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I Salt Lakes Chances For Minor MinorLeague MinorLeague MinorS
S League Ball Very V ryBrjght VeryBrJghtGAME ryBrjghtI ryBrjghtGAME Bright Brightv
rpHB UBI past week has aa been a very veryI verytrenuous veryI
T I I strenuous one In local baseball baseballelrelos b baebaIIMros ball ballraJos
elrelos raJos and tHe raeult re ult Is Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltIaka
Lake today stands tind a b ttr ohance of ofhaving otbavlnl ofIbVIfl
IbVIfl having firstcJase minor league base baseball ba huebAIl c cbl1 ¬
ball than ever before In the history of ofthe otV ofd
V the sport port It all depends on the ac actions acUoM actiofte ¬
tions of the directors ot the Pacific PacificNorthwest PacltlcNorthwQ PaeltlcNorthweet
Northwest t league at their annual annualmeeting annualntHtlQg annualntetlng
meeting at Spokane Sp ka e of the 18th of next nestmonth nextmenth nextmonth
month If the magnates will ieue a afmnehtoe atrlUlehiae afranehlee
fmnehtoe to thte city then all well Ev Everything Evorythlng Evorything ¬
erything here tIre Is arranged to put in a atem atm atiam
tem next year ear plenty of financial financialbacking financialbaeklnK flnanclalbeklng
backing the best people In the city be behind behind behtml ¬
hind it and Buck Weaver at the helm helmto helmto helmto
to Blva 8h lv the fans the beat article of ofbaseball otbaseball ofbaeibalt
baseball that money mon y can buy buyWhat buyWhat buyWhat
What more could anyone ask Pres President PresIdent PresMint ¬
ident Lucas of the Pacific Northwest Northwestleague NorthwestJoaguc Northwestloftgue
league the man who holds the destiny destinyof
of the thcnatlonI national n tto l game In tide peek of the thewoods thewood thewoods
woods in the palm of f his band has hasspent hasnt hasepent
spent nt three jaya 4JS In the city the past pastweek pasttlk pastwek
week tlk Investigating the claim of those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who are backing > the new club for next nextyear nextMr nextyear
year Mr and id went nt away satisfied It did didnet didtWt didnot
net take him long to Jump at the con conclusion concJUtllon concluIon ¬
clusion that the sport was In the prop proper proper proper ¬
er hand and when he did he Imme Immediately ImmediatelY immediately ¬
diately gave his written promise to tohelp tohp tohcip
help these th e promote the game In this thisoltE thl thlolt thisoly
oltE olt
oltETh Tk1t Th new club will do nothing more moreuntil moreunut moreuntil
until after t ter the meeting moetln of the direc director dlrectOrti directorc ¬
tor tOrti of the Pacific Pacl c Northwest league leaguenext lnguenext leaguenext
next month Immediately upon the re reoelpt receipt reoeipt
oelpt of the Information that this city cityb cityblttn cityh4a
h4a b been hem admitted to full membership membershipin
in the t league the articles of Incorpora Incorporation Incorporaten lncorporaticn ¬
ten for the new club will bE filed and andBueX andDUIt andBuelt
BueX Weaver given instructions In tructlons to toulgn toMgn 0 0sn
ulgn sn njayera for or next season S8A n That ThatSalt TttatSalt riatu1t
Salt u1t Lake is considered a valuable valuablefranehlse valuablefrasehise
franehlse 159 IB l evident Id nt from an offer made madePresident madePresldint madePresident
President Lucas by a party In Spokane SpokaneJuat SpokapejOlt Spokanejuct
jOlt Safore torft the president came to Salt SaltLake S SaltLake lt ltk
Lake k This T ls person called upon Mr MrT MrLus Ir IrLu8U
Lu8U T 11011 and nnil Mid oalri
It is unnecessary ary for you ou to go to toSalt toS4l1t toSalt
Salt Lake to get a team I have 1000 1000with 1000with l000with
with me which I will give for the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake franchise and put In a team my myself myBell toyS toypreeldent ¬
S self selfPresident
Bellpr8Iddent President Lucas told his friend that thathe thathe thathe
he was too late as Salt S lt Lake La e parties partieshad partiesd partieskad
had d already alre dy organized for noxt sea seaion sealosi QO QO10ft
ion and would be given the proferenee profereneeThe prefereneeThe referefleeThe
The Hueton story stor Is up to date about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the beat thing thln that has happened in intonneotton IneenneotMR ineenneet4an
tonneotton with the putting of this city cityR oltythe cityJit
Jit R the Pacific Nprthwest league le gue for forneoct tort fornaxt
neoct t year Jaok came down here and andloaded andloaded J1d J1dJoadtd
loaded the papers up on a fairy tale talealMMtt taleat4Hct taleabitt
alMMtt biting an 4 emmteary emml ary of ofand MeCloskey MeCloskeyand
and Lucaa Hueton painted a brilliant brilliantdtory brillianteU brilliantarY
dtory eU ry of wht was In store for this thl town townat townt townat
at t tfc Ute hand of MeCloekey McClo key and It cor cortftjiiiy cortNMY cortkIy
tftjiiiy did wunfl good However there therewere theroere thereS
S were ere a a few who knew of other doings doingstltat doingsthRt doingsthat
that wo U going on at the time and andaid andid andcahi
aid id little but looked wise As a mat matttr matter mattsr
ttr of fact Huston left Butte with a araleaee nrel881ie aNicace
raleaee signed by MeCloskey In his hispocket hispecket hispocket
pocket and was down here trying to tostart tort totart
start rt a boom for Huston as eaptain eaptainntanasar captalnUMlMlIir eaptainneasacer
ntanasar of the Salt Lake club for fornext forn
S next n < t year yearThe yrThe yearThe
The wiley Jack played y4 hl tl > cards and andwill andwUftOW andwftt
will wUftOW now have to go back and sit down downM downtheN
M there are others Nothing now re remajna relIMUft ren1w
majna to round the whole situation in inshape Inpe Inshape
shape pe but for Ogden to get In line with withSHU wIthS6tJt withst
SHU Lake and put lut In a bid for a fran franchise franchise ran rane3ise ¬
chise Junction City fans have always alwaysr alwayspreven alwayspoeven
preven r ven loyal In the past to the game gameand gameaRd ganeztd
and BOW they the have an opportunity to toagain toapln toain
again come forward and Join hands handswith handswith handswith
with Salt Lake to give Ive Utah fans base baseball bilseMil basebali ¬
ball Nothing has as yet been beard heardtrem beardrm beardrem
trem rem them about the proposition but butIn buthi butIn
In all probability there will be some something lIomeUtIRK somethbg ¬
thing doing bore b ttre the time the Spo Spokane SpokaM Spokase ¬
kane meeting comes off offPortland offPortland offPortland
Portland Will Stick StickPortland StickP StickPott1anl
Portland P IUand Ore Sept 6 6Portland 6Portlandw1l1 Portland Portlandvyttl Portlandwill
will stay by the Northwest league If Ifshe It5M ifshe
she receives the t e treatment due her herwJd herItakJ hersaId
saId PresldentV Jtrefildlnt C A Whltmore of the thePortland thoPortland thePertlahd
Portland club when Questioned que tloned this thismorning thismornIng thisnearning
morning regarding the Interview with withPreaMent s1thPrealdent 1th 1thJtAlllhlent
PreaMent Lucas that Portland Seat Seattle SeattJe Seattie ¬
tie and Tacoma wore trying to break breakinto broaka breaklato
into a to the California league There Is Isnothing Isuethln isIbething
nothing uethln under toot for or us to go into intothe Intotkft Intothe
the California league Some corre correspondence correseadence ¬ I IeftC
spondence eftC may have passed pails some time timeas timeage I IPo
age as Po but it Is not seriously considered consideredtiling consideredno I Ino
no t do ot believe there Is any anyUdR anyin
UdR tiling in thetalk the talk of our Joining Call Callferntfr Callf Califrlk
f ferntfr as the pveeent league Is a strong strongM stronsantI
M b and there are good prospects for forth forthe or orthe
th the future futureTip f11tu f11tuf
f Tip to His Old Tricks TricksDenver TricksI
I Denver Republican RepublicanHaumn RepublicanIIauNA RepublicanHansen
Hansen has made himself hlm lt distasteful distastefulte dIstastefulooupasts
t te ooeupants of the boxes Monday by byturning byhmdng bytwriing
turning around and abusing some of ofthem otthem ofHis
them His remarks rt > were Insulting Insultingand InsultingaAd insultingaad
aAd earned eam a a stern rebuke from Ever Everett Ever8tt Everott ¬
ett He had a quitting streak oarly in inthe IntM inth
the th game and when he allowed Gus GuaDuiMen GusDulMJon GusIuedon
DuiMen to steal second by deliberately deliberatelyholding deliberatelyboWing deliberatelyhoMing
holding the th ball b 11 he was pulled out and andBaerwald andBaftWakl andBeerwaki
Baerwald substituted substitutedThe substitutedThe ubaUtutedThe
