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DESERET EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1010 I 9
I = BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC SPORTS
L
EUREKA KNIGHTS BEAT
S LT LAKE LODGE
nalr in Ninth Olw Miner
ltaltlBf nllll In C1ne
pIitIi1
lilll1lll
lnnln
Hint rally In tho nlnlh
In 4 WilnK Mhlinbu of Kireka de
u rf
Ih 111 Ik Ynhhl > of C0lm
i
ful < 1 11ld YMlodR flnOOn
u k
tul I of li H The score Willi tIM
bTIs u nln went to bat In the
Ir kii
pb rMti Twn lllts nnd lIRrrl
Mt I m hn winning run
0 t BRll
tl thn Bin for th
me < d
gmlll nfl Ict VII wild ftfld nltbI
Lk i o firm inning Krlrkfl
t t hitter
V and held the heavy
V Innlnns when
last two
dw r d freely
H WM steady game for
k t hed a
w 111 i1farmed hnlf lloien ml
110
F r li McPhM
t I K hIli welt Heattered
l k r played II brlllant cams
I 1 aa
tl
I Olf the Eureka boys were
t I nt a frnoker at the Knights
tn hall Th lineUP was as
nbu
I c C I
1IIn
Eureka
I I I Boyle
trk tln1l111 p McCormick
IUIK rd 111 p llonnor
IJIrn 211 Mclheo
nOt 811 Downey
Kin 1111I
Ftelr c Ik KE C f Sutt
jrjnniti If SulllHn
lIurp rnf K Honncr
aJlal a nd Ahru1
WlSI MI > KH < WIN
gpc 101 lU The Nowa
2IThe niislMsn men
Sept
tptn1 tho welt Ido rilit
and
I > to11 r11I
dtI4P
bace
Idf n flrc game lit U
Ih
M afternoon Th pror wnR
tilav
ehI
0 at the end of the ninth Inning
f fliP west aide lurIflg the
p fanr Itore were lAiid hnd the
nil the
rim elme WRC wltneH1 by n largs crowd
TM IlnUI
s > t Side Bt Bide
lb Fred numuuln
il or non
Aaron Meton nJ F McCafferty
JmeS Iilarlllon 3b Joaeph Hanson
6iln v Jenkins ss Fred Jorgens
L < > Anderson P W O Barton
Thorvald Hanson
p ir imisi n c
edgar Thorpe1 f Charley Ilasmusseii
Fir MaJKir r f Ephrolm Hanson
F Whiting ct Fescher
rmplre Know of Jlajjtl
AMERICAN LEAGUE I
W L rot
Phliadelpla 9M 4 SS I
Xw York 9u 11 iiTOM
ivtrolt u 61 M
Bi ton 7S 61 ua
flMelaJid tit 74 4K
7M 4Km
Washington 62 M m
hi 11 411
aRc
St Louis i 41 W s = 8
WIN DOLMLK IIUAIIint
St Louis BepL Phlladjlpla de
feated Bt Lnuls twice tolay 6 to 0 and
B to 4 making the locals hundredth df
fiSt Morgan allowed but one hit In the
flm game
Fcore JI n
Phllsdflphla 6 10 0
Phtlldrlphl 0 1 6
flatteries Morgan and Lapp DOd and
KWIfer
feond game
genre R n > E
ruiladelphla S 9 1
St Lniili 4 9 2
Bittfrles Dvgert and I > rp Prlty
P and Blfpiers
SIS SVT OUT vicrroitv
ritifltnd O Fept Cleveland took
I comes from llonton to lay 5 to 2 I
snl 7 to f The first rnme was featured
b IIu hitting by both team ijoles
lac < t v ir n future Hn made a sin
gle a double and a home run In four
tm > uri In the second game Smith
passed La il purpo el > In the fifth fill
ng ii lose Itohnhorst Ihn tripled
C 11 the LImP
Tiiit game u
B r R1tI
i l eind t S o
Iitcn v 3 9 1
FMt > H s Demnlt Mitchell and Smith
II 11 Hal and Madden Carrlgan
Fe tid game
FCI n n n
r 7 It 2
i
I 5 6 I
HMI rirs Harknran Kalner and
Unit r fimlth Wond and Cnrrlfran
c nl of Koxenth Inning dark
r i
nivini Snn
r h a t Sept 7 Washington and
r i i lf1 a double header today
r C It and Orny were mlserl In
1 i
T allotting but two hits hut
Ga na re pin olbl for liolh of the
s C ri m kng two wild pluhrs
r
4
Listen
We r > 1uc perfectly laun
n e < r rluIR with our SOFT
