., I, a Kelne Hindoo 3s lbs.,
Birth 2 lbs.
g SIXTH KACE One mile, three-year-olds and up, selling, purse ?250.
Jndcv. Horse. Wt. St i 1 S S.t. Fin. Jockey. Op. .CI.
147 Red Leaf 105 22J 2 25 1h 12 135 Harris 3 1
(159) Kopek 105 3 1 1 1 h 2 6 2 5 2 3 Johnnon 4 6
(135) Col. White 115 .1 3 n 3 15 3 3J 3 4 3 4 Sulltvnn 3 5
... Herman Doyle ... 105 5 5 35 5 4 5 6 4 1 4 b Thomas .... 5 7
(147) Ubcrto 107 4 4 1 4 2 4 1 5 7 5 7 KliiiK 4 f,
R2 Woolen 105 6 6 6 6 6 6 Mandcrs .... 6 6
Time :13 2-5, :26 1-5. :30. :51 4-5, 1:04 2-5. 1:18. 1:31 3-5. 1:46. Winner ch. m..
Hermcnce Readina. Trained by W. Red. Went, to post 1:10, at post 3 min
utes. Start good. Value to winner ?200. Won easily, second same, third same.
Leaf 1-2 place, out show. Kopek 2 place even show. White even show.
Handicapper Stevens's selections for Monday's races were as follows:
First raco Banhama, Sly Ben. Glen denning.
Second race Exchequer. Byron. Dol lie Dollars.
Third race Happy Chappy, Prince of Castile, Free Knight tho Bear.
Fourth race Booger Red, Fore. Bl ngg.
Fifth race Force, La Relnc Hindoo, Beau Man.
Sixth race Herman Doyle, Kopek. Red Leaf,
The feature of the bicycle card at the
Salt Palace tonight. Is a five-motor paced
match race, in which Samuelson, Monroe
and Wilcox will compete. All three men
are reported to be riding strong and a
hot. race ought to be the result.
There will also be a. two-mile lap
handicap and a three-quarter-mile open
professional, mile handicap and a quarter
mile open, amateur.
ENGLEWOOD. X. J.. June 7. The
tournament of the I'nlted States National
Lawn Tennis association began today,
witli W. A. Lamed, national champion,
rind R. D. Wrenn. W. M. Whitman. S.
Ward, all ex-champions, and R. D. Little.
H. H. Hackett, F. B. Alexander and
others, who have played on American In
ternational cup teams, as entries.
W. A. Lamed in bis first match drew
S. C. Mlllett, the old middle states title
holder, whom he defeated with ease.
Larned then engaged Bob Wrenn in a
trial match, in which ho easily led.
R. D. Little scored a walkover against
Harry Torrance, Jr. Of the other win
ners, Edward P. Lamed, former bolder of
the middle states and other titles, de
feated A. Amend. The tournament will
be continued tomorrow.
KANSAS CITY, June 7. John Svan
berg of Sweden, winner of the Chicago
Marathon, and Johnny Hayes, the Amer
ican runner, were matched today for a
twenty-mile race lo be run here Sundav,
June 3.", at the Kansas City Athletic
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FIGHTERS HI GOING
TO SAN FUCISCO
Police Close Up All Fighting
Clubs and Meal-Ticket Host
lers Must Leave.
Special lo The Tribune.
NEW YORK, June 7. Boxing is doomed
In this city. Promoters have not been
satisfied to carry on the game as they
should, but have abuaed their privileges,
and then again a boxing club has been
organised In evory available place In the
city, there being any number of them
going at tho present time, and it is tho
Intention of the authorities to put on the
All the lighters now here will immedi
ately leave for San Francisco. Those who
will leave in the next day or so are
Cross, Corbelt, Ketchol, Wolgast, Papke,
Nell. Attcll, Keyes, Frayne. all of whom
have been promised matches on the
NEW YORK, June 7. That there will
be a large team match between eastern
and western golf professionals on June
preceding the national open cham
pionship at Knglewood club links', the
JEastern Professional Golfers assocatlon
decided todav. The annual championship
itself falls on Juno 24-25.
Tho association today elected as presi
dent George Strath, Crescent Athletic
BOSTON. Mass.. June 7. Sandy Fcr
gUBon and Joe Jeannette were matched
yesterday to light a twelve-round bout at
the Armory Athletic association June 22.