The change of sentiment toward Ra Ramey RaJne Ramay
S may Jne te somewhat remarkable When Whenhe Whenhe Vhenhe
he last played with Denver on the hom homegrounda homIUOU homgreusde
grounda IUOU the fans fairly groaned as ashe ashe asS
S he went to the bat Now every time timehe timehE timehe
he comes up up1e he is almost compelled to todoff todolt todo
doff do his cap He has deserved every everyhand ever everband everyhand
hand he got as ho has taken a place placewith placewith placewith
with th the creek ok hitters of the league leagueMore leagueMere leagueMore
More than that he is probably the fast fastest tasteet fastest ¬
est runner rUR r in I h the Western WesternBuck WesternBuck VesternBuok
Buck Goes to McCloskey McCloskeyWalla McC1o xtcQ1oskeyWalla key keyWalla
Walla Walla Wash Sept 6 6Buak 6BuakWeaver 6BuaILWeaver Buok BuokWeaver
Weaver catcher teher for the local club has hasbeen hnsMen hasbsen
been signed by Manager MeCloskey to tonnteh tofiR toi
i S nnteh fiR the season as first baseman of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Butte fluttej olub olubEND elubEND
l War Between Betw en American and National NationalLeagues NationalJeAg11es NationalLeagues
Leagues Nearing an End EndWhen EndWhen EudWhen
When the cruel war Is over Jennie Jenniedear Jenniedear Jennledear
dear dearBaseball dearBaseball dearlkseball
Baseball magnates are evidently evidentlyhumming evidentlyhUIRmlnli evidentlyhuming
humming this gong beneath bene th their theirbreath theirbrflAth theirbreath
breath in anticipation of the cessation cessationof
of It hostilities between the two major majororganisations majQtorC4J1Uens majororgnIt1es
organisations of < < It the eountry untrrthls this not notwithstanding notUhstandtng notwthstandtng ¬
withstanding the tbewarl1ko warlike conditions at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present prevailing
An ofllolal om lal of the St St Louis American Americanleague AmerleanJeaue AmericanJeague
league Is quoted as saying sayingThere saylnThora sayingTheto
There f is no question qUf SUon 3 but > ut that the theend theend theend
end of the two leagues will come I Ido Ido Ido
do not expect It this year but the pres present present presOat ¬
ent liostllltlcsr will surely cease next nextseason l1extason nextseason
season ason or in 1004 1004A 1004A 1004A
A mutual mU JJ 1 understanding is bound boundto 1oundto
to come and the St Louis American Americanleague AmericanJaaguQ Americanleague
league clubs will indorsejt when it Is Isproposed Isproposed isproposed
proposed The present oondltlena lJ play playInto pIa playInto
Into the hands Jf < t the players too tooutrongly toofltrongly toostrongly
strongly Hostility and competition competitionbetween competitionbetween I IJorve
between the two organizations simply simplyporve simplyaorve
porve to enhance prices Salaries are aregoing areolng aregoing
going up so that neither league can canmake cangiake
make money When each finds that thatthe thattho thatthe
the other Is prepared to stay in the theBusiness theusln6ss theusinezs
Business usln6ss with the realization re will come comean comenn cometn
an tn appreciation of the fait f t and amity amityin mltyIn
in place of hostility is the better pol policy polIcy p01Icy ¬
icy icyThe The end will see both bot leagues work working worklog WorkIng ¬
ing in harmony such as existed in the theidays thedays thedays
days of the old National association associationThe
The future will probably see the base baseball baseball baseban ¬
ball employers organized orsanlz d as against the thebaseball thebaseball thebaseball
baseball players The question QUf Stlon reduces reducesto
to a plain business proposition as any anyother auyother aflYother
other matter of making money In all aUcombInation allcombination
1 combination is strength The baseball baseballmagnates baseballmagnates baseballmagnates
magnates will find this out soon soonThere soonThere loonThere
There are likely to be many sur surprises flurprlses surprlses ¬
prlses in the baseball world before the theseason theseason
season of 1903 190 opens It is possible possiblethat possiblethat possiblethat I
that the two leagues le gues will get t together togetherbefore togetherbefore togetherbefore
before the start of another season If IfBO Ifso
BO It will be all the better for base baseball baseball baseball ¬
ball ballAs
As It now stands stan s there Is no money moneyIn rnoneyIn
In baseball It fs a a more question uestlon of ofwhether orwhether ofwhether
whether the game will be killed or orsalaries orsalaries orsalaries
salaries drop The latter issue I ue Is bound boundto
to come
Collision on Diamond DiamondI DinmondTalk DiamondTalk
I Talk about collisions onthe on 0 th the ball ballfield ballfield ballfield
field here Is one I shall ever remem remember remember rememher ¬
ber remarked President Ebbets of the theBrooklyns UtoBrooklyn theBrooklyns
Brooklyns It was the time Hub Col Collins CollInfJ Collins ¬
lins and Tom Burnb came together togetherBoth togetherkith togetherBoth
Both men chased for the ball > J1I then thenstopped thenstopped thenstopped
stopped started again stopped again againand againnn againand
and nn finally ran for it at full speed speedmeeting speedmeeUn speedmeeting
meeting head on Down they went with witha
a crash Collins was unconscious for forhours forhOQrs forhours
hours Ho e wap wa fearfully out about the theI theheed I
I head and face Burns looked a sight sightwith sightwith
1 with three teeth missing and a gory goryface Ioryface goryface
face The blow killed Collins CollinsWrong ColUnVrong CollinSWrong
Wrong put In Ned ad d Hanlon Hub HubCollins HubCotuns HubCollins
Collins died from typhoid fever feverManager feverManager feverManager
Manager Fred Clarke told a story of ofthe otthe ofthe
the time that Beau and Wagner almost nlmostbanged lJmostbanged almostbanged
banged Into each other in New York YorkBig yorkBig rork rorkBig
Big men as they the are something Is Isgoing IsIolng isgoing
going to drop when they meet de declared decare e ec1arel ¬
clared care I Ferdinand FerdinandMy FerdinandMy FerdinandMy
My heart was In my mouth when I Irealized Irealled Irealized
realized thqt a n collision was Inevitable InevitableBeau Inelb inevitaoleBeau Jle JleBenu
Beau however threw himself o cne cneside cneside ne neBide
side and escaped the Flying lyIng Dutch Dutchman Du Dutobman oh ohman ¬
man manThis This business of getting bumped bumpedmust bumpedmust bumpedmust
must be learned I guess put in Han Hanlon laJlIon HanIon ¬
Ion I noticed that Crollus did not notmind notmind notmind
mind his smash In with RItohey Per Perhaps Perbaps Perhaps ¬
haps it lttwouid would be well If evory player playertook playertook playertook
took a course In football footballThen footballThen football4 football4Then
Then Pop smiled
Lempke a 11 Prize PrizeIf
If Lempke continues to make good goodon goodon goodon
on the th Denver team Burt Davis one oneof oneot oneof
of the Grizzlies will have ba c additional additionalproof additionalproot additionalproof
proof of his ability to discover good goodplayers goodpla goodplayers
players pla er8 David vig Was as the man who first firstdiscovered firstdiscovered firstdiscovered
discovered Pop Eyler and It took tooksome tooksome tooksome
some time for or him to convince George GeorgeTebeau GeorgeTebeau GeorgeTebeau
Tebeau that the present star of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western league was worth his salary salarySeveral salarySe salarySevern
Several Se nd other players now drawing fat fatsalaries fatIIIla1l09 fatsalarIes
salaries were originally brought to the theattention theattentldn theattentido
attention of the managers In the West Western Westera Vestern ¬
ern league through Davis He signed signedLempke signedLempke signedLempke
Lempke for Bill Everltt ana Insisted Insistedwhen InsIstedwhen insistedwhen
when Lempke went to the Springs that thathe thathe thathe
he would not be In condition to pitch pitchbefore pitchbefore pitchbefore
before the middle or latter part of ofJuly otJuly ofJuly
July Burns would not wait for him himto himto himto
to develop and he was released to toDenver toDenver toDenver
Denver The last time Denver and andColorado a adColorado d dColorado
Colorado Springs played and Lempke Lempkewas
was put In to finish a game begun by byWhltrldge byW byWliltrldge
Whltrldge W ltrldge Davis called Burns atten attention attention attention ¬
tion to the work Lempke was doing doingWhy doingWhY doIngWhy
Why his arms all gone said Burns BurnsWell BurnsWell BurnsWell
Well you ou Just watch Itch him answered answeredDavis answeredDavis answeredDavis
Davis he Is Just coming And as aswe aswe aswe
