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Sysonby However Goes Down DovnIn
In Defeat DefeatSURPRISE Defeatic DefeatSURPRISE
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NewTack Aug 3 JiArul Artftrf a a brown browninty IJrOmlf brwiffly
inty f b Twed rod tap the Isle WiWam C CWJdtMr CWJdtMrn WhitM WhitMant
ant n fcftaztepr beada the colors of Herman K KDoryaai R RD Btodsy
D Doryaai today won the seventeenth re renew rene1fal renea ¬
ne1fal nea new of e the tb Futurity at t Sbeepehead Slteep be d Bay BayTradition E Efra BayTracmIi
Tradition fra ftI bred by James B Faggin and andruttnfng andI1l1mlllS aniTHnhIg
ruttnfng to 1 the aame 1IIi of Sidney Paget was waspcooad W341CCI wa wape
pcooad pe s w whale wn e Sjrsonby 5J from the stable o oTaRM6 oC oCT
TaRM6 T 1 R ft KMNv and bred ia BUrope rope fin fintabad finJ nflehed
tabad UUrd Hat Kenneys eatry 9try8ySOU 9try8ySOUy Sysoo Sysooy
y > y And d WIN VP Mint YlatWBS was farorhe IB tae taebetting tbebeWIIIg thebeg
betting at 33 to 1 28 but was not heavily heavilybacked JtevJbbeked 1eVU 1eVUbekd
backed In view of the short price prl < e The TheDaryea ThlDtlryO Th ThDryea
Daryea entry received the bulk of public publicwagers publicwasws publicwgern
wagers a ato I Jko A 5Ya4ition tlon atao was washeavily wasbeavtJy wasieftVIy
heavily played yetl at t tile good odds of 4 to 1 1for 1fer Ifer
fer jtitt tb ptee The time made was the thefastest thefat
fastest 1 fat stl o oa reoord r w r the stake over er the thef th thtqJl thetH
tqJl f H six fu jfodtags g the distance for the theSociety th thrae therac
rae liJ 19t 19tSooietv 1
Society Was There ThereA
A chlltt CId wtod wsrdum1 dwrincr the morning Fa gave gaveway avo avowy vo
way 7 afttir UM itoon hour he r to brigtot SUB SUBfthtHe supMme sunnblne
Mme and every lack of space hi n the thertoubfe4eet thermub1ecleeked the4oubledecked
rtoubfe4eet d grand nd stand was wa crowded crowdediW crowdedVDtrflen > d dVIJ
VIJ VDtrflen e O oftseIety J1d4tY came beck from th th11ICMII thnoinI
11ICMII noinI iW W sasMbre I1tbre to witaesw wttae th thPtru the theftnt theetrugjTh
Ptru etrugjTh Rl for < or the Futurity When the can candldafes eandklafesparaded ut utddafes
dklafesparaded ddafes paraoed palR 4 pas nest < the UeJT8n grand stand to totho totb6 tothe
the noeL ost the excitement was intense In Inth Intile Ii Iithe
th tile betttag tttag ring iin nit the th struggle of wooldbe wooldbeplayers vudbeayPrs u1dbe u1dbeJIayn
players ayPrs fead for a half hour preceding precedingthe
the bogie can been n terrific Men tram trampl tratnDied
1 pl Died i upon one another in a wild struggle struggleto st stto
to aocwe t1Ie t < ke best odds on their favor favorites favorIt avoc avocites ¬
ites It Mr Ksenes entry entt which had hadbacked hat10It hadopened
0It opened at 4 4 10 5 WIU S backed down until untilNot untilto
13 to t Wu the best price obtall1A obtall1ANot obtaluabi obtaluabiNot
Not jj fIet t deal nt money was required requiredhow requiredho requiredhowth
how ho howth vrr to fore f ree the price J rI because every everybookmaker eery1tookmakior everybooktnek
bookmaker r In th the ring Openly exnresseu exnresseuthe exoreneefithe ttet ttettm
the befief t that Sysonby would win in a agnltop aIep aieUop
gnltop Iep H He had defeated bin flaWs in pre previous prera preL ¬
L vious r ra ren c P so imor Imorpslv Imorenslvelv ssively < ly that ther therpeamel therePeemd thereemea >
peamel Jtttte Bt probability of hte b failing to tod toM todn
d M aa s again aat Artful rtIul from the Duryea Duryeaftabte Duryeaptable DuryeaMb1
ftabte Twd thirteen t1tfrt n pounds tin advan advano RdvanH adrantail
tail = o Mr 01 i eg not havIng won previously prevloU8IYWlt previouslyWttb
Wlt Wttb H Wdbtan JeBrawi to rIde her the Btrf BtrflccelY etr etrrece1ve < ifaX ifaXvv
lccelY vv r aa second choice the b bvlk ik of r the theslay th th1Ma thplay
Lined Up to Start StartA
A 1v pw w minutes after att r 4 the horses were wereHae WNelhtet wereHne
Hae lhtet up foe lOCUII er tk the etRrt Th T The course COU was wasalmost wassmost wasninieM
almost It s stxftteht 1 t ran DC f six s1 f furlongs and anddiroetly aadlrec aaldirectly
directly dlrec tow te p th t the stand StB and for that thatreason Utatlac thatreaOo
reason lac Iackd lack 4 mu mud Jh of the spectacular spectacularoffert lIIpeetacalarflffect spectwilareffect
effect of co coJltNitS t ta on the n main ain track trackTh ttackMwIrf trnckThe
Th The re V81 vas a 4e4R rtar tY at the Dost owing te tethe Iethe tothe
the size slzt of the field but after a few mo moment momtDtisstutM momeut ¬
ment mtDtisstutM siartar Fitzgerald FIt raJd lined the th lyelU lyelUoI 2yearol ye r roitts
oitts ol s top u and sent them tb m away Sysonby SysonbywHh SysonbYwith Syaonbwith
with RedfarnuB R RSdterU VII was oa his toes as the theTui thebarrl thebsrri
barrl r and got ot the rail Art Arti Artrul
i Tui K t t aw away v second and raced head and andh andheM andbeeti
h heM d with WIt th Syaonby X2IJlre for threeeigbtb8 elshtlt2l elshtlt2la of ofa ofa
a wife 0k Tanya 1a and Tradition were third tfcirfian thlrtlaDd thirdaM
an aM fourth and the oth other r twelve were werefett werebebl werebiaeed
fett biaeed 4e4 behind d them Redfer Re r TOeomwi TOeomwiy
t 10 bcoe v the T8 race < e Rt his mercy y b bet t the thefn thennIK theH1ituslsi1tet
nnIK H1ituslsi1tet t AtfU1 fut n rnver ver est t an inch inchIIIJWI Inchand
fn IIIJWI as th thjJ y raalpo red pest th the heltJRUe heltJRUe1JO beltmilepent
po pent t gsrconby b De began gan to t tire HlWehrauo HlWehrauoqutelc HndfflJrndqutek HIlddbranIquick
his advantage hepn betan beran1ipued1e tn tnna tohftAd
quick to teSIe s see >
na hftAd 1ipued1e dJH > the fleet t flUy fiU Inch by y inch inchhe tnrhtie inchie
he cmwted n up and as they dashed by bytho byt bythe
the t flveftirfeme ftveftirIeftgtOle l POSe lo h he ws lapping pJIDg Sy Sygonbys SyMIIIt7s SysolWs
gonbys saddla saddlaGreetao
MIIIt7sGreet9 Greeted With Shouts ShoutstowaM Shoutsgreat ShoutsA
A great sliut t1 rafl out as the A jacers jacerstoee I Itore
tore Iowa eWfl the brown stretch oCtbe dirt dirtt8wucl dirtInward
Inward the fiftiah and it was plain to tob tobe tobe
b be SR ee that the great SOB el Melton Meltonand Melt Melta1t Meitonad
who whon wbel1IM1 whobed
and Optimo iaw wea beaten Tanya
bed n Ml been runntns third gave way w to toTradfttoa to1nldftMD toTradftiSia
Tradfttoa aad Lyne on the hitter hitterworkod ltterworkd lter lterwodred
workod J ith a demon in the last seventy seventyvaa seventynmJc seventyvans
vans aw a1ltl mi soeeeerfod in catcMng Sysen Sysenhr SYSQRhrA Symrniw
hr hrA iw Artful + tful in that distance had gone goneaway gonea7 goneaWay
away 8t t t IIIV tvr i Jum jl1RQ vmp Paeei p Pasekig under tile thowire tilewire thewire
wire IIhe ne was five ftv lengths Ie b in front of ofTradition otTradition ofTradition
Tradition and nd the latter was a short shortha4 shorttroDt shortho
ha4 ho ht front of Sjwwnbr Tanya Wail waafour wasfour
four lengths leR away in the fourth i place place111I placewhila tec tecwbfle
wbfle 111I the others were w re strung out hoite hotte1e boeeIecobt
1e Iecobt 10661 b beaten VeaUnToday MatenTGdII7s beatenTodays
Today race white not as e rich by bymany byy bl blmsy
many y tlHMMands ds o of dollars as some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the nreeedtafc nreeed ones wan worth a total toUIof tolalof totalof
of W42S 54 divided as follows followsTo f
To the winner 1DDfrU8t S4UBO to the second secondJ4J17 second4Jl7
J4J17 t tn th the thirB 51 SUSS t S to th the nomi nomimuor 1IOmln onrelTthtor
n muor of U Qte e winner estate of William WilliamC
C WWta WMtasy 5X 1100 W to the nominator r of ofthe eUta ofthe
the second horse J B HaBgta > Sttsr Sttsrt l2Mnoadtor 119r 119rto
to t t ute e nontlnator of th the third horse horsesaw hOlHeSul1maIY hortieSunmary
Sun Sul1maIY mary o of the Day DayFirst DaylIrIt DayPlr5t
First race th the Inaugural steeplechase steeplechaseaboat ste steeplechaseahont p1eesasea
