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HE fiftyodd spectators that gathered gatheredI
T I I at a Walkers W1 kers field yestorday to tolJt tolJtn1 Wit Witnr
1 of the th schedule schedulein
nss nr the first game o
in n the flAW city clt leacuo le JJo just formed will willprobably wlUprobably wRprobably
probably agree to a man that from a aFfe aI1taulal ak
Ffe I1taulal k tabular point of o vlow Iow It was C1lS as the thegreatest theIwaht thegriitet
greatest K game ame m played in Salt I bake uke ke this thisRiMon thIson tile tileaIfl
were the theiiaiiK the8ldtr theStdkr
RiMon aIfl on Tho opposing teams
iiaiiK from Fort Douglas Do 1111S and the Salt SuitLik Salt1lkp SaltIlerdware
Lik Hardware asgregation l and what whatIM whatt
IM t v II Jo not know about baseball was wasnmrft wnSn waseari
nmrft n thar th thaofsr offset CCs1 by tho bitter struggle strugglettwy strussloIhlY 3truggiethy
thy put ut UD to 0 tvln out outIt outIt outIt
It tok twelve Innlncsto InnlmK to decide which whichwa whichwa hleh hleh1a
wa < the th better b tttr team and It is snfo fo to say saytiat saytlat saythat
that for r the last five inningsno InnlnsS no twoteams twoteamsUutt twotamslhOAt twoteatnethat
that f cvr VIT trod a diamond tried harder to towiii toIII
wiii a Kanie amt The few spectators who whowere wbowere whowCre
were about evenly enly divided left their seats seatsa seatoINWlIn
a 11 l crowding INWlIn on to the diamond rooted rooteduntil rootedlItlllt rootedmill
until lItlllt It looked ll k at several times as If somo somo9f somo9f some9r
9f thf th partisans would come to blows blowslioth blowsfoth blowsioth
lioth teams made plenty of errors but butth butth hutthIe
th thIe sc e were contributed by both sides just justovn justo
ovn 0 Ln t n Cough to keep the score about oven ovenuil evenht ovenI
uil I no II matter how l raw an error a player playerraiht playermight
tert tertl ie t nry nryman
might ht make It was sure to be equaled by bya
a man on the other side in the next In InrjTig Inri1g Inring
ring Till score stood 9 to 3 at the end endof endof endt
of t the eighth rlghtltlnnlnc Inning when the real play playing playIii ¬
ing Iii r bfgaii < glll In tho ninth neither slrlo slrloscored sldoseored 5110st
scored st orcd although the Soldiers came within withinan 1thIn 1thInan
an ace of setting a man In who was field fieldId
Id d out at home
Salt l Lake a went t tthe out mi the thoone thevne
one two i thr thrvi h < vi order in n i the tt tenth t while whilethe thllethe
the Soldiers ke kett t tho bases filled until untilMII
MII ti i last rajm was out Umpire Borchers Borchersrefund Borchersfffu Borchersrtfud
refund fffu d to jive 110 a Soldier his base when hen hit hitby hitto
by to t the th pitcher in this inning when the thoIMS theJ5eS thebee
IMS bee J5eS S were filled which would have havefiTced haverrcfd have1rtd
fiTced In the winning run and tho Sol SolUicrs SolUIfN Sotdiers
Uicrs started to leave the field but re rcririsklered rensldlrt renideretl
ririsklered nsldlrt > tl their action and played plu ed the thegimr tbetffiro thegmp
gimr tffiro nut lit In tho eleventh errors let in intwo int1lJ Intw
two tw runs for both teams again tying the thef theIn
f T < In the twelfth Salt Lake Hardware HardwareIt
5 It < t Hahltn fla far as second with two twom twoflail
m flail ij out when wh n ho was wascaught caught napping off offth oC oCIhf offth
th Ihf hag and was thrown out by lJ the theUtrhir th tht theT
Utrhir UtrhirTn t hr hrTa
Tn T first man up for the Soldiers In tho thotwelfth thotlffh theTiItth
twelfth sot to first on balls and scored a anmjnent nnllmtlit aflIim1lt
nmjnent later on Barrickmans hit which whichwiit whichVil
wiit Vil w ut between ltwt > en Shortstop Babcocks legs legsHif legsh
Hif h ht friimre f tulC of o the game was the pitch pitching pltcbi ¬
ing i kr if r irimets for the Soldiers who whoru whoruk whotruck
< truck ru < k out eighteen men Neither pitcher pitchers
wi vJ s < hit vtry r bard although Ottingar was wastrifle wasIt
It l trifle vrJIri wll Several Rood ood plays were weremadf weromadto werefliide
madf but these w were rc offset by b as many manyn
1 > n whkh hkh only kept up the interest interestin
in the KI Eame aln4 mo ua a the winners were in doubt doubtnl i
IJ nl nllht th the < last run had been scored scoreds
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11 11 tvteBabcock hl ock 2 > B1 B Miinratts Miinrattsmptun MergttttsLIdiu Iir ts tsL
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1 < mptun < n Att Attenthiflc AUendlne f nd netL i aA UnJ UnJFIRST 1nIurrhtra nl nll
urrhtra Time or iaI3 iaI3FIRST
l rrhr Tme Jm i iFST
Big Crowd Crwd Saw rarmers aer Defeat In Infants I Infants ¬
fants fantsSpecial fant fantsSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldJuly Herld HerldJuly heraldJuly
July 24 24ln In a rattling nttln goed game gameplayed gamepla gameplayed
played pla d h hre here re this morning morng Buck Buckrs
rs r s clodh cOhrs cIodhppers ppers trtmmod trmme the In Ina
> a score tor of 5 to The game was wasi wnsAhN
S > i < i AhN n flPY M > y throughout tbr hout and greatly greatlyi
d i th hf bljc b crowd that tllt saw NW it it Both Bothwore BothWfn Bothwere
wore Wfn in good trim and were w r In Ini
tm an
1 for six s safeties sfete but Lagoons Lagoonsheaviest LJns LJnsheaT Lagooflheayiest
heaviest heaT t and an most opportune opportuneorrom OIJPrtune OIJPrtunerl opPortuneerrore
orrom rl were p costly ct ospeqlally o lrdly the theMils the1 I Iw
Mils Us of Puce Pucewere PacercSS <
rcSS were w r Kddle Ei Hahns fielding filding In Inare inF j
r garden are Bucks Bukl work at first frt and andk
S k s s clever I work in fielding felding his hl posl poslWaterlmry psl pslWatfrlury posisatorhury
Waterlmry Watfrlury was os on the sh stab b for forn fornlt forTit
n Tit t suirkey Strk fer Lagoon Lgn The do dos d deiOre
< s sou ore follows
b 1 4 e 0 2 4 0 0ft 0ff 0Ifs
u ft ff Ifs s S 0 I 92 I 2 1 0 0l 0H 0i
l H rl rur FILItV > ury p 4 0 1 0 S 0 0i 0i
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tlev 1t i f 0 0 8 0 0 0amen
> s amen S fci k 1 4 0 v 0 0 t t0 0 0h
l f 2 2land 0 OO 0 g gc 0
h 4 g 21 i 0 0sitnd
land c 4 4p 0 2 r 4 0 0 0rrf 0ki
ki p j 4 4rty 0 1 3 5 0 04
g gTotas
> rrf rty r r 1 f 1 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totas 5
Score by b innings inningsLogan InnlnC InningsLogan
Logan 00010100 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 G 02 02Lagoon 2 2Lagoon
Lagoon Lloon 21010001 1 1 0 01 1 0 0 001 0 1 1Sumtlry 0 0o 0oSumtrary 3 3Sumirary
Sumirary Sumtlry Lagoon 2 Logan L 1 Two Twobao Two Tw0base
bao base hita hltAHahn hitsHahn Hahn Threebane Threble hits hisPlake hitsPiake Plakc
2 Hoinerun Home ru runPace Pace Passed balls balsPac balisPac02 balisPac02Wild Pace 2 2Wild 2
Wild Wid pitch 1ltchVaterbuo Waterbury Bases Basel on balls ballsOff bals ballsOff
Off oc Waterbury 4 off of Starkey StrkeY 1 Struck Struckout StruckoutBy StruckoutBy
out outBy By Waterbury Water Uo 6 by byStarkey Starkey Strke 6 Left Lefton Uf LeftOfl
on bases basesLogan basesLogan Logan 5 Lagoon 4 Double Doublepljiys DoubleplrsStone DoublepIysStonoy
pljiys plrsStone pIysStonoy Stoney to Quick Breslno to Wet WeaVer Weter Vep
Ver er er loTlake Jlake Time of game 145 Um Umplre Umpr UrnpireLeiscnrlng
plre pr pireLeiscnrlng Lcisenrine Lelscnrlnl Attendance Atendance 2000 2000Pace 2000SECON O OSCON
Pace Pac Gives Frightful Fightu Exhibition Exibiion Be Behind Behind
hind the Bat BatSpecial BatSpecial
Special Specal to ThoHerald ThQIIerald ThQIIeraldLogan ThoHeraldLogan 4 4Logan I
Logan July Jul 24 21In In a game that was wasfeatureless wasfcatnreles8 wasfeatureless
featureless yet et marked marke by b the frightful frightfulwork frshtful frshtfulwork frightfulwork
work of Pace behind bhind the tlC bat Iagon Lagoon laid tyldIt 141dIt laidit
It over r Logan this tbl afternoon aUernon by b a score scoreof sce sceo scoreof
of o It to 2 Pace had finger
1 a a fnger split splt open openandhis openand openandhis
andhis and his shins Zhlns bumped by fouls until untl he hecould hecould hecould
could hardly harly walk walk in addition addton to which whichhe whlehhe whiehhe
he seemed ceml1 utterly unable to hold the t1e ball balland ball balland
and In conseqy con5eqgiice nce put up u a 1 i game that thatprevented tht thtrevented thatprevented
prevented revented then en cn8 a lookin for victory
Quick and ad McCafferty McCaferty were wer the slab art artists at actlets ¬
ists and McCafferty had the Loganltea Loganlteaeverlastingly Lognle Loganlteeverlastingly
everlastingly eerlastng1y fated being in fine fne fettle fettleQuick fettle fetUeQuick
Quick simply could culd not let I t himself out on onaccount onacount 9n 9naccount
account acount of Paces condition conditon Rebsamen Rebsamendid n ndid
did some exceedingly eceedingly clever fielding fleldlngn fleldlngnrght In Inright InrIght
right rght garden arden
The Summary SummaryLAGOON Summr SummaryLAGOON
Briseno ss fS 6 0 2 1 1Veaver 1Weaver
Weaver 1 b 4 2 0 It 1 0 0Bradley 0Bradle 0Bradley
Bradley Bradle c r 4 3 0 1 0 0 0Rebaamen 0Rebamen 0Rebsamen
Rebaamen Rebamen r f 5 3 1 3 0 0 0King 0King1f
King King1f 1 f 5 1 1 a 0 0 0Plake 0Plake 0Plako
Plake 3 b 5 1 2 2 5 0 0ilcCausland QCuslnd
ilcCausland Cuslnd c 5 I < 0 0 2 2 2Starkey 10 10Starkey 1 0 0Strkey
Starkey Strkey 2 b 4 11 1 1 25 2 5 5McCafert 2 2McCafferty 2McCafferty
McCafferty McCafert p 5 1 1 1 1 0 0Totals oTptais
Totals Is M MLOGAN s 27 d 13 3 3LOGA 3 3LOGAN
Stoney 2 b VB S 0 0 0Brockhoff 0f 2 A 3 2 2Brockhoff
Brockhoff ss 4 1 1 1Wuterbufy 3 0 0Wtttcrbuty
f ft ibl j jPace
Wuterbufy 1 b 5 0 Ol 0 O 0 1 1Thatcher 10
Pace 4 0 0 0QC 3 3 2 20
QC p = 14 0 1 0 CO 6 0 0I 0Thatcher