Jeannette has Just returned from France.
Lewes Horse Haces.
LEWES, England, June 7, The Aber
gavenny stakes, for 2-year-olds, of 500
sovereigns, with 200 sovereigns added,
distance live furlongs, was won today by
Wolfsland. The Israelite was second and
H. P. Whitney's Top O' the Morning
third. Six horses ran.
Fuol Team Claims Game.
The Utah Fuel and Standlsh baseball
teams played nine Innings to a tie, the
score being 15 to 35. at Liberty park last
Sunday. At tho end of the ninth Inning
tho Standlsh team refused to play and
the Fuels now claim the Kame,
Dorkiun Breaks Records.
SAN BERNARDINO. Cal., June 7.
Paul Derkum of Los Angeles lowered the
world's motorcycle record yesterday by
I covering five miles in a competitive race
in 4:46 2-5, standing start.
PrcBsmen and feeders wanted The
P. W. Gardiner. Co., 216 So. W. Temple.
Jra n. Thoso oufremic from went:.
22 ncasea which sap the pleasures
n a of life should take Juven Pills.
... t5 One box will tell a story of
marvelous results. This medicine bos moi-o
rejuveuatintr. vitalizing force than has over
beforo been offered. Sent post-paid in plain
packnee oitly on receipt of this adv. and 91.
?Iado by its orlpinators C. I. Hood Co.. pro
Woto;a Hood's SarsrtparUla, Lowell. Alnafc-
THE TRIBUNE HANDICAP SALT LAKE RACES I
RATED ON PAST PERFORMANCES
I TOR SLOW TRACK BY O. R. STEVENS.
FIRST RA CE Four and one-half furlongs, selling.
!ile:i:- Horse. ' Wt. Hating.
(liO) Ryron .'112 70 Looks good repeater.
(H59) Runa 00 fiO Contender, if starls.
100 Banhama 10 1 6.1 Throw Inst race out.
71 Otto Price 1J.4 6:1 Will Improve line.
152 Prolific 112 62 So alno should this one.
JfiO Sir Preston 110 fil May be waiting for soft spot.
155 Gypsln Vice 110 57 Not niuHi.
JHO Glendcnnlng 10!) 55 Not anything. 1
157 Yosla in so Less chance.
SECOND, RACE Three furlongs, selling. 2-ycar-olds.
Index. Horse. -vt. Rating.
I11I Lena Merli 106 77 Looks certain winner,
151 Lndy Panchita JOB 711 Was playnd last lime.
151 Gailor , J 0 1 75 In money sure.
151 Quickly .....101 71 Might be the imrorlsc. ;$
lnS Sen Gmen 10U 72 Not dono besi yet. vf.
151 C. J. Harvey 10! 70 Not. done anything. '".;
l(U Rabbin 104 ' 05 Also ran. . fi ', ,
116 Dunelg 1 OH HO Also ran. ' ;
THIRD RACE Five furlon&s. .-cllIng. ' t
Index. Horsn. vt. Rating. '
ICS Lpp Harrison 1J1 71 The winner her"
103 Gosslp.-r U 109 70 Will do bettor today.
151 Swnggerlntor 103 fin Track will suit him. .
165 Fron Kulcht the Rear 106 -67 Will Improve.
145 Wildwood Bill , 100 65 Watch betting. - .r
... Ncosa fig .. Also ran.
119 Halton 114 Also ran. 't(i
FOURTH RACE One mile, selling. .
Tnde.v. Horse. Wt. Rating. x
ICS Billy Myor 100 61 Looks a spot for him. :
lt2 Geo. Guyton ?5 63 Safe pla.v place. ,
167 Bolden 106 60 May b. third.
(119) Lucy C ,.105 59 Good in mud. 1 .
147 Buckthorno 95 5S Might surprise.
174 LIberto 107 57 Was bt on yesterday;' ' "
161 Boloman ... 107 56 No account horse. , . "
137 Aks Ar Bon , 98 51 Boon doing wll. ' '
166 Cobln ...107 51 Kp an v on this.
162 Glaurijs 10s 50 Can do better.
FIFTH RACE Four and one-half furlongs, selling. - .
Index. Horse. Wt. Rnt.lng.
