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1 THE SALT LAKE HERAJLD IlliltA i1EILSLD D MONDAY IOND SY SEPTEMBER SEPl EIBER 21 1903 19O 1
JAMESY WIGGS WIGGSHAS WIGGSHAS
HAS A ASORE SORE ARMIn ARM ARMInConsequence
InConsequence In the thEldtsL Elders EltJ tsl Lise LiseGame se seGame
Game No 4 4FLANNERYS 4f 4F1ANNEl
f +
FLANNERYS F1ANNEl VS FAST FIELDING FIELDINGPLAYING FIELDINGSEA
SEA IiB PLAYING OHAMPION OHAMPIONSHEPBAIX OXAXPI N NS
SHEPBAIX SHEPBAIXSpecial S tIP 1IALL 1IALLt 1IALLpeeIa1 LLL
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Special l to The Herald Heraldisattlr rISept
isattlr Sept 20 Bait 1t Lake bunched bunchedhits lnIDdMdb
b hits Ita sn n Maupia Mats in the second toning q and andHcefed andcered andpcred
Hcefed two earned runs across e the plate plateAfter plateArter plateAfter
After that they could not connect when whenhits whenhltll
hits meanfc meanlt1tM TM0 and the Seattle men menplayed menplayed
played championship ball in the field fieldWith fieldWith
fieldI
With one out in the second Hewlett and andWeed andWeecl andWeed I
Weed hit dean n singles an and Flaanery Flaanerylanded P1aftMrYlanded Flaieenlinded
landed for a long threebagger The Thefielding ntefteldln I
fielding fteldln of Flaanery was w again a feature teatvreIR
SriggM IR pitched for six Ix inning Jaa luntu during duringwhich durinwhuh <
which the home team made nme nIftehlw Ie hits dt and andsix andx andx
six x run runs Jimmy said he had a sore arm armand armnnd ar I
and Engle finished the game The locals I II
foil fE on n the new n pitcher tor three singles n lfIII lfIIIan I
and an n t double the first inning In lnntn he pitched pitcbedg
drivigr g In n two earned runs Tredway Tredwayrobtfl TredwaL
L robtfl d Weaver eaye of a splendid line drive drivemaking u
b making lt a remarkable catch taking r
Ihe ball while on the = full run rb1 rhn and smash lI t
Ig late the fence Cebefore before he could atop
The Seattle UlfI men were w re fast ut on the bases basesand etl
and ndtook took advantage of every opportunity o opportunbtI
to wore Oce The day was dark and the thewere the80ft th I
jrsiaia were soft as It rained aU room ¬
Jug r and part of the afternoon Score ScoreSeattle IcoreSeattle
Seattle SeattleDreeaan SeattleABa SeattleAB
AB ABa B H H PO PO A Bl Bla E1DteDaan
j Dreeaan DTeIUteflef c Co f t i iMrlciols I a o 0 0JIIIdQeholll I
Mrlciols SO 4 4Hurley I 7 7Hurl I LI
Hurl Hurler Y a > s 4 4Freeman 1 1 S a 0 0Jlrtema II I
Freeman lb 4 4KucfceafteM 1 1 1 I 1 1Rocke I
ft KucfceafteM Rocke 1tcheafeIdb 4 tit 4 4Tredwfry 2 1 1 I Ir I I
Tredwfry r f r S SBtrtcMett 1 a 1 1Weaver II I
BtrtcMett 1 tI h 1 f ft I
4 5 1 1 I U
t b4 1 1JteIIIk 0 1 3 0 I
JteIIIk Ss t 1 Jr15 3 3Salt 1 15Ir1t
Salt I Lake > ak akAB
1 Lakea
AB B a H PO PoA A B 5
Do tIt 4 4 1 1 2 2 2S U Uw9IIr4
Weaver w9IIr4 L 4 S I f I o oi 0Da
DavtaTlaV Da i 4 4Hauler a 1 i J 1 1HaausvrL S i iWeed 1H
Hauler H HaausvrL r f t tHoww 4 4Hewlett 0 0 0 S
Hewlett s a aWeed > 1 1 1 I f fL
Weed 2b l 1 1Flaiuwrv 1 1 1Flaiuwrv a
Flaiuwrv Ylaiiivef c v L t 1 i ti 5 J i I IAnderson 1 1A JAnderIoitc
Anderson A t S 1 t tTP S STderlf 0 0ToIIer
TP ToIIer Tderlf er J I t f A AWMM 1 i
WMM W wup P 1 S ft 013 013Enule 1 1Totsta a aEaIde
EaIde il I I 1 10 t t tTota
Totsta Tota M MScore 4 J T It U 11Scorebvlnflfsaal I I8care
Score Scorebvlnflfsaal bv hmfmcs 12145 1 t 4 Ii I 7 7Seattle I IeattJe SO
Seattle 0 t sl 1 1 12 12Salt 1 2 a 4 a
Salt ialtLake It Lake S i to 0 Z ZhMllAlNY 2 2Summary
Summary Earned runs SeatUe 4 Salt SaltLake SaltLake sl It t
Lake 2 twobase two hHs Hurley Strlcklett StrlcklettDotUkMue
StrickletiI
DotUkMue Anderson threebase thi eebaae hit hit Flan Flannenr Flanoatble PlanI I 1
nenr double play Iay Hewlett to Davis DavisHtmek DavisRtrtaek I
atTack oat Xauoin aunIn X 2 Wig W1IAJM WI 2 base DavIsI on onballa onWIiII o I
balla off Wiaws W 2 passed ball Anderson AndersonKto4en 1DcIeIllOBllltoMR
An4leronL
Kto4en bases Drennn McNtohels Tred Tredviflay Tredlantn L
wet innlnm pitched by byWl Wiggs TredI t I by b I
Bn e 2 runs 111I made ma off Wisp 4 hits t I 1
Time 1JO l Umpire ke Hutchineon HutchineonSpokane HutchlnlOnlIpokane
Spokane Wash b Sept 20 mipoJane Spokane took tookt too tooI it
I doubleheader from the leaders this thisafternoon thi
afternoon In masterly ma fashion In thie the th e
first game they theypouqded pounded Bandelin un unmercifully unDMrelfully I ¬
mercifully In the first rat inning Three two twobasgers twoand u Iu
basgers and a triple netted the runs runsDammann ru tweI I
Dammann kept his It hits well scattered scatteredat rumI I
UftlJMniCRWaD UMh e colsn called tAe t4e c eccodid me a
at the ena ftf the fifth inning Innln as gemt pet pefBggeement pett pe t
pea
Bggeement t with the matutgnm of the theteana tb a
teana t Spokane had no difficulty tbN is I t N
flndh flndtnK < Dowling Down Hogg wa wee very effec effective cC fee feelive < ¬
live and ai4Jlowed allowed but three hits hU The field ¬
lug h of Wllmot in ii left was the feature of ofihe o oI
ihe 1 he second MCO game Attendance 3218 3218JItt I
Scores ScoresFirst Scoveitrt
First trt game R H E
Spokane 9 9 9IT 3
Bu IT 1 7 1 3I
BaUert ttei1eDammaea Daremaiin t and lansea Ban an I
delhi nut Henry Hearyieoed K7
SeeoMd game sme R H B I I
Spsfmne I PeI1lSI s I 0
BbUe t 3 2 2and
U1iI tte ue Lieg and Hunuon Bowling Dowlin g
tea Henry Umpire UdlplrColpn UdlplrColpnSTANDING UmpireColgenSTANDING Colgan ColganSTAHBING
STANDING OF THE TEAMS TEAMSpR TEAKSPae TBAMSPaa
Pae pR Paa Ific c National N Loague LeagueWon LoagueWon LoagueWon
Won I iL st t r r I c C
Btttte i1 I M OS 5 5M
guslyis 4 w ht dt dtJ SK SK9ea
J t 9ea ScstUs Je 71 S m
Salt Salt1k Lake 1A a 2f 41 41National M MNationdDearus J JNational
National NationdDearus Itearus ItearusPUtsftmy Ieagiewuls
NationdDearusT wuls L Lo t P C CNew
PUtsftmy IItei T 1 oM 0
New N NewYeek Teck ft tt ttChicago 1 00
II
Chicago c I 5
ClnefaiMU ClnefaiMUBrooklyn o 11 iII iIItI 41
Brooklyn BrooklynBostea tI 04
Bostea M MPhttadelptala 11 I IAma 411 411If
Phttadelptala 44 I1 147
St LotHs 7 3U 3UAmenoan 1
American Ama oen lasiffe lasiffeBoston Lsgue Lsguei LsfguevVea
vVea Lest P C CNew C
Boston BostonPhl V 4 171 5 2 24u
Phl PbIc PbINew PbllS5kIUI i I s 4u
c clev w 0 00
New Newat New8t NeYek 00
at Louis LcMdIIttoIt Lou e R 4 54
D Detroit troh M MrhfeaiM 4 00 >
rhfeaiM L C J Tl 48 4 00 00La
LW Waihfcpto W waabsatosi iL 4LPaciflo H m mPaoUio La 8 8Paoifio
Paoifio Oeast League LeagueW LeagueWass
W Wass n Lost P C CXM I IoeAe
rAMI XM oeAe I SlSB if IC m 1 U
L Ban 3sn7rnad Fraatteeo FraatteeoITATIONAL 11 111a u 41 41I
k iacoSe 1a 14 Ut 5 I J
o oo ta 0 11 4 4suI
suI 1 m 4 4aklnd J
aklnd 11 IG IGNATIONAL 1 1 00 00NATIONAL
NATIONAL LXAGTJK LXAGTJKChicago LlIAGUBCIda LXAGUXClceo
Chicago SepL Sell 2k ILNew New Yorks York play to tof h a
Sap entelaiiSBa f 11 that of the locals m In every evei 7 f
leanrtMent t of the game McOinnlty was wasnvmdMe wa Is j
nvmdMe n excepting rXcepd in one Inning when wheni wh n
WI i U of the hits were made off Kim and ax 4
Mttce icoced Chicagos only runs ra Score ScoreR coreR
R H 11 11t h i
hl afp t 2ewTork I 4
NewTork Hew 1wk C 11 3
Batteries BUSrIeTaYIOC Taylor and kutug Kllng JUt MeOlnnity Jutcounnht Ly y
und 1 Warner WarnerTwo WarnerTwo WarearTwo
Two base hits Jalwa hita8la1e fllagle Jones Lander Lud r 2 I
MeOaaN Xartes Babb Bresnaban BN naban n i
Struck o CNtBF t By Taylor C by MoGinnity 1
Basis an balls ball Otr Off Taylor 2 off McGin McGinnlty McGinnity rt rtnityt i
nlty nityt nitytT7inph 1 1Umpire Ir
Umpire r lPlreElulIe lPlreElulIeCfDchanAtf eEnialie eEnialieCincinnati Smslie SmslieMncmnatl
Cincinnati Sept 30 OThe The Cincinnati Cincinnatigain Cincinnatin LIS LISeaIn s
gain n broke ok Jke even V with the Philadelphia Philadelphiatofoy Pblladelphiaa10UY as asto4y s
tofoy Cincinnati played a loose game in inle n
boat contests conte ts Corcoran C rcoran being beln responsible responsiblefor re reaponaitfor pon lble lblefor le e
for most t of the runs of the visitors In the ti lie liehe e
first flu et game It rcwu Was agreed between tietw n the theteams thetfams ti titeame he e I
teams that the second d game should be becalled beciIbtl I
called C811 > d in the seventh inning Attendance e
urn scores scoresFirst So ora a aFfrttt InnlftlrAttendancej
First game ame e R H E I
Cincinnati IJl < lnnltJ 4 5
Philadelphia Ph lI delphia 8 12 1 1
Batteries ttcrlflHan Hahn and Fob Mitchell and ai id d
Doooi DoooiKrnd D Dubhah 001 001EaJnM
Krnd hah nd runs rune rune4hnctnnstt Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia hliadehph Lie
3 t Twobase hltsGleeon hltsGl D Hallnan HaIls n
BMMP 1Jtt on ball IB By Hahn 2 by Mitchell MltCIa 3 3 I
Struck otitBy Hahn 1 by Mitchell 11t < helf L 2
empire mplrOny O Day and Hurst
Second S oond nd game aflle R H E I
rinohmatl I JIh tatl 10 ft 4 4HHtterfes
Ph PhhIa4elthle II aJ hla 7 I SH
HHtterfes RHtterfeeBwitqf H t tPlfrEW1 Bwiiig ug and a ml Pelts Fraser and eu id id
i tlth tlthKarnedTUtwMhJcinnatl toO hBrrfd h I
KarnedTUtwMhJcinnatl Brrfd Ilftclnnatl 7 Hhila Phllaf1flpht > lelph4 4 11 i IJ
I J Home run ruoCororaA Omaran Bus Ha on hullH hullHoff ht uN IK
off I Iff Ewln Ewing 1 off rf Fraser raacr Struck out
B fly t Ewing 1 wi nil 2 by b Fraser 2 2Impire 2TmplrHur 2impirelurut I
Impire TmplrHur Hurt < t and ODay ODayPt
Pt t Louis Sept 20 2OSt St Loui < lost f i > ith < iiigimeM h i ime
8 gimeM < me mfM of a doubhheadcr dOllhlhf > adtr here today l to toe toeBueton i iiiaton iBoton
Boton iiaton Mike ONeill O Neill the t 11t Cardinal twirl twli twlier j
er wee all hit bard throughout throu hout and was waspoorly wui w wa
i poorly orl orly eupportd in the th field Moran a
Texas youth flayed to pitch th second secondgame accol KC011dnme n ngnm d
game nme and he nave guv tVf as raw an exhibition exhibitionas xhlbtth n na
