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DESEKET EV ETEta6r N11fG NEWS MONDAY rUNE 10 1901 l
lAGOONS NOW IN INSEOOND INSEOUND
SECOND PLACE PLACEStill
Ogden Still Leads With a Good GoodPercentageGamo GoodPercentago GoodpcentagoGam0
PercentageGamo Percentago Garno Today TodayGROUNDLESS TodayMOnE Today13IOJtI
MOnE GROUNDLESS CIIAUGKS CIIAUGKSRam
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la TliroiV TIro Hie HIIIIIO imie Pull 11111111111 11111111111satUflln 1lut 1lut5fltiirdn IlIiittirIa
5fltiirdn tirIa C2BIHCK C2BIHCKSTANDING nUllluSr tutaleNTADINU
STANDING Sr DING OF TIlE CLUBS CLUBSP CLUBSOgdcfl
P 1 W L PC PCOlden
17 12 5 706 70GLg 7O 7OLeg
i 1 S I
Olden 15 8 7 533 33 33Ealt 33gaIt
Lg Leg L Lik 1 10 Ii 8 S COO 00 00rark OOrk
Halt Haltfir 3 11 211 2fljr
rark rk lltY tT 14 1 21 21A
A mmams mmams11CW BEROEIt BEROEItUW
jr new UW team from fromDenver fromIener rromienver
Denver known knownnow known10W knownc
now 10W ns the La Lagoon I IIoon Iaoon ¬
c goon Ioon oon team Is Ismaking Ismaklnl I If Iinaklrn
making Great Greatheadway greatheadwu great1eadwa
f
headway and anl the theother theother theother
other teams will willhave wi svlIlIrnve
have to get et out outor outInd nuttti4
Ind 18t or they the will w lII be lift liftIn lenf ItftfT
Iwhjwl In two t 10 games ames the theboys theVtn thOpen
fir firt f r
pen r boys have hlve Jumped to tonnd to1t tori
nnd their work clearly clearlythat cleailyj
t 1t rl rlili IlIa rl cenly
ili j a at aftelr 1 that they will w1 be at tt the top topt
t t before hlore fort long Ion Yesterday was wasMmc wuser vn vntelr
ftelr fir firippcur I gamp 1Ifl nt a t their th lr new home hlIne They Theyin Tho Thoppenr They1ppe1r
er tr suits with withLagoon Ith Ithe
ippcur ippcure in the Hallways1 lalays suis wih wihre
re e na1nr na Lagoon Laloon In white whie letters let ettvr rs on ontt onitt onte
itt tt bious f They played a masterly masterlynmf I sIlrlY sIlrlYam
nmf can am OH showed Ihowed the fans omo team teamU teamwI teamtK
U tK that 01 t was waf well wel nigh perfect perfectOgden pereetOden perfectOgden
wI Ogden Is way wa ahead of tho others othersbut othersbut
but ut Oden the tI season Is young yot et and base baseMil bIEO bIEOb1 IiaoI
Mil is I vry very y uncertain Despite Despie the diet dietth luctIht facttht
b1 th Iht the til Salt tIt Lakes < cs have lost two eon eonatn canI conSut
atn aUP ut Barnes aIflS the boys are now set settle settUng 8etsung ¬
sung I d In an rames n under the tl coaching of Cap CapIn Cnptdn Ctipthin
thin In P pr and they are duo to nccom nccompiltb accomp
piltb p lah B > eat things itng yet et Ed Kldder haH haHUnsigned hnl hnlHn lia liatn
Unsigned tn Hn sl sned IIel ned by b Manager annger arinin Orlfn and ha hatl hoUI
UI tl we pr Je a tower of strength to tho thoti thor1 tho1fr
ti r1 11 htng start Ital of tho team teamThe teRI teamThe
The etrlfo which h1em has been going on In Inth Intt tnth
th Te team te tlt m has tia been eliminated entirely entirelytad ntrelY ntrelYand nUre1yni
tad ni I II U I 1 to be hoped hopel that all al 1I will wIl go goul 10 10LII gothe
ul LII n the future Thero were whls whlstttlrgs whlsrP1rs whtsIii
tttlrgs In II the air again yesterday to the theilfeit theIlert theeffect
rP1rs effect that t two of the Salt Sal Lakers 1 kers had hadKen hadbln had1een
Ken bln Ilert aiproached 11Hoachel with wih an In offer of a arod 1 1Ifd ag
would throw throwibt
rod g wad of money If they
Ifd the came Ial The first Irst Intimation Intmaton of the theal theal theaV
al reached the cars of Manager ManagerCilffln Malager MalagerCltn MamiagerGItfln
Cilffln al Saturday evening when a I well welltnwn wel ve11t
Cltn
tnwn t In yountr attorney atorey Informed InlormCl him himt
l > t a certain younr ball 11 player offered orerell for lorlderaton a afiiideratlon aeuderatIon
fiiideratlon of 01 t < 200 to fix fx the gamo so soi sot1 o ol
lderaton
i t1 t Iaffoon IAgnon would win The attorney attorneyVJMO alOley alOleyw attorneytI
VJMO w 1rO G30 on the Lagoon team but at the theune theIme theare
are time me ho was wa honorable honorlbll enough to toifjrra toIlmn torm
Ime ifjrra rm Grlflln GrUln of what wlHt had reached his histm hIsIan hil hiliarL
tm H I W n < i fact that n l proposition propositiontMtnalt propositon propositontt propositionu
Ian tMtnalt u mnl to two of tho player but to toMr tothlr tothtr
tt Mr lusting last Ilg honor they spurned tho thor thorlr thefer
fer r No ro O one could say that any nn mom memb 10m 10mtho momth
rlr Indication of ofitjtMns otmMnr ofttJng
b < r f the th team pave any Indleaton
itjtMns mMnr ttJng but first fnt clrtHS cllfS ball bnl playing plalnJ In InMttnlavs InrIINayS In1ttd3YR
Mttnlavs game go I Mawlcys pitching pitchingtu plchln plchlnt pitchingtulmpW
tu tulmpW t limply Ilmp superb suprb and tho field feld behind behindVn behindlr
Vn lr ns wa 65 perfect How IolV could a game ffamou
u t Ounwn away own with such work ork as aslli asII aimL
lli II L trown snlws nle s the umpire deliberately deliberatelyjotod delb rntely rntelyjtJ
jotod one of o the teams Fifteen Fifteenfit PICeen PICeenbf
jtJ
fit bf no bases ases on balls 1111 two men hit by byplfoW byre1 bypIe1
plfoW re1 ball bal the error column full ful of off otfse ofQe
f Qe IRKS 118 and a m score of 2 2to to 1 I1n In nine nineInnings nineInnings nineInnIn
Innings InningsHAD InnIn fse 7
HAD 1 I nAY W FOIl HALT AI1 I VKK8 IWIThe1 I4tIJSI I4tIJSThey VKK8They
They Were Up Uilin i In iii tho Air In Satur SaturilnyH SnturIIIY Satmirila
I
ilnyH IIIY ila Game GameThe Oalo Oalofhe annieTh
The Th Salt Lakes were up In the air In InSaturdays InllurdIYs inaturday
Saturdays llurdIYs game mI at Ogden and were wereleaten werateaten wereteaten
teaten by the Lobsters Lbsters by a n wore toro of oftight 01ight of4dght
tight to two twonorthers twoDoreher twoHatchets
Hatchets Doreher splendid work In the box boxH hoxIauseas boxUaumenA
H Iauseas UaumenA usen hitting hitng and the Salt lakes lakesrrow IkesrrOI 14ke5rrorg
rrow rrOI tell tol the story stor Borchcrs allowed allowedtut alowed alowedbut
but five tyO scattered rtlercd hits his two passes 1asses and anditruek ant anditrurk
itruek Itrrk out Wllllamu Wilam Hale Morrow and nndTOnttr anllWebstr andVebmtr
TOnttr Webstr the th latter later fanned three times timesN tmel tiiiierIvd
N Xagll jl rlivnd < well wel In left lef field feld antI 1111 his hluig hl hlg hisg
ig g run and low fly catch was the theturc theiture theture
turc of the game ly While Whlo sliding Ildlnc to toif foIhlnd tomad
if mad > nd Plako had his knee cup cupti CIII CIIIohpd capbrdIy
ti ohpd hcd badlY and an while whie sliding sldln home homeMiitb homeIMh hometh
Miitb IMh th was 1 hit on the head hone with n swift swiftv sllf swiftthrown
v thrown thrwn by Webster The he ball ballHrjfk bal balihim
Hrjfk fJrk him squarely on the bend and andKith Ind Indlh andth
Kith th de about aboutwlnp nboutt aboutFwIn
lh waR JS dIIJedl < Ucdly groggy for
t ln eM eMfJlnr
fJlnr wlnp are the fleures fleuresSALT flre3 flre3SALT flguresSALT
SALT LAKE LAKEAB
AB R BH nl TO A AOr i B BOGDEN
b
tarr Or S 4 0 1 0 0 2
Pit Pm htb 1st b 3 0 0 1 11 0 0 01ltO 0rrow
1ltO rrow I c t 3 0 0 2 0 1 1Ilm 1Xtaererl
Ilm Xtaererl lr I I 3 0 0 2 0 0
lblter2nd iVthmter 2n b I 0 0 0 2 0 04 0r
r 4 0 0 2 I 0 01iUAm
1iUAm WhIams 3rd r u 4 0 1 3 3 0
rau rauiand lanl < c 3 2 2 4 0 I IIIQf 1nir
IIQf nir p 3 0 1 0 2 0 0Ttal 0Ttal
Ttal 31 2 421 24 8 8OGDEN 84 84OGDIN
OGDEN OGDENAB
AB B H 1 PO 10 A H HIndb ExUr r rmi
°
xUr mi Indb nl u 4 2 1 3 0 0 0St 0gl
XgI gl I l I 3 1 0 1 0 0 0r 0ufen
RAUtfl ufen c 3 1 3 10 1 0 0m 0aIn
r m aIn In t 4 0 1 2 0 0 011k1t
11k1t lirk Mt b 3 0 1 7 0 1 1Ikpp
h1sk Ikpp p 3 1 1 1 3 2 2frgr
frGrg frgr j 3rd rd b 3 1 1 2 1 0 0Du
lllulh r t 3 2 0 1 0 0 0rr 0rh
Du rr rh 131 3 0 0 0 2 0 0Tubl 0Total
Total 2 29 8 8 2 27 7 4 4IRE
IRE lm BY INNINGS INNINGS1234C0789 INNIGS INNIGSod
1234C0789 1234C0789M 1234G789 1234G789SUP1k
od M 0 0 3 30 0 0 0 5 0 8
St SUP1k Lak LakTir 0010001002 0010001002Plnke 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 02 02J
J Tir TWar H Hli an > 119 hts Plnke Ilnke Williams Wilam Sac SacIlluth SacIn
In < li 11 PI PH Illuth Uorchers Toy TayHll Ta
Tt r rr 1 t pllY hnys Buth > Hll 1alo ° I0rcherl to < ° Williams Williamspace Wlilam Wlilamhll
hll SIlhIn pace 1IC Bases on balls b II Tay Tn
j
r nr < h hrs rs 2 Passed balls Mc
l u uLai lttl hn J 1 WIM pitch balM Korchcra Barch
1 Wid pich er
wtt MuJc ruj ip f jRglc ngle miini MOrrow
Omln lbrro lbrroIt
Whtr w It nr I imif Illp Williams 11Iam Hit lt by byB byhlf
B hlf t json < en Klmerer McCauMand McCauMande McCaus1nl McCaus1nlG
G pn e R ISI tThmy t 2 Hnusen Iauen nInth Duth nInthaulnnd
ji auiland 2 Left on bases basesKKL
0ml den I t Sl1 111 II Lake Qke 7f 7 Umpire Ier > Clark clarlcELinKN Clarkul
KKL ul T 1m T1m 133 133t 133E1it
ELinKN t E1it II S IN I SI NO G GAM GA GiStISmeI n 13 13s
s SQt ch c I War 11 v the rimtMt CIIr t nt the lit League LungncPark JenJtc JenJtcPArk LeaguePark
Park Saturday Afternoon Afternoonth1 Ornon OrnonInWltb flcrmmoonWith
InWltb tn With th1 thn Ire ore ro dead against t them lncmk themlb
lbt the k t t tVt Vt a t half flt tn the nInth Inning InningIIM InnlnHId
lb Lg if B OR on Saturday afternoon
HId a th I Satulay nfernoon nfernoonItk
re rl iy b ft batting batinI rally rnlY and andtiWi nnllUI unItCrrors
tiWi rt I S trrors tlrors and then > won the thel th thInln
UI t17e InlnII flnth II j t l laH l half hal of the eleventh eleventhof
Inln hry turned defeat 1 Ceat Into vie vietime Ie IeH
10 H r8 1 a nle IP the miners feel like lke a nII aIt