lMD nl F1LTUHED WATCIx
Ite th baam ot all good work
It 1 ritn the white goods
brllM r i the colored Roods and
Mil the fabric
TROY LAUNDRY
lij LAINDKT OF QUALITY
etA Thonti in IM MAIN HT
w
HIAWATHA COAL
I
L1nc Tb ai tht de not lllack
IUllnl
and eeonomleal
flrc 1l11en qualIty an4 the but
PreFiaratlonL
Ak your Daler
Coruolidl1ted Fuel Co
Jets
U bItp
GtII1 RRlr
Salt t
Lako
ctt UIAh
I MINOR HEIR 159 CHAMPION PACER OF THE 1910 HARNESS RACING SEASON
Indlanapolln Hept M Veyer lieforo In
llglit harness racing Iind a greater fen
gallon been pulled off than when four
horses In one race finished a mile In
two mlnutdx or better here recently It
la not likely to he agaIn equaled for some
time to come unless the owner of Minor
Ililr Lady Maud C OeorBe lanG and
Jlednewood Boy ahoiiM try to diipllcnle
It this fall Of rourM the tabs went
to Minor Heir which turned th oval
In 1 M but hardly Iou credItable wan
the feat of Lrndy Maud O which tep
t 4d the mile In 1 f4 Hnd not a milkv
tire Rone flat In the lest oUHrter It IK
likely that Hednewood Boy would have
been clone up and In that ease made Ihej
= uu N
Olmatexi wn driven to cover In thn
second game
Filet name
Hcore It IT E
Chicago S 2 1
Washington 0 2 1
nutterleo Rcott and Payne Gray and
Street
Second sam
Score lLJLli
flllonRO 3 6 I
Washington 2 11 S
nalterlOlm Young and Blook
Olom and Alntmlth
TJ ittS IOSK OUT
Detroit Sept 21No York defeated
Detroit today 10 to 2 In a poorl played
same
Score l R II K
New York 10 S I
Detroit 3 6 6
BatteriesFord rind Mitchell Wlllett
Icatley and Schmidt
NATIONAL LEAGUE
w ti ret
Oiloigo 93 44 M7
ritlebur U SI 573
New York ft 69 354
Cincinnati 7J 71 li
t lyiuis n t Hit
1hlUdMphla M n 414
Brooklyn M M 110
Uoston 45 III 315
fl1tATIS noi ANOTiinn
Brooklyn Sept 21In a whirlwind
finish Jirooklyn rnnde It three strslght
from Plltshurg today 1p to the ninth
the Ruperbaa had made only one hit
off Camnltr Then three hits and a
muff hy Campbell with Coupons timely
tingle tied the score In the tenth a
pass fitarks sacrifice and singles by
Bergen and Erwin won the game
Score IX II E
MttsbufR 3 7 1
Hrooklyn 1 2
attrrlesCamnltz lIrrlp and Olb
eon Knetzer Detsau anti Miller
UmpIrPattlglertLnd Murray
OIAXTS IIRKAK KVI1X
New York Sept t After losing
the first part of todays doubleheader
to Cincinnati to 2 New Tork won the
second by the same neore
First gam
Score n II E
Cincinnati 4 9 1
New York 3 7 1
Hatterles riaspar and McLean Wlltse
Ames Itendrlcks and Mvers 1
Lrnplrei Johnstone and Unon
1
Second game 1
Score it n E
Cincinnati 3 II 2
New York 4 0 1
Divlterlrn Fromrnn and Clarke
Pructte Mxers and Schlel
Implrea Johnnone and Kasen
IlltOWVS IIKAT gtlAKKHS
Phlladelphts Kept roSI Louis de
rested J > hlladelphla In a hnrdhlltlng
game todav 6 to R The game was fea
tured hy five double plays making nine
mch plays In two suocessixe contexts be
tween these teams
Score 1L1L1
fit IXllls < 10 3
Philadelphia J S 1
HattcrlesHearn Iu h and Breina
han Khettler Moore and Dooln
Vmplrca Klem and Kane
TIAIN rmvKNT5 OAMIJ
I1o lon Sept Chlcagonoston game
postponed rain
COAST LEAGUE
Bun TTanelscrt Sept 17
Forore n it n
Hnrtamento 4 11 0
Ban Kranilsco 3 7 1
UIrltNouffa and 8plo man lien
ley and Starry
Portland Sept II
Score n If E
