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DESEBET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY TUNE 25 1901
I
WAR SITUATION SITUATIONIN
IN SOUTH AFRICA AFRICAThere
There Is Much Discouragement DlscouragomeiVOver
Over It in England EnglandLESSON EnglandJESSON
LESSON OF THE CONFLICT CONFLICTTliat T Tfllat
Tliat JMIHury 1111 CII r horvlco 11 IriirlUcil lrllrcl l tv tvl roIIY <
IIY l AlmirilfiiiiTlllic Clinic on onContliiiiti OilCOlltlllllIl
Contliiiiti ContliiiitiNew UIIII CCullrr CCullrrNew
New York June 25 2GTItre Tlii > re la inucl inucldiscouragement 111I1ChdsournRh1Ullt
discouragement In England over tin tinmilitary till11I1111111
military Hltuntlon In South Africa Africawithout Mrl Mrlwithout
without clullnlte news df C mix 1111 fresh fresl1lls fresl1llsIIfltur Ols Olsiiittr
iiittr nays the Tribunes London 101l < lon cor coricspondoiit corle
icspondoiit le Gen French Fr lIch Imx 1m work t to to todo
do o Iu 11 the French ioctlon wlieru hli hliinnncuvert hiliOIIIIOUorll
innncuvert were successful 15 nionthi nionthiUThe lIIunlhllIIgo
UThe IIgo The nevvspnpcrH have no llllle vni IllInewS vninews
news that tho suspicion Is orontud thathu tha 11111ttho
thu censor Cl nsor IH holding built much In Information IIItorn
formation torn athill of an unfavorable tenor tenorBomo telllrSomoof
Bomo Somoof of tho military exports lit tli tlihoufco thlhlu <
houfco hlu o of commons express e tilt ophiloi ophiloithat olliniolltllilt
that the th reinforcement 1 llIroll lments dispatched t tLord to to10nl
Lord Kitchener may have proved llroc In Inadequate In1ILluate
adequate adequateA A UUBSIANS VIEWSLondon VIEWS vmwsIonllon
London Juno 21 21AII An Intereellni Intereellnijapcr IntclostlnIICI
japcr written by Jean de e Bloch tlu tlujiusslan thoJluslnn
jiusslan councilor of Htnto and memo memher memobel
her of the Kussliui ministry of finance financeon
on the lessons of tho Traiissoal war warvns
vns read rea ivt the United Service liv livstltutlon Instltutlon
stltutlon today toda M I de Uloch dcclarec dcclarecthat d clared claredthat
that the South African war had hll provei proveithat proelthat
that military service as practiced lrlctl cd to today todll
day dll was nbsurd 1111 und that the sacrlllci sacrlllcimade lIcrlllcemnde
made on tho continent to support con conorrlptlon COli8rlptlol1
orrlptlon was unnecessary unnecessaryThe Ullnceessalrho
The war showed that the thentrlca thentrlcaspectacles thentricillspcctacles
spectacles called maneuvers were In iu iuway 110wny
way related to real warfare One 01 01the o otho
the most jcmarkable features was tlu tluconstant thllonstnnt
constant Impossibility of determining determiningtho etermlnhlIho
tho enemys position po ltloll This was not noiattributable notattributable
attributable to British defective recoil recoilnolsiiance reconnolssance
nolsiiance but to the new conditions cOll ltlons ol olwar oC oCWllr
war warIt WllrIt
It was wn no mistake rnndo by tho Brit British nrltIsh ¬
ish nor the atiulltlcH of tho Doors who whohl hc hchad
had hl shown sh wl1 nn entire lack of rational rationalstrategy rationalstrlteiy
strategy nnd tactics which product productthe
the results seen but smokeless powder powdeirnd powderMllon
rnd Mllon long range fiulekilrlng rlllou which whichInvolVer whichInvolerl
InvolVer dispersion and nnt Invisibility tr tra
a 1 degree unheard UJ IIIn1 of formerly nnd tt ttthe toth
the th possibility of providing rlllemer rlllemerwith rillemenwith
with a Inrgpr number of cartrltlKCS cartrltlKCSThe
The action of t the artillery in SoutliAfrica South SouthMrlcu
Africa had been generally absolutely absolutelycontemptible absolutelycontelTlptible
contemptible against an Intrenched en enemy el1em ¬
emy em
Inflmtry nfltlltr > from tlio Philippines PhilippinesBan