II 1 1 In a rain storm stormgame atormf
of f iv thi 4 tnt grnt game Iaml In every ecr sense senseSuch B senseSuch ns nsI
I Iht I Such work n ni al as Hellmonr Hellmonru Itedmnorni Itedmnornith
r u J t i th e box II is seldom seldomu seldomat1 eldol
tt at1 but for the fact that hi hin hII
u
t di plfn n at n t the critical time timewhat
Ilt I tS nJ Xlr telling what lie critcal would wOlld tmc tmctS have ha
W U Donverltcs DIerle The miners minersan mln minersthoUt 1
thoUt 1 1DIerle out an error until the thethat thetpr
4Ih errr Intl
trab nd ndr Ul up to that time Bcdmond Rellmondhh Redmondthe
tpr kkh > r t tOlttd i 10WP1 Olttd the t tkkh bases basI9 to tm be occupied occupiedto oecupltlrtJn occulieIlrrtjn
rrtjn hh rtJn Ifmehlng 5UnethIng to his 1s credit for fortnn lornsll forkiiI5
teem tem teemmt nsll kiiI5 t s tt t u e eXcel excellent C > ll I ent nt fold fpl work his hil
St mt t fl irtther itht I h t tN with lth the bat and poked r01561KnHhlMn Jke pokedht
t
KnHhlMn 11t ht tbr t en hits hit a nier after r which they theyThe theythe theyhe
The thefrme he frme which I Is 8a ld sad < 1 1m
LgOnl gOcn m tripled on the miners
by iy Y putting 11uttnr Simmons I Kwlng wlnl wIn and New Newtneytr NewInecr newimleyet
tneytr Inecr In the box boxIn boxIn boxIn
In the lost la t half hlH of tho final flal Inning InningLogue InningIoge InningLogime
Logue Ioge came to the bat blt and an singled singledThis slnglellThil singledThis
This Thil was followed tolowe by b n hit from Brad Bradley Bradby ¬
ley 10 on which ho could cOlld have run around aroundtho
the diamond dlamonl a couple of times tmc9 1C I U I hnd hndbeen hndbcelneCeS8ar hadbecit
been bcelneCeS8ar necessary but he only olly went wentaround wentnround veiitaround
around onco OICO One 010 thing thin to the credit creditof
of the newcomers nOWCOlrs Is that when every everything ecrything everything ¬
thing was looking dark for them they theykept theykept theykept
kept plugging lugglnl right along I10ng with wih never nevern nevcrI
n I sign slgl of breaking down dawnIJHlng down1lng downflwing
IJHlng was first fl8t on the tie rubber but butretired butretred butretired
retired retred In II favor of Sleepy Slepy Simmons Simmonsin Rlnrons
in 11 the fifth It I wan wal wn Simmons first firstgame lrt lrtgnml firstgame
game gnml In that position positon this year eal and andlie 111 naillie
lie could only stand Itanl It for 101 four innlnK 4nnlngtlwhen < innlnKwhen nnlnKt >
when whel young Nowineyer took a 1 hand handand hanllnnl handrtnl
and parted rtarted the lire le works by striking strikingout strldnl
nnl
out four our men Another Anothe thing thinI In fa favor Cavor a avor ¬
vor of the Lagoons rlsons Is 11 that their three threeerrors thrfl timrcoerrors
errors errrs cost them nothing nothl but with withPark wih wihPnrle s1thIark
Park City Ciy It was WIH an just tho reverse icvorseFollowing Ieverle Ieverle1lowlng reverseFollowing
Following 1lowlng IB II the score In detail detailLAGOON letnJ detailLAaoo
LAGOON LAGOONAU
AU 13 H l II I PO 10 A L LLopucss ELO Lrogmme
Lopucss LO rogmme 1SH 6 3 3 1 0 1 1Ircl 1liradiCy
Bradley lc of C 1 4 2 0 0 06lmmon 0Shlluon 0Simmimimmmum
6lmmon Ircl Shlluon rf p If 5 0 1 0 1 1 0 0Wcnvorlb QWcvcr I IVvrtter
Wcnvorlb Wcvcr W B 0 1 10 1 0 0Btonoy 0Btol 0Stoim0
Btonoy Btol 2b 21 2 B 0 1 J 1 O OMoNlchols 0MoNlcholsj OMoNichois
MoNlchols 3b i 5 I 1 l 2tD IJ r rHofer 1 1Horror 1hioffer
Horror Hofer c tf i 4 1 0 12 1 2 0 0Schnables 0Sehnnbles 0ScIimmab1ei
Schnables If 3 0 0 1 0 0 0Ewing 0Ewing
Ewing p 1 0 1 0 4 4ostal 0 0ICostal 0ICostal
ICostal rf 4 1 0 0 0 0 0Nowmeyer 0Nowmeyer 0Nownmeyer
Nowmeyer p 2 1 1 0 0 0 0Totals 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 10 i S 14 33 3 i i1AflK 13 3 3 3PARK 3l
PARK l m CITY CITYAB CIYAn
AB 13 B II I PO O A I IHonley2b IJ IJHlule2b 1Ilanley
Honley2b Hlule2b Ilanley 2b 7 1 2 2 2 1 1Cope 1eope 1Coie
Cope 3b 31 8 1 1lnnmble 0 2 1 0 0Gamble 0Unmblo
Gamble Unmblo cf f 1 2 3 0 0 0Maloney 0rnloney
Maloney lb 0 0 2 C 0 0HeltOul 0 0Redmond 0Itedmoomul
Redmond p 5 2 S 0 1 0 0Scare 0Senre 08011cc
Scare HeltOul o C 0 1 4 I 11 1 0 1 1Belsor 1Helsom
Belsor 80180 If C 0 1 3 0 0 0Cain 0Cain 0Cain
Cain 98 8 5 1 2 3 4 1 1leld 1ieumtIrgiaft
Pumlorgrntt rt C 0 2 2 0 3 3Hamilton 3Hamiton 8Ilanuliton
leld Hamilton Hamiton rrIat 1 0 0 0 0 0 0Totals 0otllf 0TOtOIS
Totals otllf 51 7 lS30 la i illiimilton 8 8 8Hamilton 6Humlton
tenth Hamilton Humlton batted bated for f Gamble lmblo In tntenth Intenth intenth
tenthNone None out ou when winning Inling run was wasmade wasmnde wasmade
made
SCORE BY INNINGS
1 2 3 4 6 I C 7 S 9 10 11 11Lagoon 1 110
Lagoon 0000 0 0 0 OQ 000 0 0 t 0 0 1 S SHis
Hits 011201121 0 1 1 12 2 0 II 1 1 2 1 0 214 214Errors 21 2itErrors
His Errors 1 100000002 1 000 00002 0 0 03 03Porl 03Inrk 3 3Park
Park < lors City 013010020 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 07 07Hits 0 7 7Hlt 7lIlbi
Ciy
Hits Hlt 033121230 03 0 3 31 3 1 2 1 2 3 0 2 118 118Errors 118Errols 118Iluns
Errors 000000014 0 0 00 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0Huns GHuns
Huns responsible for Hanley 1 P Pen Pendergnift Iendemgrimtt n nlelgrull
dergnift lelgrull I Sacrifice Sacrifce hit Cope Sto Stolen Stolen Sb SbIon ¬
len banes lses Bradley 2 Bases on balls ballsoff hals halsor ballsoff
off or Ewlng l IHr 1 Ii oft of 01 Simmons RlmUoI11 1 Ii off of Red Redmond Hedmond Itedmnond ¬
mond 1 Twobase lwlhnl hits hiA GambleHnn GambleHnnley Onmblu Hnn HnnIcy
Icy 2 Cain Maloney Threobaso fhreobIM hits hitsfiearo hlt8Seare hitseare
fiearo eare 2 Bradley Brdley McNlchols eNlcholl Logue LogueHomo 10gue 10gueHomo LogueHome
Homo run Bradley mdl Double plays playsHoffcrWeaver pasHorer ImlalshIofter1VeaVOr
HoffcrWeaver Horer Weati l inleyCalnMaloney inleyCalnMaloneyHit
Hit lt by pitcher picher IllleyCalnnloney IllleyCalnnloneylt by Simmons Cain CainGamble Clln CllnGlnhle CainGt11fl1Ie
Gamble Glnhle Struck out by b Ewlng Sel Belnor Selor Selsor
nor or Scare Searl 4 by Newmeyor Hamilton HamiltonSelsor Hnmlon HnmlonSelsor HamiltonSelsor
Selsor Pendergraft Ienlelgral Hunloy lnnley 4 by Red Redmond Hel Redmond ¬
mond Bradley lmdlcy Hoffer Hofer 2 Stoney Mc McNlchols McNichols McNichols ¬
Nichols Schnablcs SCllnIIC Kostal 2 Simmons
210 2 10 Passed Ilssed balls bnl Hoffer Hofer 2 Innings Inningspitched Innings1ltched InningsPitched
pitched Redmond 11 lj Ewlng B 1 Sim Simmons Simmons Siammons ¬
mons 4 Nowmeyer Nowme er 2 Hits Jts off Red Redmond Rellmond fbimnrnid ¬
mond 14 1 off oN Ewing 9 9i off or Simmons 6 6off 6of 6oft
off of Newmeyor 3 Left I t on bases La Lagoon Lagoon Lagoon ¬
goon 7 Park City Ciy 1C First I lr t on errors errorsLagoon errOlSLaroon errorsLagoon
Lagoon Laroon 3 Park City 3 Umpire Green Greenwell Greenwel Greenvcii
well wel Time lme 229 29 Attendance tendance 500 500ANOTHER 500ANOlm 500tOTIhIIt
ANOTHER ANOlm ONlTTfOU O ONl I FOn OGDI2V OGDI2VTook oGm OQIflNTool
Took 1001 tho Miners 1JcIH iInersIovn Down Iown the Line LinoWith UneWih LineWItim
With Wih Hose KascTho HoseThe EaseTime
The lobsters lobster had another easy day dayyesterday lay layyesterlny dayyesterday
yesterday yesterlny and tho boys from trm over the themountains themountall timemountatims
mountains mountall were In Inhnrd hard luck Four Fourteen l Fourteemm olr olrteen ¬
teen to six sl wad W M the score Hansford Hansfordpitched Hanslordpitched liansfordpitched
pitched forOgden or Ogden and anl puzzled the theminers theminrs theminers
miners minrs greatly great until nth the eighth when whenhe whenle
he le gave three passes and was hit for forthree lorthree or orthree
three singles sln h 9 and two tWl doubles loubles An Anerror Anerror Anerror
error by McGregor and alli the above do doIngs doInI doings
Ings InI let Ic In five runs run for Park Plrk City CityPendergraft CltrPenderAralt CityPenilergraft
Pendergraft PenderAralt was wnl ns hit hard by b Ogden OgdcnThree OdcnThrlo OgdenThree
Three Thrlo singles and a double went to toNnglo toNaJlo toNagle
Nnglo NaJlo Glmlln Omln got lot a single double doublennd 10uhle 10uhleInd doublearid
arid Ind triple Flake had eight chances chancesIn
In tho Held Ield and escaped < without wihout nn nnerror In Inerror anerror
error errorThe errorThe errorThe
The same teams play again this af afternoon aIternoon afternoOn ¬
ternoon game Following l ololng is the score Hearl of the thegame thegame thegiune
PARK CITY CITYAB CITYAn CITYA1I
AB R H I PO A E EHanley I IHanley Ilinnicy
Hanley 2b 2 ii 5 0 1 0 5 2 2Cope i iCope i
Cope 3 b 3 0 0 1 B 1 1Redmond 1Redmond 1Iledmond
Redmond rf r t I I 3 1 0 0 0rnloney 0Maloney
Maloney 1 b b4 4 0 0 13 1 1Scare 1 1Scare 1Senre
Scare c 5 I 1 2 4 0 0 0Glcrhart 0mOIhart 0Giorimart
Glcrhart I f I 1 2 1 0 0 0Cain 0Cain
Cain ss I a S 3 1 0 0 1 0 0Selsor 0Selsor
Selsor c f 3 1 0 4 1 1Pcntlergraft 1 1Pondergraft 1PellerglCtj
Pondergraft PellerglCtj p 4 i I 1 2 0 1 0 0Totals 0Tolnt 0Totala
Totals Tolnt 37 C 10 21 14 14OGDBN 1 1O 5 5odbEN
OGDBN OGDBNTotals O odbENAll DEN DENAI
AI All R I II PO A E ECase2 ECasey
Case2 Casey 2 b 4 3 0 I 1 0 0Nngle 0Nagle
Nngle I I I 5 2 4 1 1 1 1JauRen 1Ilausen
Ilausen C 4 I 1 7 0 1 1Omln 1lhnhin
JauRen lhnhin c t 5 2 3 1 1 0 0Clark 0Clark
Clark Omln 1 b 4 3 1 10 1 0 0Ilnrke 0Ilnrke
Ilnrke H s 4 0 2 I 5 3 0 0cGregor 0McGregor
Ilnrke cGregor 3 b r 0 0 1 4 1 1Buth 1Bluth
Bluth r t 4 2 1 I 0 1 1HansCord 1Ilansford
Buth HansCord p 4 4 1 1 0 2 0 0Total 0Totals
Totals Total 39 3 14 1 j 13 27 i iSCORE 13 4 4SCORE 4SCORE
SCORE BY INNINGS INNINGS12345C789 ININGS ININGS124G789
12345C789 124G789 124G789Oglen 123450789Ogden