a as was ever ctiaritcd up to o a ma maior lor leairu leairurrcruit Ipa leacrecruit luf lufJIIcrult > >
recruit riving ten It n frr fr pnwes pf < iillel to t first firstbnsr fl Ii st t
bnsr Attendam > > m 1 5 The Therirst < i on onFlrgt > rf rfFirst
First game ame R H Hf HSt K
St f Louis 3 11 1 1T 1tnn
T 1 Ittnn < > Pt tnn n 7 10 0 0raMerles It 0i1atterisM < j
raMerles i1atterisM t r M orE1II ONeill E1II and J ONeill II I j I I11rlid i iirnry
I irnry and d Moran MoranKnriift Moranruntt or f
Knriift runn runllSt St Loqis 2 Boston n i 4
Twobase Two T hits hIIIDexter Dexter Greminger J
ONeill O NeIll Threebase hits hltllCoo1ey Cooley Dun
leO Ian le vy Bams on balls ballsotf Off Carney 1 off
ONeill O leO Neill 2 Struck out outBy By Carney 2 by
ONeill O NelIl 2 2tmplresJohn8tone 2mphresJohnstone
Umpires tmplresJohn8tone Johnstons and Moran
Second game R H E Et Eu
t tIouia Louis u X 11 1 1Battert 4 4oston
Boston B oston 8 9 1
Batteries BtterkiC C Moran and Coveney Covene Ma May
Jafaky 1 uey y and P Moran MoranEarned 1IaD
jBarned Earned runs runa8t St Louis 2 Boston 2 2
Threebase hits hl hItamoet Snoot lIIoot and Cooley
Bases B aee on ballsOff bal1 Off Moran M 1 off Malar MalarJtey Malarey
key It ItM ey L 1 Struck out outBy By Malarkey a 5 by byoranS
Moran M oranS oranSUapijeMoranndJohnatone 5 5Umpires 5 5UrwXoran
Umpires UrwXoran UapijeMoranndJohnatone Meran and Johnatone JohnatonePAOIEIC JohnatoJaePAOmIO
PAOIEIC COAST LEAGUE LEAGUESan
San Francisco Sept 20 2OSctcramento 2OSctcramentottIt Sacramento Sacramentotpk
tpk ti tiat k both game < i easily today toda Phil Knell Knellaud Knellt
aud at d his hi slow w kinks were a mystery in the
t inw lrt ron ronw =
afternoon a Whalen was off color eoor and
was w a hit like a punching < bag and an was re re II
sp P ble for most of the Senators runs runsest
Ta 1he T he beet est the locals could do was to get getman
a TC man on third In the first Irst inning Innl Coon Cooney Cooney
I ey C l was In the points for San Francisco Franciscohi
In the norning i0ortin He was very ery wild Sac Sacramentos Saerento ¬
ramentos r fielding was bad but San Sancould
rJ Francisco J Panocould could not get hits when need needed needMorning ¬
ed Score ScoreMorning
IeoreKomttttf
Morning game R H ti
Sacramento S 7 4 4 4San
San S en Francisco Francl co 5 13 S IJlattuleeXMfe
Batteries JlattuleeXMfe Keefe and Graham CoonejT Coone
and a nd Zearfoss ZearfoAfternoon
Afternoon game R H B
Sacramento acramentn < S 1
San S an Francisco FranciscoBatterheaKneU 9 9 1 1Batteries 1Batterle
Batteries BatterheaKneU Knell and Graham Whal Whala Whalenjid Whalen Whalenand
and a jid Leahy LeahyPortland leah leahPortland LeahyPortland
Portland Ore st i1 Sept 20Seal BanT anf Morris Mor MorPortland 1orrls
j Portland P Indian pitcher dlsa dlsathe dJuppo d1aappoInted lte4 lte4tlaf
I the t tS he SoOO 0 people who went ent to see a 1 1Seattles IiIJR hold tokIIkatth
Seattles S eattle heavy hfaV batters batte dwn today Ja a7
Hughes was hit hI rurd also 0 but notrwitu notrwituso not with withIIO wit
so 0 good effe ffe < Portland fielding was wasvery waven
very v vc ery loose Wadeau adeau and Blsey E1se making makingcostly makingotly
costly c t1y errors Lumley knocked out a ahome ahome aome
home h ome run ru making iu the third d Seattle has hasmad huI hasdths
I = mad dui d dths 1l l j > e = fterh series s The TheI
80 e
IiB > R R H B E EPorUand
Portland P h tx r 8 12 z a aSeattle JSeattle
I Seattle S ttle O T 10 10 I 2rjSnd IHughee
1tattert rjSnd ASJ i1IIG OK Hughes
t and Byera > T7Mplt4 vy vyLee
1 Lee J AnJNOe Sept t2SToya TYs To dys game pmecl
was g close cl cbo and eiccttmg and would ouId nave DanI
I been b eehi a sttntMttr ta ttr t rtb the Oakland but for
I Corbetts C orbett a wild pitch a base on balls and anderror
an a ll error by Smith Corbett was a little
I I wBd w ild at t times but was invincible allow UowInc
I Inc l ag but two hits Attendance 56M 56MScore 5 5Score
Score ScoreR
R H E ELee
5L
Los L ea An Angeles IetJ 2 I J 1 1Oakland I L
Oakland 1 2 2 ZSatterlellCorbett
BatteriesCorbett and Hurlburt Mos Koekl Mo
kiman kl k taft and Lohman LohmanAFTER
AFTER A GAMES IN ZION ZIONAH
AH A U Star Western League l Team TeamOrganized learnOrganized am amOrganized
Organized and Asks For a aChance ihance ahance
hance to Play Here HereAn
An allstar Western We tern league team has hasbeen 1uuIoraranlJlEd ha haorganised I
been organised from among the be be t play pla plaen
ers e ra Of the Milwaukee Kansas aII City Peo Peoria
rla t Denver and Colorado Springs teams teamsto teamuo
to t o tour the west under unct r the management manacementof
of o f E D Webeter captain of the Kansas KansasCity aa aaCtf7
City ten The team it is claimed claJm is iswas Isthe ii iihe
the t he atroulrMlt aggregation ot playetlll that thatgs t
was gs ever brought together to < ether in the west westH westH
H G Ferguson Fergu on who Is arranging arrann a aschedule asChedule L
schedule a for the team has written The TheHerald TheHtmald ThuHerald I
Herald asking if It is not possible > 0881 to tomake tomke tu
make arrangements with the thtSa1t fialt alt Lake LabPacific i iPaelttc
Pacific Ntt National nal league team for for a illIerIes series seriesof I I Iof
of f games pm to be played pl here beginning < I
Oct 1 and lasting Ung until Oct Oet1L ortL The Theteam Thetea1l1 Thum
team m asks for a suitable guarantee aee ofex ofexpenses orexP8dM8 of cx ¬
penses PS and a percentage ar C thVgate UHf th gate r rcetptn rllt rlltcelpt
cetptn C eltu The matter will be taken up with withMiuiager willManager rei i I
Miuiager McCloskey as soon as the latterreturns latter latterreturns ttei r
returns to the cIty cltyJIoWielr However the thechances thu 9
chances cb C cell are that such IIU arrangeiHehts iran I can cannortte caDnoth
nortte n wade as utheaICLake the flatCLake tean t teaniwhI > win wlnnot winnot I
not n ot close Io e its aeries sane with Butte until Oct OctoI
4 and It would hardly be b safe fe td sched schedule achedle ¬ I Iule I
ule u le game after that date on account of ofec 0 f i
WetheL ec conditions
Boneyard E noyard Twirlers T r18r Dis Disband Bd BdThe j jThe I
The aggregation of baseball ba youngsters youngsterswho younget a 1
who travel under the name of the Bone Boneyard
yard y ard Twirlers played their last game of ofthe oCthe o
the t he season n yesterday ye terday and defeated the theSunbeams th tha oa a
Sunbeams by a score of 9L t to S 5 The TheBoneyards Theyar4a Tb Tbt a
Boneyards yar4a claim they are the lightweight JlKhtwellrhtnumploDII Ightweighhampions t
champions c oC o the state having played playedtwentytwo playedtwentytwo 2
twentytwo t games this thl season on and lee tostenly Ioet8Dtwo I
only 8Dtwo two Their captain says his men menwill menno nieu
will IIz now no turn their attention to football footballplaying footballp
p playing g and are now ready to take footbalS care careof oareot car carof S
of any team of their nine in the city cityCLEANED clt cltCLEANED
CLEANED UP ENGLAND ENGLANDArthur
Arthur Duffey Americas Fastest FastestRunner t
Runner Returns Home Laden LadenWith LadenWith LadenWith
With Trophies TrophiesNew
New York Sept Arthur Ar W Duffey Duere Duerelat
that marvelous American sprinter wlw wlwha wlWthe wh whI C
ha has the distinction d of being th the only man manm manIn ins I
m the world who has run 1t8 yard In InI t a
tC
I 15 B seconds sailed for fo home on the theWhite theWbite th C
White Star liner Cymric mrlc last last Friday FridayDuffer FrIdayDuffey
Duffer has been broad a little over overthree ove V
three months and during durln < that time ovee he h e
has succeeded eueeee ed in capturing a trunkful huf of oftroohles ofUODhiea c cIJODhb uf
troohles In fact he has been more sue suceemfnl uc
eemfnl fal on this trip to England than suen on onanv onof o n
anv 5 of his previous trips and he has yf yfJted i iitod oI I
lId th the home of King Kdward dire ihrc5times
times He e won the Bngltsh championship champlonshith
with i th comparative ease in ten seconds and an
lowered the recent at several champion championship chalftptou1ttD anI I ¬
ship meetings meetingsHe meeU meeUHe
He captured the championship of Scot L
tend In 9 45 seconds clipping the record recordtl racer 1
tl lauren rurc for or the country by 25 of a aond ser serond so
ond Then he traveled to Ireland and at a t
die ehamplonshlD dla t lOUhlp meeting of the Bmerald d
Isle held at Belfast put the Irish record recordto racer racero d dd
to o W secooos The best previous record recor ii
Wii 10 18 seconds His HI third record recordpreaklng I
breaking performance was at the Webs WetabChanftWonahlD b
ChanftWonahlD meeting held at Ponty Pontyoridd Pont P
add idLL where 1I he e put tb the record for his fa fafnrlt fi fiYenta L
Yenta distance to 0 46 4 seconds This Thl time timewu tini
was 35 of a second faster than the former forlllerrtlfl form tinitr tr
figures ftgureeuDuftev rtlfl rtlflDuffey
Duffev says in a letter to a personal personalfriends ereoultncJh pereom 11 11it
friends tncJh In this city cI that t he could co have put pt it
hoV hoVlMiCond
the tIb record for the British t b bco tales to t 3 S6 5
seconds but for poor weather coddl corfdlOocs corfdiffotC 0r8 3u u
lust when he was on edge to do the trick tricktlp C
He will arrive in America in the same samefin samefllI san sanfbi uc
fin condition l that he was In when he re reoarted re reDarted ru t
Darted for the British isles and will prob probablv I tI
proiw
ablv take part In the games of the New NewTork Ne w
Tork Athletic club to be held at Travers s
Island on Sept 38 At these the e games he bewill Ii Iiwill IQ
will orobably make one more attempt attemptseconds attemptto at tem temto
to reduce the slxtyyard record of 4 2i 2ille 2 2seconds
seconds lle ondf somethinx he has be IKtn n ambi i
tious to no for several years ea
This may be his last appearance on the theflnder Ui IC ICcinder