we say in dear old France It looks looksvery looksvcry looksvery
very much as though he had arrived arrivedA
A A Rube Ru e Waddell Story StoryBarney StoryBarney StoryBarney
Barney Dreyfuss of the Plttsburg Pltteburgclub Plttsburgclub Plttsburgclub
club tells a story of Rube Waddell WaddellManagers WaddellManagers WaddellManagers
Managers had been chasing the great greatpltoher greatpltoher greatpitcher
pltoher for weeks At last he was wascorralled wascorralled wascorralled
corralled by one In the lobby of a cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam western we tern hotel A figure that suit suited suited suite1
ed Rubewas Rube was offered and he agreed agreedto
to sign upon the condition that he re receive receive receive ¬
ceive 000 100 advance money To this the themanager themanager themanager
manager readily enough agreed He Hestarted Hestarted Hestarted
started into the he office to write out a acheck ncheck acheck
check for the amount and while gone goneanother goneanother goneanother
another manager came In His offer offerto oreerto offerto
to Rube was considerably under that thatof thatot thatof
of the first manager but he said to tothe tothe tothe
the pitcher What you want Is cash cashHe cashHe cashHe
He has gone to write you a cheok for forSOO forwo
SOO 600 You cant cash that check now nowfor nowtor nowor
for or the banks are closed I will count countyou countyou countyou
you oft Just a hundred of these long longgreen longgreen longgreen
green boys all in ones and there you youhave youhave ou ouhae
have the money In your OU1 fist ready to tospend tospend tospend
spend This pleased Rube and andforthwith andforthwith andforthwith
forthwith he set his hi name to the con contract contract contract ¬
tract Upon the return of the first flratmanager firstmanaler firstmanager
manager Rubo Informed him that thatnegotiations thatnogot1R thatnegotIations
negotiations nogot1R ons were off as I have Just Justgot justgot justgot
got some spot cash from another man manager manager manager ¬
ager while you ou would only have given givenme glenme givenme
me a a check
Hartzell Again With Denver DenverRoy DenverRoy DenverRoy
Roy Hartzell the exLogan pitcher pitcherwho pitcherTho pitchersrho
who left here tue for Denver and then thensigned thensigned thensIgned
signed with Kansas City and still latar lataron laUron lataron
on the Iftla IolaKan Kan nine has returned to toColorado toColorado toColorado
Colorado with the Grizzlies and will be bekept bekept bekept
kept on the Denver payroll for or the rest restof restot restof
of the season being roserved for Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver for the coming season Hartzell Hartzellgives nart7atlgho Hartzellgives
gives some promise of developing into intoa
a good player next year and on o that ac account account orcount ¬
count will be held and used this year yearwhenever yearwhenever ear earwhenever
whenever a pyiyer is needed and a more moreexperienced moreexperienced moreexperienced
experienced one cannot cannotbe be secured securedNATIONAL securedNATIONAL securedNATIONL
Standing of Teams
Per PerWon PerWen PuWon
Won Lost Cent CentPittsbure CentPtltsburl CentPittsburg
Pittsbure k9d 9 0O T TBrooklyn iU iUBreokln 744Brooklyn
Brooklyn 62 62Cineinnatl O t 59 61 61ClnelnnaU 512 512Cincinnati
Cincinnati CineinnatlChicago 00 > IS 5 5Chicago Q9 Q9Chloago
Chicago GQ GQBeaton SS 1iOO 1iOOBest 509Beaten
Beaten BeatonSt Best n 58 5Q 5QSt Q0 Q0St
St Louis 4 4Philadelphia 63 S SPhiladelphia 46 46PhUajlphla
Philadelphia f 48 48New 4 g iO o oNew 407 407iew
New York 40 40PhllailWnWa 15 s 315 315Phtladalpla is isPhiladelabia
PhllailWnWa Sopt fc fGttfd Gef GSed A oonseoutive oonseoutivehitting OQJ1s conateutlvahittieg GUUe GUUehI1U
hitting hI1U won en todays t 6yS game for Cincinnati CincinnatiThe CincInnatIThe CincinnatiThe
The home to team was unable te hit Hahn Hahnto Ha Hahnto n
to 0 any aY extent tOlt Attn Attendance nlle 2600 t1OO Score ScoreR
R H B BCineinnatl ECIncinnati BCincinnati
CIncinnati 7 9 3 3Philadelphia 3P 3Phiiadolpbla
Philadelphia P 2 5 3 3BatterlIfnhn
BatteripJInUn r liihi1 and d B Bergen Tg n White Whiteand Whiteand It Itand
and Doofn Doom UmplrfrBrown UmplrfrBrownBrooklyn UmplrBfownBrooklyn UmpireBrownBrookiy
Brooklyn Sept S pt crBreokln Brooklyn beat St StLouis
Louis today although Captain Keeler was was1ald
laid up and unable to play In the thefiret first firsttour
tour fOU r Innings inn Inga Pearsen was hit safely eight eighttiroes eJghttlmts cighttimts
tiroes and five runs were made off him himbut himbut himbut
but during durin the reraalnJer of the th game he hewag tiebatted lewas
wag only batted btt d twice Attendance t < < n ance 4000 4 000
R II nSt JB JBSt 1iStLouis
St St StLouis Louis 2 i G 1 1Brooklyn 1Brooklyn
Brooklyn 5 10 10BatteriesPearson D DBatteries 1 1BatteriesPearson
Batteries BatteriesPearson Pearson and Ryan Hughes Hughesand nughesand hughesand
and Latimer Umpire UmpireEmslie UmpireEmslieBoston Emslle EmslleBoston
Boston Sept S pt iD aDemlter Detnlter mlter presented ented Chi Chicago Ohicago Oldcago ¬
cago with todays game loJI1 In the th first in inning lqnlng tr trning ¬
ning when after jnuklne a brilliant brlllfi nt stop stopof stopoC stopof
of Murrays urrays hot grounder he threw the theball theball theball
ball Into the first base bleachers Threruns Three ThreerunIJ Threeruns
runs came in on the play Attendance AttendanceJOW Attel1donOW Attendanceooe
JOW OW Score
R H B BBoston EJ10slGn BBoston
Boston 3 10 3 3Chicago 3Chlcngo 3htcago
Chicago 5 8 3 3BatterlcsPJtUmor 3BatteriesPittinger
Batteries BatterlcsPJtUmor Pittinger and Kittredge KittredgeLungren KittredgeLungren KittredgeLungren
Lungren and Kling Umpire UniPlreDDay UniPlreDDayNew ODay ODayNew
New York Sept Septspjltsburg cpt 6 PUtaburg beat New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York in a loosely played game today by bythe bytbe bythe
the score of d to 3 Robinson was unablo unabloto
to catch MaHhewsons delivery letting
lour balls go past him Bowerman re relieved reileved ¬
lieved f bhl him f in the t eighth Ui inning I although althoughhla althoughhi OUXh OUXhhis
his hi ankle was in bad condition Attend Attendance Attendance Attendance
ance 8200 Score
R H E EPittsburtr EPJttsburg BPlttsburg
Pittsburtr 9 H 3 3New 3iew 3NewYork
New NewYork York 3 6 5 5Butteries 5BatteriesDoheny 5BatteriesDoheny
Butteries BatteriesDoheny Doheny and an Phelps Mat Matthewson Matthewllon Matthewson
thewson Bowerman and Robinson Um Umpires UmplresJ1tham UrnpiresJatham ¬
pires plresJ1tham Latham and Irwin IrwinAMBBICAN IrwinRICAN IrwinAMEIIICAN
Standing o of i Teams TeamsTM
Per PerWon PerWon
Won Lost Cent
Philadelphia PhiladtlphiaBoston TM CT 48 5s
Boston 66 El S6iSt S6i
St Louis 64 50 50Chlc81o 58S 5 5Chicago
Chicago 62 62Cleveland 3 5 5Cleveland t tCleveland
Cleveland CO COWashington 51 61 513
Washington 53 S3Baltimore 66 445
Baltimore 46 < S SDetroit 10 Zt ZtDetroit j
Detroit 45 45Detroit tIS 02Detroit 3S3 3S3Detroit
Detroit Sent 6 GDetrolt Detroit showed a com complete complete cornpleto ¬
plete reversal of form today and won wont
Z t doubleheader from Baltimore with withcase wIthease withcase
case In the first same Butler was hit hitall hitnll hitnIL
all over the field Two of Katols bases baseson
on balls develoned into runs in the first
inning of the second game and four hits hitsin hitsIn hitsin
in succession scored two more for Do Dotroit Dotrolt Dotroit
troit in the third Tbeonv Joined the Bal Baltimore BnlUmore Bultimore ¬
timore team today Attendance AU ndllnce 2200 2200Scores 3200Scores = 200 200Scores
Scores ScoresFirst ScoresFirst
Scorest First t same m R R RDetroit H HDetroit E EDetroit
Detroit 1214 12 14 4 3 3Baltimore 3Baltllnore 3Baltimore
Baltimore 4 4BatteriesMullin 4 4 4Batteries 4DattericaMuilin
Batteries BatteriesMullin Mullin and Buelow Butler Butlerand Butlera Butlerand
and a Smith SmithSecona SmithSecond
Second c Jt game amo R HE HEDetroit U HIiDetroit E EDetroit
Detroit 6 10 1 iBaltimore 1Baltimore 1Baltimore
Baltimore 2 2DatterlesYLlaer T 2 2ltatteriesYcager
Batteries DatterlesYLlaer Yeaeer and Buelow Katol KatolSmith Kl1tolSmith KatolSmith
Smith and Robinson RobinsonSt Roblns n nSt
St Louis Sept G GBoston Boston beat St Louis Louisin LoulrsIn LoutsIn
in an erratic came in which heavy hea hit hitting hItting hitting ¬
ting played an Important Im1 > or nt part Both BothYoung BothYounl BothYoung
Young and Donahue were hit hard at attimes attimes attimes
times Attendance 8200 Score ScoreB
St Louis 6 I 11 2 2Boston 2Boston 2Boston
Boston 6 14 6 6Batteries 6BatteriesDonahue 6BatteriesDonahue
Batteries BatteriesDonahue Donahue and Kahoe Young Youngand Younband Youngand