0 Ogden den 0 00420 0 4 2 0 1 B 2 14 14Park 1 14Iark
Park Oglen City City l 1000000 000000506 000000506Struck 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 5 0 06 06Struck G GStruck
Plrk Struck out by Haiiflford C 6j Pender Pendergraft PenderrC PendCrgraft ¬
graft 2 Threebase hits Glmlln Gimln G Ger Gerhart Gler Glerhart er erhart
hart rC Twobases hits Glerhart Hanley HanleyNagle HanleyNagle hankyNagle
Nagle Qualm Bases on balls bals Hans Hansford HunsCord Hansford
ford C Gmln Pendersraft lendcrgrC 4 4 Sacrifice Sacrifce hits hitsHausen his hislausen hitsIhiusen
Hausen Redmond Left on bases Og Ogacn Ogden 0gden
den lausen C Park City 9 let Time 20 > Um Umpire Umplre Umimpiro ¬
pire Claikson ClaiksonLAGOONS Cukson CuksonJOOO ClazksonItGOO5
LAGOONS JOOO 8 a SALT SA HI LAKES JIS 1 1Opening 1Ollcnlnl 1Opeimimig
Opening Ollcnlnl of the Season at Lagoon LagoonYesterday lnoolYcstcrl1a LagoonYestorila
Yesterday Afternoon AfternoonIt AOernoonI
It was an errorless erorleu game plarcd at atLagoon at1goon atLugoon
Lagoon I yesterday > afternoon nfernoon between betweentho
tho Salt Lakes and Lagoonsorrorless Lagoonsorrorlessbarring JngoonH4rrorless JngoonH4rrorlessbarrin
Lkes
barring the rank and awful twCul Judgment Judgmentof Judlcnt
of barrin Umpire Jack Greenwell Oleenwel The Th Joss of ofthe 01the ofthe
the game cnn be almost traced to three threeof
of his decisions decisionsIn lHelsloIn
In the fIrst Irst Inning Innlns McCausland came cameto cameto
to the bat and the pitcher Jltcher sent lent one onewhich ole olewhich onewhiehi
which measured mfuretl even with McCaus McCauslands McCauslanda cCaus cCauslouds
lands eyes but Greenwelt Greenwel called cnled It I a astrike astrlke astril
strike e eel McCauilaml McCaultl then thel made i 1 sin sincle sinIe singb
gb cle strlke Ie and stole to second He le ran to third thirdon
on a distinct balk of Newmyers but butGreeawell butGreeuwel butareeuwehl
Greeawell distnct calKd him out outAnother QutAnther outAnother
Greeuwel cnlu
Another Insiance of unfairness was waswhen waswhen waswhen
when Anther Morrow came clme to the bat Three Threehalls Threl Threlhals Threebails
halls had been called caled and onl one an strike strikeThe strikeThc strikeThe
The hals next ball pitched 1lch1 missed mlled the plate platel plateby lato latob
bal threw his hisat hisllat hisbut
l b by a god foot and Billy iiIy ly away
but at and ramto ran to first frt Grcenwcll Greenwel called calleda colell colella
strike and without glclng Morrow Morrowtime Morrowtime rorrowtme
a time strlte to come to wihout the bat again allowed allowede alowed alowedIhe
tme the e pitcher to put one over the plate platend plnteand plateand
and nd 11lcher Morrow orrow was called CINI out The crowd crowdroared crowdronred crodroared
roared at those tlleFeIbcIslat5 decls Irrlsloh ohs but It I did l no noeood noood nogood
good K l lvery time Captain Cot11011 Pace uttered utteredprotest uteed uteedn uttereda
protest t agaInst t anything Inthlng he dtemed dtemedunfair l tDemedunfair emed emedunCalr
n
unfair the umpire ordered him off tho thod thoBuffer thodlnmond thedimutond
d dlnmond dlnmondni dimutondlimit
Buffer limit for nil that the game was Wt ns the thehct thohp tImehPt
hct hp ni t ever teen al In these parts The pitch pitchIn pich pichIn
In of Pink Hawley unit Ncwmeyer Ncwmeyerwas
was of o mnscrly order nnd their sup suport IUpport suprort
perfect In one or two In Initanceg InIancel Intanees
port ort was 1I5
itanceg tanees the perlrrt bate bne running runnl of the Salt SaltLake Snittake SaltLake
Lake Iancel was IS not what It ught to have havel havebeen havebeen
l been beenThe beenTime >
eThe The notable features of the game gamewere gameveto ame amewere
were to o brilliant brllnnt catches b bl third thirdbaseman thlr1ba thirdbaseman
baseman ba emnn McNlchols of the newcomers newcomersand nel new omer omernnd omners omnersand
Lakes UkenBurr lkesIlur LakesBarr
and Morrow of the Salt Sal
Burr sent senla ft cannon ball down toward towardthird t01nrd t01nrdthird towardthird
third Ilur all McNlchols caught clulht Il with wih one onehand onehom1 onehand
hand It was done so quickly that tht ev everybody e eerybodY eerybody ¬
erybody hom1 I thought IM the ball bal w WU lost Mar Morrows Marrow1s Ior Iorrws ¬
thoulht seventh seventhmnlnc MenthInnlnl seventhInninC
rows catch was made mllle In the
mnlnc rws Newmyer emeer knocked one out outh outhigh outhigh
h high Innlnl eh and dry and Morrow was wa seen leen to tojump tojump tojump
jump for Or It ft t looked like lke he Jumped Jumpedtra umpedten
ten f feet l high bllh I and nd al almost t turned tured R 1
BUmorinult lumcunUl Big 1s Jtft hand shot up P amid nndclinched amidtiinehed nd ndlllchel
clinched lllchel tho tw ball for or sure The he crowd crowdyelled crowdelell cotvdyelled
yelled elell itself Iselt Ijoatue and Morrow was wasthe wnsth wastIme
the th Idol of the hour hourTh hourThl hourThu
Th Thl crowd wpo WiD probably Ironbly tho ltirge ltirgeevur Irmmest Irmmestever ltel
evur cion reef at lt a ball bol game at Lagoon LagoonTho Ialoon Ialoonhl LaRoonlhci
Tho hl diamond Ilnmol1 wan wU In II good condition c ndlUol ont amieverything ontoVerthlng andeverything
everything went ent off or well wel with thq ox oxcoptlon oxcel1tII cxCalitiolt
coptlon cel1tII of an Oi accident neldent to Sleepy SleeIY Sim Siminone flm IiinInomme
inone 111 and nd Danny Taylor lllor In tho fourth fourthInning CourthInnlnA fourthInning
Inning InnlnA Simmons 5111018 was hit hi on the right rightarm rllht rllhtarl riLitnra
arm arl bv b a terribly swift 8WH ball bal thrown by
Hawley lawIE It I was feared that Simmons Simmonsarm Slmlons Slmlonsarl
arm arl was WIR broken roklt and nn Dr Ellcrbeck Ellcrbeckwna lmerbeckWI3
wna WI3 called colell from the craM stand to at attond attend at4 at4tommd
tend him hll Simmons suffoied IUftlt1 stant great greatly reat reatIy ¬
ly and could c uh1 not nt remain rOlaln In tho game gameSuhnablog gameSuimnniIos ale aleSchnallef
Suhnablog Schnallef took his pla pllle pllleIn pImme pImmeIn < e eIn
In the sixth Inning Ilnllg Danny Dalt Taylor Taylorwas TalorWtS
was WtS hit a Jolt on the left arm which whichcarno whichear whichcaine
carno ear A near putting him out of the bu bUll bUllrUII busiaIls l lHUH
HUH HUHBefore rUII aIlslkfaro
Before IILoro the pnme gnn1 Nels els Margetts and nll
Kldder lhltor wero pnictlcJng PllclJlg when llen the latter latterthrew laUerImm latterI
threw Imm I nn upahoot and Ild struck ti uolc Nels on onth ontii
th third tird lager fnlor of the right hand tear tearinq tor tortn teariimq Oi
inq tn ger the ttirlbly ttirlblyTho t1 tlribl1TIm ril null 11 off of nail all lacerating Inlcratn the fin flnger fn fnger finger
lows The TIm detailed dclalM account of the game fol
LAGOON LAGOONAB I AaOO
AaOOl AB l R IB t PO A AE AEr E ETfjsuc 1
Tfjsuc r tICel PS 4 0 1 1 0 0
Bradley th1ltU cf c t 1 1 200 20 2 0 0 081n101R
Simmons 81n101R rf 1 0 0 00 0 0 0
Weaver WCVer lb 1 2 8 0 0
StOney stQIl 2b 21 3 0 0 3 0 0
McNIook McNlo 3b 3 0 1 3 3 0 01nfor
hotter 1nfor e a 0 1 8 1 0
Cotton Colon lf 3 0 0 1 0 0
Nowmoyor p I I 2 0 1 0 3 0
Schnables rf I 0 0 1 0 0 0Totals 0Totals
Totals 2 29 2 7 21 7 0 0SALT 0str 0C
C SALT LAKI3 LAKI3AD 1 1KflAth IU IUD
AD D R IB 110 PO A E EMrCatwland I IrrCauldand EMcCnusland
MrCatwland c 4 0 1 7 1 0
Pace 1 ace lb 3 0 1 11 1 0 0orO
Morrow orO of f 4 0 0 3 3Vebstor 0 0 0Wfhstor
Webstar Wfhstor s SI I 1 3 2 2halo 1 0 0Hale 0Halo
Halo rf i 0 0 0 0 0 0lnerr
Xlmortr lnerr lf I 4 o 3 1 1 0 0
Williams WtlnmR 3b 4 0 2 0 0 0
Burr Ilirl21 Jb 4 i 0 0 2 2IIavIey 2 0 0HIh
Hawley HIh p I I 3 0 1 0 0Taylor 3 0 01
Taylor rf 1 0 0 0 0Totals 0 0 0Totals
Totals 33 1 8 21 8 0 0SCORE 0SCOl 0SCOIt13
SCORE SCOl UY 1Y INNINGS INNIGS
12345789 12345789Lagoon 123456789Lagoon
Lagoon 0 000200002 000200002hits 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2Hits 2I
Hits I Is 1 01301 0 1 3 Q I 1 0 7 7Errors 7Errors 7Errors
Errors 0000000000 0000000000Salt I 0 0 0000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 00Salt 0 0Sni
Salt Sni Lake 0 0100000001 0100000001Hls 10000000 1 0 0 0 0 0 001 001IIIt 1 1lifts
lifts Hls 1 301011018 301011018Errors 3 010 0 1 0 11 1 1 01 0 1 8 8r Srrors
Errors r rrors 00000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Sacrifice 0Sacrlfco
0 Sacrifice Sacrlfco hit Stoney Stone Stolen bases
McCausland Webster Williams Wllnms Brad Bradley BralIe lhradIcy ¬
Icy Ie Bases lases on balls bals Newmeyer 1
Hawley 1 1 Tlircebase Thleebase lilt hi Webster
Double play lila HorferLogue HorerI ue Hit lt by bypitcher h hIllcher bypitcher
pitcher Illcher by Ncwmeyer Newme Taylor bv
Hawley Simmons Slnmons Struck out by New Newmeyor Newmeyer Newmeyer ¬
meyer Pace Morrow Hale 2 Barr nlrr 2
Hawley7 Jawle7 by I ii Hawley Logue Sim Simmons Simmon Sunnmonn ¬
mon McNlcoU Cotton Rtoticy
Coton
SchnnblcsG Scllablls6 Left Iel on bases Salt Sal Lakes
1 Lagpin Inlfn 7 Umpire Greenwell Oreenwel Time
135 Attendance Atendance 1250 1250L 1 50 50I
L I I n K vs s Lrlif LrlifManager Irl 1cliiManager
Manager MlnaKer Bnesott JnS801t of the L L D S base ba e ¬
ball bal team took his hi players 111ayer to Lehl hl this thismorning thismornIng thismorning
morning to play the crack team of that thatplace thatplnce thatplace
place placeThe plnceTho placeThe
The team accompanied by a I number numberof
of rooters left hero at S oclock ocock this thismorning thisorlng thismorning
morning orlng Thomas and Marx Is tho bat buttery battery battory ¬
tery for or the team teamMectlnn tenmcctnl teamMiciimig