Thatcher 1 f 0 1 1 1 1 1Hahn
Hahn I h bc c f 4 0 8 8Stu 0 0 0 0 0Stucke 0Stucke
Stucke Stu eke 3 b 4 1 2 S 1 0 0Ixjgan 0Logan
Logan Lgn r f fTotals c 0 0 0 0 0 1 1Totals 1Totals
Totals 53 S sScore 7 7Score 7 7e
Score e by Innings InningsLogan I inningsiLogan I I IL
Logan 0 00000021 00000021Lagoon 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3
Lagoon L 2 S0 O 0 O 0 4 2 0 014 014Earned 14 14Earned
Earned ir runs runsLagdOn S Lagtron 2 Logan L n 1 ll llbKe Two Twoba Twobase
ba bKe base e hits hltulck hitsQuick Quick and ad Thatcher Three Threebase Tre Trebas Threebase
base bas hits hlsRebsmcn hitsflebsamen Rebsamen Passed Pased balls ballPac ballPacI balIsPact Pact
5 I Ruses Bses on balls balsOfC ballsOff Off Qdick Q lck S off Mc McCafferty 1lc 1lcCafert McCafferty ¬
Cafferty Cafert 4i 4 Hit Hltby by pitcher picherPlake pitcherPlake Plake Struck Struckout Strck StrckoutBy StruckoutBy
out outBy By McCaffertiv cCateru 3i 3 3by > by Quick Qulc 3 Left Lefton Lft Lfton Lefton
on bases ba5esLogsnt3t Lgal Logans of Lagoon Lfgon 6 6 Double Doubleglays DoublePlaSto DoubleplaysStopey
glays PlaSto playsStopey Stogejr ey tQ rockhoff rckoU Plake to totarkey toStarkey
Starkey toWeaverV r Veayet JTlme Zrime200 hne 00 O Umpire UmpireLeiaenrlng UmpireLelsenrins UmpireLeisenring
Leiaenrlng Attendance Attn ac GOL GOLPresident 6 6W 000WII
WII 2lESIGN 2lESIGNPresident G Grresident
President Lucas LucasIEaving ofHisOwn of Is Having Troubles TroublesofHisOwn Tubles Tublesof TroublesofHisOwrn
Spokane Wash aHh July uly 21 21I I will wi not notresign not notresign
resign rI my position positon tomorrow tomorr and never neverwill neyerwf neverwill
will wf declared dttlare NV V H I Lucas president prsidtnt presid nt of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the Pacific Northwest 1orhwest baseball basebal league J a e to today to tom toJ today
day The T story that I would resign to tobecome tobecome
ot ls
become m manager J of the Spokane team Is Isfalse Isfalse I
false and foolish foolishTljls foollh foollhT41 foolIshTIis
Tljls statement Is confirmed confred by Presi Pei Peident President ¬
dent Reddy neddo of the Spokane team who whosays whola whosays
la says 1S no change hanlo in I planned here and d he hewill hei hewiil
will i support upprt Luousat Luou at tomorrows t nnorWs meet meeting meeting meetlag ¬
ing Manager 3anager Dujrdale of Seattle Seatte and andPresident andPresldcltLane andProsidetttLane
President PresldcltLane ProsidetttLane Lane of Butte are hero h ro pledged pledgedto pldg d dto
to support RUlP rt Lucas President C W Whl WhitmQro Whit Whitmans ¬
mans moa ot at the t e Portland Por PotU nd < cluta lub lub arrived today todayand toay toayand todayand
and said sall that tat ho would not make a motion motionto moton motonto
to release reense Lucas Luca but would make a clause clauserestricting clausQrestrlctns clauserestricting
restricting restrlctns the power of the president presidet so sothat sothat sothat
that if one umpira becomes bccomf bccom unpopular in inany Int inany
any city t the h president SJ e would not return returnjilm returnJilm u
jilm to Its grounds after notification lf u uthe by
the club cub president presidentMammoth nresldent nresldentMammoth presidentidammoth
Mammoth 1 Provo Povo 6 6Special 6Speial 6Special
Special Speial to The Herald HeraldProvo Herld HerldProo IferaldProvo
Provo July Jul 24 4he The ball bal same gme between betweenMammoth betweenMammoth
Mammoth and Provo drew a larso lano and andenthusiastic andcnthuslastc andenthusiastic
enthusiastic cnthuslastc crowd The visitors did not notseem noteem notseem
seem to have hle much show ho against a lnst the thehome thehome thehome
home boys bys Sorensons Sor nsont pitching piching was par particularly particular particularly ¬
ticularly ticular fine fine The following folowing Is the line lineup lne lneup lineup ¬
up and score cor by innings inningsMammoth InningsIammoth InningsMammoth
Mammoth Position PosIton Provo ProvoSmoot ProoSmoot ProvoSmoot
Smoot 1 B Therlot TherlotCook Teriot TeriotCook TheriotCook
Cook 2 B Choulea ChouleaMoore ChouleaMoore ehouleo ChoulesMoore
Moore o 3 B Harper HarperF
F Klsher rh r R J K rmi rmiIQron I King KingIvarson KingIvarson KingIverson
Ivarson IQron C F FPeterson FPetersonJ Peterson PetersonJ Peteron PeteronJ
J Theriot L F Smith SmithCook SmithMichael Smih SmihMIchael
Michael S S SBoshard SBoshardA Boshard BoshardA BoshardFishe
A Fisher Fishe P PSorenson PSorensonScore Sorenson SorensonScore Sorenon SorenonScoro
Score by b innings inningsMarmoth Innlgs Innlgsnr InningsMarnoth
Marmoth nr oth 001000 00100001 00100001Provo 0 1 0 0 0 0 G1 G1Preo 1 1Provo
Provo 123101 1 123101Carriers 1 0 1 S SCarriers SCarer
Carriers Carer Beat Clerks ClerksFor Cerk ClerksFor
For the tle first firt time tme in the Im history histor of the theSalt theSalt I
Salt a1 Fo Lake Lke postofftce pstffce the tlc carriers carrier baseball baseballteam b bqabaltteam bal
team tet defeated the clerks clek team yester yesterday yesterday ester ¬ i
day d morning moring Captain Neslens Xelens men ran ranrings rn rnrln ronrings
rings rln around the pigeonhole fishters fishtersto fhten
to the th tune of 23 l3 to 4 The carriers carIers line Hncur lne lneUP lineup I
UP > was as follows
pitch John Dals Daiis first bate base Tom John Johnfon Johnson
pitch fon son second Zecnd base S Neslen Se len captain cptain cptainthln captainthird I Ithird
third thln base b e Walter VaIEr Heath Heth short stop stopRoy stopRo stop1O
Roy Ro Young Youn left field Dan Mangan cen center center ecuCr ¬
ter Cr field eM Thomas Stanley Stanle right field fieldMangans feld fieldMangalts
Mangans tanans hitting hittng was wa a feature of the thegame thesme thegame
game sme
After Walkers Walkers Field FieldManager rieldManager ield ieldIannger
Manager Stoney of the th Logan Lgn team and andBuck andBuck andHuck
Buck Weaver of ot the Lagoons Lgoons will wi arrive arriveIn
In the city ciy this morning moring and try tr and ar arrange arrage arrange ¬ I
range rage games to be pulled puled off ff f hero Satur Saturday Saturdy Saturday ¬
day dy ana Sunday Sunda Stoney says he received I Iword IW Iwore
word W from President PTldett Harry 1arr Joseph Joseh of ofthe j
the Salt it Lake Lke team tem that he could secure secureWulkurs secureVaIkurs eure eureukurg I
Wulkurs lo ukurg flahVif flhyI hewanted llente It but Joseph Josephuld JOleph Josephsaid
said thl lastevening lasteVnl that the city elL league leago had hadu hadu
u call on the grounds unds and ad would alav alavtheir 1av 1avteir tnvtheif I
u cl
their games at Walkers as scheduled scheduledStoney scheul scheduledStoner
Stoner teir smes reports that both bt Ramey Ramo and andGlade andGla andGlade
Stonc Glade Gla will wl rprt come cme pack ck to Logan Lgn if I a a two twoclublaasue twoI twoclublottgUe
clublaasue clublaue Is tored formed and that Ifcice will willbar wi willbe
bar bt released releasedNATIONAL relese rebelledNATIONAL
Standing Sta ding of Teams TeamsPittsburg Team TeamsS I I
Per PerWen Percn PerIl
S Wen Il cn Cu Lost Lost Cent CentPilsbur CentPittsburg
Pittsburg PittsburgBrooklyn Pilsbur 53 i I I IS 763 6 63 I
Brooklyn n nBostn i iChicago > 32 3 3Chicago 3 4
Chicago ChicagoBoston W i 42 IaBostoit a aSB
Boston BostonSt SB 3 3 I 321 321St l lSt I
St Louis LouisCincinnati to uls 7 JK 41 4BI tt 443Cincinnati
Cincinnati v SS4 15 41 421j Ul UlPhUldulpha 421Philadelphia
Philadelphia vPhiladelphia PhUldulpha CincnnaU JI 3 47 7 7C 4S 4SChicago 42e3
KOTV C e3 York ok 5 51 3 3Chlob 122 122Chiengo
Chicago July Jul 21 IThc The locals los scored scoredthree seor seorthre scoredthree
three Chlob runs by bunching thr three hits hit an anfrom aner anerror
thre error ad and rns a aquestionabh Questorble dellon decision at te tepllte the theplate
er plate The TLotr Tisitbrs to Tns runs Zulte resulted resultedfrom
pllte from three single and a a double Except Excepting ExecptIng Exceptlug ¬
ing frm in t the sngle Inning innln in which each ech team teamscored teamscored
scored it was s decidedly dedey a pitchers pIcher bat battle blt bltte battie ¬
Fcord tie Attendance SOOO 50 S0 Score Scor I
te K R BHE BHEChicago 11 I li liChicago
Chicago Chi ChicagoCincinnati S0 5 2 2 2BatteriesrLundsrea 1 1CIncnnat
Cincinnati CincinnatiBatterie5LUlU15 I
CIncnnat BatteriesrLundsrea BtereLud and ad Rung Hahn Hahnand Hahnand 1 1and I
and Borger BorgerUmpire Borsr BorsrtmpiND
Umpire tmpiND tmpireODa tmpireODaNew O Day DayKew
New eW Yock otk July 24 41cQrps McGr lc Ks s > cw jwYork cwYork
York players placr Yot shut s ut out Hanlols hlanlan anla s men at atplaved atDrokl atBrooklyn
Xtrk Brooklyn today In a fnst fast cenn clean wel well wellplayed
Drokl Attendance 450 Score Scorejt ScoreNewYOrk
pla played e game pme Atendance 5S jt 1 1New
New NewYOrk York YorkBrooklyn 2 9 0 0Brokln ° 0Brooklyn
Brooklyn v 0 5 l lBatterlesMattfaew2on 1Bteresatbewon iBatter1esMatthei0fl
Brokln BatterlesMattfaew2on and nd Bowcnaan BowcnaanJlawton Bowrln Bowrlnn BowcruiunNewton
Newton Bteresatbewon n and Farrell Farrelltlmnlrc FalL FalLIrmle FarrellflmpirsmSlie
tlmnlrc flmpirsmSlie flmpirsmSlieBoston Irmle Irmlen Emslle EmsllePhiladelphia
Boston Jul 21Boston Bstn won frm frmPhltadelphla from fromlhiladeiphia
Philadelphia Phltadelphla n today tod through thrugh errors Ur which whicht
netted Boston two runs rns Philadelahlas Phl1dehls Phl1dehlssingle Phuladebhiassingle i isingle
single run came cm with wih a batting battng rally Tly In Inthe Inthe inthe
the ninth when three singles were wer made
Attendance otendaoce 4CO Score Scor me meotendaoce
3 P II 1 E EBoston BBoston
Boston BOlton 2 6 6Phiadelpha 2 2Philadelphia 2Philadelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelpha 1 9 9BaaereEon 2 2Batteries 2Bi4terlezEasoa