Oakland 1 II 1
Portland s 10 3
Datterles Mostr Lively and Mil
Sloan and Fisher n
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Dea MolncsDe Molnes 2 Lin
coin I
At ephUenx r 4 Bt Joe O
At OmllhaFlrnt IIrAm Sioux City
>
BloSCHJr 3 StepnC1 gains Omaha 1
Sioux City 1
At TojekaHr ime Wichita
Topk 2 Second game TOPeka s
WIchita it
5
3000 TO ios AVGIUS AND
IlliTIIItX
Tickets on sale Bept 24th to 30th
InclusIve Oood returning until Oct
Slat rorrnltUnK of stop overt en route
VIA TUB HALT LAKE notrrn The
last of the cheap nxcurilons to Los
ngulca
Dr CL A LIght has removed hi offices
to suite 2266 McIntyre nidII and
htnred reeldtnc to 12J4 B 2nd So
I
s
rrt of the fed Hep a lillf ester As
It WAS all fIr put ally f i shed In It
bunrli HnJ enrii va tirirl s iiamtel I
hut ns the rules do rot permit It non
hut Minor Heir nlll get M record For
a grail mnn venm light norness horse
men haxe heen wnlllne for a mile In two
minutes or lieltn m Bn actual contest by
either trotter or a pucer AH the pace
It the faster unit and the pHCl Star
Pointer I W In i 7i w u the first
Irrsf tn entr the lvo mtnute lIst it haL
KntrnlH beet extvxiM tint some side
wheeler would l > e tir plonwr Star
pointer hImself jlIl missed the honor as
at the Illinois state fi r at RIInjClnld
In Oiirher IMC he pn ect a hat In 2 io
n a HpeclHl mat li race In whh he de
N
n
OGDEN SPOATSMHJ
POSTPONE SEASON
Will < ih < > Duck Tinme lo llorover
from Mnladv Itcforo limiting
Will IK Allowed
Ogden Kept yThfl wild duck situa
tion which hu been the subject of con
tlilernble dUcufslon recently is appar
ently much Improved accordlne to a
statement mAde to Tho sews hy A I
HfKelow cashier of the Oxiln State bank
and secretHDtrca of the near Silver
club rompany
The local sportsmen hllo detlded hoiv
ever to comply with the request of Fred
V Chambers State fISh iind game war
den and postpone the opening of the
neaaon for on month In order to flu
the birds a chanoo to recover from the
malady which Is Killing hundreds of
them The grounds will he pntroled and
no shootlnc ullowtd Fresh water In
blnc turned Into thn lakes and iionda
now that the irrigatIon season III over
nnd It Is believed that one months grate
will placa the local shmillne grounds In
normal condition Mr lllgeluw says that
he has received advlcu In a telephone
ccmtnunloatlon from the cluh groundS
t 1 the effect that J D Kendall and
Bupt V F Davis of the cluh mAde a
visit of Insprctlun over the north and
south lake near the mouth or near riv
er and that they were omj able to fifth
foul ducks which vere nripnrently sick
although It was Impossible to row nil to
these During the pmt week the rlxer
hAs raised about ono font and hip fresh
water ha nppwemly brourht u sudden
change for the better Thn marsh In
unusually well supplied with ducks and
fiiilit DavIs stated that ho had started
reading wheat KM an experiment Mr
HlKflow telephoned his Hood news tn
State Oatne Warden Fred ChumherN and
wait pleaded to learn mitt tho irae lin
pruvment had boon noticed nt the mouth
of Jordan river Mr rhamlierk attrib
uted tile change to the fresh water
which led been turned Into Uu Jordan
liver It Is thought that nftetru few
fall storms set In the UliMllfintwlll be