Mectlnn cctnl or CrlolfctrrH CrlolfctrrHCricket CrluklfIH CrluklfIHCrcket CrIoIetpmHCricket
Cricket Crcket cnthuslnstft enthuAlnstf will wi meet In the theoffice tImeoffice i
office ofco of the he Thompson Real Hell Estate Estatecompany I fstaboCompany i icompnny
company 21 Wept Second South to tomorrow tomorro ¬ I Imorro1
morrow morro1 evening evenlnA at 7 oclock The ho ob object obJect ¬ I
ject of the meeting meeUI1 Is for the purpose purposeof pUrlose pUrloseot
of organizing a cricket club and Int put putting puttng rutting ¬
ting tng It I on a 1 sound basis basisTOMORROW bnslsTmlHlOW basisTOMOItILOtV
TOMORROW TmlHlOW EVENISOS BI ISOS EVENTS EVENTSUnlimited IWBSSUnlmlcd lVENTSUnlimmmttcd
Unlimited Unlmlcd Tun Tnl1101 Tamulem do in Plrsult Pursuit Itnco ItncoWill lnea lneaWi Itacowill
Will Wi bo the Kcaliiro KcaliiroMuch 1eI1uro 1eI1uroMuch leaItiroMuch
Much Interest Is centered In the theprobable thoprobnblo timeprobable
probable outcome of the tandem tnhlem pur pursuit pursuit pursuit ¬
suit race scheduled sehedulerlor for tomorrow tlmorrow even evenIng eenIng evenlag
Ing at the Salt Sal Palace Inlnce between Iv Iver r and andJohn nn nnJohn andJohn
John Lawson and ant Clem and an Charley CharleyTurvllle ClmarleyTumvilie
Turvllle TurvllleThe TUIle TUIleThe TumvilieThe 1 I
The riders will 1 ili start from opposIte oppOBltoBides olPolle olPollesltcs opposIteSIdes
Bides sltcs of tho track and the race will willnot wi willmmot
not 10t end until unt ono team overtakes the theother thoother timeother
other The purse Is S5 125 175 70 to go to tothe totho tothe
the winners wlnnciRTho winnerslhe winnersTime
Time lhe program culls culs for or a threequarter threequartermile threequnrtr
mile mie professional handicap prizes 45
323 25 10 0 and 5 5There 5rwie 5flieme
There rwie will wi be n one mile mie amateur amateurhandicap amnteurhandicap amateurhandicap
handicap for J22M 22f 810 10 0 5 and J2CO J2COThe UOThe 2roIhe
The mixing Ixlng of the handicap handlco will wil not bo bofinished bofnished befinished
finished fnished until unU tonight tonightItlllo tonightBlo tonightflub
Blo Itlllo Club Shoot ShootIn 8hootIn
In the Rifle nle club shoot yesterday estOrln af afternoon nfternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon fifteen ffeen marksmon participated partlulpatpdThere purtcpnled purtcpnledfhero
There was WI9 a large attendance ntenllanco at the theshoot theshoot timeshoot
shoot which was the best since llco the theorganization theorRanluton theorganization
organization orRanluton of the club Following olowlng Is Isthe Isthe Istime
the detailed etled score scoreWeatherson scoreWeatheron scoreWeathmerson
Weatherson Weatheron 5 4 4 B I 4 4 4 H 4 C 1 541 541Hllbert 5 5Hlbert 541filbert
filbert Hlbert 5 6 I 4 4 3 1 4 B I 4 5JJ 5JJSharp 53fharp 5liSharp
Sharp fharp 3654 3 I I 5 4 14544 1 4 I 5 4 4 442 442Thompson 4UThompson 442lhomnpscmn
Thompson 4 34445544 3 4 4 t I 5 4 4 4 fIl fIlMcConahay 41 41McConahay
McConahay 144434 t 4 4 4 3 4 5 I 4 4 4tO 410Chrlstensen 4tOChristensen 4tOChrIstensen
Christensen 343434 3 4 3 4 3 4 5 r 4 1 4 BW BWBenton I 540lienton
Benton 4344 434 4 4 4 U4B4 t 34 4 I 5 4 4SS 4SSMoore 4 4Mooro 4iooro
Moore 4 144 44444443 4 4 4 4 4434 4434Johnson 4 4 i 4 4o 4oTohmnson 0 0Johnson
Johnson 3 34654443 3 4 I 5 5 4 4 4 3 430 430Bennett 13J 13Jlen 43Bennett
Bennett len nett 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 l 430 430Scrvls 4 4Sels 43Servls
Scrvls Sels 3 344 4 4 B4 5 4 34 3 4 34 i 4 4JS 4JSLltchflold 43SLitcimficid
Lltchflold Ilchfeld 425343441 4 2 5 3 4 3 4 I t B35 B35Boy 53Roy 3S 3SHay
Boy 3 33443 3443344 4 4 3 3 44 4 4 3331 3331Shearman 3 3U 3UShearman 334iThezmrman
Shearman 34343 3434324 i 3 4 3 2 4 3 2 213 213Brockbltk 633 633Brockbank 538Ilrockbnnk
Brockbank Brockbltk 33424 3 3 4 2 4 34 3 4 2 3 331 331OUTSIDE 331OUTSlII
OUTSIDE OUTSlH EVENTS EVENTSEASTERN EV3N1SltSTEhIN
EASTERN 1 tSTlms HALL nII GAMES GAMESNew QnmsNew AI1SNew
New Yorkers Ylrkerl Mmlo MiuioThirtyoric rllio Thirtyone Hits HitsOH JtN JtNon hitsoft
OH ClnolniuUl ClnolniuUlSTANDING Cilolnnnti CilolnnntiSTANDNG ClimoiimimntlSTANDIIG
STANDING STANDNG OF THE TIE CLUBS CLUBSP
P W L I PC PCNew IC ICNew PCNew
New York 81 19 12 C12 C12Cincinnati 612Cincinnati 12 12Clnolnnat
Cincinnati Clnolnnat 35 3 20 15 Ii 671 671Plttsburg 57 57PI 571Pittsburg
Plttsburg PI 3S 3 21 17 1 K2 K2Philadelphia C 14219
Philadelphia 1hla1eJphla tsburg 37 19 1 IS 513 513Brooklyn 513Brooklyn 1
Brooklyn I 3d IS I 18 1 COO COOSt 500St SOGSL
St Louis 37 17 20 459 459Boston 459oston 419Boston
Boston St 30 13 17 433 431Chicago 433Chlcao 433Chicago
Chicago 40 15 25 175 175YESTERDAYS 375YESTIRDAYS 15 15YESTEnDAYS
YESTERDAYS GAMES GAMESCincinnati OA GAMESCincinnati tS tSCincInnt
Cincinnati CincInnt 0 New York 9 9Chicago 9Chiago 9Chicago
Chicago Chiago 6 Brooklyn Brook 7 7TODAYS 7rODAYS 7TODAYS
TODAYS GAMES GAMESBoston GA GAMESBoston mS mSnos
Boston nos ton at Cincinnati CincinnatiBrooklyn Cincinnat CincinnatiBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brokln nt Chlcnco ChlcncoNew Chlcn ChicuiroNew o oNew
New YOlk at Pltlsburg PltlsburgPhiladelphia Plt6hur Plt6hurIhlndclplla PittsburgPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Ihlndclplla at St Louis LouisCincinnati LuIs LuIsClnclhlat boutsClncltmnntioNeW
Cincinnati Clnclhlat ClncltmnntioNeW 0 New w York nrk 0 0Cincinnati OCincinnat 0Cincinnati
Cincinnati 0 June flNew ew York Yorkbroke Yorllbroke Yorkbroke
Cincinnat
broke tho seasons batting batn record hero herotoday hro hrotClny heretoday
today tClny The crowd was wa the largest lrget In Inyears Incat inyears
years and little Ito room for fielding nchln was wasloft wasIICI wasleft
loft IICI cat With Wih two men out In the ninth ninththe ninththe ninthtIme
the crowd grew W tired tred of the game Iam and andswarmed andawnrmed andswarmed
swarmed out Ir In the field ft1 The umpire umpirethen umpIrethen umpiretherm
then gave the game to New York YOlk by b a ascore 1 ascore
score of 9 to 0 Attendance Atendance 17 lUSI lUSISCORE 17OSISCORE OS I ISCORE
SCORE SCORE
R H I E ECincinnati nCincInnat KCincinnati
Cincinnati CincInnat 13 18 5 5New I 5New
New York 2J 21 31 4 4Batteries 4BatteriesPhillips
Batteries naterlesIhllpl BatteriesPhillips Phillips Rusle Hu lc McFad McFaddcn MeFadden rcFallden
den and nn < Berg Jerl Bergen nj n Phyle Ihle and anl Warner WarnerUmpire Warer WarerpmPlroI atncr atncrVmphreImnslie
Umpire Emtlle EmtlleChlcaao
pmPlroI VmphreImnslie VmphreImnslieChicago Js1e Js1eChlcno
Chicago 0 I Rrnnklrn lrlldrn 7 7Chicago 1Chlcolo 7Chicago
Chicago Chlcolo June 9 9The The prooklyns won wona
a close but rather rnth r loosely 1101 played 11e game gametoday gametoday ame ametO
today tO a the errors erors on both oth sides being beingcostly boln bolncost beingcostly
costly cost WaddeU Wn111el was as effective electe In all al ex excepting excClltng cxcepting ¬
cepting cClltng the opening Inning but lost his hisown hison hisown
8100 own game In the fifth 11h Attendance AttendanceSCORE Atendance
800 SCORE
R R1I R1IC IT I C CChicago CChicago
Chicago C eI 6 12 4 4Brooklyn 4Broklyn 4Brooklyn
Brooklyn 7 10 10t
Broklyn 4 l l III t
t
HatterlM Ilntlrles 1iatterisVndthll Wodlhl Vnddtll an UI I Kllny Kllnymid IIIt 1 11 ujh ug1ms ug1msnhd 1
mid Farrell 1lrrel UmplieDwycr UmplieDwycrAmerican UlplrDwcr UlplrDwcrIJcrloll UnmpireDvyerAmimerionim
American IJcrloll League LcnuueSTANDING Icnlo IcnloSTANDNG LeagueSTANDING
STANDING STANDNG OF TUB TI CLUBS CLUBSP
P 1 W 14 Pt PCChicago PtChlcno PtChicago
Chicago 29 26 13 SCO SCODetroit 6MJ G0 G0lttit
J Detroit rll i M 33 22 16 B7 B7Washington 5I 5IVshingtom 1 1iW
iW Washington < shlngtol 131 SI 18 13 5TO 5TOBaltimore TQ TQJlllhlore YQIinitiimmore
Jlllhlore Baltimore a 31 1C 1C UC UCPhiladelphia G GVlmiiadeiphmia
Philadelphia lhlnlelphln 3G 17 17lwaukto > m 4T2 4T2Milwaukee 72 72iilwamkeo
Milwaukee lwaukto IT 14 1 23 2 3T 3TCleveland 3TB 3TBCleveland n nClcvelund
Cleveland 30 IS 1 23 301 301TODAYS 3GltODA 301rf
TODAYS rf tODA Jjy5 T GAMUS GAMUSChicago OMBSChIco QAMiSChicago
Chicago ChIco go 1t at Washington WashingtonCleveland Wn WashmintonCleveland hlnlton hlnltonCleulalil
Cleveland Cleulalil at Baltimore BaltimoreDetroit lallnure lallnureDl1trolllt flaitinmoreDetroit
Detroit Dl1trolllt nt Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMilwaukee Ihla PhiladelphiaMllaukeo ellhin ellhinMlwlukQ
Milwaukee MlwlukQ at Boston BostonMcGOVIillX BostonlcGOlmN BostontkGOIItN
McGOVIillX IN NKV YORK YORKHo 10m 101tltiL
11 Ho iL Hiiyw That hat llurrcra em s Mighty MightyClover lllht lllhtOloel MI4iitCI
Clover CloverNow OloelNo CI ev evNew
Now No York Juno Jun 10 101crr Terry McQovorn McQovornhas
has arrived In New York fresh rre h nom rota his hisrecent htsrecent hisrecent
recent victories IHlrles on tho Paclllo lul11o coast coastWhen coaatWhIm coastWiiin
When asked ask 11 what ho thought of Her Herrera Hcrrel 11crrera
rera rel Terry erry aldi salduTimat aldiThat I
That fllt fellow Celo took a a lot of beating beaUnl and andno andI
no I mistake Illtolte 110 Is mlulity clever too tooIn to toIn tomIn
In the fourth round he le hit me two twoxvallops twowalO11 twovnhiops
xvallops walO11 on the neck nee Ie and up to the thegongtup thelonlHUl1 timegongtap
gongtup lonlHUl1 I didnt t know Inol whether UI 1 was wason WIS wason
on 011 my feet t ct or sitting sltnt down lon Any An lighter lighterwho 11htlr 11htlrho fightermImo
who ho wantn wlntl to challenge chnlel o him 1m him can do io it I
but they can Ctl take the tip tl from Irol me methat methat mflOthnt