and Crlcer CrlcerChicago CrherChlcao CrlgerChicazo
Chicago Sent C GChlcnJo Chicnco hltDrth hard hardand h hardand rd rdanti
and consecutively and won todays game gamewithout samewIthout gamewithout
without anY trouble On the other hand handPiatt handPlatt handPiatt
Piatt was an enlcroa until untllth the game WRit wnssaf WRitsa wassafe
saf sa safe and held tho visitors down to threo threohits threobllJl threehits
hits until tho seventh inning Innln Attendance tlendanc
4000 Score ScoreChlcaco
R H R EChloolo BChicano
Chicano 7 13 13Washinuton 3 S SWashington 2 2Vashll1lton
Washington 4 7 0 CButteries 0B 0Btter1e5PIatt
Butteries B tterlePlntt Platt and McFarland Orth Orthand Orthand Ortltand
and Drill DrillCleveland DrlllClcveland DrillCleveland
Cleveland Sept Sept6JOss 6 6Joss Joss held the Ath Athletics Athletics Mhletics ¬
letics down wn to four hits today but lost lostthe lostthe lostthe
the canic Jnm as Philadelphia bunched iwo IWQdouble iwodoub1e jwodoubles
double a slnsle a base on balls and two twowteals tWOtlt twosteals
steals tlt 1Is Ip the sixth Innlnc Waddell kept kejitthe keJlttho keptthe
the hits well scattered Attendance 7450 1450Score 7450Score
Score 5
R Ii H E
Cleveland s 8 u uPhiladelphia
Philadelphia L 3 1 4 4BatteriesJoss 2 2 2BatterIeSJO
Batteries BatteriesJoss Joss and Bemis vvv Waddell and anaSchreck andSchreck andSchreck
Standing of Teams TeamVon
Per PerVon PerS
S Von Lost Lost Cent CentSeattle cnel cnelButte Cent5Butte
Butte 51 3S 5i3 5i3Seattle 53Seattle
Seattle SeattleHelena 40 565 565Helena
Helena 45 It 506 506PortllU1d 506Portland
Portland U 41 41 41Tacoma 464Tacoma
Tacoma 41 50 4fi1 4fi1Spokane 451Spokane
Spokane = 3S 5 IZ 42Seattle IZSeattle
Seattle Wash Sept 6 GScore Score ScoreR
R H E ESeattle EU BSeattle
Seattle 3 11 3 3Portland 3Portland
i 1 1BatterlesHogg
Portland U 1 8 14 1 1Batteries IBatterIesBoor
Batteries BatterlesHogg HOBJT Hickey and Stanley StanleyKostal StanleyI StanleyKostal
Kostal I ostal and Vlgneuac Umpire UmpireFisher Fisher At Attendance Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 1500 1500Butte 1500Butte 1500Butte
Butte Mont Sept rScore C
R H E En EBatterlesRoaah BButte EButte
Butte 6 6 2 2Tacoma
Tacoma n 2 C 2BatteriesBeach 2 2Batteries
BatterlesRoaah Batteries Roach and Zearfoss Harmon Hannonand Harmonand Harmonand
and Zalusky UJ11plreColgnn Umpire Colgan Attendance Attendease Attend Attendance ¬
ance 400Helena 400 400Helena tooHelena
Helena Mont Sept 6 6Score Score ScoreR
R H Ej E ESpokane BSpokane
Spokane 2 7 1 1Helena 1llclena 1Helena
Helena 3 5 1 1Batteries 1llntteriesPteillter 1BatteriesFfeister
Batteries llntteriesPteillter Pfelster and Frary Slagle Slagleand Slagleand Slagleand
and Sullivan Umpire UmpireMcCarthy McCarthy At Attendance Attendance Attendance ¬
tendance 500 500WESTERN 500WESrrERN 500WESEBN
Standing of Teams TeamsMilwaukee Teamson
J I Per PerWon Perton
Won on Lost Cent c cei Centdllwaukee ei eiIlllwaukee
Milwaukee Milwaukeei 72 43 505 00 00Kansas 5051ansas
i Kansas City 70 51 578 5786S 578Omaha 58Omaha
Omaha OmahuDenver 6S 51 572 57 57Denver 572Denver
Denver DenverSt 70 i 50 50St lID lIDSt
St Joseph JosephColorado 63 i Sf SfColorado 51Colorado
Colorado Springs SpringsDea 54 i iAt II 00 431 431Des 4 4Des
Des Moines MoinesPeorla ro 00 00Ieoria 4O 4Oleorla
Peorla SS 27 27At 20 20At
At Denver DenvorFlnlt First game Denver 1 Des DesMoines Deslolnes DesMoines
Moines 5 Second game Denver 4 Des DesMaine DesIolnej DesMoines
Maine l S SAt 5At 3At
At Colorado Springs SprlngsColorado Colorado Springs SpringsOmaba
4 Omaha 9 9At 9At 0At
At Peorla oorlaPeorlaBt PeoriaSt Joe game post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned account of rain rainAt ntlnA rainAt
At A Milwaukee MilwaukeeKansas Kansas CityMilwaukee CityMilwaukeegame Clt mwaukce mwaukcegame
game postponed Kansas City team teamfailed teamtailed teamtailed
tailed to appear
Party of Fans Leave on Trip TripExPresident TripExPresident TripExPresident
ExPresident J S Critchlow of the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah baseball league together with withWinchester irlthVlnchester withWinchester
Winchester Nason Henry McCornlck McCornlckand
and H E Dunn left last evening for forthe forthe forthe
the coast presumably to see a ball ballgame bangame ballgame
game At least 1 lUit they gave this out as astheir astheir astheir
their reason for going From San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco they th y go by boat to Portland Portlandwhere Portlandwhere Portlandwhere
where Mr Critchlow has a date with withPresident withPresident withPresident
President Lucas of the Pacific North Northwest Northwest Northwest ¬
west league to talk local baseball mat matters matters matters ¬
ters and the prospects for next year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The trip on the boat has made the theparty theparty theparty
party think already they are sailors sailorsand sailorsand sailorsand
and Critchlows Instructions to Nason Nasonwhen Nasonwhen Nasonwhen
when they boarded the train was Go Goaft Goaft Goaft
aft young oung man and bring brln me a be belaying belaying belayIng ¬
laying pin
Hugh Eippeto Returns ReturnsHugh ReturnsHugh BeturnsHugh
Hugh Rlppetp the well known ath athlete athlete athlete ¬
lete returned yesterday from a n ten tendays tenda tendays
days da s vacation In British Columbia ColumbiaRIppeto ColumbIaRlppeto ColumbiaRippeto
RIppeto tells all kind of fishing and andhunting andhuntlng andhunting
hunting stories but so far has pro produced produced produced ¬
duced no evidence of a large killing killingKid kUlingII killingKid
II IIXld o
Kid Parker Recovers RecoversKid RecoversKid
Kid Parker has been challenged by Kid
Bennett of Cripple Creek Cre k and there Is a apossibility apoublUtv apossibility
possibility that the challenge may be ac acfepted aeepted acepted
fepted epted The Denver fighter has been very verysick
sick recently and It was feared at one onatime onetime onetime
time that he would not recover After ho hocot hoot herot
cot ot very ery low he was forced under In Instructions InuuctJons Inatructions ¬
structions from the doctor to abandon abandonthe
the vezetarlan diet which he had decided decidedwaa decIdedwas decidedwas
was the best for him apd he bran J1 to toImprove toImprove toimrnova
Improve Immediately He has been In the themountains themountains themountains
mountains lately but returned looking al almost almost almost ¬
most as n well as ever and the chances c1t e Arethat Are Iret arethat
that t at he will take notice of the challenge challengesent chAUengesent Chaiingeseat
sent out frota row Cripple Creek
Manag Manager r of Champion Joe Cans Canst G ns nsL
t 5 in Town TownIS Townt TownIS TownlS
I fc S HERFORD one of the best bestknown bestknown
AJ 11 known managers In pugilism to today toda todhy ¬
day da and owner of the biggest ath athletic ntbletlc athletic ¬
letic club In Baltimore n lt1more passed through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the city yesterday on his way from fromSan troman fromSan
San an Francisco Herford has Joe Cans Cansand Cansad
and Young Peter Jackson on his string stringof
of fighters now both of whom are arechampions arechampions arechampIons
champions In their class classHerford classHertord classHerford
Herford was at the ring side of the theJacksonWilliams theJackflOnWIIUams tIleJacksonWiiiiams
JacksonWilliams tIght In San Fran Francisco Francisco Frandeco ¬
cisco Wednesday night and said his hisman b8man hisroan
man had all the best of the t e contest contestHe contestHe contestBe
He claimed that Jackson could not notcatch notcatoh notcatch
catch Williams at any stage of the thegame thegame thegame
game or he would have sent him to tothe tothe tothe
the floor for the count In the early earlystages earl earlsUlges earlystages
stages of C the fight Williams got the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision In the seventeenth round on ona ona ona
a foul but all accounts agree that thatJackson thatJackson thatJackson
Jackson had the better of the light lightHerford tlghtHerford tIghtHorford
Herford stopped oft here In hopes of ofseeing ofseeing I Iseeing
seeing Harry Harr Hynds who according accordingto
to Herford Is considered one of the thesrjuareat thesquarest thesquarest
squarest sporting men In the Rocky Rookymountain Rockymountain Rockymountain
mountain country He said last night nightthat nightthat nightthat
that he would like to get a a match here herefor herefor herefor
for Cans and would match ma h him against againstany agalnltany againstany
any man that could be brought against againsthim againsthim againsthint
him Young Peter Jackson Is also alsoopen alsoopen alsoopen