cinder path for he h has ha planned to t go Into tnt 0
business and get et married during the con I
tO winter wintere winterWith
With th the retirement of Duffey America Americabeen a awill
will iII lose her greatest sprinter There have haveen ha a
been en many man remarkable 100yard men be be hi I ¬
fore Duffeys time but none have ave ever evt evtremained
remained at the th top so long on and been be beencunnttent n so i
consistent consl tent in thtlr performances There Thei e
In no flu doubt amori among athetr that l Duff DuffOn > uff y C COfl I
on the day that he jut uUt the worlds rec record rec record reucr4 ¬
ord to 9 35 seconds could have given give It
Ix Lon I on > n Mvers M vera John Owen of Barney Wefen Wefentwo WfftIMt ni nitwu
two t vardx start had they been present preecu it
fn their very ver rorm rormDitffVy rormItffr orm ormDuff
DitffVy Duff Itffr is undoubtedly l1rdoubtf dI > the most mO t highly highlyFi highi ly lyiutialtzed
Fi 1 iutialtzed > t iallzed athlete in the annals of the thetrmk thetrak 0 iC iCruk
trmk and field sj sport ort Hr rar rarI raroly ly ran any anyothPT an Iv IvIn
other distance than 100 l4 i4rd ifrdP and in InaCL
fiivt aCL this 1 th the only onl dlctanco 1I1tan at which he hfill I le >
10 supreme Time Tim and time again he has hastried buhl bu butrieul IL L
tried hl d to lower the record of sixty sid anJ aDJM an anevefltYflV0
seventyfive M ntyftve yards hut the best he could couldqoH cou
do qoH qoHa 40 was a to equal Jalt Jaltx existing x fixtures fixturesHe fixturesHe t
He ran run 120 yard yfl45 > In record time timebut tlmtut I Ibut
but never attempted aU > mpted to carry am wonder wondernil wondtrII
nil II IIU siied t ed t for a furlong He is I the only onlyhamnton onl onlhaTInlIJ on onuhamnitui r
hamnton sprinter > r that w WI have ever ver er had hadhI lix ll llwh
who wh hI > ciuhl uill not run 220 vunls in iven vn time timeYOUlfO tim ImtYOUXG e eYOUNG
YOUNG OXBBETT MATCHED AlCEIEJChampion MATCHEDChampion
Champion Will WUITakeon Take on Callahan In InPhiladelphia InPhiladelphia I a aPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Philadelphiat
Now Turk St SelL > t > t 20 2OYolJn 10Young Yotinjf CorltU < < > rb tt
the wirldii rld feath fpat feathrwt4ght rwfight champion HTK and tt ud
Tim c CUaban lt ijan vt PnJtkdelyhta feather feathrwelKht eathc eathcweight
weight were matched matce yesterday after ofteto
noon to meet t In a sixround contest t in
the Quaker City during the first week in n
October CktoberoUt1t1b
October1ob
Ut1t1b 101 1ob was wa settled upon to handle the tbef ti ie
f <
match m atch bids being left open op n until Sept Septe K KThe 2The
The Th e referee will be decided upon When Whenthe OWheAthe Whielle
tl the th e club bid Is ttccepteo ttccepteoThey kt pte L LTbfoy
They will meet at 128 pounds to weigh weighin b
i in at 3 oclock the afternoon of the t tJie e con contest eonkat conaf ¬
t test te af Forfeits for the match a aposted am t8 1M 1MPMtId hoeteul
posted po eteul upon signing of articles articlesCertett artlclellCerbett articlesCorbett
Certett went into training this thl after afternoon afternoen afterse ¬
no noon se on the outskirts of New York for forthis forthJa foris
t this th thSu is match and his meeting < with Dave Davelliian
i Sullivan Su lliian which takes place in Boston BostonOct Bostnnt ft
t Oct t 14 Callahan will train trai for the con contest cont ¬
t test te llt near Philadelphia PhiladelpltiftNoted Phl1a4elplalaNoted PhiladelphiaNoted
Noted Players Pick BOStOn to Win WinKeeter WiDXeeteco WInKeaton
Keeter Tannehill Tn aid 4 KittrtAge Klt fancy
Boston Bo Bosa ston for the PHtaburg melee Keeler Keelersaid
f said sa id th the Pittcburgs Pittzbur are no aoied d for bunt
lade Inc la g and running but with such a won wonrful
derful de rful infield as the Boetons have and ande
the th < e great and accurate throwing of Cri Criger Cr1r < rI rIer
I ger ge er r who would catch all the games gameswould IrA
J would w ould set the Pittsburgh on their ears e earse
1 He H e declared that in pitchers and catch catchers cateheor catcha ¬
ers er a the th Pirates would be outclassed and andwhile aDCiwhile
while w hile Pittsbnrg baa several fine batters battersyet
yet ye t these men JRe have v not faced as many manygreat manygreat manyeat
great gr eat pitchers In the National as they theyouW the theould theyould
is ould have were they In the American Americanague
I league le ague
leagueBueJMll
Baaeball Jfatality htal1ty htal1tySt 7atalitvSt
St Paul Sept 2ila In a game K1 me of base
t hall ha il her between weca a the Winnipeg team balleII balleIIhan and
t the th e Altoona Cia la 1 team t of colored players
t the th e second IICC nd baseman w W Kelly of ofwas ofe
t the th e Wlnnl faWas > was bit in the bead by n nvniirro
pltclMd pi vniirro tched ball h1Iiarid and probably fatally Injured
Kellv K n5L elly te a brother OIObabll of Manager K CeUy 1nUred e 1 1the uf
the th e St Paul u American n a association rtlO rtlOFitUed tfon team teamFailed
Failed to Appear AppearProvidence I
Providence ProYlde R I Sept aTIM > The Chicago Chicagoand CbJ o oand
a and an d Cleveland v eveland American erfcan league teams teamswere teaJR8wee
were w are scheduled echeduledo Jo 2o play off a postponed OtItPGDeCat postponedgame
game ga me at Palace Gardens today t but the
C1e Cl Cleveland evebs4 team t did net pot in an Xjper Xjperance peltp peltpance
ance sn ot 5bicago < pl7 plys4 If l scrub rub team arid aridwon
won w onbldCOTeOCtOt bT a core or I to toold
old 1 to New York Yorkicee YorkIf
Mihoiicee icee ee Sept 20 Third Baeeanan Baeeananof bu
t 11 tYo ngIftof of the Milwaukee American as ashas aIIhas
If S o cIn has been sold old to the New York YorkJ
N tcl 1 league J The purchase price as asyet
yet le t hs ha not been given out outSiys outslys
> Says ITcVey is a Wonder WonderTommy WonderTODUIn
Tommy Jacobs the former Salt Lake Lakefeatherwetxht Lakefeatber
f featherwetxht featber fe < t who is now In Los An AnKejes AuJtdeL
K Kejes ge ls4 writes e the fporting editor of The TheHerald TheHera1d Theerald
J Herald H erald giving tD ah an il acc accounFof account tint of the McVey
E Denver D enver Ed Smith SJ fight recently held h ld in inthe Inthe
t the th e City of Angels for the colored cbam cbamDlonshiD cbamDionahlD chainorahin
i DlonshiD ub of the world Jacobs Ja Obs < says there therewas thenwas
was w an nothing to the content cot cofltet t but McVey McVeyaod KcVeyRDd
aod a nd th t the big colored ol man won a home for forhmmlf forhhDflf
h hmmlf hi mself among amon the fight fans in Los LosAnxeles totI I
Anxeles A According tt t > Tommy they theyman theythink LoBI
tl think th ink down there mat MeVey cVy ItI th the only I Imn
n man m an alive 1I that has any aayebanee chance againsihampion against againstChampion It I Ief
c Champion Jeffdesi JeffdesiKILLED ef
KILLED K LIED efPOLO BY BYPOLO POLO BALL BALLNathan BALLi BALLiNethan
Nathan Swift Son of o Chicago ChicagoPacker ChicagoPacker
Packer Struck in the Tem Temple Temple ¬
ple at Onwentsia
I IChlca
Chicago o Sept p 20 JONatbanSwlft oNathan Nathan Swift son sonof 8 01 n I I
c of o f Louis F Swift the packer died to today toda3 ¬
c day d ay > from the effects of a blow on the thetemple tluemple n
temple temp t with a polo ball at Onwentsia Onwentsiafield
field fi eld during a game The accident at atfirst atwas a ar
first tI r was thought te be trilHng Mr MrSwift KrSwift
MrI
Swift w4Uhpiayiag pJJ1ag m a a contestin which w jch cI I
his h Is companions C were Frederick Me Meh
n nsrntit
h IseensMlertng srntit rtng the tiTeriminai criminal work fstlt1l fore forelie f for
lie ie e cc cokt tntr courts After Alt < recitiqji redU j f able stlt1l LI Ic
ietaihf tall of ° the murder on onuneJ June Ifc j i Let
M flet et of Mr Love Mr Swift did not notappreciate no ot t 1
appreciate his danger until too late latethe Jat latehe
the tbeirtare t he glare iare of the sun cult preventing him himfrom htntot I
fro from f tot 11 following rOl Wlng the thebaU ball in its flight flightWhen f ht htW J
When W 1 tm the ball hit him he didnot did djdnotJp1 not notfrom ati atifrom I
from f rom the saddle and when his com compantons 801
pantons p galloped to his side he was coott at atfirst a t tIIrwt
fiJ first fi rst Inclined to make light J ht of the In Injury Injrv ¬
jury J rr He was aM induced to tq dismount
but b 1t ut walked alK without lil ale iII from the he Held HeldArriving J1 d 1
Arriving A home he complained of disafc dl i I
ness n ess and later went into a delirium deliriumwhich deUrju h
which w < hich was followed by his hi death deathThe deathThe deathThe I
The accident C dlnt which resulted ult in Mr Mrblood Mr
wfttreatir JleRttr octurred estetila7 after aften
i n n oon Durng urtnl the night an operati operatiwas I I
was w as performed to relieve a ruptur2 ruptur2blood ruptUre I
blood b lood vessel near the brain braip The o oeratlon 01 + + j
eratlon e which was wa performed at t the thecountry t S
country c home of the Swift family at atWesttelgh atWetJe1gk a t
Westtelgh in Lake county co nty seemed Memed8iYe fee feegive I
give g ive relief relief1 but Ihe the he effect was onHf onHftemporary on onttmporary onemporary
I temporary t Three Threepbylliclan physicians worked workedover workedover workever
over o ver him until the end endNathan eadNathan endNathan
Nathan Swift was born in Inchlcao InchlcaoIn Chicago Chicagoin
in i n 18SL He was an enthusiastic ath athlete athlete atitete ¬
j lete l being especially fond f nd offootball offootballand of football footballand footbalnd
and a nd aolo aoloHIBSCHVOGBL obo oboBIESCHVOaBL Io IoHIRSCRVOGEL
HIBSCHVOGBL HIGH AVERAGE AVERAGEWeatherson A AVRRAGBWeatheruon VBRAGBWe
Weatherson We theISonXakil Makes Best Single Score Scoreof Scorof I
of the Day DayHlrschvoKel DayHlrseh4ogel