aboat a t two milee mllesCaU Caller r won won Bonfire Bonfireaocontf Bonfireox Bonfiresecond
second fox ox Bunter third Tlme4J8v Tlme4J8vMOAdTAce Tlme4intOe Time4OSeosnd7ac
MOAdTAce ntOe five and an onehalf ene 81 furlongs furlongsramjoter furien furienrinotc
Jr ramjoter TVO WeL GHpIn second Work Workman WorkmD Wor Wornan ¬
man third Time Tlmel 1melOT 1melOTThird 107 107Third i iTIaIrC
Third race the Fall handicap six fur furlongs rurloopHamburg furlongsHamburg ¬
longs loopHamburg Hamburg Belle e won Alan n a Dale DaleseoooC DaleCollector Daleseoeo
seoooC seoeo Collector Jessup third Time Time1US Time Time1l
1US 1l 4S 4SFourth 45FMtrUt 4S 4SFoUrth
Fourth race Futurity for 2yearoWs 2yearoWsSHXem YORr01dSStt yosroldsltL
SHXem ltL added dd d in gross value JM iID 9 six sixfurlonsa 3ixfwJoug sixfurIons
furlonsa 11 111 origbtal noml numinadonsArt numinadonsArtful nominations 8deDSArt 8deDSArtful Art Artful ¬
ful 114 HUdebrand S to 2 won by five fiveleagthe l1ve1e fivelengths
lengths 1e gth Tradition 117 n Lynn 12 I to 1 1second 1NJeOIId 1second
second by 1a a bead T ead Syaonby 117 Red Redfern lIedfete I
fern IS S to 20 third Ttml11 48 i Tanya TanyaCouopUman TanyaCou TanyaCouiflmei
CouopUman Cou Aril AzoUe Belle Strome Wild WildMfot WikJYblt Wildlhit
Mfot lhit G C orKI or r i > Hot Shot Ojrssau Jack JackI TackIAt SackLory
I IAt orj Woodeaw Chrysitis Bedouin and andRos aadRe andReo
Ros oC o Dawn finished in the order ordernaxne4 ordernam orderxiani
naxne4 nam d Artful Tanya and Rose of ofBawn 0 ofDaws
Bawn wr ibr iI e e4ud ttpdOfe su k th the Dttrya en entry en entry entry ¬ I
try Tradition tIKlltl n a aM d Woodaaw as the th Paget Pa Pagetefltr t
efltr Are Srsonoy STsonbFMM1 a nod d WAd Mint ffiit t as th th27eeno the the1t theeae 1
27eeno 1t eoe entry and Hot Shot and Coun Councilman Coonaa Counriman ¬
cilman aa as a the entry e tz of 0 John E Mad MaddJ Maiche
dJ che u f fFifth
Fifth race rafle mlleHICh Htgh chancellor won wonBlmplo WOnpI I
Blmplo Dim pI seoood Dekasar D ka ertbtnL third Time TimeIttft Time TimeStxtbrace
l Ittft IttftlSixU I
ltSbUtrace lSixU tSbUtrace Stxtbrace > raceBelHag selliag eJH mile and sixteenth sixteenthaj I
n aj t tIIrlorty rf Orly II won Blllott socond
Fiammtiia third Th Tinee14 Time 1 lK 4 4HADA 4i 44HAP
0 0ItIAQ
ThreeiMen Three hr rMen Men Badly Badlyflamaged Damaged Dam ge in inaiRestaurant inR inRestaurant
Restaurant R taurantRow Row in inOgden inOgden inOgden
Ogden OgdenCSpoetel OgdenSpe OgdenSpedal
CSpoetel to Li The HaraM HaraMSgdec BenIII9gdeG getawQgde
Sgdec 9gdeG AaglTJraer ec was a free freefojall fr frfqraJt frOefeaU
fojall flght ySteal7 y st cdajr afternoon aaaeonngersons aao aaollagersons Ku KuISigersons
ISigersons restaurant in the course courseo courseoF
o o oF which three men were pretty badly badlyellrgg badlys1Wgg badlys1eggeI
ellrgg s1eggeI and lId all three landed In jail jailThe jailTbe jailThe
The tr trouble trOuhe uble began > with a man named namedftkfyfe naznd4lrJi
4lrJi ftkfyfe 4 and Other named SIcDevitt SIcDevitteating ifcDevlttb McDevlti4ting
eating b Dg1ntO into a row over a bucket of ofbeer orbfier ofbeer
beer STtoklne 1 vkt e was w getting very much muchthe muchthe muchthe
the b bett rot betar r of the fight whenanother whenanotherpj when another anotherpXtron other otherpJ4ro
pj pJ4ro ron of the place rushed out and andsummoned andSWtmQJed andsrnmonetl
summoned Offlcers Herrick and Fel Felte Felt FelWheRth Feltel
te t tel
teWhsai When WheRth they ey y arrived McDevitt had badlying had2J8n hadbom
bom baton 2J8n almost mOtmto hito Insensibility Insenslblltt1nu
ond nu lair waIy < lying on the floor covered co eovtredwith ed edWIth I Iwith
with blood One of the officers made madea
a remark that the place was like a aslaughter asIeng1t aslaughter
slaughter r house and Rgerson took tookthls tookthis i ithfaaiyierogatory
this thfaaiyierogatory ai9erQpa as jtmgatory to his oetahlishment oetahlishmentapdstale3 establlshmentand ontabllshmentand
apdstale3 and sttitt startel l a scrap p with ith the officers officerstt officersAfter I IAfter
After tt r aY a very ty lively scuffle he was put putout putouJ putout
out of condition UO and with theother theothertvsa the other othertwo
two t was W taken ken over to the station on onthe onthe onthe
the charge ot 0 resisting an officer He Heptifr Tileput I IR
put R t11JP tip 26 5 for his appearance in court courtMflidayrnornlng courtwda courtITopday
Mflidayrnornlng ITopday wda imorning mornln The charge against againstth againstt1i j jthet
thet th other two Is disturbing the peace peacetf peaceJ
tf 1 o oBroke
J Broke Jrr k Worlds Becord Becordcclncsday Becordlhicatn 1 1tca
lhicatn tca J Aug rJerom Eo F EUss and andhUtW andATthur
ATthur hUtW IV SChlat Wh who left CI Chicago Ioego last lastR last lastcdneiday
cclncsday cSd for Ke N lork ork City in th thobili hr hrof h lr lrntTombl
ntTombl ml1 cSdftl obili ftl with th o > view Iwt Iwtorfq orfq to iqwoirre brjBakfag Ii
R woirre of sentyajx e hiinj fO fOt C CdlIi4a
t dlIi4a Jot ve e ce0zppLItUI to thJtnsk thJtnskrh9 aSk aSkriA
riA rh9 t1 two n mn YA reachd chnW1 evt iok Vlty ty at at34ba t
3 34ba ttpttbt1a3 mtnda c coveting ve ng thems thedBtaiice thedBtaiiceThtil2nd e 18 18r I
r Thtil2nd J1 i1 m mlnules tt s st sfI
l o 2 iJ iii
fI i f J
Balk on Bad Decisions D cisiOriS of Um Umpire UrnpHe Umpire
pire pireJOSE pHetOSE pireLOSE
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1nj BUTE BUTESpoetal
1 1CSttoGlal
CSttoGlal elal to teThe The Herald Ier 1
Butte Mont AMI S tTmIre Um ro Davis DB vis
favored 7 tH the Miners MllMlrStOilfJS tddaf td lnfi 1n liv aeroral aeroraludghty erai
n udghty igbty clue cIase decisions dedsl ns and iiid the aiders aiders1
w were re so o much c chagrined 81rme thSf tbo f rLusog fus t tO
1 2f play ball JIt the tJ e8ttk fifth inntag with th ilte tle > re ie 0 ¬
suit that the Mfeeis plied ap five nV runs in litn
that inate inate0m n a1l4l ai got such a I had d tqt thw th
FAsers CO c ftt lead iesd diem th off ev even J after
they y a t ever tho thoell thOir ell belt sad tocf tiocided w to
l1y again They bCl have no re resitoil lio how
ever to nD fine t4 fnWt t wJb 101 one or t two wQ d do
ctsfOIl8 ORe or them JtJ tb the third and su tJl tIC
< ther In the fifjj 1ft Ylen the last melt
tFlOned tinned Ideciion went 1La1nst the Ehlers ICi4er
POt3th8 OJ81the began tG ic toss I ball aItd the
1IBe bit at wn Ud Vent the circuit
kur 0m Umn xnen s before any effort was ma m mad to
stop fh uig ln < At t the end of the hTnin InnlnDa Inning Bail aa aawas
CJ tk called the Elders together an and they
Iteki a little Indignation meeUug bU It
was finally deciaed to let the umplr umpirfelive h
and nd go 0 on playing ball They scored four
more run runs but the game ended 7 to 6 in inThe
favor o of Butte lIuJlerftguredfn Jn a petty
and siceessful S8ful play In Inthr tIi fourth Inning
Huber WItS on first and BUr 5 Oft 5e lMJ
when Spencer sent 8 easy sy fly to tulfer
The Th e latter orpooed drOJV t th t the ball purposely ef1
but quickly picked it an and Threw f1Irj ihrw W ffi ffiAer U
BrlQette at SeaJfHU is time to Catch a h iiibef ubef
and tag Burn B Both tJI had 4Ib hoSe e foo foolbd d by
Aer thE dropJeI ° JJp ball and w1 started for fo thirtC t lrtt
A doubleheader will fll be played > Sunlay SUn1l Smilay y
The Thescore I I score Q < AlO
Butte ButteBurn 0 0AB
d dAB
AB R ii EjO A B
M McIaIe < Hale Co c f 4 Jr 1 1 I
itunkie kle L B 3 IJtt 1 0 I 0
Shatferlb tTer 1 b 4 1 3 0 1
aJtdeUll BaIidell r f 4 1 1 Q Q
Burn 3 b bfwnoelU 4 0 1 J Is b
fwnoelU c Co 4 1 1 1 i e 1
Haber B b i iSpencer tv8 e 1 1 f
Spencer I r rBowling 4 v 2
Bowling DewJ IowIiugp p 3 1 1 0 1 8
Hoea Boenp 4 0 l lT oo o oToteM
T oa Tit g gSalt 4 4sa1tIiake
Salt sa1tIiake Lake Eaket >
f MW M fi k M Mc
c t iYr 111 1 f 4 f j F 1 9iHaueeac
Haooen I Haueeac a c Co 5 B f I 1 i S sl i 1
Giraffe c Co f L 6 t t i s 5 f
Tczer r f S i 2 t 1 4Deimes V ff ffDeiraes I > 0
Deiraes 2 b I i i i
Bmyotte Brvyettess1 s So s 1 I S t m 2 Q