Ban Francisco Juno 21 21The Tho nlmj nlmjtransport nlmtrails
transport trails port Grant arrived from Manlln Manllntoday Innlhtodny
today The Grant 1ms on board th thFprty thIQrt
Fprty clglilh cl l1th und IIII the Fortyninth rod rodiwntn re l ll1lntn
iwntn of volunteer infantry The rtl rtldlers I Idlers
dlers of both regiments nre colored coloredThey color1fhey
They were elt recruited In the South and andhave anIhavI
have been for nearly IIcllrl two years > IIIS In the thePhilippines tlwPhtllpplnes
Philippines PhilippinesThe
The Fortyeighth I rjnd Fortyninth Fortyninthregiments
regiments 1 Were stationed In the worst worstsections wor t ts
sections s of Luzon and an were In several severalsevere 8CwlalRevero
severe battles They will bo mustered musteredout
out of the service within the next twe tweweeks toweeka
weeks weeksThere weekaThero
There lire seventysix cabin passen passengers pnssens ¬
gers s rs on the Grant mostly army o oln olncers Ul Ulcers ¬
cers at liberty on furlough furloughSalmon furlough811IIIon
Salmon Cannery Combine CombineNew ComblncNeW
New York June 25 25The The Journal ol olCommerce otCommelce
Commerce says Little Information h hblainablc l lblalMblc
blainablc In reference to the proposed proposedcontoliJatloii proposellcnlloll
contoliJatloii cnlloll aloll of salmon dinners of tha thaVaeille tholacfc
Vaeille coast which has been hanging hangingflro hanSlntire
tire for something omothlll over two months monthsThe IlIl1thsTho
The report that several representa representatives ¬
tives of the canneries had ha left the coast coastfor coastfor
for New York for or tho purpose of con conferring COlifelrJrIl ¬
ferring with the financiers Is continued continuedIt
It Is however too early to say 811 whether whetherthe whetlwlthe
the deal will be actually consummated consummatedas
I as there IH still considerable work to tobe tlbe
be done At A t the same time the fnct fnctthat fnetthat
that these gentlemen are coming In Indicates IntJlcates ¬
dicates that there Is at least a prospect prospectthat prospectthnt
that plans will be carried out U Is Isconceded Isconceded
conceded that the Alaska Packers as association assoclatlon ¬
sociation Is not Interested InterestedHlB
HlB Fire Iu n Portland Ore OrePortland OrePortland
Portland Ore June 25 23AII An entire entireblock entireblock
block of frame buildings on East Wa Water 1 1t ¬
ter t r nnd IIn East Madison Mn lsol1 streetH streetHoccuplct streetHoccuplctr occupied occupiedan
r an warehouses and small stores was wasdestioyed WUtJctloyetl
destioyed by b nre shortly lhortl > after mid midnight mIdIIlght ¬
night The total loss will reach 1500 SI500Ihe 1500The
The principal losors IOIl rs are the Purlin PurlinOrendorff arllnOrcl1dortr
Orendorff Machinery company the H Ht HAlbeo
t Albce Machinery company nnd ant J D DFrench DFre1el1
French furniture furnitureNAVAL turnltureIjWlt
NAVAL WAU COLLIXJR IJIOGIIAM IJIOGIIAMAn J >
An 11 Army Arm Engineer Will Explain I UHO UHOof UHOot
of Wnr Chart ChartWashington ChnrtWashlnltton
Washington June 23 2 The ruiVy Im dc dcI e ePltttment
I artmcnt 1ms made public the program programto
to be carried out by b the naval war col college colleSe ¬
leSe at Newport this week A note noteworthy 1I0ttJwOlth ¬
worthy feature Is the appearance of an anarmy anarmy
army olllcer before he Core the college Col ColPctcr eul1trr
Pctcr C Halns a I prominent engineer engineerofficer enHlncerofficer
officer who Mill explain ex pin In the value and andIrnctlcal nnllIJTueUcal
Irnctlcal usage of wttr nlmrtH Hygiene Hygienewill
will be a leading topic of the week weekSurgeon weekSurRcon
Surgeon Henry lIenr C Beyer U S SspcaklnA M Mspctklng
spctklng on this thl subject Tuesday TuesIIIWednesdaY
Wednesday Thursday and nnl Friday Tha Ihlfour
four committees will pretont for discus discusslnn