open for a match and would not be beadverse beadverse beadverse
adverse to meeting any middleweight middleweightin
in the world worldHerford worldHerford WorldHerord
Herford is i on his way to Baltimore Baltimoreto
to look after Cans Interest in his com coming comIn corning ¬
ing In match with Gus Gardner sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled to > take place on Sept 17 Cans Cansmanager Gansmanaler Gaasmanager
manager will stop off of at Buffalo on his hisway hisway hisway
way east where here he lias an engage engagement engagement engagement ¬
ment to meet l1 et Frank Erne who lost the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds championship to Gans on May
15 of this sear ar Erne wants another anotherchance anotherchance anotherchance
chance to regain the title ttuennd and Herford Herfordsays Herfordsays Herfordsays
says he is only tpo willing to accom accommodate accommpdate acconimpdate ¬
mpdate the th Baltimore man manHerford manHerfordsald manHerord
Herford Herfordsald said the RootGardner con contest contest conteat ¬
test had attracted the eyes of the out outside outside outside ¬
side sporting world to Salt Lake and andthe andthe andthe
the people here could get any an amount amountof
of good matches mat hes If they would go to tothe tothe tothe
the trouble to arranging them themBEADY themREADY themBEADY
Thompson and Currin Meet eet on the theMat theMat theS theMat
Mat Tomorrow TOp101OW Night NightTomorrow NightTomorrow NightTomorrow
Tomorrow evening the Salt Lake Ath Athletic Athletic Mbletic ¬
letic club will ppfcn up again with a awrestling awrestling awrestling
wrestling match nt t h between Eugene EugeneThompson EugeneThompson EugeneThompson
Thompson and Jack Currin With the thematch thematcJt thematch
match goes the title Utl of Utah champion championshin championshIp championship
shIp and Thompson the t e present hold holder holder holder ¬
er will use every effort to retain the thetitle thetitle thetitle
title he earned earnc so hard In defeating defeatingMcLaughUn defeatingMcLaughlin defeatingMcLaughlin
McLaughlin at the saucer track at t the thetime thetime thetime
time the RootGardner RootGar < 1ner contest was
pulled oft oftCurrin offCurrln
Currin has a good record behind him himand himand himand
and claims the middle weight cham championship champIonship cliampionship ¬ I
pionship of t the Pacific northwest northwestAmong northwestAmong northwestAmong
Among the men he has met are Cannon Cannonof
of r Butte who once got a draw and the theother theother theother
other time Currin won He wrestled wrestledMcLaughlln wrestledMcLaushUn wrestledMcLaughlin
McLaughlin twice winning once and andthe andthe andthe
the other time drawIng with him Jim Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy ¬
my Harris was defeated In Butte and andFred andFred andFred
Fred Meyersthe Meyers Meyre the Philippine champion championwas
was also defeated at Kallspell Mont MontCurrin MontCurrin ont ontCurrin
Currin also holds victories over Profes Professor Proteilor Professor ¬
sor Chrystal William Peters and C CHallett B BHallett nHallett
Hallett HallettYoung HallettYoung HallettYoung
Young Corbett Turns Down Offer OfferThat OfferT OfferThat
That T At WIlliam Rothwell more atoll familiarly famnlarly atolliarly ¬
iarly known as Young Corbett Is Istaking IstakIng istaking
taking the best of oreare care of himself and andexerting andexerting andexerting
exerting his best efforts in his training trainingfor
for his fight with Terry McGovern at atLouisville atLouisville I
Louisville on Sept 22 can not be bedoubted bedoubted I
doubted If anything were needed to tolend tolend tolend
lend conviction to the statement stat Jnent the thefaot thetnot thefact
fact that Young Corbett who Is now nowtraining nowtraining no notraining
training at Price Hill Cincinnati rer rerfused re rerused refused
fused an offer of 1600 made by a local localvaudeville localaudevllle localvaudeville
vaudeville house to appear one week weekIn weelIn weekin
In public publicThe publiclhe publicThe
The llttle llttletCnamplon champlon refused saying sayingI
I know ItSis 1 itis ls a lot of money and I
would well wel11ike like to accept the same but butI
I am going to whip McGovern and If I Itake Itake Itake
take that engagement It might Inter Interfere Interfere Interfere ¬
fere with my training As the coming comingbattle comlnlbMtle comingbattle
battle with McGovern Is the most im important Important mmportant ¬
portant thing to me Just at the present presenttime presenttlme presenttIme
time I had to refuse refuseAfter refuseAttar refuseAfter
After his fight with Terry Corbett Corbettwill Corbettwill Corbettwill
will make his first appearance In Cin Cincinnati CincInnati Cm Cmcinnati ¬
cinnati and go o from there to the prin principal principal principat ¬
cipal vaudeville houses of the country countryCycling countryeycllng countryMichael
Cycling eycllngMichael CyclingMichael
Michael and Huret Collide CollideNew CollideNew CollideNew
New York ork Sept 6 6Mlehael Michael the thebicyclist thebloycllst thebloyclist
bicyclist while training came into a aterrific n nterrific aterrIfic
terrific collision possibly permanently permanentlydisabling permanentlydisabling
disabling Huret the French champion championsays
says a Paris dispatch to the World WorldHuret WorldHuret WorldHuret
Huret had his ankle torn and badly badlysplintered badlysplintered badlysplintered
splintered by Michaels pedal Michael Michaelvisited MichaelIstted Michaelvisited
visited Hurot In the hospital where the thesurgeons thesurgeons thesurgeons
surgeons declared the Frenchman never neverwill neverwill nevervill
will be able to ride again againKramer againXn1mer againErisater
Kramer Seats Taylor TaylorNewark TaylorNcwark TaylorNewark
Newark N J Sept P ftFrank Frank L LKramer LKramer LKramer
Kramer of East Orange at the Vans Vallsburg Vansburg Vailsburg
burg track today defeated Major Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor the colored rider In two straight straightheats straighthents straightheats
heats of a race for a n purse of J500 J500Time 500 500TimeFirst 500TimeFirst
Time TimeFirst First heat haltmile 112 11 25 25second 5 5second 5second
second heat one mile 218 25 25The 25The 25The
The one mile handicap professional professionalwas
was won by John King ot Newark Newarkwith Nearkwith Newarkwith
with Floyd McFarland San Jose sec second sccond eecond ¬
ond and John T Fisher Chicago third thirdTime thirdTtme20725 thirdTime207
Time Ttme20725 Time207 207 25
CbeCurf CbeCurfWILL the turf turfWUIOPENTHLSWEEK urr urrWILL
New Track at Agricultural Park ParkNearly Par ParNearly ParkNearly
Nearly Ready for Horsemen Horsemento
to Begin Training TrainingSecretary TrainingSecretary TrainingSecretary
Secretary Sears of the D A A M Msociety Msociety Msociety
society said yesterday that the new newhalfmile newhalfmile newhalfmile
halfmile track would be in shape for forthe forthe or orthe
the horsemen to begin training by the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle of next week The association associationput associationput associationput
put a largeeteain roller to work this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week and Is rapidly getting the track trackIn trackIn trackIn
In condition con < 1lt1on for or the horses The new newstalls newstalls newstalls
stalls are already in place and will bu buthrown buthrown bethrown
thrown open to those who enter their theirhorses theirhorses theirhorses
horses as soon as the work on the track trackis
is completed completedSeveral completedSeveral completedSeveral
Several applications for or entry blanks blanksfrom blanksfrom blanksfrom
from outside owners of horses have havebeen ltaebeen havebeen
been received which leads the promot promoters ¬
ers to believe that many outside en entries entries entries ¬
tries will face fac the starter strtr Meanwhile Meanwhilethose Meanwhilethose Meanwhle Meanwhlethose
working workingthem workingthem workingthem
those who own speedsters ore ae
them on the Calders Caldera park track trac to keep keepthem kep kepthem keepthem
them in condition conditon Nearly Neary all al the thehorses th6horsel thehorses
horses horsel stabled there thee will w1 be sent out outtoday outtoay outtoday
today toay for or fast fat mile mie trials and it is ex expected expecte expected ¬
pected pecte the track will w1 be crowded crowd cd with withlocal withlocal
local lovers of fast horses bores watching watchingthe
the workouts workout
W v E Stone Will Wi Enter nter Him lm in State StateFair stte stteFar StatePair
Fair Far Races Rces Next Month MonthV Mont 1onthW