Batteries BaaereEon Bi4terlezEasoa Eason and Moran Iorn White nlte and ad
Jacklitsch JacklitschUmpire Jacltsch JacltschUmplrePowcr JacklitachUmpirePOwers
Umpire UmplrePowcr UmplrePowcr5t UmpirePOwers UmpirePOwerst Powers PowersSt
St 5t t Louts Loui July 2UrrSt L t Louis is defeated
Pittsburg Pitburg today in a a sensational ninth
Inning rally rly It I was Jengtonal si pitchers nnt battle battlethroughout bUIt bUItb bUItthAg battlethrou6hout
throughout with thAg QNcllhaying Q2iii 1 having ptchers the th bet better better ¬
ter of Chesbra b Attendance r 2S60 thR Score ScoreR ScoreIL c
St St Louis 5 9 0 0Pittsburg oPlttsburg
Pittsburg 1 4 6 j 4 4Batieries 4BtLeriesilL
Batieries BtLeriesilL M M OJNeil iF and ani d J OXeil OXeilCbesbro ONeilChesbro en enChesbro
Chesbro and OConnor OConnorUmpire OConnorUmptreBrdwn
Umpire UmptreBrdwn Browm
Standing st dg of ofTeams Teams TeamsChicago >
Pa Paz PazWen
Wen Wen WenChicago Lruit Lt Cent Ce
Chicago ChicagoPhiladelphia 42 4 ijPhiladelphia 31 375 I IPhiadelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBoston Phiadelphia 41 4 41Boston 32 5t5
Boston BostonSt 44 4tSt 44St 35 550
St St Louis LouisWashington 40 O 35 3 53 533S 5B 5BWashington
Washington WashingtonCleveland n 3S 41 4 4S1 4S1Washington mCleveland 451Cleveland
Cleveland ClevelandBaltimore Z 4 442 442Baltimore l
Baltimore Baltmore 33 41 i 429 429Detroit
Detroit 1 4 42 423 423Washington
Washington ahn ton July 24 24Both 24Both Both Carrlck Crrie and andBcrnhard andBernhard andBernhard
Bernhard were effdctiXe err eUveln In todays to game gameand gamean
and an kept hits well scattered scattred days A twobase twobasebit gme gmean
bit by b Ryan I Jty n followed folove by b Dbylpa Ioles t yles home homerun 11me 11merqn homerun
run won the same nmc for the home team teiimAttendance teamtendnlcc tetimAttendance
Attendance tendnlcc 3340 o Score SCrc
P H E EWashington BWashington
Washington 3 S 5Cleveland 2 2Cleveland
lJo lJoBah
Cleveland 1 72 72Batteries 2 2BateriesCarriek
Batteries Bah BateriesCarriek Carrtck and Clarke Iarke Bernhard Bernhardand Bernhardaud Bernhardand
and Wood
Boston July 21 29St St lx Louts > ulsr went out in inorder inorder
order for r seven out bfelglit t Innings but butBurkets butBurkets
Burkets home run In j jt > the ninth made madeAttendance madethe
the rreef score close I iind n the flnlp finish xctn xctnJ xcitinr xcitinrAttenddnee z
Attendance t e 47 4T7 7i Score I
1 R R H E EBoston BBoston
Boston i 4 12 1 4 4St 4St 43
St LOUlS Luis hU Ji 3 3 0 0Batteries 0BateriesYoung 0BatteriesYoung
Batteries BateriesYoung BatteriesYoung Young and Criger Powell Powelland PoweUnd Powelland
and nd Kah Ka KaPhiadelphia Kabee KabeePhIladelphia s sPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia July ul 24 DetroitPhiladel BDetroitPhlladelphla i DetroitPhiladelphia r trolPhladel trolPhladelphla ¬
phia phla game called at end of first firt baf half third thirdinning thirdinnlnS thirdinning
inning gme rain rainPACIFIC rin rinPAOIIC rainPACIPI
Standing of Teams
Per PerIU PerS I
Won on Lost st Cent CentSeattle Ce CentSeattle t tSeal
Seattle Seal IU e J S 35 1 23 381 381Butte 321Jlutte 1 1f 1P
Butte 33 27 4 4Helena 550 550Helena
Helena f r29 30 492 492Portland 492Portlahd
Portland P rtahd r 20 2 30 192 192Spokane t92Spokane 49 49Spokane
Spokane 28 2 32 401 401Tapoma 4C 461Tajoma
Tapoma Tap 25 33 417 417Spokane
rul u 2 3 1 1Spokne I ISpokane
Spokane Spokne July 24 tScorc Score
R R XT 1 1 1Spokane E Eo 13Spokane
Spokane o i 2 6 l lSeattle 1Seattle
Seattle 4 j C 10 1 1B3t 4 4Batteries 4BatteriesKostal
Stanley StanleyUmDlre Slnle SlnleUmulrenCarthY Batteries B3t BatteriesKostal re Kostal and nndFrry andFrary Frary Slovall Sioaland SioalandSlnle and andStanley andStanley
UmDlre UmulrenCarthY McCarthy M Attendance to danc < 1500 1500Portland 1 1Portand 1500Portland <
Portland Portand July 21 21Score JSorc Score
R R H E EButte Eh BButte
Butte rr 9 S 2 2Portland 2PorUand
f r rD
Portland h d 1 5 55 55Ba5eriesDowltng a aBakeries
Bakeries D Ba5eriesDowltng erlesDowlng Dowllng and iSearfoss zeross Witbeck Wit Witbeck Vi
beck and ad Vlgneux VlgneuxUmpire VignemcUmplreCunnlnham VigneuxUmpiroCunnlngham
Umpire UmplreCunnlnham UmplreCunnlnhamTacoma7J11y UmpiroCunnlngham Cunningham CunninghamTacomaJuly
TacomaJuly Tacoma7J11y Tacoma 5July 24 2S Z4Score Score orc
R RILE RILETacoma H E ETacorca
Tacoma 9 9Helen 9Helena
Helena Helen HelenaBatteriesharmon 3 3Batteries
Batteries BatelesHarm Batteriesharmon Harmon n and a d Kee Keef e T WiggS Wiggeand WiggSad Iggs Iggsand
and ad Sullivan SullivanUmpire Sulvan SullivanUmplreColgan
Umpire Umplreolgn UmplreColgan UmplreColganWESTEItN Colgan j jStanding C CWTEN
WTEN WESTEItN LqU LEAaUE LEAaUEStaiiding t tstadg
Standing stadg of T Te Teams m Per
WodLc o C nt ntOmaha
Omaha OmahaKansas Omaha 5 3 T 01 01Knsa 671 671Kansas
Kansas Knsa City CityDenver CIt f fT 33 t 53 53Denver
Denver DenverSt 41 I 34 se seSt
St Joseph JosephMilwaukee 40 39 393S 556 556Milwaukee 6 6Miwaukee
St Milwaukee MilwaukeeDCB 3S 38 500 500De 500Des
Des De Miwaukee Moines MolnesColorado 30 ° 34 34At t 46 169 169Colorado
Colorado Springs is 41 1 461 461Peoria 461Peoria
Peoria Sprns 2 5 53 223 223a 223At
I a
At Omaha Omha OmahaOmaha Omaha maa 6 St Joseph osephJt 2 2At 2At
At Colorado Colordo Springs SprnssColordo SpzingsColorado Colorado Springs Sprngs
3 Milwaukee Ilwauke 6 6t 6 6Des k I IAt
At t Des De Mplnea MQine3Klznsas QI Kpn Kansas s City Cl 7 Des UesMoines Desines DesMoines
Moines ines 4 4At 4At L LAt >
At Denver DemerFirl DenverFirst First game Denver DenverPei 3 3Peoria 9Peoria
Peoria Pei 0 Second Seond game smc Denver DenerPeorial DenverPcorla5 7 7Pcoriaj
Pcoriaj Pcorla5ttore 5 5More 5More
More Trouble Touble For St St Vain VrainChattanooga VainCattnoog VramChattanooga
Chattanooga Cattnoog Tenn July Jul 24 2The The South Southern Souther Southera ¬
era er Association Asso < laUon of Baseball Bas bl Clubs has hasfiled hasfied hasfiled
filed a hill bi In the chancery chancer court asking askingthat askingthat kh1
that tho Injunction obtained obtaine yesterday yesterdayprohibiting yesterdayprohibiting est rd Y Ypohlbitnc
prohibiting the he Southern Sotth r teasrue Ilae fronfin fronfinterfering frntIn frntInterCerin frontinterfering
terfering terCerin with wih the Memphis Jtemphls club or its itsofficers itsofficers
officers In using St Vrain Yrln or Charles CharlesFrank CharlesFrank CharlesFrank
Frank offctr as players plyer ply rs be dissolved dissolved A hearing hearingwill henrng henrngwi hearingwill
will wi be held July 29
Cycling CyclingHOFMAN ey ydftngFIOFMAN lng lngHOFMAN
The California Calforia Man Rides Rings RingsAround RingsAround RingsAround
Win Winning Winning Winning
Around Cincinnati Cincinnat Boy ¬
ning by 5i Laps LapsIn Lapsal
In the presence of a good sized crowd crowdat i iat
at al the h saucer c i track last e evening e Frank FrankHofman FrankHofman I
Hofman defeated Harry Harr Gibson in a i r
motor paced race This was the t first firsttime fIrsttime
5 time rt rtaL the aL Los Angeles Angebesman nC lCT man n ever rode oedef be behind behind ¬
hind the big sputtering sputerng machines in a arace arce arace
race rce but even at that that he had little ltte trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble in riding rings around the boy bo from fromCincinnati fromCincinnati
Cincinnati 1 n The race was by no means meansa
eri eriSg Sg Sgbl bl 5roo io ioa
a fast 5 one Hofman riding fast or slow slowas slowas
as a he pleased while whie n Gibsons best mile milewas mie miewa milewas
wa was negotiated negotated in 143 143The lnThc 147The
The latteT 1at won the pole lo at the toss tos and andheld an anheld andheld
held the lead for the tle first frt three thr miles mies at atan at atan
an average speed spee of 147 1r when Hotman Hotmanloosened Hofmln Hofmlnloosan Hotmanloosened
loosened loosan up a a little ltte and went around aroundNothing arund arundotblns aroundNothing
Nothing more was doing dolnS unUI the tenth tenthmile tenthmi tenthmile
mile mi when Hofman lapped Gibson Glb on riding ridingat rldln rldlnat >
at a 133 1 clip clp This was repeated rpttel in the thefourteenth thefourtenth thefourteenth
fourteenth fourtenth seventeenth t ntenth nineteenth and andtwentieth andtwedteth andtwexltieth
twentieth twedteth mile mie giving Jvlng the tle Los Lo Angeles Angelesman Ancleo Ancleoman Angelesman
man the race rc by five and onehalf onehal laps lapsGibson lapsGibsn lapsGibson
Gibson Gibsn was W8S pared d by b Oldfields Oldfelds motor and andHofman andofman andHofman
Hofman by b J Chapmans Chapmans cither CIt1er of which whichhas whichbas whichhas
has plenty of speed speedThe spe speedThe
The only onl other event ccntoC of the evening eveningwas evenInga eveningwas
was a mile mie open ope amateur run rn in three threehalfmile thre threehslfmiie
halfmile halmUe heats hets and the final finl Hopper Hopperwon Hopperwon Hopperwon
won the final tnal as he nl pleased w4th wth Grames GramesHerman Grmos GrmosHerman GramesHerman
Herman and Redman Reman following olowlng in single singlefile
file around the track trc The management managementannounced managementannounce managementannounced
announced announce that there ther would be b races racesagain res
again tonight the feature reture of which would wouldbe wouldbe
be b a a a motorpaced motor pced race rce between bLween Samuel Samuelon Samuelson
son on and an Turville Turile There T ro will wi also be b a
iiuartermlle quartermle professionals unpaeed unpace The summary summa summaryf record rcrd trial by b the thoprofessionals te terfesslonils theprofessionals