that Hcrreni Ierreln can canl1ut put In II a I punch IJnch nearly neailyMH nlolly nlollynK
MH hard har ni us it Tom Share I think ho hocould hooouhl hacommld
could whip Joe Bernstein lcrlltoln and Ind Kid KidBroad I Kidliroad hI hIlrull
Broad lrull easily n I He came Clml lelr near doing mo moup Ile Ilelll limoup
up lll with wih the swift swl full arm arr swings that thath tluithe
I he 11 h kept putting utnS In II and Inll Is good gool enough enoughfor enoughfor
for the best of them thornManager themlon themMaimrmor
Manager lon 1cr Harris Iarls who accompanied accompaniedMiGovctn aecompnnlellMlGoot accompaniedMGOVCiim
MiGovctn MlGoot was os told toll that It was 10 10ported 10 10pprtCI lOpprtetl
ported pprtCI n day itt U after uior the battle baUe with wih Her Herrera Herrern 11crrert
rera rern that McGoVern rcCocr oould ould have hlo won In Intho Intho iiitime
tho first frst round rOlnd but butlll hold off or for sundry sundryreasons mnmadryreasons unllY unllYreasonH
reasons This lhls aroused arousel Harris 1orrls and ho horetorted horetorted Imoretorted
retorted that the report was a a fabrica fabrication talrlcl fabricatiom ¬
I
tion tionKirrVFIFTH tiomIIU1YF1lTI
tol tolPWlPWll
KirrVFIFTH PWlPWll ANNUAL SSUAl NUAL KEGElTTA KEGElTTAThursday mmWZfA mmWZfA1hUIIIII1 it1aitrAlimit
Thursday 1hUIIIII1 limit iml mm Juno JUIU J Ii ii nLO UOColitinbla WColUlhlt Col ii mu hi a nnd nndConstitution 111 111CouBttutln mmmiiiCoast
Constitution CouBttutln Coast Itiitiopi to Sail SailNew Sul SiiiNew
New York Juno Jun 10 10he The secretary of ofthe 01the oftime
the New York Yacht club has made an announcement nn10lncemcnt announcemiment ¬
nouncement 10lncemcnt of the IlftyIUth fItyICh annual re regatta reo reogatl rogatta ¬
gatta gatl to be held on Thursday June 20 20and 20and 20antI
and for the Glcncovcr cups to be sailed sailedon Halel
on Oi June 26 In the latter Inter event It is ex expected exIlectcd oxPeeted ¬
pected the Columbia and Constitution Constitutionwill Consttuton Consttutonwi
will wi meet for the first Irst time timeThe tm tmlhe timmmerhe
The lhe first Irlt event Is II one aie oneof of a series con continued contnued contiimued ¬
tinued tnued since the formation tormnton of the New NowYork NewYorl NewYork
York Yacht club fifty Ify years ago There Theroaro Thereao
aro ao only two annual regattas regalal missing
from the list lst Each omission was due ue to toa toI tomm
a I war The Thl first frst skip was In ISM and andthe an antho andtime
the second In 1S9S IS S when submarine submarinemines submlrlnc submlrlncmiles submmrnrtnemullioN
mines miles were ere in the lower bay bayThere ba bafhere bayThere
There were live 1p classes for schooners schoonersand schoonrs schoonrsnnl
and nnl six for or single slnllo masted mastel vessels and andyawls nndwls timidyawis
yawls wls In the annual regatta regata For prizes prizesthere prlesthere prizestlmcra
there are a 1 regular cup for first frst If two twoor
or more start a 1 cup CU for second If four fourormon touror fourorlmiorr
ormon or morl start starttiie the cruising cruislngilne time tme cupsand cupsandthe cupsall cupsallthe
the Bnnott Regatta leata cups CUI offered orered by b bCommodore
Commodore James Gordon Bennett Dennet Jr JrIn JrIn Jrin
In 1S71 1871
International Intcrnatonal I uiterna loimal Boat Race RaceNew Ilce IlceNewYork ItumecNew
New NewYork York June 10 10In In the house of ofcommons atcommon ofcomnmons
commons today says the London cor correspondent corresponlent correspommdeuit ¬
respondent responlent of tho Tribune Mr Ir Wynd Wyndham WIHIham Wymmdimztnm
ham will wi he asked whether Whelhel he Is s aware awarethat awarcthat awarethat
that an international hIrnatonRI boat race between betweenlAMinsyhunla uetwlt1 ijetwen1emmumsyittmmfa
lAMinsyhunla 1lllyl1111 university and Dublin Dublinunlursltj Dublinunhlrsl DublInunicrsity
unlursltj unhlrsl will wil take place In July on the thelakei theInkes tImelakes
lakes of 01 Klllarnoy Ilarlw and an If In view of the thefact th timefact I
fact that this event will wi cause OUMen a num number llln lllnbel pimmimher ¬ I
her bel of people II ollle from America Arrlll and Ind other othercountries othercountrle othercoummtrlos
countries to vblslt 11181 Klllirnsy IWI1ny ho hI will willgive suilgive 1
give directions dlreetonR to the thl police pllre authorities authoritiesat authorItes authorItesnt
at Queonstown nnd elsewhere to denlst denlstfrom deMlstCrom tiesistfrom
from asking names InmCR and II examining the thopersons theIlersons timelersons
persons and ane luggage luggal of such visitors visitorsunder vIsitorsunler isitorsunder
under unler the tle pretext of rearchlng for arms armsRacer armsl1cor armsltmmeer
Racer l1cor a I Iollcoimui IollcoimuiNow Iolccmr IolccmrNow
Now York June June1Cimarles loVkJharles hnle M Mur Murphy MurbilmI ur urlIl ¬
phy lIl of Brooklyn Irooldn the bicycle 111 ele rider riderwhose rlilorwhose riderwhose
whose race against nlnlnAt time tme with wih itii a 1 loco locomoth locomotho iocomotIve
moth Q to pace pce him H H few IeI years ago agoobtnlned agoolltnlnO agoalmtmlned
obtnlned olltnlnO for him hIm the till tte of Mile lle n nmlnuto n1111t aminute
minute 1111t Murphy has hl8 given 1111 up u fh time jjurt jjurtand JIIlrt JIIlrtand imirtand
and will 11 be appointed to the tle Now Ntw York Yorkpolice YorltIloHt Yorkhm0iiC
police force Be Il has passed the last ex examination examinaton cxamninathon ¬
amination aminaton successfully amid Iml recently recentlywas recelt
was notlllcd Illlee to appear for duty 11ut He will willprobably wll willprobably
probably be nsslgnod < to the bicycle bicycletqnad Ilcclo IlccloIlnal bicyclemmqumad
tqnad tqnadMurphy Ilnal mmqumadMurphy l
Murphy has been a successful suceelsrul bicycle bicycleracing hlcclorRclnr hicycieraring
racing rRclnr man ever since 1SSO In 1S97 Mum Mutphy Mum1imY IUI IUIhr
phy hr cave Ie VC up riding rlllng In open races and anddevoted nnddeoted anddevoted
devoted hlmsrlf hll 111 to exhibitions cxhlbltonH tho thogreatest thogNlt thegreatest
greatest gNlt t of which was WI his mile mie In inioconils 57 57seconds 51fOonts
seconds fOonts paced by W lL i locomotive locomoto of the theLong Ihe1ong timeLong
Long Island hlanl Railroad Hnlroad nt Maywood Ho HoImi le lehus liehmus
Imi won about 30000 GOO In prizes and many manymedals mnnyme manymedals
medals me als nnd other trophies trophiesWORK trophiesWORK
1 1om
WORK om < OF COOPER UNION UNIONMr UN 10t 10tMr
Mr Ctrnegle Has la Plans for Extending Its ItsScope Is Iscope Itscope
Scope cope and Usefulness UsefulnessII
II I l I ii to lip I ItcniotlclritIniliikirlil UCloJedllllltrlaJ I 11 UI UIIUI n ntriiiii I IeIiiI
triiiii IUI eIiiI to II he Tlmto llle Second Sflld to toouc 10NOlI meoie
NOlI > ouc In thin til World WorldJfew oril orilNe irmd irmdNew
New Ne York June 10 10The The Herald says saysAndrew soyAndre saysAndrew
Andrew Carnegie who was as elected a atiustee n atrustee
trustee of Cooper Union last Ilst October O tober Is Iscredited Iscredited Iscredited
credited with wih a 0 a plan for the extension extensionof oxtmslon
of the work begun beul by h the late Peter PeterCooper Ietcr IetcrCooper IctcrCooper
Cooper which will wi Involve the expen expenditure expenlturo expendituro ¬
diture of a n large sum of money mone Coop Cooper ¬
er Union UJlon It I is said by one In authority authoritywill authoritywi
will wi be le remodeled rClodeled to make room for forthe torthe fortime
the Improvements contemplated by Mr MrCarnegie MrCnrlgle MrCarnegie
Carnegie Cnrlgle whose purpose Is to dupli duplicate dupl duplicate ¬
cate ca te the present t endowment t fund fundamounting Cundamountng fundamounting
amounting amountng to J2054015 205411 without wihout attract attracting atrnt atrntIng attractSiimg ¬
ing attention atenion to himself himselfMr
Mr Carnegie has already given J300 300
000 00 as II a special endowment to Cooper CooperUnion CQoperUnlollld CooperUniomi
Union Unlollld and it Is said he would have haveraised havraIsed imaveraised
raised this Rift J1 to 13000000 30000 but bu t for Vho Vhofear hu huCeur imufear
fear that his munificence lunlenc would over overshadow oorshndo1 overshadow ¬
shadow shndo1 that of the founder of the In Institution Instuton Institution ¬
stitution stuton Peter Cooper Mr Ir Carnegies Carnegiesplan
plan white whie not fully fuly matured has been beenmade ben benmnde beenmade
made known approximately to the thetrustees thetrustees tImetrustees
trustees of Cooper Union It I was hinted hintedat hlntt
at by exMayor Abram Alram H Hewitt Ielt In his hisspeech hil hisspeech
speech speecl at the commencement OIIClcement exercises exercisesa eJorelses eJorelsesfo
a few fo days 111 ago ajO It I Is learned from raIn nn nnauthoritative nnIuthorlathe mmauthoritative
authoritative Iuthorlathe source that Mr Carne Carnegies Cameglel Carmmegiea ¬
gies glel purpose Ilurose I Is to add ad to tho Cooper CooperUnion COllJerCnlon ComerUnion
Union endowment as 01 quietly ulcly as possl posslblc posslbi possibli
blc bi and ery likely Ikel in Installments Instolments a agum ILsum m m511am
gum equal to the total of the gifts gis al already 11 11redy iiiready ¬
ready redy iccdved This means an audi addition addlton auditioim ¬
tion ton of at least 12000000 2000 to the general generalfund gner generalfund l lrund
fund fundUeforo fundBefore
rundleoro Before leoro leaving for or England Mr Car Carnegie Carnegle Caraegis ¬
aegis discussed wltht wlht Mr Hewitt Hewi and andthe andthe andtime
the other trustees trusteesotCooper of Cooper Union plans plansfor IllansCor Plansfor