156 Salvage 116 76 Superior In mud.
16S Happy Chappy 10S 75 Should hr no tvotsp. j
(149) St. .Too .116 6S Closo up: good now.
165 La Chata 107 67 Will do better.
169 Sly Bon 111 67 Improving.
161 Galvanic 1 16 64 Ma.v be trained off.
59 TaM' 112 64 Novor again.
62 Kuropatkln Ill 60 Not gulltv here. r.
... Contingent 119 .. AIeo ran." "
SIXTH RACE Six and one-half furlonge. selling.
Index. Horse. Wl. Rating.
151 Frank Lubbock 107 67 Looks certain winner.
173 Flgenl 93 G4 Better at longer route.
161 Burning Bush ...102 62 Should do hitler hre.
1 1I Aunt Kit 93 59 At ay get the mony.
166 Royal Bon 105 57 Run whore placed.
155 Biskra 103 51 Mlcht wnko up.
16S Homeless 107 50 Not considered.
BEST BETS LENA MERLE, FRANK LUBBOCK.
TAKE A CHANCE GALTOR.
ACROSS THE BOARD HAPPY CHAPPY.
1 MAJOR BASEBALL LEAGUES
1 AMERICAN 1
Won. Lost. P.C.
Detroit 27 14 .650
New York 22 15 .595
Philadelphia 23 17 .575
Boston 22 19 .537
Cleveland 18 22 .150
Chicago 17 22 .436
St. Louis 17 22 .436
Washington 12 27 .30S
Tigers Not in It.
NEW YORK. Juno 7. Now York hit
Summers savagely In the fourth and fifth
Innings today, and easily defeated De
troit. 5 to 1. R. H. E.
Detroit .' 1 4 2
New York 5 11 3
Batteries Summers, Works and
Scmldt; Manning and Klcinow.
Plank Gets HiB.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Juno 7. Cleve
land defeated the home team. 3 to 1, to
day, batting Plank off the rubber in two
Innings. " R. H. E.
Philadelphia 1 S 1
Cleveland 3 9 1
Batteries Plank. Dygert. VIckers and
Thomas; Bonger and Bemls.
Walsh Ib Puzzle.
WASHINGTON, Juno 7. Chicago had
an easy time shutting out Washington to
day, S to 0. Walsh was a puzzle to tho
local batsmen. R. H. E.
Washington 0 5 4
Chicago 8 9 0
Batteries Gray and Street; Walsh and
Graham Ib Easy.
BOSTON. June 7. Graham's curves
did not puzzle tho local batsmen today,
and Boston won from St. Louis, 6 to I.
Cycotto replaced A reliance In the fourth
Inning and was generally effective.
R. II. E.
St. Louis 4 5 1
Boston . 6 15 4
Batteries Graham. Howell, Stephens
and Smith; Arellanes, Cycottc and Carrl
gan. Northwest League.
At Vancouver Vancouver, C; Seat
At Aberdeen Aherdecn, 6; Spokane. 1.
At Tacoma Tacoma, 4; Portland, 0.
At Toledo Toledo, 0; St. Paul, 3.
At Louisville Louisville, 4: Kansas
At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 0; Min
At Columbus Milwaukee, 2; Colum
At Omaha Omaha, 11; Lincoln, 1.
At Wichita Topekn. 7; Wichita, 6.
At Des Moines Rain.
At Denver Rain.
$1.50 OGDEN CANYON EXCURSION.
An ideal 011 tine, via Bamberger lino.
Ask our agent. Phones 159.
Lagoon. Everything tho "best. 2uc
Aerial Ballet at Saltair.
Commencing Saturday, June 12, in
the Saltair Hippodrome. Watch the
SENTENCED TO PRISON
HELENA, Mont., Juno 7. Twenty-year-old
Richard Hocking was sentenced
by Judge Hunt In the federal court this
afternoon to serve eighteen months in the
federal penitentiary at Leavenworth,
Kan., and to pay a fine of $1872.92 for
embezzling while employed in the money
order division of tho Butte postofflce.
Hocking was indicted by the last grand
Jury on three counts, each alleging em
bezzlement. When tho case was called
this afternoon, former Judge G. M. Bour
ciiiin staled lo the court that it had
been agreed with tho district attorney's
office that the two first counts should bo
dismissed and that the defendant would
plead guilty to the third, charging em
bezzlement of $1S72.92.