entirely normal ns11ntiuili lf 0io sat
Infactlon or numerous dnck hnntcru In nil
parlH of lh State Mr Hlgelow plaits
that the situation Is a snur < e of muci
crHtlfleatlon lo the moinbera or the Dear
llher club although the opening data
haag Men indefinitely postponed und Iho
Krotindx will he xtell pntrnlrd sn that
no riuntlng will be permitted on the usual
opening d1 > Oct 1
rivn xo sitK nrcics
Sportsmen Will Open Scuson In c clio
County hdlimluj
LORIIII Sept i7 Loral frUmpn
have made another exhaustive Investi
gation an to this duck dltfRp that Is
prevalent In the districts south of hcre
and as a rrsult are MtHflfd that ni >
dIsease exists nmonjr the rachft county
duck A Inrire party of sportsmen
went out on Sunday and again yester
tiny nntl after covering the greater part
of the hunting grounds failed to nml
a fowl that showed Symptoms of thr
dIHI > e Pome slcl < duck worn foun
hut Investigation showed they ver >
Rurferlnar from shot wounds In con t
riuetiro of this Imestlgntlon there will
ho plenty of shooting fop the llrat few
dajs of the open season but after that
It rimy stop na theta In H fear that
some of the Infected ducks may ny
from the South If there la any shooting
there
LEAN CLOSES UP GAP
IN SECOND BLOCK PLAYED
tn the second block er their 3Ilnt
threeouihlon bllllnrd match H II L4en
gained considerable round lUll nltht
on Ijluyd Jnvne when he ncored 61 points
In his opponent SO The muti nutt
pUjed Ht the Jexne parlOrs In the Ken
soil hotel tAcit Is now ooh 11 points
behind Jexne Jevne pulled oft the high
rune of J 4 and 3 last night while LPatt
not 4 it und I The men will play the
third block tonIght lit Icons Inn
The score now stands
Tern M M lii
Lean 21 ts so
Fred Orlfflth la the referee of the
match
oonnx ixiPiisTATn FAIU AXT >
HOHSI HACKS
Gpectal Klectrlq train every day VIA
Bamberiter line leave Salt Lake 12
noon Fare S 100 round trip Sept
Und nnd 29th
COlAXfiI uxnnv
Phones 3029134 Went 1st South
Thoroughly Modern Work price
treatment rlcht
Salt Ljilo Iliolo and Supiily Co
Kodnks nnikhlnr framing 142 Main
Street
J
a
f tied Ih famous hick jlmn Joe
IA h > n in This mood s tie world s
ra IP rt for f > IOIIB l it It h1311
to Hpp < ni unbeatnhle Flniliv twO years
pgn gt LlnKlnn Ir Minor Heir
e < nnleil II In let It was nil approach
ed lull II was reserved for 1910 to brIng
fortii the nocalled 8XIcl1 vent This
f urred at OalsburK Ill last month
There Au g 25 Minor Heir in a dash lace
ujcmn1 IIdfrJAOod Tiny oi paced H
mil m flat 2J0 nnd placed himself se
itirtl > III the qulne Hall of Tarn al the
ftret harrcss horse In hlst n to make a
record In even time Thlp perform
ance nnnrlerfnl AS It wax had features
whIch md It evident that Minor Heir
could IIr It
2
BARNEY OLDFIELD SETS
FOUR NEW WORLDS RECORDS
Milwaukee Sept 27 tlnimi Old
fiId HOI four new world re < ordi on the
Mutn fair giuuiulH travk IIITC hits after
imon
In the fimll race against line ha
traveled tru1 UiMancA III n47 heating ll < >
tecord which was held In llxlpli De
Talma In this race he traveled the 3 >
mllen In new time ceiling a mark of
lt15 13 Thin niHik alwi look the record
from D < Ialnin IIP having held the
record with th ilmw tn a > which hl
made at Clrand Itnplds Mlrli