Fersythep Fwqtht ersythe p 4 k 1 1 1 1 t 1
BtntH I b 3 0 2 il ilTotals 1 3 3Totals 9 9Totals
Totals 31 3 5 6 l 12 51 f M s
Score b 8f inrtnga inrtngaButte InolngnButte
Butte t 2 e 5 6 vt 0 0 0t r r4t
taaJtLIte 4t t Lake 02 O 9 6 0 I S 6oti r rEarned
Earned runs rensstIlt rtneShitLake SaltLake Jke f First Firston 1 1on
on errors errorsButte Butte I Salt Laket Lake 3 Sierf Sierffce S Sacriflee e efce
fce hltsMcHate Rankle Clark Cia rk Bfcuh B BStelen BbtltSte4e Fl
Stolon bases bRstSRunkle Runkle Burns BandcKa nande nandeTwobase 5j 4
Twobase hits hlLcnarCer Shaffer Speober r Bruy Bruyottc Br Byu Byuett
ottc ett tt Threebase hits hltsFw5ytbp Forsyfhe Left LeItl ea eabases n nbeseButte
bases bAsesButte Butte 7 Salt Lake 7 D D DcAibie DcAibieplaysMuller < iMe iMepteys btektysYuller
pteys ktysYuller Muller to Bmyette Br yette Huber Ut UtRktIe U URtMkl ieRunkle
RtMkl to Shatter Bases dn cm cmForsythe n bkHsrGM bkHsrGMPorsythe W QU QUForsythe
Forsythe 3 3 Struck opt oJatB By Dewling 7 7lv iForsythf
lv l Forsythe 4 Hits HltsOrC Off Bowling M OCC OCCHoon o oaItoon t tHoon
Hoon 1 1 Wild nitdiTFQrsyjhe 1JItcb the Time fImp of ofKSiHie utJDel otgme13
KSiHie gme13 JDel 135 AlienoTance A1 1JMf ce 50 16 b Umpire UmpiroDwrta UmpireD 1 mplro mplroDayip
1 1BoIse
Boise Ida Aug urJTIf1 27 27TIrnoly TImeiy 1 hitting hittingwon hltUn bittingwon I
won the same ame today for Boise BoiseThere B BoiseThere lsOo1
There were two homo runs by bythe b bthe bthe
the homo team teamone one Vy Wearer and the theother thoother theother
other by Marshall In the first inning In Inai l
Weaver first at bat Japded on the tJfesecond Ut Utsecond thesecond
second ball pitched and made m d l the roundon round roundon
on th lie hit Thompson on was hit quite free ¬
ly by the visitors v tora tut they were not notaWe notaWe notable
aWe to connect them up in winning form
B BoIse BoleeSpokane f JJ 8 2
Spokane 4 jg e 1 1atterIeuTbompsoa
Batteries liatterlesThomJ5 Thompson It and Weaver Har Harmon Harmon lIarmon ¬
mon and Stanley StanleyFACTS StaRleTFACTS StanleiFACTS
Manager M g r Shepard of the Elders left t
for Butte last evening ev evu where Wu rci he MB MBone MeIJOIIe isisgone
gone one to t Job jol the team JR Mr IrS Shepard epard la latenvs Jatelllls intools
tenvs to wfw follow the team t m around e the cir cfrc crrewlt circait
c ewlt it on this trip tripSeokane trIpSpokaDe tripSeokase
Seokane has < soot Cor 4KH8iR4Jei HaiR Hein4Delsdl Beisol
President nt Williams wants Beiscl for gen general generaJ gencml ¬
eral utility man At A < < tJt tis tfcek pr pregeilt pra6 t Smo time
Deteel Is playtng wit wftl lIjt th the Northern nth rn
leagno J and Secretary Farrell has crdered
him W b report to the Indians In who have havea haveaclalmonhlm
a aclalmonhlm aclalmonhlmBridget claim clai OB R him himBridget hi a aBridtet
Bridget Donah Donahuelanow Donahue is now with ins th Phila Philadelphia Pbnadelphla Philadelp4jia ¬
delphia National league team wher > Ie h hwas hwas ho howns
was sold by St St Louis BotmhHp h does not notseem n nothoem t tSeem
Seem seem to be making m klng good g baeKthere and andnow aadDOW andnow
now Seattle is afterhim atter him The SUvashes SUvasheshave Stwasheshave
have made Philadelphia a agDOti good oo i offer etC for forBooahue forDoDabue forDonahue
Booahue and it may be b accepted acceptedBtitte acceItednUe acceptedButte
Butte has a new second d baseman named
Huber who has as taken the pla place of Piggy
Ward Ward having b Woen en givtn gt n his re r rJN8e ¬
lease to go o back to his old home be in Penn PenJ1aylYanIa Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Huber is more th tun n making nskinggood
good and nd the Butte papers say he e is the thefln theflad thefind
find fln of the year He H fe reporteJ rpert J ttsjHy as asing
Inga 1ngo fasterrae ter m and beiag bbJn a Wuer b terhFt terhFttee hit hftter hitbr
tee than Ward which is saying tna a ge4d ge4df g gjd gjddeal d dd
f deal dealJnst d dealJust t tJut
Jut what ManagerVllmot Ma B 1Jmot is istrylng trying to todo todo o odoindipmiqg
do doindipmiqg Ind indisDQpiilK DQlJtqg 9f v f soma ma of his hHIb best t players playerswould p18 playerSwould S Swould
would be intervstlns jnten = sdn to local l fans Re Reports ne neports Beports ¬
ports from SmoketowH are to the effefct effefctthat efCe1tthat effeltthat
that both Laity LaN and Swtnoelte have been beenbest bejmsold beensold
sold These men are not only two or the thebest thebest
best oa the Butte team but two of the tftebeat t tbe thebeet
beat in the league and so far fa Wfimot has hasmade h hAsmade s smade
made no effort to replace then Here is isaa isaa I
aa elegant chance for Pr Pr1Md President > a denl nt Lucas to toret loet toget
get ret et busy bits and stop top Bnti Butte tromCfsposllJS from disposing disposingof j
of its best players as per authority autOOrt glvon glvonMm glvORJItm glvoabm
Mm by Secretary Farrell a a an Oetrt rt time timegf timeS timeTaek timeagd
agd agdJack gf gfJack S
Jack Huston the theersfiwhlie erstwhile umpire i Pr Prthe r rtbe rthe
the Pacific Coast oest leagVe 1 1 qnI1ed pntl AI d more moremoney moremoDO moremono
money for the orgttnlMtfoii dUring tile tileterm tllipterm8C thetermef
term term8C of Ms ennloym eaploymfNIt nt than ail 0 tk h other otherampirea otheramplres otherumpires
umpires combined have collected fJneC ed says saysthe SK saysthe s sthe
the S Se Seattle attl ttM times Virile hp was as working workl worklJa
In th the north Hustoncollects the tb sum Of ot3MBi Ofthf OfflIt
flIt th the amount of ffii Neon s fbipo i furposed e < i by h hui pi piupon
1Ipu upon Hnrulj rub players Y I1J is it any wekl weklwwnder gr grwunder l1
wwnder that the Meters sighed eat sighs sighsof slghsot
of relief when th tblt news of Hustons H Ptons Ptonsease re reI release
I ease aae wan w wired northana uorth no oMit Jack JackMcCarthy laekMcCarthy ek ekM
McCarthy M CarUI started II imposing ImpoSl g fines when e ebroke no nobroke hebroke
broke into mritage N tIllS last time but butafter butaft hutaftPr
after aft r he bet subtracted ff5 fr tllm n Parfce ParfceWlteons PIlrkeVUfOnspelsonal ParJeVl1eons
Wlteons VUfOnspelsonal personal salary M tu checkand c check k and mdlNt mdlNta p put puta t ta
a crimp in the purses of one or ti tw n f other otherplayers outerplayers erplayelS
players they he became me good children ap appredating appredfUftg p ppreclatiuk
predating thai tht f discretion was the kc better betterpart betnrJMlrt heftSpart
part of valor valorNATIONAL valorNATIONAL j jUATIONAI
Pittsbunr Aug 27 1Jordan Jordan tied U the tnescore thescore thescore
score in the third witi wUtsa a threebagger threebaggerandjj t threebaggeand reebagSerand
andjj and from thai time UmutR umepetlrthe at IT the end the 4hegamo th thpmb thega
pmb ga gamo was stubbornty fought fo gllt McOormlck McOormlckwoa
won it with a threebagger forwarded forwardedby
by Phelps long drive to left Attend Attendance Attcnda Attendance ¬
ance a ce 4360 4 Score
K H E EItt EPltts B1ttanirg
Pltts urg Itt Hirg 6 1 1Brooklyn 12 3 3llrookiga t
Brooklyn b K 11 6 6Batteries GBatterlesFlaberty
= Batteries BatterlesFlaberty Flaherty Fi ii rt7 and i Phelps iiei Jones JonesTwobase Jonesas4Beren one
a a1iitsStrang as4Beren Twobase = Hits 1iitsStrang Strang Gesslor G ssI6r Three Threebase Threebase Threebase
base Hits HltJiteCorntlckJordan HitsMcCormIck MeCormlck Jordan Bases on onKalis onliensOff
Kalis naUsOtf OK Flaherty 2 off Jones 4 4Struck 4 4S 4Struck
Struck S k Out O OutBy tBy By Flaherty 4 by Jones Ton s t tChicago tJ etmDlreBmsIIe >
tmDlreBmsIIe tmDlreBmsIIeChicaco lreBriultc lreBriultcChicago
Chicago Aug a PhilsdelpMa 71hlladelphtt placed placedtheir placedtheIr placedtheir
their bits to tOJl advantage afBe and knlensily easily won wonTha WonT1tQ wonThe
The locals had mea OO bases in every everyinning everyInnlnb everyInning
inning butFrazer but Frazet held them tfi themdown In down own at atcritical atCxtUcal atcrIUCILI