A private safe may be rented in the
fire and burglar-proo vaults ot the
Salt; Lao Security and Trust company,
82 Up. Main Btreet, $2.00 per vear.
Tonight Is Jumbo Night,
as well ns Ladies' and Children's night.
A funny fireworks elephant performs
and a .Jumbo program of pyrotechnics
follows the carnival .ami eruption of
volcano at WandRmore touijrh1-
, Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg 30 12 .711
Chicago 28 16 .636
New York 20 17 .541
Cincinnati 24 22 .522
Philadelphia 17 21 .-147
Brooklyn 17 23 .425
St. Louis 17 26 .395
Boston 12 2S .300
Reds Defeat Boston.
CINCINNATI, June 7. Cincinnati won
In easy fnshlon from Boston today. 6 to
1, knocking Ferguson out of the box In
tho serond Inning. R. H. E.
Cincinnati 6 11 2
Boston 1 7 3
Battories Campbell and McLean; Roth.
Ferguson, Mattern and Smith. Umpires
Cusack and Johnston.
Pirates Grand Rally.
PITTSBT7RG. June 7. By a grand
rally in tho eighth inning Pittsburg de
feated Philadelphia today, 4 to 3.
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 4 7 1
Philadelphia 3 7 1
Batteries Lclfleld, Adams and Gibson;
Moron, Brown and Dooin. Umpires
Klcm and Kane.
Bell Is Right.
ST. LOUIS, June 7. Effective pitching
by Bell gave the Brooklyn team a 2 to
0 victory over St. Louis In the opening
game of the series here today. R, H. E.
St. Louis 0 6 1
Brooklyn ,..2 6 1
Batteries Sallee, Beebe and Brosna
han; Bell and Bergen. Umpires Truby
ST. LOUIS, June 7. Four of the mo
tor cars In tho Now York-to-Seattlo race
left hero tonight for Kansas City, whero
they should arrive by S o'clock tomorrow
morning. The cars aro Shawmut, the
Acme and the two Fords. Missouri roads
are In good shape and fast time should
Wallace With Brooklyn.
NEW YORK, June 7. The Brooklyn
National league club today secured Out
fielder Wallace of Clement from the Phil
adelphia club of the same league. His
acquisition cost the Brooklvn manage
Ship Restaurant Service,
Best in the state. City prices. "Ask
for anything." Round1 trip, 25c.
DENVER. Juno 7. Mrs. Electra R.
Beard, convicted of misappropriating
about $2000 of the funds of the Children's
Hospital association, while sbo was act
ing as treasurer of that Institution, was
today sentenced to serve from eighteen
months to three years In the penitentiary.
The court, granted a stay of forty-five
days pending an appeal. Repeated ef
forts were made previous to the trial to
have Mrs. Beard declared insane.
A privato snfo may be rented in tho
Salt Lake Security and Trust company,
fire and burglar-proof vaults or the
32 Up. Main street, $2.00 per year.
Charged With Robbery.
ALBANY, N. Y-. June 7. Barney Reil
ly. a prize light promoter, and James
Brennan. both of Albany, wen; each held
in $12,000 ball today In police court,
charged with being two of the thrco men
who recently held up Fred Archer, a ne
gro horse dealer, here. Archer says he
was robber of $1300.
A private safe may bo rented in the
fire nnd burglar-prooC vaults of tho
Salt Lake Security and Trust company,
32 Up. Main street, $2.00 per year.
Many o our citizens aro drifting
toward Bright;s disease by neglecting
symptoms of kidney and bladder trou
bio which Foley's Kidney Remedy will
quickly cure. F. J. Hill Drug Co., SO
West Second South street.
Thousands Were Disappointed
last night that rain prevented "the erup
tion of "Vesuvius." But the fire
works were saved and an enlarged pro
gramme will be given toniuht at Wan-damere.
M LEAF IS Ofil!
FAVORITE 10 111
Meddling Hannah Beats Booger
He d in Feature Days1
Red Leal" was the only favorite to pass
the judges' stand a winner at the horse
races Monday afternoon, at the fair
ground.. Jockey Harris made a pretty
ride and came down thn stretch winner
by throe ;md a half lr-nsthn. Kopt'k led
tho oth.irfi. winning place from Colonel
Whlti- by throo lengths.
Ono second cholco. throe third choices
and one outsider "nailed" the purses.