The if miles were mime in 13 4125
Oldflelil also ret it new tnerk for the
cnn hour Men Irnvellnc WJ miles dur
ing tim hour hitting the nlI record hy
one Hint onehalf miles
1Ieallll Kinille rare 311 In 244 cuhlo
Inchea dlpplacement Hutck Fahr first
Buick Kent second ropeHarlford
S18On third H A lj Hushes fourth
InHQU 10 t
Teiirnlln rare < iass r up to tM
plHtorf di > l oemenl Hnlck Fahr first
Varien olroll Bor cli second time
MJI 1fi
T innilln nue handli iO cubic
Inches dlnplaoement TopeHartford Nel
on first K A I aeimd Warren
Detroit third IlInIOrfI
Ono hour rae 311 to a < i cubk Inches
dlsplflienient Knox OMfleld first Fahr
IvipeHarlford Nelson serond Buick
third WarrenDetroll Borsch fourth
Ilulik Klaher fifth F A I IIURhes
sIxth Ilulck Kent eenlh distance
bIJ miles
JACK lirMli UKCOVKHINO
Jack Hume the ileer hlcytle rider
who was not expected to live for week
HK a ntHull uf n fall ut thn Salt Pal
MA saucer track IM regainIng his
xtrennth and slowly recovrlnn For paw
crtil lays he has been hitched alutut In
nn Invalldii chair and spends most of
bin Him out of doors nnich Is Improv
Inc Ms condition
SIOItTI C viti nu ims
SyramiBe N y sept 11tliarlca n
right a nnotfme newspaper man nldr
Iv kl1n IhrotiRhout the < ountrv la dead
nt his liotn as the result of n fAil sus
tained cia wr rkit urn
Mr WrlRlil In ura was Mr SportIng
Kdltor of tile 8racii n Courier and wan
tIm flrnt sporting edItor ever emnloved
bv ntiv newipiper In the Tnlled Htates
II > went into politIcs n few year Uter
retIring fmm hits newspnpfr connections
In WJ 11 hec < une chief of police here nn
office whtrh he held for B years Ho tt
tired In 1 1B
0
NEW WAY OF RAISING
MONEY FOR METHODISTS
fhli Ki Sopt jK iloftdnlRht cnn
tilliullon boxei i ollmtloti platen rum
IIUUn sales mO1tyralBlnj isocliols
mlKslonary ciuplopcn and all the old
fashioned method of iRUlntr rhiirolt
funds nro to bf done away with by the
MrthodlMft of nok county
Uy n new 1Ihtrm of taxation the
men of the Methodist church will aA
sumo entire llnani lut rofliotulblllty
and the oiiion anti their societIes lire
to bo relieved of all are utid worry
about the matter The plan was
brouRht to n focus at n meeting In
Centrwl church Rvanslon last night
It hAH been tried out and thin Is thA
WilY It In to be clone Tho treasurer of
the church Interview earth male mem
ber anti Mocures from him n pledge of
anythIng from one ont to 1000 the
pled co being patabln nt any period
specified by check or reIn
When the totals are summed HIT ap
propriation cnn no made for mini
toro salary church maintenance
xicclHl collection for home and
forolsn iiiUiilotiHrUn charities anti
other call for llnnnclal xupport In a
Kcncral budget
The proposition first cune up a year
ago ut which time cnrtaln ohiirchen
agreed to give It a thorough trial nn
sultii were declared tA have been
bights xuttsfgctnry In each CHIC
Vo tried thin irlun for K year
annoumel Rev Alfred ltuch pastor
of a West Hide rhurth and not onlv
linv fuund our revenue Increased
but also the attendance the latter be
< au n of tho abnence of appeals for
fund from the pupIl where before
ue tried to raise JJSftft we raised
4000 thin ear without trouble
I can add our Indorncmciit to the