V VI E Stone of this city the th owner ownerof ownerot ownerof
of Hobo was wa highly elated elat over the theshowing theshowing theshowing
showing made by his horse hore at What Whatcom Wat Watcom Whatcorn
The Thehorse Thehore Thehorse
com Wash in Fridays Fridays races
horse hore had little ltle trouble In winning ev every e eery cvery ¬
ery thing In sight although he had ha to tobrpak tobreak
break the record rcord or the Whatcom Whatm track trackto trck trckto trackto
to do so By his performance Hobo Hobogets Hobogets Hobogets
gets a mark of 212 21 which places him himout himout
out of the the reach racb of any class event that thatmay thatmay thatmay
may take place here her for some time timeHowever tme tmeHowever timeHowever
However Hobo is eligible to enter in inthe inth inthe
the th freefornll pace and trot which Is Isto Isto isto
to be b the feature of the state stte fair races racesnext rces rcesnext racesnext
next month Mr Stone said yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaythat yesterdaythat
that the 600 50 purse pure offered oterd by the fair fairpeople fairpeople fairpeople
people for that race looked good to him himand himad himand
and ad that he would bring Hobo home homeIn homeIn homein
In time tmc to get In shape for the race raceGeorge rce rceGeorge raceGeorge
George Edwards Edwars of this city is f handling handlingthe handlng handlngthe
the Salt Snl Lake Lke animal and Judging judgng from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the results rluls must have been een getting gtng the thespeed thespeed thespeed
speed out of him himBIG him himBIG himBIG
Programme Pgmme of California Caioria Jockey JockeyClub Jocky JockyClub JockeyClub
Club Includes Icludes1ch Rich Stakes StakesSan Stkes StkesSan StakesSan
San Francisco FrcIsco Sept 6 6he The list lst of ofstakes otstakos ofstakes
stakes to be run at the winter and andspring andsprlnl andspring
spring meeting of the new California CaliforniaJockey CaliforniaJockey
Jockey club has ha been made public publc Sev Seventeen Seventeenstakes 5eventeen ¬
enteen enteenstakes stakes are ae on the programme programmeranging progrmme progrmmernglnl programmeranging
ranging rnglnl In date ate from Nov 15 1903 to toApril toApri toApril
April Apri 4 of next net year and all al of them
1 1TH + + +
rpHE TH HE above abve is i a photograph photogaph qt the Bingham Bngha Live Lve Oaks Oa battery batt The player playeron
1 on ° the left lef Js George Ames Aes the th pitcher pIcer and an the one on the terGht right Is IscMater IswS + f fW
W wS R l1fcMaste McMoster cMater the catcher cher Since the defeat d f of the te alders s team tem tem1ut teamlast + f flast
last ltte 5tgtc Sunday u y the th Live ve Oaks Oa Jay Ja ay claim I to tl the te aateuf anateug ateur championship cmpJ Q1 S SS h of the the5tgtc
S i
have added adde money mone Instead Intead of the guar guaranteed gar garanteed gnatanteed ¬
anteed value except ecpt the Burns Burs handi handicap bandlcap liandicap ¬
cap which whih is guaranteed guaranted to be b worth worth10O
10000 10O The total ttal amount aout of added addedmoney addedmoney addedmoney
money is 37000 37000Second 370 37000Second
Second on the list lst Is If the California CaliforniaFuturity e1ornla CaliforniaFuturity
Futurity Futuriy with JS750 7 added ade money moneywhich mone moneywhich
which will wi give It a big value vaue The TheCalifornia TheCalornia TheCalifornia
California Calornia Oitks for 3yearold fillies 11me is isto Isto isto
to be perpetuated pertuated 2000 20 being the an announced announced announced ¬
nounced added money For 2yearolda 2yearoldathere 2yeaolds 2yeaoldstbere 2yearOldSthere
there are the Gebhard handicap over overthe over overthe
the Futurity Fturty course coure with wih 51750 17 1750 added addedand addedad addedand
and ad the BelL stakes stes at five furlongs furlongsand furonls furonlsad furlongsand
and ad with wit the same amount of coin cin com coming cm cmIng COrning ¬
ing from rota the association aocaton The Call California CaU10rnla Callornia ¬
fornia Derby for 3yearolds 3ycarold will 1 be berun bern berun
run rn over the usual distance of a mile mileand mUeand mileand
and a quarter and ad will w1 have 2500 50 add added ad aded added ¬
ed money moneyThe moneyThe moneyThe
The balance of the stakes are for aU aUages al alage aflages
ages age With distance name and added addedmoney aded adedmane addedmoney
money mane value vlue they are ar as follows followsOpening toUowsOpning followsOpening
Opening Opning handicap handIcp one mile mie 1500 1500added 150 150addcd 1500added
added Thanksgiving handicap one onemile onemie onemile
mile mie and a Thankgving furlong 2000 200 added Crock Crocker ¬
er selling semn stakes seven furlongs furlong 1500 1500added 15 1500added
added aded Christmas ChrIstma handicap hlndlrap one mile mileand mUeand mileand
and a quarter 2500 2fO added addei New Years Yearshandicap Yearsbandlcap Yearchandicap
handicap one mile mie and a a furlong furlon
1750 70 added Follansbe Follansbe handicap hadicp sev seven sv sven seven ¬
en furlongs furongs 1500 5 added aded Llssak Lssak handi handicap handicap handicap ¬
cap one mile mie 51500 1500 ItO added Adam An Andrew Andrew Andrew ¬ I
drew selling eelng stakes six fix ix and a half hat fur furlongs furlongs furlongs ¬
longs 1 1000 00 added ade Palace hotel hot l handi handicap handicap handicap ¬
cap one mile mie and a furlong fUrlon fUrlonThorton 150 150Thornton 1oThornton
Thornton Thorton stake stke four our miles mie 2500 50 added addedWaterhouse adde addedWaterhouse
Waterhouse cup two and ad and a Quarter Quartermiles qurtt qurttmies quartermiles
miles mies 2500 25 added addedBLUES addedBLUE addedBLUES
BLUES BLUE WINS W 815000 815000Takes 15OO 15OOCentu 15OOOTakes
Takes Century Centu Centuiystnicss Stakes Sb at atShepsbead atShepsbeadBay Sheepshead SheepsheadBay SheepslieadBay
Bay Prom Fm a 0 a Field Feld of Six Si Starters StartersNew star starNew StarterSNew
New York Sept 6 GFrnk 6Frank Frank Farrella FarrellaBlues FarreUsBlues FarrellsBlues
Blues galloped home an easy eay winner winnerIn
In the 15000 50 Century stakes at Sheeps Sheepshead Sbeepshead Sheepshead
head Bay today toda Coupled with wih Bonnl Bonnlbert Bonnlbrt Boantbert
bert brt he was favorite favorie in the betting bttng at atsix atsix
six to five with wih Major Mjor Daingerflejd Daingerflejdnext I
next in demand demandThe demandThe demandThe
The Century stakes was at a a mile mie and anda nc I Ia
a half hal and six good god horses faced tace the thestarter thestarter thestarter
starter Blues Dces was W quickest to get Sct into intohis Intohis Intohis
his stride and raced rced out out in front with withdaylight withdlylght withdaylight
daylight dlylght between him and Major Daln Dalngerfield Dalnger11eld Dam Damgertleld
gerfield In the stretch Blues Dues was wa gal galloping Sa galloping ¬
loping In front while whie all al the others otherswere otherswere
were driving hard to keep up and lnd he hefinished hefnishe hefinished
finished fnishe first fr t in a a romp rompIn rOlP rOlPIn rompIn
fell fellFurlong fellFurlong
In the steeplechase three horses el
Furlong II I was wa killed iedand and Riders IUdersMurphy J JMurphy JMurphy
Murphy and Veitch were padi badly hurt hurtSummary hur hurtSummary
Summary SummaryFirst SummaryFirst SummaryFirst fdlY
First race handicap steeplechase steeplechasefull steeplechae steeplechaefull
full course courseRowdy courseRowdy Rowdy won Fulminate Fulminatesecond Fulminatesecond Fulminatesecond
second Calahad third Time Tlme01 Time507 507 35 35Second 3i 3LSecond
Second race hlghwelght handicap handicapsix handIcp handIcpsix
six furlongs furlongsOrdnung Ordnung won Sadducee Sadducaesecond Sadduceeseond Sadduceesecond
second seond furlongrdnung Smartset Smar1et third thir Time TIme1H TIme1HThird Time114 Time114Third 114 114Third
Third race the Fiatbiish Flatb sh stakes stak 6
000 00 for 2yearolds seven furlongs furlongsIrish furlongsIrlalt
Irish Irsh Lad L won on Aceful second Hurst Hurstbourne Hurt Hurtbourne Hurstbourne
bourne third Time Tlmel26 Tlmel26Fourth Time126 Time126Fourth 126 126Fourth
Fourth race rce Century stakes of 16 11
000 00 mile and a half hafBlues halfBlues Blues 126 J Mar Martin Martn Martin ¬
tin tn 6 to 5 I and 1 to 3 won Igniter 115 115OConnor 315OConnor 5 5OConnor
OConnor 12 I to 1 and 3 to 1 second secondMajor secondajor secondMajor
Major ajor Dalngerfleld Dalngerfeld 115 ODom 8 to B Bthird l 5third
third Time Tlme23 Time232 232 15 Bonnibert Flip Flipthrift Flp Flpthrif Flipthrift
thrift thrif and Gold Cure also als ran ranFifth r ranFifth
Fifth Ffth race rce five and a half furlongs furlongsOrloff furlongsOrloff