0 f Mile I open OJO amateur final frlHoPPlr firalHoppqr Hopper
Grames Grm s Herman leraq Redman Ren an Time Tlme Tims2011 Tims2011Twentymile HJS HJSTwentywile
Twentywile match face rac race motorpaced motorpacedwtween motorpacedbetween
ltwen between Hofman and Gibson GlbsonWon motorpc Won by
Hofman fI6T by fivfl rv and onehalf oU haU laps Time Time34US15 TimeCrap J
34US15 34US15Crap 3416 13 13p 13Crap lnp
Crap and Digger DiggerGun rigQcr rigQcrGun
Gun Club Cub Score ScoreA Sc
A special spccl1 shoot at the gun gn clubs traps trapsyesterday trap trapsyesterday
yesterday brought bru h out ou seven se sev n members memberswho membe memberswho
who took tk3 a whirl hir1 at fifty blue rocks rcks each
J A Sharp Shar and ad Henderson Hendern tied te for high highscoreboth hsh hshOr highaore
scoreboth aore Or bth both breaking breakng fortysix torslx out of the thestring te testng thestring
string stng score scoreJ cr The following was WI the detailed detailedscore detac detailedecore
J A A Sharp Shar 1111111111 111111111 IflhI 1111 mil mil 1101 1101lil 1111110131 10111 10111urn
urn lil 1101111011 1011 11011 101 11011 iim I1n 11110 11o6 11110IS 45
Henderson H ndern 111 11631 Hill mI lllll U1111G 111111111011111 11110 11111 11111urn 1
urn 111 1111111101 ln1 11131 mOl iwii Irn urn l6 l6orton 11111IS K
Norton orton 1110111110 11011110 11101 11110 mil 11 lllll 11 10111 10111001111U011U10
001111U011U10 0 00111 1UOI10 IUOJ 11110 11011 10 lllll 111 1111142 42
s Swn Swen won mil 111100 looio oim o IOM 100111 11111 11111urn 111111flU i
urn 11U iiiio lIO imi 111 moi 1101 mil lUl 1111141 a
J N Sharp Shar11 11100 lllll lUl 00101 0011Ul lllll 00011 00011louj 01 i
louj lOU mil 1Ul urn lU iion 1011GUn hl0hl10U0 icuo 37
Banutt Bt 11111 Jim OUOO 10WO 11110
111111 010 101 110 110111o
1010110110 111o 10101 lQUO UlUHQll UmilQU 1101037 11011
Mitchell IlheU 1010 IJI10 imoiouvoooii 11t101i011101 11110 iOifl00011 moi moiomo
omo 011 00101 ll w w J coioi WIC nuo h1U055
Took Five Heats to Decide One OneRace OneRace OneRace
Race RaceCROWD Racet RaceCROWD RaceCROWD
TT71THOUT tIT iTHO ITHOUT the th i spectacular 1pe tcuI r features featuresi I
yy V there was an plenty of excitement t lcment to tomake
make the races rc s interesting interestng at atCalers atCalders atCaiders
Calers Calders park yesterday e era3 The Th first frt race racewas rce rcewa racewas
was wa a tame affair afair and the th beats were werewon wereon werewon
won on in one two three order by June JuneWllkes JuneVlkc JuneWilkes
Wilkes Vlkc The other races rc s were full fullchough tul fulleuiough
chough e ough of lively lvel Incidents In ldents There Ther was wasa wasacntve
a acntve controversy after every ver other heat heatand heatand heatand
and a a tumultuous tumuluous crowd of 1000 100 people peopleadded peple pepleadded peopleadded
added to t9 the excitement excitementIn exciement
In the th second race Jupiter stood a asplendid I Isplendid
splendid chance of winning the second secondheat sentl sentlheat secondheat
heat but he was fouled toule by Julia uUa A Aand Aand
and the driver of Jupiter entered en erd a aprotest aprotest
protest protest The foul occurred occurd when Julias Juliasdriver Julas Julasdrher Juliasdriver
driver shut off of Jupiter Jupier and took the thepole te tepole
1 pole This Is a plain pla violation vIolaton of rule rle rlet ruleI
t I 77 7 and ad the judges put Julia ula back bck to tofourth tofourth toI
I fourth place plac The crowd cowd set up p a howl howland howland howland
and indicated indicted their displeasure dipleaure with withshouts withshouts withshouts
shouts of rotten rottenMi rottenMi oten otenMT
Mi Robinson claimed calme that th t the inci incident inc mcident ¬
dent was unavoidable In the thtrd thirdheat thtrdbeat thtrdheat
heat he fouled Monroe S No com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint was made but the mutuals were weredeclared weredeclared
declared deelardot off Both fouls occurred o cure at atrather atrther atrather
rather rther critical critcl times tmc but the temper temperof
of the crowd was such mch that the th second secondincident secondIncident econdIncident
incident was allowed lowed to pass pas as Monroe Monroetook Monte Montetook Monroetook
took the hint hh in the he fourth heat Julia Juliacame Jula Julacme Juliacame
came cme lip tp to the th wire fre behind behl d the pole polehorse pOlehone polehorse
I horse hone but at Robinsons Robinson request rquest the thejudges theJudges thejudges
judges gave gve the die word worQ The crowd rwd sup supposed pupposed UP ¬
posed it was an unfair un t l start strt andthere andtherewas e ea
was to a decide another noter the howl ho race 1 It I took toolcfive five fT heats heatsto heatsto
Jeff Jef IWlss Race RaceThe BtcThe ce ceThe
The third event was as a match race be between be bo botween ¬
tween Jeff Jef owned owne by b Charles Charle Mackey Mackeyand Mackeyand Mackeyand
and Blue Note owned one by H H Mackey MackeyThe Ma MackeyThe key keyThe
The latter later did not like lJe the way his hishorse hishorse hishonie
horse was wa Handled landle in the th first frst heatt heattand heat heatand heat5and
and he insisted on changing drivers driversafter drIver drivdrsafter
after the horses hores had entered the track trackBlue trck trckBlue traccBlue
Blue Note won the second heat he tand and the thedelighted thedeUghted thedelighted
delighted Mackey sent the tejudges judges up a acase acas acase
case cas of soda soda water w ter In going after aft r the thesoda thesoda thesoda
soda he became beae fastened in the te fepce fepcebut fene feiniebut
but he smashed smased a I picket plcketwltha with a blow of ofhis ofhIs ofhis
his fist fst and climbed clmbed through He Hechanged Hechanged Hechanged
changed drivers drvers again agn In te the fourth fourthheat Tourhheat or h hheat
heat but Jeff Je won WOZI 0 the he next two tw heats heatsand hea heatsand s sand
and the judges judge went dry dr for the rest restof ret reto restof
of o the afternoon afternoonMr
ateroon ateroonMr
Mr Mackeys horse hoe Dutch was ws also alsoentered alsoenter alsoentered
entered enter for the running r1tnlng race rce When Whinthe Whenthe Vhonthe
the race ra e was < called callcdthe l d the horse appeared appearedwithout appear appearedwithout d dwitout
without witout a jockey The rider finally fnal put putIn pu puIn putIn
In an appearance appeaanc but Mackey llackey made madehim madehim madehim
him dismount dlsmountTn Tnen Tn n there was a long longwait longwal longwait
wait wal and more mor kicking It I was wa Caimed Caimedhe claimed claimedthe claimedthe
the he race rc was wa a putup job because becauseMackeys becauseMackeys becauseMackeys
Mackeys Mackeys money mey had been put put IP up on onLittle onLitle onLittle
Little Litle Joker the other horse hore Eeverl Eeverlpartes Several Severalparties Severalparties
parties partes who had money mone x on > n Mackeys Mackeyshorse Mackeyshorse ackeys ackeyshorse
horse horse cnteresT rtere a i protest rot t and ndq another anotherlong aother aotherlong anOtherlong
long tntroenuQCred vontrovenuoegurred controversy nccurrpd Dutch Dutc was wasfinally was wasfnaly wasfinally
finally fnaly mounted monnte aridll all W Brown Brw gave gavethe
ge gethe
the signal Little LtU Joker covered Ins th
300 yards alone asTDutcb s tch failed ianedto to start startTo start startTo
To avoid further furthe controversy Jontrvery it was wa decde de decided dctided ¬
tided cde to be no race raC and the te bets bet were wereI
I declared off of
offThe The TheS Summaries SummariesFollowing SnmmaPjes SnmmaPjesFollowing es esFolowlnJ
Following FolowlnJ are the he summaries summariesFirst summre sumxna ± ies iesFirst
Fnt First race rce purse punc 5150 5150June l 130 130June t
June Wilkes tkes i c 3 2 3
O M D DGorgo 2 3 2 2orgo I
Gorgo orgo M lI 1 1 1Tlme231 l lIme I
Tlme231 Time231 Ime 231 22tJS23 22tJS23Second 22tliBlSecond t ji
Second Seond race purse pure 3150 3150JuliaA 150 150Julia 15 15e4
Julia JuliaA A 1 4211
Jupiter e4 e4Ionro = 23 S S 332 332Monroe S 2 2Fleet
Monroe Ionro S h 3 1123 1 3
Fleet i 4 2 4 0 0Dlstnced 05Dlstsnced I
Distanced 5DlstsncedTlms219i DistancedTime Dlstnced
Time Tlms219i 219 21 229 22 229f17li < 27Vj 220220 220220Third 2IV2 2IV2Third 220 220 220Third
Third race rcemte matehrrace m telvtaee e purse pursef 5200 5200Jeff 220 220Jeff
Jeff f won won Blue lue Note 1ote second seona seonaThne23 seconSTims2fl3 I ITime
Time Thne23 Tims2fl3 231 223 2 224 232 2 2324 237 237fFourth 2 2IFurt 237Fourth
IFurt Fourth race r 300yard 3Y d daslii dslI < 1 foatch atch race racepurse e epurse
purse pure 530 30 Entries Ente DutchanLitti DutchanLittiJkct Dutchand u ch dLIt Littl LittlJoker r
Joker Declared Decaredonce Decaredoncets norace noraceResults no in e eestiits
Results ts at Butte ButteButte 1utte 1utteBute ButtButte
Butte Bute Mont July Jul 24 241e5ults 241e5ultsFirst HRe Results ResultsFirst ult
First Firt race rc aurse turQej urs Six lxfJroDrne lxfJroDrnewon furlongs furlongsAxarinc furlongsAxarincwon Azarine Azarinewon
won Sally Saly Green second AglU AtUCZaTIms116 Agmcui t in inI u
I Time Tlmel6 TIms116 lilB
Second Snd race rce selling SIn five f fiv and a half hnl fur fur 1
longs IoflgDfvereu 0 gsD4reux D rv reux won u Blanche Elal1he Sheppard Sheppardsecond Sheppr Sheppardsecond
second Jcnd Skip Me M third thhd TlnwvltOSVi Tim l lIr
Third Ir race rce ptyrse P r Vnie ml mIePlatonius ePiatonluswon Platonlus won
Dawson Dwson 14 14Four second Nod l ennis lnuls third t11r Tim TimFour TimaFour
Four Four thrace thrc Deer DNr Lodge Ldge selling seJng stakes stakespurse stake stakesjurae
purse ure t S50 six Ix furloncs fulo furlongsSad Sad Sam Sm won on
fc Sa Sea ea Queen second scnd Kitty Ktty Kelly KeU third thr