plan Hl1 Ith Horace WIlllHins
paxtor of Centrnl church at KvHimton
I believe it has raised our resources
100 per cfcnt
s
Ymitow6ToM spucrAb TKAINS
15 and IS which left Salt Lake
dully for Yellowstone at 7 p m and
trrlvu dallv at 736 a m during Tel
lowwtnne Park seaiion were discon
tinued September lth
4fMLNVTE SIKVICE
To Ogden wa O S I for Inter
Mounlnln Four State Fair and Inter
Mountain Good Roads Convention
Ticket on Nile Sept 22 to 29th In
cliiwlve limited Sept 30th Round
trip S 110 City Tkket Omvo 156
lain Street
DENVER MAY SPOIL
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Inttltutlon TlirrnlciK to Vltlidrnu
lYont HncL I nil nutl ii Cimfrrciicc
And Knock Out Utah imiifs
Dncr university may reter all fi
lion with the Stocky Mountain i Mlfg
conference and fill In It football s h1
li after the mlddl of October with cmi
Me elevens as an outcome of I he ml
lg held at the University dub In tun
IT last week according lo advlcen fini
i rado The School or Mint and the
AuM iiltiir college mnv allow mil n1
sb action Mill mesh lyle rninplH II
r iitlon ot the confeimrd situ break mi
th hfdule for tho nhlIy of fiah
which InolmlHi a tmir rr Inlnrodo
tine of the first matter tuxught up it
uI n lommltn nMlln wu intnei or
rot Denver nhoulil tie tllluw i IlSY tflp
Marquette unlvniUy Pieveui In lenvr
uct 16 The rnprff nl ihei of the
I ollrall or cMlnrfllo lloIIr lint
< > rradn collage folorailo Springs tried
nKHinut In Kin > nhll Sclic i Mint
tinfl itnil the Agricultural < nlllr
> t Iolltn voted with tin lural lnll
Iltfl lo How Hi game The I nitersi
I f llh tiii only other rnmhT oft
L nfrnr wai not r pr > vrtM Th
ii i or the rnnfrr nre are U11 that the
VHP of at leaSt two cUlltK InS > prent
a KltTiH li lvwn a < nntfiTfnct < nUK anrl
nn niiiHldi1 eietrn
If I Iii two tiirtlttjtlonn wit < h toted
m HIM 1 the Kim pTnlot III their tiltiide
It u more limn iIkii > that Denser unto
> Crt will nthilruw from the confer
nt aiul that tOrt will li anoompanlx
lit n Kcho of II iias and the ARrtcul
lurnl iohlege
lowIar Iho ioniiiiltt toted In take
up the < quest nr i hi r nv < 1rMnrou tt
linuiTflly KHinr an th first order of
business mill the ivrinnl whIch follow
otj tasted tlii Kratr visit nf thi after
inHui and ajl other bnlnoM WitS pot
pnnnl until Ol I wliin a Ito t hei meet I ii g
If the HiKilaiinii Mill lin held
thin nwttlnR wee hM In great secrecy
aR arc nil thf > S OHM of III r nitTfnf
lull NK iimal Ilir fads ciiir rnlnc Iho
Inmlnom rt mfl Tfi Icnhrd mil
When the mutt t of the JUrqilflUi
Fame ovits hrnnKit up repreartitatlvee pf
tile Denver unlvemliy Oxplslnod Mint li
fore HUH genie was defInitely nrrannocl
Hi Mariuittf authoritIes agrew that
their eleven which 11 limimht ovest
would punfnrm slrlcily wllli tin rllRllill
nWII IoW IJ
Itv mica or this Unclo Mountain confer
PuCe It aca with such n ilniite In the
nlrt Hint tlie final paper were sign
cdTh
Th < i IlfiHPr authoritIes air at AlulA
lo ulidirMiinl vhy sonic of the ronfer
dices colleges ahouM object to this game
with Mar < Uott > when It la In lie plavoil
iinilrr Iho rRlhllltv ruin of the llm hy
Mountain rontrt > n < e when at thn Fame
Urn they tithe no objection when the
Pnlerllt of colordv plays situ teams