Orloff Orlo won Mackey Dwyer second secondClaude secondClaude econdClaude
Claude third Time Tlmel07 Tlmel07Sixth Time107 Time107Sixth 107 107Sixth
Sixth race mile mie and a sixteenth Idxtenth on onturf onturlonmell onturfCionmell
turf turlonmell turfCionmell Clonmell won Dr Riddle Ridle second secondBenhoward secnd secndBenhoward secondBenhoward
Benhoward third Time TIme148 148 25
Another Aoter Record Rcord at Whatcom Watcm WhatcomS j jWhatcom
S Whatcom Wash Wali Sept 6 62In lti an at attempt attmpt attempt ¬ I
tempt tmpt today to lower the local track trackrecord trackrecord trackrecord
record of 212 12 Democracy DemocrlC broke the thePacific thePacUlc thePacific
Pacific coast cast record for a a mile mie on a ahalfmile ahalmie ahalfmile
halfmile halmie track tack by going in 208 He Hewaa Hewas Hewas
was paced by a a runner rnner The time tme by byquarters byquarter byquarters
quarters was wa 32 323 163 lO33 135 13 208 208Results 208Resuls 208Results
Results Resuls
218 pace paceLrol paceLeroi Lerol won in straight straightheats straightheats straightheats
heats The Freak second scnd Francisco Franciscothird Fracsco Fracscothird Franciscothird
third Best time Ume21G Ume21G1UeBernrdlo time2l6MiIeBernardillo 216 216Mile
Mile 1UeBernrdlo MiIeBernardillo Bernardino won Veloz second secondTime secondTimel46 secondTIme146
Time Timel46 Timel46Fhc TIme146 TIme146Five 146 146Five
Five furlongs furlongRoebud furlongsRosebud Rosebud won ODay ODaysecond ODaysecond ODaysecond
second Almlndral third Time Time103 Time103Five Time1O3 Time1O3Five 103 103Five
Five furlongs rurloD uriongsKnocking Knocking won Ad Adnoor Adnoor Adfloor
noor second Qulbo third Time Tlme103 Tlme103Xhe Timej03 Timej03The 103 103The
The meet closed today todayDillon todayDlon todayDillon
Dillon Dlon Programme Progrme Out OatThe OutThe OutThe
The programme for the Dillon DUon Mont Montfall Monttl Montfall
fall tl meeting meetng from trm rota Sept 25 to 28 inclu inclui Inclusive inclusive i
i sive reached the city yesterday y terday and In Included 1neluded Included ¬ I
cluded a number of events event to which whichlocal whch whchlocl whichlocal
local locl horses are eligible elglble There Is I over I
4000 40 In purses hung up for the four fourdays fourdays fourdays
days races r ces The Dillon track is 1 a amile Q amile
mile mie In length and is claimed by the thepromoters thepromotrs thepromoters
promoters promotrs to be one of the fastest fastesttracks tastesttracks fastesttracks i
tracks In Montana Ample stable stble room roomwill roomwm roomwill
will be found for all al horsemen horserlen wishing wishingto wIshln wIshlnt
to t ship ship to that point and the entrl entrlare entries entriesare entriesare
are left open until unU the night nlfht before the theraces theraces theraces
races take tke place placeSpecial placeSpec placeSpecial
Special Spec Race Re Arranged ArrangedSyracuse Argd ArgdSyracuse ArrangedSyracuse
Syracuse NY N Y Sept 6 6A A special specialrace specll specllrace specialrace
race has been arranged arranSld for botween betweenLord botweenLrd botweenLord
Lord Lrd Derby and The Monk Monk to be con contested cn cntested contested ¬
tested here on Thursday for a hand handsome blJd blJdIome hapdsome ¬
Iome some cup
Golf GolfHandicap 601 601Hadcap o1f o1fKandicap
Handicap Hadcap Too Great GreatThe Ge cheatThe t
The play for or the mens handicap cup cupat cupat cupat
at the Country club yesterday yeterday resulted resultedin
in defeat for most of the A class olaeamenthe olaemen classmen
menthe men the th handicaps handicap proving too much muchfor muchfor muchfor
for them The results resuls In the first frst and andsecond nedSecond
second feond rounds of match play were a afollows as asfollows
follows followsFirst
folows folowsFirt S SFirst
First Firt Round RoundMcGurln RoundMcGurrin McGurrin Copp Chan Channlng Channln Chestning
nlng nln and Harkness won by default defaultSteiner defaultSteiner defaultSteiner
Steiner 14 1 beat Reid 41 by b 2 up upWicks upWicks upWicks
Wicks 8 beat Hale 4 by 3 up 2 to toplay toplay I Iplay
play playIn playIn playIn
In the second round Harkness Harkoessbeat 6 6beat f
beat Copp scratch 3jip in twentysev twentyseven ¬
en holes holesChannlng holes holesChanning
Channing and Steiner won by de default default default ¬
fault McGurrin and Wicks WI oks will m play playtoday playtoday llaytoay
today todayIn toay todayIn
In the putting contests contet Mr Reid Rid won wonthe wonthe on onthe
the mens prize and Mrs McGurrin 1cGurrIn the thewomens thewomen thewomeng
womens women prize prizeHilton prizeRton prizeBiltonWins
Hilton Rton BiltonWins Wins Wi Golf Championship ChampionshipLondon Cmpionhip CmpionhipLndon CbsnpIonshIpLondon
London Lndon Sept 6 6H H H I Hilton Hion who whowas whowa whowas
was wa amateur golf gol champion of 19M 1 and
1901 191 won the Irish Iish golf goI championship
today by five fve up and three to play
The championship games smes have been ben In Inprogress InprOSeS3 inprogress
progress prOSeS3 during durng the post pt week at Port PortRush PortRush PortRush
Rush County Antrim AntrimGolf Antrm AntrmG1 AntrimGolf
Golf G1 at Ogden OgdenSpecial Ogden OgdenSoecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden 1eraJd 1eraJdOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden Sept 6 6In ln the contest cntest for
the golf cup by b the ladies Jadle of the Og ¬
den Country club lub Miss lss Maud Lanphere Lanpherewon Lanphee Lanpheewon
won with wih a score of 45 for 7 holes The Thescore Tbescore Thescore
score follows folows Miss hls Lanphere Lnpher 41 Miss MissDaisy 311 311Daisy UsDaIsy
Daisy Andrews ndrews 47 Miss ls8 Marcia Mlrcl Lewis Lwis Lwisr
50 r Miss Carrie CarIe V Knapp 52 S Mils Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia ginia Houtz 52 52Caern 52Cameron 2 2Cameron
Cameron Caern Gets Gt Two To Records RecordsLondon BecordsLondon cord
London Lndon Sept 6 6At At the PItchlochry Pichlohr
Perthshire Pershlr Scotland Scotad Highland Highlad games gamestoday gamestoday
today tday A A 4 O Cameron Camern put the twenty twentypound tenty tentypound twentypound
pound weight sixty feet tet five fve inches inchesand Inohesand inchesand
and the fiftysix tyslx pound weight thirty thiry
feet record eight tr inches Ip e5 breaking the te worlds worldsrecord world worldrcor worldsrecord
4 4Outshoots J
Outshoots Fortythree Competi Competitors Compet Competitors ¬
tors at Seagirl SeagirtA
+ A
C BAGIRT EAGRT N J Sept Sep Septsuccessful lThe IT most mostsuccessful m t tsucesl
S successful rifle
sucesl tournament terxent ever everheld ftr ftrhe erhold
held he OB Of the te New Jersey Jery range rft leT terminated trmlnat leTminatod ¬
minated mlnat this afternoon tOfl0 with wih th that tbt the theof It >
at t the presidents presdents match for ff the null nulltary nlt nlttary II IItar
tary tar championship champnshlp of th the riutHi ll1 1 1States
States George Gerge B Cook Cke of th thf the > First Jirit rst
District Ditrict of Columbia regiment regm nt won wo th thtitle thtte thtitle
title tte outshooting outshootll fortythree fortytre competi competitors flIW eonp 1 1tors
tors Cooke Cke scored 8ere lie 1 13 out ot of a a 11 p psible r > u3 u3slble
sible 210 210The 210The 210The
The folio toJowlnJ following wins scored d 1M 1 or over overPrivate OYlf OYlfPrvate eVerPrivate
Private Prvate H H I Leteear L Sixth Ivnn Ivnnsylvania PnnsylvanIa nn nnsylvania
sylvania Private M W Parker
Privte Parkfr Mae Massachusetts Maeaachueetts Iu Iu8chuts ¬
sachusetts 8chuts Private S L Scott St Dtotri D insrit insritof trkt trktot t tof
of Columbia Columhl Corporal Corprl W B Short ShortSeventh Shor ShortSeventh
Seventh New Ne York Private
Prnte E EDardlng M MDardlns e eDarding
Dardlns Miller Uer Twelfth Twefh New w York YorkPrivate York YirkPrivate
Private W V G Hudson Hudsn signal sgnal corps corpsNew corpsNew
New Jersey Sergeant Serb6nt C M X Smith SmithTwelfth Smih SmihTweltb SmithTwelfth
Twelfth Tweltb New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The match wa f open opn to t all members membersof m memraof mbrs mbrsor
of the army navy marine marn corps cr naval navalreserve navl navlreene navalreserve
reserve and state militia miti or national nationalguards ntol ntolgards natloaslguards
guards gards The competitors emlUtrs were wee require requireto rtulrr requ1rijto
to shoot hot with the rifle rIle of the th model modeladopted mod modadopte modeladopted
adopted adopte and Issued 19ue by the state they theyrepresented thEy thEyrpronte theyrepresented
represented rpronte The distances distncs were 2 lot 0u
300 500 50 600 6 SCO SO and lOW 10 yards The Theflrat The11r Thefirst