slnn 81 n the topics of war games tactical tacticalstudies tnctlcalstudies
studies law In solutions and problems problemsnnd
nnd Saturday will be devoted to tostrategic toJtrnlt
strategic Jtrnlt Rlc games gamesIOHTO IIInCSponTO
IOHTO IIIOAN IUO POLITICS POLITICSPetlcrnl J0I4ITICSPCllernllarl
Petlcrnl PCllernllarl Party Will Wii ilo Do What It Can Canto
to Aid Our 011 Allrn Allrnfean lien lienSan
San Juan Porto Itlco Wednesday WNlnes < la laJ1II0
Juno 19 Correspondence of the Asso Associated Ap o oclatc ¬
ciated Press when the npw directive directivecommittee dlrccllecommittee
committee of tho local Federal party partywas partyWl
was Wl formed forll d on Sunday last more was wasaccomplished wosaccompll
accomplished accompll hl toward putting an end to tothe toIhe
the problems probl ml which hch have retarded the thethings thethings
things pending than anything else since sincecivil Rlncecl1
civil government nt was Inaugurated Ina1 urnted Pen Penfoct perr
foct f ct harmony Is now possible and nd more morethan mollthan
than probable Tho Federal party which
has always been loud In Its nbuic of ofGov > C CGov
Gov Allen and nn of tho entire policy of ofthe ottho
the administration Is now pledging it itself IIpclt
self to tonld nld the gotcrnor In his earnest earnestdesire earneRtIleRlro
desire to further the Islands Interests InterestsOver IntercstROver
Over fifty delegates from nil paita paitaof
of the land attended the mass ma s meet meetIng meetIng
Ing to which only onl pledged Federals FcdernUwore FederalsWore
wore admitted Perfect harmony pie pieailed prelIlIed
ailed Everything lg had been prear prearranged prtarrllned ¬
ranged and there was marked < uniform uniformity ¬
ity It of Ideas The following were werechosen wererhos
chosen rhos en members of the Federal execu executive executIe ¬
tIe committee Francisco De P PAcunft 1 1ACUM
Acunft Santiago n Palmer Hermlnlo HermlnloDiaz ItermlnloDlaz
Diaz Navarro al1rro Manuel Cnmunas Tu TuHo
Ho Larrlnaga Carlos Ma Soler Juan JuanDs JunllDe
Ds Guzman Uenttez Mr Ir Acuna Is II the thethief thedlllf
thief of the party succeeding Munoz Munoznivcra Iulloznlcm
nivcra now In New York He Is elect elected dectW ¬
ed for two yearMr year yearFMr
Mr Acuna and two other oth rll of the thecommittee theromll1ltt
committee e called clII < 11 on flov < 10 Allen today todayThis tOtII tOtIIThis
This was the first time within n year yearthat 11 11thnt
that any nn prominent Fed6ril had vis visited Is Istetl ¬
ited the governor In 11 n political capa capacity C3padt ¬
city dt
cityThe The governor expressed cxprces 1 his pleasure pleasureIn 11etsllreIn
In knowing that Ue efforts of the ad administration allministration ¬
ministration of the Islnnd thus far had hadmet hadmet
met with the approval of nil good goodcitizens goodItlzen
citizens Itlzen He added that he and the theAmericans theAtnerlcans
Americans generally welcomed w lcom 1 the sup support ¬ I Iport
port and nd cooperation of the Federal Federallita I Ilita
lita
JANTI AM R1G Nr NrOOMBINATION
OOMBINATION OOMBINATIONFrank
Frank A Vandcrllp Thinks OntHighly Ont OnoHighly
Highly Probable ProbableAUSTRIA ProbableAUSNUA
AUSTRIA LEADS L ADS MOVEMENT MOVEMENTof MOYE lENI lENIJllnlttcr
Jllnlttcr of Ilin Iowor loWr hlfullInournul rlfnMyKM rlfnMyKMiolueliouiiUI
ournul iolueliouiiUI lulnCllo lll United Unitedmite Unitedhih
hih mite 1lauJiullloe 1lauJiullloeNow rot Im1 Im1Nuv
Now York Yor Juno 25 2GFrnnk Frank A Van Vanilorlli VnnIomll
ilorlli formerly tisastant nlJ litnnt secretary o oHit of
Hit 10 tnmgury who has just ju t returned returneto returnedto <
to Washington from a long trip abroad abroadIs
Is quoted by the Tribunes corrosion corrosiondent CorriSIJonent
dent ent as Paying PayingI
I think it not only onl posHlUlo bu buhighly buthighly