for broadening bradeninG the scope of the Institu Institutions Instu Instutons Institutmon ¬
tions tons tmon usefulness It was WIS then decided decidedto lecldcd lecldcdto
to do away with wih the stores on the theground theground timeground
ground Hour 10or of the building uuldln on Third Thirdavenue ThIrdavenue fhlrdMenue
avenue side and to utilize utlze this thi space by bythe L Lthe bytime
the establishment eftnbl8hment of an industrial Inlulrlal mu museum museum museUni ¬
seum A ncuclus for tIr such a museum museumwas mu museumvas eum eumwa
was wa presented to the Union several severalyearn seVral seVralcal severaleanl
yearn cal ago 10 and Ind J Plcrpont Morgan Morjsn has hassince humsslpoe
since 8110 contributed four tOlr collection colecton of attextile oftextile C Ctexte
textile texte fabrics tlbrici nnd decorative dtorathe models modelsVnlueJ mOI modelsniue4 18 18yalulJ
VnlueJ yalulJ niue4 In all al at 1100000 000 which make makejiocKlblc lak lakJo make3iopsible
jiocKlblc lbl the creation reaton of a t muteum ruseum see second seeoel seeand ¬
Jo and to none In the world worldCA worldCSSO worldCtOA
oel
CA CSSO > NOXAIINO IISG liNGhIAiISTOhtMS liNGhIAiISTOhtMSecy JIAIISTOIIMS JIAIISTOIIMSSccj AISTOlmS AISTOlmSecr
Sccj ecr AVINon WIHIH IKSIIPS a Hullctln lulctn Call Calling Cal Callhag ¬
hag hll It I n Del Dcllnn DcllnnWlhlnton Dclimionasmington union unionVa
Wlhlnton Va hlngton Juno Jun 9The The extensive extensivereports utenshec extensivejport
reports c rt of United States Consul Covert Covertnt
nt tyYfnJ VP France Jranee relative to the sue suecess1 sue suoi
cess1 t i of f cannonfiring cannonfrlng In France as a a ameans ameans ameans
means of protecting protectnr orchards and vine vinoyard Ine Inearcl i iardi
yard arcl ardi i from hailstorms haliorma and also alo for
U + i I + jH +
t tWhon
When wo woBlurted woItnrtell westarted
Blurted Itnrtell to tobuild 4 4I f
I build shoes shoosfor shoesto shoesfor
for to man m11 nail 81cl10y 81cl10ywo boy boywo boywo
wo mado up upour upoUr
1 our mind ml11t to tobuild toLulel tobuild
build Lulel tho best bestshoos bostshoe
1 shoos shoe ve e could couldfor COUlllfor
1 for the t mousy mousyBvery mOI amoimeyIivry
Bvery I r time tme we saw sawn HW HWn
n chane chonc for foran or orr
r an Improvement Improvementvo 1
r wu vo 0 took advantage advantageof nlvnntago nlvnntagout
of It I until unt today todayvo
vo 0 know l < ow that wo wonre woAle weare
Ale building time thobest timebest 1
best shone for man mannnd manund imianmind
und boy bo In Inthis InthlB 1mmt
t this country countryThwo oultry
1 1 Thwo lhl o 300 30 shoos shoosfor shoel miimoost
for men are aregood aregood
t
good teeters tusteiHi tlstes tlstesROOISON teetersROBINSON
i ROBINSON ROOISON BROS GO GOSHOE COstioc 1
SHOE SIOC BUiLDERS DUILDfR5 124M 124Aln ln St Sttho 1 r rHI mthe
+ HI + + H + I I Itho
tho purpose I1UlI080 of mllleullng mltSltng or nullifying nullifyingthe lullng lullngtho
the effects cfects of Costs upon vegetation vefietntlonhavo cSItnton cSItntonhlwa
havo prompted luunoroim lmOrUUN inquiries Ilelulrl by byhorticulturists I iyiiomtieuitumlsts
horticulturists hOItcululllls In 11 tills country ns I to towhen 10Whl tovheum
when Whl If I at all al our lur uoveinment Ioewment would wouldadopt woulrladopt
adopt similar 8lnllf methods of iiiotectlon iiiotectlonProf protecton protectonIrot
Prof Irot Willis WIIII L I Moore tho chief of time thowonthur thlwlathor timeentlior
wonthur wlathor bureau ureuu acting Ictnl under ulder tho dl direction dlrecton dlmectlon ¬
rection recton of Scoy Bel Y Wilson WIIOI tlmrcforo tlmrcforolmn
haM Issued IHAUIl to the press 111e8S ress tho following followingstatement tolowlnI followIngstatement
statement statementAfter Itnttlent ItnttlentAfer statementAfter
After Afer an LI examination oxnmlnaton of all 11 that has hasbeen hnsbeln hasbeeim
been beln published Iluhlshed during llrlnl the past two twoyonrs twonn tsoYears
Years nn my conviction cOlllctul Is that we 0 have havehere havohele Imavohems
here to do 10 with u I popular 110lJlllr delusion lhl IOI as asretnnrkablo O asremnmtvkabhe
retnnrkablo rmurlenblo as I Is tho belief belut In the effect effectof ofcet
of the moon on tho weather Time un uneducated UI ummeducated ¬
educated peasantry of Kuropc l urolle scum I > om to tobo tobo tobe
bo looking lookll for something miraculous miraculousThey lulreulous lulreulousTho miraculousThey
They Tho would rather believe belee In cannon cannonadlng CllnOn CllnOnndllg cannoimadimmg
adlng ndllg as t a means of protection Ilroteeton and andspend nll nllAIINH auntsvemil
spend on u I abundance IbullolCe of money 10ley hue tlmoand tme tmeanr hueamid
and anr labor Inlol than adopt tIme very er simple simpleexpedient sImpleCXIelICmmt Imllieoxptdlent
expedient oxptdlent of mutual Insurance against againstho asllnst asllnsttho
ho losses that munt IUHt Inevitably Inelably occur occurThe occurThe occurTime
The Riaat grCnt processes IJCC9SI going f olni on In II the thoatmosphere theIhlosphere timeatmosphere
atmosphere Ihlosphere ama 110 conducted conductel on too large largea InrgeI
a I scale to warrant any nn man lan or nation nationIn naton natonIn
In attempting atemptng to control them Time Thoenow Timeenergy rhoenerry
energy enerry expended ex by b nature In the pro production producton production ¬
duction ducton of 01 a I hailstorm haistorm a I tornado tora n or ora ora ora
a rainstorm 1llnstorm exceeds tho combined combinedenergy combinedenorgy coummbinedenergy
energy of all nl time tlo steam stear engines and andexplosives nHl nHlexploHes anticxplosisee
explosives In the world It I Is useless uselessfor uAele
for mankind to combat nature on this thisscale thl thlscnle thisscale
scale scaleAfter scnle
scnleArer After Arer tho experience that this coun country COI coimntry ¬
try has hal had during durInA the past palt ten years ycarawith yearswitim ear earwith
with rainmakers rlnmnllers I am loth to believe believethat belovQ belovQthat believethat
that the bombardment of hailstorms hailstormswill haistorms haistormswi
will wi ever be practised prrtled or even attempt attempted ntemJt ntemJted ¬
ed In the United Unle1 Sinter Stlte much less on oncourngcd oncournged oncournged
cournged by the th Intelligent Intellgent portion porton of ofthe atthe oftime
the community Every effort efort should be bemade bemade hi himade
made to counteract the spread spren of the thoItalian theInlan timeItalian
Italian Inlan delusion which whlrh has hal been Im Imported 1mported lmnported ¬
ported Into this country by Consul ConsulCovert ConsulCoert ConsulCovert
Covert CovertSTALLION CoertSTI CovertSTALLION
STALLION STI M limiRK IIHm OA8I3 OA8I3Ilody OMm10rly iASlliady
Ilody 10rly of f limo Vlotlni Vioimnto lolm lo bo Kxliunicd Kxliunicdfur J xhulell xhulell1Jr
fur 1Jr Kxamliintlon KxamliintlonGalena Bxrlnaton BxrlnatonGnlena ExnmaimmatiomGalena
Galena Mo June 9 9An An unusual unusualscene unus11 unus11ceno unusualscene
scene Is presented hero at the pre preliminary preImtnary nrchlmtmmary ¬
liminary Imtnary hearing of Mrs John Stallion Stallionher Stuilon Stuilonher
her father JamcH Crnbtrec and his histwo histwo 115two
two cons Frank IIllle and nnr Charles Crabtrce Crabtrcefor Crbtree CrbtreetOI
for the murder muter of Alice Alce Stallion 8tlon thu thuwomans thowOllns tlmuwomimans
womans wOllns ICyearold daughter The Thehearing Timehearing he hehenrlng
hearing Is being bellg held Iwll In u 1 grove tho thotwo timetwo
two justice jUtc09 sitting sitng nt a 1 table tnlio under undera
a tree and 2000 people attracted Itmeted from frompoints fromPoints rom
points 1101118 for 01 miles Ile arouml Irounll forming a cir circle cl cliele ¬
ele about lbout the court and tIme defendants defendantsNotwithstanding deCellants deCellantsNotwlhstondllg defendantsNotIthmstnmmdImg
Notwithstanding Notwlhstondllg no overt act has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been attempted yet ot threats havo been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made against alnlnst the Crabtrecs CrblrcC by many manyof
of the strangers strnglrl In town to I and Ind tho coun county county county ¬
ty ofltclals 01clals arc taking all al the precau precautions plecnu plecnutons picenutlons ¬
tions tons possible to piotect the prisoners prisonersGalena prlsonorsGnlena prisonersGnhena
Galena Is off the railroad mlroad and ane the fact factthat Cnctthnt facttimat
that 2000 people would care to como comomiles comoI10s comemaims
miles I10s to attend atend the hearing Is consid considered consMcreel considered ¬
ered significant significantIt Ilgnlcant IlgnlcantI
It I has hlR been decided llocled to exhume exhul0 the thebody theIJoly timebody
body IJoly of the girl that It may lay be le ex examined examlnc1 oxamined ¬
amined amlnc1 by ly the doctors to investigate Investgnte a athfory I atlmeory
thfory of the county rOlnt eomumt prosecutor that a acriminal 1 acriamlimnl
criminal erlilul aiwnull was Tn nll mnde modI upon her herby Itr Itrhy herby
by one ule or both hfth Cmbtree Crnltree boys hOYI nnd Ind that thatthey thnlthey thmrmttimoy
they killed kiieci her to hide llile the crime crimepiiiLippiN13 crime111IIPISg crlnmepit
piiiLippiN13 111IIPISg pit ibI COMMISSION COMMISSIONHctiirns Ct llSSI llSSIHrturls mIiSSlON mIiSSlONliet
Hctiirns Hrturls liet mu rums to I Ii Manila Iui lnll milinfroun from flnl Tour r Orfra OrfraManila Or Orgutmihziiig n nIlzllt
Ilzllt mihziiig lrlII lrlIIManlo IruivImmivs IruivImmivsMuimlin
Manila Manlo Juno JUlO OThe Philippine Ihl11plno com commission com11810n cornmniion ¬