critical CxtUcal times t1 A tendanao 6 65tiJ W Score Seorevfr Scorecnidar ScoreCithiaace
H HT B Bes
vfr f
cnidar cnidart Cithiaace t + i t 2 2d 2 2PM1dTIhla
PM1dTIhla d ijB i U a o v s t tesLundgren 4BauWIeaLundgren
BauWIeaLundgren lE es esLundgren Lundgren and andBrt Briggs Prn Frazor FrazorSu l razor razorand or oraD
aD and Thoiii Su SuTwp f fbasc
Twp rwobasc base HitsrDonaauc bU Dooin D in tl aca < Si
I J iff v ff i iJ Nb Mire W WbrMs rhfs tQ tpConquer to Conquer r ii r
t v <
I t L L Lsal
son O Lueh Ush Home R ltnitDooin lion Dooln Struck StruckOut Sbuck SbuckOu StruckOutBr
Out Ou OutBr = By B Brings B 2 kr Bfemzer er J Bases Basesen B Basescit sUl sUlOft
en Balls BaJlsOrI Off Brings Z off Frazor 6 6Umpire 6 61ptreKe 6tntpireKeny
Umpire 1ptreKe tntpireKeny tntpireKenyCinclanail Kennedy KennedyCincinnati s sClocInna
Cincinnati Aug 2Z 7lUtf LPlttngers Pit BMS8 wild wlldj wildness wildnea
j ness and Bostons stos inability to toldt lt Jilt Harper Harpercaused Harpercaused Harpercaused
caused Bostons defeat today Attend Attendance Atte1dance Attnpdance ¬
ance 3SM W ScoreCincinnati ScoreCtnchmatt Score ScorerCineisnati
Cincinnati JXT 5 1 P > iBoston Q
Boston BostonBatterlesIfarper 1 3 311 311BattetieDarper J 1 1Batteries
Batteries BattetieDarper Harper and PiStz lt P Prttlnger Prttlngerand r rand
and Marshall MarshallSt xrshaILSt i iSt
St Loufe L Aug tIt 21 few York took the theopening theopenIng tJieopening
opening game of this series from st stonly StLouis
Louis this aftern09t1 afterno id In easy fashion 9 9to 9to
to 3 3 St Louis only runs were made
in the opening Inning After that
Mathewson hew St I Ihouls oviis safe At ¬
tendance 7 T03 Qa Score ScoreT
SL StLouis StLouisNwYork T Louis wulsW 3 4
NOTF NwYork W York a It 2
Batteries BattmJesTqrlor Taylor and Grady Mathew MatfacwEOH lIathcSon Mathewson
Son ana nd 11 Bowcrman BowcrmanWESTERN BowcnnanWESTERN BowcrranWEsTEBN
Denver An Aug St fiBut But one game wasp wasplayed was waspteyod
played p today to < 1ay St Joseph J05 Dh lost becwiso b ciso or ofpoor orJ orpoet
poor fielding and inaMHty i to hit Kenna
Score SC I
R n p1IE H E E
Denver 3 it 2 2St n nSt
St Joseph J j jBatteries i 3 3BatteriOS aBttericsKjjnna
Batteries BttericsKjjnna Kbnna nna and Lenin Clark and
G Gcnin GcninCoIo GarvinCo1oraio rvln rvlnColorado
Colorado CoIo Jo Springs Sprtn Anjr 27 7C 27Colora Colorado lorB1o lo
SprJn Spring wen the first game from SfoUx
City today by better allround playing
None of their seven runs however wore woreearned woroearned woreearned
earned In the second game the visitors
turned the tables and won without an aneffort ineffort uneffort
effort Scores ScoresFirst SeoresFirst ScoresFirst
First came ame B It H H E
Colorado Springs 7 9 i 1
Sioux City t S 6
BatteriesMcNeelsy BatterlesMeNeel and Baerwalfl
Jnrrott and Leslie LeslieSecond LeslieSecond LeslieSecond
Second game ga me K Hi E B
Colorado Co o Springs Spri gs 4 4 4
Sioux Qty eft 6 u 10 2 o oBatUeriesTorroy
BatUeriesTorroy and Mesoltt Kostal KostalOmaha KostalOmaha
1A tfeOmaka
Omaha Aig A ST 41IIu me Omabas continued
their winning streak stre k hr It taking another anotherSmlJrS anothqrtime anothername
SmlJrS time frf rtn m JS D Me 1 Melne The Th locals
bunched their lifts tit better 1Jet than tha the via vtsd vtsdI ¬
itors I tors Thomas and Mornaoa made home homercae homert5 homerum
rum Sqere ScoreOmaha
22 IT fe
Omaha Om R W 1
Des Moines oIues 7 11 1 1Batteries 1Batte 1BatterteBrowa
Batteries Batte BatterteBrowa Brown and Goading Ge df Morri Morrison MOrria Mornson ¬
son a and > TownPACIFIC Town IowneAottc owne owneP
Seattle Aug 2 iNy Br bunchfn bunching nc hl s hit hits In Inthat Inthe
the first to hMI Intelts STcettie tte sit t a lead
that Los Angeles Aft ela cooid not t oiiHe QUite over overcome overcome
come It was as a bardfought game Los JAso1ee
An o1ee lea oatbatted eutbattedseattle Seattle eattJe but t hits were werescattered wereseat werescattered
scattered seat d Star StarSeattle < 21
Seattle Js i S SLos r rLos 1 1Los
Los Angeles Ang 4 13 2
BaUerfesC Batterf Hall ad d Wilson Ms R Gray Gra and
Spies Umpires Brown and MDonald McDonaldSan MDonaldtaft MDonaldSan
San Francisco co Awg AII XI 1Tho The Tacoma Taeoraaplayers Tacomaers
players ers encountered a demoralising pc period PCnioti ¬
riod Inf th Ute fifth today when ben hits and anderrors antierrors nd ndrrora
errors entered into a combination that thatnrodoced thatplOtJdeed thattroddeed
plOtJdeed nrodoced even runs fer the local team teamand I Irtad
and cost the visitors tins game Outside Outsideof
of the opening Ol ng inning Barber wag wa very er
effective Score SeifreTaAoma
Taeoma 4 7 jn 75an
San n Francisco 9 3 j 9 > 4
JJatteriasThomas and Hogan Barber Barbarand BarbtJraDd Barberand
and GordonPortland Gordon GordoPertJaDd GordonPortland
Portland Ore AUR 17 ZiPortla Portland d lost l Sl
the game today tocIa wjh wJ J1 Oakland by all allaround aUaroumi allaround
around poor playing Raymond at second secondalone seconda1ene secondnione
alone making makh four errors The sole re r ¬
p deeming nling fcRture featur from a local standpoint atandpolntwas ndpolnt ndpolntwas
was the tll playing of steelmaa Whose tw twsingles twsin twi twisingles >
singles sin and a double scqred the three threeraws threeru threeruns
runs ru made by tho heme team Attend Attendance AUcncIance Attendance
ance XSOO iIJOSeore Score
K R IT 11 E
Portland r s 6 G
Oakland S 11 iiBatteriAsRoach L
Batteries BatteriAsRoach Roach and Steolman Graham Grahamand Grah1maS Grahamand
and 11 Byrnes ByrnesUmpire BTrneeCmplreMcCarthY rues ruesUmpireMcCarthy
Umpire CmplreMcCarthY CmplreMcCarthYAMERICAN UmpireMcCarthyArttEBICAN McCarthy McCarthyAHEBICA2T
AMERICAN L3QAGITE L3QAGITEPhiladelphia UlAGUEPhflad LGUEPhfladelphto
Philadelphia Phflad lpbJa Aug AU 37 2iIn ln a teninning teninninggame tenInnInggame teninninggame
game toda todayihe the home a clUb won the last lastseries lastBerles lastserIes
series With Detroit Donovan weakened weakenedin d din
in the tenth Attendance 10100 Score ScoreR ScnrePo ScoreB
R H HE HEDetroIt E EDetroit EDetr81t
Detroit n 3 S SPhiladelphia 3 3Philadephla 3Philadelphia
Philadelphia 4 11 10Batterfea 1 1BattmelDonOvan 1BatterfesDonovan
Batterfea BattmelDonOvan Donovan and BeviHe Plank Plankand Plankaid
and d Powers PotversVt Po Powerse ers erst erss1 I
Vt t s1 St Louli LJ Lou1 Au Atig Jlr ST 2TPtt at it Louis L u wont wontigames won t tire tiregames o or >
games r am l It9 Ifpmgl U miJSt kBm > i iTllt G icc tSAaf 1I t odgy ll Both BothOrtn BothOrt
Ortn Ort anpiaywST 1naB nndB9t w TvSybaFsBaTSbl aer tFb3nN batttl 1ft1t oftbe oftbel Othfbox of the thelox
l box > oz in the first game me Haddcns addtn a two
bagger a C won on flte e8eelli aeeoBd eroa germ gbte fffr the vis viztors ¬
itors tors Attendance i 2i5 k Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst c cFirst
First Games Garnei Gani R I H E
St Louis 7 10 i 1
New York Y YorkBatterleaIlyn rk Vj 2 y z
Batteries BattcricsHyneF Hync 0 Pity P t3 and Susden S den
Drib Griffith and KMnow KMnowSecond KlelnowSecond KielnowSecond
Second Game K R H E BNcn
SU LoOP i 4 6 V
New Ne York ork S II 11attercsSift 1 2 2bro
BatterlCSSYIho tf 1tItdO od OCenner C nr Ches
bro brq and ilcGulrc McGdfrc1VashfnStQI1 McGtiireWashington n nWashington
Washington 1VashfnStQI1 j jtendance NII SDomthup aDd
Hughes hed a pitchers battle toda tOday At I
tendance tcn ance ZOO tOO Score Scorer I
Washington r L 1 e 4 o
Cleveland i 6 0
Batteries BattcrfesRuh Hughes ami az KUtrcdge Deno Denofhue I
fhue hue and Bonus EcmfeBoston BcmleBoston BonusBoston
Boston AUK Au STlH tho presence of the
IJ largest est crowd overa O ever or senibled M at z ball ballgame ballpma ballgame
game in this city Boston defoated Chi Chicago Ciiicago ¬
cago today tod v 2 to 1 After tho first In InnlOK ian Inn1m
nlOK n lJ Upi game me WI W VM a pitchers battlo in inwhich iiiwhich I
which Owen excelled cxc lk4l Attendance 20300
Score Sro >
R RU H EL B BBoston
Boston n n 2 2tihfcago 7 0 0Uhfc ohiirngo
tihfcago Uhfc go n 1 1BatteriesJ 7 0