Time Timel13 Timel13Jlthre Time113y 113 113Mfth
Mfth Jlthre iftlrrce Trice selling mile and sixteenth
seUng mJe sitent
The Buffoon won Lena Ln second Burdock Budock
third third Timcl4Si Tlmcl4S1 TImct14SSixth
Sixth race rc selling selnS seliin five fve and a half fur ¬
longsJohn longsohn Boggs Bgs won Hiss Uss Madeline Madelinesecond Madelineecond adeUnci
i second econd d Charles Chde Lamar J ma third thid Time TimeRACES Tie TieRAcs TimeRACES
Pat L Wins Wi Hlmie Halfmile ifmile Dash Dah in Close Closefinish CloseI
I finish finishSpecial iS inisit inisitSpecial
Special Spccal to The Herald HeraldOgcten Hed HedOgd HeraldOgden
Ogden Ogd n July 24 21A A 4 good go sized crowd at attended attcnde attended
tended tcnde the tle horse hor2e races rce which were wr the thefirst thefirt thefIrst
first firt event evet given under undEt the auspices of I Ithe I
the Weber e er County count Fair association a olaton yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Wr a at the fair grounds on Seventeenth Seventeenthstreet Seventeenthstreet Seventeenthstreet
street enjoyed enjoyedThe street and some good 100 snappy sport spo was wasenjoyed wa wasenjoyed
The most exciting e itng event was the running runningi rnntg
i halfmile halml dash between betwen J T Axlcys AxlcysJosephine Ale Aletse1 AXIeYeJosephine
Josephine L I and Parker Chllds Pat PatI
I tse1 The horses got faJ away x well tjlhlt together togetherand togetherand J
and af It I was wa close coso right around aund to the home homestretch homestrtch homestretch
stretch strtch when the te mare Jare suddenly swerved swervedreared swere swervedreared
reared and lost a a length lengt and a half hlt halfQuickly naifQulcklv
Qulcklv recovering reoverln however hoeve she shot for forward forvad forward ¬
ward vad like an a arrow arr recovering reverlng the lost lostground lostr lostground
ground When the first fringe of C the thecrowd thecrowd
r ierf ierfhZI hZI ry ryC rywas
crowd was encountered the fillys nose nosewas n nosewas
was at the others oters saddle girth slrh Inch by
inch she crept forward but finished fllhed at atTat atrat atrat
rat Ls Ls throatlatch throatlatchKid t throatlatchKid atatch atatchIGd
Kid Evans her Jockey protested prtestd the therace therce therace
race rce alleging aleging a foul on the part of theother the theother theother
other jockey jocke whom w om he said ad had trapped trappedhis tppe trappedhis
his mount and spurred spured her in the flank flankcausing fak fakcusing flankcausing
causing cusing her to lose los at the the lat last turn The Thejudges Thejudges Thejudges
judges disallowed dislowed the foul foulSummary fouLSum fouLSummary
Summary Sum
240 40 Dace two best out of ot three threO threeO O I IReeds IRee4s IReeds
Reeds Minnie 1Unnle won n from Conroys Polly Pollyin Pol
in two straight stright heats of 237 3 and 241 241Threeeights 24 241Threeeights I
Threeeights Threeeights mile mie dash dashPat Pat L L won in Inwih in3T
37 with wih Axlcys xles Miss Is Dickey second secondand secondand secondand
and Reeds Rees Babe third thirdFree thir thirdFree I
Free Fe for all trot and pace paee paceJ J G Reeds ReedsNigger Ree ReedsNigger
Nigger Boy won in t two straight h over overC overC y
C lgt6ru Dufurs Vasatch t Monarch l n Time Timefarjcer l
229 and andrte 229l 229larten
22 farjcer arten child Captain Tom won the thequartermile thE thequartermile
quartermile Quaermle rte dash dafh in in23ll S4 with wih Lyman LymanSkeens LanSke LymanSkeens
Skeens Ske < s Pearl P arl second secondThe secortdThe
The be judges scOII were W M 1 Raymond RaymondJames Rond RondJames RaymondJames
James June une and Colonel Clonelwa Swan SwanStarter SwanStarter
Starter John D Murphy MurphyGKAND MurphGR MurphyGBAND
Three Te Pavorites avortes Land Money oney at atCleveland atCleveland
Cleveland Ceveland 0 July 24 24Three Three favorites favoritesand f favoritesand vortes vortesand
and one outsider outider won at the Grand Circuit Circuitmeeting Clreut Clreutmeetng Circuitmeeting
meeting meetng today Summary SummaryTwotwentythree Smar SummaryTwotwentythree
Twotwentythree Twotwentythre class clas trot tt purse purse53000three
53000three 33000 0 thrt three in five fveWentworth flveWentworth Wentwprth won the thethird thetird thethird
third tird fourth and fifth fith heats heat in 212 213 213and 21Y 2131t 2131tand
and 213 21 Lord Mansh won the first firt and andsecond ard ardsecnd andsecond
second secnd heats he In 214Ii 21 and 211 211w 1 Darwin DarwinMiss Darin DarinMIs Darwinliliss
Miss MIs Brock Brok Hallle Hale Hardln Hain Boralmas BoralmasBrother Borlmas BorlmasBroter BoralmasBrother
Brother Broter Gold The General Gener and Aunt AuntRose AuntRose Aunts
Rose also alo started startedTwoeleven stred stredToeleven startedTwoeleven
Twoeleven Toeleven class pace 51200 1 three in infive InfIveDaphne infIveDaphne
five fIveDaphne fIveDaphne Daphne Dallas Dalas won the tle first fit second secondand secondand secondand
and fifth heats heat In 207207 2 207 2 2i1 and ad 207 207Gasconda 20 20Gasconda 20TiGasconda
Gasconda won the third and fourth heats heatsin heat heatsIn
in 205i 2 and 208 2C 20814 You Bet Bet Don Riley RlleyCarthage Rle RleCarthage RileyCarthage
Carthage Girl Girl Rosebud Donna Dnna McGregor McGregorDick McGregorDick McGregorDick
Dick See See Shorty Short Pat Wilkes Wike Berdina Berdinaand Berdinaand Berdinaand
and Maggie Hubbard also aso started startedTwoten stared staredTwoten startedTwoten
Twoten class clas trot tot 51EOO O two two In thr thrP three threeAnselia e eAnsella
Ansella Ansela won two straight strght heats hets in 2OS 2OSAggie 205lAngie 0 f
Aggie Agge Medium 1ledlum Dan Wilkes WJ es Charles Me MeDorothy ltc ltcDorothy McDorothy
Dorothy Redmond Reond Anne Helm Helo Glory GloryKing Glor GloryKing
King King Chimes and Edna Cook also started startedTwoseventeen strted startedTwoseventeen
Twoseventeen Twoseventen class pace 51000 0 two In Inthree Intreereen InthreeGreen
three treereen threeGreen Green Line won two straight stight heats heatsIn het heatsin
In 208 2 and 2OSV4 20 200 Major Maor C Strega Stg Wy Wyona Wyona V Vona I
ona Snltz Frank Frnk Powell Powel Cubanola and andSylvian andSYhlan andSylrlan
Sylvian One also als started startedLogan strted strtedLgCeebrte startedLogan
Logan LgCeebrte Celebrates CelebratesLogan CelebratesLogan
Logan Lgan July uh 24 21A tA A big celebration ceebrton took tookplace tookplacQ tookplace
place here today tod3whlch which brought crowds crwd of ofvisitors ofJs1ors ofvisItors
visitors Js1ors fromthe trom the surrounding surounding surroundlngtowns towns tows One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the features fetures of the th day da was WW a halfmile halfmilehorse halmle halmlehore halfmilehorse
horse hore race rce between btween horses bores owned by H HF HF HF
F DeWitt DeWit of Logan Lgn and Mr Price Prco of ofSmithfleld ofSmlthrel ofSmithfield
Smithfield Smlthrel The tatters laters horse hore won with withease withease withease
ease In the evening a large larg display disply of offireworks offrwork offireworks
fireworks frwork was set off to end up u the thedays theys thedays
days ys festivities festivItIesIairy esUlte esUlteairy I IPairy
Pairy airy Won Big ig Produce Prduce Stake StakeLiverpool Ste StakeLiverpool
Liverpool Lyerol July Jul 24 2Fr 24FaIry Fairy J H Mar Martin Martin ¬
tin tn at the thf Liverpool Lherpl July ub meeting metn today todaywon todaywon
the Great Lancashire Lcshire Breeders Breeer prod pr prodmm i iuee
uee ce stake stko of 2000 W sovereigns serl for 2year 2yearolds 2yearolds
olds ols at five furlonss furlonssPuaiiism fulon fulonp furlonzsPugilism
Puaiiism p
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 +
4 + 4 JeffPita JefFtz Fight 2ght by Bounds BoundsThe Roud Roudt 1 + +
t 4 The Herald lerld has made mae arrange arrge + f 4menta fments I
ments ment for a special specil bulletin buletn service serviceon scce sccef servicef +
f on the JefflesFltzslmmOns eftesFI zlmmjn fight fightsCheuuled 4 i if
f 5 scheduled to be pulled off of in San Sani SanFrn +
i 4 Francisco Frn lc this thi evening cenln A direct directwire dIrct dIrctwire
> 4 wire connection to the ring side sle will willenable wi 4 4enable
enable enble The Te Herald H rald to get the tl fight fightI 4 4W +
I W > M I ve announced announce + f i ifrom 1 1from
4 + from The Herald Herld building buldng as a fast fat as a asrecelve +
4 received 4Continued
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Continued Contnue on page pe 2
6ANTSDO 6il iViS 0 0 BA TTit IlL L 10N6fT 10N6fTJefries I ONGil T TJeifries
Jeffries Jefries and Fitzsimmons the Worlds Greatest Pugilists Pugists Meet in inCnampionship inChampionship
I Championship Struggle StruggleBoth Both Men M n Express
J Confidence of Winning WinningnEASUREMENTS WinningrEASUREMENTS WinningflEASUR1INTS
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 + 4 4a
a + 4
4 In the matter mater of physique Jeffries Je1res and Fitzsimnwns Fitsimmons have nothing nothine in incommon + 4
4 common Jeffries Jefres is a bigger man manever manevery every way waythe the only nly particular part ular in inwhch 4
+ + 4 4 whch measurements measurementsj measuments which they the are equal being beng chest 1est expansion epasIon Following FolowIng are their teir teirmeasuments theirmeasurements + 4 4FITZSIMMONS f
j nrzsnoioNS i JEFPBIES mxEs 4
+ Height Heisht f feet et 11 = 4 4 inches inchesWeight inchesWeIght
4 + Weight 160 16 1 pounds punds pundsChest
4 Chest normal normal 43 inches InchesChet inchesChest
+ Chest Chet expanded epanded 46 inchesValst inches inchesWaist
4 + Waist 31 inches InchesHips InchesHips
+ 4 Hips 40 inches inchesThigh