HlrschvoKel Hlr ehv el was the th lucky man at t the theramiar tMr8llUa th C Cesular I
ramiar r weekly shoot of the rifle club clubvesttroay clix I Ieatrday
vesttroay v rl His average of seventysix seventysixfor t
for the day y wasthe was t the beet work k ktJae done with withthe wit
the h1 rUM rl1 Weataetsoa however with withSCO a ascore
score SCO s re of eightythree e got ot away a way with the thebest ta C
taa
best single scope The conditions O were werexood weeOOd a
xood OOd for high scores and many n very verycreditable yftYerfldUaltte ver y yreditable 1
creditable c ones were mde o > ade de The Tb scores
Hlrschvogel W 71 1710 00 0 TO 82 0 3 7 11 11Letcbfl 0071 7I 7ILetcbfleld
Letcbfleld Letcbfl J ld 73 Thfl1074717100721 77 B 7 74 71 7 it s 72 6 6VMI 7
VMI V AnuMO A n fl Ii 71 72 71 Tf 7 843 S3 73rim i7 i7Grim 7 7Grim
Grim G rim 44 nC7 nC7WeaUknun 440000U I 6051 6051Servts 5041ervts 1 1rVll I
Servts S rVll 7t 7400 d7 7 7WeaUMrson 00
WeaUMrson it 78 71 7183 83 73 73 74 74Findarnon 6 6Flnderaon 5
Flnderaon 55 55i 55iWants 7d 76W9fltS H HWants
Wants ChaaningAs OhaningAs An Official OfficialCoach OfficialCoach 1
Coach Holmes of the university football footballtfwen footballtfW 11
tfwen tfW t ns received receiv a letter from the manager managerof 1 j I
of o f the th Denver university yelt team manastis that is isscheduled
scheduled to meet the varsity vamt boys here hereon hereon hereon he ie I
on Oct U askhtK k kIaa that R H Channing Channingscheduled Channl Channinf g i i9f
9f o f this city be selected as one of the of d ¬
ficials for the aam gllle Helmet has written writteack I j
back b ack stating that the choice of Mr Chan ChanFred Cbanb
J agreeable b and also suggestin Charg Ung UngGrAnd g
Fred p ODellas orelt = as the other official officialGrand te
Grand Circuit Meet MeetColumbus lset I
Columbus ColiI ibua 0 Sept 20The 18 The grand cirI cirIcUft cir cli clihit I
hit c meeting win be resumed here tomor tomorIOW r i irow j
row Y after a weeks week Intermission More Mo e i i
than t MO horses are entered the largest largestcollection lal1tNtcollection It Itollection I
collection c at any grand circuit meeting mt meethi >
here All the stables are filled and it has hasbeen hasbeen in s
been fount < necessary neeea ary to erect tents to toshelter toIIMI I Ishelter 10 a
shelter IIMI the overflow of horses Major Maj w r j
D D intar mar will DOt go against his record recordhere recordbere recox 4 dhere
here as announced because of objection objectionsfrom objectionfrothe s
from frothe f rom the management mu ent of the Empire objectioni3 City CII CIItrCk i3
track which had a previous contract contractGet contractGet contractGet
Get In the Game GameDetroit GameDetroit
Detroit Free Press PressLine PreLLine PressLine I
Line up apt aptThfootball
The Thfootball football captains CA talns cry i
Rings out upon the sparkling air a1 a1The
The players spring from where they the He If S t i
They take their plaC4IIJ eagerly
And toss their IlamtlOnLine Samson lair
Line LineTbE Lineupr pr
The seasons on again againThe a agxinThe ainThe <
The rooters crowd aI a along 10 > nK nil tlw ha rope
To rheer the men of mighty MS9M ea
To shout long salvo to the stein slst
And quicken faltring hopes hopes4ne hopesLtne hopesttne
Ltne 4ne upr up
Our summertime uJ ertlme te done don donres
There res work to tackle tack foes f < tgt t lame e
Theres all the glory neath the eun un
And splendid prises to be won
Line up Get in tho th name nameSatpful gameElptul amr amrPbUadelphla
Satpful SatpfulPhiladelphia ElptulPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Ledger LedgerMiss LtodllerMl LedgerMiss
Miss Ml Pert PertIf If youre BO timid about it itwhy ftwhy I t twhy
why dont you propose to her by tele tel 5 5phone I 1phone Iphone
phone phoneMr I
Mr ITgliman FgllmlinThen Then she he might not flu lt t
Know who I was wasMiss wasMiss
Miss 1 Pert PertWell Well that might help helpyour helpyour lid Ip Ipyour
your chances chancesAh chancesAh
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Ah Ah Why Indeed IndeedPuck IndeedPuck IndeedPu
Puck PuckClerk PuckCI Pu k kClerk
CI Clerk k aunaiaef betel Jw 2otxtTlia 1T Th guest neat in inroom UI UIroom a
room roomJJ II says heSs he been robbed robbedLandlord robbedLandtordW1tee robbedLandlordWhen I
Landlord LandtordW1tee When did he pay his bUt bilrClerk bil l lClerkHe
Clerk clerkHe He hasnt hasnt4ndun4WFk kaQttnd I
tnd 4ndun4WFk n 4t t d does 8 he mean men meny In n
flaying y Lying hen feenftfcted b DAI becI j I
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CLEAVELANDS C GO GOi GODOWN 3ODOWN
DOWN i TO DEFEAT DEFEATBlue
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Blue Bl ue Rocks of Eureka Prove TooMuch Too TooMuch
Much For Locals topalsI topalsANOTHERGAME LocalsANOTHER
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ANOTHER ANOTHERGAME A A GAME PROPOSEDPAN PROPOSED
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PAN P c AN OFEBRS OFBBRS OPEBBSTO TO O BACK VIGOJOBS VIGOJOBSPOR VIGTO VIGTOJOB
JOB 1000 1000 SIDE SIDEBBT SIDEBBTt BET BBTeclal
p t
Speclal eclal to The Herald HeIIdEureka HeraldEureka
Eureka Sept Se 20 eaIfarzy Harry Joseph J and andUOO aacSUOD
UOO 23 00 outer o persons p IOtig saw w the Blue Bock oekt8lt
ball u1 tem to toI toM Jho M jpU teur 111 r baseball baseballchampionship bMeWIchamplonehlp
Cl championship ch at the I Summit grounds this thisafternoon tbIaaftert1OOl1
afternoon af J ternoon Ity y defeating cMfeaUn < the Cleavetands CleavetandsOf
Of 0 Salt Lake The Tbf Cteavelands have haveer hef hefer
er before been beaten 1 by an amateur amateurteam amateurteam
team te am Only Onl in one game me have their col colors col0l8 ¬
ors or e been lowetsa lowtittJllthIcr thto > ear That i WU WUcalders as at atCaMer8 ataldera
CaMer8 O OPr park ef ejtu J uJr 13 Dwhen when a halt halfprofessional haltProfessJ0D81
professional Pr team teai with lth Tosier in the thebox thebox
box bo x won from them them in a twelveInning twelveInninggame I
PlDeThe ga game gameThe ins
The Cleavelaad lineup today included includedthe Includedthe
the tin e best of the Cleaveiand and Calders CaId CaIdrk
park pa rk teams tea They started out with fly tlyIn
ing la g color and until the fifth taking 18 had hadbrought IIadthings
things th ings their own way the score standing aadincto
4 4i4 to 2 In their favor avor In Ino the fifth wltft wltfto
i4 o men out and two OR bases J Jeu Jimmie
H eu euseer hued d a to tObSSglT which whichought
brought br ought in two runs and tied the score scoreeusser
Heusser l4 eusser also al sefren which closed the theinnings
innings hi nings with the Blue Rocks one ODem ahead
From p pth rom m the fifth to the tbeclOM COM of the game gamethe
the th e home team scored every inning Aft After
er the third the Cleavelands had a pro prossion
cession ce ce ston of goose jeggs The final score acoreas
wag W as a 9 to 4 < by 1lil innings as fcrtlows fpllowet Jow
12 1 2 3 4 867 a I 1 8 9 9Cleavelands ICl
Cleavelands Cl C velands 3 l 1 1 100000 1 0 0 0 0 J 0 04 4
Blue B lue Rocks 1 0103112 0 1 0 3 1 1 2 04 04Strike 0Strike
Strike outs outaHe outsHeusper Heusser for Blue Rock Rockab RockEverett
10 Caatlet 7 H MitaCleivelands velanda 6
B lue De Rock f Firat hstoi ballsHeuuer ballaHeusserastleton i
castleton C 2 2 B ett4r1elSCasUeton tt nlesCastleton and
Everett k verett for Cleavelands B 3 Heusser and
J 1 Heusser for Blue Rocks Umpire
Dick D iek Richards RichardsDuring R1ebardeDurln
During < the four to weeks the Heusser
brothers b have played here the Blue
RocJu R ocks have defeated ftltQdPayllOD Payson Mercur
Mt M t PletuHint and the Cleaveland team
At A Aln t the close of the game today Super
intendeot ID lnO lnS ten4eat naat T TrI001qut rMife Ct ue e Yankee Y kee mine
O offered t to walfepfSrto wahri t to J1TO 1000 that tb t the thesame tbellame theante
same S ante lineup of f the Blue Rock team teadiould
could cg c again n defeat the Cleavelands the thegame tbesame
game g cH ame to be played at Provo Provoor or Payson POYSOnrr
Harry liar H rr Joseph o O oI4frul < ltr g to maten the
C q eaveland eav T lahd toaftt t f fu5 die CHI the game ame to be
played p in Sent Imfe Lftke Mr Turner insisted fnwb t d
UPOn u uit non neutral ground and toaight poe d pos
Red it ed U KK > as a icuarantee tUanta to make good oocI on
his h is nropmrition ltlCn the game ame to be played be bewedu
tw tWMft t n newand n ne end Oct A APLANNAGA3T titPLANNAGAN
titl
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PLANNAGAN ON P1HANOE P1HANOEHe PIXANOEHe
He B e Declares On OntL the Beauties af f Li Liquidationln LiqUidation I5
quidationln qUidation lii Open pen Letter Letterjrianniuran Letternannli
jrianniuran < an I i i1 i < I L what W ha t do they th thman
mane man m ine be ItquMatlilr ItquMatlilrI fJ fJIliat
I Iliat inafs a fienancial flenan l l terrum sex Clar Clarence CIaIfDce ¬
ence P nCe thats tbat used be uc situ iv money
Ill i ll thn and andbrJqg U lupifi > mt t y J u Malachy eel I
he h e Whht u ni ut IfMLiMatciers flJ rs s starts a com comuany comDan
uany Dan D eny dye mind we put in a gallon iv ivwather Ivwatber ii
wather w to a Dint iv copper like you wor wormixln woitixin
mixln n Ihnonadm lCmonad t atid satwe we sell It q sncfc sncfcent
ent e rs for 01 pure copWr cor Suckers Malachy Mlacb Mlacb10w
loves 10w wa er andjjcyl 1 give IveN MB Milachyr nmier nmierany ° r
any an y thne WiEMtP lor a cmnggSato c dive drv In it it That ThatoritnteatMA TbatorK r
oritnteatMA orK u rgntsa > tsa Bb Enhhya e y ti tot iv new uck ucken uckwantate ck ckt
en wantH wantate t 1 iceoln gst1nibet but the Lheabsi isn1 room i
for f or thtm t all TWifw nI TMflmake mXe mhole In lii U the
bottom b iv t the compares 00 s tank ta and out outroes outEOEII on onoes thut t
roes g oes the wather an sjnMXne he e suckers n Is left leftea t