highly probable that Eurdjto j can an 1111will anwill
will agrco to blntllrffe terms of trad tradcombination tru o oeomUinatlon
combination ugnlnst I us S within tho nux nuxfov Iloxl Iloxlto
fov to yeart enrg und un that the result will b btho bo botho
tho most Blgnutlc tsn ttlc and stubborn com commerctnl commerclal
merctnl war In the history of the world worldAs
As most of our commercial treaties ex explre explro
plre In 1003 I look for tort tho real begin beginnlns he glll glllIIln
nlns IIln of tho war then In a refusal o omost oC oCnost
most of the continental eontinent nations to re renew rene
new ne those convention conventionAt concntICml concntICmlAt
At the present Pfesentmonlont moment Austria Austriawhich AustrIalhleh
which never did like us IB leading Ica lnc Ir Irtho Inthl
tho movement against tho Lnltei LnlteiStutuH LlIlleStutea
StutuH and I found Gotuchowskl heat headof heatof
of the ministry of that country COUll tn our bit bittcrset bitterset
tcrset and most outspoken foe Obvl Obvlouflly OblloU1I1
ouflly oU1I1 the other ministers minis leIs of the old olcvoiUI
voiUI 10 I III including oven that th lt of England Englandare EIII lanll lanllnrc
are artfully artr lli encouraging el1 Ooluchossk OoluchosskIn
In his course of opposition with a view viewto vIewto
to drawing our fire before they the openly openlydeclare openlYIeelnre
declare themselves tIlems lvus For l orthe the Immediate Immediatefuture Immclliutofuluro
future our trade tra o prospects were never ncvcibrighter neverbilihler
brighter In Kuropo I urole There has been nl nlmost n nmost
most a total crop failure In Germany GermanyThe GermanThc
The agriculturaloutlook Is only a I llttli llttlibrighter lIttlobrlghtel
brighter In France than In Gennany Gennanyand
and an oven In England the crop yield If Ifnot Isnot
not very promising Hut OH noon ns the thecontinent thopontlnont
continent recovers from Its present presenagricultural presentLlsrlcultural
agricultural depression I confidently be bellevu Je JelIeu
lIeu tho tocsin of war will be sounded soundedIn so n ctl ctlrn
In Russia there arc loud piofesslona o ofilcndshlp of offIlen
filcndshlp fIlen shlp for the United States am amone nnd nndone
one hoaia many expressions of admira admiration atJ01lralion ¬
lion of our commercial development developmentand devclopmentnlulll1ethods
and nlulll1ethods methods The Russians HII 9111ns arc model modelln
ln their tariff system after ours and In It Ita In Inn
a few years ollrs will try 11 > to apply It with withvigor withvigor
vigor und severity against all nations nationsalike lationsnllke
alike but particularly against the Unit United Unitcd ¬
ed States StatesWo
Wo 0 cnn meet Europes onslaught onslaughtwith
with courage coum o and confidence Wo out outstrip outstrip
strip hor now In cveiy evel material re resource reInbor ¬
source In labor saving machinery and andIn nnllII
In II the rapidity rapl llY with which our surplus surpluscapital survlusclIlltal
capital Is accumulating Add to these theseadvantages thosentJalltnges
advantages a patriotic citizenship and andan al alan
an intelligent working class and who whocon whocan
con doubt for an Instant that e vlll vlllwin 11I 11Iwin
win the battle When it Is sDcr over then thenthe thlnlIie
the problem will 11I be to keep jhe M jls 41strnctcd jlstractcd
tractcd hordfs 11Or < Hs of Europe > from fr ni overrun overrunning1 oefruriIIfng ¬
ning1 this country and to prevent the thedesperate thodesorato
desperate monarchies 1I of the old world worldfrom orld orldfrom
from acts of territorial aggression In InSouth InSouth
South America ilpon which they are arealready lIronlread
already looking1 with ltheo010119 covetous even evenn oyesW1IImn
W1IImn n COMBINE cO l1mm WOULD FAn FAIUVienna FAnIenlo