first 11r t prize was wa for the mitr military chain championship eba chainpionship ¬
pionship of America Amerca for one year Yfr and andthe aMthe andthe
the championship medal meal and an J50 J50The 5 50 50The
The winners of the U Individual Individualmatches Indivdut individualmatches
matches which have hve been b in progreu progreudally vrorel progreasdaily
dally throughout the meet have not
dal mt hve yet yetbeen Yft Yftbeen yetbeen
been announced It I will wi take tke some sme time timeto timeto timeto
to figure fi ure out ot the results resultsThefoHowlns result resultsThefoltowing
ThefoHowlns Thefollwln telegram tele rm was wa e ent sent nt to tothe tothe tothe
the president prelldtnt of t the United Unie States at atthe atthe atthe
the conclusion concusion of the presidents pr ldents match matchPresident mtch mtchrresla inathPresident
President rresla nt Roosevelt RooJvel Chattanooga ChattanoogaTenn Chattnga ChattanoogaTeen
Tenn We Vet the riflemen rfiemen assembled a mble at atSeagirt atScasr atSeaglrt
Seagirt Scasr N J recognizing recglln In yourself yourselfa oU lt lta
a a kindred kndred spirit sincerely congratulate congratulateyou cnbrtulate cnbrtulateyou
you on your recent escape cp from a seri serious Irl Irlous sen senous ¬
ous accident aCldfnt and trust tut you u will wU suffer auftVrno autr autrno sufferno
no permanent peranent ill 1 effects etet from rots It that thatyour thatyour thatyour
your eye ye and an aim in the future as in inthe Inthe inthe
the past pat may assure aur you a bulls buls ey eyevery e eevery eye eyeevery
every time The presidents matcii matciishoot mt matcishoot
shoot this day was wa won by George G GeorgeEarle rre rreEare
Earle Eare Cooke Score ISO 18 out of a port portble po poble
ble 210 General Bird Drd W Spencer Spener J Cap Capj CaJ Capthin
j thin tln Robert Taylor Taylox Sergeant rgent Fred T Ti Tlder TAlder
i Alder lder Corporal W V B Short commit commHtee cmmk cmmktee committee
Ogden Marksman Markan Sets Set Priday Fdy as a Day DiyTor DayFor DayFor
For JUg Shoot ShootJ Shoot
J F Sharp received reeehc an answer from fromA fr rem remA
A A P Blgelow yesterday Y terdllY accepting acceptlnr the theformers th theformers
formers forers challenge chnlenge for a 11 match for the theBrowning th theBrowning
Browning championship cup and set setnext at atnext setnext
next Friday as a the date for the con contest e ceotest ¬
test to come off The men will sheet
at t the Ogden traps trapsIn trapsIn trapsIn
In his answer to Sharp Sha Blgelow Digel said saidthat sid sidthat saidthat
that In all probability IJrobablty there ther would be beseveral b heseveral
several eorl Ogden titries dte besides beld8 his hi own ownSharp on ownSharp
Sharp Shar said aid yesterday yoteray that at least J JN JN SN
N Sharp and Undo Unce John Sharp Shap would wouldenter wocldenter wooldenter
enter from noon Salt Sal Lake Lak and that he h would wouldendeavor wOdendeavor wouldendeavor
endeavor endeavor to t get several svel others other In order orderto ordert orderto
to t make the contest more interesting interestingSome Intretnr IntretnrSome intereatingSome
Some of the local shooters shooter would lik likto Ukt like liketo
to t get up a team tea match between btwen Salt SaltLake Slt SltLke SaltLake
Lake Lke and Ogden O den to to come cme off at the thecame theame thesame
came time These two towns have al always always siways ¬
ways been bon strong stron rivals rvals In the shoot shootIng shootIng shootlog
Ing line lne and it has been nip and tuck tuckfor tudetor tuekfor
for supremacy supremacySharp fupremacy fupremacySharp S SSharp
Sharp Informed Infored Bleelow BIeOv fligeIoJir In hi his thaI challenge thaIlenge bal ¬ 1
lenge that he was WD going gofng to Ogden with withblood withblood c cblo
blood blo In his eye and this thi gentleman gentlemanpolitely gentlmn gentlemanpolitely
politely politly Informed the Salt Laker Ler that thathe tht thathe
he would return rtur with dust dut where the theblood tI theblood JI
blood blo d had been beenPARKER ben beenPARKER j i
Defeats Defeats Swem in i Their Blue BIU Reels Reelsi Rk Boekffstch i iMth
Hatch Mth Yesterday YesterdayParker Yeterday YeterdayParker YesterdayParker
Parker was not nt satisfied l sfie with 1th th thoutcome the theoutcome i ioutcome
outcome of his match with wth Swem at atthe atthe atthe
the local traps Thursday Thur a afternoon afternoonand aerMonand afternoonand
and as a a result re8lt challenged chalenge him for a areturn a areturn
return shoot Ihoot yesterday esteray The two men menmet menmet menmet
met and again agin had it out ot This time tlmParker tme timeParker
Parker used his twelvegauge twelv guge gun and antfdid a4 a4dId anddid t
did a little lte better beter work workThe workThe S SThe
The final outcome was Parker Parke S SSwem 35 35Swem 37Swem
Swem 33 3i out of a possible fifty fty J F FSharp FSharp l lSharp
Sharp was on hand han and did a a little littlapractice I littlepractice te F t tprte
practice prte work for his match mth with 1h BlKf BlKflow fllglow
low 10 at Ogden next week wek He shot hot at 1 i
100 blue rocks ro kl and broke boke nintyMS nintyMSwhich nIn nintyiwhich
which Is good goo work an and and If duplicated duplicatednext duplat duplicatednext d dnext
next Friday Friay ought to win the the ful fulAm < uf ufAmong UiAmeeg
Among Am g the others oths who w took tok a try at atthe atthe i ithe
the traps trap were Uncl Uncle John Sharp Shi P v ho hoscored hoscored
scored sore fortythree tortythr Jones Joe fortyfhr fortyfhrand f fertythrand tythr
and Dart forty out ot of a possible pible fifty fiftyHunting fiY fiftyEunting
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Hunting Huntg Party Pay Leaves LeavesA aTes aTesA
A party prty consisting c UPI of M W Walker WalkerJ Wa WakeJ klr klrP
J P Gardner Garner J H Walker VallT rrir tHif tHifRead I IRead r rRead
Read I M Barrett Bart and Arthur Athur rr ri > t twill Iwill t twi
will wi leave leve this thll morning for a t tll ten n 1ay 1ayhuntng 1yhunting ys yshunting
Tr TrBO T 1 P Pgo t
hunting huntng and fishing fshing trip trp in Idaho
BO 10 to t the h b head d of the th north norh fi fithe tI f r f fthe I
the Snake river where wlter they the have hat a 1 f 11 th thand > d dand i
and game preserve preerve of their own uM uMsupplied v 1 Isupplied
supplied Juppled with wth all al kinds kin of game ame nd ndplenty rd rdlenty d dplenty I
plenty of fish fishStylish fishStylish J
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Stylish Stlih Headwear Headweorfor Headwea
for fall are Miller Warburton or orney r n nna Tlany > > = 1
any na derbies derbl6 Mier the beat b b Varlrtn et productions pucton or orthe ofthe t tthe
the best makers mlu r Sole Sle agents agentsBROWN agent agentsBROWN
IK ll 1 Main atrettKelly atrett stretKelly I Ixc
Kelly xc to Back Corbett CorbettHeneat CorbettHonest S I IInet
Honest Inet John Kellv Kelv who wh 1 Is oreo1 oreo1with I I1Uh
with 1Uh having w won n J7MH9 1 by cmii cmiibacking ci cibackinz JTi W < I IbeknJ
backing Terrible Terry McOoverr < S 1 i iwhe S Swho i ie
beknJ who e wa was Terrbe looked loke uoon Coon TerO as th the t F r rJI < A k5 k5wonders a awanders
wanders aUunehect 10f amtr admirer 4mlr r hs hsiMMjnoed h M Mneenced I I1no
iMMjnoed w9ora that while b Mta nerM aenO1 aenO1for nnt t i lik likfor I Itor
tht hl 11
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nevertheless be comoelted eonmUe to t 1 > m magainst rnazalnat t tIlatst
nevrrtheeH against Ilatst him b as he WM w we conCM conCMYdunc eonftlfrt conflIerst conflIerstYoung t f
Young Y Corbett Corbt woold vk h repeat reJt hi iI hia virt virtover t tover
over McGovern icove again asainInteresting
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Interesting Intrstng Display Displayof Dislay I
of new patterns pterns In colored clore shirts shit Thy Thyare Theyare hpy > S 1
are cut to nt ntBROWN fitBROWN
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Special to The he Herald HeraldRock Hprld HprldRock IheraldRock
Spl p prlng
Rock Springs Sprngs Wyo Sept Spt Saptring 6R Rfr Rfrring f
ring to the th Omaha special spdal from Kern Kemmerer Kfr Kfrmerer Kernmeret
merer published this thl morning reprt reprtIng 5eprtlog
Ing that tht the murderer Keefer Keeferbeen Keer rportd 1 had hadbeen
been lynched lynche at Lander Lnder yesterday eterday At Attorney Attorney t ¬ I Itorney
torney Preston Prestn tonight received reelv a mes message m mC mCsage ¬ i iMse
sage from the Fremont county enty sheriff sheriffdenying herl OenIdenying i idenyIng
denying the report r port in toto tto Keefer Keer KeerJtU a aAtill tsstill
still JtU In 3all al and ad welL we i
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