g ea awIn oin high nd8hryi dd flhtr Thats That t hat s whafa whafacalled wAtailed wiitualled
called c lluuidatinl UuuidatJnWtln Wnln Its all over overwe OVf OVfWfl
we w wa e mind the bole bof intlie tank t ok fill er up upwilh upwllh Ui
wilh a ltl watber aged 1Iet e > ftit r tut t in the suckers suckersthe suekenthe UiI I
the new IN crou crouand and start agen Thats Thatswhat I
what w het we call reorgnlxin r > Man alive aliveMalachy Itft
Malachy flennce tle nce is as a alsy als as pickin
feathers f off chickens Us more high hightuned highI
tuned tun t than bank robbery and safer than thansafe thanfe thanfe I
safe i fe blowtn As the poet sex The 4hep huei p J
for f or the wolves the suckers for the thewather
wather w ather the watbtsr wlltbCMfor for the fi financfer nancfer nancferBrof
Ja J awn D is II greet t flenanclerMalacbY r
Brof B rpgan an in open letter to the lion Jaw 1 1D <
1 D Rockyfeller of Poverty p overty Hollow JawI Wall Wallstreet WaUqeet I j
street streetFATE s qeetFATE
FATE OF OFSCKALEXI I
Once Prominent Baseball Player PlayerNowHandling PI yer r I INowHandling I
NowHandling Oars on Ferry FerryBoat FerryBoat
Boat For For9Per 9 Per Week WeekForgotten W WeekForgottEn ek ekForKott
Forgotten n by the thousands tou and of fans fanswho fanswho fan a
who once cheered ittm on net dreaming of o I i ibase IbaN
base hits and a career that might have liareen e I Ibeen
been b een Sockalexis once once one of the great greatest rrreatest reat I
e est at outfielders the Cleveland team ever evewned r j i I
owned o is now ferrying travelers tra velera across a I j i
a river rive > in the northern part of Maine MaineAfter MaintAfter i i
After a a meteoric career on the diamond 2 2nd I Iand I fand
and a nd a series of bouts with the everal everaljuring everaJ1uring
juring i firewater the Indian who had hadlheablltty ha ii iihe 1 t tthe
the lheablltty t he ability to play la ball far better than thanmost a amost
most of his white brethren has now nownorth netwreturned noi C I I
returned r to the Indian settlemtnt In the thenorth Ui e enorth i
north to follow in i the footsteps of his hisancestors W S Sncestors t
ancestors ance a tol8 Sockalexia Sockal xls was found Cou cl by b I I IPatsy
Patsy Tebeau manager mana of the old el ci 1 j i
Cleveland team Sox was playing with wit h hhe 1
the t he Notre Dame team and had a repu reputation reputton I
tation t tton as a the best college coil player reput that thatever bttev ha haevir t
ev ever r rattled his spikes against tnt the thehcme thehme lb C Chome
home plate Tebeau signed the Indian a and
and a nd before the season was over he dew demonstrated dtmJonstrated I I
onstrated that be was a star of the thefirst th thftst thfirst it
first magnitude His throwing arm armwas art ii iiwas
was wonderful and many man > claimed that thatIt thatIt the t tt I
It I t was one of the bestin the history tory of u IL ILbasuba1L
baseball ba I1 Although < 1t he was as briHiant briHiantIn it itn
In I n every department pUtmeatt of the game me his hi Is 8
batting was the wonder of the t e league I
For two months he batted over 400 400and 4If Lb
and it is said that old Jesse e Burkett Burkettwho Burkettwho t twho
who had led the league the year before a I I
became so Jealous that he could hardly hardl y 7 j
hit the ball over 200 Sox was all right rigli it ituntil 1
until people began to make a matinee I
hero of him He was wined and dined dinedevery I Ievery
every homage was Wate wa paid to his great greatskill greatskill grex it itskill j 1 I
skill But the hereditary desire of his hisrace hisrace hi Is Israce s
race for strong stron drink was too much muchand muchand mud mudand i
and in a short time his baseball career careercame care rcame rcame r
came to an abrupt end His fall like Ii1 6
his rise was meterolo and today tOOo in I Isteati Ii Iiatad i istead i
stead of being one of the greatest ball ballplayers be beplayers
players In the business and command commanding I i iIng >
ing thousands of dollars dona for his serv ser serces r Ir 1 1ices iIce
ices Ice i ces he e handles the bars of a ferry boat boi tt t j
for S9 9 a week weekHole weekHole
GI GIHole
Hole Preferred to Darn DarnJustice I IJustice
Justice David J Brewer of the United Unite 4 4tatea i j
States tatea supreme reme court who baa suggest suggested UUe t I ¬
ed what many regard as a good remedy reined Iy y f I
for the lynching evil e U lived In his child childhood I Ihood ¬
hood in Asia Minor in the town of u f I ISmyrna
Smyrna i j I
Justice Brewer sometimes recount t1 B j
interesting Inter tlng scraps of philosophy of hu humor humor 1
mor or of epigram that he heard In i 1In n i t
Smyrna when a aboT lno boy The Tb other day he hesaid 2 ie iesaid e
said saidAdjlb hi hiAdjlb
Adjlb a scribe of Smyrna on one onepaufled < e epaused epaused
paused to speak to me on the highway I
Adjibs robe was IiS as white as snow but butthere butthlre bi it t
there was tas a hole ho In it ItThere itThere
There Is a little hole in your our robe rob C
A4Jlb I said saidI d dI
I know it It Adb replied repliedIf
If you know it why dont you darn dan n
it I asked askedFor askedTor kec kecFor
For the seiceot sake of appearances j Adj djib djibanswered djlbwen lb lbanswered b
answered wen i A bole he went ent on may mn y ¬
be b an accident of the mOAt recent hap i
peniAg ponin a A hole wH peas upon a king ki B
a noble or qr the t th most rich and powerful at il
person hon But a darn is the sign Ign of poi poverty PO v verty ¬
erty There Tae is I
no getting around it no nomisunderstandIng r it itmisunderstanding
misunderstanding it I cannot tan et afford atfoi d
to wear a darned robe robec
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DOM 11OMRUN RUN HAGGERTY AGAIN AGAINIe
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Tells Ie Us of a Wonderful W Rube Pitcher Who Sent Balls to the Catch CrtcbeThat CatchThat I
That Curved Over to First FirstBase FirstBaSe I IBase
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Cincinnati Inquirer InquirerONE
NE of the big league teams sus suspended suspeRded
ONE 0
pended a crack pitcher the theother theoUter
other day en account of the theeccentricity theecceatricitJ
eccentricity ec ecH ecre of his habits said saidHemait I IHR1I
Hemait H eensa R Hasserty and w wktn n I Irend I Iread
rend re ad of some of the daffy things thingsthe tA a I
the th thhi e twirJer dM before they laid
him hi m off o I wondered we whether whetJterlt It might mightnot i
not no nota t be Ruthless 11tt Rube a fierce fte un ¬
tamed ta tadT med curve dter 411i disJOIOer nser that the Corn
droppers dT dTaf epet s AUSUir aggregation A Uon ran ranafoul raoafoul
afoul af oul of in our remarkable trip through
Texas TexasRuthless texasRuthle
Ruthless Rube was called that from
tas th e way he moved mo down the opposition oppo
batters ba baw tteis when he got in the box He
was w an six feet or so high weighed about
200 O threw from his south side and he
had ha hayo d a turn o speed that made the theyoung theyoung
young yo yow ung fellers think o home and mother motherwhe motAerwbeG
t whe wbeG w be he e put one dose to era
Fr From all I ever heard when I wag
1 In Knob Hill which was the name of ofRuthless
the th town whlchboaBted which beaMed of this Wonder ODder
Ruthless R Rube never had no schooUn
to speak of but Just t grew up on a farm
And A nd one time so they say Yo he was
thrown th rowixi apples aes at a tin can on a fence fencewhen fencewhet
when w hen he discovered dt that he could make makean makeII
an t apple curve curveFrom cur curulIrom
From that very minute he was a achanged I
changed c boy His old haunts knew him himno
no mole fish panted in the crick for forwant forWAnt I
want w ant o catchin the crick Itself got gotrunnin 30trunnln
runnin ru nnin tolerable clear for want o ouho
Rubes R uho swimmin in It the hens laid laidcracked
t the th e baJUOw SO taU o eggs the ratters ratterscraelted
G cracked for want o huntln an his old
hound h ound dog lost t his smell because he henever henevr
never fl V1r exercised it itFor ItFor t tTor
For Rube had had read to him ate stories atese to ¬
ries ri se about Tim Keefe and Amos Rusie Rusiesad Ruslend i
a sad nd them toilers that could sling a ball ballsome hallme
some o me and he determined that some IOmeday day
he h > e too would listen to the applause of ofadmiring I Iadmlrln
a admiring admlrln < thousands from a pitchers pitchersplate
P plate pl ate fifty feet or so in front of a whit whitened whitened ¬ I
e ened en ed rubber square known as the home homeplate homeplate
plate plateSo pl i ate
plateSo
So he Just did nothin for two sea ¬
sons no ne but throw windfall apples He got goto
so o he could put marvelous curves to toem toem
em a m He could couldstalJd stand fifty feet from a apiece apiece
piece pi ece o 2x4 x4 stuck In the ground aSid i61dhtt hit
It with an apple > ten times out o ten tennd
j And A nd his speed was so great that the ap ap ¬
ples p Ies just t squashed xhen hen they hit the thepoet thePOtt
poet p ort and a cider man got on to It and
bought b c ought the pulp for his cider mill And
t the tI e money he gave up to his human humanelder humancider
c elder ci der press gave Rube a chance chan to see
j his li la first t ball game gameBetween pmeBetween
Between the Schools SchoolsIt
It was w a game between two schools schoolsand IIChoolsand
and a < nd la the third Inning after hed kind kindo
o got onto things Rube offered his hisservices hllernee hisrvicia
services s rvicia to the captain o the team teamwhose
whose w hose e pitcher was gettin hammered hammeredout
out O ut o the box They were going to
turn t urn the big b rawboned farmer down
but b ut Rube pleaded so hard for a show
tp that t they gave it to him When hed hedpitched he4pitched L
pitched p one ball he had the bunch with I LI