Vienna June 24 24The 24TheJnnull The I Honnunder HonnunderMontng Jnnull r rrontng
Montng Zeltung discussing tho pan panAmerican panAmerican
American danger points out thut even evenshould eVenshou1t
should the European on powers form rm rmEuropean
European 1 lIlopean custom combination combinationngalnst cOll1ulna tloll tlollngnlnst
ngalnst tho United States their position positionwould 1osltlon 1osltlonoull
would oull be unfavorably because 1Jec ulC they theywould the I
would uhl be obliged to continue to Import Importlarger Importlarger
larger quantities of food stuffs from the theVnltcd thotnltetl
Vnltcd States Tho paper In question questionIs
Is of tho opinion however that thntsplemld thntsplemldIIIl1ltnr splendid splendidmilitary
military armaments would ould prove valu valuable lIlu lIluIIble ¬
able to Hiich a panEuropean organiza organization ¬
tion
Sllell SneiiiJcrTcst crfcRt at UiiiTnlo Opens OpensBuffalo OIWIIHBUffnlo
Buffalo N Y June 25 25The The features featuresOf s sor
Of the opening of the thirtieth thlrtl lh litHnRer litHnRertcit nens r rfeat
feat of the Northern American Snen Snengcrbund aen aenrcthun
gcrbund wns 1S n reception held last night nightnt
nt the 05 6 th regiment armory Admis Admission JdmIslon ¬
sion was 113 limited to members of the theSnengerbund theSQon
Snengerbund SnengerbundAbout SQon rhunlJ rhunlJAbout
About 3500 persona IH lna were erc in attend attendance attenlullce ¬
ance and It If estimated that fully cull that thatnumber thntnumher
number of singers will be in attendance attendancetoday nttol1llancetoll
today toll a when the fe Ht t Is formally formallyopened fOJrnnllopenlll
opened Tho orchestra has reached lure lurefrom 11110from
from New N w York William Hartcls who whowill ho hollJI
will appear 11111 ell I as II the tenor soloist for tho thollrooklyn thoBrooklyn
Brooklyn Baengerbund Snen erhl1lll IS s here Madam MadamSchumann lal1amSrhumonn
Schumann IHn whn hn with Mine Minelllauvclt 1111 1111Hlauelt
lllauvclt r > F Davis bass and II IIJJvnn IIJan
Jan Williams form the quarlcttp of ofbig I Ibig
big soloists Is I hero The others nrc ex expected ¬ I IJ1celrll
pected here today todayTo toll II IID
D isi lnfjJ J Lff LffTo
To mate a living I And u1 we wetire tillllnll tillllnllstare
tire up U > nt tbc man m the clrM win winderiuj wo wollerilJ
deriuj that tb t allY man can l h t fool foolliirdv QII1Jmh
liirdv But what o otin 0m
m 14 i tin t1l business iiun iiunwho lJIilni
i who has barely baf I linn linnto tinlt
t to snatch a hiwt hiwtmeal halltu
u meal and gulpf gulpfflown gU1pfown
flown own a lunch of pie we weand
and mill i hI a lew lewminutes felVInutes
minutes He too is isrisking IsrI
risking rI lng his life to tomoke toIuiken
moke Iuiken n living Life Lifeis urlis
is Mtsltined r tinCiI by b food foodproperly f t tproperl
properly digested and andassimilated aUtlussillllhlted
assimilated The re result ItAul ¬
sult of f hasty hlt eating eatingoud c3tiuJnull
null irregular meals mealsis moo9Is
is II weak 3k stomach stomachand stomachand
and a II weak I Mom Momacli f > toU toU3ch
acli means a wcuk wcuknmii c4k c4kUlIII1
nmii Vhcn the thestomach theslonach
stomach is is weak weakthe w wthe
the food talon is not notproperly nolproperly
properly digested digestednnd It igeste1IIml
nnd cannot cal1l1otbe DC per perfectly perectl ¬
fectly ectl assimilated so sothat CJ CJthat
that there is a dnilyelos of nutrition nutritionwhich l1utrihOI1wlndl
which in tirrc will result in physical physicalcollapse phdeillcollapse
collapse collapseDr
Dr Picrces Golden iledfcal elIcal Discover Discovercitrrt Di oery oeryCtr
citrrt Ctr dlifeases of the tonach and t11 < 1 other otherorgans oUatOrg1I11
organs of digestion and nutrition It Itenables Itenables
enables thcasslmilation of all the nutri nutritive nUlnthe ¬