4 4 Thigh 21 2 Inches InchesCalf inchesCalf
4 Calf 14 Inches InchesAkle
4 4 Ankle Akle 8 8Ylnche inches I
4 4 Right Risht forearm forarm 12 inches inche
4 4 Left Lf forearm fonr 11 114 inches inchesrIst
4 4 Wrist rIst 7 74 inches inc inchesBiceps s sBicps
4 + Biceps Bicps un 13 13S Inches InchesXcck InchesNeck
+ Neck M t inches inchesReach
+ Reach 175 75inches inches I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + 444 + + + +
C i AN FRANCISCO FRCISCOJuly July 24 4LThe Te The eve evei eveof eveof
SA i of the heavyweight heayweightchampionshlp heayweightchampionshlpfght championship championshipfight
fight fght finds fnds both oth of o the te principals principalsasserting prncipalS prncipalSassertng principalsassertIng
assertng asserting that tat they theyae are in prime prme condi condition conditon condition ¬
tion ton Each one oncis oneis is equally quaU confident confdtnt of ofgetting ofgettng ofgetting
gettng getting the te decision deeiIon Neither Neiher sees how howhe howhe howbe
he can lose loseBoth laceBoth i iBoth
Both Jeffries Jetread and ant Fitzsimmons Fitimmons spent spentthe spentte spentthe
the te day da quietly qui tl cuttingout c tn out all al work w workJeifries vorkJeffries
Jeffries said saidMy saidMI
My training saidtc is i over andI and I am glad gladof gladof gladof
of It tc I never felt telbter better in inm my life lifevA Ufeand lifeand
and I dont see C vA h host t Y i can > lose I 1 am amand ampleased ampleased
pleased to se see that Fit FIts Is In condition condiUonand conditionand
and V I hope to prove prve to the world that thatthe t thatthe at atte
he sprung last lat time was waswithout waswithout
the story sprn tme
without te tOr foundation fouudaton I have he not been beenable ben benable beenable
able wihout to let myself 1self out In my training trainingand trning trningand trainingand
and I look lok forward with wih pleasure pleaure for forthe forte forthe
the chance to cut loosefor loose for keeps keps If I I Iwin IwIn Iwin
win te I intend to Keep kep on fighting fghUng as a long longas lonl lonla
to fight I am also alsosatisfied alsosatisfied
as there is any anyone one fg t
a satisfied stIfed tere i with wit the te referee rfee Tomorrow Tomorrownight Tomorow Tomorownight Tomorrownight
night will wi settle sette everything evel7thlng and ad may maythe maythe
the best bet manwin manwinFitzsimmons m man win winFltimmons winFltzsimmoflS
said saidI
Fitzsimmons sd
Fltimmons I see by b the morning morng morn1n papers paper that thatDelaney tat tatDelaey thatDelanCy
Delaney Delaey says sa that tt all I want Is I the theshort th thshort theshort
short end It I has hs always aways been bee the te short shortends shortends shortends
ends that I have have had bd before bfore the con contesta contest eontests
tests but they have havenlways always turned out outhave outto outto
test tey
to be very lon long end ends when te the fights fightshave
have hnye b been b ver finished fnIse What t I want wat and ad adwhat aitdwhat
what I am SQins gin gQiZ to get get is the te cham championship c championship ¬
pionship That 1 b ix everything eerng to me me meSporting
Sporting Sprting men me from frm all al parts par s of the Umcuntr thecountry thecountry
country are arriving arhing here tce on every everytrain everytialn
cuntr train to witness wine ar the te contest cnts The bet bettinghas bt btUngl bettinihas
tinghas tin Ungl not been 1nhea heavy f hI n comparison comparisonwith comparisonwith omparSn omparSnwith
with the te amouals amou wntr Baccrsdxcj au jxravieus
Height 6 feet 1 1l inches inchesWeight inchesWeIght 4 4Weight +
Weight 1 212 21 pounds poundsChest poundsChest + 4Chest
Chest normal noral 44 4 inches InchesChest inchesChest 4 4Chest +
Chest expanded expande 46 inches InchesWaist InchesWaist + 4Waist
Waist 34 3 inches inchesHips inces incesHIps lathesHips +
Hips 42 4 inches inchesThigh InchesThigh inchesThigh +
Thigh 24UInchea 24tln in hes hesCalf bezCalf 4 4Calf +
Calf i 15 inches in hes 4 4Ankle +
Ankle Ake 10 inches inchesRL inchesRIttt + 4Right
Right RL forearm fora 13 inches inche incheLeft +
Left Let forearm forear 14 inches Ince InchesWrist 4 4Wrist +
Wrist WrIst 8 inches InchesBiceps + 4Biceps
Biceps 15 1S3 inches inces inchesNeck + 4Xeck
Neck 17 17i inches inchesReach inchesReach inchesReach +
Reach 761 76 Inches Ince +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
event events of the kind knd and ad the te odds have hve hvenot havenot I Inot
not fluctuated fucnated much from frm ten to four fourin foul foqrIn
in favor of oiJefrle Jeffries Those who fancy fancyFitzsimmons tanc fancyFltzsimmons
Fitzsimmons Fizimmons admi admit that he has ha the dis disadvantage dlsadantge disadvantage ¬
advantage adantge of C age but argue ae that tat he hehas henas hehas
has led le an exemplar eempIa1 life and is young younger ¬
er today than tha the average averge man of 40 40That 40That 40That
That he is trained tned to the hour Is I be beyond b beyond ¬
yond ond question Fitzsimmons has
queston FItimmons hi never nevermade nevermde nevermade
made mde such preparations prparton for a n battle battleHe hattieHe
He is as S fit ft as a a man of his age can canbe cn cnbe canbe
be made This TIs being1 bing beingknown Jnown known the te short shortenders shortender shortenders
enders ender look upon him as a good god invest investment investment Investmeat ¬
meat mentThe ment meatThe
The arena aren has ha received reved its it canvas canvascanopy c crvascanopy vas vascanop
canopy has been beI declared declad safe sfe by the thefire t thefire
fire tre authorities autorites aiyi a is i ready reay for use useNearly u uXearl useNearly
Nearly Xearl 100 10 policemen polceen will wl be b Employed Employedto mpIoyedto
to restrain restn the crowd crwd which is surto surtogather sur sure to togther togather
gather gther around arud the structure structureAwhile strcturewhie Awhile thegreat the thegreat e i
great geat fight fght is in 1 progress progressDr prgess
Dr C W V Green Grn physlcufn phYcl for the thoSan theSan theSan
San Francisco Franco Athletic Atletc club cub has ha exam examined er examIned ¬
ined both bt Jeffries JefrIe and ad Fitisimmons Fitslmmons and andpronounces andI andpronounces
pronounces prnouc them to t be b in in perfect perect phy physical phyalcal ¬ i isic
sical condition conditionEddie
I sic cndlton v
Eddie Graney Gre the te referee rferee will w1 enter enterthe enterI I II
I the te ring attired attrd in a a Tuxedo Tedods dress suit suitHe suitHe
I He says y he will W l order orer the te men to break breakand brek brekad breakand
and ad will wil not go between bteen them the He e will willj wi willnot
j not permit prt any a infraction Infacton of of the te Mar Mari Mr Mrqnis Mitrquis
i quls of f Queensberry Queenbr rules rls No one On but butDelaney buti butDelaney
i Delaney Deaey or Dawson Dawon representing rpreentng Jef Jeffries Jeftiesd Jeffries
fries tiesd and Fitzsimmons Fltimron will wi have have th thright to torght thright
right rght to throw tlw up the te sponge snge Graney GraneyI Grney GrneywI Graneywill
I will wI not allow alow either eter man m to t be b dlsqual dlsqualj dlu disqualIfied
j ifled by a bottle b otte holder bolde If I a a man mn Is Isj Isknocked
j lile knocked koced down dow the te one standing stnng will il be bej
j compelled to got g to his hi comer corer or t b be > e dig disI
I qualified QU alfed Graney Gre looks lok for no trouble troubleHe troubleI
1 I He H says both bt men know kow the rules rle3 a Iid Iidwimi d dwill dwil
will wil not commit cmmt a a foul
Ogdep Office Ofce 203 Eccles EcclesBuilding Eccle I IBuiding 1Building
Building Buiding Telephone Tel pbone 14 14BOY 14Oden 14Ogden
Oden Ogden Jul JulBOY July 23 23BOY
Little Ltte Fellow Felow Ignites Clothing ClothingWith ClothingWith ClothingWith
With Fatal Result ResultMother ResultMotherMay Mother MotherMay
May Die De From Shock ShockA
A frightful frghtul accident accdent occurred occurd yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day about noon whereby Thomas Thoma Ed Edward Edrd Edward ¬
ward rd Murphy Murhr the little ltte son of John JohnMurphy JohnMurh JohnMurphl
Murphy Murh a Union Pacific Pacfc fireman freman resid residing rid ridIng residlag ¬
ing at at 2701 Washington Vasht gton avenue lost lot his bislife hislCe hislife
life lCe after afer suffering suferng from frm frightful trghtful burns burnsfor burn burnsfor
for four four hours hoursThe hour hoursThe
The little Ut fellow felow was wa playing near his hishome hIshome hishome
home He had ad matches and ad set his histhin hi histhin
thin clothing coting on lire nre re The Te grass gs about abouthim abut abouthIm
him was set on fire fr afterward by b the therescuers therscer therescuers
rescuers rscer who snatched atched off ot the te burning burningclothes buring buringclothes burningclothes
clothes and threw them
on the grass grassThis grss grssThi grassThis
This Thi gave gve rise to a story stor that the acci accident acc accident ¬
dent had originated orginated from frm the burning burninggrass buning buningg burninggras
grass grassThree g grasThree
Three Thre physicians physician Gordon Conroy Conroyand Conry Conryand Conroyand
and Dickson Dicon were summoned summone but butfrom butfrom butfrom
from the first frt the te burns bun were known kown to tobe tobe tobe
be fatal fatl and all al that could be b done donewas donewas donewas F
was to allay alay the little ltte sufferers sterers pain paintill paintl paintill
till tl about abut 4 oclock when he passed passedaway passedaway
away awayA <
A colqred colQrd man man named ned William V1im Wit Wl Withams Williams ¬
hams Iam porter porter in the Healy Hely hotel was wasthe wasthe