him h im and the catcher that tried to withI stop p I
that fr lst throw was sent > t to a doctors ofllce o stoiiI ce I
to tobave have three fingers amputated Rube t
left le ft them hanging by threads o skin In
Well from that on he Was in de demand demand ¬
mand m end He found it I t easier to curve a a
baseball 1aU b b1l than an apple and he e got g t to 1 1oing aI I
doing dO d a remarkable stunts He could L
send S ehd the bail over the plate and have havecurve I
it curve back to t the first baseman
They rb Y didnt need no fielders ftel lers when he hewas 1Mwas 1
was w as In the box There was wat1Ln n jeug oag got gotup sotup
up u p about him something SOIDeChlat I a iR ice this thisEtcM tklats
4 EtcM ts a hoodoo youll ii t tisvse vr er lose I
4 Jura JuraA bimA Axn
A perfect wonder youve YOtl got to choose ehoueehim
Mm MmThe bl 1 1The
The T he greatest player the longest Io gest stay stayer 8ta7pr
er erIs prr
Is I s Ruthless Reuben the oneman onemannine I
nine nineHe nineH
H He got t so he owned the town and andall bdall I
all a ll the country countr round about Just to tosee toBee k
see s ee him perform In the MK drew more morePeople morepeo inerteople kI I
People peo p le > than the ball game for n i ad ¬
dition d to his good pltchln he h 1 ld 4 his i
little li ttle eccentricities which the funny tv tvthings tnn P iP
things t of the pitcher I read about aboutre aboutremllKled re reminded
minded in bnded me of ofWell efVeli
Well we struck Knob Hill one day dayabout dayabout
about a bout noon and found the whole town townat tow towat t wx
at a t the station waiting waltln for us u They Theywanted Theywanted wxr r
wanted w wb to see the kind oV 0 people Ruth Ruthless RutbleA Ruthee ¬
less b ee Rube would mow down that aft afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon e and anyway wed linen b n touted toutedall tcnte4II tcuteuthat aftI I
all II over that part py of the country as asworldbeaters aworldMeters a I
worldbeaters and were really tf best bestnine bestDIne beeine t It
nine n nt ine that ever struck that place pia ± e so sothey 80they a ahey
they t wanted to see us on that ac account account anount ¬
count countFrom countlIrom c
From the time we got off the cars carstill carsun a
till the umpire called time in the game gamewe cara me mewe a
we didnt hear anything but stories storiesof gema a
of o f the boy who learned how to pitch pitchny pitchby
pitciS
ny b y throwing applies at a tin can Bets Betson Betaon Betthe S
on the number of strikeouts Rube Rubewould e ewould
would have that afternoon atternoOnwere were being beln belnmade helmmade <
made right and left t and I heard heardellow a aeDew
fellow f offering oflerl 8 odds that hed get as asmany umny a a
many as twenty We Ve were really a abit
bit worried over this phenom for the theboys thebos tin tinoys p
boys b oys in the barroom of the hoted had hada ha I
a dope book of the past performances performancesof C IC
of their pet and in it he never had had1ft ho hoee
teas l ee than fifteen strikeouts a game I
You couldnt get away from such things thingst S IS
MS that cut right out of the news newspapers n wll wllpaper
papers and so as I i said 14 we e were wereworried wer e
worried worriedWe worriedWe
We went out to the grounds early 9
for a blt bI m > o practice and there we got gotour Otour go It
our flrsjt n glimpse of the famous pitch pitcher goL L ¬
er and saw w some of his eccentricities eccentricitiesWe
We were sitting on the bench while whilethe C
the t he Knob HH HUS s had the diamond diamondDan and andDan lidDan ii Cii 1 1
Dan Delaney was throwin throw In me some someswift someswift C Cswift
swift ones preparatory prepu tol7 to going in the thebox thebox tb 0 0box
box for the game when there was a awhlld awll1d aI
whlld whoop at one side o the thelltand gjgand gjgandstand ud udstand I
stand which hlet was pretty well crowded crowdedand I
and a big fellow In a a Knob fiHl 1U n unl unlform ufliform 1 1form I
form came < amepllop gallopUT a out Dan had hadjust badJust ha d
just j ust thrown me a middlin IIIIcSdl l fast one onewhen OMwhen on onwhen
when the guy walked tip p in him and aadsay an d dsays
says say
sayC8JI
Call H that fast I could heave a a apunkin at
punkin faster that To the cane canebrake e1Iebrake canebroke t
brake for yours Gimme that ball and andwatch an 4 4watch
watch watchHe watchHe
He matched the ball from rem Dans Dansha Dan S
hands ha ndl doubled In n a knot and let one onedrive on ondrlv ordrive 0
drive at me without a minutes warn I Icertainly
ing i It certainly was wa a powerful fast tutbalabout fax It Ithalabout
ba balabout about fie fast ta t as I ever handled handledso hand handbut handdbut
but I held It and thEn snapped It back hoc In
so ° fast it nearly burned the Rubes Rubesnands Rubel1iands Rubeflands InS S
nands off of
offJut
Just Warmed Up UpWhat UpVhat lipWhat
What dye think o that for speed speednow speednow speeu 1 1now
now says he to Dan throwin out outhi ot it ithip
bin hi chest h sl Thats a middlin good goodcatcher goo d dcatcher
catcher you got he says rubbhV rub In his hishands hishands hI Is Ishands
hands kind of on the sly Then he 1telet I Ilet
let out another yell and turned a acouple acouple acouple
couple of handsprings and went out outto oi it itto
to warm up upWe
We went to bat first and when the theRube Ui UiRube p
Rube walked out to the th box and picked pickedn 4 4UP
up the nEW ball we were surprised to toSfe I 10 10see
see two men appear carryln a big mir mirror mu r rnor
ror on a sort of an easellike ea contriv contrivance contrivance r
ance and a third one luggiti a big tin Undipper ti rii ii
dipper They set the Vlirror mirror up on onthe onthe o othe a
the left hand side of the pitchers box boxthe be C Cthe
the eccentric pitcher telling them Just Justwhere jUfltwh iii t twhere
where wh > Il 10 place it for all the world worldlike worldlike won Id Idlike
like some aupes getting get tine stuff ready for foran torall ft ye yea
an act OB the stage Then he took tooka toe toea I a
a drink from a tin dipper carefully carefullyn careful iy iyIx
set it on the ground behind the box boxand boxand be beand Ix
and wound himself up to pitch He Heput 1 Ic Icer
put a ball up taat Pinch Hobbs never nEVerflaw nevu nevusaw er
saw and the umpire called a strik strikeW C Cwli
W wli M that nith pithr T certainly wns Wl the thevainest thpystDMt ti tivaiaeet
vainest and boewtfulest bo man I ever fverflaw evu an ansaw
saw in a ball game and thats ay ayiI1 ay aying I Ia
ing a lot Hed mink up before that thatUwkin thatokln tb a
Uwkin plass flla lasn t pitshln back his coarse coarseblack Marsehl coar coarhlk Ic aIc
black hl k hair off Ms iis I orehead and andstraijrhtonln lndtr3ightnln at id idstraiglitunln
straijrhtonln his shoulders for a final fin al
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look loo k at himself And then he would wouldsuddenly wouldsuddenly
suddenly su turn and unreel a curve thatd thatdhave thatllhave
have ha ve two or three shoots to it and andud audud
ud leave us wonderin whether we were werein wereIn
in a ball game or on a cear cearOnly < earOnly
Only for 4 couple of fouls and a apop apop
pop po p fly or so that we hit accidentally accidentallywed accideatlJywed
wed we d been all struck out for eight etpt1oIa eightloner
loner lon g innings The audience roared over overour overour
our ou r bat swingln and counted the thestrikes thestrike
strikes str ikes on each man with a yell eh that thatcould thatcould
could co uld be heard a block away This Thissort
sort so rt of thing didnt tend to make us usbat WIbat
bat ba t any better betterI
I never knew till afterward att rrd but in inthat Inthat
that th at crafty at framing t brain aJh of Pinch
Hobbs f obba there wa wu u all Ii this time growing growinga
a little idea that bore big remits Pinch Pinchhad P1achJtOticed Pinchd
had ha d noticed the eccentric guy take takedrink a a aink
drink dr ink out of the big dipper every time timehe time1M timethrew
he threw a a ban and had noticed that thatwhen thatwhen
when w hen Rube went out to pitch our half halfof halfof halfthe
of the ninth he emptied eID1 tted all the stuff stuffthere stuftthere
there th ere was In the pall into the dipper dipperThe dipperThe dipperThe
The Knob Hills had squeezed in four fourruns fourrwus
runs ru ns at various points in the game gamethough gamethoQb
though th ough they didnt hit Dan very hard hardcourse
0 Of course we didnt have any and andthey aDdthey
they th ey figured op fanning tann us out in our ourhalf ourhalt
half ha lf and Ji ending the game right there thereSo thEreso thereSo
So they would only for Pinch
Hobos H obbe Pinch went to bat first in that thatmemorable thatm
memorable m inning and as he stepped steppedup
up to the pan I noticed notl that he meant meantbusiness meantbuslneas
business bu siness You could tell that in a aminute amlftUte
minute m inute In Ptnch It seemed to entirely entirelychange entirelycbanle
change ch ange him himAnd himAnd himAnd
And I noticed that his eyes seemed seemedfixed seemedbed
fixed fix ed on the eccentric Rube Ditchers Ditc er erfeet
feet fe et What Whateheme scheme has Pinch got I Isays Isayil IJI
says sa JI to myself ett that makes him watch watchthem watchthem
them th em N Ne 12 brogans sor sorH so 1 1at
H He Mat the Curve CurveAs I
As I watched I saw Pinch suddenly suddenlymp
Jump ju mp forward and meet a curve about abouta
a foot in front of the plate Just before beforeit
it took that sharp break that jMnated jMnatedua
ua all and there was a crack such as ashadnt ashadnt
hadnt ha dnt been heard that day I saw the theRube theRUM
Rube R ube Jump into the air and then I Isaw Iw
saw sa w the bail hit his tin dipper eI knock knocking kBOCklng knockg ¬
ing fa g it galley west and go bounding boundingout