u the Now Mexico which linn no eliEfhll
fly rules Fort nuuell soldier anti Illin
Iunin which have llttl or no Hlati < lliiK In
ollfslal athletics The Marquettn eleven
pluyi Mlphlcui Notrn Dame anti other
Inartlna Itmtltullona of din mldrtls wool
At this UniH Dennr wan n htit In gtce
an Immediate reply to Marquotln con
ifrnlnj the rule iind as no proof of In
fllglbllty had heen rurnlnhed arHlnut
Mnnietti and alSo as the Wlioonnlii HII
ttiurltlea iiRretj to n contract under the
rllKlblltty rulci of the Uook Mountiiln
conference the Denver management went
Mud and made all rrnnerin fm
Ih contest Now with the date for jiliiy
InK the Iam only three week away the
matter In lirounht up before the onfer
ence and on the II rat 011 sufficient
MITnEtli is cut against Denver to force
It to either give up thrt game or It niem
berHhlp to the conference The mutter
will tie ron lo rfd during Ihe next few
days by authorItIes at tin loral Inntltii
tlon hut from Intervlnwn lam iilRlit It
iota li < > en Rathered H a nlmnjt a foregone
ronolunlon that Deuvrr will retire fpm
the iron f erf nee before It will cancel HID
blur rime
Such action will in Mil tlmt all gaines
scheduled ty IXnver with nockr Moun
lain onfer nB olleKe for dates after
tnt Js w11t hiRv 1n tie
11I < ltd itt
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played Indeinndent of the conference
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Tour complexion ni well ni your
temper is rnndcre miserable by n
rtlrorrtcred liver Hy taking rhnm
berlaln Stomach nnd Liver Tablets
you can Improve both Sold by nil
dealers
mnrcS MIVINO CONOJHSS
Los Ancclcs ScDlrnihrr IIlh to Xt
1st 1010
J8000 round trip from Salt Lake
Ur via TilE SALT LAKK IlOtTE
Tickets on sale Kept 24th to 30lh
good returning Oct 31Rt Make your
reservations now
3000 TO LOS ANOIMS xn
HKTUKV
Tickets on sale Sept Jlth to Slut
Inclusive looil returning until Ort
31nt PormlttlnR HtopnverH en loulc
VIA TIn SALT AKK notTp The
last of the cheap excursions to Los
ngIo8
CAUGHT THREE SHARKS
AND A HORSE MACKEREL
Long Branch X J Sept iS One
of the bIggest cHtchnA of the iLshln
se Hoit here It i retlltnd to IaptHln
1 flrniii Lockuood amid the little crow
ot his lldlilns mack Olnnh The boat
esterdav brouijht In four huh which
tipped the scale at nn average of
I UOO pounds each The cJiUh Includ
ed three sharks anila horse maikercl
INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY
SURVEY EXPEDIION
Dawson V T Wept s TI In
ternatlonal hounnarv nurve i xpedl
tlon Including 7S men and 6 brses
which has been running a line wean
Cnnndn rind Alnxka north nf the
Yukon river this season nrrlved
yesterday en route for the south In
charge of Thomas RIBBS reprf entlnsr
America and J D trnlR represent
lug Canada
An cixtremely rough country be
tween the Yukon and the Porcupine
rIvers was trcxersed A third of the
horfes taken In last sprhiK died on
tmbluxed trails mind moruwei Those
brought back look like nkeletnn
The men ate In good health Tho
parfv pinna to return earh next sea
son prepared tn spend the two sue
edlnff winter In the arctic
WILKESBARRE PA WANTS
TO COPYRIGHT ITS NAME
AVIlkesbarre Its Sept 31 Wilkenharre
nlll try to copright Its name so that
It cannot he uN bt allY other pla < e In