the first ft to reach the scene and in get getting ge getting ¬ 1
ting tnl the boys clothing off f His hand handwere handwere handwere
were badly burned bured The physician physicianstates phslcal1 physicianstates I
states sttes that he will w1 permanently prmanenty lose his hisrfinger hisfnger hisllngernailsA
rfinger fnger llngernailsA hails ai8 A MrSumneralso r Smner also assisted assistedin I
in extinguishing extnglshlnr the fire fireMrs fireMrs I
Mrs Murphy mother of the boy bo held heldthe heldthe 1
the little fellow to fora foi a while on her lap
but when the tJt seriOusness serl usness of o the acci accident accident ned neddent ¬
dent became apparent she fainted was wasseized Vasseized wasseized
seized with convulsions con1l1sl ns and remained remainedIn
In a state of stupor At times her life lifewas Ufewasdespalred lifewas
was wasdespalred despaired of but at midnight the thephysicians thephysicians thephysicians
physicians held h ld out some hopes for re ¬
covery but stated that she shemight might re remain rema remain ¬
main i unconscious for a considerably
longer time Dr Gordon remained at atthe atthe atthe
the Murphy home almost constantly constantl constantlfrom
from 1 oclock in the afternoon till 10 10at 10at 10at
at night working first with the U e child childand chlldand childand
and then with the mother motherBAILTY motherBAILBY motherBAILEY
Laynes Former Deputy to Try Por Porthe Forthe Porthe
the Place PlaceIt
It 4s a pretty well settled fact that thatthe
the various county officers will m this fall fallbe fallbe fallbe
be candidates for renomination in the theRepublican theRepubllcan theRepublican
Republican convention and that most mostof
of them will get the nomination with without with9ut without ¬
out opposition is also generally con conceded conceded eonceded ¬
ceded Sherif Lame however will willhave willhave willhave
have an opponent In the person of Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph Bailey Balle his former deputy who whoresigned whoresigned whoresigned
resigned the deputyshlp over a year yearago yearago yearago
ago to accept a position as assistant assistantsuperintendent assistantsup assistantsuperintendent
superintendent sup rintendent of the Ogden Raoid
Transit company companyChambers companChambers
Chambers for treasurer aid Holllngs Holllngsworth Holllngsworth Hollingsworth
worth for clerk will certainly be re renominated re renominated renominated
nominated without opposition 3t is isunderstood iCunderstood isunderstood
understood thatWilsQn that Wilson Skeen and andnomination a aqdStanford d dStanford
Stanford will etc e be candidates for re renomlnatlonas ye yenomination
nomination nomlnatlonas as a county commissioners commissionersand
and while there are others who will willundoubtedly willund willundoubtediy
undoubtedly und ubtedly come forward for the theplace theplace theplace
place none as yet has openly declared declaredhis declaredhis declaredhis
his intentions to that effect Dan Ellis
Is credited with an ambition to succeed
himself as recorder and John W lV Gib Gibson GIbson Glhson ¬
son would like Uk to be b assessor assessor once more
but whether others will come forward forwardto
to oppose their renominations or not is isnot Isnot isnot
not yet known If George Halverson
has opposition for renomination as ascounty ascounty
county attorney his opponent will like ¬
ly be either E T Hulanlski A A E
Pratt Charles Stout or A W Agee but butas
as a yet et C E Layne for sheriff Is tile tKeonly tileonly
only officer known to have opposition
But its a long while till convention
time F
Old Soldier Pound PoundW Foundw Eounw
W IX D Boyd an old and infirm sol ¬ F
dier dIe was found down by the Union
Pacific acific water tank yesterday and nd taken
to the police station to be cared for
Boyd Is from some place in Iowa and andevidently andevIdentI andevidently
evidently evIdentI of O unsound mind He refused
to give his name but papers in his hispockets hispockets hispockets
pockets gave the necessary informa ¬
Ogden Briefs BriefsJames BriefsJames BriefsJames
James ingebretsen ng bretsenspent spent yesterday in
Ogden from Salt Lake LakeR LakeB LakeB
R B M Hogan of Park City was an
Ogden guest yesterday yesterdayMiss yesterdaMIss yesterdayMiss
Miss Ruby Knowlton of Kaysville is isvisiting isvisiting Isvisiting
visiting Mrs Heber Scowcroft ScowcroftMrs ScowcroftMrs Scow4roftMrs
Mrs C H Miller spent yesterday in
Salt Lake with her sister Mrs Teasdel TeasdelMiss Teasde1Miss TeasdelMiss
Miss Effie Reast Is visiting in Salt
Lake with the family of E H Ander Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
son sonMiss
Miss Florence Stevenson of Salt Lake Lakewas Lakewas Lakewas
was in Ogden yesterday with Miss MissBreed MissBreeden MissBreedenf
Breed Breeden BreedenThe BreedenfThe en enThe
The addition to the Pingree school schoolis
is to be completed by Contractor ContractorHumphries ContractorHum ContractorHumphries
Humphries Hum hries within sixty days daysGeorge daysGeorge daysGeorge
George M Hanson is back from Fill Fillmore Fillmore Fillmore
more and had as his guest yesterday yesterdalr
Mr lr and Mrs Sam King of Provo ProvoMrs ProyoIrs ProvoMrs
Mrs Irs Mamie amie Littlefield Houtz re returned returned returned ¬
turned home Thursday Thursd y after a pleasant pleasanttwo
two weeKs visit with 1th friends in Evans Evanston Eanston Evanston
ton tonMrs
Mrs Lafayette Farley left yesterday yesterdaymorning1 yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning for Rawlins TVyo to visit a amonth amonth amonth
month with her sister Mrs Will WillLoomis W11lLoomis WillLoomis
Loomis LoomisTWO LoomisTWO
8 8TWO
I Murder of Elkins Chief of Police PoliceMay PoliceMay PoliceNay
May Cause Bace WarPhlUppi WarPhilippi War WarFhilippi
Philippi W V Va Jjuly uly 24 HTwo Two ne negroes negroes negroes ¬
groes whose names are unknown unkno 1 were werelynched wereJynched werelynched
lynched at Womelsdorf near hare last lastnight Jastnight lastnight
night by an angry mob numbering sev several several sevcml ¬
eral hundred
The first victim was shot and killed killedin killedin killedin
in the station house ho se the second was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken to the park par > where he was washanged washanped washanged
hanged and then riddled rId ied with bullets bulletsand bulletsand bulletsand
and cut to pieces Both whites and ne negroes negroes nenroes ¬
groes are enraged and In arms
The trouble grows out gt of yesterdays yesterdaysmurder yesterdaysmurder Sterdaysmurder
murder of Chief of Police Bud Bu WII WIImoth Wilmoth Wiimoth
moth of Blkins Several other arrests arreatshave arrestshave arrestshave
have been made and a lynching seemed seemedImminent seemedImminent seemedimminent
Imminent The dead blacks were cap captured cap captured captured ¬
tured near Beliington and were locked lockadup lock lockup lockedup
up there the officers o cers fearing lynching lynchingif Jynehlntaken
if taken to Elkins ElkinsNegroes ElkInsXegroes EikinsNegroes
Negroes are leaving on oneery every train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The lynched lyncb d men were horribly muti mutilated mutilated inutilated ¬
lated and their bodies left on the com commons commons cornmons ¬
mons monsWILL monsWILL
a c cWILL
Spokane July 24 4The The county attor attorney attorney attarney ¬
ney has decided that no attempt shall shallbe 5 shallbe al1 al1b
be b made to prosecute pOs cute Mr and Mrs E EG E EG BG
G Graham Gr whom the coroners jury juryproncunced jUITproncunced jurypronounced
proncunced guilty of criminal negli negligence negl1gence negligence ¬
gence for failing to provide proper propermedical prop9rmedical propermedical
medical attendance aU ndance for ther the r children childrenthree childrenthree childrenthree
three o of whom died of diphtheria diphtheriaMrs dlpl1theriLYrs dtabtheriaF
Mrs Graham is a member of a re reIgious F
fgious denomination called cUedthe the Church Churchof I
of God and does not believe bt 1feve In It the theuse theuse
use of medicines After investigation investigationIt in estI tIon tIonit F
It has been decided that there is no nostate nostate nostate
state law covering this case It is now nowproposed nowpropoced flOWproposed
proposed that the next legislature shall shallpass shans shallpass
pass s a law requiring parents rents pr guar guardian guardIanro scardiana ¬
diana to provIde ro Idl minDswatifr4irop minopJ minoswiIl1propermedical wa Sproper Sproperm r rmedical
medical m dicaI care
Bttebllshed E bll1hed 1541 t1 150 Offlcei
The Oldest and Largest LargestOEOEGE LargestRG eat eatRG
GEORGE BUST General Manager ManagerUtah MangerUtah ManagerUtah
Utah Idaho and Wyoming Offices OfilcesProp1SS ia iaProgress 1 1Progress
Progress building Salt Lake City CityDELINQUENT CitTDELINQUENT CityDELINQUENT
cation n of principal 1 place of business Sat
l rit tg Fgr S3 S3lInquent
Lake City Utah Notice NoticeThere There ore de delinquent dolinquent ¬
linquent upon the following described describedstock describedsto describedstock
stock sto < k on account of assessment No 4 4levied 4 4levied
levied on the 31st day da of May Ma A A D 19i J9t J9tthe 22the
the several amounts set opposite th thnames thnamf the thenames
names of the respective shareholders as aafollows asfollows asfollows
follows followsNo followsNo
No of No Assess AssessCert AssessCert AssessCart
Cert Name ame Shares ment
6 Fred Dreyer 200 52000 3 0 2000 J
15 George IV y Wallace WaJ1a a 3M 32 00
16 George GeorgeA A Sheets 200 29 20 W OJG 0
26 M A A Pendergast 200 20 200 W
61 L L E E Riter 1000 100 CO COL
62 L L E Eo Riter 1000 300 10000 00 006t
65 L 1 E Riter 1000 100 50 0t