BatteriesJ Tansehill and Criger CrigerOwen CrigerOwen CrigerOwen
Owen and Sullivan Sullivanj SullivanAMEBICAN ullJva ullJvaRICAN
At Kansas mss City CityI CityKansas Kansas anas City 4 To
Jedo 3 3At 3At
At t MllwaukceMllwaijkeci Milwaukee Milwaukee UkQe 12 Indian Indlaaa IndianapoJ Iridlartapolis
a apoJ polls apolisAt 5 5At 5 5At
At ilinneapoMs Minneapohls311nnespoifs MInn Mln 8P9ns flpolfs 3 Louis Louisville LouIsyule ¬
yule llJo 10 10At 10At O OAt
At SL SLPa St PaulSt lSt Pawl S Columbus 1 1STAJTODTG 1 1ST 1STANDING
I Ilacifie
Pacific National league leaguePteyed L LeaguePlOynd gue guePJ
= Pteyed PJ Yed Won WoRLOfi Loot P C Ci c
Qf i 11 e 9t 46 iss issiS
SP SpokaTieics C 1 iS W 47 4 557 r
ButJo 3 tfo MX 3 3L K j 4 4Ii
Salt Stilt Lakp Lak n IM 4 II m mNational mational iizNational
National League Lea LeaguePlayed e ePlay i iFlayed
Flayed Play d Won Lest P C Cw i
NOw w York YorkliA n111 U 7S K 789 789Cbicago 3WClncfinati
Cbicago uut lit 0S 44 ew
CJncrnnati 112 C 47 4 JPJ ii iiPIttsluri J i
PIttsburc Pltts1mrg c OW t 4i 4 512 l lSt
St 91 Louis uun uunB9ctrli H2 H2Bo iir iirBopdn
Bo B9ctrli tiTn n llfi 44 44Brookikai 1 4 4i3cook11iI
Brookikai aJr i3cook11iI okt t 1K iv te tePhiladelphia ITt 13nJ 316 3WPhlladelphfa
Philadelphia Phllad Jphfa uo 12 11 CAmerican C O SG SGAmerican 2i6American
American league L LeaguePlayisi gue gue111a1 j jNcw
111a1 Playisi od ien en LtSP Lrct P c C Ccw
Ncw cw W York 1 1dstort 2 I 4 4 4B0ton 91
dstort ° os on h j jChicago tL J1i I 4 6116 6116OhiJ13d 6tiPtiitttd4lphlti
Ptiitttd4lphlti OhiJ13d IPhltt 111 1 4 51 51ctcIland 617C1
ctcIland C1 Iland 101 i 1 i J46 J46ChnllJO 6 6si
Chicago 1H 1HDetroit 64 4D o ill illDetr sTiDroft
Detroit Detr ft H7 H7SL 7 f1 i t tSt 411 411Sf
SL BoiHs ToIsPashtngtoit17 m mtWashlngtoh G 41 41Washingto
tWashlngtoh Washingto Pashtngtoit17 t M7 M7Western I Sf 8C r rWestern ZN ZNWestern
Western League LeaguePlayed LeaguePJa LeaguePlaysil
Played PJa eft W WDenver Won Lest P 1 C CDencr CDenver
Denver 112 mablbrado I 6 P 31lol9rudo 617 617J
ablbrado J wrado Springs 1 It Ief 6 St 6 il iIWi iIWiQmllha 4 4Des K5 K5Onsftha
Onsftha 115 11 62 53 533 533DCS 531Ics
Ics Moines US USSt M S 57 7 rot rott 501St
St t Joseph JO pJJ Ill IllSIQUX 1 4 4SIQux 406 406ZIqux
SIQUX City Clt JOS JOSMAKE 3 3 76 10 30 30cr
Balloons Js B IIoOI1s in a Race East Stdl StdlWest i1West SrilWest
West WestSU WestSt
> 1 SU Louis Aug 27 2 2LV1th Ith tb hardly a acloud aloud adloud
cloud In the sky sk George Tsmlinson of ofSyracuse ofSnllcuse ofSyracuse
Syracuse N Y and Professor Carl CarlMeyers CarlMeyers CarlMeyers
Meyers of Frankfort Fi nkfort N Y the con contestants contestants contestants ¬
testants for the 5000 prize offered otTuiedby otTuiedbythe by bythe bythe
the Louisiana Purchase exposition to tothe tothe tothe
the aeronaut who comes the nearer to toreaching torcachins toreaching
reaching the Washington monument at atWashington atWashington atWashington
Washington D C made successful successfulascensions successfulas successfulascensIons
as ascensions ensloJ1s today from the Plaza of New NewOrleans NewOiJeans NewOrleans
Orleans at 5 p p m The balloons gent gently gently gently ¬
ly inclined In Jlnf d Coward toward the west as they theyascended theyascended theyascended
ascended and then suddenly taking a aheavy aheayy aheavy
heavy current curr nt of air sweeping from the theeast theeast theeast
east they simultaneously headed from fromjvest fromest fromvest
jvest vest est at considerable speed The Vast Vastconcourse vastconcourse vast vastconcourse
concourse of spectators s which had hadcheered hadcheered hadcheered
cheered when the ascent began re returned r rturned returned ¬
turned the cheers when it was realized realizedthat reaIlzedtliat realizedthat
that the balloons were proceeding In Inexactly inencUy Inexactly
exactly the th opposite opp site direction from the thegoal thegoal thegoal
goal The balloons were visible for forthJrty fort1iJ forthirty
thirty t1iJ ty minutes and then disappeared disappearedfrom dIsappearedfrom disappearedfrom
from jviftw Jtl view v in the western r tem sky Both Bothivlth Bothte Bother
te er toeked C t d wa wLflprovIsioqs h 10 S sufficient sufficientflrtwo fflOlell fflOlell1rtwo
1rtwo dtfY Eahi li 1 balIionet alonr oarrl oarrlf oarried oarriedlth
f ivlth lth him carrierpigeons arrl arnIet r p geons which will wUlbtrtel willbc
1 bjr btrtel telea relcaitcd ai < d from frOrntIme time to time i
Redman Still Leads Among AmongAmateurs AmongAmateursVest AmongAmateursWest
Amateurs AmateursVest West Climb Climbing Climbing Climbing ¬
ing Towards Top TopFrank TopFrank TopFrank
Frank Hofmann jumped into second secondplace seeppJace secondplace
place in the professional 11 rof Slonal class during the thelast thelast
last week at the saucer track angl a is now nowleading DeWleadln6 newleading I
leading Hardy Downln Downing by b two points pointsAlthough p penisAlthough
Although standing second among am nl tim tholarge UJQlarge timlarge
large field of riders Hofmann has net notwon netwon netwon
won a first this season but in hi seconds secondsand secondsand secondsand
and third he leads the field Samueteons Samueteonsplace Samu Samuelsonsplace l ctns ctnspla
place pla at the lop of the ladder Ja dcr is now nowreadily bOWre nowreadily
readily re dlly conceded him bj b all The Red Redman n nm Redman ¬
man m n boys are still safe at the h haul t i of Ute tliecolumn Utecolumn thecolumn
column among the amateurs However H9w r
In West the California rider they th have havea
a dangerous dan crous rival as shown in the way
he is fast fastpreaUng pedaling Up the ladder
The standing of the riders to date is as asfollows asfollows
Professionals Professionals1st
let 2d 3d d 4th Pie
W E Samiielon unuelson3 23 3 1 1Frank 125 125Frank 1
Frank Hofmann 7 > 9 2 41 41George 4LGeorge 1George
George H Collett 3 6 S 4 41 41Hardy 41JIatdy I
Hardy Downing 3 6 I 49 49W 4 4WPaImer
t I IL
W WPaImer Palmer 2 5 1 2 2C i iL
C L HolHster 2 1 6 8 28 28Jf S8X 23N
Jf C C Hopper 1 4 4Saxon 3 5 SS SSSaxon 15Saxon
Saxon Williams 1 3 9 1 21 21J Z1TE 21S
J TE E Achorn w Y l 2 it itO 2 2O
O L Stevens 2 2 8 17 17J 17T 11S
J Chapman n 1 1 3 1 M MJ 18J 19S
J F Staxer Sta 1r 3 6 6J 6J 6S
J Burris 1 1 1J 1J 1JPGuna
J JPGuna P Gunn rr rrAmateurs 1 i 1 1Amateurs 1Amateurs
Amateurs AmateursCarl
list l id d 3d 4UtPls 4UtPlsNEW 4th Pls
Carl Redman u0 u0Ivor c J i S Z Sf >
Ivor Redman 3 3J5 7 I 2 II
J5 B B Heagrea 5 i i 1 a
IS s A Elswqod u 2 2Fred i 7 z
Fred Castro 7 7Fred i j S Ji
Fred FredGWest G West 5 5S of I JI
S H Wilcox M 2 2Harry 4 4Harz3 4l1ari
Harry l1ari Weiser Z ZJ 1 lji
J H Tate TateA 1 1 10 10A
A G Taylor T 1or 4 4T 1 1 X XT 5T
T D Morgan MorganJ u 1 I j
J B Smith SmithEugene 1 Z ZEugene aEugene
Eugene Holladay HolladayH of < n 1 1 1H 1J
J H Mills MillsCarl tllIs 1 1 1Carl iCarlWarr
Carl CarlWarr WalT 1 1 1NEW INEW
The International Athletic association associationwith associationwith I Iwith
with headquarters at Rouses Rou s Point New NewYork NewYork
York has offered Kid McCoy a match matchwith matchwith matchwith I
with Jack OBrien for the tb worlds middle middleweight middleclght middieweight ¬
weight clght championship Henry D Globe Globesecretary Gibbssecretary
secretary and treasurer of the organiza organization oraDtzatlon oranzalion ¬
lion writes rit McCoy IcCo that the club will give giveJIOOOO
JIOOOO or 75 per cent of the gate f1te receipts receiptsfor efpts jl
for a contest of twenty rounds or 5f ta taprinciples thprlnciplps the theprinciples
principles prefer a a fight to a finish tho thoarrangements thoarrangements thearrangements
arrangements can he made madeSays matirSays
Says Secretary Gibbs In his letter The Thefight Thefight Thefight I
fight will 111 be on Canadian tetrtorv and andOct andwill 1 1f
will f be in daylight rain or terrterL s shine lne before beforeOct Core
i iGibbs
Oct I IGlbbs 1Gibbs
Gibbs says further furth t that the club will willpost willPost 111 I