the United Slates Whether this cn he
don 01 net Is not certain nut the coun
cil list night adopted n resolution pro
rrn
liiltiK that application for Olrlkh he
made
a
OVIiY 110
To Ogden and return for Inter
MountdlnFour Plate Fair and Inter
Mountain Good Roads COnvention via
Oregon Shore Line Tickets limited
to Sept 30th City Ticket Offla 158
Main Street
o
AMKHICAV M1XINO COXtlJlKSS
Ix > i tnxtIes Senteniher Sfllh to Oct
In 1910
ISO 00 round trip from Salt Lake
CIty via THE SALT LAKE nOtE
Tickets on sale Kept S4th to SOth
gnd reservation returning now Oct SlsU Malie your
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Tho Dough Dough bird is a MG old cuss
Said he When making bread dont fuss
Use HUSTLERS FLOUR IT MAKES GOOD BREAD
Thats what the wine old Dough Dough said
I FIRST UNOlJN GorA
TO MEET JOHNSON
Mile MrliWMl nr Mloomri Op to
hlR o to slum I Itoh uikl
II lllHltlP
Chicago HTI > Miles M I aI 0 he
of the first unknowns II b meitne
an the hlf mal H hope arrIved 1 < Chi
i ago yest tilHy from his home at Album
Mo nnd wilt t nee undirtnk in show
n f Cut iMtton InteiestiM In finding a
n 1 who cull dethione Champion Jack
Jhnion that he knows something nhmit
i righting mme by boxing xxlili Joe
i IK nskl today
The aspirant for t > ugttl lle boners Is
S riot 1 Inchs ond weighs Sit nounils
Jle Is y years old and oltht nmoke nor
fliluk 1eixl aieered that unless he
IK i niivlnied he gall whip Johnson he n x
ci uin t i > m forxxaiil with f offer to
fight him
1 fi KMinQfiflhly sure I eon beat that
fellow Mi TxiM said for I hay boxed
since I was If yeum old and I know
KOmeihtng shout the fine points of Ihf
Sail I believe I < it nil as hnrd ns
Johnnon Mini I Know I can tike t eMI
more puntahnMnt
Joe < I > Ikl who Is trying to find a
finn In defiMt Johnson said It M < Lend
cart flghl al nil he will lie Hint the man
to win hack the title for lit0 whit race
nnd If he ihows H xvllllnftnes In meet
Johnson Choyiiskl asSerted I would
take held of film nnd trnln him fi his
fIghts
PACKEY McFARLAND BEATS
FIGHTING DICK HYLAND I
Nan York Pcpl r Pi key lie
1n rio Ott the rhlciigo Ii g lit tool g Iu I out
tiolnlrl Huh Hilhiiitlil Jiguit log DlU
Hylnnd In A slashing 1orouiil bout tn
Iilrhl before the Kilitnint AthletU rlut
the biggest crowd thai has ever M
Iesperl n contest before this club tvs
presto I wns Knrlandi first n
jiearain n here since he outpointed Vi
< ross two years ago and he qtit k
won popular favor NI dei Ulon it i
rendered
McKailand started mixing fiorn I
ftsit usIng a short snappy delve ti Im
fact tnnt ponfused Hyland The taller
however unmindful of piinlshnrnl
tttsbed continually landing swlncs to llm
body hut the dlstancn was too ei rt
for this style o fightIng to Ito eff
live
liveMcKarlnml rme a tine exhlblllri of
boxlnc using his forearm Pffeitvet In
blocking Gradually he led Hvlflnd int y
making wild limces while his r
blown wer well timed and dlri < 1 In
clinches AleFarland showed to Biliftn
lRe working a right uppercuf lo I
face that drew blood
Both men finished strong the f > il
round being fast stid even McFarlsnd s
niperlrtr work thrcuKhout howrr fti <
rpnnrcnt to the experts
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