64 L 1 LERiter E Riter 1000 100 10000 00
65 5 L L E Riter 1000 100 1000 00
66 L 1 LBRiter E Riter OOOO 100 10010 uO uOt X X6T >
6T 6 L LBRlter E Riter 500 5000
t m mm
S k IX LERiter E Riter BOO o 50 5000 00
69 L E E Riter 500 50 5000 00
70 L E E Riter 500 50 00 00i1 00a
71 L E Riter 500 5000 50 00
72 L 1 E E Riter 500 5000 50
73 L E Riter BOO 50 00 IH
74 L L E Riter 500 50 000 00
79 L L E Riter 100 10 1000 00 00SS
SS George King rcn 2000 0 00
09 George King 200 2000
100 George King 200 20 2000 00
101 1 < 1 George King 2M 20 2000 00
115 C V Wheeler 505 50 5 50
117 Mrs A L 1 Young a 120 12 1200 00 00LIi
126 R R B B Freeman 400 40 4000 00 00l28
12 l28 C c H II Rowland u 400 4000 40 00
153 C CELoose E Loose 500 59 5000 00
157 William Hatfield 100 10 1000 1000lC 00
163 D > H Peery Jr 400 40 1 00 001t
163 F L L Parker 400 4000 to 00
174 Mrs l J C Williams WllUamsro 40 4 4110 W ili5
175 W V A AMoebius Moebius u 80 800 SCO1S5 800l
1S5 l 5 C Co W Kelley 200 20 2000 00 001SS 00lS
1SS M M S Pendergatt 40 4 tJ C 0
214 F L Oswald 20 201 0
217 E E D Davis 1GO 1500 1S 00 00l9
219 A A S Campbell 1 lie 0 10 W OW
250 F B Hlgginbothans 300 30 00 00Zl W
221 J S Lewis 300 50 5000 00 00A
223 A S Campbell 100 10 1000 1000s 00
225 Barnett Langley 1000 100 no 00H
243 H IL W Doscher 100 10 00 00f 0 JIj
f 247 j Barnett Langley 100 10 00 0024S
24S 48 Barnett Langley 100 10 W
250 D H Peery Jr 400 40 CO 0 C
255 C H Wells 100 10 1000 1000C 00 0025S 0
25S C H Wells 100 10 1000 1000A 00
232 A A S s Campbell 100 1000 10 i iJ
251 J C Lynch 500 50 00 C
265 2 J C c Lynch 500 5000 500026G 50 00 006G
26G J C Lynch 500 50 00 002G7
267 J C Lynch 240 24 00 00ZO
270 J JSBransford S Bransford 320 32 c2il 3203 3203i CO
271 i Cole Marls Co 100 10 10i5 1000 1000rs 00
275 C S Woods 100 10 1000 1000S3 00
252 H W Doscher 100 10 10j A
292 W H II Clark 100 10 00 5
293 W H II Clark ICO 1 10 m M30G 41W
306 W V H Clark 500 50 50 5031S 500 Q QnS <
31S William OBrien 1W 00 > 1000 10 00
319 F L Oswald 100 10 00 0032i 0032i
32i F L L Oswald 0 100 IC 10 k < II
323 A A C c Allen 100 10 104 104z7 OO OOS27
S27 D C C Dunbar 200 20 2032S 2045
328 William OBrien 100 10 1000 10 00
330 E D Miller 100 10 10 X >
332 William OBrien 500 50 O Om 0 03m < X >
1332 333 William OBrien JOG 3000 31 11
331 O B Green Q 4 00 < JI JIus
3 us H M L Clay 32 s s5t
254 Bessie Moorehead 40 4 00 0035i
355 George Crow Cro 41 > 4 0
365 M S S Pendergast 100 10 1 00 0
374 A S Campbell Camp l1 100 1 10 03 035S5 MS5
5S5 C S Burton 5000 500 X 10 >
417 7 Hatfield Sons 100 10 oo
418 Hatfield Sons 100 10 no nonO 0
470 E L L Carpenter 500 50 5010 X 10
473 73 George W Bartch 50 5 5JO 10
492 F H lL Officer 58 it 5 SO In1M
494 C H OBrien 670 6 O 67 E 4 0 >
493 4 William OBrien 30 3 n fit fitI 1W
504 H Bamberger 10 1 lI 00 O >
I 519 Hatfield Sons 500 50 11
And Andin In accordance with the law and an anorder lInorder anorder
order of the board of directors made OTJ OTJthe onthe cr1the
the 31st day of May 1902 so many shares sharesof S Sof
of each parcel of said ald stock as may be benecessary benece henecessary
necessary nece will be sold at the office of the thecompany thecompany tiOcompany
company No 427 4 Dooly block Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCit LakeCity
City Cit Utah on Saturday the 19th day or orlinquent o oJuly orJuly
July 190 at 1Z oclock noon noon to pay d dHnquent dlinquent
linquent assessments together with the thecost thecoat thecost
cost of advertising and expense of sale soleE saleE
E L 1 CARPENTER Secretary SecretaryRoom SecretarRoom SecretaryRoom
Room 427 Dooly Block Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah Office hours 4 to 5 p m mJuly mJuly mJuly
July 3rd 1902 lOOAt 1902At 1902At
At a meeting of ofthebosrd the board boardo of directors directorsheld directorsheld directorsheld
held the 15th day of July 1802 the above abovementioned abQomentioned abovementioned
mentioned sale of delinquent stock of the theUnited theUnited theLnited
United Sunbeam Mining company was waspostponed waspostponed as aspostponed
postponed to take place on Monday the the2Sth thesth the29th
2Sth = day of July 1902 at 12 oclock noon noonof noono noonof
of o that day da at the office of the company companyroom companYroom companyroom
room 401 t Dooly block Salt Lake City CityUtah Cft CftUtah CityUtah
Tlntic Notice oticeThere There are delinquent upoa upoathe upoath uponth9
the th following described stock on account accountof
of assessment levied on the 31st day ot otMay orMay ofMay
May 1902 the several amounts st sopposite t topposite topposite
opposite the names of the respective respectiveshareholders resp respctiteshareholders ctie ctiehareholdet1
shareholders as follows followsI tollowsNo follows2o
I No of No Assess Assessi AssessCert AssessCert
i Cert Name Shares ment menti
i 613 J W V Saunders 100 00 l lfJl X >
759 R R D Montgomery 500 5 Si 500 J JFrank >
762 Frank Browning rro oo 5to 5toS88 5Wg 500eI
S88 eI g Sheets Thompson 500 5 51 51Si5 0
845 Isaac IsaacGlaser Closer lWO 10 100 10
949 J Oberndorfer 200 2 295S 20 JO JODarnett >
95S Barnett < 5 Langley Lan ley 500 a a10S3 3 >
10S3 1 W V J Browning 500 SMJ
1877 1 Hudson Sons Co WO 100
1120 > E E G Woolley oolht MO V VU4 1
2W 2 20 1 > o
1124 R L I Colburn
1130 11 > J H Maloney Malone J 0 > 10 1
1143 A Cazier W 1 110 110U65
1165 E Eo G Woolley Y00118 IM I Ilia
lia 11 > Barnett Langley 1000 WJ 1ft
1178 111 J Oberndorfer 100 1 lY > >
1150 W J Browning leo liJ liJ12ff7 1
12ff7 A A S Campbell 2W 10 1
1214 F D Hlgglnbotham b = oW 54l
135 1297 A t L Jacobs r 500 5W 5WTK9 50
TK9 Hudson Sons Co 100 100 10012S3
12S3 Hudson Sons Co MO 100 10013K 10 10isis
isis 1 G 01ll M Hayes 400 00 4 400 400Jail 0 01SU
Jail E C Coffin Sons lea 100 100IMS
IMS W VIL H Clark lark 1 1135SEMWeMerJr 100 Q J 100 100ism >
135SEMWeMerJr ism Eo M Welle jr 500 5001KG ao ao15G >
1KG Holtzwiheimer 20OD OOO MOO OO OO13a
1357 13a IlaUieW k Sons j jJ3 PlO ii iiJ3i9 3t
J3 J3i9 H Don fj
1363 130 H H Broush sOil f 501 5
1392 W Y H lL Deseher D gO OQ 0 50k W WM I
509 0 5110 511014QS >
1 M H Newell eell f
1408 Hatfield SOBS LIo 0 aOO sO OO
1400 Hatfield Sons iOO < 0 500 500IUS J
I 0 > 2 2And 300 oo
1 IUS 6 E G Hansen
5 514Z1
1421 E G Hanson HansoRlUll 500 >
lUll T A 5 Pollock Co 500 50 54 54And 500And
And in accordance with 1th the law and pr prv or order or order
der of the board of directors made on the the31st the31st
of ofeach ofeach
31st day or May lW so many shares
each parcel or saW stock as may be nt nteso reasseTv
will be sold atthe offlee ot o th thrompan the thecompany thecompany
eso company v Wo No 37 < MeCorglek MeConatet block Salt SaltLakeCXty SaltLake SaltLake
LakeCXty Lake City rtah on the 26th day of July JulyIS
1 oclock m to Pay delinquent delinquenta delinquentaseCSdment delinquentassesSment
IS 1 192 at p
a assesSment e mentCtogether together with cost of adver adverSecretary adverlIsu advertlsln
and expe expense of sale saleBRNEST
lIsu I1tLIAMS I1tLIAMSStCretary
Secretary Tetro Mining Company of Tin Tintic Tintic Ttntic
tic ticJune ticJune ticJune
June 30 1S82 1S82OFFICE 1 1OFFICE 100 100OFFICE
Bell Mining company Notice ottce Is her hereby herAbYYen herebygiven by byot
given Yen t that t a meeting of the stockholders stockkoldersI
ot the Eagle Blue Bell Mining com comof CQmpaP cornpapy
I IS hereby called to be held at the theoffice theoffice
paP papy
office oC said company Room No NoProgress o o oI
I Progress BetidIng Salt Lake City Utah ttahat Utahat
18tb 11iJ 11iJfo 1 1for
on August
at U oclock a a m
and actin actinulHtn actirt5uson
fo for the purpose oC considering
ulHtn the proposition to ratIfy the arbor actiorof arborof
of the board of directors in making a acertain acertain acertain
certain contract for the sale and lease o oall oaU 0all
all the property of this company and andfd andsuch
such ether business as may ci properly es y com comSAnAH conybefore
before said fd stockholders meeting meetingSARAH
Secretary SecretaryDated SeoretafYDated SecretaryDated
Dated July 16th 100 100Special 100 1001iOTICE 11105NOTICE
Special Tar Tazin TaLSOTICE TarNOTICE
with ordinances passed bv bvCemraercial b bthe bthe
in aecerdance aec rdance
the clt city council of Salt Lake City ty and andaDProved andapproved
approved July 7th and Slh 100 respect respecttteIJ respectIvely
tl tldefray todefray
thereby levied
tteIJ the special tax
the of grading curblnp curblnpand curbinland
defray expense e
and paV1ngthe alley between MaIn aln and nndCommercIal andCommercial
CommercIal streets IB paving dlsjt district Xo NoIi
delinquent as follows followspJat Three Thretfourths Threefourths
15 becomes
fourths ot the amount so levied shall shallbeeeme sbaUbecome
beeeme delinquent Aug Ist19 151 1202 and one onefourth onefourth
fourth 2 on the 15th day 0 of June 19OO 19OOThe 3203The
The property > thereby assessed consistS CODl8tsor
or parts ot Jots i 4 5 and 6 In block blockptat 70 70at
Lake City CitjUses survey abut abuttJng sbathag
pJat at A A Salt
arid extending twentyfive 5 5feet 23 23feet
hag on
feet back from the following described describedlines
Uses Besinning 1LS3 feet west of o the thabeginning theaoutheast thecorner
4 thence north norths85
aoutheast corner Or11eI oC lot
s85 feet thence < east t73 feet WO WObeglnnln alsobegInning
beginning i3 18 fe t feet t fast of the southwest sontnwMtciroer sonthvestcorner southwestcorner
ciroer corner of said lot J I thence north 56583 56583City SQ SQfeet 36953feet
feet thence cast 30067 i1 feet fectRICJIRD feetIUCHIIRD
City Treasurer TrcaaurerPalt Treasureralt TcasurefSalt
Salt alt TOO < City ltt Jaly ZSIVZ ZSIVZPaving 1 1Paing 1202 1202Paving
Paving Extension No 6 i

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