Boogor Red was the favorlto In the
fourth race, but Meddling Hannah, an S
lo 1 3hot. showed her heels to the favor
lie down tho homo r.tretch, after running
away from the fl-Md.
CINCINNATI, June 7. Today's race
First race, six furlongs Xarco. 2 to 1,
won: Kvrondo. S to 1. second; Kiddy,
r.O to 1, "third. Time. 1:11 2-5.
Socond raco, fivo furlongs Topland. 25
to 1, won; Ferono, 1 lo 2. second; The
Fad. o to 1. third. Time, 1:00 l-n.
Third' raco, fivo nnd ono-luilf furlonss
T. M. Green. 7 to 2. won; Colloquy. 7 to
10, socond; Wool Sandals, 5 to I, third.
Tinio. l:0ti 2-5.
Fourth raco, mile and one-slxteonth
ttara Avis. Ifl to S. won; John MoMHInn,
11 to , second; Nadsu, G to 1, third. Time,
Fifth rare, milo and one-elphtli
lIugho5, c, to S. won; Bellovlow, 11 to 0,
second: Mondowgrass, 12 to 1, third.
Sixth race, mile and Kcventy yards
Cllvodonr. I to 1, wop; Warner GriKwoll,
3 to 1, second; Talamon, 5 lo 1, third.
Time, 1 : : 1 1-5.
ST. Cl.Orn. June 7. W. IC. Vnndcr
bilfs L'Exllc won the Prix du Rulsseau,
distance ono nillc, ii furlongs, and a
puree of $ 1 00.
In the .Prix do;; Vnux, IiIb IVOr Corn
stnlk came in first and won a purse of
Rlpolln, also a. Vandorbilt onto, won
Ihe Prix dos Gcranaums, and ihc purse
ARRESTED FOR PLAYING
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Juno 7.
Charged with violating an ordlnmro
which prohibits nil Sunday niiuisi-t..-irl,
Edward Bader. secretary of the Atlantic
City Athletic, club, under whone auspices
tho Philadelphia American league team
and the Reading Tri-Ptate leaguers played
a biisoball gam' here yesterday, was sum
moned Into police court today and fined
3200. Yesterday's KaniR was the first
Sunday exhibition of the sort here and
wns played despite the protests of tho
Sabbath alliance, tho Good Citizens
league and the pastors of different
churches. Bader was summoned Into
court on information made by Chief of
DANIELS WILL MARRY
MRS. FLORENCE WAGNER
NEW YORK, Juno 7. Charles M.
Daniels, champion short distance swim
mer of tho world, and Mrs. Florence
Goodyear Wagner, daughter of the late
Frank H. Goodyear of Buffalo, today ob
tained a license for their marriage here.
It was announced that the couple were to
be married late today." Mrs. Wagner ob
tained a divorce from George Olds Wag
ner in Paris last March.
CHICAGO. June 7. Plans for a hockey
league uniting Chicago with eastern cit
ies in this sport will probably ho deter
mined definitely at a mooting this week
between homas W. Prior and eastern
team managers. Prior, who Is mnnng- r
of a west side ice rink, left last night
for a tour of the eastern cities.
Automobiles for Hire.
Automobile Exchange", 63 Poctoftice
j For Sale. 1
I For sale, thoroughbred I
1 horses; sound a-nd in training I
I and ready to race. As business
0 Interests require my attention !
1 elsewhere, I have decided to
I sell my entire racing stable
I The horses arc all in good or-
I dor and capable of winning
i out their purchase price be- 1
B fore tho end of the present 1
U Salt Lake City meeting, and gj
I as another meeting will nrob-
I ably be hold at Ogden, 'later
I followed by . several minor m
meetings, they surely look like
good business investments.
1 Tliere are eight iu number, I
ranging from two to six years 1
old. Call or address Dr. H. E. B
Rowell, the Bransford hotel, I
I or at tho Fair Grounds track.