post 1 10009 forfeit and will require the thepugilists thepugilists thepugiiists
pugilists to put up 15000 011 each He stated statedthat statenthat i
that OBrien has already attached his hissignature hISsllfi hissignature
sllfi signature tuc to an agreement n eemcnt to box under underthe underthe I Ithe
the conditions named namedMcCoy namedMcCoy I
McCoy AreCO said I am willing to e meet meetOBrien m meetOBrien t
OBrien on the term mentioned I will willwant milwant withwant 1
want transportaton from Snn Frsncttco Frsncttcoto
to New York and 1500 300 training trnlnln expenses expensesWhen expensesWhen
When 1JIen I have received this I vein XJeMesl tele telegraph telPAJURph idegraph ¬
graph George Consldlnc Con Sldtne to tc post my for forfeit forfelt ¬
The TIl determination det rminnUon of Henry Jarrls rkrrls to toplay topIa toplay
play pIa Joe Corbett has created talk of the theCoast theCOl5t theCoast
Coast league Ila uc getting back Into the out outlaw outlaw outlaw ¬
law contingent There is a feeling that thatthis th thatthis t tthis
this league has not been bencfirted by re remaining re remaining toinainin ¬
maining inainin orthodox and it is argued 8 ued that thatmany Uuuman thatninny
many man advantages would accrue 8ccru4ilby by being I Ifcotloos
footloose footlooseIt fcotloosIt
It Is Insinuated that If Hams Is not al allowed hilowed ¬ i
lowed to play Corbett the qoasten qoast r may mayit maytb
> > < < it t th t bond and cut away by them themselves themsclve themselves ¬
selves Many Portland fans think Dug Dugwouiu DugWOtiu
wouiu a aso so reap toea tauy fAtUI benefits bin f1ts from froma
a breakawar breakawarUnless brenknwaUnless brenkawaUnless
Unless reasonable demands arcmet with withIt withit
It would not surprise sumrISImani anyone unyand to see S theCOa5t the theCoast theCoast I
Coast league cut loose l o f and settle back Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the outlaw state stateBall stntckllGame state3afllGaifle
Ball kllGame Game at t trtToday trtTodayt Port Today Todayfic To aYt aYttT
tT t rb3 fic C Blue Pnt it olnt l Pccfcotos Perle t os antlUie antlUietgtsecond nail Ute e econd TX TXVfcond
Vfcond tgtsecond cond baufry b battc trYboCb baseball n teams teamscros t lms ItIfl ItIflcoa 1 i icro
cros coa l hat latz > ats atPthei iLttheFort Fort Douglas Douglasgroun grounds S at a
2 oclock this aflerno6n f 7 t j jt
Public Was Dumped DUm ped on Friday FridayNightVFistic FridayNightsFistic j
NightsFistic Battte BattteJ BatUei T Ts TJEFF
i s
+ +
4 4Never
Never 6ver in the history of prize fighting fightingwas lgh lghwas
was there seen a weird elrd exhibition exhlbtt n put 1t tip tipy iipIt upby
It by y a man claiming to know the flrst fir t prin principles prinof pm pmdples ¬
ciples of the sport ss wasshown wac shown by Jack JackMvnroc TaekMwnrec JackMnree
Mvnroc against Jim Jeffries at San Sa Fran Francisco Fmnelseo Finndeco ¬
cisco Jest Friday night The oqteome oqteomesurprised NJte uJf5ZnCeurpnlsed t 1e 1eIurprlsed
surprised even Jeffries himself h1m el who re remarked 101D TOmarked ¬
marked 1D rkod after the fight All bat I can cansay Sansay ari arisajr
say is that I amgreatly am greatly surprised surprl ed at the thesneeay thea theapedy
sneeay a J victory victoryireli
Even ireli those th who knew kn w the Butte miner minerwould minerwould minerwould I
would be b an easy eas mark for the champion championexpect ohlampionexpected 1fampIOne
expect e expected pectMl to see Munroe make some som kind kindof kindor kLdof
of a Knowing According to press re reports reports no noports ¬
ports Monroe < dW not land a single blow blowon bloWon blowon
on the champion All the th < bravery at attributed attrf1luted attributed ¬ I
tributed to Munroe seemed to have left lefthtai kfthim Ct Ct1aIm
him when hen the gong sounded as his actions actionswere actionswere actionswere
were those at f a man who knew that he heeould heeould hecould
eould not fight and was In for a good goodsound good30und goodsound I
sound thrashing This Monroe nerved nervedhimself nervedbtmrelC nervedhimself I
himself up to take for the small end of the thepurse th thJIIrne thpurse
purse but he is forever a dead one onepuglllstically oQ oQJHI otiepugilisticaHy
puglllstically JHI 11I5tfca1lY and it is back to themines theminesunder thCmlnesupc1er theminesunder I
under an assumed name for the greatest greatestfalse greatestthise
false alarm the pugilistic world has ever everseen Ccreen everseen
seen seenMeanwhile Meanwhile the dear public which was wasled wasled wasled i
led to believe that the miner could fight fightis
is trying to land the blanlfe for to the be fiasco fiascoon
on some one The responsible persons personsare personSare
are one on or two sporting writars in Now NowYork NowYork Nowreek
York the snorting writers of San an Fran Franefewo Jranand FranciSco
ciSco and those who first sent nt but the thefalse thefalse
false fRI reports about t the miner from Butte ButtqMont ButteMont
Mont For the past two month the th thedope thedopeaept dope dopeent
3tJIt ent out frpm San Franclcco FraQ < bo has be beth tt of ofsuch ofsuch
such a misleading ml hRdlnb nature na ure that a great greatmany greatmany at atRlany
many fight f1 bt followers who ought ou ht to have haveIrnown have1ntown haveboown
Irnown better ttcr actually beganto b began 8n 10 believe believethat bt belIevethat > Hcve
that thattbe the miner could ficht Never has a aman anine
man ma been boosted by the FrIsco Butte Butteand 13utteADd Butteazid
and New York press pr s like Muaioe until untileven utitcten
even Jeffries himself was made to be believe be belleve ¬
lieve JI 8 he was going up against a Jnst a fighter nsrnterThe n fighterThe ht r rThe
The receipts however h weer show sb w that there therewere therewer therewere
were at least a f few Ow < w fight fans On n the thecoast thecoast
coast who could not be b < fooled bqt b t the tliomoney themoney
money mone takbn in at that wat wa far more than thanth thanth
th t fight deserved d erv d In the fupire > dope dopefrom dopefrom
from Frisco on fights will be taken with witha witha
a grain n of salt by those wno want facts factsJeffries factsrefnies
Jeffries Didnt Care For Fight TightChampion FightChamplonT FightChampion
Champion Jeffries howevershould however should not notbe notbe notbe
be blamed in any an way for the outcome outcomeof
of the fight Jeff did not want to fight fightXunroo frghtMonroe
Monroe and has h repeatedly lly < stated 5Ut td that thatthe thatthe
the miner ws nothing but a big dub dubWhile dublVhIie
While bile here iii Salt Lake Jeffries J tfrles declared declaredthat eclaredthat clared
that there were hundreds of middle middleweights middleweights
weights going around the th country coun co ntr who whocouki whocould
Quid defeat Munroe and that it would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be foolishness to make a match with him himThe himTho himThe
The only onl satisfaction Jeff got for telling tellingactual teIUngadual tellingactual I
actual facts was that people pe plc said hewaa hewaaafraid he hewasafraI9 wag wagafraid i
afraid They called Jeff a cur CD and and4Iultter a aquitter aqsitter
quitter until finally the big fellow was wasforced wasforced wasbreed
forced to meet Munroe In making tt1 king the thematch thematch thematch I
match however Jeff made m de one serious seriousmistake seriousmistake I
mistake mist kt and that is he should Iravestipu IravestipukUeU bttvesUpulated huvestipulated
lated that the winner take all Had Hadthis Hadthis 1ladthis
this been dose those who paid pi d their good goodi soodmone goodmoney
i money mone would ould not registered a kick know knowIn knowing
1 ing In the man responsible for the t e fiasco fiascodid fiascodid fiascodid
did not receive any remuneration reD1un raUon what whatever whatev whatever ¬
ever everi ev everJim
i evJim Jim Jeffries said aid while in this his city < Hy right rightafter rihlafter nI5htafter
after the affair in Butte thAt it was the theworst thiworst theworst