mission 11810n returned to o Manila lalln today from fromtho tll fmomntimo
tho province of Neuva Nelvn eumvti KHJo 1 rln Luzon Luzonhaving Iuzonh Luzoumhaving
having h vlng organized orgnnl11 provincial ovhllal govern government novernment governummont ¬
ment nt San Isldro Ildro capital aplol of the theprovince Ihoprolnlt thepmovinee
province prolnlt with Capt COJt Jacob F Krebs I rebl of ofthe 01the ofthe
the Twentysnronrt Tlent 8fColr Infantry IltBntr ns lS gover governor goernor goveruuor ¬
nor Lieut lllchord Hchard c 1 Pay Juy of the Thir Thirtyfourth ThlrtyCourth Tlmirtyfotirtim ¬
tyfourth volunteer infantry as trcas trcasRurer tfelUIKUrlr teimssorer
sorer KUrlr and Lieut 1 n 0 Lyles f ff > t the thetnmu theInmo hesame
same regiment rllhnent as 1 supervisor supervisorJildgo IIerllor IIerllorJldro supervisorJduga
Jildgo Jldro Taft told the people that If no nopower n nopower
power Itr were given to levy customs CUltOIS the theexpenses thel theeXfmmCes
expenses l nes of the central centrll government governmentwould toormnent toormnentvoul govornuneumtvoulil
would voul he paid PIllI by h additional addiional Internal Internaltaxos Inlernl Intornltaxes I Itaxo
taxes He le pointed f0lntel out oUt also alo that If I the thedecision thedclelon timedoelsion
decision dclelon of the authorities nuthorltes nt Washing Washington ¬
ton should shoul result resul In fre trade trale with wih the theUnited thetnl thetTimlmetl
United tnl 011 States opening openlnl up such u a great grtatmarket Irot Irotmarklt greatrnarkt
market marklt the th Increase In land values valueswould vulue valuesWflU1i
would enable the people to respond to tothe tothe totime
the Increased IncrfnSll Internal Interal taxes taxesThe taxesTh taxesThe
The Th northern ntrthel tour has been post postponed postponll postpened ¬
poned ponedTho ponll penedTime
The American astronomical commis commission comml8Ilon commnIssian ¬
sion Ilon has hal returned from roam Sumatra anti nndwill In Inwil antiIhl
will wil Ihl sail 8111 shortly hort for home homoLieut homeIleut homeLicut <
Lieut AVrays command ollnnll has 1M had six sixengagements el elengl sixengumgcnments
engagements engl clents with wih the th Insurgents InPlrglntl In tho thoprovince thoprovlnrl timelmrovumce
province provlnrl of Snrsogon Horloron Luzon IIon killing killingsix kiing kiingsix
six Twuitythree rw Wunthree mmtytimree Insurgents were pre cap captured ell ellturell caplured
lured at Atlmon Atmon province of Labas LabasSeveinl IabaReeml Labasieseutml
Seveinl minor captures cnpl UIS are reported reportedfiwn relJOrtCI1 reportedmain
fiwn CI1 main other parts of o Southern fouthprn Luzon Luzonwhere Iuzonwhere Luzonsvimerc
where the Insurgents In8UrJent are still stI active activeThe acte actehe activeThe
The he report circulated < lrculatl in the t he United UnitedBtrtes Unied UniedStrte UnitedStates
States that On Collies has
Strte CalIes surren surrendered Iuren Iurender sumruentiered ¬
tiered der < r I IF unfounded unfoundedIn lnlounted lnlountedIn
In n I battle bate with the Insurgents InsurAets nt
Ltpa ptovlnce of Imtangas Lieut Ilout An Anton Anton Anton ¬
ton Springer of the Twentyfirst TwentYOrt In Infantry InCnntr Infmmntry
fantry was killed 1 < led nnd Capt Cn t W R Wll WI Willmeirm
helm hl and nnl Lieut It Ilnmi Ilamsey > ey of the same sameicglment lameegtment samemeglment
icglment Lieut eut Pltzhugh I llhugh Lee rAl Jr and andHVe andle andI
HVe le I enjlstcd enisted men menwere were wIre wounded woundsdn woundal woundal01SI woundedohIiNtS1
01SI ohIiNtS1 sr n AUK 1 H itI CJLAD CJLADSntlNfYiotlnti nAn nAnI 1141t1Ixjiress
I Ixjiress xprrs SntlNfYiotlnti fntsrnoti at Prospective ProspectiveDeparture 1roHIlcelhoUepnrlrc lye lyelepautmmrc
Departure of Allied lh 11 Troops Troopsivkln Troopslmkin rOIIII rOIIIIPtlen
ivkln Ptlen June 9 9Time The Chinese express expresswu fXprOSItft xprossgreat
Itft great wu satisfaction satinCncton at the announcement announcementof annolnClent annolnClentot
of the Intention Intenton of 01 the court to return returnt rtur
t t1 < J Pekln In September Ail Al the for foreign forcign or oreiln ¬
eign eiln troops troopl with wih the exception excepton of Ui Uilegation the UUlIcluton thelegmition
legation Icluton guards are expected expeetel to with withdraw wih wih11ra willdraW ¬
draw 11ra before the middle 111le of that month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The only onl troops trop not already alfnll under underorders underordorl untienriloram
orders ordorl to withdraw wihdraw are the Ih Japanese Japnnetowhose Japaneowhose Japanesewhose
whose government goermcnt Is sending reliefs reliefsIt rtleCs rtleCsI
It I Is said however hOIcr at the Japanese Japaneselegation JII13eIpgoton Japmneselegation
legation Ipgoton hat fhn t when wh n Japan Is II absolutely absolutelycertain Ibolutel Ibolutelcertain absolutelycertalmi
certain that the other powers power are evac evacuating ovneuatn uvueunting ¬
uating uatn her own O1n troops trops can Cln be with wih wih11u ¬
drawn 11u n on two days notice noticeGcii notc noticeCen
Gcii Cel Voyron oon ihe French Fr neh commandtr commandtrhas 10mmnn1r 10mmnn1rhas
has Instruction Instructon to leave IIe one brigade brigadefor brlgllletor
for tcrvlce In China ChIn rind the French Frenchtranxtwrtt Frenchtrn Frenchtransports
transports trn lrts are ar en tn route routeTho rOI rotateTime
Time nritlsh flriIis wil will have completed cmp1ete their theirdeparture thlrde theirdeparture
departure de rture by b the end of September S the thetrnnnports thetn thetransports
dPi dil trnnnports tn Prt8 making Itklng two wo journeys to In India Indil IndPi ¬
FAVOUR POIS A Alhihlil Tiiinn TIBJ TERM TKIIMJrotrcnnr TmmConNMlnn TERMCongrsumimum
ConNMlnn Congrsumimum 9rocnor Jrotrcnnr tMTCnOr Wants Me MeKlnloy MclCiIilO3 10
Klnloy Klcclcil Once Olce More MoreCincinnati III IIICincinnat oie oieCincinnati
Cincinnati Cincinnat 0 June C CThere There has hasboen hn ima imabei
boen bten no time tna in our hlitory hi tory when hen con conditions on ondltln conditions ¬
ditions dltln would ou1d so 0 justify JUMtly the election electionof elfUol
of a I President PrCldlnt to a third trm us lS In Inthe Inthl intime
the thl case III of McKinley lclnle Mid Congress Congressman COI reBs reBsmRn ¬
man hum Charles H I Groivenor Orlenor today toa Mc McKlnley McRJRbey c cWII ¬
Klnley WII Is personally Jlorlonlh the most popular popularPrwldent pOlla popularlr1dent
I Prwldent we have hrI had hAl for or n long time timermd tme tmehnU timerind
rind ho has ha certainly cerainly most creditably creditablyrrerformpd credlabl credlablrrrorrl1
rrerformpd rrrorrl1 forml the duties dutl 1 of his high office officeI ofce ofceI officeItimlnk
I think It I Is II time tme furthermore to de demqllnh Iemol tiemnoisi
mqllnh mol mnoisi h the te fiction that thlt there Is an fn un uniwflUen unwfljen
iiton iwflUen law established etnblrhed by Washington Washingtonthat Wn hlnton hlntontht
that the President Preident of the United Unied States
may IR not Iwlnclel1t accept a 1 third thhtQri torn The Thenre Thl facts rnclnr factsare
are nr as any tn Btuduiit l tHlslt nf Die U11 ha times tlll may maydiscover Inn Innells lmmnyliseover
discover ells over thntl thnt It was 1 tho 10 four hr of de defeat deteat detent ¬
feat which Impelled Wellington to do doellrie doolne doolirme
Impeled
ellrie n third nomination Being Dell a Fed Fedurnllst Fedrolst Foilomalist
olne nominaton
urnllst ho was wa the object Of very Sic vloItnt Sicheumt 100 100lent
lent rolst attacks on tho part 1It of the Demo Democrats I Iemnocr018 ln ¬
crats ntnokl of Ills day and recognizing tcctthlzln the theBrewing tll tllgrowhlA thi thigrowing
Brewing strength of his opponent ho hodoubted ho10ulte liedoubted
growhlA doubted 10ulte stronrth as I believe bolew his iui nblllty abilty to tongiiln toRSI tongmiium
ngiiln run BCCUJO leCUlO an election rleolon If he should shouldrun
WI23T WI23THlKmlilNot wl Y lSV sr lOIS 1Oi1lIi GnUUA11 IUiV1ES IUiV1ESSiiaiiltl 9 9811mll
HlKmlilNot 811mll Siiaiiltl Slt NOt Consider CI Tholr llllr IMmmtlon IMmmtlonIlnlHhod 1Ilnlol 1Ilnlol1lnINholllclyllU im1tmeumtiouiIiiIsimnd
IlnlHhod 1lnINholllclyllU LonyliiK Auadeniy AuadeniyNew tjuidCumI3New rd rdNcw
New York Juno 9 9lhnt orhat That nrniv om oflkvis oflkvisshould ollll ollllalould oflictrsshould
should alould continue contnuo their schooling tcho Jng ns S long longas longlS
as lS thy are In the service ot bUle ofthie the United UnitedStsteH Unlel UnitedStates
States StltK was wn the policy urged ed on fl in the thegovernment thejIerllment timegosermmmneflt
IHJle
government jIerllment by Dr BI Benjamin IdoWice IdoWiceIw Ilo Ide Whlp Whlpler imee imeeIcr
Iw president prlshltlt of o tho University Unlcrliy of Cali California Cal Cciifornta ¬
fornia torla who Ima hal come cOle to Now York 1ollt af after n mitteu ¬
tel spending JendlnJ a 1 week wodent at West Point us usone 18 18one imimone
one o of the Presidents Irslllnts representatives representativeson
on al tho board boall1 of Visitors Islors nt a t the United UnltrdStates Untld UntldStotS UnitedStates
States military nccadomy nccadommyArmy
miltnry accalolY accalolYAmy
Army Amy olllcers olcers ought oUlhtnot not to mrird mrirdtliolr rr regir1thou rl
thou tlh education cellentol as cndad eltmll on 01 tholr grad Kriduatlon Rrrl RrrlltOI gradnatIon
natIon ltOI from West Wlst Point 111 said aU I Ident lI lo lodent I Ident
dent Wheolnr Whpolrr today tOlla They TitOIamO lh are Ue pn jr jrIon Prr Prrsioim > f H Hslonul