the values of the fowl eaten ten and t ro robuilds > o obuilds
builds up the body into sound health healthand bcalUIand
and strength strengthMr
Mr Ked rJ K oloon l on the ctlelntfd crl mttd Irish Come CnntdUn Comedlan
dUn and Mimic nf 77 Kayqcn Slrfrt Cdtmlen CdtmlenN C mt1cn mt1cnN
N J wrilci Vt fulfilled fulfill d in cngagrtntnl of oftWClT vihrehe
tWClT lItth V and n < l the cotliUnt cotliUntme ttUtUII 1100 1100Int
me a bad touch tOll < l1 of that drooled dltcne ftlci1 ftlci1rt call1dI
rt dI > KpMi pJa t lad Irirf n rythitC < potiiblt J > OllblC i irutt ICU
rutt CU It till UU 1 wttk while pjjlie AJI1 at B I IKtllhf Jtlth
Ktllhf tlth DIJon Thfttrr riil rhl1a > tfphU t l1lt 10 In Ih IhKrl IheNthon
Krl Nthon on Tno a piofrulonal pr rtulonal friend of mint m nt td tdvl
vl 14 fJ me to ttj If br Jr rirct Oolden Medical vn vncoTcry i iCOftr
coTcry COftr t tried It and trunk Cod G wltli ctxx ctxxrtiutti JOlIulu
rtiutti rtiuttiDr Iulu IuluDr
Dr Piertti l eru Common Sense Jledica JledicaAdviser MedicaAdvitr
Adviser in paper coven is sent nt fret 1 on onreceipt onreceipt
receipt of 21 one otc < = tnt tamp to pay payexpense pot potupcn
expense of oCmalhngnly mailing only A Addicts dte68 lr lrR DrR
R V Wtrc Buffal6 N Y
TONIGHTS EVENTS EVENTSON
ON THE SAUCER SAUCERTon
Ton Mile Motor Cycle Race Tur Turvlllesvs TurlIlosvs
vlllesvs Chapman and Vaughan VaughanGOOD
GOOD AMATEUR A PUOGKAM PUOGKAMilvcr
ilvcr mid I IHI Cut 11 Iiuvnon Vllli llh Oilic OilicICIdrrn OlhvrUltlrnl
ICIdrrn lliiurlccl Lull Lullfur l nlIllI nlIllIfor
fur Untie UntieA
A J great deal oal of Interest Is cxnterei cxntereiIn nterodIn
In the 10mile motor cycle match It1CC rac ractonight < I Itonleht
tonight at tho Salt Palace between lJetw n th thTurvllld the I Ilurvllle
Turvllld brothers ami am Clmpman aiu aiuVnughan lilt liltl1uhln
Vnughan l1uhln The riders ducjare tholr mo motors motors
tors to bo In first class shape and 1111Iteach 1111Iteachlemn eacl eaclteam
team Is confident cOI1fi1 nt of winning Tlje rnci rnciwill rllce rllcewIll
will be for a I purse of 1BO tlod loO to th thwinner thwlnnct <
winner and 60 to the second and on 1 1will It
will 111 undoubtedly be exciting In the ox oxtixiue oxtrel11e
tixiue tixiueLnst trel11eInst
Lnst year oar Clem and Charley Turvllli Turvlllidefeated TUrvllldefeated
defeated wory motor cyclo team tCllmnn nn tin tintmuk Ihotll1ck
tmuk and nnt they Mil ny their machine I IJust IJUllt
Just as good HOO now UH then thenThe th n nTho
The handicap Invitation professlonnrace professlonn
race v111 also provo of Inteiest Theprlzw The rheJrlzrJ
prlzw are JIO 10 20 J10 and 01l 5 5The GThe
The olio ollowllll wing riders will compete Ir Irthis 111this
this event Chapman Jack Cliijon CliijonVnlne 0111011nlno
Vnlne and nn Vaughn scratch Clom Tur Turvllle I Ivlle
vllle and King 15 yards John LUWHOI LUWHOIand I IIIn
and IIn Oscar Julius 75 7iii Kdmonds B lnunds SO SOPhailes SOChalles
Phailes TUrvlllo nnd W B Samuelson 8amu1801lS
85 S Unicry ll1ery 110 and lien Green 12 12yards 120 120an1s
yards yardsTlie an1s an1sIhe
Tlie ftinatours will have 1 i clinnco Ir Irthe Inthe
the onehalf mllo handicap for or 20 1 1and 10 10IInll
and 5 pilzes Tho ildcrs rl ers and their po positions poslUol111 ¬
sitions urc as follows Smith scratch scratchdrames IIcratchOramcs
drames DO yards yar s Williams WII II n 11I11 S5 Clay ClayIon Clnyl01l
Ion CO 60j Trenam 05 Lcyland 70 Mc McArthur 1ItcArthul
Arthur 75 Hermann SO SOj OConnor 85 85Hold 85Hold
Hold 100 and a ncl Bowers 110 110Last 110luHI
Last evening her and Gus Lawson LawsonJohn Iaw80nJohn
John Slaver A Hell H Hnydock Jaok JaokIjurrls JaoklJurrls
Ijurrls Prank I rnnl Hofmnn nnd trainers trnlnwraUowles trainersHCJlviea
Uowles and FrnnelH I loft for Butte IlutteThese ButteIheRo
These riders will compete In Saturday Saturdayevenings Snturdnyeenln