out ou t to the t e center fielder It was a aclean acJeua
clean cl ean safe hit hitt but the first of the thegame theme theame
game g ame and Pinch rested complacently complacentl7em
on first firstThe firstThe
ftratRube
The Rube pitcher uttered a cry like likea I
a wounded YOtI id bird and Ihu kax an to the dipper
It was 11 all ll I bent and only a couple o odrops
drops dr ops of the precious fluid was left It Itseemed Itaeemed
seemed se emed to break him all up He Heprinked Heprinked I
prinked p up before the glass g cast ca t a afond a
fond fo nd look at the dipper and threw in ina Ina
a swift one OReW to Pete Brown who fol followed followeel fti ¬
lowed bo bosi wed Pinch The ball didnt break at atall atall
all si t and Pete Just murdered it it He ran ranall ranall
all al l the way to third and Pinch brought broughtIn
In our first run runTherewas rllDThere
Therewas There Iw was a a lot of excitement now nowand nowand
and a nd the manager Ihanager of the Knob Hills got gotRubes gotRube
Rubes Rube R obes pail from under the th bench and andAnd abdROt
ROt se at a boy on a bicycle 1c cJe away with It ItAnd Itnd
And A nd Rube began playing for time timeHed
Hed take nearly five minutes be between between ¬
tween t ween each ball 1 and d then ud throw throwem thro throup
em e m up wide on purpose He g gave ve I
Jimmy J11mn Ji mmy Harrison Da his base and Henneij Henneijsy HeDMiiwbo I
sy s sw 7 who followed < him 111m had three balls ballswhen baUswben baThhen
when w hen the boy appeared at the gate lIateR gateeaxiasap
HvujMCsy R eaxiasap jot his It base before the ttn ttndipper ttndipper tieipper
dipper d was w paraded out to his eccentric eccentricnibs eccentricat
nibs at n ibs end It was up to me with three threeon tltteeon theel
on 0 l bases three on 0 bases three runs to totie totie ft ftc
tie ti c and four to win and nd nobody out outJust outJut
Just as a I walked up to the plate late the theRube n
I
Rube R ube got a big dipperful of the stuff stuffout atuffout ther r
out o ut of thepmil the pal and nd it seemed to change I
him h im entirely He put up one of his old oldtime oldtime
time ti me curves that t I swiped IDed at oldI and andmissed andmiMed an I
missed mi ssed a mile The crowd which J1ICh haJ haJbeen ha J Jbeen I
been b een scared began to cheer again againI
1 I biffed at another and missed It Itand Itand
and a nd then Pinch who was coaching Coach log
tipped tip ti pped ed me off to run in on them I Isaw 1aw i
saw s aw it was U my only show so when he hepitched hepitched hi a
hii
pitched p the next ball I took a step stepahead stepahead i
ahead a swung hard and caught a drop dropcurve dropc droiI 3
curve c test before It broke like Pinch I
had h ad done It went over the right rl t field fielder
er8 er head and we all Jogged in toRube inRube
Rube struck out the next three men
on ° nine a1nepUched pitched balls but the damage dsmagiad I
had h ad been done We were a run ahead aheadand aheadad aheadnd
and a nd try as they would they couldnt couldnttie couldnie
tie t ie us In the their r half He went off the thegrounds thPgrounds thurounds
grounds g nearer crazy than ever and andthey andthey am
they t say y he didnt cUdft t speak 1Ipe to anyone for forthree forthree to tohree
three t days daysAnd daLlldnow daysAnd
And lldnow now said Josh Hapgood Hapgoodwhen HaptlGOdwhee HapgoodhPft
when W hPft we were on the train what t do doyou 40you 4 C
you suppose e that t t fellow bad In that t
dipper d that made him pitch so goedr pod podI
I CiderT Cider says 78 I IBeer
Beerr Beer sara Pete PeteFortyrod PeteFortJrod
Fortyrod r says YII Pinch PinchAH
AH wrong qo UJ says s Josh It was w Just juBtp1aln Jo t
plain p lain ordinary o water from the sea L
They Th T hey seoopsd oo it up from the breakers breakersand breakersard a and
and a nd It gave ga v his hi curves that break that thatfoaled thatfQGIed t
foaled f you oa all
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ANOTHER K NEW EWWINKLE W WRINKLE WRINKLEInnovation 00 00Innovation
Innovation I I In t the e Line Li r 1 BaHw an anTelegraph y yTelegraph p pTelegraph
Telegraph Service ServiceTJtica SerTioeUtica ServiceUtica
Utica N Y l Sept 20 2OAn An innovation U i
in I n the Hue of railroad telegraph serv aernce ¬
ice I ce has been put into use on the New Ne w r
York Central railroad between TJUcsv TJUcsvand UtJcaand Title a and
and a nd Albany y By means of the appar apparatus ¬
atus n ina a single arln le wire can be used for tete tetegrcph teteIIrepb I Iraph
grcph g and telephone messages at the thesame theme in Ic t
same s me time While the operator r is tick ¬
ing in l ug < away aWa a telegram in Morse code an another aDother I ¬
other o person can C n telephone a message messagewithout e ewithout B
without the slightest sUa tt Interference t tJames Len
en enJames
James J a L Janriare JanriareParis PerrJereParis PeenlereParIs II
Paris Sept 20 GJames James L Ferriere a awelT awen awell
welT known newspaper tie aspaper man of New Ne a
Yorie Y YorLdied orlt died here today as the result of ofa f fa
a paralytic stroke His wife in a fit fitof I It Itof t I
of distraction seen afterward took her he r
Mfe l Mr Ferriere was formerly for fe nr nreveral f
several s years an editor of the Paris edi I ¬
tion tIo of the New
York
Herald He en ea ci I Ier5d ¬
tered te t d tke service of the Associated id i
Press P ess in 1897 and at the time of f his h is
death was employed in its Paris ofllce ofllceBTTLI oftIcec oflic e een
c en 1 1BULL
BULL FIGHTS HT 1CBXIOO 1CBXIOOE I IE
E Paso Tex Te Sept ept 30 2OTbe The new 6 0
600 bull ring at Juarez juarea on the Mexican in
border was formally opened here to to ii ¬
day in the presence of 10090 III people peoplechiefly peopichiefly
chiefly Americans AmericansSix
Six bulls were ere tortured and put to I
death and several horses were slain by I ly
the bulls ei < t rvera the th famous Spanish
bull fighter is at the head of the U he
troupe troupeBBTTTAL troupeBRUTAL troupeBBUTAL
BBTTTAL MTTBIKEit IN PRANCE PRANCEParis FlUXOBPaIII PRiNCEParis
Paris Sept 20 Eugenic Eupute Fougere the thedeMd thewell II hi hiwell e
well known m mnsc c hall singer wfs ws mnr mu r
deMd > during Friday night at her h r villa at it
AixLesBala A female servant was wasalso wi as asalso s
also murdered and another was so mal mx ul I ¬
treated that she he has lost her reason a i
Robery was the motive for the crime crimeLOOXIirG crimea crimeLOOKING
a T TLOOXDJG
LOOKING roB OK l LOOPHOLE LOOJlROLECIlw LOOPHOLECleveland OOPHOLECleveland
Cleveland CIlw > land 0 Sept 20Senator Hanna Hani
stated tonight that he would
pay no at a ¬
tention to the challenge chan nge to debate of the Ii
Democratic candidate for fo United rnlt States Stat
senator John H Clarke until he had hi ad
heard from Chairman Dick to whom who rn
Clarkes challenge has been referred referredINDIANA referredII referredINDIANA
II IIINDIANA
INDIANA IN PORT PORTNew PORTNew PORTdW
New dW York Sept 20 ZOThe The battleship In I n ¬
diana of the coast squadron from New Newport Newport Ne a aport r ¬
port K I the cruiser Chicago from fre in
Fortress For Monroe and the auxiliary cruis cruiser cru18er cml cmlei ¬
er Yankee of the Atlantic At1antt training squad squadron tQuadron aqua aquaron ¬
ron from New London Conn reached reachedthis reache4this reach reachthis
this port today todayINSTTLTED todayINSULTED
INSULTED AND THEN SHOT SHOTLondon SKOTLondon JIOTLondon
London Sept 21 DThe The St Petersburg Petersburgcorrespondent Peter Peterabu Peterabucorrespondent bUllr bUllrcorrespondent
correspondent ofthe of the Daily Mall reports reportsa repel repela
a case whichvoccurred whl whIeh < h o occurred u1Ted at Irkutsk of ofRussian a afused 1Ru8llan
Russian oftl otfiedi shooting a Jew who re n nto I
fused to give him blma a match to light a cig cigarette cigarette ci ciamette ¬
arette because becau the officer asked him himuti in intin inan
tin insulting tone ton
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OGDEN NEWS NEWSOffice I IOgden
Office 2484 WasfcngfMi l IIOede Am AmOgdett
Ogden Monday 0JMI Sept 22 22A 22A 22wwwwv
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A Counterfeiter Arrested ArrestedRobert ArrestedRo ArrestedReheat
Robert Ro Bra was arrested early yelt
yester ye t ¬
day tlit tlitlnn i morning on the charge of counter co nterf
insr r and wUl be tried on that harg
nh the courts court A report re came to the r pnl
that th at a auantity of counterfeit loo 14ccea
oieces I ote cea and other small
coins was oejn O JfI
oassed na naah med around the
city Saturday ar ann < i irestaurant 1
ah
sham amn eYe was ke kept t for the offender T 1
restaurant re men slot machines ma hlnes and of ot i r
business bu siness firms found th worthless c i
In their money drawers
During the
ovv ev v
bur lu lusm g Brags Bra was seen 8 n wit with a It Quantity Quantit f I
mail sm all coins and was watched by OffK Off < < >
Elam El am and Sllvey Ht H > passed pas some sOme
the th e coins and was immediately piao pIa1 pIa1Hndfr pta < t tunder
under un der arrest When Yhenrearched hen searched at the theDoliee thfDOIi
Doliee DOIi De uce < station a Quantity of the count r
ffit fel felco t coins were found in his pockets 10 10coins i icoins Iins
coins co ins are of good workmanship and andom <
from fr om all appearances genuine Bri Briwhen Br Brwben Bra <
when w hen asked where he got t the i lCII lCIIcialmed c cimed >
ciaimed cla imed they were given ven him by b anothvr anothvrman anoU er eran r rmaD
man m an in change change3rfe ch change3rfefz
chBrief
3rfe Brief > and Personals PersonalsMr pencmaJkMr
Mr and Mrs Burt of Salt Lake City Citywere Citywere Cityere
were w ere visiting in Ogden yesterday yesterdayMr
Mr and Mrs Charles A Nelson h have haveIrone havene ve verone
rone go gosh ne to ProTo to visit t with friends for a ashort ashort aort