worst misrepresented account jf t a fight fightlever rightever fightever
lever ever sent throughout throu hout thp count counbyHe counbyHeAfd countiy > He HeS Hesaid
S said that if he ever er Munroe he would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make him retract the st statement tement that thatMunroe tba tbaJlunr thatMunrue
Munroe Jlunr had knocked him down on that thatoccasion thaIoCCQsidn thatoccasldn
occasion This and the general account accountof accountof
of the fight ff ht sent broadcast Jeffries de denounced do doflounced o oriounecd ¬
flounced in the bitterest kind of ofkrlns terms It Itwill Itwill Itwilt
will be remembered that Manrcfe was wasoffered wasoreered wasoffered
offered 100 1000 to get into intothe the ring with the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion and duplicate dt pllcat the triek but butthoee buttho butthose
those e back of Munroe had visions slono of a abjgger ab atugger
bjgger b r graft which was consummated in inFrisco InFrIsco liiFnisco
Frisco Friday night nightChampion nightChampion nightChamnion
Champion May Satire SatireChampion RefireChampIon RetireChampion
Champion Jeffries Jetfrleswill will probably now no re retire retire retire ¬
tire from the ring and carry the cham championship c ehampionship am amPI0118hlp ¬
pionship with him lie does not like theflghUng thefighting the thefighting
fighting game nor does he cars ca for the theplaudits theplaudits theplaudits
plaudits of the th < people J Jeff would rather rathertake tUwtake rathartake
take his gun Ufl and andr ar few frietidsrand spend spendhie spendbk spendhis
his time out in the country 1ntry than mix mixwith mixwith mI mIwith
with the crowds in the city This he will willprobably wltlprobably wiltprobably
probably do and others can fight fOr the thechampionship thechampionshiP thechampionship
championship but never Mumve again againHOUSEMAN atJlnROUSEMAN againROUSTAN
Thinks IMexican Mexican Ras Good Chance to toBeat toBeat toBeat
Beat Nelson NelsonLou NelsonL NelsonLea
Lou L I Houseman has the following to say sayon s sayon y yon
on the t e HerrcraNelson fight fightBattling fightBattling
Battling Nelson and Aurcllo Herrera Herrerahave Herreraheve Ieirdrahave
have been matched to meet in a twenty twentyround twent twentrotntd twentyround
round combat in the near fUture tutiireNelson 1 fUtureNelson tJt1 tJt1elson
Nelson elson by his defeat of EdIe Hanlon Hanlonhas Hanlonbas Hanlonha
has ha won golden opinions from the crit critics crltIc8 critlee ¬
ics at the Golden Gate And th the Chicago Chicagolad ChlcaROJad Chicagolad
lad was undoubtedly worthy of all the thepraise th thpraise tilepraise
praise bestowed upon him Ted Murphy Murphyful Murphysea IUrpbyhos
sea steered his protege In wl wise and skill skilltul k11ltnt
tnt fashion since he took charge qf q Nal Nalaons NallIOns Natsons
lIOns fortunes But In meeting Herrera HerreraNelson HerrcrNellOn HerreraNelson
Nelson will go up against an anun uncom uncomraonlv tiflCOUimonhr m mmonlv
raonlv dangerous proposition The local localboy localbo 1
boy 00 fights in wide open stylo > rushIng con continually continually continually ¬
tinually and willing to take three blows blowsia blowsID blowsl
ia l order to land one oneNow oneKow oneNow
Now be it remembered t < that Henera Heneracarries HemrerAcsrrlds j jcar
carries car s a punch as hard as r i mules mul kick kickta kickIn kickin
In his right glove and whenever It Itreaches Itmeerhes
reaches tile Jaw somebody somcbodJs is bound boundman botm l tu tuc1rup t tdrup l
c1rup Herrera fai1 failed d to defeat Rid Goo GoomaR GooThan
man because that wily youngster ou gster fought foughtclose foughtcioe I
close e blocked cleverly and an andalwAyz always nlwa man managed manaaed ¬
aged to slip his head inside ili lde of the he Mcxl Mexicans Mcxlcas McxlO ¬ I
cans O s formidable right jolt joltBui joltBN joltBtit
BN Bui With a fighter of Nelsons type typeHwrera t typeHemrera 11O 11OH
Hwrera H rera is more than likely Ukelyto to get his hisfavorite hisfwtonite I
favorite r punch ncu Into fine fiD working order orderat
at an early stage of the argument and amiif KntlI andif
if I he does why goodbye to Nelson Neisotfschampionship elsons s schampionship I Icbampionsh1p
championship aspirations aspirationsIf 1 1UMurphs
If Murphys protege can repress his hisyouthful hisyouthCul hisyouthful
youthful ardor a little littit and nd play a safe safeof safewaitlpg i iwaitills
waitills game ame he may tire out his sw swar swarthy t tthy
thy pttOnent and bring home the th l lnJ lpug lpugend
end nJ of th pur purCe Should h he So after afterHerrt atterHerrcra
Herrt Herrcra > ra In the reckless bulldO manlier manlierin
in which he assailed Hanlonhis hjanlen his ckR chances chancesof ces
of victory will be anything but rosy rosyL ro rosyL I IL
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Wri < M MinySurpriseS ny Surprises Result ResultBIG ResultBG
AH day Ions yestdy the different differentcourts dUferWtcourts differentcourts
courts In the city being b 4 lit the e tennis tenwtetournament t tennistournament n11is n11istournament
tournament for the state championship championshipwere
were Were krpt busy while tlio thea sfl f3IIe 0 lines were werethronged WeGthronged werethronged
thronged with speetat tpectatod ra watching tl tlprogress tM theprogress
progress of the play The first round of ofthe oCUte ofthe
the singles was brought to a close aa aaon and tuMlon andOn
on many an occasion OMiaIl the 1IIa plars tens and a nit play players playerr ¬
ers were toHdlr 1e dl che ehoosed beO rd by 1t their frioatis frioatiswhen r1iOlM15when triondwhen
when some difffevlt drr dr e or r brilliant bnU uIt re return re return meturn ¬
turn snatched sn ch i victory owl 0i4 of 0 d defeat ftpat Many Manyof
of the tl1 games between tae different eon aontcstants eoninstants
instants were replete repl t with brilliant vrt wwk wwkt wnrkand ric ricand
and t nd even c > n thos t os who have isa cl closely < d ssly ft A 8othe fhHvwed fhHvwedthe flow d dthe
the snort In this city were ere sorprtoed at atthe attbt atthe
the kind of play pla put ut up at tH these times timesOnce timesOnce
Once during lurln th the < > d da day v the raIn f fell U for forsi forIt
si few minutes but it help belpeaJacr 3 laere iavreaoe e th thspeed tho tbspeed >
speed on th the < pUyin prnuaiSk ptlU and feeler fe feelertnnif aMertennis r
tennis was the result The be crwwUs etII vtot vIMted vIMtedthe < 1 1the
the the different courts duri dur1nr the proerpn proerpnof r rof
of the games J mes to watch tire t dlfforeut 4Urer fa favorite fhvoritivi ¬
vorite who were scheduled sch daled to play pla7a11 pla7a11tha ail ailover allover
over the city cityMany cityMany
Many Surprises in Store StoreTho StoreThe
The surprises IlrlfI were > many m ny b bet t the Rob Roberts Iteberts ¬
erts and Salisbury boys co cOIfakJpr sWnred d d by bymany bymany y ymanT
many among amon the best players IB the tour tournament tournament ur urnam ¬
nament nam t all came nut victorious vlct rlous ngan nlnetthe against againstthe t tthe
the men drawn airatnst R alnst them themthe PioHApfi PioHApfibetwceti P1taptJln
the hardet tOntetfii set et of t 4r V Ivan Ivanbetween s setwef
between etwef > R Walker Salisbury and nd B 3C 3CfSnrrett Xnrfett MGnrrett
fSnrrett nrfett The first came > was won bv bvSalisbury bySallsb1Ty bcSalisbvry
Salisbury only O nJ after fter he had bean dticed dticedtwice ducMtwice or ortwlcf
twice b by Oarnett arnett the th final so score p bein being r I
9 to 7 Salisbury Sa1s ury bowever tot kfhe see second seeonff seeond ¬
ond game I me and st by a asenre > rore rp of e 6 to 4 4Blackburn 4Blackhum 4Blacklurn
Blackburn won annteusit annkt Vy dcfeeMoK dcfeeMoKGoorse dPeaUDtGoorJ dZeatlngGoorg
Goorse R Smith altho aitbotieb erh b l it ttO took k three threepames threeamcs threegames
games amcs to win the tb set B1adc Waekburu B ck urn rn played