slonul Ion II ci men lon nnd 11111 Ii tail u system Systl1 is tout fihould Ihlld be hI i itnbllshod itemimhisimod
tnbllshod t hl hOI1y by which they niliy ll from tlmo tlmoto t imnt imntto ni
times to time tme bring 11111 themselves them elvlnbrealt abrcnit of 0 th thtimes Ihtme lbtimes
timesWest tme West Wot Point 10lnt Is II time th best 1olt mint mlit r rschool r ry ryscimool
school In the thcworill world It I repres repent rCpC5ents ntn th thllhcral 11 iblibemai
llhcral Illallllary military education eduoAton n oontinMi oonlIHt d dwith 1 1wlh 1With
with wlh tho extreme specialization looltlzl lon of tim tlumilitary thpmiltnly timmilItary
military miltnly school of FranceClerinnin l rnccOlrlnn nnd nndlliisuln 11
lliisuln HURI The ho West WCft Point Ioltt cadet ell0t is ISIHJj ISIHJjb i sound soundly ¬
ly trained In the foundation 1oumlnttll prlnclplH prlleI11H prItmmiplof prlnclplHof
of all 11 the four our great rent branches hrnohH of if in inservice ti Iiiservice
service lerlco rnglncerlng rnglneorlnl nrtlllory nrtlery cavalry cavalryand cnvalryan cavalrynail
and an Infantry Intnnly
But In provisions prOlslon for Iorllccplng keeping elmr elmrofficers ur urofllccrs I
officers ofcers In touch with udvnnooment rulvman pnmemmt in intliolr II humtlmolr
tliolr profession protel lol we lag In Ilhlnojlent iiihlud 1lhlnl other othercountries otr otrcounhleg otlmercountmles
countries Tho 11 ncoosolty 1cesltyof ot spndlng spndlngseveral spnilng spnilngocrl pndIngseveral
several ocrl thousand thousanl dollars olors n C year ycr more morethan nioretiurmn
than 111 his Incomp Incolll which devolves deVIos upon upontho UIOI uponthe
tho military Inlinry attache ntnh at atan an American Americanlegation Amnericaningation merlcan merlcanlo
legation lo alon abroad Ihronl makes It possible IJ Mlllf for foronly toronl foronly
only onl a ft CIW fW > w of 01 our olfleefS OrC A to enjoy this thisgreat thlKgrent thisgreat
great opportunity opportullt to loam arn Once 0ICO In tho thoarmy thl thm thmaruny
army every oflicer olcer nhould have a fir ftirlough firlougim 11
lough Inl h of from four aiim to six sl months to tostudy tostudy tostudy
study and methods methodsTHHI3I3 methodsTJlm methodsTlIlEI foreign lorelJn military mltar organizations organizationsand ol lnln lons lonsam1
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Ucro ceo HontliiK 11n I hll on ni tmthie 1m In Drlnwnro DrlnwnroWhen Uclawlro UclawlroWhen heimiwnrothieui
When Squall Rllan Btriiok AIlok St muck Tliom TliomPhlladolphln ThioumiPbmiladclphmin 1101 1101Phladelphln
Phlladolphln Phladelphln Pa Il Juno 9 OA A party of ofsix 01six ofsix
six persons perSal three thrle men mC and three girls girlswhile girlwhie girlswimile
while whie imllliih Blllng on n the Delaware IellwnrQ river this thisafternoon thIsntto1loon thisafterimoon
afternoon ntto1loon off North Ksslngton a I few fewrnllea t fewmiles w wmleR
miles mleR below this city were thrown Into Intothe Ilto Iltothe IImtothe
the wntor by 1 the swamping IWalllllH of their theirskiff theirsklf theIrskiff
skiff sklf during a IsqulI squall ant tho three girls girlswere girlsWeo girlswere
were Weo drowned 11rtWled They The were wereIlosc wereHos SerCItose
Ilosc Koons J0011 aged 17 17Mary 17Mar 17Mary
Mary Mar Kooiw aged ngel11 15 15Mamlo iiMnnilo
Mamlo Trnynor frnol aged 22 22Tho 22Tho 22Time
Tho party wore ore guests of tho Federal FederalBoat Feterl Feterlnonl Federalfloat
Boat club Other members memlers of the club clubhoard clubhoard clubhoard
hoard the cries of the unfortunates unlortuhtel and andImmediately antiimrummcdiately
Immediately IJlcdlltely st ot about nlout rescuing rJ cullg them themTho thlmrho tlienTime nl
Time three men 111 were quickly fltchly hauled Into Intothe Intotho intotime
the other boa boatmi In hut the the girls Elrls sank salIe be before beCore before ¬
fore they tho could bo reached reachedCliolrm reachedChlllm reachedV reachedChmIer
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In many man Instances Ilstanccs attacks Itl011 of cholera choleramorbus cholera cimoleramorbus
morbus terminate fatally tatalY before medi medicine Iledl IledlcIne mmmcdicine ¬
cine can ho prpcured IrCured or a physician physiciansummoned phHlcllsummonel physiciansummoned
summoned summonel The safe slle wny WiY Is to keep keepnt leeeplt kee keeat
nt lt hand n reliable rolablo medicine medltno for use USI In Insuch Insuch Insucim
such cases ca es For this purposo pUf10S0 there Is Isnothing Isnothing Iaimatiming
nothing so sure na II Chamberlains Cllunherlllns Colic ColicCholera ColI ColicCholera
Cholera nnd nnl Diarrhoea llotnody W WN WB WH
N B Hosworth of LnlTayette In tete Ala 11 says saysIn la8 la8In saYsJim
In June Jlne 1900 I OO I had a serious attack attackof
of cholera inorbus and and one dose of ofChamberlains 01Chlmblrlalns ofhanmbeulmiins
Chamberlains Chlmblrlalns Colic Cole Cholera nail nndDiarrhoea nlll nlllIarhoen naillIarrhioea
Diarrhoea Iarhoen llemedy Hemoly gave 0 mo relief retel In Infifteen InMteen iiififteen
fifteen minute minuteREADINGJHE Illnutel mmiinutesREADINGThE I Ih
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READINGJHE EADING THE HANDProfessor HAND HANDI flANDIProfessor I
Professor Sterling Siertng ha hn already read readtlic readthe readtIme
the palms of 01 a number of lending clt cltfcnf cltIven citirene
irene Iven A number of them will 11 be pub published publshed publlshed ¬
lished lshed from day lay to day Out of this thislist thll ilmislist
list lst the following lolowlng have ha vo been selected selectedfor electedtor
for todays Issue IssuePALMER bSlo bSloPALMER issuePALMEdI
PALMER PALMER HOUSE HOUSEformerly IiOUSE HOUSErormerty
formerly the St James Hotel ott 325 JouthMaln JouthMalnSlrttt 50ulh Main MainStrL MaInSireut
Slrttt StrL ntar nt nearlhlrd Third South SL SLTHE SLmmf StOFESO
mmf OFESO SJALI SJALIrilE
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THE tiE CtLEBKATED CIfDMTED PALMIST JAUtST AND ANDPSYCHOLOGIST ANDPSYCIOLGtST ANoPSYCIIOtOGISI
PSYCHOLOGIST PSYCHOLOGISTwho PSYCIOLGtST PSYCIOLGtSTwho
who ls I now In the city and Is II recog recognized reI recognized as asnled ¬
nized by b press and public publc everywhere everywhereAll everywhereAl
All Al ore or pleased and delighted delghted with lh his hisreadings hisreadings hisrradingm
readings Multitudes uUtudcs visit Islt hU iul parlors parlorsdaily parlorsdaiY parlorsdaily
daily daiY and an arc happy hlpp Palmistry Inlmlltry Is an anexact anexact anexact
exact science and nnl It I excites tho won wonder woamder OI ¬
der and admiration admiraton of the most akep skeptical akepUCII akepcab ¬
tical UCII cab Professor Sterling Sterlng can be lu b con consulted c comasuited n nsJled ¬
suited sJled on nil ni matters moter pertaining to this thiswelfare thl thewelfare
welfare of tho human taco Your Yourhands Yourhands Yourbmands
hands reveal nil ni questions questons of life per pertalnlng pertalnlng partalning
talnlng to marriage mtrrilge hlckncss Idcknes death deathchanges deathchnnges deathclnnges
changes travels divorces separations separationslawsuits sepnrltons sepnrltonslawsuis separationslawsuits
lawsuits lawsuis business transactions transncton wills willsdenls wit svIiideals
deals loUl3 mortgages mortgarcs lost or absent absentfriends nbsentIrlonds absentfriends
friends mining ventures etc Consult
Professor Protesor Sterling Sterlng He Is ncknowledg
ed the greatest HvUiB 1111 authoilty luthOlly on onpalmistry onpalnlstr onpalmistry
palmistry palnlstr and all al his Ill work la II done In Inmanuscript Inmanuscript Inmanuscript
manuscript dential dentialOfllce dental dentIaiOllice form and anl U I i fctrlctly trlcty confi conf ¬
Ofllce Ofee hours hourI are 10 a m to9 to 9 p m mtinily
doily Ialy and Sundays SundaysPalmistry RnndosPalmlatry SimnilaysIairnletry
Palmistry has been reduced to tl a atclence arclence ascience
science and following tololnl are some of tho thoresults thorosuls theresults
results rosuls obtained obtalld by Professor Profe9or Sterling Q
Sterlng
of well known In
wel persons this cllyj cllyjC cl
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Clerk ClerkYour ClerkYour ClerkYour
Your nature IM romantic romantc anti nnl artistic
Some stumbling stumblng blocks blok In your OUr way WIY arbtc be ¬
fore Carl you OU will wil meet the best of success successJ
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Barber BarberYour Iarler IarlerYour Barber1our
Your field fehl Is In 11 the Kast I a8t go there at atonce It Itonce atonce
once You ou will w1 have a 1 treat I deal of
trouble truble If you remain where you uU are areat aremit
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N MICKRLSON MICKRLSONArtist 1ICImJSON 1ICImJSONArtst
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en c 1enllnc Vellnc with people or Instructing InstructnJ oth othen othc othSTIEJFL others
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means IRO demonstrative demonstratve Business tact
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and entertaining entertainingU cntertalnlnG Intereste I
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tlon mirth and loving nIng and kind dlspo
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Palmer Illmer House Iouso formerly St James res rest
815 15 5 South Main street I t reet KiJom 1o lo loChARGES 6 6CHAnOEStOcandLM 6ClAnGES
CHAnOEStOcandLM CHAnOEStOcandLMProf ClAnGES ChARGES 50canll 50canllProC tOcand 1D0 1D0Prof
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