short sh ort time timeMrs timeMrs timeMrs
Mrs Joseph Wheeler who has been via viang ¬
iting iti ng with relatives in Ogden returned returnedme
home ho me last evening eveningNext eYell1qNext eveningNext
Next Tuesday Tlte evening the T M M M T Iof
A of the Weber stake will give A ball
in Lester nark pavilion pavilionCharles pavilionCharles pavilionCharles
Charles W Penroee who has baa bess vis vj vjng ia ¬
iting iti ng during the past week in C Ogden Ogdens
baa haCi ha s returned to his hi home in Salt Lake
City CityGeonra Ci ty tyGeorne
l1tyGeonre
Geonra T Bowman and wife ef Cre CUJ
den de n Morgan county spent Saniay S 1 In ingden
Ogden O as the guests of Mrs Area ArcJtla Bow Bowan ¬
man m an and family familyMiss familyMia familyMiss
Miss Eva Fair Mattie Wattte and andera
Vera V era Bowman have gone to Logan where whereey
they th thfo ey will enter the Agricultural college c coiteger llelr
for fo r this school year yearA yearA yearA
A convention of the Y M and Y I L > II
I I A of the Weber stake was held Jester yentery
day da y for the purpose of making prepare prepareos ¬
tlw tions tl os for the opening of this season MUonwork smeonsork i iwork
work workThe w ork orkThe
workThe
The funeral services over the remains remainsof remainsMr
of Mr Moody X ocIY who died in Salt Lake Lakewer Lakeage t tw
wer w age held yesterday ye afternoon at atongregational the theCongregational thoCo
Co C Congregational t1onal church Rev Mr Qoahen QoahenofflctatbMC QcehpnotaclaUDllt
offlctatbMC or Many sympathising 8ym friends friendsattended friendsatteDdet friendsted
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PANAMA FAVORS CANAL CANALSelection CAMAlSeleetlo CANALelection
S Selection of Obaldia ObSldIOr for Governor CJvremorPart JoyaaorPart GovernorPert
Part of a a Plan PlanPanama Pia PiaPanama PlanPanama
Panama Colombia Sept 1Oeaatcir 1Oeaatcirbaldia Sewator SewatorObaldia tor torObaJdla
Obaldia O today took over the fractions fractionsof fanctionsgovernor
of governor of Panama The event eventwas eventas ftntas
was w as the occasion occa for great popular populardemonstrations populard popularemonstrations
demonstrations d moa tratlon by all parties It is isthought 19thoupt Isought
thought th ought the appointment of Governor GovernorObaldia Goyer Governorbaldia nor norObaldJa
Obaldia O may perhaps exert an influence influenceagainst InftuencapJnst Intiuencgainst
against a secessionist ideas not only be because beau beuse ¬
cause ca < e he is Isanativeof a native of Panama which whichfact whichfact whichct
fact fa ct engaged for him the sympathies sympathiesof
of all but because becau e the appointment is isa i ia Ispart
a part of a general plan the result or orwhich orwhlch orhich
which w hich will w l be the election of General GeneralReyes GeaeralReye Generaleyes
Reyes R eyes to the presidency pre and the ap approval approyal aproval ¬
proval p roval of a canal treaty satisfactory to tothe tolhe toe
the Th e United States StatesAH StatesAD StatenAll
AH the speeches delivered at todays todaysfunction todayfunction todaysunction
function f not only by tothmiaas but butby bu buty t tby
by la y natives of the rest of the republic republicdemonstrated repuhUcdemonstrated republicemonstrated
demonstrated d that the inhabitants of ofPanama orPanama otanama
Panama P anama are in favor of the treaty treatyFELL tnatTII treatyFELL
II IIFEll
FELL UNDER UNDERTHECAR UNDERTHECARn THE CAR CAROne CAReae
One O n Mans Eead Cut Off Another AnotherFatally A1I therFatally AnotherFatally
Fatally Injured InjuredGrand InjundGr InjuredGrand
Grand Gr nd Rapids Rap Mich Sept 8 pt St 2SJohi 2SJohiebater John JohnDelater John JohnDelater
Delater D had his head cut off and John JohnManni JohnManni lohnann
Manni M ann was fatally injured this evening eveningby eveningby eveningy
by b y an accident on the tl1 Bridge street streetbridge streetridge t tbrldp
bridge b Both were members of ofichigan the theMichigan theXlchiaan
Michigan M national tla OnaI guard and were re returning retumiD reurning ¬
turning t from rifle practice riding on a aMuskegon auskegon
Muskegon M tnterurban ln ru1ban line combination combinationcoach combfnationioach
coach c The soldiers were we sitting < in th thdoorway thdoorway thoorway
doorway d oorway of the baggage compartment compartmentswinging compartinenwinging t t811l
swinging 811l s < 1 their feet when the car ran ranonto ranonto rannto
onto o nto the bridge Delaters feet caught caughtin
in i n the iron lronwork work of f the bridge and h hwas hwas has
was w as suddenly Jerked from the doorway doorwayand dOOlwaoand doorwaynd
and a nd thrown beneath the wheels heel of th thcar the thAcar thear
j car c ar He was decapitated In falling fallinghe talllnlhe fallinae
he h e clutched at Manni and partially partiallyragged
c dragged d him from the car Manni re received received reeived ¬
ceived c fatal tatallnjurles tatallnjurlesFRSNCH injuries injuriesFRENCH injunieeFRENCH
FRENCH FRENCH VESSEL ASHORE ASHORECrew ASHORECrewSa1Nt
Crew CrewSa1Nt C rew Saved but the Ship to a Total Totalk ota1 ota1Loss ta1 ta1Loss
k Loss XiosaSt LossSt LossSt
St Johns N R Sept 29 28The 28ThePrenc 20Therench The TheFrench
French F rench fishing vessel Aiglun went wentashore wen wentshore t thore
ashore a < hore at Cape Ray yesterday within withintwo withinwo UhlntWG
i two t wo miles of the shore bo where the Brit British BritIsh Bnitsit ¬
i ish i sit steamer Topaz was wrecked yester yesterday yesteray eater eaterday ¬
day d ay The crew escaped but saved savednothing ssvc4othing cl clftOtbinlr
i nothing n of their effects The vessel is isa isa iscomplete
j a complete wreck A dense den e fog focprf focprfyalling pre prevailing preailing ¬
ailing v at the time caused the disaster disasterAnother dlMatErAnother disasterAnother
Another French fishing vessel the Al Alliance A Aliante Aiance ¬
liance l stranded at Miquekm this morn morning mornInl mornng ¬
i ing i ng in the fog which still continues continuesHer conUJaUEHer continuesHer
Her crew were rescued by the settlers settlersOne settlerODe settlersOne
One sailor had his leg I broken Toiay TeNIa TeNIadlasters Todaytiisasters
disasters d dd make four within the past two twodays tw twdaP twoays
days d ays
daPPJUSO
PKISOW DOOSS OPXMXD OPJDfc1Xnver OPu OPuDenver
Denver Colo Sept 20 OA A special to tothe tothe tohe
the t he News from Victor Colo Cob says that th thu J t tA tA
A A Frye F assistant manager mana er of the tluMiners theMI theMiners
Miners MI union store st > re who was arrei arreetel arreetelnd > t > < l land
and a nd thrown in the military prison last lastnight lli lastnight t tDlcht
night by l y order of General Deral Chase wa wsele5d I IreJ
released reJ i this norning Mr Frye Fr7ethat Fryehat says saysthat
that t be was informed that his activity activityin bit bitin
in i n the cause of the strikers was the tlJ thereason e ereason
reason for his hi arrest arrestXore arrestore arrestMore
More ore Resignations HesignattansLondon 3esigDatiouLLondon ResignationsLondon
London Sept 20 ZOLord Lord Balfoor BaU ni niBurleigh 01Bur1e iiiBurleigh
Burleigh Bur1e h secretary of Scotland arcArthur aI aIArthur arc aidArthur
Arthur Ralph Douglass Done Elliott EIIIOt llot tea ADalclt ADal Anandel i
del secr secretary tary to the treasury haft r rslcne4 rand
signed and their resignation ignatlo have be bea beaaccepted > r raceeptfd
accepted by I the king Mr Elliott wu wt wtnot W5not
not in the cabinet cabinetThese cabinet1heae cabinetThese
These two resignations re make a total totalof tot al alof alof
of four vacant v8tAnt cabinet posts and Ote Olesecrtaryship otesecretaryship
secretaryship at Mr Balfours a ds dsposal d dposel a apnsal
posal poselp em emPASSED
PASSED p A CXTDH QtrL DAT DATOyster D DTOyster Y YOyster
Oyster Bay N T Sept MPresid Presidu < nt ntRoosevelt ntRoo8evelt atRoOsevelt
Roosevelt passed a quiet day at < a aHill are areHill r rHill
Hill with his guest President PresidentMurray lGIItO II IIKurray a aMurray
Murray Butler of Columbia university univei t y
Mrs Rooeavelt and the young you eatldr eldlctrn eldlctrnatteDCIed esudrnattended n nattended
attended services this morning mo at Christ ChristKpiscopal CbJsEpbKopal Cbr CbrEpiscopal
Episcopal church but the president 1101 1101Dr > > < 1 1Dr
Dr Butler remained at home M No lieltori vs vsItore S SItora
Itore were received at Sagamore Saga HUh d 4Ing r rhig rIng
Ing the day dayJAXS da dayAM
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ASS AM McCORD DYTJfft DYTJfftSt
St Joseph Mo Sept pt 20 ZOJames James th thCord i iCord iCord >
Cord principal owner of several wb wbi wbiIaJe io iosale I Isale
sale grocery lro houses hou in western cities < a l lthe id idthe <
the head of other business enterpriscV iu iubelieved i ibelifved isbelieved
believed to be fatally ill tonight from thp t hI hIff heeffects
effects ff eets of a rupture rupt re of a blood vessel Ye vesselwhich el elwhich
which occurred today while he was Ut lOtdrivln uUtdriving
driving He Is 73 years yea old and ha h he b hen hena en n na
a resident of St Joseph for half a cen Colntury century century ¬
tury
BOXING BOXINGNIGHT
NIGHT CLASS 8 OPENS OCT H 1 16 1680t 196Gt Weper
80t Gt per month Special rate to those thosestarting thosestartlnlr thosestarting
starting Monday Oct iSta Call and en enroll enroll enroll ¬
roll now nowEUGENE DOWEUGENE nowEUGENE
EUGENE THOMPSON THOMPSONNo
No M South Main MaiaTHE MainTHE
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GUNS GUNSWe
I We want all sportsmen sports mea to call calland c l1 l1and
I and examine our stock stockof of Guns Gunsand Gunsand
and Ammunition All our goods goodsare goodsare
are right and we w can save you youmoney youmoney
money CHRISTIE CH ANAKIN
331 South Main St

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