a stead v sramc against bard tennis t put putup putup putup
up by b Smith SmithAnother SmithAnother SmithAnohe
Another surprise liJriseo was McLeoda ods vJcforr vJcforrover rict rv rvOer 31 31over
over D MePherson Bo Boyd > d It took tares taressmmes fllrQJRmes threegftrnes
smmes to decide thl thllt th p eel t Boyd Boy bow Jtowfver Mow Mowever t taver
ever played an excellent exceJ < nt came but t UK UKpace t tp thepace
pace p cc was too hard on account A OU oT recent ropsntsickness recentsickness et1t et1tdeknesf
sickness and an McLeods strung fla4rih won wontho IV IVth wonthe
the th Eat for him himTho himTh himThe
The Th set between C G E Walker and andDorsev ndDorsey gedDorsey
Dorsey Ash h was also o a close onc on oneWttikcr oneWttikcrhonnver Walker Walkerhowever W 1km 1kmhOWever
however finishing stronger stron and captur capturing a caizrba Pt11r Pt11rIn ¬
In ing the set
Yesterdays Winners WinnersThe
The results of the first rouads were as asfoIoTrs ast asfoiIona
foIoTrs foIoTrsV t foiIonaw 1Io
W 1IoW V Salisbury beat E JL Garnolt scare score
37 9 64 e4R 64it 64B
R it Badger Badt6r beat J T Goodwin a score scorel
l 61 61W 61tsr
W L McLood beat P MePhcrsoA MePhcrsoABoyd MuPbersgnBoyd MePherseaBoyd
Boyd s score or > 63 39t 3 81 B2 B2D 112B
D C Roberts bertGeorge Ritst score
63 61 61G 61G t
G R Smith heat W H Bia BIaQkltum BIaQkltumsrore Btaekbunnscore kurn kurnsoorc
score c6 < 6 62 75 75Dr 73Dr
Dr Plummer beat S So A A WlHCacy V1 K scare s gre
63 6 6 62 62T G 62a 2 2T
T G Griffin boat Bad Rltac R scpre srsc srsii
61 62 62O 62O
O H ii Gray beat t Lee Rlter r score W WCi 62H
Ci c v vH
H L Rnbert R bortf beat JL B BPothbroka BPothbrokascore P Pembroke Pembrokescore n 9ko 9koSc
score Sc < 62 6 64 S4W 64W 64W
W B Raymond beat b t Loo Chandler Chandlerscore 0000 Chandlerscore diGr diGrstOre
score 64 60 60y 60W f fIV
IV y Yale tale Henry beat Phil Ph1IBKxfer BBxteor scare
64 4 73 73G 7sG
64G G E Walker beatDsrsejr beat t b Dersey rsey Aafe scare
5 5 7 64 64 64James 61James 64James
James Salisbury beat W Hamphill Hamphillscore 1hmphUscore Rsinphitiscore
score 61 61 61W 51WK 91W
W WK K Conrad won wo1 over N Iw I ildllas ildllasters MOMastern eras erasters
ters by h default defaultF r rF J JF
F T F Roberts won over R It H Chaaalng ChaaalngJr Ch aDIn aDInj
Jr j bv b default dNR1jltB
B Frofspth won over George < W Top Toplift Top11ft ToplIft
lift bv b default dafaultScnedule deCaultc defaultschedule
schedule c edule For Second Sound SoundTTie 1toundThe BoundThe
The committee in charge of the teems tournament tetunament teemsmeat ¬
ment met last evening C nlns and sohedHle ee1ledtlledgames sohedviedgames < t tgames
games for tho first division n in to a scicowl scicowlrounds SlCOndrounds secomtrounds
rounds These players will meet today todayat
at the th following oUoW J1 places and time timeT UtneT UmeT
T H Griffin rs Y B W Raymond B Bstreet Bstrett TBstreet
street covrt 1030 a m mO m mO
O H Gray Grays vs B Froiseth Miller court court9am
9 9am 9amH a m mH mH
H L 1 Roberts Rob rts vs D C Jtoberts B Bstreet Bstroot TBStreet
street court 9 ai a m mGeonrc mGeore maGeorge
George WA iV V Smith vs G H Walker WalkerPirst WalkerThird WalkerThird
Third South SOutheotirt rt 1D a m inThit V VFirst
First Hound of Doubles DoublesThe DoublesThc DoubicsThe
The first division in the doubles will willalso VOlalso willalso
also begin today as follows followsLeo followsLeo followsLeo
Leo Chandler and D M Boyd BOJ vs s W I IMcLeod L LMcLeod LMeLeod
McLeod and B Froisoth MIller court
4 p m mJ mJ inS
J E Broaddus and George Rust va R Rtt RH ItIt
tt Channing Jr and J T Goodwin
1030 a m Miller court courtJames courtJames courtJames
James Salisbury and H I Roberts vs vsL VSL vsL
L L E E Biter and Dod Riter B street court
4 r t > m mTomorrow mTomorrov inTomorrow
Tomorrow the rest of the players In th thsincles t t5imlcs the theaincles
sincles will meet as follows followsW renewsv
W v 1 L McLeod vs W v It Jtc J Conrad rad Miller MillerJ MfHercourt Millercourt
court S p m mT
J Salisbury vs Willie Y Heary Hear B Bstreet Bstreet 5street
street court 12 1 m mDr mDr UiDr
Dr C G Plummer vs S W Salisbury B Bstreet Bstreet Bstreet
street c qourt < ourt 3 p m mMiss mMiss InldIas
Miss Everett the Victor VictorChicago VictorCbiea VictorChicago
Chicago Cbiea o Aug 27 21Mica Mi 1I88 s Frances Everett BTorottof 1 1of
of the Kxraoor Country dub today R won wonthe wenthe wonthe
the womens western elf eharapfcrnship eharapfcrnshipon
on flu the th Glenview Golf clubs eroands by bydefeatins bydtfeatin bsdefeating
defeating Miss Anna J Carpenter of ofweather orWtStmtrdHo ofWestwardHe t
WtStmtrdHo one pp p Otr the home green greenThe n nThe
The contest t was close and flAelt t79r t79rperformed r rperformed
performed like a fetQraD Veteran Ideal getting goUtnlwf gettingwtather
weather wf ther orevaiTed Miss Everetts Ee tts tanS Iflaggame tllafsame tanSgame
game was the best ever exhiwted exbUM UjT a awoman awoman awoman
woman over on the western cb chn chmflItioiititlp chmflItioiititlpcurse ntp Jti8riSk1p Jti8riSk1pcccrse ns q qcourse
course The SCOTCJ SCOTCJMiss sc seQeMiss ife ifeMiss <
Miss Frances Everett Exmoor E moorO Oat t 4 4nMI 41 41In 41ln49S
In ln49S nMI 11 Anna nna J r Carpenter WestwardHe WestwardHeOut WbstwardHeOut WestwardHetourney
Out 50 in 4B9 4B9The 9Tbe
The championship tourney was cO ceee111d ceee111ded el a aod
od with a mixed mlxedQrurs fiurs6me me with JUt s seventY setytarters seventYstarters eaty eatystarters
starters the new champion playing WIth wttawestern WIthV witawestern
western V tcrn champion H C Egan EganHORSEMEN Egan1Iii EganHORSEMENAREBUSY
Named N med Race For Labor l bor Day DayFilledEntries Q PyFilledEntries y yFilfed
FilledEntries Filfed Entries For Other OtherEvents OtherEvents OtherEvents
Events Coming In InBown litDown InDown
Down at Calders the horsemen are ar tensy tensypreparing 1msrp biBypreparing
preparing p for the t a meeting on Labor day dayManager daYManager dayManager
Manager Russell announces that all tao taoraces Utaraces theraces
races have not fined n od as yet but as tile thoentries tileentries theentries
entries are not closed yet h he thinks they theywill ueym theywill
will m be all right by Labor L day The Wg Wgevent Wgcent bigevent
event of the th day flowever the special specialnamed SPalnamed spe at atnamed
named trot and i pece ce is filled nl d and an in includes Includes ineludes ¬
cludes the best horses in Ut the city = AH Of Ofthese orthese ofthese
these entries have won first money during duringthe du duringthe la lathe
the summer and naturally u luraIJya a a g goOd od racers racerspxpected rac randiseypecte4l Is Ispccted
pxpected pccted The owners UC < rf wehon the e hOllf8 hOllf8Angle horseeAngie et etAngle
Angle Buryea Chester S Julia A Sarah SarahGreen SWahGreen SArahGreen
Green and Colt Storage have sch ich a a good goodopinion goodopInion goodopinion
opinion of them that a sld zlde4t side pet o oOrner of p pcorner 3 a acorner
corner has been wagered on the tOUt tOUtThe out outcome outcome
come comeThe t tThe
The other races are IttHag Ujv Up ajRShjr ajRShjrtbe RR api bY bYthe y ytoe
the end of the week weekthinks MaTSagoTbMpusaen MaTSagoTbMpusaenthinks M Tia O ll llthinks
thinks ho will be able to announce a5nOUt C6 C6fun tb tblull tha thafull
full prosramme prosrammeMprkham vrornmmeMp proramme3lprkham
Mprkham Mp am After Queenan QueenanSpecial QueenanSpccl QucenanSpecial
Special J to The Herald HoraldOgden HaraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden Aug 27 rzA A challenge w was as sent sentlast rentlast sentlast
last night from Ogden by Tommy Tornm Mark Markham I Markbarn rk rkham
ham to Perry Queenan at Pocatello PocatelloMarkhant Pocat4loMarkhanl I1o I1oMarkl1am
Markhant wishes to have an exhibition exhibitionfight exlblUonftjtht exblbtUoafight
fight with Queenan either at Ogden or orPocateUo orPocateJlo orPocatelio
PocateUo PocateUoSALT PocateJloI PocatelioSAIl
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