I where the horses can bo seen! I
CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT I
IS DISAPPOINTMEHT 1
Fitzgerald Fouls Sinclair and 'MS
Referee Calls All Ml
Bets 011'. m
The feature event at the .St. Regis club
Monday night did not turn out as ex- wmm
pec-ted. Tommy Fitzgerald and "Pea- 2
nuts" Sinclair were lo box four rounds tm-J
for the dull amateur championship. iBE'S
Considerable money was bet on tho re- IScfii
."lilt, hut In the seeond round, after Fitx- fflcl
gerald had repeated I v fouled Sinclair, AW
Referee Pete Sullivan said that the fight JHs?
did not look "uod to him. and he called
all hots off and no contest, to protect the jjftjj
The hoys came together in the first id
round In a rather tame way. They fousht OTS
elose to ach other and left many open- mm
lugs, which neltbor seemed to take ad- jUrfj
vantage of. Before ihc round was out. Hasi
Fitzgerald hit Sinclair low and he dropped jM"
to the floor. He wan fouled again In the imtQ
second and fourth rounds. To the aver-
age spectator It seemed as If Fitzgerald vmiw
wns trying to throw the match by fouling
Sinclair. Whither the fouls were Inten- is
tlonal or accidental will probably never Er
be known. Jmi
There were three other events and a jrWL
haltle royal. The heavyweight go be
tween Jack Downey and E. Wright was
easily the feature of the evening, and iK(
was worth Ihe money. It ended in a '3Bi
draw Larry Brown made Ed Daly quit YKa
In three rounds, the la.ner claiming that
he was slek. Harry Curland secured the WEti
decision over Jim L-awlr in four rounds. M
l.nwler stumbled to the mat several times,
but always came back with speed. m Lj
The battle royal, In which five colored JJ
boys took part, created a big uproar in K
the audience, it was the best bout of J& "jj
its kind heci so far. and the members of M 't4
tho club nearly laughed themselves sick. 3 y0
It was a do-as-you-please contest, and
at one time ithe five hoys piled up on Je t
the ropes In one mnss of wriggling arms sj
and legs, and would have dropped to the W S
floor but for the timely assistance of S Jfc
these sitting nearby, who pushed them
baek Into the ring. tJ
National Bowlers. MTJ
NEW YORK. Juno 7. Today's rolling
resulted In changes among the leaders Hf"
In all three tournament events In the Na- W,j
tlonal Bowling congress. Bl!f
In the Individual competition tho high ItrJ?
scoro was made by Charles Hendler of WmIx
Buffalo, with fi6-1. In the two-men team ffl'I
event Vanderhcck and Copoland, a MmSi
Brooklyn team, took second place, with fKij
In the five-men team tho Motropoli-
tans of Baltimore tonight rolled 2SG3, --IBS
which gives them second place. mm
President Plays Golf. igK
WASHINGTON, June 7. The president fifi
today spent the afternoon on the golf 9f
links at Chevy Chase. His fellow-play- Wmri
e.rs were Senator Bourne of Oregon, Brig. wMf,
Gen. Edwards nnd Captain A. "W. Butts. afti'
5.00 One ton "that good coal" and
complimentary ticket to Lagoon. ymj,
ings for style ffe
for comfort, too; fEj
also for right prices. Wg
Shirts cool and - comfortable, 'Hi
niftiest styles and durable. tf
Neckwear in newest wash and Jfc
silk styles. jfe
Belts, hoisery, collars in kinds
men like to wear. 'w1
Fancy vests, of course. W
n And tho man who
fflfrlX ' likes io feel good,
JjM fA even in hot weather, JB7
Srfjl always insists on "B. Biy
jj tm J V. D." underwear "yffH
teCJ single garments nn- iBtT
W O. ion suits. Costs no ' 3Vt
Jjpg?'-'- nioro than other
I SALT LAKE -VKt
48 E. Second South. dBT'
California and Eastern Races. Dl M!
rect Wira for all Sporting Events.
bicycle races tonight m
Salt Palace Saucer Track, 8:1 5 P. FVi js-
5 Mile Motor Paced Race, Prof essaonal
j SAMUELSON, MONROE, WILCOX. B; I
U Two-mile lap, handicap, pro. One mile, handicap, amateur. iHi
n Three-quarter-mlle open, pro. One-quarter-mllc open, amateur. H -
Held'a Military Band. The Fastest Riders in the World. AiB hi
Admission, 25c. Tickets on sale Stlckney's Cigar Store. .H J
Q 11 BIG FAST EVENTS 11 'jH 0
j You have "out to smoke a FLOR de BALTIMORE iBL
Cigar to appreciate its superior quality. Try one. "91
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