evenings eenln n rates there Tho Lawioni Lawioniwill In wllons wllonswill
will g go 12nst I ast If the races In Uutte are arenot are1I0t
not up to their expectation expectationCJLYMLIONH Jx1ectatlonOIlIUIOSH
CJLYMLIONH D1SIIAM D1SIIAMli JIIsnt u uj
li j D S Hall Team re in 1 Ios Iosiiffessloll cssloa of ofn
n 1 Hcnullfiil tJIIJThe jup jupThe
The L I D 8 team has disbanded for forthe rortllC
the year elr after establishing Its claim claimto
to the amateur championship of the theState thoState
State nnd winning the beautiful prize prizecup IrlzeUII
cup UII ghen by the Salt Lake Hardware Hardwarecompany Har ware wareCOlli
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lardts single Attendance Attml nnce 4000 4000SCORE 4000SCOnE
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Hostoi oston June 24 2tPltbburlt Pittsburg found Dl Dlleen DJnCln
leen very vcr easy ens today and had no trou trouile tIOUble
ile In winning the th game especially n nhiy all allthl
thl hiy were aided al ed by b pome very 01 mRC l lleldlng ltlellilng
leldlng on the part of the locals The Thefeature flitfeatull
feature was a 1 home run to deep left leftiust 1111Just
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nailed two of them in the Mxtn when whenhe whenIIle I
IIle he Chlcagos C had the bases full and andonly nndonly I
only on one out Attendance 1460 1460SCORE t400SCOnE
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Washington 8 8 Sl1wnukto I IWllwaukfu
Wllwaukfu 0 13 13Hntterles 2 2lInttorlcJII
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llnltliifoni 17 Detroit 7 7naltlmorc 7altlmore
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was IIS particularly II1r lcUlllrl off oJlCtliI ctlv Attend Attendance A tten ttenance ¬
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R H E EPhiladelphia I Ilhlla
Philadelphia lhlla elJlltl1l 5 19 4 4Chicago 4 4Chlcngo
Chicago 7 10 J JIlattcrles 2 2Ilntterh
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able to keep his engagement with Tim TimCallahan ilmCallahnn
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garty broke his right hand on the head headof
of Hilly De Coursey his boxing part partner ¬ I Inor
nor on Thursday last and although ef efforts etforls ¬
forts were matin to conceal this fact factbecnuso tllctbeeauso
becnuso he nilgnt illig 1t bo nhlo to fulfill his hiscontract hiscOJltract
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positively imablp to go on Tho club clubfins
fins 1 engaged Joe Bernstein to tako takoHeggartys tnkoUeSlnrtys
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scheduled Ilfteon mile motorpaced < race racewith rnCewith
with Johnny Nolsnn llIon of Chicago at atMndtEon litMIIl
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down the Incline at the northeast norlll n8t end endof enllof
of tho garden Just jusllls as It wa getting un under unl1 ¬
der l1 r way to pass ono on of the contestants contestantsMncFarland contestlllltlllacFnrlanll
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to tho banked track and nn Nelson who whowns whoas
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wns thrown completely over MncFnr MncFnrland facFarland
land MaeFarland was picked up uptirulml upIIrlllt
tirulml ntul bleeding and wns wa taken to toa toa
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cut In the face but plurklly resumed resumedriding rellume rellumerllln
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Cooper Cnop r of Detroit defeated Sydney SydneyTonkins S11n Y YTenkhul
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22115 215 15 15Ilacrn 15tllcr
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race Best time 216i 216 Duchess took tookfirst tookfir8t
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